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The Bend Bulletin
linlereJ March i, I9.1J, at Dcachutea, Oregon,
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rUILiailKtl KVKHV MUtlW AT linClllf M.ONMII.
MAX UtMDtlKMANM. ltlbllaher.
rtr year i.w
Six montln jo
Three month, as
(luMitlably In advance.)
AdrettUeta mho lh to cluing their ih1W
ahouM hate copy In not later than Tuely nomi
preceding the luuc In which change In dralrtU.
JULY 3t, 1903
It is evident that larpc railroad
affairs arc being adjusted in a man
ner to admit of relief for Central
Oregon. Nothing has yet tran
spired having a direct bearing on
our railroad prospects but the indi
rect indications are strong and the
definite announcement uny day of a
railroad line for the Deschutes val
ley need not occasion surprise.
This will be no "jerkwater" road,
cither, if events in the railway
world arc to be trusted. It will be
n large transportation enterprise
nnd it will mean the bisecting of
the state, one way or the other.
Harriman recently obtained Sit,-
000,000 from Senator Clark and his
associates for turning over a stretch
of the Oregon Short Line in Utah.
The Union Pacific is just now in
the act of marketing 10,000,000
of bonds, the proceeds of which, it
is announced, are to be used in pro
viding new lines in the far West.
Here Harriman will have more than
$30,000,000 in cash that is appli
cable to railroad construction. It is
not at all likely that he would ac
cumulate so great a sum without
some definite idea of using it, for it
doesn't pay to keep large amounts
pf money idle.
There is room to doubt that the
line which will give relief to
the Deschutes valley will pass north
and south. As time passs, the in
dications become stronger and
stronger that the railroad to Bend
will be an east and west line and
that it will give us an outlet to the
Eastern market as well as to Port
land. We can find no fault with
that. And there is no reasonable
ground for doubting that Harriman,
with bis treasury full of money,
with the Kcenc suits against his
Southern Pacific control withdrawn,
with a freer hand in the Pacific
Northwest by reason of the dissolu
tion of the Northern Securities
Company, will now look after im
portant interests in this quarter of
POPULATION OP llllNI).
Two Hundred 11 ml Fifty Persons Resi
dent II ere Tins Names.
About 250 persons now reside at
Bend. This does not mean merely
those at the Bund townsite, but in
cludes those at Siscmore's, Des
chutes and Lytic also, those includ
ed in the comprehensive commun
ity known for years as Bend.
Neither does it include those stay
ing here for a few days only. It is
the actual resident population, as
nearly as t cun be ascertained.
Doubtless a mi miter have been
oveilooked in m) hnsty a compila
tion. Of course, a grent many
more people get mail hure, includ
ing a considerable settlement at the
Tumcllo ditch, but none who 'do
not make headquarters in or about
the town are in the list of residents,
which here follows:
C J Cottor and family to
John Steidl and family 5
II V Reed and sou 2
Mrs Ilnrshmau and family 3
E M Milter and family
Daniel Heisiug and family 5
J I West and daughter 2
Ora Poiudoctcr and family 3
M C Low and family 4
F M Tcwksl)erry and family 3
Chns Brock and family 3
Nick Smith nnd family 3
Millard Triplett and family 6
A C Lucas and family 4
A M Drake and wife 2
T M IIowsoii .
Barney Lewis '. 1
Total population .. 326
Any who have been overlooked
are requested to tcport thuir names
to The Bulletin in order that a rec
ord that will have historic value
may be made.
Timber Mm), Act June j. iit.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
John Steidl is expected back from
Minnesota in about two weeks.
Business at the Pilot Butte Inn is
very active, though this is the dull
dogdays season. The hotel and
liver' stable have had all they could
attend to in the past week
Charley Stanburrough and Char
ley Wilson spent today repairing
some bad spots in the Prinevillc
road, over which the big boiler for
the new mill of the P. B. D. Co. is
The case of the contested school
election that was to have been
heard by Judge Bradshaw in cham
bers at The Dalles last Monday,
has been postponed a few weeks on
account of the absence of the judge.
