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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1909)
TMV ttNTIIUS UNU of
Spring ouil Summer
hnvc arrived nnd
A good licnvy
I'lnc clmtnorcy ithtrtfl, nil
color, ut Coc and 75c
IMiichI quality mercerized
cliiiinbrcy yiey, tan nnd
white, at $1.25
Mercerized witci-n, Kahkl
color, a nnlcmlid ulilrt
Solcsctte, n very fine ilk
finish whirl white, tan and
liKlit blue $2.00
Fare Milk, tan color, perfect
fit, onlv $3.50
Kxtra heavy black or tan,
guaranteed to wear nnd
give good acrvlec 20c
Medium weight full fash
Soiled, the very best for the
money, black or tan 30c
High cIum fancy hose, mcr
ccrlrcd silk plait or lisle
thread, from 35c to ?5c
"I'orosknil" the ks mini
mcr underwear made. Hot
ter sec what this Is before
you buy 60c
llalbriKK'Ui Hyplian dou
blc seated drawer, a good
Medium weight fancy rib,
a good garment at any
II A VI'. A VVU. and complete line of Men's Tics, Hand
kerchiefs, Kuspciidcrif, Armbands, Garters in fact any
tlilng.yoii tnuy want, and at the RKI11T PRICUS the prices
that you find only at
THE BIG STORE ON THE CORNER,
A. M. Lara
So much hat already been said on the
Importance of Imyinu your tecdt from
a reliable dealer that to repeat it is only
wane of wordt. Wfi Seeds have
proved their woith our increas
ing butinest it proof indeed that
merit alone has made the
Chai. II. Lilly Co. fore-
most seedsmen on the
ific Coast. Send
.for catalog, 120
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Picltlc Horse Llnlncnt Is prepared
ttprmi lor the wrds (A aor irmtn and
rtmbmen. It Is a potwrhd ad
Irillftf liniment, a rnntdy lor cwtrtev
clrT A loothlni tmrtrwatlofl lor the
relict ol pain, and the rt liniment lor
sprains veA soreness. n Untquslcd lor
curing the wounds and Injuries ol
BARBED WIRE and hr braHnf cuts,
abrasions, sores and hrulsea PacWc
Horse Liniment Is fuMy tuaranteed.
No (rtlwr Is so pood or hrlftufln so roy
wajs. II It falls to satlily, e authorise
all dealers to refund Hie purchase price.
! MM! SOtftlS firtt IS
Hoyt Chcmioau Co,
$4.00 I'cr Cord, Delivered.
W.50 IVr Cord, Delivered.
r. M. CARTER.,
Arc yoti wearing the green to
day? St. Patrick's day.
Hot water always can be had for
batbluR at the Pilot lluttc Hotel.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Klmcr
Merrill, on Saturday Inst, a daugh
The Hem! Drug Company not In
ft fine line of paints nnd oils this
Those baths at the Pilot Unite
Hotel are something fine two
large tubs. itf
Quite a few mountain sheep (?)
ate being bagged by Iknd hunters
J Ins it got you? Hint nionsjer,
Ja Grippe, that seems to be visit
lug so many of us these days.
Mrs. Grant has ordered a fine
line ol ladies' spring and summer
bats. Wait for their arrival.
Mrs. John Young and family nr
rived last Saturday from Fremont,
Neb., to make their home in this
Several Bern! families took ad
vantage of the beautiful weather
we are having and picnicked on the
river lust Sumliiy,
W. D, lie a son is having a house
built on his ditch laud cast of town,
Jim McCoy went out Tuesday
morning to do the work.
The Notid baud will give a dance
in I.urn hall tonight. Tickets,
fll.oa; gentlemen spectators, 3c.
Remember the dntc toulglit.
Fifteen teums and drivers wanted
for scrujHjr work. Wages fa 75
per day for man nnd team, Apply
at D. I. & P. ditch camps cast of
8lmplo Remody for Ladrlppe.
La urinne coiil-Iih am lUiim-mm
ley frequently ilevflop Into nrittlintll.
I oley'n Ilnnny and. TT lint 'only stoiw
tllP (tlllK I bill liciila lul stirniitheiis the
iiUSt M that im scrlotu rvmlt need t
enroll. The uciiulue I'nlev's lltmcv ami
Tar contains uo lmrmfiil ilrun nml U In
yellow package. Refuse substllules.
ncim urug co.
