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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1911)
t. ALL WHO CAN SHOULD ATTEND THE CENTRAL OREGON DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE'S CONVENTION AT PRINEVILLE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
The bend bulletin.
MINI), ORWiON, WKDNIJSDAY. Jl'NK W, liMJ.
FINANCIAL OUTLOOK IS
NOT TOO IJRIO.HT
Only I'liiir Teacliera lima I'nr Con
tracted I'ur Next Sriumi Opml
llinlo$l".()( Salary for 1'rlnclpnl
mi (Irnuiiiln ol IMrnvnjcnnce.
VlliWI!US(IO OVI!l ROAI).
Tho Croiik county board of
vIowi'iH, headed by the county
engineer', returned Thurodiiy
night from an ofKhlnluy trip of
Inspection over tho new Hend
Ituriw mud. Road Supervlwir
!:. W. KtrliJirilHim (dated to Tho
Bulletin that they reported IIiIh
highway Him bcHl in tli Ih county,
considering ILh length, ami that
it Iihh tin leiwt grades. It Ih
being traveled regularly now
for iiiomL of the distance.
Nothing wan iloiiu to extricate
the alTairM of tlio Bond hcIiuoIb from
their (iiiiMiiiu'y Hlnle of muddle
merit at the meeting: of the school
liiHinl .Monday night. AIkiuI the
only actum that wan taken, after
!'. M. Kay liad heen mvorn in, wan
' that of Instructing tho clerk In com
municate with .1. II. SlimiHo, notify-
inghlm that the Iward could not
consider furtlier his application for
prinelpnlshlp becnuso ho wax not
cilulplM'd with tlio proM'r certill-
I'reviouM to IiIk Informing the
'Imiird that he lacked the requisite
.certificate at thin time, Mr. Slimmo
hnd hivtt tended the Mwltlon nli
'salary of $l(57.r) a mouth, ly the
hoard when It mcinlH!rshlp com-
'prised Messrs. Triplet! and llotal
Ing. Mr. Overturf ohjecteil stren
"uously to any rtucli salary. MlnUng
out that it scorned to him an un
"warranted incnuum of practically M)
per rvnl over lust year's salary of,
U, especially rut tho llniinces of
.the school undoiihteilly were In bad
shape It further developed that
niich largo towns tw IIihmI Itiver,
The Dulles and Klamath Falls pay
but from l'X to 110.
It was Hilnted out that, with but
$HT)l cash on hand, warrant to tho'
Amount of $3,lb" oro outstanding,
alt drawing Intcrost ul fi kt gent. I
At the close of tlio school term hint I
yenr tho outstanding warrnnU
otalel I1.7IH. In other words, the ;
school owon $1,'J17 iimro than it did i
thtH time hmt year. I
No action was takun regarding I
'the reduction in tho prnHod $lf00
princiiml'M salary, it being noithor
InilorMMl nor revised.
At present tho only toachor
feigned up for next year nro Mis
Anno Markel and Miss Kthel Borden j
in tho liigh school, and Miss Cathe-,
rlno Troutner for tho fourtii grado '
nnd MiM Kthel Holme fur tho fifth,
In tho grade school, j
Tho following i tho financial re
port of Clerk Wiost. a presented at'
the annual meeting on June i'J:
Cash on hand Juno 11MU $ 178.87
District lux oUOI.fifi
County School fund mtMh
State fund -1K7. 10
Other HoiirciH lHJ.fiO
Teacher salaries 11070.00
Ktiel and supplies 3ol.0fi
ltemir and liuproveinenU 1031.07
Interest mi llotid !42o.OO
Interest mi Warranl '287.31
I.lbrar bunk hD.75
Other purMwes 10K.01
710 1. OS
HEN LAYS EGG ON
POR.CH EVERY DAY
Accommodating WlioJc Inland Med
I'rcka on Kllchcn Door In
atcad of Cackling.
