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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1913)
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WILL SETTLE YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT PROBLEMS
Our temporary quarters are crowded with the best articles, suitable for thoughtful Christinas gifts. Our stock is new and our prices tjie' lowest consistent with quality. As
we must move our entire stock to our new building soon after the holidays we have priced a great many things at only a slight advance over manufacturer's cost. This gives
you the opportunity to buy your Christmas goods at a substantial saving. We have done this been use the less we have to move the lass will be our expense of moving and the
saving is yours if you buy at our store. Hero are a few of the many nice things we have on display for your inspection:
Gillette Haxor Auto Strop Razor
Diamond Edge lVckct Knife Military ltrmtics
TraxollnjrSct Fountain Ten
Ijito Fiction Metrcliaimi Plpo
Bo of Cigars Auli Trny
Cignrctte Ca.sc Roll up Brush Set
.Gillette Traveling Set Smoking Set
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Community SlUcrwnro Llbbc-y Cut GIrsm
Framed I'lcttiro Toilet Set
Manicure Set Fountain l'cn
II anil Mirror Books
Silver MchIi Puree Iliiutl Bug
Setting Set ParNInn Iory Set
Fancy Cltliinwuro Trnellnn Set
Violet Bnlco Combination Set
(The guniiumtil kind)
Parker Lucky Curto
91.no to ijt7.no
Whitman's mill Liggett', In iMliity ClirUt
iiiiih package, nor to 9.1.00,
Although somewhat crowded in our present quarters we will do our beat to serve you promptly and well. A call will convince you that 1'atterpon'a In the place to do your ChriHtnuw HhoppiiiK.
. JaasIS TKe PATTERSON DRUG CO. . SteaK-
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Geo. Milllcan was In town the Unit
of the week.
T. E. J. Duffy was OTcr from Prlnc
F. E. Martin was in town from
Tbo holiday rates on the railroads
go into effect tomorrow.
Fred llucy will leave In tho morn
ing (or a trip to Portland.
Mrs. C. F. Condart Is assisting at
Bather's during the holidays.
There was a light fall of snow ear
ly this morning, the first this niont.
Chas. H. Hunter, formorly located
here. Is now living In Lewlston. Ida.
MIbeos Anna and Gertrude Markel
arc In from their homesteads this
S.VJt. Keller left last night for
Portland where ho will spend the
holidays."' ,'. ' . ...
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Gove arc In
Rend visiting their eons, Geo. P. and
A. II. Gove.
W. E. Parker returned yesterday
morning from a visit with his wife
in Portland, -
E. Melstad will leave tomorrow to
visit h,ls old home in Michigan for
The Bend Steam Laundry has re
placed Its old delivery wagon with a
lirand new one.
The second installment of cluster
street llghtslias arrived and the poles
ar being erected.
The small log cabin near C. S,
Hudson's house has been converted
Into a garage.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McKay and
children will go to Portland tomor
row to spend tho holidays.
Mrs. G. W. Sbriner will spend the
Christmas holidays in Seattle with
relatives, leaving tomorrow.
Dr. A. D. Cropp expects to go to
Portland tomorrow on a short busi
ness trip. Ho will return Tuesday.
E. J. Titus of Wesley, Iowa, who
has been here for the past few weoks,
left Monday night on hit return East.
Mrs. L. H. McCann of Cessford, Al
berta, is expected in Bend shortly to
visit bor daughter, Mrs. Ralph Spen
cer. The Bend Theatre has organized a
six-piece orchestra which will fur
nish music every night at the play
Ilalelgh Sumner, a young man, was
arrested near Deschutes Monday and
taken to Prlneville. Ho Is charged
with house breaking.
C. E. Mdstellor, who has been
working on the Tumalo project, was
in town this week on his way to his
home in Milllcan valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Koscoe Howard will
leave tomorrow evening for San
Diego, Cal., where Mrs. Howard and
the children will spend the winter.
R. II. Post left Monday evening for
Lob Angeles to attend the funeral of
bis father, news of whose sudden
death was received that day.
