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The bend bulletin
HENl). OKKfiON. WKUNHSIMY. NOV Z'l. 1 III I .
CLERK Wl EST TO MAKE
i NOIIMI ON CIIAKMiH.
'I'lif li'ct'nii dii llio charter
Ik Ih'Iiik luli tiHlny, with a
IIkIiI villi;. Up lo noun 51
voters IihiI cunt their hullotn.
Tli Indications then wort' thnt
thu chatter would hu rejected.
I'ticrcntn i( Cully 50 Per Cent In lln
pecirtl lltrli t III Hccclve l.nruer
' Appropriation Hrcrpllott to Coot,
lull I tarns -School Note.
Thu imnunl rtchoid census for
itund will Ik' takt'ii nuxt Saturday
Uy I'lerk I.. I). Wiest of the School
TOtloard. Then' hint been a marki'd
furowth f I"' ,,,w" "liw li IttHt
.unit of children hero and an in
crewe of fully Tiii imt cunt Im ox-
IKTtwJ t lit' ahown liy the ctinviti
tbin week. rhU will mean inure
iimiify for the uw of thu dlrilrlct,
the aiiroirfatlon IiuIiik on a pur
capita lmU of children.
ji Saturday evening t the
Luck rtwiduiie h reception wan
nhon ly the I'utid Hitch School In
honor of The Dalle fiMithall team.
rWory unltiu iimminr of k'elthiK
nuiunted wan uod. CanU were
IumhiI around and the olijuct of tin.'
itaiu wm to nut Imiw many kIkiiii.
tute could Ik ecur i in a given
mac. Light rufruvhtuotttn, confut
ing of punch. WMforannd fruit, wore
-ertNi uurnig toe evening, iwiur
Ei few wonU of thanka from The
hilliw coach, tho young Hwplo din
mxhI, all reporting a very enjoy.
Tuesday uvoning of taut week a
lurpriM farewell party wan glvun
. llt twim. nt Mrirl.. Viv In Virinur
9 f Maydew Triplett. by the- ucventh
Auil eighth grndca. Tho chief
fanniM'tnent of the tsvrnlnir wna the
amu of Indoor football.
Mlu Maud Vnndcvert hiu re-
oived word from tho Statu Super-
itcndcnt that her atnto certificate
1ould bo renewed for another term
f five year, without examination,
n, work done at tho "Willamette
.'nlveraity last year.
When school opened In Septem
ber it woa with an enrollment of
fit. Now that number haa Incrcaa
d to 212.
MIm Market is in Portland this
fveek receiving treatment for her
ye. Miu Marlon Wiest ia aubitl
uting for her.
hUTO TRUCK ARRIVES
Link McKay Will Operate Machine
to Town to South and Southeast.
rVnnk McKay of i'ortlnnd, brother
It Clyde M. Mc'ny, will run nn
in to truck from ilend to towns
Mouth and xoutlieiiHlof here. Whore
ever ficlKht olTerH, ho will make
trip. The machine wiih unloaded
from tho freight ear Monday and
.will probably ho loaded with goudh
and make lu llrMt trip thlM week.
j Tho platform at the depot Ih
crowded with goodn waiting: to be
hauled out to varioiiH townn. For
mime reawni not fully explained, the
.Packard auto-trucka which llarrlwin
and Itlgg of Cortland announced
would be operated between here and
llunm hao not ai rived. According
to Mr MeDndo, who ia heie to
Htart them, theie waa fume trouble
about the freight rate on them.
STONE SHIPPED OUT
FOR REDMOND DEPOT
1'lrr.t I mo Carload Waire laKcn I'roni
llcnil Sunday lly Oregon trunk,
and Oilier Will follow Soon
The firat aliipment of building
Htotif from Iteud went out on the
Oregon Trunk Sunday to Redmond.
There were two carload. The
atone will be uwd in the construc
tion of the piuvKjngur atation at
Redmond. Other nhipinunta will
follow, contract having Ix-en let for
all the rock needed to be necurod
The atone work on the ilend
depot will be completed thin week,
it ia believed. Contractors Suther
land & Mclntooh will then begin on
the wood work, and it la likely that
tho building will be ready fur uc
Ileduiond'a depot will hardly be
completed before spring. More
than two months will bo required
for thu stone conntrucUon, and the
winter-weather may cause consider'
able delay. The work hero has
gone forward almost without inter
ruptiun as tho weather has ben
MIL 81 TRAIN NEXT MONDAY
Postmaster Minor Receives Notice That
Change Will Be Made From Stage
Oregon Trunk Given The Contract
U'AHlll.wroN, I). C Nov. 22, 1911
I'ostollici! dttparlmont baa finally reached agrcotnent with rail
road company and hat telegraphed inatructiorw to ootablih mall
K'rvlce, beginning noxt Monday.
JONATHAN IJOUIiNK, Jit.
MOOS ON WAV ttUUl!.
