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THE BEND BULLETIN.
IIKN1), ORF.GQN, FRIDAY, JUNK i., 1907.
Because wo arc selling tho samo and better
quality nt a closer margin is a very good
reason why you will And our store tho
bcsL placo to buy anything in tho lino of
Groceries, Drygoods, Furnish
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and Oils
The PINE TREE STORE
U. A. SAIIII.K. I'KOPUIUtOR
Ruujjli, Surfaced and (Moulded
Ml Widths, Lengths unci Thicknesses
T. & O. FLOORING
O. O. UASKIIOARI)
0. G. HATTINS
P. U. I). PATENT ROOFING
CUSTOM PUUD MILL IN CONNECTION.
Pilot Butte Development
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bend, 1 - Oregon.
W. P. MYERS
Twl yft iptcltl (iracllcr l(bia Ihc U. n,
MnJ uificc mid iMiMiinicnt of the liittilor.
Office, LAIW.AW, Ouit.
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v U. C. COE, M. tf.
Physician and Surgeon
OI'l'ICK OVKK HANK
Hit iHlflbt (Telephone Connection
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DR. I. L.,CDtPlBLD
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Office in Drug Slots ou sll Htrttt
Office Hours, 9 . 111. kn 4 p. 111,
Office I'tiotic No. yi lltliico I'lioiic No. a
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Physician find Surgeon
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. Low Cost
Tlic Lands of
I he I). I. &
Hie C S. I. Co.
R. D. WICgllAAl
Attorney - at - Law
OI'l'ICi; IN HANK UUII.III.M3.
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Juhii K Kultock
King, Guerln & Kollock
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ln llfMsy llM( , I'OflUn I, Oftyii
Spcll nflriitli.il Kl.rn lo niollon rtUlliig to
Wstcr, l.niiil nU Ocncil Corrlluii lri,
I'KACTICK IN AM. I'lilUiKAI. AN1J SVATIt
J. II. IIANUtt.
ABSTRACTER of TITLES
" ' " .JJOTAUV l'MIMC
I'lrc Iufitiip, 1,11c tlLiirmict, Hiirtly Hands,
Heat Hitstc, ConvtjuncliiK
I'UlNllVIM.i:. . . OKKOON
a y T,1E 4
First National Mm
CniMtaT, Surplub and Undivided
v'-protits-, iioo.ooq.oo :
,wm wollcrMi., ..'.. .."...rVu iWJent
f. M.nltHliiM..,Mi.i....M r m , ..iCairltr
-.. in. iHiiHff
RESTORED TO ENTRY
(Much Timber Land to He
.150,8X0 ACU US IN Til IS COUNTY
Report Hint President Will Soon I hrnw
Open to Settlement iMnny I'em
purnry Forest Withdraw nl.
The Ort-gnultiii of June 7 says the
secretary of the interior will noon
order the restoration to entry of tilt
littitl In Oregon nnil Idaho tenixr
nrlly withtlruwu for forestry pur
pones but not heretofore nitule pnrt
of forctt reset vc.t. Under the Fill
ton iitiiciiiliuent this hind could not
now be reserved except by act of
congress, nnil 111 it is impossible to
secure .such legislation, it wits con
ittilcrctt itood policy to throw this
laud oikmi to entry. The older of
restoration has nut yet Ikcii iniulc,
hut will prolxtbly issue in n few
dnyi, .Mlpulntiug that the land
nlfccteil be opened to sclllciticnt in
50 day., nnil be subject to entry
ufter 90 days.
The restorations which have been
recommended by the forest .service
comprise much laud in Oregon,
Washington and Idaho, but that
which will Interest llullctiu readers
most will be the restoration of
350,880 in fie I'reiitont National
Potest Reserve, In Crook county.
The north litm of this reserve lies
within a few miles of Ikud, ap
proachiui: cloe to Hor&e Iltilte.
Oregon reserves to lie affected by
the order are as follows: Ooo.se
Lake National Forest, Klamath mid
Luke counties, 105.840 acres; Fre
mont National Forest, Crook county,
350,880 acrc! Wetich.i National
Forest, Wallowa county, 17,910
acres, Wallowa National Forest,
Union county, 41,360 acres.
