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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1907)
magazines at the news
N, 1'. Wctdcr has n fine Hue of
1 wall paper sumplcs. Look tlicm
Advertised letters arc no follows;
Mm. K. Cane ami Mr, V. V.
A pencil ami ruler given free
with every ioc tnblct at the Cor
nor Drill Stotc.
l.oti Kcoil recently bought the
ld. Jlnlvorseu house mid lot on
Kentucky St. Consideration, $700.
l'otutotts for Male, $12 er ton In
the field; f 15 cr ton delivered In
town. J. II. Ilii.v.v, 1 14 mile cast
I'rult can lie hnd nt the news
ulaiiil from both the I'owdl Unite
and Cove orcliiuili. Applet, pluuih,
ptnrs, pwtchos uml prune.
' Nick Welder tins n contract for
imperlug nd Hilntfng the Club
house, uml the mesa and dining
rooms of the other building.
J. 1). DuvliMoil was one of the
pnrtlw who was fortunate enough
to get loeitl on claim without
Closing Out Sale! I NeirtJ"st.ArHyed
3& - -mvm .. -w v A fino line of isc.v chairs has just been received at ou
BEGINNING MONDAY, OCT. 7th
And continuing until the entire stock is disposed of.
Everything in stock Cvill bo sold at wholesale prices-.
THE MERRILL pOMPANY,
BUIlDlfitaS ALSO FOR
A (incline of kcv chairs has just been received at our
store and sire nOtt on sale. They arc different froth any
thing licrclofore shown in llctid. They Include chairs
of all descriptions and prices dining chairs from $t.bo to
f2.oo, and rocking chairs from 2.00 to $8.00. Just the chairs
for the home. Conic and buy.
For first-class work in wall pa
wring and painting see N. P.
Welder, liund, Or. tyf
Step In and examine the new Hue
of cutlery Just gotten in by the
Comer Drug Store.
Hcv. Tavcncr left last week for
North Dakota, and it is understood
tliut, a few weeks later, he ex
tnrcts to take a trip to the old
home in Kiiglaiul.
service preceding the conference.
Everybody cordially invited. Scrv
jccwlll begin at,7!3op. in.. Our
l'rosidliijr Klder Rev. Walton Skip
worth, having had to undergo nn
other surgical operation, will not
be able to be present.
the disease seemed to lmvc ad
vnnced beyond medical science,
even anti-toxin failing to bring re
lief. She was about "23 years of!
age and leaves n husband and little :
daughter. The latter, together1
with Mrs. Dostwick's sister, also
WK ALSO liAVE IN STOCK
LIME and CEMENT
OTHER NKW GOODS that you should cxaminc'arc
Tables of many kinds
Carpets and Rugs ,
Pillows. Quilts, and many otherttseful articles
I J. I. WEST, - - BEND, OR. S
M. J. Morrison, the well known ! ,ias diphtheria, but the physicians 1
locator from liend, arrived in our I Iavc ,,105c mscs wc" under control.
li. P. Hattcn returned last Mon-
having anyone else thereto contest filny from Portland accompanied by
Dr. U. C. Coe uml J., K. Sawhill
left Wednesday morning for Port
Jniidud will bj gone n week. Dr.
Coe exMcts to be back next
' Have you notktJ tho display of
Lulle' huts in the window Of the
Merrill Company? They have just
kotten in some pretty crwitions for
fall and winter.
' You should sc thaw handsome
imparled JaNiuewe and imported
I glass urns and vases at the Corner
Drugstore. They are the hand
souiiMt over shown hi Item!.
' Nick Welder has Uan paid hit
iusutHiict in full J500 -by the
London & I.uea41iire cotutMtiy to
cover the luu 011 his household
tjoods canted by the flic last sum
mr. C. A. Chapman, lithe! Chapman
bud Mrs. Carl Chapman of lknd
were in our city last I'ridsy en
route to the pine for claims. We
acknowledge a very pltataut cull
Irom Mr. ChajHtian. Silver Lake
' The Sealtlu Daily Newt, the
Jwimji of whk.li J.olfeh Hrucfeart,
who recently rktlott lleud mid wrote
up this section, was city editor, has
Mtspcndvd publication for lack of
lutuls and has been placed 11 the
hamU of 11 receiver.
I have just fcoently opetibd a
shop in the old Sheldon stand
and am prepares! to do all
Horse Shoeing, Wagon and Plow
Work nnd CJcuernl ISIidkstnltltlrtjSr
Kvory piece 0 work that leaves
the shop is guaranteed to be
Vf T IZfl1lr.lt fl ul.Mr rif t.ftll unl.
Mrs. Hattcn, who has Irccii there
luce last spring taking treatment.
White Mrs. Jlutten is somewhat
improved in health she is yet a long
ways from being well.
Mrs. Nelson, who ha been visit
lug her parents during the summer,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnt Auiic. loft
Tuesday for her home in Michigan.
She was accompanied by Miss Iuga
Olson, who left for North Dakota
for on indefinite visit.
The officials ,nl The Dalle land
office must be Rtttlug caught up
with thair work. On Sept. .
Henry Hedges niadc commutation
(iroof 011 his homestead and last
Saturdar he. rcorted that he had
already received his receipt.
Ptoreucc, tlic little one-yeapold
daughter of Mr. and Mr. Oliver
Johnson, died iast Woduetday from
ait attack of summer complaint.
