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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1908)
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Bargains in Remnants and
White Wash Waists
Do not fail to hcc our remnants of
"(HiiKluim" WaistliiKS etc., just the thing
for clilklrou's scliool dresses and waists. I
have a few White Wash Waists left, all
good values at regular prices, that I will sell
for just half price imtll dosed out.
A Ui WAIST I'OK $1.45
Rouietulwr there arc only
u ' ir. "JjEf'
Uidies, BbAR. in mind that we have
a nice line Children's BEAR SKIN
LOA. 1 O hi white and tan, at, each....
ALSO THK WHITE AND (JREV REAR KIN CLOTH
RVTHE YARD, si INCHES WIM PER VAIU)
ROOTEES. KNIT I.EC.OINS, A NEW UN'E
OF SHOES, SOIH' SOLUS AND STRAP SUPPERS I'OR
THK RARY. AM. OK THESE THINGS AT
Where you get RICIIIT (1()()I)S nt RIGHT I'RKIUS Always.
A. M. LARA'S
G. J. Spencer lias recently pur
chasd four lots in block 39, city of
Tukeu look nt The Bulletin's
jowuship pints before you buy
'Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns Eriekson
wetc In lleml during the week from
their much on Rear Creek.
' Joint S. Pnrmenter wno released
from quarantine Tuesday, having
recovered from the .smallpox.
' j! N. Hunter ami W. II. Staats
returned from n two weeks trip to
L'o Aland last Friday evening.
I A social dance will be Riven in
I.arn's hall Saturday evening to
which all arc cordially invited.
Max Richardson, who is with
the Central Oregon Railroad sur
veyors, was in lleml last Sunday.
, Milk uud cream for sale; first
'house east of Mrs. C. A. Jones'
residence, W, H. Piiillu'H. 30'33
few, so come early.
For Mile: Three-year-old mare
broke to ride hud drive, with sad
die and bridle, 50. Call at this
Dr. Coe reports thut n 9 lb.
boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. J
A. Drown at Redmond last Friday
Poultry dressed or alive always
on hand. I.ayiufc hens and pullets
about to lay, for sale. Wji, Down
ims, lleiulj Or. 28tf
We will have in 20 boxes of Hood
River peaches next week. These
will be the last of the season, so get
In your orders early. Kkllky it
Attorney V. l'.( Myqrs nd
"Uncte 'iVank,'f Nichols were up
froinXaldfnv Monday evening to
attend the speech delivered by
During the past week Millard
Tripled has been building n house
In the eastern part of town for V
R. Phlllipj. The structure meas
ures 16x76 with nine-foot posts.
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. O'Connor
left Tuesday afternoon for Port
land. They went over the moun
tains with W. J. McGillvray, who
will bring back n load of fruit with
The Ladies' Library Club will
serve waffles at the Steele building
all day Saturday, beginning at 7:30
in the morning With the waffles
they will wrvc either coffee or
II. F,. Allen is now ncting
cashier for the Central Oregon
nankin- & Trust Company, and
M. O. Cue has tcmjKirarily taken
Mr. Allen's place in the C. 0. D.
Yearling, home grown fruit trees
for sale, at rnnch three miles from
Rend on Priueville road sign of
ted born. Will be nt ranch Nov. 2
to 15. Howaui) SriNiNO, IJend,
The how house has been moved
to the city's new lot south and cast
of the Aunc hotel, and the hose
curls and alt other fire fighting
(Kiraphernnlia will be found there
in case of fire.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Chapman
left Tuesday afternoon for Eugene,
driving over the mountains with
their private rig. Mr. and Mrs.
Chapman will spend the winter at
different points in the Valley.
I am now-agent for the DcLnval
cream M-jwrntor. and have one of
these machines in stock. Step in
and examine it. Tiny are a great
convenience ami money saver for
the dairyman. IJ.A. Sathkx. artf
The forestry service has esti
mators at work in the timber south
east of lleml that was burned last
summer, and will advertise the
titular on the burned tract for sale
as soon as the estimates arc com
For Salh 160 acres. Rest ranch
in the Sisters country. So acres in
clover, a million feet of yellow pine
on the other So. Good water right.
Corvallis ft Eastern survey near.
Houm! and bnru. $2,000 cab It, time
on balance. This is a snap. C.
If you like fresh chocolates and
the very finest made you should
step into Kelly & AldridR's. They
nave a tine line, just arrived.
William Rcuiolds of I. nG ramie.
