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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1907)
"ntid" Went lit MilIurfiiK from n
nttnek of the In grippe.
C. M. Hud field vui n lleud bind
nasi visitor Thursday.
Mr. I. I) WUitt 1.1 Homewliut
"unite tlic weather" tlilfe week,
,. Mlw I'.tlicl Cli(iimitn Vtit the
first of Ilia weak viilting in lleud
, N'w stock ot aIiom jiut nrrlvud
Hi Mtrlll'H. Com in mid ntc
l'orcy Wnlwrr wna fn town
Wcduaaduy from 1 1 In much cant of
The fir hoynnio tiquvattd ndi
to forget tli UlactiiiK Mondny
The 1. II 1). mill begun nvin
again Monday morning with u full
crew of muti.
.. Don't forRt that l'uurtti of July
til aw nnHitiiu; nt ths I). M. hnll
Mr. mid Mrti. A. M. Drake re
turned to Ikttid WwlucMluy afmr-.
noun nftar mi iiUsoncc of several
A. II. Or ant received Ida first
order of tmwlurrli of the mowii
Wednesday. Tlwy will arrive rjc
Piano, mwImk machine, good
rockers anil other furniture for
.tale, Inquire of I). J. Kllia, .yi
uilfca from Html o Prluvviltc road.
MrsW. II. Wllaou. ami Iwuy.
Mm. U. 1). Wllaou hi1 Mb Wil
on will arrive In Bend Saturday to
wml tlte summer. Of courae
"Hilly" in Rlad to have thNi
with him ayniii.
Mr. and Mrs. Rtjr OUcrin and
three children reached ilend last
night and will ml the .summer
on tuu Ilaawcll-Ouerlu ranch cant
Mr. and Mra W. P. Myers of
I.nldltuv were in attendance ut the
wedding anniversary reception
It ivcti for Mr. and Mra. Clin. Rowv
Wonl wai received lii llcnd
Monday that Cnl Halou liml uti
lrcone an operation for bijkiim!I.
ritit on the preceding Saturday
tiud wna recovering nicely.
Rev. I'nthcr Mickey reAched tend
WeducMlav alttrnoon mid U hsiiI-
Big Cut iri
Nrw I'rili. 1'riuiM, regiiUr price
una 04 c ier Hi.; now. . ,
Haul water CmIIUi q, furunrrly rn
lacper iMr; cut wiew..... D'
full Cream CIimm, regular pc
jier Hi.; how n
I'uuroa. Van I Ik, furitfei price -)r
5mt; imiw Ot
Mmrnl Sen Clam, furptor price
c, iow...,..,rii . . ...i.. .
.rtcu ntitl Mack Tea, formerly
VK, IH)W ,,i i
I.clipoe Muali, formally
I'nioii Heat Co.' BUnulilem,
frcth, farmer prkc iCc, now
rmmir' While iMtmlliiji! Koaji,
wmiocUr, now ,
' for. . .
lb. can, i can now
Crcaccnt yitunt 1'lnkca, apiuc M )j
'. I'orii', now 2 for. XOL
xitl Sordlnci, formerly ioc;
Perfection Sthck Cattnp, a 350;
l'outitulti AprieoU. former price ,Jfr,
lttmiitAln,Oraiw, formerly i$o
(lood Coffee, win joo,
Uiiiiiry Soap, fofmfcr'ly 5 for
J3c; now 7 for......
TomatoM, 3 oons
Corn, former price, tjo: i f
J.nrac I'rencli PriuijaJ, former o
- price loos now.. ,y O
jfoiintnln J'enelic, , Armor price 'J(n
jjc; ii'.w , JiXSL-
Toiintnln StruwUrrlr, former y ZZn
ly 30c; now JL
JlVERYTIIlNa IN THE DRUO
VINE Prescriptions filled bynn
7xperieVi9td Jiei't'jteTcd yhnruladst
W. S. NICHOL
You Need Furniture...
Of course you do. A new piece of furniture Is
always acceptable and can be placed to advantage in
the home. Wc have a big line to (Jhoosc from
rockers of all descriptions, other useful and pretty
chairs, dressers, bedsteads, stoves, pictures) etc.
And tho good part
arc not tho robber kind.
REMEMBER i HAVE FOR SALE
Boiled Linseed Oil & Turpentine
J. I. WEST,
liitf the balance of the week and
Sunday attending to the spiritual
wants of hi Hind parixhlotierrt.
