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BEND, OREGON, FRIDAY, JLY 20, 190G.
C. S. gBENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bend, - Oregon.
W. P. MYERS
'welwr yrura iliwlal mHlc Wurr ihc V. I
l,mnl (WW nml IHrlmrHt ut h liittf tar.
Al ctlivt l rtctlee
Office, Laiw.aw, OitiN
U. C. COE, M. D.
01'1'ICIt OVKK HANK
Physician anil Surgeon
TltMII'IIUNIC NO. 21
DR. I. L. SCO PI ELD
Office III residence imi Hawthorne Ave.
J. V. robison
lirt'lCK AT HKNII l.l KKV A tKAXUPKH
IIKNI). .... OK HOOK
NOTARY I'OHMC INHUKANCIt
A. H. G1ANT
I AHt lur
Liverpool, London & (lolc, nml
Liincaslilru I'lrc Insurance
HUM), - ORIHION
Crook Comity Realty Co
Real Estate Nought and Sold.
Life and Accident
orriCK in hvli ktin ut n inrui snari, nuooN
- REWARD! -
The undersigned will
puy $10.00 for the
detection and convic
tion of tiny person
who in tiny way will
fully in lures or de
stroys its Hues in
THE DESCHUTES TELEPHONE CO.
R. B. (JARMAN,
IIOTHL HEDMOND Cnll ami sec
Dewit r.mi.l. l'lnal ITixit.
NOTICK FOR I'UHMCATION.
V H. Mini 0(lW, The lllc, Oicgun,
July 11, lS.
Nstlec U hereby itlven Hint Temperance (I.
Ked, liirnictly leiuiwraitce O llaraliman, of
llcml, On-Rim, lia ninl nutlce of intention to
make nriwfon tier iltwfMmul claim No jA lur
the wKmwW, hc 4 nml Jnc)f, m $. tp IN a, r It
, w in, txliitr II. C. Wlla, V. h. DHnmlnluiicr, nl
lit nllwc ill IIcihI, Ortim 011 Uie 1 5t 1 1 iliiy uf
She nantra the fullwvliiB wltuea to prove
the mmiilrte lirUMlun iiiki rrelnmutlou or aall
1M IIMvoraoii.Jolin While, II. W. Knit nml
TltuttiiU l'tllrll. nil of Heml, Orrk'ou
July Ij-ntn MICIIAIII.T NOLAN. Kegla.er.
lllll'AKTMhNT Ol' Tlllt INTIiKIOIt,
U. H. I.aml OflUc, The Ilallca, Orcuoti.
June J, Vff.
A tifflrleiit conteM nffulnvlt linvltiu lircn filed
In llilnorhce liy l.yiln A. HtiiUh, roiitcMnnt, agalnit
liomr.ttiiil cutty No. Ii6m, inmle Oclolier 15. i
for njiilt K, Hbi'tvK are IV l 18 a, r II e w m liy
Murllui Monti, ctiulmtrc, In which It t nllcceil
Unit wild Mmtlin MortU linn wholly nlinmloticit
11I1I tract; llmt lic linn chnnsel her rcilileuce
llirrifrom fur nunc Hum 1 luontlii lint nit,
thnt mid Iruct U not urtltril n)il ami euttlMiteii
liy unlit mrty nreiiilreil liy tuw, thnt inch fail
ure Mt ill exliti, that will allciictl nlineiice wiu not
ilue to her cinihyitieiit In the iirniy, navy or
iititrluc cir uf Hie I'nlleilhtateilii lime ol war
Haiti imrtlcH arc licrchy nollfliil to iippeur, re
loml mill olTer cvlilencetouchliiKiinlilalleiiatloii
nl 10 o'clock a 111, 1111 Aniiiut 13, iuu6, helore II.
C.KIIIi, n II. H cnnimU.lonrr, lit lili oflicc In
llciiil, Oregon, mill thai llnal lieurliiB will he
Jiehl nl 111 o'clock 11. Ill oil AnIiit 11, lyoA, hefore
the UeKUter nml Keceivcr nl the I'nitcil Htntci
I.niul omcc In The Iulk, oreuou.
The Mill coiitcitant hnliiK, In n pinner
nfuilnvll, filtil June 21, iuoa, net forth fiVcta
which allow thai lifter lue illlliience prrwwl
icrvkcof tlili notice cnu not he miiitc, it la ttt ny
iinlirtil ami illrccttril llmt audi notice he gUcn
liy ilue nml proper pnhllcatloii,
w 1110 MICIIAlit. T. KUI.AN, Kfglnter.
