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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1906)
j. J, C. Caldwell of Koidiuid win a
icml culler Monday liud.
V. I'. Vainlevcft wan in Hund
from IiIm up-river ranch ycMurdiiy.
V. I. Koliuttiton imim!I lluotU'.h
JJcinl Tiiwtdiiy on hi way to Silver
firov Caldwell of Pine Motintnii,
(jr.. wiimii IiiinIikmh cullur iti IJimjiI
John Steidl returned Wediiidny
rveiiiiiK I'om a visit or wveial
ivrrki in Mliinenoin.
C J. Iiikmiii of ScHtlle was in
Ikiid the lit it of lite week looking
fur hind Investment.
Ilcrmttt Row. it Portland travel-
.litfr, mIiiiunh. wan doing hmiiitrM
ill Ik-lld lt Monday.
K. V. McCoufKilt of Prinevillc,
one of the iiiotiwri of lilt country,
h-hn I lend visitor Wednesday.
I.. II. McCrttiu took ft loud of
hriVk to In hutttvtiteiid in 19-12 tliU
morning tu hv used in building a
Hiiy your bskery good l the
Htwle KeMurmit. Tlw vry bent of
Uw, caktit, duu(iiuuMi cookies,
lnd. etc. ,Qif
A. J. KobiitMHi brought loud
of grain mt Hour from 1'riiievllk
Weduesdsy for k. li. MttUig mid
!:. A. .Sslhtf.
A fine Hoc of nitk novelties, jwr
CMkf. gingham, dimities. Iswti
ottd summer underwear at The Pine
Tre store.- J utt nrriveil from the
M.Kelly and M. A. Wood of
CrodkstoM, Minn., amved in Itcnri
Tuesday and will upend some time
IrWcttignling timber land here
about. 11 C. Swver of Mill. City, Moo
tauaiM, made a visit to Iteud re
cently. He crnttr to look over Uud
in ibis vicinity with a view of in-
Arthur CUKliier of I'rinevillc but
spent tlte greater (Mil of the
week In Western Crouk, at llnd,
Niftier and I .aid law attending to
"Doc" Haiti hikI Goorf Sliolxirt
UnuKbt in two load of hat from
Powell l'tittert Wedneiday for the
I'. II. 1) Co. Returning Mr. Sliobert
took hia household Rood to hit.
homestead at the Utile.
Mn. John K. Kyan nrrivel in
llend from Chicago last Tues
day evening, and .the and Mr.
Iyan are now topping at the Pilot
ilutte Inn. Thev will make llend
their future place of residence.
, On account of reachiug iwivice
at the church next Sit inky evening
the monthly ttiiiiwcration inueting
of the ChriMiau Endeavor society
wijl licgin at 7 o'clocK .sharp. Sub
Ml 'What U true hamiiHe?"
Lykr f 30 36 A collection will
x taken to purchase new Mng
uzoks, no come preared a'ccordiug-
Dollars arc wfiut iwXt mon are
idler., ,Wc want theiu that we
nirfy- pucclufi thwe tliiuKS in
life wlijch ye utoBt desire.
There n,re ninny viyj jo ob
tain dollars ,, ., ,
One Hood way is to adver
tise the goods you have for
..ale , ,
Let the people know you
arc in busiuuM
.Show them you arc alive
Advertise in The Ilullctiu.
A ranch for sale, stock,
wagons, household good s,
or any.tiuufji you wish
tlose of Muriild be
Jfi The Bulletin.
.,l(;cause it will .
tfoods mid briiifi
Do it now.
. . , ;' I ,
WCVf 111 )i
Hit Mrs. Ileiirv Ifiil,.
t -..! . fv "
iiciki irom ureir iionieitvar
K F.Hiuilh, of the IKitowcr
i ,?."lll.Il.('" WM " I'lioilicHH caller
in llend Tuesdiiv.
