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THE BEND BULLETIN
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LUUDDOMANN & LAWRUNCl.
Tor terr man iqunr dl, no leu anil
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(IiiTurUbW In atlrance.)
HOW TO RKMIT.
Unnit tiv lmuk draft, ixwtftl money
yrtlcr on Hend, express money order, or
Crj;Utcrfd letter. Make Ml remittance
livable to Tile Hentl Uitllctin,
hecp .sliootcrs. Hut neither docs
it stump the range comities as pre
poudcratiugly crimiiuil commuui
Stage nnd mnll Schedule.
Akbivr at Urmi
rtm RlianltoTta rrintrlllr ; p. m llly
J rom Mkeileir anl Slltxr Lake
l a. m. itfttty except Tw.
1 rem Titmato Tun., Thr. and ftt. tij p. w
1 rom I.MUit Moti.. Wed., Thiir. and Nit-Hoon
1 or ShunlVo vl lTlntTllIc 6 a. m. tUltjr
I jr l3kelcw and Silver Lake.. . .
jnn,n lUUy ece Sun
1 .r Tumulo Tue., Thitr. anj S4l....... S a. m
I or LaWtaw ire , Writ., Thura. ant Sal .
VwTOrrKBlltH'iHi-WMk Jw:8a.m W5
m miimUw, from u a m to tr m . awl hall
hour after arrlral of all mails' rtHB laflrMd
;f ncliliyc Hen J Iwfotc 8 p. ra.
TMKrmvNt: Orricn Hovw Week 4y. frwni
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AVR. 8, 1905
Don't forget that the mail goes
and comes every day at Bend.
That is nn important develop
ment project whioh Demi people arc
organizing in the vicinity of l'rine
villc. It difTers from most of the
reclamation enterprises in that but
a sum 11 part of the ground to be
covered is still government domain.
It is not, strictly speaking, desert
land. Hut the productive power of
this laud will be vastly increased by
the introduction of water and the
private interests affected etui well
afford to put the project through.
If the wagon raid com.p.tuv, which
will be so greatly benefited, will
encourage the improvement, it is
practically certain of success. The
soil of those lauds is deep and rich,
a reliable market is at hand and the
growth of this country Central
Oregon iti as certain as auvthiug I
in hitman affairs can be. There is
no safer fftld for investment, no
better place for a home.
River Ranch Wonted.
We have inquiry for a river
ranch, for which about 000 cash
will be paid,
tf Ckook Covntv Kkai.tv Co.
The Ladies Aid society have
rcndy-ru'idc kiheii nnrotis for sale.
Strayed or Stolon.
Two brown cows dlsappeaied
from my premises In Hend Friday,
April t. Kaeh had a tope around
the horns, One was u new milch
cow, the other soon to be. I will
pay well for the reAirn of the
anitnats unt Ai'.nk.
SHELDON & M'KINNON
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
gW Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
Bend Livery & Transfer Co.
J. FRAK STROUD, Alanniier
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
HoKSJMJ HoAppiU) by vii I).. WuitK ik Month
-First-Class Livery RIks for Rent, Tli"e No.
Bend's New Meat Market,
WAl.t. HTHI l(T. Ommlll! II M .0
WHITE & HILL
TIH? FINEST STOCK 03 HRI2SI1
MEATS IN CROOK COUNTY
Cured Meats mid Lard and all the Accesso
ries of a Eirst-Class Alnrlte.
EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE BEST
Hunilreet.tttwrcti Minnesota ami UtrfOH.
YOU ARI; INVI1T.I) 10
fOH oKl.liON A. IIUSM) ST.H
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The Best, Liquors and Wmes
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
If you don't see what you want
in Central Oregon ask for it. And
if others capnot tell you about it
tir thing a bit yqurelf and vou
will be Mtrprisctlat the result.
Senator Mitchell's plea in abate
ment was overruled by Judge Bel
linger. Of course the $aine ruling
v. ill apply to all qthers who entered
that plea. Now the indicted states
men will have -a chance to go to
trial on their merits. unless they
en dig up further technicalities.
