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BEND, OKKGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 190G.
C. S, BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bend, - Oregon.
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aim grttci! jimctir.
&?U. C. COE, M. D.
" V Oi'l'iClt OVlltt IIANIC
" Pliy.lciaii diid Surgeon
TKMiriiONit no. at
nofARV funt.tc inhuhanck
A. H. GRANT
Liverpool, London & (Kobe, nnd
Lancashire Fire Insurance
, ' Cotnpiinlcs.
'' BUND, OREGON
Xrook County Really Co
jtieal Estate Bought and Sold.
Ufa nnd Accident
warHVNIN HVtlJtflK UIUllKO Mtl,OO0l
The undersigned will
pay J 1 0.00 for the
detection and convic
tion or any person
who in any way will
fully Injures or de
stroys its lines in
THE WSCHUTES TELEPJIONE CO.
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NOTICK FOR PUHLIOATION.
U. B. liiiil Office. Mkevlcw. Oirgon.
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orTrvcie CllM diilnly of drawl lrveie,
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i Aup ami irki on claiming ' V'iTn.'Ji!
Vlioye-UeCTll.il U re KUiierttaiiO le their
Jtliilm In iil olK wi or Uhtc M ?0th "y ol
J,. WATrtOJf. Keglntcr.
Because wo are selling the . same and better
quality at a closer margin is a Very good
p reason why you wiU iRniour store the
b&b place to buy anything in the lino of
Groceries, Drygoods', furnish
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and.Oils
The PINE TREE STORE
I. A. SATIIGR, PROPRIETOR
All Wldtlisj bbnjrt?
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Rett 1 iftic
P. ft. D. PATENT ROOK
CUtffoft PWBO MILL IN CONNECTION.
jPHot Butte Development
r 1 0vratak3
vat in.'ny mii
' ho ttill
Tliu nt weok lin liccii.it stormy one.
Much faiow hn ffiUcii, "lid so linn the
thcriuoiuctcr, nfK'!,rT"K lowtw J6 lxs
low iiero. Not hm cold a InBt whiter ty
two ik'jja'w. AlKIItt lo IucIim o( HIIOW
uow.)vcrH the ground. Imt the weather
tin ti'nicd wnruicr mid wc hojic to sec
tlit tfow nil none In n few dayn.
V. A. Mudd and Walter Rutherfonl
drove up to Tnuuilo from ItidUw lust
Saturday on business,
W, H. Wilson of the IIuHwcll-Oucriu
ranch under the D. I. & I'. Co'tt Kre
uatloiit was in Tuiiiali) lust Saturday.
While here he purchased from O. V.
Wlmcr it Sunn three fine work liorscu to
lie used on their much 16 miles cut of
(lend. Wc are Kad we have a fi.w ieo
iile on the west vide who have faith In
thin iwmtf'y; while the kuockern arc at
RANCHERS LOSE CATTLE.
Recent Cold StorniM VcjMere
Sisti'.kh, 3fnr'cli 19. The snewtlpriii
which coimiieuctd an tho loth NtlllCou
tiuiicibtoJidlilju hivt ouly-xaiueU'dtrkh
of -jWl'ioinclic. Tile cold hiuti,,vM
very e-er on cattw ill thin nl'lu,hVbr-
- s and Thicknesses
Tk Loris of
Tbe 1. 1. & I'.
iTk C. S I. Co.
UTHGRED OYER THE COUNTY
hood. A roiinidcraljle loss is reported in
the McKiiibcy camp nci;h!)orhood.
Or. Turley relumed from hit trip to
ui-aiuii inai I'liuuj. v lire pieHMrvi lv
luu-e )tim with us uoiit us he is a Vert-
'mmjriant incior in our neiKUixiruuoxi.
1 he Kill l'riday evouliij; was quito A
success an is always the cane when the
Sisters jieoplo undertake to enjoy them
William DoukMia. rcturiiwl after a
week's vacation, to work for the 'Hack
Hliiah Jouua is kept very Intny deliver
iiiK WI this cold weather and cannot
Douthct New was up l'riday from the
lower dosert to attend St. Patrick's ludl.
