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THE BEND BULLETIN
rum.IflllHI) HVKRV FRIDAY nv
'For cvorv mint iqu'nr it, no tt Vnd
One jMr-;,.. f i.jo
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(Invariablr In adrtucc.)
Remit ly Kink draft, 'posftil 'Money
tinier ot Demi, cxpre money order, or
hrgMlcml letter, mic iu rctniiiaiiec
The Ilcncl llullcUil.
Stage and mall Schedule.
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VToin Tumulo Tuw , Thr. nd bAl -I l. ",
J torn Uldlixr Moa , Wed., That. ud fcL.noo
1 i.rsHmnILn til Prinexllle.. .
1'or Uikevlew and Slivrr Lake .
1 or rumtlo Tuei ..tTuun. and Sal, .,.,. a. m
6 a. m. dally
..?.. in . T-jo p. ni dally txctpl sun
or laldlaw Mon.,U-dXhur and Sit i p. tn
iv&r nvririr irotaft .Wrtk dars. sa til tost).
tn Sunday, from u a. m to it in, and hall
houralXtr arrirat of ait matla from railroad
reaching Bend before S p. nt.
TnLrriiottn Orricu ItoVM-Wrtkday. lton
' rw a. in to 9o p. m, Sunday and holiday,
from w a. m. to it noon, and from -oo p. ra. to
V p. m.
JUNE 23, 1905
The city council fcecrus disposed
to reduce the menace of the Fourth
of July celebratiou by preventing
the firinj; of firecrackers and other
fireworks in the tustucss district of
City Treasurer Minor has the
tags and Officer Weymouth has the
instructions for carrying the doe
license ordinance into effect. All
dogs not wearing the license tag in
Bend hereafter will be subject to
execution without benefit of clergy.
Prior to 1 8 14, Norway was at
tached to the Danish crown. Swe
dcii's affi)taons.wereslr9ngJy Ger
manic. By the treaty of Kiel in
1814 Norway was taken away from
Denmark and given over to Swe
den. There was an attempt on the
part of the Norwegians to assert
their independence, and tlfey'prac
ttadly did so. Then they consented
to a union with Sweden which has
contiuued to this time. Ww Nor
way proposes to go it alone and the
chances are she will adopt a repub
lican form ofgoverhment.
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The selection of W. W. Cotton to
l - t..j. n-1l!-l'i..
m ucjuugc utmujjci a auunwi uij
the federal bench is a most, Uppy
solution of a problem thirty Jield
many difficulties. Political affairs
in Oregon are just now in a state of
-flux and the filling of so important
.a position could not safely be left to
ordinary pxe-executive agencies. In
other words, the 'ccommendation of
some Oregonian politician dtynbut
tng federal patronage would Jjardly
do. Mr. Cotton's qualifications,
however, weie.suph as commended
him to all. fy's fitness for the high
position all recognize. He has long
held first rank as a lawyer. He
has not been entangled in the fac
tional quarrels that have made
Oregon politics notorious. He is a
younjj tnpu It was a case of the
,,oflic'el,eeking the man and Oregon
.and.tbf federal judiciary are to be
congratulated upon . getting such
timber in the public service.
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The Uend school district makes
an excteUait showing this year, all
things considered. . Though it was
necessiury to meet the sudden de
mand for a second school, which
could be .provided , only in rented
quarters liil was maintained the
latter sevpli mouths and half of the
school year, the. district was still
able to pay off $664.49 of its float
ing;, debt and has the remaining
$240 provided for. This was done,
too, iu face of. the division of the
district which took $14,057 of our
taxable valuation and at least five
o the children who draw public
money, Thjs left the taxable val
uation in the Bend district?! 11,183,
This year's enumeration o phildren
shows 185 in the present Bend div
trict and this year's asssment has
not; yet been .compiled. v Bend has
maintained a very excellent school
the past year and. the finqncial con
ditiou of the, district Jias improved
at the same. time. . It. is hi .position
todoeveu better wtu-k;nex year
in a new four-rpom. school house
for which $3500 has been voted.
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Tivo yeure ahd. hrqe wtjeks ago
a railroad party ctme tp. Bend to
seeifthe?ky was blue, the wajer
wet, the soil dry and the trees,
straight and lalh Great prepar
ations were made for that trip, n
world. Two members of this party
President Lylc nnd Professor
Vrcuchvcre hcix: two years ago
and to them the contrast in con-
fditions must be impressive.
fcaravan of half a dozen teams be
ing required for the lrausMrtaUou
of the party and its effects. Nearly
a week was spent in getting to
Bond and the route was marked
fwith tin cans, glass bottles and fierce
imprecations. Now another rail
road party is here, a more .serious,
businesslike party than the other.