TOU should rend Tint Bui.wl'TtN
It gives the newsall of it.-
Because 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
GroceHes; Drygoods, Furnish
ings, Shoqs, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and Oils
The PINE TREE STORE
12. A. SATIIliK, I'ROPRIUTOR
All Widths, Lengths and Tbicknesses
HI U PL A I'
U & O. FLOORING
II HAD BLOCKS
0. G. DASHBOARD
O. G. BATTINS
P. B. .15. PATH NT ROOFING
ETC., ETC. r y
CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION.
I Pilot Butte
tlinlier IjimliAct June 3, S7.
NOTICK FOR PIH1WCATI0N.
U H. I.mul ODIce, I.oUnlcw, OreKO".
!, " June 7, ly.
MotUe U hrtcliy iclveu that In comiJUncr with
tlieplthUHd6rihe Act of Coiinre of June J,
1I7. ehiriUI) ".t act for 111.' wleof HiiiImtUiuU
lu the AM4 4fCaimriil, OlIRon. Nrvwila, wl
Wn.lilnjlon TerHlory,' o extemlMl to nil the
puhllt laiiililulm hy Act of Auguit A, l)l.
, 1 Harry I.. ill.t,
o( t'tntlauil. county of Multnomah n'ate of
OrrifOU, haa filnl In thla oflicc hla
worn ktatement No. 30, for IhcpurthilKroftlic
awtfol jrcv. M 1 a, r ie. w in,
nml will Her proof to ahow that thelanU
Kjiiltlit'ii iiiuic valuaUe for lt tlmtwronlotic
than lor uurtcnlturHl piirjioiea, ami to rlal
Hall hi claim ii alil Imiil Ixlorc the Kciil.tcr
ami HMTlvernt l.aWcvltw. Orrpu u I'riilay,
the it tiny ol Auyii'.t, !',. 1 .
lie tiauivf u wiiuexca utu iiuiiiRirr 01
I'rlocvitlc. Oresou, nml Jnuira 11. Iluncviiinii. of
11. ml. Ornoiir
Any uiiillill peraoua clalmlug ailverxly any of
lite nlMivt urMiiK-u latiua nrc renueatm 10 uie
lirlrchiima In (bl ofllce on or tiefore the
jii uny 0.1 Aiuiuii) iy,
1 1 3-u m
f. N WATSON. UcsUler,
DlfAUTjlltNT Ol' "
I', (VUlHAftBl lNUliVJV.
UKI'AHTSlitNT Ol' Tlllt INTKKIOK
ST H. I.aml Oflice, The Dallcw. Oregon,
June 7, 1406.
AKiRitlc'nt contrnt nlfailnvit liavliig liecn fileil
In Hill oltlce hv MrliMa 0. Cootu. contcatnnt
ngaiuat homrtlrail entry No. iisto,iilnile October
7. IV'I. iorineaHiiiM,ajnwj, aec 33, p 11 9,
r II e, w 111, liy Ituiieuc I. Aali.lliiv
couteiitec, in which It la nllcgnl Hint
milil Kugciie I Aahllur, liaachaUKilklarcKiileuce
theirfrom for uion tluiu alx uioutha Inat pt:
that mlil tract ia not actttril iiihjii nml cultlntetl
hv ulil ixirtv na rcmilrcil hv Inw ami thai
aulil fullurca atlll exlat, Hint iiiul ill
legeil nlirurc wua not ilue to hla employment
In the nrmy, navy or marine corpi of I lie Uulleil
Klnteain time of wnr, aalil.parttea urc hereby
notified to appear, reapontl nml oiler evidence
loucliluir until alienation at lu o'clock u m. on
July 11. I, before II. C Hllla, n V S. Comnila-
aoucrni uiaoiucc 111 ncmi. iiretiuu nun iiinuiuiu
henrliiir will b heW ut 10 o'clock n. 111. on July
i 1900. leiore me Kegiiier nun receiver xi
the II. (f.i;nnil'omce. The Dallea, Oregon. , .
vlt, fileO., Ji'i'P. IV aet forth fuctv
1 lie aiu ruiiieitaui uaviuir, 111 n proner
ahow ntlr.i ilue illllgcuce peraoual erv
; can not, lie niaile, It U hereby ordcrnl aun
cit that Bllch notice lie chrcu by ililekiitl
proper puHicutl6n. ,
i5-iil'o IllCHAIIt.T.NOI.AN, Keglrter.
