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THE BEND BULLETIN,
JHiNI), OUVAIOS, WHDNKHDAV AFTHHXOOX, OfTOHHH 7, JU1I.
OEO. AITKEN WRITES
Allrniluiro In .urge, Inhibits nro
1'lrio nml I'lnnnclnl Returns' nra
Haflufnctory List of Hpeclnl
Vtho Winner TIiIm Week
fir UHOIUli: K. AITKK.V, of Hlstora.
HIKT13HH. Oct. 6. Blntori Flrat
AniuiBl Fair anil Unco Moot hold
Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday of
mm week wen n hlnxe of glory from
thn time tho galea opened Thurnday
moon until twelve o'clock Saturday
ifight. All focturctn woro above wlial
tho management had oxpoctod nud all
lutorostud nro woll plcaied with tho
Doing tlin Aral fnlr it wna necessary
fo oducntn tho people nnd convlnio
tlioni of tho benolHn to ho dorlvod hy
tho whole community. Tho r run It
hna proven mora limn Hnttnfactory.
TIiomi who Imforn tho fair In speak
ing or It would clnsn It tin "Your
l'nlr" now apeak of It m "Our Fair"
and nro nlrcndy plrnnlng what they
will do next your.
When taken Into consideration th it
It- haa only liwn a few abort year
KlMcti praetlMlly nil or Orook conn.
ty woat f thn Deschutes river wna
considered useloss for anything ex
cept rnng for Block, thn ngrlcultur
nl exhibit was n credit to tho whole
oommunlty nnd shows dovolopiitont
nnd advancement In nil line Hint
n aurprlno to nil. Ono noticeable
feature wan the display of alfalfa
whloh wna an Rood mm will ho aeon
In tho elder alfalfa sections or tho
Alfrinlniirc AImho lltpectntlnnii.
Thn nttandnnca on each or tho
throo days was nltovo expectations,
-whloh wan n very fcrotlfylnic feature
with tho management. Tho first day,
"CltUenn Dny" broutcht nut n Kood
nllondniifo from nil pnrta of tho
ootitity. Fntdny wns designated an
"Redmond Day" nnd brought out n
Xood attendance frnni thnt point n
voll ns ninny from Prlnovllle. Hand,
I-nldlnw nnd tholr adjoining districts.
Saturday, "Hend Day," wni tho reo
ord dny. Moro than IIS IioIiik in
utlandniico from llond alone, ovory
available nulo In and near tho town
IirvIiik been brought Into uso to
transport thn crowd to Kilters. Mnny
from Redmond, Prlnovllle, Uildlaw
nnd otlmr polntn who nttomtsd ai
tho first dny nnd did not otny ovor
returned for tho Inst day.
Itnrc Piiigrnm I'rlnrlpiil Attrnctlmi.
Although tho nurse offered for
tho raring event worn not Inns they
wr aulMrUint to attract mnny of tns
Item lion In the county. Mnny of
tho horse that wore entered nt the
Crook County Fair wero entered horn.
A Kood racing program had boon ar
ranged ror Mali dny nnd wna carried
out In n manner thnt would tin credit
to many older fair ntutoolntlons of the
ntnto. llssldo tho rncoa Hated In the
programs mnny apcolnl raoc wero
MrrnnKod each dny which went fnr
townrtU ndding to tho attrnctlon.
M. It.' Hlgg, ol Prlnovlllo. acted an
starter In tho rncoa iuiiI proved him
oir n voternn whim It conic to pull
Inn off n race program on aohcdulod
(Continued on prro &.)
Little Talks on Banking
IF AN ACCOUNT IS OlMSNUD IN TtlH NAMK8 OF
TWO Oil MOItB IKU80N8. INBTUUOTIONS flllOUI.D
UK OIVICN Tllli HANK AS TO WIIUTHHK OIlKOlta
810NKI) HY ONLY ONI5 OH HY AM. TIIR HBHRONS
IN WIIOHK NAMHB THU ACCOUNT IB OI'KNBD AHIO
TO HK IIONOHKD AND IN THIS 0A8K OF D13ATH OF
ANY OF TIII3 1'KHSONS. WI1KT1IBU THU BUHVIVOIt
OH HUHVIVOHR AUK Al'THOIllZHD TO SIGN CHECKS
AQAIN8T THE ACCOUNT.
