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THE BEND BULLETIN.
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MUNI), OKKOON, FRIDAY, jtTLY 14, 05.
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U. C. COE, M. D.
OI'I'ICK OVItU HANK
physician a ml Surgeon
TJCI.ltl'IIONIC NO. at
KHAL IMTAtK ftOlMlir
j. l. Mcculloch,
Abntrnctornnd llxnmlncrof Titian.
I.illil Hint Taim t.unkril Afltr
A. M. LAWRENCE,
II. H. COMMIHMIONItU.
Nolnry Public, lumiruiicc, Township
Pints for Upper IJunclititus Valley.
NOTAHV I'UIII.IC INMUHAKCIt
A. H. GRANT
Liverpool, I.0111I011 A (llolttf, tinil
Lmicnshlrc Plre Insurance
II I' IIII.KHArM It ClUO M I'l.H Hl l. I),
I xdily l'liyKian.
Drs. Belknap & Edwards,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGIONS. .
PRINHVILLIi - - OUHOON.
OffKt t Hear of WlntirW. Drug Mewr
Miss Grace Jones
Voice & Piano
I nil iMiljr for pubtlt ami Mil Ik- fwitHl
t Hf le.liMT tiN Km Af iiw ml Irth
Mlrrl. IIIINII, ON.
J. W. Bledsoe
IlltSIl, .... OKItOOM.
All Nrllrt riwMftl 1 I)u.lkte
I'ldurr t'urulthnl M Any Time.
Crook County Really Co
Real Estate Bought aud Sold.
Llfo and Accident
omcr in ii'iinn mn.mmi lni, tMiii
Barber Shop & Baths
Itcst of accommodations mid
work promptly done
WAI.I. HT. HKND, OKltC.ON
Hl"v rp r- SIM. C. A. MclXm'Klt.
J 1 tl L, l-r-ftlclor
Tali.-s .iihI Rooms always elenn
and well supplicd-Kates reasonable
Mm I'v A Hrrui. I'tuji
First Class Service at
BUY A MEAL TICKET
ALSO lll!AI)QUAKTI2KS FOR Till
AT Till! LOWEST PRIC1I.
lilb Dry Oranti- (M flA
I'll). Can Hvavr- in
ated Cream IV
50 lbs. Priucville
t (;al. can Royal
Wfi DliPY COMI'I-TITION.
Bend Mercantile Co.
The Lewis Brick Co.
now has brick for sale '
at tho Barney Lewis
homestead, two miles :
from Bend on tho Sis-
ters road. Deliveries
will bo made on 24
Because wo are selling tho samo and butter
quality at a closer margin is a very &ood
reason why you will find our store the
bcsL placo to buy anything in the lino of
Groceries, Drygoods, Furnish
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and Oils
TEe PINE TREE STORE
IJ. A. SATIimt, lROIRIUTOR
PILOT BUTTE INN
DAN R. SMITH, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all the delicacies of the season
All stages stop nt
UOUflMT AND SOLD. Special attention to
the gathering of bunches , of claims for In
vestors. IF YOU WAftT TO SHU
Sr- rr A JK C ' ',u hv fw neltcl tiomtiUnU for wilt.
t. C-. I VI I -- AWoilrolcil llmbrrlamli In futility to ult.
Woven Wire Fence arid
( Builders' Material,
Doors and Windows,
Paints aud Oils,
1 gal can To- d? A A
1 mnto Catsup j sj
, 3 gal. keg I T C
Hill's Pickles I. JO
2 cans gr
a cans r r-
Should be left with
J. H. OVERTURF
TIlP I PWIC RnVt Ch
l ,IL lyib DI1CK tU
I'iuc Rooms aud Hcds
the hotel door
, I", ZZ
IS IT JAMES J. HILL?
The Power Behind the Du
COMINfl TtlROUQl! TO BfiND
After the Lumber Traffic And Will
be In Condition to Carry It
to the llant.
President Ifeimrich, of the Great
Sbtiticru railroad, now nearly com
plullt IwtwRcli The Dalles aud Du
fifr, told a Uiillutiu fllan last week
tlfat hl tvans contemplateil hitild
iK to Ijeud ai tnnt, with proba
bility of a co;ijunifliice .vitithwnrd.
He mid the ItunW trafhc was the
chief object, of hi rrjad. Ie was
nuMieii uic joj-a frame wouia jwy
oeratiiig expcus from the sturt
aud he had , serene faith that the
development of the. country would
briiiR plenty of traffic and profit to
his rond eventually. ., .
Mr. Heimrich lays great stress
on his connection with the Colum
bia river which would fcivc his road
indeiXMident entrance to Portland.
"Hut the lumber traffic you arc
'after will o I.tst. not to Portland.
How will you get the lumber Kast?"
was asked him.
