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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1913)
THIS IIKNt) IWULKTIN, IlBMI), W KBNKHOAY, MARCH 10, 10IJI.
"Some Clothes" Young Man!
IJESE Fine Spring Days
you need to spruce up
when yon go a-walking
the streets of u Sunday
afternoon in company
with Her. Nothing no
attracts favorable notice
as the clothes you wear.
He particular about the
clothes you wear, fund
particular where y o u
buy them, and you will
get somewhere. T h i s
store can lit you"7ut in
that set well on you
and you want no other
kind. You will get "Some
Clothes", young man, at
R. M. Smith Clothing Co.
'Everything to Wear for Men Who Care.
J, II. Ilonn wan In Madras Friday
as n witness' In n land content caso,
Tho Presbytorlan Guild will glvo
it bouofU shrjw lit tho Htnr Thoatro
on Friday, March 28.
A. .1. liartnr of LuldlnW In In Bond
wltli IiIh nuto which hu I opornt
Ing In tho passenger business,
0. I). Burgln Iiiih ImiiKlit out Hoy
Vlnyiird'a linlf Interest In tho firm or
Vliiynnl ft MtirKln mid will hero
lifter conduct tho business ttlono,
Russell Muhonoy, who linn boon nt
thu Depot Hotel nick with piieiiino
nln, I it recovering. A coiiiln. K, W.
WuOibnnr. wiih horn last week from
Colfax, Wash., to visit him.
II. W. Hknm Iiiih hail it platform
lint In IiIn more for use ni Ills mIIIcu.
iti'rollliiK tho-ssfo 'up .on tho olova
Hon It got out of control ami dam
aged Movorhl stoves wiled If full,
W. K. ItiKHrMoll, who Iiuh been
with Tho Bulletin for tho last Mix
yrneks, loft for New York Sunday
moriiliiK. hnvltiK received a very
satisfactory offer of it managerial
PonUIihi with it publishing house
Itont Farnhiitn spout Friday lit
Culver adjusting n flrn loss for tho
Horticultural i'lro Itoilof of Oregon.
Tin properly destroyed wns tho
eountry residence of It. A. Merchant,
ono of thu hoit Iti that part of tho
A. I.. Hunter, brother of J. N.
Hunter, arrived Haturdny. Mr.
Hunter says ho will got his now
furniture atom ready for business
and opened tip hy thu middle of next
week. Mr. Hunter was here four
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mm. C. I). Drown has been Uld up
with tho nrlp thU weak.
K. P. Madsen was tip from Des
chutes Saturday night.
Mrs. A. T. Framo luititlncd par
till paralytic stroke yesterday, but
atoms to bo doing well.
Tim danco by the Butiserlptlon
Dancing Club scheduled for Satur
day nUht of this week has been
IKistponed until April 6.
Mrs, Its Morehouse, sister of It.
K, Koon, arrived last night to Join
liar husband, who Is general fore
man or tho sower construction work.
V A. Bogtson has received report
Trout tho assayors that tho ore ho
had tested rccontly for gold also
shows 3 per rent of copper and 1.3
per cent of xlnc,
Mrs. Hubert II. Webb, after n flvo
weeks' rest. Is attain playing piano
at the Dream Theatre. liurliiK her
tsrstlon Miss Ethel Thomua preildod
nt llm Instmninnt.
Ailvi,rtleiiient' liiccrtrd tinder till
heading nt tin trr of out; cent r
wnnl for imqcIi liucif Inn. DUcouiit op
extended I inert loin. Charge ore
payable In advance except for adver
tiser having a regular nccoiint wllli
J. W, lilack of Fernwood. Idaho;
Oscar I.. Illack of Carrolton, Wssh.;
C. A. Parrolt of lllo. Idaho, and II.
II. Gcycr of Prescott, Wash., Died on
homesteads In the southeast country.
Charles lloyd has had cirnenters
at work In his meat market putting
In a cold storaso department. Part
of the equipment was saved front his
old market In the burned Mutxlg
W, II. Hawks of frrsratt, Wash
father of Mrs. O. C. Hankie, has been
here a few days looking over the
town and the hamcttcsd district. His
sons will como In and flic on claims,
There will bo a benefit show at
tho Dream Thoatro next Wednesday
nlRht Riven hy tho Itebekah lodgo.
