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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1905)
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THE BpND BULLETIN
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'For every man a tquara deal, no leii and
BUnSCRtrTION RATltSl i
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(lumtUMv In ailtance.)
HOW TO UUMIT.
Rcmil hy hnnk draft, postal money
tinier on Hcuil, express money order, or
registered letter. Mnko nil remittances
ln) able to The Demi Ihtllcthi.
Stngo nnd mall Schedule.
Arrivr at Hk.mo.
torn Shanlko la lrlnelu 7 p. m. ttatly
1 rom Laketlen nct hltrtr Lake .
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1 rom Tunmlo Tiirt., Thiira atul Sat .. :i p in
I rom Laldlaw Mon., Wed., Thir. anil Sat. uoon
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1 or takeTlrw ami Silver Lake ..... ..., .....
7 j p. m dally except Sun
1'or rumalo Tue , Thun. and Sat-. .. S a. iti
1 or Laldlavr lon., Wed., Thura, and Sat .J p. til
roar OrrtCR Horaa Week- days; i a. tn. to 8 p
n Sunday, from II a m. to u tn., and hall
hour oner antral of all mailt Irom lallraad
reaching Pend before 8 p. m.
TiitnriiONK Orcicc lloiraa Week data, from
'con. m to 9o p. m. Sundaya and holldaja,
from Jw a. in. to n noon, and from jkm p. m. to
AUGUST 4, 1905
The Willlanison-Gcsncr-B i g g s
case was given to tbc jury Wednes
day afternoon but today noon no
report had come from the jurv room.
The Spokane Spokesman-Review
of August I, has a picture of the
Deschutes desert and a comprehen
sive statement of the reclamation
enterprise under way here, which
will be useful in directing home
"cckcrs this way.
There has been no marked rail
road news in the past two weeks
and The Bulletin is in receipt of
half a dortn letters asking why this
is so. We don't know. The Bul
letin doesn't manufacture news; it
only prints what it can get. How
ever, there is no reason to fret over
the railroad situation just now
This is the season when most peo
ple, including railroad men, aban
don business, except that of the
most imperative character. People
hie themselves to the beaches or to
the mountains or go fishing or, if
they can do none of these, sit
around and sweat and swear. When
dog days are over we shall probably
have something more definite about
We have received a marked copy
of the Lo Angeles Times with an
account of a big project to get a
water supply to tbc San Fernando
valley, chiefly to the city of Los
Angeles. By an. investment of
about $1,000,000 the private lands
along the Owens river in Invo
cmnty have been bought, and the
government rights along the stream
have also been secured. Now it
will be diverted from emptying into
an obscure salt lake and made to
Sow through 30 miles of tunnels to
reach the San Fernando valley. A
stream about one quarter the size of
the Deschutes will thus be carried
240 miles to re lieve the thirst of the
desert cities of Los Angeles and its
neighbors. They expect to have
much of the water for farm irriga
tion also, but will probably be dis
appointed in that. The estimated
total cost of the enterprise is $23,.
000,000 ana it win lane tour years
to do the work. Our desert is not
so arid as that of the San Fernando
and we have vastly more water to
apply and at less cost. Some day
these aav&utages wiu oe uuiy ap
DISPOSAL OF SCHOOL BONDS.
Formerly it was required only
that the voters should authorize u
bond issue before school districts
could isMie bonds. Lately the
state board of education added
the requirement that the voters
should say under what provision
cf law the bonds should be disposed
of subdivision 0 or sutkiiviston 31
cf section 3389 ot the Oregon
statutes. Subdivison 6 reads as
When authorized by a majorit) ote
1 f the legal otcr present at any legally
. lied school meeting, they may, in the
.me and on behalf of their district,
t cntract a debt by borrowing tnom-j, or
1 therwiic. not to cxcecdfttve.pcr centum
f the taxable 'property of Ihe. district,
t r the purpose hool ulldhigs or
repair of school buildings, 6V for the
turchaeof loud for school purposes,
ad lue negotiable interest-bearing
warrant (nd fix tin time of pn incut of
J.lic Mine) of their dUtrlct, cllciiclng
ouch debt, and they may from to time to
time, not oftcner than once a car, levy
a tn on the taxable property of the
district to pay the luterct thereon, or
principal when tine, which taxe shall Iks
collected lit the nunc manner as other
school laxei. nrc or may xi collected by
law: provided, that whenever a school
district in thia state shall make n loan,
borrow money, or refund any cxMing
debt created by a vote of the electors or
by the directors in pursuance of itny
statute, the bona llde resident citUcus of
such district shall have the right to sul
scribc for such Kmii, mid it shall !- the
duty of the hoard of director to onlcr
an advertisement to lc published, setting
forth the amount of such loan, the mini
