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The bend bulletin.
hkni), okecon, Wednesday, may 17, ion.
Clan Dny nriil Coniiiirricrmcnt
On Tucwlny, May 23, occur llio
ronninn mviso umoi .claim dny exerclHOM of tin- Bend
.W"ta .V.TI..N ,tV.n.v IK, SchfMll.
BUYS FOR RESORT
TO 00 AHEAD.
I'lnl Shipment of Freight Over Ore
gon Trunk Uallwsy (or Harney
County Unloaded at Opal city
Monday New Schedule.
Oi'Ai. City, May HI. Yesterday i
eleven earn of Htecl for the Crooked
River ItrlilKo mill M'Vt'rul kiuikh of
men, with outfit cnrH, piowd throiiKh
hero for tin; ond-of-ndlit clone to the
river. Thimo wore followed today
by more ciiih loaded with bridge
htilldiiur etiulpinent. ami it In under
stood that inaotlcally all the material
required In the hr, construction
undurtnklnir will bo on haml in tin
course of tin' next two weeks.
All preliminary work on tho bridge
In completed, hucIi lis the concrete
foundntlonH and preparation for the
leceptlon and handlliiK of the Mteel.
The time r-jtilri'l to flnltdt the ltl
structure Is variously estimated iw
from l!0 to IK) duyn. These figure,
however, may Iw materially lessened,
iut It I underHtood it Im the intention
of the builders to rush the work to
the utmost, einplnylnK every hit of
labor that can advantageously Im:
iktiffainliiv tltii fl rut utt f i.rtwtnt ,
frulKht for the Burns country to &mW"n'i-;;;iWT'cJZX
They will be hold at
p. m, on the IIudHon lawn. The
program will he as follows
I'loccttloual mikI Crowning of the Jin
Slay" Dinrr. ..,......,,.
Mualc, Ilnul Haml
"MrrOlil HwttllitarU" (afarcr)
, Heii'VIHIi Hrhuol
Millie Ilrml Haml
What la Wrlllrii In llir Slim (or II If. H,
HriiiethliiK of Sriilur Mantle by Krlilor
I'lcililent, I.yle KlclianWi.
On Wednesday night, at the Hat)
tint church, the commencement
exorcises will he held. The full
program will apiiear in next week's
For tlilH Mrn. I.lndborg Iiiin con
tributed thu use of her piano, an
does the Hand I In services for Tues
PROGRAM BY TOTS
Second OrniWa Will SImk, Mcclte nnd
OlveCaninta 1'ildny MxJit
The entertainment which the
second grade children will give I-'ri-day
night at thu Baptist church will
bejrln at 7:1." o'clock. The ndmis.
Ion will Im; ten cent. The program
In an followH:
Sleiropllctin vicwt..,.rrijf. llnrrlngtun
Welcome aoiik" KcCOihI Oratlr
KraillllK Mm. WlnK
Sonit. "My Chllilliiiul llomr". .Quartet
It. I.. ChltlliiKlon, It C. Prrucli, U.
W ttatei. Dr. 1'. H. .HanillMjrii.
Krcltatluii Donald lluilnon
S. N. STEELE TO BUILD
SUA1A1ER HOTEL. I
PINIJ SI'KIMI KAIN.
Monday night and Tuesday
morning there wax n precipitation
of an inch here, Ltwt night und
UiIh morning there whs more
rain and the farmers are rejoic
ing an the ruin ut thin time will
be of great benefit to crops.
Portland Man Purchasca 160 Acres of
Land at Jf'-ad of Sprint; Klver
Location Said to ft Ideal for
Place of Oullnf,
(iiaile Hoy a.
Caillala, '-file Captureil Prilicr"...
