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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1906)
W. '. Arnold of SlHtcru was a
Ilend caller IiihI Tuesday.
ftlrs. J. 0. Fry and claii;litt-r
will leave Monday for u month's
visit nt llidenendcnce, pr.
'l)r. W. 8. Nicliol went to Port
land last week on a liusiiicsM trip,
Ho in exacted lioinc today.
Misa I nun Satlicr left en the
Htaj',c Thursday morning for Port
land, for it visit of n lew dnvH.
Dan Huisinj; and wife left tlilis
morning for the valley, where they
will pick hops for about n month.
J. 11. K.dwardn, a prominent
rancher of the Shtcrs country, was
ntteii(iii: to btuincitN in Ilend last
Lumber was twin; hauled from
Ilend Tuesday to the Ilaldwin
ranch to be used in building a
John Whim of the firm of White
& I Iill, returuod Monday from a
trip to Silvr Luke, where he went
to take ii timlxsr claim.
Nick Smith anil family will go
today to their homtutcad on the
river .Mouth of Hand. They will be
gone n week or more.
The work of wcfttherlKxirdiuK the
l'ilot Hutte Inn livery stable, was
begun yesterday morning, after
which it will be painted.
John Steidl and family returned
Monday from Portland whetc they
nttcuded the 8cllt(-ForeHiUKh circus
ijtid hnd m goml time in general.
Oranges, Immmuhk, poached, pennt,
urnH.s, and table Apple will Ik?
recuived nt the poitoftlce store
Saturdny; nlao choice butter. ?.tf
Mr. and Mm. J. J. Mutzig and
dUf;litcr left Wednesday for
Albany. From there they will
proceed to their home in New York.
Topic for Christian Endeavor
next .Sunday evening, "Spiritual
Hliuducstf." Ucfercuce. Ism. 23:16.
Mrs. Una McMillan, loader. Con
William J. I.aw of Minucno!is
arrived in Huud lust uvcuiug. Mr.
I.aw, with others, is interested in
timber hereabouts and came to con
fer with II. W. Lakiu.
Mrs. C. A. Jones will soon build
mi addition to the house occupied
by C. M. Weymouth, and will
have the Weymouth house and her
Own residence shiplappcd.
Next Monday is labor day, a
legal holiday. The bank and
potttoflkc will lo closed during the
day and the teluplione office from
12 to 5 o'clock in the nfteruoou.
Mr. Kvn Steele is on her way to
Ilend from hur summer's visit in
Michigan. She left Milwaukee on
the night of the j.rd and will prob.
ably stop a few days iu St. Paul.
(Gorge Read wau released from
uur:intiue and incarceration iu the
TiTo Central Ore-
Transacts n General HnnU
IngDtislness. Acts (is Administrator, Ex
ccutor or Trustee of Estates
Issues Drafts and Hank
Money Orders on all Foreign
Interest on Time Deposits.
Safo Deposit lioxes,
D I R 12 C T 0 R Sj
A. M. Drake, A. I Ododwlllle,
President. Vice PreH.
J. M. Lawrence, Secretary.
1'. 0. Minor, Cashier.
1II5NI), . . ORKGON
lock-up last Tuesday, lie was
fined typ by Justice Ellto for his
recent disregard of quarantine rcg
W. T. Casey vn In IJcnd this
week fro.tn his 'Powell Unites ranch,
looking for a house into which to
move his family. He wi,l move to
Ilend iu order to send his. children
to the city schools.
The owning of the new school
house has been postponed one week,
until Sep. lo. Consequently the
youngsters will have seven more
days of vacation. All should take
notice of this postoucuient,
H. A. Smith, and Albert May
hew have gone to join Rankin's
surveying crew working iu the
Cascade range. They have ordered
their mail sent to Hnzeldcll. Os
borne Kd wards will join this crew
Two new phones have been
installed recently: J. I. West. No.
ii, and II. W. I.nkiu No. i. Pivc
other phones will soon be installed,
for Dr. C. W. Merrill, Dr. W. S.
Nichol, Dr. I. I,. Scoficld and at
the pumping station.
