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BITS ABOUT TOWN.
Cleveland's Baking Powder.
C. D. Rovve left Saturday on a
business trip to Seattle.
Dan Catlow and family of Clitic
Falls were Bend visitors last Satur
day. For Runt Desirable office
room over the First National
For Salk Chickens and two.
year-old colt. Inquire of Ed IIul
vorson. WANTJtn Chambermaid and
laundry woman. Tim 1'ii.ot
Ilurrit Inn. a8tf
Take your prescriptions to Red
Bend, Oregon MTrnTt Tf f M Bend 0reon
I THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES S
M. S. LATTIN & CO.
City Real Estate Fire Insurance.
Bargains This Week
ROCKY LOT IN WIBSTORIA; 50 in work will make
it prettiest lot in tucuddltion. Price $75, Terms: (owner's.)
FIVE NICK LOTS IN WIBSTORIA ADDITION nt
CORNER LOT, level, fine building site, within two blocks
of proposed nchool house. $150. Terms; (owner's.)
Auto Stage Line
Baldwin (& Gordon
BEND KLAMATH FALLS.
Arrive nt Bend 12 o'clock noon Sundays
nnd Wednesdays. " .
Leave Bend 1: 00 p, m, same days.;"
Hcndqunrtcrs ut Pilot Uutto Inn.
Is Well Worth Visiting. ;
The opening of the second floor of our building has made room for the dis
play of an exceptional line of Mattings, Rugs, Couch Covers, Drapery
Goods, etc. These are a few of our leaders. You are cordially invited to
" Inspect them.
EXTRA QUALITY JAPANESE MATTINGS, 1,088 ends, O C a - CI"
Plain white, printed nnd woven figures per yard 2J lO 3C
SANPORD'S AXA1INSTER RUGS, Floral and" Oriental delKn- J C f
37x54 Inches $2.75, 36x72 inches p2JFis
SHEIK VELVET RUGS, Oriental DcsIkhj 37x54 Inches a n excellent t ff
value at tp I ?
COUCH COVERS, All 60 Inches wide by. 9 feet lonj; fl? O K( f 7 Kf
variety of patterns each tp&iKJ lO J JJ
LACE CURTAINS, Ecru, cream and white, 50 in. rf f( . J?1 C
wide nnd 3 yards long per pair pd lO tpTTajfc 3
DRAPERY OOODS, LINENE CLOTH Greens, Browns and Blues, Oriental and J -floral
effects per yard JiZsK
GOBKMN ART SILKALINES, a vnricty of striking patterns to make selections from 4 f
per yard '. &Ok
Cross Drug Store for accuracy and
fresh Drugs. tf
Wanticd Woman to work in
laundry. Apply nt laundry office
after 9 a. m. jo
Dan Merich is building a lodging
house 35x36 feet on the uorth edge
Rene West has returned from
Crescent and resumed his former
place in Lara's More.
For SALK Light team, weight
about 3000 lbs.; hack and hurucss.
Inquire at Auue Barn. 37tf
Mrs C. A. Jones left Saturday
morning Tor Goshen, Wash., where
hc will visit a cousin, Mrs. Frank
Most up-to-dMc complete pre
scription room in Central Oregon
at Red Cross Drug Store. tf
J. O. Lcntz is hauling lumber
from Ucnd to finish a 6-room dwcl
ling on his ranch just north
Por SAUt Good heavy team,
new harness nnd wagon for $285;
worth $350. Telephone G. W.
Horner, Laidlaw. tf
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Jones
of Honeymoon ranch are Bend
visitors this week. They report
crops as very fine.
Wantkd 100 head of horses to
pasture. Excellent feed, consisting
of rye. alfulfa and bunch grass.
Line Davkntokt. aSo
Hearings to determine rights to
water of Crooked river will begin
nt Paulina October 18 and at
Prineville October 30.
Mrs. Dcss T. Raker took the
prise as best pastry cook in Crook
County. She always uses Cleve
laud's Raking Powder.
The R. M. Smith Clothing Co
and tbe Patterson Drug Co. are
about to install plate glass fronts
in their stores on Wall street.
For Salic or Excuangk A few
lots in n new town in Central Ore
gon; will trade one for motorcycle.
Address A-B., care The Bulletin.
