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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1903)
The Beftd Bulletin Mvin8SOfu,c,oriousbinl
rtnlcrrd March 16, iwj.
nt sccond-d matter.
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Advertise ht to dMHge the odvta
t limit hate may In Ml later than TtttayaaoM
HitHlic Ik In which ctsaitce to desired
JUNE 19, 1903
The dreadful disnstar nt Heppucr
seems to have been unnvoid
nWe by any human agency or fore
sight, unless it may be said Unit the
site of the town was not wisely se
lected. Hut towns like Hcppner,
like our social system, are of gradu
al growth, not the product of n de
liberate plan. Like most such
things it had it weak points, one
of which was that it was so situated
as to bo at the mercy of a mountain
torrent. Many towns are no better
located. That such a catastrophe
should overwhelm the place was
not to be expected. Like all con
vulsions of nature, when it came it
held sway, and left in its track the
rum of a city and hundreds ot
corpses to tell of whole families
blotted out in an hour. It was
merciful in that it did its worst
work quickly, but there is misery
enough to call for substantial efforts
of relief from the more fortunate
Joseph Chamberlain has lived up
to his reputation for "driving to the
brink and then turning his team
skillfully around and driving back
safely." There is little more to be
said about the matter, except that
Premier Balfour hns won lasting re
nown as a statesman of the highest
order simply by keeping quiet at
the right moment, and that the per
plexing problems of a protective
tariff for" Great Britain have been
unceremoniously bundled into the
background of British politics for a
long term of years. England is as
devoted to "no change" in her fis
cal adjustments as the United States
is to hers, though each differs rad
icallj' from the other. Both are
prospering under their respective
schedules and "changes" are as
dangerous as they are altogether
unnecessary. England has found
this out in time; the United States
To those who attended the an
nual school meeting Monday after
noon comment on the proceedings
is superiluous and useless. Those
who shirked their duty will refuse
to see any lesson in it. But to
sober minded citizens the matter
has a serious aspect that neither
cheap impertinence nor studied aui
mostly can hide. The sacrifice of
the school is too great a price for
factional advantage. We wonder
if any sane person is proud of Mon
Sudden Death of Mrs. Donkcl,
Idu M., wife of S. I. Donkel,
died suddenly alxmt 2 o'clock Tues
day morning. Her heart was wank
and a regurgitation from the stom
ach while she wn&asleop filled the
trachea and caused suffocation.
Mr. Donkel was awakened by a
sound like snoring. He at once
perceived that something was
wrong with his wire ami tried to
ratine her. This attempt was un
successful and he hastened to light
a lamp, but all was over in a few
minutes and the patient, who had
apparently not wakened at nil,
slept the sleep of death. Dr. lid-
was hastily summoned, but there
was no use for his services.
Mrs. Donkel was Itom in Ohio
54 years ago uud there she married
Mr. Donkel. They moved west-
want to DesMohu. Iowa, where
they resided a number of years, and
lS years ago came west to Oregon.
Until about throe years ago they
lived in the Nehaleut valley, in
Columbia county. Then they came
to Crook county. They lived in
various jmrte of this county, com
ing to Bend from Lava within
the past year. Mr. Donkel
and five children survive the
wife and mother. The eldest child
is Isaac, who, with the youngest
three Ivn, Cleveland and Hlixa
beth made his home with the fam
ily just north of Bend. The second
son, Wallace, lives with his family
The funeral took place Wednes
day afternoon from the sclioolltottsc,
the Rev. O. W. Tripktt, of Prine
villc. officiating. Interment was in
the Bend cemetery, this being the
first grave there.
Mr. Donkel and the children ex
press the warmest gratitude for the
services and ministrations of neigh
bors and friends in the time of their
- Timber l.w1. Art June J. it
NOTICU POR PUBLICATION.
