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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1909)
- Oct your spring suits from E. A.
A. 1). lUtcbcnct otitic In from
Il'crt Powell win a caller In town
the first ol the week.
Remember "A Case of Suipcn
Mntt" nt I.nra hull tonight.
Win. Slcphcm will leave l'rldny
on a btisiucM trip to Portland.
Hot water always can Ik had for
bathing ol the Pilot Hnttc Hotel.
Kcv. Mitchell will picach in Hcnd
next Sabbath morning and evening.
Par sale One ,vln Mitchell wag
on. Inquire at Anne's livery ham.
Everyone fchotild turn out to the
home talent play to be given in
Kara hall tonight.
Alien Wilcoxfion was transacting
huilncM in town Monday (toiti his
home In the old river bed section.
I.. Pox and family arrived In
town Tuesday and will make their
home here. Titty will occupy the
John Overturf house.
V. II. He wen, who hat Iktcii
running a blacksmith shop In
Ileml, will leave till week for Cal
ifornia by way of Lnlevicw.
J ut received some new wall pa
jcr Nfttnplc books containing all the
Intent designs; prices from 7c up.
Sec them. N. P. WitimtK.
Hugh O'Katic has inslalled, lur
ing the past week, new gas lights
throughout the Hotel Hcnd the
lights with the hollow wire patent.
It makes a gicut Improvement.
MI11 Susan It. Porter, who has
scut the winter in Iknd with her
nephew und his wife, Mr. and Mrs,
It. II. M tittle, will leave soon for her
home in the liust. She will go out
with Mrs. Joncrt 11 nd tMrs. Pitz
maurlcc. When You Paint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results at the
least expense you
- color caidi
E. A. SATHER
A Pull Line of Groceries, Dry
Ovods mid Hardware nlwnys 011
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tablo always suppllod with the host that tho town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Hooins. Uunu, Okhcson
HE HAS THE NIFTY STYLES
Those baths at the Pilot Hnttc
Hotel are something fiiic two
large tubs. itf
Ilea Wilkinson, a former Ucitd
girl, Is now a resident of Honolulu,
where she has secured a position,
She was accompanied by a lady
friend from Scuttle, who also has
secured work on the island.
Mayor Davidson is fencing his
lots In the cistern part of town, and
will have them plowed, part put
into garden and part seeded for n
Uwn. Mr. Davidson expects to
build a house on the lots next full
I am now agent for the DcLaval
cream scparutot, and have otic of
these machines in stock. Step in
und examine it. They arc n great
convenience and money saver for
the dairyman. E.A. Satiikk. 21U
Dr. Coc wrote to Mayor David
son that Cecil Waldron stood the
trip out very well. The docloi
purchased Cecil's ticket to his home
town in Maine, which cost $75,
and turned the balance of the fund
over to Cecil.
Miss.cs S. E. and M. A. Benson
arrived in town last week to takt
up their residence with their broth
er, P. II . Hciihon, who has just
finished his new house on his ranch
about four miles east of Hcnd on
the Prlncville road.
P. O. Minor has resigned as aud
itor and assistant Mrctetiiry of the
Pioneer Telegraph & Telephone
Company, and has ocncd an office
In the Lawrence building, where
he will look nftcr his insurance and
notary business. Head his ad. in
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Still
well, on March 15, a miii. Mother
und babe doing nicely. Mr. and
Mrs. Stillwcll arc residing now in
Spokane. Mrs. Stillwcll and her
mother, Mrs. Hoguit, icsided iuj
Hcnd several mouths last tuimmer.
II E. Allen has accepted u posi
tion as cashier with the D. I. & P.
Co. C. N. Martin, who has been
with the company for several
mouths, will soon leave for outside
points, and will work In connection
with the company's laud sales de
partment. He will devote much of
his time to western Washington.