Not satisfied with supplying an
egg daily to tlio family larder, a
Ithodc IhIiiiiiI Rod hen owned by
Mr. Ralph Spencer comes to the
kitchen door and lay It where it
will Ih found without any trouble.
In addition to thin accommodating
act, "lie goo a Htcp further and
Mck on the door to let it be known
that a large fresh egg i ready for
tho frying pan. Little attention
wa given the incident the first day,
but now that tho hen rccat the
IH-Tforumnco every morning. Mr.
Hen ha ln-cn christened McDulT, in
memory of ShnkusiR'ure'K well
known line, "Ijiy on McDulT. and
damniNl Ihj he who Unit crio hold,
COUNTY WORKS ROAD
Highway to Slltcr Lake llclng Put In
In preparation for tho travel that
will come to Mend from thoHouthon
the arrival of the railroad, tho coun
ty i putting tho road leading to Iji
Pino and Sliver 1-ake into good con
dition. SuK)rvior l(ichardon ir
now at work on tho Mtrotch from
hero to Ijivii llutto, and tho uor
vior of tho diHtrict beyond on the
nwt of the link. In many place
whore tho road ia too bad to 1m; ea
ily repaired, a road to tho idoi be
ing cut. Till work is another Btep
toward having all the road enter
ing thl city in excellent condition
PERMANENT STREET WORK DDNE
Two Miles of Sidewalks Laid in Six
Months Wall Street Extension
Being Opened Now.
Like to feel that
aor.citf.rQ in brlnRlnR their
eposuoib busIncS8 10 n
bank they are
helpliiK to build It up; In other
words they are rIvIiik something
for what they receive.
WE ARE GROW1NO
OROW WITH US.
Wo want your nccount want to mako our-
Hclvea UHoful to you in anything jwrtaining to
flnanco, anil wo can handlo It with profit to you
and t ourrtulve.
Wo hope, that you, Mr. Header, will bo on our
lit of Depositor hood, If you aro not already
NO MATTBK HOW SMAI.h OH IHGK A
DKrOSlTOIl YOU AUK ALWAYS
Kvldenco of tho progrewtlveneiwof
Hond I Htrikingly hown by the
large amount of ixirrnanont im
provement work which ha been
done during tho flrt half of thlH
yvfir,i All told, over two mile of
board idewalk ha l';n built Mince
January 1, none of which ha a
width lem than two feet. Nearly
all the irrigation lateral within the
city limit have been bridged and
other MlmllHr work done. New
street ro nm being oMjnod, grad
ed and leveled, giving thi town the
taut Mired ( Inj found in Central
The Kcnd Company alone ha built
Hlnco tho firt of tho year 11,800 feet
of walk. Within the roIdenco
part of town the width of the Hide
walk I at lea.it ix feet, anil In tho
buHlne ditrict they aro eight feet
wide. Four walk will lead to the
Oregon Trunk I)oot, three from
the west and the other from the
Itidri have been called for the con
Htructlon of a bridge over the I'll-
ot liutte canal at (I recti wood aven
ue, and the contract will probably
bo let Thurmlay evening. Thl will
Ih u :i2-foot Htructure, with ide
walk on one Hide. Hie bridge deck
will Ih four inche thick and the
bent and Htringur capable of hum
Uiining a weight of '! ton.
Tlio bridge aero lateral also
M. W. A. LECTURE
Rev. V. 1.. Wllaon Speaks on Itenellla
of fraternal Ordcra.
Under tho nupice of tho MikI
ern Woixlmen of America lodge, a
lecture wa delivered at tho church
lat night by Nov. W. L. Wilwon bo
fore an enthusiastic audience in
which were a number of Indie.
Mr. Wilson oke on the benefit
of fraternal order in general, with
Hccinl reference to tho M. W. A.
He stated that in some regpuct it
wa ahead of all other lodge and
noleil that the local lodge is grow
(10 ON WHUK UNI) OUriNU
A party of eighteen Hond people
spent tho week und on an enjoyable
outing up tho rivor Saturday night
and Sunday. They went up in au
to and on horseback to tho homo-
have a four-Inch deck. Practically
all of thuHu dltcho hnve now been
bridged, either by the Hond Water,
Light & Tower Co. or the city.
