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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BEND, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1905.
U. C. COE, M. D.
OI'I'ICK OVHIl HANK
Physician and Surgeon
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J. L. McCULLOCII,
Abstracter mid Ihruithmr of Title.
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for Urn KmMhh.
PHIKIIVIl.t.K. .... OKHOON
A. H. CfcANT
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.1. M LAWWiNCE,
0. A. COMtHMUIINKH,
Notnry Public, Insurance, Township
l'lnts for Upjwr Deschutes Valley
Miss Grace Jones
T C A C H C H O r
Voice & Piano
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Crook County Realty Co
Real Estate IIouR.it and Sold.
I.lfo mid Accident
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Barber Shop & Baths
Best of accommodations mid
work promptly done
WAI.I. ST. IIKNII, OKHOON
(. C. A. MCltOWNLL
Tal r mid Rooms always clean
and well .supplied--Ratai tuonablc
I'AMOINOim TKAIN TIMIt CARD.
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view, Mlttliclt, IM) viltc, Anloiir, A.liwuwl, Can.
yuii City. Joint y City, iul I'uull.
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NOTICK FOR PUIHiICATION.
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Nitllcc l litrrliy Rir 1 1 in I hi compliance with
the iiruvUluiioriiic cl niCiMiKteH i( June j,
lUM.ciilltlrit "An net fur the Mlc ol llmlierUniU
In ilic.Ule nflVllfiirnlii. Oreunn, NeniU mill
Wmlilniitim Tcnilur)," euinUl In nil Hie
imlilic Inn J Ulr ly net of Ani;ut 4, K.;i.
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of ltolinil,ctiunly iif Crtwl.. hUle f UreKon,
lint (III. Uy lilnl In IliU ulficc lil.nviiirn lte
nicnt Hn. jv7i. for Hie micliue of llicuw tc
iK, t(i , r 11 r.win.
Anil wilt nirer pnnif lo iliniv Hint I lie Uml
Miunlit It mure vulunlile for IU Umber orlone
limn fur nirlciiliuml iuriue, mul in elbllh
III claim to mUI Uml liefnrrj. M ttwicncr, I).
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on HutunUy. the ih iluy of DecxmUr, 194),
lie inline n wllneme. Juhll llliiiu, J11I111 It.
Hviiii.J N. Hunter, J. I' Tnugmt, mul Illicit
J11I1114011 all of Demi, Orrxoit.
Any uml til periuiii clulmlnir mlver.cly the
AlioviMtetcrihrtl uml are reiiirleil tu llle their
clAim In UiUcfllcc 1111 or before mUI vtlt Uuy of
ohIS J. N. WATrtON, KrKUtcr.
rIvIiik se vices nt the church are
KoIub forwurd under the direction
of tha Christina Kudcnvor Society.
The Rev. J. A. Mitchell will
deliver the sermon,
--: SEEDS :--
Fancy Alfalfa Seed, Dry Land
Alfalfa Seed, Winter Oats, Extra
Fancy Imported Sfcadeland Won
der CJatsy francy Clover Seed,
Kentucky Blue Grass Seed and
Lnrgo and Complete
Sock of Plows, Har
rows, Wagons, Harness
and Builders Hardware.
Bend Mercantile Co.
I have completed arrangements whereby I can
hntidlc a number of good timber claims, in the Des
chutes timber belt, at once. Title must be perfect.
I huve sccinl inquiry just now for land in Tps.
21, 22, 2.1 and 24 S , R. ti 1C, and if parties owning
laud there will communicate with me, it may result to
the advantage of all concerned.
J. N. HUNTER,
General Cruiser and Land Locator
Because wo are selling the same and better
quality at a closer margin is a very good
reason why you will und our store the
best, place to buy anything in the lino of
Groceries, Drygoods, Furnish
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and Oils
Tfo PINE TREE STORE
U. A. SATIIRR, PROPRIETOR
Z. F. MOODY
Commission and forwarding
Large, Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited
Prompt attention m to those who
favor me with their putrouujje
Best Printing at Id Bulletin Office.
In Carload Lots
vanized Wire, best on
the Coast, will not rust.
SHANIKO - KLAMATH
Engineer Graham Talks
of the Survey.
WILL STICK TO TUG RIVER
Preparing Por Itnplil Railroad Con
struction In the SprlnK"Na
trou to Ontnlro tt0.
KngiiiMrr . R. Gralmtn', in
charge or the Oregoli ISnitcrn stir
vey ork noutli or .Nfadra', sfrient
most of the Week in' litfud. Ife
c-iiit- in' TufefclHy, ywtcrdy mkdc
.1 trip up to The MeadoWs' antl left
today t6 rerAir'n4 6' lamp', Which,
when helcTt, Warfal? Ioti(i Pine", on
the north dele of Cookea' rhfer.
