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The bend bulletin
J .Vol'. XII. ' '
1 . !
IIHNU, OIIKOON, WKDNKBDAY AITKH.VOO.V, KKPTIMHIIilt .', 101 J.
.Mndo o fl Oier Work of Van.
' ffnl OnKHt 1'lro Patrol AMixtlntlou
jr&jgiL lllx Compnny'ii Tlnilwr
i .Mil. bo Milled At Ik'ml
It. W. Wotmoro of MlnimnpolK
oiio 41 tho limharman of (lint oliy
wUi Itirgo luusnsnu In Central Ora-
got), nrHvl In town on Moadny o-i
oud of tils roKi'lnr vIhIIm to thin mm
ftloTi. Willi Mill was Jldwln 0. Phln-
UrtJ1 of the Northwestern National
, Hank of Minneapolis.
Atosnlliig to Mr. Wetntoro liln.vlit'
It jit till ilmo Itnu no, wtyeqlnl alg-
Blflmimi. Ah preslditill fiUlto Ueli
trtu Oregon Kirn I'ntrol Association
k, lie In Jnturoatod In rhnekliiK up tlie
1 imii(Miil work w; 8crotnry J. II.
w ,1 jimivi milt iww.iih am iuihvvii nHR4
juio WMweinuoii una accumpiisjieii wi
Ibf II rnl season of )( existence. Hutu
lomliiy mill yosterday Mr. Wetmuro
'Spent In (ho timber south of town,
1 Ti left this morning with Mr. Hnn
r for Klamath 1'alU unit Wend,
Cn)fortila. Mr. Phlnuey will return
wit from the Inltor town whltn Mr.
Wftmore will probably oomo Iwek
Wr. Wetmore' lutrat linre nr
tllQM of tlio Fremont Land Company
otVhlili ho li secretary anil tronsur
ir. Through thu lilouklnr up of tlm
timber aeeomplUhud taut winter liU
'timpany's holding have Imoomo mm
ntralctl In thu atrip projecting Into
.tlio natluiiHl forests south oasfcf
Will Mill I lore.
Ultimately, nocnrdlng to Mr. Wel-
lagro, tlm timber hold ly hi comimit
in CrtMik county south of town
wtll Ira milled at Ilend. Juit whan
lhat wnuld Jin he could not lay. aor
tall It wftTiTd be ncc.wearlly ho done
,hf tho tirt'senl owner. They might
wt ... U.II1I. .11. VI f.ln, III. HT.III, mil
whoever owned tlm timber whon th
2 lime en mo would mill linro bceauio
m mtt went aiivaniasoa wiucii innuo
Itond the enrtaln mill oantar. "When
i tlio tlmo ronipa." Mr. Wclmoro aaltl,
"llfttid will lm ono of tho lartteat olt-
it in ui'iiiriii orcan."
"Thorw nro roacona too." ho aald.
"why tiiltllnfc cannot ho imntiHincd In-
, OnllnllPlr. Tho o:nnra onnnot oar
ir tho Intrrvnt and laxua on thnl
tlmlior InvoKlniontA vary lonK and will
ix Itound to mill In olf dnfunao.
Their llinlior. too, la not Improving
in rart, modi or It la Hlng tmek, w
InK alroady rlpo for ruttlnK. TIiojki
1th rarlora whleh ar worklmc for
moIIUhk aa mmui m other conditions
I mth fHToraltlo."
Mr. rhlnny la making lilit flrt
trip Into th la country. IIo waa much
lmpreMl with the npiearaneo of
tho town and tho character of lh
liHUdlnmi whloh hnvo heon nut uu
'INITIATIVE IhWVH IHJItATK.
So miicli tlmo waa taknn on flat.
V itrday with tho dlaoumdon of Mlhcr
: matlnra that only two or thn Initiative
inaaniirN woro dUcuaumt. that rolnt-
i' In if In iiroitfirilannl rniiriiaiintnlliiii
JUBT IlKCAUBB YOU IIArPRN TO LIVB IN A
COMMUNITY WITHOUT A HANK 18 NO IlEABON WHY
YOU SHOULD 1112 WITHOUT TIIK BliJIlVICBB OB' ONE.
