The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, February 08, 1911, Image 7

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BYRNE REAL ESTATE
EXCHANGE
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REALTY
Of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Exchanged.
We have n very extensive lint of DKSCHUTHS
VALLEY IRRIGATED LANDS.
Wc brliiK the I'roiierty Owners mid tlic Outside
Jluvcrs together.
BYRNE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
HotalitiK IIIH:,, Wult St., Jicnd, Ore.
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AFTER BIG TRADE
PRINEVILLE MEN MOVE
TO OPEN OLD ROAD.
I'rlvnto Subscription Heine Raised to
Aid In Work llcmlMtircltanls
Must lo on Alert Noted
of the Settler.
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with Ilia batt that the (own affords.
Neat nnd Comfortable Rooms. IlitND, OxitaoN
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Hotel Bend
Corner Dontl and Oregon Sli.
AMERICAN PLAN
Rates $2 and $2.50 a Day
HUGH O'KANE, Manager
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Hotel Dalles
Tho Dalles, Oregon
You are cordially Invllnl to nuke Til It IIOTIU. DAM.KS jrour
rtsllnu place while walling over ItetMrrii trnlntpn your wax to ami
from Portland. New, thoroughly c(tilpol, modem hotel; alram
heat, elevator; suites and rooms with ImIIii, 1'lrst class cafe, Kates
ft anil upward.
Ideal Stopping Place Going to nnd from Central Oregon.
PETER KUEKNLING, Manager.
Bend Steam Laundry
FIRST CLASS LAUNDRY WORK
at Moderate Prices.
If You Have a Bundle Phone Us
MRS. MAZO LOCKWOOD.
, Mim.ican, Ore , Feb. 7 Itentl
must be wideawake If it is to cap
lute the extensive trade that will
result from the rapid settlement of
the sagebrush plains to the south'
cast. The business men ,of 1'rltie
ville have their eyes on (hat scctioi
of country, and have already start
cd a move to influence the home
steadcrs to trade in the county
neat.
This is an effort to have the old
Silver I.akc-lliucville road reopen
cd by the ruining of private nub.
scriptious. i'or some time this
highway has bcn impassible oiviut:
to wukhoutN, but when it is put in
Rood shape many of the settlers
will le ns ncur 1'rinevillc ns Ilctid
The homesteaders say, however,
that they wilt continue to do their
buying at Mend if the road is
Improved as it should be. Tbc
point out several places between
here nnd town where there is need
ed work.
Mr. McGillvruy says tlmt Kond
Supervisor Kichardsou has announc
ed that the difficulty encountered In
the hill at the McGillvruy ranch
will Ik eliminated within a short
time. He has already made plans
for (ruling down this hill and it Is
expected that work will be started
soon. The hill will be cu down
and u Till made nt the foot. The
sharp curve will also be done awny
with.
Not only ore outsiders comimr In.
but residents of licnd arc becoming
more interested nnd Inking tip
homcstcids also. Amoni' this
u umber Is Assistant Postmaster K
M. Sanders, who lost week picked
out a 320 acre claim in Millicnn
Valley. He intends to take up his
residence on the claim in the sum
mer.
.E. K, Post returned Monday af
ternoon from Lake County where
lie took II. Sol berg of I.cSuer Cen
ter, Minn., to look over the coun
ry. Mr. Sulberg was so well
pleased that he closed a deal for n i
section and a half of school land In '
Township 24 south, Range 22!
Hast.
In speaking of the crop prospects
in the Glass Hutte and Wagon Tire
Vullcys, Mr. Post jiald.
"The outlook is good in every
respect. I saw grain six or seven 1
inches high under the snow and I
well stooled out, Insuring a fine!
yield. There will be other crop I
raised besides grain. For Instance, I
Joe Street, in the Hampton Uutte I
Valley, raised on twenty acres the j
second year's plowing sixty loads of
alfalfa by dry-farming methods." I
U. N. Hoffman went in Monday
from his Tar Heel Ranch near Mil
Menu's to be initiated by the Bend
Lodge of Odd Fellows. He will re
turn tomorrow with supplies.
Try The Hulletin job printery.
BEND HOSPITAL
Attending Physicians U. C. COE, 11. FERRELL
M. ELLEN KERSHAW, Supcrintendant.
Graduate of St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago.
MRS. A M. LUTES, Assistant,
Graduate of Columbus (Ohio) Trniulng School.
Terms: $10 to $25 a Week, Payable Weekly.
There is n Nurse on duty at all times. No
extra charge made for night duty, unless in
extreme cases, when a special nurse is required
NOW
IS THE TIME
TO GET OUT THAT
ADVERTISING
LEAFLET
Wc Have New Type, New
Stock, New Ideas and
All Are At Your Service.
The. Bend Bulletin.
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CATHOLIC CHURCH AT BEND.
Wenandy Livery, Feed
Stable Co.
J. II. WliNANDY, Prop.
All kinds oflight and heavy Livery.
FEED FOR SALE. HORSES FOR SALE.
Bond Street Bend, Oregon.
Grand Opening
Budweiser Saloon
TOMORROW NIGHT (THURSDAY)
at 7 O'clock.
Everybody Invitod
Complete Line of
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Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Bond Street
Between Greenwood and Oregon
MYERS (. WILKEY, Props.
SATHER
THE STORE THAT SAVES
YOU MONEY.
20
OFF
We are now holding a sale on all our
Heavy Winter
Clothing
in order to make room for our large con
signment of Spring and Summer Goods.
Twenty per cent off on all Fur Coats and
Corduroy Suits. Come early and make
your selections, for the stock will be
sold very rapidly.
E. A. SATHER
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
BEND, OREGON
STAR BAKERY
FRESH BREAD
Pastries, Rolls, etc.
13 Bread Tickets 31.00
3 Bread Tickets 26c
Meals Served from 6
a. m. to 8 p. m.
Furnished Rooms
MRS. NELLIE WRIGHT
FULL LINE OF
Builders' Supplies
Doors, Sushes, Paints, Gloss, Builders'
Hardware, Roofing. Everything you '
needvfor your new House or new Store.
N. P. SMITH
Wall Street, Wall Street
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M. S. Lattin (& Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
THAT PROTECTS.
Protect yourself before a fire Know
that you are insured with a company
that will not haggle over technicalities
and go to court to cut the just amount
duo. We write insurance for com-
ponies that treat you right.
Set of silver teaspoons free. See clubbing offer on last page,