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THE BfiNt) BULLETIN.
HKNU, IlfcHCIIUTKH COUNTY, OIU3GON, TIIIJIWDAV, NOVKMIIKK i!7, I 'III
" ON SPUD LAND
SKS PROTECTION OF
. Kimnfn -r. A iim? .
W 1 lTflU-Di UU1V. J.
M.uiiikci- of J'oliiln Jmhh'iV Amo
billon Sm)i I'iihIium- by Milium
Will Stimulate MiiiiiIhk
Injun Whll Land OuneiN.
I'Diir Unit the iiiiitIiiin" by (loorgu
Kliliiiu, Japano-so potato king, of 13,-
900 tin mi or I ml l)hiK botwonn
Powell llui In mill PrlnuvHlo limy
o farm labor,
ii'unii ii tlnnd nf Japaiios
driving ""I white, farmers, wan nx
PIokhihI Monday by (lux K Htitillr.
iiiuiiiiK'ir of tho Deschutes Vallu ('
(Hto Orowi'in' association. "TJirw
'In no doubt that (Im puruliuKU and
- III.! nnllvlll wlilrh will flllloWMt 5MIW
ri "' ' ' .
greatly stimuiato potato growing in
(Vntinl Oregon," Mr .Studlg twld,
hut If Hi" mime course should bo pin
sued an In other farming district
when Hut Japanese Iihvii gained a
foothold, tho results would bo very
had. II would not mean merely thai
Jupiiuimo would do tho farming ml
the original tract iiriiilred, hut that
wlilto agriculturist whom) faruiH ud
Joined, would ho aiuloiiM to sell, and
'thut tlhidr laudM In turn would go
, to Oriental owner.".
An n means oC pntVontllig, or at-
4 tempting to prevent such an occur
rence, Mr. Htudlg will Introduce, at
tho mat meeting of tho County Farm
llurenu uxecutlvo board, In Itod
utoud, on December (I, resolutions
whlrh will auk an nsMiruiico from tho
owner ot tlm land that only whltu
labor will ho employed, "it Ik snmo
thlliK m which lininedliitn action
should hu tukiHi," Mr. HladlK de
clared. The manager of tho Potato (Irow
eft' mmorlatlon anuoiitired another
ilko In prlcot. $3' now being offered
(or tho bent grodo of Doschotf Val
I r tu burn. Shipping fthin both Ited-
inoiul and lloud I, still light, how
, itir. raurhiiiM IioIiIIiik on "to their
mop In oxpttrtKtloii of n Mill further
(tlliub In (imitation. Mr. HladlK l
of tho opinion that tho wato of high
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.pjiini ,iiiim mil luiivii un viem mini
tliiio during tho uoxl month.
NOT TO BE PLAYED
I'Mllui-e of lleml lo Win (Vnttal
On'Koii f luiiiiplonlili llcleri
1T',l,ortlnil 'IVamx. v ''
That lliuro will hu no ,Thanl(UKv
I iik football riiiiio In lleud wait tho
nuuouuroiiinnt Tuemlny of Principal
Unlpli JnhiiHou, of tho IiIkIi hoIiooI.
lleuuimu tho Vm i;lvou fallud lo
' mil n tho e.linniplonrilil'p In Krlday'H
cnnloHt with I'rluevlllo, Cortland
Ioiiiiik aio iiiiwIllltiK to maku tho
Ioiik trip to Head, and no further
effort will ho mado to hrliiK In un
'; IN SUIT FOR $MO
At tho cIoho of tho hnarliiK lif'C'Ir
null court Tnnsdny In tho ciiho of
tho Flint fjtntu Hank or KiihI Oraud
KorliH, Minn., vh, Androw I-'ohn for
collQcilon of a $110, nolo, JikIko
iiiout for tho dufoiulant wan .kIvcii.
ltyAnndliil & Krsklno rprosgHUMl
Koh, H.'O. Hladtor Hiipt'at'liiR'for (ho
i:HIIUTH OI iJKHKJNJNO.
