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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1907)
. Furnished house for rent, Tel
teplionc Mrs. C. A. Joiici.
C. N. Klnct, Redmond's popular
iticrcliniiti wni n IIciul visitor on
Rev. Mitchell will preach tit the
toluiteli next Sunday inoriiiii): at
O. M. Cornctt of l'r Incvl'.Ic cnine
in on Monday's ntnc uml went on
up the line.
Miim Gtttcc Udwnrds ha accept
id a position in the postoflicc mid
A jhmicII mid ruler t'ivcti ftcc
With every ioc tablet at the Cor
ner DniK Stoic.
Mm. Hvn Polnde.ttcr of l'rino
vlllc Is HciidliiK a few dayii in Uend
You can j-el sweet potatoes and
cranberries fur your Thanksgiving
dinner at Grant's.
Tlie OrcRon Journal, daily and
Sunday 65 cents a mouth delivered
Sec A. II. Grant) Agent. ,11-40
"The llond Social Club has icntcd
Mrs. C. A. Jones' piano for 11 yeat
nml now lias the Instrument in it
" Mrs. Steel, Miss Anna and Floyd
were in front their home-lends near
Sinter last .Saturday trailing at
Struyod One rod heifer, mottled
face, enr umrks.uudcr bit, top crop:
Itcll on. Suitable rvward for return
iiK to Dan it. Smith. jO-.v;
Hcnd j;ot Its first flurry of snow
Tuesday uioruliif', enough falling
6 whltcli the ground. It soon dii
np'wared, lmwcvtr, as the aiiu cot
You should see those handsome
.uiortrd Japanese and imported
ftlass urns and vases at the Comer
l)ni)' store. They arc the hand
somest over shown in Mend.
The Html news stand expects to
ojcti,iii soon a flue Hue of ChrUt
Mas goods, toys and nlcnacs. It
will ulco have in n number of the
latest and mtMt popular novels.
Thar is a change of time in the
lutnalo mail singe. The stage
iiow lewves Ttnnalo r,t 10 a. m.,
hrrlves in Bend nnd loaves for Tuni-
.Wont 1:15. W. 1). Clark is the
ucf di Ivar.
.Wednesday evening n 'phone
iiuiMgc, f rou. th, region south o
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Kcmembcr Hint the band will
give a dance on Thanksgiving
Leave your orders fr Thanks
tjlvhn; turkeys nt Grant's nuww
Step in nml examine the new line
of cutlery just gotten in by the
corner i;rug More.
Mr. Kiln and wife, lute Japanese
utlivnin in Ileiid, have opened 11
luuudi) In the Triilett building
Two stage loads of p.i.sxcug'ers
arc coming In from Sliauiko oyer
the Wciinudv line mid are expected
to reach Mend tonight.
Dennett, 1111 nutomobile dealer
from Portland, was in Mend Thurs
day with 11 flue large machine. He
was Inking 11 run through Central
Orcgoti advertising his businc.11.
The gns lamp that is to I to given
a trial in Hcnd is now on the Way
in fioui Shnuiko. When it nfrives
it will be set up on the White &
Hill corner and if it gives sntisfuc
tiou n number of them will be
ordered fur the business streets.
Two weeks ago Mrs. Short was
culled to Wisconsin by the sudden
and wrlotis illness of her father, II.
U. Adkiui. She arrived two days
before bis death, the old gentleman
having passed away last Saturday.
For some time he had playncd to
hpend the winter in Hcnd mid was
just ready to stait when he was
taken .sick. Mrs. Short and the
children will remain in the Knst nt
least until after Thanksgiving.
A number of young men from
Hcnd drove out to the Uilcy home
Wednesday evening and prcfcnlcd
the newly wedded couple to a cha
rivnrl that lacked uonc of the old
fashioned and customary features.