Several Rend eople have been
cruising iu the Silver Lake timber
the psst week. They were Charles
I). Ilrown, C. M. Weymouth, Elmer
Niswouger, and Rnlph Sheldon.
Mr. Sheldon filed on a olniiu. The
party returned Tuesday night.
A. II. Grant rcorts n very
eculmr thing with his rasplwrrics
this year. This year's shoots have
put forth bloMoms and have pro
duced ripe fruit, something hereto
fore unknown. It hns always
taken the second year to produce
Miss Eva II. McGillvray, a niece
of W. J. McGiljvray, who recently
entile WcM from South Dakota, last
Week made n trip into the Silver
I.akc country and filed on n timber
claim. Miss McGillvray will re
main iu the West for several
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Drake left
for Portland this morning. I'rom
there Mr. Drake will go to Hoise,
Ida., to attend the National Irriga
tion Congress, which convenes at
Hoisc the first week qf September.
Mrs. Drake will remain iu Port
land and visit frjeuds.
C. A. Chapman and daughter
Ethel went to Priucvillc Monday
morning to attend to business
matters. Later they went to Forest,
Clitic Kails, Redmond and Sisters.
Miss Ethel was soliciting subscrip
tions for the Pacific Northwest,
which is conducting n contest iu
which she is interested.
A. A. Anthony will soon begin
building a house for R. I). Mut.ig
on the lots on the northeast corner
of block 15, aoross the street from
E. 1 Ration's residence. The
structure will measure 36x32 feet
with to foot posts. Mr. MuUig
has acquired a little more than three
lots and is planning on a fine yard
and a pretty residence, It is a good
Last Friday, while Dr. Coe was
making a professional drive to
Laidlaw, one of his horses fell be
neath the tongue uud began to
flounder and kick, In attempting
to unhitch the animal, the doctor
was kicked on the back of tho left
hand and the bones of the third
and fourth fingers were broken, As
a result the doctor now carries a
Charles L. Wimer brought in a
sample of alfalfa Saturday grown
on the George W. Wimer & Sons
ranch at Tumalo this year that
certainly is fine. This alfalfa was
sowed iu June, 1905. This year it
was cut June 35 and again August
20, so the sample had a growth of
56 days. It stood just five feet
high and cut about four tons to the
acre. It is the Turkestan variety.
Millard Triplett has presented
the Rend exhibit With an oddity in
the way of au onion, The set
sprouted and scut up n large stalk,
with' the" 'roots growing beneath.
On each side of the original set two
fine large onioiiB developed', Jabli
drawing its sustenance froirilhd one
set of roots. These two odious also
sent up large stalks, iHaliing' "three
stnlko'froin the one set. "Two' of
these arc surmounted with large
kills of well developed seed.
The Bend oonntry is getting n
lot of good advertising free ol any
charge, through .the columns of the
Wilbur Register, of Wilbur, Wash.
The editor of that paper recently
made a visit to this section, bought
some ditch laud, and is now de
scribing this country and its re
sources in his paper. He says he
has many inquiries regarding the
irrigable land of Central Oregon
more cyidcncc that people arc
much interested iu the upper Des
G. T. CalHhan is hauling lumber
for a fine new house on his place
cast of Rend, joining the Jack Fer
guson ranclt. Th- main part will
be 18x2(1 feet with 14 foot posts,
and a wing will Ik added measur
ing 14x14 feet with 14 foot posts.
Mr. Callihan recently moved into
the Rend country with his family
from South Dakota. He owns a
half section here and plans to make
this his future home. He and his
family like the upper Deschutes
valley very much.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan arrived
iu Hcud Saturday evening, Mrs.
Ryan having so far recovered from
her recent serious lluess that she
was able to make the trip home.
She is still, however, only iu a con
valescent stage, but is recovering
her usual strength finite rapidly.
Miss N. F. Dwycr of Minneapolis,
a long-time friend of Mrs. Ryan,
arrived West on a visit just iu time
to nurse Mrs. Ryan through her
illness. She came to Rend with
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan last Saturday.
