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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BEND. OKEGON. WEDNESDAY. JUNK 18, 1U1.
NEW SERVICE BY ORE
lndiiK Here nt Hillll i, in,. It Will
Aithc In I'ortliiiiil in Hi to ii. in.
TourM Klerpluu Cur Will j
It n On r r I ril .
Krfirtlvo next rlundny evening, a
ulyht trnln service ht'luocn llend nint
I'OttlHIIll will ln established ly tho
Oregon Trunk Hnllwny. This ua
ooiiuruiiiKiit came from Portland lust
Thursday afternoon In n wlru ro
reived liy I)ihi Agent Corbett. Tim
matter luiil been under consideration
fur ni'itrly n yenr but no doilnllii de-
Union was made until V"1' tl")u.
, TIim imttliiK on of tlm trnln coin
pletely uimtitN thu ninll servlc of th
Ueaehuuw valley, tho Oregon iruim
IimvIiik tlm railway mull contract
Tlm trnln will arrive In Mend nt H
n in nml leave nt K 30 i, in. It will
leave Cortland at 7 p. m. nnil nrrlvu
there nt K;10 a. in. Ti equipment
' Mill consist of mail and baggage car,
smoker, first clans conch nntl tourist
, sleeper. The O-W. It. ii N. JII ton.
tlnn. lin ; resent trnln, tliouitb prob
nlily ii..tklng some slight change In
. scheduli to fit In with the Own
Truuk trnln over the Joint line be
tween hero and Mctollus.
0lng to thu nhort notice, the
postonicn department hnn been unnble
mi for to rearrange the schedule of
'the stage linn. I'ostmsster Minor
ttutes thnt he will ho:d the outKolujc
, stsge, whlfh l dun to leave nfter
tlm nrrlvnl of tlm eveiilnie trnln, until
in the nfternoon nt least, nllhouKh
the mnll will be rvndy to ko out by
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. WEDS HISJANDLM
Albert Svlirrilrr Married t Kiikii
, Albert Hchredrr, sun of Mr. nnd (
Mr. Victor Hchreder of Hol)ut und i
well known In lletiil where ho was)
employed last yenr by the Mend Mill-
Ink & Warehouse Co., married
nt ICutmim Innt Wednesday nfteruooH.
'The following appeared In tlm I'ort
lnnd Journal nit h dlsjiatch from
'Hating discarded his green enp
ls thnn n month ago, Albert Sctire-
der. n freshman, surprised his
frlnds after he hint finished bin llnul
examination 1'rldny, by annouurliig
'lil marriage to hi InndlHily. Mrs.
Horn Miickle. with whom he nnd hi
HUier Utully.havo lived durliiK thulr
first yenr nt thu I'alverslty of Oregon.
The marriage took place Juno n.
the county Judge offlclatlng.
Schroder knew Mm. Mnckle In
Certificates of Deposit
WHEN you htivo money you wish to K-'t IntureBt
on, cull for n Curtiflcnto of Duposit. Wo iwiuu
those on G or 12 months tlmo nnd pny 4 per cunt !n
either ense. Tho certificate la nlso n nciroUuble Instru
ment unci may be iissik'neil, sold or cnshetl nnywhero,
the winie ns n note. Certificates beln transferable
cannot bo checked against. They should be presented
for payment or renewal whn due n vu do not pay
interest after date, for obvious reason. We are not
obliged to pay thesu certificates before mntuiity any
more than you could be forcod to pny n note bofore It
was due, but wo have never refused to cash a certifi
cate, whether due or not, nnd wo expect to continue
this policy. Do you know of nny wifer way you can
make your money work for you and nt the same time
have it unquestionably uvnllnblo nt nny tlmo7
DESCHUTES BANKING Sb
OF DEND, OREGON
11, VHRKltLL, President ', V. O, MINOR, Secretary
B. M. LARA, Cashier
B. PIIRRELL, V, O. MINOR, R. M. LARA.
UOMlllIK tl till)
it Iioiihk fur
lu he went to
I lit h own way
iiiiiviuhK), nnd nliu l( I
tl I III Hllil IllH MlNtnr Willi
colloH". Ho linn minimi
jlliioiiKli Urn unhHrMlty nml In now
wnikliiK iim h Inlmrer ililrliiK Hie miiiii-iin-r.
