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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1911)
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HKNI), OKKGON, WKMNKSDAY, AW,. I), 1011.
pind causes EXCITE
Score of Men ko Out to Investigate end
Slake Out Clalma-QuarU Varlea
In Quality Local llualneas
Men Are Interested
Gold twin been discovered near the
liciul of Tumulo Creek, some H
mill's went f I lend. As it result
Inst week the town was nil but
deserted, everyone who could got
away rushing to the grounds to In
vestigate. 'Hie miniature stnmedc ntnrtel
Thursday, tind now the territory
adjacent to the orient! And is
literally plastered with location ,
uiH.w and boundary rntirkn. It Is, Initrucilnn
estimated that already (10 claims
have Ikvm taken up, while twice
that number of crsons either have
been on the ground or are now
prosjwctlng in the vicinity,
good road runs to within
THV A (HJI'.SS.
Did you know that -M build
IngH have been erected in Bond
since January first? This In
cludes residences and business
buildings, either finished or
under construction. In cost
they range from t GOO to $7f00.
What do you think the total
amount will bc7 The boy or
Kir) nlaklnfc n guess the nearest
to the amount will get a free
pass to the Star Theater for
one week. Guesses must reach
The Iiulletin office not Inter
than next Tuesday nt 8 p. m.
The total will be bused upon
The Ilulletln'a estimate of the
building costs, which will be
mado as accurately as possible.
BOY SCOUTS CO
(liven llicrn on Mow to
ItullJ n Pirn I'lHgpoie Secured lo
He Hrrctrd nt Lodge.
TJilrteen of the Hoy Scout were
taken on their first bike .Sunday.
As a They went In two patrols, the first
A few I i charKe of A. It. Dorris and the
miles of most of the claims, an easy second led by Scout Master Uira.
unto trip Is possible. Aubrey Huttu was climbed, the
Thoijuality of the quartz that ,M,y lettV,"K mnrklnim nlonir the
has been nwayed varies. It Is lrn" UlkL'n- T,1L'' ,hun "- fr
understood that tho latest local ,w Tumulo Creek. camping there for
assays show a value of between $8 'u"cn-
and $10 n ton. Some specimens' As a part of the day's program,
mil to 1'ortlnnd tuaayml J4.C0 n " wore Instructed by Mr. Dnrrh
ton, and were retried free milling. how to 'V ftr0 "' Uirt il '"
It is known that higher assays hnveono "intch Afu'r ,uncn lhty wcnt
been securvd. but due to the secrecy lwo m,,c UP U, Tumaloand picked
maintained the exnet figures can out tt 'laKtlT to lie erected in front
not bo ascertained, of their lodge, the old WornstnlT
,. , ., i. .. house on the river. The little
Several months ago, It now de- . , . , ,
. i i i i . . i ,i fellows took turn about carry ng the
velops, Carl Ladcwlg found the . , . .. , . ,
.,,.,, . . , Uii.foot stick home and were
first Kold-bcnrinjc quarts of cum I. .,,.,, . . .,
. , . ii i . ,i ' thorouwhly t red out when they got
merciul value. He Interested a . .,, , , ., . ,
wick. i enjoyeu wie inimp, now
ever, and are anxious to ko again,
COUNTY TO HELP CHARTER IS UP
Petition Hearing More Than 500
Name Presented lly the Develop
merit LeaKue Ri quest for An
other Fire Warden Denied
1'IUNKVIU.K, Aug. 8.The meet
Ing of the County Court which ter
minated today was chiefly notable
for the things the county executive
trio decided not to do.
Through Secretary Sawhlll of the
Voters Will Probably He Olvcn Chance
To Decide On What They Want
Special Meeting August 22
Tliree New Ordlnancts Read
At lost night's council meeting
und at the one held Thursday, the
chief subject of discussion was the
proposed city charter. Mnyor Coo,
Councilman Sellers and others pres
ent urged that two charters be pre
Centrul Oregon Development U'ugue sonUil to the voters, one embracing
IK'titlons bearing more than 000
signatures from all purts of the1
county were presented, asking that
the county appropilate $.'1,000 to
ward the establishment and main-
the present governmental system,
the other the commission form.
Iist night, on mction of Allen,
the city attorney was instructed to
revise the present proposed charter
tenanceortwo experiment furms, 1 1 be placed before the voters. No
the two interested railroads and the action was taken upon having a
Portland Commercial Club huving eornrniwion form drawn up. At
group of local men who gave him
tlirfmcinl backing and took claims,
which they planned to operate
under the group system, and named
them the "Golden Km." Their
icret work became known, and tbe
present rush resulted. It Is under
stood the backers of this original ,
enterprise were N. I. Smith, I-.. A.
