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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1911)
Pastries, Rolls, etc.
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3 Urend Ticket 2&c
A.enls Served from 6
n. m. to 8 p. 111.
Put Your Duds
in Our Suds
Bend Steam Laundry
The Home Land Company
Real Estate and
Timber Lands, Irrigated and Dry Farm Lands.
Tho Dnllos, Oregon
Ycmi air ni.lmllv inwtnl to nuke Till. lldTKI. IIAI.I.I'S our
irtllliK pUrc wlillc mutiny rr iM-turrn Irniiixin mir way to hhI
(nun l'liitlmiil Net. iliiriiulil riiiipH-l, itiiMlcril halrl, olcntit
litnt. rlrvntnr antic aim! rtxiina with ImiIii 1'itit cl c(c. KM,
f I rntil upMiitil
Ideal SloppitiK Place Going to nnti from Central Oregon.
PETER KUEHNLING, Manager.
Corner Uond and Oregon Stl.
Rates $2 and $2.50 a Day
HUGH O'KANE, Manager
J. A. HAZUKA W. M. AlcGREGOR
We are Always 'Glad
Lo Furnish Estimates
Shop in Krai of llowlir lliiildinj,' on Wall Street
WMI:N IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tablo always tuppllod with the ball that the town affords.
Ncnt nnd Contfortnblc Rooms. Hkni, Qkhcson
SSSirr Open All Night
SHORT ORDERS QUICK SERVICE
Sandwiches nnd Lunches n Specialty
BILLY'S PLACE W, H, ADAIR MLLY'S PLACE
Now in tlie time to order
your winter wood, for the cold
nights demand n large pile of
dry wood. Can be bought of
V. M, Carter at a reasonable
price, delivered at any time.
Leave orders at A. M. Lara's.
F. M. CARTER
MRS. NELLIE WRIGHT
V S TORS
Wenandy Livery, Feed f&
J. II. WUNANDV, Prop.
All kinds of light and heavy Livery.
HKKI) lfOU SAI.1J. HORSES VOR SALE.
Uond Street Hend, Oregon.
man school nine de
I'rlnevllle Schoolboy Oct Lone 12nd of
Three lo One Score, and Sinter
AiCKrrKallon 'lake (lime
by ll2 Walkover.
DvftnU'd twice In two day on
their own ground, vwim- the bitter
pill forced ujKin the Hend High
Schtiol lmK.bnll team the pant week.
On Saturday the Crook County
Ulgh School team M;cured n It to I
victory, and on Sunday a Sinter
nine ran up eleven rcorcH to the
local' two. Both gnmcfl were wit-
neoned by wvcral hundred fjh;c
Ut(ir. The vinitoni won the game in the
flrnt inning when hard hitting, coup
led with mom, ave them a three
run laid. I'roctur, pitching for
Hend, proved Inelfective ami after a
few inninKS retired In favor of Carl
Hunter, who BtopjK'd the HluKKinjr,
the only wore Sintem made while
he wax on the mound beiriK due to
errnm. He fielded hit position in
line Htle and chowed much promise.
'I he Hend team wan not only weak
at the hat but erratic In the field,
KiviriK their twirlcrs jioor support.
The lineup Sunday wag.
Proctor, -I; by
Struck out: Uy
Hunter, fl; by Aslimore I.
The ile fen t of the locals SMturtU
wan due lo their inability to hit
Lister's curves, ten men striking
out. TIw support Klven Springer,
wlm pitched a Rood Ktn was rnv;
Kfl aral this ahiod the vitdlnrs in
I)cMte the erron, the Kmo wiu
n niy exhibition, clever plajsand
head wm k Kivinir the spectators
their iiiiine' wortli. Each team
inn li- thru hits. The lineup was a
DoKchuleu stocked with them may
obtitin eKK by applying to the State
ROAD 10 ASM WOOD SOMB DAY.
'f he Deeehutes Hallway has filed a
resolution with the county clerk at
Prinevillc netting forth that the
company desires to build a branch
line to Ash wood, 21 miles from the
main line. It is the company's In
tention, accvirdlnK to General Man
ajcer J. P.O'Hrien, to build whenever
the necessity arises for such a road.
RAISING DAY APRIL 29, 1911.
The above date has been set apart
by the rx'ople of California in which
all are asked to join in eating raisins
in the form of "Haisin Bread," or
in whatever form is desired. The
object of this special day is to
create a wide-spread raisin senti
ment that will result In a greater
demand for that fruit, and to direct
the attention of all good house-wives
to the excellence of the raisin as an
article of food. The good people
of the Northwest arc invited by
their neighbors to participate in the
pleasant custom and "break" raisin
bread on April 29. 7
Try The Bulletin job pnntery.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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f'clrdntd. marVtd autaid lifd Timbrr Nalr
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SCO II III) letOUr I!(1(1S.
Master Fish Warden W. S. Clan
ton of Oregon will receive from the
United States fish commissioner a
large shipment of black sxtted
trout eggs for hatching and distri
bution. These fish, generally known
as "Scckled Beauties." grow to lie
about the size of Dolly Vardens and
are said to lie very gamey. They
are favorite lly trout. Fishermen
of Hend who would like to have the
Promptly Attended to
SHOP ON OREGON ST.
Wall Paper nt
N. P. WEIDER
Cheapmt and licit Wall Paper Sam
ple In the county, Oct
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i, J. EqULESTON'S HARNESS STOKE IN BbND.
Logging teams for the Deschutes Land Co. of LaPine, just equipped
' ' 'by Mr. Egg)e8ton, are standing in front of the store.
Only Complete Stock of
IN CENTRAL OREGON.
OUR COMPLETE NEW
WILL SOON BE IN.
PRICES ARE RIGHT.
Bend Hardware Co.
Fire Insurance That Protects
Our Companies Have
Assets of $150,000,000
Years of Experience Make Our Policies
"LAW SUIT PROOF"
There are other reasons why you should have
us write your insurance. Call on
us for information.
N. S. Lattin (fb Co.
Henkle & Ford
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
We know the land open to settlers
know the soil- know the corners and
GUARANTEE EVERY LOCATION.
Dont overlook these facts
if you want to locate.
If you have good real estate at the right
price let us know of it and if we do not
buy it, can sell'it for you.
Call and see us.
The Pioneer Wood Yard
Cull on or telephone us tor all kinds of
We saw Cord Wood and Limb Wood on short notice.
Orders Promptly Filled.
W. P. DOWNING, Proprietor.
Experienced, Practical Shoemaker
All Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable
F. L. HELFRICH
In Old Kelly Store
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