Thomas Doak, driving for the Stroud
I.lvery Co. of l'r'.-.cvllle and Ilcud, Is in
town. He has with him James Maylierry,
uoverumcut laud inspector, who is look
lii( up homestead proofs.
John Taylor nnd Lester Gist were in
town Sunduy, tniikiu; arrangements to
give a Iwll 1 hursy evening, tHe a:d.
Theodore '.SePiidn returned to his
homestead Sntunliiy from the Willamette
vaiicy, wiierc in na
valley, where hi
lias spent the winter
with his arc
Kcvlvat luectitiK- will Vcfinmcncc at
the SUters school house Hridoy evening,
the 33d. m "i .
1 ReUnlond News Notes1.
RKDMorn,' OUrch ai. Uctlmoiul,
during the past week, has Imd n. choree
collectiotrofvctitheriani If our scttlersi
Continufd oil pg 'four.'
WILL BUILD LAUNCH
Steamboat to Bo Run on
the Upper Deschutes.
FOR SPORT AND RECREATION
Bend Men Plan4o Construct a Fishing
and Hunting Resort on tho River
above Benham Falls.
The whistle of a steamboat will
coon be heard on the upper Des
chutes River and the waters of this
stream will ere long feel the unac
customed touch of the boat's prow
as it cuts it way from Iknham Fall
to distant up-river points. A com;
pauy of Bend men are taking steps
to form an incorporation to build
and operate boats on the Deschutes
above Iknhntn Palls. The present
intention is to build a purely pleas
ure boat but it may expand into a
business concern as the country
develops and the railroads come.
The idea of building such a boat
came to Dr. W. S. Nichol last
Wednesday and 'he ''-immediately 1
started lherorgdnf-!tltn of a com
pany. NeUrly- everyone approached
fell right in Hue with1 the idea and
37 names were soon signed to the
plan. A meeting of those interest
ed was held at the Nichol store on
Wednesday night, at which Dr.
Nichol was chosen temporary chair
man and O. S. Crocker, secretary.
The following plans, briefly stated,
A company to be incorporated,
capitalized at $6,000. Par value of
sb.ares, $$bt Koi'ofic cnu hold more
than one stlkrcand sdihe in non-assessable.
Stock will be sold to de
sirable parties, purchasers being
limited to residents of Rend aud vi
cinity. No one can sell his stock
without the consent of the other
members. This is to prevent an
undesirable class from obtaining
membership. Shares nusold will be
held as treasury stock.
To keep the ball rolling the fol
lowing committees were appointed,
the temporary chairman being in
cluded in the first three committees:
'Organization!!. J. 1. McDonald,
Creed Triplett, Charles I). Kowe, K. A.
Griffin, Dr. Nichol.
Host building I. 1). Jan'is, John
Stcidl, S. C. Caldwell, A. W. l'ope, Dr.
Navigation aud location of lodges C.
S. Ilcnson, J, N. Hunter, John Ryan, K.
A. Sather, A. C. I.ucas, Dr. Nichol.
To propose name C. A. Chapman, I..
1). Wfest, Nick Smith, A. H. Grant, O.
Corporate organization C. S. Benson,
A. 1,. Goodwillic. II. C. Hills. Dr. U. C.
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The committee on navigation anil loca
tion of lodges is to thoroughly investi
gate legal points involved in the running
of the Ixiat.
It is planned to build the boat on
the river nnd I. D. Jarvis will un
doubtedly have charge of construc
tion. He has lincl experience in this
work back Kast. Present plans
contemplate a 30-foot boat with six
of tiight foot beam, propelled by a
10 or is ' horse-power engitie. It
will carry from 20 to 25 passengers.
Some of the members' favor n
smaller boat with gasoline for
motive power. Kstimates will be
obtained from outside firms on the
cost of small launches already built.
