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LET EVERY VOTER CO TO THE POLLS TUESDAY AND VOTE AGAINST ALL COUNTY DIVISION BILLS
THE BEND BULLETIN.
351 t No.
miHl), OKISOON, WKDNUSUAY. NOV, a, 1910.
351 X No.
IRRIOATION CO. STRONHLY
HACK.:,), STARTS WORK.
Recelverthlp UnJa anil Crew Com'
inence Conttructlmi-Nnrth Cn
ml, with lllic 'y Roll, to
bo liullt Next Spring.
Tlic rrcclvorshlp of the !)
aliutes Irrigation & Power Co
practically has come to 1111 cud
r Also, the company itself is n tiling
fof the p.it, the new nrgaiilitinii
being known as the Cent ml Oregon
Irrigation lo. Kvatt more minor
ftuut lit the miiioniircinuiit 1h.1t u
Kblg campaign of improvement iiu
mediately will he ushered In by I lie
. Laud in being sold, repair work
,'is commencing on the old counts
' uud ditches, and the coming year
will mark high tide 111 new con
struction. So, then, is Oregon's
greatest irrigation enterprise active
ly and firmly on itit feet again, up
parcntly with all lit old diihculliw
udjtislcd and now with the substuu
tisil financial bucking of one ol the
country's strongest banking liuiie,
the J, G. White Co , who siicccm
fully have put through u great
number of similar irrigation enter
prise. As soon n he lias submitted the
balance sheet of the cash hook
probably this weekReceiver Red
field will be discharged.
The first construction work starts
at once. A crew of 30 men nud 30
teams, says Mr. Red field, under
Tom Lnngou, goes to work con
structiug lutcral "C" of the Central
Oregon Canal. This latcrul is
about eight tulles east of Mend, nud,
among others, waters tfTc ranches
of Cole Smith, Williams Hros., nud
1'rauk I.c May. Already 30 tennis
have been ordered and large quan
tities of equipment and supplies.
"Wc arc authorized to make nil
necessary repairs 011 the canals at
once," said Mr. Ucdficld in his
Hcnd office yesterday. "There
wlll lc work for nil the settlers
That want work, even this fall. At
first wc m.iy he a little shy on
equipment, but much of thin al
ready is on the way In from Port
land. There is construction work
enough near latcrul "C" to keep
that crew busy six mouths.
"A soon as pible and this
means practically nt once we
shall put another big Inrce repair
log the main canals, from which
water will be shut off temporarily.
Probably 60 men will be employed
until freezing weather mukes it
necessary to knock off."
When questioned regarding big
couitructlou work in the enrl
spring, Mr Ucdficld said, in part:
"It seems certain that tue North
Canal will he constructed just as
noil hh weather condition1 permit
1'rnlHihly 500.000 will be required
for that work, while the comple
tion of the ) stem will entail the
txiHMiililmc ol perhaps n million."
Mr. Redficld wild Hint it was
highly probable that surveying nud
engineering work on this project
would k resumed this Autumn
A re location ol surveys may re
sult. Work preliminary to nctunl
construction, Mich us the digging
ol text pits, etc , probably will take
place iielorc it becomes too cold.
iSonut 50,000 acres will be watered
hy the North Caunl.
On Oct. t6, the Contra! Oregon
Irrigation Co. filed It articles ol
Incorporation, with 11 capital tocl
of ft, 500.000. On the previous
day the Deter t I.nnd Hoard np
proved the old contract between
Hut I). 1 & I'. Co. and the state,
this being taken over hy the new
organisation. The directorate U
hs follows: V. S Stanley, A. V
lilies, uud Jesse Stearns, ol Port
land; I.. N. l'aruum, of New York,
representing J. G. White ik Co L.
G. Addison, of Columbus, reptc
scntlng the Ohio bondholders
Stanley is president; Miles, vice
president; nud Steams, secretary
treasurer. It is understood that
Rosette Howard will be malinger
ami C W Ucdfielil chief engineer.