The Baptist Woman's Union will
hold its regular business meeting in
tbo church tomorrow afternoon at
2:30. All members are requested to
J. M. Crenshaw, whose f&O.OOO li
bel suit against Redmond citizens
failed, has sold bis half Interest in
tbo, Sisters Horald to J. M. Allen for
$350, according to bill of sale filed at
John Du Buis, who has been over
seeing the enlargement of tbo Cen
tral Oregon canal for the Desert Land
Board, left for Salem Saturday night.
In a few days' ho will go East to Ith
aca, N, V., for his wedding.
Tbo Methodist Sunday school is
preparing a very interesting program
for Christmas Ere (next Wednesday
evening). Various items will be in
cluded, a special feature of which'
will be the Christmas treo.
The Sunday Oregonlan contained
a full page picture of Dcnhnm Falls,
on the Deschutes. The cut was made
from tho photo showing Frank Rob
ertson spearing Imaginary fish, which
has been reproduced so many times
In various publications all over the
country that It has become famous.
ID 0. E. S. ELECT
PRIZES FOR SHOOTING
New Hull Will He Occupied by Thecc
IMlgc-t Atxnit February f .
The regular election of officers of
the Bond Masons and the Order of
the Eastern Star have been held,
'with the following results:
Masons H. E. Allon. W. M.; Geo.
S. Young, senior warden; E. M. Lara,
Junior warden; F. O. Minor, secre
tary; J. X. Hunter, troasuror: J. D.
Davidson, J, N. Hunter, C. M. McKay,
O. E. S.-Mrs. C. M. McKay, worthy
matron; Mrs G. W. Sbriner, asso
ciate worthy matron; F. O. Minor,
patron; Mrs. Minor, conductress;
Mrs. A. M. Prlngle, associate conduc
tress; Mm. J. D. Davidson, secre
tary: "Mr.xDavldson, treasurer.
These two lodges expect to move
Into their new Quarters in the build
ing being erected at the corner of
Wall and Oregon streets about Febru
ary 1. Complete and handsome fur
nishings have been ordered for tho
BRICK WORK COMPLETED
New Building to bo Occupied After
Flrrt of the Year.
All the brick work on the two-story
building being erected by tho De
schutes Investment Company and the
one-story building of the R. M. Smith
Clothing Co., has been completed.
The Inside work on tho Smith block
Is farther along and It Is expected
that by January 1 or soon thereaf
ter It will be ready for occupancy
It Is probable that the Knights of
Pythias will hold their New YearB
Eve ball there, before the partition
is put In. Work on the two-story
building adjoining is not as far ad
vanced and it will be February 1 or
later before It Is ready for occupanoy.
With his clothing store Mr. Smith
will occupy one half of bis building
while the other part will be taken by
Bert Shuey's grocery. On the ground
floor of the Deschutes Investment
Co's edifice will bo Patterson's drug
store and the Deschutes Banking &
Trust Co., on Wall street, and the
Pioneer Tolephone Company's office
cm Oregon street. Upstairs the hall
will be used by the Masonic and
Eastern Star lodges, with tho front
offices occupied by Drs. A. L. Wil
liams and J. H. Connarn.
The cement sidewalk In front of
and along the side of tho investment
cifiii'i'iv s ImHoing Ir being laid this
nn-. and clutter lipMs will be put
Loving Cup Will Bo Glcn to Bent
Trap Shooter on CtirNtiuiM liny.
A loving cup for tho nmatour clay
pigeon championship of Central Ore
gon will be given by the Bend Rod
& Gun Club, at Its shoot on Christ
mas day. Three other prizes hAve
also been put up. these being a gun
caeo glvon by the Bond Hardware Co..
n hunting coat given by the Skuse
Hardware Co. and a load of wood
or S.S0 eaeh given by the Bend Com
jwny. Entries are open to all gun
clubg and Individuals In Central Ore
gon. There will be. in addition to trap
shooting, ritle and revolver matches
for which turkeys will be awarded.
Tho shoot will start at 10 a. in. on
tho club grounds at the old Slsomoru
place and will last nil day.
The committee in chnrgo consists
of L. C. Furst, M. D. Knutsen, C. R.
Kurrlo and II. E. Felton. with J. N.
Hunter as treasurer an tho grounds.
WILL EXCHANGE 4 passenger
Chalmers, 40 horsepower Automobllo
lor Improved land. Huuklo & Ryan.
