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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BUND, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1906.
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bcud, - Oregon,
VV. P. MYERS
Twrlwyr(1iil practice Uf.iip the V. H,
l,aH)l (III unit lM,mtttt t the lllUlllif,
Office, Laiiilaw, Ohij.
U. C. COE, M. D.
Ol'I'ICIt OVHU HANK
Physician and Surgeon
THI.HI'IIONK NO. 21
DR. I. L. SCOFIBLD
HiW.MO.NI, - - ORHGON
Will riMkt iM'iiitlty liu
J. W. ROMSON
OfPKR AT MKNIl I.IVKKV TMAWSHXK
witxi). .... nuitnoN
HOTAkV PUNI.IC INNUKANCH
A. H. GRANT
Liverpool, Lotiilon & OIoIm., mid
l.nncaslilrc I 'I re Instirnnce
DII.M), ' - OKIIOON
Crook County Realty Co
Kcal Esfale Bought and Sold.
Llfo nnd Accident
orritmi M.uiiNt mrtmr wn.naxm
The undersigned will
puv $o.'X) for the
detection ami convic
tion of tiny person
who in uny way will
fully injures or de
stroys its lines in
TIIK DliSCHUIlS TKLLTIIONE CO.
R. B. OARA1AN,
HOTEL REDMOND Call nnd see
IWtl I.mik). I'lnal I'liwf.
NOTICE FOR PUIILICATION.
1'Mllnl tMiitw I.aml oni.T, The IMltca, Ottgon,
June it, ly.
Notice la hereby given Unit Temperance O
Kf, formerly Temperance O llarahman, of
HcihI, Oirgou, baa filed iiollte "f iultnllvii to
wake proof on litf ilraerl-UuilcUlHi No It fur
the wHiiW4lMHniJac$,tiiis, Mle
w hi. before II C Itllla. n V, h. evnimllonr, el
blmliillcnil,Orgu, on the itlh ilay of
Kite name the fullowliiir wltntuM to lirove
the complete Irrigation ami trilamatloii of Mid
Unit: . . .
II W. Hcnl, IU. llnlvoracii.Tom Tilplcll anil
J White, all of lleml. Otcuuu
rHt.7 MICIIAKI. T. NOLAN, Kegl.tcr.
CONTEST NOTICE. t
llld'AHTMUNT Of TIIK INTHWOK,
V. H. I.and Office, Tlie Dallea, Orrgun,
June IJ, 19".
Aaiimclciilrouleat fflilalt having been filol
hoiiientrail entry No. iifol. mntle October IS. lj'
fur 11 tint U, iiUiiwU ace iv.lp W. r lie w m by
Martha Miirrla,coiilctcc, In which It la allegct
Hint miM Martha Mnrilahaa wholly bImiiiiIoiiciI
MM tract, that he haa chuiigctt her resilience
thricfroiii for more than lx mouth tat ta.l.
Unit ,ili truct U not actllcil iiku ami cultttulcil
hy mi party narciiulml by law, Hint aiich fail
nrc allll exl.tn, that aabl alleged uliaencc waa not
ihie In her employment In ttie army, nny or
marine enrpa of the t'nitril Klnlcaln lliiieulwiir
Halil ixiitlvMiirc hereby nullllcil lit appear, re
Hntl nu oircr c ttleiice touching anlil allegation
" "loeV, 11 in. oil Augml IS, ly. bclore It
l'.lla.n I'. H. loimnliMtliiner, nt hi olllce In
llenil.litCKon, ami tlmt llnal liearliitf will I
"hi l in n'ttiivk 11 111. on AuKint ), lyA befote
Hie Ueul.ttr nml Receiver nl the I'lilteil Hlatei
Mini Olllce In The linden, MrcRuu,
il'i" .""'' wilfealaitt havlnir, in a proper
iHjlavlt, lilnl jlle , lv,a, net foith facta
2.1 Li ' "lyiV llml "ft"1 ! ulllKeiice lcriil
.,,.1.. ',"' "l1. ,l,llce can nut be nmile, it W bcreliy
('"''"'I'llfecleiUbal aiich nollcc be jsUeii
jiy flue una pio,r iiuUlcuilou.
