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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1905)
I'. A Oromul, of llliciin V.h.ii,
wns a llcnd v.M.lor litis week.
W. II. Hall, the bin lwr In Hotel
llciul, inmle a tilp to SlnterN riiin
C. A. Chapman mid George M.
AlyerH went to I'orent Monday on
Mm. M. Nls,vnii,;cr, of Powell
llntttH, visited her son Klincr nt
Ikuri la.il .Sunday.
Flue haired Plymouth toek
roostern, full Mooital, for Hale ut
3.50 each. C. 11. A1.1.KN. 30.1
V. O. Miner U having a wood
tilled und Morehouse erected thin
week. It Ih to be laxiO feet in
Office rooniH for lent In the Pilot
Iluttc Development Co.' office
linildhiK. Apply ut the company'
Grand Thniiksj-lvhiK Hall, Wed
uesday eve,, Nov. 20, at H. M, hall,
under t)ie ausj)iccs of the llcud
1'lrc Department, jj-jt
Dr. Merrill hun moved his family
from the hospital building to their
old quartern over th tlni,' More
where they will live thii winter,
We have for .service at our home
Maul, three utiles nouth of IJeud, u
tf Pkancim & Oamuatt.
Slxtecii'iueh dry wootl cut from
Krccu timber for nulc at PraucW it
Ourrutt'ri ranch; f 1.2.S cr rick or
&V50 1" cu"' ul 'he ranch. 35U
After the ImjwI.ii,: party Inst
Tliiiratluy evening the Howling
Club iidjuiucd to the home of Mm.
A. M. Drake, whcie daiieuiK and
a dniuty luuehoiii wcie enjoyed.
Mrs. A. M. Drake eiiteitaiued
11 few Kuctt't at luncheon Suiuidny
in'hoiKir of Miivt Marion Wiv.it,
who recently returned from an ex
tended vnit in Poitland uud I.O
There in a Inrc mired hay shed
twiiiK constructed at the Arnold
ranch, five mile- south of llciul
Mr. Arnold U hnviui; cniiMdenililv
plowing done, and in Kcttiug icady
for fall seeding.
NothiiiK adds so much to the
uppcaraucc of bmiueM corrcifxin
dcucc as neatly printed stationery.
It it iudiicusiblc in the estimation
of upto-datc business men. The
Bulletin Job Office can .supply your
needs in this line.
Dorrauce llron., is the place to
Ko to net the !csl lumber in Crook
county of all kinds. Moulding and
shingles delivered anywhere. Get
our prices arid hec our lumber be
for buying lpstoffice uddrcss,
Cliuc Palis. Oregon.
The old Ice Cave road, which
runs through the Prnncis & Gar
ratt ranch, has been chntiKcd so
as to run around the north Aide of
that place instead of through it.
The .sage brush has been cut out
and the rocks removed and the
new road will soon be in g,ood
shape for travel.
New Fall nnd Winter iYillll..ery--Ncw' Dress
Goods and Trimmings The Designer
for STANDARD PATTERNS
Figure With Us
Prices Sent oi Request!
ACJKNT KOH I'XJ ANIl lyOO JH., WASH. NO MACHINKS.
5 MEDICINES S
1 7 ' 7 '
j ( Prescriptions Carefully 5
I Compounded S
1 ) We carry in stock every- S
! thinn usually nnmiieti y a 1
I firrtt'Cluss driiBStore including
I C .Stationery, School Supplies, J
1 $ MaKar.iuw, Toilet Prcpurn
7 lions, Confectionery, Cigars S
) and Smokers' Supplies, nnd a c
Pine Line of Watches ami
h It ...Perfumes... 5
I s0 5
Merrill Drug Co.
s Bend, Oregon. s
Dr. Nichol has been marketing
some of hii cabbages this week,
raised on "worthless" Deschutes
land. Many of the heads arc 40
inches in circumference and weigh
30 pounds or more.
An irrigation lateral In being
constructed to supply water from
the Central Oregon canal tosopply
the 'ell ranch, about iH miles
east of town. The new ditch will
c three miles long.
A row of locust trees was set
out on the Drake lawn next to the
roek wall 011 Wall street tlur
week. Many other citizens arc
preparing the ground and Netting
out trees nnd shrubs this fall, for
the beautifying of their vords.
Thco. G. Becker has liccu trans
ferred trout the offices of the D. I.
& P. Co., at Kedmoud to be time
keeper at Cump 1, Micccediug Kd
ward Poster in that position. Mr.
Poster was called away by the
death of his friend, Prcd Wolf.
Sixteen Hcnd people went to
Lnidlaw Priday night to attend a
social dance and are unceasing in
their praise of the quality of the
hospitality shown them white there.
They enjoyed a delightful dance
and lunch, and the ride in the clear
moonlight was not the least among
the pleasures of the trip.
Interest in the reading room is
increasing and there is coming to
be quite a brisk demand for the
hooks nnd Dcriodic.ils. A. II.
Grant has contributed three vol
umes I vti 11 hoc, Pope's Unsays
and Kuimcrson's Essays. All arc
invited to visit the reading room,
which is kept open every afternoon.
John Knox passed cast of Dend
Saturday, on the way home to the
Knox ranch on Ncwsoin creek
with 3,000 .sheep, which have been
on the range near the head of the
Mule Deschutes all summer. Mr.
