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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1907)
J nek Summers of l'rlncvlll Willi
In Iiend tlm first o( the weuk.
Mr. C, 1). tlrowu's mtillier, of
AiUoIoh.', to visiting in ))mnl.
MIm Smllli, a ltlnr of tlut I.uld
iiw sclifrol, wuit In atUiidnncii at ttic
, Mr. nuil Mrs. hoiii:, of tit T.Id
law houd, wurc Html visitors
Ilnvu you tlluc new shots
nt Merrill'? Tliuy arc n fluo lot
unit low priced .
MIiw Molllc Kovcr nrrlvwl In
Haul from ShUih recently nml Is
visiting at home.
J. U. ShwIiIU Went to Sisters
'WclnMlny on n biuluww visit, re
turning Inst evening.
Miss 1.1111c Knox of '1'cMt, Or.,
was it guest of Mrs. W. 1". Vtitide
Vert during the week.
Mr nml Mrs. W. 1 Myers ntnl
MIm 1'ny Gerklng of I.alillnw were
business visitors In He ml WeduM
ilny. Nick Welilcr wctit-olit tb the
Ilaldwiu rnueli yesterday morning
CO finisli papering the new house
V. K. Gucrin, Jr., plain to eti
tsrtulu n number of ftltudi this
sttmtncr nt it "house party" in
' i'rauk Ilutturworlh left the first
of the week for SistcrA where he
Will build n saloon 18x40 feci for
bylvcstcr and Prince Stoats re
lumed Saturday from Portland,
where they have been attending n
Miss Iv.i Ilootli Of l'riuevllle,
tlsughtcr of judge Ildotll, Is spend
lug the week In llcnd, the guest of
Miss Mnriou Wcist.
', Mrs. II. V. Ldkin left Portland
but week for the old home in
Minnesota, where she will spend a
i large jjatt of the summer.
n K. Ii. mu A. Sherwood, young
rancher' living between I.aidlmv
mid Redmond, were in llcnd Mon-
day night in nttendauce nt the
'potty given itt honor of Miss Marl
Big Cut in
SJuw Petite I'ruticv, rvxular jtlc g
k())(C H!t lli.i now OC
Haul wal.r CatllC Roup, formerly p
luciwrlMr: cut price OL
lntl CrMiu ClicckC, rcxuUir joe
ht lli.i now....!.,
Juur ot. Vnnlllui ft;i.er (nice
.Hiliirtxl So Claim, former price
Urccii nutl IlUck Tm, formerly
.ye? new" ,
ireliM Mutti, formerly 1 jc;
now.... ..,..,.,, a
Union Mwll Cti.'i aiioH.lrw.
' fruili, forttwr iri ic, now
Armoiif'K White .PIoAlIng Sonji,
Jim im 1m r; now
Jfcttintm, t lb, caii, i camt now
! for ;..,
,Crcciit Wheat I'lnkca, Mine to 'j'tS,
1'ort.H!, now 3 fur ... auL
JJII tfardhiQ, formerly iuc fc
Perfection Stock Couup, wn iie;S c
now ......,,, JjO
I'njuiUfjn, Apricot, forincr price gri
wy yc. now. ! .-r UU
I'oynUlii OrnpeJ, formerly 150; fyf(y
Hood Coffsc, wiu oc. iffn
.niimlry Sionp. fnnnarly 5
aid now 7 fur
totnntow, 3 omiui
' for :
Com, fiimicr price ije: Vfln
now ,,.., Avis
)ntuis 1'rutich I'tinis Wr'nwr Qfi,
price ioc; now,... U O C
J'omiUtii 1'QjWliqji, fqnirtr price 'ffr,
Hjc;ih,w....,., ?...... 4JY
iliftnin StrnwlKTrlcH, f0lllc K n
yijoo;uoV i jJL
SVOKYTHINa IN TUB Ditua
lilNU Prescriptions fdleif by an
W. S. N1CHOL
Pictures for the Home...
Jtll.i Wheeler Wilcox says, "Make home heaven on
cnii.li " That's n good Miggcution. (letter live up to it. If
yoli do m yon tuunt have a pretty, cozy home, mid pictures
will U- urn-wiry Wc have them in many styles arid prices
Konie worth only u few cents, others of n higher value Come,
' look them over mid buy.
tf you hav n favorite picture that you would like to have
framed king it to us. Wc enn
tion of Irumiug material mid certainly will be able to please
you, Wing in the picture, choose the dcsiicd frame, and leave
the rest with uh
It WILL COST DUT LITTLE
COAL OIL FOR SALE
J. I. WEST, -
New slock ot shoes Just arrived
at .Merrill's. Come hi and sec
The I. H I). Co. llns a colt that
was a year old last Monday, the
15th, and it weighs Hoj ' lbs. Not
n bad weight for a yearling.
