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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1916)
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THK REND RL'LLETIN, REND, ORE.,'WERNESlAY, SEPTKMHER 27, 1010.
tfXIL-. AJUkl. .
Hecnusc of the fact that necessnrv
papers fnllcd to arrive from Denver",
the Immediate action In the railroad
matter was delayed, and not taken -up
on Tuesday evening r.s was hoped by
the council. A meeting Is called for
rrldry evening at which time It Is
hoped that all matters will bo ready
to proceed. Croak County Journal.
Only Lady Tiller.
e think .Mrs. Kverett can claim
the distinction of being the onlv lady
tiller of the sell In this part of the
vhiih-. ane nas Kept the plow busy
Mnce Mr. Everett went to Crescent
to tako up bis school work. Kort
Mr. John IHs.tr liiought to this cf
flco last week six "potatoes weighing
one pound each, jhey were of uni
form size and shape and he Eald
they were all secured while digging
only one bucket of potatoes. The va
riety Is early ic!e. Chewaucan
Sheep Are Cuming.
Tho shccpmeiv of this district rro
Hepnatlng their Bheep preparatory
for fall delivery. Some will be taken
to Klamath Kails and others to Mend.
To nvold the 100-mlle drive In the
dust, the buyers demand the sheep
delivered nt tho railroad terminals
this year. It may bo that next year
all stock from this section can bo
loaded on cars at Sliver l.akc, which
will end nil dusty nnd wearisome
drives. Sliver l.ako.
JOHNSON SAYS COYOTES
ARE BEGQMINBMENAOE AGAIN
Mlllican Valley People nro Attacked
lly Hubld AnlinnW Crop Con
ditions Are flood.,
Rabid coyotea are again becoming
a menace In tho Mlll'can section, ac
cording to P. II. Johnson, who was
In town on business on Monday, hi
tho psst few days coyotes have at
tacked settlers In his neighborhood,
Mr. Johnson says, and a dog belong
ing to M. I). Wlllard. which had been
in a fight With a rnvntn. hml in tin
killed because It developed tho dis
ease. One of the most unpleasant exper
iences anyone hes had occurred when
FarrtU Ringer II. E. Smith, v.lien
on a camping trip and sleeping on
tho ground, woke In tho night to find
a coyote only three feet away. At
tacks iinve aluo been made nt tho C.
I-.. Evans nnd the II. It. Keller homes.
Mr. Johnson was very enthusiastic
concerning the crop conditions In the
Mlllican valley this year. He hnd
recently bought half a ton of pota
toes from one rancher, he said, nnd
otners Had raised all tho potatoes
they needed for home use. In most
places grclti looked well, especially
that of H. P. Dyer, while Mr. John-
Fan himself has somo alfalfa that Is
(THt QOOD OUPOt LIVTCHS TO MEN WHO KNOW SOMCTHINS
rVE CMtWtDNEIw.lv tvERY
KINO OP TOBACCO A.NO W9
NEVER. TOBACCO SKTOPieDr
UNTIL I60T W-BCU.TML
KIM. TOBACCO CHEW.
Y-B IS HUAUTy
1EASOHEP WITH SALT.
MEN Or EXrtKCNCLl
I KNOW WHAT THlmM
TAIKINO ABOUT. I
HTERE is tho common sense way a W-B CUT user i
L put it up to one of his friends:
"When it comes to tobacco satisfaction, that's gtrt to,
be in the tobacco in the beginning. Molasses and licorice
won't put it there. W-B CUT is rich tobacco and chock
full of real tobacco satisfaction excess sweetening has
no charm for you once you knOTf quality tobacco. And remember
th other points let rinding and splttlnf, and holf-alzed chenf."
Mb t7 WETMAN-BXUTOH COMPANT, SO Uafoa Stu, Nt To Clj
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
Crop .Mean IniprmementN.
The good crop will mean ninny Im
provements In central Oregon. Many
will Invest In automobiles. The use
cf the auto is being extended to farm
use now, and those farmers who are
owners can scarcely be. gotten to do
without tl.em. This field for the nuto
salesman Is largo. Perhaps many will
build now house", end burns. This is
very much needed In this country.
Most people are working for a nice
home, nnd pcrhnps this Is a greater
Incentive to work than any other
thing. Therefore there will doubtless
bo n number of new farm residences
built as a result of the prosp?,-lty
arising from tho good crop nnd splen
did prices. Deschutes Valley Tribune.
HKAIi ESTATE TRANSFERS.
J. A. Irvine to Ilend Const. Co. wd
44 lots In Staats Addition to Bend $1.
Ilend Pnrk Co., to It. It. Itowdoln
wd 1.14 R39 Center add to Ilend, $10.
Henry l.lnster to Clark A. Paul wd
lots C and 7, block 15, Aubrey
Ilend Co., to Shevlln-Hlxon Co.,
wd lot G. block 12, Park addition,
Henry l.lnster to C. P. Vnrney wd
lots 0 and 10, block 9, Aubrey
C. P. Vnrney to Miss S. Pnrmloter
wd lots 9 and 10, block 9, Aubrey
S. A. lllakley to W. J. Shannon wd
parcel NEtfNWH, S-1S-12.