The main street have been put
into excellent condition by mean
of an adjustable rond levulur built
on the principle of tho King road
drag. It leave the Htreet In abet
, lor condition than If they were ma
cadamized or prtvod, a smoothnetM
without nob.' and jar I obtained.
, All riK'k and Htump have been re
hiovihI. The city ha ordered a firt
clam road plow and expect to make
'a gutter along each idewalk and
(gradually work the dirt up to tho
center of the Htreet.
The Htreet gang ia now at work
I opening the extension of Wall street
: to tho northeast to connect with the
Ijiidlaw and I'rineville road in Ly
tic Addition. There is no coat to
tho city for right of wny for this aa
Tho Hond Company and the owner
of Lytic Addition hnve each given
half of the necessary prorwrty. Some
housos erected for temporary rosi
donees will have to ho moved, but
this will entail no difficulties.
While perhaps not properly classi
fied under "municipal improve
ments," tho work of drafting
tho City Charter, which will be
completed probably within thirty
days, is probably the most impor
tant Uiing accomplished by the city
stead of F. 0. .Minor. Those fond
of angling sHint part of the time
fishing in the Deschutes and tho oth
ers amused themselves in various
way. Saturday night a large bon
fire wa built. Those in the party
were: Misse Kvn Graves, Laura and
He Richards, Edith Enstcs, Sara
Perry and Tot Taggart, Mr. and
Mr. J. A. Hastes, Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
, II. Scott, C. M. Richards, A. M.
Pringle. E. It. Post, H. N. Steele.
W. II. Coble. H. A.Millor.RonSaw
bridge and Earl Hryan.
' Heroafter the Wenandy Livery
.'Company will give absolutely nocro
'dit on express charges. Every cus
tomer will Ihj obliged to pay cash
j when getting his packages at the
company's offices, or upon delivery
'of same. lUtf.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
Conservative Banking for Conservative People.
L II 1IAIRI1. (ViMlilent) J. W. MASTHR8, (Vice l'rc.i.lent)
1'. 0. MINOIt, (SccrctBry)
U n. BMItn, 1'. O. MINOR, S. V. nAIHD.
- -Full Stock of-
Of all kinds now on hand. Finest
line of Cottage Doors in
Keep out that enemy of mankind,
the ily, with
The kind that yon want is here and
the price is right.
Save money by buying your shovels
pitchforks, stoves, nails and other
hardware at the store of
N. P. Smith
I'AKKOr At IIAl.t. (IAAUJ
. A parrot that uttered curnes
every time a Hond player struck
out and shrieked applause at
every run scored by tho home
team wa an added attraction at
the game Sunday. It wa carried
in a cage by a ludy and divided
attention with the diamond con-
tost. It rooting is said to have
aided In winning the game.
QUICKER MAIL FOR
BEND AT LAST
After July Plrat .Mall Will Come From
Culver Junction by Way of
Commencing July flrt the Shnn
iko mail route will be discontinued.
After that dat- mail will be taken
from Culver Junction to I'rineville
and thence to Hond. It is probable
that the mail arriving at Culver one
evening will reach Hend before noon
of the next day but aa yet no definite
schedule have been announced. It
is expected the return mail will
leave here early in the afternoon,
reaching Culver, via Prinwille, in
time for the next morning's train.
Hy this new method letters will
travel about 05 mile instead of 38,
a would be the case if brought di
rectly from Culver to Hend.
ELEVATIONS IN CROOK
Many Distinguished Speakers to Ad-
dresa Seailons of Central Oregon
tlon Friday and Saturday.
Accurate StatlMlc Furnlihed Uy
Geological Survey Hullctln.
Senator Hourne has sent to every
public and college library and to
every newspaper in Oregon a copy
of Geological Survey Hullctin No.
