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THE BEND BULLETIN,,
jikmi, oitnao.Vi wkhniwiiay aitkkkoo.v. octoihjh at, ioi ,
ir SILL GANG
'Madras ami lrlno!llo Paper Itoa.t
Tlioo Wlio Fight for Political and
' Hellish Motive OnlyKInK'
Latrat atnnrt Not ConslsU'iit.
Concerning thn gontlomon who nro
chlelly nctlvo. In fighting county dlvl.
Won, two county papura linvo this to
. "It la or Interest to tho volora of
iIim iirnnnanil JnfTortton county to note
that principal opposition to county
ilviiion ih not lounu ui -pnyora
but ainonK ho tax spenders
nnd tax dodger. Those who nro now
miultlng tho public "imp" or nro lick
ing tho froth from tho babes mouth,
who havo lillliorto had an opporlun-
Mly to Krow fnt from lliat anmo source
of nutrition woro notable nl n gath
ering at Lnmonln on Saturday night
on it at Gateway on Monday night, m
tnaf lw aon from tho list or thoi
rrom Prlnnvlllo: John Combs, ox-dop-ul'
aharlR; Colllna Klklns, brolhor
of lh present nhcrlff; Hnlph Jordnn
troMtiror: Hilly Kin. ox-treniurr
nnd ono of the ohlor purveyor to
tho county at the present tlinof, CoJ.
Smith niul Jnroe ltlM, ox-oommla-itloner
and ex-manager of tho llnln.
win 8heep Company." (Madra Plo-
or. I .... ..
Tho Prlnovllle Now prlnta tho rol.
"Tho auto loada of antl-dlvlonlst
Iravo Prinovlllo regularly to attend
tho meetings. AmT why? Can
any ono toll ua why thla extreme xnal
ousnosa on tho part at four or five
business mon who nro working so
"liard egalnst tho Indicated wish of tho
majority of tho county? " What
I. thn mnllvn? IjM US BOO.
8oma of thoso mon aro In a business
that will necessitate mo estaoiisn
meat of other oIScm In tho new coup.
'ila If Ihav III! ruvnr the BtttHO field
nf nnaratlon aa now. Othara of tho
.opposition have received considerable
oouniy uuainoM wmen "'
ll.il. I..,lnaa alanrlnnltlt. TOO OlVl-
. slon of tho county moans thn break.
lug up of the aoppou 01 certain poli
tical alliances which might result In
omo of tho county business falling
Into other hands. HUt aro all
tho pooplo of Crook county to Buffer,
as thoy have during tho pant tow
yoara, Just becauso a rc-arrangomcnl
m.i oonr.llnir in Ihn nllh of
' tho woplo. mlRht bllnht tho political ,
aiplratlona of ono amall community.
iiioatnonu i ur. wcwipu iv i'
tho county bimlnoM for dlitrlbutlon
ncoordlnu to law, or. bueauio It may
tntwforo with Individual political
plana of thran or four proB?
. If ih people ant county dlvkilon.
.i... ...in i..v it ha fnr nil hoard
from mora Hub RO per cent of tin,
, pooplo or wnai wi roniaiu m uium
eounty. favor dlvlalon. In faet. vory
little opiioaltloii hna been hoard ox-
cent froin tho nourcwi mentioned.'
Pernnpa tho moat blltar orltiolam
liaa bn dlraetwl asalnut W. K. Klnc
Slnntha iwfori) tho dlvlalon moo
utartod Mr. KIR ld aullo ppaltlvvly
to n Hand man. that ho would favor
dlvlalon If tho lino ahould bo drawn
natlafnotorlly to Prinovlllo. Whon a
(Contlnjied oh lnU PRO$) "
A LllHCK IS AN OIIDHU TO TUB IIAN'K TO PAY
TO TUB PARTY Oil PAUTIKB DBSIONATRD, A OBIt
TAIN BUM OUT OF TUB FUNDS BTANJUNO TQ TJIJB
ORUD1T OF TJ1H OKAWGIt OF THIS CIICIC OK JHB
,,ANCI?BOKB,S?AY HB DttAWN PAYAUU5 HttllBR TO
1IIJAH Hit Oil TO OltDBH. IF MADB PAYAHLB TO
1BAI t. ANY PBHBON HOI.DINO TUB CHKOK CAN
PHB3BNT IT AND llBOElVB TUB MONBY. BUG HA
ailBCIC DOH8 NOT UKQUlItK TUB IDBNTIFIOATION
OFTIIB HOLDim Olt.UIBOU ANY OTHF.lt BNOOH8K;
MHNT. IK MADM PAYAlll.B TO OltDBH. TUB IJANIC
MOOT SATIBFY ITSBI.F, HBFOItB PAYINQ TUB MON
BY THAT TllB PBHBON PHB81JNTINO TUB ailBOK
B TI B PHOPB t PBHSON TO HBCB1VB IT. CIIKOKB
MADB PAYAH1.U TO OUDBIt MU8T HB BNDOnBBD HY
1IUvHBNTHB WH1TTBN AMOUNT IB DIFFBHBNT
FROM TUB FIC1URB8, TUB WIUTTBK AMOUNT
U0VTHB8, DRAWBR OF A CHECK MUST TAKE
PROPBR PRBCAUTION8 AGAINST FRAUD WHICH
MIGHT HB PRACTICED HY BOMB FUTURE HOI.DBH.
