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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1903)
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MAR. 7. 1900
In making our journalistic bow
to southern Crook county we deem
it not amis to maku ti brief state
ment, as to the oUjucb of olir enter
prise, ami the policy ftf Utejlulle-'
Our first aim and bisect shall Itc
to publish such news of n local and
general character its will be of In
terest to our renders, paying es
jxxial attention to such Mutters as
may record a step taken in the di
rection of this magnificentcountry's
development; In polities we shall
advocate the principles of the Re
publican party, reserving the right
in local affairs to give our support
to the tnen And measures which
may appear to us to bust stibtarve
the interests of the community in
which wc lire, believing that par
tLsanship shouhl be secondary to
fflre uppreciiitjKl: mid whan this
comprtny has placed writer uioiint8
desert lands, littd thrown ojwu for
settlement its 4,600 and more acres
of land, it will become the Mecca of
homeseekcrs until every tract of
this immense body of laud is the
home of some thrifty settler. It
means homes for tUbusauds; it holds
untold wealth in its productiveness:
it means vast enterprises for this
section of Oregon; it will bring In
creased and increasing prosperity
for the itnmodJato neighborhood; it
YIIK mU.-HAUKtMAN 1MOHT.
Theic has been a rumor in rail
road circles for some time that the
Northern Securities "Co., which
controls the systems of the North
ern Pacific and Oreat Northern
railway companies has boon look
ing over the Eastern Oregon coun
try for a route over which it hopes
to "tap" California in opposition to
the line now controlled by the
Harrlmun iutoragtjg. Recounoiter-
being circulated, or course, when
llcud becomes tt goodly-sixed town
the saloon is bound to come, untolig
otners, as a tiecosnry evil; aiitl
Oven now, if a majority of the eiti
Kens hero feet that a saloon is a ne
cessity, we are in favor of a license
being granted to some reputable
man. A saloon which is conducted
openly and according to the re
quirements of law :lloes not cuttse
one-tenth the distress and misery
that is hatched and fostered in the
operation of a "blind tiger." The
KKpte ho want whiskey will get
it whether a saloon is in the com
munity or no; ami it is much bet
ter for them and for the community
to allow such people to step into a
lawful dispensary of malt and vin
ous liquors than it would be to buy
concoctions of wood alcohol and
other poisons In a "Wind pig."
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS WAREHOUSE. .
Prompt attention taid to those who favor me with their jwtronagc.
Sanford's Cash Store
have wen back and
On May 31st President Roosevelt
will spend the day in Portland, and
while there he will break ground
for the Lewis and Clark exposition.
Admiral Clarke, who took the good
ship Oregon on her roconUbreaking
run from San Francisco around the
Horn to Key Weet ' and nut-man-
(.AHKIIM A IIIU LINK lit'
forth through the country east uf "vcred the other shi, of the Jly
Wc shall at all times work for the
development of Hem: and the upjicr
Deschutes country, and will give
our utosj hearty co-operation and
support to all enterprises of n legit
imatc character having for their ob
ject tltiX'tturmeut of this section of
the state.- Southern Croob county.
and especially the upper Deschutes
country, offers an immense field for
settlement and business enterprises
of the most varied character, and
with the advent of the railroad and
the opening up of our desert lands
to settlement will come an era of
prosperity unprecedented in the an
nals of Oregon or the Northwest.
It shall be our constant aim to foo
ter and further the efforts of settlors
who may intend to make their
homes and fortune! in our midst.
In conclusion, we ask the sup
port and a share of the patronage
of the citizens of this community
and neighborhood, and wc assure
them of our co-operation in all mat
ters that have as their object the
advancement of the beet interests of
"the Bend country."
1-ir.oT HirrrH company wins.
The action of Secretary MI itch
cock, in affirming the decision of
the commissioner of the general
laud office dismiirfiing the protest of
C. C. Hutchinson, president of the
Oregon Irrigation Company, re
moves the last obstacle in the way
of the Pilot Butte Company's work.
Mr. Hutchinson protested ngainat
the granting of the application of
flic Pilot Butte Company for rights
of way for canals, by which the lot--ter
conqtaiiy proxed to divert the
wafers of the Deschutes river for
the purpose of reclaiming their lands
recently entered under the Carey
act. The commencement of the
Pilot Butte Company's reclamation
wprk, which will take place with
out great delay since its contracts
are approved and all other obstacles
have been removed, will mark the
begintting-of a great lira of Devel
opment for this section of the coun
try. Irrigation and its benefits arc
practically unknown in Oregon,
only small areas having been irri-
the Cascades for the jmst two or
three years, ami the vjuiotts rumors
have finally focuseed down to one
conclusion the route from Shan
iko to Bead, as sun-eyed by the
Columbia Southern engineers, and
from Bend south over the natural
(MSB between the Klamath emu I,akc
country ami the Deschutes.
The fact that the Paul Mohr jor
tage road has lately been purchased
by the Jim Hill people, and the ac
tivity of the numerous surveying
parties along the Columbia river
between Colilo and Pasco, gives
somewhat more color to these
grapevine" articles than is usually
discernible in the railroad columns
of cur larger daily papers. The
Harriman interoats are strongly
ngfiiust the extension of the Colum
bia Southern from Shauiko to Bend.
