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HUM), OlWttOtf, WHnSKHDAY AVTHntiiHW, DKCKMHIJlt no, xott.
1 1 1JL-
fcOYOTE ATTACKS DOO
& IN N1QHT
llljdruphohlit Hplilcmlo Hprcnili Prom
ItWci ii Oregon Young Man token
to Portland IInil(l rlJilitirnn)
Ilnncli Visited by Mm! Aiilmnl,
i 'tuts iisrurupuuiiia I'l'iuuiuju wiuvii
s4 marten in (tasiorn uron n iow
IIIHIIWI9 (U n Blum; nuiixni
wy westward until now It In appar
ently only n few mllos from Hond.
FoC tho most part coyotoa havo car
ried tho disease. They luivo Ikhiij
no urfuttnd br It ns to cause thorn to
Attack arm animal and von Bottlers
Mir tho haiHWtteail country.
Several weeks hko a doff which had
iircmi'iiiftlily been bitten hy n coyote
Uw&f Prirtevlllo had to to killed bo--cmimo
of hi condition nnd In tho last
two week two now cases of rabies
Minvo been fouud at Powell llutto. A
toportud in tho Pokoii llutto corros
pondouco of Tho Bulletin Inst week.
Ulonry Dfbrnntl wan bitten hy it do
nuffurlng from ruble nnd hnd to bo
tnkon to Portland for treatment nnd.
on Monday of thin week it mad oov-
oto nppeftred t thn I.rtiiflfnro ranch.
According to tho rointrt from n
'Hullotln correspondent In tho noluh
borhood thin latest case wan pnrtlo-
mlarly-brtd. Tho correspondent wrllos:
"About 3 o'clock Monday morning
Mr. Landfnre's family was wakened
1y n commotion In tho yard and on
tho paroli. which proved to ho a do
imrato nttack upon tholr dog by n
rabid coyote. On ncoounl of thn
'darkness. It waa with tho greatest
dimoulty Hint Harold and Iloryl I,nnd-
ifaro nticfecded In killing tho crnxod
nnlmul. Thn hoya hnd n rlflo and n
hnt gun nnd tho coyote desperate
'fighting consult only when Ita hack
nnd two Isgta were broken.
"The coyoto badly wounded tho
'dog, bit somo of tholr geijso, nnd
everything In la way, tree, feneot.
te., until killed. Mr. Lnndfnrn will
' not aonil nway tho head for domina
tion a tin ami tho neighbors nro per.
Ti'Ctly satisfied an to tho causo of tho
4 animal's bold attack."
' CHRISTMAS IN BEND
Vnml flbucrvnuro of tho IMy Tutt
I'rldii)- l'(Mr nn Ilrmenilicrrd.
' Mend had n white CllrUtmna In that
thero wa omo auow on the ground
1at Friday but tho netting of n roar
hko. when thero wna n anow atorm
tho nlsht bnfore. waa lacking. Tho
, day was otorvod Wy lnl aorvlcea
at the Haptlut cburah: tho otlier
church iMYtiur hrd imtvIbo t
t night Wforo. AH mall wn dlntrlb
Html at the. nost olllro without delay
. Trldnv ntornlng.
I'ol lowing ia uual cuatom the
Plrat Nntlfffinl Hank saw to It that
i npno Jn ifewn nhouhl wnnt for n
nhrletmaa dfnnor, well filled Imakota
Veins dlatrlbutcd to all In need.
1 ChrJitHinn nlclit n dnnoo wo given
nt. the Kuiblem Club, attended by
1 about 76. A large Chrltmn tree
wn plqoud In tho center of tho linn-
, yuet hall, adding to tho, general dec
oration. Muilo wn furninhad by
"Mr. MaoLnurln nnd Joe McKay.
A convenient way iiicrcluujtsnnd otlieni tinvo of
idlcctliig their itccoimU 1 by iiieniu of ilrnftA,
These may bo mndo out iu cither of two vya lmy.
iiblo "at sight" or at n ptntwl tlmo Iu tho future,
A sight draft 1 simply n written demand oti n
jtcrson or persons to pny nt sight tile certain sunt
ineutlonod, They r usually sent to bnuka for
collection nnd nro uhuiiHj' mndo tiajnblo. to tho
Iu the ciimo of tho tlmo draft It U customary for
1lio t'olk'ctlng ngent, iiMiiully u bank, to huvo tho
lruoo wilto'liiM immo, Uio dale,' nnd tho wortl ,A
uccoiitoil" ucrons tlio fnco'of tho dnft mn thus,"'
"accept It," This ncruptuiico constitutes n formal
promldo.to puy, Tho OrinwH) of n draft Is not u
ltrty to it iiulesH ho 1m ucccptvil it,
ii Mium states "days of graco" m-o allowed on
bouijglil mid tlmo drnfta but tills custom ban gone
wt ofyoguo In tho majority of states.
