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The bend bulletin
IJEND. OHEGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1013.
SMILES SEEN ON TUAt
Olllro Quarter llclng 1'n.ulppcri mid
HiiKlneer Are In tho J'leld Con
ktriirllmi H pec led (o Ho Uinlcr
Way lit. I'lrwt o( J ul y.
l.ADIhAW, Mny 24. -While It
will not ho tint It Juno I that nctunt
construction can Hlnrt, for It In nut
until (hen Hint I ho H&O,00Q appro
jirlnluii I nvnllnlilo, already tlirro nro
big "signs of lira" nlKitit tho old Col
iimliln Southern project, now known
mi tho Tiirnnlo.
A brond iinllo gradually In over
spreading tho features of tho Tumnlo
settlors, replacing tho worried look
thnt only too often lm boon there
since tlio first promoters of their lr
rlsntlon enterprise wore permitted
to wreck tho project nml loavo tlioui
upon a len ahoro of difficulty.
Tho work of tho noxt IK month
means for all of thorn prosperity. It
means tho expenditure of many
thousands of dollars for labor, n
iunrk!t for crops, work for teams,
nnd, above all, tho pormnnont recla
mation of thousands of ncrcs of tho
nnost IrrlKBted lands In nil Oregon.
And best of all, perhnps, tho success,
ful completion of tho project moans
n returned and enthusiastic confi
dence in local Irrigation matters.
In thu meantime, Knglnoer l.nur
gaard Isn't saylnit much, hut Is saw.
ItiK wood In tho hardest kind of way,
nnd gelling ready to tacklo tho
thousand nnd ouo problems thnt nl
ready nra staring him in tho fncu.
Mr. Laurgaard has rented the old
hank building here, nnd tho exten
sive nlterntlons ho Is mnkliiK In tho
ofllces nro nhout completed, so thnt
hu will lio provided with every need
ed facility in his headquarters.
Already several parties of engi
neers nro In tho Held getting fliinl
dntn preliminary to construction
work. This summer's nctlvlty will
he chiefly devoted to tho digging of
dltehes, nnd prolinldy very little will
he done on tho dam. which Is tho
key to tho whole project, as well as
by far Us most expensive feature.
AceordliiR to Mr. IaurKnrd, Im
modlntely after tho dnto when the
funds nro ofllolslly r.n tap every ef
fort will ho made to rush tho work.
Kiulpmout will ho drought In as fnst
ns it can bo purchased coonomloully.
nnd ennipn establlshml. Ily July, the)
oiigluoer nayn, there should bo at
toast r.O men on tho Job, nnd nroU
nbly tunny more Inter In the r-nson.
Next yenr. which will see the foully
henvy work, this number probably
will be Increased to 300 or .150.
Certificates of Deposit
WHEN you huvo money you wish to get Interest
on, call for a Certificate of Deposit. Wo issue
these on 0 or, 12 months timo nnd pay 4 per cent in
either case. The certificate is also a negotiable Instru
ment and mny he assigned, sold or cashed nnywhero,
tho same as a note. Certificates being transferable
cannot bo checked ugainst. They should bo presented
for payment or renewal when duo as wo do not pay
Interest nftor dnto, for obvious reasons. We nro not
obliged to pay these certificates beforo motutlty any
mo.ro than you could bo forced to pay a note before It
wiih duo, but we have novor refused to cash n certifi
cate, whether due or not, nnd wo oxpect to contlnao
this policy. Do you know of any safer way you Van
ihnko your money work for you nrtd at tho same ttmo
have It unquestionably available nt any time?
DESCHUTES BANKING 6
OF BEND, OREGON
B. l'RRURLL, President P. O. MOR, crtUrjr
K. M, LARA, Cashier
B. PBURKLL, P. O, MINOR, . M. LARA,
VETERANS' MEETING HERE
Memoiliil liny Kerelc Will ho Held
unit (Irnvc of Dead Iht'oniteil.
Tho Crook County Veterans' Asso
ciation of tho O. A. H. will obsorvo
Memorlnl Day on Friday, May 30,
with appropriate exercises at tho
llantlkt church hero. Following tho
church proKrnm, which will stnrt at
1:30 p. m., tho graves of tho soldier
dead In Pilot llutto Cemetery Mill bo
decorated. Thero will bo talks nt
tho church by llovs. 1. I. Corby, K, C.
Newhnm nnd 13. O. Judd. All tho
veterans In the county, both Union
nnd Confedernto, nro Invited to tnko
nnrt In tho day's program. Tho om
com of tho association request thnt
other county imperii glvo this cele
The iirogrnm will bo as follows:
Muslo by thu bond; singing hy n
speclnl cholri prayer by Hev. B. C.
Newhnm: singing of "Star Hpnugled
llnnner ' by Mrs. Ashley Forrest; nd-
dress by Dr. I. I. Corby; iunrtet.