U. H. Uil off, Tlt Itollrn, Oregon.
gj ? 'rv
l All IIIC
Vol If t. hAv rtrt-ll that lit felMtlttifil
Uie prWbhmtof it"- Art ef Ostium ef Jiinr j,
sH tntltltd. "An art for thfaf limtaf tainls
III MC states brvalinKiiia. wrrawiu ni
W.aMiif.,..,. f.4l.,rv." a AklPHUMI
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MlewtnKiiintt.l prisons hr filed In this oftlec
their sworn, statrairiiis. la-wll-HmH
of Hcnd, county of i rook, title of Oregon: wn
suttmtnt Jfn im. Wd IHfC 15. iu, lr the jMt
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Z. R MOODY,
General Commission Forwarding Merchant
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ClM'tnt J. Cottor
at Mflkl. Mini, a 1 nati.. iitotr at OrtMHi:
Mtut ! fjJ7. tua IXc o. vim. Mr lltr Hr-
BaMrint HH mv nx hwk
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SuimI A ZiMMMfHMtl
f M l-oul, otTnlr of Hm9r, Mlc of MlMlie-
uto: irtHBtnfpl Mo 13m, Mai Jmi J.
to thr OHfChoM ut ih lt K aMl M i
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f HomUveiintref CtooV, Mai oTOnfen; vm
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efcaacofthe JT V
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4 IbW koaaCaloMa
ofCUnMx. MMHty uf rulk. Utt f MlMHOMlai
it i0. AMI lit I, MM, far
m j$ 4
Thtl Ihtf vrKI ot w ouf I nt
uoht m KHtr vaiaa'ii' fur K
ban for airkvltutsl imrvi, i
Postmaster Summers of Prine
ville has given it out that more mail
goes through his hands for Bend
now than was received for Princ
ville when he took charge of that
office six years ago. This is highly
gratifying to the citizens of Bend,
whp have for some time had visions
of a daily mail service on route
No. 73401, between Prineville and
Silver Lake. With two or three
pouches and a tie sack or two com
ing in on every stage, the daily run
cannot be withheld from us much
Pive hundred rabbits and one
coyote met death in the Hay Creek
neighborhood during the hailstorm
onday afternoon. The rabbits
were killed outright by the hail
stones and the coyote was knocked
down by them. A sheepman there
seeing the animal's predicament,
held a saddle over his head to keep
from getting killed himself, and
went out and clubbed the coyote to
death. In such wise do all the ele
ments conspire to do good to this
A veritable cloudburst visited
Bend on Monday afternoon. Rain
came down in drops, strings and
sheets for about twenty minutes,
with an occasional flurry of hail
stones of the size and hardness of
marbles. Roads ordinarily dry be
came invisible in a moment, and in
their place were thick yellow tor
rents of rushing water, which dis
colored to a dirty brown the clear
ness of the Deschutes. A glance at
the rain gauge showed that 1.4-200
inches of precipitation had fallen in
twenty minutes. Little or no dam
age was done beyond loosening the
wall paper in some residences; at
least none hns been heard of. As
the river was perfectly clear above
1 Bend we infer that the storm was
purely local, or at least its violence
was spent at this place and to the
north. From the appearance of the
country beyond the Tumello Sun
day, however, there must havebecu
n similar storm there Saturdny,
wheu Bend had a very mild show
er. The week has been a notably
wet and thundery one.
In reply to the question,
"who pays the expenses of the
president's junketing trip?" Wil
liam Allen White says: "It is a
stocky built man with a ratty mus
tache, a font of double pica teeth,
and a jaw set with a Yale timelock;
man rather below medium height,
inclined to oe pussy, witn a voice
that needs a compositor a man
named Roosevelt T. Roosevelt, to
lw accurate. He is the first nresi
dent of the United States, in recent
years, who has refused all cour
testes trom uie railroads and pays
uis way, aim by tnc same token lie
is the first president in recent years
whom the railroads arc going to
wont taiBWMtKii iu. AMI lit it, UK,
In parcfe of Ik, ar t, prK oml ( ) h6
tiwH MwifiMrt- ip mi. r nt. w m.
