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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1912)
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"What U Worth Having Is Worth
That, excellent asylng applies to
corrcpponaenee for The llend Hullo
tin. llerenfter The Hultctln pays
good hard cash for IJ 'Its country
In addition, It offer n r-rlio of
TEN DOM.ARS fiOl.D to tho cor
respondent who lias tho bent reconl
from now to August llrnt. The
u.i in tu. ....mmIjuI f.ii nui&lw
tlty alone; quality nKo will count.
A second .rlic or live dollars in
trade Ke to the correspondent
with the Mttond tost k
Tho Ilutlctln wants good live cot-1
respondents In ccry comniunity j fomCp hn8 tnken 8omo KOOiX V0WB
throughout the "!" .,uof tho lake nnd mountains. Postals
cnuniy irrranij. v.. ..-...,
it not reiireM?ntel, write Immeul-
n.iv nmi hwonio our correspond
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ent; you can make n little money
In an eay way, perhaps win a irUe,
and certainly help jour neighbor
hood nnd help ut make The Ilulletln
higher nnd mora Interesting.
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WlltTAKfift, March SI Oscar
CruBO.lnndVW. Wringer went to
Bend this week.
, i ' Pete Jordan has Just finished fenc
V fins lpOJajftt) f n,t h6mestead.
JElmer Antes made a trip to Bond
Wednesday, returning Saturday.
' Tho Klnc brothers oxpccT to loave
soon for MIciL Waah.c but wl- re
turn to tneir nomcsicaas ujib lau.
They haro been doing, a lot of Im
proving, ctoaring and fencing.
In the death of ,q. W. Knapp, all
Whltakcr Talley ranchers feel that
they havo lost a true friend and
nplthbor. 116 was liked and re
spected by all and will bo greatly
Tho auto-trucks aro again making
their trips through hero after having
been laid off a whllo on account ot
Alwyn l.co has gono to Bend for
n few days.
Tho weather out hero at present
Is delightful -tho days clear and
warm and the nights bright and
WHITAKHR. March 26 W. K.
Nelson has recently taken a home
stead In this locality.
- J. W. MeConncIl and J. A. Steph
cas havo como out from Bend and
' are busy fencing their claims.
3. J. Wolff mado a business trip
tp Bend this week.
F. Porclrall Is planning to go Into
tho poultry business quite extensive
ly this spring.
Tho fall grain, of which there Is
i quite nn acreage out here. Is look
I log fine since tho warm days havo
Arno Trantx Is Improving his
claim tory much doing a lot of
J. C. Houston of Boar Creek was
Ib the valley last week gathering up
his work horses off tho range.
Hverybody will soon bo busy mak
ing garden If this beautiful weather
CRESCENT. March 30 II. D.
Burroughs and Sylvester Cralsor
were In Crescent Saturday.
Rowly Warner was In La Pino this
Ed. Manu was In town Wednesday.
Carl Kwlng. U. 8. forest ranger
from Silver, Lake, Is hero attending
Thomas Bracken of the firm of
Srasken & Funk, has Joined his
partner and will probably remain
0. W. Anderson received a tele
fsram announcing the death of bla
J. II. AlUSGROVH
THE LOTUS BAR
' Schmidt & Musgrove, Props.
WINES LIQUORS CIQARS
ONLY THE BEST OP GOODS HANDLED
t Uond Streot
Headquarters for Commercial Men
Electric Lighted Throughout
HUOH O'KANE, MANAQSR
i Qood Rooms
Pree bus to
and front trains
.... ..i...-..aYi an in a tv iiiiui luuvii
w9 m m m w Tim i
brother. Charles, ot Houston, Minn.
Prod LaKollctto, odltor of tho La
Pino Inter-Mountain, was In town
tho last of tho wook.
David Lynes, Don Oaldwoll nnd
Thomas McCord aro In from Odoll
C. It. Cook nnd a A. Paul, repro
entlne tho rionoer Tclotdtono Co.
of Prlnovlllo, wero hero nttondlnR
tho company s Interests.
J c A PAduock ftmJ p. x. Domptcr,
.Q trnp,,cra fron, Crescent 1-nko and
Diamond 1'eak, camo In nnd shipped
number of Kood nolts. Tho
,( theg0 wu MJ on 8a,0 nonJ
MltiM Mdn nnd Dorothy Ander
son attended tho farewell part) In
La Pino given Alfred A. Aya. who
wltl lcaro soon to mako nn oxtondod
Charlea Thomas Is speedily Im
proving In health. Though tho oper
ation performed by Dr. Forrell of
llrnil vu In erery reanect successful.
other complications necossltatod cull
ing tho doctor again Sunday. O. .
