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BEND, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1906.
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY, AT, LAW
Iend, - Oregon!
W. P. JYJYERS"
Twelve l aplal prartle lfte the V. B.
Mint ornee and IKpatliimit of the Inleilor.
Alw general pmcllie.
Ofllcc, - Laiplaw, Ok.
U. C. COE, M. D.
OI'I'ICK OVKK HANK
Physician and Surgeon,
Tltl.ltl'IIONU NO. 21
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Will make monthly WdU
OI'I'ICK AT HKSII I.IVIIKV A TRANHHHU
HKND, .... OKHOON
NOTARV I'Ulll.lC 1NMJKANCK
j&. H. GILANT
Liverpool, London & Cllofoc, mid
Lancashire I'lre Insurance
Crook County Realty Co
Real Estate Bought and Soli
Life mid Accident
qrriciKiicttiiriiitniNO nutn, oas-aon
- REWARD! -
The undersigned will
puy $10.00 for the
detection and convic
tion of nny person
who in nny way wilt
fully injures or de
stroys its Hues in
THE DESCHUTES TELEPHONE CO.
R. B. OARWAN,
MOTEL KBDMOND Call nud sec
IHkiI l.nd, I'lual I'roof.
NOTIOK KOlt PUBLICATION.
fulled Htalca Laud Om.c. The lialtea, Oregon,
June 11. l$A.
Notice la hereby given I1it Temperance 0.
Keed, formerly Temperance O. lUrihiiiiii, pr
llcllil, urfg'lll, H. niiu iiumy u. ..............
nmke proof on her deaetl-tand claim No. Jtf fur
the wUiiwKBcC4aiidBMnc)fecj.tpiA, r lie
. I r '- .. .III .. .1 it Miiiimlu rill. .1
hi offlcc lit llcml. OrrKoii, on Ihe illli day of
hue name the following wltnca.ea to prove
Die complrle Irrlgallou and reclamation or mII
"i'l.'w. Heed, IM. lltvotcn.Toiu Trlletl and
J While. atlof lleiul. Oregon,
Mill. MICIIAHI. T NOLAN. KegUler.
llltl'AKTMKNT Ol' Till? INTHHIOK,
U. S. I.miil Oltlce, The Hallci, Oregon,
June J. 16.
A (umrleiil cunleat sfniUtll h lug been filed
In lhl oinrc by I.yda A. hmllli. cputentant, agaliut
huniralead wilry No, nfioi, made Oclolier u. ism
rot nHmU, iiMnwU arc 19. 1 P "i'!'.6 w.!" ,,y,
Martha itorrle. coulealee, In which It U alleged
that wild Martha Mori la haa wholly alwuiloned
taldtraclithat alie hi changed her resilience
Iherefnim for more IIibii bI nionlln laid mli
thnt Mid tract le not aelled upon and cullUated
by aald parly R required by law. that inch fail
ure allll exlrta. Hint ld alleged shaeiicc wiih not
duelo her emplojmcnt In the iiriny, navy or
marine corpa of Ihe t'lilttd rtlutealu lime ol war.
buld purllca arc hereby nollliril to appear, re
pond mul offer evidence touching alit allegation
at in o'clock u. iil.oii'Auginit I. IV., 'elof
C. KllU.rt l' H. coiiniiU.loiier.nl hl ufllce In
llend, Oregon, ami that Hnal hearing will M
held Hi lo o'clock n m. on Augii't n. , '!r,.ire
the Uegl.tcr mul Urcelver at Hie t'nlleil Hlaleii
l.niul ililicc In The Iiulle, Oiegou.
The wiliI couteiitaiit having, In a proper
afliilnvll. fileil Jim ai, lyoo, net forth fct
which dhow that after due diligence iierwmnl
He r vice of thla notice cult not be maile, It ) hereby
ortteredauildlrecleilthtt ouch notice be given
by due anil proper publication.
M1CIIAKI.T. NOI.AN, KCgwer.
