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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1911)
I Are You Going
i BUILD? i
NOTICK FOJt I'UBMUATION
I'uMIc l.mil Hal',
Drimilniriilurilir Inlrtlnr. U H f.anilOflkr t
Ihr tlallra, OlfKuli, Norrmlitr Mil, IVH
Niitkt'laiiMrliy Itlrrlllliali aaillrarlril if III
Ciuiinil.iliiiirr nt Ihr Hernial I. anil nmtr, umlr
iril lalfilla of Alt of CnlinlrMailirril I II in IJ,
l'Mj htatt , J). wr wrlll .flcr at iiili)lcaalr
In III lilahral lidlilrf, at gJ n'rlwk a III , mi
UlfMllilav n f lanuaiy, gll, attlilt nilirr. Ilia
fiillimililt.lrartlUlUiiifi fil(MbWg,nc ;, T
Ifth, H II Itatl W, M.
Any imiii italinliK ilvrrarly Ihr almr
ilrilhril laml laillfl In Air tlirlf claim, nf
il Irilliiiia, mi m lit full lli lime ilril(liaUil liir
i7V C W MOOHIt. ttnl.lrr
If HO COIWtllUlH. V( 3
will liullil your homo J
III' OIIHllU'fW IHlK'K III j
1 STONE, mi easy terms. 2
General Dray Work
I.KAVK OltIIHIt.4 AT
I1KNKI.K it FORD'S
Promptly Attended to
Shop on Oregon St.
Will I'aiM-r at
N. P. WEIDER
Clirprit mill Hot Wall rr Sam
ple In tlir county. Cct
TEo Proof of the Pudding
Is In tho Eating
CLAIMS air raally mailr;
lint hut nlttttt rntily
provi II Wr it mild mil
tnaVr tlir rUlnia wr iln (or the
IiikIi quality ul our atnek i( He
Hcic mil convinced i( llirir
Until, Mint l( w.-illiln'i me o
IIMIIt llltllpllllll'llt lll'lll I'll'-
linnet mi the aiqicrliiMty n(
nur tree, mill the miml excel
tr ii t iiihimiit iii which lliry
wetr parked, ruiiHIllie llirin to
arrnr M ilrttlnntlnil In itiitic
lu4ilinm Till lot llrngiiwItiMk
Init. ! eatlly nti.,ktl Uy many,
Ml It otir HI HuaHtaiir, ami la one
ul Ihr many liulaiirr Htr out bt
triilkiii txil.la.l ktr ui the liiuli
alawtattt ul i.r tia
llavr ytMiarriiour 74 wnr catalog?
Il'aatnauty littler atiiit ful It
Yakima Valley Nursery
MOKK SAI.KSMKN WANTKI)
An Order for a Brick of Our
will 1)0 Mini promptly.
At Our Fountain Wo Aro
Wo Aro Clming Out tlio Wing
THE PALM once, now
I7.pi I W
Von in flora ui f .
Itlni HfrJr4 la tiulM
lie per Ul III Uin
loaf Ji qJ Irtwlnr, Vk
ri 100 ft. tcnJ M
net (ik Iln.
Let the Builders' Bargain House Save
MTfiTi3V ffkH YflU Vmi can reduce the coit of all your material for
lAUUVJ tUA 4UU tmll Jin..- at Iran oncfmitth ami often fully
onc-iuu ny Hav
ing the ihlninrnl
meut. For year
tliii lim hern
NsnanfK at Ik.
BuU4li' till itla
Horn." Wf u no) la
r tl al a.HU'
lloa aaj thouiiaJi l
bum hallJrrt bit
Iiua4 our low factory
filer. UkI but iu
trrtlon HilnM Ikt
LIlU ortcri mull
Will Itll ciului ol
01 liooll tit mt.t ol
bf.uir an4 qutllir lor
tout vtnll ami ir uul
ipriltl prlcrt on til
balUlnf nuteiltl ar.
ptla to your tuiloa.
It'llJtr' BinlaU lloait
fun wkrt ih.lnta.
cr tnu lor oily
lallr OKkril anj
dl il&M la railoaJ
SHIPS TEN GARS HEARD BY MANY
STONE OOINQ TO
"Dud" Weil at I'reient Molilri Honor
of llolnic HenU' HlKKr.t Shipper
Cimtrnct Will l.lkcly liel'llletl f lilit
Week Kuatl to (live Low Rntea
MRS. UNRUH FORCE
FUL SPEAKER .
President of W. C T. U. In Orejcon t)e-
liver Intcrcallnic Lccturei In llend
Work for Suffrage on Her frlpa
Tho honor of holnirthM I)IkkoiI
Hlilppor from Hunil at prottont ho
loriKH to "Uail" Wool. Up to today
ho hail Hlilppoil out ton carloadH,
Tim matorlal Ih Htono for tho Rod
mond dopot. It Im IhjIok uarriod
wont of tho rlvor not far from tho
llond ('o.'ri mill and Ih loaded on
earn placod on tho Hour mill .spur.
