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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1910)
Always busy-but not too busy to extend a glad
hand to all the new comers to Bend. We are
always glad to welcome you and if we can be
of any assistance to you, its yours for the asking.
"THE BIG STORE."
"JS EXTEND to you personally an in
vitation to pay us a visit. We would
like to have your business, if, in your
judgment, our prices and our methods
justify it, but we wotdd like to meet you anyway.
Come in lets get acquainted it may do us
Come in and sec if we haven't a better store
and a better stock of goods than you expected to
fine 100 miles from it railroad.
Come in and sec if wc don't carry a better
quality of goods and a larger assortment than any
store in Crook county.
Come in and sec if wc don't take care of the
needs of the ladies just as well as wc do those of
the men. Wc want you to sec these things for
yourself be your own judge. WE know that
ours is "The Store of etter Values" and we want
you to know
it as well. So again we say to you pj
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Iavc your imlm with Nick Smith
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N. P. WEIDER
Cheapen and licit Wall rarer Sam-
pica lu the county,
Now open for business. Wc
Near Pilot Butte Inn.
Leave your .subscriptions for
ut the Library and let that
iiisuuuiou gee cue oeneui.
Cleveland's Baking Powder.
Get a classy hair-cut at In tics
Closing out our paint line at cost.
Mukkim. Drug Co.
Ou Monday afternoon A. M.
Drake left for Portland.
The exterior of the Pilot Butte
Inn is being entirely repainted.
Some good clean oats hay for
sale at &jo a ton. P. II. Dcnccr.
Wanticd Men to cut cord wood
in green timber. V. P. DowNiNO.
You'll feci ten years younger
after a shave ut Iuncn & David
The Men's Toggery is surely the
place to buy your men uud boys
Buy your paints at Merrill's
closing out sale and save retailers'
I.O.ST Cold pin, Rock ford Col
lege. Finder please return to A.
A. A. Aldrldgc nud Bill Brock
started from Bettd yesterday ou a
WANTED COKDWOOD, 4-foot
juniper, dry and green. W. P.
For sale bay gelding, 7 years
old, weight , 1000 lbs,, well broke
A, ut aiokkim..
W...1). West, U. S. Laud Com
mlssloncr at Silver Lake has re
signed Ills position.
The (O'Neil house, the first to be
built in! Deschutes addition, is now
The Bulletin has received n new
supply of high grade carbon paper,
blue, blkck. nud purple.
Spleiulid new maps of Central
Oregon Ifor sale at the Bulletin of
The best of good things to eat at
the Star Restaurant, next door to
Judge Kills is the latest addition
to the ranks of local auto owners.
He has pcrchased a Ford Run
about. P. J. Young, of Hartline, Wash
ington, has moved upon the old
Hills place, five miles north-east of
0. A. Thorson, from Portland,
will open a jewelry store in the
building occupied by Turplu and
For Salk. Pianos, one at Mrs.
15. R. Riley's, the other ut Sher
wood Bros., Redmond. Inquire at
either place. tf
For SAi.it 45 head of eood
range horses, also a fine Percheron
stallion at a bargain. Cady &
Gkkkino, Latdlaw, Or.
I havrt $20,000 private moaey to
loan on lien J real estate. It you want
to build, ceo me. C. S. HUDSON,
Ttio First National Hank, Bend, Or.
Wanthd Position as cook for
small outfit. Address Mrs, Hunt
ington, Bend, Oreg6n. Phone or
write care of F, A. Shouquest.
Barney Lewis ha takcu the con
tract for the interior decorating of
the Duster opera house. He is
engaged in painting the curtaiu.
