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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1908)
THE BEND BULLETIN
"For ovcry roan a square deal, no
less and no mare."
CHARU5S D. ROW1S 1501TOR
One jtsr ,
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NOV. 25. 1 90S.
COYOTES STEAL CHICKENS.
Prove Quitan Nuisance to Farmers In
j'lcasant Ridge Neighborhood.
TtKASANT Ridok, Nov. i.-The coy
tes arc reported as doing much dunuiHc
bout chicken houses- of late During
he nights, xxheu al.is tilli they quietly
.tid successfully tttenoi-e1 to dig under
1 he chicied.liousVs4nnH lwlpiheniclvc
to the fattest 'chickens. The fanners
who have thus been troubled arc Slier-
wood Ilros., Clint Wood and Dan Green
If strychnine Is properly used we think
his trouble will soon lie it thlnt of the
ast, and It would be a wist tlliiiR lo rc
.irt to this remedy.
Nt much doing .it Hie Uidge thi
week; everybody is snorting with the
At the Sunday scltool last Sunday
iicrv was quite a large attendance, and
vcrv interesting lcvu.i oti Solomon
x. as discussed.
Mr. and Mrs. Msrion I'lle of Red-
aond stopped over night at Sherwood
'ros.' farm Monday.
Inklings at Gist.
Gut, Nov iy Everybody Is busy In
his neighborhood plowing.
Chas Carson, of the Clovcrdale court
t-y, is building himself a tine barn.
1' rank Arnold, who lias lived for the
j ast year on the Tmlcy place1 near Gist,
1 10 veil last week onto his own place in
l'ie Clovcrdale country.
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Clyde and I.c-Ur GUI went oxr to
t aidlaxr last week to work on the new
rtad Itetn'tintlend ami tatdlaxx.
'C I,, ft'.jt went over to taidlaty last
Wednesday on the stage. He (reports
tie roans iu goou sliape, atul ys Jir.
Vimer of Tunialo has a line stand of
heat, settled tlili fall.
Mr. Stadium Is busy these days build
ing flues with the brick he made near
"The deUting society at Gist will hold
1 itir meetings the 11 ret and third Salur
'ays in s&eh tndnll. Come out and haxc
rb; a time.
Johnie More hat moved onto the Tur
y place for the winter.
Messrs. Stacklcy and ntukbard will go
.cr to Madras the first of tlie week to
v their winder's flour.
I Ti maI), Ko
;:, We liave been lv
g solne xvet weeiher lately.
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'x-xs. Spaugh and I. K. Wlntor xvere
Au l-iness in the Gist neighborhood
G. M. Couch passed through here yes
nlay xvith lumber for 1'. V. Smith's
xvltousc at Ileud.
Tl)oj(fxraschool is progressing nicely
v4rt'vr thcdifectioit of Miss Slwry of
aiii'.r'V, antVha a gooil attendance.
W. V-. Claik got a bad fall I'riday
ii:!c unloading a load of baited hay on
s place north U here.
J SI. Couch had a liorte badly cut in
rb wire last xvcul:. ,
Crivcr I'ulllaur r.nd CnarUs THcru-
v. uite took n Joad oi hogs to the Jieud
" 1' ".evtrrciMf was hauling hay to
1 ?tu; last xrcek.
Geo. W. WijKxir & Son are prxpMing
butcher wjujc fiit l.eef which tliev
ill e,1l to ,-ties by either the quarter
t'y -piece.;, ,
M it eve-.yone In tttsssi parts is wmrk
g on the new, .oad froui Iiiltaw to
I'. I. Snrnl: paaaed Uirongh Jier gf
g to IIcikTouc day last week,
p. h. Gist, postmaster at GUt, was in
'i umalo last Wet'iiestlay .aoing . to MiJ
I iv. I
Win, Ilakcr aw) -family -Iww moxcdj
1 - tck to their homestead from the Jeu
11 place, which hc'faruMti tills year.
