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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1910)
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"THE STORE OE BETTER VALUES" offers
you some Exceptionally Good Things in
Look these over and compare prices and quality with what you
have been gutting and see if they are not "Better Values." We
have a fine new Hue of Pillows at prices that will sell them quick.
Hen I'cntlicr I'lllows, nd ones for the
money jcr pair $1.25
Mixed Duck I'callicrtv it liltlc bolter, nt
per pair $2.25
AA Goose Feather Pillows, fine value, at
1'cr pair $4.50
Sanitary Down Pillows, the very best,
at per pair $6.50
Pine white or gray cotton, extra, larc ni.c
just the thliiK for .lumincr per pair $1.35
Ilrowu onc.t, a little heavier than the white,
per pair. $1.50
All Wool gray blankets just the thing
for summer camping per pair... $5.00
llrown or gray ones, heavier than the $$
blankets per pair $6.00
Wc have In stock the (test ami most complete line of Comforts ever kept in a Crook
county store, at prices to suit all pockrtbooks.
Pine ones at
The Hest at $3.00
Hie same- condition as regards Tj
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Good ones for $2.00
Better ones for $2.25 aild $2.50
"REDDYSODE 3-!OUND COTTON BATTS AH sewed and ready-just
as large as a full sized comfort, at $1.25
Look these prices over carefully and then come to the store and examine the goods
and be convinced that these nrc exceptional values
values will'bc found in every department of
THE BIO STORE
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Jkok nice, to hang well, wear well and give you value received
for what you pay for it. Come look over the bamplcs.
A. D. MOE, The Tailor.
ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD?
), If so, remember that we can do your construction
a cheaply, quickly and well.
JlUNGAI.OW BUILDING KSTIMATKS FURNISHKD
w0xt Specially. on Request.
? Ellis-Slierrilt Construction Company
' Detid, Oregon
Frosh and Cured Meats on Hand at all Times.
CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE.
There Is One Sure Way to Win Suc
cess in Your Business Venture
Advertise It in TTe Bulletin.
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
J.J. Wilt of Sisters was a Bend
Get your hair cut and let Inncs
& Davidson do the job.
Some good clean oats hay for
sale at $30 a ton. P. H. Deuccr.
I.OST Huuch of keys. Finder
please return to The Bulletin office.
Lara will pay good prices for all
the rauph butter and eggs he can
Wantkd Wood for oven and
cook stove. Star Bakery, Bond
the Star Restaurant,
Wantkd Cook on ranch 15
miles cast of Bend. Address M
C. Miller, Bend. 15.16
Wantkd Wish to buy a second
hand rifle, 30.10 or larger. In
quire Bulletin office. it
Splendid new maps of Central
Oregon for sole at the Bulletin of
flee. Mailed for 50 cents.
The Mutzig buildings on the
corner of Oregon and Wall and on
Oregon street are being painted.
An ordinary shave makes you
feel fine. A shave nt limes &
Davidson's is worth two ordinal)
Lara has takcu some big con
tracts for the delivery of butter and
eggs. He will pav good prices for
all he cau get.
Let it go down in history that
the first plate glass front In Bend
is in the new hardware store of
Miss Angeline Young goes to
Prineville next week to attend the
summer school there, preparatoiy
to undertaking teaching next year.
Miss Tot Tbggart, formerly a
teacher in Portland Business Col
lege, has taken u position ns steuo.
grapher nt the First National Bank.
Fou Sai.h One Economy Chief
Separator, medium size. Oue
Single Section, harrow. One u
Inch plow. Address P, C. B. care
Hast or West It is the best. Cleve
land's Baking Powder.
The Rev. J. A. Mitchell will con
duct the ustinl morning and eve
ning services in the church s-xt
Pint books, individual plats,
"agents authority to sell" blanks
and rent books for sale at Bulletin
office. Alw) typewriter ribbons
and carbon paper.
