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The bend bulletin.
HKNI). OKI-XiON. WKDNKSUAY. AtUi 10. 11(11.
OPENING SEPT. 5
ATIONS ARE MADE
Directors Lit Contract for Wood Sup.
ply and for Painting More Room
Will He Hrqulred to Accommo
date All I'uplli Thla Winter
Preparations for thu ojenlnK of
school on TucKilny, September f,
weru miidc by thu School Hoard at
a mceliiiK Monday nljtht and other
hindneiw trnnnncted. Thu board
also Icitulizcd what was done nt thu
meeting on July 7, which had been
declared lllotml by Supt. Ford. II.
J. Overturf, having wlthdrnwn IiIn
retlKinitlon, remaltiH a member of
Five bldn for furnishing wood for
the school wetu reail and that of V.
M. Carter was accepted, It being
thu lowest and moid satisfactory.
He will supply 100 ricks of limb
and body wood, 20 Inclnvt long, at
$l.fi()ii rick. Hunter Urns, were
thu only bidden for thu painting of
the lire encnjx and were given Uio
contract at t'JJi, they to furninh thu
lleginnlng with Soptemlwr. thu
hoard will meet thu second TtiurH
day evening In each month. Only
at thlit meeting will IiIIIm bu ncteI
on. Thu principal ban lieen in
structed to havu order blanks print
l and the buying of supplies will
Thu school is in need of moru
room for this wlntur nnd Messrs.
Ovurturf and Wlust were apjoInted
a committee to see what provisions
can Ih made. They will also order
desks nnd laboratory equipment
that in needed.
A sin'dal meeting has been called
for Saturday afternoon nt !l o'clock
in order to allow representatives of
the Young school to confer with the
Iniard In regard to school matters
in that vicinity. 'Hie board request
the attendance of a large delegation.
As the Urglsinturu has ulohed
the public drinking cup, pupils of
the Hund school will hnvo to provide chanU Protective Association, hold
thumnelves with individual cum this at thu olllce of Coble & Sum rail
Kimwm .Thursday evening, the application
..,',,, . . of the Skuse Hardware Company for
Principal Shouse wan present at I mmniK)rHj,p wan accepted. A
the meeting Monday night and Kneral discussion of thu work of
offered some valuable suggestions' the organization wan Indulged in,
to the board. The following are nd ' awoHsment of $11 was levied
the teachers who have been elected m c,urrcl lnson. The
i ,..,.,.. Associations attorneys are prepar
er the 1011-1- term: , imf can, ,n,,ox Hyrttu for UMJ of
High School Principal, J. II. I all Itn mumbum.
The Best Prophet of the
Future is the Past.
For more tlinn it year the Deschutes
lhutkiiift & Trust Company of Bend
; has meant "hest" unci is pleased to
place at the disposal of its customers
the facilities gained during this
period of continuous service and
growth, confidently helieving it can
meet every requirement of the
Put Not Your Trust in Money
But Put Your Money in Trust.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
I,. 1). ItAlUn, (President) J. W. MASTKRR, (Vice President)
1'. O. MINOU, (Secretary)
t. D, DAIRI), V. O. MINOU, S. V. IIAIRD.
ShoiiKu; aitMlMtanta, Anne Markel and
(Snide School Maude Vandevert,
Kathurine Troutnur, Kthul M.
HolmeM, Anglo Young, Martha
Arnold School Mrs. Glenn II.
Young School Not yet elected.
ThuniW Showers Refresh Deschutes
Valley and Make Crops (Irnw
Llihtnlns Strike III I'lne.
Hard ralnit, accompanied by
thunder, lightning and Hoinu hail,
fell In Uend and thu surrounding
country Monday and Monday night,
thu total precipitation within
twenty-four bourn lelng .78 of an
Inch. Thu rain extended over a
large area, and will 1m; of much
Iteneflt to croptt. It wait thu first
rain here to lay thu dust since June
20 and 27 when there watt a fall of
moru than an inch.
During the afternoon rnin, which
wiw thu hnrdeitt of thu day, a large
pine treu on Wall Street went of thu
library watt tttrtick by lightning and
"burked." Thu tule)honu system
wari dlsorKiinlred by thu burning
out of a large numtar of fuses.
A thunder storm like thin onu Ih
something rare In Hund nnd watt the
Hubject of much comment.
ANOTHER GOLD FIND
Strike Reported Made Hither
Up In the Cascade.
