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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1907)
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rHE BEND BULLETIN but Uic report wns unfounded ns
Mr. urcgory utd not close tne ueni
while here, although It i known
thnt lie held nn outiou on the place
which expired yesterday.
"For every man a
less and no more."
square ileal, n6
-CIIARU5S I). RQWU KUITOR
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--FRIDAY, NOVEMBUR S, 1907.
" 'InmrUbly In Jrnce.)
CROWD WAS ORDERLY.
Flllnpral Lakeview Land Office Taken
with Ctock'LIke Precision.
Reports from the Lnkcviciv land
office state that the taking of Slings
t that place on the morning of
-October 2S proceeded with great
quickness and precision and was
entirely free from any disorder or
trouble The caic with which
these filings' were taken has pro
bably never heretofore been equalled
on a similar occasion. The plan m
tlline a roll of the lineup vn
.continued up to the last minute,
and when the office opened on
Monday morning one of the wait
fhp applicants was chosen by tho
.in the line to call the names nstliev
-appeared in order on the roll, t-nit
each time the land office dooi
opened to receive an applicant the
-two next on the roll walked in and
-c.utcrcd their filings. It only re
quired about two minutes to do
.this and'by noon 136 had filed; bj
3 o'clock all had been put through
the mill. When the land office
.dc-ors were unlocked 204 were in
fine, fit the last report 349 appli
cations had been filed. The Kx
r 'i'xhi officials rushed everything
'had liy Tuesday evening one could
'learn if he had any opponent on
'his claim. - It was discovered upon
theckinjjbff the filings that some
'claims hacHnree or four filings op
t'jeny,' butrthe exact time to the
'"half minute .ras noted on each set
pf papers, co question will arise as
A great many arc, of course, dis--appointed,
but such was expected
11 along, and while some will cgm
promise, others will settle their
caics in the legal department of the
general land office.
Women in the line were heard
to remark that they never saw a
fnore orderly and gentlemanly
browd of men in their lives; that
lliey bad not heard any improper
language during their stay in Hue
GATHERED PAR AND NEAR.
QREOORY VISITS MADRAS.
President of Oregon Trunk Lino .Makes
Further Examination of Route.
I,. I. Gregory, president of the
prcgon Trunk Line railway, spent
last Friday in Madras, looking after
matters in connection with the rail
"road broject up the Deschutes river
to Madras, of which he is one of
tips chief promoters. Friday he
-spent with one of the company's
engineers going over the proposed
route up Willow Creek from the
Deschutes to Madras, says the Pio
neer. x When interviewed regarding the
yrospects for the immediate con
Struction of the road up the Des
chutes Mr. Gregory was very reti
cent, confining his comments to
the present sUte of the money mar
ket, which, he says, makes it ex
tremely faiflicult to finance aiiy Rind
li a railroad projert at this time.
e stated, howev.r. thnt tfic Ore
Ai Trunk LinS project was a l.ve
'):. ntiU.thJt lis believed that mat
his would i'hape themselves up so
J-'it carjy. m the new yar, actual
j "(tstftrWion wovul be under way.
J 7,lrcVffin:!e uitoVnfatiou Ihim th'ih
J . d not be scarred. The O.tgon
K JfrnWi Line recently completed, it
J tccalion of'1' the line as'.fcr'V"
4 J.'hefar's.JJrl'lc'i. andamcndtd'r'ight
WtfavflRps weie filed at TP.e Dalles
1 1 irtl office several week.s ago. It
R. I,. Sherlock of Lake county
has bought 2000 lamb of Vnnccy
Bros., of Prineville, paying $ys
T. II. Gray, n stockman of I'riuc
villc, recently sold 40 blooded Here
fords to parties In Hartley- county,
and the Journal said they sold like
A man nt Summer Lake recently
picked a barrel of apples irom one
limb in the Sherlock orchard.
Many fruit trees there nrc being
dumaged by the branches breaking
under the load of fruit.
The dedication of the new Meth
odist church nt Prineville wilt take
place on December t Dr. Cole
man, president of Willamette uni
verMty, and Presiding Kldcr Skip
worth, besides other ministers, will
be present for the occasiou.
Rev. Chas. A. IMiipps, state Sun
day school worker, will conduct the
second annual Crool. County Sun
day School Convention nt Prineville
in Nov. 22-24. Delegates arc dc--ired
from every Sunday school in
the county, and entertainment will
be provided for nil who attend.
W. C Neff, head forcU ranger
for the Goose Lake National For
est, has fallen heir to a large estate.
His great uncle recently died in
New York leaving nn estate of
$300,000 in cash and n large
.imnunt of other property. Mr
N'cfTs share will amount to a neat
little fortune, says the Lakeview
Prof. Kittredge returned from
Lakeview Tuesday night. A man
who was just ahead of him nt the
land office filed a timber and stone
right on the land Mr Kittridge in
tended to file on as n homestead
The land office officials advised him
not to file a contest, as his chance
of winning out would be poor.
Silver Lake Oregonian.
Miss Wright of Silver Lake, who
drew straws for a timber claim in
the Sican county, and had every
assurance of getting a clear filing,
was disappointed when she came to
the land office to learn that a wom
an under the age of 21 could not file
on a homestead, and after making
extensive improvements on the
place and residing there for a
month, had to give it up. Lake
we fiutcd olit that they were C. fcdlt,
ailtvcyof leaving the country, no we did
not lime a chance to ink them what Mr.
ltarrlmau U going to do, We rciu-e,
however, to lw scared any more by good
or evil report. The only thing thnt wilt
.Utile us I the actunl tout of the loco
motive. A pleasant Hallowe'en social rJ fjiven
by the Lollies Aid on Thttrtdny evening,
but we c .111 not give particulars not being
Mr, Jolimon, slate Sunday School or
(aniicr, preached yeMefday. W'c arc
always gl.id to have Itim vtith m.