FOlt EXCHANGE Good lots near
Presbytorlun church tor team or
horses. Apply at Bulletlu office. 3Stt
On Sunday afternoon at the home
of tbo brldo's parents, Mr, and Mrs.
L. C. Roberts, eight miles out on tho
Bend-Burns road, Roy K. Allgood and
Miss Jennie 8. Roberts were married
by Iter, B. C. Newham, After tho
ceremony a dinner was served. Those
present included the members of the
Roberts family; Mr. Allgood s sis
ter, Mrs. J. E. Engebretson; Alias
Burroughs, and G. F. Hurt.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished
rooms. Address Box 33C, Bend. 41p
FOR RENT Furnished room in
private family. A. L. Hunter. 40tfc
FOR RENT Furnished rooms
and housekeeping suite at Bean
Building. 39-40 p
FOR RENT 2 room cnbln with
stove, bed, etc.. W. B. Leah. One
block east of depot. 3Dtf
FOR RENT Two small build
ings near depot "portly 'furnished.
Either suitable for light house keep,
ing. or rooms for two persons. In
quire at this offlcd. Prices C and
FOR RENT Offices on Wall street
very cheap. Apply Bulletin Office.
FOR RENT Rooms centrally lo
cated. Electric lights and water.
Sultablo for housekeeping. Cheap.
Apply Bulletin Office.
FOR RENT Largo store, modern
front. Good location. Apply to F.
O. Minor. Deschutes Bank. 27tf
FOR RENT Threo room houso.
See Joe Innos at tho Metropolitan. 3Ct
OFFICE ROOM for rent. Will rent
the office recently oceuplod by It. E.
Koon, sewer engineer, at a very rea
sonable rental. Access given to vault
In my office If desired. Robert B.
CHRISTMAS GOODS' GALORE.
This week the advertising columns
of The Bulletin toll of many good
things for the Christmas shoppers.
and it will bo well worth the reader's
attention to careful consider these
WANTED To buy good team,
harness and wagon, cheap. Mares
preferred. Inquire at Ovarturf houso
in Kenwood. 41 p
WANTED-To buy good team, liar
noss and wjigon, ohoap. Mares pre
ferred. Inquire at Bulletin. 40p
WANTED Girl for gunernl house
work. Inquire of Mrs. O. M. Pat
WANTED Cottlo and horses to
feed during the winter months. Chas.
L. W liner, Star Ranoh, Laldlaw. 37tf
WANTED Slurried man, ago 31,
with over 4 yenr'u exporlenco in god
oral merchandise would Ilka to get
employment in some small town In
Central Oregon. Prefers work as
clerk In general merchandise store
in or near Bond, Will do all kinds of
work for reasonable salary Can glvo
best of references. Address, O, J.
Erlckson, Qulncy, Oro. 41 p
FOR SALE OR TRADE New 4 lip
oil or gasoline engine. Address Box
22C, Bend. 41c
FOR SALtt OR TRADE- Seven
passungor Fierce-Arrow automobile.
Write Box 13, lluud, Ore. 36tf
FOR SALK Thanksgiving and
Christmas turkeys. Phono Mrs. Shou
FOR SALE liny term, weight
about 300V, 3 and 4 ecr old. veil
broken. Price 1 100. Inquire Bulle
tin ottloe. 37-4 lp
FOR SALK- All kinds of firewood
In all lengths. Telephone ordora to
68, 3 rings. Uckman & Wilson, 40p
FOR SALE Hogs and pigs, good
breed. Ed Halvorson, Bend. 30tf
FOR SALE All kinds of rough
and dressed lumber, at Andorson
Bros, sawmill half a ay between Bond
and Laldlaw, on old Tumalo road.
Reasonable prices, rough lumber $10
per M. Delivering to Dend or Lald
law $2 per M. Telephone? 19tf
FOR SALE Cabin near Bend Co.
mill. Inquire at Bulletin office. ICtf
FOR BALE Cheap, 04 0 acres, sec.
lC-21-10, 20 miles south of Bond, on
Deschutes river. Address W. H. Mel
rote, Colfax, Wash. 4 Op
FOR SALE Horse, thrco years,
end mare two years old. Cheap. In
quire at Bulletin office 41-42p
FOR SALE Furnished tent houso
12x14; also for $60 mare, wt about
960, broken to rldo or drive. Inquire j
ofW. Tollos. 41-42p
FOR SALE 2C acres water stock
In D. R. I. Co. known as Swalley Co.,
reasonable. Mrs. M. E. Knotts,
LOST AND FOl'ND.
