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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1907)
Joe Tftgfcerl iMnt tin first of tliu
week in Ilend.
All the lslust nwtjiulueti At the
postoillee news stnnd. 1 7f
When you want cool ltik cnll
nt tliw enrntir liriif store.
For Kent A Iioiim for rent.
Telephone Mrs. C. A. Jours.
C. V. Jensen of Redmond wan
business caller In ltoud Inst .Sntnr
duy. N. 1'. Welder has a. fine line of
wall paper samples. I.ook them
HoHtpmade Jce cremrt always on
hand at the corner drug store; al
way fresh, always gond.
Mrs. VV. n. Seller and on Hon-
Id, ami her brother. S. A. Wil
liams, ennw from tlielr homesteads
near Odell Sunday for a few dnya
Vie O Connor sud w.fc of Red
mond uittl Mr 0'CouiKr's.two ls
Urs, Misses Daisy and J.ucy, were
isltors in Hand hut Friday and
Miss tkwie Wilkinson will toon
take a vacation of a mouth from
her duties in central office. Mrs
i Eugene Lustier will take Iter place
during her aliaence.
People coming to fiend from Sla
ter rrHrt that the Roberta Itrof.
have such a heavy stand of clover
that they will cut fully too tons
f'am about yo acres. ,
Mrs. Jackson, wife of Foreman
Jackson of one of tot 1). I. A 1.
Co.' crews, arrived in Mend Tues
day to join her husband, who is
wot kins; witb his men a few miles
J. W. Kmbody was in Bend Sun
day oh bin way to Hirer I.ake. near
which place be has a sawmill. lie
was taking borne with him his
Lridc, having been recently married
O. ICoebn arrived in Bend Mom-
day to do bookkeeping in the Shev
hn office here, lie was rocking in
the company'' office at Portland
but was tranafcrrvd to Ilend when
t'jat office won closed.
Walter Kecne came In from the
E Unwell Cluerlo ranch Satuday ami
cmaiued over until Sunday after
toon. II cam to meet W. I).
Wilson who had ben out to Port
paint and Seattle on business.
' George Aune returned Tuesday
irom Portland where he had gone
to consult a physician.' .Mr. Aune
U troubled with some disease of the
vocal cords, 'almost- causing the
complete lost) of his voice. The
l'ortlaud physician, however, holds
out Hope that be can affect a cure.
About a year ago there was a
Krent rush made to secure a home
stead filing on Crane I'ralrii, which
lies in thu reserve, anil application
was made to the government to
have this Utud, comprising a town
ship or more of fine meadow land,
thrown opei to settlement. An
inspector has recently examined
the land and his report will be
averse to opening it.
Homer lloygeas returned to Hend
Tuetulay and will remain here per
manently. Mr. ItofttfoM was n pas
senger on the George Elder, the
hliip that rescued, Ihc passengers
from t h o Columbia-San 1'cdro
wreck. lie tried to j.;ct passage on
the Columbia but the" boat was full
ami he was unable to do so. Con
sequently In." waited three hours
mid took passage .on, the George
JUdor, a fortunate .tttjay for him.
Charles St.lnbnrroiijth has re
Signed his position itt the pumping
htation mid will jjo onto hjs home
ritead, where he will build a flume
19 diveit water for power purposes.
He recently made filintr on n flow
jf44 cubic ftet per tecond ,U be
tsed to generate power. The flume
ylll be font feet wldci two felt
'Uepnud 6oq feet loutf. Carlyle
Watch This Space
l'OR THE NKXT IIAKOAIN
A NNOUNCEM KNT-IT VI U.
COM I'. SOON 01'
J. L WEST
The Ainu Who Sells ,! urn 1 1 tire
Triplet t will take Mr. Stnnbur
rough's place at the pumping plant.
Carlyle Triptelt hS returned to
Iknd for a stay of three or four
week. He says Mis Tripled it
taking treatment in a hospital at
KiiKcue and is getting alone very
nicely. Millard and Tom Triplctt
have bought a 35o-acre farm about
to mites from Kugene, and Carlyle
ays there is enough fruit on it to
lunt Ilend it year. Carlyle will re
turn to the valley shortly but will
1m back to Ilend to remain jwr
iiiauently as soon as libs wife's
health will ormit.