You should help advcrtlie Iknd
and the llcnd country by sending
your friends some of those souvenir
postal cards nt the postofficc news
Grovcr Young, John Chambers
and Al Hill of I'rlncvillc passed
through llcnd the first of the week
on n fishing expedition along the
ISusincss at tile ileiiri hotels is
Improving thcic days. Many
people arc coming to llcnd and
trnvcllnc through In search of laud
J. A. tc,Coy, ,wll kuown in
fiend, has Wen appointed sheep
inspector for Crdok c6itit'- Mr.
McCdy fl'at!' fircscut ou his land
Iiliucr Merrill has taken the
position ot book-keeper In the llcnd
bank, and will have charge of the
look wdrk Upoil .Sir. Minor's rc
tircnlculon May i.
A. (!. Iiucas is putting additional
hniprovrfhlciits on the little lawn
south and west of the Pilot Iluttc
Inn. More stone fence is being
built and flowers planted.
' W. O. Mason and I'!. C. I.niub,
who llHvc Ikcii cruising timber
south pf. llcnd for outsidb buyers,
left for Vortl.and last Frhlay. They
cxe(ittt to return in about dweek.
Walter Knox, a prominent stock'
man from Post, was n visitor here
this week and was much surprised
nt the great improvement in our
town since he was last here, Sever
al yiiare ago, ,
. . Mrs. W, l. Gucrin, Jr., anil little
daughter Iclt Portland, recently for
aji extended trip through iuirope.
They wl)l return about' July 1,
and will -spend a part of the sum
mer nt lknd.
The revival services, instead of
closing Inst Sunday evening, have
been continued through this week,
Considerable interest has been
manifested In the meetings although
110 conversions have yet been made,
-All nicmbcpi.cfl, iieschutes
l,odgc No.'ioj, Ktligktd of Pythias,
nre urgently requested to be pres
ent at the next meeting. April 34,
At Hint time thole will he the last
rending of the by-laws baforc their
adoption mid it is desired that nil
members be in nttendauce.
W. K.( Gucrin, Jr., Is haying his
house painted' a plain white! and n
porch Unlit along the north side.
He will Also make nuitc extensive
Improvement ou his ldwt'u dar
lyle Triplctt is doing the pauutng.
and Tom Triplctt and II. A, Jolm-
sou nre Luiiuing the porcn.
IewU Shaw, engineer fu charge
ofoueofthc Oregon Kastcru sur-
keying crews', 'wns in Ueml Satur-
do it. Wc have n large collec
cook for his camp. His crew arc
now locating ou a Hue running cast
and west several miles south of
Koslaud and south, of Wagontirc
C. A. Riddle returned Monday
morning from Shaulko, where he
went lb iucct his wife and their sou,
Harold, who returned with him.
Mr. Kiddie and his family will
take up their residence in the
p Frank Osbdrri cottage as soon as
their- household goods arrive.
A letter received by Iknd fricuds
from Miss Agnes Williams, ac
knowledging receipt of some
kodak Views, says: "They will be
pleasant reminders of the first stage
ride I ever took and of a very
picturesque cotlntry.,K Miss Wil
liams js a sister bf Mrs. W. H. Sel
lers and reccntlywlsitcd in Iknd.
Judge ll u: King; aria ;W. E
Gucrin, Jr., arrived in 'Deed' last1
Friday evening to look after busi
ness matters. They came to confer
with the settlers ou the Columbia
Southern segregation. The firm
of King, Gucrin & Kollock are
representing the settlers' associa
tion In the rcceut troubles with the
Another new corner to the fiend
country is Wnllc? lCekutt, who Jias
purchased nil' eighty cost ot Dcud
near the HaswelbGucrin ranch.
His vife will join him here about
the middle ol next, iuontb. Mr.
Kcenc held the position bf assist
ant circulation rennnger ou the.
Portland Journal and resigned that
work to take up farming. He has
Samples of New
Plaid, Stripe WU
Sent on Request.
C. W. ELKINS, Prinevlile
Van Tassel & Davis,
Real Estate Agents and Locators
ddii't iid u-hnt jolt
theiu a call, They httve Iiiiprbved farms at $to to $15 per acre,
tEacs: TflEM' AT
Madras - Oregon
had cxcricuce ill farming in Colo
rndo mid enjoys the work.
Mrs. H. Kstelle Hllis very plea
antly entertained n few lady friends
Wediiusdny nflyfnoon, In honor of
Miss Ivn Hooth of l'riuevllle Those
present, besides the guest of honor,
were Mesdiimcs Wiest, Allen, Cas
ey, Stoats, Sellers, F. F. Smith and
Rowc, and Misses Columatl, Han
del, and Marion Wicst. A mem
ury contc.it was the feature of
the afternoon's entertainment n
contest in which Peter Piper with
his peck of pickled pcpticrx and
Theosollus Thistle thrustiuir three
thousand thistles through the thick
of his thumb, played lending parts.
A grand prize was given consisting
of a prcttv little basket-work hair
pin holder, which was won by Mrs.
