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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1914)
THE BRND llULLKTlK, M5N1), 0RK WKINK81)AY, DKCKMHRIl S, 101-1,
TUMALO RULES ARE
ADOPTED BY BOARD
llKOt'IVT!ONS 1X)U OPHUATIOX AM) MAIXT1MCANCK OK IMtOJHOT
DltCIDKIl OX PKOVIHK l-k)K tt.S ACUK KKKT OF WAT UK
DUltlXO HHUOATIO.V S1USOX OK MIX MONTHS.
Rules and regulations for tlio op
eration and maintenanco of Oio Turn
nib Project wcro adopted at ti rccoat
meeting of tho Desert Land Hoard.
Asldo from their Interest to settlers
nnd land owners on tho project thoy
are of Importanco In showing that the
Innd Uoard recognizee that l.S acre
feet of water should bo delivered to
tho settlors during threo months t f
the Irrigation season and an addi
tional amount of .45 aero feet In the
remainder. Tho rules In full are as
For convenience the term "Board"
In theso rules la meant to represe.it I
iuu uvsuri xiunu uuaia anu uiu a una
RULE 1. Tho Board agrees to fur-
lush and dollver 1.8 aero feet of water
at or within one half mllo of each 40
aero tract between tho 10th day of
Juno and tho.28th day of August of
ench year, and during the balance of
the Irrigation Season, between April
ID aad October 15, not Including tho
abovo dates, tho Board agrees to de
liver an additional amount of .43
ncro feet making a total of 2 U aero
feet per aero during tho entlro Irriga
tion season, provided, however, that
thero shall bo sufllclcnt water flowing
In Tumalo erect and available In
Tumnlo reservoir to supply all tho
land entitled to recclvo wator with
acre feet. In case of any short
age undor this amount the Board
agrees to furnish tho water pro-rain
among the water users. In caso,
however, that tho sharo allotted each
water user is less than l.S aero fo-t.
preferenco shall bo given to those
contract holders holding form No. 60.
Preferred Vested Water Rights, to
tho amount of l.S acre feet as per
tho terms of tho adjudication.
RULE 2. The Uoard agrees to
furnish and deliver tho amount cf
water stipulated at tho most practic
able point to bo reached by gravity
flow from Its main canal, ditches r
laterals. Said point of delivery sha'l
bo ascertained and determined by tho
Project Enginoer or Project Manager
and In case of a dispute between tho
Project Engineer or Managor and tho
tottlcrs as to the proper point of de
liver', the question shall be submit
ted to the State Engineer, whose do
cWlon shall bo final. Tho po'nt or
points of delivery may bo changed by
tho Board after being so established.
the necessary expenses, however,
caused by such chongo shall be paid
by tho Board.
RULE 3. Tho Board reserves the
right and option on Its part to deliver
said water to any settler or settlers
under tho rotation system by giving
the settler ten days' notice In writing
of its Intention to do so.
RULE 4. All necessary ditches,
gates or measuring devices to be In
stalled by the settler after tho watir
has passed tho point of dsllvory will,
upon request, bo installed by tho
Board, but tho cost will be charged
to the settler and must be paid y
RULE 0. Wator delivered to each
settlor may be used for stock, domes
tic and Irrigation purposes onl, aad
only on the lands deecrlbod in each
contract and for no other purposes
whaUtoover The Hoard will furnish
water periodically whon necessary
and possible during such times out
side the Irrigation season for stock
and domestic purposes. The Boat 3
will not be held responsible for any
shortage of water for stock and do
mestic purposes during the non-irrigation
season when it Is impossible
or Impracticable to run wator
through the ditches.
RULE 7. The settler will bo ex
pected to use all the water and allow
none to run to waste and will provide
proper drainage for nil waste watera
entering his land. Wafer may be shut
off from any settler who deliberately
wastes bis water or does not put
fame to beneficial use.
itULE 8. The contract holder nr
settler will not bo allowed to disturb,
pollute or causo to become impute
tbo water in any flume, canal or lat
eral, or allow any act to bo dono
which may cause to become so.
RULE 9. The Board may whn
necessary shut tba water off from Its
canals, laterals or ditches for the pu.
poso of repairing same and may havo
such reasonable tlmo as may 'j
necessary In which to mako such re
pairs And for such interruption of
-water supply the Board will not be
liable to the settler.
