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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1903)
WE WANT THE TRADE
Of cvciyonent Bond mid its vicinity, nml arc willing lo muct you nil
more (linn liulf way to get It.
Wc know that after trading with im once tliure will lc no rouble
ii bout securing your subsuipiuitt orders,
Wu will give your
The name attuiitlou anil prompt nlilpmuiit that we would were you pros
out in ixirsou,
Wc will sell you nothing but flrst-oluss goods iiUih low a price as It Is
xwtlblu to make, iiiallty bulug considered.
Scud tm a trial order.
THE BEND BULLETIN.
BOTH PAPERS $2.00 PKR year:
City Meat Marfcet.
J. I. WI(T. Itt
MEATS OF ALL KINDS
Mutter, nggs, Poultry,
Potatoes, Vegetables in Season.
Nearly opposite Pilot Uutte lnn
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All kinds of wagon work done.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
Shop Opposite Sclioolltotuc.
J. Al. LAWRENCE,
U. H. COMMIMIONMK.
Nolnry Public, Insurance, Townnlilp
Plats for Upper Dcudiulc Valley.
II, IMIItLICNAf M I). ClMH. H. HHWAMI.hM. II.
Drs. Belknap & Edwards,
NIYSICIANS AND SUKGIiONS.
PRINHVII.l.11 - - ORIMION.
ufflecal Kerf Wlnnck' Drug Store.
Will practice In nil
COtlll III IIIC lIC
M. R. BIGGS,
' l.aml nilnii ami miMihuf all klnila. OlTire on
alrtcl Irailliiu tomiittliome.
Tnlloy Lino Up the Doschutes.
J. II. Shearer, the pioneer road
builder of Wasco county and own
er of the Deschutes toll road, has a
project for an electric railway sys
tem from The Dalles into the in
terior counties. Mr, Shearer's pro
posed route starts at The Dalles,
then up l'iftceumilc creek to
Dufur, then to Kiugsley and Tygh
Valley, then up the Deschutes to
the mouth of Bake Oven and to
Antelope. I'rom Antelope one
branch will fco towards Prineville,
passing through the Trout creek
mining district, and another branch
tin the John Day valley into tliel
Stock and mining districts of Grant
county. Mr, Shearer says tliut the
route is feasible, aud that he has
ELKINS 8b KING.
sufficient Kiwcr on hi own projxir
ty on Deschutes to supply the elec
tricity, lie is now in communion
tiou with Knstcru capita lists who
have money to invest In n railroad
project. Autetope Herald.
Work on the Plume.
Wcduasduy was the record day
for progress on the irrigation flume
of the I'ilot Uutte Development
Com tuny. In the forenoon only
five bents were set, which was not
very great. Hut in the afternoon
30 bents wqre set, covering n htrctch
of 388 feet. making 338 feet for the
day. The difference in the amount
accomplished was en lined by the dif
ference in character of the ground.
When the men can work to advan
tage the flume rock ahead fust
enough, but it is slow work where
everything has to be done "by
main strength and awkwardness."
Half the flume will be completed
this week. .
A lot of plows and scrnjcrs for
the ditch work arc now on the rond
between Prineville and Bend. When
they get here there will be
times along the ditch line.
Stride and LI very Sold.
Booth & Cornett, the Prineville
and Bend liverymen and proprietors
of the daily stage between Prineville
and Bend, have sold out to h. K.
Alliughaiu, who will take possession
of the property next Tuesday,
December t. This transfer does
not take the stage line between
Prineville and Slmniko, which be
longs to G. M. Coruett and is not
partnership property. It is an
nounced that the sale will make no
difference with the Bend end of the
business, A. C. Lucas will con
tinue to manage the livery business
here and the stage will continue on
the daily schedule. Jt is said that
Mr. Booth is likely to engage in
business west of the mountains.
Chance to Snvo lixpcnso.
All persons who owe me for meat
and market produce purchased the
past summer are hereby notified
that all such accounts not settled
by December I, 1903, will be put
lu n lawyer's hands for collection.
I am not now in business in Bend
nml have waited more than n reu
suitable time for payment of these
uccounts and now I must take steps
to protect myself,
E. M, Mn.uuu
NEW FURNITUKR STORIJ.
