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The bend bulletin
HEND, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. 1012.
FOR THREE DAYS
! CELEBRATION NEXT
WEEK A HUMMER
score cm (In for both gamim, Uy
next Monthly thu nmusoinciit com
mitter Iiopvn to havo many mitrle lo
alt ovoiiih, K'nlrle should bo mudii
(o H. It. I'oht, or nny othor inomhur
of the various cum ml fees.
NlttV llOOMINU IIOUHi: TO OI'UNi
Tlio roomlug houso Just complotod
by J. J. klelu on Front street, Which
lim boon leased y W. II, llmitley
nnd I), V Wilson, will ho opened
July 1, says Mr, Ilonlli-y. It will ho
called tlio Altaiuont Hotel.
PURSE FOR 4TH WILD WEST SHOW
REACHES $828, HERE ON SIXTH
IiuIIimih Aicrnlmi, High Wire Art
Htrrrt Carnival, lull (lames, 1'lre-
uorks, I'lny. Knurr, Athletic
mid Other llrowlnu Cunt.
MAUDE VtNOEVERT AND
CHESTER CATLOW MARRIED
COLLECTORS HAVE HAD
Whllo flrirtl arrangements, of the
program have not been entirely com
pleted ns )t)t, n general outline can
ha given of tlio fuiMunklng eventa
that will maku llend a four days cclc-
' bratlon the biggest thing of the
kind ever nulled off In Control Orc
fon. The hall starts rolllriK on Wed
nesday nlKht, the 3d. A play and
dance are scheduled at l.lmtcr'a
Hall, the former iMng staged hy lo
cal talent, and the combination being
presented for the benefit of tlio li
brary and the Commercial Club,
The (lend Orchestra will furnlih the
music, and n fine danro li expected.
Wednesday evening tho Frank Mil
ler Amusement Company' street car
nival, with Ita aeven Mr shows, also
opens up, and contlnuea In operation
for tttree daya. Balloon ascensions
every morning, with parachute
Jump, hluli wire itunta, etc., are
among tho free acta that will bo giv
en In the open air every day for the
enjoyment of all.
I'srade, to lie n Feature.
On tho morning of the Fourth,
there wll bo a parade, composod of
the llend Hand, n tiand from the
how company, children, fraternal
orders, ladles riding, decorated floata,
decorated autoa, farm wagoua and
none. There will be exhibitions of
agricultural product, for which, It
Daughter of Drrhutc Country I'fo
neer Wedded Yesterday nt llcr
Homo on Mitlo llltrr.
Yesterday at noon occurred hA
wedding of MIm Muudo VandflVort
apd Cheater Callow, at tho W. P.
Vandovort homo on I.ttllo rlvor, aoino
26 mlfea aouth of (lend.
Ituv. II. O. Perry of tho Mothodtsl
church performed tho curomony.
Mlttla Vandctert. oldeat alitcr of the
bride, wn maid of honor, whllo
Misses lone and Viola Flshei. Ivn
Went nnd Orace Vandovort acted a
brldeamalda. The majld of honor,
wore pink and the brldotmnlds blue.
Will Vnndovert waa ltest man. lie
fore the coremouy Mia Marlon Wlest
a'uc, accompanied by MIm Kva
Graves, who alto played the wedding
inarch, that from "Mldaummer
After tha wedding a luncheon waa
served to tho many guests who had
cotno from llond and from all parts
of the county, Tho houso waa prot
tlly decorated with msntanlta. wil
low and yellow pond-llllee, In the
afternoon Mr. and Mra. Callow loft
for tho bride's dcaert claim near
Hummer Lake, Mr. Callow Is wall
known In llend, being a daughter Of
W. P. Vandevert, a pioneer of this
country, Mr, Callow Is a grnduatu
of Willamette L'nherslty.
Already Most of Cauli In Kleclrlc
Current ntnl fcitior nt Cost Con
trlbutrtl by Tlin Itrnd Com-
KIT CARSON PERFORM
Thnnks to tho bard work ilnne Ii
Clyde McKay und John Klklns, of tho
fin mi co commltteo, and thu goneroklty
of tho llend people who want to ace
tho town havo a One celebrntlon,
IflzS has been subscribed for the
Fourth of July fund, nnd iirsctlent.
ly all of this has boon collected,
with the execution of a couido bun.
Ilealdea their cash contribution,
Tho llend Company Is giving free
electric current nnd contributes the
labor nt cost for tho erection nnd tho
Installation of tho lighting.
