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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1904)
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BEND FURNITURE COMPANY
Scvcrnl very pretty patterns of Japanese Mulling, suitable for dining or
sleeping roonis nt 30c, 35c ami 40c per sq. yard,
The Sewing Machines sold and handled by us arc guaranteed for 10 years
and it will be to your Interest to see us before placing your order. These
machines arc now in stock.
Our stock of Furniture has begun to arrive and you can find many useful
pieces of these goods nt a very reasonable cost. Get the prices.
I,KT US IIH YOUR HOUSE FURNISHFRS
BEND FURNITURE COMPANY
I was in Bend
-nt the das
' r, mot'.ier of
NU Vf !..! in IWud last
Friday and will mfee her home
Jny Brooks, a uuVjuiut of Sunlit
Roa, Cnl . wos a iwwrfHfi'r sonth-wnlouWln-ly
on n nn '-! l'"H't.rt; tour of
W. A. Hell ' ! muJVr:
for .um' w'4 ', at W-duJa
' y nlx-hir jftti'i t ')
cam, .. "o 1
.ntimt of hii
in a vciy en-
con .ifc.i'J 4ii.i-i.
W. V. Oiciitt returned from
Slmulko Monday accompanied by
Ids fiithrr ami rootlitr. Mr. Oretitt
Mil erect a bmrl 30x30 mid two
stqrtas high in I.vtl.
Mr. J .i'm 1 J' J IIwid
mud tht l h tul h lb .ititin
bltt hwt ! 0y, K "M I'ioiiw'x '
Mrs. S. Wt
las'. I !
wil.t V.'. 1. A
M i. S. ,.h V
Sluwi ko .a a... n I. tut 1. !
tlml was Ukfu for l-c t. paowui.
-.Mrs. T. W. 111 tfcjauark
.rcctWitl vvotd i'C pM l,vc in
t Ntlil. uwi.a t'wtt I't yu
utrtiT, Mm M.!r irtAvii. ha?
" Nv" dlJ of ioiii.un.il an. S wmi
Ur. CUil-H 8. rdw.i-U, Hpuf.
am - i" !' ui-tfi, 1 u out
from I' '-v. v. y 'k
his pony, J;imlo. whi-h iV the
,w!ntor nt the wr.dwvvs. ltVu
turned home yetndny.
Mrs, A. M. I'tftke and A. II.
Ciootiwillie left Monday Morning fur
ntrip to IMillaiid. Mis. Drake
will return 'early the coming week.
(Mr, Goodwilllc will probably I
gone several days longer.
Uil. Mays, of lolt'oid, depu')
Unjlwl S"u'" '' l ' " '" wu
a pi- n.r d 1 1 'i ."
ilov II' '.'' ' "r V"'
"way to th I '
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In which 1 to '
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husband I.i-k 1!' '
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present, tlioult mt nllillwlr house
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hold effects have arnvwr.,.'
Mrs. W. '. Stewart is dangerous
ly ill with measles and complica
tions. Theodore Anne lias returned
from a three weeks business trip to
It is said that A. W. Tope is
contemplating the opening of a
meat market in Lytic.
Mrs. R. II. Caldwell has been
seriously ill the past week but is
now on the road to recovery.
The store of the Baldwin Shecpfc
I.nnd Company at I lay Creek was
consumed by fire last Saturday
morning, with all the contents.
The .Rev. J. W. Commcrford
writes from Prlncville tliat hc.ex
)ccts to preach in lleud Sunday
morning and evening at Grant's
Mrs. Mary T. Urokcr will leave
in 11 few days to join her son llnrry,
in Portland, where he ban iMtn based
h cigar stand and embarked in biui
nccs for himself.
Mrs. Sarah Hunter nud- son
Marion. left Wednesday morning for
their homestead in the Sisters re
gion. Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Hunter
diovc them out there.
Mrs. Hvn A. Steele, Frank
lluttcrworth and Charles H. Ilium
berg arrived from Michigan last
week. The former two located on
homesteads in 18-12 and the last
named took n timber claim In 17-10.