The bays were invited In to partake
of the good things being served, the
guests, but only one of ihtci had
the nerve to respond to the invita
tion. The others returned to town
after having helped celebrate the
occasion to their satisfaction.
l;ava butte all .that it had been
sjibwiug there all that d.iy nnd thai
there was then six inches of snow.
Later reports state a foot of snow
Mrs. Moses Niswonger, John
Vrcidt nnd I,. Brandenburg left for
Silver I.nkc last Sunday to make
final proof on timber claims. They
wejc accompanied by Elmer Nis
wonger nnd Fred IIuuucll, who
wciit Wong art witnesses.
' Gene Gctchcll returned to Hcnd
last Saturday after an absence of
Vvcr a year. A year ngo lost Octo
ber he left for n visit with his aged
father nt Lester i'rairie, Minn., itud
lias been there since with the ex
ception of the last three or four
months spent In various parts of
; L. G. Walker, F. L. Walker
and George Walking, from Minne
iiota, urc in Dcud looking for em
ployment. They are carpenters
nnd if they can find sufficient work
0 warrant their staying they will
Kind for their families nnd reside
here. They plan to buy ditch
laud and develop it.
Dr. nml Mrs. A. A. Ilurris drove
(jowu yesterday from JJend where
they nrc now located, After spend
inc three or four days here, they
will drive on Uirough to The
miles, tuid from : there proceed to
tjlc Willamette Valley for a visit!
with their children They nrc
dutch pleased vyijlt tlic'ir nqw loca
tion at Bend, Madras Pioneer,
Gene Gctchcll, on his return to
Hcnd, had a $10 clearing house
certificate issued by the Spokane
clear ini! house. He stnted that
they circulated nt par througout
tlie In ami umpire anil were ns
gpod as gold. At Colfax, Wnsji.,
he presented one of $10 denomina
tion in iKiymcut for railroad fare
on the new electric Hue from Spo
kane to Colfax. The ticket agent,
in making change, gave him a cer
tificate of lesser denomination and
the balance in silver. These clear
ing house certificates must be' of
great assistance during the present
The city council has let n con
tract to J, II. Filey for removing
and grubbing out 21 trees, mid
stumps in the streets. With the
exception of three stumps, these
trees stand in Nevada street be
tween Wall nnd Hotid, nnd in Horn!
street between Nevada mid Oregon.
The large stump in trout 01 me
Pilot Huttc Inn will be removed,
also the one at the south eiid of
Wall street, nnd one in Houd street
standing in frotit of the Uend Liv
ery it Transfer Stable's corrnl.
Later n contract will be let for fill
ing the dip in the road just north
lof Wenondy's livery st(d)le.
Jco-cld's concerts arc getting to
be a very popular thinj at the Cor
ner Drug Store. The company
has four or five large phonographs
of both the Edison nud Stnr makes
and 235 records, nud the music
they have been serving up to the.
public, during the past week1 is,
v'dry pleasing nud of first-class var
iety. On sevcrnl occasions n party
of ladles, have gathered in Dr.
Scoficld's.ofl.ce.Q.ver the drugstore,-
.one of the machines, was taken ,,11
and n CQJiccn SY- 'or -he ladies 1
eutcrtnlhtn.ent nnd pleasure, Njijr-j
ly every veiiinrr finds a number pf
-men In the. store' listening to ths
Condition Are Hotter nt Men J than hi
John Htcidl returned to Heud
Wednesday evening from a busi
uetis trip to Portland ami reports
that financial conditions 111 Portland
nre In much worse nll.i thnn here
in Heud. The Mriiiuiix. y in be Inn
felt worse, nud in tu.ln . Instances
people lire in sort strait
lilt sober judgement, after study
hiK conditions 011 the um-tidc, is
that the mini who has money in n
small country bank U intlcli safer
nud letter protected tlinti he would
be if he had it in a large city in
Atitutiou. There their security con
sists largely of long titm. paper and
Danksoltcu hold to or 20 year Ixmius
that cannot be realised uku until
they mature. In 11 time like the
present, Mich paper is nbwlutcly
worthless as a means of raising
money, loo often many of these
bonds prove to have no value at nil
at the first sign of a panic mid con
ncipiently the bank that holds them
On the contrary the country bank
has its loans hecured, for the great
er part, with real estate security
that is absolutely good and x.-rhaps
may hold a small amount of paper
01 men Irom whom every dollar can
lie collected. Their loans arc thus
legitimate in every respect and such
banks arc as safe as any bank can
Several Hcnd jwople had deposits
in the three Portland twuks that
have failed. Their money would
have Iktcu much .safer in the local
institution. They would not be
lieve it, however, nud now they
have lost their dcttosils. The best
advice that can be tendered a dc
positor nt the present time is to
stand by nud suport your local in
stitution and you will win by it in
the long run. Mr. Sleidl, as pres
ident of the Hcnd bank, says that
they will pay every dollar of depos
its, no matter what develop.
