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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1905)
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Wnll paptir iU the Merrill Drtlg Co,
The new Fl6riilWa edoktail nt
Ice croaill il cake SutilhliiV titld
Sunday nt the Home Ilak'ury. If
The UdluA Aid npclV'ty haVcJ
ruadyinadc kitchen nproiirt for kic.
The uimoii.-i Anicilcan Ilcauty, a
new cocktail jurit out, rtl ThcOfhVc.
Knglnccr I,. I). WIcstl.sKnc'ndllig
he week In l'rlneville oil bllMiucsM,
Wo ate In the wall paper Imni
liesH and won't bu ttudcisdld by
anyone. Merrill Drue Co.
, The llend Cornet Hand enlivened
the .streets Sunday afternoon by
rendering tiacicd and patriotic! airs.
There 1.1 a fine oflice room with
double windows on the necond floor
of the buirk building for tent at io
Mrs. J. Frank Stroud and Mrs.
II. C. F.IIIh njent evcnil days last
week on an excursion in the I lay
Stack country .
Don't overlook the fact ttlal the
ilend Mvery & Transfer Co. kcIIm
buy, oats and b.irjey chop as cheap
an an)'- place in town.
PoHtmastcr A. II. Grunt ujlilmui
ccs that 48 new poHtoflic, lock
box cm have been ordered, and are
expected to arrive nliout April 1.
Mr, and Mrs, !'. F. Smith ami
on, of Tuninlo, hpeut Tuesday in
town on business. Mr. Smith is of
the Ifightmvcr & Smith Sawmill
X'o,, nnd states that they arc cutting
Readily with about 15 men cm
ployed. The Ilend Mercantile Co. has
the fluaat Hue of prints, gingham-,
I'ovcrts, outing llaiiucls, dimities,
jrirgaridici, Swiss muslins mid bat
Istes that have ever been displayed
iuf Hasten. Oregon, and the prices
K. A. Grifliu made a trip to his
JiomcHtcnd In 1913 this week, Ink
ing a load of lumber ami barbed wire
for fencing. A substantial barn
wn.s completed on his place last
week by L. II. McCaim. The
llwcT.Ing was erected last year.
The Dullctin olicc has just added
to its job department a large Install
incut of tliu latest type faces, mak
lug the ritjuiimunt much improved
for this line lif printing. Patrons
ttf tills rifllec are guaranteed satis
faction and phhtlpt attention to nil
urclern. 1'ricvA Very reasonable.
Neat and clcail MatiOtivry is an In
tli.spciisible business adjunct. Wc
print that kind, and do it quick.
The Ladles Aid .society would
like lb obtain work in, the fdlldwing
lines: Gt'iicral mending, (gentle
lucii'.s mending a specialty) mnkliig
children'rt aprons, bibias' clothliig,
ladies nprouh of nil kinds, ami
hemming household linens. Please
leave packages of Mucuding with
the mime plainly written at llend
Mercantile store. All Indicx are
cordially invited to attend meet
lugs of the Ladies Aid and
Iwcome active members.
J. Frank Stroud went out to Lake
county recently with a loud of Ital
ians looking for laud which they had
heard was available in the Summer
Lake suction. From there they
concluded to go over to the Klam
ath country, hoping to get work on
the prospective government reclam
ation enterprise there. Mr .Stroud
rturuexl Wednesday, reporting a
satinfactory trip, though there was
50 miles of snow up to three feet
deep between koslnud ami Klamath
TUG POUR ACT
Presented by the
fiend Dramatic Club
Bond Cornet Dahd
Two hours and thirty minutes of
Vol id enjoyment.
Specialties between nets,
Admission 50 Cents
No Reserved Sents
Coma and Enjoy Yourself
Minnie Uyc cocktail at TlieOillUi
The John Pliull ptibuh at
0 Kane's Tins OHlcc.
Hvcry thing in the wall paper
line ul reasonable prices. Merrill
SklitM, wrappers tiinl everything
In ladies' wear at tile llend Mt'rcan
If you want hIiocS ropaired see
W. T. Stephens about it. lt! lives
The ljct line of vhikic.4
cigars in Crook county U
t Haspberries, strawberries rtlld all
small nurseiy stock for salii by Wi
J. Iluckley, Ilcuil, Oregon.
Commencing Monday, PclJ. ibth,
reduced, prices on every articlkat
New York Cash Store, Deschutes
Fred N. Wallace has leased the
tlcw buililiiiL' of A H. Grant next
; the bostdflice, ami will use it for a
cigar ami coiiiectioncry More.
