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THE BEND BULLETIN.
IJUNI), ORKOON, WKDNKSDAY, )KC 14. tyio.
CENSUS 'JUST COMPLETED
SHOWS 211 CHILDREN.
Thin Will llo IJatca of Apportionment
.. to llenit District Voters Au
thorlzo New School on
the I'rlnovllle Road.
In November, 1900, there were
nix children between thciigcsnf,
iiik! 30 years in the Ik'inl school
(ttwtrict I'tcd. Sylvester anil
1'rlncc Slants mill Marion, Pauline
null Margaret Wlest. The school
census for 1008 showr-d aoH. nftel
which the Richardson district wax
taken away, no Hint only 177 wcic
Miowii y the cvitMtM ol 1909 I'or
thin year the census just completed
shows an children twlwccu 4 iind
?o years, resident in I he district
At the meeting of the voters ol
the district held last Wednesday
evening ut Chairman Trlplctt's
utorc, n lew of 10 mill win votrd
lor the school year 1910 it In
the absence of Clerk Wiesl, Clmir
man Tripled uctcd us Clerk. The
nttcniiuncc at the meeting was
To Open a Now School.
At the meeting of the volcrs of
the diitrlct held ul the school house
lust Saturday it was voted to ocn
u school on the I'rlncvllle ruad
ubotil five mile from llfiid. A
IKtltloij uskiug tint such action be
taken win submitted to the School
Hoard at a meeting held November
Tile signers of the petition were
I.. C. Young, J. K. Moslcr, S. II
Dull, W C. Watigh, Willi Hen
Miit, II Iv. Stcwnit, Marion Kolx
nun unil Mr. Moen.
Ol the eight who voted on the
measure, all luvorcd ncuiitg the
lhool. An yet the Hoard has not
(letcrmined the exuet location for
The cnniMta, "Tables TurnriJ," will
I rendered I'rlday afternoon, Orcein.
lrj.at I.lmtcr'j Variety Hall. The
public cordially Invllrd.
Mr. Moo viiiled MUa Young'a room
latt Monday allrrnooti.
Highlit Oraile club Inttrad of meethiK
Thurtday, lit regular night, will meet
December 31, at which time a Cbrltt
mat programme will lie rendered.
1'raneei llcdflold wat abtent latt Mon
ti ay on aetfouut ol IIIhfm.
The Second grade doing tome ipc
clal work in Hiawatha.
School will clote on the I'rlday before
Chrittmai for a week'a vacallon.
Now Hooka for the Library.
The Writ Nntionnl Hunk has
given the Public Library n ta-vol
nine net of the Century Dictionary
and Cyclopedia. The work is en
WHY IT PAYS
To Do Business With
IFo Deschutes Banking (Bb Trust Company.
OUR money is snfe; every safe-guard and
protection for the depositor is furnished.
Your valuable papers may ue siorcu in
our fire, and hurglar-proof vault. Our cen
trally located olllces are always at our cus
tomers disposal. Our
11 r i
iceiaiiy weteome, mey win mm our uuuk. u
ittndy place to write letters and transact their
jusiuess. We want vou to feel near enough
to the olllcers so that when you want advice
regarding your business,, or any investment
you wish to make, you will freely consult with
them and feel that any advice is gladly given,
as it always is.
Banking & Trust Company
Of Bend, Oregon
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
h. D. I1AIRD, l'rei. J. V. MASTHU8, Vice Tre.
M. O. CON, Caihicr.
tlrcly up-to-date, the last two vol
time being the supplementary cdl
tlon of 1910.
Those expecting to order maga
.iucs during the Christum season
trc nuked to older them iIiioiikIi
BASIS R)R CIIAROE.
The Call Salt! that lllkln am) Co mil
Hail Hecn Indicted.
The specific mutter forming the
basis (or the criminal action
against J. A. Hodman, (J. T.
Morchend. I.. I). Wieit, K. V.
Constable, Hen Gotlcr, H A. Hunt
and Knrl ilenlou by Sheriff Itlklux
mill Wlllinui Combi was published
in the Citizen's Call dated Novem
ber 39 but really issued November
5. It rendu iitt follows:
Aflrr an rllrctltc driiioiiitratlon ol
t lie Law and Order people, coiuiirUed ol
rruievllle'a ln-tl cllUcua, imlicnueut
were returnrd nnlnat two leading ml
UlcMiit Our wat HhcillI Klklut, who
it teem, when oeciitlon dcmaniU It.
ninkpa It hit hutlurtt to vote at both
Madras nnd I'rlnevlllt'. Thr other wat
lllll Comlit, who ran, when deration re
ipilrst. acquire a IckI rctldrnce within
Uly dnya, Vet thlrldrd by Ihe protect
ing unit of lliothrr John, he manage
alway to keep out ol trouble.
