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RVER.Y FARMER ON THE C. O. I. CO. SEGREGATION WHO WANTS HIS PATENT SHOULD COME TO THE MEETING IN BEND FRJDAY NIGHT, MARCH 21
THE BEND BULLETIN.
HIINR, OKEUO.V, WEDNESDAY A I TKHNOO.V, MARCH US, Jj I.
LEWIS TO MEET
I'luii Will It" Mubiultteil Wlieniby
Water l?Mr Ohi (Jet Title lo Their
ImmU by KllmliinlliiK IIiimiM
Acreoue From Company I.Ut.
Friday evening thorn will bo h
Ih.nllhK liMfO Hi (UK) lit til" theatre
villi li xhoulil prove of tiio greatest
lii'i" nunc In nil settler on 0. 0. I.
('" In lulu, Mtate Engineer .l.wl
IU i tho nttrnnttoti ami Iih (inn
iiiihIi to prenoiil to IIih water user
'f ml Internal to tliHin.
tin rUt; object or (Iih meeting.
It I understood, In to make eler
viitt the Hh'i Engineer claim to Ih
ti. mil maim, nt I It a enmpaur' f
t'lii hn rmrnnln Him settlers, unit
i inlh to devbK hiii) endorse h plan
Ih-ni. patent ptw he given settler
whi. lint lived on Mini Improved their
land, without further delay.
Mr l.wl In Hih pest ha blocked
tin' approval or certain patent Hat
'ii tin- ground that IIih dltohe of the
ninii i, through Improper wmslruc
ll 'ti unit aeoeral Inadequary, In manr
liminhrKii fallal to (irovliln miffldont
vi-r in make din rwrHhVatloti either
1-bhi it morally right. Naturally I hi
l . rkl h hardehlp on settler.
wlm a'-ov Hit thing dealred pat
ent tu their properly, so lliny wiuld
Ixirrnw money for Improvement or
.-ll with Hear title.
It u now rttMMm It U understood,
ti rtnir m plan which the land
Hird Hill lie aNd to RCt MpOH.
whenin patent llsla will Im approved
mIhtk thr cover only land actually
-uiili'l hikI farmed, and totally
'1iin uatlnc nil unsold property,
Hlidh the company might dealr pat
iiii'l Ih the past these inHMMHl
I i-t it i.fifn Included extensive m re no
win. h Ihe romiwHy desired approved
fi r patent simply IteeauiHi thoy want
r I to nr It, Hint am tl) illtchM wnrn
iiliexr tiy liiHitwtuatH to enrn (or nurli
Mfl'ltun IIH WMll M IVlMl llf BPltlnl Ht-
t lrn lli Inttor nuffrfwl. The tiro
iM.fit kchtoiu, It In lHlluveJ, wauli)
ire for thw Ihinu IIiIh iiirehMHrii ml
i.i.ii.i.lv miiiMl Hii eomixiiiy to mi
lirKK im illtrhiM iriiittly to erne fur
n'l Hi UniU. IhiIIi of mittlum rhiI
vni h it thny wtoh to ll.
Mr I.kwI. who nitiH from Um
in..n. Uit night nflnr hoUlln n wwt
Ihik- it illlchiM jirtiprly to eiirnf or
(hk itxri. Ik on lh th ThumIo tiro-i-f
tfiiv. null tomorrow will b at
I it I'liir In roHHMoUoH with th Mur
I OUT HOCK ItOAl) AITIVITV.
Airorillnie to Ponwt Rupwrvtwir II.
T. Mirrli th Mttlora Ih th Pnrt
K i k iiHghiMirhooil ri ahowlriR
nr.at lnirwtt In th iroKMM'tl hmw
ri.ml fr"iM thMt ilUlrlet to IIohiI hmiI
jimin Hrw Hlrmly nt work op It. Tim
r 'Mil Hill I Httially yhIhhIiI tq
tltn )iniiirtimilrH In thtt northern
imri'i'ii of tho rnuiit)' who now burn
in ko youth to Kurt llork to nt on
ti iri-tii'iit roHil unit tli'ii turn to th
ii tin im-'n. I'MiUt tlm iiiw jiUn
tii.v Hill Itniily coniH mmlMnt north
'.ri'DKh til" fnrtmt until thay utrlkn
lit.. HiirnM roHil.