Mrs. S. C. Caldwell and children
started Wednesday for valley points,
where they will visit relatives
for a short time, finally settling at
Salem where Miss Hazel will enter
Willamette university. The other
children will also attend schools
at Salem. Mrs. Caldwell will
probably remain there during the
school year, although she may re
turn to Rend iu the winter. An
drew Robinson drove tq the valley
with Mrs. Caldwell and children
and Mr. and Mrs,. T. J. Mutzig
J. Frank Stroud started Wednes
day morning with a number of
people for Slinniko. (1(c crowd be
ing composed of the following:
Mrs. F. O. Minor, Miss Grace
Jones, Dr. and ATrs. Jlctchum, Dr.
Merrill, Mrs. S,troqd and Miss Fan
nie Osbum, Dr. Jctclnim and wife,
Mrs. Stroud and Miss Qsburu will
stop at Madras, btp; (lip others will
go on to the railroad at Shauiko.
Dr. Merrill will attend to business
matters at valley points, Mrs. Minor
will visit Mr. Minor's people at
Portland, and Miss Jones will visit
iu Portland, Seattle and Relliug
ham. Miss Jones will be gone
about three weeks.
Mr. and MVv.F. P. fcotfnd of Tumalo
jttarltd to tile valley yetcAlay. They
will l!ng Ixielc n Ipse of liotueliold
j;oo1a atxt otne canned fruit. Mr.
.Ground U building up a nice home one
tillleenit of Tumalo. We arr glad to
have hucIi worthy piojlc act tic near u.
11 J'. H. HwUficr,' ft. II. Hunt and' it.
JVukiii and fntuille atartcd to the
alleyTliurday morning for the pur
pose of picking 1ojh, They will lirlng
back Jrult. There nrc many people f;o
Iuk to the valley to help In the hop
yards and moat of them will load with
fruit on their return.
V. V. .Smith will move hia family to
Ilend today in order to tic near tcltool,
T. A. Jcuen Is almut to wind up a
long siege of haying. He lim n fine crop
of grain hay.
W. J. Hlghtower and family talk of
going up to Kcdro-Woolcy, Waih., for
the winter. We will lc aorry to loose
audi worthy people, but they will no
doubt return early next apring.
W. V Guerin and IC. I'. UatUn were
at Tumalo yesterday. They intend to
put up a telephone line from Ilend to
SUlrrs via Tumalo. Vc feel confident
a line would pay them handsomely.
Then' it would go far toward building up
Harry Hill of Ilend tarried over night
at Tumalo tills ucek. He lxueht fcotnc
fine fat cattle from G. V. Wimer &. Son
for hia moat market at Ilend. Hill is
a hustler and knows good lcci cattle.
G. W. Wittier & Sous arc very busy
taking care of A larjjc grain and hay crop.
Party for Urlde-to-IJc.
The young ladicsof the Christian
Endeavor society will entertain at
a shower on Saturday afternoon
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles D. Rrown in honor of Miss
Nola Kcvcr, who will be married to
Mr. B. IS. Williams of Eugene,
Oxcgoii, next week.
Now Has Pure Water.
Last spring Eugene suffered
from a typhoid epidemic due to bad
water supply. Since then the
water company has abandoned the
old wells and installed filters, tak
ing water from an entirely uew
source. This water was tested by
the state board of health, after
which the board made the follow
ing report: '
Portland, Or., Aug. 13, 1906 Dr.
Robert C. Ycttney, State Health Officer.
Ucar Sir: The examination of the
ccimcu of water from Jtygcne fccut by
Dr. Harris shows no .contamination.
Thprc was an absolute failure to produce
gas or even growth lit fermentation
tubes. Plate Inoculated with varying
quantities of the water failed to develop
a single colony on any one.
The result is most remarkable and I
fear an error somewhere before the water
arrived here. It would be well to know
just how this water was collected. liven
the purest water usually shows some
growth. Very tndy youra,
Bacteriologist of the Hoard.
This insures that students attend
ing the state university at Eugene
may have no fear of contracting
typnoia through impure water.
If you want to keep in touch with
the development of this great Des
chutes valley, READ the Bulletin.