Hveryone has flniiihetl threshing itir
lese parts and very fair yiolds ore re
1 jrtcd, although belov. the yield of last
Someone rang the k'1"1- cU "
r.niers' line recently and fiflet to en
-cr it. winch cats e I 1 ousiderablc un
xrsiucssaiuouu t'i :;.! wng haxx ,
i JOiien, as the grit r, 1 r 'I is 1 nly to Ije
ied in case ol (ll'tr's rum-OK not 10 (
' used as 0 joke iu ui ut .., I""
., Rostand Items.
There v.illlie a dance In the new hall
over J. S. Ilogne & Co's. xxnrchonc on
Thanksgiving eve. Kxcryonc Is Invited
to conic uud help in.ikc the eculug cu
Wm. Msyfield purchased I.cc Cnld
well's cattlc(lat Monday.
Win. and Mike Msyiield mid Alev
Davis have been cotiipcllc,iJh feed their
beef battle neat Shnniko .t,. there it no
mIc tyr beef. They drove from Klamath
Claude Vatidevert was up to the mill
after a large load of lumber Wednesday
evening. .' ,
(.'io. Roycc has 'returned to hl home
at CrcsrVjtt after a visit of n tew days to
Roslandbud llig Muidotxs,
Cat! Wie mid Arthur Ynlor haxc
gone to Klamntli Murali with Wm. May
field on his Celtic drlx-c. ' '
C. W. Richie has opened a general
store at Roslmid and ns the opening
stock xxiis bought ftom A. Mi l.nra
the stock as well as the prices xxill be
Geo. T. Sly has liecii duliig sonic
hustliilg In the Hue of loading ihinng
the pasl couple o xxV&s mid. Iwi s.ic
ccssfully located Kvcral ptrties during
Carl It. Wise i very much pleased
with the notice which he rrceixed from
the l.akex'iexv land office iu his favor.
The land contested adjoins tovx 11 011 the
north ami is what is known as ditch
Powell tluttcs Notes.
It. R. llaltvrman 1ms k11 1iIo;(j acres
of irrigated lauil lyiug in the eM rixer
led to a Mr. May from Washington. Mr.
My and Mr. llatterman weae neighlwr.
in Wahintfton. The transfer xxas made
by Howard Jones of Redmond.
An entertainment at the Shepherd
school house uct I'ridiy ti'ght. l.xiry
The Powell Ruttes Grange Iws rented
the George IIoWi. lion re fo a lull until
they can do better.
It. A. Hussctt is getting ready to uwve
his house doxvn eu his ditch forty aero.
the canal, having made proof on his
Quite an amount of clearing is being
lone in these parts this fall. New com
ers are coming in ami are beginning to
MiupnAc their land.
Itlmcr Niswonger was out from ItciiJ
Sunday night and went on to I'rincx illc
School xvns clocd twxi dn)s last week
in ore to do repair work cu the school
It Kruworctl tliat J. A. tilliotl has
rented ttie Johnston ranch.
If yoli wnnt a nice gf nllfe pony, com
ing three year old, will make i good
family horse, call on C. II. Itllis, price
Carl Hhrct sax-s if Muma's cistern is
mentioned iu the news note that he
wants attention mid to hU also. lie iws
enlarged tin; exenvation for his tank cis
tern mihI lias it cet11cnt.1l ami now luu a
tine v larrtl Itisnred cuter 11. Also mm
come the uWiiiitous Jim ami tells altout
his cistern. The I). I. & I'. Co uave it
to him and Ikr lias it lilured on the ditch
bank where it i namly to fill. It is a
staxe cist-rn already (nil together and
holds exactly one barrel of water.
The ImrliiiKhauM of Gateway. Mon
tana, are late arrivals a brother of Mrs.
II. M. Smith, with hi family. They
will probably locate here.
