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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1910)
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Tumalo, Vtb. 6. The ground
mw bin shadow thit year but
me MRU win tan.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wooley made a
busiucs trip to Bend yesterday
Chat. L. Wittier went to row ell Duties
ycitenlay on business.
The game ami fish warden passed
through here one day tail week.
A social party wa enjoyed by a few
elected guests at the home o( A. 1
Ramsey last night.
A meeting o( the Farmers ami Mer
chants' Telephone Co, was held at Laid
law yesterday and tome important busi
ness was transacted in regard to cxten
sion of its line.
Considerable talk la beinc circulate)
in regartl to the new holding compAir
of the Columbia Southern Irrigating Co
doing some extensive work in this viciu
ity this summer. Two of the most im
portant features are the construction ol
ditches and a large storage reservoir.
A well attended dance nu given at
the cook house of the IHghtowcfSmitl
Co 'a old mill site at Tumalo I'ridaj
nigh), and a uiot enjoyable time wt
had. Music was furnished bv Chailrt
Swalley playing the mandolin, whicl
was excellent. A basket supper was sup
plied by the ladies attending the dance
coffee, cake and sandwiches bciug tin
A comical conversation has taken plac
between a republican and democrat
which was something like this regarding
Halley'a comet. The republican said
"If the tail of Halley'a comet is as Ionj:
as the race that llryaa has run for presi
dent it will surely touch the earth in
May, don't you thiuk?" Democrat
"Yes, but if there is as much hot air to
it as there was to Taft's campaign
speeches, and if it does touch the earth.
It will burn the whiskers oil tlie politi
cal parties on both sides of the fence aim
we will all have to shut up aud change
The reason that may be causing
you to wish to sell will likewise I
cause you to seek an early sale.
We have good outside connec
tions that will enable us to han
dle readily almost any good
nrnnn?timi. 1 .1st- vmir fnrm nr
town property with us,
Bend Investment Company
Next Door to Postofflce.
- . - -mil "iT ' 'I. r ii. Mi'""' ' ' '' ' I. ." i I ' -j
Keep the Rain Out
We can use more timber
in a syndicate now form
ing. Owners wishing to
sell are requested to call or
write us a description of
Use Mikado Rubber Rooting
The Kind that Contains No Tar.
The Best Roofing on the market, and you will not be
annoyed with the stench of tar about vottr home.
TI riko have a full supply of TARRED FELT, Roin
Sired Sheeting and D K A D E N I N G F 15 L T.
N. P. SMITH
Farm Lands Wanted
List your farm lands with u, a
the demand for this class of proper
ty is greater than the supply.
Will Make You Rich!
Will be glad to give full
particulars to anyone inter
ested in Retting one of
Uncle Sam's big farms
F RE El
men have bought and
IT.KASANT KIDGK, Veto. 7. TKOyoUUR
en have bought and put ui n tent ami
are living on the eighty
tit up a tent am
north c! the school hotie. We are idad
to have new ncighbora and will turcly
give tbcm a hearty welcome.
Mr. Morris of Redmond expects noon
to move onto the John Ii. Lamb place,
east of Mr. Landis' place.
Clint Woods writes from Oklahoma
that he will buy back his old ranch
there and live on it.
Ralph Sherwood and wife and son
Frances vtsited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. lit). Lockyear a few days ago,
Alex. Chaseris busy now-a-daya haul
ing pot is 10 Kcumouu.
W. R. Lawsou has moved to the I0I111
Mrs Karl Denton visited Thursday
and Friday at the home of Mrs. Green.
She had just received a very nice present
from Karl's mother of a set of silver
knives and forks and dessert spoons.
The Cornell Stage & Stable Co.
It's the mail line, the only direct
stage line from Shaniko to Silver
Lake, by the way of Prineville and
Bend. Stopover privileges and
tickets good until used.
Don Caldwell is hauling lumber to
Mr. Corbln left for Pocatcllo, Idaho,
Saturday etening where he expects to
meet his daughter, who will return with
Lee Caldwell hat moved up on his
homestead where he intends to build as
soon as he can sccuit the lumber from
Graver Caldwell has gone to the Vat.
ley on a liutiuesa trip.
J. N. Masten was down to Dend last
week, on business.
M. 1'. Hawthorne has all the timber
on the ground ready for a new bridtre at
Paulina creek, as soon as the weather
If you wish to have your ex
press and light freight come in
along with your letters aud daily
papers, have it come in on the mail
line. Tub Cornhtt Stack &
Staiilk Co. ajtf
The Bulletin's subscription list is
growing every week. H elp it to
LOCAL NBWS NOTES.
Valentine mul pic social Friday
night, the nth.
Horn, ou Monday nt the lknd
hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Williams, n 6Mb. girl.