In in 1'. Shearer, of Sjwka'nc, is
among the 'iftiw homesteaders in
J. II. O'Neill, of To'lk comity,
nrrlvcjl ill llcMIll lllSt WCLk mill ll.lS
lKti ;ht three lots In IJcud and will
make his home here. Mrs. O'Neill
came in with him. He brought
some horses, Jersey cows and fine
chickens, ull of which came through
from Oklahoma about iS mouths
ago, when the family moved o
Oregon. Polk county 'aid not sAjt
however, and they wYll make ther
home in lleud.
Mr. nud Mrs. W. j. 0 nut'
father 1'. Ott, of G ' leu Jale Wash .
nnivml in lleud Tu;iiay. Mi
0(1 Ls a niach'iHht and has nl..iu
St iu of macl cry at G Klei lule
llu will spend Iho Tciuoliulei-of the
wtek looking over, the .situation,
and if he think it will p.iy will ship
his niiuhlucry lieie and go ini
business. Mrs. Ott will engage in
the huindrv business. lf. Ott is a
shoemaker and assopnas he decides
oil d Ideation will persuc that business1
Mrs. A. II. Grant expects to
leave in about 10 days for a visit
with friends in the Kast.
Creed Triplctt's barber shop has
been moved Irom the City Market
building to the rear room of Shaw
& Drosterhous's building.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hunter who
were in Hcnd several mouths last
year, arrived from Hum last Fri
day and will remain for an indefin
The latest acquisition to Hcnd's
business houses is the lleud Res
taurant, Patterson & Sharp, pro
prietors. They have a neat and
cozy placa of business fitted up,
and promise the best of service to
their patrons. The large number
of transients in Hcnd these days
have to be fed and we autiefpate
for them a lucrative trade.
J. II. Ovcrturf has taken up the
project of organizing a debating
and literary club in Rend, and 11
meeting with that object in view
will be held at Grant's hall next
Wednesday evening. The aim is
to have an organisation that shall
im)s?ss educational value as well a'sJ
social and entertaining features.
All in sympathy with the move
ment arc rccjttc.s'tcd to attend the
meeting next Wednesday night.
Messrs. Sherman, Robhitis and
Kriokson returned (his week fioini
tin -infiVnvr 'ooerations at Clitic
'jiittes. They we're 'unable to f.ud
gold by paiiuig crushed ro$k but!
'they bloughS 'Atil a Jo't of rock!
vvlifrli u'lll iw niit'ril snn''ili"
teri'nuie wne'the'r it fs worthwhile
to spend WioVe 'moneV on the ledge, i
t a mcciiug uciu imiiiay iiim
it 'was agj-ccu thai claimholdcrs
should make 'another payment of
$3.$ each to t'omiieVe tTic Vros-
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A young stranger1; who wis. re
turning with ,a party of Walla
Walla lKopic from the irrigation
uds nearlei '.was 1 r'lilly m-i
jured by Uie act' lenti'd r v mi .
of a riP a '. Purj u ni 1 '.
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,u 1 1 . sl'ic k hi k . ' H
un ' t jyagou ..eu a lific wlkhj
was lu il Horn tlie v roii was 11 1
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iwutolly 1 ,i inteo. I lie tJiitg-
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look citca in ic ic i, (
inuti 01 one
of the parly, the ba
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cle none of the bones was brokeu,
The injured man came on to Ante
lope where his hand was dressed
oy Hr. Klug.Antelopc Herald.
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OHOANSJE A CLUB jX lflj Sfe TF6ff
For Social I'.nloyment nnJ a
The ladies of Hcnd, Lytic and
Deschutes met Saturday n'ternoon
to organize 11 soc'al club. There
were about 2', Indie prcwut. The
constitution wasrettd, bul notadopU
cd, then three nfiinrrs wee elected,
tlicpic- di'ijl t e s ;eaii(U' e(ary,
Mcsdamcs Row!e, CSriit and l)v
ell were elected u-spectively to those
offices. Mrs. Rowlec then invited
the club to me-: at her home Tues
day for their first legutur meeting.
Mrs. V. C. Rowh-c entertained
thcclub Tuesday nT'eitioou. There
were 18 members ptesent. Mrs.
Crant proX)scd the name of Hon
Ami as the name for theclub. This
was put in the form of a motion
and carried. The members then
decided to give a social dance a
week from tomorrow night, on
May 21, nt C runt's hall. The pro
ceeds of the dame are to go towards
a fund the club is raising to estab
lish a free rbiary. Am entertain
ment omraiitec and reception com
mittec were appointed by the presi
dent for the dancing 1 .tty. Mrs.
