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THE BEND BULLETIN
flBND, ORHOON, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1910.
fi. II. BUILDS FAST
O.T.L. DUB AT CROOKED RIV
Laying Ralls at data of One and a
Halt Mile Daily-Completed to
Item) Itarly In tVII Local
Work Almott Dong.
Rolls will be laid on the Oregon
Trunk Hue us for air Crooked Klvei
by Christmas, nud the road will be
completed to llcud early In 191 1,
In the substance of statement made
lnt week by General Muuugcr
81 inllea of track are now down and
with tht present force employed aUiul
one and a lull mile of mill it being laid
There Ii sufficient material on the
ground at present to complete truck lay.
Iiik to Crooked River. At Crooked Klv.
rr wotk will be delayed on account of
the deep canyon and ft will be necessary
to build a bridge at that jwlnt before
laying of tracka can I begun between
there and llend, a dUtancc of 1$ tulle.
"Wluv our plan perfected foriiros
cuung trscKiayiugon tiicuregon i rutin
and we expect to have the entire dl
taricc to llend covered and the road com
plated by the early url of next year,"
ld General Maunder Kyle, "we are
Wring rail at Ilia rate of one and a half
mile a day and we will Increase our
force Immediately o that we can covet
two mile dally. We are autlou to
open up the road a quickly aa possible."
Nothing was given out concern
lug the opening up of conjunction
cither southward or southeasward
Bryan & Youngstrotn now have
about 140 men working ou their
stretch of the grade. Practically,
three-fourths of the grade work la
completed for six miles north of
town. Mr. Bryan who returned
f otn Spokane last week say that he
expects to be entirely "cleaned up"
by February first.
Will Ufltcrtata Soon-Pay Shelf I
4 Now Book Scheme.
The Bend Library is now thor
oughly at home in its new quarters
on Wall Street opposite The Hullo
tin building, and Librarian WiUou
reports the a flairs of the organlia
lion In the best of shape.
The library's share of the pro
cceds of William Wilder' enter
tainment was $3 35. It is the in
tention to give an entertainment at
an early date to raise funds, to con
slst of vaudeville, music, singing
etc., this to be followed by dancing
and refreshment;. A plau recently
Inaugurated (s that of the "Pay
Shelf." For this shelf will be pur
chased many of the very latest pub
licatlons, and a charge, of 3 cents a
day will be made for the use of
books thereon. It is understood
that an effort is being made :owordtt
the construction of a sidewalk to
the new building. A score of new
books arrive this week, and a new
The Basic Problem
THE GREATEST OP ALL PROB
LEMS TO THE OENERAL PUB
LIC IS THE BREAD
AND BUTTER PROBLEM
frNI)USTRV alone will lint
problem; but if one lay by something, however
tmall. from the frulta of hla Industry, ho lini fmiml
the solution of thl problem, To the man with a bank,
account opportunity arlie, which would otherwlie I
beyond hi reach. You have often beard a man mv, that
were It not for III family rcipouilbtllty he would do thl
or that. With a bank Iwlaure to hi credit the bread and
butter problem I olvedfor the preieul, nud ho I there
fore able to make It a leu important problem lu the future,
Banking & Trust Company
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
I D..11AIKI), Pre. J.
M", O. COH,
batch of titles from the stntc trav
eling llbrnry is expected soon.
The following arc the titles of
the new books:
At the Mercy of Tllxrlu, Augusta
Itvani; Lei Miserable, Hugo 1 vol
time): Iniufellow's I'oem, Tenyon'
Poems; Kl-lc Turner, O. V Ilulmts;
Hint Violin, jeile I'atherglll; Marble
I'auii, Hawthorne, Treasure Island,
it, L. Stevenson; Scarlet Letter, I law
lliorue; John Halifax, Gentlemen Mu!
ockj Vanity Pair, Thackery.
DITCH IS ENLARGED.
Crew (Joe to Work on the Swalley
, Work linn commenced upon the
enlargement of the Swalley Ditch,
and n cutnp has been established ut
the old Collin's plucc on the river
some two miles below Bend.
