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The bend bulletin.
IJHNI), OHKUO.V, WKIJMCHDAV AFTKHNOO.V, MAY S7, J 01 1.
: CELEHT1 IS
: PLANNED HERE
MULY FOURTH PLANS
a Masquerade Cm-nltiil on KlrroU In
livening Ik t'mponril tu Ono Altriic
t ilon Mnnjr Aiuiifcliijr livciil To
ll Worked up My Committee.
i' A jtontlmcnt long forming Hint
i -this yonr llond should linvo n Fourth
of July celebration same to a bead
lit n meeting InHt night, when It wnii
tooldml to nrgunlto a ilny of enter-
, trtlnnwmt hero. For two yonr In
on I people who have- desired to colu
hrato hero havo bowed to tho wishes
( of oilitir communities, and now Hint
Redmond nnd Prliiovllto both havo
hud their Inning It was decided tlmt
, thin mmihoh llond win entitled to a
'At meeting tntit night nt tho City
Council room preliminary pinna wore
liciniMid nnd alepa token to get ft
n'orklng comtuUWo. After dUcua-
' Klon It was voted to loovo tlm no I no
tion of a general committee, prnb
nbly of five mnmboric, to Mm. K. 1).
Molntoili nnd J. A. Haiti'. Mr.
Molnlonh Inu been most notlvo In
iiroiiNltiK Internal In tho proposed
oololirntlon. In nddltlon to tho reg
ular committee there will bo an aux
iliary committee of wo in on nnd aov-
irnl RUli-eointiitttnci to hnvo direct
charge of dlffnrimt events.
Tho plana, no fnr as they hnvo pro-
grossed, contemplate n general Kood
tliuo throughout tho dny. A hose
Uall nnino will bo arranged. A get
together luncbonn, probably on the
lnwn by thn rlvor aido, In proiiORml.
, Tlmro will bo foot races. hiiiiHiroua
nitd serious, some homo races, n
greased mln contest nnd Rlmllnr fun
produelng events nnd several shin at
tractions, audi n n tennis tourna
ment, trnp shooting contest, onnoo
races, etc. In tho evening It In pro
posed to hnvo n masquerade foto on
tho streets, tho bnnd playing nt n
ventral Kilnt. fornilnic thn huh of an
out-door carnival. Thn chief apon
orn for tho celebration hnvo canvaaa-
od tho town pretty thorouRhly nnd ro
ort n generous aupport.
Advertising matter for nnlghttortnc
, communities U being prepared nnd
will bu annt out nt onco.
HAM COI.MNH HICK,
Ram Collins Inat week wna taken
nerlouily nick with heart trouble and
had to bo ruhod off to l'ortlond Fri
day night. He I now at thn Conva-
ftaittiSvPt Homo. In a Momawhnt Im-
TOV4(tlooji(mio but allll with hi
heart nnd liver giving hi in dlitre.
, John llio la thoro alio, Hlmllarly
TK.CIIHHH AUK LKAVlNfl.
Tho llcnd tonehera nro departing
on their vncntlona. Mies Cowlea nnd
MIm Ilyron left Hnturday for their
hninfi In Illinois nnd Mnachuetta.
lloth will bo back noxt year. Ml
Holme left for Wlironaln Tuoadny,
and will return, n will Ml Hldtiur,
who alnrtod for Nebrnaka Raturdny.
Tomorrow MIkh Huntington leave
for CnHtlo Hnrk, WnihlnRton, nnd nf
tor n vllt nt thn Vnndevort ranch
Ml DnlNon will go to Illlnol. Rat
urdny night twelvo of tho teacher
hnd a "dutch troat" party nt Mra.
where y-ou ore not known, ovoid all
rcard to your funda by carrying
These cheques ore equally useful for travelers
In America or Abroad. They identify tho
holder to hotels, ticket agents and merchants,
who accept them at lace value in
of accounts. They aro not available to
finder or thief, if lost or stolen.
Let us explain the system.
Deschutes State Bank
Bucccssor to the
Desckubes Banking & Trust Comjwuiy
B. FERIIELL, Proa. F. O. MINOR, Soq'y,
j E, M, LARA, Cashier.
