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THE BEND BULLETIN.
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BUND, OKHGON, WlfDNKSDAY, SUPT. s3, 1910.
AFTER THE CASH
SHORT LINU WANTS MONUY
TO BUILD IN OREQON
Road from Ontario la Crescent June
tlon Said to be (he CliUf One
to be Provided Por by
Ckkschnt, Oregon, Sept. 27.
The announcement from New York
that the Oregon Short Line is
about to Increase its capital Mock
from $36,000,000 to f 100,000,000
and that part of the additional
money would be devoted to build
lug a railroad across Oregon from
Ontario to Crescent gives renewed
buoyancy in these porta. Judge
Lavett, the head of the Harrimnii
system, was recently through this
section and this announcement fol
lows his return to New York. Ac
tivity of surveyors in adjusting
lines in this vicinity so as to give
more direct connection between the
Natron cut-off and the Ontario
road is taken as another indication
that construction work will soon be
under way here.
Sheriff Richardson of Harney county
and William Isaac of Malheur county,
passed through hen on their return
from Ooilien, where they captured Ivan
Ware ami II. Hamilton, two men who
are charged with having atolrn slaty
head ot horaet from Isaacs, The men
under arrest patted throuKh Cretceut
with the hortcs about four weeks ago.
The sherlfl and the owner of the ilock
traced them to this point, where they
learned the band had been driven over
the mountains toward Kugruc, Roth
Ware and Hamilton, who assert that
they bought the horses of strangers, had
dpoted of about Jo head wncn cap
'tuied. Of this number 18 were recov
ered. G, I Parley of San I'rsncltco, a well
known real iitale man, was here last
week, on a tour of the Deschutes Valley.
Mr. Dst Icy saya that large numbers of
Callforulsut are planning to come to
Kattern Oregon neat spring. Numbers
of them have already made Investments
In the Walker basin.
Special Agent Merrill or the Pacific
States Telephone & Telegraph company,
who has made a lour of the Deschutes
Valley looking over the telephone Geld
toj Ills company with a view to extend
Ing the line from Rotland to Klamath
Falls, returned litre latt week. He a.
sured the cltlrens that his recommenda
tions will be lit fjvor ot having the line
It. C. Rourk, proprietor of a general
Your Bank and
ARE ALIKE IN THIS ONE RESPECT:
Success Depends upon .
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company trusts for its popularity to
giving its customers kindly and in
telligent service. And expects to
advance its own interests by being
of service to the public. ' "
We invite correspondence and
welcome all who may desire our . '
services in u business capacity.
Banking & Trust Company
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
I,, It. HA1RD, Pres. J, W. MASTBRS, Vice Tres,
M. O. COIt, Cashier.
store here, has completed moving his
buildings from their former location to
the corner of Main ami Jones streets.
Mr. Rourk recently returned from a
builnets trip to Klamath Polls.
The hotel tprocrty and camping
groifnd privilege, heretofore held by
George Royce, at Lake 01 ell, has leeu
told to Al Aldrlcli of Html, who will
mske substantial Improvements for next
season at this iopulur retort. Mr.
Royce will leave shortly for the western
coast of Mexico where he will nd the
WATER IN DESCHUTES
City Mains Intended for Service In
Hunter & Stoats have purchased
680 feet of 6-inch stave pipe for
water main in Deschutes, Oljvcr
Tliorbjormoii has the contract for
laying It and linn been at work on
It since last Thursday. Consider
able rock is encountered and it
will tnkc about two weeks to com
plete the job.
This maiu will pass along Bond
street to the comer of I'iue. I'rom
that point 4-inch niolns will be laid
cast, south and west to the limits
of the Deschutes plat, thus bring
Ing city water within two blocks at
furthest of any part of that addi-
tion. All this work is expected to
be done before the end of the year.
The ladich' Library Club of
Dcnd will hold a reception at
the reading room in the John
son building next Friday af
ternoon, September 30, from
3 to 5:30 o'clock. This will
be an informal social affair,
chiefly for the purpose of get
ting the acquaintance of those
who have recently arrived in
Ilcnd. Refreshments will be
served! All are iuvlicd.
A Promising White Clay.
C. M. Wimcr was in from Turn
alo yesterday, bringing a brick
from the white clay that underlies
Hull Creek Flat. It is regarded as
a superior clay, too fine for ordi
nary building brick and more of
the order of kaolin, which is used
to make tableware. It is found
less than two feet below the surface
of the grouud nud the stratum has
been penetrated to a depth of three
feet. Its thickness Is unknown.
It has been found to give excellent
service in plastering about sawmill
furnaces and to stop crevices in
dwellings. Dut it has not been
tested under heat, Steps will be
token to ascertain the effect upon
It of proper burnlug.
Houses liast of Railroad.
M. S. Lattiu is building a 5room
cottage on his lots at the corner of
Greenwood Avenue and Eighth
Street, cast of the railroad. It is
to be 33X34 fee w,lu au addition
10x16 and will be ready to occupy
within 30 days. lie will build
three more cottages in that locality
soou as he can gel the lumber.
