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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BF.ND, ORHCON, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906.
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bend, - Oregon.
W. P. MYERS
Twelf ywra irlt vtuMlw htlait llie U. 8,
I.hhA OfTltr and IHtMi1iN(iil "I lilt Inlctlvr.
Alan nfal pistllr.
Office, Laidi.aw, Oltlt.
U. C. COE, M. D.
OIM'ICK OVHU 1IANJC
Physician and Surgeon
Tltl.HI'llONIt NO. 31
MOTARV 1'UM.IC INHUKANCIt
., A. H. GRANT
Liverpool, London & (llolic, mul
Lancashire Hire Insurance
Crook Comity Really Co
Ken! Estate Bought mid Sold.
I.lfo mul Accident
omCH IN W LLMtlN HIILMNU UHII, OH MON
Because wo ore 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
The PINE TREE STORE
12. A. SATIII2U, IMWRIIilOU
The undersigned will
pV $10.00 for the
detection and convic
tion of nuy cr$ou
who in uny way will
fully injures or de
stioy.s its lines in
Till: DESCHUTES TELEPHONE CO.
TIHtWr Mml. Act JUHri, itr(
NOTICU FOR PUBLICATION.
, . U. UhJ Ufltc. Th twltt. IKiim,
January a, i,
, NoK I Wifcr irlnH lint In rotaptUMo wttfc
Iks Mwrtiitw a lb art uf CafM a Juar ,
Mi mlHW -AM art for Ih Mir of llabrt UwK
III thr Ui of CallfMHta. Itkuh, NimU aud
WMklMtOH TVrtlWKy. a rlctMta lo all Ih
public (awl tata by act or Aufiwt 4, isy,.
V Luke II CtKhllN.
MlUUrafc county of Owl Malr oTntmrn, baa
IkhiUirMtnllHtHt ffM hl wn, Matamml
JfO. Jjfl, luftbc imrcttMC a" lb MKHWU. HK
wK, lt j awl a, f mt j, li is i, t hi c. w m.
Ah. I will Mltr 'itif In how that IIicUihI
mhiI U mate valuable far IU timber or Mime
ilMH far uKiicwIlmal (HirtHM.. am) UmliMMi
bU cUlw lo mM UihI hefwr l. I' Hr.
II. it CyMmiMttttirt , at ht nit I11 Madiai, or
KatC m lite slh day of May, o4
lie iMmix ai wIImwhi Thorn. I. Malloy.
Ann A. Slaltoy, Ami juhn liliam, .11 of Ma.tra.,
t)itftw. Michael J. Mofiiwti, uf ll.ixl. Orraoti
Any awl all ttotn claiming ailviiy the
aUc-4wllUiiilaic iniuaMadiu filrtlilr
tlalm in Dili ullWr ihi or IwfMefcM InUyol
U mi SIICIIAIII. T, NOLAN. Ktiilitcr.
A Complete Stock of
RoiikIi, Surfaced mid moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
"1. & G. FLOORING
O. G. UASHUOARD
V. . I). PATENT ROOMING
KTC, IvTC. . .
The Lands of
rrhe D. I. & P.
Ik C. S. I. Co.
CUSTOM FOOD MILL IN CONNUCTlON.
Pilot Butte Development
TlutWr I.AH4. Art Juix j, Hr
NOTICK FOR l'UIJLICATION.
Ui H. ItaiMt orWr, l.akrvlrw, trKoii.
Ma ttli , lyk..
Motlcr U hrrrl'y (lvu thai lunmillaiicr wild
the iifuvUluiHiilllir t of CaniiiaM uf June,
;7. rntltlnl "An act for the aalc oTllmlirr Uiid
In tha.utlMuf California, Otrgoti, Nrvala, ami
WatliliiKtuuTcttltiHy, m enttmteil lu all the
pulrtlc Unil tal liy act of Aimiul i.lhfi.
