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The Bend Bulletin
lin'rrctt Mutch it ioj,
M accomt-ctnu matter
t lechHlc, Oregon,
rOIIUSUHl) KVKHV IRttUY
(luvntkMv In advance )
10, i gaj
The Bend Bulletin hs bought a
complete job printing plant, which
will be installed here as soon as the
machinery omi be freighted in. We
shrill then be ready to do nil kinds
of job printing nt reasonable price
mill on short notice. We should h
pleased to have those ruquiriiiK
such service bonr this in mind huc
hold their work for home industrj
If the fight Hgniust Dinger Her
mnuu liml been made prior to lib
nomination he would probably havt
been defeated. After he hud oeei
nominated it wns like pouriug wot
cr on n duck's back.
It is html to get the governmeu
to realize the needs of a rapidl'
growing community like Bend but i
is hoped the rejort of officials sen
to examine this field will have th
effect of bringing prompt recogm
tiou from Washington.
Au increased of 400 per cent it
the number of votes cast in Hen
precinct since June 1002 is not ld
particularly when it is remember
that the bulk of this increase ha
come in the last six months. Den
is progressive and progressing.
The biggest republican majorit
ever cast in Oregon is the assnrin
.message thai goes Jjlfk jfi .the pop
.u1ous IJast this fair Tuna.' and' 1
to the expediency of nominating th
president for re- election they mu
be dissipated by the voice of Oregon
Ca'pital tending in this direct ioi
may also feel secure. We are no
gging back to repeat the folly o
the McCann homestead i
fi-2 a barrel-of rain water wa
recently caught from the roof of tin
house. The family went up th
.other day and found the water ba
boen ruined for dfrnicjatic use b
chipmunks drowning in it. Th
barrel was half full of the small ro
dents, which ltad tried to get
drink and $liped in to their death
In The Bulletin shop this week tbrc
mice went; to the lye bucket for
drink and. lfqt their lives then
The passion for,, drink brings run
to more tjutt, tugu.
' i"n r
Thofrc ! rdotn, for regret that th
vote on liie amend inept to take tl
.State prjuterjroiiijtlie list of coustitu
tional staler officer cannot be mad
effective. . Iii parsing upon tl
cotistitntiotoality .of tbe iuitiativ
and referendum amendment a fe
mouths ago, the supreme com '
decided that one proposal to aniew
the constitution could not be legally
stibmited while another .was pend
ing. Other proposalsdo amend an
pending in Oregon, .therefor tin.
vote is of no effect. , Bu the stat
printer ought to-tr. abolished.
There is ho beller reason for a staU
printer thnu for a state grocer.
POPULAI OCEAN BBACII.
Alany from the Interior Planning to
Spend I heir Vacnlon a the
Hundreds from Eastern Oregon
nud Washington spent their vaca
tion at North (Long) Beach, Wash
ington last summer, and it is safe
to say that this popular resort 0)
the North Pacific Coast will be vis
ited by many more this year than
ever within its history. The change
from n high and dry interior alti
tude to the sea level is most
The trip on the Willamette nnd
Columbia rivers, out of Portland, is
one long to lie remembered; the
usual heat of a summer afternoon
being tempered by n gentle breere
freighted with the aromii of pine
trees and seasoned witu sun air
The scenerv includes much that
beauti u . Leaving roruauti on oik
of the Oregon Railroad & Naviui
tion Company's palatial river steam
ers. (the T. I. Potter being iuei.n
of river livers) the excursionist 1
carried through the harbor where
fly the flags of many nations. The
twelve miles on the Willamette me
quickly made, and, after stlutiug
ilie government lighthouse, mark
ing the junction of the two rivers.
1 lie bo.U swings into the Columbia
or the trip down streuiu. The
morning is clear (generally so from
une until September), and a mag
nificent and inspiring sight meets
the eye as the sweep around the
bend" is made five snowcapped
peaks, Mount Hood, Mount Adams
Mount Saint Helen, Mount Rainier
tml Mount Jefferson, looming into
view-r-a sight worth travelling
housauds of miles to see. On
lowu the picturesque river, past
.illages, sawmills, fishing tleets.
ulmou canneries, perpendicular
sallic bluffs, and pretty side hill
arms, the boat pursues its way.
Phe majestic sweep of tbe river is
twe inspiring. Gradually the
.bores grow farther apart ami,
oireely realising that five -hours
lave been consumed in making the
rip. the boat steams alongside me
vharf at Astoria.
One hour from Astoria, through
ne famous fishing waters of the
Columbia. . past scores of salmon
raps and nets and as many white
viugetl fish boats, lands the pas
engers at Ihvaro, 011 Daker's Hay,
'here connection for beach points
s made with the Ilwaco Railway &
navigation Company, whow car,
und on the wharf awaiting the
teaiuer. North Heach, where surf
athing is unexcelled, at low tide
from 200 to 400 feet wide, 23
niles long ami so compact that a
arriage or wagon scarcely leaves a
race upon it. Scattered along the
John Hammond arrived In the
city from Squaw creek yesterday,
County Clerk J.