NSURGEKTS W MATT HIRE
Lafferty Beats Ellis
Bowerinan is Ahead for Governor
Elkins Sweeps Crook County for
the Shrievalty Nomination on Re
publican Ticket Small Vote.
Congressman, First District, W." C. Hawlcy, of Salem.
Congressman, Second District, A. W. LnUbrty, of Port
Governor, Jay Uowcnnnn, of Condon, new.
Secretary of State, F. w. Benson, of Iloschurg.
State Treasurer, T. B. Kay, of Sulem, new.
Justices of Supreme Court, Henry J. Bean of Pendleton,
new; Thomas A. MeBride of Oregon City, George II. Bur
nett of Salem, new, and Frank A. Moore of St. Helens.
Attorney General, A. M. Crawford of Hoscburg.
Supt. of Public Instruction, L. H. Alderman of Eu
State Printer, Willis S. Duniway of Portland.
Labor Commissioner, O. P. Hoff of Portland.
Hailroad Commissioner, Frank J. Miller of Albany, new.
State Engineer, John II. Lewis of Salem.
For Water Superintendent, George T. Cochran of Union,
For Circuit Judge, 7th district, Samuel W. Stark ot Hood
For Representative in the Legislature, II. P. Belknop of
Sheriff, Frank Elkins of Madras.
County Clerk, Warren Brown of Princville.
County Treasurer, R. H. Baylcy of Laidlaw.
County Surveyor. Fred A. Rice of Princville.
Governor, Oswold West of Astoria.
Secretary of State, Turner Oliver of La Grande.
Justices of Supreme Court, Woodson T. Slater of Salem
and Will R. King of Ontario.
State Printer, James E. Godfrey of Salem.
Railroad Commissioner, Charles P. Strain of Pendleton.
Circuit Judge, 7th district, W. L. Bradshaw of The
Sheriff, T. N. Balfour of Fife.
County Clerk, Warren Brown of Prineville.
A light vote was polled in Crook
county. In one precinct, Summit,
only two vote were cast, though
the election board was composed of
six qualified voters. Those two
votes will cost the county about
$35 each. In three precincts no
election at all was held. County
Clerk Drown called Justice Orcutt
of Deschutes and Justice O. G
Collver of Culver to assist in tin:
canvass of the returns, which
Rough and Dressed
ALL SIZES OF
DOORS and WINDOWS
"REX FLINTKOTE" AND "MIKADO"
I DEADENINQ FELT AND
16-IN. SLAB WOOD
Delivered In Bend fc -3 ca
Per Cord'. ..",.. .". .pO.OU
Oct Your Winter's Supply.
Pilot Butte Development Co.
for Congress, but
was not completed until nearly 6
o'clock tonight. Following is the
result for Crook county;
Congressman Ellis 212, Laffer
ty 219, Reed 1 18, Shepherd 29.
Governor Abraham 133, Bow
crmnn 179, Dimick 142, liofer 86,
Secretary of State Benson 408,
State Treasurer Hoyt 251, Li
sas' Justice of Supreme Court Bean
443, MeBride 784, McCamant 124,
Burnett 381, Moore 374.
Attorney General Crawford
354, Hart 193.
Superintendent of Public Instruc
Ion Alderman 445.
Stale Printer Clarke 209, Dun
Labor Commissioner lloff 284,
Railroad Commissioner Miller
State Engineer Lewis 494.
Water Superintendent Cochran
Circuit Judge, 7th district
Representative in Legislature
Belknap 442, Thompson 154.
Sheriff Coulter 175, Elkins 327,
Hodges 8r. Triplctt 65.
Clerk Brown 137, Riddle 63.
Treasurer Jordan 253.
Commissioner Bay ley S41,
Surveyor Rice 4 1 1, Young 188.
Coroner .Hyde 162.
Owing to absence of one of the
tally sheets from Madras the Demo
cratic totals were not completed but
it is ascertained unofficially that
Balfour received 108 votes and
Edwards 99 for Sheriff.
Though 160 voters registered in
Bend only 90 of them cast ballot
nt the primary election Saturday
afternoon. E. A. Sathcr, M. J.
Keltcy and A, C. Lucas acted a
judges of election and II. E. Allen,
V. A. Forbes and E. C. Throne as
clerks. There wan a large "beat
tering" vote, making the work of
counting slow and the election of
ficcrs did not get away from the
polling place till 2 o'clock Sunday
For Cooirt 131 1. . Lafferty n. Herd li.
ror iMiTCTDor Aurioin 19, uowtrman ja,
Dimick 7. HoffT. Mrrrr 5. tt'ett 10.
fur SrctfUrr otAlmlt Ur nun u. Wlnr.tr 11.
ror rute rrciurcr-Jiorl jj, kit 79.
I'or Justice or the Butxrmc Court 5rn y.
Mcllrldcii McCaaantu. iiurnett .6. lloorr. VS.
nlitrr 11, Klac 14.
for Attorney central Crawford ij, Hart sa
fer Mil llinttr Clarke 11. Ounlwiv .
Oodlrer to, Taylor .
rw Liiwi wimmiHKniCTaHilDll JL unoo I.
For Railroad Comminloncr itUIcr i. Mc
Lata I, Strain 4.
