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The Bend Bulletin
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LUOUDUAIANN & LAWRBNCB.
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(InrnrUbly In advance.)
NOV. 4. x94
. Polling plncc for next Tuesday's
'election will be in the D. M. hull.
There is no other available place in
thc totfu, so closely docs occupation
follow the builders.
. It will be observed that Bend
does not need to spread its bound-
nrips in onler to get inhabitants
N enough to incorporate. Nearly
twice as many as are needed an
on the platted towilsite.
' The releases from the wholesale
withdrawal for forest reserves are.
working aloug towards Hcnd. B
notice elsewhere more than 15 sec
tions of the proposed Maury mount-,
ain reserve are restored to settle
ment and will be opened to entry
after 90 days' advertisement. The
Walker mouutaiu reserve come
The bridge across Crooked river
at Forest's is at last a reality. It
has been accepted by the county
court and opened to public travol.
Contractor J. B. Tillotsou has given'
a bond that it will stand tlie test ot
time. So now traffic between Bend
and the railroad will be mostly b
way of Forests, thus gettittg a bet
ter road and leas distance. The
auto line will use the new bridge.
Next Tuesday every state in the
Union will vote for president an
nearly all of them will also vote for
other officers. The general result
is a foregone conclusion. Roosevelt
and Fairbanks will be elected by a
decisive, not to say overwhelming
majority. The socialist ticket will
show some increase ot strength by
reason of the fajjBYdemocratk'
ticket f1 uuuit ti. ,,sP,m,i'Sytnierkan and Jap-
&rfi year is repug'UnTgTkVby skit.. The Jap-
socialism aim uraws no iireng...
from that quarter. ' Rooaevelt i
the moat American president wi
liave had since Lincoln and it it in
every way a good indication tha
tb country" will re-clect-'hiin. O
cottrae, busineu will feel relief aftei
the election, for it has acquired tht
habit of halting for presidential
elections and refuses to pe assure
except by accomplished facts. Th
coming ionr years ought to be tbr
most prosperous in rtwfTiistory oil
, The move for incorporation o'
the city of Rend starts talk abou
special interests and special pcopi
seeking special advantages. V
presume tbe time will never com.
when consideiable numbers of per
sons will exactly agree upon put
Ik questions or prirate question
either. But why this straining t"
impute unworthy motives in
perfectly rational proceeding foi
both public and private welfare
We citizens of bend want the towuJ
to be in the best posibk position
for attending to its own wauls. In
some respects incorporation wil!
not help the town; in many respect
incorporation will vastly help iu-
People who have property here anrt
respect their citizenship are iuter
ested not in promoting "saloon
influence" or "church influence,'1
or auv other special influence, but
, in having all the functions of com'-
munity life properly conducted;
not in regulating down to any petty
personal standard but in adiustiuvr
according to Ihe best experience of
mankind, J. lie hrst. thing to do is
to get the legal fact of mcorpora
tion attendeel to.v. Tliat will give.
the community certain powers,
Then the people constituting the
"" community, jwill organize for the.
exercise of those ponei for the best
good of all. Let us keep distinctly
in mind that it is the general good,
not any particular, special jfoocl,
that tba proposed incorporation, is
, danigned to serve.
Mow Tlie Land (Iocs.
Kvcry one who has come to
Hcnd for land id the, past three
weeks has boughtwith the ex
ception of two, aim" it was not their
fault they did not buy. The Des
chutes Improvement Company dis
posed of 1300 acres in three days
of the past week. Among these
purchasers are the Coleman family,
which took 540 ncres. Miss Cole
man, who is a Nebraska school
teacher, came out to the Deschutes
country with her brother looking
for land. Before reaching Bend
they had been filled up with the
idea that development here was a
ignutic fake and their first
stance seemed to confirm it.
They wanted to leave by early
tage next morning, but it didn't go
till noon. In that time their ideas
began to change and they conclud
ed to go out and sec the laud them
reives. They went and were .so
well pleased that they bought for
themselves and arranged for
laud for otlwr members of the
family, who'will come out from the
East and begin improvement right
nvay. They will raise crops next
The desert is becoming dotted
with cleared patches, new buildings
oud tents and preparations for
igricultural activity, livery settler
peuds money to get his acres in
-ondition to earn, for there is no
money in holding this laud idle lor
1 rtee when St a year must be paid
or water service for each acre.
Fight men from Moscow, Idaho
ire buying ditch land this week.
A party composed of 1)., Dan and
Steve GrtcnhoUh, J. A. Chase
itid C. A. Beckwith, of Pullman.
Wash , arrived in Bend yesterday,
ill wanting ditch land- They
liuve an extensive camping outfit
itid 32 work hones which will be
tuployed on construction work.
The latest news of Mrs Drake is
that she Iibh left the liospital and
s slowly regaining health. Her
illness was so .serious that recovery
will be uecessairly slow.
II C. lillis left vesterday to sec
ibout the construction of a tele
phone line between lforest's and
Prineville. which the Deschutes
Telephone Company has in con
templation. Yesterday was the birthday of
the Japanese emperor awl over at
ibe Drake cottngsJjjjffvjfnfiT
At the llightower & Smith saw
mill they had to shut down Mi all
customers for 11 week in otdcr ttigol
Utiliber enough ahead to complete
the wiw mill plant, There is art
eager demand for every boaftl
Three pounds of raisins for 50c
al the City Bakery.
A second 20-drop switch-board
for the Bend tocnl exchange has
been Ordered. 'The work of install
ing the local exchange is ptocucd
iug as fast as men mid materials
will permit. The new wiles tiro set
and they arc painted black at the!
bottom atul white nt the top and are
as ornamental as metropolitan city
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Snyt Don't Rend 1hl.
