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DESCHUTES, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEM IÌER 11 ?, I!'!»:;.
P IN 'H E A D E D N O N 3 3 N S B .
of flames. The fire department
responded quickly to the
The Bulletin Editor Hue a Few Pipe !
and soon had two streams of water
plaving on the flames. It looked
For the benefit of our readers Tor a while that the other building
and also those of the Bend Bulle- surrounding the barn, and which
tin who have been mislead by tom- were only some forty feet distant,
fool stories in the latter paper icgar- would be fuel for the fire fiend, but
ding the breaking up and the re- by heroic efforts and well directed
organization of the band and its work of the department all such
new management, we print the fol- j danger was soon passed and the
lowing statements :
fire was confined to the barn alone,
Editor, T hf . E cho :
j Three horses were in the barn at
I desire to state in your paper the time of the fire and were burn-
that the widespread impression | e(J to death, together with a largo
which has become current through i __ _ ,
n m .•
i- amount of hay, two buggies, sever-
the romancing of the Bulletin edi-| .
tor, to the effect that the cause of ; al 8et of harneaB» ed dies and
the recent disruption i.i the band | mucb other like stuff. The loss to
was due to the alienation of the af ¡Mr. Dunham is from fifteen hun
fections of a Bend young lady, is dred to two thousand dollars.
entirely without foundation and
The water supply furnished by
would advise the Bulletin man to
be more discreet in printing items the Water Co. was all that could
he desired, and this together with
of news hereafter.
tho excellent work of every mem
H. \V. B roker .
ber of the fire Co. from Chief down,
T H E R E 'S N O U S E W O R R Y I N G
Maybe you missed our big opening. Well, don’t
let it worry you or prevent you from visiting our
store now. as we will have more surprises for you
than could ever he expected. Our stock consists of
everything needed in this vicinity and prices are
such as will meet with your approval ami make
you our steady customer.
A continuous opening
from now on to which you are cordially invited.
T H E B E N D M E R C A N T I L E CO.
A. H. GRANT, M akaokk
Editor T he E cho :
n h « , , , read
<.f the fer
ilie members ot the band de - 1 1 fire
to near n by f u adjoining
sire to say through your paper that
the article ot news appearing in 1
Bloodhounds for tlie Pen.
last week’s issue of The Bulletin,!
. . .
regarding the reorganization <*f the! The penitentiary authorities are ^
band under the guardianship of hiking precautions against a repo- ^
Schlecht, is untrue. Mr. Schiechr tition of the Tracy episode of last I
has never had any connection with year, and nothing is left undone to !
the band, neither has the reergan- prevent afl outbreak of that kind,
ization a name as yet. We believe
that The Bulletin would do well to, In order to he prepared to run
refrain from printing such senna- down any escapes li realtor, it has Jr-
tional stuff and wo hid advise that, been decidi:.! to.employ a couple of,.
the editor of that paper seek some bloodhounds, these animals to be i
reliable source of information he- owned by tlie prison authorities. ! ?>•
fore giving it out as news.
: and a pair of the best of these aiii- p*
mais lias been ordered from Ken- | e £,
T he P ublicity C ommittee .
From the above statements it is tuckey. Tiicy are expected lo ar- jj —
plainly s -t-i* that The Bulletin had rivo in a fe.v days and Supeiin- T
no source Whatever upon \>hich it tendent James will i -ci easier after KL
could base its fishv' reports. In this addition t ) his force readier i —
Haa a completo line of
goodtv at h i s neiT store.
A bAVO-thousaniL dollar
addition lias just Ties'll
received. Qualities riedit
and prices right.
W . H. S T A A T S , Prop.,
Deschutes, • - - OroTon.
answer to Mr. Lawrence’s questions him’ KxP^ienco teaches that.fc,
in regard to our connection with j e8caPes are *^s at prisons where, g .
the ban 1, he was told that no such , Woodliounda are kept for the m n -lj^
' * 1
connection existed. To one under- 1 ‘j 1
escapes, th a, «1
standing the situation, the story tll0; e i«titutions where these in-|________________ _______________________________________
that resulted, would suggest the 1 telligent animals are notin use,
and they are useful not only
dream of a hop eater.
j running (¡own
runaway convicts ❖
¡ but are a preventive as well.— ¡ y
T WOI I Y A M ’ K K O W N , 1 Ki l l ’s .
At the adjourned meeting of the j ^ dem Journal
*• The only first-class establishment of its kind in Western
Board of School Directors held at
W ill Run Tho PnnevUia Review.
the school house Thursday even-
ing, Patrick Rowan nas selected
A. JT. Kennedy, who has had1 £
Tl io f i n e s t b r a n d s c f w i n e s , l i q u o r s , be er s a nd
by Directors Cotter and Wiest to charge of tho mechanical depart-
c i g a r s c o n s t a n t l y on h a n d.
teach the Bend school for a term tnent of the Bend Bulletin for the fX
of nine months at 155.00 per past six months, severs his connec
Eastern people are especially invited to call at the I’ nfTet « l.en in tho city.
month. The selection is a good tion with that paper today and *
one and reflects credit on the j will leave Monday for Prineville.
Board. Mr. Rowan is a graduate Mr. Kennedy has leased the Prine
of the Beaver Dam, Wis., high ville Review from Wm. Holder ami
school and also of the University will take possession on the 15th.
A. C. L UCAS. «-—
of Wisconsin from which he gradu Mr. Holder’s plans for the future
ated in 1S94. He has done grade have not yet been definitely decid
and high school work with marked ed upon. In entering upon his
success, and Bend should congratu- newspaper career at the- county The Booth A Cornett and Vandevert stages stoy c its doors and livery
late herself on the wise selection of eeat, we bespeak for Mr. Kennedy,
rig3 can be had on short notice to d ri *»** to the limber,
her school board.
School will unbounded success and
open next Monday, Sept. 14th.
that through his conservative ideas,
_— ----- . — ----------- as we have known him, he will re-
M IN N E S O T A
I J U F F IC T
PILOT BUTTE INN
Accomodations fer travelers alw iys first-class
Fire at Prineville.
ceive a substantial patronage from
Yesterday evening at about 7 b rook county a citizens. That the
o’clock, the large barn of H. D. job department will hereafter be
A c c o m o d a t i o n s F i r s t - c l a s s in every r e s p e c t a t
H OTEL ST A A T S
Dunham, which stands near the second to none in the state is an i
This popular resort is under the special management and euper-
residence of C. M. Elkins, was dis assured fact.
; vision of Mrs. Win. Staats.
covered to be on fire.When first seen
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the entire building was offt? mass
D ESCHUTES, ORECON-