The flrat ahipmont of live
a'.ock ever to be received In
Hend ia exiiectod Id arrive to
night over the O-'.V. It. & N.
from Nuiraska. It ia the car
load of brood jwwa for farmers
of this community which wore
ordered through the First Nat
ional Dank nnd the Portland
Union Stock Yards. W. H.
Daughtry. president of the
stock company, arrived last
night to look after the ship
ment when it reaches here.
L 0 C A'.L r ASSOCIATION
i Practice Will De Started Dec. 4, Under
J Direction of Mrs. f'aulkner-PIrst
dame Will He Played About First
of Year Strong Team Assured
CAN StILL DUCKS.
For only one month during the
year can wild ducks be sold legally.
Tills Is between Nov. 16 and Dec. 15.
Icai sportsmen aay tho loop in the
law docs not affect them much as
they have none left to sell after
they have provided their own tabled
with fowl and divided with their
TaKK Youn Sunday dinner at the
Hotel Ilend. Chicken served. 25tf
Directive Monday, Nov. 27, mall 'and jiaid for, as jmrt of the route."
to and from Ilend will be carried by 7jlt. ,KrtU relations iejuire the
railway. Notice to ttil-t ollVct waa l0t,I1H1lw. lo .iiribate U.e letter
received Monday by Poattuaator ,,,,., , .
... , , ., , . . mall rucelvud In his oflleo before U
Minor, in a letter from .loacph
'Stewart. wjcondaaalMta-itp.Htmater l.m.. nm! every night the train is
general. 'Jlie Oregon Trunk Kail- "" """' "" "r" v,mm m'1" w"' tm
way will carry the mhic)iim over iU w,,r,:wI out ,m1 l1" ln ,wxo
line, the Wenandy l.ivory Co. trains '' ru-t 'f lJ"-' ,nal1 w, b(J (,ltri
I ferring them between the dupot t ,'uwl lh nL'-Nt '" The Sun
and iMMtnllice. j day hours, after the 27th, will be
I In hw letter to PoHtmaator Minor. fro, t0 " m- l",,l'", of from
i Mr. Stewart said: 0 to p. m.
"Kvery railroad cotnpany is re- There is a great need for more
tiirod to take the mails from, nnd lock boxes here, and an effort ia be
dullver them Into, all terminal post- ing made by Mr. Minor to secure
olllces. whatever may bo the dist-1"'! appropriation for this purpose.
ance between the station and iwst- The accommodations which the
olllce, except in citius whore other Covernment is giving Iieml have lw
provision for such service is made come inadequate, with the rapid
by the Postollko Department. In growth of the town. The present
all caoM where the department has olllce quarters, as arranged, are
not made other provision, the (list- nuch too small for the proiwr
ance between terminal iwatolllce handling of Uie large amount of
and nearest station is computed in, mail passing through the ollice.
Size Doesn't Count
Sire does not always count. The stinger In the
small part of the bee, but you soon learn which end
It isn't always tho sire of a bank account that
wo consider, It'a the man behind It. We feel that
tho humble depositor Is entitled to thu samo con
sideration bh tho man who owns n mint. Our bank
ing facilities nro nt tho disposal of all alike. We
aro hero to help you If wo can. Tho farmer, planter,
mechanic, business man, miner, stockman, laborer,
professional man, all aro Invited to becomo patrons
of our bank, Tho bIzo of thu account is not of flrat
importance. Come in and let'a talk it over,
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
'Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
h. II. DAIKD, (President) J. W. MASTRRS, (Vice Pre.ldent)
P. O. MINOR, (Secretary)
h. B. DAIKD, P. O. MINOR, S. V. BAIRD.
FRAUD IS ALLEGED
Mrs. Patterson Makes tUfort to Have
In the complaint which Mrs. Mary
L. Patterson has filed against tier
husband, Kalph W. Patterson, in
tho Circuit Court at Prlneville, she
asks not only for a divorce decree
but also 'that srtBortsraffe executed
by PattcrBon on Nov. 1 in favor of
W. K. Guerin and J. L. Sumrall, his
attorneys, bo set aside. It is alleg
ed In the complaint that "tho de
fendant Patterson fradulently exe
cuted and delivered to thu defend
ants Guerin and Sumrall his promis
sory note for $lf)00 due one day
after date and secured by a mort
gage" covering nil his real estate,
240 ncres. Mrs. Patterson nskx that
this mortgage bo annulled and set
aside as fradulent and that she bo
awarded judgment against tho de
fendant In the sum of $5,000 as;
maintenance nnd alimony and sub
jecting an undivided two-thirds" of
Pattcmon s real estatu to Uie pay
MRS. UNR.UH COMING
W. C T. U. Worker Will
Here Sunday. .
Mrs. Ada Wallace Unruh, state
president of the Oregon W. C. T.
U., will be in Dend Sunday and hold
three union meetings. She is a
speaker of nation-wide famo and
her addresses aro sold to bo force
ful and eloquent.
She will speak at the Baptist
church at 11 a. m., hold a mothers'
meeting at 3 p. m. to which all the
women arc invited and lecture in
the evening at 7:30. There will be
no regular church services except
SOUIUSKI FRIDAY NIOMr.
