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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1908)
Lookout for )n!i)t nt tle post
office, ns the buil(Hiir is liolujr, re
The Ladles' Aid ofthe M. It.
nliurch will meet with MrH, A. C.
fucns next Wednesday nt 3:30
1?KK8 for Iintclilnir from pure
bred Indian Huiiucr ducks. fi.25
per nctiliiK. W. P. Downing,
Jleiul, Oregon, jotf
I'oitumster Grant wishes The
llullttlu to remind the people that
their txstoflice box rent is now due
nml should lc pnld.
I.wtt Buckskin-roan pony with
middle and bridle on desert. Kc
tutu to owner n ml receive reward.
II. J. OvituTimi'.
A. C. Lucas will noon build an
ndditlou onto the Pilot Iluttc Inn
0 lie used as n bath house. Ium
icr is now on the ground.
A fine Hue of Hauler postal cards
arc now on display at the news
Maud. JKomcinbcr your dlitnut
friends by bending them one.
Rev. Mitchell will preach next
Monday nt 1 1 a in. on the topic,
"Lesions from Hlijob." At 7530
pit "How God l'ccila I Hi Children."
It Is netting time to make' garden
mid the Mend news stand can sup
ply you with nil kinds of seeds, in
cluding onion sets. Alfalfa nud
clover need also in stock,
Puncial services for the infant
child of Mr. and Mrs. C. li. Woods
were held nt the home Inst Satur
day nud Interment was made In the
llcnd cemetery, Kev. Mitchell ofii
II. II. Davlcs, who has been
spending the winter in California,
i expected to return to llcnd soon.
It is reported that he has bought u
fine automobile and will drive It in
when he comes.
Dnn Hclshur reports that he will
have from 10 to 30 acres seeded to
timothy and clover on bis home
Held this season, lie Is building n
ditch to divert water from the Turn
cllo for Irrigation purposes.
J. A. Iloyd, n son-in-law of Mrs
J. O. Johnston, has arrived nud
will establish residence on the John
ktou much preparatory to making
final proof as required by law. Mrs,
Bowl will come soon from the liast
to join her husband.
W. II. Stoats has just received n
lot of fine eggs for hatching from
the well known jKiultry farm of J
P. White, Callstoga, Calif. These
eggs arc from u prize winning pen
0 1 the Nnpp strain, S. C, White
Leghorns the hen that lays 300
eggs a year.
K. K. Leonard returned to llcnd
Tuesday accompanied by Mrs
Leonard and they will take up res
idence at once on an Soacrc tract ol
ditch land which Mr Leonard re
cently purchased. Mr. nud Mrs
Lvounrd formerly lived nt Coeur d'
Caldwell, Lara, Sathcr and West,
llcnd merchants, have n greed t
close their places of business nt
6:30 p. m on nud nftcr April 1,
Saturdays excepted; also to remain
closed all day Sunday. Head the
display ad. announcing this in an
Miss Qoldlc West, daughter of
J. I. West of llcnd, will be married
next Monday nt 4 o'clock to n Mr.
Stover, a young rancher of the
Priuevillc country. The wedding I
wll take place at the home of the
bride' u foster parents, Mr. nud Mrs.
jlcnry Grny, 35 miles cast of Princ
vllle up the Ochoco.
Dr. P. II. Dcncer is having a
house built on his ditch land which
lies n short distance cast of llcnd.
just cast of Pilot Iluttc. The house
will measure 14x34 feet with 16
foot posts. A small barn is also
liclng built. L. G. aud Prank
Walker nre doing the work. In
the meantime the doctor and Mrs
Penccr nrc occupying temporarily
the rooms over the Chapman store.
HENRY L. WHITSETT
Horse 'Shoeing; and
' General Blacksniithing
,1 1 .
First Class Work (luaranteed.
located hi the old Bliclilou iliop,
All the popular magazines are
carried at the Bend new stand,
If you want good reading look over
Mr. Grants list,
Mr. nud Mrs. Prank McKay left
Wednesday morning for Wclscr,
Idaho, where they will make their
future home. They were accotn
panted ns far as Priuevillc by Mrs,
Lucas aud Mr. llerliu. Little Marie
llerllu accompanied Mr. nud Mrs.
McKay nud will upend the summer
with them nt Wclscr.
Attorney Ileuson has received
notice that the Qcncrnl Land Office
had nlhrmcd the decision of the
officials at The IJjIIcs in the con
test of d. M. Swallcy vs. Lcoau
I'clarskc, the decision by The
Dalles officials having been in favor
of Mr, Pclarske. Attorney Ileuson
handled the case for Mr. Pclarske.