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lhl wirt l Ui.
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M liav' Mtmc fllir JMMIIH
lIU"K whkh wrnir rlattiKl
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Par Stile or Trmlc.
Ho aciert in the Columbia
vcty favorably situated.
' Will lie sold cheap.or trad
ed for town, property.
.inquire at The Hiilletin Office.
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Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
...BUTTER AND HOGS...
THE CITY MARKET
0. II. HKIOKSOX. I'moi'KII.tuk
Fresh and Cured Meats and Fish,
Hvcrytlilng Pertaining to n llr.it-tlnj'S Market
WEST BVIl.DINU, Wnll St., UI-ND. 0RI:(1UN
I The Central On
egon Banking & Trust Co.
Capital Stock, $25,000
Conducts a General Banlung and Trust Business
Foreign lixchaugc Bought mid Sold. DrafU made
011 nil parts of the world.
Now prepared to furnish complete facilities to customers
s.pirrv inp)sir uoxiis.
V. K. (U'KKl.N. J.. Paw. A. I.. (iOODWII.I.Ii:. Vwa Paw.
J. M. LAWKKMK, Hw'r (iKKAI.D (il(Ullti:i'K
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f9 A. II. l.lppntan ' , o. M. Meyer
inese nag was 01 nis own maice.
President Tnrney and (icncral
Tfi-asr .ff fo.i
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LI PPM AN '& CO.
UEM). - ORIKION.
Manaccr lohnston. of the Dc-
!iutes Irrigation Kc Power Com
any, are expected in Betid the
rtofnext week and will spend
he remainder of the month here.
A. H. Grant this week .has put
p a 10X13 addition to the pout
race building to accommodate bag
gage and express matter, as tht
Vvilume of mail handled demands
ill the space in the original build-
, The primary department of the
ther grades last Monday and put J-B
n charite of Mrs. Overtmf 111 ail"
bool room fitted up over the store
f Muuig & Ikcker. All the
-hildren are now well taken care ol
tnd are getting good instruction.
J. B. Merrill this week filed an
lUion against (he Cornet Stage
Jompany for $5,000 damages. lie
as in the stage that was upet
near Atttelo)e on the 7th of August
md sunereil quite severe injury.
The trouble is alleged to have Been
caused by the careleMtteas of a
'Iruuketi driver. MnS. K. A. Griffin
was on the same it age atul was also
ware -Mould in,
Linoleum, rain's ami Oils
Stoves and Rukkcs,""
Beds tends, Mattresses
Can Furnish Your Mouse Complete
Undertaking and Undertaker's Supplies
Z. R MOODY I
I.AKGIJ AND COMMODIOUS WARF.IIOUSIC
Prompt attention paid to those who favor me with their patronage
Barller Shop & Baths
llest of iiccommoilalloni ami
woik promptly done
Wai.i. St. 11UND OKIOUN
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W. It tllUHIH, JK,
Allonicvs nrnl Counsellors, nt ,an
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II I1. HHIXNAfM II. CIU H. ItlUVAHM I)
Drs. Belknap & Edwards',
l'llYSICIANS AND SlIluliONS.
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DR. W. W. TACKIARY
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M. R. DIGGS,
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U. S. COMMISSHMOIK.
Notary PuWic, Insurance, Township
I'lnU for Upper DtKhule Valley.
WTAHY rVSUC IIMl'MAfCM
A. H. GRXFT
l.lvorpuol, London A (llobc, mid
lutncnslilre l;lre InMiintnce
TuMea and Rooms always clean
md well supp)itd"Kali reaaonahle
L. D. WIEST
8wil fjiulificalion for
IiihI Survey inn and Irri
Iluilllim rUru aixt MiMH-lflmtinini
Mi.NI) - ORtlOON
Bend Weather for Octocber.
Following is the'tempcratur? rec
ord for lleud ,fbr the mouth of
October, as recorded by V.. J.
Cuthbcrt, voluntary, obwirver!
37 BK .......
Max i Min
Mlminum'22.deGrrecs: " f
Total precipitation .74 ihche.4.
BLACKSMITMING AND HORSESHOEING
All kinds of wagon work done in first-class shape. Short
notice jobs n specialty.
Wc carry only the
finest Hues of
TO BKOP INO TJIU
and , h
Shaw &. I)KQTit)tHous, Prop's
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tAnii A SlIoNQUnST, Manager
J Mem Wanted I
To work nu tin- Coluiuliiu 1
U Southern IrriKUtiOii Co. 1
til woths, AWi q
Main tamp on south side
Columbia Southern Irrigation Co,
C. V. SMITH, Suit.
TlmUr Uaa, Act Juh i. itTf.
NOTICK KOK IMJIUiICATION.
U. H. I.wl OflM. Th l)UtDlaM,
Notice I ktbr nlr that Ih aoHitrflaar wttli
III MOMllMlhr Art III COMJ(tVM uf tutt 1,
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iirrgoH, Nrvaoa, awl
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In lb ttal aiCalllorala, Orrgott, Nrva4a. awl
waHUHfioM mmaty. a vicimii lu ai
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.worn atiitmnl Ho 1 .111, for tlir iiiclim ill tie
hanuii fklMicr 7, ii, At
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lit. rlalw tb M Uifat btterc Hit KawMaraiii
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nlKiie ilfHilbfrtUniliuic irniiMlfil to lilctlirfi
claim In till iHMi'om VjiTliilOie itlil iilliituy
of Drituitier, 1904,
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