The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, October 14, 1904, Image 4

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The Bend Bulletin
runusitJU) ijvury l'Kin.w iv
ri'HUSIIINil COMPANY
SUIISCRII'TION KATlMi
One ytt
f.1 month
Three Months ... ..
(Invariably In advance.)
MINI)
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FRIDAY
OCT. 14, 1904
Btend 1ms very excellent hotel
.fortuities but they are smothered by
the flood of people cotni, to look
over the country and focntehcre.
If you know any locnlity that
lias more delightful autumn weath
er thau Bend, trot it out. Such arc
'the autumns tfwt get into the books.
That the ltend country is attract
ing: it good deal of attention abroad
is attested by the eagerness ot the
outside pro to write us up. The
public want- .he information. And
tevery felloe who describes this
country in the public point is
straightway smothered with appli
cations for more details.
Ha, at last ! The Japanese have
at last been driven back by the
Russians at Mukden. Japanese
success was so invariable that it
ceased to create much news interest
and the newspapers hod to have a
change. How much of this Rus
sian success is due to tlw exigences
of news and how much to the work
of the czar's soldiers remains to
be seeu.
Probably more cash is lost every
year by people who gre afraid
to trust their money in banks than
is lost through bank failures in any
panic we have ever had. The
country 'was a veritable tramp's,
paradise after the failure of so main
banks in l'ortland in 1S93. The
shrewd crook had only to conceal
hitnse If about private premises and
watch to see some one steal out and
bury a heavy can in the back yat.
and then go and dig up the can
and enjoy prosperity." Just the
other day a lknd merchant, for
getting we had a bank, sent S toe
by teamster to Prineville and it
turned up missing. A bank drat',
would have been safe. Then
is no longer any neccessity f
these risks at Bend. A bank is rat
er wore than a convenience to t:
business community and tbect..
patrons of a good bank are t
prudent sod successful busim
Interests.
The wording of the statute I
not quit, clear on the subject. 1
question as to whether a . U
director chosen to fill 1 vat . 1
steps into the shoes of his prt .
castor or occupies the position -i
new member was submitted to "
county superintendent and
opinion, received this week,
the effect that the new director tnk
Use place of the one withdrawn).,
Iwtb as to his term of office an
duties ou the board. Thus in f.
district Director Wiest takes t e
place of Mr. Cottor, resigned, boil
as to bis term of office running
till next Juneand his position 1 s
chairman of the board, which U
longs to the member having tl e
shortest rim to serve. Directi r
Iswrence steps into the shoes va
cated by Mr. Triplet! and serves
until June, 1906, as Mr. Triplet
might have done if be bad not re
signed. There was some question
its to who should sign warrants 1 s
chairman of the board and also 1 s
to whether Director Lawrence's tei m
should expire at the ensuing an
nual school meeting in June, he hav
ing bean cboieu to fill a vac iticy. In
the opinion of Superintendent Din
widdle these officers are in precuely
tit se,tB position their predecessors
would, hove beuj in had they not
VWKri&'di
yVUY BUND?
Bend is not the only townsitc in
Central Oregon; why should it be
regarded nd the' focal point of the
new development in this region?
Thnt is a question often asked and
the answer is not far to :cck.
The" number of places willing to
be the doming metropolis is not
small. Thetc is hardly a sage
brush of the desert thnt has not it
prospective bunk and surely thnt
makes a city. Hut it is tiot to U
said thnt the urban growth, of tin
section will be restricted to one
town. Assuredly it will not.
Krotu Walker Basin to Agenc
Plains is a wide sweep of couutr
ami its occupation will bring i
numerous population, varicJ it
dustries ntul a large commerce
Trading centers will spring up am
there will be support for several con
siderable towns, without doubt
Hut will Bend have any special 0
peculiar growth?
Well, Rend is centrally located
with reference to the new develop
tnent of the Deschutes valley. Tin
big irrigation companies mnk
headquarters here. The only saw
mills on the entire lenuth o
the Deschutes liver are busy a
Bend. For a stretch of many mile
.ilong the river the only nvailabl
tnillsitcs are at Bend. Bend is
the lower edge of the timber belt
2 1 ,000,000 feet of which arvenMl
tributary. Lumberman and fartne
may meet here to their mutual n
vantage. The configuration of the
country makes Bend accessibi
from all directions at all time
The townsite is level and the lot.
tion is healthful and attractive.