A Ufa nt Staka
Your Ufa mi) lie nt lUke when you
notice Atiy slen of kidney or Mulder
ttoulilc ai llrlglit' illscnse nud dialictci
Murt with' a Blight Irrci'iiUrlly that
rmilil I rjtdrkly cured liy I'olcy'n
Klilncy Itemed)' Commence tnkinu It
nt the flul nlgii of danger. C. W. Slcr
Small Hoys Touch Off Powder,
The following article from the
Madras Pioneer tells how a former
llcnd youngster, the sou of J. II,
Pilcy, got badly burned while play
ing with powder:
"Harold Kiddle nud thclittlc son
of Mr. Pilcy were quite severely
burned Inst Wednesday by the ex
plosion of a small quantity of gun
jxnvdcr to which they touched a
match. The little fellows were
playing over ucnr the slaughter
pen when they found n thuinb-fctall
filled with tiowdcr, whlcli had been
thrown away by Jim Hurt, who
had used It as a poultice for a felon
on his thumb. Pouring out the
powder on the ground the boys
crowded around it to sec it 'go off'
when they touched n mntch to it.
(loth of the boys were burned about
the face more or less, but little Har
old Kiddle was so severely burned
that he has liccn confined to his
bed during the week, under the
care of Dr. Long. The skin
was burned off of his face In lurirc
patches, and within a few moments
iftcr the explosion his eyes were
entirely closed by the swelling aud
A. M. LARA S. C. CALDWELL
E. A. SATHER
J. I. WEST
life companion hud to lend him
back to town It was feared Jhut
his 'eyes were injured, but when
the swelling was reduced it wuk
found fjint only the exterior of the
lids wau burned. The little Pilcy
boy wns hIko burned quite severely,
but his InjurKs were not serious
enough to confine him to his bed.
KK'liMW), March iy When ?ne
droit Into noelry. be It never so uood.
or when one write mionymous letter
Mime one iilwnyn linn to I my Hie twiuilly.
So niAiiv folk seem lo think themselves
ciilltln) (on little limlilc Information.
Home one writing to The liullcflii hn
used one of your retteries' unmei, still
It Is ft common a one that we cannot
feel Hist nuy undue liberty has leu
taken The only undue liberty I on
tlio tin ft of those who accuse the reiortcr
of Itelug nblc to IimhIIc the uglUll
inngua)c 10 lucit goon purpose a urceu
ham. The iuMueraile on St 1'alrlck'i nl(ht
wa well Attrniled by a crowd who
thoroughly rnlovcd theinelvri. Uncle
Sain took the jirirc for lcst character,
iniieronated by Mr. Norwood, Who
took the other wc iW not learn,
Two late comer are Mr. I'lle and
Karl llcntoii wliolUc north of McCuflie'i
where Mr. I'lle hai a forty.
Mr. KsiiMr will be a new settler In a
few day. Mr. K. I already located,
but wc did not learn where.
The forty hai breu wild again where
Mr. Klchardnou from Tcimswc lived,
till time to an actual settler whose name
we did not learn.
C. I.. I)wther, Methodist, preached hl
firyt Kedmoud sermon eiterday to a
jjood sired coiiKreKatiou, A we have
Mid before, somebody will oon have to
furnish more teats for public eatheriiiK.
Quarterly mectliiK will be held the even
iiig ol April 6,
Word received from I. I,. Iverton
tatc that he Midship hi good for
Kedmoud about the last of thi month.
He has leased C. M. Kedficld'a house
for a year and has rented the Geo, Wood
store building, and we will soon have
another store to take crc of the ever
J. O. MrCuflle I home from Ileud for
quite a vlilt.
l'rlcnds of V. T. Kedmoud quite
plrusantly surprised him nud Mr H.
on Saturday night, Games, sociability
1 1 II T T rii'i
How Cough Oerrrs Multiply
When you have a cold the mucous
membrane; I inflamed and the disrate
Kerult which you breathe find lodgement
aud multiply, ciccially the pneumonia
germ. I'oley' Honey and Tar soothe
mid heals the Inflamed air passage, stop
the cough nnd expel the cold from your
syitem. Kefuse substitutes. C. W.
