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The bend Bulletin
HKNI), OUF.GON, WEDNESDAY, .JULY B, 1011.
LOST 15 F
LAVA HIED MIS REST
J. A. Hastes Wander I'nr on All
Night Journey While Alnny
Would-llc Rescuers Search
I'or Mint I'nr nrnl Wide.
From daylight this morning would
lto luMUor HviirchiMl for J. A. lim
tos, who lost IiIh why yesterday In
tlm lava Held anil timber country
adjacent to Ijivii Hutte, tun mile
smith of Ilend. Hut before many of
tho man hunters theiinwlvett Intel re
turned from their quest tin? ht
man put in an appi-nntiice, arriving
In one of Wttiiiuitly'M nutiw which
hail picked lilm tip it fuw mill from
town, lifter a strenuous night of
wauiluriiiK, without food, ami hav
ing covered some 2o mllo of rough
Mr. Kastiw, togethqr with his wife.
Mb Eva Graves, Mrs". Mary Hcnn,
MIm llnchul llollonby. Walter King,
George A tun ntul James I lean, wont
tip the river yesterday on it fishing
excursion. Hastes assayed to cross
the lava Held from n point immedi
ately north of I Jivn Butte to Ijtva 1
Island, whither the rent of the party
were to drive and meet him. At
HMO p. tn., when tho othent re
turned to Bend from the island,
nothing had been necn of EaxtC.
An alarm was started nnd thin morn
ing seven autoit loaded with search-
era went to the lava, fearing thut
the lout man had Injured himself.
About 10 o'clock Euittes wits found
n few miles out on the li 1'lne rond
walking toward Ilend. In crossing
the lava he evidently had become
confuted, first encountering the
river at the Mitchell homestead,
about idx milcH north of Bcnhaui
Falls. Thence he came down stream
to it jMiint lelow Minor's place,
where he wns ferried across tho
river by camjwrs. Keeping down
the west bank he reached Hyatt's
bridge at dusk, crossed, and
"citmiKMl" by it big lire near the
lava Ixwide the river. Starting at
tlaybrwHk, he got u "hand out"
brenkfiiMl from campors at Robin
son's bridge, thenca proceeding
On his travels, which nre ostimnt
ed to have covered more than 26
miles, he was accompanied by his
dog Jack. It was several hours
lifter his return before tho second
relay of rescuers could locate, res
cue nnd bring hack to town the
ttearcherH who all morning had been
climbing over the broIllitK htvit fields
endeavoring to locate tho lost fish-erman.
l:XIl!CII!l) lll'.KI! IIY SUNDAY
Governor West, Statu Treas.
urer Kay, Attorney Gownil
Crawford and Stale Engineer
ItwIs, who left Klamath Falls
this morning for an Inspection
of Irrigation project in Klam
ath, Ijiko and Crook counties,
will probably reach Ilend .Sun
day. ItuHsell Catlln of Salem,
who arrived here last night,
brought this information. He
Is president of the Pilot Hutte
Hunch Co. and will be in Ilend
several days on business, Join
ing the Salem party here.
1 RULES AT BIG MEETING
Central Oregon Development League's
Convention Success Choose Bend
Headquarters, Sawhill Secty.
Ncuspsper .Men Atlcnilltie I'rlitevllle
Ciiiivrnlliiii Organize, With Juur-
li ii I IMllnr a I'rtnlilcnt.
One of the events ff the develop
ment convention at I'rineville was
the formation of the "Interior Ore
gon Press Association," a league of
interior Oregon newspaer men. H.
I'. Cray of the I'rlnevillu Journal
was chosen president; II. II. 1'almer,
Hedmond Kpokesmnn, vice-president,
and (i. P. Putnam, The Ilend Bulk
Those present at the Initial ses
sion of the association, lesides the
officers elected, were J. A. HofTmnn
of the Metolius Central Orcgonlan,
0. C. Young of the Culver Deschutes
Valley Tribune and W. C. Wnlker
of the Hedmond Hub. All news
paor men In interior Oregon will
bo nsketl to Join the organization.
A meeting to discuss ways nnd
means for co-operative development
work probably will Imj held nt un
ADDS $1,000 TO SUKI'LUS.
At the seml-nnnunl meeting of
tlio First National Hank directors,
closing up the business for thu six
months ending Juno 30, $1,000 was
added to tho surplus fund. The re
port showed that the Institution is
in a prosM'rous condition.
HOrriiST DAY THIS YliAR.
At It o'clock this nfternoon the
Government thermometer In Hend
registered 92 dogrees. At noon Wi
wns the record. This Is the ho Host
tiny bo far this your. Yesterday was
the next warmest, the maximum
temperature being 8!l.
