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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1910)
A Steady Growth
Growth is the best indication ol n
live, wide-awake, progressive' and .stimwsl'ul kIoic.
The steady, continuous and persist
cut increase in my business during lite two years
I have been in Bund is a clear demonstration Dial
I have satisfied my customers thai I have de
livered the nods.
Qinillty incrcliniidlir, in ndditinn to prompt,
courteous mid conscientious trcutiiiviit to nit, lint won fuvor
ulilc recognition unions the people of Crook Count v.
The mere fact AND IT IS A I'ACT
tlmt my IiihIiicki tliU yenr lin INCItltASItl) no I'I'.R
cent over tlie mime eriod hint year shows that the niiijotlty
of people appreciate the crvlcc I run giving tlifin,
T hi Ini'icntcd bindm-m ciiIU for lurgrr mid
Iwttcr (docks nnd vulnrgrd floor space. All these you will
find at "Till'. Ilir. STOKE." I inn ready for you with
the ltct More, the most complete stock of Dry Goods,
Shoes, Men's Wear, Groceries and House Furnishing Goods
that Hentl has ever seen. I should be very Kind to have
you drop Into the store and look around. You will apprc
elate (he fact that Lara's is an up tpdntc More and I will
make your visit at. pleasant as tmsslhle,
A. M. LARA
"CoMly thy hnlill A thy jnrc can I my,
lint not cxpiovd in fAiicy; rlrli, not KHUily:
for tin- iMirl oft proctitlitis the nun,''.
'Ilmnlrl, Act I, Scene 4.
And this Is just as true today as it was in his time. Dress
well look Miix-rous, and your cluniccs of success are in
creased a hundred fold. Our "Made to Measure" Krincuts
ore just the kind to glvi you that "prosperous" look. Over
500 samples of nil wind suitings and thirty distinct and
classy stylet to select from. And prices anything you
$15.00 to $50.00
Metier come lu nutl look over the Hue mm. It tnkc two
ttttlw lik j1illtir t ft in truly T turiiniiiilti' iviitirn tilt 1im
( jL-iriLJiv-riL j
(m THE BIO STORE BEND, OREQON
150,000 ACRES OF THE BEST
In Central Oregon. Just opened tc 330-ncrc homestead
entry. Two railroiids now building into this country. Get
a homestead before they nrc nil gone. I'or further Infor
iiiallou call 011 or write to s
Free Automobile Trip from Bend to Lands
ind Return for All Who Locate.
HUNTER & STAATS
J. II. WKNANDY
11 it no on.
F. L. HUNTCN
Automobile Stage Company
between Shaniko, Madras, Redmond nod Haul nnd nit
interior points. I'or further information write
Wenandy-Bunten Auto. Co.,
SPECIAL ATTKNTION TO EXPRESS AND HAGOAGE
Severn! npnn of unod, young horses,
from 9V to 1400 lbs., either for driving
or work, Koine broke, some unbroke,
hat nil gentle. Price rviikonsblc.
Oko, V. Wimhii & Sonh.
49 i Tmiiido, Or.
Nine mid lo-indi envelopes, just
the thing for mulling or filing nwny
K'ljal docuiucuts, for sale at The
Turkey Bjrgs for Sale.
Mrs. I. J. Green of Pleasant
Ridge will opn have for snle'cggs
from pure bred Mutumoth Uronze
turkeys 1.50 for .sett In k of nine,
$2 75 .for 18. Cnu be left at Red
mond or Demi. Address
17tf Redmond, Oregon,
Hitriitshed room to rent, In
quire at Lara's store.
Team for side. Initiirc of Mer
rill & Wilkinson. 40 50
Carbon paper, the best, at The
A. D. Lewis was down from his
up-river homestead Monday.
Remember the Hoard of Trade
meeting tonight it) Hunter & Stout'
Mm. Eva L. Wise of Koslnnd
was a business visitor in llend last
Kor Sale Fully equipped saw
mill. I'or particulars address X,
care JJulletiu. jH-tf
Homegrown one nnd two-year-
old fruit trees for hale. Howard
Spilling, llend, Or. 40U
Fine residence property on Haw
thorn uvenue for mile; five room
Iioiikc. IIomk Land Co. 4811
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd HrostcrhouM re
turned to Uend the first of the week
after spending several weeks at
was recently moved onto the site of
the brick plant, nnd last week
Clias Swalley overhauled nnd put
it in first class condition.