OUKOON A(HUClM.TimAI. COIi
l.KOi:, Nov. ao. The? npplloi) . .do
kIkuIiib claftti at tho oollpKO will, kIvo
an ijxhlblt Uocomboi' VJ li connoct
lonwltlt fiirmors woelt. Tho thlnga
which tho clrlH.hnvo, piudo thtn.quar
tar will ho on dlwpluy, Tho coiimo
coiibIhIh of bi(Hkotry, work'.lji dyoliiK,
nm,UweRViiK and i?ttiiclllK. It U
,4on'ir tli0"0 auuvtcr course nud will
nr repouioa noxu Quarton
B. W. L & P. FILES
ON THE TUALO
(11 tliiftjil I'reM In 1h llvtul llullMlii.l
HAI.KM, Nor. 24. (oiwlrucllon
of two power pluntH aloni; Tuinalo
Cr(Mlc.nl u, -ott of npproxlmiitely
1320,600 tor ll0 doydopmnnt of
by Ihu lloiid Water.' Msnl & l'owur
Co., wtilnh II led application with the
atiitii eiiKlnoer .Monday for ihthiIb
lon to iiho r.O hocoihI feel of watflr
from Tuinalo Ureolf.
20 YEAR TERM
I MOTION TO OllTAIN NIIW TIllAl
I'Olt MAN fONVHTi:i UV HTA
ti'tohv ritiMi:, is ovi:itiit'i.
i:i iiv. toi'itr.
All attoiupt lo secure a new trial
Nolkou, rnni'lclod In Cii-
cult court of a Mntutory crime
okhIiihI (he minor daiiKhter of Mr
and Mm. Cliarle I'enney, failed
TueMlay wlion Attorney W l Myern"
motion wan overruled by JiiiIko T
K. J. Duffy Tho motion iih b.iHeil
on nffldavltN heoklitR lo hIiow that
nn alibi rottld bo ontahlhihed. but
doponltloiix Inlrodticed by Dlnlrlc't
Atlnmoy A J. Monro worn consid
ered ub dlniirovInK the MtatutnuntH
iiiado In tho affldavllH by pirm
pectlve wltneioieii for tho defend
ant. According to preneat plaiiH,
Hhoriff H, i: KobertN will leavo to
nlfllit for iilein with Nelnon who
In to enrvo 20 year nentenco In
Itohort McOIIIIn. rouvicled ot
punnlnt? worthier checkH, ban al
ready nl a r led on a nix montlm
Jail turni. Whnn IiIh honlenco Ik
couiplcteil, ho tuny bo turned over
to Hood Ulver nulhnrltlett.
TAN O.MMIsSION IH'.I'IDI-M ON
HM I'KIl riJNT, III 1 MM NTS
AIIOVi: IMtOrOHilON OltKil.V
(Jiilcl; action by Coiiuly Ansenior
WT. Miilhuky In obtaluliiK a rulno
of the county uHHcxKinoiit ration to
ffS'por cont, wan won on Monday
whou Iuhh than it wook after hU ap
pearauco boforo tho Htato eiiallzatlou
boaid, ho rtcolvod it let tor from Sec
retary i:. I,. Klulior, of thu Htato Tax
ConinilMlon ituiiouitrlni; tho advance;.
"Thu Htato Tax Coninilslon Iihh llu
ally dotormlitod thu ratio of Do
Hfhulen county lo bo f!8 per cont,"
.Secretary Klahor wrote, "and all pr,p
perlleH tiKHORMPtl will bo apportioned
accoidliiK lo that ratio." i
Mr. Mullarky nkcd for a ratio of
lil.'btiHlnK IiIk requpxt on tho IT, ratio
In effect liiHt your, and tho 4.t per
rout luci ciiho In valuation! madu
thlft year. Tho ratio alroady an.
ununped for DijkcIiiiIuh county, from
wjtlcli ho apiwaled, was A'i, threo
polntH" lower than In 10 IS,
TO GIVE COURSE
ON TRACTOR WORK
oiti'.aoN AnuiciMnntAi. roi.-
.ItUqK, CorvnlllH. Nov, 20. Tractor
HhOi't coiiihoh 'will begin at tho col
Icko' January fi. They will bo rIvoii
ovory four weekH, thu first ono last
Iiir until .limitary HI. Tho Hocnitd
wjll atartv Fobruary 2 and hint until
February 28. Tho third will begin
March t and vnutliiuo until MarchSfl.
