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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1911)
The bend bulletin.
MKNI). OltMJON. WKDNKSDAY. 1IX I. 191 J.
t REDUCTION OP $100 TO
I5ACI I SALOON
j) j Ktilloik ft .ollmmrr'ii 25 lllll VM
fl Order In Placed (or I'lro Mime nml
Carl Crownlk Wink to lie Cim
pfclrd Ilntatitlnti I'lr Ave. (Irmlo
Tho ll(tinr llrowm In Bend for tlitj
0 1 hi Imlf f 111 12 will Ik.$J!00. Tlu
j City Council litHt nlk'lit vot.Nl t ii-
mil $1(10 mi each liiviiw fur this
,, ih'iIihI. the liquor ordlniiiuv I'lilllni;
I fur $MH) pur iiiiimni. Tb vote wmh
Aye: Alli'ii, Auno. Caldwell,
Ki-lli-y. Sellers. N Oiiflll.
t AiiuiiiK tin bills nli'ni paid whh
one fur SStfto, proKontud liy Kollock
, & Zollongvr of Portland for erlllrl-
ing u charter tmhmltted to them mill
drafting n new charter, wlileli was
never timid. Already bills amount-
ing to aliout $1100 have lieen paid in
i ciiniH'ctlon with tliv now clinrUir,
hiiiI there are still omo outstanding.
An order wim placed with A. (!.
bmg of Portland fur COO feet of
' .Ingle jacket tiro Iiom- at Hoe a foot,
, '. In cart nml other apparatus
TIk street commllteo wiw author-
txel to vtirclutMO iiucwwiry lumber
to huilil croMwnlk where sidewalks
.haw lutm put in.
Tho following bill woru ordered
Pine Forest I.um. Co $ f.lf
I'. I). Ilrown 100.00
S. K. Hubert 100.00
'Bend Livery & Trans. C 30.00
CnldwolKt Mnln 2.30
'O. Thorbjorniton 0.00
Tom Murphy 12.60
Mm. Ncttlo Stevenson 12.00
Bend Hdwrc.Co 73.80
'.'.ollock & Zollongor 250.00
Wcnnndy Li v. G 0.M)
0-:. C. Throne 0.00
Item! Mill. & Whe. Co 13.76
'tend Water. L. & I. Co 70.88
Bend Bulletin 10.60
' 1'ollccmcn Roberta mid Brown
submitted their inontlily reports,
Xnd both men weru reappointed.
At the two seclal meetings of
the council luat week, several mat
ters camo up, in addition to tho
election question. Thursday night
the recorder reiwrted that Twelfth
iViflh) street hnd not -been opened
wide enough at several places to
a'llow thu building of Hiduwnlka
ordered, and the recent order for
llio wulkK whh canceled by tho
Tho OreKon Trunk naked for n
Not long ago two neighbors marketed a lontl
of hogs tho name tiny, nnd ench camo to our
bunk wltli tho drovora check In pnymenl for
their llvo Htock. Hill plnced hia on tluKislt.
Sam drew tho cash, Haying jokingly, "I llko to
hear tho money Jingle," On tho road homo
that night a "hold-up" mnn Htopped both tonma
and Snm'H money jingled in thu robber's picket.
Tho robber didn't care for Hill's bank book.
Moral: Tho man who llkoa to henr
money jlnglo in hia pocket riomutimea
payH tlenrly for thnt aort of music.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
I,. I). 1IAIKI), (l'rcnlilcnt) J. V. MASTItH.S, (Vice I'resiilent)
1', O. MINOR, (Secretary)
L. 11. UA1HD, 1'. O. MINOR, S. V. I1AIRD.
permit covering thu laying of water
pipes on Twelfth ulreet and II wan
.1, II. Iieau wan rIvhii porinMnn
(o bliiNt fur tho foiindallon of hi
building on Wall street.
AtSMlurdny nlghl'M meeting A.
