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JHHfU, OIlKflO.V, WKDNBHDAV AITEILNOON, O'TOHEIt J 1, J01 t.
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CATTLE IK DO
SILVER LAKE VISITORS
iHlilpmnnt of C'nttln From llend Menus
, '9 1:1,001) Comes to Country and
"ifiood Ti-ftila for jMeiTlimitK nntl
k HiilTnwdii VNItuni ore ll)iteI
Last weak n dozen cattlo mon from
.."HllVor Lnko camo lo Hand. Thoy
brought fi75 hend of cattle. Moit of
, tlioiu stayed two days, a few longer.
Thoy loft (ho cattlo and took back
with dm in ntiout 143,000. Hidden
'tally, limy hml a thoy said tho
ttuio of their llvc.
That In tho visitors slilo of it.
From thn Ilond standpoint a dozen
prosperous good follow from tho
outh gave tin n chanco (o entertain
them mid show thom that It's wine
liuslncs mid good fun In ship mid
trndo hurts Thoy loft a lot of good
4 will, thoy gttvo tho town mush trade,
ii ml thoy deposited a goodly portion
of those $43,000 locally, not to mOn-
(fan what thoy will spend lntr.
Tho men woro J. II, nml W. 0.
1-anu, William Kltlrodgo, W. C
' Uulok and hi noil, Oharlo Vlteher
nml "on, U C. Hamilton. Ous Hohroo--ter.
I'. I.. 0 rubor. Italph and Our
JdiiiUoii nnd I'. IC Hongland. Thoy
drove I7 cattle from Silver I,nke,
tliwo being bought by Cn niton's
Paaking Company of Tneoina through
tholr buyer, lloitry Ijukln. Tho cat-
, ye mon reeolved a top prlco, thoy xot
fine treatment from the railroad, tho
drive wna sttoscMful ami thoy woro
rurally entertained here. Altogether,
.ld thoy. tho trip wna tho biggest
klad of a inccem from all stand-
I'lmt Shipment North.
Thlt la thn first Important movo-
munt of cattle from tho Silver Lake
oountry to a nortlmfn shipping point.
In tho past nil buying ha boon from
'California, and ahlpmonta havn boon
wade from Klnniath Fnlla and J nkn
view. 'I ho change meann much to
' llond: It means a lot of money spent
hero during the whipping. It mean
oontlnued Undo here by tho onttle-
wo who buy suppllo In largo quan
tities, It moans large bank deposits
, lioru and good bitclne for tho rail,
I'or three jrnifn efforts have hcou
iHArio to pel thta tmttneaa headed
Orth Instead of smith. In these of.
farU 0. . llndiHitt of the First Nn-
' ItfiHAl llnnk ban taken n leading part.
Tt Mlabntlo tkalr successful conelti-
fcMho cattlHintn were given m 1Iii
mur here, at Urn Hotel Wright. 1r I
tfay nlht. and at mooh were lunohed
t the Bmiilow dub by Vtr Hudson.
The prlee wld for tlia rattl waa
4lh simta for atoom and 8V4 eonia
" tor oowi. Thl U tho boat price re
iltdud thta a(oii. and bttera tho
ttrlsoa of laM yonr. Moroovor. tho
flllng wolghta woro nt Sllvor l.ako.
tjio purchnaora atandlng ahrlokngo
dlirliiR tho drlvo to tho railroad. An
tho AVurARo atoor welgha about 1150
jiounda thl moana a totnl ahlpmont
,ot about Ofll.ano poundN of hoof
from llond. valued nt about M 3,000.
, Kjnotoon oara handlsd tho ahlpmimt.
t (Continued on laV pbk40
Little Talks on Banking
AVHHN YOU MAKU A DKPOSIT TILI. OUT ONR
OF THU I1I.ANIC DHP08IT TIOK13T8 FUHNI8HHD HY
TIIK IUNK. ,
HHt'AllATK YOuIl CASH l.NTO OQI.I5, BflA'Hlt
AND OUltllHNOV AND KNTHR THK AMOUNT QRAOQ
IN Tlll-J 8PACH8 ON THH BMP PHOVIDHD KOH'TltyT
1UH1,03W. IN I.I8TINO CIIKCK8 ON OUT OF TOWN
HANKS, WHITU THK NAMKB OF T1IR QITJHS ON
WHICH THKY AHH DHAWN: IF ON A I.OCALi 11ANI?,
WIUTW TIIIO NAMW OF THAT HANK.
