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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1906)
Two pounds of Cntnviiti Coffee
for 7xc al tliu Ilud Murciititllc Co.
Levi Johnson of I'unillutou rc
itlered lit ilolul Hend hint tfnttirdiiy.
C, A. Cliii)iiinn went to l'rluc
vllle Monday iiioruiiiK, lutiirninu
H. A. (iriniu went to the John
Kynu ranch jhiiiUi of I la ml I nut Hun
dny. IIu wilt !c jjoiic a week.
liny your onion seta, jjnrden and
fluid wedx of tliu Jlcud Mercnnlilc
Co. New stock jiidt ruceived.
Juiit received, 300 tminples 1906
wall paper. 9tyes frotn the Knit.
.c and up r roll. N P. Wultlor.
All coods botiRlit of us will he
delivered to any place in Monti or
kytlc Henri Mvcry & Transfer
C.oinpnuy. 51 tf
A. M. Draka, returned to Henri
fyttitrriny night from an extended
business trip to Portland and Cali
Get our prircs on windows, doors,
and nil huildinu iniiteriuN before
plnclng your orders elsewhere.
The lkud Mercantile Co.
Juines McCoy returned to Henri
Wednesday evening front his ditch
land near Kerimonri, which he has
been clearing ami improving.
The Deschutes Irrigation &
Power Conimny nt Kedtuouri wants
rqck men, teninstcrs and slip
holders. Wage ?a.as per tiny;
board 1.50 jcr week. 3-5
On and after March 1, the, Steele
KcMiiuraut will again le opened,
when meals will be furuiidied to the
public. KcKtilnr meals, 35c. Fur
it tailed room in connection. .otf
A meeting of the Ladies' Aid So
ciety of the M. K. church will he
held WcduemUy, April 4, at the
home of Mr. S. C. Caldwell. All
Iqriirf o( Henri and vicinity are cor
dially invited to attend.
V. O. Minor returned the middle
of the week from Portland where
he had leii called by the danger
ous illuetwi of his mother. He, re
Krts that she was regaining her
usual health when he left.
Some of Henri's merchants nre
doing n good work in cleaning the
street Iwfore their places of business.
I'.. A. SMher started the ball roll
ing Thursday morning by carting
away the rubbish that had nccum
inulatcri before hit store during the
11. V. I.aken, who has been
in Henri the jwst mouth, loft for
Spokane Wednesday morning, ox
ccting to return here in n few
weeks. Mr. I.aken is interested in
the Crookjtou Lumber Co. of
Minnesota and has been in Henri
Acquiring information relative to
the timbur in this vicinity.
The Hullctiii receives many re
quests front distant points for sam
ple copies. These are wanted that
the resources nud advantages of this
country may be learned. The re
quests come from Hritish Columbia,
from the fur away Kastcrn states,
and from nil parts of the country.
Truly the attention qf many people
is centered on the great Deftchutert
J, U. lfry had n lively runaway
Tuesday. His team became fright
cued, broke away from Mini and en
deavored to run on opjxxsitc sides of
n little barn on Robert McCann's
place south of town. They knocked
one side out of the shanty and broke
the hariiesa considerably, but aside
trout this no other damage was
caused. The tuiinwnys were soon
Spring is truly here at last. An
unfailing sign of its arrival is seen
in the stilt fever that has affected
the youth of Henri. Kvory young
ster who is able to make n pair of
stilts is stalking around town, hap
py in the pastime. The next spring
h mptom that will show itself will
hen gang of youngsters with their
pockets full of marbles and a
"game" in progress on every cor
ner. And it will not be in violation
of the city ordinances, either.
Archie Pattic and Samuel H.
Clark left this week for their homes
at Pliillipsburg, Mont. These gen
tlemen have' been ntopping for two
or three weeks at the Hotel Henri
nud have been looking qver the
country. They were pleased With
jirospccts here ami will return later
n the .season with their families,
purchase land in the vicinity 1 of
Henri, nud make their future .home
licje. lleforc leaving ihey filed bit
Frank Glass of Kerimonri was a
Henri caller Tuesday.
Tom Ryan was down, from his
up-river ranch Thursday.'
Shadelaud Wonder seed oats for
sale at The Henri Mercantile Co, tf
I 0. Drown of Tumalo was
transacting business hi Henri Inst
C. M. Red field of Redmond
came up to Head yesterday to at
tend to ImaiittttM matters.