Tho ladles will put on a special pro
gram, details of which wilt bo an
nounced next weok.
Bpec'tl Easier services will bo
liotii In !i. .Methodist church Sun
day. In tho Morning special an-
thorns will bo Riven and In tho even
ing an Easter proRram, tn which all
J persons are cordially Invited.
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Some women fiut ail of IhtiA money in,
Areiiy clotdeS, vAici Jobn-veaA oui. d Lt
lieve cveAy uomon aAo-uid furnish AeA home
handAdmcjLy Lefoie he' Afjendi eveAxihinp on
"o-uiJicle" Ahou, cS Jbetleve in "inside' com-'
fort, . '..'
afhe whole family can enjoy a -well cIacjjccI
Aoom and for a Jtony. time, aJhcn you wont
mind if the neiphloAA do come in to visit,
will -you? --...... ...
QAwayA youA friend,
(P. 5,-Auy aood, AeliaLle fuAniture while you
aAe q it, Sfhe only A to Ac J eveA think of
Iviyinp fuAnituAe frornl
(&. srL uwmpson
FOIt WALK 120 acres, houso and
furniture and all Improvements, for
$1500. This Is a IiIr bargain. C. F.
McDermott, I.aldlaw, Ore. 2-Sp
POtl HAt.K 80 acres Irrleatod
land, Rood 6-roont houso; nil fenced
and cross fenced; 40 acres in culti
vation, I32&0. Was taken on a
Mnstt as-m sn.l thn St ! ! nrln In
linn (fvdu niui uiu i's i.v s- w..w w
msko It sell. J. A. Hastes, Ilcnd. 2tf
pnil RAf.K 10 nrr Irrlsatei!
land, about 10 acres has been In cul
tlvatlnn. nnlv (Ire miles from Ilend
on Rood rosd, A bargain and will
pa) you to Investigate, S&u. j. a.
Hastes, llend, Oro. 2tf
I AM KHIXING lota In Aubrey
HelghU at $150, $200 and $300, on
Innnn of tlft rnih anil from Id to S10
mnnlhlv. onlv 6 tier cent on defer
red payments. This property Is the
most signtiy to no unci snn oniy ti
n D lilorks nf the business center ot
ilcnd. J. A. Hastes, Ilcnd. Ore. 2tf
FOIt 8AI.B lf.0 acres Irrigable
land near Ilend, SO acres set to clo
ver and nlfilfa, 90 acres In cultiva
tion; new bungalow. Ait fenced nnd
eross fenced. Will sell this plsec nt
$1300 loss than prosont owner paid
for It a yoar ago. Compelled to sell.
J. A. Itastea, Ilond. Oregon. !tf
FOIt 8ALIS ISO acres chole Ir-
Hgalml land, 00 aero cleared. SO
seres la crop, SB scree Mt to clover
ind alfalfa, good 0-rooin house, tub
tlr and colled and nicely (tainted and
nhoMt 10 aprM of waste land, only
$ 1100. J. A. Masts. tnd. Or. Stf
FOIt SAI.R 16,000 "nw Oregon"
strawberry plants. B0 cents a liuu-
drml. Po well tn this oil win to. N. 1'.
Vlaysrd. Ilend. 2-1 lp
FOIt 8AI.I5 Jtrsy oow, with calf.
Mrs. Welder, fourth door north of
FOR SAt.W Uolsteln . oova nnd
Duroe Jersey Ihihi. " ihIIm oust of
Rend on Waugh road. C. V. Ilnrto.
K. F. n. itr
FOR SAl.B Furnlturo, splondl.i
heater, $2. SO. ImiuIio S, llulletln. 2p
FOIt SAl.U Half ton of seod nrtl-
cltikeN at rea soluble pi lews by P. II
.leucer. Handled In town by Sltise
Hardware Co. in
' FOIt &AI.B I have somo of thoso
flne nmdes jet at u small pi Ice In
Uldlnw. pro. C. II. Hatch. 1-tp
FOIt SAI.IS Kolloratrasa "Orys
fji Whlto" Orplnston egg"; also R. I.
