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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1911)
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W. II. WING, Prop.
General Dray Work
. I'rnntpt Attention
HKNKI.K & FORD'S
Promptly Attended to
Shop on Oregon St.
Wall J'aprr at
N. P. WL:IDL:R
CltcKl nml Ural Wall I'mici Sam
ple in llir xmiii) drt
II EU.O! Whore are you
Down to Carter's after a conl
of that good dry lilock wood.
My wlfowon't hum anything
Carter in four bits cheaper
than others. Ho sells dry lilock
wood at $l.r0 k.t cord.
F. M. CARTfiR
'jjg BOORS 0
5-tron Ptntl Doors, fufl quality $1.30
Cjiter.iounil, J. in , rr 100 (t. 30 clt.
Cdr SiuW 4 iiul 3d.. Jflpr M.
flooring, 4 and 5 ft. . . $llpfM.
Diop Siding, 4 ami 5 d. . $U cr M.
All No. I and 2 good AawUnl ii.
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High School Benefit Performance Well
Attended-Students Make Big Hit With
Pantomime-Musical Numbers Good
An hour and a half of splendid entertainment won Riven Friday
evening at Muster's Half by tho school teachers, student and friends for
tho benefit of tho High School Athlullc Association. Musical numbers,
readings ""'I " pantomlmt' made; up th program, and all who took part
ac(ulltud themselves well. The alHilr was got up on hhort notice and hi
view of thin wiim all the more praiseworthy.
The biggest hit of the evening was tho pantomime, "The Cnllura."
It represented a young lady receiving and disposing of four cjiller8 an
they came one nftor tho other. The Unit was converted into a hall rock,
the second InUi a tahle anil the third Into an armchair.
Though the program stated there would he no encores, Robert
limes' violin hoIo pleased ho much that ho wan called out again.
Tho audience wan largo, all Uie sent In the hnll being taken. Tho
following program was given:
1. riano Solo MIsaTrautncr
"Song of tho Ulrda."
a. Vocal Solon Miss Wlest
(a) "Shena Van"
(b) "Tho Years at the Spring"
Reading Miss bidner
"Tho Rugglcs' Dinner Tarty."
From "Tito Illrtln Xmos. Carol."
Quartette Misses Wlest, Trautner, Holmes, Hordcn
(n) "Sweet and Iw."
Violin Solo Robert Inncs
Rending , Mrs. Mero
i'nntomlno High School Students
Voatl Solo , MIhh Itlnek
II. KeadiriK .Mm. Snndont
"The Kentucky Watermelon."
10. Duet Violin anil Tromhone
DOINGS AT SCHOOL
More New MudcnU IliiriillrU lrixl
ht.ll (Uoic Willi I he Dalle
Fue more pupiln entered the
Iteiid puhllcHchool Monday morning.
Twelve new recitation arm chalr
have arrived for the uho of the
Itev. I.I. (Sorhy was a visitor at
Tho foothall team ha.s arranged a
Kiime with The Dalliii IIMi School,
to Im played here Nov. 18.
The k'hhw proceeds of the enter
tainment Friday evening amounted
to $110, and after all exixmHos weru
paid the athletic tuwociution had
SUH.-IO left. '
On Thursday, the 'Jllrd, a siieciiil
program will lie jrlven nt tho Star
Theater for tho henellt of the ath
lellc iDMtociatioii. Special fllmhnvo
Ikhih ordered for the occasion, and
in addition tlteie will lie miikical
featuriM and a imutomime hy the
The monthly meeting of the
School Hoard is scheduled for to
Wantkd Vocal pupils. Marion
If you want to step
lijrlit into the jaun
tiest sort of topcoat,
with every little de
tail of fine tailoring
curried out just as it
should he, conic and
R. M. Smith
Miss West and Mr. Hunter j
RAILWAY MEN HUNt
J. I'. WojCTiBnd IVirty Have Succcas .
lul I rip lo Silver l.nke
A imrty of railway men and local
sportsmen made a trip to Silver
Iike Saturday and returned Sunday
with M) ducks and 120 Reeso. Supt.
J. I'. ItiiKcra of the 0. T.; (J. F. Kk
j lierH, master mechanic of the S. I'.
