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THE BEND BULLETIN
rUin.lfillJil) KVItRY I'RIIUV nv
UliDDUAUNN & LAWRENCE.
' For every mn a tquira deal, no leu and
P. ,...,,... M..m..,m
suDSCRirrioN turns t
i nnc raonifist4H.tiM .
(Inrariablr In advance.)
HOW TO RUMIT.
Remit lr Iwjik draft. txtnl money
onler on llcntl, cxprcM money order, or
regiftlcrcu teller. ainkc nil remittance
payable to The llcnd llultctiu.
and, inflammable refuse from alleys,
back-yards and vncntit premises.
Unless there is care in these matter
the insurance companies may re
fuse to do business here.
Riddle cleans women's skirts, tf
Stage and Mall Schedule.
Akrivs at Send.
1 ram Shanllo Tit rrinefille ? I. M. 'tally
J ront Iakcrlew ami Silver UV.e -
I . ra. dslly except Tue
I'rom Tumlo Tut., Thur. nd Ut. ;l.. p. in.
1 rom laldlaw Mon., Wnt., Thurs, and Nat-noon
1 or Khinlko via lYlnerilte- a. ra. dally
1 or Lalcvitw and Mlver Lake... ....
...?!jip.m dally eiccpt 8nn.
lor Tvmilo Tn., Than, and Sat .. a. nt.
3 or pddjjrr Man., Wed.. TJwrs. and Sat.. J p. ra.
Qrrtcn llooMVYck day: 8 a.m. to R
jnrfar. from it a. m. lo is m.. ami liall
liouratlcr arrival of all raaila Irani railroad
rtaehlar flend before I p. m.
TM.t!iimE Orricr Hoc a Week day, from
r-uoa. m. to 9t p. m. Sunday and holiday,
from S-oo a. m. lo 11 noon, and from W p. ra. to
9 no p. m.
JUNE 9. 1905
When Indians come lo &mn.h the ball
And hike nrouml the bofes
ml paint the ton-it r ruddy hue
Anil lil;cv,-i paint their faces
They'll brinj; some speedy horsai. loo
Ami chck'non to shoir It
Oil, If you don't attend our l'onrth
You'll sorely, surely rue it,
railroad; a whole week has passed
without a new crop of rumors.
The Pilot Butte company hns
bought n feed mill which it will
operate in connection with the saw
mill. It has been decided to build n
bridge ncross the Deschutes nt
Cline Palls and 60,000 feet of lum
ber has been ordered for the pur
pose. At the D. I. & P. club houses ex
tensive improvements arc under
wny. The rocks have been re
moved from the river front and the
spacious lawn leveled and sown to
grass. A septic tank has been in
stalled to take care of the drainage.
Now arrangements for irrigating
the premises arc under way.
FROM FATHER HICKEY
Urges Catholics of Oend to be up
Shnniko, Or., June 6, (Hititor llcnd
Ilulletln) I'lcasc notice in your IsMicof
this week, that devine services will l
held in llcnd on Sunday, June 18, at
such hour and ilace,as 'the local Cath
olics may deem let. This will be the
last opportunity offered the Catholics to
comply with their Raster duty. Con
fession will I lieanl !cforc mass, ami I
after mav. Sunday school will lc taught. !
I shall expect the Catholics of llcnd,
and cMievinily those who constitute the 1
committee appointed six months ago, I
to make a report of the matters entrusted I
to mem and inlonually iliscussctl at
that time. I lici? to state hen: also vrrv
clearly that if the Catholics of llcnd" and
Plshcrincn Take Notice.
All person? arc hereby notified
Lewis & Clark Centennial.
The Columbia Southern Railway
not to nsii, or in any other manner Company will sell excursion tickets
trespass cm the property of the un-' fr01n nil ticket offices to Portland
dcrsigucd, lying along the Dcs-1 umi, rcturn tiny from Mny ao lt)
chutes river about five miles below October 15, good to return within
lend. Anyone found fishing on 30 days f-om date of sale, but not
the promises will be prosecuted to ntcr Uian October an 1905, t
the full extent of the aw. keep rnlc!l ns f0ow9 for the round trip:
m,t' 0. W. 1). RiuiY. I Wttsco, ?.8o; Mara, Sws.
Grass Valley, 6 35; Shnniko,
8.00. Children between five and
1 a years, one-half the aliove rates.
