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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1910)
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED A HUNDRED
TUB BIG STORE
is ngnin ready for your inspection. f '
A month's work by eiirpcntcrs and painters lias Icfl the store with
many improvements and eonvenienees. Our aim is always to make your shopping
as pleasant as possible.
The GR.OCERY DEPARTMENT has been enlarged and moved
into the new Annex.
- The SHOE DEPARTMENT, more tmin twiee its former si.e, now
occupies the entire rear of the store. Although we make a specialty of work shoes
and hightops for men, we can lit the entire family with the .best wearing, best
looking shoes in Haul.
The ENL ARCED DRYGOODS DEPARTMENT occupies the
entire south side of the store. Notions, ladies' and children's underwear, hosiery,
now occupying the space formerly given to ladies' and children's shoes.
The GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT has also received
its share of the general enlargement of the store. New shelving to accommodate
this class of goods now occupying part of the former grocery department. We
feel that the new arrangement is a decided improvement and we hope it will make
your shopping at "Tiik Hkj Stork" more agreeable.
The "REST ROOM" is in the froiit part of the Annex and is for
the use of the ladies it is there for your benefit and we hope you will use it.
Accept this as a personal invitation to come in and see us when
in Hviul. Yours, LARA'S.
The (Inimical, prettiest Clock yon ever saw.
Twenty-one different styles to select from nml
every one a lauty. Guaranteed for one year
Rood for ten. We lvc tlictn nway for onr
cash tickets. That' the only way you can
Ask the Man In the Store.
HOSE for the MEN.
"KNGIN'KKR AND l'IRHMAN" IIOSIS
bUck only medium weight, made from n
hard worsted yarn that wears like Oflr
iron. Only per pair VU
KHCARI)" 1IOSK IklU weight, black or
tan, very firm yarn, made of lone,, simile Sen
Hand cotton. No better value nny. OA-
whereat per pair JJK
MIKKMSDOKI' I' AST IJLACK" an extra
fine guaranteed seamless hose. The te
lcst to be hud per pair, only 2Jl
All three of the above numbers carry the mak
er's name and Ruarantec on every pair.
Always n convenience, frequently a necessity.
Fifty different Mylcs for the ladles, twelve for
the men. Iioth solid steel frame, covering
cotton taffeta. Sized: Ladies'
36 inches; men's 38 inched,
Your choice of cither kind for
HOSE for the LADIES.
TiiUnUKSON" IIOSH is the only hose
Knit to 1'it Without a Shah." They
nrc recounted from coast to coast as Tint
HKST. They arc the only hose that will jjlvc
you a perfect fit at the ankle, mid this fit will
I.ist ns lout; as the hose.
No. 409 Black only, rib top,
medium wcijjht per pair
No. 550 Carter lop, white foot
medium weight per pair
No. 505 Garter top, plain black
light weight per pair
THE BURSON HOSE
is the Satisfactory Kind.
HOSE for the CHILDREN.
THK RUAL TKST of o hose for Children Is to putit on a rcnl, live , boy. Wchave a hose
that will staud that test. The maker puts his liamc on every pair and gives a guarantee with
it as well.
"Bear Skin" Is the kind that will stand the test. Just try It. Only, per pair 20c
"Linen Knee" Is another good one. An extra linen tbrend woven in at the knee Just where
you need it. This hose has given unusual satisfaction and is sold, at, per pair, only 30c
Try the MCI STORE"
WILL lilt CARIUK1) I STOCK BY US HIJRJtAPTHR.
qpHE CORNER CONFECTIONERY
ALDRIDQn & HUtillS.
Ttie Tunisia Neighborhood.
TVMM.O, l'el, 7. We ire having
some rent webfoot weather here lately.
1. A. Wixilcy ami sons nrc swinging
thr grubbing Itoe these day ami have
several acre of new ground grubbed.
A larue crowd n( you no folks met at
V. J. Ilakcr'a last Friday uight and
lctit a niotl enjoyable evening at game
atui music, aiiouvu weiRiiiaiientiancc.
There u ill ten larue amount ol new
;round tnit under cultivation In this
' Having sold out my blacksmith
shop to S. J. Uedord I would ask
tlmf, all tho.se ovyin mc call in
and hettle at once.
5051 llHNRV L. WJIITSUTT.
Turkey Oggs for Sale.
Mrs. I,. J. Green of Pleasant
Ridge will foon have for sale eggs
from nure bred Mumtnoth l!roti7C
turkeys Si. so for setting of njnc,
MM-75 for 18. Cnu be lea nt Red-
For Sale I'ully equipped saw
mill. For particulars address X,
care Hullctin. .18 tf
Wliiakpra nmntttitted nlnolutelv
without p.iin at Inncs & Davidson's
Homegrown one and two-year-
old fruit trees for sale. Howard
Spirting, Bend, Or. 49
Horn, on 1'ebruary 34, at the
llcnd hosnital. to Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Ilobbs, 0 9 -pound son.