ALWAYS WRITE WITH PEN AND INK WRITE ROTH
T IB FiaURBS AND THE WRITTEN AMOUNT A8 FAR
TO TllB LEFT AB POSBIULB TO PREVENT TUB1 IN
8BR ON OF OTHER FIQURBBOIl WORD8 IN FRONT
OF THEM. ALTHOUGH A II A NIC IB OKNBRAU.Y
ClAm B IP IT PAY8 RAISED CHBClC THBDRAWER
CAN HE HELD IF IT IB gHOWN THAT HR DID NOT
TAKE PROPER PREaAriONa IN WHITING THE
CHECK. CHECKS WRITTEN IN 0.EAD PENOII ARE
CASHlSP AT TllB MAKER'S RISK. HANKS ARE IN
NO WAY WA1ILE FOR CHE0KB WRITTEN IN THIS
''MAKNBftv rWmnW PJtQXBOTlVB-DBVIpBJB
W WSf? oW CABliwn I WH OWN RECEIPT.
WHY Nf)T tlPEN AN ACCOUNT A'D PAY YOjattflJIWS
Willi -OljECttfl ON VIIB "Mr tv
Deschutes State BamiJItV
') ' JIBN.I, OltEGON, 1T,; I 1
II. FERREL Prosldont 13: M. LARA, .Canhlor
HPIUNOIJII l'OH DIVIHION,
4- (luyon Hpilimor, county JudKo -
nnd nl ono t lino nnd nnothor rn
clploul of KDiioroun "ctiln"
- from Tho llullolln, hna nnnounc-
od hlluuolf an nnloiit dlvlalon
- nupportor. .Olhoraln tho public
political oyo who havo nnnoitne
od tholr unaunllflod aupport ror -
dlvlalon nro tho followlnif can-
dldntoa: J. K. iflnnclmrd, com
inlMloiion IC II. Kiioz, ahorlff;
Wndo lluatou, aurvoyor.
JOHN BLOSS IS DEAD
llcwt rioriter riurtu'diba to Hoart
Troulilo ttt Old UJcotip.lti lloiiw.
Word has Juat been recolvod from
Aahland. WUconaln, of tho death
thuro laat Tueaday night of John
llloii. n plonor of Heud and ono of
tho well liked nnd rcapsccted reaU
denta of tho community.
Death occurrod nt tho home or tho
decunted'a brother. Charlci, nnd bur
ial waa on Friday. Mr. Hloaa enmo 10
nnd in 1000, anil niruia conivaaraoio
mouoy horo aubaviiunntly h timber
locator. About a year ago ho wna
takou with honrt trouble nnd apont
hoiiio tlmo In Portland receiving
trimtmont. About n month ngo ho
wna hero ngaln, nnd thon went to
hla old homo In Wltconiln. Ho woa n
bnohelor and hna no relative In tho
(.... I mill wiim R4 VMII old. Tho
Aunn brothura enmo rrom Aahland
hero, nod wero old frlenda of Mr.
Illonn, na wore many othora horo.
Hunter & SUnts havo charge of tho
IJlotii property uero.
MODE CATTLE COMING
Another HlilpnU-ut From Hlhcr Ialo
Iluo In "Ten, Dnya.
A it m.m Ifiak all I A MAC II tt lt rA(fttlt
t AUVt tV Ma.aa .......
ahlpmont of Hllver l.sko cnttlo from
hero, nnolhr big lot nro headed thla
way. llotwecn tho llrat nnd tho fifth
of Novembor, aoya L. M. Fona of the
Crogon-Wnahlngton railway, 4o0
head will bo .hipped from horo to
Tho Portland Union Btock Varda
nro tho purchaiera nnd George May
field haa done tho buying ror them.
