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The bend bulletin.
iii:ni, oiinoox, vi;i.i:hiiav aitkhnoon, aioiht jw, mm i.
quote It 1 in In piirt, You will notice
ho HponkH of iiloknrliiK. Ho la light
for tlio iWmpIo will hlckcr and ntamp
tholr foot and kirk up u ntlnk llko n
hilly Koiil, u ml tho mnro Kntaofiilly
I'rlnnvlllii kIvoh up In hor old
(ho Imltur for her. Tlio tiuolutloii
LOSS IS LIGHT
RIS LEO BROKEN
which la tha only efficient way to find
tho bullet In n enra of thla kind Tho
(K bona la hndly ahattored nud tha
floali full of particle of Ikmih.
Th (mtlonl haa Htiffyod groat pain
and undoiilitedly will ht laid up for
h lonK 1 1 mo. Thoao attandlnK him
any ho oxhlhltcd line nerve from tha
rotlowN. (I (ore fnllowa tho lutlor
prliiltid In Tho lliiltutlii IhbI nouk.)
INTER-MOUNTAIN IS IN
FAVOR OP IT
J'opor Point Out DlMuUiiiitiiKCH of
I'roMuit HKunilirti mill llt'iitilll of
(Miiuiu Oliitli'r of Coat anil
fnlllt'lllttlltO I I) I HI' II UN (III.
A growing antliueit III favor nf
county division la apparent lit tha U
Pine efiiititrr. hihI Mom the number
or atuiiHUrw the pall tutu vuwiulltwi
U niiiMlnliiKKiKl thn opinion llrei'
fil everywhere, It In fair to say Hiat
lha t.rrllfiry thereabout ta praetle
all Kulti) fur the. mnva,
Ibnldeu the , far greater conven
ient of Imvliux.H comity seat u tin
at able, tiJoao lit baud nail the hope
of waiving far more for the tax
money wintrlhutod, an argument In
strong favor In tUa I.H Pine country,
nrrnnlliiK to rualdmtu tbora. la Hih
uaaurance thai n rwapaatable rtwrtli
MNll Willi ll riHMl t'BII be built ami
maintained vln I.ii Pine when l)ea
rhutaa county cornea Into odttenea.
Aa It la. no Mtirli road la poeelhlo,
with Prlnevllle working peralatonlly
for lha north nnd aouth route
through that (ohm. dleregardlHg tlia
loajcal anil auportor claims of tbe
weal aide communities.
The I .a Pine sentiment la wall ok
pressed In the laat Issue of tbe Id
ter-Mountaln, which cenlaloe tha fol
"8Hilmenl In rogard to MiHntr "
vlelnu la running high at ihla tlma
nd Ih II rut question that Neighbor
Junes uta to Neighbor Mmtth tkeae
lnya la. Mow tin you like uia boon
ttarlea of our naw county?'
"Than tho nnxl remarks are eemo
Ihlnc llko theeo: 'It will bo flue,
-won't It, hIihii N county court
house oh ur aide of Ihla nlil earth?
Do you know, wo havo Ihhm In tlia
haMl of figuring on a tan dn'a camp
ing trli on going to Prlnevllle from
tbla part of tlin eoiitily to way our
Uum HUI iraiiwtet uthar laiwl wut
tara. What I can't uitdnrataud la
why wo hna tat thla county dlvlelou
matter drag along all those years.
Tba combined expense In one year of
our people In thla tunl of tho Crook
founly empire la going to anil com
litR Com Prlnevllle on lnal luattata
would tiwllil n matcnlntt-Ht court
bona, pa official aalarlna for a
car ami tiuy and malutalu a county
NUtoinohlla. Anil for ail thaaa x
M.nf for yaara. In addition U our
roaular taaca. a hava't lot a tlurn
ad thing to allow, not ran a raaoar.
laid atatpm or Indian raada. What la
thundar lacoma of all our lax mon
at. anyway? That higher taxaa'
talk of I'rlHavtlla can't run oar
im tha iiaonla raaltllnK Ik tha tarrl
tnry rotunrlalnK tho nnw count laa,
lr lha aanto raaaon that Riwln did
not uani to loa Cuba and tho l'UII
Ipldnat, I'rlnavllla will nut wqut to
loaa (ha naw Uaacbiilaa and Jaffaraon
"A taxitayar, wiilliMf lha ilatlnw
IMnunor, hltf lha anfka ao QiiarHtr
on tha head thai w ara hoIhk to
vis ' ,, , - - .. ;
Sireick Ae Vmuo
Thoro nro two wuya of HlrotttliliiB your lpoQjiit"' wrojig way nnd a
, You nml your wlfo onn pull on It from omionjnif irylii uutll tlio loiiu
aufforiiiK Py onvolyiio KaHPH for hroRtli'.. Thnfa thu wrong wuy.