Knox and his herder killed three
bears this season which had been
attracted about the camps by their
desire for fresh mutton.
Mr, and Mrs. Ira J. Wilkinson
and two daughter), Misses Bessie
and Nina, nrrived late last Friday
night from Minneapolis, Minn., in
company with their sou and brother,
W. K. Wilkinson, wlio met tiicm
with teams at Shaniko. They are
now stopping at the home of the
latter. Mr. Wilkinson has ditch
land ndioitiintr his son's tract
two miles northeast of cud, and
menus 10 locate permanently ncre.
Pumping I'Unt tor Irrigation.
K. M. Morris, who resides at
Trail Crossing 011 Crooked river, is
soon to have installed a monster
hydraulic ram, which will pump
water to irrigate 200 acres of laud.
Teams have gone to Shumku to
bring in the machinery. Tlie ram
is live times as lare as the one put
in for the UeiiU Water, i.iylit &
Power Company ami has, under
the conditions 111 winch it will be
o'HTalcd, a theoretical capacity fur
lilting 200 gallons ut water to u
height of 330 led h.t uiiiiuic.
Pred llcc, of Portland, who in
stalled the rum for the water works
company here, will have charge ul
the work of putting in the new
pumping plant, lie arrived at
llciul last 'Saturday and went to
Truil Crossing Monday. In talk
ing of tht new plum with Mr.
Hesse, it was .suggested that the
pumping sy t 111 of irrigation was
largely problematical at present.
"Yes, it is pretty much ol a prob
lem, but it is one our company Ls
confident of solving," said fie.
"We arc making machines a near
fool proof as possible. It doesn't
take much mechanical ability to
handle them. If we can show this
system to lc a success, it will mean
wveral more like it. Therearc many
other settlers along the river who
want pumping plants and are only
waiting to be shown a machine do
ing successful work before making
nu outlay for one. The rivers in
Crook county ufTord innumerable
opportunities for the use of a hy
The Morris plant will cost him
in the neighborhood of $1,500.
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given, that the
firm of A. H. Mppmau & Co., have
by mutual agreement on the rath
day of November dissolved part
nership, George M. Meyer, junior
partner of said firm, retiring and A.
II. Mppman continuing.
A. H. I.ippninn will assume all
indebtedness and collect all accounts
due the firm of A. H. Uppman &
Co. Gkokok M. Muykk,
A. H. l.MTMAK.
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Seed Oats For Sale.
I have several hundred bushels
of superior Winlcroats, suitable for
seed, for sale. Write .or call at
my ranch six miles cast of Sisters.
32-6t Pkkd Wik.sk,
Eree land in Oregon,
M. I'ndcr the Carer Irrlntloo Art." Deed
direct from atatr WKfTK OK CAM. TO
DAY liuoklela and man free. II. K. Cook A
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PILOT BUTTE INN
A C LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied wUlndl the delicacies of the season
Pirat-ctan liquipntent Fdre Rooms ad feeds
All stores stop nt the hotel door
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SHELDON & M'KINNON
Gwr! BldcksmitKltig and Wagon Rcpitkig
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Our shop is located opposite Ifoptist Church.
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WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.. NEW HAVEN. CONN. I
No matter bow Wc the bird, no tnmtttr km bctv? tta ()aa(re or
iwift ita flight, YCM can bring it to bag with n long, atrong,
atraight ahooUnc Winchester Repealing Shotgun, fteaultt lie what
Count. Tfety alwaya give tba best resUa in Tield, Towt or trap
snooting, and are sold within reach of WtrjrWdjr't 'poclcctbook.
tZttt Stni naaw m4 iddtiu to a ajfai crd far m Jjri JtUilraliJ taUUi.
WINCHESTER REPEATING. ARMS CO.. NEW HAVEN. CONN.
A Owfidc Stock of
Rdagh, Surfaced and Moulded
Ail Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
T. & G. FLOORING
O. G. BASEBOARD
O. G. BATTINS
P. U. D. PATENT ROOKING
The Laads of
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CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION.
Pilot Butte Development
BEND, - OREGON
1 talaUY 1 80 YEARS I
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NOTICE FOR l'lJULlCATlON
The Daltra, Orcaun. (KtoUr . ivo
Nolle la hc.cliy Ix-cii Ihut Arthur !..(.. h-
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Joff-cpt 30. iSvulm.stat., yt) for part mul 1 u
haliitanlauf aadl city of llciul, Urvifou, uiimc
fultului;ilracribtil laud, to-wlt:
frcii of tlie a, ace li. tp 17 a, r I J t, w 111
Ami that will proof will Ik; iiivlc beforr J H
Laurence, l'. S. Coiiimiuionrr, at hU o.ff. 11
icml tirrgon, 011 IccciMlKr v. I'M-
llciiaiiicalhcfulluvvlug wltiirwva tutcaiu. a
.iilUKjrt of aalil pruuf. to-wlti
John II. OVcrtnrC, I.cyI I Wlcat. ( ,iy
llril'va nuil Joacph N. Hunter, all of He. 1
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KuspbcrncH, MruwUrrrics av t '1
.mini imrsery Mock for Mile I, ,
J. BuuUey, Leudi Oxtgou.