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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1910)
GOES TO PUEBLO
BARNES OF LAIDLAW TO AT
TEND EASTERN AlEETINQS.
Runaway Accident Unds a Mountain
Trip More Stock Added to Dairy
Herd General News Notes
or the Laidlaw Vicinity.
LaidiAW, Or., Sept. 27. W. D
Barnes departed on his eastern trip
ou I'riday, as a delegate appointed
by the Governor to attend the Na
tional Irrigation Congress at Pueb
lo, Colorado, September 26-30
On the 6th of October he will also
attend as delegate from Oregon,
the National Farmers' Congress at
Lincoln, Nebraska. Later he wil
visit his old home, relatives and
friends, at Davenport, Iowa.
The Sirys, father and son, their
families, and Mrs. John Bell, Mrs.
Albert Harper, Mrs. Wilson and
Mrs, Howard spent a very pleasan t
vacation m the mountains, return
ing last week. Mr. Harper had
anticipated their arrival and met
them at Dave Siry's as that
storm came up Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harper had got into
their boggy to start home, just as a
vivid flash of lightning and heavy
H " luuuucr arareu iuc uorscs
and they rau away through a barb m the penitentiary which was-pro-wirc
fence, throwing Mr. and M-s i nounced by the trial court.
Harper out, severely hurting Mrs
Harper about her head and face.
The horses were badly hurt when
found. Mr. Belt and Mr. Siry
were also shocked, and the tele
phone poles near were wrecked.
Mr. Dayton has made a valuable
addition to his dairy herd by the
purchase of four more cows.
Mr. Dayton and sons attended
the State Fair at, Salem and report
it as a good one.
Rob Sturgeon and family are
bick again in town, after a time
spent on the farm caring for the
Grover Gcrfeing with his brother
and wife, left last week for an in
definite stay at Wallowa, Oregon.
He bad the misfortune to lose his
fine stallion by death just before
Grandma Myers is living again
in the-little white cottage on Cook
Mr. Allen went over the moun
tains and purchased four cows and
brought them home.
Another son was born to
Fred N. Wallace and wife on the
25th of September.
R. G. Sturgeon was chosen to
carry the election returns to the
County Clerk at Princville.
G. W. Updike of Metolus. with
bis daughter, Mrs. Stiles, visited
in Laidlaw a few days last week.
Miss MolJie Nichols has been on
the sick list for some time
Mr. Wilson is having hay baled
B. Y. Couch started today lor
Shaniko to bring freight for G. W
Mr. and Mis. Mitt Couch left
today for an extended visit in the
S. R. Benham expects to start
for the Willamette Valley Tuesday
to meet his sister, who will return
A team belonging to George
Conch ran away Friday evening,
slightly injuring one of the horses.
The lecture given Thursday
night by Walt Dyer, the well
known Socialist speaker, was a de
cided success. After the address
refreshments were served by the
FOUR HORSE UVERV.
Bend Livery, Feet!
J. H. WENANDV, Prop.
ALL KINDS OP LIGHT AND HEAVY
Also HAY, OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT, CHOP WHEAT,
BRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
All Orders promptly Delivered. Order by Phone No. 18.
Horses Bought and Sold. Ught
ladies of Latdlaw Local free of
cuatgc and were enjoyed by the
large audience who attended the
FROM LOWER BRIDQE.
To Urldco Deep Canyon Moving a
Home Across Country,
The settlers of the John Howard
neighborhood on the west side ol
the Deschutes below Lower bridge
arc preparing to bridge Deep Can
yon, which they have to cross in
getting to the Deschutes bridge
They ate to provide timbers for a
structure 300 feet long and 70 feet
tall. The county is then expected
to build the bridge and make good
approaches to it.
By far the best road to that local
ity is down the west side from the
Sisters road at Gist. No grade ou
that route exceeds 5 per cent and
there is no sand or rocks worth
mentioning, whereas the cast side
road is sandy, hilly and rocky,
testing the power of a good auto.
John Howard i about to move
his dwelling a fine two-story
modern house from Its present
location on his homestead to a new
and more sightly location about a
mile and a half nearer the Des
Supreme Court Against Qrlcksons.