Or you nnd tlig hutar hnlf onn got rlBlit down to hriilq taoks nnd work
both ondtt ukuJiihJ. llto mlildlu bo auccosafully that your luotno will atratch
o 11 lionltliy liunlt nqcount with tin. Thnt'u tho right wn Tn' lU
Deschutes State Bank
I 1IKNI), OHKOON.
ROAD IMPROVEMENT FROM .
Oircinwioil (linilo Ik Itciiiiivcd mill
,tv Itoiito Opcui'il, Willi (food
(liiiitca mill .No I lock, lilted to
IUhii Cici-U mill Mm iin ItfiiuN.
Thn runt! Iiuprovaiuant work on
(Iramittoud uvaiiiio. and tha o poll In
of tho uaw itind otiat aloiiK tho aouth
alda of I'llot liiittu, la pruKraaalnx
ntplilly. I 'pon Ita eoinplatlou lloud
will hatu u now and Kroatly lilinrovad
antrnnca from tha oaat, ronnactlni
dlrontly with tha llanr Croak ami
1 1 n ma roii (In.
TIih (trada on (JraanwcMiil. Juat -ynnd
tho city llmlta, haa iiaon altm
Inatml, and from thara to tha lollU
tha work la about complatad, oxeapt
for tha clndnrlng. Alaiut two waeka'
work will ba raiilratl to (Inlaw tha
How road at llm Imao of tha hutta.
W. II Muy 1 1 ft a liaau In dlracl charaa
of the- work, with County Com hi la
alonar It. II. Ilityluy auptfrvlalnK H-
Thia uaw ruuto tnaka n atratuht
road tlua at from town to tha Mg-
raawtlOH and tha matrly roailn. It
la aoiiiHWlml ahortor than tho proaoul
roada. nml far aupnrlnr in (Kilnt nf
KrHdiai uiiil In froadoiu from rocka
and turn. Tho coat of tba work un
dHrtakati, liicltidlnK aunia that w.ia
duna juat north of town, la about
$7,000. protmiiiy fa.oon or which
wont for labor. Kroui tha elty llm
lta tha now work axtonda aaat alaiui
ClndarlHR tba rond wuat from the
hutla will bo dona, but probably the
llonl louche will not It kIvoii tba
work until tliore la a wm rain.
FLOWER SJOW SATURDAY
.Miuiy KutilcN nml Mmiy I'rlca for
Aiiiiinil I'lorttl Kxlillililiin.
Tlia annual flower alio. Khan un
der the auiplcea of lha Ladloa Li
brary Club, will be held Ihla Katurday
cominaiirliiK nl 2 p. in. Thla soar
the llean hulldlDK haa bean aaleete'i
for Hi" oxhlbltlon.
In nddltlun to the many prlxaa
IMtwl In The llullattn roeantly. more
hava baon donated alneo. iiiukliiK tha
.r.x Hat tho larKeat nud imaU at
Iracllre ever ofTor.-il for tho ahow.
Tha oxhlbltlon thla war promiaea In
It by fur the baa', both In point or
oluine and In variety of ontrlaa, )at
held Unrc. ' --..,
DurlnK the afternoon rofreahiHenta
will bo aorvotl by the ladlea, and thera
will he inualc. Many cut llowara ami
pollwl ploHta will be on anlo. Tho
JutlKoa will be V. I). Ilarnea of Ultl
Inw, Mra. MorehoHaa ami Mra.
An unintended error waa made In
tha flRuraa prlntad In Tba Hutletlu
btat wak abowUfc Die amounla raut
ed for tfaueral wiuatj purtMiaao in tba
pat year. Tba error occur
red In tba ttvuraa for tha year lull.