It is now about to 1x5 rhov&l t'o the
vicinity of1 Rwlnioud. iVwill pr6b
ably lc three weilis before die
engineers reach Iicud.
"We are not making much use
of the old Columbia Southern JvX
tciiMiou survey," said Mr. Graham
to a Rtilletm man. "We have the
notes and maps of that location but
10 not follow them at all closely,
it serve us merely as .1 reconnois
ancc. "We are not making permanent
ii.citioii of a railroad, only a jkc-
1 1 miliary survey. Wc expect to
complete the preliminary line to
Klamath Kails by midwinter, if the
snow does not get too deep in that
country, and then immediately to
locate the permanent line. One
party will probably work back
from Klamath Falls and I shouldn't
be surprised if another crew were
sent out from Shaniko, and even
another set of permanent locators
put in the middle of the route. I am
looking forward to a large amount
of rapid railroad building in this
quarter next year."
"Why do you people leave that
i;ap between Madras and Shaniko,
if the design is to build from Shani
ko to Klamath Falls?" asked the
"Well, you see there isn't much
choice of route between those two
points," replied Mr. Graham. "It
is that one line or nothing, and we
may regard the preliminary work
there as completed. South oi
Madras there are many possible
routes and a pretty thorough ex
amination of the country was nec
essary to find the best one. Hut
all this is very easy construction
and the work of building the rail
road will go fast when once actual
ly under way.
"The route? Oh, I can't say
just where the line will be located,
but it looks to me now as if we
would have to stick pretty close to
the river from Bend south."
Mr. Graham was formerly in the
service of the California North
eastern, the Weed road, which is
now building toward Klamath
Falls. He received an injury which
sent him to the hospital and when
he came out he took the present
work. The presumption is that
the Weed road and the Shaniko
line will meet nt Klamath Fails.
That will give the Hnrrimaii lines
a route between the Columbia
river nnd San Francisco that will
avoid the frightful Siskiyous. And
it will also occupy n region that
Hill has his eye upon.
Mr. Graham had no doubt that
the line from Natron to Ontario
would also lie built. He would ex
press no opinion relative to the
Corvallis & Eastern, though he ad
mitted that with another railroad
iu Central Oregon the strategic
value of the Hammond Hue would
be destroyed and the property
would then be worth only what it
Another stove, in addition to the
one already there, has been put iu
the church, and the building cuu
now be made entirely comfortable
for those attending services.
Plxlnj: Up Our Weather.
Edward II, llealu, United State
forcast official at Portland, spent
taut .Sunday iu Betid. He came
from the south, having been at
Klamath Falls for the irrigation
celebration iu which Governor
Chamberlain and other state
officer participated, and then ovc
to Lakeview and around by Paisle?
ami Silver Lake to Bend. It wa.
his first visit through this part o;
Oregon and gave him a new idea o
the stale. Incidentally he inspecte
all the Weather observatories alon
the route and was able to suggest
improvements in' the" service at
most of them.
"The importance of a reliabk
weatlier record f6r it scries of yean
is hard t'o overestimate," said Mr
Meals. "The lohger such record i
kept the more valuable it is. Per
sonal recollections arc unreliable.
Iifcnd'liuB a gobd' staVt with it
meteorological rdcoj-d' dnd we wish
it to be continued'."
itHREI? TEACHER NEEDED.
More Uiflnn Hundred Children In the
One hundred three pupils are en
rolled in the Bend schools and 97 art
ill daily attendance a pcrccnagc
of attendance that probably it
not exceeded, if approached, else
where in the state. A dozen or mort
children arc yet iu sight for the
schools. Already some of the smaller
ones have been sent home because
of the crowded condition of Miss
Jones's room and now arrangements
are being made for a third school
room and teacher. The division
contemplated will be something like
this: Primary room, first and second
grades, 36; intermediate room,
grades 3, 4 and 5, 34; grammar
room, grades 6, 7, 8, and 9, 28.
Steps are being taken to install the
9th grade work regularly. It will
take a vote of the district to do this
after certain preliminaries are ad
justed. "I am glad to sec that you are
going to have a fine new school
house, one adequate to the ueeds of
the district," said Superintendent
Dinwiddic when he was in Bend
last week. "You will make no
mistake by pursuing a liberal policy
iu this regard. The Bend school
district is rich and can well afford
to put $G,500 into a new building
You now have most excellent
schools and should have the new
house, so that the teaching facilities
will keep pace with the growing
demand. You are fortunate iu
having teachers so well qualified
and so interested in the welfare of
the schools and I have no doubt
the tax payers will support the
present policy of providing the
Mens Know A dood Thlnjj.
