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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1916)
THK IIKNI) HULLKTI.V, IJK.VI), OltK., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER in, 1010 M , .
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, NEIL S0UTHW1GK KILLED;
- AUTO GOES OVER GRADE
TRAIL CROSSING AT CROOKED RIVER IS SCENE
OF FATAL ACCIDENT LAST NIGHT.
J, Hynn & Company this morn
ing report tho rollattln'B-ireal cstato
transfers: to 13. D. Boylan, houso
and lot In Highland addition, and
to Lostcr Calloway, lot 7, block 11,
with modern four room houso In
A desirable bread knife' free with
evory annual subscription to The
Want Ads only ONE CENT a word.
We nro showing Toys at the low
est prices Your dimes go further at
Stockmno's 5c, 10c, 2Cc Store, Bond
St. Adv. 42c
BURDICK rAND CUNNING BADLY INJURED
ar Strikes Ice and Falls 200 Feet Burdick, With Brok
en Arm, Walks Two Miles for Aid Dead Man
. ; Leaves Widow and Three Children
Masons Arrange for Funeral.
CAIM OK THANKS
Wo wish to extend our grateful
thanks to our friends nnd neighbors
for their sympathy and kindness at
tho time of the death or our mother.
MUS. W. V. CABLE,
Soo J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
(From Mondny'H Dally.) iCIydo M. McKay, P. C. Garrison and
REDMOND, I V. M. (Special to Clark Rhodes going down to Rcd-
"Tlio llullclln.) Itotli Denton (I. moud last night. Today nriange-
llut'illck mill iWnv ('illinium. Hiii'tli- mollis hnvo been made to hold Ma-
iirs of lust nliilit's itnidi'iil, mi' ohou- sonic ceremonies over the body to
Itiir iiiipiowmcnt out tlirlr ciniill-
lion tills iiiiiriiliiKi hIiIioukIi It is nil
iiilltfil tlint Mr. t'unnliiK lins n Intro
cliunco for i-rcotrry. Mr. Iliudlrk Is
lii'llctril to be out of nil ilmigcr.
Nell A. Houthwlck was iiiBtimtly
killed last nvimliii; when an nutomo
hllo In which ho was riding went off
tho rontl at Trail Crossing and fell
n sheer 200 feet to tho Crooked Riv
er, nt tho foot of the cliff. Denton
(I. llurdlck, of Redmond, who wns
driving tlin car, sustained u broken
linn and sovoro bruises, tho uiituro
of which Is not yet fully nHcurtnlncd,
vhllo Max Cunning, tho third pas
Hunger, linil nn arm broken and was
tendered unconscious, In which con
dition ho roniaincd when thu last
reports wore received.
According to tho latostVeports of
thu accident It was causid by tho
npeed at which tho car wa3 trnvollng
nnd tho icy condition of the road.
At tho paitlculnr point tho road to
the north nppioachos tho Crooked
River canyon in u straight line, then
turns to tho east on a slight descent
nnd, rounding n turn, priicuods down
grailo duo west to tho bridge over
tho river. From tho tlmo of round
ing tho turn tho road runs along thu
canyon with a sinter drop to tho
river and, being on tho north side
begins, at this tlmo of year, to bo icy
ns soon ns tho turn is mndo. It. is
'understood that tho car was travel
ing north, without chains, mid on
striking tho Ice, could not bo kept
in tlio road, mid shot off to the side
uul Into tilt canyon.
Iliiitlirk (,'rh Alii.
Mr. llurdlck wan thrown from thn
s-ur within 30 feet of tho roud and
uuged, in splto of his
1 1 hoiiio way inn
back to tlio Wimp house, two utiles
from tho place of tho nccldeut, whurn
ho fainted. No wns brought to his
homo In Redmond last night. Helpers
who wont back from tho Wimp houso
found tho car nt thn bottom of the
vanyon nnd thn other two men lying
nearby. Mr. Botithwlek's nock was
broken. Many of Mr. Cunning's
bones wcro broken, his skull frac
turod, nnd It Ih feared that ho may
hnvo sustained concussion of tho
bruin. Ho Ih being cared for at tho
An soon ns news of tho Occident
was received In Roud last night,
members of tho Masonic lodge, to
which Mj. fjouthwlck belonged, took
ntcps tp n.Kslst In every way pohhIIiIo,
morrow afternoon in Redmond. It
will bo taken on tho night train to
Grand Ruplds, Michigan, tho home
of Mr. Southwlck's parents, where
tho funeral will ho held later In tho
Kinitlmick Mteit lleie.