Tba correct figures are aa followa
Year M Ulnae 1'nld State (lim'l I'uml
1D07 ... S. JH.9B0 f 3B.SIB
1908 ,.. 9.1 1I.68S -tO.SOl
1U0B . .. 9. . 17,181 61.7ID
1010 ... 7.1 1)1,071 11.318
1911 ... 7.9S (30.B99) 74.SUI
1911 ...17.45 1I.S7!) 1&8.S07
1D1S ...H.BO (nM.Jl) 1H8.187
Tlia mlllaBa fur 1911 nml 19 IS did
pot Include tba Mato tnx aa In all
llliii'M I line .Mciuit HiiiployiiiPiil lo
.Mmiy .Mun Ilcio tunl lhciulltiire
of Aliout Hll.diio In U'tiKcn -
I'lica tiro Itcmlllj llauillctl.
While atHKHarlna: laaaoa are leault
Imk Im loaa favored Umber araaa of
the Northwest through foraat Urea,
the Central Oregon waatara white
Hnu bell haa Ihmiii rowarkHhly inr
luiiata. for luaUtnce, lr. R. Poreat
Rupervlaor Merrill and J. II. llnnor
head of the Contra I Oregon Klre Pa
trol AiaHHilatlou, atate that the com
hlnetl Urn loaa lu (lovfrnineiit nml
privately owned Umber under their
Jttrladltitton oerlnlnly ' tloaa not ox
caod n.100 while probably 11000
would cover; It.
Thla la due to two caniea. The
Drat la the character of the limber
lamia, which make thatn notably tha
heat lire rink In the country- Indeed,
practically no lire rlak at all for
the pine Umber la very open and rroo
from amnll growth and iintlarbriiah,
at that audi Urea na do occur are
Krnitiid Area and eaally handled. And
aeoondly, the nateiuatlxd fire nalit-
Iiik inethoda of the loreat feervlct.
the Aaaoclatlun and the Mtate, with
talephonfta nnd looknuta, etc., provo
moxt eltlclHtit In handltiiK the work.
.Mmiy Knuill lllnt'i.
However, I ho laat ten dayi have
been tho bualeat over aeon hero. M
far aa foreit llnnt are concerned. Tha
wnoda are oapoclnlly dry, there are
many camper and huntera and "-event
I IIrIiIiiIhk atorms Imve added
their quota to the blnxea.
The Koroat Service handled altout
to firm durinK the I nut ten daya,
and the Aaitoolntlon reports 19. All
thoaa have boon widely acattered.
With one oxcoptton the flroa In the
Itevurvea huvo not oxeemled 320 acroa
In area, tho ItuHtea of merchantable
tliuhar have been very alight. Moat
or the tiro tllfllcult to handln haa boon
In black Jack thlckut Rrowth, whore
ho commercial dnninKO wna dono, and
(he effort wna lo get the blaxe umlor
control beforu ronchlnic valuable tlm
bor. Ouo Rood trfat of the flroa haa
bean the employment of many in mi
from Hand Supervisor Morrtlt re
IMirla thai he line up to 84 men, bo
aide the regular Kervlre omployaea.
Mr. Ilanar haa hired up to 60 men
While the final llgurea are not yet
obtainable, thla meana that In all
probability at laaat leon dava work
bare Intel tlone and paid for. or. at
an average of $1.60 a dav. cloaa to
$3,000 will have been paid nut to
local lalmr. Iiaalde the amount ex
pended for aupplltMi.
Ten of tho National Koreat flroa
warn ao amnll Hint the regular foreo
handled them readily. Ten othora
tequlred vruwa, aunt out from hern.
Tho larKoal flroa wore dlatrlbutod as
Three small one near Odell lake. 1
near Davis I.ake, 1 larger one aoulh-
(Contlnuetl oh laat page.)
CALL and Let Us SHOW the
Latest in .
Hunting Season is Now Open
BEND HARDWARE CO.
THK COMPANY THAT l'l'T Till J
"WHAll" IN HAHDW.UU-J.
PRED GILBERT SHOOTS
AtoltSont Montlii)' tit Citino I'rolrle
llnrM! IIhcIih, Automittlt! I'bttol
IMrc MclptoNM l,ntl In Trnckctl
li' Ikutr, Tin fiiU'iitnl by Hull.
GltAtflB IMWIItlK. Aug. 17.I'retl
nilbort, nm of K. O. Gilbert of Beotl.
whii aorloMaly hurt here tbfa itHiru
Imk. whan hie Baraga awtomaUe pta
tol wont ok IwDiHt when hla homo ba
jCMU to buck and one altot autarad bla
loft Ihk alMMit olght I lichee altove the
knee, plardnf tha Iwne and making
a had fracture. Than the boy drag
ged hltnaelf nearly a mile, and lay
there from about ten o'clock In the
incirriltiK until after five In tha even
lux, when. O. W. H. IHley heard hla
cat la andr necued him.
