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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1910)
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Because it Is Superior to all other Fencing
DISTRIBUTING DEPOT FOR
"Pittsburgh Perfect" Fences
For Mime lime wo have Wen Invctfiitntliig a New Idea In Wire
Fencing. After n inu.it careful cvniiiiiialion, tc lmc been convinced
that wo luc found the .-t ficlil frmo liMnufnrturcd. "I'ltulmrgh
retfert" la Hindu of nil KiilMinisctl Meet wiruii. It In the only fence
welded ly i'lc trlrlty. J'.vcry ul Is nairimlccd perfect. All Jiukc
when, the Mny bcliui, the Mine Mu nil line wires, it luu no wraps to
hold molhtute and came run.
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iMhM niiutu i ,ruixwi o-'f & ' z !!? nujrwTwriwuA-;rV''&VkU
If You Are Looking for a Fence
Tint will stand HARD U5A0E
Ttiat will nut SAO DOWN or CURL. OVER on the (opt
That linn ataya that WILL NOT 5I.IIM .
That will CONFORM TO UNI1VHN GROUND J
Tlut flan no SLACK WIRIIS
That doe. nut reijulro an EXPERT TO ERUCTj
Tlut l LOW IN PRICU- , ,
Then Read What We Guarantee
J. TImi stars ara Kl.rXTIIKWM.V WKI.DKI) Ulmn.1s f..rinln fl union a4
nHiiilmiulliti witli lliastraiiita tint f.iuiiit limny nlliw rii
X Nu wrmilirlli,iirliM tnuUliirnahilntiiMirutt.
S. Nil 'in..'lliHnloliOuriiikiirUr woil fmiuilirrn,
t. HlrmiMT at Disjoints tluiiimiynlhfr fniroj wrUnl UcUlitr by rlwtrlclly.
& (liMranlnit llialllmwlKiUiHilltOurnlnt IImJuIiiU.
a. atiartitirlMilJiuuMitlumirtngfiutit!. """
7. (Iiiarmilrml that .lays will nut aantln friiiu strands,
a. nuniiitl all rigid In evxry particular,
t, Mailady llMilnctnwNrn 'nfMaiiit on tlinUia Impnivtxl marlijnrry, ,
10, Mit of Ilia wwk ailnla III ulli.r fviirv Bra nn ammnt of Ilia way Hi tlaya ara faat
liftl. Our stay, ara amaUamaled with Ilia atratula ly inmtunf rlrrltlrlljr aii.l tlieslmiflli
rf Ilia fnira luerratmt luilxtrr.1 Md over Ilia alrriiflu of A rnc wlwta the .lay. ara
wrail or claruj4 tin tlw) alralitlt.
If J Ihli time Jim are liitrrotnl, crxiv ami r llili fence ami jel In your order. t
If jm aie tVrjillral, iiiinaaiiit IntOHitliKxL '
Wc add our ixrional guarsntro tu cveiytlilni; tUiinnl for It aiht vmuM m idcasfd
to submit Micrs.
IWt full to are ut Ufoto Ipotlng yimr friHlnj;. Dun't put It off un'll you ara
tnf to uu ll, but tarn yuur ailcr In adtarur, at ve ism can all sluts In lil.
150,000 ACRES OF THE BEST
In Central Orcynn. Just opened tc 3io-ncre honicMcnd
entry. Two rnilrnudrt now building into this country. Get
a homestead before they arc all j;oiie, For further infor
mation cull mi or write to
Free Automobile Trip from Bend to Lauds
and Return for All Who Locate.
HUNTER & STAATS
J. II. WHNANDY
P. I.. IJUNTGN
Automobile Stage Company
between Shnniko, Mndrni, Hedinoiid mid llem nud nil
interior M)intH. For further iuforiuution w'ritc
Wenandy-Bunten Auto. Co.,
SPItClAL ATTKNTION TO HXI'RMSSi AND UAGOAGK
Several apaii of uoimI, yoimj; liorara,
from 9fo to 14m Ilia., either for driving
nr work. Some litoku, aomu iiiilirokc,
lull all Kntlc. l'rli'va rtusoiuilile.
O110. W. Wimkh Ht Sons.
49 3 Tunmlo, Or,
Nine mid lodnch enveoH:s, just
the tiling for mmlln or filing nway
k'nal doeuuieutii, for sale ut The
Turkey Hsrs for Snle.
