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1IKNI), OIIKOON, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, HKPTKMIIEII 0, lll.
' IN NEW QUISE
Imimo Retiiel Iti Vole Again! IlKlx.
Ion Hut .Make Nit Argiimiint mid
nimttfiint Imw An Tit Signing
dUttpalgti 5lHtlr In AiiMutied
Though nothing 1M boon llWnl
In. m Hih l.ower Tm I.HmKiiM since It
formed Mtveral weekf im, Kit
suiviuouu eummiMlMiUtina illrwlod , ohbuoI fall to note toe progress in
ualiMi the eonayr division movement laeltlement on the ImimI ami the aul
nu being sent mi from Prln-vltte manual Improvement In the c!tl-.
n-t .i In HMHirtail by em that mem-
lri r the loamo. lacking Miir fair
Hi.iKMfiila aanlnat division, are tak
ing this mothiMl of fighting It. Who.
hv r "io authora of tho circular are
thy not only ohuw themeelvo a
iiiwuiiU In sending It out without
h alaiiaturo. but according to the new-
rnl nnderatanl!nR, thoy break the
t law bn well.
Mo mr none gf the elreulara which
an. in the furiii ef n awall prtatail
-ii, have baeit llaard of In the aoutli
vnm Hirtlitn or Orook county, but
In th" north end n numiter have been
w"!i They read aa follnwa:
"Ihii objeet of aendlnK rn IhU
lliM'Hi.. la to Hoot toh ac to what
l Rolnx on. If thla c;vllon la Hind
it will mean three rnunlloa out of
on, and while Crook eonnty I larae.
It la net the lime to divide It.' for
tnkiM are too hlRh now. aed we ean..
imt aiand any more. If you are call
td iiihiii to aaalat In thla matter, yon
ehouUI. for your own mtehet book.
1 Hialimt the dlrMen.
The Coinuillteo ltfila.
The Jefferaon Oonnty Committor
hai prepared a reply to thla ellp reed
Inn a follow
It la a RlmitHcant fact that thoM
-who fathered till alio, did not elan
it We do not hlame them for not
elanl'ix It. for If they, aftnr week of
xtudy rould not produce u morn fea.i-
I'le arautuent RKOlnat coiittty dlvl
l n. they alioulil be aahamed to t tnor homo Imaxlnalilo. There la wild
liiteHUeiu itwiplo know that they aro Kamit In abundance, no bettor nth
.ixetcd to county dlvlaton. l(C ran be found anywhere nnd tin
Thv tell you that taxea.nre too ouuHaMo climate uiakee thla an Ideal
liUh and wo frankly aureo with them. Place for nn outlnR. It la n myatory
nnd they would have you Infer lh.it to uiit.wiixyou hnvo not advortlaei
Minty il vlRloii It KOltiR to innko
raxa attil I tilnher. We nro horo to
tell ou that county dlvlnlon la Rolnx
a lower taxoa nnd that wo nro pre
pared to bank thin atntement wltn
tlu facta nnd llRiirea, that they, the
Tt'itldlvUlonlata. oannot dlaputn.
" hv do thoy not ahnw that ooun
t dlvlnlon la koIiik to Incretae Hit
laiea? They cnnnot ahow It to nnv
ne with ordinary reaaonluR liower.
1lie rnnnot produce one toKlenl ir
Miment aaalnat county rilrlelnn. and
l'jtrk it up with evidence. For thla
r-naon. they were aahameil to place
their inline- to thla weak aiijveal. that
t lie . the wle fine, have put out.
JefferiMin. County Committee,
h. II. IrvlnR. Hecretary."
Tin' Pioneer on IllvUlou,
l-i dtreet conlmut to thla effort on
Lolialf of the untl.iltv'alonUte the fo!
IowIiir extrneta frotii the latnat Itaue
of The Mndraa I'loaeer dhtcua inon
ly nnd fairly, the nuoatlnnN thnt nro
rnteed In the division fight:
"OurliiK the pant few week and
(Continued on mr 4.)
