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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1906)
Owrge Mryem of I'llneville linn
Mii ill fCHtl lite mii wk.
It. I). Henry of LnlilUw wns In
Html oil UuiiincKt liml .Saturday.
llavt you tried Qtnnl's Peach
MariM. t If H. iry It j$if
C. M Xwlneld nnd C. K. Khict
of Redmond were in ftoml Monday.
$,oo to tend on real etute secur
ity. App'y The HulhMltt oflW
It. W. I.n kin rrivl hi Ifcnd
Twidijr IternooH to mttttd lu bti
Mm. Mourn NiawoHgcr wm in
town from the Powell Butte aim ion
Orm if netting aouvtnlr jmmImI
curds of bend new nrhool boune
llive you done your duty?
C. M. Weymouth a tut C. D.
ttfowtt went to 1'ritieville Tuesday
041 buslntM, returning Thursday
C. I? Brown h Co hit moved
their oflct from the Triplet i build
ing iuti tb O'Knue building on
I, week Mike Mv field and
Mr. MaJf'ti drove attain 300 head
of cattle from the range aouth of
Kotlahd to the home ranches.
II : R. Satrhwett mi "Tex" Hth
ridgt rwebed Beud yesterday with
two loads 0 wite and other aupplie
for the tttfpbone e tensions. They
had on about 4500 puurtda apiece.
Tbera is a carload of thnt ((eight to
to be hauled Irom Shaniko to Bend.
Two loads of freight about to,
ono yofeMtds were sent out by
HttgbO'Ksoe Thursday morning
for the Rankin surveyors. The
freight was to be taken as far a the
George Rice ranch on the "Utile
Meadows." This freight bad been
Moted in the automobile bant.
Tltere was quite an exodus from
Jteml Thursday morning, composed
mostly of people who had been here
look m after limber interests. The
party Marled fur Shanlko and In
cluded Mr. and Mrs. R. It Muncy.
B. W. Ukln. Tbos Sbevlin, A.
I.orU. M. Kelly and 8. A. Blskley.
Paul Kraemer returned to Bend
last Friday from riding the range
north of Rostand. He and Dick
Vandevett cam back together and
brought with ibem 75 bead of
young cattle belonging to Mr. Van
deverl. Mr. V. stilt bss about 130
bead of older cattle in that region
which he will drive down later.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day, Iknd waa visited with very
high winds, which stirred up s
great amount of dost and made
housekeeping bard for the house
wivts. The wind culminated
Wednesday night in a heavy down
pour of rain, soaking tbe ground to
n depth of five or six inches. It
will prove a bleating to the man
who lias Ml Mown grain in.
The Centra! Ore
gon Banking f&
'" 1 ' ' in m ,1.1
TrnnsiicU a (Icneral Hunk
lug Hustiiess. ,
Acts (is Administrator, Hx
,ccutor or Trustee of Hstntcs
Issues Drafts nnd Hank
' j Aoney Orders on all Foreign
' Interest on Time Deposits;
Safe Deposit Hoxcs.
PI re Insurance,
A. M. Draku, A. I., (ioixlwlllie,
l'roMliluut. Vice Proa,
J. M. Lnwrguce, Sucrutnry.
V. O. Minor, Cnshltsr.
IlltNt), - . ORKGOty
A good drink, Pencil Marine, at
('.rant's, 5c. .if
J. C. Stllwi of Laidluw was n
Hand visitor hint .Sunday.
Mlts I'lornuce McCntui is viMiting
tit Silver Luke tlii week.
Tom Sharp whs a culler In IJhikI
seversl days of tills week.
W. I'.. Hogtie of Roslsnil whs
biislneas caller in Bend Monday.
$900 to km! on rciil estste msciii
Ity. Apply at The' Jltilletln office.
C. V.. Park of Kedinoiur wss st
lei id I tin to business In llend Tues
day. Attorney Wlckhsin whs in Print?
ville the tatter pari of last week at
tending to legal business.
K. II. Muncy has hecu in Ileml
during the jmst week from his work
of cruising timber with Mr. Lakin'a
The high wind Tuesday after
noon completely tipped over quite
a large chicken house for II. K
Mrs. K. II. Muncy wss in Bend
this week from her Seattle lioiac.
She came to make final proof on a
James Ilreen has relumed to llend
after severs! weeks working with
Itngiueer Millsr'a crew f survey
ors oil tbe Oregon Hasteru.
Wednesday night the lowetl
lemperature recorded by Observer
Grant's imttrumenls wss 5.; degrees.
Thst was remarkably warm for thi
lime of the year.
Commencing November 19, tbe
Tnmato mad tge will leave Beud
on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Sat
urdays, instcsd of Mondays,
Wednesdays and I'ridays.