The Reception Saloon, Shauiko,
offers- the most tempting induce
ments to timber locators going into
the woods. The very best brands
of whiskies, such as Cyrus Noble,
Old Pepper, Hunter Baltimore Rye
and other standard goods, always
to be bad here. Call at the Reception.
Bob, the fine dog belonging to
A. H. Grant, died last night from
poison. Ox, the dog belonging to
A. H. Kennedy, showed symptoms
of poisoning Thursday and today.
It was at first supposed that the
poison was administered by some
one interested in doing away with
watchdogs. Upon inquiry, bow
ever, it was ascertained that Mrs.
Komer, S. H. Dorrance's house
keeper, had put out poison for
chipmunks, putting powdered
strychnine in flour and on crusts of
bread, lettuce leaves, etc., placed
where the little rodents would be
likely to get it. Many of them did
get it and died. It is apparent that
thedogs also got some of the poison
which was not properly guarded.
Upon discovery of the source of the
trouble steps were taken to abate it
at once. The Grants are much
distressed over the loss of their val
A L Hunter and wife
J M Lawrence and family
S H Dorrance and family
A II Grant and family
Mrs Mary II Broker and sou
Mrs A C Huron and daughter 3
George Schfecht 1
C A Dnno and family 4
J R Brock and family 5
J N Hunter and family 5
Charles lurncy and family 3
John Kcvcr and family 6
Richard King and family 3
Glcntii Marsh and wife 2
Win Marsh and family 6
Floyd Marsh 1
Jas W Overton and family. 3
W,II Staats and family 5
Wm Stephens and wife 3
E H Moorchousc 1
Frank Hodson and wife .3
Ed Boyd and family 3
G R Roberts and daughter 2
George Brosterhous and family ...4
V F Stewart and family 4
P B Giles and family 3
Harvey Giles and wile 2
Carlisle Triplett and family 3
T W Triplett and family 4
Mrs Mary Baldwin and family 4
W II Holliushcad and family 5
John Stscmorc .,
Ole Erickson ...
J W Shaw
M C Awbrey ...
Louis Nelson ...
John 'I racy .' 1
O J Gray i
George I hompsou
N O Reynolds
( 1? T Miln.f niwl f.. ... M.r
.la A I .Vlll. .I14 IU4UI(TiMvilM
A W Pope nnd family ,
1 S. I.kihI Olrtce. The iMlle. (rrc"ti,
June i. ly)
Niillre l herein- lii Hint In euituvUfliic. with
the Httv(MilitHftlie Act"? CiHijctew f jiliif ,t.
IV. i Millet, "An iim (to 1 lie MlrtirtlmtirrtaiHli
III the riKtMurCnltftHiua, Oreuuii, Nevada, ami
U'hlnctti Territory." m tslcnilrrt to atl lh
public iniut atxlrt by Act it AUmiim 4. l"y, tlir
FodooliiK-ii.imcil lYn hT liled In llileutncc
their mrotu MMemeMK to "II.
It V m
o MuliUr, etiunly of I.ihtoIii, atate l WmiiIiir
ton; aworn uMlmicjit No . Atal Nuv J, fi,
fbr the Hirehaf tliceS iicjf a ml nH cl( are
J. tp is r ir. w m.
I'rctl C Meyer
nf im llattll at, SuUHr. cuWHty of Himkllie.
lUU-uf WmlilURtyti, kwM MMtKiellt No 14 I.
Ateit Nuv J, ivi, for tlw tMrliae nf the !
mK. H "! mt nc)i awtf tec IJ, tp 19 . r i
e, w hi
of NHl.ne, ceuiity uf tfanc, ltr of Waih
iiikumi, nworn !Kttm No tt hi, mm pii
of, w iiw pureiMtc in me wn "H """
: j. i m a, r to r. v m.