Have you eeii those new sbotJs
nt Merrill'? They nrc n flue lot
and low priced
I'lnno, hewing machine, tfood
rockers nud other furniture. for
slc Inquire of II. J. Ellis, ,M
mllcH from llcnd on i'rliicvlllc
The Ladles' AM of the M. It.
church will meet at Mrs. 8. C.
Caldwell' on Wednesday, Mny 8,
at i:ao p. in. Ail uicmocrt nre
requested to Attend. Mr. W. II.
Herman Quam, who en me here
recently with Robert Nolnud from
North Dakota, i recovering from
an attack of typhoid fever. lie J
at the Johuton hulMiug and h at
tended by Dr. Turley.
Dr. H. J. HUM be dorided to
move back to Washington nud he
nud liia family will start for that
state in n few weeks. The ranch
will l loft in chnrsc of I'ctc
You should see that sample of
alfalfa on exhibition nt the pott
office which vt grown, in the
vicinity of Bend. It measure ?
inchoA in leiiKth. Not
growth for this enMii.
A return game will be played on
the I'riucville diamond tomorrbw
Iwtuten the high school ball teams
of Mend nud Prlucvllie. The llcnd
tend! will undoubtedly be nccoiii-
pan led br n goodly delegntioi) frfcin
licre. Here's hopiu' the local boys
A. II. Grant hat made arrange
incuts with the Hood River Fruit
Grower' Association 10 . handle
(heir frUit nt lleud. Orders for
strawberries and other fruit will be
taken by tlte enso and filled nt their
The Christian Hudcnvor Society
will hold it-t regular monthly con
secration meeting next Sunday
evening. The topic will be, "The
Power of the Contented Life,"
Text, Phil l.(:tO'3. Leader, Mrs.
K. Osteite Kills.
V. 0. Miner has ojiciicd an office
11 the Triplctt buikliug where be
will hereafter conduct the btlslness
incumbent upon him as treasurer pf
the lleud, Madras and Shaulko
Static Co. lie will also continue
to write insurance.
Stockholders of the Arnold Irri
gation Co. arc making preparations
to put ((title n crew on constntctlbu
work soon and complete the branch
cnnnl ritutiiug to the east. A
camp will be established nud the
work pushed vigorously, . v
The scholars who made, tjic high,
est per cent it'i, their studies at the
Demi school cUuiug the past month
arc: Miss Ueld's room, Pearl High
tower, John Snther; Miss Wiest's,
IJstel'.a Satcluvellr-'I-'rahcis Steldl;
Mrs'. 5ihUh' V fTnne Prostcrlfous,
of it nil is that our prices !
Thoy arc- reasonable.
At the aunuul meeting of the
Arnold Irrigation Company held
J laht Saturday officers were elected
ns follows: W. J. McGillvray, pres
ident; Win. Arnold, 'treasurer; A.
Hty, secretary; Jatncs Kccd,mnuag
er. No other business of import
ance was transacted.
W. 1). Wilson aid Walter Kecuc
have )urchasod a 00 acres of ditch
land in the vicinity of the Haswcll
Gutrln ranch and will procecxl at
once to develop it. Mr. Kerne has
80 and Mr. Wiloon 130 acres. Mr
ICceue and wife will arrive here
front Portland about May 16.
' SteVe Sullivan, who came to
liend from St. Paul, Minn., last
fall and married Mi lunula Troy,
died nt their homestead near Bis
ter last Pridry at 7 p. 111. He had
been ill for some time with a very
btvtxv attack of braiu fever. In
tertiiunt was made in the Sisters
Work is now being pushed on
the new I.aidlaw-Iknd road on the
I.aidlnw end. Yostcrday John
Steldl was circulating n subscrip
tion papar to raic money to help
in the building of this road. The
new highway Ilea along the cast
side of the river and is considerable
shorter than the old road.
Next Sunday the new Presby
terian church at liaidlaw will be
dedicated. Rev. George, who has
been very instrumental in getting
the church built, wjll soon leave
I.nldlaw and his parishioners were
determined to have the building
dedicated before bis departure.
Several nre plauttitig td attend the
dedicatory exercises from Iieiid.
A. II. Grant has a young pear
tree that is literally loaded with
blossoms and give much promise
of bearing prollficnliy this year. A
plum tree is also putting forth- n
goodly number of blossoms. Cur
rent bushes art; heavy with clusters
of blossoms and the .raspberries
look very thrifty. Mr. Grant's
fruit garden gives ample indica
tions of being one of the best In
Van Tassel & Davis,
Real Estate Agents and Locators
Bt J 3TZ. T TQr. .v. jr x-
Handle Fanff Luntlo and TovM Pfoperty.
