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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1908)
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Let 'Er Freeze!
Will Kcc) You Warm as Toast
I HA VI: JUST RECEIVED A PINE
OP THESE GOODS.
The Quality Is the Best. There
are over 50 patterns to choose
from. Best Values ever offered
in Uend for the money. The
prices run from .
10c TO 15c A YARD
A. M. LARA'S
THE BIG STORE ON THE CORNER
A. N. Turner of Powell Iluttcs
was a Uend caller Thursday.
Henry Muster left Wednesday
for The Dalles after a load of fruit,
i He sure to lock your barn doors
tomorrow nlht. It's Halloween.
Township plats for sale at this
office, two sizes, 3 and G inches
Thomas Tweet has relumed to
Uend after spending the summer In
V. O. Minor is taking a short
vacation and is visiting his parents
Mrs. Hugh O'Katic is now able
to sit up after n serious Illness of a
mouth or more.
For .Sale: Three good horse,
hack and harness, $300. Inquire
tit Iiullctiu office. ..
' County Commissioner It H.
Ihylcy of I.aldlaw was a Uend
Mrs. Minor nud son Kcuncth
were in from their homestead the
latter part of last week.
' Win. Arnold was in Prlnevlltc
during the first of tie week look
lug after business matters,
' Two tons of coal and foot warm
ers at John Lcgut's. Just the thing
for driving in cold weather.
R. J. Stockmyer, postofficc in
spector, was in town last Saturday
attending to his official duties.
J. II. Hancr of I'riueVillc catiie
over to Uend yesterday ami is trans
uding business in town today,
Nick .Smith is building n ware
house 20X.16 feet onto the roar of
S. C. Caldwell's More building.
' V.. A. Sathcr has nlso painted the
front of hii store building, which
' improves its appearance greatly.
Fresh bread for alc at the Pilot
Uuttc Inn, baked every duyt also
homemade mince meat. 33-36
F. W, McCaffery -nud Prank
Doncy of Redmond icgisttred at
the Pilot Uutle Inn last Saturday.
Milk and cream for sale, first
liou'so L'aSt of Mrs. C. A, Jones'
jesidcucc, V. R. Pim.i.ivs, 30-32
Pound Royal Neighbor lodge
pin. Owner can have same by
calling at this office and faying for
A. M. Lara expects his father to
arrire in Uend next week from
Seattle. Mrs. Lara will drive out
to meet him at Shauiko.
Jqc MrKjay will leave in a few
days' for Portland, 'where he will
spend'thc 'winter. He expects to
return to Ikriti next spriug.
If you like fresh chocolates and
the very finest made you should
step into Kelly ft'Aldrldgc's. They
have a fine Hue, Just arrived.
Miss Iva West will leave for
Portland next Wednesday, where
she wilt continue her studies on the
violin tinder a private instructor.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lara and
Max Richardson left for Silver
Lake last Sunday where they will
make tltial proof on timber claims.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan and
Miis Marian Myers were at Silver
Lake this week, where Miss Myers
made final proof ou a timber claim.
Carlylc and Pom Triplctt, Henry
Whltsctt and Harney Lewis left
Wednesday for up-river points on a
hunting trip of three or four days.
A. U. Haius, Theodore" Aline and
Elmer Johnson ttcrc at Silver Lake
the first of the week, where Mr.
Johnson made proof dti a limber
, Mr. Ralph Dltmt ami Mrs. Tina
illrd were married nt the Poludcxtcr
Hotel in Priucvillc ou Wednesday,
Oct. 21, Justice Ralph Sharp offi
ciating. Mrs. G. H'. Pulllam, accompanied
by hc'rsail, G..Q. I'ulliadj, ahd C.