When found, any a Hilar, a amall
hour had tracked tho blood trail up
to about 40 yards of Gilbert, and an
ugly- hull on the other aide seemed
on the point of goring him. I.aor.
lliler tracked up and killed the bear.
(lllbort loft Httnd laat Thursday.
aoootniHuiyjBK some aheop herders
He had camped alone near the loot
of tho ('ramie, and waa starting home
whon the trouble occurred, a couple
of mlloa east of the Hanger station
on the upper Ilcnd road.
Ills horse, a Knen cayusc. hncaina
frlRhtened at something, and huoked.
Gilbert carried n Hemlncton rifle,
atul In n holster was tlio nutomatlc,
a 32. Apparently the safety was not
on the latter for It discharged twice
before becomlnK cloRRed. Ono shot
hit tho rider full In the upper leg,
and the other, seemingly, severed tho
cinch, for saddle and rider were
thrown off and tho horse disappeared.
Thon the Injured loy iiiBnaRed to
crawl about threo quartora of a mile,
to tho etlRe of tho I'ralrlo. whoro lie
gave out. Ho lay there nil dny, un
til llnnlly, late In thn afternoon. Ills
crlo for help wore heard by Hlley,
who la stationed at the Cow Camp
and was aolnc o the Station.
Hller took the boy to the Station,
whence Dr. Coo or Haul was Cum
innntul by phone Pr. Coo and N. O
Gilbert In Walter Coom'ni car, ar
rlvetl ahortly nftor Ion o'clock, and
Gllbort wna given ( tomiorary treat
ment and droaalng at the HattKor Sta
tion, where Forest Guard Usher and
Hanger Oney assisted. At that time
It waa Impossible to remove tba bul
let. Altout oae o'clock tbe return jour,
aey star tad. but a abort way from tbe
station tba car mired In the mud, sad
Ob Hlley with a taunt bad to be
requisitioned from tbe Cow Camp to
pull tba car out.
Mullet Not IK-atesI.
Dr. foe and oung Gilbert arrived
here yoaterday morning, and hc pa
tient waa Utkon to his father's home
lu l'srk ailil'tltm. Later In the dar
Dr. Coo made a complete examina
tion, nnd again thla morning, but haa
been unable to locate the bullet. Ha
bollavea It Is somewhere in tbe knee
Joint. Tonight Gilbert will be taken
to Portland for N-Kay examination.
, HUNTING SEASON CLOSED
Governor's Action Cnusctl by I'lrc
Klxk rVocal Nliurods lu Grirf.
localise of the many forest flrea,
and the extremely dry weather Gov
ernor Wost Katurday proclaimed the
open hunting season closed until
further notice., Thla action waa tak
en because the great number of hun
ters In the woods was eenaldered su
added fire menace. Aa coon as god
rains come the open senaon will Im
The edict came close to home here,
and threatofla to eoll the outJag of
at laaat one parly. State District
Game Warden Clyde McKay, with A
M. ;rlngl and W W I'aulknar, left
early Monday for a hunting trip. 1h
tbe afternoon I). M. McKay received
a telegram from tbe atate author!
tlea for hla eon Clyde, announrfng
the closed aaeon and Instructing
him to take suitable action to enforeo
It. Mr. McKay senior got Clyde on
the phone nl Helalnga and gave him
the message Unfortunate aa tills Is,
It meana that the party will be unable
to hunt, unlaes a real rain should
corno while they aro out. which auto
matically. It Is understood, would re
open tbe season.
NO TAX PENALTIES DUE
Treasurer Jordan Declare TIiom;
Who 1'nld lluir In April Kxcmpt.
' 1'HINBVIM.K, Aug. 19. County
Treasurer Italpli Jordan. Just return
ad from I'ortland. announces that hla
office will not collect penalties on
portions of taxes for thla year now
unpaid, provided full payment be
made by September first, and that
half payment waa made in April.
