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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1909)
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Meet me at
Is always warm.
Tills In the ilny when you want noindliitiK on your tabic alittle different from nny other
day of the 365, A few dainty "tritiimliiK" to go with our old friend the "TURKEY."
A relish and a hit of sweets add much to n meal. Where can you get these "out of the
ordinary" dainties except at
"THE BIG STORE"
Good Things to Eat" for tbe Thanksgiving Table
Heinz Olive Oil, per bottle .85 Maraxchina Cherries ,60
" Tomnto Chutney ..10 I.ojjnulwrry Preserve ..15
" Imlln RelUli ' ..)0 Orutittc Marmalade .35
" Sweet Gerklns .35 Stuffed Olives ' .15&.40
" Sour Pickles t .35 Queen Olives . t .J5&.35
" Select Onions .35 Caper Sauce .'? ', .30
" Chow Chow .35 WorccittcHhirc Sauce , ' .35
" Prepared Mustard ' .so Catsup k .35 & .35
" Currant Jelly .35 Mushrooms ; .40
" Grated Horseradish ,30 Oystcia il ' .I5&.35
lllack and White Pigs, 15c lb. , 0,f'. j
Kieslt Dates, 30c lb, . i ' '
Caudlcd Oritnge Peel, 30c
Candled Lemon Peel, 30c
Candled Citron, soc
Saratoga Chips soc
KyjkMrn Cheese 30c
1'rcsh Sweet Cookies, all kinds, 35c
And Popcorn that will pop, 15c per pound.
These and many other ' "Good Things to Eat" are waiting for you at
"THE BIG STORE
A. M. LARA
Whiskers artistically removed at
(Joe Inncs' toti5orl.il parlors.
Wm. Dorrell of Rowland was a
visitor iti llcnd last Saturday,
J. D. Davidson has filed on a
homestead iu the vicinity of Powell
Tlie Merrill Drug Store is re
It. A. Sathcr will soon install a
j new hollow'Wire RObolInc lighting
' plant in his store.
Get your hair cut where they
know how to do it. That's Joe
Inncs' barber shop.
Mrs. K. V. Amnions was suffer
Iiik the first of the week with a se
vere attack of tonsllitis.
The Merrill Drug Co. makes a
bid for your Christmas trnilc in
this issue. Read the ad. elsewhere.
I splendent in a new coat of paint on
Morton Hognrt, formrrly of St
Andrews, Wash., has moved onto
land Iu the vicinity of Powell Duties.
Carl II. Anderson will offer final
proof tomorrow on his homestead,
which lies in the vicinity of Ros
Inncs & Davidson have ordered
new as lights for their barbershop.
They lights will be similar to those
In A. M. Lara's store.
Woman's plush cap found be
tween Lytic and Swalley ditch.
Owner can have same by calling at
this office and paying for this notice.
I'rauk Paul, who recently moved
from Sisters to Uend, is hautine
lumber onto his lots in Lytic with
which to build a modern bungalow.
Editor Walker of the Redmond
Hub and V. Redmond were in the
city Friday and Saturday on busi
ness They made The Bulletin 11
John Vricdt has been an Inmate
of the Uend hospital for some time.
He had a tumor removed from his
hide and is recoveiug from the
N. P. Wcidcr has been busy dur
ing the past week papering six
rooms at the Rend hospital. Some
very fine paper has been used and
the hospital now enjoys a much im
The young men of the high school
gave a dancing party in Lara's
hull last Saturday evening to which
they invited a number of their
schoolmates and fiicnds. A very
enjoyable time was reported.
fi. M. Lara, a cousin of our
townsman, arrived in Dend last
week from the Kast. Mr. Laru
comes to look over this section and
undoubtedly will locate with us,
Jim McCoy returned to Rend
from Redmond the last of the week
and is working on the P. II. D Co.
power dam. He has charge of the
construction during Superintend-
ent Danlclson's nbicuca on a bus!
nsss trip to Portland.
Vor Sale: 160 acres good land
under Swalley ditch, 100 irrigable
acres, two shares niaiulalnnncc.
just help keep up repairs cheap; li
will pay to look this up. Call al
The following interesting item
appeared In the report of the last
session of the county court. "Pur
suant to statute til- county court
did this day burn and reduce to
ashes the scalps of 358 coyotes and
the front feet of 43 bob cats and 3
L. II. McCann, who lives on an
irrigated firm, raised a crop of fine
potatoes this year. After digging
them he sorted them into three
(trades, Iu one pile Mr. McCann
hns a thousand pounds and says
there is not more than 1200 pota
toes in the pile.
