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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1910)
o you want a Homestead
in Fertile Central Oregon
I cnu locntc you on some of (he bent wheat laud lit
thin part or (lie Mate, lu tlic very section Into
which Hill mid Htirrimnii arts bulldliii their
railioadi, I also hnvc for sale
law and Improved Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands
and City Property
INVItST NOW nuil Ret In on the ground floor
nhcml of the nillroiulH.
DESCHUTES REALTY COMPANY
M. J. M OK HI SON
Radcliffe Bros. Auto Co.
Between Smniko and Bend and All Interior'
Points of Central Oregon.
Address: IAKUFFE EROS.. AUTO CO., tad, OrigM.
iNow Cars 40 Horsepower Voile Rellablo Drivers
THE NEW STORE
IN THE TRimJOT I1UILOINU
We Men's Toggery
OF ALL KINDS
A SPECIALTY. COME IN and SEE OUR
SHOES AND HATS
U Stock is New and Rapidly KulnrKinfr. Prices ore Moderate.
W.IIStr.M FRENOH & BUTTS Bond, Ore.
Jill. Wcnnndy mid I, V. Woke I The City Dray will move any
t left for Seattle Sunday raoru thin- from n mustard ttecd to a
le jjonc n week. ' thrcshluu encine
Pine needles mid tin cans a stwc
llnlty. City Duav.
Mrs, II. K. Allen yesterday en
tertalued the Drldgc CI til).
II. A. Hcrkmnn left Monday for
a business trip to Portland,
D. L. McKay came in from Port
land Monday and will spend some
x Wantkd A man to clean and
rake lawn, etc., several day's work.
Mks. A. M. LAHA.
Miss Marion Lawrence enter
tained a score of her school friends
at a dunciug party last Friday
A "sunset supper" this afternoon
on Lara's lawn is the latest social
Kalcty. The school teachers are to
be the hostesses.
The Odd I'cllows will meet in
Triplelt Hall on Saturday night,
March 30. for the nurtKe ol organ
king a local lodgd.
Dop't forget that Innes & David
son fa the place to et shaved the?
fine spring days. New aad better
equipment every week.
Mrs. C. A. Jones is now in Chi
cago, on her way from Florida
back home to liend, where the ex
pects to arrive early in April.
The Buckley Express Company
has Inaugurated a direct expresx
service between Shanlko and llcnd
They wade their initial trip Monday.
A. M. Lara left on Tuesday for a
two weeks business trip to Portland
for the purpose of making extensive
stock purchases for Ills culargcd
A M. Drake and Frank Robert
son were expected to leave Port
land today for Bend, probably driv
ing an auto through from The
Eight days hence a regular auto
mobile mail schedule will go into
effect between Bend and Prineville,
two 7-passenger Mitchells going on
For Sale tq acres choice land
on main roau 4 'A miles sautn ot
Redmond, in Forked Horn flat
Cheap if sold soon. A. W. Jamks,
Susanville, Calif. .
Dr. B. Fcrrell, who left Bend
some eight months ago, has re
turned and is at the Hotel Ifcnd
Dr. Fcrrell, it is understood, will
resume his practice.
City, Dray continually drawing.
For Sn'lc Kggs for setting, from
registered Hamburgh hens; 14 eggs
forpt.oo J. I. WnsT, Bend.
Theodore Post has leased his
ranch in 15-11 to Kmory II. Felly,
who has 'also bought Mr. Post's
team, Mr. Post will for the pres
ent make headquarters at Laidlaw.
The "What-so-cvcrs" will meet
with Mrs. W. B. Sellers Friday,
March 18th, at 2 p. m. It is very
desirous that all members, and
their friends, be present. Strangers
are especially welcome.
John Ilulbgretsc and W. H.
Smith of North Yakima arrived in
Bend last Friday having driven
from Yakima in n little over two
weeks. Mr. Huibprelse owns a
"forty" nine miles cast of Bnd.
S A. Dutt has just completed a
house for J J. Cavepdcr of Seattle
on the' latter's quarter section of
irrigated land four miles east of
town on the Prlnevillc road. Mr.
CaVcnder and his family will move
into their new home about April
George J. Hall, formerly local
maucger for the Pacific Slates
Telephone Co. at Oregoa City and
Corvallls, arrived in Bead last
week and has taken charge for the
present of the restaurant in the old
poitofficc building near the Pilot
KVCMTANflRT want in .
rlianf i- ri-al rtttnlt no Pnvrt SstiinH
or bonds on Seattle buildings for a
tract or irrigated land near Bend.
I .n ml nerd not Im nnt.'i-H tin mi.
Give legal description and full par
ticulars. Address, Box 202, Marys
vitle, Wash. 13
Presidential elections pale to in
significance'beside that in progress
for the ownership of the piano at
the Merrill Drug Company's estab
lishment. As it now stands the
school has 17,956 votes, A. A.
Aldridge .4.59. and Dr. U. C.