Or., was recently in Heud and
bought ditch laud. He will return
here in about three mouths and be
gin developing his property. In
the meantime The Rullcttn will
keep him osted regarding the
news in this scctioh.
As we go to press word reaches
The Hulletiu that W. J. McGili
vray, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. O'Cott
nor, and Mr. and Mrs. Chapman
were unable to cross the mountains
and turned back at Sisters. Mr.
and Mrs. O'Connor will take the
stage at Redmond, and Mr. and
Mrs. Chapman will drive through
to The Dalles. Deep snow fell in
the moutaius during the recent
ore but outward signs ol the oil
done in secret by m rlads ol dan
Jrull germs sapping the life blood
of the hair. Micro Kills the para
site, sooth;s the Itchlog scalp,
elves lustre to the hair and stops
It (ailing out. A single application
elves relief aod proves Its worth.
1 Save your hair before too late
Micro prevents uawncis. it is a
dcllghtfuli dressing for the hair,
free front grease and" sticky oils.
Ask your druggist for free booklet
HOYT CHEMICAL CO,
D. L. McKay of Portland and E.
C. Mueller of Davenport, Iowa., of
the Mueller Lumber Company, arc
spending a few days in IJend this
week looking after the company's
Interest's in this section. The Muel
ler company owns a large tract of
timber along the Deschutes,
I have returned from Portland
with 400 samples of wall paper
ranging from 7c up. As I stated
before, there is no letter booster
for any community than a good
painter with a brush in his hands,
so If you want either papering or
painting done, call on me. N. P.
WitiDiat. 31 tf
Kd. Halvorstn is making some
.substantial improvements on his
dcMjit claim these days. He is
building a two-wire fence around
the entire tract, with the posts set
eight feet apart. He will nlso clear
quite a little laud, and by spring
plans to have about 25 acres ready
for the plow. .
Fred Ilunnell returned to Rend
Tuesday after .spending the sum
mer nt the old home in Nebraska.
He was accompanied by his broth-'
cr, W. II. Ilunnell and family, and
by a nephew, Fred Van Matre.
These latter gentlemen will locate
in these parts and W. II. will un
doubtedly buy ditch laud.
The DeMoss Lyric Hards, a fam
ily of vocal and instrumental musi
cians that has been belore the pub
lic for years and has toured Amer
ica many times aud liurope at least
once, will give their entertainment
in Rend on Oct. 27, under the au
spices of the Ladies' Aid of the M.
Iv. church. Watch next week's
issue for further announcements.
Mrs Win. Orcutt had a runaway
Wednesday, but fortunately no
serious damage was done. As she
was driving along near the J. I.
Wes,t place in Lytle, a singletree
came looc aud struck one of the
horses on the heels as it fell. They
started to run, but Mrs. Orcutt suc
ceeded in heading them into a juni
per before any damage was done.
A. Koeuig of Tacoma, Wash.,
has been spending the week in
Rend, having come to look after
some ditch land which he recently
purchased. This is Mr. Koenig's
first trip to Rend and he is very
much pleased with the country in
general, and thinks it has a bright
future. He says he will probably
move here in about a year and de
velop his laud.
The Woodmen of Rend partici
pated in a Very pleasant little gath
ering last Saturday evening. L,
P. Rounds, deputy head consul for
Hastcrn Oregon, was present aud
delivered a lecture to the lodge, af
ter which refreshments were served
In the hall, aud later those who
wished in&aged m dancing. There
was a good attendance aud nil had
an enjoyable time.
The D. I. & P. Co. have put on
a construction crew cast of Rend
which will be kept busy during the
winter building laterals in that sec
tion. The crew comprises some 35
or o men nnd about 15 teams.
Most ol the land lying cast of Reu$
for several miles has been sold and
the company is anxious to get It' all
under water as soon, as possible
that is, get the laterals built to
The geological surveyors have
finished their work in these1 parts
and have returned tox Ashland..
They found the elevation at Priue
ville to be 2872 feet. Several years
ago another crew of surveyors ran
a line into Priueville from the di
rection of Rums, aud this later crew
that worked jn from Ashland came
8AVED MIS UOY'S LIFE.
"My thrtc-year-oM boy was Ixiilly con
stiputcil, bail .1 high fever and uu In mi
iwvful condition. I t"vc lilm two doses
of l'oley'h Orino T.nxativc and tlic next
morning tlic fever was K'e al,d be was
entirely well. 1'oley's Qnna I.nxuthc
wived til life." A. Wolkiuli, Cat inter,
Wls-C. W. Merrill, druggist,
within less than a foot of the alti
tude of tli3 former crew. At Powell
Ruttcs station the altitude is 3275
feet, nnd nt the cross roads not far
from the station ft is 3251.
