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The bend bulletin
BEND. OltEGON. WEDNESDAY, SEFf. U. 1918.
ARTICLE AND PICTURES
lt'iirliiiiltM Went Avmy Willi AMI
' tuilrt of MIihU CIiiiiikimI tu IMIrf,
Hn Writer In Hull)- "Trip
I h I II n I r I ii K
In the Kundny Imuo August im of
the Hon t tin l'iitJiitelllKoiier Henri
was given u prominent notice, this
Imlnx n riMiilt or tliu oxourslou run
rroHi Hint city Intro. On tint first
page or Hid real estate section or the
paper wero nix out showing power,
IrMKutlnii, tttiilk hiuI ollmr views,
nnd thorn wna an article or u column
nii n luiir writtmi by Uih i'-i stair
in nil who wna ono or llio uxourslon
Ista. Tho followlHK nro extracts
from this nrtloln:
"A thousand mllen travel In threo
lay throned onti of the most potoii
daily rloli section of Urn almost In
tixhaustlhle country of Ihn Northwost
ooilld not full to establish Interest
Hiid to lioltt It when tluiN established.
HmoIiik l Iwllevlng, miltli thn old
adage, unit the truth of the proverb
w. never, perhaps, better exempll
Ibnl by the 'before iiml after' attitude
of Hiliut or the excursionists.
"Indeed, oim lady, 'MrgjA. Main
inud. asknilftp Jofn tlflrnrerry party
five inliiiitt'ATjyforo tho tmln started,
wwompnnlod nor husband without
demur or rntnroneo tu her 'things",
thereby creating n now fonilnlno
Trip It Inspiring.
"Tho trip U Indeed Inspiring.
Thoro ! a country, 60.000 squnro
miles of land for tho home of tho
futurn, according to Sccrotnry tane,
where thnro arema to be nothltiK
lacking. Power Ii provided by tho
rails or tho Deschutca. Ono companr
haa already established a powur
tilunt. Timber, without countlnic In
tho government land on tho upper
tropes or tho Cascades, nearby to tho
west, growing In blllloni of feet, la
within easy nccesa of (lend, A saw
mill Is operating within Its limits.
Under tho Carey Act thousands and
tons or thousands or acres of arable
land Is Imlng brought under water.
In this, not only tho federal, but tho
male government, la aldliiR. Under
the soil He unknown mineral resour
ce. Thn soil I volcanic In orlKln
itnd the trnehyto rook, us easily out
as aonp when nuiirrlod, hardoua Into
iinwoArnblo Htono after exposure to
tho utmosphoru. forming the best of
bulldliiK mntorlnl In nrloua shades,
lilnk bolug most generally urfuctnd
by tho progressive rltlzuns. Three
Ihoiisiind feet In tho air on tho up
land plateau thore U MUfttolunt chill
In the air to Impart to the fruit thero
Krown Hint delightful flavor which
"A.B.A." Cheques, used by
also arc the safest, most convenient funds for travel in the
United States and Canada. Not good till you sign thcm;
safe as your own blank check. More handy than your
personal checkbook, for your signature identities you.
Hm Deschutes Banking & Trust Co.
OF DEND, OREGON
D, FKRRKLL, President V. O, MINOR, Secretary
It. M. LARA, Csihter y
D. PBRRRLlt, 1, O. MJNOR, B. M, LARA,
tan hardly bu attained In tho subacid
Hjioelofi, Mil (ill im apples, In nu(tr
fllnii'H, Vol tho warmth Is umplu to
rlpoii tomatuoH ut thlu onrly date.
Ilallii) Ait) Hnger.
"Nor Is thuru any luck of trans
portation, Tho Mill nod tho llarrl.
man systeniH a to both Inking euro of
tho new ruitlou. Mima will ooniioot
llund to the direct smith mid to tho
hU while oonneutloii Is muds to t
north iiIoiik tho valley of the Dee
oliiitoi. Only about IRQ miles io
main (o link up the aystum with tn
California I In on.
"Through 'lend will run tho Pnol
tie hliriiwitv. ussurliiK tu the rauehera
mill furmers of the country, with lln
posslbllltlM In HQiltrnl iiKrloulture.
dnlrylnic, fruit rulnlriK. timber and
niluliiK. it ready and certain murkel
for the outcome of their labors.