The past week has seen many
changes and improvements in the
appearance of (be Frst National
Bank. The spacious room in the
rear of the main office has been
papered, painted and equipped witb
n lianusomc set ot omce lurnltnre.
The office itself has been thoroughly
renovated under the bands of Nick
Welder, and now is tsost attractive
in its fresh trimming.
Let us figure witb you on neat
and time-saving job work.
,JfB& List- yeur Timber Land
wKn wiUimw quick." "We'lsav &m-
M?ie waiting.'' v' .
We can leeate typa on the
Choicest Homestead Lanes in
Central Oregon. SatWfcctien
List your Farm Lamk,.with
. us. Our list is good now; but
we desire to increase it. We
have plenty of buyers coming.
Wc have call for' all kinds
of City Property and Acre
age. Let us know what you
have ha this line.
The Home Land Company
W. W. OR.CUTT, Manager.
A Large Shipment of "
Doors, Windows. Rutter Rooting
and a full line of everything yoa saay Med '"
for that new baiWisg yon attend to mK tip
this spring. LET ME FIGURE OK
YOUR BILL. I also carry Meek
S. C. CALDWELL
Homegrown one and two-year
old fruit trees for sale. Howard
Spiniog, Bend, Or. 40tf
I an sow located ia Bead awl
an pefareji to de pantraatjjfjwtd.
b1kilH--C. H. Ktxia.' 52-3",
"The STORE OF BETTER VALUES"
WE HAVE been told, ninny times by our friends mid customers that ours was decidedly "THE STORE OF BETTER, VALUES." Our values ARE better be
cause our rapidly incrciLsing business makes it possible to sell goods on a smaller margin of profit. No store lu Central Oregon can show the remarkable mcfeaae
in business that we have hud during the past year. And no business increases a hundred percent., as ours has, without some very good reason. "BETTER VALUES'' k
one of our good reasons. There are othersbut wc want you to conic to the store and find out for yourself what they are. A store that is modern, clean, well orgwuiaed 4
tnd well arranged is waiting for you. Ours is the only "SATISFACTION-GUARANTEED-GIt-MONEY-IM CK" store in Crook County. ... . . , ,1
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THE BIG STORE
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THrE STORE OF BETTER VALU
Some "Better Value" Prices.
GlnhHms llenutllul colors for spring. Over 75 patterns to
select from, stripes, checks, plaids and plain colors. gr
PUR YARD..... . .'.. 1 - i5C
French Ginghams A very ftae giagkam,-checks, small
plaids uud plain colors. You needn't be- afraid ef jn
woshing these goods. And the price Is, PKR YARD, OUt
Curtain Good8 Ah entirely new line. Swims, Madras,
yard:.z:..hZ : .!: 15c, 20c, 25c
Laces and Embroidery Dajitticatpaite'nis you ev.r saw
and in sets, wide and narrow lace' and it sertion to match'. We
can sur.tiy give yotf "Better VtUHe-'aei uN -r -
Comforters Pure white caft?dc )ttp,UcHcd and hand
nea HiiKOiiue cover (C" r ,
Cotton Blnnkets--lUill size, heavr
at per pair $1.35. Kxtra hcayyriy ajaJ
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AftPi whte nA 8ray
Our liae ef seeds that year, is exceptionally, clean and pure.
We did net buy aaytking but the very bcs.t rccleaned sveds
You may buy seeds under the same name at the same price but
you wont get the "Valu" that we efler you. v
Mammoth Red Clover extra choice per lb 2ic
Red Clover recleaned, choice, 0 Pr Ut 22C
Alfalfa extra ckk Dry Land, per Hx a 25 C
White Cloyer extra caoke for lawns" perlb..,...., 30c
.Timothy extra cheiee and very cleaa per lb 12C
SpultZ extra choice, limited quaatity' only, Q per b, 10c
Onion Sets the very best perpeund .15c
And GARDEN SEEDS'
anything you, want, BeU, Teas,r Onions, Radish, Parsnip,
Turuip, QrroW,i4c, CoWiu early so that If we'stiouldh't
uayjwhat,yoit wait we cau ordei it for you.
Work Shirts Plate attd fency ckevieta, heavy Mack, awl
white drill, black sateeB, 50 Mfefet stytea shw j twc. Afin
in stock. The "Better VaW kiad. eack
Soft Shirts in light coWrs awl Swwy
Paacy Madras, Sateens, etc. 35 diff.stylea -tr, xA at (f
4odo. in stock, "Uetter Valaea" atea. tH- lv 'iW
Corduroy Pants A fie wale Heavy cwtlwejr, cat" W
toms. Hap pockets. A refjHlar W.SO.valae, Tk sr
"Better Value" price i. pecpak.. , $00
Men's Hose Plaia bkek, w taa, faaey lace aad eaabfoklery,
and plain red, blue or sray. The j. y- r y
"Better Value1' prkea are, per pair 1W AfV, Why ". tffVj mm
Pig Skin Gloves J ,tke thiu to kaadkrw aai
Kage brush. Tough aad streag aad cheap. Oaly, .
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