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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1904)
i in muter uiiL'inihiMiin lien ..-
Imvu been for iimiiy yimr. IlitrliiK
I tin) period of low price, muiiy worn
1 reduced to tin' vtk of Insolvency,
ami II took thu prullt of 11 yenr ami
l Ihi year before to pay off tint hard
Hum Indebtedm. ThU year they
marled In liulo.nitenl 'i'l thu inof
ItN for tlilM yiHir'H crop ropriMient
money that thu grower limy us n lit)
No Penult for Slicc-p.
Knti'rprUo Muliliwril PlHrchlnger.
HlltH)plllHII Of AHOllll i'Ollllty, Willi
wn arraigned In tho Jutloe court on
ttiit chum of running sheep Into thl
Mtntu without a ptiriiilt from Hut stock
Inspector of thin comity, wn lined
W. Deputy District Atorntty 8. '
, lleinleriMiii prosecuted IIih cnao. Mini
Hon. J. A. HiirlHlKli. ox riiraiilnHvn
for Union nml Wallowa counties, w
for tlin defuse. Tlio heipiun of
Asotin county havo Immhi running their
Iihp Into till county for wternl
yr. mill Ihero urn reported to bo
nil iitlitT sheepmen from that auction
who Imvtt their sheep In thn northern
purl of tint county nt Out printout
Hunt, mill who will In nil probability
Imvo to nimwor to tint amn charge
an Florchlnger. Tlio cnu tried .will
ho appealed to tlio circuit court.
rirc In lascudc Reserve.
Albany - Parties returning from the
tlrcllnnlimiti Hot Bprlug report d-
ulrurtlvH fornl fire burning In tlu
mountains nlong thai North Bnnllnm
rlvar. Onn of thon rim I In the
magnificent timber of tlio Cncnilu
forest riMorvo mul I iIoIiik conaldur
milo dnmngo. It Blnrtrd about JC
mile northeast or Detroit, nml I
burning In n nortliiTii direction.
Thl flro I In IIih henrt or thn Cna
end it forest reserve, nml quite n dis
tance rrmn III" course of travel or
camping place of plnuroeoker.
It I pntiumed to hnvn been started
by tlio Iuillnn In nn effort to destroy
tho feed on tint remtrvn and thu keep
out tint ulittop, gront herd of which
nro nnnunlly driven over thu Indian
hunting Kruunil In the reserve.
Salcin Can line Oar Gravel.
Hnlom. Judge Onlloway hn ren
dered n decision In tho Mlnto grnvnl
bnr raso In which ho perpetually en
Joined thn defendant- from Interfer
ing with thn employe of tho City of
Hnlom while they nro taking Rrnvnl
from tho nnrthent corner of Mlnto
Inland, for two on tho trcctn or Sal
em. Thn decision U of groat Import
ance to tho City or Holum na tho Mln
ton alleged that tho city had only n
rovnknhlo llcenao which hmt been ro
nclndoil, To Purchase ao..Slamp Mill.
Modford. Dr. J. F. Hoddy, of Spok
nno, who recently bonded tho Opp
quartz mine, located near Jnckon
vlllo. ha loft fur Han Franc I nro to
purrhnan n 20-tnmp mill nml other
machinery. J. W. Opp left ThurMdny
morning to Join Dr. Hoddy. A Inrgo
force of men hu begun work clear
lug ground for tho erection of tho
building, Work will bo pushed nml
It Ih oxpected everything will hu In
running order within CO dny.
Suit on Hop Contract.
flnlum. T. A. I.lvcMlay & Co., havo
brought null In tho Circuit Court to
nnjoln John JoluiHon, of Wooilbtirn.
from disposing or n certain crop of
hnpH or 20,000 pound, for which plain
tiff ban a contract. TIiIh contrnct
wan made over n yenr ago, nnd covorod
thn crop montlonod for II vo yearn nt
M ronln n pound, A nult nroso nut or
tlmt contrnct last year, nnd rcaultod
In favor of tho plaintiff, but In Htlll
ponding In tho court.
rinc Wegtlicr for llarvcatlno.