KokhI prrnontud h petition asking
for llccnuo to null liquor In M
packages). It .wmh laid on tho table.
.1. I. Went notlllod the council of
hlitputHo to erect u Mtone build
ing on 11 r avenue and linked thai
thu Mired gihilo thereon bo wttMb
llshed. Tho council Instructed the
recorder to have the city engineer
attend to this.
The iimyor called attention to the
hail condition of thu street it I thu
(irrcuwiMtd nvonuu viaduct, and thu
Oregon Trunk railway whh ordered
to put It in hetter hiipo an it had
I ngred in do.
The HtHN't eoinmlttee WHHorderwl
to proeei-l with the repulr of the
burnt nldewalk on llond Htreet.
PLAN CHRISTMAS TREE"f l,UJ trtt,wienl tolwww llnlric
, to the railroad corwtruvtlon kkok
Clilldrrn Will lie (liven n I rent on,
Uvvnlmc of the lAtd.
The Sunday hcIiooIh of Ituml will ;v",l '"K"y
......u.r,.i.. ti.ia v..i.r .! r'iirli.iiiiii City Attorney
time. Iinvlnw n tree nt Uimtcr'a that the council ban failed Ut do iu
Hall Immediately after the public ,''"' " tl"U t not yet can
hcIiuoI exerclHOHon the evening of I v'1 '"", "Hicnlly nnnounce,! the
the 2ilrd. 'llnwu duxiriiiK to pull
ir.uu.nld III! till. Iri'll IIIIIV
110 HO III
their own rUk. They will bo Klvon
our bent cure, but we will niwuinu i
no renpinlbilily. All pntmnU
xhould lie plainly marked. All Die
children are Invited to attend and
receive n treat.
CKOUC.K W. GATKS,
UOY M. VINYAKI).
GAIN 86.2 PER CENT
Und School Dlalrlct Now Contain
Final figures in tho achool census
canvaw show thnt there are 384
children of school affe In Bend dis
trict No. 12. Thta la an Increase of
80.2 per cent over 1010. In tho
eastern part of tho district a Inrgo
territory was cut on to help form n
new district, nnd but for this fnct
tho Increase would have likely uono
to 100 per cent. Clerk Wieat has
sent his reiwrt to tho county super
intendent. MACHINIST COMUS TONKllir.
Tho HnotyiH! which Tho Bulletin
Is insUllimr was unloaded from tho
freight car Saturday nnd is In the
shop ready to bo set up. C. L.
Adams, trnveling reprenentativu of
tho Mergenthnler company In Ore
Kon uml WiiKhington, will nrrive to
night to put tho tyiHwettur in run
ning shape. Ho hna lieen at Kvor
ott, Wash., inHtnlling n miichino nnd
coultl not get Jiere earlier.
City Council, Alleging Irregularities in
Voting, is Conducting Investigation
Three Meetings Held the Past Week
On the Kround tlmt then; were
IrretfularitioH In voting at theity
election held on the 6th, tho City
Council ban refti! to ratify the
election and l now cuniluctliiK n
Invi-HllKiition. Three iiu'etiniCM have
been held dtirini: the pant week,
nml lant niKht h pcial committee
of the council, cnniMtinC of Kelley,
Aune ami Allen, wm npmintel t
wintinue the Iii(tilry and report Ht
an ndjiuirnod tteiion next Tuewlny
The chief alluKHtlon in tlmt many
here, M well tin a number from
' UiwchuloM, Home of them foreigner,
ruHUlt or tno election, ttmi iihm mil-
iitiriMi ifirii in. iviii iiriiiir iiiiiimiiiiiiiin
' Procvedlnk'n to cornel the council
to ennvnw tho Vote.
