The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, November 09, 1910, Image 5

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Who are the Two Most
Popular Little Girls
E will determine this by vote between now
and Christmas. On Christmas Eve we
will present to each of the winners a
beautiful doll the finest, we could buy
in Portland. These dolls are now on
exhibition in one of our show windows.
!s a jointed, bisque imported doll, 24 inches high. The little
lady is a beauty of the brunotto typo. She has Ion curly brown
hair, big brown "closcablo" eyes shaded by long lashes, and a
rose leaf complexion. At present she is attired in a charming
pink silk creation, with a big picture hat of the same material
and color. Her underclothing is hand made and tastefully em
broidered. All her garmonts aro readily taken off. A cute
little pair of white shoes and socks, also removable, completes
the illusion. We hope this littlo lady will find a happy home
in Bend.
is a blonde and those who prefer this type say she is in every
way as charming as her brunette sister. This young Miss is
also a jointed bisque, imported doll, 22 inches high. She has
golden hair, bluo eyes that close and teeth that are a triumph of
tho dentist's art. Her dress is a light blue affair made with the
latest blouse effect. Over this sho wears a stylish white pique
coat trimmed with lace and there is a dainty Dutch Bonnet to
match. All her clothes can bo taken off. The only thing
tho child lacks is the care of some littlo mother. Who will
adopt her?
Aro as follows: Tho contest is open to any little girl under
fifteen years of ago. Every 25-ccnt casn purchase in our storo
entitles tho purchaser to ono vote. For instanco, a cash pur
chase of from 25 to 45 cents gets ono vote, from 50 to 70
cents two votes, from 75 to 95 cents three votes, from $ 1 .00
to $1.20 four votes, and so on up to any amount.
Tho ballots will havo a blank space in which to write the
name of tho littlo girl. The ballot box will bo in our store and
will bo securely locked, tho key in tho possession of THE
THE BULLETIN will havo entire chargo of tho contest,
will count tho votes and will publish each week tho names of
the contestants and the number of votes each has received.
Wo will also keep a list on exhibition at the storo on which tho
daily totals will bo recorded.
Tho contest will start Thursday morning, Nov. 10th,
and will close at 10 o'clock Christmas Eve., when tho last votes
will bo counted and tho dolls given to tho winners.
Tlic Htillctln 50 n yenr.
George Hegg was a Hcml visitor
last week.
W. K. Scott was in last week
after supplies.
J. W. linker of Tutnalo was In
Bend taut Saturday.
John Usher wan down from Big
Meadowff last week.
C. II. Allen of The Meadows
wax in Ilend hint week.
W. I'. McNaught begun, work
on his new home last Monday.
Sulphur, 10 rents per pound.
Rki Ckum Drug Stork. 3otf
Mm. A. I). Morrill of Powell
flutte wax n Bend visitor last week.
Kdwiti Sather was up to Odcll
Luke lor n hunting trip lust week.
Soap, cheaper than dirt this
week, at Run Ckom Dkuo Stokk.
Hon Kknt Desirable office
room over the First National
Hank. 27tf
If you have any real estate to
sell sc the Ilyrne Real Kstalc Kx
change. Mr. and Mrs. Dan K. Smith ot
Laidlaw were Heud visitors last
Housk to Khnt 3-room house
in l.)tle, near the river. Inquire
of liulleliu. 33U
Ladies' rubber gloves, all sizes,
for household use, at Knu Cross
Dkuo Stokk.
Mrs. Poiudextcr of Priuevillc is
spending a few days with her
lather. . I. West.
For Light team, weight
about 2000 lbs.; hack uud harness.
Inquire at Auue lJuru. 27tf
A. A. Aldridgc hart moved into
the house in Lytic formerly occu
pied b Creed Triplett.
W. It. Leonard and W. J. Gal
braith of I'owcll Butte wt re in Iieud
purchasing supplies last week.
J. It. S.iwhtll will present com
mutation on his homestead on Big
River in Beild on December 6th.
It is tunc to take that suit over
lo The Peerless Pressing Parlors
and have it made new again. 351!
George W. Gates was down from
his up-river homestead Saturday.
He expects lo prove up in ubout a
Now is the time for fall fruit
trees. Ak those who have tried
my trees, how they grow. H.
Smnino. 3335
Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Thompson
have moved into Iicnd for the win
ter and will occupy the home ot J.
F. Arnold.
During the dinner and sunoer
hours Prof. Thome is relieving
Ralph Poindexter at Patterson's
I)mi Sinn.
Mr. and Mrs I). F. Fluhart were
called to Seattle Monday morning
bv the serious illness of Mrs. Flu
bcrt's sister.
For S.W.K Six ol the finest lots
in Deschutes, level, water by ditch
and with city water. Next to new
residence. Inquire Bulletin office.