KntorprlHo. Old Hottlor of thla
county any that thin section of thn
country In oxporlonclng tho longest
dry npolt In Itu history, tlioro having
boon no rainfall for over n month,
Luckily, tho cropH wore nil well nm
ttirod hofaro tho dry weather hognn,
conanquontly It ban also, boon ono of
tho boat years for harvesting ovor
Milton. Apples nro plentiful nnd of
nil vnrletlos. Tho outlook for prices Is
not ftattorliig. Shippers expect to
oommonco shipping ns noon aa tlio
pruno season Is oyer.
I OF INTEREST
lim HARVEST IS ON.
Yield of fine (luulllv
fields it l.u Grande.
I.u Iriiuilti. Tho digging or tho new
nip or Itiiel for tlio ugur factory lo-
Html uiiur thl city, Iiiih coiiiiiieneoil,
ml will bo piiHliuil. Tho Himnoii ha
fun it very favorable ono for beet
.tower, mid tlio yield will bo iiiuuli
.renter than In any pruvlou yenr. A
lumber or Held, It I oMtlinutcd, wilt
iiodiK'o over 12 ton to tho acre, and
'limn a high iih 10 ton pur a ore, all
if excellent quality,
ICitoiiHlvu Impiovnmeiit nro holm;
iiiiilo In the factory, nml much new
michlnury I being added. A lar:n
auk for Htorlng yrup I being built,
i I bo prtMoul ono I liinilequato to
told tho ynii luft over riom thu
Plowing hn begun on tho 1200 acre
arm Inluly purchased by the HitKiir
ouipany, near Union, a largo portloii
r which will bo planted In sugar bt
or tho next year' crop.
Atlicnu (irowcr.n .Sell Wheat.
- Athenit. I.lttlo whoiit I Niorml nt
thl place lo ho held by owner. Tlio
in it I I Mold outright to wbolomilo
buyer Fully 70 pur cent or thu on
on' crop ha been illNpoel or. Only
it Hini4.ll pur rent ha been moveil, but
thu W. V C. It. company I running
train out neurly every day now anil
the (J. It. & N. compnuy haul out
uiHiiy car dally, farmer do not iht
aire lo hold their irraln at tho preaeut
high price. Thu honvloMl purchuNer
itru thu I'roatoul'artou Milling Com
pany, tho I'lulllf HtatPH Warehoiiati
Comtmuy nml tho 1'nclllc CoiinI Klo
atiir t'oinpHiiy, nil or whom huva re
tttlved liniuminH miiouuta. Hauling
win ijii complt'ttNl thl week, a now
but row loada atrugglod In, coiiiIiik;
from laolnlod farm
Itullroud to lie extended.
Cottage drove J. II. Hongon, of
New York. bu4ueN tnaiinger or thu
Oregon it HouthonMurti Itallroad Com
imiiy. bna been hero aovornl dny.
looking over thu affair or tho two
coinpmile. Ho nnuounceil thai con
atruutlon will comiutuico on tho ex
tonalon or tho railroad aoou. Tho
road la now 10 mllim long, nml n force
will bo kept nt work until tho lino I
completed to the reserve line, u dis
tance or four mile. A ptrt or the
rimd U to bo loinpletixl thl winter.
Itetntlvu to tho Oregon Hectirltloa
CumiMitv In- vn
. . . -
nearly nil tho numiuor. They pay 3
cent per crutu for puaklng, and aomo
worker pack a high a 80 crate in
Siirvcvlno Power Sites.
Kugeno. W. J. Wllaoy, ninnoger tho
Wlllnmotto Valley Klectrlc railroad
company, nnnnunce that surveyor
nro now In thu fluid aurvoylnir altoa
for power plnnt. Four Bites havo
bcon tielccted, any ono of which
would provo satisfactory. Aa noon ns
thu aurvoya on thu alien nro complet
ed n big corps or surveyor will bo
put on tho various routes or tho pro
posed nyatem, In ordor to havo every
thing In readiness for construction
work early In tho spring.
linker County I'alr Dales,
linker City. Tho directors or tho
linker County Fair nnd Bpecd Associ
ation havo plnccd tho dato for hold
ing tho fair from October 11 to 10.