J uio MICIIA1U. T. NOI.AN, KegUter.
VOU should read Till? Dui.i.itTiN
It gives the news nil of it.
Bccauso wo aro 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
TFe PINE TREE STORE
U. A. SATHHK, PROPRIETOR
(tough, Surfaced and Moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses.
SI 1 1 PL A l
T. & G. FLOORING
O. G. I1ASKBOARD
O. G. I1ATTINS
I. IJ. D. PATENT ROOFING
CUSTOM PEED MILL IN CONNECTION.
Pilot Butte Development
Timber Lain!, Act June J, itTft.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V A. MJul Office, l.aVevlew, OrCKon,
June 7, iptf.
Notice l herrtiy iclvtn Ihat In coinllaiica with
theprovlilonaorthe Act of CoiigrrM or June J,
lpl, cnlltlnl, "An act for th. aate of tlmNr lamia
iiitlieatatraofCaliioriila, Oreitoii. Netatla. am)
WaahliiKton Territory," aa eatcmlril to all the
public Uutlatalr by Act of Angutt 4, IM,
Harry I.. C.IU,
of IVittUml, county of Miillnoniab, alale of
ytrgmi, haa fileil In Ihl ofllce hla
anoru atalemeiit No. jo4a, Ibr theputcluaeoftlie
awlfofjecy, tji Hi. r 14 c win. ...... ,
Mill will olTer priHif to how tint the Unit
ouglitla more valuable for ita tlmUr or alone
than lor agricultural puriHuiea. ami to etab
lUti lii claim Id aalil lauil twluic the Kegl.tcr
amlMrcelverat I.akeview, Orrgun, on I'riiUy,
the jut ttay of Augiut, IviA. ... .
lie inmri aa wlliie: Or folnileiiter.or
I'riurville, Oregon, ami Jaiuca II, lloiieymaii, of
lleml, Oregon. ,
Any aitd.aH penuni claiming ailveraaly any or
Mwatinvc rtcocrlbcit lamia arc reijiicateil loBle
(helrelainia luUila omceouor lieforc the aalil
jut ilny of AiiRiiit, 1906.
fljai4 J. N WATSON. Kegitler.
DHI'AKTMHNT OH TIIU INT15K10R.
U, It. I.aml Ofllce, The Hallei, Oregon,
A aiiflklfiit conltt alTailavit having been fileil
In thl ofllce by Mellow C CiHina, cimlentaut,
nguiiMl hoiuealcail entry No, iiVi,uiailectober
7, lieu, forthcihntW. Huw, ec 11, tl''.
r ii r. w III. by 1 HKcne I. Aihlllic
coutetee. in wlilcli it la allcgeil Hint
aalil ldigeuc 1. Aaiiniie, naKiiaiigaiiM
therefrom fur nmrt. than ilx nioiitha l pnt.
that aniil tract ia not icttlcil upon ami culliiiteil
by aalil patty aa reiiulreil by law ami that
till 11 lanurca uu ei.ii ""
legeil aleiicc waa not ilue to liia employment
in lliearmy, navy or inniicii'i v.......
Hlnlea In time uf war, milit imrllea are hereby
i... t . . ..t.,,..l .,,l ..irir vlilrtK.
Iiuilllfll iiinipeiii, ,in,. ; -.. -limchliiKiuiil
Bllcglloii nl IJ irclocV; a. 111. oil
...... .. I. -I.... II f 1IIIU 1. IT H. INlllllllU.
aloiierat hlaoflice In lleml, Oregon, ami llialfliiat
hcnrlng will be hebl nl iu o'clockn. m. on July
18, tou? btfure the Kealiler anil Receiver at
the F. . I.aml Office, The Dullca. Oregon.
