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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BUND, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1905.
U. C. COE, M. D.
OI'J'ICK OVHIt HANK
Physician and Surgeon
Tltl.KI'IIONIt NO. 31
KDAI, H4MTX tMll'llllr
J. L. AlcCULLOCII,
Alifltrnclur iiiul lixnmlncr of TIII011.
I,ml mil Tun I.wilnl AlUr
NOTAHY fllll.lC IN"KANCU
A. H. GRANT
Liverpool, London iSc ()lol)f, mid
l.iuicnslilrc I'lic lilstfntitcc
II. f lihliourM li HUD h I'tm'AMHiM I).
Drs. Belknap & Edwards,
PHYSICIANS AND SUKGLUNS.
PRINIIVILLI! - - ORIMON.
Ollitr l H'li of A unit,' Dime Muff
Miss Grace Jones
Voice & Piano
la hum n 1 ' 1 rtpll Mil run fbiinJ
I hr feafcleure .11 Kua Arnw and irth
Crook County Really Co
Heal L'slalc Bought and Sold.
I.lfo ntul Accident
orrKK IN k' lit UN MILIUM) WlWII. OSMON
, TRIPLET.' BROS.
Barber Shop & Baths
Best of iiccoiniiiodiitions and
work pruiuptly done
WALL T. HKN'D, OKHOON
pR i n e vTETle
Hj-v rjs r- Mm. C. A. MCltoWMt.
U I C L, Muff Iclor
Tnl i.'H ntul Rooms nhvny.s clean
mill well supplied-Ratcs reasonable
TImIm l-awl. Ad TjMiir i. !;.
NOTIl'K Vim IM'HIiU'ATION.
V. It Uwl oMfe. THe IMIaa. Ofei.
July 11. tys
.VMke K haretjy IH IImI Im cmhHWijmv with
IK HwWw .ifltar Ad at CuMgtt. ot Jrnw 1.
IM,rHlllrd. "An a. I tut the aateirf llmltef lM
KtlheaUtfWlallfcMHla. iihi!hi, NrrwU. ant
WWii,itoi rrttllwy." clcWfl t all the
MuKllc lal .Ulrt.y Art uf Augual 4. IM. tlir
IIHlMwIlitf naiiml tMMH lwe rii thla it.y filr.l
in ihlatriHcellirtr wracti aLlcMriiU, Iu-mII
WlltMktH cl. ClirMeuaeii.
Hf JcffriMtn. ruMHlyur MmtM. tleurHeitn.
mmm ulrHirnl So 4J. fM the MtlMcur
the 11 Mf( hIm ( l . Iim, r ie.
IMna I.. I'.irl.h.
flnrai. tammy uf MkiWh. tlri.fllieii,
mm 11 .Ulemrnl No j4, fur tlir ihikIuk l
llienw),' ufw jj. Ip . r lie, wm
JhH T Junea,
uf ltnViuM. cwiMly of MmIimi. .tote of Oregon,
awt.ru .lnlmifHt No 4j, fwr the mivlicof
llir .cf uf wfc i. Ii m , r 14 . w hi.
Tlwtllw)'llloirriiillciliow that (lit UinU
awtiilil me iiiftrvoluaHIr for tlir tlmtifr ur alour
tlHrlruii IImii for iIiUiiiI im 1 a, MI lo
raUUIIih llirlr dalwa t Mill UihI Ik I we the
ktlll.tn H4t Mevrlvrr, at The Mlla, Uir(un,
oti NmetMlwr la, r
Tliey MWf Mfllne II. A I'iMltf, of
Pihirlll, OrtKoii, Julm T June. ICtlii I. I'm
t4n.li, I. W I'atiWi ami Wllllani O Clillalriiaeii,
all Hrjrllnaoii, (Urgon
Any ai4 Jll etas etalinliiK aitveiaely any uf
tlieMIMVfUliilaate reillcltl (u file tliclr clalina
In tlila tttlinic 1111 ur Iwfwc the 1I illi' ilay uf
kt.njt MICIIAIII, T. MILAN, Hcul.tcr.
Timber Mini. Act June j, tn.
NOTICK KOR l'UUMCATION.
U. H. IjiikI Diner. Mkrvlew, tlreitoii,
rWptemlier l, lvJ.
