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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1907)
Mtikc your Iioihc cozy.
1'raiik OIunh of Redmond was lit
Rev. ficomu mid wlfo of I.aldlnw
ucte Honil visitors Tuminy.
Tom I.niiKilon of Redmond is
sfCiiiliii,: n few days In Hand this
Mr. C. A. Joiium lclt .Sunday
niomint; fur a jdiort vlnit t Port
laud, J. 1. WojiI'mihw fiirniltirc stock
will help you to make the home
Fifty jcr cent cut on gloves anil
mittens rtl McrrlU'n Scmi-Aununl
Mm. II. P. J. McDonald nutl
Mrs. O. S. Crocker took n plenum:
trip to I.nldlaw lnt Monday.
Mr. nnd Mm, Joint tftcldl mid
V. P. Vnndevert were visitors nt
the school last week Thursday.
The Hshool boys of the town are
tiithu.i!astic over lmulxill nnd an
attempt In bciiiK mudc to orKitnirc
Miss Marlon Wlcst litis some
tiling of n novelty in n box of tulint
in full bloom .sitting ou her desk
Do not forget Merrill' Semi
Annual Cicnrntict .Sale. Inning tut
til March 15. A rcnt price cut ou
every article in slock.
A crew of seven men .ipettt Suit
May it licitd ou their way into the
Odcll country to cruiw out a body
of timber for oubttde buyer.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Sellers have
rented the Goodwills cottngc on
Ohio street, east of V. P. Vamlc-
vert's, mid have koik to liottsckcep
The fitcmnti's dnttce Inst Friday
Was the moit successful donee of
the season, it if said. A large
crowd of voting folks attended and
the fire company cleared about $40
from the proceeds.
Big Cut in Groceries...
Por two weeks now our cut
in price of stnplc groceries
tins brought much trade into
our store. The people apprecinte
(fie saving we arc offering them and
(hey ore buying liberally. You
Uflltt to save money, don't you?
Then read over this Hit nnd buy
your groceries of Nichol.
New Petite I'runrr, regular price
wi6,'c per lb.; now
1 1 wril water Cnatllr Soap, formerly
hk per Uvr, cut price..,...., .
f'till Cream Clioov, regular
Icr lit.; now
I'uunuz. Vanilla, former price
50c; now ,
Mlnccil Sen Clatiit, former price
('rcen and Jilack Ten, formerly
IvcIImc Mush, formerly
liilou Meat Cn.'a Shoulder,
frch, former price if, now
rmonr'a Vhlt iMontliiK Sonp,
wm toe liar; now
Salmon, 1 Hi. can, a am
Croaccnt Wheat l'lnkos, Mine 'ir
I'orcc, now a for ,,JuD
oil Snrilluo, formerly lue; gj
f'urfcctlon Stock Catmip, wnn 3$c,y -,
I'oiintalii Apricot, former twice in
win 35c. now ....,,.,, Ul
I'utiiitnin (JraiMw, formurly 2$c; OAr
(5ood Coffee, wAs) JKK
I.uumlry S6at. furmerly
35c; now 7 for ...... .
TonmtocH, 3 cnim
fof. ... 1
Com, former price ic;
Larue l'rcnoh I'nmtw, former O y$
price 10c; now. O V
I'ouiitain lYnchcs, former prlru
I'oimtfttu Strawberries, former
ly 30c; now ,
HVERYTHINO. IN TUG DRUO
LINE Prescriptions filled by nn
P.xpcrienced Registered Pharmacist
W. S. NICHOL
Make Your Home Cozy...
There is no necessity of livlnii in n house like n barn
not while J. I. West is Helling furniture nt the reason
bl prices now offered. You only live once will be a
lonp time dund so why not fix up the home and make it com
fortnble. cozy nnd homelike? It will tnke only n few dollars
jHsrhnH only n few cents. I now hnvc n very satisfactory
line of furniture for you to choose from. Come in and look it
over whether or not you wish to purchase.
Uy the way, why ttot i;ct
chair to ease those tired bones
have the finest of
J. I. WEST, - -
NEW DAILY STAGE
Prom BEND to SIIANIKO and All Interior Points
New and Up-to-date Outfit
Special Attention to Traveling Men
The Most Scenic Route In Central Oregon
Best Eating Houses on Any Stage Line
PROMPT ATTKNTION GIVKN TO KXPRUSS aud BAGGAGE
PAST l'RHIGHT A SPECIALTY
Por Kates to I.nnd Locators and Timber Men, address
P. 0. MINOR, Iknd, Or., or V. J. BUCKLEY, Ajtt., Shnnlko, Or.
C. P. Hcckcr of Laidlaw was n
Ilcnd visitor Wednesday.
Mf. and Mrs1. John Stiles of
laidlaw were Bend visitors! Tiles
day. Tom Rutherford of Laidlaw at
tended the dance in IJcnd Prlday
Mrs Murk and Miss Harter of
Laidlaw were shopping hi Iknd
Merrill is felling hats cheap dur
ing bis Clearance Sale in fact the
price is cut in two.
