Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1906)
C. M. Ktidlkdd vns In town
L, M. 'Ooiijjlmi mid wife of liny
Crk were Ikiml vinilots recently.
Ilitvo you men thane souvenir
cm (U of Uic Iknd Ichool lioijiw Ml
V. J McOillvray wan in Jlend
ycHlerday from liii fnttch noaitieaiit
Unit R. Smith and wife were in
Iknil yesterday from their tiprivr
Mr. ami Mr. D. A. I'itidlty of
Holland were burincM caller in
A. D. Morrill and family visited
Mr. Morrill' futher hmtSttmUy on
hi honteftltad in iy-tt.
The Bend fire )MriiHeHt recently
ptirchunrd a large extension ladder,
conitaiid of thtec sections.
J. O. I'ry and family have ie
turned to Betid after Kiiilitijt
ssveiHl weexa in the valley.
Mm. L. II. McCmuii wii down
from the homestead in lyu over
Sunday, returning Ttieaday.
Wednesday night w m fore
nuiucr of what is coMittg -the
thermometer dropped to 13 above
It. A. Kendall was in Iteiidl
Wednesday after a Um of lumber
to he uted oh hi ranch near Red-
Mr. Will ilatca and alsler re
inrncd from Mitchell thelatttr part
of lal week from a viait with their
Dotit'l forget to aend your frievds
acme of thoae aouveuir poatel cards
of the Head school house. Grant
, 'lite band boys are aportiug an
other brand new horna silver
plated alto. Carlyle TrijdeU is the
one who loots it.
Last week Barney r.fwii plowed
xeveial acres oil hU homestead
west of town and will put it into
crop next spriuir.
Paul Kraemer has been riding
the isnge south of Koataud for the
last three weeks after horse for
C. A. Chapman has been haul
ing lumber onto bis homestead thia
week. He will soon commence
Freighter Kelscy of Anteloj
pasted through lleud Tuesday with
a load of freight for the Silvertooth
store at Silver Lake.
aim. William Arnold and sister.
Mi Pear! KigK. were in Hem!
Tuesday from their ranch in the
Arnold ditch dWttict.
1'rotik May, formerly of Mend
but who has been in AbuUrt during
the pnai year, was in Portland Hie
first of the week on hi way to the
liTc Central Ore
gon, Banking (S&
..i.ii.i. 1 m . ."
Transacts 11 (Jeiicrnl HnnK
Acts ns Administrator, Isx
ccutor or Trustee of Hstatcs
Issues Drafts and Hani;
Money Orders 011 all l;orelgii
Interest on Time Deposits
Safe Deposit Hoxcs.
PI re Insurance.
A. M. Drake, A. I.. Goodwill',
1'rot.liluiit. Vice 1'roB.
J, JU. I.nwronce, Secretory.
If A Minor. Cuslliur.
nHNn.V -" ' OUKGOrffl
Dr. Merrill It having n barn
built on the rwir or lim lots, iiud
hitter will have a kilcheu added to
his former More building,
I'ted lluunell linn hecu iiwkhii:
Improvements this week on his
homestead east of Neud by plowing
several acres, lie will need It next
15. A. OrJflm was in llend Tues
day from his homestead where he
has been making iniptovenieiiu on
his house . lie plans to build an
Mrs. T. II. Crang, who has
been visiting in Jkud with her
daughter, Mrs C. M. Weymouth,
will return next Monday to her
home in Portland.
The moving picture concert at
the Jlenil Social Club hall Wednes
cveniug was a very pleasing enter
tainment. The views of San I'raii
cisco were etecilly good.
The youngsters of the town were
busy until late hours Wednesday
night Hallowe'en. Very little
damage was done, but the next
morning there were the initial evi
dences of harmless fun.
The tegular monthly consecra
tion meeting of the Cliriitian ftu-
deavor society next Sunday even
ing. Mopic: "The lilesseduess of
Communion with Christ." John
r.j: ij-aG. Leader, Mrs. N. P.
The Hcud sawmills report that
they are doing nearly three times
as much business this fall as they
did the same time last year. This
is the best kind of evidence of sub
stantial development in the llend
We are threatened with an egg
famine. Kggs are ao scarce that
Head housewives are only too glad
to buy the precious articles one or
two at a time, and pay fancy price
at that. The price ranges from o
to 50 cent er doaen.
J. W. Kobiaou did a very neat
jdece of work in setting the broken
ankle of the stage horsw injured
last week. lie set the fracture and
then encased it in a plaster of
Paris carte. The animal is ap
patently gutting along nicely.