A. I.. I'oore, a recent comer to
theae wrLs from California, mudc a
filing on a homestead in the reserve
not far from Itoslaud. lying along
the bank of the river. It was re
cently inspected by q reserve offi
cial and tbe filing will be accepted
by the government. There is quitcJ
a little timber on this homestead
but the inspector said the govern
ment was very willing to accept fil
ings nit such laud when it whs the
intention of the homesteader to
actually make his home there cr
maneutlv and imrovcthe properly.
The timber can be cut and uted on
tbe plate or sold and tlte proceeds
applied to improvements. Of course
if there is a heavy stand of timber
a filing would not Ik accepted.
Another ice cave has boon dis
covered in lh vicinity of Hand,
this time on Jack I'crgUMu's place
It will be remembered that Mr.
1'ergutou has u hole on his farm
aeveral feel deep that was once a
well but from' which all the water
disappeared. Kcceutly he decided
to cement the bottom of it ami con
vert it into a cistern to catch the
winter rains. When he started to
do this he found that n goodly
amount of ice had formed in the
bottom of the one-time well and it
is puzzling hfin and his family to
Ulgute out where the water came
from that made the ice. Since frost
left the ground water has been
heard trickling in the ltottom of the
well, which lends them to believe
that it is not probable the ice
formed during - the winter add has
not thawed. No one has yet given
a satisfactory explanation for the
phenomenon. Hut Mr. Ferguson
.... Clearance Sale
Is Now in
Neither 'cost nor values will Bo consldeYecL
bONT MISS lT.,t
is taking advantage of the find and
is now liviiu high on ice tea and
ice cream during these hot days.
The very best of cool, refreshing
ice cream sodas st the corner drug
C. II. Allen is in the midst of
haying on his ranch aud will have
about loo acres to cut.
The 'theme for Rev. Tavoncr's
Mirmon next Sunday morning will
be ''Light at Uventide."
The well on the Ilnldwiu ranch
is going down tnpidly now and is
at a depth of bomelhiug over aoo
Mr. aud Mrs. C. W. KcyoIds
aud daughters were callers in JSeiul
Thursday from their Powell Dimes
H. Cuorin, Jr., wife and
daughter arrived in Ilend ThuiMlay
to Mcud several weeks at their
summer home here.
Fresh fruit is the thing to eat
theM: hot days aud the tiottofficc
newsstand can supply you with
apples, peaches, bauaunb, etc.
Ilend has been getting some rath
er warm woollier this week. Mon
day tuc'theruwmeter registered 91,
Tuesday 92. Wednesday 94, and
The Ilend ball team will cross
bats with the SUters aggregatiou nt
the latter place Sunday. Jay
Kccdcr nud Chas. JUiock will help
out the Sisters team.
Consecration mectim; of
Christian Kudenvor Society next
.Sunday evening, lopic, "Cods
1 Cor. 6:iq-:o. Mrs.
II. W. LAKIN
Superintendent of l.ocsln at
The Shevlin company has closed
its office at l'ortlaud ami has trans
ferred II. W. I.nkin, who was in
charge there, to llemidji, Minne
sota. At that place Mr. Lakiu wii)
take the position of supcriuicudcut
of logging, succeeding V. A.
Gould, who has resigmtl aud gone
into the lumber business for him
self. It will be remembered that
Mr. Gould visited Ilcud last Sep
1 ' Va U
- t- 1
teinbcr and inspected the Shevlin
timber holdings here.
The liullcliu is fjiVeu to under
stand that Mr. I.akiu has been
placed In the new position in order
that he may lccdmc Hilly acquaint
ed with nil details of the business
and when Shevlin begins to operate
In the Ilcud country Mr. I.akin will
be placed in charge here. There
urc many Ilcud friends who will be
glad to again count Mr. and Mrs.
Iiklu as rcnidctUs of Ilcud.
WILL SRLL DESCIIUTI2S LAND
Chas. I. Richardson of Spokane Takes
Sales Agency for t). I. & I'. O).
Clin. 1' UlcliarJton of Sjiokarie, the
maunder of the mW iltjf rtmcnt of tlir
I). I. & I'. Co of HM,kanc, nccoiilMiiied
tjy.Mnx (',. Kiclmrdwin and Mrs. Antm
N. KcmUU of I,i Molllc, llliiioU, arrival
In IIcihI Tliurvlay nml went to tli HaUI
win ninth in tlic afternoon.
