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BEND, OREGON, PKIDAY, JAN 20, 1905.
W. l. lllININ, JK. (I. C. Htl IMIItlANN
AllorucVf nnd Counsellors nt l,aw
ViacIIk III KUIc mitt I'nlnM CihhM
V. C. COE, M. D.
OI'l'ICK OVKH IIAXIC ' ' "
Physician and Surgeon
DR. B. F. BUTLER
All Kinds or Dculnl Work Fair Prices
KlfH ( lUlik IHlMlHf. IIKNI). OHIKIUK
MMI iwmtm iwHWlir
MWU AND II I
.1. L. AcCULLOCM,
Ahstractcrnnd lUamlncrcf titles,
t,niul otxl T l.oakftl Aflr
KINUVII.UI. . UHKOtiN
J, M. UWVRI3NCE,
V. H, C()MMIMOIONIIH.
Notary Public, Insurance, Townshi
1'lttt.s for UpjHsr Dem-hutes Valley
NuTAKV l'1'HI.IC INftVKANCI
A. H. GRANT
Att Aw '
Liverpool, London & (llobe, nm'
Lnuciiiiirc I'lrc liitsilrnncc
U V JKIKKAC M II CIA - KUMrmiMM I)
Drs. Belknap &. Edwards,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Offk at Kent uf U'lnntk'i lmc Meie
J, W. Bledsoe
tfV.SlX. .... OKItOOS
All Vfllf l'e (! itl lmitk
Itclmt HiiilOvl nt Atir Tlmr
Crook County Realty Co
Heal Estate Bought and Sold.
I.lfo nnd Accident
nrtKMlH l tit UK H'lUUNO KIXII. ril)
Graining, Enameling nnd Interim
hhop In irtr u( lilnlw'i gtllrty
Barber Shop & Baths
licit uf accommodations nnd
work promptly done.
WAM, ST. 1II5ND, OKItUON
F. A1ILO LOBDIHLL
Anil Scenic Artist. Advertising and
Vliutlo lloml HI lint to IIIkImx pliolu t;lltiy
Miss Grace Jones
Voice & Piano
I now rrmly fur itlla lunl mil I f..utit
I Mh.Tomi'KIN rolilrmr lll.NIi, Omi:
WEIDER & LOUDELL.
i:STIM.TI5S ON - APPLICATION
W11II Paper nt I'liitliiinl Prleoa
L. I). WIEST
Special qualifications for
Lnnd Surveying nnd Irri
llilllilliijf Plana ami Hiu'i'IUcnUdUM
Before purchasing elsewhere get our prices on
tfllELPund BUILDERS' HARDWARE and MA
TIBIALS. Wc carry it complete line of Ranges,
Cooking and Heating Stoves, Windows and
Doors, (Hans, Paints and Oils.
Ruberoid Roofing, Build
ing Paper, Tarred Felt.
we offer Overcoats, lint., Cnjw, Hoots, and Show,
German Sock and Rubber Footwear, Overalls,
OUR, GROCERY DEPARTMENT---
in full of nv. Iiriclit. frctili oods,lotli stHpIc and
fancy, and prievs ps low as olwwhere, quality
Wc ate iieutii (or the John Doero line of Wagons
and Agricultural Iiupluiuiit.
The Bend Mercantile Co.,
Bend, Oregon x
1 At Iknd,
npHB mill of the
1 Pilot Butte De
pany is prepared
to supply all kinds
of surfaced and
rough i , r , , . ,
Lumber and Shingles
at Kcasonnblo PricQs
Pilot Btitte Development
NEW HOME BAKERY
I InvitiK ''ccided to put in it first-clnss bakery, we
wilt lie ready for business nbout Jnu. 10. We will
then have our building and oven complete. Wjjl
deliver all bakery goods to nny part of the city or
pesclttitcs. Watch for the N12W MOAU3 UAKBKY
waon. A 'phone will be in the building, so call
us up nnd we will deliver your brend nnd pastry nt
your door, llnkory opposite Uaptist church on
south side of street. A. L. ST1JPHKNS, Prop.
GOOD FOR FARMING
Great Irrigation Promise
'in Bcntl Region.
JUOQAIBNT 01' AN (IXI'iIUT
llio Soil In easily Cultivated nnd
Very I'crtllo-Ati Ample Sup
ply of Water.
Some time ago an expert irriga
tion engineer, E. C. Kinney, was
employ! by the Deachutui Irriga
tion & Power Co. to examine this
field nnd rcxrt nn the work of
tlieooitiMniy, tint (piality of the
m, the water supply and the f;cu
era! aipect of the country. Mr
Johnston wanted the judgment of a
trained excrt to guide him in the
work of development under way
here. Mr. Kinney's conclusions
weru presented in the following
Mend, Oregon, Nov. lfith, ll0.