According to news received last
Thursday the State Supreme Court
has affirmed the judgment of the
Circuit Court for this county
against C. H. and Bettie Erickson.
This action Would put in effect the
sentence of a year's imprisonment
i sentence 01 a vests
The Cricksons were jointly in
dicted and convicted of assault with
a dangerous weapon upon Leonard
waiters. A feature of the defense
was that Ericksou had the right to
protect his wife and that Walters
bad knocked her down before
Erickson made the assault com
plained of: In the published news
it appears that the Supreme Conrt
decision hinges upon the absence
of a showing that Bettie Ericksou
was the wife of C. H. Erickson,
the presumption being that if they
were not husband and wife an at
tack upon her would not justify his
assault. The Ericksons now pro
pose to get busy with the evidence
of their marriage. They are each
held under bond of $2500.
The Crook County Socialists held
their "aucmbljr" at Belknap hall Mon
day afternoon and nominated a (ull let
of county officers, central committee
men, and bad a jollification afterward.
A Urge number of Social iiti attended
the meeting. Following is the ticket:
Ilert NichoL, of Laidlaw, Sheriff: Alex
teverenx, ot GUt, Clerk; C. W. Allen,
of Laidlaw, Commissioner; II. P. Wil
holt, of Princville. Treasurer; J. H. Hor
ner, of Madras. Surrevor David Wr.
er, 01 rnneviiie, coroner.
The county central committee elected
coniUts of C. C. Brir. chairman; B. V.
Wllholt, secretary; B. Pyatt. W. II. Bird
aonir. I. II. Hornev. Alex Leverenz and
J. R. Benhara. committemen.
Light Prospect for Redmond.
The prospects are again bright for
electric lights in Redmond if not in
"sixty days" then, let ns hope, as soon
BROTHERHOOD OF OWLS!
Is Organizlnr In Uend Have You
The Brotherhood of Owls is the most
progressive fraternity on earth. It of
fers membersbin to all white men l
good moral character. Ita rituals deal
only with the humanities in which all
white men agree. It teaches Charity,
Love and Mutual Aid. It teaches prog.
ress in the qualities that make men
belter husbands, better fathers, better
sons, better brothers and better citizens
1 11c cuiiiing years win see more men
marshalled for human fellowship than
the combined armies of today can mus
ter for force and murder.
The Brotherhood of Owls is beneficial
social and fraternal. Full information
can be had by addressing the State Or
iranlrer, M. P. MacIJacheron, or his
deputy. J. W, Howard. Pilot Butte Inn,
Bend, Oregon, 3j
& .Stable Co.
and heavy Horses for Safe,
Real tUtaU Transfers.
(Report! hy Crook County AbUcl Company,
Itedmoml Towmlte Co. to Howard
Contract Co,, Lots 4, $, 6, blk. 47, Red
l.titctta l'ulllnm to Georue O. Vul
Hani, 3-s Interest In nu undivided tj6
interest in water rights of Snow Creek
Irrigation Co; f 150.
I.on I, l'ux, ct ux, to J. II. Weiinndy,
Lot a ami j, Ulk. tj, Bend; ft,
Guy Sears, t ux, to Henry , 15d
wards ItH of iic'l, ar' of w( nnd
nw,V of e See ao, T. 15, R, 15; tsoo.
LtdUvr Townslte Co. to William
lllrehlin-er, lot 4, blk. 8, Laldlntv; fioo.
Kvit foindeter mid liuibatiil lo Cnrlyle
Triplet!, ,V acre in Lytic acre tracts;
Lytic Townsltc Co. to Carl vie Triplet!,
same tract at last described (nultclaiml.
C. M. KetlticM. et ux, to Hamuli
Bccktnati. lot it. blk. 10. Butte. Con
ltinnia L. Cliate and htuUml to Wil
liam J. Wood and wife, lota 5 and 6, blk.
5, Cline l'nll: fitoo.
Otto II, Talbot, et ux. to Orcuott
Trunk Railway, part awjf ! Sec. is
and iV nc'l Sec 32, T. 31, k 10; ft
J. T. Youui!, e ux. to Ore 1:0 1 Trunk
Railway, two strips of laud In eM of
awV Sec. 3. T. 17, R. 13; ft.
