The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, May 04, 1906, Image 1

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    THE BEND
BULLETIN
17 ' '
VOL. IV
IJKND, OREGON, J'RIDAYf MAY .1, 1906.
NO. 7
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
C. S. BENSON,'
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Beiul, - Oregon.
W. P. A1YIHRS
LAND ATTORNEY
Twtlvr yi-tr. iiwUt ttler UAHr Ihr V. .
MhI nHil Hcpuflmwit of Ihc iHUitvf .
Office,
Laidlaw, Oku.
U. C. COE, M. D.
OPIMCH OVMK IIANK
Physician and Surgeon
' TKI.KHIONK MO. 21
MINI) ORKOON
NilTAKV M'BUC IMHUHANCK
A. H. GRANT
Agrnl fur
Liverpool, l.ontlon (t 1IoIk. niiU
l(iiclilre PI re Insiinuico
CoiiipniiloH.
HliNI), OKIKION
Crook County Really Co
Km I folate llought and Sold.
Life ami Accident
INSURANCE.
lint is LI f IK M'tltHNO Mill.IMill
TUIPLBTT BROS.
' Barber Shop & Baths
' tti-si of accommodations and
work promptly done ,
' WAI.l. HT. IIH.Ntl, OKHOON
J. VV. ROBISON
Veterinary Dentistry
fy 4 IKK T " I.tVllltV TMSIH'IIK
ll;M, .... UKIK'.ON
R. B OARAIAN,
Barber
IIOTIJL KKDMONI) Call and sec
inc.
' " 'ti;i(lM, UKIUiON.
1 $!0 Per Acre $10
Irrigated Land
. Crook County, Oregon. Deed di
rect from State. WRITE for pam
phkt and map. H. S. Cook & Co.,
iS Alder Street, Portland, Oregon.
- REWARD! -
The undersigned will
p.V fio.oo for the
detection mil convic
tion of tiny person
who in any way will
fully injures or de
stroys its lines in
Crook County.
TUB DESCHUTES TELEPHONE CO.
Notice!
4 1 All parties owning lands or
I any riparian interests along the
DESCHUTES RIVER
1 arc reuuested to sciul addresses
" and land descriptions to A. M.
J DRAKE, IJKND, ORECON.
i ,
Smim
y Wanted.
I J. To contract to deliver 750,006'
r feet of logs, to commence May ret,
Hawkins' Bros.,.
' , PriucvHte;
Because wo nro selling Uio same and better,
quality at a closer margin is a very good
reason, why you will find our store the
best place to buy anything in the line of
Groceries, Drygoods, Furnish
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and Oils
The PINE TREE STORE
I!. A. SATIIHIt, I'KOPKimott
A Complete
DRY
At Haul,
Oregon.
Rough, Surfaced
-LUMBER-
All Widths, Lengths mid Thicknesses
INCH COMMON
DIMENSION
S.H I FLAP -
RUSTIC
T. & G. FLOORING
BEADED CEILING
WINDOW JAMHS
WINDOW CASING
HEAD BLOCKS
0. G. BASEBOARD
STAIR TREADS
WATER TABLE
6. O. BATTINS
MOULDINGS
1. II. D. PATENT ROOFING
HUNCH PICKETS
SHINGLKS
ETC., ETC. r
Reasonable
Prices
(iood
Grades
Dry
Slock
CUSTOM FOOD MILL IN CONNECTION.
The
Pilot Butte Development
Company
BEND,
NOTICH OF SALE OP UNPATBN
TBI) SWAMP LANDS.
Notice is hereby given that the
State Laud Board will receive scaled
bids until two o'clock v. i, July
24, 1900; for any interest the state
amy llave in the following described
unpatented Swamp Lauds, to-wit:
TheNE'.', N'j of SHtf, SW'J
of SH ; and SEtf of SWJj of
Section 2.1 and VJ j of Section 2$,
Tp. 3SS..R. 6 fi., the lands in
Section 35 being unsurvced.
All bids must be accompanied by
an application and affidavit to pur-
ciiase in accordance wttli section
3303 of Bellinger rihd Cotton's Code
and declaration as provided by Sec
tion 330T and by cash or check for
full auiollnt offered.
