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The bend bulletin.
1IEND. OKKCON. WEDNESDAY. FEU. 21, 1912.
KNAI'l' HTII.fi MVKH. t
HIiowIiik ri'iunrknhlo vl-
lSQVlMlW POL'H I.V.
Inquiries about llond and
tho Central Oregon country
nro pouring In from all part
of tho country, In a greater
volume than ovor before.
Manager Sawhlll snys tho
number of letters received
this year Is three times as
great as in 1911, Indicating
that thero will bo a big in
flux of homescekors this
spring and summer.
tnllty mid rlliiKliiK l llfo
with Kri'iit tumidly, (Inorim
W. Kunpp itlll lives mid It
U now ImiIIovimI (lint ho him
n olinuco for recovery. At
times his puUo has boon
mi wonk un (o ho nlmnnt
Impflrcoptlhlo, hut ho ral
lies nml limy yet pull
CHAROES FROM PORT
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Irril In Itmutlril l'nr llllit "f W'iy
mill ItnlUuiy (IrmimU In Tlint
Ton H OiiiioUiirlluii May llo
Ktiwteil In Kfmrt Time.
Tim Orniit Trunk Htillwny linn
llluil for roooril with (liu totality clork
nt I'rlnovlllu iIvuiIh for rlnlit of wny
nml di'i'ot Kroiiiiiln In l.n I'lno, 80
Mile south of hero. Whun tint pur
olinmi wan iiimln U nut known hum.
Imt It In iwttiiiiiott Hint It was it ro
Tho rlitht of wny In n 100-foot
Mtrln ncrois Hi" north half ot thu
uorthweNt tiunrtcr nml the southwest
qiinrtor of tho northwest qtmrtor of
section H, township 32 louth, rnnitu
10 east. AIo u town lot and other
property wcru Included In the pur
chase, which wa inndo from tho l.n
1'lna Townslto Co.
ThU Requiring of property south
of hero Is tnkcu In llond ss nn Indl
cntlou thst tho railway will tKlu
romtructlon of tho lino south of hro
nt no very distant date.
GOOD SOCIAL MEETING
IMm. lltiiUon Knlrrtftln Library (lull
ni Women of Until.
Homo olulity-flvo or more women
if llond enjoyed tho hospitality of
Mrs. C. H. Hudson at her homo yes-
Iterdny afternoon. Tho occasion wu
lp, social and gct-acqualntcd ravel
ins of the ltdlct' Library Club. An
effort wnn mndo to Invito all tho
I women of tho town, and tho mult
waa tho tare Mlhorlmc.
Many of tho ladles present were
Inowconiers to llend, and to these It
proved to be a pleasant Kct-acqualn-
led mvetlnK. It la probablo that
:ther similar gnthcrlnss will bo hold
tinder tho auspices of tho club.
It was decided by tho ladles to
bold an apron and candy sale on Hal-
trday, March 2. far the benefit of
Jilto library. Hrery lady In town Is
for tho you iik women, they kvo an
In tho first half tho llluns had
thliiRs their own wny, but In the
second part of tho Kumo tho Whites
not busy mid rovo their opiKiuonts u
lively run for honors. Tim Whites
had tho ball In their possession for
tho creatcr part of tho ontlro came,
but failed to throw goal as success
fully ns tho lllurs. Tor tho latter,
Miss Mack was especially Rood.
Miss I'arry also mndo sovernl flue
throws from tliv field.
l'or tho White Miss Yoiiiik. al
though by no means nt her best.
scored tho k rent cut number of (miIhIs.
Htm had poor lurk shootliiK Koals
from tho fluid, but In throwing fouls
mndo a good record.
:ofoio tho Kame started and dur
Imt I no Intermission tho band enter
tained the spectator) with Its music.
There vss n full nttondnnct of the
hoys and they gnvo it pleasing pro
Tho referee and utnplro of the
name woro Darby and J. Hunter.
Tho lineup wan as follows:
Whites Center, Anno Market;
forwards, Nell Market, Anit'o Youiik;
guards, Ilcsslo Main, Kthel Holmes.
