Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1905)
I A ,'i !
y ,11 . iu ... .
W It )V!Hlf. Jh.
l. C, HtMhNMANN
Cluerln & Stelnerilaiih
AUornoys mid Counsellor, nl Uv,
NO TA Id UK I'l'IIMC
I'rMtlCf III NUIe Mint I'rilrlkl CtmrU
NH ' OKIUldN
u. c; COE, M. D.
OI'IMCK OVIIIt HANK
Physician aiid Siirfecrfii
YMI.Itl'IIOKIC n. 3,1
DR. B, F. BUTLER
All Kinds of Denial Work Fair Trices
'tlllf Ih NHk HitlMlMK HKNII, (IKIIdON
fcMi HAI Mt'UHt
.1. l, Mcculloch,
Almtractcr mill Uxniiilncr of iltlcs.
I ,) khI f I iit AfUr
lot ! ini KtMdruli.
.1. Al. LAWRENCE,
U. . COMMIMIONUK.
KoUry Pulillc, Iimurauce. Township
11U for Upper Deacliut.t Valley.
MKMII. OH MOON.
MrTAKr IVHI.IC J NL'KAJC
A. H. GR.ANT
Liverpool, l.oiulon ft 1oIh nml
Uuiotslilro Wrc Insurance
II I' Nnumrkl I) chk h i:ii.m l
futility !) Ian
Drs. Belknap & Edwards,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
l Urf of WlnniV'i mc Mfr
sam s. Reynolds
BEND B A R B II R
N'cur tltc Nrnd krturtnt
Miss Grace Jones
teach en or
Voice & Piano
t nap mrf) '"' f'l''l lN I fuuu4
M W iwtkitmtr UN K'Mi Avttu' irtfc
Mr. SKNII. Up-m.
J. W. Bledsoe
MUCH. .... OKIIOON.
AM MfHr NMrtmt tt lMlele
Ilrttun 1'umHhf.l t Am Tim.
Crook County Realty Co
Real listalo Bought and Sold.
Life mid Atcfdcnt
11 ICk IM Wll.ftl" I" H '' M.MM."
O. V. llfeLMS
Wntchcs and Jewelry Repaired
Iffer Ih l.miiglni llmur. Hlil
TRIIM.ETT BROS. ,
Mr Shop & ttathi
Best of iiecoimuotlntioii.i ami
work promptly done
WAI.I.W. 'Hni, kkon
C. N. SMITH
Graining, Hnnnicljng and Interior
Hhop in irr uf lilr.lwif Htry
. ., ...-
11. .ti.i. n,t tniB rttld PiioclflcrtllonB
"V"n Made ,U I
m 1 uv.u'..v. 4
Ilefore piirclinsinn elsewhere Ret our prices oii
SIJKF.K mid HtJIMJUKS' lIAKlJWAKKnml MA
TlvRIAI.S. We entry a complete Hue of Kanjcfs,
Cooking ami Heating Stoves, Window nnd
Doors. Gloss, I'alilts and Oils,
Ruberoid Roofing, Build
ing Paper, Tarred Felt:
we Offer Overcoat, Hut, Cbjw, Hoots, nnd Shopi
German .Socks and Rubber Footwear, Ovcrnllii,
J iitujHfr, etc.
OUk. GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Is full of new, bright, fresh good, lwtli staple and
fancy, mid prices as low ik elwwhere, qimlity
We arc ajeuts for the John Deere Hue of Wagon
and Agricultural Implements.
The Bend Mercantile Co.,
The uudhrMucd .lias begun the manufacture of
brick for the IJend Mnrkct mid will have
First-Class Building Brick For Salo
about April 10th.
Leave Orders at Office of The
The Deschutes Telephorte
'rclcjjrams Porwnrdcd to
any part of Jho World.
and all Pacific Const cities
Public PAY Station
Dend - Oregon
Tllli DtSCIIUTliS TELEI'IIONE'CO.
in pilot nurru iuvi!wi-
MUNI' CO.'S of (Ice buljairtg at
Cor. Wall and Ohio Sii
APPLY AT COAPANVS OPFICH
Barley for Sale.
Fine seed barley, ilso
barley chop. '.Inquire. jof
John Elder or W. B. Wil
'l ti n'ttd'1 kotouw (hlwnys clcun
IMND, dkl'bON, FRIDAY, MAR. 10, 1905.
. v w y
Mot flulfc Development Co.
who enjoy goa4
toffee. It is coffee
fco)d in , mil, & lb. roma-t!ght
lini by liigh gride grocen,
j, A folgeI cn cd;
IOR sAtK AT
TiTi ine ?U& Stori
HUNDREDS AT WORK
All Forces Now on Central
MOVING TOWARD RlVfife UHD
Water Turned Into tlicJjjnJMicd Pi
lot llutte CniiaN-llnrdcnlnz
About 400 men ,nnd 250 teams
are now at work on the Central Or
egon cnual of the J). J. K: P. Co.
