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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1917)
IlKNI) nVhhlTIlS, IIKND, OKKflON, Till.'HHDAY, OCTOIIKK !H, 1017
Juilao Unite anil Chief NUoti Ami
riwiriMl .Vi'xl Ciihd Up For Cwi
hldenillon In 'Hint of
(From Friday's Dully.)
Al 2:10 thin afternoon tlm
jury In tint cunti of Jackson
(,'llnguii vh, Juntlrn of tho Peace
J. A. Castas ntul Phluf n Pollen
I.. A. V Nlxort returned n uiinii
Imutis vunllrt of nut guilty. Thu
Juror worn out uiiroxliiiiiti'ly
mi hour nml a half.
Tho vordlrt for ihn defendant gltwi
In Ihn $10,000 iliuiuir.it milt against
Judge Hasten and Chief NIxou was
tlui rlliiiiix of ii civil milt which lasted
mi ciillri) itny nml a hulf Vernon A
Foabos anil District Attorney II II
Do Ariiiiinil represented tlm defense
ami N. (I. Wnllmi). of Prlnovlllo. Ihn
plaintiff. Tho null Involved nil ur
rout made In March, I UK, which
Vt'DKiin charged hum without IhkiiI
A Jury for Ihn trial of Fred Kim
lirnwltx wis selected thin afternoon
'flit complaint U Imswl on at attvmpl
to reiiitult h crlum Tlm cam will
lirornwl an Minn as Ihn 12 ninti have
1tn picked. This In tint thlril min
on tho docket of Ihn circuit court '
JiiiIko Kiish-s On Htuml.
Juilr.n Kan l ixi wiin on (ho stand
nmiT.il hour ilurlin: yesterday after
iiifon mnl evening, lie recounted ihn
nrrent of Jackson Cllngun for the
theft nf tho lutit belonging to Nick
welder. According to the Htory,
Cllngon waa fined 110 for mil nml
given four ileyn' time In which to
pay It. Tho innu failed lo appear anil
JtiDio Knstcs Issued a warrant for
til? arrest for contempt of court.
Ohlcf NIxou uah sent after Cllngen
liut wuh not Riven the warrant. When
lio was brought to court ami refused
to pay. after tint time allowed hud
oired, Im wan confined o Jail until
Nonivouo eUn paid the money
Chlof NIxou supplemented thin
utory with a description of IiIh ex-
piirloncen with Cllngon, Mo stilted
that Cllngon huil hIiowii lilm money
Miifflclnnt to innio than cover tlm
film hut profundi to go to jail. HIb
wlfu wan permitted to vliilt him nml
hail rouiu ami remained all day, oven
to bringing her' lunch. Him offered
to halt him out hut Cllngon anliud
her not to do this ami waited sov
oral ilaya liuforn ilwldltig to pay tho
HajN .fall Condition OimxI.
Ah a reason for havlni: liinni slow
to collect tho money or Cllngon,
Judge Hastes said that lie had tried
to hn lenient with tho primmer after
hearing that he had a faiu-iy.
Witnesses for tho plaintiff yestor
day inoinliu; were Hurt Uvnns, Chris
Amleriion and Mm AnilurHou. The
ilnfomlautH called on thu stand (). V
II, Itlley, DkiiiiIh O'Connor ami Dan
llourlKiin, who testified iikhIiikI
Cllngon' reputation for honesty. Dr.
It. ('. Con wait altio nuked to describe
the tiuultary condition of the jail
which Ihn plaintiff had declared wan
exceedingly had at the time of hi
conflnniuent. Dr. Con stilted that It
Thu attorneys for tlm defendants
yesterday afternoon moved for lion
Hiilt hut tla Im hus denied. After tlm
witnesses had been heard, argument
on the part of the attorney wan
Tlm principal part o fthe argu
ment liniwomi Altornit) Wallace and
Forbes Dint night consisted In doeu
imiutary exhlhltN which tlm defend'
autN dos'.rcd to enter an testimony
and which tlm plaintiff ohjuiied to
VKKDICTIN FAVOR OF
(Prom Tiif'Milio'n Dally.)
A erdlit In favor of tlm defeime
wii r' turned lant uikIiI ' thn col
lection milt of A II. Kmehuiiet vx.
N J Wlll'ainn tried )e:,.dw Hi Ihn
circuit court. Attorney .1 II rp'.oti,
of I'rluevlllH, appeared for WllllauiM
-ind II II. Dh Ariuoiid for I'd plain
tiff. KMolionci moiikIiI to olitaln
money nxpemli'd durliiK two luouthn
fur Ihn earn of 1'harlnn JuiIru, who
died early In thu minimer.
RY WRECK OF WAGON
'I'ciim llienliM 11 out I'listenloK lit
Depot When li lh(nMl liy
(From TucDilay'M Dally.)
