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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1911)
The bend bulletin.
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: PAY TOO MEAGER
MAIL CONTINUES TO
COA1I2 IJY STAGE
(loterriiiirnl mid Oregon Trunk llnvn
Hern Unable In Aicrco on Tornt for
Carrying I'ouchm lletwecn lleml
mill 0ml CIIVAproi.li Mmlo
Ilcnil I'ontimiim to ot Km mall liy
ittJW from Culver bccaimo the
l'oHtiilllcn Department and thu Ore-
K'oii Trunk Uallwny havo nut coiiiij
to tortiiM ait to tho amount thu mail
n)iall rcculvu for liauliiiK Uu mail
la'twci'ii hero ami Opal City.
In reply to a toloKrum nonl Nov.
a, l'ocliiuutur Minor yoatorduy ro
ci'lvi'il a letter from Second Attaint
ant l'tintmwttor (Senornl Jowtpb
Stewart iuiyinf "an ollor of tho
maximum rate nllowalilo under thu
law for tho cliuw of mirvlco ban
Ixi'ti wired to thu company, and an
t rnnin iw Ita acceptance hiui leen ro
celvetl mnll norvlco over wdd lino of
nillrond will Ihi extended from Opal
City to Hond, OreKon."
It la unduratood that thU offer (a
uniuitliifctory to tho rond Inasmuch
nit it muit imy for tho tranifcr of
mnll between Uio depot and pout
Tho Commercial Club has taken
tho matter up with President Gray
and has also wired Senator
Tho Hullotln today wired Senator
JHourno as follows:
'J "On behalf of people of Ilcnd, wo
'uro you to two your Influence to
' have mall come In and leave llond
by train. Your constituents hero
art IndiKnnnt that they must sulTcr
delay and Ion by continued handling
of malls by slow staire. l'rompt
iittention to this matter will hu duly
nplirecinti.il by citizens hero."
I WO PASfcllMilllt 'MAINS
I'nr ono lliiio, I loud had two
puiweiwr trains to mrlvu thu sntui
day. Sunday tho O-W. It. & N,
train from Thu Dallos to Motolius
was iikm'ii lliim two hours lal.t and
thu Oiokoii Trunk train did not
wall on it and arrivitd hure on time.
In order to ki.'I Its piiMHinKors hure,
tho O-W. I. & N. ran a social from
Mutollus which arrived hero about
11 o'clock. Monday morning the
trains wuro combininl, koImk out as
a double header.
MMtlllHUN I.AKU "WHr"
Hii.vku I.AKK, Nov. 12,-j-In the
election in northern Jjiko county
last Tuesday thu wets" won.
AmonK the towns voting for open
saloons were I'lilsley, Fort Itock,
Krumtint and Summer ljike.
Chorus of About JO Voices to (live
A musical concert will Imj given
BULLETIN BUYS MACHINE
THAT WILL SET ITS TYPE
Latest Alodcl Linotype Will He Installed About Lust of Year
Alnchinc Will Complete liquipmcnt of the Plant, (Making it
One of the Most Up-To'Date in Eastern Orej;on
NkwYokk, Nov. M, 1911
U. N. Iloirmnrt,
Have completed arrariKumunts for purchase of linotype for The
Ilullelin. New model 10 Murganthalur which we buy is the finest type
setting machine made, and will lie tho only ono of its kind In Oregon or
Washington. It will bo installed probably in December, juslaa soon as
delivery can Imj made from factory.
(Signed) G. P. PUTNAM.
Tho abovo message from Mr. Putnam, proprietor of The Bulletin,
announces a progressive stop In tho conduct of this paper which not only
will vastly Increase ILh scorn; and efficiency in the news field, but will
publication of a dally. Now Uwtf.
thu plant is able to handle it, It is
probable that a daily issue will be
launched In the near futuro. Cer
tainly n soml-weokly Issue will bo
inaugurated, should it soom prema
ture to attempt a daily.