TRY OUTPOWER PLANT
.Machinery Works Wcll-t.lictits May
lie Ready In I'cw Days.
The first Deschutes jxwcr for
generating electricity has been
used. LM Friday water wns
turned into the flume nud on to the
wnter wheel In the new power
house of the Mend Water, Light &
Power Co This was done to give
the plant n thorough testing pre
paratory to starting the lighting
system, probably next week. Ev
erything worked smoothly, there
being no hitch in the opcrntion of
As soon as an nuto-trnusformcr
arrives from Portland, which prob
ably will be brought ,iu this week
hy Frank Robertson, all will be in
readiness "to turn on the juice"
and give ltcnd its first electric
lights. The system and power
equipment is the largest and most
complete of any in Central Oregon.
Magazine Articles (live this State
. Very Valuable Publicity.
Oregon, and particularly Central
Oregon, has been favored with
much inng.ine publicity this
month. In lite November number
of Sunset magazine is a long nud
splendidly illustrated article by
Waller V. Wochlkc, setting lortti
the -opportunities nud development
of the state nt large.
Another article, by Randall K
Howard, in the Pacific Monthly, is
entitled "The Awakening of Cen
tntl Oregon " It deals in detail
with the transportation that the
railroads coming is nuking in the
interior country. Particularly the
free-la ml openings that await
homesteaders is dwelt upon.
The Basic Problem
THE GREATEST OF ALL PROB
LEMS TO THE 0 E N E R A L P U B
LIC IS THE BREAD
AN DMi UTTER PROBLEAl
If NDUSTRV alone will not solve the bread and butter
II problem; lint If one lay by something, however
siiihII, Iroiii the fruits nihil Itidntlry, he lias found
the solution of tills problem. To the man with n bank
account optmrliinttle arise, which would otherwise Iks
beyond hit reach. You lme often heard a limn tny, that
were it not for tilt iiimlly teKinlbillty he would do this
or that. With a bank hufuure to hit credit the bread mid
butler problem it solved lor the protein, mid be it there
fore able to make ll a lent luiRHlniil problem In the future.
"Banking & Trust Company
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
I,, n. lUIIlI), .'ret. J. W. MASTUKS, Vice Pres.
M. 0. COK, Ciithlcr
Those Most Concerned are Against
Division Which is Favored by .
Redmond Boosters Alone. ?
Mr. Voter, do you know this?
Section 12 of the hill for the creation of the proposed
County of Deschutes rends: '
The county indue of Crook County sod Ihe county Iude of Detehutet
County, AND II. I'.JONHS Of DUSCItlTlW COUNTY are hereby unpointed
Ixmnl of coiillulitlouert to determine the value ol the diHinly building, in Crook
County, the amount of tndeblediieM, It nuy, to be mmmuinI by Iecliule County,
and paid 10 Crook, nud the amount ol money that liny be due from Crook County
to Detehutet County, under tbe lermt of Suction r I ol tint Uw.
This means thttt Ihe DECIDING VOTE is in the
hands of Dechutes County, Hint 11 REDMOND MAN is the
third member of a board in whose hands rests the absolute
decision in the matter of dividing up the financial and prop
erty holdings of Crook County.
This is a most extraordinary and unjust joker. In
other county division bills this board at least is chosen
justly; the third member is impartial.
Air. Taxpayer, it's up to you.
A great majoiity probably four fifths of the voters of Orook
Comity arc opposed to the schsuit for the creation of Dtschutes
County as proposed hy initiative petition, to be carved out of the parent
county and to have for its comity seat the town of Redmond. More
over, the majority of the coplc in the proposed new county do not
favor its creation.
H.1I1I facts, these. HJt truthful. And their unadorned veracity
may be substantiated by any fair minded nun who cares to, or can, ex
limine the local sentiment. The reason for their publication is this;
;t lutse report lias been circulated, and apparently has gained wide
crcdaucc, that Crook County as a whole favors the scheme, thai the
jwople of proposed Deschutes County favors it, and that Bend scc no
reason for opposing it.
