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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BEND, OKHOON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1905.
U. C. COE, M. D.
OI'IMCIt OVIW HANK
Physician and Surgeon
TUI.MrilONK NO. 21
hiiai, Hf.rn wnmur
j. l. Mcculloch,
Abntrncter mid IWnmlncr of Tltlo.
f.nlwt ami Tune l,raikil Alter
NOTARY I'UIU.IC INNUKAHCX
A. H. GR.ANT
Liverpool, London cV (llobc, mid
Lancashire I'lrc Insurance
II. I'. lim.KN.f M I). Cltaa l!lWAIMM. II
Drs. Belknap & Edwards,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
PRINUVII.LI! - OREOON.
(UfKr at Hrr uf WIMHrk'a limit More.
Miss Grace Jones
Voice & Piano
I now rrmty fo, !,u,i!a ami ran br fm4
ht irafclrur un Km Arniw awl irth
MtH HKNI), Oik.
Crook County Realty Co
Heal Male IJouglit and Sold.
I.lfo mid Accident
HfrKU IN ' I I t tlN M II lilNlt SrNII.OMMON
" TRIPLIi'IT BROS.
Barber Shop & Baths
Best of accommodations and
work promptly done
WAt.I. HT. HHNI, OKKCON
Ht T I I "' C. A. MctKwm.t
J 1 fcS Iltuior
Tnl.: nutl Rooms Hlwny.s clean
mid well upplhrd--Rntei rensonuble
TlMbti U4. Act of J" 1. t.
N'OTICK FDlt IM'liMCATIO.V.
V. UwJ OIm, The ballr. ixrm.
July 11. itrS
Mailn I. kmtiv Inn thai tu nHnutUMCV with
lb utOrlMon. unit Art at Coh(Im of Jsw J.
lift, rtrttltnl. "An art ft lh wit of limber lamia
M UM aulra or I alllui nia. inrauH, scmw, m
IVaakiaainn Tririlutr." aa ifcmira' lu all Ik
Mbltr lawl atatr. by Aii if Aaul,4, Ibjt.lhc
foftowtturoaaml pttaon hat cm tBtailayfilml
Ih Una omev turir awom maitmrm. io-wh.
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ofJ.IOtwa, coualr of Marlow. atalr uf(HgHi
hii minanl No. MJ, '" lb jwicltawuf
lb nHK ami hM X . t . r 14 r.
of IcIfirMHi. sowair of MailoH. aUlrofOttgoti,
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the HW of ate II, p r 1 1 c, w m
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TlMllkt)' will otfrrtrtnolaloii how that the la mil
MMgNt ar mi valuable IbrlHrllrotwr or aunt
thWn than fur auik-uliui.it twrtMwM, ami to
mtaMkh Ihtlr ctalwa Is M Uwl Ucfiwr Hit
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llh. J. W IliirWi ami MIIUm O CluUtriiMii,
alt ufJtlfciaoH, Otnoii
Any awl alt iwimmk rlaluiliiK alriwly any uf
tlir abt UiMtl. ait in(ril Hi fitr llwlr claluia
III tliUttlfkruM or klK lilt mhI lulh ilayof
T. KOI.AN, KticUttr.
Tliiibfr Mint, Art Junt i, lift.
N0T1CB FOK PUBLICATION.
U. H. I.ml Olltre, Ml,clcw. OrtKun,
Krilaniicr 18, 115.
Notice U lictctiy xivrn that In compliance with
Hit ntuvl.totK nl the Ait of Cumuic" uf June f,
it". tntltlail, "An act fur IlieuleufllmlitrlamU
In thaalaltauf Cufnrnla, Ortii'iii, Netutla, ami
WatliliiRlini Vrrilliiry," a mltmlcil to all the
iiulillclaml alalM hy Act uf Atiut 4, !, the
lulluurlnx iwraoim have liletl In thUumre their
iworit 1101011(11111, to wit.
