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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1906)
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A. U. Kntoltenct wan iinioiijj tlic
l'riucvillc vinllorH tlita week.
Will Wilton wan in town Tiiei-
diiy front lite 1 1 unwell nincli.
Dr. U. C. Coc made n btiHlncm
trip to l'rinuvilltf Wudnauliiy.
John Ovcrlurf took a bunlne
'trip to I'rinuvillc WeduoNilny.
Strawberries) will lw on wile at
A. II. tiranl'tttitorc tills wuelc.
J. C. llnrp.ol of Oakland, Cnl.,
'came to Ikud last nle,lit on butt!-,
Mrs. Duncan McMillan entertain'
ud a few friuds Tliur.Mlny after
. l.oroy M. and iJImcrJ. Covet l
Werc up to ISuitd from I.aldlnw last
i L. C. Wliittnl, of Redmond,
sj-cnL several days in Ilcnd tlic first
of the week.
R. II. Wlckhnm went to I'rine
vllle the first of the week, return
J. X. Hunter this week onclou;.!
hi, back yard with a picket fence
for hi.i chickens.
Mrs. 0. W. WliltMstt went to
Redmond Monday, John I,. Kcvcr
driving her down. ,
, J. V. Johnson built n thruebonrd
vfuuett around the back of his lot on
Wall street thin week.
Mrs. C. M. Weymouth is fepctu!
.Iiir n few ilny.1 with Mrs. Will Wil
son at the llatwcll much.
Ralph Sheldon Is this week put
titiK in a central Harden on his lot
Which he fenced last week.
I'. I,. Capias, representing the
Iloiicymnii Hardware Co , of I'ort
land, wrtK in Ileud Wednesday.
Kveryoitc who wishes to vote at
the June election and who has not
yet registered, should do so now.
Good jmslura with water, for
horses, two miles east of I tend, $3
jcr month. W. R. Wilkinson.
Mrs. George Ilrostcrhous return
,ed Wcdnesdny from her visit with
relatives and friends at I'rinevdleJ
, Mrs. W. II. Stnats, C. M. Wey
jiuouth, G. W. Whitsett and John
Hlo&s went to Iriiicvillc Wodueti-
Tom I.anun, Nick I'rcnch. J.
T. Ciuuu and Calvin Dlnir of Red
mond, wore visitor in Iteud Mon
day. J.N. Hunter, K.J. Hrookiucs
'and W. J. Ward left Inst Sunday
for Oilell where they are looking
over tlttilxjr lauds.
S. C. Caldwell went to Redmond
the first of the week to help II. R.
S.itcltwell build the house 011 his
ItotituMcad near- Redmond.
Kiuost jUfeortitieut of candies,
nuts, fruits, cigars and tobacco at
the l'ost Office store. All the latest
periodicals. A II. Grant. tf
W. 1?. Hoguc, J. V. Rogue and
'J. S. Rogue returned from Por.tlnud
last Sunday, niter a week's absence
from their home nt Roslattd.
Mrs. II, M. Gibbs nud Miss
Miller, of I.avern, Minn., arrived
' in Rend Tuesday and will make
final proof on timber claim,
Dr. Nichol plowed up the ground
back of his store this week and rati
TiTo Central Ore
gon Banking 3b
Transacts n (lenernl Hank
Acts as Administrator, lix
ecutor or Trustee of Estates
Issues Drafts rind Hnnk
Money Orders on all Foreign
Interest on Time Deposits.
Safe Deposit Uoxcsi
Hire 1 11 sum nee 1
A. M. Druke, A. I...OouJvlllle,
l'rutflik-iit, Vice Pre.
J, M. Lawrence, Kccrctnry.
1', 0. Minor, Cushlcr.
IHWI), . .. ,OIU'ON
ii board fence mound it. He is
putting In a general garden.
S. G. Iladlcy of Spokane, Wash.
hud h'ls sister Mrs. John Hays, of
Uvppuer, panned through llrlld
Monday on their way to Silver I.ake.
Mr. ami Mrs. C. D. Rowu arriv
ed in Ikud Muuday evening nud arc
furnishing thct new home. They
will occupy the LaWrence residence
The II M. Co. nud W. R Lnklu
have cleaned up the grounds at the
luck of their business buildings and
arc talking of making a tenuis
Latest style of spring and sum
mer hats for ladies and children
now 011 display, at reasonable pri
ces, at New York Cash Store. Laid
Tlic I). I. & P. Co's crew that
were camped a few miles cast of
town completed their repair work
this week pud yesterday moved
back to Redmond.
J. D. Honcymaii and Duncan
McMillan went to Princville the
first of the week on business con
cerning their suit with A. M. Drake
mid A. h. Goodwillie.
Tom Parmcutcr built a new flue
and made other improvements this
week oij his property on Hand and
Minnesota streets, which he recent
ly purchased of Henry Hedges.
C. M Rcdfield and Attorney J
M. Hall representing the I). I. &
P. Co., were up from Redmond
Tuesday looking up evidence to
be presented in the suit with the
Pilot Unite Co.
George I'inlcy of Portland, A. J.