.1. 0. .lilnitin, Rt". Oencral Man
uttor lliwr Hlr: Itclturiiij; tovourin
milry nt t tli pruwint eoiHlhinn of
TliH IteM'luitHM Irrivatloti X I'ohm
CiiiiMiiy'it IkimIi uihI cimihIii, nltvr
eareful xaiiilnatlnii I HihI 11 very
lurye tract of UihI lying ui Im'ik'Ii
ihI lirimil vllr. r.ltli vitv moderate
lo-, nnuMlly v,e 'ImiII to tlm
et)' liitrilmtlnn of wmWt in the proci
01 irrigation. Tl ie imimI Im fortneil from
linintcMrHttxl Un, lt of rine t ox turn and
eMily itlltivulrtl. hih! in of the wtne
MfH-rMl nature of laittUiuC'olorMU(NeH
.Mux Iron in I Arixoim that liear ImineiiiM
rrtin, hIk-ii properly coltivwtod arxi
Irrwateil. It lm uvary appararKe of
Miik viry fertile hihI piolnetlre.
1 nmi an extciifMe aynU-in ot t-rl
IhhI out, ainl jwrtliilly (imctructi-l, and
u Urae fort- of im-ii nihI tt-anm hoh
viorklriK to conmlete the Uin. Tin-
I'Mimlx art laid nut luvordlnK to tlit
lateat tinu'tice of the Wt irrietitloii
ertdlneeri', ami hIihii computed will
"apply fitter in amjile quMtitily for tlu
IrrkHtlmi uftlie IhimIh in iiietlon.
'Viieauiunnt of nulur In tliu river by
iiMniKiircniunt U inunv tiinex mere than
oti Hill nel In iiceanal and thereforf
will lie atnjle,
Tlie eltiintion of your luiwl In the
nrar vicinity of tlm recit ruolllr i-oact
citiifiwill kivc you at all tfmwa an
abundant market, tliun making the
uliulefituatiun eitpecinlly valuaUlu ami
attractive to your company and to the
The ftlluatlftu In one of tliebaat I have
ptH-ii In travullnc through Muutaha,
VfiiniiiKi Colorado and Ariaona.
I Htm that your employee are active
and alert in their dutiu anil think that
you have an excellent orpiuiluitiwi.
cry iruiv yourf,
ft. C. K INN BY.
Mr. Kinney is a trained engineer
oflarc experience. He laid out
the city of Loraine, Ohio, and built
the system of docks there. Then
he was engineer of the Hannibsl &
Moberly railroad five years, chiet
engineer of the Des Moines &
Northern, two years and assistant
chief engineer of the Union Pacific
railroad several years. For 10
years past he Has been chief engi
neer of the West Gallatin Irrigation
Co. in Montmlu, and he has made
a close study of irrigation in all the
arid laud status.
K. i. Kinney, employed in the
cngiuver department of the D. I. &
P. Co., is it son of the Montana ir
aoT A PINE couaR.
I. Vundcvert's After Dinner Pas-
Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock
W. P. Vaudevert left town to look
up some of his cattle over on the
Tumalo. llefore 4 o'clock he re
turned with n big conger strapped
across his horse behind the saddle.
The carcass was still warm and
bleeding, Jt weighed over too
txninds aud measured 6 feet 9 incites
from tip to tip.
Vandevcrt hadcrossedthe Tumalo
aud turned down stream. Near
the W. P. Downing place he noticed
the fresh tracks of a panther. This
he followed nearly a mile when
Tony, his horse, saw the varmint
scudding along the hillside. Van
devcrt urged the horse along but the
snow was pretty deep there and the
crust sharp. The conger was gain
ing and Vaudevert brought his rifle
to bear nnd sent n bullet after the
beast. There was no response.
For a hundred yards the trail
showed no blood, but soon there
was plenty of it aud the cougar
made for shelter in n ledge of rock.
Vaudevert passed around below the
ledge nnd found the cougar, which
reared tip threateningly and then
sank out of sight, repeating the act
at short intervals. The hunter
raised his gun and as the varmint's
head came up above the rook let
drive. The bullet eutered its
mouth breaking n big tooth and
pawing through without inflicting
fatal tannage.' ' '
Then there" was a demonstration
'tt fury and it would' have gone
hard with any creature within
reach of the cougar. Then Van
levert got in another shot that
passed through the beast'" head and
ended the b.usinc5S. When he
wnt up to get the carcass he found
it gripping a rock like a vise. He
also found that the first shot had
pierced the panther at the root of
the tail and would soon have prov
wl fatal. Mr. Vandevort gave the
pelt, which was extra fine, to W
H. CUtcrin, jr.
The gun which slew this cougar
nas. uonc mucn execution among
the panthers and bears of Central
Oregon. Tile .stock is broken nnd
tied with an old cord. It lacks
many of the marks of a fashionable
Katning-piece but it has a great
recoru. some live years ago it
took part in a scene that closed the
cureerot oneof the most famous
grjz.lies of the Cascades, for whose
scalp there waa a standing reward
of $100. Vantfcvert got the rcwatcl
and the cattlemen were mightv
Kin I to pay it, for their losses by
this i,20o-pouu,d boar had been
many times that stitri. One of the
teeth of the old terror is a paper
weight on; The' Bulletin's "editora
desk and an object of much interest
On Monday Mr. Vandevcrt rai.
across a cougar's trail about i
miles cast of town but he hai
no time to tonowit. The satm
night Carman, the barber, swear'
he saw a cougar on, the rocks .
short distance from his house. V
was early in the evening' aud ir
bright moonlight. The Triplet?
boys went with hitn, afterwards u
look for the animal but could no'
find any traces of it.
