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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1905)
THE BEND BULLETIN
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UUnUUU.MANN & LAWRtlNCti.
V.?or every man a tqutro deftl, no ten nnd
One year- Ji m
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Three metitlu ..
(InrnrtaWr in nilrance.)
Irridascent butterflies made guy
the latter part of our scvertest wittier
What, Jack Matthews mixed up
iu crooked political work? Im
posbtble! As soon would we suspect
John Hippie Mitchell himself.
It is said that trout, nrc already
biting well in the Deschutes. To
ascertain that fact before April i ,
however, one must face liability to
n fine of $200 ami impriMinmeiit
turcs. It would be very fine to
lmve luxurious parks and paved
streets mid squirting fountains and
n patrol wagon c all would like
to have many things that we can
not have, that it would really be
unwise for Us to have but as a
municipality we must get along;
without them for the present. '
Sometime lleud may have franchise j
scandals and boodte aldermen and
various nice fat grafts, but lt us
postpone the evil" day as long; as
possible. At present it ib a neigh
borly association for the common
good and it does not require the
expenditure of a large amount of
I.et us take the order of nature
in our progress, and creep before
we walk. Let us learn something
"rotn the experience of mankind.
If we insist on beating ottr own
head.s against the Mime stonewalls
UcnJ Weather for February.
Following is the temperature rec
ord for Jk'tul for the month
February, as recorded by
Cuthbort, voluntaty otevtver:
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M I Mt fl
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Maximum 66 degrees.
Mintwwm 19 degree.
Total prtclpftatkm .74 inches.
Money S ol.
Nybuyiug goods o Kllen Orcutt
at Lytic, Oregon. New and frcnh
stock for the lowest prices possible
for cash. Kllen Orcut'ropt ictrww
Barley for Sale.
I'lne seal l.urley, also
barley chop, Inquire of
John Elder or V. B. Wilson.
Dr. Ossler, of Johns Hopkins,
lias declared that men begin to de
cline at the age of 40 and. at 60
might to be killed. From the amount
of cheap newspaper clatter this has
evoked we should say the doctot
places his figures about 25 year
The city has established a dump
ground for refuse iu a ravine south
of the town plat and the town au
thorities are trying to get all refuse
from the street litter of trimming
trees to the kitchen litter of tin
cans, removed to that place. There
is much of that to be done, and
when done the city trill present a
tidy and inviting appearance.
The sheriff of Wheeler county
was recently found to be short
$4,700 in the county's cash. There
upon one of the slobbering little
papers over that way proceeded to
testify that "be has been extremely
popular and one of the best officials
ever in the -sheriffs office since
Wheeler county was . created."
What p truly noble thing it is to
steal the county blifcd -and make
"ue's self popular with the money!
If that's the state of. public senti
ment in Wheeler county we don't
wonder they have defaulters and
7rc're glad they haVcHnn."
Just arrived, a fine line 6f chil
dren's. Mism? and women's tubb
ers.at The Hend Mercantile Co.
The best jine of whiskies and
thers have found impregnable, we Qfl; saloon.
will hat e sore heads. And we ' . , , . .
IT fill lit? LltSVltt IttlUllKkl K9.U
ouKht to J I W T Slep'uiis alwut t. He lives
. Icschutes. '
-MORE ROOM AT THIS INN I I
In PILOT til lit": DHVIil.OP-Ml-T
CO.'S alike bulltllng at
Co?. Wall and Ohif) Sfs.
APPLY AT COMPANY'S OFFICII
iew Landlord Takes PoeUin and 1
will ItuiM Addition.
Yesterday the transfer of the
Pilot Butte Inn property front A.
J. I.uca.s to Dan K. Smith took ,
Iplace, the requisite papers being '
executed and payment made. The
.'(inching of the transaction was
deferred until the arrival of Mis.
mith. for Mr. Smith considers her j
.1 partner in the business, I
Mr. Smith i already planniug to '
buikl an addition ot about so rooms.
Thi& will I about 30x50 feet and
two storie. tall, at the north end of
the main building. Construction j
will probably begin next week.
The Smiths were formcrit iu
Minnesota, spending some time in
Betnidji. They have met here
tuieny people they knew in the lvat
and they feel quite at home here.
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THE PbCIIUES TtLEPIIONE CO.
. So all this commotion over the
proposal to license general business
comes from-the "butting in of The
Bulletin" does it? Well, it will be
tound that The Bulletin' -will "butt
Christian tlndcacr Social.
The Y. P. S. C. IS. gave one of
the most enjoyable socials ol the
season Tuesday evening, which was
attended by a crowd of both young j
and old. Itwat. held at B. M. hall.
Most of the entertainment wasj
entirely informal. A vocal solo,
L"The Irish, the Irish," by S. D.
Percival, accompanied by Mhi
Kin, was well received and they '
responded to tlie encore. Margaret 1
Wiest and Marion Lawrence sang I
very prettily a song entitled "First j
Love," and for an encore gave
"Play in Your Own Back Yard."
,The violin solo, overture "Adonis,
The undersigned has begun the m utufucture of
brick for the Bend Market and will lue
FirsKIass Building Brick For Sale
alwut April 10th.
THE LEWIS BRICK CO.
Leae Orders at Office of Tne I'itot Ilulle Detetopincnt Co.