Trlplctt & Ilrokor Already Have
HulliHnjc Well Under Way.
Creed M. Triplott and Harry W.
Broker have entered into a partner
Mhip under the firm style of Tnplett
& Droker and will engage in the
furniture business at Bend. A lot
ban been obtained next south of
tliu corner where Dr. Itdwnrd was
to build, and the building was
started Tuesday morning. It is to
be a frame structure 30x30 feet on
the ground and two stories high.
It will Ihj ready to occupy 4W011 alter
the firnt of December and a full
stock of furniture will bo" put m at
Creed Triplett is familiar with
the business of Ainilittrt tnnuu
facttirc and Harry Broker knows
how to sell goods right, both
young men ate well known, they
have good business sense and are
reliable mid they arc surer to build
up a large trade. 1'eople coming
to this country must have furniture
and a rcsjousible house in that
branch of trade it. bound to do well.
ANOTIII1R VIUW 01' TIIIJ SCRAP.
Justice llrock Presents Ills Family
In a Ullfcrent Lljclit.
The following statement from
Charles llrock, the Justice before
whom the notorious organ cue was
tried tout week, was sent to The
Bulletin today and is printed with
Ktwi Im thu cummwnUy bahc ata aad Hnt
nittHii(ii la I filled up HHh x(H V
h4Hm here frfch ap aajtMwi MHl ewy
M( they can ktir Rati imiMMi M wtttwal .
IhMUHg the Uulh of 0 trkWU fHy be told by
a Html cMihh, uklNg K for gratiM lu be
ttnlgkl ftctt. Awl )i wa be tK of Um
battd MWUnUH ek,lhtaliealwa.
halfaalumN muck, healed raw ever organ
Ah4 the way It Mm ileacrttMd awl lMtut4 out
wat Hat wry low. If w vrtU H4Mc hi UM
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y aiHl that bHUy Cwtlor. the actlit OMjaUc
cam mat ad riraaM4il inacc a4 tAmwItatc
ly lhrtHiiMw ubwUtvi to arr m Jm alwot
lmtilih W. II.Hruok wlw lit hUlhfunij4ha
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Ihty h jHjfd U tlw truth fiH aitMe Iti Ut
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nactwd the alttci rkM fk.t ma4 a rry tf
ftUMir rvMatk wlitch t wilt not iuttt bf
IMntucM ratpm lo M wtfc awl ckUdrai, bat It
rrctl vry ttivnglr Hmh Ihr J Matter whs had
lrtd the ctM. The fOiti ttflkc Ja-Mlar baartai;
IM tHMIk UtHl kMItH( It W WWHt fef klUl
la har, iHtwrdUtrly iMulnt by yit aaa.l
aa My iwIMme uUmi the Juttlet, au4 at tht
Him Uwc atwkluc UU t)iiVr at I.. V. Wkrt
WhTruxjn Wlt d Itatk imLIiic on at
tttMt tailrawaMal Oam hit wkH. 1, the
juttkc of the IHWet. atcixl out a4 dawawt
ol Ha ami atiiMt luHar4n Vkt aud
etdrr lirKk when h. II. Durtuuai st abb4 wt
ftm Uhlml anil, alrlklai: me at tbc aaaw time.
I ImmnlUWIy tuU him he Hmltr artct ami
eallcd W. II. llrvck. toariel hiut amlretralht.
way made Tur W. II. llrock, ttrlkliiii violently
ami Anally eiii hit alttinH la Injure tliu act
liiKaMvrwfc without tetult he amhtml him
by the Ik tlitMu him iIumii, while hU Wftli
erwataolktlnfby pulling ami graUnni; other
whu were trying lu ault In the arrt by my re
i)ut. Cwttar, one of the oXw, fimlty autcartl.
tl with the htli of wiac one whoe name I ileu't
muw 111 iiuunni; ixHruHve naum ami w
marhnluptalraaii4Hit umler uuc thouumJ
ina to a,par for out f.r a.uitiii.'
