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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BUND, ORKGON, WKDNKSDAY, JULY 6, 1910.
- HEAVEN CLAIMS
Laldlsw Sheet, at Tender Age,
REDMOND IS TACKLED NEXT
Kenult of Squabble la dcceaie uf !!
raer'a 1'apcr-Dlg (latch of Laid-
law CorrpondeHce (Uvea
News from North.
At I,aidliw, Ore., on Sat
wday, July 3, The Luldhw
Chronicle punned away after
a lingering HlneM, The de
mise is attributed to general
debility and xuspetmion of
circulation due to acute lo
cal disturbances. The re
mains weic removed to Red
mond and' will be interred
there. A mourning com
munity survives the deceased.
-'i Laidlaw, Ore., July 5. A long
(lauding suspicion that The Laid
law Chronicle bad shifted its nlle-
Ciancc from this town to Redmond,
was brought to a head by lost
week's issue of the local paper.
The greater part of the news and
editorial natter of the issue was de
voted to lauding Redmond and
Redmond citizenship, and "knock
ing" I,aldlaw and ridiculing people
After the issue in question the
s pitting plant was packed, and
yesterday Kditor Palmer of the de
funct Ciifbiilclc walked out of town
escorted by a delegation of Laidlaw
citizens armed with cowbells, tin
cans, etc. Ten mouths ago the de
parting management took charge
of the sheet. While it was made a
very attractive paper in appearance,
almost from the first friction ex
isted between the people of the
town aud the editor. This resulted
iu an open breach some months
ago, wheu Palmer, who had been
actitig as the baud instructor, was
dismissed from that position, after
which be.sued tlte band boys for
wages, the suit being settled by the
It is understood that Palmer will
make another throw at journalism
in Redmond. The mine of his pro
posed paper there has not been di
vulged as yet. A number of ofTers
for the establishment of a really
home paper here have already been
made the citizens.
PICTUKI3S WILL l!B TAKIIN.
UobsrUon Hrlng In Photographer
Sumlay evening Prank Robert
sou returned from Portlund coming
in in bin car from The Dulles.
With him he brought C. K. Hade,
a wntcr works engineer, U. A.
Chunluudi photogrnphcr and Mr.
aud Mrs. R. M. Hood of licntricc,
Neb., who come with the Idea of
locating permanently iu He ml.
While here Mr. U.ulc will perfect
all plans for the extension of the
present water sytcm, installation of
new pumping plant etc. It is the
Intention of the Townsite Co,, mm
President Robertson, immediately
to lay an eight-inch wntcr main
to the south cud of Wall street and
thence cast a block to Bond so that
Jtbcr property owners in that vicin
ity may "hitch up" with the BVrv
tern if they desire to. Another
main will be put down California
street to Congress,
Mr. Chunland is a representative
of Gilford, the well known photo
grapher of The Dalles. He has
been brought iu for the purjvonc of
fecuring a lull set of Central Ore
gon views nnd particularly those
.lircctly relating to Bend aud the
Bend country. On the trip in the
party made some wide detours for
the purpose of securing attractive
pictures. On Mouduy morning a
jrlp was made to Powell duties,
whence big panoramic views were
ibtained. On the afternoon of the
1'ourth many photos of the town
were taken; Benham Palls, the new
dam, timber nnd river views, and
igrlcuttural scenes, all are to be
secured. With these in hand, suys
Mr. Robertson, an cluborate book
let will be issued.
SCHOOL MEETING POSTPONED
BIG FOURTH OVER BE EF .
CROWDS ARE ENTERTAINED
REDMOND GETS FAT PURSE
Mistake; In Potted Notices Cause
Bond Ulscuwktn Postponement.
Owing to the fact that the notices
posted to call a special meeting of
school voters to discuss a proposed
bond issue for a new high school
building on July 5U1 did not com
ply to legal requirements, the
School Board has found it necessary
to cancel the meeting. The clerk
is now engaged iu getting up a
petition of tax-payers for such a
meeting, according to the required
The new meeting will be held on
Tuesday, July aCth. It is said
that there is considerable difference
of opinion among those nsked to
sign the petition in regard to the
amount of the proposed bond issue,
some desiring otic larger than $ 15
000 and others not favoring the
hcncuie nt this lime. According to
School Clerk Wcist it will be a year
even should the issue be author
ized, before the arranging of the
details of the bond matters would
reach the point of actual construc
tion. It is understood that the dis
trict is uow in debt some $1600 ex
clusive of bonded indebtedness
with a greatly increased mainten
ance cost promised for next year,
due to the cnlargciceut of the lead
BEND is growing!
WE are growing!
Are YOU growing financially?