Good 4-foot junior cordwood for
sale, at Long Butte Ranch; $3 at
ranch; board free while getting
wood. I.. A, Bkandknuuroii. 51I
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lara on
Monday returned from an "up
river" week-end holiday .at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hey
burn. L B. Bunnell of Seattle is in
Bend investigating agricultural
possibility. He expresses himself
as delighted with the country's
Wantkd, Span of young marcs,
weight about 1200. Also one rid-
ing pony. Inquire Anne barn, tf
Mrs. K, A. Knotts nrrlvcd last
Friday from Portland to make her
home here with her husband, who
recently purchased the Wra, Ar
Mr. and Mrs. IJ. N. Strong have
returned to Bend. Mr. Strong,
who has been much in Bend, is a
representative of the Oregon Life
French 81 Butts have just receiv
ed a complete stock of boys' shoes,
overalls, etc. Come in and let us
show you where you can save money
by patronizing us.
If you want to sell something
come around to The Bulletin office
and arrancc witii O. P. Putnam
who in local advertising agent for
the Portland Orcgonian.
SlLVJtK LACUU WYANIJOTTltg
Hggs for batching from pure bred
Silver Laced Wyandottes, $1.50
per netting, fair hatch guaranteed.
Mks. W. P. Downing, Bend.
C. A. Chapman has furnished
rooms in his building on the corner
of Wall and Minnesota streets.
Also a comfortable suite, well
adapted for either living or office
Aldridge and Hobbs have moved
into their new quarters in the Mut
zig building on Oregon street. It
is understood that a bakery and
restaurant will occupy the vacated
Blue prints of any township in
the Burns Land District showine
all laud entries, names, datts, etc.
Topography. Your order filled on
day of receiving. Price $1. J. C.
TOHNJtv, Burns, Or. 5U
For Salk. Several good sec
ondhand inch-aud-a-qttartcr and
inch buggies, and iuch-and-a-quar-ter
spring wagons. Good tut new.
Very cheap. Apply to Wcnandy
Livery Co., Bend, Oregon, tio-12)
Construction work on the new
postoffice building being erected
for John White by Sherritt & Ellis
is being pushed to completion. P.
O. Minor expects to move into his
new quarters in about two weeks.
For Salk. Lodging bouse,
own uulluing Co feet lone, rent of
ground $2 a month, 17 beds, etc,
everything new, best location in
Madras. Address P. II. Stephen
son, The Madras Rooming house,
The Rev. Mr. Mitchell will speak
in the church on Sunday at 1 1 a. m.
and at 7:45 p. m. The subject of
the morning sermon is announced
as "Sisters and Brothers" and that
of the evening "The Sword, its
Work and Doom."
The Hotel Bend has bad printed
some attractive new stationery of
notable advertising value. A col
umn of boosting matter, briefly set
ting forth Bend's possibilities, ap
pears on every sheet of writing
paper that leaves the hotel.
J. I. West returned from Red
mond Saturday night. "Dad" is
becoming one .of the most noted
bankers in the country. In Red
moud he was engaged In installing
the vault of the new bank there.
This is the eighth vault Dad has
Lost A team of, mares, about
850 weight. One grey, one bay.
Branded 8 on lelt shoulder. Both
have halters on. Lost six miles
east on Prineville road, bend in
formation to Bulletin office. $10
reward for recovery, Clarknck
V. Barto. lo-tf
The Big Hungry restaurant will
change its name and its location.
Hereafter the establishment will be
known as the Oklahoma Restaurant
and will occupy the John White
building. It is understood that
Mr. White's butcher busiucss will
be conducted from a wagon.
W. N. Brown and S. E. Roberts,
who hitherto have been -operating
iu connection with the Spanton Co.
of Portland iu their homestead lo
cating work, have severed their
connections with the Portland firm
and are working alone as the W.
N. Brown Co. Their office is iu
the addition to the old Herring
building on Wall street.
We have taken the agency for
Campbell's Scientific Farmer and
Campbell's Soil Culture Manual.
These two publications should be
in the bauds of every farmer in
this section. Some very good rates
cau be secured by new subscribers
by calling on us, We would be
pleased to send iu your subscription
lor you. Tmt Homk Land Co.
