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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1908)
UNTIL FEB. 1st YOU WILL i
find Ii mid reds of the above
rod tags scattered through
I 'The Big Store
2 and each tajc marks a saving of from iU to SO Jj
L percent for the purchaser. J
"The Big Store'
Keeps Its Word.
The above reduction is positive.
S prices are good until Pel). 1st only.
7 want the best o it come
PATH SAI.I' IS lf)SITIVKi
tnken Imck during till snle.
QENEUAL MERCHANDISE; J
unND, - - oitnaoN 5
i rrr 7- ""
Uojcoj Howard left Saturday for
i'ottlaud to attend to business mut
ter. k .Judge F.I1U drove to PrinevHIe
.fotidoy to attend to county mat-
Let The Hdltctin tld your job
printing. Nent and up-td-thc-mln-tttc
,n Vvery detail.
Fulph Patterson haft left for tlie
mountains and will nut hi the bal
f.ucc of the winter trapping.
I). V, Ilockfcllow, draftsman for
the V I S: P. Co., is spending the
holidays at Lcwislon, Idaho.
From now until February
: , all who get five lothls of
wood from me I willglvc-
One Load Free
If ou will pay for haul
ing. Same old price $-1 &
$3 5.Q per cord. Phone me,
F. M. C A,R T RR,
on the Corner'
no goods ckclimiKctl or
, -r..sfc,, J ,.vf;
'lrs. J. A, Boyd has been on the
sic!: list of late.
Henry Schumakcr, formerly of
Gist, ii now located' uu the Ten
Har Ranch working fot C. I..
Thb lkud baud has organized
and 1IM bey it n to practice uuttei
the cfilclent instruction of F. F.
Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Kedficld
drove over to Prlucvllle Saturday,
and spent a day or two nt the coun
Fascinating Pyrogr a p hy 150
page illustrated catalogue Xo. 2 free,
Wdodurd, ClnrUe & Co., Portland
The Bulletin richilowledgcs re
ceipt, with thanks, of a handsome
calendar gotten otit by the Silver
Now Islfhe time to lay iii your
,wintcr'r supply of .apples. We have
tlieiu four, varieties at 2,75 n
box. Km.!,! & AlJiuiDOK. 34tf
Rev. Mitchell will preach next
Suudily bbth morning and evening
at the Bend church. A cordial in
vitation is extended to cverydne to
Mrs. A. C. Lucas him n biue
handsome cnlla lilly In bloom.
Thoc who have wen it icpoit It
"just lovely' It Is one of the
first, if not tuc first, culln to bins
son) in llcuil.
The Vhntocwr wMI mct at
the home of Mrs. It. U Muuig next
Tuesday uflcrnoon . nt a o'clock.
All uicinbctH ntv Uriitnl to be pri-
cut ns there U important biisine
to In; token cute of
Mi Hazel ChMwcII, accom
panied by a friend, Mm Hiirttw,
arc Heniling the 1nllilHys with
Mi Culdwcll'tt wront.H In Bend.
The young ludies ure both teachers
in the I'tiucville school.
I nut now Hgcut for the UeLavnl
cream separator, and have one of
these marhiucs in stock. Step in
11111I examine it They are n great
convenience nud money suver for
the dairyman. K A Satiikk. 21U
A few dilys ngo the house on
Grover Caldwell's homestead, be
tween Uo-liitiil and the Paulina
mountains, caught fire and was
d i-M roved with practically nit of
the contents. The cause of the
fire Is unknown.
A. M. I.ara U having a "Pint
Annual IIotihc-CleaninKS.de" from
now until the Lit of February
and is mitlhii! a cut nrlcc on
a lot of good goods in order to re
duce stock before taking inventory.
It will pay you to look up his ad.
Ur. I'. II. Deuccr is buliuiug n
teiUorary phone Hue to connect
his place with the line at the Wil
kinson farm. As soon as the wire
can be gotten in. several ranchers
in that vicinity arc going to build
a private line into Bend and will
connect with the Pioneer Telegraph
& Telephone Company's system.
