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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1911)
JUNIPER VALLEY IS RAPIDLY
Lumber (or Five New Cabins Left
Bend Saturday. Clearing of Land
Progresses snd Mny will
ttovo Spring Crops In.
The country to the south east of
Bend, often referred to as the "High
Desert" is being settled up more
rapidly than people realize. With
in the past three months more than
30 Homesteader's cabius have been
built within a radius of ten miles.
Lait Saturday freighters left here
with lumber for five more homes.
The locality that is being settled
most rapidly now is Juuipcr Valley,
13 miles cast of Millicatt's ranch
and about 44 miles from Iktid.
The lumber that was taken from
Bend Saturday will be used in
building cabius for Fred Schuck,
Frunk Schuck, Christiana Schuck,
Albert Couch and Ralph Jordan,
each of whom has a 330 acre home
stead. Louis Radcliffe formerly of Bend,
is now digging n well on his place,
10 miles southeast of M tllieans.
Stevenson, whose claim is 12 miles
southeast of Millicau.s ranch and
3 miles beyond the Rudcliffc place,
has the deepest well in that locality,
50 feet. . On the Edward Wade
place a good supply of water was
secured at 12 feet. Practically all
of the homesteaders are making
arrangements to sink wells in the
There has been but little clearing
done, and consequently practically
no winter wheat was put in. How
ever many of the newcomers will
have their land fn shape to put in
spring crops. From every prom
inent hill one can see the clearing
work being carried on.
n Ltgtnd nd
Th ContUllatton Orion
The constellation Orion Is mentioned
In the literature of all ages. In Egypt
It represented Horn, the young or ris
ing sun. in a boat surmounted by stars,
closely followerf by Elrlus. which was
shown as a cow. It has also been
found sculptured on the walls of
Thebes 5.000 years ago. And on the
men of that early time It shone down
from the same position and with the
same brightness as It does on us today,
a striking example of the uncbange
ableness of the heavens.
Prom tho days of the early Illndu
to the present the constellation has for
some reason borne always a stormy
character. Allusions to its direful In
fluence are found every where among
the claIc writers. Thus Milton wrote:
When with fierce winds Orion arrived
Hath vexed tbe Red aea coast.
The los of tbe Roman squadron in
the first Tunic war was ascribed to tbe
fleets having salted Just after tbe ris
ing of Orion. The group has also ben
employed ns a calendar sign. Its morn
ing rlslug Indicating tbe beginning of
summer, its midnight rising tbe season
of grape gathering and its early even
lag rising tbe arrival of winter, with
its attendant storms. In recent timon
tbe group has always represented a
great hunter or warrior. Its present
title came Into Greek astronomy from
the Euphrates and originally signified
the light of heaven.
They Know Just What to Do and Do
It Without Guidance.
Just so soon as a baby turtle emerges
from the egg off ho scuttles down to
the sea. lie has no one to teach blm.
no one to guide him. In his curhpus
little brain there Is Implanted a streak
of caution based upon the fact that
until a certain period in his Ufa bin
armor is soft and no defense against
hungry fish, and bo at once seeks the
shelter in tho tropical profusion of tho
gulf weed, which holds within its
branching fronds an astonishing abun
dance of marine life. Here the young
turtle feeds unmolested while bis ar
mor undergoes tho hardening process.
vybatever the young sea turtle eats
and wherever ho eats it facts not gen
erally asccrtolncd-ono thing is cer
tain, it agrees with 111 in Immensely.
He leads a pleasant sort of life, busk
ing la tbe tropical sun add cruising
leisurely in the cool depths.
Once he has attained the weight of
twenty-five pounds, which usually oc
curs within tho first year, the turtle is
freo from all danger. After that 110
fish or mammal, however ravenous.
however well armed with teeth, Intor.
feres with tho turtle
When once ho has withdrawn his
bead from Its position of outlook into
tho folds of his neck between tbo two
shells Intending devourcra may strug
gle In vain to mnko on impression
upon blui. Harper! Weekly.
