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EVERYONE IS INVITED TO COME TO BENj) JULY FOURTH rOR A SOLID DAY OF GOOD FUN SOMETHING ENTERTAINING ALL THE WHILE
THE BEND BULLETIN.
IIK.NI, OHKflON, WNILVKHIWY AFTKIt.VOO.V, JVSKitt, Jl I.
NO. 10 1
GLUE! GETS 182
Luncheon for all on
" Would' Ten m I(onIh Fast' Tram, by
JO Member Many Farmer Join
' OrgaiilxatlmiOintcl .CVnaJrw
Fun Luncheon on Hnturdiy.
Aa a fault of tho mombor-Kottlna;
Vl'uowusit wiiiuii oiuscu rmuiriinri vu
T Iloml Commercial Club has 183 now
inomliora. Annouiiaomcnt of tho Out
uqiiui o( Dm content for now ninmbni
In vhlcli two teams liavir boon working-for
u wnuk, was nmdo by I'roal
lout Koyes nt tho luncheon hold List
wciik at tho I'JIot Ilutto Hotel. Tlio
'tonin cnplnlncd by It. II, Ooulil won
ovitr tin ,1. A. Hastes' toam. nociirlng
UO mnmhera to their oiKiiont'n HO.
A ureal iltial of Interest centered
on thn contest, anil both sides workml
. hnnl n I Intllrntail by tho oxcollont
rem It. Thn list of nuw members,
bjIvpii below, shows that iiiohI every-
one In town wss lined up by tho so
lli'ltor. A very fow declined, but
practically everyone with n business
or a steady iKisltlun canto throiiKli In
kooiI tylo nml paid Ihnlr monthly
mlhsrrlptlnn of $ 1.00. That no onu
may feel offended by belnK overlook
ed tint Club workers will do nil I hoy
can from now on toward Rotting
.atlll tuoro nuw mombors. and anyone
who feel wllllnir to contribute to.
ward community work may fool at
perfect lltmrty to become a member
nnd pay tho due, aaya Manager Do
Ily agreement of tho two teams,
tho old rnombera will bo hosta to tho
now uiembora at a lunoheoii to bo
hold next Haturday In tho Fulk'a
building on Wall utrcet, recently oc
cupied by the roller akatlnK rink. It
' U hoped that a bit; anUierlnic will at
tend, and all fanners aro especially
Invited to bo present.
Komo WaRrr Laid.
Just boforo tho results woro an.
nounced a few ota woro mado by
members of thu two teams, and a
n result of ono wager at least throo
men aro iluo to havn their head
shaved somo tlnio noon. Tho throo
lookers atalo ponlllvcly thny Intimd
to livo up to their obllmtlon, (nil na
tlmo wna not tho essence of tholr
contraot, thoy may itolay patronlilnjc
tlio harbor tor a coupio or wcok.
Tho porionnol of tho two toama
wna Klvon last weak. Hero aro tho
names or tho now rnombera.
Ootild'a loam J, II. Connarn, D.
T. Carmody. C. W Thornthwnlt, J.
II. (JiHlfrey, N. P. Smith, II. Latham.
II. Palmer. J. M. Judd. O. A. Thor
min. Ilenklo & llynn. It. It. Ilonklo,
C. J. l.v(irntt. M. I.. Morrltt. I.. I).
Fox, Metropolitan Harbor Hhop. K.
A. Itnnitt, C. I. Iliwoll, Walt or
, CotnU. II. A. Oonv. 0. W. Hhrtaer.
KhmI lltiHy, J. It. Minor. 1. VI Pom,
' It. (I. UmiHtraon. J. F. Nackar. V.
, II. Crawford. J. II. Wllllnms. At. I.
KiiiiImii. It. P. Mlntnr. It. II. l-ovon,
1U Ferrell, Hugh O'Kano. II. J. Ovor
1 turf. Mm. H. Mcjnloah, J. J. Ityan,
Hlmor Ward. II. C. Hupplo. O. W.
i Homer. Al. B. Milliard, J. II. Wlmor,
I. W. Ileustoy, Thurman Cavo, T. C.
Morrluint. Bam niaketoy, Kdward K.
ClrevDo, II. i. Ford, J. J. "Colin, 8. M.