lcr of years the snme shall run, and the
rate of interct, In a newspaper published
hi the district, or by posting notices in
three public places, aiuj each ttotia lute
resident of such district shall have the
right to subscribe once for said loan for
the entire amount or any portion of the
sunt not less than fitly dollars at par
value, and in placing the loan the di
lectors shall Issue the same, whether it
Ins notes warrants or bonds of the dis
trict, to the smallest sulwcrlbcr or sub
crilcrs first, one note, warrant, or Iwnd
to each such subscriber, upon iwymcnt
of the amount subscribed hi lawful
money of the United States until the
entire loan has !ceu placed. And it is
further provided, that in case ench bona
fide resident of the district has hail op
portunity to sutscril)c for such loan and
the same has not all been taken and
issued to such suWrilwrs r hi cac the
suscribers do not call for the wine with
in three days after the time fixed for
delivery of the said notes, warrants or
bonds of the district, the directors may
pcrmit such subscribers to mate further
subscriptions iu the same manner ns
heretofore provided iu this section, until
all the loan has been taken;
That part of subdivision 31 per
taining to the disposal of school
district bonds is ns follows, the
whole sectiou being too long to re
If a majority of the votes cast read
"bonds yes" the board of directors, as
soon as practicable, shall issue coupon
bonds of the district, not exceeding in
par value the amount stated iu the no
tice of election, bearing interest not to
exceed legal interest per annum, payable
semiannually, redeemable at the pleas
ure of said district (after ten years), lmt
due and payable absolutely twenty years
front date; but in no case shall the ag
gregate of tainted debt iu any school
district exceed five per centum of the
value of the taxable proiwrty of any such
district. The principal and interest of
such bonds shall le payable at the office
of the county treasurer in which the dis
trict may be situated, or at such place
as may lie designated iu the city ami
state of New York, at the option of the
purchaser thereof. All such bonds so
issued shall be signed by the chairman
of the board of directors and attested by
the district clerk, and countersigned by
the county treasurer; and ten coupons
attached to slid bonds shall be signed by
the chairman of the said I want of di
rectors and countersigned by the district
by original or facsimile signatures.
Whenever any school district shall issue
bonds under the provisions of this sec
tion, all such lionds shall lx.- issued to
the county treurer of the count) and
be registered by him in a book kept for
that purpose iu his ofllce, noting the
school district, amount, date, time, and
place of payment, rate of interest, and
such other facts as may be deemed
proper, and all such IkjiuIs shall state 011
the.r face that they were issued under
the provisions of this section.
The gist of the first p-ovision is
that the bonds (or negotiable inter
est-bearing warrants) shall be sold
in the district, or at least offered in
the district. The second provision
is for marketing the bonds outside
the district. Of course, iu the con
ditions prevailing here, where
money earns 10 per cent, people
would not be willing to take 6 per
cent bonds, so it will hardly be
practicable to dispose of the dis
trict's obligations uuder subdivision
6. This leaves subdivision 31 as
the only alternative. But the
meeting which authorizes the bond
issue must say which subdivision
quoted above shall govern the dis
posal of them.
It may be observed, iu passing,
that the quotation from subdivision
31, for an educational statute, is a
dandy. It might be a little difficult
to tell, for example, in just what
part of the county treasurer the
Bend school district is situated, or
even in what part of his office.
Then, too, the bond coupons are
required to be signed by the chair
man of the board of directors and
"countersigned by the district,"
whatever that may mean. The
bondbuyers do not kick, however.
and we sha'n't. But we should1
like to have Dr. Kuykendall, the '
scholarly senator from F.tigene who !
devised this school code, explain
what is meant by this interesting
exhibit of the Arkansavv language. 1
Hend Weather for July.
Following is the temperature rec
ord for Bend for the month of
July, as recorded by Hnrl K.
Knight, voluntary olxservcr:
U. . A
Maximum 103 degtecs.
Minimum 36 degrees.
Prccipation.31' iitchof .
No obseryatjon on tlfc ?L
Rente tuber that jhis(qflicj tjqes
high-grade job printing.
Raspberries, strawberries hh) nil
small nursery stock' for stile Ijy W.
J. Buckley, Bend, Ore'gqn'.
Office rooms for rent in the Pilot
Uutte Development Co.'s office
building. Apply at the company'
office. l ' tf
Soo acres of fine pine timber iu a
body near sawmill and good mar
ket. Two large springs on the tract.
Forsale at low price. R. G. Smith
Dissolution ot Co-partnership.
