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THE BEND BULLETIN
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LUIaDDEMANN & LAWRENCE.
"For avary man a iquara deal, no leti and
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Three mouths .jo
(Invariably In advance.)
MAR. 17, 1905
Four new postofliccs in the past
year to ncconunodnte the t-ettlcrs in
the DcscltiiUs country oh, no,
this country is not settling up.
It's a cinch on Hermann, a per
fect case, but Mitchell nnd William
mhi may escape. It's particularly
n cinch on Mitchell but oily old Din
ger may escape. Of course, Wil
liamson is guilty of subornation of
perjury but his partner, Dr. Gesner,
did tt and therefore the eminent
Crookian statesman may escape.
If you don't believe nil this balder
dash we refer you to the Portland
Oregonian for confirmation of it
This issue of The Bulletin is No.
1, of Vol. III. The fact is men
tioned here to call attention to the
rapid flight of time. Great change
have come to this locality since The
Bulletin began its struggle, two
years ago, nnd great changes have
come to The Bulletin in this period
The paper has done what it could
ior the community in which it lives,
ns it must continue to do. Whether
its career has been worth while it
must leave to the people to judr.e.
They're making a great to do
over the Twin Falls irrigation en
terprise in Southern Idaho. The
water was turned in the watering
system the other day and while the
reservoirs and canal were being
filled, the channel of the great Snake
river was dry. Of course it will
not take all of Snake river to water
270,000 acres of Idaho land, thirsty
though it is. The Deschutes is
not so big as the Snake but 250,000
acres here wi be irrigated with
only half the water of the river.
The scrip law has been knocked
out, so far as the pxehange of tin
perfected claims in forest reserves
for land outside is concerned. This
Tf ill not materially interfere with thi
scrip business. In the hurry of
passing laws at the close of the
session of congress the land hogs
won, as usual in such cases. The
reformers wanted forest reserve
scrip disqualified for taking outside
forest lands. There appears to
be no interference with that busi
ness at all. But those who have
uuperfected claims are not to be
permitted hereafter to exchange
them. All the perfected claims
plaims that have passed final proof
seem still to be competent to ex
change fpr timber lands, no matter
if the original claims were denuded
at great profit to the holder. That
is where one great abuse came in,
and it is still there.
THE WAY TO OCT RESULTS.
Did you ever happen to observt
lumber bookers taking or discharg
ing cargo at any of the porti
on the great lakes? Did you
notice that the vessels wen
moved aloug the wharves from one
lumber pile to another by brawny
sailors, who simply put their
shoulder to the ship and ahoved it
along? And what sport it was to
watch some land-lubber try bis
muscle on the craft! He would
apply his shoulder and heave
mightily but the vessel would not
budge. He would finally limp
away and watch wouderingly a
little fellow push the ship around
as easily as he would guide a kitien.
So it is with the development of
a country. Nature will not unlock
Iier storehouses and fling wide the
doors in an hour. She will not
respond with any degree of satis
faction to any quick, sharp lift,
however powerful. It takes a
steady pressure, a long pull, the
co-ordination of lorces, to accom
plish permanent result in these
matters. The man who gives a
mighty tug, expecting to see the
great body move immediately, will
be disappointed. He who applies the
comparatively gentle pressure all
the time, who does n.i grow
patient whetf loir
.J:l.i 1 '
in starling, is. more likely to see
his hope fully rbnllied.
This is the wise way of nature.
She will not be surprised nutl rifled
of her treasure. She demands n
quid pro quo, a value received, and
she will hot yield to every passing
claimant. We must get on good
terms with her. We catniot pos
sess the country by rt)ling ncross it
in n palace car or an automobile.
We may buy the legal title with gold
but that will avail us little unless
we win the favor of the agencies of
production,; in other words, learn
the ways of nature in this field and
make use of this knowledge. This
wisdom cannot be imported in
tins or bottles. It cannot be had
altogether from bqoks. There is
nothing that wilj relieve us of the
necessity of learning by actual con
tact with tuc soil, industry, pa
tience and an open mind will bring
in due course the knowledge that is
power, the development that is
To put 35,000 inhabitants into
the Deschutes valley in one season
would be about as beneficial as an
earthquake. It would draw atten
tion to this locality, but with what
result? Who would engage in
settled industry, without which any
land js worthless? Who would
care much for the virtues of homely
living, without which any civiliza
tion is a plague? Character would
oe worthless, houor a joke. It is
easy to imagine what sort of people
would embrace these conditions.
Desirable citizens would shun
We must build up from the bot
tom, not down from the top, if our
structure is to endure. The only
short cut to prosperity is to avoid
mistakes. The sooner this homely
gospel comes into the life of every
one of us the surer will be our prog
ress and the more rational and
permanent will be the result.
