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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1906)
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Reiiiomlxjr tlic lmiul Ikjv.h' dance
It, C. Piitk of Redmond wits n
luirtinuiw culler in Henri ycsterriiiy.
Mm. W. A. Dnlert Iiiin been vlnlt
itiK recently al the mrntul Iioiiil'
Strong young mint wiuitw work
on much. Apply to lUv McGu.i.
vk.vy, Ilcnd, Oregon. jitf
Chief Kngium Wr-ggoner of Hi
Oregon Short Line vm in Mend
(hi; first of the week.
The Catholic I,lim Altnr society
Nvlll meet with Mm. Georgu Hro
teiliotis next WerinetHlny afternoon.
MtA. R. J. McCnnii whs down
from Iter hometteml in ig-12 to
nwnd Sniidiiy in Ikenri, returning
C. M. Weynionth mid Klnw
'NiyOiiRr were in thu Sllvur I.nku
country the first of thu weak look
itiK for tlmlxtr clniniM. ,
J. K. Kollock, 11 prominent at
torney of Portland,, win. in Ilcnd
from .Saturday to Tuunday on l)iii
11 eiw umtter;.
Nick Smith Iim moved with lii
fnniily and IioukcIioIiI good onto
their homcMtend on thu river several
"inileii south of Bend.
Colonel VmIc. Koverntncntiuspec
tor of tiiNil rotittM, whk in Ilcnd
, Sunday iittotiriitiK to matters con
nccteri with his position.
On account of the hand boy'
tinned, the moving picture concert
Iim postponed its (Utc until next
Vttrine.M.uy evening, Oct. 31.
The Henri Social Club were very
well pleased with the rtwult.s of the
jiiovinc picture Dhow hut week.
Thuy cliwiwl ftomctliing like $12.
All bills due utc and not paid by
TS'oveinlrcr 1 will lx placed in the
hands of an attorney for collection,
with cotits added. C. A. Chapman.
A number of Ilcnd people have
Wen in attendance at court in
Wimvillc thi week, both a.s wit
hcKio ntid priuciiMils in different
A large barn is being built oil
the Ilaldwiu ranch cast of town,
measuriiiK 36x80 fst, with 18 foot
pouts, Later n larga house will
uo c built.
V. K. Cuirlii, Sr., of New York
and 0. II. Hnswull, Jr., of Seattle
. arrived In Hend Tuesday to look
after tholr ranch interests ncitr
- llend. They lelt Tliunnlny morn-
'Ji. M. Drown, a wealthy cattle
uiau of the Klamath country,
him1 throtigl llend Wednesday
pit his way to Prineville. Mr.
. Drown was. formerly 0 resident of
. Croeri Tripktt, II. J. P. McDou-
Jjild, Mrs. Itrdmau and Miss" Umiiia
Krduiau were at Silver I.aku the
The Central Ore
Trnnsnctft 11 (leneral Hniik
Acts ns Admlnlstrntor, lix
ecutor or Trustee of listntes
Issues Drafts diul Hank
Money Orders 011 nil Foreign
) Interest on Time Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes,
A. M. Drake, A. I,. Gooilwlllle,
l'ronlilcnt. Vire I'ron.
J. M. Lawrence, Secretary.
' If. 0. Minor, Cashier.
first di the week nttcmliiiK to iim
her matters. Mr. Triplett and Miss
Hriliitau made final proof on timber
If you arc losing your hair try a
bottle of Thorp's Herb Nourish
muni. It is guiirantcud to stop
lulling hair, remove dandruff, and
produce h new growth of lmir.
l'or side by V. S. Nichol. jotf
C. II. McNie. who Iihn Ixhsii buy
iiiX limber for the Sciiiiloii'Gintou
Lumber coiupnuy hercnliouU dur
ing the summer, linn returned to
Minnesota to reimiin duritiK the
winter. lie will return to Dend in
the spring. ,
W. II. Wilson will start for
Shnnlko in a few days with Mrs.
Wilton, who will go to Portland
for nu extended stay. Mrs. P. O.
Minor, who Jims been in Portland
for several weekn, will return to
Item! from Shauiko with Mr. Wil
On account of the change of time
in the Tuiualo mail stage, it is now
iieccMNiry for The Dulletiii to go to
pretw not later than 9:30 Priday
morning. Consequently all notices,
news items, etc. should be in this
office not later than Thursday after
noon. K'ev. J. C. George of I.nidlaw,
will conduct the Christian Kudeavor
meeting next Sunday evening.
