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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1911)
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ENTIRE STOCK OF MSLLARD TRIPLETTS FINE FURNITURE!
Kvcry Piece of Furniture in This Inmcnsc Slock Must Be Disposed of Within the Next Sixty Days!
I Imvc hough! everything in Mr. Triple-It's store at rock bottom prices and propose to give the public the benefit of the big saving.
Never before in the history of Mend have such slaughter prices been given. All goods new and fresh from the market. Most of
them were shipped in last spring when Mr. Triplett enlarged his store. Come carly--get the pick of these extraordinary bargains.
Sale Now On at Mr. Triplett's Old Stand on Wall St.
ALL DURING THIS SALE I WILL 01 VIS
DOUBLE AMOUNT OF VOTES '
ON lllli LARA-'IIIOMPSON PIANO CONTEST.
1 I spa Rj 9 DSKS3 f
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:m avac .uminxaa
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General Dray Work
At The Palm.
Wi: ALSO HI'.IIVK
ruiti, pli-, etc . with
iiilTeti, i'IumhiIhIii or
tea. lift KWHI'.AT
I'AKI'.S HImI ('ll(-Hlt
Wlllt'll fill lldl N'P-
Itillli". Id tlit'eii'iilng
W. II. WING, Prop.
READY TO SOW GRAIN
Large Acreage Will He I'lantrd In the
Vllcy liiinelcnitcr Cut Much
; Work on ItcmJ-llurn Ron J Can
'I llrl (Inviillnc lit It a lit n In II.
Promptly Attended to
Shop on Oregon St.
Wall l'wr nt
N. P. WEIDER
Cllrart mill Hrt Wnll l'icr Shiii-
jilea ill the comity. Get
JOHN CMOII.N. flop-
Pioneer Sodn Fnctory
Cnrbiinalci Drinks and Ciders
PUULIC LAND AND MINING
If yon arc Interested in any delayed
final proof or any matter licfore the
Interior Department. write to
CLAHK & WHIQIIT, registered
l.uiil lawyers, 902 V Street N. W,
(opposite Interior Department).
Wellington, D. C.
Free information ahont contests and
where to obtain SCRIP, locntnlili
upon public lauds, without residence
TITo Proof of the Pudding
Is In the Eating
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Yakima Valley Nursery
I iipprnloh. WMhlHKlini.
Moiih Salwmkn Want mi
HF.U.O! "Vlioio nn you
Down to (itrti-r'rt af Ur h 11ml
of that jjimh! dry block wihmI.
My wifewiin't burn miythinjc
t'nrti'r in four IiKm eliwiptT
tbnn otliciH. Ho MdUilry block
wood nt $I.M) kt conl.
P. A. CARTISR
5-ciou Piwl Doot, fn quKty $1.30
Qs(sitcMouiul.J.iii,r m (l. 30cH.
OiUr Sidinf. 4 ind 3(l.. $ 8 I' M
I'looiing. 4 ind 5 d. . . SUpr'J
Diop Suling. 4 Mil 3 It. . $1 1 pf M-
All No. I and 2 good flandaid toit,
.t .wxJltt f.dliliaiiat rf. V aru)
miJJItmn fiutl. Ont
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Hampton. Sept. 10. Settlors
around iliimpton ure btixy plowing
for the fall crojw. Sotne are plant
ing m biKli ' 1 acre.
Ilurr lilwk ruturnwl recently
fnun Ht-ml with a new rain drill.
Wm. Urown'n buckarocw have
been riditiK in OiUt nelKhlMiriuKM the
)Mut wak. Their chiiiji i it Uird
A. S. Fofif relHrne! from 0l
City last week brinffinir in lotxl of,
seed Krain mhI mw frtinbt. He'
look from this neighborhood .M. j
J. W. McDouimll of Portlnntl. who'
pvnt the iummer vitrflinK Iwre. nd I
hi ehiliimt. K. A. mi Mlw litbel
Fork, who will study in 1'ortlHml
the runiiny winter.