Nell South wick had been a icsl
dont of Rend since June, 1915, coin
ing lioro at that time to tnko the po
sition of cashier for Tho Shovlln-
Hl.xon Company. Leaving that com
pany In tlio fall ho became associated
last wlntor with tho Hond Flour Mill
Co., acting ns book keeper nnd sales
man, In which position ho remained
until last week, whon ho removed to
Redmond to nssoclnto himself with
Mr. llurdlck In tho farm mortgage
Mr. Southwlck wns "4 years old,
hnvlng boon born In Grand Rapids.
About 1907 ho moved to Duttltll,
whoro bo had n position In tho gen
eral freight office of tho Northern
Pacific. Whtlo In Duluth ho Joined
tho National guard as a member of
company E, Third regiment, and in
October, 1910 went with his regi
ment to do police duty nt Spoonor,
Minn,, nt tlio timu of tho disastrous
When tho work of tho regiment
wns done in Spooncr, Mr. Southwlck
was offered a position ns book kcop
or with tho Shovlln-Matthlou Lumber
Co., and when that company sold
out lie became cashier of tho Rainy
Rlvor Co., another Sliovlln concern.
In 1914 ho returned to Michigan as
salesman for tho Pyrono Flro Ex
tinguisher Co., bolng rc-omploycd by
tho Shevlln Interests as cashier of
their now company hero in the spring
I'nienls art Idling.
Mr. Southwlck's parents still llvo
in G in ml Rapids, Ills fathor holding
n Judicial position thero, nnd n broth
er Is a sergeant with tho Michigan
guard on tho border. Ho was mar
ried in Juno, 1911, to Miss Carrie
Larson, and thrco children have been
born to them, Howard, Wnrrcn nnd
Virginia, tho last being about ylght
months old. Mrs. Southwlck's fath
Is and Btop-mothor llvo near Sslom,
Mr. llurdlck Is n Redmond attor
ney and was recently elected ns Joint
representative from this district to
tho next legislature. Mr. Cunning
Ih an attronoy of Madras, and tho
publisher of thu Joffoison county
Wnttormnn Fountain Pens nt Rood
k Hortoil, drugs. Adv.
Four chairs at your sorvlco at the
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adv.
TO TRADE OK EXCHANGE.
TO TRADE -F. W. McCaffery, of
Redmond, has for trado for Improved
irrigated land under tho Central
Oregon canal, 17 acres highly im
proved, one-half mllo from Newberg.
Sldowalk to place; seven-room houso,
Inrgo barn, 12 acres In vetch Inst
yonr, 130 applo trees, 30 chorry
trees, about .10 plum nnd prunn trees,
nine Bartlett pears, 13 English wal
nuts, 11 years, trco largo chestnut
trees In front yard, 19 Concord
grnpo vines, two rows of blackber
ries, ench 125 foot long. Placo Is
fenced on three sides with wlro, ope
side board fence Placo sold for
$6,800 cash flvo years ngo, t 42p
'gjfelfcftgjfcgggjSife I &.&& g&ggggfif
Hie Fltllble" irac llM ! not liwli up but It hrM hr double Kline iptlnc Slilil
It hcn muck ,! uhuntllrallr Alrt bark lorotrKt place Clnm l IniurrJ br blvmt
hockt nj it lm irtdjr for tccuiil ttioolln( '
MAfcBLJS Flexible Rear Sight
vr l hock
Mt Mkl.l4 4 m U m1 UMilf
VJi HB " ! i4 4 u ig ,
WANTED Light team for tlio
wlntor, for their feed. Inqulro Will
iams and Heath. 42-44p
GUNS WANTED Shotguns, pis
tols, rifles nnd shells: best nrlcoa
paid. Ask for Karl, nt Carmody's.
WANTED To buy somo younc
pigs. w. l'. Rogers HotoDCo.
WANTED A few customers for
day-old eggs, by part'ol post.
Grandvlow Poultry Ynrds, Grnnd
vlow, Oro. , ,. 38-4 lp
WANTED Scrap lro'p", Huff-Bchmldt-Dugan
Iron works. Phono
Illnck 711. aitfc
FOR SALE House nnd lot In
Kenwood, block four: two blocks
west and ono south of Kenwood store.
Prlco reasonable. Cnll and boo D, E.
