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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1905)
Fine burred 1'lyitioiitli rock
rooilorri, full blooilud, Tor mile nt
a.50 uiiuli, C. I). Al.l.HN, .vlf
I'uBtiiniRu for Iioihum, 50 CUII'.N II
week, 3 a month, near Hcnd.
If II. W. MOKltll.l,.
Office rooms for tent In the Pilot
Illittu Development Co.'h office
iilllitij. Apply nt the coiiipnii
C. I), Hiowii enjoyed 11 few diiyn
flporl at the MoihIowm lust week,
win re lie uliot duckN and landed
Dolly Varden trout.
Thomas It. Roberts leaven to
11 1.; lit for Elmer Muirill'n home
H.tundi near UomIiiikI, where he will
f-pcnd a vacation hunting,
F. F. Smith, milliliter of the
Jlluhtower-iUnlth Co., was In Irom
their Tituinlo mill Monday and re
porta busiiicMM rtmliiiiK there.
V. J. O'Connor wan up from
Redmond Sunday nikI Monday
lie lias rcceivel olllcinl uotire of
his election im enililer for the I). I
& 1. Co.
Would like to buy one California
Stole whroii ImnI. Miint Ins com
plete in every renpvet. Would like
it by Monday next.
1'kancin & Oaurati'.
Eight head of cattle kdoiiKiiiK
to White & Hill got nwnv Innt
week, through the enteleiwueM of
the workmen employed 011 the
lateral which runs thioti;h their
pastille near Pilot butte.
, I;red Wlcse, of Sisters attended
a to biwincw mutters in Itcud Mod-
day. Mr. Wiete is making u hoc
cush of grubi furmiuK and raised
.tome prize oats the piist ..cumim on
' his ranch six mile east of Slstcrn.
F. C. Rowlee lias purchased of
I. (V U'liilliwl liU IiiIkmmI in I Inlet
... . ., -. ...
Redmond, at Redmond, and is now
jtole proprietor. Mrs. Kowlec has
none there to reside and the house
1 Jiold goods wcte taken there from
llund this week.
, John Circles killed a coyote by
,'hatid hut 'week. I Joys had it Imck-
', ml up in n corner at White tit Hill's
daughter lions. Mr Circles, home-
what after the manner ofSainxni
pickedup imliauk bone and swatted
.the coyote in the head. The 'brute
lay down and ditkl.
I "The feed bofti project of A J.
j Robinson, announced Jiut vcck lias
been ulxi)idoned, and, the mat'criitl
removal from the Kromplf. Instead
A. C. Lucas linn ofcid the. Pilot
iijr"tlic"jiciT(j 7jiycry sc
.rt., htivlnir been relin
Elins Nc1kii, who lias lcen,iu
,' charge of the agricultural experi
."mcut work at the I). I. Jv , P. farm
this vcrfr. ,left Wednesday moriiiiiK
, for 'flic Dalles, where he will le
' employed in the the nursery htisiucAS
until next mimuicr. when, be ex-
"peels to rclurit to the'lUnal counts y.
New Pall and Winter MIIIIncry-New Dress ,
Goods and Trimmings The Designer
for STANDARD PATTERNS
'Figure. With Ust
Prices Sent on Request.
AmtST I'OK I900 AM) IOOO III,, WA8IMNO MACIIIN1W.
.immermatiu seiit several
Priueville th's week on
F. F. Smith, of Tumalo, went to
Priueville Wednesday on business.
His son Lawrence accompanied
William P. Vaudevcrt and bis
sou George killed a .0o pound
black bear near Koslaud Inst
We have for service at our home
stead, three miles south of Hcud, a
tf Fmancis & Gakkatt.
George Larson and Sam Davcii
Mrt, of Forest, passed through
Mend Tuesday on their way to
duck shooting at The Meadows.
Harry IleMiiK drove one of the
freight wagons out to Shauiko this
week for W. K. Wilkinson.
