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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1910)
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Invarlabtr In attrancc.)
WUDNliSDAY, AUG. 3. 9o.
TUB BULLETIN IN ITS OWN MOMB.
The Bulletin is nRniu in a home
owned by itself having nwde its
fourth move and, it is hocd, its
last move for a lone time. This
hope, of course, applies to the
physical plant; the paper, we trust,
will be found moving forward every
The Bulletin first saw the light
or day in the little old log building
that had been Bend's first school
house. There it spent its Gist
year and a half. Then it went to
the Lawrence building on Wall
street, now owned by Leon Fuicks,
where it remained 4 years, tuov
Sag thence to the O'Kane building
and then to the Sellers building on
Bond street, from which place it
now comes to its ptcsent quarters.
It is now' adding a power plant
and will have one of the aioH com
plete printing outfits in the interior.
A new "dresa" for the paper will
The Bulletin will strive to be in
all respects representative of the
progress of the commuuity and re
gion ki which ir is published. It
its owned, controlled and. managed
entirely by G. P. Putnam and J.
M. Lawrence, who are responsible
to the public, and to none other,
for its course. There is not a dollar
of other money in the concern.
The public is always entitled to a
hearing in the columns of The
Ballet iti. No claim to Infallibility
is put forth The Bulletin is a hu
man institution and not proof
against mistake or imperfection
Bat its heart will always be found
in the right place and it desires to
be regarded as belonging to the
public for all proper expression o(
be any in a dog-day editorial) in
that, according to news reports, the
shock of her loss so upset the mil
lionairess that she was obliged to
abandon the active muuacmcut of
her hundred odd millions, turning
it over to her son. And vet the
dog is regarded lightly ns an econ
District Attorney Wilson's rcc
ommendation that the County
Court hire detectives to get evi
dence of illctral liquor selling I
fine. As if liouorsellers did not
have as free access to the public
records us anybody else. The only
improvement upon his suggestion
that can be thought of is that the
suspected lawbreakers have five
years notice of the intended cpion
age and that each platoon of raid
ing detectives be accompanied by a
brass band led by a hilarious drum
major in full regimentals.
SEATTLE ENTHUSIAST WRIT ES
As farmers get acquainted with
the country they succeed better
with crops. From experience thus
far it is clear that the soil here re
quires treatment somewhat differ
ent from that for alluvial plains
and valleys or where hardwood
abounds. It has a certain kind of
stresgth and water will bring the
rest, bat not in a day. To bring
these semi-arid lands to their best
reqaircs such management as will
add hamos and fix in the soil, in
form that plants can use, phos
phorus and other nitrogenous sub
stances. In other wntds the soil
seds the tamiag influence of act
ual cultivatioa to bring it into con
dition for producing such staple
crops as alfalfa and clover, an
"inoculated" condition. It takes
time to tame most wild things, but
it may be easier and quicker done
when, the peculiarities of the case
are understood. These we are fast
learning and results are correspond
ingly improving. We cannot force
a raw new country into molds
ready prepared; we must learn the
coaatry ana prom irom sucn
Sound City Watches, Central Oregon
Booth RecaHs Winter Trip.
Skattlk, Wash., July aj.
To The iMitor: Kttcltncd you will
find an editorial from the Post-Intell!
cencer, Seattle. I receive The Bulletin
weekly, and congratulate you on it ap
pearance. It la newsy ami readable anil
is keeping well up with the town. We
have faith in Demi as wc always have had
here in Seattle and have no doubt about
its being the best towu catt of the
mountains. I bad hopes of coming in
this month but cannot Kt away. How
erer, I will try for trip before the rail
road comes. No doubt the "going"
should be better now than when Triplet!
took us through the 'mud to Cow Can
von on three springs, and the connec
tions better than those you got!
