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THE BEND BULLETIN
runuBiuti) itvimv Friday nv
LUEDDHMANN ft LAWRIINCC
"For iry man M aquaro dal, no ) and
(Invariably tn advance.)
HOW TO HUM IT.
Uctiiit by ImiiiU drnft, postal money
jink-run ifcud, cxprcsa money onlcr, or
rcKtutcrcil letter. Make nil remittance
twyalilc to The Bend ltulletln.
Stage and mail Schedule.
AKniVK AT Rrxd.
1 rem ShanlUo via 1-rintrlllt..... 7 t. tn. dally
1 rom Lalcvicwr amt Mirer Lair ........ -
.......i a. m. dally txwpt Tut
t Tom Tnrnalo Tut., Thnrn. and (Ut ... 1:1 p. m
1 ront I.aldlair Mon., Wtd., Tlinn. and Kal noon
t of ShintWo via rrinerltle 6 am. dally
1 or LaVrview and Silver LaVe
-T'J'P. t dallyexeept Sun.
1 or rmualo Tuea., Thiira. and Sat.......S a. m.
1 or Laldlaw Mont, Wed.. Thurs. and Sat .1p.m.
Vvit Omen Hovaa Week dy:Sa.m. toSn.
m Pnnday. front it a. n. to 11 n., amt hall
. our after arrival of all maiU lrum railroad
rrachlng Head before S p. m.
Tntnrno!n.OrriCK Hocaa Week dy, from
-wa. m to one p. m. Sunday and holiday,
t-om )nii. m. to it noon, and from j-oo p. m. to
to p. m.
JULY 7, 1905
llcnd is assured a premium on
her school bond, which shows there
is plenty of faith in her credit.
If Portland would cut out the
land fraud trials until after the fair
it would cive the fair a better
chance. The trials are a big counter
The recent work at Odessa shows
why the Russian Blaclc sea squad
ron did not attempt to force the
Dardcncllcs. A large part of the
Japanese confidence probably came
from a knowledge of the true con
dition of the Russian navy.
The Lewis and Clark exposition
is a thoroughly creditable affair.
It is by long odds better than any
similar thing that has been offered
outside of Philadelphia, Chicago
and St. Louis, which were not only
large cities themselves but centers
of extensive and thickly populat
ed states. Comparatively the
Lewis and Clark exposition is away
ahead of those. It should be a
matter of pride for the whole Pacific
slope to support it.
Tax On Migratory Livestock,
I'rom Wednwday'a Oregonian.
A suit is pending in the supreme
court of Oregon to test the validity
of the net of the last legislature
which provided for the taxation of
migratory livestock. The act pro
vided that the owner of livestock
Khali pay the taxes thereon, at the
time of assessment at the rate of
the last levy. If the stock should
be taken into another county, he
must pay a tax on them in propor !
tion to the time they arc pastured j
in that county, and will be entitled i
to collect from the first county the
amount of money he has paid to
the second. . I
The puriiosc of the law was to
enable each county to collect n tax ;
on livestock for the time the stock ;
may be ranged within its borders. ,
The principal objection to the law '
is that it provides nn unequal rate
of taxation, for the owner of mi
gratory livestock must pay nt the
rate levied for the previous year,
while all other property is taxed ac
cording to a rate levied after the
assessment. The new law was ex
pected .to discourage the driving of
stock from one county to another,
to make a fair division of the tax
upon migratory livestock, and, in
cidentally, to lessen the range
Like many laws that have been
enacted in Oregon, the first thing
to do is to submit it to the supreme
court. Luke county brought the
first suit under the law, and has
carried the case to the suprsme '
court, Judge Benson having sus
tained a demurrer pro forma.
llcnd Weather for Juno.
Following is the temperature rec
ord for Bend for the month of
June, as recorded by Hurl K,
Knight, voluntary observer:
Mln V IMte Max
6J 41 117 mm... Jl J
m 45 Hi .. xr .