THH TOSTAIi B13HYICB KNADI.133 MANY PEOPI.B
THUOUflHOUT TUB COUNTRY AND BVKN IN OTIIISR
PARTS OP TUB BTATB TO ENJOY HANKINd KAOIIir-
TIBB. V45 SOLICIT YOUR DBPOBITS I1Y MAII DROP
uq viiliw rv.ii. ntuiuuntiu.i vi. .v. v .
f l "VVIT UB IJY MAIL,
"UMmir ita tiv rAir,
Hoinomhor tho I.tldlnw Fair
on Krldny and tho Hlntari Fnlr
on Ootohor 1, 2. nnd :) Bdtur-
day, Oetohor 3, (a Ilon-J Day nt
tho Hlitnra I'ttlr r.nd ovoryono
koIiik ovor thorn.
and tho ono propositi;; a tnxn coda
cominlaalon. Tho dlnoutoilon of the
universal olxlit hour law will occur
at tho limclioon noxt Huturday at tlio
I'llot IlullO. V. A. IIIkoIow talditjf
tlio nmrmntlvo mid J. 1. Koyna, tho
noKativo. Othnr monaurea taken up
will lin nn followa: to Inorono Uio
pay of iiioniliiirn of tho lOKlalaturo. V.
A. ParliM. yen. Ooorxo B. Young, no,
to oQinhlno oltla nnd oouiitlo In or
tain oniti, II. A. MMlor, yw, II. It.
FORMER BULLETIN EDITOR
. TRIES SUICIDE IN PORTLAND
tloiiiihl I. Ilea, Who Wit on I'pcr
In 101)11, Tnhoa roUou Iwirxpct-
vi to Hrfoirr-l'liitttMl KruuoiMl
Donnlil I'. na, of Portlaud, nt oiw
tlm well known in lind, nttempted
to oo nun It auleldo on Monday by tak
ing polaon In n I'ortland hctvl. Tin
nttuinpt waa dlwovorol and ho wa
reiuovod to n hospital whtro tho ph
ulclaiii glvs )iionili) of hi reeovory.
It 'A undrHtood Hint worry ovor husl
ikms nfffllra waa tho ramts of the hc.
Mr. Itbfl 'e&Aut tiitS Csolral Oro'iM
over 10 yoftia ago, holng Intoreatud ai
flri.t In tho oitotiiloa of Him railroad
to Rhanlko. loiter ho came ovor ti
tho DMohutoa vallsy with his lirot'it r
Itohert and plattod tho ftretsnt town
alto of Madraa. With hla hrothor
nnd Don flloffa ho alio platted Kou
wood asrata tho river from Hond,
aolllng out n few years ago to the
present Kenwood Cominmy. In
.March, 1903 when Tho Hullatln flrti
bogan puhllsatlon, Mr. Ilea was th
Mr. Una has ln onwagwl In the
real oatato lnmlne and eugtnsorioic
In Portland wlihhlaatoii.fatlnr. A.
K. Hammond. IIo la married and
has ono child.
ABSENCE III TWO PERIODS
KluuOttV lllll for llciirllc or Hume
utrndrra I (Jlicn In I'ull.
Hoproonttlvo Klnnott ha sent
out foiil'x of n Mil which rvconliy
huoaiin a low through I1 otTorta by
which uuiiitiiunu uiiirjiiicu uinj iukw
tholr flvo uiontha leavo of ahicnco !
two period Instead of In ono con
tlnuou porlod aa formerly.
Tho hill In full la aa follow:
"Ho It enacted that tho ontryman
mentlonud In section twenty-two hun
dred nnd ninety-one, Itevlnd Sintuten
of tho I'nltod State, as amended !
tho Act of June sixth, nineteen hun
dred nnd tw.lve. Thirty-seventh Kt
utos, ono hundred and lenty-ihro,
upon filing In the local land ofllfi
notle of the lglnnlng or such al
aeuce at his option ahall he outlil.l
to a leave of nhaenro In one or tw i
continuous periods not exceeding In
the aggregate Ave inonthn In each
year after establishing residence, and
upon tho termination of such absence.
In each period, tho entryumn shall
fllo a notlco of auoh termination In
tho local land oltlco; hut In oaoo of
commutation, tho fourteen moiuhs
actual residence, aa now refiulrod by
law, must bo shown, and tho pornon
commuting bo nt the tlmo a oil lion
or tho United Btatoa." Approved,
August S3. 10H.
