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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1908)
WU Kcllcv won in I'riiicvlllc
'fhurHthiy on busiiicai, returning
II C I vtH- spent several
tlnytt In I'rlueville till week attend
Inn to business mntlcrri.
Hot n, to Mr and Mrs. Sliumnckcr
uf I.tiiilliivv mi I'ob, aH, n baby boy,
Dr Cue in nttciiiluiicc.
' It I'mVk Went ciunc down from
bis im-river much Wednesday, re-
turning home Thursduy afternoon.
Presiding Hlder Skipvvorth ban
rui-utly appointed Uev. C. U
I.ovmUt us pastor of the Ilcud M
Mr and Mrs William Stand have
u tinned Irum two month' visit
hi CtiUliiini.i They report n very
Chtistiiin I'.udcavor next Sunday
tviuini; at 0:45. , Lender, Mrs. IJ.
r.J'.sie 1. K.li-. Subject, "The Wise
IV ot Mniiev
I'Htjs for hatching from pure-
brnl Indian Runner duckfl. $1.35
Wr sotlinj- W. 1 Downing.
IIukI, Oregon. joti
Ail tlie popular magazine arc
u tried ul the lUutl news stand.
If sou want uood rending look over
Mr OrnutN list.
A luii line of fruits and candle
Foil bind at the new slond. Ha
nauas, uco.nuts, oranges, lemons.
ect II MV in ht(H.'L.
Ui tiro imputed to do drill freed-
I . - t . r t - . dcalrinif jwnie. Kates
111 id'- kmiAii iimiii application.
.Marill & Wilkinson. .19-53
I: A Cast, Mr. Phillips and
Mi-. I'lnlliM nre in Silver I.akc
1:11-4 wi-vk uttemliug to matters
tenanting I'iiiIkt claims.
I, G mid Frank Walker nre
uunuinetttrliiir two show cases for
A M I.arn nnd nie doing fine
cf walk. The casas ufc being luude
Irinn native pine.
V. A. Cunt recently received a
far- large black roo.stcr from the
Iiouininker Rooster ltuiich. I It
t .1 handsome bird and will make a
lim- head to Mr. Cast's poullrj
Grant has a supply of onion nets
for that spring garden; nlso nil
UiihIh of seeds grown by the ecle-
rated I.tlly -western grown seeds
(ict 111 your order enrly if you want
Lr, e amounts.
The orchestra ha poster out
nt ii uneiiig n dance on the evening
i Si r.itnrk's day next Tuesday.
The darners will lie treated to ev
ir,d new selection by the orchestra
on lint occasion,
Tl two MUh Ilaldwins of
I'ruii vdle ,were iMiests of Mrs. V
1 Smith the latter part of last
wctk Sntruday Harold llaldwln
mm over Irom l'ritMvJllc and re
turned home with tin young ladles
Uev Mitchell will proach ucxi
Sunday morning nt t J o'clock 011
"Sahatton not Universal, orjlursh
Wird Irom the Master." At 7:10
lr. Hudson will speak ou the ques
tion "Siiad Crook County Ik Dry?"
Dr. Hudson is mi interesting tun)
forceful hponkor ntul a large atten
dance 1 desired.
Mrs. 1 rnnk llrowu lias been se,
1 ifrcd to teach the primary grades
111 the llettd hchool, in place ot Mis
Pettit, resigned Mrs. Iirowu r
rived 111 Uend Inst week Tliiirdu
Pacific Hone Liniment It prepared
expressly for the need! of tioricmen end
rtnehmen. It Is n powerful anil pene
luting liniment, a remedy for emergen,
des. A soothing embrocation lor the
relief of pain, and the best llnlmc'ni lor
sprain and loreneat. Uncqualed for
curing the wounds end Injuries ol
UARIIED WIRG and (or healing cut,
abrasion, tores and bruises. Pacific
Horse Liniment is fully guaranteed.
No oilier la to Mod or helefufla to many
ways, lilt falls to satisfy, w e author he
all dealers to refund la purchase price.
it tinea omi nrrr cints
Kovt Chimicac Co., fomnk, ot.
evening from Portland nnd joined
her husband, who ban been here
for several weeks. They will begin
housekeeping In the Dnttcn cot
Mrs. Ilognrt nnd Mrs, Stlllwcll
will lenvc for their homes nt Port
land Saturday morning, after hav
ing lived in Uend sevcrnl months
hi the hope of benefitting Mrs. Still
well's health. The Ilendrtfinatcdld
whnt it wan expected to nnd Mrs.