Mr lUchanlitoii exirscil biiiHcIf m
wonderfully lecd at the proreM anil
the change In the country tincc hit
former vilt in litre, lie saiil- "Tliwe
groHliifl crop are 'Hir own heat adver-
tl't'iiieiit. If se can Ikh- tbeae to the
pcojil'., the wttlcintnt of the country
Mill take care of itelfu raitlilty at we
can arcominoilatc it. 1 am uninp; a rain
era conataiitly to make the beat aru
inent that can l hmmIc to a prorctivc
K-ttlrr, natHfly a vMkle argument. The
keptlcal customer Iwt to yield to the
photographed crop. One thing w want
the aettlera to lo U to drop in at our
Ilend office, which will he in charge of
Max (". KiclMriUon, ami to gitV u rec
ord of their actual crop yietdaofall
WIihU, ami to hritin in Mmple of y;rain,
KiaM! ami vegetable, flu alnte fact
tiwt J on it AiHitn on aecttcM no awl to
raked jo or 6a or So ImtheU of oaU to
the icrr U worth imjrc m oh Mlvortite
incut awl an Inducement toairoficctlv
Mttler tlian a hundred irtatemenU sf tlir
'Wc CAK rauc loo buabeU of oat to the
ocrv' ardor. Wc want theae actual facta
ami we waul your co-operattoti in Kltig
"In the abort tline ine nchave made
the cIwiirc in the Mile department, in
vUw of the accoHipaMjHHR lack of orran
itMliott m yet, the retail tc lwe be wry
rnciumnln). We are cstemliuK our ml
vt tUtnv ami will carrv ci an arrrrtaitr
ri'Wiclty cauipaiKO both l(at aint Wttt,
nml uu are recviviiix liMjulrie from all
orer the l'niteil State. The' Skaiw
eounto has beu,cry prompt and vig
orvut in taking " intereat. IiwiuiriM
are ptMirlMg in both from the dry-farm
ing ami Ike irrigated aeetiofta there
about auil we hope to tomd thinia on
the back eflectiely aa wxhi a we Kt
Hnetl out tot ahrpe. We are cutting
MorttKHU Ct(M in tht Palouae and Mi
Neml eounlrr nitil our fanner are KoiiiR
tn ltatc a H'rt deal of Htoney to inveat
in laud. They understand theM cli-
iitatic eoiHllttona, the Kitilllic of the
volcanic iuto toil and with the abundance
i,( water and the alwunllv low tirieea of
Deachute lamia 1 think we will Mind
I Jjfl .,wrc h' e -core this fall and
Mr. Uicltanlaon will U here till the
flrt of the weuk und will prolwlily re
tutu in about 10 ilay. Max O. Rlclwnl
miii will remain to undertnkr the orgun
iuitioii of the aitlua work 011 thu urontul.
J. !!. MANUR, .
ABSTRACTER ol TITLES
ttrc Intuunce. Lite liuuru, Smcty BonJi,
Kl lWnlc. ConTeyanctiif
Ti?o Central Ore
gon Banking (Sto
Tnusac,t3 a Oencral Dank
Acts ns Administrator, lix
ccutor or Trustee of Estates
Issues Drafts nud Bank
Aloticy Orders on all Foreign
Interest on Time Deposits
Safe Deposit Ifoxcs.'
Jcfth Steidl, President
J. . Snwhlll, Vice-1'reaSdent aud
hiuyipj' t ,,.qp:qoN
The Best Candies Ever...
We have a larfee shipment of candies on the
way to Bend and expect it to arrive daily. The
goods include some of the finest chocolates that have
ever been brought to town. If you have a sweet
tooth satisfy your longing at our store.
Bananas, Oranges and Cherries also on hand.
Our prescription counter is in cflarge of an ex
perienced registered pharmacist.
C. D. BROWN 2h COMPANY
BEND, - OREGON
DHAUiRS IK ALL KINDS OP
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VTth the raJiantt clow which Indi
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ami liiiiulaie the tinr capilliriei td
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hie is certain protection ajpinit tan,
sunburn and UecJf.Ut it applied be
fore exrwsure-, to ion or wind.
Spreads likean miperceptible sheen
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