If you don't fi'tuV wli'itt you want in the irrigated belt, give
them n call, They hate Improved farmr, at f 10 to $15 per acre.
Madras, - Oregon
F 1 fi
The Dultctln is badly In nteU of
a compositor and must secure one
within the next three" Weeks We
dislike to Import from the outside
nud would prclcr using "home
product." Therefore if nuy young
man or young lady In llcnd or
vicinity who can set type, or
who would like to learn, will re
port nt this office they can secure
employment and learn a good trade
at the same time.
Mondny night the local lodfjc of
the Modern Woodmen put six
members through a side dceree of
that order, called the Hustling
Knlnhts of Woodcraft. The
Woodmen do oy that for side
splitting fun there is nothing like
it. Whenever you apeak to a
Wood mull about It he grins audib
ly. After the Initiates had been
given their dues a lttuch was served
in the hall. The local camp of
Woodmen Is growing steadily nud
adding new members rccularly.
While fruit at Hood P.tvcr, Lew
iston, Walla Walla and many other
places has been very seriously
damaged by frost, llcnd fruit has
almost entirely escaped injury. A
little damage was done on the
uighwofthc 38th, when the ther
mometer dropped to 1 1 above. L.:
D. Wicst reports that only about
two per cent of the strawberries
were damaged and five per cent of
the currants. Such a small loss
will hardly be noticed if 1.0 further
damage occurs. Mr. Wicst had
water flowing through a part of his
currant bushes and the.'c escaped
injury entirely, a fact that should
be noted ami remembcrci.
CSCS For llatchlnff.
Indian Runner Ducks. Kaslcrn
drlzc winners. Wm. P. Downing,
llcnd,, Oregon. 5tf
There's NKWS incite Hullettn.
Uo Central Ore
gon Banking k
Transacts a General Bank
Acts as Administrator, Ex
ecutor or Trustee of Estates
Issues Drafts' and Bank
Money Orders on all Foreign '
Interest 011 Time. Deposits'
Safe Deposit Boxes.
John Steidl, rrc!(lcut
J. 1. Sawhtll, Vlce-rrcslilcnt and
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAJi, Cr.jprlrlcr
Tublea supplied wirh rftl Uk- c.li, auts wiUKvcason
1'irat-chm liqmpuH.-iu 1- me Kfioms and Beds
All sikm Stop
LIVERY AND FEED
(loud RIk-H :-
9 MmjMrtirwWMM.f m .. wwa
a mjtmKt yaajaiaw eeaM wmimm4mmmm
C. D. BROWN
Cs,.a.irvni$ Cbwacmm Dctal ITcfff o f
fac-a via vj
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
11 Wc buy or sell yui land no matter .ere .titu'.l We can sup
ply you whit any class of land at any tint Call on uh or write for
HUQM O'KANE. Prop
MOST CKSrRAULV LOCATED HOTEL IN 6i'.KD.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Reason .oie Kates. Good Rooms
, j Always Reeved for Tr hukmu Trade.
rv: :,'." ywji'WH
Commission ani forwarding
SMANIKO, - ORCQON
Large, Coramodroos Wardnme. Consignments Solicited
Trompt attention bald to those who
(aror me with their patrouage
General Blacksmithing and Wogon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
tJtf Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
NEW DAILY STAGE
From BEND to SHANIKO 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 ATTENTION GIVEN TOJJXPRESS and BAGGAGE
FAST FREIGHT A -SPECIALTY
Fpr Rates to Laud locators
F. O. MINOR, Bend, Or., or V.
nobertlne alvta what versr woman
wast deMres a perfect complexion
It Ulnus that io(t. raooth, freh,
cleur tint to thv chcelc that l)not
youttirulneu. Jt -will brio beaQty
to thoae who luck .It., It will retain
U tor thoa who already iioaaes? it;
tt will enable you to .successfully
oanibat tho tavuKvr ot weather ami
time. Don t Udubt don't axev- Juat
try Ilobertmo. Your drusslat will
elvo you a (reo gample. All drug-
ftt th- h'Jtel door
BARN IN CONNECTION
mamammi im mm , gn
ALL KlMS UV
wik awwa ucfcv
and Timber Men, address
J. BUCKLEY, Agt., Shaalko, Or.
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