For Circuit Judge Mirk it, Br4ibir 14.
For Krorntntatlre In I he LrvliUture Bel
knap 4. Thompson 14.
for inrnn-iuun 41, Tnpictt 9. saitoarr
For County CotnmlMlontr B.jrlry jj, Koala 4.
For County Su'rtror Wee 6. Youot 64.
For the omen having; only one candidate
SUte Ilnglnter, State tkupertatcndenl ofBcbooli,
DlrUwn Water Superintendent. County Treat
nrcr and Coroner no figures arc given. For
lattice of the reai-clu the Oend precinct J. M.
Lawrence leccired 7 Republican and 1 Demo
craUc vote. and II. i J. McDonald received.
v. A. Fortm 1, 11. Y. ADeu land See others 1
Republican vote each. For Conitablc C A.
Chapman, and leffBaleau received 3 vote each.
A. C. Locai, Beit Powell and U. J. KeUy re
ceived a each and eight other received leach.
For Republican Central Committeeman V. A.
Fotbe received 1 and II. J. OverturT I vote. A
coo.Uerable number or "Joke" vote were cart.
mklug a lot or bother for the clerk la keeping
.Judges of election were O. W. B.
Riley, H. A. Knotts and John
Steidl, and clerks V. W. Orcutt,
Thomas Tweet and Sameul Ralph
Kelley. Votes cast were.
For Congre Kill y, Lafferty 7, Reed t. Shep
For Governor Abraham 11, Oowerman I,
Dliulck i. llofcr 1. Mcver 1. writ 1.
For Secretary ol Bute Denton 1 j, Wlngates.
For Male Treasurer Hoyt 0 Kay 16.
For Juitlce or Supreme Court Dean ti, Mc
Bride 11, McCamant 4, Burnett 17, Mooc 16, Sla
ter), King j.
For State Winter-Clarke It. Duniway 11.
odfrey j.Taylor 1.
For Labor Cjommliilonrr HofTlj, Otoa lo.
roe Aitoruev central crawrord ti. Hart II.
(Contiuncil on pae 8.)
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. 00C. Praildint C A. SATHCR. Vic Pretldant
O. B. HUDSON. CaiM.r
Oapltal fully paid ... S2B.0OO
8tock.holil.rt' liability I.00O
The Farmer and the
Cattle Question .
OVER FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ot Bend money
has been taken to l'rineville and other towns this year
for cattle. There are practically no cattle raited In and
near Re ml; not even sufficient to supply the meat markets of
With the increased population hlch will rcault from
railroad transportation, .which is now near, and the natural
Srowth of our country, the tleuiaud tor good Ixct cattle will
ouble lu 1911-
Why not raiae thcto cattle here and keep this money at
home? There isn't any dauuer of not having a demand.
Swilt & Co. are putting in a three million dollar; packing
plant in Portland that will buy all thefCattle and hoc raited
at reasonable prices, if you citn not sell them here at home.
Dill Hanley says the 10c; "Common 'walklu hog' has come to
Every fanner iti this vicinity can raise a few good cattle
for 191 1. If you haven't the money see us. We have and nre
here to help you. .
U..C. COn . A. 'SATUER, C. S, HUDSON
V. P. SMITU U. C. RLUS
ONE HAS HO DEBT
A10RS0N RECLAAUTION PROJ
ECT ON UPPER R1VGR.
Overylhlng Now Secure for Prosccut
Ing Work Contlnuotaly Till
Next July-Stock, Machin
ery and Supplies.
President J. TZ. Morson came in
from Portland Saturday night with
a lot of machinery and teams for
the reclamation work in the South
ern Deschutes valley. He has on
the road 60,000 pounds of freight,
including supplies and implements,
coming in via Shnniko, and five
carloads of grain coming via Klam
ath Palls. Mr. Morson has every
thing secured for prosecuting work
on bis enterprise without interrup
tion until next July, by which
time he figures on being able to re
plenish bis stores from the products
of the country. He was able while
in Portland to get the big excavator
released from the machinists' strike '
and he has bought 28 horses for
use in freighting and construction
work. Land sales nre very sue
ccssful and the indications arc that
all the segregation will be disposed
of by the end of tbe'year.
This segregation will be entirely
reclaimed without a bond issue or
the use of any borrowed money.'
The advance sales of land are more
than enough to pay for construction
work as it progresses.
Adjourned Council Meeting.
At the adjourned meeting of the
Common Council last night a peti
tion for amendment of the ordi
nance recently passed regulating
automobiles within the city was
granted and the City Attorney in-'
structcd to pnt the amendments in
proper form for passage. The for
mer ordinance had not gone into
effect, the state law expressly for
biding the enforcement of ordi
nances until 30 days after passage..
The Mayor's veto of the saloon
closing ordinance, because it would
keep a man from his own property
on Sunday and did not provide for
forfeiture of license for second of
fense, was presented and referral
to a special committee consisting of
Oneil and Triplctt to act with the
City Attorney in changing the
measure to accord wttu tue May
Hunter, Sellers and Overturf
were made a special committee to,
examine into and report upon the
boundaries for city enlargement
presented at the prior nieetiug of