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THE BEND BULLETIN.
HKNI), OIUCUON. WKDNI-SDAY. SKIT. 13. 101 1.
Commercial Cluli Aleinbers lluny Ar
ranxliiK I'rournm, mid l.arice Crowd
I llxp'clo'l llrro-IJvcnt Will Ho
MUe IIIkk"! '" lowii's Military
The coming of triilns to Hund will
l the occasion of tlic IiIkkcsI coli'
lirntlon ever held liore. Tim iiumii
lwrM of tin1 Commercial Club arc
Imtiy working out the details, which
will ! iiiimumccil next week. A
IiIr crowd, including ih'N'KallniiM
from I'm thtml nnd Seattle, are ex
pected. Meeting were ht'lil l-'riila.v
inn .Mummy (' uieciuiMiiui cicimiie
. I". Avciill went down to Port
land yesterday and this morning
hud a cmifcrviiru with Chief Kngi
ncor ltuild of the Oregon Trunk, in
forming him that the chili would
furnish stone, for the JcjMt here.
Mr. Averlll also told him of Hcnd'H
celebration plans and the road will
hivrrtiM' it. W. I). Cheney nnd
other will brink' in " I'lsr crowd
At the meeting on Friday night
the character the celebration should
tnku wan diitcu&ietl. It was decided
that the Inrst way to gut iturU-d
won to have a committer map out n
working plan and report on Mondny
evening. Committees were alto
named to present the depot matter
to the Council, we what could lw
done toward reorganizing the hand
nnd getting Hie county road grader
for umj on the IJeml-HurnH road.
The suggestion of the committee
on nrrnngements was to divide the
work of looking after the celclirn-,
tlon nmong live committees, the
chairmen of tluwe to form the gen
eral commrtteu. The recommen
dntlon was adopted, and President
Patterson npiMilnted the following
Finance A. M. Ijira, chairman,
K. A. sntner. it. r. Avuriii.
Ilecuptlon H. J. Overturf, U. II.
Ilalrd, M. S. Ijittin. H. .1. Douglitt,
U. M. Davis.
Kxhlblt S. J. SiHinccr. J. N.
Hunter. 0. C. Henkle, J. H. Iteun,
K. It. Post.
Entertainment A. 0. Hunter,
Hugh 0'Knno. K. M. Smith, Clyde
McKay. C. S. Hudson.
Publicity J. K. Sawhlll, U. N.
Hoirmnn, C. D. Howe.
It was reported that
The Best Prophet of the
Future is the Past.
For more Hutu u year the Deschutes
Hanking & Trust Compiiny of Bend
has meant "best" und is pleased to
place at the disposal of its customers
the facilities gained during this
period of continuous service and
growth, confidently believing 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.. . 11AIRD, (l're.Mcnt) J. W. MASTKHS, (Vice Pre.ldeut)
1. O. MINOR, (Secretary)
h. n. DAIRD, P. O. MINOR, S. V. DAIRD.
Don't fnrKut tin1 Ooinmercliil
('IuI)'h ihtm for oxlilltltx of
farm products. I'romluiimwlll
Iiu awarded Itiillrntitl Day.
eounty road grader could lie secured
if the club would furnished tliu fuel
and water to run It. It Ih now be
ing used near Ijtmontn and can he
brought to the went Hide in a week
or ten days and put to work on the
road to llurnx, getting it In fine
nliajKi for thosu going to the Hum
meeting Uct. 2 and II.
NEW IRRIGATION PLAN
(liivrrimr Went Will Ueciuiinirrul In
I.CKMnlure I lint Stale l!iiler I'lctil
Saiim. lr.. Sept. 2.T put
the state in the bimliieHM of icclulm
ing arid lands, sinning nil by i-
viving some of the defunct project,
l a plan evolved hy (Jovernor Went
which he will recommend to the
legislature In his next blunnlal
message. The other rncmhers of
the U(MM.Tt IjiiwI Hoard aro not in
favor of the plan.
"If the old Columbia Southern
project in Crook county Ih nut
financed by November 1, when lu
time, expirea, nnd the project Ih
cnnccled, I think 1 ahull urge that
this be the first project to get state,
nid nnd to le completed under the
auspices of the stale," tuild Gov.
Ubrnry Club Will Sell the Juicy
A watermelon social will lie given
tomorrow by the Indies' Library
Club In the old jKwtolllco building.
A supply of excellent melon ban
Hfn recelvtMl and will Im wild for
the Iwiieflt of the library. The milu
will stnrt alxiut 1(1 o'clock and Inst
until all tire disponed of.
