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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1911)
TRUCKS ARE 0. K.
FIRST TRIP IS OREAT
Fast Time U Made to and Prom Burns,
Rnad Ileitis: Pound to bo In livery
Way a (lood as Reported Oct
Very linthuslmilc Reception
Freighting in Control Oregon by
manna of the nuto-truck was proved
h success by the llrst trip made Inst
week by the two cars of the Control
Oregon Trucking Co. to Hums nnd
return. Fast time was made both
ways nnd there wns not n mishap
rojiorted for the entire run of more
than aOO miles.
Tlio cars got back to Bend Friday.
The trip to Burns was made in 19
hours of nctual running time. The
cars left here Monday afternoon at
1:30 o'clock and that night wns
spent at Millican's. Riley wns
reached Tuesday evening nnd the
night spent there. Hums wns
reached at II a. m. Wednesday,
putting the Thanksgiving goods
taken on the trucks there in time
for delivery to buyers before the
The enthusiasm with which the
Bums people received the new
means of transportation was shown ,
by the demonstration which they
gave. Some 12 or 15 autos loaded
with business men came out and
met the trucks, escorting them into
town. Manager McDadc had pre
ceded the freight carriers and in
formed the merchants when they
would arrive. Thnt evening the
Commercial Club celebrated the
event with a banquet, at which the
business interests of the town
pledged their support to the new
Most of the freight taken over
from here was for Bill Hanley and
it was delivered at his ranch a few
miles from Burns. A return load
of 130 hides was obtained there and
these, with other freight which was
waiting at Bums, gave the trucks a 1
capacity load for the return to
Coming back, only 14 hours was
necessary to make the trip. This
reduction of five hours was due
mainly to the fact that the cars had
a track to follow, made by them
going over. On the round trip each
of the big cars consumed only 90
gallons of gasoline, and more than
hilf of thii waj used on the initial
The drivers reported the road all
the way in good condition for auto
trucking. The worse stretch found
was that through Lake county and
for a fe.v miles this side of Bums.
C. C. Harrison of the company
stated that the entire round trip
was made with absolutely no adjust
ments to either car.
(FarnUhed by the Crook Count? AbttrartCa.)
A. 11. IJitclxuet to S T. Miller, Its 17
nil 18. hlk 4B. Opal City. ft.
I.aPine Towntite Co. to J. S. Iloue &
Cj., It 30 ami jt, nlk 31, UaPine. 1.
Klvira Iltrker l.elthtad to I.. II. Ualril,
n It 9. blk 3. Html. fio.
II. P. Joneo et ux to K ite It Wetter,
field, netf i.V 13 1714 fuuo.
W. A ll.lelur to II I' Jonei, int
in e)i Its 13, 14. 15. 16. blk 37, Kwlmunil
Kwlmond To.vh.ii Co to Jtorvn II
It , It 5. blk j1. Keilm jihI. f$ 1.
Cecil Knyon to W. S Kudnuu, nwtf
li, 9-15-13 rt lyiujj eat of 61I1
siit, Kr.Ui'iiKl. exteitltfil. ft.
Clultek II Irviu t.i Hum Hwlercr.
It 3, blk 6, It linger hi 1 1, Kwlmouil.
f 184 20.
A. L I'ulliam to Ollie M. I'ullUm, ,
t H, c 16 10. f2ou.
U. A Mcl'irUue to Ollie M. I'ulliam,
i int w,V, 16 32 10, (Quliclaiui.)
Mary I). Alkinnon to Jo'm Atkinton,
"'i tX ec 3' al"l WM M, c 3J-I9-11.
Al-i , U c 37-19-1 1; It 1, 4
neX. ( '"I "e!i wii "'l lt 5.
6, 7, tee 6 and It 4 o( kc 5-20-11; ne;
hX, ec 1 -jo-to. io,ooo.
Orange I'. II lKe to Lilly K. I) lied
lunil, vetf ne)f, ei w and ictf ,
II. II. Mitchell to Mosea Nliwonger,
It 5. blk lM'utte, fso.
Motet Ni'roiiRer to IJd Stnltll et al, ll
5, blk 16, KoUe. f 10.
Mury II. Kicliolt to IMwnrri I'. Dean,
tract in ue kc', tec 30-16 II. $100.
