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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1908)
( "For every man a square denl, no
fcss and no more."
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URIDt?, AUGUST 7, 190$.
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. TO, pOND .MERCHANTS,. , ,
tf.you, liVe. examined the cata
logues cf the, big mall order con
cerns you will have been impressed,
perhaps, with the studied efforts
these merchants make to convince
people that they can savk monkv
9V,,IKAUXG WITH TIIUM SVC
soracthinc on almost any article
under the sun.
The appeal succeeds, as you
know; and these merchants win
largely because of the emphasis
they place on this one idea alt of
the time, in all of their advertising.
Now you know that on a great
many things you can undersell
these .same mail order people; and
so it seems as though one way to
compete with them would be to en
large upon the fact- that you can
undersell even .the mail order
houses on same qualities of goods.
And, iu your advertising, it
might be wise to learn one other
tiling from these people. They
take plenty ,cf space- in which to
describe (usually ia very' crude liter
ary style, but still with a certain
amount of conviction) the merits
and attractions of their goods
specific, detailed descriptions.
You can make your ads. twice
us interesting as any mail order
catalogue, twice as readable but
you should, perhaps, keep in mind
the two things that, in mail order
ttdvertising, sum. roods. Claims
of money-saving and detailed des
criptions of articles and always
iteration and reiteration of the idea
that their prices arc lower.
Incidentally, the mail order mer
chant will not cut into the trade of
any .merchant whoadver-tites ag-
KrcasiTc.7 mu aociuaieiy in 111s
local paper. "
returned Tuesday from a two weeks'
outing in the Cascades. -They
camped near the big berry patch on
the Sautiam and during their stay
there killed eight deer, Uerrles
were very scarce, and only a, few
have ripened so far as .the season
i&la,tc,,but. big gauio to unusually
plentiful iu the mountains. Madras
FACES CIIARQB OF ARSo'ft.
(Continued (roui page 1.)
Promptly at 8 o'clock Thursday
evening Miss Bessie Wilkinson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tra J.
Wilkinson, was united in marriage
to Mr. hltucr Merrill, the ceremony
being solemnized by Kcv. J. An
thony Mitchell at the home of the
bride's parents east of Uend.
At the appointed time the young
couple entered the room to the
strains of the wedding march ren
dered by the bride's sister, Mrs.
Creed Tripled. They took their
positions bc'ucnth a horse shoe of
carnations and before n comer
massed with tuanzanita. Kcv.
Mitchell then spoke the few and
simple words that united the lives
of these two young people. The
bride was attired iu a gown of white
batiste trimmed with lace over
S white silk, while the groom wore
tho conventional black.
Fallowing the ecremeny a wed
ding sur.pcr was served. The table
was prettily decorated with n center-
piece of candles banked with, car
buildings adjoining the cellar from
Millard Triplett stated ou (he
stand that on the night of the jail
fire, Kstebcuct Moot! by his side
wheu somebody told Kstebcuct that
his cellar was v again on fire. The
defendant renmrked, "The dickens
it is, and walked around on the
other side of Tripled. He showtod
no alarm and waited so long 'be
fore coiug to the cellar that Trip
lett was surprised, thinking that -if
a man's property was burning- he
would be anxious .o attend to it.
He also testified that he had asked
the defendant if he had got a lot of
his whisky moved out before the
fires, whereupon r.stebenet got
greatly excited and offered to bet
Triplett a hundred dollars that he
had not moved the whisky. He
had previously admitted to Sheriff
Elkins that he had moved the
Bob FIcmniiug testified that pre
vious to the first fire iu the cellar,
Kstebcuct had told him that he
was going to have the liquor in
sured as there might be a fire.
The defense introduced no evi
dence, but coufiucd itself to argu
ment before the court.
The history of this case is inter
esting. On the uight of the Litis
ter mill fire, Saturday. July iS, the
barrel in the Kstebcuct cellar burned
and went out without spreading to
the adjoining wood-work. On
Tuesday night, the 2 1st, the cellar
was found afire and considerable
damacc done to the wet coods not bevon 1 the rac'i of mcdui-c
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RitroRr 01' Tim Condition or
The Central Oregon Banking
& Trust Company
at llcnd, In tlir Slate of OrrKUH,
nt the close of tnulncM July tj,
I.oiik aiuI ilNcounH. . , f I7.7N Sl
Overdraft, secured nnd unse
cured . 771 51
IlnuktiiK house, (tirnltnre, ntid
fixtures S,yy 14
Oilier rtnl otnlc owned M.uoo
Current cxjwhwi i.wi M
Due from upprmed reverie
tank .iM id
Check iind.otlicr cash itcun. . Si')
Cnsli on llrttul J.3 ('S
Cnpitnl lbrk paid in
iiuiiviiiuiu tiriwitn Minion
. . .f 11.975
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Dcmittxl ccrttfU'ittr 01 (let-oslt .lit
Time certificate of dcpoilt . . . S.jjh 14
Totnl Rl.UJ H
I. J. II
Bend-Shaniko Livery & Stage Comply
J. II. WUNANDV, Prop.
W. P. Kollcy, AroHI. aimtilko t.
Covered Stages between Bend and Slmnlko
l.lvcry nnd Feed Stntilcs nl Slmnlko, Madras nnd Uend.
