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THE BEND BULLETIN.
DKND, ORKGON, FRIDAY, JUNK at, 1907.
ccattso wo nro selling tho camo and better
quality at n closer margin is a very good
reason why you will find our store tho
best placo to buy anything in tho lino of
Groceries, Drygoods, Furnish
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and Oils
Ihe PSNE TREE STOR.E
II. A. SATIIIW, I'UOPRIirrOK
UmiKh, Surfnced mid Moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
T. & O. FLOORING
Reasonable "--ADHD CKILING ' Lumber
WINDOW JAMBS DMIvrwH ,1
Prices window casino Delivered at
finnd HKAD BLOCKS , w w
000(1 0. O. DASItnOARD ihcrC "
flrndes STAIR TRl.ADS Tlic Lands oj
j)ry WATKR TAHLK T"c J ' & '
' O. 0. BATTINS j?- ,r
Stock MOULDINGS P C S- ' W.
1 II. I). P ATI. NT HOOFING
CUSTOM PHHD MILL IN CONNECTION.
Pilot Butte Development
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bend, - Oregon.
W. P. A1YERS
Th.Iw ywrtiMtUI ixattUe lrre Ihe U. H.
Mud Oftkti 11111I DtjMninoiil of the liittrlur.
Alio KfllMul itC4lt.
OiFlCC, - Laiw.av, Quit.
, U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
01'1'ICIC OVER 1IANIC.
Till Wdbt trelcpbouc connection
.Y TltMU'IlONlt NO, 21
DR. I. L, SCOFIELD
Ofllce III Drug Uldre on Wall Street
Officii noun, g . Ill, la 4 l. III,
Office I'iiuiie No. ? UcaUleucc I'lioue No. 6
M. V. TUlULEY, M. D.
Physician nnd Surgeon
OI'l'ICH IN JOHNSON 1II.D0, ON WAI.I. ST.
R. D. WICKHAM
Attornoy - at - Law
orrtCK IN UAffK HUIMIIKO.
l mil ml II. Klii V. It. Oaetln. Jr
John K Koikwk
King, Guerin & Kollock
lwuil. llulMlne lun.l, Orsi
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HKlltltiilliii clifii la i)uctlmi riUtlng lo
Nvstcr, l.aml mill Oanrral CoriwrstUm !,
l'KACTICI! IN A 1,1, I'KIHIHAI. AND STATX
J. II. IIANUR.
ABSTRACTER 'of TITLES
I'lre Iiniimucc, Lite luitirsiice, Surety IlonJ.,
Kl JtntMe, Coiivr) Slicing
l'KiNitvir.i.it, . . oiutnoN
First National Bank
Capital, Surplus nml Undivided
11, 1'. Allen , , . , .. ., President
Will Wuriwcllcr m. ... Vice rrtsMeut
T, M llolilwlii ,. ,,, , , Cadtltr
)l. Uolilwlu... , ,,.,.. , ,AMlUnt Caililtr
A GLORIOUS FOURTH!
Preparations Made for a
(100D TIME I;0R EVERYBODY
(lames, Sports, llarticcue, Music and
fireworks Will AM In tlia Day's
Bend's celebration will be ahum
mcr. Thnt's the verdict in the
language of the street. An enthu
siastic meeting of tlic committees
was lielil Tuesday night nnd from
now until the great day everything
will go forward with vim and vigor.
Tho Trout llarbecue.
The trout barlectic nnd basket
dinner will probably he the chief
feature of the day's entertainment.
At least it seems to be the drawing
card for many out of town people
who have signified their intention
to partake of that feast. I'rinevillc
is coming over enmasse and they
say the barbecue is the drawing
card. Ralph Sheldon has been ap
pointed captain of a company of
expert fishermen who will begin
their work in time to assure n great
sufficiency of the wriggling, speck
led beauties. A large appropria
tion has been made to cover the ex
peuscs of this feature, teams will
bring each day's catch, well packed
in ice, to town where they will be
repacked nnd stored in ice. The
people may rest assured that there
will be "stacks" of trout.
Will Ite Well Served.
