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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1907)
Come to lluiul to htmr
At law Dorothy Schoolcraft
I,i(tluv win vUltlng Bend
Have yon mn Uiom new nhoen
Kt MrtiU'f? Thy nrc n fine lot
Hint low priori.
le I,.vl ctvHtii Mimrntoti, lt
In th world. J. M. Mastkn.
Rutland, OrvROtt. 'j-1 2
I.ott A tiwicliot'rt Hilda Mime
where in Uend. Finder plcnw re
tnru to Rev. Tavcimr. .
Dr. Turley Ik hnvhiR h InrRe
lni mid ImjtKV attel built tit the
rear of hi lots on Iiouwood Ave
It. V Kichitrdtoii will soon be
gin the construction of n two Mory
luuifcu, 3.xi6 fitct, on bbi fiu ni nl
Pie (ilnnt (or mile nt J. II.
OnuiU'ri between Tenth mill Kiev
tmth on Iron wood Ave. Any
amount to suit coaiutiurn. ; 13
Huli O'Kauc bus Wen bntKgiNK
about the "iiiottteaKe lifters" he
Iim on hi homeetend tiortli of Red
mutul it littr of youtiy; jiIr.
,1'. O. Minor and hi father, It.
C, arc nH!iidiiiK tlie week on Mr.
Minor's lioiiKNtcud .wulli of Heinl
nd are building h home thereon. ,
Klmer Ntawouger wu lit Silver 1
take the flrt of tlw week, acting
Nk witue.li for "Top" Woods, who
madc-flnnl proof on n tiiulxr claim .
T?h MttUjcct of Kev.-MilehcllN
tedium next Sunday cveniuj; ut 8
o'clock will.be: "On what Uisi.1
can all ChrUUiau churchei Unite."
TJic. Oregon State board of AriI-
culture will hold its .17th niinual
state fair at ti;rlcin on September 16
to 3i. Competition open to the
Hugh O'Kauc bays that six fam
ilica from North Dakota 'll soon
arrive and take tip resilience on
ditch land near hi homestead north
of Kedtnoiid. ., ,
Mr. llrucc and w'ife from Wilbur,
AVnuli., arc recent .conitir to this
section. They have' retctj a small
ucrcegc on the Spinning form 2
mile northeast bf Baud.
!;. A. Griffin lias recently pur
chased 80 nurcs of ditcl) laud, near
ihc Richardson place on the Hear
creek road and is clcarhig it and
getting it ready to itlt Into crop.
, II. C. Ellis and W. E. Gticrin,
jr;, went to Priuct'lllc Monday on
business connected with telephone
matters. They will visit Htinis be
fore they rctunl rind expected to be
gons about twe? weeks.
" Dr. Merrill and N. P: Smith arc
attending u convention of thegrund
jdA'cof tfie Knights of Pythias
jVWIcff coWctied in Portland on the
jrst. They ore delegates from Dcs
chute IWrc No. 103. ti
Is'rttyalfcr Kcenc and wifc.di JforV
yjknd arrived here last wctty 16-iaUc
this their future home. Mr. Ktfcue
hnd W. II. Wilson have urt:hrisc'4
joa acres of ditch laud ucdr the
ilaswcll-Gueriu ranch. j ,
v A. H. Grant has' made nrrangcv
incuts with the Hood IUvcf yl'rtlit
'Orbwcrtt' Association 'fo'ifnildtc
thoir fruit at Ilend. Orders for
'strawberries and other Iruit will be
'taken by the case and filled at
their lowest prices
!A. M. Drake is liavW.n covered
ruborway built front lijk ihaiu resi
dence to the nunc at'l'thfi south.
' h'c, structure is being jflrulc of pine
hSps in the rough nntl Will harmon
i i With the geucrnl architecture of
the main building.
A, letter received' by , Mrs. Hugh
O'Kauc from Mrs, Paul iWnier,
nee Belle Uoblsou, states that she
dfrcs not at all like the Minnesota
c'ituntcj that it has been a cold mid
Very disagreeable spring- there. Bdth
rilieatul Fohl hre hopinir to return
eRie Second-Hand Feratore
I have scented (juite 11 line of gecond-lmud furniture mid
if you wnut to iwvt tuourfy and who of us do not? you
should step in and txatuiuc what I 'lifer. Von may And juit
what you want.
The list Includes
Chairs, Bodetcads, Mattresses, Bed Springs, j
Tnbloc. Dressers, a Rood OrKan for $40, and
REMEMBER I HAVE FOR SALE
Boiled Linseed Oil & Turpentine
J. I. WEST,
Bend, 0 r ego 11
The rainfall for the week nt Heml
ha been 1.11 inches.
