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THE BEND BULLETIN
FUBMMIKU KVKRY I'KIOAY 11V
LUEDDKMANN ft LAWRUNCB.
"frrtnr man a iquar dial, no lilt and
One j-tr. ............. .... ft.j
$bx tnonthB..M........mM.... .So
Three month..,,.......-........,.....,... .jo
(InrarinMr In adrance.)
HOW TO REMIT.
Remit liv hank tlrnft. lxtal money
onlcr on Ilend, cxprcw money onlcr, or
registered letter, aiiuse nil remittances
myablc to The Bend nullcttn.
lmve actually paid tax thtrcon.
The mere fact tliat one is now the
owner of property on which some
body else paid last year's tax will
not qualify for voting on the bond
iug question, even If the assessor
has listed the property for this
year's assessment. Bonds are n
pretty sensitive species of property
and the least suspicion of irregu
larity attenditiB their Issue will
make them unsalable; hence the
caution in this case.
Staga and mall Schedule.
AaatVE at Bind.
Vrota Rhtnlko U rtUcTltlr...7 p. n. dally
itom Lakerlew and SlWtr tWe.. ..... .
,..... ....! a. m dillr tcpl Tut
Vrom Tumalo Tut., Thur. and 8t..:ll . m.
Trom Laldlaw Mod., WctL, Thur. and SaUnoon
3'r Rhtnlko l rrintTllle... 6 a. tn. dally
Vor Lakcrlew and Sllrtr Lake........ ... -
..... 7'jo p. m dally except Sun.
i or ruMtloTuea., Thura. and Rat .la. m.
2 or Ildtaw Men., Wed., Thur. nnd Sal..J p. tn.
IMTOpriCR HocusWeek day:Sa.m.loKp.
m. Sunday, from II a. m. to u m.. and hall
"mur after arrtTtl of all mail Irom railroad
Teaching Bend before t p. m.
TmitrnoMK OrriCR Hal'ta Week day, from
.wi. m. to oa i. m. Similar and holiday.
from 8j a. tn. to u noon, and from j.-o p. m. tu
MAY 26, 1905
The Bend water company isn't
much on advertising but it does
things. The same is true of many
other Bend enterprises. Bend's
security and progres do not de
pend upon any one institution or
Assessor J. D. LaFolIctte, who
was in Bend this week, is a cousin
of the reform governor and ccuator
elect of Wisconsin. C. H. Arnold,
who has been keeping the Smith &
Cleck restaurant several months,
is a cousin of W. L. Douglas, the
shoe manufacturer and governor of
Massachusetts. Mayor Arthur
Lawson Goodwillie, of Bend, is a
cousin of "Frenzied Finance" Law
f on, of Boston. Thus does the blood
of the F. F. V's get out on the
frontier for rejuvenation, and the
cause of civilization goes marching
If townsites were towns then beg
gars might ride, runs the old prov
erb. However, it must not be
forgotten that the Deschutes valley
is a wonderfully productive region
and there will some day be more
.than one thrifty town in the shank
between Deschutes and Crooked
rivers. Let 'em come. At the same
time let us remember that building
towns first and the country after
ward is not the natural or logical
order ol development. The Bul
letin has spoken of this several
times and believes it a good thing
to keep constantly in view, that
safe and sane development builds
upon a foundation of productive
industry. The steeple and flag
staff should come last, not first.
ST. PAUL FOR CENTRAL OREO.ON
The St. Paul railroad seems to
be squaring away for nn advance
through Central Oregon, perhaps to
occupy the field bclorc Gould docs.
A short time ago it was announced
that the St. Paul would build to
the Pacific coast and Seattle was
given as the proposed terminus. It
was known that that railroad had
option's on valuable property avail
able for terminal in the Pugct
sound city. Some days later the
St. Paul Pioneer Press printed the
statement that the St. Paul had
"given up all hope of establishing
coast terminals in Seattle, which it
has had in view for two years, be
cause ol the prohibitive prices
placed on tide lauds which arc ab
solutely necessary, nnd the options
held by the company, aggregating
$1,750,000, have been placed at the
refusal of the Northern Pacific."
