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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1905)
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ViilI paper lit lite Merrill Drug Co,
Illriiu, HliortH and chop. MuUlj;
Ilcokcr. ' '"
jOct yci'iir ValqntlncH t Nv York
Mil .Store, DcHcliultM.
Household furuituru for mile.
iitiiro of Crook County Kealty'Co.
iThe John I'llllll lltllicll ll(
Kuiic'h Tlio Oflicc.
Postmaster G, V. Winter, of
Jumiilo, iu on n lutHliicsi trip to
jjirtlnml, 'i "
l Every thing In wu wnii iMijier
lie til leimonublc prlcurf, ' Merrill
rug Co, -
The windows for the- UnptlNt
iitiren nave arrived nun were put
pliiltt this week. i
Allium, inumiuw tiny nun nn
tuids of grain. Mullg & Ifcvkcr.
Charles IlaiiicN, who has' been
kioiuly ill Willi pneumonia for
lie tRiwt lined weeks, is now In a
'Mr wuv n recover.
Ticket to lecture and recurved
L-nt tickets iipj oil mile lit the drug
More mid II. M. htore.
f The now l'lorn-Dorii eocljtfjil ut
'I... rCf.r. U tlrwt.,
MM VIIIVV Miwy"!
I). W. Dorrnucc hns koiic to Port-
IiikI. after looking through the tim-
Ur up the Deschutes.
Landlord J.uciih. of the Pilot
jluttc Inn, left ycsttdiiy for a trip
p Portland to get help for the
1'rnnk (Isrilcnlcr lius arranged to
put U 300 tons of ice UiiV Winter
Mid will .supply nil coiner.s next
Mill feed Sj.75 Pr hundred nt
Mut.in and IJckar s.
Qlc I'.rickfton hint Icflicd his
building on tloud street Hint lie
cccntlylntiicltL of A. J. Crotrory,
Ito a Mr. 0. .Slater who wilj install
lii good restaurant and lodging
The fhmotu American Hciiuty, a
new cocktail just put, At The Oflicc.
JophIf. Tagijart has been ap
pointed, ajjyut at 'Heud for the Cold
Ucsefvf Awociawon, of Mount
Vlottsqut, Michigan, a frnturunl life
assurance nvsoctation that is rapidly
extending its business cust and
S. II. and Cordon Dnrriiucc have
their .sawmill out at the Kelvin
place, two-thirds of the way to Sis
ters, nearly ready for ojwrntion.
Tlje setting of the holler remains to
1 done. The null will have n ca-
iiiicity of about 25.00.) n day.
The lKt line of whiskies
cigars in Crook county at
Mis Grit co Jones can now be
found nt her home, corner !!
jpid 'Pwcjfth Mruets. Sho will be
glad to consult with any one about
levHjts. either vocnl or instrumen
nl. Any time Saturdays; other
flit) between, rmir and six o'clqck.
If you want shoes rehired .sec
y. 'J Slopheijs aljouj it. le lvc
A Presbyterian Uuliefi Aid Soci
ety was oriiuizel on Thursday
iilternoou with the following offi
cers: President Mrs. Duncnn Mc
Millan; vice-president. Airs. !'. V.
Jlattuu; hecretary Miss Utta A
Hunter; trcusiucr Mrs. C. M.
Wp Itre iu the wall paper busi
Ituiw and won't lw undersold by
anyone Merrill Drug Co.
The Revs. J. Anthony Mitchell
and John K MacCillivniy, of the
prcsbytcriai) ehuroh, n re holding
meetings every evonlug nt the
II. M. hall, iiftur wing service
for so minutes. Sunday services
will be helil nt thy llaptist church
nt ti n. in. and 7130 n. nt, The
series will close will; a lecture iletft
Thursday evening 011 "Tlio Cnta.
combs ot Home" by Mr Mitchell,
who spent three months iu the ex
amination of those interesting sub
terranean burial vaults.
If voii are golili,' to paper your
house, consult us. Wc can save you
money. Merrill Drug Company.
It is tough on Oregon to think of
having three of its congressional
delegation indicted for Hhnring in
the pewter ware hind conspiracy.
If guilty they should be punished
to the full extent of the law if
not guilty they should not have
been indicted, nnd certainly the
evidence against them should have
been well considered before the des
perate act was given to thewdrld,
Other senators nhd representatives
feci chagrined about it, and may
not be willpig to sit with our mem
bers until it is established that they
have been "hcucyed," and had no
connection whatever with the
frauds. Then whal? Iakeview
l'lue seed barley, also barley
chop" . Inquire of John lUucr,
WIND'S PIRST RECITAL.
