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THE BEND BULLETIN.
MIWD, OUttGON, FRIDAY, NOVKMBHR 3, 1905.
U. C. COE, M. D.
Ol'l'ICIt OVlCK HANK
Physician and Surgeon
TIU.IU'IIONK NO. a I
nai. iwrAfH imimiir
j. l. Mcculloch,
Abntrncttr mid Uxnmlucr of 'I Won.
Mini mihI Tain f.iMka.1 Att r
fur Molt KmMcmIi,
NOTAKV I't'HI.IC INHUKANCK
A. H. GRANT
Liverpool, London & (llobc, rind
Lniicnslilrc I'lrc Insurance
II, I'. IIHI.KHAf.M I) ClU H llliWAMimM I),
Drs. Belknap & Edwards,
PHYSICIANS AND SUKGL'UNS.
I'KINIIVII.M! - OKIKION.
()fltrr at Kcr iif Wlimrk's Drill Kloir.
J. Al. LAWRENCE,
U. H. COMMIKHIONIIM.
Notary I'uhllc, Insurance, Township
Plots for Upper Deschutes Valley.
Miss Grace Jones
Voice & Piano
It now irmly fur nillU ami ran Imf fuini4
Hi lit ltMiic (in Kua Amiuf mill lit h
Wirrt lll(NI), OKU.
Crook County Really Co
Heal Estate Bought and Soli
l.lfo and Accident
nrricn IK nvLLktii huimuho mmi. aau
Barber Shop & Baths
Ikt of occomuiodations nml "
work promptly done
WAI.I.ST. HNI. OKKOON
Hj-y rip w- 1 Ma. C. A. McHowm.1.
IJ 1 C LliW'tUlor
Tnl lis and Rooms always elenn
ami well supplicd-Ratcs reasonable
TlttiUf Mw4. Act rf June J. mi.
NOTICK KOU WIIMCATION.
I- H Mtt4 OftW. Th IMH.Oifii.
July ii. iv-
Nolkc l hrirby lii llwt III remrtUH with
the IHMvWutMKlllir Mut CHir f Julie J,
im! 'ciitiil.! "A11 act fm Die uiltaf lliiilwrUml;
IntlirMalaaurCallfufiila. Iliriuii. Nrva.la, ami
Wa.hlii T iliwy." a ikleiwlnl to all tlic
ikiMI law! Malta by Atl t Angus! 4. lMv M
Mtimlnr namwl riiit have I II till" lUy Mol
In ttiltunkc thrlr awwii lalriiirnt. lo-ll
William O. eiilUttnwii,
ifjffrli BHliityuf Mattati. lalrbrotrgnii.
w.ini laltmnil So J4S. fw thr michacir
Itir iiHK ' iiHwU "" "i l.f Uf.
Ifclna I.. I'attl.li.
i.f JeffrfwHi. CiHiiity f Martuii, latcofOirgan.
mum Mattmtiil No tu. far Hie iMrthaac ol
llirnw),' trji.t, r lie, win
Jhn T June,
.irjiffeiaun. cuuMi of Marlttti, stale nfOtcgnii.
awuni statement Mu XMJ for II" iiucliaeof
the k)( uf-c ii. !) au . r u c. w m
That lliry III urtcr inil. lo sliuw Dial the lamU
sought ate iiiurevaluaMc fur the thither or slime
llinr.ui than fur aailmllural iiuriiuaci. iul to
r.latill.li thrlr cUliu lo H UiiiI Iwloie the
Kriil.ltr himI KnrlW, al The Ihtlltt, OcrKon.
on Novemlirr to. IV"J
They iiamr a wltiirawa II. A. l'otrr, of
I'lliievltlr lirruoii, Juliu T loiita, IWim I. I'at
tl.li, J W I'-iiWi anil Wllthm (). ChtlitriiKii,
all orjrlTef tun, Orejjoil
Any ami all twtauiit clalmliiE ailrrly any of
the aWe lml ate tr.iirlnl to file thrlr claim,
in Hilt olllrc mi ur In-fore Hie lil trill ilaynf
I iij MICIIAKI. T. NOUN. KegUter.
1 Imher l.ml, Act June J. i;.
NOTICK FOH PUllIilOATlON;
U H. !,aint Office. IjiktWew, Oiegou,
heplciuUr I". IV").
u,,H. I. I.rrrl.v nliru that til cotiilillaiicc with
the tirotl.lon.nl the Act of CoiiKtrM ii( June f,
iHjii! ciillllnl. "An act for Ihe aaleof llmlrrlaiiiU
In the Plate, of California, wrcKOii, nctaiia. aim
Wnihlnstoii Territory." ejlrnilol to U he
iiuhllcliWiiUUlM hy Act of AUKiul 4. 1891. the
liillowliiK iKTMiii.lmvc filed In ihla office Oielr
worn atnlcmcnK. lo-wlt
Chattel I) Drown,
of lleiul. county ofCrooU, Muly of Oregon, nworii
litleiuriil No, yJ. for the lurchai of Ihe ne)
ofMC4. Il.r 14 e, win.