Holow Is given a comulotn correct.
ed list of thuao who nave contrib
First National Hank 126.00
Patterson Drug Co 10.00
A. M. Lara & Co. . t 1C.00
llend Ilulletln 16.00
C. II. Corkett 10.00
A. U Pronch 10.00
Counly IMitu Hilled For Another
Bend Attraction That Will Ilrnw
Croud, In' Addition in tlio
Dig Proxruin Arranged.
oi.no to colli:oi: thih fall.
Kvery member of tho clam which
was graduated from tlw. itr.ml nit.
Hchool thin year expects to enter col
lego this fell. Fred Lucas and John
Bather will go to tho Oregon Agri
cultural CollCKO at Corvallla. Ifnrtra.
ret Wicit to tho University of Cali
fornia at llerkcley, Emily Bchreder
to the University of Oregon nt Eu
gene nnd Laurence Smith probably
to Harvard University,
UIDLM MAN SHOOTS AT
DITCH COMPANY MANAGER
John Ilansclberg, after Hating: Trou
ble Over Water, Fire on John Wi
mer, Ilullet Piercing Hat.
BIG ISSUE OUT
More fun for IJondi
Kit Canon's Duffnlo Ranch Wild
West Show will bo here on tho after
noon and night of Saturday, July C.
I he idvertlslug car of the company
arrived lam night, and today Its crew
Is putting up bills all over tho coun
try. With the car came 17 men.
Tho show arrlvea Friday night, the
urn, wun jg cars, There will rough
riding, by men and women, Indians,
animal acta, a menaicerle of trained
animals and all the usual attractlona
of a big wild west show, with aid
ahows, etc. fleforc the first perform
ance thero will bs a mile-long parade.
i ne performance will ho iiven lu
beyond tho city limits In Center ad
dition, probably clonic Qreenwand
avenue Just east of the short liitl nt
CHANGE IN RURAL ROUTE
About 20 More Families Kmm
Town Will be Kertrtl.
The PoslofTlco DcDsrtment has
dABA&al AlaHfc. ! Atk a.1 .
ni iv.uiiuii iuutiui.li., iur which, 11 umoira h wiibiiko in mu rural im
Is understood, merchants will offer delivery mate from llend whereby
prliea. about SO more families will ho serv-
iiio auernonn 01 ne rourxn win cu
. . . .
be taken up wfth the baseball game
with Metollus and tho atreet carni
val shows, Tho band will play at
esietsill ilttt 4tllsis tits ! A$itm
supper the big fireworks display will
A..,.., IllHt MMM, tt ,tlM .l.. U.I.MW.K
WVVM,, 4M w. w. ,,v ,.,v, uv,v
It can bo comfortably seen liv laro
crowds from the east bank; and after
that tho big dance Is schoduled In
ILtniter's Hall, with music and re
freshments. Thursday thero will be athletic
contests, serious and comic, for both
young and old, thin and fat. A fea
ture that Is expected to make a lot
of fun Is a tug of war. Team nnd
slnglo horse pulling contests, horu
canoo racing, log rolling aud
a races, canoo racing, log rolling audw"ien no
other siwrts are scheduled, all wlthM0"' ur
i cash nrlies. I
The chance bt effectlva July 1.
From the southeast corner of sec
tion 30-17-13 the route will bo ex
tended east to tho southeast rornor
of section 33-17-1.1, thonco north one
sectlotif theuco west over tho presont
routs to tho Miutlinait corner nf mot.
Hon 2S, thoncf north 1 mile and oast
14 miles to Intersect with the pres
The eople In tho neighborhood of
the Davenport-Rtantey ranch havo
atated that they will put up boxes on
the route after the chaugo. Only
one family nuw turved will be af
fected adversely by the re-ruutlnav
this being Cole K. Bmtth's. Ho will
have to go a half mile for his mall,
whteh ho has boon gvttlug at his
Chaa. I). Howo
Mannhelmer Merc, Co. . .
Skuse Hardware Co,
J N Hunter
ti tir t...t,
i . riuiinnr ..........
J. F. Taggart A Co.
W. II. Blaats
Mrs. Nellie Wright
llend Ileally Co
II. 'P. Maulon
DAM f tl..kl ,KH. ,
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A. M. Prlnglo
Imih. JL r.l.l
ItllVB n WaTIUaHIIl aa......
Orocon Land & I mm I if. Co.. .
K. O. Minor ....
.'. i-. ciuer . . . .
Mrs. B. Mcintosh
PAPER ADVERTISES BEND
'June Number- of ".Vurttiwrvt sn'"
Derotrd to Description nf Town.
Tho "North wwt News." n neas
IiaDer DUbllshed manthlv liv ih.