This was followed immediately by
the announcement of President
Earling that the St. Paul would
build at once into Wyoming and a
little later it came out that a junc
tion would be made with the Ore
gon bnort Line in Idaho. itohi
there, of course, it could get to the
But the St. Paul is a pretty in
dependent as well as conservative 1
railroad. It has more actual cash i
in its treasury than any other rail
road in the country. It will not
depend on trackage rights over
competing lines Tor its passage to .
the coast. It will have its ownj
rails and it will open new territory,
in order to avoid friction with its ,
neighbors and to develop wealth of j
its own. It won't bend down into I
Wyoming and then strike back I
north to Pugct sound. That would
be an impossible route, long mile-,
age and through a competitive field. '
Manifestly the thing for the St.
Paul to do is to cross Central Ore- j
gon to Portland and there arel
strong indications that plans for
such a road are fast maturing. I '
Next Tuesday being a legal j.
holiday, the bank, telephone office :
and postoffice will observe Sunday I
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Kerr of
Chicago arrived in Bend Monday
and arc contemplating locating out
near Powell Buttes, Mr. Kerr own
ing sonic laud In that section.
They have two toijs of furniture
and household effects somewhere
If we haven't what suits your
fancy, will procure them, on short
notice. Merrill , Drug Company.
Cabbage plants ready to set out,
Eugene Luclcr, near Luiillmv. j i a
SHELDON & M'KINNON
General BLacksmithing and Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEINO A SPECIALTY
gtf Our shop Is located opposite Baptist Church.
Bend livery & Transfer Co.
J. FRANK STROUD, MnnnRCr
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
IIOKSKS UoARIHtl) V T1IR DAY, WltKK OK MONTH
FIrst-CInss Livery Rigs for Rent. 'Phono No. 15
Bend's New Meat Market
WAM. HTIlltUT, OiriMITIt II, M CO,
WHITE & HILL
THE FINEST STOCK OF FRESH
MEATS IN CROOK COUNTY
Cured Meats nnd Lnrd nnd nil the Accutiw
rles of a First-Class Market
EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE BEST
nomlitrccl, between Minnesota ami Oregun,
YOU AIU1 INVITUI) TO
T W House
COM. OKKOON A IKINO STS.
H. B. Eotcbcnct, prop.
The Best Liquors and Wines
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
Authorized Capital $25,000
The Central Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
of BEND, CROOK COUNTY, OR.
Transacts a general banking nhd trust business.
Issues Letters of Credit good throughout the world.
Acts as Administrator, Executor or Trustee of Estnlcs.
Transfers money by Mail or Telegraph,
Collections made promptly and uiou favorable terms.
Interest on Deposits
The Central Oregon Banking & Trust Co.
several new features to its rapidly growing business,
give Time Certificates of Deposit, paying interest
For 6 Months, 3 per cent
For 1 Year, 4 per cent
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
aL Reasonable Rates
AM. THIS ADVANTAGES OK A CITY BANK
It will now
K. GUKUIX, Jn.. I'iik. A. L. tiOODWIl.t.IK, Vio: 1W.
J. M. LAWUKSTK, Sw'v
F. O. Ml NO It, CtHiiii-n
How the name of J. M. Law
rence came to be proposed by Sec
retary Hitchcock for receiver of the
Jloseberg land office is quite un
known to Mr. Lawrence, who was
sot an applicant for that or any
other office. If the story of the
Portland Oregonian, reprinted in
another column of this paper, is a
true statement of the situation, it
indicates that that unfortunate land
office is still some distance from
clear weather. The Roseburg of
Jice last year handled more money
than any other ih the United States,
$480,261. The next highest in
Oregou was LaGraude with
$311,641, then Lakeview with
tf 309.590, The Dalles $231,421,
Oregon City $88,587 and Burns
21,073. All but Burns are maxi
anum offices, paying registers and
receivers $3,000 a year each.
Next Wednesday afternoon from
1 to 4 o'clock there will be held at
the B. M. hall an election to de
termine whether this school district
shall be bonded for $3,500 to build
a new school house. Under
the statute and instructions
of the state superintendent only
persons on last year's tax roll are
entitled to vote at this electiou
those whose names are actually on
that roll, or who own shares in a
corporation or partnership that was
on last year's tax roll. The only
exception to this rule is in the case
ofipersons who ptrchased property
Sam C. Caldwell, the plumber,
returned from Albany last Satur
'ay, filled with enthusiasm for
Bnd. All his plumbing tools and i
equipment is at Shaniko and will
'c brought in at once and then
Bend will have first class plumbing.