Mrs, Kvu Steele and Frank But
terwoith have moved back to their
land in the vicinity of Sisters after
an absence of n year or more in the
Valley. The first of the week they
received a tucssni'c thut Mrs.
Steele's daughter, Anna, win lying
at the jwint of death with an nl
tack ut appendicitis at Bridnl Veil,
where she hus been teaching. In
response to which, Mrs. Steele
came to Bend and left on venter
day's stage for her daughter a bed
Wc would call the attention of
our renders to the nd. of, the First
National Hank in this issue. It
contains some interesting informa
tion regarding the method of con
ducting a national hank, and at
the same time the nd. shows that
the First National is enjoying n
very satisfactory increase of bind
uess, A jump in nine mouths
from deposits of $53,379 33 to
$161,331 84 "hows the confidence
llnd people have in this local in
stitution. It is also a very good
indication of the general business ,
growth of Bend aud vicinity.
Lumber Quotations Wanted.
The La Pine Towtnlte Company,
of 617 Henry Ilulldiug, Portland,
Oregon, calls for quotations on lum
ber, both dimension and dressed,
and in what quantities it may be
had, well seasoned, at present
time. Address Company.
WE HAVE THE BEST
Best Wheat Land
IN CENTRAL OREGON.
FUnil AUTOMOUILn TRIF
from lknd to the lands and return for nil who locate.
Write for Particulars, to
LIST YOUR CITY rRGTlRTY WITH IS IF YOU WANT A QUICK SALE.
Merrill Sh Wilkinson Company
'Nmk (lie Pieeer Wwd Yard
We are now in position to furnish
good wood and deliver promptly,
54.50 Per Cord.
$3.50 Per Cord.
Carter & Downing
We have it in traits front 40
acres upwards, 20 to $50 per acre.
On Sale Now
Fine Lots in Lytle Addition to
Bend. Easy terms Quick action
necessary to get these lots. Going
Home Land Co.,
J. H. WENANDY
F. L. BUNTEN
Automobile Stage Company
between Shaniko, Madras, Redmond and Bend and all
interior points For further information write '
Wenandy-Bunten Auto. Co.,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BACGAGE
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
"OFFICII OVKR BANK
Office Hours: to to 12 a. m.; 1 to $ and
7 to 8 p. m.
Bknd, : Orkqon
A Small piece of Money Goes a Lour Way at
Our Store In Buying Anything In the line of
Wc always carry a complete stock and can fill your wants, In the
Dry Goods Line
we have an exceptionally Rood stock, and invite an inspection of
same. You will be satUficd with your purchases if you do your
trading at our store. Come see us. Wc will treat you right.
E. A. SATHER
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OWICK IK HANK UUIUIINO,
W. V, MYJtKS O. C. YOUNO
MYERS & YOUNO
Practice in all Courts and Depart
ment of the Interior.
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD,
OFl'ICK IN JOHNSON I1UILWNO
Beud, - Ore go a.
FOUR HORSE LIVERY.
Bend Livery, Feed & Stable Co.
J. If. WP.NANDY, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF LIGHT AND HEAVY
Also HAY, OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT, CHOP WHEAT,
BRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
All Orders promptly Delivered. Order by Phone No. iS.
Dr. A. A. BURRIS.rura
llcsltr. JXtrsKS Kuccrufully Trcstrd
Without Hie Um oTOTUfs or Surgery, by
Ihc Natural Mtlhwli of Jlrallaf , Chron
ic IWki v HfKrislty. CeiMulUllon l'rr
Member of the ftut nt Hsllopil Nsturopalh
OIBcg In Johntoti tlldj., ud, Orrfon
Vernon A. Forbes
HOOM 4 DANK IlUII.DINO
Hors Bought and Seld. Light and heavy Homes for Sale.
St. James Hotel
J. S. Wakefield, Proprietor
When In Silver Lake, atop at Oils well known house.
Oueata can be assured that every attention will I
paid to make them comfortable. Special attention
to travelers. Good home cookiug. Term reasonable
hi Town for
"Just Across the River"
The most sightly residence section in or about Bend. Within a stone's
throw of Bend's business district. Figure ahead a couple of years.
ON THE MARKET FEBRUARY 12.
UEND LODGE No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on 01
before the full moon of each
mouth. Viuitiinr brothers
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tablo always supplied with the best that tho town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms, J)HN!, Okkcon
J. O, DAVIDSON, 8cr.
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F. O. MINOR
LIFE FIRE ACCIDENT
Notary Public and Conveyancing All
M:ai upers lorrccuv urawu,
1'PK 1'IHST CUSS
Opposite Aunc's Darn.
Wall Paper at
N. P. WEIDER
Cheapest mid Ilcst Wall Paper Sam
pica In the county, (let
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