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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1911)
The bend bulletin.
J1KNI). OUKHON. WKDNKSIMY. NOV 8. mil.
BETTER LIGHTSSHIP LIIIAER'HAILMUST CONTINUE
TOWN IS ASTIR STOCK STREAM
TO GO BY SLOW STAGE
NEW ARCS FOR Till:
FIRST CARLOAD SENT1
OUT MONDAY i
MANY PEOPLE COMING, STEELHEAD SALMON
INTO BEND , TROUT IN DESCHUTES
llrnil Will Ho Mmle the lltf.t Lighted
Town In I hlit Part of SlAlo-llrllllnnl
N hlle Lights lo Replace I hone Now
In l'o Now I'dlo Line Hclng Hullt
llend will bo thu bunt lighted city
In all (Viitrnl Oregon within a short
DcMlitntlnoU Redmond, nnd Consignor
the Urn J llrlck A Lumber Co.- I Jrglu-
nlngtif (irent Industry for IliU lown
tlrlck Making Machinery Arrive
Tin firMt lumber ever uhlpped out
of Ilcntl wan n carload lot over tin
.lino Now street IlKlitM. each of n ()-'K Trunk Monday inoriiliiK.
,,,,,. .... i it ho consignor was tho Homl MrleK
llllllll'' Vt VI "ft t"WU T1VJV I-VVI1VI
h tin Mend Water, Light & l'owur
last week anil will bo Installed
Tin' fourteen arc lights now In
', which glvu each a cnudlopowor
Government Redlape Enthralls Bend",""""Tr.meiu.vy During it
t cck rui'unc wars ui fvcijiii ic"
Cfiusi rnr Useless Delav and Loss ceived-work n.gun on iworm
nil Warehouse Draymen Ilusy
to the People Mere "Nigger
in the Woodpile," it Seems.
..f imi ir aim, will Im loplneod liy
tlicM new iiiiim, greatly Increasing
tin- amount of light on (ho street.
, Tin- now InintM aro known an (J. K.
Magnetite ami give ii strong white
light Thu olil onus Imvo boon rout
ing tln rliy $U a month each. The
t rhiirgx for the now on on will ho $K.
Tin' IK now latiiim owt tho electric
.company :i,OW). Kuir extra wont
nlcrril iwi hk to have them on lutml
t whenever they are noodod.
Heretofore the ntrcut wiring wan
n the Mime switch with tho bind-iH-MM
ImuM'M ami ronliloncoN nnil tho
.mly h to cut oir tho street light
was in go to oncIi one. The town
hint boon rewired ami tho now light
' will lie turned olf ami mi hy a
switch at the M.wur houvu.
HoleH have leoii dug fr n now
VS line of Hilen on Fir ami llvorgreun
I H CHUCK
CHANGE IN MANAGER.
' (lcorge Jones Retire I'rnm Warehouse
Company, W. II. Ilentlcy Succeeding
Having illnxHxl of his IntoriMt in
the Joihs Warehouse Co.. (ioorgo
' A Jones, who Iihn boon manager of
the company, hint retired ami is sue
reeded hy W. II. Ilontloy. formerly
of Klmniko. Mr. Ilontloy was long
' c innected with tho Moody ware
li'iiiM ami the exKirienro make
1 h.m one of the host warehouse men
in Central Oregon. Ho is nlso wnll
' aciualnteil with tho busl.iot men
of this Hirt of tho State, which will
' greatly aiil him in handling their
freight through tho local warehouse.
A M l'ringlo will Ih assistant
manager of tho co.nwmy, having
' charge of the platform. Tho com
pnny will hereafter ho known lot tho
1 I'nited WurehotiHU Co.
Among tho local business men,
the past week has been one of the
liUHioHt ever known in Rend. Freight
In-gan to arrive hy railway (aMt
Wednesday and up to this morning
51 carloads had been received over
the two roads. About fifteen have
luien unloaded. Tho gool are taken
Chief Deputy (lame Warden Drought
33,000 Vry to Htnd Monday Night
and I'lsced Them In River Oihers
to be Supplied Next Year
!)...... .... ui.. .w... :..... i .. ..........,., .. iiln
& I.umlMjr Co. and the conHlKiiee It. j i-iiiihi.i ......w, iuutm tl,y, c cm
c. Immelo, a Kiilmomi lumber o'clock this niiurnoon Irom the superintendent of
,ltJ,,,r- rallwxiy mtill service at Spokane, saying that all
't'l... ulttikttiiittl t I'll hi Ififiitiiil ill II
lint tar which IiioukIiI to llend hiall from the IJeiltl postofflcc must be Sent OUt by direct from the earn ami delivered
brick making machinery for the stae, although It has been KoliiROut ever since lnstit!,lhtf c"lnw"' """tl frc
i, . I. . i. , i n i . . . . uie wayblllit aro recoiyoo owing to
llend llrlck : LuiiiImt Lo. I hi r .,, ,IV mnrnlmr hv Inn. Nn renmin w infever .. ......... . ....... , ......