Dr. A, A. Burris has moved his
office to the Hotaliug building,
over Merrill & Wilkinson's, where
he may tie found hereafter. 29 33
For SAUt Four head of beef
cattlet 3 heifers and 4 milch cows
At the first place west of Powell
Huttes postofficc. Pkaui, Ft'i,-
A little more than half nu inch of
water fell during the wet weather
of last week, making the water full
thus far this season about three
fourths of an inch,
A new sidewalk built this week
on the south side of Greenwood
Avenue between Wall nnd Bond
streets is n material improvement
for that part of town.
The Bachelor Girls gave n high
jinks at the home of the Misses
Markcl last Friday night, which
was marked by some very stunning
costumes it is sola.
Dr. V, W, Faulkner now is es
tabllshed in his new and well
equipped dental offices iu The Bui
lctiu building and is ready to do all
kinds of dental work.
For SAUt Team, harness,
buckboard, 30 young Black Orfiug.
ton chickens, White sewinc ma-
chine, etc ; ranch for rent. Leav
ing at once. i'. u. uukt. 29
The Bulletin has on hand a num
ber of the Great Northern illustra
ted leaflets "Opening Up Central
Oregon." These will be given to
anyone who cares to use them.
Geese and ducks are now flying
out to the grain fields on the segre
gation. S. II. Snider shot n fat
goobe flying over his house a mile
and' a half from town a few days
If you had a fire tonight what
vuluuble papers would you lose
that could not be replaced? Rent u
safety deposit box and avoid the
risk. You keep the-key, we deep
the box. 37tf
Mrs. Stevenson is ngniu nble to
look after the wants of her numer
ous guests and will be pleased to
see the old as well as the new faces
around her tables at the Smith
For SalU 88-note Player Pi
ano, fancy mahogany case, fine
tone and action, latest improved
operating devices, never used, just
anived from factory. Inquire of
The Bulletin, 37tf
A safety deposit box in our
vault is an ideal place for your val
uables. Costs but $i 50 per year.
You keep the key, we keep the
box. Tint First National
Bank ot lteud. 27tf
The funeral of John W. Harper,
who shot himself while mentally
unbalanced, was held last Wednes
day afternoon from the Bend
church. Interment was iu the
Bring your kodak films and
plates to us for development
Negatives selected and papers used
that will give pleasing tones iu the
prints. Skwako & Campiwu.,
opposite the Postoflice. 37tf
Bring your kodak films and
plates to us for development
Negatives selected and papers used
that will give pleasing tones in the
prints. Skward & Campiikm.,
opposite the Postoffice 27tf
For Sai.k Two of the best
ranches on the Upper Deschutes
may be had at a bargain. Also
fine ranch nt Powell Butte with
plenty of good Spilng water. In
quire of Dick Vandcvcrt. 38-31
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hudson
were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs.
George A. Jones nt Honeymoon
ranch lust Sunday.
The hold-over teachers gave n re
ception nt the home of the Misses
Markcl Tuesday afternoon for the
new teachers iu the Bend schools.
At the Stcidl & Tweet dam the
river has been turned aside in two
thirds of the channel and is ready
for the concrete work, A bridge
has been built across the river
there to facilitate the dam work.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I. II, Rocers.
who have a ranch near the Des
chutes between Bend end Laidlaw,
have gone to Portlnnd for the win
ter in order, that their daughter
may have desired school advan
tages. There will be a business meeting
of the Ladies' Aid Society of the
M. U. Church next Wednesday.
Oct. 5, at the ho-ne of Mrs. W. II.
Siaats. All members and friends
(ire earnestly requested to be pres
ent at 2 o'clock.
Frank Bennett, who is to have
charge of the gents' furnishings
department and window trimming
at Lara's, arrived from Portland
last Wednesday. Mrs. Bennett
will join her husband here as soon
as a dwelling can be secured.
R. F. Fike of Portland, who
will hereafter have charce of the
sales of lots iu Crescent, was in
with Manager Wakefield taking
a general survey of the situation
the latter part of last week. An
active campaign is planned, in view
of recent railway developments.
The big water wheel for the
Bend Water, Light & Power Co.
arrived last Saturday. Tbe five
pieces in tbe outfit weigh 33,000
pounds and they were brought in
from tbe railroad by Ralph Dunn.
The work of installing the machine
ry will be taken up at once.
Por Sale LcvnER We lure In one
dry ilied 80.000 feet of finithed lumber,
tl iiic and kiniU from 1 to 34 inchet
in width. Alio door and window jams,
window tool 1, building sbiugles, etc.
We can make arranccments to deliver
anywhere. Send ui your orders. J.N.
