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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1910)
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WE ARE SURE 1
Thnt these prices represent the best values
ever offered in Bend. You really can't afford
to miss the opportunity if you arc in the
market for any of these goods.
8xio 4-llKlitperiMfili 60c
ioi3 4 llRht per ah 70C
13X14 4'liRlit per sash 80c
34x30 aII;lit per win
3-6x6 6 4 panel 2.25
3.8x6 a 4 panels 2.80
3-8x6'8 4 pnnclM
3-8x68xifi 4 panels
3.SxG-8xi)& 5 panels
llaic per keg
Roll of 300 square feet 1,20
Roll -of 500 square feet 2.90
Knch roll complete with unit
and cement 1 ply 2.65
"KVlUa.AST" 3-ply wntcr.
proof bulldliiK paper-roll of
500 square feet 1,85
Rosin Sized Building Pa
per, red or Kiy roll o( 500
square feet, 75c
The best pure prepared house
paint good line of colorn
While they hint, per k1 1.65
Per quart 55c
Per pint - 20C
140 rods to ,100 pounds per
too pound 5.65
Gllddcn Galvanized, 1 10
rods to too pounds per 100
Cross Head Tics 9ft. 6in
No II wire per bale of
'THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES"
(Successors to Merrill Drug Co.)
A NEW SUPPLY OF
Cleaning and Pressin.g
I have opened a Tailor Shop In the
R M. Smith Clothing Co.' Store, in
Bend, and am ready to do all kinds of
cleaning, pressing and altering, and
all classes or Gent's Tailor Work.
8at"ffactlon guaranteed. ....JfclAIN D IlUD
Members of The
BEND REALTY BOARD
BEND TOWNSITK CO,
BUND REAITY EXCHANGE
J. h. BYRNE
CENTRAL ORB. REALTY CO.
CROOK COUNTY REALTY CO.
DESCHUTES REALTY CO.
J. A. EASTES
HOME LAND CO.
0. C, IIENKLE
HOMESEEKERS LAND CO.
W. R. RILEY
Ilund us your subscription.
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
A canoe has arrived for Prank
Misn Ivn E. Weit left yesterday
for a week's visit o Prineville.
Mis, C. M. Red field and children
returned from Condou last Satur
Lattiu & Herrlugton arc now
well established in their offices on
C, II. Ellis expects soon to go to
the Willamette Valley to live, thli
climute heing unsatisfactory to Mrs
Mr, and Mrs, A. C, Lucas left
last week for the Willamette Valley
by auto over the Sautiam route
They will return via Portlaud and
L. L. Pox left yesterday with hi
family for a ten-days' outing on the
Shcrritt & Woollcy arc installing
shelving and counters in the new
store to be occupied by the Slegel
& Sou drug store,
Following the masquerade Sat
urday Miss Veda Williams enter,
tallied a number of friends at a
chafing dish supper.
Allen Wllcoxen and Dr. Wright
were In Ilcud Monday on their way
to Crane I'raltle and the mountain
for a bear hunting trip
II. II. Hoiigliton. who was in
jured last week by a dynamite ex
plosion on the railroad work, is in
the Dend Hospital, and is doing
A modern plate glass front and
entire new shelving equipment will
be installed nt the Patterson Dtug
Co.'s store immediately upon the
arrival of the glass,
Y. Ntimnno, for several years
Japanese Counsel at Portland, and
who was a visitor here early in the
4ummer and n Dend enthusiast, has
been recalled to Japan.
On August 7th the middle peak
of the Three Sisters, jutt west of
Dend, was scaled by a party of four
mountain climbers with the Ma
nama Club of Portland.
On Friday evening Miss Iva
E. West gave a dinner in honor of
Miss Ewing. The Miies Williams,
Gertrude Market, Robinson, Wil
son, nud Wiest attended.
N. O Pischer of Lyle, Minn.,
arrived last Tuesday. Mr. Fisch
er's family soon will join him here,
to take up residence on an iirigatcd
"80" five miles northeast of town.