1G2, giving a report of "Results of
Spirit Leveling in Oregon." The
bulletin gives accurate statistics re
garding the elevation of the various
sections of the state. The eleva
tions given arc the altitude above
sea level. Elevations in Crook
county are as follows:
Hend: 250 feet north of Inter
section of Wall and Nevada streets,
3.G26.217; 3.9 miles southwest, 3,
S3S.70; -1 miles southeast, 3.-177.15G;
J.b miles northeast, 3,325.93.
Powell Hutte: 0.2 miles cast of
stage station, 3,219.92-1; 5.2 miles
northeast of stage station, 3,145,-tG.
I'rineville: Main entrance gate
to courthouse, 2.8G7.-J95; G.l miles
CRAZV, THREATENS, ARRESTED
On Monday, Jack Stone was ar
rested at Laidlaw by Constable
Lucas, A. E. Forguson nnd S. R.
Dorris by requost of John Wimer,
whom Stone is alleged to have
threatened with a shot gun. Stone
who walked over the mountains re
cently, was employed by the Wim
ers at Tumalo. Apparently he suf
fers from flu of insanity, during
which he is irresponsible. He was
taken to I'rineville.
That the first convention of the
Central Oregon Development Leoguc
at I'rineville thin Friday and Satur
day will be attended by a large dele
gation of Hend people ta assured.
The local interest is due to tho pre
liminary missionary work of J. J.
Sayer, field secretary of the Oregon
Development League, who was here
last week working on behalf of the
get-together meeting; the enthusi
asm nroused by Manager C. C.
Chapman of the Portland Commer
cial Club at his address last night,
and perhaps chiefly because local
people realize that Bend is primarily
responsible for the inauguration of
the Central Oregon League, and are
determined that this place be well
Friday morning the Bend boosters
who ore scheduled to forget their
location and become Central Oregon
boosters first, last and all the time,
go to the county seat, where ar
rangements for their accommoda
tions have been made.
Delegations from all the towns of
south-central Oregon are expected.
Many Portland business men will
attend. President Gray of tho Hill
lines will be one of the principal
speakers, many other prominent rail
road officials also being on hand.
Bill Hanley of Burns will preside.
There will be five sessions.
Friday morning there will be ad
dresses of welcome, Bill Hanley and
C. C. Chapman being listed among
the speakers. Friday afternoon
"Cooperation" will be the subject
for discussion, and in the evening
President Gray will be the principal
speaker, the subject being "Central
Oregon's Resources." Saturday
morning special commercial club
methods and the use of the local
press in publicity work will be dis
cussed, the afternoon session being
devoted to talks upon good roads,
dry farming, irrigating and experi
ment stations. In the evening
I'rineville will be the host at a ban
quet to the visitors.
Fourth of July Fare via Oregon
Round trip tickets will be sold
for ono and one-third fare, to all
points on tho Oregon Trunk Ry.
and The North Bank Road, to which
the one way fare is $G.0O or less.
July 2, 3 and 4, return limit July 5.
Minimum round trip fare $1.00. 16
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or.-U. O. OOE, PrtlUM E A. 8ATHCR. Vlc Pr.lld.nt
0.8. HUDSON. Cathlir
Capital fully paid ... S2S.OOO
Stockholders' liability - S3S.000
Surplus .... . as.OOO
Do You Want These Prizes?
We ofler the following sums, in cash, for the
best exhibits thro the HendCommercial Club:
$25.00 cash, for the best assortment of sam
ples grown on either dry or irrigated land.
$10.00 for the best samples ot clover.
$10.00 for the best samples of alfalfa.
$10.00 for the best samples of root crops,
$10.00 for best assortment dry land grains.
$ 1 0.00 for best assortm't irrigated land grain.
All exhibits to bo raised within twenty-five miles of Bend
and to remain the proierty of tho Bend Commercial Club.
TEb FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. COR Jt, A, SATHER c. 8. IICDSON
F. P. SMITH H. C. KI.US