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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1908)
If. It. Meeker of Slaters waa
Mr. Sclmltc mid daughter of Sin
ters were Hcml visitors Wednesday.
F. 0. Minor left Wednesday
'iltorrtliiK on it buHincsi trip to I'rliic-
All the latent mid tnortt popular
inagoklncs can be had nt the llcnd
J.'I. West got in a Hhlpinent of
fine runilili week. Kena ins at
'fit nuotficr column.
Mill rvn Wc.it fpcnt the first of
the week nt the home of her brother,
Frank Vc.st nt the lllg Meadow,
l Mrs. John Shcinorc U Itnprovioi;
rapidly from her recent ifncii, and'
hf now able toilt up u little each
, A. M. Lnra got lit a shipment of
gioccrlca thin week. He tells about
them in hi rid. Head it in another
column. - ,
K. G Rourk and wife .of Rov
'land spent Tucjdny evening in
llcnd, leaving for I'rlucville the
.The Central Qrcgoit Really Co.
has moved Its offices into Hie build
ing on Wall street recently vacated
by ,W. II.. Sellers.
Grnt.ift. offering cut price on
hts line of fine crockery left over
from Christmas rate. There arc
'many good bargains.
S. C. Caldwell has a new ad. in
thin lame. He tellt you something
ha't will be of value to buyer?
Rend 'the ad. in another column.
'. "O. S, Crocker arrived ftom Tort'
laud'Suiiday evening. He came to
look after business matters connect'
ed with the Scofleld Drug Company.
During the month of December1
the llcnd postoffice Issued mouey
orders to the amount of $(.030.63,
and paid money orders that totaled
A. II. Grant got in a four-horse
load of apples from the Cove last
week, 84 boxes in all. The follow
ing varieties are to be had: Jona
thans, Ganos, Smith Ciders.
Frank McCaflTcry of Redmond
vs'aH a business visitor in llcnd
'Wednesday, lie was 011 hts way,
t.o the' old river bed ncctldu, where:
die owns a tract of ditch laud.
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l A. L. HUNTER
In MuUlg IlultdiuK'un Oregon Street.
Wood For Safe.
Twill deliver wood In town at
the following prices,:
. DRY HLOCK WOOD
16 inches lout;
$4,00 a, cord.
DRY LI Mil WOOD
16 inches long
1 $3.6p a cordv
1 l. it In ui.iir vnril ml llnr( lint !((.
I'lione to inc when you want wood. It
won't cot yon uuyttiliiK tu phone to
F. M. OAFtTER.
HENRY L. WH1TSETT
Horse Shoeing; and
Writ ClasVWork OiinrantwU.
i,oeated in the old Sheldon ilton,
t i"'irtll, r II M 1 1 1 1 4Am
-gU',MlerHlli accompanied by
Mr.Ttutl Mrs. Creed Trlplctt nud
Miss Ilc((ilo Wilkinson. I tit llcnd
Sunday morning to drive to Mr;
Merrill's hoiituitciid near the "fish
Regarding the road petitioned
for by W. R, Wilkinson nud others
east of llcnd the county court up
proved the report of the surveyor
and viewers mid declared the same
n public highway
The Ladies' Aid of the Metho
dist Hplsccip.it church will meet for
work with Mrs Culdwell on
Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 33. All
members nud friends arc Invited to
come as curly as posiiblc
C. II. Allen is ciidiiig n few
days in town this week with his
family. He say 9 that the winter
nt the Meadows has been n very
favorable one for stock and that till
itock Is getting along cll.
The county court has appointed
the following lor 'Judges and clerks
of election for Ihmd district No 3:
II. C. KIIU, J.'l. West and J. W
tloblusou, judges;. K I Batten, 1J.
A. Sat her nud A. II. Grant, clerks.
Orn Polndcxtcr and Fred Aldrlch
arc hunting at tiprivcr points this
week, and during that time Mrs
Polndcxtcr and Mrs. Aldrich are
vitluj; with Mr. nud Mrs. Frank
West at their pleasant much at the
The ne'xt regular meeting of the
Rend Comrhcrcial Club will be oil
next Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Committees will be an
iiounccd at that time and other
work transacted. There should be
11 latgc attendance.
The couuty court, has appointed
the judges nnd clerks of election for
Deschutes district No. ia James K.
Reed, W.,R. Wilkinson and O. II.
Riley, judr.es; C. A. Stahsborotigh,
Ivlmcr J. Merrill and t'lcury Lin
ger, clerks. Votlng'place nt Lytic.
The funeral services of the .one-
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stlllwell was held at the "home Jat
Suuday afternoon, Rev. Mitchell
officiating. Interment was made
in the Beud cemetery. Mr. Still-
well had been summoned from
Portland but arrived too late to
sec his little dauuhter alive, reaclH
ing Beiid late Friday night.