Stillwell returns to her Portland
home much improved in general
l'or n short time the Hctid librnrv
will be open on Wednesday and
Saturday afternoons from 3 to 5
o'clock. This will continue until
the new books and magazines nr
rive when it i expected that n
librarian will be hired and tlta read
ing room nnd library kept open
every evening and two afternoons
of each week.
Word reached Ilcud Wednesday
that Miss Jackie J I rock had died
that day in n Portland hospital
She had Ikcii operated upon 11 few
days previously for appendicitis
and was apparently getting along
nicely. A card received Tuesday
by Ilcud relatives stated that site
was recovering from t lie effects of
the operation, but n message the
next day brought the sad news of
her death. Miss Urock lived in
Uend for bcvernl years nnd many
here will regret to learn of her un
A number of boys In Ilcud who
arc old en nigh to know better nre
going about the town breaking
windows in empty buildings. It
1 reported that they deliberately
pick up stones nud throw them
through the windows. Several
windows have been broken out of
the Catholic church, as welt as in
other buildings about town. This
1 a wanton destruction of property
for which there i no cxcum: and
parents should sec to it that the
boys stop the practice at once. If
n stop is not put to it, the town
authorities will take the matter in
to their own hands. A vigorous
application of the strap or rod would
do a world of good to some of these
youngsters nud would save the
marshal the task of taking care of
-- - -
MANY SOCIAL FUNCTIONS.
tlcnJ l.ndlcs Untertaln and Are lintcr
talned In Various Pleasant Uvcnts.
Social events in Uend have been
rather numerous during the past
we-tk or ten days, and the ladies of
the town bnve spent several very
pleasant afternoons in various func
tions. Last week Thursday after
noon Mrs Hugh O'Kauc, Mrs. K.
II. Greeiimau nud Mrs. Titos. Uynn
entertained in the lodge hall the
members of the Royal Neighbor
lodge nud n few invited friends.
The feature of the afternoon was n
guessing contest in which thenuswer
to various questions was the sur
name of some Uend person. Miss
Coleman and Mrs A. H. Grant
guessed the same number of an
swers correctly, nnd drew straws
for the prize, a small vase. Miss
Coleman drew the long straw nnd
won. Later the Indies became
very much excited over a game of
'Pit," nfter which refreshments
were served. Those present re
ported a most enjoyable nftcruoou,
Last Friday afternoon Mrs. l' O.
Minor entertained a number of her
lady friends in honor of Mrs. Her
ring, who was to lenvc soon to take
up residence on her homestead.
For the reason that this affair was
about midway between St. Valen
tine's nud St. Patrick's days, the
rooms were tastely decorated with
hearts nud shamrock. lndi .guest
wns requested to 'find her seat at
one ot several tames, on cacti oi
which were four hearts, and on
each heart was the name of one of
the ladies present. Then n plate,
was placed ou the table and ou the
plate were a number of small sham
rocks nud hearts cut from satin and
velvet. The ladies were each given
a lint pin and requested to Wo.ce i
thereon first n shamrock nud then
u heart nud continue, in that order,
but under no circumstances could
the. contestants touch the , little
pieces of cloth. With their hands.
This proved quite a difficult feat
nnd created much sport. Mrs.
Ullis nud Jliss Fay Baldwin ot
Priucvillc ench succeeded in spear
ing 33 of the hearts and shamrocks
nud won the prizes, Mrs. Kills be
ing given a handbag, Miss Baldwin
a lancv uprot Refreshments were
served anti the r.cpiahidei; of the"
afternoon spent iu social chat aud
" " ' " '
listening to music. On this occn
sion Mrs Minor proved herself
as usual a most entertaining
Saturday afternoon Mrs. C. D.
Drown tendered a "shower" in
honor of Miss Pettit, who i soon to
lie wedded to Dr. Pace of Guide
Gate, Neb. Another guessing con
test was in vogue here, iu which
three ladles tied for the head prize -Miss
Coleman, Miss Pettit, nnd
Mrs. Rowe. Lot were drawn and
the prize, n pretty paper knife,
went to Miss Pettit. The bride tolx-
was showered with it number of
flue presents, which were brought
into the room iu a small cart trim
med with white ribbon and drawn
by little Viola Drown and Jnme.
Merrill. Mis Marion Wiest nud
Miss Iva West favored the ladies
with vocal and violin solos, witli
Mrs. Prank McKay accompanist
Refreshments were served and the
ladies departed after having spent a
very pleasant afternoon, and wish
ing Mis Pettit much joy and hap
pnics.s iu her wedded Hie
Lost Sunday Mis Pettit enter
tained the teachers of the school at
n t o'clock dinner nt the Pilot
Butte lull Tuesday evening the
teachers were hostesses to Ml
Pettit nt a 7 o'cJock dinner at the
same popular hostelry. II0U1 occa
sions were very jolly affairs and
much mirth and merriment' pre
vailed. Mis Pettit, who has been n very
popular teacher in the Bend schools
since last September, recently re
sumed her jiositioii and she and Dr
Pace will be married soon. I hey
plan to scud n part of the honey
moon in California and expect to
sec the U S fleet when it reaches
California witters. Mis Pettit has
made many friends iu Bend and
will be sorely missed.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. J. II.