"Well, we'll have a means of
getting Ivoht ,when we are able to
jcet lumber to the Columbia," he
"That neans a bridge across the
river to anpthcr transcontinental line
for otherwise you could not com
pete with the Columbia Southern
in that tmffic," was suggested.
"We are not worrying at all
about that. We shall have an
eastern outlet when we are ready
The rolling stock of the new
road, which recently arrived at
The Dalles, is new and modem.
The O. R. & N. tried to sell some
equipment to the Great Southern
but the new hue would not look at
second hand engines. A locomo
tive engineer who examined that
rolling Mock last week tells The
"If that equipment didn't come
from the Great Xotthcrn shops I
don't know anything about such
matters. It is certainly Great
Northern and I think tlie Great
Southtrn is a Jim Hill enter
prise. -Those drygoods men who
arc nominally building the new
road are not in the enterprise on
their own account Mark my
word, it's Jim Hill."
"Somebody is right now buying
right of way down the north bank
of the Columbia I have n ranch
there myself and have been ap
proached for right of way across it.
One of my neighbors this week sold
right of way across his farm for
$1,000 and got the money, top. A
number of others have made .similar
arrangements lately. I tell, you
Jim Hill means to come down the
Columbia river with the Northern
Pacific and he means to get into
Great Southern railway engineers
will soon rcconuoiter the route, of
the line from Dufur to the Des
chutes river and up to Ikud.
Hear Scares Trout Creek.
They are suffering from a bear
story down at Trout creek that
makes all the stage drivers nervous
aud keeps the hay harvesters Irom
straying after dark. It runs to the
effect that two freighters on the
way over Irom Madras discovered
the beast resting in tho shade of n
juuipcr tiee. He was nearly starw
cd for water. However, when one
of the freighters stepped ou the
!ear he resented it. Hruiu rose to
the full height of six feet aud
smote the bold intruder .with a
smite that tore half his clothes off,
and threw him so feet. Then the
bear moved ou. The freighters en
couroged his progress by all pru
dent means, hoping to fetch ,up n
some quarter where a gun should
be available. After trailing the
nuimal four miles they left himrhi
a Trout creek alfalfa field and . re
turned to their teams, Tlie freight
ers said the bear was n, oOfpp,uutl
cinnamon with a vvxy,, bad (post?
tieu. At lust account tliq. settlers
were moving ttboiJoAttpio'ctlr)Q'k
ing for cannons nntl 'machfue gttna.
Milt Young is back from '&$
land, where ,he Ms been 'ranching
for the past raomh,
Don Ilea, general traffic manager,
and Dewey Tyler, the chauffeur, of
the auto tine, have gone to Port
land to get a hew Machine for the
V. M. T)1xlcll this week filed on
a timber claim in 20-13. He has
finished teaching at Paulina and
secured a school in Wasco caunty
for the coming year.
People nt Sisters and along tin
route want the mail line from lictu
10 Tuinalo extended through t(
Sisters and a petition for that serv
ice is ndw receiving signatures.
Philip Francis s.ays it is .thawing
out ot4 his lipmestfrid. He. left a
bucket of water out in the sun the
other day and when be went to get
it found the heat had melted tlie
solder aud let all the water run out.
Photographer Iilcdsoc came home
from l'rincville yesterday. He
has a contract for getting up a lot
of photographs of scenes in the
Deschutes country fo' the D. I. &
P. Co. to use in giving Iiomc.'eekcrs
an idea of this country.
On .the staire cominir in from
Shaniko tptlfiy jij nn,3-year-old boy
irum tunics, uregtui,. . uouim joi
I'ori ianuau. v-auiornia. jic car
ries a note telling where he is go
ing and enough money to pay his
way and is getting along comfort
The On-gonian and people of
Portland should not have waited
for Mr. Hnrriman aud the interests
back of hitntqopen up southeastern
Oregon, for the bneCt of Portland
Portland capital should, have looked
to the development of this country.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stiat. and
their sons, Sylvester n.nd .Prince,
left yesterday by team for the Will
amette valley, they will visit the
Lewis and Clar.k -fair, spend part of
the summer at Yaquina bay and
the boys expect to matriculate, at
Willamette University, at Saltm,
Water was forced up iuto the
water works reservoir this week
aud the Ijig tank is slowly .being
filled. Most of the k'a.ksjin mains
have swelled s.btt and the tank
must also be swelled so that it will
be absolutely tight,. There is a
fine pressure in the mains now and
a number of people arc enjoying
the novelty of lawn sprinkling.
It is reported that sliQcp ,herdcrs
who have been grazing their bands
in the neighborhood of Tumnlo
postoffice have done much damage
to irrigation ditches and crops and
set out fires that burned consider
able timber. Their, conduct has
made thetn.ivery unpopular there.
It is probable that criminal prosecution-will
be ma.de on. .the charge
of setting fire to the forest.