Sevural fourdiorno toaitm havo hoon
deliverini; tho rook to tho cars in a
Mr. Wont in KotthiK $ti a porch
for tho rock f. o. h. earn horo. Thin
Ih for tho Hinallor piocoH. All
dimenMlon Ktouo ovor live foot Ionic
Ih paid for at tho rato of $o a piece
Homo 1)1 it hlockH of hoth pink and
black Htono aro hoinir Mint down to
tho noiKhhoring city. Tho black Ih
UHod moHtly for ornamental pur
K)hoh. Mr. Wont wtyH hooxitocU to
complitto the contract UiIh week.
About fifteen carloads will ho re
ulred for tho Redmond Htntlon,
which will ho tho name size m tho
aw ratofl on thla atone will ho
jrivon by tho rallronds, tho ofllcinls
Htty, and they oxoct a hit; tonnage
of it from horo to various Oregon
towns. If tho HhipmonU become
extensive onouuh, Hpur lines will
probably ho built to tho quarries.
EXHIBIT AT ST. PAUL
aa Well oi for Temperance.
HB 110! "Whoto are you
Down to Cnrtor'M after a cord
of that brood dry block wootl.
My wifowon't hum nnythhiK
Cnrtor I four hiU chonjior
than olhent. Ho K'llsdry block
wootl nt $-i.f0 or conl.
F. M. CARTER
First Claim Workmanship
Fittinir. Cleaning, l'rorwiuir,
Wall street, Monti, Ore.
(U ISnuliie l;or Sole,
A two-harm.1 power Kair
bankt-Morso Kamiliiu' oiiKino
for sale nt a bargain. Is in
llrnt chiMN shape, dotw good
work and lias given no trouble
whatever. Has been in light
service for one year. Desire
to replace with an electric
motor, to lower insurance and
because greater power Is
THE BEND IiULLETIN.
Many Oregon Products Will be Among
To exploit tho resource and aid
in the development of tho American
Northwest, the Northwest Develop
ment League will place a permanent
exhibit qf the products of the soil,
lakes, rivers, forests and mines of
tho various states in a great display
room and show thorn to thousands
of HNplc who pass through and
visit the city of St. Paul the gate
way of tho Northwest territory.
Oregon has been invited to occupy
several hundred square feel of this
space without cwt as the St. Paul
Association of Commerce hag enter
ed into a contract with the league
to furnish the display rooms in one
nf the new buildings of that city
rental free, if the league will fur
nish light and maintain the display.
The ollor has been accoptod.
The plan is simply to show every
M)rson who transfers in St. Paul as
well in those who visit anil live
there, n comprehensive exhibit of
the products of the Northwest.
Mrs. Ada Wallace Un rub, prosi-j
dent of tho Oregon W. C. T. U..
who was in Mend Sunday, was hoard
by a large audience at each service.
She spoke morning and evening to
the general public, at tho Baptist
church, and In tho afternoon ad
d reel the women. i
A woman of strong personality '
and thoroughly enthusiastic in the
cause she represents, she interested
nil who heard her talks. She
showed herself a forceful speaker,
holding her auditors with marked
attention. She enlivens her ad
dresses with both humor and pathos,
and at no time do words fail her.
Sunday night she spoke for nearly '
an hour and a half, holding the at
tention of the congregation us few '
other speakers could have done. '
Not only does Mrs. Unruh, on i
her trips, speak against the saloons, ,
gambling and kindred evils, hut!
works in the interest of woman
suirrage. She believes, Bhe said,
that Oregon will next November
give the ballot to the women of the
Mrs. Unruh left Monday after
noon to fill an engagement at
Two things you want in. buy
and Good Service.
They go hand in hand here.
BISHOP VISITS BEND
Rt. Rev. C J. O'Reilly of Uaker Con
ducted Services Sunday.
Bishop C. J. O'Reilly of Baker
spent Sunday in Bend. He pre
sided nt solemn mass nt the Catholic
church at 10 n. m., after which he
administered the sacrament of con
firmation to n class. He lectured
at 7:30 p. m. to a large congre
gation. All last week Rev. Thomts Brady
conducted a mission here, the ser
vices concluding Sunday evening.
The chaiiel car St. Anthony left
Montlny morning. It Is a complete
church on wheels, being fitted out
with everything necessary' In k
large church. During the time it
was horo several services were held
Stylish Ladies' Hightop 16-button
Shoes Cunmetal or tan,
$2.50 to $4
Men's Work Shoes, $3.00 to $5.00
Men's Dress Shoes, $3.50 to $5.00
Men's High Tops, $5.50 to $7.50
FULL LINE OF RUBBERS
WE STAND BACK OF EVERY PAIR
Wall St.. Bend.