The caiiiiw are strewn along the ca
nal line to a point about a doxcu
miles east of Jieucl. Plume work is
susjieuded because of lack of lum
ber, but the rock work and excava
tion of earth for the canal is crowd
ed forward with energy. The plans
contemplate delivery of water into
the old river bed early in May, af
ter which time the construction
forces will go at the system of lat
Wntur. was turned into the Pilot
llutte canal last Sunday nnd it is
now down about m miles. Hut
small volume was turned in at first,
in order that the soft iauks might
get moistened and packed before
the strniu of a full channel is put
utKin them. Gradually the amount
of water is increased and its effect
on the cnual banks watched, and it
may be a week or two before the
full volume will be running. It
will be a much larger stream than
ran last .yean
A siakt bole has been found on
the Central Oregon cattal a short
distance below the flume. At first
the water thus lost came out into
the Pilot llutte canal, the altitude
of which is considerably lower.
There have been several attempts
to fill the hole with rock and earth
but it has not yet been made water
tii'.ht. The frost line prevented
proper reinforcement of the bank.
Now that the frost has gone the
leak will soon be Mopped. Several
other small leaks have been found
but thev will be easilv stormed.
Last spring there was a big drop
in the Pilot llutte cnual not far
from the present leak in the Cen
tral Oregon, and large pine trees
and stumps were washed out in an
hour. That was temporarily flum
cd and now the canal bottom there
is as tight as if umdeof cement.
The problem of getting water
out to the construction forces is one
that prove) riot to' be easily solved,
in vievv'of the delay on the flume.
Kighteeu tenuis are regularly em
ployed itight and day hauling
water to the camps. For this rea
son the flume will be pushed" to
completion soon as the lumber is
available, so the water may le led
out iu the canal near the camps.
The projected big canal from the
head of Dculiam falls to wnter laud
beyond Powell Huttes is resting
until the government shall act up
on the company's segregation in
that region. That is not expected
for some time yet.
Till: WATER WORKS PLANT
Materials Ordered and Construction
Will Soon Begin.
About three miles of main pipe
for the llend water works system
were ordered some time ago and
the pipe is now being manufactured.
These pics are to be of staves wound
with wire. Staves for a 30,000
gallon storage tank are also bought.
A Phillips double acting ran
with capacity for pumping about
30, 000 gallons a day has nlso been
The necessary T's, valves and
connections are included iu the
order uov being filled and all will
be ready for rapid work on the
ground when the matermlfi arrive.
The plan for the Water work
contemplates taking water in an
open ditch from the-lUot llutte
canal and using it in a ram at the
river near the old snw Inill site.
The water iu the service mains
ilii be taken from , the river
there, not from the., ditch. Uven
tunlly it is 'expected the town
will get its SUbplX frdm tne 'rr'"
gatiou flume", btlt pyWle the irriga
tion Vltlnt isr ill prdcrcss of coA
stritction'indfe'QV le& interference
lviU thnt'chajinpl is expected, ; kind
It js deenu1'U;be.3.t) to provide other
wise Yor tetnporAry service; i
The Vatet.oonVpany Will prepare
tfoV;fireyplufcso- Wall street at the
comer of NeyaUa, Minnesota ami
Ohio, add oil Hdlld Street at the
corner of Oregon and Ohio. There
will be a mruii, oil Wall and Hond
between j Nevada and Ohio, out
Greenwood avenue to Thirteenth,
out Oregon- street and Iron wood
avenue to Thirteenth, on Tenth te-
tween Ironwodu aim oreenwooo
avenues and out Hawthorn avenue
to Thirteenth. Kast of Tenth
street the mains will be 6-inch pipe.
west of Tenth tucy will be 4-incli
pipe. Prom the reservoir to Ore
gon street the main will k of 8-
uch pipe. Dead cuds will be con
ncctcd with small pipes so as to
fVew Station on the Desert.
A. C. Lucas and George Hobbs
are building a feed station on the
Priucvillc rood about n mile cast of
the Uussctt place. The first load
of lumber for building went out to
day. Others will follow imme
diately and a carpenter will begin
work at once. A big water tank
will be erected, lo be supplied from
the Vandevert spring a mile and a
half away. There will be stables and
feed for animals and sleeping and
eating accomodations (or travelers
About 50 tons of hay have been
secured. Two new milch cows
and some hens will vt taken there
George Hobbs, who is a good
cook, will have immediate charge
of the station, which will tc upon
his Homestead where the present
stage rond crossed it. It is exact
ed that travelers may be accommo
dated there by March 15. It may
also be made a stage station, the
present drive of 30 miles being too
fingers Trimmed by Saw.
J. S. Iiaker, son-in-law of G. W.
Wimer, was working iu the High
tower & Smith sawmill at Turoalo.
last Friday when his left hand was
caught by the edger and the ends of
three fingers and the thumb were
trimmed off. Mr. Hightower
brought the young man to Bend
and Dr. Coe dressed the wound
Nearly half of each digit is lost
The little finger was unharmed.
. "All Over."
Hereafter we will have our repre
sentative visit- each canal camp
daily to solicit orders and deliver
goods. Our spring stock is now
arriving and will, soon be the larg
est and most complete in Central
Oregon, enabling us to suit all,
cither iu quality or price. Any
order placed with us will be filled
at exactly the same price as if pur
chased over the counter small or
ders will have the same careful
attention as large ones. We want
your orders, no matter how small
This Hknd Mhkcantjuc Co
Swailcy Ditch Election.
