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THE BEND BULLETIN.
IJKN1), OKlXiON, WKDNKSDAY, JUNK 7, 1011.
BUND MIEN DO WHAT
lUtht Member of Commercial Club
Will Put In 1lira Day UtMlng
Trlt from Spring River to
Cram) I'ralrle In Ouoil Shapo
Members of the llond Commercial
Quh who have iivtir lieon nllvo to
the advantages of owning now.
roads nearby have again hbown their
liberal itplrlt mid willingncta to
work for the upbuilding of til
part, of Central Oregon. Headed
by Manager Sawhlll, a party of
"lght mt' n will leave her Friday Ui
jiut In tbriti days oitening up n road
from tho head of Spring River In
Crano I'rnlrlu. u distance of 18 or 20
miles. Ijwt year cithons of Ilend
joined in milking n Kd road to
Spring Hlvor iuiiI will now complete
tho work by extending it further.
Antono Aune lirts donated the use
of n team nml wagon for three dnys
nndJ. N. Hunter hi uuto Uikc
tho party up there ami bring It
back. Those who will go and put
in Friday. .Saturday and Sunday on
tho road nro J. K. Sawhlll, John
Steldl. John HUim, J. N. Hunter, K.
It. Post, FranV II. Miry,..'JSncw
nnd Tom Itobortx.
iienklo & Ford have um donated
the use of an auto.
Kroin all the surrounding country
llend is gradually Iteeiunlng more
and more arwitiible by moan nf
good pad.. Tlu niHit notable
Instance uf the llbt'rnllty of the
coplo here U, of cuume, the build
ing of Ute Bcnd-llunw highway, but
they have Jt all ilmru j-caiiondcd
freely whenever asked to nan'nt.ln.n
new work, -Mont of thonroads built
wen thoae to which tho county
could not Rive lU .attention. Movornl
being through iiaiiunnl forests.
TheM! highway through rovorn
ment holding could not ixtcome
county roiid and of coiumo the
county could imt go abend nmldiulld
them. The dtleim. however have
steped into lite breach. Laving thu
assurance of forestry olllclak Unit
the rood u-ili be maintained la .good
MHS. I'. O. AllNOlt SICK.
Mr. Minor, wife of Postmaster
Minor, Iiom Ix-en very ill tho pant
week with an attack of grip and
tonidlitlH. Her condition was Im
proved yoMterduy nml she now secnm
to Ihj on the road to recovery. Sho
la being attended by Dr. II. Kurrell.
UN 10 I'UlM'VII.I.I! SUNDAY
Thu Heud biiHebnll team will
go to I'rlnovllle .Sunday to re
deem llnclf for Its dufeut hero
on May SJ8. An enthusiastic
delegation of rooturn will go
over to lend their wmlitance In
winning tho game. A lively
content Ih, expected.
REPORT ON MAILlLOUiSLONGSHQT
TO BE' OPENED
Kottler of Wtiltakar Vallry Will IMa
WetW Utrln (letting Their Mali at
Mm. Thomas K. firay, who wan
recently appointed KMtinutiT of
thv new olllce named Whltnker. 80
miles southeast of Ilepd, bun re.
ccived her cuinmlsninn and supplies
to ojm'II the ofllcc. Thh alio will do
tbiit week, Mr. Gray being in town
yesterday to take out the Unit mail.
A regular carrier hcrvlee In not in
quired ffr the first three months,
but mail will Ik? brought In to liend
and taken out about once a wwk.
Tlw new olllce In located only Wbout
a half mile off tbe Ilond-Hurns road
and In the event that the Hurrnt
petition asking forn mail service
from here r granted, Wiiitukcr
'rmtroTW will ret their mall daily.
Mr. Gray -intend to conduct u
'umall store In connection with the
"DAD" OF TOWN HERE
A. tn. Drake Wind lac up llutlnei of
Plkrttftutte Dvlopment Co.
A. M. Drake af T'liaadenn, Cal.,
father 'of thU town and former
owner mf "the tonnwlte and oilier
property bore, in a viItor in ltnl
thin week. He cunio in for tle
punoJ nf winding -up the bunlnm
of tleu)ld Pilot Huttu Duvclopment
'Co., Mhlcli wan not finally dune
when Tlio Bend Ompany took over
Mc JJrake mWI tliat lo notol
many Hmprovemetita In the town
nince lnt here. "Bene! in going
ahead aw faat on oould be especteJ
until tLo railroad eta here. Many
lieople think that when n townwte
I Uld tt n big Uwn ihould epring
up Immediately. Mut towrbi are
not buht in a day, :thoy grow. an4
Uiere tsunt bo hixtl work done by
all tho citizens. Tbnt'a what build
a town, pd that I what will make
Ma Soling 7Sc.a Pair.
Shoe half Holed t Kgglenten'a
IlnrncM Shop for7oc jmlr, regular
$1.60 Job. tlowl Jeariwr uwxl and
work done neatly. Bring in your
oli! ahoen and have ihtm made IIIuj
new onen. 13
BUND OFFICE IS DOING
Duilnc May 60,116 I'ltce Were llan-
ulftl, Dally Averaxo of 1,039-
Purtmaaler Worked from H
to 16 Hour a Day.