ThJt ihcy will tfr nr.Mftieah.iw tint the UihI
oihl U more rutuaMc ft It tlmlxr r -Ikiic
iMii for ngrtailtural VnrHMc, .il to tlhllh
llwlr dliii In mM laml bcrurc the KeulMer mul
Klvrr At The IVillvt, tlirtun, un VVtiicUy,
iltr 1 4lh iU) if Oelulr, yi
Thy imiiic ni wliiuxw (icornc 11 T)lur,
I'rolv Mryr, ami JuIm Triiny, of Hx)Wanr,
Wj.Ii. Wllllmu II llrtMfk, uf Itrttrt. Or; Millu A
IVirc mill Un W I'ukc, or Mnhtcr, Vh
Any ihi mi triiM rMiminc nnvrntiy ute
lKiTMlftitK,l lamUiirr rrouentnl t hW thHr
oirtlnn In till unttc on or txturc the ukl ulli Uy
Ol IKIOIMS. I4J
Z. F. MOODY,
General Commission Forwarding Merchant
ill " M
IICIIAHI. T NOI-VN, Kriililcr.
Andrew J Fugelberg... i
Ehvood Roberts i
Millson Roberts... i
CJ Sweet i
CJ Wilson i
W Y King i
Frank Glass i
Mrs Hunter and son 2
Mrs Auderway 1
L D Wiestand family 5
Miss Eva Powers 1
Mrs Barnes.,... 1
C S Benson x
Patrick Rowan 1
A II Kennedy ,....v.i
C A Stanburrough 1
Dr C S Edwards .' 1
Max Wurzweiler , ,.,i
John Getz 1
D F Steffa j
A G Richardson v,i
John Elder 1
John Deemer 1
Earl Reed , 1
Miss Viola Cox ,, 1
Miss Bundle j
Michael Lally 1
Louie Frank , 1
Milt Youug 1
N C Kasmussen , , 1
Rean West ,1
jonu xuxers ..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,..,, ,1
Timber l.miil. Act June J. 17.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
tl. S. Mm! Office, The lH'. Orefon,
May m, tyaj.
N'othre l hereby ttmi tlMt IncomptMBf with
the pnnrM4M ofthe Ail Cortir of June 1,
17. eolltlnl, "AHMt for the Mk of Umber Uiw4
ih th Ut ofCuhnwHW, iHtih. MeemWi. n4
U'hlHtoti TefiWory," nKiMnl to nil the
E' "tc bin-l Ut by net AMgotl 4, IV. the
wlny-iMtHel fom btee on Oct M, tfi.
Ih thU oMec Ihctr iworx uteMeHH, lo-wlt:
IMul II Vrltfcol
of Aleinlit. county of DuuU. tUle nf MImh
coM. wnru tatmHt S'omvj, for Ih ortM
of the yU aecj. tp t(. r lie, w m.
Cat! JbImii IIiIIohM
of AlciainlrU. cotiHly of Itool, Male of Minn-e-o4.
tMrom tatenuHt "No iji, for the iietw
of the nw)i w J4, li . r ue. w ra
of Alexandria, comity of Oeogla. Mate of Minn
eoula. aworti ilaKmeHt No mil for the wrttMc
of the U mm, to iln. r iit.wm
That they trill ofTer proof o ibow thai the
taml Mtught U more valaaMr for II tlwtbcr or
tone than for agricultural tmrooac, awl to
taultah thrlrctalmatoMMl lotwl Ivfofc the Htg
Utr ami Htvr at The ImIIm, OtrgoH, on
1'rVhy, the vth day of October, 104).
1 Hy name wunc'tn iirniyv. itickmann.
IMwrant Thomtnon, Call Jonan llallnm.l. ISihI
U Velttml, of Alcxamllhi. Mtoiu, ami John Mr Wl.
of The !MU. Oroxtm.
Any a no mi tron tomiinK anrcreiy lite
abo iloKtlbvtl land reeiue.lnl to At Ihoir
ctalint In Hit offlcc on
day or October. iol
befuicthe Mid vth
V S. Mnil OfOcc. '.alevtewr, Otrgon,
July i, noj.
A aufrident eentettafMaeit haelnf tirtu rflrJ
In Ihlt office by
John V. White, Cenlntant,
agalnit liemeMemi eatry Ko iw. Hia4e ApitlJ.
leac, for the iH HtK iHd hH h m jo, tp it , r
7 e, or m, by Jamea IIoImoh, oooleatcc, Ih whteh
it hialleiicu that mM Jame llobwH Km abao
dotted aabi ctolHi for 1 oerloil of all mhmIIm or
more Ut jhui, and that aahl allrunl abtwc
irotn 1 ne mm lami wm ikii hoc 10 nia cm
west 111 the army, nary or mortne corpa of the
United HUles a a iHtie totdltrr, officer. Mattwii
or marine during the war with Hpalu, or during
any other war In which the United Mate may
be ii(l, Mill partlrarc hereby nullfletl to
appear. rcIoiut and affer evidence tooclHHtf laid
aiMKation at la o notic a ih on ncpicucr H.fl.