I Icy burn was hostess to nineof her
lady friend, whom she had invited
iu to spend the afternoon. The
ladies took their sewing and while
they .sewed thev chatted as onlv
women enn when their fingers nre
engaged with the needle. Later
dainty refreshments were served,
and the ladies departed after having
spftit n very pleasant nftcruoou.
A RUAL SURPRISE .WfiDDINO.
Popular Newton Olrl Uccomes tJrIJc
of Oregon (Jcntlcman.
One of the most complete surprises
that has ever been sprung on New
ton' s social circle, was thai of Inst
Thursday morning, when Miss Kffie
McLcllcu, one of the handsomest
mid most popular young ladies of
our city, slyly slipped away to Dcs
M6iues, accompanied by Iter lover,
and iu the afternoon at the parson
age of Plymouth Congregational
church was made the bride of Mr.
Charles A. Chapman, by the ven
erable pastor, Uev. A. L. Prisbic,
the only witnesses to the pretty
service being MrsL. A. Grecnlief
of this city, the groom's sister, and
Mr. MackGulushuof Des Moines.
Well, wc arc all now perfectly re
conciled, and no Newton bride has
ever received the universal good
wishes of our people, young and
old, more thoroughly than Miss
Hflie McLclleti, and none has ever
deserved them more.
She is the younger daughter of
Mr. nud Mrs. B. R. McLcllcu, n
favorite of parents and sister, nud
her goinc out of the home takes
from it much of the joy aud sun
shine with which it has always
been blest. The groom is not wholly
a stranger iu this county, although
for many .years he has resided in
Bend, Oregon, wherche is engaged
in, the real, estate business. Ho is
n sou of the late J. O. Chapman,
nnd his childhood was spent in Md
Prairie township, his father's farm
joining that of the McLclldus ou
which lithe s chtluuoou was spent,
nud both attended the same rilral
school nt old Bear Grove school
house. About their first acquaint
ance, was when the pupils gave nu
"Uncle lWs Cabin entertain
ment. In which (E(iie played Jhe
part of little Kva and Charlie per
sonated ojtl Uncle Toit, That
was n 'feood many years ago, vyhen
neither, of them dreamed of what
the future might have in store for
They arc still in Des. Moines,
Cfieice S6efl Oats for Sale.
Wa have (500 bushels of choice
Mammoth White Side Oats
fur sale ut out- farm between Redmond
and I.aidMw, All nicely cleaned nnd in
first class condition for sowing, l'lione
from Bend or - l,aldla w. Have both
phones. Address, " . .
' siumwoon Iiros..
4,9-53 Redmond, Or,
but will return to Newton ui n few
days to rec-i" tin 4 onr.itu'allons
of their friend, ufit-r wlncb flu v
may make a visit with Charlie's
sister, Mrs. Harry Calualia la i
Wichita before Ruin to their '
future home ntTknl Oreou
Newton (Iowa) Jtsvoit, .
It was down in M Nelirik 1
Where the wimln rr hiUI ml lr'tJ
Allil the u-uteni Ol lh I.Ik horn
Murmur onwurd linl ih- ,
That I rmd ntuM country
J'nr hnfly tnrcl th ct
Vliere the toil .rn rnMimi jKojile
Alli'otllil final h rUir ol rt.
Su I thought I'd l.tiv a ! kti.
And I'd H" nki out unit wo
lf the eoiinlrv wo gooitly
As 'tws nilvu'tlMTiI to Ik.
Then I IifmiIH Uit th' inutitty
Where DeocliiUM mint u-m ruar,
MlidiiiK near th town of KMmuod
Itustwaril from the river lrre.
When I taw the Kutgroui lauiltcupc
Stretching lnr Irom rati to vt-t
I cutieltiilril that the rwrK-r-
IIhiI Ml out tle very Wt.
1ivcly crir of -.il' nd tnnuntaln,
Meadow l.unU irl furr-l K'nivl
Met my is" of 'Imlrntion
Hverv Mrhrrr on r-ry hanil.
