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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1907)
Jmne IKmiIiniii wiis 11 ImimIiiciih
culler in lk'iitl yt'Htviiliiy.
l'rmik I)ift Ik building h lioude
l.xj(Heut (in hid plttc north 01
0. M. Cornell arrived in llend
IlINt eVfllllltf to lltteifll (o limine
Or. Turley Iin Imtl a Iwrn uxaar
fun Imllt in the rear of tli John
Air. Htul Mm. J I'rnnk Sttoud
nrc now located in 1'oiIIhikI ill icvjj
AtiKiist Dreyft w in IriiKi hin
liomntcHii on the Tiniiello Moti
tliiv hi a witiitfM in the lliixltnan'
Mm. V. II. Svllcm expect her
sinter, MIk Agiiii William of
Chicwu l'IU, Win., to reach
Henri Sunday lur h vinit liere.
The tNR driver from I'rineville
rHtrteil that the liuKett loud of
inuil ever hutiled into I'riiieville hv
one Hn reached tlmt place Wed
nesday. Mclalliu'x CMiup WMi moved
hack to Redmond lt Tuesday
Thi crew hnri liecn tiiiililinx latet
ills and other count met ion work in
the i'owell Hullc region.
The Review My tlmt the
totie hotel Ht I'rmevilie whs de
tin' I'lU llntte ciiti.il near If. C.
JCIIin' ditch hind.
"Dml" Went did n vury com
iiiemlMhle piece of work yeaterday
when he united cleat on the tip
ptoache to the eroMwalk where
llie approiiclir 'ire Mlantiug. It
will prohably prevent many n full
rinrhiK tills Mli)ery condition
of the Nldewulk
dated completed h vvk xu hiMt
tttuulay mid lreakfftl wan Mirved
lor the fiml time therein on tUnt
There will lie n joint lintnllatiou
of iilliirm of the Modern Woodmen
Htul Uovnl Neighbor Iodic at their
hull next Tuesday evening, to
which the public it cordially in
vited. After the Iint.tll.ition h
lunch will be nerved and then thnte
who desire can end the evening's
pleasure with a danc? r.vcryonc
Curl I'mtcr met with h painful
accident Wednesday while cndeiiv-otliiK-to
CHtch u horx ii the Duld
win riincli. The homo he was rid
itlK mil Into u tide of rocks, fell
hiiiI threw I'oster onto the rocks
His bend wiik cut up quite fondly
utid several teeth knorked out He
was brought to town nnd Ur. Coe
drced the wounds.
The wife mid sow of Dr A. A
lliirri nnived lust Snturdnv, and
have taken up their residence at
the hoincnteuri cast of town. The
sou, Victor llurris, has hevti attend
iiiK Pacific University. Dr. Hurri
who is nit Oleoptli, expects to
new open up an office hi Madras at
t once, aim win practice iim prole-
I sion here. I'ioueer
f Tlure will be .service Ht tile
j lUptwt church on Tuediiy evening
Ht 7 V. m The Uev. WhIioii Skin
To the I'eopic of Itetnl: I hvei worth, presiding elder of this riiv
tented the Triplet! bartwrahop Htid trlct. will preHch. after which he
am prepared to give good, clenii ! will administer the sacrament of
service, clean towel, etc. I solicit i the Lord' Supper. Kveryliody in
insliflieof your patronage. J. C 'Invited to these services. Let its
Tiiori'. 4t-.ft I Miow the eide r that we net aotxl
U. S. Crocker returned to Wend I grtmtoi in this place.
Weiliii'Mlnv evening from Portland The new stage line la-ought in
with his bride and wilt begin it first load of pasaetiger Wedues-
housekeeping in the residence 'dav evenitiR about 7:n o'clock
built by Mr. Crocker during last
The Bulletin is notified, from
li i Wc sources. tht the 0. I. Si
ll Co. will puiH very larRO force
i men ana norscs on toe cons; ruc
tion of the lienhnm Pall canal
iriy in tnr spring.