Circuit Court decisions Is Lane and
Multnomah counties, where effort
waa made to collect. penalties on un
ited! taxes where half waa paid in
April, hold that audi aetlon la Illegal:
(list Is, that If ono paid half his tax
In April, the other half could go over
until September without penalty. A
one iter cent penalty was tho amount
Involved. However. If all taxes are
not paid by September first, a ten per
cent penalty then accrues, with one
per cent a month thereafter.
SlIllM'IXG OIT HOGS.
Thqnka to a new tariff Just put In
to offect by the O.-W. H. & N. a sort
01 co-oporatlvo carload of hogs will
start from horo Tuesday for Port
land. The new rato makes It pos
sible for shippers at various points
along tbe line to combine in making
a car, and was placed In operation at
the suggestion of 1- M. Foes. In this
first car 40 hoga will start from Head.
aod at Redmond the balanca of lb
car will be filled. The local skin
ners are It. II. Orawa, Cola E.
Smith, and 15. H. Row. Many ear-
loads recently have been shipped)
from tha Powell Itutte country.
ritup stam.uv i.osmt.
Plra, originating from sparks from
a foraat fire, destroyed the Stanlev
Smltb lumber mill near Hood Hlver
last Wednesday. The loss Is placed
at $120,000. of which $90,000 is
said to be covered by Insurance. Fred
Stanley, president of the C O. 1. Co.,
and well known bore, waa heavily In
terested In the property, being a half
owner, it la understood.
Ihe First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND.OR.EGON
U. C. COE, President K. A. SATHKR. Vice- PiWdeM
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully jmld $35,000
Surplus . - - - - - tS4,O0Q
The American Bankers Travelers Ghecks
are not now issued by the Banks, owing to
If you are going away secure one of our
LETTERS OF CREDIT
which may be cashed at Hotels, Banks and
other places without identification,
Sums may be obtained on thern as needed,
saving the danger of carrying currency, and
We do not make any ohargo for them and
you will find they are very convenient.
TEo FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
WEST IS CONSIDERING
L'nlca He Changes UN .Mind, Will
Cnll Imw Makers In fijicolal Ses
sion on December 1 to Deal
Willi Irrigation (junstlonH.'
A special seaeloit of tba letdalatura
to deaj with Irrigation and oiber
donations la to be culled by Govaus&r
Weal for December 1 aecordlng to re
port from ftalem following the meet
ing of tha Desert Land Hoard ffiore
on Monday. This, at least. Is the
Governor's praseet plan anil will be
carried out unlasa he changes hki
mind before tha tlma for the call
Tho announcement was made at a
meeting of tho Desert Land Hoard
called to consider tho Governor's
proposition to declare forfeited all
Caroy Act projects that are In default
on their contracts with tho state. Tbe
motion made by the Governor had
no second and 'so did not oven eomo
to a rote.
The affairs of tho Central Oregon
Irrigation Company came In for con
alderable discussion aad the posltW
taken by State Knglncor Iwta In
regard to patenting certain Pilot
llutte lands was argued by all. Mr.
Lewis stood firm In his decision de
clining to make the necessary certi
fication of reclamation until the com
pany was ablo to deliver 1.8 acre feet
as called for by Its contracts with tho
Although no reason has bean an
nouneed for Governor West's sudden
activity In Irrigation matters It la
understood that tbe chler cause la
the report on the North Canal project
of tho C. O. I. Co. which suggests
that only $110,000 should bo paid to
tho company for tho project In case
It Is taken over by the Heclamatloi
Service. Tho company's offer to tho
state was to turn over the project
for $300,000 and It Is reported that
the company officials now assert that
they would never accept the amount
suggested by the government engi
neer. In this connection an amusing
side of the r4tuatlon Is pointed out in
that when tho company officials
learned that ffhly $S0,090 hld'teen
recommended as the proper amount
to pay they Immediately began to
say things about State Engineer Lew
Is. blaming him for the report. Later
thoy had to take It all back when
they found that this finding waa by a
government engineer nnd that Lewis
had filed a supplemental refwrt
recommending the payment of $165.
400 lo the company Dor Ita S'ertk
Canal property. $111.(168 mnro than
tbe government investigator recom
The summary of the government
report Is aa follows:
Summary. For convenient refer
ence tbe principal findings with re
spect to tbe North Canal Unit and
tbe propoaAla of the Central Oregon
Irrigation Company In relation there
to are summarized as follows:
The total area of project Is CS.OtS
acres, of which 55 per cent or 3C.000
acres, la Irrigable.
The per acre coat of the completed
(Continued on last page.
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