Bend is the only joint that con
bines all these advantages. A
mining that sawmills might
farther up into the limber, tl.i
would thus get away from the su
tenaucc supplies which they mu
have. Suppose fanning deveK,
aient should gq farther down tl
river: it must seek the oowsntru
for a market. These spheres
activity will meet at Bend snd ti
oming railroad wdl reach bot
icre. Add to these conanlerath
he natural resource of the counu
ind the favorable immediate sut
rouudiugs and the reasons for t-
peeling special and peculiar growt
lere are apparent.
But Bend does not expect or ho
obe the only town. The growt
iut i' has already attained, how
cr, isiu response to the ndi
r-.al development that h.ts takv
.ice in this region and its lutu
repress will be governed by t.
tuc factors. Country dev tl
ent will push the town ahead '
e forcing of a town will not c
' Wp the country. Bearing 1
mind, our chief energies ah t
- i!evoted to getting the count!
cupied and producing; then a
.i.ngs els will be added.
The
IwBfemtonattls Editor.
CllM Palla PfM.
Walter KuM, of Culver, hauled
1 of rye to Cllne Falls Ust Toewl .
...- was accompanied on Ui trip by I...
ter, Mias Kail KuIjW, who is av-r
utMrtuo and inullbeeiit young lady.
Wall lpr.
Com in and look at our stocl .
f we can't suit you now, will hae
larger line of mi tuple to sele 1
rom in a few days. Merrill Drug C .
Coming to ltitnd.
The Central Oregonian of Sept.
49 says:
The Edward Movtnx Picture con -r.y
took their lertarft Tuewlay U,t
Aley, wlieiiliey ill show Wtilntx
y uilt, Mr. Kdard Im oik- i
t e most up to date moving pk'turt
in whine that hit vr been brought
ato U interior, lie givw an enu-r-.
.inuwnt well worth the money.
One jolly night at Rend Oct. 15.
Popular prices.
L. K. Allingham has sold his
ranch ou theMatolesto his brother,
Guy Allingham, and in the future
will devote his entire attention to
the stage and stable business at
Bond.
A. I,. Stephens, recently from
Kugeiie, where he was in tlie gro
cery business, has leased the Sine
more hotel and born for n year and
will accommodate the public thorc.
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White, the Deschutes market
mnti, hits been con lifted to his KM
with fever for sevetal weeks and
now b'indjav, who a attending
to tlie business, is down with the
malady. He is in the hou-c on the
west side of the ticr fotmerly oo
cupied by J. N. Hunter, where I.
V. Sheatcr is attending him. Mr.
White is recovetiug.
RewHiil Ultcred.
Tlio iWhutwi 'IVIpI'Ii.mh' IM. will ly
.. for the mrtt mt conxioUonof the
rtj or jnrtii who rut I ho Iron of
ilip tt'lt'pliont' Uih IvtWiM'U ltl ami
I'rliu'vilU' on or aWit tin- night ot Oi'to
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ir Salo or 'rnMl1.
o acres in the ColumUig
Southern irgregallott,
very favorably niluatftl.
Will If ld cheap or trad
iM for town proprrty.
Knqu'irc at The Bulletin Office.
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Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
...BUTTER AND HOGS...
THE CITY MARKET
C. II. KKICKSOX. r'i-Kii .
Fresh and Cured Meats and Fish
i:orytliInjt Pcrtnlulni; to 11 riritt-Clau .Markit
WEST Bl'ILDKlN. Wnll St., IM'ND. OKIiUON
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The Central Oregon Banking & Trust Co.
Capita! Stock. $25,000
Conducts a Concral Banking nnd Trmt Buiinwi
Koteigu ICNchauge Bought and Sold. Drafts made
ou all parts of the world.
Now prepared to furnish complete facilities id eMtonir
I) I R K CTOXSj
W. K. OUKKIX. Ja.. l'ai. A. I. (lUOfiWU.I.IK. Vra Pas.
J M. iaWHKNfi:. k'v r. . MINOH. L'ahiuci
iti:i:.Vb) t.KOlWHKfK
BEND - OREQON
II. Llppmnn tko. M. Ateyer
A. H. LI PPM AN & CO.
WIND, - ORI.aON
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I T U R E
Cliinaware, Qlass-warc--MouIdinji,
Lwolcaffl, Paints andjh'ls
We
Stove aiul Ranses,
Doors, Windows,
Bedsteads, XaMrtiMS
Can Furnish Your Mouse Complete
Undertaking and Undertaker's Supplies
Z. F. MOODY
General Commission
f, Forwarding Merchant
SHANIKO, OREQON
I,AKCB AND COMMODIOUS WAKKHOUSIt
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
Prompt attention paid to those who favor tne with theii patronage
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MILLARD TRIPLETT
BLACKSMITHING AND HORSESHOEING
Short
All kinds of waou work done in flnd-clus shape.
notice jobs a specialty.