FOR SALE Jersoy cow, $80;
holfcr, $50; also two tons alfalfa
hay, nt $14 n ton. Inqulro Ilullo
FOR SALE A few choice cannr
Irs. Will sail reasonable. Phono
Black 1471. 42tfc
FOR SAI.I! Ilvn linv .-..
Mary Hciiii, Alfalfa, Oregon. 42p
FOR SALE Four nlndni- ,-nlmr-
les, prlco $2.50 each, Inqulro Doos-
$10 invested each month in a Bend Com
pany's lot is the safest and surest way to save
Bend's population doubled in one year. Realty prices must
increase with the population.
getting the benefit of a growing town
See us today about our CLOSE IN
$ i oo
Easy Terms Too
d; e. hunter
THE BEND COMPANY
Office coiner Wall and Ohio Streets.
ley, Ilrooks-Scanlon office. 40-l3p
FOR SALE A fow choice connr
Ics; will sell reasonable. Phono
FOR SALE 4i horsopowcr wood
saw, In good running order. In
qulro at llullctln office. 40-41p
FOR SALE 2 Vi h. p. gasollno on
glno; In good condition. At Univer
sal Garage. Seo Geo. Roberts. 40tfc
FOR SALE Section If., Town
ship 21, Ilango 10, Crook Co. W.
H. Molroso, Colfax, Wash. 38-4 lp
FOR 8ALE Two 3-room housos;
lot 50x100 foot; city water; $350
each; terms. J. Ryan & Co. 35tf
FOR 8ALE Four loU In block
40, Rlvorsldo Addition. On edce of
Wlostorla. Prlco $100 each. W. Fer
guson, caro Donnott's. 35tC
FOR SALE Good residence lots
on west sldo of rlvor. City wator
nnd lights: $5 cash end $5 monthly,
J. Ryan & Co. 34tfc
FOR SALE Cholco lots in Des
chutes nnd Park Additions. Will loan
to build houses on lots. J Ryan &
Also a Fulljjjine of
Bend Hardware Co.
We are the leading sup
ply house in Bend, for
Goodyear Tires and' Tubes
Complete Line t of ,
. Always best of re-
v . ' ' '
pair work guaran-
' : ' teetl. ' ,"
FOR SALE Two 4-rooin inodorn
houses, close to mills; easy terms.
J. Rynn & Co. 34tfc
FOR SALE Flvo horso-powcr
gasollno wood bhw. Inquire building
south Sanitary Rakcry. 34trc
FOR SALE First class Estey
Organ, In good condition; 6 octaves.
Inqulro Dick, the Tailor. 33tfc
FOR SALE Lnylnc hens, pure
bred. Inqulro Bulletin.
FOR SALE Two lots, 50x180.
street on thrco sides; shack 14x18,
double lloor, on Inside lot; water on
lots; $375; $125 cash, halanco $10
month. W. Fergusou, at Donnott's,
FOR SALE Two lots In Dos
chutes addition, lovol nnd free from
rock, well located. Prlco $275 each.
Terms. J. Ryan & Co. 3tf
FOR SALE Four very cholco
Iota In Park addition, price nnd torms
right. J. Ryan & Co. 3tf
FOR SALE Houso nnd Jot. Prlco
ngni. icrms reasonably, uq
a. ii. liawaras, uend sign Cr fit
toil SALE Thrco new fom
IIOUSCO. SSOO pneh. 10 iwrrr,
bn Ian co easy monthly paji -i
Ryan & Co. i
LOST AM) FOUXP.
LOST English Pit Dull
brlndle. Answers to nan '
Finder please return to
LOST Lnrce. whlln
ed on loft shoulder. "I
1800 lbs. Dollvor mulo .
$10 reward, nt A u no's Imi
FOR RENT Desk n
floor O'Kano building.
FOR RENT Ne
house. Roy Cleveland, t
laud avenuo and Elrod '
j r ar Ni' HJrf' U J'?4fc
y ?i f: iWr?W P"?ont p. si. LARA. Cashier
as? iV ? 5?t;,pdc,Kcd' b - mcreynolds, Asst
. ... .w.., ,lwo ltK0, , A STOVERUSt. Cash
The First National Bafok
Capital fully paid
Surplus p .
5 YOU will hace
a large amount of
surplui hay this fall
and as this iBank
has a large amount
of surplus money,
we desire 16 loan
you SI 00,000 to
purchase cattle or'
sheep to eat your
"If you are Inter
ested call or write
Tie FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 1$NP
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