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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1906)
. ft. A. Kendall of Redmond
Ilctul Saturday lust.
Tom Hynn was in town Tuesday
Trom nfij up-river rnich.
Horn Mondiiy, to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Theodore Tweet, n f-irl baby.
Strawberries will be on sale at
A., II. Grant's store this week. 8tf.
Ovid Riley was in Ilend Thorn
day attending to business niattcrs.
Mrs. 1,. I). WioHt and Mist
Marion 1ixint the day last Wednes
day vifcitiuK at the Ovid Riley
Miss Mac Read came up from
l'riucville the first of the week to
siKMid a few days visiting her rela
I). A. Findley of Rostand passed
through Ilend Wednesday on Ids
way tb northern points,
Good r)a.sttir with water, for
liorses. two mile east of Rend, $2
lr month. W. R. Wilkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson and
ou were in Iteud WednerJdny. Mr.
Wilson is cashier of the Crook
Robert Rowser, who has been
working for the post two months at
Hcdinoiid and vicinity, returned to
He ml Monday.
F. S. Stanley of Portland nnd F.
C. Rowlce of Redmond arrived in
llcnd Wednesday to attend to I). I,
& 1. business matters.
Mis. Sherwood, whose serious
illuiMM whs noted last week, died
were taken to the
East for inter
Thomas Tweet recently pin-
jcluisod fiom Frank OIhim his home-
toad north of Lytic and will plant
juite a larRc tmct to otatoe this
1 F. Lyons, Charles Dickson
and Mian Ilerthn Palmer of Rridal
Veil registered at the Pilot Unite
Inn Wednesday on their return
trip from the Silver Lake country.
A large number of settlers are
moving into the Klamath country
to gel Mtud and work under the
Kovcrmant irriiation project at that
place. ..-livery week some of these
people pus through llcnd.
- Mrs. Carl Chapman and Imby
son Charles left WixluesdHV morn
lug for her old home HtCrninje villi-,
Mr. ChnpiuHU driving with them to
Sliauiko. Mis. CIihimuhu cxtwcUi
to mnku an extended visit with
.relatives nt Crmitteville mid may
.tiot return to Bend before next
WillUm Johnson, republican
nominee for county clerk, was
-meeting the voters in Ilend during
the week. Mr. Johnson reorts
that he Amis the jwlilical outlook
very promising ami k-lieve there
wil not Iw a great dent of scratch
lug 'done on the county ticket next
Mrs. Uvh A. Steele has leased
her icaurant to Mrs. J. O. Fry
and. Mrs. Iiune Ilntdwln for three
months. They took toMion
yesterday. Mrs. Steele will leave
for-her former home in the Hunt in
about three weeks. During the
time she remain, her- she will oc
cupy the little building on Wall
street where she formally had her
TiTo Central Ore
gon Banking 6&
1. ihtiiMiiMATKI) 1904.
Transacts n General (tank
1 - Acts ns Administrator, Ex
ecutor or Trustee of Estates
IsstieK Drafts and Hank
Money Orders on nil Port'lgn
on Time Deposits.
Sni'e Deposit Boxes.
1 ' DLRHCTORS:
A. M'. rtrffKe, A. I,, (oodwlllle,
" l.Vceideiit. Vice Pre.,
J. M. I,nvrencc, .Secretary.
1'. 0. Minor, Cnsliler.
iA,W,ND, ,.-... , OUKGON
W, F. Arnold of Sisters was a
Ilcnd visitor Wednesday,
Miss Bessie Wilkinson has re
cently had a new cottage built on her
homestead nine miles south of Bend
Irkioatki) Land I have a few
choke tracts from 40 to .60 acres
each that can be bought at a bar
gain. 1 L. Tompkins, Rank
Ilcnd merchants showed their pa
trlotisin Wednesday, in the absence
of any Memoral Day exercises, by
closing their stores from 12 to 5
W. F. King of Princvllle, re
publican nominee for county clerk,
was in Ilcnd the first of the week
attending to matters connected with
What about the .th or July? Is
Ilcnd going to do nothing? The
lostoflice .store has a flue assort
incut of fire works at Sliauiko,
which will be in Ilend for that oc
A fishing party composed of Mr,
and Mrs. 11. C. Hllis, MisS Cole
man and Mm. C. M. Weymouth
spent part of last I'ridny on the
banks 0! the Deschutes tempting
the wary trout to bite.