FOH THK NI.XT FI5W WICI.K8 WK 8HAM. USK
THIS 8PACH VOl WHAT Wlt1lAf.l. CAhh
Little .Talks on Banking
TIIKY AUK INTKNDKD. MOltK H8PH0IAM.V. Qlt
TII08H OF YOU UNFAMIMAIt WITH IIAN1CIN.0
MKTIIODH AND WIM. CONHI8T OF HIMPliM ItUUiS
FOIt YOUH UUIDANCK IN YOUIt UKITI0N3 WITH
YOUIt HANK. TIIH FIH3T 18 ON
Opening an Account
AN ACCOUNT MAY IU OPBNICD UY ANY ONIfl, QF
ANY AOM, IF INTIlODl'CKD TO AN OFFICWH OF THM
HANK 1IY A UUSPONSIlll.I. PKIISON. A PASS HOOK
18 OIVHN Till. DBP03ITOU IN WHICH A 11KOOHD OF
ALU THIS DUPOSITS 18 KNTICKKD 11Y THH UM01.IV
INO TI.I.I.HM. TIIH HOOK 18 MKHHI.Y A ItKOMIPT
FOIt I)I-:i03IT8, AND NO I0NTIHKS 81IOULI) 1)10 MADH
IN IT HY ANY HUT A IVNIC OFFICMIt.
WHKN TIIK ACCOUNT 18 FIRST OPKN1.D A OAHD
18 OIVHN ON WHICH VOU WHITK YOUH HIGNATUHB.
THIS CAUD 18 THKN FILED HY TH13 HANK FOU FU
TUUK IlKFKl3N01fl AND THM SlUNATUm. ON ALL
CHUCKS MADH OUT 1Y TUB DKP081TOU MUST
AOKI-U WITH THAT ON TUB GAUD. FOIl INBTAImOB,
A MAN 8IC1NINO A OAHD A8 J. II. JONK8, MUST
ALWAYS 8ION HIS CHECKS TO COItllBSPOND AND
NOT JOHN H. JONES.QHil. I1EHUY JONES.
' ,opiw an Aqgofix;
DOLI-AU WILL DOV1T? '
" " -I1MNI),
H. FBUIIBLL, PreBldout
4 'II IK LAHT IIAV FOIt ItlttJIH.
TIIATIO.N IH OCTOIIKIt in, IF
VOI" IIAVK .NOT ALKKADY
ItlKIIHI Klli:i IX) NO AT ONCE
AM) HAVE Titoriu-i: ox
icletio day. for moth
HLMH, I'lllHT NATIONAL
HANK llt'll.DINdl I'OU DKM-
CIII'TEH PRECINCT HKK
a. I Ik 1 15 l.i t u-tMJu miuniiV
' A (J'fMlt.Vf1
WILIiAM M'MURRAY HAS
WORDS OF PRAISE FOR BEND
Hnllrond Mini Willi With I'ntliual.
iimii of Xntuial AilwuititKO of
Tim it mid Hiimiiiudliig Country
ItX WILLIAM MoMI.mitAV
(Oen'l Pan. Ak'I O.-W. II. ft N. C.)
Coming Into the Vallar of the Dea-
chute and to the City of Uend. om
wwpnreo wim coiioiuomi ins imn
mree year g. wneu raiiroeu opera
tluit began. Cultivated Held, dairy
ratlin. wIiih ami itnnltrv ara a.ti
! from the canyon south to your city.
The smaller town look bualnees-ltk.
And Httnd has mude remarkable pro
ttre. TulkliiK wHIi W. I). Cheuev,
lie voiced (lie opinion that Central
Oregon was deetlued to have o.io
large city uud that Uend was tho
1o!cbI place for Km hulldlntc.
lteatod In the mldnt of n countiv
where dlverallled farmliiR U iuhmIIiI ',
where itnlrylnK and tock-ra!aliiK xo
an aeaured auccoiw. rloe to vat foi
oet of inerchantulde timber, on the
Itatika of one of the xreateat nower-
ItroducliiK itroama on the Continent.
win your iur air, 100 day of aim
ehlno, llond ha overr , hroapeet "t
lieromlnic a inetroitollinn city t'ie
"MtH' point for an em id re and the
MiHtirimuing Ihjiiii tor na prouueu.
It la already a sanitarium. Puro In-
vltroratliiK air. water Hiioollutoil and
freed from the woIUhr imnwn i.f
nearby mountntne, nnd the Kratef' I
unhlne are inedleluat remedlee bit
ter and more laitlHK than nny phyJ
mean may preeeniie.
It ha len ntr Hod fortune to -
aoinn of. your aurroundlnK cointrv
and It la appeallnic In quiet ImbuI
and natural attractlvuneiM. Wlthtn
a radlH of n few mile are ttoino ol
tho moat dellithtful apota for n auni
your auracuvo cuy nnu pieiureaqn-
aurrouudliiRa more generally,
From olitervaKon and In convolu
tion with reildeuta of thla section. H
la learned thnt you are In Hue wltn
the remainder of tho Pacific North
wont and thnt your crop have boon
Rood. America In fortunate In hiw
liiK n Itounty of product nnd the
North went In one of the loadliiR lo
enlltlen In Ita plentllude of Rrnlna,
fruit and vegetable. .Central O.x
PON. under Intenalve rultlvatlrn. will
well the output. There U demand
for land nt reaeonabhi price and
your uiunlUvaied nreaa ahould ao
ial to the homeeeeker
CoudltlonH In Kuroite are moet de
plorable. War In all Ha horror In
general ami inanufaeturlnK hi not on
ly at n MniuUtlll, but nKrtrultun.1
pritduota are praetleally abandoned.