It. W. Urcwcr left for Bend Mon
day morning to visit his mother,
Mrs. John Siscmore, who is quite
ill with 11 nervous afiVcliou. Mrs.
Ilrcwer accompanied her husband
nud will remain vltli Mrs. Siscmorc
for some, time. ..Mr. Ilrcwer is. ex
pcctcd.homc tomorrow. At lustre
port Mrs. Siscmorc was Improving
home Sliver Lokc urcgonian.
Karl Benton rctunrcd Wednesday;
evening from a trip of several days
at Redmond wheic he hadi been
look, dig Over laud with the intcii
tion of buying. He reports that
there, aje a lot of new settlers movi
ing onto laud in that vicinity am)
that there is much clearing being;
done both by the new hitlers and
tho$ vholave been on tlie laud
longer. Mr. Benton was ' well
pleabctl with the laud, nroiuid Red
mond and will probably buy there.
Tuesday morning Mrs, L, D.
Wiest underwent an operation in
the St. Vincent hospital at Port-;
laud, Tuesday evening a phono
message to Mr. Wiest stated that
she had come through the Ordeal
u a very encouraging condition,'
Auohfer message Wednesday evctR
lug Uptight the gooa news Hint
Mrs. Wjcst was greatly improved
and that there was no danger of
her, growing worscl Dr. Kenneth
A. I. Mackenzie performed Uic
1 - '"
v- . DoIbjc Oooil. ,'.,
Cautwllc to tt'lstcu In Uic,
H,tU'B' rlilW arajilnc VUrortgU" ttie
April Ulci; v
Ont do some ?J,-whllc life mill hope
,ihij l '
Awauf some aittUh, soothe ebtrodln
lli. B. U.
,. rM,flH I.,'
-I III. Mil.
" u Jl
r : ir
1 mmi-M r-t i nl;f-Tt
sre but outward sighs ol lae evil
don In secret by siyriads of dan
Jrull germs Mpplflxtho IllfcWoed
ol the hair. Micro kHlilBcfra
site, soolbcs Iho ItcWoj scalp,
tWc kntre lo the hair and stops
gives rtllff a ad proMlli worth.
Save ypw faalr before too late,
Micro prevtnts baMaest. It ha
delightful drcwlng for the hfk,
trti from grease and ttkky oil.
Ask our drugg lit forfree bookkt
HOYT CHEMICAL CO.
The Pioneer Telegraph
and Telephone Company
Telfj;rm I'orwurilwl to Any Tft
of the World.
with 1'ortUiiil, rrinctlllc ami nil
1'aclGc Coant cttlt.
Public Pay Stations
hi Ilauk lluMitiK at nenil. at UI'l
taw and l'owcll lltttteav.
McK'iiKcr kcrvlce to any part of
Crook County ivuth of Crooked
The Secret of a
. Beautiful Face
lit In leering the ikln pro
wMnj; li not enouchthit
only leares the delicate lurfice
more exposed to the Irriutlon
of duit anj ccrmi tomercl
leu atlaek of 11m and
i raUier. After truhin, ap
Jly KotcrtInc and etpenence
11 dclichtfid rrfreihienU
You will admire the lint-tew
miineu It Imparti to tut,
seek and am)i. It not only
timulitei a,rvUnt clow, but
firot ecu the ikln from becom
nz coane. Iieents burn
nc tin and frtcllei. .
V- umth m-TUr
At our ranch at.Tuinnlo, Or., on De
cember I, otic wild aorrcl niatew ut:ij;lit
atout 750 Hi, Whtc atrip in forehead,
both hind feet anil (ettofka wtiltc.lilotch
brand on left ahouldcr, aKc'thtec year.
Tbla mate Una been a uuJmiicc here aincc
the fall of i;oj and la auppoted "la have
been lot by Vamipring Itidiani.
Owner can have aame hy .provinK prop
erty ami laying fcnl bill anil aiUftitlli):
cliarKcu. Gxo. WlMKH & bbm,
4o-4j Tuuialo, Or.
I GAITS OF TH
Tbcro Is no doubt tbnt tbo Mi In
Ita every rnrlety la n live propoaltJon
Viowfldaya, wblclt fnrmcra nro abowtag
0 ilNpoilllon to hntiillo to tbo bt d-i
vamose, in mm roniipctioti pernapi
1bo andillo bono l b- talked 0? than
other clnancii, yrt Intercut In It la bot
wanting. To n rami who Ima a four-ytar-olil
mare n in I urn I trottor cud
i coinldctiiifr InilnluK her for a anddlc
horao li, I'. Mayo of Mnlno any In Itu
rol Now Vorkrr:
To mnko nil ldo.il aaddlo horao of hit
inro tint InnulriT nlioutd Imro com-
luonnit nt Iciiit two yearn ngo, but If
fhe It, 111 hi- nnyi, rcry actiaiuie ciiu
bo will bo n llttlu moru pnllcnt tbo dc
alri-d reault can l nccomplUhed now.