Rqil. Theo Qhlokgus took no ptlsoa
in tno show room, thuy were nt home
laying. Mrs. Carl Hatch, I.aldlaw,
FOIt SAMS First clnsa oats hay,
nt rontuimiblo rates. P. J. Young, n
Hiilro t,nw bungalow, Bi mlltM N.
M,' ot Uon'd on It. F. D. routo. l-2p
FOR SAI.H HatohliiR OR59 from
thoroughbred Ilnrrod Rocks, uIbo
thoroughbred S. C .Whlto Leghorns.
Heavy laying strain. Pon of bU May
hatohod pulleta laying SS eggs during
December and 87 during January.
Price $1 per sotting. Wrlto your
wnnta on n postcard to Mrs. H. A.
Smith, Rox 81, Rend. l-2p
FOR SALE Team of horses, vt.
nbou 1600 each, 0 and 7 years old.
Ooorgo Oertson, Ilond. fi2tf
FOR SALE or trndo for Rond
proporty, 2, 3, or 5 acres, near car
lino, betweon Oregon City and Port
land. Rox lGf, Rond. 62-Sp
FOIt SALE 7B tons ot prlmo first
cutting alfalfa hay. Price $13.30 f.
a. bi Rend. J. J. Elllnger, Redmond,
FOtl 8ALE My delivery team
and harness, also my freight wagon,
complete' outfit, $300. See me. A,
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ggkfc Easter Showing
ON EASTER Sunday every woman
is anxious to stppcnr nt her very
best. Eitster is more than tt re
ligious festival as it also signifies the
"Coining Out" of new costumes, in con
formance with the long established cus
tom which marks it as the beginning of
the real Spring Season.
We are making a Remarkable Show
ing of SUITS, each one of which may
be accepted as exactly right in style
$12.50 to $28.00
Several new suits just received.
New Dress Accessories.
Aigrettes and Bandeaux. 75c to $1.25
Chemisettes and Guimpes.. 50c to 75c
Rar Pins 50c to 75c
Rows and Jabots 25c to 50c
RuHling, per yd 25c, 35c, 50c
Bulgarian Trimmings are THE HIT.
We show Dress Trimmings, Bands, All
overs, and Silks in Bulgarian Colors.
NEW HOUSE DRESSES AND
KIMONOS JUST RECEIVED.
A BASE BALL AND BAT FREE -j (f .. r(
with every Boys' Suit. Price ZpO.UU XO 4O.UU
First to Show y ZttttlVl 1 tYt f fC DepcnAn
ttienewihlnzs X T XC4.11 111 JL V JL 1 1 IV 1 J jStoro
FOR SALE Complete set of fix
tures, including scales and counters,
trucks. Ice box, etc., tor an up-to-date
grocery store, invoice svuv. jusa
store for rent. . See A. M. Lara. Oltt
FOJt SALE Five head of cheap
horses, on Ilend and Prinevlllo road
at Powell Rutte. N. H. Golden. Cl-2
FOR SALE Crystal Whlto Orp
ington eggs for hatching, from Kel
terstrass strain. Imported direct last
year; also unrelated breeding stock
at reasonable prices. Four first priies
at Redmond Poultry Show. Fred
Huey, Park Addition. Oltf
i iiavk vrv cood Ruff Orulncton
cockerels for sale at very reasonnblo
pricos. It. C. immcio, iicaraona.
FOR SAL Oraln hay at my ptaco
x mites from Rend, $11 per ton.
Phone or addrew O. C. Cardwolt
FOIt SALIt StrswlMrry plants at
0 cts per dec Ploco orders at one.
P. II. Deneor, It. F. D. Ilend. Stf
FOR SAHfrPalr or .light mares,
harnosa and wagon. Cheap. Roml
Sash & Door C 2p
Lnn C.M.W 'uw miriint fnr sad
dle horse or Idtyole. Lee Pesre.
rnit SAI.H Hour flna lots In
Park Addition In block 13. Wntor.
light nnd bIiIowhIUh: attractive
houses occupy adjoining proivsrty.
