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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1903)
City Meat Market.
J. I, WltHT, l'ii...
MEATS OP ALL KINDS
IJutter, Hggfl, Ihmltry,
Potatoes, Vegetable-- In Scuunn.
Nearly Oo-lto Pilot lltitte liiu--Wnll
All kinds of wagon work done.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
Shop OppiiNlto Scliooltioiixc.
.1. Al. LAWRENCE,
If. H. COMMIHHIONIIU.
Notary Public, Imurancc Towiinlil-i
Pint for Upper Ddittiiuteii Valley.
II UK 1 1. HHItOMN.
II. I' IIMI.HKMI M I Cllt H UOWAMIMI yt. It.
Drs. Dolknap &. Edwardls,
I'HYSICIANS AND SUHGKONS.
PRINIiVIU.H - (WUOON.
Oflkf al Ntur of WiHtk' llrw Mmr.
Wilt prwtte tM mi
felt In Itui alaki
M. R. BIGGS,
It R CnmmiwJHtr.
IKINItVlt.l.H OK WOO.
LaimI 4llMfl twoneauf all kiwi OHW
atf-ret tnulMg Ih tworthouw.
Hull of Hasciuatitift Peaturc
of the Wonderful West,
$I.M Per Year 10 Cents a Copy
A l'i (UMpIr Copy to alt rHmlliiK
AG ENTSW AN T ED
SUNS1ST wants a subscription
representative in every city and
town. To those who will give
all or a ortiou of their tune it
offers attractive work and jkiv
exceedingly lilicral comniiss.ons
It will jMiy you to investigate. A
lostat card will bring particulars.
Write at once so as to be the
first in your field.
-I Montgomery St., San Francisco
TimlHr Mini, Act June J, '
NOTICK I-'OH I'UlUiICATION.
I'.H IaiiiI Offic. The Itallw, Oivcuii,
NunrmUrr II. itnl
nulirr i iviy sivcu iiii m huiiwh m
he irt4ilHi',f Hit Aft uf CunjircM ut Jhhc
lfi ciillllnl, "An Mt fur llir wit of tlHilicr Uu
hi ili utM uf CalllMtiU. OrckWi. NWMla.
Sutler U lvtljy given Hut in imu)4ihi with
l Ul LIHIJirCM M JHHC i.
U'n.liliiiitiKi Ttllllwy." rtletHltil te nil I
.lllilillHl Ttllllwy. rmiRMU is nil inc
ijrflc Uwl UIm liy Act uf Aiijt 4. IH. Inc
ItOwlllI'lllimot IMIMIIIt lir filed In IliUofllcc
IhelrtMUiii UleBienU, Iu-mII
Clot W. SJuliulm
of Motelieail. wuiily ofCUy. ute ufMlnneioUt
warn luiemcnt No if4, nll May i. ivm. ir
tlie iui(li untie mM -c u,ln9,r ikc.whi.
IiuU l. llcrKtlcu
uf Nt'wn, fennly or OoujUti, ilite of Mlnne-
uiU, tworn kluUmeiil No IS', nlnl June I. li,
ml, tworii kUUmrni Mo 11
fur tlie purclmc of thr licit '
K iic)mii, Itl7. r lc.
, )(, Ki UWf IIKI
, W III.
Million Mr I. II
of AtcxAiidrU, county uf DuucUi, Ule of Mliinr.
ott, tworii ktilrmtnt No bv. fileil June 1, lyu,
fur llie iHiieli.if of Hie nc)( lull U. H MfJ
e K mil N wji IJ. n iy . i n e. w in.
of .N'cUun, county of l)uuU, tle cf Mimic
xiU:iwornllciiicul No im, lilnt June I, km.
for llit ltuKhaac of the nU H Mf A, ) "wft
ml nw wl'Kij,lim,ruo,w in
Tint tliey yrlll offer proof to liow that tlieUml
ouglit It more valutmc fur lit tlinluT or atone
tlun for OKricultiirnl mriK)M, anil to e.tolill.li
their cUliiit to ulillaml lfire the Kriitnlcr unit
Krcther t The Dullet. lircijoii.on iltuifcUy,
1'ebrutry ltli, ivm
They name at wltnoxi John llratm, Autuiic
Itroiui. 1(11 Toytor and II y( l'lilUI, uf Hwk.
Bur. Wn.hit'reil Lartoii anJ lul J leliitcn,
ofNttMiii, Miniii hlnion Stelill, of Aleiauilrla,
Mlniii John rilciJI, of lXKhute. Oregon, John
lurnra, of rdneWlIc, Oregon.
Any anil alt iicrnoiit clulmluit odkcmcly the
atiofcHtvM.ratliiiitUure ieiienicitto file their
CUlnia in IhU ulilcv on or licfoic tlw ailit nth ilay
list ray Notice.
A dark red, natural mooly cow,
branded with italic "b", under
sloje in both ears, was taken up on
the i ath of November. Owner
can leurn of her whereabouts by
calling or addressing The bulletin
and paying for this notice.
TO 1101(12 l)Illl'l'OWWABIil(.
CliiliiilioldorA III 19-U. WW Try ftr
The holders of eight claims out
ill the northeastern part of 19-12, at
the Iiuad of whom is I,. II. McCntiu
with two clalii'iH, have agreed U)
(;hih toftuther and put down an ex
purlmutitat bore for an artesian well.
Mr. McCauii in faiitilar with the
biwlnu.sH of. loriiiK artesian wells
and lie will probably have charge
of the enterprise. Just whore the
experiment -will lie made on which
claim has not yet l-eeii deteruniiud.
TIihI will be governed b the re
anil ol 11 close cxaitiinnllon of the
land when the plant if obtained.
The most favorable ipot will be
Mi'. MuCuuu'm aoc!aiett in this
commendable project aie George
Hltteh, George V. liuckctt, Jo.suph
null Iletijamin Struwbridgc, T. J.
Gardner uud Hdward J. Hurley.
AH 1 1 lose will put money into the
experiment, a total of $5000 or
more. The design is to go down
at least 3000 feet, unless a antis
factory reault shall le reached at a
Most of the, claims represented in
UhL attempt to gut water .arc under
the timber and stone act. Thnt
contemplates non-agricultural laud.
Hut the dryness uf the .toll and the
distance to the river 13 to J5 miles
Is the chief roM)ii for clarifying
the land as non-agricultural. It is
kLso too high In be irrigated from
the river. If an artesian flow can
be obtained there it will make the
soil productive and add vastly to
the wealth of this region. Mr.
McCauu will go oast for the boring
outfit nud expects to begin work on
the well early in the spring.
Unrncy Lewis nearly killed two
men at the Triplett & Broker build
ing Tuesday morning. He was on
the frosty roof near the jwak work
ing with a heavy scantling. The
frost caused him to slip and drop
the scantling, which clattered down
to the ground, missing Creed
Trinlett's head by less than a foot.
Hartley slid down the slippery roof
and miraculously caught a pro
jection that held him just as he was
balancing over for a i6foot drop
on irregular boards and timbers.
It was too close a call for both men
to be much of a joke, hnwevur.
Tlinlxr lnil. AM Jiiur j, HfX.
NOTIC13 KOH PUBLICATION.
IT. H. Uiul Offlv. Tli Dllr. Orriiun.
Nsvtiiilxr 11. iwu
Nolle l titrrliy ulvni llwl In mmIUw with
1 ike provtiuMia unlit Act
1 ia,a tnililMt. MAn iti Am
i7. cnllllnl. "All art (W III mI f (IwilKf UiiiU
1 inr ac vi 1
Crilattf4t HI lunr 1.
... ... w.- w. ....... nn., . .. wwr. ncN. wnv.
Vaahliiiln TtilltiHy," vxtiiHlrtl to alt the
iwltllc lauil atatr tiy Art of Auiruol 4, !. the
fullowlHK.iaiiitl )ititii Imv lilnl In thl. ollWe
llirlr iwoni alatcHltiitl. to-wlt.
lleriunl A ShtltMra
... fit k.M.H CrllfnulA n.dau " .ul
uf NriMn, OHinty of IkMgUi, tklr of Mlnnt-
wU; anorn laltliirnt No imt. hint June I. 11
lor the tmiclitK ul the eM )( aiuf aw) aw
n, ip if a, r k t. w hi
Ouv K Mannlnr
of tKmllne. county uflifriy. Wale of Michigan
tworn laitiHtni no in, man iiay .
llie puicliaKoflhe n)t nc)V ami H
ip la, r iac, w m .