Bledsoe, the photographer is.
about to embark in a photographic
novelty in the shape of scenery
prints for quilts. He has after
much trouble acquired a satisfac
tory cloth to print photographs on
and will make Bend prominent in
A Complete Stock of
William Frvrear's house and
storehouse, near Sisters, burned last
week while the family was away
ftom home. There was no insur
ance and the family was left desti
tute, The B. M. Co. is receiving
contributions to relieve its imme
Messrs J. O. Johnston and F. S.
Stanley left last Friday to return to
Portland. Their auto made the
run to Hetsler, by way of Forest, '
in six hours, and from there the !
gentlemen went over the rough;
sireicn 01 roauto siianiko by team,
reaching there in time for a com
fortable sleep before the train left
Catholic Church Services.
Rev. Father Hickey writes that
he will visit Bend this week nnd
celebrate mass here next Sunday,
May 28th, at 8:30 o'clock a. m.
Confessions will be heard before )
mass and all given an opportunity I
to make their Easter duty. Father
Hickey wishes all his people to 1
come together next Sunday with a
view towards formulating plans for
the erection of a Catholjc church in
Bend or Madras. The reverend!
gentleman will lecture Saturday
night and Sunday if a hall be ,ar-1
ranged for. Subject: "The Blessed
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
that was on last ypar's ta roll and Eucharist" and "Confession "
T. & G. FLOORING
Reasonable "HADED CEILING unibcr
WINDOW JAMBS n.llwl
Prices window casing Delnered al
ftnn,i HEAD BLOCKS . L0W. Wsl
000(1 O. O. BASEHOAKD A3fW,ierc on
Grades STAIR TREADS The Lands of
Drv WATER TABLE Uie J)' ' & '
' O. G. BATTINS C-ior
Stock MOULDINGS riie C S Co.
I n. D. PATENT ROOFING
Pilot Butte Development
A. M. Llppman (iCo, M. Meyer
A H. Lippman & Co.,
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Cooking Utensils, Doors
mid Windows, Paints and Oils, Carets and Matting.
We carry a fine line of Rockers anil Couches.
We can furnish your house complete
GIVE US A CALL TERMS CASH
Z. F. MOODY
It Forwarding; Merchant
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS WAREHOUSE
Prompt attention paid to those who favor me with their patronage
THROUGH FROM BEND TO SMANIKO IN ONE DAY
SilANIKO-PRINKVILLIi CTAfiP I INC
PRINEVILLE-BIiND JiAUE Lmi
Lcnve Shaniko 6 p.
Arrive Prinevillc 7 n.
LcHve Prinevillc.... 12:30 p.
Arrive Bend 7:00 p.
in. 1 Leave Bund
111. I Arrive Prinevillc...
in. ' Leave Prinevillc....
in. ' Arrive Shaniko
I'lRSL'CLViS EQUIPMENTS FOR TRAVELLING IMMSI.IC
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONA1.I
very Mommy, u mi
nim Sottiriluy iilxmt
I.i-uu' I.millnv ever
tit-why, llnirwlny n
I.ciivm Ilcnil nltout I p. 111., Mime tiny.
AccoiiuiUMlatioim for ixitMiiiKcrx ami
i-xpri-wi. I'nre 50 ccnuoiie wny; 7.S cent
fur round trip.
J. C. TULLAR.
Livery nnd Feed Stnblu at l.nlillnv
Lec llvml cvrry Turixlny,
ThurMliiy nml SAlurilny Ht H
11. 111, arriving nt Timiulu nt 11
m. in.; leave Tuiimlo 011 miiiip
iluy Ht 1 1 is u. in., urrlvliiK t
Ik'llil at 3:15 p, in. Aci-oilimo-ilntioiiH
for mMiigur unit
William P. Downing
We carry only the
finest lines of
TO OHO!' INTO Tlll
SMITH & CLEEK, Props
BLACKSMITHING AND HORSESHOEING
All kinds of wagon work done in first-class shape. Short
notice jobs a specinlty.
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