4 ..-t .. . .
r tiim AniticuiruniHT.
Tho incfttlon whotlior or not
Crook county will continue tho
support of tho county nKrlmil-
turlKt will bo dotnrmlnod by tho
rouiity court nt It muotltiR next
WfidnoHday, January 0. All fnr-
mora and othora Intnroatod am
ti r Rod to nttuiid in atipport of
thn oauao. .
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JOURNAL IS SOLD
(luy linfollctlo llcrome Onnc,! of
Ahnoiiiieinent was mndo In the
Crook County Journal of Dooomlmr
t of tfm purchniio of tho pnpor hy
(tuy Ufollotto of Prlnovllle. J. II.
tlrny, tho pronont ownnr. turn tho
property ovor to Mr. hnfollotto on
Guy (.afollntto In woll known nit
over Crook oounty, having vlnltnd
nearly ovory acctlon In tho perform
ance of hi dutlo hb fruit ItiMpoctor
which oflloo ho hn held for ncvotnl
yonra. Ho ha boon connected with
the Journal In tho pnxt, having had
A half Intereit for three year. From
100C t 1010 ho wan Duvtmr.Rter of
I'rlnovlllu, rcilgnlng 1 n tho laltir
year to tnko up tho Journal work.
Mr. I.nfollctlo wa ona of tho mnnt
nctlva auttnurtnr of tho county dlvl-
alon movement In "old Crook county"
In tho recent cntnpnlun.
NEW ORDER MADE
Desert T.nnd Ilonril Act Agnln Con-
ceriilng Hettlcra'. Xole.
BAI.UM. Dee. 3R. Tho Btnto dot
ert Irfind Hoard adopted an ordor ye
torday that 120,000 In noteWor tho
Ceiitrnl Oregon Irrigation fJUlnpany
be returned to tho company and that
the company rofraln from tho haIo of
land In oxeeia of 28.135 acre An
order of a week ago wart ronelndod.
It wn the opinion of a majority of
tho member of tho board thai tho
company had mado good tho condi
tion under which tho note wor do
poMtod with UioHtoto. olthouRh Btnto
IjiiKlneor Low! Inilited on kooplng
tlovornor Weil enlivened tho pro
cpodlnx by chnrRlng Iowl with
ppltefut motive In optolng tho re
turn of tho note to tho, company.
Low! ImUtcd that tho note
ahould bo rotalnod until tho tlmo
87,000 acre In tho aegroicatlon bo
THAT McKAY KIH1I.
Clydo M. McKay took second prlxo
In a BpociaWdaja JtHtUjo 1014 nrlr.e
KMiIng contest, conductod by Field
nnd Btrcnm with the trout caught In
tho DcRChute last summer. In tho
January number of the magaxlne the
winner for 19H art announced, Mr,
I'oKay's natnu appearing In tho class,
rnlnbow trout, sjMclal honor prUo
f jr flh caunht on fly with, fly tncklo.
His llnh weighed seven pounds. First
t .nee wont for a fUli cniiRht in Pino
Diver. Michigan, nnd welshing otKht
P'HHOP I'AIMtiioK fXMIIXO,
IlotHKt I. Paddoflk. Kplampnl Illah
op of Haatern Oregon, will i here
Sunday evenlns. Illshop Paddoek
will arrive on the eveulng train and
will -conduct aerrloea In the Preebv
torian ehwreli at 8 o'olodk. Ue will
loavs 6n Monday.
VV I.vTlU 1H HKI.HCTHI ).
Aseordlng to report from tho first
mooting or tho Jotfornon county.oourt
Culver has been aolocted na tho tem
porary county scat of tho now coun
ty. Tho npK)nmpnt of tho different
county olllcor ban boon postpouod to
a later meeting of tho court,
OESCIIES SURVEYS COMPLETED
State nnd Federal Authorities Agree on Plans and
Estimates of Cost for Irrigation Projects in Crook
and Jefferson Counties Cover 200,000 acres
A BHinmary of tho enuclualona roaoliod by the Citato and I'adwpl
auUiorltlo with reference- to Irrigation pomlhJIIlleM In the upper Daehuto
rtver bnaln tin Just Ijuoii Klvsri out iiy tat4 Itngineor John II. Lewte.