Anderson Is acting as day nurso and
Ed. Santry at night
E. 0. Rourk roturnod with Dr.
Porroll to Bend whoro ho attouded
matters of business,
HAMPTON. March 2S Mrs. J.
N. Crowe and daughtors and Miss
Mso Hall drove up to Rolyat on
Tho past week has boon so Ilka
spring that all farmers In this sec
tion aro cither plowing or preparing
to do so.
Tho fall-sown rro looks nne. out
somo report tho wheat damaged by
tho cold weather.
Burr Black. W. T. Harrison and
L. C. Peck returned from Bend to
day with their teams. Mr. Phillips
camo In with thorn to tako up resi
dence on his homestead and will be
gin Improvements at once.
William Bennett snent last Tues
day night In Hampton aud on Wed
nesday witched " for water on
several places. If water ts found at
tho places and depth that ho pre
dicts, everyone will bo well supplied.
PRIN'GLE FLATS, near Held P.
O.. March 26 Spring showed her
self hero In proper form on tho
proper date, and tho flowers aro
showing thomsclvcs on tho hillsides.
Fred Lund and his friend, Capt.
Johnson, started for Bond on foot
Sunday morning. Mr. Johnson
thinks this part of tho country '
good enough for him and will flic
?u u ill l'n.
Oliver Garrett camo out to his
claim with wlro and will do somo
Tho deputy assessor, Mr. Cross,
was' hero on tho 22nd nnd gavo us
all a call. He didn't think so many
people lived out here.
Mr. Bakor has broken a very nlco
looking team of young horses for
-Tho snow has nearly disappeared
hero except In tho hills.
TUMALO, March 29. -P. A.
Woolley waa doing business In Bond
George H. Hfgglnson was calling
In Tumalo Tuesday.
C. 11. Morcbant ot Bend camo out
to this place Monday nnd got somo
cattle wblob ho had been wintering
W. F. SCHMIDT
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Special Attention to
AH arrangements made for persons
desiring to go south and cost of hire
nhnrtnn Rnnush was hero Tues
day nnd stated that a largo amount
ot clearing will bo dono on his nnd
J. 11, Wlmor'a land Ihla yonr.
There la much clearing up of now
Jand bolng dono west of tho Dea-
enuics mis spnuK. "" "
Wo getting much ot it plowed and
ready to culllvato uis-eerjBtr.
LAIDLAW, April I Mr. Updike
camo over from tho Motollus last
8alurdny. Ho says that tho snow
Is dlsapponrlng slowly In tho toot
Rov. I. I. Oorliy of Bond mado a
ploasant call hero Monday morning.
W. Ray Corking returned Wed
nesday ovonlng ot last week from an
extended trip through California.
Friends of Mrs. Hwalloy will lio
nlml in l.nm thnt she Is recovering
from tho severe attack of grip which
Farmers around (list certainly
mean business. Alfalfa seed guea
there In largo quantities nnd the)'
look for big crops In comlug seasons.
Q. W. Horner and family drove
out In their auto last Sunday to
Mllllcan Valloy. Mr. Horner was
well pleased with tho country.
Mr. aud Mrs. Dan Holstng nnd
lltllo daughtor camo over from tho
Motollus Sunday. Thoy roturnod
Tho play, "Out In tho 8troot,M
given last Friday evening by local
talont, was a decided success. Each
player entered Into tho spirit of his
or hor part and all dosorvo credit
for tho work" thoy put on
niKT. Anrll 1 The wntor users
of the Squaw Crook Irrigation Co.
hold a mass mooting at tho scnooi
hniinn Wmtnriulnv ovenlnir and dis
cussed tho purchaso of tho project
Nothing definite was done, as a ma
jority of thoso present wero opposed
to buylngtho company out. P. Van
Tassel and C. W. Chalfan wero
among thoso In favor ot making tho
purchase, aud hinted that If tho ma
jority of tho water users did not
favor tho purohaso thoy might pro
3,on Winkle and family left Sun
day. Mrs. Wlnklo goes to Prlnc-
vlllo to visit hor mother, whllo Mr.
Wlnklo wltl begin work for the Black
Miss Lucy Van Tassel, loft Monday
for Opal City whore sho has tho
position of clerk In hor brother's
Tho Burkhard sawmill started to
work Wednesday with a crew of six
Gcorgo McCalllstor left Tuesday
for Prlnovlllo to look after his min
Charlea Powclson and wlfo mado
a business trip to Bond tho last of
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Wiley passed
through tho neighborhood Tuesday.
