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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1904)
STOP LAND WITHDRAWAL.
BEND FURNITURE COMPANY
Severn! very pratty patterns of Japanese Matting, suilabla for dining or
sleeping tooin.H nt 30c, 35c mid 40c per j. yard.
Tin Sewing Machines .nold mid handlud ly us arc guamntuod for to years
n I id il will lxi to your Interest to .sec u.s before placing your order. Thcc
machine uru now in stock.
Our stock of Furniture has begun to nrrivc nnd you onu find ninny useful
pieces of tlic.se goods nt u very reasonable cost. Get tlic prices.
LUT US HH YOUR HOUSK FURNISHHRS
BEND FURNITURE COMPANY
John lllosrt went to Dig Meadows
Momluv. retitriilni' Tucdnv.
1 Relink Hooth, of Johnson, llootli
& Co., of Priuovillc, wns in Hand
Roy Cliitwood nnd John Ncwbill,
xjf Willow Crcok, were Hand visit
A. C. Lucas went to Princville
TuvMluy on business connected
with the hotel.
U. S. Commissioner Lawrence
him frctdily corructud pints of this
mrt of The IJalles land district.
J. L. DcHcvolKO and Sain It. 8 toy,
travelling men of Portland, were
a2J culliiiK on Hcud merchants Tuch-
The burning of brush rrnd rotten
stumps, logs, etc, has improved the
nppcnnincc of the northeastern
HiitiurlMt of Lytlu.
Urick T. Itrickson, who was in
Crook county for nbout a year past,
left this wuek for his home in
Skauec, Mich. He completed entry
of n timber claim while here.
' The Kbv. J. W. Commcrforfl of
Prinovillc delivered tw6 interesting
mid instructive sermons nt Grant's
hall Sunday morning nnd evening.
' Ilotlt services were well ntteuded.
. Hi. Mauring, tile affable slicrifl
of Lake county, mid 'dominated for
t re-election 011 the democratic ticket,
Svns in Hcud Friday night jtccoin
, Raided by 'his sister, Miss Corn
Miiliring, of Onrficld, Vrisli. They
Were ctirotite to LakcvictV.
The Heud Baseball team wns out
prncticing Inst Sunday. The boys
hnvc scvornl excellent individual
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iuuyei.1 nun wilill mcy wnni now is
Home hard practice in tciiin work.
, They promise visiting nines n hnrd
rub for honors On the diamond.
A. Nnle, n contractor and builder
of Portland, wns in Heud Saturday
and secured the contract for erect
ing Dr. Merrill's new building. He
went to Prluevlllc Monday to wire
for hitf tools, and will commence
Work as t.0011 as they arc received.
Mr. and Mr. M. J. Morrison
' mid Joseph I'. Taggnrt left Tues
day morning for their homesteads
'.tip the river. The Morrison home
stead is nwny up in Klamath
' county. They could find no team
for their journey except nt the Pilot
'Butte livery. They will return to
Bchd in n week or two.
I.. II, McCnuii is doing carpenter
work nt the Riley much this week.
W. T. I'dwnrds nnd Oco. Whit
sett were in town (torn Squaw
Mrs. Rowloo, "president of the
Hon Ann clnVsnys the constitution
of the clnb was ndtfpted nt the first
meeting; AnA the organization is
complete in 'every rcsicct.
The Pilot Huttc'Cbmpnny is clean
ing up and burning the brush mid
debris around their sawmill yard.
It greatly lessens the danger of fire
and adds to the looks of the sur
roundings. A cow belonging to Postmaster
StaaLs, of Deschutes, wns myMcri
otisly .shot while grazing on the
bluff north of Sisemorc's Monday.
The bullet went through the udder
nnd broke the hind leg of the beast.
William Arnold, of Hrownsville,
I.inu county, arrived in Heud Tues
day mid will engage in contract
carpentering nnd building. He is a
brother of Thomas Arnold, who
recently sold his rnndh near Sisters.
C. 15. Lovcll, purchasing agent
for the D. 1. & P. Co. returned
early this week from an expedition
into the Haystack country where
he bought seven excellent horse.
He says there nrc fcovcru'l more
good teams to be had in that loctd
ity. O.'C. Gray, republican nominee
for county treasurer, wns interview
ing the voters of Heud precinct the
fore part of the week. Mr. Gray
Is n young man of good husiitcus
oxporieucc mid habits and will
mnkc n safe mid competent county
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Lucas, of
the Pilot Hutte Inn, will hold mi
opouing reception on the 3rd of
June nt the completion of the I1111.
A cordial invitation is extended to
nil, and it pleasant evening is prom
ised to all who come to view the
furnishings of the Inn. Among
the pleasures of the evening will be
dancing and a midnight luncheon.
- ISd. Throrut, of Minneapolis, mid
Guilder J. Ilnt'tgen, of Rosby,
Mind., made timber land proof here
this week. Since Mr. Throan wns
here Inst year he has engaged in
the dairy business ill the chief city
of Minnesota. He has no difficulty
finding pasturage for 40 cows within
the city limits. Nutter mid 'milk
sells there for. liulf the nrices hi
Hugh O'Kane made a business
trip to Prineville Monday.
Mrs. W. F. Stewart is slowly
recovering from her very serious
Mrs R. II. Caldwell is recovering
from the serious illuciw that kept
her bedfast for two weeks.