Keep Your Valuable
Papers In Our Vault
Tho Imut unit imfcst plnro In (tin world to
K'cvp llli) mill II fo liiMintnro polloU. itotre
comltiK due, innrtKiiKi'i. (IoimIm lit fact nil
uilunldo pnptn I In n llro-pnmf vault.
Itveiy one ciiunol itfTnttl to Imvc n atccl
vault, or oven n llro-pnMif aufo In III homo,
hut cuM-y "no mil nlToril to keep Id viilu
nlilo pnpcifi In our vault Iictuiiho tho rtMitnl
(iluitfioil la a notliliiK comparcil with tho
You run Iinino a nti'i'1 liov with n nun
plcidililo, Ynlo lock bin cuoukIi to coiitnlii
nil jour valuable puperM IiihIiIo our vault,
for only Iji'J.tlO n J oar.
Drop lu not tlmo you're pntmlnKt
Deschutes State Bank
HuccoNMor to tho J '
Deschutes Banking & Trust Gomfwwy
ao""'1'' i i i i 1 1. P aasss
11, FHHUBLU Proa. F. O. MINOR, Soo'y.
13. M. LARA; Caahlor.
R. Forroll, F. O. Minor, E. M, Lara
L. C. ROBERTS FAVORS
ICiiH'rli'iiceil Dnliynum I'olnti Out
,iliinlKrM of till Itrulon for I'm-
ilncliiU Milk N'inv Hluln tip
Ar1lrli4 of liirortMiriitloit.
"Co.oorntlvH nrwiiHiir)'" w the
ruIiJhcL hhIii illMiiMitHl nt lh Com
itmrrlHl Club IiihcIkmiii IMttinlay, hold
nt (Iih llmul IioIhI nnil Httiimlt hy
RR. Wlilln lh KHtharlNK fitMrtwl off
with iiewlmliim In Hih lr, It bhiIcmI
with otitlmlmn, hiiiI n runt stnrt wim
mml towHn hhIIIiik IIih nntorirU
l. U. Itolwrt. who enmo hore from
lowit litnt your, iHHilt) Hit) lilKlfot Wind
of h hit. Mr. Itolittrtri Iihm iliilryml
Hiowt of hi llf. mid 't wh o'ldnt
Iih kiiHW Axuetly wtmt IhAiviih mlkltiK
nlMiut whmi h wim jiHrmmdd to toll
I) It vlewn on the iihimIIoii. Im a nut
IihII, thny wr mh'lHl to net thu
rrnmiry trtMil m ont, nnil Imllwf
thut It would itmke hikhI, even If Ht
the outlet IIih C4iwn were few Htid
"I nerer mw n country where cow
Kve hetter milk or where tho feed
wm richer In iroimrtlmi to It
welKltt," iwlil Mr. ItoliorlM. "It 1
Ideal for dnlrylHK here. There are
ho nine, and no 18 deKreea ttelow
aero, aa In the middle neat. I never
mw a cow eutfer from cold here."
Would Hi-Iiik Ciihii.
Quotliift from Hxpetiencea In other
rountrlea, Mr. Itoberta alateil hl he
llrf that a wood creatnor)' would rale
land value f 10 an acre. He aald he
wa ready to coma Into a creamery
comiHtny and ttxiireMted the convic
tion that JmhI aa soon a mm Hot un
der way farmer would liejcln liulld
Ink tii herd.
J. I'. Keye had flKuroa ready, and
IKilnlwI out that even with J00 cow
I waa reanonaltle to Itnlleto the pro
Jecl rould he Htidertaken with profit,
eaiieolnlly n the itromteo of a loca
tion at a minimum rent and with
verr email Inveetment for etultmeiit
and a far lowor derating oxpntiHu
than In any compntlnK ereomnry woro
eapeclally favornhle condltlnna.
