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The bend bulletin.
BEND. OHLGON. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10, 1912.
0. P. PUTNAM ELECTED
Firework Ordinance Passed and
NumlHjr Hhow Turned Down
toiglutf r Hoon Hubmlt Hiijv
v plrnuntary Kcnrr Import,
At the mettlne of the Clfy douncil
lam night (. 1'. I'utnain wna elected
iiiiiyur, by a utiantinoua voto, aftor
' nomination by Councilman Wcuniidy.
No other candidate waa proK)ied
, at the iniMitliuf. Mr. rutnaiu la the
editor aid owner of Tin Mullttlti n'id
Imi been u llend resident for more
;i tliau thrco year. Tho (million of
mayor hua been vacant ilnco tho ros
Imiittlon of V. 0. Coo waa accepted
At tho closo of tho meeting, after
. tho regular huiltieM had been trail
' acted, the new mayor waa aworn In.
.No Firework In City,
i The firework ordinance, prepared
on petition of the business men of
t tho city, wai read the Drat and siroud
1 tlliira ntid passed, going Into effect
nt one it prohlblta tho aellliiK Or
the shooting of firework within the
On motion of Alien, tho council
voted to refute to Issue a 1 1 ten no to
a tliow which had applied for amo
I for rtiimla) July 7. because cllUeiu
,.JKtd to a Sunday pufonnanco.
Tin 'e vns ui.iniuinu-. Tin Mil-
ler Amusement Company wld l
rharKed no license fvo for showing
. here tho 3d to Glh under tho aus
pice of tho Commercial Cluii. the
regular Amount being collected but
Tho barb wire fence recently put
up around lot U and part of lottf. of
Mock 13, Item), wa declared a nui
sance by unanimous vote of tho
council, and the chief of police waa
Inatructed to have tho ownr of the
proiierty remove tho fence, or re
place it with a woven wire or board
Hldewalka were ordered built on
the north ido of lota 1, 3 and 3. of
block 14, llend.
Would Haw Tliooe Hcncltlrd Pay.
HtiKlneer Koon filed n report sup
plemeiitlnK hla orlelual report on tho
wcr )tcin. in tin no aiateo uiai
one of tho main recommended lor
Immediate coiiatriictlon can h dl-
i...nit wlih. If I lot eltr eo fit. eill-
tiiiK down the eot fnnn $79,00 to .
-!.... i"n iiitn IU ntaui . rmuiu.' i
mend that' the' eoit or tho lateral
l,o aaaeMied aifalnat tho pro"riy
which will be dlreell)' beneltte-i ther
by Thl col ho oatlHiate t 1 107
rir each f.o-foot lot, rvod. The
amount of the bond ltio would In
thl way bo reduced moiiio 1 10.000.
The city atlortiey wSi luatructud
to prtpare a deed convey lue to tho
city a rlht of way throunh tho llayn
property In l.ytlo for tho extenalon
l or Wall tn.'t. which Mr, llayn told
Councilman Hteldl In Portland re-
DID YOU EVER?
Did you over stop to think that your wifo might
Kot tick? That Uioro'd bo n hired Irl In tho kitchen?
That thoro'd bo doctor's bills to pay? Hint tho rent
mfcht como duo? That you mlftftt hnvo to moot tho
last Installment on your furnituro7 That you might
break a leg? That taxes aro certain as death? That
nil theso things require ready money?- That such
events have befallen others? That they might happen
to you? Moral; PREPARE FUIl IT, by pinching
out a llttlo now befovo It happens. There Is nothing
so hundy as a bank account when you are In trouble.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
CoBMrvctlvtt atatkiHS for CoMtcvatlva Paopte.'
I,, B. 11A1RD, (President) J. W. MA8TKR8, (Vice PrWnt)
P. O. MINOR, (Secretary)
L. B. BA1RD, V, O. MINOR, 8, V. BA1RD.
i? c ...'"; i. .?
contfy lio would mIkii.