Try the Oregonlan Grill.
Why Don't You get that long
hair cut? Innoa & Davidson do the
host barber work in town.
American Bakery bread and pastry
for sale at The l'alm. Mtf
Drunk.nn.a In China.
As rrBiinIa tin sohrli'ty of tho Chi
I ri tln-re mvtits to In n iWTitvikv of
I opinion, and It In n fiiitlii upon
I which writers dlHK'nv, tint It tuvins to
he i hi Ki'iieml opinion thrit very ftw
Itituxli'iilitl turn or wotacn art" cvn
i)miu the atrt-vta. Wlmt drinking la
doui iind from nil iicvoiint there
tniiat Ih consilient hlo N I'lirrieU on
1 within iliMin llnhltnitl drunki'inii l
punWhitl h,v tmnlahineiit unit servitude.
, hut (MvuslmiHl Intoxlrntlou la only a
mutter of t'omttient. mid the tvniilt Is
the uotlfylni; n erwn on Ibe sttvet In
1 which he I he thul co it ml so l drunk.
1 Hint If the subject t mt hoMerou
the iifTnlr Ih let tlrnp Hut. on the
other Imiiil. If he l iDiNy mill show n
, deposition to itiurrvi mid llulu he I
nt once Inken to uIxVimuim uiiiI ioni
pelleil to relimtn there until the effect
of i he lliuur tutu worn unity. New
-PIRBZE CUP FOR OREGON
Tho Great Northern Offers Fifty Dollar Silver Trophy Cup for
Best Display at St. Paul Land Show
Oregon Trunk Ry.
Daily train leaves Bend 0:30 a. m., Redmond 7:21 a. m., Opal
City 8 a. m., Culver 8:13 a. m., Metolius 8:30 a. m. and
Madras 8:39 n. m., arriving Portland C:00 p. m. Direct con
nection at Fallbridge for Spokane and points oast. Arrive
Sjwkane 9:45 p. m. Through tickets sold to Eastern points,
I'uget Sound and other Western points. Deposits accepted
for west bound tickets to be furnished persons in tho East.
Details will he furnished on request. J. H. CORBETT
Agent, Bend, Oregon.
Chief Engineer, Portlnnd, Oregon.
O. A.C. SHORT COURSES
BEGIN JANUARY 3, CONTINUE FOUR WEEKS.
Kver.v citizen of Oregon W cordially Invited to at
tend the short counot of tho Oregon Agricultural
I'ollcL'e, beginning Jan, 3. Klevon distinctive cours
es will be offered In AgtleuUure, Mechanic Arts,
Ponitfotlc Science and An, Commerce, Forestry and
Music, Kery course. U doilgned to IIKL1 tho stu
dent in hit dully work. Make this n pleasant and
ptotltuUle winter outing. No tuition. KoiiNonable
Hccomniodutions. For lieuutlful illustrated bulletin
Hddte- H.M.TKNNANT, Registrar. CorvallU.Ore.
FARMER'S BUSINESS COURSE BV CONRCSPONOENCC
Another cup has beon put up by
tho (treut Northern Itallwii) for com
putltlou ut tho great l.unil Show to
bo hold In St. I'aul December 12 to
S3, 1911. This trophy cup wilt bo a
hnndsomo silver cup and ran bo won
by any county, commercial club or
Individual In tho big Ctato of Ore
son. Tho county, commorclul club or
Individual which makes tho most
attractive exhibit of Oregon's grains,
grasses or fruits will win this
cup, Perhaps you aro going to
exhibit as an Individual, and If not,
probably you will exhibit through
your commercial club's or county's
exhibit. In any enso, evon If you
aro going to oxhlblt Individually and
also through either your county pr
commercial clubs oxhlblt, you should
do everything In your power to assist
In gathering tho best farm products
In your section. Holp boost. Try
to wlu thts cup for yoursolf and your
section, Considering tho flue can
dltlan of Orogon'a crops this year,
and tho splendid showing Oregon's
exhibits are making everywhere at
tho tMfferout land shows, It will bo
an honor, Indeed, to win tho Great
Northern cup for the best exhibit
made at tho St. I'aul Show.
i jbK irk
The Skuse Hardware Co. Invites
You to Inspedl their Thanks
giving Display of
Cooking Utensils Cutlery
Roasters, Casseroles. Carvers and Rosette Irons.
Skuse Hardware Company
Our prices are right.
Tho Bulletin has plenty of catchy Christmas cuts for advertising your
Santa Claus goods, Mr, Merchant, and they ore FREE to you.