Gregg of Astoria, and Thomas
Itruudou of Halscy, Wash., passed
through Rend Monday curoutc to
Christmas Lake where they extwet
lo invest in land.
John L. Kcvcr took Mrs. Sarah
Hunter, Mrs. Audaway and Mins
liittma Troy over to Sisters this
morning. Mrs. Hunter and Ms.
Atulimviv nro point tn tlirir 1mmi.
steads and Miss Troy is koIiik to
look over timber laud
. A party composed of Mr, nud
,Mrs. A. M. Drake, Mayor Good
j. wiLKiiuiu, j. O.
ti irj..i.t r o
Crocker, Misses Grace Jones, j
Marion Wiest and Ruth Rcid went 1
up to Iknliani Palls last Saturday
and spent the day fishing.
Pr. Coons this spring put out
300 apple trees at his ranch, he also
has nil kinds of sfnall fruit, such us
currants, raspberries nud strawber
ries. He has lettuce large enough
for the table nud in n few days will
have many vegetables ready for
W. R. Wilkinson reports that ;
garden vegetables on his home-'
btend in 19-12 ate up and doing I
nicely. These arc on ground that ,
has had no irrigation. Mr. Wilkin-
.sou intends setting out quite a few
fruit and shade trees at his much
Mr. nud Mrs. A. T. Moore moved
into town from their ranch the first
of the week. They will occupy the
house vacated by the Rnrucs family
last fall, which property now be
longs to Dr. Coc, and is situated 011
the west side of the river near the
Pilot Huttc saw mill, Mr. Moore
will work for ue ' " Po
ll. C. Ullis and Dr. U. C. Coc
this week set otttnbdut 3,000 apple
trees and 400 shade trees on Mr.
Kills' ditch land north of town.
The apple dees are small grafts, of
severiu dilfeient varieties,
shade trees nre elm, locust,
and nsh. This is 11 partnership
business, Mr. Kllis furnishing the
laiul nud Dr, Coc the trees.
Tom Triplctt nud family arrived
in Ikud riast night. Mr.
Triplctt left Ikud 'Several months
ago and, wjwit ' to North Carolina
wlicr he invested in n flour Ihill.
IT- .ImIak .I. . I. .A 1 ... 1.1 1.1.. 1..
inv .luut.-i nun 111: huh "sum ma in
terests iii the mill nud has returned
to Ikud to remain permanently.
He says that there isno place 'like
Oregon and the Deschutes valley
for lii in.
Henry Linster has cleared
ic-ticcd'h large tract of laud on
west side 01 .the river opposite the
Liusttrsaw luill nnd hna set out
400 apple trees. The laud not oc-
cupletl by the fruit trees has been
sown to smnll grain. A rotary ,
iniinp has beep instnlletl at the mill
by menus al which witter mny be 1
pumped onlo the liltfhbiJtf point of
'he lqjta.-for ( jrHgSUpu 'pUrposes.
On the east. side of tfte river Mr.
Linster' Jins renceU nbout three-
fourths of an acre wJtb a substati .
a . , . . j-
tint bdnrd'ftttcc, -aW 'tlls' lie will
put into general golden truck. A
tm Jll J.III.I.U'l ILU.I.U" U
iwwn miii'i ii" n.
WK WANT A SIIARIJ 01' YOUR TRADK FOR
Our High Grade Goods offered, Service nud I.oHv Traces, Merit It
Every cash purchaser can have a Grand Ktitcrtaiiicr a Talk
ing Machine in the home. We are giving them away. Get
informed and save our coupons.
large tank is to be constructed
water this garden plat.
Woman's Right lo Vote.
Arc you a voter? If so, reed and
consider the following:
Arc women citizens of the United
States? It has been so decided by
the United Slntcs supreme court.
llnsevcrycilircn of the United
States n voice in making or exe
cuting its laws? No women citi
Is the property of. women citizens
subject to taxation nud held under
the same conditions and liabilities
-M .P,hc.r Iroicrty? Yes, nud
(.women nave no volqe in making
lexccutitii the inw. it f
i9 i,i,e Immortal declaration of
i.mln that TliU u n ommim...i
of the people, for the pcPlc ant- y
... ..,... ... . .. Wfta. ..
the people" true? Only In part.
Women arc not only "people" but
arc also citizens, nud yet arc de
nied participation in this govern
Does the right of suflrngc impose
n duty or nn obligation to exercise
thnt right? It. is the duty of every
good citi.eu to promote the welfare
of. the people and of the government
with whom and under which he
lives by every lawful means in his
power. It is, therefore, his.duty to
vote in the selection of those who
innkc or execute the laws. There
is no legal obligation. Is it asufii
cieut reason, because some women
citizens do not desire equal suflrngc,
that all should be denied that right?
Is it just to women citizens who
arc subject to and who assist in
supporting a government to deny
them n voice in that government?
In short, is it just thnt they should
be classed with minors, idiots, in
sane and criminals?
Will you du what you can to re
move this siiguta, nud.ilo justice to
wives, mothers hud sisters, by your
vote for equal suffrage on June 4th,
1906? AiiiA S. Watt,
NOTICE OF SALE OP UNI'AtUN-
I . w-TGD SWAMP LANDS.