Mr. J J, Green of l'lensaut
Uidue will foon, huvu for mile eggs
from pure bled M.itiiuioth llroiize
turkeys 1.50 for (.ettiuir of nine.
fj 75 for tH Cun be left nt Red
moiid or Deiul Address
47f Kedmond, Oregon.
Furnlhhed room to reut. In
;itirc at l.aru's btorc,
Teinn for i.le. Inquire of Mcr
rill & WIlkliiMJii. 49 50
Friiuk Ilmwn, wife nud son, have
returned from l'orlliuid.
W. II. Ojket will mitniifocttire
brick 011 hid lurm near Ueduioud.
, Kcv. Fox will preach in Bend
next Sunday raoruiu and evening
With IIolliiiKsHend of " Kosland
wuh a Bend vihiior the fust of the
The work that please you jjet
it nt Junes & Davidkon'it barber
For Side Fully equipped saw
mill, For piutietilurB uuilrcus X,
cute Bulletin. 38 tf
Iloiiieuroivn one nud two-year-
old fruit trees for Hale. Howard
SpiuuiKi Betid, Or. 491I
A. M. Drake wuh recently called
from 1'ortlaud to Culiioruu by the
iIIiicm of Mra.Drukc.
Flue rcsldenee property op Huw
thorn uveutii' for itale; five room
bounc. IIomk Land Co. 4KU
Work started Monday on the ad
dition to the t'llot Butte luu. It
will be two Morie. 52x28 feci.
F. Iv. Dayton und wile, K. G
Sluieou and (). W. Horner of
l.uitiluw were in Bend ycMtrduy.
Misit Grace Vaudcvert and Mis
Fein Halt t(Mk the teachero' ex
auilnatloii at I'rliieville lust week
There are all kinds of burbers
good, bud, and indifferent, but
llcud has but one kind, the good
I). II Koc'kfcllotv and I;d Kiscr
went to Kedmond Monday, where
Mr. Uoeklellow was to do MJiue
Lost Diamond-.slinpcd fraternity
pin, Mirrounded by pearls and dia
monds. Kciurii to Mrs. J. A. Boyd
und receive reward.
Two homestead rcliuqulshmeulh
for Hale. In nettled neighborhood
All can be plowed. Write to Box
130, Bend, Otcgou. 4952
The Crook county hih school
debatiuu team was tlcfeatetl by the
team from Sherman county, iu the
debate held at I'nucville.
Ins. Davidson Inst week piit-
chiiM.-d the 'Dr. Scoficld piocrty on
Huwthorne avenue, consiilctatiou
$3,500. Possession will be Riven
J. S Smith and J. A. Holmes
have opened a restaurant and room
inn house iu the Lucas, and White
btiildiiiK west ol the Wctuudy
J Frank Rice, formerly of Vol-
dez. Alaska, has moved onto his
ditch land cast of Powell Duties
station, nud will put it under culti
vation this season.
Twenty-three passengers came in
from Shauiko one day this week,
and lo weic billed out from tlie
railroad terminus Tuesday. The
rush will be on in full blast soon.
Mrs. Ada H. Johnston n n d
daughter, Miss Helen, entertained
the bridge club yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. J as. Boyd was ulso hostess to
this club 011 the preceding Tuesday.
II II. Davics has started on the
erection of his new building which
ih to occupy the lot north of S. C
Caldwell's store. The workmen
itc now putting in the foundation.
Don Steffa reached town Mou
lay nud hereafter will be a imma
nent resident- He will take up the
sale of lots in his addition to Bend
"Kenwood, just across, the river."
Mrs. Truman Butts, late of Grass
Valley, will Ins the truest of rela
tives nud friends nt The Dalles, in -til
Truman gets their new home 1 1
Bend organized. Moro Observer
HOARD OF TRADE MEETS
TJiere will Ik? it meeting of the
Bend Board of Trade in the First
National Bank building tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock. George P
Putnam, the former secretary ol
the Board, has returned from his
Ftistcrn trip and will lay before the
Board at this meeting several new
Kvcrybody ii welcome nt this
meeting nud the Beard is especially
anxious to have all Bend men join
the organization, Attend this
meeting nud hand in your name for
The Whatsoever took in $47 30
at their valentine nud pie social
Monday evening. The Iadie feel
very thankful to the public for help
ing to make the social so much of
The bridge spanning the river nt
the dam site is finished nud i be
ing used by teams. It is quite a
substantial structure, nud on- ob
tain a very prettv view of the river
from the center of it.
