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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1914)
The bend bulletin
iii;NI), ojii.uov, vnl.vi;si)AV aiti.hnoon, mikii i, imii,
CIIANOG IS A1ADE
4?oiiiuion Ihilli-ry Knlli'lihonril I'nl
'in, nn.il iM-llimr Mimlro (Jhmi
p HKqlmngo OWio NorJ.K't,i,H In
V' liuIltllliK Conf'ft $1000.
- A telephone system that I In wver
way moilarn and etflrlanl I now In
lis -n lod, AM I'bnif '''iWPIPfe
-ft Telephone Oft uriK liMHijaWUW
It on the. UW A f l-Mwf fiPTafll
given Tin) ttiolmnct) haa lnn mnv
wl Into the ne.w DaeeltHl IuvuwMl
Co 1'iillillttK with off.ee tn Oregon
4ilrni, mid entire!) imw Kiulpuieui
ii til In. Tim entire outlay waa aiom
il.ooo. A common hatiuty awltrh
board he lu Installed. n( ample
4-hhcII In fih (or the ueada of the
town for year. Thin la the only one
of the kind In lb county. The uw
nitti la receiving much favorsM
omment. though It U not tt In the
moat iwrfect working ahao owing lo
Ita newness. Mauagei J. K. Pop of
1'rlnevlll haa aint much tin
Iter recently assisting In making
the change. anl Monday thru of ilu
Pioneer dlrerturs were over Ineiant
1nc th eiatem, W. F. King, and U
W nod A. J. Noble.
Tb change from the old esrhang
Vm made Holiday, and th night ser
viie started Monday.
The new awltchboard wu mantifee
urd by the Western Klectrlc Cji.i
nany and la of tb type uaad la nil
th eicbaHgew of the lata cities. It
has a capacity of 30 local llnea.
"which means something like fioo
phonos, and 10 toll line. There
ri now only Hue In use. with I to
iiherrlbers ao that ths need of the
town Hill be rared fur by tbla board
Xreara Aa noon a they hw need-
h, two operator ran work at the
Imard at th same time. Koomi haa
also im left far the leeUiltatloH of
another awltekbaard of the asm e!s
nd rapacity alongeld Hits board.
as n aa audi la neowaeary. Tha
jiwlii hiioard and nltir inniilimtit !n
tha olflrw rtnit aUiut f l&OU
llo tlm hjlnw Wot-ka.
Tha data I la of phoning orr tb
tiaw ayvtom tra aa follow n- Tb
uirlr lift Ua rncwlvor frww lb
bo., thla lighting g IttO btmo nn
tbr awluhhnard. Tna oiwraior plaga
In on U Una anj aa lhu la 4oim tb
litht l (ranargivwd to ft Ui Har
tb oparaiorli ringing ky Tha
mi raw anld being oiilnd. tho
ttparator plugt In on that uuni!rr,
tlila ratialng a avriMd tamp to llgh'
Aa aoun aa tlm party rung anwir.
ttoth llgkta go out W hen th par-tii-
aia through UUIiik. lotb latnta
light again and tk oparator knowa
to dlMonaart Uw Unas. If on of
in imrtiaa wgata auothr Una. b
rhouid bang up tha rnealvar and wait
u momant. titan lalw th racelvar
down ngala and aaklng for tba naw
nunitiar h ant ad
Tli urn ara party llnaa for hualaaab
houtH ami party llnaa for roauiauaw.
Oh Ilia liuatnoaa llna tbara UI ba
mly two phonaa Ona la known aa
h "rad" and tha othar aa a "blank"
Huiacrlhr. Klthar phona can Ito
rung without tha othar auliacrlbar
knowing It by what la known aa
"apllt ringing." by tha uaa of tha
red or black koy of tha altrhh ard.
On party llnwa lbar will not lie more
Keep Your Valuable
Papers In Our Vault
Tho lict nnil anfaal plnco In tlu world to
kryp II ix' nnil llfo Imiininco polled, note
oouilnj: iliia, morlKOKCMf (linnl In fnK nil
vnlimhlo piiporn Im In a llic-pmof milt.
Hvciy 11110 minnut iiifonl to liuo 11 ntccl
vniill, or (Hon 11 llr-iMior hiifo In lib liniuo,
lint mor)' 0110 emi iiifonl lo Keep IiIn lu
ublu uikii In out' mult bccmiio tho rental
ohuiKcil I" um 110111111; conimicl with tho
Von nn 1 IcitM' 11 altml box with 11 11011.
Iihvknlilit, Ynlo look bin tmoiitili to contain
nil jour tiiluiihlo piipnm linililo our tnul1
for only i-ilMM) it j oar.