Chief (irnliam, or the Orenon
.aHtern urvuyiiiK crew, was a
llend visitor Tliurwlnv
1 tiy your swi wlient, diickcu
feed and chop ,it the llend l.ivcry
V. I riuiNfer Co's feed nlore. .jytf
J. K. Meeker, who haw a home-
stead in the Sinters country, was a I
viauor tu ueiiti the first of tlit week.
Ollice room for rent in the Pilot
Untie Development Co.'s office
building. Apply Hi Ihe counwny's
Mr. and Mrs. fJeorge O Neil of
I'ofeal were llend visitora U'mlnek.
day. They were on their wav t
NetlSmilhof Superior, Wis., was
viaiting during the first jrl of Ihe
week at the home of his nephew, J.
N. Hunter. '
Jul in, a fine lot of ladies' sum
mer akirts and boyi.' suite Come
in and see our goods and prices,
I'iuv Tree Store. ,ttf
R. A Puett was in lleml, from
his Tuiiialo homestead. While
here he brought a ijuaulily of Iwrb
wire for fences on his ranch.
A. I,, (loodwillie is having 11
Hidewaik buill along his lots on
Oregon street. These lota lie rlnect
ly casl of the IJaptUt church.
V.. A. Orifin and J N. Hunter
lei l Wednesday for Silver I.ake to
piar as witiieases for iMtrtiest
making final p-oof 011 timber
W. T. Hammer of Haystack wa
in llcud Inal Saturday looking after
mattcri ohtictd. He is seeking
the nomination for county clerk 011
tlw democratic ticket.
In connection with his fine line
of candies, tobaccos, dates and
stationery, A. 11. Grant also hns a
stock of vegetables, Ktatocs, edr
rots, rutaUiKus. onions, etc. .)ytf
On and after March 1, the Steele
Restaurant will again be o'Kiied,
when meals will be furnished to the
Hiblic Regular meals, 35c. Fur
nished rooms in connection, .jytf
Work haialready been fuiLshed on
the new sidewalk around the lUp
tist church. "Dad" Wet had a
crew of men at work Wetluesday,
and lite work was 50011 completed.
Por rent So acres of ditch laud,
near 1'orked Horn lluttc, about 20
acres cultivated last seasou, reason
able rates. Call on or write to
Tom hungdon, Redmond Oregon
The cutting of the big pine trees
on Oregon street is a great im
provement. It helMi greatly to
own up that part of (he. town to
view, and makes it much more
The work of shingling the new
school Iioum! has been delayed for
several days 011 account of running
out of stain fur the. shingles. A
supply arrived Tuesday and the
work will now go forward.
J. C. Lewis and John Jackson re
turned Wednesday from n visit of
scvcial weeks in Portland and have
resumed their work for the D. I. &
P. Co. Mr. Lewis is taking nu in
ventory ot the company's property
in this region.
R. 11. Mutxig had some large
pine trees cut down the, first of the
week that were .standing on his'
lots. Also three or four that were
standing in the street, he having
svemeu iermissioii irom me council
to cut the latter.
Phillip Krnucis returned from
Shauiko Tuesday afternoon with a
large loud of freight for- W. S.
Nichol. He reported the roads as
very bad in some places and said it
was a very hard trip.. He was ac
companied by A. Moore.
C. h. ilurricy of Portland arrived
in Iteud the first of the week to
take the plrfcc(pf- Miss Anne Mid
lam as stenographer for the D. I.
cvi r. Co, Miss Miulam lms re
signed her position and will leave
for her home at Portland.
A M. Zcverly of Princvile has
been in, llend during the week, He
is game warden for this district and
left .some blank hunter's appli
cation for license with C. D. Rrown,
where prospective hunters can se
cure them by paying (he fee.
A llcud citicftj handed The
Bulletin the following, which is
timely and to ,t(he ipoiut: "When
you "meet n '.knocker' don't pnt
rouizc hintj. Don't listen to him.
J lit him, where his brains ought tq
be, kick him where they arc."