It made'h "pretty thorough cxami
nation of the country along the
way; had a pleasant ride and spent
the sccott'd niglit comfortably iu
Bend, where a "desert wilderness
strctclleUb 'miles Withdut human
hati!tati5Jnftwb 'years ago there ate
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1 now numerous uomesana uunurctis
of brbJli-'acres'in cltUvati6n. And
this is but a "start toward "opening
the.cduntr', without nhy'bfthc en
couragcmclit bf easy 'cbliilcctioii
with the d6njJ5rc.iiU aha "social
FAITH THAT MOANS PROORGSS.
The man without faith is a fail
ure. He has no confidence in any
body or anything and nobody has
'confidence in htm. And since con
fidence is not only the corner-stone
but the cuHrc' foundation, atttt most
of the ""superstFucVitrc as well, of
human affairs, he who has rib part
in alt this is ulways a flat failure.
What would become of agricul
ture if the husbandman would re
fuse to believe that the blade and
ear would follow the sowiug of
seed? What would become of trade
if the merchant would not order
goods before he had sold them"'And
cot his money? Vhat would mon
ey be wortli if nobody believed it
would purchase desirable things?
We live largely on faith and
hope. This, in the conditions and
circumstances of our 'existence,
is necessarily so. 'Without 'confi
dence, trnst'in others, 'iW"civiliz'
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auon wouia oe impossioie. xxiis
fact makes the attributes of honesty,
reliability, trustworthiness, of such
ereat importance' in 'all our affairs.
Without ttie'm we could not get
alone 'at all. There is even "honor
'among thieves," 'for thieves would
be "greatly handicapped if tfiey
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attend the mcctitiu; catted for last
Saturday to discuss tin adjustment
of their road rights. Five turned
out. Francis am! Garratt, wtio
have fenced tip the roud where it
crosses their land, offered, to con
tribute as much as any body else
toward making a road on the Hue
but no action was taken on the
olTcr. The question whether it
was a public road or not was not
cleared up. Thoe present at the
meeting did not wish to attempt to
bind ttic others to any course of
action so nothing resulted.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
...ISUTTEK AND EC1U5...
TEe City Market
HUM) I.IVUSTOCK AND PRODUCII CO.
Fresh and Cured Meats and Fish
Uveryttilnc Pertaining; to n Plrtit-Clnss Market '
WEST BUILDING, Wnll St., MIND, OREGON
sruscRiim for Tin;
fttAhorizcd Capital $25,000
The Central Oregon
Banking & Trust Colftfrany
of BEND, CROOK COLflTY.It.
TranSacts a general banking and trust busuicss.
Issues letters of Credit goal throughout the wprhl.
'Acts as Administrator, Tiiccutbr' or Trustee bf'lCit'aVcs.
:rs money by Mail'or Telcgripli , h
ions made promptVand UponTavdrauTc tcrmfi.
Interest -on Deposits
The' Central rffgon Dankjtig & TruJtXo. Vias added
jvc'ral new Vqaturcs to' its rnpi(l!vigrowing business. It will now
ve Time Xcrtiricales of IJepos.l, 'paying interest inercon ns
could not trust each other.
'lie who grubs a .farm From' the
desert or forest wilderness must
have faith' jn tfie future. So must
they who puild mills and factono
and establish cjtfps. So 'roust they
who build railroads. There can be
no progress without the faith that
is the licht of experience. We
must have confidence in our town, !
confidence in our neighbors, nn un
shakable conviction that intelligent,
persistent effort will bring piying
results. This is the faith that will
move mountains the faith that
inspires a course of action that
brings great results.
For 1 Yearr per ctftt
'safe "deposit boxs"for RENT
at Reasonable Rxites
'AU. THE ADVANTAGES OF A CITY HAKC
K.'gI'EMX, Jit.. IW. A. L. OOOUWIIXTK, Vick Piiim.
J. M. LAWUKXC'K, HwY
F. O. MI SOU, Cahiiikh
AN ELEOANT SUMMER BOOK.
Splendid Publication Just Issued by
the Oregon Railroad & Navi
"Restful Recreation Resorts," the
the 1905 Summer Iiook issued by
the passenger department of the
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
contains forty-eight pages and
cover. The book is printed on
heavy white paper, fifty-eight cuts
being used to illustrate the trips up
and down the Columbia river, to
the mountains, beaches, island re
sorts and fonntains of healing.