LAND RESTORED TO. ENTRY.
Several Townships that Were
drawn South of Bead.
Tin; Dallks, Ork., Jan. 20.
The district land office has receiver
notico that the following tracts
.withdrawu (or forestry purpose
July 31, w3, will be restored tr
entry upon 90. days' advertisement:
All Tp. iSS, R ti E.
All 1,9-1 1.
All 19-12, except S4 Sec. 32.
All 19-14, except Sees. 30, 31, 32
and W 19. 1 '
Greater part of 'q and 19-13.
Fractional parts of 7-1,0, 18-10
20-I2, 20-13, 20-14 and Jj 20-J3
All 20-16 except Sees,. J9, 30, 31
K. 1-. Dayton drove in frtun Bhanlkt
a few tuyn nio, with three more load
of to,re piKlu. He is now in Ills new
.Mr Pfnklmin ami family arrived
home Saturday. Iiavinu snout tlm holl.
dnyKiit their old home near Condon
ArronKcin,eus nro belnu made to hold
the Sunday services in the hall, an tin
school house l hardlv lare inniiQh n,
aecouiiihjd.at.0 all who desire to attend
r.. ii. jatuui's noiuemud goods wen
UKht in from phaniko Saturday
Ills family arrived tnyeuks agp.
J. A, CarUou isnrtimtriiii'' to mova In
to town m soon as their house ean l
The hutchur shop was completed a
few days ago. .Mr, Clark has charge ol
Mr. Frauk.May having complet
ed and funiished his bachelor quar
ters, on Bottd and Ohio sreets, lost
Saturday evening gave a house
warming. The guests present
were Mrs. C. A. Jones. Mrs y.
Wilson, the Misses Marion Wiest,
Iva West, Ruth Reid, Florence Mc
Cann, Messrs C. P. Becker, J. H.
Overturf, C. E. Reed and Will
Wilson. Mrs. Jones acted as
canperon. The entertainment of
tne evening was a taffy pull, the
guests enjoying a very pleasant
Dr. B. F Butler, who was for a
number of years resident dentist at
Arlington, arrived in Bend Tuesday
aud has decided to take permanent
location here. He bus leased the
only remaining office in the bank
building and will be ready for bust
netss in a day or two. The Bulletin
has received n number of letters
from people who know Dr. Butler.
commending him highly as a citi
zen and for his professional skill.
The doctor's family is now' visiting
in Polk county but will soon join
Annua, meadow hay aud nil
Kiuus ot gram. Mutzig & Becker.
FOR, A NEW CITY JAIL
Contract Awarded to the
TO BE DONE IN TEN DAYS,
Two Franchise Ordinances nro Dcford
the Common Council
Last Tuesday night the city
council received the following bida
for building a city jail
lamed A. McCoy,
ID. M.'Kiry, - -
I.. II. McCann -riroterhona
A. A. Anthony,
U T. North.
V. II. Brock,
These bids were for a butlding 16
feet square built of dressed 2x43,
vith a coridor 6 feet wide in the
.'ront and the remainder of the"
.pace divided into two cells. It
.s to be located just ofT the town
plat, but within the corporate limit;
.1 short distance eastward from the
The matter of awarding the con
'ract was referred to a special com
mitee consisting of AJdcnncn! Mc?
Mdlian, Ked field and Ericksou.
I'll is committee awarded it to Bros
erhous Bros, on the bid of $292.32.
Contract was signed yesterday and
he jail Is to Tie completed by Jan
Two franchise ordinances were
ead and referred. One isfor the Bend
vVater, Light & Powr Co and the
tber for the Deschutes Telephone
Jo. Aldermen Shonqucst, Merrill
ndWest were appointed a com
nittec to draft and report rules for
The council adjourned till next
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing
inder the name and style of Fred
. Sboriquest & Co. is this day
tissolvcd by mutual consent, Fred
. Shonquest retiring; and the
emaining partners, Champ Smith
md Isom Cleek, assuming all debts
tnd collecting all biUs due the com
jany, as it has "heretofore existed.
Dated at Bend, Oregon, January
FRED A. SHONQUEST
A Farm Bargain.
Homestead of 160 acres, com
plete title, only three miles from
(lend, for sde by Ctook County
Reajty Qo., at much less than price
)f ditch laud.
Mill feed $2.75 per hundred at
Mutzig arid Becker's.
IN THE richest graiu,
fruit nnd stock section in
Htindrcds of thousands '
of acres of land ready for
COST QF RECLAMATION
From the State of Oregou
The cost of land averages
$10.00 per acre.
Irrigation Company under con-,
trol of the State Land
Board of Oregou
BESCUUTES IMPfiOYEMENT C0.
BEND, - OREGON