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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1912)
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lAMI'TON, Juno M.-WlNUra
Tando of Imperial brought A. S.
Fogg n flno bunch of green onion
Brown on ms nomostcmi.
j, i. uwen or mo itampinn store
has 'put In a now lino of soft drinks.
Mrs. Krclm has been qitlto nick
vrlth tho grip the past week.
'Mr. Titus brought In two tons of
supplies for tho store on the 16th.
Richard Krcbs loft hero last
Thursday for Bend whero ho expects
to work a short tlmo.
A well drilling outftUon tho way
to Murphy's at Iron MountalnVpassed
through nor last Saturday They
sayjthcy vrlll tako contracts for wolls
In this ratley as they return.
V. T. Harrison had a sovere spoil
of the grip last week.
Forrest Neeld has boon putting
the wire around hlsplaco(and TJhurt
day shut oftJlioihort-cuLroadiWhlch
many of the autos used In tho past.
The annual school meeting of the
district, No. 7S, was held Monday at
too store. Offlcera for tho coming
year aro as follows: Louis Millar,
chairman; J. N. Crow and K. M.
Peck, directors, and L. C. Peck, clerk-.
A SO-mlll tax was lovlcd and, Uio
prospects ot building talked, over
Forrest Neeld went out to Dend on
the auto trucks yesterday
Tho f relRhtorsho haul to Harney
county, from Bend have abandoned
the old road by way of Prlngto Plata
and now travel Ml tho way on tho
Bend-Burns road. This saves them
ono day each way but they have to
haul water for their teams.
LA PINK. Juno 22. Miss Aids
Irrlng has returned to her home at
Newberg, after a visit with the Misses
Barber,, at their home near La Pine.
Mrs. D. C. Peterson has returned
from the Hose Festival at Portland,
where sho spent a week. She was
accompanied by her daughter. Mrs.
A. J. Jamleson, of Miller, S. D., who
will visit at La Pine for a month or
two. Mrs. Jamleson attended the
Rose Festival with per mother.
At tho annual school election in
tho La Pino district No. 43. W. H.
Holllnshead was elected director and
J. L. IJenson clerk. A four-mill tax
was also voted. At this meeting .a
Tund of $S0 was also voted for start
ing a special library in the schools
of tho district for the um of the
pupils In addition to their regular
text books, the movement being
fathered by J. O. Kedmond and Al
fred A. Aya.
W. It. Riley is preparing plans for
a two-story hotel which he will erect
Immediately on the site of his old
place, destroyed by fire recently.
The new building will be 26 by 70
Tcet and on the corner, and will bo
devoted exclusively to the hotol busi
The Deschutes Land Company,
which la constructing tho irrigation
system for the Carey act project
around La Pino, la preparing to re
sume operations on the system by the
first of July.
The La Pine Commercial Club
building Is progressing rapidly and
will likely be far enough advanced
by tho Kourth to permit of a dance
being held there In connection with
the old-fashioned picnic to bo hold
at La Pine on that day.
1 WH1TAKER J
WHITAKER. June 17. Mr. and
Mrs. Arno Frantz expect to leave
soon for Portland. They will make
final proor on their ICO-acre home
stead this week.
Mrs. Frank Perclval spent last
I J. H. MUSQKOVG
THE LOTUS BAR
Schmidt & Musrrove, Props.
WINES LIQUORS CIGARS
ONLY THE BEST OF GOODS HANDLED
Headquarters for Commercial Men
Electric Lighted Throughout
HUOH O'KANE, manaqrr
,Proo b'i to ,
T and fro ti trains
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Thursday at tho Nichols homo.
Mr, FJIcklugor went to Bend Sat
urday whero his wtto has boon visit
Ing for Rovoral ilaya. j
.Mrs. NcltW and Mrs". Gray drovo
to tho Lnrkln ranch Thursday, re
turning In tho evening,
y Grata And g-irdons In thl section
nro looking? fine, much better thnn
Tast jonr at this tlmo.
Mrs. Kosln and children and Mrs.
Nelson visited at Whltakor P. O.
Tho Kosln well, at last accounts,
waa down to a depth of 115 feet.
'On Sunday, Juno 9, qulto a num
ber ot tho residents ot Whltaker
Valley met at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs Thomas Gray and listened to n
Tory cxcellont sermon by Kev. Mr.
Kdmonds, This was' tho first moot-Ing-qf
'tho kind In tho neighborhood,
and waa much appreciated by all
PUINGLK FIATS, Juno IS Fred
Lund made a trip to Imperial Friday,
Mr. Mills will make a trip to Ilend
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Genung visited
Mrs. II. Evans Monday afternoon.
