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The bend bulletin.
IIKND. OKFGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1012.
UDIES OF TOWN
(III pllll'tl MOVItl'lll llOIII llOflin.
Tim county onronnr wiim imtlllml
hut dlil not ilcem It uucmuuiiy foi
lilm to iiiiiiii to hold mi liMliii'Ml TIiIh
wim condiit'tml Monday tifjoinooii !
.Iiutlri) or tlin I'encit I), A. IIowiiiiiii.
interment won iiiiulu In tli uuiiiutvry
n our town.
PLAY, "SAMPLE SALE"
AND DANCE DUE
Ij.lbrnry Club lo Conduct Vlgorou
.'uiiiinlKH For Institution During
July and August Halo Will
He Homrtlilng Unique.
That thn Ladle' Library Club It
embarking tion an active iiunmer la
apparent from Ilia many lnua It Is
making. At leat tbreo Important
eventa am to bo "pulled off" by tho
women In tlui vary near future.
The play which waa tn hava boon
Riven on thn night of July 3, and was
abandoned becauio or tho flro, will
Ik) presented probably during tho
last week lit July, with n danco fol
lowing, llecauso of tho delay, n
mom carefully prepared performance
will be offered, perhap by the addi
tion of some vnudevlltu acta, The
Indie particularly dealro that holder
of tlcketa uuderataiid that thvy are
Kood for the performance, and ahould
A btK "aampln aato" la scheduled
i(o tnko placo within ten day. The
exact dato will be atinounred next
week Already tho Indie have
either received or leoii promised
several hundred dollars worth of
'ample from houses all over the
country The article that will bo
old Include a diversified thing aa
(Vaokurs, Rrao Juice, breakfast foods,
cloth materials, etc. A booth that
Ylll particularly Interest (lend women
Is being stocked throiiRh the courtesy
mt a noted Kan r'raucUco Chinese and
Japanese lintorl huuse, every kind of
fancy Japanese article will bo sold,
,anglng from fans to klmouas.
The annual flower show will occur
Sn August, tho exact data to be an
munced later Thla yonr an even
letter and bigger display of locally
crown posies Is expected than was
seen last AuRiist. In addition to tho
cut Dower, there will bo a special ef
fort to ftel a la;'.n exhibit of Mtted
planta. Many ch theso will bu on
SEWER SYSTEM DATA
Miipn of l'nipMirl Hysleni on View nl
Hoveral map sIiuwIuk tint location
of tho proosed sewer system for
whoso bond Issue on election I to be
held Haturday, havo been placed on
vlow about town, with so mo data ex
planatory of the work to be undertak
en. A rour.li ayuopsl of the expendi
tures Involved show that the esti
mated $74,000 will be spent about aa
follow: Matrlal. shipped In, 120.
000; materials, llond product, $4U00;
labor, 138,000; eiiRlneerluR, odver-
tlslug and lucldeiitali, $C000; con
tractor' protlt, $7000. Any surplus
from the proponed bond Issuo of $00,-
000 and amount raised by special as
sessment will become it part of a
"sewer fund" and will bo used only
for futuro extension and maintenance
of tho system.
Comment by Exchanges and
Others on Special Edition
A Hood I'nprr.
Last week Tho Ilend llulletln Rot
out an Issuo of 44 page containing
meny Illustration of place and
Scenes In that city and vicinity, and
a largo amount of dencrlptlva read
ing matter. The paper was a credit
to Ilend nnd to tho publisher.
"A Credit to Any City.
The Fourth of July edition of Tho
Ilend llulletln I worthy of mora than
fuiorublo comtjicnl and would be
Irv'dlt to niy city of many time the
population of Ilend. The gathering
of news Item and data In a compara
tively new country for n 44-page edl
tl'u require much lime and expense
SISTERS MAN A SUICIDE
Miller Mason, OeMttident Over III
Health, llniig lllmself.
8I8THHH, July 10. Driven to do.
Iteration by III health, It I believed,
Miller Mason or Ulster hanged hlm
(olf hero Hundny evening. Ho was
tbnut 46 year old and leave wife,
ind two stepchildren.
1 Mason had a number of time made
threats of self-destruction. Holiday
svonlng, while hla wife waa ot the
Motel Bisters where aho worked, lie
took a common rope and coins to u
too near hi homo hero hanged him
telf. He loft a nolo to hi wife, and
archer found tjio lifeless body
tbout 9:30 o'clock. Death had tak-
MILLION TROUT FOil LAKES
I'Mtillun nnd Hnut nre storked vtllli
I'ry by Hie Ktnle.
