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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BUND, ORKGON, J'RIDAY, SUPTEMBKR 7, 1906.
C. S. BENSON;
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bend, - Oregon.
W. I MYERS
Twtlvr rMitctal pisctU liefitir Ihr V 8
Land Ortit unit l)rMtliiiriit or the Interior
Al general iHnitlfr.
U. C. COE, M. D.
Ol'I'IClt OVJW HANK
Physician .and Surgeon
THI.KI'IIONK NO. 31
MINI) . ORIIGON
DR. I.rL. SCOFIIHLD
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J. If. IIANfiN.
ABSTRACTER of TITLES
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NOTARY I'VIU.IC " INUUKANCH
A. H. GIUNT
Liverpool, Lniiilon fc (Hobo, 11 ml
Lancashire PI re litstirnticc
Crook County Really Co
Ileal l.'slatc JJouK.it and Sold.
I. Ifc ami Accident
Olt'lCK ID M'lLUTlN Nl'ILDINU BUMP. 0UHI1
Barber Shop & Baths
Ik Kt of accommodations and
work promptly done
WAI.I. ST. HUM). OKltOON
R. B. GASMAN.
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PAttkKNCXK TRAIN TIMIt CARD.
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Dully singe connection .it riluiuiko for Autcl
Apr, I'rlnctlllc, Haul, Hums, SlUcr Luke. Lake
view, Mitchell, Dayttllc, Autoiie. Ashwooil, Can
yun City, Julin D.iy City, unit 1'o.nll.
K. I). WOODHHHKV,
,C. !', I.YTI.It,. rluiwrliitcmlcnt,
.1'. unit I' A. hhnuiku.Oir,
Ikkigatkd Land I have a few
choice tracts from 40 to 160 acres
each that can be bought at a bar-fcahu-M',
Lv ToMi'tfiKsy i.Bank
ecauso wo arc selling the same and better j
quality at a closer margin is a veryood !
reason why you will find our store the I
best place to buy anything in the line of
Groceries, Drygoods, Furnish- j
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash arid '
Doors, Paints and Oils
TTe PINE TilEE STORE
U. A. SA'fllUR, iMtOI'KlirrOR
A PRETTY WEDDING
A Complete Stock of
Rough, Surfaced mid Moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
T. &0. PLOORING
II HAD ULOCKS
O. G. BASI-BOARD
STAIR TK ISADS
P.. G. vUATTINS
MOULDrNGS s ' "'
P. II. D.-PA'PKHT ROOMING
The Lands of
mic D. I. & r.
Tlie C. S. I. Co
CUSTOM FI-I-D MILL IN CONNECTION.
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h! homo paper, In order to sot All
tlio looal news, but to keep In touch
with tho world's dxlly ovonU
should ahto read '
The Evening Telegram, f
Portland, Oregon, .,
The leading evening newspaper of
tho Faclflo Ooaet, which haa com
plete Aitsoclatod Press reports and
special leaaed-wire service, with
correspondents In Important news
contors and In all tho cities and
principal towns of tho JforthweBt.
Portland and suburbs are covered
by a brbjht staff of reporters, and
editorial, drouiatta, society and
special writers. Saturday's edi
tion consists of1 20 td 23 pases, and
has colored comlo pases, as well as
a department for children, colored
fashion pas, an interesting aerial
story and other, attractlya features
In addltlofl to all tho news of the
day. l c
Subscription Kataa: Oie mouth,
60 cenU; three months, $1.36; bIx
months 42.60 ; twelve Ltonths, 1)6,
98aut)ie cojpmanefte?. o
Wo bon't Have 'I!m Here.
litRht .liittlcsiiakcs in one torcr
noon is n Wctty good recoAl, but
Hint is the number that lTrln
j Hciucck and ake Potcrson killed
I one day last wt'ek while haying for
Mrs. Andrew Vibbert about iix
' miles north of Madras. The larg
! est of the rattlers had 1 1 rattles and
a button to its credit. Hciucck,
who was pitching the hay onto the
load, killed all of the snakes, which
he found under the shocks of hay.