HoiiK. "Ho, Jllllr llu".
come In over the new Central Ore
gun line made It appearance nt
this place. The Jones Warehouse
Company handled several ton of
merchandise for (S. I.. Hemhree, of
Ijwt Friday occurred the opening
.of the Harriiniiii Duschutos Hue to Memorial
Madras. A circuM, brought in over
the new road, heled to enliven the
owning 'celebration. The road Ih
now oerating a regular daily
Klfeulive Sunday, the Oregon
Trunk ho Instituted a new time ' I'rayrr Urv. W
card which cuts about an hour and ""'" " Memorial Or.ler
a half from the running time lx-
HONOR. OLD SOLDIERS
Day to He Celebrated lly
Die Memorial Day program, to
Im held here May 30, n.i at present
planned, will be an follow:
Call loonier I. I. Wrtt
Sontf, "America" Choir
8. N. Steele, of thu liromr-Stecle
Co. of rortlnnd, real estate nnd i
financial agent, hu bought through !
J. A. hastes IM) acres of land two
miles went of llarjier and twenty
miles houth of Hend at the head of
spring River. Mr. SU'olo wuh hero
ten ilny ago nnd on Sunday, May
7, went with an auto party to look
over the property, owned by Joseph
C. Smith of llend.
While he states that he ban not
completed hi plnriif. It Im understood
here that Mr. Steele will build a fine
log hotel for a hummer resort. For
thiH purpose the nilo in Ideal, being
a natural park, free from stone
and covered with a growth of giant
pine tree. In addition to this there
are counties springs of pure, cool
wnter bubbling up out of the ground
among the tree which, within a
few hundred yards, flows together
to form a roaring river. Not far
away are Ijvn Butte nnd the Cas
cade Mountain range, which nru
already well known for their scenic
Bend a the railway terminus will
be Uie entry xInt to this reort
WIKSTOKIA IS SOLI).
W. I). Newlon of Seattle
cloned a deal Monday whereby he
bought from IavI I). Wlcst Uie
unsold part of the entire plat of
Wlestorin Addition. Mr. Wlest
confirm the sale. "The price
paid waa near $90,000," nald Mr.
Newlon. "I exect to have Uie
entire addition sold by Nov. 1C;
nlso to have at least 26 five-room
house completed by Oct. Ill
which will be Hold on easy terms."
their resilience in Redmond.
Mrs. Sherwood I well known In
Bend, for several year being associ
ated with her father, K. A. Cost, In
the office of the I). I. & I'. Co., here.
Mr. Sherwood I one of the most
successful ranchers In the Jtedmond
MATERIAL ON GROUND
Flour Mill to H Running Shortly
After Trains Reach Hend.
Nearly nil the material is now on
the ground for the flour mill which
the Bend Milling & Warehouse Co.
will build here. Some work has
already been done and as soon as
everything ha been received the
building will be put up. Jt will be
In shape for the Installation of the
machinery a soon as the railroad is
In operation here. Within
Further Building In Central Orejcon
to Depend on the Amount of
Traffic, Says Vice Presi
OPENING NEW ROAD
Mra ., W. l.lmllMirK
Kev. W. I. WIIkjii
leaving 1'orllund a heretofore at Vlolift Sou .MU ha Vet
SHOT I N SELF-DEFENCE . urged to attend.
tween I'ortlaml and this MInt. , Atlilrr. . .
Wenandy Ham Ad. I Record lireaker
For Size In State.
Coroner' Jury Hxnnernlrs Hrnctt
Rublnsiin for Kllllnic Lew McAllister
KrneHl Hoblnsou, who shot and
killed Iiowi McCalllster last wi-ek
at Ochoco, gave hlmsulf up to the) What i mild to be the blggot
authorities and wa lislgeil in jail sign in Oregon, outside of Portland,
at Prlnevlllc by Deputy Sheriff 'n1 ,Wi' Miintl on the rtMif of tho
John IvdwHrd. The coroner' jury Wenandy Livery Stable by V. N.
which held an imiuust rendered a 'Clark, who also is reniwiislble
verdict thnt the shiHiting wa done
In self-defense. The testimony
showed that the shooting followed
a quarrel between the two men and
after McCalllster had made a false
move a If to draw n gun.
the erection of the mile hhU
sign along thu Bend-Burn road.
The sign covur a space 100 by 40
feet. Kach letter I five feet high,
and is separated from it neighbor
by another five feet.