John Pclem was in town Thurs
day from his homestead. He has
just finished a tog house 28x31 ami
a barn 40x60, on his place. He
also reported that Joe Hoffman is
building a house 16x33 and u bam
on his homestead in the same neigh
borhood. Others who ore building
In that vicinity are Mr. Mayue and
Hugh O'Kanc, who is personally
acquainted with Senator Titos. II
Carter of Montana, recently wrote
him asking the senator to use his
Influence in behalf of the approval
of the Hartiman surveys up the
Deschutes r,lver, Mr. O'Kutie Is in
receipt of a letter from Senator Car
ter this week in which he says he
will he glad to do whatever he can
ABOUT YOUR SHOES
to secure the approval of the right
The Pilot Butte I.lvcry & Peed
Darn' will be run in connection with
the hotel. A new shed with a
number of stulls will be furnished
to freighters and emigrants. Hay
and grain for sale. itf
J. D. Davidson, president of the
hcnd band organisation, announces
that there will be no concert by the
band next Sunday. The boys hove
several new selections that they
wish to "spring" on the people,
have gotten tired playing the old
ones over and over again, so de
cided to skip one Sunday and then
present the town with a real treat.
So remember, there will be no con
cert next Sunday.
A. M. Lara has made n marked
improvement in the stage in his
hall during the past week. New
wings have been made, a new drop
curtain put in and a new roller
made for the curtain, besides other
marked improvements. We will
not tell you -about them because
you can sec better for yourself by
attending the play tonight, but will
say that Hcnd now has a very
creditable stage. The work was
done by N. P. Wcidcr, Win. Or
cutt and L. M. McRcynolds.
Deputy Sheriff Millard Triplet!
received word from Prlncville yes
terday to arrest "Lucky" Baldwin
on the charge of horse stealing.
Consequently Mr. Triplctt did so
and took his prisoner to Priucvillc.
Baldwin is accused of the old trick
of putting his brand on other men's
horses running on the range. Mon
day night Baldwin was pretty well
intoxicated, and in some unaccount
able manner fell out of n second
story window in the Hotel Bend,
the only injury therefrom being n
Mayor Davidson has nppoiutcd
Henry L. Whitsctt fire chief. Mon
day evening a meeting of the com
pany was held In the hose house.
There has not been much interest
manifested in the fire company dur
ing the past year or more and the
object of the meeting was to get
the compahy again duly organized
Au election of officers was held,
which was a spirited uffair accord
ing to those present. The election
resulted as follows: President, E.
A. Sathcr; secretary, C. D.iHiown;
treasurer, C. C. Triplctt; foreman,
N. P. Wcidcr j 1st assistant fore
man, M. J. Kelley; and assistant
foreman, S. C. Caldwell.
Louis R. Robcitsou, special agent
of the Pacific Telephone & Tele
graph Company, was iu Hcnd
Tuesday. At the leqtiest of the
Pioneer Telegraph & Telephone
Company, he has come iu to take
charge of that company's system
for a short time, being an expert
telephone man. He states that his
first task will be to put the Bend
Priucvillc line In better condition,
and also plans to greatly improve
the entire system. Mr. Robertson
Simple Remedy for LaQrlppa.
1.0 grippe coucht are dangerous at
they frequently develop into pneumonia,
Foley's Honey and Tar not only ton
the couch tmt heal and strengthen tii
luti;? so that tin aerloua rendu need tie
(eared. The genuine I'olcy'a Honey and
Tar contains 110 harmful druj; and I in
u yellow package, Refuse substitutes,
Demi Drug Co,
G . . aQ I 9A9,0,fAtAAt, !''U''!A!'''t?'AA?tN??AtS
ON THE CORNER
said he would make a very liberal
proposition to the various farmers'
lines whereby they could connect
with the Pioneer's central offices in
the different towns, thus securing
service over all lines in (he county,
and at a very reasonable rate. Mr.
Robertson said the Pioneer com
pany hud a fine property and one
that would prove a good payer. He
is making his hcadnuaitcrs at
At the recent session of the city
council City Attorney Benson was
instructed to notify the Bend Water,
Light & Power Company cither to
bridge the open ditch In the alley
in the rear of the Iv P. Batten
place or remove it. This action
wai taken by the council because
the ditch, as it now is, closes one
end of the alley and makes it very
inconvenient for teamsters to get
out of the alley when they drive in
at the other end with loads of wood,
etc. As the open ditches just bare
ly pay expenses and no profit what
ever, the company refuses to do
anything in the matter, and says it
will shut off the water before It
will go to any additional expense.