ThemomeUr rejristerwl m low m
12 deirriwii nbove wro Iter on the
Mr. V.. M. Hull arrival from
Portland laitt weak and with Iter
children, who have spent the sum
mer hero, l living on their home
Mr. Owens, formerly of Heml,
wlio owns the store at Hampton, is
rt'iKirtwl to be quite ill at his home.
Miss i:. Mae Hall and Miss Myrtle
Mewlows spent the day last Thurs
day with Miss Uugfonl in the Dry
The settlors near Hampton JHtst
olllce and for 'JO miles west toward
liend, have worked lmnl to put tlie
new roml in '! trttvolinjt condi
tion, and in addition to clearing the
center of the road from wiKubriish
and all rocks, many have also clour
ed the full liO-foot roadway.
After all this work mot of the
autos from aloiiK tlie Deschutes still
follow the old road across Pringlo
Flats. Thus many of the travelers
never see the land that is being
taken and improved by the enthusi
After leaving Mlllienns, instead
of following the new road, take the
old Silver Lake road to L. II. Had
clilV's place and from there follow
the now Henri-Hiiro road. The
road from this place, clear on
through Hampton Valley, is In
splendid condition and is also a
shorter road than by I'ringlo Flats.
Dinner can bo had at Hampton I.
0. and after Oct. I Mr. Owens'
store wiH bo on tho ninin road, one
(juarter milo from tho poatolllce,
mid ho is prepared to, supply tho
I asiing machines with gnsoline.
I U.MAI.O M:VSNOII2S.
Tumai1. Sept. 22. K. J'. Minter
of liend and a muh from Seattle
were out looking over this part of
the country Wednesday.
(J. W. Wirner & Sons have let n
contract for the clearing of the re
mainder of their GOO acroa of land
nt this place. The contractor is to
grub and burn the sagebrush and
prepare the ground for the plow.
I. A. Woolley was n visitor nt
Hond twice this week.
Mrs. Kvn A. Steele of Sisters was
a caller here Tuesday.
.Sirs. J. W. Strong and little
Kenneth of Wnnhougal, Wash., are
visiting Mrs. Strong's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. (5. W. Wimer, and her
brothers nt this place.
.MAKIi I KM' TO PAULINA LAKH.
A week-end trip to Paulina Lake
was make Saturday and Sunday by
Misses Anne and Gertrude Markol,
Mrs. W. I'., Grace, George and
Clinton Vandevert. Miss Vandevert
and the Misses Market rode horse
back, n distance of 70 miles, return
ing to Bend Sunday evening.
ho Does Your Pressing?
The Star Do Cleaning House,
with A. L. French, does all kinds of
cleaning, pressing and repairing of
clothes in n neat manner and nt
reasonable prices. Ladies' work as
well as men's done. Satisfaction
given and work promptly done. A
trial will convince you. 27tf
t'i rhajw you kno of a town tuning
a tnxx hummer cliinat.
Von may know another linvlnjf good
Mayl; you know one town at the
I'lmlbly you know one town having
2.V).CXJ0acrt" of irrigated land.
You may know of one having twenty
billion feel of pine tlnilwr.
I'orhayou know one town having
'Sfifffi hone-j)0 er.
Maybe you know one having 400,000
acretof wheal land.
You certainly know one town that is
the ImMneis center of a State.
You know one ton n that u railroad
It aboul to enter.
You may know one to which two
railroad arc building.
You might know one to which three
roads are building.
You may even be o forUinato as to
know of a town having TWO of those
Hut where U there a town having
ALU of themY
There U oolv one. It Is
"FRIDAY THE 13TH"
SCHOOL DAY AND BEND DAY
nt the CENTRAL OREGON FAIR
both fall on October 13th.
Come and Get "HooDoo'd
Ve're Clothed in Our Gaudiest
Fig-Leaves and Smiles For You
School Parade, School Sports, Basket Ballr
Baby Show, Baseball, Good Band Music and
the BEST DAY'S RACING OF THE MEET.
For Premium Lists and any other Information
write or phone
J. S. FOX, Secretary
Jwl 11 KM.