I. II. Dnncer, W. O. Wnugh. nnd
other were Heard from. After the
luncheon n Krouu of farmera KHther
e at the duo room and a form of
Incorporation article wa drawu un
and tentative plana for action ketch-
1 nut. A committee will Ink tbeee
durttiK the week In farmer and net
all poaalld algneri U. o that by
Saturday affair ahould Im In fairly
definite form. J. A. Baatea ha of
fered the free ue of hl ear. and It
la undertood other will contribute
The lunehean laturday will be at
the IMIol lluttn Hotel.
HANK HAH IIIUTHUAV.
On l'rlilay of laat week the I'lmt
National llank eelebratml Ita llflh
birthday. It ImvltiK oimned for liuN
new on March KO. l'.iOU. The In
atltutlon lie ncrtipliMl Ita prenent
ituartera alnce January, IV 13.
ItiRiirnnce Commlsslonur's Deputies Submit State
ment of Findings- Ball's Report Discredited
County Officials Held Blameless True Facts
As to Delinquent Taxes for 1907 Stated
Tha examination of tho hooka of
Crook county under the dlroctlon of
thu Htnte Inuninc CommliHloiior, a
rwiioUi(l by taximyer, Iiuh been
niHile, and the comploto rejHjrt la
It knooka tho laat propa out from
under JiiiIko HprliiKor'a nociiiHttlona
HKlnt hla brothor olllclala, nulHtlnn
tlatea Tho Ilullutlti'a cliilum that tho
"export Iiik" by Hull waa a fnrru, nnd
exouorattNi all olllclala wholly. Iiiel
deitUlly, thl pHper la Infonned by
tho Hlalit nuthorltlo that no clmrgo
I iiihiId for the work, and that a
completo audit for lfl will bu made
later, which latlor will be paid for by
tho county, a provided by law.
I'orttajnl. Ore., March 18, 191 1
Hon. J. V. KerKUfttin,
Mtato I Imuran co Coinmlntoner,
In accordanco with your requeat,
we vlelted I'rtuovllUt, the county eeat
of Crook county. Oregon, for the pttr
IHHte of determining the facta In the
matter of an examination of thu ae
couuta of (hi county recently mad
by a firm of accountant, and addl
tlonally to Ismail and arraita for a
comidete ayatem of monthly refMirta
to till department an railed for un
der Chanter X8, Laws of 1811.
HavlMK concluded thin attention,
we hand you herewith, for your eon
Hlderatlon, the followlnx atatamenta:
1. tttalement of financial condi
tion of Crook coHHly, December 81,
J. Ntatement of financial condi
tion of Crook county, January SI,
t. MtatemeHt of financial condi
tion of Crook county, February 28,
4. Statement or 1907 tax roll.
R. Report aa lo controveray over
county alTnlra aa baaed on a report
made by certain accountant employ
od by the oounty.
(1. Hoport aa to uniform ayatom
and monthly report.
JOHN 0. RICHARDSON,
K. M. HMITII.
Crook county, OroRon, Htatement
of llannolnl oondltlqn aa ataloae of
bualnoM December 31, 1913.
General fund S C.331.9R
Ovneral nwd R6R.&I
hpeclat nmd 10.33
County koIioo I 4.139.37
Special ioliool 1.R99.0R
IIIkm aehool 389.11
County fair 4 1.39
ItotMl redemptkiH xRO.OO
ftcalu Itounty 337.2
OutatandlnR warrant ..S IS.SBS.Bl
County debt $1R,900.01
Note: The above debt of the coun
ty I not nnd Include the credit of
apeolal fund for which the oounty
acta na an aent only.
Tho real oounty debt, applicable to
county government la determined by
tnkliiK the total of general fund and
frr ALL fK
$ A COMPLETE LINE OF STRICT- S vp
I LV FRESH STOCK TO CHOOSE J (flf?S
FROM. OCR PRICE IS STILL S
I AT THE 1IOTTOM ( J
I Call and See Our
j Goods p
BEND .. I
HARDWARE,. ,. ft
ce " ' ' ' iW
1 L. Vt nf iy
T ON COUNTY ICE PLANT WILL
road fund outstanding warranta and
iIoductliiK' therofrom the balance on
hand In thoao fund.