And they can likewise rest as
sured that the fish will be properly
served, for Charley Cottor will sup
ervise the frying cf them nnd he is
the "king bee" of the whole sec
tion when it comes to preparing
Deschutes trout. The barbecue
will probably be .served beneath the
tall pines south of the P. 1). D.
Co.'s office nnd at the cud of Wall
htrcct. However, the dinner will
be only one feature of the day's en
tertaiumcut. There will be n pa
rnde through the streets to the
grounds, followed by n program
consisting of music and nu oration
by n prominent speaker. After
this will come the barbecue.
The Afternoon Sports.
The sports will be pulled off dur
ing the afternoon. There will be n
bull game between the high school
tenuis of Princvillc nnd Bend.
These tenuis piny fast ball nml n
good game is premised the lovers
of the national sport. There will
lc rnccs of many kinds, broncho
riding, tug of wnr, catching n
greased pig, nud trap shooting.
In the evening the bowery dnuce
will be opened for those who like to
dunce while a fine display of fire
works will furnish amusement for
nil nml will close the dny's sport.
Rest Room for tho Ladles.
Much attention will be given to
the comfort of the visitors, There
will be n rest room for the conven
ience of the Indies, where tired
mothers nud little ones cnu go for
rest nnd comfort. This rest room
will be free uud open to every
womnu. The streets will be thor
oughly sprinkled nud the dust laid.
The groum)s where the speaking,
dinner, bull game nud sports will
take plnco is the open tract lying
at the squth eud of Wall street.
This tract is circled by nn Irriga
tion ditch nud the. grounds will be
flooded on the and or 3rd s.q ts to
settle the dust. There is lots 01
shade, a great big river and n pleat
ing program will be given. You
had better celebrate in Bend.
Following is n list of sports, with
Hall game, 65 mi'l 35 percent $75 o
joo-yartl xjtiy rnce, f 10 nml f.t, ij 00
.Joo-ynnl jkiii) rscr, f toatiil fi ... 1$ 00
lloyn' foot rac, 75, yil., fj.yt 8c.fl , 1 a
Men's foot rnf, loo yd , 1000
l'nt iiioii'i wee, n$ II. or oer,
jioysiriW , , 5 00
l.mlles' rsre. 50 yil., f j a.-til ft... 4 w
Sack race. y yiknU 3 jo
GrcnMMl jili; ,,. 2 jo
llroncliii H'IIhk 10 on
Tlic of wr 30 09
l'rca-far-iill liorc race, fi5&f7.y 32 y
Trap ilioot, jo-blril event, f 15, f 10
nml , jp 00
Tmp stmot, 35 Mnl event, jjlonnd
tS 5 on
TrHpilioot, 2$ bird event, flo and
VOTE FOR YOUR CHOICE.
Whom Do You Wnnt for flod'Jess of
Liberty on July 4?
One of the features of the Mend
celebration will be a liberty car,
with the customary goddess of lib
erty surrouuded by the states of the
T0WNS1TE IS SOLD
llntlro Holdings of A. M. Drake and
Pilot Butte Development Com
pany Sold to a Syndicate.
The Ilend townsite, together with
all other holdings in this section of
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Drake and the
Pilot Hutte Development Company,
has been sold to a syndicate com
posed of V. S. Stanley, E. A. Bald
win, Jesse I. Stearns, of the Des
chutes Irrigation & Power Com
ny, nud John Steidl nnd J. lv
Sawhill of Ilend. This news was
given to the public at r 1 o'clock to
day nt a ninss meeting called in the
It. M. hall, when Mr. Sawhill stated
the above facts. He announced
further that the D I. & P. Co.
will move its headquarters back to
Ucnd in the immediate future, and
will do nil it can to help in the
urowtli of Ucnd.