This would be quite a serious thing,
as the ditch involved supplies the
town with water for irrigation
through open ditches, and if this
ditch is closed it will do away with
lawns and gardens in Bend. Of
course, that could not be allowed.
Mayor Davidson, who was absent
in Portland when the action was
taken, is of the opinion that a com
promise can be affected. He be
lieves that, with n very small ex
pense, the ditch can be moved to
one side of the alley, thus allowing
room for teams to drive through,
and is advocating that solution of
Tuesday, April 6, is the anniver
sary of the ocniug of the Bend
library and is also a regular meet
ing day. Instead of meeting at the
library rooms, Mrs. A. M. Lara
and Mrs. Chas. Rowc will enter
tain all the members at Mrs. Lara's
home. When we organized 11 little
over a year ago, there were 36
members. Por some ttuknown
reason all seem to have lost interest
but eight or ten. And the work of
these few has been appreciated by
the public calling them grafters
Now, stop and think. Who is ben
efitted by the library? The public.
Not one of the uctive member gets
a book from the library even once a
month, and many not at all.
Now, if the town does not want a
library where their children as well
us themselves can spend many
hours reading or can take books
home, why jusd say so and wc will
cease our elforU toward keeping it
up Some seem to think that the
otity expense is the librarian's sal
ary Where arc our book's coming
from? Who is to pay for them?
Hvery mother and father ought
to appreciate what a help the library
is to their children sufficiently to le
willing to assist in keeping up the
interest, and the only way you can
do this is for the mothers to attend
the meetings and for the fathers la
assist all they c(Hl. All start In
fresh Tuesday, April 0, by meeting
ut Mia Lara's Bring your fancy
work and let's talk it over. Wc
will have a business meeting the
first of the afternoon, making final
arrangements for the dance on
April 11. The remainder of the
afternoon will be spent socially.
Mrs. Lura and Mrs. Rowc extend a
cordial invitation to everyone who
is ut all Interested, cither active
membeis or those who are not mem
tiers at all. April 6 at 3 p. m.
LADIES' LlHRAMV CUIB.
First National Bank of Bend
Dr. U. C. COn, President E. A. SATHER, Vice President
C. S. HUDSON, Caahler
Capital tulle paid - 525,000
Stcchboieeru' tfabllltc - - $25,000
Why a National Bank?
The Government of the United States, is in a sense, a silent
partner in every National Hank.
It inquires into the character and fincincial standing of all
applicants before granting a charter for a new Bank.
Sends a special Examiuer twice a year to make a thorough
examination of all assets, and to advise with tle officers and di
rectors. Requires five sworn statements, showing the exact con
dition of the Bank at different times each, year, which must be
published Iu your home paper.
In fact we are required to live up to. tire bfcjh sUudard ex
acted by the Government in all its departments.
MONEY DEPOSITED WITH
XTyour home Bank docs do uWe
service'. We Joan it to y 'our
friends, neighbors and custenm
crs and they spend it with y tur
Seeds That Grow!
THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT AND THAVS
WHAT I'VE GOT. THEREFORE, BUY OP
ME. A LARGE SUPPLY ON HAND OF
Alfalfa, Clover and Timothy Sort.
ALSO A PULL LINE OP GARDEN SBKns.
Something to Make the lien Lay.
That would mean money In your pocket. Sir. roultryrnaw. at the
EnSR Ari'SiBi'?15! m 1 CCl'..n- GRUND GREEN
liOMJ AND SllRIX will increase the number at ecc vou battest"
daily. I have the ground boue and ahell for tale. 1 "'
S. C. CALDWELL.
Bend-Slmniko Livery &jtageComggfly
J. II. WENANDV, PrpT"
M. Olvin, Agent, Shanlka
New Covered Stages between fcend and Shaniko
Livery and Peed Stables at Sluniko, Madras and Bend.
We run our rigs q please the public.
Stages Icavo, each way every day.
Rigs to all parts of Genial Oregon. Careful drivers furnished
Special Attention Givsn to Expme and l-gage.
When Vou Need
Modern, Neat and Servicabie
caiun MILLARD 'TRIPL.ETT