No bid for less than $1.00 per
acre will be considered.
The right to reject any and all
bid; is reserved.
Applications and bids should be
addressed to G. G. Brown,,, clerk
State Land Board, Salens Oregon,
and marked, "Application ,xnud bid
to- ptircliasc Unixitcnt(l , $w(unp
LariUs." G. G.,Bkiwn,
Clerk Stnte.iuiid Hoard.
Dated this 36th Mty of April, 1906
Look up' arid sec if vou do not
rieeil a .new pair of sliced Then 116
and get, some, of those the Bend
MercaptitcQa. arecldsiiiEdtit cheap
for cash, xThoy hnvft some odd
ijizes .and Styles vuw they cah save
you money,
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T- " -
Stock of
and Moulded
At Ucnd,
Oregon.
Lumber
Delivered at
Low Cost
Anywhere on
iTlie Lands of
llic D. I. & P.
Co., or
Tlic C. S. I. Co.
OREGON
,yd
For Woman's Su(lrago,
I am in favor of woman's suffrage
under any circumstances, but were
I a resident of Oregon where they
have the tjriluary election law in
full force I would be doubly zeal
ous in its advocacy. I believe it to
be the concensus of opinion of those
who have observed matters political
that woman's suffrage bus been a
success in Idaho even with the con
ditions under which it has been
tried.' The great obstacle 'to sue
cessful politics iir our day is the
caucus niid convention system
which, i(i nij; judgment, has been
frultfu of .more corruption and mis
conduct in miblic life than all other
Ijojitical jsyjus combined, and this
ays.te.iu, is especially objectionable to
women voters. In othef words,
thc,batUc.U but h)ilfvAm when the
tight to,y.o,ttf ft SAV.wi,' for under the
vcnal-brccding system of caucus
aud cpuwitfian nomination, women,
though voters, are deprived of their
greatest inllueiice in politics. While
bclleviug earnestly in woman's suf
rage, I believe also that h will meet
with the greatest success in states
where such laws obtain as obtain
in the state of Oregon.
...Y&E- liORAit, ..
Boise, Idaho.
id sterna
lias
had several
rjdcrcMt this wck-TOUjultaKup
h'fs'.cattic to take them up the Des
chutes to his summer pasture.
GOVERNOR MAY COME
Good Program for Farm
ers Institute.
STATU LAND BOARD TO COMB
Tlicnc Formers (Mcctlni: of (Ircot Im
portance to SeltlerS'-Uate
Not Yet Set.
The plans for the farmers meeting
at Bend are, being rapidly perfected
Thi! program is practically complct
ed though die precise date has not
liceu set as the committee in charge
has not been able to fix a date that
is satisfactory to all concerned.
The members of the state land
board, consisting of Governor Cham
lerlim, Secretary of State Dunbar
and State Treasurer Moore, have
signified their desire to be prcicut.
The meml)crs of the present land
board are all well known to settlers
in the vicinity of Bend where they
have attended a number of meetings
of settlers, aud their presence will
doubtless attract many visitors.
The settlers under most of the
canals in the vicinity of Bend are
vitally interested in the character of
the men who make up the state
land board.
The Carey Act, under which the
two chief irrigatiou companies in
this district arc operating, makes
this board the representative aud
trustee of the people. Upon the
fearless and honest discharge of its
duty by the state land lonrd de
jxmds the proper execution of the
Carey law and the strict fulfillment
of their contracts with the state on
the part of the-irrigating companies
Settlers in this vicinity should
make it a point to meet these men
aud get their views.
It is doubtful if auy representa
tive of the experiment station at
Corvalliscnn be present at this
meeting. The school year at the
agricultural college is drawing to a
close aud none of the teaching force
can be spared at this time. It is
planned to hold another meeting at
Bend later in the season at which
time the experiment station will
doubtless be represented. It has
been decided to have a dance some
time during' the meeting, probably
in the evening after the literary and
musical exercises have been con
cluded. Activity Among1 Tlmbermen Here.
There seems" to be quite a stir
among lumbermen in this vicinity.
