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The bend bulletin.
IIEND, OIUSMON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1011.
NO TRACE FOUND
AIRS. McORATH'S SUI
friend's l.cller Tails of Drowning
Threats anil Say Ituabanil Mat
treated Departed Woman Hero
anil Alto While In Alaaka.
Although It In ton c!ayn now Hlnce
Mm. Tom McGrntli dlsnpeared, no
positive due iin to whether she la
ilcad or alive has been found, and no
step toward olliclnl action In connec
tion with her death has Ix-en taken. A
letter which hIio wrote on Sunday,
July 1(1. addressed to her husbund,
would indicate that she had taken
her life. In the letter, which Cou
ntable A. C. Lucas has in Ida poa
coauiukciai. ci.uij AimrriNd
A meeting of tho Commer
cial Cluli linn been called for
Thursday evening ut 8 o'clock
In thu club rooniH, All mum
hern aru urKCl to be present
an mutters of lmiorUinco nro
to come up.
Auto Truck Frclnht Line to (lend He
In Omaldercd My (loute Lake
Country Uualneia Men.
An auto freight lino between
Ilend and Lnkevlew, upon thu com
pletion of the railroad to thin city,
In being seriously considered by thc
bualnetM men of southern central
Oregon, according to M. B. Rice of
the Lnkevicw Commercial Club.
Thin, he believes, vill solve thu
problem of turning thu trade of the
Hewlon, she states that she would i (loose Ijike country from California
not Htand the hardships of her life to Portland. In u letter to The
any longer and that she would soon Oregon Journal Mr. Ittcc says:
bo with her father, who li dead. "Portland to Ilend and then via
The letter tills eleven pages of auto truck to Lakevlew at maxl
noto paper and In It thu missing mu,m, nut0 charges will cquallro
woman severely rebukes her hu. JeW't rates from Portlond to Ukc
. , . , , , , . . vlow besides being approximately 5
bond, who she says had led hern cent difference in delivery.
"John L. Sullivan life." "Thu nuto truck haul from Bend
Interviewed, Mr. McGrath said i to Iakcvlcw would be prnctlcAlly
he did not know whether his wife muj as home freight from
was dead or alive. He stated U.at Review to Altura, M miles, and
... ... . . , , the same timu would be used In
the river had been searched for her iicllvery.'
by private Individuals but no duel Mr. Rice believes that the nuto
found. truck line which he says is being
In n letter received last night by seriously considered by central anil
C.W.Myers from Mrs. iInrri)Uto , thcrn Oregon busing Interests
,, . . ,..... , would not only save southern Ore-
Underwood, now of rort Hock. ROn trn(k, to l'ortland but equalize
clow friend of Mrs. McGrath, who freight rates on the Hnrrlmnn lines
knew her in Alaska and here, strong lmtween Portland and Klamath Falls,
corroboration of the suicide theory The auto truck line, he feels sure,
is forthcoming, nnd grave charges ,,l,t dev 'f "' ,'ucl' hminct
, w iV . .i i "iat It would bo but the forerunner
against Mr. McGrath are made. of rnroud cjtusiwlon.
"Many times Mrs. McGrath has "The business people of southern
told me she would walk off into the .Oregon would rather deal with
river some day," rvuds the letUT. 1 1'ortland If possible, and we have
in part. "I laughed nt her. but she ." worM, l?Uti
. : , , , i I, I three years, said Mr. Rice.
HOG RAISING 0. K.
pias is pias on bend
Lee Davenport, Successfully Halting
Pure llltiod Hoc. Urges Handi
er To Try This Profitable
IIV I.KK PAVKNfOKT.
(WiIIUii rpir.ly lor 7 he IkhiI Hultclla)
Why Hhould the people of Central
Oregon ship in tit great expense
pork and pork product? Simply
because they have been so busy
doing other things that they have
overlooked thu fact thut right here
at home Ih one of the best hog rais
ing dlstricta on earth. Pigs will
grow to maturity on grass both
green and dry. This Is not henrsuy
or real eaUite boom talk but simple
During 11)10 I rulhed about forty
young pigs on clover, alfalfa and
green rye. They grew to weigh
from 175 to 260 pounds and were
fed grain for two weeks to harden
the flesh before killing.
So thoroughly convinced am I
fr6m tho practical experiments I
have mode that It pays to raise pigs
nnd thu best blooded porkers pay
AUTO OWNERS MUST
Large Number In Bend tfa ve Not Made
Application Under New Law Which
liecomes directive Next Tuesday
Lltt of Those Who Have Applied
Having mnde no application for
license under the new Oregon motor
vehicle law, n number of Bend car
owners will have to store their autos
nwny nftcr Monday, it Beerns. The
jxmnlty for running nn unlicensed
car is a minimum fine of $50 for
the first offence or 25 dnyH in the
county jail. It is understood that
the state authorities will see that
the law is strictly enforced.
