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THE BEND BULLETIN.
IJKNI). OREGON, WKIJNESDAY. NOV. 1, 1011.
YOUNG PEOPLE CELE
I'rl.cllU Club of Olrli Have Much Tun
t l.ticm llimie Columei Worn
Sattt to Have lleen Mtut (lroteiue
Mlgh School Studenta Have Carly
Tho Ilnllowo'vn in'iuton in Hcml
riMiidiir to iiukns
"lllll" llanlcy of HurriH Iiiih
wired to Itcnil that ho Iiiih a
itlilpniunt of freight for IiIh
riincli which ho wnrilH loiulcil
out on thu llrHt mito-ti u -kit
that leave hero for tin) lltirncy
county wnt-. There Ih a largo
amount of Kootlit on the way
hen which him been tied up
awaiting vxtciiHlon of norvico
ntylu. I'lutcH were Inlil for 1810
wan onu of much hilarity nmonir tho ScouDt. Mr. Ijirnnnd AUVrt Dorrln,
Another Joiiy iiniinwewi nllulr
wait given hy the girlit of the 1 1 fkrli
FIRST REGULAR TRAIN LAST NIGHT
Daily Passenger and Freight Service In
auguratedTwo Roads Use Same
Train-Fast Freight Tonight.
young irmipIc, purlieu bulng
hint night and Monday night.
At tho homu of Mih. A. C. I.ucax
Monday evening the i'rincilla Cluh,
ctnnpowil excluitlvely of girlit, held
high jinx, iviteh of tho eighteen
young women who attended cauiu
in I'imtiilue, and it Ih wild that Home
of Ilium wero "K'ifect flight,"
meaning that they wero .more
comical looking than clovvnit. MIwwh
Anne Markel and Marion Vlcnl
niado (he grunti'it hit of the even
ing. It In retried, in their make-up
iw Mm. Wlggit of tho t'ahhngc
Patch and Iivuy Mary. Other
churacterH rupnwontttl included an
Indian npiaw, gyiHliHt, wltchwt,
little girlit and even u hridu and
groom. Who the groom wiui In a
profound "necrot." 'file uvuiiing'
unttirtulnnumt wan varied and every
moment there wait ttoinothlng new
to make thorn; prtwfiit laugh. 'I'wo
hoy In gluwtly attire made thlngit
lively hy dipping into tho forbidden
Tho rrlncilln Cluh wan recently
nrgnnixtsl and meeU every Tuuwlny
ovonlng it the home of a mumlier.
I'mliroldery work, rowing nd chat
ting make up the ovonlng's pro
Krain. It in unlil that more mention
of mere man by unyono of the girl.
lirlngit "lH her head a enulty in
the r-lmtH of a fine. It Is reported,
however, that a man wan given the
honor of naming the chili. Tho
following voting ladled are memlieni:
Kthel Itorilon, Kara Shouite, Kthel
HolmeM, KatherineTroutner, Mnudo
Vandevurt, Martha .Sidner, Cornelia
Wlliton, Angle Young, Anne, Nell
and (iertrude Markel, Marion and
Pauline Wlnnt. Metln C'nutle. Arrie
lllnck, Pearl Cornett, Iva Wont and
On Monday evening nlito the Hoy
ScoutH had an evening of fun. They
met at the lodge and played games
and ttiok part in varioiiH content
till about H::i() o'clock. Then they
adjourned to the homu of Scout
MaHler Ijira for refreshment. The
table wan ilerorateil in Hallowe'en
.School hut night at the Wiet home
It wan nttt'iiiletl by tho boyH and
girl of the High School. The eve
ning' entertainment comdHted of
game, fortune telling, mini c and
general jollity HefrehmenUt were
nerved, and after the party nearly
all attended the Hallowe'en ball
given at l.innter' Hall
PRANKERS LOCKED UP
Several lUiya Malting 1 rouble (let Into
I rouble llicninelvci.