Cltatlt I) llruwu,
of llrml, county of Crook, Male uf Oregon, (worn
tnlcinciit .No. Ji, fur llic iurcliac uf the nc)(
of are 4, l l ,r 14 e, w in.
AiikikIc II, I(lrlencti
of lit ml, county of Crook, atate of Orriion.aworu
atntriueut Nu 3004, for the lmrchkne of the e(
oTacc 4, t at a, r i4c,w m.
DaUy It. llrowu,
of Jlcml, county ofCrook, tult,of Oregon, nwurii
alntcineut No. ixA, fin the iiiirchimc uf the w)f
ofuccj, tpil ,r 14 e, win
That they will offer iirooflotliowlhattheUnil
aoucht la more vuliiulile for Ha timber or Hunt
than for HKrUiiUiirul piirior, uml to tMnltllali
their claim to aulil luml before J, M. Lawrence
V. H, ComiuUiluucr, t hi ollice nt lie ml, Ore.
jiou, on tiitlurihiy the vlh ly r December liwj.
They name in vltnein Willlaiu lluldwlu,
Aiiuuate II, lteleuel, Chnilca II, Drown, Onlay
It. llrowu mot Churlca McKliinon, lt "f UtM,
Any nml nil peraoui claiming ailveraely lh
abovctracrlbcil lamia nre rrtnirntetl to (lie their
clulmalu tlila ollice on or lcfure aulU ath ilay
of Derembtr, lyoj.
aivll J. N, WATSON, HegUtU.
Offics rooms for rent hi the Pilot
HUtte Development Co.'s office
building. Apply ut the company's
Remember that this office docs
high-grade job pdnting ,
DO YOUR TRADING WITH
Wo are headquarters for the
Most Complete and
njrAji In Carload Lots
ARB Wau kegan i ta
Doors and Windows Paints and Oils
Prepared Roofing Absolutely Fire-proof
and Cheaper than Shingles
Big Line of Plows & Harrows
I lit IIIU91 kUlllllbiV; 3lUkl Ul t
for thirty days only 1
. Bend Mercantile Company J
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
liTe PINE TREE STORE
U. A. SATIIIiR, PROPRIETOR
PILOT BUTTE INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with nil the delicacies of the season
I'Mrst-class Kquipment I'inc Rooms and Beds
All stages stop nt the hotel door
Bend Livery &
J. FRANK STROUD, Alunngcr
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
IIOKSItS UOAKDHI) 1IY Till DAY, VUK OK MONTI?
First-Class Livery Rigs for Rent. T'hone No. 15
lloiulilrect, between MiuueioU ami Oregon,
Bend-Silver Lake Stage
G. A. OOOKf Proprietbr
LEAVES UENO every eveufiiK but Sunday on arriv
al of Priucville stage, runs through to Silver Luke in 20
LEAVES SILVER LAKE every morning except
Monday ut 6 o'clock", u'rrives ut Betid 1 530 next morning.
Best of Ac'co'mmo Nations on the Route.
FareThrough, $i.$o roflnd trfp, 14. Forty pounds
of baggage free; express 3 cents a pound.
The best galvanized wire on the
Coast. Will not rust
A SAWMILL CHANGE
SteidI & Reed Plant to be
Taken by Linsters.
NKW SASH & DOOR FACTORY
Purchase Price SM.OOONcw Men
Will ISuy Considerable Timber
to Peed the factory.
Henry and Felix Linstcr within
the past week made a bargain for
the purchase of the sawmill and
timber interests of Sleidl & Reed.
The transaction included the saw
mill ut Lytle, about 900 acres of
laud, lodging equipment and
lumber on hand. The price agreed
upon is $14,000.
The Linsters are Germans who
have had experience with the
lumber business in Wisconsin.
