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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1909)
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STOR.E OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS
DO IT NOW!
D 0 N T WAI T. GET BUSY!
Select ynnr ClirUtmm Gift cnrlylinvc tlicm put
nwny for ynw t will deliver them nny time you
want. If you DO IT NOW you can nclcct from .
a bin line If you wait you will Imvc to take
wlmt i left.
For the Children toys, dou.s, hooks, 0A&fKs, ,
UUIiilKK TOYS. .
For the Ladies auto scarfs, fancy collars,
IIKI.TS, IIUCKI.KS, HAT PINS, iiANDKKRCIIIIU'S, '
For the Men ties, nKirsriiANDKimciiini's, Fancy
Sox, Stistwmlcrs, Hose Suorlcrx, etc.
For the Practical Little Woman whownV.:'
to reincinber her loved otien with immcthitiK tiKcful the stock '
1c full of suggestions for you but do your shopping early, ..
in fact you should
DO IT NOW!
DON'T WAIT! GET BUSY!
MEET ME AT THE REST ROOM.
HE RETAILS EVERYTHINQ. Bend, Oregon.
STORE JOPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL. XMAS.
150,000 ACRES OF THE BEST
In Central Oreeoti. J tint opened tc 3io-acrc liomcstctul
entry. Two railroad now building into this country. Get
a liomcfttcud before they arc all gone. For further hi for
mation call on or write to
Free Automobile Trip from Bend to Lands
and Return for All Who Locate.
HUNTER & STAATS
Call In and take a look at our line
of Meerschaum and French lirlar
The best line of Cigars and
Tobaccos In town'headquarters
TH CORNER r.ONPECTIONERY
ALORIDOU & TUKI'IN.
It Fays tf Advertise In
THE BEND BULLETIN
MakM KWwy anil Bladder RlaHt
Dutch Market, Friday nifiht.
KHNWOOD "Just across the
Cort Allen was a Bend visitor
Friday and Saturday.
Dutch Market and bazaar Friday
afternoon and evening.
Band concert tonight at 7:30
o'clock if the weather permits.
Barney Lewis Is building a barn
on his residence property la Lytic.
Creed Triptctt left yesterday
morning on a business trip to Port
I nnes & Davidson are the up-to-date
barbers. You get good service
Dutch Market? What is it? Visit
Lara's hall Friday night aud you
will find out.
For Sale Bay mare, Sally,
weight 1050 lbs. Coming nine.
Inquire t Bulletin office. 40 .jj
Sylvester and Prince Staats will
be at home from their studies at
Salem, to spend the Holidays.
Found Buuch of keys. Owner
can have name by calling at this
office nnd puyiug for this notice.
The new bridge atiross the Des
chutes at the P. B. D. Co. sawmill
Is completed and open for'travcl.
E. Atkinson aud Claude Mc
Caulcy, ranchers living near Red
moud, were Bcud callers Monday
C, V. Kirkbrlde, A. D. Lewis
and J. B, Ileyburn were in town
Thursday from their homesteads
on the upper river.
Cull iu and see my line of mil
liuery, ladles' coats and sweaters
while they are going at cost for the
next 10 days. Mrs. T. W. Tkii"
Mrs. C. A. Jones writes from
Washington, I). C to have The
Bulletin sent to Fernaudina, Flu
It is understood that she will spend
the winter there.
The crew of surveyors under
Hngiueer Stocer which was running
a line east of Pilot Butte, broke
camp and disbanded last Friday, on
account of the bad weather.
Fruit trees for sale. Howakm
Si'Jnniwo, Bend, Or. 3OU
The barbershop that pleases
that's Inncs & Davidson's.
Turkeys dressed or alive. Or
ders booked now. Wm. P. Down
For Sale Fully equipped saw
mill. For particulars address X,
care Bulletin. 3tf
N P. Smith's stock of builders'
supplies and hardware Is begin
ning to arrive, and he will opan for
buslncKS iu a few days. Call on
him for anything iu bis line.
Howard Spitting reports that he
can plainly hear the Oregon Trunk
crew Uniting at Trail Crossing,
from hit ranch just cast of town,
when the wind is in the north.
Mrs. A. M. Lara and Mrs. II. E
Allen entertained a large number of
friends last Saturday evening at a
dance in Lara's hall. It was a so
cial event much enjoyed by those
Barney Lewis has sold his home
stead west nf town to Fred Hunncll
and Fred VauMatrc. Considera
tion, f 1500 This is the tract that
contains the valuable deposit of
Mrs. L. J. Green of Redmond
has a few young Mammoth Bronze
gobblers weighing about 20 lbs
each. Will sell them for 33c n
pound alive. Leave orders with
G. W. Hull. Bend. 4otf
Will Vandcvert left Tuesday
morning for Shaniko to meet
Ccorge and Claude Vandcvert, who
are coming borne from their studies
at Willamette University to spend
the Holiday vacation.