'Hie iinual Hal low e'en prankcrs
were abroad hint night, making
trouble. Some of them found
trouble themitelvo'i, however, being
taken Into cuittody by Night Olllcer
lirown and given n chance to reent
their miiichicf-maklng in the lockup.
The only apparently mallciou
work no far ruinirtetl wan the cut-1
ting up of a net of hart) on for L.
C. Fleming and n net for Frctl Van
Matre. A few olwtructlontt were
placed in the ntreet at various
placu and other like mlnchief done.
TWO FARMS NAMED
The flrt regular pawtenger train
Into Head arrived lust night at 8:G5
o'clock, and wa greetetl by n crowd
of novernl hundred people who had
gathered at the depot. Many
other would have lieen there hut
for the fact that Agent Cornell had
received a mcivuige in the afternoon
Portland, $7.IC; Spokane, $12.GG;
Contract for building the freight
warehouse and roundhouse here wo
let Saturday to Peter White of
Portland. Several Bend contractor
put in bid.
The warehouse will be 208 feet
long and fiO feet wide. It will be a
IteductionN were made on the
amumwl valuation of real
estate in all the largest town
of the county by the Board of
Equalization, which concluded
it Remions at Prineville lust
week. Judge Ellis, a member
of the board, nay the reduc
tions were on the land and not
on the improvement. Several
person appeared before the
equalizer to ask that changes
be mode. The approximate
valuation figures for the four
largest town are: Prineville,
$1 00.000; Bend, $85,000; Itetl
USUI B 0
JURY ACQUITS McCAL
that the train would not come
through until tonight. Thl wiw HiibHtnntially built frame Btructure, G. P. PUTNAM MARRIED
changed later and It got In only '20 witli maple lloor. There will bent
minute later than nchedulutl time, large room for freight for interior iUend ,Man and Connecticut (llrl Wed-
The run wa made from lUilmond town, which will be handled by the1 , Ucd Lant Ihuisdny.
In fit) minute. Engineer Dixon Jone Warehouse Co.; room for At Sound Beach, Conn., the home
wiutntthe throttle and Conductor local good, and neveral other de- of thc ori(lc' G- ' Putnam and Miss
Ceorge Burke in charge. The train ' partment. It and the roundhouse j Dorthy Kinney were married loat
wa pomptt4tl of nix coticho. It I j will cost about $11,000. jThurhday, October 20. Mr. and
a joint Oregon Trunk and Deschute Coal for fuel in Bend will now b.iMr8- I'utnam will start upon their
Itnilvvuy train. Both road will ' pomihlv. The rate from Kockreturn iourny t0 1nd early in
operate In thl manner between j Spring, Wyo.. the bone of most of November, coming to the Pacific
Oefeme Establishes Plea of Self-do-feme
Riley (liven Indeterminate
Sentence of One to TKleen Years
Longest Term In Court's History
the Oregon supply, will bo $6.60 n p-nsi wy 0I nama, Air. rut
ton to Madraand $Cnton to Bend.,nam MnK commissioned to prepare
From Centralia. Wtuh., to Bend the.nrticlos rKarding the Panama Canal
rate will be $1.75 n ton. for thc Portland Oregonian and
'Die lumber rntes from Bend to olher publications both on the Coast
here and MetoliuH, and from that
ntation on each using it own track.
The first regular train out of
Bend left at Ii:l5 this morning,
carrying -12 paatengers. Thc first
ticket sold here wa to J. J. Hi ley
of Portlantl and it wa to Portland.
No United State mail wa
brought in on the train last night
or went out tills morning, and it is ' "dice has been let to the Wenandy i of letters dealing with the canal and
ntill unknown vv hen the change will I Livery Co. , '? 'wn , .I'ac,fic .
Eiuttern Kiint will lie the name as ", ine f . ' ...
, t, ,, i ,. , . . , In connection with the Bouthern
from Portland, it i stated. !trpt e Bu,etI1 of wWch M.
The contract for carrying the Putnam is publisher, will be sup
mall between the depot nnd tiost- plied by him with n complete series
Crook Rancher Have Not Taken
vantage of Stale Law,
go into effect. The mail car wo
brought on through and Icttum can
be droped in and go out a day
quicker than by the stage.
