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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1904)
See J. M. I.nwruiicw about iitnur
Utic fur yotn buildings.
Tuesday fight l(W(U of ftciht
arrived fur lli Ilwiid Meicautile
lUtcuslve pre tmratlons are buitiK
, initde for the basket social Satur
The .annual school meeting will
be held it week fiont next Monday
ut Hit schoolhous.
Mr. oml Mrs. A. M. Drake left
Tuetday for a few week' visit hi
Portland and other place.
C. It. Iovll, purchasing Ngeiu
or the ). 1. Hc 1'. Co. lei I Monday
, on N business trip to Portland.
lrutl Blasts, of Deschutes, who
was seriously ill the hrat of the
woslt, ia cotlsidetably improved.
II. Goldstouc, was in Iteud the
first of the week representing the
shoe firm of lluvkingiiam A ilccht,
of San I'raiicisco.
Mr. Urctut ii putting up a store
building adjoining his son's hotel
in I.) tie ami aa noon a it i coin
pluted will oien h notion itore.
A. II. Kennedy, ol the Prnievillc
Review, was in fiend Smnrduy a no
Sunday and took back with hi in
hU nana I quota of lXschutes ttout.
W. W. Urcutl has completed hi
htHel in Lytie. The furniture ar-
tired Prtday and the hotel opened
Tor business Monday of this week.
Mr. atid Mrs. K. A. Griffin and
Mrs. W'eider were out to their home
steads the first part of the week
Slanting garden aud doing some
The Hcnd Mercantile Coniny
and Mayrield jd Caldwell have
agreed to close their places of busi
ness at noon on Sundays beginiuiiK
Mra. A.. II. Limuan and daugh
ter. Mias Preictn Lipman, who have
been camping in fiend for several
days, returned to their home ut
. Mtaa Kthel IJdwatda left for liet
home at So,umw Creek, Monday.
She will remain there for the sum-
mir. Miss Mollie ICever tttta takn
"lift 4aci at the hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. K. McGowcn. who
Imvu lived in theDatchutes country
Tor the past tour years, kit TucsdAy
for Portland in order to give their
daughter educational advantage.
A leather pocket book containing
some papers of value to J. W. Noble
waa lost on the road south ol Itcnd
last week. The finder will cooler a
favor by leaving at The Bulletin
K. W. Richardson, or Wulla
Walla, Washington, and C. A.
Cochrane, of Moscow, Idaho, are
In Item! this week looking over the
lauds of the irrigation companies in
Insure your buildings in the
American Pire Insurance Comiwiiy,
of Philadelphia, a conservative old
company that is thoroughly Amer
ican in its methods and solid as a
rock. J. M. Lawrence, agent.
Amos llrfldshaw, who had a thr
lxr locator's and cruiser's camp lust
summer half way between here and
Silver Lake, artived in Iteud Wed
uesday drum California via Kluiu
nth Palls, uiiroute,to Princville.
The iJend Mercantile Compauy
has added a platlorm aox6 feet on
the north side of its warehouse, for
futiu machinery, barbel wite, etc.
It has just received a curload of
bsrbed wiiontid is teady to fill nil
demands for that article.
Steidl & Item! have the new
mill wheel in and the mill is now
rttdy for operation. The capacity
of tho mill is now inct eased to.u,
ooo feet per day, and they have put
in a new 6-saw gang edger with a
cnacity of 100,000 feet per day.
Herbert Paulson, of Minnesota,
who came to the Deschutes in thu
Inst stage of consumption two weeks
ago, died at Siseinoie'a last Priday
night mid was hurried uext day.
Ho was tut unmarried man about
35 year of age and a county charge,
Freighters George Peuliier, V.
0. Killingheck, I,. P. Killiugheck,
D. A. llnlpen, J. Kdwimls. W.J.
Pitts, mid A. S. Phillips all arriv
cd with goods for the Ileiid Mer
cantile Company mjd the , UejuJ
PurnHura- Compnny 'tlm
The Hon Ami club met at the
home of Mr.4. llntsliman Tuesday
alternnoii, mid nfter a abort bus
iness meeting the Indies wete enter
tained by the phonograph, ami a
light lunch was nerved. If the
weather is fair on Tuewlay, J tine at,
the ladies ol the club will go for a
picnic in the woods, but if not they
will meet nt the home of Mrs.
Max I.ticddcmatiu 17. S. Com
missioner at Antelojie, and Ur.
C. C.Tuggert, diovu in from Ante
Ioih! this week arriving Wednesday
anil dfurtiiig yestciday. It has
Iweu neatly a year since Mr. Luede
inaiiii visited lkriul before snd be
was gratified to note the great
changes that have taken place here.