Notice la hetcliy given tliat 111 compliance wltli
lite pTvla4tii4 nl I lie Act of CoiiK'ej' of June J,
IKH, eullllrili "An mt fur Itieaaleuf tliiilirtlaiiJa
In tlieaUleanfCiillfuriiU, Oirunu. Nevmla, and
Wnalilliktnii Teltllory," a ealciulrtl to nil Hi
iiiilillelmul alnlra liy Act uf Aiiiiutt 4. lltyl. tlir
lolliiwliii; peraoua have (llot In tlila olllcc tliclr
awuril atataiiienU. lo-wll-
Chatlea I) lliuwii,
if llcml, vuiinly ufl tool, Male of Diction, aworu
alntciiienl No, js, fur the iurilioe uflhc uc)(
ufarC4, Ipai ar 14 e, w 111.
Aiiuuatr II. Kalcheiict,
of nriiit, county ufCruul,aUlc of llrrKii,arotii
late incut Nu. j4, nir llir nurcliaae of I lie aci
ofrc4,lp Jl a, r I4e,w 111.
IMIay It. Ilruwn,
of lleuil, riitillly ofCrook.alnleofOreBnn.aworii
alntiuielil No. J'"''. Im the iiinhaae of the awi
olaccj. IHI. r 14 e, will.
Thut Ihey will odcr iiioofln linwthattlielaiul
ouglit la morel aluuhlc fur Ita tlmhcr ur atone
. ithnu for iigrlculturul iuiMiara, unil lo taliilill.il
tliclr cliiliu tu aulil U111I liefore J M. Lawrence
U. H. CoiumUaloucr, at hla olllceut llcml, Ore
tion, 011 Hiiliinlay the vth ilay of llccemhcr iv5
They name aa wltaeaaeai Wlllliiui IIuMwIii,
.AiiKiiate II. KalcUuet, Clurlca II, lltown. Unlay
It. Ilruwn unit Cliurlc McKluiioii, all or llemli
Any ami all iieraoua cUlmlng ailveraely the
iRlHiicxIciivrllietlliiiiilaurc reiiucateil In flic tliclr
.clalina In thla ulllcc 011 ur licfurc IJ ytU day
uf Dcixiulxir, lyo),
.aiynli J. N. -WATSON, KcgUtcr.
iQfficc rooniHrfor rout an Hie Pilot
Unite iWeuelopinent Co.'s ofllce
Ibuikliiig. jply at ttliie coiupuny's
(RemcuiUer iCUut thiu iqjTvw rtloes
DO YOUR TRADING WITH
Wo arc headquarters for the
Most Complete and Up-to-date Stock
IN CENTRAL OREGON
IfPf Ir Carload
m -w r
'arb wau Regan ita
J IDC Tho ost 2avanized wire on the
TT I K C . Coast. Will not rust,
Doors and Windows Paints and Oils
Prepared RoofingAbsolutely Fire-proof
and Cheaper than Shingles
Big Line of Plows & Harrows
Ffii trtra4 siftaw
GROCERIES AT COST
I for thirty days only 1
J Bend Mercantile Company
Because we are selling; the same and better
quality at a closer margin is a very good
reason why you will find our store the
best place to buy anything in the line of
Groceries, Drygoods, Furnish
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and Oils
IFe PINE TREE STORE
n. a. SATiimt, I'UOPKiirroR
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with all the delicacies of the season
First-class Kcptipmcnt Fine Rooms and Reds
All stages stop nt
Bend Livery &
J. FRANK STROUD, AtnnoRer
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
IIoksks UoAKDitn nv Tint Day, Whhk ok Month
First-Class Livery Rigs for Rent. 'Phone No. 15
lioutlalrcct, between Mluucaoia ami Oregon,
Bend-Silver Lake Stage
G. A. COOK, Proprietor
LBAVES BEND every evening hut Sunday on arriv
al of Priuevllle stage, runs through to Silver Iake in 20
LEAVES SILVER LAKE every morning except
Monday at 6 o'clock, arrives nt Bend 1 :o next morning.
Best of Acconirabdaiibris oh tlve Route.
lfnre Through, $jf.5o; round trip, t4. Forty pounds
of bagguge free express 3 cents it' pound.
nf sk rk c?4 j f
the hotel door
NEW RAILROAD MOVE
Activity Shown by the
Corvallis & Eastern.