Hence, it is foolish to become ner
vous nnd excited, to drnw out your
money and hide it away, nud thus
make hard times all the worse.
Stand by your local institution nud
you will be secure.
Mend Catholic Church Notices.
Kev. Father Hickcy, who has
just returned from an extended
Knstcrn trip, arrived in Uend last
Friday and held divine service on
Sunday. Masses were celebrated
at 8 and 10:10 o'clock n. m. nud
were well attended, a large number
ot non-Catholics being present nt
the 10:30 o ciock Mass, winch was
a High Mass. The pretty little
altar was lieautifully and brilliant
ly lit up with wax candles and the
many strangers present were aston
ished at the wonderful development
of the Catholic church in Hcnd and
the great increase in Catholic mem
bership. Cans' Mass in D was rendered
by Miss Urdman ns soloist, splen
didly assisted by Mrs. McDonald
ns contralto and supported by Mr.
Thos. A. Edison
Once made the state
ment that he expected
to see n
Phonograph in Every
His agents, The Sco
field Drug Company,
now have Kdisou
Phonographs for sale.
All sizes and n com
plete line of records.
Also the Celebrated"
Star Talking Machines.
Come in and Hear Them.
Nothing Nicer for a Xmns
7 . t i -See
pur window display.
Kd ilrcwterhpiis, Miss I'riiutrler
irt'sidcil at tliv organ Oaus' Mass
11 I) h a KMtid musical compost
fdn 4nd it whs done' complete ins
tfee by Pnther Hickcy'ti Hcnd
choir, ami pioved it delightful stir
lriv to nit whole congregation,
ll-Jv. lather H,iekcv desires
throUKh The Heud Bulletin to noti
ly nil the Catholic's that n First
Communion mid Confirmation class
1 1 us !,.! oiiniized hi Heud and
Mr. Vi' or O'Connor hnn been np
pointed teMcht-r mid superintendent
mid that all the children arc lobe M
the church m uudny.s.it 10:30
o'clock tor instruction Parents nre
expected t sec- that their children
profit by this opportunity.
Mrs. ISIsic Riley's home was the
scene of a very pretty wedding on
Inst Wednesday ' night, when her
only daughter, Marv, was united
in marriage to Mr. Kalph Sherwood
Dunne tlie last strains of
DeKoveu'rt "0, Promise Me," by
Miss Marion Wicst, the bride nnd
groom entered and took their places
under n bower of manzanita and
mistletoe Tlie beautiful Metho
dist Kpiscopal ring service was
read by the Kuv. Short.
The bride' looked charming in
creuin crc'ie a ligypla, arid carried
a shower bouquet of white carna
tions and asparagus fern.
After the ceremony a reception
was held nt the close of which,
amid the best wishes of their friends
and a shower of confetti, the happy
couple left for their new home on
the groom's fine farm near Red
mond. Miss Riley, one of the most popu
lar young ladies in Crook county,
is well known in church, cocial,
and musical circles. Mr. Sher
wood is a promising young rancher.
