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BUND, OKKOON, FRIDAY, FKB. 24, 1905.
Ml. Jul ia 2aL
W It Ol'I.MIH. J. CJ. IJ. HtlllWlMAIIN
(luerln (5: Stelnumatin
Atlonicys nml Counsellors nt m
I'laUkc In Hint Mini I'kIHhI CihiiU
)IHNI) ' OKKOON
U. C. COE,
Ol'I'KIC ovitu hank
Physician ami Surgeon
ti.i.ki'iionii no. 31
iii. si) okkoon
DR. B, F. BUTLER
All Kinds of Hsnlal Work Fair Prices
(1II1V 111 limik tl'ilMing HKMll, OKKOON
tsAt. rrti .iMf
J. L. MeCULLOCH,
Alidmctcr nml Bxnmlncr of lltloi.
I,tnl ! Ion l.akl Aftt
I..I Nun Kkt.
J. Al. LAWRENCE,
t M HMIIOKIK.
Nol.ir 1'itblte. Insurance, Township
IM.it for Upper Deadlines Valley.
MlTAK 1 1 MJC IXVUKAHCK
A. W. GRANT
Atfrltt I .f
Liverpool, London & (Unix?, nml
Uincnslilrc llrc Insurance
tl I' IlklkH!- M I'
t IHn H KlWM M II
Drs. Belknap & Edwards,
1'IIYSICIANS AND SIMONS.
ikim:vii.u! - - ORIKION.
iUrl krf WiitntV rK .
J. W. Bledsoe
INNII. .... OKKOON.
All X !! I'irwrci and lupltotr
I'utuirt) iniibi.l at Any T.mt
Crook County Really Co
Ittal btate rtajtbt ami Sold.
I ire atttl Accident
time i m iittia i umm mhh.obihoii
' 0. V. HELMS
Watches nml Jewelry Repaired
Ht lu l.ivinglu Hat lira lUop
Barber Shop & Baths
Best of iiivoinuiodatiou and
work promptly done '
VVAI.I. HT. HKNI). OKKOON
Graining, Kiinmeliiig and Intetior
Hbop In rt r of Mnlau vetl
I' ' , "
Miss Grace Jones
TtAc h r n or
I. mow rwily ri i"iiiii '' ' '""d
nt 5IK. TimrKiNs ilHI-im HIvM'.Oioi.
L. D. WIEST
Special (juahfiontioiis for
I.and Suweyiiitf and Iiri
llulMlnu Pimm uml Piiecllleiitlons
I'or Snlo or Trade.
'80 aqua, h tlie.Columble
very , favorably .sittthtcd.
: Wilt be fcpld chenf) or trad-
V" 4 TOr 'toWil prol W,' '" v
4ti(juirc at The Bulletin Office,
Hcforc purchasing elsewhere get our price on
HllKlAm nniLDI-KS" IIAKDWAKI! hikI MA
TF.RIAI.S. We carry a complete line of Kinff,
Cooking nml Heating Stoves, Window.1) uml
Doors, (Hush, I'nlnts nml Oils.
Ruberoid Roofing, Build
ing Paper, Tarred Felt.
we offer Owconts. Hats, Cap. Boots, and Shoe
German Socks and Rubber Footwear, Overalls,
OUR. GROCERY DEPARTMENT---
is full of new, bright, fresh goods, Iwth staple ami
fancy, and price an low an elsewhere, quality
We are agents for the John Ieere line of Wagons
and Agricultural Impletiicntk.
The Bend MercantHe Co
You do not need to send away for Dry Goods
and Clothing now.
Bat Get the
W iwibwi ai Nm MMIKI
Watch oar prices they wiffi mterest yon
Come in and get acquainted (we are always glad to Me new faces) and compare our goods
and prices with any atom in Crook County.
. A customer of ours is our best advertisement
You want the ood, we want the money
Most, complete stock m Western Crook
for yow to choose from
We carry a full line, including
Underwear, Shirt Waists, Wrap
and the finest
HAST OV THH CASCADES
Let us show you What wo can do tor our mutual benefit;
. '5. V . 1 . ' T t.t,
t semxsimmmwwm nw1 1 .wtai
Habit of Trading at
1 11IWI 1 IIM M niltnilill WMial I I Mfc.1 i wmmm
Very truly yours, .