W 40 fr fi.l J
JW 4 PI Rl 41
N U S V J
fy 41 IUj... ....... M it
: is wi i $
M 4 b M 41
U 4 ,. & if
I M M l 4J
ti I jS vl JH 4
fi g J' I ..'
The following Is n list of letters
remaining uncalled-for in the llcnd
Clark, Uiim I., -J
llcnd, A I tlm r
JohiiHon, C. It.
I.nriiiKi CI1111. N.
t it r .
Stooke. H, 0.
Touj-li, I). II.
Porsons calling fur these letters
will please say they are itdveitised.
A. II. Gkant. Postmaster.
800 ncresof fine pine timber lit n
IkhIv near sawmill and cowl mar
ket. Two large springs on the tract.
I'orsnlo nt low nriec. R. (1. Smith.
JL--J -:'. J Uc,l, Oregon.
Maximum 84 degrees.
Miuimuui 29 degrees.
Precipatiou 1 29 inches.
Hotel llcnd opened for public
service Monday, July 10. Hugh
O Kane, Proprietor.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
...BUTTER AND EGU5...
TEe City Market
UliNI) UVnSTOCK AND PRODUCIl CO.
Fresh and Cured Meats and Fish
Hvcrytlilnit Pertaining to a I lrt-Cln.-v Market
WEST BUILDINO, Wnll St., UUND, OREC10N
' BEND'S NEW
WAI.I, HTRIIItr, ()l.M..lle II, M. Oo,
HE 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 & H I LL.
YOU AUII INVIIUI) TO
T W ff0Hse
COK, OKISOON ft IIONI) fiTS.
H, B. jCotcUcnct. prop.
The Best Liquors and Wines
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
Let us take note that it is pro
ductive effort that counts. We
may swap jacknives or town lots or
timber land with each other until
.doomsday without creating any
new wealth. Iu getting new things
from the soil or in putting crude
products into desirable form we
do produce wealth. He who makes
two blades grow where one or none
yrevv before is a benefactor we
should encourage in every possible
way. He will make the Deschutes
country strong in all the elements
The quality of the Deschutes
water is one of the attractions of
this locality that cannot be measured
iu money. Strait from the perpet
ual glaciers of the Cascades, with
out admixture of alkali or pollution
of cities or a numerous population
in the upper valley the Deschutes
river is vastly more than horse
power or moisture for plant life. It
makes all the difference between a
barren desert and delightful homes.
Let us not fail to appreciate this.
Every citizen should be a water
warden aud see that our priceless
river remains always a source of
health and wealth aud of unble m
ished beauty, "'n x
Distrjct Attorney Heney is a
strategist as 'well as a man who
knows the (aw. The jurors not on
the Mitchell panel were left free
to be brought under the influence
of those to be tried later, but it is
noted that Mr. Heney now asks
that a nery jury list be summoned.
He does not, of course, declare that
this is to destroy the effect' of any
"approaches" that may have been
made to jurors in the interest of.
other defendants, or this defendant
but it seems pretty clear thai his
object is to get a brand new deal in
a jury no member of which can
possibly be subjected lo improper
influence. Heney may be trusted
to handle his case. He vr$ ftee to l
that no undue advantage is taken
of him, uo matter Vhat tjiJ)t$pny?s
'to oppose him, or what rick way
e resorted to.
Once an arid waiter, now
Two crop l wwed
Van cun'l tell the Jampln' capacities
By tookin' at a tuad.
We hare rqI an auto
But we ontht to hare a road
For the train to cvme a wliUllln1
Well hare a Pally Bulletin
To ilnt Uic new- we mutt.
The freight wajrapj and the auto
Wilt lie around and mtt.
Well pare the utreets with Lewi tirtek.
O! won't ecoop the dual
When the train they come a whUtllu'
We will hire a court houe
And rua a county lair,
We are coin' to hare a hl(h Khool
That'a no "cartle In the air."
We wilt hate a harbeOK
Aad all expenw bear
When the train they come a whiillin'
Keep the crowd hack from the fraad-atrnd
Mr. nurahal. with your billy:
We want to hear the dedication .perch
By our mayor. A. !. flood wflllc.