N'othlUR l farther from my thouRht
than to oudoavor to rollt through the
mhifortune of other, hut Amorlen
will be en II wl upon to aupply food
Httiffa for Utirupoau oountrloe mil
(Continued on iwrq I.)
VlTIt THIS hank.
State Bank .
H. M. LARA, CnHhlor
I NEW OFFER IDE
CO. I. CO. REDUCES ITS
Hiijx HtoH' or United HtutctH .May Hate
Project for (Illil.UllO mill Dollvory
of Water to Other t'nltit Multcr
N lloforteil (it Oennrtiiioiit.
Arouml t' tho aotlvlty of tho (lend
Comwerolal CJmW on behalf at tM
Waal Unit the Central Oregon Irri
gation Company haa tnaU a lyrw.offer,
to the Utale or the Ualtwl UlO'i,
whlchevor will take It up, of the
North Cetial unit of Ita project.
Thla time. Inatead of $300,000 thu
rompHiiy nka 11X5,000 and the i!e
llvory of water to other faction of
The offer' wa preeented to th
Dimorl Land Hoard at n meetliiK hell
on September .2 and la upiHtrontlv
an effort to obtain tho Itenetlla of the
$150,000 put up by Secretary Iano
lioforo It la tied up elnewhoro. Wltn
II went u 'report by KtiKlneer llodflel'l
of tho ooinpnny, contaliilnii eatlmnte
of eonalructlou which nro far below
tho amountn found by the reKrt on
the project tnadehy Knatneer Jaeo'ia,
of the Hoelamation Service, the chief
difference holme In counortlon with
the etoraRe reeervolr which Mr. lied
Held flKiirea a unneceary.
The reort and offer have been re
ferred to the Department of the In
terlor with, the rtniueet that II he
brought to the nltenlon of the en
gineer who made the former report.
Tho New Offer.
The letter making the offer fol
low: Portland. Oro.. Sept. IS. 1011.
I)eert tiud Hoard,
"We offer the Htnte and the Un'te.l
Mlate. or either, that portion of ou
project known n tho North Canal
land, nnd will turn over the North
Canal dnm and tho Cnnnl aa now con
atructod. on condition thnt tho de
livery of 3KB cubic second feet of
wnlor to the Pilot Ilutto Cnnnl; 11
cublc feet of wntor to tho Htavo Plte
nt Powell Ilutto and water nt tho ine
reiiulrod by our contract to .200
norea of land heretofore sold under
tho North Cnnnl to ho provided for
In tho construction of tho system, nn J
payment of thla Company of On-)
Hundred Thirty-flvo Thousand Dol
lars. "Wo aonl you on September 3rd,
nn estimate of construction of tho
North Canal Hyetem hnnod on 30,73.
Irrigable acres showing tho cost of
construction to reclaim. Including the
deliveries above mentioned, of
im.S14.00. The payment to the
eomoanv and such eot would amount
to fB63.SU. 00. making the coat r:
teehimation f 11.00 per Irrigable ac-.
"W are making tht offer In which
th. Company aacrlltcee o much, ih
order to propose a plan which ahou'd
be acceptable to tho State and to th)
United State which I within th
moan nvallablo. nnd so that thla pro
ject on which ho iiuioli haa lieci
spent and on which progroaa haa boon
delayed, may ho continued soon. U
Is noodloss to point out to you tha
grent honoflt to nocruo thoroby to
(Coutlnued on last pngo.)
)i CS5w V?i
tf jarT Yw
A. large quantity of II?atin Stoves to
select from, among them the
which will make n remarkable saving
in your fuel bill.'
Bend Hardware Company
f ' t ?
WEST SIDE FAIR
IS HELD FRIDAY
Largo Delejeollon In Attendance Prom
I lend A. MeAIIMer end J. X. II.
(lurking IIhic lltrollonl AgrtcHl
tiiml Itolithlt HIlnte" Oood.
wVhxM fsMIng below the hltffc ia-
yaffrgC Ih prorfoaa jmn, tho Wpt
9f Pule held nt UUlaw Friday
ffrtp'ml an enjoyable ereat, and, k
nSMal, Ajemonatratod that sphrarllil
triauUtiral prodacta can bo rained
thorvabOHl and that the people el
Lalillaw are "up and owning."