YOU should read Tint Bum.HTIn
It gives the newsall of it,
Because wo aro soiling to amo and bettor
quality at a closer margirv is a very good
reason, why you will find our store tbo
best, placo to buy anything in the lino of
Groceries, Drygoods, Furnish?,
frigs, Shoes, Hardware, Sash anc
Doors, Paints and Oils
TTe PINE TREE STORE
V.. A- SATIIHR, I'ROPRILTOR
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
All Widths, Lengths
SHI PL A P
T T. & G. ELOORING.
Reasonable "HADED CEILING, Lurabcr
WINDOW JAMBS M c d t
Prices WINDOW CASING. ""7 "
fi00ti HEAD ULOCKS . Wft. t0Sl
00U O. G. DASHBOARD Afl,,CrC 0a
Grades STAIR TREADS Lands of
)ry WATl-H TABLE Pfi J- & P.
3 O. G. IJA'ITINS 5-t or
Stock MOULDINGS Pc v. S. I. Co.
P. B. D. PATENT RO.0NG
CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNnCTJOfl.
Pilot Butte Development
Timber Und, Act June y R?.
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION.
V H. Mud Olllce, I.nke lew, Oregon,
June 7i l.
Notice U hereby given that In compliance with
Ihe provlnlona ofthe Act of Cougreu or June i,
In the alalea of California. Oregon. Nevaila, mill
Washington Territory." a mended lo all the
public land alalea by Act of Auguat 4. 1871,
of I'oitlaud, county of Mullnoinah, alale of
Oregon, haa filed In thl office hla
awoni atateuient No. mo. for tliepurchateof the
awKorjecy, tjill a,r I4e. w in.
And will olfcr proof to khow that the laud
aought laiuorealuablc for Ita timber or alone
than lor agricultural piiriKMea, ami lo eslatx
llahhla rlaim toulillaud It fur e the Ueglatcr
ami Herelverat I.akevlew, Oregon, on I'rlday,
thejliliUyofAugit.lvoo. ..... ,
He naiiira at wltueaaea. Or 1'oliiJcxtcr, of
I'rliiexllte. Oregon, and Jainea . Iluiieyinau, of
llend, Oregon. ,
Any aiiifall peraona claiming adveraely any of
wie aoovc ntviiii iiuipii; ihih.h. ;;
their claima In thla office on or before the wld
iial ilay of Auguat, igoo.
IJJ4 IN WATSON. Keglatcr.
Dltl'AKTMltNT 01' TIIH INTHKIOR,
V. 8. Land Office, The Ilallen, Oregon,
June 7, 1906.
A aumclent couteat afladavlt having leeu filed
ill thla olftce by lrll C Cooua, couteataiit,
agalnat homeatCBit entry No. I isAo, nuile October
7, igoi, for the au U. MwJi ec M. U J? a.
r II e, w in, by Kiigeuc 1. Aaldltic
couleatce, lu which It la allegeil that
Willi Kugene I. Aalillne, baachaugilhlarealileiice
therrfroui for luort than alx luuiitha lual por
that aald tract la uot aetllcd lipou and cullUulcil
by aalil pally aa rriiulreil by, law nml that
. -1 a -il . -.atlt H.la Ii.hI iartt.1 .it.
legeil almeucc wa not due to hla employment
AUI IHlltlTCa lll 'i, Vi ." '
lu the army, navy or marine eorpa 01 me v nnrii
hlatea lu lime 01 wnr, auiti pnniea arc ticicuy
notllicil to appear, reMind ud offer evidence
touching aald allegatluii at u o'cloL a. in. on
July at, ion. before II. V, HIIU, a V. S. Coinmla.
alunerat hlaonice in llend, Oregon, and that final
hearing will be held l 10 o'clock a. m. on July
j, ioui before the UvEUtcr and Receiver at
Ihe V, B. I.nd Office, The Dallea, Oregon.
The aald couteataiit having, in a proer llda
vlt, filed June 4. ij6i aet rurth facta which
ahow oftet due diligence pcraonal acrvlce of thla
notice can not be made, it la hereby ordered and
directed that aiich notice lie given by due and
Jij.Julio MICMAia T. NOLAN, Kcgliter.'