I!iwanl V. tan to Mary U. Nicboli,
M w,Y. ?4 ',( and It 4 of tec 5-13-
d. IJHwint Smith to I'rettnn Dunham
et al, te'X u and e'i !, tec 26 and
neX "UK, C35 17-16. $1150.
jobn T. Hiritaton to J, N. Willainon
ne! ec 10 add all ec 2iis-lS. 11 i null
Cnttre Program Well Rendered Wed
nenday livening Solos and Reading
Mnke Ulg Mil Jl Voice In Chora
Those Who Took Part.
A large audience greeted the
local singers Friday evening nnd
appeared much pleased with the
entertainment. All the numbers
were loudly applauded nnd though J
the program stated there would be
no encores several were demanded.
Although some of the selections i
wore dilllcult, they were well rend
ered. Mrs. Lindborg's solos. Miss
West's violin ploying nnd the read
ing of Mrs. Mero were especially
The chorus consisted of the fol
Soprano Mrs. Z. W. Lindborg,
Miss Kntherine Trautner, Mrs. M.
W. Weaver. Miss Schultz. Miss
Gertrude Schultz, Miss Gertrude
Markel, Miss Flsie Qunckenbush,
Mrs. C. D. Brown, Miss Martha
Sidner, Miss Harnett, Miss Marion
Wiest, Mrs. J. F. Arnold.
Alto Miss Ethel Holmes. Miss
Ethel Borden. Mrs. E. M. Thomp
son, Miss Tolvia Carlson, Miss Arriej
Black. Miss Iva West. Miss Ruth
Tenor Prince Stoats, Ben Saw-
bridge, C. H. Hunter, W. E. Parker,
J. F. Arnold, Fred Lucas.
Bass 0. A. Thorson, L. A. Jack
son, II. W. Skusc. Joase Hunter,
Mr. Lutchen, U. N. Hoffman.
NEW COUNTY .MAPS.
The Crook County Abstract Co.
has just issued a new blueprint map
of the county which shows all the
new roads, towns and postofticos and
corrects errors made in former
maps, ihe ucna-uurns roaa ana
also the auto road which was made
to Crane Prairie last summer are
correctly marked. These are the
best maps of the county ever put
out. The Bulletin has a supply for
sale at $1 each.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the lutrr'er.
V. 8. Land Uifirc at The iMlle., Orcren.
Noeeraber lit, 1911
N'ntlee l hereby lren that Henri C Mnh.
ef Bewl, OriKun, ha, on iktober ml. 141..
made home.leiit ealry No ''. f"r awk
aeetioa . town. hip aawuth, raMgt 1; eatt. Will,
a-nett Mrrvtiao ha 61rd notkr of fiittuthtn to
makt fioatccrmmutatwn proof Kie.tabH.h claim
la the taw) ikn dracritml Wfofe II V Mil.
V h. CoMrulaatoeer at h'a office at Hewl, Ore
Kon 00 the itrttdayof )eee bet. Wll
Claimant Bamea a. witfteiwa Allium J Ml
Coantell John H WolrTr llwr C llepkle awl
Gewge W Khn, all of Bead (rr(
yiyt C. W M'MJHft Keititaf .
N0TICK FOR IMPLICATION.
V. b Land OKce. at The Dallea, Oregon.
Nevcmtxr lit, 1911
Notice l hereby ilren that M ke)Hta tlvha.
of Hewl Orvxi, who, ofl IxtuUr rl. 11 b.
made homcairad entry No , fur ,'.
Section l. Tuwn.hlp South, HaiiKe I? I'att,
Vt lllamrtte MerMlan. haa filed notice of n edi
tion to make final coKimulatkm pro.,1, Is
eatahiiin claim In the land alnre deacrOml. I
fore II C. Mtla V s Com mU.ior.fr at htaMTicc,
al Bend Oregon, on the JjrJday uf Denwuer.
Ctalmtnt Mnicttliinrn William J Me
Connell. John K UuJnV, )-jr C llenkle and
Rrarve W . Kbapp, all of Bend. Oregefl
j,.M C. W M'HIKK. Keiater.
NOTIC'K FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U . !.aid Office al The IMllea, Oregon,
Nimiakrr ijth. ion.