Illuea Center, Cornelia Wilton j
forwards, Hara Terry, Arrlo Jllack;
guards, (tartrudo Market, Iva West.
llotti llnllromU Will Tut Into HITect
Order of liilrrxlele (Jominerce
(.ViniiiilKkloti I'rom 'M to 1M
lVr (Vnt Cut to Item!.
rtffectlvo March 1, n lilg reduction
In freight rates from Portland to
llend will ro Into effect, as previous
ly nnuouiioed In Tho llulletln. Iloth
roads will cut tho present charges
from 20 to :r per cent. Ai;out
Corbott linn received tho schedulo,
The reduction was ordered by tho
Inloi-stato Commerce Commission
effective January 1, but tho roads
not a iKjstponomcnt. Tho cut will
mean a big saving to llend people.
The following are tho changes that
will bo mado;
First class, from 119 rent n
hundred to 101; second, front 101 to
80; third, from 83 to 70; fourth,
froa 71 to CO; fifth, from CO to 51;
A elsss, from CO to CI; II class,
from 48 to 41; C class, from 38 to
31; D class, from 30 to 20; K olass,
from 24 to 20.
I'llmnilr urn April 10, Hut An
noiiiirrnicntN nro firing Mmle In
Itnpld Order County Con
tent Mny bo Lively.
PLAY WITH PRINEVILLE
nvlted to give an apron and candy
ml to help maka this a most succ
essful nffalr. Announcement of
ho place where tho solo will bo held
III bo mado next woek.
BLUES WIN GAME
lg Crontt Keen Youiik Women I'lny
A largo crowd of enthusiastic
asket ball fnus saw thu Utiles defeat
) Whites Friday evenliig by a
ore of 14 to 10. Although It was
le first public game of the season
County Publication Credits llend
With Hating only Three Teacher
County Superintendent Ford has
Just Issued a pamphlet containing a
school directory of the county for the
year 1811-12. It shows that llond
not only leads In tho number of
school children, 383, but also In
property valuation. Tho total as
given for this district Is $717,371.
Tho grand total for tho county Is
shown to bo I9.1C1.722.
Tho pamphlet was probably In
tended to show tho names of direc
tors or each district, and also of all
tho tcachors. Hut If tho Information
for tho other districts Is as Incorrect
ns It Is for tho llond district
money spent for thepubllcatlon could
havo been used to better advantage
For llend district No. 12 only threo
teachers, besides tho principal, get
the honor of having their names
prlntod. These nro Misses Holmes,
Hldnor and Vandevert. Tho names
ot Mr. Random, Miss Trautiier. Miss
Young, Miss llorden and Miss Mnrkel
or tho city school. Miss Ida Young or
tho Young school and Mrs. (llonn II.
Hlack or tho Arnold school nro
In tho list or directors Clydo M.
McKay Is put down as chairman, In
stead or H. J. Ovorturf.
flasket Hall Contest Here Friday
and Saturday Nights.
llend' old time rival In athletics,
Prlnovlllo, will send a basket ball
aggregation ovor Friday to play the
town toara on Friday and Saturday
evenings. Iloth fives will do their
best to carry off tho honors, Insuring
two hotly contested and Interesting
On 'Saturday evening a number of
tho stores will close up for the con
test, after which there will bv a
Tho lineup or tho locals will prob
ably bo ns follows:
Center, Bteldl; forwards. Saw
brldgo and C. Springer; guards, J.
Hunter and Margrave; substitutes,
John Sather and N. Springer.
The band, whoso music added so
much to the gamo last wcok, will bo
on hand again Friday night to play.
The reorganized aggregation Is get
ting along well and making a credit
able showing. Next Sunday a pub
lic conceft will ho given.
Tho llond postal savings bank was
opened this mornlug, a week earlier
than was first announced.
Oh, You Kid!
"I can't ace why It Is," said n young man,
"thnt they always call mo 'kid' while John
Blank la alwaya referred to aa Mr. Blank.
Ho'a no older than I am." "Tho rcaaon U
slmplo," said a friend, "Mr. Blank has a bank
account Ho thereforo associates wltli business
men, and talks, acts and thinks like a business
man. His business associations havo brought
him out of tho 'kid' class, You aro always
known by your associates. You can't associate
with business men unless you hnvo n bank
account and join tho 'Air.' class."
TO.MOItUOW IS I.KOAIj 1IOMHAY.