Tho work which ha rotullod In tbla retort ha been carried on under
wltat hn uaon vnrloiiNly known n the D9Htoa aurvey, the oo-opornUve
survey and the Oregon Co-operattve wer& flnanoed by eontrlbullona of
f 60,000 noh from the Htnte or Oregon andyin United Stntoe.
1 he projectn oovored by tho report linto the ent and north of Hend,
tliOBo clovot to tin' town being the HoUtiieUtitl and tho Knut Bide Unit,
hltlmrlo knovn oh tho Itenhara Fnlla Prjjct. and the North Canal llslt.
reapoei'vely. The others nro the West Bme Unit, adjoining the Tumnlo
Project, Mlilch hu been under dIcuMlon,Jrconncctlon with tho oxpected
a'lutiiiont of $4SO,000 from the Heclnmatlou fund, nod tho North Unit,
covorlna tho Agency Plains country Most of tho country coat of Hend
onclonod by tho llnoa or tho new aurvey Is already under Irrigation, tho
'Arnold ditch and tho Central Oregon oanal" supplying water for It.
Tho report I ilgned by John T. Whlnuor, K. O. Ifopaon nnd lohn II.
Lewi. Mr. W. h. Powers of tho Oregon Agricultural Cullgt iMiiarcd tint
chapter on agricultural conditions und itovolbllltlca under Irrigation. Till
report including numoroua map and drawing I now In procca of publi
cation. It will not bo available for distribution for several month.
Acoordlng to tho aummary thl area can bo reclaimed in four aoparato
unit, all of which depend upon water to no stored In two propoio4 reser
voir Mites, ono on tho Dcschute river at Henhnm Falls, 10 mile south
of the town of Hond, tho othor at Crane Prairie on tho wct fork of such
DELEGATES TO IRRIGATION
Over 100 HepreM-ntatlcH From (Vr-
trul Oregon Will Attend Portland
(lathering Nost Wrk.
The third mooting of tho Oregon
Irrigation Congresa will bo held In
Portland on Thursday. Friday and
Saturday of noxt weak. Delogatea
from Control Grown to tho number
of 100 nro expected to be in attend
ance, tho varloun commercial bodio
and Irrigation companies In both
Crook and Jerforson counties having
aoloccd representatives nt recent
As waa tho case last year tho lar
gest slnglo delegation Is expocted to
go from Hend. Delegate will also go
from Deschutes, Laldlaw, Slaters,
rtodmotsd, Prlnovlllo, Culver, Madras,
nod oliowhero In tho Deschute valley
to urga tho claims of thl section for
recognition In Irrigation matter.
Arrnngemonta havo been cotnpletod
br J. T. Hardv of tho Orcson Trunk
tothRtotwo xlra lcop(raon,thn.j
night train, to Portland for tno ws
comodallon of delegates to tho con
gross and It I oxpected that all who
con got away on-that day will go
down Tuesday night In order to havo
n full day beforo tho congren to con
for nnd agrco on a program. For
tho round trip ono and a third faron
will bo charged, tho carttflcato plan
"A'HWH" OUX AflAIN.
The Prlnerilla News haa Rotten out
of It llnanelal dltlcultle and Is mak
ing 414 appmrauee Hpm unw uiv
option "MletHfermed" It aays In a
recent Iwue' "Several pnpera. evi
dently prompted by a 'bum ateer' Iet
week published a statotaont to the
effoet that Mrs. Minn Kennedy had
taken over the News nnd would look
after Ita future destiny. Tho party
mentioned was not in lawful posses
sion of Tho Nowa nnd wo desire own
friend to keow that Mrs. Kennedy
has no interest or uen upon tins piaut,
In guy mnnnor. Her flnanclnl clalma.
have been fully satisfied nnd her re
celpt 1 Iu our posaession.
Benb 4ifDpbvare ,(o,
"THIJ C0MPAKWH.1T PUT THK v v -"
on last pago.)
DESCHUTES GENERAL STORE
I'iro Starting From Defective Flao
Tnbrts Huilding, Oirjicr Is Awny.
f Amount to Almnt $7,000,
Fire starting from e defective flue
destroyed tho genoral store building
In Deschutes last Wednesday after
noon. Only n portion of the contents
of thjNMoro was saved Including tho
mall In tbo office.