Auutc II. KUtcuct,
or llcml, county ofCrooU, Mate u(Orciiqii.iiirii
ktatrmcut No yHi for Ihe jiutchac ortlleaeM
ofrC4, l"l. TMc.w in.
OaUy It. Ilrown,
uf llcml, cumily ofCtooW.aUleororejton.aworii
Mittcmciit No, iirt, foi Hie Jiilrchiue of the w
ofrcj. l ai a.r 14 e, wiii,
Thai they will offer iryoft6 ihow thai the lainj
oushtUiuorealut.le for ll llinlfcr or font
than for agricultural urMy, ami to c(alillli
Ihclrclulni lo wlil l.'iid liefote j M- t.ajte.ice
II H. VoiiiiiilMioiicr. M hU olllceul lleiul, Ore
gon, on butimhiy' the vil day of llcceinlwr ifrij.
They name na wltiirc "WW 'l"'i
Aiiirule II. l(.trU;ul, Char lea . llrnwiv, Uy
l. Ilrown ami UimIM McKIiuioii, all of llcml,
Any ami all "truant cUlinlu'g ailvcr3Ty Iht
alMiveslencrllicil lumla are reuurticl to nle lliclr
cluhut lu lliU office 011 or Ufur U Sin uy
of December, ijoj.
g44 J, K, WATSOXi KoUttr.
GRAIN , GRASS
-: SEEDS :-
Fancy Alfalfa Seed, Dry Land
Alfalfa Seed, Winter Oat,s, Extra
Fancy Imported Shadeland Won
der Oats, Fancy Clover Seed,
Kentucky Blue Grass Seed and
Largo and Complete
Stock of Plows, Har
rows, Wagons, Harness
and Builders' Hardware.
Bend Mercantile Co.
I have completed arrangements whereby I can
handle n number of Eood timber claims, in the Des
chutes timber belt, at once. Title must be perfect.
I have special inquiry just now for land in Tps.
31, 33, 33 and 3. S-, K. ii U.. and if parties owning
land there will communicate with me, it may result to
the advantage of all concerned.
J. N. HUNTER,
General Cruiser and Land Locator
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
IE PINE TREE STORE
G. A. SATHUR, PKOMtfQTOR
, F. MOODY
Commission and forwarding
sHaniko, - oRnaoN
Lnrgc, CefeiMleus Warehouse. Consignments Solicited
Prompt attention paid to those who
fuvor nte with their putroimgc
Best Printing it T
In Carload Lots--"Waukeganita"
vanized Wire, best or.
the Coast, will not rust.
$6500 FOR SCHOOL
Voters in Favor of Better
WORK TO 00 ON AT ONCfi
Sentiment of the District Declared
and Formalities of Ulcctlon
Last Time the Ilcnd school dis
trict authorj7l a bond issue of
$3,500 for a new schoolhousc. This
wasjound to be inadequate for the
uccos 01 tne district and later the
authorized Ijoud was increased to
55,000. Plans and specifications
for a 6-room structure to cost
?35 with upper rooms unfinished
were ordered from a Portland archi
tect. When bids were received
last Monday night it was found
that practically the entire $5,000
would be consumed in mittiuir uo
this building, leaving nothing to
provide furniture or other essentials,
estimated to require at least ?i,opo
Under thsc circumstances one of
two possible changes were neces
sary cither provide more money
for the structure already planned or
reduce the. sire and cost of the
builduig to be erected. The board
deemed tkn a proper q,ucstion, to, be
submitted to, the voters and called
them to meet at the B, M. hall
Wednc5day night for a conference.
After n brief discussion of the mat
ter it was unanimously voted to in
crease the bond issue to. $6,500 and
go ahead with the building as al
ready planned. Accordingly a
petition to the board to order au
election for the purpose of formally
voting on the new bonding prop
osition wa& drawn aud sicned and
the beard wiU give tuc sctuurca
notice upon rtve icttvm 01 Ucrkt
j vyii !, t nwm ror a iwuny;
iuhkjuuu, hh -y rmvn T""""IU((
1....,, I .f.A ..K.lk u..f lu. afrtHMl f
UJOKU (III: IHMIiW M.V V ""
juy (lie uoara
I form renuires
but tup uaruiory
sisnaturp by 'lcl
clerk and if that is fallowed exactly
thero will.bts.na chance for a kick,
while there may b objection if it is
However, the seutiroeut of the
district having been declared, the
building of the schoolhousc will
proceed without waiting for the
legal formalities of tho bond elec
tion. There must bo 50 days
notice of that. The building con
tract will be closed up this week on
the assurance of the voters infor
mally given Wednesday night.