C. D. Hrowu X: Co is tbe latest
Bend firm. It comprises Mr. Brown,
C M. Weymouth and It. Niswon
ger. The firm's specislty is tim
ber binds snd other rest estste.
Commissioner Itlii is one of the
busiest men in Hend these days.
With another large grist of prooU
to attend to this week and the ex
tension of the telephone line to
Roaland to look after, he has his
time fully occupied.
Adam Kotsmau has recently
bought too head of cattle, with
both milch cows and feeders among
the number. Mr. Kotsman is very
anxious to get tbe farmers, here
abouls interested in dairying and
atys every fsrm should have cows,
pigs and chickens.
TheUidlaw Development Ieagne
has drawn up lengthy resolutions
brotcstinu attains! tbe announced
purpune of the reclamation service
to build a dam in tbe Deschutes
and thus spoil a railroad route into
Central Oregon. The document
will be laid before tbe reclamation
Dr. Kills and family ot Resrdon,
Wash., moved onto tbe old I Urn
drickson ranch this week, and will
make this their future boms. Titers
are munv new coiners settling ill
the Bend country this lull, which
b pleading to everyone. The citi
zens are anxious to see the country
settled and welcome new arrivals.
Sam A. Illaklcy, who lias boon
cruising timber for the .Scnnlon
GIptiou company during the sum
mer, left Bend Thursday moriiiuK
to return to Minnesota. Mr. Ulnk
luy liked tlie Bend country very
well. He said it was ciuite probable
that lie would be sent back here to
In innrc u'nrk for tlie COUIDilUV aild
If he is he would bring his family
C. C. Close of Graugeville, N,
D., arrived in Bend this week with
bis futility and is taking up his resi
dence on his recently purchased
ditch land east of Bend near the
Baldwin ranch. Mr. Close will be
gin the development of his ranch
as soon as he gets settled on the
place, lie is one of those welcome
new coiners that we-are all glad to
9ee arrive in the Bend country,..
1300 to lend on real estate
security. Apply at The Bulletin
I.H.st Tuesday thtt temperature at
Bend was remarkably free from
variations. The rnnge was only
dxht degrees, the highest 59, the
lowest 51 .
The home of Mr and Mrs. S. I).
I'ercivnl has been gladdened by tlie
arrival of a little daughter, who
was Iwni to them on .Sunday, No
Herman Splcer was in Bend
Tuesday from his homestead in the
Tunislo country. Mr. Splcer is
building a bouse 20x26 feet out of
logs, doing the work alone, and
says it is pretty strenuous labor.
Itev. Campbell Tavcuor will
preach Sabbath morning at 1 1
o'clock at the church and a cordial
invitation is extended to all to hear
him. He is to be the jMistor of the
Methodist Kplscopal church for the
J. S. Smythe is another new
coiner here who has purchased laud
a few miles east of Bend, near the
tract purchased by C. C. Close. He
is making the preliminary arrange
ments to take up his residence on
it. Mr. Stay the comes from Idaho.
Those who attend the baud boys'
masquerade on Thanksgiving eve.
will be treated to some special mu
sic by Messrs. John Pergusou and
W. J. McGillvray. Mr. Ferguson
will play the harp and Mr. McGill
vray the violin, and thex two gen
tlemen will probably be accompan
ied by Dr. Coe with the, clarionet.
The special music by these gentle
men, together wich several new se
lections by the baud, will be alone
well worth tlie price of admission.
The petition asking for the par
don of John V. Dell, sentenced to
one year in the penitentiary for tbe
killing of William Pugh at Priue
ville, has been presented to Gover
nor Chamberlain and carried 60
signatures. A remonstrance has
also been (lied protesting against
tbe granting of the iMrdon. The
remonstrance had 90 signer. There
aeema to be much difference of
opinion as to the degree of blame
that attaches to Mil for the Willi,.
of the old man.
If you arc losing your hair try a
bottle ol Thorp's Herb Nourish
ment. It is guaranteed to stop
tslhnK hair, remove dandruff, and
Siroduce a new growth of hair.
'or sale by W. S. N'ichol. yxf
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T plnlaol,. t.oioniunic.
Chicken for Snlc.
I have for sale some pure-bred
Barred Plymouth Rock hens: alho
some spring chickens, fine for tabic
use. Con deliver at Jfetm ti de
sired. Mk. C. B. Am.KN,
27tf Bend, Oregon.
Black Langshan Cockerels
Your Choice Now for 75 Cents.
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KltDMOXI), - - OXBOON
My fowl took wven flints awl three
Mteotid at the fair
TtMfen Mad. Art 1im i, iM-
NOTICM 10R PUBLICATION.
U. B. Iw OSk. Tfec Italic. Ottttm,
Mtmbt 7, if.