Tin: HlMJ.KTIN has just Installed
n full line of new t)'e socially de
signed for high grnde visiting nnd
business enrd work. tf
In what has been well charact
erised as thu most successful nnd
enthusiastic get-together meetings
ever held in Oregon, tho Central
Oregon Development league came
Into being at I'rineville at Its initial
two-day mwmIoii Friday nnd Satur
day. The splendid feeling of bar
mony and good fellowship that pre-, ably two main farms will
vnlled. Prineville's hotpittthle and ducted, each of 20 acres,
nil delegations instructed President
Hanley In appoint n committee of
three, which will formulate n plan
of Immediate uctlon. The working
plan, after the financing has been
arranged for ly this committee,
will be in the direct charge o the
Oregon Agricultural College. Prob-
"ALL IIONOK TO WIND."
All honor to Bend. Such n
bunch as they cent would do
honor to any country under
the sun. And how they enliv
ened up the proceedinga with
their mirth and song. For ev
ery speaker and every occasion
they had an epigrammatic
verse, a what's-the-mattcr-wlth
sort of a Bend yell, and tune
ful, too, as well as apropos.
Addison Bennett In the
HANGS IN GREWSOME
Fred Miller, Danish Camp Cook, Takrs
III Life. Hody It Found lfang
Inj from Beam Yesterday Af
ternoon by Flihcrmen.
FOURTH OF JULY
IS QUIET IN BEND
Local People Join Neighboring
Towns In Celcbrntlons--l5nse-
ball Games at I'rineville.
ettpttblu entertainment and the big dry farming, the other for Irriga
hit made by Bend's livewire delogrt-' tion. An oxjert will be constant
lion, which kept affairs lively from ly in charge of those, their actual
start to finish, were the fouturos of 'operation, however, being done by
Uie convention. a local farmer, whose land will be
Perhaps the most welcome out- rented for the purpose nnd whose
come of the sessions locally, wns the j tl") will be paid for. In addition
chiilii. of Iti-nil ns tho hoadnunrters ' to those central farms, whose locn-
Huiiiiku Stamp Oaths nnd
pads for sale nt Bulletin ofllcu.
The Best Prophet of the
Future is the Past.
For more tlmn n year the Deschutes
Dunking It Trust Compuny of Bend
hius meant "best" nnd is pleased to
place at the disposal of its customers
the facilities gained during this
period of continuous service nnd
growth, confidently believing it can
v meet every requirement of the
Put Not Your Trust, in Monoy
But Put. Your Monoy in Trust.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
J Company of Bend, Oregon
i "Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
for the Iengue's work for the next
yenr nnd tho election of J. E. Saw-
hill, manager of the Bend Commer
cial Club, ns secretary-treasurer of
the League. After not n little cam
paigning, this result was reached nt
the election Saturdny afternoon,
Bend's nomination for headquarters
location generously being made by
Hedmond nnd carried unanimously.
J. J. Donegnn of Burns proposed
Mr. Sawhill for the secretaryship.
Proposed by A. 0. Hunter, Wil
liam Hnnley of Burns, who was nct
Ing chairman of Uie convention, was
unanimously chosen president. On
G. P. Putnam's nomination J. W.
Brewer of Hedmond wns elected one
vice-president, W. S. Wordcn of
Klamath Falls being chosen to the
other vice-presidency. President
Hnnley appointed Carl H. Grny, of
the Hill roaih; Wm. McMurray, of
the Hnrrlmnn lines; C. C. Chapman,
of the Portland Commercial Club,
nnd J. N. Williamson of Princvllle,
honorary vice-presidents. Suggest
ed by J. E. Morson of Ln Pine, the
city of Burns was selected as the
next meeting place of Uie league.
ttnn Utt1 lut i!,f.f,?.j1 lit? T'rnfiiirr '
Scudder, there will be co-operative
stations in all sections of the coun
try, where the agricultural instruct
or will aid lite local farmers and
conduct local demonstrative cultiva
tion on the places and with the nld
of those who nre Interested. The
services of the salaried expert will
at nil times be at the disposal of
farmers who have problems upon
which they wish assistance. Analysis
of soil, examination of seed and ad
vice nnd demonstration upon Irri
gation and dry farming methods
will be among the nctivities of the
Friday, after speeches of welcome,
brief addresses were made by rep
resentatives of the various local or
ganizations. A. 0. Hunter spoke
on behalf of Bend. In the evening
railroad officials and Portland busi
ness men nddresscd the meeting,
Uie principal speakers being Carl
Gray, Win. McMurray, J. L. Ster
rett and Arthur Collon.
Saturday morning wns devoted to
threshing out Uie report of the com
mittee on organization. The chief
With a suicide's rope around his
swollen neck, Uie body of Fred Mil-
' ler, a Danish camp cook and laborer,
was found yesterday afternoon by
fishermen in Uie old Boyd slaughter
house on the banks of the Deschutes
a mile and a half below Bend.
So groteue!y like n dummy ap-
Joining nearby towns in Fourth pcared the flaxon haired nnd bloat
of July celebrations this year, Bond ed figure of the dead man, who ap
people yesterday scattored to var- parently had been hanging for ser
ious localities. The day In conse- cral days, that Marion Poole, who
(juence passed quietly here. happened to glance into Uie gloomy
The celebration at I'rineville drew interior of the shadowy slaughter
a large number, special attraction house, thought Uie figure he caught
being the baseball games there, sight of was a dummy. Remarking
Bend played Silver Lake Monday . that It seemed a peculiar trick to
and was defeated by a score of 8 to i place a dummy in such an isolated
C. Yesterday afternoon Prineville I place, Mr. Poole was passing on
and Uie Bend nine met and again i when his wife who had also seen the
the locals lost, the score being 14 to hanging figure through Uie
G. I'rineville nnd Silver Lake are
playing Uiis afternoon for the hon
ors of the celebration.
