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THE BEND BULLETIN.
iu:m, oitr.(xw, wkdnkhday aftwinoon, i'i:imiAi;v in, ton.
AUDITING OF BOOKS IS
CAUSE OF TROUBLE
Hherllf "llefue to Turn Over Tav.
Jtot Hut iW'IcnU unit Probe. I lo
Qontintnv JwlMKer Wire Gov
's rniirn" Weal for AUtce.
The Prlnevlllo pojlo Iwyo been
liavlng omo interesting times recent
ly over tho report of Km accountant
-who htu boon aiidltlnit tlii county
book, and everything I not yot act-
Tim County Court accepted tlio re
port n to thn clerk, treasurer ami
.assessor but refud to accept It a
to tlio sheriff, demanding thnt cer
tain Htikt'iriKMitn In tho nu'iirt be aub
mtantlatod by figure. Tluin nroso tint
-validity of thu court order nulhorlz
Ins tho audit. and a special meeting
of tlio court wm livid nl tlio court
liotitii Monday. Tim county Judge
had oalled In Attorney Manny from
Portland and ho wn present at tlio
meeting. There wro alo present b
large ornwd of taxpayers, lining tlio
2lroull Court room.
Tim accountant had demanded of
the sheriff possession of thu tax roll
o ho couli go nlii'iid with thn audit,
n ml thn sheriff refused to turn thorn
ovtir to him. Attorney Manny hnld
that tliti sheriff wan acting within hi
jMiwor an tin wad euntodlaii of thn tax
nll. an he l required to collect thn
-dllniuenl tnxe follow Iiik till !
Jllon. ihimh of thn tsxpnyen got tit
h pttHbin Baking that (lie nudll bo
koha nhnad with. Thn outcome, tin
Hlly, wo that tin County Court d-
rltltnl 10 laKn such mM. una itiKin
nsreml to let th accountant have thn
wmk at night wlmii tbny were not
ttfHtdttd by the sheriff.
piinger Appeal lo Gnicrnor WeM.
J ml to Hprlngor wlre'd Governor
"WmI an follow Monday
"An export accountant In at I'rtn
tIIId upon order of thn County Court
to go ovnr thn tax roll. l,oHt night
Hfttir hour thn sheriff, with thu a
ulitUnen of thn Janitor, entered Urn
.elrcult Judge room and swiped tlio
Toll and refused to rnturn tbriii.
"I am telegraphing thn circuit
Judge for an order commanding tlio '
sheriff lo rutiirti thn book If nn
refuse to olmy thn court ordur, inav
T donend on rour assistance to en
torse I tut law? I nm In earnest
nbout till matter, from the fact that
tho expert show n very larKn aum of
delinquent mxe were handed to thn
treasurer since thin work begun. Tim
Mknrlrr say Commissioner llnyloy
Tim Governor said bn know of no
thing that tin could do In the inattnr.
1314 WOOL SEES DATES
.July 7 U liny Mel I'or DNpoJiiK of
Clip at Itrnd.
Thn Hhanlko Star ghes the fol-
lowing an wool union dntn for 191 1:
8hanlk. Juno 4. Jhhh 10. July );
Vllot ItHok May 21, Junn IS: Kebo,
May II: I'nndlolon May t3; Monii. I
nr Juno 23, June 15; Maker May ft, I
Julv 2; Ontario and Vale Junn 2.8, j
V; Condon June IT: Mndraa Junn S3, j
July 7: Jodonli Junn SO: Knlorprltw
A.V AT PAHHKIl 11V Ol'lt I.ABT I.KOISUTlTUH UK
gtllUKH THAT Tltl'HT (XIMPAMKS IIOINO lll'HINKHS
IN OUKOON IN (HTHH OK I.KHS THAN KIITKHV
THOUHANO KOPl'liATION KHAI.h HAVK A OAKITAIi
HTtH'K OK NOT I.KH.S THAN KIII'V THOl'HANH IK)I.
lbIW. IN OIlDIIlt TO COMI'liV WITH THIS lAW WK
MOHT AltANDON THH TIll'HT COMPANY KKATUHH
OK OUU IU'HINrH ANI lHOK THH WOHI) "TUUHT"
KllOM OUH TITr.K. THH OKKICKIW OK THH INHTL
TUTION Wllih IIKMAIN THH HAMK AH MKIXJUK AND
WH WIMi CXINTINUH TO DO A OHNHHAIi IIANKINO
IIUIflNKXH AH A HTAT1C HANK. THKUKKOIU: THIH
HANK WIMi IIIKOONTINUK THH TITrJH OK THH
DKHOHUTK IIANKINO THUHTJ CXMIANY AT TIIK
UI.OHH OK lH'SINHSS ON HATUIHAY, KHHHUAKY 21,
Ill I, ANH THHltKAITHH WIM UK KNOWN A8-
Ihe Deschutes State Bank
OK Iir.NI, OltKOON.
