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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1906)
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Lee Moblwof Rcdnlond Wilrt il
Hunt vl.sltor Moudny.
MarHlml Wcyiiloutli mid wlfii ale
New Vcni'H tlliiucr at Hdtdl JJelld.
Iluve you seen (iniiit'x dlMplay of
fnilt oriuico.H, applet, banutitiH and
I'. A. Htiiincll Iiiim returned to
Jlcnd after an extended Mtay in Cnl
Iforiilu. For side moiiic fine lirdwii leghorn
roustcm at f eatili. I,, II. Mo
Can ii. Ikud, Orunou.
I.iiHt Monday M. G. Coc went
out to the riuioli on Hear Creek, in
which lu- in interested.
Wlllliini Douk mid Cliarlui Lowe
of Ltiidluw woie in llund Monday
nU'hl attending the lunmiiierade
Oilice rooms for rout in the Pilot
llutte Development Co.'s office
IniildiiiK- Apply at the company's
Henry Hi'dcti Iiiih sold
lot with two fliimll house
on Minnesota .tired, to T.
Ilnriiey Lewis ami George At
wood cHine in frrini the Johnston
i audi Monday evening to join in
the fun at the umUcriulc dance.
Three of those in attcudHiiec nt
the New Ycur'u tlnucc in Ilcucl were
T. A. Rutherford, Dr. Gail NcW
som nud A. J. Hatter of Luidlnw.
Dr. A. A. Hun is hits rented the
Frank (Hhs cottage a short distance
eit of llcnd, and he and his sou
Jesse are keeping Imcliclorfl' quar
ters while clear in their ditch laud.
C. A. Jones, notary public, can
be found at The liulletiu office
ready to draw and acknowledge
dcd and mortgage, and attest
jwpcrK of any sort. TyiwwritiiiK
C L Whitud and I'orcy Walcr
drove from KcUihoihI Sunday for
a few hours' visit In Hand. Mi.su
Gri' Kcver returned with them,
uud will act as nurse in the Kowlee
II 1'. J McDonald took a jmrty
coiiiimxk! f Mrs McDonald, Mm.
McMillan nud dauxhter. Mrs. Wcy
mouth and sou. out for a sldgh
ndc on New Year's day. something
unusual in llud.
A A. Illy, who is teaching at
Irving. Oregon, came to Ilend Mon
day to visit liis homestNd near here
during the holiday vacation. He
will return to his school duties after
a hrfof visit here.
J. C Lewis, foreman of the ditch
construction work for the D. I. &
IV Co , WH in llcud with two of his
men, Pearl Lymes and Jens Hjoru
d.l, the fust of the wek. They
came to repair breaks in the ditches
J. C. Perry, at one time superin
tendent of the Pilot Hutte sawmill
at Ileud, and rtceutly in thcuirfov
of the Potlatch Lumber Co. at Pa
louse, WhnIi., write to have the
Bulletin scni to him hereafter at
We carry in stock every
thing usuulty handled by a
Tirst-chiNN drugstore including
Stationery, School Supplies,
Magazines, Toilet Prepnra
lions, Confectionery, Cigars
and .Smokers' Supplier and a
Fine Line of Watches and
Merrill Drug Go.
John Hdwnrdii df Slstcra vvntf in
George Hacker ciililb Id B'eiid
from Prluevllle TUtiddity,
Theodore Uccker now lllis ollitrg'e
of the hotel at Redmond.
Horn to Mr. and MrH. J. Kltret
of Hedinond, December jbth, n son,
Mrs. O'Kune waa operated upon
on Wclnemlay, and in innklhfj
Charles lioyd and family went td
Laidlaw last Saturday for a few
days' visit with friends.
Fine barred Plymouth lock
roosters, full blooded, for sale at
$2. 50 each. CIJ.Ai.MfN. tf
G. L. Simmons was a Demi vis
itor Wednesday. Mr. Simmons
cainc in from his ranch near Laid
law. George A. and William Brown
of Hlllsboro were licud ctdltrp
Tuesday. Later they went to
Mrs. L. I). Wlust was hostess to
the Misses Grace Jontw, Until Itcid
and Anne Midlam last Tuesday at
a o o eiocu iiiuiier.
