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THE BEND BULLETIN
(lorarUblr In ailvanc.)
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7, 1910
ACCESSIBLE AS PORTLAND.
A significant tleclitrntinu was
made by Theodore B. yicox ut tin
meeting of the Oregon Develop
ment League in Salem Inst week.
Here it is:
Lait June Jamc J Hill, tl'e Hmplrt
liullder of the. NorUiwrent, kvc ihc 111
word that he would not only iuvaili
the territory of tho llarrimnti system,
known as the Slate of Oregon, lull vv
me permission to quote him: The exact
wonts used hy Mr Mill were;
More miles ( railroad will be built
In the Slate of Oregon during the next
five years, than In any state In tht
Unlun except Alontnna. I would have
Hone It before It I could have gotten
the money together.
I'rom my oilier conversation with
Mill, I feel able to ay to this conven
tion that Oregon Is to be opened by rail
road for the development Hire In come,
and that the vatt wiMcrnev known'
Central Oregon will be made as eatil
accessible ai the suburbs of Portland.
Of course, some chunues havt
come into the business world siuct
last June, and some modifications
have been made in the railroad
programme. But the Central Oie
gon Geld still occupies chief atten
tion and the Hill forces arc still
pressing forward here.
Oue of the difficulties encoun
tered is the "knocking" report
sent to railroad headquarters from
the very region being opened up b
these new lines. These emanate
from men interested iu keeping set
tlement and development out of tht
country the stockmen chiefly.
They are men of substance and ex
perience and are in position to
know a great deal about the
country. Therefore, their "knock
ing" hurts. When their motive fc
considered the sting is less, but
there ought to be, and must be,
some effort to present convincing
proof that the country is valuable
for something beside fuzz tails and
mavericks. The people of this re
gion must assist Mr. Hill and Mr
Stevens to "make good" in theit
programme. Titans though they
be, they are subject to human lim
itations and it is very certain that
they are entitled to co operation
and encouragement here.
A FOVV WORDS MORE.
Why does Mr. Davies and his
friends admit they had a scheme
to run a water franchise through
the Council and yet denounce so
fiercely John Sieidl, who reported
what they had told bim about ii?
They say they had in mind tht
highly beneficent purpose of res
cuing the city from the grasp of a
soulless and oppressive corporation.
Very well. Mr. Steidl didn't sa
that was not their motive. True,
tbe circumstances and manner o
proceeding would seem'to cast sus
picion on the movement, but that
is not Mr. Steidl's fault.
Mr. Davies's chief grievance
seems to be that he opened up tbe
wrong subject. He wanted tht
other fellow's franchise game ven
tilated, not his own. He thought
we had reference to the "very raw
railroad franchise" now pending in
the Council, but we didn't. And
when he got the bill of particulars
he asked for it did not please him
Is there a "frrae-up" behind this
railroad franchise, too? If so let's
have the light turned on by any
one who can do it.
If Mr. Davies does not think it
"improper" for Aldermen to grant
themselves valuable public fran
chises bis notion of what is straight
and proper needs revision.
Now, as a last word, why can't
these public questions be discussed
for public information and without
exhibitions of temper aud foolish
invective? Let us have plenty of
light on all transactions involving
public rights. The Bulletin has
absolutely no other interest than
tue public interest In these matters.
John Sisemore was one of those
rugged characters who hew their
own way and make places for them
selves in any community. If be
bad had tbe advantage of an edu
cation bis sphere of influence-
would, in all probability, have been
very wide, for he had native
sagacity and was enterprising nnd
practical in his operations. He
carried his full share of community
responsibilities mid took nn active
interest in niTnirs to the Inst of his
75 yenrs. He belongs to Oregon's
Now that both sides hns won the
city election let's settle down to an
open, businesslike administration
of. the city government. Bend's
origin nnd career nnd ambition are
different from those of the ordinary
remote young town. The coming
vcar will do much to define its
character nnd future progress
K very body should work for it clean,
square government iu which ever
interest slmll have proper consider
ation. With S.m Francisco nnd New
Orleans straining themselves lor
Pnuamn-Cnnul Impositions in 1915
nnd clawing ench other awn from
the nntionul money trough, it 1.
a little disconcerting to learn that
the canul will be finished a year
or two 111 advance of that date.