WHICH Wll.fi OPKN KOH lll'HINIMH ON THH MOHN
1NCI OK Tl'HHDAY, KHHItl'AUY Ultli (MONDAY THH
a:nl IIMINO A l,KOAI HOLIDAY) IN ITS NI'.W IIANK
INO HOOMH AT THH COHNHIl OK WAI.I AND OHKOON
' YOU Alt!! COUDIAMiY 1NVITHD TO INHPKOT THH
NHW INSTITUTION AND OHMMUIATH WITH UH IN
KOHMAM.Y THH OPIiNINO OK ITS NHW HOMH. ON
THH 'J I tli THH HANK WILL llH OPKN KltOM 10 A. M.
TO it P. M. AND Hl'HINO THH KVHNING KHO1 ,7.t0
TO 0. I'OUHHriT'H OUUHICHTllA WIJiL V1AY DURING
, THH KVHNINO
Iht Deschutes Banking 2b Trust
mid Wnllowa .Inly lj llnnd July 7.
Tim wool outlook In minmind up
by tlio I.nliovlnw Kxuinliior hh fol
low! "Tlinre annuiR to bn no doubt lit
pronoiit thut wool will brltiR 'fully nx
Kood prlcoa thin ynnr iim It did hial,
ami huyura iiro nlrnndy In tlio Ne
vada Hold nn well im In ITtnh, OniRon
mid WimhltiRlou. Locally there W
nothliiK doliiK. ultlioiiRh J, I'm nk I,
rupri'MontliiK Konhlmid, nrrlvnd Hn'
urday uvuiiIiik from Ran l'mnoln-o
and In ready lo contract for tho
MprliiK ellp. An ii matter or courm
hu la Homowhat rntlcrnt n to what
prlrei ho can pay, but It ncmim to
bn tlio ko nn nil ImprcMlou that tho
nlieepmoii are unwilling to contract
at IIiIm time, prufnrrlnK to wall un
til winter l over beforo dlpoliiK of
lliolr ollpi. It Im nUo reported that
tioino local reprcmitallvn of Kimt
ern and other flmm will oon ntnkn
bo mo blda on thla year' wool clip.
"AccordliiR to all report, thn ni
aon tliua far ban been very favorable,
thorn having bem no extremely cold
weather and feed on the range be
ItiK much better than for tuvernl
year paat. An a roimeiiuenro tho
quality at the wool pronilncn to bn
fully up to etandnrd, while tho yield
will undoubtedly bo better than u
ttol." DUNK OFFEDS SCHOLARS
TRIP TO SN FRANCISCO
I'rle lo I In (liven In Content In
Which Krbolnrxlilp and KnrnliiK
Capacity Will I'lKure Ctilefly.
A plan by which lonio pupil of tho
lletul public achoola will hu Riven n
trip to thn J'nnnnin.Pnclflc Kxpoal
tlnn to bo held In Kan I'rnncUco next
year hn been announced by the I'lrat
National llnuk of lleud Tim bank
offer to pay the railroad farm and
all expetiMHt of tho trip which will ho
Khon to tho pupil who during the
next year vhow the beat ttliool
utiuidliiR and the bent nartilnx ra
pacity with ability to wv.
ArcordlHK to C. H. MuiImih, eatliler
of the batik, the Idea will be that a
rertaln per cent of the en era I ver
hkh on which tho priio will bn rIvh
hould bo for twliolamhlp, the bal
nnce baninl on the amount rf inoHey
each pupil hall make and av dur
ing the coming achoot year.
J. 1 Koye. II. W. Hnwyer and
II. KIiouro have been aikod by tho
bank to act a a committee lo draw
up rule for the contest and work out
detail, and It I expected that an an
noiinretnent will bo mado by them
Hpeaklng further of tho plan, Mr.
"ThU committee will ho tho-ole
Judge a to whethor tho coniponiu
tlon for labor performed I reason
able, whether the oxpnudlturea hao
been uereHary and wloly made and
finally the amount of money actual
"Pupil are to bn graded a to aco.
ex and any other qualification tho
committee may iigReat.