Mr. and Mrs. C S. Hudson and
little son reached Bend the first ol
the week froUt their former home
in Colorado, alid how count them
selves as Hcuu citizens. J ucy arc
domiciled for the present in one of
the club hatlscs. Mr. Hudson has
great faith hi the future of Bend
and the Bend country and will cm
bark in business here.
Jack Summers returned yester
day evening from Paulina, whcic
he had received 500 poles' for the
Pioneer Telegraph & Tclcpuoue
Company. These poles arc to lc
used In rebuilding the tine between
the Stewart grade and Paulina.
Wm. I.ytle has the contract to fur-
null 6t3 poles, and dcllvciy of the
amplliil noted has just been made.
The dance given Christmas night
called out one of the largest crowds
of the season, aud everybody re
ports that everybody certainly had
an enioydble time. Two or three
unique feature's were introduced
during the evening to vary the
usual monotony. There was only
one objection and that was that the
attendance was so large (hat the
floor was crowded.
Pacific Morse Llolmcnl j prcpnrcJ
ctpresily (or the needs ol horsemen and
rmchinen. It Is powtrful sad pene
irttlni llnlnient, a remedy lor cmtrten.
cles. A soothlnc embrocation lor the
relict ol palp, and tlie best liniment lor
I gpctjns and soreness, o Uiuqualed (or
cwwi fPs nounas anu injuries 01
L DAlJlJCtt-VIRO anJ l heallnr cuts,
aorastorui, sores and bruises, raciuc
Hnrx liniment It lullv kuaranlced.
' Ru older Is so iood or hclplulln so iqany
niealer to refund the purchase price.
- dm iof mihii rim ((nit
. uooKLer vmm rutu
Win Steplii-iis recently bong 1 1
20 ncrt-n ol hind six mik-M from
Vniicouver, Wiisb , nod will have
it net out In or luinl mid hiiihII
frult.s. There Hlrendy l u mii.iiI
orchard on the pliae, ;ind eventual
ly he pIkim to have the entire 20
ces into (init Tin purchac
(rice wus 1. 500 "Bill" sav he
in't goiiiK to lw In 11 hurry to k;ivt
BrtHl, vrn if b hns Iwught the
Kvlilence tlm; Bend is groAlug
nud that the rotinm siirnuudiiig
it issettliii( lip is shown in the an
iiuhI school census The number
of ftcholurs of school iikc living in
the district, hh re(irteil on Kov. 25,
is 207. In 1907 there w-te onh
165, or a gain ol .Jz in the year
nesrly 25 per cent Incre.ise Tin
assessed valuation of ptopcrty 111
tne district for 1908 is S55 1,339. as
against .108,580 in 1907 an in
crease in taxable property of about
35 per cent
That old quotation, "The well
laid plans of mice and
describes optly the position ' in
which the Indies' Library Club
finds itself this week. The club
had planned to giv an interesting
and out of-thc-ordiuary program on
New Year's eve, but the ladies, at
the last moment,, were unable to se
rine the book containing the pro
gram, and iLcy hav been forced to
drop that feature. A dance will U
given, however. In Lara's hall and
a large attendance is desired, ol
A- M. I.ara and George J dues of
Bend were In Prlncville the latter
part of last week. Mr. Jones was
seeking music for the grand ball at
Bend Christmas night. The Bend
orchestra, at one time the finest in
Central Orcgou, was reduced to a
frazIc by the marriage of the pian
ist, Miss Wilkinson, and the de
parture of the leader, Miss Iva
West, for the Willamette valley.
Mr. loucs fdilcd to get the orches
tra here, aud wc expect the Bend
people will hale to fall back upon
tbeir old statidUy, Charley Cotlor,
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Lara cntcrtaiued in a very pleas
ing lilanucr a number of their
friends al a "hard time patty." As
the nalnc signifies, it was oue ol
tho$2 "dress" affairs where every
one tries to dress just a little more
elaborately or peculiarly than any
one else. There were some stun
ning costumes present. During
the evening popcorn and apples
were served and these were followed
with coffee and doughnuts, after
which the host distributed presents
from a pretty Christmas tree to all
the guests. The gifts ranged from
a rattle box to a tin locomotive, aud
evidently brought much joy to the
recipients. The evening was a
very informal one aud was spent in
JFhen You Paint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you desire the
vfcVy best results at the
least expense you
E; A. SATHEk
A Fall Line of Groceries, Dry
Qoads and Hardware always on
I ant improving my stock of furniture in every
shipment, and now have in stock some of the finest
pieces of furniture ever shown in Bend. I would call
your attention to the following goods and priods:
W&' Upholstered couch
k7--'v' Reception room set
Dining tables quarter
and ash, from
Center tables quarter-sawed oak,
DresH-rs uoldcn oak, from .....