Park Donk were in
J. Smith and
The Woodmen of America will
hold a meeting Saturday night and
a full attendance is desired.
J. M, I.awreiue writes nud deliv
ers insurance jmlicies the same hour
the insurance is applied for. You
don't have to wait for the policy to
lie issued in Portlnud.
NJTOt rnhiOdrBtf "f"""lffrf "MMrrlriiihrpefiitJlafsV m Tin. rtrflirt 1
lotels in which summer life in a 1111
e.ising round of pleasure from the
peiiiug until tbe clone of the Ka
mi. The much dreaded "Resort
losquito" is unknown and no veil
Hioussnakes or insects are found,
'he thermometer rarely goes aliove
o degrees in July or August, but
iiht overcoats, fires morning and
veiling and blankets at night are
omfortable during the season.
Rates for accommodations at
s'orth Heach mints are reasonable
nd vary to suit the visitors. At
.uropeau hotels and lodging house
xms range from 23 cents to
me dollar a day; at restaurants,
neals run from 2$ to 50 cents;
ud at American-plan hotels, the
harges range from one dollar a
ay to two dollers and upward.
Dozens of delightful side trips
lay lie taken from the beaeh into a
ountry wild and picturesque beauty,
I met and secluded among hill and
rests, with bttutiug and fishing
'i native haunts: to the United
tales Life Saving stations and
ghthouses, cranberry farms, oyster
eds, sal men fishing grounds and
Por particulars about the trip to
forth Heach ask tbe nearest O. R.
ir. N. agent, or semi two cents in
tamps to A. L. Craig, general
MMsettger agent, Portland, for
Restful Recreation Resorts",
vhich tells all about the Columbia
tiver summering place.
Timber Land, Act June j, tt7f.
N'OTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
I'. . Und OMtet it Lakrview, Otciian,
Jane t, 04.
U herefe given that In roeaaJaacr. with
atone oftbr Act of Cnatictt of Jane 1.
7, entitled, "An act for th tale of timber Und
the ataUe. of California, Oreaon. Nevada
VeahlBgtoe Territory." aaeifrnded to all the
idiic una euiea oy act m Augua, 4. i, ine
illuwrneiwmed peraone nave Hue day Bled lu
tiMoMca their awocH tiaumenu. lo-wil.
( Bend, cmntjr or Crook, lale of Oregon, aworu
uirinent Mo. atu for the porch- of the H
X and wK HlT c. JS. Ip n a, r y c. w. mi.
,f Ik ml, 'county of Ctook, Salr of Oregon, aworu
,i4K mem wo. exja, 'or ine
purchase of the nH
7,lJMittt, w. m.
that the laud
i U and H!aeleNtcc,
That ther wlUorW BrW to !' lUi
uht la mora vwnabw lor lu'tlrulier
iian ioraricnHemijrnaaea.ana 10 eaiauun
luu to mm lans before t
Orrtc-m, on the 11th
. n. Com miael oner at Vnd
.ay of Auguet, iaot
They name a wittieaate: Oliver Johiiaou, Arut
vune, loacph N . Hunter, Maxim l.l'ge, Oliver
rhorbferanu, Theodore Aune, George Auue, all
,r ww, urcgou
abtVve-deacribeu laud are rcuuiatad to Ale tlieii
4alw in Ibia office on ar btAr; t!;)c (aid 1,111 day
1l' ,' . J, X. WATSON, KwMtr.
Dr. llarotd Clark and wlf . who.
ve been in Hcnd for the p.is'
week, will leave in the morning for
Silver Luke, lie will visit nr-veral
other towns of Southern Oregon
before returning to Ciook county.
U. A. Griffiu had another narrow
escape Monday from being crushed
by h snwlog. The truck lomleth
wrre helping Mr. Griffin to put a
log on the truck when it slipped
knocking him down nnd' catching
him similarly to his former accident,
but the loaders ,. were right there
and lifted the log off Mr. Griffin so
that he esoahil serious injuries
Governor Chamberlain and the
party of staU officials who hnvt
been inspecting the large irrigation
projects under way at Hcnd. qx-nt
last Wednesday evening in Ante
lope on their way home, Thev
drove through from Prineville on
Wednesday, reaching this plait
very late, and next morning drovi
to Shauiko in time for the train
All the members of the party were
enthusiastic over the future of the
Henil country ana the entire stretcn
of country which they traveled in
their trip from Shauiko to Hcnd.
FOR BHTTKR MAIL SI3RVICI!
. TIIKOlklll FROM UUND TO SIIANIKO IN ONI! DAY
I ... .. t, .,!!. A it
Arrlve Prineville 6 a.