This section of Oregon Iiua been
a famous stock country for years,
but that it is not yet much of a
dairy region was shown recently
when it was imiiossible (or n lleud
'.ititcu to purchases churn in any
of the stores. It was uecusuuy to
have one made.
Ranchers in the vicinity of lleud
rejHirt that hawks nre causing them
considerable loss iii the poultry
Hocks. They should import a
breed of dogs the same as one
owned by n Hood River man a
dog that kills all mnraudiiiK hawks
mid eagles. Tlie story is told in
Mrs. Michael Morrison, who last
spring underwent an operation in n
Portland hospital and who since she
recovered has been visiting in
Minnesota, wns forced recently to
return to Portland and undergo
another operation due to infection
in the wound. The second opera
tion proved very successful. Mrs.
Mot 1 Unit's health has been greatly
improved since the operation in the
Joe Lnue, one of the Indians
who has been about town the past
week, told a hear story that beats
even the chase of the big grizzly,
lie said as he was walking along
in the timber one day a black bear
jumped up suddenly nt his very
feet and before he could shoot or
defend himself, the bear had seized
him in its deadly hug. Whereupon
Joe grabbed the animal by its jaws
and by main strength broke its
jaws. Whether Joe is drawing on
his imagination or not, we do not
know, but he has evidently been in
some sort of ' nu '.encounter- os- his
Hands arc tcrrihly .scratched ami
rim nuscnuins rikiion
(CoiiiIiiihmI from jxikc 4.)
the head ditch Iwiuie water can
reach the lower end.
One of the most remarkable re
sults of irrigation in the immediate
vicinity of llend is the change in
the climatic conditions. The
climnlological records show that
even through the month of Julv
and August on certain dates the
minimum tbinicratiuedrnped frorn
four to nine deurces lielow freezing
during every yenr prior to 1005.
since a record was ketU. While it
call hardly le said that irrigation
has commenced in the vicinity of
Mend, yet with the water diverted
through the vicinity in the
cunnls and ntso applied to a small
acreage scatleted over about four
square miles, it is not only a fuel
that there was no frost at all for Go
days during both 1905 and 1906,
but corn, cucumbers, tomatoes and
melons have been successfully
raised during this year within a
tadius of two miles iiiouud llend,
this being about the most elevated
section uudrr lh irrigation system.
Considering these results, and
hearing in mind the mikl and
agreeable winters we enjoy, we will
simply ask you to draw your own
conclusions as to the future condi
tions, in reference to this subject,
when the entire district is reclaimed.
In conclusion we may be jar
donetl when we say that, with a
district having a foundation com
posed of good soil, su energetic
irrigation compHiiy that is ready
and willing to do its part, and in
vincible and intelligent Mtllcrs, we
believe not only that here will lie a
dencely populated and exceedingly
prosperous community in the near
future but that 111 commercial im
portance to the state of Oregon, it
will fully equal the famous Wil
lamette vallev above Salem and will
materially add to the wealth snd
population of Portland and other
cities with which it will have future
business relations. .
Hood River Strawberry Plants for Snle
The Chirk Seedling variety that
has made Hood River famous; 75c
a hundred, $5 a thoiisntid. Well
25.32 L. 1;. WIKHT, Hclid, Ur.
Chickens for Snle.
I have for sale "Kirne pure-bred
Burred Plymouth Rock hens; also
some spring chickens, fine for table
use. Can deliver at lleud if de
sired. Mas. C. H. Am.kk,
27tf Rend, Oregon.
Don't lorttw The Hullctin from your
Hfltiblwr HMWril for ft.
First National Bank
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
H. I'. Alkit
T. !. HaldwlM. .
Black Langshan Cockerels
Vour Choice Now for 75 Cents.
B. C. PARK
RKDMOSD, - - ORKC'.oN
My fowls took eveii firU and three
second st the fair
Saloon License Notice.
Ilit.S't), Or., Nov. 1. 1906.
To the Honorable Mayor and
Common Council of the City of
Gentlemen: The undersigned,
George W. Whitsett, Sr., hereby
respectfully applies for a license
from the City of Hend to sell spirit
uous, vinous and malt liquors and
fermented cider in the building'
situated on lot 9 of block 10 of the!
City of Rend, for a period of three!
months from the 10th day of No
vetnber. 1906. Respectfullv,
UltOKOC W. WlllTSKTT, Sr.
