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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1905)
Wullimpcrat tlic Merrill DmkCo.
llcttieiitlicr the Siitnluy dinner al
Pilot liutte Inn.
C. J. Collor 1mm completed
wninuKlloiiH addition to Ills house.
Wc are lu the wnll
tiesi mill won't be umicmoM
anyone. .Mctrm uriii: lo.
The telephone rate between Laid
law nnd Hund it 25 cciiIn.
DUHCIIl'TKS Till.. Co.
K. A. Stithcr went up to his
homestead in l H-i 1 hint Hnlurdiiy,
and iul in nu assortment of crop.
Money saved by buying allocs
etc.t nt tlie closiui; out .laleofthe
New Vork Cuth store. Deschutes.
If you nrc Koinn to pnjicr your
liou.se, consult us. Wc can ,-iave you
money. Merrill Drujc Company.
K. A. 1'uctt cloned his bakery
this week nnd has gone out to
uinke improvement on hi home
There is a flue office room with
double windows on the second floor
of the bank building for rent at $10
Dan K. Smith, proprietor of the
Pilot Hutte Inn, was up the liver
the hitter part of last week on a
Mrs. I.. II McCauii came down
from the homestead in ly-ia for
11 few days visit, having spent five!
mouths ranching It.
Miss liivru Satlicr and Mn
(icorgc Shobert were visitors at
Mrs. Win. P, Dowuiug's on the
Tumalo this week.
Mrs Kvn A. Steele moved into
her new testnurniit building the
latter part of last week nild is now
doing a thriving ljliMuc.4.1.
Parties desiring home grown
imiMjry .stock of commercial va
rietks can get
same by seeing W.
J. Kucklcy, Heud, Oregon.
I can I
Aucimou mini seeKurs:
4.. ...1 I ., I. I
ocnte von on as itood Itotntstend or
timcr land as anv one for $50. I., lie is Visiting home folks. He
II. MeCann, Hcnd, Oregon. (will fetllrn in the near future.
Hurl McKcnnettand Harry Jones, Miss Vera Merian. who has !ccn
left Thursday, for Portland to be nt W. P. Dowuiug's. on the Turn-
gone live or six mourns,
which they will return to Hcnd
Particular attention is called to
patrons of the telephone system to
ting oirwhcii done talking.
DlttiCiliTiw Till. Co.
General team work, excavating
for cellars, etc; stove wood foi sale.
Leave orders at II. M. Co.'s store,
jii Pmancis & Gakuatt.
Prank Hutteiworlh docs alt kinds
of IsMit and shoe rehiring at reason
able ptices. At the Caldwell &
Smchwell building, Hcnd, Or. tf
.Sou Hcresof fine pine timber in a
Ixxly near sawmill and good mar
ket. Two large springs on tint tnitt.
l'orsale at low price. It. G. Smith .
A cordial invitation is extend to
all hulius of Heud to meet at
the H. M. hall May 31 at i p m. to
organize a Ladies Aid Society fot
the M. IS. church. ,
, ,, 1 ., 1 1 -ii ,
The Heud lmse ball club uill go
to Priueville for another game i
Sunday The Prinevlllit club is to !
Ihi nilinirl. nt least, for their con-J
tiuuity of purjxise. .
C. II. Arnold closed his restaur-,
nut thin week and left with Preighl-,
or tiuudricKson, who was on un
way to Shuuiko from Silver Lake
with a cargo of wool.
W H. Wilson and Dr. Merrill
went about 15 utile up the river
lust Pridtiy on a fishing trip. Hy
the looks of their fish Imskets they
wure Well jmid for the trip.
Mr.atid Mrs. P. V. Smith, ol
Tumalo spent Monday in Hcnd.
Mr. Smith, of the HightoweriS:
Smith saw mill company w.is here
atteiidiug to business matters
A fishing party eximposod of Ora
Poindexter, Chas. Hrowtt, Creed,
Carlyle, Tom and thu Kev. O. W
Triplett, started Tuesday for the
Hig Meadows for a four days out
ing. The D. I. & P. Co. will make
the Redmond proposed townsite, i.S
uiilas north of Heud, the distribut
ing point for horse feed and sup
plies for ils construction forces that
can be most easily reached fiom
C. A. Chapman left hist Saturday
to bo absent u month or six weeks, j
in Portland and hastcm Washing.
ton and Idaho. He wrote back i
from Shauiko that j "' ;vc,re
coining in to work on one of the
irrigation ditches near Heud.
