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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1907)
Next .Sunday It Easter.
W. II. .Seller left for Portland
S u ml a y. (
C. W. Klitqt and Prank Oln
uT Redmond were In llciul Tuesday.
, Wtrtlc In lioiv in progress on the
telephone lilii lutotlic Arnold ditch
C. 1). IlroNVti win In Prlneville
on bintium last week l'rldny mid
M. I.. KrlckstM of I.okevicw.
government forest Inspector, wiw in
Alfulfu ntid rye liny, Wheal mid
rolled b.ulcy grain, mid potatoes
for nle by Arnt Anne.
I)r. C. W. Merrill, returned
Wednesday night from a business
trip to Portland mid Union.
II. Ir. Dietcl, representing tin
Mmlrus Milling Co., wns attending
to bnsincsN here hint Monday.
Merrill bus the agency for the
Hldrodgc sewing inncliine. One
just arrived. Step In and look at It
.Mlhs Hthel Chapman exacts to
start in about three weeks on the
trip to the Jauiestow,ii ,vxpoitluu.
M. O'Connor of The Dalles in in
llcnd this week attending to bus!
tless connected with timber inter
W. K. Cusc, II. O. Price and V.
0. Mustoc wore in llcnd lnt Soliir
day looking ovc ditch laud in this
M. Kelly, Who is in the employ
of the Hhevliu cdiilp.iuy, arrived in
llcnd lnt Thursday and Is now out
in the timber.
W. G. Mason and E. 12. I.amb
of I'ortlnud arrived lit Uc'nd last
Saturday. They arc interested l
timber hereabout. H,nt
Fred Iltinncll is expecting his
sister and her husband,' from
Eugene, to arrive and take up
their residence here.
Cut prices still obtainable at the
lleud Mercantile Co. Don't miss
.this chance to save from $ to 35
per cent ou your supplies,
' Robert Ilowscr left last Monday
for J.aidlaw where he goes to work,
Big Cut. in..;
New IVllte l'miice, rrxiilnr prUr
b)(c cr ll., 1111 ,
Hard water Cu.lllc Soup, fi.nmrl)
lue p-r liari cul price,
fall C renin Chcnx, rrntiir iiic
1 jxsr It.; now t
Poiiro. Vanilla, former price
juo; now ,,',,
.Mine I toa Claim, former price
lirccn and lllnck To, formerly ia
1 jmi; now ?UC
K'c Muiti, formerly
t'nlnii Meat Co.'n KlimiMem, i i n
frwli, (oriuer'prlre 160, nuw 1rC
Armour! While Plonthig Sonp,
wim 10c thir now, , 1 , , ,
Salmon, 1 lli, can, 3 can now
' for.".' ,', .',,.
CiqkciiI Wlient I'lnVci, Mine mi
' I'orcc, now? for., ,
(Ill Sardine, formerly 10c;
I'orfcctioii Stock Catsup, wim j wj ? i
1 now.., XtOKl
I'oiiiitiilu Aprkoln, former price ")
1 HM35C now , ZUt
t'oiinluln (trapes, formerly 35c; -) r
Itoud Coffee, a 3W, iCZrt
now..., ,' IOC
J.nunilry Soup, formerly a for )c
lie; now 7 for ZuL
TvmatOM, 3 cam tC
orn, former price ijcs 10r
f.iirRo l'renoli I'miim, former Q n
1 price uc now O C
I'onntnin IVaahoA, formfef price rn
33c; now ':.,..'. JUJs
I'niiiitulii StniwberrieH, former
ly 30c; now ,
llVRKYTIIINa IN Tilt? DU(1
i.INU Prescriptions tilled by n
Experienced Registered Pharmacist
W. S. NICHOL
Springtime Is hpre with Its houseclcunlng und gen
oral rejuvenating, Get in line and paint up a little.
I have a fine and dandy and complete line of
Paints, Oils and Stains
A lot of new stoves, from
the big kitchen range. A fine assortment to choose
from. Come and look them over.
Stoves "-'. $2.50 to $60
BargainsEvery ono of them
COAL OIL FOR SALE
J. I. WEST, - - - Bend, Oregon
during the season, on ditch land
nml a iliert claim bulotigiug 1
A new line of shoes it expected
the flr.it of the week at Merrill's.
Tans, chocolates und canvas shoes
for men, ladies, children and misses.
Mrs. George Knarr, who recent,
ly purchased the Rlcd.soe cottage
on east Ironnqod, is having it re
modeled into quite a commodious
Deputy Supreme Oracle, Royal
Neighbors of America, Alfateta
Orcntt of Enterprise, Or., is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Win. 1.
Downing, on the Titmcllo.
A number of Hums business nlen
have agreed to keep their places ot
business, closed ou Sunday from
April 1 to July t, and published
their signatures to that effect.
"Dad" West has rented the
Hrock eighty across the river west
of I)nd will dear and plow it and
Atfctl It to wheat. Rene West and
William Holllushcad arc doing the,
A Washington dispatch states
that laud In The Dulles laud dis
trict that had been withdrawn
has been restored to entry. The
location of this laud could not be
Next nek C. W. Merrill will
have shelves put in the .store room
adjoining his present location and
will move his stock ol goods into
that building when the work is
Hend' people who made final
proofs ou timber claims at Silver
I.nke last week were: Mrs. W.
II. Sellers, Mrs. Ilcntrice Wilkin-
sou, Mrs. Charlotte Mcuillvray,
and I,. J. Jonas.
It ii repotted tlia't G. M. Cornell
hus leased "tlic Dick Vandevcrt
place in the Meadows country and
will move the Mngc station from
Koslaud to that place. Mr. Cor
uctt will mote Ills family onto that
A load of ' MftMrits fldilr nrrlvcd
here last Moilday for the lleiid
merchants. This floUr has n very
good reputatldn whefett'r 'It' has
been Introduced and'1 it wilf no
doubt soon exclude the imported
brands Irom this market.