(m Joiiok Scores n Success, Vocnl
The nrnt purely municul event in
Ilciitl, nnd therefore, of course,
historic, wai the Hong nnd plana
lecilitl f;lvcii nl the Pirl, liaptist
chitroh Inst Haturdiiy night'' by
Miss Qrnce Jones, A hundre'd
find fifty people ntlended. In'1 nn
rtudltorlum srt new that pot nil tile
Windows weic yet in, but it was
comfortable, even cosy, nnd every
one of (ho to numbers of the pro
jjnunmo Wns thoroughly enjoyed,
Miss Hlvn King wis accompanist
and acquitted herself with great
Miss Jones linn n voice of pleas
ing quality and jKiwcr not the
kind of power tiint nssatjlts the car
and jars the cones off the pines, but
a carrying strcugh, a perfect
modulation, excellent yocnlijratio'tl
and n- truly artistic coloring ll
also hns the powor of reserve; tlieic
is no hint of exhaustion at either
end of the register. it the piano
her work lias .similar ohamcteri.t'.ics
of flexibility, sympathetic phrasing
and accurate execution.
The selections presented nn
agreeable variety, from sad Del
Kiego to he bptightly "Tippcrary"
o Pisher. A characteristic French
song, I.eo Stern's "Coquit o " and
n German coiupoojtibn, Kjirccll's
"Schnsucht," both sung with the
ease of one lorn to the tongue,
and Miss Jones is muchofnliu
quint showed a wide range of ac
complishment. Her ballads were
particularly well done, at least
struck mokt popular appicciation.
The extra little farewell ditty
"Prudence" was churiuiiigly sung
and added to the regret of the audi
ence that the programme was
MAIL. OUT ON SUNDAY.
Hut Kono Out on Monday--Scven-dnv
Col. V. V. Vallls, nssistant sup
erintendent of the railway mail
service for this division of the
United States and having super
vision of the .service in Central
Oregon, has returned from a three
month!' trip to Washington. He
was iu Prineville the first of
the week. Iu a message to
The llullctin he said the trouble
over the mail from Silver Lake
was due to n misunderstanding o
orders. The Silver Lake postmast
er had been directed not to scud
mail north Friday night at mid
night. Hy mistake he held the
mail Friday morning midnight.
All that has now been straightened
Now, however, the schedule pre
viously iu force at Silver Lake has
been restored, but a change has
lwcu made at Heud. Hereafter mail
will go north from Heud Sundays
but opt Mondays. This is foe the
purpose of getting prompt despatch
for Saturday's mail, it being as
sumed that few business letters re
quiring quick service will be writ
ten on Sunday. Thevolume of Sun
day mall Is usually large but it is of
social rather than business nature.
It is understood, however, that
the daily mail service to Heud re
cently petitioned for will .soon be
inaugurated and that wc will not
be without the outgoing Monday
mail but n few weeks, at most.
QUtiBR BUROLARS AT WORK
Two Scared from O'Kuiie's Ware
liotmo Tuesday Night.
Shortly nfter dark Tuesday even
ing two men climbed on the top of
O' Kane's liquor , warehouse, near
his residence on Oregon street, nnd
tried to get through the cupola
down ninong the wet goods below.
Mr. O Kane happened to be near
by at the time, and saw the men at
work. He had a small electric
laini) iu his nockct which he turned
on the bilrgiars, nl the same time
calling for Ids wife to bring his gun.
The thieves lost no time in getting
down nnd away. In reporting the
matter Alderman O Kane said he
thought he could identify the man.
Tlte next day the alderman
made another examination of the
premises apd then reported the
best joke of the season upon him-
BLACKSM1THINQ AND HORSESHOEINQ
All kim of wagon work done
self. In the uncertain light of lh
evening, nnd rising and moving
about himself, he had mistaken
two distant tree tops for burglars,
Since this became known The
Oflicc has been a favorite resort
for people necking burglars.
One night hist week u man went
to the Poiudexter tent, next to Al
Herman West's, and took posses
sion and made himself comfortable
lor the night. On departing next
day he carefully locked the place
and took the key with him.
COMEDY POR IlfiND.
I ho Clrcui Girl or The Arabian
A company of Prineville people
dramatically inclined last week put
on (he boads the comedy, "The
Circus Glrlor the Arabian Nights,"
which was so successful from nil
points of view that they have offer
ed to present it In licnd for the
k'liofit of the reading room which
the Magur.iuc Club is about to
open. The offer has been accepted
aifd'thc farce will be given on
Saturday night of next week at the
M M. hull with the following cast:
Mr. Arthur UimiiiiiiiKtop, I'rof A C
Itnlt1i Uriiicrod Mr I). Miu-lwl
JiMMijdi (lUlllinmil - - Mr. Joo lrccn
IIoImoii .... Mr, Almk ,cvrly
Mrf. lliitiiiniiiKtoi), MIih WIiiiiIh C'llm
Mm. OillibritiMl, Mm. II. J'. Itolkuup
KHA (Joki in 1I it Mm ..luliii I.vtli
IMixy .Miilihnxl MIm MmihI Kt-bttr
lUrlhtrK .'.... .MU lorn Ward
This is hure to be a dramatic
event of great interest and enjoy
incut, something in the theatrical
line that Heud has udt 'had. and
in u cause that will apeal to every
Hy buying gooib. ot lillen Orcutt
at Lytic, Orugon. New and fresh
stock for the lowest prices K)ssible
for cash. !cn Orcutt, Proprietress.
