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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1905)
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tHE BEND BULLETIN
"For every jtmn n ttqunra tlcnl) no
less nnd ho more."
Oite year.,......,,,...,.... .................
Six tnontua),..., ........ .,..,.,.,.....
Thtee month,.. , i.... .
(Inrnrlably In advance.)
llOV T9 RKMIT.
r Remit by bank .drtift, postal money
enter on llend,. eicptM money cmler, or
hlstcred letter. Mnke nil remittances
payable to The Hciid llullctin.
Stage nnd .mall Schedule.
AKRIVF. AT P.BXD.
1 torn &4ttttea via I'rlaeWuV 7 p. m. dally
lrora l.akevlew and Silver Lake
...,. 1 a. m. dally except Tu.
1 rom THBMite Ttte.. Tlmra. ami Nil . ..:IJ p. i.
1 rom UMUir dally except Sunday 1 p. m.
1 or Shanlko via rrioeviin..;-. 6 a. m. dally
lor Unkevtew and HhxMjlk....
. ........... ...ft p. dalty except Sun.
1 or raauilo Tu., Thun. and Stt . . a. m.
1 or Latdlaw tUlly except Sunday -...J p. m.
PoT Office Hoc Jul Week dy;8.m.loStK
undy, from 11 . m. to ti
nr arm! of all Hmil 1
1 aching Head watere p. at.
TBLiirltoii OrriCB Han Week dy. from
- ,i. m. to obm p. m. SBdy ntl hwltday,
from S . 111. te ll noon, ami from 5 p. hi. In
V oj p. m. ..
FRIDAY- NOVKMUER 16, 1905M
When Bend neonlc stand to
ccther for Ueud nil the rest of thejbc,5eve in dishonorable pence
world is not to be feared.
The clectiou to bond the Bend
school district for $6,500 for a new
schoolhouse will be lieu m the B.
M. ball Tuesday, Nov. 28.
we suppose. But the Dc'schutek
country will continue to develop
and It will be the scat of one of the
richest ami most prosperous com
munities In the west.
One incident of the Central Ore
gon railroad situation appears to
have escaped attention. The Ore
gon, Eastern engineers, now work
ing between Madras and Bend) did
uohui"g north of Madras, though
the line the is no more settled
than the rotitc south of Madras,
and that is where the really expen
sive part of an extension from
Shanlko occurs. The Oregon
Eastern is incorporated to build
from Natron to Ontario, with
branches. Isn't it probable that
these surveyor; are making n line
that will extend, northward from u
junction somewhere iu the vicinity
of Betid with the main enst-niid-west
road betwectt Natron ju.nl Ontario?
We do not suppose the inside facts
of the matter arc really knpwli out
side of New York, but tbjs theory
removes,. a good deal of the mystery
that attends present operations.
The Bulletin is a journal of petice
but, like our president, does not
it lias raised vs voice at various
times against the flaunting of
oiTenscs against law and deceucv
as if they were regular, proper and
lcoumicii(hibIc, so it is likely to do
again if occasion shall call for it.
rersons-lcgally charged with crim
inal conduct have no moral right to
thrust . themselves upon decent
people before they have established
their innocence. Brazen effrontery
The government now requires
that timber laud proof show the
condition of the land near the time
when proof is made. Until the
past few weeks recent examination is not au attribute of innocence but
of guilt, and those who .persist in
offending iu this regard invite re
btikc; for the decent moral sense of
of the land has not been required of
the witnesses, but now proofs are
rejected when based . on examina
tions made several mouths pre-
iously. Just how near the proof!
date the examination must be made
does not yet appear.
The settlers, the state land board
and the irrigation company seem to
have gotten together on , the rules
to regulate the use of water for ir
rigation in this region, which is
cause for congratulation all around.