A Letter from J. Frank Stroud,
llullctiu readers wilt be interested
in the news contained in the follow
ing letter Iroui I. Frank Stroud. It
I&Talaiia, Oregon, June 6, i7.
Onir Sir Will j 011 kindly null our
llullctiu to tlicnlxive nililrem, in wer.ll.tll
tnit lilcly be liK'dtnl here for the nun
liter, wheic c nrcrniuplui; In the muiiii
twin for the U-uefit u( Mm. Ktroml'ii
An T. It would miy, w nrc ilc-llnliti'il
with cer)thiiiK here mul iiuty with Hint
Mime of our (ririnls (iimi haiur, m c
ntilt Ipslut 011 cnlllnj lleml, wrru hcic to
enjoy the lnlc. Intlti. unit lloai with
which lliln place it hint.
With kiinlctl trunnU to nil nt "homo"
I run, Klnccrcly your.
J. I'kani: Stkouii.
A Fine rich! of Clover.
Gcorcc L. Situmoiis has one of
the finest fields of clover ever crown
anywhere, 011 his ranch between
Uend mid I.nidlaw. This clover Is
the Mammoth Retl Top variety mid
alreadystauds nbout t8 Inches high,
full of large ml blossoms, and pos-
hcssiiiR a prctly rich jjreen color.
The field wjll, Wttafnly yield two
heavy cuttiliga of hay this season.
Mr. Simmons Is aft experienced irri
gator nud hns.cuc if the very finest
, ,,Clover,,ls,4pfuB remarkably well
throtighouV this whole section and
ttndottbtcdlv will, lie one of tha
, ' I.. - . . i
icautng ioragc.icr,ops tor tins part
01 cuiriw urcgon.
The hot sVcnUtcr during the week
has brotiizht but the rattlesnake in
goodly niftftuera, sayrt therincvllle
UcvJcw.- Upfct the rock uarYy a
rattler six feet Intitr was k'nVi-d ltv
y'he yorktf-pnvV Tht1 Vorkliteft jJt'y
was six im totifr, and ns ttre
writer ran across one fully five feet
long up Oclioco Sunday he htm 110
tea.so'u io doubt their statement
although the reptile's body was not
brought to town to substantiate
their woid. The overage rattler is
not more than 30 inches in length,
rattles mid nil, mid to gore upon
one five feet long uivas one a niin
ihir sensation to that brought about
by looking upon a boa constrictor
for the first time. A snake of that
sie looks wicked, mid yon don't
want to cultivate its acquaintance.
WIUJMKE FRUIT COUNTRY
HAS mm FAITH IN BEND'S CI.IMATIi
Ihpcrlenced (IrowerSayn I til Section
Will Some Day Produce a (Ircnt
Abundance ol Fruit.
That the Ilciid country will .some
lay lie 11 great fruit producer Is the
firm conviction of W. II. llrtice, a
recent comer to these parts from the
Dig Ilciid country ot Washington.
Mr. Ilrucc has tented a small acre
age ou the Spluiug place and is try
ing his hand at funning on a small
settle. He says this work is new to
him but, ou the other huiid, he has
had considerable experience in
Where Mr. Ilrucc lived in the
Dig Mend country all kinds of fruit
do well and apples bear prolificnlly.
That Miction lies at nbotu the, tamo'
altitude as Hem! and i nlo nlllictcd
with frosts, but the frosts do not
seem tti interfere seriously with
the pioductioii of fruit. At a place
to utiles from Mr. llruce's old
home, situated directly in the foot
hills of the mountains, thctc is n
targe orchard that Is a noted beur
er and unity kinds of fruit arc
grown there. The uearucMt to thcl
Minw-chid mountains apparently
docs not liiiiUer fruit guns log 111
One thing here that has particu
larly moused Mr. llruce's admira
tion and wonder is- a strawberry
patch 011 Joe lluckliok's place. Mr.
Iluckholr set out the plants late
this spring mid Iwrrics arc now be
ginning to ripen 011 them. Mr.
llrttcc savH there is a good average
yield ou the plants, something that
he has never seen Iwforc on plants
so soon after being transplanted, nu
occurrence that he says he can not
Hhhmonp, June 10, A letter from I,.
I.. Welch to frlciulu utiles thnt he U al
St. Johtu working at his trade.