Notice to the Ihibllc.
Interments of deceased persons
near Bend have been made on pri
vate land owned by the uudcrsigu
ed. I do not wish a cemetery locat
ed there and this is to give notice
that no further burials will be per
mitted there. E. F. BATTEN.
J. M. Lawrence has some money
to lend on deeded real estate.
UnlawfuII And Unjust.
A recent comer to Bend, who
delights in the sport of fishing and
also has respect for it and the law,
writes his sentiments on the subject
in this wise;
Those persons who lme been uuahle
to restrain themsclvs from trout fishing
until the opening of the season, April 1,
ire not doing themselves, the fish, their
norc law abiding neighbors nor the nrt
it fishing justice. In the first plcae
;hey are breaking the laws of the state
ami laying themselves liable to f wo fine
mil imprisonment. In the second place
the fish are not ready to bite. In the
third place the lawbreakers arc stealing
i march on the other people who
find just as much delight in the sport as
ihcy do, but have too much respect for
the law anil themselves to fish out of
reason. Iu the fourth place, it is a poor
and miserable substitute of the art al
together unsportsmanlike to put a piece
of beefsteak on a hook and sink it to the
bottqui, and wait thus ridiculously for a
nibble, This argument could be carried
to the n-th power, which would bring
conclusive proof of the fact that right
is right, and that fishing out of season
Get the Bend livery & Transfer
Co. to do your hauling and truck
ing. BEND BULLETIN
BOTH PAPERS ONE YEAR
Defining ami titoxlilliiR tot tlie jmitlshmtnl of
itlsonlctly conduct atul nrlaln other oddites,
lie It orUalutd liy the Common Comtcir of. Die
Cllyofnetul. ... ...
Section!. Itsliall t mitanfttl lor any er
wii or persons to Interfere villi, molest, alie,
threaten or resist any peace oincer. or to rcHie
ti assist hint In the discharge of his duties, or by
nny means whnteer to aid or alt any person
lit iiisiody upon clinrgcor it lolatlon of n city
ordinance, Iu his emlearor In escape (Yam sncli
custody, whether such escape he effected or not,
or to aid or assist any person to esctipe flom
cvtloti . It shall le unlawful Tor any per
son, unless lie be a duly commissioned ufficcr, to
assume to be n polite olllcer or other efflevr
of I he city, or to lake upon himself to act at
siuh, or to wear the adoptcl linirotm of the
police force, or to wear upon tie street a star
similar In central appearnncc to' the star adopt
edand used by the police foice or the city of
Scitlon 1 It shall be unlawful for any per
son except peace oltleer In discharge of Ihelr
duty to carry any slluit shot, billy, dltk, pistol or
any concealed deadly weapon or to dlscharce
any hreaims, air Kim, imow nun, Hipper or
Ikbii shooter within the cororate limits of
the city, unless In svl Fstttcnac or In protection or
inupertt, proxlded, permission may be granted
i the Sin) or loiiny pctson to carry a iiislol or
ictoUer when upon proper tepteseuUtlon It
appears to him nccsary or prwdeut to grant
suction 4. It shall be unlawful for any person
to lie or sleep on any of the streets, highway,
allc)a, sidewalks, parks or other public places
1. limn the corporate limits of lieud, or to appear
therein In such slate of Intoxication as to I tin
able to take proper care 01 himself or herself, or
10 disturb the peace and quiet of any petsou,
lamily er neighborhood by ilrunkeueas, Dy
.aaklllg 10111 or unuii4u nun--, vj nuirm vi
ousccne, proiaue. iiivmmj; ur uiicihitc iiikunk
by llitcatcnliig, traducing, iiuarrclliiK. fighting
ot otTcrliiK or challenging to light, or by assault
ing any person, or In any other xtray or manner
wlialsoexer to disturb the Macs-, nulel and
decency of any pernou or neighborhood
Sxctiou 3 It shall be unlawful for auy person
or persons to keep a riotous or disorderly lioine,
or penult any riotous or disorderly conduct
or to use or allow- the use of any obscene or
iiroiauc language iu his house, varxl or piemlses
wMiiuectcd xlth hlshoiisc.or tole guilty of any
lotous or disorderly conduct In auy house, yut
or premises, whereby the peace, quiet or deteucy
uf auy person or neighborhood may bedistuthed
ixectlou 6. It shall be unlawful fur any person
10 set up, open or cause to be opcucxl. or
eep any house a a tesoit for the putpose of
looking opium, or to sell or oiler to sell auy
opium to any person for the purpose of smoking:
it wttluu the corporate limits ol Ueud
hectlon? 11 shall be unlawful for any person
jr N.-rsons to bargain for, buy or sell, give or
uke, smoke or cause to te smoked any opium,
.exicpt for medicinal purposes, and tli'li only
jut phxslcian'a prescription) within th cotpo.
ste limits of neud .
ixxtlou S. It shall lie unlawful for any person
r pcrsous to Introduce or take Into the city
Mil ordellxer to any prisoner confined therein.