" A GASTRONOMIC JOY.
Old Engllah Raclpa For the. Fmout
8oup la Crtcy,
In Hip "lllmtrnted London Cookery
Nook." by l'mlorlck UImuop, Into cul
alttcr to St. James palace, Karl Clrey,
the MnniuU of Stafford, Huron Holla
child. Karl Norbury. Captain Dun
eoinlte and many of the first fnmtllen
of (Irent Hrltnln (ISMi. wo find this
recle fur noupe n In Crvcyt
"Cut half a pound of lean limn In
dice, three onion, four turnip, twehc
carrots (the outer side red onlyl.n head
of celery, n fnpit of sweet liorlm. two
blades of mace, six cloven, a bny leaf
and half a pound of salt butter. Fry
all down In a stowpan until they pet n
little brown: then add some second
stock and stew until all the root aro
quite tender; then rub It through a
tammy sieve or tammy cloth with two
lone spoon. If Tcry thick add more
stock. Season with cayenne and black
pepper and salt and a pood bit of sug
ar. Send up on a napkin some nice
fried bread cut In small dice and not
Till I far less elaborate than It
sound and Is. Indeed. In the main tho
recognised recipe for tho royal soutv
The spice I. If anything, a trltle over
done, and the carrots want to be well
ehoen. a. the slightest strlnglneis de
stroys the homogeneity of the com
pound. Tho broad dlco are Important
and should be fried In the very best
butter or superlatively good ollvo oil.
rail Mall Garette.
of Two Powerful Expletlvss
Kneaded Into Paite.
Cordite is the outcome of tbe strange
paradox that If you mix together two
powerful explosives the result Is n
moke!es slow bunting powder. Ni
troglycerin and pun cotton mixed to
gether wjth n little petroleum Jelly
make cordite. It Is curious to seo the
two deadly explosives being kneaded
together into a paste by women with
the same unconcern n dough la knead
ed for bread. Indeed, machine simi
tar to those used In bakorlc take up
the work and knead tho buff colored
cordite paste for seven hours. Then It
U forced through molds and Isues la
long cords hence the name cordite
the thickness of which is varied ac
cording to the weapon in which It Is
to be used.
For big guns cordite Is half an inch
thick and cut into lengths of thirty
seven Inches. Rather more than a
thousand of these cordite sticks pack
ed In two bundles make up the car
trldge for n twelvo inch gun. For tho
rifle cordite Is pressed Into a very thin
string, like tbe finest macaroni, and
sixty of these strands one inch and a
balf long mnko the neat little bundle
which Ilea inside the cartridge case.
Kor some European armies cordite Is
made in flat thin strips llko whale
bone. Kept away from fire, cordite
enn be handled with Impunity. Lon
Mountains of Moab.
Most travelers who visit tbe Holy
Land content themselves with a visit
to that restricted part west of Jordan.
The mountainous regions of Moab as
seen by them from Jerusalem are lost
In a purple haze that constantly hangs
over them, and the great stretches be
yond are covered In mystery. This
Is truo partly because of tbe fewer
historical Incidents connected with the
eastern regions, but mainly on account
of tho great abyss of the Jordan val
ley that has always acted as a barrier.
Few who descend into the valley 1,300
feet below sea level undertake to climb
tbe hills beyond, which rise to a
height of 3,000 feeL Though its glory
is far outshone by that of western
Palestine, still, both in tbo old and tbe
new dUpematlons, it has a history of
Its own and from an economic stand
point will always enter very largely
Into the life of Palestine. Christian
Victor Hugo's Double,
Victor Hugo had a real double In
fleih and blood, who exploited bis
physical resemblance to tho man of
genius. He cut bis beard like Hugo's,
copied tho master's uress in its small
est details and so for eighteen years
divided with the master tbo admira
tion of tbe public. His especial de
light was to pose In a poetical attitude
in front of a Punch and Judy show.
Ho did this at a particular spot every
Thursday afternoon for year, thor
oughly enjoying tho murmurs of curi
osity and applause proceeding from
the gaphig crowd which he deceived.