It is expected they will get back to
IJend. tiic firU of 'next week with
Mr. Wilkinson's fathcrVfreight.
ttciijhccof "pli pilsj hi the Laid
avi 'oos'fias lx;etj hindered to n
l.eMcnf the past few weeks by
ah ciiidemic of
arc of virulent ennracter,
Mfta Vtdh 'vould ,J1kc" o.'rnjeet
nil iffc, jooie 01 aiic
Aid. Society aid nl
mlcrcstcu in v.ris)iu worn
heart to heart talk.,oi( tiic i'n
and'plnns'of ( Cjn'sjiiin w'
Saturdaytifternoon'at $ o'c
A. II. I'Stcbiict has joined the
While liuntitKr ducks at 1 lie Mcu-
, where helms lautf. ri'lu ,is well jdovv.s lost Sunday vcntngtic was
..versed In scientilie ngriculturc and getting over a. rail fence, w'beii the
nil the, Indies of ihc. Presbyterian
...'.L A. . '... V '.. ..
,vork, lor a'
3 o'clock at
bis work ill the past season has
done lunch 0 'bring this locality
We carry in stock every
thing usually handled by a
firfit-clnss drugstore including
Stationery, School Supplies,
Magazine, Toilet Prepara
tions, Confectionery, Cigars
and Snmkers' Supplies, and a
Fine Line of Watches and
Merrill Drug Co.
toj rail rolled any threw him to the
Kro.UlM .vith. .Uie Tesiilt of tearing
the tendons on the inside of the
;kjiec joflit ' Jpose. 1 Ie was unable
srrt . 'ftipi :co,,
stiiciiug, n,,tipw , )ln?ksu,"', S"?P
clc to his ,ricsf'dtf,pce( op thy south
cctier; ofjliis 'foulot t'rac; fronting
on .NVall street, The measurements
of th, sh()p arc 11x32 ami it will be
neat and substantial. (A cellar will
be tuii.iiiuier it o'ciiing into the
back p-rird, The shpp,j)ow occupied
wns built Ixifart. the towusitc vas
laid out and .stands in the middle of
Wall street. When the new shop
is completed the old one will be
There is a move on foot to estab
lish a mail route from Grizzly to
I.amoutn, Redmond and Laidlaw,
instead of taking the mail for (those
localities (lirpugir, Pr'neville., It is
said that the sending of the Ileud
and $i(vcr Lake mail that way is
also contemplated, as a saving in
mileage and having better roads to
travel over. At present Redmond
is served from Clinc Kails, though
the Priueville-Sisters mail stage
runs through Redmond. This tern
notary arrangement is expected to
be remedied soon.
A dancing' party wa,s given Iasl
Friday evening by Miss 'Anna
Johnson and 'Miss Jackie' H'roek at
the postoffice building. Otj'ier fea
tures of entertainment were' also
introduced. One of 'these was n
series of questions which could be
answered by the names of flowers.
Mrs. Knuua Johnson secured first
prize in this contest and was award
ed a cup and saucer. C. M. Trip
lett received n little doll as the con
solation trophy. The feat of carry
ing beans across the room on a
knife blade was another contest en
gaped in, Miss Maggie Auue won,
and was presented with a desirable
picture, Missllclle Robinson scored
lowest and received a tiny spoon as
a prize. ' Ice cream and cake were
Mrs. Frank Hoguc, of Roslaud,
went to Silver I,nkc last week to
make proof on her homestead claim.
S. H. Dorrance, of the Dorrance
sawmill, near Sisters, was in Hcnd
Monday 011 the way up to his
homestead in 22-9. He was taking
up a load of lumber to provide
quarters for his stock.
Next Sunday evening the regu
lar monthly consecration meeting
of the Christian Kudcavor Society
will lc in charge of Miss Hatch.
All members arc requested to be
present to answer to roll call.
Miss Julia Hatch, returned mis
sionary from Siam, will give a
children's talk on Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock, and address the public
in the evening after the Christian
Kndeavor meeting. All are most
cordially invited to be present.