. ly wlue, splrltous or malt liquors or fermented
net, er any opium, except upon the prescrip
tion of a practicing physician,
xectlou 9 II shall be unlawlul for any
.nuor to toiler or lemaln around, about or iu
auy saloon, barroom or other idace where
.xrltous, vinous, mall or intoxicating liquors
..re. sold or kept Tor sale by the glass, or to en
gage in auy game of cards, billiards or other
44MC iu such saloon, barroom or other places.
bettiou to It shall be unlawful for any pro
.xlftor, manager, keeper or battender uf any
Mrroom. drinking, shop, saloon or place where
iquors are sold, to allow or permit pianos or
.liter musical Instruments to be played In auy
..h barroom, drinking shop, uloon or place
.here liquors are sold under Ills or their control,
twtwreu the hours of two o clock and sexeu
j dock In the niumlug.
No proprietor, manager, keeper or leasee or
my show, theater or place of amusement, shall
Ikiw or permit pianos or other musical Instru
.uetits to be played ill any sueh shows, place of
amusement or theatre under Ills or their control,
uvtwecn the hours of two o'clock and seven
j'ckKk in the morning.
section 11 It shall be unlawful for any ersoii
,0 beat, torture, misuse, depture of food or water
r otherwise cruelly treat any animal within the
timlta of the city of Uend.
iwctlon It 11 shall lie unlawful for any terson
within theeorporatetimits of the ctiyor Ilcnd
(o kill any robin, lUckliril. tallowblrd, pliiyou
Jay, or song blnl of any kind, or to uter
lor sale or oilier dlspoaal, auy such bird whether
titled by himself or by any other person, or
whether killed within the city limits or not.
and it shall tie unlawful for auy person to pur
,hx or recelxe auy such bird ll-at has been
allletl either wlllilu or without the city limits.
heel I011 ij. It shall be unlawful for any ierson
to suffer or permit to go, or to lead, drire or
ride, or to hitch any horse, mule or other lieast
..Mm..!,,, nr ftnv lioir or raltlr. utioil all aide
.ralk within the corporate limits of the city of
txeetlon 14, It shall lie unlawful for any person
ur persons to hitch or fasten any animal to or
utherwise destroy any growing or tiring shade
,p uihpr ornamental trre. or an' case or box
around such tree within the limits of the city of
section 15. It shall lie unlawful for any person
10 throw or to cause to be thrown or deposited
upon any street, sidewalk, highway, alley or
public grounds, or upou any private premises,
ur anywhere except at such places as are drslg
aateif by the Committee on Wealth, any ashes,
paper, tnauure. glass, metals, nails broken
ware, dirt, straw, hay, rubbish, garbage or other
section 16 It shall I unlawful for any person
10 Inter the bily of any deceased person In
1 At Bend,
npHE mill of the
Pilot Butte De
pany is prepared
to supply all kinds
of surfaced and
Lumber and Shingles
at Reasonable Prices
Pilot Butte Development
any lol, place or premises within the corporate
limits nrthe city of lleud.
Hccliou 17. It shall be unlawful forixny person
or peisont to Inilldor assist In Iniltilluit ImnjiUl
within one hundred feet of auy tmltdluit wlllli(
the corporate limits of the city or llend.
Hccliou IS, It shall lie unlawful Ibr liny prison
louse the public sidewalks nrthe illy fur lite
putpose ol pscklug ur unpaikluu of goods or
merchandise, or lor the display of merchandise,
or to Imve any goods, iiieiiliaudlse, Imscs,
liairels, trunks or other aitlcles upon unr poillou
orthe public streets, ir sidewalks, except while
actually rcmmlng the same Into or mil of some
liiilUlluir or Inrlosiitr, or loading the saule Into
or out of some xehlcle,
Hccliou iv It shall be unlawful fiir anypcison
to play at liall or throw any stuuea or other
mlsilts, Iu nuy oflhe slteets, highways nr alleys
orthe city, or on nny or the sidewalks of the
city or llend.