For rent too acres of laud nil
plowed and seed furnished. For
particulars, C. P. Docker, I.aldlaw,
Huy your bakery goods at the
Steele ReMturnnt. The very best of
pics, cakes, doughnuts, cookies,
bread, etc. ,p;tf
The Henri Mercantile Co. is sell
ing the Unker nud Wntikcgnuitc
barb wire cheap for cash. Oct
their prices. 5 i-tf
K. A. Smith nnd T. W. dimmer
maun left Wednesday morning for
Mr. Smith's homestead n few miles
south of town.
Alfalfa hay $1(1.50 n ton, chopped
feed 2.1a ner hundred. We 11 1 so
carry mill feed. Hend I.ivcry &
Trnimcr Co. 5 m
The Pilot Butte Company is this
week seeding its field near Pilot
llutte to vetch and the one east ol
Garden Row to oats.
Next Sunday evening there will
be the regular consecration meeting
of the Christian Ktidcavorcrs, nnd
n targe attendance is desired.
Dr. Coons will hold preaching
services nt the church nc.t Siuiday
both morning and evening. Morn
ing services at 11 o'clock, evening
serviced at 8.
Two fine, large, new clocks of
the New Haven, Conn., make, nr
'iveri this week for use in the npw
school house when completed.
They are oil exhibition a the
II. C. Kllis reports that he will
be ready to assume the duties of
United Stntcs laud commissioner ns
soon as his bond is accepted nud
approved by the authorities. When
this will le cannot be definitely
stated, but probably not later than
two or three weeks.
The new cross-walks recently
ordered built by the city council tire
now being laid between Hotel Henri
and Kstcbcnct's comer, nnd be
tween the Kstcbcuct corner nud
Sheldon's blacksmith shop. One
will nlso be laid where the walk
crosses Hawthorn avenue between
the church and Sheldon's shop.
Planks, 18 and 30 Icot long, ax 12
inches nre being used for these
The committees appointed to per
fect the organization of the Hend
club that intends to place n launch
on the river nbovc Henhatu Falls,
were unable to make rcjorts
Wednesday evening as nt first
planned and consequently these
will have to be, submitted at a future
meeting. It has been learned,
however, thnt no trouble will he
met with in obtaining the right to
navigate the river.
II. F. Johnson of Priuevillc nn
uouuecs himself in The Bulletin
tfiis week ns a candidate for the
nomination for sheriff on the repub.
llcan ticket. He spent several days
during the week in Henri rounding
up the voters of the precinct and
soliciting their support. Mr. John
son is n long-time resident of the
county nud has a Inrgc nud favor
able acquaintance with the settlers
in this region. The sheriff's office
is the one that ts attracting the
most candidates and Mr. Johnson is
making a hard race for the nomina
tion. He is a competent man for
William Johnson, who is seeking
the nomination to the office of
county dark on the republican
ticket, was in Hend Tuesday look
ing after matters political. Mr.
Johnson has been n resident of the
county over 30 years nud has a wide
acquaintance. He has held the
office of superintendent of schools
of Crook county for three terms.
Five miles cast of I.airilnw he owns
a tract of- ditch laud under the
Swalley ditch, nud is one of the old
residents of this region who is help
ing in the development of the
county. He has had considerable
experience in the duties of the
clerk's office and is familiar with its
Odd sizes and broken lots in
shoes ntid rubber goods cheap for
cash at Bend Mercantile Co; We
may. hive just the kind you are
looking ftir. 51-tf
WH WANT A SHARK
wmuauiiu "Afijc r
Our High Grade Qoods offered,
mu Kvery cash purchaser can have, a Grand Kntcrtnlncr-a Talk
ing Machine in the home. Wc are giving them away. Get
informed and save our coupons.
V. P. King for County Treasurer.
To the republican voter of Crook
county: I hereby announce my can
illiliicy for the tetmlilieaii nomination
for the office of county trwuurcr utulcr
the direct primary law, Miblwrt to the
ilociaion of the voter.
V. I'. KlJMJ, I'riiievillc,
SAYS TMEY MAY VOTG.