"Hlioiild n young impll win thl
trip, nrrnngeineula will bo made
whereby It mother or father may nr
eotniwuy tho winner. Wo want It no
the amallMt tblld mv have an mh
rhnnoe with the larnnet."
iiitMt'H siiAiti: Mimic
In Miimmary of the lumbnrlng
bUHUmn In Oregon and Waihlngton
npiienrlng In thn Portland Journal
lavt Sunday, the 1913 out of tho dif
ferent Kent Inn of the tatn wa given.
The aeetlnn covering the Deichuto
vnlley. running frou !.nko and llnr
noy countltNi on tho outh to the
Columbia river on the north, I
nhown a having n cut of SO. 710. 000
feet. According to local mill men,
about nne-thlrd of thla wa out In
Mend and vicinity. .
NEW SCHOOL TO
Mr. Oterturf Honored Incrwiac
Mudo In Home Halarlen, Hupcrin
tendent' lielnj; Haloed 9100
MIkn ComIcm Ii: H. Principal.
Tcachot for the Tlcnd schoola for
next year were elected at a mooting
of thn board of director Saturday
evening. A name wa alo decided
on for (he now building now being;
erected and It will bo known a tho
Held achool In honor of Mr. II. J.
Overturf. Thn -following aro tho
teacher elected, with their aalarlea:
Huperlnfenilt-nt J. II, Shouio, at
$1700 n year.
High Behool principal Kunlco
Cowjc, nt f 100 n month.
High School anlvtant principal
Hnrnh Mnyburn, $90
Klghth grodc Knthorlno Traut
Sixth grade Kthel Mvron. $7n.
I'lflh grade Kthel Holme, $75.
Fourth grade Pearl lllghtowor of
Bedro-WoollMy. Wnah.. $76.
Third grade Mr. J. D. Dnvldaon,
Kecond grade Mir Itltehlo of
Principal of Held ebfn nnd pri
mary teacher Marthn Sldtmr SfcS.
Primary altant Mlw Kteth of
Kfattte. where he ha Uiiglit for 9
Younr aehool Mennln King. $00.
Three Vacnncle lo He I'lllisl Yet.
Thorn are three vacanelo yet to bo
filled one High Behool teacher, sev
enth grade teacher and Arnold school
At the meeting communication
wero read from, 17 dlRtrlet showing
tho aalarlc paid teacher and It wa
seen that tho achedtilo paid Mond'a
teacher wa aliove thn average, with
tho exception of tho superintendent,
whloh wa low Tho tmrd therefore
voted an Incrcaio from $1600 to
$1700 n year.
WUconnln .Men' Claim Trwcnted To
the Mend Olrl.
Two men In Shcboygnn, Wl., aro
looking for wive, and for tho bono
flo of thn Princlllaa and other girl
at. Mend The Mulletln la letUng It bo
known who theso eligible are
Tho fixture for tho now Patterson
drug store wero being uncrnted ye
torday. Among tho furnlluro Is a
prescription ease, which Ima a leaf
to be pulled out and need for rolling;
pill on nnd like purpoao. In look
ing over tho ease yesterday Mr. Pat
terson pulled out this loaf nnd liuro
I what was written thereon In poll
ed: "Henry DoU. 1613 Huron Avenue,
"Herman Mnai, 1216 Michigan
Avenue. 8holoygnn, Wis.
"Looking for women."
aKTTINn ItKADY TO MOYH.
Mnnagor J. K. Popn of tho Pioneer
Telephone Co. Is over from Prlnevlllo
helping get ready to movo tho ox
ohango to It now quarter.
I ' f
S The Bend Hnrdwnre Co. 7
I '. carry in stock a com-
5 plete line of S
( V Agricultural Imple- -p (
1 'merits . .
., Garden Seeds . . j
' i , m bulk
Cull nnd get our prices nnd S
) seed cutnlog. )
-ji; HARDWARE i;!.:
EXPENDITURES OF 1913
Accountant' Ilcport Contain Many
Item of lntcrct to Taxpayer
Jtoad and Ilridgc Oct IllKRCit
Hum, Wltli Hlgli Hcbool Next
A. McH. Hall & Co., certified ac
countants, under direction of tho
County Court, mado an Investigation
of tho affair of all tho county office
for 1913 and have submitted their
report to tho County Court. Tho
following statement of receipt and
disbursements for 1913 will bo of In
terest to tho taxpayers:
ItecelpU by Trend u re r.
