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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1905)
Wallpaper at the Merrill DrtujCa
Ice dellvurud in season. V. M.
Ueinunijier Unit tills) office doe
CIuhIiik ""I Mle, next week, til
yew York Cash Htotc. '
The funioiiH itierciiti lleauty, a
new cocktnllJiiHt Out, at The Olliee.'
The I.ndliw Aid $iclctv will
nect at Mrs. Merrill's next week.
Ten tons of merchandise arrived
at I.uidluw, Tuemlity, stock for
JudKtf UIkK!i of I'rincville, wn.
ninoinj the iilteiiilHiit.s at the Iknd
bull jjmiiic Htiudity.
We are in the wall impvr IinnI
newt and won't I ltndcioId by
Anyone. Merrill Drug Co.
I'uitnniKv for liorsyit, 50 ccnU a
week,' fs a month, near Ilend.
tf II. W. Mukkiu.
Ifvonnre goitiK to jmer your
houw, coiiHiilt 11s. We cu 11 lave you
money. Men ill Drug Company.
Jim McCoy hat none to hit hotne
Meud iHiich neitr Nladtuif to do Mime
plniuuiK- He will return in a few
There U a Aim office loqin with
double windows on the ecoiid lloor
pf the bunk building for tout U f 10
Henry Vim lfo-
their mnchett in (
lrauAOliiiC land '
..,i).r,ccil,1Pi"!?lls ,;n,ly for tllc W' Advertised Letters,
W ' H( Nltl"l' H- ' The, fn'llriX r I 1,1 f lolior.
reniiiinliii: tiicalled'for lit the Ilend
tioKtoflice April 28, 1905;
llenmlliio, Antonio Morflnon, A. ', o
viirriiino i;i nuuiMiii, jjiivci
Cabbiii'o nlatilH readv to net out.
W S. Nlchol. tf
Kor rent, newly furni.Hlicd rooimi
at the Merrill btiildliiK.
At the Merrill htiililltiir, fiirtilHhcd
t poms for runt, iiuiilrcnt drugstore,
the wall patter
ic 111 1 on 1
niiw 111 uiikouiioic
flf whiskies and
county at The
Oru. Perry mid
l w-ie in fnill)
i,V 10 thl ucelf
Mt Florence MeCnuit left lM
Satut'tHy (or h month's May u the
ilium wkteie she hs uatHhlUhed
Service will be held at the first
(iitiHiat church Sunday morning
pud cvhltig. Kev. 0. W. Triptett
Dr. Kxienlirx mil away from the
I'rincville High Jink but Saturday
to piny ImII with the lolng tetn
I,i nd lord I'oiiitlexter tn family
,f Hotel Poludexter, were amoiiK
the I'nneville wopIe whp wiv
(he Udl game .Sipulny.
Hraiil: Hotter worth does all kinds
- pf bovit And shoe repairing at reason
nbk privt'i At the Caldwell &
ttutcbwell luuliliiiK. ilciid. Or. tf
Mr. htid Mr. J O Johnston are
pxpectcd to arrive tomorrow from
Columbus, Ohio. Mr- Johnston
will probaldy remain here about
arl McKcnnctt, Harry Jones
and Hay Wilkinson were down
from their claims in 1913 and 1013
Kttudny o attend t)ic IlcmM'rine-
die ball game.
I' I,. Tomptitu has resigned the
iecrctnryship and trcasuryship of
thu Central Oregon Tramiortntioii
Compiiy and V. 1). Hicriiinn has
Xiccecdcd to the Msition.
The Ilend Concert band has heard
iniuiy compliments since its apjxrar
mice at the ball game Sunday, on
the improvement of its ploying,
which is strong encouragement to
The Rev. Kathur M. J. Hiekey
writes that the new Catholic church
at Wasco will bi dedicated May 7
y IlishopO'Uielly. of linker City.
The music will Iki by a choir of
Portland and The Dulles singers.
I.ouiA I.ce en me in from Siicrior,
Wis., Wudnesday uilit and will
tny in this locality improving his
llomuMtund and doiuic such other
work as ho can to make ends meet.
He haw wearied of Wincouisiu's
Vic O'Connor Inwists of some
very superior CKX-produciiiK fowls,
jlu has six lieuti, which, in eight
consecutive ilays, yleldwl 40 cjjrs,
all of K0Klly iix, They are brown
Leghorn obtained from the Harvey
pinch at Powell Unites.