B. Forroll, F. O, Minor, E. M, Lorn
POSTAL HECEIPTS GROW
Inspector Horn In Connection With
New Ruling for UkuI OIllco.
Whnt nrd bollovod to bo tho hut
Ntopn townrd rnlslng tho loonl poit
o'tlco to ancond class wiib takon Inat
wook by r, T. Whltnoy, pont oflloa
liiRportor from Portland.
Tho rocolplo of tho office for tho
yonr undlnR Mnrch 31 woro aurflclant
to plnco the odlco Hit tho ItlRhor
Rrnito nnd Mr. Whltnoy, on hi trip
of Inflection which linn Just andod,
linn checked up tho nffnlra of tho of.
flco propnrntory to aubmltthiR hla ro
port to tho authorities In Wmihlim
ton who will tnke tho final notion.
Tho Rrowth In thn hualnMR at tho
llond olflco Iidr boon atendy nnd con
aUtont for thu pnat throo yonra. Ho
cnlpta for tho ynr ondlnR March HI,
1013 woro 10572, for tho .next yonr
10821 nnd for tho year ending lout
March 18,117. It la underatood Hint
Mr. Whltnoy, In addition to report
Iiir on tho tiMtter of receipt, Im
Rent In wordx of prnlho for thn Ron
nrnl condition and conduct of Him
Qucullon of Mnrlilncry nnd n Ilutter
Mnker Xmr Up.
Tho adjourned mooting of thn
creamery orKiinlxora wnn held on 8a
urdny nftcruoon In tho Commorclnl
Club rooniR, nlout 20 fanner nttond
ItiK. Tho commlttoo npnolntnd to
rolled tho Bubacriptlona roported
im.,,. i, ti,n imn..,rV i,, ttitn i.n.i
t,U.n , K,VInM,V. TUV ,M,
lioon received up to that two nnd
the director of tho crenmery woro
npitolnled to receive the bnlnnco atlll
due, nnd nlo to olclt nioro cow.
Through tho aocretnry. Is. I) Havp
in aim, tho company I now looking
up tho nuetlon of machinery and
alo In Investigating butter maker.
It I expected Hint n butter maker
will bo ho re for tho mooting to bu
held next Raturdny at 8 o'clock. All
Riibiorlbora and other lntoretcd In
tho creamery aro urged to bo proiont.
NEWSPAPER AT STAUFFER
KiitrrprUIng lloinifitrnd Country To
llmo I'libllcAtlon of It Own KiMin.
Tho pnigreRitvo entorprlio of tho
homelead country to tho nouthenat,
which build aohool and found
commercial club, a well a turn a
aagebruh wnata Into cultivated field
la nbout to take anothor forward atop.
Out at Htauffor there la to bo a nowa
paper. C. J. Htauffor, who lives at tho
pottoftlca which boar hi name, Is
orrmnUIng the new project, which
will he known a thn "Htauffor Kn
terprlio." equipment for a Jlttlo plant
lias iieon ordered, nnd It will tio
ntnrtod Romo tlmo In Juno. The
paper will bo a weekly, probably
publUhed on Monday, and will bo de
voted to tho new and advancement
of the big homeatend country which
aurrounda Ita plnco of publication on
all aldoR. and whoio development la
of bo groat Intereat nnd benefit to
llond. Htnuffer la 18 mile south
eat of Hrooklng, In Lot Creek
ynlley. Mr. Htnuffer, who I a U, B.
land aoinnilsilgjicr, la an oxporlencod
JACOIl IHIH DllvS.
Jacob Hlla, tho eminent social
worker, died ycatorday nt hln auminer
home nt llnrro, Mnas. HI Ron, John,
wna n llcnd resident for several yenra,
flrat serving with tho Forestry Sor
vlco hero nnd lnlor on game warden.
A month or moro ago ho throw up
his Htnto job nnd dtuippearod. Ac
cording to Portland paporn ho 1 now
ngalu In thu Korottry employ In Port
laud. trouble in
MiBlBBBBV 1-I 1
drVZjBsSlS'J'Pt- bIIhbbbbbibbJbbiIIv iT
Completed Hectloim Hnvo flood Ap-
pcnriifico -Different Mntei'inlH to
he Tried an Hinder County
Crow AIo Acllvo .V'jrtXtWif1,
Work on tho buvlnoi ntreota of
tho city In currying out tho plana
mndo boforo "Uood Itoads" day hna
boon Rains; on In full awing for tho
InHt 10 day nnd It I iiow poiribla
to got an Idea of tho way tho atroota
will look wtmn tho work I compluted.
