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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1905)
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Willi ptwr nt the Merrill Dr'u,; Co.
in Hcnftdii. W. tf.
, Closing out sale, ne.xl wfeck; nt
Now Voi I: Cusli Ntoic.
1 The I.ndlei Aid rtociuly liavc
toady-niudu kitchen uproits for mile.
, The fuinottft American Ilutittty, u
Hew cocktail just out, nt Tlie Office.
i Work Huh ediutiieilccd on the
liuw luilt of Hie hand. It will be
i John vSteidl, lliciwiwritill inali, re
lumed Monday from a lnifiine.Ni
trip to I'ortlaud.
. Mim. J. H. Iluwthoril niul
daughter of Roland, wete Ileud
Wsiloia tliid week.
, The I.udie Aid .Society
tiieutitt MtN. V. I), Hicrmitii'.i
. We are in the wall pucr lilisi
.Hess and won't lie umler.iold by
iliiyone. Merrill l)nu: Cd.
Mr C. II. Allen and daughter
Mfiu Viola were down from The
Mendow.1 for n vilt lust week.
I'uMtttniKu for horsed, 30 cents a
Week, $2 u month, nu.tr lieud.
tf If. W. Mokkii.i.
i MVOUNre ;oinx to jxijwr your
JioiiM, commit, tit we can mtve you
iiiouuy. Merrill DniK CoulMiiy.
Hniryjonetmud Hail MoKunnett
were down from their claluw in io
i,1 Widuwidiiy, returning Tliurv
Mr. S. M. Whitted thU Inst
week hud l j uctrn of wound fenced
Win! plowwl, Ht lief litmirttend in
Tlitrc in m fin offtee room with
double window oh tht lecond floor
of th bNHk building lor rent t $10
Mm. W. K. Wilkiimou this week
rtttiriKrd lo her old xi(ioii hs da
uinUr with the IwchutM Tele
di one Co.
l'irit vInm timothy audclover ha
Kiowu iwtir MiMeN lor wle hi Arm
AuiHf'ii iMnt in Ileud, in hiiv tiiinti-
titKii leired, hi ih regulur tiiHrkut
. J. 1'. JoIiumu imn IcMMiil his
tluev-ntory jooiuiiiK hoic to his
(liuiKhtur.MiM Annie, and hiuuwlf
youe t) make improvements on hib
Sunday ul 1 1 o'clock the Rev. J.
A. Mitchell will preach nt the It. M.
Hall 1111 "Tint ReMiirection." At
p p m. he will eakoii "I'rovhtiou
Mi-e Iilu mid Com rfntlicr.
Jackie llrock ntid Annir Johnson
went I'lincvillc to- Saturday and
"rooted" for tint bnaulmll team at
1 iloblM MtHtimt on tlie Priueville
road h.u begun earing for travelers.
Its find hunch of business wnt. to
rcfrctdi the Iwhtlwll people InM
Saturday mul Sunday.
Oil Wedinwdny the grandstand
was built at the ball ground. It
lias capacity for m.-mjiik foo koplc.
iTlic diamond link Iweu ll-velvd and
p.mked with' a roller mid in Iwini;
put into improved mIihpc.
Mrs. II. P. llclkuap, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Booth ami Mr. mul
'Mrs. DavidStewnrt, ol Priueville,
diove out yesterday mid went up
the river on a fiuliiiiK excursion.
They expect to return tomorrow.
Robert A. Pitett, who came to
Ileud last week from North Cnro
Una, this wek bought thl- bakery of
'Mrs. Itvu A. Stiele and protMMws to
enlarge tlie husitiestt in till Hues.
I fu will put in 11 brick ovuii mid
bake nil kind of bread mid pnstry
011 a larxe scale. He will, liowever
vtit out tlie rtstaurnit, which Mrs.'
Stuulemadea feature of her business.
TemiKirarily Mrs. Steele has taken
the new Ilndgea building.
The Liiillct Aid wiciely would
like to obtain work in the InllowiiiR
lines: General iiieudinn, (yentle
inun's mendiuRa specildty) making
chiidreu's nptotts, babies' clothing,
ladies apron of all kinds, mid
humminir household linens. Please
leave packages of mciidiiiK with
the name plainly wtitteilat Hcfld
'Mercantile store. All ladies are
bordially Invited to atlend meet
lugs of the Ladies Aid ami
become active members.