As soon us tho now machine is
Installed And or' rating satisfac
torily, the size of The Bulletin will
SHIP OUT CREAM
FARMERS SEND IT TO
at Linstor's Hall Wednesday evening, i, inco lU plant in a position to handle all kinds of extensive job work
SOB1ESK1 NOVEMBER 24
Lecturer Will Heturn to fill
Which lie MUsei)
Col. John Sobiuski, tho lecturer,
who recently missed his date hero in
the lycoum course, will bo in Bend
I . t. ( I .. V, .1, tf til
n rntiiiy, any. -i. no win com
Ino two lecturos, "Russian Prisons
and Silwrlnn ICxilos" nnd that on
Poland, giving a double treat to his
ttudioniv. Single tickets for tho
evening will bo fiOc, on sale at tho
On Due. -1 the Ulcketts, musical
ntcrtaliicrs, will npenr here as tho
tK'cond numlwr in tho courso under
the auspici's of thu "Whatsoovers."
Nov. 2D, by tho Ik'hI talent in Bend
Tlieru will 1)0 a chorus of about 210
mixed vojees, and tho program will
present both vocal and Instrumental
numbers. The entertainment will
bo under the direction of Mrs. Z.
W. Undborg, assisted by C. II.
Tho best singers of Bend have been
secured to take part, nnd no time Is
being spared rehearsing tho selec
tions chosen for tho evening. Tho
proceeds derived from tho concert
will bo used in paying for chairs
recently bought by the Methodists
for tho hall they are using.
It was nt first intended to give
tho concert Nov. 2-1, but owing to
thu Sobieski lecture then the musical .
was iMMtponed, I
PROJECTS AT STAKE'
Desert Board to Consider Crook
Next week tho Desert Ijind Board
at Salem will consider reclamation
projects under tho Carey act. The
Columbia Southern project will re
ceive attention Nov. 21 and the
Central Oregon Irrigation Co. segre
gation Nov. 22. A Salem dispatch
says: "Governor West said today
that ho has a plan to submit relative
to tho C. 0. I. Co. which hu believes
will take caro of Uio settlers and
assure ample water if it is shown
that that company is unable to de
liver the goods and live up to the
requirements of tho Statu Board."
Wo have for sale a second hand
Chnllengu 111 inch pnor cutter. Big
bargain. Tho Bend Bulletin, tf
speedily and with prices eual to those obtainable in any Coast city.
The Mergunthaler linotypes, the latest model of which The Bulletin
Is securing, are Uie world's greatest typesetting machines. They are
used by tho metropolitan press of the country. The purchase of n (3,000
MODHLNo. 10 MHKdANrilALtiU LINOTYPE WHICH RULLII
TIN tIAS IIOUOMT FOR HARLV DHLIVHRY
OI'liRATOR SETTINO TYI'C ON
MOt)CL 10 LINOTYPE
be increased materially. The
special advantage of the new equip
ment will be the possibility of get
ting the latest news quickly into
type. With hand composition and
limited labor facilities, most small
papers are compelled either to omit
entirely the late news of press day
or to boll it down" to very un
The "Model 10" is operated en
tirely by one man. The slight
motive power it requires about
one-third of a horsepower Is sup
plied by a special electric motor.
As indicated in the accompanying
illustrations, the operator uses a
keyboard very similar to that of a
typewriter. When the keya are
touched, the corresponding piece of
type is cast from a tank of molten
metal, and properly spaced, punctu
ated and arranged, is automatically
passed from the machine to a galley,
from which the set type is trans
ferred to the "stone" and the
presses. After use tho type, or
"metal", is remelted. The "Model
10" has. a wide scope, of type faces,
and besides being specially adapted
to rapid newspaper composition, can
set up two-face Ecml-dlsplay adver
tising and booklet work.
Once Esch Week Product of 125 Cows
Will He Expressed to Itazelwood
Creamery From Mcschutrs Station
Uy Laldlaw and Sisters People
FOOTBALL GAME HERE
Size Doesn't Count
Size tlotw not always count. Tho stinger Is tho
small part of the bee, but you soon learn which end
It Isn't always tho sieo of n bank account that
wo consider, It'tt tho man behind it. Wo feel that
tho humble depositor Is entitled to tho same con
sideration as tho man who owns n mint. Our bank
ing facilities nro at tho tlisposal of all alike Wo
aro horo to help you If wo can. Tho farmer, planter,
mechanic, business mnn, miner, Htockmnn, laborer,
professional man, all aro Invited to become patrons
of our bank. Tho sizo of tho account is not of first
importance. Come in and lot's talk it over.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
L. 11. I1AIKI), (President) J. W. MASTHRS, (Vice President)
V, O. MINOU, (Secretary)
L. D. DAIBD, P. O. MINOR, S. V. DAIRl).
linotyiK substantially indicates thu faith which tho manngomont of The
Bulletin holds in Bund's futuro.
