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The bend bulletin
BEND. OREGON, WEDNESDAY. MAY 21, 1U13.
ACTION AOAINST C. 0.
l'niiiril Mandamus I'mrerdluK
AK'idikt leer( Idinil Hoard .Not In
I'mor Among Neiirhy Hcttlei
Club lu At on Their Wlhe.
Tho Ktmno of action In (ha three
cornered conlroern lmlwwn Ihe
Desert mu lluard. thu CunlrnlOfo
koii IrrlKittlon Compiiny and tliu dcU
tiers In tlio I'owttll llullu district
headed Ity K. II. Williams was trans
ferred for tliu tlmo holm: on Monday
iilKht to th n old room of tliu Commer
cial Chili In Ilend, Mr. WllllmiiH seek
Iiik un Indorsement liy tho cluli of
It In iroioiinl to IiHiik mandamus pro
ccfillnK against tliu comimuy.
Tliu inculliiK opened with n lengthy
Matement liy Mr. Wllllnnm of tlio hls
tory of tliu matter to dam. Hu took
the poiltlnn that tlio cum puny U In
default on Its contract with tho stale
with tliu result thai purchasers of
rights between tliu 6 and 11 mllupoitN
on the Central Oregon canal, n null
as thbMi In 1'owiill lluttes, canuot bo
supplied with wnter sutllclent to en
able thu stato engineer to make tho
tertlflcato necessary to enable the in
to obtain patents to their land. Tho
only remedy, Mr. Wllllama claimed,
wan to liavu tho canal enlarged, and
ai the Desert Land Hoard bs un
wllllnic to force tho cumpauy to do
till It remained for tliu settlers to
apply thu pressure of n maiidumua
null aKaluvt tliu board, It could bu
takun for Kranted, hu icajd, that hu
won koIiir to In-Kin thu proceodlnK
and he hoped that thu Ilend G'ommer
clnl Club would aeu fit to k on rec
ord an disapproving tho action of thu
land board and Indorse hli cunlem
plated uiyvo, Thu Itudmoud Com
merclal Club had already taken thin
President K. M. tarn of the club
read telegrams from tho board ex
plaining their aland aa tin) one moat
likely to Iteneflt nil who nrc Interest
ed In tho matter and n letter from
Attorney Cvnernl Crawford In which j
he decried thu eudlesa JltlKtvtlctrt Hint
would imiua If Mr. Williams persist
ed In lila action.
Hettlera from east of town headed
by Cote K. Hinlth of tnu Wntor t'aera'
Association catno Into to tho meet
ing but on having thu altuntlon ux
plained to thum spoke In opiKialtloa
to having the proceodlnga begun at
thin time. They favored kIvIiik thu
loinpany tho tlmu It dualreil up to
the end of the present season and
then If It had beun unable Is do the,
work to begin net Ion.
.Monitors of tho club told Mr. Wll
llama that thu luminous men of lloml j
stood i,y thu aettlnra nearby nnd werel
disposed to act only on their reeom-'
tnondntlon and after further discus-
alon It was voted to adjourn until tho
aeutlment of theso uottlura was deft
In connection with thin matter, tho
EARL MCDLURE DROWNEO
HOWARD YOUNG IS SAVED
Km I MeClurc, win of .!. V, Me.
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o'dotk IIiIn afternoon in (he He
! chute rlter In front of the HiiiImiii
home. .Ilouanl Young, who wns ultli
him In it rnuoe, vtns rwiieri.
Thu Im were out riinoeliij; nml
Men upset at tho point where
the I'liri-ent tnhe n wlilil around n
The Voiiiik iMiy thing to the up.
tinned cinft mill mum rescued by tev
mil men ami taken to the I'. I. Mar
Iviul MiCluie una about J I or 1.1
ein old. Ihmurd Vouuu In n mhi of
John Yoiiuk Ibilh hehiux to the lUty
DECIDE OH 3
HI BEGUN ON
ROADS NEW BUILDING
MEBTINO AT REDMOND
SCHOOL BOND ELECTION
NOT SO COSTLY AFTED ALL
liiftpet-llon of Agreement With lloml
IIoiim? SImiun Payment Intended
Only If tho Ikktie W'uh Vo(mI.
lit regard to a atatctnent made In
Thu llulletln laat week uaiertltig that
thu recent achoo) election coat the
district .600, It now appear that
thla may not bu the case. The atate-
inent In queatlon waa baaed upon an
Interview with Clyde McKay, member
or tho board. It waa Mr. McKny'a
undemanding, after looking over tho
agreement existing between tho
board and the londlng houio, Uiat
STiOO was to be paid for legal cr
vlcea whether or not the laauo car
ried, thla amount to Include blank
bouda provided th election waa fav
orable, llowuver, Chairman Over
turf of tho Ixinrd and other who
have examined tho agreement, main
tain that no audi provlalon la con
templated. According to them, thu
agreement contemplated thu payment
only If tho ltue wot voted, and It la
their undemanding that thu dis
trict la In no wlie bound to pay tho
Itondlng company anything now that
the election turned down thu bonda.