Notice is hereby given that the
jStnte Land Roard will receive scaled
bids Until two o'clock is m. July
1 34, 1 you, for any interest the state
j may have in the following described
unpatented Swamp Lauds, to-wlt:
I The NUtf , N-i of SR.f , BWtf
(of Slitf and SKtf of 3W; of
I Section 24 and W yA of Secticfn 25,
Tp. 25 S., R.6 1?., the lands in
' Section 33 being uusurveyed.
, All bids must be accompanied by
nn application nud affidavit to pur-
chnse in accordance with Section
3302 of Relliuger jin.d Cotton's Code
aim uecianiojiis pruvuieu uy oec-
. ."f.t".l-. .
tioti 3303 nmruy cash or check for
full amoudt bilered.
No bid forIss titan $1.00 per
ncrfc will be cfuisidered.
The right reject any nnd nil
bids Is rese'ffcd.(1,
AprtlcAWous hud bids should be
ntldnmsSl, tift G. C. 'Drown, clerk
Stntfi ,L&ud BrtufU,' Shlem, Oregon,
nnd tunrRCd, '"Amplication and bid
to purcljnse Unpatented Swnmp
Lands ' ' G. G. Bhown.
u ClerU-State Piid1 Bodrtl,"
Dated this 26th day of April, 1906
II W. Reed returned to Jlend
Tuesday, driving over the tnotiii-'
tains. Mrs. Reed and the children
will come in by the way of Shani-
! ko. Mr. Reed has returned to stay
and will now farm his laud, which
lies under the Arnold ditch south
of Bend. He went out to his ranch
yestcrdny, taking sufficient wire to
fence the entire place.
Dr. I. L Scoficld, dentist, oN
Redmond, will be in Bend prepared
to do nil kinds of dental work on
May 14, 15 and 16. Office will be
nt Pilot Butte Inn.
Notice to the Public.
I hnvc now a complete line of.
Gents' nnd Boys' Suits, fresh nnd
clean, just arrived from the Knst,
Also hats, caps and n full line of
i-hoes. In fact everything to wear
from head to foot. Come in nnd
sec them nt Pink Tkhk Stokk.
rAssn.voiw train timk card.
Iwumt mo. I.
. . lUr CatiytHi limcllon.
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....Otnu Vl.ty ....
Diily itijc connection at fthnlWo for Antcl
oik'. ITiucklltc, llcnil, llurm, hllcr t.We, LLo
view, Mitchell. DJyvillr, Antotir. Athwootl, Can
yon City. John lUy City nml I'omiI.
It I). WOODIIHKKV,
, shitiilko. Orr
and union Pacific
St. Louis . ...
' dcoaii BteaiiAers 'between For'Uii'l
nud San Frnitcisco every five dt'S,
Tickets to anil from nil parts of
the United States, Canada nud
For'AKticulars. call on or address
JASlREkANDr Jfith v
The Dalles, Oregon.
C " LVTI.K.
1' ami 1" A
PILOT BUTTE INN
A.C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables sfipplicd with all the 'delicacies of the scafcfln
Iirst-class I'quipmcnt Fine Rooms and Beds
All stages stop
General Blacksnuthing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
UtT" Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
TsarZ. F. MOODY
''Coinniission and forwarding
, SMANIKO, - OREOON
Large, Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited
' M'rOtnpt attention paid to those who
laror roc wun incir jwironac
, . SOUTHBOUND
LeavcShaniko 6 p. m.
Arrive Princville 7 a. m.
Leave Princville 12:30 p. in.
Arrive Bend 7:00 p. ni.
PASSEKGEK.,ANP FREIGHT RATES REASONALE
Behd Livery &
J. FRANK STROUD, Manager
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
Horses Boardkd av tiiu Day, Wkkk or Month
First-Class Livery RIrs
Roud itrctt, betwern Stlnncol cud Orcxon,
-- BEND'S NEW "
1 " . WALT. TRKT, Opposite B M Co.
TflE finest stock of FRESH
,;V!EATS in Crook County.
Cji;ed iVeats and Lard and all
$he'Accessories of a First-Class
Market. Everything: new and
of the best. WH 1TE & Ii 1 LL.
always give toe
ate sold within
FREEt Stud mm 4 aJdtai a
.i " - -
Ho matter how bljf IHeVbltd,' a matter how
..lft l.a fllnkt unit 3 nVlnr. it. to , btT
Ktralirht ahootini? wFnhe8terllileawi
at the hotel door
TO SMANIKO IN ONE DAY
CT A fiF IINP
Leave Bend 6:00 a.
Arrive Prineville 12:00
Leave Prineville 1 p.
1 a. in.
FOR TRAVELLING PUBLIC
Phone No. 15
bevy its plumage or
with a Ion p. ttrour.
r.hotgun. Kctulta tue what
.best Jfiuha in field, fowl or trap
rcaco 01 cveryooay s pocKieo9,
foiltt tr4 tit r Urf UluttrtJ taUlet,