lin will co ni hi ne IiIh coiiimh hi
the uiilvuriilty for tlireo innro yonrn,
nt the uud of which time ho oxpuctH
to li'iit'li nchool. He In ninJorliiK In
iiinthuiimtlbH mid In h brllllHiil
"The mnrrlnKo In Mrn. Hchriiiler'n
necoild, nho IiuvIiik becolue MrN.
Miicklii In eiiHteru OroKon Nevernl
yeurn mto. Him Iuim ii 4o''"Mild nod.
Htm Ih mU yearn oldur tbmi Imr pren
JUDGE SPRira IS MARRIED
Weil .Mm. Itebiiril llH)nnl nt The
linden In I'liliiue tVreiiiouy,
TIIK DAM.HH, Juuu 13. -One
hundred' frletidu of Mr. Itebecuu
lluynrd weru Invited to ntieiid n
' pnrt)" nt thu home of Itev. Howard
McC'oiinell, pantor of the ChrlNtliiu
Church, Innt iiIkIH, (Thumdu)) mid
they were Kreutly MirprUed when
they learned (hat the evenliiK'N enter
tiilnmeiit wan u weddliiK-
After nil tlm KiH't bnd arrived
nt tho McConnell houm MrN. Ilnynrd
retlrtd tu nuother room und In n
nhort time reappeared In her wed
dliiK dreH. Judite (Juyon Hprluiter,
of I'rlimvllle, nlixi middenly nppenred
limstnni Oregon iM'foro uoiiiIiik lo thu
on the scene nt the miiiv time, . nd.dKn of ,e hure,1
before thu nntou Uhed Kuests knew Afu,r cIalKjrnte un
what wnnhnppenl..K Hev. McConnell d 0.Kano
wns In the mlust or tlm mnrrinKe
ceremony. Mr. und Mrs, Hprluiter
will reside lu l'rluellle, the bride
Kroom beluK the Crook County
SURPRISES HER ERIENDS
MU Hthrl Allen of llenil Married nt
Con mIIIn on May Ml,
Friends of Miss lithe) Miriam Allen !
were jclven a nurprlse Ut nlKht whenlpbyslcnl, as well ns spiritual, devcl-
she nrrhed from Corvnllls nnd
nuunced that Mm waa married on
May 31 to Fred Klleuburc of that
city. Thu marrlaic came also na n
surprise to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cort Allen, who were nwnre of her
etiKBKement but who did uot suspect
that the happy eveiit was to take
place so soon,
Mrs. KllenhurK has been a student
at the OreKon Agricultural College,
taking senior work the pnvt yenr In
the domeNtlc science department, Hlic
will spend the summer visiting at her
old home up river, returning to Cor
vallls to live, her hunbund being n
Mr. Allen ennm down Monday to
meet Ills daughter.
Weihlliiit (Vrriiiony Performed Ml the
.MillMMtl-t ( tuiM'h TimIii)-.
M'ss Kdwln De.Merrlfleld nnd Clar
ence V. Ilarto were united In mar
riage nt the Methodist church this
nftuiuoun ut 1 o'clock by Itev. K. C.
VhwIiiiiii Tli.. iifilv iiurkimi lo wit.
nena the curemony were Mrs. Jessie
Houghton, mother of the bride, und I
Miss Flosslb Itonsln. i In to llend Inst week by W, J. Julll-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilnrto will reside onlnon. to be used hero In logging'
tho groom's ranch northern t of town, operations. It Is the biggest engine)
licit!) nro well known In Uend nnd I of this kind thai has ever been,
the news of their murrluge will conm ( brought In here. It Is n gasoline
as a surprise tu most of their friends. ' burner.