J (1 Itedmoud and Chester Hoi-
llnthead, representative of the l.u
I'lno Commercial O'luV wero In Ilend
ilaturday to receive a million trout
fry which Htato (lamo warden I'Hiloy
sent in to Ik placed In I'aullna nnd
East lakes, so mo CO mile south of
Ilend There wore SO can of 10
These two lakes have heretofore
been Ashless aa It was luiHsslblo for
trout to Jump tho IiIrIi fall of the
stream that drain thorn. Ilolh are
larRo and beautiful lake add In a
few year will become a great resort
for the angler.
Tho Federal government will also
supply young fish with which to stock
these lakes this summer, Huporvlsor
Harvey of the forestry service having
been so notified.
"Hlggrst and lltnU"
(Motullus Contral Orcgonlan).
The special number of The Ilend
llulletln Issued July 4th la without
question tho biggest and IkisI product
of a print shop over Issued In tho Pa
cific Northwest outside or the largo
cities. It la n 4 4-pago nowapaper
containing a vast amount of Infor
mation about Ilend nnd Central Ore
gon, hundreds of hair tono Illustra
tions nnd many attractive page of
advertising, It reflect great credit
upon 1'iihllslicr I'utnnm and hla force.
(C, 1. Judge, Dairy Cow Dealer).
Please atop all ad until you hoar
from mo again a I am getting so
many orders for cow that I can't
fill them for five weak, all due to
my advertising In a live newspaper.
Allow mo to compliment you on tho
plendld edition or July 4. You did
splendidly, I received 29 letter up
to thl evonlngUuly 7) mentioning
the July 4 advertisement.
UW n Dandy."
(Oeorgo B. Teal, the Pacific Home-
I wish to compliment you very
highly on your edition of The Bend
llulletln dated July 3. Tho Ilend
llulletln, In my estimation, Is always
a flrat-clas, newsy paper, but your
Npoclal edition waa certainly a dandy;
in fact It waa one of tho best gotten
up apeclal edition I have ever seen.
and It certainly shown the pi ogres-
ivnncs or Ilend and vicinity and the
advanced and progressive Ideas of its
r'AllNIVAl COMPANY NTIIANDHD.
Itedmond had no celebration or
amusement company on tho 4th, but
they unexpectedly got the Frank Mil
ler Amusement Company that wero In
ilend during tho celebration last
reek. They became financially em
barrassed and stopped at Itedmond
whore they are giving four du' per
formance In orer to raise money to
continue their Journey wlili.
IIOTTICT HAY YHSTKKHAV.
YestonUy at 3 o'clock tho govern
ment thermometer registered 100 de
gree, tho highest thl your. Oh
Monday the maximum waa J3. On
July 10 last year, the temperature re
eoideil was Ul degree, tho holiest
day of the summer of lull.
At tho annual meeting of the Ar
nold Irrigation Company last Thurs
lay, tho board of dlrectora and all of
ficer were re-elected. On uuaul
mou vote, It waa decided lo Issue
fl per cent bonds, to an amount not
to oxceed $12,000, for tho purpose
of paying off all tho company' pres
Seattle l.lked 'Km.
(V. D. Cheney or Seattle).
One hundred fifty papers were
brought from the tottotllco by two
men this morning nnd laid upon a ta
ble In one of the rooms of our gen
eral oftlees. One of the men took
three copies to hi desk with him,
tho other none, Intending to come
hack for more when they needed
them. Half an hour later one of the
two men went out to get one.
AND TIIKY WKHB ALL OONK.
Thirty minute after thoy arrived
there was only one copy in all or tho
"Kris a Pace."
(La Pine Inter-Mountain).
It remained for The Ilend llulletln,
on tho occasion or Its special edition
last Wednesday, to set a pace In Cen
tral Oregon Journalism that will be
hard to duplicate. The edition con
tain 4 4 pagoa mainly devoted to ex
cellent descriptive article on the re
source or this vast empire. Num
oitjui Illustrations appear In each
of the live sections. Tho mechanical
part, handled by Mr. Spencer, I
Ia Pino and It country ore given
1 1 bora I apace In thl great edition,
rearly a page being occupied.
On the whole The llulletln Issuo Is
uf auch merit that all of Central Ore
gon can point to It with pride. Edi
tor Putnam and hi competent assis
tants havo Tho Inter-Mountaln'a sin
RAILROAD BOBBLE BURSTS
.Votlilng Hut TnpnM Hill Left of the
(MetolluM Central Orcgonlan).
