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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1908)
Frank 01as4 of Kcditiouil wan n
btnliu-nn vlrtitor lit Uend the find of
The Mori ill Co tins t fine line of
new ImU fot tliu ladle. Make your
Hn-Hcr nelectloii tliercfrotn.
The Ladles' Library Club will
hold Its next icKiiWr uicttlni: with
Mm. Clmn. I) Howe on Tticsilny
JJkkh for Imtclilntf from pure
bred IihIIiiii Kiininr ilnckN, 1.35
lcr .HUltiiiK- W. 1'. HowiihtB.
llcml, Oickoii. 30tr
. The llcml nrcbrttra will lvc nn
Informal nodal dance tonight lit the
Ltiru hull. No Miwr will l
jorved. TlckeU. 75 cunt.
A flue Hue of Hunter poitnl cnnln
are now on display nt the newn
M11111I. Uuuicinbor your ilbtuut
friend by mhuIIiik them one.
Dr. Coe roiwtlH 11 lioy born to
Mr. uiul Mm. H C. Iminele lnt
Moiidny. h9. mill Mm. Iminele
me liirmem IIvIiib two milci north
of Redmond. 1
W. II KIiir. n civil engineer ol
Pendleton, nrtlvctl in these jmrts
Monday to Hike uj cii'.iucriu;
work 011 the Columbia Southern
IrrlKiitlutt Cu.'h n'yMcin.
It In tccttiiiK time to make garden
nod lltn llcml Mews ntniid am Mip
ply you with nil kfndi of kcciI. In
cluding ouloit Wis. Alfalfa mid
clover .seed mIo in Mock.
I,et everyone leutentlier the sale
of hot popcorn nnd ltouieniHtlc
onndy nt J. I. Wet'H furitiiure
More next Suturdny. You know
the proceed will KP for the benefit
of the lkml library nud rcndliiR
A tMtu bclourltiK to the I). I. &
1'. Co became lrinlilcued nt 1111
automobile Modduy nud mnde h
lively daub down Wall street. They
rnu down to boit the Cottor place
when they tang led up with a tree
County School Siiciliitctidciit
Dinwiddle wa in lliid the first ol
the week mteiiOiUK to the prvparn
tlon of 11 program for the education
nl meeting that U to lw held in
lUud next Saturday evening. The
piogrnm ii given in full In ntiolher
A recent nutchnwr of ditch land
in this vicinity i Uvva L. Hcfccr
.son of Ilellinghnm, Wash., who
liai purcbaied the ')4 of the
NWtf of ike. 17- 5-1 3- This
trnet lias about one mile wont of Red
mond. Max Klcbardsou cloml
J. C. Hall, formerly of Cle Ilium.
Wab., ha moved with h family
to llund and is occupying " limine
cast of the J I. West horn. Mr.
llall own 8ocrt of ditch land
jtut north ol tbc Johnston ranch
and Intends to move auto it nud de
velop it juiit on soon m he can
build hint n hauc.
Keglstrntion in the Itend pie
oiuct up to 5 o'clock Tuesday after
noon, the time that the liookn
closed, In n U Hows: Republicans.
53; democrats, ii; socmlUw. 1;
total, 65. In Deadline precinct:
Republicans, .t;; democrats, 33; in
dopcmlunt, 1; prohibition, 1; so
cialist, 1; no party, 1; total 64.
W. C Congletou of l'aullna, who
is seeking the democratic nomina
tion for tihcrlff, was In Uend Satur
day look'ug uiu-r matters political
Mr. Congletou is a longtime rest
dent of Crook county, has n wide
DANDRUFF AND Kw
are but outward signs ol the evil
done In secret by myriads ol dan
Jrulf germs snpplng,lhe life blood
of tbc hair. Micro kills the para
site, soothes the itching scalp,
gives lustre to tbe hair and stops
It falling out. A single application
elves relief sod proves Its worth.
Save ypur hair before too late.
Micro prevents baldness. It Is a
delightful dressing for the hair,
free from grease and sticky oils.
