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extra THE BEND BULLETIN. EXT
IlKND, OKKGON, WEDNESDAY, AIMtlL 15, 1011.
ANNUAL CROOK COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE NOW HOLDING SESSION AT BEND
IOWNSITE CHIEFS SHOT WORK
With Railroad Terminus Here and Big
Timber Men Interested in Bend
Future Daily Grows Brighter. i
Thurwliiy nlitlil A. 0. Hunter arrived from Portland to take up ii'
tiu work In-ru an tho hond of tho runl itatc di'purtmunt uf thu mw
"Wo uro not in ii hurry to mil nnytlilrw." wild Mr. Hunter ywtor
luy. "On tin' contrary, wo nro contunt to o nlow. Why? .limt c
nuwo wo find tlmt In a way we're hmltiK inonuy on what we noil now -it'll
lie worth wi much inuro In n fow inontliH. However, the chief huh
on I cauio In at once In to lvo local jn-oplo find chanco at uvwrytlilin;-"
Mr. Hunter Hay the new company will IniiiiKiiriitn a vIkohiuh pub
licity campalKii. It in the Intention to Immuu much iidvorilninK matter
ami to keep Ilenil In thu public eye.
"Wii'vn nit nrlri.R rmiHlileriililv." mild Mr. Hunter. "In fact, n cut
of prolmlily $200,000 law U-cn miulo from the toUil price of lot In Ilenil
nnil our addition an ncheilulcil by I-runk Kolxirtjum, miiniiKur or the old
Thu prnifreiui made with thu ItaniMlurnn roail camo In for a aim re
of onthutilimllc comment on the part of both Mr. Hunter and Mr. McKay.
Iti.it nro HtrriKtl that thu centering of this blir Hnrncy County importing
mid exHirtliiK buMneiw here. In addition to that which Inuvltably will
Mine from thu enormous territory to thu houUi, will add a womluriul lm
IK'ttiH to llvud'n development.
"HelnK thu terminus will help Ilend Immonsurably, brimting to It a
tremendous businutw," said Mr. Hunter. "Hut whnt Is even more lm
IN.rtHiit Is thu character of the rmin now llnanclally Intoroatud In the town,
'ci... t i, ... ii,i t tin. inririwi iliiilnir ciuiiiwmltM oikirutinir in Central
I n mvi HIM. -!. " ...r'" - -- - ---
iim'koii have a IiIk lnUrit In Ilend alono is enotiKli to wwure h Krmt
At six I'. M. Mondsy the final transfer of the Ilend Towmdte mid
iiltiliRted Interests from the old towiwlle company to tint newly orKanlxi-d
Ilend Coniiwny occurred. At that time jmymonl was mado to A. M.
Mrako and Frank Ilobertwm ami all details of the transfer closed.
The olllcers of the now company are: I). 1 IlriMiks. Pruridunt; Clyde
McKay Vice Preddont; A. O. Hunter. Treasurer; Halph Averlll, of Mln
i.iapll.. fM-eretary. and J. M. Ijiwrence. (Jonorid MumiKur.
1'hvIiik Portland Monday inoiniiiK Clyde McKay, with his wife and
two children, and I). I.. McKay, arrived Tuesday.
"When thu Christian Mueller Uiml and Timlier Company saws It
will U hero," haIiI Mr. McKay In an Interview this morning. The hold,
nk's of this company embrace some 7(Kl.WH),(KH) feet of timlwr. from o to
'l mile from town. Ijwt week was puhlUhcil a similar statement from
Dr I). I'. Ilrook. of the Scnnlon(ilpon and Hlliliated niiiiiKinliw, alTecl
nir more than VK).(H0,(MD. This place is also the logical ntlllinjr Klnt
f,.r the holdlnwH of thu Konors Luinlnir Co.. Inul inline about 700,000.000
liit The prolmlnlitles ar that tliww three mills would avenmu an an
i. mil rut of alxMit laS.OOO.IMMI feet. Ill the iidKhlHirhoml of IJio men
v..u)l It,, employed in each mill, intd 200 in the wood. For thu throe
Vm Mniild mean over 1000 men. This IlKiiro. which Uioh famlllr with
the Mrk declare coiiwrvatlve. of course iIihm not include the foice of the
Mim'lor establislimeiiU which inevitably will operate, nor that of the Ihi..
uwJi and diM.r factories etc. Th nniiual imy roll of each ustabllslimont
will Ik approximately 1120,000.
Mr. McKay stated that tlw old lllot llutto Duvelonmont Company a
miw mill will be openwl iwxt weiik lludd Morrison, who has Ih'oii In the
employ of the Mueller Lumber Co. at thuir DavuniHirt, Iowa, mill, m
Kvimtant foreman, will I mill foreman. Mr. Morrison Is exited!! in
At the ouUet It is exjHTtwl the daily cut will tw alsiut SO.000 feet.
Oncu lowing has liven ot under way night and day shifts will Ihj run.
It is the Intention of thu eonimuy to et probably -l.000.000 feet of lum
ber on hand in the yard. Robert HmlKlna, from ChipKiwa Falls. Wis.,
will lie wood HUiwrintendunt.
Headquarters For Visitors
FINEST SODA FOUNTAIN
IN CROOK COUNTY AND THE AlOST
DELICIOUS DRINKS YOU EVEl TRIE!)
AND SMOKERS' SUPPLIES
TURPIN & BRANTON
Here, Have Long and
UNIVERSITY CLUB TO
Remarkable Growth of
VIIiW OF HIiNU SCHOOL, WMBRE INSTITUTfi MHT THIS AORNINQ,
AULD LANG SYNE
COLLEGIANS OF COUN
TY TO BANQUET
College Men Prom a Score- of Intltu-
Hunt throughout the Country
Are (lumis Tonight of
Ilend University Club.