He and Mrs. Lueddemaiiu will
coiric up the Deschutes on a camp
ing excursion later in the season.
"Dad" West took mi extra hitch in
his trousers this week and retried
an egg Ntory that 'heavily discounts
his previous achievement in that
hue. Tuonday he gathered In from
Ins hennery an egg measuring
luetic in length, and 84 inches In
ta shortcut circumference and the
shell contained three full yelks
"Dnd" West now comes out boldly
and challenges the world foruu egg
laying match with Ins Poland China
Prank Fleming and a number of
other horse-owners in the Hake
Oven neighborhood, have been dip
ping their horses for mange during
the imM week. The dipping vats
ire at the head of Make Uven, and
over ooo head of horses will be
dipjwd there. While there are not
great many mangy horses in this
Nirt of the state, the horses on the
range have been exposed to the dis
ease, aud they will le rfipted as a
precautionary measure. Antelope
W. K. Gueriii, jr., went out to
Shuuiko last Monday to meet Clif
ford King, son of Mr. GuerinV
lormer law jwrtner in Sandusky,
Ohio, and Mim Praucea Tessier,
who comes out from Sandusky to
lake the oaition of steuogrpher in
the office of Guetin A .Steinemaun.
For a ntttulwr of years he was Mr.
Gueriu's stenographer in Sandusky.
Mr. Clifford was recently graduated
with honors from Cornell university,
where he received the distinction of
Sigma Xi membership. He will
be identified with the ungitieer
corpse of the D. I. & P. Co. The
party is oxjwcted to reach IJcnd
next Monday. While he is out to
Siiauiko Mr. G iter in will make r
rang menu for improvmeut of the
stage service this way.
There was u large attendance at
the Pilot Mutte Inn reception Fri
day evening. The following out-
of-town guests were present: Dr.
ami Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Schooling,
A. II. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. I,.
K. Allingham. Miss lill'ie Dobbs,
and Miss Pivtda l.iptuann, of Priue-
vtlle, W. T. aud John hdwards ol
SVptaw Creek. Dancing nnd a
midnight luncheon were enjoyed.
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i ire nuw iiihci in vvi v iniivii ui uu
improvement Ukii the old one. and
the large, roomy office and diuing
MKiiu with the fresh mittt aud wall
paper, aud new furnishing of ipiar-ter-onk
are n treat to the eye o the
weary traveler. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas
are to be congratulated upon, their
good taste and judgment in the
arrangement and furnishings of
Literary nnd Dcli.itlujr; Club,
The Heud Literary aud Debuting
Society met Wednesday evening
with tut attendance of over 50.
Alter a short business session, an
iutcrutiug nnd enjoyable pro
gramme was rendered, aa follows:
Violin solo, Miss Ivy West; reci
tation, Fred Lucus; "Old John
llrowujlad 11 Little Indian Hoy,"
chorus, the Mi Wiest and West,
Mrs. Hunter, J. II. Overturf. S. I).
Percival; they responded to the en
core with "We're 11 Baud of Broth
ers;" recitation, Kruest Sandy: vo
cal solo, "Auona," Mrs. Hunter;
debate, "Unsolved that cheap novels
are detrimental to good literature,"
nflirmative Miss Wiest, Mr. Over
turf; negative, Messrs. Lawrence
aud Sheridan. The judges Miss
Mabel Hunter, Messrs. Helms aud
Amnions decided the question in
favor of the aflirumtivo.
The subject for the uext debate
is, "Uesolved that labor is justified
in organizing against capital;" .Miss
Ploieuce McCatiit is leader on the
nflltmative and I. 1J. Meeker takes
thu negative Thu uext meeting of
thu soeiuty will bo 011 the cvoniiiir
of J tun sad, to wlitqh the public is
exttuutu iv cordial mvuuUou.
NOTION l-'Oll PUBLICATION.
llrHirtttiriil of Hie Interior.
Mini Oirtcc nt Tlir ImIIm, Orison,
My 7. "W
NolliT l lirrliv itlrm llinl tlir MIwlM
iimiiMt wlllr Imm iMm! iintkruf hUlnlMitlun ti
Minkr fliwl )ituir In iw4t u( III dlm,inl
County Clrrk.M rtliiertTto, Ouk'hi, pi Jmir n.
iniiNHiwwHiriu 1 ui(e uiorr j j amiwi,
I'.ail Mrliiiilillii, of tinrrte, (i.in, II It.
