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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1911)
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds
Bend Steam Laundry
The Home Land Company
Real Estate and
Timber Lands, Irrigated
O. C. HENKLE
ON GOVERNAIENT LANDS.
I have located settlers on over Twen
ty Thousand Aeres in this vicinity
during the past nine months. I am
in a position to show you the best
The Dalles, Oregon
V re cordially Invited to m.kcTIIB llOTKL, DAM.KS your
twine place while waiting over lieHi-rii trninion your way to anil
from Portland. New. thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; llcam
limit, elevator; auites anil rooms with bath. l'jrt clot cafe. Kate
f I anil upward.
Ideal Stopping Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
PETER KUEHNLING, Manager.
Corner Bond and
Rates $2 and
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with the best that the town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bund, Okkron
' i " I have moved into
on Oregon Street between Wall and Bond
Everything new. A FIRST CLASS
BILLY'S PLACE flf, H. ADAIR BILLY'S PLACB
Wenandy Livery, Feed
J. It. WENANDY, I'rop.
All kinds of light and heavy Livery.
FEED FOR SALE. HORSES FOR SALE.
Bond Street Dtnd, Oregon.
Now is the time to order
your winter wood, for the cold
liikflits demand a large pile of
dry wood. Can be bought of
F. M. Carter at a reasonable
price, delivered at any time.
'. . J A t 1 ...lu
and Dry Farm Lands.
$2.50 a Day
my new building
Willi Paper at
N. P. VOIDER
Cheapest anil Ct,t Wall I'arei Sam.
plea in the omitv. (jet
MASTEN MILL BEOINS
'cw Machinery for Mill llelrtg Freight.
cd In from Metollu Mnchlnery
and Work Wilt Kuumr.
L Pink. March 111. 1011. The
dancr at the Mastcti mill xvas start
ed Wednesday by Chaw. Carinichncl.
John Masted in e.octcd in Metolhn
in the Mth with nil the now ma
'hinery for the mill, and Karnes
leeslcy loft tho mill Thursday tt
noot him there with a six horsi
team with which to briiiK in the out
Six freight outfits loaded with
Machinery for the IKwhutos Ijuu
"" . arrived in I m Fine Sunday after
noon. Sloshing is now a thing of tin
jjut up in this country. The road
ire pretty well lllled with water but
ire still fror.cn beneath the surface.
Mr. Mnssamore is hnulitur lumlx'i
from the mill to (La Pine for a new
Alfred Shultz is scndinK a fev
lays with Fred Huey at the Shrint r
lume on Hij? River.
M. F. Hawthorne has been out
ioiiiK some draining on the roads.
Mr. and Mrs. IUdKley and family
.vcre in Li Fine Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frolioo, Ronie and
diss Mary Howard vinitud Mr. and
drs. Howard at the mill hut week.
Frank Huloa has lieon sick recent
ly. Mr. Johnson brought in n load of
lour and grain for the saw mill last
George Hague was visiting Ivan
shultz Saturday and Sunday.
Grip is going the rounds of the
J. E. Morion's fine saddle horse
ran onto a snag the othur day and
Preparations are going on for the
:ommvncvmcnt of work on tho ditch
tt once. A wagon loaded with lul
ling starte for camp today.
J. 0. HotTruan started work on
Jie Crooked Hivor Hridge last week.
A new girl, the first born in I a
Pine, arrived in tho family of Mr.
ind Mrs. Harron tho past week.
Miss Mary Mead left for Redmond
last Friday evuning.
Mr. Johnson with George Parker
left for Motolius for the J. N. Mar
ten mill outfit.
Sam Glazier went out for a load
jf M)tatoos for tho Ditch Company.
George Graf t who has Von trap
ping up in the mountains came out
vith nearly $1100 worth of fur.
Frank Gilliand Is down after tho
.vinters trapping in tho mountains.
Try The Hulletin job printery.
)end Jyachine hop
All Kinds of Saw Mill and Farming
We Carry a Large Stock of
Auto Repairs and Supplies
Wall St., next
Attending Physicians U. C. COE, H. FERRELL
M. ELLEN KERSHAW, Siipcrintciidant.
Griioiiiitc of St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago.
MRS. A. M. LUTES, Assistant,
Graduate of Columbus (Ohio) Training School.
Terms: $10 to $25 a Week, Payable Weekly.
There is a Nurse on duty at nil times. No
extra charge made for night duty, unless in
extreme cases, when a special nurse is required
WHEN A1AN KNOCKS
Trapper Roberts Feet Are I'rnxei
Another 1'rnppcr Looses Wny In
Woods Wakrdrlil Soon Re
turns to Credent.