Notice Is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore exslstliig ttmtcr
the firm iiiime mill stvlc of MuUig &
lleckerls this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All moneys due Mulrlg &
Pecker will be received by, mid nil
claims against that firm will be settled
by, U. II, MuUig. J. M. Lawrence Is
agent to leceive any money due the
llend, Oregon, July 35, tons,
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Mr tismM 'the IMtowltns wllnrwra to prmt
hercoiilliiiiuiistttMcnrr iiism and rxiltlvtillon bf
ald land, vl ' ..
tlrutKr lloiiiir, Jhiiim V )lnni WIIILlin (1
MaifirM and MilMrd I' llatlrtni all ol Mix
land, Otrn-dH.' ,r " ' '
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NOTICK 1011 PliniilCATlON.
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July f. lyS
Nnlkrls liutliy Klvn that Jiitla It MiCal
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iHlrnllon ti niak priwf on litr tltsril laud
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la) uf hrilriHlr. 195
Slir namrs tlir follow In wltiifsar lo ptavr
hrc.mipltlivlKill and intaiuatloii ulald
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,4M MICIIAHI.T NtltAN. Krsl.ttr
Authorized Capital $25,000
The Central Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
pf BEND, CROOK COUNTY, OR.
Transacts a general banking nnd trust business.
Issues Letters of Credit good throughout the vvoild.
Acts as Administrator. Kxeculor or Trustee of Ivstntes.
Transfers money by Mail or Telegraph.
Collections made promptly nnd ujo!i favorable terms.
Interest on Deposits
The Central Oregon Banking & Trust Co
several new features to its rapidly growing business
It will now
i;tvc lime icruncaies 01 ueposu. jHijuig iuujium iuwicuu
l For 6 Months, 3 per cent
M For 1 Year, 4 per cent
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
at Reasonable Rates
AM. TUP. ADVAXTAGKS OF A CITY BANK
V.. OUKKIN, Jk.. Tn. A. I.. liOUlMVii.i.u:, vki: I'him.
WAJ.I, HTKICIIT Opimalle II M Cu
HE finest ptock 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 hU
YOU AMU INVIII-I) 10
Jte Wjjite House
f.OH OKKf.ON ft 1IONI) HT8.
, 3S, JliOtCbCUCt, UM'Op,
The Best Ljquors and Wines
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
A. II. I.ppmnii !?. AJ. Meyer
A. H, Lippman fy. Co.,
Stoves, Ranges, Healers, Cooking Uiensils, Doors
and Windows, Faints and Oilg, Cnriiets and Matting.
We carry a fine line of Knckertl and Couches.
y carj furbish yqir house complete
GIN'H ITS .V CAM. TI5HMS CASH
J. M. UWVItKNCi:, Sk'v
F. O. MINOK, CAI.HIKK
Z, F, MOQDY
Connnissioii nnd forwarding
SMAMKO, T OMIHIOV
Large, Commodious Warchnuc. ConslKomcuts Solicitci
rnunjil mtciitinn iMld to llntH who
for me nlth 1 1 1 c I r 4ttunuKr
A Complete Stock of
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
SHI VLA I
T. &C. FLOORING :
Reasonable BKADHD ClilUNG Lumber
WINDOW JAMBS Delivered at
Prices WINDOW CASING '1 ff
Good HKAD BLOCKS An vh here on
O. G. BASKBOARD , V r
Grades STAIR TRKADS J?e, , 1 ,
)rv WATUU TABU- he J ' & '
3 O. G. BATTINS C0'i,r
Stock MOULDINGS rbe C S- ' Co'
P. B. t). I'ATF.NT ROOFING
CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION,
Pilot Butte Development
TtlKOUdll FROM IIHND TO S!IANIKO IN ONE DAY
SIIANIKO-PRINEVILLE QTAfiR I IMP
PRINEVILLE-BEND 3AUE U1XC
Leave Shaniko dp. in.
Arrive I'rineville 7 b. in.
Leave I'rinwille 13:0 p. in.
Arrive Bend 7:00 p. ii.
: Lodve Bond 6:00 a. tn.
. Arrive I'riwvilU ia:oo in.
! I,unvu l'rinuvilW t p. 111.
Arrive Slmuiko 1 a. in.
PIRSr-CLVSS EQUIPMENTS FOR THAVELLING PUBLIC
PASSIvNGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONALE
SUBSCRIBE FOU THE,
O.rh.rSl.op -. 13 OorntrUqnJ
X:r riOTEL DEND, -nJ8;r;:r;
llUnil O'KANU, Prop
MOfcT CHNTHAI.I.Y I.OCATKI) MOTKI, IN IIHNH.
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
Best Imported ami Domestic
Excellciit Bar Service.
High Class Gentleman's Re
sort. Oiily first class godds
kept In stock, Call on us.