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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1909)
BfeND PEOPLE START A GOOD CUSTOM THIS YEAR BY OBSERVING MEMORIAL DAY AND PAYING HONOR TO THE SOLDIER. DitAfc
THE BEND BULLETIN.
lleud, yon knuw, U nlng tn
ri-h-hrate mi July ,1 this cr
Till Ik Jut memory Ji!grr,
lent you forget-
Tlie nun who get tlie busi
ness today it ilie live, push
it)), energetic man; the man
HKND, OKKGON, WHDNHSDAY, MAY zfi, n;oy.
COURT HOUSE IS
Judge's desk covered with green
felt 7 So
I'oot rests on jury platforu 20 01
ITS FIRST CLASS
nuimiiuiiitg ipiariir-sawrn oak lor
maple on Hulls 50 00
Olldl'lg seal with gold leaf , lu i
Witness stand 10 ou
Totnl f 371 S"
Accepted by County Court nt
tlie Adjourned Session.
ONE OP Till: BUST IN OREGON
Contractor! lUvo Done l!xtr flood
Work, and 1'lnlshed lleforo tlie
Tlmo Umlt l!plred-8omo In
teresting Hgurea of Cot.
Tlie new court home nt I'rinc
vlltc now completed ntul 1ms been
accepted ly the county court. Con
trary to what lit often the cane, the
contractor have done exceptionally
good work and to do thii have vol
untarily gone to i greater expense
tlmn the specification called for
The new court house Is one of the
very best in the state.
Contractor Shlpp enjoys the
unliuc distinction or having fully
ciuiptctcd his contract before the
time limit had expired. The coun
ty wan thereby enabled to save n
huge amount of expense and in
convenience hi holding the May,
1909, term of the circuit court.
Judge Ilrndshnw expressed himself
m Iwing delisted with the build
ing and its conveniences.
Following arc some facts nnd
figures that will interest Crook
county tax payers:
"Paid W, II. I'ugh for plana and
specifications t ?" "
raid Wright McNreley 011
contract for substructures, In
cluding septic tanks l-t.oifi
I'alil John It. Shlpp nn roiittarl
lor suiwistruciuie. total
amount of bis lilil, to-writ. . . S7, l
NOT IN arKCiriCATIONI OH L'ONTHACT
Paid lot electric futures, desk
Wui, chandeliers, uiatrtlaW,
Tungsten Uuitw. panel lioses,
rut outs, H complete ami iudc
nilrnt circuits, electric
meter, call dell ami annun
ciator writing. Hater uielrr,
ater connections, laNir, rlc
I'alil (or window shades for
I'ahl lor cushion spring lor
large glass noma, tunner siair
(reads with brass pmtri'tors,
ami larlous incidentals..,., loo
Amount paid l7i.9 jft
The county still owes Contractor
J. It. Shlpp for the following ex
tras in and about the building, not
Included in the contract or bpcclfi
cations; Two pleri III tenement t
Partition in treasurer's ollicc,.,. 47
Hammering 376 feet water lalilc. y
Hammering j(H feet cap M 10
Hammering IJ'J feet HU ..,,,.. MM '5
5.1 feet 4 Inrh top step I"l (ij
,Sernle water aisicm for Tup
puiMtea 45 '"
Plastering jd wrallaaml ceiling.. SJJ
Plastering, finishing ami cement
lug cellfor women, rhilitrcn or
Insane, In iMienienl. , Il8 c
Screen uml iron door for womcu'a
l'lag (Kile ami cresting oil tower. J5 on
Iron yrallng (or vault windows. . 10
Cost of Uiwer clock over spcclfi-
catioua , JS
Painting cell III jail, two coals,, 3& ui
ltrinndcllni I) uillli III! ill tail. .., 41
Tlirr iti-uni radlnlnrs rninidelr.
ill Jail 7fi
Cost of huildiliK c(iniptete,,..f7l,ofV 1
III nilditiou to the nlmvc Con
tractor Shipp hns, without ntty cost
whatever to the county, furnished
the following items of lalnir anil
HittterialH, none of which were
called for by the Kpeclfieiitions:
r,eveliiiK up the first itnry joists, .f ;o ro
l'liiiitlliK roof no extra coat of lead
11ml oil tisllit M 00
Chcckluu nil finish to luiitntronk. 75
Ail extra emit nt visriltr.ll III couit
rmiui 3.S 00
Cliiiuuiui! stnlra ami tnittliiK In
door In shorin's olficc wm
front door-luck cost ft 3, nitcclfi- .