I'hlvf or I'ollco H. 15. Unhurt re
ported for duty Mini wns lniitrurlid
to kii on the iluy mIi If t ii i(u I it iodny,
C. I) llipwn returning to night work
Aftor llift liinliillntnin of tlio new
mayor, tlicru wii mi Inforiunl tnlk
regarding tlio present apparent tun
lesstiess of tliu chemical tiro ciigluo.
It wua decided to (ilnco tlio upkeep
of it under tlio charge of tlio police
department, and Chief Itohort was
Instructed to get 't lib mi Kino In witli
lug order. A practical test will (i$
The council adjourned until Til
day, Juno 21, At 8:30 p. ni.
"BULLDOG OF THE WEST"
BETS GAY AT U PINE
Would bo "Dad Man" Use Hi Hbooti
, et X'icii Heal It Willi "liorrow
ed" Horse Outs Phone Mm.
A man giving hla namn aa Jim
fltsrr tried to start think at l.n Flue
last Thursday, whan lio turned loose
with a six (hooter and enjoyed him
if 1 1 In tho most approved "wild wist"
fashion. After Rotting tlio drinks nt
n saloon, ho boat lilr. board bill nt Ills
hotel, IlircaU'iilnit dire riln?troplir If
nnV nffnrl tt-ns tun rift In rfillirt name.
land IIipii aininiiirlnlnd a bursa and
,nmlo off incidentally cuttlnjc tlio
telephono line betwt-en Heud and l.n
I'ltie, to prevent Information kcUIiib
to the authorltlea hero.
The would le bad man calla lilin
aeir tho "llulldoR of tho Wet," and
on.' he flu. i ml iirnmlneiitl) at the
I'ondletoit Itoundui Tliu far no
trace of hint hn U-en found, but
Hherlff llalfour and Detnity Fox are
lookliiK for tho "bulldoK," with the
hope of puttliiK a miutlo on him
Officer Ar Hlertrl MitTilon of a
ttinrt'Ji I'rnbiilde Kimiii.
The copied) oritanUatlon of flin
local Pretbytortim cliuruh whs cf-
fectod Hunday by the ideotlon of el
der ciinalatliiK or U I). Wlet, C. H.
HotiH'ri ami C l. Kown. At n later
leaatuu Mr, Kowa waa chokeii rlerk.
A now loarl of trtiateva waa nlw
elected, nimprlaliiK I'. C. Coo, F. ().
Minor, I.. II. Mnlrd. J. II. Illttuer, a
8. 1 1 ii (Uo n and W. It Keller.
1'Uua aro well under way for the
erection of a permanent biilldlnir.
Mr Dr. I. I. (lorby. Homo $SOU0
already I available for thl work.
Thl Hunday Dr. (lorby will proach
nt Itrdniond, tnornlnt; and cvenltiK-
K. M. MHA IN IIIWCIHITI HANK.
V.. Morris iJira ha IkiiikIU an In
tent In the IKohute llankliiK &
Trut Company and liencoforth will
Im natively anixioliitod with It
aldltiK I- H- Itnlrd In Him bank'a mini-
Mr l-ia rftalna hi In
an J connitiluii with tho
CM Orevu linikMiH Cnnaii..
which ho an 1 W. II. Coble eutiduct.
WI..N.WIIV OI'K.SH I'HIID YAltH.
The Weituny l.lvery Jt Auto Com
Kin today atnrted tho ereotlun or n
feed yard, for farmer nitd filK'it
er, on the laud oppoallo the Fulled
warohoiihe. A largo ntovk or li.iy
unit and isruln will bo kept on hand.
One ol tho chief uaer or tho yard
will be tho frtlghter from Hum mid
tho Miiith country.
FOR 41 $817
DONATIONS HAVE BEEN
Plans For n Day of Fan 'Cuming
on Well and Program Will lie
llrttdy lo.Jlo Announced 'ejt- r
' ' Week Tlio Contributing.
