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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BUND, ORK00N, WKDNKSDAV, OCT. .,, 19 to.
D. I. 8 P. GO.
COURT RULGS AGAINST THE
.-ig unuvr itovnui uruvr i kc
Plsca and RorjtanlJtallon Will
Proceed ai llefora Agreed
Upon with Creditors .
Portland, Or., Oct. 5. Judge
Bean, or the United States court,
has decided the Intervention suits
of R. S. Howard and A. M. Drake,
in the matter of the insolvency of
the Deschutes Irrigation & Power
Co., against the Interveners. On
every point in the controversy the
court rules In favor of the company.
The sale under decree of forccloi
ure previously made takes place
today and the reorganization of the
company, it is announced, will pro
ceed according to the arrangement
made before the intervention suits
BIQ FISH IN M1LKHOUSE
Dan HeUInc Brings Story from Me
Laidlaw, Or., Oct. yVtu Illilnn,
who live on the Mctotut but It In Labi
Uw for the winter In order to school til
children, brought Into town few day
ajjo a Dolly Var.len trout weljihlnR n)i
pound that he caui(hl In hit uillkhoute
at&Iclolut. Mr. Homer took a photo
o( the 0th for newcomer to ue and
comment on. Some of them with they
had a mllkhouM on the Mctolttt,
Who tayi tbti U a cold country? We
pt oer tbe rlter on October I and
gathered a bouquet of wild flower.
Kcv. J. It. You! of Union, Oregon,
roli.lonarr avaogelltt of the Prctbyte
ilau church, met with the people ol
Laidlaw Monday -renin In the church.
Ill manhood, earnettnea and teal pro
claimed hit mlttlon.
Mr, Trahan, who told part of hla land
holding last tprlug In Cloverdate, aud
pent the, time tlnce In Canada and
Minnesota, ba returned to the old
tamping ground, glad to get back to a
R. O. Sturgeon and family vlilted at
Prlnevllle over Sunday.
J. M. Slry had the tnlifortune to lotc a
valuable liorte lait Sunday night
Camt: Stoppage of Inlttlinct.
The Ice Company I making Improve
mentt to It plant, ready for cutting Ice
when the day grow cold.
W. P. Myera and family tpent a few
The Basic Problem
THE GREATEST OF ALL PROB
LEMSTO THE GENERAL PUB
LIC IS THE BREAD
AND BUTTER PROBLEM
NDUSTRY alone will not
problem; but II one lay
until, irom tne iruit 01 m inuuttry, tic ntt touiut
the solution of this problem. To the man with a bank
account opportunity trite, which would othcrwlio be
beyond hit reach. You have often heard a man tay, that
were It not for hi family retpontlhlllty he would do thl
or that. With a bank balance to hit credit the bread and
butter problem I solved for the prctent, and lie I there-
: able to make It a let Important problem hi the future.
The Deschutes .
Banking & Trust Company
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
I.. II. IMIRD, Pre. J. W. MASTURS, Vice Pre.
M, G. COB, Cathler.
day nt Cloverdnle vUllliig 8. II. Davli,
father of Mr. Myers.
J, P, Ilantcn hat moved hit hoiuchoM
good to Hedtiiond where he cxct to
tetiile till winter.
W. P. Myers and family left 1'il.lay
for their new home at Cutter,
J. it. Couch and Mr. Peterson have
gone to the Metulu to fith and hunt,
Women Raid a Blind I'lg
The Silver Lake Leader says
that 11 (lor.cn prominent women of
Paisley, ".whose standing and verac
ity cannot he questioned," raided n
"blind pig" on primary election
dav. said unfortunate nundrtined
being the near beer emporium of
w. k. aicuiii. Tiicy loumi mo
Cnll 111 the net of filllnv 1111 n bottle
from a jug of whiskey nud took in
to their nOtaeMloii some of the
stuff. luclileutnlly it is put up to
the .Sheriff to rxnl.ilii wliv lit 1II1I
not serve three Ki.bt,ociias put into
ills iinmls lust May, involving Hie
gat selling of liquor in Paisley.
Mare Mothers Young Antelope.
Oscar Peterson and Lester Men-
car, who returned last week from
railroad location work with Hn
glucer Staccr, report that at a re
cent round-tip of horses for Bill
Brown, at the Narrows, one of the
brood mares was found to be suck
ling a good-sized young antelope.