callous call f(t , 6 00
Nlursiiirh I hvniii Instead of K-iu,. 3,S (
llttsv mid base mold lu all hulls.., 4H 00
The following extra work and
materials were furnished without
additional cost to the county, by
J. A. llcriiurdf of the firm of Her
uardi & Dunsford:
Cost of lowering Iwller, excavat ,
lug, tune work ami cement floorf 44 ui
Covering tmoke lck with as
bestos , , 7 u
I.eavluK outlets III ttcaui maina
for future t , 9 ou
Culling up raillatora, puttitiK In
exlra vahe and extra risen,
pipe, coveriuK ami extra lahor,
ijraillatori at flJ.jo ier radia
tor. 87 40
I'uttliiK In aililitiunal k(c valvet
ml ilriM on fireilaml piped In
attic ,. 15 00
Dllleicnceou toilet wal 7 to
I'uttiiiK extra vatvei ou all fix
tints , I j )
Necessary furniture for the sever
al offices is expected to be in posl
tiou by the middle of June, but 110
payments thereon will become due
until next year's taxes urc col
The Crook county high school
has been given permission to
use the old court house for the en
suing year to accommodate thr
normal department just established.
The cost of moving the building to
the school lot and fitting the same
for school use will be paid out ol
the high school fund.
Memorial Day Program.
As announced last week Memor
ial Day will be observed in Hcudon
Sunday, ,May 30, with an appro
priate program. The citizens arc
requested to meet at the church at
10 o'clock n. 111. nnd march from
there to the cemetery, where the
following program will be rendered:
I'MOOHAM AT CKMKTKHV,
Sonjr "America," hy school childfeti.
Music hy hand.
Martial music hy fife ami drum corps.
llritiK n( Mlulr hy lupiail of six under
command o Comrade J, I. West.
Music hy lund
Return lu llend.
Afternoon ocrviccH will l held
in the church at 3 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the program:
rilOOHAM at cuimcii.
Music hy tuuid,
Music Klpllim'a "Kcccstional."
Music "I'allh of Our fathers."
Lincoln's Addles at Oettyshurg
Music The Vacant Chair."
Adiliesshy Kcv. J. Anthouv Mitchell.
Music "America" hy the baud ami
T1iMAi.11, May jj. Wc Imt, had some
cloudy wcalhcr lately,
John Hdwanls passed through here
1'. 1'. Smith of Oist went to Ucud one
day last week.
ohu Klseuiore ami Mrs. Aldridge o(
lleud ate dinner here one day last week.
Kcv. Mitchell of lleud was in Tumnlo
Saturday for dinner.
MisaOlK" Hassclbcri; Is wotklug for
Mrs. C. V. Wlmer at this place.
The milt whistle can Ik- heaid in cry
HeneWest of llend wn lu Tumalo
last Monday, Keuc say thev arc plnn
uiiiv! for some uood laocs at' llend the
t It of July so I Ktiess we will have to
Uke "I'liiuiy" up fnr the races iik'".
If vou want to feel well, look well ami
lie well, lake l'olcy'a Kidney Kcinedy,
11 tmu-u nn the kldnvs ami bladder
It tones up the kiduya ami lilaililer,
mirlfics the hlootl ami restores health
and streiiKth, I'leasaut to take and con
tains no harmful drug' Why not com
mence today? llend Drun Co.
a- " " l '
I'rom our Ihtce May 1 , a bay
marc branded 12 on left shouider.
Anyone .seeing .same notify
O..GA IlASSiCLiumo. I.nidlaw, Or.
A FIELD OF GRAIN IN THE FERTILE BEND COUNTRY.
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STAUU DWIVGR FOUND DUAD
(tody of I). J Upton round In Field
The Ixxly of I). J. Tipton was
found in the field of J udd iicunctt,
near Antelope, on May 16. Tip
ton was a Mage driver and had
driven the !'riucvillc-Kotaud .stage
ut different times.
Although a thorough investi
gation was made, the cause of the
death could not be ascertained , In
dications painted to the fact that
the man had been dead y)inc two
weeks. Two pairs of trousers and
a loaded gun were found some 10
The authorities did not attempt
to remove the remains but interred
them where they were found.