Two bids wcro received Monday
night for construction of the school
nousc I. D. Jarvis $4,965, with
timber foundation and shingled
roof, and Thomas E. Roberts $4,809
with shingled roof and $4,816 with
Malthoid roof, nothing said as to
foundation. Others have figured
on the contract but deemed it uses.
less to prcsenr bids when the board
was limited to $5,000 for its total.
The board will now seek on ad
justment that will lie fair to con
tractors as well ns for the best in
terests of the district, and it is ex
pected that work on the ground
will begin next week.
The assessor's estimate of the
taxable valuation of the school
district this year (the assessment
roll is not yet entirely completed)
is $140,000, which justifies a bond
issue of $7000 Last year the tax
able value was but $1 1 1 ,000, and
public lauds upon which final
receipt was issued were taxed Inst
year, while this year only patented
lauds are nssesssed.
At a meeting of the directors last
night it was decided to award the
contract for building the school
house to I. D. Jarvis, and such
contract is now in course of prepa
ration. A Mighty Sago Orubber.
Bend can boast of having one of
the only two Alvord sage brush
grubbers 011 the coast. There may
be others but their whereabouts is
not known. This machine was
ordered by Adam Kotzmau for use
on the Johnston ranch, where he
has contracted to clear 1080 acres of
sagebrush land. It was delivered
here by the Bend Mercantile Com
pany, coming from Boise, Idaho,
where it had been in use for experi
ment work. The grubber cost
$150. The machine works some
tiling like a drag hay rake, and has
heavy horizontal bars, which hold
poinded, square teeth, about 18 in
ches long. , It not only pulls up
the sage brush but also dumps it in
windrows, after the manner of a
hay rake. It requires six to
eight horses to pull it. John Fer
guson is among those who have
seen the grubber at work and he
says they are a great success. The
machine has not yet been taken to
the ranch. With eight horses and
two men to operate it seven acres
of the thickest sagebrush land can
!c cleared in a day ready for the
plow. A similar machine is in use
in the Haystack country.
WORKING TOWARD BEND
SURVEYING CREWS FROM ALL POINTS
(Jrent Southern Railroad not Saying
Much but "Sowing Wood"
gltli Great Cnergy.
The Oregon Kastfjrn,
corps winch is working
Iicnu from Madras, is making pro
gress much more slowly than was
expected. T,hey ae now only a
don miles sojith of Madras work
ing apparently a,io inc oja Col
umbia Southern Hxtcusion survey,
but makipg many digressions
from it in a gcal, examination
of the route.
Engineers. Gordon and Nelson,
of the Great Southern (Dufur line)
have been yery quietly reconnoiter
ing the Wallow. rcck basin, look
ing for a way in frpm the Des
chutes canyon. This concern is
not takinjg brass bads to herald its
preliminary voj;k, but there is
pretty goojl authority for the state
ment that construction Spi 30 miles
south oj Dfur has been arranged
for ami additional progress is im
minent. Madras people look for
this road first, though it seems as
sured that the Columbia Southern
will build out from Shaniko. It is
generally, accepted tluit the Great
1 SouUlcrn js - um TOati
t t KCVCr bxina vtox
i Ejlfitiifc Ibat., Cp jsurveyons
line across tu icio 'ixauiuiira
i -ountry. hc mw none 011 iits
way over luit that was the current
X in - T f --C1-A
report in jihkcuv. ji ia wiiuimcu
by reports of hunters and prospect
ors from the Diamond pass region,
Another force of railroad engi
neers is workmg westward irom
Ontario in this direction.
MUCH NEW LAND IN CROP.
Tumalo Neighborhood Fast Becoming
Tl'MW, Or., Oct. ii. - Hdwanl
White vifcitcd Tumalo this lost week. He
has IcamnI a part of his fine farm, 140
acre, to. the l.ccreiu brothers for the
next year. Mr. White will devote most
of his time to operating tlc hay baler
which he and Whiter have, ordered (rom
Winter A Sons report that they beetled
some ground to alfalfa the third of last
June and just three months to a day
after aowing the seed they found it had
rooted 16 incite ami hail made a growth
of 16 inches high. How is that for alfalfa?
Much fall g"raiti has leen grown around
Tumalo anil it all looks well and will no
doubt make the fanners smile next
Three more families have located on
Columbia Southern land, two miles
northeast of Tumalo. Wc welcome such
good people and hope to see maiiy more
such settlers locate near us. Tumalo
will soon Ik? able to support a good
hchool ami churches, all of which go to
butbl up the country.
There is strong talk of another large
sawmill lieiui; built near Tumalo.
The Higlitower-Hiiillli wo. report mai
they cannot Mtpplv the increasing de
mand for lumlwr. They arw now sawing
nt the full catucitv of the mill.
