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WE WANT THE TRADE
Ocvcryonc nt Haul niul Hi vicinity, ami nrc willing to meet you all
more tliaii lmlf way to get it.
We kndw Hint after trading with tin once there will be no
iibout securing your HtiuHciiuent onlcr.
We will give your
The same (Mention and prompt shipment thnt we would were you pres
ent in erson.
1 We will ell you nothing but firnt-clnsi good at as low a pjJcc as it is
partible to make, quality being considered.
Scud us a trial order.
CLAIMS KSTIMATIID AND SOLD
KING, HUNTER. fc MARSH.
AND LAND LOCATORS.
Outstanding hchool wnrrnnti
iitiinlwrod from 19 to 22, inclusive,
nrc payable ukii presentation. In-
tcru.it ccaMW on and after this date.
Hand, Or., May 5, t903-
DONAI.I) V. Sriti'i'A,
Clerk Dlht. No. 12.
Local Events of the Week.
Alex Smith of Sisters was in our
battlement last week. He enme iiiiHnyMnck country, brought in on
to investigate the irrigation advan
tages of this section.
J. M. Lawrence hns lecn corn-
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missioned notary public for the the linest larms tu Crook county
htntc of Oregon, nnd is now ready can grow anything but Imnan
to do any ami all kinds, of notorial The product of his large gar
busluustf. dun and orchard will Ik: handled
The Deschutes LumuariiiK Co. ofi"B """" ",v "". ""
Lytic has alout completed its new
saw and planing mill. There is a
large force of men at work, and the
mill will he turning out lumber in
tin must about the totli of this
liob Meyer and Dill Armstrong,
of Prineville, came out to lend on
Saturday. Mr. Meyer was here a
couple of days and went buck to
the scat of war. Mr. Armstrong
has .secured work here and will re
main for a time.
ti. W. Awbury nud Twohy tk.
McKcown have boon granted li
cense by the county court to sell
spirituous, malt and vinous liquors
in quantities less than one gallon.
Their places of business arc in Des
chutes, and everything is now ready
for the trade.
Guy Reese, the young man who
was ill with the smallpox ut the
Caldwell ranch, about 37 miles
above here, died Inst lfriduy night.
As fat us is generally known, this
is the only case of smallpox and
the only death resulting from this
dread disease thnt has occurred in
the Deschutes vnllcy.
Miss Elizabeth McKcown, who
hns Ixjcn living at the Pilot Butte
Inn for several months, left for her
home in Portland on Monday morn
ing. Miss McKeown's health has
not Ihxmj good, but she had so far
improved that the long buggy trip
to Shaniko was considered safe for
her. Wo all trust that she may en
tirely recover her health and that
she will visit us again.
ELKINS 2b KING.
ESTIMATING A SPECIALTY
Miss Grncc Merrill of Crooked
river is a guest nt the Pilot Uuttc
Inn for a while.
Thcophile J. St. Michel nud
Mnximc Ijl'ngc were visitors this
week from up the river.
There will be 11 baseball meeting
in the schoolhousc tonight. Iiv
cryonc interested should come, us
business of imiortauce will be trait
A.J. Ruble of Gray Huttc, in the
Tuesday n fine load of fresh veg
etables of all descriptions for Dad
West's market. Mr. Ruble has one
Dad West, and we anticipate no
dearth of fruit or vegetable deli
cacies. Since Dr. Rosenberg's illncvs we
have to depend uou the Orcgouinu
for hiuallpox news of Priuevillc.
Monday's Orcgouiau reports two
more deaths in that plucc John
Claypool and a man named Ferec.
The Orcgouiau says reports from
Priuevillc ure so conflicting that it
is bard to txdicve anything that is
.sent in. It is now up to liro. Hol
der to issue the same delicately-
.scented request to the Orcgouiau
mat was imiiuou out to us some
time .since. lie would not be con
sistent if he did not grasp this op
portunity. Geo. Schlecht of newspajier fame
borrowed one of Dnd West's fourteen-year-old,
wurrunted not to kick,
buck, stumble, trot or gallop horses
on Monday morning and accom
panied Ovid Riley to Forrest's
ranch after u bunch of cattle. Mr.