A. II. Lippraan nild wifeof Priuc
villc came to Bend last Saturday
and spcuj Handily in Idvvn.
Doyoit wish to save money?
Then buy a pair of those $4.50
and fcj.oo shoes going fdr &J.00 at
J. I. Wcsl gat in a four-horse
load of furniture this week from
Prlrlevillc. He has got one of the
best stocked furniture stores in
George Hobos' nnd Clarence
Sharp were in attendance at the
fireman's dance last Pridny. They
came in from the Baldwin ranch
where Mr. llobbs has n contract
for clearing laud.
V, G. Allen, one of the recent
new comers east of Bend, was itt
town Saturday after some lumber,
lie reports that he has nbout 20
acres cleared and that he will have
quite nil acreage into crop this year.
There will be Christian Rndeavor
services nt the church next Sunday
evening nt 7:30. Topict "The Bat
tle of Buttles, or the Victory over
Temptation." Reference, Mai.
36:41. Regular consecration meet
ing. Mrs. Mike Morrison will leave
soon for nu extended visit in Min
nesota, ntul Mr. Morrisdtt will take
up his residence bit his homestead.
The Morrison residence, has bceil
rented to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ryau
who will begin housekeeping there
Dr, M.jjV. TtlrlL'y Ibis week pup
chased the residence of P. L.
Tompkins audvfie; ami Mrs. Turlcy
will rtertinv it as Soon as it is vacat
ed. Mr. and MfS. Tompkius will
a fine, Inrge, comfortable rocking
after n hard day's work. We
$3 to $8
- Bund, Oregon
leave Bend, will stop at Hood
River for awhile and if they like it
there will locate permanently at that
C. M. Mudd and T. A. Ruther
ford came up from Laidlaw l&st
evening to get the mail for that
place, thus giving the Laidlaw peo
ple their mail several hours earlier
than if they waited for the regular
II. P. Dietzel of Madras was in
Bend the first of the week looking
up business for the Madras Milling
Co. Mr. Dietzel says that on ac
count of the heavy rains and snow
fall a bumper crop is expected in
the Madras country this year and
that the milling company are lay
ing plans to take care of their share
Dr. W. S. Nichol returned to
Bend Saturday eveulug from a
trip to Portland nnd Hood River.
He reports that the bill to create
rtestutth couuty was killed in the
senate last week Thursday. This
bill had passed the house and it
was generally believed that the
senate would also pass it. But it
met the same fate ns "Deschutes"
TEi Central Ore
gon Banking 2b
Transacts a General Bnnk
-i . .1 in
Acts ns Administrator, Ex
ecutor or Trustee of Estates
Issues Drafts and Dank
Money Orders on all Foreign
Interest on Time Deposits
Sate Deposit Boxes.
A. Mi Drake, A. I GoodwilUe,
President. Vice l'res.
J, M. Lawrence, Secretary.
F. O. Minor, Cashier.
DKND . DRKGON
. v r
It is reported that Bcud is to
have a new meat mqrk'ct.
S. C. Caldwell returned to Bend
Monday night from a business
trip to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Prcd Shonqiicst
were down from their Big Meadows
ranch last evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnyfield of Rogue
River, parents of Mike and Wil
liam Mnyfield, were in Bendycstcr
day. J. I. West is giving away some
very pretty pictures with every
$ 5.00 purchase. Some ol them arc
ou exhibition in his window. No
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Methodist Kplscopal church will
meet with Mrs. Vandcvert Wednes
day afternoon nt 3:30 o'clock March
0. .Members nnd mends arc in
vited to come out.
Merrill's Clearance Sale will be
continued two weeks longer, or un
til March 15. The cut prices he is
offering arc selling his goods rapid
ly. If you want bargains in cloth
ing, dress goods, etc., call on him.
There was an exciting game of
baseball last Priday afternoon be
tween the married and single men
of Bend, the "singles" winning by
n score of 14 to 3. The star play
was made by W. P. Vandcvert
when he caught a sky-scraping fly
in ccntcrfield, fired the ball to first
nnd caught n base runner, thus
putting out two men. Aud some
of the old bucks are still suffering
from sore muscles and joiiils.
At a meeting of the stockholders
of the Arnold ditch last week ar
rangements were made whereby
Tom Langdon would survey and
make a complete plat of the main
canal and lands watered by this
ditch. He will also survey out the
line of the main lateral running to
the north toward Bend. Settlers
who have land under the ditch are
anxious to push it to completion
and they will undoubtedly have
quite a large acreage into crop this
Five sacks chuck full of mail
reached Bend last evening, the first
of any consequence since January
30. People are consequently happy
again and are wearing a satisfied
look. It took just an hour aud a
half to work out the mail. There
is a report from Shaniko that a
train will be in there either tonight
or tomorrow night. These reports
have been so regular and so unre
liable that there is general doubt as
to when railroad traffic will be re
sumed. Until the train does arrive,
mail will be carried out of Shaniko
twice a week ouly, according to,, re
ports received at the 'phone office.