New stock ol shoos Just arrived
at Merrill's. Come in and sec
Announcements lmvc been rc
ceivml in Ilend of the marriage of
Mr. Clunk Hull McNie to Mis
Alda Johtivon on WeliieUy, May
J 5, at Winona, Minn. Mr. and
Mrs. McNie will be nt home after
July 15 nt Kcutwood, La.
Preparations for the Pourth arc
Koiug steadily forwnnl and nil com
mittoefc arc hard nt work. The first
bitch of advertising nutter has
botn printed nt The Hullctiu oflicc
and is kIui distrlbutoil. Hvcry
loyal citizen will help to ndvcrtic
the event, which is Koiut; to he one
of the biggest and best celebrations
ever seen iu Central Oregon.
News reaches Dcnd that Francis
Marion was declared "not guilty"
by the jury a I.akevicw before
which he was tried on the charge
of selling a team, harness and hack
not belonging to him, the outfit be
ing the property of "jiilly" Kobisou
of llctid. It was impossible to get
full particulars. The ulTair will be
a heavy loto to Hobison, the value
ol tlte outfit and expenses aggregat
ing Kvcrnl hundred dollars.
Hand was isitcd by quite n
heverc electrical storm ami a heavy
downpour of rain Tuesday after
;ioon. Two large pine. trees south
of the P. H. D. afflce were struck
by lightning and a clcuti strip
ripped from the top to the .ground.
The fuses to all c 'phones pu the
local exchange excepting four were
burned out, riswcrc also all the
tang distance 'phones. The storm
yds quit: extended m scope as it
tjlso visited Pritlevlllc and burned
out all the 'phones there except
three, About rui inch of Water fell.
Iill order td get a greater fall to
the flume thai feeds his, irrigation
wheel, Henry iiuster Is rtipvjng the
wheel several yards dowi) stttam.
The reinOral necessitates;, some
hcAVy blasting hi order to dear a
)yay for the flume: &i Halvorsen
h lis had charge "tt.1' the blasting.
thli UHgating wltccl is a clever
connivance by which the force of
the. water turn a'water wheel. The
iNvafcf wheel furtilshe.1 the power, to
keep an endless chain in operation'
which carries a number of lat,ge tiu
cups. As the chain revolves, the
cups dip up water and carry it to
the top of a derrick some 30 or 40
feet high where the vVater is
dumped into a flume and carried by
gfavity onto the Itustcr field on
the .west side of the river. It is a
first, rate irrigation plant on a small
ltaiia will cclelimte. Will you.'
LIbks Tor tlntfTjIiiE. ,'
v Indian Kuntier Pucks. "Kastcrn
lea.a The Bulletin's Irrigation
D apartment. v
-Wn. P. DowKino,
Heortiii( the wedding ol Mr.
Clmtlvs McNie to Misa Alda John
)ii, the Wiuouu(Miuii ) Independ
ent said, iu art:
"The ceremony wns)erforuicd in
the ftont jMirlor Iwy window U
neath n liugtt wedding bell of wlat
car not ion ud white kwetiK-as
over which theitt was a iK-autilu,
bower ufhoiilheru tnii.,x studded
with iniuuture electrk lights.
"The music for the occasion was
renderwl by Heyrriitedt's oreliestr.i
and ai they played the wedding
march fiom Lohengrin, the bridni
pvirty marched down stairs nnd into
the front parlor, Rev. Thomas, Mr.
McNie, the groom, and Kobert
Shannon of Scaiilou, Minn., his
bet man preceding the ushers,
Harry Hrooks of Minneapolis,
Sheldon Ihooks of Scaulon and
Curl lohnsoii of Winona, a brother
of the bride.
"The bride wore a very handsome
gown ol white satin trimmed iu
duchess lace and wore a full tulle
veil and carried a shower boquct of
lillies of tl'ie valley. The maid of
honor wore a gown of pink silk
mull and carried a boquct of white
swectpcas. The bridesmaids were
nil nttircd in white net and wore
pink satin sashes (aid carried bo
il nets of pink swectpcas.
"An informal, reception and a
wedding supper followed the mar
riage ceremony. .The bridal party
were served in the dining room
which was very prettily .decorated
for the occasion, the general color
scheme being pink and white. The
bride's table yus decorated with a
large center piece consisting of a
mound ol pink bride's roses and
"The bride and groom are, both
well known In Winona and hnyc.a
very large circle ol friends tlpte
who will extend congratulations,
The bride is the younger daughter
of Mr. nud Mrs. A. C. Johnson.
The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. McNie, and is resident manager
of the Drooks-Scanlon Lumber com
pany's business nt Kentwood, Ia.V
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VOR SAMt J1V It. A. SATllKR.