Col. John Sobleski, the lecturer,
will be here Fridny evening, speak
ing at Linster's Hall at 8 p. m.
Those who do not have season
tickets may secure single tickets nt
tho door that evening for 50c.
WAITS 12 YEARS TO
COME IN BY RAIL
An ()ld-nMnoned Cluck Made In 105
Rrcrlvcd Itv I.. I). Wlett Last
Friday From WyomlnR.
Stored away and Kilent for twelve
years, a valuable family clock which
wbji made in York, Pa., in lfeOfi has
been restored to its place of honor
in the L. D. Wiest home by the
coming of a railroad to Bend. The
clock was received in Bend Fridny
from Sheridan. Wyo.. where Mr.
Wieat stored it more than n docade
ago, declaring he would not bring
it to Central Oregon until it could
come in by rail.
This timepiece belonged to Mr.
Wiost's grandfather. Michael Wiest,
then to h'w father, John Wiost, and
in 181)4 became the proporty of the
present owner. It is eight feet tall
and is run by weights suhpended
from long cords.
Whon It comes to telling time,
this clock has nbout all the others
outdone. Not only does it have
hour and minute hands like an
ordinary timekeeper, but boasts of
a day and second hand and a "moon
regulator." Mr. Wiest explained
that the latter docs not presume to
dictate to Luna, but indicates the
phases of the moon as they occur.
What with dust accumulations
and the strenuousness of a long
rail journey, the. old clock isomo
what "under the weather," but
Clock Doctor Thorson is tenderly
ministering to his patient and
will doubtless "bring it around" in
LWOTYPE BY XMAS
Full Stock of
Typcsettlag Machine to be Shipped
First of Next Month.
The San Francisco office of the
Mergcnthaler Linotype Co. has
notified The Bulletin that the Model
10 linotype which G. P. Putnam has
purchased for this paper will be
shipped from there to Bend about
Dec. 1. In that case, the machine
will arrive earlier than waa expected
and be installed about Christmas.
A special machinist will come from
San Francisco to set it up.
The new job press received last
week has been set up and is now
being used. It is a high speed
machine nnd will enable The Bulle
tin to turn out job work faster than
has been possible on its old press.
The Girls' Athletic Association of
Bend has just been reorganized for
the pnrpofcc of playing basket ball.
The officers are: Pros.. MIjw Angle
Young; vice pres., Mis Arrie Black:
loc-trcas., Miss Gertrude Market;
coach, Mrs. W. W. Faulkner.
Practice will be started Dec. 5 in
Linstcr's Hall and hold every Tues
day night. The first game will
probably be played about the first
of the year, with Prinevllle.
All the girls of laat winter's
strong toam are here exeept Miss
Dolsen, and with new material there
will be enough players for two good
teams. The High School girls are
also considering organizing.
On account -of the practice, the
Priscilla Club has changed Its meet
ing nfghj to Monday.
U.SDER U.NLUCKV STAR.
That Silver Lake-to-Bend auto
truck scheme appears to be travel
ing nnder an unlucky star. Last
reports said that the truck was
without gasoline and had stranded
nt tho Summit stage station. La
Pine has a gasoline famine and tho
truck drivers must await the arrival
of power juice from Bend. After
leaving here two weeks ago, tho
truck went wrong- at Fremont and
waa delayed several days. Silver
RECEIVE LIFE TERMS.
Del Howell, who shot Mayor J. C.
Fowlie ofShaniko, pleaded guilty i
last week at The Dalles lo murder,
in the second degree and was sen-
fenced to life imprisonment in the
penitentiary. William Gli&on,-.who
slew his aged mother near Antelope,
by stabbing her in the back with a
butcher knife, also pleaded guilty
to second degree murder and re
ceived a life sentence. He and
Howell both were indicted for!
murder in the first degree,
GOVERNORS' SPECIAL TO RUN.
Carrying exhibits to demonstrate
the natural resources of the States
of the Northwest, a train known as
the Governors' Special will start f romi
St. Paul Nov. 27 to make a tour of the
East. Governor West of Oregon is
expected to accompany it.
You Will Always
STOVES, RANOES, HEATERS.
The kind that tins been sold to
for 03 Years.
Hefore You Buy Hardware See
N. P. Smith
The First National Bank
$) OF BEND. BEND. OREGON
Or. U. O. OOC, Pr.tld.nt E. A. BATHER. Vic Hr.ild.nl
0,8, HUDSON. Cathl.r
Capital full paid . . a2S,000
Stockholder' llabllltr S2S.OOO
Burplut SO. OOO
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. IIIU Mivg tho fertiliser kept on the farm by homo
feeding Is worth one-third of tho value of the feed con.
binned. Our new land needs this fertll'zer.
Farmers who ore prepared to properly care for cattle
can obtuln the money from us on six months' time and se
cure a renewal for an additional lx months if the utock
lius had proper attention.
Think it over and consult us as to tho details.
TKo FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
0. C. COB & K. A. SAT1IKK C, S. UUDSON
O. M. PATTBRSON U. C. BUJ3