"Touting- on tho Old Cnmp around;"
prayer by Itev. K. (). Judd.
Conveyance will be provided free
by tho Wennndy l.lvery Coin pit ny for
nil who wish to go to tho cemetery.
PORTLAND AD CLUB HOST
TD BENDJMBLEM CLUB
ftrnl llooktrra Deport For ltoe City
In Private Car For Hlg AdvrrtMng
HtuiitM Today at Hotel Portland.
Tho Kmblem Club of llend left
yesterday morning for Portland,
where they were tho guests of the
Portland Ad Club today at a lunch
eon at the Portland Hotel, and whore
they figured In other stunts, some of
them advertising llend and others
simply Indulged In for n good time.
Tho down trip was made on a spec
ial car provided by tho Oregon-Wash-Ington
Itnilrond & Navigation Co.,
tho snmo combination parlor-buffol-bnggngo
enr thnt Is ud by the Itoy
nl llosarlans of Portland on their
pilgrimages, J, I,, Miller, traveling
passenger agent of tho O.-W ., ajid n
member of tho Ad Club, was In
charge. Tho road's general passen
ger agent, William McMurrny, was
chairman of tho day for tho Ad Club
at Its luncheon, attended by more
than 300 guests,
Tho llend men making tho trip
nro: J. P. ICoyes, I). B. Hunter. U.
C, Coo, Clyde McKny, C. 8. Hudson,
It. II. Could. J C. Ithodm, II. W.
Hkusn, B. M. I.nrn, A. M. I.nrn, A M.
Prlngle, W. II, Coble. J. B. Sowhlll.
U. A. Jones, John Steldl nnd O. P.
T TRAIN TO PORTLAND?
It Is Deponed That Change Will He
Made In Short Time,
According to report that Is cur
rent along tho line, thetw will bo a
night train put on from llend to
I'bitland either June 1 or July 1.
No oDInlal onHnimtlon of tho ru
mor has been obtainable.
Which road will put It on and Just
what changes will Im malo In the
present schedule are not yet known.
Tho night train will make It pos
sible for persons to leave here otio
evening, arrive the noxt morning In
I'ortlund and return that night, los
ing only one dny from their busi
ness nt homo.
CLASS OF SEVEN
Dr. Torrcy Deliver Address on llio
(lift of Prophecy Wr Problem Is
DUciiixcd hy Clans Orntor Mc
llh my Program in (,'mm).
Cotnmoncoment oxerclsoa of tho
llend High School wore held Satur
diiy night ut tho Methodist church,
being postponed one day on account
of tho drowning of Karl McCluro.
Tho church was filled with patrons
of tho school nnd others Interested
lu tho work, nnd tho evening's pro
gram was Interesting,
Tho nddrcss was delivered hy Dr.
Ilnrry Heal Torrey of Heed College,
Portland, who soko on tho gift of
prophecy. Tho clnss orator was Ivan
Mcdlllvray, whoso theme wns 'Tho
War Problem,"' The musical pro
gram consisted of two doulbo num
bers nnd a trio. The latter wns sung
hy Miss Eva Huntington, Miss Trauu
nor nnd Mrs. M. O. Coo, with Mlsa
Bva Craves accompanying on tho pi
ano. Tho first doublo number wns
by the teachers' choral club and the
second by a chorus of 10 school girls,
who snng exceptionally well.
There wero seven boys graduated,
five of whom occupied seats on tho
platform. These wore John Dates,
Hay Dcyamond, Carl Hunter, Ivan
McOlllvrny and Ilnrry Johnson. Ken
noth Minor nnd Claude Vnndevort,
who finished their courses In tho
middle of the year, wcro not nblo to
Tho diplomas wero presented by
Prof. J, II. Shouso.
UIUCK MA KINO KTAIITH A CAIN.
Tho llend llrlck & Lumber Co.
started tho summer operation of Its
brick brick manufacturing plant n
couple of miles west of llend on Mon
day. At tho outset 16 men Is the
minimum number employed, nnd
later this number probably will bo
Tho minimum dally output, ac
cording to It. C. Colver, will bo about
20,000 brick, whllo It la probable that
later more than 30.000 brick will be
turned out. With much new equip
ment nnd n remodeled plant, plus tho
oxperlencu of last yenr. tho company
expects to produce a Inrgo uunnttly
Of the finest kind of brick this sea
son. TKNNIH flAMKS IIKttB SUNDAY.
Tho best tennis plnyara nt Prlnc
vlllo will bo hero Saturday for a con
test with tho locnls Sunday. The
visitors will attend tho dinner to the
good roads association men Satur
day evening nnd attend tho danco
tnat iiluht Thtiv will Im entertained
at luncheon Sunday, probably on tho'
old Drake lawn. The games will ho!
played on tho rutnnm nnd tho club
courts nnd thu public Is Invited to
Hedmoud will have a representa
tive hero nnd tho formation of nn
association embracing nil th ten
nis players In Central Oregon will
tin discussed nnd u Bchcdulo of tour
naments drawn up.