Tlie npw hojej of, J.. .C.Whitted
& Co. at Redmond,, ic ready lor
business. I). S. Cqpk & Co. are
about to erect an office at, the.. new
town, the Higbtower-Smith Co. are
alwut to build two- four-or-five-room
cottages for , rent, and a man
named Jackson, has bought a lot
there for the purpose of building a
hardware store upon it. A move
ment is ou foot for a county rood to
join the Priuevillc road beyond
Hayn's place and go through to
Cliue Falls. Redmond also expects
soon to have a postoflice
GOVERNOR OF OHIO COMING.
With Party to Evamlno Dead Helton
, , Governor Myron T. Herrick, of
Ohio, is ou his way with a party
thut will go hunting and fishing up
the Deschutes next week aud look
oyer .the llend region as a field for
iijvssiiuent. President T urtic y,
General Mntoaer Johnston and
Secretary Stanley', 6f ,Jre D. I. &
P. Co., will a'so be in the .party,
and other guests will be Dr. 1 V.
Rankin and W. F. Hurdell, capital
ists ot Columbus, utiiO. It i,s un
dersctyl tiese 119W 01fo people
Imve.ut IcASt a, l;jndly Interest in
the enterprise, of the D. I. 5; P. Co.
iithe. Deschutes country', and their
visit ibny result hi something m6re
than a,, mere pleasure trip. The
party pas engaged Charles Cottor
as guide and, canip director and
boats, arms and comniissary are in
readiness for the. excursion, which
will probably start from Bend next
BIG FLUME AUGUST 10
Workmen Now Tearing
Out Old Partition.
HOW THE WORK IS DONIi
Complete Aqueduct Will Deliver 6,r(f
Cubic Feet of Water livery
Second of Time.
The work of tearing out the old
wall of the Pilot liutte flume and
letting the water spread out over
the 16 feet width of the enlarged
structure is now well under way
The force of workmen is working
up from the lower end and ha4
about half a mile of the enlarged
flume entirely completed. The
whole will be completed b August
to if present plans work out.
Water is flowing in the original
flume to supply both canals the
Pilot Iluttc aud the Central Oregon.
Without disturbing that flow the
floor of the addition is laid and
carefully fitted, the last plank next
to the old flume not being laid, of
course. Then the water supply i
shut off at the -head wprks and the
wall of the original canal is, rippcil
out aud the rcmainirig plank of the
floor laid there and spiked down.,
When this is completed for a givcii
section the water is turned in at the
hcadworks again and the workmen
prepare atiother section for a simi
lar operation. Two cross boards
keep the water from backing tip
iuto the space where the workmen
arc employed. The current is so
swift that there is but little tend
ancy for, such backing up.
Of course, all the trestle and out
side wall of the enlargement was
built some time ago, leaving qrdv
the floor to be laid arid the dividing
wall to be taken out now.
The original channel has a cap
acity of about 3 cubic feet per
second. That was ample for the
Pilot B.utte canal. But it was dc
cided to modify the plans some
what, by which the Central Oregon
canal, previously planned to linye
a separate intake, was to be fed by
the Vilot Butte flume. This made
enlargement, of the flume necessary,
and .a io-foot addition is now being
built alongside the first flume. For
most of the distance this addition
is ou the river side of the origiual
structure, but it crosses over to the
other side for a short distance to
meet tbe engineering requirements.
The completed structure will de
liver about 600 cubic feet of water
per sfcjpnd into the twd tanals
which it will supply. The Pilot
Hulte .canal will take about 2 V
cubic feet aud the Central Oregon
about 400. The usual allowance
of water is one cubic foot per
second for each 160 acres of irri
gable land. So the 600 cubic feet
from the big flume would water
96,000 acres. As a matter of fact
it is expected to water only the
85,000 acres of the Drake segre
gation from this flume, less than
70 per cent of which land is tillable
This gives a oG.ooo-acre capacit
flume for watering less than 60,00c
acres of cultivable laud, leaving a
margin of safety of more than 50
Satisfactory progress is peine
made in the Central Oregon canal
work, though the force is not a
large as is desired. The wage paid
there is less than ou the Columbia
Southern ditch work and the result
is that workmen go to the better
paid forces when they can. Sever
al leaks have developed along the
fjentral Oregon work, where rock
was shattered by blasting, opening
crevices to subteranneau chambers.
These are generally stopped b
puddling and tamping.
SIsemorc vs llarshman.
John Sisemore has received notice
that his contest against the desert
laud entry of Temperance O.
Harslminn has been deciu&l in his
favor by the district land office.
which found there was jtoo much
timber upon it for a desert claim
and also that the expenditure to
ward its reclamation had liot been
up to the requirements of he law
The decision, however, does not
authorize the cancellation of the
Harsh man entry nntil it jniall Ix
approved by the jjeueral laYul office
at Washington and. an order issued
to that Effect to the district office
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