John NlcliaUi llrown
of Alraamlrla, county of IKigU.tteof Mlnnc
ota. Mocn lAtcmtut No iay, fllcd May m, Hwi.
fur the purcliatcofthecH ne) mil eH au .re
m, tp r 11 1, w in
That they will ulfcr proof to ahow that the la tut
aooiht U more vatual
lliau fur aiiiicultuial piupcwa, am!
mc 1 ur ut iiuiuvr or Monr
Mm. ami to etaMIh
their clalim loaakl laud litfore the Kriil.ter and
Krcttirtr al The IIjIIm. Otfgiin. oil Wtilntiulay,
I'rbruary i;tli, iuo(
They liauie a wltncwi. (luy K Manning, of
Duwllnu. SllclilfiUll. John N lllowu. of Alrxan-
Ilia. Mlniii John llloia. ofHItlcra. Or. Malhlat J
Kline, of ItcKhulca. Or. llernaril A Hhtllwric, of
Any and all iwraant claimlnK adverntly the
aixiYeiicKiiieu uimaure leiiumeu 111 me ineir
cUlini In thl ollic 011 or btfbrc the aald 17th
day of I'etiruary, 10&4, .
dffs XIICUAI'.I. T. NOLAN, KekUter.
Tlmlicr Land, Act June j, Sj8.
NOTICK KOH 1-UULICATION.
V. H. Iimt Oirtcc, LaLeilew, Orrsoti,
October it. iou.
Notice U hereby glicu that In coniplianee with
the provlaloua ol llie Act orcontfrrat or June A,
;H. cullllcl, "An act fur the aulcuf Umber laniTa
H'n.hlnittmi Territory," n cxtemlcil tu all the
public laud aUtea by Act of Aitut 4, N;,
I.ouIm M Murah.
LanmriiiA. orciron. nctiuIh mul
of Dttchntn, county uf Crook, atfle of Orecou,
111 LfMIIHV., VUU"I t
liua filed In thin olllce
icr auoru atatemtut No
17.W, for the purchnK- of the w)i uv)( aec 16, )(
ncU arc J7. tp tl a, r 9 c. w in,
And uill olfjr iiroof to ahow Ihut the land
kftiUht It mure vadmble fur Ita timber or alone
thiiu fur aKilcullural jmriH), and to catnbllah
her claim to aAld lutut before (1 II Wonlwcll, U.
H. CommUiluuer. at Silver l.nk, Orruou, on
Tliurwlay. the nth dny uf I'chy, m.
She URiiultAtNtltueaKai Itlcliaril Klne, Wll-
llniii lArli. I M lllllil.r. lfrr.1 M.rtfli. nil ,l llH.
I rhutva, oriuuii.
Ally uuu an penuinv cuiniiug nuvcraciy me
alHive.dcacrlbed latuU are reoutatcd to file Uicir
clulma In thin office on or before theaAld nth day
uf I'aliy, 19-4.
lUJ-liy U. M.UKA1TA1N, KcgUter.
PUSIIINU THIS 1)1 ICII WOUK
Porcc to llcj-ln Uxcavafinj;
I'lnU of Next Week. .
Pour big wagon loads of scrapers
uud a bremkiuir nlow arrived Sim-
day morning; for the Pilot -Mutlcl'lowii from his clnini Wednesday.
Development Company. TJTay wore This shows the difference in ciinutte
taken up to tlie mill, thru lilfles
above Ileiid, where work at o-xoawtt-ing
the ditch will begin next Mon
day morning. Kvcry thing vTJr be
in teadinem for setting a do7.eiror
fifteen teams at wrk then but ft is
doubtful whether o many will re
Mt for duty the first dity. .There
will be Mifliciuiit men to' handle (tie
cpuipmeut to Advantage. W T.
Stewart will be foreman on thwork
for the present.
Por a team and driver 1 1)0 py
will lie $.1.2; )er day. The com
jmuy furtifiilies only the sliulter for
man and benst. The feed for Jjptlj
must colnu out of the iy. UorSl
feed is high, but the days uicsllort.
Men alone are paid $2 to 2.35 Wf
day and board costs $4.50 per waekj
Tents will lie provided for the
men and sheds are being erect ud
for the tcHins. The camp' head
ipiarters for n time will be at Ike
miw mill, the ditch work expending
northward toward liend from that
Two-thinls of the flume franie
above the tww mill are completed
and that work k going steadily
forward. All the rock work along
the line is finished but a good deal
of heavy blasting at the intake re
mains to be done. It will probably
I be a mouth before that is completed.