The Lands of
mic d. 1. & v.
iriie C. S. I. Co.
NOTICE OF SALE OF UNPATEN
TED SWAMP LANDS.
Notice is hereby given that the
State Land Board will receive sealed
bids until two o'clock x. m. July
24, 1906, or -any interest the state
may have in the following described
uiipatentca Swainp Lands, to-wit:
The Nli'4 , Nji of SEK. SW
of SEX nI SEj; of SW of
Section 24 and WW of Section 25.
Tp. 25 S.. R. 6 E., the lands in
Section 25 being unsurveyed.
All bids must be n'ecompauied by
an application and a'.T.davh to pur-
chrjtsc( in accordance vith Section
3302 of Bellinger add'Cotton's Code
and declaration as provided by Sec
tion 3303 and by cash or check for
fu,ll amount offered. l(
1N0 bid for less than $ 1,00 per
acJ will be considered.
The right to reject any and all
bids is reserved. '
Application and .jbicfa (should be
audrcsseao' G;. f. ijrown, clerk
State I.ati',1, Bwrd", Sm. Oregon,
and maVkbd, "Applfcnjibu and bid
to purchaso Unpaentcl Swamp
Lauds." 1 G. G. Brown,
Clerk State Lauil Board.
Dated this 26th day of April, 1906
R. D. WICKHlAt
at - Law
!'" I Ol'Wldlt OVKR ll.VNl I
Blttii), '- ORKGON
TO DRILLDEEP WELLS
Flrk.One WlU Be Sunk
DRIlllNG MACHINE ORDERED
Thorough Test Will IIq Made as to the
Possibility pt ObtnlnlriK Well Wnf
cr In nils Rcjtlon.
Individuals connected with the
D. I. & P. Co. hayc made arrange
ments to thorpughlyftcsl the possi
bility of obtaining deep well water
in this region. A complete drilling
outfit has been ordered from the
Star Drilling Co. of Akron, Ohio,
capable of drilling to a depth of
t, 000 feet. As soon as the outfit
arrives, work will be started on a
well at Redmond, aud later wells be
sunk on the Baldwin and Johnston
ranches east of. Bend. Expert dril
lers from the East, who have had
much experience in deep well drill
ing, will be employed for this work.
F. C. Rowlcc, who has had consid
erable experience along this line in
the oil regions of the East, will
supervise the work here.
Speaking of this undertaking,
Mr. J. 0. Johnston, first vice-president
and general manager df the
D. I. & P. Co., saidt "I consider
the question, pf a purclwatcr supply
of utmost importance to this, coun
try as a whqlc Furnishing water
for domestic purposes through the
canals and ditches will never prove
entirely satisfactory, and with this
view in mind we have determined
to give this region u very thorough
test as to whether or not well water
can be obtained. We are very con
fident that it can be procured at a
depth of 300 or 400 feet, but what
ever the depth required we intend
to give the matter a thorough tct.
"While it i6 not certain that ar
tesian water can be obtained, I do
feel very confident that an abun
dant supply of pure water can be
obtained a a reasonable depth.
Moreavcr, geological indications arc
such that it is very probable that an
artesian reservoir may be tapped by
sinking a well to n sufficient depth.
"However that may be, I consid
er a supply of purt wchVwater at a
moderate depth of more importance
just now to the people settling this
country than artesian water at a
great depth. The expense of sink
ing so deep a well would be prohib
itive to the -average Pettier. With
an abundant supply of pure water
and with transportation facilities, I
am sure this region will make one
of the garden spots of the whole
Mr. Johnston talked very enthu
siastically of conditions under the
company's segregations. He said
the , country was developing in a
very satisfactory manner aud that
he noticed wonderful changes since
his first visit here two years ago
last January. He further stated
that the company had undertaken
the reclamation 'of thla region aud
that work to that 'etui would go
steadily forward. The ' system of
canals and laterals in the Redmond
nc'ghborhood will'be finished about
August 1. Later the systems un
the Pilot Butte and Central Oregon
canals will be tntirfely completed,
how soon Mr. Johnston could not
state. , ! 1
At the annual meeting of the
stockholders ot this company held
in Portland July 11, the former of
ficers were re-elected as followst II,
D. Tumey, president; J. O. John
ston, 1 st vice-president and general
manager; E. C. Baldwin, 2nd Vice
president; ,F,. C. Stanley, secretary
and treasure ,
Messrs. 4i:rney and Johnston,
who, with thfyr families, are spend
ing a short vacation in Bend, will
return to the East in about two
weeks, extensive business .interests
requiring their attention there.