NUke U her.ky tlven thai Walter IMhM.
oTKeod. iHmoa, whw Nwrafcit 4th V.
Hwde hean4ead tHtry, N'u s. rial X.
HW4. UX mX Secttau j, Tawiitlp 17 -MMrth
KaHe 11 Kt. W'llUwrtle M.ridUN ha. 6led
Holier iA IntcHlton In make final prouf tu
MUblLh claim to the land il dnilnl
klore II C. Itllia V. CotnmlMlunrr. a I hi.
orfKe at Hd Oregon. hi the fMM day of iMcam
CUImmbI MUM aa witne.ac. lame. K Hen-
h.m. of Mldlaw. Oreion Adam Kotaman
Charlea llaydabd Charl.t K L. of liinl, ore'
ji 41 C. W. M11OKK, KegUler.
Notice of Sale of Stock for Unpaid
Assessments In Ihe Fall River
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCURS': nt
it known that under and by virtue o( a
re.olutlon of the Hoard of Director n(
The I'all River IrriuaiiouCo duly made
Hiid adopted, the taid The I'all River
Irrigation Co. will, on the 30II1 day of
Dec, 1911, at 3 o'clock p. m at the com.
pny'a office at the retidenrr of M. I.
Main in Sec 18, Twp. 30 S , R. II IC. ill
Crook County, tell at puhllc auction the
following portion of ttock for delinquent
and unpaid a.teatuienta due Ihereon,
300 aharet tubtrrited by J. I',. Sawhlll,
due on taine, till 50,
Thi notice it orJered puhlithed In
The Uend llulletiu. a newrpaper publith
ed In the licit! hhorhood of .aid company,
lor Hie period ol 30 ilava
T1b.a,I tl.I. .n,l.,l.nl Va.i.k.1 aw lAfl
Tlllt FALL RlVRR IUkioation Company
AlATTRESS that gives satisfaction Is n
mattress that is oil that Is claimed for It.
My cotton top mattresses nm made with the
lower section of clean white excelsior; tlio
top section Is clean now cotton; It Is covered
with o good quality of twill ticking, "II
grade," and Is machine tufted; the edges are
full bound and the ends closely
stitched; It weighs 45 lbs., not
U5 lbs. as some mattresses do,
nnd the price is only
1 aim to carry new goods os well as second hand goods,
and every day finds something new in the store.
HOPE Sells for Cash HOPE
We Deliver the Goods
Bus and Dray
LIQIIT AND HEAVY LIVERY.
Hay, Barley, Oats. Wheat nnd Bran at lowest prices.
The Largest Barn In Central Oregon,
WENANDY LIVERY CO.
II. WENANDY LON L. FOX
I. O. O. F.
Bend Lodge No. 218
Reg. Meetings ever)' Monday night
Visitors welcome i
N. I Weider. N. G.
II. J. Eggleston. Secretary.
BEND LOIHIH No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Mcetn on Thursday on 01
before the full 1110011 of each
month. Visiting brothers
H. O CLLIR. Se O M RfOriELO. W M
V. E. GUERIN Jr.
Attorney nt Lnw.
Temjioiary olllcp at riHUlonco
Sylvester L. Stants
AttorHry at Law.
Next Duor to llulletiu
VV. VV. Faulkner, D. M. D.
n e 11 il. Ort(on
Dr. A. A. BURRlS.rSffi'ic
Healer. !(. su..flly Trenlnl
Without the rr of Iw na. srg.ry hy
the Natural Methvl. ol llMllMg. t lumi
le l.a. tiuty LoMwItaHaMifrrc
Member of Ihe Mate ami Naiumal Naturopath
Office In Unlallxg MAj Pen.). Oregon
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OPyiCH OVKK flKhT NATUiNAI. UK.
Oulce ilourt: imuiijh in., 1 tu 3 and
7 to h p. 111.
BlINI), : Oriuion
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFflCK IN flKIT NATIONAL HANK IlLIMi
Vernon A. Forbes
KIB3T NATIONAL UANK ULDO.,
George S. Young
Civil, Mining and Irrigation
Oflico with Fasten & Bean Itculty Co.