Schlecht donned n hombrero, n pair
of "chaps," cinched himself with n
cartridge belt heavily loaded, and a
person upon seeing him off a horse
would have taken him for n wild,
untamed buckaroo, On the horse
it was ' different, Schlecht was
three days and n half making forty
miles, and now he is anointing him
self with cold cream and wears a
pair of soft, downy pillows beneath
his coattnils. Moral A newspaper
man is not usually a success in his
own line, and when he undertakes
anything outside of that something
is bound to drop.
Mrs. 1'railk I'orcat was up from
Crooked river yesterday, with a big
load of butter for Dad West.
Arthur Wclty, n Wisconsin man
who has been Maying at Priuevillc,
was a visitor to Ueud yesterday.
Win. Stoats of the Deschutes
store, postofficc and hostelry, made
the round trip to Prineville this
Michael Morrison nnd Win. Hig
bie, who have been up in the tim
ber for the past week or ten days,
nrc expected home in a few days.
When you ' are nt Shaniko, re
member the Pioneer Saloon is the
place to get fine liquors. The best
is none too good for you, and wc
dispense the very best.
Mrs. Johnson, wife of the'engin
ccr at the Pilot Butte sawmill, ar
rivell from Prineville yesterday, to
make her home with us. And "Mr.
Johnson wears a smile a yard wide
K. W. Awbury of the Deschutes
Tavern, after having been well vac
cinuted and fumigated, ventured
into Prineville this week. He re
ports the smallpox as well under
It was reported some days ago
from Silver Lake that a matt there
had a case of smallpox. Yesterday
the stage driver brought word that
the man had died, but that no other
cases had been reported.
Sherlock Holmes Stcffa left today
for the Tumcllo on the trail of a
bold, bad man Wanted here by the
authorities on a case of assault and
batter'. Mr. Steflii has a small ar
scnul concealed somewhere about
his person, and we anticipate no
dire results to Stcffa.
KIsewhcre will be found the pro
gram of the fourth weekly recital
of the Bend Philharmonic Club, to
come off tonight. Strenuous effort
was made to induce the appearance
of the Auhcuscr Quartet for thisoc
cosioti, but the gentlemen compris
ing the quartet have disappeared
up the creek, on timber business.
A ferry has been built in the city
of Lytic and is now inopcration just
below the P. B. D. Co.'s mill. It
is owned by the Lytic Navigation
Co., consisting of Mtsssrs. Richard
son, Brock and Stcffa. They will
guarantee an easy passage for $1.00
per head, and the passenger is re
quired to handle an oaf and bail
while en route.
During the past tc days several
prairie schooners loaded to the hubs
with household utensils and kids
have passed through Bend on their
way to Southwestern Oregon. Some
of the Great Central "hot air" mer
chants have induced these misguid
ed folk to seek for homes in the
Coos Bay country. Tljey are passing
up the best part of Oregon and arc
going tp a place where a mosquito
hns a hard time ekciug out n slen
Word reached us yesterduy of
the death of Miss Kate Helfrich in
Portland. It seems that 'Miss Hel
frich was exposed to smallpox con
tagion while at Prineville, and left
for Portland to escape it; bitt the
symptoms of smallpox showed up
a week ago. Unable to withstand
the onset of the disease, she quickly
succumbed to it, the sad news of
her death being brought tp us yes
terday, Her parents are living in
the Iloystnck country.
Wnnti weather appears to be a
little tardy about finding its way
up into this country this spring.
A good burst of hot weather would
do much towards killing off the
pesky smallpox germ so obnox
iously conspicuous nil over the
country just now. Whether the
pest would be obliterated by hot
weather or not is guess?work, of
course; but the experiment would,
determine the mntter to the satis
faction of every one once for all.
Billy Brock returned home yes
terday from a trip to the timlr.',
Geo. Schlecht and Ovid Riley
leave tomorrow for Tcthcrow'H
bridge, where they will round up a
bunch of horses.
J. M. Lawrence is' now ready to
do n neat job of painting for any
one who desires an artistic business
sign. He has a very fine sample of
his own handiwork iii front of his
A large force of men started to
work on Wednesday felling timber
for the P. B. D. Co.'s sawmill. It
is the intention to run the mill to
its full capacity preparatory to the
expected rush of homescckcrs in
this section this fall and summer.