Babv enrriaucs and go-carts, from ....
Rocking chairs at various price. Sectional book cases.
IF YOU WILL STEP IN AND LOOK THlJM OVER I KNOW
YOU WILL LIKE THEM.
Our line excels. I carry everything you may waht in the
hardware line, including paints and oils, doors and windows,
step ladders, lime and cement. Nowhere in Bend can you find
so complete an assortment, and then yod know, our prices
arc fair. ,
Children's Coasting Sleds and
I also carry a-fr.li line, of Staple and Fancy A ' '
Just what you need.
UenJ, S. C. CaldWell Orezon
The Central Oregon
Banking Trust Company
CAPITAL $25,000 FULLY PAID.
. .. v -.
3 and 4 per cent.
Months and One
a General banking business.
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nrwlnr mrlli ol Chir
' special. OFFER
FOTl td CENTS
will mil pmliMtld our
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ITS! Hom 81. lltwkfnnl. Illluol.
social converse and simply in hav
ing a good time. And every one
present certainly succeeded in the
The Christmas exercises last
Thursday ev'cnihg at the church
were enjoyed as U3ital by an audi
juce that taxed the capacity of the
building. There is .one event in
Bend that is always sure of a liberal
attendance, and that is the yearly
Christmas exercises. This t,ime the
program consisted of a pleasing
Christmas cantata, which was well
put on by the folks, big and little.
(0f course, itjC.udedvhh the appear
aucc and capture, of Santa Clans,
i.Al.!-1. .1t:lt...1 . 1!.lt ...l.
wuieu uciijjiiicu kite iu. ptujut.
A large handsome tree in one comer
with many presents banked around
it, made their eyes sparkle with
excitement aud anticipation, and it
Is to be honed that not -a. single lit-
tl& tot went home disappointed.
The Sunday ijchoothad presents, as
tisuapfor'oll the children, couslstiug
of q trcct qfjeatujics, utits, etc. May
the Bend yoimgsJter s aud. their par-
ets live to enjoy mauy happy re
turns of this, the happiest day of
veloup upholstering $10 to $25
IP to 25
12 to 25
4.50 and up
17 to 20
23 to 28
- sawed oak, maple
Interest paid on Six
Year Time Deposits.
inklings at Obt.
Gist, Oct. 38. The Christmas tree a
Cist wis a prand stiecdii. The tree wa,
loaded .with present, and there wcr
aliout 100 people prelect. ' .Ul seemtif tr
have a rood titne.
Cbas. Clrsoh his completed his fiix
large barn and on New Year'a eve he
wilt give an old fashioned dance in It.
Another sawmill near Gist. The Wit
son Bros, arc going to'move their mill at
Sinters down near Gist.
Will Lcvereus is rfrujid buying caKe
nml yearlings.1' . '
1're.l Welsh- of 'Cloverdale is losln
quite a few hof-s from some unVn
disease. 'Theyiaet sick ami die In
Some of the ladles In this neighbor
hood took pity ou the bachelors aw
baked them a cake for Christmas.
Rev. Mitchell of Demi preached at tl
school house at Gist Sunday.
A reception was held Saturday eve
ning Dep, 36 at the Scoggin home in
liouor of the marriage of their daughter
..Mamie Scnggiu, to Mr. S. I Dennett.
Ou the uights of Dec. 16, 17, iS
19 and rb, the thermometer rauget'
from P to 1 0 degrees below zero a'
Silver Lake, according to the
-tUU I.KR IN
Harness and Saddlery
Trunks' stride Valises
Suc&siur to A. I Uiuiter,