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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1906)
The Key. J. Autltony Mltcliell to
rtnaUfhij preparation to 'present the
Merclmnt of Venice with local tnlciit
.some time In September.
The Kcv. J. C. George of Lnlil-
'law will prench next Stitulny morn
iiiK nt the church mid the Kcv.
Jeimettc of I'rineville In the even
Clirlstinu Endeavor Society
meeting next Sunday evening nt
7 o'clock. Subject: "Chrlit'n Life
His Relation to Mix Disciples,
and Wliutjltc Expects of Uit." Mntt.
': 5-33. Leader, Miss Marion
Charles Marvin was quite serious
ly injured al the Johnston ranch last
cvciiiti;. He wan working oil the
large grubber, whun the doublctreus
broke, letting tie nweep ily back,1
Htrikiug him in the pit of the Mom
nch. It was at firt feared he wan
fatally injured but he was resting
quite camly this morning and the
doctor wiyrt he will recover.
L. 1). Wiet left on the Wednes
day night hIhrc fur Koshtud where
he will .survey a towimlte. Mr
Wieat also had the contract to do
the mirveying on the proposed
Walker Ilasin irrigation project.
When nuked when that work would
be started he Muted that he had
been notified a teuiuornrv wstnone-
iiiuiit of the project had been deter
The crew of Oregon Eastern sur
veyors which whs in Henri Satur
day mid Sunday in charge of Chief
Millar, purchased a supply of pro
vision here before starting for the
scene of their lalxi. Krom hete
the crew went to Crescent Lake. It
i" rrxrtcl Unit these men will pick
tip the .survey from Natron and
extend it eautward to internet the
Mndrus-Klamnth I'nlltf line and then
run north on the hitter Hue doing
cross-net ion work.
The annual .school picnic was
held Inst Hriday, with the scholars
from the three rooms participating.
The feature of the day's sport was
n ball game on the local diamond.
A nine cIiokcu from Miss Kcid's
room, with Stephen Steidl pitcher
and Ocorgc Vnndervert catcher
dele.itul n picked aggregation fiom
Mim Wicot'M ami Mis Jnmc'
rooms, ('.cargo Woods as pitcher
and Chester Moore, catcher, were
the Littery for the latter a earn.
The score stood 13 to 4.
KiTo Central Ore
gon Banking Sh
IS. mK-.,MA! Ii ivH
Capital SM.OOO 00
Transacts a (lencrnl IJnnk
Acts us Administrator, Ex
ecutor or Trustee of Estates
Issues Drafts and Hank
Money Orders on nil Foreign
Interest on Time Deposits.
Safe Deposit Iloxes.
I) I It I! C T 0 It S:
A. M. DraWe, A. I.. Ooodwillle,
l'rvsltleiit. Vice 1'ros.
J. M. I.ius rt'iioi-, Secretary.
1'. O. Minor, Cashier.
1U.NI, - . ORKGOX
On account of moving to
homestead am compelled to
dispo.se of - ,
Hotel and Restaurant
completely furnished and do
ing a good paying business.
Ice House Tilled, and the only
Ice Cream and Confectionery
Stand hi town. Wilt sell nt
invoice or rent if not sold in
30 days. Located in't'lfc new
growing town of Redmond,
Crook Comity, Oreponv '
H. F. JONE.Su
J For Sale
Strawberries, cherries mill new
potatoes at Grant's. :att
Sid Nichols has closed his store
at Rostand and relumed to liend,
V. A. Smith of Redmond was
calling 011 friends iu Ilcud last Sunday.
G. M. Harrington of McCloud,
Cat,, arrived iu Ilcud Wednesday
0. S. Crocker left Sunday morn
ing for Portland. He will be gone
a week or 10 days.
A. L. Hunter of Hums, a brother
o( J. N. Hunter, arrived in Heud
Monday for a visit with relatives.
