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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1906)
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fH j"'ffn'rfi.ffirH "" imrn
I ' Dr. Nuw.tdin of Lnirilnw wn-i in
C. H. Lowe wan In flcifd Tlitim
day fiom hit ranch near l,iiillaV.
CIiiuIch Hccil nml wife were
Trliicville. vinitorH the firt of the
Wiml lo cxclimii! n No. j Stiitlc
linker wiijjoii for it 3j wii;oii. It.
A. I'lurrr. ,0:j
' Charles Hpninliour wus in llcrid
from IiIn lioniwiteiiil on the Tuiiiulo
The Oregon Kuhlern mnvcynrH
.exjwel to move CMiup in n few (lays
from I.hvii to UchIhikI.
Iltiy your seed wheat, chicken
Sem mid chop at the Henri I.ivery
& TriuiNfer LVs feed ntoie. .ytf
, Word renelic.i Henri that Frank
May jmllwl lioin Portland last week
1"or Alattku, where he y,oc to pros
oct. O. J. Ifry is plowlm his one
ncre lot jtntt Houtli of Deadlines
rircmratory to planting it to ijurden
Office rooms for rent in the Pilot
Hiittu Development Co. 'a office
building. .Apply at the coiiljMiiy's
Irn J. Wilkinson Is hauling lum
ber thin week for n burn oxao on
hit ditch land two mile's ItoitlicnM
, Just in, n fine lot of ladies' sum
mcr skirts and boy.' sitllfi Come
In and kcc our xoixh and prices.
I'ine Tree Store. .8lf
!. C. Itowlcc was a Hcild visitor
during the middle of the week. He
came to look after the construction
of the dam at the IiciuIkiUc.
. , John II. Overturn having nome
Insiric fiuishint; done in his rcsi
Hence this week, A new floor laid,
ncW Window casing put in, etc.
,, G. M. Cornell came to Dend
flfondny evening from l'rincvllle to
attend to stage line matter. He
returned home Wednesday morning.
W. It. Wilkinson left last Sun
day tiorulng fdr The Dalles where
iic goeai'tts n .witness for Harry
olicu n(id Karl McKcnnctt in mak
tug final, prodf on timber claims.
'ibc lllinbir ami I'ruest Grlffin
$yc:it to John Hyan'n ranch south
of town Saturday to help Mr.
Uyan take nome cattle down on the
desert. They returned to Bend
. Ocdrgc Kceri, brother of Charles
Weed who has charge of the John-
Stoli ranch, arrivel in Henri Sunday
om Redmond. He just arrival
tl this region and has joltitd his
brother on the ranch.
A sjxrcial effort is being marie
by the Christian Endeavor Society
'o raise a fund to buy enough new
Vong books to supply all those in
attendance at church and Kudcavor
services. A collection for this
purpose will be taken a week from
(text Sunday night.
0. V. Thoinlhwnlfe wim fVhl.li
'todrty'from his ranch in tiicTuinalo
'l'li o.... T m . ..
of Lriillhw were Heud vlnitors
lmilriing ri neat
it the eastern
Jliii llnuscl is
part oftowh on Minnesota street.
Harney I.ihvfs ami I'rcd Hunnel
COIlie to IJcilcl vcslcrtliiv from
Harney's homestcari west of town.
t Huy your bakery goods nt the
Steele, Kejituraut. The very best of
pies, cakes, doughnuts, cookies,
bread, etc. ,iotf
l'ire insurance, legal blanks, no
tary public mid conveyancing nt
The Central Oregon Hanking &
Trust Co. '. .j6-.pj
T. W. iii)ticrmaiiii returned the
first of the week from it business
trip to Portland ami other western
Siri Nichol has it fine new trail
spitreucy Iwfore his place of busi
ness. With the light inside at
night it makes a great showing.
Christian Knrieavor topic at Bap
tist church next Sunday cyciiitiR
"Nccftima, and Missions ill Japan."
Isa. 50-4-10. leader, JJ, A. Smith.
On and after March I, the Steele
P.cslauraut will again be opened,
when meals will be furnished to the
public. Regular meals, ajc. 4tf.
A fine line of silk novelties, per
cales, ginghams, dimities, lawns
and summer underwear at The Pine
Tree store. Just arrived from the
WIIHItUriiri you Hct that fine
AI.I'ALl'A HAY? Why, at the
Henri I.ivery tie. Transfer Go's feed
store, where they rell il itt $16.50
a ton. 49tf
Preaching crVlceB wlH be held
at the Baptist chjWcU. iVd i J Sunday
evening. rheiilbjxl forthc. even
ing aermoti will be: "The Report
of the Spies."
The stage drlVrib tiow .rake the
drive from .rriuevllle, thiough to
B WK WANT A SHARK OK YOUR
Dollars are what most men arc
after. Wc want them that we
may purchase those tilings in
life which we most desire.