UBHHir ar tor
than for irkilluiJ (mrj.M, ami t mIaMMi
taclr eUiou ttwM Uil Ufur J M. Iimim,
V s CowuirUtoiwt i IKMliataa, Orvaaii, hi
Saturday, the Mh tlajr M AufUH. wa
riH-jrtwmtM wiia - Pthi. Wt, fttm
Atrial. John meat, Xt I Wot. Jam lluutvr,
t N Ituinar, Mm ni'w C I' llrt-WtlHHM. II
audi, 0hrn-j-. II KImH. Clwllo Cwllar,
;Of x IUt. Ibw.s.Imhi ami CSCaMt l.fcMii,
ad oTHraS, 0oauo
Any hJ all tut in, claiming a4rrly Ihr
abort lrll4 Uooi it,itaIrl la Olt tltrlr
(taiOH tfl thU alta aa nt bWato llw mM Mh ttar
of AhHI, IM.
t-M7 MICJIAr t. T MOtAN, Kifl.l.
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS WAIlliHOUSIi.
Prompt attention paid to Uio.e who favor me with their pntnnmge.
ShanikoPrineviile Stage Line
o. m coK.Nimr, MA.VAUUR.
Leave Slinniko 6 p. in
" Prineville 1 p
Arrhv PrlntA'ltle 6 a. m.
in. " Shaulko 1 n. m.
Firs(-Class Accommodations for (lie Traveling Public
PASSENGER AND IKlilGHT RATliS RESONAllLI!.
SAUTII & CLEEK'S
TiiaUf Laod Act Jtt i, IOJO.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
U. K. LonJ iW. Tht Dottt, Ortn.
lay it, ift
Ultn UhMttor tiim ihM In wiiaolloooi Ht)
lb orMiH arlb A tl Cuajrioov of Juc i.
i7, ttrtMoH, "An Mt tar aaltof UttWIawH
a Ihc HataarOarUBia, Uftawn. NttaiU. aM
Waaktactoa Tortftmy a talnw4 lit an tKr
MtMtc Uml statu by Art of Aacoo 4. . thr
itloHtuc-Mmr4 ttH hat i4l hi tltU t
Ihtir worn ttattMtMa, lo-wtt
of The lialtca, raustr o( w twi, Matr of Onaam
wona kUltmtnt No iv nl4 Nov m. tm, lor
b rlHifcrihc ', mc MaaJ njt tK
awt nH X r y, tp r r M t. w m.
f fHnrrrHc. county o i iik, mtr of Orrcon;
wura tutrremt N iM Mnl Hat . mjmi, for lot
Hrcbac of the w n arc 4 mi cm Wr S
tp 17 a, r mc, w iti.
Jrur K WttkhM
of frinrTflle, county of I nak. ttr of Otrrafli
warn tutmicnt Ka itH. f.lrd Not m, mh, fr
the purcliorthr itS 'K iml nh n arc
tp i, r tor, w m.
I oh it a r.uitafian
of llcti.l.ronntyofCrutl. tlatrofOrtewt; twain
lUttmrni No iy4, nk4 Not 17, iyM, Ir the pur
enact of tbxy arc ip to , r M r, w tu.
Foiotnvt I'. Itarnrt
of rrinrrillc, cwmty f Cifevk, rtte of Orrfon
warn tuirtuml Xffvm. ftwt lire A, iiM, for
the purchac of tfir Q n 14, tp w . j 10 r, w m.
of iTlotrHIr, ruuty of CronL. rcatr of Otrcetii
wurn ktatcmrut No isf), fiW Irc M, VfH, tut
the tHiraharc of tk K H tp i.rwt.wm.
