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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1905)
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THE BEND BULLETIN
rUDMSll'ltD ItVltkY I'M DAY nV
LUJ2DDI3MXNN & LAWRI2NCB.
"For avtry man & l&'&ara dal, no ton and
OPC CAr.M...M .....a...... M.,kt.M..............."9't.50
plx month .....,..,.,... . . b
Vhrcc inonlln.......i.i.i..- .
(tnrnrUMr In Ailrance.)
HOW TC RUM IT.
Kcinit hy lunik draft, postal money
i.nlcron llcml. express money unler, or
registered letter, aiakc nil remittances
imynDlc to l ne nctui lutiicltii.
Stngc Mid moll Schedule.
AHdlVK At tirxn
iTouiSlianlltovfe rilntvllW . 7J. w UH
l mm LaLcvtcw ami hllvtr JjiV ,
t a in. lUlly except Tutu
ltom Tunmld Tim , T1iur. ami t-a:tA ft m
1 rom I.nMlaw Mivn , Vl.ThHta. Ami Sat. new
I ir Shanllo via frlnrrlllt. . . a. m. JR)r
1 or '.akttlcw and Silver tjtkr... - -..... .
.................. rjor n rtaltf extcpt 8h
1 or runula Tii , Tlutt ami Sat... ...8 n m
Tor '.aidUw Men., Wttl., Thur. and Sat . t. '
101 Office Hours: Wt k dy; a. in. to t
in Sumlny. from n a. m. tu u m., and liar
JiourafUr arrival or alt inatla Irom rollrtw.
M-acnUtR lltnd before 8 p. m.
MAR. 31, 1905
, The advent of March was lamb
tike enough to suit the most
exacting, and its exit is leonine
enough to suit any but the niot
itnreasdnable persons. Thus doe
he adage receive another exempli
General Kuropatkiu retired fron
the Jicad of the Russian army am
Accepted ft subordinate, position
but hc fact remains that he is b
far the ablest Russian in the fieh
nud if more heed had been givci
liis recommendations Russian arm
would not now be in such plight.
Every railroad report these tiny?
involves Central Oregon, with Hem
as the hub; thcaUto line this weel
started its roundhouse in Bend; .
large fntit development project fo
this, region .pas just been put ir
shape; govqmment experiment
work has been set going here tin
fwec&; sawmill men arc coming iuU
the country with apparent assur
ance that transportation will soon
lc provided; there are 200 children
in this part of the school district
how as against 85 in the whole u
year ago; 3417 silly rumors have
been spawned this week; fish wih
begin biting tomorrow, and all i
The city council passed Tucsda
night the license ordinance .which
has been famous for two months.
And it passed the ordinance prac
tically without change from tl c
i'onn in which it was introduce'.
,The measure is famous because it
never contained what was attribu
ted to it. It never contained a hitr
of licensing general business. N'
audi proposal was ever before th
Bend council. But a lot of peopl'
Refused to look at the fact m
chose rather to get heated and in
comfortable over a purely imagi
"If to hope overmuch be an error
'Til one that the wle have preferred;
Anil Lou-often have lwarU ben in terr
Of evil that never oetanrnl'."
. STILL UGND IS UROUWO.
Reduction of the pay of construe
lion forces on the reclamation won
has had the effect of greatly lessen in.
the number of men and teams jem
ployed reducing them to about
one-third the number that was on
the work at the highest. This, o
course, has had its effect on tl 1
business of Bend, as it would 11
any community. BuJSeud's busi
ness at t prosperity, are not bouti-
up in Mic fortifies of a djtch con-J
trurliunf camp. In the very
nature of. the-case construction
ctivity was bound to lie temporary.
Construction forces must soon move
on. Their presence lent a certain
activity that departs with them. If
any one was fooled into the belief
that the, prosper ity of $ locality j
aepeuucu upon meze camps uc wan
very unwise. , A
We may spe,quhte upon the
meaning of tl(e. recent acts of thel
rccjamauou. company -which ii.tvc
had the e'ffect Of curtailing opera
tions, but, the facts of the business
cure not made public. Most of the
cossin that is spread about is ah
urd. The llclittes Irrigation &J
Power Co. appears to have its own
reasons? it pays. , its obligations in
Vnllaud promptly aii(J,( jt Jias9.
lotion, ofAbaudquiug tl:
uiV'oh dfllui'r? already p
the h iU a 1
opcrattdns'. That way may not be
just our wny blt this is n land of
lilwrty and ui'c rule that a man may
do ns he pleases with his own, pro
vided he docs not thereby injure
others, will hold Rood hfcrc, as else
where. In so far as the reduction of con
structiou forces has the effect of
turning attention more to produc
tive industry it is a positive benefit
to thccomiuutiity. When we lose
sight of the fact that the basis
of all prosperity is productive
toil we arc upon dangerous ground.
We may swan towtr lots and jack-
knives with each other and imagine!
we arc getting rich, but the inevi
table readjustment will jolt that
nonsense out of us and teach us
finally the virtue of the homely
wisdom we fancied we had out
grown. An occasional jolt will do Bend
ood. Living has been too easy
here. People have had too much
)f the frtedom that makes meddle
some. Adversity is a great civilizcr.
It teaches respect for struggling
neighbors as well as self reliance,
tlunimi nature is such that it
noldfc ns cheap that which is not
jbtaincd by hard knocks. So
rfend, in truth, is growing.
rHttertHni, II. C
Revtl, I'lipuim 11,
Steiill, John A.