j r --j -.-. UM. urnuni nemHnii ior supinioii.
why the anti(tiated system should be reverted to is The gasoline and coal oil famine
Klvcii. It is presumed that the cause for the con- ttW?' hM i-v-alld for Kvorai
, . . , , , weekn now had not yet been relieved
tinuance of the horse service is nothing more than u,u morning, only a few enwaof
Government redtape, although it is believed that each fuel having been received by
there is a "nigger in the woodpile" that is partly re- lhc d!c an1 ' '"K niM
sponsible for it. Work wan Btarted Monday morn-
Whether the mail Will Come in tonight OI1 the ing by Contractor White on tho
train could not be learned by Air. Minor, but it is f'Kht warehou.. and lie expocu.
,.,.,, ... , . . ee . r- , . to have it completeil in thirty days.
presumed that it will be dumped off at Culver, hauled Thu fourMlalion wiM hii ccrtt.
coiisIsIihI of a Miwer Jireirt molding
machine and a miwit winder, to
gether with forniM ami other brick
yard matorlal. Tho coiiiHiny will
begin making brick with this
machlneiy not later than Feb. I.
In the carload of lumber wan 2.
1100 feet. It consisted of ceiling.
Mooring. 1x12 and Ixl! surfaced,
and common rough, l'hotiw of the
car were taken by Seward &
Heretofore all lumber cut at the aroum ,y prI,lc C and get here
m,,ny'M ...III n mile ami ' dcay j scndng and receiving mail
tomorrow, i ne pirs. Alwut 25 men will be em-
lay in sending and receiving mail will cause the ployud. Work on the roundhouse
local business men much trouble and loss. will be begun the last of this week.
Postmaster Minor is also uncertain whether let- The 0,ml City i!atform ,iajJ lon
made regularly, a tiumlMir of other ters dropped into the railway postoffice on the train noren ttorK ' "Ul nK ,l
ii i i i i ii iii u j i ii At ii up wan started yostordny. Uy to
ordern having already Ix-en iMMiktii would be dispatched by the clerks. ... i. ...mi". i.!,. , ...
... nun iiu ii u 1 1 1 iif linn i mill riHiiiv
'I he change will not affect the time of arrival of for freight to be unloaded on it. It
Portland newspapers which are sent out by express, is being erected juBtacn the track
from the water tank.
DRIVE 525 MILES VEHICLE OVERTURNED I'M"" traffic has been heavy
since the first train got in. An
llend Sportsmen Make Long Trip lo . H. Ilcnilry and Family Have We- average of 'M tickets a day have
southeast of town has lieen marketed
locally, but Manager A. II. Horn
says that rail shipmentM will be
from outside .mint. The mill it
now running at full caimeity to
supply the incnwHod demand for
building material wince the coming
of thu railroad to Homl.
ItUV ItUSIMISS COUMIU
II. A. Miller and I). M. Davis
have bought lota 1 and 2, block 8,
II. Jontloy, wife and
Fifteen llend men in three nutott W.
from the Central Oregon Irrigation i traveltil R2 miles to hunt fluckH j chiltlron had an exciting ride last
Co. This U tho corner on which is over the week-end. I hoy left here' wwk fmm snn0 t Jun
locatiil the Irrigation company's Saturday, going to llurtw. Huuna,
olllcos. It will .novo to IJhuU Vista. The Narrows and other Har-,ton' on '"-' Oregon Trunk, and
MMlun nlmut Dec. 1. where it will ney munty ilnrui. returning Imtj'ir imiiio from serious injur
make it hoHiliiuartont. UIh tinder- night. Fowl wore plentiful, they whs remarkable,
stood that the purchase price of the iki. and several scks full of ducks I h KOing down a hill the driver
corner was alxmt $8,000. ' were brought homo. Tho view of .t the horsou got boyo.nl control
the immense inland country wtu. as Hnd the rig was overturned. The
IIAM.IIV SAYS UoaO IS (loot) great iw the sjKirt of sliiHiting duckn lientleys were thrown out ami tho
William Hnnleyof Hums sH'iit in the marsJios. j vehicle foil over on thorn. The two
Momlay night in Homl, on his way The following made tho trip: A. j chiltlron wore caught beneath Un
to Portland. Ho was accompanied' I- French. II. J. Douglas, Fret! baggage carried but escaped with-
leon sold here, and it is estimated
' that twice as many people are com
ing in as going out. From the 1st
up to this morning a total of 3G0
registrations nre shown on the
registers of the hotels.