Contract to let for clearing 50
acres; and running ? miles of
fence, on laud 3 utiles east of Red
mond. Address W. Garrett, 600
Itast 2tst St., South Portland, Ore-K"-
Okhgon; tiik Last Cau. op
TltK WitsT, by Walter V. Woehlke,
bcuutifully illustrated in four col
ors, in November Sunset Magazine,
now 011 sale at all news stands, 15
cents. 34-35
Harry A. Miller left last Satur
day for a trip to his home at Hix
ton, Wis. Ilefore leaving Mr
Miller contracted for the erection of
another cottage adjoining the one
recently completed tor him.
The wood that makes heat is
that bought of P. M Carter, who
gives full measure, and you only
pay for what you get. I can de
liver on short notice. Leave word
at A. M. Luru's. F. M. Caktkr.
J. N. B. Gerkiug, his wife, son
and daughter, of Laidlaw, are
about to start For Freewater, Ore
gon, where they will make an ex
tended visit nt Dean Gerking's
home. While out they will tour
rli Vllliimi'h Vnlltv.
C S. Benson recently received
word that the homestead entry of
Geo. Bates had been approved by
the Commissiotur of the General
Laud Office; thus reversing the
decision against him in the contest
case instituted by the government
and decided at The Dalles.
WiM. ItxCHANOK -Young or
chard near Medford, Oregon, for
business lots in Bend, Redmond,
and Madras; or will consider trade
for alfalfa land near these towns.
Address: B. F. Benson, Medford,
Oregon; or B. It. Benson, Egli,
Haruey County, Oregon. 35-36
Candle, Irish and wholesome at
Run Cross Dkuo Stork.
J. S Daily fold the Home Res
taurant to Dan Kau'lo last Friday.
Wantki Furnished rooms, for
house keeping, or furnished house.
Box ifi6.
Armours Talcum, any odor, 15
cents this week, at Kkd Cross
Dkuo Stokk.
II. C. Forehand and IJ. B. Wil
liams were in from the "Big 4"
Ranch on Tuesday.
J. M. Lawrence returned last
Thursday from Portland, where he
has been for several weeks on a
business trip.
Ralph Spencer moved last week
from the Sherwood place to his
new house in Deschutes, which is
just completed.
B. L. Kzcll expects to leave the
'8" Ranch for the winter. He
will drive to Klamath Falls as soon
as the weather settles.
According to Recorder Kirk's
records there were 1.02 inches pre
cipitation yesterday, .21 Monday.
About an inch of snow fell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bowan and
their children have arrived from
North Yukim.i, Wash., to make
their home at Powell Butte.
I have a donkey engine, and
wish to take contract for grubbing
and stump-pulling. Adress C. F.
McDcrmott, Sisters, Ore. 32-35
H. J- Kgglcston has moved his
goods into his new store on the
west side of Wall street from the
quarters hitherto occupied in the
Chapman building.
The Bulletin has on hand a num
ber of the Great Northern illus
trated leaflets "Opening Up Cen
tral Oregon." These will be given
to anyone who cares to use them.
Fok Salk A well equipped 6
u. p. gusoline wood saw, in good
condition. Would make good
pump outfit. Price $300. Ad
dress II. L. Hobbs, Box 205
Prinevillc. 33'36
A safety deposit box in our
vault is an ideal place for your val
uables. Costs but $3 50 per year.
You keep the key, we keep the
box. Tiik First National
Bank ot bend. 27tf
A meeting of the Wbatsoevers
will bo. held at the home of Mrs
John Steidl next Friday afternoon,
Nov. 11, object; the annual election
of officers. Therefore a full attend
ance is desired.
Bring your kodak films and
plates to us for development
Negatives selected and papers used
that will give pleasing tones in the
prints. Si: ward & Cami'ukll.
opposite the Postoffice. 27tf
Bring your kodak films and
plates to us for development 1
Negatives selected and papers used
that will give pleasing tones in the
prints. Skwakd & Camphkll,
opposite the Postoffice. 27tf
If you had a fire tonight what
valuable papers would you lose
that could not be replaced? Rent a
safety deposit box and avoid the
risk. You keep the key, we deep
the box. First National Bank.
Sherwood Bros, have leased
their 40-acre place a mile east on
the Priueville road to a number of
Italians who will put more of it un
der cultivation and operate a mar
ket garden for the local market
next spring.
L. H. Radcliffe and H. C
Muhrs, who have 320 acre home
steads south ofJMillicau's were in
lowu Tuesday for supplies. They
expect to begin work on n deep
well this week, and are taking out
a large quantity of powder.
