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The bend bulletin
iikni), oruuo.y, wi:ni:hiay aitkhnoox, april an, iu.
Ami A IlimiiU .MUr Ammo Market,
lloiuohtriitler of Mllllrnii Volley,
, llocoiiies Mm, Wirioii A, I'orlie
' Wcddl'nj; lit TIlO Dalle
A flagrant wihii of jumping n home
Httuttl claim occurred here last week.
To make mnlarM worse, the vlotlm la
h Klrl, mill tjio offoXdur Is u itroiilln-
out Memf professional mnn and a
Member flf tli Htnto legislature.
The Klrl In the ease I, or waa MIm
Anne Market, who has been proving
lit on a homoatond out near Mllll
oan. The iiihh In uuostlon Is Vernon
A. Forbes. Oh Tuesday Mr. Korhea
a.ultl nut to the Market homestead
and evidently Med m matrimonial lion
li Its occupant, who came to town
nt ones. Tliere was very llttlo time
wasted In proving up (Iih new claim,
no leave of nbsenee or other delnya
felng permitted by either parly, and
Oh Thursday evening Uih Klrl home
steader became Mrs. Porbea, the wed
ding being performed at Tim Dalle.
Mr. Forbes hid liU tracks no well
that practically mi one here knew of
tV marriage until Friday evening
It la understood that even relatives
Of the rouple had n Hollflcntlon.
Thursday Mr. Forbes uutoad to
The Dalles, where MIm Market Joined
him. J .at or they went to Portland,
nud It la understood am now upon n
honeymoon trip toward California.
Mian Market oaihe hern from Rock
ford, III., over four yoara hko. For
two years ahe taught In the lorn I hlKh
school. Together with her sister,
Mla (Urlrude. she became a home.
lewder two years ago. The two
Klrl were proving up " adjoining
olealma when this now elalm waa fll
od The riueaUon now Interesting
friend rif thn couple U whether Mra
Forbes will ninku a horoestondor of
lior hustand or ho will drag her from
the ag brush to motropolltan life.
Mr and Mra. Forbes are expected
to ret urn here In about ton day. It
In understood tlior wHIUoooupy tho
Markul bungalow In Wleatorln.
THIRD GALL FOR BIDS
litnl Drpnrluiriit HUM IMikliiR for
Ktnr Itouto Coiiirnrtor.
for thd third Hnia thla yaar tb
inmiI iltlc dopartniwiil la raltliiR for
iilda for wrrylnK tho mail on t
Mar rant from Jtoml to Iji I'lna.
rr iiMiMt. Fori Rock an4 fllvr l.k.
no nitfieUry tttfvr t th depart
iitoiii baiB4 iifjtn rclvwl on wither
of the nthcr lN oosMtn.
'IhU ftm m m rn'","t
tbrtw forma, on far th trrUK of
-ii mi i on in rou'a, ona loi Hrai
and aMMind claaa mall and prlababU
iwi-i ioat iiiHttur. and the third for
bl-d and fourth (aml poat) clnaa
laattor. In tho Ural two a lump
mini old la naked for nild In tha third
it tdd nil a 160 pound Haala, tho
Wttlk-htn to ho crillld monthly hy
tha lUml poat maatar. A $20,000
txniil la aakoil for In Dm flrat oa,
Mid aoparat bond of $10,000 In
where vou arc not known, avoid a!l trouble in
pYegard to your fundn by carrying
Thcnc cheques nro equally useful for travelers
In America or Abroad. They identify the
holder to hotels, ticket agents and merchants,
who accept them at face value in payment
of accounts. They arc not available to
finder or thief, if lost or stolen.
Let us explain the system.
Deschutes StAte Bank
HucccHMir to tho
Deschutes Banking & Trust Company
n, FHRUWIiUProa. P. O. MINOR, Soo'y,
IS, M, LARA, Caablor.
n, I'NsrrolI, P. O. Minor, 13. M, Lara
onch of tho otlior two. IIIiIh iiiunt
ho In by May 20, Dnlly Morvlro la
MOIIK POTATOKM WANTKI).