Funeral services were held yester
day afternoon at 1 o'cock at the
home. Rev. Short officiating. In
terment wai made iu the lleud
It. C. Kills, who left recently
lor the home of hia parents iu Illi
nois 011 account of the serious ill
tittMJofhi aged mother, did not
reach there until .after her death.
1c writes to Mrs. Kills that he will
not he home until the middle of the
moji th, iu time to hear the final
proofs set for that time.
A. C. Luens has added n marked
improvement (0 The i'ilot llttttc
(up by installing a complete new
system of gas lights throughout the
hotel. The (as is conducted to the
burners through a small hollow
wire, and the light is a very brilliant
one. A mrgc bin tier ou the .parch
IMlits up that end of Wall St. to
The first quarterly conference of
the M. H. church will be' Held next
Tuetday evening, Oct. S, Kcv. Mr.
Anderson of Arlington officiating.
I Rev, Anderson will hold preaching J
city Sunday, and left Monday
morning for the mountains with
ihe folltnvltif hnm uii.t-vm- W
M. Kcctie and wife, A. 0. Walker
and w'ifc, W. II. Wilson, L. Tilly,
Mrs. K. I). Wilson, Mr. Allen, 6.
Plieny, and II. Rogue, of Rend; C.
W. Reynolds and Miss Reynolds
of Powell liuttes; linima Painter,
Washington: A. L. Poore, Rosland;
Malctt, Priucvillc; I.es Duncan
of this place. Silver Lake Leader.
Receiver Is Appointed,
Judge W. S. Rradshav.-, after
hearing the arguments iu the in
junction proccdiugs brought against
the R. M. company, issued an or
der dissolving the Injunction, but
appointed a receiver as .prayed for
by the Central Oregon Ranking cc
A large majority of the creditors
of the company asked that U. L. Sa
bin of Portland be appointed re
ceiver, and the court complied with
ttic request. Mr. Sibin, who has
been representing the company's
creditors as trustee, was duly ap
pointed receiver and was required
to furnish a bond of $15,000. Ik
was ordered by the court to imme
diately file an Inventory of the
Mr. Sabin writes to O. S. Crock
er, the local manager, ns follows:
"Judge llrndsbaw reached the
conclusion that a receiver should be
appointed nnd he has now made nn
order dissolving the injunction and
appointing me tcccivcr nnd directs
that I forthwith file an inventory
of all the assets ofsaidllcud Mercan
tile Company coming into my posses
sion. It is further ordered that I
continue to dispose of the pAsets of
said Mercantile Company in such
manner as will be for the b.t in
terests 0)' all parties concerned and
forsa speedy closing of the trust, un
til further orders of the court. I
understand this to menu that wc
can proceed with sales."
1 he store reopened for business
Diphtheria nt PrineVllle.
Mrs. John. Rostwick died Mon
day morning-in 'this city after n
week of suffering from diphtheria.
All the patients were living In the
same house, which is under rigid,
Kills I. arte Cougar.
George Thompson, who lives on
the old McCarty ranch, killed n
large cougar a few days ago, with
in n quarter of a mile of the house.
Mrs. Cook of Rosland, when near
the ranch heard the animal growl
ing, and she informed Mr. Thomp
son, who went out and shot the au
imal. The cougar had just killed
n horse, and was making a meal of
him. Silver Lake Leader.
New Line of...
Some of the Things We Haye in Stock
Teas & Coffees
FRIOES RIGHT AT
...Sk C. CaldwelPs,
Ceiitral .Cjregbh Realty Company 1
a. l; hunter
Ih MuttiK IluiMing ou Oregon Street.
mf ' ' ' Dl
JVhcii You Pcitiit
buildings, Inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results at the
luast expense you
" color caYds "
(SucccMor to C. D. Drown & Co.)
BEND, - OREGON
DBAUJRS IN ALL KINDS OP .
Central Oregon, Real Estate
Tiniber and Desert Lands a Specialty
f We buy or sell your land no matter where situated.
We can sup-
ply you with any class of land at any time. CaR oa us or write tor 1
... . I
E. A. SATHER
A l?till I ! t TcAf.KM r..
Kverythlng was done that could be I Goods and Hardware nlunk o.
done to Alleviate her sufferings, but ' linnd.
HUOH O'KANB, Prop.
.MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED' HOTEL IK IJEND.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved' for Transient Trade.
Officials Must iVcparo goffers.
The commissioner pf the General
Laud Office has" issued an order
which requires the registers and re
ceivers of all United States land
offices to prepare all applications to
maicc entries and tilings on public
lauds when they ore requested to
do so by the applicants.
This order will jusu're greater;
accuracy in papers pf this kind, and
"be a saving to the applicants who
have heretofore been required t
have their; applications prepared
their own expense.
Lassooed Black Dear.
. While riding recently, near the
old Currier trail, on the Summer
Lake.rim, Cha?. Word, a ZX va
quero, lassooed a black bear. Ward
was, unable to secure a turn of his
rope in time, and the bear escaped
taking with it the riata. SilvU
-'J ; W r TJ
Re-dpehs to-day for a $HORT T2ME. Every article in the store at cost. Anticipate your needs
4 for the coming: winter.
...0,, S. tiRdCKER., Agent for Receiver.