Examination of tho patters con
vinces The llulletln that thorn waa
no Intent on the part of th eboard to
pay thu Itondlng bonne anything In
tho event of tlio Imu falling, and
while there appenra aome loosenesa
In tho tentative agreement entered
Into. It would aeum that with tho tin
auoceasful result of the election tho
matter la terminated and tho eon-
Ono HlKhMiiy Will Ix! North ami
Koutli and Tlio Hflwt ami 'rt.
Auiount of l'rpoe(l lloml Ixxue
llnx .Vol Keen Dceldrd on Vet.
COl'.VTV WAItllAXTS l.1l.
According to County TronHuror It.
I.. Jordan, there bun buen paid to
(btw oh aeaount of e uutv wnrrunta
thu mtm of JT3.R7S.S8. There hav
twoti three call for warrants and on
t liege BHiouR'a iHtld an followa:
Prln. Int. Total
lat IS3.C41.48 $70. J S t2t.4X3.GG
5ml 44.C39.2C 18:X.;3 46.!02.4
3rd S9U8.60 1U7.55 91CS.U
irontlnued on laat page.)
t77.:C9.30 f 2S08 G f70.67S.2C
Tho dlscrupanclea In Mr Jordan'
letter to Tho llulletln publHbud two
We;kH ago were almply clerlcul er-rora.
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DESCHUTES BANKING Sb
OF BEND, OKEGON
Tho Crook Count' Good Iloada
AbMiclatlon, at a meeting at Ited
moud Hundny, decided In favor of
it north and aouth highway and two
east and west highway, In connec
tion with tho proponed Issuing of
bonda for road building. Thu amount
of tho laauo has not yet bocn act,
action In 111 In rvaiu-cL to lie taken
'after the board of directors hns tnado
n trip over tho east and west lines
that It la proposed to Improve by tho
ftuida obtained If tho bonda are
voted for by the people of tho county.
Clyde McKay of Head, vlco presi
dent of the association, attended the
J. Noblo of I'nullnn, who waa
elected at the organisation meeting
a ono of tho directors, could not
serve and Nute Williamson of I'rlne-
vllle was elected Sunday in his atead.
Willis V. Drown, county commiss
ioner, resigned from tho board and
Hugh Mater wis chosen to fill the
The north and south rood decided
on at the Iledmond meeting starts at
the Sanford Bhultr' place in tho
northern part of the county, passing
through Madras. Metollua, J'rlnevllle, I
Itedmond, Cllno Falls, Laldlaw, Ilend )
and La I'lno and connecting with the'
Klamath road at the Klamath county!
lino. One of the east and west roads
extends from I'rluevlllo eastward up
Crooked river and over Huck moun
tain, with a leg of It from Cllno I
Falls through Bisters to the summit I
of the Cascades via tho Santlam pnss. j
Tnu otner eaat and wcat road ex
tends from Ilend through Mllllcan
and Hampton valleys to the Lake
Tho board of directors and thai
officers will meet In Ilend on Thurs
day, May 29, and take a trip to the
lotke county line and over the road
from Prlnovllle, then from Itedmond
via Cllno Falls to tho summit of the
Cascades. After tho trip the amount
to bu nlloted to each road, as well
aa the total amount of tho proposed
Issued, will be decided on.
DR. KERMOTT BUYS ON
Imx Cabin Cornet- Hold jt "Week,
Old (.Mint llulldliiK Figuring in tho
Ileal Three Klore Itooma to lie
1'ut up by tho New Ouner.
Dr. I.. II. Kermott of Mlnot, N.
I)., purchased last wo ok from K. II.
Hummy of Huuttlu the properly at tho
corner of Hand street and Hawthorne
avenue, at a price teportcd to bo
16,000. Tho deal rra put through
by It. V. M Inter. Tho t.alo Includes
tho transtor by Or. Kermott to Mr,
Hummy of tho old Orant building and
lot whore McCulston has had his gro
eery atore. Dr. Kermott bought this
property totno months ago of Mrs.