Critok County's first organization
of ooIIoko mun, the University Club
of lieml, will hold its first Imnquut
this evening, nnd ns uutists it will
hiivu a large number of former col
leKinns who are now rosldunu of
the county. 'Die dinner will Im
served at TagKiirt's, at 1) o'clock,
following thu Teachers' Institute
The speakers who have been in
vited to address the gathering in
clude the following: I'rof. It. A.
Ford, I'rinevillo; I'rof. K. L. Cx.'.
I'rinoville; I'rof. J. K. Myers, I'rine
ville; I'rof. J. A. Thomiwon, Hud
mond; I'rof. (!. A. Russell, Ijiidlnw;
I'rof. 0. C. Colgnive, Hedmoud.
'Hie Unlversiti' Club was organ
iieil for the urpM of bringing
together often and keeping alive
the fraternal and social spirit among
local collegian. Thy mumborship
at prwHint is confined to mon living
In Ilend and the immediate vicinity,
but liUr it is tint purHisu of thu
elub to include within its ranks all
the mon in the enmity who have at
The following arc thu ollicors of
the club: W. I). Itarnus of Ijiidlaw,
North western University, president;
O. S. Young, University of Call-
fornin, vice-president; J. E. Snwhill,
Western Reserve, necretnry.
Tlio otlicr members of the club
are: G. I. Putnam, Harvard; H.
C. Kills, of Michigan and Chicago;
K. M. Lara, Cornell; It. V. I'olndcx
ter, O. M. I'atterson, Washington
State College; Douglas D. Gardner,
Missouri; U. C. Coo, Electic Med.
Institute of Cincinnati; Kdw. L.
Chittenden, Whitman College; K. rf.
Gould, California; J. II. Scott, Mis
souri School of Minos; II. A. Scog
gin of Turnnlo, 0. A. C; H. J. Over
turf, of Oregon and Nebraska; D.
M. Davis. Sanford; I. T. Tholstrup.
Washington. J. C. F. HarringU)n, of
lown; H. Ferrell, Northwestern; F.
II. .May. Monmouth College; L. I).
Wiest, Pennsylvania College; W. W.
Faulkner. North Pacific College of
Portland; C. S. Ilenson.of Minnesota;
M. S. Ijtttin, of Mfchtgan; Frank
Ii. Clnrk, of Michigan; James Herb,
of Washington; Jesse L. Suinrnll,
Washington and Ijcv; Ward II.
(iible, of Kansas; U. N. Hoffman of
Mlllicam. Trinity College. -JNorth
Succcmor to I'red M. Ray Will He
As soon as County Suiierintendunt
R. A. Ford formally declares a vac
ancy, the Rend School Board will
call an election to chooo successor
to F. M. Ray, who last week re
signed as a mamlwr of thu board, as
he no longer raridas in live district.
In Jun thu regalar election will be
held for the solection of a full board
to serve for the 101 1-12 school year.
You'll got plenty of bites if you
buy your tackle at Patterson's Drug
PROGRAM FOR TODAY
The program of this morning's
exorcises, held at the school house,
included addresses by ten of the
local faculty and three visitors.
After a musical number, Mrs.
Harriet L. Dolsen spoke upon
"Geography," its importance and
its many varied aspects. This was
followed by an address upon "Prim
nry Reading," in which Miss Ethel
Moore had much that was of inter
est to say concerning methods of
i instruction. Miss Nona Richardson,
whose subject was ' Language," had
much to say of value, and was fol
lowed by J. E. Myers, who discoursed
upon "Arithmetic." O. C. Colo
grove c1om.iI the morning session
with a talk upon "Industrial Work
In the School," In which he dwelt
upon the growing realization of the
importance of this branch of modern
This afternoon, at Llnstor's Hall,
the program will be as follows,
commencing at 1:30:
I Song 2d Grade
, History J. Alton Thompson
Literature in Grades.
r MiasTharoK) Caaaidy
' Marion tawrunce and Robert Innes
Thoroughness in Fundamentals
; J. C. F. Harrington
The Demands of Our Public Schools:
& t. I I... - XT .- t
auinupoini oi a riuwHiH)r .umii
George P. Putnam
Standpoint of a limine Man
0. M. Patterson
Standpoint of an Agriculturist....
StandKInt of a Professional Man
V. A. Forbes
Standpoint of a Teacher
G. A. W. Russell
l Continued on pnge 4.)
No better example of Bend's re
cent advancement and future prom
ise exists than Is found in the de
velopment of her schools, which
today, play the host to the educa
tors of Crook County at the annual
Teachers Institute being held irv
Bend yesterday and today. From one
teacher and a handful of pupils in
190.1 to eight teachers and nearly
two hundred pupils today is the
record of Bond's school develop
ment. The school which is now
housed in the present handsome
building originally was in the log
cabin which is still standing within
the town limits.
It was in this primitive structure,
some twenty-five years ago, that the
first school In this jart of Central
Otegon was conducted. On" Janu
ary 1, 1903, the little log cabin wa3
abandoned and the building now
used by the Catholic Church became
the place of learning. In 1900 the
school moved to the present build
ing. From a three R's school of a
quarter-century ago lias grown u
thoroughly organised and modenily
equipped graded ami High School
tlmt ranks'1 with any 1n Oregon.
The High School today require
three teachers!' Thore are classes
in all brandies required by the State
course of study for HTgk Sobk of
the first draw, the oourse coverioe:
four years, ami the gmltfattt beta
admitted on certificate to the State
University without taking examina
tion. Though large and still almost
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