Eggs for Hatching.
Blue Audalltsians, thorough-bred
stock. Best winter layers.
Wm. P. Downing,
50-1 Bend, Or.
NOW READY TO BUILD.
(Continued from page 1.)
panics nt the expense of the Pacific
coast competition, for so small a
price as trackage rights over the
Southern Pacific between Oroville
nud Sacramento. The Western
Pacific will, it uj.bellcved, be com
pleted as planned. All the con
struction contracts in California,
aggregating 380 miles have been
let for a year past, nud 120 miles of
the grading is done.
Branch lines are now being pro
jected by the engineering depart
ment, aud it is expected that an
entrance into Southern Oregon will
be effected by way of Madeline and
Lakeview. No official assurance
has yet been given, but it is prac
tically certain that the Western
Pacific will tap the Southern Ore
gou timber belt, and eventually be
extended to Portland, In no other
way can the road successfully com
pete 'with the Harriraau lines lor
the heavy tonnage ot the Pacific
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with nil the delicacies of the season
First-class Equipment Fine Rooms and Beds
All stages stop at (he hotel door
LIVERY AND FEED
Good Rigs -!-
C. D. BROWN
Central Oregon Real Estate!
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
We buy or sell your land no matter where situated. We can sup
ply you with any class of laud at any time. Call on us or write for
fi H I Mil 1 - 1 1 1- . , n. . ,
HUdH O'KANE, Prop.
MOST CF.NTRALLY LOCATED HOTEL IK BUND.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New Hdusc, New Furniture, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
Life Insurance Company
Nearly 300 SATISFIED policyholders in Crook County.
A, W. CLOTHIER,
Commission and forwarding
Urge, CtMHtiHU WarclMse. &ifitt(SiUcftc4
Prompt attention paid to those who
faror me with tlieir patronage........
Bend Livery &
W. J. ROBISON, Proprietor.
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
HORSBS BOARDKD UY TIIK DAY, WKBK OR MONTH
First-Class Livery Rigs for Rentr Theae No. 15
Bond tmt.bctwcta Minnesota and Orfon, Bead, OfCCOl
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Our shop is located
Timber Laud, Act June J. it;S.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office, taltericw, Oregon,
Notice it hereby slven that iu compliance "1th
the proriiionaofthe Actor Couure of June J,
ih;8. entitled, "Au act for the ule ot timber laud
In the atatea of California, Oregon, Nevada, and
Washington Territory," at extended to all the
public land atatea by act of Augu.t 4, ii$t,
Kllen 1'. Knurr,
of BeuJ, county of CrooV utate of Orecou,
lia thia day filed Iu IhU other her aworu itate
ueut No. jioi for the purchase of the acU ne!
aecjl.aM ',, and ne) ! ofiecjsinlp it,
r i6e, wm.
And will oflcr proof to ihow that the land
ought 1 more valuable for ita timber or atone
than for agricultoral puruoaci, and to e.tabllt a
her claim to aald land before It. C. Kill, V U.
coininlwionrr, at bla office Iu llend, Oregon, on
Monday, the ijth day of April, 1907.
She names M witueuca: A. D. ltstebenct, Mr.
Hattle Morri, of Bend, Oregon, Uart Nlcliolai,
1 II, Marlou of Laidlaw, Oreguu.
Any and all peraon claiming adversely
the aboveleecrlVM lands are requested to
Ele thelrclalm In tills office on or before the aald
Jjth day of April, 1907.
f8-aw J, N. WATSON, KegUttr
BARN IN CONNECTION
AtL KINDS OP
Bond and k
F. O. MINOR.
opposite Baptist Church.
Timber land, Act ofJune 3, 1878,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
V. S. Land Office, The Dalle, Oregon
January 7, 19a
Notice t hereby given that Iu compliance 1,
the provUiousofthe Act of Congm of June
1(178. entitled "An act for the sale oftimber lauU
lu the State of California, Oregon. Nevada mi.
Washington Territory," aa extended to all u.
Public Laud State by act of August 4, 1S93,
of Bcud, county of Crook, state of Orr g
has this day filed luthl office heraworn sttu
went No. 4769, lor the purchase of the uh t
ofseci.tpU. r 10 e. loc 6 and neU W,
seccintptSa, rue, win
Aud will ofler proof to show that the 4.1 11
ought Is more valuable for It timber ot 4t""
than for agricultural purposes, nud to vstalit
her claim to said land before II. C. liUU, V
Commissioner, at hi office lu Bend, Oregon w.
the will day of April, 1907.
She names as witnesses: Lester N. Mcnrtii
Oliver 11. Krickaon, K. A. hmith, Cliarle It
KrtcLiou, all ot Vend, Oregon.
Auy and all pcou claiming adversely tut
above-descriuca lauds are requested to file iIk
claims lu this office ou or before said islh di) 1 1
It-aia MICHAlir, T. NOLAN, KegUtcr