Drop In novt tliuo jon'io piiholnK.
Deschutes State Bank
Hiii'i't'HNor to tho
Deschutes Banking & Trust Company
H. KlSItllHIili. I'roa. V. O. MINOR, Soa'y.
Ii. M. LAKA, g.vahlpr. .
nillKQTOIlS, ' '
1). Karroll, K. O. Minor, 13. M. Lara s
..r.-t.:,"V' ' -r vr- ' .
limn four pliiiiiQM, two lining ' red'
mill two "blank '. Whan iiiih auiimrl'i
it In rung only tlm othwr on tin
' rid".or "liliwk" I'lrniilt, ns the ca
limy Im, will hear tha hell.
All tha fiirmam' huI Inlar-rlty
Ilium noma Into tli nwltrlilKinril arp
iiihIh from Uih locl llnaa, llmrahy
olivlntliiK murh lioubln to tlm op
Hrntora nail Inaurlnx quicker local
All Uih ImttHrliw u r located In tha
bxitlitinge oIIIch, lianca tha nnma oom
iiioii lniUary. Tliora am two aata of
lliwiH, mm Im'dk In tiaa and th othar
IihIiI In rmmrvn.
Tim nlxlil opMrator liaa a onttch
anil may alaop ilnritiK tlia ilull lionra
of (Im nlKlit, but when aha Ihtm
tin) Rwlti'tiiiourd the night ball Ii
(f'uMlinied o-i luit Iho)
SAWMILL OPERATIONS TO
BE RESUMED NEXT WEEK
lleml Conipnny Will Kntploy r,n li'i.
Willi I'Myroll uf i5iiin TlmlKr
War il. Ilitfiil lo Ho I'ol Now.
Ttfa aiwnilll of The Hand Com.
rany V brgltt oprtlona next waak
i f'il raparlty, giving rtnploymnnl
lo aiiout r.u man Tha monthly pay
roll will total mora than f Bfion. Otilr
the planar haa been operated during
A rompttt)naw porting labia haa
!ean int In rwcently, thla bolng a de
cided lmprovimant to (be aawtnn
work. TbH mill would have heou
running thla week had tapalra ar
rived In time. A hoot 10 men will
I omployed at tho mill and yarda
and attorn 10 In logging work. Thn
aama ramp that waa nied lat enr
a rotiple of mllea up river will l In
iteration thm annimar. Moat of tha
logging however, will be dm near
the m'll. Through a trade madv
with tha Roger Interact, the com
liarjy haa ncqalred about four million
fat of timber located from a ij'iar
ter of a mile to a mile and a half
from thn mill, and thla will N cut.
at lha rata of 1.000.000 feat par
month, or 40,00 ft per day of 10
houre tha mill capacity. Tblrt) or
40 more man than now are employ,
will have work. Tbua looking for
Joa ahuuld apply at tat company a
WHathar condlttona ware had for
ahlpmenta laat month, but at tbnt 16
cara went ISaat. Tbla month Lha ex
port will run to about h oar a 4a r
Jgondny a carload of oownjogf Ul
Innwior wna illapitebad to Hartford.
Conn. Thla la tha fart)t hblpmenl
The K. A. (Irimn mill will atari un
aa aoon aa water la turned Into the
Arnold ditch for the aeoeon.
NO EXTENSJNJF SEWERS
Otty (Vnnrlt In Not lo I'nvor of hucii
Ht '1 III". IIIIH'.
The Hftitln cut of th t't t'oiinrfl
it I hi mniiihh pifi-tlng laat nlftht
wna agnluat iinv irvvrr rtinlou at
tbla III 1 It had hiM'n propound that
a lateral le Imllt to connect with the
new arhool hu and another to
eerva the Oathnllc pariah hona. A
remonstrance wma Bltd agalnit the
latter, and tho eatlmata of the etfcy
engineer ahowod that the coat of a
lino lo tha Relo achoot would bo more
Aaldo from pawing on regultir bllla
thwrt) waa little of Intomat transacted
at tha meotlng.
A francabw to give Sieldl A Tweel
power to oonrtruct awl operate aa
electric aytem In I lend waa road for
the Aral time.
Owing lo tho lata hour of adjourn
ment, nothing w'aa done about a Are
department aa had Immw planned. The
council will meet again oa March 17.
Ailuitilimci, I'okftlhllltlt'M mill IHill-
tlilllco, of rluili mi lnlltilloii Or
t'lipy HmwiI'm Ibifoii) (lullirrliiK
of jH I'aroicrK mill Otlicra.