Stwii-1 11 i,f.tm half hour look-'
liiK w r my hII prr tatoelvn c j6mt
own liotiM -tintiu romirmlty In rout
r.i-y clmir lijr tit vufy H(liU tiA amkl
Hip tkct Mir'rinmliiiK lif yot e
iwft iIm-iii t. Iikiir th(' tb fy t"
M'lct l iir. I'.samtiie ami etftot-
rv ihr lirmitilul illni, x4)ulitr
tint ami ririi colur nictt III
1'irk 'nil iIk- rxaet nlUTn you want
llir iM th.il rmilv liatlMiil?jr with th
furnnllini;. of yfillf iKHIIf N'lil Willi JTOur
idcaU yon -re (he wttolr line the rr
lmri il ix'io lh liwlit tint and
rnh-l rotor rffartii, iniluiluiK tint ini
Hirin (Mitrrn in Moire, tannlry,
color lilrnU, tii(ritn. VHrMlbn lilrv
nntilla, Miii'ilf uo.l I'lrtwautiful rMl
Iratlirr rrfrrt of l.iiio wall it' irice
rriiiK'HK from 7 r- U up,
N. 1. WkIKHK, Iten.l, Orejjoti.
iigMfc-- .. .it1 1 fMaraffa'y
'mSmBr.mzMKUfBt - aafafaaTBaatBar
by buying this
high grade sew
STRONGEST GUARANTEE. .
National Sewing Machine Co..
SAN FRANPISCO. CAL.
PACTOUY AT nULVIDCNC. ILU
TiTe Central Ore
gon Banking Sb
Transacts d deneral Bank-'
Acts as Administrator, Ex
ecutor or Trustee of Estates
Issues Drafts nnd ' JBnnk
Money Orders on all Foreign
Interest on Tirrta Deposits
. -1 ,
Safei Deposit boxes.
I. H. SatThilt, Vlcc.fre.Mtfut
Crook Couijjjr Realty Coj
Kcal Estate Beaiht asd Sold.
Life and Accident
ovric IM HULUCTIM utumo kBaD.oasotut
h Tissel & Davis,
Real Estate Agents and Locators
Handle Farm Laiids and Town Propery
If I'ViVSjon't find what you want in Jha. irrigated. Iftlt, give
thctu c call. They have improved farms at 10 to 5is per acre,
B'EJE? THEM', AT v.
f, ,. iCiw
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
I ntk supplied with all thcjlellcuciew of the season
Itrm clwiK Rtititnint
ITnc Udbms and Ueds
All stages stop at the hotel door
LIVELY AND FEED BARN SN CONNECTION
flood Rigs : Reasonable Charges
C. 0. BROWN Sfc COMPANY
BEND, - OREGON
UI'ALKftS IN ALL KINDS 01' .
Central Oregon Real Estate
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
II We buy or -ell youi laud no matter where .ituatcd. Wc can sup
ply you with any class of land at any time Call on us or write for
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HUQM O'KANE, Prop.
IlOM) AND (1
MOST CKNTRALLY jpCATHX) HOTUL IN nEND.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION. " 1
New House, New Fiirniturc, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Tr? -ierlt Trade.
L. F. MOODY
commission and forwarding
SHANIKQ,- - OREOON
Large, Commodious Warettoue. CeuigHaests SelJdlci
Prompt attention paid to those who
favor uic with 'their patronage
RALPH SHfeLDON t, 1t
General ;Blacksmithing and .Wagon Repairaig
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Oar shori located opposite Baptist Church.
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NEW DAILY SJTAGB
Frorrj BEND to SHANIKO and AU IiilerIor Joints'
New andUb-to-date Outfit
opcciai Attention to i raveling" men :
Trie liX. Scenic Rbii Iit'Central bfegotl , . )
v Best Eating Houses on Arty SU'tie Lin'c
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO EXPRESS aud BAGGAGEI
FAST FREIGHT A SPECIM.TV'
Fb Rates to Lnd Locators and Timber Men, address
F. O. MINOR, Bend, Or., of W. J. BUCKLEY. AgU Shanlko, Dt
Ilobqrtlna, tlvt hat v'ry tvoman
moat ljtra- txrfect complexion,
It torlnga that soft, amooth, Xrh.
clear tint to tha cheek that onotea
youthrulnew. It wilt brln beauty
to thoso who lack It: It wilt retain
tt ,(pr thojia -Aha already posses It,
It vlft' ihahla you to successfully
cortl vv (h - ravaKca ot weather ana
time. Don't doubt don't, ar?ue. Just
try Ttobertlne. Your druggist will
glvo you a (reo sample. AU drug
data keep Roberttne. '"
FL ANK BEISTLEi
ENGnAVER and ELECTROTYPES J
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