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THE I1END HUIAKTIN, J1ENI), ORE., WEDNESllAV, MARCR 17)
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Every Wednesday)
GEORGE PAUIER PUTNAM
noijnnr W. SAWYER
An Independent newspaper stand
Ing Tor tho squaro deal, clean busi
ness, clean politics and tho best In
I crests of llend and Control Oregon.
una year J1.B0
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Mako all checks and orders pay
nblo to llend Uullutln.
has shown n phcnomjnnl growth In,
pioductlon, having' Increased In val
ue from ler.s than three million dol
I first tn SlR.42R.OnO. Poultry htiH nl.
so shown n largo Increaso In produc
tion: nnd tho production of clover
seed lino grown from practically no
thing to a crop valued at two million
Perhaps the moat notable valuo of
tho Experiment Station work has
been Kb Influence for better agricul
tural nnd horticultural practices
throughout the state. Including Its
Influence for better methods of
handling llvo stock, especially the
growing and fattening of swine.
"The demonstration work of tho
Station, showing Improved methods
of mi Isturo conservation, has been
worth millions of dollnrs to tho far
tlon for efllcloncy o can demon
strate tho beat mcthoaa of rabbit ex
termination) and tho continuance of
tho good work can be assured) along
proper lines, either at county or In
It Is to be hoped, therefore, that
our Crook county court will see fit
to take tho matter up, and that the
smnll appropriation necessary will bo
made. Tho plan Is a good one, nnd
If the Stnto Is ready to help us, wo
should be willing to help ourselves.
Onion Bets, 10 cents a
Skuso Hnrdnaro Co. Adv.
COUNTY ADOPTS SYSTEM
mors In tho drlor sections of
state Thoso demonstrations, in fact,
have shown Mint lean years may bo
largely avcitcd In dry-rarmlng dls
On the Bowling
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1915.
The secret of commercial success
Is efficient management, and elllclont
management Is founded upon tho In
dividual efficiency of the hitmnn units
Involved. So, In the Until ntinlynlH
there can be no real community ef
ficiency unless the component parts
Involved uro elllclont.
Not only tho prolltnhlo operation
of the commercial enterprise depends
upon efllcloncy; tho micccas of ench
Individual employee la based solely
upon his own pursonnl olllclcncy.
Therefore, who n opportunities nro
afforded for monsurlng our Individ
mil elllcloucy, with a view toward bet
terment, they are worth regarding.
The most Interesting project of
tho kind wo have encountered Is con
tained in n "personal olllclcncy test"
recently sent to employees of tho
Union Pacific rnllwny, designed not
for ofllclnl record but simply no un
nld for the Individual In approving
nnd cataloguing his efllcloncy.
Ench employee recolvcd n blank
with tho thirty iiucstloiiB which nro
reprinted horo. Ho was nsked to an
swer ench iiuestlon with n number
between zero nnd 100 which express
ed his honest opinion of his degree
of, ussurnnce. Then by adding fhu
percentages and dividing by 30, tho
approximate grndo of efllcloncy of
tho Individual Is arrived at.
Kor our own Information nnd wel
fare wo nil of us may profitably set
down answers to the queries, nnd
then try to strengthen tho weak
Hern am the questions:
Do you like your woik7 llavo jou
learned the best, quickest and eas
iest way of doing It? Aro you thor
oughly Informed on sclontlllc ninn-
ngoinent? Do you know where jour
greatest power Most llavo you n
llxed goal, In lino with our supremo
talent? Do ou hollovu absolutely
tn jjiur own future? Are you tn per
fort health? Have ou learned how
to,ge,t well nnd keep well? Can yqu
be optimistic, under all circum
stances? Do you innllro which of
jour habits, thoughts or emotions
miiko you luellUieut? llavo sou made
mi Inventory of your iiionlnl nnd
niornl traits? Aro you correcting
your ov.ii wenkuowi; mental, ll'inn
I'lul, hocIiiI or Hplrltunl? Have you
dUKiovarod which foods, baths mil o-
eieUo Inonmmi our onorgv mid
heliiliton oiir mentality? Do you
breathe deeply nnd hold nil uiect
posture? 1h your rloep long and
drontnloHa nnd refioahliiK, with your
alcopliig-ronin perfectly ventilated?
