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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1905)
Wall paper at the Merrill Dnuc Co.
The new l'lorn-Doni cocktail at
The Oflicu biiIooii.
- Ice cienni i(l cake Hitrdny and
fiumluy iJ. tlio Home Hakvry. tf
The LmlleH Aid society have
ieadymadu kitchen aprons lor Hale,
.. - a at
I , The ruinous American iiuauiy, a
fVuew cocktail jimt out, at The Qlflec.
IIouMyhuld ftirullurc for mile.
Inqujreof Crook County Kealty Co.
Wo ure In the wall paper btjnl
pc.s.H and won't he undurptl hy
iiiyonc. Merrill Dnitf Co.
The front of the liend Mercantile
Company's store lint bcci ndo.riich'
with an up'to-datc canvas fiyifiiK.
T, A. Jciisoii came in from
Tuuialo yesterday and left this
liiornfiiK for it hitMiiie.v trip to The
There h a finu ofltao mqm with
double windows, on the ajscqiid Hoor
of the bunk l)iidii; for icut at f,w
Don't ovorlcMik the fact that the
Jlend Mvory & Tniimfgr Co. sells
hay, outs and barley chop as cheap
hi quy place in town.
U. H. Cotumiiwloiier Lttcddc
matin, of Antelope, and Timothy
llrowiihllt, of the Madras Pioneer,
were lluiul visitors Friday iid Sat
jir'day. Grant llrnskett, who hai n home
iteud ju the vlgitifty of Asliwood,
Tntaiuls lttiivliif' tomorrow for tlnil
property, to jvu his, tjtiic to its
Tlc smiill htructmc ndjoiuiiiK
the H)tt ollicu, which has Immiii
(mud as a htOKe office and exprw
(IcjKjt, hns been removed and a
larger Imililinjt is twing constructed
fur the purK)c.
S. 1). rrcival, who has for the
Hicutcr pnrt of the msl year been
cotiuactwl with Tha Htilletitl oflice,
I'.ocrt to I)im hoinctcfld cnr Mndnis
this week to nluiit crop II ud do
otltur development woik,
l'ostmtutcr A. II. Grant has had
(he KtofUcc buildiiiK enlarged, by
(he addition of 13 feet on tlu rwir
and rearrniiRed no as to rIvu more
room to the public as well as to the
clerical force of the office,
II, S. Lamb bus resigned as
innimncr of the HaswclMliicrin
ranch in 17-M and Willium It. Wil-
"fjft con has Ijccn appointed to succeed
" liitii, adding that ranch to the do
main previously under his manage
The Ilcud Mercantile Co. has
the fintat line of prints, citiKhfunft,
povcrts, outinj; flannels, dimities,
organdies, Swiss muslins and bat
istes that have ever been displayed
u Eastern Oregon, and the prices
J. S. Pratt, the chauffeur who will
manage the big auto car, toon to be
put in service letwccn llend and
Cross Keys waH in town Saturday.
The unto wll be shipped from
Portland in about two weeks. It
is the intention to begin. Its opera
(Ion about April 15,
A sample board of fiuUhcd mill
products from the Pilot lhitte mill
lias been placed in the company's
pfiicc which shows rustic, shiplap,
flooring and casings finished in oil
and shellac, enabling a customer to
selppt the kind of material desired.
Tlip stock is all yellow pine and
shows an elegant finish. The sam
ple lxurd was turned out from the
Jiand of W. II. Courtney.
MARCH 35, 1905
TUB FOUR AQT
Presented by the
Bend Dramatic Club
Bond Cornet Band
Two hours nud thirty minutes of
Specialties between acts.
Admission 50 Cents
No Reserved Scuts
Conic mid Enjoy Yourself
Tlio Jphif Fllim punch nt
O'Kiiuolo The Office
F.vcry thing lit the wall pa par
line at rcanouablc prices, Merrill
Skirts, wrapiwrs and everything
in ladies' wear at the Ilcud Mcrcau
The best line of whiskies nnd
cigars in Crook county at The
If you want shoes repaired sec
W. T. Stephens about It. He lives
F, . Dayton, merchant and J.
C. Thorp, painter, of I.aldlaw,
wore Hum! visitors Wednesday.
If votinrc going to'pajier your
house, consult us. We can save you
money. Merrill Drug Company.
Commencing Monday, Feb. 30th,
reduced prices on every article at
New Vork Cash Store, Deschutes.
