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THE BEND BULLETIN
rUIIUSIIIil) IIVKKV I'KUIAY II V
LUUDDUMANN & LAWRUNCU.
'For eierr man lquare tlenl. no l and
ine year , .
Mx month...... ..
(Inrr1hly In ndraucc.)
HOW TO KKMIT.
Remit liv lmnk draft, iHtnl iitoney
t-nlcron lfciul, cxprc money order, or
vRisicrwi ictier. ainice mi remittance
i tvalilc to The Ueiul lliillctin.
Stage nnJ Alnll Schedule.
AKivt: at HKr.
' torn Ahunlka via rriiMvtHc . . 7 T m aflj
1 row Lokevtew and Mlrw Late -
I a, m ihllir crrH Tn
' torn Tnmalo T , That, and Ail t t p it'
' 'am I.nMIw Men., Wnl., That, ami Sot two
orShnttlloHa PtlntrtUe . .. . ( a. mi. rial!)
or Lakttitw and Mlvtt LaVr...
? 10 1 m 4altr exmt win
B - M I - ' ...- '
' or .unmio i.n , I nun ami
welfare of any section. 1 lie worst country enn be ftlleil but
tliliiR to x.8iu-(l of these iicw Idaho ;1)COl,,eof0regon h,vc ,wl 80mc
reserves is mru tney nave me up
provnl of Ercd Dubois, one of the
shiftiest blatherskites in the senate,.
That, awl Pat . j. m
tWT On icb liOK Week day, S a.m. tot
i SunJ). from II a m la ti m . and hal
imraf.tr urtlml of all Mails trow rattroa
i hing Rend twfcre S p. M.
Ti'LnniONn Ofpici. Houk WeeVdaj. fo
o m to : . . SaMdar and holiday
om Sjn a. m. to it noon, and from j. p. m. t
MAY 19. 190;
If You have dogs prepare to she
t'icm after June 1, or shell on
mouey for collars and tags. Se.
rdiuaucc in this paper.
The presklcut has proclaimed
the Chcsnininius forest reserve ol
00,00c acres in Wallowa count
and it is given out that the remain
v er of the lofooo.ooo acres now
withdrawn for that purpose will
0011 be erected into permanent
The Dend railroad situation
crns to have arrived at a stagf
v here two or ttirce companies arc
watching each other, each ready to
priug when it detects signs of real
ctivity on the part oi any other,
ttid each trying to conceal its de
igns from the others. This can
riot long endure.
"The Buccaneers" is the name
c f a new story by Henry M. Hyde
From icceut developments in the
Jvquitable life insurance concern
vc think they've got the wrong
Tyde to write that book and that it
1 ught to go into the History rather
than the Fiction section of the li
brary. "The Buccaneers, a History
f the Equitable." by Jimmie Hyde.
1 ught to be a good seller these
OOVHRN.MIKNT IS NOr CA1.1.UD.
The Prinerillc Review has re
ceived new light on the irrigation
question anil now comes out with
pronounced views in favor of the
methods of private corporations s
against government reclamation.
There was n time, we believe,
when the Review expressed opposite
convictions However, it is now ns
true as ever that private enterprise is
loing all that ought to be expected
in this field, leaving no pretext or
reason for the government to enter. '
More conk! and would be done if!
there were tntuspottatiou facilities!
that would enable people to make ,
larger it, of the reclaimed I and.
When that condition is here private
.Mpital will provide for it.
One of the reasons frequently
idvanced for government superses
iiou of private reclamation 111 this
ection may well be spoken of hen-,
tamely, that a larger area would be
reclaimed by the government. It is
vife to say that all the land worth
reclaiming will be watered through
private enterprise The lean and
Tocky and difficult point ami ridges
voukl better be left for goat past
ares and eagles' roosts than to be re
claimed at such heavy expense that
the average cost would be excesive
Enough good laud can be watered
it reasonable cost. The rest might
ie withdrawn for forest reserves.
thing mote than a wise and upright
Judge Dcllaven hits a hard job
on his hands. 1 1 is affiliations do
dot make him as fieu 1111 agent us
Judge Bellinger was for the laud
fraud trials, to say nothing of the
fact that he is not so familiar with
the mattcis involved. Hut let us
hope that he will iiake tiu serious
SHELDON & M'KINNON
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Ropairing
HORSESIIOElNa A SPECIALTY
&" Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
Bend Livery & Transfer Co.
Bend's New Meat Market,
WAt.l, Ht'KM V, llmmiri II M 1.0
WHITE & HILL
THE FINEST STOCK OF FUJ2SIJ
A1EATS IN CROOK COUNTY
Cured Aleatvs and I, aril anil all the At-ceHW
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EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE BEST
Those who think the qualifica
tions for voting at the coming
choorbond election are too strict
hould read the law. That is what
etermincs the matter, not the
whim of the school board. We
may permit some laxness in the
school meetings where only local
PUCULIAR IRISSPaSS CASH.
