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The bend bulletin.
IIHND, 1JKHOIIUTKH COUNTY, OREGON, Till ItHIMV, APRIL Jf, 1I8
"WILL EXCISED QUOTA
BY BIG PER CENT.
tPrfxnnl Totnl In 9177,000 North
Knit of County Now Hlitiid ut
ICilMMMI Solicitor ( Htitrt
Hoon Atljiint Hitting,
Yet for Tobacco
(From Wmlnnsday's Dally.)
Although tlia jiontlriK of itin rat
ItiK lint, showing onult Individual
what ho was expected to subscribe
to ho present Liberty lonn, linn
caused most of those on tho lint to
co'iuo voluntarily forward with tholr
nubscrlpllons, there ore still u fow
who Im v n not subscribed and n fow
voses of nulincrlptlonn not In accord
unco with tilts ratings. Thn latter
nro to 'Im adjusted by tho local ox
icutlvn committee na loan uh pon
Hlulu anil solicitors nro to uttirt at
unco to too thoHO who' havo tlot yet
WJlh this fliilshml llttlo will ha loft
of thn local l.lhurty liond work be
yond computing thn totals and Boo
ing tho Hoy Scout throiiKh tholr
fthmulng activity, whlrh will officially
nd thu campaign oil ovur tho uoun
try. North I hiil Artlw.
That thu north end of thn county
liml ilnnii It full share In soiling
liouds wan reported thin morning hy
Guy E. Dohmn, who hnn had ohargo
of thai district. With n quota of
932,000. thn north mid In nearly 40
por cunt, ovor-nubucrlbed, according
to Mr. DoliMoti, and four dlntrlcts yut
remaining to hn hoard from may
tiring tho total up to CO pur coot.
Tim present 11 Kuril Is 129,300,
Tho district returns, ns reported
hy tho Redmond Hank of Commerce,
md compared with tho iiuntaN. nro
$ 2.200 $ 1,800
Toddy Tho liullotlu In solid-
ItiK .to tho' Atnnrlonn Tobacco
company tho largest chock yut
Inpayment for smokes for our
soldiers In Franco, Tho amount
In $00,70 mid with nmourit
formerly mint makoN n grand
total of 1208,75, which will "buy
830 tobacco kits.
Tho hUo of tho chock In
caused by tho patriotic action
of Mr. nod Mm. Hoy Ollson,
who worn inarrlod In puhllo and
nu admission chnrgo mado for
tho benefit of tho fund, thu nf
fair nottlni: $01.00 for tho fund.
Flvo dollars uioru camo from
tho miction of a box of apples
Klvnn to tho Mooso club for tho
purpose hy William Monro of
tho Hand Produce Co, Two of
tho contributor! nro "repeat
ers," having formorly nub
Tho lint Ih mi follows:
C. 1., McC'aulny.. ...,..$ COO
(I, I), Donovan CO
A Friend CO
IE IDENTIFIED BIG
IN COURT DOOM
.Member or lrly Who A.lt'l
Hhcrlir mi Wit int. Ktnml In Cuttle
Htrulliig Trial l)cfniM Hc-
KIiih TIiIn Afternoon.
DEAL IS MADE
CUT OP SMALL MILLS
Ituy WllkliiMm mid .lob n HtHill Form
1 X L LlUllhcr Cfl). lO 0HTJlf)
In Thin HitIIoii .WIII'IIiiIIiI
I'lmicr nt Iteml.
Mr. Hoy Ollson C1.7C
F. N. Hunter
MpOEQ Cluh ...
Mn, A. McKay
Mm. N. (1. Davis
I' r o v I ounly
Total to Onto
Lower Hrldgo ...
Redmond . . .
(Mine I'a I In, ClnvtmlulH, Northwest
Redmond and the north end of tho
Tuiunlo section are still to bo hoard
Will tin (Hit 1 .10 Per (Vm.
With thMo llguri In It In now up
imruul Hint DowhiitM county will
over-HiiliHprlbu n ittotn of $117,000
by $70,000 or morn, brlnnliiK tho
total ubnvo tho amount of tho mib
m-rlptlon to tho hbcoihI loan, whon
tho county iiuotu umi hlnhor than It
in thlii time.