Do you drink three plutn of purn
water dally'' Do you eat slowly, mod.
(irately, rogulnrly? Is nil vour cloth
ing made loose, to r.llow blood nnd
uerviw free play ? Aro you Independ
ent, fonrlcpH, positive? Aro you tact
ful, cautious, com loony.' Have you
aaeureu tho boat poselhU rdvlsira
nild nssoclnliw? Aro all your co
worker ongur In help maWi vour
pUns u miccemi? Do you wish our
rival well nnd never spunk III of
thttm? Do you work harder thin any
body elae In Mm business? Have you
learned tho mdunr of pltinnliiK your
day ahead? Can you rtdax entirely
in your leteurM houra Ant you arv
! money avelamatleally? )j you
wnjoy att, music, literature, nnd the
iimwnet) of little children Don
your highest ambition Inrluilu wimo
I'P TO THE COUNTY.
As Governor Wlthycombo points
out, It Is highly desirable that coun
ties east of Mm mountains tnko ad
vantage of the now Inw which pro
vides that tho Stnto will sharo tho
expenso of exterminating rabbits If
the county will co-operato. It Is n
wIbo law, and ccrtnlnly Crook coun
ty should avail Itself of tho oppor
tunity. If Mils, or any other county will
put up $250, n similar amount will
bo forthcoming from tho stnto. Tho
combined $',00 Is then devoted to
combatting the rabbit pest, which, It
Is estimated, mny bo expected to grow
worse ns the number of coyotei do-
the Court Will Ifcie.iftcr Reunite Older
for Coeds With Hill.
(Crook County Journal.)
Tho county court has devised a
system of auditing claims that prom
ises to put Mio business of the coun
ty In better shnpu than It has over
In tho future It will bo necessary
boforo nny nrttclo Is sold to tho coun
ty for nny purpose to novo a olgned
order or requisition from an author
ized official for tho artlclo or service.
Tho syBtem which In to bo used Is
one "which has been worked out by
Commissioner Ovcrturf, nnd Jt wns
Tho concluding games In the llend
Howling League wore rolled on Cnr
modv Pros'. Allnvs Friday niKht. The
A. L. French team wen two out of
three games from tho Owl Pharmacy.
which landed them n second place.
On Friday night n banquet will be
given nt the Pilot Dutte Hotel, nt
which tho bowlers of all four teams
will partake. This banquet Is to bo
given In honor of tho Hem! lluiietin
and A. L. French tennis, by tho Owl
Pharmacy and the United Ware
house, tho two losing teams.
Standing of the Teams
Dend Uulletln ..22 14
A. L. French ... .19 17
Owl Phnrmncy . .18 IS
United Wnreh'so 10 20
Note United Warehouse
to appear In two games scheduled
with A. L. French nnd Owl Pharmacy.
Wednesday, March 10.
roadlly agreed by tho entire court Ostlund ... . . 159 181
that the system Is a good one. Carmody ... 195 190
A copy of tho original order will auptlll ....127 157
crciiBcs. while It h possible thrt tho
$500 will not accomplish tho exter
mination of tho rnbblts over a very
largo area, If this and neighboring
counties utilize tho fund nnd carry
tho work forward vigorously, It Is
fair to expect that p. big start will bo
mndo. Certnlnly, with the aid of tho
Oregon Agricultural College whoso
workors havo won a merited rcputn-
bo kept nnd turned In to tho court nt
their regular meetings nnd these to
gether with tho origlnnl order which
must po to tho court nttnehed to the
bill for morchandlso or service will
provldo n completo checking system
which will no doubt snvo tho county
thousands of dollnrs.
United Warehouse Co.-
-Adv. 2 tf.