S.VtOKUR TOMORROW l-VliMM).
There will be n "smoker" at the
Commercial Club rooms tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock sharp. Several
matters of importance are to
by his family. Mr. Ilunley wild the Ireland. Iharlos Hunter, John Mn
road between Hums and Hunti Is in or. II. Stunts, Prince Stunts,
gotxl condition. He also stated It. M. bmitli. u. M. rattorson, &. J.
that ho would probably make his Spencer. J. N. Hunter. Larl Hunter.
cattle shipments next spring from D. M. Davis. Joe Innes and Sam
out so mucn as a nruise. .ir.'wi play the Crook County
Kentley a hand was hurt, otliorwUe school at I'rineville Saturdny
FOOTBALL (JA.MU SAtUROAY
Tlie High School football team
no one was injured
The family will roside here, Mr.
Hentley being manager of the United
boys will go to Redmond by rail
Saturday morning and from there
to the county sent by stage, return
The Deschutos river today con
tains :ir,000 more fish than it did on
Monday. The reason for the rapid
increase Is that .'15 cans of fish fry
were placed In the stream Monday
night by State officials.
Chief Deputy Came Warden T. J.
Craig and Assfctant H. W. Trem
bath arrived Monday evening with
the young fish ami the vessels con
taining them were at once loaded
on a truck and taken to the Sisc
more place above town w here they
were liberated. The fish are steel
head salmon trout and wore brought
from the Clackamas hatchory. The
shipmont came through unusually
well, none of the little fish dying.
They are very small now but In a
year's time will be from six to
oight inches long. Whon they have
attained their growth they weigh
six or seven poumls.
Mr. Craig assured Secretary Saw
hill of the Commercial Club that
next spring 50,000 Eastern brook
trout would be brought here to
stock the river, the fry being too
small to turn loose In the open
stream now. He also said that
enough lake trout to stock Paulina
lake would be furnished by the
state if transportation for them
from Bend to the lake wa3
Messrs Craig and Trombath left
COAL FOR UliND COUNTRY
The first car of coal for the Bend
country has been ordered by the
Overturf-Davis-Miller Co. from Rock
Springs, Wyo., and will probably be
received next weok. The coal from
Rock Springs is said to be the best
used on the Pacific Coast. It will
be sold here for 11 a ton, at the
WOOD.MliN (HVliN SURi'RISU
The Modern Woodmon of America
were given a pleasant surprise Ia3t
night by the Royal Neighbors. The
ladies, with many good things to
ent, appeared before the lodge
adjourned and the rest of the even
ing was spent In social session.
ing home the same way that There was music and games, ending
evening. ! with a bountiful spread.
HE GOT THE JOB
A young man hnvlng applied to a wholesale
house for a position recently found himself before
tho manager for examination. "Have you n bank
nccount?" was his first question. "I have," wns
tho reply. "Ixit me boo your bank book," was the
next request. After gloncing over it and noting
thu long list of regular, though small deposits, he
said: "Young mnn, you aro engaged, and I want
to compliment you on your saving ability. I always
insist ujon employing only men who have tho good
sense to aavo their money," Wo Invite every
young man In this community to open an nccount at
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend. Oregon
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
I,. H. HAIRD, (rre.ldent) J. W. MASTUKS, (Vice President)
1. O. MINOR, (Secretary)
I D. BAIItD, V. O. MINOR, S. V. DAIRD.
Full Stock of
You Will Always
STOVES, RANOES, HEATERS.
The kind that has been sold to
for 08 Yenrs.
Refore You Buy Hardware See
N. P. Smith
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. OOC. Pr.tld.nl C. A. BATHER. Vic. Prttld.nl
O.S HUDSON, Caihl.r
Capital fullr paid 25,0OO
Stockholder.1 liability 2B.0O0
8urplut .... . 90.000
We Have Money
To Loan on Cattle.
Why not feed your hay and grain to
stock, thereby getting the profit
on both the hay and stock?
J, J. Hill says the fortllixer kept on the farm by homo
feeding Is worth one-third ot tho value of tho feed con
sumed. Our new land needs this fertll'zer.
Farmers who aro prepared to properly care for cattle
can obtain the money from us on ix months' tlmo and se
cure a renewal fur an additional six months If tho stock
has had proper attention.
Think ll over and consult us as to the details.
lEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. COM U. A. SATJUR C. S. HUDSON
F. V. SMITH U. C. 15LU3