OPKMlTK HCIIOOMIOfKh
HKNU. OHKOON
B,-wff itrrirFaTi,amTyi
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We carry only the
finest lines of
WINES,
LIQUORS
and '
CIGARS
Don't Forget
TO DKOr IKTQ TMM
MINNESOTA BUFFET
.Shaw a Bko8TikhciU8, l'rop's
PRIJD A. SIIONQUI38T, Manngcr
BUND, ORI-GON
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TRIPLfi'rr BROS.
Barber Shop & Bfis
Bent of iiocoiiiiiuMlutloti.i ntul '
woik piumptly done
Wai.i. St. 1U'ND OUIU'.OV
W.lt (ICHMtr. JM (I.C.SlriHMUs
(IUI1RIN STHINHMANN
Alloriicys .mil Counsellors nl bn
NnTAKiKh rnn.ic
I'lmlk In ! '! I'llut Cnuil
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II t' HlKrM I) VIM. H. IIIIIVAMIi M M
Drs. Uolknap & Edwards,
PHYSICIANS AND SUIMIUINS.
t'KINBVIl.l.B - ()Ki:i)ON
nkT l '' ' WlMHrk't Dff KMr.
DR. W. W. TAGGART
XYX Sl'MCl.M.ljn'
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CRINKVILLS ORKv...,
vltarary a'
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M. R. BICCS,
IMINHVII.I.K OHIMION.
LmI aiui( iinl imuuA 1 all Vital n.'t
.itml,mg t.ikMirllwHH'
J. A). LAWRENCE,
1? s. voMMtasioKita,
Notary Public, Iwtiranc, Town !np
Hnt for Upper Dtwchutes Va'-
.' tme,tpoK.
ot.v rrni.ic ' iki 1
A. H. GRJNT
Agl to
UverpHil, LhiiiIoii fc (Jlubc. ;utd
Lancaalilre Plie liiiiranc.
ComiMnliM.
ttPNO. owr.noN
A 1. 1. KINDS Olf
Laundry Work
Ncitly and Quickly done
at lair rate.
Iavc laundry at TxiCIJiri-'g
tarbwr Shop, or notify
M. A. BJ.JtDSO!-.
PRINEVI LLE
r!0TELJS'Me!
'able and Itonins aliyn) rhuti
nd well uppH!d--H;it rowwnjl.!.-
KIKKVIM.K ofii";
A. NALE
Contractor - f
- - and Builder
KSTIMATl-.S rUKNlSHI i
'Vi'isPAcnoN ouahan i nn
Oflicr at Pilot Butte Inn
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Men Wanted
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1 u niiin nil 1 in VOIIlllll i
Soiularn Iuif'rttion C' '
works. AImi
One Blacksmith
Minn nmp on !otith m h
Cliue Buttea,
ColamWa Swtthcrn IrrljjaliiHi C.
C. I'. SMITH, Sui-t.
Timber Laitil, Act Juuc J, lM
NOTICK KOlt IMJHIjICATION.
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SHWtf V ifA
NcMlcr U brrrhv given thttl In CMMillaiic ilh
ir tiniMiiiwudlit Art of CONijiM ..f uiii i
71 fiililtt.l, "An wn Sw lh Mir f llmUi laniU
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-.Liu bind aUUa by Ail ( AMKt 4. iv.
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f I'IiIIUim, county of Hik wif (,rwituntlii.
tun rtrtbhrr y, , Hint In IhU ufllr, In,
i-nnttttroiral No. I in, forth. Hlirhr o(hc
'4 urate .IV lp if a, rui,w III,
Ami will nSVr (woof (o ahuw tliat tlir UimI
.14I11 i nii.K vitluulilr for ll Unifier or alouc
iuii ini uiri.iillurul liiiMxiwa, nml l ciiMi.h
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1 ini oftliuufatrul The Itallil, orinDii, mi
ii lilliiUyofnMriHkrr.lvM.
Mr uuiara aa wilMraaaa' Sieii Irauii Jnhu
. 'MKil.ir. liana Hv, ra.ni. Urn la Ntlauii, llrr-
a 1 Vuiiilarurall. Kitwanl VauiUrwall, llnii will
hi, Cut Curtey, XII Crullcau, AlWri Cbcalcy,
in U uiimacii, all of I'liUlliia, WUcoiialu.
Any Hil alt pii claiming admriMly Ilia
ib.,..lfllrojahaaarrrriwlMl o air thalr
damn In ihla m un ur bf rate nU ittli Uay
h llttrtutcri 1944,
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