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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1905)
Wall paper at the Merrill Dni(;Co.
Ice delivered In hcjiisoii. W. K.
CalibiiKU pin titH reuily to net out,
Juil'i'iic Iyiicler, neiir l.aldlaw. j i a
(Jive yoir fiinilly n rent mill juke
Siindiiy dinner lit Pilot 1 1 it t to inn.
The new doo-pound lull for ihe
I'ii.it liapliat chinch was . .swum:
Nurw jjirl wunteil, 12 to i.j"
yearn old, fa ,yv u-eek. Mri.
liaxter, lluxter iouil-lioii.se.
We are In the wall paper hull
nens and won't lie tinduirtold liy
anyone Merrill Druif Co.
The telephone rate Imtwccii I.alil
law and lleiid it j.s cents,
DlWCIllITIM Titl,. Co.
I'anlurnge for horse, 50 cell's a
wuuk, $2 a month, near lluiul.
If II. U Moiuuu..
Ifvouaie going to,pijH.T your
houie, coiiHiili us. 'e can auvc you
money. Merrill Drug CoiiiHtuy.
U. K. llicksou. a voting euKitiuer
who hai liceu winking at Prlne
villo, It iendiiui the week In town
Theie in a line nflicv room with
doulilv window on the second Hour
11I tlit I mil k iiiildiii( lor rent nl ?io
r.enre,e (larduer, of .Columbus,
Ohio, isixHHtcd to arrive the hint
ol the wetk, to pny a visit to
VelllOl I). Miciuiaii.
C.i'iirtnl team work. exCNVHtiUK
lir ti'lliirs, et-; move wood. Leave
order ul II M. Co 's Mutt;.
jit I'MANCIH ft (iAKKUTT.
Prank Hutitr worth dnea nil hinds
ol txM't Hiid shoe tewiriut at leason
uAv puori At the Cm M well Jfc
S.iUhwell UiildhiK. Ik-nd, Or. tf
We have an iuiulty for a home
strnd telitHpiishiiieiit in the Umber
and one near town Addles.
11119 Cwhik Co. Rkai.tv Co
I' A. Mi'C.iiui. an expert ileel
and Hurley trill sharieuer. of Port
bind, has come to enter the employ
of Hie I). I t P. Co. 011 the cm il
C. A. Chapman leaves next week
011 u liusitiesN viwit 10 Portland, mid
will go froii iheie to Minnow. Ida
ho. to look alter some proHrty he
too acres of fine pine timber in a
laxly near sawmill mid uood mar-
ket Two larjje spring.-! dntifu traut.
I'nrsale at low price. It. C. Smith,
fc I tend. Oickoii.
Manou Carter and Mri. Clara
Hawthorn were married In Print-
ilk last week nod have taken a
lottae on the et tide of the
river at Hend.
J I). Hoiieyimtti and II. J. Me
IhmaM, 01 the It M. Co , mk.miI a
lew days hint Aek looking Mt lauds I
in the vieinit) of Pine uioiiiitaiu, I
in the meantime enjoying an outing. '
J. C Datv. uf Port Wine,, Wis-,!
is a e,uest of Pr. Merrill this week.
lie has hail loux experience in
Wwoiimii lumber vmK and 11
looking over the timber tewnuce.H
of this country.
The Mimes Myrtle and Addie
J.ewii. daughter of Foreman J. C.
I.ewis, of Cauin 2, ai rived from
Portland Tuewlay eveiiuit;. anil
have Koue to the camp lor 11 visit
with their father.
Definite word has been received
from the Sisters ImmImII team that
it will not be able to phty bull here
next Sunday. Manager llllyeti
staler that while at Priueville he
tried to arrange games with Hay
Muck, but learned that no team has
lieeti organized there yet.
lid Kinney, who has been en
Imaged 011 map work iu the I). I. &
P. Co. ' engineering offices, has
resigned his position and will soon
go lo ,SHikime, and later to Mon
tana. 1'.. K. Knight, who has been
with the engineers at the camp, will
succeed Mr. Kinney, and L. It.
Allen will have the position Mr.
Knight has previously filled.