It la Understood that 2S0 morn head
are being lined up and will bo
brought thla way later, making a to
tal ror the aaaaon or about 1275 cat
tle, representing some 190,000 which
will havo been paid to Central Oregon
cattlemen for builneaa handled at
JUnchera Find It Paya to BeM d
u. ihn rmintrv enroanondenco
In thla paper. You will find aeons
of Itotna aooui ao-anu-eo xoins '
Hond to do buaincM 10 nuy or v boii
form producta. They como rrom Pow
ell llutte, rrom tho Halnpton coun
try and tho co ntry northwest of
lldlaw nnd of eourse tho nearer ter
rllory. Thla Item taken from tho
irrni ninvnrdBld correanondauM
,.ii. win.. "innv nf nur fariiiora
nro markotlng their grain In llend.
tho markot tlng co much batter aa
to pay for the extra hauling."
And there are other renaona; b
aldea offering tho baat market on the
railroad tor grnln. hay, hoga nnd gar
dun truck, Hond alio offera tho far.
mora of all thla section bettor oo,ulp
pod atoroa than thoy can tlud olio
whoro. . .
How much bettor off those fnrmora
would bo ir Dcnohutoa county, waa
formed and bottor roaib could ba.
.built between thr rnuohoa npd tholr
POTATO IS HONORED
CJood Hcaulta'of Punner Voir Been
Judging Kancclalljr (laotl Thla Year
Unuaual DUpluy by IfdmliblU
Ilroar-Candidatca l Kvldwco
After a atnrt handicapped Vr the
ltirAinnlnir witnlhnr nnd A 1 1 silt at-
tendnnco tho Ilcdmond Potato phow
enmo to n nucceMftil conclualon on
Baturday. According to thoap. who
havo nttonded tho cnrllor show tho
ono Just ended surpassed thu'tu nil
in interest nnu caucauonai vnnio,
u-hiin ihn nxhlliltn furnished for nn-
nllmr r lliiilr llllllllnllvn oVldonSO
of tho fertility of tho Central Oro-
gon aoll nnd tun possiuuiucn opon '
thoito who mix grains with their
Tho old Idea of n country fnlr na
nn occasion whon tho country aldo
gathered to sco who had raised tho
largest pumpkin, or tho fnttuat hog,
or whoso homo could trot tho fuutotit
hna undorgoao many modlllcnllons.
Today the inmo thlnga nro ahown
that wero thon but tho prlxca go, not
for alio or speed, but for exeellonce.
Or putting It Knottier way Uiq "boat"
today Is that which haa tho greatqst
number of certain nttrlbutos which
Mimiilnf.il in iiroiior iironortlon Dro-
duco tho Ideal. Tho "boat" If Oof
longer tho biggest.
All thla waa urougni out ai inn
iu.Iman.1 .ItiH. Ifntiiin1lv mmiiA.
tent judges had been obtained audi
thoy nttendou to tnoir uusiness ioor
oughly. Insldea wero Judged na well
a nnialilaa InlBlOB WflfO Sliced
and studied for starch content, ruta
bagas wero cut opon, onions naivou
until you were certain that when tho
Miio rllilmn waa ularml on nn exhibit
thoro were the best ot reasons ror
putting It thore,
Tho fair grounda wero all or Red
mond, Exhlblta ot everything but
iiva ainW wnm mllnctnd In the Khrot
bulldlnK. tho oenhaat decorated
atreeu waro tho scene ot tbq live
ia.v rvnrad thA Commercial Club
rooms were lecture on domestic sci
ence and potato, raising, thoro woa
a- livestock exniniuon on iuo nrtm
. l....LI uinli.il al Ihn athlnllp flnld
and a dancS InthcTWairm th oven-
H. 1). Muatard Winner.
Among tho oxhlbltora ot rarm pro
duco, and especially potatoes, who
fared well wna 8. D. Mustard, or
Powell llutte, tho biggest winner nt
ihn PmnV f'minlv Katr. In llodmond
Mr. Mustard repoatod hla former sue
(Continued on la, pago.) I
VOTE FOR BOTH
' X 2S
i it ,
- .-A large quantity of Heating Stoves to
' '' select from, nmong tliem the
which will make
n " Dena narqwarc vjurownY
LA PINE OFFERS
DELEGATION HERE ON
Alfred A. Aya and K. T. Clark Arouo
Knlliulam at Int Night's Meet
ing by Bprechc In Paror of Ie
chutes Commltteo Enlarged,
, e - t
""ClTo'le ho'arted support rrom tho
ia l'lijo country in tno county ui?i
albninpvdmont was pledged by prom.