COME TO BEND
CALLED "CENTER OF
Hntertnlnment of Portland VIltore
Hero Characterized as "Hxploklvo
flood Tlmo" WIiomj MftliotN Ad
Men Would Llkfl to Imitate.
And stilt onthuslnsllo echoOfl oomo
from the Admoa'a oxcuralon to nomU
Boptymbor 0 ami 71 Hvcry publica
tion In Portland has glron Hond good
snaoa, and yet more Invaluable ntlvor
Hore are somn extracts from a long
article appearing In tho Ad Club'.
pubtcatloH, "Adltorlals," last wock:
"Ono hundred of us have boon to
Hem! and ftettcu back. Wo no
know where to find tho center or
Central Oregon and whon we rovlew
tho pyrotechnic hospitality of Hioho
matters or method, the royal raco of
llondnrs. we expnrlenco our "nt
doubt that Portland Is tho center of
"The chief mut said that orery ono
of tho oxcurslonlita would forever
make as aynonyma of "Ilend tho words
nltro-glycertne, dynamite, black pnv
der, rod fire, oxploalton. He was
right except that to be In tho confer
or any blast blown by the llondnra
was to reel bettor for the exporlfnc.
We eame having highly resolved that
wn would forthwith tee If we could
do as tnuoh with our town as the
maglelans of Hond havo with theirs.
"What I do want to uso tho ro
malnder of this week'a apace for l
la saying that ws wero recipients -f
the most Inclusive hospitality, tho
most brilliantly methodical entertain
ment, the most exploslvo good time
that wo over experienced nnd tin
wonder In our minds grows out ot n
desire to Imitate.
"How did they do It?"
COURT ANOJAIR OVER
The Tun County Htcnta Come to Hiul
On Nat unlay Few People nt Iulr
PRINBVII.LK. Sept. 19. -Tho Ben
Jember term of tho Circuit Court
came to an end today with all crim
inal matters disposed or excopt tho
case against Mrs. Bcoggln. Henry
McDowell- was round guilty or man
slaughter und sentenced to life Im
prisonment. Attorneys for John Me
Phorson announced that an appetl
from the seatauee given him would
bo taken on the grounds of uneonstl
tlonnllt) or the Indeterintnato sen
teneo law. Young McKay waa sen
tenced to from 2 to SO years for for
gery and paroled. The civil suit of
Llnster agalnit the City of Hend wa
continued to the first day of the De
This was also the last day or tho
Crook County Fair, and although the
attondance wo somewhat bettor than
on tho first two daya It was not up
to tho mark of former years. Llttio
Interest was taken In tho fair this
year by residents or the western pn.-t
or tho county, Redmond lelng es
pecially noticeable by the absonco ot
A lnrge qunntity of Henting Stoves to
. select iVom, umong them the
which will make n remarknble saving
in your fuel bill.
Bend Hardware Company
TIIK COSIPANY THAT PUTT'llK
"WKAH" IN JIAIinWAUK.
WORK FOR WEST
CLUB aOES AFTER THE
Commercial Ilody Takes Action Bat-
iirduy to Unro Kccretary lino's
Itlho.OMO Dcllnllcly Aligned
Other HccllonN Arc Intcrestcil
"PPrSllmlriary atciw toward gattni j
!nsfHircd to tho Wot Unit tho M0.-
009 ect aside by Secretary I-ano for
rwjliinmtlon work In this section were
tn'Kon ut tho meeting or tho Commor-d)urCllib-on
Saturday. Alroady the
attention of OroKon'a representntlVM
nt Washington havo been enllod t
the mnttor nnd Seerotary I.ailo has
boon nppealod to for final action tint
will iHHuro the spending hero of the
aunt mentioned. Btejw are nho lw
Ipg tnkon to line up tho different
..Tho West Unit, or thn aeeond unit
of tho Tomato Project, aa It is called,
adJplns the Tumalo Project on the
nSrth, tho lands lying nround and
down river from Cllno Falls. Ti
irrigation iKisslbllltlca of tho section
hnvo been tho subject or study by tlu
Reclamation Servlco In tho Deschutes
survey and a report on this project
has recently boon ronderod to the In
terior Dopartmeat. While the exact
nature of tho report Is not yet known
ll la understood to be favorable to
tlio development of tho project If cer
tain local ijuoetlons can bo adjusted,
.otlvlty In this connection at the
present tlmo looks to the relcaso f
tho report by tho Dnpartment In or
der Hint n complete knowledge of
those questions tuny bo had. Wltn
this, it Is said, tho local commercial
clubs will be able to go ahead to g-it
tho (mentions sottied.