TIh- Mays. McCIlIUiih. Kimball and
Mi-Ikmald with other, are al:.i late ar
rival. Mr. May, win lias bought the
Ilalteriuau place near Powell Dutte. i
an 1 'lit resilient tit (hit own IX coun I v.
Iowa. Mr. MclJonald. from tome nlactr
lin Washington, is in the ..ilhspie house
norineasi 01 town, anl Jlctlellan ami
Kimball, we believe, are camped down
the ditch 011 the Sisters road.
1 rnisy we notwert soma nexx comers
camped and usirtg the shack which
Messrs Itaran ami SliuwaLe stayed iu
J. II. Jailsf.n and flinilV Jne mixed
nit J town Irojil ttie layn fur the winter
Three I.smU and tbijt 1,'j k -Iieep
trad. a trip 'oJ' H.'sotiek rountrx for
grain u Thursday ami Iri-luy. halur
DLOCk HOOD OR LIMB VOOU.
2-foot length, per cord
i6inch wood, per cord
Juniper wood, per cord
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These prices include delivery.
Leave orders at Pilot Uuttc Jnn.
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Write tO'dty; Mention thlt Pttper,
SEND IO CENTS
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L felt-Mi PC pasiNlii . w tap ig
, Iirtui iiiiiBi ! - ui 11 ,,
k MSM tM "! Attn --l ftsnia, rt-m ', i
day DcWitt l.amb chopped M bushels
of "feed with It's team mid ih.u tis tit It
kept them going some.
Lamb's feed store will l I 'atcd in I
south of the tMiik un a let lettscd from
I. R. Whitney
llriug your nil imii tu Khrct llnw. uml
have It lilletl nt Jjc it i-allou. l'ixe x'ul
luu cans 5i-?o-
J. G: Mcduffie has U-cn tenting down
ids Uun, tcuiiHlcling and building it
Neighbor Chris. lihret mid family
have mux 11I iu frnm the homestrail for
the winter after Inning iMiiiumtcil 011 it.
I'.htct UroV haxc new lights in their
store, which mske quite tin improxv
meiit. The black uiulis ate lack Neiglifair
Dcl.oiiuttr gut in n xxeck pgi n.jiii
from Wrshltigtnu. Ilrsuld xxc were mil
to sav mix thing iu The Ilullctin this
week. U e presume In meant about Ins
coming to luxxu wnii a xxoinan, so xxc
wilt not mention it. It xxas nut the
name 1111c, though, that he found at the
Ikmic when he arrived. Just ask him
about her, but don't Kiy auythiiiK to the
brother up in Washiugtuii about It at all
II. 1'. Jones reports the sale of the
Watt eighty to some of the Hrowu fam
ily. We call them that for xvaut at
present of 4 better name.
Mr. Terry l.yle and Mr. Wiight are at
xxork cleast'ui;, un the lack Cue place
just U-low O'Nell.
K. C. I'BK.
Joe IlucMiolz, U:nJ (Jardcncr, Raises
Al Quality of the Toothsome Plant.
Joe Huckholz, the Utick gardener
who supplies Jk-tul with the greater
p.irt of its vegetables, hen demon
strated one thine;, atul that is that
celery will grow to perfection In
Of course, it is possible to raise
celery after a fashion in most any
country where anything will grow,
but there is ;t great difference iu
quality. There is a celery that i.
tough and stnugy, green atul dis
colored; and then there is the other
kind crUpaud tender and juicy,
devoid of "strings," and white in
color. Well, that is the itialtty
that Mr. Iluckholz grows in his
garden. The product he sold this
full to his Bend customers was the
best celery they ever ate accord
ing to the remarks of many. It
was so crisp and tender and jtiicv
that tt was indeed a pleasure to eat
of that healthful plant. And the
common judgtssut was Unit Mr
Huckhols's celery was At quality
in every ies.ject.