"Dud" We.st, J. N. Hunter, T
W. Trlplett, W. II. Staats ami W.
p. Vandevert have Iwen .summon,
ud to attend the Kemiannttal term
of circuit court, which will convene
in Priueville next Monday. It is
expected the term will not exceed
n week in length.
Or. Herbert Kllcby. the Knuluntc
optician, will remain in Uend until
next Tuusday, May 3, at Pilot
Hutte Inn, where he may be con
sulted about glassctt and errors in
eve-sight. I Ie intended to go awny
hist Tuesday but found so much
business that another week was
Mrs. W. K. Ouerin, jr., and
Miss Ouerin expect to leave Tucs
day for Portland and from there
will go Knsl, joining Mr. Ouerin
at HiggB about tlnturday of next
week for the trip to New York.
Mrs. Ouerin will bring her mint
back to Oregon for a viit when
she .returns" ami they will Mticud
some time tit Portland exposition
before coming to Heucl. Mr. '
Ouerin will be ubsciU Ihrec or four j
An eii'ht'pouud son came to live
with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chapman
P01 rent by week or mouth, newly
furnished rooms Inquire at the
Merrill drug store.
Raspberries, MrawlwrricK and all
Miuall nursery stock lor sale by W.
J. Jluckley, Ilend, Oregon.
Money wived by buying shoes
etc., at the closing out sale of the
New York Cash store. Deschutes.
Parties desiring home grown
nursery stock of commercial va
rieties can get same by seeing W.
J. Huckley, Rand, Qrogop
Attention laud ' seekers! lean
locate you on as good homestead or
timlx-T laud as any one for $50. U
II. MeCaiiu, Ilend, Oregon.. 11112
I.T.On the road between the
Pilot Itutte office and P. C. Row
lee's dwelling, a leather ticket
lxiou containing a sum of money.
Finder will please leave at The
Mullctiu office and reccivu reward.
A meeting of al business men
has been called for Monday even
ing t X o'clock at II. M. hall in
the intercut of the luivtUdl associa
tion. A.s outlined, the plan is to
consider some practical maimer of
fumuciuK the association, so hu to
make available ready means for
any occasion. Mayor Ooodwillie
will prcoide. A full attendance is
The Ladies Aid society would
like to obtain work in the following
lines: General mending, (gentle
men's mending a specialty) makiiiK
children' aprons, babies' clothing.
ladies aprons of all kiudi, anil
hemming household linens. Please
leave packages of mending with
the mime plainly written at lleitd
Mercantile store. All ladies are
Cordially invited to attend meet
ings of the Ladies Aid and
become active members.
Lust Prlday Jim Illack, the well
known vaqucro, fell into one of the
watering holes at Wet weather
springs, and incidentally lost the
full flask that is 1U companion in
riding the range. Prank lloguc on
his way down from Roslaud stop
cd and watered his team where
lilack had suffered misfortune
shortly before. The liquor evi
dently went tq the horses' feet, for
they rati away before Ilend was
reached and it wan only by good
luck that Rogue was able o avoid
When Charley Staubtirroiigh
went down to his homestead last
.Sunday he found sonic one had
been there dtrmg his absence
The visitor had picked the lock
and he left the house locked as he
found it. Rut not so did he leave
the contents. t snek of flour, Iry
iug pan and several other articles
useful on a camping trip were taken
and a trunk broken into and its
contents scattered in an apparent
search for money. The stuff was
taken away on a hor.se's back, for
no wheels had been near the place.
With the June number will begju
The Pacific Monthly's series of
secial editions for the year 1905
They will comprise u number for
Portland, for Seattle, for Southern
California, for San I'rancisco and
the souvenir number of the Lewis
and Clark Imposition, also a special
automobile number. The articles
of Dr. Wolf von. Schierbrand, six
in number, on "The Coming Su-
m . . i4t -lJ
premacy oj tnc racmc are aiso
promised, mid the plana contem
plated by the publishers will, with
out mtoiitiou, place The Pacific
Monthly far in advance, not only
of present competitors, but also in.
to the unreachable class of period,
ical literature on the Pacific Coast.
The Pacific Monthly is sold to reg
ular subscribers nt the extremely
low price of j? i a year. We have
made an arrangement with the pub
lishers by which we are able to
offer it in connection with. The
Rend Rttlicthi (both publications)
for is n year.
Sunday Dinner at I'ilot Uutte Inn.
Landlord Dan R. Smith of the
Pilot Hutte I tin liny been making a
special feature of Sunday dinners
the past few weeks. The patronage
of the townspeople iS especially
solicited for these dinners. The
menu for next Sunday will be!
, Cfauf. Holm .