Tlie aaul conteilant having, In aprjper alTiila.
vlt, fileil June 4. lo6, ict rorth facta wh ch
iliow afler due ilillgence pemonal nervlceof thia
nollce can not I mule, it la hereby oriltrol am
illrecleil that inch notice 1 given by due and
Jl J-Julio MICJIAUt T, NOLAN, Kegliter,
The Lands of
The D. I. & p.
IThe C. S. I. Co.
NOTICE OF SALE OF UNPATEN
TED SWAMP LANDS.
Notice is hereby given that the
State Land Hoard will receive sealed
bids until two o'clock v. m. July
24, 1906, for nny interest the state
nmy have in the following described
unpatented Swntnp Lands, to-wit:
TheNEtf, Njof SEtf, SW
of SllH and SE of SW of
Section i. and Wi of Section 25,
Tp. 25 S., R. fi 1., the lauds iu
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
and declaration as provided by Sec
tion 3303 and by cash or check for
No bid for less than $1.00 per
acre will be considered.
The right to reject any and all
bids is reserved.
Applications and bids should be
addressed to G. G. Brown, clerk
State Land Board, Salem, Oregon,
and marked, "Application and bid
to purchase Unpatented Swamp
Lands." G. G. Dkown,
Clerk State Laud Board.
Da.ted this 26th day of April, 1906
R. D. WICKHAjYl
Attorney - at - Law
Ol'HIClt OVIiR HANK
Corvallls & Eastern Will
Extend Its Line.
WORK WILL SOON BEGIN
Announcement Mnde that the Co-op-
erntlve ClirlnUan Federation Will
Hulld Into Eastern Oregon.
The expectation entertained by
many Bond people that the Corval
lls & Eastern ruilroud would be the
first one built into Bend seems
about to be realized, according to
latest reports. The announcement
was made Monday that the exten
sion of this road over the Cascade
mountains into Eastern Oregon
would begin iu the near future.
This announcement was made by
Wallis Nash, president of the Port
laud Board of Trade. He has been
iu New York for several mouths iu
the interests of the Co-operative
Christian Federation, an organiza
tion which 1ms for its object the
establishing of social settlements iu
Oregon and the operation of a line
of railroad. This federation is to
be affiliated with the Corvallls &
Within the last mouth there has
been signs of new life in the Cor
vallis & Eastern. General Mana
ger Talbot and Vice-President
Weatherford passed through Bend
two weeks ago inspecting the sur
vey along which an extension of
this road would be made. They
came from Albany through Santiant
Pass. Albany papers connect this
trip of the general manager and
vice president and other suspicious
movements with a possibility of an
extension. This recent trip by the
officials, coming just previous to)
the announcement by Mr. Nosh
that the extension would be made,
gives such statements and rumors ft
strong tinge of truthfulness,
Iu an interview in Tuesday's
Orcgouian, Mr. Nash said:
"ArrniiKctnciiU for the finauring of
the railroad liavc been made and vork
iitxm the extension and the new road
will begin within a very short time.
"The extension of the Corvnllis& East
ern and the new line will result in the
laying of 269 miles of track, and we ex
jtcct to have all the work completed
within three years.
"While in New York I learned that
within that space of time three transcon
tinental lines will probably have made
connections with Oregon. They are
the Western Pacific, the MofTatt road,
and the Chicago & Northwestern."
A. L. Goodwillie, on his way to
Chicago, wrote to Bend that he saw
a crew of railroad graders at work
at the mouth of the Deschutes.
Wallace, formerly draughtsman
for Engineer Shaw who has charge
of the Oregon Eastern crew camped
near the ice caves, wrote from
Burns to a friend iu the crew that
the Northern Pacific aud Jim Hill
had three surveying crews at work
iu the vicinity of Bums.