CiiKSfKNT, Oie.. March III. Geo
.lUttliol) returned Thursday froi
tho Walker Mountains where In
.vent to look for Frank II. Roberts.
i trapper who has a cabin on th
jig marsh 15 miles southeast o
own. Roberts left town some thro
weeks ago and was supiHHted tohav
boon back some time the next wool
;md when he did not show up rosi
lent of Crescent sent Gottlieb ou
to find him. Gottlieb found him n I
ight and in good health but on th
trip out lie had froxon his foot am
Is unable to t rax el as yet. On hs
vvay In Gottlieb discovered a holh xv
tree and after H)imdiiig mi It wit.
his axe ho woko up a black iea
A'hich startetl out of the don. Who
to got about half way out (Jottlie
itopiKil him with a bullet. Ho lei
aim and came into town and lot
Friday with two other fellows t
et the boar. This Is the first Ihs
that hits been killed in the vicinit.
of Crescent this year.
('. L. Horry who has boon trn
ping at Fish Ijtke this winter nrrix
nl in town the other day after i
very hard trip. Horry came frot
Fish Ijiko to the springs live mile
4outh of hero tho II rat day iiu
camKd. Getting cold during th
night he decided to como into tow
but lost his bearings in the dnrknow
and after traveling nil night fout i
himself back where ho had startu
whore ho waite I for daylight hefon
venturing out again. Ho arrivtx
in Crescent tho next day. tired ou
and nearly starved as ho had noth
ing to oat for two days. Horcixirt
about ten foot of snow at the lake
At the regular meeting of tin
Commercial Club held March 7th.
the matter of handling the liquor
proposition xvas taken up and dis
cussed. The tnoinlwrs decided to
thoroughly investigate the applicant;
past record before signing any more
petitions for licenses. This will 1m
done for the purine of keeping out
"joints" and to try and have noth
ing but first claw miliums in tie
L. F. Wakefield, manager of tin
the Central Oregon Improxement
Co., which owns the toxviiHitos of
Cruhcunt, Corral Springs anil Wake
field isoxKctod in about tho fifteenth
of tho month. Hu cxocU to bring
several Seattle jicople with him.
G. E. LaFollultu. who has lcen in
Wisconsin for the last two months
Is expected to return about the mid
dle of tho month. Mr. Li Folio tie
xvritos that the more ho soon of the
Middle West country the bettor Cen
tral Oregon looks to him.
Mrs. C. F. F.rrington who has
been visiting here for the past two
weeks hits returned to her home
near Iji Pino.
to Opera Mouse
ROBERT B. QOULl)
Civil. Hniunkkk AND SUUVItVOK.
W. W. Faulkner, D. it. D.
II c n d. I) r c g o n
3. S. SANDBORU, M. I).,
II IC N II . M HON-
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
H'l'ICK UVKU I'IMST NATIONAL UK
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Vernon A. Forbes
CIH.1T NATIONAL IUNK tll.lM) .
A. B. STRONG
nnd Wngon Work.
mid IIORSK SHOEING
arc my sicciullies.
Pastries, Rolls, etc.
13 Dread Ticket $1 00
3 Uread Ticket 2oc
MRS. NELLIE WRIGHT
Doors, Sashes, Paints, (J lavs, HuildciV
Hardware, Hoofing: KverytltiiiK you
need for your nexv I louse or new Store.
I have on hand a jootl .stoek of
Diamond Hill Whiskey
Brandies in Bulk
Blackberry Apricot and Peach
Many different Brands of
Straight and Bonded Whis
kies in case lots. In fact
ALL KINDS of BAR GOODS
J. R. WILLIAMS
Hond and Oregon Streets.
llorscsliocliig it Specialty
Corner Hond anil Oregon Sin1
F. H. MAY
CIVIL EN O I N E K Jtt
II e ii d , O t e L' on.
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT IJAW
ll'I'ICK IN I'IMHT NATIONAL HANK III.IM1.
IIIINI). OHIUION '
unn ilia I
llurllcullural lire Relief o Oregon
(.Mt'Tl'AI. ) I,
Home ii Hire. Sulcui. Ore.
Let me explain,
v II. SNVDER Agent. llcml.Orc
F. O. MINOR
I.IFK FIKK ACCIIIKNT
I N S l K A N C E
uUty I'ulillr i"l Cmiriirliii( XII
l.rgdl I'rfptuCimrcllv llianii.
Crook County Abstract Co.
AIISTUACTS til' 1ITI.K
in all Utiil int tow it loUiiiCwuk uuni.
II F. Wyi.uk, Secy.
I'riiivxille. Oifjjoii. ,
AV photoKtuph the tccotiU. i
HEN I) LODGE No. ijo
A. !;. & A. M.
Meets ou Thumday on or
Ik.-Ioic the (nil moon of tii It
iiniiitli. N'mHIih; btotlicii j
o kliii.iii a m moriiLO w m
Meals Served from
a. in. to H p. m.
lcave oruers hi t. ju. uiu p.
F. M. CARTER
i Jlend, Oregon,
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