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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1907)
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Gtarfje Sly'qt Ro.ilntid was
Hand visitor Tlinrisdny.
1'rnnl; Hole or. Ko.ilnnd won n
hindnem caller in town Thursday.
Mr. nml Mrfl. Alton Wilcoxnoti
were vinltliiK In Jlcinl n few tlnys
Dr. Turloy returned ,to Bend
fhnrmlny evening from a trip to
New needle work ndded each day
o the exhibit nt West's furniture
More. Conic in nml see tlicni.
Tlie.Orenon Journal, dally nml
Sunday 65 cents a month delivered
Sec A. II. Grunt, A;ent. .11 -to
" The ncwrt stand opened tip their
Christmas toys thin week. An
nsdoitment tonailsfy oklntid yonim.
Miin Orphn l'cttit npent Thanks
rIvIiir witii Mm Maude Vnudcvcrt
ht the tatter's ranch home at the
? Strayed One red heifer, mottled
iicc, ear murkiMindcr hit. top crop;
k on. Suitable reward for return
iiitf tp Dan H. Smith. ' 369
A. II. Grant hart opened up u fine
line of Christmas goods that make
(he little ones' eyes sparkle with
desire and expectation.
. lor Sale Sitting-room, Ikd-room
nml kitchen furniture. Call before
Dec. 11. Crocker cottage, No. 23
iflcvcnlli St., Hcml, Or.
Charles Stanbiirroimh left the
middle of the week for n visit with
relatives in Portland, lie will re
turn About the first of the year.
, The city council has let the con
tract to Archie 1'attle for filling the
"dip" in the street just north of
the Pilot liuttc barn nt a cost ot
A petition Is taint; circulated and
freely Hlguod nmylng the county
court tn appoint V. J. O'Connor
justice of the eacc for the pre
cinct of Bond.
A. M. Lara, the new proprietor
Of the Hand Mercantile Company,
hns tin announcement. In this issue
to the public. Read his ad. iti
It is roportod that 10 new families
hnvc recently moved into Itedniond
That little burjr evidently netting
Its share of the new people that tire
moving into this section.
The Krnrlc L. Smith Meat Co.
of Portland will pay cold coin for
carload lots of cattle, calves, sheep,
Jamb and Iiors fat stuff Also
fordrcftsd tcul, pork and poultry.
Santa Clans has forwarded an
a Ivaucc hipmcnt of hbt goods to
the Comer Drug Store and has ap
pointed that popular store Ills agent
for this ncclioii. Dr. Scoficld tells
nil about it iu another column.
Head his ad.
A recent new comer to these
parts is W. K." I'ergUHon, n brothci-In-law
of John I'etguson. Mr.
Kcrgusou came from Alberta and
expect to nettle here. lie will
move ins family here later.
"Uncle" John Slscmorc gave 11
dance to the public last Saturday
evening in celebration of his recent
marriage. The baud boys furnished
the music, a large crowd attended
and everyone had 11 fine time.
Will Orcutt and wife of Enter
prlic, Oregon', have arrived for an
extended visit with Mr. Orcutt'
fnthcr nml mother and brother,
I'rnnk. Mrs. Orcutt Is state organ
iser for the Koyal Neighbors.
Santa Clans has arrived, so we
should judge, by looking iu the
store nt the news stand An assort
ment of the latest published novel-
received nt the news stand suitable'
for ChristmatTprcscnts; also a vari
ety of nick nacku.
Call nt West's furniture (tore and
took over the line of dainty hand
made Christmas novelties exhibited
by Mrs. Sweet. Fancy uproutt,
shopping bags, decorated coat hang
ers, iiardangcr center pieces and
many other pretty and useful arti
cles, Howard Spilling has the lumber
contracted for a new barn on hi,
flo-ncrc tract about two miles from
town. The barn will lc 30x40 feet
with I ,i-foot posts to the eaves, ami
will be built at once. Mr. SniiiiugJ
it doing considerable work clearing!
rock from this same tract.
At the recent county fair the
IJcud school took the third prlw
$3.50 for a general exhibit from
any school. Claude Kcllcv, 6th
grade, took first prize for arithmctU
paper, $1.60; Mclva linker, 4th
grade, prixe for comositioti, 80
cents; Violn Hrown, first prize for
arithmetic pajicr, 90 cents.
Creed Tfiplctt lias bought from
his brother. Millard, the lot in
Lytic on which the house was
burned last summer, and will soon
U'giu the erection of a four-room
cottage thereon, somewhat similar
to the' John Sisemorc house recent
ly occupied Ly C. I). Hrown. Tlic
new Iioum will be 3tx4 feet with
to foot posts.
Tuesday morning W. J. McCill
vray, accompanied by Mrs. John
Ferguson, left for Portland with
Mrs McGillvrny w'cru she will
take treatment iu n hospital. Mrs.