Ralph Spencer has purchased
lots 7 and 8 of block 3 in Deschutes
from G. P. Putnam and will erect
on them a house immediately. He
now is tearing down his old house
on "Garden Row."
R R. Mutzlg, who was railed 10
Pittsburg June 1 1 on account of
the serious illness of his mother,
who died there last week, writes
that he expects to return to Bend
early in September.
An nuto party comprising E. J.
Jeffrey, G. Ludcrs, W. J. Lions
and J P. Cahalin or Portland were
guests at the Pilot Butte Inn Satur
day on their way through the Des
chutes Valley to Crater Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. James S, Wake
field, their four-weeks-old son, and
S, S. Ward well came from Silver
Lake in the latter s auto on Monday
From Bend Mrs. Wakefield started
for Portland, her husband nnd
Ward well returning south Tuesday.
Robert Innes9, son of Joe Inness,
has launched a canoe on the pond
which be built entirely himself.
To him belongs the distinction of
having constructed the first canoe
made in Ilend. "Red Wine" is
the name of the new ciaft. which
is 11 feet long.
J. N. Hunter and Carl Hunter
have returned from Hood River
after a is-days' absence. With
them is James Hunter, Mr. Hunt
er s latucr. wuo lelt liena in 1905.
According to their reports the
Hood River apple crop this year
will surpass all former records.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Frame have
purchased from the Townsite Co
lot 3 of block 5, southwest of the
Pilot Butte Development Co.'s of
fice. It is their intention. to erect a
large dwelling there at once. It
will be 36x30 feet feet, with an ad
dition 14X34, ol stone, with a cel
lar, furnace und hot and cold water
in every room.
Frank C. Rowlec has been cir
culating a petition issued in the in
terests or the Oregon Home Rule
Association. This organization
would leave the decision of all mat
ters pertaining to the government
of towns to the option of the voters
of the municipality itself. It is
understood that Mr. Rowlee has
secured a large number of signa
tures. C. P. Niswonger, M. S Lattin,
John Vreldt, J. S. Dlmtck, Fred
Van Matre and John Smith camped
near Lava Island over Sunday on a
Sshlng trip. Lattiu, while fishing
along the lava, came upon a family
congers, accordiug to his compan
ions, and having never seen oue
before was throwing stones at them
when Vreidt happened along, ttaw
what was going on and advised a
hasty retreat to camp.
V. E. Scott, who came from
Seattle with his futuily last Novem
ber to take up residence on an irri
gated "80" eight miles east of town,
is fencing his entire place. He has
five acres under cultivation, E
M, Thompson of Minneapolis with
his family has just moved upon Ills
"40" near Mr. Scott and is erecting
a handsome bungalow, intending to
make it his permanent home, R.
H, Palmer is doing the carpeuter
Subscribe for The Bulletin.
something: for all.
VAtirnnA good live delivery
boy, Inquire at Lara's.
Cooks who make the best pie
crust use Cleveland's Baking Powder.
For Sai.u VitCKTAiium y
mile south ot town. .Hi'.rm Art Srj
WANTKD A girl, for general
house work. Inquire of Mrs. H.
K. Allen. tf
FOK SATK Irving Piano, a bar
gain. Inquire at the W. P. Van
devert ranch. tf
For Sami Stove, mattress,
cooking outfit, dishes, Address
R. Ris, Bend.
For Salr Parlor organ, steel
range, arid other household goods,
C. H. L'sMS.
Fox Salk Good team, weight
about 1050; sell cheap. Inquire at
Blue prints of Crook, Lake and
Klamath Counties for sale at the
For Saui 5-year-old
Horse. Write or phone
Warranty Deeds, Bonds for Deed
and Mortgage Blanks for sale at
the Bulletin office.
Wantkd Second-hand wagon,
3 or 3. ApDly at The Bulletin
office or to J. T. Carter, Rosland.