There will bo $2000 hung up In purs
ns, besides tho $1000 stnto luonoy to
hu niHirimiieii in iiromiumn on agri
cultural exhibits. A contrnct ban been
let for building tlio pavilion nnd
Sells 4,000 Cwcs.
llakor City. Loo Ilros., protnlnont
aheep mow at this place, havo sold
4000 head or cholco yonrling owes to
a WyomliiB buyer nt $2.20 por Jiend.
Tho Bhoop nro nt present on tho
rnngo near Cornucopia, but will bo
dollvorod In this city ror shipment
rortlnntl Walla Walla, 70o,
blucetom, 84c; vnlloy, 85c.
Tucoida Illueetom, 86ojclub, 80o.
CoUn Olub, 70oi blneatom, 74o.
Pendleton Olnb, 70o; blneatom.
La Grande Olnb, 6So ; blneitem, 70o,
lrlucu Hadzlvll duclaro that the
men or both nriuluH aru ubolutely
vuuotnou in their antiiKOiilnm. I.lout-
ouanl-Ouuurnl HIodiihijI hn adilreMaod
hi gurrlHon, naylng that tlia prsaont
mood or thu Japauoo Imllcato clear
ly tho uucoanlty or rimlHtlug them to
tho lat drop or Itulan blood, be
can ho U tho Japanoat) Holdler entered
tho fortreMH It undoubtedly would bo
ImpOKMlbli) fur tbolr olllcer to con
trol thutu ami prevent a mnncro.
For thl reiiHon Moutuuutil-Ouuom!
HtoeMHol I making no objection to civ
ilian leaving l'ort Arthur.
When tho 300 women who nro en
gaged In Toil Arthur In hoplta work
wore udvlHod to leave, they replied
they would rather face thu polblllty
or iuancro than ilenert their pout.
in couNuquunco or thu fact Hint
ling of trucu nro Ignored, number or
tho JupnuoNo dead which have boon
lying on the hIopoh or tho hill of tho
northeast ilefeimea for week pat are
allll uuburlell, and thu atunch In Port
Arthur rrom decomiwalng bodloa when
tho wind I In tho right direction I
Thu ltulau aoldlor, who nro In
aomo cae potwi within 600 pace
from houpa or decaying dead, havo
cuntantly to wear their handker
chief aoaked In camphor, aa other
wmo they would bo uunblo to remain
at their poata.
AIRSHIPS ARD rXW.
No Successful I'llutit Has Yet Uceu
Made at St. Louis.
Kt. Umla, Sept. 21, An tho closed
season for airship lllgbts In tho grand
iNzo matchos at tho Worlds Fair op-
roachea tho qucatlon of extending
he tlino and otherwise modifying tho
rule governing tho contest la being
.-oualdered by tho aeronautic commit-
Tho time limit act by tho rules, bo-
oro which tho contcatants for tho
krniid prize woro to havo began their
rial Mights, Is tioptombcr 30. As this
to only li days away nnd nono of tho
ontoatunts ns yet has inado a stio
ensful lllght and no dellnlto datos
avo boon set ror ruturo trlnl lllghts,
he quoatlon of extending tho time for
iu contests rather than havo thorn go
y default Is receiving tho aorlou con
lilerallou or tho expoiltlon author!-
At present there nro only threo
erouauta In tho city who havo enter-
i d tho match ror tho grand prize.
F 'hey nro: T. C. Hotibow, of Montana;
; -aptaln llnldwln, of San Francisco,
I ml Francla Contour, n French neron
ut, who arrived In St. l)ula 8ntur
,ay. Of tho thrco, Ilonbow Is tho only
ono who has made a trial flight. At
tho time ho essayed officially his air
ship was not froo or tho ground, being
hold cnptlvo by a ropo rrom tho
ground, nnd ho, of course, did not
Captain llnldwln Is tho only ono of
tho thrco who Is known positively to
havo qunllfied for an entry In tho con
tbst ror tho grand prize.
Trophies of Japanese Victor.
