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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1905)
Remember Hint this office ducit
high-grade Job printing.
llu.tt alfalfa liny for mile, 17.50
11 toil A. AVHH, .it
Wallace Doukul mid family, of
Lava, this week moved to Pott
land. Miss Killu McRuyunlds deported
Monday to visit frlumlH and ichillvcs
T. Scott NIhIhjI, representing tiiu
Hlaku, McPnll Co., of Portland,
was in Rend Tucudny.
Fine barred I'lyinontli rock
roosters, full blooded, for sale at
jfto.jo well. C. I). Ai.i.kn. ,-jotf
PoKtitrngc for horse, 50 cents a
week, fi a month, ntmr Hund.
f II. W. MoKKii.r..
Olficu rooms for rent In the Pilot
Unite Development Co.'s office
building, apply at the compony'A
A social dntictt will Im given at
Roshtud this uvuiiittg, for tlie pur
pose ofwnrmiiiK up Frank liogtic's
James II. McCoy lint begun the
construction of a cottage iix2.
feot at Ueditjoud, for V. J. O'Con
nor, cashier of the I), I. & P. Co.
Would like to liny one California
fltate wagon lied. Mimt Ixr com
plute In every u-gpeet. Would like
it by Monday next.
Fkamciii & Oakkatt.
W. P. Vnudevert is now engaged
III bringing hit hoiuwhokl goods
'ftom I.mn to Ikntl, where the
family will rejd the coining
W. J. UurkUy is now ciiKHged
III the exprein business Iwtwcen
LnidUtw Mild SliNiiiko, mid covers
the route once a week. Ilewftsin
J fend over Sunday.
Mrs. II. A. Steele thin week
Imd Iter restaurant a ltd adjoining
HviiiK room moied and (Minted.
Bhe Iiak mImi lud u new counter
made for theWtMumnt.
Ml II. P. Went, of the Hijj
M endow. wm visiting in Bend
the first Mit of the week. During
her hImk-iicv her home wits repaper
od and (Minted by Ora Poindexter.
J. S. Smith, deputy sheriff, of
Mend, went to Prineville Saturday.
Mild there with other giwrdi. took
charge of x niimUr of men con
victed of crime by the circuit
oourt mid escorted them to the
Hiiiitutinry at Salem.
Hugh McOrror sm east of
Hand thi week with -ho sheep.
Sn route from the mountains to
AHttlopc. Tuesday he camped
out 011 the docit uiitl came to Bend
to get s itack of salt for the
shatp. He strapped the salt to his
pack mule ami mounting hl horse
started for amp. When a abort way
out of town the mule decklwl he
did not like his bwrden. so iKgnu
tHiekiiig. and kept it tip until he
had the sack of iult oil and well
trumped into the ground. Mc
Gneur relwiifd to town, in no
jtkuuiil frame of miud, for a new
Toilet Articles )
tf',-. ) Prescriptions Cnrcfuily
. , Compounded I
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Wu carry in 8toek every-
m ( thliiK usually handled by a
- firf)t'class driit;store iaclmliuy;
m Stationery, School Supplies, )
Ea 7 lions. Confectionery. Ciuars S
I ) and Smokets' Supplies, and n C
a Hinu Lille ot waicuus auu
m l jewelry. j
. ...Perfumes... )
B ? S
r.'- I Merrill Drug Co. j
V ILTIIll. Wll,UIII 1
M'Tiamil'I'lEJE-" '" - A
i m 1 1 11 1 1 ?.
New Pall xmcl Winter MIIIIncry--New Dress
Goods and Trimmings -- The Designer
for STANDARD PA'ITERNS
Figure With Us
Prices Seit on Request.
AOHNT J'Olt I9OO AND I90O JR., WASHING MAC1IIXHH.
Ilnrnev Lewis bus none to the
Johnston ranch to work.
Miss Violet Ueed entertained a
ntiinlxT of her friends at her home
last Tuesday iiitfht with parlor
W. It. Wilson returned Sunday
-vcniiiK from Portlnml, and on
Wednesday went to the ranch at
Hear Creek, with M. G. Coe.
Wc have for service at oiir home
stead, three miles south of JIuiul, a
tf 1'kancis & Cakkatt.
IK G. Connelly, the forest war
den whom: nenuminrier.n mi: uvw
at Crane Prairie duriiiR the rntiR
iiiK season, was in Heml Woducs-
day on bis way home to the
W. H. Wilkinson will leave
Sunday to meet his father, mother,
and two sisters nt Shaniko. They
a're enroutc from MinneapolU to
make their home in the Hend
M. I,. Allison, of Portland, who
has been spending several week's at
llcnd, lookiiiK over the country, re
inriiml Mcnidnv from a visit at
C. It. Allun's at Lava, where he
enjoyed some duck .shooting and
ciiUKbt some of the peerless iroui
furnished by the Uesemues river.
ntw-L- hunters are onioyim: fair
stmt these days along the Des-
' uitea. Hlthouifli the weatlier con
tinues o pleasant that the water-
owls seem to prelertne cooler ana
mote unmolested haunts farther up
the river. Old resklents sny that a
lew storms will drive them ttown in
Mr. and Mrs. Jattyvier, of
Surprise Valley, Modoc county,
n1ifornia. were ill Heud last Sat
urday and Sunday, on their way to
Ptniel Sound to took after property
owned by them there. They made
the trip overland in order to inves
tigate the opportunities oitcrca in
Wednesday Nick Smith moved
his family into the building former
ly occupied by the Pilot Hutte Co.,
as an office and afterwards re
modeled for living-rooms. C. II.
Uriekson and family will move into
tli.. linnve the Smith family has
just vacated, Mr. Urickson having
recently purchased that property.
C. A. Chapman writes that lie
expects to arrive home from Idaho
m.vt 'I'liosflnv or Wednesday, brine-
ing with him about 75 head of
cattle and a team ol driving norses,
which will be shinned by rail to
Shaniko, and driven the remainder
of the way. Prank Hall, an Idaho
friend, will accompany him, and
exacts to locate here.
Mis. J. P. Circles arrived in Hend
Tuesday evening after an extended
visit with her parants at llyrou,
Cab, and a daughter at Kugene,
Or. She also spent some time
with another daughter in Prineville.
Her brother, J. IS. Sheaffer, came
with her from Jlyron and will make
his home in the Deschutes country.
Thuv tiled to come across the
range from Kugene but the rough
weather turned t hem uack anil
they came by way of Shaniko,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Taylor came
home to their Hoslaud ranch last
week, after spending their honey
noon at Portland, where they were
married on October 1. Miss Mary
Hebreus, the bride, went to Port
laud from Cripple Creek, Colorado,
and nccording to arrangements met
Mr. Taylor for the wedding. The
groom located in this section
about two years ago, coming also
from Cripple Creek. He secured a
ranch on the Upper Deschutes and
..n... itt-ifitru hlu lirido tn share with
IIU u...t, .... - - - --
him the uood things of a, borne 111
1 the new country.
A J. Wimer, of Tumalo, was a
Hend visitor today.
IS. K. Knight was lip from Red
mond this morning.
W. II. Willcy, of The Meadows,
was in town yesterday making ar
rangements to mov: to Hend.
Mrs. L. II. McCann, Mrs. R. J.
McCann and Mrs. W. R. Wilkin
son drove over to Laidlaw Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Patterson,
who live 30 mile up the Deschutes,
spent the greater port of the week
Prcy Walzer left last Saturday
for Irondequoit, N. Y., en receipt
of news that his mother bad suffer
ed a serious paralytic stroke.
The C. . Aliens have taken the
Awbrey building, near the Des
chutes postofficc, for the winter, in
order to have access to the Hend
school facilities for the daughter.
John Siscmorc returned from his
trip in the mountains and Jackson
county. He weighed 157 pounds
when he went traveling and return
eda month later weighing 199
Charles S, Rusell, secretary of
Prcd C. Ross & Co., heav' opera
tors in lumber, lath and shingles,
spent last week in Rend with a
view to taking' a ' prominent part
in lumber development in this
Christian Hudeavor meeting Sun
day evening at 7:30 in the Iiaptist
church. Topic: "The Foreign
Mission Work of the Presbyterian
Church." Subject reference, Dan.
23i--l5. Leader, Mrs. Gladys L.
Circles. Uible references may be
had at the postoffice.
Lewis's ditch camp, on the Cen
tral Oregon canal has been moved
five miles further out and is now
located near the Hear Creek road.
Superintendent II. C. KUis, of the
Deschutes Telephone Co., and F.
M. Lolxlcll, are now stringiug wires
to make telephone connection with
A. J. Robins'On has leased a lot
from A. C. Lucas just north of the
Pilot Hutte Inn and has commenced
the building ol a feed barn, which
will be opened to the public in a few
days. The structure is being built
in the form of an I and is 14 feet
wide, the arms being 33 and 48
feet in length.
PHTUTION FOR LIQUOR LICHNSG
l.S TIIU COUNTV COURT Ol' TIIU STATU 01'
OKHOON I'OH CK00K COUNTY.
In the matter of the application of 1'.