Now comes an intimation that
the D. I. & ?. Co. wjll soon put on
the reclamation work near Bend a
larger construction force than ii
has yet had. T-here is no official
confirmation, of this, but it is known
that land sales recently have greath
surpassed expectations and it is
pointed out tliqt there must be
swift progress with the canals and
ditches in order to water the laud
As fast as people want it. Land
sales produce large revenue and
will carry the construction work
forward qn a very extensive scale.
There never was a time when o
much improvement work was in
progress in Bend as now, notwith
standing a kind of dullness pro
duced by reducing djtcli construc
tion crews. There has been more
cnsiructton ot ouituings at one
time, but now in addition to that
activity there is work in other
branches,- water works, tele
phones, sidewalks, street clearing,
improvement of private premises,
. etc. We arc balancing up our dc
, ftopntcnt, which grew to be some
Khat lop-sided during the wiuter.
The scrip" law of March 4, 1905,
has had the effect of booming i
few favored scrips the Santa I;e,
Washburn and one or twd others
the base of which had been relin
quished under agreement with the
M.-cretary of the interior. The law
doc not specifically say that other
scrips, ussed on perfected entries.,
shall not be competent to take lieu
land, but there is some ambiguity
about it and the only scrips that
seem to be entirely above suspicion
are those first mentioned above.
Others may go, or they may en
counter trouble. Guaranteed foreM
reserve scrip now brings S7 an acre,
koldier's additional 6,25, and hcrip
that will take non-timbered laud is
worth ?6, So the new law was not
such a bad Ihing for the big scrip
Building and Improvement Work at
And In Vicinity of Hend,
This week Jack Sheridan had
five acres of ground plowod at
his homestead in 18-13.
The removal of many trees and
stumps from streets and allexs in
I the central part of town greatly im
proves the appearance of things.
Among tins week's accessions to
the Deschutes land are YV. A
Miller and Mert Sheets, of Atlantic.
Iowa, who have taken seven forties
of irrigated land north of town.
M. J. Morrison has just com
pleted a neat four-room, full frame
cottage on the riter front at the
southerly end of Garden Row near
the bridge and the family is settled
in the new dwelling.
Iv. A. Sather has begun thi con
struction of a 16x40 foot one-story :fl
auuiuon on ine norm Mue 01 ins
general store on 'all street. The
new room will be used for a line of
J hardware, sash and doors apd oils
The Betid band hall, 18x34.
at the Corner of Tenth street and
Greenwood avenue, has been fin-
Lishedand is now occupied by the
band. Temporarily, the band has
held its practice meetings over
Mrs. Eva A. Steele this week
began construction of a two-story
frame structure on Wall street be-
tween the Merrill drugstore and
The Bulletin office. It is 14x24 on
the ground. For a time it will be
used chiefly as a dwelling and
L. H. McCann has this week
finished plowing and seeding
about six acres at his homestead in ,
19-12. He has sowed the ground
to alfalfa and field peas. He has
radiihes and new onions that will
Ik- ready for market in a short 1
time. These are raised on unirri-!
Through 1 6. Miles of Snow.
George Finlcy and wife, of Craw,
fordville, and a party of 1 1 other
persons, to men and three women
in all, crossed the Cascade range
aver the Sautiam route from Litiu
county, reaching Bond yes'erday
iftcr ix days' travel. They came)
through snow for 16 miles on the
summit, some of it four feet deep.,
Tlitv had four teams with hacks
and found it nectisary to remove
the wheels from the vehicles and '
mount the beds on runners, The
now was so deep that the men hud
to break the trail for tin teams for
many miles, Those people are on
their way to the vicinity of Christ
mas Lake, where they have taken
If we haven't what Ktiits your
fancy, will procure them on short ;
notice. Merrill Drug Company.,
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Authorized C:ipln $25,000
The Centrd Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
of BEND, CROOK COUNTY, OJl.
Transacts a general banking and trust bitsiues.
Issues Letters of Credit uocxl throughout the world.
Acts a Administrator, Kxcvutor or Ttustec of Kutes.
Transfers money by Mail or Telegraph.
Collections made promptly mid upon tavornble lennt.