Toklo, 8opt. 21. Marqula Oyamn,
Commntulor-tn-Chlof or the Japanose
forces In tho Hold, reports that thu
armies undor General Kurokl nml
Nodzu mndo no prisoners In tho fight
ing boforo Llao Ynng. Oenoral Kuro
kl captured 40 horses, 800 rillos, 300
round or nrtlllery nnd COO.OOO round
or rlllo ninmunltlon, tologrnph appar
atus nnd various miscellaneous Im
plements. Genornl Nodzu eantured
400 rlftos, 1000 rounds of artillery and
37,800 rounds or rlllo ammunition,
inroo heliographs, tolophonoa. tools.
nnd largo qunntltlea or foodstuffs nnd
timber, Genornl Oku captured enough
timber to construct railroad depots.
Ice Shut Out Relief rorcc.
Trotn80o, Norway, Sept. 21, U. 8.
Champ, secretary to William Zolgler,
nnd who Is In charge of tho relief ex
pedition sent to search for tho Arctic
oxplorntlon steamer America, arrived
horo this afternoon nt 1 o'clock on
bonrd tho Btonmor Frlthjof. The
Frlthjof ronchod Intltudo 79:10 north.
Mr. Chnmp In a stntomont given out
horo Buys: "I regret to Toport my
rnlluro to ronch Franz Josef Land.
Tho Ico conditions wore Insurmount
able nnd tho nppronchlng wlntor nnd
tho honvy frost compollod ub to aban
don furthor effort to got north."
Asuncion Is Cut Off.
mionoa Ayroa, 8epL 21. According
to dispatches received hero, tho rev
olutionists of Pnrngnny nro concon
trntlng tholr land forces at towns nnr
nllel with tho railway nnd have cut
off supplies and communication with
kVcwsy Hems Gathered from All
Paris of Hie World.
IDP INTEREST TO OUR READERS
jcncral Review of Important Happen.
pcnlo.i Prc.icntcil In a Drlcf ond
imlor a ban.
Tim Jnpaneie continue to movo to-
Tlio fralornstle of America will meet
In I'ortlaml in 1000.
New Yoi is experiencing Hie coldest
September In .'14 year
Chief Joseph, the famous Set Perec
Indian warrior, I dead.
The Sovereign gisnil lode of Hie Odd
Fellows will meet in Philadelphia next
The Ilusinu Vliutivotilok cruisers are
ioo txl to have put to sea to prey up
lly Hie collapao of a pier of a steel
bridge nt Vinltn, I. T., threo men were
killed nml 20 injuerd.
A fire which broke out In Boston at
nn early morning hour trapped (even
men who were unable to escape.
The Hoc It Island railroad has laid off
ninily -',000 ol the men in Knnr.au
shop in order to i educe expenses.
A revised list of the Hutsinn casual-
ill - ' -- v
and Itiu UHiii's mo uio kunuoinni touit
under the provilnna of tho now law,
but it seems piobnbe that tho law can
not bo followed out as it now stands.
The czar has decided to form a second
Many of Poit Arthur's guns are said
to bo worn out from incessant firing.
Flour on tho steamers Arabia and
Calchas, which was confiscated, will be
Ilussian reconnoi-ance neat Mukden
are causing heavy fighting with many
Ilussta lias informed America that
foodstuffs aro exempt from thu contra
Uelgrdo is filled with visitors to wit
ness tho coronation of King Peter, but
little cuthualatin is displayed.
Itsusinns attempted to take a fort nt
Port Arthur which they had recently
lost, but wcro rcputccd with heavy cas
ualties. Tho Bovoieign Grand lodge of Odd
follows is In session at Ban Francisco.
A wnrm contest Is promised for sov
ereign grand master.
Tho steamer Northland, bound from
I'ortlaml to ban 1'ctlio, lnl with a
cargo of lumber, went ashoru on the
rocks near Monterey. Tho vessel will
Tho work o( dismantling tho Lena is
in charge of an American gunner.
Tho Russian troops aro changing
their clothing for tho winter campaign.
Tho tear is expressed by Rursin that
China 1b secretly negotiating with
Tho old Iroquois tbeator has been ro
built and the building inspectoi has
approved its license.
Russia insists that horses and other
beasts of burden remain in tho category
of absoluto contraband.
United Blatos war ships aro practirt
ing shooting at night. Tho Kueso-Jap-aneso
war has led to this.
Iho Canadian government offora a
revatd of $5,000 for tho capture of the
Canadian Pacific train robbers.