Harry Hroker is, now one of the
imrtucrs in the cigar stntid nt the
new Hotel Scott in Portland.
Nick Weidcr is nursing n broken
finger which cmuc in too sudden
contact with the baseball Sunday.
Prank Klkins, the republican
nominee for slier iff, spent part of the
week in Bend precinct, He says
reports had reached him that this
precinct would go hopelessly dem
ocratic, but after getting around
among the voters he feels war
ranted in declaring such reports
misleading, untrue mid calculated
to injure the good name of the
Mrs. A. M. Drake returned last
Monday from her visit in Portland.
With hcrcmne W. K. Gucrin, Sr.,
and Miss Gucrin, Mrs.W.H.Gucrin,
Jr., and her little daughter Mary,
and nurse, and Charles Johnston.
W. K. Gucrin, Jr., met the party near
Madras with teams. After a week's
visit here W. 11 Gucrin, Sr., Miss
Gucrin, nnd Mrs.W.K. Gucrin, Jr.,
will rcturtt to the Knst nnd in June
they will come XVest again. W. IS.
Gucrin-, Sr nnd hisdrfng'hter will
spend the summer here, ns will also
the Johnston mid Turrtcy families.
The family 6f W. IS. Guoriu, Jr.,
will make their home here.
Lands Aro flolnJr Pns't.
Among the men u'ho hhVc taken
lauds under the Cdlhmbia Southern
ennui this week arc John McCor-
mick, of IViticvilR-; V. -H. Hall,
Seymour 1?. Pu'ftoii arid J.'C.Tllorp.
of Wiiitsburg, Wnsh; ond John P.
Coen, of Portland. In all these
men t66k 366 hCrtfe nnd thty will
begin improvments at ouco.
J. D, Whnrtoh, secrctnVy of the
Kellogg Trrilis'ftortatiOh Company,
Portland. c6nie up with tw6 of his
friends this wctik mid they nre now
examining tlic luilds under the
Tumello ditch. (
Manager W. A. I.aid'law, 6t -the
Columbia Southern Irrigation Co.,
left Monday 'nlbnitiig lto 'feftirn to,
Portland, after spending 'h week
looking over the ditch work. Land
Agent H, S. Cook, who came in
with Mr. Laidlaw, left for Portland
Plrt Qucitlon for New Debating Soci
ety Wednesday Nhdit.
Steps to organize a literary nnd
debating society were take nt a
meeting for thin purpose held at
Grant's hall Wednesday evening.
Arrangmcnts were made for a full
programme at the same place next
Wednesday night, when a pcrnia
neut organization will be effected
The meeting was called to order
by J. II. Ovcrturf mid a temporary
organization made with J. M.
Lawrence chairman mid N. P
Weidcr secretary. A committee to
draft constitution nnd by-laws for
permanent organization wnsappoiut
cd, consisting of Mr. Ovcrturf,
Miss Iva West mid Rolla C. Stone.
A programme committee consist
ing of Miss F, McCanri, Miss Mag
gie Autic and S. D. Pcrcival, wan
Mr. Ovcrturf proposed the follow
ing resolution for the opening de
bate next Wednesday evening.
Resolved, that the orders with
drawing from entry lands of
Oregon cast of the Cascade mount
ains, with a view to creating forest
reserves, should be rescinded.
The chair was directed to name
the leaders for the debate, the lead
ers thus named to select their own
assistants and the entire debate to
be limited to 40 minutes. J. C.
Meeker was appointed to lead the
affirmative and J. II. Ovcrturf the
negative Kach will probnbly se
lect two assistants.
Hesides the debate there will be
a varied programme of music and
other numbers and general business,
including the permanent organiza
tion of the society. Ail arc invited
to attend the meeting.
I'ATTHRKOK ta H1IAMV. I'nor'l
Mcnls Served nt All Hours
Always on hand.
Lunches Prepared for Travellers
Fresh Eastern Oysters
Hoard by the Day, Week or Month
240 acres within three
miles of Bend under
near-by Irrigation Ditch
Water can be had on
Favorable Terms Half
the laud can be Cultivated
Remainder is Kxccllcnt
Pasture Title Completed
and Perfect Oficrcd for a
short time at
Apply Vb Hc'na Bulletin.
TOR A fOSSIBLli PARADISE
Acrei of Land
Frhh to 't'hdse who will pay
from ?s to ?I5 ymr acre for
TO TlllC'fcOU'MUtA SOl'THHKN
La'iids locatctl in the Des
chutes Valley, Crook county,
Oregon. Water now on land.
St'lid-fdr descriptive pamphlet
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Travelers up the Deschutes.
Find comfortable quarters
and a well supplied tabid
at Willow Ranch, 32 miles
south of Hcud. Good ac
commodations for travel
ers mid teams. Also the
only General Merchan
dise store in the region.
ALU I KICKS RIGHT
BOGUE & SON Propir
WIM.IAM MARSH. l'HOP.
Newly Refitted and Furnished and
under new management.
lint ol acwointxUlloin for regular
txMiil4r or trauakuti.
BARN With itellD FOR teams in
H-v np r? I ! c. A. Moixvvm,ii
U I C L I'roprlctor
Tables mid Rooms ulways clean'
and well supplied-Rates reasonable
ON PILOT BUTTE CANAL.
Apply to J. Gv Kku.Ky, 'Super
intendent, at office in Bend;
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