C. Kowlee for u retail liquor licm
In Montgomery precinct, County of
Crook, Mute ol Oregon.
To the Ilouorntilc County Court:
We the luulerKlgnwl. legal voters of
Moutirmiiurv iirecmcl No. .1. Crook
county, Orn"t to gmnt HceiiM to 1'.
C. Kowlvc to sell spirituous, malt or
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MIIOMH llllHirnllr HTIHCIHVU I IW.I HI I""
quantity tlinu one pillion, in the precinct
of Montgomery No. , County of Crook,
Stnte ofOrcgon, for the term of six
mouth from the fint luy of November,
0. M. KarificM C. A. llcckwith
W. A. Delchur V. K. I.uwmiu
1'. 1. Uickor D. Ortoulmlgh
I.. C. Whltted H. I.tuicy
I.ou A. Heed Stone Grecnlinlgh
M. J. Roberts J. A. Vosborg
Thos. C. Hoterts l'rnuk Ileiuley
W. .. ThnuiiiMin John Grunt
C. U. MeLnllhi John JoIiiimiii
U. . iminele I.. . nniuuer
Will Howell AU Wolf
Notice is hereby givt'n that the above
.-..in,,.. ...in lu. .r..i.iiti.il to I ln Honor-.
..i.i.. iAiiiiKf fVnrt nf tin. Kliitonf OrfL'on.
f for Crook county, on the xnl loy of
Novemucrv 1915. orns oon uicivuucii
the uniiV Court cim hear the same, anil I
will then mid there ask that such petition
be granted and ft license be issued to the
Hul.Vl. C. Itowlee to sell spirituous,
,.i.ii nr. .liwi. llmir.4 11 r fermented
elder in less quantity than one Kallon
Hi tae rreciucioi floiuj;""-'ji -
county, Oregon, for a term of six
Dated this ad day of October, 1905,
Last Friday nightn party was giv
en by Miss Mary Riley at her home
five miles north of Heud, in honor
of her guest, Miss 'Alice Gregg, of
Portland. The guests were young
people of Heud and made the trip
in a wagon filled with hay.
Hob Zcvely was driver and pilot.
Members of the party say he did
not hold the lines and that the
craft went to starboard when it
ought to have gone to larboard.
When the party got nearly to Laid
law it hove to and after consultation
sent three persons out to find the
course. Tlie.se took their reck
oning from the stars and a dead
juniper tree and started buck on
the right road to the house. Upon
arriving they were charmingly
entertained with music, games and
refreshments and reached home
alxnit 2:30 a. m.
Those attending were: Mrs. D.
F. West, of the Meadows, as chap
erouc; Mrs. Oki Poindexter. Misses
Shell and Rillo McRcyonlds, Violet
Reed, Mabel Hunter and Hessie
Donkle; Messrs. Robert Zcvely,
Tom Reed, Guy McReynolds, C.
M. Triplett, T. W. Zimmertnann
and Harney Lewis.
C. A. Riddle is reorganizing the
Hend Concert Hand The old in
struments, with a few exceptions,
have been shipped to a San Fran
cisco factory, where some will be
renovated and returned and the
balance turned in on the purchase
price of some new instruments
This trade, together with moneys
now in the baud's treasury, will
equip the players with first-class
instruments and the intention is to
have a good baud of small member
ship. There will probaply be eight
members in tin organization for the
present, and these will work with
the idea of laying a substantial
foundation for future developments.
Came into my enclosure about
Octobers, 1905, a bay mare weigh
ing about 1000 to 1 100 pounds, left
hind foot white, branded with 3 on
left shoulder (brand obscure).
Owner may have the animal by
proving property and paying ex
penses. Gl.It.VN Hhndrickson.
At 5-mile stake on Prineville
PimriON FOR LIQUOR LICIINSG.
IN TIIK COUNTV COt'KT OH TIIK STATU OF
OKHCON 1H)R CKOOK COUNTV.
Ill the matter of the application of Sc
vcrt Deblng for a retail liquor license
in Icchulc precinct, County of
Prrwilr Ktnie of OreLKill.
To the Honorable County Cmtrt:
We. the undersigned, legal voters of
I)ec!iute precinct. Crook county, Ore
Kmi, respectfully petition the Honorable
County Court of Crook county. OrcRon,
tn ..r-a.tt n liMllu fi. lrt DellillL tt
MririMrituou, nwlt or vinou liquors or
leriuenicu cuter in lew (uaiiuiy wmii
one KH". '" the precinct of Destitute,
county of Crook, state of Oregon, for
the term of six months from the first
day of November, loa$.
