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THE BEND BULLETIN.
llliJfl), OIII.'UON. WHDNKHDAV AFTHHNOO.Y, .11 1.V i!i!, Mi 1.
650 SIGNERS ON
ALL PRECINCTS ARE
Committee Meet Willi Orntlfyliw
Huccra Wherever Petition nro
Prrrntcd It. II. Irving of Mnd-
mm (Ihtfi Flgurr on Taxation.
. Although thn campaign for Dea
hute county waa alow In Ketlinii
under way, Ita progress, once started.
Iism lit'cn rapid, n ml already morn
(linn linlf thn requisite number of
xlgncrs In Rat tho matter on tho No
vember ballot linn been secured.
rirriilntlon of tlit petition began
on Tuendny of laat weok. Uy Sat
urday nlKtit Hourly f00 had signal,
represontliift prncllcnlly every voting
prueinct in the now county. A was
to ho expected thn greatest number
of algncra nro from Ilnrfil both be
cause thero nro tnoro hero to algn
than elaculioro In tho county nuil b
eatutn thn orlKlnnl committee In lo
cated hern nnd cnn moot tho voters
Tlmt tho proposed rilvlMou doea
not Interest llund Mono Is ahown
however. ty the roflpoimo the eoni
tnltti'ii linn mot with In othor town
where thn petitions have lieott circu
lated In tho tltno allien the work
started Alfalfa, La Pine, Laidlaw mill
Hlaters have ltHn visited and every
where the result hna been tho same -
signatures ohlnliipil front practleallv
(Continued on laat imk )
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OPPOSE INITIATIVE MEASURE
Portland Clininlirr of CNininirrro
Would Kcoi ltrwrrt lanil I loan).
POHTI.ANI), July 1C Doalnrlns
that thn proposed law to abolish the
oltlro of atato engineer would prae
tlrally put n atop to dovolopmqnt and
reclamation Work In Kaatorn Orego'i
nid iwt tho state hack 20 yeara, thn
trustees of tho Portland Chamber of
Commerce todny decided to lend tho
Hint In opposition to tho Initiative
Thn proposition was brought Im
forn the chamber by a dolRatlnn of
rnglnecra and development advocate
numbering 35 persons. It waa point'
rd out by tho varloua speakers that
a qualified head for thn Irrigation
projects of Oregon la Imperative. Thu
frt result of tha law, Jt.waa contend
ed. wOQld-bo-to prevent the expcndl
turn of flfi.OOO already appropriated
for a topographical survey which
would ho tho hastaof all future rcU
Among- those who nddrrared 1!""
ahnmtiitr In oppoiltlon to thn hill
wuro Colonel C. K, H. Wood. Urnoat
l. Ilopnon. onslneer of tho unite I
Htntc reclamation aervlee. f. C
llenny, I. A McArthur nnd II II
Miller, chairman of tho Oroiton-ln-lro-elw)tric
MAKING FINAL CHECK
.Tohiuon.MY) ri linciiHcr Iteprteutn
tienTnkliiK Irfoit Htepn In Hide.
Kxcopt for a nllitlit dluoKrcomonl
nH to tho nmount of timber Involved
eifiH Go Awa
IWIlClt yuu UIC IlUl KI1UWII, UVUIU U.l
rcganl to your funda by carrying
i These cheques are equally useful for travelers
.In America or Abroad. They identify the
, holder to hotels, ticket agents and merchants,
' who accept them at face value n payment
ofaccountB. They are not available to
finder or thief, if lost or-Btolen.
Let us explain the system.
Deschutes State Bank
Bucceaaor to tha
Desckutos Banking & Trust GpsjuHiy
mcD, ohicoon, Jl
'b. FKnitErx. r
Ht M, LARA,
' a"" DIRK0TOR8. J'
,ll.,F5rroll, V, O. Minor, B. M. Lam , -
thn paitlon to tho WoynrhnoiiMor
Johnion timber unlo nro reported to
hnva readied tin underntnmlliiR nnd
iih Moon n n re-rlionk cnn ho rimde
nnd thn amount (leflnltely iiHcertnlnoJ
tho dcnl will ko thrnuKh.