Kci!ieiiil)cr the shadow social
next week Friday night, the 36th.
It will be given in the vacant room
adjoining the Tripled furniture
George Hague, C. W. Klchlc, M.
F. Hawthorn, Charley Fiudlcy and
George Sly ore Kosland jwoplc who
transacted business in llcnd during
the past week,
I,. T. Smith of Carson, Wash.,
has been spending n few days , In
Bend looking over this section with
a view of Investing cither1 in ditch
land or town property.
The Pilot Butte Livery & Feed
Barn will be run in connection with
the hotel. A new shed with a
number of stalls wilf be furnished
to freighters and emigrants. Hay
and grain for sale. itf
The Whatsoevcrs will meet Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. Kcdficld.
This organization baa been pros
wring, and recently declared a div
idend of $15 to each of the three
denominations which comprise the
The fellow who tries to attract
business without advertising Is like
the fellow who throws his sweet
heart a silent kiss in the dark. He
knows what he is doing, but no
body else docs. Sec 11. A. Smith
about your spring suit.
Andrew T. Moore has sold out
his possessions here and be and
Mrs. Moore have gone to Chil
howee, Mo,, their old home. Wc
arc sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs.
Moore but wish thctn success
wherever they may locate.
The North Irrigation Company,
one of the subsidary companies ol
the Arnold Irrigation Company, is
asking for bids on the clearing of
right-of-way for its lateral, con
struction of which will soon be com
menced. This lateral will water
land that lies south and cast ol
Bend, and work on it will be pushed
Vigorously.. .. .
The petition that has been cir
dilated at Bend nnd surroundinj
towns and which protests against
the reclamation service dam in the
lower Deschutes, was mailed to
Senator Bourne Monday evening.
It carried vcvcral hundred signa
tures, and asks the Oregon delega
tion U da all that they can to se
cure tbc speedy approval of the
Harriman right-of-way surveys
through the Dochutcscauyou.
The Hiudman-Thorbjoruson con
test case will not down. This is
the case in which Mrs. Marthu
Hindman brought contest against
the homestead entry of Oliver
Thorbjornson. The case was car
ried through to the secretary of the
inferior, and Mrs. Hludman won in
each appeal. She then placed a
timber and stone filing on the tract,
and when she came to offer proof
Mr, Thorbjornson entered a protest
on the grounds that he was a bona
fide resident on the land, and also
alleged perjury on the part of Mrs.
Hiudmau. The testimony in the
protest was forwarded to the ofli
clals at The Dalles laud oilice, and
they have handed down a divided
opinion, Register Mo6re holding tu
favor ol Mr. Tliorbjornion and Re
ceiver A meson in favor of Mrs.
Hindman. This necessitates an
other appeal of the case, and it will
undoubtedly agaiu go to the secre
tary of the interior, C. S. Benson
of Bend is the attorney for Mrs.
Hindman and Y. I Mycin of !uld
law for Mr. Thorbjornson.
For sale One j-ln Mitchell wag
". Inquire at Aunc's livery barn.
Mrs, Grant announce that she
will Mon have in a fine line of
"I'tiiig and summer hats for the
Dr. M. V. Turley, who has been
looking after his desert claim in the
GUt neighborhood, was in Bend
Found Rug about 2x5 feet in
size. Owner can have same by
calling at this office and paying for
Ray Wilkinson and John Fergu
son left this morning for the south
to cruise some timber south of the
Horse Ranch stage station.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Marlon
Carter, on Suuday morning, a 7-lb.
--vii. juunuii nays ne now nas a
young wood chopper to help him.
Word reaches Bend that Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Chapman have moved
to Echo, Or., where Mr. Chapman
is manager of the Northwest Realty
A Mr R.-ed of Wellsvillc. Mo..
Is in Bend looking over this section
and will undoubtedly Invest. Mr.
Reed states that a number of people
from his town will be In here this
A C. Lucas will run a livery and
feed barn in connection with the
Pilot Butte Inn. Patrons of the
hotel who drive in from the coun
try and do not care to feed their
teams will be given stall room free.
I am now agent for the Dcl.aval
cream separator, and have one of
tbese machines in stock. Step in
and examine it. They are a great
convenience and money saver for
the dairyman. K.A. Svthuk. sitf
There was a lively game of ball
in Bend last Sunday afternoon
when the high school team crossed
bats with the "town" aggregation.
