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The bend bulletin.
REND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY Al 'TERNOON, .lAXl'AltV 2(1, 11)1(1.
MADE BY FORBES
SEEKS REELECTION TO
IIciul Mini AVIifi Iiiin Served Two
Terms In Stato Legislature Again
a Candidate for Republican
.Nomination Has Keen Active
Vernon A. Forbes, of Rond, lina
-this week announced his candidacy
for tho Republican nomination for
roprcsontntlvo In the state legislature
at the prlmnrlcs to lie held on May
Mr. Forbes Is at present Bcrvlng
Ills second term as representative
from this district, which Includes all
of Crook, Grant, Jefferson, Klamath
and Lako counties, Wesley O. Smith
of Klamath Kails, being Joint rcpre
.sontatlvo with him.
In his first term Mr. Forbes took
a prominent part In tho work of tho
house, Identifying hlnuloir with a
3iumbor,of legislative measures which
havo boon looked upon as niriong tho
most Important of tho session. Tho
.act of most Importance locally with
-which ho was connected was that for
the- construction of tho Tumnlo pro
ject by tho stato. At the latest ses
sion ho completed his work in this
connection by nldlng In tho passage
of tho bill under which tho project Is
Other measures in which Mr.
Forbes took un Interest at tho latest
session of tho lcglslntuvo was tho so
called "Jack rabbit" bill, and tho
creamery discrimination bill, both of
vhlch ho prepared. Tho formor pro
vided for an appropriation by tho
Btato to bo Bpont, with sums set aside
by tho counties, In exterminating
Jack rabbits, whllo tho croamor'y bill
put an end to tho practlco of power
ful city creameries in crushing coun
try creameries by unfair competitive
It Is undor tho provisions of tjio
Jack rabbit bill that tho campaign
against tho pest is now being waged
In Crook county.
Mr. Forbes was also Instrumental
In saving from tho Schuobel repeal
bill tho appropriation for tho experi
ment farms conducted by tho Oregon
Agricultural College, which aro do
lng an important work for tho farms
of tho state, especially those of eas
tern and Coptral Oregon.
Mr. Forbes was raised on a farm
In Minnesota, gaining his education,
including his legal training nt the
University of Minnesota, through his
own offorts. Ho has been prominent
ly mentioned nioro than once in tho
past ns a possible candidate for tho
speakership of tho House.
W. L. COUB, I'ro. . K. HUNTER, Vlce-Pres
THOS. CODIJ, Cnshlor
THE CENTRAL OREGON
Capital $25,000, Fully Paid
essary for present
existence and- future
aiid saving of money.
Our business is the safe
custody of the people's
money, nnd the pay
ment of fair interest in
o u r Savings Depart
ment. A solid, well
established bank at
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.LODGE
TO HOLD C1VFJTI0N SOON
County Members to Meet In Redmond
on February 5 Grand OMccih to
REDMOND, Jan 2D. (Special.
Tho Knights of Pythias lodges of
Crook county wllliiold n district con
vention In Hcdmond the evening of
Fobruary five, tho lodges participat
ing being thoeo of Hand, Prlnovlllo
Soveral of tho Grand Lodge ofllcers
will bo In tho county at that tlmo and
will meet with tho i.nlghts of this
district. Uesldos npeeches from tho
grand ofllcers thoro will bo addresses
from prominent memborn of tho locnl
lodges. A fcaturo of tho convention
will bo a contcot in tho Third Rank
work between the lodgos
Hcdmond lodge will entertain Vat
midnight In tho banquet hall and will
mako every offort to maintain her
roputatlon for doing things correctly.
It is understood that the Ilcnd
Knights will arrlvo on tho ovcnlng
train whllo thono from Prlnovlllo will
arrlvo by auto. A local reception
comniltteo will attend to tho needs
oi tho Knights when they arrlvo.
TO IMPROVE HATCHERY
I'l.sli nnd Game Commission Votes
Funds nt Meeting Yesterday.
(Special to Tho Rullotln.)