The Oregon Trunk train will leave
here at (1:110 a. m. and arrive at
Owner of rnnche In Crdok i-wiurWKo at IMS p. m connecting
county have not yet shown muchim, w"n wo'u init irain no.
Interest in tho Slate law under I" - c"ck, arriving nt Portland at
ivhlrh th.-v mnv ntrlstvr the mime . ( P- "' Poshenger may leave
of their tnjrm and thereby have ex
clusive use of that name. Inuuiry
of the county clerk at Prineville re- iT- nt FnllbrldRo at 1:10 p. m. Me-
Not only will auto-trucks haul
frnltrlit In Ttlirna frntn ILiml )inf In
? ' ...... ..V... v...., UMV ll
other interior towns as well. The
Silver Ijikc Leader says F. F. Finn
nnd C. B. Melnne have nbandoned
a route in Nevnda to try
Oregon nnd will oonite a
cars between Silver Lake nnd this
place, using two car. They expect
to make two trijw a week, carrying
two tons to the trip. They have
specially prepared for this paper.
Portland on the return nt 8:20 or promise of enough freight to keep
9:66 n. m.. connecting with the O. t w,im U"S "" W1.nar '.l B!nle!,!
ine iii 8i. treiKin iniiii 13 uue nerc
tonight nt 8:45. The schedule calls
nurs nvii-YUAR curtificatu
Miss JIartha Sidner, primary
teacher in the Bend school, last
week received from the State
Central I Superintendent Alderman a five-
I .. a 1 f .!. r. .
line of u-'ucneni ceruncaie. ane uiu
nui naiv 10 nuinu uny examinations,
her record in Nebraska standing in
lieu thereof. Miss Sidner is re
garded as one of the best teachers
the local school ever had.
LOSG MONEY ON FAIR
According to the Prineville
veals the fact that only two farm tnu will be reacheti at u:0 nnd n for it departure at 12:45 a. m.j Journal, a trial balance of the books
names have no far been filed. Those -'"lnut stop made for supper. 'daily. Both roads will use the of the First Central Oregon Agri
arotheUonita of M. A. Lohrman ' e train is due at Bend nt 8:35 aune freight train to Metolius J1'1"1 r,eVi!l,S the f1
, ., , , 1, , . 1 n m I T" "rat express package billed that the expenses of thc recent fair
and Council Bulge Band, of Dan .P-"- 'out from Bend was by H.J. Egglos-, at the county scat exceeded the re-
Catlow. I Whenever there nre passenger ton, it being nddrossed to MrsJcelpta by nearly $1000. Premium
Many owner of farm bnve given for the East, North Bank train No. Eggleston's father, Gus Bartnmn, 'checks and other bills are being held
them nnmmi, but utile they make - for SKikane nnd jwinta fost will t Portlnnd. j up until the nmount necessary to
registration with the county clerk ' be held to connect with the Oregon I There will Iw two telegraph opcr- cover the indebtedness is raised.
, . ... iv..b ntor8 here, Messrs Nicholson and
Homo one else may apply the name Trunk. ICorrigan. The telegraph ollice will START WORK ON UUILUINO.
name to his farm and hold it ex-' The local passenger fares from be open from ti a. m. to 9 p. m. for Work on a new building to occu
clusivoly by registering it. The ' Bend will be a follows: Deschutos, ' commercial business. The freight py the site of the one they lost by
advantage to bo derived from a 20c; Bcdmond. 60c; Terrebonne ' 0,lico wi" lw 1en from 8 n-' to fire three weeks ngo has been started
distinctive name for a ranch are fr.,-m..-K. imi.....ni . ni n. p. m. Agent Corbet t nnd Assist-' by Myers & Wilkey. on Bond street.
many, but a yet It muiim that .. . Piil' tl ,.'.,',,,' -. , t Brown will have charge of nil It will be n frnme structure of about
Crook county farmer are not alive . .', " ' 1,l:. , .' 'l,"ft' the ticket, express nnd local freight the same dimensions as the building
to thi fact. Mniira. $1.85; The Dalkw, $-1.95; I businow for both roads. detroti.