In the state pamphlet, the Redmond Commercial Club in its argu
ment favoring the creation ol Deschutes County, goes 011 record in part
us follows; "Crook, the parent county of the proposed Couuty of
Deschutes, is favorable to the creation of the new couuty."
This from Redmond newspapers:
When the proportion t first made
to create Dcscluuet County, there wat
SHAN1K0 HAS RECORD
Hnorrnous Quantities of Goods Go
Through Terminal Town.
SilAWKO, Or., Oct. 31 -During
Jthep.ast year more than 20,000,-
000 pounds of Central Oregon
freight has been handled through
1 the Moody warehouses at Sbaniko.
iTIila ,1rv..i, .. i..f,l.. ,I.m ixliant
shipments of over 100,000 sacks
nor the immense tonnage of mate
rials anil supplies used in the con
struction of the Oregon Trunk
Railway and tlic Deschutes Rail
way which was handled through
the private warehouses of these
Just now there is a great boom
In the teaming business on account
of the excellent condition of the
roads to tbe interior and it is no
uncommon thing to see forty to
sixty outfits loading at the same
time at the warehouses.
During tbe same period of twelve
months more than 30,000 passen
gers have pased through the
Probably this record is une
quated by that of any town twice
the size of Shanfko in nil the West
and Sbaniko' s shipping business,
if anything, is increasing, and will
increase with the development of
the interior, until the completion of
the Deschutes railroads in a few
The opposition to Detehutet County
teemt to all eotnc from Madrat.
In all the propoted rounty Madrat
alone it obeetlng. Kedmond puket
man, Oct. 37.
tome opposition made in different parti
of the old couuty, but nowhere was the
.ippoutlon at Mroug at mlht be ex
ptreled. Oregon Hub, Oct. 37.
Facts again. At a mass meeting nt I'rineville, county seat of
Crook County, June 38th, 1910, the i'rineville Commercial Club unani
mously adopted resolutions absolutely condemning the new scheme and
promising I'riueville's heartiest opposition to it.
The Madras Commercial Club adopted similar resolutions. Madras
is the principal town in tbe proposed new county: its people and its
press arc uVhtiug the scheme-to the best of their ability, lknd, second
town ol Crook County, is opposed. Protests are heard from Laidluw
and Sisttrs and from many olLer towns and jeclioiis ot" proposed Des
chutes Couuty. In short, Redmond, the proposed county seat of tbe
proposed county, alone desires its-creation.
Of the 10,163 names upon the initiative petition for the creation of
Deschutes County 217 were obtuiued in Crook Couuty, including Red
This is not the proper time to divide Crook County. Tbe western
half of the county, hitherto practically undeveloped, is being pierced
by two great railroads. The population centers arc uncertain. A (it
vision which might be appropriate now well might prove itself a bowl
ing injustice after u few ,cars of development.
Hut the boundaries of the proposed new couuty were conceived ap
parently with little pretense of thatihtful seeking for the greatest good
to the greatest number. They ure uibitraiily run, without regard to
logical physical boundary lines, The new couuty would Ik: a benefit.
(Continued on page 8.)
Rough and Dressed
ALL SIZES OF
DOORS and WINDOWS
"UEX.FI.INTKOTE" AND "MIKADO"
DEADENING FELT AND
16-IN. SLAB WOOD
Delivered In Bentl -j cA
Per Cord .. ,4 3O.DJ
dot Your Winter's Supply.
Pilot Butte Development Co.
Lime Deposits not Large.
A. H. Horn has bought a half
interest in -the Clark sawmill and
will install there his 16 li. p. en
gine. Messrs. Horn and Clark
have just returned trotn a trip to
the Mulhenst, made fot the pur
pose of investigating the lime de
posits, samples of which Mr. Horn
recently tested with great success
Thev report that while the lime
encountered is of exceptionally
high grade no very large amounts
Notice to Settlers.