It may be decided to purchase one
of these nnd not build here.
A lodge will be built nt some de
sirable place near Iknham Palls.
This wil' be a log structure strictly
in harmony with the wild and rus
tic nature of the woods and stream.
A wide veranda will enclose the
lodge, u large fireplace with a crack
ling fire on n frosty evening will
give n touch of wannth and cucer
fttlriesu'lo the inferior; the nearby
river and the taly fiirtes silently
standing guaid will produce an
ideal place for rccrention mid sport
in "the heart of the ancient wood."
The boat can run about 30 guiles
up-stream nnd hjiotjher lotlgjtWill be
built nt the far eu'd,' A tiuiubsr of
row boats witl 'also1 be provided.
One feature of the organization
that will be strictly insisted upon
is the enforcement t)f rules against
ttnlawlul trespassing on lands along
the river, There will be very
rigid rules against damaging prop
erty in any way. The organization
will be glad to have all those join
who will observe these rules.
The chief purpose of the organi
sation for the present is to Create a
delightful place of recreation for the
members and their families. The
Deschutes River is noted for its ex
cellent trout fishing and the abun
dance of game, large and small, in
the country through which it flows
The lodges and the run of the boat
will be in the heart of this moot de
lightful country. While primarily
this is a local concern for local peo
ple, it is expected many parties
from Portland and elsewhere will be
glad to charter 'the boat -and rent
the lodges at various times. If the
undertaking Droves a success the
advantages of the upper Deschutes
for the man who loves the sport of
the rod and gun will be advertised
quite extensively. In time it is
hoped to create an ideal summer re
sort with the proposed boats and
lodges as n nucleus.
CITY COUNCIL AT WORK.
Bills Considered and Paid Complaints
Entered against Marshal lyobdell.
The tommon council at its spec-iahraecting-Tucsday
acted some business of unusual in
terest. The claim of A. G. Long of
Portland amounting to $1,395-50
for hose, hose cart and other fire
apparatus was ordered paid by two
warrants due Dec. 31, 1906, and
Dec 31, 1907.
A resolution was adopted direct
ing the mayor and recorder to exe
cute a contract on behalf of the city
with the Bend Water, Light &
Power Company for a terra of two
years from Sept 15, 1905- The
city is to pay a net rental of $17.50
per year upon each of nine hydrants
already installed, the company
agreeing to install an additional
hydrant at the new school house at
once for the same rental. The con
tract is made conditional upon the
installing of sufficient additional
steam power by the company within
two months from tjio execution ofj
A bill of $2.25 for taxes paid by
the P. B. D. Co. on property leased!
by the city was allowed. Tile curb
line was established on Ironwood
The bond of Floyd Lobdell as
marshal in the sum of $500 with
Creed Tnpieit ana li. . Uatten as
sureties was approved and accepted
At the suggestion of Mayor
Goodwillic a resolution was adopted
requesting the cituelis of Bend to
devote as much time as possible be
tween the 15th and idth Of April to.
municjbal house-cleaning, that is to
cleaning up and destroying waste
and rubbish about their yards and
in the streets and alleys adjacent.
Alderman Stroud created some
thing of a dissension by introducing
a communication addressed to, the
mayor and common council charg
ing Marshal Lobdell with neglect of
duty. Tuts provoked considerable
discussion, Alderman Overturf ob
serving that the marshal must have
attended to duty a portion of the
time at least since he had lately ar
rested three out of the Six. aldermen
for the violation of city'ordinanccs.
The charges will be considered at a
special meeting held jbr that pur
pose next Tuesday evening. It is
claimed by the friends of Mr. Lob
dell that this attack upon him is
due to his-jigid enforcement of the
city ordinances without fear or
Oood Words for Bend's Mayor.
Mavor A. L. Goodwillic of Betul
was a visitor in Madras on -Thurs
day aud Friday, going from this
place to rruieville Saturday morn
nig. Mr. Goodwillic, who is inter
ested in the townsite of Bend and
also in the lumber business at that
place, has the uLsuncHoii of being
the youngest governor in the state.