With CI men prevent, tha flrat Inn
cheog given under the HHaplowi of
Ilia Coinwtjr l' Club, for 1mk1 bual
NMia men and fnrmnm. hsid at tli
llond Dotal ninrdgf, prornl a flrat
rate gtKMNW. '
'4. I. ICgfM. tnWet Af tho Cow.
marrlal Club, prealdad. and in addi
tion to an excellent luncheon therg
waa conaldernide Impromptu aix-ak
l"g, chiefly by farmer Tbe lun
rhewn waa tha llret of what la
lect4Mt to davalop Into a regular fca
lure, (heir purpoee telng to bring
all who are fntaraied In the develop-
inenl of tha town and country Inttf
clue, contact, and to dlacuu pniblemaj
of mutual Inter cat.
At maurday'n gathering the rh'ef
toplo waa a co-oieratlva creamery.
Mr. Iteea outlined the advantagea.
to uotn ouameaa men ana rarmera. oi ,
aoch an Institution. W. (1 Waugh ,
was the flrat man called uion. and
he expreeeed h' belief that there wag
room and need here for a -o-era.
tlve creamery. The others Indoraed
this view. However, the difficult!
of the undertaking were dwelt upon,
as well aa Ha advantagea.
The aentiment waa that sufficient
cowa coald be secured to make auch
an Institution profitable, and that
capital to finance the equipment end
would be, forthcoming from local
huslnana man, who would take stock
which later woo Id l taken over by
the farmer themselves T. 11. Foley
gave a prl!mlnar outline of a plan
whereby hi rompan), tha Hand.
Watar Mgfet I'oargr Ccwnpany,
Wight aoNairvet a ctaOttiary building
In eoaneatfon w'tk nn low plant they
propo9 lo erect: the advantagea and
economies Of mutual operation of the
two warn brought out. The advisa
bility of purchasing. If poeathle. the
equipment of the existing private
creamery, waa brought up. Tha great
advantage to Uiirsrmia,pi regular
Monthly pur ataamAwa dwelt upon.
The apaahor ware W. O. Waugk,
I. II Dencer. T. H. Foley. II. Kerrel.
O. Lanrgaarfl. Clyde M. McKay ami
C. 8. Hudson The farmer iiraaont
agreed that they would take lmma-1
llate nian to get full data regarding
the number of available cuw. etc
AM, MK WAHIH'NS lllSMIHelKII.
The altate Cmim ('onmJaaioa. at a
meeting at Salem lant wsM. dpe ne
ed with lava an teas of all gaae war
dena In Qhujon. soma 1 la unmiter.
It Is sabj that aome of them will bo
raitjmlat4. It la not yat known
who will gat tba appolntmaot for
I'llOI'OHAIi IS IHS.M'I'IIOVltl).
According to Washington dla
patcuaa. the proposal made by I.. I'.
WaVtsnVId of foaUl that the land
nUlce for tha Lakaviaw dburtct be
removed from there to Craacent dawi
not meet with tha apnroval of Cont
mtaaloner Tallman Chief among his
reaaona are tha lack of rail communication.
S The llend Hardware Qq. r. , ) 5$)
) ' , . cutTV in stock u com- 5!
s plt'te line of 'J &&&
Agricultural Imple- ( yB
-4 merits n
? Garden Tools s
Garden Seeds 5
I Grass Seeds. s
S Cull uiitl get our prices mid ) y$
) sect! utittdog. fjj)
BEND - - S
HARDWARE ,.;,.. .-J
? I. nil '"I ' " "rk?' ' f ir'1'
MOVE A1EANS MUCH TO
llllC Timbre OiMirrw Sow I Into Hold.
Iiium In Coiiipnct lllockfi, I'rcpnrcil
1'or Kroiioinlml IikkImk Jolin
ItjHii .MnkiM DctaIN I'libllc.
What Jijlin 18. Hyan and othur h(g
ttmbermen call tha nat ImporUint
tranaaetlon over carrlml thrimglt In
th Iaacbutg Valley timber belt waa
conaummalad a abort tltno aim. and
Ha detnlla are now public. IJrtaflr, It
la tha blocking up or combining of
tha holding of aeveral of tha largatt
companlea, io that now their timber
la practically In one or two largo,
compact bodbe, Inatead of bolng aeat
tared widely and mixed one with the
The big deal meana now at leant
WVB ,,f ihm ,,, Hmlwr Boloer,
,i, .... . ..-i. ... .t...
milUnH cun , Hon. BMy ltmm ,,
with the abeolute minimum of ex
penae and maximum of efficiency. It
nleo makea It alamlntely certain, ao
far aa urh msttera ever can be. that
.j 1,1 , .k mnai m..rtm.,t
,.-rfl .m-ui.-i. wm min .1 r
, r. ,- . W "... --w. . ,.
very near Hend, aa haa nlwaya been
understood. The final grouping of
tbolr propertlea roncentratea all of It
woere the topography doaa not per
mit of milling eleewhare, even if rail
roads or pond facilities war avail
able at any other feaalMa point,
which they are not.