Members of the Oregon Eastern
crew, which is running the survey
from Bums in a northwesterly
direction, say that they are keep
ing on as high ground as possible
and that they intend to run the
survey through Santiam Pass.
This crew is now camped in the
vicinity of the ice caves, cast of
Bend about 19 miles.
HOMESTEADS IN RESERVES.
Settlers May Now Fllo on Land Here
Under the act recently passed by
congress known as the Lacey bill,
settlers may now homestead certain
lauds located iu temporary or per
manent forest reserves when these
lands are chiefly valuable for agri
culture and not needed for public
purposes. The lands are opened to
entry In accordance with the regu
lar homestead laws, No lands en
tered tiuder the rules of this act
shall be patented tinder the com
mutation provisions ot the home
There are many acres of laud
in scattered tracts located in the
Cascade and the proposed Fremont
reserves that will come under the
provisions of this act, and which
win itirnisn iiomcs tor many new
settlers In Central Oregon. These
reserves, lying so close ib this re
gion, makes this act of special in
terest to the people living hereby,
Little Falls Paper lias Kind Words for
Hcnd's Young- Couple.
Speaking of the Lakin-Schlcuse-ncr
wedding, the Little FalIs(Minn.)
Trunscript, published at the former
home of Mr. and Mrs Lakin, has
the following to say:
"Uert W. Lakin and MIm Hlonnor
Schltiesoncr were united in the lionds of
marriage on Wednesday evening, June
37, of this week, at 8:30 o'clock at Spo
kane, WashiiiKtou. The wedding cere
mony was performed at the home of
Mm. A. I.. Kitter, the brides sister, in
the far western city. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lakin
left after Ih ceremony on a short wed-
iling trip to Seattle and other coast
points, after which they will go to Ilend,
Oregon, where tliey will make their
lioine in the future.
Jir. arwi .iirs. Jkm are both youiiu,
people known to a wide acquaintance
Ih Little Palls, nml with friendships here
nnmeii oniy ity inetr acquaintance. The
briiW is a young lady wlw 1mm sjient
most of Iter life in thf city, where she
has everywlter earned tlie most sincere
and genuitte esteem. She 1ms many
charms of manner and personality, unit
ed to a character of rinnncM ami decis
ion, which Ikivc never failed to trans
form acquaintance into the warmest
ami most cordial friendshin when alio so
"Mr. Lakin is a bright, intelligent,
brainy young business man, who lias ob
tained an excellent start in life and
whose future is a very promiiing one in
his choM.-u vocation. He also lw many
friends in Little Palls, and will U- the
recipient of heartiest congratulations
from them upon his present felicity.
About the first of the current year lie
went west to fcek a favorable location,
findini! what he wanted at Ilend. Or..
and is now iu business there and doint?
well. Miss Schleuscuer went west about
two months aco. and has since been vis-
itinu her sister, until the davof her wed-
(iinK mis weec
"Mr. and Mrs. Lakin be pi 11 their wed
ded life together with the best wishes of
all their many Little Palls friends, and
it will be one of singular happiness and
success in all things if the auguries of
the latter have any influence over the
Mr. Lakin came to Bend last
February and soon opened an office
aud commenced to purchase timber
lands for a northern Minnesota lum
ber firm. In his short residence
here he has proven himself a very
congenial gentleman. He counts
many friends amoug Bend people
who wish him and his bride much
Mr. and Mrs. Lakin will be at
home to their friends iu Bend after
A POOR ANIfliAL TORTURED.