They have killed n number of oth
er rattlcMiakcs on the plain's during
harvest, but this is the best day's
business so far reported in that line,
RattUsuokes are found along the
Deschutes as far south as Crooked
river, but bejond that they are only
found rarely. In 'this immediate
locality they seem to be unusually
plentiful this yeon Pioneer.
Ypu wmit the iifv,? Then rend The
It-gives' tne uews all of if.
First National Bank
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
Bend Young Lady Married
REV. J. CanORQfe (OFFICIATED
AIIsr Nola Kever Joined In Marriage to
Mr. U. II. Williams of Hugene
A Reception Tendered.
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Last Sunday evening, ptomptly
?t 8 o'clock, occurred the marriage
of Miss Nola M. Kcvcr, of Bend,
to Mr,, B. E. Williams of Kngetie,
the ccremouy being solemnized by
the Rev,, J. C. George before a
large n limber of friends, in the
Immediately ,at the close of the
regular Christian Endeavor services,
Mrs. N. P. Weider pleasingly sang,
"O, Promise Me," during the retWj
dering of which the bridal partv
entered the church, the groom and
Rev. George preceding, followed
presently by the bride, who was
led to the altar by her father, Mr.
John L. Kcvcr. Rev. George then
pronounced the words that united
the lives of these two young peo
ple, the ring ceremony being used.
. The bride wore a dress 01 white
silk, with orange blossoms in her
hair, and carried a bouquet of white
carnations. The groom wore the
Friends of the bride had decorat
ed the altar and pulpit very pretti
ly with juniper boughs and large
bouquets of native flowers. A wed
ding bell, covered with sweet peas,
was suspended within the recess at
the rear of the pulpit. The decor
ations were very pretty and added
much to the itnprc3sivcncss of the
occasion ' '
Follow:ng the ceremony a recep
tion was tendered to the newly
wedded couple a the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Brown, where the
bride haa been staying, the guests
betnc the active members of the
Christian Endeavor society, in
which organization Miss Kever has
been a faithful worker. Here Mrs.
II. C. Ellis and Miss Marion Wicst
sang a pretty duet, Mrs. Weider
again favored those present with
vocal and instrumental selections,
and Miss Iva West played a violin
solo. Dainty refreshments were
served, and the evening passed
The courtship of these two young
people, which was so happily ended
last Sunday evening, had quite a
touch of romance in its inception.
Last summer Mr. Kever and Miss
Nola went to Eugene for a short
stay and wh'le there Mr. Kever be
came quite ill, during which time
his daughter carefully nursed him
back to health. At the same time,
Mr. Williams' father was also ill in
the same hotel and during his fre
quent visits to the bedside of his
sick father, Mr. Williams met Miss
Kever, which acquaintance soon
ripened into more than friendship.
Miss Kever has been a popular
member of Bend's social circles, a
hard woiker in the church and
Christian Endeavor society, and
numbers many frjends among Bend
people. These w:ll regret her de
parture, but heartily extend their
best wishes for her future happi
udis and welfare. The groom is
connected with his father in the
operation of a sawmill near Eugene,
is a prothising young man and one
universally respected in his home
Mr. and Mrs, Williams left Mon
day for Portland, from which place
they willgp'toNcU'port for a short
stay and w'itl'tueu g6 to Southern
CaliforniA'tb' spemrthfc winter.
The Christian Endeavor society
presVnteu the bride with a very
pretty Candelabrum and some table
Vl Kind Words.
'Miss Ethel Chapjhati, accompan
ied by her father, wava In town this
Wieir trqn irenu,. ivnss jnapaiau
j3 the Crook county cati&idate of
the Pacific Northwest for a trip to
the Jamestown Exhibition liekt
vear. The vounc ladv is inter
viewing our people in,, the interest
of tier publication and from the
success she is meeting with will
without doubt be one ol the thirty
three youilg ladies that will adver
tise Oregon at the Jamestown Ex
rmiton. From here she goes to
Forest, then to Redmond, Clitic
Falls, Sisters, Tumalo, Laidlaw
and Bend. Wc bespeak for her a
kindly reception from the people.