W. J. Hruggcmnn to K. 11. Sum
my, one-hnlf Interest lot 10, block
2, Ilend, wd $10.
V. II. Staats et al to George II.
Davis wd lot 3, block 4, Deschutes,
IT. S. to Nicholas P. Welder pat
Stnte Ui Nlch)las P. Welder d
SWU SEU 2C-17-12.
Ilend Co., to Chns H. I.nno wd lot
5, block 1 Iloulevnrd nddltlou, Ilend,
Olllo Snyder to George W. Snyder
wd SWUNWU 2-17-11, $10.
State to George W. Snyder d SW
C. W. Mnrtyn to Kenwood Pro. Co.
rel lots 3, 10 and 15, block 5 Ken
Chnrles H. Low to Joseph Zoll mo
ENEU S. VJ4NVH. 9-17-12,
$G00. 1 yr. 10ft.
J. P. Templln to Kenwood Pro. Co.
rel lots 1 to 4, Inclusive, block 21,
A desirable bread knlfo frco with
every annual subscription to The
We are in receipt of tho seml-r.n-nual
statement of County Clerk De
Lap showing the condition of Klam
f.th county up to July 1, 191C. Tho
report shows that at that time tho
general fund was behind $3S9.2fi2.10
This covers Interest amounting to
$58,329.87. Road Pund warrants out
standing nt that time amounted to
$589.58, with cash on hand $17,487.-
10, leaving a cash balance or $Hi,
S97.58. The new court liotiso fund
has a cash balance of $4.3S2.89. Dur
ing tho first six months or 19Hi,
2,030 claims were allowed by tho
county court for which wurrantH hnve
been Issued. The full report is too
lengthy fcr us to pubilbh al tills tlni'-'.
Itr.POKT OP THK CONDITION OP
The First National Bank
,Iti the Stnte of Oregon, nt the Cloe of ltu.sliics, September Ititli, 101(1.
Loans and discounts (notes held In bank) $275,199.24
Total loans . . .' $275,199.24
A limy Well Driller.
Pred Oilman has given notice of
Intention to mako proof on his home
siend. ills homostund is known as
tho "Forty Holes" rn'icli, on account
of him having drilled about that
number of vcIIh on the plnce, all from
80 to 100 feet, without finding water.
Another Xelghlxnly Aci.
Wo received several head of nice
cnbbnges from Mrs. S. E. Siiomore
during tho last week, for which we
ure truly thankful. Juntura Times.
New Cur On Piliieillle Hun.
R. P. Scheurer has n now Hudson
Miper-fclx which Is being used in the
passengc: business between tills city
nnd Hedmond. Arrangements have
just been mode with Mr. Scheurer by
Mnnnger P. K. Ilarber of the Hotel
Oregon by which tho headquarters
for all of Mr, Scheurcr"s business will
be the Oregon. Autos ore ndvortlhed
to meet nil trains, and for trips to
interior points. Crook County Journal.
Not Worthy of Notice.
A Porcll Hutio correspondent takes
uYcnntlnn to some of the statements
of the very active press agent of Ilend
whom, It Is anegeu, claims i-cij-(
thing In sight for that place, when us,
n matter of fact there Is very lltle
In the agricultural lino In Its vicinity j
The Spokesman's notion is that false
statements anu claims win iuu
eventually redound to the detrlmeut
of the locality that sends them out
hence are scarcely worthy of notice.
A C.ihhI Advertisement.
i..l..cll l vntlni- 1100.000 In
bonds to aid financing the construc
tion of a railroad rrom ine niaia nuo
of the Oregon Trunk to that city
t.y a vote of 35S to 1, is the greatest
advertisement it can give the world
that it wants capital to come there
jsnd invest, and that It Is willing to
1 lack Its Invitation with an Invest
ment of its own. Jefferson County
Went Ads only ONE CENT a word.
MOOSE TO INSTALL.
