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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1908)
i .February lungalncs arc now nr
'riving nt the news stand.
. C. V. Cartulclmel of Hly was a
cnllcr in Bend on Tuesday.
Frank Glass or Redmond was nt
tending l0 busliic.vt 'matters in Ilciul
I. If, mid Claude Smith were in'
from the mill nt Otit to attend the
leap year dance.
A. M. Law will leave for Port
land Sunday' morning to attend to
George Jones win down from hl
tip-river ranch to 1m present at the
popular leap year dance.
II. C. Hills took a run to I'rlnc
Vllle 1n his onto Monday afternoon
tatntlctid to business nutters.
Apples are moving freely at the
newfl stand. If you desire n box
get ydir order in before they urc
Registration books ate now open
a the office of F. O. Minor, bank
bUildlng, between tlic hours of 7
and 8 each evening!
,C. 1. Becker of Lnldlaw was in
uUeudancc nt the leap year dance
given by the ladlos of Bend on
The rchearjug in the contest case,
of Mrx. Lota D. Kricksoit ys. Mrs
Kick Smith U being heard before
Commissioner Kills today.
The good news corned from Mrs
L. D. Wciit nt Portland that her
recovery from the effects of the re
cent operation is very rapid.
A load of Ileud people drove to
Slitcis Wednesday afternoon to be
present at a dunce nt that plonsaut
little burg on the same evening.
Ifor .SaleOne S5-cgg "Sure
iDuch" Incubator. One ioo-chick
' ''Sure Hatch" brooder almost
new.- Wro. V. Downing. .jtf
. Mr. and "Sirs. Orn I'olndcxtcr left
for their, home at l'rlucvillc this
morning after n visit of two weeks
w()h relatival at Hcnd and vicinity.
. Rene West, who has been over
pu Crooked River feeding cattle for
John Kyau for the last month or
more, returned to llcud Wcducsdny
C. M. Young, W. A. Oraut and
L. L. CubiiriiAvere three Portland
traveling uieh who vlsitcil llcnd on
A. L. HUNTER
In MuUIk UulUllngoii 0ko Street.
Wood For Sale.
-' I will deliver wood in town nt
the following prices:
DRY BLOCK WOOD
16 inches long
i t$4,00 a cord.
DKY MM II WOOD
II 16 inches long
... $36o a Cord.
Tuf In your yard on aliqrt notice.
Phone to mu when you want wool. It
won't roil you anything to phone to
F. M. OARTER,
.HENRY L. WHITSETT
Ulorsc Shoeing aiui
tflriot Class Work tinaranteed.
Located In tile old Buculou liU
Tuesday, litojijiihg ht the Pilot
A, M. Lara ia'liavfujr a new in
duroidToofputon lifit store building.
The llcud news stand fs expect!
; In soon a Hue nssoriuii'nt of;
valentines for St. Valentine's day,
The Ladies' League of the Pres
byterian church will do uicudiug,
plain sewing, etc. nt moderate
prices. Those desiring work doiit
will leave It at Mm. Hawhlll's.
Mr. and Mm. Chas. Hrickson
were in this week from their ranch
on llcnr Creek. Mr. Krickson says
that stock is going throuuh the
whiter in fine shape. In fact, thn
Is the report from nil stockmen
lhc city council is having
some imprdvemet) th made
in we lJcnd cemetery. The var
ious streets between the lots arc be
ing cleared of nagebrush. Karl
llenton and Mr. Pile arc doing the
II- J. Ovcrltuf returned the flrM
of yie week Iron! a busintss trip of
a week at Seattle. He hays thnt
financial conditions nre practical!)
normal again at Seattle and thai
everyone seems Id be busy, there
being very few idle men,
A. II. liaiues of Spokane arrived
in Hcnd Wednesday, and is stop
plug at the Pilot Iluttc Inn. Mr
liaiues had heard of the advantages
of this section and has cttate to in
vestigate them. He lid's brcti n
member of the Spokane city council
for some time.
'The Bcrnl orchestra will give
another of their popular dances on
the evening of St. Valentine's day,
J'cb. i.. They contemplate having
this event a "character" dance
that is haviug.tlic dancers dress to
represent some diameter,- date in
history, or any thing in that line
they rnay choose.
W. P., Clint and Willie Vnude
vert moved' 75 head of cattle from
the home ranch At Lava onto the
desert ncar'thc Ilnldwin ranch' thit
week' Clint says thnt the entile
that have Ixcn wintered on the
dcsrrt in that neighborhood nre in
better condition than a lot of cattle
that have becu fed.
bast Saturday morning Mrs. V
J. O'Connor received a message
conveying the s,ad news of the
death of n brother nt Portland.