ROBERT B. GOULD
Civil. Rnoinkkk and Sukvkyok.
Wall and MlnneaoUi Stfl.
Bend, - Oregon.
The Bend Bulletin and the Portland
M. W. of A.
Pilot Butte Camp No. 070 J
Meets ever)' Tuesday in hull over
Visiting Neighbors always we
C. I. Bojsoll. V. C.
I nAr,n fJrs. ID1 '
UUUgU MU, IUJ
Mi'ctti ttry 'rtliinliiy
ciiing nt S p. in In !
( ust lit I lull, Kt-oltlcc .
Illdkr VNIttng KnlglttHl
llm. I). Howe. r. I
K. M.IjuIohIk'. K.H.AH, i
.CLARK & WRIGHT
WAHIIINirrON, D. l
Public Ijtnd Mnttero: Final Proof.
Dtiwrt Iandn. Contuntn and Mining
Associate Work for Attorneys.
WAItl) II. COI1I.K JKtWK I.. HUMItAU.
Coble & Simirall
ATIOItNKVS AND COUNSKIXJIUS
Farm Loans. Insurance
Odico CitizoiiH .State Bank HuitdiiiK
J. I. WEST
Undurtakur and Kmhalmer
FulLAwrortmont of Undertaking
Fir Htreet Bond, Oregon
K. 0. MINOR
LU'li 1'IKK ACCIUF.NT
I N S U R A N C K
Volary I'uhlic and Coiiv-)niiciiij All
l.cj;l l'MK'r Correctly Drawii,
Mr. Maude Alnswortli Mrs, C. A. Hart
Over SkuHo'H Store
Wall street : Bend, Oregon
W. E. PARKER
Plumbing, Steam and Mot
JohhinK Promptly Attended to.
Caldwell & Main
All Kinds of Blacksmith
Minnesota St., Bet. Bond and Wall.
Dally Telegram durlnjf 1911 $4.00.
n " j
Bend Milling $b
Is now open nnd irmly
for business. We buy
nnd sell till kinds of
both wholesale nnd retail.
Cull at our mill and save
money. Will start ijriiuU
iiifr about Nov. 'JO, Hill.
If you have anything to
sell eome ami see us; if
you want to buy, we can
save you money. Our
motto: "Live and
Bend Milling (b
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tabid always tupplliui with llm bstl thai Ilia town affords.
Neat nnd Comfortable Room. Hk.ni, Okkoon
Short and Direcl
and Other Western Oregon Points
I -k ImHjShS53&i
VIA THi: nrSCHUTKS BRANCH OF THK
Oregon-Washington Railroad (Bl Navigation Co.
Through Cur Service from Bend to Portland.
" Opnl City
Arv. DtMichutiM Jet
" The Dalltw
For further information call on any O.-W. It. & N. AkoiiI
or write to
(ienernl PaiwenKer Aent, Portland, Orenon.
"' In oil lo wi much to till a'xnit when you 'ft
'.uk iii tr a mii nt on trio Iv.mt mi thu (iruit
irtht u R.nlw.iy. throui;li the Rixkn-a nt tun
i , vMth ihe vu' t world kith'd in rolorn.nt you
vir ' it from th toniiuodioti observation plat.
.mm on thu
thu iHirfect through train to St. I'.tul, Mlnnrnpoll',
( .lilmiNi. rlui I jitr,, I'nrLr lli.pinn fif KlltinM.l,t u..
M'Mtt -.)lvan charm, nnd the glorious (Ireat Lnkii
trip carried you tlmHich a land of cnchantmmt to
cruit alien in tlio Uiut. (Jet folder, "Rat tern Tnim
for WctUrn Pwiplo" nnd information uIxhiI SikciuI
Round-Trip hummer 1'arwi. Cull on or uddreai
A.;o. F. A I A., Portland, Oro'on.
it. ItaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTMiataTal aTaTaTaTaTaTaKrif II ajaTTITy I ATTl a. k
Route to Portland
Redmond and ft
Central Oregon I .
I.v. Portland 7.M) & 10.00 a.m.
" Ttiu DiiIUm
" Bend. .
r. in p.m.
7: 1ft p.m.
M& 1 lililiil j
iOHi uhii nurai'. aa
This offer expires Dec, 20.
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