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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1904)
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HKNJ) OKKOON, 1'KIUAY, JUNK 10, 1004.
STATE, UlSIHICr AND MOST OF Till!
In I Wml Precinct liulepcmleiit Cltl.cns
Carried the Day for Justice by 11 De
cldvo Majority IJO Votes Polled
erc--Au Increase of 100 Per Cent
In Two Years In the Number of
Votes foiled Here.
Hinder Hermann was elected to
cougresn in the first district Inst
MmulHy by n plurality of more thnii
7ixw votes. J. N Williamson won
in the seuiiul district by u phiralll)
of about 14,000. This to the big
gest republican vlatory ever re
corded in Oregon.
In thin judicial district Judgi
Rradshaw is probably tvelected nud
Prank Mcuefcc will Iw district Mt
toruey for another term. J. A
haycock will be our joint senatoi
Hild J. II. Shook nud It. K. I..
Steiuer will represent us in tin
lower house in the legislature. All
thes but Rradshaw aie republican
Por supreme court justice Moore
wim reacted, as was llailey foi
fowl mid duiry coiuiuiiMioiier. then
.laving own no doubt of Mint re
suit. The load option and direU
jK-imury laws carried decisively as
did the constitutional amendment
to take, the state printer from tin
Hat of constitutional officers mid
mike liim Mibject to the leg
In Crook county Hell (R) fot
judge lat Higgs out of sight. A
We nic n i!y to receive
npplii ations for a large are
under tin i uial of the
Thin land in Kaslward
Hiid Northward from Rend
on the Kant side of the
Deschutes River. Only
water is needed to make it
fertil. This is now provid
ed. Spcciul Iiiducemeitts
to those WHO SIGN
For further information
W. H. Gl'KKI.N, Jk.,
O C HTI'INKMANN. Hwiiit
RUN I) - - ORKGON
Acres df Land
Kit Kit to those who will pay
from $5 to $15 per ncte for
TO Till. COI.ITMIIIA tiOUTIIKKN
Lands located in the Des
chutes Valley, Crook county,
Oregon. Water now on laud,
Send for descriptive pamphlet
B. S. COOK
351 Alder St., Portland, Orcg.
tor a rossim.u paradise
In-twecn HlkhuMk) and Smith for
Mheriff the vote is vary clone with
indications lavoriug the succwts.f
Klkin J. J. Smith D) Kt a
liire majority over C. A. Gilchrist
for county clerk. "Otto Oray(R)
won the treasurcrship f",m ll'
elder Hell. C. II. Dinwiddle (l
.1 PI warn to have Uikeu the ucriu
tendency of schools from lioegli.
stearin (R) won for county commis
sioner, Lafolletl (D) for aasesaor,
Graves (R) surveyor and Ctooka
(I)) for coroner.
In Rend precinct J. M. I.wreuce
received a decisive majority of the
vote for justice over Charles 1.,
Hrock. I). W Monrehniisc, the re
publieniiiiomiiiee, receiving 110 voles
it nil. Por coiiHtablu there whs not
much of a content. J'.. W. (.lies,
mdecudrut, whs elected by two
vote over J . W. Overton.
The election board in Ik-ud jrc
finct was compoHal of John R.
Ilrock. John I. West, mid John
Sirteuiore. jtiilges. and J. M I.nw
reuce. Millard T. Triplctt. and
riioiuas W Triplctt. clerks, the
last two having been upMiiuted by
the judges in the absence of C. I..
Hrock and G. Schlechl, who had
iieeu iiametl by the county court
The detailed vote in this precinct
was as follows:
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The Rev. 'A. W. Commerford
writes fioui Priueville that he can
not be in Rend next Sunday but
that he mid Mrs. Commerford will
be nt the Pilot Hutte Inn ino.st of
next week mid he will hold .services
in Grant's hall 011 the succeeding
TQmftXT'- 1 . . .. .. i, .iiimi ItflUrf
iiiiiiMM immmm 11 1 1 ii jun fL..in t m t.
WHY BEND BOOMS
riiorui rouiiiM in, mum oriiie-
ATIIJNS ON THE RUSH.
I(nUIs Development of Natural Re
nources At 11 Inly from Reclamation ol
l.arce Area of Arlil l.ninl-l!xcelknt
Class of Cltl.Bim are Occupying this
Coiinlrydrowtli tins Only I'nlrly
Itexuii In Ibis Region.
Hutwueu 400 ami vw cople re
side in and mIkxH Iknd alwiii
double the number that was here u
year ago. livery man is busy at
Kood wages and has plenty work
I'ifteuu buildings ranging from a
ihtcc-room bungalow to 14 room
structures, are under way in Hem
at this time, including dwellingx
and business structures.
Preparations are in progress for
many other buildings. About 30.
000 feet of lumber is being pulled
tiotii the saw directly to new build
iHgs every day.
This activity is based Uon the
development agencies in oerali'ii
here. Most of the Columbia
.Southern segregation of !,
acres has been taken this season
ml they are being occupied by a
thrifty and energetic class of citi.ens
The Oeschutes Irrigation & Power
ComMiiv'.s 300,000 acres are not
yet ready for settlement but 35
miles of ditch, watering as inaiiv
thousand acres, is practically com
pleted and the reclamation 'work i-
goiitg forward fast. Applications for
tt ukvc wen Avail
tor public lauds in this vidniu
have been very active 111 the wst
three mouths, homesteads ureath
The extensive liimlwr licit of the
Deschutes, reaching down to Iteml's
very door, is not considered in
Gcsent operations, though it is
und to make this point the neat
of important manufacturing. Nei
ther do railroad irositccts count at
the sreeiit time, for ever) thing
now contemplated will proceed re
gnrdleas of railroad.
Nothing the Mutter Wth Vegetables.
U. lr. Ilatteu on the last day of
April jritutted n .small plat in French
breakfast and other railihhes on his
tesklence kH at the corner of Tenth
street and Irouwood avenue. Last
Sunday the Batten's had fresh rail
Utiles for dinner and they were as
IMTtty and toothsome as ever grew
anywhere. Ami they grew with
out irrigation, too. Mr. Ratten
had some lettuce and jieus that
were due for the table about this
time but the chipmunks gut them
flrsit. Sweetcorn and iwtatoes are
coming on finely without watering
h. II. McCauii planted .some rad
ish need, with others, in the fir-t
week in May and the family had
radishes for dinner Saturday.
These, h'ovvuver were on the river
bottom at the Cottor place and
benefited froiii the proximity of the
wnter, though there viu 110 .sys
Ohio Unites Assays,
Returns from the specimens of
Cliue buttes rock .sent lor assay by
0. K. Robbins were received f torn
two nssaycrs this week. The Mon
tana Metallurgical Works, of Port
land, found a value of $1.86 to the
ton 1.20 in gold and 66 cents
in silver and A. M. McAfee, of
the Redding, Cul., Assay Office
reports $1.65 per ton in gold and a
trace of silver. Reports from other
assayers are yet to be received. Of
course this is not rich rock but the
hope is that, with this showing near
the surface, depth will bring results
that will well pay for development.
Prospecting is likely soon to be resumed,
The BeEd I
Mercantile Co. I
A. II. GRANT, Manager.
We buy as low as wc enn
We sell as low as we can
You buy as low as you can
YOU BUY OF US
DOLLARS , CENTS
For Both of Us!
Dry Goods, Groceries,
The mill of the Pilot Butte Develop
ment Company has begun sawing and
hereafter will be ready to supply all
kinds of surfaced and rough
LUMBER and SHINGLES
AT REASONABLE PRICES
PILOT BUTTE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY