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THE BEND BULLETIN
HEND. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AlAllttl 2, 113.
Hn) County Automobile Premature.
Itrln Ik .Sow I7I,000, unit Offlrlal
I'imir Kroiuiiii) Unfinished
llu-lnetN lrl Aftrntlou.
As 0. flprlriKer, Um recently elect
ril county JuiIko la comparatively a
tratiKtir to ninny In this section,
mill as mucli curloilty has lvm ax
tirfMed tocully coiicernliiK what ha
stand for, Tho llullutlu the other
duy uddrrvsad it general Inquiry tu
him, llnlow It hit reply:
"To the Ktlltnr of Thn Bulletin!
I)enr Hlr: Your favor of March
10th received. I am not In favor of
cruising tha tlmlier: I helluva It I
wasting tho pcoplu'a money to cruise
the timber when wo can ohtaln tho
miluute from tha owner at a trifle,
of thn coil. I have talked with noma
of thn tlmher owners and they nuked
me to state clearly what 1 wanted
them to do. My reply won: 'I want
you to give tho niii'uor n correct
Mtatcment of tho amount of tlmher
on each legal subdivision (each for
tyl that you own, I want you to
certify under onth that thn estimate
are correct to the. heat of your knowl
edKe and heller. realltlng that tha
county w check over n forty here
and there to prove thn correctness of
your atatemeut. Realising also that
the n tun earn will Ikj exeralsed In ol
Ulnlng a corrrct lial of nil other
forma of property.' To thla date, I
have no reason to clou lit that tha
owner will comply with tho request.
' Regarding economies, county
auto, etc. I advocated In my cam
palgn that the county In road mat
tera would Klve apeclnl attuntlon to
all tho main roada, to maintain them
In good repair hut not enter tiKn n
ytem of general permanent Improv
ment until n Ket out of deht. Mean
white, o ahould Inaugurate a aatem
of county nnd dlatrlct cooperation,
and thua domnnstratu our ahlllty aa
county coininlMlnnara to aeouro a
dollnr'a worth of road Improvement
fur every dollnr expended. With nuch
an organisation, I would not opoa
voting iKinda, provided thn direct
taxea were not MUlllclent to maintain
our main roada In flrat olas condi
tion. Tho outgoing administration left
qultn a program of unfinished busl
net. It ordered not tie tool bridge
far spring delivery; It also contract
Vd with llio foreat service to coopar
ate with the sorvlca nnd tho adjoin
Ins county for a road loading across
the mountain from tho Oelioco val
ley to tho Mitchell counlrv. My pol
jry I to complete the ill) till lulled bus
Iihm. at lenat o far aa thn work
seems practical. Tha county auto 1
would not at prevent have ordered.
The henvy hllla of the aherlff for ntito
hire, allowed at the term just closed,
were for services performed under
the direction of tha commissioners
without my knowledge. Aa tha dla
Hotel pcoplo nnd others who deal with travelers,
all over tho world, are glad to apcept "A. B. A."
Cheques, because they are good as gold and identify
the person tendering them. Wc issue these cheques
and recommend them as tho best form of funds for
your next trip Abroad or At Home.
DESCHUTES BANKING Sb
OF BEND, OREGON
S. 1'EKRiaL, Frcildent P. O. MINOR, Secretary
15. M. LA1U, Catbler
B, FHRRKU., V.O. MINOR, K. M. LARA, ;
trlct nttormiy considered thum legal
mid "a ninny of our milmtiuitlnl tnx-
pnyiini nra especially IntorvHtoil, I nl
towed tho hllla.
"Vn hnvo Juat had tho boohs of
ho olllrlnlH exported by Mr. J. II.
Wilson of Corvnllls. Mr, Wilson la
it mini of oxperlnnco In aurh work.
IMi report will ha mulled to tho on:
(Inl imperii next week. The to I In
teiiMidneau of tho county la In rutin 1
I um not n howlltn; sucter n mi
editor hut will ha glint to iiim r niiy
I'rlnevllla, March lUtn, 1013 "
MEASURING PARTY IS
Nearly Una Hundred !ndlea Attend
Unique KiH'lal AITalr (ilirn Ijist
Welie liy Methodist Alii Hoclcty.
Invited In rhyme to n "inonmirlng
party," nearly una hundred women
attended tha unique aocln! affair
given at the home of Mra. B. M.
Thompaon hy tho Methodlat Ladle'
Aid Koclety last Wednesday after
noon. In flvcry respect, It ivna an
"tinmenaured" aucceaa. Fron 2:30
to C p. in, the ladle wro delightful
Thoie attending paid five cent for
each foot of their height, with an ad
ditional cent for each adltlonnl Inch.
A total of f 30 wa tha receipt. Tha
nickel and pontile were brought In
mini aacka which had been cent out
with tha Invitation. Thaa were d
poalted In a huge Kaiter egg at tha
foot of tho vtarlway, preitded over
by a hen Imported from Portland
peclally for tha occasion.
Tha hortet woman present wa
Mr, C II. Oenunx, and the honor of
being tho tnllest wna harcd by Mia
Hldner and Mr. It. M. Smith, who
aru of the ama height.
Tha only man preint waa the
Methodlat mlnlater, Ituv. B. C. New
ham. There ware aqng galore, reclta
tloua that ranged from the weeping
ad one to tho merlett humorou
one. And chatter -rbfrdol: I'M
3mi.)fl(7'; ffj.rl well, It wa
something Ilka that wheu the con
tet wa In progreas to ea who could
talk with tho greateat numlxir In five
minute' time. Mr. Millard waa the
wlner, with 22 atara to her credit
Excellent refreshment ware
aerved, conaUtliig of cake, coffee, Ice
cream and "Ortgon rock."
GRANS SEGRETARY ON VISIT
K. V Khnron of Portland Make Trip
to Central Oregon.
Oraud Secretary K' K. Rharon of
the (Irani! Lodge of Odd Fellow I
mnkldg an oftlelal ult thla wak to
tho C-ook countv lodge. H arrlvod
here Sum!) nUht mid Monday even
lug met w'lh tha local lodge. He
waa at l.ldluw. lt night, there be
lute a pool ul recaption given lu hi
honor which wa attended alao by n
number of tha local Odd Fellow.
Mr. Khnron wan the gueHt Monday
of J. A. Kuite. an old friend of hi
In Portland. Thl wa the flrt offic
ial vlilt of tho grand secretary to
Ilend and ho vtated that ha wa de
lighted with tha town.
vn, Mil . - -, H T' 'r
ItfOmoml Men Kay Warrant Totaling:
i).10,i:ilMM For Itoad Work Am
Illegal a CoiiMltutlonnl Debt
Ma Kxi-rrdrd When Issued.
On the ground that tha lifo of
certain warrant wp Illegal becauae
tha county wa already In debt In ex
ce of the utnount permitted by tha
conatltutlon, tho county otneur ware
yriterday enjoined from paying out
Undltig warranta totaling I&C.G39.
90. Tha complalnarfta In tha caao are W.
O. Phoenix and F. W, McCalTery of
Itedmond, tholr attorney being O. A.
McFarlane, the defeated Itepubllcan
candidate for the county judgeahlp.
Ilrlefly, the complaint charge that
at the tlma of tha Uua of tho war
ranta In question the county's In
debtedne exceeded $r000, tha max
imum allowed Under a constitutional
amendment of 1910, The amend
ment, of section 10 of article XI,
read a follow; "No county shall
create any debt or liabilities which
shall singly or In tho aggregate ex
ceed the sum of $5000, except to
aupprexs Insurrection or repel Inva-
lon, or to build permanent roads
within tho county, hut debts for per
manent road shall bo Incurred only
on approval of a majority of thosa
voting on the question."
A tha warrants waro for bridges
and road building expenses, and no
election was called, tho Injunction
It advocate clslm I binding. That
an Insurrection, however, I about
duo, I tho opinion of soma who are
watchng county financial affairs.
Itslph Jordan, county treasurer;
Frank Klkln. sheriff; Ileall & Co..
Const Culvert ft Flume Co., Coast
llrlilgo Co. and tho Portland Trust
Co. nro tho defendants in the ac
tion. The warrants held up nro as
follows and aro variously dated
from July 10 to December 10, 1912:
No. 11C5, ir.r.78.C7. purposo not
known; No. 1327, $5000, payable to
It. I.. Jordan, special road fund: No,
1328, $5000. ditto; No. 1212, $3919.
payable to Coast Culvert & Flumo
Co.; No. 129C. $13,003.29. purposo
not known; No. 1333. $5000. to
It .1.. Jordan, special road fund; No.
1334, $5000, ditto; No. 1617,
$11000, Coast Ilrldga Co.: No. 1518,
$5000, ditto; No.1035, $1500. Port
l-nd Trust Co.: No. 1034, $2039,
Coast llrldgo Co.
Tha cnun will coma up before
ludgo llradahaw at Circuit Court In
May. A similar action waa brought
against the county by A. M. Drake at
tha tlma of tho erection of tho court
house. Tho Injunction affects no
warrant except, those mentioned,
hut It ha been rumored that mora
drastic measure are pending to curb
tha alleged extravagant administra
tion of county affairs despite the
heavy existing debt.
Of Course You Are.
Then you will need TACKLE
-and the best place in town
to get It is at this store.
Everything you need is to
be found here, at reasonable
prices. It is all the A-l kind
and with it you can land the
smallest or the biggest fish
that is unlucky enough to
LOCAL PRODUCT IS
Wn-brd Kami from Demi Meet All
Iteqiilremciit, Iklntc Itetter Than
HUHMlnrd Town Hon All Con
struction .Material Now.
Teat mado by experts In Chicago
of llend sand have demonstrated it
as being not only up to standard
specification, but even better. This
I not only a matter of congratula
tion to the firm handling the special
product tested, but establishes a
well the fact that llend has the very
finest kind of building materials, for
already the good qualities of the lo
cal stones and brick have been dem
onstrated. Washed sand from tho pita being
operated by ilolton, Ituetenlk & May
waa sent by K. I). Miller, head of the
ilend Water, Light & Power Co., to
the Uullck-IIenderson Co. of Cblcsgo
and Pittsburg, famous test experts
for building and other materlata. The
tests show the briquettes made from
tha Ilend sand to average 41 pounda
to tha square Inch stronger than Ot
tawa astid, which Is the standard for
engineering tests the world over.
Mix briquette were made from the
llend and; their averago tensile
stres test was 339, aa against 298
for Ottawa sand. And lu making the
briquettes, which are simply small
brick, the best of the local mater
ial, the courier sand, had to bo left
out on account of tho small size of
the briquettes; when Included, as
would bo the case In larger work,
this coarser gravel materially In
creases the strength of the product,
and would make It show up even bet
ter In comparison with the Ottawa
In mentioning tho result of the
sand test, tha experts say: "You
will note tha result of the bank sand
show up well, although the large
particle were screened out In order
to mako up the briquettes. Never
theless It Indicate that this sand
will bo entirely satisfactory."
DEPUTY SHERIFF HAKES
LONG JOURNEY IN VAIN
Wenandy f,oe to Nevada to Ret Judd
McPlieroon, Hut Prisoner N ut
the Fellow Wanted by County.
Judd McPherson is proving to be
a very expensive would-be (or would
not-be, depending on tho point of
vlowj prisoner to Crook county. And
ha Is not yet safe within the jail at
Prlncvllle. I -nut week the sheritf
got a telegram stating that Judd Mr
Phorson had been captured In Nevada
and ho at once took steps to hrlmc
him to Crook county. It will )e
remembered that he was taken, with
his brother John, both wanted on
lioree thief charge, some weeks ago
hut Judd made his getaway.
Deputy Sheriff 'Wenandy of Ilend
n inatructed by tho sheriff to go
after Jtidd. Herulltlon pnpera wero i
fixed up and Womtndy took thorn to
HBiom lor ma uovcrnori signature,
lie then proceeded to Nevada by way
of Han Francisco. Hut when he got
to Klko, Nov., his domination, he
found that tho prisoner wa nut tho
man wanted. .Mr. Wenandy returned
last night by the Columbia river
route, making a circle through threo
states ou a fruitless expedition.
JORN LINSTER BADLY HURT;
CAUGHT IN COMPRESSOR BELT
Knglneer at Air Compressor on Hew
er Work Dragged Ileneatli Fly
Wlieel Injurlc Not Hcrious.
Just after 1 o'clock today, John
Llnster, engineer at tho air compres
sor for the city aewer work, got
caught In too belt that drive the big
fly wheel and sustained painful In
juries. His right arm is broken just
above tho wrist; there is a deep gash
beneath hi jaw on tho left side, and
hi right eye I hurt. There I no
danger, says Dr. Coo, who attended
Apparently Llnster's coat sleeve
got caught In the broad belt, and he
was dragged beneath the fly wheel
and then was pounded up on a tim
ber just beneath an iliner wheel not
conected with the pulley. He lay
thero probably aeveral minutes be
fore hi crlts attracted the attention
of James Adams, the contractor who
Is handling the air drill work. Mr.
Adams rushed In and with tho aid of
II. M. Olbb pulled Linster away from
the wheel and stopped the engine.
The Injured man was bleeding pro
fusely, but retained consciousness
and was taken in a wagon to the
home of his parents where ho re
ceived Immediate medical attention.
Throughout, Linster dd not whim
per. It was at first feared that he
had lost his right eye. hut examina
tion showed It still intact.