I'. G. Alien, iu company with
I'rauk Glass, was iu Heud Tuesday
looking over the surrounding coun
try. The hum of the Pilot Unite saw
mill is again heard by Heud citi
zens, a welcome sound. The mill
will run about three months.
The regular school election will
be held next Muuilay, the 18th.
Que director for three years and a
clerk for one year will be chosen.
The eagle will scream iu Heud.
No doubt of it when the pntriotic
youths get hold of that fine line of
fireworks to be had al Grant's. I2tf
Severt J)ebing mid Miss M. Ii.
Handle were united iu marriage last
Saturday by Justice II. C. Kilts.
1 he couple will make their home at
Lytic for the present.
The iKitato supply iu Heud is ex
hausted. Tho.se who desire the
many eyed Murphies for seed are
hunting far and near for them but
without much success.
Hugh O'Kaue has received word
from Chief Engineer Waggoner of
the Xatroii'Outario survey that he
would be iu Heud to occupy his
new office rooms June 10.
O W. Olson of Portland s(eut
Tuesday iu Heud, 011 his way to
the Silver I,ake region where he
went to- look over some 50,000 acres
of timber 011 which he has an op
tion. Just preceding the annual wool
sales nt Shaniko there were about a
million (Kiunds of wool stored in the
the houkCri at that place, with prob
ably as much more to be delivered
II It. Smith, n brother of E. A.
Smith of Redmond but formerly a
resident of Heud, arrived iu town
Sunday and will icinniu here indefi
nitely. He is working at the Pilot
The school meeting advertised
for last Monday to consider the mat
ter of the deficiency on the new
high school building, incurred by
the contractor, was pohtpouel until
next Thursday, the 14th.
Charles Cottor is taking the
boards from the club house win
dows, having had order to oWti
and clean the Iioums and gut it iu
shape for II, D. 1 urney s family.
Mr. 1 urney is
I. & P. Co.
president of the 1).
J. I. McDonald went to 1'riue-
ville Sunday and met his wife and
her mother and sister, Mrs. E. and
Miss Iuuiua Krdiuau, who were re
luming from Seattle. Mrs. Krd
man and Miss Emma will spend
the summer iu Heud.
W. J. Vandevert was in Heud
Tuesday from his ranch nt Powell
Hutte. Mr. Vandevert has one of
the finest ranches iu this rogiou.
His prospects for a bountiful har
vest this fall were never better. The
ate rains have assured that.
Alfred and Carl T. Johnson of
North Yakima, Wnsh., were iu
Head the first of the week. The
first named gentleman was looking
over the country tributary to Henri
with a view to investing, while the
latter was iu search of a Umber
Last Uriel ny afternoon while little
Maude Wood was enjoying n School
picnic with her playmntcs, com
memorating the closing day of
school, she was suddenly ta'kcn ill
and hnd to be taken jtome. That
evening it was fottiul Ahat the little
one was suffering with hneumonia.
She is the dnughUV of Freighter
And still it rains. Tuesday uight
another heavy rait) fell, soaking the
ground thoroughly. ' Thomas J.
Tweet, djgginfc fioslt holes, found
the ground weJIiUurnted to n depth
of two feet now much farther he
didn't know. With 'the nblin laiicb
of rainfall tliis spring, prospects for
.'a brfmpctropvliri,1, never better..
Prince nutl Sylvester Slants re
turned to Heud Inst Friday from
their year's sdy at WSltaiifette
The attendance was Very good nt
the dance given last Saturday even
ing by the Hcnd Social Club. A
pleasant evening was spent.
Lnst IWday Miss Maude and
Willie Vandevert returned home
from their year's work at Willam
ette University nt Salem. Thcv
will return iu the fall to continue
There ate two or three cows in
town which are allowed to run
loose at night and which generally
spend the time tramping down gar
dens and damaging lawns. They
seem to have a knack of going
through fences. They are a decid
cd nuisance and the owners should
keep them corralled.