Now mutual good faith-in the ap
plication of these rules will make
smooth sailing. These rules in
full and the, list of lauds for which
patent is now asked appear
elsewhere in this paper. .
the community will not long toler
ate the.parade of slmiiieles vice in
the garb of viitue. . The Bulletin
invades 110 neison's privacy to find
fault, but as a public ' journal it
must in the interest of decent citi
zenship take notice of scandalous
conditions when the persons moist
interested arc to callous and cureless
that they make this course neces
What Women llnvo Dono,
In Seattle, week before lnt, on the ciuch
tlun of tatting $1,00,000 worth of acliool
ootitla, only 5U men voted, There nre
some people who would ty that t wni
plain that the vtut majority of the men
of Seattle "didn't want to vote." anil
that, therefore, all the men of Seattle
should lie denied the rlitlit to vote that
is, they would wy so If they were con
sultant, for they deny the liallot to
women on the grtnltl that "women do
not want It," and they lc their asser
tion that women do not want it on the
fact that In thon states where women
hac merely sehool MilTrite, only a min
ority of women vote in the election of
school trustee. Let them look to the
states where women have eiinal rights
with men and tliey will find that women
vole as generally as do men. The Wyo
ming Secretary of State, reports that' 90
per cent of the women of Wyoming vote,
l'ormer Governor Steimenlicrx, of Idaho,
and Senators l'atterwn and Teller, of
Colorado, are, authorities for tint state
incut tlwtt women ote as generally at do
men in Idaho mid Colorado, and univer
sal testimony from I'tnli is that similar
condition ulitaiu iu that state. That
women vote where they have full pollti
cal rights, is the Iwat c'vitleuce that they
want to vote.
The P. Jl. I). Co. has filed suit
against the J). I. & V. Qo. for
$1,000 damages for timber cut on
the lauds of the plaintiff and to re
strain thci ditch company from
Miss Julia Hatch, returned mis
sionary from northern Simn arrived
last Eaiday and under the auspices
of the Presbyterian society, gave a
talk to the ladies of Bend Saturday
afternoon. She also conducted
Nothing adds so much, to the
appearance of business correspon
dence as neatly printed stationery.
It is iudispcusiblc iu the estimation
of up-to-date business men. The
Bulletin Job Office can supply your
needs in this line.
NOTION FOK .HJUIjIGATION.
Viillrd Mntrn t.nml (Mice, Tlie lnltf, Dr.,
Nov. (I, lvV
TO WHOM IT M.V CONCHUNt
Muiic nmiiy until tnnl tlic none nroirsmi
niru 111 iMKKincr apputiiiiiMi ior pnuiil in
follmtlliK Ht if tniitlH. tihwlt-
t.lHT 01' I.ANIM I'OR I'ATHNT, NO, j.
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NOTfCK FOIl lUHHilCATION.
V. S. UnA OWkr. The IUr.. Oregon,
May fj, icag.
No)c U lwrby ( that In compllane wllk
HfovMatt oftlic Act of CauatM nf Ihih i.
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WAI.I. HTRItltT, (IpiNMlle 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. WM ITE & H I LL.
YOU Alii! INVITIil) TO
C(IK. OKKIiON Hi IIOND.STH.
n. 33. jfiotcDcnct. lProp.
The Best, Liquors and Wines
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
nw of aw
ia taMatMurCaliaM-nl, iHtgim. NmI. aa4
WaahlnglonTrmtor)." ralctulctl to all la
pobltc toNd rtataa t Act of Aw 4, in,
of PorHanH, roanlr of Mullnomaa.'aUltof Or
Km. havtht nay tlnl Id Ih4 Mm hdi awora
utHMl No. M.H. fur tlw purcha uf the tvK
of ace . tp i , 1 ia r. w m
And will oftVr proof lo ahow that lb land
woht it nMarv raloatl Itar IU llntbcr or ton
than fol acHrnttutal rurpuca, and to otaMlaa
Bi cimoi in nn una nrmrr J M ' iiwrctM,
i' CTwnwaaiuiH r. at ait oner in n
URtw, om Unt jialdayof Uaccmber. mm.
IU aaawa-w wHnnan John Moo, ol Malm. I MKI( of NW
UrrgoM, im ;Mph ! Iloatrr. tf rod. Orvun. NW f A WK
Amu lbl H -- - rfalMlMa --- - IL. I MWlf
aaoc iluacitocd Uada arc ri-oaaJtwl to W lUrtr
h', ufKW i
itwtl at W
SETS FIRE TO JAIL.