Proiiilnetit tlmbermoi) roprosnntlntc
both imrlWm In tho trntiHiictlon iir
rlvod In town hint week nnd nro now
engaged In u II mi I ntirvoy on thn Innda
up river. AmoiifC thorn nro H. O.
Johnson. J. A. Davln, V. J. Imio. It.
K, Blnttnry, I'realdonl Moaorvoy of
too i.umiiarmuua KiiKineoriuK corn
puny of Portland nnd J. (J. Cnmpbotl
of thn Cloquet Lumber Company of
While nothing definite onn bo
lenrnod na to tho pinna of tho pur.
o hnaora It- la underatood tnnt mem
hera of tho party have tnld that tho
orectlon of n mill will hd begun na
aoon aa thoy havo taken title.
POWELL BUTTE FARMER IS
.T, i:. Wnrner'a Itekiilt'i llenr nut tho
Idea of A. O. Walker Ap to Hhccp
on Krnnll JPorin.
Tho Idem of A. O. Wnlknr, of Al
falfa, ott tho aiibjecl Of Mining aheup
on the anmll Irrigated fnrma In thin
aoctlon na not rortn In TU i iluiletin
of April 23. nro finding n practical
confirmation In tho experience at
nnothor farmer In tho Powell IliiMn
country, na roportod by County Ak
Tho farmer In (juration la J. K.
Warner. Ho hna kept aheep for tho
naat nine montha nnd hla ilKtirea in
reaped to cent a and "proflta tnlly
oloaoly with tlioie which Mr. walker
aald might bo expected.
In thn fall of 1013 Mr Warner
bought 200 owea at f 2 per head. The
wintering of the hard coat him 7ft
eenta a bend nnd he obtained an In
prnaKO of till nor cent. The herd
clipped an average1 of 12 pound of
wool which brought 10 cnta er
H)iiud. lln will aetl off tho wethnra
and thn poorer ewe nnd breed for
January lamba thla year. The ahei
were kept on a in ucro farm, chiefly
on alfalfa hay and tmnlure.
Mr. Warner'a roaulta are of Inter
iat In bearing out thn theory advnir
ed by Mr. Walker ami becnuae aa Mr.
Ixivutt puta It. "Wo havo hero amplo
proof that the aheep will pay on tho
amnll farm In Central Oregon nnd
fairly aubatnntlal evidence that thla
aoctlon of tho atate may be noted for
Ita wool production even after It haa
tteen all taken over by the amall rai
nier," AD CLUB EXCURSION BIG
Portland Hill Como to Ilend Con
dlllon I'ottfid Improving.
That tho cxcurtlon which tho Por
Und Ad Club will make to Ilend lt
(ember G and 7 will boia 'record
breaker, ao far aa atteadaacA la' con
cerned, la tho aaerton"or o. p. Put
nam. who anent Uatv'Wcek In Port
land, where ho attended thu weekly
lunrheon of thn Ad Club nnd mot
manv of Ita prominent member. Tho
organization It moat enthualnatlc
concerning the Jaunt, nnd the com
mittee In oharco aaya It will brln,i
not leu than 100 bualueaamen. and
probablv niorc Thla, It la pointed
out. will be the largeat exruralou ever
aoiit out from Portland bv ant alugl
orgnnlxntlon. nnd many time larger
delegation than over haa paid an of
ficial vlalt to a community tho alte
Trnvolora from tho Middle W'est.
aald Mr. Putnam, report no actively
Improving bualneaa condition. Somo
aald. for luatnnco, that general trado
in thn Chicago dlatrlct haa bettered
60 tier cent, during tho laat month.
In Portland an optlmtatlo-aplrlt la
P.O. MINOR; Scc'y.1 ' i.'