Ask your druggist (or free booklet
1 HOYT CHEMICAL CO,
acn,uaiiittinpc, inifj to known to
ninny of the votc'm nn lie formerly
held the name office to which he
Have you noticed tlv new liutH
for the Indies 011 display in the
Merrill Co.'n window? They nrc
handsonio otienun, the Intent styles.
Rev. Mitchell, will prench next
Sunday nt t't it. in. Oh' "Home as a
Test of Chnrhptcr 'nnd n Hcfugc."
At 7130 on "Home iih n Stifeiniiud
nud it Type of Heaven." A con
gregations meeting will be held
Immediately following the morning
nervlce, to which nil nrc invited.
Christian Endeavor nt 6:.J5. Topic,
"Tcthicnincc." Lender, Mm.
Mm. A. II. Hstcbeuct nud Mm. I.
L, Hcoficld cutertnliiod the Royal
Neighbors in the lodge hall hint
week Tliiirndny nftcrnooti. Mm.
O'Knnc won the grnnd prize n
pretty vase in a guessing contest
and Mm. Creed Triplett got the
convolution prize, n smnll phi tray
Refreshments nud various games
passed the afternoon nwny very
pleasantly for those present.
M. A. Lehman of O'Neill was in
llcml recently in the Interests of
his campaign for the republican
nomination of county sticriui:ti
dent of schools Mr. Lehman said
he wus very much pleased with the
reception his candidacy was receiv
ing over the county. He favors
the building up of a complete pub
lic school system in all parts of the
county as the county develops,
nud takes the stand that those
towns tlint nrc able to support n
high school should certainly have
Word teaches Hcod from J. II
Wciiaudy nt l'hilipsbtirg, Mont.,
thnt upon the death of his grand
mother he was appointed adminis
trator of the estate. In order to
accept the appointment it Vfas
necessary for him to resign ns a
member of the Uend city council,
as the Montana law requires that
an administrator in that Mate can
not hold office in another state.
Mr. Weuandy's resignation was
accepted Wednesday at n sKcial
meeting of the council. His suc
cessor was not chosen.
The white breasted martins, with
their cheerful chatter, have returned
to Ilcud this spring, taken up their
abodes in last summer's nests, nud
arc busily preparing for the rearing
of this season's brood. These hand
some little birds arc great destroy
ers of insects that harm fruit nnd
otner aimcuiturai crops ami suotiui
l protected. They urc e.sjK-cInlly
valuable to the cotton growers of
the South in helping to destroy the
boll weevil, nu insect that plays
havoc with the cotton. The birds,
while migrating to and Irom the
North, feed on these pests while
IMtaiug over the cotton fields.
A very pretty wedding took place
Monday, March 30, when Miss
(.oldie West Gray became the wife
of Clateucc Q. Stover.
The bride Is the iioptilar nnd ac
complished daughter nf J. H. Gray,
at wliotc liome, near rost, 111c cere
mony was not formed. Mr, Stover
Is a promising young man, recently
fiom Council Grove, Kan., but
now ranching uunr Tost, where the
young couple will make their home
Til., ceremony was tier formed by
Rev. C. A. House! of I'rineville in
the presence of a number of rela
tives uiul menus.
The bride was
tired in a gown
lawn nud wore orange blossoms in
her hair. The groom wore the
conventional black, with n spray
of orange blossoms iu his button
hole. After the ceremony, the
bridal couple, with the guests, sat
down to n splendid wedding din
ner, the table groaning under nu
nbutidaiit supply of nil the good
things possible to obtain. Many
beautiful presents were received,
The bride is the daughter of J. I.
West of Uend and has lived with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gray since she was
six years oldj
READINd ROOM. OPEN.
Librarian Hired and Institution Will
Ho Open Rcgulnrly Hereafter.
The Ladies' Library Club of
Uend have provided the I units with
which to pay the salary ot a libra
tlau for n short time nt least, and
Mrs. Wilson has been procured to
net as librnrinu for the Uend library
and reading room. The room will
be open hereafter each evening
of silk Persian
rented, nnd on Wcdncmlny nud
anuirony niicriioonn iium 3 w 5
Th'p library board ban received
word from the Oregoil Library
Commission thnt a library of 48
volumes will be shipped to the'
Ilcud institution nt once, and the
books nrc expected to nrrlve nt nny
time. The llbrnry has subscribed
for a goodly list of niagn jliica and
crlodlcals ns follows:
1'omilnr Science Monthly.