RULE 10. Until further notico is
given the settler will be expected to
pay an annual maintenance fee of 80
cents per acre, which shall be placid
In tho Tumalo Maintenanco fund and
to be used only for tbo operation and
maintenanco of the Tumalo Project.
This maintenance shall be due and
paid as follows: CO coats on or beforo
the 15th day of April of each yoar,
ySUA. S- .,
and 30 cents oiv or boforo tho 16th
day of. October of onch year.
RULE 11. Tho Board, or Its auth
orised representatives, shall havo tho
right to enter upon tho promises own
ed by tho settlor for tho purpose tit
repairing, constructing' or malntnlv
log any ot Its canals, flumes, latorals
or ditches, and also for tho purpose
of constructing, operating and main
taining any portion ot Its irrigation
system such as tolophono system, etc.
RULE 12. A notico ot at least
twenty-four (24) hours from tho tlmo
tho chango Is desired should bo given
by tho wator users In order to chango
tno amount or wntor received.
RULE 13. Whon a water user la
delinquent more than six (6) months
on account of his maintenanco dues,
tho water may bo turned off nnd tho
terms ot tho contract enforced.
RULE 14. Theso rules nnd regula
tions may bo altered or changed from
tlmo to tlmo as occasion may demand.
but always with the approval of tho
tlclo. In it ho tolls tho story or Mr.
Hudson's Idea and how ho carried It
out, citing lUBtnncos ot tho results
obtained by purchasers ot tho bank's
hogs, Including Leo Hobs, llonry
Tweet and Karl Saunders, lllimtrn
tions with tho nrtlclo nro n view tak
en at tho Bond stunk yards, ono on
tho Joiioh dairy ranch, ono At tho
Knrl Snumlorn' plnoo and a out or
tho First Nntlotml Bank building.
Commenting on Mr. Hudson's work
nnd spunking of tho tnoronso in hugs
lu this district, Mr. Howard says:
"Of course Mr. Hudson did not do
It all. But ho Rtnrtod tho ball roll
ing. Ho was patted on tho back nnd
oncourngod and pointed to by nil tho
livestock promoting Interests. Thou
other bankero and Individuals nnd
communities followed his load. One
might moutlou n. dozen other com
munition of tho uowor soctlon ot tho
Patitlo Northwest that havo also Im
ported and distributed stook cows nnd
hogs nt cost. Even with theso re
sults, however, tho movoment has on
ly begun to find Its possibilities.
Thero nro still other problems that
hankers and business in on can help
to fiolvo for their adjacont ntti'louUm
Ho nlno quotes tho editor ot ti
pnpor in an adjoining county an say
ing: "Wo would llko to go over to Bmid
to shako those bunkers by tho hand.
This bnnk really stands for Bomethlnit
in tho community. It rcprosentH our
ldmi of what n hank should ronlly
stand for In a community. It Ih nut
only a Iluuholnl Institution, hut mi
Institution that linos the money It
gotn from tho community to build up
Why They Recommend Foley's Honey
1 A. Knllrd, Conojo, Calif. bo.
onuso "It produces tho best results,
tvlwnya euros sovoro colds, sore client
nnd lungs nnd docs not contain opi
ates or harmful drugs." Dr. W. Tay
lor, Luthersvlllo, On. uccniiso "I 1
llovo It to bo an honest modlclno and
It satisfies my patrons." W. L. Cook
Nolhnrt, Mont. because "It gives
tho host results for coughs nnd colds
ot anything I sell." Every user Is a
friend. Pnttoroon Drug Co. Adv.
Is Your Ofi
. rj& hXtVr
Warm Ettoucrk f
Ikwt For Kidneys Rays Doctor.
Dr. J. T. R. Ncal, Greenville, So.
Car., says that In his 30 years of ex
perience ho has found no preparation
for tho kldnoys equal to Foley Kid
noy Pills. In 60c and $1.00 sixes.
Best you can buy for backache, rhou
matlsm, kidney and bladder ailments,
Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
You can Vork in
comfort by using a
MAGAZINE TELLS HOW C.S.
HUDSON DISTRIBUTED HOGS
"Red Pig Mid Spotted Cows" h Tltlo
of Artlclo n The Country Gentle
man 11ns Head Views.