Dr. Merrill, nud Mrs. Grant, audi
Mrs. Staats wcie appointed as an
entertainment ouimittee, and Misses
P'lorciue M Catui, Marion Wiest,
and Ivn West were appointed on the
reception committee. The ladies
have planned .some novel features
and alt who attend Will lie 4 lire to
enjoy tiicmscivcs. 1 lie memoers
decided to have tbeir nle.-.ing every
second Tuesday afiei 100:1 at 2:30
o'clock. TJitr next nice! ;tg will be
held at Grant's ha'.l a week from
next Tuesday. All business being
finished the club adjounid and
Mrs. Rowlec then served a dainty
The ladres of rite Hon Ami club
will dress 111 tostumes representing
di.Terentudvc stucut at tueir danc
ing xt , uid a prize will be "glVen
to the gent v n..n wild guesies the
greatest number of costumes.
Smoker for the Men.
La.st Tuesday night there was a
smoke nt Grant's hall arranged by
Mrs. F. C. Rowlec as a surprise
for her husb.uu! and Mr. Grant.
A store of men attended, card's
were p'nvcd and refreshments were
served by M-s. Rowlce, Mrs. Grant
and Mis. Gr.flin. Alter refresh
ments ictunrk'l wer'c ina'de bVAr.
!. Gueihi, Jr. and heWrtl 'otfiers.
Avottof thanks to the ladies res
lousib1e f6r the pfcajnt affair was
passed uiianiiuou.sly and a commit
tee apjii Mted to make the action
known 10 tie ladies nud see that
piojKrr mention should be made
in !!! p ess. A 10 mn'i'i coustst
.ngdfA. C. r.uras. J. W. White
and Dr. Meii was appointed to
nrrongc for le'gWla'r meetings like
Have increased Capital'.
I'll order to liiecV demands f6f the
gWwihg Vra'Ae, The Bend Furni
ture CbuiViaYiy has fohnd it ncces
sary to greatly enlarge its capital
aiut stcfcfc. Vith the already laree
orders Ui'Al 'Are b'eing b'ro'iighi hi
still mote extensive ones arc being
placed. , All iewf 'comers can now
be supplied with jtist what they
want Vu the fiir'nildre linfc.
ll For Social F.njoyment an J a Public BTjFlB
Always on hand.
CVnclie3 Pre)'arei lor Travellers
Fresh Eastern Oysters
I'loard by the Day, Week or Month
Prices rea'sonabCq .
and union Pacific
Oceafl Steamers between Portland
ind aan Francisco every live days.
Tickets o-aVid from all DaYfs of
Uhe United States, Canada 'and
For artkutarsVcall'on or ridtfres
J AS: 1RELAN5, Af.-,
tfhe Dallef, Oregon
Coif Aka Souttiem
rXlVfeVcfeii IrfcXTN "rius car.
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Dllr U coasKtoill t Sliollc8 tor Anttl
op, rriotTilU, Bend, Banu. Bilrrr Lkt, Ukc
Tlcw, Ultcbtll. DtrTille, Anient, Afhwaod, Caa
jva Clly, John Vt City, and FomU.
X. D. WOODBHXKV,
C K. tYTUr.. Sptrtteb:nt.
O. r. d r. k Snlko, Or.
TtM&s uj the Deschutes
FVnd 'COmfoAable. quarters
an6!A w'els'upp'ftea table
at wlltoW Ranch", 35 imles
south 0 Bend. Good afc
cdmaiodatlonS for travel
ers and teams. Also' the -ohly
dise store hi the region;
Ait rkicfts iti-bitr
BOQUg. & SON Props.
lewfy Sefitted and Furnished and
trtraeV nVw management.
Sttl o( cccxy5pdUonf fut rtjultr
b&irdtti or tranilrnU
Al Wl fj&m HAMS IN
HTV Tp rj 1 M. C. A. MCDOWVLI.
Xj I Cl Urroptittor
Trfbifcjf and1 RoO'mi, always clean
and well supplied-Ratcs reasonable
ON PILOT DUTTE CANAL.
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