Karly last week tho county road
roller camo Into town and began at
onco to roll down tho clndorn Hint
had boon aproad on Wall Rtrcet north
of Oregon. Tho cinder were flmt
wot down thoroughly nnd when tho
rollor wan through tho street had a
very good nppenrnnco.
Dlverao opinions n to tho Inntlng
Jmiiiy or mo aurmco were nonru on
different aide, however, and on thn
quality of tho aurfneo were honrd on
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I ",c no,'la of yWan Hio aurfaclnit
material aro holm; tried.
On Oregon atreot earth has been
mixed with tho cinder to servo n a
kort of binder whllo on tho lower
end of Wall nnd llond atreot tho
roadway han been plowed nnd crown
ed with n scraper preliminary to put
ting tho cinders on. On Wall street
between Ohio and Minnesota It is
planned to mix clny with a light coat
of olndor and then crown with cin
ders. llotwoon Minnesota nnd Oregon the
cinder will bo, placed with tho Idea
of Intor trying out oil as a binder n
projtoged by M. J. Uanlclaon aomo
In preparing Wall atreot for tho
cinders tho cross walks hnvo been
torn out nnd tho earth scraped nwny
from tho curb with tho result that
ladles dressed In tho present stylo
bvo as much dimcuttr In crossing
tho atroct as their sister In larger
cities havo In getting on nnd off atreot
County Crcvr Iluny, AIo.
In nddltlon to this work in thn
city tho crow under Supervisor It. M.
Kldor haa recently movod Its c&nui
to a location on tho river Just below
tho county bridgo nnd from them
will work on tho connection with the
Laldlaw road. Tho city boiler and
atoam drill havo boon moved out to
tho ixrtnj near tho Heed planer wherc
a dgQb?"tbhe cut through and the
work was begun yesterday.
WOOL OUTLOOK IlUIfJHT.
Dun' Trado llovlew contains tho
following optimistic report on tho
"fluslness In domestic wool la re
stricted hy tho small supplies on hand
and the high prices asked by holdlera.
Light receipts of now domestic aro of
fored attd lolling at firm price. Most
of tho current business I In mport
ed stock, which meets with a brisk
demand. Tho now domostlo clip Is
being absorbed, largely on contracts
In advance of shearing, and most of
It will havo passed from tho control
of tho growers earlier than usual.
Tho outlook Is considered favorablo
an consumption Is expanding, storks
far from oxcesslve. and the oltuatlon
strong throughout tho world "
Screen Hinges and Springs
and all Housecleaning ne
and Oil. Also Colol liquid
gloss, the wonderful flirni-.
ture polish. See window
FORM FIRE PATROL
Alrendy 500,000 Acre of Central
Oregon I'lne ImmU Hare Holered
Organlwtloii to I'rcvnit I'ofinl
Ja Itlllty of Kut tiro 1'lre Los.
Organization has been effected of
n now nifloclatloti to combat fire In
timber throughout Central Oregon.
It la known as Tho Centrnl Oregon
I-'Iro I'ntrot Association, and ha been
Incorporated, with headquarters at
Tho officer elected aro as follows:
president. It. W. Wit more; vice pres
ident, John K. Hyan; cc rotary-treasurer,
J. II. Hnncr; directors ft. W.
Wetmoro, A. It. Itogera, D. F. Drooks,
J. I;. Ityan. I'. C. Garrison, J. X. Hun
ter and J. II. Honor. Mr. Haner will
bo Uio working officer, and will con
duct tho nffalrs of the organization.
Already owners of 600,000 acres
of tlmbor lands have entered tho as
sociation, and fully 100,000 moro aro
oxpectod to bo Hated. The area em
braced by tho organization Include
practically all the timber In Crook
county, and Lake and Klamath court
tie north of tho Indian Reservation.