Laidlaw Townsltc Co. to Mrs. J. A.
Rankin, tot 19, blk. J7, Laidlaw. Con
sideration f 100.
Cliarlrs lioril to Uaviil A. nnil Alex I.
Boyd, ( ueX and u)j tetf Sec. 6, T.
18, R II
C. I. N'lswotiRer to Sadie A. Nlswon
gcr, lot 13, blk. 3J, Bend. Coiulilera
Redmond Townsltc Co. to T. M.
Jolinsou, wjj of lots 31, 33, 3j aud 34,
I'red N. VanMatrc.et ux, to A. C. Lu
caa, )i of nw'i ami lots 3 aud 4 of Sec
17, T. 13. R. 11; $1400.
Bend Towusite Co to Anna S. Walte,
lot 4, blk. 33. 1'ark addition, Bend; fjou.
Redmond Towusite Co. to I'loren
Weston, cjf lots t, 3, 3 and 4, blk. 34.
W. It. Staats, et al, to Joseph S. In
nea, tots 7 and 8, blk, 18, Deschutes; io
Lylle Townsltc Co to Kmll L Krick
son, lots q. 10 and it. blk 14. Lytic;
Laidlaw Townsite Co. 10 miter x
Hyde, lot 19, blk. 14, Laidlaw; f ijo.
Patents from the Uulted States as fol
lows have been Tiled;
Joseph I'. Talari, nw Sec I T. 33,
Charles B. Swalley, w,l ttU Sec. 33
and nw.1 ue and elf of nw Sec. 33,
T. 16 R 13.
Ella II. Sexton, atf of sw4 and atf
of se Sec. 11, 30-10
Joseph 1'. Sexton, nej Sec. 14, T. so,
Carrie B. Hurd, sc,1 Sec. 15. T. so, R.
IMward P Brosterlious, ie Sec. 9, T
IS, R 13.
Deeds from the State of Oregon as
ioiiows nave been tiled:
To Geo. I. Gates. itf of swV Sec. 13:
nwtfsejf Sec. 14. T. 14-13.
Caroline K. Jackson, owjf of nurj
Sec. 35 and nejf of swX "d nw of
seX Sec. 34, T. 14. R. 13.
James Pots, se Sec. 15. T. I4V It. 13.
Hmma Kane, nw of ncj4 and ,nc of
neif Sec. 10, T. 16, R. 13.
Hugh II. Davies, hw V se(, ne "M
Sec. 30, T. 15, R
1. T. 17. R. ii.
13 ana c4 ol sex itc-
Julius Burklurdt. ael of sw,' Sec. 9,
T. 16, R. 14.
Mina U I'.hters. wj of swtf Sec. IS,
T. 14, R. 13. aud uX of uw Sec 10,
T. 15, R. 13.
S. V. Harris. tc'J of sc nd c of
ne4 Sec. 34, T. 17. R. 14.
R. C Hmmele, lot 1 of Sec. 4, T. 15,
Ruth Colemsn Williams, ne swjl,
etf awtf, SW.J4 se nnd sX X Sec.
33. T. 17, R. 14.
Jeannette A. Coleman, neX nw,
nw neX nd sw neX Sec. 37, T. 17,
Dan Catlow, swX Sec. I, T. 16, R.
Clarence It. Pratt, nwX Sec. 8, T. 13,
W. II. Hayden, nwtf seX Sec 13, T.
Mate! Kulesch, lot 4 of Sec. 3, T. 15,
R. 13 and awX swX Sec 34. R. 13.
J. II. Jensen, neX swX Sec. 39, T. 14,
li. R. Tichenor, neX nwX Sec. 31, T.
15. K- 13.
J. O. Hansen, swjf neX Sec 3, T. 15,
II. M. Smith, nwX neX Sec 33. T.
14. R. 13-
Heirs of Rotert M. Davis, 11 wX 'M
and neX of swX Sec 18, T. R. 13.
For Sale or Lease.
Large new livery barn almost
completed up to date and first
class in every way. Good location.
-For particulars address
Cabmichabl & Mastjjn,
29-32 Rosland, P. O., La Pine, Or.
