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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1913)
TIIK IJUND tWhLKTlN, IIKNI), WKI!TOtlAV, JANlAHT , I0lft
Keep comfortable by clothing your
fielf properly at this time of the
yenr. At this store you will find
what you need. Look over this list,
a partial one of what we have ut
prices that are proper:
German Sox Fleece Lined
Wool Underwear, etc. etc.
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING
Every thing to Wear for 'Men Who Care.
CLOSE TO ZERO
"Hunted" Pipe Make llwrynnc Hml
Hycil INcept the I'Jiiinhcni Ijow
T('iiiH-iiiluiri flcrordril In
Outnil Oiegon Town.
S iff Ml
In New Building
I wish to announce thut I have moved
my store into my new building,
where I will be pleased to receive my
old customers, and all new ones will
be cordially welcomed. I will carry
a full line of groceries, having placed
orders for a large stock, and popular
prices will prevail.
Ever the same old reliable
E, A. Sather
The best grocery business, in the best lo
cation in Bond. Stocky fixtures etc. for
side, store for rent on u 2 1-2 year lease.
An exceptional opportunity for some one
to step into a thoroughly established
business doing about $M000 a month.
Everything complete in every way.
Up-to-date fixtures throughout.
For full particulars address the owner
P. O. Box 50, Bend, Ore.
I'rosly In morning, plumber tuko
Molow zoro ut night, plumber's
Tlml ndaptnllou of tliu snllor's
rliyinu aecin upiuoprliito Just now
when everyone liut tho plumhors U
Bid eyed, thuuka to "busted" water
Jnck Front has hcon pluyliiK pranks
with llcnd thin week, The lowed I
tomperuturu of tho winter was re
corded Halurday night when tho gov
eminent thermometer dropped to
icro. Hunday iilglit H wont to 2 dc
sruim nbovu and Monday nlBlit to G
aUivo. There were a number of lo-
cl thormometeie which gave lower
teinpoiatures thnn till official rec
ord. Tho coldest last winter ut Hem!
was 9 degree below zero on tho
night of January 8, with zoro on the
Tho cold Knap did not causo much
damage locally except that nearly
nvoryltody had frozen plpcz, keeping
the plumber on tho lump. Satur
day night nbout 10 o'clock tho wheel
at the iiower home became choked
with Ico uud It wait necessary to shut
down for u hour or ao. Tho ritcr
alHivu tho dam tin a I wen frozen over,
and tlmro haa boon much akatlng, de
aplto the fact that tho tmowfall In
terferod with the beat aport. Up th
river u few inllca wlioro tho Wennudy
I. Ivory Co. haa a pood tho Ico Ik 1C
I ti die thlak, and tho annual harvest
and atorlug of u aupply for summer
la on tbla week.
Iloiul tins not aufforcd from tho
cold na much n home of tho other
Central Oregon town. At Sisters
riaturdny night 1 dogreo below zero
waa registered; nt La I'lno C below,
whllo ut Crescent Sunday night tho
mercury dropited to S" bolow, nc
cording to n teport received by tho
foreat aervlco. Yeaterduy cloudy
weather aot lu, with now, and the
temperature row rapidly, l-ust night
f M Inches of now full. Tho follow.
Ing la tho weulhor report na kept
by tin) local oo-ocrutlvo govern
uitiut obaervor lor the past week;
Junuary Max Mln
Olds Gasoline Engines
Olds FOOD Choppers.
COME IN AND LOOK OVER
THIS NEW LINE OF GOODS.
0-W. R. a N.JAKES OVER LINE
Management of OrrKvn llnstrrn Unit
ronil Iteportnl Shifted.
Private udvlcea receded hero from
Portland Indicate the trunatcr, Jan
uary 1, of tho Orogon Kastoru rail
road from tho management and con
trol of tho Oregon Shoil Line, at
Salt l.oke, Utah, to tho ownership,
management and control of tho O-W
It. & N. Co., nt Portland. Tho deal
Involves all matter pertaining to tho
Oregon Kastern ayatom, westward
from Vale, but construction woik will
continue to bo pushed on tho Hue
during tho present winter. Olllclals
of the Oregon Short Line In Vale,
when asked about the reported trans
fer. were unablo to confirm tho trans
action, or to give any Information
whatever concerning It. News ob
tained from other sources, howovor,
makes It certain that the big trans
fer became effective January 1. Just
what plans tho O-W. It. N. will
ultimately Inaugurate for the oper
ation ot tho Oregon Kasteru remains
to bo seen, but tho terminus will bo
at or near Valo.
' J ' .S
..V-A ,-, .
tlarneu Msmffacturer. '
HOLDING ItKVlVAl HKUVICKS.
IHatrlct Superintendent H. O.
Terry came In Saturday night and
ion Moiuuy evening heul quarterly
conference of tho local Methodist
cuurch. Mr. Perry- Sunday night be-
I .run n aorloa of meo.uiga which will
J be continued for two weeks, there
Mug preaching at tho Methodist
chinch oveiy ovonlng nt 7;30 o'clock.
Tud tnetnliorti of othor churches uud
tho general public U Invited to at-toud.
ruuitiicN'T ' l- nosrcLiN jTFAiiusr
At 2:30 o'clock this afternoon the
oloctrlc cun out from Clluo Kulla waa
switched onto tho Hodiuoud electric
lighting system. From that momogt
an almoin unllmttod umount'oi powoi
uud light has been ut tho disposal
ut (ho towu. I
riVK SALOONS AT I'MNKVILUJ
(VrlnovllJo IlpVlew.i I
All tho Ave saloons of Prlnevllle
wore Erantud Ucenaoa for tho eu-
suing year nt the special meotlhg'qt
tho city council Tuesday evening.
The. city Is I1Q0Q richer, as the tees
fare payable lndvuu.co.,
IS YOUR HOUSE
If not we will be glad to
give you an estimate.
No job is too small to re
ceive prompt attention.
Bend Water Light & Power Company
Still in Business!
IN THE FUIKS BUILDING
NEXT DOOR TO STAR THEATRE
ON WALL STREET.
on many lines of Winter Wear
t -(. Yy t, t .
WATER DAMAGED GOODS
for those who come early.
A. L, FRENCH