Felix was at Bend a few weeks ago
and was so favorably impressed
with the conditions here that he
scut for his father to come and look
the field over. The father came
PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
IN TIIK COUNTY COURT 01' THK STATK OP
OKKCON FOR CKOOK COUNTY.
In the matter of th application of Se
ver t Debiug for a retail liquor license
in Deftchutt precinct, County of
C rook, Slate of Oregon.
To tile Honorable County Court:
Wc. the uiMlcrsixneil, legal voter of
Denchtitet precinct. Crook county, Ore
Kon, respectfully petition the Honorable
County Court of Crook county, Oregon,
to ura nt a liceute to Severt Debint! to
ell apirituout, malt or vinous liquors or
ivrmeiiieti cider in lew quantity utan
one nallon. in the nrecluct of I)eschute,
county of Crook, atatc of Oregon, for
the term of ix iiKiiiths from the first
day of Noveintier, 1905.
William II. Davis-1 Oliver Thorbjornson'
Win. llaUlttin TheophileSt Michel
K. M. Oile W. It. Vamlevert
V. B. Gile Wm. II. Davis No. 3
V. II. Marion IJ. J. Brock
T. II. I.yoim 1. R. Rcisilorfer
Win. 1'. Downing Prank Orcutt
A. W. Pope J. II. Wood
P. P. Wood Ole Kricluon
Kichanl King Nils Berg
J. W. White IM. Hrostorhous
Chas. Hlilriilgc William Orcutt
S. N. Scott C. J. Cottor
J. II. Miller Illlll Howell
KImcr Niowanger Toe llueltholz
Kugeue I.ttcier C. V. Iteckur
It. I- Dean Dan Greenhalgli
P. McRae Ceo. I.. Summon
Preil IUimIhII James Ilreun
C. H. Swalley . . C. l.ow
P. D. llipe John W. lHlcr
O. Ii. Hunter K. K. Carman
John WihmI O. W. Pickel
I.. T. Barrett Ralph Sliarp
R. II. Plamlerx I.. S. Samly
Ufayette Roe Bert Miller
llil. M. Swalley I. M. lMtton
C. Johnton 0. A. Howton
C. W. Clark Paul Kraeincr
Charles U. Reel Dan Hciiiig
John Steiill Cerhartl llorgon
P. A. Wahcr Prank Ilasl
Cluui. Brock Ceo. Janlcl
Alfred ILuwell Dflrney I.ewU
C. C. Triplett.
Notice is hereby eivcii that the above
Jctitio!i will le presented to the Honor
able County Court of the fctate of Oregon
for Crook county, on the ut day of
Novemlor, 1905, or as soon thereafter as
the Mtil Lourt can near the same ami 1
will then mill there uk Hint ouch petition
be grauted anil n license be issuel to the
said Severt Dcbiug to sell spirituous
limit anil vinous liquors nml icrtueiiteu
cider iu lev quantity thnit otic gallon
at the Precinct of Dettcluttes iu Crook
county, Oregon, for 11 term of m.
Dated this 39 day of September, 1905.
PETETION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE
IN TIIK COUNTY COURT OK TIIK STATK Ol'
OKKCON I'OR CROOK COUNTY.
In the mutter of the application of P.
C. Rowlee for n retail liquor license
in Montgomery precinct, County of
Crook, htute of Oregon.
To the Honorable County Court;
We the undersigned, legal voters of
Montgomery precinct No. 4, Crook
county, Oregon, to grunt a license to P.