Lost Dinmdnd-shapcd fraternity
pin, surrounded by pearls and dia
monds. Return to Mrs. J. A. Boyd
and receive reward.
Two homestead relinquishments
for sale. In settled neighborhood
All can be plowed. Write to Box
130, llend, Oregon. 49-53
Mrs. Etna WarmstnfT underwent
an operation at the Ikud hospital
lust Sunday, nnd nt last reports
was getting along nicely.
Rev. Harper of Pendleton will
preach morning and evening Sun
day next. Alt are cordially in
vited to attend the services.
The Hetiil Hoard of Trade meets
tonight to discuss plans for a "bet
ter mid bigger llend.". You should
te there iu Hunter & Staats'
G. M. Huffman, who has been
ut Haul for two or three months
past, has decided to move to Red
mond where he will engage In the
real estate business.
Photographer Cook announces
that next Sunday will be the last
Sunday that cabinet work can be
secured ct his studio. Remember
the date, Sunday, Feb. 37th.
Reports come down from Ros
tand stating that L. F. Wakefield,
who recently purchased the Chas.
Graves much nt Crescent, has sur
veyors nt work laying out a town
M. M. Thomas, who has been
running the Redmond hotel in
partnership with John Schulte, has
moved to Bend nnd will 0cti n
bakery as soon as he can secure a
suitable building Mr. Schulte's
health was so poorly that he was
forced to retire from the hotel
Deck tier & Blooni field of Port
laud have bought (he homestead
and hotel formerly owned by Moses
Niswongcr at Powell Hutted. The
new proprietors will take charge on
March I, nnd it is said they will
erect n two-story building, the
lower storv to be ued as u stotc
room, and the upper s'.ory as a hall.
"Geo. P. Putnam left Monday for
a trip down the Deschutes canyon
where railroad building is under
way. Mr. Putnam plans to travel
down the canyon on foot us much
of the way as possible, nnd gel lull
information regarding the work be
ing done by the Hill and Harrimnn
camps. He will bo back to Deiid
iu about two weeks,
The men who are putting in the
brick manufacturing plant west of
town have purchased the engine
used by the Swalley ditch people
when they sawed out the lumber
lor their new flume. This engine
Pinn 01 tuned for 54 00
February iu Hend or vicinity,
orders with The Bulletin
dress L. S. Jtickard, Bend.
F. Dement, formerly of Astoria,
has been In Hend during the past
week and has decided to engage in
business here. He will open a
The thn'e high scores at ten-pins
at the Rowle- bowling nlley is held
by A A. Aldridgc, F. C Rowlcc,
nnd Sylvester Staats, with the fol
lowing scores: Aldridgc, 227;
Rowlee, 221; Staats, 2to.
Mrs. Kvn Steele was in
Monday on her way home
Palmer, Or., where she had
railed to the deathbed of herdnugh
tcr, Miss Anna Steele, who died on
February 7, Miss Steele was taken
with n serious attack of appendi
citis which developed into perito
nitis, nnd passed nwny More her
mother reached her bedside. She
had been teaching at Palmer.
Owing to the fact that there were
not enough members present yes
terday at the annual meeting of
the Lsdies' Library Club, the elec
tion of officers wan postponed until
two weeks later, on the 3th of
March, .at which time Mrs. F. F.
Smith nnd Mrs E D. Wilson will
entertain the club at the home of
Mrs. Smith. All members and all
interested in the library arc es
pecially urged to be present.
Pearl Fulkerson, who lives on n
ranch just west of the Powell Buttes
station, has had a good streak of
luck this winter in striking a well
at n depth of five feet. He dug
down that denth nnd found a good
flow of water in a sort of a pumice
stone sand formation. The snnnlv
of water has lceti sufficient to water
from 25 to 30 bead of stock all
winter. Where he sunk the well
was below the canal as it flows
through his place, but water has
been flowing in the canal very
little this winter. The water from
irrigation has undoubtedly filled up
nn underground basin in that
Having sold out my blacksmith
shop to S. J. Bedard I would ask
that all those swin me call in
nnd settle at once.