Ernest Rands of Oregon City
was in Bend this week on his way
to Fort Rock. He is a surveyor
and has contract for subdividing
township 26 uth, range 15 east,
He has just completed marking a
single mile of the line in Buck
Creek canyon, Sherman county,
which seems to have been over
looked when the survey of that
locality was made.
The Star Restaurant opens today,
For Salk A s-fach Sttide
baker wagon, &60, C. W. Allen,
Wantkd A man to cut wood
and do general work. Apply to
Mrs. A. M. Lara.
On Saturday, the 29th, High
School pupils will present a play
entitled "Halfback Sandy."
Mashed potatoes arc made whiter
and lighter by adding Cleveland's
Baking Powder before beating.
The Star Restaurant's new bake
oven is on the way and will be at
work soon. Good bread at fair
County Eighth Grade examina
tions were held last week at the
Bend school. Out of a class of
eleven ten passed.
It is rumored that the Hungry
Bachelor base ball team will have
another catch-as-catch-can game
with the Bend regulars next Sun
day, Found A small sorrel horse,
weight about 700, branded O. D
on right shoulder, btrayed onto
Davenport & Stanley ranch. Own
er may have by proving ownership
and paying keep. J. D. Sims.
Strayed or stolen from Kellam
ranch, 7 miles northeast ot Bend,
one dark brown mare, 7 years old;
weight 1,000 pounds, branded 70
on left shoulder, scar on right flank.
Had on a sileer bell and hobbles
when last seen. One light brown
gelding, 11 years old, branded B R
with the B reversed and connected
at the top with a slant E on right
stifle. Saddle marked. Had back
amore on when last seen. Suitable
reward for return or information.
8 9 II. E. Stkwart.
I HliMi ! Mil lii.il mii
I'or tfafld CapttotfMS are Bend VMtr.
S. Benson, A. S. Httm, K. K.
Coovert, J. , Ycoh, M. F. Bradv
and W. W, McKenzf of Portland
arc guests at the Pilot Butte Inn.
Mr. Benson is at the head of the
well known lumbering firm of the
Benson Logging Co. ad is cred
ited with being the heaviest indi
vidual timlicr holder in Oregon.
Yesterday the party was taken up
to Uenham Falls to sec the timber,
the river, and particularly to enjoy
a fihing holiday. All avow them
ttelves ardent Bend enthusiasts and
promise to return later in the sum
mer to spend a month here. Mr.
Coovert, who is an authority tipon
things piscatorial, and has been
closely identified with the Oregon
fish and game Jaw making, says
that Bend offers an ideal location
for a state hatchery, and promises
to use his influence in Interesting
the proper authorities in the mat
The Coraett Stage & StaWs Ce.
It's the mail line, the only direct
stage line from Shaniko to Silver
Lake, by the way of Prineville and
Bend. Stopover privileges and
tickets good until used.
H. M. COOK
New M PriMTilk.
DON'T FORGET THAT
HE IS ALWAYS READY
TO GIVE PROMPT AT
TENTION TO ORDERS
FROM BEND PEOPLE.
A handsome black Bclgian-Per-cheron
stallion, will make the sea
son at the Aune barn ia Scad.
TERMS: $12.5013 issre; s
on, $8.00. Payment due whea
mare is known to be with foal.
Care will be taken to avoid acci
dents but responsible for none.
RALPH DUNN, Owner.
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Commences April First. We
carry a full line of the very best
Big new shipment just is.
Flics, Leaders, etc.
S. C. Caldwell
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Star Restaurant and Bakery
Meals Served at Regular Hours will install bake
oven and do general bakery business.
E. MONCRI EF " next " niku0
J. rcscription zJjruqgists
Soda Fountain Sttttatory
Ice Cram Fine new line of Fishing Tackk
SILVERWARE AND JEWELRY
DON'T FOROET THE BIQ PIANO PRIZE CONTEST
Merrill Drug Company diSsior:
All Spring Samples Now Here
That Yeu Can Depend O
to look nice, to hang well, wear well and give yea value tueeivttl
for what you pay for it. Come look over the Samples;
A. D. MOE, The Tailor.