Maiten Lumber Co., Rosland, Ore. tf
Albert Harryman, who recently
moved his family from their Swal
ly ditch ranch to town for winter
schooling, has set up a drag saw in
the northwestern part of the Wies
toria tract to saw into shingle-block
and stove-wood lengths the trees
taken out in tbe process of clearing
The "Hall Room Boys," Brack-
ctt and Sengfelder, last Monday
evening gnve a dinner at their tent
for a score of their friends. They
did the cooking and serving them
selves and both were unexception
able. Chinese lanterns lighted the
long table. The occasion was an
ngreeable deviation from the con
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lara arrived
Friday afternoon after an excursion
to Portland by horseback. They
were a week on the road over the
Santiam route from Bend to the
metropolis, including one day spent
at Salem, and a like period tidinc
in from The Dalles via Shaniko,
where they spent a day waiting for
rain to stop. They enjoyed the
trip exceedingly; nnd this intimate!
coutact with the Willamette valley
more than ever convinced them of
the superlative virtues of Central
LUNO FEVER REMEDY
Treatment that Mas Been Found Bene
flclal for Horses.
TustALO, Or., Sept. 36. Mr.
and Mrs. P. A. Woolley returned
from the Willamette Valley yester
day with a load of fruit for their
Mr. Woolley had the misfortune
to lose a good horse lately with
lung fever. He had another fine
horse with the same complaint but
by giving him oil of tar and bela
dona, equal partsa, tablespoouful
night and morning, he has saved
his horse. All who have horses
should make a note of this valu
able remedy aud keep it on hand.
Get two ounces of beladona and two
ounces of oil of tar, have th ! drug
gist mix them and give one table
spoonful evening and morning.
Keep the horsi blanketed, wrap
the legs to keep them warm and by
so doing many a valuable horse can
be saved. Keep the horse iu a
We are looking for cigars galore
now, since the candidates have
been chosen, and no doubt many
promises will be made and broken.
John B. Wimer and Ira E. Wimer
are baling J. N. B. Gerklng's large
hay crop. Mr. Gerkiug has con
tracted all his hay to the railroad
company at good prices and I now
delivering it at a polut near Long!
Butte on the line of the railroad.
O. W. Wlmcr & Sons have their
large liny nnd grain crop all in the
stack today. They are expecting
Mr. Foster's threshing machine
soon to thresh a big lot of grain.
-tStl mcniucra 01 1 lie j
BEND REALTY BOARD
BUND TOWNSITIi CO.
BBND REALTY KXCHANGE
J. L. BYRNE
CF.NTRAL ORE. REALTY CO.
CROOK COUNTY REALTY CO.
DESCHUTES REALTY CO.
J. A. KASTES
HOME LAND CO.
O, C. HENKLE
HOMESEEKERS LAND CO.
W. R. RILEY
BEND LODGE No. 139
A. F. & A. At.
Meets on Thursday on or
before the full moon of each
month. Vfsitine brothers
J. O. OAVI080H, S.er. u. o. cot. m. w.
Borlicalfnral Fire Belief of fregM
Mutual, home office, Salem, Ore.
Let me explain.
S. H. SNIDER Aeent. Bend. Ore.
Mrs. E. J. Herring
Facial Manage, Sfeampooiaj, Scalp
Manicure Article, Marcel Combs, Ideal
Dnuhea, Skin I'ood, Sanitary Hair Roll.
Dr. A. A. BURRIS, .du5,!
Itcalrr. tHtrtrt BocmfutIjr Tmtctl
Without the Dk of Drag or Sutrnjr, by
lb Nttural Method or Hctllng. Chron
ic UxtKt Specialty. ContalUtloa Prte
Mrabcroftht Butt and National Naturopath
OSce In Johnton Bide Bend, Orrcoa
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Corner Bond and Oregon Streets.
Physician and Surgeon
Deschutes Banking and Trust Co.
Wall street, Bend, Or.
F. H. MAY
QEORQE S. YOUNQ
CIVIL AND MININd ENOINEER
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OrrtCX IN VIR5T NATIONAL BANK I1LDO.
Vernon A. Forbes
FIRST NATIONAL IUNK IiLDG.,
U. C. COE, M. d7
Physician and Surgeon
OFF1CK OVKR FIRST NATIONAL I1K.
Office Hours: 10 to u a. ni.; 1 to 3 ami
7 to 8 p. m.
Bknd, :- Oregon
F. 0. MINOR
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