A ailWAT MANY PEOPLE THINK THAT THEIH
AVOHD, AS TO WHO THEY AHE, SHOULD GON8TI,
TUTM AN INTHOnUCTION AT A HANK AND MANY .
AHE OFFENDED WHEN A TELLEH HEQUEST8 THEM
TO BEOUHE A HEBPONBIULE PEHBON KNOWN TO
THE HANK TO VOUCH FOH THEM. IT IB A 8TIUOT
AND NEOEB8AHY HULB OF KVEHY HANK THAT
BTHANOEH8 TO THE OFFICIAL OF THE HANK
MUST HE IDENTIFIED HY SOME HE8PON3IHLH PER
SON KNOWN TO THE HANK.
WHEN A STHANQEH PRESENTS A CHECK FOR
PAYMENT AT A HANK, AND HAS HEEN 8ATI8FAO.
TORILY IDENTIFIED, THE HANK USUALLY HE
QUIRES. NOT ONLY THE PAYEE HUT ALSO THE
IDENTIFIER TO SIGN TIM CHECK IN ORDER. TO
PROTECT THEM8RLVI5B, SHOULD THE CHECK
EVENTUALLY PROVE WORTHLESS. , mi ,,,
IN HTAHTINO A HANK ACCOUNT THE IIKST
HULK 18 THE OLD ONI-I)0 IT NOW. AND 1)0 IT
Deschutes State Bank
Xi. FERRELL, ProBldont 13. M. LARA. Cnehlor
TIIK lHT IAV mm IIHdIH.
TIIA'I'ION IH OCI'OMiat Id. IF
YOU IIAVK NOT Al.ltKADY
UKOIH'nIIF.I) 1)0 NO AT ONttll
AMI HAVH TltOl'III.K ON
KI.HCTION HAY. FOIt MOTH
iiicm) i'iti;tiN(iH hi:i; juihji:
HI.UH, IMIIHT .NATIO.VAIj
HANK liril.DINOi FOH DKH.
t'lll'TKH PIIKt'lNCT HUH
j v i) a i: i:ahti:h, oiti:oo.v
TrfnMirrr Tunu Mat Ovrr to HIicrifT
County TroflBitror Jordan roporta
thnt I3&8.3U7.S3 haa boon collected
Oil yoar on n totnl vnluntlon of
Ml 1,316.30. Thla lenvot I&3.828.84
delinquent. Tho delinquency totnl
li mnde up na followa to bo collected
hy the aherirr.
Itenl proporty $22,747.3 1
I'eraoual proporty 11,345,85
Town roll 19,735.05
FIRST PRIZE AT SALEM
Mm. rowebMin'n (lilnn IMilbltw Get
Another I Hint Itlbbon.
Mm. Floronco Lunbcck-FowolRon
returned from Halom Sunday, after
exhibiting aomo of hor chlun work nt
tho Htato Fnlr nnd wlnnlnR a first
prlxo. Thla la tho third hluu, ribbon
Mm. I'owclnon haa captured durlnk
tho tnat few wcoka, Kottlns ono it
I'rlnevlllo nnd nl Hlatorn.
Tho prize at flnloin wna nwnrdnd
for nu exhibit of Jnpnncao tint enam
eled ware, tho lilRheit Rrndo ol hnnd
pnlnted chtnn work thoro la. Mra.
1'owolnon la plannliiR for n big win
ter' work here, nnd fttatea thnt
horonftor In nddltlon to hor roxulnr
line alio will apcolnllzo In wntor col
or work, nt which alio haa mndo n
"Thla will bo a real Rift ah op thla
demon," anld Mra. l'owelaon. "I am
puttlnK In a conuilnto lino of leather
rooiU from thn Cordova lenther apo
rlnlly people of lluffnlo, Now York
Thla will Include IiIrIi Rrnde leather
Klfta, ror Chrlaluina, ror brldRo par
Ilea nnd audi occnalon. It will bo
aomothlnK now ror llond."
Mra. l'owelaon la alio adding to
her atock or china.
FIRE DESTROYSEVANS HOME
lloiiicntrnilrr Irt llmlltulo by lUrly
.MnrnltiK lllnro Monday.
