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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1910)
My Freighter Got In
l'rom Hlianlko and brought with lilm n full
supply of BUILDHRH' IIARDWARK for
my More. I am now icncJy to All your
oitlctH. Another shipment of
U on the way from Shaniko lo Rend. I
Intend to keep the InillileiM of Itnul fully
supplied with all they need. Kvtuvmhcr me
N. P. SMITH
Mutzljr Building Wall Street
THE NEW STORE
IN THK TMII'LCTT IIUILDINQ
THe Men's Toggery
OF ALL KINDS
A SPECIALTY. COME IN and SEE OUR
SHOES AND HATS
Our Stock Is New and Rapidly KulurKiiiK Prices arc Moderate.
Wll Street FRENOH & BUTTS Dirnd, Or..
Do you want a Homestead
n Fertile Central Oregon
I can locate you on some of the lct wheat lutid in
thin part of the Mute, in the very section into
which Hill and Ilarritnau nre building their
rullroad., I also have for Hale
Raw and Improved Farm Lauds, Irrigated Lands
and City Property
INVEST NOW and net In on the ground floor
ahead of the railroads.
DESCHUTES REALTY COMPANY
M J. M OK K I SON
Radcliffe Bros. Auto Co,
Between Shaniko and Bend and All Interior
Points of Central Oregon.
Address: lADCLIlTE BROS. AUTO CO., Bed, Oregon.
Now Cars 40 Horsepower Velio Reliable Orlvars
BuvTTte .. G
1 HfT I lmm 'V I A
Commence! April Plrst. Wc
carry a full line of the very best
Mr new tihipmcut just in. Rod,
l'llc.i, Leaders, etc.
S. C. Caldwell
P EVERYTHING for the fisherman.
For Sale Hkkh for scitttiK, front I Nine and loinch envelopes, just
registered Hamburgh liens; 14 cbr right for filing nwny or mailing lc
for $1.00 J. I WitST. Mend luitl documents, for sale at this office.
Lots on the market now at $ 1 25.
Best Residence Section, but speculation offered in or about Bend.
The KbWood Company
Will and Minnesota Streets
jui r nnrtiii'm'i.Tj,ifiri" i rriiriu
City Dray continually drawing
I'ine needle and tin caun a spec
laity. CiTV HAV.
For building plans of all descrip
tion nee C. II. Kills. 3-5
Host or West Hit the besf. Clevc
land's Making I'owdcr.
A. L. Goodwilllc left Sunday
morning for lift home in Chicago
Two-year-old apple trees 15c
each, 1350 jcr ioo.IIowamu
Sl'ININO. 2 41
Summer hart came. If you need
any proof go to Merrill's and try
the ice cream.
II, C. Harney, brother of Mrs
Main of lieud, died at The Dulles
T, L. Harris of Rclllut'ham. has
just arrived in Rend, and will make
his home here.
The City Dray will move any
thing front a mustard seed to a
The Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell
will preach at morning and evening
service next Sunday.
Wantkd A man to clean and
rake lawn, etc , Mvcral day'n work.
MK8. A. M. Laua.
II, A. Berk man returned Sunday
evening from a ten days trip to
Portland, and Aberdeen, Wash.
I am now located in Rend and
am prepared to do contracting and
building C. II. Ki.us. 52-3
lite witatsocvcr will give an
April Fool Dime Social u Mrs.
Wlcsts on the evening of April 1
The Wcuandy.RUntcti Auto Co.
has incorporated attd changed its
title to the Central Orcgou Auto
Dr. U. C. Coc left this morning
on a short business trip to Portland.
During his absence Dr. Fcrrcll will
care for his practice.
Next week marks the opening of
the fishing season. Licenses may
be obtained from the local deputy
warden, H. J. Ovcrturf.
The Inttes and Davidson barber
shop bus moved three feet to the
south. Rut their shaves and hair
cuts arc as good as ever.
Rend now has the second largest
bank in Crook county. Not long,
now, until wc have the largest
bank as well as the greatest town.
For Sale 40 acres choice land
on main road 4 miles south of
Redmond, in Forked Horn flat
Cheap if sold soon. A. W. Jamks,
WANTKD Man to take con
tract for clearing and seed! tie 30 to
60 acres near Rend. Chaklks P.
Hakkis, 803 Lowman Bldg.,
Seattle, Washington. 3.3
Hereafter the Rend Library will
be on The Bulletin's sulncriplion
list. Strangers and residents too
jKxir or too "mean" to subscribe,
will find copies there.
Lost Saturday the I3th, a dark
navy blue checked lining double
cape to storm coat. Lost on the
Redmond road from Rend. Finder
please leave at Bulletin office.
J N. Masten, of the Masten
Lumber Co of Rosland, reports a
record business. He is buying
new machinery and generally cn
larging the equipment of his plant.
Ask your grocer for the 3lb. and
5 Hi. cans ol Cleveland's linking
Powder. They have the screw top
metal handle under regular cover
Always air tight and useful when
Relinquishment for sale. 1 Go-
acre dry MMulug relinquishment,
springs on laud, part can be irri
gated, no frost, near railroad, Mad
ras country. Inquire "II," Bulle
Don't forget that Tunc 1st is the
date when the contest for that $300
piano at the Merrill Drug Store
closes. A few votes now may dc
cidc the issue, so hurry and make
i dSVl'lll'li ' -' 1 1" -' - - mi'.