(Cnntlntiod on laat paRO.)
where you aro not known, avoul all trouble in
regard to your funda by carrying
These cheques are 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 are not available
finder or thief, if lost or stolen.
Let us explain tho system.
Deschutes State Bank
Successor to tho
Deschutes Banking & Trust ComjMwy
MEND, OREGON. 'f ' '
D. FERnBLL. Pre. F. O. MINOR, Soo'y,
B. M. LARA, Cashier.
n. Ferroll, F. O. Minor, E. M. Lara
-. --- . 4
At a tuvntltiR of Did Croatnory
director heru Int nlKli-. nil
& mnohlnory for tho plant wim
ordored. J'urchniu v,.vs inflilo
from Alouriio & CrlMmill of Port-
Intnl. Tho coat of tlio oinilpmnnt
tot a In nbottt 000. Hhlpmnnt
will bo iiihiIo Immodlatuly nnd
Monday-tlio buttnrniaknr, II. H.
AlorKviutorn win no lioro to
- nommonco Inntallatlon. Kvor v
tmori win no mauo io roi mo
oroamnry In oporatlon an apoodl
ly aa poanlblo, and ulrnady many
who hnvo boon holdlnK baok,
waltlna until tho nlnnt notunll
wna tcon boforo thoy wont In
with It, havo alRiiinod tholr In- --
tnntlon of "alRnliiR up."
J. V, Vernal la HflStit'fl to llcatli
J, Y, Pornot, foroit nxamlnor, hnd
ono aide of hli hoad .crualiod to n
pulp whllo on bla way to Prlnovlllo
lnt Wednesday from tho Ochoco
Tho nccldont happenttd noar Htarr'n
plaro, 18 intlea cant of Prlnovlllo. Mr.
Puriiot had oharRO.of Dto Inaoct con
trol camp that haa lieen conductltiR'
oporatlon In tho Hadgor creotf coun
try. Appnrontly I'crnot Waa thrown
from hi horao, lil, IjraJ utrlkitiK a
trno trunk, upon whloh lila bralna
woro dnahod. Tho body wna takon to
Portland, whom Or, Pornot, tlio do
onaaod'a brother. Is City Haetortolo-
Ily IO to t! Kcora County Kent Defeat
Prlnovlllo won tho batoball camo
played horo Bunday by tho doclilvo
acoro of Id to 2. Tho excellent coun
ty aeaj team with tho rcdoubtablo
Ji'mo Tetherow In tho bov, had nil
tho boat of tho xamo and deserved
victory by a blt marRln, but norer
tholesa, playor for player, llond did
not ahow up so III In comparison, and
had It not boon for wooden beaded
baanrunnlnK, sleepy coachlnx and a
coupio of "blow upa ' llond mlsht
well havo tnllled n fow inoro and
Prlnovlllo a fow loan.
Htoror and Van Alatro, pitcher and
catcher fut. llond, did Rood work. A
doion or ao lea orrora by tho Inflald,
nnd Btnror would havo shown up
really well. Tho Prlnevlllo Infield
backed Tcthorow to tho Quoon'a taatn
nnd Mhowed In all department care
ful trnlnlnK. If quo woaknci In
llond'a play 'allowed up more than
another, It waa Inability to run baao
with any dojeroo of IntolllKenre Morn
twuu practice, annpiiler conehlnx, nod
a llttlo bruabliiR up all around will,
hnwuvor, put tho local nine In reic
tnblo nhapu, nnd there I no rvasoa
why noit tlnio thoy ahauld not rIv
Hood nreount of thoniaelvo.
A Rood crowd aaw thu Kam. and
til rttrolpta went uulte Mttafactor)
llofore tho next name the bo) a ox
iiwt to wet down tho field tliorous.li
ly npd havo tho nteam roller pack St
Tho lineup wna a follow: (llond)
Btnror p. Van Alntru o, Chot Spring
er lb, McKay nnd Hunter 2b, Btovor,
m. Btoldl 3b, Paul rf, N. Bprlimor cf,
HurIio If, l Prlnovlllo) Tothorow
p. lllnklo c, Ilrnwstof Xb, Kills 2li,
Kstcwr. JtichurM-Jb, Ilawman rf,
uotioy or, lirutow ir-
tVTfcN aaaamJjtMaT T"
SHEEP BEGIN TO
lp to Tuesday Afternoon Four Train,
load Had Arrived From Coleman
HrliiRliiR 10,000 Hlioei llouml
, for Hummer IIbiiko Up lllver.