Untile Rye coekuii'. t The OfiV
('lOeli Oniulis luady for tlie table.
W. S. Nicliol. If
Cnbljiige plants ready to fict out.
W S. Nicliol. tr
The John I'liiih punch at
()' Kline's Tlie Office.
Id! IliosterhoUs lias cleared nhtl
seeded five acres on his homestead.
ICvery tiling in the wall pajwr
lineal tVaoilable jltices. Merrill
A daiicc will be given this even
ing in the Hall for the benefit of the
wns down from
ty-t2 for hcveral
mid wife have
L. II. McCaiin
his homestead in
days this week.
W. I) Wilton
moved to Ileud lo reside during the
Raspberries, strawberries ami nil
miiiwII nursery stock for sale by W.
J. Iliickley, Ileud, Oregon.
Money saved by buying shoes
etc., at the closing out sale oT the
New Vork Cash storet Dtschulcs.
Dayton, df Colfax,
timber proof on his
S. M. I!(iilev, of the Crook County
Journal mid MIm I'Ay Ilodees. were
I married at 'Priueville Inst Sunday
evening. I he groom is the son of
Rev. C, ) Ilniley.
Mihs Uitth Dayton daughter of
Merchant P. V.. Dnytoti has arrived
at I.aidlaw mid joined her jinreutb.
She speUt the winter with let
atives at Waitsburg, Wash.
Mr. ami Mrs. William T.
Stephens left yesterday for .Cash
Creek, tfi miles northwest of
Sisters, wheie they will have cliaree
of the toll gate the coming season.
Mr and Mrs. A. 1.. Hunter will
leave Sunday for Hums. Mr.
Hunter will VcUlrn'to Pcnd inn few
weeks but Mrs. Hunter may re
mniii in litirna well into the slim
mer. J. II. Miller, wife mid two child
ren nrrived in Hend Kridny evening.
Mr. Miller has been stationed nt
Shaulko representing the Dos
sliutes Improvement Company
His family has Ikx'Ii residing at To
coma, Wash., but llaS ctmie here
Mr. mid Mrs. C. A. 'SiWinbour,
of Pittsburg, Pn. nre g4te?Ui at ,the
Wluttcd homestead . tliut week
They nfe so well plcnscd with Uii
country that they have decided to
make llieir home here mid lake up
laud. Tlie Spniuliours arc old
friends of Ihe Whitted family.
I 1 .
O O Hieeie, of Wnltesbilrg,
Wash., has nrrived 'iit I.aidlaw,
and will lc ' timckccpOr for the
I Columbia Southl'rn c'ompmiy. Mr.
Hrec.e hns been connected with the
bunking business, and it is under
stood that he will be Connected with
the I.aidlaw bank. when it Opens
its doors for business.
Miss Ciiieriu loaded nil the cares
of the telephone company ujhmi her
shoulders yesterday and wan ilelld
girl at the Ituttd exchange all day,
Mra. Olierill Inking her place nt
meal time. They have mastered
the rriUtihtt of U10 telephone busi
ness and gel much enjoyment from
tending 'Ihe 'switchboard., Mrs.
(iiicHii will have a day next week.
1 . . .
A new grade is beiint constructed .'. .'"T 1 .. .
just this side of Priueville oil the urnnRe m tno 11. 1. s p. C9.
C'OijUy road, which does not ex- A ;chmige has Ixjcn made di the
cecu 7 pur cent' at any point, ami uehciiuies irrigation a. rower uo,
vill to a very great degree do away vhurcby Ku S, StUule MiccH'ds
witli the lionvy three-iiuarter mile , W. It. (iuurin. jr., iii the bbartl of
pull from .the'jevel of the town to 1 directors and 1. If. (Ueriu an.socre
tiie plati'ati west of the river. The.tary and treasrirer' of the corpora
iew road swings up the lull to.tlie, tioiiv Tlie work o disposing1 of
left from the Crooked Hvor Dridge'laudfrof tht' company'fl segregrttiou
lind is oile and a quarter mileHn in this region" lias been put in the
leugtli, joining tlicprescuttrlivclleU bauds of H. fi. Cool: S:
ipglrway ,eiy near the 'descent of previously Jild till'
lliecld giadi Twentv--ev4M ir,eu Somlurn davejjat.n
Ufe1 employed Mid Nill hv he oliangts wer nai'o i !'