Harry 1. miiix,
DfTrnvirw City, county of Oraml TratMi.r,
tntr of MkliUan, liaa tliln itay fllr.1 In tin unlcr
I1I1 wrii ttattnicut No iai, for Die (Hircliaic
it hi wi v y, ii 91 , r 14 r, w in.
Ami will ufTrr tirof to liow Dial the laud
aaughl U iiiwe valiwMr for lu tltiibrr eratwie
than for amlailliirat iiiiuhmcu ami in r.ml.11.1.
lilicialm IumUI laml Ixforr Cmiiily Clrrk of
biuuR iviiuiyi wirjiun, ni inaoillM, ill I'llncvlllr,
Otrxoii, on Hdliinlay, tlic atti ilay of May
lie name r wltunwai Joxpli N, lluiiler,
lulin lllo., Allwit C, 1,11cm mul lame I).
Jluiicyiunii, nil ul lleml, Ormtin,
AnyaiMt all roii4 rlnlniliiR aivrrely Hit
nlnivtMleMtllinl lauiUHm rrquealnl lofile lliclr
clalma In 1I1U oltke on or litfbre aUl Mill ilay ol
liiMinayij J, H, WATHCN, Itealittr.
NO'J'IOH FOR PUiyJOATION.
Drparlinciit of tlleiii.erlori
V. H, I.uml orficc. Tlic Dalle, Ortjtoti.
Mirch J, y06,
S'ollce U litretiy itlven tliol the following,
imiiuil tttlcrliefileil notlccKif their latciitluii
lo inahe Dual proof 011 llirlr rtpectlc claim,
ami tlinl aalil proof wW,lfl iuulc ticlore the
County eieik at I'tliieylllf.Oteuon, on April fill,
brrrlncUUc. )rcon, an II. . No, jjjfl, I.aWe.
lcw Htrle. for the iieKw)', iiHc), cc Ji unit
iiwJ(nwU,ncil, Ip i,r lye Willi
jumt M MoiuKomcry,
ofrrliietllleiUrecoidoii II. Id No, 3157, 1.nke-
, 'lor me c)(w)i, ite ami ctf
eii cf;jj,'ip'i , r iws.w iui
They name the following wltueaac to prove
lliclr loutliiiiou rcdilciiet iliou ami cultivation
ClmrleM. Moulgoinery, Jaitie M. Mout(om
try, utuljame lllocL, all bfrrliicrllle.OreKoa:
JohuK. Ayaa,amt William 1. Vnmlevctt, both
of Ikiul j ()ttiui and II, I'rauk Weil, qfl.ava,
mm. MlCliAitf.T. NOLAN, Meililcr,
To nil stock owners miiKlnjr stock
in Crook County, Oregon.
The Deschutes Irrlcntion fie Pow
er Company, tluly organised under
the lo,ws ol tlie suite ot uroKou,
hereby gives notice that they have
exclusive control of nil scirregntcd
lauds under the Carey Act in Crook
county under the Pilot Butte and
Central Oregon canals, operating
under contract with the State of
Oregon, and hereby notifies nil per
sons that uli alid alter this date it is
positively forbidden to allow horses,
cattle, sheep1 or hogs to cross nuy of
the segregated lamis ot tins com
nanyj to range thereon or nllow nny
stock to polutc the waters of nny
caiials or laterals of this company
tinder penalty ot the Jaw. , ,
Redmond, Or., March 27, 1906.
DltSCUUTKS IKKIOAVIOM & POWHK
D, I. & P. SllTTLKKS' AsHNm
C. F. Jacksoti, Secy.
;j. W. R0IS0Ns
. N - .j,.i,v i
Ol'ltlCIt AT HOTI. IIKHtl1
D1?ND, - . ORftObN
A DLAZn AT DESCHUTES.
Attic In (ho Stunts Hotel Catches
The W. II. Stants hotel at Des
chutes caught fire yesterday and
caused considerable excitement and
hard work for n few minutes. A
stovepipe, running through the
ceiling, an attic and the roof, is
believed to have been the cause.