Helng Washington's Illrthday, to
morrow Is a legal holiday In tho state
and United States, and will be ob
served In llend. Tho banks will bo
closed and tho nostofflce oxcept from
1 to 2 p. m. when tho general deliv
ery window will bo open. There
will bo no school.
Although tho nominating primar
ies aro nearly two months off. the
political situation In Crook county Is
nl remix assumliiK a warm nspoot, and
candidates are making their an
Deputy Sheriff John Kdwrds has
resigned his iwsltlon to become
candldnto against his chlof, Sheriff
T. N. Ilatfour. tor tho Democratic
nomination. Kdwnrdn was a candi
date against llalfour two years ago,
but slnco that tlmo has been chief
deputy In tho office. Former Sheriff
Frank Klklns will probably try for
tho Republican nomination. He was
Iroaten by llalfour two years ago by a
small majority. John McTaggart of
Madras and C D. Jlrown of llend will
seek the Republican nomination.
Mr. llrown announces his candidacy
In this week's llulletln. Ho Is night
police officer of this city and has
served as deputy sheriff for a number
of years In Wasco and Crook coun
Charles O. Pollard and Attorney
M. K. Drink or Prineville probably
will attempt to wrest the Republican
nomination for county judgo from H.
C. Kills of llend, the Incumbent.
County Commissioner James Illce
wilt not be a candldnto for rcnoml
nation. Willis W. Drawn or Hay
Creek has announced his candidacy
for this office.
Kay I Hrowator, city engineer of
Prlnovlllo. will contest the Republi
can nomination with Fred S. Dice,
tho Incumbent, (or county surveyor.
John D. Ia Follette, Democrat and
Incumbent, has signified his Inten
tion to retire as county assessor. He
has hold tho office for 10 years.
Lewis Wyldo or Prlnovlllo and Wil
liam Van Allen or Redmond will seek
tho Republican nomination for the
Warren Drown, Democrat, will
probably havo no opposition to a
fourth term as county clerk.
It. A. Ford will seek tho ronoinlna
tlon for county school superintendent
and Principal Myers or the Priue
vlllo city schools will also enter the
contest for tho place.
No announcement of a candidacy
for county treasurer has yet been
mado. and R. U Jordan. Republican,
will probably bo a candidate to suc
Vernon A. Forbes, Republican,
city atturnoy of Dcnd, and Wesley O.
Smith or Klamath Falls have an
nounced their candidacy for Repre
sentative from this district. Dr. 11.
P. Helknap, who tins represented
this district In tho Legislature for
tho past two terms, is qulta ill, and
probably will not bo a candidate
Former Representative W. Lair
Thompson, of Lakovlew, Republican,
has announced his candidacy for
Stato Senator from this district F.
J. Young of Paisley, Democrat, la
also out for tho office. His an
nouncement Is prlntod In today's
For district attorney W. A. Hell
and Carlton L. Pepper, both of The
Dalles, are seeking tho Republican
nomination. No Domocrat has yet
COMKH TO IIKXIJ TO I.1VK.
J. P. Kcycs. who has been connect
ed with tho Scanlon, Ulpson and
I) rook a Interests for many years,
arrived In Dcnd last week and will
make his home hero. He will be
associated with Tho Dccnd Co, He
la a brother-in-law of Dr. D. F.
Drooks, president or tho company.
Mr. Keyes has rented tho Kcdflcld
residence and will bo Joined shortly
by his wife and threo children, who
are visiting relatives In Seattle. Mr.
Keyes Is thoroughly acquainted with
the timber business, having been In
obarge or plants In various parts or
tho country. He waa In charge or
the construction or tho paper mill at
Powell River. U. C erected br the
same men who aro Interested In The
Two Men Hero During Pnt Week
Dltcux the Hltuatlon With City
Council, and Anotlirr i Kx-
Iectetl From Chicago.
BUYS OS ACRES OF LAND.
D. E. Hunter of Dayton, Ohio, haa
bought from The Bend Co. C6 acres
or land lying across the Deschutes
river from tho power plant. It Is
In section 32, township 17 south,
range 12 cast, situated in the south
west and southeast quarters of tho
northwest quarter or tho section.
The property lies along the rlvcr
front north or the road. It is
suitable for both manufacturing and
residence purposes. Tho price peJd
hss not been announced.
TOMORROW "COLONIST DAY."