From statements of W. A. Dran
non, a sewer blacksmith, working
close beside the air compressor, and
others, it seems that Linster waa in
the habit of crawling through the big
belt while It wm In motion Bran
non says ho warned the engineer of
the danger on several occasions.
Linster Is 21 years old, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Linster, and is
MANY HOMESTEADS TAKEN
One Finn 'Alone Locate Settlers on
HOoO Acrcit of Land.
The rapidity with which public
landa to the southeast are being tak
en up Is Indicated by the fact that
during tha last couple of weeks ono
local Arm of locators, the Oregon
Land & Immigration Co., has located
28 homesteaders. As each took up
a 320-acre tract, tho total acreage
involved Is S900, while other locu
tlona made recently doubtless bring
I the total up perhaps to 26,000 acres.
I The 2S new settlers .are: P. H.
I Coffee, Robert Deam. O. Daughen
baugh, Arthur Plumley, Win. Iol
ton, K. U. Parrott, U. H. Guyer. Ger
trude Strobrldge. John W. Hluck. Os
car Hlack. Ger. V. Stetson, L. Frls-
vold. W. Wlllam. A. A. Gllroore, A.
U. Davis, John R. Morrison. W. B.
Moore, Mrs. W. E. Moore, Eugene
PluL'iia, I McKlm. B. F. Byerley, J.
A. Henecer, Fred Mann, John Han
sen, Heber Sherrlll, Frank Farrand,
John Wanton and Mr. McPherson.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Dr. U. O. COE. Pr-lldM E. A. 8ATHER. Vic Pr-lldint
Q.S. HUDSON. Cathlir
Capital fullr paid S3S.000
Stockhgldari- liability S26.O0O
Surplus SIO 000
More Dairy Cows
We expect to ship in two or three
cars of high grade dairy cows, from
Wisconsin, about April 1st.
These cows will be sold on easy terms.
Parties wishing same should make
Write or call at the Bank for particulars.
Tft MUST NATIONAL BANK OF,BEND
U. C COS B. A. 8ATJMR C. 8. HUDSON
O. U. PATTHRSON H. C, BLUB
FIRST PAPER IS
BLACK PINE MAKES
Nueces of Pulp and Paper Testa In
sure Interest ,f Manufacturers
In Deschutes Ilrglon Where
Arc Million Acres of Trees.
Through the courtesy of John E.
Ryan of the Tulles, who, with Mrs.
Hyan, has taken apartments at the
Klein house for several weeks, Tho
Bulletin has received a sample of tho
first paper manufactured from Des
chutes black pine, which is also tho
first paper over mado from Central
Tho paper Is sn excellent quality
manlla and was made at Camas,
Wash., the pine being sent there by
Mr. Ryan and associated tlmbermen.
Other tests of the nuln arn now hln-
made at tho Oregon City mills.
"The pulp Is said to 1ms extremely
fine by paper men," said Mr. Ryaa
Saturday. "Tho onlv rflfflmltv In
making paper is that there Is much
pucn in tn wood, wnlch Interferes
with its easy manufacture by tho
process used at Camas. To makn thn
manlla paper, what Is called a sul-
pniae process win bo employed,
which burns all the p'tch, utilizing
this waste nortlon of tha wood fru
its own fuel, a very economic proced
Mr. Ryan Is very enthusiastic over
the outcome Of the teat thin tar
made, and says that they demon
strate dennitely that paper can be
made profitably from Deschutes black:
pine. As the manufacture of manlla
paper Is the most profitable branch
of paper making In the Northwest,
ne is connaent that a great Interest
will be taken in the local possibili
ties. "As thero are at least mill inn
acres of black pine In the Deschutes
basin Itself, one can readily see tho
vast Importance of tho matter," said
Mr. Ryan. "I believe this area will
averago twenty cords to the acre. It
lies in an all-the-year-around climate
and can be handled at a minimum
cost. Tho supply of timber for pa
per mills all over the country is di
minishing rapidly, and it is simply
a matter of a very short time until
iuc ujs ninnuiaciurers win airecc
their attention to the Deschutes
BOV SCOUTS IIKNF.FIT.
Miss Nelo Rauch will give a hum
orous and dramatic recital at the
Star Theatre next Wednesday even
ing, April 2, under tho auspices of
the Boy Scouts. Miss Rauch is a
reader of ability and comes highly
recommended in this line. She will
be nislMeri by Miss Black and MUs
Graves tn Instrumental and vocal se
lections. The boys will use tho pro
ceeds derived from tho perforroanco
to arrange their camping trip this
vi y.tylifjly retfVrJrVJ jpjj) Wtl