Notice is hereby given that bond
of F. O. Minor as trustee of the
Rend Live Stock Sc Produce Co.
has been accepted and filed. All
parties owing said company are
requested to call at the bank and
pay without delay. Rills against
said company should be filed at
once. F. O. Minor, Trustee.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of directors of Rend Dis
trict No. 13 desires bids on 50 ricks
of wood split, ready for the stove
and piled in ricks in the school
basement. Separate bids must be
furnished on each of tiie following
specifications: iz, 16 and 20 inch
lengths aim on, litnu wood, body
pine and junitier. Bids opened
September 4. The board reserves
the right to reject all bids. 22-24
the news? Then read The
Tlratxr t.tnd, Act June 3, 8;S.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Oflicc.Thc Usllc. Ortcon,
June 7. IW.
Nolkv U hereby tiven that in compliance with
thcrivlilonufitc Act of Congrru of June j,
iT. cntlltal. "An act fur llirialcof timber Iml
In the itatM of California, Oregon, Nevada, and
WathliiKUm Territory," a extended ta alltbe
public Und statu by Act of Auguit 4. 1(9.
of I'rluevllle, county of Crook, state of Oregon,
hntthia dav filed In Dili office lilt nworti uiitr.
men! No. nil, for Die purchaic of the U of
vk aj, ii iy , r iv e, it 111.
And will olfcr proof to how that the land
ought W more valuable for its tlmlxr or atone
lhau for agricultural purpotc. and to entabliih
hi claim to midland before II. C. Kllh. U. S.
Cdmmluloner, at ht oflice at lleud, Oregou, ou
the 6th day of November. tou6.
lie name a uituciutc. J.N. Hunter. Reorge
W. Triplett. John I,. Kcter, Michael Morriaou,
all of Ilend, Oregon.
Anv and all oenona claiming adversely the
twMlecriletl lauda are requeued to file their
claims Iu this office ou or before said 6th day
of Not ember, 190&.
aji-111 MICIIAItl. T. NOLAN, KcgUter.
Telegrams I'orwarded to Any Part
of the World.
with Portland, Priucvillc ami all
Pacific Coast cities.
Public Pay Stations
iu llauk Ilttlding at Ilettd, at Laid
law and Powell Iiuttes,
Messenger service to any part of
Crook County south of Crooked
Vfi iij 1 in 11 mm wnii
piOT BUTTJ3 JNll
' A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all the delicacies of the season
'I 3fpT rrrnr rrr w:i nr -
First-ciass Kinjipnitint Fine Rooyas andfBcds
All stJiges stop at the hole! door
General Blacltsraithing and Wagon Repturuig
HORSIHSHOEING A SPECIALTY
Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
L. F. MOODYh
Commission and forwarding
SHANIKO. - OREGON
Large, Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited
Prompt attention paid to those who
favor tiie with their patronage
THROUGH FROM BEND TO SMANIKO IN ONE
SIIANIKO-PRINEVILLE CTAfiP T INE
PRINEVILLE-BEND JlAUC MllE
Leave Shaniko 6 p.m.
Arrive Princville 7 a. m.
Leave Princville 13 530. p. m.
Arrive Bend 7:00 p.m.
Leave Bend ,6:00 a. m.
Arrive Prineville 12:00 m.
Leave Prineville 1 p. m.
Arrive Shaniko x a. m. .
FIRST-CLA5S EQUIPMENTS FOR TRAVELLING PUBLIC
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONALE
Bend Livery & Transfer Co.
J. FRANK STROUD, Manager
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
HORSBS BOARDKD BY TH DAY, WUKK OR MONTH
First-Cjass Livery Rigs for Rent. 'flame No, 15
nond street, ttccn Iflunesota and Otejon,
WAU, STRKKT, Opposite D. 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 big th6 bird, no matter how htavy lta plumafco or
awlft Iu flight, you can bring It to bag with a long, strong,
atralght thootlng wlnchhcter Repeating Shotgun. Retulta are what
count. They always klVa thd bait raaulta In flald, fowl or trap
ahodtlng, and are sold within reach of everybody's pocketbook,
FREE) Sni nam i adititi 6 a jl(l Hti Ht tut Unt IllutUtltJ tatatufui,
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