There are mitny ways to ob
One good way is to itdvcr
tlse the gooris you have for
I.et the people knov you
arc in businasH
Show them you are nlive
Advertise in The Bulletin.
A ranch for sale, stocky,
wagons, household goods,
or anything you' wish to tlis
pose of should be advertised
in The Bulletin'.
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Because it wiU mi yQ"
Do it irovV
uuri bring a' bettef
Kosland, maklllg a Ou mite trip
This change wetlt llltd efldcl Thurs
In connection with bin fine line
of candles, tobaccos, dates and
stationery KA), H. Oratit also has, a
stock of vcscUblcs, tk)tatdcs, car
rots, rutabagas, onions, etc. 4jtf
A-H. Grain has a dUblty of
vegetables in rills window itmorig
which is a .rutabaga wcighiug 10
pounds and nine ounces. Tlie Veg
etables were grown last sea ton on
the experiment farm. .
George A., Jones, formerly of
Portland, Hfcrivcd in Bend Friday
evening for a short visit with his
mother aiid sister, MYs. C. A. and
Miss Grace Junes. He leaves Sun
day moriililg for Seattle, where
he intends to engage in business for
The SlnHe station at Hobbs'
place has been moved to the Moses
Nishwauger homestead, ami is
now kudW as the Powell Duties
station. The telephone has also
Ihxu mo'Veri to this place. Mr. and
Mrs. Nlshwonger tend the station
Horc.it Quimby arrived in Bend
Thursday morning enroutc to
his home at The Meadows. About
two mouths ago Mr. Quimby was
culled to the Willamette valley by
the serious illness of his aged father.
The old gentleman was much bet
ter when Mr. Quimby left him.
Hor Traric Hor land in Ivastern
Oregbu, 130 acre farm eight miles
from Salem; 40 ncres in wheat, 25
in oats, 30 in grass and orchard ;
balance in timber; well watered.
I Good eight-room house, good barn,
1 close to school. Also residence
J. W. Recti returned Wednesday
night from Portland where he had
been with his sou Jrvin. who is
hnviug his eyes trenferi. All hopes
of saving the eye that ,was" punc
tured is now abandoned , ns it is
drying up. Irt healing two small
sores on the other Aye, n film has
appeared. This film is now being
operated 6h' fn1 Hopes of removing
WoVk 6'n the dam at the head
gates soYrth of town is being pushed
tight along although it is a slow
job on account of the strength of
the river current nt that place.
Jfoine of the wOVkmen are deepen-
ling the intake channel from the
fiver to the gates about three feet.
This will Help' largely in throwing
a much greater" volume of water into
WeduesdW afternoon wliile Mr'.
nikrv$"f:tfi, irv. Chapman were out!
on the desert six or1 seven mile,s
east of Bend. tlcy saw n herd of
dcer,'comprisVn)j, sbmc 15 or 20
miimafs'.'Vhn, first started the
deer weVe frpiu 100 to 200 yards
away"buW"rr Chapman followed
and gf6Y wltliin a short 'distance of
tlietnti about 200 or 300 fe,et. They
seemed .very tame for such timid
OuV Tligli Orade Goods offered. Service and Low Prices, Merit It
,. &iW -.
PILOT feUttlE INN
A. C. LUCAS, MroprHe'tor ;
Tables supplied with all the delicacies 6fitiVscalsoi
Hirst-class ISquipmcnt Pine Rooms and IJcJs
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All stages stop at the hotel door
Kvery cash purchaser cun have a Grand ICnterUincr -a Talk
iug Machinein the home. Wc arc giving them away. Get
informed and save our coupons.
I property in Salcm.
j Turner, Or.
Registration up to this morning
is as follows: Bend precinct, re
publicans 39, democrats 16, total
45; Deschutes precinct, republican
13, deniticrats a, socialists 2, no
party 1, total 24.
Robert J, McCartti and C. W.
Jenson p'asml through Bend Tues
day on their return trip from Prine
ville to the Purveyors camp at Lava.
While here one of their horses was
taken sfck Which delayed them a
The datice last night by the
Modern Wdddtridrt Was quite a suc
cessful affair, althollgh the masque
rade part df the programme did not
bmountito hutch) Uktly a few mask
ing. Mrs. 4. o. Minor drew
the lady's hrfzeattd Al Howell the
gentemau;j:, vbdth prises being $2
in cash. Prized Were awarded the
persons holding the fortunate
tickpts. The receipts were $73,
while the Roydl.NeighborB took in
8 by serving iurirkr.