It. C Immelrc mul Will Young hmo
both Aioval the Mit wrek. Folk here
uic a fttomp puller mul move Iioum mul
kirn, gnnlco, fence mul ever) thing
iiiuvulil'- mul some thing imiuoviitilc.
Iknii, to Mr. mid Mr, C. M. KcdfieM,!
on June a, ilmiKhtcr I'mler Dr. Tor
Icy' tare lioth artle arc doing well,
Tltv tnitiertlgucd nuulc a litmliii'm trip
to MmlTa the luit o( Init week. Crop
nil hIoiik the wy are hi excellent condi
tion mul much clearing i liciug done 011
the other tde of Crooked river as wclln
on this side.
If you vec tin the Redmond letter
you may lie urc 'U truei mul If yon
don't (tec it there- tvelt'rhnt' another
mMtcr. There wWa hail storm down
1hfljrutveekt'Oidtlioiigfc It didn't
fi?t'to,tl.,lriio,e '.eVe fa io little
o( It out III this neck of the vvoota waH
one reason for mliudug It.
Your reporter find that a little otiIIv
nty cxry day steel trap make jinftty
Kool nae rat poison. Iosflcil with'
wheat U sloe lite work hi ptettv -goodi
H. C. VMk,
IJolled nirlov for Said.
" ttXic7onnsou buildVng'tJh,sVan
htrecl at Ucttd. 2tf
ADOPTS NEW METHOD
Angora Goats to Tie Used
to Clear Brush Land.
WILL I:XII:KIA1I:NT NI2AK Ill-Nil
Flock ofl hese Manly Anliunl Will He
(llvou n Clinucc to Clear OK Cen
tral OrcKuti Sacidirimh.
A new method of clearing land
of sagebrush, mauruiiita mid jtini
IHirs will Ih; given 11 trial near IJcud
during the next few months. The
new method will consist In turning
11 flock of Angora goats onto the
laud and letting them do the work.
The man who is now planning to
give the goats a trial is Fred A.
Ilituiicll, who has n homestead and
.111 adjoining 160 acres two or three
miles southeast of Ik-nil.
It is a well known fact that An
gora goatft are great destroyers of
brush nnd that they do good work ns"
laud clcarcrs. Those who have hod
excrieucc with the animals sny
they will brow re off the saechrttsh
and other vegetation nutil only a
small dead stump is left. They
will also clean tip much of the jun
iper, will rip off the bark and mu
tilate the tree so that it .soon dies
As a clearer of brush the Angora
goat is hard to bent. Moreover,
they tc such good fighters that
coyotes bother them but little and
generally give them a wide berth.
Instances arc known where large
sheep owners have kept a few of
these animals with their sheep lor
protection against coyotes.
There will be quite a little profit
from the goats aside from the clear
ing of the laud. Kach animal will
produce from f 2 00 to 3 00 worth
of wool each year and there will
also be n profit from the natural
increase of the fiov.k.
Mr. llnnncll has had his entire
320-acrc tract fenced thin spring'
with u tlrrcc-wrre fence and has
about 25 or 30 acres cleared mid
rcudy for the plow. His land lies
under the Arnold ditch and will be
watered by that system.
Ilnrrlmnn Takes 0erC. & H.
It is now formally announced
that Ilarriiiiau will take oyer the
Corvnllis K: Eastcrli within two
weeks. Ilauimnutl has rctigued as
president of the road and it is prob
able that J. l O'Uricn, general
manager of the Ilnrriitinu lines in
the Northwest, will be president of
the road. It is thought G. W.Tal
bot, now general manager nnd
treasurer, will become general man
ager and vice-president under liar-
Nothing new can Ik learned as
regards the extension of the C. &
K. into Central Oregon.
No Show for Speculators.
It isrobablc that vigorous action
will be taken to cancel all sales of
Columbia Southern lauds-surround-lug
Laidlaw when these sales have
been made to speculators and not
to "actual oetttcrs." Governor
Chamberlain 'uu'd Treasurer Steele,
favor such action -and the return of
the purchase money to the buyers.
It is said that if any considerable
number of sales should be cancelled,
the amount of the compaitySi Jian
may be raised front an avonigt of
,Q l0 'S pcr ncrc J!!