Alselc Nclll has just completed a
34x30 two-story building in Laid
law, where his father will conduct
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thorn
thwait, who recently moved nut to
their homestead near Tuiwilcj post
office, were Hand visitors Wf-'dnos
First class timothy audclovor hay
grown near Sistcis, for sale at Arut
Antic's barn in Hciid, in any quail
titles desired, at the regular market
The dedication exercises of the
First Haptist Church have been
Mstoned to Sunday, April 9. It
wiim intended to dedicate the build
iug March af.
800 acres of fine pine timber in a
IkkIv near sawmill and good mark
et. Two large springs on the tract.
For sale at low price. It. G. Smith,
Ladies: Those Drygood and
N'otiotm you have bcu looking for
have arrived and we arc busy
opening tiiem up. Lome in ami
make your choice curly, ilcud Mer
Otviug to tlio stormy night,
which pravciiled a full a'tteudaiicc
last WeduuMlay night final action
on the organization of the Ilcud
Library Association has iwcn de
ferred to next Wednesday night.
The Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell
will preach at the First Baptist
church, .Sunday, March 19, subject ,
at 1 1 a. 111 "The Statutes at The
Iml," 7:30 p. in. "What the
world was doing when Jesus came."
A petition is out for the establish
ment of a new postofficc at the
Hobbs homestead on the Prineville
road. It is to bo known as Hobbs
and the -vctitiutt asks for the tip
ointmcnt of A. C. Micas to be
"A N'oblc Outcast," the four act
comedy drama will be presented by
the llend Dramatic Club, at the
opera house, Saturday evening,
March 35, for the benefit of the
baud. Admission 50 cents, 110
reserved soats. The cast of charac
ter will ap'tcar in next issue.
The council met Tuesday night
and adjourned for a week after
ordering the following bills paid;
K. R Lester, marshal, $75; A. W.
Yancey, night watchman, 50; H.
M, Co., merchandise, $41.65; K.
A. Sathcr, merchandise, $330: C.
H . Arnold, meals to prisoners in
Frank May departed for Shauiko
Wednesday, where lie will repre
sent the Deschutes Irrigation Co.,
among those coming into the coun
try looking for laud locution. The
change is in the nature of a pro
motion for Mr. May, whose services
here in the same capacity have
been most satisfactory to the com
pany. Mayor Goodwillie is expected to
reach home early next week, In
stead of coming directly home from
Chicago he went down to Thomas
ville, On., for u short visit with the
Drakes. The Drakes have taken a
house there and will remain in
Thomasvillc about two months, by
which time it is expected Mrs.
Drake will be strong enough to
The Pilot lluttc sawmill plant
resumed cutting Monday morning,
employing n force of forty men.
Many improvements have been
made about the mill during the
shut down other than doubling the
driving power, in the way of arrang
ing automatic sawdust feed to the
boilers ami in the construction of
new tramways, facilitating the
handling of the lumber.
At n meeting of the Bend Cornet
baud Monday evening the resigna
tion of C. N. Smith, as director,
was accepted, and C. A. Riddle
elected to that position. A renewed
interest is being taken by the
members and diligent practice . is
the plan accepted for the next few
I months. The money accumulat
ing in the treasury willbeaddtd to,
nnd n first-class set of new instru-
I ments will probably be ordered to
, be on hand for the 4th of July.
J Lutcr uniforms will be purchased.
SUVnN TIMES A WHHK,
llend Will (let Atoll Hvery liny
Almost before delivery of the
letters denying the petition recently
sent in to Washington for a daily
mall service, order for the hcrvicc
petitioned for arrived from Wash
ington. It makes the service be
tween Ucnd and Prineville daily,
instead of six times a week as here
tofore. The new service goes into
effect Mnrph 3.
The new order mixes the Silver
Lake service again. The seven
days service does not extend south
of Jlend. Silver Lake does not
scud a mail north on Sunday morn
ing, which accords with the present
absence of service out of Jlend
Monday morning, lint the new
order provides for a mail to go north
froi Ucnd at 2 o'clock Tuesday
morning, instead of Monday, the va
cant day. The hour is arrived at
by reckoning the average hourly
speed between Silver Lake and
Prineville. That would make the
time for passing Jlend 2 a. in. Dot
the road noith of Jlend is always
good and mail can be delivered in
Prineville 011 schedule time when
the stage leaves Jieud at 0 instead
of 2 a. m. The mistake as to the
date for the extra trip from Ilcud
will doubtless be corrected before
the change takes effect.