No. iu,;4j, fur In H mrK, mK wf m1 w
mltiwi , tji 14 , r ur.. w. SI.
II nmr ihr ratlnwlMK wltncwn to If0- hi
CSMIIIHHUtM thlrfK HMII DHll CWlUvnUotl o
ICd(HrT SImvIhii, OHh A. IWittln, ImnkhTHh
f, joh Ttiitmitw, nil f IflMvvlll, Otrihtii.
MICIIAJIt. T. NOIM, ktftt.
NOTICK FOIl 1'UHLIOAfriON.
OctMmMl rf Ow iHUtlar,
11)4 Ufhmt ( Tht IXillr., Otcgim,
Murch (a, 1904.
Nnllc U btrhf Riwi iN-t Ihr MIowIni
namcil Kttlrr lm nlrl nolle of hU InunOon l
hnik. Anl printl In MifitHMt or hn lUlia, and
Out Mid iirnur will bt nudr hxfunl M. Law
fine. I', n ComMtMtutm t III ofscv at lit.
1 hutrt, (trMt, un May i, ih, via
MlUard T Tripitt
M Orwhiltn, Of(l, houiniriMl Nn l4t. Sit
UnmtKHC J. Ip l. r 11 r, w. m.
r Hamnlltr I'jUoti lag MltnaMaalo IMfttr W
runtlnwriu ttUnr upon and cultivation of
aid land, vl
Thomaa W TilttMl, John U Krvrr, IoSm K
Srark, and I. C Whtltad. uf frrhal, tnttnu
MitaM MICIIAItL T NOLAN. HcguStr.
TVmhr MttJ, Atjnf j, ij.
XOTIIM! KOU J'UHLICATION.
W. S. I.iikI )irr. Thv Itallva, OftvM,
April V, lf4.
Notlcv la hf irby -trH that In rumpUatK 0i
tb tnvTlaumtof the Atiit cictr of Jmmc j.
I4L mtWUd, "An act far Oh- Mlrof tttntwr Undi
In In )lf. of CallfwtHla. Dragon. Nrvada, and
WaahlngMii Ttf f llory." a ratrndtd to all tb
nubile teadrtalaa by Art of AHt 4, iaj. Ihr
rollowlnt MHwd itaona hr on iRtubrr y lont.
Hlad In tnla oaler tbrlr tworn lUlenunU. town
Ulllla in II Holtuma,
or Sotkfiwd, rountr of StaAanr. atatr or Waah
itigtuo. awurn atalrnu-nl No. 1 s6i. fur Ibr pni
ihaar f the H of arc 11. If. Hi i.riit.w nt
CbarWa A. Mott-rn,
of Bnrlilbrd nmnty of Sfikana, aUI of Waab
melon, aworti taiMnt No iah, fur Ibr pur
chaarof the artf ofaac u, !( it , r II , w. m.
That Ibrjr wtU oSVr Moof to ibow that
thr land anuglit M Morr ralMtaV for Ha tlmbrr or
atirtir than Un rfartculturat iwiwn, and In re
tabltab Ihrlr vUfin. la mM laud baior? thr r
latrt and acdvrr. at Thr Oallra, IhrgOM, An
gnat H. HM-
Trw-y wnt aa wan: 11mm laM. Charte
A Motlvrn. William II NoUont and LualaC
KopMuc. of Hurbfotd, Wahlnton, jnbn MrMII
ami i harl S Tw Inrbaia . of The llnlt. ttrrgon .
Any and all mixmm ctalmlac admiy tb
abuv4lrrlbd land atr rvgncahd to At lbk
rlalana In Ibl aSUc on or brfer tb 4d 4lhday
of AuM lym.
ihm MICIIAIII. T. NOIN. Kir.
Timber Land. Act J j, S.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
V. S. Land OoVr, Tb llall, Oregon,
May it, nm
Notlcr I nr4 ittrvn that In coaidWnc with
in prrmaiun m in An or vongr 01 jam
Wuhtnatoa TrrrMorr." M rxtcadad to all th
pnMnr land um by act ax AkalaMt 4. the
tjuoiilng annma r;an mt lu hh.
their mini rtaUmrnl., l-tt
Loot C Koatadk.
ofBartlbrd. county at StanVniM, Mat of Wah
inf. awurn avwaairiu no . nam wnonar .
not. far lb porch. of Ike K a- M. If . r
11, w m.
of Srattl. connly of King. UU of Washington,
worn UlrwHt No. irij. Ald bBMbr a.
