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THE BEND BULLETIN
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LUIiDDBMANN & LAWRONCU.
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HOW TO RliMlY.
Rondttiy link drnft, jxntid money
onlcr on Rcnil, express money onlcr, or
reKlMcrcd letter. Make nil remittances
payable to The Rend Bulletin.
Stage nnJ mnll Schedule.
Anhivn AT 1IR.NO.
from Shaniko rl ITlneTllle ? p. m.
lfram I.aVeiirw Atifl fillrer Xllkr
I a. m. lUlty except Tut
"rem Tumalo Tur., Thiir. ami Sat- ..:li J. in.
from Uliltair Mon.i Wot., Thr. and Sal-neon
Jr Stunlko r1 ITtntvUle $ . m. dally
l'cr I.akttifw unit Silver ljke
..... 7 j p. in dally except Sim.
J'or ftimalo Tuei., Thur. ntid Sat .... a. in.
Vur Laldlaw Moo., Weil., Thura. and Sat..l p. in.
lvsr OrriCK Itovas Week ituva; Ja.m.toSp
ni Snndayi, fiom u a. m. to la in., and hall
hour flcr arrival of att tuaiti liom railroad
i etching nend before S p. III.
TsisruoNB OrrtCR llotms VeeVda, from
?a. m to oieu p. m. Sumlar and holkla),
from Jso a. m. to U noon, and from j-oo p. in. to
JUNK 30, 1905
The d&ys are Retting shorter:
contrariwise, the nights arc getting
Pay your dop license and be
,happy; also save the sagacious
beast a scasou of uuhappiucss.
The city council fiually decided
that it could uot outlaw the Fourth
of July by preventing fireworks.
'But the police will be instructed to
keep fireworks of all kinds away
from sidewalks and buildings as
much as possible, and wilful viola
tiou of the admonition of the police
will be regarded as a breach of the
It is impossible uot to feel some
compassion for the old man on trial
in Portland for illegal and corrupt
Use of his official position. His
career has been a notable one", if it
has not been commendable. There
is no doubt at ali that he has
feathered his nest by using the
power the people put in his hands
for other purposes. This is no
news, nor, for that matter, is it a
very uncommon practice. The line
between a bribe and a fee is often
rather difficult to distinguish. Sena
tor Mitchell's manner of living has
been such that he has amassed no
great private fortune, though his
income has been large, and for this
reason many will feci disposed to
excuse his conduct. But if this
were to be the general policy of
government, if vice in high places
were to suffer no penalties, we
.would soon be on a level with the
Spanish people. There must be
exerted from without the repressing
force that will assist in the expres
sion, the it.'tiug, of honest inner
impulses Dishonor and vice mutt
not receive the rewards of honor
and virtue. The great laws of na
ture forbid and the laws of man may
safely follow them. As ye sow, so
must ye reap, even if the harvest
,be late in life.
The idea of development without
incentive is absurd. The producer
must have a market. Otherwise he
will not produce. That Is what
Central Oregon must have n mar
ket. It is quite as much the function
of railroads to carry cople and ma
chinery and groceries into a new
country as it is to carry wheat and
wool and lumber out. The new
railroad gospel for Central Oregon
appears to be that the laud shall be
fully occupied and the people shall
toil to raise crops a few years and
then maybe the railroad will haul
litem to market. This is an in
solent attitude. If there is ever a
time when transportation facilities
are needed in any section it is dur
ing the development period. The
railroad that isn't willing to assist
in development ought uot to be per-'
mittcd to share in the profits of
The railroads expect to reap in
Central Oregon without sowing
anything themselves. And they're!
uot satisfied even with a sure thing.
It is lucky for the country and for
the great railroads that this novel i
idea is so modern. It would have'
made impossible three quarters of!
all the railroad mileage of the coun
try. Have we fallen in a time
when railroads have ceased to be
developing agencies and have be
come merely agencies for relieving
ripened communities of wealth that
Bend will celebrate the 4th.
Fireworks of all kiuds for sale at
the postofficc building.
LUMBER SENT TO SHANIKO.
Shipment from Bend Went
Freighter William T. Pitts went
out Wednesday with two wagon
loaded with lumber for Shaniko
3,500 itet front the Pilot Butte mill.
This included all grades from com
mon rough to clear flooring and
was sumctent to build a small
Shaniko has experienced consid
erable difficulty in getting lumber
this spring. The railroad has been
pretty inttsy witu better paying
traffic. So this order for lumber
came to Bend, to be hauled 100
milts by team. And it is said
other orders are coming. The
freighters, by having a load both
ways can carry it at a materially
The railroad men have come and
gone and have left no definite an
nouncement of plaus. And yet it
is not difficult to read that present
.plans contemplate immediate exten
sion of the Columbia Southern rail
road to some point on the wheat
producing Agenc) Plain?, probably
Madras, with the next step to Bend,
probably next season.
