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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1913)
TMK M'.SU UVUMTIH, IIKNII, XVKHNKHUAY, JANUARY !, 10lf
Every January it has been our custom to have a clearance sale of all the
broken lines of merchandise that naturally accumulate during the past season.
Wo do notjwant to carry these goods over into the next season and to sell
them wo always make prices in which cost is not considered. AT THIS
SALE WE WILL MAKE PRICES LOWER. THAN EVER DEFORE.
Beginning Saturday Morning, Jan. 4th
wo will offor values in all the lines of goods that we carry that have nover
boon equaled in Bend. It is impossible to quote prices we want you to see
the goods with the prices attached. You will receive your
&C Green Trading Stamps
on all your cash purchases, just as you have on our regular goods.
Absolutely nothing charged to anyone at these
special prices. ALL SALES ON THESE
GOODS ARE ON A SPOT CASH BASIS.
Our reputation for dependable merchandise is well known. We buck up all of
our goods with this guarantee "YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU AHE NOT
SATISFIEDAND A SMILE THROWN IN." Don't miss seeing the many
exceptional values we will have during this sale.
"We Make Your Dollar Have More Cents."
'The Store of Better Values"
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
t rlKht: write It 1913.
Thi) llrldge Chili iiit't last Friday
with Mr. Hudson.
The Ovitrlurf moved HtiiuUy Into
their nnw residence.
It. It. Ootid! and II. A. Miller nrt
vxpected In tonight.
Alfred A. Ay of Ij Pino wm In
llend Sunday and Monday.
Tonight the "BOO" club will meet
t Mri. A. M. Lara's home.
Mrs. A. I). Morrill of Powell Unite
1 visiting Mr. and Mr. W. A. Rates.
Mr. 0. W Hall of Deschutes waa
hopping .In Henri Saturday and Mini
Clyde Corkett returned lait week
from Cortland, lila health aomowhat
Tlio noxt dance of the Subscription
Dancing (Muli will he held on Sntur
iliiy. Jnuunry II.
MannhelmoiV second atiniiHl whlto
goods nnd pro-Inventory aalo Mill lie
it'ltt beginning tho Hth.
K. I. MniUeu wna n llend visitor
from Drachutcs Saturday, rolurnliiR
borne Hunday morning.
I.ast week Mies TramniT waa III,
aa a remit of overwork In connection
with the achool cantata.
Miss Culver, who haa been visit
ing Mra. Ouf Furat. returned today
to her home In Portland.
t. C Morgan, proprietor of the
Lyric Theatre at Prlnevlllo, apent
Saturday In Rend on bualnesa.
Mra. Ilroaterhoua entertained yes
ledray afternoon n number of her
friend at an afternoon affair.
Mr. and Mra. Kit llrostorhoiss are
pending- today nt Deachutea, guests
of Mr. nnd Mra. 0. M. Itedfleld.
Mr. nnd Mra. R. II. Carncl, recent-
J) to. A Qmy-
Ttlau LA aoiny. to invite io and Hot to
take 7tw &eaA,a clinneA with them. John
and of will It thetie ioo, Ve wanted to Le
at home Jlew VeaA' and have you witty xi,
lui lecauAe of had helped 77t,ay fick out heA
new dinina Aoom set, the insisted that John
and of take dinner with heA and SAanfc
' i Qlwaya,
0.S.-7riayii tickled ail kindi 'of way with
kei new dinina Aoom Aet. Shet
V,,fnAi ii Wont
'. i i i "" ' . ff
,M vr S;. y' Jiompsojtr
. - . 4 . . . Where Your Dollar Doe IU Duty. -
ly fnnii Seattle, are now In ohargc of
tho dining room at tliu Altnmont Ho
tel. Charles lloyd lies reopened hla
meat market In the 8haw building at
tho corner of Oregon and Ilond
I'rrd' llnznll. uon nf ('. I. Ilmnll nt
the llend Jlllllin & Warehouan Co.. It
now IIvIiir In Itedmoad. conduct na
a feed atoro.
There will lie a meeting of the W.
C. T. V. Saturday afternoon at 2:30
In jhe llaptlat church room a'djoln
Idr the library.
The UdtcV Culld of the Preaby.
torlan church will meet with Mr.
A. !. French on Friday nt S:30 p.
m., Inatead of today.
All thn men at Wnnanilv'a alalil
coloiiratcri Chrlatmna with n blK
aprcad which they held In a tent rig
ged up for the occaalon.
Mra. J. A. Kaatea left Sunday
tnornlng for Portland, In anawer to
telegraphic news, of her father'
death. Interment waa made Monday.
A mcatage haa been received an
noiincinR tho arrival Saturday of
lllahop Paddock of the Kplacopal
church, who will hold acrvlccs Sun
Mr. and Mr. O. M. Patterson ex
pect to leave for n abort visit to Mr.
Patteraon'a old home In Moacow,
Idaho, vhortly after the flrat of the
Kenneth Minor, tho two Doyar
mond boya, Hoy Fox and Carl Hunter
left Monday evening .for tho Minor
homeatoari.up river for -a. weJc'a
hunt. . .
A rabbit drive waa held'yciterdly,
atarttng at the Fred Wilson ranch
near laldlaw. Many bunnies "cull
ed In" before tho day'a festivities
Mr, and Mrd. Moses NlawoiiKor.
who have IteeA spending bovoral
inontlm nt Nowborg, for tho benefit
of tholr hvalth, returned to their
liomo boro lnnt night. ,
J, J, Klein went to Portland joritiy
nnd from thera will go to Salem to
bo operated on for appendicitis by
Dr. F. II. Thompson, who will go to
the en pi t I city from Ilond.