NEW ROAD OPENED
To Coino Into (lend from Pilot Hutte
Work on n public road to lc
opened from the vicinity of the
Pilot Hutte Kiiuch to Hend in
now curried on. This rond will
give the ranchers in that locality
.1 shorter road to Heud, us they
now have to come in on the Hoar
Two miles of the wotk lias
lccii completed, and it is the ptun
to have the road oencd by Febru
ary, unless the ground freezes too
hard to be easily worked. The
roud will cuter town from the north
side of Pilot Hutte.
Ttie (Hit Neighborhood.
OlST. Or., Dee. 11 George McCaltlf
ter hat bought a IlKhtniilK hayballer
and i-aixcM to Kt buty within a tew
dayt balling hit rye hay to get It ready
for the lleml market.
J. O. McKliiney U buying all thr
VouiiK cattle he can, at he I going Into
the Block butiuett,
George Schumacher hit for the patt
four moiithi butchered one lo two beetc
per week, but tlilt work hat couie to a
clote fur Ihe teaxiu,
Another dwclllne ft lielut; contlructrd
at Hcterl SprliiK'-
Ooveriinirnt land now In thlt vicinity
It about kcaee at hen't teeth.
Mitt 1'lottle Kerry of Slttera la teach
ln Ihe Oltt School, boarding at J. O.
Win. Ilardlt hat been to Redmond at-
lending the llrotherhool ol Owl.
Horn, to Mr. and Mm. Theodore
Aunc, a 10 pound kUI on Decent
bcr t 1 .
Mrs. Koicoe Saunders, who wai
critically ill last week, is rapidly
improving at the Heud Hospital.
John Cohen, an employee at
Hrvan & Youiiiistrom's camp, h
confined at the Heud Hospital with
a serious case of pneumonia.
tanner menus are es-
mi tn 1 !...!- .
linn niTnn iiinni nnininii in mnml
COSTRUCTION FORCES AL
KUADV IN Till: FIELD.
Laterals to He Provided to Water
l.andt of all Ketllera In I line for
Next Season' Crops Sur
veyors Setting Corners.
The Ccntrnl Oregon IrriKalion
Co in puny has n camp of 45 men
coustrucliiiK IntcraN cilit milus
ciisl of Heud. There arc 1 8 teams
working now and the number will
lie increased to 30 The conumi
is nrrutiKiuK to or.iuir.e two more
liinilur camps, one in Redmond,
ihe other in the Powell Unite dis
trict. The ciimp now In operation east
of town is working on miiiuII ditches
and 1 literals, and will complete ull
of the ditches ntipplied by the Ceu
trul Oregon canal. The men ure
now working on what is known
us Lateral C, which will supply
water for the land bcloriKinK to I'.
I.c.May, Iv. A. Kuoits, Cole H.
Smith, John It. Williams and
David Williams. KnicM Garrett is
in charge of the construction work,
which is being supervised by Iiu
Kiuccr Kedfictd. Six bridges have
already been completed on the Hear
Creek road over the company's lat
erals. Thomas Langon has a crew of
engineers in the field setting the
corners on each government legal
subdivision, or 40 arre tract. The
quarter-section corners were set
some five years ago.
The Columbia Hrldgo.
The Oregon Trunk Railway
bridge across the Columbia river is
!ciug built half a mile down from
Cclilo motion on the O. It & N.
and just below the Tumwater falls.
It will be nearly 4000 feet iu.leugtti
and about 90 feet above low water
of the Columbia. There will le 39
piers with three abutments and be
cause of the rocks on which the
piers ore built there will be no un
der water work. The longest span
will be 330 Icet. The second span
from the south approach is where
the O It & N. road passes under
the bridge. There is to be a 350
foot drawbridge across the govern
There will be six 330-font spam
and 17 ioi-foot sp.uis of deck
girders, and ut the south end there
will be three sp.ms with 75-foot
deck girders. The false trestle
work is now built out to the chan
nel of the river from the north bank
and at the end a huge derrick is
stationed, which lifts the tram-cars
tilled with concrete mixture from
the track and swinging them
around dumps it into the wooden
forms for piers. The south trestle
i very much shorter, stopping be
fore it teaches the canal, but u
huge derrick here is performing
the same service that i done on the
north side? It is expected that the
bridge will be ready in a year and
u half from now.
Lara's Doll Contest.
Ah Christmas draws near, A. M.
