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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1909)
t UNTIL FEB. 1st YOU WILL :
find hundred!i of the above
red tajjs scattered through
I The Big Store
ALL ARE TAGGED
and each tap; marks a saving of from 10 to 50
percent for the purchaser.
"The Big Store"
The above reduction is positive. These
prices arc good until Feb. 1st only. If you
want the best of it come early.
GACri SALE IS POSITIVE no goods exchanged or
taken back during this sale.
The holidays ore over, vacation
h past, aud the school bell Is hard
A. C. Iucas has returned from
Klutillco, where he had spcut
Good j'liich wagon wanted will
pay cash for suuie. Inquire at
bulletin office. 43-44
I,etThe Ilulletln do your job
printing. Neat and up.-to-the-miu-lite
in every detail.
Mrs. M. J. PanRborn of Wilbur,
Wash., has arrived in Bend for an
extended visit with her brother, A.
A. Aldridge, and wife.
prom now until February
i , all who net five loads of
wood from me I will Rive
One Load Free
If you will pay for haul
ing, Same old price $4 &
$3.50 per cord. Phone me,
V. M. C A R.T B IV
on the Corner'
County Judge Ellis left for Princ
ville Sunday morning. The county
court couvenes today, and he went
to attend to court business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wcuaudy
have been in Bend during the past
week attending to matters connec
ted with the stage business.
Winter apples are now going at
$2, 35 a box at Kelley & Aldridges'.
They will last only a short time at
that price. Better lay iu a sup
A letter to The Ilulletln brings
the news thut J. II. llcan is now
located ut Sisters. He asks to
have his Bulletin forwarded to thut
V. V. Smith and wife, accom
panied by Pjarl Hlghtower nnd
Miss Grace Vaudcvcrt of Bend, nU
tended the Masonic installation iu
this city Saturday ttight. Priue
Claude Smith- was over from
Prineville Saturday having come
over with Miss Pearl Hlghtower,
who had been spending a few days
in the county seat visiting with
friends. Mr. Smith now has n
position Willi W.V. Kins.
Ju order to clean out our stock
of winter tipples, we will retail them
hereafter at 1 2 25 11 box. .Severn I
varieties, Kelley & Ahlridge. 4 jlf
W. K. I.awHou, who bus lain
living In llend for the past year, re
moved last week to hit farm In the
vicinity of ny, bnlte. Mr. I.iuv
sou has one of the bent
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iiMias in uiv IM.-1111 lummy, j
I am now ngent for the Dvl.nvnl !
cream wparutor. and have one of
these machines iu Mock, Step in
and examine it. They arc a great
convenience and money saver for
the dairyman. K.A. SATifHK. sit'
The new gas lights nre installed
in the church and arc n great Im
provement over the old. kerosene
lumps. Three fine lamps furnish
the light for the auditorium. The
lights purchased are the hollow
wire kind, which arc proving very
popular in llcud.
I. C. Young, who recently came
here from Washington, Las Ills
house finished on his ditch land
northeast of llend, and is now com
fortably located. John Stviger,
whoenmc iu with Mr, Young, has
been joined by his family, nl.so be
ing located on ditch laud northeast
Last Saturday aud Sunday llcud
was treated to a genuine chiuook
that' played havoc with what snow
there was on the ground, and the
"beautiful" was soon transformed
into running water. Along with
the chiuook llcud enjoyed winter
weather that was .spring-like in its
Mr. aud Mrs. Elmer Merrill were
down from the homestead in the
vicinity of the "fish trap" the lat
ter part of last week. They took
back wire nnd other paraphernalia
for the installation ol a 'phone nnd
will tap the Bend-Kokand line, and
will soon be able to "hello" with
their Bend friends,
K. II. Stoll was in Bend Satur
day from the ranch of Win.. 1 1.
Reynolds northeast of town. Mr.
Stoll recently came to this section
with Mr. Reynolds, from I.aCrandc.