This office is indebted to Mrs.
Houghton for a plate of as fine
doughnuts as our eyes ever rested
upon, presented to the huugrv
force yesterday. As the small boy
said, "They were lickin' good."
Last Wednesday evening Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Lara gave a card
party in honor of their cousin, Mr.
11. M. Lara, who is spending a few
weeks in Bend. Sixteen young
people were present, and a very en
joyable evening was &ent.
W. II Staats, J. N. Hunter.
Don Stella and Mrs. Hugh O'Kane
arrived in town the latter part of
last week, having come in from
Portland. They drove through
during the time of the heavy snow
and had quite a hard trip.
A four-horse stage, loaded to the
guards with freight and express,
pulled into towu Sunday night 011
the Cornett line. It was a welcome
arrival. Monday evening A. C.
Lucas started a large load of trunks
to Rosland, sending them on to
During the recent cold spell that
gave Bend I r degrees below zero,
Madras went us one better with 37
below. Madras seems to be the
coldest spot in Central Oregon, and
the thermometer there during cold
snaps generally registers about 15
degrees lower than at Bend.
A. B. Buck-, in common with all
the automobile operators, had quite
a time buckiug the deep snow of
10 days ago, but nevertheless made
some very good time. On a run
from bbaniko tq rnneville, he cov
ered the distatrce on almost schedule
time and ran through iS inches ot
snow a large part of the distance.
J, H. Wenandy sent out two
light rigs and one four-horse outfit
Saturday evening after freight and
express at Shaniko, planning to
load light and make n fast trip. It
has been almost iroposMble of late
tor Beud people to get in any ex
press or freight, but it is hoped this
condition will gradually improve
now that the weather and roads are
The Whatsoever will have n
Dutch Market aud bazaar next
Frulav afternoon and evening in
Lara's hall. The Dutch Market is
something new at Bend. It is a
supper, in which many dishes,
much loved by the Dutch, will be
served. The bazaar will contain
many articles, suitable for Christ
mas gifts, aud the prices will be of
the bargain variety. Don't miss it
Henry Liuster was quite serious
ly injured Sunday rooming by be
coming caught 011 a revolving
shnlt iu his planing mill. Three of
his ribs were broken and he was
badly bruised. He is suffering con
siderable pain from his Injuries
Every shred of clothing was torn
from his (tody, even one shoe be.
inir pulled off, The only thing
that saved him was that he was
thrown against a timber, which he
was able to tcize aud haug outo.
Ihe First National Bank
OF BEND BEND, OREGON
Dr. U. O. OOE, Pr.ild.nt C. A. BATHS H, Vic. PrldM
O A HUDSON, O.tM.r
O.nllalfullrnald - S2R.OOO
Btockhold.r' Habllltr 626,000
FOR OUR HOME PEOPLE
We believe that the people who deposit their nioney at
home ihouM have the benefit ol it.
We tielleve In taking care of home interest alwiy.
The farmer who ban ntcrultlei to buy for winter and
withe to hold hi crop for tietter price, ahould be taken
care of by IiU borne Hank. The merchant Uo waaU money
to take advantage of low price thould be able to cnllit his
home Hank fnJiUentcrprise. The man who detirea to par
rluVe a home, iPfarJfl, or advance hi builnes intereits ahould
feci free to call upon the Home Dank for whatever help be
The I'irtt National Bank of Bend adheres ttriclly to the
Ixive principle. The money deposited with us by the people
will be employed to upply home demand.
We do not believe in baying foreign paper and then be '
compelled to refute our home people when they reqalte
loflii. Our' policy I to be able at all tlfflcs to give the people
ucb Krvice at latiifiei their demand.
Gite your limine to The Pint National Bank of Bead,
the Home Bank; the Bank that docs you favors, your friend
U. C. COB
R. A. SATHKR C. S.
P. SMITH It. C ELUS
CRUSHED SHELL AND
GREEN GROUND BONE
Doors, Windows, Paats, Oik 0fe Glass
Agent for the Celebrated
and Oliver Plows
Stoves and Ranges and Geseral Lkra
of Hardware and Groceries.
S. C. CALDWELL, BEND, ORE.
J. H. WENANDY
F. U BUNTEN
Automobile Stage Company
between Shaniko, Madras, Redmond and Bead and all
iuterior points. For further iaformattoa write
Wenandy-Bunten Auto. Co,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRES AND BAGGAGE
BUY NOW- SELL LATER
Hut if you must ell now, Hit your property with
Deschutes Realty Co.
VU HANDLE RANCHES, IRRIGATED LANDS, TOWN PROrERTY,
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Serviceable
Call on MILLARD TRIPLETT
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