Among those coming from a
distance to look at the bond country
this week were L. 1). Carey, of
Los Angeles, Cal., V T. Logan, of
Dultith, Minn., and G. R. Mad
den, ofReno, Nevada. Mr. Madden
Mi business man and enme to
look up a location
Por rent, newly fnrttlshed room
at the Merrill building.
Closing out mile, tiext week, Ilt
Jew York Cash store.
Kill Sunday dinner at Pilot liutte I Alk-nth. Joel
Inn. Vow will In: allsicl. ' niellc-, John
J Cox, I'rnb
Olve your fumlly a rest ud take' Coot, it, H.
Sunday dinner at Pilot Hutte Inn iCHwii, Andrew
At the Merrill bul dine, furnished ' I'recly, Mr C H.
nmnisfor tent, lnuircat drug ntore.
I . ... . . ..
Iwcry tiling in the wall naivor
line at reasonable prices. Merrill
Alex Smith and Irviu
came over from Sister
$25,000 to invest with reliable
sheep man. M. Day, Hox 1H6H,
Spokane, Wash. mi 2
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morgan, of
Vakimu, Wash., were ill Hctul the
first of the week.
Por rent by week or month, newly
furulshctl rooms. Iumilrc at tltr
Merrill drttg store.
Knspberrie.1, strawberries and all
small nursery stock for sale by W.
J. Iluckley, ltcnd, Otegon.
Mr .and Mrs. C. A. Htiiililliour
came into town from their home
stead, on the Ttliualo, Tuesday:
Hob Gnriiinn Is Mluuiiig the bar
ber shop for tile Triplet! Ilros .
while they arc away oil their outing.
Office rooms for rent ill the Pilot
Hutte Development Co.'s office
building. Apply at tile company's
Sam H. Mloy, of Portland, special
agent of London & Lancashire Pirc
Insurance Co , was a Ilend visitor
Mrs. Mcrab Audeway
out from her homestead north of
Sisters for a visit with Heud rela
lives this week.
C). J. Gray came in from Port
laud Wednesday night and will
N""1 a ,cw "n's aiiciidiilg to oust-
11u.1t 111 1111 lucuiiiy.
Hartley Lewis left the hitter (xtrt
'of last week for Saleltl. Or, Where
alo, the past three weeks, returned
to her home near Laidlaw Wednes
. Miss Ruth Kecd will take the
' M)sitiou of assistant at the post
1 office next week. Miss Mabel
Hunter will go with her mother to
Redmond where they will have
charge of the hotel.
' A. P. Stover came in yestcrdax
from Oakland, Cal., having spent
a few days at Portland enroute. and
will probably remain in Heud for
some time. Mr. Stover is a stu
dent of the University of California.
When the Priucville Journal ar
rived last week Dr. Coc felt rich,
, lor it published among the bills al
lowed by thecouuty court in favor of
thedoctoroueof .J39 .loandanothrr
or S511. Hut when the warrant
came from the clerk this week there
was only one and it was for S2.J3. 30
This is within 5ioo of what Iluiues'
sickness cost the doctor in actual
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TO IJUILI) A NI-NV MOTHL.
O'Knne Will Put ip Urge Structure
! Hugh O'Kaue has changed his1
I plans for rebuilding. Instead of
1 putting up a saloon immediately
that would be built into a hotel
i later, he concluded to build at once '
a complete hotel with a frontage of
I07 feet on Oregon street and 75'
feet 011 lloud It will be two full '
I stories in height, and will have 27
guest rooms, besides the other t
' apartments of a well equipped hotel ,
Tlic Hotel ollice will le at the
corner of Oregon and Houd, where
the burned saloon was. Next 011
Houd street will be the hall, then a
commodious dining room, at the rear
of which will be a one story kitchen.
Then will come the parlor!
and there will be five guest j
chambers at the south cud 1
on the ground floor. On the Ore
gon street side the saloon will be;
next the office, and next to that l
will be a well equipped barbershop.