Samo prices you pay for unimproved
lots far out. "Inquire "Bargain", at
llulletln ofilco, Stf
FOR SALE Fine ranch. 10 acres
In alfalfa, good homo, outbuildings,
'xtrns. fence and cross fences. All
thoroughly Improved nnd In profit
able operation. K. W. It'ohnrdwrn.
2 miles oast ot Rond. 49tl
FOR SALE -1 S0-cro relinquish
meet, with 1G0 adjoining; nlso other
eholco locations, Addross R. C.
care llulletln. J3tf
FOR SALE Red clover hay $12.
bIbo mammoth clover hay $S, all of
It baled. Four miles west ot Lald
taw. Ore. Wlmer & Spaugh. 4SU
FOR SALE Rluo record Under,
wood typewriter ribbons nt the llul
letln otlico. if
FOR RENT Improved Irrigated
lands near Deschutes, Orc.Inqulre of
Wm. Johnson, Deschutes, Ore. 49tt
U'ACTEn To FCTOinond with a
middle aged woman homesteader
who wishes home. J. M.. care Bul
letin. 1-2 p
WANTED Full blooded Minorca
rooster Ed Halvorson. Rend. 51tt
WANT to get out on my homestcM
and will exchange first mortgage due
In June for horses, cow and chick
ens. Address II. C, care Bulle
WANTED Relinquishment, muit
be Itargaln. owner only, must show
claim, tholr expense. G. W. He,
Altamont Hotel. Sp
AYANTKD Wagon. Jmrnes and
team, maroa proferrml. Must bo
cheap, rtililross (1. W. Hess, Alta
mont Hotel, Rend. 2p
WANTED Second hand saddle,
Stato condition and price. P. O. Box
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Apply at residence ot H. J.
WANTED Men and teams to
clear light sagebrush. C mites from
Laldlaw. Inquire Fisher's store at
HELP WANTED Reliable middle
aged man for all round ranch work,
one familiar with stock and Irriga
tion preferred. Address box 221,
Deschutes, Ore. 2p
WANT to get out on my home
stead. Will exchange first mortgage
of $1000 due In Juno for horses, cow,
chickens, etc. Address H. O., caro
Lft nnd Found.
FOUND Naturalization papers
and homestead papers ot Dane Hrn
Jak. Owtter may have by calling at
Bulletin oltloo and paying for adver
LOST Dark gray overcoat, be
tween Bend aad 22 mllepost on road
to Bums. Reward for return to the
Bulletin office. 2p
FOR RENT Three-room house In
Wlwitorln, ?G per month. 0. W. Oort
6on, Box 9, Bend, Oregon. ltt
FOR RENT Tho best locatod
Btoro In Bend for n grocery, midway
between tho First National Rank and
tho new. postofllco. Sholvln nnd fix
tures complete. Long lease given If
desired, See ownor. A. M. Lara, tf
FOR RENT Furnished cabin. J 5.
W. B. Lesh, lot 11, block 1C, Center
FOR RENT Good furnished
housekeeping rooms, mpdorn In every
way. Inquire at Altamont Hotol 48f
FQR RENT Improved Irrigated
iand In Powell Buttu district. Apply
to G. A. McFarlaue,' Redmond, Ore
FOR RENT OR SALE 100, acrea
of Irrigated laud under Arnold, y;
tern, 6 miles from townj 26 aprtji H0.
dr cultivation. Call on or addjW
Chas. D. Rovre. Bend. 3U
iH!fokiyy 3Zilj rpr
FOR 3USL.DERS. ffl .
ROPE, TWINE, CORD.
FOR THE DEST TOOLS THAT WILL HOLD THEIR
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EDGE, COME TO US
FOR THE BEST FINISHING HARDWARE
THAT WILL LAST AND BE ORNAMENT i '
TO YOUR BUILDING, COME TO US WE
WE; SELL NO OTHER KIND.
WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING fN HARDWARE. COME
TO THE STOKE THAT HAS MADE ITS GOOD .REPU
TATION BY SELLING ONLY GOOD GOODS. '
Skwse Hardware Company.
W Impair Uuos af Ail Kind. '