Property holders arc hereby noti
fied that all rubbish and debris col
lected conveniently to the streets
will be removed by the city without
charge. Try to clean your lots up
by next Monday and the citv will
do the rest. C. W. Mjihkiu..
" " '""i in nt iiminiit Tti
WANTKD CORDWOOD, about
400 cords of 4-foot juniper, dry and
green; also about 400 cords of 4 -foot
green sawed pine, all 10 Ik- deliver
ed at I he Pioneer Wood Yard, Lytic.
W. P. Downing.
Will Wilson came in with one of
RadclifTe's Vclles Sunday afternoon.
He will return to Portland tomor
row. He reports his Union county
Irrigation project as nearly closed,
the finishing touches now being
given in New York.
KXCIIANOK I want lo ex
change real estate on Puget Sound
or bonds on Seattle buildings for a
tract of irrigated land near Rend.
Land need not be p-oved up on.
Clvc legal description and full par
ticulars Address, Rox 203, Marys-
vine, Wash. 1-3
A party composed of ex-Senator
K. M. Rands aud daughter, of Van
couver, Wash., and Fred F. White
and diuuhtcr and son, Miss Jean
and Norman, of Oregon City, passed
through Rend this week to the
Christmas Lake country where all
but Mr. Rands have homesteads.
Louisa, wife of Richard Kine.
died in Burnett county, Wis.. Feb
ruary 3i, aged 64 years. She had
been with her children there since
she left Rend last year. The
youngest son of the family, Percy
King, aged 30 years, died there
just four days, to the hour, before
LOST Grey horse, about 1200 1
weight, branded on right shoulder I
with blurred "H." Ray mare'
branded Hrcle bar on left hip, same
weight, scar on right hind foot.
Roth unshod. Strayed from mile
north of Pilot Rutte ranch. Ten
dollars reward for information lead
ing to their recovery. Notifv Aune
Raru Jui.tt'5 Pktkrson, Rend.
Kvidcntly the Sprlnc Fever, or
something akin to it, has ,got into
itte oiooct o! urotuer Shaw. At all
events, sundry promising piles of
lumber have made their anncarancc
on his lot opposite the Hotel Rend,
and alter a winter of waiting it be
gins to look as if the promised em
porium was about to spring into
being. The building next to the
I tines & Davidson barber shop is
well under way, the new stores op
posite the post office are being occu
pied. Nick Smith announces the
immediate erection of a store build
ing and well, everyone in Bend's
a-utnidtng, and the sound of the
carpenter's hammer has completely
drowned that of the knocker.
Uend lUnk's Birthday.
On March 20th the First National
Bank of Rend was a year old, for
on that date the new institution
took over the affairs of the Central
Oregon Ranking and Trust Co. A
comparison of the figures indicative
of the batik's business when it en
tered the ticld and now offers the
lcst evidence of its prosperous
growth, one that may fairly be said
equally to indicate the growth of
A year ago the bank had 173
depositors and $21,000 in deposits.
Today there ore 506 accounts and
180,000 in deposits In the hands
of 318 persons are f 85,000 in loans,
leaving an amount on band far in
excess of the Government require
Shidcland Wonder Seed Oats.
We have 1500 bushels of the
above choice oats for sale, at 354c
per pound. The oats arc pure and
strictly free from all foul seed, and
are smut proof.
Haled Oat Straw
for sate, of choice quulity. Phone
from any place or address i-1 1
SiutKWOOD Rkos , Redmond. Or.
Forty acres of laud" four miles
southeast of Rend. Fully paid up
water right in the Arnold Irrigation
Company. For articulars write
to I'll imp A. Fkakcis,
ion Wilson St ,
,S3tf Hood River, Or.
is the place
to buy your meats.
REND LODGK No. 139
A. F, & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on or
before the full moon of each
month. Visiting brothers
List yotir Timber Lands
with tis quick. We have cus
Wc can locate you on the
Choicest Homestead Lands in
Central Oregon. Satisfaction
List your Farm Lands 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 in this line.
The Home Land Company
W. W. ORXUTT, Manager.
J. H. WENANDY
F. L. BUNTEN
Automobile Stage Company
between Shaniko, Madras, Redmond and Bend and all
interior points. For further information write
Wenandy-Bunten Auto. Co.,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
A Small Piece of Money Goes a Long Way at
Our Store In Buying Anything In the line of
We always carry a complete stock and can fill your wants. In the
Dry Goods Line
we have an exceptionally good stock, and invite an inspection of
same. You will be satisfied with your purchases if you do your
trading at our store. Come see us. We will treat you right.
E. A. SATHER
A. D. Moe
New Suits Made to Order
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
In residence on Bond street formerly occupied by Mrs. C. D. Brown
FOUR HORSE LIVERY.
Bend Livery, Feed & Stable Co.
J. H. WENANDY, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF LIGHT AND HEAVY
Also HAY, OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT. CHOP WHEAT,
BRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
All Orders promptly Delivered. Order by Pkonc-No. 18.
Horses Bought and Sold. Light aad twavy Hotsm fer Sat.
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