"Patterson's Oregonian" is the
latest addition to the local journal
istic family. It is a monthly mini
atute newspaper issued by the Pat
terson Drug Co. and is devoted to
"fun, fact and fiction" -and Patter
son's ads all of which make
good reading.
The regular subscription rate to
the evening Telegram is $5 a year
The Bend Bulletin will give you
subscriptions from date to January
1, 1912, for $350. New subscrib
ers can get The Bulletin and the
Telegram for 4 75 for a year. Get
in on this while it lasts. tf
For S.Ut I.UMliHR We have In one
dry shed 80,000 feet of finished lumber,
alt siies and kinds from 1 to 24 inches
in width. Also door and window jttuu,
window stools, building shingles, etc.
We cau make arrangements to deliver
anywhere. Semi us your orders. J, N.
Masten Lumber Co., Rosland, tf
The funeral services of Klir.ebeth
Wornstaff were held at the Uuion
Church last Thursday afternoon,
Rev. J. A. Mitchell conducting them.
The following acted as pall-bearers:
Max Richardson, Fred Lucas,
Bruce DeYarmond, Prince Staats,
Guy McReynolds aud Carl Hunter.
After the services the body was in
terred iu the cemetery.
Kmct Anderson was in Bend
R. K Grimes was in town yes
terday from the Pilot Butte ranch.
Wantkd A cook, or a man and
wife at the Pilot Butte Ranch.
Write or call. 35 36
Get your hair cuts and shaves at
Inncs & Davidsons modern and
well-equipped barber shop.
W. II. Gillilan has returned to
to Bend, after spending tfie past
six inonts with the Deschutes Land
Co.'s survey party above La Pine,
Dr. P. II. Dcncer left Tuesday
morning for Salem to act as the
representative of the local Water
Users' Association at a meeting to
be held with the State Land Board
on Nov. 14th.
Chas. It. Reed of Loraine, Ore ,
is in Bend. Mr. Reed owns 160
acres of ditch land cast of town,
upon which he has proved up. It
is probable that he and his family
will move here immediately, for
Mr. Reed says the winter climate
here far surpasses that ol Loraine.
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, O. M.
Patterson of Bend nnd Miss Luetic
Le Rohx of Walla Walla were mar
ried at Walla Wulla. The pros
pective groom left Bend last Satur
day. Mr. aud Mrs. Patterson will
return in about ten days and will
make their home in the new Miller
Tom Roberts of the Roberts
Bros, sawmill at Sisters spent a few
days in Bend last week. He says
that Wilson Roberts will soon leave
for Northern Michigan, whither
his wife recently went for a visit.
The condition of the Roberts boj'
father, who is over 90 years of age,
makes it urgent that one of the
sous be with him in his Michigan
Surveying on Crooked River.
According to the Prinevillc Re
view a party of nine surveyors,
headed by A. II. Young, have been
and are at work surveying out
possible routes for a railroad up
Crooked River from the Deschutes
lines to the county scat. As soon as
a feasable route may be established
it appears that the citizens of Priue
ville will be approached for the
subscription of the necessary funds.
Church Services Sunday.
Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell will
conduct morning and evening
services next Sunday at the Union
Church. Before the evening
service he will give a brief talk
"What is the Trouble in Portugal "
After the evening service the
congregational meeting will decide
about the continuation of Dr.
Mitchell in the pulpit. His health
has beeu very poor of late, and he
desires to have a successor chosen
as soon as a suitable man cau be
Mr. Almoin has just returned from
We welcome to our town again Will
Thorp who has been absent for some
Miss Bmily Couch is quite UI. Dr.
Ferrell of Bend is in attendance.
Mr. Cortney is contemplating the
erection of a sawmill in the Forest Re
serve, west of here.
Mits Gladys Meyers hss just returned
from Sisters, where she has beeu vis
iting her aunt. Mrs. Sulivan.
Koad Surveyor Root bad a force of
men on the ro.ul working northwest of
Laidiaw the first of the week.
Violin Teaching.
I am prepared to give lessons on
the violin. Those interested please
call or telephone.
tf Iva IS. Wkst.
If you wish to have your ex
press and light freight come in
along with your letters and daily
papers, have it come in ou the mall
line. Tint Cornktt Stark &
Stahlk Co. astf
"Buying a Law Suit."
Do you know that placiug your
reliance upon a warranty deed is
simply bidding for a law suit?
By some this fact is so well un
dei stood that a warranty deed is
looked upon with suspicion. It is
for this reason:
If the title is good it passes with
the deed aud that is nil there is to
it no deed of a warranty. If bad,
the adding of a warranty clause
does not make it good.
A warranty is only a sort of bet
a wager that you will have no
trouble; but if you do and finally
lose out I'll pay your money back.
A better plan is to require an ab
stract. Don't go to law.
Crook Comity Abstract Compazine.)
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