Mottae M krfcy that In ceapUancc with
act of Coaatccaor Janri.
.. A u w fc th Ml AT HnMf MIMU
It. the Mate of Callfori
California, Ofio. Wrrada, ami
Wantiloitoft TrnHarr." a cirtrod4 to alltlK
wMk laHd Mtw bjr act of Auat 4
Kumm II. Citmp
of Walla Walla, ut of Walla Walla, MaU-of
W4iliiaUw, baa thli iy Slrd la thMofflor bjr
Mrora nalrairat Ko jiaa.ror the parchaac of the
mi ti out j. if . T w "
And will offer pcor to. rtww that the land
otMINt V more valuable for lt tliaheror tpae
than for agrlatllaral ptto. and 10 UblWi
her dalM to tald tand betote the HeaWcr and
Mecctxrr at Tbe ImUcii, OfegoH, en the nib day
of January. .
hr name an wllneawa Jn SUm, Wiltlani
Hrorh. 1 N. Ilnnter. of Send. Oregon. V M
Horke. y. W. Cronn, both of Walla Walla. Waah
Any and all nerann eUlnrtn "Z"'
the abaee-dewTthed tend are renaeeted to Sle
tbdrctolnw In thbt ofSca on nr before
day of Jnnnary. twi
ll MltHAKI. T. ll,AI, mewl,
TUMbr Ud, At of June . ltr
NOTICB FOIl PUHLICATION.
0. S. Imi OStce, The Datlet, Orenjon.
November j. ra.
Notice k hereby (teen that In coaollanco with
t Act of Coawree of Jnoc 1
DM. entitled "An act for the aale of timber
of the Aclorconwrax 01 J
In the ale of California. Oregon. Herada and
Waahlnatoa Territory," ai extended to alt the
miMtc land Kate by art of Angnat 4. iS. the
following named perton haee on October ij. rae
Sled In thu oSk their worn aUtemcnU, to-wtl
' Alice C Wood
of Send, coantv of Crook. WU of Oregon, aworn
Malement No atet. for the nucha. oT the "H
ncK. wMXK and mKwK of c if, tp 17 . r u
c, w m
Charlei K. Woe4
of Scad, eoaaty of Crook. Maw of Chrgoa. Mr-n
matcmest . Mas. for the tnwtfca af Unr nH
nK. KiK afaac laakd eeKk
face 1. t
1; a, r it c. w m.
Mary A. Wet
of Mead, raurty of Crook. "IftfOwSt0
atatcmcM No ima. for the mocha el tac
aw)(andlaUaad4ofacciaadl(4l of w
tp 17 1, r 11 , w m.
That they wUl offer prooSi to how that tbe
Uada aoaght an more rateable f the timber or
Mom thereon than for agffcutM-rpitce.aiid
to eaUhUab IhefreUlm to midland before II
C KIM. 17 . Commtmlnner, at bK oft(al place
of Uutnexat Send. Crook County. Oregon, on
January m, taoy.
They name the following wttMCo ,ch"te
X Wood. Alice C. Wood. Joeeph r. Wood Klmer
Miawuneee. Cbatte M. Weemontb, Mary A
Wood and Hamurl A. Oolt. all of Mend. Oregon
; ur.lcIced.d.,B.r? ZZZSiZK
Aay and all
. . . .. ... ...... f
their cUlau la Ihla oraee on or oeiore inc
10th day of Jaaaary. tear
ati4 MICHAKL T. NOLAN. Hegiatcr.
Timber Lacd. Act Jwm 4. tayf.
NOTICH FOR PUBLICATION.
I' Ud OIBoe. The tlallea. Oregon.
Mcptemucr 19. io
Notlce U hereby gieen thai in compllaac wtth
tha prwelona ijf Ibe act of Coogrem of June 1.
miiutled "In act for the aale of Umber lamU
, la the Watra of California. Oregon. Nrrada. and
! Waahlngtoo Terrttory." aa enendod In all the
rubUC Iou ataiea oy aa u. niojaw 4. '-
Jennie It VamU
of Valh) Ctty, connty of Polk. Mate ol Oregon, ha
Ihiaday Sled lu Ihla ofltae her awora auuiueiii
No. ub. tor the purvnaae 01 ine kh o .
tp I a, r lie w m
And will oSer neoof to anow tnat tne lann
aonaht la mure valuable foe Ita timber or '.
than for agricttttuial pnrpoara. od to ewtabtltb
w i.iaT id lid heftwr the aaoialet and Kt-
ceirer at Thr Dalle. Oregon, on the Jiat day of
Jaanor) , 107
aba name aa wttutam Clarence It tmwtoa
of The Dollce. trego. Kmma B aurbtra 01
MoaKavilia, iregin waiier . Amra iw nn
Buttat worth, both of Beud, Oregon.