A. C Lucas will go to Madras
soon where he. will conduct a hotel
business. Mrs. Lucas will go
about May t.
The Poiudexter Triplett - Puett
fishing parly returned last Friday
with five big Dollies and 100 pounds
of smaller fish,
John K. Ostriim, of Unllard,
Wash., was here the first of the
week looking over the country
with a view to locating.
Parties desiring home f.rown
nursery slock of commercial va
rieties can get same 1) ikeing W.
J. Iliickley, Hend, Oregon.
Attention land seekers! I can
locale you oil as good homestead or
timber laud as any oile for $50. L
II McCaiin, ilcnd. Otcgon. mi:
V. S CcmmiMioner Don P. Ren
ami Archie Mason were in Ileud
Monday 011 automobile and stage
business. They live nt Madras.
The Pilot Unite Co. this week
llBll III., ft. .1.1 tl.al II.... ..tllMIt ill..
river 011 the easi side just above the -10"1 Aptll t.j. 1905:
bridge planted to alfalfa and oats
Hdgtiile liiiuler brdugiit to tdwn
thift week some fine rndisheH grown
011 his place near the Swallcv
bridge on thcMlW.ig ranch, which
Lucier has leased. The seed for
the radishes was rather carelessly
sown on New Venr's day and 1U1
old window wns laid over it. Snow
came niul btlried it and there seem
ed small promise of a radish crop,
but in due tittle tlic-planU appeared
mid now there nre radishes to de
light both the eye add palate,
They grew half in tlie ripen air.
Radishes grown wholly in the
open air by Mr. Litcier will be
ready for market in about three
weeks. They might have been
ready earlier had Mr. Lucier leguu
cultivation sooner, but he waft en
gaged elsewhere until 11 few weeks
ago, He is gteatly pleased with
his gardening prospects.
Kffcctive May 1st, 1903, the rates
of the Deschutes Telephone Com
pany for rental of its telephones in
Uend. O'rcgbii. will be as follow,:
I'or telephones in places of busi
ness three dollars ($3.00) per
I-'or metallic residence line two
dollars (f i do) er month.
For l.irty residence line one dol
lar and fifty cents f 4,1.30) per month.
These rates will apply to all ex
isting as well as future telephone
Tin: DnseiHTKK Tiu.iti'iioxit Co.
UyW. H. Gttcriii.jr.,
Pres and Gen. Mgr.
Chnncc for a Rcdtnilrnnt.
liogue & Son, at Holland post
office, which is also a stage .station,
have for a long time kVpt a stop
ping plaCe for travelers. They
wish to give up that part of tlteir
1 business, and offer inducements for
a good restaurant there There are
now steady boarders and a consider
able number of transients to accom
modate and there will be a fine
trade in the summer. For partic
ulars call on
I ion uit a. Sox,
mi Roslaud, Or.
-1 r- rs.
i'hc following is a list of letters
remaining uncalled-for in the Hend
Allen. Oliwr Morxn, Nnri
AihIt4ii, HiihH Mtfrclmul, C. A
lkt. V. II. I. McDmhIoI. U. T.
I lU1111.nl, Iuru KiiImh, J. M.
llnmii, IMU.) Soiilll. V.
I'KMIhIv, Vvrxinh Stawntt, J. I.yutt
I'rry, Julia Soelwl, Henry
l,wS, Jhui-i Vhicient, John I'.
Moorelnnil, C A.
Persons calling for these letters
will please say tlicy are advertised.
A. H. (jiant Postmaster.
All This fur $15.