Ilnlanco on hand Jan, 1, 1913
General fund 177,711.84
School fund 31,312.27
Itoad f nd......... 9,595. C3
High school fund. ... IS, 340. 01
Hpeclal cltlo 13,1(2.78
Special school 72, OSS, 07
Stale of Orogon
U. 8. Forest Itcscrvo
U. S. Land sales 1,247.02
School fund Interest . 6,148.80
Honlp bounty 69.66
County fair 749.04
Sain of school bond. 22,69R.1S
County clerk' feos.. 11,768. S4
School bond Interest. 4,021.00
School bond sklng fnd 100.00
Portland Trust Co.
( Proceeds of warrant) 1,426.00
K Joined warrant. . . 4,128. IS
Donation road fund 1,580.09
Interest dem1ta .... 567 . 4 4
Halo of powder 42.25
Miscellaneous sale.. 80.41
Forfeitures and fines 1,986.00
Liquor licenses 600,00
Total Cash $405,882.89
DlitbursemeiitH of Treasurer.
County Treasurer's account for tho
year ending December 31, 1913:
General fund warranta. $192,785. 82
Scalp warrants 5,057.4 4
8chool Warrants ...... 40,764.35
High school wa1rrTnts'4,9Tfe.41
Special cities warranta . 13,208.49
Special school warranta.. 13,..hr
Special school warranU. 70,840.78
Bond Interest Varrants. 4,210.00
Hond redemption war
Special road warranta. . 1,400.00
County fair warranta. .. 704.65
Library warranta 467.00
Caro of feebto mlndod war
Stalo of Oregon warranta 7,939.62
I'uniN on Hand December III, lOl.'l.
The aliove table shows that there
was left In tho treasurer" hands
$12,696 r.t). and thl total consisted
of thn following Items:
Genoral fund $3,930.87
Goueral fund registered. 1,301.08
Scalp fund 25.12
Senlp fund registered... 212.16
County fair fund .. 41.39
School fund 4,839.37
High school fund 389.16
Road fund 665.52
Special road fund 30.23
City of Prlnevlllo 15.53
tContlnued on last page)
WILL HPHAK TONIGHT,
J. T, Illnklo, of Hormlston, for
mer secretary of tho Orogm Irriga
tion Congress, arrived In town thla
morning and will speak thl ovnnlng
at 8 o'clook tinder the auspice of
the Commercial Club on tho general
aubjeet of Irrigation at tho Dronm
Theatre. Mr. Illnklo Is a practical
farmer and Irrlgatlonlst and a a
member of tho last legislature wa
chairman of tho committee on Irriga
tion. Ho I now making a trip
through tho Deschutes valley to
arouso nn Interest In Irrigation mat
ters. Ho spoke at Madras on Mon
day and at Culvor yesterday afternoon.
SIK OFFICJALSJO ELECT ,
Nominating Primary Will Ite Held on
Six Crook county officials aro to bo
elected this fall, theso being dork,
treasurer, coroner, surveyor and one
commissioner. Tho primary nomin
ating election will bo hold on May IS.
So far there havo been no candidate
to announce themsolvos, but tho crop
that will appear before tho election
date Is expected to bo as large as
Tho voter do not seem to bo tak
ing any great Interest In the election
to be held this year, registrations be
ing made vory slowly here and at
other points throughout the county.
Kspeclally Is this true of the women,
!oth In Crook county and all over
the suite, who this year will have
their first opportunity to vote at the
general county and state elections.
Tho total registration to date In
South Mend precinct Is- 34 men a'ni
12 women: North Ilcnd precinct 36
men and 11 women; Desohutea pre
cinct 17 men.
11. C. Kill I registrar for North
and South Bond precinct; J. A.
Kastos for Deschutes precinct.
BEND BANK TO GRANGE NAME
DcicliutrH IlnnklnK & Trust Co. to lie
Definite .Stato Hank.
With the completion of tho new
building on the corner of Wall and
Orogon streets, tho tenant formerly
occupying this location are making
preparation to return In the case
of the Deschutes Danking & Trust
Co., tho return Is to bo made under
another name, tho Deschutes State
Dank. This change la made In order
to comply with a law passed by tho
last Legislature making !c necessary
for tho company to drop the word
"trust" from Ita tltio. It will con
tlnuo to do a general banking busi
ness with tho samo officers In charge
as heretofore. It 'will a!fH have safe
ty deposit boxes for rent.