At Ihouflrst annual school election
held hero Monday tho 17th. tho fol
lowing directors were elected:
Martin' Hallmeyor. ono year term;
Mr. Cottlngham, two years: Paul
.Hgld, three .yearsy Mr.. Held was
elected chairman aF the board, ,11.
Brans was rc-elecTed as clerk.
Many horacstdadora havo planted
large gardens hero this spring, which
nro showing up very well.
DUV LAKE, near neld P. O..
Crook County. June IS. S. Samson
returned Monday from a visit to
The first school meeting In this
district was held tho 17th at N.
Kins', A scboolhouso will bo built
Tho annual roundup of horses is
now on, and stockmen report a very
successful year. The animals are all
fat and In good condition.
W. W. Brown la now hauling wool
M. Murphy moved In last weok and
established residence In sec. 3-20-20.
Ills son Is expected In a short time.
George, Langford is busy fencing
his Jiomestoad' east of N. Kins'.
A 4th ot July celebration and pic
nic will be held at the pine grove
south of N. Kins. A large platform
has been built for dancing.
C A. Bengston has gone to The
Dalles for the threshing season.
GIST. June 22. Misses Myrtlo
and Nellie Scoggln called at the homo
of Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker Sunday.
Mrs. Nichols of Laldtaw called at
the homes of Mrs. Alex Leverenz and
Mrs. Henry Schumacher Sunday af
ternoon. Mr. Vernon, Sunday school mis
sionary, preached at Plaluvlew Sun
Mrs. McCalllster visited Mrs. H.
John McCulley spent Sunday with
Mrs. Ed Young was taken serious
ly III Sunday night. She left Mon
day morning for Bend and will start
for Spokane whoro she wilt recelvo
treatment, proliably not returning
Mr. Burkhardt and Mr. McCord
went to Bond Monday on business.
Miss Raohol Knickerbocker and
Miss Cleaves Strahm spent Monday
afternoon with Mrs. Smith-
Ralp Lumbeok was transacting
W. P. SCHMIDT J
Special Attention to
Qood Meals f
arrangements made' for persons I
desiring to go south and east of here f
Rainess M BoiuLAtomlay.. -
Mrs, Powolson nnd Miss Constanco
Knickerbocker went to Slstora Mon
day, Moadamca Knickerbocker nnd
Strahm called nt Mrs, Lovorons' on
Clifford Strahm vlsltod Boy nnd
Wnrdlo McCulley Tuesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. McCord and daugh
tors wore lt Sisters Tuesday.
Mr, nnd Mrs, Kd Howell called on
Mrs. McCord Wednesday,
John McCulley went to Bond Tues
day on business.
CRESCENT, Juno 21. I) L. Pet
erson was n business visitor this
Mr. and Mrs. George Bly nnd
daughter ot Long Pralrlo wcro In
Crescent this week.
K. G. Uourk nnd Thomas McCord
went to Iji Pino Monday and bought
a flno saddle horso pf Nell Sly. Mr,
McCord will act as tiro warden for
tho Klamath and Crook Flro Associa
tion. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Jones, with
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Smith of
uugene, wcro in town Wednesday,
Eddlo Santry. Don Caldwell, Joe
Mathauy nnd Unman Howard wrro
bear hunting In tho Walker basin, re
Thomas Bracken returned Fri
day from Portlnnd whero ho attended
tho Roso Festival.
Mrs. E. G. Rourk and Miss Irene
Tylor entertained Friday ovcnlng as
a farewell to Miss Inna Applegato,
Dancing niul cards, wcro tho amuse
ments. A dainty luncheon of Ice
cream nnd cako was served. Miss
Applegato has finished a successful
school year nnd will return In Sep
tonibcr. Sho leU Saturday for Port
land whero an old school chum Mill
Join her and together thoy will re
turn to their homes In Douglas county-
POWELL BUTTE. Juno 24. B. F.
Areher Is suffering with an attack of
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Fostor and
Fred Brown spent last week camp
ing out and fishing up tho Deschutes.
Tho first hay to bo cut hero was
put up Isst week on tho W. J. Gal-
bralth ranch. It was tho largo red
clover and ent mora than two tons
to tho acre.
An Interesting program Is being
arranged for tho graduation exercises
to be held at tho Butto Valley school
bouse on Juno 26.
Part of tho poles are being put up
for tho farmers' telephone lino on the
west side ot Powoll Butto.
A farmers' telephone line speaks
well for the progrcsslvenrss of the
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Saunders re
turned last week from a camping ex
pedition up tho Deschutes river.
