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THE BEND BULLETIN
runusititi) itvitRY j'riday nv
LUBDDUMANN & LAWRUNCU.
"For every mnn n nquare deal, no
l less and no more."
9 One ytftr. nh . $t5n
Oil IQOt)lUflltlttlllHiMMtllWM(MtIMtlltlMtnM a,PO
Three months ...i. .,. .jo
(Invariably In advance.)
F Remit liy V?tk rfcaft, poslnl money
, prtler on llcfll, cypress money order, or
registered letter. iMakc. all remittances
payable to The He ml Bulletin.
vStage and , Mall Schedule.
Arkivk at Skkd.
-,,. Vrom Rhnlkotl-J1lntrlUf ... ...7 p. m. ilnlly J
. (t'rciti utcilcw inn surer uaae -.
t a. m. dally-eicept Tuet.
, , tfem Tumalo Tuea., Thura. and 51.. ..ij p. 111
.S,wji)tlw dully except Sunday.. .. p. m
S S8';5I!ko frlneville. . . . ,4 a. m. dally
evlew aud Silver I,aJu.
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. vjort. tc , iillr except S
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1 nr'tifr . --..- .-
roaTP? f C llocaa Wefk days; 1a.m. to p.
, m. .ijusj'jrs, from It a. m-to. ); hi., and halt
: h(iurflf,ATlTl of aJltjaaOa (torn railroad
v. f-w pn,
WIKI Oi-JHfir,U.otVVee- dm, from
S,rj Vr-t- toai tHi ai irwu e-W p. tn. to
frPRIAA -.NOVEMBER 17. 1905
riCuqggCiitiottmaaey, is power.
- Silencers ggoldop, ..speech erely
- sjlyefctfit&ttt, and when .without
B I I'1 t., m " '. "S
.. colutnurioJio, r-taadc -its first appear-
,inec lasUvvxek .under the captaincy
.oof Wallace ?,& .cBona&oe, It starts
with n, generous vadvertising patron-
; age and fine prospect for success.
; Hcrcustauothcr.-cvjdencc of prog-
r-ross I in t the DtscUutes country,
vwhrchis growing faster tiuaa any
( othcrprtof the state.
The story published by The
Hullctiu today about the railroad
survey now aiming for Hcnd re
duces the matter to sanity. The
hysteria nud romance arc squeezed
out nud the whole enterprise is
shown to boon a reasonable business
basis. It is a move by Hnrriiiuui to
take possession of the Central Ore
gon field, by lines cast-aud-west and
uorth-aud-south, and it is conducted
as any other serious railroad pro
ject would be conducted. The pre-
imiuary survey is now going for
ward to connect Shauiko with
Klamath Falls by traversing the
Deschutes valley. There is pretty
good evidence that Klamath Falls
will be connected with the main
Southern Pacific line south of the
Siskiyou mountains, which consti
tute very fine scenery butjire profit
killers in railroad operation. There
is also reasonable assurance that an
cast-and-juest line will cross the
stae, Ri,thcr from Detroit or Natron
to Ontario. Ontario is due east of
Natron and a direct line between
these two points would pass a little
o the southward of Dcud. But
the configuration of the country
and the possibilities of traffic will
bead the route from a straight line,
one way or atiotlicr. The central
and concrete fact of the whole
matter is that there will be two
fratlroads built In the Deschutes
valley within 12 months. If Hani
man doesn't do it Hill will invade
the field. With this condition of
affairs there muit be railroad build
ing soon, and a lot of it.
Tor n Grander Oregon.
The Idaho Daily Statesman In an edi
torial comment upon the setting apart
of a day at the I.ewl ami Clark exposi
tion lit honor of Abigail Scott Dtttilwnv,
twlil a warm tribute to tltly noted
pioneer of Oregon, Referring to Mr.
nunlway'a work In behalf of woman
siilTrKc, the editor nald In part: "Who
are ttctlcr entitled to a place at the bal
lot Ik)x than the women who tdiarvd the
hardship and thinner of founding the
slate? Who arc better entitled to have
a voice lit the general government of the
state than the mothers who carried their
children in w-ncom acroit the continent
in Imililliii U the
lit up tite common
Iwiter entitled to the
wealth? Who are
Udlot than the dauuhtcra and urnttil
daiit-litcm of those heroic women?
