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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1906)
A I'ootl drink, Pencil .Murine, nt
Oniht'H, (jo. 35tf
0. It. Caldwell or Ko.iliiiid was a
Hend ctiller Tiiemlny.
J. 8. Smith of Prineville wan a
llond visitor last I'riduy.
Ur. 1. U. rtcoflll went to Lnlil
law TuuMlay 10 attond toprufawilon
A. II. Schroctlcr and V. K
Hurlou of Silver Luke te;iNtrel at
thu Motet Hend lust Tiiemlny.
'A. T. Gideon' homestead cabin
In 17-11 wh wrecked liy a falling
true during the wind ntornt last
Ur. Hcolleld httn nil announce
ment in thin iiHtiu tliat should in
tcrutft you. Hend it in auotlici
Mi Utile Kobison expects to
leave llond In a nhort timu Tor Aso
till, Wash., where he will probably
J. M. Lawrence arrived in Hend
Tuesday evening mid will bu here
the reniaiiiiler of the week, nttend
Iiik to both biifdneft and pleasure.
Albert Senleantid son Emery were
in Itend the first of the week. They
were on thuir wy to Silver Lake
lo make f.iml proofs on timber
J. Frnnk Stroud and wife were
in Ihmil the nrit of the week on
thuir way to Silver Lk where
Mm. Stroud will make final proof
on a timber claim.
The ImihI boy liHve recently re
cetved six new' selection and art
now prnctichiff on them every even
ing. Tlieie will be music Kitlme hi
that niHHiierMite bull.
Are )tiu a hooater? If you are,
wend your friumU some of thoK
souvenir poliil card of Mend's new
School lioufre Mild fchow the outside
world what we can do hero. Grant
Mm. Krdmaii, itrcoiuxtuied by
her daughter, Mr. II. P. J. Mc
Donald, left Inst Saturday morning
for Silver Lake where Mrs. lird
man went to make final proof on a
The Aid Societv of the Method
1st Kpiscopni church will meet with
Mrs. S. C. Caldwell next Tuesday
afternoon nt 2 o'clock. A biisincsi
mooting. All members are request
ed to be present.
If you arc loniuir your Imir try a
Iwttle of Thorp's Herb Nourish '
me-ut. ' It is guaranteed to sto
lalllnk' hair, remove dandruff, nnd
produce a new growth of hair.
For sale by w. . Mclioi. jolt
Dr. M. V. Turlev, who has Iweii
living on his ranch near Sisters,
has rented an office in the Triplctt
building on Wall street and will
move to Hend and practice his pro
fesiiioii. He will occupy the office
about December i.
The Iltillciiu was in error Inst
week when it staled that V. J.
McGlllvray would play the violin
nt the band boys dance Thanks
giving eve. G. T. Callihau, anoth
er resident in the Arnold ditch dis
trict, is the gentleman who will
play that Instrument nt that time.
Saturday night Hend was visited
with the first miow of the season,
about two inches falling. Monday
night there was another fall of
nbout nu inch and this was niiK
ineutcd again Tuesday evening.
The sun, however, is too wnrm for
the snow nnd it is rapidly disappear
ing. Frnnk liuttcrworth is putting
(.helving in the building formerly
occupied by Dr. Merrill as n drug
store, and as soon as the work is
finished the doctor will move his
stock of ladies' and gents' furnish
lugs, tinware, crockery, etc. from
the Chapman store into his own
There were 14 sacks of tnnil de
livered nt Hend late Tuesday night,
and it took Postmaster Grant until
after 1 o'clock a. in. to get it dis
tributed. Monday's mail had missed
connections nt Prineville with the
Priiievillc-Heiul-Silver Lake tinge
and consequently the mail Tuesday
night was a "double-Lender. "
During the past week, Chnrles
Cotter received notification from
Washington, D. C, Hint patent to
his homestead would be issued in a
few dnys. The patent has been
held up for two yenrs pending in
vestlgntiou nntl it is gratifying to
many to learn Hint n decision lias
been rendered in favor of Mr. Cot
ter, The townsitu of Lytic is situ
ated oh this land.
It is reported that there b 14
inches of snow nt Rowland.
Have you tried Grant's Pencil
Murine, 5c? If not, try it 35tf
Dr. I. L. Sco field is nlanninir on
building a residence for his own
use early in the spring.
Nicliol lias a new ad. in tills issue
telling all about his Christmas pre
sents for old and young. Read it.
Tlios. Ryan is in Portland on 11
business trip. Later he will go to
Nevada to look over sections of tl'at
C. II. Krickson ami wile, who
were in Hend several days the first
of the week, returned to their Hear
Creek much yesterday.
According to Olwerver Grant's
measurements, two inches of snow
fell on the 17th, 1 inches on the
jolh, nnd one inch on the 21.
Miss Lizn Woods, who has been
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Drnke for several
weeks, returned to her home at
The crew working on the extcti
NJou of the Deschutes Telephone
Couimuy'H lines lias got the line
stretched as fnr as C. II. Allen's
place at The Meadows.
On account nf the masquerade
hall next Wednesday evening there
Mill be 110 dance given by the bund
bov this Saturday evening the
regular night for their bi-weekly
D. McMillan and wife loft Ueud
Inst Friday nnd will make their fu
ture home in Nevadn. Mrs. Mc
Millan is now visiting at Eugene
and later will proceed to thuir Ne
Mi Anna Steele returned Tues
day from a stay of several days on
her homestead near Sisters. The
visit to the homestead was made
with the expectation of completing
arrangement! for the building of n
cabin on the place.