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I Are You Swatting W
"'-J the Flies? j
1 I If you nro, you nro having unnecessary troubles. ( i$Sr
; Put In SCREEN DOOUS nnd keep them out of I TTSS
j? tho house nnd you will not bo bothered. Good s yip
'S Bcrcen doors aro to be had nt this store nt prices r tWn
7 that will- relievo you of the fly nuisance without kMl)
J imposing a penalty on your pocketbook. Wo can ' ) e&K'
c fit any door. Just say what you need nnd we'll fis&i
f do tho rest, r s
N. -P. SMITH.-,,
K n in it o I Mil I'm Herommendatlon
Lands Jol-Hxpcrt Will Cooperate
With County Court Forest
Flro Patrol Is Xow Asiircil.
(Special to Tho ItHllotln)
HALBM, Mny 2(5. When tho now
state highway law goes Into effect on
June 3, Honry Q, I,. Howlby of Port
land will bo stato highway engineer.
His appointment was announced by
the state highway commission, which
consists of the in em hers of tho state
board, last week. Under the system
outlined in the new highway laws,
the aupcess of tho movement will de
pend very largely on tho stato high
way engineer, nnd for that reason
tho highway commission spent a lot
of time In Investigating the records
of applicants before a selection was
made. In selecting Uowlby, the com
mission appointed a man who made
no application for the Job. About
50 applications were put in by others.
It was largely on the recommenda
tion of Samuel Hill, tho good roads
enthusiast, that Mr, Howlby received
the appointment. Howlby has been
associated with Mr. Hill In good road
building for a number of years. He
was sent by Mr. Hill to Burope to
study road building. Ho Is now en
gineer for tho Pacific Highway Asso
ciation, which pays him tho same
salary that ho will receive from the
stnte, 13000 a year. Ho was former
ly n memler of tho highway commis
sion of Washington.
Important among tho duties of the
stnte highway engineer will bo to ad
vlso with tho county courts of the
various counties that are preparing
to build good roads.
The attorney general advised State
Forester Bltlott last week that under
a new law which goes Into effect on
Juno 3 ho Is given authority to pro
vide a forest flro patrol for tho tim
ber holdings of any owner who re
fuses or falls to provide a proper pa
trol himself, nnd have tho cost of tho
patrol assessed ngalsnt the property.
This cost must not exceed 5 cents an
acre per season.
URGES STOCK RAISING
l'rof. Shaw Deliver Address Here,
Ail nudlenre of about 50 people,
only a small number of whom wero
fanners, listened to Prof. Thomas
Shnw deliver n splendid lecture here
Inst Thursday evening. Prof. Shnw
stated thnt ho Intended to Speak on
Irrigation farming methods, but ns
most of the farmers present have
dry ranches ho discussed dry farm
ing mostly. In tho courso of his
talk ho (aid special emphasis on the
Central Oregon country bb n stock
raising district, urging the farmers
to devote more nttcntlon to this very
Oooil Itondt AftMirlaflon Ofllccrs Will
Ho fJIrcti Dinner.
Tho officers of .the Crook County
flood Honda Association will arrive
In llend Saturday, starting from hero
Hiinuay on nn inspection trip of
proposed routes. Tho Commercial
Club will give a dinner In their hon
or Saturday cvonlng at 8 o'elook, to
which everyone is Invited. The club
officials urge thnt overyono who can
attend nnd glvo the visitors a hearty
welcome. Plates will be ono dollar
each, and tho place of holding tho
banquet will be announced by Man
ager Gould of tho club on his return
from Portland Thursday nlcht. All
who will lo present nt the dlnnor
should sign up by C p. m. Friday.
BEGIN EXAMINATION OF
Government Bmployctt Will Clanolfy
Lands In Forent to Determine the
Agrlcultunil Value of Ticm All.
Work has been started hy tho gov
ernment which will determine the
value of a largo lody of land now In
eluded In tho national forest, lu tho
Metollus river valley, for agricultu
ral purposes. Apolph Nllsson, with
a crew of four men, Is In charge of
tho classification, which will bo car
ried on nil summer.
It will be remembered that last
year thero were filings made by-a
large number of people for some
8000 acres of this land. Xot only
will the land covered by each of the
applications be examined, but also
all possible agricultural land In that
territory. The amount of timber will
also Im estimated.
J. Hoy Harvey, former supervisor
of the Deschutes national forest, will
spend this week with Mr. Nllsson to
get tho work started, as he la famil
iar with that vicinity. Four soil
men from the O. A. C at Corvallls
who walked across the mountains by
tho Santlam route will assist In the
summer's work, these being C. H.