KNTKH AI.I. YOUH FiaUKBS IN A CQJ.UMN,
ADD TIIHM AND BKT DOWN THK TOTAL.
WITH YOUH PABS HOOK AND DKPOSIT 1TEMB,
1M113B13NT THIS BLIP TO TUB HBCBIVJNO TBLLBR,
WHO, AFTBIt PROVINO YOUH BLIP, WILL CnBDIT
YOU WITH THIS AMOUNT IN YOUH PAB8 HOOK.
TUB HANK HBQUIHB8 TIIB8B BLIPS TO UB
MADB OUT IN TJJB DBPOBITOHS HANDWR1T1NO FOR
TUB HBASON THAT, JF AT ANY FUTURE DATB, A
QUB8TION SHOULD Ani8B A8 TO TUB AMOUNT OF
YOUH DBPOBIT. OH A8 TO
THAT SPECIFIC DBPOSIT,
'B. FERRBLL, Prosldqut
I " WAYS PRODUCB YOUR TJIOKBT AS UN.QUBSJlOjN.
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ft , A.IIANIC ACQOUNTVIH AN INSURANCE POMOV
FOR PBACB OF MINI). bl'KN ONB NOW WITH
a i A!ti fS "
tin: f-AHr iuv ion ni:oiK.
1IIATION IH trjiin;u in. II'
YOU IIAVI3 NOT AMIKADV
iu:(!iHTi;m:i no no at onoi:
AM) HAVU TltOrilM'l OX
KliCrriON DAY. I'Olt JIOTIf
IIICM) PJtKCINCTH HKIJ JI'IMJIJ
KI.MH, ." fit NT NATIONAL
HANK lUII.DINOt Hilt lHH.
C'llTTKH I'llHCINCT HKI
j i i u i: i:ahtkh, omaiox
BEND WINS FOOTBALL i
mhe my. TOO SCORE
Arthur Vanden-rt Klckn Goal rrom
Tim Field In Third Quarter 1'rntt
Hblnc fHir llnlntond at lft ICnd
Through a auccoaaful pla"o kick
by Arthur Vandorrert la tho third
quarter Hand icnrod throe point In
too hlRh.achool football gume lioro
on flaturdav Thl wo tho flunl
coro Hcnii 3, Itodmond 0.
For tho flrit quartor Ilodtnond'g
heavier toam had allghtly tho bettor
of the going, chiefly lhanka to good
forward paaalng. However, no tal
Ilea woro made In thl period. Then
tho llond boya tightened up. Onco
thoy held tholr opponent on tho
throe yard Hun.
After plunging down the field n
tho third quarter llond trlod a kick,
but the ball went wild. A few .nil.j.
utea later a aocmid try from about
tho twenty yard lino rnultcd In the
Throughout thn game llcdmond'a
left find all one Ha wna In prnetlo
nlly every play, and Itroko up tho ma
jority of tho playa of tho homo team.
Olaudo Kelly, and Arthur Vnudeverl
alao played etellar gamea. and with
a little morn Interference from tho
line, tho former would havo prob
ably been able to aoore on an end
run. In the Inst quarter llend nlmoxt
aeorod again, but with the ball on the
ten yard lino. Cor ley ran hack too far
and lot about nine yard. TIiIj
aeonied to put life In the Itedmond
team and llond had a hnrd time hold
lug the vlfllora during tho laat five
mlnutea. Next Saturday the llond
team will again oluah with Itedmond.
nt Itedmond. The line-up waa om
Rhlvley It. IC . . . .Young. II.
Younfr H. T Vandovnrt
Mullarky ..... It. O Fox
Ordway O. Moore
Duval I.. O Iloiell
Htelnkopt .... I.. T. .FrlxolMlunnell
Pratt UK Thompson
Nolnon Q. II Kelly. C.
Perry It. II. It . . . .Bteldl. .
Fleming 1.. II. 1) Corley
Johnson......,..- F. O, . . Urandojiburg
FOREST M CONCERT
liulritnliiniciit nt llroain Theatre Fri
day Nllit HiieroMfnI lloue 1'nll
Friday night t?e Tortit Krho Trio
gnvo the Aral euiirert ot tti aenaun
at tho Dream Theair and It prfd
In every way aueceMful Mr Mao
LaHrln, Mra. Flak, and Mr Parker,
wero the enterulner. The aketch
rendered by the trio, entitled The
Mlaeoa iboetaon." waa well given and
nmuaed the erowded home luituane.
ly nml Mr Parker'a reading of the
poem "Sailing to Dreamland," prov
ed a hit.