"With the Utllot, woman will make
conquest that men arc iucatiahlc of
achieving, and ohc will contribute Im
measurably towatd building a greater
Oregon: a grander Oregon; an Oregon
that will ttr greater pride in the breanl
of the coming geucratluua Jhmi I felt
UMie (or the Otcgou we
NOTtCK FOR PUWjIOATION.
t'nlted Plnlea t.niul Oilier, Tilt Dnlltn, Or.,
Nov, n, lv'.V
To WHOM IT MAV CONCKHN
Nnllce l htttliy bIvcm Hint the rtlnlr nf OirRiin
linn flint In till nllice npii'.tmtlmi fur patent to
tlie IlilUmliiK ll't rianl, lu-wlti
LIST til' LANDS I'OK 1'ATUNT, NO. ,1,
l.l No. 6
by thi4c of till
Women have centre!
i96. The editor of
In Idaho since
That lawlessuUIication, Appeal
t to (Un)Reason, thus grieves over
t the plight of Orcgons
Good, old republicas Oregon has two
senators and two congrwnien. Of these,
taraare convktetl tklous and a third is
unJer Itulktment! Aiitl .tlie people of
i Qregoniluve direct Je)(iiktiMd
'Thatis a loose -statement; they
in not convicted ifelons, are not
eTn charged wtUiiftlony. ''Direct
legislation" rhasiBothing to do with
it, of course; but the socialistic
theory of getting tthkgs easy from
the govern meat, er tlrowgh the
government, doac not shine verj"
brightly in this conaection.
Bend has not tfll its eggs in one
basket. It doesrik depend on ir
rigation d&vdojMnent, however
desirable that .may be. Manufact
uring will make Hie chief town on
the Deschutes, as 5t does the chief
towns elsewheie, Agriculture is
all right and js a highly desirable
adjunct and we should do what is
possible 1o promote it, but it
iinot ererjthiag. Bend's en
vironment is more than agricultural
and its industrial support will come
largely from lumbering and general
trade. These things do not come
to any town in a minute. Patience
and perscvereuce is a large element
The Prineville papers have long
been noted for their friendliness for
Bend. If thugs and perjurers and
adulterers obtained footing in this
quarter the Prineville papers were
always quick with their virtuous
reproof. When decent citizens take
steps to protect themselves against
lawlessness, the Prineville papers
buckle on their armor and wade in
blood up to their beardless chins in
defense of law and right and moral
ityin Bend. In fact nothing
gives them so much joy as to see
Bend clean and prosperous. This
is known of all men unless they
reaa tue Prineville papers. Just
now those highly intelligent and
friendly beacons of business saga
city and social purity are troubled
about the disagreement of certain
corporations doing business in this
region. Knowing and caring
nothing about the facts of the case
hey are free to pour out their souls
in lamentation and condemnation.
Of course, Beud people do not know
their own interests. It remains for
Prineville papers to point out their
true duty, to themselves, their fel
lows aud their God; for those sheets
Jove ' Bend oh so dearly! If any.
thiug- ever should happen to Bend
we don't know what the Prineville
papers would do,' Probably fjieir
call would busf.
THE COMPANIES CONTROVERSY.
The Bulletin docs not wish to be
drawn into the controversy between
the P. B. D. Co. nud the D. I. &
P. Co. It cannot, however, see that
the fact that one sues the .: ler for
damages, and gets an injunction
against trespassing, is of any public
significance. Surely the public can
not expect, and docs uot wish, the
development of the country to pro
ceed in violation of private rights.
Aud whether there is such violation
or not is not within the province of
any newspaper or person to say. It
may safely be left to the courts to
The irrigation company is laving
the foundation for an income that
may continue for all time. To as
sume that it must be permitted to
do this by disregarding private
property and rights is clearly un
sound. It should do just what any
other party would be required to
do secure its rights before going
ahead. For it is not wise to assume
that this is a charitable institution
operating solely for the public good.
It is iu business for profit. Like
any other business institution, in
cluding the Pilot Butte company,
it is not likely to prosper unless the
people of the region are prosperous.
That is a general truth. On the
other hand, if Drake or the Pilot
Butte company are pursuing an
obstructive policy they are them
selves to be, the chief sufferers.
Whether they are or not is a matter
for the courts to determine, and
they are entirely competent to do so.
The thing for the public to
keep in mind is that neither party
to this controversy Is in business
purely and solely for the dear
people. It is a matter of business.
To make a claim for damages or
enjoiu the commission of any of
fense under the law doesn't "tie
up" anything, doesn't prevent any
service that is now or has been
rendered. It'a let the courts do
the work for which they are con
stituted and not conjure up so
many ghosts and hobgoblins and
witches. Everything will come
out right; and soon if we do not
work ourselves into fever over evils
that never occurred.
therefore. In advocatiuir woman iu(Trnii.
Is giving voice to conclusions which are
iMsctl on experience. An ounce of ex.
pcrleuce la worth a ton of prejudice.