Miller, Paul E. Freydlg. It. F. Wen
dovcr and It. S. Hlackden.
Similar classification will bo made
of the pumice soil In the Paulina for
est to the south, embracing Jackplno
lands. Mr. Harvey and a party of
soil experts made a trip to Crescent
In this connection last week, but
when this work will start Is not yet
APPRAISERS JRE APPOINTED
Council Starts Wall Street ExtcnMon.
Xew Ordinance Head.
At a council meeting last Saturday
a committee of three appraisers wns
aopolnted to decldo upon tho amount
tho city should pay for property used
In tho opening, of Wall street north
erly. Its menibors arc IF. D. Hrown,
I. N. Hunter and N I Smith. The ex
tension of Wnll street contemplated
will bo a Y extending to the Laldlaw
road letwcen Sieldl's nnd Llnstcr's.
and northeasterly to Hrondway and
tho Prlnevllle road.
An ordinance prohibiting the use
of sldpualks by blcvellgts. roller
skaters nnd certain vehicles was read
b nrst tiro. Tho bond of James
Adnms for his contract for strejt
Improvement wan nccoptcd. Hugh
O'Kane was granted a saloon license
or Hotel llend.
Not I co relative to tho assessment
against property for the street Im
provement work appears elsewhere
In this Issue, together with an official
detailed statement of the amounts
to bo debited nunliiBt onch lot. the
totnl being JT.772.14.
The First National Bank
OF BEND. BEND. OREGON
Or, U. O. OOE. Prild.nt E. A. SATHCR. Vlca Prl(Jlrt
O. 8. HUDSON. CaihUr
Capital fully paid ... S2S.000
Stockholder' liability S2S.OCO
Surplu .... . sio.OOO
25 Head of High Grade
Holstein DAIRY COWS
will arrive in Bend about June 1st, A
few days later they will be sold at auction.
Definite sale date will bo advertised&'n
The Bend Bulletin and by posters, at the
different stores in nnd 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
crenm to any particular party, but where
you get the best price.
Write or call for particulars.
li FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
TJ. C. COB . A. SATUSR C. S. HTOSOK
O. M. PATTKUSON J3. C. KUJ3
PLENTY OF FON
MANY BEND FOLKS
ItaKcbnli Cmne Prove Productive of
Laugh (Jn lore -Piny orN Last For
Only Seven Imilngi TennU Is
Indulged In During Forenoon.
KEDMOND, May 26. Greeted by
the Redmond band and others at tho
train early in the morning and en
tertained in regal atylo all day, tho
llend visitors who came down for tho
tonnls and baseball games today wont
homo with many words of praise for
the people who made the occasion
a pleasant one for them. There were
tennis matches In the morning and
a burlesque baseball game In the af
ternoon. Tho contest were not to deter
mine who could win, but wero ar
ranged for tho sport nnd tho good
time such a meeting between
the business men of the two towns
was productive of. Part of the Dend
band was here and played with tho
local musicians, tho augmented or
ganization rendering choice alra. Tho
concert after supper was especially
enjoyable. About a dozen Hcndltea
camo down on the train and five or
six autos brought loads, making a
largo representation. . f
Even Drenk at Tennis. 1
The tennis players of Hend were
not strongly represented In numbers,
there being only three men to come
down. Redmond has one court and
this was kept In use all morning. The
first match was doubles, Hend being:
represented by C. S. Hudson and
Donald C May and Redmond by Dr.
J. P. Hosch, mayor, and Dr. J. Harr,
, dentist. Hend won two straight
aets, C-3 and 6-3. Following .thin
May played Postmaster Moorfj In
singles, Moore winning 2-C. C-l, C-0.
Moore Showed much ctlvicjr and
played an excellent game. May en
tered tho fray considerably fagged
from playing In the doubles. Singles
between Dr. Hosch of Redmond and
U. N. Hoffman of Hend wero played
next, Hosch winning 7-5 and G-4.
Another match of doubles waa then
engaged In. May and Hudson defeat
ing Moore and Hanker Rodman two
sots out of three, G--I, 5-7, 7-5.
Fun on the Diamond.
After lunch everybody Journeyed
to tho baseball grounds where fun
rolgned for several hours. When the
Hend lineup was Imlng figured out.
it was found that a catcher was miss
ing. The Redmond players gener
ously allowed the use of a man who
had recently blown In to town. Dr.
Hosch called John Stoldl out from
the shade of hta auto and Imposed on
him the duty of umpiring the gamo
In the broiling sun. usslsted by Mr.
Kendall of Redmond. Then the fire
work a started and continued for
seven Innings, at the end of that ttmo
tho playera on both sides bogging
(Continued on page twelve.)
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