J. R. Booth.
The trip Dr. Booth refers to 00
curred late last November, when
one of the editors made a break for
the outside world. A few miles
beyond Madras one of the front au
to springs also made a "break."
despite which the car was pushed
slowly through the mud holes to
Shultz's, reaching that hospitable
stopping place about 9 p. tn Not
content witn remaining there com
fortably above mentioned mis
guided editor, desiring above all
things to catch the next morning's
train, boarded the stage as it went
by at 2 p. m. and, after a night of
continual rain, an upset or two and
much knee-deep walking on Cow
Canyon grade, reached Sbaniko
an hour after the train had departed!
.- Says The Post-Iutclligencer, in
Now the Harritnan and the Hill srs-
terns of railroads are both under con
struction throueh the heart of Central Or
egon, thus opening the last of the great
areas of land in the United State which
have remained undeveloped. The next
few years promise to see great changes,
the upbuilding of many important towns
and the reducing to cultivation of a
Now comes District Attorney
Wilson intimating that intoxicating
liquor b dispensed illegally iti
Crook county. Where can be
have gotten such an idea? Not
from the peace officers certainly,
for if they bad any sui'b suspicion
they would surely dig up evidence
to coavict somebody. Near beer
does not intoxicate. As well
might one think pf having a spree
on pepper sauce as upon tbe soft
near beer. At worst it can only
produce near drunk. Somebody
must nave tnougut this near
drunkness produced by near beer
was so near an imitation of the real
thing that they ran to the District
Attorney with the near report'of a
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
U. Si. Land Office st Tbe Dalles, Ore.,
July us, 1910.
Notice is hereby circa that
of Tutnalo, Oregon, who, oo Julr ij, 1903. nJr
Dcaert Land Kntry. (Serial No. ;), No $71, (or
NK NKtf.and SWJf NHJ,'. See. .Tp. lis., X
II K.. W. II., baa filed notice of Intention to
make Final Proof to cttabliiti claim to the land
atwre. described, before II. C IOIU. U. . Com.
tnUsloncr, at his office, at Bend, Oregon, oa lb
61b day of September. 191a.
Claimant names as witncsKS!
Hubert A". Scot-tin. Fred W Lcrereni.Reo-ft
C. FullUm, Cbarfes W. Tbowwiltc. all of Turn-
great amount of ltuul, Central Oregon
promises tn attract within the next tew
w.iH ik Afitkl nnmtitit nf titititlLttnttiiti.
and, with the operation of the roil roads,
lite const! iiction 01 wuicn is proceeding
rapidly, the advantnucs of that part of
the country will soon tic known to the
There has been n great difference In
the uiMtticr hi which Knttcm and Cen
tral Washington have progrcsted and
developed ns compared with the slug
uishueM with which Central ami ltast
eru OrcKon have grown. Kastern and
(.enttai wasuiiigion arc intersected witn
a perfect network of ratlroods.
Dentist Opens New Offices.
Dr. W. W. Knulkticr is now eslob
lishcd in his well-equipped dental
otficcs tou .the second floor of The
Bulletin building and is prepared tn
do nil kinds of tlcutnl work, This
week nil lib permanent equipment
arrives. Dr. Faulkner came to
He ml from Uoseburg some weeks
ago to make this place his home,
presenting to the editors of The
llullctiu the following Introduction
from the mayor of Uoseburg:
Gentlemen: This will Introduce to
Sou Dr. W. W, l'atilkner of Koseburg,
ire,, who Intends to locate In IU-ntl. 1
can recommend Dr. I'aulktier as a com
petent dentist. The doctor comes of a
good family and I n worthy man.
1', W. IlAVNKS.
Bend Hardware Co.
Owing to a decline in wire
products we are making
new prices, on Nails and
Galvanized Barbed Wire
per keg . .
Heavy Galv. Barbed
Wireper 100 lbs. .
Light Galv. Barbed
Wire per 100 lbs. .
FULL LINE OF
Doors, Siushcs, Paints, Class, Muilders
Hardware, Hoofing. Everything you
need for your new House or new Store.