Uitru & Co.'h doll contest interests
the little girls in and about Hcnd
even more than it did when the
votiong began. The 10 leaders in
the contest follow those living
outside of Hend being marked with
Myrtle Dalley. 107JJ Ruth Wormian,
834; Jotephlnc Young, 441; Coldic Con
)' '731 "Led in llarryinan, J49; I.a
nore Morrlt, 331: Hlma Wood, 177; "HI
tie Horn, 175: 'Unlet NelT, 119; Ida
Notice is hereby c-ven that there will be offered
for sale at public attctiou'ut 2 o'clock p. in. on Satur
day, December 17, 1910, nt the office of Hunter &
Staats in Demi, Oregon, the remaining fractional por
tions of parcels of land known as Lytic acre tracts
numbers 31 nnd 38, being such portions thereof as re
main after allowing for right of way of the Oregon
Trunk Railway. Said laud will be sold without re
serve to the highest bidder for cash,
,C, S. HLDSON,
Chairtnau of Committee,
SENDS LIQUOR ORDINANCE TO
Instructions Were Not Followed In
Oral! Submitted Claims Allowed
Drainage Nuisance Referred
to Committee for Action.
At a regular meeting of the Com
mon Council last evening claims as
follows were approved and ordered
.S. J. "Seucrr, Treurcr, extra
tervicct ....f Or) rw
C. A. Chapman, police tervicrt.. 73
Marlon Carter, Yt cord of wood.. 1 25
I' red Van MaUe, lalxir 00 ttreett y 75
C. C. Trlplclt, pulicc M-rviev.,,. 5 ut
O. H Young, changing U. S.
Iielicu mark 1 50
Charlet Meeri, election ollieer.. 5 00
" " lalxjr anil pick
handle 27 75
I. II. 1). Co , lumber (orcrottinvi 41 6s
J. I. Wett, lalwr 0 75
I. Policy, Ulior lo 00
II. W. L. Sc V. Co., water JiH
" " wiring jail... 6 oj
Pioneer Tel. & Tel. Co 1 ij
Nettle Ktcveuaon, boarding prii-
oners ( j
Other Tliorlijoruton, ator and
txjwder 32 ou
Premium on h. J. Seucer't lond
at Trcaturcr so 00
Total f4oi 8j
Marshal Chapman's reixut was
then read and accepted, showing
four arrests with fines aggregating
f.Vt 50. The report of the Cit
Treasurer, showing a balance ol
431.51 iu the treasury, was also
1 he matter of delinquent near
beer licenses was taken up and re
ferred to the Committee 011 Licenses,
with instructions to take action
necessary to protect the city.
The sewage question was taken
up when Murshal Chapman re
ported having served written no
tiers on several offenders, but with
out results. It was decided that
the Health Committee confer with
the City Attorney in regard to
scwuge mutters, and take proper
The proposed ordinance granting
to IJ. L. Weeks oud F. Wisncr a
fruuehisc for a tail way through the
streets of Hend was tcd the second
time by title. A motion that it be
laid on the table was lost, where
upon it was placed on final passage,
uud the proK)cd ordinance was
A proposed ordinance to handle
the liquor question was read lor the
hrst tune. Alderman Sellers called
attention to the tact that it was 1101
in accordance with instructions, the,
sum of 6oo appearing instead ol :
fiooo as the umount of license
1 hereupon it was voted that a spe-'
cial committee be appointed to pre 1
pare au ordinance in accordance
with instructions previously given,
uud any other features deemed ad
visable, and submit the revised dralt
at the next meeting. Mayor Culd
well nppotuted Sellers, Ovcrturi
uud Kelley as such committee.
The meeting adjourned to Tues
day, December 20
The visit of Santa Claus to
Howe's Hconomy Store last Satur
day afternoon and evening was au
interesting event for the children oi
the town, and dozens of the young
sters, many of them with their
parents, were on hand bright and
early to welcome St. Nick. The
boy and girl who first brought the
news to the store of Santa's arrival
and thus won the prizes were
l-reu liassett and Corn Hates, n
two bluded jack-knife for Mnster
Fred, and a set of china doll dishes
for Miss Cora. Many of the little
folks very earnestly told Santa
whut they wanted htm to bring
them for Christmas presents nnd
they should not be disappointed.
Mot House Vegetables.
K. M. I,ndewig is building a
hot-house 15x15 fset on lot 8 block
30 Deschutes Addition. There nre
1 two tiers of beds, with 335 square
I feet of space. The glass roof is
' now being put on, and vegetables
.iiiii 1... .. .1 i... 11... i..
..., w . i.iiiicii iiiiiucuiHiciy.
Fifty dollars will be paid for in
formation lending to the arrest and
conviction of anyone illegally cut
ting juniper treus on lands within
the Pilot Hutte, Oregon Irrigation
or Hcnharn Pulls segregations.
Juniper wood is n valuable ap
purtenance to these lands and must
be preserved lor prosective settlers
who intend to file thereon.
IO-.I3 Hend, Oregon.