Mr. Gist of Sisters, who owns a
Ann rnneh hare, attended tho meeting
ot tho water usors Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. George lllgglnson
of Tumato visited Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Powclson Sunday.
Mahlon Couch of Laldlaw was a
Gist visitor Friday.
John Rlchcstorn of Colorado Is
visiting hero, ot present tho guest of
Mr. Van Tassel wont to Slaters
Sunday on business.
C. Powolson had tho misfortune
to lose a flno colt during tho weok.
Miss Nelllo Scoseln Is visiting
friends In Bend this v.cek.
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; POWBLL IIUTTK, April 1 Siiring
work Is at full Mast hero now. plow
InR, seeding and planting iiotatoes !
boine tne oruor 01 tno uay. a
tr.uil mnnv tuilntoca will lio IllailtOll
hero this year aud fancy prices are
oxiiectod for them, ns their reimtn-
tlon for excellence has ntroady
reachod Portland. Ocoreo lloblm
will plant about CO ncrw. Jaineu
n.iui)i A Kfnlltnn llnnrli If. np 20.
m r rialAm a nn.l n mtntl.nl nf
pthors will put In from 10 to- Id
A small crew has hcou at work
hero cleaning out the Control OroKon
laterals preparatory to turning In
tho water. Tito canal aim tno wasio
ditch aro ready now for tho water,
J. D. Davidson camo out Sunday
morning and will stay until Mrs.
Davidson, who Is sick, Is Improved.
Nicholas Appol returned laat wcok
from Portland whoro ho apont part
of tho winter.
Ralph Jonca entertained a num
ber of his frlonda Friday ovonlng,
among whom wore hla eighth grnilo
class mates. A vory pleasant ovon
lng waa spent in playing games. Ro
frcshmontB of sandwiches, salud,
cako, fruit nnd candy woro aorved,
nt... !..,. I. n.n ......lio nt llnlln
4IID viliiiii fjin.,u yvynn ui .....g
Vollnv m-nnnl inn vanr nrn JU8B10
osborn, Dollft Osborn, Ralph. Davja,
Ralph Jones, Alfred Wolcott nud
There will bo a abort program at
tho Hutto Valley aohoolhouso on
Knator. Miming will bo tho main
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DKBCHUTK8. March 30 A. l.
Montoltlt has accepted a position
with tho Central Oregon irrigation
Co. nnd will havo chnrgo or tno ueni
work. Mr. Montoltlt la an experi
enced ouglneur, having had rhnrgo
of tfovoral Irrlgntlou projecta In
dlftorout parts ot tho state and lu
Harry Grny of Eugene Is vlsttlng
hla sister. Mrs. J. K. Ooodtollow.
Whllo horo ho Is looking over land
with tho Intention of becoming a
John Ropel of North Carolina Is
greatly Interested In Central Oregon
and la considering purohaso ot land
In this section.
Among tho visitors to Deschutes
recontly was William Realty of
Pondloton. Ills motlvo In visiting
tho region Is to becomo n pormnuout
Among tho familiar faces Is Denis
McCoo's. Ho vows that Central Oro-
gon shall bo hla tuturo homo.
Mr. and Mrs, Roseau Howard are
at present In Portland.
0. Stubbloflold, of tho engineering
firm of Whistler & Btubblortold, of
Pnrtianii. Foniultlnir oimlnoera for
tho Central Oregon Irrigation Co., la
In Deschutes at present, In connec
tion with tho work on tho North
Carroll Blackburn and Mr. Smced.
la tho ninn who gotii tho
wood", nnd CAUTKtl Is
THE MAN when you wnnt
wood that will mnko tho
And nil it costs you la
A CORD FOR ULOCK OH
In town every day.
F. M. Carter
THE WOOD MAN
CALL AND SEE
OUR LINE NOW
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rs- -yviWiBSBWiv'V 1 1
The Famous Planet Jr. Line is sold by
H. J. Eggleston
Manufacturer of Hnrness nnd Saddles Dcalor In Wagons,
Huggled and Farm Implements Huy and Grain for sale
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BEST MEALS IN TOWN
at Tie Grand Restaurant, Bond Streot.
Dinner from 11:30 to 2 o'clock. Short Orders at all hours.
Private dining room for ladies. Rooms In connection.
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hnmestoadora In tho Powoll Hutto
district, woro In Doechutea recently.
Work ban boon alnrtod, putting l
a new hoaugaio on m i
numo. Tho work is unuor m suivi
vlslon of Tom Langon,
Mrs. II. 15. Blowart and Mrs. W. 0.