"Nick" Weidcr received a Ictlrr
tliis wi--k from his father-in-law
t it in t; that Mrs. Welder l.ad tin-
M ronc an operation in a St. I'aitl
The stage left Shaniko about 6
o'clo.-k Thuraday eveiiinu wihh 1 1
patctteni. drove to Holler's where
the itiKht was sueut, nw starte! for
llend about 6 o'clock Wednesday
utorninK. The driver says that he
can make the trip from lkdter's in
A. C. I.ncas had the rejiaira on
the hotel completed sufficiently m
that supper was had there liut St
, tirday eveiiittK, just one week after
III fin Tl Knla.1 i lutltin mil !
i"V"W".njnuiryilniBiiBC.fi. c,afH -,-dJitoii. Minted and
M4s KutinK along nicely after the' Iec throiiKhout, and trt of it
'I"m- remodeled. The dining room
H. li. Davits writes to The presents a very neat, tasty snd
Kiillrtiu from Walla Walla. Wash , ! pretty appearance in its new pwr
viiif-hik th.il lie intends to mow ami paint and the whole .buddiuit
nt' the "desert ' lielore lonit. He I will ic better than ever after the
iscs witu "ours lor itte -ilea-
hiitm Hmpire' and 'Bend the
Rev. M. C. Wire, a
li'iuitti-r from I'orlhinrt, is
-kiu sondinK sevetal days on
lie Viuidcvvrt tanch at Iava. Rev.
Wit e was here some tun years ago
liml his health was aebeuemtel
Ikmi thnt he tct timed to reennernte
W. S. Xlcliul, S. C. Caldwell
Biti'l Arm Atttte are filling the Ice
liaise in the leu uf the Chapman
mtdiiigs with ice, which they will
I u. tu-xt .ison i he tee is of
cmkI ii'i.ilily, alwut live inches
liukiiiilH Ikiiiyr obtained from
lave Yo Joined
people front h)I over the
country are learning more
nod more from dty to day
oc.iriiiuif in tt isiciioi s is tue pntoe
lieu- )(ood t;ooils are found and
iirfltt priic-: kept on tap. 1 here s
hi vreui iKocehston ouiiiiik i lilt
store c cry week have you joined
It It not, do so at ouce-r-
Oet on the band wagon!
Go Willi the push!
It will cost you nothing. Indcqd,
ou will suvc money. He has cv
rythinir in the grocery line from
the cleanser of dirty huuds, to nil
the dainty nick uncks. spicp), etc.
hal go to make he finest co'okiug.
repairs ate finished.
llend has lieen experiencing a
touch of winter weather dtiritiK the
voune ! ',Mt week, snow haviuc fallen at
in this i difTetent times until there is now
atxint eight inches covering the
ground. The thermometer has al
so gone down somewhat. Last
week Thursday night January 3,
it tegistered Ht the low mnrk 28
above, Friday i.j abpec, Snturduv
8 above. Sunday 4 below, Monday
H above, Tuesday a below, and
Wednesday 6 liehuv.
Tlic contest case of Mirth A.
Hiuriutati va. Oliver Thorbjornsoti
is lieiuit heard this week before
Commissioner lillis and is proviut;
to Ihj one of the longest ones yet
heatd. A voluminous amount of
testimony is being taken. Thu con
test is brought nguiiiht the home
sleari eutry of Mr. Thoruhjoriunu
made in loo.f, his homestead lwinn
situated on the Tutnello. The con
testant alleged failure to reside UM)n
and culttvule the laud. Attorney
Kuqtou of Uetid appears for Mrs
Ilindnu nnd Atturuev Mvers ol
Lntdlaw for Mr. Thornhjorusou.
Dr. M. V. Turley moved into
llend this week from his place near
Sisters and has opened mi ollice in
His More in a refuge
TRY HIM? YS.
KVRRYTIHNa IN Till? DRUd
,lNu Prcscrititions filled by (in
W. S. N1CH0L
j II. C. lillis litis on exhibition at
in oiiicu n piece 01 ite iiuoih to
indies long and tH'i inches in cir
cumference that was pulled off
from a broken telephone wire 011
the Knsluiiri line. K A, Smith,
who went out to repair the line,
says that last weeic's storm plastered
a coating of ice nnd snow 011 the
entire length of the wire in the
Meadows country that will average
cloe to 22 inches in circumference.
In many places the uciejit of tlii
ice Nags the wire nearly to the
ground, hut strange to say there
were only four breaks two on the
trunk line, one near I.ava Hutte,
the other near the Dick Vaudevert
ranch and two 011 the line run
11 in K t' I'rank West's place. Mr.