For Slo or Rent.
I.ivcry stable with 16 stalls,
harness roqm, and granary. Apply
to It. K. I.amb, Manager Des
chutes Improvement Co.
.-., a fllitisat MifAllAV fltr MCUrilltf DAtthtt,
.TV'TT? V't". .fl.k.'k. i fcT m1
tpftultiotUit without olianio, taU
A hniliom.lr llluilrtltd tklr. Urml lr.
Biiuoh Ordure r BU Wihlngn. 1), U.
in first-class shape.
c BUND, ORUOON
If wc haven't what suits you. Qf
fancy, wiU'procurc them on shoir lg
notice. " Merrill Drug Companyt 1
JFree Land )
I in Oregon?!
S IN THE richest grain, S I
S fruit and Mock section in S .
) the world. )
I ? Hundreds of thousands S
S of acres of laud ready for )
the settler I
i AT ACTUAL ?
? COST QF. RECLAMATION
i Frp.m the State of Oregon ?
The cost of land averages S
) f 10.00 jwr; acre. S
I PERPETUAL WATER
I RIGHT I
) Irrigation Company under con-
trol of the State Land Q
C Hoard of Oregon c
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lESCIiUTnS IMPHOYEMCNT CO. J
t IIHND, - OREGON
kUAAltfv 60 YEARS' U' n
; ' AND
Fncst juir pud bes. service In the city
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J. W. WRIQHT.
Plans and Spccifipations Supplied and Estimates
Leaye Orders at flio Uullctln Office.
If you need Clothing It will bo to your
advantage to buy them of
R. E. SIMPSON,
Tie Central Oregon
Capital Stock, $25,000
Conducts a General Banking and Trust Business
Uought and Sold.
Drafts made on all
parts of the world.
K. cjriqn.v, Jk
. 31. LAWItKXCK, fcec'r
"P. 0. 3IIN0K, Gasiiieu
BEND - OREGON
Fresh Frijt and Vegetables
f,. BUTTER AND EGGS...,
THE CITY MARKET
C. H. ERICKSOtf, I'KOI'KIKTOR
Fresh and Cured
Pine Tree Store e. a. sather, p.
Wa St, pear Minnesota
Boots and Shogs. -SHELF
DRY GOODS and a General Line of GROCERIES
Remember to Call on Us nt The Pine Tree Store
: HUGH O'KANE, I
gga Proprietor. g'raTobt
TW",JSr5nl 30cot asnr Sd'vicc in KSii"
., (trOOU COUUtV. S3on6an&
tmpotlcS BowHnir Allev crow.tjcrmltafle
TObiohice ., I!, "?? , CrabOrcbaro
Billiards and Pool
H. K. SKltUAI.lt,
Bend Livery &
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Qeneral Delivery, Trucking and Transferring.
Bond street, txtwctu Uluucsolk uil Orf ion,
NEW HOME BAKERY
llaviug t'ecided to put in a first-class bakery, we
vfill be ready for business about Jan. to. We will
then have our building and oven complete. Will
deliver all bakery goods to any part of the city or
Deschutes. Watch for the NEW HOME BAKERY
wagon. A 'phoUe will be iu the building, so call
us up nud we will deliver your bread aud pastry at
your dodr. Bakery oppoiite Baptjst .church on
south side of street. v A. L. STEPHENS, Prop.
on the market
Ranking & Trust Oo.
Noy prcipared to
furnish complete facil
tuu. t. r:nnnwn.T.rc m: n
Meats and Fish
to a First-Class Market
- Genfs' Furnishing Goods
J. l'KANK STROUD.
Hi-V T r f Mim. C. A, McOowrti,
U 1 C Lttcvtlua
.'al s nnd Room always clean
rid well supplicd-Ratcs reasonable
C :an Steamers between Portland
md ''an I-rancisco (icvcry.fivc days
T ' kets to and from all parts of
the ITnited States, Canada and
F,.-;particular9, call on or address
JAS. IRELAND, Agt.,
The DaJIcs, Oregon.
Harness and Saddles-
Extras of All Kinds
and First Class
a S. LIVINGSTON,
0a Jkod St. next to new llrery brn,
The Deschutes Telephone
Tclegfqms Forwarded to "
i any part of the World.
and all Pacific Coast cities
Public PAY Station
Bend - Oregon
iuTDESCIIUTES TBLEPHONI CO.
if Come In take a look at a
M beautiful dltplay ot
flHOn tha counter you will
f3l)B also tlnd catalog Uluv
If you want the lffifcS8fe
very beat values EgWSsyBl
for your money C7J'l'C dtM
1 Merrill Drag. Co'py.
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