While thu gold excitement that
created thu rush to thu Tumalo
prospect- last week has abated, n
rewrt of another and richer find
somu twelve miles further west, at
the very head of thu west fork of
thu Tumalo, has caused several
claims to lu staked thereabout,
It Is understood that John Steidl
and Thomas Tweet, In company
with an exK!ricnced miner, located
the first claims in this new locality.
According to Hugh O'Kanu and
others who havu seen it, thu uartr.
samples brought down for assaying
nru by fur thu richest ever seen in
this country. The claims are just
below snow lino.
SKUSI! JOINS ASSOCIATION.
At n meetinir nf the Hund Mur-
t S E BUG 1
Since January 1,
Icnora Morris, wIiohu guess of $CC,487 came the nearest to the
amount nent in Uend bulldingH since January lit, wins The
Hulletin'n prize of a week's free pass to the Star Theater.
While thu cry of "dull times"
being heard In many places, nnd
even Central Oregon is experiencing
n period of comparative "quietness,"
Hund tteems to have la-en forging S. C. Culdvyell r7., 1.C00
ahead with remarkable huccukh. A I$ert Caldwell..... 600
record of $85,000 ent in subUin-! A. L. French ....fT. 1,200
Hal buildings within Heven months, J. H. Wenandy V. it. 3,000
despite railroad building delays and Italph Iiartlett ' COO
somewhat adverse financial con-jT. M. O'Uonnell 1,000
dltion, is a record of which towns II. I). Hrown '1,000
many times thu siw of Uend might Ole Nelson 1,500
woll be proud. . W. K. (Juorin (imp's). ....... 1,000
Ilelow Is given n detailed list of George S. Young Y..... 1,100
business buildings and residences' Arthur I'roctor GOO
erected or completed within thu city j M. It. Knutson 700
limit since January 1st, 1011; In,
some instances buildings are listed
which nru still in course of con -
struction. While effort has leen
made to have this list an complete
and accurate an possible., there,
doubtless are somu omissions nnd
mlstiikes In It. However, the figures
given, when the owner's statement
could not be procured, nre reckoned
upon a conwrvntive bunis. Build
ings costing less than SoOO have not
The list includes Tit structures, 19
being business buildings and &i
residences. The average cost is
$lo?U. In addition to the $85,000
shown, probably at leant $5,000 has
Wen ex landed on smuller buildings
mid additions, making the monthly
exendlture since the first of the
year $1 11,000. Also, many thousand
dollars have been put into mill
equipment, street and bridge wurk,
A. M. Lnrn Vr 7.600
K. A. SMhur :,00d
I). K. Hunter 2,1500
(mrctjKcl from Cil)lc Trldetl)
(J. I. 1'utnnm -1.000
W.T. Cowan V. f.00
It. 1. Mlntur 000
C. F. UnderwoiMl 1,100
(purcluuiMl by C. M. Perry)
J. W. Ditnick (2) ...
It. A. I'uett (3)
C. 11. Genung .ylrt.
T. W. Triplett
Full Stock of
Of all kinds now on hand. Finest
line of Cottage Doors in
' Keep out that enemy of mankind,
the lly, with
The kind that you want is here and
the priee is right.
Save money hy buying your shovels
pitehforks, stoves, nails and other
hardware at the store of
N. P. Smith
54 Residence and
O. C. Henklu 1,200
W.I'. Smith 1,200
George Iirosterhous, 1,200
Creed Triplett 1,200
.' George Drosterhous.
A. C. Lucas (brick).
W. C. McCuiston.
W. H. Sellers (ad.)
C. S. Ilenson COO
J. I'. Johnson (ad.) 1,000
Leon Fuiks (2) 2,000
G. I. Putnam 900
J. S. 1'arminter (2) 3,300
J. I. West (2) 4,000
It. II. Deyarmond 500
C. I. Horell 7,000
liniii, iiicjuuidk uuolilnery)
J. II. Oneil 1,300
W. 1. Golden 1,100
Wenandy Liven' Co COO
(mlilltluu to stable)
I)g Cabin Saloon 1,100
Myers & Wilkie (2) 2,400
Zupan& Campbell 1,200
Williams Bros 2,000
Oliver Thorbjornson 2,300
Frank May (finish, in Jan)... 5,000
Hotel Uend (Imp's) 1.000
Bend Hardware Co. (ad.) . 500
Farewell llntertalntnent (or Morris
Lara linjoyed by Many Sunday.