Attorney General Says Voters May
Register on Day or Primary,
Attorney fienernl Crawford hns
settled the question ns to whether
or not electors can participate mine
primaricsjf they hnvc not registered
prior to the closing of the lwoks be
lore the primaries, aim lits decision
imsot4 the ecticrnl belief that one
could not vote under those condi
tions. Mr. Crawford says thnt
there is nothing in the law to pre
vent the use of the Blank "A" ns
in general elections, nud thnt voters
applying to vote in the primaries,
if they have not registered, can
have six witnesses nnd make the
lilrmk "A" certificate, and thnt
they arc then entitled to participate
in the primaries. It will Iw neces
sary, of course, for them to declare
their party affiliation in, order for
thorn m mrticin.-itc. With this un
derstanding of the law, the at
torney general has instructed the
county clerks to provide the usual
blank "A" ccrtmcates lor us.e at
hc precinct primaries.
In tins connection, uowever, 11 is
well to caution the voters of the
rntmtrv ncniiist waitincr until the
day of the primaries before regis
tering, ns to do so on mat uay it
will reuuire six witnesses and will
besides entail a great dcnlofadT
lllinnnl lnbor nnd trouble unon the
officers in charge of the election.
I'or tuts reason it ts urged mat
electors of all parties should come
in nnd register now.
Reveries of tho Tramp Pedagogue.
To the Hend Social Clulwl'rlcmli
nilri l'cllow-Convicts: You'c heard the
song "There was a little hole in the
(round nud the green graM grew nil
mound, round, round." Well, I nm
there, I'm in the hole nud ntn hero for
two month, or o tlaya in the wilder-
I departed front Hend nt fi a. 111. In the
year ol nineteen hundred nud froic-to.
ilentli going to Klianlko. I eot to I'riuo
villc O. K., left at 1 o'clock for Sliuuiko
with nu old fallow from Wonntcliec who
hud beuti surveying tliu Hand country
nud purchased some land. Wc were
travelling cotnnauioug ns far as Hinarin.
We got into llelttlcr'ti slxnit H o'clock
A. 1). (after dark) II. C. (bocu cold), Wc
made up our minds to lie in tho Ixittom
of the stnge nud ulccp to Khnulko, hut lol
two mure Aeuger got nlxvard nud we
told htoriiM nil ulht nud "humjxd the
huuipo" into Shnuiko. Wo got into
Slmniko nt 7 o'clock nud were to leave nt
H o'clock via the C. 8. railway. tStnnds
for Confounded Slow. ) I naked the tick
et neeut if thnt was my train when the
combination pulled up to the dcot nud
he said he thought not; thnt it Iwlouged
to the Columhin Southern Railway Co,
"Well," her. I, "Shall I take this trnln?"
lie said I'd better not ns the company
lmil boon missing some trnius lately. I
mniingcd to get n through ticket to
Umatilla with a stop over, Involuntary
at lUi'i'K. I boarded the train rather
nwkwnrdly ns I hadn't ridden for 18
months. I and my friend eat ourselves
down an the cuslilons, ami waited one
nud a half hours for the freighter to load
on n bunch of hogs, sheep, cattle, wool,
Imrlewiro etc., etc., and at last we moved.
The conductor tame along nud I was
asleep, i He saya "I'nrc." I say "l'alr,
to uuddliu; how's yourself?" I want your
ticket says he. I told him I was riding
on niy ,fec and he puueed it; . 1
We wived It) Jlfggs at xitjo anil ate
OF YOUR TRADK FOR.
Service nnd Low Prices, Merit Jt
dinner, 30 cents worth, In ia minute, ij
3-3ccnUpcr minute lorsucvrlng In Idvcs.
nfees has wonderful orospcfts before It.
There nre two things I would like to do.,
One is drive sUigc ami tliu otycr is
live in Illgu.
"Wc t6anled the train for Umatilla at ja
o'clock, nnd we got to our destination
nlMiit 7 oclock. UnutilU Is a town
comosed of two parts Jews a ml one
onrt Indians. Wc nickcl out a hotel
mid my friend nud I registered. lie
registered Tlieo. Koosevelt ami I reg
istered Win. Jennings Ilryan, and lo! a
IHg bedlmg crnwlcl up my pen to sec
what iiumfer my room wns, I v;r, ui I,
"You have Inig here." ".Vo," ' the
Hebrew hot. "Here vos not von linele
K-1 pug int mine IknIcI." i ouiyt he
wns right; thev were all maricd and
had large families.