PMlriA aWl illiJi II
InxpertJoii nnd Auction Halo TIiIn Hot'
urtlny Inatltutlon Wim lintnblUli-
ed Through Co-()operatlvo Work
of Fanner and lu1nr Men.
tlend'a co-oporntlve croamory la
now an ottablhthed fact. After
montha of work, aomo dlncournge
monta, many delays nnd moat of tho
vlciaaltudvs to which auch proJecta
nro subjected tho now Institution la
And not only la It completion n
trlhuto to tho progroaalve aplrlt of
tho farmera who nro backing It and
who chiefly will bo benefitted by it,
but oven better. It la a gratlfylnz
proof thnt tho farmera of tho Mend
country and tho bualneaamen of Ilond
cnn got together and co-opernto. lor
much of tho hard work in promoting
the creamery wna done by local mcr
chnnttf, under tho nuaplcea of the
r'..ii.irilii' fluli nml Bluiiit ItnOi)
hna been aubaarlb'ed by bualneaa men
and loaned to got tha project on Ita
Yeaterdnr the flrat butter waa
mndo. Bnturdny tho llrat butter will
be told. Probably It will be protty
oxponalvo butter, too. bucnuae the
hlglieat bidder la to get It. and many
dealro tho distinction of aeeurlng tho
Initial pound. After tho Commercial
Club luncheon Saturday noon far
mera and hualaeM men will adjourn
to tho Creamery, there to inspect the
plnnt and to participate In an auc
tion. Tho butter made thla weak
will bo auctioned off to the hlglieat
blddera, probably In amnll quantities
nnd thereafter llend folk cnn butter
thalr broad with Hond-mndo butter,
manufactured In an Inatltutlon 'n
which nearly cveryono la more or lew
Monday more than 400 pounda of
milk waa brought In, and thero la
every, proapect that local farmera will
uao their plant fully. Tho establlah
munt of a permanent co-operative
market la expected to mean that
many mora cowa will be purebnied la
tho neighboring country.
TELEPHONE OFFICIALS TOUR'
Genera) Maaairer of tho Pacific Phono
Ooeipaay and Othera lero.
ilaat TUuraday llend waa vlalted
by a party of the hlghoat offlclala of
tho Pacific Tolephono tt Telegraph
Company, Including the general man
ager from San Kranclaco. While
nothing waa given out, It la believed
thnt the trip la connected with tlw
plan, broached laat year, of erecting
a telephone lino directly down tho
Deachutca from Hotid to Tho Dalle.
Inatead of via Prlnevllle and Shanlko
aa at preaont.
The j arty, which traveled by aut-.
Included J. C. N'owell, gonoral man
ager. P. H. Coolldio. general com
morclal aiiperintendnnt, both of Ban
Kranclaco and W. D. Mooro. of Port
land, division auperlntondant of
plnnt. Thoy wero entertained hero
at tho Kmbloni Club, and proceeded
aouth to Crater Lako Friday morn-Inir.
Rakes, Mowers, Binders
and Reapers and Repairs
for the same. Also a complete stock
of Pipe, Pumps and Pumping Br-
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Bend Hardware Go.
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LUfflbtH MKKtl i
BUSINESS FROM BEND
Onlera for M'anufacturera In Thla
Territory Incroaae, Hhlpmciita are
Heavier nnd Price. JVottei Car
a Day Goen From Hero Now.
No better newa for local lumber
manufacturer, aryl llttlo more en
couraging In Ita rolatlon to largo mill
operation here, haa appeared for
many montha than tho circular Juat
laauod by tho Western Pine Mnnufau
turora Association. lirlofiy. the nowa
la of vaatly Improved market condi
tions, with larger domand, better
prlcea and a greatly Improved out
look for tho lumber bualneaa.
In conjunction with thla the llend
Company's mill la running to capacity
and since July first an nverago or
tnoro than a carload a day of lumbpr
haa been shipped, while ordora con
llnuo to como in satisfactorily, bring
ing a hotter outlook than local manu
facturera have faced for. many
Thla means, for Inatance, that thia
mouth about 110.000 worth of manu
factured materials, grown and mlllel
here, havo been shipped from Ilond.