C. K. Lytuc,
015 General Pass. Agent.
The Deschutes Telephone Com
pany has established the following
hours when its exchange will lc
open in Bend: Week days, from
;oo a. m. 109:00 p. m. Sundays
and holidays, from 8:00 n. in. to
12:00 noon, and from 5:00 p, m. to
9:00 p. in.
Complete roller mill and saw
mill in good order, will be sold
very cheap. Tkauoott Humi,
River Ranch Wanted.
We have inquiry for it river
ranch, for which about $900 cash
will lw jwid.
tf CKOOK Cot'NTV RllAt.TY Co.
If we haven't what suits your
tancy, will procure them on short
N. -J I " I-.W..IV 1111.111 Ull iHIUI I
cwberg, Or. , notice. Merrill Drug Company.
The Ladies Aid society have Cabbage plants ready to set out,
ready-made kitchen aprons for sale. Kngcnc Lucicr, near I.uidlaw. jia
Bend must be about to have a WrrpundinK country desire the minis-
Now the Maury MounUiu re
serve has been erected by procla
mation of the president. This em
braces 51 ,360 acres in Crook county
40 miles southeast of Bend.
Dr. Harry Lane, who was chosen
Mayor of Portland last Monday
over George II. Williams, first
came into prominence as superin
tendant of the state insane asylum in
the first term of Governor Penuoyer.
Pennoycr removed him from the
position and drew from Laue one
of the most scorching denunciations
that ever appeared in Oregon poli
tics. Williams went down because
of his leanings toward the Mitchell
machine, which has become too
much overloaded to navigate.
tration f n tric.t. ami arc anxious for
the erection of a Catholic church, they
must show their enrncstuos by an
activity worthy the cause. -1 would re
spectfully suggest to them, therefore, to
make a thorough canvas pre ious to my
next visit, lo hold a meeting and deter
niiuc on a line of action. 1
I am disposed to do all I can to spore
no pains for the good of religion and
humanity, but the Catholics of llcnd, 1
must tnemscives 1 lite prime uuncrs.
They cannot expect from others an
asumption of burden for their sake,
which they are unwilling to assume.
I anticipate the best and happiest results
from their united action and so await
with impatience the good tidings that 1
know will mark my vuit to llcnd.
Should arrangements he made, I will
give two free lectures, Saturday night
and Sunday, on the occasion of my
visit June 17 and 18. SI. J. HtCKrif,
Timber Land, Act June J. tSj.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V. S. Land Office, The Datlet, Or r ion,
Notice I hereby siren that in compliance with
le DrovUloasof thr Act of Courrru of tune t.
1 Jr. entitled "An act for the Mle of timber
Three Russian cruisers from the
battle of Japan sea limped into
Manila and asked for permission to
repair and take coal and provisions.
Governor Wright and Admiral
Train were inclined to grant thi
favor but when Washington heard
of it orders were immediately given
fhat the Russians could not use
Manila to repair injuries received
in battle and they must leave in 24
hours or disarm. Since Japunest
warships wtre watching outside it
was useless for the Russians to get
away so they interned.
People are learning to farm in
the Deschutes valley. They an
learning that it availeth nothing tt
put in seed early that early plant
ing becomes the worm which i
dcyoured rather than the bird
which devoureth, In this climate
th seeds germinate very quicklj
and the plants grow with amazinj
rapidity when the conditions art
right. Crops from May or Junt
planting will be more satisfactor
than from March or Ajiril plantinj
indeed, this difference in seed
time will frequently make all the
difference between failure anrf
It will be fortunate if Bend learns
its lesson without a general conflag
ration. The two fires we have had
were clearly due lo faulty flues.
One was built of brick before cold
set In last year, the other was built
of stone in midwinter cojd. This
circumstance points to the fact that
no chimney is above suspicion until
it has proved its safety not merely
negatively by failing to burn the
building, but under positive test to
ascertain certainly that there are
nojeaks. Several chimneys have
already been inspected and at least
two found defective. This discovery
has probably preveuted two destruc
tive fires. Allother ilues iu town
should be thoroughly examined
and they should ad be puin a con
dition above suspicion. There
utfnld also be 4 rlrnrnf? of bdxs Jj
in the atate of California. Ofezon Nevada . and
W'aihlngton Territory,'- extended to alt the
puNic land autca by Act or Aujut 4, ityt,
of Oend, county of Crook, atate of Oregon. ha
thla day filed In Ihta office her aworn lalement
Vo. 101, for the purchate of the wSx'l. !jaw
If ec j and nwftneX of ec 3&, Ip is a, r lie.