Judge II. C. Ellis hai been mak
Ing out applications for all who
have naked him, not only for Bend
people but for owners and drivers
from Lnldlnw, Redmond, Madras
and other towns. The following
have .made applications through
him for license:
CAK AND UniVEIt ,
W. A. Hates, J. Saltzman, Hi
Adams, O. C. Henkle. H. B. Ford,
L. M. Toiler, Niswonger Bros.,
Itedmond Garage, Geo. V. McFar-
FLUMU OVUR CAVU-IN
Water ii ogaln running in
the Arnold canal, COO feet of
flume having been built over
the recent cave-in and the
dangerous parts ndjaccnt. This
la standard fluming, 12 feet
wide at the bottom nnd three
feet deep, with n fall of about
four feet to the mile.
Splendid Dinner Spread Today on
Wlcat Lawn, and This After.
noon Is Being Devoted to Play
On the smooth lawn surrounding
L. D. Wiest's home, in the cool
Portland Attorney! Will Mako
Some Rearrangement Especial
ly Protecting City for Fu
ture Bond Issuances.
Mayor U. C. Coc, who returned
last night from Portland, brings
, with him a report upon the proposed
city charter from J. W. Kollock.
While there appear to be certain de
fects in the charter as drawn up,
these will be rectified by the Port-
shade of the trees, the Whatsoever
and their friends are today having a lanJ attorneys, who will revise tho
t that I have, nt great expense, Cy(k. s iIob8or)( w
ped from the east 105 head of I ,, . w , ni ni ..
insisted she was serious, especially
after her husband had maltreated
her. He struck her once or twice
even when I was there. She lived
with him for 20 years. Down in
my heart I know thu must have'
done it (drowned herself.) She
wn not very well. Mr. McGrath
is absolutely to blame for all of it. '
I hate to miy it, but he truatod her,
woroo than a dog. In Nome it was
a well known fact. She was n good,
patient, lovoublc woman, and I urn '
MIW IIUblMJSS UUII.DINO
Another new businom building on
Wnll street is being constructed for
Leon Puiks between his old building
and the Stnr Theater.- It will bo a
OIUUCTS TO LIIIKAKY CLOSING
To the Editor: Would 'you not
put n plea In your estimable paper
for the out-of-town pntrons of the
library? It seems the library is
found rather warm in thu afternoon
hours so it has been decided to keep
tho place oen evenings only. We
who jmtronlxe and donate to library
entertainment and food sales do-
servo some oonslilorntlon. Unly
being able to come to town during
tho day wo hnvo no opportunity to
uithor exchange or return tho
um l you put in n worn tor us
ONI! OK TllrSI.
IlKND, July S3, 1911.
brood sows, many of them
bred Duroc and Hampshire!. These,, ',,,. r'. F. r ,. , ."
-.... ... UU.., .,,... ... . o,, ,,
'JohnW. Collins. Dale Barker. Roy
'U'- A Urnntnn Ilnnfnr Piinlfv fV
S. M. Scott, Ernest Smith, Walter
R. Cheadle, Wm. A. Nanney, Lin
dell Darby, James Toney.
J. M. Lawrence, Ira E. Wimcr,
Ovid W. B. Riley, Irving J. Reed
(two cars,) H. C. Ellis (two cars,)
George W. Karris.
MAKING HAY NOW
The Best Prophet of the
Future is the Past.
For more than a year the Deschutes
Hanking & Trust Company of Bentl
has meant "best" and is pleased to
place at the disposal of its customers
the facilities gained during this
period of continuous service and
growth, confidently helieving it can
meet every requirement of the
Put Not Your Tnist in Money
But Put Your Money in Trust.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
hogs have !eon Uiken off from a
corn diet nnd turned loose in the
green jumturo here.
In place of losing weight nt the
start as one would exect, they arc
gaining in flesh, many of them being
too fat to properly care for the
young pigs. If any of The Bulletin
readers nru from Missouri 1 can
show them herds of as fine young
pigs, now ready to wean, ns can be
SUKVICUS AT RANCH.
Bishop I'addock has been the guest
of W. I'. Vnndevert the past week.
He held services at the ranch last'alfnlfii is now In full blast in these
Sunday evening. The members of I18, nntl Jt wi bc p a ' Ja,s
the U S Ceoloirical Survey t.nrtv I t,n cloVcr cuttinK wl" "W0- LvcO'
tlic U. b. LeoloMcal bumy part i on(J nportB R00d crops of hay and
who aro nuipping the Deschutes tht. nmchora are much encouraged
were present and sung. The Bishop , with thu results,
will come down to Bend Saturday. I'. A. Woolloy nnd daughter Chloe
' were Bend visitors Thursday.