It might be added that his progres
sive policy has been largely respond
sible for the splendid condition dw
the municipality of Bend, both as
to its present,, financial condition
and asito the lnrge number of im
provements aud public utilities
which have been established there.
Tf&nd 'was incorporated " less 4Jian
two years ago. Madras Pioneer.
ARE BUILDING HOMES
of Much Activity. rffTl
MANY ACRES m.V, Bfc SftMV
ThefWHdcrneas !i ..!rigit' ar"d"
the-Hand of Mo a .Mm im
provenwnts An Bciflg Made
(SpecUl Corropot ' i if t.
ToMAto. Mat . 1
builder is hard s wM 1
gion arid where '"of ye
brush, junipers . id nlut
reigned supreme ilnrjoon
forUblc and pros
years ago this pi
was a very deso
There were no n
roe Jvn- Pivr
' of th "Hufty
ile tooki-i. f'Au
-lies u- sr-'v'fc cf
'.: G;t.'B ! thi
r7 - ' f?
About that time '.:
to open up a rani -miles
north of here.
about 300 acres in cnUivattoa. Wo
Callister Bros, soon thereafter bg ail
improving their place. They ve
steadily improved it until now thy
have abotit 350 acres under cilltiva
tion, with good fences, buildings,
and everything very convenient that
goes to make up a model home.
Thomas Arnold opened a ranch
near McCallister's and made many
improvements and later sold it to
Messrs. Gist, Turley and Van Tas
sel, who divided' it into three
ranches of 160 acres each. They
are steadily improving theic prop
erties. Mr. Burkart and Mr. Mc-
Kenney also improved their places
to keep pace with the others. Dr.
McKinnsy alterwards sold out to
Washington parties, while Mr.
Burkart is still making miny im
provements on his land that show
he has faith.
About that time Edward White
located on a place lour arid a half
miles northeast of Tumalo aud now
has about 140 acres uader cultiva
tion. He has a model grain and
hay ranch. He also r-feei potatoes',
watcrmclonsi and-many tender .ycc-
1 etables. Mr. Post, who Ifves 'near
Mr. White, mu3t not be forgotten
as a man who is helping to turn
sage brush to a more valuable prod
uct by clearing up a neat little home
ranch. Mr. Post is a bachelor as
well as Mr. White but they are not
discouraged with the prospects of
this country- '
J. H. Edwards & SrrlK- aniav
many improvementsjtltal s iw
productive qualities pt V 4jtkat'y
They haw about 100 . 1 -.aue;
cultivation and manr lu J,in LhY
are needed on a rant 1
Levefinge Bros. i a Utf t
three miles northeaj . if Turn Y j
the fall of 1904, hay t 1j.h &?
ready for cultivation. ",. .1
irotn UKiauoma at; a ua' : , t
this country. Mr, tigitt'1' '
lives near them, i'g4,iyirj
ing his lands and l.-ifl" wi ,
model farm. Hugh ihnrrw t
proving his homcjWatt i 1 w '!
r -.. . . t .
iiave a large ratv$
past has been tlit
Mr. Gerking, t
1 i' .tcre.
Mr. Gibson, has
and good build in,,
have the greater
around. He air
acres seeded. - '
Next comes the Cook ranch form
erly owned by McGowau. Under
Mr. Hansen s supervision they have
about 80 acres under cultivation,
mostly seeded to timothy, clover,
and alfalfa. 'This was doing nicely
before the lat snow and promises
to make a stfecess. Mr. Hansen
threshed several hundred bushels of
grain lasf fall, the product of the
J, M. i'atton is improving lauds
belonging to himself and brother,
Who is at Waitsburtr. Wash. He will
Shave in the neighborhood of 200
acres uuder cultivation this year.
Mr. Patton is frotu the famous
Rogue River Valley and he says this
country is good chough for him.
Couch Bros, are busy making
improvements pi their lands and
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