Last year thero were sovoral smaller
co-oporatlve associations, and theso
all have boon amalgamated Into tho
now organization. Under tho atato
law timber owners aro compelled
eltthor to supply adequate patrol for
their holdings or pay tho atato to
do the work. Hy combining all in
terest, and handling tho work on a
business ban. It Is expected that not
only will economy bo eir.nwl bu
also that a very high state of effi
ciency In preventing fire loss will bo
As It is, the flro loss In tho open
Deschutes pine lands, whero there
la practically no underbrush, 1b al
most' a oogllgable quantity. With
tho work of tho association, with or
ganization and ample funds. It is ex
pected to wlpo out any possibility
of appreciable flro loss.
Mr. Honor will dorpto all his time
to the work this summer nnd will be
on tho move throughout tho terri
tory, making his hoadquartors, for
tho most part, nt Ilend. which was al
so selected for tho headquarters of
tho Association because of Ita cen
tral location In regards to the tlmbor.
A leaflet describing tho work of tho
Association, tho by-laws nnd a form
lottcr. Is being mailed to every tim
1IIOII IMIICK FOK WOOL.
J.C Houston, of Roberts, was In
town Tuesday. He has Just finished
lambing. From 12G0 ewea ho got
1120 lambs. Ho says that this Is
tho best soaaon bo ever experienced
In thla or any other country for
sheep. The grass haa boon excel
lent, the winter mild and tho price
fair. Ho contracted his clip at ICo
dollverod at the railroad. Last sen
Bon he got but 11 cents. Ho vt'U
shear at tho railroad on tho way to
tho Bummor range. Princvllle Jour
nal. NOTICE TO ODII FELLOWS.
Second degreo work at tho next
meeting. Monday, Juno 1. AH vis
King members nro lnvltod to attend.
ICE PLANJJS BUS?
Wholesale HblptnenlJi .Made to I'oinf
Tho first wholesale shipment of
Ico from tho now plant of tho llond
Water Light & Powor Co. were mado
last week, one car going to Madras
nnd another to Itedmond. In ordor
to mako theso shipments the plant
was taxed for a short time to Its full
capacity, loading tho officials of the
company to consider tho Installation
of another unit and it Is possible
that this atop may yet bo taken. In
that caso an additional room would
bo added to the present building for
tho use of tho creamery as proffered
by the company.
Officials of tho Seattle compaay
who furnished tho machinery for tho
plant havo recently Inspected tho
plant and hnvo been enthusiastic In
their praise of tho quality of Ico that
is being made. According to them
tho Ico la of an exceptional quality
duo to tho fino water supplied from
the Dechute. In tho northwest
they say there Is only ono other
stream to comparo with tho Des
chutes in the purity and quality of
CLARK RHODESJO MABRY
Monroe, Wnjihlngton, Olrl to Ilecomo
Mr. IthmtcM on June X
J. C nhnrfpfl la In lin rnnrrlj.il nn
Juno 3 to Miss Ellen Fleming of Mon
roe, wasningtoa. sir. Rhodes loft
Saturday night for Seattle, where
he will spend moat of the tlmo bo
foro the wedding, which will take
placo at tho homo of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleming.
Mr. Rhode mot Mlaa Flnm(nr
aomo flvo years ago when engaged
in railroad work there. After a
wedding trip to San Francisco Mr.
and Mra. Rhodes will live hero, mak
ing tneir norae in tue Hlo&a cottage
formerly occupied by the Goulds. Mr.
Rhodes Is local manager of tho Ucnd
If. C. Mcserrcy of Portland Kxamlnc
Dcnchutcs Lumber Co. Holdings.
Concluding the Investigation of tho
timber lands of the Deschutes Lum
ber Co. begun by cruisers reported
to bo in tho employ of tho Weyer
haeuser Interests, M. C. Meservey, of
the Lumberman's Engineering Com
pany of Portland arrived In town
last Week With R. Rlatinrnr. nnrl wont
out to tho lands under examination.
.No information la obtainable as to
the meaning of thla additional survey
hut It Is nnilnmtnnl thnt It la tr .ha.u
up tho results obtained by tho cruis
ers who finished recently, Mr. Me-
erroy is Known as a logging expert
who has esneelnl knnwlndi'n nn Mi-
aiiDjcci or logging railroads. His
visit, coupled with the statement
mado by S. O. Johnson on hla recent
visit to New Orleana and reported In
The Bulletin. lead to the belief that
Important milling news may be ex
pected at any tlmo.