The flume, completed some
months ago, which leads water from
the Deschutes a tulle below town,
now has a capacity of 10,000 inches
of water. The ditch has not so
great a capacity, and the present
working force, under the direction
of Charles Swalley, will enlarge nil
the main ditch so that it will have
the name carrying capacity as has
the flume. It is understood that n
miles of ditch will be enlarged, and
considerable work done on laterals.
The ditch when completed will
be ao feel wide at bottom and 35
feet on top. It will carry water for
the Irrigation of 7,000 acres
About so men will be on the work
and several teams. All the labor
will be contributed by the share
holders In the company.
INSURANCE MEN HERE
Seo Bright Field In (lend In Favor of
Wm. M Patterson of the Union
Insurance Co. of London, ling., and
Walter P. Porcf, representing the
Clark'Kutgur Insurance Co. of
New York, have bceu in Bend
looking over the insurance field,
particularly with an eye to the exist
ing rates. M. S. Lattin, who had
much to do with the visitors, re
port that they expressed themselves
freely, saying that this seemed to
them the best insurance field they
knew of in the Northwest.
"They seemed to tbluk our in
surance rates a little higher than
justified," said Mr. Uttin. "And
say they will so report to the under
writers." LIME LOOKS LIKELY.
Test of New Product Shows Up Fine
A. II. Horn has just found a
very high grade lime. Just where
It come from as yet cannot be
stated further than that it was sent
In from the Bear Creek couutry.
The specimens sent in, immediately
burned up, making a splendid
quality of pure lime. Mr. Horn
has given the sample a thorough
testing, obtaining a plaster both of
very fine character and great dura
bility. More extensive tests will
be made in the near future, ond
steps will be taken towards the de
velopment ot the find.
solve the bread and butler
V. MA8TKRS, Vice Pre.
PROMISES TO FIND RECORD
Personell of Jury which Thus Par lias
Brought In Nineteen True Bills
Many Liquor CasesWest
Wins Collection Action.
PMNItVILLK, Ore., Oct. 19. Up
to yestcrduy eveniug the croud jury
hud brought in 19 indictments. Up
to noon todqy it was impossible to
get information concerning these,
nothing being given out uutil the
warrants were served, A man this
moruiug was sent to Redmond to
serve warrants. It is understood
most of the cases hinged ou the il
legal selling of liquor,
The gruud jury consists of jthe
following: J. P. Kobinson, Mad
ras, S C. Caldwell, Bend, J. K.
Couch, I.aldlaw, Preston Dunham,
Bear Creek, E. E. Olllcnwatcr,
Post, h. U. Black, Ashwood, W.J.
Judging by the start they have
made this will be a record grand
Yesterday the case of J. P. Tay
lor vs, J. I. West, an appeal from
decision of the county court to col
lect note, was decided in West's
favor. The cac of llcnry l.uihter
vs. K. J. Overturf, a suit for dam
ages on grounds of misrepresenta
tion in the sale of real estute, was
put over autil the May terra. In
the case of Jennie Puller vs. Des
chutes Realty Co n demurrer was
filed by the defendant, and the case
Is now under advice. The cae of
Wcnandy vs. Wimcr comes up to
day. The case of C. Sum Smith
vs. It. B. Maddux was dismissed,
Other circuit court cases of local
interest, to be tried at this term,
T. J. Ludlow v Richard King, action
for fynu damage because of arrest o(
plaintiff ou warrant of defendant in
April of thl year.
I'. C. Kowlee v. Z. T. McClav et. al
tult for deed to property lu Kcduioud.
A. II. Horn v. I'rcd A. ltunuell. ault
C C Trlplett v. Oregon Trunk Rail
way, action to preterit railway from
building In part of towntite of Lytic.
Ithret llro. vs. l'.C Kowlre. uit to
It I understood the J. II. Wenandv
divorce tuit may not be brought up be-
lore me court.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Pred Wicse on Octuber loth, 8W
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Grimes on October 12, weight 8
Three typhoid cases from the
railroad camps ate progressing well.
Pictro Nazzoroti, a railroad
worker, had the second finger on
his tight hand amputated us the
result of an accident.
