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COMMERCIAL CLUB SMOKER TOMORROW EVENING. EVERYBODY URGED TO ATTEND. IMPORTANT BUSINESS TO EE TRANSACTED. MUSIC
The bend bulletin.
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KOUTI2 TO Jim I2STAK
LlSHIsDFUOAllJEND l!ffrctlvo Toll. I, Settler to llnst of
limn Will be .Served l.eniclll of
Roulc 20.7.1 Allien, nnil Currier
Will bo llil $.120 l'r Annum
Tim llrnt rural free delivery mull
hoivIco fiom Ilond will bo uHtaltlUli
imI Feb. 1. It will bo trl-wcokly
nnil will nerve HottlorM to the cant of
town, lliu length of tlio roulo being
TIiIm Inforiimtlon wait received liy
I'oHtiiiiwtor Minor in u letter from
tin- fourth uwdidant wM mauler
general, coming in riwoiino to n
IK'titlon circulated Hourly a year
ago. Tho routo In designated iw
No. I nnil wirvleu will bo erformcd
on TiUMiliiyH, Thursday ami Sntur
ilaH. in accordance with tho fol
lowiiiK schedule: Umvo I lend ollleo
H it. hi., return hy 1 ! m. 0e
carrier will Ik employed at a salary
of $li( xr annum. "You will ho
duly notirtisl." tho lottor HtatoM, "of
tho namo of tho carrier npMiiitod
umiii corlllUtitlon hy tho Civil Ser
vice Coiiuniwtlon to servo tin routo
Tho olllclnl description of the
routo Is m follow:
Starting Hi tho jKwtolllco, tlio
carrier will go llimieo oast along
tho now Hour t'rwk ronil to run tor
of hoc. X, 1 fiO; north U.fiO mllo.
mini 1.60 to norlliuniil corner nor.
:tl; south I mile, omit 2 to tho south
mint corner of m-c. 510; north 1 mllo,
oiwt 2.W) to center of south lino of
sec. 28; north 2 mllv. went H.G0 to
tho northwest corner wcc. 24; south
0.60 Inlles, went 1 mllo to tho center
of tho went lino of hoc. 23; south
0.25 miles, thenco nouth and south
wont along low lino Irrigation ditch
to Ilond poiUotHco, a total dlitanco
of 20.75 mile.
WILL STAY HERE
Key. I. I. (lorby to Hold Services
livery Other Sunday
Itov. I. I. (lorby. who came to
llend recently from Chicago, will
remain hero during the winter and
conduct service regularly. Tho
Presbyterian ieople huvo rented
Linstor'd Hall and on nlternnting
Sabbaths Mr. liorby will preach
there at 1 1 a. in. and 7:110 p. in.
Ho will preach at Tygh Valley, in
Wasco county, on tho other Sun
days. Ills first regular services will bo
hold here the coming Sunday.
The Wisdom of Age
A poor old man In telling of his life's experience
wild, "I can wo where I have made many mistakes
in my life, but I think my greatest wim in not start
ing n Imnk account when a young man. If I had
done so nnd stayed with my banker. 1 would not
have been working by the day In my old age. I can
plainly sen now, when it is too late, that I liavo all
tho time needed the liunk'a assistance. My advice
to all young men Is to oeu a bank account and form
a connection with the bank. Then If haul luck
counts )'ou will have a friend under some obligations
to help you."
The nbovo hns our
make an earnest effort to
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
'1 Conservative Banking for
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h. II. HAIKI), (President) J. W. MASTHK8, (Vice President)
V, O. MINOR, (Secretary)
I) i k it c T o a s:
I. H. nAIIU), V. O. MINOR, S. V. IIAIRI),
MHCONI) SAULS AIADH.
Tho leal untitle sales of The
Ilond Co. during November
broke all piovlnus records, the
total being reported by A. .
Hunter as $llJ,o:i:i.:i for both
business and residence property.
The largest single sale. $ 1K.00U,
was made In Dayton, Ohio, by
1). I). Hunter for the company.
Those llguros show tho quick
ening olTcel tho railroad has
hail on Hond realty.
SMOKER TO BE GIVEN
All Who rtt Inlcrcateil In Develop.
ment of the I own tjrerd to At
tend Commercial Club Merlin
A smoker and get-together meet
ing of tho Commercial Club will be
held tomorrow owning at the club
rooms, and every inoinlwr and any
one else who Is Interested In the
development of Ilond are urged to
There will Iw music by n number
of the Inmt players in the city, and
the ladles of the Library Club will
servo coffee and wtndwicliurt. A
full report will lie made by the
manager, and the affair of the club
will be fully discussed and action
taken on important matters. It Is
oxoclod to be one of the most
Interesting club meetings of the
McKAY IS DIRECTOR
New Member of Sclimil llosrd Clioxcn
The sH.'cinl election to choose n
successor to fill the unexpired term
of Millard Trlplett iw director of
tho School Hoard wu held from 2
to !l o'clock Saturday afternoon nt
tho choolhouao. Clyde McKay win
elected almost without opposition
and by n largo majority, receiving
119 of tho' GO votes cast. The only I
otlier candidate nominated at the I
meeting was N. I. Smith, whol
asked that his nnmo be withdrawn.