In a Spirited game of ball at
Camp ,1 dil Sunday lust, Hob Howl
lug's "Pels" defeated Mcllrlde's
"Tigers" by tile score of a to 8.
Mrs. II. Crabtree has opened a
new millinery Mdro on Wall sticet.
just north of the H. M, store. I let
advertisement will Ijc found in this
The Ladies Aid .society met
yesterday afternoon nt the home of
Mrs. Minor. Next Thursday's
meeting will be held with Mis.
Pirst class timothy and clover hay
grown near Sisters, for .sale at A nit
Anne's hnfll in Ilelid, in any quan
tities desired, at the regular market
price. a-1 3
fMirir1r S. tli-114i-.il. nf lllf- I) I
& P. engineer corps, has begun the
construction of a cottage on the lot
next west of It. C. Mills's on Juni
Ladies: Those Drygood and
Notions you have been looking for
have nrrived atld wc nrc busy
opening them up. Come In and
make your choice early. Ucud Mer
Dr. 1. I). McKcuncy and Thomas
Staudley, of Slstcrsi spent Wednes
day in town. Mr. Staudley has
recently purchased Dr. McKen
ncy's furm. paying $J,oddthcrcfor,
and he, with Thomas Stocklcy, of
Collon, Washington, is now resid
Harry Jones and Karl Mcjteli
tiett, of Minneapolis, Minn., arrived
hero last Friday evening and will
take homestead and probably
timber claims in this vicinity. They
spent the winter In old Mexico.
They arc old friends of the family
of L. II. McCttun.
Adam Kot.mnn is hauling lum
ber out to build n new house on
his homestead. At first he will
build 16.x jo which will later serve as
kitchen for the completed structure
Mr. KoUinuu is also putting in 21
ncres of rye and barley and he is
clearing new ground for jwtatoes.
William Iluckley. father or W.
J. Iluckley, is expected to arrive
here Saturday evening from Pull
man, Washington, to look over the
Deschutes valley. It might be
added in this connection that a
number of homecckcrs at Pullman
are waiting reports from him con
cerning thiK section and their de
cisions to take land here will be
largely governed by his opinions.
Clifford M. King, who came out
from Ohio last .spring and was iden
tified with the engineer corps of I
the I). I. & P. Co. until March, is
now stationed at Hnisc, Idaho, us
aide in the U. S. geological survey
Por a short time he was with the
Oregon Water Power & Railway
Co. 111 Portland, resigning that
position to go into the government
service, lie is a graduate of Cor
nell University and young man of
genial personality and good habits
as well as high professional ability.
A number of her friends sur
prised Mrs. U W Wicst at her
home Monday night in honor of
the anniversary of her birth and
n most pleasant time was had.
During the evening slips of paper,
bearing subjects for rhymes were
distributed among the company,
who made nmch amusement as a
result of their literary efforts.
Historic subjects were nlso given
out for illustration by drawings,
the game befng 'further compli
cated by n dbnt&it of guessing
what the drnwingli .'represented.
Refreshments of 'ca'iluy , and cake
with whipped 'cYeaih "were "served.
AN This for $15.
10 llts, wlTcc
j 11m, tea
50 tin. Mignr
10 lls dned apples
to lllS. Milt
1 citxu hulled i-orn
in IIh, rk'o
IS IIh, prunes
10 lli. Ilnkvil wheat
u I Us inlK-il oats
in llis. hums
in II is t'lirii niriil
J. M. Linvteut'O hllH home money
to lend o deeded real estate,
Oct the Jleud Livery & Transfer
Co. to do your hauling and truck
ing. Thos. IS. Hoberts, of Sisters,
uiisin Ilelid on utirtlne'M .Monday,
tetiiruiuK homu Tu&iday.
V; D. Uiernmn and family are
movlilg into Hi V. Ammoiu's house,
built for them on Hawthorn aVc-mm.