Train whlalllnR In In tho middle
of tho uftornoon, cloud of dut on
tho ronds. IgadliiK from the stock
ynrd down to tho Ilenil Conipnnyl
lirldRO and tho baaluir of slieop havo
marked tlio boKlnnlnK of tho annual
pnssaRo of alivejt throuRh town on
their way out to tho atimmor range.
Tho Mlioop beRnn to como In on
Friday nnd alnco thon many band
have Rono throukh town nnd on tholr
way up rlvor. For tho mot port
tbeso flmt arrival ko out to ratiKo
on prlvnto property, thoso who Rpond
the wesson on tho forest ranRo com
IriR later when tho snow la fully gono
from tho mountain aide.
Up to yesterday nftornoon four
train had como In with a total of
00 car. One car on each train Is
Riven over to tho home nnd equip
ment of the herder who accompany
tho slioep ao that tho net arrival to
dato haa boen (6 cars. A each car
carries nlout 226 sheep the whole
number to pa through town In tho
post four day haa been In the neigh
borhood of 1S000.
All four trains camo up from Cole
man, about UO mllea north on tho
Oregon Trunk, tho sheep having been
driven In to that point from tho win.
tor quarter to tho east and west.
The shipper havo been J. W. Fisher,
J. V. Connell and Kwan AfcClennen.
DIDN'T ORINUiETS ?50
DeorKU I.uckry of Prluotlilc (ile
KUOKNH, Juno 19. Cbarle Crt
nor, of KugiMie. received a check for
$C0 today because ho had not touch,
ed whisky for a quarter of a century.'
Tho money waa unexpected.
Oconto I.uckoy. of Prlnovlllo, ar
rived today In Hugono. When ho
met Croner b handed hltu a check.
"Charloy, .- uou t you romomiier
when you Woro a llttlo fellow and
lined o drlvb cattle with mo." replied
tho ontUnmhti.' "I told you that If
you wonld nover touch whisky until
you worn 2S roar old I would glvu
you &0? That waa SO ora ago,
but I in good for my word."
llP.UIKTUATIO.V ON ADM.V
ltoKlstratlan for tho Novmbr
nliuttnn linn (i)iu iMffiin nml thn nu,-
Istrntlon ohlcer. J A KastestraJ
II. C. Ivllls, nro prejiared to enroll
votors. Those who had their giamea
put on the lints befom ihe.iirlinarj
need not register again, Mmb iill oth-
or should go boforo tho umcurft tot
roglater und thorohy avold'sjlio TJlf
floultlo of wearltiK In imtfcleettfttu
dny. r'k "
Rakes, Mowers, Binders
' ,and Reapers and Repairs
.: 'for the same. Also a complete stock
,; of. Pipe, Pumps and Pumping En
Bend Hardware Co.
PLENTY OF FUN
BABY SHOW ADDED TO
Tmo lUselmll Onine, Trap BliootltiR,
Fine Feed, Unique Dance, Ioti of
Mimic Among Attraction Cnro
or Ladle nml Children.
Two baaobajl game, a baby show,
a trap ahoot, plenty of athletic events,
a parade, a flno feed, a unique danco
and plonty cf iijuhIc aro among the
attraction that will bo oncountored
by thoflo who como to Hcnd on tho
Fourth of July,
Tho general program wa given
Inat week, Tonight, Wednesday, nil
tho committees meet lp tho City
Council room, and tho final Kchodule
wl bo figured out and will lie print
ed next week, together with a list of
prlxeo. name of contributors and
other matters of Interest.
Tho ladles on tho auxiliary com
inltteo havo been busy nnd hnvo ar
ranged most of their work. Tho big
feod will bo on tho lewn beside Wall
strtMjt, between Tho Uend Company
omco and Thonipuon'o former loca
tion. Lumber for tho table la being
loaned by tlio Hcnd Company, and tho
I). W. h. Sc. P. Co. la loaning electric
heater upon which coffee will bo
warmod. All ladle In town nnd folks
living near town nro being solicited
to mnko contributions of cake, bread,
Pie, -milk, butter, etc. Already
enough Is lined up to Insure tho fin
est Kinu or lunch.