Miss Marion Wiest returned Sun
day from a few days' visit in Prints
vine, wnerc sue Had gone (0 tnke
Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Used and
sou Irviu leave for Portland, Satur
day, where they will consult a
specialist for the son eye.
Work on the new schoolhoutc is
progressing nicely. The frame for
the first story is up, ami the work
of enclosing it is now in progress.
An elaborate and Interesting, pro
gramme has been prepared for the
reception to le given by the Mod
ern Woodmen of America, next
Mr. and Mrs. 15. A. Griffin
returned to Hem! Wednesday after
several mouths tay at Redmond.
where Mr. Griffin had charge of
the Redmond hotel.
The lowest the mercury 1ms
reached in llcud this winter was on
the night of January r, when it
registered . above; and January 2.
when it reached rero. (
At the council iuectiug last
Tuesday night no Imtfiuc&s of. itn
txirtnucu was trnusicted. Next
fuemlay the new. officers will lc
sworn iu and assume thoir duties.
A stitfis of denial work has de
tnuiud Dr. H. F. Butler at Antelope
and he was not able to visit Bend
iu Decctnlcr as advertised. He
exec to lc here within a week or
shop and will put iu a stock of con-
ircuoiicry, tuiwevo, etc. lie ex
wet to lmvt the place open about
J. S. Smith of Priucville stopped
iu HeiMl Wednesday and Thursday
on his way from the Dorrauce
Hnw' sw mill, where he went 011
official bust lies with one of the men
working at the mill.
Miss Ethel ltd ward of Sisters is
assisting for a week or ten days as
waitress iu the Heud 'Hotel. She
is taking the place of .her sister,
Mm Hurt, who has gone to her
home at S'sters for a short vacation.
Percy Walter recently returnee!
to these parts from an extended
visit iu New York. He was called
east by the serious illness of his
mother. She was recovering nicely
however, at the time of his depart
ure for the west.
Mr. ami Mrs. 11. W. Reed and
sons Tom and Paul, left for a trip
to Portland Thursday morning.
They will be gone during the
winter, returning next spring.
They went as far ok Shauiko with
Freighter Phillip Francis.
The Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell
has written to T. W. Kiiumermauu,
iking him if he could assist iu the
musical program to be given iu con
nectiou with a local presentation of
"The Merchant of Venice" at
PriueviUe at, a not distant date.
"How Finding Christ Changes
the Life" is the subject for the reg
ular monthly eoilsecrntiou meeting
of Hie Christian Endeavor society
next Sunday evening at 7:0, iu the
church. AlKuicmbors are ieuested
to be p,reseit to respond to roll call.
Joliudi. Qoddard came to Heud
from near 'Powell Huttes last
Saturday to spend a few days iu
town. He walked to toWil, reach
ing the snow belt about eight miles
front Heud, Mr. Qod.dard says that
walking iu snow from six to eight
inches deep makes verv hard
An ovMcdceof the rapid develop
ment of the country adjacent to
Heud is stuil iu the fact that .o
water tanlts gt to the spring at
Powell Unties for water, represent
ing 40 fatitilfes. Two years ago
you codld have counted the families
in that vicinity on the fingers of
Lost week a cougar was agrtiu
heard giving its- peculiar cry ou the
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WF. Wisii ALL OUR CUST0MKR3
A Happy aiiii
Prosperous New Year
START THK YKA.R RIGHT KY TRADING WITH US.
YOU'LL FIND IT TO YOUR ADVANTAGE.
Niehols has rented the vncnut
south of Triplett's barler
west side of the river north of Hund.
I'riday and again Sunday a. hunt,-
ing party consisting of M, G. Coc,
Al. Howell, Hilly Robison and C.
A. Kiddle crossed the river hoping
to track the animal to his lair. They
failed to find him, however.
W. J. Ward, who, has. Ixtcn iu
ll-md examining the timber in this
region for a large California firm,
left Wednesday morning on his
houie.vard txip, going south over
the Klamatli. Falls route. He had
intended to spend several weeks iu
the timber east and nest of Heud,
but the heavy snowfall of last Sat
urday makes further cruising im
practicable. It is his intention to
return in the spring and complete
Mrs. IS. George, who w well
known iu Heud, and Charles IS.