That morning SI19 and Mr. O'Con
nor started for Portland .to be prcs
cut nt the last sad rites, the funeral
being on Tuesday. Mm. O'Couuor
will remain at Portland for sonic
time, but Mr. O'Connor is expected
to return to Bend in a few days.
Attorney Prank II, Grcenman
has oficticd n law office in rooms'
over the'patA?, n'nd is now actively
engaged in the practice of his pro
fessions Mr.Orccnman was form
erly located n( Sai'dpolut, Idaho,
but moved with his family to Hend
scvetal weeks ago and intends to
makcythis his future home. His
professional card, which appears in
another column pf this issue, an
nounces that he will practice in all
courts. ' '
W. II. Oakes of freeman, Wash.,'
has been in llcud this week giving1
the country 5; general inspection,
lie ca'up.Jn by, way tot Redmond
and is well, .pleased, with the liend
country from, an agricultural stand
point. Mr. Oakcs experienced
brick manufacturer and is in
vestigating the possibilities df jlck
clay Jiere. He visited .the Baru'py
Lewis homestead and gave the de
posit of clay( there a ' thorough In-vesUgCftiou-
. ' ,
Mr. 'bud Mrs. Alpha Aldridg'e
hjiye conie to JJctjd tfrom jWilbur,
Wpsli,, andiwm wake' their home
here, far, Aldrtdge liaVlug accept
ed a position fit compositor , in
The; Bulletin, office. .several
yeaaMr AldrfdgeVfatlier, edited
the Prlucvllle News, uow the Ac-
view, and later inovtd lohWnch
611 Dig. Meadows, whefc he livedo
live years uciore leaving uie ntnie.
M. Atdridgc, Sr., ii now ciiptgi'd
in the real cstntu ImmIiicm nt WM
bur. Jimfny and Charley nri;twi; Hc'nrtl
yotiugstcrfl who nre inseparable
chums. At school tho other duv
Jimmy got tired of the tvdloutuesH
of study and n bright idea came in
to his head. Up went hit iimid'
and, obtnTniug the teiicliur'- atten
tion, hi gaid: "Tcucher. muv I tro
ho'wJ? My head nclies'1 The
teacher granted her cnncnt, Jimmy
itartcd down the nisle, then stopiwd,
and finally stumtncicd out in
n hashfuL diffident manner: "Char
ley's go$ a headitchc, Kmi."
Mm. lf. O Minor invited A num
ber of Mr. Mlu t'ti gentleman
frictids in to n G o'clock dinner last
Sunday evening, the occasion being
1 surprise to Mr. Minor and in
honor of his birthday. I'uvors con-
Misted of a red cartutjpu at c? ch
plate, nnu a line large uuquet 01 car
nation's of the same color decorated
the center of the tabje. A birthday
cake was fesplctidcut wUh one soli
tary candle. After dinner had
been served. the evening was very
pleasantly spent in social conversa
tion and. listening to music
A half mile , race Is scheduled to
take place nt Priucviltc op May 5
IkIwccu Seventy, owricd by CJias.
liedell of Pri(icvi)tc, and , Brandy,
owned by Bill Urowu of Iluckf
Creek. The purse will consist ol
$ 1,000, that sum having been wog
ercd by the owners of the two
horses. "Billy" Kobinson will go
to Priucviltc III a few weeks and
take charge of the training of Sev
enty, lie will also ride the horse
in the race. Both horses arc said
to be fast in half-mile heats, oml
the race promises to be an inter
V. W. Taylor, division superin
tendent of 'the Pacific Telephone &
Telegraph Co., , with headquarter
nt The 'Dalles, returned with Mr
Kills from 'Prlnc villc last Tuesday,
to attend to general business mat
tcrs connected with his company.
The Pacific company in conjunction
with the Pioneer Telegraph & Tele
phone CO., will soon issue a new
directory of Mr. Taylor's entire ter
ritory, which will include the name
of every person throughout this en
tire section who has n Bell telephone
cither in his residence or place of
business, Partners' lines as well
as city exchanges will be included
WHEJN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tablo always Supplied with Iho best that the town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bund, OKitopN
5. C. CALDWELL
STOVltS, TIN and GRANITE-
WAftR, WINDOWS, btlOUS.
