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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1904)
l?oV diicktn feed sec Mul.lfr'&
, 3 "lMinnOh Iinlinn prunes Tor 25c
at Ilcnd Mercantile Co.
, John AtHinon. of IMk Meadowi,
was n llcnd visitor yesterday.
, You can jc Oregon drupe Cream
lit Mem! MiTinutilcUo. til 10c a can
. Tlircc iir)oini(l Mii'kiiKcs of
cncoii-nut for 50c at the City Bakery.
i Hvcry tiling in tlie wnll paper
.line nt rensonnhle prices. Merrill
(loud ranch for mile, wi'tli nr
trnnKciucut for irrigation. ). M.
Mrs. W K. WilkiiiMiii took Che
KXilion us oerator at tile telephone
ofllec IhiN week.
We can supply you with Catnlpn
'Cooking tanlnisc at joe a (;nliou, at
the City Bakery.
' If you want VjmetliiiiK nobby in
hats and caps you can get it at
Heud McmiutiU' Co.
J II. Cook, of ,Hidlaw, was in
liend MonHuy and .SH;nt the tiii'hl
at the Katewetl Bend hotel.
We arc in the wall pajer Imni
ucss and won't '! undersold by
anyone. Men III Drug Co.
Santa Clans hair arrived, and
welcomes big and little folks at the
New York Cat.li Store, Deschutes.
If vou are going to pcr your
house, consult iih. We cuit xive you
money Merrill Drug Company
A nice variety of toys and Xmas
card, and calendars, now on display
athcNcw York Store. DrichuicH.
Mr and Mrs IS A. Onion mndc
a visit last Sunday to the homestead
of Miss Whittcd over on the Tutu
ISIuier J Merrill, sou of t)r.
Merrill arrived from 'I'.au Claire,
Wis . Tuesday night and will take
chaige of the ((ik store.
There were ten nqvciiKuri on the
north-liound stne Tuesday morn
iii, among them lndu B- H. Uor
rnitcc. Kolxjrt and Dan Uartruff and
You don't haw to semi away to
Ket your holiday nndi. lleml
.Mercantile Co has than in- stock,
in toys, games and "things to suit
the little folks.
The dnurc vUivcri lost Friday
night t the II " M hull, by Creed
' Triplett was well tittvuded and a
plOiiHiuit tune is reported by those
Mrs W IS Guerin. jr.. and little
dan luY Mary have returned, from
Kutotv rtn.l are exacted in Betid
in ti frw d.tvs to.spciid the remain
tier of the Winter here. .
livery lady in Bend, and gentle
' man to may Consider themselves
elh'iH to vontrtlAU'e, articles to the
exhibition of Cufislmax gifts given
by tlie Ladies Aid Society of the
church . .!.,
This week Ora Huntcr'hioved in
to Jus new ,c,8tal'c"wliich was" com
pleted the latter dart of last week.
The cottage ii sittiatclt'on IWrivcr
lank just south of the Kowlee
While driving a load out 1ft the
Wilson r'aneh last Satunlay Kd.
Millqr was thrown from the Wagon
and r,un over" He was not .scYiously
injured although he was laid up for
.several-days. 1 . , ,
I..' I). Wicst pill leall Hie Chris
tian JSudeavor next , Sunday even
Oig. The subject tvjll V" ' ' How t0
' get rid of bad habits and httW to
cultivate good' habits." The meet
ing will beghint 7:30: . vV .
Sec hercl'tlicre will vtyc ' a special
display of holiday, golds' in a win
.dowoftlie ,Bend Mercantile Com
pany's store, exhibited ' by" the
Ladies' A'il 'Socfety 'of "the church.
Comctand iiiHpt;ct. the, same... .
. A football learn "MMing jirgau'
IticcI' in' llfiiii. "The necessary funds
for1' equipment JfaVi: 'rilrenVVy been
secured and t)jc boys expect' (p lock
horns .wih thc'W1n!vWe'tcam on
the gridiron iu,tltc nea&futun.
MisUct'oc Cain) Np'.v Si7 '.Roynl
NelghbbrH of 'Aiiiorica tvill five n
' grnnOMlatthc-MM. hhlPDec.