The desire for chickens has
raged in Bend this fall and many
families have added a hennery to
their possessions. One lot of fine
barred Plymouth Rocks was
brought down from an up-river
ranch by a Bend citizen who built a
highly scientific coop for them.
For three days before the coop was
ready, however, the fowls were
housed in a large drygoods box,
where they were quite comfortable
and contented. Every night they
voluntarily sought their roosts
there. When the new house was
about campleted the carpenter went
awav for some article he needed,
leaving the door closed. When he
returned 10 minutes later all the
chickens had gathered at the door
of the new coop and when it was
opened they went in and made
themselves at home. They never
had been there before and 'there
was no sign painted on the new
chicken house, but the sagacious
fowls recognized it and when they
became settled in their ucw home
they immediately began laying.
This structure differs from most
of the kind in that it has a ventilat
ing shaft reaching from the floor up
through the roof. At the bottom
nnd near the roof are openings for
nir. When the weather is cold the
top hole will be closed, thus keep
ing the warm nir in while the im
pure cold air from the bottom may
continue to pass out.
The Rev. J. A. Mitchell will not
preach as usual on the third Sun
day of this month, but iustead will
preach on the fourth Sunday, Nov.
26. Subject for 11 a. m. "Thanks
giving." Subject for 7:30 p. m.
"Run Speak to that Young Manl"
Word has been received from
Percy Walxer that his mother is
improving rapidly and he expects
to return to his homestead soon.
THE CITY ELECTION
Council Appoints Judges
GIVE NOTICE FOR DECEMBERS
Price Fixed for Ccmctary Lots and
Ornves--Salarlcs Are to bo
At the council meeting last week
three ordinances tvdrc. introduccl
nd read first time. Tlic first is to
reduce the pay of the city recorder
from $25 to S 10 a month, the sec
ond to cut off entirely the pav of
city treasurer, which is now $too
a year, and the third to reduce the
saloon license from' 600 to $400 a
year and make it payable quarterly
instead of annually' in' advance.
The following judges and clerks
of the city election', to be h6ld De
cember s wec appointed
Judges Ralph Sheldon, C. I).
Brown and Creed "SI. Triplett.
1 Clerks H. P. J. McDonald and
E. J. Wright.
The B. M. hall was chosen as
the polling placi' and the recorder
was ordered to give notice of
election as follows:
1'urMiaut to n resolution of the Com
.mon Council regularly pawed ou t' '
iioiiiusyo! November, 1905, 1 nerc v
fcive notice that a municipal elrrtmn for
the City of Heml, Oregon, will 1 hrM
in the mud Mercantile Hall in said dt
f Heml, on the 5th day of December
1905. front 8 a. m. to 7 p. m wlv t
officers as follows will be chosen
One Mayor for one year.
Owe Recorder for one year.
One Treasurer for one year.
One Marsfial for one year.
' Two Aldermen for one year.
Three Aldermen for veo jrears.
J. M. LAWRK.NCU,
The cemetery committee reported
a schedule of charges for lots and
Block A Iots $30" each, single
Block D tots $25 each, single
. Block B Lots $20 each, single
Block C Lots $15 each, single
Blocks E and F Lots $to each,
single graves $5.
Potters field Free.
Each lot has space for four graves.
Scholarly Indians Bring Barley.
Two Indians came over from
Warmspring this week with 90
bushels of barley for the Bend
market. They were offere 7
cents a" bushel at Forest and 4
cents at Redmond, but concluded
to bring their loads to Bend, where
they got 90 cents a bushel. This
was their first visit to Bend but
they had heard much about the
place and were pleased by their
They sold to the Mot Butte
jcompairy'. .Vhen they went to the
(office for tneir pay Miss Midlam
Wrote out a check to Cash and
wcntj'over to the bank and got the
jnoric'y for them, it never occuring
to her that Indians could make
any use qt a check. Then she was
puzzled t lyiow how she could get
from tjtem'some cui-jemta that the
bill1 was paid, but fin'aljy passed a
receipt to one of thcra aud(asked
him to put a mark op it., ,"I don t
know as'I can .write very w'ell,
he said as he. removed hisgiove,
Then he took the pen and wrote
his name in the proper place
Harry Miller iu the most bcautt
ful script imaginable. And Miss
Midlam has hardly got her breath
To the Public: The Bend Live
stock & Produce Company is doing
no new business and all persons
are warned against entering into
contract with, or giving credit to.
any person on behalf of said Betid
Livestock & Produce Company, as
said company will not hereafter be
responsible for any bills of such
Dated Bend, Or., Nov. 16, 1905.
To the Public: All bills due
the Bend Livestock & Produce
Compauy must be paid to the
undersigned, who is secretary aud
treasurer of the corporation.
Dated Bend, Or., Nov, 16, 1905.
C. H. Erickson. 35-4t