Several of the illustrations are of
scenes in the Bend country. Charlie
Cottor looms tip particularly im
posing in a Deschutes fishing scene.
The cover is done in three colors,
adding materially to the beauty and
effectiveness of the publication,
which may be bad by sending two
cents in stamps to A. I. Craig,
Gen'l Pass. Agt. of the O. R. &. N.
Co., Portlaud, Ore. U is a good
thing to .send to your friends iu the
East who expect to visit the !T,ewis
& Clark exposition.
The Ico Cave Road,
The agitation oyer the Ice Cave
road.showp how this .country is set-,
tlingjup- J yeari , ago tiiere were
four settlers served by that road'
Arnpld, McCanp, CJriflin and Mrs,
Whitted.. Now the folhnviug are
found quttthere: Arnold, three Mc-
Canns, three Fergusons, Wilkin-
son.Jones, McKeunett, Whitted,
Wilson, Grifhu, liuckley, t'rancis,
Garratt, Iathrop, Coons, Sheridan,
Alorrjll, 1 Benson, , Deemer and
Nichol, So much for the growth
along a thoroughfare a .dpsep miles
long in a region niore or less desert
and more or less timbered.
A Complete Slock of
. At Bend,
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
T. & G. FLOORING
WINDOW CASING .
O. G. BASEBOARD
O. G. BATTINS
P. B. D. PATENT ROOFING
The Lauds of
m d, j, p.
pe C. S. 1, Co,
CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION,
Pilot Butte Development
WAI.I, HTItKHT, 0iKlte II M Co
THE finest stock of FRESH
MEATS in Crook County.
Cured Meats and Lard and all
the Accessories of a First-Class
Market. Everything new and
of the best. WH ITE cS: H I LL.
YOU ARI1 INVITMI) TO
T Wliite Huse
COU. OKItOON & IIONI) !T8.
H. B. jgotcuenct, prop.
The Best Liquors and Wines
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
A. II. t.lppnun leo. At. Meyer
A. H. Lippman & Co.,
Stoves, Ranges, Healers, Cooking Utensils, Doors
nml Windows, Paints nnd OiM, Cnrpctl nnd Mnttini;.
Wc carry n fine Hue of Rockers nnd CoiicIich.
Wo can furnish your house complete
GIVE US A CALL
Z, F, MOODY
Commission and forwarding
SMANIKO, - ORIKION
Large, Ommoi'ms Warchwsc Cslpincalj Solicited
I'rmupt allrntiou imIiI In tliom: nlm
fnMir me Midi lltcir wtrmnc ,
TMROUUIJ FROM UBNII TO SMANIKO IN ONE DAY
SHANIKO-PRINEVIUIi CTAfiC I IMC
PRINEYILLE-BEND OIAUC UlC
SOUTH IIOUN'I) NOKTIIIIOU.S'O
Leave Slinnlko 6 p. in. j Leave Ilcnd 6:00 a. 111.
Arrive Princvilli! 7 n. in. ' Arrive Princvllle u:oo 111.
Lcnvc Prineville 13:30 p. in. linw Prinevillc 1 p. 111.
Arrive Haul , 7:00 p. in. Arrive Shnuiko 1 n. in.
PIRSTCLASS EQUIPMENTS FOR TRAVELLING PUHLIC
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES RP.ASONALE
J,cnc liiillii)' cery Miulny,
WoliieMUy, Thurwlny ami Suttir
ilny nlxnit iimoii, ,
I,cnc Hcml ntxmt .( p, ni iuiiiic
AccomiiKMUtlynn for Mfcm!iij;ori
iul ;xprcM, I'or;.v)cciitoiicwuy
75 ccnt for rQuiil Irjp,
Livery and'peed Stable at Lildlaw
The Deschutes Telephone
Telegram Poniarded to
any part of Urn World.
nnd nil Pacific Coast citien
Public PAY Station
Hcnd - Oregon
THE DESCHUTliS Tfc'LKriWNIJ CO.
We enrry only the
finest lines of
TO DKOI' INTO TIU
SMITH & CLEEK, Props
11 mmm imiiiimi m mn
BLACKSJYUTHINa AND HORSESHOEING
All kinds of wagon work done in, jW-clnss .slinin;. Short
notice jobs a specialty.
on-UHTii wnroiMiiwBU BKND. OBKOOM
These people were too busy to