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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1907)
A. M. Drake Ih out on u IiusIiicmi
visit to Kulcin.
U V. Myers of I.nidlaw wan a
bushiest visitor in Hcml Tuesday.
J, M. mill Clmiiip .Smith of I'rliic
vllte were Hcml visitors yesterday.
Wanted To buy h second linnd.
idiiglt! harness. Mrs. C. A. Jones,
Madras is iiinkiiiK Jircjmnilions
for a !Ik celebration on the 1'owtli
J. K. Suwhlll wan n pnssciiKcr for
rorllmid on Wednesday mornln,;'s
IJnderwear, nil weights, ,o cents
jr garment itt the Ilcnd Mercantile
Mr. Chaxc, living north of Red
mond, is building n fine new house
on lilts place.
.Steve Suldl 1ms accepted n pos
ition in tlic postoflicc dtiriuu the
'The Scoflcld DriiK Co. has nn
umiuuucemcut for the public in an
other column Kcml it.
Musical and literary program !u
the II. M. Iinll tonight followed by
(cfronluncntN. Jle there.
Rov. Taveiict's theme for his
next Sunday wetting's sermon will
1 "The Call of Moses."
George Jones arrived in llcnd
Sunday and will take up resilience
nu a hoimMtttnd in the Hlg Mead
Mr. and Mrs. 1'. Q. Minor and
Mill Kenneth moved to their home
Mead on the river joutli of town
1'red A. lluuucll left Wednesday
morning for Stockhutu, Neb., where
he will vi.sil at I lie old home for a
mouth or six weeks.
1'ouimI On Hear Creek road two
house keys and small key to pencil
box. Owner can have same by
calling Hi this office.
Mis. Cied Tripled, nee Nina
Wilkinson, surprised her people by
arriving in Rend yesterday for a
L'S. of several weeks.
Pie pliitit for sale at J. II.
Oueill'i between Tenth and Kiev
etilii on Irouuood Ave. Any
miiouut to suit costumcrs. yi,i
Mi. Carrie Williams mid Sigurd
Williams, mother ami brother of
Mrs. W. II Sellers, arrived in Rend
lust Sunday for an extended visit.
II. C. Kills and W. K. CJucrin,
Jr., returned from Portland Tliur.-t-tioy.
The telephone company did
not purchase an automobile as cou
When thirsty these days you can
liavu that thirst slnckud at Grant's.
He has root boor, orange cider,
ach marine, ice crenm and ice
Mrs. J. W. Orussi and daughter
I lattie, of Portland, who had !ccu
upending several weeks in Rend for
the hitter's health, left Tuesday lor
Rumor says that a opular young
rancher living in the vicinity of
Sisters and who is well known in
Rend, lms gone Hast nud will bring
a bride buck with him when he re
turns. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Williams of
Chicago arrived in Rend Wednes
day evening mid will spend their
summer vacation visiting with Mrs.
Williams' brother and sister, Mr.
and Miss Coleman.
1'', K. Dayton, Win. Rrowu and
Mr. G mini in of I.aidhiw left last
Monday to view out and report on
the probable expense of the pro
Ksed wagon road to connect with
the Corvallis & Eastern.
P. W. Reujnmin, who has a
ranch six miles north of Reduioud
in the I.ong Ruttc section, was in
Rend Tuesday. Mr. Renjamin re
ports that all crops are doing fine
in his neighborhood, and cousc
ipicntly he is ctithttsiaMic over
Western Crook a3 n farming cdtm-
I have bccurcd uitcji line of Hccond-hand furniture and
if you want to save money and who of us do not? you
should step in and examine what I have. You may find just
what von want.
The list Includes-
Chairs, Dodstcad9, Mattresses, Bed Springs, I
Tables, Dressers, a good Orgun for $40, and
REMEMBER I HAVE FOR SALE
Boiled Linseed Oil & Turpentine
j .1. 1. WEST,
Read Caldwell's ad. elsewhere.
Men's working shoes $i.cxi per
lnir at the Rend Mercantile com
pany. Remember the musical and liter-
ary program in ths II. M. hall to
Levi C. Whittcd and Join) Stcidl
were initiated into the final myster
ies of the Knights of Pythias
Wednesday evening, after which
the members of the lodge enjoyed
a small spread in the castle hall.