Day Hcattered aloiiK Dlvlnlon
Mtreet, a broken tnluphoni) polo ami
finally a wrecked wa;on, marked thu
fllftht of a team of homim bolonclni;
to Aium'H barn, which wan ntaitlod
by a pannlm Hpeeder on tlm railroad
trnckH about H o'clock yenlorday af
ternoon, Tlm team, which had beau
driven by Hill Taylor, wiih tied nt
tho depot avwillliiK thu appenranco
of tlm driver when tlm kukoIIiio car
cIiiikkciI nloiii; tlm track. Ktnrtlcd,
tlm liunicn broke their fuHtenlnKH and
raced two blockn up thn Htrnet until
checked by tlm wacon IonIiik It bul
nnce nfti.T ltd load of hay had buen
OLD PEYTON GRAVELY
MADE THE FIRST PLUG
Of TOBACCO THAT CVER
JAMAICA GINGER IS
CAUSE OF ARREST
(Prom Monday'H Dally,)
A too ohvlntiH iIokii of Jamaica clu
Knr Imit ulKlit raiiNDil tlm arrciit of
Joe JohtiHlon, In llantlnun addition.
Kpeclal Officer Jay HuUman found
tlm man nml bronchi him In to tlm
Jail for tlm nlcht. Ho appeared thin
mornlnic buforo JuiIro M. ('. I'llln nml
waa fined T and nnntuncud to 25
dnyn In Jail, On payment of the
fine nml a proinlmi of Rood behavior
tlm term In Jail wuh suspended.
Htmiwri: (jkoijnd ruo.i:.v.
(I'rom Tuenday'M Dnlly.)
I'rozuu uround was discovered two
feet under tlm nurfneo on tlm sunny
south side of l.ava lluttn osturday
by tho road crews nt work bullilltiR
cinder bunkers. Tlm volcanic earth
was Ice cold and full of crystals In
spite of tho heat of thn afternoon.
. i nu rirtN
. IEVER MADE
stvmm A5 GOOD
'in, w j&:..r . "A-
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M. - riNSi .-v. .:r ,7 -Wtf.iv- ---
' Jim ink ' ' Hi ' c Ji'Ml&
wwm, ill", vwfai iLsm
OF OUR PATEHTAIP-PROOF POUCH
GRAVELY PLUG TODACCO
MADE GTPJCTLY TOR nS CHEWING QUALfTY I
NOV THE PATENT POUCH KEEPS IT
FRESH AND CLEAN ANOOOOD
A LITTLE CHEW OF ORAVELY IS ENOUGH
AND LASTS LONOER THAN A Did CHEW
op nnniNADv oi nr.
JtJi.QrnvclySbCaccoQxDAiiriut.VA. "7.rM",s '
TAKfT IT FROM BILLY POSTER,
MI5 BILLBOARDS ARE
SPREADING Trl GOOD NEWS
it &. f Btih
aSX)v, - I
(Continued from I'ao 2.)
Htucke ranch one day thla week, tuk
ltiK IiIh drill homo with him.
Hooper Dyer took a baud of Cald
woll'fl Mhcep to the dlLch. 11. II. Con
away Is brltiKhiK another band In
from Hand HprluK".
AUTO PURCHASED BY
POWELL BUTTE MAN
Priil llniitii MiHrs Onto WurMHIvr
ltanili Al. Juris Icaws
(From Tuoidny'a Datly.)
(Special to Tho llulletln.)
POWKM. MUTTB. Oct. JC Mr.
ami Mrs Heaves Wlllcoxon and Mrs.
Hosb Mussott were In Duml on Mon
day of last week
Ilolln Ilowrnun and Lloyd Hussctt
hnuleil lumber from tho Orowollor
rrll several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon made
n trip to Cllno Falls Tuesday of last
Kd. Darnard made a trip to Dcnd
Monday of last week.
A. W. liayu has purchased a new
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shearer, Iluth
.Shearer and Mrs. M. Orowrdler went
to tho Orowoller mill on Friday. Mr.
nml Mrs. Hhearcr and dnughtcr re
turned on Saturday, MrH. Orcweller
remaining to visit with her son and
Frank Hayn, of Deschutes, visited
with his son, A. W. Hayn, on Thurs
day ami was accompanied homo by
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hayn, who re
turned the Bamo evening.
Mrs. K. A. Hussott and mother.
Grandma Hrown, came out from
Prinevlllo on Friday evening, remain
ing until Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Hcrt Keynolds and
Mr. and Mrs. Klmor Covert visited
friends here Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. Fred Drown haro
moved onto the Wurzwoilcr ranch,
formerly farmed hy wm. Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hayn and J. A.
Hlggs attended tho show In Ucnd
Mr. and Mm. Allen Wlllcoxon and
Harriett Wlllcoxon visited at tho Oro
woller mill on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Hall, son Krncst
and Mrs. Tom Casey made a trip to
Cove Orchard Sunday.
Al Juris and mother left tho first
of last week for Astoria whore Mr.
Juris hopes to rogaln his health.
Mrs. Alma Hall moved to Prine
vlllo on Sunday whero she Intends
to spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. D. It. French and
Mr. French, 8r motorod to Fort
Klamath and back last week.
The baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Ora
Foster, who has been very III, Is some
Sco J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
mi i.i, iNKPi:rnii 111:111:.
(From Monday'H Dally.)
M. II. Allen, of Pendleton, state
factory Inspector, Is hern on his rcg
ulnr trip to look over thu Mend mills.
On h!s last trip In thu spring ho
found conditions very satisfactory.
Mr. Allen Is much Interested In thn
women working In tlm lumber mills
mid expressed appreciation of tho
spirit shown by thorn, lleforo com
ing to Mend Im was at Prlnglu Falls
several days Inspecting mills In that
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