Subject: "Livingstone, and Missions
to Africans, in the Dark Continent
and in America." Text, Is. 68:
i-35. There will be preaching
mtrvires following this meeting.
The Dend Sccin.1 Club promise
the M.'oplu of the town another in
tcrcMtiug entertainment Wednesday
evening, Oct. 31, when Dr. C. 15.
McCnfferty will shown large variety
ol moving pictured, using an Ivdisou
projectoscopc. One of the features
advertised is the Passion Play of
Oberammurgau. Admission 25
and 50 cents.
The first of November Ihe D. I.
& P. will put on a force ol men to
clean and repair their canals. Silt,
rubbish, etc. that has accumulated
during the summer will be removed
and all leaks plugged up. When
this work is finished, the crew will
probably be used in building later
als under both the Pilot Duttc and
Central Oregon canals.
The train on which Mr. and Mrs.
John Trisler come West Was held
up by train robbers last week not
far from Ogdcn. The robbers did
not get much booty, however, and
did. not molest the passengers. Mr.
and Mrs. Trisler arc the parents of
Mrs. 15. C. Park of Redmond and
will s-pcud the winter with their.
daughter in Oregon.
Tom Sharp and Harry Corbet t,
who with Jim Overturf and "Dill"
Drock hnd been hunting bear in
the up-river country for the past 10
days, returned to Duud Wednesday
nfter tagging two black bears. Mr.
Corbett said they got track of a
huge bear, "the father of all bears"
as he called It. probably the famous
old grizzly, ami followed it (or
some time but was finally forced to
give it up. Messrs. Ovurturfaud
llrock are itill enjoying the sports
of the chase.
A large hunting party left Dend
Monday morning for a bear hunt
in the up-river country. It was
composed of Mr. and Mrs. A, M.
Drake, Dr. U. C. Coe, A. I.. Good
willie, Attorney C. S. Wood of
Portland and (laughter Liza rind
Miss Catherine Hums. Charley
Cotter went as cook and W. P.
Vandcvert as guide. Thursday
Attorney Wood returned to Dend
on his way to Portland, having been
summoned home by a telegram. C.
15. Harney drove up and brought
Mr. Wood back to Dend. The rest
of the party will hunt several days
There' is a great scarcity of labbr
in tile 'Dend-, country. Unncliers
busy and the saw mills have diffi
culty to keep a crew large enough
to keep the mills running. Many
buildings arc being erected in the
surrounding country and every day
several loads of Ittmbcr ure hauled
from the Duud mills. Similar re
porlt conic from the Ilightowerfe
Smith, the Dorrnuce and the Sis
ters Haw mills, all rcortiiig a large
wile of lumber. Many acres of laud
are being cleared and prepared lor
next year' crop. This is all devel
opment work, and no man need be
Much land in being sold by the
I). I. & P. company this fall. Yes
terday Prank GlasM was in Dend
with C. C. Close of Grangevillc, N.
I)., and J. S. Smith of Coeur d'
Aleue, Idaho. These gentlemen
bought laud a few miles east ot
Dend and will move onto their new
DosscMNious at once. Mr. Glass
also stated that Dr. Kllis and
brother of Keardon, Wash., had
purchased the old Glen Ilcudrick
sou ranch northeast of Dend and
would move onto the ranch next
month. Young Dros. of Coulee
City, Wash,, had purchased laud
near the Hendrickson rancland
will settle on it next winter or in
Hon. 15. D. King of Sandusky,
Ohio, arrived in Bend Monday.
Judge King is interested in the
Deschutes Telephone company and
came to attend to business matters.
The judge and W. 15. Gucriti, Jr.,
were formerly law partners in the
liast. Mr. Kiug is a father of Clif
ford King an engineer formerly in
the employ of the D. I. & P. com
pany at Dend and who is now em
ployed by the government on its
Minidoka project in Idaho. While
coming West, Judge King visited
the lands tinder this project and he
is also well acquainted with the
West in general. He states that
in his opinion the Dend country
has more opportunities and bt Iter
prospects for a bright future than
any other section of the West. He
left Thursday morning to return to
Card of Thanks,
I dcfllre to cxprem my siucote Ulnk
to tliiMc ftlcmU vlio, by their yniMthy,
kind ttonW and ilctsU. IicI'hmI o mater
ially to lighten the iturrowfut liurclen
eauted tiy the death anil luiriiU of my
liuUml. I alto ntn vtry tlwtikfut to
the Hieititwr of the Woodmen of the
WorM lixlfje fur their kind nrtiaUntc at
the funeral. Mx. Okokc.M K.MttR.