Could ItrlngH Matter l'p.
The matter waa brought up at tho
Commercial Club luncheon by Robert
It. Ootild. who pointed out that with
tho North Canal disposed or ns a
placo for tho expenditure or tho mon
ey set nsldn by Secretary Lano it wis
necefsary to find some other project
boforo January 1 If tho tnonoy la to
be Hpont hero. On that date, accord
ing to Mr. Gould's understanding.
Congress takes over from the Inter
ior Department tho allotment ot rec
lamation funds nnd tho mono In
question will go with tho rest unbas
definitely allotted boforo then.
Tho West Unit, ho said, was the
ono unlnvolved Irrigation projost !n
this section that could be finlshod
wlrtilu the llmlla of tho fund. It waa
nlno pointed out that a saving could
be made by taking thla pro J cot u
now, since the Tumalo construction
force could turn right to this work
when their work was finished In u
Committee la Appointed.
On motion a commltteo waa ap
pointed with Mr. Gould aa chairman
to work to obtain tho appropriation
for this project. The commltteo b
gau at onco by sending tolcgrams tu
tho Oregon representatives in Con
gress nnd to Secretary Lane urging
that the fund bo definitely assigned
hero nnd letters woro written also
to Governor West and to Reclamation
official In Oregon asking assistance
It Is oxpected that as boon aa a
copy of tho report can bo obtnlnod a
meeting will bo called of tho com
mercial bodies of Redmond. Bisters
Laldluw and Cllno Falls to organize
tho campaign for tho project.
Tho following telegraphic report
from Washington tolls of the receipt
thorn of tho Commercial Club's ap
pn.t) for assistance:
WAS HI N O T O N. Sept 21. The
Hond Commercial Club has appealed
to Bonntora Chamberlain and Lane (o
ur;o that $400,000 sot aside by the
socretnry or tho Interior for rcola
n.ntlon work In the Dcschuton valley
lm nppilcd to tho west unit of tho.
PtX'tiu'o project, unb'm this mon
ey Ih (V flnltoly nsslgnad lo rtnii pro
Jdct boforo January 1, It will bo lost
to Oregon. The sonatora Will try to
have tho monoy assigned.
r.ntcnt Aunljf.N Hhows ItN Condition
I'tichnnged No Typhoid in It.
Oesehutoa water aa famished for
domestic use by the Hond Water
Light & Power Co., m pure. Reeont
testa of tho wator made by tho State
Hoard of Health show the same re
sult as those made a yoar ago to
colon bacilli and a very few organ
isms General Manager Foley of the
Water Company made these state
ments In an Interview yesterday. "As
explained Inst year," said Mr. Foloy,
"tho colon bacillus fa Uie ono which
causes typhoid fever, and ita toli.l
nbsonco from our water shows that
the two recent cases of typhoid in
Hond came from some othor source.
Tho 'organisms' nro somewhat dif
ficult to explain to tho lay mind but
It Is Btifllclont to say that water may
eontnln thousands of these without
being rendered unfit to drink."
FAVORS OESGHUTES COUNTY
Oldckt Kx-OfllcJal In Kioto llelicil to
Make Crook a County ,TJ Year Ago.
A fact not generally known In con
nection with the county division
question now undor consideration by
the people of Crook county is that
Crook Itself Is the result or a dlvlal ,n
made 32 years ago. II. F. Nichols or
Laldlaw. tho oldest living ox-offlolal
In Oregon, took considerable Interest
In the division nt that time and to
day I In favor or tho creation of
Deschutes county according to a let
tor Just recolved trom him.
Mr. Nichols' letter Is as follows:
"Crook county was formed from
Wasco county In tho year 1882 nt tho
September session ot tho Legislature
ot that year. Tho act creating the
county was passed near tho end of
the session. Subsequently, by act ut
the Legislature, tho Heaver CrcoK
country was added to Crook. At
present I favor tho creation of Dei
chutes county but nm too old to tako
an aotlve part In the matter.
II. F. NICHOLS."
SPARKS LAKH ROAD.