Kcvicw of Review.
Sntnrday Itrciilng 1'o't.
I, nil I en' Heme Journnt.
The I'nrui Journal.
Uesidcs the traveling library that
wilt soon arrive, the Ilcud institu
tion has n library of its own of some
50 volumes of fiction and non-fiction
works These can now be
lKrrowed by the public ntnny time.
The rending room is being well
patronized hi tbc short Vjme that It
has been open, which Indicates that
when the new books arrive and
ufter the organization ban iiottcn
down onto u good running basis
this institution will be a very popu
lar one, well patronized nnd will do
The ladies' club willscll hot two-
corn nnd homemad! candy next
Saturday nftcrnooti In J. I West's
furniture store, beginning at 2
o'clock. The proceeds will go to
the benefit of the library, hence the
sale should be well patronized.
l'oley' Orlno I.nxtivc I the lt for
uniii-ii unit children. IU itnM action
ami leiKint tnttc liukc ll preferable to
violent purgmivr, micii pun, iuici,
etc. Cure coimliMtton. v. . Jicr-
fence I'oxt Wnntad.
Wanted, 700 juuliVi fsAs deli
ercd three mili-H-i-iist ol Ilcud 1
Sea 35. fit, J II Dkncku
Sunday, April 12
The New Store
"The Best Ever"
An entirely new line.
Sec my window display for
styles, then come in nud get your
size. I have a few hats on my
Better sec them before they rc
THIS STORK WILL CLOSK AT C.30 V. M, flVRRV DAY
BUT SATURDAY AND BIv CLOSKD ALL DAY SUNDAY
A. M. LARA
A NEW LINK OV THE
BEST SEEDS FOR THIS
Look at These
Alfalfa dry land, per lb. 25c
Red Clover, per 5b 25c
Timothy, per lb 12aC
Blue Grass, per lb 20c
Vetches, per lb 8c
a full lino of garden and
flower seeds. Just the
kind you want. All
seeds aro guaranteed
No last years
... mumm nmvmtnti nrer imtactiuM
As well as every business man should
have a bank account.
Because: Y,0lir monpy Js saar '" tyQ Pan tin
' anyVvhefe else.
Paying your bills Uy check is th"
simplest ami most f onyentent method.
Your check becomes a voucher for the
debt It pays.
It givae you a better standing with business
Money in tbp bank strengthens your credit.
A bank account leaches, helps and encour
ages you to save.
This bank docs all the bookkeeping.
Your bank book is a record of your business.
To those desiring Banking Connections with a well
established Bank, we extend our services!
The Central Oregon Banking &
John Steidl , Lumberman ajl Timber Owner.
U. C. Coo..'. Phjriicliu and Surgeon.
H. P. J. McDonald Mayor of Uend.
E. A. Sather Merchant
J. 0. Heyburn Cashier
A FINE LINE OF
RANGING IN PRICE
$1.50 to $$.00
JUST ARRIVED AT
J. I. West's
Central Oregon Realty Company
(Successor to C. D. Drown & Co.)
BEND, - OREGON
DHAI.KRS IN AW. KINDS OP
Central Oregon Real Estate
Tinyber and Desert Lands a Specialty
,' We buy or sell your land no matter where situated. We can sup
ply you with any class of land at any time. Call on us or write foe
HUati O'KANE, Prop.
MOST CBNTHAMA I.QCATfiD IIOTBL IN BEND.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
Harness & Saddles
Harness Oil. Complete Line of
Oencral Strap Work.
A. L. HUNTER
E. C. PARK
Importer and Breeder of
Poland China Hogs
Black Langshan Chickens
Young Stock for Sale.
Well rooted plants of small fruits.
For full information and prices ad
dress (5HO L. D. Wiiisr,
Irom 7 to 9 o'ciock, suuuays ex