William McCormack, one of the
big ranchers from the Summer
Lake district, was in IJend Tuesday
accompanied by his family, -whom
he had been to meet at Shaniko.
Mr. McCormack is a cousin of Dun
can McMillan, and spent the time
here as the lattcr'.s guest.
'Miss Pauline Wicst gnvc a Hal
loween unity ItiHt TucmIiw evening
for some of her girl friends. The
hotise was artistically decorated
with Jack-o-lanterns. After many
Hdllowceu games the guests were
treated to u dajuty lunch and at
10:30 o'clock left for their homes
Fclirt'Linster started for Shaniko
XVedncsd'ay morning to meet his
parents and seven brothers and
sisters, to bring them to Ileud.
There will be about 1,200 pounds
of baggage. The family are not
bringing their household furniture,
but will fit up after reaching licnd.j
J. I). Honeyman leaves Monday
for. his homestead in 20-13, about
23 miles from Ileud, taking with
Jipn materials for a 13x16 house.
any laricucing, as wcu as imple
ments jor ciennug aim piowinc:
Iapd(. I,'c will have considerable.
improvements maoc wuen 111s plans;
: eomi) ctcd.
'Miss Julia 'Hatch, of Portland, a
missionary ot the I'resuytcriau so-
cicty( who has returned from a
seven years stay mi ortneni aiam,
was at Laidlaw Sunday and de
livered lectures about, her work in
lorcigu lauus. . cine aso auuresseu
the public schools on .Monday.' She
isited htsters tuts wcck.
Mrs. C. A. Jones has in her hen
nery a brood of chicks about two
weeks old. The mother hen is not
too dutiful and has been quite will
ing to share with any other lieu the
responsibility of caiiug for these
unseasonable little fellows. A cer
tain other Jicn assisted in looking
after the brood two or three das.
Then Mrs. Jones noticed that the
real mother went upon the roost at
night and the foster mother had
the chicks entirely to herself. She
attends them well and the other
fickle thing is now free to do as
Mrs; Cliristcue Weuter, ot nenu,
had four ribs broken in the run-
away accident wiucii occurred
while she was comim? over the
Cascade mountains jilxiut the first
nf Hi"!! with' Georire Uroster-.
nuns ami minify, ami urn iiui miuw
Ujai, sue uau suuereu &o wnuiw mr
injury until, she reached Spokaite,
Washn over two weeks later. , anc
spent several days at Heud after
reaching here,, then yent oy team
to Thfc Dalles thepce to Spokane,
where the pain 'jncjertsed and rj.
doctor found oif exniniuatioii that
four ribs were broken. N. P.
Welder, her son, returned home to
Heud Tuesday, He says his
brother is now able to sit up aivd
is recovering. Mrs. Weider will
remain until she shall have recov-
ercd.fr'oiu the fractuVe,
Mr. and Mis I. F Circles have
gone to Redmond to reside.
Smith & Clock's "Reception"
saloon closed its doors 011 the ex
piration of the liceti-K.' on No vein
Miss Ruth Reid chnjteioiKwl a
jmrty of her younger saiiolars 011
fuesday evening in their Halloween
Grand Thanksgiving Hall, Wed
nesdayeve., Nov. 29, t Jl M hall,
under the auspices of the Rend
Fire Department. 33-3t
I)or.ey Hcisiug fell from his
horse Wednesday breaking both
Itoneaof his left fore arm. Dr. Coe
attended to the fracture.
Philip Francis returned Wednes
day from Shaniko with freight for
several of the IJend stores. He re
port the roads in good condition.
The Rev. J. A. Mitchell arrived
from Priueville Tuemlay and has
siKMit the days among Irieuds in
Rend and in arranging for the
"Kvcning with Dickens," at the
A dance is to be given at Red
mond tomorrow night, in celebra
tion of the opening of F C. Row
Ice's saloon. The dining-room of
Hotel Redmond will Ik used as a
hall. Several Rend jeoplc are pre
paring to attend.