In return for which eaetorn money
haa como to llend. I-ast woek the
llend Company, aaya Genoral Man
ager Keren, whipped the moat valu
able car of lumber thua far aont
from thla territory. It went to New
York, and contained four inch ae-
ItciKirt la OptimUtic.
The optlnibitlc report mentioned
abovo la aa follows:
"Somo of the manufacturers from
thla territory havo recently returned
from tho coaat and report that con
ditions are looking much hotter over
thero and that the recent advanco
mado by tho coaat milts aa a general
thing la being woll maintained, and
It looka aa though It would continue
to be ao.
"Mills on the coast are well up to
the saw on dimension and are atrip-
ping all they are cutting. There la
a general feeling that bualneaa wlil
continue good, but that there ia no-
thins in tho Bituatioirto 'warrant a
great Increase in the output.
"In thla territory, prlcea generally
seem to be on a better level than
two weeka ago, while the volume of
bualneaa la certainly looking good.
Orders up to date for thU month
ahow an IncrcaSo of alx hundred and
eighteen cars aa compared with first
eighteen dayu of July a year ag.
figures being seven hundred and
thirty cars for laat year and thirteen
hundred and forty-eight cara for thla.
"The Increnso In orders Is well dis
tributed among tho members, there
being only one case where the num
ber of cara reported thla ear la not
conalderably mare and In moat cas
it la greatly in excess oi mat year
Tho oue caao shows practically tha
aamo for thla year aa for last.
"The month of June showa fort
threo millions feet sold aa compare 1
with twenty-seven million feet a year
ago and ten million pieces of lath at
compared with eight million a year
"Crop outlook continues to bo of
tho best. Recent reports of bine
This Saturday at 2 p m. a
meeting la called by the Direc
tors of tho Water User' Aww
elation. It will be held hero, In
tho rooma of tho City Council,
or olsowhero If tho accomoda
tions thero do not suffice. Tho
sottlirn Interested In the move
desire all bualneaamen nnd far
mers to bo proaont, snylnir that
matters of vital Importance con
corning local irrigation a flair
will bo discussed.
ruat In aomo parts of the Dakolas
havo been greatly exaggerated M
nearly ae can bo ascertained.
"Wo bco nothing In tho situation
that does not warrant getting a good
price for our product from now on.
Blocks, particularly In wblto pln.,
seem to bo badly broken."
SEND BALL TEAM BEATS
TEAM FRDMJHE TUMALO
Monty H)TonueIl Oioen Captain
Will Play Game This Sunday, Prob
ably Willi Terreljonni'.
Tho ball team haa at last elected
a captain, the official chosen beln
the old vet Monty O'DonnolI. and
with thla start, although a little lato
In tho reason, the ball team nhould
ahow great improvement, as thero
will bo a "boss" to aupervlse.
Thla Sunday tho team will play
probably wtth Terrebonne.
Last Sunday the team played it
nine from tho Tumnlo Project, which
resulted In a decisive victory for tho
locals, by a score of 13-7. Rend
scorned to be nble to hit everything
that came along "making a total of
12 cloan blnglea, three of which wore
made by S. Stcldl. Tho Tumaio
team atartod a rally In tha ninth,
when Springer weakoned a little but
with tho support that was gtvffn him
the oppoalng player. -cr retired
with only three more runs to their
Tho line-up waa as follows: Rend
Culp If. Stover as. Springer p. O'Don
nolI c. 8. Steldl lb. Johnson 2b. Paul
of, 8proat 2b, J. StciJl rf. Turnillo -Van
Metre c. Hughes"!!). I'dll&m Sb,
Armstrong aa, Harr3b, 8torr--p,
Rrandenburg rf. J. Pulllam cf, Shear
er If. ' ",
The following Rend men mado hits.
Culp 2. -mover 2, O'Donncll 2, Stcldl
3, Johnson t Paul 1, Sproat 1.
AUGUST FLOWER SHOW
Library Club Beta Date for Exhibition
At a special meottng of the Ladle
Library Club held Tuesday afternoon
it was decided to hold the annual
Mower Show Saturday, Auguat 2.