3 0J Northwest Townslto Company, which
e e e e
These events, with tho street car
nival shows, tho balloon ascension,
etc, will go over through Saturday,
without letup, and on the afternoon
n baseball gamo with Itedmond comes
On tho morning of tho Fourth a
complete program will be ready, and
will bo distributed, as will banchall
MOItU tki.kpho.m: LINKS.
Tho local .forestry people are
stringing much telephuno wire In the
Deschutes reserve this year, nuw hav
ing 38 miles conktructed. Fifteen
miles has been' built this spring and
summer, and within the next week
lour more miles will be finished.
Howard dtudlo 10.00
II. C. Kills 2.00
Mrs. II. D. Drown C00
11. M. & W. Co 2 so
llend Steam Laundry coo
C. 8. Werner 1.00
II. D. Mutxlg 2.00
Holmes ft Hmlth 20 00
Deschutes Hanking ft Trust Co. COO
Dream Thcatw 20.00
DIP YOU VER?
DIJ you over atop to think that your wife mltrht
Kot sick? That thoro'd be a hired trtrl in tho kitchen?
That thoro'd bo doctor's bills to pay? That tho rent
might come due? That you might havo to meet tho
last Installment on your furnlturo? That you might
break a leg? That taxes ttro certain as death? JJint
all these things rcqulro ready money? That Buch
events havo bofallcn othors? That they might happen
to you? Moral: PREPARE FOK IT, by plnchlnic
out a Httlo now beforo It happens, There Is nothing
so handy as a bank account when you aro In trouble.
Q. H. Hope
L. A. !.acasso
ii. u anno ...... ........
J. W. Klklna
Club ffo . . ,
i. ii, jiascr
J. II. Corbett
nas extensive realty1 lntnrrk hr
devotes Its June issue to llend. On
tho frontpage Is a big picture of J J.
Hill soeaklnic here on Itallmmt nr
and In addition there are nine other
views, all of llend development.
Oend-off, and a lot of valuable pub
licity, as It Is, circulated among t very
largo and select list of iwnAni intnr.
ested In the Northwest, chiefly as In
vestors Tho paper contains an ex
tenilvo artlclo by Q. P. Putnam, en.
fl,l.t ,llnn.t Of... .. n.... .
"" i.uHu, n ,hj Ul UCSUD), in
which the town's crawth lnr tha
arrival of the railroad la described.
(Continued on last page)
TAFT AND SHERMAN CHOSEN
Itooftevelt aiarxes Fraud and Will
Vonn New rarty.
The Republican natlnnal rnnvan.
tlon In Chicago, after n bitter fight.
noininateu Tatt for Pretirn .,)
Hhcrman for Vle PrMhUni in..
of tho Itoosovelt delecates sat atlnnr
refusing to vote, In this way express
ing disapproval of the steam roller
methods of tho credentials commit
tee, which refused to seat man' dele
gates for Itoosevelt, Tho Colonel
charges fraud, to rob him of the nomi
nation and will form a new n.trtv am
becomo Its head.
Tho Democrats ore holding their
convention In Baltimore this wtk.
A abootlng which narnwlr ecrnnori
serious consequences occurred near
Laldlaw Thursday, when John if
sol berg fired a shot which pierced
John Wlmer's hat. Ah a result. Has-
seiuerg has been bound over to the
grand Jury, under 1 1000 hand.
Tho trouble grew out of a quarrel
concerning Irrigation matter, ac
cording to Deputy Sheriff L. I.. Fox.,
Mr. Wlmcr. who la In charrn nf ih
Columbia Southern Company's Irri
gation works, hal previously had a
fracas with Hasselberr. who had nr.i
dered Wlmor never to set foot on his
land, last Wednesdnv.lt nr.n.-.r.
a break occurred In a ditch on the
Hasselbcrg place, from which water
Hooded out Into a nearby rond. WI-
raer phoned Sheriff Balfour, asking
whether he had better disregard n-
sclbcrg'a warning and fix tho ditch.
Ualfour told him to co ahead niwt ,tn
So. whllo Hastelberc was a!,n
Wlmer went on the place and fixed
the broken ditch. The next morning
Wlmer and Mr. Nichols were riding
past the Hasselber nlare when lt
owner stepped out and halted them.
After hot words with Wlmer, Hassel
berg ordered Nichols to clear out. It
Is ssld. Then hs atcnnd lu.hln.1 '
tree and rot a rlfl aeertjt ih.m
Wlmcr. foreseen? IrnuiiTii. io
on his horse and gavo him tho epurs,
whereat Hasselbcrg took a snap shot
at him, the bullet piercing the fugi
tive's hat, according to the complaint
mode tiy Wlmer.
Wlmer SWota Out n warrant lufnn.