LOST Between my home and
Deyarmond'a garage, brass huh cap.
Also, tool box cover and roll of tools
by side of Silver Lake road, mile and
half south of town. Finder return
to It. G. Fnrrls or Bulletin. 40-41
LOST Wallot containing spec
tacles, gold watch, bill of goods, etc.,
Under will receive reward by louvlng
at Bulletin offieo or at Himtlemoro
store, 68 miles oast of Bend on Bond
Burns road. Lucy B. Hicks. 41c
Just Seven More Shop-
ping; Days Until
IF YOF HAVE NOT ALHEABY COMI'LitTICD YOl'lt
XMAS IHTVIXH, TIIKUK IS YET A.MPI.H TIMIt, FOR Till!
BIINHI'IT OF TIIK lTK HIIOI'I'KIIH THIS NTOKIt WILL; III!
OPEN KVKItY EVENING NEXT WEEK UNTIL OllllisT.MAS
SUGGHTIOXH FOlt HIM.
Hxtrn lirmy nll'tWMtl, Hlmkrr Knit, niailt by Olympla
Mills Rruulnr gti.UO, Sprclul t.lO
DtvM Shlrtx, Flannrl ShlrU of all kind nnd color
priced at 40c to. 1.00
Frit anil Leather In Black, Red and Broun, llrjf.
91.75,, Special $l.'M
A!wayn acceptable and Mimetlilng tliut every man
nreili, Cotton, I.Me and Hllk 1.1c lo 91.00
Dirt Ulutre, Work Clot, Automobile Gloe ... 10c U 91.00
SUGGESTIONS FOlt HER.
Hand Hag anil Pumrw, Fancy and Plain 7rtc to 9it.no
Hosiery, LudloV Cotton, Wool, Usln wid Silk, In all
colon. IHc to 91,00
Jabot, Dainty Xecrfwror fur the c-ldrrly lady.. . . . .lil'c to IKlc
Pillow Top", In many ilrlgn and pattern IHc to 70o
Aprons, Fancy, Tea and Hewing Hlc to 70c
DON'T WAIT. WHAT YOU WANT I'AIITICULAIM.Y "MAY
NOT BE THERE TOMORROW.
The F. A. Bennett Co.
TO TRADE Hogs for calves,
heifers or cows, at Edgewood farm,
0 miles, out on BurnB road, E. A.
Knotts. 4 1-4 2c
. FOR SALE OR TRADE Houso
fnd lot In North Addition. Will tako
good Jersey cows or Berkshire hogs.
HJalmar Olson, Slaters, Ore. 42p
TO TRADE Income property -for
land. II. B. Oldrldge, New Meadows, Us
Idaho. 38-4 lp JJfc
"HURRY UP TIME" IS HERE
YOU PROBABLY HAVE NOT YET BOUGHT ALL YOUIt CHRIST.
MAS PRESENTS, AND IF THAT IS THE CASE WE GIVE YOU A SPEC
IAL INVITATION TO VISIT
THE OWL PHARMACY
YOU CAN SELECT AT THIS STORE GUTS THAT WILL UK
APPROPRIATE FOR 1ATIIER, MOTHER, BROTHER, SISTER, HUS.
BAND, WIFE, HWEETIIEART-IN FACT WE CAN SUPPLY ALL YOUIt
WANTS, AND THE PRICKS WILL SUIT YOU.
HERE ARE JUST A-FEW OF OUR LEAREIISs
LOWNEY'H CANDIES CHRIhTMAS STATIONERY
CUT GLASS CIGAHS IN BOXES
SILVERWARE JIANDPAINTED CHINA
LEATHER GOODS v FOUNTAIN PENS
TOILET SETS PIIONOORAPIIH
WE WRAP AND MAIL CHRISTMAS PACKAGES.