Tie Columbia Southern Irrigat
ing Company capitalized at $300,
00, was incorporated this week by
men allied with the Harriman in
terests. It is understood that the
real purpose of the new corporation
is to take over the holdings
of the Columbia Southern Ir
rigation Company, on the west
side of the Deschutes. This will
doubtless mean important additions
to the plant of the concern, includ
ing the construction of a large res
ervoir above the present headworks
mid enlarging tlic present capacity
of the canals, which have been con
templated for some time.
That Central Oregon is coming
to be generally recognized as a good
field for investment is indicated by
the readiness of capital to come in
on all sorts of rational development
enterprises. These concerns will
succeed. They will make money
for their promoters and owners, as
they ought. .And they will open
the country and'provide opportuni
ties for all the people to make
money. 1'tie "Deschutes valley is
coming right up to the front. Now
let us be careful and organize
everything d a safe and enduring
basis. Wildcat and "fly-by-night
schemes will doubtless seek a foot
ing. As lo such, let us be wise in
advance rather than afterwards.
We -of Western Crook county
know how busy the knocker has
always been agaiust us. Whether
in boom or depression it has been
the same. "The country is worth
less," "the corporations are graft
ing the people," ."the companies
are fighting eqch other to retard
development," ...etc., etc., one or
another of-- 'these or a similar
"reason, " -fros 'Deenv alleged io keep
people out-'.antt.'quqer" tlic. Des
chutes yallpjf.jJ.Tiie small flatter
. of tbelctrutUpf alsity, has cut no
figure with those who chose to re-
Demented Man Hullds Hrief Record
of TroubleAdjudged Insane.
Shortly before noon last Satur
day, John Grant, a demented ihan,
set fire to the Bend jail iu an effoit
to burn his way out, but the smoke
at traded .attention and the man'fe
life was probably saved by prompt
action. Children first saw the'
smoke and called the attention of I
their elders to it. Marshal Wey
mouth with the keys and A. C.
Lucas with a chemical extinguisher
arrived at the same time. Lucas
attended to the fire and Weymouth
took out the crazed man, who was
choking with smoke and calling
loudly for some beans. "I'm gq
iug to have some beans,". he said.
A hosecart was soon on the scene
and the fire put out.
Grant had been jailed on a five
dollar penalty imposed on him by
Recorder Lawrence for causing dis
turbances the day before at Arnt
Au lie's boarding house where
among other things it is said, he
threatened to "smoke" Mr. Aune's
face with a gun he had there. Lat
er he went into the diningroom at
Hotel Bend and insisted on having
something to eat at 4:30 o'olock in
the afternoon. A fracas ensued
here and he was locked up that
night and had a hearing Saturday
morning, resulting in the penalty
After he set fire to the jail it
was concluded to take him to the
county authorities at Priueville and
C. S. Benson and O. B. Johnson
drove over with him that afternoon.
He was examined by county Judge
Bell and Drs. Kdwards and Bel
knap Sunday morning. There was
some question as to his real condi
tion and it was decided to hold htm
a few days to make sure.
It was decided to turn Grant
loose and this was done. lie went
to a residence iu Priueville, walked
in, and started upstairs. The man
of the house threw him out when
he insisted on remaining and Grant
was afterwards taken into ctistody
and will be taken to the asylum at
Salem as soon as au attendant from
that institution comes after him
Grant is a middle-aged man. He
owns a ranch near Forked Horn
butte, 12 miles north of Bend,
where he has lived alone since last
spring. All last winte lie woricea
at one of the ditch construction
camps. He has a brother, James
Grant, living at Spokane-, Wash.,
who has been informed of his rel-
daiHM in Ihla oaaat on r before Ike M tint
day of THttmittr, iwj.
oio-dis MICIIAXL T. MOJ.A.V. Kvafettr,
NOTICK POIl I'miilCATlGN.