When one Uy at home all the time
there is not very imlcll blutlec to gnther
new, and if when one does leave for a
trip to Mmlr.u, lletul, l'rliicvllte, Shan
Iko, Chicago or other Interior points he
feels that he must keep moving nil the
time and Outre U Mill tmt little clmnce
to gather news, llciuc this apology.
K. C. IWkk.
There are good papers and poor
papers. Subscribe for The Bulletin
and read the good kind
There's NEWS in The Bulletin.
Wood For Sale.
I will deliver wood In town
the following prices!
DRY BLOCK WOOD
16 inches long
$4.00 a Cord.
DRY LIMB WOOD
16 inches long
$3.5o a cord.
Tut In your yard on thort notice,
riioue to me when you want wood,
won't eot you anything to phone to
F. M. CARTER;
sale: begins Monday, nov. 11
LIKE A WHIRLWIND
WILL BU OUR STIRRINO
CLOSING OUT SALE!
TTe Central Ore
gon Banking (&
ikcoii roAi(.i) 1904.
Transacts a General Hank
Richard Snow, groom for the
Baldwin Sheep & Land Company
has quite a distinguished record.
Before coming to America he was
in the service of the Rothschilds,
being Miss Rotlnchild's groom,
and left their service to come to
America with the Shire horses uow
owned by the B. S. & L. Co. He
has a diploma which he received
for throwing the horse in England.
Word has been received from
Portland which strongly confirms
the statement that the townsitc of
Laidlaw has been purchased by the
Mount Hood Railroad, says the
Chronicle. The same paper ulso
reports that the laud lying on the
east side of the river and adjoining
the present townsite is to be platted
and placed on the market under n
progressive and extended ndvettis
ing campaign. Uncle Frank Nich
ols will alo plat a portion of his
Intul nu the north of the town and
place it on the market.
Rkduovd. Nov. .!). C. Wool of
1I1U neighborhood, K, M. C.illinaii, A.
I.. llliaiiu uml Oi'o. Itodmun of
Madras were doing ho;j and poultry bu
inessnVlWs farm the' pait 'week. The
last nanied'geutleuierf expressed thcui
k-ivci rs grcauy urpricii at tne change
Acts as Administrator, Ux
ccutor or Trustee of listatcs
Issues Drafts' and Bank
Money Orders on all Forefgn
TO TH E PUBLIC : Wc ,nkc ,l,is occu,,to" lo thnuk j0" for u"r Kl)ia'r UH ,KU
. .- rouagc mid support during the past two yews, yentt. of en
joyable, prosperous uml ever increasing trade.
IT IS TIIKRHFOUH with many feelings of regret Hint jvc lu-re and now ntinniiiicv Hint,
owinH toother buMness interests presenting opportunities of greater Hnmise, v have deckled to
disose of our business here at the earliest possible date
rilHUijl'OUH, beginning MONDAY, KoVttMIIKK ttth, we will inaugurate n wotidcr
fully stirring and COLOSSAL CLOSING (JUT SAI.K that will Ue felt in every sccthin of this
country reducing ns by magic our superb assembly of -plciulld mctuhnitdi.sq.
Nothing wilt be spared to make this tile greatest event of the kind ever known in Husteru
Neither TIMIi NOR SPACIJ Is nllowctl us ft make inciitloii of the InntiincrabW Iwrgulim
of unexcelled merit that await the liu'udrcds of c.itcful buyers in cvoty department of our mum
DRY GOODS, Ladles' Furnl&hiugs, Footweur of ull kltuLs, Meu'.s Clothing and Furulsli
itigs, Hats, Groceries, llnrdwnre, Machinery and Yehlch.s have never ken sold at gtcutur advan
tage to the public than will In- during this sale. , , ,
Let every man, woman mid child prepare ut once to take advantage of this momentous
event, the opportunity of n life-time. ,
Rcmcmbcri Tho solo begins Monday, November 1 1 th.
Our lino of Heating Stoves is compleLo. Make your selections at once.
C. W. ELKINS,
Interest on Time Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes.
John Stcldl, rreildent
J. !!. Sawhill, Vice-I'retideut
"s yuderstood that in a few du s the ,a',, ul!e,, P'nce on UiU juniper ami
cw' urvev vill ue tugeu up ogam
Madras, so asio correct uny' possi-
ole errors m tue lonucr locanou 01
OipsrnctC to tlllS Dl&CC.
It vhs ruwered here Friday after
f.oon tiaf Jre Gtwbry liud' vliri
cliaWd th, rMllftw rarh cd!6biug
IWI WiftiitW I6tf consists'of
p.bout 700 acres of valuable laud,
sac brush waste. They wave a .their
opinion what ciilrcaclj(ltiio that tin;
rfcttler a redoing, to "irake a urcesful
go of it and are gofug It pull through all
right. TlieVcKxl and water looks mijhty
good to thrfln. '. v
OiAirrett!rjf"!'i?.turdJtv f'rrm a 'tnn to
iliulfruVre rrfeiTro or i men In illfMrrnt
ehfcUa I u tie Courui ot imt (yto Billed
It was-not until they had all passed thst
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OCI'IClt IN IHNK lltll.niNU,
W. P. A1YGRS
Land nnd Irrlntion
Practice In alt CnnrXi mid I)carttucuts
of the Interior.
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