Tho property was owned by Frod
U. Ayer who purchased It early this
year nnd was situated on tho main
road opposite the railroad station and
tltnciMinlly across Trom the C. O. I.
Co. nmco building. Besides a gener
al stock of goods, tho building con
tained the Deschutes post olflco and
thoC. O. I. telephone exchange. In
tho rear and connected with It wore
quarters occupied by tho storekeeper
which wero also destroyed,
Tbo flro started about 4 o'clock
during Mr. Ayer's absence In Ked
mond, AU the mall waa takcq trom,
tho-It bllkS tuTTJftld btiTwWiiaV-
ed. It la understood that tho loss
amounts to about $7000 partlycover-
ed by Insurance. So fur ns known, no
decision has been reached as tQ re
building. The Deschutes telephono
business Is being dono through tho
C. O. I. oftlco.
A salo of fancy work was recently
held nt tho OranRo Hall for tho bono
At of the second Union ohureh. Do
nations to tho sale and for the benefli
of the church were made bv u sum
bur f business men of Hend to whom
the church has extended Ha thanks.
It bi the purM of the church to
erect a now building ns soon aa suf
ficient funds nro secured.
NHW YHAH'S KVK DANCK.
J. C Joeson and Hay Heaver are
giving a. dancq In $aUiQ0s,SaU 011 the
81st, to which ovoryono inw.c
Dancing will start nt nlBo o'clock, and
music will bo rendered by tho orches
tra of tho Dream Theatre. At 11:15
supper will bo served at tbo Amorloan
ffwAhttoY JMTCIC HtKUHiATKH.
Delegate to tho Irrigation Con
grcas hnVo boon elected by tho Des
chutes Reclamation & Irrigation Co.
(tho Swalley Ditch) n follows: C.
H, Henson, h. A. Hrandenburg, Chas.
Hwalloy, II. N. Abbott and O cor go S.
Tho Madras (tommgffraf Club ha
elcotod tho following deleptcs to the
Irrigation Congres: IF. Dlotzol,
P. W. Aahloy. Wade 8f, U 11. Irv
ing and Ilownrd W. Turner.
DHSCHUTBS, Dec. S6- Delogntoa
from th Deschutes Commercial CJlub
to tho Irrigation Congrees Were eleot
ed yesterday as follows: C. M. Hfed
flold. K. P. Madsn. A. Mehrens, F.
H. Ayre, YV A. Xannoy.
WATKK i;HKIWf DKLKOATKH.
Delegates to tho Irrigation Con
gress have been elected by the Water
Usora' Association of tho Central
Oregon Irrigation Company an fol
low Dr. P. H. Dpncor, P. J. Young,
Chnrlex W. Hooch, Karlo Itenlon and
A. O. Walker.
NEXT COUNCIL MEETING
New Jlcmbcni May Iks Sworn In Dur
ing Day Tuesday. '
Hceause of the departure) on Tues
day evening of the delegates to tho
Irrigation Congress it U planned to
hold tho first council meeting at
nlilcb them new councilman will be
sworn In some time during tho day
n Janunrr th. Under the city
charter the new councilman toko of
fice on the Tuesday after the first
Monday In January. The auggestlan
has been made that a short meeting
ahould bo hold on that day for tho
awoaring In of tho new members and
tho appointment of a recorder as pro
vided by tho charter and that all
other business bo taken up at a later
date. It ts understood that this may
As delegates to represent the city
at the Congress Mayor Miller haa ap
pointed Vernon A. Forbes, Chas. W.
Ersktne. J. A. Hastes, H. C. Kills and
DIRECT TELEPHONE LINE
Long Distance Bci-rlce to Outside
Point In Effect In Few Days.
Direct telephone service to Port
land, Beattlo, Spokane In fact all
outside points reached by long dis
tance wires -baa been established.
td will bo open to public use by the
end .oL-the .week.. . Connect ionsAwere
cotnpletod by line men who were hero'
Hitherto all long distance conver
sations have gone through tho Prlno
vlllo office of tho Pioneer Telegraph
& Telephono Company. WHlH th'p
new nrranecment service will bo dF
rcct, tho line following the railroad
lines from Hond. The long distance
wire haa beon tested out this week
and found to work perfectly. As soon
as the head office in Portland ban giv
en out the rate to apply on tho" now
service and Informed Its various
agents of them It will be opened for
mSTlMIUTUIN FHOM HKN'I).