Reeves Wllcoxln had n colt get so
badly cut In tho wire last week that
It bled to death. Tho foot wis cut
ROCK, Juno 24. Forest
. H. Hunt was down from
last week. Josso Klrklnnd
with him to be In tho sor
Crescont for tho summer
Crnmpton and George C.
We have the machine you need the best that Is mnde.
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Several on hand set up ready to cut your hay. Come,
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In, Mr. Rancher, and see them.
Cultor toft for ltnlton, Vnih Batur
tiny wnoro moy win worn in mo nnr
veat this summer.
H. F. Swlnglo nnd 11. E.Htockwoll
who hnvu boon nt Klnmnth Falls tho
past two wooks returned flundny.
8. A. Ico nnd II. W. linker loft Fri
day for Wnlla Wnlln, Wnsh., whoro
thoy export to spond tho summer lit
tho ImrvoBt fields,
Floyd l.tpplnrott nuulo his monthly
visit to this town Inst wouk,
John J. niul Floyd Grnhnm cnlno
down from tho nnwmlll nnd will re
main horo until after tho Fourth.
MIhs lllilner Kindle)', who has I men
helping nt tho Hotol Riley nt m IMiio,
enmo homo Friday for n few days
with her folks.
Fort Rock valley ennnot bo put
down as n "desort" this season, ns
th'oro has been i Inches of rain
fall slnco tho first ot April, With
thousanda of acres at grain that
promise n lino ylold, tho settlors
will soon bo on Easy street.
Harry Crompton, who hnd tho mis
fortuno to got n leg broken somu
tlmo ago, Is nblo to bo up on crutches.
PINHIIUUST, Juno 22.--M n vory
lightly nttondud nohnol meeting on
tho 17th, K. U Root wna elocted di
rector to servo three yours, It. II.
llioley was the director whoso term
uxplrod this year.
Hoy and Will Garrott and Mr. Sny
der tuado a business trip to llond on
Bart Nichols who has been III tins
again taken up his duties ns ditch
An opportune rain foil hero during
F. W, Loverens of Tutualo was a
IMnehurst visitor Friday.
Crops In thts vicinity nro looking
Horn, to Mr, nnd Mrs. Emll An
derson on tho 18th, n hoy.
LAIDLAW, Juno 24. O. W. Hor
ner returned homo last weok from
Portland whero ho had been on busi
ness. Ho brought with him his mo
ther for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wlmorof Tum-
nlo passed through horo on Tuosday
for Deschutes whero they took tho
train for Waahougnl, Wash., to visit
with their daughter, Mrs. J. W.
James Patton and wife wont to
Mrs. J, B. Wlmer has returned
from Portlsnd whore sho attended
tho Roso Carnival. Her sister, Ilor
nlco Umphlott, accompanied heritor
Mrs, Hall has gono on a business
trip to Waltsburg, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dickenson
were horo Wednesday.
Mrs. J. W. Brown mado a visit to
nor country homo Thursday,
Miss Melba Baker and Miss Ilor-
nlco Umphlett visited with Miss Ida
Commissioner Bayloy Is enjoying
a visit from two sisters whom ho hnd
not seen In 29 years. Ono Is from
Iowa and tho other from Bourn Da
kota. Melba Baker was winner In tho
big contest at Thorp's.
FREMONT. Juno 23. W. N. Mo
Coy nnd C E. Smith of Salem filed
nearly here. Thnt means
M jB tfffjfe
BUCKEYE MOWER TIME.
Harness and Saddles Dealer In Wagons, BurkIcs and
Implements Seeds and Grain for
on homesteads south ot Fromnnt last
wook nnd linvo returned to tliu val
ley to harvest tholr crops, nflor which
thoy will bring tholr stock, Including
Romn flno Jersey cows, and Join tho
dairy list In Fremont,
ilov. Mr. Nonl pronchos In tho Fro
mnnt nchnolhouso over)' Sunday now,
Tho creamery hii'ldliig began to
rlso Inst Thursday and will bo pushed
to completion, ns W. K, MoUnltum
will bo In this wook with (10 bond of
dairy cows mid young stock.
Mrs, Morgnu has been confined to
hor,tbod for throe wooks with appen
dants nnd Is getting bettor. Hho
will likely mentor without nn opera
tion, Tim first wedding occurring In
Fremont was snlomnlted last Wed
nusday aftornnon by Itov, Mr, Natl,
M. Kuocli ot Silver Lnko ami Miss
LUslo McCnlltim toro tho contract
ing parties, Owen llorlln was bent
mnu and Miss Mury McCallum brides
maid. Tho neighbors gathered In
soon after dark and cnnimonccd n
charivari, but thoy worn soon Invited
In nnd spent n vory enjoyable even
tug, Thu iiowlywods will rosldo In
ALFALFA, Jiino 21 8. J Span
cor' of llond ns In this locality last
week with nn automobile load of land
Count) Surveyor F A. Itlco has
been vlnwlng muds In this locality
Hami'in Cook of Lnldlnw was horo
tho first of tho week In tho Intorest
of tho prohibition campaign.