We do not bear that be reaped any
other reward but his pleasure.
Didn't Like the Suit,
"Sir," said tho young man as he en
tered the library for tho purpose of In
terviewing the father of tbe only girl.
"I am In lore with your daughter.
llave you any objection to my suit?"
Tbe old man looked the y. ro. over
from head to foot.
"I sure have," bo replied. "Why. I
wouldn't wear a misfit suit like that
to a dog fight. Why don't you try
some other tailor?" Chicago News
From His Pa's 8lde,
"She doesn't know where tho baby
gets his bad temper,"
"That's strange. Most young moth
ers can place that sort of responsibil
ity lu a Jiffy." Louisville Courier
Journal. Another Definition.
Utile Wllllo Hnv. ra. what is a eo-
fraette? Pa A coquette, my son, is a
girl who gets uioro admiration tnan
Anger begins In folly and ends in
NOTICR FOU PUBLICATION.
Department of the liiltilur,
U tt l.ml ORW al The Dallca, Oregon,
IH-eelubel lyllt, ivtA
NutUe U ntttnv Kit' it thai
loi li, lluutton,
ul nil. Okkvii, who, 011 lMter afuti, i$H,
made hotneateail eiilrjr, No. oijuj fut nH ur,
atnlntU ""U, Hecllon I), luniithlpi; Hoiiln,
Unit 11 Knit, lltfimelte Mttkllan, ha Bled
notice of inleiitlou lu make t'tnat Oiiminutallon
ITwir, to eatahlWh claim lu the Unit atw Or
.illd, twlore II v. Hill. V S Couimlaaloner,
t hit otter, t Uend, Oregon, on ihe jlil il.y of
Clalmaui niitinii irltntMt. totinV Vuimi;,
AlUilll tiyiuan, Klmer J Mcillll. ami W Hmj
Wilktnaoit, alt or llend, Oregon
41-47 C W, MOOHIt.Rrglaler,
NOTICK FOU PUBLICATION.
IWlMittinrnl of the liitnlor.
II, S. Umii.I tunc al The tfcillee, Or
inc. ti, uio.
Notice leherrliy given that Cheater II Market,
wlioat iioalufflrv addteaa la Three !' Ik., Moli
lalia, Olil in lh tl.t Jay ut Novtmtwi, tto,
hit In Ihla ince ewutii aialemtnt ami aiipllka.
lion, No om, lu tmtchaae the acM neirW:
J, T. ITS.H. 11 If, V M , ami thetimtMt
thrltua umlcrlhe l.rovlalone ut the act of uue
j, U7. end lue act. amendatory, knuwnaalhe
TluiNr anil rUoiie Law," at null value e
might be hid by aiiiai.mcnt. ami that, ur
auauttu.uvh apullcalluii the land ami Umber
Ihtreon hate liven appralaed, the timber e.ll
mated luusoo tuard Ittt at l u r M, ami the
land wi that aald apllvnt Mill oil.' Anal
pruufiu aupporl of hi. application ami emnu
autemeul on the ijlli day of Matvh, HH.Iw
lor the Krkl.ier and Heveleer ofihe l) a land
OKtct.at riw IMllea, Oregon
Any priaon u taiKii) to piotret Hilt nur
chacUfolr entry, or Initiate a ruute.1 at li
time belurv iwlmt li.urt. by Allng a currol
otalil amdavlt In Una utm.r, alli,lng favla
which wuulu defeat Ihr entry
t-M W MDUHIt. Krkl.ltr
NOTICK FOU IMMUilCATION
liepaittntnt of the Interior,
if H. Land lilnve at Uakielew, Or.,
Nve it, lylo.