Ho received 14 votes. Throe votes
wore enst for men not placed in
nomination, two for Dr. V. W. I
Faulkner nnd one for George S.I
Young. Mr. McKay will servo
until Juno when tho regular election
will bo. held. The board now con
sists of 11. J. Overturf (chairmnn).
F. M. Kay nnd Mr. McKay. I
At the meeting Saturday, Supt.
Shouso suggested tho addition of!
manual training work to the High
School course by hnving a practical j
cariK'titer employed for an hour1
each day to Instruct tho boys. There
was no objection expressed to tho
plan and the board will take it up1
at its next regular meeting anil
probably adopt It.
help our patrons.
"Taxpayers' " Ticket Wins Over "Citi
zens' " Ballot Dement, French, Spen
cer Two-Year Councilmen Allen,
Wenandy and Lattin One Year.
Hy a majority of 81. Dr. U. C
Cue was yesterday reelected mayor
of liend over .I.N. Hunter. The
vote was: Coe, 180; Hunter, 108.
The total ole cast was 207, all of
which were counted by the judges.
The councilmen chosen were:
Two-) oar terin: Floyd Dement,
A. I,. French, S. J. Spencer.
One-year term: II. H. Allen, .1. j
II. Wenandy. M. S. Uttln.
II. J. Overturf was chosen city
treasurer over W. II. Sellers by a
majority of HI.
There wore two ticket In tho I
Held, called tho "Taxpayers' " and
tho "Cltixon"'. John Stoidl
headed the latter until late Monday
afternoon when he announced his
withdrawal and J. N. Hunter was
placed on the ticket. The election '
was one of the hottest over hold j
here and the vote polled was heavy.
The detailed voto for councilmen
Floyd Dement, 282; II. K. Allen,
ISO; A. I.. French, 211; J. II. Wo-j
nandy. 180; S. J. Sponcar, 20S; M.!
S. Lnttlii. 17K; Charles Ilciyil. 108; I
George Ilrosterhous. 08; J. P. John-,
lUcKIng Trial Held Lait Ngtit, With
Tho Sessions Today.
An exciting trial wns held In Jus
tice Orcutt's court at 11 o'clock last
night, an nftermath of the election.
J. E. Snwhlll was charged with an
assault on J. L. Sumrall. Vernon
A. Forbes, appearing as attorney
for the defendant, Incurred the
wrath of the court nnd was fined
$20 for contempt of court. The
fine has not yet been paid. The
case wns continued till 10 n. m. to
day, nt which time it wns again con
tinued till 1 p. m. At this morn
ing's brief session M. S. Lattin and
Clyde McKay, who went on Mr.
Sawhill's bond last night, nuked to
be released and the motion was
granted. I,. A. Jackson wns there
upon appointed siocial deputy con
stnblo by the court and Mr. Saw
hill was placed in his custody.
qoinqto build? I
Then you should see N. ( kjk)
i P. Smith for material. (Jj)
I He hns on hand n big s (J)
) stock of Sash, Doors, b (yg)
5 Windows, etc. fj)
J All kinds of hardware ) jjr
) sold at right prices. C B
Wall Street ffi
son. 00; W. H. Slants, 110; K. M.
Thorn jswn. 00; II. W. Skuse. 1; K.
M. IJira, 1; S. C. Caldwell, 1; J. M.
For treasurer the following vote
II. J. Overturf, 170; W. II. Sol-
lers, 1 15; Jelf lllue. I; II. S. Mont-
The entire "Taxpayers " ticket
was elected. Only one of the pres
ent councilmen stood for re-election,
this being Mr. Allen, who was
elected for another year.
The election judges were Frank
May (chairman). Clyde M. McKay
and D. M. Davis. The clerks who
served were Montelle Coe, I'. W.
Hrackett and J. II. Hean. The re
sult of the election was announced
at 10: 15 last night.
The City Council met In adjourn
ed session this morning at 11
o'clock, received the returns from
the election Inwrd and adjourned to
meet tomorrow evening at 7:30.
The vote on the adjournment mo
tion, made by Caldwwll, was: Ayes
Aune. Caldwell, Kelly, Oneill.
No-a Allen. Abont Sellers.
1-KlinS ARU FI.SU.
The new arc lighta nrc in use now
ami are a great improvement over
the old lights. They nrc very bril
liant and make the business part of
town very' bright at night. The
two on Greenwood avenue near the
depot are a great addition to that
part of the city.