"A town or yeeturduy, llund la at
rniidy noted throiiKhniit the North
woal, Just a Central OreRoii U ol
tiartliiK Krent Attention In the minds
of dwellers In the Hunt and .Middle
West who are IoiikIur to Induce Hie
centuries-old deslro of miikliiK their
home lu the (Joldeu West."
Tlilrt)tUo Chit Nuiilrtl Here Hy
Mi'Ih'Iiiuiii l"ft Today.
Tho first shlimuut of sheep to tho
Ka.t this fall wus mude from Mend
today, there beltiK 33 oara, or n
trulnload. The shipper was Uwou
Mel.cnnan, who has had them lu the
mouutalits during the Miiumer. They
went tu Chleuxo.
'The sheep were driven In Monday
and Thoiduy, and are In flue oon
dltlun for marketing. Thero are
about TfiOO of ilium, luoludlnK many
ImiilMi. Tho train was runbtd over
the Ort'KOii Trunk, 8. I'. & H., North
ern I'aelflc and llurlliiKton. J. T.
Hardy was on hand to look utter
ADAMS CASE KNOCKED
Court Nu'Ulnn I-'orbc' Contention
That Kcr.lto Wn lllcnl and Hull
AK!ut City ituen to lccmbcr.
(Bpoclal to Tho Bulletin)
I'HINKVIU.K. Sept. 2. A case of
considerable Interest to liend pcopto
was temporarily dlsjiosed of this
afternoon whan action In tho suit of
Adams axalnst the City of llend tor
inlnated abrubtly when City Attorney
Forbes showed that the service of
summons had been niado Illegally.
So tho case Is thrown out of court
for this term, and cannot bo brought
up again until December.
The cam Is that or J. J. Adams va.
the City of llend, Adams suing to
collect about $1000 alleged to be dHo
on the street work contract, the 'city
wlthholdliiK payment on Uio grounds
that thu oontraot was never llnlshed
according to specifications.. Korben
filed a motion before Judge llrnd
shnw this afternoon to imash the
I service oi summons oil uih grounus
mat it wau illegally served. Alter
due argument, with II. II. DoArmnnd.
representing Adams, tho court ruled
sustaining For bus and tho case was
dropped. Frank Collier, a Portland
J attorney, waa also In thu employ of
Adams nud ussoclntes.
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fMra ,M.f UM
tourists In nil foreign countries',
COST WILL BE $12,000, BUILDERS BEING DES
CHUTES INVESTMENT CO. AND R. M. SMITH
FRONTAGE TO BE 100 FEET, DEPTH 90.
' While "thing are alow" In most
of the smaller Oregon towas, at lonnt
so far us the construction of new
buildings la concerned, llend seoms
to be keeping up u atendy gait In
substantial development In this line.
""A row weeks ago the MuUlg Orlek
building was placed, under way, and
now comes the nnnounoomeut of u
new structure to cost In oxcowi of
1Z,000, on the southwest cornor of
Wall and Oregon streets, Jtn di
mensions will bo 100 by tiO foot. Tho
northerly 60 feet will bo artctod by
the Deschutoj Investment Company,
composed of Messrs. Hudson, Cue,
Mather and Hills, and tho southerly
B0 feet by tho It. M. Smith Clothing
Tho new atructuro will hnvo four
store rooms, ouch of 26 feet, facing
Wall street, nud all of 90 foot depth.
The building will havo ono story for
tho presont, and will bo faced with
yellow preesod brick, tho body bolng
of llend brick. In every detail the
building will be modern and well
finished, with plate glasa fronts for
His stores and tho best to be had In
other finishings. The 100 foot front
COURT IS IN SESSION AND
CASES BEING TRIED TODAY
(Special to Tho Uullotln)
PHINKVILLK. Sept. 3. -Circuit
Court convened yesterday with Judgo
llrndilmw presiding. The first day
was spent mostly tn clearing up tho
docket, and today tho trial of crimi
nal cases was begun.