The delegation from Bend which
went to Uie La Pine celebration was
large, and they report a splendid
Redmond, Sisters and other towns
also drew their quota from here,
OFFICIALS OF CHURCH
door insisted that they return, say
ing that she knew it was Uie body
of a man.
Allen Thompson and E. J. Taylor
first discovered Uie body. It was
hanging from a beam some nine feet
from the floor. EvidcnUy carefully
planning his deed Uie dead man had
j neatly hung his coat and hat on a
nearby nail, then mounung a salt
tub set upon a chair, tied Uie rope
the beam, placed the slip noose
about his neck, and kicking the tub
from under him took Uie fata down
ward plunge which resulted In a
Aside from the good accomplish-' of d"bn,e a'11th? method of
ed in stopping "knocking" and en-i""-, " ua "" ,. ..
cournging co-operation among the Uie local clubs should have voting
interior towns, the most vital direct ! Powr proportionate to the popula-
i .j i lion ui villi luiiiiuuiiiiii'a uii ii-pn
so rueu, on a oasis oi one vote 10
result of the convention will
immediate establishment of experi
mental fnrms, Uieir support to Iks
divided among Uie league, Uie
Portland Commercial Club nnd the
two Interested railroads. A commit
tee comprising representatives from
every UK) inhabitants. Dues to the
organization nre to be paid upon a
similar basis, $5.00 to ever)' 100 or
Tho feature of tho afternoon as
(Contliiueil on Uit pKe)
I.. II. IIAIUD. (President) J- W. MASTHKS, (Vice President)
I'. O. MINOR, (Secretary)
I) i r it c T n it s:
h, n. nAIKD, V. O. MINOR, S. V. I1AIRD.
Full Stock of
Of nil kinds now on hand. Finest
line of Cottnjje Doors in
from September 1, as follows:
Strwarit .Mr ,
I.. Vox, Mm. O. C ' lllrruii .
A $t !
Methodists Ch.Kj-c Itiose Who will
Serve for Next tnf enc V i .
At iyn fnnrfli nrnl tnaf mtflrr.trtt.
mnfornnm for thin vonr. ntiin.rH fnp , gruesome death by strangulation.
Uie Bend Methodist church were against whidi he evidently fought
elected for the next twelve months desperately when too late. .
nijucr came 10 uie country anout
a year ago. He was about 55 years
old. Last winter he was employed by
John Steidl. For some months he
rented a cabin at the slaughter
house from Charles Boyd. Recently
he had been employed near La Pine
as construction camp cook. He was
last seen Friday, on which day his
death is supposed to have occurred.
So far as can be ascertained ,hc had
no relativesand no one knows any
thing of his history or friends.
Yesterday evening a coroner's
inquest was held, Coroner E. 0.
Hyde conducUng it. Dr. C. S. Ed
wards, county physician, examined
the body. A coroner's jury consist
ing of J. I. West, John Steidl, B. G.
Springer, U. N. Hoffman, H. Caler
and N. P. Smith found a verdict of
suicide by hanging. The body will
be Interred by J. I. West.
Rictunloti. Mix llt'li
Tru.tres C i II c
I.. L. Fox. W II M-
Krcorilini: tr.inl -Dl.lnct
Cotntllillrr Hi i
I'ox. Mrs O. C. Tim.
Sunday eliol !(
Tracts Mi Dh'kn.
Temperance ! II
lMucHtion Mr "
Church records r
Church and Mt
Slant-, Mr. I'ox,
Church mufc M'o
KstliiutitiK nit 'tM
Iloicll, Mr. faM I .
Stt, Mrs TluirMiii
Trier of vh .
CiistcMlinii of ileclt M
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; ; the fly, with , '
The kind thnt you want is here nnd
the price is right.
Siye money by buying your shovels
pitchforks, stoves, nuils nnd other
hardware at the store of
N. P. Smith
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Or. U. O. OOt. Pr.lld.nt C A. BATHER. Vie Pr. 1H.nl
O. 8. HUDSON. Onhlir U t1
Capital fulhr paid - . . (25.000
Btocknoid.r laoinir s)2S,ooo
To Those Who
YOU have heard the story of the
farmer who chalked his accounts
on the barn door, which later burned.
You are in a like rut if you-don't use
Iet us handle your money do your
bookkeeping, relieve you from worry
and work. A bank account will give
you safety and credit. Checks are
your personal coinage system.
If you haven't surplus money, de
posit all your money with us and pay
your bills by check. You will soon
have chedit and the suhplus.
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C COR It A SATH1 K C S
V. P. SMITH II C KM.W