Ah ahnwn hy tho latent roportn tho
Miinnorlptlnnn nro now uh follown:
ThroiiKh I.n Pino Hank $ '2,000
ThroiiKh First National C 1,700
Through Contrnl Oriyjon.. -20,000
TlirniiRli Hodmond .. 20,200
ThroiiKh .Slicivlln.Illxon ir.,100
ThrouKh HrookHcatilon . .. 24,000
TL'.MAU) !' It I i: N I) H l'KIUSl'ADi:
fOI'NTV OI'llCIAli TO (JO OUT
FOll IIKIUII!(UN NOMINATION
IN MAV 1'ltl.MAItll-S.
JURY ACCOUNTS FOR
DEATH OF S. W. BEST
(From Wodnoadny'n Dnlly.)
After u aonilon of tho coroncr'a
jury yesterday nftoruoon It wiih hold
that 8. W. Heat, found ilcnd on tho
rond from tho l'lno Troo mill Mon
lny, bad boon knocked from bin neat
when thu hlndbr on tho wiiroii hroko
Hiidjtho whootH panned ovor bin hody.
Mr,- Host leaves n wfo nud tiroo
;hlldron, who renldo In Kenwood, llo
had boon employed In hnulliiR luin
lior from thu mill.
Tho funeral will bo hold tomorrow
iiinruliiK ut 10 o'clock from Niawon
1VIONEY FROM APPLES
. GOES TO'SMOKE FUND
(From Friday's Dally.)
Auothor hooat wiih ttlvon Tho
Ilullotln'a tohacco fund yentor-
day whon tho Mooao club ttmiod
ovor $5 to imrohnso amokoa for
tho boya, This wuh ralaod from
a contest In which a box of
of apples wtiB Blvqn tho lucky
man. Tho fruit was donated hy
William iMooro, of tho Iloml
I'roduco compnuy, with tho apo
- clul nuiuoat that tho inoitoy
, rulsot tliorofrom bo (o the fund.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Aunouucomunt wns mndo this
niornliiK thnt County JuiIko Hnrnon
will lift n candidate for tho Knpub!lc
nu nomSuntlon for thn ofllce ha now
holds ut the primary elocllon In May.
DlfTorliiK from tho usual political nn
nouncoinent, tho noun wns i;1vou nut
hy Tumnlo frli'iids of the JuiIk fnl
IomIiik nu Intorvlow with him In
which ho i:uvo his oonnunt to their
placliiK his name In nomination. Ac
cording to Frwl N. Wnllaa, of tho
Tuinaln pommlttoo, JuiIko HiiruoH had
previously declined to have his namo
W. I). Ilnrncs buenmn county JuiIko
nf DotichutoH county by appointment
of (lovornnr Wlthycombo on tho for
mation of tho now county In Decem
ber, 1910. llo oamo to Tumalo In
1004, takliiK up a On my Aot ranch,
on which ho lived until ho Hold it
hint year. As tho II rnt JuiIko of tho
now county of DcnchutoH Mr. liamos
has takou nu especial Intercut In tho
development of tho roads of tho
county and also Hi koopliiK thu couu.
ty In n wood financial condition,
Miller fur CommlHtduurr.
Coincident with tho nnnouncomont
or tho Ilnrnea' candidacy, County
Commlriiilouor Miller announced him
solt n candidate for tho Hopuhllcan
nomination for county commlsalonor.
iMr, Miller hna boou a uiombor or
tho county court since February, hav
liiK boon appointed to nucceed L, 13.
Smith on tho hitter's rcalKiintlou.
lie is a resident of Hodmond, where
ho nottletl In 1010. Ilia huslnoaa in
toroHts havo boon In connection with
tho DoHchutCH Mutual Tolephnno Co.,
which ho roorKauizod and put on Its
foot, and In tho atock. shipping busi
ness with II. J. Harris. Tho first
carload of Iioks to ho aout out of
Contrnl Oregon waa ahlppod by Miller
& llarrla and laat your they ahippod
ovor $30,000 worth of stock. Mr.