SHOP GIVEN SCHOOL B
WARm WELOOI GOOD SHOWING;
WITH O'KANE HOST
IIUIiop O'ltellly of Cntliolli; Cbiirili
IIhn WunN of I'mlne. For Town
nml (Viiinlrj I'oK'llillliy of a
llo.pllMl llelii KktublUlied.
An the KUeNtN or IIiikIi O'Knne, nnd
In honor of IHnIiop Chnrlen J, ()'-
' Hellly of the Catholic church, 20
i ImimIiichh men participated In n din
'ner nt tlm Hotel lleiid Monday nlnlit,
i tlm affair provlm; one of the rnonl
IplcaMiint KntherliiKN of thu yenr.
I III. bop O'ltellly bnd npeiil the dny
' tnurlnjc np river throiiKh thu timber
under tlm Kiildnncu of John K. Itynu,
und accompanied by Katlmrn l.uke
K bee linn of lleiid nnd C. Ilutler of
, HeriiiUtou. Mr. O'l'nnu nrrmiKed
i the dinner n n token of welcome on
the pnrt of thu town to the vUltlnK
Mnyor Putnam for n few words of
welcome to thu bishop, nnd the lat
ter responded with n Blowing tribute
to the (Kisslbllltles of this country
nud the cltl.enshlp and promise of
the town. He spoke In ndmlrntlon
of the timber and lioundtess wnter
power he hnd seen durliiK the dny.
Imth evidently matters of tercnt sur
prise to htm. nnd snld much concern.
Iiik the constructive work the Cath
olic church has accomplished In Ore.
icon In the way of colonlxatlon and
nn-topnient, In this connection lllshop
O'ltellly stated that he has one priest
whose irlnclpal duty Is to care fur
the Inqulrlea of homeseekers and to
aid them In getting settled nnd
Hospital Plnn llninclicO.
A statement by the bishop of great
Interest to his bearers was that he
entertains atrong hope of being able
tu locate n Catholic hospital here.
As thesu Institutions, conducted by
Sisters, nro nutnbly successful nnd
are always splendid nssetn to the
communities In which they nro lo
cated, much enthusiasm wns express
ed over tho prospect nnd offers made
of rendering all K)ilble assistance
by those present.
Among the other Impromptu
spenkern were C. 8. Hudson. V. A.
Forbes, II. Ferrell and Father 8hee
lllshop O'ltellly hnn been n resident
of Oregon almost his entlro life. At
present his diocese Includes n terri
tory more than twice tho size of nil
Ireland, the nren of the statu east of
the Cnscndes being In excess of CC,
000 square miles.
HHIM-H IN 1 TIUCTOH.
A big trnctlon engine wns shipped
pARMERS' IA1PLEAIENTS for field,
farm or dairy, we carry in great va
riety of grade and kind. The best made
for durability and ong, satisfactory ser
vice. You can save money by buying all
your Hardware, Tools, Utensils and Im
plements here, and our large stock affords
you the best assortment to choose from.
Full Line of Sash and Doors on Hand.
N. P. SMITH
$8,8.34 ON HAND IN
STEAD OF DEBT
J, S. Hunfrr Klcrteil Illrettor nml II.
.. Oterturf Clerk Urtur Kcliool
Ibmil I. sue .May Ite .lkel IT-
miiirliil Iteport In HubmlMnl.
With morn than B0 voters In nt-
tendance, tho nnnual school meeting
1 Itch! lu the school house Monday af-
ternoon resulted In the unanimous
election ot J. N. Hunter to the board
of directors, nnd of II. J. Overturf
ins clerk. It nlso developed the fact,
shown by the clerk's report, that for
thu first ttum tho district Is not only
solvent, but actually -,n n handsome
ciish bnlnnce with which to fnce tho
now school yenr.
J. N. Hunter takes the plnce va
cated on tlm board by Mr. Overturf.
whose, three-year term had expired.