Ladles Aid Society.
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid
Society met at the home of Mrs. J.
M. Lawrence last Thursday ufter
noon and decided to ngniu hold
regular meetings and continue the
work commenced last spring, which
was discontinued for n while in the
summer on account ol so many of
the members being away attending
the Portland exposition. The
society met this week at the home
of Mrs. C. M. Weymouth and next
week will meet with Mrs. C. A.
Jones, at 2 o'clock Thursday nftcr
noon, when officers for the ensuing
year will be chosen.
Since the removal of the D. 1. &
P. Co. which had charge of the
weather record Tor Bend, there has
been no record kept. When M-.
Deals was in town last Sunday he
arranged with Postmaster Grant to
keep the record and the apparatus
has been installed at Mr. Grant's
residence for that purpose. The
box is locked, however, and a key
must arrive from Portland for it, so
the regular readings will be re
sumed about December I . Weather
records become valuable when
there is a series of years to judge
from, therefore it is greatly desired
that the Bend record, which is nl-
ready five years old, should be
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Timber Land, Act June l. it;S.
NOTICE POlt PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Office, The IMttn, Orriou,
Notice U hereby glren that In compliance wlih
tneprorUlonioflhe Act of Coiifreu of June J,
io;. eniiuro, -nn an lur ine aaieoi iimier lamia
n ine aiaiea 01 camurnl
pumic iiau maira
Annie A Malloy,
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ifornla, Orcjon, Neraila. and I ijfj,,,
lory. ' a eitrndrd to all the i,7,r
by act of Augutt 4, 10,1. jjj'f
of W!rl, county of Crook, atate of Oregon, h
thliday filut In thla office her aworn aiatenie
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.-o. ij9,, ior ine purehaae or the )iiiK, nc((
Vi Lotaiand jofKC,v, Ipvta.r le, w m.
And will offer proof tnihow that the land
ought la more raluible for Its timber or alone
than for agricultural purpnwa, aud to eatahliih
her ctalui to said land before lion r Kra,
J. M CoramUiioner, at his office In Madrat,
Oregon, ou the jtn day of January, lr.
She namca at wltaeawa Xlchacl J MorrWon,
of OJf II. Oregon; John A falmchn, John A.
imam ana uura lanam, all of Maclrat. Oregon.
Any and all persona claiming adveraely the
above described lands arc requested to Me their
claims iu this office on or before the aald Mb
day of January 190.
nj-tl9 MICIIAKL T. NOLAN. Register.
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and has applleit for a patent fur said lands under
, ine acis 01 August in, 1S94, ( Mat
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antl March t. luui.
Mat . lljl-nM) relating to the granting of 110I
Thomas J. Tweet and Henry
Tweet this week have fenced the
homestead of the latter ou the
west side of Awbrey butte and
will run their horses and cattle
R. B. Mutzig and bride arrived
in Bend this week aud took posses
sion of their new 'home ou Eleventh
street and Ironwood avenue, which
was built by J. H. Oneill during
Mr. Mutzig's absence. The house
was fiuely decorated and furnished
in readiness for the couole. It was
four months ago that Mr. Mutzig
left Bend to go east for his sister,
as he $aid,
' June 11, iM, (V Mat., 414),
111 Mat . I lAi-i imj relating 10 the tl
to aceeil a inltliun acres of arid laud to each of
certain stairs, and that the said list, wilh lis
accompanying proofs, laopcii for Inspection of all
, persons luirrealeil, aud the public generally.
U'llhln the nest slitvilavafullowluv Iht ilalr
of this notice, protests or contest against the
claim of the State to any trad described In the
list, oil the ground of failure In comply with the
law, 011 the ground of the iiondtscrl character of
the laud, oil the icruuud of a urior adverse rivht.
orou the ground that the same la more valuable
HT mineral man agricultural purposes, will be
received and noted for report to the Central
L,Bim uiuccai wasmugioii, ii, i.,
MICIIAIIL T, NOLAN, Register,
ANNK M. LANQ, Keccivcr.
I. Michael T. Nolan, itcgUtcr of the V. S. Land
Office at The Dalles, Oregon, hereby designate
The Itend Bulletin published at liend, Crook
county, Oregeu, as the paper published nearest
the land, lit wliuli foregoing notice should be
publishnlfarat least Arc consecutive weeks, the
flst publication Iu be made not later than
November 17, 1905, The Desch'itea Irrigation and
fower Company, as successors In Interest to The
i'ilot Hutte Dcvrlooiuent Coiimauv. in n.. ft.
MICIIAKL T. NOLAN, Register.