Ixfbrc i) II. Wardwtd, V. H. i'ouiml4oncr at
Kilter Iike, Ijike Couaiy. Orecoii, audthtt final
ItearliiK will be held at to o'clock a m on Septem
ber , mo, before the Kcirttter and Kecelvcr
at the I'nltol Mate Land Otncc at Ijktvlew,
The aahl cunlotant ueinff. In a
davit, fileil July is. ki. aet forth latfta which
. .. . -. - . .i.-- .
new inaiaiieruiieiiiiigciirc pefoiii aervtce 01
title nmiee cannot bcHMtie.it la nereiiv emrrni
and illiected that audi notice be given by due
ami urotter iiiiimeaiHin
Jyjl-M K. M. IIKATTAIN. Kel.ter
City Meat Market.
J. I. WHHT, I'lop.
MEATS OF ALL KINDS
Butter, Ojjgs, Poultry,
Potatoes, Vegetables In Season.
Opposite P. U. D. Co.'s Store, BGND
Will practice lu all
coutla lu the itMc.
M. R. BIGGS,
U. B. Corainliiloncr,
I-KINl',VII,I,(i . ORItOON.
Mud fillngt and proofa of all kluda, Office on
itrcct leading to luutthouie.
J. m. LAWRENCE,
U. H. C0MM1SS10NI!K.
Notary Public, Insurance, Township
Plats for Upper Deschutes Valley.
URGE AND COMMODIOUS WAREHOUSE
Prompt attention paid to those who favor mc with their ihitronaKC
THROUGH FROM HliND TO SIIANIKO IN ONU DAY.
HOOTII A C1IKNUTT.
Leave Shauiko 6 p.
" Prinevillc i n.
" Bend 6:30 n. in.
Arrive Prinevillc 6 a. in.
" hhaiiiko i a. in.
" Prinevillc 13 tn.
" Bond 6:,io p.
First-Class Accommodations for the Traveling Public
PASSENGER AND FHEIGIIT KATES REASONABLE.
Umikm NktV Manahmmhni.
mtAMimt ma luvoa 'kh.
The Pilot Butte Inn.
, LtA, rMiirmntoa.
Office In Ilend Mercantile
Tables supplied with all the Dclicucic.1 of the SonKOti.
ftNM KMMa ANII IIHIia.
IUKN IN CWXIHHt.
SMITH & CLEEK'S
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Mouse
IMncst Brands of Liquor and CI Kim. Two door. South of Bank.
PRINEVILL&SILVER LAKE STAGE LINE.
DICK VANDBVEIIT, Prop.
Carrying U. S. mail and passengers.
Leave Prinevillc Mondays, WcdiittMliiyH ami Prldayn, Prciht and
ParWjiiKorn.wuyhilleil for Bend, I.ava, KoJlaud, and Silver I,akc. Good
rls, careful drivers.
C. I. WINNKK, AkciU.
A. H. LI PPM AN & CO.
Furniture and Undertaking
Stores, Wall Paper, Building Materials, Etc
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. PRINEVILLE, OR.
BOOTH & CORNETT,
& Redby Feed Barn
Stock boarded by the day, week or month.
Fine Teams and Rigs, and Reasonable Rates.
First-class Facilities for Hamilton Locators and Commercial Travelers.
Quick Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Columbia Southern Hotel.
RATES PROM t.50 UP PUR DAY.
Hot and cold water on both floors. Baths for the use of guests.
Kvery modern convenience at hand.
The dining room, under the direct supervision of Mr. Kceucy, is a
very model of tasteful, spotless elegance, ami the service is equal to any
in the state.
AH stages arrive at and leave t,he Columbia Southern. '
J. M. KUUNCV, Proprietor.