Aa a reault of the big "swap" tha
Bond Timber Company, being tha A.
It. Hoara Interests, now have noma
14,000 aeroa Immediately want of
Head, practically all of It within f
mile. One of the two big black
of tba Deschutes Lumber Company
t Continued on last tag.)
CIRCUIT COURTJEXT. WEEK
Wrj I'cw (e on the Docket Itr
fSpecUl to The.lNUalnJ.
1'KINlCVII.l.M. March I. Circuit
Court will co arena next Monday.
Judge Bradahaw presiding. There
re only a faw easoa on tba docket
thla term, none of them being of Ira
portauce. The following hi the oftl
ctftJ J(irv 1Ut 4rawn
P K Rouh. Madras: R. J. Ilk el -
ton. Siktera. Hldwell Cram, Oatewa) .
John l.urky. Jr.. PrineVllle: II. Unk.
Madras. A. J. Fiala. Ualdlaw. W. 8
Avers, I'rlnevllla: A. I). Ouer. I'rln.
Till J as. Klce. Hay Creak. E P.
Broeterhou. Uend: H. L. Friday.
Oatewa) W. O. Darnes. Laldbtw;
Wm Iwcua. Lav 1'laa: Hugh Oea.
"rlnevilla: Thaaatora Anna. Band: J.
J. Corn. Laid law: John Bulger.
PrlncWlle. Homer Alexander. Metol
lua. Tbos. S. Bants. Prtaavllle:
Kraok Harner. Ash wood: J. K. How
ard. Iiwer llrldse: Wm. nrown,
lldlaw; II. Brooking. Hampton: M.
S. Mavleld. Itobsrta: Walter Bacon.
Alfalfa: J. P. Dgakott,' 8lsters: Sol
win Montgomery. Prtnevllla; S. M.
Bailey. Roberta: P. D Scammon,
Fife 1). A. Yates. Powell .Bulla. O.
W. Walls. Redmond.
ul v'jvh. v'J
WEST SIDE ASSURED
OF AN APPROPRIATION
OF 327,800 FOR ROADS
VMSKVlUUtt, Mar. I.--I
I'. !. Commlaalonar Haylwy
toilny gav tha fiend delegation
that la horn In the Internet of
roada tha Hurne that an ap
propriation of $27,800 will bo
made for the went atdo. Tbe
ordxr to thla effect will be jmt
on tho County Court record
thla afternoon. Mo order ha
prsvlownly been mad for any
Mich weat aide appropriation.
Mr. Hnyloy haa'heen working
from the drat in Om InUraat t
an adequate road grant for Um
waatorn part of the uaty and
haa now rHieceoded In obtnwtnx;
daflnlte aaauranc that tba or
iler will Ik- mada. Thn mooey
la to be apent under the diree
tlon of Mr. Imyley, and w1tl ha
Rpportlonml approslmatery na
Bend-Lalfllaw road, 4(000.
ItHil-Hnnm and Bnd-Bar
Croak roada. $15,000.
Moilmond-ellatera road, $7000.
The remainder will be uaed
on various other highways.
Thin afternoon there are eg.
jieeted to be aomo Intereatlng
developmentii In the County
Court over the Hprlngr reraua
other oMclahi affair
"KID PARTY" PRODUCES
EVENING OF "SCREAMS"
! Young Women of the Tiwn Attend
Affair Oh oh lly Ml Stdner In
lire of Children,
At the home of Mrs. A. C. Lucas
Prtday night. Mlaa Martha Sldner was
hostess at one of Um most ontertaln-
Ing affairs ever given In Bend for
those fortunate enough to be pres
ent. It was a "kid party" and the
reports are that It waa a vary Jolly
gathering that everybody had ao
much fun that thay want borne with
their sides aching from too much
ah came nreased as cnildren. Well
known characters such as Buster
Brown. Rather Starling and others
were rHprsaented. and It Is said that
soma of tha Prisclllas made dandy
hoys. Tha color line waa not drawn
for one of the dignified school teach
ers made a big hit as a "coon girl "
All sorts of "kid games ' were played,
and atrlped stick candy and animal
cookies wars handed out to the "llt
Us anas." Badlea asclteasswt was
furnished by the presence of a real
little mouse Introduced Into tha ns
aemblage by tha "girl of color."