OKr-AaTMKMT OI THK IXTI'Sloa
I' S. Utwl OOter, The Italic. Orrcoa.
OctobM 11, 1 DO.
A naOtcfeat eoatMt affMUva baviBi btcu S1r!
IB Ibu ofltor by LllSWd II Kill. rontrUt
glt hoWMlnHl euuy Ku U47.mdf llttxin
Set is, ipm. tktr th m. wc , ii 16
r 14 r, w m, b l'rr W Hlr.
cuNlnUv, In wbtrh il in llrgl tht
,kt PritT W Pair hiw wholly almmlonr,! Mid
lifcrt. thai he ha changed kt rraidrncc
Inrtrfrom for mora than aU rionlh lncr
making id ntlry. thai ald trail i nut arlllrd
upon nod cultivated by ukt prl rcttinl
by ta that aatd atlrarl lUrmr a ii'rt Cat
to hi riaploymmt In the army unj or marine
corpoflhe t'nited State In limr it war, aatd
parti arc brtrby BiMlSid to auprar, rrMHtd
aad otfer evidenc tuorhioa aatd allrnlkia at
hi g'dwL a w on iMrcrmber V laoi, befurc
Warrva Hrowa. County CI. rk, at hi offtcr in
frtaTille Oregon awl that B! hcanne ill be
held at la o'etark a m on IHvrnihrr 11, laaA.
kefoee the Kegiafcrr and Neceitrr at the I, r)
Land, oaVe. The Uallra, Oregon
The aal conleatant hat lug. in a proper a fit la
tit. Sled October . iou6, ael forth fact wln.h
alww after dae dlligeare peraooal aervicr of tht
notice can not be made. It ia hereby ordered and
directed that patch notice be given by dae and
na-jo MICIIAKI. T. NOLAN. Negiater.
Barber Shop & Baths
Rest of accommodations and
work promptly done
WAM. ST. IIHNI), OKKGON
llaviii"; purchased the Chapman stock of dry
goods, etc., the same will be sold at greatly
reduced prices. ThteiStqck must be sold at once
to make room for a Hue hneof winter goods.
We have some fine bargains in
Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Men's Furnishings,
Crockery, Tinware, Etc., Etc.
...THE MERRILL COMPANY
Life Insurance Company
Nearly 300 SAT-SFIED policyholders in Crook County.
A. W. CLOTHIER,
F. O. MINOR,
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all the delicacies of the season
Pirst'claas Equipment JMrte Uooms and lltda
All stages stop at the hotel door
j& iiiWHii i'iTI
11 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 IM nMlllilli il III 1 IVItiiPyl
Z. F. MQOBY I
Commission and forwarding
MIAftlKW, - UKUUUiN .,
Large, Commodious Warehouse. Consignment's Solicited
Prompt attention yav lo thoae who
favor tne with their patronage
THROUGH FROM BEND TO SMANIKO IN ONE DAY
Leave Shnniko 6 p. m. 1 Leave Bend 6:00 a. m.
Arrive Prinevillc 7 a. m. ; Arrive Prineville 12:00 m.
Leave Prineville 12:30 p. m. j Leave Prineville 1 p. tn,
Arrive lleud 7:00 p.m. Arrive Shaniko u.tn.
FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENTS FOR TRAVELLING PUBLIC
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONALE
Bend Livery & Transfer Co.
V. J. ROBISON, Proprietor.
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
HOKSB3 BOARDHD BY THK DAY, WlJEK OR MONTII
First-Class Livery Rigs for Rent. 'Phone No. 15
Bond tr(, Wttren MtminotK ami Ottean. -
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
JF Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
WAI.I, STRUUT, Opjwtlte 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.
HUQII O'KANd, Prop.
1 ' 1 vffp' - Tffa 4JS5: wsi 'aft
MOST CHNTRA1.IA' I.OCAT1U) llOTHI, IN HNI.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Renspnnh!e7 Rates.' Good Rooms
., -Hlw5feservKtiWTTSh 'V.f
HlwsservKjiWrhJlWjt UVode. -w
REPEATING SHOTGU NS
No matter how big the bird, no matter how heavy ha plumtgc or
swift its fllcht, you can bring it to bag with a Jong, strong,
straight shooting Winchester Repeating Shotgun. Results are what
count. They always give the best results in field, fowl 91 trap
shooting, and are sold within reach of everybody's pockctbook.
FREE: Stnd nami tnd aidtttt on a portal urd fob our lire lllctiratid taUtdtui.