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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1907)
When yon want cool drink cull
at the comer drug More.
N. I. Weldar Iwn n fine line of
wall Mcr Miujiles. Look them
Clover niid tlmutliv pasture nl
old Siwiiiow plitov. Imtilie of I,
l Murk. 33-2J
lloiiivniiulo ictt crwun alivajs on
linnd ut the rornor drug store; nl
ways frmdi, nlwtiyit good.
I.ot A iKiukulhook containing
considerable money. Kinder' plctm
return to Rev. Tuveiicr uud iccelvi
The Corner Droit Store will v;lve
11 lend pencil free with every tablet
bought. Read its half juic ad.
C. W. Motilll lms just Koltcn in
a shipment of the popular Kldrldcc
hcwIiik inacltlnc. Step in nnd ex
At the school mtiiijc latt Mon
day Dr. C. W. Merrill was tmati
imonily ulctcd director to succeed
Dr. Nloliol, raxlcmnl. ,
Mit Nom Dobln of I'nucvlllc l
now acting as operator in the local
'dionc olficc during the absence oi
Mk llefc Wilkinson
The Central Oregon Development
ComKiny will put a crcW into the
timUr next week to toe titnlx-i
from the Swcmotc land south oi
Ranch for JMc to arrts, i6irri
Habtc and 30 in cultivation: about
1 V miles from llrud. Inttire ol
C. D. Ilrown & Co or J. II. Hcan.
Mend, OrcKOii. Jl-JJ
0. A Hawser and wife of Coop
cravillc, Mich., arrived in Ilcud tin
p, first of the week for a visit with
their ftou, R. Ci. Ilowscr, who i
now livittj; on bin desert claim ncr.i
Mr. and Mm. J. It. Hey bum, of
Portland, with tljcir two cliildrcn.
have arrived in IUud and will male
their future home here, Mr. Hey
burn in employed n cashier in the
It. C. Inimclc of Rodtnoud., secre
tary of the Dtftchulod Valley I'aii
Association, w in ltend yesterday
attoudiuK to fair mattvrin he soy
the comlotf fair wdl bouuch bcttei
than the one of las year.
A. H. Grant will have in two
loads of fruii next week, ,. one from
the Hoegli ranch , cuturistinv; of
apples, iwflchtt.s und plums, nnd the
other later in the week from the
Circles ranch near Priucvillc.
1 ,S, .Stanley, Jesse I, Stearic
nnd K. A. Baldwin recently pur
'chased an interest In the Central
Oregon Hanking X: Trust Company
of Ileud nnd last week were elected,
directors of that popular banking
IllStiltltiOII, ! )
The progressive mutiajjciuciit of
the Scofield Drug Company is stock
ini; that store with n- large line of
high Rrude Roods. They tell you
tibont a few of the.su goods in a
liulf page ml. elsewhere in this
Isttte. Rund it.
Last week Nick Weider com
pleted papering thu Haptist church,
'lie did n nitcu of work that is n
etodil to his imputation nit n skillful
workman. The paper chosen has
h very pretty design and the ar
rangement of panel and bordeis
adds greatly to the nppunrnuce of
the room. You should see it.
At the luentlfig of the library as
sociation lnt Friday evening the
following officers, were elected for
the ensuing year: Provident, Chas.
I). Howe; vice-president, Clms. A.
Btntiburrougli; K!iet,ary, Mrs. K
llstallt Ullis; ireaimrcfl J. K. Saw
hill; librarian, Mts. A. M. Drnlu,
Plans nrv niu'.ir contemplation by
which the uaditi room will be
open luronitcr ir a short time on
two or thne afternoon of each
weeje atmto lm" n altl librarian
Watch This Space
FOR THK NEXT 1JAR0AIN
J. I. WEST
The Atnu Who Sells Furniture
The very best of cool, refreshing
Ice crenm sodas nt the comer drug
For first-class work in wall pa
ixritig and (Minting see N. V.
Welder, IJcnd, Or. I7tf
Mrs F. 0. Minor is spending
1 he week in Ilcud from their home
Meud south 01 town.
Mtwt Marion Wicst is nt borne
again after having attended sum
mer normal at Priucvillc.
Step in and look over the new
line of men's hats at Merrill's. He I
lias a fine select ion and can satisfy
vour wants in ltat line.
Miss Atme I.aug, who visited
last week at the AM. Drake home,
left Tuesday morning, having been
called to dan Francisco by urgent
The Princvillc papers announce
that the summer institute and nor
mal, which closed last week, was a
very successful one and enjoyed the
largest attendance of teachers en
rolled at nny previous session.
.Mist Katie Williamson of I'rittc
vtlle, daughter of ex-Coiigrcssmati
Williamson, Is Visiting with Miss
Maude Vaudcrvert at the Vandcr
vert ranch at I.ava. She rcjtirncd
.villi Miss Maude from summer
The Scofield Drug Company is
elliug In such u large stock of
goods that it has been forced to
provide more .room. Dr. Scofield
will therefore move his dental office
upstairs over, the drtijg store and
the partition in the rear of the drug
store will be torn out. . ,
Rev. TnvcueY had the inisfortuuc
last Wednesday to lo.ie- e pocket
book containing, about $100. He
took out his purse to pay for n pa
per, returned jt to his pocket nnd
about n half hour later noticed thnt
it had disappeared. He searched
high nnd low but was unable to
M. A. Meyentlorf, .special ,acnt
of the General Cnml Officcrotrtaincd.
in town longer than the othjjr offi
cials who came to investlgaJje'Atlie
I). I. & I'. Co. aud the Gdlfcwb a
Southern Co. He liasjbVcn' jfthul
Ing the week lookiutfutbtuC facts
in connection witlrfchi?Rlioiiie-.
steads hereabout oiMv)ifcf?icUlers
huV recently utadciittitl proof,
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Merrill has a Tine line of men's
hats all the latest shapes and
Mrs. Chas, Drown and Mrs. 121
mcr Niswongcr left Uend Tuesday,
Mrs. Ilrown going to the old home
at Antelope for n visit, and Mrs.