Remember the Hoard of Trade
meeting tonight in Hunter & Staats'
office. Klcctloti of officers.
Get your haircuts, shaves, sham
poos, baths, shines, etc., at the
Inncs & Davidson barbershop.
For Sale Kggs for setting, from
registered Hamburgh hens: 14 ecus
for f 1. 00 J. I. Wkst, Bend.
Itidee Kills. I.. D. Wic.1t. Don
Stefftt and John Stcidl were driven
to I'rinevillc yesterday in i.recu
Triplett's auto. f
A. F. Shircman has the pelts of
five large bobcats which he has
trapped and killed near Bend dur
ing the winter.
Two homestead relinquishments
for sale. In settled neighborhood
All can le plowed. Write to Box
1 30, Bend, Oregon. 49'52
There will be election of officers
of the Bend Board of Trade at the
meetiiiir to be held tonicht in Hun
ter & Staats's office.
Mv office will necessarily be
closed for two weeks from March 1
during my absence at Portland.
Du. I. h. bCOI'IKLU.
The Whatsoever will give a
nime Social tomorrow (Thursday)
evening at the home of Mrs. J. M
Lawrence. Crullers ana other oiu-
fashioned refreshments will be
T.. F. Wakefield, the Orecon
Trunk engineer now at the head of
the Crescent townsite, came in
from the south Monday, after a trip
to Klamath Falls with J. H. We-
natidy. They returned, to crescent
T, he case of the Eastern bond
holders against the D. I. & P. Co.
for appointment of receiver was
argued and submitted in United
States court, Portland, last week,
but no decision haa yet been ren
dered. The Bend Fire Department will
meet next Monday nlcht at the
hose house. It Is very important
that the department be In condition
for vigilant service and every mem.
Ier Is urged to be present at tms
A. A. Moody of Seattle was in
town during the past week. Mr
Moody recently tnvesieu in iana
lying under the Arnold ditch, and
came out to loot: over tuts beciton
He Is very much pleased with what
he -found here.
Miss Blanche Tewksbury and W
P. Thorp were married Sunday
evening at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Tewksbury, Laidlaw, by the Rev
Mr.Redford, of the Prineville Chris
tian church. The young couple
will make their home at Laidlaw.
Flovd Dement, recently from
Seattle, has bought the lot at the
southeast corner of Bond and Min
nrintn streets and contracted for the
erection of a frame building 30x140
thereon. He will occupy this with
a large stock, of general hardware
as soon as the structure can tx
Thr ladles of Bend and vicinity
are requested to bear in mind that
the annual election of officers ot tht
Ladies' Library Club will be held
next Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. F
F Smith and Mrs. K. D. Wilson
will entcrtnin the club on that date
at the home of Mrs. Smith. It is
very much desired tha't there shall
be a large attendance.
Congressman Kllls's bill provid
ing federal rk'ht ofwav lor a bridce
ncross the Columbia at Celllo, where
the Oregon Trunk Line will span
the river to connect with the North
Bank, passed the House of Repre
seutativps a few days ago. It Is
expected that earij action win oe
secured In the Senate, President
Stevens being hopeful of starting
work on the big steel structure
within n few weeks.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. COf . Prldnt B A, SATHIR. Vic PrlUnt
O. 8 HUDSON, Cathltr
OcplUlfullr paid ... 38,000
Stockholder' llabllllr i 2 6. 000
Surplut ..... S3.000
a PRINCIPAL FACTOR
Nine and io-luch envelopes, just
the thine for raailiuc or filing awaV
letral documents, for sale" at The
To be permanently successful and to bold the
confidence of the people, a Bank must be conservative.
Conservatism is and has been the controlling prin
ciple of this Bank since it was first established.
Note the large reserve wc always carry.
Accounts large or small solicited, with the assur
ance of prompt and courteous treatment. We offer
you every convenience and the benefit of ten years'
actual banking experience.
U. C COK K. A. SATHKR C. S. HUDSON
P. V. SMITH II. C. KLLIS
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. LET ME FIGURE ON
YOUR BILL. ,1 also carry in stock
Denatured Alcohol .
S. C. CALDWELL
A. D. Moe
New Suits Made to Order
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
In residence on Bond street formerly occupied by Mrs. C. D. Browa
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A
We have 16 such tracts at reasonable rate. If you care
for one of these choice tracts, buy at ouce, as they
are selling fast. DO YOU WISH
A 320-Acre Homestead,
irrigated or Timber Lands. -or
Choice Bend Property?
WR1TK YOUR 1NSURANCK with the strortRtfrt company on raclfic
Coast. Notary Public Work neat and accurate.
Central Oregon Realty
Wall Paper at
N. P. WE1DER
Cheapest and Rest Wall Paper Sara-
plcsJu the county. Get
Box 39. Bend, Oregon,
Now opeu for business. We
Near Pilot Butte Inn.
47tf Redmond, Oregon.