Then what will these quarrelsome
boomers commemorate graft?
Nearly four and n half inches of
precipitation for the month of No
vember isn't bad nnd for an arid
PROGRESS AT ROLYAT
New Postofflce and School Organized
and Settlers are Numerous.
RotVAT, Or., Dec. I The new pott-
office of Rolyat is iu running order since
the 36th ult. and anybody in Ik ml can
write to tbe settlers in the I lampion
Butte valley through Rolyat postoffice.
Also School District No. 77 is orgau
ized with n. M. Meek as Chairman, V
Schrederand P. C. Steward Directors
and Victoria C. Sell red er Clerk. School
will start on tbe first of January with
nine pupils and Mits Ilrookiugs as teach
er. It snowed very heavy last, Thanksgiv
tag night. The weather is pretty mild
now and the snow is melting away.
Mere are a few names of the settlers in
tbe Rolyat neighborhood, where wr
have 31 inhabitants iu a radius of two
miles: Ilert M. Mecks, James SI.
Orickey, Horace Brookings, Miss Mar
McMullin, W. W. Ireland, W. P. Ire
land, P. L. Steward. T. C Hwing. J. W.
McClure, Mrs. C. I'. Smith and Wm.
For Salk Six ot the finest lots
in Deschutes, level, water by ditch
and with city water. Next to new
residence. Inquire Bulletin office.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
U. b. Hand Office at The Dalle, Or.
Nor. 4, 1910.
Notice It hereby given that
Chatlta W. Klrkbtlde,
of Bend. Orcgta, who, on March 4, 1410, made
bomexcad entry. No otouH, lor ne new acc. it
and acK actf See 7. T S.. R. 11 8.. W. M , hat
Died notice vl Intention to make final commuta
Ilea proof, to etUMUh eUlm to the laud abort
deacrlbed. betore II. C. Wile, V. n. Commit,
aloner, at bit atfice at Bend Uregoo, on the llh
day 01 Jan., tail.
Claimant atmea at wlltnraara. John D. Hey
burn, lamet K bawhill, Fred !. Shunqurtt aud
Luther K. Mttke, all of Bend. Or.
J9-4S C W. MOOKK, Kef liter.
THE TOWN THAT
IV. The Shrewd Dry Goods
HERE Is tha dry gosda man who
Tha furnltura dtalar'a ator and
8om chairs and things h had wantsd!
Since a catchy ad. had capture hla
And ha paid for thsm with tha vary
bill V ' 1
That had coma to him from tha butch
After the grocer had his settlement
With the money tha honest' workman
Pld , ; .."
Will always advirtht hit stuff. ' J
ft II A lAwf
01' MR. DAVI1.S
Reasons (?) for Charging The
Bulletin With Bad I'nltit
In n letter printed Inst week II, It.
Ditvica went out of his way tat cxiitcm
the opinion thnt The lUillcllii hud n
scheme to cittt odium 011 the out-going
Comicilmcu In order thnt vhIimuIc prop
erly might escape tntnlioti unit (run
chines be grnuted only to "ccrtniil par
lies." The iiuiictiu itskeil mm to in
form the public w hut Inula he had for
this opinion and the following stid exhibit
is the result!