Tbua far f 677 haa'been lubacribc
toward the three-day Fourth ofJuly
celebration. Uelow la Riven tho roll
Ily iiott week tho complete pro
Kratn will be ready for announce
ment, It I expected.
Kirat National Hank J2G.00
Patterson DruK Co 10.00
A. M. InraftCo 1&.U0
(lend llullelin 1C.U0
U. II. Curkett
A. I,. French 10.00
Chaa. I). Itowo
Ovorturf-DaVla-Mlller Co. ..
Manuhelmer Merc. Co. . ....
Kkuao Hardware Co.
J. y. Hunter
W. W. Faulkner
J. F. TaKKart t Co, . .
W. II. Ktuata
Mr. Nellie Wright 10.00
I'ote l.clirninn 1.00
Heud Iteolty Co (.00
Chill I'arlor 1.00
II. V. Manlon 1.00
Orexcn limtitineiit Co 10. 'to
m. a uttiu
. . . a
A. M. I'riiiKlo
U. A. Tlioraon
I ti tip & Davldaon
UroRon Land & Imnilx, Ce...
F. O. Minor '. .
N. I'. Welder ?.
Mr. 8. Mclntoih
Howard ritudlo ,,....
II. V. I. Ill .........
Mr. II. D. Ilrown
II. M. ft W. Co.
Ilend Hteain Laundry
. . . .
C. H. Werner
It. II. Mutxlc
Holme & Hmltli
Hector (llnRrn ,
U. It. Hope ... ,
U A. I.acaiao . ,
II. O'Kane 25.00
J. W Klkln
Hdd Nowman 10.00
Chili C-tn . . .
T. II. Ilakor . .
J II. Corlmtt
('. K. Nlchola .
W. C. Foter .
I'ulteil VntnhouM Co
W. II. Ilentlo)
W. H. Uiokwood
Cofit. Ore. Ico & Cold Htor-
ro Company 10.00
W. II. Crnwrard
llouieseckor' ljind Co
llend Maohlno Shop . .
i:. M. ThompNon
(Contluuod on lat papo)
If YouVe All ForLawn
' let us furnish you the liiwn-mower and you
will have u good article that will lust you
many years and give you perfect satisfaction.
Garden tools of all kinds are here in great
variety and at most reasonable prices. You
will find it to your advantage to buy all your
hardware and tools here, where much money
can be easily saved. (
AIo Full Llro of BuU4ers' Supplfe,
Ssk, Doors Glass, etc.
N. P. Smith'
BIG FROM BENDii
HALF MILLION POUNDS
Nearly 23,000 Bheep Will Come Here
Iky Hall, and !lo,77 Wllll'ass
Through llend on Way to
1 Kduiinrr Itangc In llcaerve. '
I Despite the fact that little effort
a been made to concentrate wool
Mend, because the matter waa token
up at a lato date, about half a mil
flon pounda will come here for ahlp
ment. Blnco Friday more than CO,
000 pounda have arrived from Silver
Ijike, and 12&.000 pounda la coming
from the Hill Ilrown ranches, toward
' Another 110,000 pounds or ao la
due to arrive from Silver Iake, and
considerable amounts aro expected
from other southern district, while
more I also scheduled to arrive from
the Hear Creek and Harney coun
tries, alt-tiouch exact fissure of thl
'IrtintumAnl nm n vnt .,,, l.itM
.v n .- MW nt,wn...
iouay iwo carioau or wool leave
for. Iloiton. On Monday, July 8, will
dceur the first wool sale In tho his
tory of llend. Tho date originally
set wa June 33, and the change Is
of ureal Importance, a It will al
flow large ijunntltle or wool to como
heie that could not have been reudy
by tho last or thai week.
Yesterday mornlni; 18 car of
sheep rjame in, and seral ship
memo more or the animal aro ex
pected during the week from railroad
points to tho north, between Madras
and the Deschutes canyon. Theso
sheep, which leave spring range In
the Shanlko and Antelope dlitrlctr4
will bo brought to Uend by train an
a'fter unloading here will proceed to
aumnier grating ground In tho Des
chutes and Cascade Forest Iteserves.