10m fa lb nnrchaM of Uw hK ace. ,l , r
Ur.w. n ,
That Ibry will offer roof to how that the land
aoagbl at war valuable fur t limber or atone
than far acrtmllnral nnitanK and la eatablMi
tbir rtatma to aant land brfut tb Reitatrr and
Krrdver, at The Halt Oregon, on Auguat tj.
Tb-y nam a wltntai Thorn liahl. Ull
Haw II Moitoma and Chart A Mottirn. of
aUM.kf.Md, Waabmgtua John Mtdt, of Send,
ore.ou Iharlc V. I.rl, Jnllm Muarr, Juliu
M TuUfarn. Krne II Murtoa and Jubn II
HuolnnJ. if nattlr, Waahingtoa, CbarUr K
TMlnrham. uf Th Halt, Oregon-
Any ami all khmih rlaintlng adrtiarl) tb
aburr-dcaciibed land arc tnca4rd to Sir their
clalma In thla omce utt or before the Mht Mth
day uf Angntt, iM
luaii MICIIAUI. T NOLAN, Krghtrr
BEND FURNITURE COMPANY
Several very pretty patterns of, Japanese- Mattittf , sultabrt fe- dining or
sleepitiR rooms at 30c, 35c and .oc par sq. yard.
Our stock of Purnituro hns. bgiyji.to arrive aud you onn find many useful
plecas of these goods at n vary roasouable cost. Get the pricos.
LHT USlUrvbUR'ilOUSK FURNISIIISUS
BBND' FURNITURE COMPANY
11 ii mi 111 iiir--'''rrri''CTTiarTi
I'ATT J KHUN At H II A K I', I'KiM.
Men Is Served at All Hours
Always on baud.
Lunches Prepared for Travellers
Fresh Eastern Oysters
Hoard by the Day, Week or Month
I'UICIIS IU! A SON A It 1. 1!
C. E. RANOUS
Estimates, Plans and Spec
P K R 12 OP C II A ! 0 R
Leave orders nt Pilot Butte Inn
Contractor - --
- and Builder
Office at Pilot Butte Inn
240 acres within three
miles of IJend Under,
near-by Irrigation Ditch
Water can be had on
Favorable Terms Half
the laud can be Cultivated
Remainder is Kxcelleut
Pasture Title Completed
aud Perfect Offered for a
short time at
Apply to Mend Bulletin.
11 Ifltlfli! ttl tttj luiL't AStnt- at
i r-"oWc prices. Special rates on
laimiy wu.iiiiiij;. v.uncu tur a
dulivered 01 rimy be left with C. M.
Trlpltttt, the barber.
Mrs. J. L. Kkvkk.
CREED At. TRIPLBTT,
Hery thing ertainiuf; to the Craft
neatly aud correctly done.
g.I V rnp r-n Mm. C. A. McOvM-Mt-L
II V 1 JLi IU I'Tor-riHor
Tables and Rooms always clean
and well supplied-Untes reasonable
,'he Sewing Machines sold and lipdhid U$ us are g uamntjjul fc rio ymn
nil it will be to your interest to Me us baforo placing ybur ordar. 'i'Jiose
now in stock.
Jlfllfllf ll 1
o. C. firniKitMAtor
OUORIN & STEINEMANN
Attorneys and Counsellors
1I1SKM, - - ORHGON.
II. I'. Hklknai- M. 1). ClUa. s. Kwakm M. t).
Drs. Belknap & Edwards,
PHYSICIANS AND SliHGEONS.
OfSwat Hr f Wlnsck'a Ordg More.
DR. W. W. TAGGART
wpjtrsgtjs. m Stt
M. R. BIGGS,
0. s. rnnml'i4iaT.
Mnd Sling and proof of sU brad. OStce an
Oet hading to oarthHc.
J. M. LAWRENCE,
V. S. COMMHMjrOMXK;
Notary Public, Insurance, Towulhip
Plats for Upper Deschute Valley.
ON PILOT BUTTB CANAL.
Apply to J. G. KKM.KT, Super
intendent, at office in liend.
WILLIAM MAKSII, I'nor.
Newly Refitted and Furnishad aud
under new umnagemeut.
Kt ol aaccomuiliHoan far ragutar
baatdexa or tranjaiaat.
BARN WITH Plini) FOR TCAAIS IN
Travelers up the Deschutes
Find comf9rt,ablc quarters
and a v.eU .suppUed taWtj
at Willow Ranch, 32 miles
south of lituid. Gool ac
coHtmodations for travel
crs aud teams. Also the
only General Merchan
dise store in the region,
ALL 1' KICKS RIGHT
BOGUE & SON, Props.
W. H, OlrHIUff, JH.