Mrs. II P Belknap of I'rliieville
was quite painfully injured in a
runaway lust week by being thrown
from a buggy and striking on hci
ide on a pile of rocks. No serious
injury resulted, however.
The Big Hungry Chop House is
a new eating place which has
opened in the Grant building. Jos
eph Gdodfellow, Ray Armstrong,
Walter Smith nnd George Hull arc
the proprietors, all hailing from
Wm. P. Downing has leased the
acre tract in Lytic formerly owned
by Chus. Htbridge, and will stock
up with a Urge supply of wood
there during the coming summer,
thus assuring an abundance of dry
fuel for next winter.
Carbon paper, the best, nt The
IIAKKKY U'.WIS, IKOI.
I am ready to handle
anything in the line of
Leave orders with N.P.
Smith, Walt St. Bend
FIRH FIRK FIRF.
and and nnd
HKAT HF.AT HEAT
come while burning
Carter's Fire Wood
Best dry block wood ?4-5
Best dry limb wood 3 50
Prompt delivery and full measure
Phone your order in.
F. A. CARTER
Between Shaniko and Bend,
calling ut Madras nnd Red
$3000 Car, 50 tlorso Power
A. B. BUCK, Manager
AdilreM ShanlVoor He ml.
Do you want a Homestead
'in Fertile Central Oregon
I can loonte you on some of the liest wheat laud in
this part of .the Mute, iu the very section into
which Hill and Hiimmntt are building tueir
railroads. 'I also have for sale
Raw and Improved Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands
and City Property
INVF.ST NOW nud get in 011 the ground floor
ntieaU of the railroads.
DESCHUTES REALTY COMPANY
M. J. MORRISON
The First National Bank
OF BEND BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. DOE, Pr.tlrf.nt A. SATHIH, Vlca Pratlrf.nl
O, 8 HU080H, Oathl.r
THE FIGUR.ES AND WHAT THEYyMEAN. ,
fioTcnmeat Call JsMarj 3ist, HW. :'
I'unila Joiner! to oar customers and
Loans $ 74.414.10 PI'roved by our Director, ami in ac-
-.corilance with Government Banking-
Law. We haven't any Real KiUle
Overdrafts 1,417.1)5 Accounts overdrawn by cuatotners.
tfThe bane of life flanker's life,
Hailking HoUSC Property owned and occupied by our
Furn. & fixtures 5,000.00 "",. "!!'. ''ly '"' ,,u,e owued by
U. S. Bonds
the Rank. in Bend.
United Stalea Bonds owned br the
...! !.: -ioxnnnn nana aim iiciwtiiru win ine I reaiurr
ami Premiums 12,700.00 Department, to secure our own Bank
Jaa"Jtri in circulation.
Deposited with the U. S. Treaiurr to
025.00 redeem mutilated notes tent in for re-
5 pet. Redemp
Cash on hand
and due from
Keaerve held to meet needa of depoiit-
ora. The Government require. 15 per
cent of our deooslta. U'e have 6 tier
Other Batiks 107,450.03 cent, or over four time, the amount re
yjquircd by the GovcrumenU
Cah capital inveated by our stock
rt -,. t c i . n n holder, aa guarantee and protection lo
Capital StOCk $25,000.00 our depositors. Our stockholders are
jnyalu) liable for an additional $15,000, to
I'rofita earned during our first nine
2,000.00 months in business, and held as a further
protection lor our depositors, we uiu
not pay any dividends, and expect to
put the Kreatcr part of our future earn
ings to tbia fund.
Our earnings since January itt 1910.
1 500 00 ur owa -,"t'on' Hnk notes in circa-
1 ill Oil H 1 Belonging to 440 people in Bend and
101,-01. pr vicinity, and proof that they approve of
fjtFoXT standing and business methods.
A Steady but Suiie Growth is the Best Evidence
of a Good Bank.
APRIL aS, 1909
JUNE is, 1909
SKPT. t. 1909
NOV. 16, 1909
JAN. 31. 1910
U. C. CO K. A. SATIIKK C. S.
P. V. SMITH It. C. MLL1S
A Large SbJmnt of
Doors, Windows, RuMrar Roofiax
and a full line of everything you may need
for that new building you intend to put up
tbia spring. LBT MB FIGURE ON
YOUR BILL. I also carry in stock
S. C. CALDWELL
A. D. Moe pressing1
New; Suits Made to Order
1 A L wo R K G ,J A R A NTJ: B D
1 In residence on Rood street formerly occupied by Mrs. C. D. Bro