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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1911)
GOING AT COST!
Ladies' Waists, Gowns,
Corset Covers, UnderwV,
Gingham Petticoats. Noth
ing in this line reserved.
Winter Is Coming but Our Wool Blank
ets Will Keep You Warm. They Co
AT COST also. RcalBnrgalnsforYou.
Shoes at Cost every pair to go at the
E. A. SATHER
The Old Reliable. " Hcnd, Oregon.
The Oregon Trunk Railway is open for busi
ness to Opal City, just north of Crooked river.
The Jones Warehouse Company
(HKWIt! A. JONI-S of (tend, Mnnngcr
will handle all freight at Opal City for the
railroad. The old'Shauiko Moody Ware
house system will be employed. Merchants
will get their goods promptly and without
inconvenience. Opal City will be the freight
terminus for 1)0 days more. Have your
freight consigned in cure of
Address communications to Rend.
OF ALL KINDS
Irrigating Lath and House Lath
A Specialty .
The Umber we cut from It the licit In t lit coun
try, mill 4ii mllci southeast of llcinl,
Pine Forest Lumber Com'y
The Happy Man
Buys Ills Furnishings at The Alen's Toggery.
See our line line of Handkerchiefs, Ties, Shirts,
of Kail Ileadwear now on sale. We also carry
lilankcts, llcdding, Trunks, Suitcases, etc. etc
A. L FRENCH uSorSS
The Pioneer Wood Yflrd
' Has on hand line dry 10-inch mill wood (al
ready split for the stove), ut $0.50 per cord,
delivered. Also dry block wood at $4.50 per
cord delivered. Leave orders or telephone
O'DpAell Jrps, MeJ. ! n
W. P. DOWWNC, ProfMrlor.
HE LIVES WHERE?
IS OLCO'IT MAN WITH
OUT A COUNTY?
Where Will Olcott Hall From If Mm
Uunn lor (lovernor, Went Mnvlnjc
Planted Hint In Crook County?
Political I'ot U IJubbllnjc.
In Secretary of SUttc Olcott a
native fion of Crook County, it rcHl
dent of Sulcm, or n "man without a
Whothur or not It In nil political
chicanery on the part of Salem
press correspondent 'it is hard to
say, hut it npiwarn that Governor
Went branded Olcott an a Crook
County renldent when ho appointed
him to office, therehy making him
Keif notld with the oast-of-the-moun-tains
vote. Hut the trouble in that
A Olblleal Mathtmntlelan.
An IiiIiti-hiiiik iiroliicin in rnnfhe
iniiili'M fiHHiiim-M On. form of n tradition
ciiniiii'tliiK ItMi'ir wild th- iminu of Jo
wpliiiit, the JcwIhIi liltorlini, After
tin' Itoniuri liuil captured I'oinpnl, no
tin' Klory num. JoMephu mill forty otli
Th Houuht, ahi'ltcr hi it a . Ho nfntld
wiTe they of fiillliiK lino tin- Imiulft of
tin- lloiiiiiim tlint till of Ilium cievplltiK
JifHt'filntw Mini oimi other iiimi re-olvod
to kill tlii'lnxi'lti-H, Tin. wit of tlio bin
lorliui li'Kiin to work, clevbiliw a
wlii'iiic to tilmitcir and thin oilier
muii who rtuit llki' mlmbd with him
m'lf. lie therefore proimmil tlint they
nil Ktnml In n Hfinlclrclu, Unit they put
ni li other to death, klillux every (bird
man in rt'KUlur order mid Hint the lam
urrlviif imin nhould then commit ul
ildc. Thin uKrecd upon. ho wa care
ful to place IjIh like mlndid cumrodo
In tliu klxtmith place In the Hue and
lilniMflf In place thirty-one. with tha
ri'Hult that the two were the last that
with left and by thin mean escaped
death. It U a true problem, and the
quetlon wan to know before the kill
lug began which number la line the
two friend should emumv,-LoulsvlJIo
HCN W. OLCOTT.
brother Olcott, aside from having
tm interest in n ranch nenr Bend,
never wan n renldent of thin section
for more than n few weeks. Also,
ho registered at Salem, of which
metropolis ho seems to be a legal
Tliat West wants to go to the
Senate, and would be glad to slough
olT his gubernatorial robes ujwn
Olcott's receptive shoulders is np
parent. And now if Olcott tries to
get on the ballot he will have to
demonstrate exactly where he halls
from. As a result of this unkind
necessity the Secretary of State
may be an ndditlon to the ranks of
local ranchers ere long; that will bo
n pleasure- for Bend but perhaps
hard on Ben, who ill can spare the
time for agriculture from his cam
paigning. And if he doesn't ally
himself with Crook County. West
will bo ieft in an cmbarossing pool
tion; for the Governor already has
expanded upon his residency here.