As rojorted in Tho Bulletin last
week tho lssuo of "Tho Country Gou
Ueman" for December 10 contained
an artlclo on tho work of C. S. Hud
son, cashier of the First National
Bank, in supplying tho farmers of
this section with cows and hogs. Tho
artlclo is entitled ",Rcd Pigs and
Spotted Cows, A Frontlor Bankers
Way or Boosting tho Community and
Ilia Business," and Is by Randall R
Mr. Howard visited Bend last sum
mcr to get tho material for this or-
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THE BEND BULLETIN
to January 1, 1916
Regular Price, $3.00
THE BEND BULLETIN
to January 1, 1916
Regular Price, $6.50
It burns all day
without re-filling, on
a gallon of oil.
Needs little atten
tion. For best results
use Pearl Oil.
"I shnll never marry." renin rked n
girl ot n certain age, but not speci
fied. "Never mind, dear." replied her Itest
friend. "Krcrylwdy will know Hint
you mnde n hemic right ngnlnnt tho In-cvltnulu.n-Phltndclphla
"Somehow or other, girls generally
keen twixtntit to their soldier liivem."
"Ik thill nlmt you mluht tall tiutform
nfTcctloul" Baltimore American.
Knsw tht Styls.
The Shopper-Han you any red
lady's houo xIIihtT The Shoo Clerk
You mean moocnslns. That's what
the red ladles wiiir'.-KxrlmtiKv.
Kxncinrs In little duties Is n won
derful source of cheerfulness. Fabcr.
- OIllidON TRUNK TRAIN -
Arrives 8 n. m,
Loaves 8:30 p.m.
O..W. It. & N. TRAIN.
Arrives ...,,..... ,7:45 p. in. -
Loaves ,.7:35 n. m,
HTAdi: LINK SOUTH. -
Arrives 7:30 p, m.
Ia'avcs 10 a. m,
AUTO M.MW. -
Cars dally to Burns and points
south and southenit.
pohtoffici: HOURS. -
Ooncral delivery open dally
0:15 a. m. to 0 p. in.
No mall distributed on Sunday
Night train mall closus 7 p. in.
- Day train mall closes 0:30 a. m.
Western Union dally 7-13,1-0, -
7-10. Sunday 810, 4-0, -
thlkpiiom: hoiiw. .
Pioneer Co , twenty-four hour
sorvlce. Including Sunday.
WEAR get a pair of WORLP'S
WE nlso havo ,the agency for I
NAP-A'TAN Shoea for men and
R. H. LOVEfj
The Shoe Repair Man
Tlnnil Htrpnf 'Tinnd. Ore.
THIS IS fiOING TO III; A
"MAUI; IX A.MHRICA" CHHIHT.MA8 ,
MAKE IT AN
' : ALSO n : - ; i
Electric Curler, Waver and Hair Dryer Sets
Electric Toasters That Turn tho Toast ,
Electric heating Pads
Electric Flat Irons
Electric Coffee Percolators
Electric Vacuum Cleaners. .
THERE ARE MANY OTHERS.
LET US SHOW YOU.
THE HAPPIEST OP OCCASIONS brings Its
problems, nnd even Christmas the gift problem.
What kind of a gift will inspire appreciation of
the giver? Will tho knlck-nack or tho uselsss
trinket with the "duty-gift" ntmosphero? No;
those that Inspire appreciation of tho giver aro
reserved for tho well selected gift of truo utility,
lasting quality and posltlvo benefit to tho recipient.
Such gifts aro not ezpenBlvo in Electric Appliances.
Indeed, It would bo difficult to find those threo
qualifications so woll represented In any other cass
of articles of equal cost.
The BRICK GARAGE
(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT)
First Clnss Repair Work done by experts.
Yes, wo repair Fords, Mid guarantee the
jobr Full line tires and supplies. We
have a few bargains in second hand ears.
1 3 Give us it trial. ' '
TEk Bend Garage Company
WHERE SERVICE COUNTS
E. 11. DRUNICA a M. IIAKER
The BEND WATER DJGHT
, POWER CO.
C.' II. SIIAFER, Manager
Handy to large stores, theatres and banks
Comfortable and Convenient
A Restaurant of high class with very moderate
prices in Connection
ROOM RATES: With bath $1.50 up "
With bath privileges $1 up
The Miller Lumber Company
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