"Dick" Tipton, ns he was com
monly known, was nlwut 30 years
out, lie ikki driven tue Mugc irom
I'rincville to Shauiko during the
spring, and afterward was trans
ferred to the Shauiko-Johti Day
line. Later he worked for I'rcd A.
Young, an Aiitt-lope hheepman.
When last seen alive Tipton was
in Shauiko and was .said to have
I!rlcksons llavp Appealed.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hrickson
furnished n f i.ooo bond each and
were released last week. The bond
was set at the above amount by
the court, but a bond was secured
for the two in which the bondsmen
qualified to the amount of $, 17,500,
of which $9,000 was furnished by
iwople in the eastern part of the
county, and the balance nt Heud
and vicinity. The b.ricksons Imve
apcalcd their cae.
Will Uulld a Railroad.
The Tacomn Ledger of May 14
has the following note regarding
the tortuatiou of n construction
company, which will build n rail
road into Central Oregon;
ii-ri... iui.ifii- X- Orri'oii fiHiittiirtinn
company, a f5'." corporation, filed
articles 01 lucorporniiuu mm me nnuur
auditor yesterday torough I.. S, Itoulell,
II. It. IKniherty and A. H. Iw, who
are muuetl us trustees. The capital stock
is divided Into shares at f loo each. The
company I 11 sutwldary of the Pacific &
OiK"U Hallway t Navigation coiupany
recently iticorixuated hy the same men.
While all details concerning the plans
of the two concerns are carefully guard
ed (mm public knowledge, it is known
that the tncoriorators arc lucked by tin
Itngllsh syndicate uud will shortly be
gin the construction of a line of rail
road in Central Oregon. Several To.
coma uud Seattle contractors arc now
preparing figures for the work."
llnarsciH-, bronchitis and other throat
trouble nie quickly cured by l'olcy'a
Honey uud Tar us it soothes and heals
the lutlutued throut uml bronchia! lubos
and tlie most ubsttnate cough diupK-ars.
Insist upon having the genuine l'olcy'a
Honey and Tar. lleud Drug Co,
A TAME OAME.
llend an Ilasy Victor Over Redmond
In Last Sunday's Contest.
The ball game Sunday between
Heud and Kedmond was rather n
tame affair. Up to the sixth in
ning it was n walk-away for the
local team, but at that time the
Redmond boys gingered up a little
nnd the Heud players made a few
Kr plays, the result of which was
that the visitors ran in four scores
in that inning, making the score 7
to 8 at the close of the sixth. The
balance of the game was close
enough to be interesting, ending
with a score of 10 to 8 in Bend's
favor. There were no spectacular
plays by cither team.
Staats pitched the first three in
nings for Ik ml, with Ktilp in the
box the balance of the game, Ken
nels and Immclce threw for the
visitors. Following is the score by
i n s 1 1 "I
Kedmond , ,
..01 a a o 4 o o 1 8
The Dulletin leads.
And Join the
Join the Boosters' Band and booit!
Don't stay home and go to rooit!
Keep awake and make a spiel I
Put your shoulder to the wheel!
Try to help your town along I
Boost it loud and boost it strong 1
Everybody lend a hand I
Come and join the Boosters' Band I
ANOTHER HOME TALENT.
High School Students Will Present
Laughable Comedy, "Mr. Bob."
On Saturday evening, students
of the high school will present the
comedy, "Mr. Bob." The pro
ceeds will go to defray the expenses
incident to commencement, and
the surplus will be used for general
school purposes. Admission will
be 15c for children under 12, 35c
for adults. The cast of characters
Philip Royson George Van de Vert
Robert Ilrown, clerk of Benson &
Benson Max Richardson
Jenkins, Miss Rebecca's butler...
Rebecca Luke, a maiden lady....
.. Pauline Wiest
(Catherine Rogers, lyr niece
Marion Bryant, "Kitty" friend,
Mr. Bob" Grace Vaurte Vert
Patty, Miss Rebecca's maid.