The annual meeting of the Des
chutes Reclamation & Irrigation
Company (Swailcy ditch) was held
iu Prineville last Saturday. Frank
Glass, William Hirdsong and C.
Swallcv were chosen directors. Mr.
Glass was re-elected president of
the corporation, William Johnson
was chosen secretary ami treasurer
and C. H. Swalley superintendent.
It was agreed ihat an so-rod Hume
should be built across a depression
near borked Horn butte, about
eight miles below the head works,
nnd there will be considerable ex
tension oft the canal during the
, , v Cougars Numerous.
If. W. Morrill and J. K. Meeker
were driving over to .MceKers
claim toward Sisters the other day
Uud when on the hill a mile beyond
the Tuinalo found a big cougar
crouching by the side of the road.
They had a gun iu the wagon but
before it could be unlimbcred for
actiou the beast had. crept out of
reach. They fpliowed him hall a
mile but could, )t6t getn shot. This
is the fifth 'author' seen in that vi
cinity recently; ' W."P. Vandevert,
Will Uroqkt and two Indians each
gut one and at least this one is still
Notlco to tit YMUllc.
jjtr 'ii 'i
iutct;uonts qf . deceased persons
jca,r Bend have Jbcen made on pri
vate laud owjtcduy the undersign
ed. 1 do hot wish h cemetery locat
ed there and, .lus is to give twtice
that no fdrll
rUter Mlrials Vfrill bfpcr
re. ltt fcTTKNH
13 on A New basis
Organization of end Li
bra ry Association.
STATBD memuership fees
Board of Trustees to Manage Affairs
of the InstltutloM'-Ttie present
A score of people interested 111
die Bend reading room attended
the meeting Wednesday evening
for permanent organization. P. I..
Tompkins was chairman and J. II.
Ovcrtuf secretary. There was .t
full and free discussion of the pro
posed Organization. It was finally
voted to organize a voluntary as
sociatiou to be known as the Bend
Library Association, which should
have a board of five trustees to con
duct it affairs and be patterned
after the style of a legal corpora
tion, subscribers being stockholders
and the trustees choosing the exe
cutivc officers of the association.
L. D. Wiest, Mrs. E. F. Batten
and J. M. Lawrence were appointed
t committee to nominate the five
trustees. They could not agree on
five, so reported eight. The sclcr -tion
of the five was then left to
ballot of the subscribers present,
which resulted in favor of the fol
lowing: J. H. Ovcrturf, Mrs. E. F. Bat
ten, Mrs. J. F. Circle, J. M. Law
rencc and P. L. Tompkins.
It was decided that the library
yoar should begin July 1 and that
membership fee should be $2 a
year, with proportionate reduction
by quarters for memberships be
The trustees arc to prtsent by -laws
and a definite scheme of oper
ation at a meeting of all the mem
bers to be held next Wednesday
night at the reading room.
The report of the treasurer
showed $98.36 to have been collect
ed from subscriptions, $34.55 net
from the Prineville theatrical per
formance, and S5.65 from fines for
magazines kept over time. Ex
penses included .$71.87 for mag
iiziues and 70 1 cents for a rubber
stamp, leaving a cash balance 01
$60.24 in the treasury. Besides
this Mr. Ovcrtnrf has $16 of rent
paid for cabin turned over to the
club by the Pilot Butte company ,
from which some deduction is to be
made lor expense incurred in fitting
up the new quarters.
Reward for Horses.
I will give a reward of $10 each
for the return to me of a dark bav
mare, with star in forehead, an'
black gelding with white speck
both branded with A K connected
with bar underneath, on left stifiV
Tlic mare has a stone bruise on tV
right hind leg. Adam Kotzman,
. Pilot IJutte Allll to Resume.
The sawmill of the Pilot ButU'
Development Co. will resume ope--ations
Monday morning with a
force of is men after havincrbeci
closed dowu since about January
During the time the saws hav"
heen idle a new engine and bode
and other machinery has been in
stalled, which will double the out
put of the mills. Heretofore tl:
daily runs produced from 15,000 to
20,000 feet of lumber, while th
present equipment will make the
daily output between 35.000 an I
Farquhar McRae, who has for
some time been Prineville's best
lmrber, has come over to Bend and
taken a position in Triplett's shop.
R. 11. Mutzig has bought of N.
P. Weider the north half of lot 2 iu
block to, where the old Bend Fur
niture Company was located. He
may move the present building
back on the lot nml erect a more
substantial structure in front.
Upon receipt of the resignation
of W. H. Staats as postmaster at
Deschutes-ithe deoartment instruct
ed that nattce should be posted to
see if ''ijomg one else would not ap
ply 1 for 'tlw. position rather than
have the Cflice closed. Thereupon
J. M, Hodou applied for the ofhee,
Ills application golug forward to
day. , Wall Paper
tf we haven't what; sttifeV your
faucy, wlll.prtmuVe VStm bfcWwrt;
u'oti Merrill Drug Cotpn