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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1910)
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YOU SHOULD TRADE AT
BeCaUSe-" Litrn'H is the only store in Ucml
tlmt is absolutely oil t cash basis.
It is an absolute fact well known
to every business man that the
store cloiiitf a credit business MUST
stand a loss of from 10 to 15 per
cent of all of their accounts and
. that this loss MUST be made up
by an extra profit on the goods
sold. This means that the man
who pays his bills at the "CREDIT
STOKE," Pys fr KmxIs the
"other fellow" got and did not
Selling for cash only, we do not
have to add any percentage for
bad bills. You get full value for
your money, and there is nothing
added to your bill to pay for the
"Other Fellow's" goods.
Every article that leaves our store
carries with it an absolute guaran
tee, that it will give you perfect
satisfaction, or we will return your
money and throw in a smile beside.
Our stock is always fresh and
clean. We do not carry goods
year after year. Two "House
Cleaning Sales"in January and
Julydispose of all our seasonable
goods, and leaves our shelves clear
for new merchandise.
We tell you through the columns
of the Bulletin when the new goods
arrive and the prices they can be
lMMight for. Our SPECIAL
SALES arc always interesting and
the economical housewife can save
many u dollar by taking advan
tage of them.
Our line is always up to date and
we carry novelties and high class
goods not usually found in a city
the size of Iknd.
BeCdUSe" Wclln.sk your neighbor why she
trades with us and she will tell
you that she can do better there
than anywhere else, and alter all
that is the real reason
YOU SHOULD TRADE AT
150,000 ACRES OF THE BEST
In Central OrcKou, Just opened tc 320.ncre homestead
entry. Two railroads now building into this country. Get
a homestead lxjfore they ore till gone. For further infor
mation call on or write to
Free Automobile Trip from Bend to Lands
and Return for All Who Locate.
HUNTER & STAATS
I'outiil Lndy'N ncarf, or veil.
Owner call at ISulletiii office.
I'or Sale Fully equipped saw
mill. For particulars address X,
cure Uullctiu. 38 tf
Fine residence property on Haw
thorn avcnui! for sale; Ave room
house. Ilouit Land Co. 48tf
Nine and lodnch envelopes, just
the thing for mailing or filing away
legal document1!, for sale at The
FostinaMcr Lafolcttc has resigned
his commission at I'rlucville, and
Win. Lcilfnnl has been appointed
to succeed him.
Lost Dlnmondiilinpcd fraternity
pin, surrounded by pearls und dia
monds. Return to Mrs. J. A. Uoyd
and receive reward.
Andy Hunter has returned to
DcikI filler an extended absence in
Colorado. He comes back much
Improved in health.
Pianos tuned for f. 00 during
February In Bend or vicinity. Leave
orders with The Bulletin or ml
dress l . KlcKard, uend. 47-50
Kcv. Mitchell will preach on
Sunday, the 13th, both morning
and evening, bubject lor the even
ing. "Abraham Lincoln." There
will be special music for the even
A. A. Anthony was around town
the latter part of the week after
having been confined to his bed
with a severe attack of rheumatism
Mr. Anthony is greatly troubled
with this affliction, and will leave
to take treatment at the hot springs
II. C. Miller, accompanied by
his two grown boys, and L. C,
Flcmming and L. I. Ball arc recent
comers from the Valley. They
will locate in these parts, and say
that a number of people from their
neighborhood will come over to
Bend this summer.
'fM. .t1 i..m... t.t.vl. lrtn1
debating team won in the debate at
. ti. r .. 1
I'oosui over a icam irom wnccicr
1M. -.!. ...........
consisted of Ethel Kidder, Agnes
Elliott and Robert Kestcr. The
suujcci ucuaicu was lor aim aiiusi
the government ownership of rail
roads. Mrs. F. F. Smith and Miss Cole
man entertained a number of lad)
frk'tids Friday afternoon at Mrs.
Smith's pleasant home on Irouwood
avenue. Games and music were
the features of the afternoon, Mrs.
Ray winning the prize offered, 11
silk traveling bag. Later iu the
afternoon refreshments were served.
The sawmill that Slg Clark is in
stalling on the Fred Huuncll place
reached town SafDvfay Titter -.very
difficult trip kHjotnAShanlko The
weather moderated and U5c roads
got sofujust as the trains were
ready topjill out fronr Shaniko,
and thcT)ip acrossthe flat and
down Cotfcanyon wis a hard one.
Mr. Clark expects to have the mill
ready for sawing the firtt of next
C. II. Erlckson announces that
he has mined out about 100 tons of
gypsum at his Bear Creek deposits
and will order a grinding machine
at once. The smallest machine he
can get is a to-horsepower and that
is the size he will order to start
with Steam power will be used
Mr. Erickann says he has orders
for many tons of the land plaster,
one party at Ptineville alone having
ordered 35 tous.
Fine Seed Rye for Sale.
Altn Iw-nrillrM harlev. nt Then.
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M. Post's ranch two miles east of
Gist main county road from Laid
law to Sisters. 45 53
Rev. Mitchell is visiting in Frinc
vlllc this week.