AUST PROTECT ITS PIULD
A It. Hammond Mas Uccn to Sisters,
Curtis Is Now Here, Survey
ors arc at Work.
Now the Corvallis & Kastem is
beginning to take notice. A. 13.
Hammond, its owner, made a per
honal inspection of the route from
the present tennintu to Sisters a
few weeks ago, so quietly that none
of the newspajK.rs got hold of it.
T. II. Curtis, who has been prom
inently connected with the Ham
mond railway properties, has been
in and about Hcud nearly a week
taking careful note of nil conditions,
A party of engineers is now at
work on the line between Sisters
and Cash creek.
All this speaks of activity in the
line of extending the Corvallis &
PljnriON FOR LIQUOR LICHNSC
IX THK UH-NTV COVKT Or THK STATK OF
OKKIiOK KOK CKOOK COf.VTV.
In tlw tiiHttcr of the npnliciitioii of St-tri-t
DcIjiiik for a retail liquor Hcciiae
in Utkcliutea tireciiict, County of
Crook, State of Oregon.
To the Honorable County Court.
We. the uinlerwKiieil, lRl voters of
lk-M.)iute tireciiict. Crook county, Orc
Kon, reM.-ctfullv tietittoii the Honorable
County Court 01 Crook county, Oregon,
to i;rant u IIcciim: to Revert l)clin to
M.llrltuous malt or -inou iiquora or
fermented ciiler in leMi quantity than
one gallon, in the precinct of I)ecliutes,
county of Crook, state of Oregon, for
the term of mx mouths front the first
ilay of Novctulicr, I'JJ.
William II. I)avi. Oliver Thorbjonison
Win. llaMwtn TheotihikSt Michel
I-:. M. Cile W. 1. Vanilcvcrt
1'. II. Oile Win. H. Davis So. i
1'. H. Marion II. J. 11 rock
T. II. Lyons V. R. Rcimlorfcr
Win. I. Douiiiii l'rank Orcutt
A. W. I'ope J. H. Woo.1
P. I'. Wool Ole Kricksoti
Ktchnnl KiiiK Nitt Here
J. W. White lid. llrostcrhous
Chas. lildriilf-c William Orcutt
S. X. Scott C. I. Cottor
J. It. Miller llilii Howell
lilutcrXiiixvaiiKcr Joe lluchholr.
litiKcuc I.ueicr C. 1'. Ilcckcr
li. 1 Demi Dan Oreunltaluli
V. McRnc Oco. L. Simmons
l'red RanditU James Ilreen
C. II. Suallcy II. C. I.ov
I'.M). llitK- John W. Lauder
0. It. Hunter R. II. Gnrmau
John Wood 0. W. l'ickel
1. T. ltarrctt Rnhm Slwrp
R. II. l'lamlcr L. S. Sandy
Lafavctte Roe ltcrt Miller
Iwl. Nl. Swallcy J. M. l'atton
C. Johnson (,, A. Hoon
(?. W. Clark l'.utl Kraemer
Churle li. Reed Dan HeiMtiK
John Stcidl Oerhanl Horcn
1. A. Wator l'rank Hasl
ChiK. Ilrock Geo. Jardcl
Alfrtsl Unwell Harney Lewis
C. C. Triplett.
Xnticc is herehy Kivcn that the above
(K'tition will Ik: ji'rocuted to the Houor
ulile County Court of the atnteof Oregon
for Crook county, on the tut day of
Xovciulier, 1905, or in nooii thereafter as
the Mid Court can hear the same and 1
will then ntul there iuk that Mtch uetitiou
be k ranted and a licence be iMticd to the
Ntid Sccrt DeliiiiK to ell spirituou.
mult and vinous liquors and fermented
cider in lev quanttty thnu one gallon
nt the Precinct of lkchute in Crook
county, Oregon, for a term of six
Dated this 39 day of Sciitcmlicr, 1905.
PinUTION FOR LIQUOR LICI3NSG
IN THK COl'XTV COl'HT Ol' Tlllt STATU 01'
OKUC.ON I'OK CKOOK COf.VTV.
Ill the matter of the application of lf,
C. Rowlecfor a retail liquor license
in Montgomery precinct, County of
Crook, htiite of Oregon.
To the Honorable County Court:
We the undersigned, legal voters of
Montgomery iircctuct Xo. 4, Crook
county, Oregon, to grout n license to 1.