Smith also reorts that every stand
ing thing, trees, jmisIs, etc., are
covered with u thick coating of
ice 011 the side facing the storm
and to one driving through the
tinilwr Miitth of 1,uvh Hutte, it rip
pears like an enchanted wonder
land. The storm of last week was
an exceptional one for this country
111 more ways than one.
llend, Madras & Slianlko Stage Com
pany Chouses Officers.
The organiitiou of the new
stage company is now completed,
with officers chosen as follows: Pres
ident, V. S Stanley? vice president,
A. M Drake; secretary and treas
urer. V. O. Minor? manager, John
II Wetland v. surx-rintendont. W.
It was necessary to order same
iwrts for the stages from the Kast.
which has caused a little delay.
These have arrived, however, and
it is exacted that the stages ate
now at Shaniko.
The company's first stajjc intc
llend reached here aliottt 7
Wednesday evening. There wen
not as many relays in ojxrntion u.
there will be, the roads were poor
and the management is confident
that when everything is in propct
running order the stage wn.
reach here regularly in time for
The Uulletiu desires to procure a
good correspondent who will airret
to send weekly news notes from
Rosland ami vicinity. Let someom
volunteer their services. We can
make it worth your time.
You ought to read The Bulletin.
It gives the NHWS
All ol it.
Strayed Prom my ranch one
roan cow four years old, and one
roan stag five years old, marked
with UiKlerliulf crop in right ear,
and crop off left, branded with shoe
on left hip. Any one knowing
their wherealKUita please notify
Clias. II. SpatiKh, I,airiluw, Ore.
You can get the New Idea Wom
an's Maga.tue verv cheap by club
bint; with The Hiillctin.
IlKfAMTMNNT Of THK INTKKIoK
V S Uh 0W, Tk Dallo. iktiua
Irctnhrr 4 1 '
A MiOWirnl cwtoa andaM hTlnB l-n i.!..
In IhU oSteT liv kr A Wilklaaun. cunirum
(I hjiimtmt vulry No 11)13, ma.lr ki.,i.
rx 1, i, lur HK KKtf. KM V. hW W Hi:.
Htc .11. Tp lH..M ij, K.W M.bjr r.cursr
achurh. coauatM. In watch 11 u llrKr.r ih..
iMOrorg W Sckafh h wholly Blwndonr.
wM tract, thnt he artuugri tit tr.irfm,.
thnrlroai for mm than mx . month 1...
PM. mt mmi lict I not rtilr.l him.
Ma cuitiniwa uy uia rly rrru
or in w, 1 lit 1 ram allrgr-l aUKc nu mt .'
to hia riiiplitymcai la the army. Nary r imnn
roriMultlie (.'nilrtl Mtlnla tunc ur ttai ku
IMrtlra arc hrrrby mSlScd to appear r. ;....
and uffer evidence lunchla aald atleiatK.n
hi o cluck a m uu January li. i? t r
II C. Kltia. a U H Commlaaioaer at lu oth.i- 1
nMd.iircini,ail that Aaal biaitag win l. '.
at io6'c'k. a in on ebrttary 1, ivuj. ! 1 n '
MrgWer aiHl Kecdeer at the l l.tn.l 1
lite liallr, itrrfPU
Tor aiil t-outt Utit luun;, In a prober m.
lit. lcl h i-lliln-r 4 iei mi forth lilil wii .
hiiw aOrr tin. ilitifrlii-e Miminal krr ur . ( !
it.lltr .111 ,i.,t hr itiMtli it t lurrh urilrrnt ,i
dlrrviitl thui Miitli iiulti- M. ivrn liy dui an
I'loiM-r miMii iliuit
I I MKIIVir. T Nur.AN kri.t.r
the Johnson budding on Wall
street, nnd will engage in the prac
tice of his profession. Dr. Turley
is a graduate of the Central College
of Physicians and Surgeons, of
Indianapolis, Ind., and also of the
College of Physicians and Surgeons
of Chicngo, III. Tie has been n
practicing physician since the
spring of 1885. Five years prior
to coming to the coast, he practiced
ids profession in Chicago but was
obliged to move west on account
of failing health,' lie hns been in
Oregon for five years, since which
time lie has been a registered
physician under the laws of this
state. Mrs. Turley will remain ou
ine (iuicc near oisieis uuiu next
spring, ill cotnpuuy with an aunt,
ENCRAVLR and ELECTnOTYPER
I rwt uu 11. p 4tixuth" onvni 101a
liTo Central Ore
Trnnsncts n (Jetiernl Hank
Acts as Administrator, fix
ecu tor or Trustee of listntcs
Issues Drnfts nnd I3rtnk
Money Orders on all Forclffn
Interest on Time Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes.