Spencer, c . .100 149
Johnson, II. 145 144
Totals ...732 830 782
A. L. French:
Steldl 179 172 232
French, c ..109 133 147
Hunter ....194 17G 15S
Spront 102 149 190
Stover 107 175 191
Because you did not win tho first Alumi
num Set. The winner last Saturday,
Mrs. H. B. Ford, held only TWO tickets,
while some people had as many as 75.
Come in and make a 25c cash purchase
and get a ticket and you'll have a chance
of winning a set as well as1 tho person
holding 100 tickets. Remember, Satur
day, March 20th, at 3 o'clock, is the time
the second Aluminum Set will be given
away. Be sure you are there at that'
time so you can have the chance of
winning one of these handsome sets.
Agents for Standard Patterns
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE DESCHUTES STATE BANK
At llend, In tho State of Oregon, nt tho close of ImisIiichn, .Mnrcli -I, 101.".
Loans nnd discounts i , $38,185.11
Overdrafts, secured nnd unsecured ; . . . 13.00
Honda nnd warrants ... ( . 213.70
Furniture nnd. fixtures . i 2,211.42
Duo from npproved resorvo banks , 2.510.12
..... ... . .. ,..
shocks anu ouier ensn noms . . , 122.03
CubIi on hand ;. . . ' 2, SO 1,15
Expenses ." .-. 11,809.23
TOTAL .' 147,800.42
Liabilities. ' ' ' i
Capital Mock paid In $15,000.00
Undivided profits 593,03
Duo to banks nnd bankers ', 4,700.00
Individual deposits Hiibject to check 21,115.05
Demand certificates of deposit '. , 3 14.39
Tlmo coitlllcntcB of doposlt 1,113.35
Hills payable for money borrowed 5,0,00.00
STATE OF OREGON
. . :......'.. $47,5,00.42
County of Crook J ' !,
I. E. M, I.nrn, Cashlor of th'o nhovo-nniucd ilfnnk, do solomnly swear
that Mm nbovo Htiitomeut lc truo to the best or my knowledge nnd belief.
E. M. LAUA. Cnshtor.
Sulncrlbod and sworn to Jieforo mo this 13th dny of March. 1015.
MAUY Ai IIENSON. Notary Public.
, F. O. MINOIl,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Bank
In the State of Oiognn, nt the CIiim of MusIiicsn .Mai ill Ith, 11MB.
Loans nnd discounts ...-,,. , , $195, $08. 40
Overdrafts, unsecured, $1,544S 1,544.88
I'. S. bands deposited to hoc fire circulation (par valuo) 12,500.00
Othnr bonds, secuiltles, etc., owned unpledged (other than
docks), Including premiums' on sumo 10,039,10
Sulwcrlptlon to stock of Federal Iteeervo
I .mm amount unpaid 3, 13Ct.auj
UhiiMiik house, $x4.0Sz.ft7, furniture ml fixture, IR9SI.S2 .,
Other real twtute uu ued
Due (mm I'edornl lteurvo bank
Duo from approved rtweivo agents lu cent ml ttwyrvo
rltloti $ Sit. 90
Duo from approved lotorvo ugeuttf In other rutorve
Totnls .. .871 805 924
High score Steldl, 232.
High nvorago Steldl, 194.
A. L. French team won two games.
Friday, .March 11!.
A. L. Kronen:
Steldl 185 180 J55 520 173
Sprent 190 191 109 550 183
Hunter ....205 171 177 5G3 184
Lucas 155 187 109 511 170
Stover 107 175 191 533 178
Totals ...972 805 840 2077
Hauck 145 1G1 100 4CG 155
Polndextcr .158 215 138 511 170
Johnson, II .174 105 174 513 171
McKay, e ..174 141 157 472 157
Jprlnier ...201 200 ISO 587 190
Totnls ...852 888 809 2549
High score Stover, 237.
High average Springer, 190.