Thu club held a meeting yester-
,Jny and elected the stall" which will
' Kti out the Issue of The Hulletin, as
(announced elsewhere In today's
i.f t i net il a ikill tO
The homtwtend case of the Unltwl
Status vs. Kills H. Ivlgington. which
was heard beftiru Commitwloner
, Kills on March 10 and sent up to
The Dalles land ollice, has been tie-
' elded ill favor of the defendant. A
I copy of the decision has just been
received by Vernon A. Forlnw, who
represented Mr. Kdgington. He
hnd a homestead on the Tumalo nnd
the Government contested his cluim,
TRAINS TO BEi OCT. 12, SMS GMT
Announcement of Definite Date Made in
Portland Yesterday This Place to Be
Terminal of Two Roads for Some Time
(HriHl DUpsleli toTlir llullclin )
Pouti.ani, Sept. 12. President Carl It. Gray of the Oregon Trunk
Knllwuy announced here today' that the flrt train to Horn! would arrive
oit Thurwlay. October 12.
He aim) wild Unit an agreement luid liwn feigned by the Hill and
Harriman rends for Joint trackage um. hetween MetoIluH and Culvor nnd
between Kedmond and Hend. The agreement Ih dated September 0 and
Ih for a peilod of ilfl'.t years. According to the termx, each road Ih to pay
half the emit of maintenance. 'I he roads had already signed n joint
agreement from Culver to Redmond,
Joint terminal Hnd wnrehnuoo at
There will Ih-no more railroad
Oregon Trunk fur twine tune, I'reMilent Gray said. , He atkel for the
isaicountof his health,
FARM LECTURES TO
BE GIVEN IN BEND
I). O. Lively and Prof. Sc udder, of O.
A C, Will' Speak on llojc and
Dairying, September JO.
Two lectures of greut lmKjrUince
to the farmers of
will be delivered
September 30. D. O. Lively, vice 'now occupied by Mr. Triplett'a fur
president of the Portland Slock niture store. The consideration
Yards Co.. will senk on hogs and was $5,000, it is understood,
hog raising nnd Prof. H. A. Scud-' With a frontage of 50 feet on
derof the 0. A. C, on dairying. , Wall Street nnd n depth of 140 feet,
There mny also bo an address by this is one of the best bussiness
Phil S. Ilntes on good roads. I properties in Hend. Mr. Arnot
These men will be members of the said before ho returned to Tacoma
Portland party who will come Sunday that he intended to put In
through Hend the last of the month plate glass front and in other ways
on their way to Hums to attend the ( improve the building.
Central Oregon Development league Mr. Triplett will probably sell his
meeting Octoler 2 nnd a. They entire furniture stock in n lump or
will spend Saturday night, the UOth,
here, leaving the next morning
nv.ir tin. lk.nil.HumK roiul
The Portland pacrH state that
there will probably Ik as many as
50 business men of that city to go
on the junket. Among those who
have signified their Intention are
the following railroad men: Carl
II. (Iray. William McMurray, W. K.
Coman, Archibald (!ray
(!raham of Seattle.
anil F. W
ROAD HY HUH I! IMI'KOVUD.
The county had men at work last
week on the road running east from
Greenwood avenue nnd north of
Pilot Hutte. The rocks were all
taken out and the road smoothed by '
a big harrow. This is now the best i
automobile road out of Hend to
Prinevilie. being both level and free
from stone. It joins the old road i
at the exieriment farm. I
Full Stock of
STOVES, RANdES, HEATERS.
The kind that hits been sold to
for 08 Years.
Before You Buy Hardware See
N. P. Smith
muking a lutnl joint ue of 02 milu;bla River Conference which met at
j SjKkaoe. Spewing of Kv. Mr.
Hend arn hIho provided for. I Weaver's transfer, the Madras
building in Cciitial On-gon by the I'ioneer said:
TACOMA MAN BUYS
PR.OPER.TY IN BEND
C. W. Arnot lurche AtllUrd Trip-
left liulldlni: for $5,000 and Will
Make Improvements to It.
C. W. Arnot of Tucoma closed a
.deal Saturday with Millard Triplett
I for the purchnso of the building
i close it out. He
has some ncreage
nt Ashland which will soon require
his nttontion and on this account he
will not be able to conduct his store
here. He will continue to make
Hend his home, however, he states.
IIUVS VALUAHLII CORNER.
