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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1905)
ronusimu icvkrv Friday by
LUEDDGAIANN & LAWRCNCO.
"For every man iquare deAli no Utt fend
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One jtir...... .,.,.,....,........,
filx months..,... .......
(Invariably In adrnct.)
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FRIDAY MAR. 24, 1905
; Ouc ulalt Who docs things so
they will flay (lone, is worth n
hundred who talk of doing them
But n man who talks of doing things
is worth a hundred who knock all
efforts at progress.
The Bend bank nliMoUnces that it
will hereafter pay Intcrtst on time
deposits, thus adding ah induce
ment that has heretofore taken an
appreciable amount of deposits to
Portlaud. Deposits will now be
.handled, hcr on the same terms as
in the Portlatid banks.
. Another railroad story will, of
course, find, tma.(iy incredulous
reader t T!e ;Bueti prints It as
part of tbq rftcord,of .the day, with
out pretendiug Aou yojtch fdr it
correctness. There wilisQmilay lx
a railroad in the Deschutes country
It will not sneak in in the night 3
without anybody knowing anytbim
about it. It will be heralded in ad
vancc. These stories arc sure to
precede actual rallrbaU buildim
and some day sonic of them will be
found to be true. Until they are
actually verified by construction
work there is, of course, room for
doubt as to particular projects. Bu
there is no room to doubt that 0
railroad will ccujie to this section
soptt and .tlic tnef .of its coming
will precede it. tls.ythis, week's
Atpry. the one that will be finally
BENEFITS OF fctRIFE.
Pulsation is life. Froth the time;
when the stars sang tdgether all
progress that we know ntiytbing
about has been by flow and ebb,
advance and retreat, victory and
defeat, toil and rest, joy aridsdrrow,
war and peace. It is never-eliding
change that produces the phenomenal
.known collectively as growth and
progress. WlKm this activity ceases,
.whether h be among the atoms
or among the worlds, stagnation
and death ensue. Movement, fric
Hon, strife, the castidU-but of the.
old and useless, the drawing in of
tbe'newand useful these tfre the
attributes of life and mark its
No career is built up by a uniform
series of successes. No nation, no
community, gets ahead at an un
varying rate of speed. They nice'
difficulties, and make, adjustments,
change their course, or bdldly over
come them; at all times profiting
by experience or finding hardshi)
or defeat in the refusal thus to prof
it. It is all a struggle! and the
issue is seldom a foregone conclu
sion. Our civilization marks a certain
stage in the struggle of mankitu
with the conditions of its existence
the struggle with savagery. Tin-
struggle will go on and the work
will be better for it.
Change is the law of physical
life and also of political and busi
ness life. leadership consists o
giving direction; lb' greater or less
degree, to the changes periods o.
prosperity and adversity follow
each other inevitably neither one
can permanently abjde.Jbr they arc
comparative terins."1 The striv
ings of man witil"tuan, of com
munity with community, are the
cogwheels tliat move forward the
great body of civilization and keep
O ffiateeX' MMeaMeWHVeaMMMv
it From decay. It may be .said by
sjme(the socialists.' fdr example)
that man has "acquired enough
sslf-control to break away from the
rule that goveriis brute creation
and the inanimate 'world and to,
enter upon a course that shall give'
'.stability, constancy, -freedom 'from
extremesi But tlie" llard fact is
that he does uBt exercise that self
control, if he lias 'itf a'ntl the' true
philosopher wW-'notlfair to -take
into consideration; 'liUmali 'gretkl.l
bigotry and ignorant 'as" factors
quiM -as" 'ilaportan.t 'ofl fkeVnore'
toleraiicfc and enlightenment.
TI10 Reclamation Wii'ifc.
At the ditch camps all Is ill'oviug
along in regular order hgain. A
few teams and men hnveljuit this
week and a few new ones have gone
on the work. Camp No. $ l,ns oc0"
consolidated with t ahd a. Work
on the flume construetioii was re
sumed this week on that part
which will deliver water itlto the
Central Oregon calial. James
Hunter has charge of this work
and a dozen meU arc with him.
Carpenters arc paid $3 n day.
Work on the large flume will not
be resumed until the lumber is
ready to use.
Water will be delivered into the
old river bed according to. schedule,
though nqt in Such quantity as was
at firsttplanuca'. Rut there will be
plenty to serve the needs of settlers
this .year. , ; ,
As settlers increase the capacity
of the canal will( be incrcasl-d.
Superintendent Rowlee contem
plates moving, out to tlte company s
experiment farm, a mile and a half
from town, so as to have his eye
upon all the vork there.
Forged Check for $250.
James Pearcc, a bartender, for
merly employed at Whitsett & Deb
iug's salobu, left Bend last week
and soon thereafter a check for
1050 came into the bank bearing
the forged signature of lred A.