Ttw Mallrf , OmpMi October J if,
NoUrr U b.et td 'that Arthar I. Oood
wIIm. Mayor of lb CHv ' Bwd, Or , Ihm led
notice of hat tt.tr ution to make proof, Nader art
of Sept ju, 190 (aft Hut . yi) for pari and arm
rlerr purpnM. lor the nv and braeSt of the In
habitant of id city of Mend. Urea), on lha
folloMrtue; described land, to-wit.
Hejf of the )(, t x, tp 17 . r lr. w m.
And that Mid proof will be made before!. M.
Lawrence, f. . Comailaeioarf. at bkaelerln
Mead, Orcgoa.'on iMceiaber , toa.
lie Mam the lotiowlnf; wlinaxei to testify la
Mippurt of aaid proof to-all
John II. Orertarf, Lt II. Wlaat. Item
Hedge and Jfxeph N. Hunter, all of m.
ndt MICIIAKI. T. NUI.AX, Katftataf.
Timber lad. Act Jane J, 17.
NOTICB FOR P.yWilCATION.
U. S. Jjitwl OOc. Tbc lMc. Oregvti,
HoUrt U herenV tteen that In compliance with
the provMona f (Be Act of Conarew of Jnne i.
iaj. eHlltled, "An act ior the aaleof timber wb
'a the Matea of California, frtegtw, Nevada, and
iVaahliiatoti Territory," a eatended lo all the
public land Mate by act of Aufwt 4, liar,
of Madra. county of Crook, ttale of Oregon , baa
thU day ftlnl in W oMre tier awor 11 atalcMCHl
No Jioj, for the purchase of the acJlnwK, ne;
l , IAAt 1 ad j ol arc . tp , r 10 c, w w.
Ami will ofiaf'proof lothow that the la ml
ouitht l mdfr vhlitable for It llmbar or atone,
than fur acrtautiiral imrpooea, and ts aUbllh
Her claim 10 wibl land hrfotr iKm r Hea
XWK of KK "
4 Of fTflli
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SWU af NKW m
TIIKOUCHI I'UOM UliNI) TO l-tlANIKO IN ONIi DAY
SHANIKO-PBINEVILLE QTAfiP I IMP
FRINIiVIIJJi-BIiNI) 3 ! Uk UHL
S C 1 1 l ) U L li
JiOlTIt MOUND I WflKTHIKHJXn
Leave Shaniko 0 p, in. j Leave Iltuil 6:00 a. in,
Arrive Priueville 7 a. in. j Arrivu Piiuuvilla 12:00 in.
Leave Piiueville 12:30 p. in. j Leav PrtiwvilW 1 p. m.
Arrive Iknd 7:00 p.m. Arrive Shanlko 1 a. 111.
.MUST-CLASS KQUll'MKN'TS FOR TUAVKI.I.IXtt I'Uni.K
I'ASSKNOKK AND PKHKJIIT RATKS KKASONAUK
W of I
S i-f sitK
k oVitV " " "
Htr. at lu oince Hi
Oregon, en Ihcjthdayaf January, lowi
hhcitaniM a witncMaa Mlcharl J. MorrUoii,
ofOilHI Otton. John A. I'alwehn, Jului A
Itliam ami Jiura Jham, all of Mwlrea, ()rRH
Any and alt wriu oUIhiIiik advcraely Ihr
alvc deacribeil Jawiaarc rueli to file Iheir
rlalmn In lhl omc on or Ixforc the Mid ji'i
dayof January 'l' i . ,
nj-di-. MICJIA1IL T. KOI.AK, HrEii4cr.
SH A 1)
WH of HKI( "
h ot KWK "
NW'K ofhRK "
47K to acre
toil, (J Mat , 7l 4i),
ut. ami Marrb 1. iohi.
1) relaling U Ihe MfaHllH.f not
amlhhVapiilled 'or a-i-alnt for mU landa unuV
lhe Act Of Aavua IB. il
Muneii, iaj, faaMftt., 4M
(Jl mat.. MAl-iiaai reiaune U me ai
10 aceen a minion acre ol ana lann to eacn ol
M IM, with It
for IhPcHoh f atl
certain Male, and that the
accompanyincpruoai, lopH forlHpvcilOH a
persona inicreatru, ana in wi.ic generally.
n ine next Maly nay tolluwiHg lh
Tlwilxr t.an),'Act lune j. if -8
I'. K. f.aiul Oirno, I.akcvlew, Oicgou,
, ' i S"p!tinlr j, 105.