Tho old Thompson room, from
which Thompson's furniture store
haa Just moved, haa been secured as
a rest room for ladle. It ha modern
conveniences, nnd a lady will bo In
chnrgo all day to aalst visitor.
Children may bo loft there, ao that
tho mother will bo freq to havo a
A baby ahow Is nnothor feature
that tho Indie havo decided upon.
Tho plan has met with an enthusias
tic reception nnd a great many en.
trie aro assured. Prlie will ho
avarded tho handsomest, healthiest
and best naturod babies tctwcen tho
agos of one and two year.
Tho aporta committee hao arrang
ed for two baseball capie. to bcplay
ed with the Alfalfa team, ono Satur
day and the other on Sunday.
As It team Is coming In, most of
tho folka out Alfalfa way nro oxpect
ed to bo on hand. too. Word from
Jilfllaw la that practically every man
on tho segregation will make Hend
hlHjrboadquartara for the holiday.
Many arcetfpected up from.I(edmond,
from which, town tennis playor will
como to 'oro' racquets with llond
men. The Hum trap shootlnK team
and the gunner from Lnldlaw aro
scheduled to contest for marksman
ship honor with the Rod & Gun Club
and this feature will attract much In-
Itejfcst. . -
vjiow loaiure wnirii prouauiv win
u.0. added to tho .athletic program la
a lioaeoart race. tT wo yearns are to
bo forinod, ntul their reeqtjvu speed
tried out on a race with tho hoso
chrta, to a mnlys-bcllovo' flro. Tho
team covering n given distance,
coitpllncjIIKnod gotUnc watftr on tho
?ir WJMW.rLiiTjj. ntf- jstwu ror nil
OTSn!a7 TOOjflWrWflfee nl-
l'AVIUMi OUT FOIl FOniTlf.
inrougu tun co-pporation of
Engineer I.nurgnnnl and the
- First National Dank or Hend nil
employe on tho Tumafo Project
will havo tholr monthly check
on July 3rd and will be ablo to --
cash them horo on tho Fourth.
Of course tho Fourth la a logal
holiday nnd tho bank will riot :
bo open, but Cashier Hudson, by
arrangemont with Mr. Iiur
gaard, Is ablo to honor all these
checks In advance of run usual
time, just as tho Tumalo offlr.:
has hurried up getting out the
- payroll so aa to Insure all em-
ployccs plenty of cash for Dio -
Fourth and fifth. Tho payroll
now amount to between 111000
ready hns garnered in about f 2 GO
and more la expected, In addition to
many contributions for ' prizes In
The band Is getting Into good
shape, nnd as the streets will be In
fine condition the open-air nfaflked
dance-carnlrnl at night la expected to
mako a hit. Monks nnd confetti aro
being laid In for tho occasion.
Tho Hend Glco Club quartet ,1a
preparing a number of new songs for
tho luncheon time. Two teams for
tho oanoe tilting havo announced
their Intention of trying conclusion
on tho water. Among tho attrac
tion of tho day will bo tho perform
ance at the Dream Theatre, which
will' bo open moil of tho time. In
the parado a. feature I expected to
be tho department formed by Ford
HELD ON ARSON CHARGE
II. II. McMlcUle Accused of Firing
Wnrelioue at Itcilmond.
I). H. AIcMtckle of tho Redmond
Warohouso & Produce Company, waa
arrested last Thursday at Redmond
by Deputy Sheriff AlcClay and Detec
tive R. K. Deatty of Portland, on a
chargo of arson. McMlckle Is accus
ed of burning the warohouso or the
Redmond Union Warehouse Company
early on tho morning of February 6.
AIcAIIckle waa taken before Justice
of the Peaco Bowman of Prlnevlllo
waived preliminary examination and
wa placed under $S,000 bond.
AIcAIIckle and the Farmer'a Union
Warehouse at Redmond wero compet
itors for the warehouse and storage
buslnesa at Redmond. Detective Ue
atty 'has been employed on tho case
for almost a month. It will be tried
at tho September term of court.
According to friends, AIcAIIckle's
reputation la above reproach, and
they, maintain that there is no sub
stantial evidence against htm.