GET IN L1NEI HELP BEND!
By Starting an Account With Us.
Banking and Trust Company
Affords Absolute Security
Fire Proof Vault. Modern Safe with Double Time
Look. Burglar Insurance with a reputable
company. Officiils heavily bonded. '
for Conservative People.
The Deschutes Banking and Trust Company
h, D. DAIRD, Pros. J, V, MASTKRS, Vice Pree.
M. O. COIt, Cashier,
llorae Races, Alan Races, Music and
Spcaklnjr, Autos and Dancing
I'rovldo Fun For All licrU
lly the morning of the Fourth
the clouds and showers of Sunday
had cleared away aud the crowds
which hud poured into the town
from all directions had the bright
est of days' in which to enjoy them
selves. At about 10 o'clock the fun started
with an Informal band concert on
Wall street, after which, beaded by
the musicians, all marched to Litis
tcr's Opera House. All the impro
vised scats were tilled and several
hundred persons stood, listening to
the scx'cral numbers played by the
baud and to the speakers. As Mr.
Mitchell aptly said iu his addrerts,
this, the first Fourth on which
Hcud had had an adequate meeting
place, showed what an asset is
such a splendid building as the
new Opera House.
After music by the baud Miss
Mabel Roberts gave a humorous
recitation, introduced by John
Stcidl. Then Miss Roberts read
the Declaration of Independence
and the Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell
delivered the address of the occa
sion. The speaker briefly outlined
the meaning ol the Declaration, its
history and the development of
popular government since 1775
The benefits of the work of all
political parties and factions to the
common good of the country was
After a brief recess for lunch and
other secondary matters the pro
gram was resumed. In the 100
yard dash for men Howard came oiT
winner with Chapman second. In
the boys' dash Lloyd Kelly won.
The wheelbarrow marathon went
to Joe Howard of Priucville, who
showed lots of form.
Then came the horse races alone
Wall street. Will Vandevcrton Pe
ter Seggcling's "Little Sue" won
the 220 yord pony race, with Kelly's
'Roany" second. The same rider
on "Redwing" won the 300 yard
race hands down, "Boncy" Lytic'
bay horse takiug second money,
with Jock Peeks up.
After the ball game with the
surveyors, elsewhere reported, oc
curred the bucking contest on the
ball field. "Jdie" ri winning
and II. C. Winston getting the
second prize, a handsome bridle
presented by II. J. Hgglcston.
Throughout the dny's exercises,
which were marked with orderli
ness, C. A. Chapman acted as
At 9 p. ra. the big dance in Litis
tcr's new Opera House got under
Vlnltom WIh From Home Team and
Wallop Madras Unmercifully.
Railroad Engineers Are Onl-
fled On the Diamond.
(Continued on page 8.)
In the first game of the Fourth
of July scries played, Sunday morn
ing Bend went down to defeat at
the finnds of Redmond by the score
of 9 to 6. Up to the seventh in
ning it was anybody's game with
the lead shifting from one team to
another. While several of the
Bend regulars were out of the
game, such as Van Matre and
Steidl, the loss of the game
really resulted from a combination
of errors by the home players at
times most beneficial to the visitors.
Redmond, reinforced by Prineville
and other players, put up a fine ex
hibition of heady ball, particularly
outclassing Bend in base running
and the finer points of team work.
Up to the eighth inning Arm
strong, an old Harvard star who
happened iu from one of the rail
road engineering camps, did Bend's
pitching, Two years tack of prac
tice and trainiug, however, told in
the game he played. O'Donnell
caught; though his backstop work
was first class as usual, a bad
shoulder -made his throwing weak.
Kulp held down first. Tetherow,
for Redmond, pitched a fine game
to Saunders, who seemed to have
some difficulty ia handling his de
livery. The fir&i and second innings
made no work for the score-keeper.
In the third a bit of Saunders'
brought in two tallies for the visitors,
helped by Armstrong's error. In
the fourth Mctkcfroze onto a couple
of bard out-field liners, with bis
usual smile. The fifth was Bums
inning, he making two remarkable
put-outi at first on difficult ground-.
ers and coming in for Bead's first'
score on Metke's sacrifice. An
error by Weider and a hit from Ira-
raele brought in two runs in the
sixth. Four more for Bend in the
last of the sixth came from Thorn-
dike's hits, the inning closing with
Kulp fouling out.
Redmond added two more tallies
in the seventh on a two-bagger
by Boylan and some hard luck with
buuts by O'Donnell. McReyuolds
stopped the slaughter with a beau
tilul recovery throw to first, retir
ing the side. Redmond rang up
another run in the eighth and a
couple in the ninth, Burris scoring
Bend's last talley in the last ot tue
ninth. In the eighth aud ninth
Kulp pitched, Armstrong going to
the bench and Spoo to first.