The "stuff I off" with tho I'rlno-vlllo-Jdetollus
railroad so far as the
building of It by tho Hkewes-Htan-ger
combination I concerned.
Mr. Bkewe I reported to be In
Portland. The Central Oregonlan I
not Informed as to the whereabout
of Mr. Stanger. He may be In bade.
Mr. Skewea Incurred an expendi
ture or about $1000 in the aurvey and
other work connected with the
launching of the enterprise, and Mr.
iger failed to "come through"
with tho cash that 1 Mr. Skewea'
version of the affair.
Mr. Bkewe Is reported to have
said that he spent all the money he
possessed In a frantic effort to put
tho project through, and now ack
nowledge defeat, unless the O. T. or
O.-W. cornea to the rescue, and he
expresses an opinion about Btsnger
that wouldn't look well In print
Tho engineer who put in about
two weeks' work locating the line
aro unpaid, and a number of people
at Prlnoville and Metollua are report
ed to possess checks given by Mr.
Skewea and rolurncd by the bank
marked "no funds" or "no account."
Two weeka ago a number of similar
check wero floating around but wero
made good by him.
W. B. SELLERS
END CAME YESTERDAY
H' Active In tlte Intercut of 'Dead,
ni:i:it SKASON OPKNH SOON.
The season for hunting deer In thl
county open Auguit 1 and close
November 1. During tho three
months It Is lawful to hunt buck
deer without dog. Tho number of
deer allowed to each hunter during
tho season I fi. A hunting license la
required of every person, whether
man or woman.
HOY KCOLTK ON Tllll.
Monday morning nluo of tho Hoy
Scout, with A. M. Lara, left for n
lvo week' outing. They will camp
at tho I ley burn homestead on Illg
river. The lxy who went aro:
Hugh Thompson, Morris Laru, Hob-
ert Inue, Calvin Smith, Karl Mc
t'lure. Kmll Hetikle. Wllmon Smith,
John True and Howard Young.
After the Fire
The next morning after the fire how
natural it is to hear the loser say, "And I
hud $500 in currency in the bureau draw
er." And the insurance policy don't
cover such a toss! You can hide your
money where thieves may not find it .but
how alxmt fire? For this reason alone,
overlooking the many other advantages,
you should keep your money in the bank.
We call your attention to our fire and
burglar proof vault and invite you to
leave your money with us forsafe keeping.
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
L. B. BAIRD, President P. O. MINOR, Secretary
U, M, LARA, Cashier
,t L. B. BAIRD, V. O. MINOR, B. M. LARA,
fffl "'," ' '
I 'LANK JMIOOUKKH.
Plan fur the erection of u Presby
terian church aro progressing satis
factorily, say Itev. I 1. Corby. In
the neighborhood of $5000 I assured
for the undertaking, and complete
plans and specifications for a largo
and Imndsomo brick structure ore be
ing drawn. Within ten day. It la ex
pected, the trustee will be ready to
take final steps toward letting con
OI)l KKLLOWH IXHTALL.
Installation or officers of the Ilend
lodge or Odd Fellow took place Mon
day evening, alter which there waa
a banquet at the New Hotel Taggart.
Tho elective officer who took their
seats for tho ensuing term or six
months are: Italph 8pencer. N, a.;
Jona Olsen. V. O.; N. P. Welder,
MOIIT HHIKT AT MILL.
Tho double shift at The Ilend Com
puny'a mill started Monday, with
about 30 men employed on the night
work, making the total number of
men employed at tho mill In excess or
00. A now logging camp has been
established on the east sldo or the
rlvor, about two or threo miles south
or town, where. In tho neighborhood
or 30 men aro working in tho woods.
HltAKICMAN IXJl'ltHH AT OPAL.
MADRAS. July 16. W. 8. Ilur
nett, a brakeman on the Oregon
Trunk, fell beneath a car at Opal City
this morning, sustaining three fruc
turea of tho skull. Whllo alighting
from the moving train to throw a
awltch, hla fool truck a rock and he
fell and slipped partially beneath tho
cam. Ho waa taken to Portland.
W. GOE WS HOUSE
lfandonie Itesldrnce Will Occupy
Itiver Frontage Near Allen Home.
Excavation for the cellar or a
bouso to be erected for Dr. tf. n. fon
haa commenced on tho north end or
tho old "Drake lawn." farlntr thn rlr.
er, between tho old log house and II.
is. Alien a nome. wnile contract
for tho work havo not as ret been !it-
the collar and foundation work la be
ing completed nnd It la rxnrrlp, that
the rest of tho building will be hur
ried to completion.
