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    THE BEND BULLETIN
VOL. Ill
BUND, ORKGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1905.
NO. 3
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UROFE88'lbNAL CARDS
W. It. r.t'imiH.Jn,
O, C, HfSIMUMAKX
aucrin & Sleinumnnn
Allaricys mid Counsellors at Law
l.l.l. ., f mxHUM uni,(0
ICltt III Hlnlc i4 l'(1t CmitH
UltNI) - OUKOON
U. C COE, M. D.
ori'icit OVtt HANK
Physician and Surgeon
TltMtl'IIONIt NO. a I
IIKND ORHOON
DR, B, F, BUTLER
DENTIST
All Kinds of Denial Work Fair Prices
Examination Kkkk
iimceln Dunk lluIJiiff IIIINII, OKIIROM
nt. MTAtn aovoiir
ANIIMUJI.
rANVI AHtlCIIT
lurtmr.
j. l. Mcculloch, ,
Abstracter mid Uxamlner of Titles,
I.unl ami Tim lxiknl Afltr
(ur tfou-tyctlitruti.
I'RI.fKVir.f.K OKttOON
J. M. LAWRENCE,
V. H. COMMMSIONXK.
Kotnry Public, Insurance, Township
Pjists for Upper Deschutes Vqllcy.
mui, oHitqqN,
ROTARY rUUMC WftUMANCK
A. H. GRANT
Agent fur
Liverpool, London & Globe, nnd
Lnnciishtro Plro Insurance
Companies.
BUND, ' ORF.OON
)l. r. IIKLkhap M. I). CM. , 'wr M, I
CotilVliWUn.
Drs. Belknap & Edwards,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
PRINUVILLR - - OREGON.
Office at tut of WitniTk'i Hi tif Bloc.
WHO? WHO?
SAM S. REYNOLDS
ljp-to-Date
BEND BARBER
Near the lie ml Krttaurant
Miss Grace Jones
TtACHCH or
Voice & Piano
It mw rdy for iuiU nml mn I faum!
i hrf imIiIcmtvu Ki Avcnuraml IHli
ftl.fl. UltNtl. Uk.
J. W. Bledsoe
PIIOTOaRAIHinR -
MIND, . . , , OKHOOK.
All kII riMlft4 l'd Duplicate
IHUmtt VHTOUI.rl l Aujr Tliut.
Crook County Really C;
Keul Lstatc Bought and Sold.
I.lfo nnd Accident
INSURANCE.
WNK IK MtH-lllTIM Miiuumi NKli,uvru
m ' I. - 1 - -
0. V. HELMS
JEWELER.
NVntcltcH nhtl Jewelry Kcpiilrc
First-class Workmanship
Reasonable Hales
(inta In I.IviikIu' lUtlirx Hl0t
TRIPLET? BROS.
Barber Shop & Baths
Best of accommodations nnd
work promptly done
WAM.ST. UUND, OUKOON
tf ii ill iwn lw
L, D. W1EST
Civil Engineer
Special qualifications for
Land Surveying and Irri
gation Work.
Building 1'lnnH nnd PitwIflcnlloiiB
Made
BOND ORROON
F
ree Land in Oregon
VuM tbe "Cay Iflillon Act." lc.l
uirert (rum mic. wkitu ok cam,
.TODAY, HeakUU 1 mip ft,., a, tJ,
All this,
5o pounds Granulated Sugar
I sack Flour
10 pounds Coffee
10 pounds Rice
20 bars "Diamond C" Soap
10 pounds smoked bacon
10 pound box Macaroni
10 pounds of Prunes
10 pound box of Crackers
5 pkgs. Borax Wash. Powder
4 lbs. loose Muscatel Raisins
15 yards Calico
All the above and more too at
The Bend Mercantile Co.'s
OMpjre tf
BRICK
1 lie undersigned has begun the manufacture of
I Mick iot the Bend Mnrkct nnd will have
First-Class Building BrickAW Sale
about April 10th.
THE LEWIS BRICK CO.
I.cavc Orders a( Office of The l'ilot Bulle Doelopment Co.
-Tfl
Golden
Gate
Coffee
appeals particu
larly to those
who enjoy good
cofFec. ItiscofFee
p e r f c c t i o n .
Sold In 1 and 3 lb, romat1ght
tins by high gride groccri.
J. A. FOLGER OX CO.
Sun Fronclico
Importers of Tine Coffees
FOR SAM? AT
Thi Pme Tree Store
E.A.SATHER,Pro
DUND,
OKKOON
$14.95
BRICK
Ice! - Draying!