The nbovc news was received
gladly by the assembled citizens. It
assures that the unfortunate trou
bles which have existed between
the Deschutes Irrigation & Power
Co. nud the Pilot Butte Develop
ment Co. for the iwst two years
will now be n thing of the past nnd
that-Uic development of this region
will go forward without the rctnrd
ing friction thnt has heretofore
A vote ol tliuuks Irom the citi
zens wns extended to Mr. Steidl,
.Mr. Sawhill uud Dr. Coe for haviug
accomplished the happy ending of
tno above-mentioned dilhculties. It
wns nUo the sentiment of the meet
ing that the slate should now be
u'iped clean, nil past unpleasant
ncsses be forgotten, nnd everyone
pull togcthor with n vim and vigor
for the development of this, one of
tlic most favored sections in the
union. The task of choosing n
goddess of liberty wns too serious n
one for the committee to tackle so
it wns decided to have the people
choose that important personage.
Tickets have beeu printed with n
blank line on which to write your
choice. Each vote will cost 10
cents. There will be votlnn places
in all the business houses.
The polls are now open nnd will.
close nt a 0 clock on tue evening of
June 30, when the 'votes will be
counted, i he committee appointed
to poll the vote cousists of John
Steidl, C. D. Brown nnd Chns. D.
Whom will you have for noddess
Forty ncres of ditch land, all
cleared nud fenced; 38 ncres irri
gable. Good 160 acre homestead
joining with canal crossing it. In
quire or address The Bulletiu office.
TALK ROAD MATTERS
Proposed Connection with
C. & E. Discussed.
COMAHTTim OP FIVE CHOSEN
Will Confcqwltii RaJI-mi Officials nnd
Sen WlMt Can Bo Done Other
Neighborhood News Notes.
Ri'.dmonp, June 17.--.TI1e Sitters and
CorvallU Si Itnttcrn road mating at
Redmond Saturday nlfiht vnt quite welf
attended in point of uumWe, though
but few delegate were present, tvttdiaw,
Clliie 1'alU and Gilt being the only
places Out hxd delegates present. J. N.
II. GerVIng of taidlaw hu tnade presi
dent and II. V. Jones of Redmond, we
re tary of the meeting. The committee
that wis appointed at the taldlaw meet'
lug to survey and view out the road urns
not preent so no report- ws had and
not much of a definite nature could lx
After some discussion a committee
Mi named to confer with tiie C. & It
officials with regard to the matter as
noted in last week's Chronicle. The
committee consists of C. ' Vv. Hlkins,
John Steidl, V. It. Dayton. Alex Smith,
and Carl N. lihrct, representing respec
tively I'rineville, Ilend, I.aidlaw, Sisters,
We feel that if this matter can be car
ried through. Crook county and a larec
extent of country t if tlic south and east
wilt be very materially benefitted. It
was suggested by II. A. Kendall, who
ha seen the same thing tried in North
Dakota, that if the railroad authorities
cannot be induced to extend their line
over the remainder of the grade CrooV
county people are themselves entirely
competent to go ahead and build as
much railroad as may be necesurv.
C. M. Mudd of I.aidlaw was a delegate
to the meeting, as was alto J. It. Ed
wards of Sisters. Messrs. Chase and
Meredith of Cllue I'alls were also with
Letters were read from forest reserve
officials which expressed a willingness to
help in building the wagon road either
witit money or men, or both. Their at
titude on the question was quite en
couraging. Mr. nnd Mrs. I It. Trickctt have re
turned to their farm near Cline I'alls
after an extended trip to Idaho.
Our nine months' school closed on
l'riday afternoon with appropriate exer
cises. Good progress has been made
with all the lower grades represented
except the 6th and Sih. Wc surprised
Schoolmaster John Tuck yesterday by
asking for notes, but lie promked more
for next week,
A LadleV Auxiliary rows uitetHic is
called for next Saturday night to discuss
matters relating to the fall fair. The
call is signed by Mrs. Keaoard, presi
dent, ami Mr. Jackson, secretary f the
board of lady managers.
We had a little frost here last Thurs
day night. The next morning some of
the tomato plants, early corn, cucum
bers, watermelons, potatoes, and so on,
looked pretty badly wilted, but most of
us concluded to "buck up and not be
discouraged. The com will come out
again. Some of the potato tops were so
large that they are not nil killed, and
the rest will come from the tuber. Then
we will set out some more tomato plants
to take the place of thoe that were not
covered nud soon e cry thing will le
running smoothly again. Rye end the
junipers came through all right so wc
still have much to be thankful for.