An and aU peraon claiwiuc adetmely the
.ZLZZLZLtV.nA. . feoueaUd to lie their
riaiwa in Ihla omce on or before tahl ut day of
HiH MICHAKI.T. NOLAN. KeaXer
TO CIIAS. A. McKINNON. 1116 IIKIKS. 1(X-
KCUTORS. ADMINIhTRATORb OR AH-
NMlec ta hereby BtveH Ibat yoti arc ikltua.""!
Ih the )w)toen' aud uriK ol a certalu
ttond for IVred No Hi. iuetl to you by the l'llot
Italic I)eeloiueut Contiaiiy Sx Lot 9 of attK
It ofKemi, ami that. If wkl detluqueHCy taU
Hot be been made kmmI ami all amouuttilue
ou MM lloml lall no! have been lM by Oecem
lr w, iuo. Mkl Hoik! will at that time be cau
celed by the uiHlerlHiiel
Tiik l'iur Iirrru ln.vauii'Mit.vr Co.
Ileml, Oregon. November 11, ij6. iiioIii
TO AI.IIHKT KIUM. lllrt IIUIR8, ItXHCf
TOR. ADMINISTRATORS OR ASS.ION8
Notice U hereby lcn Hint ou are tlcliuuueiit
,iM .viMiitH,ul ivroviloii of a certain lloiul
In Hie iui menu
for Deeil No u. Umeil to ou by The. I'llot Iiutte
l)celoniiient Coiuiuny for Lola 9 ami 10 or mock
j J of llcnd, ami that, If al'l tlelliiquenn- aliall not
hae been made good, ami all auiouiiU due on
1 nM Iloml ahull uol liae beeii paid, by Decern
lier a;, ivioo. ld Horn! will at tliat time be can-
1 crlctl by tlie umleralgnwl.
Tllli 1'll.or llt'TTI! imvBioilNT Co
lleiul. Orciiun. Noemler n, !. uifriUi
TO DAN McKINAHY AND JOHN II LAI K,
T11H1R UKlRh. HXKCl'TORS, ADMIN
1 IstTKATORH OR bbUINIii
I Notice l hrrrby given that joiinre- ilellnaueiit
1 inthepayimiitaatul iirovlaloaaofa lertalu Iknnl
i for Deol No M. lel t jon by The I'llot llultr
1 Development Coiuauy fur Lot 11 of Itlock o or
llenrt, and that, If aald delinquency liallnot hat
Ikcii iluide good, nnd all aiiiouiita due an wild
. Iloml aliall not lic lireu paid, b) December J7
1906. antd Iloml will ol that time 1. cancelled by
1 the uudcralcneil. ,,
1 TllK I'lWIT lll'TTII IlKVIIWirMBXT Co.
' nend. Oregon, Noember fa, v"6. ni6ilti
iKKlQATitu IU'ND I luive a few
choice trncts from' 40 to 160, acres
each that can be bought at a bar
gain. P.- Lv Tomwcins, Bauk
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Having purchased the Chapman stock of dry
goods, etc., the same will be sold at greatly
reduced prices. This stock must be sold atonce
to make room for a fine line of winter goods
We have some fine bargains in
Pry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Men's Furnishings,
Crockery, Tinware, fc.tc., ,tc. d
OMpaTiio OLO ...THE MERRILL COMPANY I
"iBpeowgga WJC'ffXftfrJrazga swmmtKiiJ. mi jwwasaj&jms&zazr
PILOT BUTTE 3NN
A. C LUCAS, Proprietor.
Tables supplied with all the delicacies of the season
First-class Kquipment Fine Rooms and Beds
All stapes stop at
Commissfon and forwarding
siiANiKO, - oRnao.s r;
Large, Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited
Prompt at tentlon paid to those who
favor me with their patrouaKC
THROlfCJH FROM BEND
Leave Shaniko 6 p. in.
Arrive Prineville 7 a. ta.
Leave Prineville 12:30 p. m.
Arrive Bend 7:00 p. m.
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONALE
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
IfST Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
HUGH O'KANE, Prop.
MOST CENTRALLY LOCATKD HOTKL IN BUND.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms .
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
Life Insurance Company
Nearly 300 SATISFIED
A. V. CLOTHIER,
Did You Ever Stop and Think
That there is more news in The Bul
letin than in any other paper irL
the Jiotcl door
TO SNANIKO IN ONE DAY
Leave Bend 6:00 a. m.
Arrive Prineville 12:00 m.
Leave Prineville 1 p. m.
Arrive Shaniko x a. tn.
FOR TRAVELLING PUBLIC
policyholders in Crook County;
F. O. MINOR,,
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