No other nominations were made.
H. K. Allen, the former clerk, was
quoted as stating positively he could
not serve again, so his nomination,
which hnd been made, was with
drawn. Overturf was then nominated
and elected. The present board con
sists of F. M. Hay. chairman, C. M.
McKay and J. X. Hunter.
Has HHHOU on Hand.
The clerk's report showed a bal
ance on hand on June U of 18889.34.
with 1C4.4& In warrants outstand
ing. The district's financial situa
tion at this time last year was that of
being In debt $852.87. The total dis
bursements of the year were SH,
C71.33, which includes the payment
of $1.1 CI. CO In warrants left over
from the previous year, and f H18.79
for school houses. As the tax levy is
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FOURTH CONTEST BROUGHT
InilUldiinlN 1oolng, (.' eminent Now
I'lglitH 1'elurxkc Kntry.
Having fought and won three con
tests brought by Individuals against
his ICO-ncre homestead In section 1,
township 18 south, range 10 east,
l.eo Pelarsku of llend Is now facing
a contest instituted by Uie govern
ment. Testimony waa taken yester
day before V. 8. Commissioner Kills.
The government was represented by
C. II. Aruudell, special agent of the
(letmrnl 1-nnd Oltlce, and the defen
dant by C. 8, Hudson. i
Thu grounds of this contest are'
thnt tho entrymnn failed to establish I
and maintain residence on thu land '
nnd cultivate It as required by law. I
The testimony goes to The Dilles
land olllce for decision.
Mr, Pelarske mndo final proof In
July, 1911. His claim Is on the Turn
nlo. .Mr. Arundell went to I'rlnevllle to-j
day to try n number of cases thnt
grew out of the Innd fraud prose
cutions eight or ten years ngo.
iii.mw is iu'iukii 111:111:.
The fttnaral of Karl Hln, who
wrm ttecldentnlly mn over by nn
automobile Innt TiiMdny night, oc
curred Thiirmlny. K. O. lllnen,
brother of the deewnnm!, cme from
I'ortlnud, whrr lm In mnnnMr of the
Norton! Hntl. With Dr. Oorby
offlclHtlni,', the nervlcon wura hold nt
tho NlnwiitiKer undertaking parlor,
nnd Interment was mndn In the Pilot
Mn It o cemetery. P. 1. Petit of
Arrow, In Lake county, who In n
brother-in-law of Mr. Ilfnen, ntatefl
that the decerned did not live In
Knimnn City, an Mated, but hnn been
a resident of Cnnyon City for many
yearn. Ills father lives at HelllnK
D. E. HUNTER BUYS MORE
White VMntr Hnlo Hring 9i:t,IK4)
to Hclt Hunter, Cntlln Ac Mini
nud Item! Park Co. I'lircliuoem.
At the public auction admlnls-
! trutor's sale of properties of the late
John White, held heru last Saturday,
O. Iv. Hunter, of the D. K. Hunter
Healty Company and of The llend
Company, added $7050 to his already
extensive Investments In llend prop
Mr. Hunter bid In lot 7 of block
Z, the Wall street corner opposite
the Deschutes Hanking & Trust Com
pany's location, at $3,600. He also
acquired lot 12 of block 11, the cor
ner on Hand street west of the We
nandy barn, now occupied by the
Jim flmlth saloon, for 14,050.
The White ranch up river, was
knocked down to Catlln & Linn of
Salem for $2,950. Catlln Linn
own the Pilot flutte ranch east of
town. J. C. Khodes, representing
the llend Park Company of Seattle
was the successful bidder for 80
acres of the old White ranch lying
partly between town and Pilot Dutte.
The price paid was $2,880. The
forty comprises the seU of the ne4
and the neU of the seU of Sec. 33,
T. 17 8.. It. 12 E W. 51., more than
half of it Including the slopes of the
butte. The total amount reallted by
the White heirs from the aale, ex
clusive of costs, was $13,480.
I'ltlNKVILLK WINS TKNNIS.