The- Lost Wool Sale
The thrt' and last wool sales of
"th'e season for Slmnjko came Jitly
10, says the Republican. Nearly
1,000,000 pounds were offered and
sold at prices ranging from 17
to 206 cents, the average being
practically 17J4 cents. There were
five buyers in attendance, but all
participated ill thcibiding and were
apparently anxious 10 secure a
share of the wool. The prices paid
were about one cent below the rate
paid at the previous sales. The
majority of tlfc.iwools displayed
were from the Upper John Day val
ley aud Crook county, and were in
better condition than usual. From
their bright color it is evident that
the John Day country, escaped the
March dust storm that so disastrously
effected the Antelope wools, which
heretofore have been the brightest
wools in Eastern Oregon.
The aggregate amount of wool
sold here this season is 4,000,000
pounds or 500,000 less than was
marketed last year. There are still
some lots undelivered, but they will
probably not exceed 300,000
pounds. Besides the 4.000,000
pounds of wool marketed at Shaniko
at an average price of 20 cents, the
sheepmen of this section have about
1 20,000 head of .sheep at an aver
age price of $2.75 p'or head, making
a total income from that industry
of over $1,500,000.
NEW HOAIESTEAD LAWi
' 1 1 1
Rules aovernlnj; Entries or) Land In
The act passed at the recent ses
sion of congress whereby home
stead entry may be made to lands
within forest reserves, provides
that whenever a person desires a
certain tract to be opened to, .entry
an application to that effect rxtditbe
made to the forester at Washington,
D. C, after which further proceed
ings rest with the secretary of agri
culture and the interior department.
The sum and substance of the act
is contained in the following:
I. Tluit the ccretnry of agriculture
tuny use Ilia iiiKrcuon about examining
Aim listing lamis under Uie proposed law.
3. umy lands ciitetiy
.r . . m -
agriculture aim not
licet leu for admin
istrative purposes bythe. forest officer for
some outer puunciiisc- wiu be ciasstucu
anil luted undctliifbill.''
f. Ltyrjd covered iith a merchantable
groi;l ot timber jvill nqt lie declared
agricultural, except upon, the.jilrongest.
evidence of its value lor agricultural
purposes, both as to poputftioii aud ac-l
lessiuiiuy 10 a marieu
4. Areas known to Have been occupied
by actual settlers prior to January 1,
1906, will be examined first, and when
such areas are found chiefly valuable for
agriculture they will be listed, in order
that the occupants may make entry un
der the act. The mere fact that a man
has settled upon land will, however, not
influence, the decisiou 'vith respect to its
.f,rif.,itllivftt .ImmaU. I
5. Anyjune wugi.wasra lxju,i, mic set
c. Anvtuue who was;
tier on land within a forcbt reserve be-
I. 1906. but who has already
cxcriczcd or'lost hisliotueStead privilege,
if otherwise qualified, make home-
steud entry under tile provisions of the
proposed law, but must pdy
f 1.50 per
acre lor any lands entered.
6. . The first preference right to enter
lands classified under the act -vN ill be
given to persons vho settled on saiil
land pribr to January 1, 1906, unit to
those persons, if (nullified to make Home
stead entry, who applied to have the
classification made, but this latter class
shall not apply for a tracj occupied by a
settler before that date; otherwise, they
uitgiit lose tueir preference rtgut.
7. Supervisors arc often absent from
their headquarters, atfd so cannot be
reached at nil, times with equal -certainty
by all applicants. To avoid any undue-
advantage 01 nuc anrdioant over atiotherJ
due to this-cause, all applications under.
.I.l.i a. ..4 lu. (nn.HIHla.t' !. ..h!I .a I
MI19 iiwi iiiuab v .uinmuiii uj mail lu
the forester, jYVashtygtyu..,. i..C.. by the
umiliiuuia. , . r ,,.