Justice Thorp of Laldlaw and Deputy
Fox was summoned from llend. In
the meantime Hasolberg had been
hero getting legal advice, and finally
was arrested at his own nlaen ut.
tn the ovenlnr. -when FVir Ami non
stable Lucas found him hiding In the
uraoer behind bis house, says For.
Ho - was brourht to llend (MHir
but waa later released on bond.
PACJES IN DEVELOP
Paper Ho One Hundred Illustra
tions Hpcclnl Itargaln I'rice For
New HubMrlbers For Tlirro
Days of the Celebration.
CONCERT THURSDAr NIGHT
Williams Slaters Will Giro Inten
sive Program at UaptUt Church
Below Is Klren the nrnrram n .
concert that will be given tomorrow
(Thursday) evening at 8 a'clock at
the Dantlsl church hr thn wininm.
1. Trio "Kentucky Bale."
2. Solo "lledonlan Love Song."
3. Tleadlng "Old Ace."
i. Trio "8teal Away."
6. Solo "Jest A-Wearyln for You."
6. "First Settler'a Story."
7. Trio "Po'lTI Lamb."
8. Solo "Sunbeams."
9. Duet "Sing Me to 81eep."
10. Trio "Little Ornhan Annt."
11. Reading "Hlehah Culfah in
12. Tr'o "Anchored."
The rcgtilar Issue of The Bulletin
for next Wednesday wilt be delayed
until tho following morning, July 4,
wnen all auhscrlbers will receive their
copies through the no. torn .
usual. Only Instead nf ih .m-i
12 page paper, thev will ri At n...
The Bulletin's first Development
The big lssuo Is dovoted to telling
what Bend and Central Oregon
have done and can do. There aro
"wrlteups" concerning nil rwin.
of the Deschutes country. A lot of
surprising figures havo been tabulat
ed showlnr tha Ineal rmvrr.ll n.i
building, etc All organlzatlona aro
described. There aro between 00
and 100 cuta, all of Central Oreetm
The paper sells for 10 cents a copy,
wrapped ready for mailing If desired.
It weighs over half a pound, aud tho
postage is 3 cents. It will I on salo
at Tbo Bulletin offlce and by news
boys on the streets. dnHnir tha thru
days celebration. To get the paper
before more Crook rnini tuwnt
pf. .. . . . ..j....
i no uoueiin is making a special of
fer for the three days. On tho tb,
6th and Cth, now subscribers can
get the paper or one year for $1,
Instead of SI. SO. the nannl n.
The one dollar also Includes the big
edition. This barcaln nerlnd will
last for only tho three daya and will
not be made again for one year.
The Bulletin will havo far !
silk badgeu for Bend people, with
"Bend, July , 1912." printed on
them, and other badrea nt itlirn
colors for visitors from various sec
tlons and towns, with "I'm from Red
mond" and the like printed on them.
There will also be souvenir hat bands
for tho occasion.
CKUtSLVa PARTY RKTURXS.
The nartr of ten men nf the itnttnrf
States forestry service who, have been
cruising timber In the Bisters coun
try for six or Seven weeks baa finish.
ed the work undertaken apd' return
ed to Bend Friday. Three town
ships west of Sisters were cruised.
The men hare now scattered to var
ious other forests In the Northwest
to do similar work.
LIBRARY IIKXKF1T SUCCESSFUL.
Tho benefit performance at tho
Star Theatre Thursday night proved
the finest kind Of a aueeeea. ThA
house was packed to capacity at both
snows, the reels were excellent and
the special music. In which Misses
Blsck. Graves and West and afra.
Fish figured, waa highly appreciated.
The Library Club'a share at tha pro
ceeds amounted to.J19.26.
T5 First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
. .'N 7, WVU
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend. Oregon
"Conservative Bnk!iif for CoMrvtiv ftople."
L. B. DAIttD, (President) J. W, MAST8RS, (Vice President)
V. O. MINOR, (Secretary)
I,. B, BAIRD,- P. O. MINOR.rS. V. BAIRD,
If YouVe AH ForLawn
let us furnish you the lawn-mower and you
will have a good article that will last 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 buyjill your
hardware and tools here, where much money
can be easily saved.
Also Full Line of lu&brs' SuOies,
Sad., Doors, Glass, etc.
Dr. U. O. CO. P,..,M huo8on A-tATHgR. V... Pe...n,
OaplUI fully paid ... 838.
atokholUr' liability , ja!
Ourplui .... . (a.
N. P. Smitfc
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 a 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.
FLST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. COK . A. SATHftR C. 3, HODSON
O. M. FATTKRSON H. C. KLU3
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