The antelope was somewhat wary
aud ran away on the approach of
men, and the marc ran after the
youngster, whinnying and giving
every evidence of motherly devo
At 9 o'clock on the morning of
Oct. 3, at the home of tbe bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O
watigh, seven miles cast of Bend,
Mrs. Pearl A. Cooper and Orvillc
C. Cardwell. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. J. Anthony
Michcll, and was followed by n
bountiful repast. The new home
will be established at the ranch of
Mr. Cardwell, seven tulles north-
cast of Bend.
The young people have gone for
a visit in Portland before settling
down in their new home.
WILLIS S. DUNIWAY, REPUBLICAN
NO.HINUUFOR STATU PRINTER.
solve the bread and butter
by aoiuetulng, however
SELLER AND HUYER PINED
FOR VIOLATING LAW.
Indian Sent to Jail but Pino of 530
Subsequently Paid Purchaser of
Meat Pays $50 Cath-An-
other Case Pending.
Traffic In venison received u set
back In Bend within the past week.
Last Thursday morning Deputy
Came Warden S. G. Dorris swore
to an information before Justice
Lawrence that John Doc, Indian,
had sold some venison. Warruut
was duly issued und Deputy Sher
iff Dick Vondcvcrt nrrcslcd and
brought Into court the offender,
who proved to be Jake Culp, a
wealthy Indian from Warm Spring
Reservation, He pleaded guilty to
the charge and was fined 50, aud in
default of payment was committed
to the county jail for a txriod of one
dav for cacti dollar or hue remain-
.-"... A .
ng unpaid, as tbe law provides.
Then Deputy Dorris tbe same
day filed information against II. J.
I.gglcston, who bought venison
of Culp. He plso pleaded guilty
and was fined $50, which he paid.
Dorris had scled the venison thus
bought and held it for evidence.
After the case was dlipo-ed of the
meat was restored to Egglcston.
Monday morning II. J. Kgglcs-
ton filed information charging C,
A. Chapman with buying venison
of the Indian on the same day the
other offenses were committed.
On being arraigned the defendant
pleaded not guilty. Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Duffcy requested
continuance, owing to the ab
sence of a material witness aud
the request was granted, for one
day. Yesterday another continu
ance was granted, over tbe protest
of defense, the defendant having
been released on his owu recog
nizance. School Notes.
Both the boys .and girls of the
Bend High School have organized
Marion and Bessie Smith, also
Lester Smith, have entered the
The directors of the Bend schools
have bought dictionaries for the
Fourth, Filth and Sixth grades.
Calvin Smith has been enrolled
in tbe Fifth grade.
There has been no case of tardi
ness in the Fifth aud Sixth grades
for two weeks.
In n recent meeting of the teach
ers a fire drill was decided upon
Tbiy will soon prepare a system of
Willie Linstcr has entered the
Rough and Dressed
ALL SIZES OF
DOORS and WINDOWS
"REX FLINTKOTE" AND "A1IKADO"
I DEADENING FELT AND
16-IN. SLAB WOOD
Delivered In Bend d-j pa
Per Cord ..,".. ." TKJ.O v
Oct Your Winter's Supply,
Pilot Butte Development Co.
W CANAL DO
WATER NOW flOINd THROUaii
THE ARNOLD DITCH.
After Six Years' Effort this Important
Enterprise will Water 3000 New
Acres for Crops Next Season
In Itend Vicinity.
Last Saturday night water flowed
down the Arnold Irrigation Com
pany's canal to the Silver Lake
road in sufficient quantity to irri
gate land. For about six years
work hns been prosecuted on this
enterprise more or less intermit
tently nud now for the first time
walcr sufficient for practical use is
flowing there. Water rights for
6000 acres under this ditch are now
outstanding, about half ol which
will rnisc irrigated crops next year
for the first time. More than fcjo,.
000 have been spent on this project.
For the first two or three years
the shareholders alone worked
away 011 the flume and ditch. The
original flume was found to run
uphill in parts after considcrablc'of
it had been built. The first en
gineering work, by II. W. Reed,
was found to hi very defective
and water coulU not be gotten out
to land as expected, and the affairs,
of the compauy languished for
months. Then L. DWicst became
interested in the project and en
tered into contract whereby he was
to render professional service in ex
tricating the concern from its dif
ficulties. A reorganization was, ef
fected and last spring the serious
work of building a system that
would actually water the land was
Since last April Kuginecr George
S. Young has had charge of con
struction work aud has put in
hcadworks with gates as feet wide,
built a flume is lect wide for a dis
tance of 5500 feet and dug about
3000 feet of new ditch which takes
the place of an old flume. Tbe
flume is of extra heavy construc
tion and cost f 17,000. To take all
tbe water the flume can deliver,
that is for 13,000 acres of land,
will require the enlargement of part
of the old canal at a cost of $.1000
to $3000. But there is no immedi
ate necessity of this, the present
works being more than sufficient
in size to carry for all water rights
sold. However, it is the intention
of the company to complete the cu
largemeut of tbe cuual in the near
The Arnold Irrigation Com
pany's system ends at the Silver
Lake road, where the canal de
bouches into two laterals known as
.!.. X7a.,I. Int.rnt mut fit Plflt-
Dnrt n.it1 fti.tn.wt til. twri llt41ll I
4uii.ah ..M.IM., W....VM J " .