HAVING SECURED A NEW
It Ui the earnest ambition of till institution to
make nil relation with the bank pleasant and
In choosing this a YOUll BANK, you have as
surance of n service capable of meeting your
most exacting requirement, together with
courteous consideration, ample cash, jwrfect
organi7Jtion, and ollleluntnnd iiblu management.
Those are all factor in making this the logical
bank for you to do business with.
Commercial nnd Individual account, largo or
small, always welcome.
Banking & Trust Company
Of Bend, Oregon
Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
Work Started Monday on IIIeven-Mlle
highway llant of Town.
KoaiI Suiorvlsor E. W. Itichnrd
son put a crew of ix men to work
Monday morning on a new county
road east of town. Starting at the
southwest corner of section aG, three
mile, from Bend on tho Bear Creek
road, tho new highway will follow
the line between township 17 nnd
18 for eleven miles to the old river
bed. It will give a direct outlet to
town for n number of tettlera. The
road will bo completed in two or
.Mr. Itichardson announces nlso
thnt another new road Into Bend
from the east is now open to travel.
Tliis run just north of Pilot Butte,
following the section line for
eighteen mile to the river bei).
Women (lolper Overheard.
Good morning, Mr. Stewpan.
Where did you get that largo pack
age? At the P. O. Corner Store,
Mr. Muslipot. I hapiHined to pass
there and saw tho beautiful ornngos
they nre selling nt itfic a doz. and
you see that lot cost mo only ix
bit and I need a drayman to haul
them for mo. Then, Mr. Stewpan,
go right there and buy some be
cause they are as cheap
Hli-cll'jn of Mayor Provided tor An
nually In New Inatrumcnt.
The committee having In chargo
the drafting of n city charter for
Bend report that the part relating
to the number und selection of offi
cers, their duties and powers, ha
been completed. This provide for
the election of a mnyor and three
councilman each year, the council to
be comjiotied of six member. Other
than theie seven men, all officials
will Ihj appointed by the council to
serve for n year, subject to removal
for cause. There will be no marked
change in the present procedure of
The sections covering street Im
provement, sewer system, etc., will
be drafted by tomorrow.
jeriod after this date, the plant will
be started running and flour and
vnriou kinds of feed manufactured.
That Bend for some time will be
the terminus of the Harrlman as
well as the Hill Central Oregon rail
road, is the statement of Julius
Kruttschnitt, vice-president of tho
a shortj Harrlman system. The gist of Mr.
IJUYS LA PIM2 1JARN.
J. H. Wenandy has purchased the
Mnsten livery bunines at La Pine,
and hereafter will conduct a feed
and livery stable there. In con
junction with his business here he
will operate a wholesale hay
Kruttschnitt's remarks, after com
pleting inspection of the new De
schutes line, J that further Central
Oregon railroad development will
depend upon the amount of traffic
developed by the preseni roads In
course of construction.
Tho substance of Mr. Kruttsch
nitte remark is contained in the
following extracts from the Port-
I Innrl llrAriflitn
and i " ... ..
grain depot at the La Pine establish-Lfl XnT hV EnTT
,...,, a .i.n,i ,r. i... rr -.. ,-1 g to Bend, but nothing has been
m ' i." .u" ' i.T .- I done toward extending the line be-
yond that point."
being added to the old Masten barn.
HILL TOURS INTERIOR
(Ireat Northern Chief and Party Look
Over Central Oregon.
Louis W. Hill and party, consist
ing of Ceorge D. Hurris, of the Bur
lington road; President Cray, of the
Hill line In Oregon; Charles Patter
son, William Hanley, of Burns, and
W. P. Duvidson and John It. Stin-
on, or the Oregon & Western Col
onization Company, arrived in Bend
Saturday morning, stopping here
but a few minutes and then pro
ceeding to Opal City via Laidlaw,
Sisters and Itedmond.
The party had made the trip
from the Oregon Trunk end of rails
to Prlneville, thence to Burns and
Notice, Uldv Wanted.
Sealed bids will be received until
C p. m. Mny 23, 1911, by the City
of Bend for ttam work as follows:
No. 1. Bid for sprinkling the
Wall Strn. fmm Knnr.w-Wv R,PW I "'"P. CUtoff of the Southern
to the line of old city limits Just I 3 nT.n n? l;
That, in addition to carrying out
the improvement already under
way or provided for, the Harrlman
system contemplates no immediate
activity, is the inference left by Mr.