13.' Fust qifeh nnihic hah.be'en
ftcciircd Xor tlit, occaiiolinnd 'good
,WfldN:HWW' Sifiittw- Re
freshments served iu the hill.
' ' ' 1
C. M. Weytltoijth and family ar
rived from l'()ulii'uil Jas,t week and
have taken up pct,miucfit residence
here. Mr Wcymoutfi is auditor
for the Oesehutes Tek'plione Com
pftliy mid the Dcschiileft Improve
,)ohn Hloss has relumed from Ills
hutftiiiK trip iiImjiu the forks of the
Deschutes The weather has been
so fair that came Iiiih not come on
the river very numerously and the
succstful hunter gets plenty of
exercise this year
W. H 5,iUcrin,jr , has a force of
cnrcnteri. minlc,lt and decorators
tcariiiK up, the tntcifbr of his resi
dence and settltiK things into a con
ditiou of permanent finish, both ii
side and out The cxterii) of the
house is to lw a brcw.stcr gretrt
Thu Deschutes Improvement
Company has established an oflicc
n' the ditrlrcamp No 2. near the
llutiitt. ,11. K. Kamb is in charge
This is-Ar the convenience of the
workmen, a considerable number of
whom are taking segregated land,
ltd HalvcrtOU lias returned from
his three months trip to North Da
kota. where he .disposed of his
property and adjusted bis affairs to
make hi.s permanent home hi Heud.
J. T Undscth will al.6cOhie from the
same locality to make his home
Thomas Jones, who kcep-i th6
stajK.' Million lietwecn Uosland and
Sliver I.ake, -was in Hen 1 Inst Satur
day on his annual visit to the outer
world The old man is 84 years of
aKC iitrd 11 .veteran of three wars,
and be kecje sober when he comes
Mrs. Hnlteli. Mrs Jones and Mrs.
Tompkins tramped up the canal to
ramp No 2 Wednesday Koreman
Ord cave them a pleasant reception.
They found much interest and pleas
ure in inspecting the camp and par
taking of the fare Set for the
If you have land to level or sage
brush to KMib. why nofbtty onoof
Charles 15 Reed's patent levelers
oV Sage grublcr We arc iisuu; one
of the levelers at the I) I & P Co.
Kx'punmctit farm and 'it is KivW
first class satisfaction, Charles it.
Ktcd, Heud, Oregon.
A M. Drake returned to Bend
last iiIkIi' He left Mrs Drake at
a hospital in St Paul, slowly but
apparently .surely, 'on the road to
recovery After a' brief time here
to look after sonic "business matters
Mr. Drake will return I;ast and
take Mrs. Drake South for the
Dr W S. Nicliol is transform
ing the Siscmore plarc into a fruit
rtVnch He bos prepared the
ground tuid planted 4qpo strawlwrry
plants and' has several hundred
fruit tres and thousands of berry
bushes. The trees ar$ buried for
the winter. The soil tljcrc is old
and rich and promises great results
in fruit. SJ
A the last meeting of tle Heud
cornet ;brf!i(l four new members were
enrolled, due baritone, one clarinet
and one corner player and 1. snare
drummer, tuakMng in all a band of
fifteen pieces.' It is well organized
nnd the lulegrity of the members
may le relied upon to bring tills
baud up to1 a hich standard -of
mu'sichl excellence. New Uniforms
will Je ordered nt once.
, II. W. Holden returned Sunday
fr6m n trip to Paisley, take county
to buy horses for the D' I. & P. Cq.,
He brought back Me' fine animals '
purchased near Paisley. He also,
brought in a ton'a'nd a half of most'
cxcellcntnpples, produced in the'
Paisley section ehiclly on the ranch
of Dr. Withahf. 'This he found no
difficulty iii disposing of, the de-j
niiuiu uisiinciiy yniruiuiiii); 111c
supply."' 'Mr. Holden- Says he Ibft
scarcely 700 pounds more of fruit in
the Qhcwaucau valley, ,
Tuchdhy night Cfted Triplet
noticAV if man lingering Hbout the
back,'door'of his barber;; shofr with
out ann apparent business' there.'