Miller wan also for two yoara man
ifcor of tho Hodmond Warohuuso Co.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Introducing In ovldonca tho hldo,
head and foot of a steer which J. T.
HrniHlon, a IIIkIi Desert rancher,
clnlms was stolon from him by J. B.
Wnrnor and (i, W. Conrad, now on
trial In thn circuit court, tho attor
neys for tho stato yesterdoy nftor
uoon and this morning nttomptod to
provo tho charges nKulnst tho de
fendant. Knrly this afternoon Mr.
Warner's sldo of tho enso wns
taken up. '
H. H. Uradley, Floyd A. Howoll, C.
II. Ilarvoy, It. A Ainmons. John U.
(Infsko, Sheriff H. B. Hobcrts, Hamuol
W. Merrill, Kll Wilson, J. T. Hous
ton, Churlus Houston nnd Mrs. Allco
Nolson woro nil wltnosses called hy
tho stato, Mont of tho men arc
ranchers who took part In tho round
ing up of Warner, his non Cordon
nnd companion Conrad on Novombor
10 of Inst year, when tho nrrest wns
made. All of them told of following
Wnrnor nud Conrad when thoy drove
to tho Alknll ranch with a load of
hay, In which, they claimed, was Inter
I found thrco quartora of bcof, presum
ably from thu missing nnlmal. Whon
tho farmers asked to oxamlno tho
wagon their request wns refused.
Merrill thought tho wagon contained
a missing heifer of his own, so ho
nntinod tho sheriff. When tho sheriff
nrrlvod Wnrnor snld ho had tho moat
on tho wagon nnd showed him tho
J. T. Houston nnd others Identified
tho hldo and head exhibited as bolus
those of a ateer belonging to him.
These parts woro found on Warner's
(Continued on Pago 0.)
(From Wednesday's Dally,)
Tho most important development
In tho local lumber world slnco tho
construction of tho Hrooks-Scanlan,
tho Hbovlln-Hlxon and the Pino Trco
mills has Junt bcon made public In
thji plans of Hay Wilkinson and John
fitcldl fur tho Installation or a num
ber of small milts In this section
whoso cut will ho consolidated and
shipped from Hand. Included In tho
plan are mills hitherto operated by
Mr. Wilkinson and one or two others
now undor othor management.
Hack of the local men In tho on-
torprlso Is said to bo on unusually
strong financial and selling organiza
tion which assures tho complete suc
cess of tho undertaking.
Olio Mill .Mowil.
As so far announced, tho mills to
ho Included In tho ontorprlsc aro tho
Hod Hock mill, now In operation In
Hod Hock canyon, wost of town; tho
J. N Mnirten mill nt I.a Pino, tho
Markoll & Hranton mill at Gist, Wil
son mill, north of Sisters, tho latter
formorly located at Slstors but now
bolng moved to a location uprlver
from liond. When all aro In opera
tion a cut of over 100,000 feet a day
Is assured. Announcement of tho
plans furnishes an explanation of tho
request recently mado of tho county
court hy Mr. Wilkinson for permis
sion to uso tho river to drive logs on.
After drying, all tho cut will bo
brought into liond for planing. For
this purpono a throo or four machine
planing mill will bo built on tho slto
of tho lumbor yard noar Terminal
addition. Hetwcen 100 and ISO men'
MAKES BIG WAR
Tumalo claims tho credit for
tho biggest purohnso or War -
Savings certificates yot mado hy
ono individual In Deschutes -
county, according to Fred N.
- Wallace, who has chargo or tho
- campaign In ithat section. Tho
purchaso waa mado hy William
M. Gaskell, who took 100 or tho -
nig stamps last .month. 3Ir. --
(iaskcll's purchase cost him
$414 and on January 1, 1923,
ho will rccclvo $000 In ex-
- change. ..
An auxiliary of tho Hod Cross has
Just boon formed in tho Arnold dls
trct, oast of town, with 11 charter
momhers. Iris A. Trotter Is tho
chairman nnd Mrs. J. W. Lowell sec
retary. Tho auxiliary will meet
every other Thursday during tho
summer and every Thursday In tho
winter. Its formation followed a
visit mado to tho district by Mrs.