Millard Tripled has bought the
furniture stock and business of J I.
West, and will conduct that busi
ness hereafter. Mr. Triplett plans
to install a small manufacturing
plant in a few weeks in the rear of
the furniture store, and will order a
gasoline engine, turning lathe, and
baud saw. Thus equipped he will
be able to manufacture moat of hut
cheaper, rougher furniture, and ul
so intends to turn out porch pillar's,
brackets, aud similar work. Mr
Triplett has had years ol exper
ience in a furniture factory in the
South, and will give Rend aud
vicinity a first-class furniture store
A cabin recently built by the
national forest men in these parts
was put up in compliance with plans
that had been scut out from Wash
ington, and it is wonderful to be
hold. The walls of the cabin arc
only one thickness of light boards,
while the roof is a heavy concern,
so heavy that the walls bulged aud
it was necessary to prop tbctn up
with jack pine poles. Rut the
strangest and most ridiculous part
of all is that through the center of
the buildlng.thcrc is an open lobby
large enough to lead a horse
through, with the kitchen on one
side and the living room on the
other. The men are wondering
what dolt made such plans for a
rangers' cabin. It might be all
right in southern California, but is
somewhat amiss for Central Oregon
A fair sized audience greeted
Senator Clias. W. Fulton in Rend
last Monday evening, when the
Senator appeared here to deliver a
political address in behalf of the
republican party ami of the candi
dacy of William H. Taft for presi
dent of the United States. No
preliminary program had been pre
pared, and' after the introduction of
the speaker Senator Fulton took the
platform and delivered a stirring
address of an hour aud a half at
tacking the policies of the demo-
Timber Claims Wanted.
Patties having timber claims sit
uated south of Rend adjoining or
wttlitu a few miles of tue Deschutes
river are requested to write to the
undersigned if the claims arc for
sale. J. D. Honkyma.v,
Because! our ny's safer 'n tne Dan tnan
- Paying' your bills by check is the
simplest and most convenient method.
Your check becomes a voucher for the
debt it pays.
It gives you a better standing with business
.. Moucy iu the bank strengthens your credit.
A bank account teaches, helps aud encour
ages you to save.
This bank does all the bookkeeping,
Your bank book is n record Of your business.
To those desiring Banking'Coitaoctioiis with a well
established Bank, we extend cur services.
The Central Oregon Banking 2k
1' . ' DIRECTORS:
dohr) Steldl.n...., Lumberman ami Timber Owner.
Xl.-C.JCoe 1'hysician and Surgeon
1J. P. J. McDonald..,...,....,., Merchant
E. AsSAther.......,., Merchant
H, t. Allen , Cashier.
crat p.ntv and arguing In favor of
th se of hi own pWrtjv He pre
faced his nddriss with a few re
m.irks complimentary to litis sec
lion 1 f the state and then launched
into his argument. The speaker
commanded the close attention of
his audience for about an hour nut'
a half, and advanced several sounc'
arguments why the voters should
stand by the republican party and
elect William H. Taft to the presi
dency. The Senator's address Is
considered more fully in our cdt
torial columns. Tuesday morning
Senator Fulton was taken to PitnC
ville in the D. I". &. P Co.'s autd
mobile, where he spoke that even
nit: He was accompanied to the
ouiity tat by Dr Coe While lit
Rend the bsuator was tlic guest ol
Mr. aud Mrs. Ro.scoc Howard.
Married Man In Trouble.
A Hurried limn who penults any mem
ber of the family In Ukc Anything execs "
I'uley'a Honey and Tar, forcoutl, t '
unit futiK trouble, i Kuilty of nested
NotnliiK clc u as 1:00a lornuptiimonar)
trouble. The t-etiuine I'olev Hone
and Tar contain no opiate and U in a
yellow pacVae. C w Merrill, dragiit.
t(o-ncre liomotcnd with .10 acre
ditch land adjoining; abundance of
wood and water; all fenceu, 35 acres
cleared; 30 acres under cultivation
on ditch land; some seeded to alfal
fa; young orchard and other im
provements. Inquire of
C. H. Elms, Priueville, Or. .
When You Paint
buildings, Inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results at the
least expense you
E. A. SATHER
A Pull Line of aroccrics, Dry
Goods and Hardware always en
As well as every business man should
have a bank account.