P. R. Reisdorfer was in Rend
Wednesday from the R J. Ellin
ranch cast of town and reports that
grain is doing well indeed, lie has
in rye, wheat and .some oats and it
promises a good yield. Mr. Reis
dorfer, like all others who have had
n year or two of cxticriciicc in till
ing this soil, has unlimited faith in
this country as a crop producer.
I,. I). Wicst is receiving applica
tions for strawberries, gooseberries
and other fruit from many people
throughout Western Crook. People
from Sisters and from the Meadows
have engaged fruit from him. In
fact, the call has exceeded the sup
ply and Mr. Wicst has been forced
to refuse further orders until the
extent of his fruit crop is deter
mined. Drs. I. I, Scoficld and M. V.
Turley have purchased the drug
stock of W. S. Nichol and will con
tinue the business at the old stand.
Dr. Scoficld has fitted up a room in
the rear of the store and moved his
dental office therein and later Dr.
Turley will install his office in
rooms over the drug store. They
will conduct a first-class drug busi
ness and solicit your patronage.
The Central Oregon Ranking &
Trust Company this week received
a brand new Rurroughs adding
machine and now has it installed.
It is a very complicated machine by
which long lists o figures can be
rapidly and correctly added by
simply pressing keys similar to
those on a typewriter and pulling a
lever. You finally have tue col
umn of figures printed and added
on a strip of paper which runs
through the rear of the machine.
It is certainly a great labor saver.
The bank also just received n new
Shilling's Rest Tea 15 and 30
cents per package at the Rend
I,. I). Wiest's strawberry patch
is literally loaded with fruit and the
yield will be very larcc this season.
Tile same i true of his gooseberries
and currants The raspberry and
black lcrry bithcs arc a mass of
blossoms from the top of each cane
far down the bush and there will
likewise be a fine yield of these
lorries if the blossoms "set" prop
erly, and there is every indication
that they will. Rend is already
beginning to "make good" as a
C. II. Kill's was in Rend from his
Hillside Ranch at Powell Duties and
brought with him a fine roll of but
ter und a dozu eggs as a gift to the
Rullctiu man. It is needless to say
that they arc first class in quality
and fully appreciated. Mrs. Ellis,
when living at the old home in the
vallcy.had an enviable reputation as
a buttcrmakcr, and she by no means
has forgotten the "tricks of the1
trade." Mr. Kllis is an enthusiastic)
poultry raiser and pins his faith and
is exerting his efforts on a small
flock of purebred Plymouth Rocks.
Chief Straddley .Moves Headquarter.
Chief Straddlcy, engineer in charge
of the surveying crews 00 the Ore
gon Eastern, has moved his head
quarters from Rums to I.akcvicw.
To Wafer Consumers.
The rates for irrigation Irtfm the
open ditches, per year, beginning
June t, 1907, will be as follows:
1 lot or part thereof $4.00
a lots 7.00
3 lots., 9.00
and 2.00 for each lot in excess of
three. Rates payable strictly in ad
vance for the year.
Ry notifying the company head
gates will be furnished and ditches
built to conduct water to your prop
erty wherever practicable.
On and after July 1 the use of
hose for lawn sprinkling, street
sprinkling or irrigation will be pro
hibited, except the consumer in
stalls a water meter of 0 pattern ap
proved oy tlie water company. A
canvas will be made to ascertain
the number desiring to put in
meters; the same will be purchased
by the company and furnished the
consumer at absolute cost.
Rv order of the board
RiiNi) W.YritK, I.KiMT & Powim Co '
'I lie Rubberneck Route.
Did I ever tcli you stout our telephone
line? No) Well, you know wc have a
wire running from Ilt-uil through the
Mcmlow an far as Itotlnnil and every
rancher nml mimic who hate no ranch,
jiiftt liicnsly homesteads, have a 'llotir,
It' the funniest tiling to hear them alt
My "Oh! I never rubber. I often make
a mUUkc iinil butt in when it sounds
like my ring, but I never care to hear
I what other my."
Just to have some fun one tlay I went
to the 'phone anil culled up my own
' uiuulicr, then took down the receiver
j anil waited for remits. In one minute
I II bet every receiver oil the line was
j down. Some were In a hurry anil fairly
1 jerked their down while one or two
others took their down n carefully n
11 woman put n outlaid pie in the oven,
and when I tried to ctid in the second
call the bell wniinled like it wan away up
in the top of one of the tall pine.