PORTLAND, Jnn. 25 Tho Stato
Ffsh and Uamo Commission today
day voted $400 for Improvements nt
tho Rend Fish hatchery on rccom
mcndntlon of Suporlntondont of
Hntchorlos Clanton. Tho amount will
bn used lii enforcing tho ditch bring
ing water from tho rlvor to tho pondo
and tho onlnrgemont of tho ponds
Last year thoy proved vory Inade
quate and nn unsatisfactory record
was mado. With assurances of high
water this summer and with bettor
nnndR fur fcodlnc tho trout nftor
hatching, tho commission feela that
excellent results can bo obtained. Tho
eggs aised at Rend will bo brought
from the Odoll stntlon. Operation
of tho hatchory to Its full capacity Is
SAVINGS DEPT. OPENED
Tho Central Oregoif Rank to Encour-
n HO Small Deposits.
In order to offor nn opportunity
for Its patrons to mako savings, Tho
Central Oregon Rank this wook open
ed a savings department In connec
tion with the other business of tho
Tho plan, according. to W. L. Cobb.
presldont.of tho bank, will bo carried
out along tho llnps used by tho
stfoncost stato banks In Oregon,
which evorywhoro aro proving a big
success. Special Inducomonts, ho
says, will bo made to encourago jmall
savings upon which Interest will bo
Doposlts upwards of one dollar will
rocelvo tho attention of tho bank or
conn d. e. hunter
MUCH PLEASED WITH
New Picsldent of The ShevllnMllxon
Company Inspects Wink Other
Olllclnls With llliu March I Is
Now Set, As Opening1 Date.
Frank P. Hlxon, president of Tho
Shevlln-Hlxon Company silica tho
death of T. L. Shovllu, spout Tues
day in Rend, arriving on tho Oregon
Trunk train In tho morning and leav
ing last Ight. With him were E. II.
Den, J. A. Nichols, H. Q. Klop and
C O. Jenks, gcnoral manager of tho
S. P. & 8. Only Mr. Jenks wont out
with Mr. Hlxon last night.
Mr.Hlxon's visit at this tlmo hnd
no especial significance, according to
a statomont mado by a company of
ficial this morning. Ho w'aB on his
way to Join his family in Pasadena
for tho wlntor and enmo up to Hond
to boo how work on tho plant was
progressing. Tho forenoon was spent
nt tho odlce nnd around tho various
buildings and In the nftoruoon n trip
was mado Into the timber.
' Mr. Hlxon wns greatly plcasod with
conditions as ho found them In tho
various departments of tho work'.
March 1 Is 'now set as the dato on
which sawing will begin.
Tho other mombors of tho party,
who havo stayed ovor today, aro cn
gagod in matters connected with their
dopartmonts, Mr. Nichols with the
logging, Mr. Klop with tho sash plant
and Mr. Doa with genoral mnttors.
If they aro ablo to finish they will
STREET PLANS MADE
City Will Provide (10 FooV Approach
To New I Iridic.
Furthe- progress In tho work to
bo don.i by thp city In providing n
sultablo .ipproaei U tho nc bMdge
over tliu power company dniu was
elTerted nt n spoolnl mooting of tho
cr.iinru Mondny. At that tliiio Mr.
Frank Sullivan, representing tho
ownors of tho Pilot Rutte hotol prop
erty, mndo a deflnlto proposition to
tho council In respect to tho street,
which was accepted.
Undor tho arrangement tho city
and tho hotol owners will oxchnngo
tracts on tho atrcot agreed to bo
equal lu value, so that no cash Is
involvod. Tho Redd Company Is giv
ing a ploco of land noededind an ox
chango will ho mado with other own
ers. Tho Rend Wator Light & Power
Co. gives a right of way.
Tho now stroot will be CO feet wldo
Instead or 80 as originally planned,
and the steel spiln, 20 feet wide.
Deputy County Surveyor Gould Is
now In correspondence with tho state
highway ofllco concerning tho opau.
We carry a complete
line of goods
FOR THE HUNTER
Look over our stock
of Rifles, Shotguns
Bend Hardware Co.
The Company thai put tho "Wour" in Hardware
IF YOU DID NOT GET A CATALOG
CALL FOR ONE
HOTEL WILL BE
CREDIT TD CITY
PILOT BUTTE OWNERS
To Kioct Three Story Rulldliig on
Couttyard Will Have' Verandahs
In Front and Rear To Hu-.li
Construction When Started.