H. K. Iirooks In connection
Liberty loan work.
Hippodrome Filled to Overflowing
.Many Como In From Out of Town
Speakers Tell What "Homo
Folks" Must Do.
(From Monday's Daily.)
Led hy a band playing martial airs
and practically tho ontlro staff of em
ployes from tho two local mills
representing tho" Loyal Legion ot
Loggers and Lumhcrmcn, probably
2,000 pcoplo marched or rodo to tho
Hlppodromo yesterday afternoon to
attend tho Llborty loan rally and
overflow meeting. Mrs. Aloxander
Thompson, member of (he stato legis
lature rrom Tho Dalles; Private P. L.
Smith, -who was with the Canadian
Highlanders In France, and Thomas
C. Ilyan of Portland, member of tho
stato Liberty loan committee, were
tho speakora for tho occasion.
Yesterday's meeting was attended
by pcoplo rrom many nearby towns,
auto loads coming from Redmond,
Tumalo and other points. Even tho
Redmond band contributed Its serv
ices and vied with tho local orchestra
in blaring out patriotic airs. Assist
ing with music were tho girls or tho
high school glee club, a mala quartet
who sang "Liberty Rell," and Fred,
Elcht Indlctmont unrn i,..n,i nL.ucas witji a soio. "What Aro Yot
tho result or tho sosslon or tho grand lGo,nc t0 Do t0 Ho,p tho Boya?"
Jury or tho circuit court, which hoslJ' 0verturt. c"y chairman tor tho
Just been completed. Tho final ro-! ar,ve' Prea,(lea " gatncrlng. TUa
port was presented to Judgo Duffy , BPcaKors sat " piauorni beaeaui
Just beforo noon. Following aro the
BY GRAND JIM
WAHNBK AND CALDWKLL .MUST
HAt'lI FACE TWO CHAIIGHS
COUNTV OFFICIOS ARE FOUND
IN GOOD CONDITION.
(Continued on pago C)
100,000 Extra Vote Offer
. Closes this Friday Night
Complete List of Prizes
1918 five passenger Hulclc tour-
Im; car. Value $900, F. O. U.
Ono $SC 00 Vlctrola. -
Ono $70.00 Pathnphono
- $00.00 In Uohl.
Two $22.00 Eiistman Kodaks.
- Two handsome Diamond Sot
- PRIZES FOR AI.Ii.
All candidates not receiving
one of tho regular prlxOB will bo
-- paid it cash commission ot ten
por cont. of all tho monoy thoy
- collect on now and old aubscrlp-
District Number Ono
Includes All ot tho City ot Ilcnd
RUNS FOR OFFICE
(From Monday's Dnlly.)
H. M. Vnrco of UrothoiH Iuih Juat
niiuouucod his candidacy ror nomina
tion ut tho prlmnrloii for county enm
inlsBlonor on tho Hopuhllcan ticket.
Mr. Vurco hnn boon In this county
olx yoara, making his roahlonco on a
hoinostond. Ho cmno horo fioni
Michigan. ' V '
nunpalgii CloMNt May 11, 11)18
Vvru limit. City , P2.2C0
l'ratl Mlllrr. S llruatlway., 01.180
Mrs. J. M. llnulfron. Clly K9 I'll
llnrjorl Iloovrr, Clly S8.SI0
l)ly i:rlrr, 67 Hawthorne. 87,140
Ktlirl Hjiydcr. 4U9 HroaJnay 17.I1D
(H-ncvlcv MclJin-n, City . ...,,. ... 63.180
Mrnt lloud. 7S0 NcwiHrt ,.,,. 41,340
OIk Juhnon. fil IuUlmia., ,,, 41,640
Mnry Itubbanl, City,, 38,360
IMcn llownlnir, 611 Now Turk Ave.,,. 36.700
Kvilyii MurtVnl. 7AT Option Ave S4.V60
llculnh CnUvr, -8 l'lno Crrot Court,... 83,840
Alplm Inman, 737 Oiiilcn Ave,,,,,,,., 6.CC0
cases on which a trucbll! was round:
Stato vs. J. E. Warner and O. W.