Htatement of financial condition a
nt dote of builneae Janua'ry 31, 1914,
Onnnral fund . . .' S 2,413.06
(lonurnl road 2,03R,C1
Hpcclal road 30.23
County aohool 4,839.37
Kpeolal hoIiooIh 1, tH7.6l
IIIkIi mIukiI 191. IS
County fair 4 4.39
Nchool bond 10,l.00
Intoreat on bond 41.00
llond redemption 230.00
Cltlo ............... Soa.Rw
calp bounty 237.28
OutatandliiR warranta .. 48.S28.S2
County debt $ 2 1.SSS.S3
Htatement of financial oondltlon aa
(Continued on iwae C.)
LAND BOARtTJS ROUSED
Stormy Mrrtlnx Held Oven Mornon'
Iji I'lno Contnict.
The tormlet aeeelon the Deeert
Itnd Hoard ever held occurred laat
Thuraday whon Oovernor Weat tried
t.1 Ket the lioard to require tho Dee
chutt Iind Co., headed by J. K.
Morton of La I'lne. to enter Into a
new contract with the atate. Accord
ing to retiorta of the meeting a large
part of tho time wua apent by the
membera of the board shaking their
flats In each other' face, shouting
at each other and Imputing Improper
actlona In reaped to peat dealings
with Mortton and hi project.
The comiiany's contract with the
atato expiree April 1 and Governor
Went aotight to have a new contract
required providing for the protec
tion of the Intereeta of tho aettlora
and making the company put up a
vow bond In place of the present one
which In allged to be worthloee.
Treasurer Kay moved that the com
pany be given an oxtumlon of time
without any changes bolng niado In
tho contract, nnd Attorney General
Crawford aald that tho company
should have an oxtenalon of 90 days
to allow the board to look Into the
matter. At thla point thing began
to happen when the governor charged
that Crawford waa lining up with
Moraon and Crawford vehemently de
nied the allegation.
The matter waa Anally cared for by
allowing an extenalon of 30 day and
In the meantime Engineer Lewie hi
to visit Iji I'lne and make an exam
ination of the company' project and
learn the present atate of affair a on
SATIIKR ADDS TO STORK.
U. A. Settlor has recently oomploU
eil an addition to hi store property
In tho nhnpo of an oil nnd salt store
house. It hi or brick aud stands on
the alley lu the rear of the store, ad
Joining the room formerly occupied
TO OPERATE WITHIN
Power OoiHinriy'n Xwr Hatnbllslimcnt
WJII Ilavo Dully Capacity of Ten
Turin Mnchlurry linn llcen Piir-
olutftcil DullilliiK 10x10 Foct
lieforo leaving for the East laat
Friday K. H. Miller of tho Bend
Water Light & Power Co. announced
that hla organization will build an
Ice plant here, and Immediately. The
miiiuing ami machinery will cost
about $12,000 and the capacity will
be 1 1 tone dally.
T. II. Foley, local manager of the
company, returned from Portland
thla morning, where he says he has
mado all arrangements for the ma
chinery, which ha been purchased.
The building will be about 40x40
feet. Ita exact also will depend some
what upon what decision la reached
In regard to the creamery, which may
be boused Jointly with the Ice plant.
M. J. Danlelson will be In charge of
construction and the plant Is to be
In operation within 30 day.
The new building will adjoin the
old power house and excavation for
It has already been begun. It will
probably be or frame construction al
though a decision on that point ha
not yet been Anally made. In any
case the foundation will be of ce
ment to carry the machinery, which
according to the manufacturer'
guarantee, will be installed within
30 days. The machinery will be fur
nished by the Union Iron Works of
FRANCHISE ISJURNED DOWN
Council Vote Four to Three Apilnst
Kteldl & Tweet Project.
At Ita ndjourned meeting Thurs
day night the City Council voted on
tho electrical franchise applied for
by Steldl & Tweet, and It was defeat
ed by tho margin of one vote.