10 Hi, police
I 11m. tr
50 111. MIltNk
lo IIm. lt
1 cbm- liullinl cstru
lo lit, rife
IX 11. irunir'
1W. iiocnnwii '
nt II. iUk wlHMt
10 UK ridkil imU
in III. Imtuhh
10 IIm. (Him inul
I Mtfk lUiar
lU!i;iieTK.s Ikkhution- s lwr.K Co.
i he Deschutes Telephone Com
pany has established .the following
Injurs when its exchange will lc
okmi in Ileildt Week dny, from
7130 a. nt. to 9:00, p. in. Sundays
and holidays) from o. a. 111. to
i::oo ilooit, mid from 5:00 p in. to
9:00 p m. w .
FREE OF CHARGE
Dr. Herbert EHeby
Will be )u Hend on tliy I5th of
APRIL to rcitiui'u soine time,
upd will le repa-cd" to tel and
Ht the eyed of all persona in
need of ..
Rttlicr Single or Ul-Potnl.
)trora of refraction sttcli' as
Hyperopia, M.y6pia, AsVigiun-
, carefully conccted
ft .Yqut dome if
Arc yoii particular about yotif
.stationery? 1)6 you like heat, clean',
up-to-date bufciheM priulilig on the
very l.6st Mock made? .Don't you
think it a godd idea to make theftc
thiUgs a port df your bu.siudM?
o b o o o
The Kiiiillying of this class of work
is a part of our biuiiucaa that re
ceives particular attention. The
materials wc use mid the type faces
mid workmanship we put into the
iolx wc tlirn olit give you a product
that cannot fail to give satisfaction.
Our equipment is second to none in
the interior of Oregon. When yoti
bring lis a piece of work you may
know first df ail that every line iii
it will be in the latest tytc stylos
we haven't ah old tyje face in the
There is I10 delay in RCttiilK yodr
vork. It is a point with us to get
the finished job in the hands of the
customer With reasonable dispatch.
Another satisfactory feature in our
job business is that wc do not in
any instance abk a hold-up price.
All we ask is a profit compatible
with successful business. Your
printing will not look like a black
smith had done it when done by
The Bend Bulletin
HADLEY & STEPHENS
on the market
licst bar arid best service in the
1 W. WRIGHT.
ucavp. ,vruers m 1110 miucun uiuici
Fresh Fruit arid Vegetables
. . . BUTTER AND EGQS . . .
THE CITY MARKET
C. II, KUICKSOK, PKOPKUiYOK
Fresh and Cured Meats and Fisli
Uverytlilnjc Pcftalnlng td a HrstClass MaHiet
WUST BUILDING, Wall St., t BHND, OREGON
T T 1 A-p-
Tr?e OFFICE SALOON
3Sct 'mv Service lit
WB ! 4w I I IIMH.I I '
Oowilng AlltJy I
Hot IrtiiuU of
011 die Market
Xtllhvb, Olc '
and Make Mohoy
Tor j'.-irtfrulnrs write or call on
J. W. Rutherford,
l.nldlnW, - - Oregon
Free Land in Oregon
Under the "Carey Irrigation Art Dercl
illrect frm Ule. WKITU OK CAI.r,
TODAY lluoktet' 'nil map free II H
noV A I n il Alder trt I'oftUml. Or.
Notice is hereby given that my
property next . south of the Bend
owniitc is not, a dump ground for
ubbish and persons who hae
laulcd rubbish there will save
hemselvcs expense by taking the
in V. H. Staats.
In PILOT BUTTE DEVELOP
MENT CO.'S office bulldlnfr at
Cor. Wall and Ofiio sfs.
APPLY AT COMPANY'S OFFICE
The Deschules Telephone
any port of the World.
and all Pacific Coast cities
Public PAY Station
Bend - Oregon
THE DESCHUTES TELEPHONE CO.
Leaves Iteml every Tuesday,
Tlturwlay ami Saturday at
11. nt.. arriving at Tuntalo at 11
a m.; lcaxs Tumalo on Mtne
lays nt in, a in, arming at
Ilcnd at 2: 15 p. in. Accomtiio
datiuiif for paifevitxepi a'td
William j Dowhiflg
Coritc Irt- take a loolc nt n
beautiful dlpjay of
1 On the counter '6u will
otso unu catalog mus-
If you vranttlu:
'Merrill Drug Co-
BRND, OREGON 4
r id open m twrt v cck'