(leorgo Kentner was placed on
trial this morning for horse stealing
and a jury soon aecurod. In pro
ceedlng with tho caso It was found
that a mistake had been made In n
data In the Indictment and tho jury
was dismissed. A now Indictment
will bo drawn.
Charley Drown and Ilcrt Thomp
son were Indicted by tho grand Jury
for stealing a homo from J. K, Mor
aon uf la Pine and pleaded guilty.
Jack Sooley was Indicted on a
charge or giving llnuor to minora and
was released on his own recogniz
ance. The dlvorco case or Mary J. Con
way vs. Charles W. Conway was dis
missed without prejudice. No at
torney npponrod In tho oaso.
(Intnil Juror Drown.
The following wore drawn on tho
W. J. Johnson, Mill Creek, stock
Bend Hardware Co..
New line of
BEST VALUESIN TOWN
Bend Hardware Co.
age will havo a cement Mdewalk.
The Deeahutee Hanking & Trust
Co. will occupy quarters at Its pres
ent location on tho oucner. Next
will come tho I'utterson Drug Com
pany, with tho It. M. Smith Clothing
Co. and Hhuey's grocery store re
maining In their present locations.
During the construction of the
building, which will be started at
ouee, the frame buildings now on tho
property will bo moved. The bank
building will Im taken to the lot
directly south of the I loan building.
Tho Patterson building will go to the
lot between Mannhelmor'a store and
tho Miller Lumber Company olllco.
Mr. Smith has not completed ar
rungementa for thu disposition of his
buildings. It Is understood that
during thu time of construction the
business will bu continued In their
present atruoturoe at the places to
which they will bo movod.
Thu brick building or It. II. Mut
zlg on Oregon street Is now rising
rapidly. Yesterday Jack Tansy, who
has thu contract, put a full crew at
work, and unless some delay occur
on account uf the non-arrival of ma.
terlftl, he expects to have tho build
ing up ono story by the end of the
week. The front of the building will
bo of proceed brick, buff In color,
laid In black mortar. There will bo
! three storerooms, two of which havo
been leased to Innes it Davidson and
A. !.. French.
man. J. K. Roberts, Roberts, farm
er. Wallace Post, Post, stockman.
A. O. Klbbco, Hay Creek, farmer.
S. A. Sanvlg, Ash wood, farmer.
William IJ. Hess. Madras, cleric G.
W. Uranstetter. Madras, farmer.
SPLIT IN CM CONTINUES
CominU&loner llaylcr ataya at Home.
Sheriff Tax Ileport.
(Special to Tho Uullotln)
PKINBVILLB, Sept. 3. Commlss
loner Drown and Judge Springer aro
tho only memeora of the County
Court here this week. Commissioner
Ilaylo remaining at heme, and It
appears aa .If thing will drag along
about as thoy did at the July term.
Sheriff Klklns has submitted to tho
court a roort of taxos oolloctod since
Jnnuary 1. This shows that ho has
turnod over to tho treasurer JIG6,
32S.G1 and has on hand cash and
warrants totaling $2737.08, making
n total or J26S.0CS.C9 collected.
Ponnltloa on taxoa oollocted havo
amounted to $2093.11. nnd 1912
taxes rebated total $6397.12.
Hlutu Forestry Hoard Nainci Crook
Flro Warden Clyde McKay has re
ceived word from tho state board ef
forestry that the following havo
been appointed deputy stnto flro war
deos In Crook rouiity during the
present season :
J. O. F. Anderson, Meadow; J. A.
Ilrlnkluy, llend; Charles Congleton,
Paulina; John It. Curl. La Pino; II.
W. Donnelly, Suplee; W. A. Donnel
ly, Howard; O. M. ftllloHwater, Post:
A. II. Hodgson. Prlnovllle; D. C.
Ingram, Prlnovllle; John Mis, Illg
Itiver ranger HUtlon; Horner Row,
Prlnevlllo; Perry A. South, Ailing
ham ranger station; Will J. Snroat,
with survey crew on the Metollus;
llnrvoy K. Vincent of Slstors and K.
All of thoso except OerrbUi,
who la the lookout on Lava Uutte,
aro forest servlw employee, Mr.
McKay says, and no asks that all
forout flros bo rejwrted to tho near
est wardon, or to him at llend, as
soon after discovery an possible.