Rough and Dressed
ALL SIZES OF
DOORS and WINDOWS
"REX FLINTKOTE" AND "MIKADO"
I DEADENING FELT AND
16-IN. SLAB WOOD
Delivered hi Bend
Per Cord , . , . , .
Oct Your Winter's Supply.
Pilot Butte Development Co.
BEND GETS W
TOMORROW "BEND DAY" AT
(land and Mooiters In Many Autos
Lead Migration to I'lncvlllo for
lilg f)ay of pAi Many
Tomorrow Is to be Bend Day at
the Crook County Pair ot Prine
vllle. Originally, Bend was to
have Priday, but Thursday has
been found more convenient for oil
The Bend Bnnd will go over
early Thursday morning, probably
returning Friday. The lair man
agement, it is understood, pays the
expenses of the band boys nnd nlso
cares for chatilTcur'H pay, A dozen
local auto owners generously hate
agreed to contribute their cars,
winch will take the band and
friends to the county scat, all (cars
and passengers) bearing Bend
badges mid streamers. All the
Bend teachers already are in Prine
ville. It is the intention to make
this day tile bigeeat and most en
thusiastic of all the fair, and the
Bend boosters, to judge from the
way they arc taking hold of the
scheme, certainly will make things
Secretary Pox, directing the fair,
says that the Bend Day program is
the best of the week. A big
basketball game in the morning
will be followed by a 5-mile mar
athon race a unique feature in
llnse parts. Three good horse
races in the afternoon, with a num
ber of other features and music
by the Bend Baud. Priday will be
Up to vestcrday evening it was
known that nutos owned by the fol
lowing would go over; P. V.
Smith, A C I.ucas, W. II. Stoat,,
Merrill & Wilkinson (2 cars) Ccn
tral Oregon Realty Co., J. N.
Hunter, Henry Liustcr and Creed
LOOKS OVER INTERIOR
a. N.'s Agricultural Expert Visits
Hend on Central Oregon Tour.
Prof Thomas Shaw was in B.nd
over Saturday night, having come
by way jf Priueville and Redmond
from Harney county, where he
commenced his tour at Vale. He
is collecting data relative to the ag
ricultural opportunities and needs
of the various sections, with a view
to the production of bigger and
belter crops by scientfic methods of
cultivation and the .selection of va
rieties best adapted to the climat
ic.t I and boil conditions. With him
is his .son and W. P. Davidson,
president of the Oregon and Wash
ington Colonization Co.
I'rof. Shaw's visit was unex
pected, nnd while it wus particu
larly desired that he see all the ad-
jaccnt country it was impossible
10 accomplish this during his brief
stay of one nleht. A probable ul
timate outcome of the trio will be
the establishment of a number of
experiment ond demonstration
farms in the country to be opened
up by the new Hill roads. Prom
Bend the party proceeded to Klam
FIRE AT SHAN1K0.
Early Morning Blaze Kills One end
One life was lost in a fire
which occurred early on the morn
ing of October 14th at Shaniko.
Hardy I'atton, s the name of the
The blaze is believed to linve
started from nil overturned limn in
the Central Lodging House. It
destroyed that building, the Call-
mrnia wine uousr, woinage s
barber thnn. Silvnrfnntk Xr Hrnw,
der's saloon, Reception Restaurant
ana me Wilson drugstore. The
loss is estimated at $12,000, half
covered by insurance.
BENSON HOME BURNED
Nothing Saved when Settler's itoust
Ooes Up In Smoke.
The house of Willis P. Benson
was totally destroyed by fire Mon
day afternoon at 3:30 Mr. Ben
son and his daughter, Miss Mary
P. Benson, both of whom were
present at the time of the fire,
saved little except the clothes on
their backs. It is understood the
fire came from a stove pipe which
ignited the roof.
Mr. Benson occupies an Irrigated
"80" 4 miles east on the Prine
ville road. The barn was saved.
OLD PIONEER DIES.
V. II. Caldwell, California! Forty
Nlncr, Ooes to Reat.
The death of W. H. Caldwell oc
cured at Bend on October 15,. re
sulting from intestinal obstruction.