' Thoiuu T. Kerl of Coeur d'(
Alenc', Idaho, was. 11 guest at the
llofel llcud several days the first of
tha.week. Mr, Kcrl n'a an expen
sive loud owner pear J7nnniiiBton,
Tjdaho, ntidt,wa.'XfJfooUiug over the
llend country with a viewyiof in
yestlug.' He fa considering' ' the
advisability of.n,Giug.iuto,th satrch,
Uusincs.iiion a large scale, raising
large: heavy draft horses for city
fcru 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 11 1 iiMiniiiiiii f
mv a ' : na3w-
Wlv WANT A SHARP, OK YOUR TRADH I'OR.
Our High f J rude (Joods ofTen-d, S;rvice and Low Prices, Merit It
"' Kvery cash purchaser can have a Grand Hntcrtalncr a Talk
ing Mm bine in the home. We arc giving them away. Cet
informed and save our c'HijKJin.
WHIvRKdid you get that fine
A LI-ALFA II A V? Why, at the
Ik-nd Livery it Transfer Co's feed
store, where they sell it at $1650
a ton. 4;tf
Last Sunday a party Qf 17 timber
aethers arrived in Hend on their
way to Silver Lake. They were
Iwing piloted by C. M. Hulbody of
Portland. They were a very en
thusiastic crowd and prophesied
great things for the future of the
Deschutes valley. They will re
turn through here some time the
first of next week.
Most iHirsistcul rumors have been
circulating through liend the last
two or three days that V. C. Row
lee had resigned as local superinten
dent of the I). I. & I'. Co apd that
J C. Lewis had succed him to that
jKHition. Also that J. 0. Johnston
had resigned as general manager of
the company and I. S. Stanley had
leen elected his successor. Last
evening Mr. Lewis denied to a
Bulletin reporter any knowledge
whatever of such change, branding
the story without any foundation
The large juuiier tree north of
The Bulletin office has been the
scene of great activity on the part
of the rud-brcsted robin the last few
days. The tree has been filled
from morning till night with these
clear toned songsters, feeding on
the juniper berries. To say there
were 15c birds there atone time
would riot be exaggerating the
truth. The robins on one side and
the blacti-birds on the other, with
their constant calling all daylong,
makes one feel as though spring
had come in earnest.
Discovery has lccn made of out
crop'pings of coal in the Trout creek
region by Wade Houston, and
iurther drillings and investigation
shows indications of a valuable
coal deposit. A company composed
of Henry and Wade Houston, Hi
ram Ray and Martin Barney of
Ashwood, Walter O'Ncil and A.
1 nomas of I'rinevillc has been
formed to more fully investigate
this find and if the showing war
rants it the company will undoubt
edly develop this property. Filings
have been made on tj6o acres in
the Trout creek region. Samples
of the coal which Have, been tested
burned to n fine a'sli and give every
indication of being n first-class
Last Friday, 'complaint was
brought against Hugh O'Knnc for
not complying with the provisions
of certain city .ordinances. These
ordinances provide that persons
running, a bowling alley or n billard
or pool table shall pay license fees
to the city. Mr. O'Kane has never
done tilts., 'f ho complaint contain
ed three counts, namely: first, run
ning bowling alley without paylhg
license; second, billard and pool,
table; third, pool table in connection,
with cigar store. It is understood
that O'Kane will fight the charge
ou the grounds that the city was
not legally incorporated and there-
My Groceries Are Here ,
1 . H. - .,
K t , One of the finest lines' rjf.grdcbties tat ever came to Crook
cqutity arrived at my store this week and is now on my shrives
awaiting yottr insiiectiou. When yoh want goott goods com to
our store,. Our prices -il cppiuetv wilh any in tli,e uppor. XHh
chu'tjC vnljfcy, ( Allbusirjssrttdiiftco.hbas.