Notice It hereby given thai
Ada II Mllilco.
whoe pvalofAcc addttu I. Ittnrvlllr, Clonk
L'uuiily, Oreaou, did, un the !5lh day of Augu.l
lyuy rue lu thlaulhce timirii Maltment ami a
IHuatl'iii, No oijn7 tu ulUiae the ( h Jl.
r Jl H K. It It . W M ami the tlcnli i thereon,
under the oiuvliton. ol thr ail of iiiue J, lJ,
lad acta amendatory, known at the'ltiulnr
and hlone Law." at aiich value a. inlkht be A.ed
brapmalKiiieul, and that miaunil IumhIi ap
plication the land and timber thetevu have
oevii appralaeU at a tutal ol mj 7. lb timber
ealiraated .ijoou buard feet al I ;j per M, ami
the land i5l, hat aaldapplkaut wnl offer final
I uiuui in tuppoii 01 ner appncniiuu ami.wuru
ut merit un the ruth day of January, wu.l-e
fore CouiuiMloucr T J Duttr at I'llnrrille, Urr-
I Any ron la at liberty tu prutrtt l hit pur
I chat before entiy, or luiliatca vuute.t at an)
1 time bifutc pati ul U.ue, by hi In a- a corrobo
rated allidavu In thl.olhre, allKtnK (act. whlth
wuuiu u.h.i 1 ne enir
.iKlhVxw uVldN t-iliter
Charles Uoyd, Prop.
0. C. HENKLE
Real Estate Exchanges
of all Kinds
The Bend Bulletin, per yr. $1.50
The Semi-Weekly Oregon
Journal, per year SI.50
loth Papers One Year $2.00
This olTer applies only to NEW
Thwuy Oregon Journal
Publishes the latent and most
complete telegraphic nuwi of the
world; gives reliable market re
ports, as it is published at Port
land, where the market newb
cau be and is corrected to date
for each issue. It also has a
page of special matter for the
farm and home, an entertaining
story page and a pa;e or more
of comic each week, ond it goes
to the subscriber twice ever)
week 104 times a year,
The Bend Bulletin - -
Gives all thelocal news and hap
penings aud should be in every
home in this vicinity,
The two papers make a splen
did combination and you save $1
by sending your subscription to
THE BEND BULLETIN
good clubbing offer for the Daily
and Sunday, or Sunday Journal,
in connection with
THE BEND BULLETIN
1 OKI im immm ii 1 ilini. mm.
NOTfCB FOU PUlUilCATION.
lttlmiil of Hie InUiliir,
V H LamlORUealTliriiallee, Or,,
ln mlier j, lyltf,
Nullce U hetetijr len that neurit I' Heaina,
of l"liillle, iHeaoii, who, un (uiulitr n ly7i
made rimlier aim tttutie twurii nUlrmriil No
4!oUUll.il No. UIIMI), for tM nrl(, tH V(, Hn
11. T foH.K iilt.w M . Ii (llil uulUeufln
Icutlmi to mke ftiinl llmlxr eml mone ineol, lo
rtlHtt Onlm lullie Uml alxive ilrMllitil. Iw
loir Waneii llumii, Comily Clink, al lil oilier,
al If iiieviiie, oitaoii, 00 (lie imh uy ui renin
CUIinmit nmini wlliiemrei UlllUml.to
fbrt,(liorgc M Cornell ami llrmy A I'mlri
ol I'lliieville, Ultatui, ami J II mmmul Hliaii
40-IV C. V MOOHIt, Hlttr.
NOTICK KOK PUBLICATION.
!HVatlmenl ol the Intel lor,
U. rt. t,aml (Idle at The Dalle, Dr.
Nor. , lym.
Notice U hrrrliy iilvrn llial--
Chatlra W KilkliiMr,
of lleml. Iirrgim, who, on Manh 4, Win, maili
homratrad vtitrv. No trm,k. lur iiri nrU H- la
ami Ml, Kl( Hw ), T NH K II l , W M , haa
mm notive 01 imriiiiou 10 inave nnai ruiiumita
lion itoof, lo rllalill.li tlaliii lo Ihe laml almu
.i..ii.i 11. i. ,. ,,,ii i, .. ... i-
aiourr athlauilice al lliml iirtKuit, on ihe Mill
oayuijan , igu
Claimant iiamra at wlllnraara lolm II llrt
tiiirii, lamra It rUwhill, I'lnl II hhuii.Ual awl
I.UIRVT t .iitiae,mi oi neiiii, iir
yr C w MiMHIt, KfwlUrr
Members uf The
DEND REALTY IIOARll
HKNB TOWNSITK CO.