"Hlieep (Jo to Heserre.
According to statistic furnished
through tho courtesy of Huncrrltor
I Harvey of the Forest Service, 24,000
sheep will ho brought hero by rail,
and porhaps several thousand more.
In addition to these sheep which
will come to Hcnd another 12,475 are
scheduled to paca through town for
the reserves, making a minimum to
tal of 30,776 sheep that will trail
this way. Thero figures apply to
grown sheep, for whose grating In
tho forest reserve Application has
been made, and do not Include lamb
under six mouths. Hach owner pays
Ix cent a hottd for hi sheep, for the
fureat grazing permit until October
15. Usually In September the sheep
return from tho reserves. This year
specified driveways have boon laid
out by tho forestry people, each about
a half mllo wide, und staked out.
Tho bands nro driven to tho resorves
along these, and each has a corrall
where tho sheep are counted by a
forest ranger, before being admitted
to tho reserve.
NO miNd DEFINITE AT CHICAGO
( IIIOAfJO. Juno 10. 1 1 .M.
Tin' nioinliiK ImM brought forth no
definite ik (Ion In ilio Itnuibllcan
j national contention, moot of Uir iic-
Ivlty being directed to blocking toe
Us. Knelt aide claim tJctury and
Tuft noil llookeiclt nupportcr nrc
iioy calling fnrli oilier name. No
jtorJou disorder liax occurrol In the
convention a yet, but rlolinfc seem
probable. The largest iwllco forct
employed at ncu a leathering la on
hand. Hoot Is chairman, Iiavlnu
ben cIioen by a yotc of 1WJ8 to BOa.
Despite this apparent. Tft otrrl-
orlty In what was regarded aa some
what of tet vote, the lloosevelt
men are confldent. It teem cm
frail acceiited that If lloosevefC ctrf
not get wiiat lio want from this
conTrntlon- t,Iie nomination 4m wtM
leave tne ateam roller at the Collse
urn and set up n convention of Ills
WOULD FT THIS WAY
Oil Man Desire. Improvement of
Horn Itouto For Itg Klilpnient.
J. C. Turney, who loft Monday for
Hums, made an effort while here to
get something done toward tba Im
provement of a portion of tho Dend
Uurns road, which be says is In a bad
way, Tho piece particularly refer
red to covers some 1C miles in Crook
and Lake counties.
Mr. Turney Is Interested In the
development of gaa and oil proper
ties In the Hums country, and saya
ho now haa In Portland ready for
shipment to Hums 120,000 pounds
of machinery and supplies. It Is
hi deslro to bring this, and other
shipments, in by way of Dcnd, and
with this In view he wants the road
improvements no mentions rnauciino board, unless a more nnortinr
Another Improvement which all
seem to agree should Im undertaken
and can b made, very inexpensively.
Is that of sinking a couple of wells
at points along the road.
ROBS BLINDMNi JAILED
.Veus Hutch" Given Year In Jail by
Justice Lawrence Today.
On a cbargo of larceny Frank Vc-
Jar, aged 22, of Portuguese descent.
was sentenced to one year In the
county Jail at Prlnevllle by Justice
Lawrence this morning.
Vejar was convicted of stealing a
grip belonging to Lato Kangera. u
blind peddler, last night. It con
tained goods and money worth not
mora than $35.
Vejar has been new "bUtch" on
the train for about a month. Last
night ho slept with the blind man at
Zupan'a house, and this morning
when the peddler awoke about 4
o'clock he discovered his roommate
gone and bis baggage also missing.
Tho police were notified and Vejar
was arrested. He denied having ot-
er seen tho blind man, but the evi
dence against him was strong and ho
waa convlctod. He got the maxi
mum sentnee for the offense.