Every girl brought her doll and soma
of the mlschlavoue "brats" msde life
for the others "mlaeraMe" by con
tinually "swiping" the dolls. It Is
said that there was aom "bawling"
Indulged In that would do credit to
any orphan home.
Souvenirs of the evening were pre
served In the form of a flashlight
picture of tba "kiddle. "
COMMKUCIAL t'Ll'll Ll'VCIIKOX.
The Commercial Club will hold lu
next luncheon on Saturday at the
Pilot Butte Hotel at IS o'clock sham.
Business man and farmers are all In
vited to attend.
SIIICKIPP MAK1J.N AltRKST.
SharlS Klklna waa her Monday
and took back with him to Prlne
vtlle John KoUmaa and his brother.
00 a charge of larceny. It la said that
other charge may be placed against
them Deputy Sheriff Fox aas they
were arreeted without a warrant
Ihe First National Bank
OF BEND, DEND.OREGON
U. C. C'OE, rriaeut K A. SATHKK, Vice- I'lwulent
t . S Hl'DSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid - - (35.000
Th nw Gurrenoy BUI is now a law.
Panics are a thing of tha past.
Additional security and safety has been
added to the banks of the U. S., and
therefore to the people.
This is the greatest piece of construc
tive legislation passed in fifty years.
We cannot put its many provisions in
writing for lack of space, but will bo '
pleased to tell you personally of the many
admirable features of this bill, which are
for your further safety and welfare. Gall
and talk to us about it.
ta FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
"aarixstrasss DIRECTORS '
UIC'COK ' If, . SATHBlt '. S. UDOSOJf
O. M. lU'rtt3K0?r If. C. KM.IS i - t
i WIEST WRITES
SAYS JURIES AFRAID
.More Aclhlty Agalnut Pool Itooma
by tlio Loiter of Law nnil Order
IHiguc County onfombt Aro
Hllrroil Lfp 'mt',, Maili.
Aa the rasa It at & letter addressed
t Oovortmr Was Vf L. D. Wleat oa
bhalf of tb Law and OnlOr Laaguo
further activity fat the effort to close
tha local pool and (4'llard rooms on
Sunday took place last Sunday.
Acting on orders from Sharlff Kl
klna, Deputy Sheriff Wenandy visited
the Carmody ewtaMlshment about
noon Sunday and ordered tha patrons
who warn watching a bowling match
to laara tho room. Mr. Curnwwir i
not praaant. Hta employ In cliarcn
waa told that ha might keep open tho
frmtt nt thm iIam ivlitf.tt aI.m ..
light refresh menu are sold but that
mo pooi room and fcowung alloys
miMt ) Shut On Vr Plrmi.,1,'.
return a short time later, ha raoponed.
in ranr room and began to bowl
with soma friends. Soon lr. no.
cording to Mr. Carmody; Doputy
Sheriff Wenaady rams hack and
again ordered the place to be closed.
ss wnen id is waa refused aatu that
h placed Mr Carmody under arrest
though havlnv nn warrant in tin an
At thla time the rear room waa va
cated and the door leading to It nil
Np by Deputy Fox. The aeal was re
moved at midnight and Mr. Carmody
understands that ha Is no longer un.
(Continued on Last Page)
ICE AND COLD STORAGE K
Kcnttcn Itebullillns Near Tracks, anil
Itoyil IJulldi Down Hirer.
Some portion of the local needs In
the way of lee and cold storage wilt
be cared for by the completion of tho
two plants now undo" construction
which will be In operation shortly.
In order to provide lea for hla own
use In connection wHu his moat bosl
neMfORcu. Hftpd. Is now-njasd In
building aa artlnenl lea plant on hla
property a mile below town. Ho Is
devetorlng a small power on tho
river which will fora'sh 35 horse
power. The lea plant will have a
dally capacity of six tons apd roost
of the product will be used In tho
slaughter nous that Mr. Uoyd Is
hulld'ng lu connection with the plant.
Any power not needed for the plant
will it used to pump water for Irri
gation If. K erst en. of the Central Oregon
Ic A C0I4 Storage Co., whose plant
waa destroyed by fir some months
ago. Is wresting a new cold storage
plant on the railroad elose to
tha Band Hardware Oompanv's ware
house near Koa avenue. The build.
ng, which la ram, has dimensions
40 by 80 feet. There are six thick
nesses of wall, and one foot of Insu
lation, of sawdust and air. Tho
building w! l used eklofty for stor
age of bottled goods, for which, Mr.
Kerstea la distributing agent, snd
a bottling plant will also be Installed.
The outlay on the building la about
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