Sun fit fipliU of tol'lru vrnturc,
Itieher Mill I'l nctvrM-rn,
Nllllltl-nU lktr unci -i IgntiW fountain
tjMr):lnl like Mlvcry .h.-eii
men I knriv 1 l l"'j!i'l t r.junlry
That Milt ImhiuI to lraw aiut clurm,
So I went mt to the- ofTuv
And I Ixiilglll inwlf a farm
Year have jmsm-(I; I'm Mill at Kedmond,
And H'ogrmimti utility inv,
All mc lack ', (l it.
Is lh.it lil.uuwl .! riirwl I in.
Ilut,jrlin) Ulr.nO tlse cnruitt,
Veiling from our toufttog ntuht
Oohtrti dream ol wraith nul nimlaur
There' kv.h of conlina; lhhtj
Then Hurrah for Keliiifttil' future
l'or her enlervr" nml clUruu
And n tiKtr fur hr farmer.
With their iitiltivit .lulUr farms.
Stallion and Jacks for Service.
I have two jicks, one eight and
one coming three years old. which
I am standing at the Baldwin ranch
eight miles en it of Betid, at f 10 for
the season, begiunim; March' 1;
a No one Hambletotuan stnllinu.
evi-n jears oM. S15 for the season
Colts from each can be seen at the
rutich. C L Haton.
Well rooted plautsof .-ntall fruits.
For full information aud prices ad
dress (5itf) !- 0- WntsT,
Notice to the Public.
Notice is hereby given to all
parties that my wife, Nellie Glazier,
lias left my bed aud board and that
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by her. All parties
arc warned auainst cxicnuing
credit to her on my account.
II. E. Glaziuk,
50-S3 Sisters. Orcson.
THE ENDLESS CHAIN
With tlio coming- or iprlnc. xiulrrtta.
KOtiira and mko rats regularly appear,
to devastato tljo netila of growing grain.
ICarl In tho eaon, when their natural
food U aeorc. their numbers may be
greatly tllmlnUhed by n systematic war
rare upon ttem. Kvcry femala kllleU b.
fore tho young aro born, reduces the
number or iou at least ten later on.
"Woodlark" Bqulrrel Poison It the moat
rellulile and destructive agent yet devised
for their extermlnotton. It la an abso
lutely certain .Instrument ot death for
aqulrrela. Kvery kernel la warranted to
kill. Climatic ctiangea. dew, (roat, or the
molaturo of the earth do not effect ll
tnmsth. It require no mixing or prep
aration, and If alwaya ready for use. No
other Is ao good. Dealera will refund th
purelwi price. If not aa claimed. v
Tho lloyt Chemical Co.. Portland. Oregon
When You Faint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results at the
least expense you
should use 4
KJi a a a. av.
I tie ef QrecerlM, Dry.
Hardware always on
FOR ONE WEEK MORE
I Witt GIVE
Free Ond bar
OF LAUNDRY SOAP
with a 35c purchase and this coupoii.
THIS COUPON IS COOD FOR ONIJ BAR OF
with a cash purchase bf-25c. One to a customer.
A. Al. LARA
Remember you MUST bring this coupon if you want the soap
A. M. LARA,
Popular Because of
Ease of Manipulation, Total Visibility, Perfect
Tabulation, Susceptibility to Great Speed,
Firmness in , Construction, Neatness in (
Design, and Convenience of Type for Cleaning.
If the Typewriter you now use lacks
in anyone of these essential points,
the UNDERWOOb is the machine
you will cvcutually buy.
No. 63 Sixth Street,
uiujmy Aklla, Proprietor
First-Class Meals Served at All Hours.
Board by the Week (at Meals) $5kOO.
BREAD FOR SALE.
Open from & a. m. to 12 p. m. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
A. L. HUNTER
In Mutzlg Building ou Oregon SUeet.
GRAND MASK BALL
At Redmond, March xyigoS1. '
Good tnusicrigood floorj.aitd a good
time for all. ' iVx
Prizes will be avrtetded for beat cos
tume, lady; best costume,' gent;
best character, lady; best charac
Tickets, Jt.oo. Supper 50c per
couplet served iu ball.
Douf!t Totitt'tfee date--- 'J
Mttrck 17; it, Patrick's Nlsbt.
The Pioneer Telegraph
and Telephone Company
Telegrams Forwarded to Auy Tart
ol ilie World.
with I-orUantl, rriueville and alt
Pacific Coast cities.
Public Pay Stations
In Bank Bujdtnf: at Bend, at Laid ,i
UW hnX l)vcll Buttes, $
lVrfllf..1 .j.WvlrA In n... . nf I
Crodk-CcHittty south of Crooked ij
HENRY L; WH1TSETT
-Ilorse Shoeing' sid
FirtfCriw AVrfc OtVutwJ