IIIMttl II. lJVtl-l wutl't .miujuiiifvi.
Wm. Bsldwiu TheohiIe St. Michel
H. M. Oile W. U. Vamlexert
1. H. Gile Wm. II. Davis No. 2
V. II. Marlon It I. 1 1 rock
T. II. LyotM 1'. K. KeiMlorfer
Win. r. uownuig 1'raiiK urctiii
A. W. rotte J. H. Wootl
V. V. Wood 01 Uriekson
Riclwnl King Nils Ilerg
J. W. White ltd. Hrosterlwus
ChM. Itldridge William Orcutt
S. N. Sitt C. I. Cottor
j. 11. Miller llilli Howell
llhner NUwanger Joe llueldiolc
v.. 1 . iwcklt
It. I.. DtfAll
C. . Swalloy
I'. I). lltie
O. It. Hunter
I.. T. Itarrett
K. II. l'lamlew
Geo. I.. ShuuHMts
II. C. Low
John W. louder
K. H. Gatiiwu
G. W. lMckel
l S. Sandy
IM. M. Swalloy J. M. lVUton
C. Johnson G. A. Howeon
G. W. Chirk Paul Kraeumr
Charles It. Reed IXui Hetelng
John Steidl Gerlwrd llorRen
1'. A. WaWer Frank asl
Chas. llrock Geo. Jardel
Alfrwl Howell lUuncy Lewis
C. C. Triplett.
Notice is hereby given that the alxive
petition will Ik? imseiiteil to the Honor
able County Court of the stnteof Oregon
for Crook county, on the 1st day of
November, 1905, or as soon theroafter as
the wld Court wu hear the same and I
will then and there ask that such petition
be grauted and a license be issued to the
said Sevcrt Debiug to sell spirituous,
limit and vinous liquors and fermented
elder in loss quantity than one gallon
at the Precinct of Deschutes in Crook
county, Oregon, for a term of six
Dated this 19 day of Scptcinlwr, t95
The Deschutes Telephone
any part of the World.
and all Pacific Coast cities
Public PAY Station
Bend - Oregon
THE DITSCIIUTIS TliUHlONB CO,
"An Kvcning with Dlekcns", at
the First Haptist church in Hend,
Friday night, Nov. 3, 1905.
"Swing Low Sweet Chariot," Male
Chnrlci DlckcuVs Life: The Rev. J.
Vocal Solo, "Anchored," T. V. Zini
mcrmniiii. CIihtIm DIcUciia and Sljakaspoare; The
Rev. J. A. Mitchell.
"Vxm the Mountain Top." Mate
Charles Dickens's Work: The Rev. J.
Voenl Molrt, "WIhi lisll Be King," T.
"Sweet anil Iiw," Male Qaartete.
Dickens's CkMrfni; Umtm The Rer.
J. A. Mitchell.
"Old Noah Ilullt an Ark." Male
Admission: Adults, 25 cents;
children, 15 cents. 31-31
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all the delicacies of the season
First-class Equipment Fine Rooms and Beds
All stnges- stop nt the hotel door
Bend Livery &
J. FRANK STROUD, Manager
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
IIORSHS BOAKDKD BY TIIK DAY, WKHK OR MONTH
First-Class Livery Rigs for Rent. 'Phone No. 15
Itoiiiltlrttt.betwwn MlMrU iixlOrtgofi.
We carry only the DON'T FORGET
finest lines of
TO DROP INTO TIIK
liquors THE RECEPTION
SMITH & CLEEK, Props
SHELDON & M'KINNON
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
&SF Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
T. & G. FLOORING
Reasonable BEADED CEILING rumber
WINDOW JAMBS De,vered flt
Prices WINDOW CASING ZvcLt
Good HEAD BLOCKS ' "JJ Sl
O. G. BASEBOARD , t
Grades stair TREADS J he I Laji ds of
Dry WATER TABLE . r"e JJ' ' & P
O. G. BATTINS . ?., or
Stock MOULDINGS Thc C S ' to.
P. B. D. PATENT ROOFING
CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION.
Pilot Butte Development
BEND, - OREGON
Hend Weather for September.
Following is the tcuicrature rec
ord for Bund for the mouth of
September, as recorded by Karl K.
Knight, voluntary observer:
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9- - j
ll". '.'.'".'Z'. 79
it - m
Mill IMIe Mn Milt
17 7 W
v) to.. ,
3 bi M 411
4 5l 7 41
4J lM...-, J?
4 -.. i
Jl rt- Co t
Mean. -. 7-7J M S
Maximum 90 degrees.
Minimum 25 degrees.
Precipitation .41 inches.