In a proclamation Issued by Gov
ernor West tomorrow Is set as
"colonist day." At this time be
urges that Orcgonlans write to their
friends and relatives In the east,
telling or the opportunities or Ore
gon. In his proclamation the gover
nor omphaslxes the fact that this
state needs Investors to build up and
develop Its resources. Oregon is wait
ing tor them, ho says, and will af
ford abundant opportunity In every
line of endeavor.
KIWI TO SHOW HOY SCOUTS.
One or the reels at tho 8tar Thea
ter tomorrow evening will be a
picture or wig-wagging by Boy
Scouts. Tho film shows the scouts
rescuing a lad from drowning. A
quartet consisting of C. H. Hunter,
lead; J. Scott, baas; L. A. Jackson,
baritone, and Prince Stoats, tenor,
win sing a popular song. There will
be more than two ahows to accommo
date the crowds If necessary.
Tho citizens or Hend will soon ha
able to know what tho approxlmato
cost or a sower system for tho town
will be. During tho past week two
engineers have been hero and looked
over tho field, and another Is expec
ted tomorrow from Chicago.
A. C. Reese, representing 1,. C.
Kclsey of Portland, mado an Inspec
tion of the city last Thursday and at
a special meeting or tho City Coun
cil that afternoon submitted a prop
osition to the cltr. John Reed, n
member of the firm of W. F. Turner
k. Co, or Portland, was here yester
day and mado a trip over tho city.
Ho met with tho council In the after
noon and discussed the situation and
will submit an estimate or what tho
engineering work will cost.
An expert from Chicago, J. D.
Coons, Js also expected here tomor
row for the purpose of looking over
the field with a view to submitting
Dy consulting with these experts
and by getting their propositions,
tho City Council will be ablo to ar
rive at something tangible, and can
let the peoplo know what tho approx
imate cost of a sewer system, which
Is already needed, will bo.
LEAP YEAR PARTY
Girl and Hoy of the Younger Set
IlAte Kujojable Affair.
The girls nnd boys of the younger
set had a Jolly tlmo Saturday 'even
ing at the Leap Year party given at
the K. P. Hall. Some 35 or 40 woro
Tho oventng was spent In playing
games and dancing. The Leap
Year idea was carried out. and ono
or the features of tho evening called,
for proposals by the girls.
Refreshments or frnppe and
wafers were served. Tho ebapor-
onea were Mrs. A. C. Everson, Mrs.
U. J. Murphy. Mrs. H. C. Capthorno
and Miss Marlon Wlest
NEW OROCERY STORI
L. II. Mlsener, formerly or Ho-
qulam, Wash., opened a cash grocery
store In the Eversou building, on
Greenwood avenue, Saturday. Mr.
Mlsener and family aro delighted
with tho climate here. It was too
rainy for thorn on Grays Harbor.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
L. B. UA1P.D, (President) J. W. MASTRU8, (Vice Preildeut)
V, O. MINOR, (Secretary)
I,. B. BAIRD, V. O. MINOR, 3. V. BAIRD,
That Ax of George's
Celebrated in Cherry Tree literature was prob
ably not bought in our store, to be strictly truth
ful and yet its fame in history would almost lead
one to suppose that it was. Anyway we have
everything of the best quality, from cherry-tree
splitting axes to garden tools, and even kitchen
hardware. We can always pride ourselves upon
the durable quality ot the articles we sell.
Also Full Line of Buikters Supplies,
Sash, Doors, Glass, etc.
N. P. Smith
lEe First National Bank
OF 1END, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. OOC. Pr.ld.nt I. A. BATHS R. Vlc Pr.ld.nt
O.8. HU08ON. 0thUr
CsplUI fully ptld ... SaS.000
Stockholders liability S3S.OOO
IF YOU WERE TO HEAR
that your home had been destroyed by fire or
sacked by burglars, what would your loss be
in the way of direct cash? Hidden money is
an incentive, a stimulus, to robbery. Count
less newspaper stories tell of life-savings lost
You work too hard tor what you earn, to
Your money will always be ntjyour
fingertips when you want it, in this bank
and all risk of loss will be eliminated.
YE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
SMALL ACCOUNTS WILL RECEIVE OUR CORDIAL ATTENTION
IS FI&ST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
O. C. COK R. A. SATHER C. S. HUDSON
O, M. FATTKRSON II. C. KU.IS