(Jrwii oiiloiiH and Olivet recti Apples
tliilliit TnilgiiC.n'ml .Vicklf haute
Jinked SIUhViJ lltnrti .
UoitKt nci'f ,wi(U lljown Vi(ntoM
Creamed IMr-mlK Shut Kraut
) . K'.t an 1M1I C-iVe
Illvllc, John O'llricn, Jerry
Com), .MIhhNvIIIc O'JIrieii, I'nnik 1)
Powum. I. I..
Doduu, H, W. tJ I'lisniinfe, CvV
r.iiliiln. Mrn. N. K, Pnolu'i)l -a
C.iilirin, Mm, V. It. Ki'ritt, Uciiii
Oruiit, Kodurlclt Thorp, J.
(WUti'tt, Nlcolo Thorp. II. R.
Jolly. Win. ' Turner, 1'. N.
Johnson, I'.. (, Vnin'Jm. I'hvIi)
JiiIiiiimiii, Rimer I Wiilt, Arthur
JoIiiimiii, Civile WUhurl, Jollu
I.liiiUoy. (V!ii Wage, Clm. '
Persouw calling for these letters
will please say they are advertised
A. II. Oka NT Postmaster.
Kffcctivc May 1st, 1905, the rates
of the Deschutes Telephone Com
puny for rental of its telephones in
Rend, Oregon, will be ns follows:
Por telephones in places of busi
ness threu dollars (3.00) per
Por mutnllic residence line two
dollars ($2 00) per month.
Por party residence line-one dol
lar and fifty cunts ($1.50) per month.
These rates will apply to all ex
isting as well as future telephone
TllJt DlWCIU'TltM Tltl.ltl'IlONK Co.
Ry '. It. Ouerin. jr.,
Pies, nud Geu. Mgr.
Clinncc (or a Kcstmirniit.
Rogue iS: Sou, at Rosliiml post
office, which is also a stage station,
have for a long time kept a stop
ping place for travelers. They
wish to give up that wrt of their
business, and offer inducements for
a good restaurant there There are
now steady boarders nnd a consider
able number of transients to accom
modate nud there will be a fine
trade in the slimmer. Por partic
ulars cull on
Hon oit ft Son,
mi RosbuiU, Qr.
All Jills for$l5,
10 11m. ooffw
1 II. ten
yi Hi. Mttpr
10 Itis dtitl .pl:
10 lb. Mitt
1 cm hailed corn
10 II. rU-t-IS
S II. itwcnroul
10 Px. llV:eil whent
111 IU. nltl imU
to 11m. Ikxiuii
10 Dm. corn inwd
1 Mrk (lour
DKftCiieritsi lunic.ATiON & 1'ouiik Co.
Notice is hereby given that my
proK'rty next south of the Rend
towusite is not a dump ground for
rubbish and crsous who have
hauled rubbish there will save
themselves expense by taking the
mi II. Staats.
The Deschutes Telephone Com
pany has established the following
hour? when its exchange will lc
ojhjii iu Rend; Week days, from
7:30 a. 111. to 9:00 p. m. Sundays
and holidays, front S'oo a. 111. to
12:00 noon, ami from 5:00 p. in. to
9:00 p. m.
For Sale or Traq.
80 acres in the Columbia
very favorably situated.
Will lc sold cheap or trad
cd for town property.
Kuquire at The Rtillctin Office.
Complete roller mill and saw
mill in good order, will be sold
very cheap, Tkaucott HitiTll,
and Make Money
l'or jwrticulrtrs write or call on
J. W, Rutherford,
Lnlillaw, - Oregon
free Land in Oregon
M. Uiulcr tlic "Catty Irtlwllon Ad." tvil
illrnt fium Utc WKlTi: OK CAM.
TOIY llookltK Jtml mni firr, B, S.
C00V U C., 1M Alilrr street ISirlUiiiil. Or,
In PILOT UUTTB DUVHLOP
MUNT CO.'S office bull Jlnc at
Cor. Willi arid Ohio sts.
APIM.Y AT COMPANY'S OFPICK
Ffesh Frujt nd Vegetables
. . . BUTTER AND QQS . . .
THE CITY MARKET
C. If. KRICKSON, I'ROI'KIKTOK
FresI anc) Cured Meats ancj Fish
llvcrytlilnc Pertaining to n I'lrst-Clnss Market
WBST BUILUlNa, Wnll St BBN'd, OREOON
J. W. WRIQHT.
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Leave Orders at The Bulletin Office.
The Deschutes Telephone
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The supplying of thU class of wovk
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with successful business. Your
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