And will offer proof toahow that the land 1
3Uf hi la more valuable for Ita timber or alone !
han for agricultural purpoaea, and tucaUMlth
her claim to aaid land before J St Lawrence. 1
!' S. Commiaaiooer, at hit office In Iknd, i
Urgon, on August 14. 1904- I
She naraea aa witneaaca lidwln I- Kennon, I
William Arnold. Frank data and Frank Hardin-'
ier, all of Rend, Oregon.
Suy and all persona claiming adreraely the
..ore described Undt are returned to file their
ciaima in mis omce 011 or oeiorc Inc salU 14th
lay of August . ijoj
H-S4 MICAKL T NOLAN. Register
Timber Land, Act June, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'. S. Land Office, The Dalle's, Oregon,
April to. 1905.
Notice la hereby glren lhat In compliance with
he proriilous of the Act of Congress of June J.
r, entitled, "An act fur the safe of timber lands
n the stales of California. Om-on. .Wrnuli. stul
A'ashington Territory," aa calender to all the
ubllc land states by Act of August 4, 1891.
if Rend, county of Crook, atate of Oregon, haa
Ml this day filed In thla office his sworn Mate
uent No. 1497, for the purchase of the a w aec
.1, ip iS a, r 11, w In.
And will offer proof to show that theland
ought la more valuable for Ita tlnlwr or stone
han fur agricultural purpose, ami to establish
lisetslra to aatd land btforej M Iwrcncr.
.' S. Commlsstoner, at bis office In Ilend, Ore
joii, on the 14th day of August, I'jJ
He names as witnesses Ward I, Kennon,
Crank Cilass, William Arnold and John L. Kcvcr,
ill of Rend, Oregon.
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
.bore-described lauds are requested U file iheir
Ulms Iu this office on or before the aald 14th da)
f August, .
li-M MICHAHL T- NOLAN, Reglater.
Timber Land, Act June J, U;1.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V. S. Land Office, The Oallea, Oregon,
April j, 190.
Notice la hereby given that in compliance with
he provisions of the Act of Congress of June 1,
. entitled "An act for the aafor timber Unf
n the atate of California, Oregon. Netada. and
Aashlngtan Territory." aa extended lo all the
.mbllc taud states by art of August 4. l,
Jackson C, TulUr, j
.if Laldlaw county f Crook, atate of Oregon,
haa on thla day filed in ibis office his sworn
stilemeiitNo Jiw.fortlu purchase of the sejf of
7. . j. i 17 r ,1 e, w ni
Aud will otter prooT to show lhat the land
.ought I more vai(able for ita timber or atonr
than for agricultural purpose, and to establish
la claim to Mid land before J M. Lawrence
d S. Corurnlstltncr. at hla office In Bsrfrn
He uamca aa witness' ri.itM.. 11 nt .
and RepMll H, Mutilg. of Jlend. Oregon, ancl
Jacob t Thorp, and Roscoc Flander, of Laid-
Any and alt peraon claiming adversely the
abave describeJ land arc requested to file their
........ ... ...i. ou:s- on or oeisrc to (aid 13th
dayofAugvst, ij. '
JM KICHAKL T. NOLAN, Rtgiiter.
Deert Land, Final I'roof,
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interrlor.
V. 8. Laud Office, The Halle, Oregon,
Sy jj, 1905,
Nollce I bf rrby given that belle L. Harris, of
rortland, Oregon, fiiS Ablngton Jlldg ) haa filed
notice ofintentlon to make proof an her desert
land claim No. soo for the aUneU and m-UurU
aec 11, aud nw'owtf. see tt, tp is a. riie.winJ
before M. K. R'gg V fi Coiumlsslouer, at his
omce in iitucvjije, urcgoa, on me 12th a
name the following wituctse to Drove the 1
complete irrigation auu rcciamauon 01 sam una.
SHELDON & M'KINNON
General Blacksmithing nad Wagon Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Our shop is .located opprsitc Baptist Church.
Bend's New Meat Market
WALL KTItltlcr, Uitimiiii II M CO.
WHITE & HILL
THE FINEST STOCK OF FRESH
MEATS IN CROOK COUNTY
Cured MenU and Lard aiul nil the Accesso
ries of n First-Clnss Market
EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE BEST
YOU AMI! INVITIH) TO
Jhe White JJouse
COU. OHK00N At 1IONI) NTS.