On the second floor there will be
22 guest rooms besides linen and
bath room. The smallest will
be 9x14 feet. There will be n hull
from the head of the stairs parallel
1 with Oregon street and another
,mM. wju, oml strcet) wllh
rooma 0.K.ing 0ff both sides,
Work 0 construction of this
building was begun yesterday
lll(,rjnB, it is expected to be
wuv t0 0CCHpv about Julv i
i Mr. O'Kaue will go to Portland
i next week to buy furniture and
fixtures for the new hotel, which he
will probably call thu Heud Hotel,
Pasturage for horses. 50 cents
we"'', f 'i" ''lb, near Htnd
tt W. MOKKIU..
The following is a list of letters
1 "" ""called-tor In the ttcml
,posloffice May ao, 19055
A infttn liliiiiflft
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I mill i.Lh.n .Hi. llli.t, nil. fi.ltlnrliivxl
will please say they arc advertised,
A. II. (JRANT. rostmustcr.
All persons knowing themselves
indebted to A. It. Lipoma!! & Co.
! must nettle by cash or bankable
note on or before the 1st of June
Interest and cost Will be added after
said date, 0. W. MkviM,
With the June number will begin
The Pacific Monthly's series of
special editions for the year 1905.
They will comprise 11 number for
Portland, for Seattle, for .Southern
California, for San l'rniidsco and
tliCMMvelllr Mtlllber of the Lewis
and Clark Imposition, also n special
automobile number. The articles
of Dr. Wolf von itehlerbratld, six
in inilllkT, 011 "The Coming Su
premacy of the Pacific" are also
promised, nild the plans contem
plated by tile publishers will, with
out (iie.stioii place The Pacific
Monthly far in advance, not only
of present competitors, but also in-
' to the unreachable class of criod-
ical litcratutc oil the Pacific Coast.
The Pacific Monthly is sold to reg
ular subscrilwrs at the extremely
low price of 1 a year. Wc have
made an arrangement with 'he pub
lishers by which we aft' able to
offer it in connection Willi The
Heud Hulletiil (both publications)
for ?? n yenf.
Something Dropped Irl Deftii
Till in wIMt yoll cmii get for jour
iimiii-y t tlie rtiic rre more
i( IU, ilrvgrmitllnUil Mlgnr
IMlc wllllc rUef flour
HMri oirmtii iinife
f'iUit 'fil rt fulhe
Weti(Ke1ilii1 tiWIple ylup
" focli t'Hiuly ilrip nyrup
" niynl clul Miuar m-wii
III. nmx Itaking iKiwdi-r
" fine I.hrriKMil Nilt -
gnl. Klil.ill pickle (fnlicy jmiVciiI)
" ran pit- prune
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" timintii cnttup
3 l-j lie. muitirinil
and oilier tiling in proportion,
I'.. A, RifllHU,
The Deschutes Telephone Com
pany has established the following
hour." when its exchange will he
open in Heud: Week days, front
1 . 00 a. m. to 9:00 p. in. Miuday.s
and holidays, from 8:00 a. in. to
12:00 noon, and from 5:00 p. in. to
9:00 p. in.
Complete roller mill nnd saw
mill in good order, will le sold
very cheap. TKAt'tiorr IIkitii,
The Ladies Aid .society hae
ready-made kitchen aprons lor sale,
Under Auspices of
M. E Sunday
Sat. Eve., May 27, 1905.
B. M. HALL.
ADMISSION 25 CUNTS.
Ice! - Draying!
I am now prepared
and General Draying
1 WILL HKOIN TDK
Delivery of Ice
. on Alondays, Wednes
days and Saturdays
Telephone your orders to
WHITK & HILL.
FRANK W. GARDENIER
TSe City Market
MONO LIVUSTOCK AND I'RODUCIiCO.
Fresh and Cured Meats and Fish
livcrylhlnjc Pertaining to a Rrt-CluKs Market
WEST BUILDING, Wall St., BEND, OREC10N
J. W. WR1QHT.
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Our equipment is second to none in
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Another satisfactory feature in our
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All we ask is a profit compatible
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