Probably by November 5th
water will be temporarily turned
out of tbe canals for the purpose 'of
making needed r'r pairs. Canals
may be dry for three weeks. After
the repairs water will be furnished
throughout the winter whenever
Ckntral, Orkgon Irrigation
Library Entertainment Friday.
The Ladies Library Club will
give an entertainment in Ltnster's
Hall Friday evening at 8 for tbe
benefit of tbe libary. After nn
extensive theatrical program there
will be dancing and refreshments.
KlUabeth Wornttaft. the daughter of
Mr. and Mr. Utney Wormian, died at
tbe Ilcnd Hotplt( latt night of tvpboid
fever after a brirf llluet. The deccated
wat 19 years old latt Wednetday. Her
mother hat been tick with typhoid fever
for a long time and it now confined to
her bed in a criticnt condition. The
(uneri services will be held tomorrow,
probably in tbe afternoon. Sarah and
Ruth, titters, and a brother, Henry, sur
BURT IS GUILTY
Contractor mcnealy gets
only $400 from county.
Liquor Cues lllngo on Decision In
Supreme Court Test Case Grand
Jury Thinks Towns Should
Do Their Own Washing;.
Paxkhvillk, Or., Oct. a After
being out from 1 1 a. m. Saturday
until 10 p. m. Sunday the jury in
the if. M. Hurt calf-stealing case
returned a verdict of puilty. On
Tuesday. Burt was fined $250 by
It took a jury from nam. yes
terday to 3 a. m. today to return .1
verdict in the case of C C .Me
Nealy" vs Crook County, to recover
$2750 withheld from the contractor
because of alleged faulty construc
tion of the court house foundations.
McNealy was allowed $400 It is
considered a. victory for the county
At eleven this morning the Cal
culi Court adjourned.
Last Thursday a jury acquitted
Anderson of Redmond in a liquor
case. Thirteen other alleged illegal
liquor sellers were fined $150 each
All await tbe determination of a
test case in the Supreme Court,
where the defendants hope to es
tablish the invalidity of the county
Last Wendnesday the C.rnnd
Jury wade its report, before beiuii
discharged by Judge Bradshaw It
indorsed the sydem of bookkeeping
in vogue in the oUices of sheriff,
county clerk and treasurer The
only recommendation regarding
the county jail was that a shower
bath be installed therein. The
founding of a county hospital was
passed on to the county court who
"should take steps to provide jfor
the same" when such action ap
peared advisable. In connection
with complaints concerning "the
existence of bawdy houses, partic
ularly in tbe cities of Madras and
Redmond," the report states:
We feet that in municipalities where
there are police officers who are paid
monthly talaries and pretumably attend
ing to their duties, and where there ex
itt a city council with the ulher officer
lucidcuul to tbe municipality, ilia, th 4
qurotl m It one wbieil ctu be luudltif)
cally in belter advauuge for the prop e
than if it it attempted 10 be handled .y
the county at lir;e.
Hvideuce wat broueht before ut tbow
Inn tbal three muiiicipaliliet bunt ihf x
people and tbe money for tuch Fii'ts
goes into the city treasuries of tbe uiu
nictpalilio; and tuch bcin tbeciue we
believe Ibatjtlie taxayert at larKC teat
tered In all parts ol toe county, ahould
not be required to pay an additional
burden for attempting to regulate wunc
thluK which tk entirely a tblug with. 11
the power of each municipality, (.'inter
tbe muuicip.1 corporation atatulctof tbe
state the mayor ami city council are
granted full power and authority to Jes
uitic or aupprct! houtet ot thlt kind,
and we believe that the qucttwn it one
which should be left to their power an I
authorit) to regulate or auppreas at
each municipality may teem wise
L&J TT tfSt lTVSst1 RiIr !U
aar lue nidi nauuucu uaim.
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
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