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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1910)
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"THE Bid STORE" wants all the
Ranch Butter and Fresh Eggs
obtainable, and will pay the highest market prices
for the same. We have some large contracts for
these articles and can use all you bring in. We
will either pay cash or trade to suit the customer.
Bring all your produce to
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J REMEMBER, TUB
Commence Anrit I'lrst. Wc
$' carry n full line of the very best
& Big new shipment just in. Rods,
flics, Leaders, cic.
S. C. Caldwell
"I EVERYTHING for the rishcrwwi.
Star Restaurant and Bakery
IS NOW OPEN
Meals Served at Regular Hours-will install bake
oven and do general bakery business.
lloml St., next to llullctln Office,
All Spring Samples Now Here
That You Can Depend On
to look nice, to hang well, wear welt ami give you value received
for what you jwy for it. Come look over the Samples.
A. D. MOE, The Tailor.
ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD?
If so, remember that wc can do your construction
cheaply, quickly and well,
Ellis-Sherriit Construction Company
Fresh and Cured Meats on Hand at all Times.
CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE.
for every use.
ly full. Two
MURfHY, GRAMS Cfc
Llnster'a Opera J louse is being
The Iiulletin wants your sub
Juuipcr Posts I'or Sale. Eu
quire Ilcnd Townsite Co.
Shaves and hair-cuts, where?
Why, nt Iuness & Davidson's.
Some good clean oats hoy for
sale at $30 a ton. P. II. Dcucer.
Get your typewriter ribbons and
carbon paper at the Bulletin office.
Cooks who make the best pie
crust use Cleveland's Baking Pow
lid. Ilalvcrson has taken con
tract to clear a mile of O. T. right-of-way.
Eon SAuc A 3'inch Stude
bakcfV wagon, $60. C. V. Allen,
WANTED CORDWOOD. 4-foot
juniper, dry and green. W. P.
The best of good things to eat at
the Star Restaurant, next door to
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lara left on
a ten-days' business visit to Port
land on Sunday.
Douglas Garduer, who has been
absent in Portland for ten days, re
The Whatsoever will meet at
Mrs. Seller's Friday afternoon.
O'Donncll Bros, have opened
their new butcher shop on Wall
street near the posloflicc.
Splcudid new maps of Central
Oregon for sale at the Bulletin of
fice. Mailed for 50 cents.
Wantkd. Span of young mares,
weight about 1 200. Also one rid
ing pony. Inquire Auue bam. tf
Fifty feet of sidewalk has been
constructed in front of the Shaw
buildiug opposite the Hotel Bend.
The Star Bakery has erected a
small building iu the rear of its es
tablishment to accommodate a bake
Exchanok. Will exchange first
class uutomobile at yt cost for local
realty of same value. Inquire Bul
letin office, it
A bird in the hand Is worth three
in the bush. A shave at Inncss
& Davidson's in worth a dozen
Excellent photographs of the
Bend school pupils and teachers
are on sale at Kelley Bros.' confec
Today Nick Smith moved his
stock of builder's supplies across
Wall street into his new store next
Fok SAMt 45 head of pood
range hor&es, also a Sue Percheron
stallion at a bargain. CADY &
Gkkkino, I.aidlaw, Or.
Mrs. Bess T. Baker took the,
prize as best pastry cook in Crook
county. She always uses Cleve
land's Baking Powder.
Miss Wiest and Miss Richardson
entertained their pupils and par
ents as well as the school board at
Miss Wiesi's residence.
Williams Bros, have bought out
Aldridge & Hobba and are now
operating the uear beer and pool
room in the Mutzig buildiug.
Both the Pilot Untie Inn, the
building occupied by Rowlcc's
bowling nllcy, and the Hotalliug
buildiug have been repainted,
Wantkd Position as cook for
small outfit. Addr Mrs, Hunt
ington, Bend, Oregon. Phone or
write Care of F. A. Shonqucst.
Good 4-foot junlcr cordwood for
sale, at Long Butte Ranch; $3 at
ranch; board free while getting
wood.- L. A. Bkandundukom. 5tf
LosTLnrge grey cot, slightly
stripped. Male. Possibly in
neighborhood of Lytic. Liberal
reward. Inquire at Bulletin office.
B. R. Benson, of Seattle, is in
Bend lor a visit of indefinite length.