CIGAR FIRM WINS
Hit More Important Duty.
The error Into w'hkh King Alfred
fell In that famou Instance when be
lot tbo coke left In bin core burn U
not Kollig to Ihi rcpt-utt-d by the tel
I'Krnpb operator of whom Arthur W.
.North telln In "Camp nud Catnlno In
I ifiirucd at thin point that for tbo
Drat MJU inllcn before me 1 would re
quire more lUungi- than I had on hand
and Mould pan throuub no place
wtiero check could be (-untied, llure-
over, my draft were lined up. In thin
dllemmn 1 wired fur money. After
' four day of exiixpcrntlris: delay I re-
iclvi-d thin natlnfyluK menxai;e from
the obllcliie otierutor ot the wlrelen
j "Op'ralor on other count mijr he
. hare two mennnce for notne one. but
liln bread In oven wife nhe nwny
and mlicht burn If he leave It lone.
I After lunch he trammlt niesnacu."
Whr li tht Chlnnminf
Rlr Itotx-rt Dull told the ntory of a
Cbliismnn who entered the bridge over
Mil pirn falls, lie itarted from the
American ildo with tbo Idea of crosn
ItiK to Canada. On arriving at the Ca
nadian end, however, he won met with
the Information that there wo a toll
or 10 on all Chinamen coming Into
Cnuada. John hadn't 10 cent In hi
pocket. Ho be Marled back again.
Arriving once more at tbe American
aide, be wa stopped. No Cblnamau
lu anr clrcumntauces. the told him.
won allowed to enter the United State.
Now. tbe problem that Sir Itobert Dall
profeawea blmielf unable to nnnwer la.
Where In that Chinaman now) Is bo
till on tbe brldse? If not. by what
prueenn of circumnavigation were tbe
lawn of two great nation circumvent
ed) Chicago Uvcord-llerald.
Tinning and Plumbin
HOT AIR, STEAM AND HOT WATER
HE ATI NO
ROOFINO, aUTTBRINO, SfOUTINO,
CORNICE AND SKYLIGHT WORK.
Repair Work Given Prompt Attention.
MacCloskey & Parker
Fourth Street and Hawthorne Avenue
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds .
Bend Steam Laundry
Phone us. We will call for your bundle.
DOLL & SONS
Noted for tone, touch
Wall St., Bend, Ore.
But Defendant's Attorney, on Legal
Technicality, Seeks New Trial.
In Justico Orcutt's court lost Wed
nesday nn interesting trial took place
before n'jury composed of Mike
Morrison, J. S. Smith, L. UnRley,
Hill Nye, D. Mulkey and W. D.
Miller. It was that of Sij,' Sichel &
Co. of Portland vs. I,eon Fulks,
asklnir, judgment of $173.20 for
ciunrs, tobacco and piiws which the
nliiintifT alleges were sold to Mr.
Fulks last September. Georgo L.
Simmons, travullng salesman of the
Portland firm, was the prosecuting
witness. His attorneys were Coble
& Sumrall, whilo the defendant was
represented by Vernon A. Forbes.
Tho defendnnt rested his case
chiefly upon tho allegation that tho
goods in question were not'sold to
htm but to Tom Wall. Aftor tho
jury had been "hung" for mnny
hours n verdict in favor of tho
plaintiir was returned, granting
Attorney Forbes, however, has
filed a demand that tho - verdict bo
sot aside, on tho grounds, that the
amount granted was in excess of
that legally obtainable.
Zulu "Houi Boys."
Tbe best of all servant In South
Africa U a Zulu, eipeclallr If be la
raw tbM !. frcah from hi native
kraal and totally uunpollcd by tbe
wile of civilization. Bucb a "boue
boy" li honest, ober, quick, clean and
anxlou to leant tbe war of Uie white
man. lie oon become a deft as an
KuKllib butler and a bandy as tbe
ideal bounetuald. He does everything,
from cooklug to anawcrlns the door,
and after n little practice be does It
well. The boy have all manner of
trance name, unually cboneu by
tbemtelre from some one or other ot
tbe word they bear often uied. inch
a aUpence. "ticker" (threepenny
piece), ablltlne, breakfat kettle. tliy
fool, ugly, pint pot. scrubber, chopper
or whlaky. Harper Weekly.