'C; X. CHAPMAN,
HELPS READING ROOM
Princville Brings a Good
Drama to Bend.
Nirr PROPIT IS AUOUT S3-..00
Visitors were Well Received and the
Hntcrtiiltunent Was In All Re
specta n Success.
Princville people came out to
Bend last Saturday and presented
the farce 'The Circus Girl, or Ara
bian Nights" nt the J!. M. Imll to a
Urge and appreciative audience
The production wan for the benefit of
the llend Magazine Club. The
club treaiury was benefited alxmt
$34 by thin rfornmnce.
This amusing comedy was played
in Princville the previous week,
drawing well for two night. Mrs
Belknap conceived the idea of
bringing it out to Bend. The
neonlc in it readily adopted the
suggestion and agreed to come.
They wanted to visit Bend and
thought this would supply an
excellent occasion for a rare ex
cursion. There was no desire to
make money out of it. so the Mend
Magazine Club watt made the bene
ficiary, the only condition being
that it stand the fixed expenses
This, of course, was readily assent
ed to and five citizens interested in
the reading room project b.caine
reapomible for' any deficit tint
might occur, though the Princville
people did not ask it.
Messrs White, of the Iiiler Piano
House, and Dunlap, an accountant
who is expertiug the county's
Men's and boys' Suits, Furnish
ings, Hats and Caps.
CAM, ON US KOR
COLLARS and' TIES
books, came over to Bend Fridav
iiid look great interest and render
"d valuable service In preparing
the stage. A number of otlic
Princville people cnnie over to se
this town and to serve as compan
ions for the actors. When evening
came the B. M. hall was stuffed
with a good tlalured and apprecia
tive atidicilcc, so lliat it hardly re-'
quired the work of the battel to
mucII the thrdng. But it blew a
few tuitw just to show that tin
town realized that it had Visitors.
The comedy wqk filled with
action and its lines sparkled with
wit. And it wait 10 preseuttd tlmt
its strong points were artisticallv
brOiight out, and every point went
home, Ridiculous situations fol
Idwetl each other rapklly. The
common amateur fault of overdoing
things was markedly absent from
this production, which moved
smoothly from curtain ri.se to finish
It was well balanced throughout
Here is the cast:
Mr. A. HummihVtbji, lW. A.C. ?tmn.
lUlph Ormero - .Mr. I). MpIj1
.loM-ph Oilllliraitd - Mr. Joe Larnen
'oln - Mr. Alee verl
Mrf. HiunudKtO, Ml WliiHfe Clin.
.Mrn. II. P. Itelkiup
Mrs. Julia Lyt'c
Mb Maud KM-r
Mlw lont War I
Between the first and second acta
Miss Ceok- Smith sang a very pret
ty song so well that she was obliged
to respond to an encore. For vari
ety between the second and hut
acts Mrs. Wigle recited I'oe's "Ra
ven" in a very effective manner.
The orchestral music was sup
plied by A. II. Kennedy and MU.1
Beulah Crooks, of Princville, and it
After the performance J. S. Smith
invited the actors to an oyster sup
per at the Smith & Cleek restau
rant. Meanwhile the theater was
cleared of seats and tjie people
spent an hour in a pleasapt dance.
Upon casting up the accounts it
was found that tickets to the
amount of $91.50, had been sold,
mostly by Mrs. W. R. Wilkinson
and II. J. Overturf, and the expen
ses .totaled $57.45, leaving the net
profit for the benefit of the Maga
zine Club $34 05.
Bstn Atamma and the Hurmosc rile
phantsWIIl Be Lonely.
The Groesbecks are reconcile 1.
Oerald didu t go to stick pin m-
Burmese elephants and his wite!
dklu't go to her mimina in Boston.'
They are now in San Francisco.
What they will do in the future no
body kuows, least of all themselves.
When Groesbeck renched Shan
iko on his way out from Ueud lit
went to the Columbia Southern
hotel ami remarked to landlord J
Keeney that he supposed it would
b.' no use to tell htm anything.