C. Rnwlee to hell spirituous, malt or
vinous liquors or fermented cider in Icmi
quantity than one gallon, in the precinct
of Montgomery No. j, Couniv of Crook,
State of Oregon, for the term of six
mouths from thufiot day of November,
0. M, Redfield C. A. Iloekwith
W. A. lleloher W. R. Uwmii
V. L. Kicker I). nrtcuhnlgh
L. C. Whitted II. Lancy
Lou A. Reed Stone Greeiilialgh
M. I. Roberts 1. A. Vosliern
I'ltos, C. Roberts Prank Heusiey
W. '.. Thoinnson John Grant
C, R. McLidliit John Johnson
R. 1). Immelc L. II. Haumer
Will Howell Abel Wolf
Xotice is herehy given that the ubove
petition will lie presented to the Honoo
able County Court of the state of Oregon,
for Crook county, on the ud day of
Xuvembcr, 1905, or us soon thereafter as
the said Court can hear the same, and I
wilt then mid there ask that such petition
be granted and u license be issued to the
said V, C, Rowlee to sell spirituous.
mnlt or vinous liquors or fermented
cider in less uuautitv than one cullon
at the Precinct of Montgomery, In Crook
county, Oregon, for n term of six
Dated this ist day of October, 1905,
l C, R0WI.KK,
nastcru through Jinstern Oregon, h
ana the cause is not lac to scck.
Mr. Hammond bought for $ico,
000 tiie old Oregon Pacific prop
erty, on which Colonel T. Kginton
Hogg had squandered batween
$13,000,000 and $15,000,000. But
even at the $100,000 valuation it is
not directly a paying property.
Nevertheless, Mr. Hammond liolds
it at about $i,ooo,oc-o. Of this,
nine-tenths lies in the strategic
position which it holds. It has a
fine start toward Central Oregon.
For this a $100,000 railroad is valued
Recent events north of the Col
umbia have totally changed the
northwestern railway situation. It
may be said now that the Columbia
Southern is wholly out of consider
ation for Central Oregon. Harri
man is moving over from liugenc
with a new organization and it Is
not unlikely that the Great South
ern, coming out of The Dalles, is
really a Hill road. With cither of
these lines in operation to Jiend the
strategic value of the Corvallis &
Iiastcrn is destroyed. Then it can
neither sell to another company nor
get into this field itself, except by
fighting its way in the face of
Whether it be Harriraan's motive
in moving across from Hugcne to
force Hammond's price down or
really to construct a new road, the
effect is the same on Hammond.
He must get busy or lose heavily.
He must commaud this field or his
railroad will go into the scrap heap
So long as others keep out Ham
mond can take it easy, serenely
confident that he can beat any
other line to Central Oregon when
ever it becomes necessary to act.
Out when others really threaten to
come in Hammond's case ceases.
The strategic value of his railroad
will be worthless wheu other lines
command this field.
Hammond can defy Harriman if
he chooses. He can haul Central
Oregon lumber and livestock down
to Yaquima bay and there load them
on ships for the California and
Mexican market and snap his
fingers in the face of the big trans
continentals. The probabilities are
that he will not stop at Bend, how
ever; that his road, when extension
is really started, will cross the state
and will have friendly connections.
It is not to be overlooked that
Yaquima bay is no mean harbor
and that as a shipping base it
might be made to serve the needs
of even a transcontinental railway
CROOK COUNTY'S EXHIBIT.
Cort Allen Couldn't Find It at the
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
C B. Allen and family, of The
Meadows, returned this week from
their trip to the Portland exposition
and through the Willamette valley.
Mr. Allen was a close observer of
the exposition and was much dis
appointed to find that Crook county
was so poorly represented there.
"Wliat became of that $5,000 we
were told the county court had ap
propriated to make a proper show.
tng at this fair?" asked Mr. Allen.
"We could have held our own with
any of 'em and it would have been
of the greatest advantage to us at
this time, wheu all eyes arc turned
on Central Oregon. I asked for the
Crook county exhibit, and what do
you suppose they told me?
" 'You've come to the wrong place
to see that,' they said. 'The Crook
county exhibit is down in the fed
eral court room.'
"It was pretty galling, but I had
to stand it.