McGillvrny has been ill fur several
weeks and it was necessary to take
her out on a cot. Hur trouble is a
nervous one, but the doctors say
her recovery will probably be rapid
Christmas Is Coming.
The BEND NEWS STAND,
A. II. Grant. :: Proprietor
iiwiTHSf pwww wwin f IM'lf II PHI" 'I' inmmmn
. CAUUIHS A FULL LINE OK
Stationery, Toys, Candics--StojjIe and Fancy
Cranberries, Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Apples,
Pears and Sweet Potato.
See the Handsome Papotries,
wmammmMmimmammmm!fip"wmm 1 11 a aw
A new lltie or FURNITURE IKON IiKDS, SPRINGS)
KOCKKKS, PARLOR STANDS, DINING TABLES and.
CHAIRS just received nt
J. I. West's Furniture Store;
COME IN AND SKI TIIHM.
ft. " Rockers, golden ash, illuminated cobbler sent 0.. .,.......? 4.50 AS
TJfc Center Tables, golden 'oak, polished, .; 3.50 H
pjl Center Tables, wentlfcred oak, mission style, only 1 '4.50 M
Dining Tables, golden oak, highly polished .,......, 15. 00
Dining Chairs, golden; 'maple, cane .".eats......... ,',, 1.75
iJiilhig Uia rs, golden manic, perloratcd seats. .... 1.50
Iron Beds, wWtcaiid blue enamel, gilt Irltimllugs 17.00
Iron Beds,, while enamel, gilt trimmings. ...... ,..., 7.00
Iron lludij, blue ciinmel. ; : 4.00
Red Sirlngs, hard maple frame, spiral support, L.u.p... 4.50
Red Springs hard atopic frnmer steel band support f. 4.00
and marly other styles. . '" ij
Adoati uUtrMw jMCMcttd n
.7n.f?.r.,,i'HM -. .,
I rwxt wk-"
T It. Saivhlll )i.in taken up the
affairs of the Aiuoml ditch mm
pany mid wiUcudeaVor to ct water
to the settlers next yenr. He expects
to devote Ids entire time to this and
tins resigned his uetive duties at
Win. Arnold wns taken to Port
land the first of the w-ek. His leg
thul whs broken a few weeks ago
hns developed Into n serious cum
.did he will undergo mi nitration
thereon in a Portland hospital It
tvas feared that aulputatioii would
be necessary, btit the doctors are
now of the opinion that with propvr
treatment Unit will I nuuecehiary.
The Secretary of the Interior has
decided the contest ease of Dr M
V. Tiuh-y vs. Mrs. Jtrisie McCulis
ter ill favor dt tin- din tor. The
local laud nfiiec decidel the case iu
lavor of Mrs. McCullistcr, hut the
doctor apeiiled iiiiit the decision
i-iis reversed by th6u higher up.
I'hc laud under contest is 11 valu
able 320-iicre tract Iu the Squuw
ik-tt Dehorlmier w.is in Rend
Monday alter a lo.it! of luniU-rwitli
which to build a bam 011 his ranch
near Forked Horn buttc. The
barn will be 14x16 feel with 13
loot posts. Mr I)t'I.orimer is a
new comer to tlnrw pirts from
Wnllsburv, Wash., and comes with
1 he intention of milking il'is his
future home. The liullctin ack
nowledges a pleasant calf.
Authoii AhNtrom, wio has 11
ranch near Ioug liutte. w-iis jn
I tend Wednesday mid made this
office a pleasant visit His ranch
joins that of the Sherwood Hros
and he came in with Fred Sher
wood. Mr. Ahlstrom recently
came from The Dalles where he had
'ceil working during the summer
He snvs there are u lot of men out
of work nt that place; they have
squandered their wiiges and now
winter is coming on tlicm and they
will have to exist as ImsM they am
Much suffering is bound to ensue
A t ftf'l
A gooci jokc is iuiu on .iikc
Morrison. Wednesday he was
standing nt his back door shaking
rugs when n gut of wind caught
a brand new hat from his head,
carried it over the house and land
ed it in the middle of the river.
Mike nt once dropped the rug' and
made chase after ihe fleeing hut.
lollowiug along the bank of the
river. He intended to follow it
down to the IlnMcr oiill where he
hoped the foot bridge would give
him an opportunity to recover it
After si-rambling bareheaded ' over
rocks and brush for n quarter of a
mile or more, what was his disgust
to see that new hat strike n rock
in the middle of the river and sink
from sight, never lo rise again
Thereupon Mike turned about,
came down through the street and
bought him a new "head j)icce.,,
Headquarters for Xmos Goods
npIIU CORNER DftUG STORE has always beeH lica&
quarters for Xinnfc Goods and we are going to live up
I to the reputation. Wc have t(ie largest and most complete
stock of Xmas Goods ever shown In Bend. .
or All kinds.