At present there are three large
firms doing much cruising here
abouts. They are as follows:
The Deschutes Lumber Com
pany, ol Minnesota, represented by
John Ryan; The Crookstou Lumber
Company, of Minnesota, represent
ed by J. 15. Kelly aud The Brook
ings Box aud Lumber Co., of
Highlands, California., represented
by W. J. Ward.
Help Make the City Ucautliul,
There are a number of people in
Bend who arc making commendable
improvements in the appearance of
their property aud are thus vast
ly improving the general appear
ance of the town as a whole. After
the long dusty journey across the
desert, with its sage brush, lava
rock and sand, the bright green
lawns, which are steadily growing
in size and number here, are very
grateful to the eye.
The householders of Beiul gener
ally take pride in the appearance of
their property, as is shown by well
kept yards and fences, attractively
painted buildings -by lawns alil
thriving plants aud fruit trees. "
The lawn about A. M. Drake's
residence is undoubtedly the finest
in town. It has taken time, money
and unremitting effort to produce it
but the result is a lawn that for size
tmJ,ttniformity of growth will com
pare with any n the larger cit
Mrs, Steele and A. C. Lucas, ar)r
developing a,, growth, of grass upon
th'cjyols. The Siscuiore house, pi
0reon street, is surrouuded by a
fiue. lawn witti a row of poplar trees
aloVthe sWes. ' '' '
U. F. Batten aud John Overturf
have devoted much time and labor
to improving the grounds surround
ing their houses tin Iron wood ave
nue aud the results show the efforts
expended. J. II. Oncill, A. B
Kstebcuct aud A. II. Grant havt
laid the foundation for beautiful
homes in the planting of shade and
fruit trees and the seeding of lawns.
Let every householder in Bend dc
all in his power to beautify hi
property thus supplementing tin
manifold natural advantages ol
Bend's locution; the effort will lx
worth nil it costs in pleasure to tin
eye to say nothing of its value in t
commercial sense.
Tumnlo News.
John dvranl of Redmond wa in
Tumnlo thU week.
Mrs, I!al;cr lias been Msrlounly ill but
i now improving. ,
The C. S. I. Col are putting In a new
head-Kale at-the head of their ditch.
Mrs. Cliaile Spaugh, who liaa been
tick with lypltoid fercr. i again able t
be out.
Several large loadt of lumber from lh
Dorrknce mw mill paated through Tom
ato thto week, going to Mr. Dorrance't
hoinettefttl above Ilend.
M e are norry to Hot the death of ilia.
I.oui Murk, of Inllaw. She wan a
great favorite of Iter many friemla, who
will iuImi her very much.
J. I'.. Wittier hail the tnWortuiic to get
hi Miltllc horte tangled up in a bartwil
wire fence one night hut week atxl tome
very Krioua cuts rcaulted.
Hightower & Smith have installed a
top saw ami are now able to taw larger
t'lttlter from which they arc turning out
att excelloflt grade of lumber.
Mr. and Mr. Norcrott, former resi
dents of iMuglas county, arrived in Laid
law laat week. Mr. NorcroM has pur
chased 40 acres of C. S. I. Co. land two
miles cast of Tutiulo and will toon begin
improving 11.
Kosland Items.
Koslaud hotel reports business good.
George llogue is on the sick list this
week.
Everybody is busy putting in garden
this week.
The Ijtowa'rd girl-t arc attending school
in Kosland.
The dance given by Mr, llogue was a
MicccM, socially.
Mi leMMe Andrews opened school in
Kosland Monday morning.
Families arc passing through Rostand
daily on their way to Klamath Falls.
The weather is warm aud the grass it
good aiid the garden truck is growing
rapidly,
U;A. Fin.llcy passed through Kosland
Sunday evening on his way to Demi to
round up his cattle. He js going to take
them to the summer range in Klamath
county.
Out of tho Ordinary.
''Dad" West reports that straw
berry plants that were1 trhusplautcJ
last Friday in the Drake garden
were in full bloom on the following
Monday. How is that for a sample
of Betid products. He also says
that hop vines show a growth of
three aud a half feet so far this
season.