With tho only modern tyiwsetting machine of metropolitan scope In
Oregon outside of tho four largest cities, with tho only four-page drum
cylinder press east of the Cascades, with new job presses, large paper
cutter and other up-to-date appliances, and with the nd vantages of the
largest paper stock in tho interior, Thu Bulletin feels that it is contribut
ing its full sharu to thu upbuilding of Bond.
Tho new typesetting machine can do thu work ofthree men setting
tyH by hand. It will complete tho equipment of Tjie Bulletin for the i
The Dalles Mich School Will Play the
What will prnliably be a snappy
game of football is scheduled for
Saturdny afternoon on the local
grounds between the Bond High
School and The Dalles High School
teams. Although they have lost
both games played this fall, the
Bend boys are not discouraged and
will endeavor to win over the visit
At Prineville last Saturday the
team from hero played the Crook
County boys. The score was 21 to
0 in favor of Prineville.
Dairying In tho country adjacent
to Bend has received a great impe
tus during the post six months as Is
evidenced by the fact that tho
farmers of the Sisters and Laldlaw
country who have cows have made
arrangements with the Hazclwood
Creamery Co. to ship their cream to
Portland. Several creameries for
this part of Central Oregon have
been talked of but never material
ized, and in seeking a field for their
product the Laid law and Sistera
people decided to ship to the Rose
Once a week, probably on Tues
day, R. G. Sturgeon will gather up
the cream and it will be expressed
from Deschutes station, which is
four miles from Laldlaw. It Is not
known yet how many gallons will
be sent out each week, but it will
be the product of about 125 cows.
Voters Who Show They are Qualified
Can Ct Ballot on Charter
No registration before the elec
tion next Wednesday is required of
voters. All they have to do is to
appear at the polls and show that
they are qualified, the election board
being the judges. A residence of
thirty days within the city is one of
the required qualifications.
CRQOK GETS CASH
County's Share of Land Sale
Fund Is 51,07-L-M
Salem, Nov. 12. Apportionment
of the 5 per cent received from the
United States Government for the
proceeds from land sales in Oregon
was made by Secretary Olcott to
day. The total amount received
for the year was 12,785.67. Crook
county, with an acreage of 5,122,
560, gets $1,074.44.
HUNTING UP RIVGR OOOD
That long trips to Harney and
Lake counties are not necessary to
find ducks was evidenced by the
success of J. W. Dimlck and P.
Hughey up the Deschutes over tho
week-end. Mr. Dimick drove up to
Mr. Hughey's homestead, about 25
miles south, Saturday and the two
men bagged forty-nine fine fowls.
Mr. Dimick himself got nineteen
Tuesday before leaving for home.
Full Stock of
You Will Always
STOVES, RANOES, HEATERS.
The kind that hits been sold to
for (IB Years.
Before Yon Buy Hardware See
N. P. Smith
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. COB, Prtildtnt t. A. SAYHER, Vlc Pratldtnt
O.S. HUDSON, Chlr
Capital fullr paid ... SJS.000
8tockhold.iV liability . . S38.0OO
Surplut .... . (6,000
We Have Money
To Loan on Cattle.
Why not feed your hay nnd grain to
stock, thereby getting the profit
on both the hay and stock?
J, J. IIIll says tho fortlllzor kopt on the farm bv homo
feeding 1 worth one-third ot the vnluo of tho fe'ed C6n
biiiiuH). Our now land need this ferill'zor.
Furmera who aro prejiared to properly caro for cattlo
can obtain tho money from us on six months' tlmo and so.
cure a renewal (or an additional six months if the atock
lias had proper attention.
Think it over und consult us as to the details.
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. COK K. A. SATHER C. S. HUDSON
0. M. PATTHKSON U. C. ULUS