We say such are the plans now
evidently iu contemplation. At the
.same time these iirip'resslve ekcuf
sions to the iuterior have come to
be the means frequently employed
to hush the clantor for Irausporta
tiou facilities and we must not be
fooled by them. These neighbourly
, visits are all right, we'ni glad to
have them. But they wont quite
take the place of real railroads.
j Commerce ts an effect, not a
cause. There must be industrial
and social development, population,
community life, befpre the effect fs
produced which we call modern
commerce. People will '.not labor
to raise crops or saw lumber Which
they know Jtt advance, Jhcy catmo't
get to marked .Tljeraffic man
who expects a iieWteQ$rrtryuy be
jccme f till blown, and f rujftjl through
'pure love ofgriuding toll is foolish.
Over. 200 samples of wall paper
including all the latest designs in
figures, ingrains, Moire silks and
tile papers, from 5c per roll up.
N. P. WXIDNK.
BEND'S BIQ CELEBRATION.
Following Is the Programme of
Day for Tuesday.
Faratle will form at 9:30 at Pilot Butte
111:1 ami marcli to speakers stand.
sieun win be marshal ot tlic day. A
2.5o priie will lc given let Kafjiiiufflu"
boy under 15 years of age. In parade.
Marshal Steidl Hill I.- judge.
10:00 a. m. Prayer.
Reading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence. Song Trio.
Smjj America Clwnw.
Mis Iva West was cIiomii by lot to
act as Goddess of I.ilerty.
ao p. m, Baseball fjamc between mar
ried men ami single men at tall
(rounds, f 25 prize. Charles Itrock,
captain married man; Nick Weidcr,
captain single men.
3:00 p. m. Pony race, f 10 prite offered.
fj.50 added to the prize for every
entry more than three and let that)
eight; number of entries. lioneier,
not limited. Prize divided 3-5 to
the first, 2-5 to the second.
3:15 P. at. Horse raoc, f 15 prize offered,
with money added under conditions
3:30 p. u. I'ree-for-ull race, f to prize
offered, with money added tinder
conditions as uhovei
3:45 ' Iirdnclvo busting; three to en.
ter. $20 offered.
4:00 p, m. field Uents. 1st
100-yard dash - 4 $ 2.50
Relay race - - - jo.vo
Threedejjijed iaee 3.00
22o-yard dash - 2.50
Hoys race (under 14) 50 yds. 1.30
Potato race 3,30
Girls race (Under 14) 30 yds. 1.50
8:00 p, m. Dancing nt the HoWery on
Wall street. Plreworks all Vieiiing.
80Q acres of fine pine Ultiber in a
body hear sawmill ajul gboU mar
ket. Two large sph'Ugs on the tract.
Forsale at ldw rjrice. K. O. Smith ,
aiter juty .m lor nc uayjng Reason
at Fajsjey,. Wages $2 ' pet. day.
Men wiftlu'ug ,.to engage passage
lucre can uo so uy camug on, Mr.
Call on the city treasurer nittl pay
your dog license.
Uctuctnber that this office docs
high-grade job printing.
Cooking molnsscs 50 cents a
gallon. Steele's Restaurant, tf
A new cross walk was built this
week on Oregon ami Wall streets.
SOTICK KOK PUBLICATION.
Depaitmrnt of Hie Interior,
l. S. Land II like nt I.tikcelcn , Oregon.
June J, iwi,
Not Ire l lifieliy Rlien tlial Hie fallowing
named Miller lm Mel notice ofliln Intention In
make final ytw( In mtpiHHt nf hl etxlm, ami
that .ild prwof wilt tie made ttelbtcj M. Lau
rence I', s Cimiml.iloncr. at lleud, OiKn. on
the Will day of Align!, ly, t:
tlroTue T Kly,
It It No. t.iNfor Ilic S!. mc.ti.tp 11 a. and
eltnwlj . nev f, tp 1,1 a. t to r. w in
tie name the fnUolnn wltnrw to ptoit
her continuum lenktenct upon ami viiltlvntlon o(
('.enter llnBiie Jamet Y llogtii-, William (I
Ma field ami Wlllald t Hawthorn, all ul Ho
Ijonit J N WATSON KeKlter
The Ladies Aid society have
ready-nmdc kitchen aprons for sale.
Tlmher Land, Act June j.Url
N0T1CK FOR PUBLICATION.
V, H. Land onice. The Untie. Oregon,
Mate It II, IV'.V
Nnllce l herehy given Dial In iiiiilliitf llli
the ti Mint nt the Ail of Conie or June ,
IS?, entltltd, "An act fhr the wile of Hinder land
In the uliitr of California, Oifgnn, Neiada, and
Withliignti Tetllloty," a exltlitlctl In nil In
imtitlc land alalea liy ail of Angiit 4, lv.