JlH.vn, Or., June H, 1906, To J. II.
O'Ncil mill Other rctltioncrs. Oolitic
Mien A tlirre not tin to be prevalent a
liiki)jrcliciilon recording Irrigation
untor from the town lateral ierinlt 1110
to explain that the lateral and water now
txdong to the water comjMiiy. No
charge was uiaile by us during the sea
mui of 1 if) 1 nor hv the water cointMnv
during ni$. though coiihlcrnlc ex
k.'iic wh incurred in cleaning out
ditehcitnnd tcairiiig damage occnuioued
!)) ciilliircn nm! !ooc mock. .No rcpre
MMitatloii wa ever made ly our couiauy
w nere low were iin, mat Irce water
would Ite furulkhed In tierofituitv. nor
roulil any one lie so unreasonable flt to
flic water company lias thin year
adopted the Mine ncli'Mulc n that in
effect al l'riucWIIc, thinking the ton
Mitucr houlil at leatt in part Contribute
towanU the umiutcuanel. The retcnuc
in Ight for the current year will not re
liiitmrtr the tuciKMiililure already Incurred
incident to the mmoii"s maintenance
Of the jt name Mned to the petition
only B have reiieted rate for water
ervice, and with one exception only, all
tlirc liavc exprcwed entire satisfaction
with the price quottfri them. Where
peculiar condition Imc warruuted de
JMrture from the inaximuui chcdule
mmlifieatioiu have willingly U-eu con
eeiled. The water company inform u tlwt if
anyoncfecUauKrieNtMlat the rate quotel
linn It will (jlaillv on presentation of tin
facts comiilcr them and make proper
adjiutineut, but that no diatifactlon
liai a yet been cxprecd.
Should any one find they cannot obtain
reasonable coutideration on application
to the water company we will gladly, n
you rctict, exerciM! our good oiriceft
with the Water company to attain that
cud If the party will call at ouroflice and
prevent a apecific statement m wc can
imc Mituething definite to work upon.
Tint Pir.oT Ilinrt: Dhvjii.oi'mhnt Co.
J. X. Hunter and Ids brother Andrew
stayed over night iu this lmrg one niyht
ltd week. They report much activity
in the timber ami real estate busine
A. J. Winter and wife of Tuntalo starts
today for Urania hi. Wc are Mtrry to
looke such worthy people, but wnal is,
our loM will W t.ntnt l'a's gain. We
wislt them praperity where ever tliey
Mr. ami Mrs. 1'. 1'. Smith and family
will start mkhi for l'ortlaml and AIk.t
ileen, M ash. Mr. Smith goes to Tort
land on htisiue and the family will
vtit friemlt at Atcrdeeu.
We are clad to hear that our worthy
friend, M. Iktyluy, will In: our next
The jeoplc of thcc parts are quite In
dlguant over the news that our oouuty
court Iw Attempted to fulcii a large
court house debt on the people, more
especially at n time when they are lea
able fo stmid such A burden, and further
without ootittultliij: the wishes of the
Croirt nrc looklut fine iu thctc mrU
and stock mnee wn.s never Iwtter. TIicm;
nue hummor showeia have Ixieu weloome
as they boat irrigating completely.
Charlc llrock of Hand was nt Tumalo
one day this week.
llightower & Smith nrc busy plaining
n fine lot o( luintier at their mill near
Hugh I'.dwanls of Tumalo has gone to
Kugcuc on a short visit.
There nrc ninny horMti being ttrUaii
out of this country. The most of them
go to l'orlUud and the alley. There is
money iu horses now dnys,
I.ec Strong, grandson of O.W. Winter,
ban lecn visiting Mr. Winter Intel v. He
is from Hood ltiver, where his fnther
lint n fine fruit fttriu.
The undcrsigued will
puy $ 1 0.00 for the
detection and convic
tion of nny person
who fn any way will
fully injures or de
stroys Its lines iu
-J u 1 .