A. G. Kly is one of the many
farmers in the Ik-nd vicinity who
planted a number of fruit trees this
spring. He reports that they arc
dolui; very well. His planting
consisted of apple, pear, peach and
Hcud people who attended the
ball game at Redmond last Sunday
were Hugh O'Kanc, J. Frank
Stroud, T. W. Zimmcrmnnii, C
M. Weymouth, C. I). Urown,
fJcorgc Meyers, Nick Weider, I?.
Wright, Geoige WhiUctt, jr.. M.
Vokum, l'an 11 ic Odnirn, Anna
Johnson, Iuga Saltier and Violet
Warren Drown of Haystack,
democratic nominee for county
clerk, was in llcnd Wednesday
meeting the voters and visiting his
old-time friend, J. Frank Stroud.
Messrs. Ilrown and Stroud weic
boys together and grew to manhood
in the same community. Naturally
l-'rauk is taking much interest in
Mr. Hrown's candidacy.
About 9 o'clock last Sunday
evening a gentle rniu started and
kept falling all night and until
about noon Monday. It was the
finest rain ol the season and its
value to the ranchers of the vicinity
cniiuot lie computed. It will be n
great help to this seasons grain
and gardens and will add ninny
hundreds of dollars to the pockets
of the tillers of the soil.
The tea plants received by
Henry Hedges last week took right
up with the Rend country and are
doing Ivery well. Mrs. Hedges
potted one, intending to keep it in
the house but the plant could not
stand the confinement of n
room, pitied fur the open nir and
wilted. Consequently it was trans
planted to the garden where it is
now thriving in the bracing air of
Fred Iluniiul and Robert Mc
Chiiii returned Tuesday night from
their work with the Oregon East-
eru surveyors, who arc now camped
about 65 miles north of Klamath
Falls. The surveyors expect to
reach Klamath Falls in about six
necks. There is talk in camp that
a new crew will he sent nack over
the Madras-Klamath survey to do
cross-section work nud that Chief
Graham mid his men will be sent 1
to old Mexico.
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Willi .! I1IIII 1I1III
Hiiuuel returned to take up resi
va - 1
dence on homesteads near Iteud.
The band instruments have
for turned to Hend. After lyitig
eight months in a Sliauiko .ware
house, they have been returned t'J
their native haunts and now all
Hcud needs in order to hear first
class music this summer is some
inuslciniis to stand behind thuJiorns.
Last fall, tllb bahd Iwvs decided
to scud the instruments to ban
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liVntmiciA (nr rnfilrc mill llhrl Mlfftl
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ircfiueu id niiaiUKu. iiiuy men
nttthorized the business manager to
draw 011 the treasury to the ahiount 1
of f 10 to pay freight to baiU'rail
cisco This the matiager did and
as he was apparently bAdty in
nee'i of money just then, he kept
it for the use of himself.his, heirs add
asSigiitt; forever. The .' Uuiil.",boys
so fir have been unable to dbtatii the
return of the money; aild being short
offtiuds nnd not caring to prose
cute their defaultitig manager, they
Jldvfrlct the mattei1". riftJ'ttlong,
1 teaflD-deriiiE Hib rettlrit b'f the
iusttuuicnts to DehU.
The Rend Social club will give a
dance Saturday night.
Ralnh Socncer of Antelone spent
a couple of days in llcnd the latter
part 01 tins week.
Frank Stroud and wife left
Wednesday for l'riucville and later
will go to Madras,
The Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell
will preach ill the Hcud church
next Sunday morning and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Hunter and Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Staats returned to
Rend last evening after a week's
trip 'to Albany.