Leaving Prineville at 2:25 p. in.
last Thursday, Frank Robertson
ran liis !car to Grass Valley that
night, and reached The Dalles 10
a. m. Friday morning.
Frank Rowlce now has charge of
tlic express business of the Cornctt
Stage Co. His office will be in the
quarters hitherto occupied by the
lilg Hungry restaurant.
Tom Triplctt has had his res!
elence on Ohio street painted. The
improvement adds greatly to the
appearance of Mr. Triplctl's place
and to the adjacent property.
George Hobbs, who recently sold
out his interests in the firm ol Al
drich and Hobbs, will open a con
fectionery and near-beer establish
ment in the old Grant building.
Ask your grocer for the yu and
5-lb. cans of Cleveland's Baking
Powdct. They have the screw top
metal handle under regular cover,
Always air tight and useful when
A. B. Buck left Bend last week
for Portland in his automobile to
be there during the Rose Carnival.
White in Portland Mr. Buck will
have his car overhauled and put in
Blue prints of any township in
the Burns Land District sbowinc
all land entries, names, datts, etc.
Topography. Your order filled on
day of receiving. Price $1.- -J. C.
TouNitv, Burns, Or. 5tf
Found A small sorrel horse,
weight about 700, branded O. D
on right shoulder. Strayed onto
Davenport & Stanley ranch. Own
er may hove by proving ownership
and paying keep. J. D. Sims.
J. A. Eastes, who represents the
M. E. Thompson Co. here, has
purchased a handsome buggy, with
which he both shows prospective
buyers lands and keeps in connec
tion with his homestead west of
the river a mile from town, where
he is busy "proving up."
J. D. Gibson, fomerly a rancher
near Laldlaw, has disposed of bis
property there to Dee Howard of
Koseburg, for whom J. M. Law
rence is agent. Mr. Gibson was
at the ranch a week or ten days
disposing of personal property
He was in Bend yesterday on his
way home to Ashland, driving a
team via Klamath Falls.
El wood W. Roberts has taken
contract to furnish hay and grain
tor the Oregon Trunk railway build
ers between Madras and Klamath
Agency this year. Four hundred
tons of this ycai's crop of hay
have already been sold to the rail
road people, who are a trifle back
ward about getting teams in before
the new crop is ready, nearly all
the old crop having been used already.
UNEQUALED BUYS IN
Five-Acre Tracts Adjoining Bend, at Reason
Close In On Easy Terms.
Do You Wish a
We Can Locate You on Same.
Do You Wish to
In the Best Insurance Companies? We represent them.
We also handle Mining Stock, do Notary Work
Central Oregon Realty
Wall Street, BEND, OREGON
ELMER MSWONGER, Pres. D. E BROWN, Yke-PresMt
6. 6. MARKEL, Sec Treas.
How About Your Shoes?
If you need any
HAS THEM FOR. YOU.
Big Cut in Prices
20 per cent off
$2.00 Boys shoes, now - $1.60
$3.50 Boys' high top shoes $3.00
$2.25 Boys' shoes, now - $1.?5
This new Winchester
shoots a heavier bullet
and hits a harder blow
than any other recoil
operated rifle mads. It
is more powerful than
tho .30 Army, of big
came hunting fame. The
loading and firing of this
riflo ore controlled by
tho trlggor finger. It
.HITS LIKE THE HAMMER Of THOB
SffU tor Utatlralti rif color IMt
ductal thlt in rllli wklc
hit ilrtnft and powtr plat.
New lUito, (Van, U. S, A.
Leave your subscriptions for
at the Library and let that
institution get the benefit,
Closing out Dougherty & Pithian Shoe 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 INN
Tabla always supplied with tho bast that the town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bknd, Orkgok
The Bulletin's job presses are
very busy these days, turning out
high grade work for our customers.
There Is a right way and a wrong
way. The Bulletin's job printers
know the right way.