C. Rowlee to hell spirituous, innlt or
vinous liquors or fermented cider iu lew,
quantity than one gallon, in the precinct
of Montgomery No. ,, County of Crook,
Sin te ol Oregon, for the term of six
mouths from the iint day of November,
C. M. Redfield C. A. Ueckwitli
W. A. Belcher W. R. Uwsou
P. I,. Rickcr . D. Ortenhalgh
I.. C. Whltted II. Lancy
I.ou A. Reed Stone Crceulialgh
M. J. Roberts J. A. Vosberg
Thos. C. Rolierts Prank Heiisley
W. '., Thoiunson John Grant
C. R, Mcl.nlliu Joint Johnson
R. D. Imiucle L. II, Bautuer
Will Howell Abel Wolf
Notice is hereby given that the above
petition will lie prcteiitcl to the Honor
able County Court of the state of Oregon,
for Crook county, on the Aril day of
November, 1905, or us soon thereafter as
the said Court can hear the same, and I
will then and thcrcask that suclt petition
lie grauted and u license be issued to the
said P, C. Rowlee to sell spirituous,
malt or vinous Honors or fermented
cider iu less quantity than one gallon
at the Precinct of Montgomery, iu Crook
county, Oregon, for a term of six
Dated this 3d day of October, 1905.
V. C. ROWUUU
and after the two had spent a week
examining this locality the bargain
to buy the Stcidl & Reed lumber
ing intoreat was made. The Lin
sters left Saturday and the son is
expected to return tomorrow to
take possesion of the property.
The elder Linstcr returned cast
to arrange for the purchase of a
large body of timber land in this
region, his associates there having
expressed a desire to join him in
such an enterprise. If those asso
ciates should fail to j'oin, the Lin
gers will themselves purchase sev
eral thousand acres to feed their
It is not the purpose of the Lin
sters to crowd the sawmill business
here just now, but to convert the
present SteidI & Reed plant into a
sash and door factory. They have
made a computation showing the
annual purchase of sash and doors
within reach of Bend to be about
$130,000. This is the trade they
will first strike for and they will
equip a first class plant for the
HOMESTEAD VS TIMBERLAND
Issue Involved In Contest of Boyd vs
Last Friday and Saturday the
contest of Charles Boyd vs. Lucy
S. Booth, was heard before U. S.
Commissioner Lawrence. This in
volved a tract of 160 acres on the
Tumalo river a short distance be
low the Columbia Southern head
works. The facts brought out arc
that .1 cabin was erected on the
tract a short time prior to May 23,
when it was opened to entry. On
this cabin and elsewhere on the
land notices were erected to the
effect that the tract was claimed for
a homestead by "L. A. Booth."
Disregarding that cabin and that
notice Boyd subsequently, but prior
to the 23rd of May, erected
a cabin and posted notices that he
claimed the place for a homestead.
He also fenced a portion of the
tract. He occupied the cabin a few
days. Lucy S. Booth filed a timber
and stone application for the land
on May 24. Boyd made home
stead application on May 23 but
his application did not reach the
land office until after Mrs. Booth's
had been accepted, and for that
reasou it was rejected. Thereupon
Boyd filed contest.
Boyd's contention is that the
cabin of Mrs. Booth (who is wife of
ex-County Judge W. A. Booth) was
erected merely as a bluff; that the
fact that sue was not qualified to
take a homestead and applied for
the land as a timber claim shows
this. Mrs. booth contends that the
land is not of agricultural character
and is chiefly valuable for its tim
ber and that therefore her applica
tion was properly accepted.
There was a wide rauge of testi
mony, from that of C. H. Erickson.
who swore that he found the land
covered with bunchgrass and straw
berries upon his last visit, to that of
John E. Ryan, who testified that he
was upon the trnct with snowshoes
in May and measured five feet of
The contestant was represented
by Attorney Charles S. Benson, of
Bend, and the contestee by Attor
ney M. IS. Brink, of Prineville.
MORE DESCHUTES PRODUCTS.
Vegetables That Cannot be Excelled
Anywhere in Oregon.
When E. F. Batten returned from
the Portland fair this week, after
examining the best that Oregon
counties could show there, he went
out into his own garden and cussed
because be had not taken therefrom
to show how this "worthless" re
gion could beat the rest of the state.