Incnt representatives or tho up-river
town at tho rally hold last night In
the Commercial Club rooms, whllo
(no presonco of five other loading A
P'nu men gjtvo further proof that Uio
wholo community waa united for tho
The gathering lost night waa orig
inally plaunod na a, local enthualasm
innntlncr f'nllnwlnrr thn meotlnc At
J.a Pino on Boturday howovor. tho
people thoro decided to gel Into the
gf mo wiin nil tnoir airengin ana as a
Lar,ler to aoad n oomralltco to tho
local meeting. In nil (oven camo
down. Alfred A. Aya, K. I.. Clark, W.
v. Arnold, k. u. uiar, w. u. roru
liam. C V. Cnrmlchaol. W. C. Hoi
linshoad, nnd J. 8. lleesloy.
The Ijh Pine Ke;che,
Xr Avit nnd r Plark riiroont.
od tho delegation In tho speech mak
ing, liotu nrouaing eninuvimin mm
npplnuso by their Btntroonts on -
benair or division nnu tno support
tnoir community would glvo It. What
Mr. Aya said- gavo ospoolal encour
ngomont to tho cauae alnco, aa ho
frankly atatod. ho waa In tho begin,
nlng opposed to tho division move
ment. From Its bcgtoulng, bo said,
ho had been studying tho arguments,
however, and ho had now bocomo
fully. Convinced that tho formation of
Deschutes county waa desirable from
evorr point ot view. "The more I
hoar or It. the mora I believe It lit
highly desirable." hq aald. And again
"I could gtvo a doxen reaaanc why at
no ruturo time could ao tfvorablo a
division, under auch favorable cir
cumstances bo Undertaken aa now."
Mr. Clark- tnadrj n spirited talk
pointing out tho road Improvement
that could bo obtained only through
division and urging that every In
dividual voter work tor Deschutes
county. "Wo can. all ottord to work
blldly for two weeka," ho aald.
Lefa got together nnd wallop 'cm.
Atldreft.cA' by IocaI Stem,
Proceeding tho La PJno roenon tho
program II, II. Do Arraond made un
Impromptu speech on tho general aub
jeet and C. S. Hudson spoke About
the ndvantngea to bo obtained In
road building ir dlvlalon carries. V
(Continued on pago 4.)
a remarkable saying
.THAT PUT TUB
BTANLI'A' COOPKIl DIHAPPKAIIH.
According to n Hcattlo dispatch to
tho Portland Oregonlan, Btanley II.
Coopor of Prinovlllo. mysteriously
disappeared near Port Townsend on
October 8. Mr. Cooper Is head of tho
Pioneer Crcnmory, and haa n brother
In llend. Ho la 3f years old. No ex
planation of hla disappearance Is
forthcoming. Ho had ggno to Port
Townsend on n business engagement
with State Senator Troy of that place,
and, It Is understood, had a consid
erable amount of money with him.
MYHTKIMOUH ItlVKlt BTmClC.
Tho following squib appears In the
Coast city papers, dato nnca inne
"Tho government geological engi
neers, who havo been working on
Crooked Illvcr, near hero, for several
weeks past, examining tho formation
of tho earth, with a view to making
plans ror Irrigation works, ycntorday,
evening struck, a roaring river of
water 70 feet below the Bur'aco of
PHtEB IX XOKTIl E.V1I.
A week ago Sunday, early In the
morning, tho Sparks hotel building
nt Mctollu" waa completely destroyed
by Are. Tho loss Is estimated it
8000, hair being covered by Insur
ance. Friday evening flro destroyed
ttie ittoro or Alex Smith at Vanora,
entailing a loss estimated at $3000,
with 11200 Insurance.
TO MKCT AT KLAMATH.
At Its annual meeting at Orogon
City, completed last wcok, tho Oregon
niin I.-.lllnrlnl Aaanrlntlnn nlccind K.
B. Urodle ot Orogon City president I
and Sam Evans of Klamath talis,
vlco-prosldent. Naxt autumn's meet
ing will be at Klamath Falls.
LakcWcw Man Mnkcn llin Annual
Forecast In Han Frnndsco Pner.
The San Francisco Chronicle prlnta
the following weather forecast, made
by 8. V. Rchart or Lokovlow. For
3 years the Lake county sngo haa
prepared predlctlona or tho winter
woather, and almost alwaya they havo
been correct, aaya o. uajr uuy paper.
