The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, May 05, 1905, Image 4

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THE BEND BULLETIN
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LUUDDUMANN & LAWRENCE.
"For every man aquara deal, no ten anil
no more."
8UIISCKI1TION KATltSl
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Three month 40
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HOW TO RUMIT.
Retail by lntk draft, jvotl money
unler on lletid, express money onler. or
rcKisiciiMi iciur. Make nil reinuwncts
payable to The ltetut llullitiu.
the Lord is not turned back" nt River Rnhch Wonted.
taMt not yet. j We have inquiry for n river
While there is no excuse for the ' "V'6!1 for which nbout S50 ""
Will UK 1)11111,
tf Crook Cwntv
Stage nnd Mail Schedule.
AKM 8 AT BK.VD
Vrom Phaniko ta lllucvfll ? p. mi dally
prom it-rrwiT aim smer uikc
i a. m tlly exceM TWt.
l'rt ThmmIo Th4., Thaw, ami Mat. u p m
1 rem LaUtlavr Moti., Wnt., Tnnrs. it aaUHfton
Lbavb Bbnb.
i'or fthantko via rrincrttle - (1. M Ull
I'M Iakvletr ami smr Lafcr ,
Jvotv w dally ecM San.
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1'W rumara ivr.. 1 nan. ami -ai
Vor LaWUw Mow., We.
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Thnr. and Sat .3 n, m.
roar Omen Hwm Wwk ; Ss.m. to Su.
m itamlay. torn 11 a m. ! 11 m , autt hall
hour after arrivnt of alt naMk (rem railroad
reaching Rend ItftMe 8 1. m.
TKLariioNROrKKKHavK Wttkday. from
n tM In no . tat " " aiul LJUaui
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mm mi, m. 19 is nwn. ami v
ue p. m.
big offenders uow in the pillory, it
may be too hursh to judg their
minor imitators by the same stand
nrd. It must be admitted that ir
regularities in the administration of
the public lauds had grown t be so
much the rule that the ordinary
citizen was largely justified in the!
belief that the prevailing practice
was right. In many cases there
was no criminal intent on the part
of the offender. This excuse, how
ever, will not apply tq those whose
knowledge of law tttul business,
and whose opportunity for know
nig more than Hit local practice.
made them acquainted with the
fact tlmt their acts were illegal.
They are in no sense innocent
Their disregard of the law made
, trouble for others as well as them
selves, it the law wns wrong it
was their duty to try to have it
corrected, but so long as the law
The Ladies Aid society have
ready-made kitchen aprons fur sale.
Ukai.vv Co.
Strayed or Stolen.
Two brown cows disappeared
from my ptcmises in licud i'ridny,
April i. Kuch had a rope mound
the bonis. One was u new milch
cow, thu other soon to be. I will
pay well (or the teturu of the
animals. Aunt Ai'nk.
SHELDON & M'KINNO.N
General Blacksmithing and Wogon Repairing
HORSESHOE! NO A SPECIALTY
jffiT" Our shop i' ku-aU-d opposite HiptWt Church.
Bend's New Meat Market
WAt.t. h'l'lll I I'.'Omwirn M, M 10.
WHITE & HILL
THE FINEST STOCK 01' ERESII
All-VTS IN CROOK COUNTY
Cured Vnts and Laixl mul all the Acccflso
k'cs of a Hrst-Class Market
EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE BEST
5 p. . to stood it was for them, -unite as much
T.rr--TTTr j " tC hUtublot citilCIl, to Obey it. ' o.,U.rwl.bctn MlNNe.H.t...d ..,,.
lend Livery & Transfer
.1. PRA.NK SIUOUI), .Manager
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
IloKSKtt UoAKKKO MY TDK IAY, WKKK UK MoNTII
First-Class Livery Rigs for Rout. Tlwnc No. 15
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C The White House
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FRIDAY
!To
cry now that it was the law
llciut, Oregon.
, oR "Rl i.V IHiM sis
H, 30. nintclKMtct. iprop.
The Best Liquors aid Wines
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
5. 19Q5 j that was wrong and not their acts.
is too chiliiish to receive constder-
The trout fishers are beginning ' ation of grown men.
to bring in long strings and tall I
stories. And the owners of river,
Ucnil Weather for April.
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slowly and it will not be a difficult
matter to control fires in Bend when !
there shall be water available. Per- j
haps this explains why our forests
are so immune from fire the wood
docs not burn readily. It is clear
that even a bucket brigade and an
open ditch will subdue any fire here
that can be reached with buckets.
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Maximum 79 degrees.
Minimum 16 degrees.
Precipation 0.29 inches.
Notice.