Major General Sumner, commanding
tho Bouthorn division, recommends the
abandonment of several military posts
In Toxob and Colorado which wero re
garded of the utmost importance in the
edd days of Indian warfare.
CLASH IN PANAMA.
Officials Cannot Agree as to Their
Washington Bcpt. 20. The Times
tonight prints tho following:
"riierolmvu arisen rcrlotis nituun
ilerstnndlnK Ixitwcen John Ilnrrott
American minister at Panama, nnd tho
isthmian commission. Admiral Walk
or, head of the Isthmian canal commis
sion, prefers to deal with questions that
have arisen between this government
and Panama in his own way, desiring
not to 'waste lime' with diplomacy.
"Minister John Uairett holds that
there are questions bearing on relations
between tho cansl zone government
and the government of tho republic of
Panama that should bo submitted to
"The pinch liBscomo in deteimining
whoso authority shall be uppermost In
settling a number of questions which
might as readily come under Governor
Davis' Jurisdiction as undor that of
Minister Ilarrett. Bo serious has tho
differences between tho Panama olllcials
become that Minister John Ilarrett has
decided to come to Washington person
ally to present his .case to the presi
dent." This story cannot bo confirmed, but
probably grows out of tho fsct that
Minister Itarrett Is soon to return homo
on leave of abscntewhSch the president
promised he should have this fall.
TRAIN IN A WRECK.
Chicago Passenger Train Plied Up
at a Crossing.
Cibcago, Sept. 20. A
rain on the Lake Shore &
louthcrn road was wrecked this after-
oon at the crossing of the tracks at
toot stieet. Accounts of tho cause
iffer, sorao of the railroad people al
leging that the train ran into an open
witch and others sayng the locomotive
limped tho track because of a broken
ange. Twelve persons were injured
ind some of them may die.
The train was going at a high rate of
peed to make up lost time. The
arks aro elevated, nnd the accident
appened Just before the train reached
ic viaduct over Root street. The en
ino plunged to the far side of the via
uct, where a rail torn from its fasten
igs rose up on end and transfixed the
Kir of the engine c-,b and the lore part
f tho baggage car. It heid tho wreck
io so firmly that several hours' work
ilb coldchieels was necessary before
te baggagfl car could bo removed. The
bur cars behind the baggage car wero
tiled in a heap at tho north end of the
laduct, and all of them badly
mashed. An overturned stove in the
ear car set fire to the wreckage, but it
was extinguished by the fire depart
ment before it had gained much head
way. OREGON GETS PRIZE.
Shorthorn Cow Plrst In the
Class at St. Louis.
St. Louis, Sept. 20. Orange
som, of Fairview, a red beauty
shorthorn :ow, splendidly typical of
the breed belonging tc the Ladd estate,
of Portland, Or., has won first award
in the class for aged cows, the feature
event of the world's fair cattle show.
' Roberta, belonging to tho herd of the
Tobo Land A Cattle company, of Clin
ton, Mo., beaten but once since she
waB a yearling, and winner at tho last
international nt Chicago, who was
thought to have a mortgage on this
event, nas unable to compete on ac
count ot calving a beautiful whito helf
ei shortly before tho event was called.
Cholco Goods, which won tho fin t
event for aged mills in the shorthorn
class, Is the sire of the little white heif
er that is valued by its owners at $1,
000. Roberta and Choice Gooi are
two of tho tiio of shorthorns fcr which,
along with Cicely, the Tobo Laud &
Cattle company is said to have paid
tho Ludd estate $16,000.
Japanese arc Advancing.
Mukden, Sept. 20. The Japanese
aro reported to bo advancing on both
Hanks from the east, southeast and
southwest. Tho outposts are closely
engaged 20 mites Boutherstward, there
being almost constant skirmishing.
Indications point to another great bat
tle in tho vicinity of Mukden. Rus
sian troops occupy all the surround
ing villages. Refugees are flocking in
to the city, Chinese among them com
plain of Boverlty on the part of the
Loubct Will Retire.
Paris, Sept. 20. President Loubot,
in tho course ot a speech to the provin
cial mayota today, said he looked for
ward with satisfaction to the seienltv
ot private life after thecloso of his
term. The statement is taken as a
definite statement of the president not
to seek a second term. His present
tern expires at the end of next year.