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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1905)
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Hurrah for llciid'rt celebration,
Riddle cleiuiH women Hklrt.s. tf
Koniumber the Sunday dinner nt
Pilot Unite Inn.
Kill .Sunday dinner nt Pilot Unite
Inn, Yon will bo witlxfial.
Dan II. Smith went up to The
Mcndowrt Tuesday on buHlueiH.
' Mr Hujth O'Kiinc returned IIiIh
week from her visit in Portland.
Tutwdny Is the Poutlh. Cele
brate in liuud and go home Iinppy.
Mrs. A. C Lticni returned Tuea
day from a visit at Moblw Million.
Jtuwe Overlurf now drives the
Htnjje botwuen lieml mid Koslnnd.
Dan R. Smith vInIImI the county
Mat on hinduem the find of the
A new store building 30x60 In
bclufe tuctod nt Kfltflnud, by l!oj;tie
V, II. Tonk, a rmiclmr from the
MntoloB rlvor vtilley, wuh In Ilend
John Sltamorc tills week bought
the I.wter house awl lot paying
$750 for It.
Mr. And Mrs. Spnlnhour wo re
in town from their homestead 011
thu Tumalo Tuemlny.
Raspberries, utrnwljerries and all
tmudl nursery stock for sale by V.
J. Huckley, Heud, Oieou.
V. I). IlUimnu went to I'rineville
with the railroad delegation Inst
Saturdny, rcturuluK Monday.
R id (II clean 1 nnd prestos nien'nj
suits. Makes old clothe look like;
new. Next door to Imrbcrshop.
Mrs. C. M. Weymouth mid mid
left 011 Monday inorniiiK's Nte for
m visit to Portland and Port Town-
Office rooms for rent in the Pilot
Mutt icvlopuint Co.'s office
buildliiK. Apply at tin eoiiimny'x
office. ' tf
'A. T. GideiMt ban rented the
rooms mat vucmeu iiy ilia lame
Hunter nnd will move his fur
There is a flue office room with '
double window on the Mtcouil floor
of the tMiik buildiuK for lent nt $10
Nell Smith writes from Superior.
Wis , that U will lie In Ikmri In
July and push work on lib ltomc
stead in m;ii.
Ifor thcilh of July fire-crackers,
llaps, buutitiK etc. at the closinic
out sale of the New York Caah
C. M. RelfiUt and Theodore
Pecker left Sunday inoriiiiiK for n
few dys bmiiiajw trip into the
Mr and Mrs Duncan McMillan
and Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Wilaou
left TiteiMtny morning to visit the
RiMiland bus a new hotel, a aub
ataiitlal atructlire of ten roowH It
was opened for huaiutaw this week,
by Mm. M I.. Cook.
Parties desiring home crown
wurxry tock of
Hazlcvvood Ico Croam.
Ico Cream Soda.
Camp Stools, Fishing Tackle,
for Lewis & Clark Fair Visitors.
Call 011 us When Passing llirougli town. We're at your service.
Bend Livery & Transfer Co,
ISOUUIIT AND SOLI). Special attention to
the n a 1 1 1 e r i 1 1 n of bunches of claims for In
vestors. IF YOU WANT TO SICM
I 1m (Hivr few iwlttt liwnlfit (nt ml'.
At drcdol IIhiUi Uliila In (jiiniillly to ull
J. PRANK STROUD, Alafiagcr
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
IIOKBRH IJOAKblU) 11V THIS DAY, WjJIUC OR MONTH
Plrst-Class Livery Rigs for Rent. 'Phone Ntf. 15
Mtil!ffl Ix'lwerii Mliintt ii1 Orcj(n, . (JctlJ, Oregon
prec land in Oregon
M- Umltr llic "Cutty itflMtlon AM l)J
Jlrtcl from male WRirK OK CAM. TO
Co . yi Airier uttctt, l-nrllaml, Or
II H Cook ft
IS Till! n.Mli
SHELDON & MKINNON
General Blacksmithing had Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
J&- Our shop is located opposite Jiaptist Churtn.
1 JOB PRINTING 1 1
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and Make Money
I'or xrtirti1ara wntr nr i ill mi
J. W. Rutherford,
Mrs. S. M. Whittedaud daughter
hiive rented the north en 1 of the
former bunk lions mid moved in
tlii welc. Miw Whitted returned
from her lioinenteHd oh the Tumnlo
Snndiiy hikI reports the croj
looking fine tlierx and rye more
thnu six feat tall, rnlcd without
Aldermmi Weat id having the
Ntoue nnd brick limited for h duell
ing house. It in to be 2SX2X mid
will bnv five rMms. There will
be n svn-foot IwMfiiient built of
ntoue, mid the uper part of the
hoiuMf will le of brick. Work will
be eouimcnred on it soon After tb-
I'ourth of July.
S. M. Huiley, of the I'rineville
Journnl, mid J. I) Carroll, of I'rine
vilte. imstrf-d tlirotijtli Ik'iidS.ittinlH
on their way to Silver Lake. Mr.
Huiley wont on business connected
with his pajwr there, and Mr Chi
rotPwill piny with the Silver I.aki
KhII team, which will compete fot
the I.nkcview prime on the Kourtb
V. J. Dickens was in from tin
Columbia Southern ditdi cmn
MoimImv. He snv.s nmre than five
! miles of tfi-foot emial have beei
coinpUtwl this smwii and two mi!e
of X-lool cuiul. About 45, iiieu art
.teutilaily employed. Mr. Dukei
! liken this country so welt that h
sends The Hulletiu to several enut
coiiuuercial vn-, orn relatives.
rleties can Kt sumu by iseuiug V.
J. Huckley, Heud, Oregon.
V. II. Slants has alfalfa ow
ing on his place at Deschutes thnt
Firecracker, Roman caudle, pin , proven how well that crop will do
wheels, chasers, trpedM and all in this locality. Hearing that tin
kludg of ftieworks at the r.otofrtcejraihond men wanted to see alfalfn
buiWlnj. A. II. Grant. Mr Staats brought to Tie Hulletiu
lOtuee a bundle of it 31 ' indies tall
and rank enough for anybody
Milts Addle I.uwla, who has been
visiting her father at the ditch
en in p several weeks, left for her
home in Portland Sunday morning.
All children wUhiug to ride in
the "Liberty Car" In the nrade on
the .(th are rcqueated to mutt at the
church Tuesday morning at 10
Miss Jackie Hrock has taken n
position in the government printing;
office at Manila nnd sailud from
Viiiii I'mtiuisco for her new home
Severt Deblng returned WwlueS'
duy from u trip to Klamath Kalis
nnd I'ort Klamath. lie reports
Rood prospects in that country but
ns yet there is not much doing,
. '.. V. MndborR, who recently
sold his grocery business in Voit
laud and came to Heud, is now em
ployed nt the Pine Tree store and
Inter mny establish a business for
Mis. Steele thin week had n root
house dug to be used in connection
vith her restaurant. A small cel
lar wns dug, to which, n pitched
Yoof, made of green slabs was added.
This was covered with burlap, and
then a layer of dirt was put on top
M. O. Coe, C. A. Riddle. T.
Trlnlett and Orn iHiindexter
turned Sunday night from a ni
days' 'fishing trip ity nt r
days' 'fishing trip n at Crane
ni . t
prairie, niey orbugm u.ick over
250 pounds of liMi, mong. vhiqh
.ycre sonievtylunji five to eight
This is the fourth year for alfalfa
in that lot and it is an unquestioned
Mrs. W. H. Guerin, jr., and her
aunt, Mrs. Hancroft, of Columbus,
Ohio, reached Heud Monday after
noon. Mr. Guerin met them nl
Shauiko nnd brought them in with
nu automobile, which did not work
very -atisfactorily and gave the
party 0 taste of roughing it. The
cnsoliuc played out five miles from
Heud and Mr. Guerin walked to
town for n new supply.
Miss Anne Midlam Wednesday
afternoon received a telephone
message announcing the drowning
at Oregon City of her nephew, n
boy eight years of age, son oi C. 15.
Midlam. Thu same evening she
received n letter written by the
little fellow himself in which he
lamented the fact that "paw miulc
me stay in the house .today because
I went down to the river yesterday
mid fell hi."
The following is 'a, Jlst.of lnttcrs
remaining uncnllcdfor,4U the Ilend
postoffieu June 30, lyoj:
AtiiktMiu, OoOar l'rc, A: I.,
Jlrtxter, Hen I.mig,.uAi
Uund. I'rnwk McCiinii, tf-. V H
lluan, 1. Uiutoii MeOaiui, l). K
CiMik, W. H MvKeou, Skii .
lUioiiilmri Juliiih I'-. Schlechf. ptm
Frame, p; U Wwidcoek, 'ijloj
Terwus falling , for. theie letters
will please say'tliey nre, advjised.
'7i,"l, Grant. I'ostblHSter,
A new flume, leading from the
Pilot Unite ditch and across the
river at the bridge, now irrigates n
portion of the Dmke laud on tin
west side of the river, below the
1 w it
WIIITn & HILL, Agents.
Do Yon Want to
Sell Your Land?
Ihi you wmit to Hny i s-H
llrtc 1 yoiu .ipportunity to
iiivrt your wlf rlitwitu-nt in
vt neMn)MH!rH for tlur jth e
for 11 Hmilwl tinw all "For
8v," ' INtr lUat" ainl all
"Want" wlit. will xe iiiMfrlttl
Oregon Daily Journal
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The lounml in tlw U-t er
cuUlctl tivwitiwiwr in Oroon.
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mill roaolicd llml Ihiko arinynf
tMMipIc ulionteroiutiintlN Imy
liiK mid kvlling KoiiK'tlunt;.
When yon go to 1'ortlaiid
call nt Tin Journal offiov ami
MO tilt' luOtimt Htlll llCfct nvw-
juinvr prvMiiu dromon. It will
print, panto, cut nnd fold pit
jhts in four color with one
ImiircMion at the ruU-of i.t.mxi
an hmir. Vinltor Wtlconn.'.
People In ninny states look
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(ornmtlonof Central Oregon.
Send yournilvcrtiscmcntH to
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Are you particular about yolir
stntiouery? Do you like neat, clean,
up-to-date business printing on the
very best stock made? Don't you
think it a good idea to make these
things a part of your business?
The supplying of this class of work
is a pnrt of our business that re
ceives particular attention. The
materials we use and the type faces
and workmanship wc put into the
jobs wc turn out give you a product
that cannot fail to give satisfaction.
Our equipment is second to none in
the interior of Oregon. When you
bring us u piece of work you may
know first of all that' every line in
it will be in the latest type styles
we haven't an old type face in the
There is no delay in getting your
tvork. It is a point with us 10 get
the fim.shcdjobiu the bauds of the
customer with reasonable dispatch.
Another satisfactory feature in our
job business is that e do not in
any instance ask a hold-up price.
All we ask is n profit compatible
with successful business. Your
printing will not look as if a black
smith had done it when done by
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FdOT RACES AND ALL KINDS
(3lrand Dance Tn the Evening1.
BSg Money for Prizes.
CorVinSittbe on Celebration.
Mayor. A. obdwilue J. Frank Stroud J. M. Lawrence
C. I. Hjjwii -C. M. Triplett Hugh O'Kn'ue"
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