RELIEVING that all interests
will be served equally as well,
we, the undersigned merchants of
Bend, hereby agree to close our
respective places of business at
6:30 p. . m. on and after April 1st,
We also agfee to remain closed
all day Sunday and respectfully
request our customers to be gov
ami refreshment wtc indulged In until
it Inte hour,
Mr, nud Mrs. II, I' T"'y were bust
lir vMtor nt Q'Nejl today. They
wll joii be Instnlled In the hotel there
mrlng for the transient and permanent
Word received from Miss Muinn Indl
cntv that she reached Hunuyilde, Wash
iiigtoii, in good shape nud Isnow visiting
Mrs. Mandereheld hn returned to
UkUhoma but state that If the doesn't
like It there she In coming back, Mean
while Tom is batching it and ha rented
the f-r m to W. I Gibson who will noon
Mr Matter ha so far recovered that
she U able lo partially resume her house
Mis Kruger has returned lo her home
after an extended visit here.
Inkllnjf at Gist.
Out, March il-(hir school will be out I'rMsy.
March 17. 1'roT, Arriiunlcr. our tcschrrhre,
will drnsrt on MdrUy (or his home at Mdri
hr he will sptnd a few days, anJ from there
he wm ko 10 me hupec eouoirj' wnere rte ns a
rtinol fur the summer.
!'olinsilrr Oltt sin) wife (pent Sunday at the
uaiwjll rmicil III llie uiVTCKiair wunirjr,
lames fuller of Die Clurerdale country will
Irutlil flume vn yards long: to aupply water fr
It's liimetear It will take jowoftrt of lumlier
10 tmtiii 11
Horn, to the wife of Walter Crahain, a dsuihltr
Mother and babe dome, nicely.
I'Mtnuiter OUt has a uew name these da) s.
They call III m grandpa.
Mr Monroe and faintly offillrtr Mketre
vUlllii(l Mr tlurkhard'a. Mr. Monroe forrair,
1 owue-l the Dr McKcnnry place
Oeot je Tajrlor oTnearCrrefc ami formerly or
me n'Mera evuuiry, oieu at morriiic much iv.
Ills remains were brought to the Camp J"uVe
ceutelery lor burial
Clyde Johnton hail the mlWortunt to tote a
valuable mare our day last week while plowing.
The Inare was eenilngly III good lirallh, but all
of sudden shedicppat lu the furrow and dUd
without a strugglr.
Well rooted plants of small fruits.
Por full information aud prices ad
dress (sitf) L. I). WIKST,
The Pioneer Telegraph
and Telephone Company
Telegram Forwarded to Any Tart
of the World.
with Portland, Prineville and all
Pacific Coast cities.
Public Pay Stations
In Ilauk Dulding at Hend, at Laid
law aud Tow ell Iluttc.
Messenger service to any part of
Crook County south of Crooked
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j'n" 'gU.svr a a
A FINK LItfK OP
RANGING IN PRICI'f
$1.50 to $5.00
JUST ARRIVKD AT
J. I. West's
S. C. CALDWELL
STOVES, TIN and GRANLTli-
WARE, WINDOWS, DOORS.
PAJNT, OILS and GLASS.
GAS ENGINE OIL,
Lime and Cement.
COAL OIL and GASOLJNE.
Hotel Bend Restaurant
Jimmy Aklta, Proprietor
First-Class Meals Served at All Hours.
Board by the Week (21 Meals) $6.00.
BREAD FOR SALE.
Open from S a. m. to 12 p. m. YOUR PATRONVGE SOLICITED.
(Successor to C.
Central Oregon Real Estate
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
f We buy or sell your land no matter where situated. We can sup
ply you with any class of land at any time. Call oh us or write for
HUOH O'KANB, Prop.
MOST CENTRALLY LOCATKD HOTEL IN BEND.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
A. L. liUNTER
In Mutilg Building on Oregon Street.
Notice to the Public.
Notice is hereby given to all
parties that my wife, Nellie Glazier,
has left my bed aud board and that
I will not.be responsible for any
debts contracted by her. All parties
are warned against extending
credit to her on my account.
H. E. Glazirk,
50-33 Slttcrg, Ortsou.
DRIED and CANNED FRUIT
BACON and HAMS.
PRINEVILLE and' MADRAS.
A full lino of nil kinds of
a ' i
" i .v S
D. Brown &.C0.)
A LI. KINDS OP
I have just recently opeeed
shop in Bend and am prepared
to do all kinds of
Horse Shoeing, Wagea am! Plow
Work and Oeaeral Bkcksmltktajr
Every piece of work that leaves
the shop is guaranteed to be
if I solicit a share of your pat
E. C. PARK
Importer and Breeder of
Poland China Hogs
Black Langshan Chicken
YetMg Stcek far SU.
JUtDMONS, . QfcJKKMJ