Kollcc l lircliy idvcuhat.ln rompllaitrc with
the provlltypof the art tl Cougrr of June,
1K7S. ctitlllrd 'Mn act lor I lie sale ol tlmlier tauiU
lulliealc of Cfttilonila. (irrjdi, Nevada and
Waililngtoii Teirllory," a exteiilril to all Ihe
public laixla itale l,y act ol AuKUtt 4, !;.
Millou A. Vouuil,
ofMoUiiil,couiily of Crook. Slate of lrreon,
dan Hit day filed In llila olficc liUaworn Ute-
ineiii ,-.0. 74, ior me purcnaac 01 tnciiw aec
jflpjir, f)i e.ww. '
And will fitter proof lo how Dial Hie loud
ouiht la more valuatilc fur It tiiulier oratouc
tliai, for agricultural purponea, and loeatablUli
hi claim to aaid land tielorcj, II. Lawrence, U
A. Commluionei, at hi office, nl lend, Orrgon,
on Katurday, the 9U1 day of December, 190J.
Hciiamea a wltnemet: John Jlloat, John It,
Kynn.J. If Hunter, J. I'. Tag-garl, and Hugh
Juhiikon, all of llend, Oregon,
Any and all peraon claiming adveraely the
abovc-deacrilied laud arc rr'iucted to file their
claim In thli office 011 or before aaid 9th day of
ofrdS J, N. WATRON, Keglitcr.
riHH.uollce. protnf or conleat again
oiinemaie loauyiraci uearrim
law, on ll.e ground of I He noudnert rharartrr of
claim Mine male to any Unci dearfibed I
111, on ll.r around 'of failure Iu mrnMy with Ihr
Bend-Silver lake Stage
G. A. COOK, Proprietor
I.I!AVI;S HHND pvrrv I'Vi-iiitiK hut Sitndav on Tflv
nl of Priueville v, ruu through to Silver Lake ip to
I.I-AVILS SILVMU LAKH every morniitK cxctK
MoiitUy at 6 o'clock, itrriveji at Ikml t :.o next morning.
Dcst of Accommodations on tho Route.
Pure Thiotigh. J7.50: rciitid trip. $!.,. Potty poundt
of baKKUgc free; exptcM ceiitn H xiund.
Bend Livery & Transfer Co.
J. I'UANK SIKOUD, MatmKer
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
lIoKitHS IiOAKllKI) V TICK D.VV, W'KKK OK MtiNTIt
First-class Livery Rigs for Rent. 'I'lione No. 15
Omul rtteet. between Mlnneaol ami Oicgoii.
Deert Ind, I'lual Proof.
NOTICE FOH PUIJLIOATION.
Depar'niciit of the Interior,
The Dalle, Oregon,
Reptemlwr y, lyij.
Notice U hereby given that Ilellc I., Ilarrl, of
Portland, Oregon, Jia filed notice of Intention to
make proof on her dccrt-land claim No. 40a, for
i, nc'f ncV. ec n, anil iiwUiiw, aec 11,
Uatlef, Oregon, on the 8th day p( November,
1"mi t'n.'fcJlt , nM., J4.?4, V f
I11 is a. r u e, w in, before V. ri. Mud Office, at
Bhe name the fullowini' wltneine to nrove
the complete Irrigation and reclamation of aaid
Jamci Tclherow, Jamca Thoinptou, and C W
t.ord.ell of Cllnc 1'ulli. Orefon. and V . T Hull
hurt, of Hljanlko, Oregon.