The Brooks-Robertson Lumber
Co,, one of the large Umber owners
in the county, has joined those who
are remonstrating against a new
court house. The wagon road com
pany also writes that it is opposed
to any inordinate expenditure for n
Frank Klkius, republican candi
date for sheriff, in a letter to a
Head mend, says that if elected by
the voters he will secure his Ixuid
from a bonding company and will
thus be under no obligation to any
clique or ring, free to serve all in
terests with impartiality.
II. J. P. McDonald, Dr. U. C.
Coe, A. I,. Goodwillle and Creed
I riplett will leave Saturday for
l'riucville where they will be initi
ated into the mysteries of the sec
ond and third 'degrees of the
Masonic Lodge. From l'incvillc
Dr. Coc will go to Portland, where
he will read a ttancr before the
Slate Medical Association. He
will be gone about a week.
t U. S. Miller, cliiei or the Oregon
Kastcru crew of surveyors ho arc
working toward Hend from Rums,
arrival in town Wednesday, Mr
Millar bought a large order of sup
plies for the camp and also was
looking for five or six men to, assist
in the survey securing l-.d. urock,
S. O. IM wards and Lester Mc
near. The crew have now reached
the old river bed 39 miles southeast
Strange things sometimes Iiaptxm
in the dark proof that one should
shun darkness and perform one's
deeds in the light of day. Last
Sunday ns "Dad" West was re
turning to the house after "doing
the chores" he noticed that the
milk pail was leaking quite freely
and thought it best to empty the
milk into a p&u. He found the
house empty of all the "women
folks" so in the goodness of his
heart he decided to attend to the
matter himself. Consequently he
got the shiniest pan he could find
and poured the milk therein. Hut
what was his consternation to
notice, in the semi-darkness of the
room, that the pan was leaking
worse than the pail. Ilnrridly
seizing the pesky thing he started
to injur the milk back into the pail,
when he found thai he held in his
hand not a ni'lk rton .full of milk
but an empty sieve. Just then an
audience of twd appeared through
the doorway and "Dad" in the
pauses of their hilarious laughter
was heard explaining why he
didn't know a sieve from a tin pan.
A Mr. Mat from tit valley rmed
thntuuli Tmtmlo uiie iUy till wefc with
a line uuitch of cuttle. He inform u.
that stock CHttltt urn advancing hi price
rapidly hi thu valley, duod block cow
arv wsfilng t f 15 to .V. dairy cows f (5
to fio Hr liuil. and other cattle in pro
jHirtlon. - .' k0cr of '" ma,
I HCHlHr. MB WM Oil HI! WV IIUIIIB
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(rum tin SUutt.
. Kev. Jorge of I.aUllaw tarried awhile
In Tniualo oucday tb! vpsek.
P. N Swfeher wa at Ttnualo Wednen
iUy morning. IIo In helping V. 1.
I, round who ! building a nice rtwideure
tut hU hoiuttttcud 0110 mile oast of Turn
do. Whitur. Jensen, Avefy &Co, still have
n lnrgc force of men workiue 011 their
liiiuie at mc lutiiKe ot tiivir 1 uiimio
ditch. TllcM!iort Hint tliuv Vill have
-',e ,,u,c completwl in one or two days
' Uightowur & fimith are busy pinning
luintior. They have the coutroct for fur
lumber. 1 licy nave tlic CQiilmct l
u,i 1... i:,(ij: ,i .1 1., t ii
IM.W school houie r.t LbUUbw.
R,rH , Wt ,5 wa ha Wen quite
, in now on the road to recovery, we
ore glad to say.
' We are informed that' the Ooluudiin
Southern lyrigition ,l!o. han concluded
not to ImiliV-the, reoiT voir at Tuiuulo 011
sites they hail sdrveyed.
,Sha tJjD Wortleh Vote?-.