Charles lloyd is president and
manager of the Head I.ivistock it
Produce Company, not C. A. Hunt,
as appeared last week' through in
advertence. C. II. Kricksou is
secretary and treasurer of the new
corjioration and Mrs. Krieksou vice
president. Mr. Krieksou will at
tend to most of the outside work
and Mr. Iloyd will have the shop
A charmlnir daiiciuir party was
..! XI". ..!....,, I... ..I..1.I In limim- nf
"V"'V iVvwiiwKitiy lllfjlll .." 1
Mr, I'M Kinney, who will .soon leave
I; lluml, by Mesdames J. M Law
rence and W. It. Wilkinson and
Miss Kthel Chapman, at the Merrill
building. The room had been
transformed into an attractive Iww
er with decorations of Chinese lan
terns, funs and greenery, and was
filled with hapjiy Kiuuits. Music
was furnished by ft graphophone
and dancing continued until after
midnight. Until punch was
daintily served for the refreshment
(trceu Onions ready for the tabic,
W. S. Nlcliul. tf
Cabbage plants ready to set put.
v n. ixicnoi. if
ltcnl'eiier the Htiiiday dliitiur at
Pilot Hutte Inn.
l:or lent, newly, furnished rooiiis ; mee
at tin Merrill uiiliiiiug,
Closing out mite, next week, at
New York Cash store.
Ivat Sunday dinner at Pilot Untie
Inn. Von will be HalNfied.
At the Morrill building, furnished
rooms for rent, liKJuireat drug store.
(iraut llraskett him eiinc to look
after the crops on his ranch near
Kvcrv thluu in the wall imner
line at reiihonahle prices. Merrill
SSj5,0j to dnvest with reliable
sheep iuai, ,M. Uay, llox 1868,
Spokane, Wash. 111 12
Pot rent bv week or monih, newly
fiitulshed rooms luquiiu at the
Merrill drug store
Rasolnrrries. Hirawbet ties and all
miimII nursery mo k for mite by W.
J. Iliukley. Hend, Oregon.
Money saved by buing shoes
etc , at the closin out nule of the
New York Caith tore. resell tiles.
Ofllce room f..r nut 111 the Pilot
Unite OrvclHiit'nt Co.'u office
building. AppU at the t-oinpaiiy's
ollice. . tf
Tout JJIckuv, the violinist who
has furnished itiu-ir tor the Ilend
ilauceii, starteil Tuembo lor Lewis
Parlies desiring home grown
uuiH'iy lock hi commercial va
rieties call eet same liv uriug W.
J. Itutkley, Itvml. Orrg.,11.
Purnciilur ntlniti.Mi i i-nlle'I to
patrons ol the itlephoti syslem to
ring Aff when i.m tulkinv.
Ui m, iii-TKs Tki. Co.
Attention Uud si-tkem' I can
iorate you on .1 voo-l homestead or
Umber land a .my m for 50. L
II McCauii, Hunt. Oi.-voii miz
Jim McCoy Ims.uim to Hay
Cteek to shciir lu-t-p uir the IMId
win SbH.p aii't IikI Co Ten
cents a hcHil is Uou pud thisyeHr.
Hugh O'Kattf.ha recuivml a
trio of name thickeni from Port
Mcmliorrtlilt Increiincd mid Dr. 0. C,
Cue I'li-clml l)lr--i-lnr.
TlicIlcnd Concert ,,l)ind was re
organi'ed Tuesday jvciiljiB ril a
meethiir,,, lel( in its .iiall ,.nnj
iilaced on a footluir. that is believed
jllaced (in ifo.otluf' that is belicvei
will brliiL' inost milisfiK'torv results
Ten new meuijwrs,, (iieluiHiu; Dr.
IJ. C. Coq, who was plcclcfl director,
were enrolled, , yh)ch makes the
meinbership 18 num. ., . .
An ilection r;f pilicers vas held,
resulting iu tlie 11,0,11111 of C;. A
Riddle ,as president and business
manager and Vic O'Connor, secre
tary and treasurer. It was decided
to procure a si-t of new instruments,
with a few execptjons of the old
ones which urc serviceable, each
mciiilcr to furnish and own his
piece. Monday night of each week
was the time set for practice.
The instrumentation and mem
bership as arranged, follows:
lib Cornet II I. Overttirf
Creeil M Triplet!
W. I. liui'klvy
Vie J. O'Connor
C. I. Ilt-tker
Ur. I'. C. Coe
II. j. Mt-Doniil.l
I'. I mroml
T "JT r
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Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
.:.Burrete AtiD laoasit.