Tho wholo matter having been
threshed out before no preliminary
dlscueslon waa Indulged In. First,
certain nmondmontB wero offered and
voted on. being turned down. On the
tlnal vote, for passage. Councllmen
Auno, Sather and Davidson voted for
the franchise, and Allen. Collins and
Knutsen against It. Mayr Miller
then voted against It. saying: "I vote
'no' because, after earefal considera
tion, I believe granting a second
franchise now would be against the
best interests of the town."
TO TAKE FRANCHISE TO VOTERS.
Mr. Steldl announced thla morn
ing that It was hla plan to submit the
matter or hla franchise to the voters
of the city. Complete plans for this
proceeding are not yet made.
COU.VTV WARRANTS CALLED
Under the dato of March 26. Coun
ty Treasurer Jordan will call all reg
istered general fund warrants, up to
and Including number 2483. Up to
March 23 the tax collections were
The First National Bapk
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
U. C. COB, President K. A. SATHER. Vioe- President
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid - - tUSJWO
Parties contemplating taking Home
steads in the new lands just eliminated
from the Forest Reserves, should bear in
mind that Berd is the closest Banking
town to these lands.
We are making a special effort to bo
of service to new people coming into Gen
Gall and see us and arrange your fi
nances, so you will not have any trouble
in having your checks cashed.
TR FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. Cob E. A. Satheu C. S. Hudson
O. M. Patterson n. c. Er.ua
SEEKS REMOVAL OF
W. II. Lucy, Removed From Ofllco Hy
CoiiimlMlonrm. Circulates Charges
Against Hlkln, Foster nnil Com.
inUsloncrx Drown and Roylcy.
The first step In an effort to re
call County Commissioners Uayloy
and Drown, Sheriff Elklns and Asses
sor Foster wore Marled hero last
night. W. H. Lucy, whom tho Com
missioners recently deposed as Coun
ty Sealer, Is doing tho work for
Mr. Lucy Is not circulating recall
petitions those will como In a few
days, ho says but a paper making
all sorts of charges against the of
ficials In question. It Is an educa
tional campaign. Incidentally, tho
county la paying ror Mr.Lucy's earn
palgn; at least, he bellovca ho Is still
drawing down mileage for his trav
eling, as he says he Is still county
sealer on the ground that the com
missioners could hire but not flro
The paper in question charges ex
travagance and Incompetence against
the Sheriff and Assessor. Against the
Commissioners the charges are more
precise. For Instance, they aro ac
cused of lending School Superintend
ent Myers 1200 of county funds at
6 per cent, allegedly an Illegal act.
Then It continues: "They (the
Commissioners) have conspired and
acted together in defeating the hon
ed t offorts of the citizens and taxpay
ers to have the books of the tax col
lector audited and inveetlgated and a
proper report made thoreon. Tboy
(Continued on last page.)
EPWORTH LH CONVENES
Over HO Delegate from Dtwcliutes
Valley Exiectcil to Attend.
Preparations for tho fifth annual
Epworth Loaguo convention, to be
bold InJJend on. April 4 nnd 5, are
practically complete and the ovent
promises to bo one of great Interest
and Importance. About 80 delegates
are oxpected from tho Desohutes val
ley towns, largo numbers coming
from Redmond, Madras and Prine
vllle. Arrangements for caring for
most of the delegates in privato
houses has been made.
The program for the convention,
church, will last from Sunday raorn
ehurch will last from Saturday morn
ing to Sunday evening sad Includes
addresses "by some of the most prom
inent ministers lo this soaference. in
cluding Dr. W. II. Sellek,of North
Yakima, Rev. Chas. MeCnughoy of
Spokane and Rev. II. T. Pembqrtoa
at Dalles. Mr. Pomberten was focr
moriy a missionary in tne Airicaa
Hold. In addition to the addresses
every meeting will havo special mu
sical numbers rendered by tho dif
ferent league chapters present.
Special rates for the convention of
one and one third fares on tho cer
tificate plan are offered by the rail
roads. The program in full will bo
published next week.