"Dad'! West tviLi bdt ytstcrday
with a subscription paper to raise a
fund to build,i a sidewalk bn two
sides of the Baptist church. In a
very short tittle he had secured
f 17.75 in cash arid Id days' work
promised. J I .Is, hoped to haVe a
walk built from HsteWrtet's corner
to connect ,wtb the chllrch walk
and there is much probability that
property owners casj ol the church
will build ,as far as tlipTdhti Over-
turf corner, and no dodbl further
cast. , ,
Since Ihc siln'eyors left Bend
someorie has killbd a cnlf, removal
the hide nuri left part of the carcass
cIo.se tq the river bank near where
the surveyors were cam'fcd. Water
from tlie rains and sudw drains
from this into the river above the
point where Bend's water" is taken
out. It should be remembered by
all that it is strictly against the law
to contaminate the water of a
river that is used for domestic pur
poses in any such manner as the
Wednesday evening Mr. stud
Mrs. P. O. Minor gave a 'delight
ful dinner party to a few frictids.
lablc decorations were in commem
oration of Washington's birthday.
Running around the tabic 'Was a
strip of green crepe tissue paper.
On this at each plate -.rns a tiny tent
with n flag flyiiig from the top nlld
Washington's picture on the flap.
Within the tent were several Stuffed
dates to represent cannon balls.
Payors consisted of a little, red card
hatchet tied to a card, with ribbon.
On the card appeared a limerick
descriptive of some momentous
period in tile life of the person for
For ShcrltC ,
To the teptililicnu voters of Crook
county: , , . .
1 hereby uijnouncc .tuyjclf nji acniuU
date fur tlie rcrmhlR'nit nomination for
the ofllcc of Hhcrilt of Crook cou nly, un
der the provisions U11 tin! direct pninary
law, nud suldect to the decision of tlie
republican electors of this county, .
Whims W. lliiowrr, Hcisler.
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( RALPH SHELDON
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
Amendments to De Voted On.
Saturday, Pebruary x, was the
last day for the filing of propostdJ
amendments with the Secretary ot
State, on which day six measures'
were added to the four already filed
The bills and proposed amendments
to be voted upon arc as follows:
The Jr,oou,ooopproptIUon bUI ps
ed hj the tut Icf.UUture and held up by
the referendum petitions.
The local option bill proposed by the
Liquor Dealers' association as an amendi
nienl to the present local option law.
The bill filed by the owners of the,
Harlow road, requiring the stale to buy
the road for the sutn of tii.ooo.
The proposed constitutional amend-mi-rtt
filed by the Kqual SnflrsRe league,
extending the elective franchise to
A bill by the People's Power league,
malcfns; it unlawful for public service
corpcrrations to give passes or free or re
duced rate service lo public officials.
A bUI by the State Grange levyinc a
license tax upon the gross earnings of
refrigerator and sleeping cars and oil
A coni'titutional amendment proposed
by the Te-ople's rower League to amend
Section 1 of Article XII so that the
public printing will be entirely within
the control' of the legislature, and may
te let by co ntract, or a printer -elected or
appointed, upon a salary or oiner com
An amendment proposed by the Peo
ple's Power Ltague o amend Article IV
of the constitu tion so that the referen
dum may tie denandetl upon any item,
or section of a h ill, aud extending the
rights of initiative andrefercndutn to
An amendment proposed by the Peo-i
pie's Power League to amend bcction I
and a of Article XVI I so that one legis.
lanve asMiuiiiy tnay lUDnm conxiiu
tlonal amendments, .id that when the
vote upon niueudment hs been can
vaMcd by the govenor ind a majority
found in its favor, he sh all proclaim it
adopted, and it shall then be a part of
the constitution, beyond the power of
thccourtii to pass ujxn; .lsO tliat no
law for n constitutional coim ntion shall
lc in force until approved by vote of
An amendment proposed by the Peo
ple's Power League to amend Section
aof Article XI giving the lcira.' voters
of n muuiciiulity power to Iran te and
adopt their own charter, and forb.'dding
the legislature lo create municipal corporations.
Z. F. MOODY3
Coniraission and 'forwarding
SMANIKO. - OREQON. .
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Prompt attention paid to those who
favor me with their patronage
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All Widths, lengths and Thicknesses
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CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION.
PSlot Butte Development
l clear I cl&iily t ptlly cloud)'
1'rrelpUitlou on itth - USln.
A. II. Quaiit. Voluntary Obtcrircr.
Another Building Up"
Restaurant and Bakery
Board nnd Rooms "The Home"
will Lxi opened for business Wednes
day, Feb. i, 190O. "Up to date"
Iri "every resiiect. Call and see us
as ydu co throttah here. We will
Vise yo right.
H. F. JONES Prop,
, Notice to the Public.
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jf. iWig,r to nnuouncii thrtt no groceries or druggists 'sundries
' f'Ytf'UbcstiUl by'me on' S'luitlay' wilder nljy consideration.
itittfo aurfiinodicine.'f Will li s:pld oir .these days butXltat Is all.
,rS will bcplc'flMtt.bavc :rou cah 6ti aViy d'tliet Uay t
pIias- (t nin nrimtjpAtJnv fine lines "of croceties and nru3. A
) InUJlL r.Anl nt hlvU 4Xtl m TrtU 11 lV"tWrtP(1 tt HfflVe lit flYv
store to-clnv when I will be re "adv. to. make Volt SOifie 'especially
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