Hut It' lot of fun to rulilicr. You
lean know just exactly when Mr. W '
lnt hen came oil, and how Mr, II. i
wathiiiK today, how early Mr. 8. j;ot up
till morning, how uuuy teeth the baby
ha not on the Meadow though, for
the Stork lu tabooed that place, but
there arc other babies other place alto
when and what day Mr. V. will start to
lowu, aii'l now tired Mr. A. I, ami o
Hut the women don't do all the rub
bering. The iiieu play string at It,
too, for I ui in a man's Iioiim.- the other
day and mw tour douh all over hi re
ceiver and I jut knew the (KiMiou for
mhltcriiiK came over him when hi mitt
were 111 the dough, so the little black
handle got the benefit. Dough not do
it again, pirate. Hut then we have to
get our money's worth and some of u
are not backward.
I sometime pity Central when the is
trying to call up some one and can't get
a sound. She finally holier up the line
''Hang up your receiver. I'm trying to
get so-aml " Then I'll Iwt there is a
whole lot of rublernecks feel jut like
the little boy did when he stole the pie.
Hut I'll tell you our thing and thnt nint
two tuat we ilon't AM. rubberneck A IX
the time. Hut dear me, there goes the
Ml and I mutt rubber. Will tell vou
more next week.
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all the delicacies of the season
I'irst-class Equipment I'inc Rooms and Reds
All stages stop at the hotel door
LIVERY AND FEED BARN IN CONNECTION
Good Rigs -:- Kcajionnlilc Charges
1h Central Ore
gon Banking (3b
Transacts a Qcncral Hank
Acts ns Administrator, lix
ccutor or Trustee of Ostates
Issues Drafts and Bank
Money Orders on all Foreign
Interest on Time Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes.
John Stcidl, President
J. 1J. Saw hill, Vice-President and
Notice to the Public...
Having purchased the drug stock of W. S. Nichol we will
continue the business at the old stand in the Mutzig build
ing, comer of Wall and Oregon streets. We will always
have in stock n complete line of drugs and druggists' sundries,
including a fine new li'ic of stationery nud confectionery, now ou
the way to Rend. And our prices will be as low as is consistent
with successful business management.
Our endeavor will be to always satisfy our customers and by
fair and courteous treatment induce a constantly growing number
to patronize our establishment. Wc solicit your patronage.
The prescription counter will be in charge of an ex
perienced registered pharmacist.
THE SCOF1ELD DRUG CO.
by buying this
high grade sew
National Sewing Machine Co.,
SAN rRANCISCO. CAL.
tUCTVRY ATMH.VKHW8. KX.
C. D. BROWN (& COMPANY
BEND, - OREGON
DI'AI.KRS IK AM. KINDS Ol'
Central Oregon Real Estate
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
r Wc buy or sell your land no matter where situated. We can sup
ply you with ay class of laud at any time. Call on us or write for
HUQI1 O'KANR. Prop.
MOST CB.NTRAMA' I.OCVTUD HOTKI, IN'.BE.VD.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.; tgrg
New House, Jfew Furniture, Reasonable Kates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
L. F, MOODY
Commission Pd forwarding
Large, Comuodk)ij$ ty'aretyfl$e. Coasigaaieala Solicited
Prompt attention paid to those who ;
favor me with tbefr patronage
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repaying
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
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 TO EXPRESS and BAGGAGE
FAST FREIGHT A SPECIALTY
For Rates to I,nnd locators and Timber Men, address
F. O. MINOR, Bend, Or., or W. J. BUCKLEY, Agt., Shanlko, Or.
to Dusky Beauty
A dark (Liu become jaiciiulinjr
when delicately soft, undenjiread
with the radiant clow which indi
cates ahealthy. seine iUn. Robert
Ine keep the kin refined in iniality,
kee pi porei free from clontingu aitc
ami itimulatei the tiny capillaries to
blonde and brunette alike. Hubert
ine it certain protection sgainit tan,
sunburn and freckles if applied be
fore exposure to sun or wind.
Spreads like an imperceptible sheen
shield stimulating and preierving a
uciimr, lustroui oeauty.
jwhtm tun6 if
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
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