BBNU RHALTY KXC1IANCU
J I HVRNIJ
CKNTKAIaOKH. K1,AITY CO.
CROOK COUNTY RUAI.TY CO.
UKSCI1UTKS RKAI.TV CO
J. A. If ASTKS
ho:.:k LAND CO.
0. C. HHNKI.H
HOMKSK15KKRS LAND CO.
V. R. RII.KY
Snidary ol Male. .. ..
necreurjr ol Treatory
Hevtelary of lulcrlor .
Seerclary f War
Vttttary ul ay . ..
Ikvictary uf Coimnrtee
Attorney Uencral.. .. .. -
Mvtetary ot Acrlcullurc
U S. Dlitrlct Ju.l'
V 8. Altorury
U. It. Mar.hal . . ...
William II. Tan
riillatxlct C Kkwi
-KMhanl A IUIIIhj.i
.J. M Iwklui
.(lwrke m L. lr)ti
ml I A twf-Clia ilea Sagil
.Prank II IIIUIikMa
.Ufwrge W, WUkd.baM,
I Chat It Wulrtrtirti
I kdwii it man
... Juhii McCaHiil
-K. II S,,,,'
l-oalmailrr at IkuU ...
L' b, Cooiialaaloucr at
IkuJ II. C. lUI.e
Uorernor - ...
Mrertury ol blale
Trraturtr . . ..
Itapt 1'ubllc lnttutluu. .. .
Mate rtlntcr . .
. ... . II Wel
f. W. Ilrnx u
.. -K Kay
. A. M.Ciaoleol
W H. Iiuul"-,
..I. W. lullry
Dairy ami Pood ComiulMioner
Cummlaaloncrof Latur hlallatie ... . I' IW
iTnoa k. vanipmii
Cliile 11 Aliehlauii
Oamt an.l l'ortilry WaiUru.. a O. Mrno
Stale Itniiaeer John II Lewie
.. u i Illeoree It ChainbelUlii
w.o .m.w,. j Jonathan rtaurnc. Jr
1 W. C. llawliy
A. V. Uaffcrlir
T. A. MCliriM
I' A. Moore
Sulirtmr Jodf r ,..
ftrata noaau or CoraoL (War )
loan II. Lewlt. Stale lliif Inter,
ll T. Ilolfale, Supl Mr No I
r. M. iMilon, uit, Ditf. No, i
M. falem, Or
. .Ilottanra, r
HTATM Land Ikiaati (lerernor. heerctarv uf
ilale ami Male Tieaiurer.
hrata liaaaaT Imnii !loar Ooreruor, Mate
Tliaaurer ami Attorney llcaeial.
SKVKNTII JUDIL'IAU DIHTKICT
Ulorncy . .
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uJe - . . . C IBM.
Clcr..... . vtarreu iiiowh
aherirf.. ........ Prank l.lkiiia
Treasurer ....... .... . W. H. King
Aeaeeor..... . . ............. ..J. I). M folllllr
Khool huberlulinJcul... ....... M. A, Kortl
Hurve)ror..... .......... ....l'rrl A. KU
CiacVIT Couar flrat alomlay In May; IhlM
Mouday In Iktuter.
I'aoaar a Couar Flrat Momtay In earn month
CoUMiaaiuNaaa' Couar Flrai WeliiraU)
In January, March, May, July, betJleuibrt
llano School Uiaraicr No, n,
J II Hay
(C U lloiallng
. U. 1). Wiral
I. C. I'. Harrington
Mlai Aila roller
MIm Harriet IXilarn
Miaa Florence C. Vouua
Mltatila M. Amlcraou
Mlaa Kalhcrlnc llaaklna
Mlaa Nona Klchanlaou
IMra tilenu II rilaclt
CITV OF II UN I)
- . . U, C. CO
ii. c. mil.