kw uuicer ana rowum antn. imiiihj the
melee aeme otic atruek I,. Ik Wltit lu the free,
lmulry m f.r f.ll. lu tereat the irHi who ill J
II, but dU elder llrtKk tie ttf Il wcek'a iaer
aaya he (lid ami Wit waauulled with a daailty
wckiu. If he tilt! iU it, i au oW miu'i tu
utarlni; tlitte aourc and ttu year a deadly
weapon? Wieit wu then e,ttct out of the
crowd and down the load tewant hit home by
W. II. llrock, acting ikic oAmr. lid llroek
rucHltoiml In Utt weeka iuoc Ma not at the
row at all until it was on. 1, the author ofthit
Uce,UalMmedaiidbluUetututt lo ornt
a IH column laUehood but m forved to at the
blunt of the feltehood In ll week' Uwc oIuii
very ttronnly toward me. The ttatemcu) t
made Ifjou natlcethat the ruling ofthe Jutllcc
(btiiiKinyMlQwercalfta) agalutt the deftm).
auta. I am proud to 4y the drfemkut liliuulf
came to me after the trial and aald he wa vity
well tatitfietl with the rulln, ofthe court aud he
thou. lit thul 1 had fullewed the Uw ttrlctly.
Ail'' the paper further aayt tlut I dcitltU the il.
fcmlaut cuunul which la utterly fle, aa I toll
them they could have countvl If tliey uutcU It,
but tbey 4id they did not know. I thereupon
told lilm to decide aa I wauttd to know o a to
act the trial, they did not know and 1 m.1 theUtal,
ActliiK ofneer llrock auyt the laxt time, he
liukva au arrett he will do It In a mure deter
mined maimer a hi. thought lurclbfurc he tad
to take Hie prltuuci without ttrikliie him,
What the programme wa muy I iufircd
from thl. Low' hull tcrvvU u a court room
uud the weather tielue bad Wleat mid Dorrauce
let their men come down to the trial but bctuir
unqualified could not act an juryuien.
Of course numberless partisan
statements lmve reached The
Bulletin. But the information it
relied uion csimc from eye witness
es who urc believed to be wholly
disinterested aud whose reputation
for veracity Is uiHiuastiotiod. In
the haste of tbc moment, however,
(the fracas occurred near the usual
prcwi time for The Bulletin) sonic
errors ctept In. It now appears
that the elder Brook's auuiult with
a knife ws more upon Dorrancc
than uHm Wiest and it is Dorrancc
who will prosecute him for the of
fense. The remark of Mr. Wieit,
which Justice Jlrock hesitates to
quote, is said to be: "Did you ever
hear such a charge to
It juryr or
a a alfcril Jt & m A la a A a laaa. jb fB.aAdfta.al.aa.l
wijiuit in unit uiievt, iitun un uutu
sides to the controversy huvc repre
sented to The Bulletin that there
was a geucral scrimmage before
any attempt was made by jatce
officers to stop it. Dorrauce does
not himself deny that he hit at any
thing that came at him in the
guise of hostility at that critical
lime, nut ne uys mat wiiuti peace
in the name of the law was com
manded he respected it. It is not
tor be exacted that bot.i sides will
agree as to statements of met; that
is why The Bulletin sought its
news from the most impartial
J. K. Brock was
visitor this week.
' Jucph Taggart is likely to en
gage in limine in Beml.
John lUder hrft today with a
party of tiinbermen forSilVtr I.ake.
Niek Smith has returned from
a three weeks' trip to The Dalle.
J. G. Dorrauce left Satunliv for
a visit of about two weens In Port
laud and Centralis, Washington. f
The county this week Iwruu
work on a $2500 bridge across
Crooked river at Prineville.
Betid Union Sunday School is
preparing a programme of festivities
for a Christmas tree at Grant's
Miss Marion Wicst gave a charm
ing dinner party Thanksgiving
evening, having as guests at her
home half a down of her young
Conn's Silver I,ske freight team
arrived in Bend tonight with a load j
from Slmniko. Christnau's toaui is
at Prineville loading flour fbr Sil
Mrs. A. M. Prake is expected
home the first of the coming week.
A. I. Goodwillie will probably re
turn with her. Mr. Drake may be
ab.se nt some time yet.