Prikeviixk, Oct. 31. After be
ing in session more than two weeks,
thc longest term in thc history of
thc county, the Circuit Court ad
journed Monday. Thc Biley and
Robinson murder cases consumed
nearly a week.
A verdict of acquittal was rend
ered in the case charging Ernest
Bobinson with thc murder of Lewis
McCallister. The chief witness for
the " defense was Bobinson' sister,
who was the only eye-witness to the
shooting. Self-defense was pleaded
by Bobinson. The jury was out
Judge Bradshavv sentenced J. L.
Riley, slayer of Louie Long, to a
term of from one to fifteen years in
the State prison.
B. B. Gould, who brought action
against Henry Linster to collect on
a note, was given judgmont for the
full amount, $310.30, with costs.
Vernon A. Forbes represented thc
plaintiff and Judge A. S. Bennett
of The Dalles the defendant. Mr.
Forbes received many compliments
in winning over such an able
attorney as Judge Bennett.
The case of H. J. Overturf vs.
Henry Linster, to coliect on a note,
was taken under advisement by tho
court on a point of law raised by
the defendant. The attorneys are
to file briefs and the case will bo
heard next May if the court sus
tains the defendant.
On motion of Attorney Forbes
for thc defendant, thc case of J. A.
Elliott vs. Harvey Winslow, appeal
ed from Bend by the plaintiff, wa3
White Motor Car Co. vs. D. L.
Peterson of La Pine continued till
OI'UN BOND STREET
Hunter & Staats, owners of Des
chutes Addition,' have had Bond
street opened ontirely through the
addition. This gives a more direct
route to that part of town. The
street has been cloared of rock and
a smooth trail made for vehicles.
Sidewalks have been laid recently
for several blocks along this street,
HE GOT THE JOB
A young man having applied ton wholetwilu
Iiouko for a poilioii tecuntly found himxolf before
the managur for examination. "Have you n bank
account?" wa hi first quostion. "I have," wa
tho reply. "IajI mo nee your bank book," wa the
next lcquont. After gh'ticing over it and noting
the long lint of regular, though munll deposit, he
mild: "Young man, you are engaged, nnd I want
to compllmunt you on your wiving ability. I always
insUt upon employing only men who have the good
houko to navo their money." We invite ovory
young man in this community to open 1111 account at
Full Stock of j
j BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
IKe First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
"Conservative Banking for Conservative Peoplo."
!,. II. IIA1UI), (I'retldent) J. W. MASTHRS, (Vice I're.lilcut)
V, O. MINOR, (Secretary)
I) t h it C T o r s;
L. n. DAIIII), 1'. O. MINOR, S. V. ilAIRD.
Yon Will Always
STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS.
The kind that litis been sold to
SATISFIED CUSTOM E H S
for (1 Years.
llefore Yott Uuy Hardware See
Or. U. O. COE HroU.nt E A SATHtH, Vlc PrIUnt
O 8 HUDSON, Cthl.r
Capital fullr paid . . 5S.OOO
bliKkhotU.r liability tJS.OOO
8urplut .... . $0 000
N. P. Smith
We Have Money
To Loan on Cattle.
Why not feed your hay nnd grain to
stock, thereby getting the proiit
on both the hay and stock?
.T. J. II ill xa.vs tho fertUUoi' kept on tho farm by homo
feeding I woith ontMhlnl of tho value of tho fuqd eon
burned. Our now luml uouls this fei tll'.ut'.
Km mors who ni'o propuml to properly caio for cattlo
can obtain tho money from us on six numtlw' time unit so
euro u lenowal for an mldlUonnl six months If tho stook
hits hud proper attention.
Think it over nnd consult us us to tho details.
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
O. C. COR K. A. SATHER C. 3. HUDSON
' P. F. SMITH H. C. BM.IS