The Bulletin has a larger adver
tising patronage than any other
Central Or. paper. There's a reason.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
THEY SAVE YOU
'- "' " -' -
it Is now
UP TO YOU
The popular COLONIST PAIRS
win again lie 111 eiicct netwveii
September 13th and October
13th, during which period tick
ets to SHANIKO will be oil sale
CHICAGO at . .$33.00
ST. LOUIS . . . 33.00
OMAHA . . . 25.00
KANSAS CITY . 25.00
ST. PAUL . . . 25.00
and from other cities corres
pondingly low, Tbenc ate West
bound, one-way fares oulv, but
mitotic here can I'KUI'AY lor
relatives or friends lit the Ht.
it desired. Cumuli )onr local
to let the world knnw of our
vast resources and splendid op.
portunltles for ItOMU HUILO
INO. Write lo everyone you
know in the Hast. Send them
good Instructive printed matter,
and tell them that the cost of
KcttiuK here is but little more
than half the uul cost, and to
call on a reprlscutatlvc of the
O. R. & N. CO.
for all desired
(1UNCRAL PASSfiNOnR. AQI1NT
Lap Robe Dusters,
20 per cent Discount
Just Received A fine now lino of HARNESS and
MICHIGAN BUGGIES. Como In and get tho price.
H. J. EGGLESTON
Ornamental and Interior Mill Work,
" ! T , -,- . - -.. I I I
Store Fronts and Fixtures,
Sideboards, Cabinets and Furniture,
Door and Window Framing, etc.
Architects and Builders.
WIU, DK CARRIKD IN STOCK I)Y US HKRKAFTIJK.
NOTION VOU IH'ltMQATION.
Ititlm nt nf Ihr Inltilor,
U H l,miomcatTh!lltM)iriMi
Annul! ji two,
Notice tihtttbr given tlut
wti(xe iMMtultiee silli U lli'l, Crook County,
niriioii,illil,oiilhe lyili Ur of ikliilirr. ivVi
In till, ollle Honi RUIciiiriit suit Aiilillcntlmi,
No. V54JA, In (urclif Die HW'UHIIU Hrc . Ti
WH., K II Itait WlltaliKlIt MtlIUil. lil Hie
llmtxr tlinroii, iimtrr the iruvllun ol lh act
of June J, iSjh, ninl Sit. .mrniUloty, known
lli"liiulii anil Hloiie l,aw," l iicli vnlilf a.
iiiIrIiI Iwllinl lir Biit.nnnit sml lint. mt
tiisnt to niih rtiilcHlluii, the In ml ami tliutxr
tltmou lisveliern Mllmsl'.t sml vsliinl y l
lillrsm, Hit Umber e.tliu.Uil uu.wu litl lcj
ali.oowrM . srnl Ihelmnl iiuIIiIuk. IIi.I W
titllciit will oirrr nrnil irxit In iitnit (lwr
iillclloii ami nuiiitUUiiiriil on I he Mill liny
olitlulitr, win, Mtf II C Itlli., U. ft, Cum
uituiuiur. at IiI.iiIIUt l lltml. Oirnon.
Any vioii nl lllxity .i notri till. 'r
ch Infill run y, or liillUte roiilstt at any
lime lr(oie iMtiut U.ilci. Ii mini a lulloUu.l'
il .mil.vlt In illnih, aflratni fkcl) willed
woiilil (Ufl tlie entry.
IJJI 0 V. MOOHIt, Htttt.ttr.
N0T1CK Oil UltHTOKATION 01' I'DtlMC
l.smU lu AtlilrNiciit sml llnlry. Iie.it'
incut of th Iiittilur, tlmniul l.iut intiv,
Wsihtuitlau, U CJulyM, 141a. Nolle I. hilf
by lvii lhl Hie luitiUelsiul.ln llir rullonlhi
i1kiIIkI ! which ri ilwlfil from the
tit-Khulr. N.tluu.l I'uir.t. Oirson, by nucl.ni.
sliouol the ItoUKiiliUlrit Mny w, iviu, If not
ulhcrmrlK wlllnll.wll. Hlnl. ur JitnuinUttil,
will by nuUioilly of llit ttrmuryorih Inlrilur
be it.Unrtl to Itie (mtillc lUm.lii iu (k-tbr II,
ism. ami Uomir ulirit lu xlllcniriit oil ami
autrth-l il.lr. bill nut tutulty, IiIImk vr mUc
lion uiltll uii anil adrr No inber 11, llw, at I lit
I'nllnl htatr. Unit Ulllc at Lalttvlcw, I'lfnuil
tut. IIH..H ls !(.,, 1,1. In, namlli In T.