Until). Dr.. Drc 1 -(To IhelMllorut Thr tlul-
tctliil In acvutitaiictr with )uiirutrrl ntllliy
lilLtlyluitalr mjr irawiut lor IIiIiiMiik. ami nil
thcr iiumiii for tlll tliltiWInii thai )our tttcral
ameira were nrmcii itieiny lor oiiiiimukii mini
Oct. Thrir wa, ami IIU K an 'iHralln txiuft
the Council f.ir tty ' laWrallttMil nanchlae
mid, Iioiii onr tiiaiutiatioiia, one miisht have
ItioimM thai )imi inntiil (ImI, lull yon have now
twM u that it w tht lulmiiuita lhuuUIuii tu
fn, ul.lt llpit.l titl, tt.ll. w.1,1 lli.l tlll .u
licllinliiaiy ttrvi hail lrn laWtn to loim a
,,,, u,,v 111 m. 1 nulv Ctttti.li lilrr w.t.r txil
r . .'... . . ... ,. .. .
Ult to Ita owu method to avhuve the end."
wnuli Itjutt what we have done, lo, theac luauy
Iu my former communication yon made me
aay lyooo. whcicaa 1 uul oue fouitn ol ij,
ouu." and vet vuu wy. ".Nun. mtu and brclhtcu.
let ut look at tnl uately." ami thcu ptiHTrO
In the irnxl uuU4ie way to inittud Inatyou
thought that thtaliltlc "cThjuc uy ome, 'dark"
method Intended to take Iroui the city muii
lio.owor iooo, a auiu that would build city
uall or buy the preeut water vlant.
home thought that the protect would co.
about that amount bull do not think that we In-
tended to make the city a ptreiit of the money.
if lhy okI not itranl the fianchlw. Hut If your
alutlv buuch umu, yoo may take thu luyth
10.I too.uuauJ build a jail auu lovk ua bovdleia
Tu tt, lial tif .iiv fctulMta .! l,llf lltr
move to enlarge the city lluilla aud the water
prutHaaiihHi nau noining louu wun eacn omer
aud alartevl at ittrfctcut aawrcri and your cunten-
.loti that one waa a "fraiue-uii" to lurther the
other la not well taken and, although you aay
ihat your iHfofmatnHi comea trow attvaaaL
lepulablr citlieua, you chuae to aUn a alalemeul
pic pal td Hir him, oue alum you mual have
auowu, t aay the leaat. hat a preiKiially lo
'.hade Ihelacta.one who mim to U wilflug
tabecallevl aeveral klnua ol a liar by out ul
what you ale pleaae.1 k rail 'a Utile rlkiuc '
aiivw.rr lid t
lnat iioea the HHtgolug Jvaraglapu mean
Vuu intluuate. but do not aaaert, that cren the
apijointmcul of a putkeman had eouitthlug to
do with that diabolical tchrme lo bring com pal -atlrrly
whoteaowe water to Ihlt town matead ol
the aluah uf Ibc city waahrd lulo Ibe Intake now
1 think It It generally known that Meant
Onell and Kelley tubuotted Mr Caldwell far
Mayor when he received only oue le vote thm
Mr. Merrill and luo not te why they ahould
have changed their mindt or why Ihey ahouM
be allgtnatiied more Iban the other council nun
who hclpcU to'unanlmoualy" elect him.
You may call the foregoing, "rcporti," " ru
mor,' "Inalnuatiout, ' "luinretaloue," "gueta
et" or "Imaglnlugt, ' If you chooae, but Ihoiie
that you will not think that I have approach,!
the tubject In a "aarcattlc," "fllpint" or
"tmtrt" manner. II. II. Uavim,
No, Mr. Uaviet, we shall not call your
letter tliotc varluut thlUK, nur tlo we
think you have approached the tuliject
in the manner you name; we grieve to
4-f you nave not reaclietl even that
i'tic bulletin iloca not care eipccially
to iIucum a letter o jxrcviah unit point
lct. Where tloea it thow any b-iti-a (or
belief that The Uullcliii'a purpose wm to
cast odium oil the out-oiui; Couiicilineii
in order to tluclil taxdcxliiert or (ran-'
cliUe grabber? That wai Sir. Davica' .
aascrtioii. The Ilulletiu would like to
know- the reaton tor it, If there be any;
the public would alto like to know, j
Hvliicnlly be haa none anil ii limply the I
vitiiiu ui m auinii hiiu tpueiui prcjuiiice.