NOTICE OF SALE OF UNPATEN
TED SWAMP LANDS.
Notice is hereby given that the
State Laud Hoard will receive sealed
bids until two o'clock v. m. July
24, 1906, (or any interest the state
may have in the rollowuiB described
unpatented Swamp Lands, to-wit:
The NEW, N of SErf, SWtf
of SEX n1 AKtf of SW of
Section 34 and W,'j of Section 25,
Tp. 25 S., R. ft 1?., the lands in
Section 25 being unsurveyed.
All bids must be accompanied by
an application and affidavit to pur
chase in accordance with Section
3302 of Bellinger and Cotton's Code
utid declaration n provided by Sec
tion 3303 and by cash or check for
full amount offered,
No bid for less than 1.00 per
acre will be considered.
The right to reject nny and all
bids is reserved.
Applications and bids should be
addressed to G. G. Browp, clerk
State Laud Board, Salem, Oregon,
and marked, "Application and bid
to purchase Unpatented Swamp
Lands." G. G. Dkown,
Clerk State Laud Board.
Dated this 26th day of April, 1906
R. D. WICKriAJVt
Attorney - at - Lity
bi'i'ici: ovim uank
J114N1), - ORGOft
DIRT IS NOW FLYING
Oregon Trunk Line Begins
ACTIVE AT. A.OUTH Of RLVER
RnllroaJ Is Now Building Into Ccntrnl
Oregon up the Deschutes Signs of
Life In Corvnllls & linotcrn.
icstatcmcnts recently made that
3rcgon Trunk Line would soon'
begin construction 9f a road up the
LCSCIIHIC3 river arc uuw ican.i;u
and Saturday w. P. Nelson, the
promoter and president of this pro
ject, started a force of men at work
grading near the mouth of the river.
The survey is completed and rights
of way secured for a distance of
more than 100 miles into the inter
ior of Oregon.
It is believed that there is a Hill
relationship p these Oregon rail
road projccU ami that some day
they will become a part of the Hill
system now building down the
north bank of the Columbia. The
present survey now ends at Madras,
but it will be remembered that En
gineer Gordon of the Oregon Trunk
Line, while completing the survey
to Madras last winter, said that the
extension of the road south from
Madras aloug the Dpscbutcs river
to Betid would be au, easy matter.
In view of the fact that tfiis road is
now building up the Deschutes,
such a statement by a leading engi
neer of the road contains much
promise for Bend's hopes for a rail
road in the not distant future. The
Trunk Line b said to t the first of
various feeders with which J. J.
Hill will iuvadc Harrimau's terri
tory in Oregon.
Sunday's. Portland Journal tells
how this, fight between. Hill and
Harrimau is growing fiercer every
day and how the contest is spread
ing from the north bank of the
Columbia onto the Deschutes river.
The Journal says;
The cnj;aKctiiciit involves more than
400 mile- of main line tctucen WnHula,
Portland nml the Sound, onil several
luimlrcil miles of prospective branch
lines. An intimation o its great scope
is shown by what is now happening on
the Deschutes river, where yesterday
morning V. 1'. Nelson, president of the
Oregon Trunk Line, a Hill road, began
the construction of a line 100 miles long,
from the mouth ofthe Dochutes to Mud
rns. This project is to be fought with all
the force the llnrrimnu people can mus
ter. As soon ns news of Nelson's move yes
terday reached the Portland headquart
ers ofthe Harrimau companies, prepara
tions were ticKun to launch construction
work on the Deschutes, where a Harri
mau surveying party has been hard nt
work running a line to Madras, and on
into Central Oregon to meet the project
ed Harrimau roml through the state from
Natron to the Snake river, livery foot
of the Deschutes river route is to lie con
tested with even more vigor than the
fight is waged on thu north bank of the
Corvnllls & Eastern Wnkes Up.