Crent interet Is ImjIiij: taken in
tho tuntter nnd ut each mectlni:
there htu lKen many men in t -
The meeting Thunnlny night wna
itttendetl by a crowd thai packed
the room. The election committee
opened tho ballot box and proceeded
to examine the returns. They hnd
at hand a list of members of tho
railroad construction gang working
here and found on comparing It
wltfi'tho voters' list that there were
a number of these railroad tran
sients who had voted. It was also
stilted that men had come up from
Deschutes and voted. Legal advice
as to what the council might do was
asked, and Attorneys Forbes and
Benson addressed Die council. Tho
question of the amount of time the
council had for canvassing the vote
camo un nnd it was decided that it
was not necessary that the canvass
bo completed within forty-elght
AlUAT TKOM IIARNOY. I tiBATIZI) lY HOT WATI1K.
If a sulllciont market can bo ob-l Tho first residence in Bend to be
tained, tho Central Oregon Truck warmed by a heating system Is that
Ing Co. will haul dressed beef to 'of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Frame. A
Bend from Burna. A load was hot wnter' system has just been in
brought over on the last trip and stalled by tho Bend Hardware Co.
disposed of locally. ' There Is n radiator in each room,
We have Just ns much cheer to offer
you ns this jolly old face, but in n
different line. We are offering Hard
ware and Builders' Supplies at unheard-of
prices. After a purchase
you'll think you've had a gift from
Santa Stoves, Ranges, Building
and General Hardware sold by
hours after tho return were made ',
but that ft inimt bu Htartwl within'
that period. Chairman May of the
election IhhipI made a ntntemunt,
and Mayor Coo iwtld bo favored Uk-j
lnf all the time neewwnry for nj
iMinileti invetiKHli'in, M ho did
not want to ho iiwyor for another
term If the correcUietf of the elec
tion wan (tiMlioned.
Adjournment, wiw taken at 0:16
to 7:110 Saturday niKht, the com
mittee on election In the menntimo
to find out what it could and rujxirt
Saturday evening there wtunn-j
other blrT crowd present, and nftor,
other busiueMM had Iwen trnnwtcteil I
tho committee on oloctiona reported i
that II had had a canvaw of the I
town made and had found only
about 212 voter, and nome of them
had not voted on the 6th. Mayor
Coo mined the point that tho council
had not yet canvniMed the election
return and that the roault was
tl,,.r..f,im nr.t nlllrlnllv knnwn. Citv
l Allorncy yi took tho position
lhnl ,t mUHt do U)ig ,,adllK tho
1 fil.llr(M, ,..,, m,nutM before anv.
thing could be done in regard to
tho question of illegal voting. He
cited supremo court decisions of a
number of state to supiort his con
tention. Councilman Kellcy called
on J. II. Stewart for an opinion and
he stated that the council did not
have to place on record returns
which It had reason to belle vo
showed fraud. Mr. Forbes replied
to Mr. Stewart, and before they
had concluded both indulged inn
few peppery personalities,
The council was not yet convinced
that It had to canvass tho returns,
spread the result on its minutes nnd
wnit for some ono to Initiate a con
test before proceeding further in
its ferreting out of the fraudulent
voting. Adjournment was therefore
taken until Tuesday evening.
and with electric light and hot and
cold water In eh room the houno
in thu eqtiHl of the lnt found in
Inrite eltie. TIhi furnihinn
' throughout nre splendid.
HOUSE OF 20 ROOrVlS
Two Piirllanil Women Wlllliulld on
At tho corner of Tliird street and
Junior avenue, two Portland
women. Mra. K. Hennor and Mrs.
Stella IlawuN, rinlortt, will shortly
have work started on a 20-room
butldinK to be uned for n rooming
houe. The lot wim purchwod lat
week from J. H. .Stewart, through
K. K. Furrer. for ?1200. Thin Ik
the Rite where Mr. Stewart last
Htimmer itartetl to build u bunRalow
but KHve up the iilon after the
foundation wan laid.
The building which Mm. Hennor
and aister contemp'ato erectinrT will
be modern in every way and a sub
atantial frame structure. An order
for tho lumber has already been
placed with the Ikind Iirick & Lum
MAY GET HATCHERY
Investigation .Made of the Deichutcs
by State lixpert.