Rev. John Lcwtas, an extensive
traveler, writer, and lecturer, will
begin revival services in the Bend
church tdnlcht. Rev. Lcwtas en.
joys the reputation of being an in
tensely interesting speaker, and the
services he is about to inaugurate
undoubtedly will do much good in
Several nights recently the mail
stage from Suanlko has been very
late, Bend people not being able to
get their mail until the next morn
ing. It would ccitaiuly be a great
benefit to Bend it the postomce de
partment would establish that di
rect line from Shaniko, through
Madras, to Bend.
The Merrill & Wilkinson Co.
had a party of homeseckers out on
tbe High Desert during the snow
storm. They report that their new
auto behaved nicely in the storm,
plowing through tbe drifts like a
whirlwind. They arrived home in
good time, with ijo adventures
D. L. McKay, western represen
tative, and member of tbe firm of
Mutter Lumber Company, returned
to Bend Saturday for a short busi
ness visit. He reports that Mrs.
McKay has been in tbe hospital at
Hot Lake for some time, and was
improving in health when he left
her. Mr. McKay's son Clyde is
also in Bend.
J. N. B. Gerking ofLaldlaw was
a Bend visitor the latter part of tbe
week. Mr. Gerking is a farmer of
that section and has great faith in
this entire section as a farming
community. In tbe matter of
fruit, he believes that more than
enough for home consumption will
be grown here. He is of the opin
ion that those who are selling their
land since the rise in prices arc
making a great mistake.
Hunter & Staats received this
week a postal card with a view of
the room iu St. Paul, Minn., which
contains an exhibit of agricultural
products of the Northwest gathered
by the Great Northern Railway Co.
The Deschutes Val'cy dry farming
exhibit whjch was Kent to Billings,
appears in this collection. Tbe
postal was sent to Messrs. Hunter
& Staats by John I. Springer, Ira
vclinc freight and nassenccr aecnt
of the Great Northern.
Rev. John Lewtas will deliver a
lecture tu women ouU on next Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Sub
ject, "The Woman for the Twen
tieth Century, Ail women and
young women are invited.
150,000 ACRES OF THE BEST
In Central Oregon. Just opened tc 330-acre homestead
entry. Two railroads now building into this country. Get
a homestead before they nre ull gone. 1'or further infor
mation call on or write to
Free Automobile Trip from Bend to Lands
and Return for All Who Locate.
HUNTER & STAATS
$3 Per Box
Come early. They wont last long
Full Line of
THI CORNER CONFECTIONERY
ALDRIDQB & TURPIN.
The First National Bank
OF BEND BEND. OREGON
Or. U. 0. OOe, Pr-ld.nl . E. A. SATHCR, Vic. Prtild.nl
O, ft. HUDSON, 0.iht.r
O.pILl full- paid 36,000
Tlut conduct id attain with tbe tote idea of receiving
the deposit of the community anil lending tfaeru out to iU
customers, engaged in legitimate enterprise!, on good aecur
Itjr, either of business credit or collateral, at reasonable rate
of interest, will prove a benefactor to the community and wilt
enjoy peace in it tmsinet affairs, knowing that it asset are
real onw, and that the solvency of the Battle is absolute.
With this confidence In itself It will inspire confidence
TI1K PIRST NATIONAL DANK OP BEND rnns this
kind of a Rank, and attribute it steady growth to adhering
to this policy.
Development in the Bend country will be rapid in 191a
Are yon prepared to take advantage of tbe opportunities that
will occur for the man with money?
If sot, start an account with the First National Bank of
Bend and add to it each week.
U. C COH B. A. 9ATIIKR C. 3. HUDSON
V. P. SMITH H. C. EU4S
CRUSHED SHELL AND
GREEN GROUND BONE
Doors, Win-lows, faints, Oik A Glees
Agent for the Celebrate
and Oliver Plows,
Stoves and Hanges and General Liiw
of Hardware and Groceries.
S. C. CALDWELL. BEND. ORE.
J. H. WENANDY
F. L. BUNTEN
Automobile Stage Company
DAILY AUTOMOBILES .
between Sbaniko, Madras. "Redmond and fiend and all
interior points. For further informatioa write
Wenandy-Bunten Auto. Co.,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
Hut If you must sell now, list your property with
Deschutes Realty Co.
VB HANDLE RANCHES. IRRIGATED LANDS, TOWN PROPERTY,
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Serviceable
Call oh MfLLARD TRIPETT