M. Mrocl: of Wasco, wore looking
after business interests in town last
i A band of cattle numbering 580
Head passed through Ilend:J Thurs
day morning euroutc toShauiko
from Klamath 'Marsh. Tltey be
longed to At ay field, Davis & May-
Remember the game dinner
wild duck and lots of other good
things that will be scrVed in Uiqi
Steele restaurant building ou elec
tion day. All for the shiall sltiil of
K R. Ilullcrinim and wife were
Uend visitors last Saturday having
come in from I heir ranch at Powell
liiitlct While here Mrs. Haltc--man
filed ou n timber cluln about
16 miles north of Ulsters,
I am now agent for the DeLaval
cream M-n.irator. and have one of
these machines In Mock. Step in
and examine it They arc a great
convenience mid money saver for
the dairy num. H A Satiikk. aitf
MIsh Iva West wan ; Prlnevllle
visitor lust week from Uend to take
In the fair. Mfv Went also ossUt
ud the Morrnu ore hestra on Friday
night at tlie grand lull, plaviug the
violin sutwrbly. Prineville Review
In 11 letter to John Lvgat, Andy
Hunter says that he is not very
well pleased with In farming veil
tines in Colorado this year and that
his health has been poor He will
spend a part of the winter at Burns
Foit SAi.K ifioocres. Hcst ranch
in the Sisters country. 80 acres in
clover, a million feet of yellow pine
on the other Ho. Good water right
Corvallis & Eastern survey near
House and barn $2,000 cash, time
on balance, This is 11 snap. C.
I have returned fiom Portland
with .oo samples of wall paper
ranging from 7c up. As I stated
before, there is no better booster
for any community than a good
painter with a brush in his hands,
so if you want cither papering or
painting done, call on me N. P.
A few of the Indies of Uend ore
organizing a physical culture club.
Mr. Paul Johnson, who has had
considerable experience in this line
ol work, has consented to direct the
ladies, while during his absence the
club will be under the care of
Misses Pearl Hightowcr and Cor
The Royal Neighbors gave a very
pleasant little social last Saturday
evening. While the attendance
was not very large, yet those there
spent an enjoyable evening. Re
freshments were served and later
dancing was" indulged in, the music
being furuished by Mrs. Grant's
piano and pianola.
J. II. Wilder of Titmalo was a
pleasant caller a Tiic Hulletin office
last Monday. In discussing var
ious methods of farming, Mr. Wi
ruer stated that they had inoculated
the seed before sowing in one of
their alfalfa fields, dud that this
alfalfa made a llitich better stand
than the field that had not been
thus treated. '
The Uulletin wishes td correct d
slight error that appeared recently
in iu columns regarding an ad. in
serted by C. It. I5llis. The ad.
would give the impression that Mr.
Ellis' homestead was for sale, when
When You Paint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best resultemt the
should use r
, Call for
E. A. SATHER
A ..Hull Lino ol Groceries, Dry
Iu fact it was only a relinquish
ment ou the homestead, while an
adjoining .jo-acre tract of ditch
land was "for sale."
Oi October 19 Mr. and Mrs. A.
M Drake celebrated their crystal
wed (I i tie at the home of , Mrs.
Drake's brother in Little Falls,
Minnesota, Mr. Drake postponed
his departure for the West some
what iu order to be present at the
above-mentioned pleasant event,
but he has now arrived at Port
laud and is registered at the Port
Last spriug a man by the name
of ltly came to Uend and filed on a
homestead along the river several
miles south of here. This week
lily's brother, who has been living
in Idaho, arrived in town looking
for Mr. Illy, whom he had not
seen for over 30 years, and finally
located him. The new comer ex
pects to locate, in these parts, and
will buy laud.
Paul Johnson, connected with the
Deschutes Lumber Company, whose
holdings south of Uend were visited
by the late fires, is iu Priucvillc.
He says the company's loss was
slight, the fires for the most part
cleaning up only the pitchy trees,
which arc valueless for lumber, and
the carpet of pine needles and cones.
The men iu charge had to work
some, though Review.
Mrs. W. U. Wilson and son Joe
reached Uend Monday evening, and
will remain here probably during
the winter. Mr. Wilson will fol
low iu a short time, and will also
.spend a part of the winter here.
Mr. Wilson has been foreman on a
large ranch in the Burns country
during the past .season, but his
presence is not required there dur
ing the winter. He will return to
his work on the ranch next spring.
Yesterday noon a coyote went
leisurely wandering along the road
in the open tract south of the C. O.
D. Co. office, and was spied by
Roscoc Howard from the D. I. &
P. Co. building. He got his rifle
and now there's one coyote less in
the world. The coyote's leisurely
shamble nud its apparent inability
to get up much locomotion, led the
onlookers to believe that the coyote
must have been sick. Uut it isn't
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