Fire deatroyed tho home or Ata
Kvnna In Kenwood enrly Monday
morning. Tho flnmoa wero dlcovor.
cd nbout 1:30. nnd the family 'ml
barely tlmo to got out of tho hlailr
biilldliiR. Tho Ion la eatimnled i.'.
nbout 1600, or which It la understood
$300 wna covered by Inaurnnco. All
or Hvnn'a anvlnna, $100 In currenoy.
wna hidden In tho mnttreaa nnd wore
The houao wna n three room frnni
dwelling orwtwl thla aprinx U !a
iiIpoeetl that lire atarted from the
atova. levnna la a nomeaieauer ai
llorae IlldRe, ami had planned to go
to hla olnlm thla tnornlnR. After tho
fire the Kvnnn' were taken In nt the
Kny lmhortson homo.
U PINK ACTIVU.
A party of memborn of tho I.n IMno
Commerclnl Club returned Inat wook
from nn extenalvo trip to tho south,
vIMtlnR all communities on tho way
nnd llnliiK thlnua up for n oo-opora-tivo
publicity nnd development work.
Tho Junketer mot onthualnntlo ro
ceptlona nl Fremont. Fort Hock, Sil
ver l.ako, Crcacont nnd olaowhoro nnd
Iho Inter-Mountnln hna a long no
count or thn trio, tolling of tho rloli
TO SHIP SILVER
COME NORTH FOR THE
llctMren 700 mid 000 Itcnil Will
Ii-avo Here for I'ortlnnil Flmt
Nntlonnl llnnk Inttriunciitnl In
DrnnliiK Trade to llond.
For tho Aral tlmo hoavy ahlptnenta
or cattle from tho south, notably from
the Bllvor Lake district, nro. to ho
mado rrom Hend, commencing prob
ably thla Friday, when botweon 700
and 900 head 'nro expected bore for
forwarduig to Portland.
Hitherto nil tho Silver Lnka cntt.'a
hnvo been bought hy buyer from
Snn Frnnclsco, who mado tholr pur
chase on tho ground, Tho cnttlo
men round thla a bolter method than
shipment to Portland, Ihoy say,
where they rnn tho risk or hitting
tho mnrkot on an off day or wook.
So tho cattlo In tho pant havo bean
marketed nnd shipped through Klam
ath Falls or Lnkorlow, where the
oottlomen banked and outfitted, to
tho consldornblo profit to the com
munities Involved. Now, for tlio
first time, Portland buyora hnvo gone
south and mot California competi
tion. The cnttlcmon making the present
anlea are, W. O. La no, Charloa Pit
cher, William KIttredRe. W. O. Jami
son. W. B. Hulck, W. II. Owaloy. P.
A. aruber. P. D. Roeder. J. Partnln
and T. C. Hamilton, of Silver Lake.
It la expected that Uioy and
others from tho south will bo
hero shortly, and It la proposed
that tho Commercial Club tender
them a dinner ns an Indloatlon of
tho friendly spirit of llond and tho
doslro of people hero to co-operate
with them nnd get them horenfter to
como thla way with tholr cattlo at
wnys. In connection with tho movoment.
which wna Instigated chiefly through
tfio efforts of the First National Hank
or Hend, Cnntilor Hudson hna Issued
a letter to local business men In
which ho points out that " for throe
yearn wo havo been endeavoring to
havo Silver Lako cattlo marketed at
In part the balance of tho lottor In
"Oregon cattle nhould bo marketad
In Orogon. Sliver Lako cattle should
be shipped via Hend. Proeeeds of
shipments should be deposited In
"Silver 1-ake cattlomen should out
fit In Hind.
"Their atay hero should lo made
tContlnued on pago 6)
VOTE FOR BOTH
FOR NEW COUNTY (DESGRUTES)
FOR NEW COUNTY (JEFFERSON)
A large quantity of
select lrom, among them the
which will make a remarkable saving
in your ftiel bill.
Bend Hardware Company
THE COMPANY THAT PUT THE
"WEAH" IN HARDWARE.
MANY FROM BEND
OVER 125 AT SISTERS
Track Kvcnts, Stock Klioiv, Vegetable
And IkmioNllct JUIilhltH Provide
Interesting Afternoon Ornw-
fonl's Horses Take Prize.