Olllnlnla of tho OroKon Trunk nnl
atlll huntliiK tho country ovor for
oiioiihIi potntnoM to (111 an ordor for
r,0 iinra roooiitly rooolvnd. Ho far
thuy Imvn hiiou nhlo lo loontu only
20 of Ihn dnalnid uunihur. In a iiioh
hiiro rocolviid from J. T. llnrdy tho
attuutlon la nxpliiltii'd anil mi urKont
roituimt mndo for morn. 'Loonl fnr
mura nro flKurlnit that thla tlmn
Inat ynnr Ihoy nilnlit have and thou
thoy IiukIii to womlor whuthor thuy
ouKht to plant apuda thla ar,
MEETING FOR ORGANIZATION
OF GREAMERY SATURDAY
Not Itniiiiuli 1'n't.rnt nt f'ouiiurrclul
(.lull l.iiiicliiMin to Tukc Action
ImhI Wn-U Notice Kent Out.
It Imil limi oxpMtod that orxnnlzn
tlou of thf rrottiiiory would lio por
fmtoil niter tlio t'ntiiiHon:tal lunrhmiH
on Knlurilay. Only a raw of the far
niora IntftrMlail. hownVor, wore proa,
vot and tin nr.tliin wna takou.
At tho Itinrhoon J. I. Korea nn
nininrwl that ao far tha iiuiuhor of
ahnroa takou for tht) crnamary waa
within about 10 or the 300 orlKlunlly
plaund for. In addlttoii thoro wero
about l.'.O roWM alKiiod up hy non
iiharnholdera which mado morn than
waa needed for profltablo opuratiDn.
t'ndar tliiHB olroiimiitunooa It Huoinod
doalralilo lo Ko aliond.
Aflnr th uicotliiK a fpw of thoi
IntcroMtod met at tha Cninmorelnl
(Mali roottia and dlMtiwied orKanlau
tloii. lator aKroolna lo men! nxt Hat
urdny nfirr tho luncheon lo take
llnal atopa. NoUcm have lmn aent
to alt the alKiiora of tho article and
It la expected that thoy will all It
To Dale PndilhltloiiMN f-nd tho I'rif
rrlr In thn Ix-nl rirrlnrta,
KeftUtratlon for the romltiR pri
mary election cloaca tomorrow after
noon at I o'clock. The two roRlitr
Hon ofneera, J. A. Katia and II. C.
KIIIh. will hoop Iholr onieoa open thla
even In a: until 9 o'clock and will bo
on hand tin lo tho tltno of clonlnc to
morrow to roicUtor tho late corner.
It la hoped that all who havo not
vot rnelatnred will niako an effort to
do mi In the abort tlmn romnlnlnit lu
ordor that the eonfualon and difficul
ty of awenrliiK In votora on eloctlon
day may be avoided.
I'll to noon todav tlm rotatratlon
In tho tbrco preolneta waa na followa'
Precinct I) It P Pr. Total
Dwchntea 71 fiO 0 14 100
Aorth llnnd... 00 00 6 8 ISA
South Dend . . 8S 3 1 16"
In addition live have reglilorcd a
lndnpendouta an0 one na a Hocnllat
In North Hetjd. ajld fpur a lndepond
eta and two Hoojallata In South llon-l
It. IC. KOO.V IN TOWN.
ruintllnK the offer made when be
left town laal fall, K. K. Koon return
ed Tteeday morula, to Itieyect the
fceweir rvaietti whlck wna eonMructM
under bla direction. Mr, Koor wUt
remain for jeveral dava. Hra plater.
Mr Re MarehouM, re we with bin
nd will apend aotne wrfca here he
fore reluming to'her borne In Port
land. SIT'CUSHI'UI, IIIUTHDAV PAHTV.
Yulir INrtkday Partj" given by
tho ladlee of the Pre by tartan flulld
on Krlday ovenlntc waa a very eueeeee.
(ul affair. Practically all the pen
nlee In town were turned In by the
mteata and ft. Rood auui waa reallxel.
During the eveulnic an ontertalnliiK
program ooijatatlnK of readliiK and
apeakliiK waa renderel.
aaiaiaHBBeeBpB-apBsf t .
J i7"jTSi! VI i I
WORK ON TUMALO IS PROGRESS!!