Tho first tiling Jo x ntlalned la to
ibako her n rikx! wnlker, for a alow or
bail nlkln? anddlo horao l nbout tlie
nomt thliiK out, nnd who tijtut hr
Inusht Hint tho wnlk It n dlatluct call
n much, na tbo canter or tho gnllop.
Ifo ahould not bo antlxilctl until he can
feet her wbero aho can walk from flvc
to six inllos nn hour. Of courao If abo li
naturally n fnit wnlUcr tbla can railly
ho arcouiplUboil, but aim abould never
Vi allowed to trot whllo taklnfr her
walkltiR fxcrclw, for It la n much n
rnlademennor for n niaro walking to
brenk Into n trot n for a trotting mare
to break Into n run. To acquire the
walking habit require no apeclal train
ing, but peraUicut practice, at all Umoa
urging her to walk na faat na poaalble
Without Tatlgne nud not making bcr
Ivaauna too long nt n time.
There nro tbreo trotting galta the J03
trot, nbout four wiles an hour, aomo-
yjXK KCrtfCXT BADUUC HOME.
(KU. owrtH by fl, A. Dtmoe. Mlf hlanj
Tb hore la- ltcn yrcra old "an4 wttt
bred In Krntuckr Tn potltlon In tti
picture rrprewnl lli Spanl.h tp. Out
of . posilbl thlrtr-ona high aehool
movemrnta Ncbo prform twtntr-ont.
farta, l'UU and FlrcaUcl
thing to be avoided and always to b
dlacouraged; the trno trot. In which tkl
animal murea unttirally nnd with. trie-
tlonlesa gait, whllo tbo tbtnl la known
aji tbo flylug trot, or at apeed gait. The
truo trot, of courae, la tb tro that tbla
mare tnuat attain If ho vronliwvo hei
nceoinpllnbed lu the dhTorvnt galta.
Wicn this la nccomplUhcd-nnd It it
equally iih oaity as the watklnx Klt the
next I the eauter, or alow gallop, and
tbo horn? should go from tbo walk 01
trot either to the canter at will of the
rider Tho right fore leg nhouJd, ixf
made to go forward, llmt, or", rather, a.
tako tho lend. In training for thU gall
tho horao fhoiild bo kept weft lit hand
by tbo bit nud while being urged for
ward bend tbo bend allgbtly, In ho op
posite direction from which ibe fore leV
la to lend, nud with n very lltlo prae-,
tlco the horo will understand from th.r
lennlug of tbo bend what U wantnl
nnd atrlko nn iiy, natural canter. II
nn out nnd out gallop la rwiulred, when
(bo homo lunket tbo flntt leap forward
with forofoit well extended and you
K-o that ho understand what li re
quired gtvo him hla bead allifhUy nnd
urgo htm to mnko still greater oflfart.
DON'T FORGET THAT
There: news in The Bulletin.
S. C. CALDWELL
STOVKS, Tm and GRANITE
WAUK, WINDOWS, DOORS.
6AS EkoiNR OH.,
DRIED and CANNED FRUITS
BACON and HAMS.
PRINEVIU.E nud MADRAS.
A full line of all ki of
Ldiic nd Cement. brovislons.
On clll Cash Sales of Five or More Dollars a
Liberal Reduction Made.
Lu - .) .
Hotel Bend Restaurant
Jimmy Akllkj Proprietor t . 0l ,
fcirll.Olass Meals SeVved at All hbUrbt
Board by tKfc Weftk C?i ) $15.00.
- umdaIo roR tajdfri j "l-,r u
!.'. - y --'- --
My new stock or groceries Ima
arrived (except the coal oil)
and we cordially invite you to
come in and see a
Grocery Dept. J
I have without doubt the best Hue of groceries ever laid down in
Bend. Everything to tempt' the most delicate nppetitx: and at
teiaHT prices Always. '
Don't Forget That
TllE BALANCE 0 THE STOCK OF THE
Is being sold at leas than cost price. I want to move every dol
lar's worth of these goods and have marked them at prices that
These goods won't lst,long, so come early.
v. YOU WILL FIND" x
&, M. LARA
r?v, END.pREaON -:
Bugs, Linoleum ami
k FI&E VARIETY
; "'Jr. 1. w4st$ '
Rajali jufcSmybfi Iwss--3050 Jn. i
, All-Wool Smyrna Rugs a6x5.tlu- J ?
Axmhistcr Rugsr-27x6o in. .. - , l " -
Best Quality Aimlmter Rugs--27xrjO in., . -,
.Itupef al Art Square, all-wdol xio ft. J-, .
iHolHms, print!, &,4U wldper square foot '
Floor Oilcloth, 3 ft. Vilde.-pw kJAre ft
tWCfjajl f Vtl SiK, JWOl- A,.,.-
Mattreasea. full si, wool -
.js & aa