APRIL 5
' I wiU be in llCnd pi
jwral to do a huiiiei.iu
Hauling' Water
and General Draying
A! AY 1
1 WILL 1IKGIN THK
Delivery of Ice
on Mondays, Wednes
days and Saturdays
Telephone yojir orders to
the l'ilot Hutte Develop-
tueut Ctiutpauy
FRANK W. GARDEN1ER
60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
TltRDC MAHK8
Utoiarm
rtnavninllYA Ac
Aiiron. i.iirtlun ft kV.lch mt ilMOtlptlon niy
LimraunlrA
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.ri four luoiitb,, (L. BoU brll IH"("I,r.
ijjjnjra
nilimiT Riroiia ri inn uhm" ii
iiivuiititm ta uruiiably .MitoitUplA-.V'
tUmotrlotlrcomliUittral. HANDBOOK
lent free. OMeit aicaiicy foratciiriiitf
litiia taken tlintuau lluitu I
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RATES BY AUTO LINE
$9.45 Between B,end and
the Railroad,
FIVE INTfiRAnDIATB$'f ATIONS
Distance 94 1-2 Mile and the Pauen?
gcr Rate to be 10 Cents A Mile
To Start April 15.
President A. K. Hammond, of
the auto line, was in lieud VeJnes
duy nnd hulccted a sight for the
roundhouxe o u liond street,
nearly opponite the Sheldon
& McKiunou bluckhtnith shop
While here he issued Local Passen
ger Tariff No. 1, which will go in
to effect April 15.
This first tariff bhows the stations
and distances from Shaniko to be
as follows)
Cross Keys ai miles, Madras 44,
Iamonta 58, forest 69, Ktd
nionds 76, and Iiend ijs'j miles.
The fare is 10 cents a mile, $9.45
through between Uend and the
railroad. This is about $1 more
than the present stage fare, but the
saving in time and consequent sav
ing in meals on the route will make
auto travel materially the cheaper
of the two,
'fhe. trip between Dcnd and the
railtoad wU bo made in an easy
day. Between Shaniko and Cross
Keys there will be a stage run by
Howard, the Shaniko liveryman,
and the remainder of the distance
will be covered by auto.
Regular traffic is scheduled to
begin April 15. At first the route
will be served by one machine, and
two days will be required for the
round trip. Soon as a second car
can le obtained the service will be
daily each way.
Now for a CH& House.
Yesterday a movtfricnt for a club
house for Bend wa$i started and
within two hours $3oq were sub
scribed. It is proposed to have a
place where men and womcu may
go for amusement, that shall com
bine opera house, and ball room,
with possibly billiards, bowlint.
and cauls, unexceptionable in char
acter and iKjrhaps to serve as n
nucleus for general promotion
and improvement work. The phut
is to organize a stock company with
shares at 12.50 each, and to re
ceive subscriptions in cash, labor
and uiattHals for the construction
of u suitable building. Those wh"
have taken up the work of organiz
ing the enterprise ate the Ch p
mans, Theo. Becker, A. A. An
thony, W. J. Buckley. George M.
.Meyer, II. Crabtree and S. S. Rey
nold. SUCCESSFUL BUND DRAMA
Local Tallent Presents a Play of RcjiI
I'orcc nuJ Interest.
Ta iyc6otMUMi of "A Noble
Outcjuit' VwnrtnJei at -the ll
AL HsdJ Iftft trrddy evettluj w
a piwrV' ,srjrie 10 a cjowtren
Honso. .- -w
The Bcnirnratn,iinQ'Cub sttwl
a distinct urtutie, as well iw fimw
cttil, success. The play had an in
lurcting plot, it was well staged
and the manner of presentation was
decidedly Hbnvc the average o,
nmateur efforts
Marshal Lester, as the heavy
villain, could hardly have been
improved upon, his previous dru
inntlc exjK'rience serving to give
him the technical skill noewsary
t Mllo LoWellwas ult.0 strong in
the part of tho tramp and father
oftho heroine. He showed great
versatility and genius in situa
tions requiring genuine dramatic
talent. Victor O'Connor played
the romantic lover w.ith so much
fervor that it would have been scan
dalous if the heroine had not been
his wile. C. N. Smith was very
satisfactory as a benign old banker
and head of a very piojter family
Mrs. O'Cont'or was the leading
woman, whoe heart was torn and
life for several stage years made
miserable by the machinations of
the villain, Miss Iva West was
the very matronly foster mother
and Miss Ktlicl Chapman 11 charm
iug maid. The parts of the women
did uotoffer the opportunities for act
iug that the meil had, but they held
up their end of the play with en
tire credit. The two Lobdell
brothers and a male quartette filled
in between acts with musical special
ties that were highly appreciated.