When the fire was d covered the
cud of the attic was ablaze nnd be
fore i was put . atlt it had burned
seven oV .eight .jliolcs through the
roof and had caused considerable
damage to" the nttic. The fire had
gotten well under way before it was
discovered and if it had been given
a little more time would have prob
ably destroyed the building. A
bucket brigade to nnd from the
river finally cqnnuered the fire.
, 1 Saloon it.Iccuso Notice. ' 1 e
hiN), kvi March 30, 1996;,
n To the Honorable Mavor nnd
Common Council of the City; of
Jienci.. ,. i"
, Gentlemen: The undersigned- A,
Jif Jvstebenet, hereby respectfily
applies 'for u license from the City
of ItefyjLto selli&pirjtttqus, vinous
and tivtlt liquors dad iermeiited
cider in the building situtttcd on
Lot 11 of Block 7 bf theJityof
Betul, forKhe lriod of three
months from ia ,6Ut tfjywtf eApriL
A. B. EstiJDISNitT. I
FOUND "NOT GUILTY"
Such Was the Verdict in
the Gambling Case.
WEUK PLAYING ONLY FOR PUN
Dctnl Men Charged with Violation of
City Ordinance Defeat the City in
Recorder Hills' Court.
trial, they were Ora Poindcxter,
foreman: Milton Young, John Hen
sell, Gilbert Hagen, II. P. Johnson,
Band hns given another evidence
of its iiielrotwlitfln elturactcr.-' Like
Portland under the regime of Sher
iff Ward and Greater New York
under tlmt of District Attorney
Jerome, this city is trying to stamp
out the gambling evil within its
limits. The nrrejit last week of
"Mickey" Yoktlm, George W.
Whitsett, Sr., and J. Frank Stroud,
charged with the violation of the
city ordinance prohibiting gam
bling, caused nu unusual ripple of
excitement for a few days, accom
pttui&l with much discussion on the
streets. Brought into City Recorder
IJllis' court, the defendants lnnin-
'taiutxl that they were playing "for
lun only." The first jury, com
posed of six men good and true, dis
agreed as to the intent of the play
ers; the second jury, likewise com
posed of six able citizens, brought
in n verdict of not guilty.
At the meeting cm Tuesday,
March 13, the council passed an
ordinance to repeal ordinance No.
27, enncted to prevent the practice
of gambling in the city by forbid-
I'AKAIERS ARE BUSY.
Much Development Work Being Done
In the Tumnlo Region.
TUMAr.o, March 26. The warm wind
and rnins of -the lout week have taken
the miow all nway ami the bahny days of
priiiR Mie with ut at lut. Oman and
fall miwii (train are IlourUlilliK. I'artncni
are huay clearhiK nml ploHing ami a
jjrat amount of new ground will be un
ler cultivation this year.
In addition to the large Hit given in
latt week' iticr, the following rauchcrs
are also helping to develop this country:
George 1'ullian, who located about three
tnilea north of Ttiinalo, has about 50
acre under cultivation ami is very en
thusiastic over this country. Mr. Full
inn lost fall seeded tcvcral acres to alfal
fa, which has withstood the winter nml
i a credit to any country.
Mr. McCormaclc has many acres under
cultivation. Although he is almost
totally blind he still continues to im
prove his place in a marvelous way. Mr.
Nichols, near him, lias made many im
provements on his laud, but on account
uf his Ileal tli uc are sorry to say he lias
liod to leave here. We hot.e to see him
with us again soon.
Mr. Ramsey is making improvements,
clearing, etc. Mr. Murk has a neat
home place opened up and is still im
nrovini! it. Mr. Snider has manv acres
under cultivation. Mr. Coroealous still
improves his land and will have a very
neat home to show for his faith in Crook
.Mr. Koot is still
ARE COMING TO BEND
0. S. L. Surveyors. Work"
ing This Way.