The corner at Hond stanit and
IIwl,'ru vunuu '" uw bouKl
k" Mrs. A. C. Seeleyfrom the D. E.
uunier u. lor su.uuu, ine ioi nas
a frontage or i&u reel on Homt
Htreot and 15G on Hawthorne, with
a depth of 110 feet. There are
three buildings on it. This is con-,
sidcred by real estate men one of,
the most valuable businosa corners
Wantku Everybody to know i
that Innes & Davidson's barber i
service is the Itoat in Hend.
Don't Miss the Hond Lumber
Co.'s special bargain lumber sale.
rwo i.scims op main.
During the first nine days of
September, Hend hnd nearly
two inches of rain, the exact
figure being 1 .91 . From Wed
newlay of hut week to Satur
day, when the rainy spell end
ed, there was 1.24 Inchon. The
greatest precipitation within 2-1
hours wnt from noon the 8th to
noon the 9th, 1.03 inches.
PREACHER. FOR BEND
Rev. At. W. Wraver, AlrihodUt Atlnls
ler, Will Come Mere Prom Madras
Itev. M. W. Weaver, the Metho
dist pastor at Madras' the past year,
wan awfgned to Hond by the Colum-
change on ac
wind and dust here
throat and Bpeech and forcing him
to seek a different locality. He will
immediately move to Bend and take
up his work there.
"Itev. and Mrs. Weaver have a
long list of friends who regret they
are to leave. Mrs. Weaver's ex
ceptional music ability made her
conspicuous at all church services
Itev. H. 0. Perry, for six years
pastor at Sunnyside, Wash., was ap
pointed district superintendent and
will visit Bend quarterly.
ACTION IS DISMISSED.
The case of the State vs. I. J.
Wilkinson, charging breaking of a
headgate and unlawfully taking
water, was heard in Justice Orcutt's
court Saturday. A jury was em
tmneled but the court held that the
I state failed to make out a sufficient
'case and dismissed the action,
'Deputy District Attorney Wirtz
represented the state and Vernon
A. Forbes the defendant.
PROF. HARRINGTON WEDS.
Word has been received here that
Prof. J. C. F. Harrington, principal
of the Hend school last year, was
married in the east during the sum-
i mer. He is teaching this year at
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. COE, Prttld.nl E. A. BATHER, Vic Pr.tld.nt
O. 8. HUDSON. CathUr
Capital fullr paid S3B.OOO
8lockholdrt' liability 2D.OOO
Surplus .... . S0.OCO
Why Not Raise Hogs?
We want, to furnish the FARMERS of
this community three car loads, or 150
head, at actual cost, and take your note
for them at one year.
These hogs will be purchased in the
Middle West by experienced buyers, thro
the Portland Union Stock Yards and sold
to you at actual cost and freight.
Oregon pays the Middle West five
million dollars annually for hogs. Why
not keep this money in Oregon. Better
still, keep part, of it in Crook County.
The local market will bo good, and
you can always sell them in Portland.
It's good business for you, for us and
Call or write for particulars. The
first applications received will be given
TSk F1KST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
TJ. C. COK Jt. A. SATUZR C. S. HUDSON
P. V. SMITU U. C. KLU3
CITY WILL FURNISH
Council Votes Sum of $.137.50 to Bo
Uicd fur This I'ut pose Sentiment
Against Setting Fire Limit at Tills
Time Several Ordinances Read
Hend's depot will be of stone.
The City Council last night made
this possible by instructing the re
corder to draw a warrant in favor
of the Heml Commercial Club for
$387.50 to be used in having 22Tj
porch of stone placed on the ground.
The railroad had already agreed to
erect a stone building if the mater
ial was furnished.
The vote of Mayor Coe was re
quired on the motion, made by
Councilman Alien and seconded by
Caldwell. Sellers voted aye and
Aune, Oneill and Kelly no, the
mayor voting yes.
The contract was awarded this
afternoon by the Commercial Club
committee to Dan Mcrrish to quarry
the rock for $1 a perch and to
George Lowell to haul it for 50c a
perch and work will start at once.
The handbill ordinance was read
the second time and passed by a
The Council accepted the offer of
H. J. Eggleston to place the chemi
cal wagon in his store.
The fire limit, amended d raying
and amended water and light fran
chise ordinances were read the
second time. It developed that
sentiment had changed on the
matter of increasing the draying
license fee and on setting a fire
limit, and both of these ordinances
will likely be tabled after next
reading. The suggestions made at
the last regular meeting for n few
minor changes in the water and
light ordinances required their read
ing again the first time.
Antone Aune was granted a dray
license to Oct. 1.
Hills amounting to over $1100
(Continued on lnt luge.)
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