A. L. French won two games.
Tho A. L. French tenm holds tho
record for totnl pins, ono gnnio. 1010,
thrco games, 2700. Louis Ostlund
holds, the record totnl pins thrco
games, 04 0. Donnls Cnrmody holds
record for high score, ono gnnie, 242.
Nerval Springer holds record high
nvorago, 3G games, 193.
llclow nro tho individual averages:
Player (lames Avo.
Springer, N O. P 30
Steldl, F 30
StoVor, F 30
Carmody, U 30
Johnson. II., II 30
Cnldwoll. U. W 27
Sproat, F 1.1.
Ostlund, H 30
Estos, U. V 21
Huntor, F 30
Minor. F 0
Advertl-eincnts Inserted under this
heading at the rate of ONE CENT A
WOKD each Insertion. Cash must
nccoiupnny nil ordcis from persons
not having n regular account with
Tho Uulletln. No advertisement Ink
for less than 1" cents each Insertion.
WANTED Bull. Three fourths
lied Durham, W. D. Clark, Laldlaw,
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Inquire Mrs, O. M. Patterson,
Dend, Oregon. G2tfc
WANTED Work by tho dav. Will
do anything. Phono 141. Mrs. E.
Diif flam ImihIih ulul litnkara fntliar tluh Itmlmliul In llaplSl
roal tcrTlc to Hunmiiltv? llavo n otHitM i,ockB ud other eaah ltoms, $1308.10. frMtienal our-
grMi wv in your lire, to tway. r(imw., ,,ekli Hud cant. $ I3.0S
chaw and empowar you? xlw f ot,r national tanke
- - lawful nioiiuv ruMii u In hank:
Hpada , $S.S4t.at
l.uUHltr note , T0.90
Itotlempuau fund with I'. S. Tmaurer (Hot ntrt Utaa iwr
cHt oh elrculntton ) ,
YKVRS OK ACCOMPL1BIIMKNT.
Tb report of too O. A. C. khporl
nirnt Hiatlon. Jul tasuad. la of un
iiaui.l vn lua. Tha ravlaw of tho ool
leao' nctlvlt) In thla direction la In
ItaeK noiabla. and tba whole thing
U aapet tally Interoatlna bacauaa tha
import la tha work of JauitHt Withy
r aita. dl lector of tha atatl n for It
aara and now (lovoraor of Orvgou.
Tha report again nho.i that Ora
tion trtilv haa a "ft.ruiwr ituvernor."
1'iit In the vorv Iwat oni of tha
i Ml governor ali uiiiln land.
tioiu a .,.. mine aiuudiiolm, tha aarl
iMiHurul iicadt auit puaalbllUtaa of
The iiMwf rcvU-w of the aarloul-
tural ai'coutnUauuivnt of .tho 1
cara In uhleh Dr. Wlthvixtmho wan
u-MMiatt'il th tha rollaga la worth
raadlua Here U la
''lit !& Uiart wart tag meuibara
f tha Station staff; nt tula iwta Onw
ura fortv-tlva. lu 1!K lhara wns tho
Initio nation with Ua nva deuart
niaiila: now there nr la addltlou to
Mia Uouio station voii.l'ruuch tu
Uein and' lomu twelve eu-oporatlve
udiperlmeutal plntc. with ntno depart
tnent. "Tlvc total volua of tho nsrlcultiir
al prediirts of the Slutlii UiUS vas
leas than thirty tulllloa dSllara. WJiRu
iiiu vyini vbiiiu.ui lycmi'rviuuciB 111
1V13 was i4,uuu.g::.
Hoke. U. W.
Polndoxtor, O. P.
MoKay. O. P.
Johnson. II.. O. P.
Stoats, U. W.
Thompson, 17. W. ,
Pnlmerton, II. W. ,
Hnuck, O. P
Whltson, O. P.
Springer, C, O. P.
Dunbar. II IS
Spencer, H . . . .
auptlll, II ....
Jnnott. 17. V. . . ,
Urnndenu. U. V.
Unroll, O. P
Mcltoynolds. K. ,
Mrxuynskl. O. P.