I.IIULVUV WILL 1IAVK IIKNKFIT.
Tomorrow! Thursday) evening will
ue Library Night at tho Star Theatre,
as the Ladles' Library Club Is to have
a benefit for that Institution. Spec
ial reels will bo shown, and thcrw
will bo other very interesting fea
tures on tho program. A larye at
tendance !s expected. Manager N'cw
man now has electric Inns Inttalled,
and has had tho space around tho
cnrtslu neUly cTecoratei.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
mm 1 1 b a mmmmmamtmm m
Or. U. O. COS Prldnt t A. BATHER. Vlc Prldnt
O. B. HUDSON, C.thl.r
CIUI fullr paid ... SIS. OOO
atockholdtr' liability S36.00O
Surplus .... . BO. OOO
Plant Your Money
In The First National Bank of Bend
and it will never fail. Cultivate it
faithfully and it will grow. You may
be sure that you can harvest it when
you want it.
There is great satisfaction in seeing
ones money crop grow, when safely
planted in n strong Bank. Don't
wait; even if your first seed is only a
dollar, get it planted here and add to
it as you can.
We gained over three hundred new
accounts in the last nine months.
TfttrUTNATKNAL BANK OF BJDND
TJ. C COX H. A. SATHRR C. S. HUDSON
(j-) O. M.
II JjjjSt jjjJV MFigSi aKtfVar&rVglJ
upc uiincnu nu
FIRST LADV DIRECTOR
TO HOLD OFPICE
Halpfi , rolndxtr and J. M. Lsr
renco Tie" For Clerkship la-1
, debtedne Cnt Down Daring j
. Ibo , Year Just Closed.
At a lightly attended annua
School meeting Monday afternoon.'
Mrs. C. 8. Hudson waa elected &
member of tho schot board, to serro
three yesrs, succeeding Clyde McKay,
who wa chosen the first of the yearv
to fill out the unexpired term of Mil-
lard Triplet!. Mr. McKay waa not a
Candida to for re-election.
Vote For Clerk I Tie.
For'the clerkship tho vote resulted
In a tie nine ballots each for Ilalph
I'olndexter anil J. M. Lawrence. Tho
Judges reported tho tie und let tho
matter rest there. It Is understood
tho law requires drawing of lot In'
ouch a case, and this probably wlll(
oe resortea to at tne next meeting or
method or deciding, tho matter ap-
rne&llt tft fhA nrfnrlr.'tlff V
Tho cntiro vote stood as follows:
For director Mrs. C 8. Hudson
18. Charle Uoyd 2, J. M. Lawrenco
2, W. H. Sellcra 1. K. M. Smith 1.
For clerk J. M. Lawrcnci 9,
nalph Polndexter 9, Marlon WlcpSf
Mr. Hudson 1, Charles Uoyd 2, Miss
West 1, Clyde McKay 1, John Hoyd
' Mrs. Hudson is the first woman di
rector who haa tcrved In tho Uend
The financial report of the dis
trict, as presented by tho retiring,
clerk, MUs Marion Wiest. showed &I
gain of 1C81 In tho school's lluan
clal status.The debt at tho close of
last year was $2843.09. while thla
year It Is but IU61.CS In outstand
ing warrants. The cash on band la
$42.79. In addition to this, of
course, should be Included the out
standing bonded IndcMeneas, which
amounts to $0500.
The report also nhowed that, tho
expenses of tho school next year, aa
estimated, will exceed those of the
past term, by about $3C7 a month,
while It Is possible that this Inorcaso
may be even greater, should; tho
growth of tbe town, and tho result
lug demand for oduoatlonal facili
ties. Increase more rapidly than now
anticipated. Tho monthly expense
this year averaged about $1151.44.
Thnt tor next year is estimated at
To meet this Increased expense
one offset will lie the enlarged tax
fro mthe district, which this year
Includes more than $100,000 ad-
(Contlnucd on page seven)
H. C. KUU3 iTEj
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