Interest on Deposits
The Central Oregon Banking & Trust Co. has added
several new features to its rapidly growing biuine. It will now
give Time Certificates of UepoMi. iayuig interest thereon as
For 6 Months, 3 per cent
For I Year, 4 per cent
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
at Reasonable Rxites
AM, TIIF. ADVANTAGES OF A CITY BA.N'K
n 1 RFCTORSi
Y. K. OUKUIX, Jk., IW. ' A. I,. (iUo'mVU.UK, Vtca I'mw
J. M. UWItKXlT.. Sm'r
1 (). MINOR, Ct'iiiKK
A. H. Lippman & Co.,
Stoves, Ranges, Healers, Cooking Utensils, Doors
.tlid Windows, 1'i.itts and Oils. C.itpclH nu! Matting.
Wei.ufy a line lu.v ot Kix.krts and Coiiulu-.
Wc can furnish your houso comjileto
GIVK t'S A CAM.
'iT.kM CASH Rj
no: nn&sttt&artfsa tsaaa&i
Z. F. MOODY
J Forwarding Merchant
I.ARGK AND COMMODIOt'.S W'AKHIIOUSK
Prompt attention paid to those who f.ior inc with their patronage
I At Bend,
Now Klamath Falls is the date
Jine uuder which sheep killing
Minis arcsjuin. Some sheep were
Jillled dowil that way and the event
Js lade the pretext for the rehearsal
of two or thtee other outrages qf
.thai character that have agitated
tthfe slleep country in the past year.
'A4h'(Sy'te bad enough at lcst, aud
t'.litre ought to lie an cud to .such
Ibhvl&siless: butiit is not too much
?tt say that there has been inorc
IJauTessness riglU ill the -city of
ii'ohland in the slime time than 011
.dll.thea&tiiastern Oregon range
more dcstructioji of property,
mWc uniustifihble violence. This
ke! - Draying!
I am now prepared
and General Draying
I WIMv BF.GIN THIv
Delivery of Ice
on Mondays, Wednes
days iintl Saturdays
Telephone your orders to
WIIITI- A HIW
HE mill of the
1 Pildt Butte De
pany is prepared
to supply all kinds
of surfaced and
Lumber and Shingles
at Reasonable Prices
Pilot Butte' Development
At Bend, I
Oregon f I
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TlllcUUdtf FKOM IH-rJl) TO SKIANIKO IN ONI! DAY
SIIANIKO-PRINEVIUI CTAfiC I IMP
PRINRVIIII'.RRNI) J I AUG hUMJ,
l&iw Sfianikn ,. f p. in.
Arrive I'rinevilk 7 a. ut.
Leave I'rinuvilU.... ij:.vip. in.
Arrive Bond 7:00 p. 111.
I, cave Bend fcoon.
Arrive l'riievllk 13:00
Leave Priuevlllc...... j p.
Ajrivc Sluwiko 1 a.
tlHSP CLSS UQUIPMKN'TK FOR TRAYF.LLIN'O PUBLh
PASSKNCKIl ANn FUKIGIIT KATIW KKASOXAMv
'ii n yyy
I.ia(m lilUw evcrv MoihIhv, U'c.
iltwlsy, ThurwUy Hint StiirtHy hUhiI
I,nr licml nlxHit .) p. m,, twin ilay,
AcinititiKxlatiotm for MMHilMcrK and
exiiriw, Pure yt mhiUuw v,y, 73 Ci-nln
fur round trip,
J. C. TULLAR.
Livery nud Feed Stable at Laldlaw
I cmmVi Ikud rury Tumv,
YhfirMUv jiiiiI Hrtturday ut'H
, "i . Nmviiigitl THm1 at 1 1
h. 111 1 lrMk TmiwUt oil MUir
ilymt 11 if . in., MfrtvlHK ut
IIviiiIm 1 n p, hi, .Uiimiuu.
il.illiijiit fur hm;iihit ftnd
William I Downing
We carry only the
finest lines of
TO IlHOl INTO TH15
SMITH & CI.KKK, l'ropj
BLACKSMITHING AND HORSESHOEING
All kinds of wagon work done in first-dim shape. Short
uuwii- jwu .1 iijicc tally ,
OITOfllTJ! KCIlu .U!Orl
,uu, ajf xoUr.it'. Jiseiise the
JPXANK W. GARDENIEK
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