And Marty Bthers Too Num
erous jo Mention.
Candies; Nuts, Etc.
WE HAVE, A TON OF
And Everything Von Need,
Iu Dainty Boxes.
Ccata no iriorc ttiati Common
Edison and Star
A Complete Line of
Call in and hear them play.
A Xmas Present that will
that axx Good.
You don't have
to buy a new
one ercrr year.
Juit What Your Wife Wants.
Stick Pins, Etc.
,' A Xmas Present that will last
and be remembered.
or the LitJIe Girfe.
And afj prices
that will make
them go. :: "R
SHEARS : RAZORS
What will please
, the boys better
or be more use
ful tha'a a knife?
Wo Have die BEST In Town
Dig Meadows Items.
over siut the' whole country riowucut
We hive juit nwakcnwl from our Rip
Van Winkle lccp to tftnl the timber ruh
nver the money miiIc. llulwcorc like
the Suede who mIi), "I ant Utikful that
I lmv no money on bunk." Uut cheer
up, don't grieve woiic without hope,
you have plenty o( wood and water (or
u inter, nml Wirt the railroad comini:?
(wtu.e timr) Any how haven't wc been
mill lhl they are goltij; to take t!c "In
God We TrnU" oft tlw illvcr and I
think omcthiui like thi would l
more flttluu, "Work for the next" or
"Thou shall not itcnl". .
Mr. Vflndevcrt entertained n jolly
crowd of younn lople on Thaukiilvini;
at the old "Homrttcaa.".
George Tone 1 buitdlut a prettv cot
tage on hli homettcad lit KliiKdom.
Mesira. Kcltv and I.akln apent few
days latt week at the Meadow and Mr.
I.akln bagged tome fine mallard.
At the urewnt wrltlni! the crouiid
around here i turning white and I think
by morning It win ixs mow wnue ami
thru Kimc. "Dog gou' the now, the
beautiful (now; I only with you would
gol gol gol and keep going.
A Fresh Complezloa
rtrtKrvtd and produced b:
Kobertlne. a mllJ. dellchtful
preparation. dlcatcly fragrant.
Mikei the iklu exduliitdy tofti
UinUhci crack! tdarixaranco caused
by over-drynetlirfifucci the ttie of
enhrrtd porei, eUnci them, re
luce liflimrrutln.nilirtcdi an even,
radiant clow due t ,lolcoino rtourith
inent ot kln eUndiud simulation of
the capillirin nMch alto feed tho
ikln and lupplrJRi htalthful color.
AiiJtutVrveetitttr a frt imtu
Thc alloVe are only a feri- of the things wc have. We have bought In quantities at cheap
prices and arc Kiu& to sell cheap. Wc can't afford to have any left-overs. Call'cariy. No trouble
to show Roods. Your checks tuKcu the same as cash. Call before you buy and you woa't buy
anywhere else. .
Scofield Drug Co.
NPW SCHOOL FOR REDMOND.
(Continued from page I )
Miller to experiment till yry with
crop UmI are new to 111 and the tucccu
or failure of the tet thould be given
I'rank Morrill Ikj returned from
worklHg for ItijjhloTrr-Kmith at Cist.
Mr. Lilly accompanied her huatautl
to Keduiond for yesterday' service and
helped very much by tluglug a tolo,
"Jut for Today.".
Neighbor I)5l)rlmlcr got in ThumUy
from WaiUbtirg. Washington,, ami will
further improve In place out by the
VleasatU hop took place ThUrtday
and Saturday night at the hotel and at
Z. T. McClay'a. . C. I'ark.
Stray Cattto Taken Up.
At my ranch 15 miles east ofDcud;
brand HU conuccted. also E. One
or two other indistinct brands
among them. A. O. Walkkr.
Seed Wheat for Sale.
Cox seed wheat for sale, ac per
lb., at the Bend tyvery & Transfet
'"IJ-Jkl I'll 1
HENRY L. WH1TSETT
Horse Shoeing: and
First Class Work OuarAntecd.
Located in the old Sheldon shop.
Wood For Sale
I Vill deliver wood a, .town at
ihe following prices:
DliV BEOCK W00J3
16 inches long ,
' S4.00 a cord..
ijkv lib yqjbo
itjcltJM loaf ,;.
$3. 6b & corcl.
rut In your yard 011 ahqrtJiotiee.
t'honp to jiq wlitaytt.wgodt'
Won't cot you anyttyfngito Jdtoe to
fl M. OAttTER,
Complete Stock of
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
AH Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
T. & G. FLOORING
WINDOW JAM liS
O. G. BASEBOARD
0. G. BATTINS
P.' B..D. PATENT ROOFING
jTk . I. 4 P.
frkc. s.i. c.
CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION.!
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