-" "-- . ...
Dorraucc llros. arc sawing sieautiy
raitiiut keen tin with the wants of the
people. They are turning out much line
C. W. Tliornthwatte has returned from
Sherman county. He reports business
dull in that country. Mr. Thornthwaitc
had the misfortune to lose two horses
mi lii triit out ami Itacki
We are iniorineti mat tue aicwniiuacr
brothers have taken charge of the Ocho
co mines again and are now working
G. 11. Pulliam was at Tumalo last week,
He said the alfalfa he planted last Sep
tember is doing nicely and promises to
make a good crop next summer. Mr.
Pulliam savs this country is pood ctioitKh
for him anil he will invest all his money
in real estate in the Tumalo country.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerkin, who have a fine
farm three miles north of Tumalo, were
at Tumalo last week. They have some
30 acres sown to alfalfa, which promises
to make a fine crop next stumer.
Mr, Hanson, on the Cash ranch just
north of Tumalo, has much land seeded
to alfalfa and other grasses, all of which
is doing well.
John Atkinson arrived at Tunmlooue
night last week. He brought with hint
from the valley 70 head of fine cattle ami
Born, in Bend, Nov. 2, 1905,
Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Jonas,
60,0 SHEEP KILLED,
Coyotes Break Up Band
BnLOiNQ TO CHARLfiS LISTER.
Varmints Ran Sheep Out on the
Desert and Killed and Ate
Them at Pleasure.
ii 1.. 1
Coyotes broke up a band of.
Charles Lister's sheep near where
the Silver Lake road crosses the.
Central Oregon canal, two mile'
south of Bend, Monday night, and'
when the animals were rounded up
next day 600 were missing from the'
band ot 3,400. A dozen or so shecp(
carcasses were found, but no trace'
of i,hc others, whfch must have
been runout on the desert.
Wednesday workmen employed
on the lateral flume under construe-'
tion to convey water to the experi
ment farm saw iu. the distance a lot
of sheep harried by coyotes. There.
was, some aouot at nrst wuctner
coyotes oj dogs were chasing the
sheep but i was finally seen that
they were running in a circle and
frequently a sheep on the rim,
would be pulled down and killed.
It is presumed that these were the
sheep that had been scattered from
the Lister band. Lister resides at
Coyotes arc unusually numerous
and bold this (all A few days ago.
a band of cattle was scattered by
the varmints near where the Lister
sheep were attacked. Stage drivers
report tle wooda of that locality to
be filled, watn tho yelping 01 tuc
Five Sent to tho Penitentiary.
T1U month's, session of the cir
cuit court at Prraevuie resulted In
an unprecedented clearing oC crtav
lnals from Croot connty. Jeff Yar-
Bi aiima,-wwt Hi, KnaamtMiMKi
cotfHtv oa a wurntHC IsmmetlhrlTufb
ticc L.wremee, erMttrtrsmm$ug!
horses of D. A. Findley. atJtos-
land, last April, pleaded guilty and
was sent to the penitentiary for
five years. Charles Tillman also
got five 3ears in the penitentiary
Carpiu Young was sent up for
three years, Don Burn's for three
years, Corbett Holt two years and
Lee Goodwin one year. All these
were horsethieves except Holt,
who was convicted of manslaughter.
The Bend Mercantile Comany
got judgment against the S. M.
Janney estate for nearly $r,20Q
and tho judgment was paid im
mediately. School Society Organized.
Members of the school classes
above the sixth grade last night
organized a society for literary
work. This is designed to givo
training in parliamentary usage as
well as a freer scope than the school
room affords for certain lines of
studj'. Miss Reid, the principal,
presided at the first meeting and
will give general supervision and
assistance in the work of the society.
The officers chosen are the follow
ing: President Hazel Caldwell,
Vice-prisidcnt Guy McReynolds
John Steldl to Stay.
"Me leave the country? Well I
guess not" said John Steidl when
asked if that was the meaning of
the sale of his lumbering interests.
"I am quite as much interested in
seeing progress and development
here as I ever was aud I expect to
remaiu and be a part of it. For
awhile I will rest to regain my
health and then I will pitch in and
take au active part in business
again. I have not lost a particle of
my faith and my works will show it
after I have rested up a little."
Bids for Fuel.
Proposals for supplying 40 ricks
of 20-inch body pine or juniper
stove wood, to be delivered ricked
at the school houses as directed,
will be received until 7 p. rn. Mon
day Nov. 6, 1905, at the office of J.
M. Lawrence, chairman of school
board. The right to reject any
and all bids is hereby reserved.
By order of the Board of
Directors. L. D. Wibst, Clerk.
Posters are out announcing the
Beud Fire Departments' ball on
Thanksgiving Eve., Wednesday,
Nov. 29, at B. M. Hall. Chicken
supper will be scrV&l at Hotel Seikl.