Prizes will be given for plants, cut
flowers, collectlona of fiowera and
General rulea of the Flower Show,
and a completo Hat of fiowera and
vegetables for which prlieaywHI l
givon will 'bo published later In The
III'SIXKSS KOITH ItOOMS.
J II. Wenaudy left last night for
Portland, to get the third two-to-t
Maek auto truck for tho mall line to
Silver Lake. Mr. Wonandy saya tha
freight, cxprcsa and passenger busi
ness to the south ia booming. Two
trucks, now on the run, are swamped,
and he has two alx-horse teams on
the work alo. He estimates tho av
erage amount hauled by the mall
trucks each day at 3000 pounda whllo
many pasnongera also are using the
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND.OR.EGON
U. C. COE, President E. A. SA.THER, Vlo- President
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid - - - 8o.Q0Q
Parties contemplating taking Home
steads in the new lands just eliminated
from the Forest Reserves, should bear in
mind that Bend is the closest Banking
town to these lands.
We are making a special effort to be.
of service to new people coming into Cen
Gall and see us and arrange your fi
' nances, so you will not have any trouble
in having your checks oashed.
TSi first national bank of wend
"''.. DIRECTORS '
U. c. Ooe E. A. Sajher c. a. Hudson
O. M. I'ATTKKSOJJ
m EAST SIDE
SEE US GO
".Newa" Refer to llend aa "FeaterVm
Ibxly Politic" and' Saya Many In
Old Crook County Think Tho,
Division In n qood FUn.
Evidently Prlnevllle sentiment (a
well divided on the division ques
tion, and certainly a strong repre
sentation of county neat people .aro
favorably disposed toward the move.
Even the Prlnevllle News, whoso dl
like for this section Is Indicated w.ben.
It refers to us a "a troublesome fes
ter on tho body politic," scenario
havo about made up Its mind to en
dorse tho division, bellovlng. of do
many east-sldera, that Prlnevllle will
be better oft without us. Saya tho
'.Tn response to tho call in Tho
Newa-of last week for an expression
of the views of our readers anentjibe
county division we have have receiv
ed tho diversified opinions of a large
number of prominent cltlzcna- g
Crook county. Tho general opinion
as expressed ia that a part of. the
southwest portion of thla countyjfcla
for several yearn been as a trouhte
somo fester on the body politic jSU
tho application of the .surgeon's k&
lu tho form of votes at the getfgftl
election would forever rid the people
(Continued on laat page.) .
BtNU A US SISItHS J
iocal Mercliiint Contribute Towrnta
'i Fair nt Neighboring Town'.
"Biatora haa act the date for their
air this year. It will bo held -on
October 1, 2, 3, and one day will bo
set aside aa "Bend Bay." Laat week
George Altkcn and F. L. Shaw wero
here and ai a result of their solid
tatldna generous contributions wero
made by local morchanU.
The list as printed in the Slaters
Herald, is aa 'follows:
Flrat National Da.nk J 15,0
Tha Dead C6apaay..w,:iV.00
The Bend Bulletin 2.0.0
IL M. Smith Clothing Co.... 3.00
Dcscbutea State Bank 5.00
Patterson Prua; Co.
A. L. French . . , . ,
Bkuse Hardware Co. . . . . . .
Bend Hardware Company . . .
W. W. Faulkner
W. C. McCuIaton 2.0
Dort 8huey . '. . . . 2.00
Bend Milling &' Warehouse Co
, 1 Bbh.Flour
It la underatoqd that a large dele
gation from Bend will be at the fair
and that later probably more contri
butions will bo forthcoming.
CUBS DEFEAT IUDLAV.
Sunday morning thn A. L. French
Cuba defeated the Laidlaw Sluggera
by a 9-8 score. Tho gtuue waa very
exciting throughout, the main fea
tures being two base hita by Tel
Hoke and Sonny WhltHold. They
will play either Iledmond or Laidlaw
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