The fish hatchery which the Com
mercial Club has been making efforts
to secure for Bend will probably be
established. Irvin II. Wilson, fish
cultural at large, was here last
week making an investigation. He
wont up the liver nnd it is under
stood that ho was favorably im
pressed with a site near Benham
Falls. His report will be considered
by the Fish Commission at its next
meeting, to bo held soon.
After Many Delay, Local Mill Start
After many delays, the local flour
mill Is being operated. The first
grain to be ground was put through
last Thursday and was for feed.
During the last three days of the
week 72,000 pounds of feedstuff
was ground. The mill has a good
supply of grain on hand.
JOB FOR SOMEONE
Government Wants Carrier for Bend
Kural Delivery Route.
An examination to secure a
carrier for the rural delivery route
from Bend will be held hero on Jan.
G. Postmaster Minor has received
blanks to be filled out by applicants
who wish to take tho examination.
The Government desires that at
least six people take it. The posi
tion pays $520 jier annum for 15
hours of service a week.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U O. COB. Praald.nt E. A. SATHCR, Vic Hrtldnt
0.8 HUDSON, Chl.r
iBPiiat lull, pam
. Mr. Business Man
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ern banking institution.
Ask for our statement and study it. Investigate the
men who stand back of the business we conduct.
Consider tho protection given our funds. Our
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to safeguard your banking business.
If your business is jutralyzed for lack of funds -if
it is a good business with good prospects -why
not talk to us about your credit? You will find
thnt we have a friendly attitude towards all pro
gressive ideas, and n willingness to give your
proposition careful consideration.
We offer your account strength and confidential
nnd courteous treatment.
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. COK K. A. SATHKR C. S. HUDSON
O. M. VATTKKSON II. C. HU.IS
JOHN W. WHITE DIED
Comlnz to llenJ Willi Altnnnt Nnthlnic,
He AriMnscd Conxlilerable Torlune
Widow, Son and Daughter Survive
funeral Conducted by K. P.
John W. White, a pioneer of tho
Bond country, died nt the Bend
Hospital last Thursday morning,
aged 02. He had Iwcn ill for some
time, being afflicted with several
digoofos. Death was caused by
heart trouble ami congestion of tho
liver. The funeral was held Sun
day afternoon and intorrhont mado
at Pilot Bulte Cemetery!;
Mr. White came to Bend about
eight years ago. It Is said by some
of those who knew him woll that he
had loss than a dollar whon he camo
here. The property which he left
to be divider! equally among his
wife, son and daughter is estimated
to be worth $.'10,000 to $10,000. He
owned the poatofficc corner, tho
Holmes & Smith corner, 320 acres
around and Including part of Pilot
Butte and 320 acres of timber and
meadow land up the river. For a
number of years Mr. White was en
gaged in the meat market business
and for the last few years had spent
his time on his nomostead at Pilot
Butte, which ho made final proof on
Mr. White was married twice and
is survived by his second wife, a 15-year-old
daughter and a son by his
first marriage, Dr. White of Cali
fornia, who was here for the
funeral. He got here Saturday
evening and went out yesterday
morning. Mrs. White started for
Bend on learning1 of ber husband's
death but telegraphed 'frorn Sin
Francisco that owing to illness she
could not ontinue the journey, i
Being a member of the Knights
of Pythias, Mr. White was buried
by the local lodge. The pallbearers
were E. A. Griffin, C. D. Rowe, N.
P.Smith, Frank Sutherland, M.J.
Morrison and A. C. Lucas. M. A.
Palmer and Gene Getchell were
masters at arms. A procession was
formed from the morgue to tho
church. The funeral was preached
by Bishop Paddock.
UIO EXPERIMENTAL FARM, i
Tho advent of Lawoon's son-In-Inw,
Henry McCall, and his methods
of farming will give Central Oregon
a first-class experimental farm on a
large scale. Portland Oregonlan.
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