Tho program was n followa:
Trio, Onlly Ooward: Duct. Only
Theo. Maxlno Flah. Dell Parker: Solo.
Carmona. Maxlne FUh: Heading. Old
Ace. Doll Parkor: Trio, aoleoted.
flketoh, "Tho Mlaae Itibotaon;" Bolo,
Kontucky Homo, Dell Parkor: Trio,
Oh Hestleaa Bca; Roadlng, Halting to
Dreamland, Doll Parlor; Trio, Ken
tuoky Unbe; Trio, Oueo Again.
TUB DANK COULD AU
B. M. LAIU, CaBhler
UP WORK RERE
Oregon Horlal Hygiene Hociety J Ian
KxJilblt Hliowiug Diitigrni of Bocliil
(Ml mid Method of Combating
It Two Mectlnga Next Week.
Tho Oregon Boolol Hygiene Bocloly
whose work throughout tho atato haa'
occompllihod great good, hai turned
Its attention to Central Oregon, and
llond nad other communltlca of this
aectlon aro to havo an opportunity to
Join In tho work.
The inlmlon of tho Society la to
replaco mlalnformntlon and Ignor
ance with correct, olonn knowledgo of
the facta of life, acx dlacaaca and tho
multitude of evlla reaultlng there,
from, through a campaign of educa
tion. Tho work wna mado atate wldo
through an appropriation of the Iat
lglHlaturo and tho Boclety 1 olUcor
cd by tho leading phyalclani, buai
nena mon nud educator of Portland
and nil Oregon.
Field Secretary Karl J. Cummins
arrived Friday to arrange for a cam
paign of education bore. An oxhlblt
la now In progrea, a menu' meeting
will be held next Wednesday and a
gnthnrlng of mother will be nddro
od. probably Wedneidny afternoon.
Tho local committee that haa tak
en hold in co-operation with tho o
elety la composed of J. P. Keyea, .1.
A. Knits and It. M. Smith. The
meeting will bo held at the Commer
cial Club room, and every family
man Intareated In the bcttermont of
hygienic condition In llend will bo
naked to bo thoro and co-oerato In
an effort to aproad n better under
standing of tho neceMlty of lex edu
cation, and to get suggoetlons of waa
Meeting Xet Wednesday.
W. T. Wllllamon. M. !., of Port
land, a member of thn nxecutlve
board of tho aoclety. will ho the chief
apcakor. He will dhtcuia tho "Four
Sex Lien" and othor cuuies of vice.
and auggeat remodlca. Dr. II. Fer-
roll of llond will apeak apon tho
Itfir,ajjwjcy nud serious oftcota oLtlJa
OAe nnd H. C. Ilartranft will cocpresj
hh vlewa rognrdlng iroont condi
tion among lo)a and girl. C. 8.
Hudnan'n aubjoet la "What oan we
do for Hand?"
The oxhlblt now apon In thn Fulka
building on Wall street Is of tho
greatest Interest and Importance. Its
entire purpose la educational a
1 graphic reminder of what la going on
I about uh, why It la going oh. what
I Continued on last page.)
FOR NEW COUNTY (RESCUES)
FOR NEW COUNTY (JEFFERSON)
A lftvge quantity of Heating Stoves to
select from, among them the
which will make a remaykablesaving
in your fuel bill.
v Bend Hardware Company:
TUB COMPANY THAT PUT TUB
'WBAir IN HAltnWAllB,
HUtory of Oregon Khowa County
Dltlnlori Him (lone on Htrndlly
From Heginnlng Convenience
fj nnd Kconomy are Herredi
i ' .
iiiai county oivision is noi n new
thfBK In Oregon la readily ascertain
ed by & atudy of tho history of the
atato. From Its earliest days ns n
territory tho division of large areas
Into smaller units for tho purposo of
more, efficient, more economical and
more convenient covernment has
boon going on, nnd tho present move
ment In Crook county Is wholly In
Una with tho past history of tho
In the "In Karller Days" column
of the Oregon Journal this fact ns to
tho Oregon countlos was recently
brought In a very clear and Interest
ing mannor. Portions ot the artlclo
are horo'roprlntod for their general
Intorest nnd their especial bearing on
tho present raovoment in this section.