Work waa begun yesterday plac
ing material on tho ground for a ono-
story building on the property Just
acquired by Dr. Kermott. It will
have a frontage of GO feet on Uond
street and exteud back SO feet. Tbero
will be three atoro rooms, each with
b width of SO feet approximately. It
will have a brick voneer front, with
sheet Iron walls, and is Intended only
as a temporary atructure, as It Is Dr.
Kermott' plan bu erect a fine perma
nent atructure on this corner when
present leaccs which run for four
years expire. The building contract
has been let to K. D. Mcintosh. The
structure will not take all the apace
between tho Log Cabin and tho
Dream Theatro, leaving a good pas
sageway along tho latter building as
Dr. Kermott bad planned to put up
a brick or stone building on his lot
next to Thorson's Jewelry store, but
will probably not now alnce making
this new deal. He nnd his wlfo ar
rived here last Thursday night and
left Sunday morning, going to Port
land and thence Host.
BRING AN OPTIMISTIC
HKCOXD FLOWlilt COXTI1ST.
A Hotter raising contest for tho
children similar to the ono hold last
year under the auspices of tho La-'
dies' Library Club haa been anununc-,
ed for tho summer. Tho children
were told of tho contest In tho differ
ent achool rooms yesterday. On giv
ing notice to their teachers of tho
varlotiea of aecda wanlud they will
bo procured nnd furnished to tho
contestants ut a nominal charge. If
uny wish, thoy may grow vegetables
Instead of (lowers or both. Tho lint
of prlxea will be announced In Thu
PROF. SHAW TO SPEAK
HERE TOMORROW NI6HT
Agricultural i:xicrt Will Hate Me-
Migc of Interest to the Fanners anil
Others of Thl Community.
I'rof. Thomas Shaw, a high author
ity In the agricultural field, will be
hero tomorrow (Thursday) evening
to address tho farmers and others
who are Interested In tho develop
inent of Central Oregon. Tho lecture
will lie at tho Johnson building and
the public la Invited to attend, thore
being no adiulsnlou eharge.
Tho trip of Prof. Shaw Is liolng
made under tho auspices of tho Croat
Northern Itnllway and tho Commer
cial Club. He Is vloltlng nearly nil
tho towns in the county. Saturday
ho waa at Culver, Monday nt Madras
nnd Metollua, Tuesday at Lnmonta
nnd Itedmond, toda at Prlnovllle nnd
tomorrow afternoon ho will bo at
Lnldlaw before coming to Ilend.
WOOL SALE SCHEDULED
CornliJcrnbly More Tfiin Half n .Mil
lion I'oiiimIn Will He Handled by
Local Wiiiehoiino Tills HeoAon,
The wool sale date for Ilend has
Iwen fixed for July 9, according to
1 K. J. Wilson of tho O.-W. It. & N. Tho
dates were rearranged nt Pendleton
last week by tho Wool Growers' As
sociation. Sales will bo held hero on tho
morning of tho 9th and at Itedmond
In tho afternoon, the special car that
Is to bo provided for the buyers going
down on a freight that will be held
on that day.
Last year about 400,000 pounds of
wool camo hero, there being no reg
ular sale as all of It was contracted
for. From tho present outlook more
than 600,000 pounds will be handled
hero this season, ns already tho Last Wednesday evening the pco
Unlted Wnrehouso has received as- pi0 of JJcnd had an' opportunity to
M urn urn llmf mnnv n lfr dill. ....
com. In. A covered platfonn upco-l "t" "Sn ' "T, CXeCU V T'
lallv for tho wool will 1, t.utlr n,ilwhm Governor West addressed a
Mr. Teal IMm-ii-x the Opportunities
That Await This Country ,n Irrl-
Ration Line Tuninlo Project
lilfccaooeri by iho HnRlnccr
the warehouse has arranged for tho
Installation of special wool scales, so
that tho local handling will assure
tho growers tho best possible treat
ment. Dates announced for thla part of
the state arc:
Sbanlko, Juno S and 21, July 11.
Madras, June 23.
Hunts Ferryi July 7.
Dend, July 9.
Itedmond, July 9.
I'rof. II. II. Tonry to Del her the
Addnrs McOUlvrny the Orator.
The graduating exercises of the
senior class of the Dend High School
will be held at tho Methodist church
Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock. The
oration will be given by Iran Mc
Olllvray and the address of tho even
ing by Harry Heal Torrcy, professor
of biology in Iteed College, Portland.
The complete program Is as follows:
March, entranco of class; trio, Miss
Trautnor, Miss Huntington, Mrs.