Then he brought down and added
to The Bulletin exhibit some Hol
low Crown carrots 18 inches iu cir
cumference, Early Blood beets the
same size, White Norfolk turnips
27 menes around, trench turnips
23 and 24 inches around, celery of
thrifty growth and white and crisp
to the tips. All this is the first
grown on raw land within the lim
its of Bend. These specimens are
not so notable for size as for quality
and symmetrical shape.
Ci. W. Witner sent Iu this week
some specimens of turnips asd
celery irpm Ins btar ranch at Tum
alo, which rank with the prod
ucts of the Batten garden. A
Golden Globe turnip is specially
notable for its beauty, teuder crisn-
uess and fme flavor.
All these were crown in' the oncn
garden without special attention,
and for general excellence cannot
be beaten in Oregon.
RAILROAD THIS WAY
Oregon Eastern Surveyors
on the Deschutes.
WILL BB IN BEND TONIGHT
No Announcement as to Whero They
Will Set Their Stakes for
Shaniko, Or., Oct. 11. Last
week 15 surveyors reached Shaniko
for work in Central Oregon. They
did not have instructions with
them. Having hung around Shani
ko a week, they left to day south
ward. It is understood that these
men arc in the employ of the O. R.
& N. and that their business is to
make definite location of the rail
road line southward from Madras
to Klamath Falls, by way of Bend.
The surveyors themselves said they
expected to work through to
They arc Oregon Eastern Men.
Madras, Or., Oct. 12. An en
gineer force of 20 men in charge of
J. R. Graham, of Portland, arrived
here this morning from Shaniko
bound for, the Upper Deschutes
country. They made no secret of
their mission to do serious railroad
work but do not say, if they know,
where their field work wul start.
They are well supplied with, com
missary stores and camp equipment.!
They expect to. bp in Bend tornor
E. F. Batten, who came ia foml
Shaniko, arriving in Bend WcdncsH
day night, reports the preseuce 1
the engineers at Shaniko. Nothing
definite was known as to wb.
they were going or whom they repJ
resented, but the general under-
standing was that they were tc
work on an extension of the Colum
bia Southern railroad. They vercl
not to start -at Shanjko, and it w.t
stated that they would move out tc
Madras and take their field worl
south from that point.
Ed Halverson, who. arrived Tues
day night, said he heard the engi
neers talk about working betweei
Madras and Bend on their way t
locatea line through to Klamatl
Falls. He said a carload of beavf
work horses arrived at Shaniko
day or so before he came through!
and they were said to be for railroad
construction work. This woulJ
indicate something more positivj
than mere surveying.
DESCHUTES SETTLERS ACT.
Adopt Uy-laws and Provide for Co
mlttee to Oo, to Salem.
At the meeting of the settle:
held last Saturday in the B. J
hall the committee previously aj
pointed to arrange a plan of orgat
izauou rcporicu uy-iaws, ueciartu
the purpose of the organization
be co-operation ol all settlers witl
in the limits of the D. I. &. P Co
segregation, in such matters :
public roads, transportation, irr
gation, experiment work aud edi
cation in irrigation farming. Tl
meeting was attended by 20 settler
According to the by-laws tv
classes of membership are provid
for one to consist of actual holde
of land within the limits specific
Inot merely "ditch" land but i
kinds of land; ana the other to
sist of ull others who choose to 1
part iu the movement. These
ter may participate hi all matte:
except that they will have no vo
yuarteriy meeuugs are to
held in December, March. Tune
September. Until the next mi
ing the committee already appoi
ed will conduct the affairs oft
organization. It was voted that
delegate should be sent to Salem
represent the settlers before t
state land board aud E.D.Henddi
son was chosen as such deleg:
lie lett this morning for Salem,
J. F. Taggart is home from tl
Mr. and Mrs. E. F, Batten
turned Wednesday nicht fr
Portlaud, where they spent tit
weeks. Hvery day they were
Portland it rained. They say
fair was a very creditable instil
tion, and they have had experieu
with most of the big fairs of re