Hecllun o. It shall be unlaw till (or any person
to place on any sidewalk, crosswalk', slteel
or alley any article or thing whatever, excenl as
provided In Mectlon lit, unless pcimlltctl to do so
by the City Council! provided, that wood for fuel
may lie nlloxvetl to be piled and temaln Iu the
street In such manner ns to cnuse the least il
structlim to pubic truxel, nut t exceed twettly
four limits for each cord urload llieteof. and not
to exceed eight daya In the aimcgnlr, the debits
rrom the Mine to be rcinoxed fioin the slteel or
alley by the owner orthe said wood Immediately
alter the lentuvtil or said wood.
Section at. It shall be unlawful for nny per
son owning or ocviipilttif piupetly on any sliecl,
highway or alley in ild city, to allow said street
tiilrontur his property to lie unclean, and II Is
hereby made the duty or the marshal louollfy
such owner or occupant when such uucleaull
ucss exists, and, on the failure uf such owner or
occupant to remove the uiilMiice, to haxe said
street or alley cleaned at the eseuse of said
ptoierty owner or occupant
Sectional II shall be unlawful for tenants,
residents r householders, to allow slop or dialu
water to How into auy street, highway or alley
of the city
Heel Ion at Any person or persons violating
anyol the piovisious of this onllnsme shsll lie
deemed guilty ofa misdemeanor, and upon mil
vtctlou llieteof Wore the recouler, shall lie
punished by a fine III any onto, nl not eieccdlng
two hundred dullars. or by Imprisonment fin
ally term nut exceeding one bundled da or by
both Aae and Imptiwumeut
fussed by the Common Council of
llend at rt regular meeting I'cb. 7, iy5,
and not ctwl by the Mnvor,
J. M. KAft'KliXCIt,
For Salo or Trade.
So acres in the Columbia
very favorably situated.
Will be sold cheap or Unti
ed for town procrty.
Kmiuire at The Ilulletlu Office.
IV! ,., ISTIH.TIM13
S and Make Money
l'or particulars write or call 011
J. W. Rutherford,
Laldlaw, - - Oregon
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liiv millon Is prnhsblf tirtilahl Cnmmanlra.
iM"tsiMellFssHi04.nllal. MaHOMOlCori al.nla
fill fraa. tfl.lest agsner fur sseiielng Mlaws.
I'alsnts tssen throosh Munii IU raeslra
rreruliwIM, wlihoutehsrat, to lb
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Rica. r BU ITasklnslon, I). U
vaari lour m
TIIK FINEST STOCK OP FRESH
MEATS IN CROOK COUNTY
Cured Meats and Lard unci all the Accesso
ries of a First-Class Market
gVERYTHING NEW AND OF TIE BEST
vou AKH INVnill) TO
COK. OKitOUN & 1I0NI) HTM,
a. 36. BSotcDcnct, iprop.
The Best Liquors and Wines
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
A. II. I.lpnntnii
A. H. Lippman & Co.,
Stoves, Ranges, Healers, Cooking Utensils, Doors
mid Windows, Paints ami Oils, Carct.i and Matting.
We carry n fine line of Rockers anil Couches.
Wo can furnish your houso complete
ftHM? 1IJ A PAT.I.
PILOT BUTTE INN
)AN R. SAtlTII, Proprietor
TablosMipplied with all the dcjjcuclcn of the .season
l'Mrst-elnsn lC'luipinent Klnc Kooins and llctls
All itnges stop
Z. F. MOODY
LARGR AND COMMODIOUS WARHHOUSI.
Prompt attention paid to thoc who favor me with thtit patronage
TtlROUQIt PROM UEND
T:ave Slianiko 6 p. in.
Arrive Princville 711. m.
Leave Princville 8:30 a. in.
Arrive Uend 2:30 p. in.
IT KST-Cr,AS.S UQUIPMKKTS
PASSIJNQim AND imiJIQIIT RATI'S KKASONAW? j
We carry only the
finest lines of
Barley foi Sale.
Fine seed barley, also
barley chop, Inquire of
John Elder or W, B. Wil
HAqprJI MM. C.A. MCDOWKll.
J I C Lrfl'roprlttor
Tal Irs nnd Rooms always clean
and well 'nppl'rd -Rates reasonable
OIIOSITII II. Mi CO.
(leo. M. Meyer
nt the hotel doqr
TO SMANIKO IN ONK DAY
Leave iuiid...'. 13:30 p. in.
Arrive Princville 7:00 p. in.
Leave Princville 1 p. in,
Arrive Slmniko 1 a. in.
VOU TKAVIU.MKC PUDI.IC
TO DKOI- INTO T1IK
SMITH CI.HKK, I'rops
The Deschutes Telephone
telcKrnmsl'orwnrdcd to "
nny part of tlm World.
nnd nil Pacific Coast cities
Public PAY Station
Hend - Oregon
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