I.OAWI) OKUANIZIIS. , Thc firc waidon, hnve ROt the
The bonnl of directors of the , best of the forest fires around here
Arnold Irrigation Co. met xostenlay but there are two fire patrols on
nnd orgnnlred with the election of I uuiy-
the following oliicers: President, water ftlnatcr Brewster, who has
Mt t out i ii . charge of the waters of Squaw and
W. J. McGillvrny; vice president, m.,i r.i,0 ,.. i,, ,i ,,:i
Ed Bro8terhou8;secretary.troasurer, over nightThursday. Mr. Brewster
L. D. Wiest. is stationed at Sisters.
picnic outing. At noon a bounteous
dinner of good tilings was spread,
which was much enjoyed by all who
sat down to it. This afternoon
various games are being played.
With ideal weather and a most con
genial crowd gathered together, the
affair will be very successful.
DAY CURRENT IS ON
Deschutes Water Power now Furnishes
Constant Electric Current.
present document in accordance
with those most successfully in use
elsewhere, particular care being
taken to make Bend's charter In
such a shape that no trouble will be
experienced In floating bonds under
It, if such should be desired later on.
In commenting upon the charter
as at present drawn up, Mr. Kol
lock remarks that there seems to be
some faults, notably in the section
relative to the power of the council,
n which some
Alfalfa Crop Around Turqalo Turning
Out Well, Ranchers Report.
TUMAU), July 22. Cutting of
I,. H. 1JA1KD, (Pretldent) J. W, MASTHRS, (Vice President)
P, O. MINOR, (Secretary)
h, n.'BAIUD, P.O., MINOR, S. V. BAIRD. (
Full Stock of
Of all kinds now on hand. Finest
line of Cottage Doors in
On Monday for the first time ment and repetition exists. This
Deschutes River water power, In . will bc rearranged. There has been
the form of electric current, was omission of provision for tho vaca
used in day service. The Bend j tion of streets. Chiefly, however,
Water Light & Bower Co. put its the criticism of the proposed char
new 35 horse power motor into j tcr is one of poor arrangement, lack
operation, this taking the place of j0f detail and specific wording in
the old steam engine in supplying some places, and some need of re
motive power for the water pump writing, to escape nossibllitv of
of the city water system. further tanele. It is estimated that
Hereafter electric power will be the revised charter, while including
maintained continuously, a day nl necessary matter, will occudv
current being supplied for all pur- ( about one-third the space devoted
poses of lighting and power. The to the tentative document that h
present generator, with a capacity been discussed locally. The work
of 125 horse power. Is capable of l0f revision probably will bc com
caring for all existing local demands. ; peted within ten davs. when the
iier ii is expected to install a proposed charter will be returned
generator of 3C4 horse power. for joi action.
Steps are being taken to secure'
work for the new day current and I J. T. YORK KILLED
already many local people are avail-1
Ing themselves of the opportunity Former Freighter From Shanlko to
to substitute electricity for their' Uend Slain at Orants Pass,
present power producing methods. John T. York, who formerly
freighted between Shanlko and
Rond nnd who was woll known hr.
Search for the body of B. K. , wa8 kiIled at Grant3 Vasa on JuIy
Bakowski, the photographer who , 13 by Mike Morgan, who made con
peruhod in the snows at Crater ( foS8ion 0f the crime alleging self
Lake last winter, is now being made. . ,,pfpnsp. The men had a drunk
according to a letter received by C. row j when Morgan was attackod
G. Seward from J. W. Stephenson, , b York, he alleged, ho struck tho
who was Mr. Bakowski's partner.', , , ' .. . , ... . .
m- znnunn ...m. ,u,v freighter on the head with a club.
leaving Klamath Falls on the 19th The b1' WRS then b0""1 m chains
for Crater Lake. Snow is still deep and thrown into the Rogue River,
on thc mountains. where it was found on July 17.
S12ARCH FOR LOST MAN.
Keep out that enemy of mankind,
the fly, with
The kind that you want is here and
the price is right.
Save money by buying your shovels
pitchforks, stoves, nails nnd other
hardware at the store of
N. P. Smith
TITe First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Dr, U. O. COb Hrttldcnt e A. 8ATHER. Vic. Prtiliitnt
O. S HUDSON. Oathl.-
CaplUI fully paid ... S2S.OOO
Stockholder' lublllt S.26.0OO
Who Grants the Favor?
ff WE ask you to become a depositor at this
" bank, thereby asking you to do is a favor;
but at the same time we ask the privilege of
rendering you a valuable service.
(11 WE ask the privilege of being your banker;
" of caring for your money and keeping it
safely, free of charge; of being your friend,
counselor and adviser; and, if necessity arises,
of extending you credit and helping you in
every way we can, both as friend and banker.
H YOU will find it Very advantageous to ac-
cept our invitation to become a customer
of this bank.
ICi FIRST NATIONAL RANK OF RVNTi
U. -. Wli Jt. A. SMIUK C. S. IIUUSUN
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