Mrs, Mnrtlm Potts nnd daughter
MIms Itutb, who Iiiivii been spondltlg
tho punt two months In llend, loft
yesterday for Itlehinonil, Vn mi
route for their home In North Caro
lina. Mr. and Mra. Itoscoo Howard of
Deschutes expect to leave for the
KiirL nfler J miliary flrMt. They will
go by way of Central America and
Pnniimn, stilling from Hun Francisco
on January ?.
Harry Wyse, who lins been con
dusting n pressing and cleuulng bust.
cm at the store of A. U, French, wilt
be with Mr. French again at his nbw
location oti Wall utreet next to the
The Now Your was ushered In at
the Pilot llntto Inn last night and
this morning by n party of 'i'i men,
who stnrted with a supper at 10 o'
clock, finished out 10 IS and ended
ip well along In 1913.
The Prosbyterlnn Christmas tree
ut I .urn's hall whs largely attended.
It was In the form of a Christmas
:mrt)' and the children especially on
joyed It. It consisted of plays, a
tree, n generous treat and Santa
Millard Trlplett and family arrived
last night from Ashland, where they
moved last year. They will llvu here
during the winter. In the spring 'Mr.
Tripled expects to build on his new.
ly purchased ranch property, wlilah
was a mrt of tlio Wlmer ranch at
A petition for the establishment of
a chapter of the Kastcrn Star here
has been signed by many looal Ma
sous, by memliers of the order and by
those who are qualified nail desire to
become members. The petition Is
now with H. M. I.ara nt the Des
chutes llntiklng & Trust Coniiwny's
tittlcc, and tho4j who desire to. arc In
vited to sign It.
Itev. K. 0, Judd, eeontly of Crip
ple Creek. CaJo., has been formally
called to the pastorate of the itap
tlst church of lSend. The coming of
Itev. Mr. J mid will be a milestone In
the history of the church and both
pastor and ieople arc looking for
waid to the coming year as one of
groat accomplishments, say those
Intimately associated with the local
I am negotiating with n large cor
poration with ample funda to enter
this dlatrict and make farm mort
gage toana aud riestro to secure a few
good applications to submit for con
sideration. If you desire a loan call
and see me.
ROSS FAIINHAM Attorney at Law,
Old 1st Nat. Hank itldg. llend, Ore.
pilot Butte Inn
NKW YKAIl'S DINNKK
' Olympian Oyster Cocktail '
Illsquo. Shrimp, Bretonno
Tomato and Lettuce Salad
Oreen Ooose, With Apple Sauco
Young Turkey Stuffed With Cheat-j
nuts Mnderla Sauce
Prlmo Itlba of Ueet nu Jua
Mashed Irish Potatoes
Diamond W Cream Peas
Applea a la Pilot Itutte
' Candled Swoet Potatoes
Apple Pie Mtnce Pie ' Lemon Pie
Dinner Servedlrom 6 tof9. Plates fa'c
Mrs. W, D. Curaey.
We wish to thank our patrons and
friends who helped us with their
patronage in making the past .
year ti success in our jewelry
business, and heartily wish them'.
all a 1'rosperous and Happy New
OSCAR. A. THORSjQN
Uie tUJepenoon Ofore -
extends heartiest it) Is Acs ! ' fl
' iapptj ana J. rospcroiis
' Aew Year.
,1 . X
Jor93 We Promise
I flittttr Altrefiandlf'
and our contlnutd and untiring
tffartm to mate this a utort
in which you can eo uour shopping '
with pleasure anaf profit.
Cook for our announcement next week t
of our January ")Yhtt Goon's and 2re
tVnvento'ry Sates. Uhanfclng you for
past patronage ana4 soliciting a eontlnw
anee of same, we-are respectfully yours.
IIUNTI.NO LICKNSRS K.XPIUK.
With the beginning of the new
year, all hunting aud fishing licenses
expire, and those wno intend to hunt
or fish any lu 1013 must secure new
licenses. Applications made out by
V. N. Hoffman at The Ilulletln once
for 25 cents.
Card of Thanks.
I wish to thank all thoso who
worked in putting out the fire which
partially destroyed the building for
merly occupied by my business last
week, and who helped to save my
A. L. FRENCH.
The best grocery business, in the best lo
cation in Bend. Stock, fixtures etc. for
sale, store for rent on a 2 1-2 year lease.
An exceptional opportunity for some one
to step into a thoroughly established
business doing about $0000 a month.
Everything complete in every way.
Up-to-de, fixtures throughout.
For full particulars address the owner
P. O. Box 50, Bend, Ore.
' Q THE HOME
iv r s.' '. u ar si Bk if
A MAN OUGHT NOT TO BE SHOT OR PUT IN AN ASYLUM
JUST BXQAUSE HE ORDERS GOODS AWAY FROM HOME
FROM A CATALOGUE HOUSE.
HE ONLY NEEDS TO BE TAUGHT THAT HE CAN BUY
BETTER AND CHEAPER AT HOME.
THEN THERE'S NO FREIGHT TO PAYi HE CAN 9rtE WHAT
HE BUYS BEFORE, HE PAYS OUT HIS MONEYr HE IS SURE
O'F pETTJNG RELIABLE. KNO'ttriRANDS OF GOODS.
' yittb WE ARE HERE 365 DAYS A YEAR TO MAKE GOOD
ON WHAT WE SAY AND SELL,
Skuse Hardware Company.