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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1907)
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i. Alt the tutc.1t ninn.lucti at the
JwstoHlcc newsstand. 1 7tf
The Corner Drug Store tins just
gotten In n due Hue of cutlery.
- Rev, Mitcliull wilt prench next
Sunday evening iu the Haptist
Mm. Tlio.i. Kynu rcttirueil Mini
ijny from a two mouth visit In
i Remember the Corner brut:
.Store gives n CmI pencil free with
every tablet. ,,
lfor first-class work In wall pa
pering and painting tec N. I'
Welder, Hend, Or. ' I7lf
Mis. J. II. .Wenaudy returned
last week from n visit of several
Weeks iu Mlpucsota.
Have you 'seen the September
.Ladies Home Jourunl? 135 fashion
pictures. At the news Maud.
C. V. Merrill lia1ju.1l HOtlru iu
11 shipment of the popular Kldridge
sewing machine. Step in nud ex
Vic O'Connor and wife have
moved up from Kodmaud and have
united the M ut In house, lintead
nf the Oucil cottage ns ut tint In
You hliould m.c those handsome
iB4K)rtcd Japanese nud ImtMrted
j;1um vases at the Corner Drug
.Store. They are the haudsoiHoM
vases ever shown In Hcnd.
George llatc.i, wife mid daughter
left the lint of the week 011 a trip
over the mountains to Independ
ence,, where they will procure
supply of fruit for the winter.
A new building soon to 1 erected
, ut Uoshitid will he one 16x33 feet
.villi 13 foot pots liuilt opposite the
hotel by Carmuhael ft Green nud
occupied by them with their bar.
Mrs. V. V. Smith, ysptcts to
tuoxe to Hciidsoon from the mill on
the Tumcllo iu order that tl:t two
boys ami Mrs. Smith's slittr, Mis
- ivarl Miditower, may stteud the
lit ltd schools.
Mrs. A. M. Drake and Min Ruth
New Chairs Jtist Arrived.
A fine line of new jchairs has just been received nt our
store and ore now on stile. They ore different from any
thing heretofore shown iu llciicl. They Include chairs
of nil descriptions mid prices dining chairs from jfir.oo to
Sr.oo, and rocking fchalrs from $i.oo to $8.00. Just the chairs
for the home. Coitie and btly.
Wit ALSO IIAVK IN STOCK
LIME and CEMENT
OTIIHR NK W COODS that you should examine arc
Tables of many kinds
Carpets and R.ugs t
Pillows, Quilts, and many other useful articles
J. I. WEST,
Held nrcspcudiuc part of the week
St the hospltablj Vsitdcrvert Ihibm
nt 1avi, while Mr. vl)rakc nud II.
J. Ovcrturf take n hunting trip to
favorite gioumU farther up river.
t John I,. Kevor left Thursday for
Eugene ami will return iu two
weeks' with Mrs. Kcvcr and chil
dren who arc visiting at thnt place.
On his return Mr. Kcvur will make
five-year proof on his homestead.
R. II. Vaughn nud family left
yesterday moruluu 011 all overland
i!rivc to Hay City, Or., where they
will make their home for the next
year at least. Mr. Vauyhu says he
r.-ally expects to be back here at
the cud of the yenr. .
' Notice I have for sale sevcial
lirlgatcd tracts of laud under the
Deschutes Irrigation K Power Com
pany! system, the same being well
ioctllcd and free from rock. For
terms and price address W. 15.
Gtierin, Jr., Hcnd, Oregon. a.itf .
' A. II. Grant has received the
!uw school books adopted by the
State School Hook Commission for
use iu Oregon schools. The pupil'
old books wilt bo exchanged for
hew ones when 'they iire'"in good
vendition. The did bobks must
have both covers, nil leaves intact
!uul be iu such shape tint,lthey can
b: again used by other pupils.
1 Nell Smith was"' down' from Ills
homefctcod, Monday with his son,
Gladstone, whostnrtcd'thdt' morn
ing for Superior, ) where he
will attend sclidoj, forW'Tic coming
year. ' Mr. sWthMWtuihllng
a new house (iir"WauJi"l!bctte on
his rnuch War R"dslau'd.r 'Tijc
house cousdf n'mhlu vXit xi.t
i'ectijj fctoriejr.ftlgVWiiii el) ,
30x14 ft. Mh Dtlgti lihs jUtff '
Dad a Jarjft barn built nlso about
IVaihcs nud grajws and nil other
fruits at the news stand.
Attorney II.iihou wms a busino's
caller nt I'rinevlll yesterday.
F. H. Smith was In Hcnd Woduus
day attsndiiig to business matters.
N. I'. Wcider has n flue line of
wall jxiper sainpta. 1,00k them
Cabbage for sale iu any rpiniili
tic. 'Inquire of I. P. Hurk,
MUeuiorc place, one mile south of
Miss Katie Williamson of Prints
ville Is visiting with Mrs. W, II.