Crook County Journal.
BRUIN VISITS Bid PLAIN.
Large Hrown Bear Killed by Ranchers
A big brown bear weighing prob
ably 300 pounds was killed on
Agency Plains last Sunday by
Charles Dillon and Alfred Parkey,
who shot him with a 22-calibre
rifle. While big game hunters are
scouring the mountains in the up
Icr Deschutes and around the berry
patches on the Santiam and Mc
Kctizic Rivers, two lucky ranchers
on the plains can tell a story of big
game hunting here at home, which
wijl doubtless discount any stories
of the chase that may be brought
home from the mountains.
At Alfred Parkey's , liomcstcad
last Sunday, Charles Dillon and
Parkey noticed a large animal
crossing the Parkey field with a
lumbering gait, and the animal
was soon identified by them as a
bear. They only had a small cali
bre rifle in the house, but mounting
their horses they garc chase, and
tiding around bruin, shot him with
n 22-rifle and killed him. He was
u monster brown bear, weighing
possibly 300 pounds or more, and
when he stood on his hind legs he
was as tall as a man.
Agency Plains is a populous
farming community, and that bruin
should venture to cross it as he
would his native wilds was, in the
opinion of the ranchers, justly
punished by -death. -This is prob
ably, the-first bear that has crossed
the plains in a. quarter of a century
or longer- His presence there can
only be explained by the suppo
sition that he was driven out of his
haunts in the mountains by forest
fires, and seeking new stamping
grounds, crossed the Deschutes and
climbed the high rimrocks to the
plains above Madras Pioneer.
Catholic Ladles Organize Society.
The ladies of the Catholic church'
of Bend met with Mrs. Hugh
O'Kane in the parlors of the Hotej
Beud last Wednesday afternoon
aud organized a society the Catho
lic Ladies' Altar Society. Here
after they will meet every two
weeks on Wednesday afternoon at
the homes of the various members.
They chose officers as follows. Mrs
Hugh O'Kane, president; Mrs:
John Ryan, vice-president; MrsT
Charles D. Rowe, secretary; Mrs.
H. J. P. McDonald, treasurer. At
the next meeting, which will be
held at the home of Mrs. Rowe on
Wednesday, Sept. 19, all the
Catholic ladies of the parish are re
quested to be present as there is
much sewing to be doue and the co
operation of nil is needed to make
the society a success.
THE PREMIUM LIST
Many Prizes Will Be Given
at Redmond Fair.
PROMISES TO BE A SUCCESS
People Are Planning to Put on Display
Numerous Exhibits of Stock, Veg
etables and Fancy Work.
Interest in the Redmond fair; is
growing as the time appointed .for
holding it draws near Sept. 20-22.
People are preparing many exhibits
and all parts of the county will un
doubtedly be well represented in the
exhibit halls and stock stalls. The
premium lists arc being distributed
and u perusal of its contents shows
that many premiums of no small
amounts will be awarded to the
winners, covering many classes of
exhibits. These range from the
finest horse down to the biggest
pumpkin and best onion, from the
finest baby dress to the prettiest
baby (nine to 18 months old, $4.00).
The grounds arc being put in read
iness for the big time, preparations
are being made to take care of the
crowds, and everything promises A
very successful fair.
The premiums offered are as follows:
CLAM A IIO8B.
lis 00 J- jo
Last Tue&lay evening at S
o'clock Mr. Lou Reed and Miss
Bessie Tuck were united in marriage
at Redmond, the ceremony being
performed at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Via O Connor. The young
touple will 'bsgin housekeeping at
oncem one of the C. M. Kedheld
The following is a list of letters
remaining uncalled-for in the Bend
postoflice September 1. 19.06:
Cotlleb, George Still, H. 1).
Moore, 11, C. Wilson, Henry
Kirk, Mary If. Vilon, Gruver
PeWfJis calffng for these letters
will please say they are advertised.