G. U, Janata
First Class Workmanship
Fitting, Geaning, Pressing,
Wall street, Bend, Ore.
Wo have for sale n second hand
Challenge 19 inch paper cutter. Big
bargain. The Bend Bulletin, tf
THE BEND STUDIO.
The Lien' Taste,
ills Charlotte llaniUeld In "Via
rthodeala" tell of a native South Af
rican boy who came to UoKland and
wa taken to tbe Hippodrome. "In
tead of enjoyloc tbe entertainment,
however, he bepced, with tear In his
eyes, to be taken out. and he mild;
"There ore Hon over there' polntlnit
to tho stage "and 1 am the only blftck
uinu here.' It 1 a well known fact
that a man rating lion will make a
metil off a black In preference to n
white mnn If It I n qucxtlon of choice.
I'ertuipH thu flavor In otnuiger and tho
taxte for white tlt-nti llku caviar ha
to be ucqultvd."
between railway points
and Bend. Careful atten
tion given to Stage, Ex
press and Fast Freight Busi
ness. Bend agents
Wenandy Livery Co.
DAILY STAGE SCHEDULE
Arrive Bend 7 a. m.
Leave Bend 12 m.
WHITE IS KING
Why H FUtracttd.
Kllmore After nil. Stedmun tn't o
bad a fellow lie came to me. man
fanhlon, utid took back all tbe tblnpt
he had nlrt npilnt my people. Rur
man-DId It voluntarily? Kllmore
IWtlrnlly that It la true I threat
ened to Mioot hi in on sight If he didn't
retract, but that wa ottfy a matter ot
Anything to Oblige.
Tourist iat IrlMi hoteh-Von eeem
tired, Pat Walter - Yl. sorrf up
very early this morning bait past U.
'INiurUt I don't call half past 0 early.
Woltcr qulekly)-WeU, halt pat 6
liln. London Punch.
is the pleasure haunt in this part of
the country Jiis summer. Its devo
tees rejoice to learn that tljey can
now go and come on a regular
schedule, independent of tides. Tho
popular excursion steamer,
"T. J. POTTER"
leaves Portland, Ash Street Dock,
DAILY, EXCETT SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY, 8:30 A. M.
SATURDAYS ONLY, 1:00 P. M.
Also the steamer "H ASSALO"
leaving Portland dally, except Sun
day, at 8:00 P. M. (Sat. at 10 P. M.)
From All Points in the Northwest
RAILROAD & NAVIOATION CO.
I iuiiu vuiuiKV iuiu uuiii iiiv, a II1K
nutcent oc&cn that Is not surpassed
, anywhere, genial and beneficial cli
mate, and all the comforts of home
I without costing any more than if
you remained at home.
Call on or write to any 0-W..R. & N.
agent for complete information;
nlso for copy of our summer book,
Uutlngs In Oregon."
General Passenger Agt. O-W. R. & N.
Co., Portland, Ore,
Photo mailers, largo and small,
for sale at The Bulletin ofllco.
Take Your Sunday dinner at the
Fattier (having caught bis son in a
tlei naven't 1 nlway told you to tell
tbo truth? Son Yes, father, but you
also told me never to become tbe
slave of a bixblu Boston Transcript
Lodrer I pant stay hero any looser,
Mrs. lllnkv Landlady-Why not lr?
What U your complaint? Lodjnr-
Long romplalnt Your baby bowls too
The BEST nll-round Family
Sewing Muchine tlitit can be
produced. Made in both RO
TARY & VIBRATOR styles.
The rotary makes both
Lock and Chain stitch. The
latest up to the minute steel
attachments with each ma
chine. Sold on easy payments.
Send name and address for
our beautiful H. T. catalogue
Wit StyfoZ, MSrr 0?,
No. 70 Lt.t Prlca, 98.00
"Visible Loading;" Is a biff ad
vantage. You ut the cartridge
go In tho chamber. You JUuto
when tho gun is loaded.
Cits ait tht game in sight (f.
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