The baud also played u number ol
excellent selections.
A good deal of attention had been
given to scenery and stage settings
The whole was a dramatic event
that has not been excelled in the
city.
Financial Statement.
Following U statement of receipts
and disbursements occurring in the
precaution of the "Noble Out
at," as a benefit to the Bend Cor
net Baud;
Ky.qiunJ.
Collvctod fotadiiillon - - - f6j.oo
tySnURSUMKNTS.
II. M. Co., Minptic ami hall rent 10.00
V. Mllo LolHlell, work and nut. to.txj
Harry I'.tpiui, nprk 7.00
r. II. Lo., luintier 1
Guy Cook, hauling !
2.U0
lieud Ilullctiii, printing ami ailrer. 8.
Konc. etc.. ---- 2
I.ippmatt & Co., wall (taper - - - J.to
Total ftj.45
Ikiluiicc, fn. 55
CENTRAL OREGON THE GOAL
ALL RAILROADS HEADED THIS WAY
The Largest Undeveloped Field Now
Open to New and Productive
Enterprises.
Central Oregon is the field
towards which all eyes are turning
for vast developments in the near
future. No railroad story is now
complete that does not have Central
Oregou for its aim. Last Wednes
day's Orcgauian had a column of
railroad news in which the follow
ing occurred:
Should the Northern Pacific extend
the line of ita protege, the Washington
& Columbia River Railway, from Pendle
ton into Morrow county and Interior
Oregon, as it appears to contemplate do
ing, the O. R. & N. undoubtedly would
throw aline of it own into that region,
probably ruuuiug eaU and wot through
the tUtc to meet the invasion a route
it lias already projected thus abandon
ing the policy that has kept Interior
Oregon undeveloped within the tone of
the llarriman roads.
It is said that the O. R. & N. will
eventually throw n line acrov the atate
from east to wct. This would bring
the fine wheat lauds of the Agency Plains
and Haystack country in easy communi
cation witli Portlaiid by way of Uie
Willamette Valley, and a feeder thrown
south through Central Oregon would
tap the rich pine ltelt of the Deschutes
river. The luuilwr traffic which would
developed in tlial section is one of the
most alluring factors of the situation and
!t logicsfl route to market is by way of
111 eal ami west road, iiutead of an ex
tension of the Columbia Southern.
This theory is in iguomuce of
the topography of the country,
which makes an east and west
road north of Crooked river an im
possibility. A railroad must get
on the plain south of Crooked river
lefore it can get across to Ontario
That is one of the reasons that
makes Bend sure of the railroad
that cuetrates Central Oregou.
Dairy Farm for Tumalo.
Tusialo. Or.. March ao. Frank Murk
hs a recent arrival from near Vancouver,
Wiuli. He iutcmW to conduct a dairy
ilxHit three miles northeast of Tumalo.
'laving had a wide experience in that
Hwiues. He will help fill a long felt
want.
T. A. letisen is euioviui! a vit.it from
Mm father, of Vicoiilu. The elder
Siti.t-.lirkw hiiiiM-lf at Iteiug very
vorubly iH)fHil yUlt the Deschutes
1 veiny,
v.
Sir
' MmLMts, ,VP. 'J, Hidn(iKv)r and
Arthur HWHtoHer returt
reiunicu' MotiBay
from a yliifi lh Atdrp!. Tt riort
xiMiwsyoii 111 a -"nourifiiiui; roimiwii.
lis ilewhipment 'honiir, i Itamll
cnpil hy the searcHy t lUHft.
condition whichwe of the upper altp'
will not experience, on uceouut of our
vast forest of excellent pine o cloe at
hand.
Metr. J. N. H. and J. O. Cerkiug.
from near Walla Walla. Wash., have
arrived with their families ami taken
pOkscMiiou of their lands near Tumalo.
under the Columbia Southern ditch.
They have taken oooacret. tlwre, includ
iug the old Smith place and alreudx
hae a ton of alfalfa ced on the grouuil
Miwi Lottie Magill, who has been
employed us teacher of the children of
Tumalo, Ictt for her home 111 Alienleeu,
Wasli, on Saturday of last week. The
children have completed their various
courses of study for the ear.