' Wo'ttjelf' stiff rage h'aif'beeii 'iu 'ef
c'thrfduf states: Colbrado Vor 13
years, "WyoininU fbr if yettrsVUtah
fAJr rrj-earS HrtitlUuld &h'crtycaYs.
The political cohditibus lire worse
in those states than in any others.
Why? Hccausc the good women vX
those states refuse to mix with an
element that they do not associate
with ordinarily, and the voting is
left to her unfortunate sisters, the
ignorant woman, the foreign woili
an, and the woman from the broth
els. As this class is dominated by
the same class of men, and they in
turn by the "bosses," it has simply
resulted iu increasing the number
of voters that can be handled by
politicians. It does seem strange
that the suffragists would not ex
x:nd their energies upon purifying
the atmosphere iu those states
where they have been mainly iustrti
mental in bringing about their pres
ent political conditions, instead of
coming into a state that docs not
want it, and whose progress it
would injure were it adopted at the
next election. Adv.
SMALL TUG BILLS BE PAID.
A Question That Now Confronts the
Bend School District.
A meeting of the school voters
of Hend district No. 12 is called for
next Motulav to consider a question
of no little importance to the dis
trict. Iu the construction of i tends
handsome new public school build
ing, bills in excess of the contract
price have been incurred amount
ing to about $ 1, 000. The contract
or is unable to pay and the debtors
arc clamoring tor their money.
The building stands practically
completed, with only a very little
work to be done. I he usual pro
ceedings would be to require the
bondsmen to finish the building
and pay the bills, but there is
strong probability that litigation
would follow the attempt to do this
Hence the school board wishes to
determine the desires of the people
before taking further action.
Several interesting legal points
arc involved in tuts uithculty.
Opinions have been expressed by
Hend attorneys in which they
maintain that the district has much
the better part of this controversy.
Under Oregon law a school build
ing cannot be attached for debt nor
liens placed against it. Hence those
firms who have furnished material
for such a building have no re
source for collecting pay for said
material except through action
brought against the contractor or
his bondsmen. This apparently
gives the district an important ad
vantage in this question, but on
the other hand the bondsmen claim
their bonds arc now null and void,
rendered so by changes in plans,
etc. They propose to fight any
action brought agaiust them.
It is now agreed that the bills
exceeding the contract have been
reasonably incurred iu the erection
of the building. The question is
shall the district meet this obliga
tion, or shall it force the bondsmen
to meet the deficiency between the
amount stipulated iu contracts and
the actual cost of construction?
(3uy ma Gk'edatiJ
this $60 Machine for $25
It li hlrli-nrm. ilron
lietil, V-ll brlnr;, lock
tlltrta. double feed, tell
tliremllng tbulll: hti
utonimlc bobUln wliiUer
TKt ST MAi'HINK. It li
the lint Murblnv snu
are Milne you 10 (or. All
utohlu. talil for only
t.s rath lul IS monthly.
WrltoTODlT for I'M rCMITVI' CiTUOWt Ihnnluc
lKn( lioiuelmlil (inxla uoulll hlp (freight
frwunon Ut rtmr.U -our new CKOIt I'Un
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The undersigned will
puy 10.00 for the
detection and convic
tion of any person
who in.any way will
fully injures, or de
stroys its lines in
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All stages stop
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THROUGH FROM I3ENI)
Leave Shaniko 6 p. m. Leave Bend 6:00 a. m
Arrive I'rmeville 7 a. m.
Leave Prineville 12:30 p. 111.
Arrive Bend 7:00 p. m.
FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENTS FOR TRAVELLING PUBLIC
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONALE
Bend Livery &
J. FRANK STROUD, Manager
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
IIOKSKS BOARDHD BY TUB DAY, WKKK OR MONTH
First-Clnss Livery Rf&s
Bond Urt, between lltuutt and Orfgoo.
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THE finest stock of FRESH
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Cured Meats and Lard and all
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No matter hoV big the bird, no matter htfW bf yjts plumage or
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Leave; prineville 1 p. m.
1 Arrive Shaniko 1 a. m.
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