Tho cnttlo men who havo stock oil
tho range have heon rounding up thn
past few days. They report tlicni In
lino condition nnd tho raugo thu btst
It tins boon for years,
Joa ToMiiseiid's oldest boy has
gono to Hay Creek for a wcik-oud
to visit with relatives.
Tho fifth annual Hireling of tho
Alfalfa public school was held on tho
17th. An algbl months' term of
school was ordered nnd n 10-mlll tax
levy was mado.
Joe Mnthrny o( Powell Butto
spent a few days hero last weok.
Mr nnd Mrs. It. Smock ntado n
trip to Bend last Saturday.
Miss Fay Ma Vllln has bcr. suf
fering from a r.uo of blood poison
ing In tho arm, but I reported Im
proving at this writing,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wlllsrd chsp
ornnod n party to tho Ico envn Isst
Sunday. John Elder. Mrs Rye Glen
and Harold Moloney, Lillian Ferry,
Fred llrown, Charley Elder and Miss
Edna I'yatt composed tho party.
AM0NQ THE SETTLERS
t NORTHEAST OF TOWN
Mr. W. W. Orcutt and daughter,
Mrs. W. P, Downing, spent 8unday
with Mr. and Mrs. II E. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. W G. Waugh were
guests at tho home of Mr. and Mrs,
O. C. Cardwell Sundiy.
Mr. and Mrs. Cob E. Smith visited
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. It. M. El
Mrs. I.00 Inung waa Injured last
week by her cow, tho animal throw
ing her head as Mrs. Young started
to put n rope on her horn. Mrs.
Young was thrown down and her
back soverely Injured Sho Is Im
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Hocch spent
Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs, DuVrlcs.
C. W. Hooch Inst weok sold a lot
of jKists to Mr. Winter's.
A numbor of people from this vi
cinity wont to llond Sunday to see tho
Charles Boyd, Prop,
Wall I'spsr st
N. P. WEIDER
Ctiespeit and Dot Wall Pspsr Stn
plei In the county , Get
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Pot J9. fiend, Oregon,
'llUHINKHH AMI PHOI'IXSIONAL. .
E. F, Stnu.0 Sylvester L. fltaats
HTONH .V HTAATM '
drrtco Corner Minnesota and Wall Bta,
Work Carefully Done.
J. M. LAWIir.NCK
L O A II S, I. A II ll II II I II c s ,
Justice ot Poaco Notary Public
I.lreiuiHl Kitilmlmer, '
Phono. Ijidy Assistant .
C. P. NI8WONGER, Bond, Ore.
Dr. P. W, Clarke Dr. (1. F. Newltoiuo
The Dalles, Oregon .
We do Grinding of all (.onset, ,
In Bend Every Month
MARION M. I.IIMIt
Lot 11, Block 16, Confer Addition
MILS. !.'. HEN.NKIt
Painless Removal of Corns, etc.
Corner Third and Junlpor Ave
TUK J. H. HA.VKIl ABHTIWtrrCO-,
Complete tract Indexes and nhnto-
graphic copies ot all Crook County'
Nsturo Methods Chronic Disorders
and Dietary Advlco A Specialty '
DR. It. D. KirrCIIUM
OfTtco Hours 9 to t or by Appoint-
tnent nt tho Homo of Patient.
W. VV. Faulkner, D. M. D. ,
n e n d, Oregon .
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Sunrcon '
OtJlCK 0VKU l'IKHT NATIONAL UK.
Office Hours: 10 to u s. m,; i to J and'
ill n ii. in.
13KND, ;- Okkgon
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OWC IM FIBST NATIOKAI. HANK UI.DO.
UltND, OKKGON '
Vernon A. Forbes t1
FIRST NATIONAt, UANK IUDO
George S. Young
6VIL, MlNINO AND IftHIOATION
Ofllco with J. A. I-iwtos.
F. O. MINOR
POiTniwrru nfit -m. '
U VKVl K K ACCI DKNT
Notsry I'uMIc ami CouvcyancliiR All
Uei,i,"E" Correctly Drawn.
W. E. PARKER
Plumbing, Steam and Hot
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
Caldwell & Main
All Kinds of Blacksmith
I rmcEg rtEAfcfWiHw , a '
Mnnesotu St., Dot. Bond
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