A. H. Gkant, Postmaster.
Hood River Stawberry Plants for Salo
The Clark Seedling variety that
has made Hood River famous; 5p
a hundred, S5 a thousand. Wei
rooted nlants. . WVJ.ux X
85.28 L. D. Wlbv, Bend, Or.
Ik.t mart, year or OTer, for farm
IIH . . ..... . I
lint (gelding, a years or ortr, for
Iic.t colt under i year - .
Ikrt cow, any breed ... .
l)rt calf, under I year............
BH tteer, any breed ......,
CUM C SWISfB.
Dot boar, t year or over-.........
Ilest boar, under I ycar..
Bet or , one year or orer .
Ilcst aoir. Btid-r i rear .
lfe.t cow, with titter of pica not leaa
titan inree . -. -.. . .. -
Beat ram, - years or over, any breed
Beit ewe, ; yeara or orer, any breed
CLAM B rOOLTEV.
The following definitions wiU be UMtl. Fowl,
any bird batched prior to 1A chick, a bird
hatched during 1906; cock, a male bird hatched
prior to 1000. cockerel, a male mm natcnea uur
ptiltet, a female bird batched durin
loot, hu a temale bird hatched prior to 1006
t. a female bird hatched durin land. nen.
one male and four female, all of which rauM be
fowl, or chicks.
KEtr tvrr ori!aTo?..
lien .... -
Dickers! . ...... ... .. .. ....
ltn foVtimL... T' " H!.".
l'eu chicks .. ..-. ..... - .
BMT BLACK LANCWUN.
Cockerel.... ......... ... .. ..........
Pullet . . ..
fen fowl .
I'cnchkk... ......... ......
BUbT rLIOl"TH BOCKS.
Cock 1 co
lira ... ......... . ...... 1 00
CKXttcl..... . . .. ..... 1 00
IMlet I ea
I'm fowls . ....... jo
I'eti chicks . . ...... 1 30
Diwr (Itimt LMIHOK.tS.
Cock. .... . ...... 1 00
lien . .... . 1 00
Cockerel ........ . 1 00
Pullet . ...... .. . .. .... ... 1 00
rHiu ftiwh. , . . 130
few chick ..... ...... 1 jo
HT WHITE LKUHOKMI.
Cock ... . 1 eo
Ueckarc) .. 1 00
MM. I a
Pen fttwts 1 jo
Pew ejilfks ...HM. .. ... ..... 1 50
llert ond largtst dUpiay 13 04 7 jo
Hot osk 1 30
Uet hen t jo
CLAhn P HAKM rHODVOM.
tt 1. Threshed Cratus.
Iktt out-half bushel winter wheat ..- a o
Ht ooe-half bushel spring wheat ... iw
Hctt oue-half bushel oats s 00
lltt jk white Itaii ... ion
H.t peck peas 1 oa
lint peck corn 1 00
Lot 1. Stalk Dtsptay.
T cite largest and tallest stalks of
corn . 1 00 1 '
Hot ili.play of wheat In sulk .... in u..
lit.t diiUy of oats In stalk 200 i
llest collrctlou of grasses, net less
iiuumc varieties. 30a a ou
Lot 3. Sheaf Display,
Largest allaiu plant with root ......... j 00
llctt sheaf otrje ... j 00
llest sheaf of hurley .300
llest sheaf of wheat 3 oa
llest sheaf of oats 3 00
llest exhibit ol alfalfo. .. . j 00
llest exhibit of cloer . ,m.er.... j ou
llest exhibit ortlmothy... 300
llest exhibit of etch 300
Oest exhibit of ficUlpcat. .. , 3 iu
Lot 4. Vegetables.
Largest pumpkin , . 1 00
Largest wiuasn . . 1 00
largest watermelou. 1 w
Lnrgest potato 1 co
largest cabbage 1 00
Largest onion . 1 00
Largest sugar ueet 1 00
Hcst half bushel potatoes a 00
llest half bushels oulous a 00
llest six beets 1 no
beets. a oo
. . t w
UcsLjilxcaulltlowers a oo
EcjtUlx parsnips. .. . ,. ,.. 00
llest six turulps ...7. a 00
iicbi six uceis
Vest fix sugar beet
I lent Hi x cabbages
test six carrots
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