Th UeapaM caw at ttemt prcx-uts
ohm peculiar feature, and jnitt hw it
.rill be derided by Justice Ijiwrence
aruufCA keen interest. A party of men
in a loat ftabed in the river through the
old Siwutore place, mow the roperty of
Dr. V. S. Nichol, ignoring hi lrcp
notice, and the doctor promptly had
Ike men arretted. Tin I let-chute is not
a meandered stream, therefor it would
cih that the proaecutiiHt had a shade
the lt of it.
This is a fair statement of the
case by the Prineville Review.
The decision, however, did not rest
in the justice's hands, a jury being
The law seems to be clear that a
laud owner has the same control of
streams that arc a part of his prem
ises that he has of the soil. This
is recognized in many different
statutes and decisions of the courts
But the premises, land or water,
must be enclosed in order to sup
port prosecution for trespass like
that of the Nichol case. The stat
ute says a stream like the Des
chutes shall be a barrier equivalent
to a fence in enclosing land. It
doesn't say that such water shall
f regarded as an enclosure of itself.
Therefore the way was left open to
the view that the premises where
tbe Ilodson boys and Charley Mc-
raalttrs are attended to, but we Kinnon fished on the Xichol nlace
iniRht better have no election at all j -vere unenclosed, and this view led
than go to the trouble of holding "" to a verdict of acquittal.
un election in which loose voting ' .2"urse' ",', the, favi-
,..,,, ,. sgble stream the law is different.
would taint the whole proceeding but it raust a stream whjch u in
and make the bonds unsalable. J the language of the statute. "na,vii
liable for general commercial pur-
wunoui improvement, and
The impression seems to prevail j p.y.s
in some quarters that all the land , tbe fact that it may be- possible to i
noat logs, timber and lumber on ;
such stream or river shall not con
stitute the same a navigable stream
wituarawn trom entry July 31,
1903, is to be restored to entry next
Tuesday. This comes from care
less reading of the notices. Only a
small part of the land withdrawn
in 1903 is to be subject to entry
next wtek. No rights are to be
acquired by going upon withdrawn
land. It is reported that a number
f people are settling upon land in
:i and 22-11 aud other townships
.similarly withdrawn. They would
probably save themselves much
trouble by reading more carefully
the published notices pertaining to
Six million acres of new forest
reserve in Idaho, over the protest
of Senator Heyburn and Represen
tative French , is the burden of a
new announcement from Washing
ton, hi these matters, it is to be
'observed, local sentiment is not in
Ijarmony with general welfare.
Every man who finds immediate
profit iu butchcriug the forest is, of
course,, against lU'c reserve idea for
Ji is locality; he favors the reserve
. I r .. . . "M VJ lilt l U9I1IUKIUH IllSiriCt.
somewhere else. So it is easy to nor the p,,, of Jude Q'
gei locai pruicai uyuiu.11 icacivca. xuauo, out lie jiem the popular
The uational autnonties, jiowever,
must take a wide view pf hc sub
ject -must hold in mind he geu-
A MOST UNTIMGLY LOSS.
Death, rarely a welcome visitor,
.seldom comes more inopportunely
for the public interest than iu the
use of Judge Ifellinger. He came
trom the cleaner democratic school
of politics and was by that fact uu
miivfcd by the factional bitterness
that has been frequently exhibited
m the republican ranks of Oregon
Then he was a man with sensitive"
conscience, high ideals and broad
intelligence, and in the coming
land fraud trials he would have 1
kept the main issues clearly fore
most and prevented the obscuration 1
that so frequently defeats justice j
Whatever the results, they would,
have been on the merits of the cases.
And that is all the people want.
Judge Bellinger was quite human
in his attributes. There was more
perhaps, of the emotional in his
nature than is usually imputed to
the traditional judicial tempera
ment, but if he erred it was 00 the
side of mercy. He had not the
immovable severity of Judce Hana-
ford, of the Washington district.
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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. Kxectttor or Trustee of Iittatei
Transfers money by Mail or Telegraph.
Collections made promptly and upon favorable terms.
Interest on Deposits
It will now
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For I Year, 4 per cent
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The Lands of
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irduntry rather sha the teuipqrary J
confidence to a greater degree
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was a moral force about him that!
was greater than a court of law or I
an imperial decree. His place iu ,
the judicial machinery of the
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Arrive PriuevilU 7 a.
Leave Prinevilk.... 12:30' p.
Arrive Bend 7:00 p.
I.bhv Bul 6:o.
Arrivw Priuuvtllo iao
I.wavw PriiiviB t p.
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rxircMi l'r j renin one way, 75 cunt
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Livery and Peed Stuble at l.nidlinv
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' ThurMUy uml SatunU) t K
n. 111 , arriving t TmhmIo m 11
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