From overy point of view Bond
Dny at the Sisters Fair was thorough
ly successful, unless tho ono Item of
weather bo taken Into account Th&t
phnso of tho day was not especially
disagreeable either, being unplcan-
ant only by comparison with the
usual Indian summer weather and
according to reports, plcasantor In
every way than wero tho first two
days of tho Fnlr.
Bonio 125 pcoplo went ovor rrom
Hend nnd nil through tho forenoon
autoa with Hend streamers nnd llond
borlbboned passengers eama gliding
through the woods and up tho main
street of tho town until tho ma
chines wero two nnd thrco deep on
each side or the road. In tho num
ber woro also a lew cars rrom ncd
tnond, two rrom I'rlnevlllo and rov-
ural freni Latdlaw. Doth hotels wore
orer run and tho dining room In each
tf fl 1 1 n 1 1 nml a in ti I ml nl lunsl It ran
! ww miivm wssm .saf nvu t avnoa, c
times Woro all tho appetite were
About two o'clock when oil the
food was gono and overyono had fin
ished "visiting" with tho folks ne
had not seen for aomo tlmo thoro
wns a gonornl movement toward the
fair grounds. Hero autoa woro run
down nnd parked by tho track and
tho band took Ita placo In tho grand
Something About the Hnnd.
Right hero something should be
said about thnt hand. It was th
moat representative body on tho
grounds, having players from Red
mond, I'rlnevlllo and llond. ns well a
tho Sisters nuclous. Ita members bad
noror played together before Satur
day and had no chanco to practice
then, but when they got together in
tho stnnd and got tuned up they mad-)
music that furnished a large part of
tho pleasure of tho afternoon. Tho
Hend players volunteered tholr se
vices for tho day. Among tho othir
playors wero District Attornoy Wlrtz
or Prlnevlllo and R. L. Schco, sec
retary of the Rodmond Commorcl.il
Kventft on The Track.
The track events of tho afternoon
Included many running and trotting
races, a motor evele race and an auto
mobile event. Indian ponies, ridden
by youths from the tribe ancamped
(Continued on last page.)
Heating Stoves to
FooTHAMi if imit H.vrrmiAr.
Thla Saturday -at two o'clock th
football team of the Hend High
School will meet a Redmond team
hero, and a good game la oipocted
Tho Hend players are: Arthur Van
devert, dipt., Hugh Thompson, Ror
Fox, Herrnun Mooro, Alfred Hunnoll,
Morlo Hunnoll, Howard Youne;,
Claude Kelley. James Corley, Kvoren
Urandonhurg, John Steldl, Jr., Rob
ert Inness nnd Charles Hozell. Chas.
Ersklno has boon acting as coach.
TO PROTECTEE TROUT
Petitions Asked Tliat Obi Closed
KeaMtn He Established on iJrichutc
Tomorrow District Oatno Warden
Clydo McKay atarta petltfona addross
od to tho State Fish and Ganio Com
mission requesting that tho Deschutes
river and Ita tributaries be closed to
flailing botweon November first and
April first, as It was under tho old
law. Ical sportsmen and fishermen,
and thoso throughout Central Oregon,
It Is understood, heartily favor the
move, feeling that It will do much to
preserve good fishing.
Tho original law provided a closed
season rrom November first to April
first. A now law did away with the
cioseu season and mado It lawful to
catch trout at any tlmo of year, pro
vided they wore over ten Inches In
longth. Thla, It Is pointed out, simp
ly invites law-breaking and destruc
tion of trout, for It Is noxt to lm
pocslblo to enforce tho ten Inch pro
vision and small fish are taken the
Financial statement Shows $228 on
Hnnd Mnny Letters Anvterti.
Mnn.-u.cr ii. II. D Armond of ;nd
Cymmorrla' Club has Just subm it l
! .! monthly report to the dlris-
tors. Describing club activities It
tolls of more than 100 Iotters from
location seekers, aad or efforts result
ing In road Improvement around
Tho financial report shows a bal
anco nt August 1 of 1S7. Total col
lections. Including $212 In dues,
slnco then amount to SJ9S. Dis
bursements were $269. leaving a cash
balanco on hand of $228. The affairs
or tho club aro In sound condition,
membership Is holding up well and
Interest In Its activities Is strong.
PROGRESS ON NEW ROAD
Homo Ten Per Cent Grade Already
Mado to Tuninlo Hanger Station.