The Knight of Pythias wlio
went to lleiid last week to institute
n new lodge report a royal good
time. A banquet was given at
O'Kaue's Hotel. The Bond lodge
starts olT with '(t membership of
twenty. Prlncville Journal.
The Indies of the Catholic church
have this week beeil' Installing a
How altar In thbir church and ar
ranging the. customary accompany
ing decorations. The altar was
made by George llrosterhous' arid
the lumber was donated by Hetiry
Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Rotten,
nccompauicd by the nurse, Miss
lloulder, left Wednesday morning
for Portland - Where Mrs. Batten
will spend a few weeks recuperat
the dinky little henter to
ing from her loui; illness and will
then go Hast to spend the summer
A Farmers' Mutual Telephone
Co. is being organized at Silver
Lake to build it line from thnt
place to Summer Lake. When the
extension of the line from Rend to
Silver I.akc is finished, Rend will
have telephone connections with
the distant. Summer Lake valley
A prominent Tanchcr of Powell
Dulles got stalled with a load of
grain last Saturday in Rend on a
level street and ou u road practic
ally as hard as a pavement. Tlu
rancher threatened to "punch our
cocoanut" if anything was said
about it, so we dassn't mention
It, A, Sathcr has made a great
improvement in his store room this
wtoki The partition between the
st'dh: proper and a storage room in
the hrar has been taken out and
the"two'room3 thrown into one.
The room has been further en
larged by an addition of several
feet built drito the rear end.
The Modern Woodmen of Rend
will give a grand ball next Mon
day evening, Ihe "first day after
liastcr and on the night of April
Fool's day. l'hey advertise "Two
Nights In One. The dance will
be given tit the Club hall and a
full orchestra will furnish music.
Tickets, including stippcr, only
Owing to the irregularity of the
arrival of tiialls lately, A. II.
orant lias made arrangements
whereby his bundle ol Oregouians
will bo delivered to the Rend.
Madras, dhaniko Stage Co. at Shan
iko which company will deliver
them Ut Rend. This will itisure
the receipt of Mr. Grant's bundle
of Oregouians several hours sooner
than they have been coining'--in
many cases n day or mdre earlier.
Hugh O'tfatlc Is hnving a good
ly amount of work ddlie on ,,his
homestead north of Ucdlitoitd. The
buildings recently put up include a
house, barn, chicken house and
Vail Tassel & Davis,
Real Estate Agents and Locators
Handle Farm Lands and Town Property
If you don't find what jou want in the irrigated belt, give
them n call. They Imve improved farms at $io to lis per acre.
see; them at
Madras, - Oregon
pig pens He will have about 70
acres into crop, chiefly oats and
alfalfa. April 1 he will receive
11 shipment of pear, cherry, peach
nud ripple trees to, b, set out on the
homestead He and Mrs O'Katie
will leave Monday for the ranch.
Another new comer who has set
tled 011 litud east of Rend is Robert
N'oland. formerly of Granville, N
D. Mr Nolaud has bought 80
ncrcs adjoining the C. C. Close
place 011 the Rear creek road and
will proceed to clear it and net it
into crop. He reports a hard trip
coming West, having been delayed
by snow blockades, .etc., taking
three weeks to come through. Mrs
Nolatid is expected lo arrive thr
last of this week,
Iv W. Richardson and family
have recently moved here from
Wulla Wnlla. Wash. He has
purchased 40 acres of ditch land
adjoining the Wilkinson place-cast
of town and is working hard to
get It iut'i crop this season. He
got onto the land only a few days
ago but already has it fenced and a
barn built. Mr. Richardson passed
through Rend about three years
ni'o looking over the country and
since then has kept his eye on this
place, with the result that he now
is here to make it his home.
Several new subscribers put on
this week. Vour turn next.
goiv Banking (Mb
Transacts a Oeneral Bank
Acta as Administrator, Ex
ceptor or Trustee of Estates
Issues, Drafts and Bank
Money Orders on all Foreign
Interest on Tint jQcfasUs
Safe Deposit Boxes.
A. M. Duke, A. U Goodwlllte,
l'resi.lcnt. Vice I'rei.
J. It. Ijiwnrncc, SccrtUry.
I'. 0. Minor, Cashier.
Anras trattn a tksltto tn4 dMciicUon nil
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PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all tlv delicacies of the season
All stages stop
LIVERY AND FEED
(lood Rigs :-
C. D. BROWN
Central Oregon Real Estate
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
If We buy or sell youi land no raat'sr where situated. We can sup
ply you with any class of land at ai y time. Call on us or write for
HUQH O'KANE, Prop.
MOST CKNTRALLY I.OC THD HOTEL IN BEND.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION,
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-Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
Commission and forwarding
SHANIKO, - OREGON
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Frotnpt attention p&-1 to Usok who
UVor me with thfr
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HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
0T Our shop Is located opposite Baptist Church.
NEW DAILY STAiE
From BEND 'to SHANIKC and AH fateVidr Points
New and Up' -
The Most Scenic Route
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It brlnca that tort, imooth, Ireah,
clear tint to the cheek that J)note
yautlifulnes.i. It will brine beauty
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It (or tho who already possess It.
It vlll enablo you to successfully
combat the ravaeca ot weather and
time. Don't doubt don't artroe. Just
try Ilobertlne Your drucslrtt will
Rive you a freo sample. All drue
Klts keep Ilobertlne,
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Fine Rooms and Reds
at the hotel door
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to Traveling Men
In Central Oregon
Houses, on Any Stage Line
TO EXPRESS and BAGGAGE I
and Timber Men, address
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