Charles Rowc. Mrs. I D. Wicst
won the booby prize, a gilded orna
mental clothes-pin- The afternoon's
plcusurcs closed with the serving of
When You Are Introduced.
"When lie it bcfiiK pretenteit to nn
odlcr woman, n lady Miould ric, lijlt .lie
kiep licr M-at when a younger nlmn
or n man in presented to her. A hotted,
however, alwaytritetAml offers her hand
to all her Kiieiti. t'pon receiving an In
troduction it l not necessary to y any
thing at all, tuch at 'how do you do,'
'ptciMid to meet you,' etc A woman
may iniilf unit towlicrncknowleck'nicnt,
units the wili to allow- apeciat friemlli
nest, when the extend her hand. Men
usually shake hands with each other.
It it a mistake to embarrass a lady by
leading licr alxUt a room and present
ing her thus to a roomful of people. If
there be a tmili group of jwoplc, the
hostess tlwn may soy, after erection her,
'Mrs IlUck, let me present Miss Irrown.
Misstilsie Ilroun, Caption Whlto and
Dr. Green.' icn should klwnvs be tak
en to a tady to be introduced. In her
own home a hosteu max Introduce at
the pleases, everyone Ih everyone else,
but It it always welt to remember, at
other places, such at Isre balls, recep
tions or indiscriminate Ktlcrinc of
any kind, that we must consult the
wishes of others before kIvIiij; Introduc
tion'. At the introducer is always re
sponsible for the person presented,
wuclifCnrc should be taken in this re-,
inect. and the nottlUlity of thurstlnu nn'
on another an unwelcome acquaintance'
avoided. A lauy a permission muu al
ways Ijc aiketl before presenting to her
a man who w.it1ct toukc het- a.ctjuaint
auee. Of cdurs? h , thrr ar cxtxptions
to all rulcVaudht snnll, Ihformal dances
among yountj Jcoplc wl.o know each
other well, e
ducc their friends without ask in
zlue for May,
T& Central Ore
gor. Banking Bh
Transacts a General Bank
Acts as AdinJnlSti'ator, Iix
ccutor or Trustee oh us tales
Issues Drafts and Bank
Money Orders on all Foreign
Interest on Tinie,. Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes.
A. 51. Drake, A. t. CooJwillie,
President. Vice Pros.
J. M. Lawrence, Secretary.
1'. 0. Minor, Cashier.
ami Town Protfertw
tvuntviu. the irrigated belt, give
PILOT BUTTB INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tablcw supplied with all the delicacies of the season
All stages stop
LIVEftY AND FEED
Qood Rigs -:
C. t). BROWN
Centra! Oregon Real Estate
Timber and Desert
I We buy or sell yout land do matter " here situated. We can sup
ply you with any class of land at any time Call on us or write for
1 1 - 1 .1. .Am mi '
HUQH O'KANB, Prop.
MOST CENTRALLY LOCATBD HOTEL IN BEND.
, Sample room
New House, New Furniture,
Conifflission Slid forwarding
'... ;,.,SHANIKO, . . OREOON
Utgi, Cdm4mi yfu&mV tfoiigtoMts SHcki4
l'rompt attention pan
favor me rith their t
0B Our shop is located
KEW DAILY STAGE
From BEND io SHANIKO and All Interior Points
New and Up
, t iii:j..i.r . mmLA
The Most Seelilc Route In Central Oregon
. 4 Best Eating Houjcs on Any Stage Line
, ' .1'
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO EXPRESS aui BAGGAGE
I-'or Rates to I,and locators andTimber Men, address
F. 0. MINOR, Bend, Or., or W. J. BU$LEYr''Ag't.,'sWlktn Orv
1 mi ,i -iihin- , '11 hi 11 ,ii.,a
Ttobertlne slvca what everjr woman
moat Uealre-a perWct coropleaion
It primes that aott. amOoth, freth,
clear tint to tho chf t that iVnote
youthMlneas. It Ul brinr beauty
to thosa who laclc 111 It will retain
It (or thoso who aroadr pooeia It,
It wilt enabla you to, aucceaalum-
comhaUthe ravaKca.iof- weather and h
Uin. Don't doubt -Jp-x't .
UobertlHe. Yov? drussUt wJU
o you h trco aarcpip. All crut-
r'-fcr.Ha kee;i ftobtrtllie.
Fine Rooms and Beds
at the Hotel door
BARN IN CONNECTION
ALL KINDS OP
Lands a Specialty I
Bond and li
Reasonable Rates. Good Rooths
for Transient Trade.
1 fi In 1 I
afd'lo thote who
awl Wgo RefMiriRg
drjpostte Baptist Church.
- to - date Outfit
10 i raveling inen
tflCRAVER an EUCMOTYPCR
moMLtiM mo-u cvrntu .aeanot coto
Are you a silMorib
'.av nuu Sua'inv lookincr lor r