Forest Supervisor M. I Merrltt
visited tho work on tho new Sparks
Lako road Thursday. He says that
tho crow or six man hnvo already
oomplotod 1S00 feet of ten per cent
grade, covering tho worst portion of
tho new route from the old Columbia
Southorn headgate to tho Tumalo
Ranger Station. C. C. Troyor Is In
Hy next summer It Is hoped to get
a passable wagon road through to
the station, whence a road already
leads close to tho summit ot Hroken
Top. Another year's work should
mako this nn auto road, and ultimate
ly It will be carried through to Sparks
lako and thonco south to Crano
Prairie. This autumn work will be
oontlnuod until bad weathor prevents.
OPPOS1XO OHOHOi: HILL.
The Tlmos-Horald of Hums con
tains a lengthy argument against tho
"George Hill," which proposes to do
away with tho Desort Land Hoard and
State Engineer Lewis. Many other
pnpors In the atate are working ror
the defeat of the bill, which is called
political aplto work nnd Impractical.
Ihe First National Bank
OF BEND, . BEN 1, OREGON
U. C. COE, President K. A. SATHER, Vice- President
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid - - - 23.000
WE ENGOURAGE them because many
large accounts began. In a small way.
The small depositor of today becomes the
large one of tomorrow.
Moro people would carry Bank accounts
if they realized how it aids their credit and
contributes to their succoss.
By opening a checking account here you
take the first step toward financial growth.
Start now and follow in the footsteps of
the many hundreds of people who 'do business
i snpw-si II I HI n 1 IWBMSM W MaSM-RPaSMMI I
m FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
'-. DIRECTORS ' -
t C. Cok E. A Sathkp. r'. 3. Hudson
O. M. Pattkiison 11. c F.r.r.13
DIVISION IS ON
CIRCULAR SENT TO ALL
Discussion of Tax Questions Has lm.
portnnt Place In Campaign Matter
Mass Meetings Arranged At
Different Points, also At Head.
With election day only a month
away the past week has seen tho be
ginning or tho final campaign for the
success of tho county division movo
ment. Printed matter Is lelng pre
pared to bo sent out to tho voters,
mass meetings are being arranged
nnd committees aro at work In tho
different voting precincts.
Tho first of a scries of meetings
was held last evening In tho Commer
cial Club rooms, Thoro wero no
formal speeches but reports were
given on tho progress of tho cam
paign and the advantages of division
to this section were explained. An
other meetlnc will lm hnlrf In thn
I club rooms on next Tuesday night
and all voters aro urgod to attead.
Any who havo doubts about tho divi
sion movement are especially urgod
to bo present and to bo propared to
ask questions or to stato their ob
jections. In addition to tho Bend meetings
aTangements havo been made for
rallies at the Plalnvlow school house
on the night or Friday; the 9th, at
Mllllcan on tho 10th, at La Pino tn
the 17th and at Sitters on the ZHb.
Other meetings will bo scheduled
Circulars are Mulled.
neglnntag last Friday circulars
wero mailed to every registered vot
er In tho proposed Deschutes coun
ty containing in particular a discus
sion of tho tax questions and tabula
tions showing what expenses In
Crook county havo been and what
they might be expected to bo In Des
chutes county. Theso havo been re
ceived In general with a good deal ot
Interest and many who have former
ly believed that taxes might be high
er In caso of division havo come to
sco that It Is not a question of what
expenses havo been but of what there
aro to bo m&do In tho new county.
Altogether the situation Is very en
couraging and thoso who aro moit
cctlvo In tho movement now look for
victory by a good margin.
I.l'XCHHON AT HK.VI) HOTKL.
Tho Commercial .Club luncheon
this weeek will be held nt the Rend
Hotel. The following bills, up at the
oomlng election, will be debated: The
Right Hour Law; for. A. B. Kdwards.
against J. P. KeyeS. To make all
county terms eight years: for O. M.
Pattorson. against S. C- Caldwell. To
prohibit party nominations or can
didates ror Judicial offices; for. J. A.
iCastes, against, Charles Ersklno.
ORKGOX OKT8 MONKV.
Money for schools nnd roads to tho
amount of IC0.C06.50 has Just been,
allotted to Oregon by the Fodorel
authorities. The fund Is derived from
sales ot timber and grating rights In
tho National forests. Tho amounts
coining from nearby forests are as
follows- Deschutes $433.91, Paulina