Shonquest. Cashier Minor detected
the forgery, which was afterwards
verified by Shonquest himself.
The check had bell cash
ed with O'Neill .Bros... saloon
keepers at PrihB'Ulc. Officers of
all the towns, in Oregon and Wash
ington are iiov on the lookout for
Pearcc, ,btt ntvlasf. reports his
wherjbabbtits was unknown. He
is described as idark-coniplaxioued,
tall, weight about 200 poUhds ami
has tine front tooth broken.
The following is a, list JoV letters
remaining uncalled-for in the Bend
postoffice March 24, 1905:
nasi, Frank Hughes, MIm H. K.
Itoeuc, Mrs. M. K. Kotzmaii, M,
Itailey, Mi Ruth Nelson, I.ouis
Carson, Sidney O'Kinc, Y.
KlHot, Joe Sherman, L.
Fry. A. J. o Slater, Geo.
Frame; O. 11. -3
Persons calling for these letters
will pleaseisayhey are advertised.
.A. H,t Grant. Postmaster;
This week ipiostmater Grant re
ceived notice that th,e Bend office
woUld be authorized todsshe inter
national money orders on and after
' "A Noble Outcast."
A Noble Outcast," the four act
drama will be presented at the B.
M. hall tomorrow, Saturday even
ing, by hbtoe talent including the
following cast: ,
Gerald Weston, knowtl sU Jerry the
Tramp : . . 1". Mllp Ulxlell
Colonel Mattliewl.ee, a Southern banker,
....:.., c.. N. -Smith
Jamei Wackhuni, Uli.neplievy,
- r Kf R. Lester
Jack Worthinjjtoh, . IlUckbuniJ.-i rjvnl,
- Victob O'Connor
Mrs. Lcc, wife of the Colonel, -
France, a ilinputcd pouvtsion, -
..... jirs, Victor O'Connor
Sailie, faitllful but dec, ......
- - Miss F.thel Cllrtpman
Sheriff, . i . . i . c. P; llcckcr
Admission-will be .50 cents and no
reserved seats.i Proceeds will be
turned over to the Bend Cornet
band , t
The stage is being fitted up
especially for the production df the
piece and the play promises to be
ood. Doors will be open at 7:30;
curtain raised at 8:15.
Notice to the Public.
Ihtbrniehts of deceased persons'
hear Bend have been lUatle on pri
vate land owned by the undersign
cd. I do not wish a cemetery locat
ed there and this is to give notice
that no further burials will be per
mitted there. K. V. UATTHN.
If vott arc going to paper your
house, consult us. We can save you
money. Merrill Drug Company.
and Make Money
For jvirticuliirs write or oil! on
J. W. Rutherford,
?iir Snlo iir I'rnile,
80 acres in the Columbia
verv itvornuiy sitiuucu.
Will be sold cheap or trad
Ld for town property,
ltuquireat The Hulliitill Office.
Icfe! - Draying!
1 will be In Ilend pre
pared to do a li;isiticsft in
and General Draying
I WIM, 1IKOIN TIIH
Delivery of Ice
on Monday B, Wednes
days and Saturdays
I Telephone your orders to
1 the Pilot llutte Develop
Authorized Capital $,25,000
The Central Oregon
Banking &. Trust Company
of BEND, CROOK COUNTY, OR.
Transacts a general banking and trust business.
Issues Letters of Credit good throughout the world.
Acts as Administrator, Ivxecutor or Trustee of Instates.
Transfers money by Mail or Telegraph.
Collections made promptly and upon favorable terms.
Bend's New Meat Market
WAM, HTKXKT. OrriMlin II M CO.
WHITE &. HILL
TUB FINIsST STOCK ()t: PRI3SI1
MEATS IN CROOK COUNTY
Cured Aeita and Llrd and all the Acccsso
rles of a plrst-Class Alarket
EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE WEST
YOU AIM! INVIIIID TO
flie White jousc
COM. OKICt.ON A IION1) Hl
H, 30. JEotcbcnct, iprop.
Tie Best Liqjigrs and Vines
DOMESTIC and iMPClRTED CIGARS
LvMDLAW'S NEWS FIELD.
Record of Community Activity
luetic School (Jbhds. .
I,Alin,AW. UK.. 3I(UC 22. A VCTV
light snowfell Monildy Ihit mclu-il the
ncxi iay. i ins ran 01 me oountrv ih
cerUinly fdvored with beautiful Miii.lfiMC
Mr, ratras Is nfcriou.lv ill. Dr. Coe.
if llciul. is fast wiiminL' the confidence
A the puople of I.alillaw and uniler hit.
care we nope air, ratras will wmiii lie re
covering irom iter sickiiesa. jier Ulster
Has leti telegrapheil for ami willnmie
iilwut trie iirktotnext week.
the work on the town ditch. Under the
supervision of Colfinel Smith we feel
sure we filial I soon nave witter running
in me sircem ami iiirougn me aniens.