HUTCHINSON AMAIN llliKU.
Urines New Vorkora to Look Over
Ills Irrigation Priiject.
C. C. Hutchinson, chief -promoter
of the Oregon Irrigation Com
pany, spent the first three days of
this week looking-ovcr the field of
oxrntions in this section. This is
his first visit for a year or more.
With him were W K Gtirrin and II
I) Turney, of New York.who repre
sent capitalists favorable to invest
ment in such properties. The re
sult of their inspection was not
made known before the party left
for 1'ortr.uid Wednesday, but there
was more or less talk about start
ing operations on n- large scale in
Sunday Mr. Hutchinson cnt
Surveyor Mcl'arlaud out from
l'riuevtlle to run a line with refer
ence to n project for taking water
Sut of the river at C. J. Conor's
1 place, the Lytic townsite. There
has been some talk with Mr. Cottpr
about taking a caniilout theie but
110 definite arrangement has been
Mr. Hutchinson said, he saw
great improvement in this region
since his previous visit. The men
who accompanied Uiin were con
vinced that this is a country of
great possibilities. As to the par
ticular errantl that brought them
here, however, they were bilent.
Head Weather for November.
Following is the tenitwrature rec
ord for llciul as,kent by Voluntary
Observer Stntiborroui-h, for the
month of November:
Date Max Mill lute Max Mill
'- ' " ail wawaaaa-(MtawaH a i
I M 41 17...... A 34 9
i$ 4 IB 31 !
3 3 .
4 1 i 44
6i 1 31 50 30
i S3 J4
7. i J 3-....- 4 S
4 ll J4 - 4 31
V- J7 V S - S7 3S
10, . J4 it 13 ji .34
II ... 4 a 17 Kj 1
II - 39 34 " &l V
3. 3 ) S7. 3
U it 19 3 J J
IV,. .... ,..., 34 '3 31... ...
16 37 3
lcn,. 49 ii
Maximum 66 degrees.
Minimum 9 degrees.
Total precipitation 4.94 of an in.
James and J. N. Hunter report
eight inches of snow on their home
steads 17- miles up the river, so it is
not practicable to do any farm
work there. At Vandevcrt's, and
Atkinson'), however, on the river
lass than live milea southeasterly
from fhe Hunter places, they wore
plowing this week, according to the
report of Tauten mil whV entile
iietrrwn river-lautH ami neighbor
ing timbered uplands.
Wlefft'H lloucc on Hire.
L. D. Wicst rose early yostordny
morning and built a rousing fire in
the sitting room heater to beat
back the frot line, which was un
usually aggrcMivc.. The stove did
its work right energetically Jitid
after awhile, when Mr. Wicst went
out to feed his chickens, his atten
tion vut drawn to the poak of the
hoiiKf, where a small bla7c had
been kindled by falling sparks
No time was loat in bringing a
bucket oi water to Ixatr and the
fire was extinguished after a square
yard of the roof had been charred.
This is the second time the Wicst
house bus caught fire, the first one
leu)K about two years ago and
more damage was done then.'
Injured liy Dynamite Cin.
A pecuiiir incident Saturday re
Milted inn somewhat painful though
not serious injury to Mrs. J. R.
It rock. In sweeping her house she
got a dynamite cap amongst the ref
use and when she put the whole in
the stove there was an immediate
explosion. A lot of iron scales wore
driven into her right hand and a
fragment of metal struck her over
I the right eye but did not break tlie
Skin. It was with considerable fiflt
culty that the scales were taken out
of the wounded hand, but it is now
healing satisfactorily. The stove
lid was off at the time, which gave
vent for the explosive without
wrecking the stove.
James Hunter drove to I'rincvillc
yesterday, returning today.
II. W.' Doukcl returned to the
Meadows Tuesday with a load of
Judd Palmer made proof on his
homestead before Commissioner
1 uc roau to irincvuic is a regu
lar boulevard, with the exception
of three miles on the Priuevillc end,
where there is much rock and mud.
C. H. Garrison, of Portland, was
a guqst ut the Pilot lJutte Inn Tues
day, going 011 up into the timber
witlt Hill Vandevert the next day.