In the afternoon the victorious
Redmond team went after Madras
and took the northeru aggregation
(Continued on page 8.)
BANK INCREASES SURPLUS.
Devotes Profits to tin tar tec SurpftM
from 92000 to $9000.
At a meeting of the Board of Di
rectors of the First National Bank
last week the surplus of the insti
tution was raised from $2000 to
$5000. The surplus is now 20 per
cent of the capital stock, so that
hereafter all profits, if desired, can
be devoted to dividends instead of
devoting one-tenth of these to the
increase of surplus, as is necessary
under the banking law until the
amount of the Aurplus becomes 20
percent of the capital. The bank's
reports showed that in the last year
not a cent has been lost in bad
notcs'and that at present no delin
quent paper is on hand.
Lava Has Attractive DUptoyt.
Even in a town many times the
size of Bend it would be difficult to
find, a more attractive display of
while goods, silks, ready made
skirts, waists, etc., than that dis
played at Lara's during the last
week. The big new shipments ia
these lines as well as in couch cov
ers, curtains nnd the many catchy
little odds and ends which go to
make up a well furnished home, all
set off with the flags of Fourth of
July time have made the "Big
Store on the Corner" a place worth
II SHE DEAL
Affected Voters to Decide M
PRINEVULE AGAINST SP11T.
County Seat Pases RMehrttoM He
tHe to the Preseted CetMty.Divi-
M9n ftnw r)6ej9e 4MS alOSOs veno
During the last week initiative
petitions, gotten up under the lead
ership of the Madras Commercial
Club nave been circulated both
throughout Crook county ami in
every portion of the State. This
petition calls for a bill (whose text
is given on page seven of this paper)
to be olaced before the voters ia
November which provide that the
1, Continued oa page 8.)
it B.l-i .li i.ll !.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. COC. Prssldant . K. A. 8ATHCR. Vlea PasMsn
O.8. HUOSOH. Cashlor
Caoltal fullr Bald ... aM.Oea
I9 8tocVhold.lV liability S25.00Q W JV9
Surplus ..... S4.00"
Tfa FIGURES and WHAT THEY MEAN.
fererMKit Call J 3Kk, Ml.
T ' . "j fatti loaned to ear cttstaasers u4
JwOaUS ana approved by our Directors, and ta c-
DlSCOUntS I1.i 876 60 cordanc; wKh Carvtraincat Baaktof
ivucounis 134.070 00 Lwt- We fcat ,ay Ren u
17'3 4 Accounts orrrdrawn hy enatewsars.
fjVpthe bine or the Banker's life.
Banking House pn ttntd BBd ,r
Fum & Fixtures 5.OOO.OO Bank, and the only real estate owned by
ajfjftn Bank, In Bend.
M U. S. Bonds United SUtes Boods owned by the
n.A Dmi;n. . nn Vrt IHHK SUO UepOSlICO WIW IU TreSSUrT
and Premiums I2,700.00 punnet. tiTsccurt our own Bank
HP"Nte In circulation.
Five Pet. RedemD- Deposited with the O. S. Tre..r, to
tlOU Fund O25.OO redeem mutiUled notes not in for re
Cash on band s
19 nnrl ,1... r,. Reserre held to mett needs oT deposit.
mm uuv. iiuiu Mt fig Corefunienl requires ooljr IJ
Other Banks 126,777.86 per cent orour deposits.
. Wc now have in stock at our mill
warehouse a full line of Standard Size
Fir and Cedar Doors and Windows,
Plain Glass and Fancy French Plate,
Cottage Doors, Cottage Windows, Win
dow Screens, Screen , Doors, Building
Paper, Flintkote and Mikado Roofing,
Lime and Cement,
building see us.
If you contemplate
THE PILOT BUTTE
'! r-:-1 c.l. -- n. r holders, as a ruarantee and protection to
ajjiiai vjiuia, j j.vuu. our depositors. Ourslockboldcrsirc also
ttejrllaUe tor an additional fiscal, to protect
"" ' " depositors.
Profits earned rnd held as a farther
C.OOO.OO protection for our depositors. e did
" atar.not pay any d.Mcndt, and expect to Vt
JPnW the rrcatcr part cf our future earnings to
1 2 , 50O OO 0ur own Ntljon, Bank noteg a tiaca.'
A Steady but SureOrewth Is the Beet Evidence
ef a deed Bank.
Aran. i, i9 -
' " JUNK y. 1909
surr. 1, 1904
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JAN. II, 1010
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U. C. COR K. A. SATHER C, S. HUDSON
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