The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, November 12, 1913, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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IXKN'O NUIXKTItf, BKND, OnK., WKIINKHDAY, KOVHMItKIl llS, I01H.
DOUBLE DEATH
D E ' HARVE
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GRIZZLY MOUNTAIN
HAS TRAGEDY
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Moonshine Whisky 1'lRureil In Shoot
ing I'jtiit ThurMlnjr Xcnr lrIticlllo
Which Claims Two Ylctlm-Ono
Had n Wound In the Hack.
PUINEVILLE, Nov. 10.1 oo
count was tho scone o( .1 real Ken
tucky feudal battle soma time Thtira
tlaj night, when Felix Jones, a native
of Kentucky, nnd generally known
ns "KontuoU," and Hoscoo Hrown on
Ruced In n flsht to death near UrU-
ily mountain, about IS miles trom
here.
Jones had lived In this suction
about thiee yearn, and during that
tlmo had worked at J. V. Joiiim. saw
mill. Jlrown camo to this vicinity
about a ear ago and also worked at
the sawmill. Soon aftet wards he
married a daughter ot J. W. Jones,
ltiown was a hard drinker and of a
quarralsomo disposition and seemed
to be Jealous ol "Kentuck."
Thursday both men visited at a
cahin occupied by Hrown b brothor-In-law
and it family named Pinard,
nnd all ato-togother, appearing to bo
on frlendiyjjerms.
Later' J'Kentuck." left for another
ranch. That was tho last seen ot
Jones and Brown allvo.
Late that night sereral shots wcro
heard but no attention was paid to
them. "Friday morning Finard saw
Urown s horse standing on a hill half
a mile away. Going to It, ho found
tho bodies of brown and Jones lying
36 feet apart. Each grasped a rlflo
and each body showed one outlet
wound.
Jones was shot in tho back and
probably lived but a few minutes,
litown was shot .through the chest,
the bullet piercing the heart and
lireaklng -tho spinal column.
Near llrown body were fount, two
iu.rt bottles of moonshine whisky.
Jones had quit work a day 01 two
before and was preparing to leave for
his former homo In the Illuenus
utalo.
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"AVKKKIjY MAltKKT HEPOUT.
NORTH PORTLAND, Nov. 8.
Receipts for the week have oeen:
Cattle 1143, calves 35, hogs .1901,
sheep -1973. Although cattle liqui
dation has been a third less than to
tal for same period last week, beef
values have not been lifted appreci
ably, so demoralising was the condi
tion of the market ten days ago.
However, tho decrease In receipts I wethers nt 30 nnd owes nt $4.10
were tuicop houso features. Lambs
wore BtcoiiK nt ?r.7fi. Receipts woro
compiuntlvely limit nnd demand ox
, Was tho very nnnnccn tho irndo need
ed, and whllo no general rise In tho
prices was consummated n few alroiw
bids for nn occasional load ot prlino
steors or cows showed tho underly
ing steadiness to tho market. Mon
day and Wednesday voro tho only
days which wore factors In hotter
prices. Tho roiunlifdor of tlu weokls
business wns tnvtisncted in poor
.grade stock ot which there wns n
largo quantity, Generally the cattle
market Is steady to o, shndo firmer
thnu It wns seven days since, nnd tho
outlot for strictly prime steers and
cows Is better. Top quotations nro
steers S7 to S7.3S. cows Sti to S6.50.
'heifers $6.50 to $6.7S, calves S to
$9, bulls Sb.DQ to '$.&. Depression
hit tho swine market Into In tho week
but was not entirely unexpected.
Poitland has been S5c to 40c higher
than other American markets for 10
days and has maintained strength up
to Thursday ot this week. Prime
light hogs sold steady nt $8.30 thot
rootled supply. All prices steady nnd
(Inn nnd trade brisk.
GOOD XKW8 ITEM, TOO.
Thrpo of tlio loading business mem
of tho town wcro seen nt church on
Sunday, nnd Tho Uttllotln Is asked by
ouo of them to record this ua uti
Item ot news. And It Is, too.
MONEY IN HI'l'IM.
A. 1). Morrill brought In a load of
potatoes Monday from his Powell
llutto rnnch Monday nnd took back
n load or lumber yesterday. Ilo suld
his spuds for 90 cents a hundred nnd
says that oven at this price thoy are
the best pnylng crop ho knows ot oil
dry land, which his (a.
THEATRE TO HE-OPEN TRIOAY,
Tho Rend Theatre ns announced
first half, but buyers lefuscd to bid ' elsewhere In this paper, will reopen
that price at tho closo nnd tops were 'under new mniuigomcnl with a ..poo-
down to $8.20. Trado opinion Is not
so optlmlstlo as tho week comes to
n closo. Mutton and lambs sold
strong- and freely supported tho high
prlco range established a few days
ago. Prime yearlings nt $4 75, old
Inl nrticram Friday evening. Musi
cat features will Include singing by
Sam Jordan nnd violin antl piano
solos. W. Wolcott Is tho new mana
ger and Harry Wyso will operate the
machine
The Daylight Route
BETWEEN
CENTRAL OREGON
AND
PORTLAND
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You secure the advantage of
THROUGH SERVICE
and warm, comfortable
STEEL COACHES.
Insist that your ticket read via the O.-YV. It. it N. and
meet and travel with your neighbors
from adjoining towns.