Like to feci that
tnnQltnrc; in bringing: their
CpUiILU bu8iness to a
bank they are
helping to build It up; In other
words they are giving something
for what they receive.
WE ARE OROW1NO
GROW WITH US.
Wo want your account want to make our
uelvca uaofu! to you In anything pertaining to
finance, and wo can handle It with profit to you
and to ourselvcH.
Wo hopo that you, Mr.Rcader, will bo on our
llut'of Depoaltora oon, If you arc not already
NO MATTER HOW SMALL OR LARGE A
DEPOSITOR YOU ARE ALWAYS '
PoMtmaiiter F. 0. Minor today
completed hia report of the number
of pi6c of Incoming and outgoing
mall handled by thia office during
May. The total wwiGO.llGor an
average of 1,0119 a day. The out
going total wiw 2S.U3G.or 807 dally.
Tim incoming total wn :tf,080, or u
dally nveragu of 1,1:11.
The Mwtul irmlructioiiH re(uired
not only that every piece be counted,
but that it be apeclficd to what
cIilh.1 it lclongcd jtixl the amount of
time required to handle it. This
made the tank nn enormous oik.
and I'atLmantcr Minor was kept
buxy from t:'JU a. nt. to 10 and 11
p. in. every day In May.
The following figure iJiow tb
nature of tlte Incoming mull:
Unit claw, 22,:ur..
MagazlneK, 7 IS.
Otlior llilrd claw matter. 12C4.
Fourlli cIuks, 717.
The outgoing matter uun.wi fol
low: Firnt cliuw, 20,925.
Second class, 28GX
Third cltiHH, 332.
J-'ourth cIom, 227.
J'oreign lettera, 247,
From these figure dttiit necn that
the Bend pojitollioe Jadoing a tre
mendoun biwiikyic Jin poHtodice
receipU are a good barometer of
bulneM conditionr in.n city, it Is
evident that Bend in Xhrivlng.
Postmimter Minor .will, effective
July 1, receive an ittsrun.He of $200
in hia annual aolury..
J. L. RILEY
Jualouiy Ovrr Woman, Said to lie
KHry' Wife, the Cauie Slie I
AUo Slightly Wounded
Klley Now In Jail.
Rkumond, Juno C LouIh Iyng,
the prizefighter, wan hot and killed
Thurwlay afternoon on the road a
few mileM north of here by J. L.
Riley of Portland. Riley'a wife,
who was out riding with Ing In
' an automobile, was also fired on,
' being wounded in the thigh. Riley
' lied Immediately after the shooting
but was nrrcHted Thursday evening
'near the Deschutes river and is
now in jail at Prineville.
1 .IcatouHy on the part of Riley was
the cause of thu trouble, and he de
clared after the shooting that he
1 fully intended to kill his wife also,
alleging that he had been unfaith
ful to him. The Rileyi were
married in Idaho four yearn ago,
his buHi'msa waa training horses.
Long, the Riley woman and Mona
Adams, a resident of the rcdlight
district here, were out in a car
being driven to Redmond. A
stop had been made to repair a
tire puncture and all of the party
were out of the machine when
anotV'cr automobile, containing
Riley, came up behind them and
stopped. Riley got out and going
up toward Long fired two shots at
hinu The two men then clinched
and -while in thia portion Riley fired
a third Knot and Long dropped dead.
Turning the gun then on his wife,
Riley shot her -once but did not
dangerously wound her. Defying
anyone in the crowd to arrest him.
be then fled but was captured a
few hours later.
A. Sheldon McOliw of Seattle,
representing lis 0ltvmr Tyjowriter
Co., was in Bend yesterday on busi
ness. An agency .wau .established
bexfi by him, with U. U. Hoffman
la icharge. Tbe Olivw has just
introduced wMncfihing nuw in type
writer typo faces, :the prdntyie, and
one of these tnodrf machines will be
eihihltcd by Mr. UofTntun at the
Ixu!s Lorur was well known in
Bend, where be had annearedin the
pritu ring. His lost bout here -was
with J. D. Kice on April 17 in
' which Rice knocked him out. Ed
ICuir, who wits to have met Rice in
,a ten-round nintch lost Friday
j night, wasa5lose friend of Long
uiiu uiu cuiiicttk wua iiosiponea.
. iurs rvuia ice uox.
A. M. Lara & Co. have again rri
denced their progrpenvcoess as"
merchants by tJie installation of the
( finest ice box in Central Onexon. It
t is modo of qunrtcred oak and fitted
with nickled brass trimminjrs. It
ha eight cwtnpartnients, giving
ample room for the storage of
Ibuotcr, eggs, meats and other
I things in a cool place.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
fiomnanv of Bend. OreKcm
! Consorvatlvo Banking for Conservative People."
I, n. 11A1RI). (rmlilent) J. W. MASTHRS, (Vice l'rc.Ment)
1', O. MJNOR, (Secretary)
I,. II. DAIIID, 1. O. MINOR, S. V. DAIRD.