As n farewell surprise party to
Morris Lara, who left Monday for
a visit to his old home in Staunton,
Vn Mr. nnd Mrs. A.M. Larn enter
tained some fifty of their friends at
an impromptu musical aunuoy
afternoon. Quietly invited without
the knowledge of the "guest of
honor," hfs friundH gathered, many
bringing musical instrument and
songs, with which to contribute to
A most attractive feature of the
informal program won the playing
of an orchestra, Miss Ivn West,
violin, Charles Hunter, trombone,
and Pen Sawbridge, piano. Miss
Edith Eastes, accompanied by Mr.
Sawbridge, who also joined her in
some ducts, by her many encores,
proved herself a very popular per
former. Miss Graves delighted all
with her ploying, and Mrs. Jack
Arnold sang the delightfully pretty
song "If I Were a Rose." In addl
tion there was general singing by
"the bunch." Later in the after
noon refreshment were served.
FLOUR MILL TO BE
READY IN OCTOBER
Muchlnrry Mas Deep Shipped From
Portland and Will He Freighted
In From Opal Cliy.
Machinery for the flouring mill
here is expected to be freighted in
this week from Opal City, having
been shipped from Portland. The
mill building is being put in shape
and there will be no delay in Install-
atlon. Some time will be required
to get the machines in perfect run
ning order, but C. I. Bozell, presi
dent and manager of the company,
says he will have things ready to
start running by Oct. 1.
Galvanized iron roofing has been
put on the entire building, sides as
well as top, making it a substantial
structure. This work was done by
Torn Roberta and Walt Neil. It Is
a three-story building, with large
basement. The cost of the building
and machinery will be approxi
MISS STEELE IN ACCIDENT.
MicsMedora Steele of Portland,
who was a visitor in Bend several
weeks this summer, and her brother
Layton narrowly escaped death at
Newport, Or., last Wednesday when
the nuto in which they were riding
plunged into the sea. They were
hurled to the beach with great h
force and considerably bruised. The
accident was caused by the drivorV a y , today, niony notable
attempt to pass Jump Off Point" .., RllAromin; tJ 0roMn
between breakers, the car hitting a
submerged rock and turning partly
ovor. There were seven in the auto
and all received a good ducking.
STILL UUILDINO FLUMES.
President W. J. McGillvray of the
Arnold Irrigation Co. reports that
construction of flumes continues!
urlth triru nrnfrnwd llh otntnd l.nfr I
without fail, water will be at his
Pine Park ranch, eight miles from
town, within a month.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON Mi
Or. U. O. COt, Pr.ild.nt E. A. SATHER. Vic Prtildtnt
O. 8. HUDSON. C.lhl.r
Capital ruiir pid aas.ooo
Stockholders' liability . S26.0OO
Surplus .... S3, OOO
. Remember us when you have
and wo will gladly remember you
. when you have none.
TEo FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. COK K. A, SATHCR C. S. HUDSON
P. V. SMITH II, C. UU.IS
New Fulka Uulldln Chosen as Place
for ttoldlnr rirst Display of Kind la
Bend-Citizens Urged to Help
Make It Great Success.
Bend's first flower show will be
held Saturday in the new Fulks
building, beginning at 2:30 o'clock
and continuing through the evening.
Final arrangements were made by
the Ladies' Library Club at a meet-
-Ing Monday afternoon.
In addition to the list of prize
printed some time ago by the Bulle
tin, others have been donated and
their will be premiums for all tho
best exhibit of ever)' kind. All
flowers must be in the exhibit build
ing by 2 o'clock Saturday to insure
entry. The club urges also that
house plants, ferns and the like also
be exhibited in order to make the
show as attractive as possible. The
club has arranged to call for plants
and flowers if the owners can not
bring them or send them to the
exhibit hall, if they will notify Miss
Gertrude Markel at Elmer NIs
The judges for the show will be
W. D. Barnes of Laid law, Mrs. L.
D. Wiest and H. C. Ellis.
During the show the ladies will
serve ice cream, sherbets, tea and
Developers In Session at Astoria, With
Central Oregon Men on Deck.
The Deschutes Valley representa
tive at the convention of the Oregon
Development League at Astoria is
J. E. Sawhill, secretary of tho
Central Oregon Development
League, who left here Saturday for
The sessions of the big develop
ment organization opened Monday
speakors addressing the Oregon
boosters. Mr. Sawhill, J. W. Brewer
of Redmond and Judge W. S. Wor
den of Klnmath Falls represented
the interior section of the state on
ADDS A GOLD RUSH.
Bend has added a gold rush to
s it already
rush nnd railroad