Force Includes 300 Men With $14,000 Payroll
7,200 Acres Ready for Entry In 30 Days- Com
pletion of Work Expected by November -Adjudications
All Made Camp Notes
LAIDLAW, April 27. Tho work
on tho Ttituulo Project la now In full
awliiK with onmiia Noh. .1, 4, f, 0 and
7 In full operation nitd It In expected
to Inatnll cntmia 8 and 9 within a
couple of woaka. The number yt
men at ouch ramp varla from 10 to
100, with a total force on tho Project
nt tho preavut time of about 300
Tho fucd canal l now praotloally
complolod and will be placed In op
oration within ten dnya or two woeka.
Tho work on thla feature coiialateil of
tho excavation flf about UV mlloa of
canal throiiKh enrth and aolld rock
and the Inatnllatlon of a mile and a
quarter of No. 180 metal flume on
the aide hill. '
TIih ndjudloatlou of old water
rlKhta under the Projeet haa now
boon praotlcally comiiletwl with
the exception of one old water titer.
The IrrlKiitlon aeaaon hna coinmeue
ed and from preeent ludlcatloim It
would uem that a very lnro tinw of
new land will be placed under cultl
rntlou and Irrlpatbiii the preaeat aea
eon, Tho first unit comprlalmc alout
7200 acroa will be opened for entry
and for anle f water rlKhta within
SO daya. It la hoped that the lar
Ner portion of thla area will tie aup
pllod with water the coiiiIiik aoaaon.
Up to the preaent time approxi
mately $210,000 of the appropriation
baa been expended but thla Includea
the purchaainic or right of way and
heavy equipment. Prom the preeent
time until the completion of the work
practically all will be expended on
labor payroll. It la eetlmatrd that
the monthly payroll will run run
uniformly durlnc the aummer about
tlt.000 to $14,000 per month.
The orKanltatlon of the Projeet
anticipates the completion of the
bulk of the work on the Project by
October or November of the preaent
year, although It will require the en
tire 8Miionto January lat to com
plete tho looie enda and leave tht
work In a flnlahcjl condition.
The metal flume tbua far Installed
eonalats of four aeparate pieces, ono
300 feet In letiKtb, ono 700 foot In
length: ono 2700 foot nnd the other
2800 fret. Tho warped aurfaco tran
sitions from the earth cannl to tho
metal flumo nro built of coucrcto.
Tho diversion wler nnd hoadKate,
chock gates and drops 1 nnd 2 nro
Odd 1'elloMS Curried Out Interesting
Anil Huccpssfiil Program.
The 95th ajwlverenry of the eatan
llshment of Odd Fellowship In the
United Stated waa observed by the
local lodge last HiuiUay lth Inter
rating MMl anproprla trasnonlea.
The full trHU of the lodge turned
out to attend- the different ewr clean
of the dnjr which were carried out
according to the program puhitehed
In The Bulletin laat week.
Two features of the day were es
pecially pleasing lo those In atten
dance, the dinner served at noon at
tie Wright hotel and the musical
program nt tho afternoon church
services arranged by Mrs. Ashler
Forrest. Metera of the order and
their guests to the number of 72 sat
down to the dinner and over 200
were present at the church services.
For ALL ;
A COMl'I.KTK MXH OP HTRIOT-
LV PRHSll STOCK TO CIIOOSK
l'ROM. OUIt PltlCH IS STILL
AT TUB 1IOTTOM
Call an3 See Our
also built of concrete, which makes
practically the entlro food canal a
The liiilldlnj? of tho new state road
between campa 6 and C above the
the reeervolr Is practically complet
ed. Thla rond la on a level grade,
la built 20 feet wide and will bo one
of acenlc beauty at all times of the
year as nil the snow oovored moun
taltia to tho west are In plain view
abovo the timbered areas beyond the
Hull Creek Hani Commenced.
The construction of Hull Creek
Dam, spillway and bridge all combin
ed In one structure hna been com
menced and satisfactory progress la
being made. The dam proper wilt
consist of the gravity tyiHt of con
crete dam built to the high water
elevation of the roservolr. This will
be surmounted by a concrete bridge
built of five nrobee supported at In
tervals oh thn spillway erosU The
state road above referred to will pass
over thla structure and also eros the
Tumalo dam which will be the prin
cipal dam for the reservoir. The foun
dation work of the oonatruetlon of
flull Creek dam Is completed, tke
form work has commenced and It la
ttXiwcted that this structure will be
entirely completed hy June lat.