Bend's New Meat Market
WAI.I. S1KIIKI'. Ollooirp II M LO
WHITE & HILL
Till: PINlsST STOCK 01' FRESH
MliATS IN CROOK COUN'I'Y
Cured Aleuts uutl Lard uiul nil the Accesso
ries of u I'irsL-Clnss AluiUet
EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE BEST
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he White jquse
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Th Best Liquors aid Wishes
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
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. II. I.lipiunu (loo. At. Altycr
A. H. LI PPM AN & CO.
Stoves, Ranges, Healers, Cooking Utensils, Doors
ami Window 1, l',iiiit nnd UIW. Curjieta and Matting
We cany a fine line of Rwrkcri and Couches.
Wc can furnish your houso coiploto
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PILOT BUTTE INN
DAN R. S.Miril, Proprietor
TuMca supjdfawl tvith alt the delicacies of tin; mmviu
Fir.stela.-w ljquipinent I'in Kooitia and Ikds
All stnges stop nt the hotel dour
SHELDON & M'KhNNON
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
'HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
to these questions affecting by Miaa Iva West, accompanied b
public interests quite often. No
xdy can truthfully say The Bul
letin has misrepresented the matter.
If anybody wishes to present his
iideof the case The Bulletin i
ojxrn to hitn at all times, no matter
whether he believes what this pa
per advocates, or not. A newspaper
is largely a public institution and
there is no 'Interest in the coin
muuity that day not be.lward ir
The Bulletin if it cares to present
Jtself in these columns. " '
BUND'Q FI?CA SITUATION.
The estimates 'of city finances in
another column of this paper art
not, of course, conclusive, but the
arc believed to be as accurate u
.statement of the matter as is avail
able at this time. A considerable
part of the account, -on both side,
is certain. The remainder can be
approximated very closeljv The
most uncertain factor in the prob
lem is what the couuci! will do.
It may squander a great deal1 more
than is allowed in the 'estimate pre
sented; aud it may keep well within
bounds. " "
Bend is not to be compared for a
ntomeut with a frontier raining
camp. Its strength is distinctly
agricultural. It depends on the
development of' farming and gener
al settlement of theccountry. It is
sure to have its' recurrent periods
of boom and depression. Doubt-
less the town "will suffer morel
or less from crude' immaturity, but
if the men entrusted with
Miss Mary Ritey, was- given hearty j
applause, and they 'responded with
onother charming selection. V.J,
O'Connor recited "The Vm Ha Ha
Family," in his characteristically
humorous style, aud for the encore
recited "Lucky Jim." The pro
gramme closed with a well rendered
M)lo, "A .Message front the Violets,"
"by Miss Marion Wwst, accompan
41 by Mrs. O'Couuo , and for the
encore gave "Honey Dew."
Fragrant coffee aud delicious
cake were served at small tablet
prettily dressed. The hall wax
tastefully decorated with mannmu
and Oregon grape.
Postal Business for February.
For the .month of February a
short mouth and oue in which pos
tal businew was divided by die
establishment of the Latdlaw
ipffice the volume of business done
at the Bend office was as follows:
UttMii cancellation). .... f 146 19
btamp mUu 3063
joj Km' ortUrs itl - . J.SKJ 76"
l'eeon am ....... 23 s,
57 money orders paid - - - 409 85
There were 126 letters and pack
ages registered in the month.
Though January and February
have not come up to the big month
of December, they considerably ex
ceed the first two months of the
precedfng ' quarter, -October and
November, and notwitlistanding
the division of the bushiest.
I Oregon!1, HJiVib
,rl yj.-g rrmfpnmm.n-n-,Tri
EO At Kcml.
Reward for Morses.
I will give a reward of gio each
theJ.for the return to me of a Jnr hnv
conduct of its affair.: will use in the mare, witli star in forehead, and
public interest the same prudence black gelditig' with white specks,
aud foresigh they ut,i in their own J both branded wiUi A K coiim-cted'
interest as md .. 1t.1I . iu cit will ' With Iwr tn.d.i.ie th t -it .,!!
get through with ,it duri,ur. Tht n ai. has to .. Lru ,i, v
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'"THE mill of the
Pilot Butte De
pany is prepared
to supply all kinds
of surfaced and
Z. F. MOODY
SMAN I KO, OREGON
LAUGH AND COMMOUKH'S WAUl-HOU.SI; I
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED J
Prompt attention paid t" thu- who lavor me with their patronage
rj35aiaaTi W n nflmxztttamrifn2s.j;i&vnyamra-tfir1M
riiKouan fuoai hknd to smaniko in onmj day
Lumber d SJiingles
at Reasonable Prices
I.enve Shtiuiko 6 p. in.
Arrive 1'rineville 7 n. 111.
Leave I'riueville 8:30 11. in.
Leave Ilciid 12 .o p m
Arrive I'riueville 7:00 p. in
i.mv rniii'Vllte 1 p in
Arrive Hend 2:30 p.m. Arrive Shaniko in
FIKST.CI,ASS ItQUIPMKNTS FOR TKAVKI.MNO PimUC
PASS15NGKR AND FRl-IGHT RATIOS RKASONAI.K
Pflof Butte Develoifient
We carry only the
finest lines of
to drop t.v'ro Tine
SMITH & CI.HKK, Prop's
The WEEKLY OREdONIAN
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