Tho bank undor ita now name will
bo open noxt Tuesday during regu
lar hour and In tho evening from
7:30 to 9. The check of tho former
bank will continue to be honored
hut nil depositors ore Invited to call
to receive new check book During
tho'cvenlng Tuesday Forrest's orches
tra will play. x
J. V. 11HKWKK IN STATU KMPf.OV
PORTLAND. Pen 17. State Im
migration Agent C. C Chapman an
nounced today that n ha annotated
J . W . Hrewer of Redmond aa lib)
amilstant In the state Immigration d(f
partment. Mr. Brewer holds tho of
fice of secretary of tho Central Ore
gon Development League, at nresent
an honorary position only. Tho now
office carries a salarv.
It la understood that Mr. Hrewer
will devote his entire attention to
traveling about the state collecting
Information as to locations for set
tler nnd especially land values Some
method of appraising value will be
devised, tho object being to have ac
curate Information tor land seekers.
The First National Bank
M0 OF BEND, 3END.OR.EGON
U. C. COE, Prosldont II. A. SATHKR, Vtco- President
C. S. HUDSON, Caihler
Capital fully paid - - - 425,000
. Surplus A13,000
The new Gun-ency Bill is now a law.'
Panics are a thing of the past.
Additional security and safety has been
added to the banks of the U. S., and
therefore to the people.
This is the greatest piece of construc
tive legislation passed in fifty years.
Wo cannot put its many provisions in
writing for laek of spaGe, but will be
pleased to tell you personally of the many
admirable features of this bill, which are
forour further safety and welfare. Gall
and talk to us about it.
TE. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 1END
" DIRECTORS , -
U. G- COK K. A. SvrtlKR c. a. HUPSOX .
Q. M. Patterson n. c. bm,is
BEND IS STRONG
Central Oregon Hu Lending I'nrt la
1'roeeedlng of Irrigation Meeting.
Hndorsoment Given the North
Canal Plan of Governor Went.
Central Oregon, with a delegation
of about 100 In attendance at ths
third annual Oregon Irrigation Con
gress held In Portland last Friday
and Saturday, had a leading part la
the proceeding, and Iiend figured
largely In tho deliberations. Tho
delegation from hero was nearly half
a hundred strong. With unanimous
action on the part of the Deschutoa
valley contingent, they were able to
secure the endorsement of the con
gress for all their proposals. Includ
ing the plan of Governor West In
regard to tho Central Oregon Irri
gation Company's North Canal unit.
Tho proceedings of the congress
were enllvoned upon several occas
ions by vitriolic speeches. Governor
West scored member of the Desert
Land Hoard on Friday and tho fol
lowing day Stato Treasurer Kay and
State Engineer Lewis mado stinging
replies, with J. E. Morson of La Pino
also "paying his respects," to the
That tho members of the congrosa
mlght be fully informed a to tho
status of the North Canal project and
plans In regard to handling It, The
Bulletin last week gave- a full state
ment on this subject and copies of the
paper were sent to Portland and
given out to the delegates. In stat
ing his plan to the congress, the Gov
ernor referred to tho complete ac
count In The Bulletin.
The attendance at tho congress was
large nnd tho proceedings tho mmt
Interesting of any meeting yet hell.
Ite-tolutlon A dop t ci 1 by Congress.
A digest of tho resolutions adopted
by the congress follow:
That the state or tho federal
government or the state nnd federal
government through co-operation
take over tho Central Oregon Irri
gation company Carey Act project
as soon A possible through such
agoncles dnd upon so mo equitable
basis, and fully reclaim the tands
embraced within the segregations of
the project, and that such action be
taken In such a manner as to place
every protection around the interests
of the state and federal government
and the settlers now upon the pro
ject. That It Is the duty of the state to
adopt . some comprehensive policy
which will ultimately result In the
reclamation of all our arid land at
the lowest possible cost to the Irri
gator and without Increasing taxa
tion through the direct appropriation
of funds; and to that end we recom
mend the adoption of tho constitu
tional amendment submitted far vote
of the people In Novombor of this
year whereby the state's credit can
bo loaned for this purpose, and fur
ther In order that we may divide tho
risk and still further lower the In
terest rate, wo recommond co-operation
with the I'nlted States, upon tho
dollar for dollar lasls and the utili
sation of Its superior credit facilities.
That this congress hoartlly endorse
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