Rustlers Cut Brand from a Horso with
Last Friday evening Sheriff
Elkins arrested Harry Fitzgerald,
William Hogg and James Adams
in the (Jreen Mountain district,
about 25 miles from Prineville,
charged with stealing and slaugh
tering a young iieuer. Tliey were
bound over under jSr.ooo bonds
each for the fall term of the grand
Sheriff Elkins and his posse found
a mare near the camp of the de
fendants that had been fearfully
misused. The animal had been
lassoed aud bound and the brand
on the left hip had been literally cut
out with a knife, leaving a patch,
perhaps 4x8 inches, where the hide
was cut out. The animal's head
and ueck were drawn to the ground
and very badly swollen. It was
taken into a Prineville livery barn,
where the mare was seen by scores
of people. The sufferings of the
poor brute were iutetue,
To contract to deliver 750,000
feet of logs, to commence May 1st.
Irrigated LAnu I have a few
choice tracts from 40 to 160 acres
each that can be bought at a bar-
gam. P. l. Tompkins, Bank
If you want to keep in touch with
the development of this great Des
chutes valley, READ the Bulletin.
THE SOIL IS FERTILE
Crops of All Kinds Make a
' Fine Showing.
GREAT WILL BE THE HARVEST-
Dr. C. C. Coons' Ranch, One AlUe Cast
of Ucnd, Is a Fruitful Example of '
This Country's Worth.
The man who has had faith in
the fertility of the Deschutes val
ley is having his faith strengthened
and justified tills season. All over
the segregation watered by the Des
chutes Irrigation & Power Com
pany, as well as where dry farming
is resorted to, grains and garden
truck of all kinds are showing n
most gratifying growth. One mile
east of Bend, Dr. C. E. Coons has
a 40-acre tract that is proving a
veritable garden spot an example
of where water makes the desert
blossom as the rose; a promise of
what the future will bring to this
upper Deschutes valley. A walk
through the doctor's garden and
around his grain fields shows the
great fertility of this soil when it
has a sufficient supply of moisture.
Tomatoes, the Rocky Mountain
variety, stand 10 inches high with
broad tops and a very healthy ap
pearance. Squash vines show a re
markable growth aud will surely
produce a good harvest
Sweet corn planted May 10 stands
from 2 to 18 inches tall.
A large patch of string beans
shows not a trace of frost and prom
ises a great yield.
The doctor's cabbage patch of
about 4,000 plants arc just begin
ning to head. He will soon have
new cabbage for the market.
Lettuce grows in fine large leaves
from eight to 10 inches long and
from six to eight inches wide.
Through the kindness of Mrs.
Coons, The Bulletin family had the
privilege of sampling a fiue mess of
this lettuce. It was very crisp and
Rutabagas, peas, carrots, onions.
etc., etc. are all doing very well.
Potatoes planted the 16th of
April are now supplying the doc
tor's family with a plentiful supply
of new potatoes, averaging as large
as hens' eggs.
Wheat sowed May 1 stands above
a man's knees. It has a fine color
and the heads are just beginning to
fill nicely. Sowed in among the
wheat is a lot of alfalfa that stand.s
about 10 inches high. It has a
good color, looks fine and iu an
other year will make a good yield.
Rye seeded in January stands
very thick, more than sixfeethigh,
with well filled heads.
Gooseberry bushes set out this,
spring stand 24 inches high and are
loaded with fine large berries. The
doctor has the Red Jacket variety.
A. strawberry bed planted the
15th of last September shows a re
markable growth aud yield. Mrs.
Coons is very proud of this bed and
has already picked more than a gal
lon of large, luscious berries there
from. Raspberries set out during tho
winter show a new growth of 2t
inches this year.
The doctor has out 300 apple,
trees of different varieties. They
all look strong and healthy.
The proof of the pudding is in
the eating, When a country dem
onstrates what it cau do by produc
ing excellent crops, there is no
longer need for speculation as to its
worth. Kauclies all through this
region are making remarkable
showings this year, aud the doctor's
success is no exception. Last year
was his hrst experience with irri
A rich sou, a fine climate, plenty
of watergreat will be the harvest I
Have you seen the "Greetings
from Bend" postal cards at the post
office store? If not secure some for
your friends East. i5tf