Although completo details havo not
been worked out It Is nlrcndy evident
from statements mado by Interested
parties that in the new Pilot Rutte
hotel, to be built d 'ring the earning
summer Rend will havo n modern
hotol. second Id none in Oregon out
sldo of Portland.
Sfnco their purchase of tho prop
erty In December the now owners,
Messrs. Frank Sullivan and Phillip
Rrooks, have spont considerable time
studying tho question of the now
building and when hero last wook
Mr. Rrooks had with him a set of ten
tntlvo plans prepared by his archi
tect. As thoy wero drawn without
tnklng 'nto account tho rond changes
proposed In connection with tho new
bridge certain changes wero found to
bo necessary which Mr. Rrooks Is now
In general tho plans now under
consideration call for n building on
tnrce sides of a court yard, in the
stylo of tho Portland hotel. It will
bo three storlos hlgti. On tho front
nnd back will bo verandahs, tho lat
ter giving a view of the rlvor and
mountains. Retwcen tho building
nnd tho now street tho grounds will
Tho present Idea of tho ownors Is
to mako no uso whatever of tho old
building after construction begins,
but to tenr It down and orcct-tho now
hotel Just as fast as possible. To
this end all material will be assembl
ed boforo work begins and a Inrgo
crow employed In tho construction
when the time comes.
Mr. Rrooks oxpects to return to
'town soon with completed plniiB, Mr.
Sullfvau will now remain hero, lu
dollultely attending to tho manage
ment of tho hotol- nnd tho Rrooks
Scnnlon boarding camps.
ELECTION OFFICIALS NAMED.
Election ofTlclnls for tho throo Rend
precincts and tor Konwood precinct,
established at a recent session or tho
county court, havo been appointed as
follows: Rond precinct No. 3, Judges
Chas. W. Ersklne, Frank Mny. Ash
ley Forrest, clerko, J. F. Arnold, I).
M. Davjs; Rend precinct No. 4, Judges
C. M. McKay, 8. C. Caldwell, M, I).
Knutsen. clerkB, P. C. Garrison, N.
A. Southwlck; Rend preolnct No., G,
Judges, L. I). Wlost, Ross Farnhnm,
E. P. Rrostorhous, clerks 0. S.
Young, Lyle Richardson, Konwood
precinct: Judges, John J. Cunning
ham, D. V. Mackintosh, J. E. Engo
broUon, clorkB, J. Edwnrd Larson,
R. R. Gould.
S0LEMNIZE0 LAST NIGHT
Popular Couple Married In Pieshyter
Inii Chinch Ry Rev. II. C. Ilart-
ratiit-Thcy Will Reside In Rend.
Tho mnrrlngo of Miss Florence
Elizabeth Davis and William Jay
Sproat was solemnized nt C o'clock
last evening In tho Presbyterian
church by Rev. II. C. Hartranft. A
largo number of friends of the bride
and groom wore present. Following
tho ceremony tho brldul couple left
on the evening train for Portland and
Pugot Sound cities to be away about
Proceeding the wedding march, Mrs.
Ashley Forrest snug Dekoien's "O,
Promlso Me," accompanied on the
piano by Mrs. Geuevlevo MncLaurln,
nnd Mrs. Elmer Ward on tho violin.
Mrs. Nat. G. DnVls, Jr,, was maid
of honor and R. A, Stover accompan
ied tho bride groom.
The bride Is tho daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. N. G. Davis and Is well
known In Rond and vicinity. For
more thnn two yonrs she has been
Identified with tho Pioneer Tele
phone and Telegraph Company's lo
cal odlce. Tho groom Is identified
with the govornmont forest sorvlco ns
forest assistant, a position ho has
hold on sovcrnl national forests bIiicu
1912. He Is a graduate of the Mich
igan Agricultural collego of tho class
of 1911 and of tho Ynlo Forestry
Bchool, whero ho obtained his degreo
of master or forestry In 1912. Mr.
Sproat has been associated with tho
Deschutes natlonnl forest since 1913,
Shortly nft'er tholr return Mr. nnd
Mrs. Sproat will occupy tholr now
homo now being built In Roulevard
Popular Young Tiimalo Couple Mar
ilcd Hero Ycstetday.