Or it he like the little irl in the story,
who could eatily believe three impo
tlble thiiiK before breakfatt?
If Mr. Davica hot been feeding upon
tewajje ami tluth of the city anil like It
to well that be hat taken no atep to
nritiK the fact to public notice ami
Have the evil corrected, is it probable
that he would purify nutters much un
der a franchise framed up in the dark by
a Council clique fur private profit at
licntl Weather for November.
10 intuitu it 10 people muincr mcy wuc in ttic rnnij wi uiniiimv .nn mwi .mw,,. ,.h
uool KiiTuriui Imuchor not l"lnUr lental 1'iaiik II llllchunk
1)1 cvmiim It wuul.1 evtnlually Ix necraey lo Attorney tlencial lleoigeW WlcWriilum
a.W (or a Irauclilx Ian my ln.aglnluK." ilul not Sev'tttaiy ul Aiintultuit Jamra W1I..111
leu.liucto ,ue that Iheie to tie any . H .. ,. I Cha It WoUeilun
gratt in It, Ht en after )vur "lualnuailuna '" u- "" J" I Kolwil rt litan
Although I naato have a mall Inlctol In the j j, s. Attorney John Milouil
ruiuian,l had nut heard word ofmliin any ij, b. Mai.haf U II LuImhI
liiHMoinr mraia I Ktltinn the ftanlue ve (u.iin..lef l ILlnl I' t Mlnot
hail enlrl lo fmio.li the city with water lor u. h. CommU.luiur at llend . . II C Mil,
me iir(uii withwit nt to the city, nine htatii
iuwii iiooklliewiue orany cixiililfraltlr pile. this m.-w n
would be iultc an advantage to the city over Hie Oovetlior - I' W lleiihin
tieeiit aiiaiiciiielil. rnvtelary ul Mate I' XV ll.-u.ii
Now, Mr Kdilof, If yon Ihlnk that a new Treanuier 11 A Mtu
iMiiiauy ought to pay 9o,ou lor the nv Attorney tleueral A M Ctuwloio
ilriieol Uriusiui: tiiig naltr lor inllra, how ' biipt. I'uMk lliliullou .. J II Aikctman
much do you think the iceiil couiauy ounlit Mate I'llulei W n. Iiunlw.i)
to pay lor UvUiuk uiKn(t' Hairy and ruwt Cutiniiluiiinir . J W lUllt)
Iu The liulituu uI'.Sot. jjtd yju tlvc 11 Iu mi-' Cuiiiinl.itoiirr ot Labor MalUllo II I' Hull
drtataiid that arrauxeiuenta ruuld eaady audi iTtioa K CaniiUi
u,utckly I made to have the waur lkeii front 1 Kalttoad Couiiulioucr (Chdrll. Aluhlaou
atorr the town luttead orirvm below aud. when IMwaUl tct
t k yvutu tell how. )uu take octptkm lo my j Oaine and l'orelry Waitltn. K. O. Mevemon
qaetlloii and My that ' the Couhmiiv ahould tx Male lliiklueer John II l,ewt
Followint; is the temperature rec
ord for Bend for the month of No
vember, a j recorded by Ii. L. Kirk,
Date Mas Mln Dale Max Mln
1. ...... 6 j9 ld..., 4i j
J... J W IV . 41 i
4.. . M 16 !.... 4) J
S...... to 19 l... ,. 47 It
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7 - M 4 . 41 J
a f U
9 t H 17
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I - J U 'I -- X '
m ........... 44 n M 41 ji
1 .. 41 l . 4 H
u.... 4 n -. 44 n
Mn 4-7 4J
ii.ii 1. 'a 1 1 t- .i. 1 - 1 a. '
Mean temperature 35 49
Precipitation 4 38 inches.