THb'-MSCHUTB TELEPHONE &
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VICTORY FROM DtPEAT.
Tito Nntabl Ia.aji In Hi Wnr
Hcorel of Clrent Ilrllaln.
Only oh onn ocvnslon li(yj n. llrllJiil)
force offered tomm nroountlUKto-'ivur-rendfr
before U10 cmnmenceincut of an
action, but this In what tho Dlack
I'rlueo felt himself oIIkI to do by tbo
overwhelming forcon of the 1'retidi be
fore tho bnttlo of Poltlrs. Ho certain
did bo consider defeat to bo that ho
actually offered to Klvo up all U10 plun
der he had taken, disband tho greater
part of his forco and Klvo an under
taking not to iKht HKiilnMt tho Krencti
for Devon years, and ho confldimt were
the French that Uny refuiKxl thcM
terrna, Tho result was onn of the most
brilliant vlctorle tlmt adorn the lirlt
In modem times the victory of An
bticrn, Iu tho peulnnular war, Is another
Instance of apparent defeat UInK turn
ed Into victory. After the charge of the
French hussara and I'ollsb lancers nil
Hccuu-d lost. Atntnunltlon wu falling,
a deep sully preveutrd the uno of 111 a
bayonet, and Hcrcsford wan prrpnrlng
for retreat when tho vnlor of Colonel
IlardhiKO enved tho day. Tho battle,
which lasted only four hotilx, wna the
sceno of terrible caniav, and when It
Was over tho so far victorious French
wero driven headlong down the hill, ou
tho summit of which 1,000 anvrouuded
men, the remnant of 7,500 unwufjuer
ablo Ilritlsh soldiers, ntood triumphant
AVonirn Have Oflrn Kunabt In De
frnan of Tlirlr .Vallvn Tiitu.
During tho oppression of tho Nether
lands by tho tipunlurds In the sixteenth
century It was no uncommon orcot for
wouicu to flcht In defunso of their na
tho town. When In 1672 Don Frederic
nt tho head of a larjju army IteMleKcd
Haarlem, nnioug the K'arrlsou thnt do
fended the town were .TOO women.
Their chief wn a widow of distin
guished family, about forty-seven yean
of ngc, who, at the head of bar ama
zous, participated Iu many of tlia most
flercoly contested nctlous of tho kIorc.
Seven years later, at the hIoro ot
Maoitrlcht, tho women wcro of great
assistance in rnnklni; mines, curolllna
themselvert Into companies under the
direction of ofUccrs, or "mine mis
tresses," as they were called. The adv
ice they rendered was Inestimable.
At tho repuNe of the Spaniard from
the walla of Alkmnar women and even
children showed a like courage, nwilst
Iiik their husbands nnd fathem lu tb
dwjenito defense. History, Inditl,
rives many exampki of hucIi hcrolitn,
unions which may be mentioned the
brave conduct of the women nt tho de
fense of KarrngoKsa In 1SOS, rWieu Ii ey
took tbo place of their slain husbandi
or brothern at the canuou nlde. Ulai.'I:
BEGGARS IN ITALY.
Their Ciiiiuc Serin la lip a l'rettr
Innl Our lu llrnl.
It Im hard to beat the beggar gnme la
Italy. A riect footed urchin ami hit
tnaidmi fell Into u fox trot by the nldt
of the CHrrlaicM.
'I.00U. noble geutlouuiu," he bogni
"look, beutiful ladyl Seo tho. little rn-KHw-the
inwr girl havo pity on herl
y.v, 110I1I0 algnor you eniiuot rufuse
to giro her something your heart Ii
tw goHl you nrc too generous, too no
ble, too lmndsoiue, to refuse. Havo pity
on hor drendful htHtu, for look sho bus
one gray eye anil 0110 black one!"
Wo stopped the carriage. It was true.