NliW M. W. A. OFFICGRS.
The M. W. A. elected the follow
ing officers last night: Past consul,
C. I. Uowll;conBul,Z. W. Lindborg;
ndviser, E. A. Sather; clerk, N. P.
Woidor; banker, E. A. Smith;
watchman, V. C. Griffin; sentry,
Hoy Vinynrd; managers, II. J.
Eggleston, C. I. Rozell, V. W.
STONI! WORK COMPLGTUD.
The stone work on the passenger
station has been completed nnd the
cariHsnters are nt work on their con
tract. Across tho tracks the biir
wnrehouM frame is up nnd in n
short time the structure will be
ready to house freight.
Tho new Model 10 linotype
which The Hulletin purchased
Inst month has arrived in Ilond.
A machinist of the Mergen
thaler company will sot it up.
Ho is expuctud here in n few
days and It may be possible to
set the type for next week's
pnpar on the machine. Atnny
rate, barring of course the un
expectcd, the issue of Dec. 20
will all be set on the machine.
PRINEVILLE AUTO LINE
Cars Operated Dnlly from Red.
mond and Return.
Henil jteople can now make a
cheap one-day trip to Prineville and
back. Tlio Prineville-Kcdmond Auto
Co. connects with the morning train
every day at Kedmond and lands
passengers in Prineville at 0 a. m.,
making the run if there is only one
person. Returning, the car leaves
Prineville nt I p. m. nnd arrives at
Redmond in ample time to connect
with the southbound train. The
nuto fare one way Is $2.30.
A.Nonmu sio.Mi iiui.uiNfl
Having completed and sold the
stone building erected on Green
wood avenue, J. I. Wast has started
construction of another on the south
ride of Fir avenue, only a short
distance from the passenger station.
It will be of practically the same
size as the other building am will
be built by Mr. West and Charloa
MOLSTI!l. DAIRY CATTLE.
Central Oregon is gradually be
ing well stocked with high grade
dairy cattle. C. M. Hrown and Mr.
Mcintosh of Redmond have brought
three car-loads -of Holstcina from
New York state fo distribute among
Crook county ranchers. These are
fine-bred animals and are being
PROVO UP ON ttOMESTGADS.
The first final proofs to be made
on homesteads in the big country to
the southeast of Bend along the
survey of the Hill cast and west
line were made Saturday before
Commissioner Ellis by Mrs. L. H.
Rndcliffe nnd her sister, Miss Ethel
Roberts. Accompanied by Mr. Rnd
cliffe, they left Sunday for Salem
to visit relatives. '
M!V STORli FOR MIND.
The storeroom In the Oneill build
ing next to the studio is being
shelved nnd prepared for the own
ing of n grocery store there by
i The First National Bank
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If your business is pnralyzed for lack of funds
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We offer your nccount strength and confidential
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BOSTON MAN COMES TO
Tom Law son's Son-h.-Jiw'n vests $ JO,-
000 In 400 Acres on Crooked River
Hulldlnz $H,000 Home flows
Land With Traction Hnjclne.
Whnt Tom Ijiwson, the well
known author nnd capitalist of Bos
ton, thought of Central Oregon Mr.
Lnwson himself told through The
Hulletin on July 12, last. Later
developments show that he was not
merely talking to fill newspaper
Henry McCall of the Massachu
setts metropolis, son-in-law of Mr.
Lnwson, has bought 400 acres of
choice land on Crooked River, has
cleared it and now has a crop plant
ed. The raw land was purchased
last fall of Thomas Sharp, Jr., the
price being $30,000. It is Crooked
River bottom land and close to Mr.
Sharp's place. It is located in sec
tion 20, township 14, range 14.
Not only has Mr. McCall invested
$30,000 in the land, but Is now
building a home that will cost $14,
000. The most improved mothods
of farming will be employed, as is
evidonced by the fact that Mr. Mc
Call has done all his plowing by
means of a gasoline traction engine.
The land is under ditch, but the
Boston man 13 going to Irrigate by
pumping instead of by gravity,
using his gas tractor for power. Ho
will make his home on the ranch,
putting it in alfalfa next summer.
HERE SHORT TIME
Visit of Hill Railway Officials
Yesterday not Significant
President Carl Gray and other
Hill railway officials spent yesterday
morning in Bend. In the party
were W. E. Coman, J. P. Rogers,
G. H. Russell, J. T. Hardy, F. W.
Brainerd and George H. Smitton.
assistant general freight agent of
the Great Northern.
Mr. Coman came in to look after
business connected with the pas
senger station and the stockyards.
Dolintlo Inmt inn of the stockvards
was decided on. It will be near the
roundhouse nnd "Y".
Asked regarding contract having
lwon lot far nn east and west Hill
(line Mr. Gray said there was nothing
I here on a short visit to see what
the traffic prospects are.