iury companies. The first named
lateral will serve about 3000 acres
about Bend and the latter about
10,000 acres lying south and south
east of Bend' Construction work
has been carried on In 1909-10 on
botli these laterals. The North Iat
eral will be finished by November 1
aud the other some time next year
In the spring of 1907 the stock
01 me Arnold irrigation Co. was
worthless the works were no
where near completed and funds
were exhausted. Now a share of
stock carrying water right for too
acres ts worth f, 1 000. That is, the
water right for an acre under this
system now cost (to. The com
pany is in n solvent condition and
the officers say it will be out of
debt by January 1. The costs of
maintaining the works will be
trifling, probably not exceeding 35
cents an acre annually.
Bend Weather for September.
Following is the temperature
record for Bend for the month of
September, as recorded by E L
Kirk, co-operative observer:
Maximum 81 degrees.
Minimum 30 degrees.
Precipitation .86 inches.
Remarks: It is reported by old
settlers that less snow was to be
seen on the Three Sisters mountains
the last of September than at any
thnc within the past 30 years.
Gust Bartman returned from
Portland last Sunday and has en
tered upon tbe construction of a
building on Wall street to be oc
cupied by J I. J. Eggleston's har
ness and implement store.
H. W. LAFFERTY, REPUBLICAN
NOMINEE FOR REPRESEN
TATIVE IN CONQRESS.
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The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. 00E, PrttltUnt I. A. 8ATHCR. Vice Pratldtnt
0. 8. HUDSON. Oathlr
Oapllal rulrr paid ... S2 6.0OO
W....III.. .... . VtJiWA.
WHILE you are preparing for
winter, don't neglect to make
provisiou forunforseen needs.
A good, Bank account means food,
fuel and clothing and necessities iu
case of sickness or loss of employment.
Start this week to lay away enough
to tide you over comfortably.
Always glad to see you at this
U. C, CO , A. SATtirR C. 3, HUDSON
K. V, SMITH II. C. KI.US
PROVISION FOR ACCOMODATE
INQ MANY FAMIUES.
One Putting Up Four Modern Apart-
ments, Another Three Cottages,
Several Others Have Started
on New Structures.
Harry A. Miller has bought of
the Townsite- Company lots 4, ",
and 6 of block 2, Lava Road Addi
tion, being on the south side of
Kentucky street southerly from
Oliver Johnson's. He will build
there at once three modern five-
room cottaees. each to be 36x10
feet on the ground. Carpenters
have been hired and construction
will begin next Monday morning
if tbe lumber can be obtained so
soon. One of the co Usees is at. '
ready rented and there is no doubt
that the others will be taken hv
tbe time they are ready to occupy.
Mrs. Waite's four-room SwIm
cottaee on Tumalo street i en.
closed and ready for the"roof. It
ts aa icet square on tbe ground.
Unless unexpected delay occurs in
the delivery of the lumber this cot
tace will be finished within 10
Frank Mav is exravitimr 9
basement and has part of the lum-
dct on tbe ground lor an apartment
hoUSC on his lot on Rand freft
near 0';io. The building will be
45x53 teet, two stories, and will
contain four apartments, each hav
ine five rooms and bath. Th!
structure will be completed within
00 a ays.
Millard Trinletrr has a niw rot.
tage on tbe rear end of bis residence
lot, next Linster's Hall, well aloqg
toward completion. It is 34x26
feet, contains four rooms and is ex-
pected to be ready to occupy in two
Creed Trinlett is buildinr? n six-'
room bungalow on bis lot on the
north side of Ohio street between
Bond aud Lava Road. It is 26x16
feet on the ground. Probably it
will be ready to occupy early in
George Brosterbous is putting up
a building on the north side.of Or
egon street adjoining M. , Lat.
tin's office. It is 20x30 feet and
will be used tor the express office
of the Cornet Stage & Stable Co ,
of which Mr. Scott will have
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