Conrad, cattlo stealing; Stato vs.
J. E. Warner, mutilation or hldo;
Stato vs. Grovcr Caldwell, cattlo
stealing; Stato vs. Grovcr Caldwell,
cattlo stealing; Stato vs. D. II. Dunn,
assault with intent to kill; State vs,
' IttA tlA m rf n a. , a. ..b 4 m.aI am m m a
Tbo entire front ot tho room was
decorated with Liberty loan posters,
flags ot tho allies and Liberty belis.
I.lticrtjr a Heritage.
Mrs. Thompson was tho first
speaker on tho program. In a heart
to heart talk to the "folks at homo"
sho urged them to back tho boys in
Roso Hanson, arson; Stato vs. Fred ovory way In their powor.
Schmidt, shooting a bull; Stato vs
John Kotfman, stealing a sheep
conquer," she said. "Wo light not
ror dominion, not tor power, but for
Practically all or these were hand-1 tll r'Bhts ot humanity democracy
oil up rrom tho Justice" court. Tho tsoIt. America must prcservo her
second charge against Warner Is tho eir-reapcot. The things wo aro fight-
outgrowth of tho introduction of ,nB t0T today will bo handed down
ovldonce In tho case now on trial of t0 our children's children as a prlco-
District Number Tvo
Includoa All Torrltory Outside
tho City Limits ot fiend.
Cuiupalgit Closes May 11, 1D1H
Mary Kryrcar. flUlcra fil.JKO
Joy MoL-nnuii, Mctollu.,. ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ie.tio
Itarnlco tirant, l'rln-vlllu .,.,.,, 43,160
Mnriorlo Younir. ltclnuintl.... 30.460
r.mci lAiinr, viiino runs M.-ciO
KlnUo hturvy, toiiilne ,, S7,0h0
Florence 1'iMtyr, Devchutr....,,,,,,,, 26,140
Miirlnn lliMkina. luvr Hrltluo,.,,.,,, S'.'.ISO
Killtli Miuttii, I.npliHv,., , 2).',140
Tlcrctt Curake. Mllllrun ,,.,,,, i!2,OIO
tjorn Sly. u rin...... 22,000
ThflinH Tucker, .Silver Lake .1,600
llrutrlco 8teiliiiun, I.u l'lne,.,.,,,,, 3,000
Kmnm Drumm. Silver Iko. B.afiO
Mr. Mubel Conulley, lX-.clmti'4,,...,,s 6,000
May Ilvnn, Alfalfa ,,....,...,. 6,040
Kntbrln ItwlncM. l04cliuU' 3,020
Dura Illnnon, llolyat .,.....,,.,,. 6,000
Vvrna BlmlU, Alfalfa, ,.,.,.,,, , 6,000
Mabel Allen. Alfalfa,,,,,,,, 6,000
ltu I,oonanl, Alfalfa,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,, 6,000
Ltllte Hdtfur. Ianlne B.000
MUt Leudbettcr, Cllno Fnlla 6,0,0
For the beneilt of thoso who aro
notinblo to get to tho offlco during
busluoss hours, the campaign depart
ment of Tbo Hullotln will remain!
opon evenings until S o'clock.
Tho best special vote offor that
lll bo mado during The Ilullotln's
Hiibacrlptlon campaign will close
Krldny uvenlng at !) o'clock. During
the tlmo of this Ilboral 'offer It la
possible for any candldato In the list
to build up a tremondous vote total.
Each cluh of $20 In now or old sub
scriptions onrns n bonus of 100,000
extra votos, and Just ns aoon us you
havo turnod In enough subscriptions
to niako ono cluh eneh dollar there
after entltlca you to -1,000 oxtra
A Ktniu.c Contender.
To avail oneself of tho Ilboral spe
cial offor now in force is an excellent
moans of becoming a strong conten
der for tho illulck touring car. If not
tho actual winner, for no blggor voto
offor will bo mado later.
This tho candidates aro doing, too.
Thoy nil think this offor Is their ono
host hot, and aro going to It with a
vim. A sort of porspectlvo vlow or
tholr rapid advancement and splen
did achlovomonta gives a plcturo of
ambition, courago nnd intonalvo ap
plication nil blended Into ono.