Won't it be urpritin'. though,
It will knock the croaker illy
When the train they come a whUllin'
The girl will gather at the depot
On the platform atlrala time
To ee the crowd thi emigrate
To our delightful Hiflje.
The band will be there alio, and
They will play "Hot Tfcae"
When the train they come a wfiLtlln'
Lam :: be worth a hundred
All along the dilch;
Train-load of Haifa
A wHiu' on the witch.
Butlne will be baoraln'
Our folk will alt get rich
When the tiain they come a whlittin'
M ater power. treet car.
IHectric light galore;
Hear the bum o' faclorir
Along the rlrer hure,
Fertile toil, climate, timber,
We need nothing more
To induce the train to coue a whitlln'
The Bulletin' built a railroad"
Will quoth the rirat Review.
I'rc told you how it happened
And I gue.4 that t m thru,
If you doubt that what I aay i true
Jutt meet me at the barbecue
When the train they come a whlttlln'
V. !, LoM'IU-
Authorized Capital $25,000
The Central Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
of BEND, CROOK COUNTY, OR.
Transacts a general banking nnd trust business.
Issues Letters of Credit good throughout the world.
Acts as Administrator, Kxccutor or Trustee of Instates.
Transfers money by Mail or Telegraph.
Collections made promptly and upon favorable terms.
Interest. oi Deposits
The Central Oregon Hanking & Trust Co. has added
several new features to its rapidly growing business. It will now
give Time Certificates of Deposit, paying interest thereon as
Fop 6 Months, 3 per cent
For 1 Year, 4 per cent
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
at Reasonable Rates
ALL TIIK ADVANTACKS OF A CITY HANK
D I R K C T OKS:
A. II. I.lppman leo. At. Meyer
A. H. Lippman & Co.,
Stoves, Ranges, Healers, Cooking Utensils, Doors
nnd Windows, Paints and OiK Carpets and Matting.
We entry n fine line of Kockvrt nnd Couches
We can furnish your house complete
OIVK US A CALL
TKII MS CASH
Ol'KUI.V. J11., I'kk. A. I.. (iOODWII.I.lK, Vick Pint.
J. M. I.AW1CKNCK, .Sa'v
F. O. MIXOIl, Caihiihii
N'OTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Laud Office, The Dalle, Oregon.
Acrll it. loo.
To Whom It Mar Copchn'
o(lce I hereby siren that the Slate ofOrrron
.is filed in thi uincc the folUwlnr litt of land.
LIST OV USI VOK I-ATI5NT.
nptled for a patent for ald land under
ineacioi AUfui io, lem, (isbiai. J7i-4,l June
II, l&A (9 Stat. 414.) and March , iy)i, (31 Mat,
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tain ktate; aud. that the aaid list, with it
arcompaiiylue prooui, I ojien for the luapectloii
of all pcron iuteroted, aud the puhllc
W'ltliln Hie nei.tlxtyda) following the date
of thi notice. proteU or contett calutt the
claim uftlie Mate to any tract dccrllcd I the
litt, on IhcfUHiud of failure to comply with the
law. ou the rround of the nondeert character nf
the lauu. on the around (if a nrlor advere rivht
or on llij ground that the aaine U more valualde
for mlilral limn avrlnillurol tiufnncri. will 1
recCikelTaiM uoted for report to the Ocncral
Land Office at Wadiluetou, I). C.
ijiy MICIIAKI. T. NOLAN, KrgUter,
ANN1J N LANO, Receiver.
A Complete Stock of
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded I
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
Tk Lands of
trie h 1. 1 r,
tk C. S. I. Co.
T. & O. ILOOUlS'O
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O. G. BATTiNS
P. B. D. PATK'NT ROOFING
CUSTOM FEOD MILL IN CONNECTION.
Pilot Butte Development
BEND, - OREGON
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Arrive Bend ..,. 7:00 p. 111.
J Leave Bend 6:00 n.
I Arrive Prinwvllle 12:00
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