Snther. V. ('. Cue, Thomas Tweet
and John Steidl.
IjimI year Mr. Steidl and others
found some valuable "flouts" in the
It is the intention of Mr. I-nra to
Uiku the Scouta to church in n body
one Sunday and on a hike the next.
A regular meeting of the patrols
was held nt the lodge Thursday
night and the lads were instructed
how to tie various kinds of knots.
A bank account was oxjned
yesterday by the Scout.
agreed to supply $0,000 for the
work, provided the county contribu
After considerable discussion the
court agreed to give
is to be used for a
station; the necessity for an Irri
gated farm was denied by the ma
jority of the court. Kills heartily
supiwrled a $3,000 appropriation.
tho next meeting, however, which
will be hold on Tuesday, August 22,
the matter will again be taken up,
and It Is believed that the advlsa-
$1,000. Tills hinty of having two charters presen
tly farming! ail, so that the voters may get ex
actly what they want, will be agreed
The indorecrs of this scheme main
tain that no delay whatever will be
TIIIKD CALL rOK I1IDS.
For the third time the Post
office Department has called
for bids for carrying the mail
between Culver and Bend, no
satisfactory offers having been
received In response to previous
calls. Bids must be in by Aug.
28 and the contract will be
awarded effective Sept. 18.
The schedule provided Is to
leave Culver after the arrival
of the train there every even
ing and arrive In Bend via Hill
man, Redmond and Laldlnw,
48 miles, in 11 hours. The
mall will leave here at 1 p. m.
dally. The contractor will be
required (o furnish a $11,000
bond. Mail will continue to
come from Culver by Prineville
till Sept. 18 and probably until
trains are running Into Bend.
ATTENTION CALLED TO
Agricultural Specimens Exhibited
of Great Benefit to Entire
Country and Will Encour.
a e c Development.
Uicc opposed any appropriation, (experienced by placing both char
Bayley favored the dry farm ex- u-ni to vote at the same time. One
iwodlture, but said he opposed ac- or the other, if properly drawn up,
tlon for Irrigation farm education w bo passed.
until he hail had opjwrtunity to in- Last night Sellers was absent.
I Allen and Aune opposed any con
sideration of the commission form.
Kelly favored ita presentation to
the voters. Caldwell said he knew
nothing about It, and wanted time
OPIINS OI'I'ICH IN I'Ukll.AM).
V. I). Nowlon, of the N'ewlor.-
Mime country. Including one nugget ' Koller Company, owners of WIos-
that was worth over $17. ,torlu, was hero over Saturday in
The location of the original claims i company with E. F. Turner and
Is a few miles south and west of the C. McConlgle of Minneapolis,
huadgatos on the Columbia Southern! Mr. Newton states that the latter
ditch, on tho Tumnlo. Tho rock ' Kontlcmcn probably will Income
formation is totally different from ' Interested In WIestoria proiwrty.
thnt encountered a few miles further The company opened offices in Port-
land last week nnd Is doing consider
(Continual on l.i I'm-.) , nblo pres.i advertising in that city.
The court was asked by the large
timber Interests, including t h e
Muellers, Shevlins, Scanlon-Gipson
and Bend Company, to appropriate
$zro lor an additional flro warden to Investigate before
during August und SeptomU-r. I whether or not to have
This it voted down.
Tho Prineville Commercial Club
wanted the county to bear two-
fifths of the expense of collecting
county exhibits for the county fair
and land shows,
slon form drawn
Three new ordinances were read
for the first time. One Is directed
against the distribution and posting
The court refused on treeU and public places of circu
! lars or handbills.
Sheriff Balfour rejiortcd the tax j The other two ordinances pro
rolls in very bad shape. Assessor vided for the granting of iHirnetual
franchises to the Bend Water Light
poles and wires and put the latter
For the next month only one po
lice officer will be employed. S. E.
Roberts was unanimously appointed.
His report on last month's business
shows $25 collected In fines, fees
and taxes. 4
Bills totaling $841.78 were paid.
BERRIES ARE FOUND
L. D. Wlest has Splendid Success
With Small Fruit on Farm Near
Uend-Oood Yield This Year.
The splendid success attained by
L. D. Wiest with his small fruit is
an interesting example of what may
be accomplished along this line In
the Bend country.
"Some of my currant bushes
yielded four gallons each," said Mr.
Wiest. "The full grown plants
averaged three gallons. 1 have the
Red Cross, Red Dutch, Perfection
Red and White Grape and Crandle
Tree wBlack .currants. All have
Those who are Interested In hav
ing good exhibits of agricultural
products at Bend urge that the local
farmers "get busy" and brlnir in
I samples, now that the harvest sea
1 son Is getting under way. s
f Attention Is called to the cash
prizes offered by tho Commercial
Club. As will be remembered,
through the generosity of the First
National Bank, $75 is to be distri
buted in prizes. These will be
awarded as follows:
$25 for the best sample of clover.