u8 JliaiAJU. T NOLAN, Rectter
tlte land, ou Ihe around of a iirtor adverte rtaht
or 011 the groniHt lhal the Mine i hhhc valuable
frr iHluerat Ihau agricullural itirMMca,' will la
received and iiorw lor rcKt lo the tieneiifl
IHdOfAfral Uaalnglon, l C, ,
MICIIAIIWT. NOr.AK, KgtUer,
I. Uhaer'r. Nhtaii, l(tlr of the I. H.Mnd
Office at The Oalle,'0iiioii, hereby dealgiiate
The llend lliinetli, iiibf(hnl al llend. Crook
cjHinly, Orrgon.'Vif the V-ilr nl.Hlil nrare.i
Ihe laud. In which Jbrceliig iw.lke apould Iw
iiciMl.he.1 for at leatt flfT rouvcutve weelvt, If
fir.t puhllcalMii (h l made not later thali
Novenilr 17, iv"5, Tft,cl!rch'ile liri'galloii.Hiill
I'awer CoiniMiiy. a ImrtrWir in lulerr! loTlc
I'ihil Unite IXteloiiMieiit Conimny, lo imy ilk
pHbllcatiou fee I
. MIL'llAKI. T NIII.AN o-,rl.l..r ,
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The Italic Oregon, November , 115. ni.y,
Authorized Cnpilal $25,000
The Central Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
of BEND, CROOK COUNTY, OR.
Traurl a general lHUng and tint! hutlne, lne Utter of Credit asnd
Ihiontjhmil Ihe world act aaadmlulrtrator oerulof or lruter of rttale. Iraa
rerainonryliymadiir Iclrgraph, collection made promptly and noun Wvafabto
...irTl,K,i,,T " IK,HMIW The Cenltal llrr.ou Hanktag E TraH Co, ha.
added aevetal new Aralum tu It rapid y growing bitetae Il win meZittimhd
- CcillfUlfl)ti-Mi.iylMgii1.tUfhwfor l'ftlTj wf
ceiilj for one v.oar, 4 ier Am. , ..-.. int., p
Safo Dopoilt Doxtii for Rant nl riaflionnblo Ralas
D I R I? C 0 K S ;
W. K. OUKIIIN, Ji... IW Ai I. .(HKMIWII.I.IK, Virr. Prim,
1. .l. I,. Ith.Nt K, Hka'v
K. 0. .MINOU, fAHiiiKii
BEND - OREGON
Tlnilxr I,iid, A,cMuuc 3, irvf
N0TICK F0U PUBLICATION.
V. H, Land Office, The Dalle. Oregon,
October "6. 190J.
In cininllanee i
theproiinioiiaarihc Act of Cougrrw of June.
Notice It hereby given that In compliance with
ic uroiinioiiaailhc Act of Couirrrw of lune t.
IB7, entitled "An act tor the wile of llinhrr Iambi
Iu theatateaofCaliforiila, Oregon, Nevada, and
Washington Territory," a emended to all Ihe
public laud ttate by act of Augiml 4, iftyi,
Ixla I). Itrlcknon, "
of llend, county of Crook, ulnle of Oregon, ha
till day filed Iu till office her anoru lulcnieiil
No, i;6,for theiiurcliineoflhciiKwrJf, we i,lp
18 a, r 10 e, nejf tvf , IM C, aec6, tpirfa, ru r,
And will offer proof to ahow lhal the land
aought i more valuable for IU timber or alone
than for agricultural nuriioaea, and to ettaMUli
her claim lp aaid laud before J. .11. Lawrence, l,
t), Commlloiier. at hi office In llend. (ri,
on the 33ml day of December, 191)5,
hhe uainr a wlneer f.cterN. Menear.
Ollvrr II, lirlcl.on, Charle lloyi ami Chailc
If. Jjrlcknoii.all of llend, Oregun,
Anv nilil all nernon rlalmlnir rli-rru.iu 11..
above decribed laud are reoueilril to r,i il..!r
claim Iu thi office 011 or befure aaid 23ml day ol
December, l'5, '
owdij JIJCIIAI!!, T N0I.AN, Hegl.ter.
BLACKSMITIIINTq AIID fiORSESHOEINQ
1 mi a, if "WMimi
Allkltidfiof waROifwork ilonc In Unit-class nliapv. Short
iiuhvv. juu.i v njiv-tniliy,
., nitNII, OHKOON
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