ROAD WILL BRANCH AT BURNS
Chief Engineer of Oregon Short Llrte
la Investigating Proposed Routes
West from Ontario.
busv iinnrovini' his
ditch laud. Uc has many acres under
I. K. Wimer and Charles Spaugh have
their 48o-acrc tract almost fenced and
many acres cleared.
I'. V. Swischtr must not be forgotten
as a hard working man. He has one of
the nicest looking homes cleared that
one will sec in a desert country any
where. , lf. 1. Ground, who has a homestead
ding card or dice games played for I ?nc mi,c CMl .Tima!o, will make many
ot value The' "TOTiti-,-n: ":,:rr--jr- . t":
!a.,....m... j 4.uit. . tllllur UinUUUCl
cultivation end lus n inrxlM liniiii
any representative of Value The
repealing ordinance, however, could
not go into effect uutU it was signed
by the mayor and duly published.
Before these formalities, were gone
through with and on. the evening of
March 19, J. I'rauk Stroud nnd
"Mickey" Yokttm were indulging
in what they claimed to be n "fun"
game of dice and of "Twenty-one"
iu the saloon of George "W. Whit
sett. Marslml I.obdell, apparently
wiiuoui nny sense 01 cicucncy or
propriety, went in during the prog
ress of the gnmc. Believing that
he knew n gambling game when he
saw it and that he was then and
there in the visible presence of the
renl thing, he caused three com
plaints to be issued under ordinance
T n a
io. 27 one against stroua asj
player, one against . "Mickey" as
dealer, and one against Whitsett as
I he defendants were brought be
fore City Recorder F.llis the next
morning when they pleaded not
guilty. Knch was admitted to bail
and the cases continued till last
Monday, that defendants might pro
cure counsel. At the request of
the City the case of J. Frank Stroud
was first tried. The trial of the
case consumed all of Tuesday nnd
the jury nfter being out nbout eight
hours, were discharged, beinc un
able to agree. On Wednesday a
new jury was impanelled nfter a
good deal of difficulty iu securing
the requisite number of eligible
jurors. The second trial resulted
iu n disagreement, but pursuant to
stipulation the conclusion reached
by n majority of the jury was agreed
to be n sufficient verdict in the case
mul four out of the six jurors stand
ing for acquittal, nil of the defend
nuts were discharged, as it had been
further stipulated that the verdict'
iu Stroud's case was to decide the
other two. The case was prosecuted
and defended with vigor and there
was unusual interest taken in the
While the defendants in these
cases were acquitted, it is the gen
eral impression tlttft tJie.city author
ities propose ip eniorce.'the ordi
nances wtlvout fcar,$r favor,?
The cfiy was representee! by OV
,. Beuson. ot Bend and the defend
nuts byrG,, W. Bnrnes of Prine
The jurors in the ..tjrst: trial were
G. i.W. Trinlett. forOmari.v Tnmes
Shtldod,.. J. P. McDonald;
Marcus N'cal is makintr manv improve
ment 011 his land.
Mr. McCall has cleared about 20 acres
on his desert claim this winter.
Mr. McKutt of Ios Angeles, Cal., who
owns land under the Columbia Southern
Irrigation Co.'s canal, has contracted
wuii tuc louowing parties to clear loo
acres preparatory to seeding this spring:
Mr. Reynolds of Clinc l'alls has a con
tract for 40 acres, Ilrown & Williams 40,
Mr. Rnmsey so. We arc glad to sec the
gooi worK go on.
Ilesides these many improvements in
the lat five years, the towu of Laidlaw
has sprung up and building is steadily
going 011 ihere. It promises to be a
prosperous town. They have a daily
mail except Sunday, a telephone system,
and the beautiful Deschutes river run
ning silently by the town.
We have a mail route to Tuuutlo from
Ilend three times per week, which is a
great benefit to the matiy people in this
vicinity. Next we will have a school.
wnicn win Dc a long felt want satisfied.
The C. S. I. Co. have a crew of men at
work on their ditch, making laterals nnd
many other improvements. They have
several men at the head of the ditch
working the water down and expect to
have water oti the desert iu a few days.