GAS 1WQINW OILi
Lime and Cement.
bit all &ash Soles of fcive of More Dollars a
Liberal Reduction Mote , u
Hotel Send Restaurant
dlmrny Aklt P'roprlator
1tirfet-Clai)$ Mfeals Served at All Hourdi
Board 'by th6 WeeH (k Meals) $5,00.
M Ah tTO CAl.t, (.-
I. A .vvt.M't wrvUS, vi, i.iu -I
J't,at.aa.nv.tiM8bpJ,.' Y.OU0 PATR0NAQE,OWCTtfH
i'i i i ,,",, ,...M..il.....i..mli lli...a.,i.rii..lll ' II
in tbi litvbry It will prove 0
gruut iiiiriUmcc Id telephone pa
It linn rriiMiik'il for tile lAiifcs of
1111(1 l'i pltMUt'ltfc'lilimt KUCCCSSful
MHldl rvent of tliu season. The
lenp -tr dance given Uf the llcnd
Iwi Year Club l.it Wednesday
V'veiiiu,' wan m pleilii'g nffdir from
the time tlw orchestra played the
Hlraiim of th first M-uctiOn to llie
etosniK hour Thurxriuv m6rning.,
A'g'xwllv uiuiilicr whh in attend-.
mice, the iloor was '11 good condi-;
. .. .
11011. tjMe music tmiti i-ceiiciu, nnu.
fiocml i'luitcr and laughtei could br
lienrrl on ull siilcH fjvi-r one seemed,
nurued mi tit least two topics oli
coiivenmtion uuil thoe were thrj
fine muftic-and the enjoyable timt;
life dat.orr.M were having Hacli
time ik-inl.'s pniular orclif-itrn op-
jehr in ptililic they win new cx'
prvsMufis ol praise for themselves,
utid it is indeed a tfe.it to listen it'
their i'rctioui, but more of a trca'
to dnnci- tothem. A quite common
expulsion wu's thul the ladiei
jjliould K'ive another dunce, in viec
ofthe decided succcsW ol their first
uttempt During' the evening 1
buffet lunch was served in the hall
during which, time the .spirits of thr
crowd run high nnd laughter, jok
ing and uieirfnieut predominated.
The receipt at the-door amount
ed to $?4 After the expenses had
been pod the balance was turned
over to the orchestra '"
Seed Wheat for Sale. '
Cox Need wheat for sale, ic 'per
lb , ut the Bend Livery & Transfci
Ptclflc Horse LUItteat Is prcpjr.ed
tifreuly (or the needs 61 hofi rraen 8J
rinduntn. It Is a powerful ted fiat
tilkl linlmtal, a remedy for roitrte
cles. A soolhlof emhrocilton for th:
relict ol pain, and the best liniment for
sprains ind soreness. " Uiuqaslfd for
curlnf the wound and Injuries ol
11ARUC0 WIRE and fnr htilinr cuts,
abratloos, sores and bruises. Pacific
Horse Uolmcnt Is fully tuirantred.
No other is so nod tf helpful In so many
all dealers to refund the purchase price.
iit u( unui nrrt cit
Kovt Chi mica t Co., Tu oc
nooiiET HmsUMB rorn
DRIED and CANNED PRUITC
'BACON nnd HAMS
. . FLOUR
PRINEVILLE and MADRAS.
AYuU tine of all kinds of
DON'T FORGET THAT
My new,st0ck pf groceries has
arrived (except the coal oil)
and vc cordially invite you to v
come in and sec
I have without doubt the best liue of Groceries ever laid down m
Bend. Everything to tempt the
RIGHT PRICES ALWAYS.
AND AOAIN ,'
Don't Forget thai
THE BALANCE OF THE STOCK OF THE
Is being sold at less than cost price, t want to move'' every dol
lar's worth of these goods arid nave njarked them at prices that
1'hese good? won't last ldng, so come early.
YOU WILL FIND
.I..' MiJ j
Rugs Liholemm and
Art -t Squares
A FINE VARIETY
J(. L Wests
Rajah Jute Smyrna Rugsoxfeo in.
All-Wool Smyrna Ruj37-26x$4 in. ,
Axminster Rugs ayxfeo in,
Best Quality Axtnhxster Rugs d"7xfo ill. .
Imperial Art Squares, all-wool gx to ft.
tiuoleums, prittcd, fe ft. wide, per sqttare foot
Floor dilclotb, 3 ft. wide, per square fopt
MallresSeS, full site, wool . -
HaltresseSj full siz wool
4IHisiie4r thrertericotWWoM. -ir -,r .yc
af l eta
most delicate appetite and at I