"For the winter staoon ot 1914-10
a conservative forecaat would be
morti Hi an normal DreclDlUtlon tor
the entire. Pacific Coast. In my judg
ment tho Pacific Coast -will exper
ience more falling weather during
tho coming winter than In any other
winter tor the past ten years.
"Wo may expect some very heavy
snows In the mountains, with con
siderable danger ot floods In the low
land" and aome danger of a hard
winter In the muontalns nnd plateau
Will be Held Monday 'When Two Able
SK-akcra Will He Present.
Duo to tho Impossibility of getting
Dr. W. T. Williamson horo for the
mooting that was to have been held
horo tonignt me uregon oobibi ny
glene Society and Ha loeal committee
haa postponed the event until net
Monday night At that time not on
ly will Dr. Williamson be here, but
Dr. Calvin 8. White, Slate Health.
Officer, aa welt.
Invitations will bo sont out this
week and all men who aro Interested
In bettor moral and hotter health con
ditions for Hend arc urged to attend
A woman's -mooting will bo hold to
tho afternoon especially tor motnors.
Tho exhibit which hus been held hero
for a weok by tho society was moved
i The First National Bank
U OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
U. C. COE, President JE. A. SATIIER, Vies- Prwtdent
a S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid - - - 896.000
Surplus . 'rf00-- - -
"WE ENGOURAGE them because many
large accounts began in a small wayt
The small depositor of today becomes the
1 large one of tomorrow.
more people wouia uurty Dttiig ,u;uuiuo
!f l... unAllA Umii. tl ntrfe flint rArttf' nn4
,,(l 11 lliuy ruautou nun
contributes to their success. -
iS,J Bv oDeniner a chookinE: account here you '
talce tho first step toward financial growth.
M Start now and
Mr tho many hundreds of
1 1 I I I
IS FH-;ST NATIONAL BANK; OF EWt
uiKnu i uita '
U. c. Cob
O. M. Taitekson
WADE HUSTON IS OUT
Old Time Resident of County Bays
Large Tax Payers Favor Move and
' Tlmt Opposition Is rarely BeM
fUli Opponent U IfHfAtoTAbIg
Wnde Huston, regular Democratic
candldato ror tho office ot county aur
voyor. waa hero Friday and tho tint
part of this week. He la making a
vigorous campaign. Whllo hero h
camo out flat rooted ror dlvIs!on&
"I favor the establishment of both.-,
now counties," inld Mr. Huston. "V
always have. 1 have worked tor
division slnco the move started, and
unlike some other candidates Iiyti
not hfrald to say whero I stand. And
I don't pretend to favor one cause,
and then really work for onothcrU
acema to me division will be a good
thing ror-nll of us tor tho old coun'
ty and tho new ones and I don'tjjj
any honest arguments against It. Atw
Smith, Davo Adamaon, tho L&fgtgT
lottos. Henry Gray and a lot of otKgsj'
big taipayera over on oar side are'
doing all they oan for division. Ovary
our way it aeems to mo that alwMt
the only ones who are fighting nrcv5.
row with their feet In tho troughud
the ones whose trade depends irpoa
Mr. Huston pointed out that H. A,
Kelloy. his Republican opponentgj
one ot the leading workera agajufl
division, and that his other opponent
refuses to take any public stand. jM
cording to ttuaton, neuey nan b
here only a very few ycara, .
he. Huston, haa resided In Cr
county alnce 1878 and la owner, at
considerable property. His lather
waa formerly county BBrvejur.
1EM OLDjMK GOUTY"
Writer Bprlam tfce Old Sturt About
Court House Pln Some Sewtlaet.
Dear old Crook county! Deaf
crooked old county,- to..'tfalnk of your
dismemberment brings team to our
eyes almost. Anyway, It does to
Mr. Dengston or Dry Lake, who
writes a long letter to the Crook
County Journal, which enda aa fol
lows: Tho writer would thank anyono
who could show by facta and figures
whero the present proposed county
division -wilt reduce actual ozpensen
by this chopping up of dear old Qcpok
The faeta and figures ot hU own
letter are distorted even more then
moat or the statements, of the atUl
dlvlalonlats. For latftante. Mr. Iteng
atrom talks about the horrlbto ex
pense of two J1QO.OQ0 court houses.
In eaoh of tho new counties.
Just by way of reminder, we tell
Mr. Dengstrora and asyone wjo
might "fall" for thla buncombe, -that
Deschutes county will have no need
for a court house for nt least els
year. Free quarters for all county
officers are pledged by tho people of
Bend tor that period in a definite
jv u.uo hiuh wwy
follow in the footsteps of
people who do business
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