Sallirr, lii(;a ..
Triplet!, Mwy ,
I.aidluw school district has voted
rioitilu in t1iLittt rC ? i-w- ftw tlia
iyyiii.- 111 iiviiiiii 't ti jw ivi iii.
n'u'r'jKejOf Dccting a school build
ing during tW summer. The vote
on the OUestiou Vas 16 to to in
favor of the bonds. Kchoct is being
I conducted there regularly hi tciu
BEND SCHOOL CHILDREN.
iloro Tlian Twice ns Many ns Were
Here Last Ycflr.
Notwithstanding tin; school dis-'
rict has been recently split in two
rom the Laidlaw district, there
ire more than twice as many
iiildren of school age. in the Bend
listrict this yenr that! there were last 1
200 as against .$5. School Clerk '
ledges has nearly completed his ,
enstts, which is a record of those ,
estding in the district on the 25th ,
iay of February. He submits the
ollowiutr list and invites corrcc-'
.ions and additions:
Arnokl. Clftrle K.
, Uoile, Wilbur
UIciImh-, 4bn R
Dletlkoc, Carrie -.
lleloe, I.uthor II.
lltclwc, Rachel M.
I!!c1mc, 1jx rencc 1.
lllwlsoc, MynanI T.
llanie. Nathan I.
CotMW. l'aorl '
H ranks. Ohcar
Harrii, I to
I ttrris, I!ora
Johnson, Olea I
3 1 orris Otvcu
Morrin. Deuey t
Ml' field, Marior
' 1' Id. Co''
AtitfioricO Capital $25,000
The Central Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
of BEND, CROOK COUNTY, OR.
Transacts a general banking iftd trust htisinesti.
Issues Letters of Credit e,ood throiY;hout the world.
Acts ns Administrator, IC.xecutor or TruMw of KitMtes.
Transfers money by Mail or Telegraph.
'Collections made promptly and iiou favorable terms.
Interest oh Deposits
The Central Oregon Banking & Trust Co. has added
several new features to its rapidly growum busiucsti. It will now
give Time Certificates of JJcpo-.it, paying intcrcM thereon as
For 6 Months, 3 per cent
For l Year, 4 per cent
Bend's New Meat Market
WAt.I, ATHItltr, Orro.uit II M. CO,
WHITE &. HILL
jriltl t!Sl3i5T STttctt W .tesll
MEATS IN CROOK COUNTY
Cured Meats and Lard and all the Accesso
ries of a Plrst-Class Market
EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE BEST
AUIl INVI llil) T(
jte W!M H
COM. Olll'.HON . HOND RTrt.
. 36. usotcbenct, Ipvop.
The Best Liquors aud Wines
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
A. II. I.lnninan
l Mi.ammtMi tocmstzsa
(leo. At. Meyer
A, iH. Lippman 8c Co.,
Stoves, Ranges, Healers, Cooking Utensils, Doors
aand Windows, I'niuts and Oils, Carpets and Matting.
we carry a line line vi Kockers iiihi t-ouciies.
Wo can furnish your houso complete
GIVK US A CALL
mi i i mi m Miiini imn
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PILOT BUTTE INN
DAN R. SMITH, Proprietor
Tnhta ti)jlitl with nil the dclicnct'cM of the tm
First-cla.ss Kquiprnctit lpjttt .""J"'! ,-fobt
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
at Rcasonablo Rjates
ALL THIS ADVANTAGES OI? A CITY BANK
K. GUKKLV, Jm.. I'iiw. A. L. OOODWILI.IK, Vict riw.
J, M. IVWUKNCK, Huc'v
K. O. MINOIt, C.hiiiijk
I All stnges stop nt the hotel door If
J BEND OREGON
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HE mill of the
fi Pilot "Butte De
pany is prepared
to supply yi kinds
of urface8 and
at ReasbfaWe Prices
2. Pi MOODY
r Forwarding Merchant
LAUGH AND COMMODIOUS WAKKHOUSK
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED R
Prompt attention pcml to those who frtvor me with their trottage R
TIIKOUOII PROM IJGNI) TO SMANIKO IN ONIJ DAY
B - - . ..an a.. . a?
I.en SliHiiiko 6 p.
Arrive I'riiiovlllc ,.. 7 a.
Lcc I'rineville..,. 12:30 p.
Arrive Ileud 7:00 p.
Leave Ilutid 6 too a. in
Arrive Printrvttkt u:oo in.
Leave I'rinuvilte 1 p. nt
Arrive Shnniko a i , m.
PI KST-CI.ASS IvQUII'MKNTS FOR TKAVKI.I.ING I'UIH.IC
PASSKNCKR AND I-KKIOHT ItATI'.S UKASONALK
1. , vmmmmtmmmmmm i w wiin tiw ,fw iw utwmrMlir
We carry only the
finest linos of
TO VKOV INTO TIIK
SMITH ik CLURK, Props
Barley for Sale.
Fine seed barley, nlso
barley chop, .inquire of
Jotui Elder or W. B. Wll-son.
J i np f V Mb. C. A. McIKnvKLf-i
11 IJ IE Il'roptltlor
Tifd , 'j find Hooms nlvvnyn jclcnn I
jftul well sup'-'i' ' W'ltureiQuabfj!
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nny pnrt of tho World.
and all Pacific Coast cities
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