J. K. Wcatherford and G. W.
Talbot, who passed through Bend
last week, are men prominent in the
Corvallis & Eastern road. They
followed the C. & E. survey over
the mountains into Bend and on in
to Eastern Oregon, and were evi
dently on a tour of inspection. In
mentioning this trip the Albany
Manager Ouy W, Talltot came up yes
terday noon and last evening, accompan
ied by Vice President J. K. Weatherfonl
and Superintendent J. K. Walsh, left for
the front for n couple of days' Htuy,
Messrs. Talbot and weatherfonl will go
into the mountains along the rond be
yond Detroit to look over the company's
properly and Ihe road between the ter
minim mul Mill Citv will lie carefully in
spected, the new manager being anxious
to fnniiliarUe himself with the property
under his jurisdiction. They will go
with pnckhors.es lieyontt Detroit, ami
may go to the summit of the mountain,
Mr. Talbot did not say so. but the Indi
cations uru that his trip may menu the
enrlv rcsunmtion of work on the exten
sion of the roml into the Hastern Orciiou
country, an extension so earnestly de
sired by the people of this city.
U. V. Haliershant of Astoria of the en
gineering department of the Astoria &
Columbia Uiver railrond and of the Cor
vallis & Kaseru came up Tuesday and
spent the afternoon In the general offices
His visit here,
with the trip
through the Cascade
the projected extension now bcltii! taken
by Manager Guy W. Talbot and Vice
President J, K. Wcatherford lends some
color to the impression that something
may be under way toward the extension
of the C."& ii. railroad at an early date.
ANOTHER RESIDENCE BURNS,.
House and lintlro Content on the Dr.
Merrill Ranch Destroyed,
-Early Thursday morning, the
residence of Dr. Merrill was com
pletely destroyed by fire on his
ranch one mle south of town. Prac
tically the entire contents were
burned, the only things that were
saved from the Haines being a sew
ing machine, d trunk, a few articles
of clothing, and odds and ends that
did not amount to much. The fire
is supposed to have caught from a
Evidences of the fire were first
seen by II. W. Morrill, who was
working on the west side ofthe
river opposite the house. He hur
ried across the bridge and by the
time he reached the house flames
were bursting forth from the front
of it. The doctor at the time was
working in the barn and Mrs. Mer
rill was busy with the duties of
breakfast. There was scarcely more
than time enough to get out the
two little boys who were still asleep.
Dr. Merrill will rebuild at once.
He carried $ 1,000, insurance on the
house and contents.
WILL HEAR SWEET MUSIC.
Reorganization of Bend's Band Is
Last Monday evening a few of
the old members of Bend's former
band, together with several initiates
met at the Triplttt barber shop
and perfected an organization. C.
M. Weymopth was chosen presi
dent ofthe new organization, H. J.
P. McDonald business manager,
and Charles D, Brown secretary
and treasurer. Tu " 9 few weeks
Bend's citizens wJU be treated once
more to the strains of martial music
furnished by their own local band.
Considerable correspondence has
been had with Warren Glaze nt
Prineville, who directed the band
last year. It is hoped and expect
ed that arrangements will be com
pleted whereby he will instruct the
The bapd is composed of the
following members: Creed Triplett,
Charles D. Browp, Frank Hod son,
Prince Staats, Carlyle Triplett, C.
M. Weymouth, O. S. Crocker, II.
J. P. McDonald, Floyd Lobdell,
Elpier Merrill, T. W. immcrmann
and B,arney Lewis, "Barney,"
who is now with the Oregon East
ern surveyors, will return to Bend
about July 4.
Catholic Church Items.
Rev. Father Hickey writes us to
say that he will shortly make his
summer visitation of his large dis
trict. He will be in Bend for Sun
day, July 8, where he will lecture,
teach catechism and hold examina
tion of Miss Robisou's Sunday
school class. He will visit auy sick,
celebrate Holy Mass and preach,
mid discharge all the functions ol
hie sacred ministry. All the Cath
olics of the county can come and
make their Easter Duty at Bend or
at Prineville. The Reverend Fath
er desires all Catholics who live
scattered throughout the country
surrounding Bend, Madras and
Prineville to write him at Wasco,
Or., and tell him about themselves
ami family and he will arrange to
attend them and see to the religious
instruction of their children. The
priest will also celebrate Mass at
Marrow1 & Keenan's and at Prine
ville. Write the priest for fuller in
structions. Advertised Letters.
