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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1903)
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All are invited. Services at 11
M IL L A R D T R IP L E T T ,
a. m. and 8 p. m.
0. J. Gray came in Prineville R. B. Muntzig looked over the All kinds of wa^on woik done in first class shape; abort notice job« u specialty.
Tumelo ditch this week.
Opposite s ch o o lh o u s o ,
Low’s Grocery at Lytle is enjoy Henry Smith and Ralph Sharp
visited our city Wednesday.
ing a healthy trade.
O. J. Gray and John Elder spent W anted —A bandmaster for
; each of the following places : Lytle,
Sunday on the Tumelo.
W E S T & CO., Props.
Bend, Deschutes and Widowvale.
Miss Jackie Brock is visiting geu(j
applications, with references, All kinds of fresh and salt meats, poultry, vegetables, butter and eggs
friends in Prineville this week.
constantly on hand.
to the Secretaries of the Boards of
Dr. C. I. Edwards was called to Trade at the above places.
W e s t Building,
Wallie Donkel’s ranch Wednesday* Considerable activity is noticed
Low’s store will receive a four- in Lytle at present. Several
horse load of fresh groceries next houses are in course of construction L O W ’S CASH S T O R E
and a new store building will soon
H. W. Reed will begin building go up. These improvements are Just opened up w ith a fresh stock of groceries,
& new residence at Lytle next all being made at the foot of Broad
canned goods, flour etc.
More stock now on the way from Portland and Shaniko.
Wm. Staats brought in a load of It is reported that a party of Ei -
merchandise from Prineville Sun gene people recently took 7442
trout out of Lake Odell during the
week. Here is a good
J. W. Shaw and W. H. Staats chance of for a Recreation
went to Prineville on business more people “fish hogs.” to dub a few
C. M.Willey took a load of
Part of Engineer Wiest’s crew is lumber
C. M. CORNETT. Proprietor’
engaged on townsite work this M to his ranch Wednesday.
stages carrying U. S. mail leaves Shaniko every evening on the
a water wheal lor irrigation pur- arri vh .1 of the C. S. Ry train for Prineville and there connects with our
H. W. Broker and A. H. Ken- poses and will have about thirty stages for Bend, making the through trip in twenty four hours
nedy spent Suuday fishing near acres in ehipe for cultivation by Especial atteneion given to passengers and express matter.
L O C A L N O TES,
• BL A C K SM ITH S AND HORSESHOEING.
Subscribe for T he E cho .
City M eat M arket
The Bend Mercantile Company Barlow Brother’s circus slopped
will receive a large stock of goods at Deschutes Sunday night, leav-
ing next morning for Prineville
Miss Marion Wiest accompanied where they showed Tuesday and
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Drake to Prine Wednesday. While here they
favored us with soms very good
Maxim LePage is attending to band music.
the wants of customers at the John Steidl began the erection of
Minnesota Buffet in the absence of a 24x24 five-room cottage at the
foot of Broadway in Lytl« Monday.
■ J. W. Shaw.
When completed it will be occu
E. M. Miller brought a load of pied
by Mr. Steidl’s family and the
vegetables in from Haystack for J. bouse they now occupy will again
1. West last Sunday.
be tenanted by Wra. Young’s peo
Try a can of Prize Baking Pow- ple.
der at Low’a store and receive a M. L. Low will begin the erec
hadsome glass premium with it. tion of a new store building at the
Dick Vnndevert passed through foot of Broadway in Lytle next
her« Thursday on his return to hia week. The present quarters have
ranch where his father is very sick. been found inadequate te hold the
•took necessary for the rapidly in
J. A. Ryan is engaged in looking creasing
The building will
over timber in this vicinity. He be 20x30 trade.
is making his headquarters at Ho be made of the second will
The Walworth Company’s mov.
Veda Dorance had the mis ing picture 6how Tuesday night
fortune to cut her hand with barb proved a fizzle, the lime light re
ed wire while playing near a fence fusing to work. There was also a
delay in getting the phonograph
A son weighing nine pounds wa6 working at the close, the manager
born to Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Donk- gave each of the audience a tieket
el Wednesday morning at their and promised that his show would
return within the next year or so.
Reduced rates on round trips.
G’OOD COACHES, CAREFUL DRIVERS.
O SCA R HYDE.
Agen , Prineville Oreaon.
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T im b e r
A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A a A a A
L a n d s
W a n te d .
Do You Want to Sell Yours?
We ere now in e position to make purchases of from 40,000
to 50,000 acres of well-timbered yellow and sugar pine\tands
in both large and small tracts. If 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.
Willie Vandervert . came down
The bridge at H. J. Palmer’s from
Lava Wednesday to summon
place received the finishing touches Dr. Edwards
to Dick Vandervert’s
last Saturday and Milt Young, the place where old
Mr. Vandervert is
builder, Is again with us.
very sick. Willie tried to get
The Triplett boys, their father through to Prineville to notify his
and J. W. Keerer left Wednesday uncle Dick, who is over there on
for the mountains where they will business, but could not make it on
hunt bear and deer until today. account of his pony being played
John Bloss and Wallace Hunter out.
left Thursday morning for the Ma-
toles where they will spend the C. S. EDWARDS. M.D.
I'llVSICIAN AND MIKOKON
winter on Mr. Bloss’ homestead.
The Review office carries all Olliceopposite the P. B. D. Co’s office
kinds of legal blanks, and is the
only place in Prineville that car
ries a complete and up-to-date
A. H. GRANT,
NOTARY IH B L IC .
Rev. O. W. Triplett will preach
in the hall over the Bend Mercan- Office at the Bend Mercantile Co'j sto-e.
tile Company’s store tomorrow.
A A A A A A A A
GEORGE SCHLKCHT <k COMPANY
NO. 1, GARDEN ROW,