Tho umldcn hnd Indeed particolored
aywi, lu Hddltkui to which hlio rojolcetl
In h uioit iipimlllug wiulut. I gnvo her
0110 copiwr. Hereupon her escort set
up n howl nt being IguoriNl.
"Itut why should you lmvontiythlngj"
"You ought to glvo wo two coppers,"
ho rootled, with n twinkle, "for I have
two bluett) eye, ami she bus only one."
I wits vHiiiHilMied. I gave him I1I1
two coppers. 1 dou't liellevo In beg
gnrs, but I tbluk ho enmed them. "A
Ixjrnntlno I.og Hook," by Jerome Hart.
"It pny to bo n mourner lu St. To
torsburg, nnd there nro agencies which
employ great numbers of vngrunts nud
tramps for tho purpose," Bays n writer.
"Those agencies supply sultnblo cloth
lug nud pocket haudkerehlefH every
thing, In fuct, except boots, which tho
trump must show ou his feet, or ho
will not bo hired. IVhen there Is u
mure or less Important funeral the
trumps gather at the Nlkolskl market
nud are selected by nn employe of tho
ugency. Tho wago for tho occasion,
with tips, generally cipiaU about a
Buy on Gt'etfit?
this $60 Machine for $25
it Ii a hlch-ftrm. drsn
beJ, btll brlnf, lock,
itltoh. doutilt el, !(
thretdlnK ihuttlst has
.utotuHle bobttn vrlnd.r
and olhtr UtttmproT.
TKU8T UAUUINIC Ills
th m. tntebln agtnU
aro Mktnc you (CO ior. All
mchln. Bolt) lor onlj
Write riot! (or tret rviMIVH UTtlOCUt ihonUc
ltnt; UoUMhold jooli wll ship (rr.UM
B!tM) on (to rsiMiMl.-mir new CHWT Vln.
to rain na m oouiniy,
PILOT BUTT.E INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all
All stages stop
General Blacksmithing and Wagcn Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
JCSF Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
. , SHANIKO, - OROaON
Large, Ccmniodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited
Prompt attention paid to thoc who
-favor me with their wtroHage
THROUOH FROM BEND
., SOUTH DOUND
Leave Shaniko .6 p. m.
Arrive 3?rincvtllc. ....... 7 a. in.
Lenvc Prfacville 12:30 p.m.
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S LIRST-CCASS T?nTIIPMK?JTS
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONALE j
lend Livery & Transfer Co.
MalWIIMW llll I llililaTsMlssss'alrTnMT
J. PRANK STROUD, fllnnaccr
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
IIOUSHS BOAUDKD BY TIIM DAY, VKKK OR MONTH
First-Class Livery Rigs for R6rit. 'Phone No. 15
WALL 8TRKKT, Oppotte B M. Co.
THE finest stock of FRESH
MEATS in Crook County.
Cured Meats and Lard and all
the Accessories of a FirstClass
Market Everything new and
of the best. WHITE & HILL.
No matter how bb tho bird, no matter bo heavy Ita plumage or
wlft ite flight, you can bring It to 16E with a long, stronj;,
straifiht shooting Winchester Repeating 6. hbttn. Results aro what
count. They always givo tho best rej"l "eld, fowl or trap
shooting, and are cold within reach ol wfwsybody'o poeketbpox.
MEEt 4itnd and addrtit an a Mifdl tdrd laf ,("r;ltf i'.httirUj Mlac.
the delicacies of the soaftfn
Iinc lloom's and Beds
at the hotel door
I A . ffl ir
TO SMAN1KO IN ONE DAY
CTAfiE I INK
Leave Bend 6:00 a. m."f
Arrive Princf.'ill.... 12:00 m.
Leave Prineville... 1 p. m.
Arrive Shaniko 1 a. m.
I?OR TRAn?TXTNC JPTIBLTC
rue ranchers are happy,
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