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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1903)
LOCAL N O T E S,
M. C. Awhrey returned from First-Class Teams and Ki^s
Very Reasonable Kates
John Bloss leit for his Matoles Prineville Thursday.
Nick Smith is over in the Squaw
W. If. Staats went to Prineville creek country this week.
M ednesday on business.
Attend tie Hoyt Company’s
S E N D OREGON
Peter Carraer left Tuesday morn show at Grant’s ball tonight.
Unequaled Facilities for Handling Locators and Commercial Travelers.
ing for home in Portland.
J. I. West returned Wednesday
C. L. Turney left Tuesday for night from a trip to the Meadows. Quick Service
his homestead near Rosland.
j C. I). Weisz and Joe Traueman
Charles Haner came in from j are visitors in Prineville this week.
Prineville on Monday night’s stage. Miss Maggie Anne and Olive
P. Rowan and George Schlecht 'Johnson were visitors in Deschutes Carries a complete lino of sash, doors, roofing etc. All kinds of lumber
returned Sunday from u business Wednesday
for sale and special bills sawed to order.
visit at Prineville.
The Hoyt Company will give a
Mildred Baldwin has gone to performance and dance at Grant’s
STEiDL & REED,
Prineville where she will attend hall tonight.
school this Winter.
The Misses Lang, Mrs. Drake
W. M. Bogue and family, of and Dr. Edwards visited the saw
Through from Send to Shaniko in One Day-
Willow Ranch, visited in Deschutes mill Wednesday.
the first of the week.
B. C. Low is bringing in part of
Misses Stenberg and Bandle’s
A. C. Stubling, of the C. J. Stub-
ling Liquor house at The Dalles, stock from Shaniko.
S T A O E
'Was in Deschutes last Sunday.
W. H. Staats brought in a load
T. G. Woodward, of Wallace, of shingles for roofing Miss Ban
A. U. ORANT, Agent.
Idaho, passed through Deschutes dle’s building Thursday.
on his way home from Paisley.
Remember that W. H. Staats
John Bloss came over from his will soon have a complete assort
Leave Shaniko 6 p. m.
Leave Bend 0:30 a. m.
Arrive i’rineville t> a. m.
Arrive l’rinevtlle 12 in.
Matoles ranch last Sunday, and ment of Fry’s famous remedies.
I,eave I’rineville 1 p. in.
I’rineville 1 p. in.
spent the week here on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Caldwell
Arrive Bend 6:30 p. m.
Arrive Shaniko 1 a. m.
•Charles J. Cottor returned Tues and daughter were down from their
day from a trip to the Meadows Paulina creek ranch Thursday. First Class Accommodations fo r the Traveling Public
where he spent several days hunt Mrs. C. D. Weiz, Miss E. Rogers,
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONABLE.
Wm. Booge and Wm. Livingstone
Maxim LePace, Theophile St. returned from a trip to Sisters ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ A
Michel and Wm. F. Stewart left Thursday.
Wednesday morning on a trip to Wm. Johnson brought in the / T i m b e r
L an d s
W a n te d .
Hoyt Show company from Silver
A. P. Bradbury, representing the «Lake Thursday. He returned to
Pacific Coast Biscuit Company of his home yesterday.
Portland, was in town the first, of The Misses Ruth Taylor and Ina
the week on business.
Moore and George Taylor, of La-
Mr. and J. W. Howard, of Silver monta, spent Sunday night in Des
Lake, stopped at Staats’ hotel Sun chutes. They were returning from
We are now in a position to make purchases of from 40,000
day night. They left the next an outing at Crane Prairie.
to 50,000 acres of well-timbered yellow and sugar piue\?lands
morning for Prineville.
Messrs. Gt-orge A. R. Simpson, of in both large and small tracts. If you are looking for a buy
Powers, Minn., and J. A. Ryan,! er and want the highest market price, it will pay you to call
Ralph Caldwell passed through the
came in from Prine or
us. List your lands with us and allow us to examine
Deschutes Sunday on his way ville cruiser,
are spending the them and make you an offer.
home from Prineville where he week looking and
over timber up the
spelit several days on business.
August Wolden and Mons Olson, Jerry Bozarth, of Portland, came
GEORGE SCHLECHT & COMPANY
of Bemidji, Minn., and C. A. An in Wednesday and left next day! !
derson, of Portland, came in on for Cline Falls where he will in-!
NO. 1, GARDEN ROW,
Tuesday night’s stage and are stall
a new pumping apparatus for
spending the week here.
the Irrigation company at that
W. A Dudley, of Portland, ar place.
rived in town Monday to take the Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lee and
position on the Bend Bulletin daughter, Dorothea, Mrs. Margaret ;
made vacant by A. H. Kennedy’s Blodgett and Miss Eva Simpson
removal to Prineville.
came in from Albany Wednesday |
Miss E. H. Stenberg, of Port and are spending a few days at
land, arrived in Deschutes Wednes this place.
day and will make it her future
home. Miss Stenberg will be as
A. H. GRANT,
sociated with Laura Bandle in the
millinery and notion store.
Office at the Bend Mercantile Co’s store. |
A. H. Kennedy left for Prineville
Monday morning to take up his
S. EDWARDS. M.D.
new work on the Review. Mr.
PHYSICIAN AND SIKGKON
Kennedy was rerennded Sunday
night by the band boys who wound Officeopposite the P. B. D. Co’s cilice
up by giving him three cheers and
their good wishes for success in his
P a W E
MGs Anna M. L ing, receiver of
m ake a p lat o anv Tow nsbip
the United States land oiliee at
in The Dalles land D istrict,(not
The Dalles, and her sister, ATiss
in the Re erve) corrected up-
for 50 cents cash or
Elizabeth Lang, arrived in town i to-date
Postage Stam ps.
Monday evening for an extended j
visit. The ladies were met at 1 HUDSON
Prineville by Mrs. A. M. Drake
INVESTM ENT CO.
and Dr. C. S. Edwards who brought
them over in a private conveyance. |
Booth <* Cornett Stables.
TH E D ESC H U TES D U M B E R CO.
Shaniko - Prineville - Bend
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