Several small fires In tho national
forest at Pine mountain tho first of
tho week aro now under control.
The Deschutes Valley Flro Patrol
Association had a crow of men fight
ing flro last week In township 17
range 11, which burned over about
3ft acres. Two crews also went out
tho first of this week to put out two
fires on tho Tumalo which did but
little damage. All these flrea wero
In privately owned timber.
Karl I). Houston took four men
from Hand Monday night In his auto
to fight a fire 12 miles southoast of
La Pino. Ho got back yesterday at
SHOWER FOR MISS FORCE
Prlftclllns nnd Itcbeknhs Spring Sur
prise on Her.
Tho news having leaked out that
Miss Lois Forco and Walter L. Wing
are to be married soon, tho Prlsclllas
and lady members of tho llobokah
lodgo arranged a surprise shower
party for her last night at tho French
homo. She was presented with many
useful gifts, and the 30-odd women
present made a Jolly , time of it.
After the fun, ice cream and cake
Miss Forco leaves tomorrow for
Portland to visit her slater, and the
marriage will take place In that city
on October 29. Mr. Wing Is em
ployed with tho government survey
party at Denham -'alls, and Is Is
understood that they will return to
llend to live.
ON CUHSHY'S THAIIi.
W. I). Cursey was In Portland the
past week, as well as Mrs. Cursey,
A telegram this morning from J. H
Wenandy, who has been in Portland
making an effort to apprehend tho
absconder, said that ho had posltivo
evidence that the Curseya were to
meet this afternoon In Missoula,
Mont. A description or them has
been wired to that city and the ohlof
of police notified to look out for
IS A NATIONAL
LET US TAKI
Your money will be safe in our National Bank,
which has u charter from the U. S. Government to do
a Banking business. Under our charter we must con
duct our business under the National Banking Act.
This law places our bank under the supervision of the
Treasury Department at Washington, A RIGID
EXAMINATION of the bank's afiairs is made several
times every year in the interest of its depositors.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
The First National Bank of Bend.
BIO 01 IN
242 PUPILS ON THE
This I Fifty More Tlian at Open
Ing: Last Vcar First flrndc Ha
IH, nnd Additional Tenrlier
Will In Itoiulrcri.
1913242 first da
- 1912 192 first day.
J911 188 end of flrat wcok.
- High School.
191332 first day.
- 1912 30 first doy.
- 191131 first day.
First flrnde. --
191348 first day.
191230 first day.
191116 first day.
Fifty more pupils wero enrolled
In the Hcnd schools yesterday than
on tho opening day of 1912, tho total
being 242. There are 32 In the
High School and 48 In the first grade.
Thirty-one of these 48 were never
in school before. All tho 11 tcaohors
wero on hand yesterday.
The main and tho three overflow
buildings are. Jammed with these
pupils starting the year's quest for
knowledge. Hy rearranging tho
classes this year whereby each
teacher has a portion of tho pupils
In two grades Instead of all in ono
grado, Prlnolpcl Shouse has made It
poMlblo to provldo room for all.
without the necessity of renting an
outside building as was done part ot
Teaching Stenography Xow.
A now course Is being taught thla
year In the High School by Mr.
Shouse, thla being shorthand and
typewriting. There aro seven
students enrolled. '
. ltt-apparent from, the first day's
enrollment that It will be necessary
to have an additional primary
teacher. Miss Bldner has 48 pupils,
more than ono teacher can well
handle. This number la 18 mora
than she had the first day last year
and exactly throe times aa many aa
on the first day of 1911.
The High School senior clasa num
bers only three, -aa compared to five
on the opening day lost-year. There
are two girls and one. boy.
Thero will be a class to take the
eighth grade examination at the
middle- of the year this aesaloa. for
the first time.
Young: School to Start Monday.
Hrosterhous Ilros. are at work put
ting up tho Young school building,
and school there will start next Mon
day. Miss Jean Ferguson, who was
elected to teach this school, will not
conio and the board la communicat
ing with other applicants and ex
pects to secure a teacher by next
The Arnold school opened Tuesday
In charge of Glenn H. Slack.
Painting of the Send school houso
was started yesterday by N. P.
Welder, who has tho contract.