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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1907)
School cliwwa today for the sum
1'. C. Kowlw returned Wednc
tiny from n trip lo Columbus, Oliio.
Mr, ltva Steele linn moved from
llBUil to her homestead near flisturs.
Nnw ntopk ol hIiowi just nrrlvod
nt Merrill. Conn In nntl sec
Mm. Cluproaii iiml MIm Kthel
t in town from their ranch yes
tttrtUy. Mr A. M. Drukp was a l'riuc
villa visitor limine tine middle of
Don't forjpit tlic dance Saturday
night, to I ivcn liy the Ileiid
Mr. wild Mrs. A. II. Grant were
Prinevillt visitors Monday, return
Mosos XiiwoiiKcr, of the Powell
Unites stage station, was n llctid
I)c I.nvnl cicnm separators, best
in the world. J. M. MASTUN,
UoMaud, OrcKou. y-u
Miss Heinle Double will take
Miss Mabel Hunter's place as as
sistant in the postpfflcc. .
Tom Sharp was n visitor in Demi
I from his Crooked Kivcr ranch dnr
') Inn the first of the week,
Rev. Tavcncr's theme for next
Sunday morning will be, "Vtom
whence comcth my help?"
? Miss Ruth Rcid will spend the
' summer vacation with Mrl and
- Mrs. I'. I.. Tompkins at Hood
Mr. and Mrs. Salchwcl! ami
vi family will leave for Portland soon,
B iwhcrc they Will make tlicir future
S. C. Caldwell was nt the Bald
win ranch the first of the week fin
ishing the plumbing in the new
Mrs. V. II. Sellers is expecting
her mother to arrive in llctid from
r"5fKiilippcwa Falls, Wis., for n sum
A. M. Woods has been on the
sick liht the past week but is nblc
to lie out again. Joe Taggcrt
acted as iiurc.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ryatt re
turned to Rend Monday. Mrs.
Ryan has spent the last three
mouths in the Knit.
Walter Daniels, who hns n home
stead under the Swalley ditch north
I of town, left for The DjIIch Titos
f tiny on a bushier trip.
1?. C. Minor, who had bden visit
Jug his son, 1. O. Minor, for the
past two weeks, left for his Port
laud home Wednesday.
Pic plant for sale at J. II.
OiiaiU's Iwtwceu Tenth and Kiev
until on Iron wood ' Ave. Any
amount to suit costuuierd. 9-13
The married and single men cm
gnged in a contest 011 the baseball
diamond last Sunday, The married
tiiQii won, of course, by n score of 0
I nni selling nut my entire
,s ttbc'k of
(roods at Cost.
I have decided to close out m
grocery add drug business at Rend
nud move to Hood River, and in
ordcr'to clean up the stock as soon
ns possible I am selling absolutely
everything in the store nt cost
prices. I give below my, cost
mark, bring it With you, qo'mpate
it witlt the mark on the goodti mid
satisfy yourself ns (q Jui truthful
iicss of this statement.
I 2 3 'f 5 6 7 .8 9
These Prices Arc
I have secured quite n line of second-hand furniture tint!
If you want to save money and who of us do not? you
should step in utid examine what I have. You may find just
whnt you want.
The list Includes
Tables, Drcsjtcro, a good Organ for $40, and
REMEMBER I HAVE FOR SALE
Boiled Linseed Oil & Turpentine
J. I. WEST,
The Rend Social Club will give
otic of their popular dances Satur
Have you seen those new -shoes
at Merrill's? They nrc a fine lot
and low priced.
C. M. Weymouth left for Port
land Wednesday morning aud will
later make a visit to C001 Ray with
a view of Sliding a business loca
Report says that a large delega
tion of Priiicville people will cele
brate the Fourth in Rend. The
trout dinner Is what is drawing
Mrs. Sarah Hunter and daugh
ter. Miss Mabel aud son Orn will
leave for Hood River Monday
morning where they will make
their future home.
There were memorial services
held at the church on TlulrSday
afternoon, after which the old sol
diers and their friends drove lo the
cemetery to pay respect to the dead
The Raptist board of Rend met
last Tuesday evening and elected
officers as follows J. I. West,
chairman: Mrs. Iv. Hstellc Ellis,
clerk; Mrs. C. R. Allen, secretary.
J. K. Sawhill has leased the
Minor residence, furnished, and
will occupy it during the suittmcr.