Speck. O. P
Prlnisle. V. W. . .
Note O. P.. Owl Phnrninev.
A. L. French. II.. llond Uulletln,
V., United WarahoiiM.
FOR KENT Two 1G0 aero ranch
es, or will rent ns 4 of SO ncrcs ench.
Write to or apply nt Ten liar ranch,
5 miles east of town. 2-3 c
FOIl KENT Irrigated forty 3
miles east of Hend; greater part
cloared of brush and rock picked first
time. Will glvo rent this seaBon with
water rent paid, and two cows now
In town In exchnngo for plowing nnd
completion of rock picking. Use of
cows nftor April 1; bill of sale upon
completion of rock nicking. Shack
nnd barn on place. J. I). SIioubo. 2p
KOIl RENT Irrigated land. 80
acres In tho Powell Ilutto section. In
quire of W. M. Wilson, Hedmond
FOn RENT Second floor of Bean
building. Furnished for house keep
ing, it. j. uveriurt. itf
bred Harrod Rock eggs. $1 per it.
ting. A. C. Egnn. 2-10c
l'OR SAIjE FIvo room uungjlo
and lot in Park addition. Small
payment down, balance to suit rmr.
chaser. Inqulro Julius Kortman. Utt
FOIl SALE Woll drilling outfit
nnd hay hnler. Address JJox !,
llend, Oregon. (
FOR SALE Rhodo Island Rtd 9L
nl?f?a fnr linlptitntr tl On n antil-- m
Mrs. Robert U. Wobb. B2-3c
FOR SALE Ono full blooded Hoi
stein bull coming two years old. Two
Aberdeen Angus bulls. L. C. Rob
erts on Hums road. 2-Sp
KOR SALE 1C0 ncrcs, G miles
from llend on Hums road. 20 or 40
aero tracts or all. All level, deep
soil, no rocks and Irrigable E. A.
Knotts, Dox 225. 2-3 c
Pfin QAT.i? Ant MiiMdna mJ
brand of youner calves for sale. Es-flt
nnnlnll,, lil.11.. mill.l.ln nw t.M -Ih.1. H
'.t.(l(lj UUIIQ OUIKILflU 1UI IJCVl DIUtft.
I'rlccs nnd particulars will bo Bent
on application. Nollson & Melcnlor,
Tillamook, Oregon. !!
FOR SALE Empty flour saclti
nnd lard barrols at American Cat
TO TRADE Oil EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE Horses and mules. O.
C. Cnrdwoll. Phono Rural 43. 2-5c
FOR SALE Good sized team, har
ness, spring wagon, punranteed for
any work. Prlco v.ory reaeonnblo.
Will glvo torms. Apply S. Murasnkl.
llond, Oregon. 2tfc
KOIl SALE Kit o Indian Runner
ducks, llronro gobblor. Duck eggs.
$1 setting. White Leghorn eggs. 75
cents n setting. R. II. Voorhcos, Ken
KOR SALE Land plaster drill,
nlfnlfa cultivator. Millard Trip-lolt-
KOR SALE Settings of thorough-
T.0 TRADE Kor Dend Income
proporty, 5 acres on electric line be
tweon Oregon City nnd Portland, Un
lmprovod. Hox 225, Dend. 2tf
TO TRADE Klvo room modern
bungalow locnted In Seattle 16 tntn
utes from down town district. Value
$2500. Now rented. Will trade for
cowa or calves to tho value of $1500.
Ilnlanco long tlmo mortgngo nt 7 per
cent. Address S. R, Ilullotin. 2-3p
TO TRADE Transfer, wood aad
coal bu'slness fn Wlllnmotto taller
town. Own lnrgo born end real e
tnto, 11 horses, nil kinds of wagons
and completo equipment. Wood and
conl on hand. Will trade for stock
ranch. Address Ilullotin. 1 V
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Hunch of koys. Suitable
reward for return to Uulletln ON
flco. 1-2 c
1.0ST-niack gelding, chunky built,
weight about 950, long mnno end
tall, branded 23 high loft stifle. Noti
fy Perclvnll, Mllllcnn, Ore.. 2-3p
BOY SCOOTS ARE ACTIVE
8 llavo Itoen I'veicMni: I'mler Lender-
00 t,n of ltev. II. ('. Iliiitninrt.