R. II. Caldwell made n trip to
Prfneville this week, driving in with
Messrs Ackerman, Rife and Zell
mer, who made proof here Tues
day. L. D. Wiest is laying in a stock
of grain for his poultry. A load of
1 16 bushels arrived Thursday from
Powell buttes uud much more is
Triplett & Broker expect to have j
their stock of furniture in about
tlie first of the year. The roads
are not favorable to rapid trans
portation just now.
Mrs. Hawthorn, of Lava, was a
passenger on the up stage today,
having been in Priuevillc to attend
the marriage of her daughter Sadie
to James Carter.
The November wet spell brought
the Deschutes river up about six
inches to extreme high water
stage. It has now receded nearly
to low water mark again.
County Clerk J. J. Smith stated
Tuesday that he had cancelled more
mortgages during the past fall
mouths thuu during any like period
of his four years service. This is
ij.fair index to our county finances,
atid while the slump in stock prices
have been demoralizing they rhave
not been sufficiently so to cause any
marked deprcaaion to financial af
fairs. Priuevillc Journal
Hokm To Charlos Cottor and
wife. Tucadny of this week, an 8
pound girl, mother aild child dolng
well, and with cftrefull nursing
Charles will recover.
Among the laud claimants to
make proofs here this week were
Cecil A. Ackerman, H. V. Rife and
Christ Zellmer, of ir-mendcii, N.
Dak., each of whom has a timber
Mercury went down to 1 1 above
zero Wednesday night within 2 ol
the loweat this season.. The recent
wet weather had loft the goouud
moist so it froze ttudtf this tempera
ture. C. A. Dano was down from Ros
land Wednesday and returned
home next day. The l;nno party
will imike proof op their timber
claims January 0 and will then re
turn to the Last.
Kobert G. Honker wn down frcm
his homestead !-aturday nud repcrt
cd 6 inches of snow on the livel be
tween Vandevert'a anil Hog lie's.
Theie had !cu 16 inches of snow
but it tliawed pretty fast.
The Booth & Corhett stage line
between Hetid and PrincviHc and
the livery stables at both ends of
llie line were transferal to h. It.
Allittghmn l)t Tuesday. Hooth &
Cornett retire antintly from busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. McCnnn
have moved down from their home
itead for a fmv weeks while Mr.
McCann is wDrlflng at the Stcidl &.
Reed mill. The McCann's arc
occupying the old Reed house, the
Heeds having moved to their new
liouse near the mill.
Every puddle in the road between
3end and Priuevillc has plcuty of
oatrons. Tlie fobbins'and juiitpcr
ays get refreshment there- instead
if being compelled to fly away off
to the river for their drinks. Where
the puddles are big enough even
the horsfs patronize them. The
muddy water does them good.
A party conjposcd of Mrs. C. O.
llrown, of Moscow, Idaho, Mrs.
Ulia A. Ball and Miss Alice M.
Hall, of The Dalles, Mrs. Sophrouia
S. Kdj-comb and Lewis W. Silli
man, of Galeton, Potm., and Mel
vin G. Dresser, of Park Rapids,
Minn., were at the Pilot Butte Inn
Tuesday night on their way to
make timber laud proof at Silver
Lake. "Dcmpsey" Cantrcll drove
them up to Silver Lake and ex
jiects to return with them Sunday.
S. M. Bailey, of the Silver Lake
Central Orcgonian, spent Wednes
day night in Bend on his way
home alter a week's visit in Prine
ville. He took iti a lot of stock for
bis paper. While coming out last
week he lost a horse at Vandevcrt's.
The animal showed evidence of
sickness and was turned out in the
pasture for awhile.' After dark he
could not be found and the next
morning his body was discovered
in the river, where the beast had
evidently fallen when he went to
"Dad" West goes to school to
wood rats now. Tlie other dny he
harvested n lot of cabbages and put
them in the Drake roothouse. He left
most of the leaves on, intending to
remove them later and feed to the
cows. Some turnips were, in simi
lar condition. The rats knew it was
not n workmanlike job and they at;
once set at woik and cut off all the,
offending leaves, neatly and com
pletely, piling them in a heap at the
other side of the roothouse. The
lesson sank deep itito "Dan" West's
soul and he will not hereafter give
the .rats occassiou to criticize his