In reporting the amount of freight
that haa been brought to Paisley
alneo April G, 1914, the statement la
mado In the Cbew&uoan Prose that
about C0.000 pounds have conio from
Hnd. Exports from Pulsloy havo
hovn mado through Lnkevlow, Klam
nVh Falls. Merri land Hend and
amount to about 3.000,000 pounds of
beot or 3000 head, 40.000 head of
sheep or 4,000.000 pounds and 1800
head of hogs or 30,000 pounds.
The First National Bank H
OF BEND, BEND.OR.EGON
V. C COE, President E. A. SATIIER, Vice- President
C. S. HUDSON, Casblor
Capital fully paid -. - 825.000
W XTklV' J Ji
Tbo public's attention is respectfully directed to the
following Important, provisions of tho npw War
Revenue Dill, oifoctlvo December 1, 1914.
NOTKH Notes must'beor stamps whoa not exceeding
J1CL0.QQ, two cents; for each additional $100.00 or
fractional part thereof In excoea of ?100.00, two
DKHDS-When the consideration or valuo of tho inter
est or property conveyed, exclusive of tho value of
any Hen or uncumhrauce thereon, exceeds $100.00
und dees not exceed $500.00. B0 coiUb; and for
eaoh additional $500,00 or fractional .part thereof
In excess of $600, 90 conta.
SIOKTOAGI'U) MortsaBoa given to Hocuro the payment
of promlhory notes aro uxompt, byt tlio notes which
such mortgages ecoure must boar the roqulra-1
amount of stamps.
CHUCKS NOT KClUKCT TO TAX For our OW uso and
the accomodation of tho Publte we have seeured u
supply of documentary stamps, Copy of laws may
be lnqiected nt our liauklng room.
1EFIRST "NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
5Sr.-aK DIRECTORS '-g
U- C. foE K. Satubu C & HuosON'
O. M. 1A1TB1PN II. C. JIJS
PR1NEV1LLE LADIES IN
Were Hetumlng From Cirrlma Pnr-
T When Car Tipped Orer-bn Orado
Xcar Town r?H Wngitcr Ser-
lo'tmly InJnrcdOtber Jn Forty
(Special (o The Bulletin.) ,r
PRINBVILLB, D-o. 26,--Four well
known Prlnovlllo women wero injur
ed, ono of them severely, when an
auto In which thoy wero coming down
Cemetery hilt about a mile north, of
town, overturned late Thursday after
noon. Thoso In tho party wero, Mrs. M.
R. Dlggs, MUs Statlra Hlggs, Xtls'.i
Claudia Wonderly, Misi Hdlth Wotr
derly and Mlsa Qoldlo Wagner. Thoy
wero returning from some Christ.
mas festivities In is. car belonging to
J. B. Wagner, the brother of tho last
named and wero rounding a corner
on tho hill nt considerable speed,
when tho accident took place. Miss
Wagner, .who was driving, received
the most serious Injuries, having her
right arm brokon In tbo shoulder
Joint and the bone badly crushed.
Of tho others la tho car, Miss Clau
dia Wonderly and Mlsa Dlggs were
sevoroly Injured about the face and
head but no bones wero broken. Mm.
Dlggs, who ts Just recovering from
an operation for appendicitis, had her
arm dislocated and waa badly shaken
up, but othorwtso uninjured. Mlsa
Edith Wonderly was unharmed.
Mlsa Hlggs Is tho secretary.of tho
county court siad Mlsa Wonderly waa
the Republican candidate lor county
clerk nt the last election. She was
to have been married to Mr. Wagner,
tho owner of the car, on Christmas
day. AH tho Injured onca aro report
ed to be Improving.
Matter Is Token to Supreme Court
From Bradsliaw Decision!
' The attorneys for tho petitioner In
the writ of rovlow caso in connection
with tho formation or Jofferson coun
ty have perfected their appeal from
Judge Dradabaw'a decision and aro
having the necessary papers printed
to bring the case before the Suprome
Court. In the ordinary eourao of
l ovonts tho argument would not bo
hoard by the Supremo Court for eeuio
six months, but it is expected that
the court will advance Otie case for
SALBM. Deo. 59. An appeal from
the decision of Judge W. h. Drad
shaw Jn uphaidfrig the count)' oourt
of Crook oounty In the case brought
by A. D. Russell, in which the jf tter
attacks tho validity of the prpcegd
tnim in calllne an election for tho
1 nurnnxn nt e.raatlnc a new COUntV of
I Jefferson haa been filed la tho bu
I promo court.
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. "Deschutes State Bahk
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