Springs Cure Rhe,u&hVlern.
Haifa dozen Jomnife'from the
Dufttrduuty are canitficU at the
...ik-.' i 1.. u .
wuiu sixiuuj on iuc icacivuuou
nud several f.iinilk-s fioni tlns 'in
ity have also been camped there
during the past week. The Lpring-i
oie known to jkisvss wouikrftil cur
ative projierlies for rheumatic troub
le, and theirpojiulnrity Iseiihaiircl
by the firtl that the tamping
grounds arc good and then it
splendid fishing to be had right at
hand. Quile a number of families
from this place are arranging to jo
over to the springs during this
mouth and next Madras I'louccr.
DKATM OF MRS. CI IAS. UOYI).
Wife Is 'litkcn Away, l.cavhiic Moth
crloM l'lc Small Children
Mrs. Anna Iloyd, wife of Chas.
Hoyd, died at their home n mile
north of Ilcnd last Monday morn
ing about 2 o'clock. The immedi
ate cause- of her death was a com
bination of hcirl and kidney trou
ble, which developed dropsy. This
sad death leaves motherless five
small children, the youngest being
a babe only n week old at the lime
of the mother's taking awoy.
The funeral will be held today in
the Baptist church, Rev. Tavcncr
officiating. Interment will be made
in the Ilcnd cemetery.
A.J Hoyd, of Missoula, Mont.,
a brother of Mr. Hoyd, is in bend
to attend the funeral
Tumaw, June ij. Wc have been liat
lug Mime nice shower this week.
OeorKc Taytor patted through ticrc
Saturday going to Sisters from Dear
I'. W. kcxerengc and Mr. Scroggins
were in Tomato one day Uit week,
Mr. TeuipUtuu of Sisters was in Turn
ulo Sunday. '
Cl)de Cist of Oitt went to Uend Sat
urday. V. V. SwUher and T, A. Jensen panl
through here Sunday,
Winters & Jensen have their spring
work ou tlieirilin.h attoutdone and s ill
soon turn in n full head.
Dr. Coc of Ilcnd stopped here one .ay
last week, returning from Sister where
he had ln called to , iVnu. t' r
who m witfcruiit Mttlt the mea.lcs.
Jtr. and Mr. I. It. Wimcr, Mr I. J
Wittier, Mr. and Mrs. Cha. .Spauc.li an I
ehlldren visite.1 with 0. V Winter ut. I
family lt Sunday.
CUis. Tlioruthwaite icceicil the sad
new last week of the wrious illness of
hi father ill Michigan.
CrH arc gronhi- fast now day.
Itcry one seem will pleated with the
expectation of a bumper crop this ea-
Iludilowcr t Smith hsl the inlsfor
tune to hrenk the steam fceil at the Dor
ranee mill one day last week and were
oldlcd to scud broken parts to Portland
1. V. Oroutid of Monmoutli, Or., was
in Tuuialo last night. Mr, Ground cami
over the Sautiatn itiouutalus. llesa
there is uu mow on the road now, lie
will start luck today,
Jen Hasselucrg km hi Tuntalo yester
day on 'busbies.
Mrs, Scragging and sou Tanl pasticd
through here yesterday going to Uend.
County Hoad Supervisor Hoot has a
crcwMif men at work on the new mad
uiH of I.aidlaw west and iiotth.
Any one knowing the whcrtsboins of
n large whitcfaccdllcrford hull hraadefl
with a star oil right shoulder and )( on
eitlter hip will be doing n favor by writ
iiiK to The Star Uauch, Tumalo, Or.
Hull has been mi.ltnj since November,
The telephone is gcttiag to te a great
source for rubbernecks. Tbis should le
Powell Uuttes Notes.
Mr. Keiinclls has returned to the
batten from Shaulko with his family,
Another famJly wilt soon be added to
the powtttdii of the Powell Iluttes l
clnHyV J, J. Tones exnects Ids familv to
tlrrlvc en Friday of this week.
C. 11. Turner recently purchased a
large work team from Ferry lams. Con
Mr. Mosea Xisw ouger Is Ultlug, In
Walla Walla. Wash, ' l
Mrt.VJ.NV Is enjoying a Uii