I II iln.lll
11. It Allen
I. II. Killry
W II, halUra
Cull on or telephone us for all kinds of
We saw Cord Wood and I.imh Wood 011 short notice.
Ordcra I'romntly Filled.
W. P. DOWNING, Proprietors'.
The Home Land Company
Timber Lands, Irrigated
ROBERT 13. GOULD
ClVll. HNOINUHK AMI Sl'KVICYl'H.
Brewster & Brewster
and Civil Engineers.
I'rliievlllo iitid lleml, OrcK"".
W. W. Faulkner, D. M. D.
II end, Otf0 ll
sAvii money !?"Msi;r
Horticultural lire Relief of Oregon
Home nllicc, Sulcm, Ore.
Let me rxpLilu.
S. II. SNYDKR AKcnt, lleml, Ore.
Dr. A. A. IiUIRiS,I,?,,'Sffilr
Heater. lliraar HueMaafully Tiralrtl
wiihoulllic llMof iniiiiior Huitrry. 1
the Naliitat MclhwUuf lleallna. fhron.
Ic tMaraara a Hr(laHy Coiiauttatlun I'lre
MtlilUr of tlir Male ami National Natuiatrt
lllTire In lldlallna IIMa . femt. Oian
tlorscshoclnj; a Scclnlty.
Corner limul nuil OrcKtv StrccH.
Physician and Surgeon
Dcscliutcs UitiikiiiK and Truit Co.
Wall street, lleml, Or.
F. H. MAY
CIVIL HNCIN It K R
U c u d , O r c u o n .
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OKFICK IN I'IKHT NATIONAL HANK UUX1.
Vernon A. Forbes
FIRST NATION A I. HANK II 1. 1X1.,
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICII OVKH 1MK8T NATIONAL UK.
OlTicc I lour a: lo tu ll a." in.; I lo J ami
7 to H p. ut,
Ukno, : Okhoon
F. 0. MINOR
LI VHVl R I'. ACCI MINT
Notary I'lilillc anil Coiivcyanclni! All
I.CKal I'uivr Correctly Drawn,
Crook County Abstract Co.
A1ISTKACT8 Ul' TITI.K
to all taint ami town lota in Crook county,
U. !'. WYI.UU, Secy.
V7c photoj-rnph the record)".
UKND LODOH No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday 011 01
before the full" moon of eucb
month. Vinltinir brotlicih
.1 1 ways wclcniue.
H. O, KLLIB. 8acy. O. M. lieoriCLO. W. M
and Dry Farm Lands.
Rooms foi Rent
Confection! , fruit
Picnic Snp 11, ClK'im
J. F, Trjnrt & Co.
! Itillllini oil
Willi l'rtKT Ml
N. P. WEIDER
lct ami Heat Wall Iti ei Sum-
I'ica 111 inr tTi'iiir ,v
CHAKI.IIrt (lOltTJltN, t'HOl'.
V.I I Ulill
Wll MANDI.II nvii'vrniN(i.
l.raNc yoiil ntilrla Mllll .Silk hmltli
Direct Hxprcki Service hctuecu
Sluniko and llcml.
Two Rli Knch way every week
Bend olllcc nt Pilot Huttc Horn
I'lionc ortlcr.s to Rcdtnond,
Promptly Attended to
SHOP ON ORIJCON ST.
Now is the time lo order
your tititcr wood, for the cold
iilljlits demand n large pile of
dry wood. Can he hotiKht of
V M. Cnrler nt n rt'iihonablc
price, delivered nt nuy time
i.vnve niuefH nt A M Lnru's,
F. M. CARTER
u . .. it
W'ai aTtanJ,, , ,, m "" Wf i-iT " aft
.uirne&s nnu MtUdieo
Trunks und Vnllscu