(lettlnj: Ready for Band Picnic
Preparations nre coinc; forward
n pace for the big band picnic on
Sunday, June 6. J. II. Wcnandy
has agreed to put on n number of
stages and rigs, enough to carry
the entire town to the picnic
grounds. These rigs will leave the
Heud Drug Store at 8 o'clock so if
you want to attend, you bad better
be there promptly at the appointed
hour. The charge for the round
trip will lie: Adults, ft.ooj child-
ten from 13 to 15, 75 cents; under
t2, 50 cents.
llend Uoys Defeated.
A team of Bend youths went to
Princville last Sunday to play ball
and were "done tip" to the tune of
16 too. 1 he boys claim the um
pire's decisions were rank and that
rrineville "ran in" n number ol
players who were older than the
stipulated age limit. A return
game will be played at Bend uext
Royal Neighbors Surprise Woodmen.
While the Woodmen were In
session last evening thy were sud
denly surprised by the Royal Neigh
bors, who came trooping into the
hall currying with them the es
sentials for one ofthe finest "feeds"
ever eaten, as the Woodmen de
scribe it this morning. Forty plates
were laid and an hour or two was
spent in n most delightful social
Dog Tax Due.
Dog tax is due and pavnblc June
tst, lyoo. AH' dogs having no tax
collar will le disposed of according
to ordinance. ,J. D, Davidson,
Exercises Will Be Held Tomor
CLASS HAS THREE MEMBERS
Professor Schafer of th University of
Oregon WW Deliver an AddreM,
and a PJeafnr Program WW
B Rendered In Lara Hail.
The Bend high school will gradu
ate its first class this year, and
naturally the people of the district
will take an unusual Interest in the
event due to the very fact that it
is the first commencement. Exer
cises appropriate to the occasion
will be held in Lara ball tomorrow
evening. Admission will be free
and everyone is cordially invited to
attend. The class of '00 is coh-
posed of Miss Pearl Hightower,
George Van de Vert and Miss
Dorothy Schoolcraft, and they have
chosen as their motto, "Great
Things are Done by Devotion to
Besides the orations by the mem
bers of the class, the people are
given an opportunity to enjoy a
treat in the nature of an address by
Prof. Schafer, of the University of
Oregon. The program follows, in
Invocation - Rer. J. Anthony Mitchell
Presentation of CIM .....
- - Miss Ruth Reid, principal
Comet Solo .... Trof. Throne
Clasa History - George Van de Vert
Oration -"The Pursuit of the Ideal"
..... Dorothy Schoolcraft
Valedictory - Pearl Hightower
Solo "Good Night Little Girl" . .
..... . Miss Marlon Wlest
Class Address ........
Prof. Schafer, University of Oregon
Presentation of Diplomas
Miss Reid, principal of the
Bend schools, has requested the
Rev. J. Anthouy Mitchell to deliv
er the baccalaureate sermon to the
class, which will be done next Sun.
day evening at 7:30 o'clock in the
Baptist church. Rev. Mitchell's
theme will be ' 'Education." Spec
ial music is being prepared, and all
are cordially invited to U nrKi.ni
. ... .i.vu.
at this, the closing feature of Bend's
nrst commencement exercise.
Eighth drade Commencement.
Seven will graduate from the
eighth grade this year. The class
is uuustial in that it is composed
entirely of bovs. Their graduating
exercises will be held Friday even
ing in Lara hall, to which the pub
lic is cordially invited. The class
is composed of Harry Johnson,
Carl Hunter, John Hates, Ray
Deyarmond, Paul Scoggin, Ivuu
McGillvray and Alonzo Moore.
The program follows:
Invocation . Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell
Piano Solo "The Maidens" . Bower
Miss Nona II. Richardson
Presentation of Class .....
.... Misa Maude Van de Vert
Class History Alonzo Moore
Oration "Opportunity" ....
Rssay An American Boy's Idea of
Western Canada Ivan McGillvray
'Give MeLibertyorGiveMe Death"
...... Patrick Henry
Kssay "Forest Preservation" .
Cornet Duet, Messrs Throne and Triple tt
Direct Legislation Harrv Johnson
Development ol Our Natural Re
sources .... Ray Deyarmond
Class Honors and Presentation of
Diplomas Miss Ruth Reid
Vocal Quartette Misses Wlest, Wilson
and Duusmore and Prof. Throne
The class motto is, "Not at the
Top, but Climbing." Class colors,
maize and blue. Class flower,
La Prance Rose.