Buthe man finally parsed in and
got,shavi and depart. Lttter
wh'eji it'Valjic to locking urt'fOr the
nigiiV'Triplett found tlIock.bf the
bacVuW'fitfd been tampehld'with
sd tllH boltould nottltcltiind Hit;
doprlcou'd be easily niimw, open.
One uastily locking Up would not
hdt'uqticeittthis. !$ is mppbsed
the Orangey bdd plaiftujd a'buriJlary
ailU lihdvtnifif arrmc Hot itv by
t'ciJdiiig rcrewa out of the Wit catch.
l(h Central Oregon
"Capital Stock, $25,000
Conducts a General Banking and Trust Business
Bought and Sold.
drafts made on nil
parte of Hie World.
D I R 15 C T ORS: ,
W. B. iftUi'lllS. it,. 'y A. I O0;VMLM, U.r Vur.it.
J. M. IJVWHKN'CK, Hec'y
. V 0. MINOK. t 'Aiuiir.it
Fresh Fruit taaftd Vegetables
: . . BUTTER 'AND EQGS . . .
he CITY MARKET
C. II. KKICkSON, I'KOl'KIVTOK
Fresfi and Cured Meats arid Fish
liven thllic I'crtalnlnz to a Hrst-Class Market
Wf-ST millJUjbM, Wnll St., BEND, ORGGON
FAREWELL BEND HOTEL.
A. L. STIJI'HIINS, I'roprlctSr.
Htwly I'urnltlinl and 1'iltnl nd I'mlcr New Jim-jtmtin
. . . .
'Special flttcntlon to Crnnelcnt Crnvclcro.. Hate: 51.25 a EnB.
C-3 a TOcch for JJoaro anO Toom. ,
trMirt v cent (day rich, M grain atiJ hay.
"'"" ' '" ' '' ' ' ",,.!.!"" . .... -. -,-
Pme Tree Store & a. sathm, r
Wall St. near Minnesota
Boots dnd Shoos - - tlents' Furrilnhing Goods
DRY GOODS and n COftCral Line of GROCERIES
'Remember to Cnll on Us dt The Pine Tree Store "
If you need Clothing It will be toyour
, t advantage to buy them of
R.. E. SIMPSON,
PILOT BUTTE INN
, ,. A. C LUCAS, Proprietor
AV'-I! v , . .. . , ... .'
Tablet supplied with nil 'the delicacies ofthe'scaso'n
V irht-claKulphjent 1?lne Rooms and Beds
Only LlVxry Born on the Deschutes, "run in connection
with the hotel. All stages Stop at the hotel door
HUGH O'KANE, I .,. f
SS,( Proprietor. SfflJ,?
tones nn& ot 36nr Service in JJSSif0
ctonro crook COUIUV). onb nn&
mpotUiutoiiititlc 1 niiaro, U
tlriportc ftowllno- Allev Crtw.tjcthtltnoc
TOblflhlco 01, Vl.1 k , ' , Crabrcbhtb
11- : Billiards and Pool
Z. F. MOO'DY
IwVRGK Jji fMMODIJS ' VARI6USK
t . xiywi''"
!lfomJl httentio'ti pitid to thoe
Banking frust Co.
Now prepared to
furnish complete fucil
ities to customers.
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Fo warding MefriaVit
j i v
vhp( favor me vl
ahd Onion Pacific
Ocean Steamers between PoVtlan'd
and San Francisco every five 'Uay.
Tickets to and from all parts of
the United States, Canada and
For particulars, '-call rm or address
JAS. IRELAND, Agt.,
C. E. RANOUS
t . ' .-
t -Estimates, Plan's.and Spec
'ficalious furnished. ....-,'v,.,.
FREE 0JF C M A R Q E
Leave orders at Pilot Butte Inn
Sealed bids will b re
ceived until December
20, 1904, by 36hn B.
for the clearing 'of 50
acres or more of sage
brush land; brush to be
cleared and piled. Right
reserved to reject any
and all bids.
lOn the-coimter you will
also nnd catalog ijlus-
11 you wirt the
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