& S., I'asco. Wash.; W. H. Clark
jof theS. 1 &S.. Spokane. J. H.
Wenandy. Dr. U. C. Do and A. C.
Sanford composed tho party.
I Sunday evening in the private car
of Mr. Rogers a fowl dinner was
enjoyed. In addition to the hunters,
Mrs. Wonnndy was present, Supt.
I Rogers' car left Monday morning
attached to tho regular train.
CALLS ON LOCAL MI1KCIIANTS
J. T. Hardy, traveling freight
and imssenger agent of tho Oregon
Trunk, sjiont several days here last
vsetik getting aciuainted with the
husinoM men. He gave them rates
and other information in regard to
freight (hipments between Heud and
various niint. Ho will make
fuHuent triiw to Hend now that
regular service has lxon inaugu
At a meeting of the hoard of
directors of the Central Oregon
Irrigation Co. Water titers' Associ
ation, it was decided to send a litem
inir of the association to Salem to
look after the settlers' interests. H.
W. ltichardson wils cIiomjii to go.
Ho will leave this week.
Thursday, Nov. 9
and are prepared to show you a
dependable line of
L.et us demonstrate to you our ability
to till your wants.
Fuiks Bldg., Wall Street, Bend.
: t I
j Construction Co. 5
t Are You Going :
i to I
If so consult us. We
will build your home
or business block of
STONE, on easy terms.
Nothing sold but good things to
eat at Orcgonhm drill.
James J. Hill
In his speech at Hend, on Oct. f,
predicted an Increase of two thous
and kt cent in the population of
Central Oregon within tho next flvo
years. That speech was printed all
over tho United States and it is not
hard to imagine what tho effect
will lie on land values. Tho only
place in the Northwest where you
can buy farm lauds light in the
heart of Central Oregon at the
same prices they were selling at
ninety days ngo, is the ollice of
II. D. '1UUE.
Wall Street. Hend, Ore.
TlIK Hotkl IlKNO's Sunda
chicken dinners are tho best in
With .sktsk lUrunsAKi: Co.
Hot and cold baths every day nt
lanes & Davidson's barber shop. I
TlIK Hui.i.irriN's classified nds
bring results. If you have anything
for mile or want to buy, uso a
Hullotin clnsiiflcd ad, It costs but
TEe Proof of the Pudding
Is In the Eating
CLAIMS iuc enaily inaile;
tint not ntwk)K easily
provrti We oil 1 lint
iniiUe tlie olniiiiH ve do far tlic
lilli ijimlit) of our tocl. tf we
wi-ic not roiiviiu'.il (if their
truth, nml if ucdllii't liiue mi
ninny eoiii)iliineiitk from c
touiers on the Mipcrioriiy of
our tree, sml the liiot ecel
lent tiiHiilier in which they
wereptioLed, eimlillin; Iheiti to
nrrue hi lU'ktiintloii in i rime
comlillon Thi Ut item, k""-! lcl.
tut; It ru.lU utcitixikril tiy many,
but ituneui imiMtlaiicr, mt la one
ul I lie niaiij lu.uiicva where our t
lenliun tuilrtml kctpa up the hltll
auntlaril or our ttvt
llarjoiitumir 74 iMgecalalog!
lt' a twauty. llcttcr w J for It.
Yakima Valley' Nursery
Mokk Salesmen Wanted
Woolen Goods for Winter
Everything Men Need to Keep Them
Warm Will he Found at the
Get that new pair of Trousers
you want here.
Curlee Trousers $2.50 to $5.00
New Stock to Select From.
A. L. FRENCH
Oregon Trunk Ry.
Daily train leaves Hend G:30 n. m Redmond 7:21 a. m Opal
City 8 n. in., Culver 8:13 a. m Metolius 8:30 a. m. anl
Madras 8:39 a. in., arriving Portland 6:00 p. in. Direct con
nection nt Fnllbridgo for Spokane and points east, Arrlvo
Spokane U:-I5 p. in. Through tickets sold to Eastern points,
l'uget Sound and other Western points. Deposits accepted
for west bound tickets to bo furnished persons in tho East.
Details will be furnished on request. J. H. C0RDETT
Agent, Bend, Oregon.
Chief Engineer, Portland, Oregon.