1)1 RUCT OUSt
A. M. Drake, A. h, Goodwill!,
l'raahleat. Vice 1'rea.
J. M. Iiwrence, Secretary.
I. O. Minor. Cnalifer.
Hobertlne Blvea wlwt every woman
inoat dealrea a perfect complexion
It brlna that sort, amooth, treah.
dear tint to the cheek that oonotea
youthfulnean. It will brin beauty
to thoaa who tack It; It will retain
It fur tho who already poewswi It;
It trill enable ou to aurceewfully
combat the ravage ot weather and
time. Don't doubt-Uon't argue. Juat
try Hobertlne Your tlrugglat will
give ou a free sample. All drug
ita keep Hobertlne.
mm -d$. I
Springt rxi rat
Free voundf from the
worrie and cares vhch hae
worn vour nervra. Drink of
tiie wonderful water le,vhoc
rcmailutble properties will bring ture
ttutx irom rheumatism, chronic con
Aipition. indijeibon. bdney and
bladder troubles and many nervous
disorders. This splendidly equipped
sanitarium possesses every medical
resource, 'provides every luxury of the
fineA hotel and offers all the comfort!
of the home. Located amid the
mountains where magnificent scenery,
delightful walks, and fine fishing abound
Information at ( tyutpmint. ecrom.
modallom anjrvtn e.ttrfully tupplltJ
ll SANITARIUM W,
v haincs, one.
FARMS, TIMBER LANDS
anil Town Property
nOlTGHT imtl SOr.D. Timber Claims nntl Homesteads located, sur
veyed nftd estimated.
., . , CAIX ON OR ADDRliSS .i- '
THE CROOK COUNTY REAL EStATE CO,
TgiriiiiiTi ii iri, in in it nil 1 Hi rrnrnpir r irriir t rwffiif " n ihuhiwi w..,
Having purcJiased the Chapman Stock of dry
good?, etc., the same will be sold at greatly
reduced prices. This stock must be sold at once
to mafce room for a fine line of winter goods.
We have some fine bargains in
Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Men's Furnishings,
Crockery, Tinware, Etc., Etc.
...THE MERRILL COMPANY
PILOT BUTTE INN
At C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tablea supplied with all the delicacies of the wttson
Fine Rooms and Beds
All stages stop at the hotel door
LIVERY AND FEED BARN IN CONNECTION
Good Rigs -:- Reasonable Charges
C. D. BROWN (Sb COMPANY
BEND, - OREGON
DKAMJRS IN ALL KISI)S Ol'
fM " II ivzevv !?a?i! irefHte !
VAAH Ul Wfi tVJU flV&OlZ. il3HJ,
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
' We buy or sell yout land uo matter where situated. We can sup
ply you with any class of laud at any time. Call ou us or write for
HUUH O'KANL:, Prop.
. 5IOST CKN'TRALLY I,OCATBL HOTUL IS BUND.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
Life Insurance Conupany
Nearly 300 SATISFIED policyholders in Cnok County.
A. W CLOTHIER,
F. O. MINOR,
ii 1 1-
Conimission and forwarding
SHANIKO, - 0RB00N
Large, Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited
Prompt nttwition paid to tUosc who
favor me with tlietr itroiige ,,
Bend Livery & Transfer
' W. J. ROBISON, Proprietor..
UVERY, and FEED STABLE
. , Horqi:s Boarded by thr Day, Wbbu or Month
First-Class Livery ftigs for Rent. Thono No. 15
Bond trt, twetIlntcotn4 Orcau
- RALPH SHELDON, ;
General Blacks hvithing and Wagon Repairins
HORS SHfOBlNG A 5PCIALTY
K0 Our sh6"js located opposite Baptist dhur'cil. ' ' v '"