Leave Prineville i p
Arrive Hcnd 6:30 p
1. a. 111.
FIRST CI.ASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVHLINO PUIH.IC
PASSF.NOIJR AND FRUKHIT RATHS KI3ASONAIII.il
Assistant Stipertntoiuleiit Vallle !iv
aminos Situation at Hcnd.
P. W. Vaille, assistant superin
tendent railway mail service, arriv
etl from Portland Wednesday night
to examine conditions at Hcnd with
reference to tbe need of daily mail
service. The present daily mail
UK'iit under temporary arrangtneut
Mr. Vaillc's miss km is to see about
the advisability of making the daily
Wednesday evening Mr. Vaille
went over the situation with Pot
master Grant. Yesterday he spent
the first iwrt of the day fishing,
bringing in a doaeu beauties, which
lie coufered ujiou V. S. Cnnimis
.toner tawrence. Mr. Vaille was
driven in from fishing bv the loss ol
his faithful pipe nnd be had strong
suspicion that another fthhermau or
a big trout had picked his pocket
The later irt of the day lie spent
in looking over the town and talk
ing with peole about the needs of
thejxjstal service aud the general
prospects of this region. He left
on this morning's stage u his way
back to Portland.
New Post of I Ice Wanted.
The pitctiou for a tri-weekly
mail service direct detweett Heud
and Sisters has Ixeu forwarded to
Washington with endowments of
the otinaatertt at Ixitli ends of the
line. It also asks for the establish
nieut of a new postofTice at tin
Winter ranch, half way between
Heud aud Sisters, to be culled
Winter. The petition 'carried a
large number of names, there is no
objection to it in any quarter aud
the need for the service is evident,
so favorable action on the ietitioii
in due lime. is expected.
V. 8. Und Office
Act June j, lara.
, Ijikrvirw, Oregon
May A 1904
Motke ( hereby given lliat in nmiitliaucr Willi
1 01 ine
ine prnvMaona 01 ine aci in Lonyreaa n jnne 1.
ilrt, entitled, "An act for Ilie Mteif limber UhJ.
In the atatea ol California, Oregon, Nevada, aud
Watlalaatou Telritorv." al extended iu all the
public land Ule by Art of Augutt 4, iHat.
Joedi f. TanMart,
of Un, county of Crook, tale of Oregon, lia
ItiU day njed in tliia orftce lib) aworu talenieHt,
No. iStV for the purchase of .lie eg ami tM
X He. , ti 1, r 9 e. w, m.
And uill offer proof lo allow that the laud
ought l more valuable for ita tlmlier or atone
than for agricultural uurpuara, and to eatablUll
Ilia claim loanld land before J. U. Jiwreiice, V.
S. Coniiulavloncr, at Ueiul, Oregon, oil Saturday,
the ijilulay of Auguet, ioo..
lie naiiiea tut witneaaea Oeorge llugue, of
laud Oregou, Witliatu II. Ilrock. urileitd, Ore
gon: William -It. Kolliuabead, of Hoaland, Orf
gun, Jleulm Ul'age, 01 lietctiuUa, Oregon .
Any ami all iruii vUlwiug wlrei
above-daacribeu lamia are requiao M
ctainii In llila ulnae 011 or lfefe tin
day of Augutt, I'M
U aj J. K. WATSOK, KataWir.
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Oct The DullQtiu.foretluMicwts.
i General Com
afta 1,1' lu'WirwmiiTimi maiiiaftftEBKBig
Forwarding Merchant 1
!IKOt OREQON I
)MM()l)I()rS WAKKIIOUSK 1
their patronage W
Prompt attention paid
We carry only the
finest lines qf '
TO llNOI' IXTO TIIK
SHAW & IIROSTIIRMOUS, Props.
PILOT BUTTE INN
-V , A- C, IC.S. JVonrlfitor
Tables supplied wfth" all the delicacies of tin semoii
First-class IJqtiimiieiit Flue Rooms and Heds
Only Livery Hnrn on the Doschtites, run in connection
with the hotel. All stages stop nt the hotel door
MEAT, VEGETABLES, GRAIN
Pull Stock of tlie HKST constantly on handat lowest living prices
THE CITY MARKET
MAVI'IKU) CAUnWiak, laormaioaa
BLACKSMITH INd AND HORSESHOEING
All kinds of wngou work done in first-class slinw. Short
notice jobs a sx:ciiilty.
OI'I-OSITK HCIIOOMIOt'HK IIKNI), OaKOoN
I CLAIM JtSTIMATltl) AND SOl.l) IthTIJIATINO A KPItCIAI.TV
KING & HUNTER
Timber Cruisers nnd Lund Locutors
SUJISCRIIM, l'OR Till?
THE BEND BULLETIN.
BOTH PAPERS $2.00 PE1 YEAR'