The drain between the upper and
lower porllona of the reservoir has
been completed. This work consist
ed of the excavation of a trench
through solid rock and earth for a
distance of a quarter Of a mile In or
der to drain a pot bole at the upper
end of the reservoir.
The werk at Tumalo dent haa to
date been of a preliminary nature al
though considerable has been com
pleted or pormanent value. The cut
IT trenches oxeavated through the
eenter of thejam to bed rock and
Into bed rock for a distance of from
10 to 20 feet have been completed
and about BOO yards of concrete has
alroady boon plnccd In the ooro wall.
Thla coio wall In addition to being
014 feet wide at the bottom Is heav
ily reinforced with steel. The drain
trench at tho lower too of tho dam
has been placed In the small trnch
and covered with grnvol and rock.
The foundation of tho dam has been
prepared nnd several thousand yards
of earth fill havo already been placed.
(Continued on last page.)
REPUBLICAN jiDIDATE HERE
With) combe, Out for Governorship,
l'nor State Anld Irrigation.
James Wlthyeomlw, esmdldate for
ReirtlblleaH nomination for Governor.
was here Monday, meeting voters In
the Interest of bis canrtldaer. tits
chief rivals. It spixare. are Ous Mas
ter and A. M Crawford, the preaent
vDf. Wltnjcomlie, who for 16 veirM
haa been head of the extension rf-
vision of the Oregon Agricultural
College. expecU strong support in
rota! districts. Of chief Interest to
this territory Is bis stand on Irriga
tion. He Mil he favors atate aid
fer Irrigation, not. however, by di
rect aunronrintton. bHt by tha' state
landing its credit lor Irrigation work:
that la. through lond Issues under
Uie proposed constitutional amend
ment. - From here Dr. Wlthycombe went
to Prlnevtlle and Redmond.
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III'M.KTIN IHHIT.H "KXTIIA."
To arouse Interest In "Itosd Day"
Thursday evening The Ilulletln Issued
a mlnature "extra," a little four
page folder, telling about the plans
for Friday and urging Its readers to
turn out to help the good work. Road
enthusiasts circulated the edition.
UHWTKH MOIIK HHTTLKHH.
O. C. Hcnkle returnod Monday
from his latost locating trip Into the
Interior. On this occasion he found
claims for a party of four In !st
Creek valley. Mr. Henkle's total lo
cations In five weeks now number 21
out of 27 prospective settlers whom
he has taken out.
GIVES DOT APPORTIONMENT
Tnv .Money for Kcliool Is Nearly
J57XM) Moro Than In ililll In-
creaoe for llcnil About HOO.
County School Superintendent My
ers has given out the apportionment
of the school funds from both state
and county for the different sohool
districts of the county for tho year
lll. The total la $22,342.00 or
$6,907.34 more than the amount
given to the schools last year. The
amount for the Rend school district.
$4165.40. Is $7$9.3S more than last
yajnfs apportionment ror Bona
1-Pr1nvlll $ 2892.S0
t Lower Rye Oman. .. 17800
J Johnson Creek ., 249.20
4 Mill Creek 196.80
5 .Howard 1(10
C Upper McKay 212.60
7 Lower MeKay 311.50
8 Powell Hutta 79.10
(Continued on last twgeJ
fflEY FURNISHES CINDERS
May Iks Taken Free ol Cost for t'sc
on KtrevtM and Itouds.
in ailtiitfon to the creamory dis
cussion at the Commercial Club lun
cheon reported elsewhere In this
(taper the meeting discussed tbe roau
work to be done by subscriptions
with the co-operation of tho city
council. According to figures re
liorted by Robert II. Could, one twen
tieth of the street surtace to be cov
ered by clndora had been finished and
It was estimated that with tho dona
tions yet to bo received nUJho work
could bo carried throuKh-'aaJWunned.
It was stated that In Mpwof the
raet that tho cinder pit wa On land
belonging to W. D. Choney a messago
had been sent to him asking permis
sion to use the pit and tho road lead
ins to It and that aa coon as an an
swer was " received further atepe
would bo taken.