Coe; oration, Iran V. McGIUrray,
The War Problem;" double number,
Teachers' Choral Club, (a) "Greet
ings to Spring" and (b) "Slumber
Doat;" tfddrcss, Dr. Ilarfy Ileal Tor-
rey; double numler, Girls' Chorus,
(a) "Voices of the Woods" and (b)
Lullaby;" presentation of diplomas,
H. J. Overturf: benediction.
Tho sermon to the graduating class
was preached by Iter. B. C. Newham
at the Methodist church last Sunday
evening from tho text. "A band of
men whose hearts tho Lord had
touchcu." I Samuel 10:26.
Tho members of tho class arc John
nates, Ray Deyarmond, Carl Hunter.
Harry Johnson. Ivan McGtilvray.
Kenneth Minor and Claude C. Van-dovert.
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It, M. I.A'RA, Cashier
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B. FURRXtLL, P. O, MINOR, B. M. LARA,
& Ln X m
IMPItOVKD .MAIL SKUVICK.
Tho new mall service to Laldlnw.
Gist and Tumalo from Dtschutes Is
on tho following schedule: Leave
Deschutes at 7:30 a. m.. arrive I.nld
Uw at 9 and returning leave Laldlaw
at 10 and arrive nt Deschutes at
11:30. Tho service to Gist and
Tumalo Is on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, arriving at Gist at 1 p.
m.. lav.ng at 2 and arriving at Den
chutes at p. m.
large meeting regarding the work
that Is being commenced on tho
Tumalo project at Laldlaw.
The Governor's measago was opti
mistic, and, In brief, was to tho ef
fect that ho and his brother officials
on the Desert Land JJoard, stand
pledged to carry tbe enterprise,
through to a successful completion
Just aa rapidly as possible. As an
example for other projects, and as a
benefit to all Irrigation, tho Governor
regards tbe state's entranco Into tho
field of Irrigation as & matter of tho
J. N Teal of Portland delivered an
Interesting talk which chiefly con.
cerncd the opportunities that await
In this territory for power and Irri
gation development, preferably at
the hands of the state or nation, or
the two cooperating. Introduced by
the chairman, O. P. Putnam, ax tho
"father of trno conservation," Mr.
Teal had somewhat to say of thla
subject, and outlined what the Des
chutes survey can mean. From tho
Governor he received a glowing
eulogy, tho latter going on record
for the appointment of Teal to tho
United States scnaiorshlp should a
vacancy occur, as it is rumored may
be the case.
O. Laurganrd, the project engineer,
told somewhat of the actual work
that is to be undertaken on the Tum
alo segregation, and especially asked
the hearty cooperation of all local
people. Tho stand which Ilend takes
one of enthusiastic applause for
the entire project and those behind it
was voiced by C. S. Hudson. A. II.
Devcrs of Portland, first upon tho
program, had some good things to
say for thlB country, whleb he visited
for the first time, and in which, hu
said. Portland is vastly Interested.
STKKirr l.MPUOVKMKXT ItKGUX.
In anticipation of satisfactory bond
being given by J. T. Adams, who waa
the lowest bidder for tho street Im
provement work, tho contract waa
signed on behalf of tho city by tho
maycr laat week and work haa been
begun. Grade stakes have been set
up In Wall street ana the out on Ne
vada street started. Material from
tho cut Is being used to make tho fill
on Wall street.
nre in great demand just at pre&ent, We
have an exceptionally large and fine
stock of everything in the line of
that will help to make your lawn a
"tiling of beauty" and a "joy forever."
Lawn Mowers, Sprinklers, Garden Hose,
Sickles, Builders' Supplies.
WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY
N. P. SMITH-1-1
f ? 3K a
? (.1 S. J
lEe First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. OOC Pratldant E. A. BATHER, Vic Prldtitt
O. 8. HUOOOM. OathUr
Capital full paid ... S2S.OOO
Blockholdar' liability S2S.OCO
Surplut .... . SIO.OOO
75 Head of High Grade
Holstein DAIRY COWS
will arrive in Bend about May 20th. A
few days later they will be sold at auction.
Definite sale date will be advertisedUin
The Dend Bulletin and by posters, at the
different stores in and near Bend.
Terms will be part cash, balance pay
able Jan. 1st, 1914, or one-half of cream
We do not tie you up to sell your
cream to any particular parti, but where
you pet the best price.
Write or call for particulars.
O. H. PATTERSON
TSk FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 1NE
O. C. COK K. A. SATHRR C 8. HOPSON
H. C. JOU8
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