Effective May 1st, 1905, the rates
of the Deschutes Telephone Com
pany for rental of its telephones in
liend, Oregon, will be as lollows.
For telephones in places of busi
ness three dollars (3.00) per
month.
For metallic residence line two
A CHILDISHLY WEAK PLGA.
How the sympathizers with the
land swindlers do crievc over the dollars ($2.00) per month.
hard name Oregon is getting be- . For Pa"' "ce line one dol
r u ui 1 j . . 'ar and fifty cents (51.50) per month.
caueof the bold and systematic These rates will apply Vo all ex
thteving that has been brought to feting as well as future telephone
light! The Salem Statesman is one contracts,
of these weepers. ''The laws wereiTK Dmciictbs Tulkpiionx Co
adooted bv men icnorant of or) By W . E. Guenii, jr..
blind to the conditions," it wails in
anguish. "It required a Hitchcock .
to show how laws could work to a '
state's undoing."
Many a convicted felon has been
given to similar lamentations.
Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
Laldlaw Notes.
Mr. J. J, Cook dhi Bend visitor ye-tertlay.
1 roit ttotitHK U in lull awtng now ami
tin- specUWd Uainttca w coming in iu
real number.
W. G. Stilk uharinra new warchoutc
"Hoiv easilv mipht I have borne an i tilt
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t.. iMiHKii nm knu iGWjrj Hl nl '
lew collage.
J. C. decree ami (amily b moved
mt on thir farm. Xr. (Writ haa none
.0 his place aUo.
A -ery larjje fialt-ttawlc Ha attrartrd
honored name bad I respected the
law!"
"For this gird you with sackcloth,
lament and howl. "said tlie Pronlipt
Jeremiah; "for the fierce anger oil TXMT
the Lord is not turned back from I Tbeladusof th church aw contctn-
i j UtiiiK '.lie organization of a Indies Aid
." ! -joewty.
It is doubtless more uncomfort- j Mr- Haniea and family are expected to
i.i. ri.:.. t i.!i 1 . ttlc on their placrwwr here, awl alo
able for thieves of high degree to i ir. Kropf from Hubtawd.
be orouglit to bay than for thot j
who have been less prominent in
.their trausgressions. But is that
Something Dropped In Bend.
ThU is wlwt yon can uet for ronr
WMiev at the We Tree Store.
the fault of the law? These upper- 100 lbs. dry granulated snear f 7 65
crust offenders nre thcnwlvM; nnr-13 " Inneille flonr - - - - 1 60
yo Dalle white nvr Hour 185
crust offenders are themselves par
daily responsible for the con
ditions of the law.
This is not the first time the law
and the agencies of the law havt
been scolded because they stand be
tween the plunderers and the gen
eral welfare. "No man e'er felt
the halter draw, with good opinion
of the law." Are we for that rea
son to change the law whenever a
person wants something that the
law would forbid? Is that not just
what the law is for to protect
public and private property and
righto from those who would
Jake them unjustly to serve selfish
nnd illegitimate ends?
Too often there has been one law
for those who would pick your
pocket in a crowd and another for
those who would plunder the
public of priceless treasures. While
. .execration and the prison cell have
been the portion pf the petty thief,
1 poarl corneal oottee ... jc
2 " extra peaSerry coffee - jo
i-2 gal. Westmoreland maple syrup 1 ou
1 rocic cawty imp rrui - 1 00
lb.
royal club wear J nip - I 00
Rood baking powder - J$
uue Liverpool salt - 1 50
gal. small pickles (fancy packed) 60
" can pfe prunes ..... 40
peeieu pears - - - 45
peacttes - - 55
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3 1-2 11. macaroni
and other tilings in proportion.
H. A. Satiixk.
April Postal Business.
The volume of business at the
Bend postofEce for the month of
April wa as follows:
Stamps cancelled - - f 133 65
Stamps sold - . us jo
221 Domestic money otd. isaucd 2b2tt 3b
I'ees on sainu . - 1651
11 International money ord. iss'd 757 21
Pecs on same ... j go
jo money orders paid - - 775 59
itumocr 01 registers, 103.
Notice.
The Deschutes Telephone Com
pany has established the following
hours when its exchange will be
admiratiou and .honor have been PP6" m uena: wee,c days- lrom
the "reward of .merit" for the 7:3r,a,,.m' tu9; Pom' Su,,days
uic jcwmu v .w tWi l"ian,i holidays, fiom 8:00 a. in. to
grand larcenist and purjurer, if ,2:00 uoon aud from ,:00 p m t0
.only his offense ware grand enough.