Mr. Keeucy replfed that that was
not necessary, as Mrs. Groasleck
had been there first. '
"Well, I'll fix htr all right" said
Groesbeck, and he. began tapping
the wires. His messages overtook
her at Chicago and she waited for
him there. Instead of "bumming
his way across the Pacific he hit the
overland trail in a parlor car and
joined his spouse in the wicked ;ork
metropolis. From there they went
to San Francisco.
It is said that Gerald made all
the promises his fife wanted and
that all is lovely ngain.
New UUlldlnK on Wall Street.
Mrs. Uva Steele ims bought the
lot on Wall street, opposite where
she has been conducting a restau
rant. She will put up a two-story
building 24x40 feet, which will be
used a$ a restaurant below, and she
will rent rooms on the upper floor.
A meeting of the stockholders of
the I). I. & P. Co. "to called for
next Tuesday in Portland. W. IS.
Guerin jr., will leave tomorrow or
next day to attend. The ixrard'of
1 .. ... 1
next day to atteiui. me uoara'oi "f ,v -.-- jr.
directors will also hold a meetingtfallcy wdlffrocura -theni on short
mi tim same dav. luotice. MerriU Drug Compauy,
ou the same day,
WHO SHALL BE TAXED
Quefjtlon Now Befoi-fc thd
ToLidBrten BUSINESS HOUSES
Arc Ocnornl Merchants, DlacksmUlis,
Moat Markets and Professional
Men to Poy the City?
The most, important matter be
fore the council lajt ,TJucsd,ay night
did not get into the iiinutcs because
it was an informal discussion of the
license ordinance, which had passed
first reading and been tabled with
several others, and still remains
on the table. O'Kanc contended
that all branches of business should
be licensed, in order to get revenue
for the city. West contended as
strongly against such a course, say
i'g it was unnecessary and would
kill tlui town. The others did
not commit themselves fully
though McMUIad had a perceptible
leaning, toward general license as
advocated by O'Kahc.
In ihe proposed ordinance license
is provided for a number of occupa
tionspeddlers, drtuUe tellers, auc
tioneers, theatrical performances,
circuses,, card-playing rooms, bil
lard cooms, etc. Ko until Tues
day night had there been any hint
or suggestion . of including general
merchants. O'Kanc said he was
required to pay a license to run the
saloon business and he thought
other businesses should also pay
license fee. The whole question
has been left for future determina
tion. . ,, ,
An ordinance to provide for the
office of city attorney at $350 a
year was introduced by O'Kanc,
and read first tide. G. C. Steiuc
matm is serving as city attorney
pending adoption of the ordinance.
The committee on city jail report
ed that the contract of Brostcrhous
Bros, had been fulfilled and recom
mended that the claim for $302.63,
including $10.25 extras, be paid.
Sheldon & McKinnon also pre
sented a bill for making extra hasps
and staples for the jail, $5.55.
which was ordered paid.
Other bills ordered paid were $7
to Marshal Iestejr or his first
mouth! service, aud $25 to Re
corder Lawrence for his first month.
Council adjourned until the next
regular meeting night, March 7.
STAATS MAKES A CHANQE
Sells Merchandise, Resigns Postmast
ershlp, Will Boom Town.
W. II. Staats, the Deschutes
merchant and postmaster, this week:
sold his merchandise stock to K. A
Sather, in Bend, and sent his resig
nation as postmaster to the depart
ment at Washington. The Des
chutes postoflice is expected to be
dosed soon as the authorities act in
the matter. - Bend, less than a mile
away, serves the postal needs of the
community better than two offices.
Mr Staats says he will for the
present devote his attention to de
veloping his townsile of Deschutes,
which was platted on 40 acres ad
joining Bend some three years ago.
He will now plat the remaining 40
and put the whole on the market.
He will also remain in the hotel
business at the old stand.
Twenty-four years ago the
Staatses came over from Polk coun
ty aud .established themselves on
the Deschutes. There were not so
many Unvnsites hereabouts then.
They have kept the Deschutes
postoflice during its whole life. Mr.
Staats says he may stock up his
store again in the fall but for the
jpresent will devote his time and en-
ergy chiefly to outside work.
U xve uavexrc wnai suits you.