Jjatr K. Urtd
or ocivi, couoty of iruuic. Mate or nrrton. '
auumcal No lut. 6U4 Ike) 1. iom. 5r the
chaae of the ach! arc u, to w. r tot, w m
f Bend, county of t. rook, atalc of Orrjceu , worn
Utrawat He ntnl Oat ft. iy, for tht
cMteoftBtntH arc M,tpMt, r lor.
of Hmd.ceaaty of (.Kwk.atatc of Ofrxon. twerfi
aUtrtncat No ttft ftlr.1 tVc It, Kn. lot tht pur
choMoftht iwh art. u.lp mi. r Mt, w n.
Wholesale and Retail Liquor House
Finest Brands of Liquors nnd ClRnra.
Tw c oor South of lUhk.
PRINEVILLB-SILVER LAKE STAGE LINE.
DICK VANDBVUttT, Prop.
Carrying U. S. mail and passengers.
Leaves Prineville Mondays, Wednesdays and Prldayrt. Hrclght and
Passengers waybillctl for Bend, Lava, Kosland, and Silver Lake. Good
rigs, careful drivers.
C. I. WIN.VKK. Agent.
Sanford's Cash Store
CAKWIIH A Ilia 1.INH 01'
of Bciul, county of i tuul, Utc of orrson: worn
uttnttat No ijjj al-l Dec t. int, fir the pur
chax of the w ft arc J, tp 16 1, r v e, w in.
That they alii oIT.r proof to ho that the Urul
for It tlmttr or atuuc
and la rttaUlili
aoujhl b mere taltuli
than lot terteulturat tnimo
thrlrcUlmiaoaaldUiulUfWe J. M. Mwrtn,
V H. CommlMioarr at Drtchule, Oirjon, on
Friday, the Jtlt day of Auxiut. km.
They name at wltn. . Ioc SIMilih. of
tne iMiict, urrgon orte liocue and HTlllam
H.H.-UC, of Kara, iirrgou, John hliriiiore, Matcm
Lcl-age, John I Writ j N llunlrr, John Kl.UII.
John Wct. II M I'liiliim. Jowuh N-llunlrr.lolin
jikxu. Mean Wot H II itrotk ami J II Hard, of
iienc, iirrgou, and John W llarura, UTIIUin
Walklnt, Aarvo I Watklut, nolomoa lurnrt,
Hotomon Y lurnrt. of frinrrille, Oirton.
Attr and all iienona eUlmluir ailrcratlv thr
aliove dtaerilml taudt are ronurattil to file their
clalmi in thla oflke on or before the Mid 7th day
Let everybody come to Bend to
celebrate the Fourth. This nation
al holiday deserves attention and
Bend is branching out and will have
unusual facilities for accommodat
ing people and giving them a good
time. Therefore, patriots, come
and join us in showing How glad
we are that we live under the stars
aud stripes and breathe air fanned ff,''' "miciiaki, t,
Timber Laud. Act June 3. iSj.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
V. S. Land Office, The Dallre, Oregon,
June S, !
Notice It herehr tlvrn that Incotnt.lljince with
the provialont of the Act of Coiigren of Juuc j.
iB7, entitled, "An art for the aaleofllmlerlaniU
in the ttatctnf California, Orexon. Nrtada, and
WathinKton Territory," at eatendtd to ail the
puuur lanu iait iy ,a 01 AUfrutt 4, itut, the
foUowitte-uamvd pcraona hara on Not 17. i'.
fileU in tTilt office their wrn ttattmenla, to-wlt.
ofl'rquamloa', county or IlaraKa.ttate of Mlelil
lean; aworn ttatemrut No IJ07, for the purchaac
of the aX aei and nejf k!( tc a ond awtf w
arc I, tpjgt, r lie, w m.
of I'cqiumine, county of luraca, Hate of Michi
gan, ttrorn tUteuicnt No 1510, for tha. purchate
ofthewnwUaiidacX nwtf wc ij'and ue7
utU tec M, tp iu t, r 11 e. w m.
That they will oiTer lnoof to thow that lliclaud
aought it mote valuable for iti timber or atone
than for agricultural puriMMea, and to cwtabllth
their clalim to aald laud before J. M. Mwreuee,
V. b. CummiMioucr, at Ix-Kliulet. Oregon, on
Saturday, the ixl day of Augutt. iuu.
