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T R IP L E T T ,
BLACKSMITHS AND HORSESHOEING.
latest corrected plats
ship in this district at fifty cents All kinds of wagon work done in first-class sha|>e; short notice jobs a s|>ecia!tr.
each. Write them or leave your
O pposite s ch o o lh o u se ,
Sylvester Staats has been sick order at George Schlecht’s office,
and it will receive prompt atten
Mrs. L. D. Wiest has been very tion.
sick again this week.
Broker’s Concert Band will give
W E S T & C O ., P r o p s .
ball at J. I. West’s hall on
A. H. Kennedy was sick the
the evening of Sept. 5th. The pro- A11 kinds o f fresh and salt meats, poultry, vegetables, butter and eggs
fore part o f the week.
constantly on hand.
ceeds of the ball will be used for
Am t Aune and family moved to
the purchase o f a bass drum. W e s t B u i ld in g ,
their homestead Wednesday.
Everybody should attend as the
Wm. Staats received a large boys promise to make it an enjoy
load of merchandise last Sunday. able affair.
for W illey’s ranch
City Meat Market
LOW’S CASH STORE
Rev. O. W. Triplett will preach
L y tle , O reg on .
The Pilot Butte Development
here the first Sunday in Septem Dompany is engaged in buildiu a
Just opened up with a fresh stock of groceries,
tramway from the mill to the lum
canned goods, flour etc.
Rev. Alter preached his fare ber yard over which the lumber
More stock now on the way from Portland and Shaniko.
This will do
well sermon at this place last Sun will be trucked.
away with the hauling o f lumber
with teams and will reduce the
P. B. Gile has moved into the cost of handling very much.
house formerly occupied by the
The moving picture and phono
graphic entertainment which was
Nick Smith is suffering from a
billed for Monday night had to be
boil on his right hand caused by a
postponed until the next night
C. M . C O R N E X T . P r o p r ie t o r ’
owing to the picture machine not
Daily stages carrying U. S. mail leaves Shaniko every evening on the
Mrs. John Steidl and son, Ste working right. The entertain ment
arrival of the C. S. Ry train for Prineville and there connects with our
phen have been on the sick list on Tuesday night proved to be
stages for Bend, making the through trip in twenty four
quite entertaining as far as it went
Especial atteneion given to passengers and express matter.
Reduced rates oq round tripe.
Michael Morrison has accepted but the same difficulties came up
COACHES, CAREFUL D RIVERS.
41 position with the Pilot Butte De
O SCAR H YD E.
pictures. The phonographic se
Agen , Prineville Oregon.
The boys at Montgomery’s ranch
lections were very good. Mr. W el-
.•ueceeded in killing an old bear
jters and son left Wednesday for
ftnd a cubdast Saturday.
Priueville where they will give
Big * their show.
The band boy« r r
n a d i D g last Seturdi
/T i m b e r
W e are now in a position to make purchases of from 40,000
to 50,000 acres o f well-timbered yellow and sugar pine\tands
in both largo and small tracts. I f you are looking for a buy
er and want the highest market price, it will pay you to call
us. List your lands with us and allow us to examine
them and make you an offer.
C. S. EDWARDS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'KOKON
Ten thousand dollars is the sum
being expended by the Multnomah Office opposite the P. B. D. Co’s office
boys to make Portland’s big Fall
Carnival a success.
‘Call on or address
J ohn S izemore , Proprietor.
GEORGE SCHLECHT .t COMPANY
A. H. GRANT,
W anted —-A first-class female
cook at the Farewell Bend Hotel.
W a n te d .
Do You Want to Sell Yours?
I have for sale cheap, a few
ad a fall
Wednesday by which no sustained Hereford bull calves. For further
injuries that laid him up for a few information call at my ranch on
Bear Creek, or address me at
J. I. West and Dan Heising are
J. A. R a y l .
cutting out stone for the chimney
in the Bend Mercantile Company’s
NO. 1, GARDEN ROW,
NOTAKY' r C B U C .
Office at the Bend Mercantile Co’a store.
Portland’s big Fall Carnival,
September 14 to 26 inclusive, is
given this year under the auspices
o f the Multnomah Amateur Ath
Corrected plats of any township
ia The Dalles Land District will be
Brownhill of The Dalles at fifty
Every day will be a special day
at Portland’s big Fall Carnival,
September 14 to 26 inclusive, and
it is safe to say that it will be larg
ely attended from this section.
John Sizemore is making prepar
ations to erect a 22x60 two-story
building on his place up the river.
His present plans are to stock it
with hay and grain to supply
travelers who pass through.
Low railroad rates have been
granted by the roads centering in
Portland for the big Carnival in
that city. September 14 to 26 in
clusive, and many from this place
will t’ake advantage of this oppor
tunity fo 'make the trip.
S h q jç t L in e
U n io n P a c i f i a
T IM E
FROM RIGOR, OR.
a r r iv e
PortU nd .^alt Lake, Denver. Ft.
Special W orth, O n u h i, Kan**«
n t v , St. Louis, C hicago 12:32 p.m
via Hunt- and East,
12:22 ». m.
ln gton .
Salt I jl Y p , D'?nrer, Ft.
W orth. Omaha. Kansa- 5:11 a. m. ,
C itv. M.
St. P ani W a lla W a lla , L e w isto n ,!
Ffl^t M ail S p ok a n e. W a lla ce, p u lì-!
9:51 p. m. man. M inneapolis,
St.' 3:30 a. m.
Paul, Duluth, Milwauko
Spokane Chicago, and Ea*t.
H O U R S
P O R T L A N D ™ CHICAGO
NO C HANG E OF CAR.'.
For j-articular, a« to rat--, and rout.* ad-lr eat,
II. FUtDKJCY. Agent, B iggs’ Or.
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