A. II. Grant has several eggs dis
played in his store window, which
arc of unusual size. One was laid
by one of his plyniouth rock hens
and weighs four ounces. The cir
cumference ttie long way of this egg
is 7 7-8 inches and it measures 64
inches around the shortjVay. The
ether eggs were laid by hens belonging-
to A. C. Lucas and are
more like turkey's eggs than hen's
eggs. Mrs. O'Kane also has a
wonderful hen that lays eggs with
three yolks.
A. IT. Grant has a curiosity in
his store window that is causing no
little comment. It is a man's head
made of Knglish clay. The crpwn
of the head is made with crevices,
ruuuiug around it aud these crevi
ces have been filled with grass seed.
The head is hollow aud is kept full
of water which causes the crass to
row and at present the head is
cuvcrcu wiiu a growin 01 green.
Our barber, Teed, Triplett, has
been engaged to kiep this, gentle
mau's hair cut. Bring on your
lawn mower. Nextl
There will be a meeting of the
Commercial Club next Tuesday
jveutng.pt B, M. hall. The var
ous "commtttees appointed four
,vpeks ago will report and plans for
the jfarujer's rowing will be dis
cussed All who have not joined
are ttrged to do so,
ARE NOW BUILDING
Construction Begun at
Sherar's Bridge.
BUYS MORE RlfiHT.0F-WA
Itend Alan Just Returned From Mad
raa Reports Encouraging Rail
Road News.
Hugh O'Kane has just returned
rom a trip to Madras and reports
ncouraging news en the rail road
situation. Actual construction
vork has commenced on the Ore
gon Trunk line at the mouth of the
Deschutes aud at Sherar's bridge,
o miles south. As stated in last
week's Bulletin right of way has
ecn arranged for as far south as
Madras. It is stated that The
Qalles-Dufur line will ultimately
e completed to join the Oregon
Trunk line at Madras or some
point further north, thus constitut
ing a feeder for the rich wheat
country in Wasco county.
It will be remembered that a
prominent official of The Dallcs
Dufcr road made the statement to
Mayor Goodwillie some weeks ago
that his road would .extend 100
miles before next winter. There is
a persistent mmor that the same
people arc behind both these lines
and that they are in close touch
with the Northern Pacific-Great
Northern Company.
Gets More Rlgh-of-Way.
(Mulrai lioutcr.)
Right-of-way through half a
dozen ranches lyinp along the Des
chutefrom the mouth of Trout creek
on down, was purchased last week
by F. S. Gordon, for the Oregon
Trunk Line, and in several in
stances a time limit was set within
which the right of way must be
occupied by the railroad in order to
make the deed to right-of-way ef
ective. In one instance it was
stipulated that the right-ofway
should be actually occupied by the
railroad within two years, other
wise the right-of-way is to revert to
the grantor. The willingness ' oT
the company to incorporate these
stipulations in their right-of-way
contracts cannot be construed other
wise than as an earnest intention
on their part to build the rail road
into Central Oregon at once.
Mr. Gordon, while here, was
quite emphatic in his assurance that
the Oregon Trunk Line means bus
iness. He stated that the work
would begin on the constauction of
the line not later than the second
week of May, and would be pushed
stedily through to 'completion. The.
promoters of the Deschutes railroad
have financed their' project, and
with ample funds available, they
promise that there shall be no
delays in the construction of the
line up the river.
Advertised Letters.
The following is a list of letters
remaining uncalled-for in the Bend
postoffice May 3, 1906:
llaker, Jay K . Kenedy,, All
Uriggs, T. Leeds, J. T.
Hverett, Fremont.
Persons calliug for these letters
will please say they are advertised.
A. H. Grant, Postmaster.
Cards are, out announcing the
marriage of Miss Madge Trumble
to Qharles D. Rowe, to take place
Monday noon,, April 30. A re
ception will be held Monday even
ing at the hom&.of the bride's sister,
Mrs. John Howley. The couple
will leave for their home at Bend,
Oregon, where the groom is niaua
ger of the Bend- Bulletin. Both
young people are held in high es
teem by all who know them. Mr.
Rowe was formerly foreman at this
office, and Miss Trumble has also
been .employed hi the composing
roomsflf the Register office, aud it
is withTegijet that we see them
leave our fair city for their far west
em home, but wishes for a long
aud hapmr iife will go with tliem. -Pafrview
Co. Register, Blue Earth.
Minnesota.