The dimension of the reliinr
are 32 by 42 feet, with a porch eight
feet wide. Thcro will be two stories
and cellar, with ten rooms in all, and
two bath rooms. Tho cost will be
DISCUSS FIRE IMS
Harney O'Honnrl! Appointed Fire
Marshal Hose Practice Planned.
An Informal meeting of citizens
specially interested In improving
Ilond'a Are fighting system occurred
Friday night at the Commercial Club.
About 20 men attended.
Mayor Putnam announced that he
had appointed Harney O'Donnell as
fire chief or flro marshal, a the head
or the department la styled In the
city charter. Mr. O'Donnell's ap
pointment will be placed before the
council at It next meeting for ratifi
cation. A list of thoso who had ex
pressed willingness to serve regular
ly waa read, and some effort mado to
group tho men under companies, with
each or tho three hoso carta and tho
chemical engine. The list will be
completed by next week, and fore
men appointed for each hose, and the
lineup published. An effort will bo
made to get the council to allow a
small amount each month, probably
sio, to be used as a bonus tor tho
compnny making the bent shoning ut,
rcsuiar icsia, wnicn II is pianneu to
hold with tho hose.
Yesterday morning at 8:4C o'clock
occurred the death or Wallace n. Sel
ler, at hi Ilend home, alter an acuta
attack resulting from a prolonged tu
bercluar troublo, which had kept him
a semi-invalid for a number of year.
At the time of hla death Mr. Sel
ler waa 3S year old. He waa bora
in Chippewa Fall, Wis., where bla
parenta now reside, and Is survived
by hla wife, Jennie Sellers, and 8-
yesr-old son Itonald. Since hi set
tlement In Bend aeven year ago Mr.
Seller had been nromlnentlv lilen.
titled with the development of' tho
town, always In an unostentious way.
havlnr been a niimlur nt thn Hltv
Council, In which he waa always not-
uiy active, ue was ono or the
board Of trustee at thn Inrat Prxiliv.
terlan organization, and waa nartieu.
Icriy Interested In the project now
ueing worxca out for the erection of
a handsomo church. He waa iat
outside hla home at a truatea moot
ing last Wednesday evening. Ho
was a prominent member nf thn nmt
lodgo of Masons.
Thl afternoon at 0 o'clock services
will be held at the church, under the
auspices or the Masons, Iter. 1. 1. Cor
by officiating. The lmilv will tut
borne to and from the church by Ma
son, and tomorrow morning will bo
taken to tho station and sent to Port
land for cremation, thla being one of
tho deceased's last requests. Sev
eral local Masons will participate in
the final services. At tho church
this afternoon all the city officials
now In town will be present, as well
as tho members of the former council
who served with Mr. Sellers.
When death came, Quietly, yester
day morning, J. D. Davidson and Mrs.
O. W, Hall, tho nurse, atone were at
the bedside. The patient had laat
been conscious during the preceding
afternoon. Slnco he was confined tr
his bed last Thursday, members n
the Masonic lodge had been In at
tendance at Mr. Seller's bedside every
night, rendering all posslblo aid to
Mr. Sollers represented the Shevlln
timber Interests, of great oxtent In
Central Oregon, being their confiden
tial agent here. He had formerly
been In their employ In Minnesota,
nnd had bad his first work with D.
L. McKay, as a young man. It was
about ten years ago that In crossing;
a lake on the Ice, his team fell in and
In rescuing them he contracted a cold
Which finally affected hla lnnr nn,l
ultimately brought about his death.
wnno still a young man.
We Say Nothing:
But Saw Wood"
in the Himluaro business. Our rivals may be striving
to niako ns blj? n Nueces ns wo hi thl Hue, but vte aro
Kolnit to keep right on living high value for little mon
ey ami pleaslug our patrons with quality that will stand
every kind of crltlt'jMii. Tool, kitchen utensils, garden
and farm Implements or the bent make at popular prices.
Also Full Line of Builders Supplies,
Sash, Doors, Glass, etc.
N. P. Smith
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Dr. U. O. OOS. Pr.Hd.nt f. A. OATHS H. Vic Pr.tld.nt
O.8. HUDSON, Oa.hl.r
Oasltal fully paid ... S3S.OOO
Btockhold.n' liability SaS.OOO
Plant Your Money
In The First Nntionnl 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.
TEk FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
V. C COB H. A. SATHKR C, 3. HUDSON
O. M. PATTERSON. H. C. KIAI3
nod Closely Identified With
Church Work Heirlew Are
Held This Afternoon.