He is now figuring on a business
undertaking aud if he finally en
gages in it, will move his family
Bend has a baud of aucrchists
Beware of them. Yet, there is not
much danger iu this bunch, as they
state the object of their organization
is to give the people of Bend a good
time. A number of Bend's young
mm have formed an organization
social iu its intentions and thev
have dubbed themselves the "An
Bend undoubtedly has the cham
pion pedestrian of Central Oregon,
in Ralph Patterson. Recently he
walked to Spring river and back in
one day through the snow nnd
dragged a sled containing n lot of
traps, bait, etc. part of the way,
finally abandoning the sled u ml
takiug the pack 011 his back, Be
sides making the trip he set 18
Dandruff and R
are but outward signs ol the ell
done In secret by myriads ol dan
Jrulf germs sapping the Hie blood
ol the hair. Micro kills (be para
site, soothes the Itchlog scalp,
gives lustre to the hair and stops
It (ailing out. A single application
gives relief and proves its north.
Save your faalr btlore too late.
Micro prevents baldness. It Is a
dellghtlul dressing (or the hair,
free from grease and sticky olli.
Ask yourdrngglst (orlree bookltt
HOYT CHEMICAL Cp.
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traps in Hint section. He covered
a distance of 35 or 40 miles iu the
Irip, something that vety few men
would care to tackle, under similar
The Munlo (town) Journal has
the following regarding Rev.
Ocorge, who used to ' preach in
llcud; "The many friends of Rev.
J. C. George and family regret to
learn that they arc soon to leave for
Wnlfa Walla, Wash., where they
will make their future home. Rev.
George will preach his last sermon
at the Presbyterian church on Sun
day, December 27. On the 24th
Mrs. George and children will go
to Enrlham, where he will join
them Christmas morning nnd they
will visit Rev. George's parents at
that place. During the two years'
time in which he has been pastor
ol the Menlo Presbyterian church
Rev. George has not only faithfully
pel formed the duties connected with
his work, but he and his family
have made many warm friends
here, both inside and outside the
church, who will regret their re
moval to the far Northwest. Ou
his recent trip to Washington Rev.
George bought 50 acres of almond
ground near Walla Walla, and in
the next two years he expects to
hnvc at least 40 acres set to almond
trees, an industry which thrives
well iu that locality."
Tlirrc It no caveoti tecoril nt couuli.
rolil or lit grippe developing into pneu
monia after 1'olcy'i lluticy ami Tar hat
been taken, at It cure tlie tnoit olti
nate. deep teatrtl cough ami cold.
Why take anything cle? C V. Mer
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?f', t'pholstcred couch velour upholstering
2iir; Reception room set four quarter-saw cd
55-'"'i oak chairs, from
Dining tables quarter sawed oak, maple
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tables quarter-sawed oak,
Dressers golden oak, from ....
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Rocking chairs at various price. Sectional book cases.
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Our line excels. I carry everything you may want in the
hardware line, including paints and nils, doors and windows,
step ladders, lime and cement. Nowhere in Bend can you find
so complete an assortment, nnd then you know, our prices
Children's Coasting Sleds and
I also carry a full line of Staple aud Fancy
Just what you need.
S. C. Caldwell
The Central Oregon
Banking (8b Trust Company
CAPITAL $25,000 FULLY PAID.
3 and 4 per cent.
Months and One
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
A. U. I'ETFRSON,
Precious and Semi-rrccious Stones
Set anil Jewelry of all kinds made to
order and Repaired. Work first class
l.t.TtoKtctt kI'Ii Ralph Srxncrr, Bullrtin
olficc. Bend. f Kiid duett lo mf it Antelope
The Pioneer Telegraph
and Telephone Company
Telegrams Forwarded to Any Tart
of the World.
with Portland, Prineville and all
Pacific Const cities.
Public Pay Stations
iu Bank Huldini at Bend, at Laid-
law and Powell Duties.
Messenger service to any part ot
Crook County south ot Crooked
HENRY L. WIIITSETT
Horse Shoeing and
First Class Work Qunrantced.J
Loeaifl in tlii" old Sheldon Minn,
Deschutes Lodge No. 13
Knights of Pythias
Uecular meetings the .ecoud and fourth
Weduesdava of each month. Visiting
knights always welcome.
Cuas. D Urown, C, C.
CltAS. I). Rowii U. R. & S.
$10 to $25
19 to 25
12 to 25
4.50 nnd up
17 to 20
. 2J to 28
Interest paid on Six
Year Time Deposits.
JOHN LEO AT
Harness and Saddlery
Trunks and Valises
JVhen You Paint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results at the
least expense you
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E. A. SATHER
A Full Line of Groceries, Dry
Goods and Hardware always on
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