Master Johnny Dorrance starts tomor
row to go to relatives nt Ncwbcrg.
! D. Wiest stopped awhile yesterday
on his way home from an extended trip.
The new Sunday school organ was in
place and in use for the first time yes
terday. And everyone likes it.
J. 0. Hansen made 'a flying trip to
Shaniko and brought back a self-binder
and wilt cut grain this season.
K. C. Park.
Newsy Letter from RosJaRd.
Rostand, June 17. To 1st you know
that wc ore not entirely out of existence
we will send The Bulletin a few notes.
Mr. White and party of Washington
were looking over the laud of this viciu
tty last Friday. Tby were vey mu
pleased with the country, so -.it h
that they atl located bete.
The treat arc biting wall. Mane an;,
Urs are out after the speckled !a.. f j
and are having good sueees.
ChaCraTM of Oiloll was in Own ' Jt
urday on business).
The ring of the carpenter" hammer
can be heard ot r atl parts of tr c .
and the Rosin nd hotel Is neuring c, rcw
There an yH e.ifon-n "-
town, ,ut the whereabouts ol i
Ironist is not known m yet. Par' It
have been, tvepieioned but have not yet
The dance at the Rostand hotel Fri
day night was a grand success and was
well atteodtd by alL The snpptr con
sisted of alt the delicacies of the season
and was appreciated by all those whs
George Dogue was up to see Mr.
Howard (?) last Sunday on business
I). Lewis, chief cook nt the Roslan 1
hotel, was taken seriously ill shortly
after the dance Friday night Rome of
his friends told him the cause was due to
eating his own cooking. But I)r Gre; 1
pronounced it homesickness and says
with careful attention he will be out C
bed in about two weeks.
It. G. Rourk made a business trip la
A brother of K. J. Green is here on n,
short visit and to look over some of the
land near Uiis place.
TosiAto, June 18. Everything Is
growing these warm days.
Mr. Smith from the Cook ranch passed
through here Sunday.
G. W. and Alice Wimer attended
church at Laldlaw Sunday.
John Edwards passed through hereon?
day last week with some horses.
Dr. Coe of Bend was called to Sisters
Saturday to attend John Taylor, who is
suffering from a relapse of the measles.
P. 1. Ground was over-from the Wil
lamette Valley last week. He reports
the dry spring weather in the valley wjll
make the hay crop short this year.
Reports from Bend and other parts of
the desert are that the frost a few nights
sgo did a great deal of damage to tender
garden truck. Wc are glad to say it did
no damage to grain crops.
We expect to sec the roads lined with
sheep soon going to their summer range
on the reserve.
I.. D. Wiest of Bend passed through
here one day last week going to the
Black Butte country.
Mr. Weesner and Miss Steele passed
through here Friday going from Sisten
Joliu Slwraorc of Bend went by Satur.
day going to the Sisters vicinity. Vncls
John must have some attraction over
We hope tft he able tr 'all- t
people north of LaUbp arc. the 't-u...
T. A. Jensen weut to Beud on lm?iurs.,
Mr. Halt of Laldtaw was out to t'v
liightQwer & Smith mill today after
Water is now running in the Git son
ditch on Bull creek ridge.
Miss Belle Ramsey was a Tumaio vis
We understand that J. II. Edwards ex
pects to erect a building and put in a
store near Gist soon. This will be a con
venience to the people and we wish Mr.
Edwards success in his undertaking
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Smith were at
Bend over night last night, returning t
the milt near Gist today.
Irrigation is in full blast now and a' I
are busy so wc don't see much of anyone,
but those wc do sec say that crops arc
coining out fine and all expect a big
yield this year.
Rosland and Dig Meadows Notes.
These lazy days in June are ideal for
Dolly fishing and Mrs. Frank West has
broken the record so far by lauding i
six pound spotted beauty.
Uncle John SIseniore made a busiuvs4
trip to Rosland tills week,
TluTdance given at the Rosland hotel
wajwell attended and scored one more
In their favor.
Our storekeeper returned from n busL
uess trip to Bend on Wednesday,
Mr. Adsms from Wasco, who juakea
an annual jaunt to the Meadows every
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