THK I'ACII'IC MONTHLY'S SI'HCIAL
The Pacific Monthly, of Portland, Or
egon, it a beautifully illustrated monthly
magazine which (jivrt very full Inform
atlou hIcjuI the rexiureet and opporlu
ultieiol the country lyiiiK Wett of the
Kockiet. It lellt nil alout thcUorern
merit Reclamation Project!, free Gov
ernment hind and tcllt about the ilia
trictt adanted to fruit riliu lUlrvliiu
poultry raiting, etc. It hav.tplendid
.toilet by Jack London and other noted
The price it fi.50 a year, but to in
troduce it wc will tend tixMuoutht for
50 centa. Thlt offer mutt be accepted
on or More I'ebruary 1, 1911. Send
your name and addrctt accompanied by
fifty ceult iu itatiip and learn all about
Oregon, Wathfnutou, Idaho and Cali
fornia, Addrett, The Pacific Monthly, Port
THE TOWN THAT
VI. The Keen Clothind Dealer
'THIS It th. clothing dtalae who
To th hardware ttora and frttly aptnt
On advtrtlttd bargains the very bill
Ht got from th furnltur dtalar'a till,
Whar It want vvhtn th dry good
And paid with th bill that th butcher
From th groctr who had ttttltmtnt
With th money th honttt workman
P. S. Tht hcaldtaltr xvht't up it muff
It'tll atwayi advtrtut hit stuff.
The First National Bank
OF BEND. BEND. OREGON
Dr. U O. OOe, Prold.nl t A 8ATHCR. Vie. Pr.tlU.nt
O 8 HU08ON, Oathl.r
. Capital fulhr paid ... 83S.OO0
Slockhold.rt' liability 35
Surplut So. OOP
JWe confidently believe that the head
ing of this column will be literally real
ized' in 191 1. It will come in varied
degrees to all of us, but each will have the
making of his share iu his own hands.
(Prosperity is what we uet from the re
sult of euch day's work.
iThe degree of prosperity enjoved is
measured by our ability to spend less
than we earn and accumulate the balanc
in a bank account a certain nmouu
from each da 's earnings.
II This Hank wants to go on record as be
ing willing to uid and ubet every effort of
its customers to share iu the prosperity
which we ieel sura the New Year will
Open an account now. Make larger
deposits if you alreudv have au account.
It will prove very satisfactory.
U. C. C0 . A. SATIU'K C. S. HUDSON
1 V. SMITH II. C. HU.IS
GREAT DELAY IN GETTINO
ARMS FOR POLES.
Company Finally Has to Alake Tliem
of Iron Pipe Which Is Now On
the Road Plans for Change
of Pumping Plant.
The Bend Water, Light & Power
Co has been greatly delayed in in
stalling street lighting, by inability
to get, nnywhere on the Pacific
coast, the arms for banging the
lamps out in the streets. After ex
hausting all other means of solving
the difficulty the company whs
forced to the necessity of making
its own arras. For this pnrpoe
It has galvanized iron pipe now on
the wav in from Shaniko and when
it arrives the arms will be erected
on the poles that nre already set
ud the street lighting will be in
stalled in short order.
The arras will be 14 feet long, so
as to swing the lamp as far as prac
ticable toward the center of the
street. A galvanized guy wire
will run from the top of the pole
out to the end of the arm to sup
port it, the end of the arm itself not
being quire to the top of the pole.
The water company is also fig
uring on a change in the place of
taking water from the river. It
finds that sooo feet of 6-inch main
will be required to make connection
with present mains from a pumping
plant to be located h little above
the sawmill. Fitting for a pump
to be electrically opciatcd have
already been ordered. The com
pany docs not wish to buve to
bring in the water pipe by teams
when the railroad is coming so last,
ind will probably defer the change
until the railroad comes unless
more urgent reason shall appear.
Horse Killed it Tumalo.
TumaLo, De"c l B. IL IvdniKtori
returned from Shaniko latt Thursday
where be went to take J. W. Ilaker
and family who have Onc to Koteburg
for the winter. He reports the roads in
a frightful condition.
The young folks of thetc parts had a
dance at the old Smith mill build
inK Priday ni(ht. While there
Grover I'ulliam met wild the lots of a
valuable hone. He put the hore in the
ham and not long after went out to
look after the team ami found that one
of the animal hail fallen 011 the barn
floor and his lev was broken between
the hoof and the knee and he wat (hot
G. W. Wlmer & Son were trailing
tome fine oatt straw ou the Star ranch
L. H. Root, road supervisor, is doing
-otnc fine road work on the bill between
this place and Laidlaw.
John H. Edwards hat sold lilt ranch
wet of hi place and has soue lo
Spokane on a viilt.
r in -i-