The Dalles, Oregon, November 6, i)j. nis.li
WALL HTKltliT, t)iKllf II M, Co
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 & 11 1 LL.
VOU AMI 1NVITIH) TO
J he hlte JJouse
COR. OUIMJON A ONI T8.
H. B. jeotcbenct, prop.
The Best Liquors and Wines
DOMESTIC an IMPORTED CICARS
THROUGH PROM 11UNI) TO SMANIKO IN Otill DAY
SIIANIKO-PRINEVILLE CTAriP I INP
PR1NEVILLBEND JIAUL lvIHL
Leave Slmu iko 6 p. in. Leave Hcnd 6:00 u. m.
Arrive Prineville 7 a. tn. Arrive l'rii.cvillc won 111.
Leave Prineville ia:.lop. in. ' Uava Prineville p. in.
Arrive Hctitl 7:00 p. 111. Arrive Shuniko a. 111.
PIKST-CLASS HQUIPMKNTS FOK TRAVKI.MNG PUl.IC
I'ASSKNGKK AND FKKICI1T RATK.S RKASONALK
Bend-Silver Lake Stage
G. A. COOK, Proprietor
LtlAVUS BOND every evening hut Similny 011 urriv.
at of Prineville stage, runs through to Silver Lake iu 20
LBAVGS SILVER LAKB every inoruiiiK except
Monday at 6 o'clock, arrives at Ikutl 1:30 next morning.
Best of Accommodations on the Route.
Fare Through. 57.50; round trip, $14. Forty pound
of haggagc free; express 2 exult a jwimd.
Bend Livery & Transfer Co.
J. FRANK STROUD, Atmuxer
LIVERY, and FEED STABLE
Hohsiw Uoauijhi) tiv Tint Dav, Wkkk ok Month
Flrst-Clnss Livery Rigs for Rent. 'Phone No. 15
Doiidstieet, between Minnesota nIOies;in, . .
Authorized Capital $25,000
The Central Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
of BEND, CROOK COUNTY, OR.
Transacts a feiieralrMiikliif and iru.l hu.lneas; Isaues letters of Cirdll a-l
Jlirouihout Ihe worl.l. aits as adinlnl.lralnr eieeutor or trustee or eslsles. tiaiis
ferauioney by mail or telegraph, collertious made ptuuiflly and U.u faVuraMe
INTKHIinTOK IIIIWIHITH-The Ceutral Oreon Hanklnf A Tru- Co. lias
added seei.t new real.ires In It. rapidly gruwlui Iwlueas, will now . lie Time
ce'ilt! "r o" VeaVT; em """M fh"Cn " full0", 'w Wl . J ,5?
Sfo Depoiil Doxei for Rent at RetionibU ntet
W. K. (5UKUI.V, J.. I'm, a. ,.L. UOODWII.LIK, Viw Pma.
J. M. LAWHKNCK, Hrt'v
K. O. MINOlt, Uaniiiih
BEND - OREGON
Timber Mud, Act June J, K;S,
NOTIGK FOR PUDLICATION.
U. H, Land Office, The Dalles, Oregon,
Octolier 1 6, 1905.
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance wild
the provisions rilic Act of Congress of June 1,
187. entitled "An act for the aale oftlmber lauds
Iu the statca of California, Oregon. Ncrada, and
Washington Territory," as extended to all the
public land stales by art of August 4, ifyi,
!,ola I), Krlckaou,
of Fiend, county of Crook, stale of Oregon, has
this day filed iu this office her aworu statement
No. j6;6,for Ihe purchase of the ntfictf. see l,tp
l8a, rioe, netfswjf, IM 6, sec6, Ipnia, ril e,
And will offer proof lo show llisl Ihe laud
aought Is more valuable for Its tliulier or alone
than for agricultural inirposes, aud to establish
her cldlm to aald land before J M. Lawrence, I',
rl. Commissioner, at his office In liend, Oregon,
on the unit day of December, i3.
Khe names a witnesses: Lester N. Mcnear,
Oliver II, ItrlcLaon, Charles lloyd and Chailra
II. lrlckaou,all of Hcnd, Oregon.
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
above-described lands are reiiueslcd to fde their
claims Iu this office ou or before aald nud day ol
ojo dij MICIIAKL T, NOLAN, Keglster,
BLACKSMITHiNa AND HORSESHOEINO
All kinds of wagon work done in finit-class shape. Short
notice jobs a specialty.
On'OnlTUnCIIOOLItOUHK sIKMI,. OHWHW
IIUdM O'KANU, Prop
MOST CNNTKAM.V I.0CAT1U) IIOTJSI. IN IIKNI).
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.