IIH.H ia It, Hm. J, A ami 7 ami V 4 of
H. B. Wiilaintlle Mciiiliau. Waiiilim la luittm
rsxuly sUtn that no iimi will l itiiiilltnl
lu vain ur e-smlw any lUhl lilrti mulct
any Ktlltmrnl ur oniiallii iH-tfiiu aflcr Slay
to, lyim ami i,ur to iKIober 11, lyiu, ami all
such arlllrmrnl ur umitialloii I. hcrttiv foiblil
.Ull IOIIN SICl'IIAl'U Ailing Aa.ui.nl Cum
iniwiniicr ul Ih llrnn.l l.aml OHUv Ainiiiirl
JiilyiMVio , I'HANK riHKCIt, I'li.t Allanl
puitiary Dim. luimur. mi
N0T1CK FOH IMJIUilOATlON.
Iki.lllnrnl uf Hit liitrihir,
V. n Uml Oinor al The Itattra, Ore.,
rW(itcintir y, ll.
Net Ice li tmtby ln that
Jamta It. Kawhltl,
of Html, Oieyoii, who, on Aptll llh r). mail
lluuir.trail. No, otN. lor l.i't jam! 4 ami V
ij Wc 1, ami n.M iiwU fee is,T.mH,h.
II li. W. M., ha. ulnl nullor ol Inltntlon lu
make Una! eouiiiiutaltim irool, m r.laulLh
claim lo the laml about iltNtllml. Klufc II.
C. Itlll., H. H. CommlMUinfr, al hl.um-eat
Itrii'l, utCKon, on the ijth day ol IHluUr, iia
Wlalmal name. a. wiIiicvk..
C. U. AlUn, W, I' Vamltril ). II. Ilttburu,
Luther Mclke, all of Ikml tii,on.
tMl C l,MIiKlt, Kret.t.r
NOTICE FOH I'UULIOATION.
I)lvtlmt nt ol the Inltilor.
U H, I.an.l OHWt al The IK.1U.. Oie ,
AUflKl IS, 1. 1..
Nellec U heithy given that -
I'lancla II Station.
of !..Mtw,Olria, who, on May o. iu, maile
nomtiiiui, no. ij4j cimi nu, ajiwii it
mitt .mi ! ,,. m1 ..1 h I, ii.U nl
fee IJamlnwU naUfrr i, T. It l . U III!
W M ha Alnl iwiWm er liilrnllan lu mkt
Itn.t Ae-yer 1'iouf. lu ,l.lIHh (lain, tu the
laud abut i1k,IIk.I. t(M( II C HUH. V H
t'ommlMtofliT. at hi. olflt. al Uenil, (Ut(a,B
lh.4thU.fof iXtwtKr, li. . .
n.im.in name. a. wim..
1i,nl W.llarr. larab Thufti. I'lank Mulk.
Hatty Itaylty, all uf lkllaw brrtun
J r V n. HUVnUilliinil
Rooms for Rout
I'lcnlc SiippllcH, Clrnm
J. F, Taggart & Co.
Wall Taper at
Ilest Wall Tat ei .Sum.
plea lu the county
CIIAHI.ItH QOKTJItN, 1'ltOI.
www m r-
Wil IIANIU.U UVIiMYTIIINO
Leave your orders with Nick Ktiillh
Direct KxprcAs .Service between
Slinnlko anil llcnil,
Two Kli Hncli wny every week
Bend office at Auno's Barn
Phone order to Kctlnionil at
I ff Strips
ON ALL KINDS OP
I liavctiothitiK but the finest
of dry block wood. All It
costs you, fu i6.iiich length,
is f. 50 a cord in your yard.
I)ry Limb Wood ?.oo a cord.
when you want wootl.
Harness nnd Snddlery
Trunks and Valises