Full Stock of
Of all kinds now on hand. Finest
line of Cottage Doors in
A meeting of tho Commercial
Club will be held tomorrow
(Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock
for the selection of delegates
to the meeting to be held in
Prineville Juno 30 nnd July 1
to form a Central Oregon De
velopment League. All mem
bers arc urged to be present.
FROM MADRAS TO
MEDFORD BY HORSE
Two Washington College Men Pats
Through Mend on Long Journey
Taking a Look at the Country.
from Madras to Med ford by
horseback Is a trip being made by
two Washington State College men,
B. G. Stambaugh and Byron Smead,
whose homes are in Spokane. Mr.
Stambaugh will graduate this year
from the agricultural department at
I'ullman, and Mr. Smead is already
nn alumnus of the electrical engi
The two are making the journey
to look over the country, each pay
ing special attention to his line of
work. They left Madras lost Thurs
day and spent Sunday night here,
meeting In Bend several old friends.
They will attempt to go by Crater
Lako and expect to reach Med ford
by Friday. Both arc hardened to
"roughing It" and have already
slept out two nights. One night
they camped at Crooked River, with
only their saddle blankets for cover
ing. They carry only light packs
From Mcdford they will go to
San Francisco by train and return
to Portland by boat. Mr. Stam
baugh is business manager of the
W.S, C. student publication, the
Evergreen. He will have to be
hack at Pullman by June 22 when
he is to receive his diploma.
DATES FOR FAIR SET
BIG PARTY WILL GO ON
Leaving Mere June 15, Bend Dullness
Men VVIlfviilt Klamath and Lako
County Town and Get Ac
qualnted With People There
Agricultural Society Show at Prine
ville October It to H.
PntNKVlLLE, June 6. The date
f the fair of tho First Central Ore
gon Agricultural Society has been
set for Oct 11-14. It has been
suggested that the four days be
defiicnated as Prineville, Bend, Red
mond and Madras Days.
About the first of August, a man
will be sent out to travel the county
to meet with the farmers, encourag
ing them to send exhibits and come
The officers of the society are:
William Bocgli, President; J. E.
Roberta, vice-president; J. S. Fox,
secretary. These, with G. H. Rus
sell. Oliver Powell and J. H. Gray,
form the board.
Plans for the trade excursion
which Bend business men will make
to Southern Oregon towns the
middle of tho month have been
nearly comnloted and the Itinorarv'
mapped out. Already a large num
ber of men have given notice that
, they will take the trip, and the
' party will probably consist of fifty.
I The tourists will leave here In
about tcn'autos on the morning of
Thursday, June 15. Going by Li
Pine, they will reach Crescent at
noon. The first night out will be
spent at Fort Klamath. If the
roads will allow of such. Crater
Lake will be visited the morning of
the ICth. Klamath Falls will be
reached that afternoon and the
second night spent there. Lakcview
will be visited the following day,
and after luncheon there the start
will be made for Paisley, which will
be the next stopping place over
' night. Summer Lake, Silver Lak'e
and home will be the fourth day'
Invitations have been sent by
Manager J. E. Sawhlll of the Com
mercial Club to Portland news
papers, jobbing houses and railroad
officials, a number of whom areejt
pected to go or send representatives.
The object of the trip is mainly
to get acquainted with the people
I of a large territory for which rcnd
I will be the railroad center for some
1 time. The various towns to bo
visited have given assurance that
the tourists will be well entertained,
and the trip is expected to afford
much pleasure to all who go.
INSTALLS FING FOUNTAIN
The finest .and most modern soda
fountain in Central Oregon ha3
been installed by the Patterson
Drug Co. It Is' of marble, with
wall mirror of French beveled giasa
and trimmings in mahogany and
nickel, and is a thing of beauty. It
is an iccless fountain, being so built
that drafts of cool air do the work
of ice! Another feature of It Is
that an electric current b used in
Just try. The Bulletin Job Printery.
Keep out thut enemy of munkind,
the fly, with
The kind tlmt you want is here and
the price is right.
Save money by buying your shovels
pitchforks, stoves, nails and other
hardware at the store of
N. P. Smith
lEe First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. OOC, PrstldaM t. A. 8ATHCR. Vic PrttliUM
O.8. HUDSON, Oathlcr
ColU) fultr paid ... S2B.000
Stociholdtrt'llabllltr - 2S.0OO
Burplua .... . aS.OOO
Do You Want These Prizes?
We ofTer the following sums, in cash, for the
best exhibits, thro' the BcndCommercial Club:
$25.00 cash, for the best assortment of sam
ples grown on either dry or irrigated land.
$10.00 for the best samples ot clover.
$10.00 for the best samples of alfalfa.
$10.00 for the best samples of root crops,
$10.00 for best assortment dry land grains.
$ 1 0.00 for best assortm't irrigated land grain.
All exhibits to bo raised within twenty-five miles of Bend
'and to remain tho property of tho Bend Commercial Club.
TFe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. CO H. A. SATUl'K C. S. HUDSON
V. V. SMITH H. C. BI.US
6ff(Ml $jvj $JSyjJ