8. All application., received iu Wash
ington in the same until for the cxami-,
nation of the same tract will be treated
us. simultaneous, and simultaneous ap
plicants will be notified.. A similar
notice will 1 given to the later of two'
applicants for the examination of the
same tract. r -
9, No examination of ,n6re than one
quarter section Svlll be ordered upon the
of the forest .eserve .nntl
land, examination of which w,as uquest-
ft J I lit lAitnl cult. ills 4 oil-it, tititintl Tt-VL'M
ship and range, it not sun eyed, by
teferencq to natural objects, streams, or
improvements with sulhcient accuracy to
identity uie land,
11. Forest officers must not make np-
filicatious for the examination aud list
tig of lauds under thN act.
12. Instructions governing the allow
ance of entries to be made under the act,
otter the llsttng will be issued by..tne
interior department. ..
.. GiPFonn l'lKCHOT. l'orelter.
Read The bulletin.
application o,iie saiue rpertou, but it an
application wiiiuirawu or rvjecieu ap
plication wtlblie ivceh e"d? fov other land.
10. Anplicnuts must tmfc tlie. .name
MUSTNOT BUILD NOW
New Court,. House for
SUCH IS THE JUDGE'S ORDER
Temporary Injunction Made Perma
nent by Judge Bradshaw at The
Dalles on July 12.
No new court house will be built
at the present. The temporary in
junction served against the county
codrt restraining them from build
ing a court house, was made per
manent last week by Judge Brad
shaw, with a slight modification!
This modification provides that the
county court shall not incur an in
debtedness against the county, 111
the construction ot a court house,
to exceed the statutory limit of
?5,ooo. This is practically nothing
more or less than a total injunction
as the sum of $5,000 would prove
ridiculously inudequate in the elec
tion of such a building. Thus
those who have protested against
tbc high-handed actions of the
county court in this matter have
been vindicated and their efforts
have met with success.
The defendants' attorney, M. R.
Elliott, founded most of the defense
on, a technical attack of the com
plainL entered, by the plaintiff, ignor
ing the vital question raised by the
plaintiff of a lack of funds to buitd
a court house at this time without
incuring a heavy debt against the
county. His defense practically
ignored those points pertinent to
the case, such as the conditions of
the county's finances and the ques
tion of additional taxes. The
weight of the plaintiffs case con
sisted in a presentation of the pre
sent condition of county finances',
showing that they did not warrant
at this time the expenditure neces
sary for the erection of a new court
TJit! judge's order is as follows
In the Citcult Court of the State of Ore
gon for Crook County.
Charles S. Benson, plaintiff, vs. V. A.
Bell, county judge of Crook county, Ore
gon, aud M. 4). I'owellandS. S. Steam,
county contmi&a.ioners of said county,
constituting tee County court for the
transaction of county business, defend
ants. Now at this time this cause coming oti
for hearing on. motion of the defendants
to dissolve the injunction ' heretofore
l'laintiff appearing by his attorney, W
H. Wilson, and the defendants appear
iug by their attorney, SI. R, Elliot, and
said motion having been heretofore duty
argued and presented by counsel for the
respective parties hereto and by the
court taken under advisement. The
court having considered said motion and
affidavits submitted by the respective
parties hereto and now being fully ad
vised in the premise finds that said in
junction heretofore issued herein should
be modified so as to limit its effect to
prohibiting the said defendants from
entering into any contract for the con
struction of a court house that will incur
indebtedness auainst said county exceed
ing the sum of 15,000 or to do any act
towards the building or construction of
said court house that will incur any in
debtedness agatust said county exceed
ing the sum of fa.ooo.
It is iherefore ordered, adjudged aud
decreed by the court that the defendants
and each of them nml each of your scr
vantSt agents, attorneys, employees and
all persons acting under the control-,
authority or direction of you or either
or any ol you do absolutely desist and
refrain from building or constructing a
coui t house or from making or entering
into any contract for the erection or con
struction ,of said court house or any part
therVof. whereby an indebtedness will lie
incurred or created against said couiitv
exceeding the sum of five thousand
Thit said injunction heretofore issued
is iu all other respects dissolved and set
Done at chambers at The Dalles, Ore
gou, this 13th day of July, 1906,
W. h. Hradshaw, Judge.
To contract to deliver 750,000
feet of logs, to commence May 1st
. Hawkins Buos.,
Horses for Sale.
All sizes, broken and unbroken,
at Erickson's ranch, Bear Creek