A petition has been sent into the
postofficc department asking per
mission to change the location of
the Bend office to the rear of the
building that has been occupied by
the Harry Hill meat market. The
owners of that corner have agreed
to put up a building there, facing
Oregon street, and Postmaster1 Min
or desires to move as the present
quarters arc not large enough for
the growing needs of the office.
County Judge Ellis and Commis
sioners Baylcy and Rice were here
today to confer with Thomas Phil
lips, the stone contractor of Port
land, in regard to repairing five pil
lars in the stone work of the base
ment of the new court house It
was about these pillars that such a
howl went up about the building
falling down shortly after it was ac
cepted by the county. The pillars
are to be taken out and better ones
put iu. Mr. Phillips is to do the
work by the day. Journal.
The bowling alley is a busy place
these days. The highest score at
ten pins is held by Jim Davidson,
who rolled 231. N. P. Wcider
comes next with 328, aud Goodfel-
low third wilh 327. Last Wednes
day R. A. Wooley and N. P. Wel
der rolled a scries of games, Wooley
rolling the first three left handed
while Weider mlled right handed.
The score for the three games stood
Wooley, 162, 304, 141; Wcider,
196, 191, 181. Another scries of
three games then followed, each
matt rolling right handed. The
score wooley, 149. 3io. 107:
Weider, 156, 153, 152.
Turkey Gggs for Sale.
Mrs. L. J. Green of Pleasant
Ridge will soon have for sale eggs
from pure bred Mammoth Bronze
turkeys fi.50 for setting of nine,
$2.75 for 18. Can be left at Red
mond or Bend. Address
47tf Redmond, Oregon.
11AKNKY I.KWIS, I'ROP.
I am ready to handle
anything in the line of
Leave orders with N.P.
Smith, Wall St. Bend
FIRK FIRE FIRE
and and and
HEAT HEAT HEAT
sure to 9
come while burning
Carter's Fire Wood
BeU dry block wood $4-59
Best dry limb wood 3.50
Prompt delivery and full measure
Phone your order in.
F. M. CARTER
Between Shaniko and Bend,
calling at Madras and Red
mond. $3000 Cr. SO Morse Power
A, U. DUCK, Manager
Address Shaniko or Demi.
Do, you want a Homestead
in Fertile Central Oregon
I can locate you on some of the best wheat land in
this part of the Male, in the very section into
which Hill and Harriman are building their
railroads. I also have for sale
Raw and Improved Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands
and City Property
INVEST NOW and get iu ou the ground floor
ahead of the railroads.
DESCHUTES REALTY COMPANY
M. J MORRISON
The First National Bank
OF BEND BEND, OREGON
Dr. U. O. OOf. PM.W.M HuogoN ...,", V.c.lW..n.
CplUI fullr paid ... 428,000
etockholdtrt' liability S30.OOO
Surplus ..... S3.000
THE FIGURES AND WHAT THEY MEAN.
GeTenwwat Call Jawary &, YM.
Pumli loanel to our customers tnd
$ 74.414.10 "pproved by our Directors, and In c-
.curuaucc wuii uovcrnmem uaoKinK
Lawf, We haven't any Real Eitate
1,417.85 Account overdrawn by ctHlomen.
ggfTbe banc of tile Bank? ri life.
Hanking House l'ronertr owned and occupied by our
Fum. & fixtures 5,000.00 B"k. ml tbe only real estate owned by
U. S. Bonds United States: Bonds owned by th
and Premiums 12,700.00 $XJ?tt
AVNotet la circulation.
5 pet. Redemp
Deposited with the U. S. Trcawry to
025.00 redeew mutilated notes seat in for re--,;demptioB.
Reserve held to meet needs of deposit
ors. The Government requires 15 per
cent of our drrjotita. We have 6 ner
Other Banks 107i450.03 cent, or over four Umea the amount re-
JUU(U J IUVUUTCIHHJCUU
Cash on hand
and due from
Capital Stock $25,000.00
Cash capital invested by our stock
holders, as a guarantee and protection to
our depositors. Our stockholder ere
also liable for an additional 35,000, to
Profit earned during our first nine
2,000.00 months in business, and held as a fuitber
May-protection for our depositor. We did
not pay any dividends, and expect to
put the greater part of our future earn
ing to tint luml.
. Our earnings since January 1st 1910.
Our own National Bank notes in drcu-Jalion.
irti nn1 fli Belonging to 440 people In Bend and
1U1,QJ..Q vicinity, and proof that they approve of
our tianutng ana business meiuoas.
A Steady but Sure Grohtii is the Best Evidence
op a Good Bank.
APRIL aS, 1909
JUNE J3. 1909
SEPT. 1. 1909
NOV. 16, 1909
JAN. 31, 1910
U. C COU It. A. SATHKR C. S. HUDSON
P. P. SMITH H. C. KU.IS
A Large Shipment of
Doors, WimJows, RhMt Rooflaj
and a full line of every tbtag yon may need
for that sew building you iHtcnd to put up
this spriug. LET ME FIGURE ON
YOUR BILL. I also carry ia Mock "
S. C. CALDWELL
A. D. Moe
New Suits Made to Order
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
In residence on Bout street formerly occupied by Mrs. C, D. ilrowu