TH IBITY MARKET
C. II. HRICKSON, Pmoi'MIKTok
FreH and Cured Meats and Fish
llvcryllilng I'ertnlnlnj: to n Vlrst-Clnss Atilrkct
Lt WBST IIUILDINO, WnIL St., IIIJNI), ORHOON
" Tlico. Ilerki'r
TroiHtwiw Xiek Weiibr
" IfI. Itfinlerliou
BHd TfoliilKtae - Ah. Crahtree
IhHUMW C. A Riihlle
H Unm.iL rlla O tiitltlklmi
Till C. II. Ilrown
imm Druiu . - - (irtt roliiilixti-r
HiiHtc , V. I. Hifrniuii
Harney Lewis, who is h1m a
inenilK;r is out of town for a short
time. He plays nolo alto, ('.runt
Mrankelt. cornet player is also
away. Hob Olaze who han been
playing mIo cornet, cxhxIs to
leave soon for California.
The new instriiuieiils will In-
ordered as mhjii as possible iu order
to net the Uhuu in trim lor tne
Fourth of July celebration
Ur. IJ. C Coe is a vlariueli-u of
large experience and attaliiinentt.
with a thorough traiuiugand uuiler
Maudiug iu the liel music. He
otfers hit services gratis to the baud,
mid the promise is that Head will
soon have a first cIknk baud.
Lewis & Clark Centennial.
The Columbia Southern Railway
Coiii'miiy will sell excursion tickets
from all ticket offices to Portland
and return dailv from May 20 to
iinm tun. Ken-, mini 1 mi-1 ------ -- . -
I.....I 11- . .-I v 11... w.t. 1 October is. imkmI to return witiiin
1111, ., lie J.- I rs. 1. l.F llinq MIC v.-is I ' - - . .
... !.-..;... 1,..- ....1 .......1. i.r... iu davs f'oiu date of .sale, but not
111 iiiv nj inii im nun iiiwivii iitiu
for fights iu the pit.
I)r If. C. Coe. W II. Wilton and
C. II. KnckMiii have gone to what
is known as the High Desert, 30
miles Mitithcast of Hend. They
will return Saturday evening
Walter Piay, of - Oiangoville,
Idaho, arrived Sunday to visit with
Carl Chapman, Ins miu-iii law, and
family. Mrs. Pray, who preceded
Iter husband here, will return home
with him next week.
Dr. It. P Hutler left I.aidlaw
Monday for Mailras where he will
remain about ten days doing den
tal work, and Irom there will go to
.Monmouth to visit his lamily be
fore returning to this city.
K. II Andrews and family con
sisting of his wife and lour children
arrived from Hloomfield, Neb., ilns
week and have taken a cottage at
Deschutes. They arc well pleased
with this country and 'expect to
lake H.rmaiient location here. The
father of Mr. Andrews cx'iects to
follow soon to make investments iu
The council Wednesdav iliuht
MhM.sl nu ordinance amending the
saloon license onliuaut'e mi as to
make it harmouue with the state
luw It also ousted an ordinance
providing for registering dogs after
June t. the lee lor lemale dogs ue-,
iug f 1 50 and for male dogs i 50
PieUiiiinnrv steivs for nrov dint! fire
fighting apparatus for the city weiej
An Indian named Corbett was in'
Madras the first of the week, got
Honor and became ouartelsonie and
a policeman Irom the warmspri
lurencv was sent over alter 111
The officer. I im Sticoua, was tak
ing the buck back to the reserva
tion when the latter hit his escort
with 11 demijohn and then beat his
head to a pulp by putting stones iu
the ollicer's hat and using it as a
sluiig'.shot. The murderer was ar
rested and taken to Priueville.
lion Ami Meeting.
A meeting of the Hon Ami club
is called for 2:30 o'clock next
Tuesday afternoon , May 16 at the
Hend Library for the transaction of
general business, particularly to
take action relative to the funds
ami books of the club.
Gladys L. cuici.it.
Plshermcn Tukc Notice.
All persons arc hereby notified
not to fish, or in any other manner
trespnss on the property of the un
dersigued, lying along the De
chutes river about five miles below
Hend. Anyone found fishing on
tin. nri-misos will be tirosccuted to
the full extent of the law. Kccpi
out. ). W. H. ltiutv, I
later thnu October 11. loos, at
rate rh follows for the round trip:
Wasco. $j.8o; Moro. $5 75;
CriiKS Valley. iff 35; Shaniko,
;?S.oo., Children between five and
t2 years, oue-hnlf the alwvo rates.
C 1?. I.VTI.H,
015 General Pass. Agent.
Complete roller mil. and saw
mill iu good , order. ,vill .sold
. -I '!'... ...,. IIuiH
Team for Sale.
Will weigh MOO ench. Young,
sound ami .true.
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