. IIi(h gtndc .smoking tobaccos
nud Turkish cigarettes at the Cor
ner Drug Store.
Mrs. I., I). Wicst is spending
the week with Mrs. Vandcrvcrl on
(he ranch at l.nva.
130 acres farming laud u4 milcsi
from Lebanon to trade for timber.
Apply to J. I). iioucymau. 3$tf
Mis Vera Maikcy. has returned
stand has the
V. C. Kowlcc returned to Hcnd
The Heud news
finest display of
shown iu Hcnd.
The Corner Drug Store will have
111 n load of fruit from the Cove
Orchard tonight. Apples, pears,
jHiims, (xnches and tomatoes.
Dr. Co is a very busy man these
lays. I.ast Wednesday he pre
scribed for 34 patients at his office
and attended six calls, making a
pretty full day's business.
Another new Hue recently added
by the Corner Drug Store is its
combs and brushes. This line con
thins some of the very licst goods
manufactured and arc being sold
chcajwr than Portland prices.
Mrs. A. II Grant and sou llnreu
will leave the first of the week for
Mrs. Grant's old home at Lost
Springs, Kan. Mrs. Grant's moth
er recently fell and injured herself
Irlz llic week in lleuti. Br. fttlrfris
Uwus 4p acres of dll'cli land dtl-
fpiulng the Dr. Ccons place east of
Hcnd and he inyc that lid aiil) his
family will mqvc onto the1 l.1lld lit a
few mouths and make their home
there. Dr. Iiurrls has always had
(treat faith In Hcnd and likes il
livri'i very much. This was Mrs.
JJUrrjs' first visit here and flhe is
ilso favorably impressed with whal
will be her future home.
Wednesday was Charley Merrill's
eighth birthday and he celebrated
(he occasion In a royal manner by
inviting a number of his little boy
aild girl friends iu to spend the
afternoon with him. They romped
dim played and had great times in
the empty store room on the corner,
dud during the afternoon were
served to all the ice cream and cake
1j nicy could cat. 1 Here is no doubt,
I whatever, but that the little folks
will be willing to help Charley cel
ebrate many more such birthday's
iu the same manner.
C, h. Lowther, whd has a ranch
Hear Trdil (Crossing, was iu Hcnd
Tuesday. Mr. Lowllicr fays that
grain on the dry land in his neigh
borhood is threshing out a very
good yield this year. Wheat runs
from J 6 to 40 bushels to the acre,
and oats and barley 30 tc jo bushels.
Mr. Lowthcr has great faith iu the
Campbell mcthdd- of dry farming
and he and several of his neighbors
arc giving it a trial. 1,1c flays that
wherever the Uailtpbeli system has
been given a fair test rcrdarkablc
results have been o'btatned In his
Dr. Hurris of kMadras, who spent
apart of the f.'uktiu Hcnd, says
thnt an O. It. & Ml expert rtccntly
examined the coal atacs at Hay
Crtck. The doctor also states that
these mines contain a valuable de
posit of coal, consisting of a vien of
softcoal several feet thick, which
is topped by a thick layer of Lard
ro.i!. T1k ilnrlnr U mliti-r 1 l.o ....
Some Kf fa Things We Have in Slock
J tea's & Coffees
;..S. C. Caldwell's
Central Oregon Realty Company
JftuCceor lo C I). Hrown & Ob.)
BEND, - OREGON
DUALURS It; ALL KINDS OK
Central Oregon Real Estate
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
IF We buy or sell your land no matter where situated. Wc can sup-
ply you with any class of land at any time. Call on us or write for f
further particulars. Ij
Alfalfa ic fwr pound , rolled hur
ley J'tc iwr poundi wheat jc pjr
piitc seriously, and being iitiltc an
frum the Iiut and i!l! niirml i ""' uceiuciu iips resiurcu coa.. 1 lie uocior is uilUcr tlie iui
m 2.. M -. 1.... Ill . f . .. . Inr.iiim. !.. !.. m.. .. I.
IL..I.I. .!..! .I...1 1.. .. i"i awjus iiiiiessi so serious uat'l'1"5'"" " iwu iraiu uiai
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! .ma. 1.1 rani uas iicciuctl 10 go 10 Her
A. W. I'ojw of Hend was brought
1.. .1... r. . ..
pQiiml. Apply to ArutAuue, Hend. 4U """"' " " wcck in a
n -' serious condition. lie is suiTerlnir
from Hrights dlsn and dropsy.
As attendance wa necessary and
Mr. Pope Is absolutely without
property or funds he was placed
upon the county and is now Uing
Cared for ns n county charge.
fiuaii O'KANti, Irori.
.3I0ST dnNTRALLY I3CATBD HOTEL IS' DBND.