C. A. Chapman returned home
from Idaho Wednesday noon. He
brought 65 head of cattle as far as
Lamouta, mid left them in a ims
ture there. He brought two horses
on to Hcnd He reports a long
hard trip and says he saw nothing
that looks so good to him while
away as the IJend country.
M. N. Neil!, of Laidlaw, has
taken homestead and desert claims
adjoining T. A. Jensen's ranch one
mile northwest of Tumalo postoffice
and will begin making improve
incuts there shortly. As soon as
his house is built on the homestead
he will move his family there and
establish a permanent home He
hits arranged for a water right from
the Gibson ditch.
That Poiudexter breed of pups
has a mighty valor. Ora Poiu
dexter took Rags on a hunting ex
pedition up the river last week, ex
pecting to teach him something
about birds. Hut Rags had a mind
for bigger game. He ran across a
Ix-ar's trail and followed it half a
day before returning. 1 he io-
pound pup probahly destroyed the
bear, for he seemed, perfectly con
tented when he got back.
. A. H. Van tier Wiclcn, one of
Lafdlatv's scientific farmers started
for The IXiHes Wednesday. He
will spetid a few weeks at Portland
and will then go to Eastern Wash
ington. He expects to return next
April and farm on the desert lands
iwrtnaneutly. He was accompanied
by Paul Nelson, who is returning
to his old home in Dakota to wind
up his affairs there and come back
to the Deschutes ior permanent
S. C. Caldwell i- icbwiit lor 10
days or two weeks oil a plumbing
contract at Madras.
L. D. Wicst is engaged in an
other irrintioii nru in ihr i i
It) l tilt UlllUMM '1 1. .1 1..
The IJend Social Club met at
Hotel IJend Monday night and
adopted a constitution and by-laws
and discufted plans. The menilr
ship fee was pirn ed nt 3 wlf
monthly dues of 50 cents. The club
has secured a lease for six mouths
011 the West ball, which is now
being fitted up with a 14x2.1 stage,
lights, stove, chairs and tables
Pour ui.'htM of eatli week the lull
is to bo reserved for the exclusive
ue of club rooms, while the other
two nights are open for musical
and dramatic rehearsals.
KeiiiL-inlier tli.it t'.iin ofF.ce m i
hb'b-gradc job printing.
Mrs. Anna Pike arrived Tuesday
from Priueville to preside in the
fritcltrtt nt Pilot Hiitlo Inn..
'V" k 1 1 ll v I Hi '1 ii' 1 s
nttcirtipletl this u.-ek by overt t
iug of the saws, neccssilatn 1;
rchammcriiig them. If these hnc
to be sent to Portland it will keep
the mill idle for 10 days or l i
weeks but it is pnsilt'e n Man i-
Ik: lotnui to 1:0 the job lerj.
L. P. Klippcl and family, of
Summer Lake, were in Rend Mot
iny, going home in private convc -mice,
niter a vinit at the Port . I
exjtositioii. On arriving at Pi 1
ville on the way home, tic t 1
children became too ill to travel ai I
all had been detained there two
weeks on that account.
Rest Imported and Domestic
Excellent Bar Service.
High Class Gentleman's Re
sort. Only first class goods
kept in stock. Call on us.
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all the delicacies of the season
First-class Equipment Fine Rooms and Beds
All stages stop at the hotel door
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iicwtukxr eillteil rely for every ktatc mid
territory. The Nev tiftlic World o arranged
tht lmy tteoplc can mote cily cumnrelieiMl.
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tfiefart tliat the; Weekly lllade now ha oer
injtxw yearly aniMcrtiiera, ami i ciremiei iu mi
part oftli5 U.H. In addition to the new, the
lllade pujil'liiirn iluut and aerial toriw. and
manv denartiiienla of matter aultrd to every
member of the family. Only one dollar a year.
wrue ior iree apecimen topy. auoiv
The Toledo lllade and TIIH DltNU llUl.t,l
We carry only the
finest lines of
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SHELDON & M'KINNON
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
A Complete Stock of
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
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