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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1904)
HliNI) I-UKNITUKI3 COMPANY
IIHNI) PURNITURE CONI'ANV
Center of the largest
Irrigation Development in the en
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IU!NI PURNITURE COA1PANY
UurIi O'Khiic jvtit most of the
wetik in Princville.
"TliMMlorv Aiinc has roiib for n
thrwt wckn btiMtiiMH trip to Ash
ltd Stone was out from Princville
thtd week and lie will upend the
Harney Lewis has about 15 actes
clcannl on his homestead and will
liavn it plotted next week.
Lee P. Parker has taken a hnme
Nteud in to-1 1 Hiitl movcl down
there for the season's work.
fluoric 1. Robbius is considering
the mntter of opening n general
merchandise More at Siscutorc's.
Purchasing Agent Lovcll is again
out lit Princville hustling for sup
pita for the Deschutes couimny.
Our summery wenther brought
h refreshing thunder shower Mon
day and it has lnton cooler since
Albert Long Wednesday received
wortl of the critical illnovi of hi
mother at Halsoy, Or., and left
noxt morning for that place.
Miss Slcubcrg, who has been
laid up with an attack of the grip
complicated with nervous ailment,
is now on the road to recovery.
Italia Wast and J. W. Robihon
will luuvc Sunday for George Milli
can's much to get a bunch of the
horsas recently, bought there by
Prcdrick A. Ilunncll and Arthur
J. H. Ely urrived this wcuk from
Nebraska. They have taken home
Meads near here and will be per
John L. Hartley, who came in
two weeks ago to look over lauds
in this section, has been suffering
from a slight attack of measles but
is now convalescent.
Ralph Kelly, of Portland, sou of
cx'SherifT Penumbra Kelly and
cousin of Charley Stanhurrough,
arrived in Demi Monday uud will
locate here permanently.
Professor Creed M. Triplctt re
turned from Portland Wednesday,
having spent two mouths there
perfecting himself in the tousorial
art. He will put up a barber shop
and bath house in Rend soon as the
lumber can be had. He has taken
a lot on the west side of Wall .street
SlW US JJP.PORP, PURNLSIIINO YOUR HOUSE
Thai' new mid of the latest design is wlmt you wnut
uud that's wlmt vc linvc on the way from the factory.
Wnllpaper, Carct Matting; Window Shades, etc., etc.
OUR PRICES AND (IOODS WILL PLEASE YOU
BEND FURNITURE CO.
nearly opposite the Heud Mercan
tile Company's store. His outfit
arrived last ui(hl autl he will have
temporary quurtcrs in the City
William RoMsbush has been
spending the week on his Maury
mountain homestead. II will he
employe! next week sharuuiiig
tools for the Columbia Southern
The Inst member of the Auue
family to rmtch Heud is Miss Caro
line, who arrived from Clarkstou,
Wash , last week. The family is
now united here and prepared to
enjoy life together.
Rolla C. Stone, who has a home
stead about 30 miles cast of Ron
laud, over the mountain, has taken
employment with the Pilot llutte
comMiiy and his family will live
here part of the mi miliar.
J. P. Citcle Ims taken a xition
with the DuochutcM couimny as
blacksmith. Por the past veur or
more he was blacksmithiug in
Princville. He will move his fami
ly out front the county scat in a
Otto Rctzluff has rented his place
in i6-ii to Coorgc W. Winter for
the season. Mr. Winter owns the
adjoining land and can convenient
ly farm the additional area of Hctz
lad's, whuic about .o acres arc
ready for sowing.
The Daschulcs Reclamation Com
pany (Swallcy ditch) is improving
its canal and adding to its length.
Resides general repairs along the
whole line, the main canal is to be
curried about n utile and n half
farther and a lateral about a utile
and a half long is to be constructed
to carry the water to the Ikiiham
place for use this season.
Mrs. George Cyrus, of Sisters, is
now helping Mrs. Heisiug at the
lower camp of the Deschutes com
pany. The men urc well pleased
with their fare there, which has
always been of the best.
P. C. ltowlce returned Wednes
day noon from n trip to Shauiko
and reports the roads in good con
dition by way Trail crossing. He
brought iu ia men for work on the
Pilot llutte canal and they wure
attached to the lower camp.
Mrs. M. E. Audcrway and Mrs.
Sarah Hunter left Tuesday for
their homesteads beyond Sisters
but found the ground so soft near
their claims that it was impossible
to take u team iu. There was also
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some snow iu shaded spots. They
returned to Heud yesterday and
will insde another start, when the
season is farther advanced. Ora
Hunter drove them out to Sisters.
Henry Carliu, who has been en
gaged iu ranch and stock business
iu the Sisters country for a num
ber of years, has sold his ranch and
will move a band of ulxnit 60 horses
over to the Rig Rend country,
Washington, next mouth, and take
up his location thetc.
William P. Vandcvert yesterday
brought down from his Lava ranch
u spcrimau of its products iu the
shwjMf of a horseradish root 34 feet
long, about 4 inches iu diameter ut
the top uud un inch at the bottom,
lie is willing to match this against
the product of any other country.
Road Supervisor Cottor got a
force of men out Wednesday and
did some long needed work on the
Priueville road northward from the
Pilot Unite Inn, removing rocks
and leveling the track both along
the river and on the stage route.
He proKcs to keep this up until
all the toads of this vicinity arc
improved. Incidentally it will re
quire labor uud money to do this
and all able bodied male citirctis
will be called on to .supply it.
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Tables and Rooms always clean
and well supplted-Rates reasonable
WII.MAM MAUSII, I'nor.
Newly Refitted and Puruished and
under new management.
lit tl ol ct)uioJUoii for rtf uUr
UMtttcri or tmulmli.
UARN WITH PIJUD POR TIMMS IN
Travelers up the Deschutes
I'iud comfortable quarters
and a well supplied table
at Willow Ranch, 32 miles
south of Rend. Good ac
commodations for travel
ers and teams. Also the
only General Merchan
dise store in the region.
A 1,1. 1'RICltS RIGHT
BOQUE & SON, Props.
Projects for Reclamation
More than Forty
RAILROAD COMING THIS YEAR
BUND IS SURE TO HAVE RAPID GROWTH and to Be
come an important point in the state by far the most
important interior point. It will command the trade for
a quarter of the state, to the southward and eastward.
It will be a. great center of lumlcring and irrigation
farming. This development is now assured.
Is the Representative PAPER of
this growing section
NO OTHER COVERS THE FIELD
Every week it presents matters affecting the Indus
trial Progress of the Regioti and Everything per
taining to Community Growth. It keeps abreast
of the times, tells the truth without booming or
knocking and is bound up in the prosperity of
the Deschutes Valley.
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If you are at all interested in the Upper
Deschutes valley you cannot afford
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More than 250,000 Arid Acres
now on foot
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