J. H. CORBETT, Agent, Bend, Oregon
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"Vz-im CIalX Caa I Dlnn onaitHrioumiinieuuntiy. The land I llvh. 0cp Uttl th fonm
I Ol) OIlOlflQ UVV -tll frlllU thin, ua rwk, li lrl. h iwl ttrmnK. mt (ittlltnt OiliiVlng wtr
ucvri Juixr lliii N fed. Tbvltfliltil Urn! with rlul wattr llit. t
rtnbt purtholl Joorr Hereon rttnii, Tht urtoumtlni jilnt euvctnl mountain! ma full ol nnturl wondrr iit Jutt Iht Uc
farsricktloa L Mm li only about two )rt oM, but trowluc Mpltlly it hi t(tfihon rlm. two wl ItolrU. o lil( iinml ,
nt(rthiiill ttortt, fitlclM llrfty nii lent ulitr, nnltut iitwipr llh 1 I'liio Inter MminUIn), one of lh tnot ii(rrurr
romnitrctM club In tin tUIr and IhUcIiili. by h wjf, ha Ua own llurly mul Ih wt( Vr errtlnl Ihrttuu n lltttlr club hwit , '
There trathrr null mw mill in the rlcfulty of La Vint, whli h lJurt tht IksIihiIiii uTllitlM luiulKtliif imI mllWn budiieH Ihil will I
dime here. There arc gwM oeolni( In mnrucluilti(t mi J other bulneM line here In eiloeallunM nialtera lj line I trc(rewie. II hat
un-acre.achool parkin tht bean oflhe re.ldence aeciion nU no l.hrni In ihe Iwelllh rale. X Catholic church ha been bulti .
here, and other chtirthf are UnnlnK to raubluh lhialee lj I'liir lua orer now ainllabl elretrle borae Jer which the '
oienera hare roramenceJ lodceelop, antl which alone wouMbulM a (l aunt city The hl area of farm lamt Irlbulary to l.a Tin wouM
-aw.. mmm. nwu .nill.a.H m HV.H. nrm lJ t Ol T II ) V I111 IW T 1 1 linilKf IO . 1'int W,ITI NlOlie IIUIIU OMl ltTl (lip Min in,
comjm oflhe twoblc rallroait ayatcuw to M rint which willti aoou. iterloimenl In and aroun.) La I'lnt will w rai.t.1 l.a rine
can be reached via Or. war . N l . u. u B fcN. mt i;. i- u
railroad, other are vluln . why not VOt' WAKK Ur to the Uct that a olii. welt-locateil town In on of Iht newrl and bel aectlon
orthe Northweat I tound to grow rapidly, and that properly ealuea will climb accordingly frlee now from ytup Tht term are eaay
onlra few dollar -r moulh on each lot Voudou'l ml the mouey. but you aoon acquire ealuablt properly. Urlle to.tay lor plat, pike, a
LA PINE TOWNS1TE COMPANY, La Pine, Oregon.
Reliable agenta, with good bank reference, wanltd lu all part oflhe United Hlate.
POWELL BUTTES
(Continued from pane alt.)
Saturday, returnliiR homo nunilay.
their ilnuRhtcra, who are ntmlent nt
the Crook County IIIrIi School.
Mrs. I). A. Vat o wan hontcia to tho
rowell llutto Boroala Wediteaday, Tho
nftcmoon wna apent In plnnnliiK fur
tho banauet ulilch tho latllea will
servo on tho ovcnluR of the 20th. A
Kooilly numlior of momhera woro
tucacnt nnd all woro loud In their
praise of the dollcloua reliant which
wna acrved them nt tho clone of tho
inoetlnR. Mm. Yatea wna iihly an
alatcd hy her alitrr-ln-lnw, Mm. Ouy
Soara. Tho next roicular meeting of
tho club r ho with Mra. K. 1. Alloy
nn Ducomhor 3,
George Morgan nnd Allen Wllloox
on wero hualneaa vUKora to the coun
ty oat Monday.
An 80-acre trnet of land belong
ing to Mr. Adama of lledmoud waaf
aold laat week to n Tncoma man who l
will move hla fniully onto It noon.
Mr. and Mra. Oeo. Mcl'hurland will !
ho honor gueata nt n pnrty to ho glvon I
hy Mr. nnd Mra. W. T Hmlth Tuea.'
day evening. Tho Mel'harlanda ura
sooit to deavo for Wnahlnglon,
Father, mother, brother and ulceea
of 8. D. nnd W. 0. Muatnrd left for
their homo lu Onkadule. Wnah., on
Tutmday after n pleaiaut vlalt hero
with their relative. Mr. nnd Mra.
Muatnrd Hr. vUIIkiI hero live )enrri
ago and are delighted to ao an many
Improvemcnta In tho country almo
that .time.
J. I,, (llbr-on bought 16 ahoata (roju
J. J. Kllluger of Itodmond recently
I'uplla of the Wllaon achool are
aniline plna which Itonr n plcluro of
Old O lory nnd tho worda. "Our HctieM
llouae ring." I'roccoila nro to go for
n ling.
Oeo. Mcl'liarlaiiil took n lend of
potntooa to llond tho foro part of ihn
week. Ilmiry Tweet wna on tho lieu 1
mnrket alto with n lond of dteaMl
pork.
Carl Charlton went to Prlnnvlltn
laat week to tnko In th footinril
gnmn ami have aomo dental woik
(tone.
Mr. nnd Mra. I'm ok MrCnffrry nifl
aon I rod of Itedmond were dlnn if
gueata nt the K. I.. Itnraon home mi
Hiuiuny. Mra. a. r T
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FOR BUSINESS LOTS
FOR RESIDENCE LOTS
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For Close-in Acreage
FOR. FARM LANDS
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conservative buyer that BEND REAL ESTATE is a conservative investment
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