Ilceauau of the unusual oxyetiad
connected with forest fire fighting
this summer It has been oeceeearf
to lay off tho summer force of th
Forostry service before completing
certain of the work whloh had been
planned, and all tho summer employ
ees but ono have been turloughe I.
This need to economize will probably
mako It Imposslblo to complete some
of tho telephone extensions that have
been planned but work on tho Sparks
lake road from tho old Columbia
Southern headgato haa been started
and will be oarrled as far as powlbi
this season. Flvo of the regular em
ployees of the service are engaged
in this work now.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
V. C. COE, President E. A. S.VTnER. Vice- Presldont
C. S. HUDSON. Cashlor
Capital fully paid - - - 25,00Q
WE ENGOURAGE them because many,
large accounts began in a small way. .
Tho small depositor of today becomes tho .
large one of tomorrow. '
More people woufel carry Bank accounts
if, thpy realized how it., aids their credit and
contributes to their success.
By opening a checking account here you
take the first step toward finanpial growth.
Start now and follow in the footsteps of.
the many hundreds of people who do business"
TElj FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
' DIRECTORS -rnrn rr-r.-
U. C. Cob E. A Satuek c. S. Hnpsojf
O. M. J'atteuso II. r Er.us
E ON FRDAY
PARTY IS HEADED BY
Union Pacific Traffic Director on To'iir
of Country Is Impressed by Local
I'oaslhlUtln Hew Timber antfl
Calls on Local I!ulnMi Men!
Making Ms first trip through h'o
country sorrod by the Harrlmnn UnSO
since his appointment to his present
position, Hon L. Wfnehell, traffll di
rector of tho Union Pacific system,
was in Hend Friday afternoon and
evening. With him wero Mrs. Wln
choll and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Russell
of Chicago. Mr. Russell Is vice
president ol tho Otis Klpvator Com
pany. Mr. Wlnchell's oltlco with the
Union Pacific Is second only to that
ot Judgo Lovett.
According to members of tho par
ty Mr. Wlnchell's only purpose in
making this trip at the present tlmo
Is to familiarize hlmiolf with condi
tions throughout the country, to meet
business men nnd to ascertain for
himself first hand the needs and pos
sibilities and business prospects of
tho country. Ho was very much Im
pressed by the timber resources eft
Hend and expressed considerable
pleasure on being told of tho succew
of the local creamery and the dnlrjf
Ing potfslbllltlea of this section.
The special train on which tho ttuj
is boing made arrived about thrft
o'clock Frday afternoon and the paw
ty started off at onco for a slgtrVigf
the Umber abovo town on the Wosc
side of the river. Turning back hi?
foro reaching Benham Falls they ant
rived back in town In time to bwT
Mr. Wlnchell opportunity to call 'oh
a number of business men with wbgoli
ho discussed conditions. V
The party was entertained at din
ner at the Emblem Club and left
aWout 11 o'clock for Hood Rlvor
whoro Mr. Wlnchell was to make bis
Railroad men who were dlrecttm;
Mr. Wlnchell's travels through Ore
gon and wero hero with him wero
William McMurray, general passen
ger agent of tha O.-W. R. & N. Co..
F. W.- Hoblnstm, -assistant -traffic
manager and R. C. Palmer, superin
tendent. W. D. Severn of- Port
land and R. A. Dennis. Mr. Wlnchell a
secretary, wero also in the party.
PORTLAND MK.V HKRK.
A party of Portland business sion
passed through town on an auto tou
of Central Orogon last Wednesday.
Those In the party wero C. Mtmlngor,
president of tho Star Sand. Co., P.
C. Atwell of the International Motor
Co.. Charles Doty and M. Ruppeit.
It la understood that tho purpose of
the trip was to look tor Investments.
They came here from The Dalles and
went on south to Paisley planning to
turn north by way ot Haker and ar
rive In Pendleton to see the Round
up. SCHOOL IIKOINS AflAIN.
Installation or tho heating appar
atus at the Reld school was flnlsh"d
on Saturday and school began again
there on Monday. Owing to- the un
usual cold weather of last week ni
school waa held aftor Tuesday and on
that day and Monday the puidla wore
dlsmlMod early because of the cold.
Deschutes State Bank
,'f. ;. iiwn:
Wl) RnBI.L, Prealdont
B. M. IJVRA, Cashier