Black Langsiian Cockerels
Your Choice Now for1 75 Cents.
IS. C. PARK
RltDMONI), - - OKKRON
My fowl took seven fiwU ami llircc
frectiiiiU at the fair
Having purchased the Chapman stock of dry
goods, etc, the same will be sold at greatly
reduced prices. This stock must be sold at once
I to make room for a fine
We havti Sonic fine bargains in
Dry Goods SKoes, Ladies' and Men's burnishings,
Crockery, Tinware, Etc., Etc.
Hotel B end
flUQH O'KANH, Prop.
, MOST Cl'TMA' I.OCATHI) HOTlU. IN lltjNI).
SAMPLv!lOOM IN CONFJECtfON. j
New House, New Furniture, Reosoimble'lialea. Good Rooms
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Nyssrt, in Malheur county, has a
bachelors' club, organized for the
purpose of reducing the number of
bachelors in that town and increas
ing the number of marriage licences
issued. Knch member of the organ
ization is pledged under heavy
penalty to marry within a given
lime. 1 he young ladies of Nyssa
are said to be greatly interested in
the movement, and look upon it
with found expectations and in
anticipation ol blushing results.
Prlncvlllc's New Church.
The M. 15. church people have
bought the C. Sam Smith residence
tiroperty near the court house, says
the Journal. The house will be
moved back and used for a parson
age. Whether a new church build
ing will be started this fall or not
will deieud upon how subscriptions
come in. At the present rate the
church will go up. The amount?
subscribed has pased the $1,200
mark. Our Methodist friends arc
much pleased at the substantial
manner in which their appeal fori
aid has been met.
Hood River Strawberry Plants for Sale
The Clark Seedling variety that
has made Hood River famous; 75c
a hundred, $5 a thousand. Well
25-32 I.. D. WntfiT, Dend, Or.
Chickens for Sale.
I have for sale some pure-bred
Darrcd Plymouth Rock hens; also
some spring chickens, fine for table
use. Can deliver at Dend if de
sired. Mks. C. D. Ai.utN,
27tf Dend, Oregon.
First National Bank
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
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PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all the delicacies of the season
First-class Itquipinont Pine Rooms and Dcds
All stages stop at the hotel door
SI1ANIKO, - OREOON "".
Large, Commodious Wnrehouss. Consigomenls Solicited
Prompt nttpntlon pld to those who
favor me with their patronage
THROUGH FROM BEND
Leave Shaniko 6 p. m.
Arrive Prineville 7 a. m.
Leave Prineville 12:30 p. m.
'vitivc xenu 7:00 p. in.
L PASSENGER AND FREIGHT. RATES REASONALE , .
1 m My 11 11 m MSZflT? -1"-
Bend Livery &
W. J. ROBISO, Proprietor.
'LlVRV, and FEED STABLfe
Horses Boahded by the Day, WvHk or Month c
First-Class Lfvery Rfes for faint. ' Thone Ko. 15
8-mdftrect, between Mlnncaots aad Orrson,
General Blcxksmithing and Wagon Repik-ihg
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
JC"" Our shop is-locatcd
MEAT MARKET ;
UAI.I. STKKirr, Opposite D. M. Co. , j
THE fiinest stock of FRESH
MEATS in Crook County.
Cured Meats and Lard and all
the Accessories of a First-Class
Market. Everything: new and
of the best. WHITE & HILL.
No matter how blir thfc bird, no
awlft ita flight-, you tan bring It to bog with a long, strong, I
strait-lit nhootim Wlnchdster Reneatlntr Shoteun. Kcaulta are what '
count. They always -give tfo
shooting, and are sol" within
FREE l Siai mm ami adJrttt Jn a
-irTYT lii.i 1
TO SMANIKO IN ONE DAY
'QTAfiP TTMR I
Leave Bend 6:00 a. in.
Arrive Prineville 12:00 m.
Leave Prineville x.p. tn.
I .rurivc onaujKo
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10R TRAVELLING PUBLICi
opposite Baptist Church.
tnctter how heavy its plumatro or
best results In field, fowl or trap
reach of everybody's pocketbook. '
fOiM - carJ tor our Urft tlluitrattj tatthtu.
arc iookiuq tor men, carpenters arc