The Installation of tho first class
in the Order of Moose will occur on
Sunday evening In Sathers Hall
Nearly 140 have now signed for the
order -nd It Is expected that by Sun
dS the number villi Je Increased to
200. A commltce will be appointed
nonet to make arrangsmenta for a,
..-.. .MM nndjievera' good sE-
..ound sen wanted at J it. Uard
aunce Phone Rural .- w l-
Overdrafts, unirciircd, $802. GO
U. S. bands deposited to secure circulation (par
value) . . . . i, $ 12,500.00
Total U. S. bonds . . . $ 12,500.00
Securities: bonds other thah U. S. bonds pledged to
securo postal savings deposits $ 20,010.30
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not Including
stocks) owned unpledged $ 24,533. G3
Total bonds, securities, etc $ 2G.543.99
Stock of Podernl Reserve bank (50 per cent of sub- '
scription) . ..., $ 1,3000
Vnluo or banking house (if unencumbered) $ 24,008.57
Furniture mil fixtures $ 6,448.77
Hon) CHt;!te owned other thnn banking houen $ 3,511,30
Net amount duo from i'edeml Uescrvu bank $ 22,270,57
Net nuiount duo from npprovea reserve agents In
New York , Chicago and St. Louis $ 4,905.88
Net amount duo from approved ngents In other
reserve cities $191,412.05 190,318.53
.Vet amount due from banks mid bankers (other
thtin included In 10 or 11) $ IS, 405. 09
Outside checks end other ensh Item $ 1,991.4 0
fractional currency, nickels nnd cents ;..$ 303.75
Notes of other national hunks $
Coin nnd certificates ;.- 9
Legal tender notes '. $
Redemption fund with 0. S. Treasurer nnd due from '
U. S. Treasurer $
Total $025, 597. 3J
Capital stock paid In $ 25,000.00
Surplus fund . $ 25,000.00
Undivided profits $ 238.12
Circulating notos nutBtnndlng $ 12,500.00
Individual deposits subject to check $497,037.97
CortllUatos of deposit duo in low than 30 days $ 935.00
Certified checks i $ 35.27
Cnshlor'c checks outstanding $ 913.35
Postal havings deposits $ 833,14
Total demand doposlts $500,354.73
Certificates of deposit $27,493.85
1 Other time deposits $ 35,010.07
Total of tlmu deposits $ 02,504.52
STATE OP OREGON 1
County of Crook
1, E. M. LARA, cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear
that tho abovo statement lb true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
K. M. LARA, Cashier.
Subscribed and sv;cin to before me this 25th day of September, 1910
J. A. BASTES, Notary Public.
C. 8. HUDSON,
II. C. ELLIS.
E. A. SATHER,
Roofing of all kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
GEORGE 8. YOUNO
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
U. S. Mineral Surveyor.
Room 5 First National Dank
ROBERT IS. GOULD
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Ofllco Ovor PoBtofflco
Rend, ... Oregon
DR. J. C. VANDEVERT
Phynlclnn nnd Surgeon
Phono Red 271
Hours 9-12 n m.; 1-C p.
7-9 p. m.
W. G. MANNING, D. M. D.
Omco In First National Rank
Tel. nil ltcnd, Oregon
WILLARD 11. W1RTZ
Ij A W Y K It
O. S. DENSON
Attorney At Iin
Benson Building, Wall Street
Olhtn Lie it. None Kctpi Let.
ter. Silei have doubled in pail
Phone Red 131
VERNON A. FORDE3
h A W Y K It
First National Rank Building
Dend, :: :: Oregon
J. U. Roll A. W. Sims
CROOK COUNTY AII8TIIACT
Successors to Tho J. II. Haner
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo, Ore.
Gilbert 3b Son
Tho only storo In Bond
whero you enn get your gro
ceries nnd meats nt tho tnmo
Phono Rod 1!71
DR. II. D. STOWELL
Over I.ogun Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to C
Phono Red (HI!
O. P. NISWONGER, Rend, Ore.
Licensed Enibaliuer, Funeral
Phono Rod 421. Lady Asst
Direct from the Indians of
Assorted sizes at special prices
to close out
$6 to $16
SEE THE DISPLAY IN
. M. Thompson
HAVE YOU TRIED THE
Wet Wash Laundry
One Day Delivery Service
20 Lbs. Dry Wt.
PHONE RED 1461
DR. J. II. CONNARN
OOlco In Bather Building.
Houru 0 to 12, 1 to C.
Sundays and evenings by
II. II, D e A R MO.ND
Oregon Street. Rend, Oregon
The Furniture Nan
Thos. H. face's
A Aowve 6 Act
II. O. ELLIS
United HUtCH CommUidonrr
First National Rank Building
J MRS. 1VA WEST WARD
llllll "'" ACCCP' a Few Pupils on II
llllll rUm liLk til
Mrs. A. Ch'lgren will bo
pleased to aeoomtnodnto the
public with her services us
Can furnish good recom
mendntlons. Terms reason
able. Klwr Tcrrmv, Ucnunod.
PLUM RING & HEATING CO.
PLl.MIIING AND IIKATINU
117 Minnesota Street.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Jobbing Promptly Done.
Tinning nnd Sheet Metal
Furnacco, Spouting, Guttering,
Corntco uml Skylight
Repairing promptly attended to
Prices right, work guaranteed
0KS2DLC Insurance Compnny-
.. 'rci.uivuv oxrooN"
Home Orricr. Coh.cttDloo Portland
THIS PAPER REPHESENfCD FOH FOKElG.j
ADVERTISING BY THC
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIE3
Succeiior lo T. R. McCliocy
STAPLE AND FANCY
Quality and Service
Phone Black 2 1 1
H. P. SMITH
PUin ind Oinmriitl
AH kinds of
rock or dirt
STREET WORK, ETC.
Leave ofdfii il
J. A, EASTCS OFFICE
Wr BEND HAULING CO.
K N I'ALMI'KTON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD
COAL, AND WOOD.
C. V. SILVIS
BARGAINS IN IRRIGATED RANCHES
AND CITY PROPERTY
LOTH FOR BALE IN EVERY ADDITION IN REND
PROPERTY HANDLED FOR NO.V.RESIDENTH, TIM HER
ROUGIIT AND WILD.