Mr. Benson came here at the in
stance of F. W, Graham, of the
Plat books, individual plats,
"agents authority to sell" blanks
and rent books for sale at Bulletin
office. Also typewriter ribbons
and carbon paper.
If you want to sell something
come around to The Bulletin office
and arrange with G. P. Putnam
who in local advertising agent for
the Portland Orcgonian.
Last Wednesday evening the
Bachelor Girl gave & dinner party
in hour of Miss Ruth Reid at the
home of Mrs L. D. Wiest. Dinner
was served on the veranda.
Tlir Whatsoever gave a most
successful ofternoon and evening
entertainment yestcrd&y sn the
lawn of the Mutzig home. Straw
berries and ice cream were served.
C. A. Chapman has furnished
rooms in his building on the corner
of Wall and Minnesota streets.
'Also a comfortable suite, well
adapted for cither living1 or office
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Rogers re
cently from Los Angeles, have
come in to take up residence on their
160 acre of ditch land north of
Bend. Mr. Rogers is a cousin of
Mrs. C. O. T. Williams and faer
daughter, Mrs. C. G. Miller of Or
egon City, who have been visiting
at J. M. Lawrence's, left this morn
ing for home. Mr. Miller returned
home last week.
Blue prints of any township in
the Burns Land District showing
all land entries, names, datt-s, etc.
Topography. Your order filled on
day of receiving. Price $i.J. C.
Tuxnky, Burns, Or. 5U"
For Salk. -Several good sec
ondhand inch-and-a-quarter and
inch buggies, and inch-and-a-quar
ter spring wagons. Good as new.
Very cheap. Apply to Wenandy
Livery Co., Bend, Oregon. (10-12)
Found A small sorrel h'orse,
weight about 700, branded O D
on right shoulder. Strayed onto
Davenport & Stanley ranch. Own
er may have by proving ownership
and paying keep. J. D. Sims.
Copies of special Central Oregon
Edition of the Portland Chamber of
Commerce Bulletin, containing,
mauv articles upon this scc'.n as
well as a valuable map, are now on
sale at the Bulletin office, at, 25
For Salb. Lodging house,
own buildiug 60 feet long, rent ol
ground $2 a month, 17 beds, etc.,
everything new, best location in
Madras. Address P. II. Stephen
son, The Madras Rooming house,
E. S. Isaacs, the well known
flour mill nan of Walla Walla, has
been in Bend for the last week
Mr. Isaacs, has purchased some
property here and intends to re
turn in a few weeks, when further
announcement of his plans will be
Lost A team of mares, about
850 weight. One grey, one bay.
Branded 8 on lett shoulder. Both
have halters on. Lost six miles
east on Prineville road. Send in
formation to Bulletiu office. $10
reward for recovery. Cirisnck
V. Barto. 10-tf
No quorum w&s present at the
meeting of the Bend Library Club
yesterday. The next regular meet
ing will be held on Tuesday, the
14th of June, The president, Mrs.
F. F. Smith, wishes the ladies to
remember the date apd attend with
out further notice.
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UNEQUALED BUYS IN
Five-Acre Tracts Adjoining Bend, at Reoft
Close In On Easy Tcrma.
Do You Wish a
We Can Locate You on Same.
Do You Wish to
BE INSURED ;:
In the Best Insurance Companies? We represent them.
We also handle Mining Stock, do Notary Work,
Central Oregon Realty
Wall Street, BEND, OREGON
aMER MSW0NER, Fres. 9. L BgiWN, Vtcrtmftst
fi. 9. MAftKEL Sk. Tress.
How About Your Shoes?
If you need any
HAS THEM FOR YOU.
Big Cut in Prices
20 per cent off
$2.00 Boys' shoes, row - $1.60
$3.50 Boys' high top shoes $3.00
$2.25 Boys' shoes, now - $1.?5
$8.00 Cowboy boots, now $7.oo
Full Line of Bvckinsfcam & Hcht Shorn
Gotzian and Goodman.
Closing out Dougherty & Hthlan Sko Stock.
Ladies' and Men's Linen Dusters
$2.00 and $2.50
Shirts and Summer Underwear
65c grade at 50c
Comforts, $2 and $2.75
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE itfN
Tab!e;atwayuppl!ed wtyh tho bestlhat the town afford.
Neat and Cemfertable Rooms. ' JKND, Oxhook
AVriieiAg ift The BuIktiR brings rasuks.
Test it yourself s4 kv &.