When I.. II. Hariiiti.ni wa here
two years ago he was served nt the
hotel with some of Mr J'uckhol.'x
celery and he remarked tlt.it it was
the bast lie had ever e.uen. When
the railroad comes and transporta
tion is afforded, there will r.-rtitinly
he a fine opportunity for IL-ml gur
deners to work up an cnx i;tl.!e repu
tation fur lieud celery iu the !ty
Ircy's lioiiry ami Th' th-Ars tlie fi"'n
imK:s, slops trie irritation in tin- tt.roai.
sootlls the iiiflsttic! mui'iMiK'K, ai.il
the must iilisiiniitc i-Miit'i ilisnptifur.
Sore Hiid iiiflsiiu-'l liiiiys iir lirnlnl anil
stifiitlu'liel. Slid the rold is xielled
from the f.Jleii Kefu. any l.nt the
genuine iif the jelloxv eiksj't.. C. V.
Merrill, -' .ikk: :
fj IIAVJv startei up f.ir
htishi' ss Iji the ihinii
Illsclisinlth Shop, uml re
sjiectiijlly volii.it a share
of your patriiiRK- Satis
(action tjnar.. litii'd in
W.H.HEWES Dcnd, Ore.
Cures Cohiei Prevents Pneumonia
Ask yo grocop for tUb 3 or 5 lb. cans. Thoy Imvo tho scrow tops wtin motai
handles Aro useful whon empty.
with the use of CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR
can bake delicious, healthful food. The essential
cro!;cry is a pure Cream of Tartar baking powder.
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E. A. SATHER.
anaumiwii m t'TTiyim-MiTCTiJxvixryvSMtgii.giAi
J. II. WI-NANDV, Prop.
W. P. Kelley, Agent, Shanlkb
Covered Stages lietween BCtUl nild Shnhiko
fsUSO , ';
Livery and l-ccd Stable at Shaniko, Madras and Hcnd.
Wc run our riirs to nlcnsc the nubile.
hStnccs lonve each way every day.
;s to all pni-ts of Central Oregon. Careful drivers furnished
Special Attention Given to Express and Baggage.
Cbss scasasxsxn ivmneussSKSauSxd
at n ptice that is fair both to you nnd to tqc.
ntUf, on a tti;-, come in nnd look over wliut I
WUilW IN BENlSTOP A'l
THE PILOT BUTTlS INN
Table always suppliod with tho best lint tho (own affords.
Nenl nnd Contfortuult: Uooms. . I!i;.M), Oiti i;o:i
A Life Insurahce Company
Nearly oQO SATI3FIH0 I'ollcyholdcrs In Crook County.
30-45 P, O. MIN0K, .Resident Afccnt
s f - MSSl
JV " J3x . ' I I ATy If. S I A
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J.U-V X sjr Usk.
1 he absolute purity and wnoiesomcncss oi inc increments
of CLEVELAND'S insure the hcalthfulness and superior
quality of your food. You can be sure of
Made from a Superior grade of
OLD AM) OlAKANTl.l.I) IIY
& Siage Company
Are you plan
ning to take a
If you arc, yon wll want
to be properly tt.i!icd
wnii u traveli-r h p.ui.plier
nalin. That tiifnits travel
mi; irs, situ castM, ;;rips
nnd trunks, I. have a fulli
line of tlteae, uii:l if yon nre(
in need o any of, tjictn I
can mipply yottr want). A
nntnlier of gcxxl. iuUlantiul
If you ate plan
m I isjrm i -ox-3 lagBmrdoat;
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requirement for pure
Puri Cream of Tnttar.
S. C. CALDWELL
C. S. BENSONj
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OI'Mi: IN hfk Hi ll.!iili.
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
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First Nalional Bank
Capital, Surplus nnd t'ndlvldod
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UEfjfRY L. WIUTSfiTT
Horse Sfioeing add
I'trst Cldas Work fltmrantced.
Lopffttil In the old .Sheldon him.
GOOD BODY S.
$4.50 Per Cord
Leave orders itt or 'plume S j
to the 1'ii.ot llnrTi.-itw s - I1
R. a. BOVVSRR