A very large aUeadanoe went fro.n
Mend, and with the tieopla of tho
town and adjaeent country, and the
: few present from Itodmond, tho eon;
munlly hall was well filled dwrHa
i the peaking. ISxhlblu wore Ulrplay-
ed about the hall, hut the oatlng art
of the day was eonflaed to a "gypsy
Itooth" down town. In tho evening
thore was a dance In the ball.
The Crook County Veterans' A
eoelatlou. comprising old soldier who
Itad, fought on Iwth aides in the Clv'l
War. and Bpanlah-Amerlcan war vet
eran, hold a meeting early In tht
nftornoon. At It 0. W. Bhrlner waa,
re-eleeted Commander, J. W. Thorp
w ehoeen .Adjutant and Mrs. Dan
AVIth Commander Shriner preel-l-Ing
tho six veterans present addreee
eo the aadlenee, recalling experience
of the sixties. On the platform we-e
O. W. Hhrlner. J. C. Thorp. O. W.
Triplett, It. II. Onell. It. M. Perlne. A.
McAllister nnd Howard Noroott.
'Three years ago we had 15 at our
mcetlnga; now there are seven," aald
Commander Hhrlner, and tho enthu
siasm of the present generation when
thoy listened to the heroes of tho
war of yesterday showed the love
and rosnoct with which tho old wea--
crs of tho blue and gTcy aro regard-t
Other spcakera were County Agri
culturist A. JC. Iovott. II. II. Do Ar
mond. mnnagor of tho Uend Commer
cial Club. Mrs. Hobson of Ilcdmond,
It. P. Mlntor of Uend, Ouy Lbfollette
nnd a. p. Putnam.
The most notablo agricultural ex-
l hlblta were those of A. McAllister
nnd J. N. II. Oerklng. Mr. MeAllbw
ter had a floe display of vegetable of
mammoth Mie and porfect condition,
I eapeelallr carrot, turnip and onion.
Mr. Gerklng had a general illapio . '
notably grain and gtasaes. Among
lhar Mvhllillora r K. V. Swtflher. '
)(. V. Fllckloger. Cbarlea Smith. J.
V. Ilrown. M. W. nillett. J. W. 8nv-
1 der. D. IL Smith. F. II. Wilson. C. I.
Mnk. Mr. Ilentz. Some Hue exam
plea of needle work were exhibited.
Mrs. M. I.. Uln go. aged 81. Mrs. J.
V. Snyder and Mrs. U J. Wlmer
being among those who showed their
I A supper was served toward even
lag, an Improvkod "gypey booth" be-
I Ing arranged In a down town build
ing for the purpose.
THAT PUT THE
Tho first fair of tho Misters
l-'nlr Aeeoclatlon will be held on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
of this week. Saturday haa ieen
act aa Mend Day. Make your
plans to go over on tiaturday
nnd on Thuradey and Friday,
too. If you can.
CHENEY WILL AOORESS AD
GLUB NEXT WEDNESDAY
Hpeech That W Not Delivered nt
Hjiikjiiki lleio to lie fule In Porl-
land Picture of TH fififtwn.
At the dinner to the Ad daft Wfcteti
eiOMtl their two days star "" over
beplotnbor 6 nnd 7 It wes n smeary
to oat the program abort In order
to got the Portland Hpn to their
train In time and Mr. Cheney's
speech was Not delivered. It wao
arranged then thnt Mr. Choney
ehonld make the speech nt an Ad
Club meeting In Portland, and the
latent heme of Adltorlal aaacmNOoa
the event na follow:
U', D. Clioney (TImm) Will Do With
I'm October Ttlt.
"Thoee of us who wore on the
llond Kxcureton know what a real
dynamo of energy what n good fel
low what a splendid entertainer
Taboo' really Is. Thoee of the Club
who were so unfortunate aa to miss
the trip have heard so much o(, wil
about Uend and Mr. Cheney, that
amplification would be uperfloui.
Wo eagerly await his talk. All those
who brought their 'convict uniforms'
home fnera Uend are reqneetcd to
wear them at lunch, Wednesday, Oc
Adltortat also announce that th
moving picture taken here on the
club'a visit are now being shown In
Portland. It la said that the picture
are very good, and an effort will
probably be made to have them
.MItH. .MIMilCAX IS HOXOP.KI).
Whcm In town on Monday Mr.