Kruttschnitt. Although the route
REDMOND COUPLE WED
north of Linster Opera House: Bond
Street, from Ohio Street to nnd
acrostf Greenwood Avenue and all
cross street between said Wall nnd
Bond streets. Nevada and Ohio
Street both inclusive.
! No. 2. Bid for man, team and
harness for 2G day work of 10
hours each during summer months,
for sprinkling streets, working rood
drag, hauling nnd other work, when
not necessarily sprinkling, as direct
ed by the Council.
In each of the above cases, bid-1
dera must give weight of team and I
specify thnt driver shall be a grown
man. Weight of sprinkler alone
2800 lbs., plus 600 gallons of water.
Council reserves right to reject
any or nil biJs.
H. C. Ellis, Recorder.
TYPEWRITTEN CIRCULAR LETTERS
though Robert S. Lovett announced
the extension of the Deschutes line
to Odell, it is not likely that it will
, be built soon When Judge Lovett
was here the Deschutes road was
projected only to Redmond and he
contemplated the construction of a
Southern Pacific connection from
thnt point. Since then arrange-
, ments hnve been mnde to extend
the service to Bend nnd Portland
officials have expressed themselves
in favor of joining the Deschutes
line with a link ffom Bend to Odell,
a distance of 55 mile.
It is believed that ultimately this
connection will be built but Mr.
Kruttschnitt's expressions indicate
that the Harriman directors prefer
to see what business will grow out
of their present venture before ex
ponding more money.
I inwnuiiuiin nos jusi insiaiieu a J. W. Dimick Is prepared to do
MUs Alta 12. Cast and Fred Sherwood uppiy oi imuauon typewritten type ; all kinds of high grade architectural
Arc Married Friday. wl )vhch l !s, Prepared to print I Work, make plans, bide prints, etc..
.. . a" kind of circulur letters, etc. 'for businoiM housm nn,l m5
Last Friday morning Mb Alta This means that merchant, real' dcncoi JT
E. Cast and Fred Sherwood of Red-Lstnte men, etc., can reach their! '
mond were mnrried at that place, ontire mailing list with personal ' Ladies, Call nt the Dressmaking
W. L. Wilson conducting the service letturs. The exact nnnonrnncrt nf Parlors In the Putnam Buildinc and
nt the Methodist church. A wed- oriirimil tvtxswritton letters, both in seelthe samples Just received from
ding breakfast was served at the Ore
gon Cafe after thu ceremony. Miss
Pauline Wiest of Bund was a brides-
is understood thnt Mr.
Sherwood will take up
as in old maid. It
10-tf and Mrs.
I, D. HAIRD, (President) J. W. MASTHRS, (Vice President)
V. O. MINOR, (Secretary)
L. H. BAIIU), V. O. MINOR, S. V. BAIRD.
run mock or
Of nil kinds now on hand. Finu&t
line of Cottage Doors in
Keep out that enemy of mankind,
the fly, with
The kind that you want is here and
the price is right.
color of ink, type face nnd impres- the Chas. A. Stevens Co. of Chicago.
sion is duplicated. If desirable the Suits and coats made to order at
Bulletin will not only print such let- very reasonable rates. We also
tors but will address and mail represent the Victor Tailoring Co.
them. tf , Mrs. Shrinor nnd Mrs. Mcintosh.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. 00e. Pr..M.M A.SATHCR. V.. Pr..,d.nt
Capital fullr paid . . . S25.000
8ockholtUr' liability . . 2 5. OOO
Surplus .... . 5. 000
Statement of tho fcirst National BarikoVBe'm?rcTr
At rndrad to th.Tr.urr Dpartmnt or tha UnlttJslaUi, t
ULon ami DIkouiiU
liauk tlulldlng and Lot .: , J,cg oo owplua.,
rurumitf auu miurr..
j Save money by buying your shovels
piicnioncs, stoves, nans ana other
hardware at the store of
N. P. Smith
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