I (1. llooue, who is employed hy the
Higlitower-Smith Co. at their sawmill,
received (piite a cut oil his head by
bt-'iig hit on the hem I by a slab thrown
from the mill.
young Mill of I II. Root rocuived
.some sliglit injuries by being thrown
from ahoie lust 1'rlilay".
Master Wilmon Smith entertained,
last Saturday afternoon, the occasion
being his eighth birthday. A dainty
lunch was served and the children had a
good time,
Notice.
Notice is hereby glveu that my
property next south of the Bend,
townsite is not a dump grouud for
rubbish and persona who have
h unfed rubbish there will save
themselves expense by 'taking the
same away.
mi V. II. Staats.
PLANS FORFINEFRUIT
tiundrcdsi of Acre to bo.
Set in Orchard,
NO EXPENSE TO LAND OWNERS
Haste rn Washington Apple Specialist
Believe Ho Can Oct Great Results,
In Bend Country.
William Buckley, of Pullman,
Wash., spent a few days in Bend
this week and started a notably
development project. He is an ex
perienced apple raiser and the
largest apple shipper in Kastern
Washington. He proposes to plant
large areas in apple trees in this
section, on contracts that will gitc
him part of the proceeds part of
the orchard land when the whole
shall be successfully established
He will do all the work and get the
orchards to bearing without requir
ing any investment on the part of
the laud owner, but will ask liberal
compensation out of the wealth he
creates, when the orchards are
demonstrated to be successful.
W. J. Buckley, son of the frtta
man, has been here several weeks.
He will be identified with his
father's fruit development enter
prise. Next week he will go to
Shaniko for his family aud will
bring back a 4-h0r.se load of fruit
trees. The Buckleys believe this
country will produce superior
apples. They have special facilities
for handling the apple business, at
both the producing and marketing
cuds, and they propose to build up
a large enterprise in this section.
Mayor Swunc Around tbe Circle.
Mayor Goodwillic returned last
Sunday from his two months' trip
iu the East. He went by the way
of San Francisco aud New Orleans
to New York and then to his form
er home in Chicago, where he
spent three weeks. Then he went
to Thomasville, Ga , for a week's
visit with the Drakes. From there
he came home over the Northern
Pacific route, stopping iu Portland
to attend to some business connect
ed with tbe water and light plants
being prepared for Bend.
The mayor is quite satisfied with
the conditions and prospects of
Bend, after his swing around the
circle.
The Drakes are pleasautlv situat
ed in Thomasville. Mrs. Drake is
slowly regaining her health. Mr
Drake's health, however, is not
good. He will return to Bend this
spring but it is not sure that M re
Drake will come with him at tins
time. The matter of regaining
health is now a prime consideration
with both of them.
Baseball Notes.
The game between the home
tsam aud Prineville planned for
Sunday has been postponed one
week.
Charles Bilyeu, captain aud sab
artist for the Bend team pitched for
the Roseburg Club, of the Wrla
meettc valley league last season.
The previous season he twirlt 1
tor1 the Albany team in the Kjuc
gAuittk He is astrong. tc il ' 1- er
vitfc fc-good record a .1 pitcher
Oil'tast StMhLiy riUeruooti a. j.. v
tic game between" a-"3prub ' ei 1
and a team compound Ureiy wi '
Bend Club resulted in a vutorv tor
the "scrubs," the outcome being a
source of much jobbing for
the men who wore the red How
ever, this fact casts no reflection on
the strength of the Club team lor
the reason that the game was a
studied efforuKg give practice ot
fielding aud base,,r tinning.
Government lixelnicnt Work.
Prof. Samuel Fortier, nu irriga
tioukengineer employed by the
United States department of ngri
culture, located nt the 1'uiverj.ity
of California, Berkeley, aud iu
charge of the irrigation hrcstiga.
tiousiuthe Pacific coast district,
visited the D. I. & P. Co.'s experi
ment farm Monday aud looked into
the matter of instituting irrigation
experiment there.
News of the Day.
Rev. A. L. Steveus and wife, of
Bend, spent Sunday in this city.
He is a Baptist minister and filled
the appointment of Pastor O, V.
Triplett by preaching two very ap
propriate sermons. The congrega
tions both orning and evening
wcrelarge. Madras Pioneer.
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