MORE WOOL GONTRAGTED'
Wcnniidy Company to Bring InTvro
llundrctl Tliouaiitl J'ound.
Preparations for beginning tho star
route mall service to La Pine. Fre
mont. Fort Rock and Silver Lake are
rapidly being completed by the Won-
andy Ltvory Company. Ono of tho
trucks to bo usod In this service la
already here and J. II. Wonandy ex
pecta to arrange for the delivery of
r second on hi present trip to Port
The benefits of tho quick auto ser
vice to Hend aro bolnR-rcallied bs
tho rancher on the road.uud already
a number nro arrnncltil: to-havo tudtrccondltlon but the flvo mllea btttweita
oroam brought In to thcrecrtfai3TPu)lua and Et Lakes Is tTard.a.
ery In this manner. Tha."cpniimny
lias also contracted to lirlnp. UJ, tram.
tlio interior country 13Q,0(70pquum-
of wool la nddltlon to...
pounds already nrra n EotTWjT: ' "
ww lWi'plrp Irelrfe IPftV
igtiW i? yvi.yp'JvL'y-iyvl y.'J
The First National Bank
JJ OF BEND, BEND, OREGON j
V. C. COE, President E. A.
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid -
Parties contemplating taking. Home
steads in the new lands just eliminated
from the Forest Reserves 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 new people coming into Cen
Gall and see us and arrange your fi
nancesso you will not have any trouble
in Having your checks oashed.
TSk FJRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND,, ;
y , i -,., j-zs DIRECTORS
u. c. COKT
E. A. SatJIEK
j) ' O. M. Patterson J
OLD SPOKANE CASE IS
Huprcme Court Rales Inter-MounUlin
Point Need .Vot Pay Water Ter
minal Ilate P1m Back Haul oe
Through HlilpraeiJt from Eaat
The Spokane rate case, contested"
since 1883, terminated Monday whftn
tho Supremo Court announced
unanimous decision favoring lli
Spoknne contentions. In effect this
mean that hereafter, ahlpments from
tho east to points In 'the Intor-moVn-
taln territory will not have to pay
tho through terminal rate to Coast
cities nnd on top of that tho local
rate from tidewater to the Inland
Tho commission Hold that from St.
Paul to Spokane tb rato could not
exceed the coast rale; from Alfssb)?
slppl river (Chicago terltory) U
could exceed tha coast rato by 7 paK
cent;' from zone, throo 15 per cont attd
from Atlantic coast points It couldr
exceed the coaat rato by 2G per cefit.
Thla mean a tremendous better
ment for the Inter-mountaln point
over their previous situation on the
rate map. So far as Bend Is concern
ed, not being; on a through contlneff
tal road, It means, almost certainly,
axeavlng In freight rates on goods'
fcom the eaat of the one war ratn
Ifrajj Die connecting; point at the
looyin oi me uescnuies to Portland.
From Sherman, for Instance, this rat
Is 62 cents on first class freight. Tha
Portland-Hend rate Is $1.01. Tfie
saving on shipments from the east,
thon, will be 39 cent a hundrcdTTn
first class freight, nnd proportionate
ly on other classes. "
As merchandising; and distributing
from here Incrttse this" wlllrovo
an Important factor.; In effect un
less water transportation la develop,
ed extensively via PjpamafTlend will
be able to buy frotn,fth(e eas a ad
vantageously a Portland, so far as
transportation cost 1 concerned.
When a direct jail connection Is In
operation from hero to tho east.
Dend's situation will be Identlcallr
aa- advantageous as Spokane's.
- FIRST AUTO TO, EAST LAKE.
Party of IJcpil 3(ent.Mnke the Trip
on Sunday -ItoailU Hani. .
East iJiko, In. tiff Paulina 'moun
tains, was reached by.nuto for' tk
first time on Bjmday when a party
drove In from Bend. One car made
the trip carrying R I. Smith K. M.
Thompson. Paul Qnrrison, I. U
Ford. Earl Houston, Q. C. Hankla and
"Members of the party say thatpJ
iroaU to Paulina laitf la In verviroarf
.aro being buMt at the hdpprldax'
lioin lakes aro In tne. state gahierea.
lervatlon and there are evidences of
fmirch game all aoUt. ..jVfes
SATIIER, VJ. President
c. S. Hudson-'
II. c. Ellis
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