Three llend tennis players jour
neyed to Prlnevllle Sunday, playing
county seat men and getting the
small end of the victories, two of the
three matches going to Prlnevlllans.
Hudson and Keyes were defeated In
two straight sets by Bowman and
HokcnlxTK, and later lost two of
three sets to Hrewster and Illce.
Donald May won In singles from
Ilelknap, In two sets.
1. O. HOX ltKNT HIRIIKIt.
Hecnime the business of the local
postofTlce now shows nn annual in
come in excess of $6000, the 1kx
rents will be Increased, as provided
by the postal laws. After July 1, for
the ensuing quarter, the ront on the
small boxes will be 45 cents Instead
of 35, on medium size boxes CO cents
Instead of 45 and on large boxes 75
cents Instead of CO.
OIL PLANT COMPLKTKII.
The Standard Oil Company's plant
here Is now practically completed
with the exception of the tanks,
which have not yet arrived. The
railroad spur is finished ready for
the shunting of earn to the plant.
The manager Is expected In from
Portland In a few days.
jjk fejvi sfyM yjo.y i (Lsji(
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Dr. U. O. COE. PrttltUnt E A. BATHER. Vie, Pr,ldnl
O. 8. HUD80N, Clhltr
Capital fullr paid ... 826.000
Stockholder.' Ilabllltr S25.000
Burplu, .... SIOOOO
1HIS BANK is the busi-
ness barometer of the
Bend country. The fact
that our deposits are $100,
000 more today than this
date last year, shows prosperity.
TSk FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
C. C. COB U. A. SATH&R C. S. HDUSON
O. M. PATOtRSON H. C. BUJS
JUDGE SAYS LAW IS
Legality of Columbia Koiitliem Ap
propriation Arxued In Knleni, nnd
Claim of Htntv Upheld Appeal
to be Taken to Higher Court.
IDnAAd.1 TI.A M..IUltHl
. HALEM, Juno lfi. Foon of tho
'Tumnlo or Columbia Southern proj
ect appropriation of $450,000 re
I eel veil a severe Jolt In the first round
In tho courts Saturday when Circuit
Judge William Oallowny handed
down an opinion that the act was
constitutional and for the benefit of
the entire state. Ho ordered the In
junction suit brought by L. H. Mc
Mahan of thin city against the sec
retary of state and state treasurer
to be dismissed. McMahan gave Im
mediate notice of appeal to the su
preme court, before which the caso
will be argued June 18 If McMahan
does not delay the matter by falling
to file his brief.
Judge Calloway rendered his opin
ion on the merits of the case, after
hearing the arguments of McMahan
and Attorney General Crawford. Tbo
judge declined to enter a pro forma
decree by stipulation, as won at first
desired, but heard the arguments on
Friday afternoon and gave his decis
ion In favor of the validity of the.
law Saturday morning. Attorney
General Crawford and Governor West
are confident that the supreme court
will affirm Judge Galloway's decis
McMahan Podge Constitution.
In the arguments Friday after
noon McMahan made practically no
attempt to show that the appropria
tion act was In violation of the state
constitution, but argued that It was
wrong la principle and therefore
should be declared void. He argued
that the law was local and special
and took money away from him in
taxes for the special benefit of pri
Attorney General Crawford riddled
this argument, pointing out the dif
ference between levying taxes for the
development of private lands and
levying taxes for the reclamation of
public lands, the benefits from which
accrue to the extire state. He .said
the state legislature bad outlined a
broad general policy or the state re
claiming Its arid lands, and that
there wasn't a word he could And In
the constitution which prohibited
the state from doing this.
Judge (Jallowny'M Opinion.
Judge Galloway gave a written
opinion which says:
"The plnintiff who has ever been
assiduous in Invoking the authority
of the court In staying and withhold
ing the extravagant and unconstitu
tional expenditure of public funds of
the state, and far which this court
entertains tho highest commendation,
alleges that thts measure la uncon-
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