The game was hotly contested from
the sturt, aad closed with a score ot
6'to 7 in the town boys' favor. A
pretty stiff game for tbc first of the
A CASB OF SUSPENSION.
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Heme Talent May WW Be Presented
by YetMz Fotfcs on March Jt.
The young people of Lend will
give a home talent play In Lara
ball on the evening of the 31st. It
is entitled "A Case of Suspension,"
and is a very pleasing little comedy.
Miss Noun Richardson and Miss
Maude Vandevert have the prcsen
talion of this play in charge, and
state that they and the young peo
ple who will take part are putting
on the play him ply to provide a
means of entertainment for Bend
people. It has no connection with
ttje school, whatever, and is not a
school affair. A small admission
will be charged, although the ob
ject Is not to muke money,
A borne talent play is Invariably
a pleasing one, and Bend people
will await this one with interest.
The cast of characters is as follows:
Young ladle at scmlnarv:
Cm 1 " '1 !. ve Vandevert
Mlrlrea.,,.., Pauline Vtet
UuUergradu of neiby collie:
. "fWI l.yle Richantson
,r" .OcorKC Yandeiert
..J"" Steven Steitll
Mcubera of forutiv
MIm Ophelio Juilkin... .Bessie DouVel
Pruf, Jimilius Kdgcrton
Kathleen , , , . . Dorothy Schoolcraft
Jonas, scmluary nun. .Claude Vandevert
Seeds That Grow!
THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT'S
WHAT I'VE GOT. THEREFORE, BUY OP
ME. A LARGE SUPPLY ON HAND OF
Alfelfa, Clovw uA Timothy S4.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF GARDEN SEEDS.
Something to Make the Hens Lay.
revailing price of ecus in thfi
ANU SIIHI.L will inc
I have the ground bone and ahell for aale.
S. C. CALDWELL.
That would mean money In vour pocket. Mr, roultrvman. at the
Pfeyat'ing price of eRtfi in this section. PRKSU GROUND OR RUN
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Bend-Shaniko Livery & Stage Company
J. IJ. WENANDY, Prep.
M, Olvln, Agent, Shanlko
New Covered Stages between Bend and Shaniko
Livery and Feed Stables at Shaniko, Madras and Bend.
Wc run our rigs to please the public.
Stages' leave each way every day.
Rigs to all parts of Central Oregon. Careful drivers furnished
Sfdal Attention Given to Express an4 Baggage.
The Central Oregon
Banking 2b Trust Company
CAPITAL $25,000 FULLY PAUJ.
3 and 4 per cent. Interest paid on Six
Months and One Year Time Deposits.
A GENERAL BANKftVG BUSINItSS-
Life Insurance Company
Nearly JOO SATISFIED PelkyheMers In Crok County.
30-5 F. O. ftllNOR, RcskkHt Atwt
I rcsjicctftilly request nil slock
anil poultry owners not to allow
same to run at large, according t
ordinance covering same. The or
dinance will be strictly inforced.
J. I). Davidson, Mayor.
A Religious Author's Statement.
Rev. Jo!i1t II. I'eiperuiHii, SalUbury,
N. C.', w1q is llie author of 6exrl looks,
wtlle: "I'or several vears 1 was afflict
cl with klilnej trouble ami last winter I
was smiueuiv stricken wuu a severe pain
in my kidnevsam! was confined to betl
eii'lit days unable to get up without as
sistance Mv urine contained a thick
white sediment and I passed same fre
quently tay and night. I commenced
taking Jfo!ey's Kidney Remedy, and the
pain gradually abated and finally ceased
and my urine lcame normal. I cheer
fully recommend Foley's Kidney Rem
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with the bett that the town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bund, Okiigon
HENRY L. WHITSETT
Horse Sharing aid
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Located In the old Sheldon shop.
Black Latigsrian Chickens,
E. C. PARK, Redmond.Or.
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JOHN LEO AT
Hsmess and Saddlery
TruHks aHd Valises
Deschules Lodge N. 113
Knights of Pytltlas
ReKtilar meetings the ecQiid aud fourth
Wednesdays of each mouth. Visitiiu;
knights ahuiys welcome,
Ciias. I). Ukown, C. C.
Chas. D. Rowk K. R. & S,
edy." Bend Drug Co,