All kinds of Furniture
and Cabinet Work.
See us before you build
J, A. HA'UKA ART I'ROCTOR,
ii tf ;- ft itrrtt
e Ui m,KJllKJJl.
New Presbyterian Pastor.
C. S. Henson has tecelvcd 11
letter ftom J, M. Carnellsoii, Chair
man of the 1 Ionic Mission Com
tnlttee of the Pendleton Piesbytery,
stating that the Uev. John Camp
hell, formerly of Mumliilcim, New
Mexico, will be iu Honil on J unit
nry 1 to take charge of the Presby
terian Church. Mr. Campbell was
If etlittnt William II Tad
Vlce-I'rrltent JaniiaH tttirtinaii
Sicrelary ul Male. I'lilUmtrr C Kllul
Srerrtaty .1 ViMattty .. . I'raiiallti Mai-Vra.li
SrttrUty uf Inttltot .Klvhatil A. Itatllii.o
pevtetaiy i r..
Ht irtatv til Navv .
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W R. HUH
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Wm K King
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I STAtu Mm 11 luwan (lovrrnor, hecretaiy ul
Male ana Mate 11 tourer.
hrarii UfcakKT Mm 11 IkiARIi-tlavtrnor, Male
Tlcaauter aud Allot ney Ocneial.
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I Jawea MKe
Clacvir Couar I'llat Monday Ih May, thlro
Meoday In ixtotwr.
I'aoaara Couar Fl rat Monday In each month
CoMMiaaionaai' Cuvar I'llat Wrdnta,u
In January, March, May, July, Kctciul.i
Uaniibc'iiooL UitraKT No. u.
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f J.C. I'. Harrington
mim Aline 11 Mallei
Mlta Ada Ivrtrr
Mtaa llalMet IMarn
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Mlta Kalherluc Ilaaklna
Miaa Nona Hlchalilaou
Mia Ulcuu II htack
CITY OH llliNII
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-B. C. Caldwell
I I 11 Ktncy
Some Holiday Happenings
F you happen in here about NOW we can make you
happy with some very unusual values in good clothes.'
And, you will want to prepare for the holidays the
celebration should call for a new outfit.
Jfaiaaa.aja. 1 Ml I I I
R. M. Smith Clothing- Co.
nt MngditltMin four years. His
wife mid young son will come In
Ueiul 11s soon niter the first of the
year us he enn make ntriiiig'Miieiils
for n tin me here.
We have the best line in Bend of
Cook Stoves and Ranges, The
famous Cole's Wood Heaters and
the Barter Oil Heater are abso
lutely without an equal in their
a -.aaaaj aaaim.aa.atPt.atBagarJ-e.ajai ! JU " ?!,Taatgagj 9KttKffBltt9K9fHtlltKlftKKKt
This material we buy in carload
lots from the manufacturer, and
we give you the benefit of what
we save in cost by this method
Nails and Barbed Wire
The old prices are
store as follows:
Llht Oalv. Barbed Wire
Heavy Galv. IJarbed Wire
A Complete Stock of
I Bend Hardware Co.
Offerings in Men's Wear
What shall it be? You can't
Ko wrong in our fine stocks
of Suits, Overcoats aud Fur
nishings. Every item is a
prize at this season.
Here are splendid examples
of MICHAEfcS-STERN gar
ments at comforting prices:
10 to $30
Mew's Sweaters $l.i50 to $5
44 DressShirts $1.25 to $2.50
Suit Cases $2.25 to $12.50
HOW ABOUT A NICE
For Your Wife for n Xmns Present
Wantud- Jul) work of nily
kind, by contract or iIiiv'h labor;
nlso light teniuliig Call on Wal
ter Taylor, MeOlllvrny house,
Lytic Addition .v)tf
still in effect nt our
Sa-r.1; Per Kcjc Un.sc
$.,.80 Per 100 Lbs.
$5..10 Per 100 Lbs.
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