Reed, who had charge of the I). I.
& P. Co.'s experiment farm last
year, . were married recently at
PriueviUe, the Rev. Mitchell offic
iating. The bride, who has beeu
living at Radmoud, was taken to
PriueviUe by F. C. Rowlee iu his
auto to meet the groom, who has
been at work on the Johnston farm,
and the twain were made one. The
couple. left on the noon stage the
same day for a short trip before go
ing to housekeeping at the farm.
G. W. ISastmau and R. A. Rose
from North Yakima and Kcumt
wick, Wash., arrived iu Bend last
Monday with troubles of their own.
Some mouths ago these two men
acted as witnesses for t. man
named Sweet, now living iu Minne
sota, who had filed on -a timber
claim in 23-12, several miles south
of Heud. Owing to a nulay iu the
laud office, a period of 10 months
had elapsed front the time of filing
on the claim to the lime that proof
was to be made. When an effort to
make final proof was attempted, it
was discovered that the witnesses
would have to view the claim again
before proof could be made. This
was due to a recent ruling that wit
nesses must visit the laud within a
few weeks of the time of making
proof. Consequently Sweet has
been put to the expense of .sending
his witnesses from their distaut
homes iu Washington into the Sil
ver Lake country. They were look
ing for Commissioner Iawreuce ins
lore whom to lay Vheir troubles,
but on learning of his deprlure for
Koseburg, decided the only thing to
do would be to go to Silver Lake,
where another commissioner is lo
cated. They left for that point
A. M. Drake President of Hank.
At the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Central Oregon
Hanking & Trust Co. held last
Saturday the only change made
was choosing A. M. Drake to fill
tint vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of W. li. Guerin, .both as
director nud as president of the
bank. The other two directors nre
A, L. Goodwillie and J. M. Law
rence, the former being vice-president
and the latter secretary. The
bank's business is iu prosperous
Injured Wlillc Worl.lng on the Ditch
and Hurt by Horse.
I'OM'KM. litTTiw, Dec. US William
lolniMji) ,liAt hail n Kcrious illness mid in
lct Utiottut!if ilnnecr yet. Some time
mo tic Itijurti! iilneif wlicn work hit; on
tjjc ilitrh aticl'.niore recently lie u-as hurt
liynliorMi. tn Christina day lie was
uiw til e to nlt'M't the gathering at the
(rhoolhouM: I,M ''Jitiiiiiiiy he was so
ill'tltJt it was ncceMry to oend for Dr
Ifcluardft. The doctor sv he thinks lie
will he able to pull linn tliroxlt.; ' 1
Of late we lwe hal ' some fowling
winds something stronger than win
mer wiadn. Hut tliv winds have always
l-nof hort durstioH sihI liave came 111
the nfght when vojle 1mv not heeti
iuolestel iv them.
There ws however ln a hreee of
another kind, almiMt n tomatlo in fact,
which has not jel altogether stjnel.
Tlie iieojilc lavc lccn, ever since the
memory of tae first settler, uetting water
from a nuriiiK on the Vaitdevert or
rather Wflliamson ranch. They come
there with harrels and tanks of every
lecrirtioti. They haul water all the
wny irotti two to ncven miles, inc set
-err much interests! in a uell
lue I'V Mr.' Rsldwtn. He ha
Strayed away from Madras,
Crook county, Oregon, about the
first of November, 1905, one black
mare, weight about 1,400; one
sorrel, yearling, horse colt. All
branded single heart on right
shoulder. Were Inst seen at Heud.
Any information regarding the
above described horses will be suit-,
ably rewarded. Address nit com
munications to Kdward Ilolcomb,
Hiebcr, Lassen Co., California.
Pasturage for horsfetf, 50 cents n
week, $2 n month, near Heud.
tf U, W. Mouuitr,.
already aotdown lit' fret ami rati plain
ly Jtear the water or wiml roannj! ic
neath. Mr. l'orti-i'of I'rmcville is drill
lag a well for Mr. Pancake. The people
are all anxious to have them lxith get
Christmas ttay here like ThanksctviiiK
was oW'n'cl hy mo -of the jx-oplc
romniK louetliar in the scnooiiiousc
where ttiev were entertained with
lecture ujsin the l'Amion Play illustrated
with lieautitul muting pictures.