SAMPLE rloOM Iri ttSONNECTIONi
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable Rales. Godd Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
Mm. Henry Liuster is
1500 utrflwberry plnuis of (he Clark
SccsllitiK vartty, which she bought
from L. I). Wicst.
Step in still look over the new
line of men's hats at Merrill's. He
has u fine selection and can satisfy
your wants in that line.
Lew Itucd and wifb recently
movud to Hcnd from Hediunnd and
have rented the.Kd. Ilalvorseu
lioiibe on Kentucky street.
II. C. Hills lias bought njucw
motor cyrleatidisuow specdiuf'ovor
the cotlulV V111 that machine wher
ever hLs (blephoiie duties call him.
ITit to date it has bucked him off
Judge U. H. King and wife of
Portland are lit Hend, tlie pta'sts of
Mr. and Mrs. W. 12. Utlsrln, Jr.
Judge Kmji is the .senior partner of
the law firm of King, Gtleriu cc
MissOrpha I'cttit, who hubecu
engaged to teach the primary grades
in the Htud school (llirii)g the com
ing year, reached itcnlj Ti(&d'ay.
She is toppillg for the resent with
Mrs. Chos. llrovyr;. ' '.
A. 11. Kstcmhict Ima Just had a
6-foot walk bnilrj froiA if tfic
house owniHliUyAT:iiri,on ltavVthoru
' i a'Ij.I:. iv ., -,'J. '.lit.
ground fo t'xte'iUVtfib (allt In froal
of the.i Ijirosterhous, Hcofield and
Welder places. l ", ' ' '
WVeirAuily'liuuwas on his
ay"t" Hcnd lasrU'cckj Jit fell iu
witlffV ridrty'of tc'ptr.'sler who were
takllitf is luoretdjkui tq.jthc Des
chutes ;)ver to join ill )L grading
of the Oreuoit Truul: Line, These
'men vcrc of
the r6&U WonM
through to completion
the impreMoh tlut
tf'te Mishrd rapidly
Howard SpininK of Wilbur,
Wash , has rented the Onelll cot
tage oif cast Iron wood avenue and
will soolt iiiove to Hcnd "vith' his
family. Mr. Spiuing owns n trait
of ditch land n couple of miles frou
leud oil the I'rincvillt rnml n'nil
Svill lbok after the cultivation, qf
that laud in the future. Mr. Spin
Intf va$ editor and proprietor of
the Register while at Wilbur.
tfoficrf Noland, who owns ditch
Iaudca3t tif ij'end, has bought a
drayintfi abd transfer business iu
Portland and will inovc there to
take cliurge of il. Mr. Poland had
experience in this business in North
Ddkotn and will utidoiilitedly pros
pet lit It, but The Hulletiu disjikes
to see Mr. Noliirttf and family Jeave
these parts. However, he ritilt' re
tains Kssess!on , of his 'Jpud 'here
and wc hope lo see him bsck some
day. ''. y ' '
IWiuiuilOr GfAiurwbhfa 'ait
no'uncc that nil .mail atidul J le
iloppcif fiY'tlic nbstofttcc o'n Moti-
itnly evenings not later than 10
tfclock. Inasmuch 'ttH,' Her mall
Wlncfl down from ItojdiltiU 'Mbnda'y
cVcjilfigs, 'the outr'omri niail' "fcjf
Tuesday morning's stprfe is made
uYAonday ulght nrul the inall
clo&tf iit 10 o'clock, llercforc ff
you wu'nV your ttlaij to to qVtj Tues
day rorpBj yolt'kiqujdf kaVe It in
thfNpo3torticextiol Vater thau 10
will run from Madras ' to Shaniko
will be used not only 10 haul wheat
and regular frcijiht but will also be
employed to market this coal. Dr.
Hurris has a homestead only five
miles from the mines.
Por Sale. '
Seed rye. C. t. 'Lowtiikr,
Trail Crossing, Crooked River. -28
Clark Seedling, the famous Hood
River strawberry, $1.00 per 100;
S.vfi per 500; Sfl.oo per 1000.
25-:3 L. D. Whist, Hend, Or.
Z. F. MOODY
Commission, and forwarding
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Urge, Coodwus Warehouse. Consigataeols Solicited
.Prompt attention paid to those who
" lavor roe with their patronage v-
Tlmbcr for Sole.
' iPo acres 'W timljcr hid com
prising NlW of Sec. 32. Tp. 24S.,
It', r; J?., W. M. I'or particulars
adArca The Uulleliu. Hcnd; Ore-
1 Por Shte.
''Two" Improved lot's in' Hend with
mh; light driving team'; buggy and
harness'; two saddle ponies; two
saddle .vie rifle. ' -
C. 15. Dakkkv.
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Victor of Madras httve bceu spend
tActs as Administrator, Iix
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If,ucs Drafts' arjdu.Dank
Money orders on all Foreign
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