We, my friend and I, lioardcd the train
for Kiparia at I o'clock a. m., and I
iot Hit off nt 4 o'clock a. m. at the
Kliiarian-Icwistou doek am) Warded
the boat for Iwistou. via Snake river.
after billing my friend a fond adieu,
Wc were afloat until J o'clock in the
afternoon, then wc lauded at l.cwUton
and I lost my Riparian right. I had
made Hie acquaintance, o anoujer oni
guy on the boat and wo hcatlcd for the
Hotel llollinecr. I ntu su'iiikm' in my
overcoat listening to the strain of a
violin, cornel ami piano, nmj K9zg ai a
frescoed ceiling, i winked at a waitress
mnld nud she looked soared, then I quit
winking. The cashier short-changed
me five cents nnd the portsr showed mc
to my two bit room in the garret and I
blew out the gau nnd went to bed.
(To be continued.)
Notice to the Public.
I have now a complete line of
Gents' and Boys' Suits, fresh nud
clean, just arrived from the Kast.
Also hats, caps and a full line of
shoes. In fact everything to wear
from head to foot. Gome in and
see them at Pinh Trhb Stork.
All outstanding orders against
district No. 12, Crool; county, Ore
gon, will have to bo presented for
payment on or before April 1, 1906,
upon which date they cease bear
ing interest. I. D. WiitsT.
R. B. GARMAN,
HOTEL REDMOND Call and see
$10 Per Acre $10
Crook County, Oregon. Deed di
rect from State. WKITK for pam
phlet and mnp. B. S. Cook & Co.,
351 Alder Street, Portland, Oregon.
Restaurant and Bakery
Board nnd Rooms 'The Home"
will be opened for business Wednes
day, Feb. 31, 1906. "tip to date"
in every respect. Call and see us
as you go through here. Wc will
use yott right.
H, fr. JONES, hop.
PILOT BUTTE INN
A, C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tnble'? . supplied with al the delicacies pf thoren- flon
pirat-class Ifrjtiipmcnt Pine Root s an(t jjC(js
ill stages stop
General Blacksmith and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOE4NG A S'PECALTY
t0T Our shop is located opposie Baptist Church.
CoiDfflissiou and forwarding
SltANlkO, - OREdON
Large, CMiHodrpu5 Warehouse. Ccn!gHBcts SoJicilcd
I'rompt attention paid to tliouc who
favor mc- uitli their fatrortige....:,..
Auifioxizcd Capital $25,000
The Centrdl Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
Tranuets a general banking and truit bunntu: luurt Lcttera or Credit rood
throughout nhe world; ecu aiadminlitralor executor or truttee or eatates; Iran
(era money ly mail or telegraph' tetlectlona made promptly and upon faroraMc
INTKRKST ON njtl'OSITS-The Central Oreron lUnklnc A Trurt Co. haa
ftddnl aerefal new iealurea to Ua raklly growing butlnr. It will now glre Time
Ceitlfteatea of UeptMit. Pol" Intcrett thereon aa follow! : For Six Month, j per
cent; for One.ye,w, 4 per cent.
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent at Reasonable Rates
A Full Line. of Legal Blanks for Sale.
Agent forithe Fire .Association of Philadelphia,
pnd the American Fire Insurance Co.
A. M. DRAKE, Putfl. A. L. GOODWILLIE, .Vice Pats.
x ' J. M. LAWItENCE, Six'r
F. O. MINOR, Casiueii
J. FRANK STROUD, Majuger
LIVERY, and FEO STABLE
HORSKS BOA,RDKD BY THK D4VY, WRU OR SIOWJJI
Fjrst-Clqtss Liycry Rigs pr Re-it. 1PkmeKa.'15
noudatcct, between t.Innetota and Oregon,
Barbershop 11 , , 3 OornarBond
XT rlOTEL I3END. nZ'Z
MUCH O'KANG, Prop
MOST CUNTKAU.Y I,OCATKD 1IOTKL IN BUND.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
No matter how biff the bird, no, matter bow heavy its plumage or
swift its flight, you can bring It to bag with a long, strong,
straight shooting Winchester Repeating Shotgun. Results art what
count. They always give the best results in field, fowl or trap
shooting, and are sold within reach of everybody's pockttbook.
fSEEt Smi m4 tU lUttu a fallal tU lor aar (aria (IailradJ wUJaju.
at the hotel door
& Transfer Co.