Funeral services, conducted by the
Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell, were
conducted at the grave yard at
Paulina Prairie, the home of the
deceased, on Monday, There was
a large attendanceol the deceased's
neighbors and friends.
Mr. Caldwell was 69 years of age.
He leaves behind bim a wife and
seven children, Ralph, Lee, Hu
bert and Grove at Paulina Prairie,.
Mrs J. R. Knox, of Post, Mm K
G. Rourk of Crescent and Donald
In 1847 Mr. Caldwell crossed the
plains from Missouri, nnd in '49
joined In the gold rush in Califor
nia, where lie mined most success
fully for several years. In 1882 he
moved to Pendleton, and six years
later to Walla Walla, whence he
came to Paulina Prairie five years
For Salr Luubkk We hae in one
dry aheil So.ouo feet of finlthed lumber,
all alzet ami kinds from 1 to 34 inches
in vrulth. Alsu door and window jams,
window stools, building hin)let, etc
We can make arrangements to deliver
anywhere. Send u your orders. J, K.
Masten Lumber Co., Koslaud, Ore. tf
J?J tr i?:Mv riA.:Av.Ai Hwt.m1j
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
13 Dr. U. O. OOE. Pr.ild.nt
O.8. HUDSON. Csihl.r
Capital ruirr paid aas.ooo
Burpim .... . as.ooo
WHILE you are preparing for
winter, don't neglect to make
provision forunforseen needs.
A good Bank account inean.s food,
fuel nud clothing and necessities in
case of sickness or loss of employment.
Start this week to lay nvvay enough
to tide you over comfortably.
Always glad to see you ot this
U.- C. COK K. A. SATIU'R C. S, HUDSON
V. V, SMITH II. C KLUS
LEGALITY OF COUNTY DIVIS
Portland Oregonfan Review Division
Mania, Shows Impossibility ot In
telligent Decision by Voters
and Urges Defeat of All.
The following paragraphs are
extracted from alcnethy discussion
of the merits and demerits of the
various county division schemes
which appeared in the Portland
Oregoiilan of October 14th. It is
the opinion ol the Orcgonian that
all the county division bills will be
defeated. It further is that pa per 'a
ocliel that even should any of the
proposed new counties receive the
endorsement of the voters, there
exists vey grave doubt as to the
constitutionality of the proposed
Says the article, in part:
The fact that the adoption of theeleht
county division measure would breed
extensive litigation and promote uncer
tainty iu matter of taxation and organ
ization in nine existing counties houtd
be eiiouuh to bring about the defeat of
the eight bill.
M M A
In eoinz over the arcumenla pub
lished in the stale pamphlet on the
eight countr division measure the vot
er will find that on only three of them
are both sides of the question presented.
altnousn persons interested are acuvely
at work to secure the approval or defeat
ot the eight.
Thus, on five of the measures the av
erage voter mutt either vote his impres
sions or exert great deal of time, pa
tience and expense in determining tbetr
tm- merits. On three of them, if per
sonally uninformed, he must found In
Impressions on tne varacur 01 one or
the other group of persons presenting
Inasmuch as mere are reasonable
grounds for believing that a method is
already available for determining tbeiM
local question by a local vote, inasmuch
as there is iutt cause for believing that
the eijht division measures nave been
presented without conformity to the
laws or constitution, and Inasmuch ns
approval of any or all would bring on
litigation and uncertainty, it would
seem that all should be defeated in the
coming election. When in doubt tote
Entertalamcat for Chapel.
The ladies of the- Episcopal
Guild will give an entertainment
next Tuesday evening, October 25,
ot 8 o'clock, at the residence ot"
Mrt. Drake for the benefit of the
Episcopal Chapel; 50 cents sduiit
tonce, including refreshments;
children under 16 years, 25 ceuts
The entertainment will consist of
living pictures, a musical pro
gram, and refreshments served af
terwards. Thi is to helo raise monev to
erect a little chapel and the ladies f
are hoping for a large attendance.
Thi entertainment is in no way
confined to members of any sect,
and Is public All are urged to
E A. BATHER. Vle Prtl.nl