The snow is reported to tie about three
feet deep ut their headworks.
A petition for a road from TumaIo to,
Laidlliw on the township lijte most of
the way was circulated last Week. It re-f
cetvetl many names.
Walter Arnidout of Titmalo was at'
Mr." Debing of Laidlaw was a Tuuuto
visitor, one day last week.
T. A. Jensen of Tumalo was at Laid
law Monday on business.
The surveyors working on the
proposed Natron-Ontario line across
Central Oregon are now running
their lines in the vicinity of Burns
in Harney county, and information
coming from that place says that
one crew will work toward the
northwest, heading for the Bend
country. Another crew is working
to the southwest and it is believed
that Lakeview is the objective
point. Thus it is seen that present
indications strengthen the belief
that the Oregon Short Line, run
ning west from Ontario through
Vale and Burns, will scud off two
branches at Burns or in that vicin
ity, one coming in a northwesterly
direction through the Bend country
toward Portland or some other
Oregon port, while the other will
run to Lakeview and make connec
tions there with roads building into
that place from the south and west.
There seems to be more activity
at the present time on this line
west from Ontario than on auy oth
er railroad surveys through Central
Oregon. A recent dispatch from
Vale, which is on the line of the
Natron-Ontario extension, says that
Mr. Wagoner, chief engineer for
the Short Line, expected to start on
his tour of investigation of the dif
ferent feasible routes for the Oregon
Short Line soon but owing to the
snow he decided to wait until the
weather had cleared up. He will
go down through Central Oregon
towards Lakeview and on to the
Southern Pacific lines in one direc
tion, and will also take the line of
survey talked of across the state
through Burns to Bend. Stirvej -ors
are at work now south of Burns,
at what is knowii as Narrows.
All this goes to strengthen the
belief that only a few months will
pass before construction on the road
west from Ontario will be pushing
rapidly into the interior of the state,
with the strong probability that a
branch line will be sent northwest
ward from the vicinity of Burns in
to the Bend country.
DRAKE BRINQS QOOD NEWS.
t Meeting of Boat Club.
Special meeting of steam boat
club for Monday night, April 2.
All hands are nsked to be on deck
at 8 o'clook sharp at Dr. Nichol's
store. Auy one absent is likely to
W. S. Nichoi.,
King for County Treasurer.
W. F. Klug of Prinev'Ule was in
Bend during the week interviewing
the voters of this precinct. Mr.
King is a candidate forUhe republi
can nomination for county treasur-
lerl.,He isouejpf the late.candidates
ao enter, me navgi, uavingnut, re
ceutlyinade his announcnletlt. .Jf
Mr. King secures the nQuu'uatibii
and election to the office to which
he aspires, he will make an efficient
Id the sscoudl
TWhu TSMuu1 TT...L........ .t
Kiiatr-W.vj.t&M-MCV. t.NlUMS-OV.ll KUVIU
wejguttof all season, cheap fof
cash at Bend Mercantile Co. $Mf I
More Proof of Bright Future- for
Bend from Recent Indications.
A. M. Drake returned home last
Saturday after an absence of six
weeks in Portland and San Fran
cisco. lrom private information
obtained he is more assured than
ever that there' will soon be some
thing doing in railroad work in this
section, and that it won't be loug
before there is a second aud pos
sibly a third road into or at least
within reach of Bend.
He refuses to discuss the rumor
in regard to the proposed electric
power development, merely saying
present talk would be premature,
but practically admits that there is
something under consideration for
the future when conditions warrant.
He also refuses to make state
ment regarding the ditch company
controversy, further than that the
company has made no effort to ad
just the matter and that it will
probably have to go to the supreme
court to determine whether the,
company has any right to water
beyond the 169 second feet takeu
out through the original flume, be
fore its enlargement. He claims
.the company has no right to water
for the Central Oregon canal by
supplying it through a branch cut
ott irom the Pilot Butte cantl, and
no right to invade his U&As to
make change .vt-nauthoriztd ia its
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