Ada II. Mllllean was showing her
friend a little volume by Mrs. Abi
gail Seott Dunlway entitled "Path
ilroflklng. nn Autobiographical His
tory of KUttl Suffrago Movement In
Pacific Coast States." Mrs. Dunlway,
who for years led the equal sufTraee
movement in Orogon, rn th's volume
tolls the story of her life and her
fight for suffrage. The took his
many Illustrations of prominent suf
frage workers, among them being a
photograph of Mrs. Mllllean.
COMMI.KCI.U. CLUI! IA7XC1IKOX
Uecausc of tho Illness of J. F. Tag
gart of the Pilot Ilutto Hotel the
Commercln! Club luncheon which
would have been hold thero in the
regular Order last Saturday was held
at the Wright. Only two questioaa
wero dlecNfrsed, the absonco of J. P.
Kayee neceseltaUng the postpone
ment of the eight hour law argument.
Aa so many are going to the Sleter
Fair next Saturday the regular lun
cheon will not be held that day. tho
next discussions of Initiative ques
tions occurring on October 10.
Roportn have onme In frcm tho
homoetead country thnt coyotes af
fected with hyd.ophobln have been
killed recently. One attacked a sot
tier and waa killed and on exani'ua
lion It was found to have rabies.
Settlers arp urged to make an espe
cial effort to kill all eovotee and If
one la bitten the heed of the animal
should be sent to the State Hoard 't
Health at once for oxnmlnation.
lr ir r i"
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OR.EGON
U. C COE, Prostdont E. A. SATHER, Vice- Pi-osldont
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid - - - $25,000
WE ENGOURAGE them because many
large aocounts began in a small way.
Tho small depositor of today becomes tho
large one of tomorrow.
More people would carry Bank accounts
if they realized how it aids their credit and
contributes to their success.
By opening a checking account here you
take the first step toward finanoial growth.
Start now and follow in the footsteps of
the many hundreds of people who do business
TR FitCST NATIONAL AfK OF BEflD
DIRECOrffi"-''" ' ---
U. c. cok e. A Sathru . R. IlDOSOX
O. M. I'ATTKIISON Ur?AKl.U4 l
FIOURES ON COUNTY
Out of n Total Itotffsiratlon of KM?
Only Five Pupils Come Prom HoutXi
Woet BeftlOn PrlHovlllo Unnvtfjf
Moet CfcfH Tronr lnt HnilM'
Flgorea on Ike enrollment at !ho
County Ulna Softool In Prinevtlle re
OOHtly compiled by County SltMPl
rfuperlntosidoiit Myora dicclose a
iftuatloo of cotMhlorable Interest to
taxpayers In tho sotrth woatorn por
tloa of the county. It has been be
lieved for n long time that the coun
ty high soheol, white or the highest
rank so far as quality of Instruction
and standards of scholarship wero
concerned, was serving only & limited
portion of tho county, and tho flgurea
show that this Is so. Out of a total
enrollment of 190 only five pupl'a
come from the sonthweet section or
Thore hoe been no feeling
that anyone was to blame for the
situation or that it waa anvthlng cl-e
than a misfortune brought about by
the unusual size of tho county and
the fact "that pupils who attoed
school away from home tend to wool
the towns their parents go for trad.
That has been the reason why
many pupils from other sections nt.
found In tho Uend school In the wtp&
ter to them Prlnevllle was out of
the way while Uend was not.
Taxc Paid Heocflt Other.
As a misfortune, however. It hxt
borne rather heavily on the reeldenp
of those sections who have no hfcftt
school pupils, or having them send
them to Uend or to Redmond for tho
high school work. In the county
(Continued on pago 5.)
CeremoTSy Performed In Catholic
Church Yesterday Afternoon.
The marriage of T. E. J. Duffy
of Prinevlllo and Mis Katherlno
Trautnor of Uend took placo yester
day afternoon at t:30. Father Shcan
performing tho ceremony In the Cath
olic church. Miss Trautner was at
tended by Mrs. V. A. Forbes as ma
tron of honor and Mr. Forbes acteJ
(as best waa.
Following the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Duffy left at one by auto for
Redmond whore thoy expected to
take the train. It h underetood that
they will make a trip east before re
turning to Prinevtlle to live Mr.
Duffy la a prominent lawyer and
United States commissioner at the
eounty seat. Mies Trautner boa
taught in the Dead sohooki.
Among the gueata present at tho
church were Mrs. Geo. Ilroeterhous.
Italic HrceterhouB. Edward 11 ro tor
tious. M. and Mrs. J. D DavidBon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Mock, end
the Mlee Mock of Laldlaw. S. It.
Forbes. Gall Forbes and Nell Markla.
S? lr ir ir r
vj ti gftiy