$10 for the best sample of al
falfa. $10 for the best sample of root
$10 for the best 'ample of assort
ed dry-land grains.
$10 for the best sample of assort
ed Irrigated grains.
To have good exhibits here, it Is
pointed out, will particularly benefit
the rancher, as it will help to show
what can be done on Deschutes
Valley lands, and by so doing and
encouraging others to development
work, will increase the value of the
ADDS TO EQUIPMENT
Bend Iiulletin Purchasea Large Modern
,By the purchase of a new Chand
ler & Price 0-inch paper cutter.
The Bulletin has equipped itshop
with the best that is to be had in
The Best Prophet of the
Future is the Past.
For more than 11 year Die Deschutes
Hiinkinfc & Trust Company of Bend
has meant "best" und is pleased to
place at the disposal of its customers
the facilities gained during this
period of continuous service and
grow tli, confidently believing it can
meet every requirement of the
Put Not Your Trust In Money
But Put Your Money in Trust.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
h. D. UAIUD, (Prescient) J. W. MASTKRS, (Vice President)
V, O. MINOR, (Secretary)
I.. D. IIAIItn, V, O. MINOR, S. V. DAIRD.
LnFollette was called in. His state
ment that everything was O. K.
wjh accepted, and no action- or in
I'Khl'AKIMI FOR SCHOOL.
With school opening loss than n
month off, on Sept. -I, preparations
are already being niiuk'fnr supply
ing the children's wnnts. In the
stationery and supply line, the lied
Cross Drug Store has placed an
order for a large stock nnd the
goods are now on the way.
& Power Co, to construct and opor
' ate water and light systems in Bend
proper and in l'ark, North and Cen
ter Additions. At the suggestion
loi me mayor, uoui ordinances win
be changed to include Lava Road,
Deschutes and probably other addi
tions, and it will be specified In the
light franchise that the city may at
any time it sees fit require the com
pany to change the location of its
done Well. On n fnir :flmntn mv
rmn h? v.;nr m,M .. ...,.. io i fta line, and one that will meet the
Wf J TV-4i-J lUIIUIVI VltVU
an acre, selling the currants at COc
lumbia red raspberries will go 2400 '
pounds to the acre, iiy three year 1
plants of Cumberland and Gregg
blnck r.-ins nn ilnincr sntnn.ti.11i ,
My gooseberries have demonstrated , k.now"' ?? ,Bull?tin wil.' be .the..n,y
what can be done in this line; 1 1
believe 2000 gallons to the acre
fair estimate of this '
requirements of a print shop, large
The Cuthbcrtand ( or sriuUI, almost Indefinitely.
ine cuiier is ueing insiaiieu mis
week. It will make possible quicker
and more economical handling of
this end of job work. So far as is
shop In the interior equipped with a
cutter of thl3 charactor.
ttuum uu uur esiimaie 01 mis; COUNTY FAIR OCTOUER II
seasons crop Crook rjoy FaJr at
hnt cni'nrol tiAila a...1a I
. , """ .7? """? ''"-Prineville will be held this year
have l)een busy picking the various jfrom 0clober t(J R ..
berries in the iest garden. The race purse3 w51 toUli about
!$2000. A feature of the fair will
W. W. Orcutt of the Homo Land be the exhibits, it being the desire
Co. opened an office today in the of the management that all sections
Rowlee Bldg., next to McCuiston's. of the country be represented.
) -kill I VrHy rr- 1 i gg
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Of nil kinds now on hmul. Finest
line of Cottage Doors in
Keep out that enemy of mankind,
the fly, with
The kind that you want is here nntf
the price js right.
Dr. U, O. COE Pr.lld.nl e A BATHER. Vic. Prold.nl
O. 8. HUDSON. C.hl.r
Capital fully paid . . . 36.000
Stockholder' liability 2B.OOO
Burplut .... . as, OOO
Siivef money by buying your shovels
pitchforks, stoves, nails and other
hardware at the store of
N. P. Smith
Who Grants the Favor?
CJ WE ask you to become a depositor at this
bank, thereby asking you to do us a favor;
but at the same time we ask the privilege of
rendering you a valuable service.
f 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 advistfr; and, if necessity arises,
of extending you eredit and helping you in
every way we can, both as friend and banker.
YOU will find it very advantageous to ac
u cept our invitation to become a customer
of this bank.
TE FIKST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C, COK B. A. SATlirR C. S. IIUDSON
V. F. SMITH II. C. KM.IS