With the c ml nit of warm waather
and the doing up of the roads the
Band boy scout r.re planning trlDi
I tuftd 1 - aaavtflfl dhl k- lA alt'
Ail 1A wiiiuin nun un nvcr. ah
ni ' I winter the scents, under ths leader-1
- lehtp of Rev. H. C Hartranft, have
i hAAM ti Alii In i
C. V. SILVIS
REAL ESTATE, INVESTMENTS
UAROAINS IN IRRIOATHD RANCHES
AND CITY PROPERTY
Property Handled for Non-Rcsldents
Timber Lands Bought nnd Sold
Office on Oreton St., llend, Oregon.
Capital aUMk lHvW U
I'lrruiiUHg Botaa, Uas aoMHint Ml.Jhaiul an 4 In TrawawtT tor
r 'ilewupttou or It trauall,
Deuia- id ilMtoalts:
IndtvldHal datwaUa nuhjoct tu oJie; $17l,la.
CertlfleHttN) of dapaslt t(H lu I9M than l dya lftO.00
t'arttttad cheek IS 1.08
Caahler'8 ehaeica oaUtamllHC S.440.06 175.00t.2U
t'artttlaatw of dwpoalt due an or after SO daya . , $S,000.06 SJ. 000,01
Nottm and ullU redlsooiinloil , 5(,3f .16
CouiiU -f Crook
1. C.'S, lludaun, Cashier o( tha nhova-uattiad hank, do solemnly swear
that tint above stnt-uoat ll ttu4 to thu bet of my Inovvledgo and belief.
M as, HUDSON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn jo before mo Mils 11th day of March, 1915.
.,--- s j. ,. B.sTEs, .Notary Public
' U. U. 1.UK,
; h.jO. eulis.
e. a. sather. ,
been holdinc weeklv meetlnga nt the
Preab)tarian church dolnj Indoor
aeout worK. knot tvmg and aaaretaea
and are now ready fir tha sat doors.
The boya are divided Into two pa
trola. the Hoot 01 and tha Wolf.
memherehtp being cs followa.
Name of patrol. Wolf. IHitrol
lander. Klovd Revnolda. Aaalatant
patrol leader Kditl Urogtarhous.
Seeiltii: Qall Ulaklay. Dale Klkla.
Calvin Smith. 0rr White. Daluiar
Vou. Kmll Ienkle.
Nam of patrol. Hoot Owl. Patrol
lele. I.eater Lniidra. Applicant i
Mtroi la1er. Srenrer Rlvaa. Sesnta:
Robert Kord. Ral"h Hawk, "rej
Miuey, tvaoueii Tnomuaon. Ilovd
Hlaklev. Francis Matchet.. Uaclari.
tVl: Ralph Haner. Frank Haner, C
ell rrencn. Morla Hoover, Arthur
Johnson, Arthur Harris.
F1S1UNO mt(!l.S APRIL 1.
The, fishing season opens on April
1. According to Clyde MeKnv. ilia.
J trlrt deputy game warden, anglers
aro reporieu as being on tho river
already and h.e warns that they mutt
wait for the opening of the season
or be arreated for violation of Mw
EFERRING to policy holders in the
Horticultural Fire. Relief Association,
tho Merchant's Mutual Fire Assurance
Association and the Pacific Home Mutual Fire
Insurance Company, State Insurance Com
missioner Wells is quoted in the Oregon
Journal of March 1 as saying.that immediate
steps should be taken to protect them
"and warn those who hold in
surance in these companies to
secure new insurance."
Get your new insurance m Corapaaifs
that are responsible, through
THE BEND INSIJR ANCE AGENCY