II. Miller has gdne to Shatiiko,
where he will represent the De
chutes Improvement Company as
sales ngcilt for itrigaled lahds.
The luctute delivered by the iter.
J. Anthony Mitchell, at the First
Baptist church Saturday evening,
on "Cdtlrtship" was an enjoyable
Hdd acres of flile pine timber in a
body near .sawmill ami good mark
et. Two large springs on the tract.
Por laic at low price. R. G. Smith,
Somebddy shot rt dog at the
south end of Wall street Thursday
1 morning, with it rifle, tearing its
,' shoulder away but dot killing it.
1 Dr. Coe afterward humanely put an
end to its stilleriiig.
Miss Iva West, day operator at
the Deschutes Telephone Co.'s
oflice, has been unable to attend her
duties this week on account of
la grippe, and Mrs. W. R. Wilkin
sou lias filled Iter position.
The Rev. father Hlckcy Coming.
The Catholics of Hend and neigh
boring country expect a visit from
Father Hickey next week or the
following, The good clergyman is
coming to hold leittcu services; to
j see what has been done locally
towards the church bulUliug project
unci to enable all Catholics scattered
around the country to make their
Faster Duty. He will celebrate
mass nnd henr confessions ami
preach, aitd also baptize if neces
sary. Father Hickey will lecture in the
H. M. hall, hissubject being, "Can
the priest absolve from sin, and is he
paid for Itf" "Is Jesus Christ
truly and really present in the
Kticharist?" Father Hickey takes
the deepest interest in this town and
country arid should meet with
Ntltlco to the Public.
The I). I. & P. Co.. regardless of
the rumors being circulated, are still
doing business nt the old Maud and
o are we. Neither arabroke, both
on a cash basis. Our line of house
furnishings is now complete. This
is the time to select wlialyou need,
nnd you will have to hurry.
Our fishing tackle lnys arrived
and we have a stock to select from
that would tempt evoiiwa game
warden to go fishing before the first
of April. Fart of our now shoe
stock is now here, the rest is on the
road In a few days we willJx: able
to offer you the Royal Chinook,
the beat shoe made, barring -none
We are anxiously nwaitmg the
arrival of .se vet. il large shipments
of goods from Uastern factories,
when we will be able to offer, you
tlie best goods for the least mrme
of any store in Crook Co. Wait
for Us. Mail orders will lie prompt
iy utui carefully attended to?
C. A. Chapman.
IN THU richest grain,
fntit and Mock section in
Hundreds of thousands,
of acnLS of laud ready for
COST OF HHCI.AMATION
The cost of laud nverages
$10.00 pet acre.
Irrigation Company WiUler con
trol of the Sta Land
Hoard of Oftgdn
DESCHUTES IMPROMiNt CO.
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Bend Livery &
J. PRANK STROUD, Manager
LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE
HoMHiiH Hoaiiijjcij j.v tii Dav, Wtutk Um Month
Flrst-Clhs's Livery Rigs for Rent. . 'I'lwne No. 15
IPjihI licct.r-rltrii MliniMota and Orrfcoti,
Highest grade The best
CIGAR.S on the market
A 1 " Jl
Finest bar and nest
Flans dVM Specifications Supplied and Kstimatcs
LcuVc Orders nt Tins Bulletin Office.
If you need Clnthlnz It will be to your
advantage to buy them of ...
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NEW SPRING STYLES
Ladies' HatS Trimmings
To Tint T.AMK3 op Bi'.Nn: I have opened up a new millinery
on Wall Street, first door north of the H. M. Store, carrying a full line
of new and up-to-date goods. Call and inspect them.
Mrs. H. CratVtree, Bend, Or.
SHELDON & M'KINNON
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
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Rigs furnishEd on short, notice to any
part of the city. 'Phone No. 20
HORSES - BOUGHT - A'ND SOLD
CIIAKLUS T. HUNT, Proprietor.
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THE CITY MARKET
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BLACKSMITHING AND HORSESHOEING
All kinds of wagon work doile lit first-class shape, Short
notice jobs a specialty.
orrosirn Kcuooi.iiocsK nisND. orkgon
Import u J Uunntle
I ranster Co.
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