"In Knrllcr Days."
"Hontou county Is one of our older
counties, hnvlug been creatod on De
comber 23. 1817. It wna named for
8onator Thomas H. Ilenton of Mta
rpurl, one of Orogon's earliest and
best friends. It originally embraced
all the country west of tho Wlllam
otto river to tho ooast and from Polk
county south to California. Marys
vlllo. now called Corvallls, was Its
original county soat.
"Columbia county was cut off from
Washington county on January 23.
1881. St. Helens Is the county soat,
and when It waa founded by If. M
Knighton In 1848. It was called Ply
mouth Hock. Its name wna changed
to St. Helena and It wna a serloua
commercial rival ot Portland In thoso
"On December 22, 1863. portions
ot Umpqua nnd Jackson counties
woro combined to form Cons coun
ty. It Is named for tho trlbo of In
dlana who made tholr homo on Coos
liny. Kmplro City, now but a mem
ory, was Its first oounty seat.
".Crook . county. vruiiakimfroia
southern Wasco county on October
9, 1882. It was nnmed after Gener
al George Crook, who fought Indiana
nil over that district! n tho early
dnya. Harney Prlnc'a blacksmith
sbep, saloon and stage station grew
Into the town of Prlnovllle and bo
came the county soot.
"Douglas county takes us Imck to
the I.tnrolu-Douglas debates nnd the
das when Stephen A Douglas ha 1
(Continued on page 2
TIIIJ IIKDMOXD SHOW.
Itomombor tho Hodmond Po-
tnto Show nnd Fair on Friday
and Saturday. Everybody who
can lirgolng down to it on Sat-
urdny. Show your Interest In
the Wost Bldo, and go down
with tho crowd.
REDMOND POTATO SHOW
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Fourth Annual Kxliiblt In Kdgltlio
Ink Town Comes Tills Week
fnny to Attend From Hend!
Tho Fourth Annual Potato Show
and Fair will bo held at Redmond on
Friday and Saturday of this week.
At tho Commercial Club luncheon on
Saturday an Invitation to r.ttend the
fair extended by the Hodmond club
waa read and It was voted that tlio
Invitation be accepted. Manager Do
Armond of the Commercial Club haa
written tho Itedmond club as follows'
"We beg to acknowledgo receipt
of your Invitation to this club and tho
citizens of Hend to attend yoar
Fourth Annual Potato Show and
Fair to bo held In your city on Oc
"Hcsldcs thanking you for the in
vltallon we are glad to advlio you
that Hend will have a good delega
tion of visitors at your fair on one
or both days, and will gladly co-op-cm
to with you In any way possible
to make the Fair a success."
Tho Hodmond show this yoar
Is somewhat more limited In Its
scope, there being no exhibits
received from certain territory
erst of thn town. Tho reason for
thin action was the refusal of tho
county authorities at PrlacvlHo to as
sist the Potato Show with a portion
of the county fair appropriation
which so angered the Redmond peo
ple that thoy drew a lino against ex
hibits from tho east. There will be
no falling off In the quality of tho
show on account of thla action be
oauso most ot tho exhibits from the
Sisters Fair will be brought to Red
mond nud Ha own neighborhood can
furnish material for as good exhibits
as can Ite found anywhere.
No dnys havo bcon set asldo by tho
management for particular towns at
at Butters. It Is expected that most
of thoto who attend from hero will
go down on Saturday.
40,000 SHEEP AND 575
Llmimnt-of Livestock- Front Hem!
Hun lleen Heavy Price For Mut
ton nnd llecf arc Hlgli This Year.
Tho last ton dnys havo been tho
busiest In Mends history so far ns
railroad shipments are concerned.
For In addition tjkUiQ 7 cattle from
Stiver Lake, hsmlled here, noarly
40.000 sheep have been shipped.
The sheep have all come In from
the summer rangea In the adjacent
I mountain Forest Reserves, and most
ly are returning to their winter fcd
Ing places, chiefly In the Shanlko
i country, which they reach from CoI-
I man, a atatlcn In the Deschutes can
yon. Hut this year a considerable
number wero shipped to market for
mutton. Theso shlpmonts Include 34
enrs to Chlcngo, nix to Seattle, and
2i to Portland. Thoro aro 300 to a.