The following is a list of letters
remaining uticalled-for iu the Bend
postoflice June 27. 1906:
Uergc, U. W. Jones, F. J.
Cornelius, N. C. Jones, S, J.
Cattleman, K. 11.(3) Kelly, J. H.
Colviu, Geo. W. Moore, J. I. (1)
Dickson, Tom's Weble, Al.
Jones, Mrs. A. 0.
Persons calling for these letters
will pleasejsay they are advertised.
A. H. Grant, Postmaster.
of the company here
taken in connection
CAPITALISTS IN BEND
Came to Investigate Des
PLAN AN IRRIGATING PROJECT
These Men Will Undertake to Water
the Fertile Madras Country from,
the Descliutes RIycr,
Donald Fitzgerald, H. M. Grif
fin and Frank Robertson, capitalists
of New York, accompanied by Don
P. Rca of Madras, were in Bend
Sunday, conferring with local meu
in regard to matters relative to the,
irrigation project which these men
are about to launch in the Madras
Mr. Fitzgerald, who seems to be
the moving spirit behind this proj
ect, was inclined to ridicule the,
glowing stojy descriptive of thus
undertaking that recently appeared
in Oregon papers. While it is true
that some surveys have been made,
and while there is no doubt that
this company will eventually con
duct water onto the Agency Plains
and Haystack country, the story of
au immense dam in the Deschutes
river and a steel trcsslc supporting
a conduit through which the water
will flow 888 feet above the bed of
Crooked river to irrigate 100,000
acres and the whole project costing
1,000,000, is rather premature, ac
cording to Mr. Fitzgerald. The
visit of these New York capitalists
to the scene of the proposed project
was to familiarize themselves more
thoroughly with conditions gov
erning a project of this nature and
thus be able to determine what pro
portions the undertaking will as.
sume. While these gentlemen arc
sincere in their intention to launch
an extensive irrigation project, they
gave Bend people to understand
that it is only in its preliminary
Mr. Fitzgerald was so favorably
impressed with Bend, its ideal loca
tion and lovely mountain view, that
he expressed a strong desire to pur
chase a large block of town prop
erty with a river frontage and erect
a handsome residence.
The party returned to Madras
LUMBERMEN VISIT BEND.
Members of the Brooks-Scanlon Coim
pany Look Over Holdings Here.
Last Friday evening M. J. Scan"
lou and son R. H., J. P. Keyes and
S. A. Blakeley, all of Minnesota,
arrived in Bend and spent scrcral
days cruising over a large tract of
timber held by the Brooks-Scanlon
people of Minneapolis. Later the
party, with the exception of Mr.
Blakeley, departed for Southern
Mr. Scan Ion, who has held a
large tract of timber south and east
of Bend for several years, told Bend
parties while here that he was anx
ious that a railroad be built into
this country in order that he might
build a mill nud begin to saw lib
timber. It is known that he holds
an option on cither one of two de
sirable mill sites on the river at
Bend. Mr. Scanlon, at various
times, has told Bend people that
when transportation facilities war
ranted such an enterprise, his com
pany would build a large mill at
Mr. Blakeley and "Bill" Brock
are now cruising for this companj
in the vicinity of Bend.
Speaking of a large deal recently
closed by the Brooks-Scanlon peo
ple, the Tiraberman says:
The nrooks-Scanlon Lumber Compaii)
of Minneapolis, which bought a heavy
tract 01 yeiiow pine in Louisiana last
year, has made another big investment
in I'lorida. The purchase includes m.
000 acres of yellow nine laud near Or
lando. No mill is included and the deat
is understood to have amounted to about
f 1,000,000, It will be dcseloped soon,
and the product will be shipped by coast
steamers to New York and New England
Ice cream sodas can now, be ob
tained at the postoffice stove. J4-tf