F. W. Vaillc, assistant superin
tendent of the railway mail service,
came in Saturday night and left
Sunday morning. His mission
this time was to examine the direct
route between Ucnd and J leister with
reference to having the llend mail
transferred over that route. Mr.
Vaillc did not seem much im
pressed with the expediency of the
route asked for. Tlie jwtitioii in
cluded Madras on this route, and
Mr. Vaillc thinks Madras would be
as far off the direct line at the north
cud as Prineville is at the south
end. There is a route more direct
than cither via Lamimta, ami
Culver, but that involves objection
able features in the service of side
Upon the installation of the
automobile service it is probable
that mail will be transported over
the direct route at a material having
in time and possibly a saving in
Last Wednesday a new mail
schedule went into effect between
Hciul and Tumalo. Hereafter this
mail will leave Ucnd on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at 8. a.
m. and leave Tumalo at 11.15 a-
on the same days.
Reward for Horses.
I will give a reward of? 10 each
for the return to me of a dark bay
marc, with star in forehead, and
black gelding with white specks,
both branded with A K connected,
with bar underneath, on left stifle.
The mare has a stone bruise on the
right hind leg. Adam Kotzman,
WiNSON' At camp No. 3. on
Saturday, March 11, 1905, of
pneumonia, Norma, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Densou,
aged about one year.
The funeral was held from the
First Haptist church of Ucnd on
Sunday afternoon, conducted by
Rev. O. W. Triplctt. Interment
was made, temporarily, on the Hat-
IN THIS richest grain,
fruit and htock section in
Hundreds of thousands
of acres of laud ready for
COST OF RKCLAMATION
From the State of Oregon
The cost of land averages
$10,00 per ncre.
Irrigation Company under con
trol of the State Land
Board of Oregon
DESCHUTES IMPROVEMENT CO.
DFNn, - ORKGON
J. PRANK STROUD, Alnnngcr
LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE
HOKHJ',8 llOAI(l)KI) JIY Till'. DAY, WjJHK OK MONTH
Plrsl-Class Livery Rigs for Rent. Tlione No. 15
llotnl ilml, between iUnutvA iut Oitum.
Highest grade The best.
CIGAR.S on the market
Finest Ijar and best
Plans and Specifications Supplied and Kstimatcs
Leave Orders at The Bulletin Office.
If you need Clothing it will be to your
advantage to buy them of
K. E. SIMPSON,
The Central Oregon
Capital Stock, $25,00Q
Conducts a General Banking and Trust Business
bought and sold.
Drafts made on all
parts of the world.
W. i:. ClUl'.ULN, Jn., I'iimh. A. L. tiOOmVILMK, Vice Prim.
J. 31. IjAWIIKXCK. Hkc'y
F. (). MIXOIt, L'ahikk ""
BEND - OREGON
SHELDON & iWKINNON
General Blacksmithlng and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Rigs furnished on short notice to any
part of the city. 'Phone No. 1
HORSES - BOUGHT - AND SOLD
CHARLES T. IIUiNT, Proprietor.
...BUTTER AND EGGS...
THE CITY MARKET
C. II. KRICKSON, PKOruiirroR
Fresh and Cured Meats and Fish
Everything Pertaining to a Flrst-Clnss Market
WEST BUILDINQ, Wall St., BEND, OREQON
BLACKSAUTHING AND HORSESHOEINO
All kinds of wagon work done in first-class shape. Short
notice jobs a specialty.
orrogmt scnooi.iiousis iiknd, orkcon
Billiards and Pool
service in the city
Banking & Trust Co.
Now prepared to
furnish complete facil
itics to customers.
licit Brandt or
011 the Market.
Sill vrJ. 10
ferncss and Saddles
Cxtrnsof All Kinds
nnd First Class......
G. S. LIVINGSTON,
On UoihI SI. next to new llrerjr barn,
rAHSI'.NCJlK TRAIN TIMK CARD.
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amd union Pacific
Ocean Steamers between Portland
and San Francisco every five days.
Tickets to and from all parts of
the United States, Canada and
For particulars, call on or address
JAS. IRELAND. Agt.,
The Dalles, Oregon.
On the counter you will
also And catilotf lllua-
If you "want the
very best values
for your money
Men if! Diiis Co.
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