Mr. and Mrs. William Staats and
Mr. and Mrs J. N. Hunter returned
Tuesday noon from u two weeks'
business niifl pleasure trip to Port
laud. When they went to Portland
they were accompanied by bylves
ter and Prince Staats, who arc now
attending' the Holmes Husiticss
College in that city.
Cents on the Dollar
Beginning on December 1, 1906, nnd continuing
tp January 1, 1907, J will do all
Dental Work for Just Half Price
or for 50c on the Dollar,
It t-hould be distinctly understood that wotk
done f r this price will be as good ns the best
no cheap work or cheap material. My regular
charges will be resumed after January 1,
Ol'I'ICI! IN HIWmi'.NCI! ON
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD.
!. G. Allen was in Hend Thurs
day from his ranch east of town
Felix Liuster is building a fine
large residence on lots near the Lin
ger mill. It will measure 18x42
feet with 18 foot posts and when
completed will contain many of the
modern improvements Mr. Liu
ster is rushing work 011 it with all
possible sjwed ns he will be forced
to vacate the house he now occupies
in two weeks.
Winter Range Will He Poor.
James Rice of Hnycrcck was n
visitor in Madras last Saturday. He
says that the winter sheep range
throughout the county is in worse
condition than he has known it
since his ncqunintaucc with the
country !cgnn, and that sheepmen
arc going to require considerable
quantities of hay in order to get
through the winter. Owing to the
long and continued drouth no grass
lias sprouted on the range, and
even the grass roots are cut out by
the sharp hoofs of the sheep, on the
dry nnd parched hills Mr. Rice
left Sunday for Sumptcr, to be pre
sent at the appointment ot the Blue
Mountain Reserve tor next sum
mer's pasturage. Pioneer.
TiTe Central Ore
gon Banking (Sh
MnmNHmii 1 1 hi 1 uji wHmmnHMvnMMfjm
Having purchased the Chapman stock o(i dry
goods, etc., the same will be sold at p.reatly
reduced prices. This stock must be sold atonce
to make room for a fine line of winter gc,ods.
We have some fine bargains in
Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Men's F oTushmgs,
Crockery Tinware, Etc., Etc .
...THE MERRILL COMPANY
- j up,, n
IT : A
PILOT BUTTFj INN
A. C. LUCAS, Propriety
Tables supplied with all the delicaqtijs of the season
First-class Equipment . .Vine Rooms and Beds
All stages stop at the hotel door
Transacts a General Hank
Acts as Administrator, Iix
ccutor or Trustee of Estates
Issues Drafts and Bank
Money Orders on all Foreign
Interest on Time Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes.
A. M. Drake, A. I.. Goodwillle,
Provident. Vice Pre.
J. M. Lawrence, Secretary.
V. 0. JHnor, Cavhicr.
BUND, - . ORKG0N'
Santa Claus Time Is Here
01' ALL the glad days of the year Christmas should be one of the
merriest. Old Doc (St.) Nicholfas) is putting in over-time prcpar
for the glad event. Arc you making yoik preparations? Nicliol can
help you. He has n large and flue assortment of holiday goods from which
to make your selections for Christmas gifts gifts that will make the little
chap shout with delight; gifts that will bring n laughing sparkle to the lit
tle lassie's eyes; gilts for big and little, young and old. Following arc a
few of the many he has:
For the Little Folks
Iloriin, nil kind
.St 11 (Ted Animals
Doiulnous, Checker, nil Kinds of Gninu
FoP the Older Ones
i'hoto nnd Glove lloxos
I.adlos' Work Basket Assortment
l'ancy Toilet Article
, Vnic Imported ,
'' ' Picture, Medallions
Solid Gold and Gold Pilled Watclios
Jewelry of All Kink
Xmas Treo Decorations, Candles and Holders, Xmas Tree Mats, Xmas Bells
Finest Assortment of Xmas Candies and Nuts in. Town of Bend Old Fashioned
Black Walnuts and Hickory Nats
Orangco and Cranberries - Cigars - Drugs & Druggist's Sundries
Sold nt the Lowest Cash Price. Delivered to Any Part of Town.
PROSCRIPTIONS Filled by nil Kxpcrieuced
nnd Uegistered Pharihacist
W. S. NICHOL
Z. F. MOODY
Commission and forwarding
SMANIKO, - ORECJON
Large, Commodious Warehouse. Cousignments Solicited
Prompt attcntlo a paid to those who
favor me with tl teir patronage
THROUQH FROM BEND TO SMANIKO IN ONE DAY
Leave Shaniko 6 p. m. Leave Bend 6:00 a. m.
Arrive Princville 7 a. m. Arrive Prineville 12:00 m.
Leave Prineville 12:30 p. in.
Arrive Bend 7:00 p. m.
1 p. m.
1 a. m.
FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENTS FOR TRAVELLING PUBLIC
PASSENGER AND FRKIGHT RATES REASONALE )
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
HUO.H O'KANE, Prop.
MOST CHNTRAUA' LOCATKD HOTEL IN MEND.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable" Rntes. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
Life Insurance Company
Nearly 300 SATISFIED policyholders in Crook County.
A. Y. CLOTHIER,
F. O. MINOR,
Did You Ever Stop and Think
That there is more news in The Bul
letin than in any other paper in.