A fine line of rug 6xi3, is on
sale at the R. M. Smith Clothing
Co.'s store, as well as many smaller
F. M. Carter has come back tc
Bend and is selling i6-inch dry
block wood, delivered, at his old
For Samc or Exchanoh for a
a tent "Wisconsin," 14Q egg in
cubator and brooder. New. L
Corbiu, Rosland. 33-34
Mrs. Bess T. Baker took the
prue as best pastry cook in Crook
County. She always uses Cleve
land's Baking Powder. '
There will be a dance next Satu
urday rt Linster's Variety Hall.
Free skating every Tuesday and
Friday afternoon, for ladies, tf
I am going to leave Bend for
some time. All who have bills
againt me please present them for
settlement. -John SiaKMORK,
For Salk Curat r pairsoo-lb.
capacity agate bearing, platform
and scoop "Howe counter scutes.
AvNOtu's Restaurant. 33-34
Dr. W. W. I'aalkner now It ettab
llihetl in hit new ahd wcll-ulppcd
ilentat officii In The Rultctln bnildiiiK
and it ready to do all kindt of dental
When in . Bend recently S. O.
Johnson lost from his nuto a pair
ot field glasses. Finder is re
quested to return same to Bulletin
A light grey coat was found on
the Bear Creek road, j mile from
town, last Saturday, Owner may
have same by claiming it at Bulle
Mrs Herring calls her new cafe
"The Sign of the Crane," and Its
popularity proves that people have
not forgotten her knack of provid
ing good things. tf
For Salk Two good rancnes.
One 330 acres and one about 500
acres. Both improved. About a
miles from Bend. Inquire of Dick
Vandevert, Bend. 33-61
For Salk One 4-year-old Jer
sey heifer, one 3-year-old Jersey
heifer, oue i-vear-okl Jersey heifer,
two bull calves, one two-seated
hack. L- Cormn, Rosland, Ore.
E. E. Knotts found a note book
belonging to Ed. McGiunis on the
Bear Creek road Sunday, The
note book contains a check. The
owner may claim aud receive them
at The Bulletin office.
It is requested that all accounts
due the Merrill Drug Co, be paid
at once, and all bills against the
company presented, as it has sold
its business to the Patterson Drug
Co. C. W. Mkkrill. xt
Straykd April 33nd, one dark
brown mare: star in face, eight
years old, HC or CII on left shoul
der, left hind leg big at hoof, shod
all around, Liberal reward for in
formation leading to recovery.
Address H. J. Wright, Bead, Ore
Lost A team of mares, about
850 weight. One grey, one bay.
Branded 8 on left shoulder, Both
have halters on. Lost six miles
east of Prineville road. Seud in
formation to Butletiu office, $30
reward for recovery.vrCi.ARKNCX
V.' Barto. I4tf
I'ok Sai.k Lumber We have In oae
dry Mied 80,000 feet of finished lumber,
all tltei and kluilt from 1 to 34 (ticket
in width, Atto door and window Jam,
window ttoolt, building thinglet, etc.
We cau make arrangement to deliver
anywhere. Send ui your orders, J, N,
Majteu Lumber Co., Roslaud, Ore, U
Lap Kobe Dusters, -20
per cent Discount
ONLY A FP.W 1.UPT
Just Received A fine new line of HARNESS an
MICHIGAN BUGGIES. Come in and set the price.
H. J. EGGLESTON
Sightly Residence Lots
CLOSE IN and EXCELLENT
VIEW of City and Surround
RXMEMBER. This is the future
residence district of GREATER
BEND. Our engineers will hove the
plots ready in a lew days. Come
ely and make your setectkms.
LOCAL AGENTS FOR,
Choice residence lots 10 per ceat
cash and 5 per cent per month.
Deschutes Realty Co.
KNIVES . . . 75c to $2.50
RAZORS ..... $1.50
SAFETY RAZORS . . $3.50
SCISSORS . . . 50c to $1.00
THE BEST $1.00 CLOCK ON THE MARKET
We Sell at a Small Profit.
E. A. SATHER
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at the Library and let that
institution get the benefit.
Crook County Abstract Co.
ABSTRACTS Ol' -TITLR
to all laud ami town lota In Crook cotwtv.
fe. F. WVMJK, Secy.