The Reception Saloon, Shaniko,
offers the most tempting induce
ments to Umber locators going into
the woods. The very best brands
of whiskies, such as Cyrus Noble,
Old Pepper, Hunter Baltimore Rye
and other standard goods, always
to be had here. Call at the Recep
W. J. Shaw, the nightingale
from the Valley, will appear in
Bcnd'tonight for the first time at
the Pilot Butte Inn. Mr. Shaw's
favorite combination is his Ab ac
cordion accompanied by a Q sharp
music stand. He performs on bojh
tlicsc instruments with equal case
and wonderful technique, and also
uses his voice to an extent and
range which must be heard to be
Mr. Tucker of the Haystack set
tlement, accompanied by a neigh
bor, came through Bend yesterday,
on their way to the Meadows for a
load of hay. It seems to be a case
of carrying coals to Newcastle to
haul hay to the Haystack country;
but the festive, long-eared jackrab
bit played havoc with the bay crop
in that section, and the people there
feel lucky if they don t have to haul
hay more than seventy-five miles!
Among the people transacting
laud business in Bend in the last
week are: Robt. J. Curry, of
Crookstou, Minn.; Louis H. Lee
and Joe Hagluu, of West Superior,
Wis.; Christian Alcnius, of Super
ior, Wis.; Gamer R. Roberts and
Miss Martha B. Roberts, of Louisa,
Ky.; Ole Krickson, of Climax,
Minn.; Guilder J. Hattgcn, of Ros-
by, Minn.; and Mrs. Sarah R. Hun
ter and Miss Etta A. Hunter, of
Fourth Weekly Recital
AT Til HOME or Mil UAKY MILKY,
Friday Evening, May 8th.
Ml Ira Weil Mr. Don I". Kra
Mlw Marlon Wlttt Mr. A. II. Kennedy
Honorary. MR. W. JASHK SIAV
Violin So1o..........,.,...H$!hk Vrom the South
Vocal Solo -..The 8weetet Story Kvtr Told
Accordion Kolo..,..........Old Vollaat Home
OulUr Soto ..Schatool
J! In Klley
Vocal Solo.. ....Vorever and 1'or You
Violin Solo....... ....The Uruplug l"ouy
Violin Solo -... - The lloomcr
Vocal H"lo..Vlin the Leave. Come Drifting Down
Mandolin Soto WhUtllug Kufiu
Vocal Solo Jut llefurc the Ilatlle Mother
Violin Hold .frolic of the Kalrlea
riano 8olo,... ........I.a CoU dc Agua
Violin Solo ..Valic In A Major
Vocal Solo - An.wer
.Mandolin .a Yankee Doodle, ti Dixie
Violin Solo ,.......... ..Starlight
Accordion Solo,., ................ ..-.-.-Ktude In Ab
Mr. pnaw '
Violin Solo,.,.... M-lterta, Valte In J' Major
AccompauLta ML. Vlet.' Ml. Klley, Mr
Kcjiucdy awl Mr. Schlecht director.
Attorney anil , Will pruUlce In nil
Notary. court in the Ue. v
M. R. BIGGS,
,U. ft. Cummluontr.
I'KINJiVII.T.H . OKKCO.f.
lAtid filing and proof, of all kind.. Office tt
Ircrt leading- to ttmrUioti.
MEN 1 TEAMS
TO WORK OK THK
Steady work. Apply by
letter to C. F. Smith, fore
man, Deschutes, Or.; or per
sonally at the camp on the
By May 1st we will have a
full line of Trout Rods and Cane
Poles, Flies, Lines, Leaders, Spoon
Hooks, etc, which wc will dispose
of at Prineville prices. Reserve
your purchases until you examine
At the Bulletin office.
A. H. KENNEDY
C. E. McDowell.
Electric UgWs ThreBgheat tke
All White Help.
City Meat Market.
J. I. WKST. Prop.
MEATS OF ALL KINDS
. Butter, Eggs, Poultry,
Potatoes, Vegetables in Season.
Opposlto P. B. D. Co. 'a Store, BEND
Pilot BuLLe Irm
RENO'S FAMOUS HOSTELRY.
ovid kilbv. rsor.
Elegant Rooms, and Tables sup
plied with all the Delicacies of
Single Meals 50c.
Hay for team one, night- - $1.00
Grain for team one uight - .75