"I find the people over the
mountains don't look upon these
laud fraud prosecutions as so many
do iu this county. All the way
from Lincoln county to Portland
and up the east side to the top of
the mountains the opinion prevails
that Crook county is a pretty law
less community anil must have
severe treatment. There is no idea
of persecution over there, their idea
is only for justice.
"Business is very dull everywhere
but iu Portland. The fair is a
credit to the state. Everybody
looks for beneficial results to the
rest of the state after the fair
The committee on permanent or
ganization receutly appointed for a
settlers' union or association has
called a meeting of charter mem
bers for 1 o'clock tomorrow after
noon at the B. M. Hall. The
charter members are those who
sign the roll now being circulated
among the settlers on "ditch"
lauds. The details of the commit
tee's report are not available before
it is preseutetf to this meeting,
BEETS STILL RICHER
Second Specimen From D,
I. & P. Farm.
REMARKABLE PURITY OF JUlca
18.7 PcrCcnt Sugar, Which Is Higher
Than In. Other Localities Where
Industry la Well established.
The- result of a second analysis
made of the sugar beets grown on
the D. I. & P. farm is even more'
gratifying thari the first which was
reported in The Bulletin two weeks
ago. TIi analyses of the two
samples taken respectively Sept. 6
and Sept. 22 arc as follows.
Sept 6, Sept. M,
tfydfic craritrof lke 117271 I 0I51
Sotklt Injutce -. 17.60 per cent - per cent
Sugar In lulce... ..-.iLtn 1870 "
rurtty of Juice.. .. y).9o " 9161
Professor A. L. Knisely, the
chemist of the Oregon Agricultural
Experiment station, comments as
"The samples seem in excellent
condition and very firm. The pur
ity and per cent of sugar in the
samples are very promising, as they
The yields and the quality of the
beets here arc all that could be de
sired and the results obtained are
far better than one could reasonably
expect on new land.
Eighteen and seven tenths per
cent sugar in juice and 91.6 per
cent purity is an excellent showing
for new land. In the Grand
Rondc valley the beets analyzed
15.6 per cent sugar and 84.6 per
cent purity the first year and this
has been said to be higher than
any first year elsewhere. The
standard of excellence in sugar
beets is a weight of 20 to 24 ounces,
a sugar percentage of 16 to 18 and
purity 85. A percentage of 18.7 is
lar above the average, the range
being from 10 to 21. The purity
per cent of 91.6 is extraordinarily
high, as the range is from 70 to!
The yield compares very favor
ably with the yields in some dis
tricts where the industry is estab
lished. In Union county we are
told they expect no more than 10
tons per acre this year. At Sugar
City, Colorado, the average of 140
beet growers is 1 1 tons. The aver
age of the United States in 1904I
was 8.4 tons. And this first rawl
year on the D. I. & P. farm withtr
two miles of Bend the production it
10.6 tons to the acre, of beets that
fairly beat the world.
This beet is of the variety knowr
as the Klein Wanzlebener. The
seed was planted May 10 and irri-j
gated five times during the season
The actual yield is 10.8 tons to the
acre. The average weight of thd
beets is 9.6 ounces, while individual!
run as high as 44 ounces.
How Bend has Qrown.
Assessor La Follettc was in Port
land the other day and told a Tele
gram reporter about the growth 0
Crook county as follows
"The returns of the census
have completed show that Crooll
county is growing taster m popuil
atiou than any other part of thl
state, declared County Assesso
J. D. LaFollette, of Pnneville, wh
was in Portland yesterday, "Dm
ing the past two years the growt
of this county has been remarl
able, and it ts growing faster ngl
now than at any time previous
beveral precincts in the Maun
sectiou shows an increase in popt
lation ot 300 per cent during tl
past live years, while the old Ben
precinct snows an increase of 22c
Sash and Door Factory,
William Morse, G. H. Morse ail
R. R. Patch, registering from Poi
land, were in Bend Monday nicl
with W. J. Buckley, who was ac
ing as pilot. These gentlemen a
lookiug for a site for a sash ai
door factory and a Bulletin repi
sentative was informed by M
Buckley that they had selected
site for water and power on tj
uescnutes between this place a I
Muuiaw ana nave also secured til
ber in this section. The party wt
thence to Prineville and back
the railroad at Shaniko. O.
Long, of Pomeroy, was also a me
ber of the party.
Frank Bogue, of Rosland, pass
tnrough Bend Thursday goij
home from Shaniko with loat