REVISED RU.EH DATES.
The following revised list of wool
"iv. iwm hub levvuiiy uecn issucju.
Pilot Rock. First Bale, May'Slat,
second aalo June lDtb; Echo, fllrat
sale May 22: Pendleton, flrat aalo
May 23; Hoppner, first sale Juno 2.
second sale Juno 26; Shanlko, flrat
sale Juno 4, socond sale June 19,
third aalo July 9; Daker. flrat sale
Juno C; Ontario and Vale, flrat aale
June S and 9: Mauplu, first aula June
1C; Madras, first aalo Juno 17; Con
don, flrat aalo Juno 23; Joseph, first
sale Juno 30: Enterprise and Wallo
wa, flrat sale July 1; Rend, flrat salo
TUe First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
U. C. COE, President E. A. SATHBR, Vice- President
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid
Surplus - - - -
Parties contemplating taking Home
steads in the new lands jus.t eliminated
from the Forest Reserves, should bear in
mind that Bend is the closest Banking
town to these lands.
Wo are making a specia effort to be
of service to new people coming into Gen
Gall and see usf and arrange your fi
nances, so you will hot have any trouble
in having your checks cashed.
TE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. Cob E. A. Sather c. S. Hudson
O. M. Patterson ij. ". Elms
TO DIVIDE THE
COUNTY IS PLAN
PETITIONS C I R C U LAT
INO IN NORTH END
To Vote on Question at Next General
Hlectlon I'rppoMd New County Jo
Uo Calhxl Jefferson Vote of
1003 IS Voting I'rrcincts. . ,
Tho plan for tho division of Iho
county that has boon nnder discus
slon In the northern end of the coun
ty for some tlmo past has recently
assumed a definite shape and. It Ja
understood, petitions aro now being
circulated asking tho county court to
place tho question on tho ballot to be
voted on at tho general election to
be hold In November.
According to a rough draft of the
petition, recently printed In the Ma?
dras Pioneer, tho portion of Crool:
county to be set off to form the new
county Includes the 13 voting pre
clscla In tho northern end of the
county, covering everything, roughly
speaking, north of township 14. Tho
nsaio proposed for the new county
Dy a tabulation recently mado it
appears that tho registered vote 'a
the proposed Jefferson county Is 106S
as against 2873 In the rest of the
present Croolc county. Other com
parative figures aro aa follows: Tax
able area, Jefferson 990,720 acTej.
Crook 2,310,706. aaseaament 1912-,
Jefferson 93,272,244, Crook ?9,G39g
S81. Thero are 34 voting preclntUr
left In tho old Crook county. "f
To obtain tho desired1 division the
voto In tho now county must be W
per cent In favor and 35 per cent In
favor In the balance of tho county.
The proposed petition Is as fol
io wa: j-m
To tho Honorable Court of Creole
Whereas. It appear" n be expedi
ent and desirable to form a ner
county to bo known as Jefferson
county out of that portion of Crook
county lying north of a line begin
ning at the uontheoat corner of town
ship 11 S. Rango 19, E. W. M.. and
running thence In a westerly direc
tion along the township lines to tho
northwest corner of section 4, town
ship 12 8. Rango 16 E.. W, M., thenco
In & southerly direction along the
section lines to the southwest cor
ner of section 33, Township 12 8.,
Rango 1G E., W. M., thenco In a wes
terly direction along the township
lines to the southwest corner of town
ship 12 8., Range 15 E., W. M..
thence In a southerly direction nIon
the Township, lines to the southwest
comer of Township 13 8.. Range 1?
E., W. M.. thence In a westerly direc
tion along the Township lines and a
continuation thereof to the westoru
boundary of Crook County, Oregon,
Whereas. Tho proposed Jefferson
county has pronorty of an assessed
value of moro than two million dol
lars and an area of more than four
hundred rquare miles, and a popula
tion of over twelve hundred, and.'
Whereas. Crook county will Mre
In the territory remaining arterjlef
ferson county Is cut off an areoof
over four hundred square miles and
(Continued on lost pace.)