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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1903)
D E SC H U T E S, CROOK C O U N T Y . OREGON, A U G U S T 20, l JUKI.
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where they will spend several
0. M. Willey was down from his weekshunting and fishing. They j
will spend a couple of days in
John I j I oss is spending the week j Bend on their return.
at Silver Lake.
Michael Lolly, who has been so-
John Steidl was over at I’rine- journing at this place for several ^
months, left Thursday for Spokane. ^
H. J. Palmer was down from his He will probably return in about ¿ a
ranch last Sunday.
I two week-«.
Rev. U. A. Alter returned to; G. W. Gibson, of Post, and Jo e ! ffij
Bice, of Prineville, passed through
Milt Young came down from the town Wednesday on their way to
“Tales” last Friday.
. Eugene. Their route la)’ over the
T. W. Cripps, of Coquille City, I oId military road,
was in Bond Thursday.
Alex Hinton, of Crook, passed
Barney Lewis left Monday through Deschutes Tuesday morn-
morning for the Meadows.
ling with a band of forty horses
Miss Laura Bandle returned J w^*Cil he was taking to the Wil-:
from Prineville last Saturday.
lamette valley to sell.
L. R. Barron left for his home
Mrs. Sarah Hunter and son and 1
in Walla Walla, Wash., Tuesday. James Hunter left for their home
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stevens re- at Alb*".v Monday morning going 1
turned from the “Tules” last Fri- j *>v 'tH V
^antiam Pass. Mr
j Hunter will return to Bend about
J. Fauchald, of^Iinot, N. Dak.,| i Sept. *20th.
TH ERE'S NO U SE W O R R Y IN G
Maybe you missed our big opening. Well, don’t
let it worry you or prevent you from visiting our
store now. as we will have more surprises for von
than could ever be expected. Our stock consists of
everything needed in this vicinity and prices arc
such as will meet with your approval and make
you our steady customer. A continuous opening
from now on to which you are cordially invited.
THE BEND M E R CAN T ILE CO.
M a \ au i . k
C. S. Mackie, of Portland, and !
looked over our city the first of the
Ben Foster and Harofji Baldwin,!
Prineville, arrived here qn their j
Miss Jackie Brock is visiting at
the home of W. P. Vandervert at
Wednesday and left next day for;
J.- A. Rvan came over from their homes.
G. I. Robinson and four sons, of(
Prineville Monday and spent the
H as a com plete lin e o f
goods a t his n e w store.
F. J, Finch, advance agent for I town Tuesday night, stooping at
A tw o -th o u sa n d d o lla r - - r
PiR>* Butte Tnr>. They left
Barlow Bros’, circus, was in town
addition has ju s t been
Wednesday for California where
received . Q ualities rig h t
H. G. and J. C. Gebhardt pass they will reside.
and p rices righ t.
Ed Boyd left last Saturday for,
ed through Deschutes Tuesday on
their way to Portland.
Prineville. Ha will be followed bv
W . H. S T A A T S , Prop.,
Alex Cameron, of Portland, Mrs- BoTd an<1 daughter some time
Deschutes, • - - Oregon.
From Prineville the
passed through Bend Monday on this week.
his way to Silver Lake.
Frank Stanchfield, of Hibbing, they expect to spend the winter.
R. B. Mutzig, of Pittsburgh,
went to Silver Lake Monday to
Penn., who has purchased some
prove,up on hie timber claim.
F. M. Smith passed through Des-Miin<^ °f the Columbia Southern Ir-
chutes Wednesday on his way to 1 ngation Company, came in last
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his home at Suplee, Grant county. Saturday and will make arrange-
TT , Johnson,
, * , I | merits while here to have it im-
of e r>
Grand it Rapids,
M IN N E SO T A H U F F F T
Minn., passed through Deschutes ^ e< '
T W O IIY .< M ’K K O U 'K , I 'l t o l ’H.
S. M. Sparling and J. S. Bruns,
Thursday on his way to Prineville.
Joe Rider, of Cloquet, Minn., of Le Mars, [own, accompanied by
The only first-class establishment of its kind in Western
stopped in Deschutes Monday John McTaggart, of Prineville,
night while on his way to Silver came in Sunday night and left the
next morning for Silver Lake|<
T h e f in e s t b r a n d s o f w in e s , liq u o r s , b eers and
where they will make proof on
c i g a r s c o n s t a n t l y on h a n d .
C. L. Ca pies and F. R. Brown, timber claims.
of Portland, were in the city Thurs
Fred Anderson, J. P. Johnson. Z Eastern people are es|M><-ittlly invited to call at I lie IlulTet when in the city.
day and left next day for Frank
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ton, of Duluth, Minn., and Bvron
W. A. Laidlaw came in from Cadv, of Prineville, were in the
Portland Thursday night and will j c U r Saturday. They were on their
spend some time at the Columbia way to Silver Lake where the
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Duluth men will prove-up on tim
P. T. Ilottel. A. L. Xeilson and ber claims.
Accomodations fcr travelers alw iys first-class
G. R. Dykes, of Chehalis, Wash
The Columbia Southern irriga Tha Booth Jk Cornett and Vnndevert stages stof i its doors and livery
ington, were in town Thursday on
rigs can lie had on short notice to dri** to the limiter.
tion Company received a grading
their way to Sil»**r Lake.
machine last Sunday which will
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Mr. W. Jasper Shaw arrived in
b> put to use on lateral work.
the city Wednesday and will spend
A c c o m o d a tio n s first*claoe in every re sp e ct s t
a week looking over old scenes.
The giants from the athletic
Mr. Shaw ia still prospecting.
field will meet at Portland during
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fry and chi 1- the big Fall Carnival, September
dren, Mr. J. Frizzell and daughter, 14 to 2d inclusive, and lovers of
This popular resort is under the special management and super
and Miss Emily Jeffries, of Salem, | athletic events will have an oppor-
•topped at thia piece Monday ■ tunity to eee the big fellows con- vision of Mra. Win. Staate. .; . ,
night on their way to Crater Lake test for prizes.
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