Mr. and Mrs. Minor and Soli Ken
neth will take up residence on their
It is now reported that fdur lum
ber companies arc buying timber
lauds in the Rend country: Shevliu
Clark of Mltiiuapolls, Stearns of
Portland, Mueller of Davenport,
Rev. Lilly has been appointed to.
take charge of the circuit recently
vacated by Rev. George, He will
preach in Rend in the evening of
the fourth Sunday of each month,
aud Rev. Mitchell on the second
Word reaches Rend that I. L.
Tompkins has bought n fruit ranch
a few tulles from Hood River and
is now actively engaged in the.
fruit business. He and Mrs. Tomp
kins are very well pleased with
their new home.
A, II. Grant has made, arrange
ments with the Hood River Fruit
Growers' Association ' to handle
their fruit at Rend. Orders for
strawberries ami other iruit twill be
tikcu by the case and filled dt
their lowest prices. , .s .
The topic! for Christian Endeavor
services next Sunday everting will
be, "How to Realize the Presence
of Christ." , Reference, John i.i
15:33. I.cadir, Mrs. Henry Whit
sett. Tliis is. (he regular consecrat
tion meeting and all members should
b present to respoild to roll call. t
Dr. Scofleld 1ms recently pur
chased the residence (hc has been
occupying,' ktithvS) ail the Lester
property nud owiiid by John Sise
more. He nls.o bought the two
adjoining, lots to the south, ami will
Mattresses, Bed Springs, I
an addition to the house, consist
ing of a bathroom and pantry and
Nick Welder met with a peculiar
accident the first of the week while
playing ball. He had a ring on
the little finger of his right hand
and oucc as he caught the ball, the
sphere struck the ring and broke it.
The force of the blow sprung the
ring open a trifle aud drove both
prongs into the finger. It made a
very painful, thoughsimple, wound,
The erection of a tower tank
house will soon be commenced on
the Baldwin ranch. The tower
will be about 40 feet high and 14
feet square and will be enclosed.
Within and at the top of the toWcr
will lc built a 3,000 gallon tank.
The power for pumping will be
furnished either by a. windmill on
the top of a tower, or by a gasoline
engine. This will give an excel
lent water system for ail the build
ings on the ranch.
Tomorrow" G. W. Triplctt, and
Torn and Millard Triplctt, accom
panied by their families, will start
on an overland trip to the Coos Ray
country. They will go by way of
Klamath Falls and will cross the
mountains in the southern part of
the state. The trip will take them
through Rogue River valley and
through other portions ot western
Oregon which they wish to visit.
They leave Rend With the intention
of locating in Coos comity, although
they say it istiossible they may be
back here in the fall.
W. F; Nelson, president of the
Oregon 1 rtiuk Line railroad, aud a
Mr. Gregory, vice-president of the
Title Trust Co., of Seattle, were in
Bend Monday and Tuesday look
ing up matters in connection with
the proposed extension of the Ore
gon Trunk Line. Tuesday thby
spent the day, in company with A.
M. Drake ana J. IS. Sawhill, alotiR
the river south of Rend fishing and
posting themselves in regard, to the
country. While The Rullctin Is
not at liberty to .stdte exact facts
as to the visit of Messrs. Nelson
and Gregory to this place, wc can
state that it is very confidently be
lieved the visit will result favor
ably for this entire sectiou.
Vaii Tassel & Davis,
Real Estate Agents and Locators
Handle iXiriii Lnrtds and Town Property.
If you ddn't mid what you want in the Irrigated belt, give
thtm a call. They have improved (arms at f,ia to $j j per acre.
limd lilgft School Club lintcrtalns.
The Retid HikIi school Club en
tertained IheTr It lends in a pleas
ant manner lust Wetting when n
mor-k trial wh presQtftkd, and later
refreshment, coitMitin& of ice
cream and cake weic served.
In the mock trial a trite hill was
returned against Guy McReyndlds
by the grand jury ns follows.)
XTATK OP OIIIIOOK
Circuit Court of lrwrtond High School,
County or Crook, Suit of Oregon.
(itiy McIUvhoIiU I HCCUM.I y the
grand jury of Hi Rcml HtKh HeHool of
tlir Co'iiity of Crook, by till Indictment
of Hi crime of larceny of a lwr- com
null.! h fellow Th aforesaid tiny
SIrKeyiH) dt fin llur jjth liny of May.
ir17, 111 the county afotiflid took rikV
crime"! away a horac, the rwrwMtal iro
erty of 0ot ge Vamlevert, of the value
of more than f u.