N. P. SMITH
Wnll Street, Wnll Street
WE HAVE THE
Best Wheat Land
' IN CENTRAL OREGON.
PRfiU AUTOMOUU.B TKII
from Bend to the lands and return for all who locate,
LIST YOUR CITY PROPERTY WITH US IF YOU WANT A QUICK SALE.
Write for Particulars, to
Merrill 2 Wilkinson Company
We have in stock a full line
of the famous
Bend Hardware Co.
C. W. JIOOKH
The Great Northern Railroad is
most urgent in its requests that
this section of Oregon, which it is
opeaiag up with its Oregon Trunk'
road, be well represented in its
tnaay exhibits this autumn. To
reduce the matter to its most selfish
equasion, this is a remarkable op
portaaity for the Deschutes Valley
aad Bead to secure valuable pub
licitythe very best kind of -advertising,
aud free advertising at that.
Already a good start has been
aade'in securing agricultural ex
hibits; by all meaus let who have
the best interests of the country at
heart aid in the collection of ex
hibits which will show the best the
had can do.
N'OTICB FOR PUBLICATION
U. 8. Land Office at Tht Dalle. Ore.
Jul 19, ifio.
Notice la hrrtbjr given thai
widow ofGcorsc 11 I'ulllara. of Tumalo Orrron
fhtrUl No OU.il. No. 11616. lit NKV KVM. H'i
NKIi,IM8U,WJ( CC 17. TW(. 168., K I,
1'. , W. M.. Jua filed notice of Intention to make
Float I'lre-icar IToof to eatablUta claim to tbe
land abort described, before It C Win, 0 H
CouiiulMluocr, at bis office, st Vend, Of cgou, on
ine jowi oaj 01 Auguti. 1910,
Claimant oamca as wltneaj
Hubert A. Bcog (in, I'rrd W. Lertrrni, Charlea
W Thorntraite. Nellie Kcofln, CeO's-cO I'ul
lum, au oj 1 urasio, urraoa.
C W. JIOORK.
Leave our subscriptions for
at the Library nnd let that
institution get the benefit.
Weep, ok ye tender plutocrats!
Dewey is bo more. Dewey, tbe
cbrishd pet dog of iletty Green,
rtekmat of weaken, like many a less
be-dcJkuq canine, has shuffled off
his otortal collar and, if the camel
aad. tbe cy of tbe needle test does
..-. M vl 6 4!h nl Y Ad Sanaa mm mIa a m.
IHHtS'7 H - UU9, IIU9 Rune tljl
Heave!. JDut the point (if there I
ments offered for
the location of a
small saw mill
Crater. See J. T.
Robinson Jr., lo
c a 1 representa
tive of Crater
1 "' sJsW"JyaVI''T 1
i a' . aaa . aaav . - .
ruM.-iisiinu tY v
f Commences April First. Wc
carry a full Hue of the very best
Dig new shipment just in. Rods, '
Flies, Leaders, etc.
aTV - . .
kf-5. C. Caldwell
EVE8YTHIN8 fr tk nskrM.
A. A. DICKliY
Lots 50x140 feet, Wide Streets, 20-foot Alleys,
$175.. TO $400. PER LOT.
Terms: Small cash payment Balance
$10 per month.
J. A. EASTES, Agept
Oregon Street, between Wall and Bond
J, W. MCCt,UR
SHER.RITT Sb WOOLLEY
Architects eni BuUders.
We have fnrm lands nnd city property
for sale. If yon wish to purchase, see
us. If you have anything for sale, see
us. We are here for business and will
treat you right. ' "
Corner Oond and Oregon.fiti.
Rates $2 and $2.50 a Day
HUGH O'KANE.lManager '
C.- Qsm R. C30
Hotallng Bulldingv Wall Street, Bend
Pi8,lPtrie ani Cake. :: Meals Srv4 at Regular
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