We have long looked forward to this ami
hoped for It mill are very (,'lad to have
mis worx.itotng on.
Calvin lllair is helping Rev, I, C,
Ceot-Kf on his ranch, while iot fngdged
in sur,i;ty-iK. .
Mis Gertrude Cook visited Jlss,ttlcy
ovef oummy. t :
Some of tjie yolitiL' people nte cnioy
iiif! the JUniper.Club. The dliject of the
club is to encourage Kool reaifiiiK. Jlen
Hur Is noVv ell under way,
V..fi.JAmHh having n (ence Inillt
aruuiiu i4 mi nun .tir. norn,iiifiioy'
iuK the same luxury. kvn ,'
Mr. BIny, who came here seVeral da
ago to look over the country, has Iwugfit
lots and will build soon.
At a inec'tiliL' of tlle.tliurcll. meinlieru
immediately after nehlces Idkt Ktiuilav a
very cordial invitation was'f xtended
Rev. J. C. GeorKOto,beconie tielrpa.stqr,
which was accepttd. Steps wenJ'tujctfn
also towards incorporation so wlUt the
town situ cpifipauy pfAinbvtd til the
first cliurchiiu liiidldw iiildlt be deeded
to tlli tUurfjt. U'.u i l'
Lost MoiHiaV dlftriiooii, wis a vnr.itiun
for the BchdolrJieW as the liouw was
decide lor or
. r'sft 'l-W T'.W. ' ...
vomit attracted nuitc a cro-.-rl of t.m i
jiuui iuu eauaiy-
against UiC u.siie l lyjuds
was. J6.th.-t6.in favor Of the
Interest, on Deposits
The Central Oregon Dankinc & Trust Co.
scxral new features to its rapidly crowim; business.
Hive lime Certificates of Deposit,
t will now
paying interest thereon as
ffr' ' ' . ,
A'. II, Llppmnn (lco. M. Meyer
A. H. LmDman & Co.,
Stoves, Ranges, Healers, Cooking Ulensils, Doors
and Windows, I'.tltits and Oils, Carpets and MuttitiK
We carry n fine line of KockcM anil Couches
Wo cfln furnish your houso complete
A CvU. THRMS CASH
For 6 Months, 3 per cent
For 1 Year, 4 per cent
SAFETY DEPOSIT B0XE$ FOR RENT
aL Reasonable Rates
ALL THE ADVANTAGES Oh A CITY HANK
W. K. GUEItIN, Jit.. I'iika. A. !.. CiodlAviU.lK, Vick l'ues.
J. M. I.AWHKNUK, Hix'v
F. O. MINOR, Camiiikii
PILOT BUTTE INN
UAN K. SMITH, Proprietor
Tables supi'llcu with all the ilclicucien of tlte season
. . ',' 'I.
Flue Rooms and Hctl.i
All ItdjtcS stod rtt tVto hotVl dddf
I At Bend,
hpHE mill of he
1 Pilot Butte De
pany is prepared
to supply all kinds
of surfaced and
rouli . . ; . .
Lumber and Shingles
at tfeasonabfe Prices
Piibt Butte bevelrheht
. T.. . rrf nni,n jr-)mTmrrn-irtwtftvim n'r tin t4timMinMmiiwiiBi
IS forwarding' Merchant
LARC1-; AND COMMODIOUS WAREHOUSlt
CONSIGNMENTS SOLIClf ED
Prompt attention imid to those who favor me with their patiunaBC
THKOlKlIt PiOAl HHND TO SMANIKO IN ONH DAY
SHANIKO-PRINEVILLIj ,'CTAfiC HNP
PRiNP.vn.iRP.Nn JIA11L 1lnJU
Leave Shauiko ,.. 6 p. m.
Arrive I'riuevillc n. in.
Leave I'riuevillc 12:30 ji.i'n.
Arrive llctid 7:00 p. ill.
Leave Jleitd 6:00 a.
Arrive Prinuville 13:00
Leave I'riuevillc 1 p.
Arrive Slmniko 1 11.
IRSTCLAS3 EQUIPMENTS FOR TRAVELLING PUI1LIC
FREIGHT RATES REASONALE
We carry only the
finest linw of
TO DKOr INTO THK
SMITH & CLHUK, Props
Barley for Sale.
Fine seed barJey, also
barley chopi IljqMlre of
John Elder or V. B. Wilson.
Talles and Ro'dmd 'WWaW-Wean
alld well 8ippIiedUatbiJ reABOliitble
The Deschutes Telephone
htty hart of tho World.
and nil Pacific Coast cities
Public PAY Station
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