On Mondny Mr. Cheney telegraph
ed as follows: "Until further notice
will nermlt cinders to be taken free
of cost from Ilutte for use on public
streets and roads, granting tempor
ary right of way to and from pit.
Wish I could be there. Am an artist
with the ahovsi!"
Following tfo receipt cf this mes
mkc arrangements Vers made to !
gin on tne construction o a taopier
ai the pit and also a now rt4 lead
ing to town that will shorten the
distance to be traveled. This will be
finished in a few dava and it I ex
pected that cinder hauling will
beKt'ii In earnest by the first of next
MORK TICAMS SUHSCItllllll).
Tbe following additional teams
have bsR unfinledifr work on tho
Mike nragich 1
Lara and Prlngte
J. H. O'N'oll 3
J. P Johnson 1'
r. 11. May 2
nr,.ooGwTfiS BBOS Mr efG 0!M 'eK5?,te,3i
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND.OR.EGON
U. V. COE, President B. A. SATIIKR, Vice- Presklenl
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid - - - $36,000
Parties contemplating taking Home
steads in the new lands just eliminated
from the Forest Reterves, should bear in
mind that Bend is the closest Banking
town to these lands.
We are making a special effort to be
of service to ne,w people coming into Gen
tral'Oregon. Gall and see ys and arrange your fi
nances, soyou will not have any trouble
in having your checks cashed.
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
- ' ' DIRECTORS -
U. C. COK E. A. SATIIElt C. S. IlUDSOX
O. M. Hatstkkson H. r. Et.r.13
WO 5WG !M,e
ROAD DAY" SEES
CINDERS PLACED ON
About 00 Men and in Tennis Put In
Prldny on Htrcct nnd Itoail Im
Iirovemcnts Generous Contri
butions Assure Cinders for All
A very great deal In the way of
street and read Improvement was
accomplished In and around Itend on
Friday, the city s official Good Road:a
Half of Oregon street, between
llond and Wall, receiving a coating
of cinders C Inches deep. At least
three roads leading out of town .got
a lot of needed attention, and on
others specially bad places wero fix
In all about uo men ana 16 teams
put In a day. Aside from the cinder
work, there was little definitely
planned and the work was placed by
the volunteers as they saw fit. While
the lesults of the day's activity of
the amatour road workers waa ex
cellent, there was some disappoint
ment that moro did not turn out.
Business waa not suspended, and
contributions of labor were made
chiefly by those who already have
agreed to pay for teams for future
att Work at Cinder I'll.
Before eight o'clock the cinder pit
at the base of Pilot llulte was ope&
atlng full time, without about 20,
volunteer shovelers filling the 10
wagons as fast as'they appeared. Dur
ing the afternoon the number of
teams was increased to 14. Five
men distributed tho cinders on Ore
gon street as fast as the teams
brought them. Practically all the;
workera came uador the head of "non
professionals." although a few busi
nessmen preferred to hire substitutes
rather than serve themselves with
ploks. M. J. Danlelson was In charge.
As the cinders wero laid they re
ceived a thorough wetlng. With tho
stretch of street cindered the mater
ial can be g von a good try-out as a
substitute for the far more expensive
crushed rock. It already haa proved
Its efficiency on. the streota of Red
mond, although thero :t is understood
the cinders wero not placed on so
thickly, and fewer largo lumps wero
used. The county roller wlU be run
over the newly laid cinders as soon as
It can be procured.
The Oregon street work Is a fore
runner of largor street improvement,
for the" city has agreed to dupli
cate the yardage paid tor by private
subscription.'' Up tojUie present
those active In this umJerwklag J.
A. Eastes and D. M. DftVto who have
labored hardest In "signing up" eon-trtbuiotiona-bsve
secured 113 toons.
that is, the signers have agreed to
pay for that many teams, with driv
ers, for one day'a work. The etty wilt
duplicate thla amount. It Is esti
mated that altogether It will be ftes
slble to place cinders on all of tbe
streets bounding blocks 9, 16 ead 11;.
that Is Oregon and Wall streeUtfroia
Oreenwood to Ohio, and the. four
connecting streets. '.'
Iji Pino Itoail Improved. j
Probably the most Important tin
provement done outside of town vas
(Continued on page three.)
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