Joe and Harry Hunter went over
on tlie luiuello v otlne.su ay anil
got two yearling bucks, which they
found feeding about n mile below
the Columbia Southern headworks.
P. B. Gile, who spent most of
last Summer in Baud, has returned
from Prineville with as shingle njill
plant which he proposes to erect
near here. Its capacity is about
5000 shingles a day.
Ducks have been plentiful on the
river right in Bend the past week
mid citirxus have been compelled
to use extreme measures to repel
the bold things, But the flavor of
the birds is all right.
A dark red, natural mooly cow,
branded with italic "1J", under
slope in both ears, was taken up on
the 1 2U1 of November. Owner
can learn of her whereabouts by
calling ot addressing The bulletin
and paying for this notice.
A party of young people compos
ed of Misses Marion Wiest, IUta
Hunter, Ivu West, Iva Donkel,
and Messrs, Creed M. Triplett,
Harry W. Broker, Karl Reed
and Barney Lewis drove down to (
the Hilcy homestead Inst Suiidrty
afternoon. The bnud boys took
their horns along and bad plenty
of music and the Kilcys set fortit
' lots of good things to cat and there
was a pleasant time for all. The
rain that fell in the afternoon was,
somewhat wet, as the party found
on its way home,, but nobody paid
any attention to that.
A. II. Grant has introduced'
electric light in Bend a fact that
will go down in the history of the
town. The current is generated
by chemicals and the lamp is of
ei.,t,t Pntl,ltf tvnvi.r. nnrl It 5t rlnlfn.
a modern convenience.
A band of 15 Indians from Warnti
Springs spent most of last week in
camp on the wcat side of the Des
chutes just above the P. B. D. Co's
bridge. They left Wednesday for
the reservation. Thce Indians,
bad not found much profit in their
trip to the hop fields this' year,
they were not very successful at
hunting and their stock was run
down and hardly fit to carry the
Mr. aud Mrs. A. C. Lucas enter
tained tbc baud boys and then lady
friends with a social dance and
supper at the Pilot Butte Inn last
Saturday evening. A very pleasant
time' was had, notwithstanding the
fact that a. few of the boys had
failed to post up on the etiquette
for such occasions, which caused
more or less grievencc for some of
the young ladies and a few of
S. M. Daily and L. N. Kclsoy.
editors and proprietors of the Silver
Lake Central Orcgonian, were at
the Pilot Butte Inn Wednesday
night, on their way out. Mr. Kcl
sny recently took unto himself a
wife and his bride was here with
him. The .young couple will go
out to the railroad, and will prob
ably visit Portland, returning to
their Silver I.ake home in a- few
weeks. Mr. Bally will return next
week. " "
The recent rise in Crooked river
has delayed a good deal of freight
destined for Bend. There is no
bridge that will bear a loaded
freight wagon, except at Trail
where the grade is too steep for
loads, and when the stream is
swollen above a safe fording stage
the freighters have simply to wait,
and the people who want the freight
must do likewise. The stages
uiuuage to cross the bridge at
C. A. Stanburrough returned
yesterday froum visit of a month in
Portland. His stage ride in from
Sbauiko to Prineville was a record
breaker, occupying full 24 hours for
the 65 miles aud being filled with
hardships and dangers. The stage
driver was a new baud and lost the
road four times, once barely miss
ing pitching down a 100-foot prec
ipice Fog was so dense it was im
possible to track the boggy road.
But this side of Prineville every
thing was lovely.
The Thanksgiving ball at West's
hall last night was a highly enjoy
able affair. At an early hour a
goodly number had assembled and
before 10 o'clock the hall was filled
to its utmost. Music was furu
ishotl by Messrs. R. H. Caldwell,
Prank and George Taylor, and
some twenty couples or more en
gaged in tripping the light fantastic,
the waltz being the favorite for the
lovers of dancing. At midnight
supper was announced aud enough
to fill the dining hall of the Pilot
Butte Inn repaired to that favorite
hostelry, where they fouiul turkey
and plenty of good things to eat.
When supper was finished some
fifty odd persons had been served.
Returning to the hall, dancing con
tinued until 4 o'clock. It was a
clean - mannered, pleasant company
aud everything was enjoyable,
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