Theo. G. Reckcr and Miss Fay
Corking, or Tumalo, woro married
yesterday afternoon nt tho Methodist
parsonago by Rev. Franklin m W.
Kcngy 1n ho prcsonoo of m -few
friends. v For tho presont thoy will
live at Tumnlo, in tho spring possibly
moving to Hood Rlvor, whero Mr.
Decker hns a ranch.
Roth Mr. Decker nnd his brldo aro
well known residents of Tumalo, Mrs.
Rcckor being tho only dnughtor of
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. R. Oork.lng. nnd
Mr. Reckcr n popular jbuniil'man In
thnt locnllty. Ho Iuib lived tn this
section tor 12 years, coming hero
from Detroit, Michigan.
Rapt 1st Minister to Leave Locnl
Church In March.
At a meeting rollowlng tho preach
lng Borvlces at tho Hnptlst dhurch on
Sunday Rev. E. C. Judd read his- res
ignation from tho pnstornto of tho
church to tnko affect on March 31.
Tliu resignation has been nncoptod.
No HticcoBBor has yet been appointed.
Mr. Judd has Berved bb pnstor or
tho local church for ovor throo and
n hair years, coming horn rrom the
First Uaptlst church or Crlpplo Crcok
Colorado. He has aH yet no definite
planB for tho future
fis J C. S. HUDSON, Presldont E.
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r9JO E. A. HATIIHK, VICO I'
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OR EGON
Capital fully puld
W A 0
paid on Savings
poiinded.Iaiitiury and July. Call
or write for particulars.
THe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND M
SECOND SEMESTER IS
Enrollment Reaches 5:10 Puplts-lllgli
School Has 00 Students Faculty,
Increased Commercial Depart-
nient Put In Rooms Crowded
Tho llond public cchooU oputibd
Monday for tho second semeztorofy
tho present torm with a total enroll
ment of 530 pupils, oi whom 90 aro
registered In tho high school depart-
ments. Thoro woro between 30 nnd
40 new puptla enrolled in tho various
grades. Practically every nvallablo
school building In town Is now In uso
and taxed to Its capacity.
With tho opening of tho second
semester three teachers wero added
to tho teaching corps. Miss Grace
Vnndovort and Miss Lydla Mersdorf
will occupy tho bungalow buildings
near tho high school building nnd
will tench tho 4thA, fUhll and fithA.
grades. F. 8. Francis, of Portland,
will havee hnrgo of tho coinmorclul
department which wns put In tills
Bomcstcr. Thoro Iiqh been a greater
demand on this department by stu
deutB desiring to tuko work than the
department "fa nblo to nccommodnto
at tho present. Tho high Behoof en
rollment hnH been matorlnlly Increas
ed slnco tho llrst of Inst somestur.
With tho promotion of nlno pupils
from tho eighth grndo a now record
Is bellovcd to havo beou set In the
Crook county bcIiooIs. There woro
nlno pupils who took the Btatu exam
inations nnd all oxcept one woro suc
cessful. More to Come.
It Is expected thnt boforo tho two
week porlod In which beginners may
register In tho primary grades a rec
ord for registration will be sot. Tho
luclomont wputhor Is believed to havo
caused many to dolny beginning tholr
school work. '
There hnH boon nn Incronno of 18(5
pupils lu tho Rond publlo schools
slhco tho opening of the torm In Hop-i'
tombor. It Is expected that boforo
tho close of school lu Juno thnt tho
enrollment will upproxlmato (100 pif
plls. Tho Influx or now pupils Is
oxpected to begin shortly nttor tho
llrst or noxt month. If this Influx
coiuob up to tho prosont oxpoctntlons
It will ho necessary to Book outside
accommodations. This will bo ono or
tho problems with which Superin
tendent H. L. Hopkins and tho school
board will probably havo to contend
SILVER LAKE HOTEL RUItNH.
SILVER LAKE. Jnn 21 Tho
Lowls hotol burned Inst night with
n loss or about $0000, nnd no Insur
ance. Tho roof was heavily coated
with Biiow, which saved numerous
other bulldlngH from destruction, as
a Htrong wind wuh blowing. Tho
llnmes could bo seen for mnuy miles.
M. LARA. Cnshter yM
G. McREYNOLDb, Ahhu unsuior.
R. A. STOVER.Asst. CnBhler
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