Wu rtiij our riga lo.ploaoo Ihc public.
Slngos lonvo enc( -wny ovory day.
RiRs lo nil palls of Central OroKon. Cutoflit drivers fun.lsliotl
Special Attention Given to Expross and Baggage.
fl 1 1 1 11 1
StMc of Oregon. Comity of Crook. W.
Ilommi, cflnier 01 tne ncoc
nations. 1-rom the four, corners of ,i iMni:. ,tn ..ir,K- rar tim ihr
the table hop vines and ribbons above statement U true to the tctoI my
ascended to the ceiling making a KnviiKcimu ieiici.
very pretty effect. The house
throughout was decorated with
manzanita and carnations.
The wedding was a quiet one,
only a very few friends being pres
ent outside of the immediate families
of the contractitiK parties. Numer
ous handsome presents ol China
and silver were received.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill left the
same evening for the groom's home
stead west of Rostand, where they
will be at home to their friends
after October 1.
The bride is a talented young
lady and is popularly and well
known in Hend's social circles, hav
ing resided here some four or five
years. The groom is an energetic
yotitrg farmer, likewise wcjl known
iu Bend nnd vicinity. The Bul
letin extends best wishes.
t It lliviifru v fViftlitrf
J'. A. Satium,
l C. Cok.
1' r - s K lrci Ueti.cd' l 1
cave of kti'miv r t'h ! lcr truttt,
That man Hughes of New Vork
is certainly causing the politicians
of his state a great deal of trouble.
Tbsjr arc afraid that if they do- not
nominate him for re-electioa the
ticket will be defeated; and if they
do nominate him they fear they will
uuewise suuer ueteat. lliey are
truly between the devil and the'
deep sea. Hughes has made good.
And he has done it, as usual, in
spite of the bitter opposition of the
political machine. What a refresh
ing sight it has been, a stalwart
man' standing for right laws and de
cent living, and carrying on his
light in open defiance of the whole
scurvy tribe of politicians. Walter
Wellman, writing to the Chicago
Record-Herald, says. "He defies
the whole tribe ofpoliticians those
of his own party as well as of the
other party." Good for Hughes.
Would that the nation had more
men of like caliber. -'
Does'jt pay to be decent? Judg
ing from the actions of some-men,
we mrit Infer that they figure it
Iocs not. Apparently their every
endeavor is to arua$s wealth, not in
some legitimate manner, but by
violation of the law. And this vio
lation consists in acts of immorality,
nastiness and filth. That's the
manner in which they make their
living by degrading the morals of
the community and importing lewd
women to assist them. The very
presence of such men is a contami
nation. They are wholly criminal
and a menace to decent society.
They should be put where their ne
farious impulses can injure no one
behind the bars of a penitentiary.
stored tn it, but the cellar was not
totally destroyed. Again, on Fri
day night, July 24, at the time the
jail wss afire, the cellar vas again
discovered to be on fire. Those
who first reached the cellar ou the
2 1st found the door covering the
approach 10 the cellar propped open
with a stick and the door opening
into the cellar unlocked and slight
ly open, as though to give the fire
air. That is the suspicion now
held. After this fire the keys to
the cellar were taken by CI: as.
.Brown, who had written the in
surance policy, and the door locked.
l ne last tire was set against tuc
upright door and within the ap
proach to the cellar.
On July 18 Kstebenet was not;
fled that his application for in- ir
ancc had been accepted. On that ,
evening the barrel burned in the.
cellar. This, with the mov'iig of1
the liquor, the three fires iu the
cellar following each other so close
ly, and Kstebenet's general con
duct under examination, aroused ;
the suspicion that he was response
ble for the fires. The extreme pen
alty for arson is 15 years in the
penitentiary; the leatt is four years.
When a change of venue was
granted Kstebcuct in the case
brought against him of having sold
liquor illegally, .Sheriff" Klkins and
Attorney Bernicr dismissed the
case, as they would not have time
to try it, and he was at once ar
rested on the charge of arson.
There arc btill several counts stand
ing against him for the illegal sell
ing of liquor. He will have to
stand trial for these later.
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On Thursday at I'riucville argtt- j
ments were made before County
JUdge lillis in habeas corpus pro-!
ceedini;s brought in behalf of A. II.
Estcbenet. Attorneys Karnes and
Creenraau appeared for Kstebcuct
and Uernier for the htate, There-
lease of hstebenet was denied by
Judge Ullis after the argunicuts
haij been submitted, but by com
mon cotiEout of the attorneys of
both sides the bail was reduced
from 2500 to $1300. This amoupt
waS'idbn raised and the defendant
is. now out,on bail,
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' Campers Kill Eight Deer.
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Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold
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my case, and I took retcrul medicines
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tunatcly I Insist :1 upon havinu 1'oley'
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My wife has since used I'olev'a Iloncv
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