Unlnl at Ikiiiilii the county aforewiil
tiler 37III itay ol ilay, Uyj
(.SMgllCu) I'AUU.VIt WlKST,
(Signed) Dohotiiv Sciiooixrait,
Foreman of Grand Jury.
Miss Pauline Wicst as district
attorney conducted the case for the
state, while Mi&s Pearl Hightowcr
acted as attorney for the defense
The jury, which was chosen from
the audience, returned a verdict of
Indian Runner Ducks. Kastern
pritc winners. Vm. P. Downinoi
Bend, Oregon. 8tf '
Spend a pleauhl half Hour look
ing over tny wall paper aample At your
own hoinc sitting rninfortably in your
caty cliilr by the c(y light and nbilU
tbr cxict aurroundingt where roll ett
pect them to hang tlut'a the nay to
select wait Mpcr. Htaralne and cdrh'
pare the beautiful designs, rxquUlte
tittU and rich color eflccti to your
Pick out the exact pattern you want
the one that really harmonize with the
funiUhtugs of your home and with your
ideals you sec tlm whole line the very
latest designs the loveliest tints and
richest color effects, including the im
ported patterns in Moire, tapestry,
color blend,, ingrains, varnished tiles,
aanitas, sanitile and the beautiful pressed
leather fleet of Lln-o-wall at price
ranging front 7 cents up.
N. I. Wkidkr, Demi, Oregon.
T& Central Ore
gon Banking (2b
Transacts a General Hank
ACts as Administrator, Ex
ecutor or Trustee of Estates
.-'Issues Drafts and JJank
Money Orders on all Foreign
Interest oh Tlnie Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes.
John Stcidl, President
J, It. Sawhill, VicM'rcsldetit
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
TmIAch Mtjiipliod with althe delicacies of tlic season
All stages stop'
LIVERY AND FEED
Good Rigs :-
' I MIUHMIlMWHIIflH M
C. D. BROWN & COMPANY
BEND, - OREGON
DffALKttS IN AM. KINDS 01'
Central Oregon Real Estate
Timber and Desert LGhds a Specialty
" Wc buy or sell rout land no matter n c situated. We can sup I
ply you with any class of land at any tit Call on its or write for
further particul . ..
HUOH O'KANE, Prop.
HOST CENTRALLY LOCATED HOTL iff iEtVb.
Iew liousc, New Furniture,
Ciiilssioii Ma 'forwarding
SHANlkO, OKEOON y
large, Cmmttiw arehetse. Cstsipw 5tdW
Prompt attention paid to those who
faror me with their patronage
RALPH SHELDON .,
General Blacksmithins &n4 Vvijon Ref'rwx
HORSESHOEINQ A SPECIALTY
Our shop is located
NEW DAILY STAGE
From BEND to SHANIKO
New dnd Up -
The Aiost ScelilC Route In, CerUHl Oregon
v Best Eating House on Any Stage Line
PROMPT ATftftfTION GlVN TO IMPRESS and BAGGAGE
' FAST FREIGHT A SPECIALTY
For Rates to Ind Locators
F. O. MINOR, Bend, Or., or V.
to Dusky Beauty
A dark ikin teome fascinattng
whtn delicately toft, underjprcad
with Ihe i!pnt rIow which indi
tateialiealtliy. active skin. Robert
Ine ken thesLin refined inijuality,
Mid timuhtrs the tiny ca-llhrie (o
contribute the colur,liich damn tri
blonde stulbrwiviUtalikr. Robert.
i it cejtain protection against tan,
sunburn and fre ties if allied be
fore exhosurc.to tun or wind,
Snreadj like an imperceptible sheen
olrauieoverikm surface, fonmnc a.
. .mmiuwhii aim I'feirrviii); a
uelicate, luitrou j beauty.
It-' DtH TOD.tr
Fine Rooms and Beds
at trie lioic. Joor
BARN IN CONNECTION
Keasor ab!c Charges'
Bonii And 4
IN CONrkcmbk' cZSl
Reasonable Rates. (Soad Rooms "X
for Transient Trade.
opposite Baptist Church.
and All Interior Points
to - date Outfit
to 'raveling Mfeii
and Timber Men, address y
J. BUCKLEV, Agt., Shanlko, Or. f
ENGRAVER ano ELECTROTYPCR
fMMt 1114 MtO-24 tWMKE HNVtm COlO
put part tijto lov.'n $art intp gar
W. S. NICHOL, Bend, Or,
den. Tin doctor o alio buildinc
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