WaurIi wore In DeschuteH Monday
nttondlnR to huslnesH.
AMONG TUG SfiTTLURS
NORTHEAST OF TOWN
n.1...... ..Ill I... ii lilllillK llllliri) at llio
Iiiivi" "iii " i - -now
hall of Kaatoj-n Star ClrniiRu No.
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bo BO cents; supper 85 cents. Tho
ruloa of tho hall aro as follows: "No
drinking or smoking or spilling on
tho lloor allowed." Mvuryuno who
can llvo up to tho rules ts Invited l
all undesirables aro asked to remain
ir nmi Mrs. it. M. Rider spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Young.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. MoNaught nnd
Mr hikI Mm. H. V. IlllrclUlHtllt Hllll-
day with Mr. nud Mrs. II. A. Hooch.
Dlok Hunsloy and Klbort Hooch
returned Sunday from tho "high
Tho Ladles' Junlpor Club sur
prised Mrs. P. Poderson last Thurs
day. Tho ladles brought cakes and
mffeo with them and a yury enjoy-
ablo afternoon waa spent. Tho club
meota with Mra. O. .M. Kricxson
, Everyone Is plowing and aoodlng
mit lu this neighborhood.
Mrs. Jessie Houghton nnd (laugh
ter. Mlsa Do MerrWold. havo rented
tho Kollam place and havo already
moved down from their homesteads
In Mllllcan valley. They expect to
remain moat or tho summor.
Ml) HI.IGHTLV MXIKKNKI)
Tho Madras City Council hss re
pealed that part of an ordinance re
cently passed closing nil pool and
billiard halls aud bowling alloys on
if vim want to Isovo tho country
and havo a lot or two that you want
to sell cheap for cosh, wrlto "KASY"
Best Fresh Products.
Pilot Butte Dairy
Jonca & Uatcs.
Telephone Your Orders.
We Deliver Twlco Dslly.
Ono ounce of Kwevt I'ea
Kited free with eeryfiOo
pureliMO of vegetable seiU
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IIUHINKSI .AND FltOFKBHipNAli.
jTtniiif(r- ...-. urrf, a
John II. lllttnor Rylvestor L. Hlnnta
IIITl'Mill A HTAATH
onico Corner Minnesota nud Wall tits,
Work Carefully Doho.
J. M. LAWRENCE
! o n n a. Land II II n i n n n s
Justice of Poaco Notary PuM0
Phono. Lady Anslstnnt
0. P. NIHVYONGEIt, Houd. Oru.
Dr. I'. W. Uarko Dr. (I. I NVlinu,0
Tho Dsllos, Oregon
Wo do Grinding of all l.inuei.
In llvud Every Month
MARION M. LIWH
N ii r a
11, Block lo, Center Addition
W. W. Fnulkncr, D. M. D.
n nd, Oregon
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
orrtcx ovkr imhst national dx,
OHce lloutt: 10 to it a. m.: i to j sod
7 to 8 p. in.
Bknd, : Okiiuon
C. S. BENSON,
TTonr3EY At law
orricR tK riasr matiokal hahk i.io.
Vernon A. Forbes ,
yiHT NATIONAL HANK M.DO.,
George S. Young
Civil, Minimi and Iuiikutio.v
Offlco with J. A. IJruto.
Crook County Abstract Co.
illCTU ArT fill titi if
lo all laud and town lets In Ciook county. , f
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It 4-. ll.uil, .niji
We photograph the rccotds.
CLARK & WRIQHT,
WABIIINOTON, l). C.
Public Leinil Mnttcrs: Klnnl Troof.
Dvscrt Ijtnils, ContvaU nnd Minintr
Cases, hcrlp. '
Aiuoclnto Work for Attorneys,
F. O. MINOR
LII'H I'IRIS ACCIDKNT
I M S II II A V f K
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Notary Public and Cenvtysnclm:- All ';
JK1 siHsrs v.onccuv iirawu.
Mra. Maude Alnsnorlh
Over SkuKo'a Storo
Wall alrcot : Uond, Orenon
W. E. PARKER
Plumbing, Steam nnd Hot .
Jobbing Promptly Atttmdcd to. ,
Caldwell & Alain
All Kinds of Blacksmith
ninriMi tiPtunWAiif v
Minnesota St., Hot. Iioml and Wall'
WHO docs your cleaning und prc
ing, and thoso who aro best nails
fled with thuir orders In thnt lino
will surely rofor you to us. Wo
havo built up n reputation for
doing high class work In a
nhort tlmo and at a vory
Star Dry Cleaning;
With A. L. French
Oregon Streot. '& ;