Tlie jsrte1" aji)teciatc thor new
kImxiIImmim: very inuiH. A year ago ne
Itad neither school :vr church' inn! now
we have tmth. there being services in
the fcchooHtoiuc every Suudav.
The older puivils are to Ik. cougratu-
laieu iiecauM: mey can Rei insiniciiofi in
any tiling tltey witdt to stwly and some of
tnett! are taking aUantsge ot tuis by
attending extra hours.
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Powell Uuttcs Notes.
A gianu rew Years nartv as
given nt the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hnuc, on Monday .night.
There were between 7$ and 80
people present. Several hours
were pleasantly spent iu dancing
The question arose as to who were
the best valt7.crs It was finally
decided that among the married.
folks Mrs. Hussett and Harry
Chase were beat. And among the
young folks Miss Lena Jones and
Lunch was served at 1: o'clock,
after which dancing continued un
til 2 o'clock, when all adjourned to
tlioir homes with light hearts,
Saloon License Notice.
IhtM), Ore., Jan; $, 1906.
To tlw Honorable (Mayor and
Common Council of the City of
Gentlemen: The umlerskneU, A.
H. ISstebeuet. hereby respectfully
applies for a license ffotn Ue City of
Heud to sell spiritous, vinous and
and malt liquors nud fermented
cider in the building -situated on
LotuofHlock 7 of the City of
iieim, ton 111a period ot one year
from the 16th of January, 1066.
A. 11. KSTlfBittUT.
Saloon Licence Notice.
IlMND, Ore., Jan. 5, 1905.
To the Honorable Mayor and
Common Council of the City of
Gentlemen: The undersicucd.
Hugh' O'Knue, hereby respectfully
applies tor n license trout the City
of Hend to sell spiritotn., vinous
and mult liquor and fermented cid
cr lirtlib buildings situated on Lots
11 and 12 of Hlock 10 of the City
of Heud, for tho period of one year
from the "tst day of February, 1906.
MnVOr GondwilHo i ttminrr tn
Went a number of his friends to a
sleigh ride tonight.
Kenneth-Minor, will give a party
tomorrow evening for 13 Iriends,
licit Imported and Domestic
Excellent Bar Service,
hlph CIns? Gentleman's Re
port. Only 'first class goods
Kett Vn stock. Call on us.
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A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
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Tables supplied with all thcdelfcacica of tnc Benson
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Fine Rooms and Beds
All stages stop at the hotel door
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General Blacksmlthing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
JfjaV" Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
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No matter how Wg the bird, no mattertiow heavy its plumage or
swift its flight, you can bring it tpTbag with a long, a'rong.
straight shooting Winchester Rcpeating-Shotgun. Results are what
count. They always give the best itSmlis in field, fowl or trap
shooting, and are sold within reach or everybody a pocketbook.
FREE t SrnJ nurnt i aJJrtit on a feilal t&rd lor er Urf lUtilrat-J rJfafofu.
WINCHPTEIJ pEPEATlNC ARMS COwNCW HAVCN.CONN.
A Complete Stock df
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
1 INCH COMMON
T.'& G. FLOORING
Reasonable beadhd cubing Lomber
WINDOW JAMBS ni:i .1
Prices WINDOW CASING DJ,"e?1 at
q00j HEAD BLOCKS. Low Cost
. : " 0. C. BAS1JB0ARD Auhere "
Grades . STAIR TRBADS The Lands of
Dry WATER TABLE ' &
" i) 0..G. BATTINS Co., or
Stock mouldings The C. S. I. Co.
' ? ' P. H. D. PATENT ROOFING
s FENCE PICKETS
r ETC., ETC.
CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION.
Pilot Butte Development
BEND, - OREGON
Z. F. MOODYs
Commission and forwarding
SMANIKO, - OREOON
Large, Commodious Warehouse. Consignmeuts Solicited
Prompt attention paid tq those who
favpr me with thel