., Stdre will be, closed on Sunday .except for drugs drid tatd
icitics. No druggists' auirurlewilUbe soldJi ', .'HL'.,
IfnrolliH nrrliurii1r tiro null ntirl
void. The case Will be heard be
fore Justice KIIN next Monday.
Ovid Riley is building a bam on
his homestead four miles north of
town. The structure is to be 32X
Go feet with 30 foot posts.
MILL AT SISTUKS STARTS.
ilni, 150,000 Feet of Logs Cut Which
It Will Saw Other News Notes.
MisTKKH, 1'cli. 8. Wilson Ilro. rx
jiecl to commence work at their saw mill
in a few day. Thomas & Holon, who
arc cutting logs, have 150,000 feet of log
cut ami will f. -in work as soon as the
X round settles.
Mr. ami Mr. William iUimtnson, wlio
have been visiting at Long Hollow ranch,
Tlte Crook County Journal wonders
what we iieonlr ill the western part of
the county want. If they will just wait
until after election they will sec, without
akiug, what w get.
Newt. Cobb was in town the first of
the tfeck buying a new two-faced ax to
Krub junior with. Wc arc afraid his
tieiullbors will be without shade this
George Taylor was in town Monday
getting Dr. Turley's thoroughbred l)el
Norte colt shod .
Thomin Neal, who has been in the em
ploy of Thco. Shan), nrtivcil III to wit at
noon Monday ou his way to wbrk tor the
Utack lluttc Co. He was n guest at the
It. 11. Sparks, general manager of the
Illack lluttc Co., was in town Monday
attending to Imsiness.
Arthur Clothier and J. ZCvcrlcy spent
Kcvcral days in town attending tq busi
ucss and having a general good time.
They were guests at tile Sisters Hotel.
Joseph Kistucr spent one day and
niKiit here visiting Willi his
Messrs. Miller and Zuulwalt.
- Wc are informed that Scroeeeus &
Alliugham havo secured, tjiv stage line
from I'rinevillc here mill that the sched
ule is arranged sU the mail gets here at
1 1 p. in. and leaves at 2 a. m. Great,
Rum boots arc ill demand in Sisters as
the mud is less tllitu knee deep.
l'rank Kumwnlt dud-Miss l.orn Graham
were paying Mis lira's parents a visit
last Saturday am Sunday at Illack Ilutte,
returning Sunday .evening. Frank, drives
a swell team these days.
Phillip CntKiu,' traveling uidn for the
Honey man Hardware Co., and Mr. Hall,
his trnvcliiig.comp.iuiou, arrived hi Sis
ters Sunday and are guests of the Sisters
Hotel. , , .
John .muljiviie Taylor were visiting
in town last Sunday.
'iliaui Wood returned the 35th from
a business trip to Priucvillc.
:- Advertised Letters.
The, following is a list of letters
regaining uncalled-for in the Bend
postofflcc February aG, 1906:
ttylaud, Mrs. O. ll. Nicholson, W. S.':
Hell. . S, Halley & OrndolT
Davis, K. O: Oik, George ,
Marsh, l'red Weasner, i. A
Persons calling for these letters
will please feay they are advertised.
A.. H. GHANX. Postmaster.
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all the cfellcaclos of the season
yrst-claas Kfpiipmcnt Vfrie Rooms and Beds
ii I I. . i trr' ii mi
All stages stop at the hotel door
General Black, smithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSE25HOEING A SPECIALTY
Our slnop is located
aim Fs MOODY
SHANIKO, - ORnao.N
Large, CommocTious Warehouse. Consignmculs Solicited
Prompt attention paid to those who
favor me with then patronage
A Complete Stock of
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
All Widths, Letigths and Thicknesses
T. & G. FLOORING
WINDOW dASING '
O. G. BASEBOARD
O. G. BATONS
P. B. D. PATENT ROOFING
CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION.
Pilot Butt6 Development
Tell Mm Neishtef
Ma tt jvclc'ornvtsUor to your
fireside THE BEND BULLE
TIN ia each veek.
opposite Baptist Church.
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