Now it is different. .We .are getting
.a square deal for every rortn. tFor
tthis do the fancy offenders .lament
tudilQWij ' uut ' uue .uezce juigcrjH j
9:00 p. m.
Wall Paper.
If we haven't what suits your
fancy, will procure them on short
notice. .Merrill .Drug Company.
lauds arc fast erecting trespass no-! flowing tlc temperature rec
.. 1, .iii,r 'ord for Bond for the mouth of
tice, and barring the landless from ,A iu ,s b v D
the choice fishing holes. , uicrman, voluntary olcrvcr:
The Bulletin has information, the
sourcCj.of which cannot now be giv
en, vindicating that active construe-1
tion of the Columbia Southern rail
Toad toward Bend will be begun
within 60 days. Definite official
announcement will probably be
made within the coming two weeks.
The O'Kane fire
that the Deschutes lumber burns
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Authorized Capital 525,000
Incorporated 1901
Kr: eesxxjr&acs
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The Central Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
of BEND, CROOK COUNTRY, OR.
Transacts a general kinking and trust luiinvs.
Issues Letters of Cndit imkI thrutighout the world.
Acts as Administrator I'xiviUor or Trustee of lNtates.
Transfers money h M.nl ur Telegraph.
Collections made promptly and ukhi favorable terms.
Interest, on Deposits
The Central Oregon Banking & Trust Co.
several new features to its rapidly growing busittet.
gie Time Certificates of I)qoit. Myiug interest thereon
follows:
For 6 Months, 3 per cent
For 1 Year, 4 per cent
SAFE DEPOSIT EOXES FOR RENT
nt Reasonable Plates
AM. TUB AUVAXTAGIiS OI A CITV
I) I R K C T O R S :
V. K. aUKItl.V, Jm., Pk. A. ! OOODU'ILLIIS, Vita l'n.
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BEND - OREGON
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A. H. Lippman & Co.,
Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Healers, Cooking Utensils, Doors
mid Windows, Paints .Hid Oils. CuriK-ts and Mailing
We c.irr a line Iuk h i. k r .nul t'uiu hit
We can furnish yotir house complete
C'.IVK I'S A CAM. Tl RMS CASH Ij
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Z. F. MOODY
General Commission
i Forwarding Merchant
SMANIKO, OREGON
I.AKOIt AND COMMODKU'S WAKKUOITSK
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
Prompt attention paid to tlioc ulio laor w with their puttniinge
era uxwpivmiM.VsiXinrQc?!Eryuru!t
TimOUHl FROM I:M) TO ir'IANIKO IN 0,'K DAY
SlIANIKO-PRINEVmii
PRINEVILLE-BIiND
S C II I: I) U L E
STAGE LINE
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Leave Sbmiiko 6 p. w.
Arrive 1'rinevilW 7 a. m.
Leave I'riuevilk.... 13:30 p.m.
At rive lkml 7:00 p. m.
MONTH novjfu
I4mv Iletul 6:00 a.
Arrive l'riueviile ia:a
Ijtnvt l'rinevitlc 1 p
Arrive Shaiiiko 1 n.
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S KQUII'MKXTS I'OR TKAVKI.I.IN'G 1MUIMC
KR ANMJ IfRHIGHT RAT1-S Rl-ASONAM-
npHE mill of the
1 Pilot Butte De
velopment Com
pany is prepared
to supply all kinds
of surfaced and
rough
Bend-Laidlaw
STAGE
MiiihIm), Vn.
SaUiKlay aliuut
I.cuvr Ik-mi alHit t n. 111.. 111111 (Uva.
ii-.iitiiiKMlHtltiii fur i.Mitfr hihI
rxjircaa. I'are yt centMuit May, 75 vviiu
(ur round trip.
J. C. TULLAR.
Livery nnd Feed Stahlc nt Lnldlnw
BEND-TUHALO
STAGE
I vatea IkllJ vwiy TiH-la.
l Thurnlay ml Satunlay at H
a. m , arrlvliiiat Tnmaki at 1 1
a 111; li'utti Tuwalo oil mmr
Any at 11.15 a. w., arHviiiM "t
llcllll Al 3 IS h Ml Atrt'llllllo
ilatMiiia for MM'llKrra hikI
William l Downing
Lumber and Shingles
at Reasonable Prices
Wc carry only the
fmwit lines of
WINES,
LIQUORS
and
CIGARS
Pilot Butte Development
Company
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DON'T FORGET
TO DUOl' INTO THH
MINNESOTA BUFFET
SMITH & CLICK K. Props
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BLACKSMITH INO AND IIORSESHOEINQ
All kinds of wagon work done iu frst cl;us ahnpe. Short
notice jibs a n? laity.
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