Niswongcr and son returning to the
Last week Mrs. Stcidl purchased
lots 1 and 2 in block 3 of Ilcud.
Those two lots lie south of the
Drake block and face the west,
making a very handsome building
location. Mr. Stcidl expects to
build a flue residence there in the
spring. He will ptobably have it
heeded to grass this fall so that
they will haVc a good lawn next
Albert Glldden o.Qpokauc was
in IJcnd Sunday. Mf. Clidden is
associated with Chas. I'. Richard
son, the new sales agent of the D.
I. & P. lauds, and came to better
acquaint himself with the land he
Is to sell. He reports that much
interest is manifested at Spokane
and vicinity n this section and that
the office is literally swamped with
tu(tiirlcs. Mr. Gliddcn was very
well pleased with the Itcnd country.
kcv. T.cach, "daughter and sou,
of Woodbum, Or.,, spent the first
of the week with W. 1. Vandcrvcrt
aud family at I.ava. Itcv. Leach
was looking for an opportunity to
invest in land ami .was very well
pleased with this,, section. He
claims and withgood rcasou to
be the fa't'licr of Sherman county,
having been very instrumental in
getting the bill creating Sherman
county through the legislature and
later acting as county commissioner j
for several years.
The Ileud, Madras & Shaulko
Stage Conipauv.i? building n large
stable at Shaniko aud is hauling
the lumber therefor from the Cen
tral Qrcgot Development Co.'s mill
a'ttilcnd. The dimensions of the
Jjaninre,dxtofi feet M is foot
.'posts. 'Hie outside lumber coin-
patucn certainty muscus tunning a 1
profit when lumber can b? hauled '
frotu the Ilcud mill a hundred miles
by team and delivered at Shaniko,
where railroad transportation is en
joyed, cheaper than it can be
bought in the local market at Shan-'
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ikii. urn luui 1.1 iiiv vumiiuuu ui
affairs now existing.
We Haye in Stock
Teas & Coffees
..S. C. CaldweJPs
I mi KlUIWIHWMWUlllJUflWH
Ilnrcn Grant celebrated his birth
day yesterday by tendering a party
to a number of his little friends.
J. I'. Kimball, head cruiser and
confidential agent of the Wcycr
hatiscr Co,, the larges't owners -and
purchasers of timber lauds in the
United States, arrived in town last
Saturday and will make his head
mmrtcrs here the balance of the
year. Silver Lake Leader.
A number of tftntleriian and lady
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Sheldon treated them to a surprise
yesterday afternoon, being in the,!
nature of a farewell party at Mr.
nnd Mro. Sheldon leave in a few
lays for the valley. The ladies
served refreshment. Kvcryonc re
ports a flue time.
The first issue of the Silver Lake
Leader reached our .exchange table
last week. It was well filled with
local news and carried n goodly
amount of advertising. There may
be room for two papers at Silver
Lake but we have our doubts. This
habit some people have of rushing
into a field and starting a new pa
per before there is business to war
rant the move thus splitting up
the patronage so that neither makes
much, if anything should be dis
couraged. The Leader and the
Central Orcgouiati may both make
enough to pay their bills and return
a fair profit on the investment, but
again we have our doubts.
The city council last Wednesday
evening granted a new license to
A. II. Kstcbchct to date from today.
Aug. 33. The old license was can
celled in all respects and he was re
quired to take olit a acw enc and
pay the full license fee. The sum
forfeited on his old license was close
to f 100. An ordinance was also
passed by the council 'prohibiting
the running at lare within the city
limits of stock or fowls. Suitable
penalties arc provided for those who
violate this ordinance. The ordi
nance appears in fulj hi anothct
column. You had better read it.
This measure has long been badly
needed and should be strictly en
forced. Portland Bank Falls.
News reached Ilcud this morn
ing that the Oregon Trust &
Savings Hank of Portland, ol
which Walter Moore is, president,
and K. K. Lytic vice-president,
had failed and suspended .business
yesterday. Further particulars arc I
Two improved lots in Uend, with
barn; light driving tcam,.bugijy and
harness; two saddle ponies; two
saddles; one rifle. ', ,v,
C. E. Daiuiby.
Saslt arid Door Factory at Silver t,ake.
Alec Hamilton, formerly of Seat
tle, Wnit.i purchased four., lots
from V. M. Chrismau. Mr. Ham
ilton will erect a sash,, door and
furniture factory aud is now in the
Willamette valley for the machin
ery. Silver Lake Leader.
The Central Ore
gon Banking (8b
w ii i . "
Trnnsncts n Oenernl Hank
Acts us Administrator, Iix
ccutor or Trustee of Estates
Issues Drafts nn.fj Hank
Money Orders on all Foreign
Interest on Time Deposits.
Safe Deposit' , Boxes.
Joliu Stcidl. Vrc-,!iKnt
J. V.. Sawhtll, VlCe-lrc&tden,
.... Clearance Sale
is Now in Progress.
Neither cost nor values will be considered.
DON'T MISS IT.
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(Successor to C. I), Drown & Co. j
BEND, - OREGON
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Timber and Desert
ff We buy 6r sell your land no matter where situated. We can sup
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