They would not take up the requis
ite bonds themselves, nor would
they allow the management of the
Columbia Southern to dispose of
them on the New York stock mar
ket; and they even went so far as
to state that if the Columbia South
ern secured enough local Oregon
capital to build out from Shaniko
the)' would immediately build a
parallel road in opposition.
But the Northern Securities com
panyof which Jim Hill is the head
and tlte Harriman interests are
deadly enemies; and if Mr. Harri-
mati does not keep his eyes open
the Columbia Southern will be in
Hill's hands, and Bend will be the
most important city oti n . railroad
extending from San Hruucisco to
The poople of Crook county can
hail with joy any fight which may
occur between Hill and Harriman,
as it will mean that cither Hill will
buy the Columbia Southern as part
of his system for tapping California,
or Harriman will allow Lytic to ex
tend in order to keep Hill away.
With the assurance of the port
age road around the dalles of the
Columbia, and the fight on between
Harriman and Hill, the Columbia
Southern will soon be independent
of the O. R, & X., and another
year or two will sec Bend connected
with the outside world by two
shining bands of steel, and tlte
shrill whistle of the locomotive will
awaken the slumbering industries
of the upper Deschutes valley to an
active participation in the business
affairs of the great Northwest, and
people will begin to realize that
there is more in this groat undis
covered country of Central Oregon
than mere occasional spurts of hot
ing squadron at the battle of San
tiago, will be one of the party, and
will be presented with the sword for
I which the clUieus of Oregon have
subscribed. We should enjoy n
visit from our strenuous president,
but owing to a lack of accomiiuxlft
tions and railroad communications
011 our part -and an apparent lack
of time and iuciiuatiou 011 his wc
shall be compelled to forego thel
pleasure this thue; but in a few
years whaij "Tdy" shall .have
entered upon his second term wc
shall insist uiou him taking a lay
off and depopulating our trout
streams of their speckled bonutiu
and our forests of their nutlered
hosts. Wc could certainly show
our president the time of his life
should he cdifijo the upper Des
CAM. ON HIM. PRICKS RIOHT.
ShanikoPrineviSle Stage Line
o. m. coKMirrr, ma.vaomk.
SCIIl)UMIt -., .
Leave Shfttiiko p. m. Arrive Prlnqvllle 6 a. m.
" I'rlnevillc t p. 111. Shauiko 1 a, m.
First-Class Accommodations for (lie Traveling Public
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT KATES REASONABLE.
CLAIMS ISOUOIIT AND SOLI)
llSTIMATINd A SI'IICIAI.TY
The fight for congressman in the
first district is now on, and the Re
publican voters in that district will
be able to take their choice from n
number of able gentlemen who nre
willing to sacrifice their time mid
talents for the good of their con
stituents. Among the candidates
who are expounding their views
and promising plums arc our
old-time office-holding friend, Bin
gcr Hermann of Douglas; the Hon.
Stentorian Davcy ami Catch, of
Marion; Browuell, the working
man's friend from Clackamas; and
others too numerous to mention. It
would go hard with poor Binger if
he should be sent to the political
boucynrd. But wc should like to
sec what he could or would do if
the strings of Uncle Sam's pocket
book wore drawn against hint mid
he should be left dependent uou
his own resources.
KING, HUNTER & MAR.SH.
AND LAND LOCATORS.
Shaniko Warehouse Company
Hircproof building, yoxooo feet,
fully equipped for forwarding
I'AMtltMOKK TKAIN Till It CAIU).
liniatlrc H4rur' it. HMJ.
Wc understand that a petition or
two for a saloon license at Bend is
... I(ay Caiiyeii jiinttlim........
Wool, Pells, Grain, Etc.
Lumber Wood, Coa!? Flour, Hay
and Grain. ' .
Special attention given to wool; first-class baling nud eroding mcilltltw.
AH Modern Improvements for Handling Stock
LATUST PATIHUN OP STOCKYARDS.
I'kKNCII H CO.,tlANKIRHTliel)lc
W I.OKIl, Th Ill.
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Daily Iqkc a)MKtloii nt Hhanllo fur Antcl
uiw, I'lliieVlUc, lirnO. ilurinj SUmj- l,Ue. Ijke.
tww, 3iiicnu, IMyvuif, AIIMHW, A. II
.'lly, aul Pw.ll.
you Cliy, Jolm IXiy City
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It. I). WOODIIIIKKV.
Columbia Southern Hotel.
RATKS 1'KOM ?i.5o Ul IKR DAY.
Hot and cold water on both floors. Jiatlia fon the use of guests,
, IJvcry modern convenience nt hitiul.
The dining room, under the direct supervision of r. Kecnqy, is n
very model ot fttstclul, sjwtless elegance, and the servlco is equal td liny
in the state. ' , "
All st'riges arrive, at and leave the Columbia Southern. .
J. Al. KRUNQY, Proprietor, f