The prlco recolved for tho mutton
was $6.10 at Portland, which Is about
the best Control Oregon growers havo
yet had. So this means a lot ot mon
ov comlnc their way. and prosperity
for sheepmen and for cattlemon, for
the latter nlso got a top prlco.
The First National Bank
OP BEND, BEND, OREGON
U. C. COB, President E. A. SATIIER, Vice- President
C. S. HUDSON, Cashlor
Capital fully pntd - 823.000
WE ENGOURAGE them because many
largo accounts began in a small way.
The small depositor of today becomes tne
large one of tomorrow.
More people would carry Bank accounts
if they realized how it aids their credit and
contributes to their success.
By opening a checking account here you
take the first step toward financial growth.
Start now and follow in the footsteps of
the many hundreds of people who do business
hi i i ii iAMSaCTassasasaaMaiassssassassajaiasssssassa
T& FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 1END
U. c. Cor K. A
O. M. fattehson
,?"SS?'- !tn !irs JP1S&
sJjMw i$i7l yMvl flMot y'J'viJKy'tiJyiy
AT SISTERS FAIR
FULL LIST OF AWARDS
O. It. Johnson of Clove-rtliln
noixTt Nmllli I'rlxo for LarKCjt
Family at Fnlr Hend liable
Winners 91,000 In Prlzen.
As promised laat week the full list
of prize winner et tho Slaters Fair
Is printed In this issue of Tho Bulls,
tin ns below. Last week's Issue con
talncd tho list of the special prizo
winners. In all, It will bo noted.
over $1000 In prizes -was awarded
successful exhibitors and contestant
at tho Sister Fair, which through
tho unqualified success or It first
effort has established Itself as an an
DivUInn A, lIontcM.
J. D. Fryrear, flrct on brood maro;
and foal; A. F, Lowe, first on foal;
It. J. Skelton, first on span carriage
horses; Robt. Smith, first on two year
old carriage colt; C. K. Orimtli, sec
ond on two year old carriage colt:
Arlie Ostcr, first on two year 'bit
heovy draft; Carl Woods, first on.
heavy draft; E. M. Harrington, first
on thrco year old carriago colt; Carl
Woods, first on one yoar old oarrhfgo
colt; 8. M. Olakely, first on single
driver: A. F. Lowe, first on single
driver over 16 hands; A. F. Lowe,
first on general purpose team.
Special prize of 1.000 feet of lum
ber given by Robt Davis to tho per
son awarded tho greatest number Of
prizes on horses awarded to A. F.
Lowe, reported last week as harinj
been awarded to Carl Woods.
Division II, Cattle.
Carl Woods, first on Jersey cow;
Artlo Oster, second on Jersey cow;
Hartley & Bdglngton, first on one
year old Jersey heifer; Carl Wood,
second on one year old Jersey heifer;
Hartley& Bdglngton, tlrst on Short
horn heifer; Hartley & Edglngton,
first on shorthorn bull calf; Hartley
& Bdglngton, first on ono year old
shorthorn heifer: Hartley & Bdglng
ton, first on one year old Hereford
holfcr: Hartley & Bdglngton. first on
ahorthora cow: Carl Woods, first on
Jersey bull calf; Carl Woods, first
on Jerseyhelfer calf-
Division (', Sheep.
Carl Woods, first on one year oid
merino Iamb; Ceo. Cyrus, first on two
year old merino owo; Carl Wood,
second on two year old merino ewo;
Geo. Cyrus, first on one year old
merino ewe: Carl Woods, seeoad on
one year old merlio ewe; Carl Wood
first on pair Shropshire lambs: Carl
Woods, first on pair merino lamb:
Ueo. Cyrus, first on yearling Shrop
shire owe: Geo. Cyrus, first on two
year old Shropshire ewe.
Dlvixlon 1), Swine.
Wilbur Dyers, first on Poland ohUa
boar: Cart Woods, first on duroc sow
stx months old: B. M. Harrington,
first on duroc bow with Jitter of pigs.
Arllo Oster, first qn Anconos; Ar
Ho Oster. first on rnrtridge RoeVs;
Chns. Carson, first on Whlte Leg-,
horns; Mrs. E. F. Fryrear. first on
Harred Plymouth HOcks: W. F. Ar
nold, second on Harred Plymouth
Rocks: Hartley & Bdglngton. first oa
Hrown Leghorn; Carl Woods, first
l Continued on page 3.)
DIRECTORS "' '
Sather C. S. Hudson