Tho roward in atoro for thorn la
aomothlng olae to oxclto admiration.
Tho Hulclc cur la popular In tho ex
treme; its ixonernl equipment la n
composlto ot luxury, refinement and
Tlmo Is Short.
Just a few short weokB ronuUn of
thla record-breaking campaign, and
tho now candidates who havo enteral
during tho laat fow days nro mount
ing up In the voto column with such
leaps and bounds that there is no
telling whoro thoy will atop.
lho snmo applies to candidates
whoso names havo boon appearing In
tho Hat cloao to tho bottom. Many ot
a mutilated steer's hide. Doth Cald
well and Warner must faoo two
The grand Jury's report and rec
ommondatluns aro as follows:
"To Honorable J. E. J. Duffy Judgo:
"Wo. your grand Jury, duly chosen
to Investigate and roport tho various
matters that woro brought to our at
tention as u grand Jury of this coun
ty, having finished our work, beg
lonvo to submit tho following roport
As por your Instructions, wo havo
mado a thorough oxamlntalon of all
tho county orncos and find In oaoh
Instanco nlco, uoat offices, that they
nro kept and maintained In a neat
and up-to-dato manner. We havo
also examined tho Jail and find that
tho Jail Is of sufficient size, Is well
kopt, sanitary and modern In every
"Wo would rccommeud that tho
Jury should have swivel chairs with
cushions nnd n trial Jury room.
"That tho grand Jury shall havo a
room with outsldo windows and largo
enough to Insuro comfort for Jury
and witnesses and situated so as to
"R. M. SMITH,
"J. O. McKINNEY,
"S. W. MERRILL.
SCHOOL BOYS TO BE
EMPLOYED ON FARMS
(Contlnuod on last pago.)
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
In respouao to n request from tho
fedoral director of tho United States
Uoya' Working Reserve, City School
Superlutondont F. Tliordarson la
Bonding to Portland a list ot 102
names of liond hoys who might bo
available for farm work this summer,
These aro achool boya botwoen tho
ages of 10 and 21, Sonio aro will
ing to tako up agricultural occupa
tions dm lug tholr vacation and
othora havo already procurod athor
kinds of work. Tho list was sent In
"Doos any European ruler daro to
crush us now? Germany reckons
without the host a united nation.
"Does tho Kaiser forget that whllo
Amorica Is a commercial nation ho
cannot quostlon her spirit? j
"Wo havo to lick tho Kaiser and
wo havo o lick tho Kaiser to keep
him from lloklng us.
"Evory eloment In our social, busi
ness and economic llfo must bo co
ordinated to this end winning tho
war. Wo know wo aro big enough
and bravo enough to combat tho 40
years ot Gorman preparation tor this
Tho speaker paused hero In her
themo to point out tho necessity ot
observing food conservation rules,
lighting profiteers, forgetting labor
troubles In tho necessity ot tho big
ger consideration and assisting In
Red Cross work. This part of her
appeal was directed especially to the
"We cannot all of us cross the
ocean and do tho spectacular work'
sho proceeded, "Tho least wo can
do at homo is to glvo our money.
Wo cannot with good conscience aond
tho flower ot our manhood whore wo
would not send our monoy. This war
calls for three big things, money
sacrifices and lives, A government Is
not worth much unless tho pooplo at
homo support It,.
"Tho ond ot this war is tho ond
ot all war. Wo have reason to bo
proud of ourselves In this stato tor
Oregon has sent more volunteers
than any othor In tho union. We
bollovo tho sons ot Oregon huvo the
good old fighting blood in thorn and
will never stop until thoy tako tho
Star Spangled Hanner to Derllu and
mako tho Kaiser salute It,
"It Is said monoy talks. Lot it
talk to tho Kaiser until ho under
stands our money will laat until
Prusslanlsm is wiped from the faco
or tho oarth and let him know that
tho language It talks Is tho language
ot tho bayonot. Whon tho boya
como home thoy must find uu holding
tho lines bohlnd tho tronchoa beneath
the folds pt Old Glory, the flag tor
(Continued on page 4.)