Thoe present were: Mr. nnd
Mrs. Morrison, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wicst,
Mrs. Ora Polndcxtcr, Mrs. Stilwcll,
Mrs. Tullar, Misses James, Gcrk
ing, Piukham, West, Vnndevert,
Wicst, Ricd, Grace Vnndevert,
Pauline Wicst. Messrs. Ucnbam,
Ulrich, Gcrkiug, Vnndevert and
The presents received; Hand-
painted pillow, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mor
rison; embroidered dresser scarf,
Miss Flossie Reed; salad fork, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Chandler; cream ladle,
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Ulrich; em
broidered doily, U. F. Uatteti;
fancy plates, Miss Booth, Mrs.
Frazier, C. P. Howe, Mrs. Stead
man, Win. Vandevert; Lewis &
Clark souvenir plate, table cloth,
silver knives and forks, Mrs. Elsie
Riley; four-leaf clover pin and
chain, Mrs. Drake, Misses Vande
vert, West, and Wicst; berry spoon,
Ulrich family; dozen napkins, Mr.
and Mrs. L. D. Uogart; stag katti
carving set, Mr. nud Mrs. Ora
Poiudexter; set of knives and forks,
A. H. Kennedy; salad fork, Mr.
and Mrs. Harder nud family; berry
spoou, Mr. and Mrs S. R. Riloy;
gravy ladle, Mr. nud Mrs. WiestJ
tea spoons, Miss Helen Ulrich;
butter pick, Pauline Wiest; gravy
ladle, Mr. nud Mrs. H. Riley;
berry spoon, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chas. Diffordj fruit plate, Grace
Vnndevert; panel picture, Miss Iva
West; embroidered pillow, M?ss
Pcttit; parlor lamp, Chas. Stan
burroughs Mexican drawn work
lunch cloth, Misses Rcid and Petit:
picture frame, Miss Piukham;
spoou tray, Mrs. Stilwell; an envel
ope containing sum of money from
Shower (or Urlde-Utcct.
Last Friday evening Misses Ruth
Rcid and Orpha Pcttit tendered a
parcel shower iu honor of Miss1
Riley, at which a number of young
lady friends were present, The
parcels were put in oue room and
Miss Riley hsUcU for tnem'witU fish
pole nud Hue, nud "landed" n num
ber of pretty nnd useful nrticles.
Cater a chafing dish supper was
V ,.' ..
Hardy, acclimated nnd well root
Blackberries I.awton, Merser-
can, nud Katuburu.
CurrantsRed Dutch, and white
Grope. ' J
'Raspberries -Cumberland (black
cap), Cutlibert (redVaHd., Golden
Queen (yellaw ' '
' .Strawberries Clarke Seedltert,
jthq fatuous Hood Rjiycr,, tfttf
per prices, etc. auuresa,
L. D. Wutar, Bcud, Oregon,
Special Sale of Hardware
For the next 30 days we will cldsc out our entire stock of
hardware nnd stoves at prfecs to suit you, ns we do not wish to
carry this line in connection with our furniture department.
Cdtlic in nnd look over the stock. Dclow we (note a few prices:
Water pails, former price 40 to 75c, sale price - 30c to 60c
Tea kettles, nicklc, former price $l 75 to $2; now 51.25 to 51.50
Tea kettles, granite, fm'r p're $150 to $2 50; now SI to 51.50
Wash boards, former price Go to 90c; sale price - 50c to 7Sc
Coal oil catis, former price 35c; sale price 25c
Buttcr nibUlds, former price 35c; sale price - - 25c
STOVHS. former price $15 50 to $30- .ale price, 5.J.50 to 526
A new line or furniture expected next week. Watch next week's
ad. for prices.
J. I. WEST,
BEND, OR. M
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THE. BULLETIN'S SdJjsgriWion List is grow-1
irtg and new; nanlesJnr," being acjded efic.h
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