5051 Hicnkv L. WlttTSltTT.
Typewriter ribbons all kinds
at The Bulletin office.
IIAKNltY UtWIS, rKOI
I am ready to handle
anything iu the line of
Leave orders with N.P.
Smith, Wull St. Bend
Between Shaniko and Bend,
calling ut Madras and Red
mond. $3000 Car. 50 ttorso Power
A. U. DUCK,, Manager
Addrcu Shanll-por llend.
Do you want a Homestead
in Fertile Central Oregon
I can locate you on some of the best wheat laud in
this part of the Mne, iu the Very .section into
which Hill and Hnrrimau are building tlietr
railroads. I also have for sale
Raw and Improved Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands
and City Property
INVKT NOW nnd get in on the ground floor
nliead of the railroads.
DESCHUTES REALTY COMPANY
M. J. MORRISON
" ' nnii 11 " "TTTTiriirMWnHBMfj
TE First National Bank
OF BEND BEND. OREGON
Or U. O. OOB. Pr.ildtnl E A. BATHE ft, Vlc.Proldtnt
O 8. HUDSON, Chlr
C.plUI full? paid . S25.00O
Surplus ..... (3.000
THE FIGURES AND WHAT THEY MEAN.
GoTcrsneBl Call Janary 3lsl, fyft
I'uml loaned to our cuitomers nd
$ 74.414.10 PPrvecl j our Director!, and in ac-
lunniitc wiiu uovcrnmem uanKing
Ivnws. wc Haven't any Real Estate
1,41 .'5a Account! overdrawn ty cuitomcra.
&f Tlle " ' he Danker! life.
Hanking IIOUSC 1'ropcrtr owned and occupied by oar
Film. At fixtures 5,000.00 n,,,k, the only real estate owned by
g-lllc "ink, in fiend.
U. S. Donds United State floniU owned by the
ntvl Prmnnimc TO Tftfl Of! Bank ami Iepoited with the Treawiry
aim J remiUtnS 1,700.00 Department, to secure our own Bank
JgMTNotet in circulation.
Deposited with the U. S. Treatury to
025.00 redeem mutilated notes sent in for re-
5 pet. Redemp
f!n:li nn linrwl Reserve held to meet needs of deooslt-
r,,l ,l.. A.... ' 0- The Government requires 15 per
and due Irom cent of our deposits. We nave 63 per
Other Banks 107.459.03 cent, or over four times the amount re---quired
by the Government.
Cash capital invested by our stock-
-i -.in. i holders, as a guarantee and protection to
Capital StOCK $25,000.00 our depositors. Our stockholders are
-alto liable lor an additional 15,000, to
Trofita earned during our first nine
I'robu earned during our first nine
2,000.00 months in buiness, and held as a further
jnyprotectiou for our depositors. We ilid
"" not pay any dividend, and expect to
put the greater part of our future earn-
lues to this fund.
ggfi Our earnings since January 1st 191a
1 o nnn nn Our own National Uauk notes in circu-l-.,OUti.uu
1 m 0511 ot Belonging to 440 people in Bend and
101,01.81 vicinity, and proof that they approve of
our standing and business memoes.
A Steadv but Suiie Growth is the Best Evidence
ok a G on Bank.
APRIL 38, 1909
JUNK 3i, 15109
SKPT. 1, 1909
NOV. 16, 1909
JAN. 31, 1910
C COK , A. SATHKR C. S.
V. P. SMITH H. C. HLUS
A Large Shipment of
Doors, Windows, Rubber Roofing
and a full line of everything you may need
for that new building you intend to put up
this spring I,UT ME FIGURE ON
YOUR MIX, I also carry in stock
S. C. CALDWELL
A. D. MOe PRESSING AND
x m.w m REPAIRING
T H P TAII.OP qivun
New Suits Made to Order
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
In residence on Bond street formerly occupied by Mrs. C. D. Brown