They name at witnettct Oliver Johntoii and
Arnt Aune, of I'c'iuamlng, Mieh, and Prank
(Ua., KUhard King and J N lluuttr, of Ptf
Any an4 all pertout ctalmlng adreraety the
aboveHirtcrlbcd lauda&re r,viiirkiM4 i niM tt.ir
cbiimt In thin office on or before the aald ni day
NOI.AN. Kegltttr. ,
jiitiiAi'.i. T. nui.Ar, Kegutrr.
Timber Latwl, Act June i, l7-
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
V. fl. Laud Office, The IMllrt. Oregon,
May 16, ij.
Notice It hereby glvrn that in coiupllaiice with
the piorltlont oftlic Act of CongrrM of June J,
i5f8. entitled, "Ac act for the aaleof tluibtrUndt
In the ttatet of California, Orrgon. Neralta. and
Washington Tetritory ' at ealended to all Ihe
public land ttatet by Act of Auguit 4, iB.;i,
Nilt John Kalter,
of Walker, county or tatt, tUte of Minnesota,
liaton Jan . i'i, filed In thlt office tilt tworn
ttateinent No lyj, for the purchase of Ihe awj
ne( , H irnji and nw aw tee 9, tit iti, r loe.
w m, and will ourr proof to show that Ihe laud
aought it more valuable for IU limber or atone
than for agricultural purpcart, and to citaMiah
hit daini to Mid laud before Al. K. Iliggt, U. H.
CoramlHkjucr. at I'linevlilc, Oregou, oil Tuct
day, the nth day of August, 1991.
lie namrt at witnrsM. M l.twgr. I.oolt Net.
sou. John hltcmurc, John JWkV.cn, of llend, Ore-ton.
Any aud all persons claiming adrertcly the
above-dtacriucd lands arc rtnutatcd to file their
cUlms iu this office oil or before the said illhday
inr-a7 lllCilAIU. T. WUK, Register.
CALL ON HIM. PRICKS RIGHT.
DOOTII & CORNCTT,
& Redby Feed Barn
Stock boarded by the day, week or months
Fine Teams and Rigs, and Reasonable Rates. "
First-class Facilities for IMidlihg Locators n'tttl Commercial Travelers,
Quick Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
Iud Office at The Iiallca, Orrgon,
..... 'y , 'vy.
Notice It herttiy given thai ihc folluwin;.
Iismed ttttltrt litre filed livtfce of Intention lo
make final proof on tlidr retiiectlvcelatmi before
J. J. hmith. County tlerk, at Triucvlllc, Oregon,
00 baturday, July 1 1 190J, vin
OKOKGIi I). TAVWli, of Sisters, Oregom
On homestead application No 7M, for Ihe
SHU sec 6. tp IS t, r 1 1 e, W 11.
II1INKV W. CAKUN,orplttcri,Oregoii
.?.?. .nowtetletul applleatUi No 7019, for Ihc
VilnatsMi Cfde Johnson, M MThoinae, John
Taylor. HenrV W I'a.ll.. S.,, l-.r'nru II Tnvl.r
all of blstert, Oregon.
Jrto JHOlIAl!!, T. NOLAN, KegUter.
Columbia Southern HoteL
SIIANIKO, 0UGC10N. ' u-( A
RATKS FROM ?i.5o UP PKR DAY.
Ilot and coKl water oh lolh floora. llatlis for thc.ua'c of gTlcagJ"
l?very luodern cyuvciiJe'iicc nt hand, , . i
The diniilg rodtrt, Vtlldef llie direct aupcrvhiqn of Mr, Kecncy, is it;
very model of tasteful, SrlotlesH elegance, and the ncrv.ee Is equal to nnS'
in the state, " ' ""
All stages arrivtj at add ltfavd the Golilnlbld Southern.
tl M KUUNPV, Proprrotoh,'t.