H. 30. iSotcbcnct, prop.
The BesL Liquors and Wines
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
Authorized Capital $25,000
TEe Central Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
of BEND, CROOK COUNTY, OR.
Transacts n general banking and trust business.
Issues Letters of Credit good throughout the world.
Acts as Administrator, Kxecutor or Trustee of Kstatcs.
Transfers money by Mail or Telegraph.
Collections made promptly aud upon favorable terms.
Interest on Deposits
The Central Oregon Banking & Trust Co. has added
several new features to its rapidly growing business. It will now
give Time Certificates of Deposit, paying interest thereon as
For 6 Months, 3 per cent
For 1 Year, 4 per cent
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
at Reasonable Kates
ALL THK ADVANTAGES OF A CITV HANK
D I RKCTORSi
V. K. Gl'KIUN', Jit.. 1'riw. A. I.. (iOODWII.I.IK, Vine I'lirn.
J, M LAWKKSCK, tox'v
V. O. .MINOIt, Cimiiru
A. M. Llppmnn lco. A.. Meyer
A. H. Lippman & Co.,
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Cooking Utensils, Doors
and Windows, Paints ami Oils, CarcU and Matting.
We carry n fine line of Kockcrs anil Couches.
Wo can furnish your house complete)
CIVK US A CALL
i i.r ... .. ' -
THK MS CASH R
- Z. F. MOODY
g Forwarding: Merchant
LAHCK AND COMMODIOUS WAHHHOUSK
Prompt attention paid to those who favor nic with their patronngc
A Complete Stock of
Rough, Surfaced and (Moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
THROUGH! PROM URNI) TO SHANIKO IN ONfi DAY
SHANIKO-PRINEVILLE CTAfiE lliVP
PRINEVILLE-BENJ) JlAUC UllC
Leave Slinniko ( p. tn. ; I.envc llcnd dxo a.
Arrive Priucvillc 7 a. tn.
Leave Priucvillc 12:30 p. 111.
Arrive lk'iid. 7:00 p. tn.
Arrive Priucvillc moo
Lonve Priucvillc 1 p.
Arrive Slinniko in.
PIRSP-CLASS 1CQUIPMUNTS POR TRAVKLLINO PUI1LIC
PASSHNGICR AND KKKICIIT ItATKS RHASONALIv
T. & (3. FLOORING
Reasonable BBADUD GKILINO Luraber
WINDOW JAMBS neUard n.
PriCCS WINDOW CASINO "J1'" .at
Good HBAD BLOCKS Were on
O. O. DASKBOARI) i ' , V ,
Grades stair TRKADS J ic Land s of
Drv WATKR TABLK Tlie J ' & V
3 O. O. BA'ITINS Co., or
Stock MOULDINGS r,ie C- 5 ' C0
P. B. D. PATKNT ROOI-'ING
Pilot Butte Development
J.cincs Litiillny every Momla),
Wiiliiifiuljy, TlitirwiHy mill Stitur
ilny nlxitit ikxiii.
l.cnc. Ilonil alxuit I ti. m . miiip
AcriiiiiiiiiMlitl(iii for mM"ii)4fr
mill cxpreM. 1'Hrf .vut'iiUonc vmo
7 ctnU for toiinil trip.
J. C. TULLAR.
Livery anil Peed Stable at Lnldlnw
I mve Iltiml evety Tttrxlay.
Tlitirwlay riiul SjIhhIh)- m i
a. 111., iirrivinu nt Ttitnalo ut li
a in.; trove rtutmlo mi Mini'
iliiyn nt 11.15 n. m.. Arriving nt
llpinl nt r. 15 p. in. Acpoiiihmv
ilnlioiia for MMvciiKora ninl
William P. Downing
D. J. Harris. ofl'prtllnJ, Oregon, i f Hurl-
burt.ofShaniko, Orrcon, I K Tnomloa and 1 1
smes l cinrivw, sviu ui vtis? r.u. u,tUU j m
1J7 MIClUUt. T. Uat.ti, RfglWr f Lw
We carry only the
finest lines of
TO DKQJ' INTO TIIK
SMITH ft CMtKK, Props
BLACKSMITHINQ AND H0R8ESH0EINQ
All kinds of wagon work done iu first-class sjaje
uuwii; jwu1 n npecinny.