William J IMM.
orS.indiilnl.iMttnly or tjtwl. alstr oflilalm.
halhldav tiled In Ihl nlllve III nm Male
nieiil No. Mv. for Ihe imti-lnne oflhenwij, c
J, Ip i.i a. r ioc. w in
And will nllrr vtiMif In lmw that the land
auogltl liiiuieiulitt' for It llmlwt in lunr
IImii for nxitrtillnral imte. ami In eolaWIh
IhtlrcliiltiKtiiMld land Iwrmelhe KejsWer and
Kei-elver of lhl oUtre ill The IMlle. tliegon, on
the I4lhdayul Angtil. lv5,
lie namra a wltnr: II) inn Johinlnn,
Chaitea I' Ual and Altlnir II Allen, alt nf
Hrtiidnoliil, Idaho, and Mlihail OCnniinr, or
The IMtle' Oiegon
Any and alt muhui claiming advetly the
ahove-deerlted land ate r.ineted li file Ihelf
claim In tin odke n ur he flue Mid l(lt
day of Align! '
)lt MICII.Mit, T NDI.Arf. MfsUltl
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
...BUITER AND liGQS...
TEe City Market
UlIND LIVUSTOCK AND PRODUCIiCO.
Fresh and Cured Meats and Fish
Uvcrythlng Pcrtnlnlnc to n rirst'Clas.s Market
WEST UUILDINCl, Wall St., 1H-NI), 0RIK10N
Authorized Capital $25,000
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, Rxucutor or Trustee of folate.
Transfers money by Mail or Telegraph.
Collections. innde promptly and upon favorable terms.
Interest on Deposits
The Central Oregon Il.ttikiug it Trust Co. hns added
several new features to its rapidly growing business. It will now
give Time Certificates of Deposit, jmyiug interest thereon as
For 6 Months, 3 per cent
For 1 Year, 4 per cent
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
at. Reasonable Rtcs
ALL TIIU ADVANTAOUS OK A CITY HANK
15 C T OKS:
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Gt'ItUIN', J.. I'NK. A. I.. (iUUlnVII.I.IK, VrfK I'HM.
j. m. j..viii:Nfi:, sgv
F. (). MINOlt, Cahiiikk
A Complete Stock of
IRoiigli, Surfaced and Moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
RUSTIC , , ..
T. & G. 1'LOORINO
O. O. DAOARD
b. 6. iuATTjNS
MOULDINGS .. . . n ,,, v
P. M. D. PATIJNT ROOPfNG
PUNCH PICKETS .
.Cn . nr
The C. S.'l. to.
CUSTOM FOOD MILL IN CofiNricTlON.
Pilot Butte Development
BEND, - OREGON
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W.M.t, HTKKhT, (ltiillc II M Co
TUB 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 & MILL.
YOU ARIi INVHIil) 10
OUKtiON .V IIONI) STH.
?t. 30. lEotcbcnct, prop.
The Best Liquors md Wines
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
A. II. Uppnmii (loo. At, Alcycr
A. H. Lippman & Co.,
Stoves, Ranges, Healers, Cooking Utensils, Doors
ami Windows, P.tlntt and Oils, Cnrx.-N and Matting.
We enrry n fine line ol Kin kcrs mid Cuiiclim
Wc can furnish your houso complcto
CIVIC US A CALL TI-KMS CASH
Z. F. MOODYi
Coniniissioii and forwarding
Large, Conimodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited
l'romit nttrttlttitt )li to thme wlio
Uuir nt with tltfir MtitHtK
TIIKOUUII PKOM IM-NI) TO S'lANIKO IN (,NI? IMV
Leuw Slwttiko 6 p. m.
Arrive I'ritMtvllk 711. m.
Lcavu lritievill 17:3011. m.
Arrive lkiul 7:00 p. tit
IMV Iknd 6:uc .
Arrlvti 1'riitovilk i.w
Imvi rriiMrvill 1 p
Arrive .Slmiilko j a.
!IPIR5TOrASS KQUIPMIINT". FOR TKAVULLINC IHTIII.IC J
I PASSKNGHK AND I'KIW.HT KATliS KKASONALK J
jpg ' i'1 ' " 1 1 t'EssiBcasEmmmKmmmammmmaauK
Both I SUHSCUIHK IfOK T1IK I I ..
Papers yVggljy Z I'"!'"
25 Oregonian nn
OncYeur- BullStlll "0nYcnr
k ' " " ii" mm 1 hi iiiiHniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBMiiiiMiiBi in 1 ml , n iiibi r '
! Mill ,. , I
Wc carry only the
finc.it linan of
TO I)KOI INTO T1IK
SMITH & CMtKK, Props
ifiWXpn tpipi ptt
'pLdkWltHINQ AND HORSESHOEING
All kind., of wagoiiwork done ii tim-clato shape. Short
nonce joos n specialty,
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