ItiHtructlnn n tho selection, enro,
opuriitlon, adjustment, and repair of
farm powor mucltlnory, principally
trac,tor, will bo covered, TlTo vo
palr; work will Include luatruitlon
fit Noltlorluf;, bahb'jitliiK, woldlttfj,
.It's a Poor Rule That
rve cot a ut fe?; yv Ji6??- -
SS To W TMANKTULVS 3 vJfM '
POST TO WORK
KtepH which will lead to tlntroiiRh
cooperation between tho American
Legion und city and county author
It leu In tho effect to rid Central Ore
ttnn of thu I. , woro taken on
Sunday tit a ttpeclal titeut
liiK of Percy A. Stuvcmt Pot No. I.
The exact manner In which this pol
icy will bo carried out In not being
inadu public Tor the present, how
resolution of appreciation for
article appearing In a reennt Ikhiio of
Ilio Labor Ileuder condemning tho
I. W. W. iiiaulfcHtatluu at Centrnlltt
on ArutUtlco Day, wan paused tiiiau
linoiiKly, a rUIng vote leaving no
doubt iu to tho feellngit of the post.
A volo of thanks wan nlsto extend
ed to 'IVAIrCauti, who bottled all
oitlHtuiidlng blllH In connection with
tho ArmHtlca Day celebration at thu
clone of tho program ghen on Nov
ember 1). and to tho Mend Concert
fland which furnished the inutile dur
ing tho evening.
PAYS MORE TAXES
tiicioased prosperity In thu Milli
on n school district Is noted from, tho
fuel, that while n year ago doll'n-
.quell 1017 taus totalled $1,200,
uniy . i..i iiom mo 1918 roll ro
maliiN unpaid at tho present time.
This year JL'.'JOO In taxes was paid,
wltllu. lust .veur thu total was $900.
HITTTMHIH, ALMOST SOLIDLY
t'UNTUAL OltKUON lltUKJATlON COMPANY.
Tl'UN IN 111(1 AIA.IOIUTV
TltKT, A(I,1NST PLAN 'IO lI.OAT 2I0,IH)0
woiuti ohni.v pi:k ci:nt sri:'(Titrrii:s.
Ily' mi ovurwholutlng vote, tho
tnqvonitjnt to vote bonds In tho sum
of $210,000 for tho purchase by tho
O. O. I. district of tho Central Oio
gou litigation company's holdings,
wftH ilefeuted 'In yesterday's district
election returns received today
shpwod. A total of 323 negative bal
lots woro casts, wltujonly 39,fuvor
Ing tlut proposed bond Issue
lit no. community within tho dla
tvIpV whh t outcome, at all In
doVbt, as U Hhown by tho, following
record or votesj " Hcrtmoud, yes ,
MoU'li Torrobonno, "yos uo QD;
Don't Work Both Ways '
IS PATCHED UP
Indoflultu postponement, which
virtually amounts to tt illinnlsal of
the case agulitHt Uohh Karnham
charged with assault and battery
by K. O. Rtadter, canto on Tuesday
In Justice court on verbal authoriza
tion .from District Attorney A. J
Moore:. The hearing hud been set
for 2 o'clock Tuesday.
Settlement of the affair out of
court was effected a short time be
fore, when Mr. Fnrthuin, accompan
ied by P. Myers, culled on Mr.
.Slii'tltor and tho three held an in
formal vcoijfuruuco with tho District
Attnrncy.lMr Myers and Mr Moon
acting in the capacity of peace
makers. At tho conclusion of tho
Interview, It was learned, tho two
attorneys, who.u encounter Friday
afternoon In Mr. Stadter's olllce
caused tho tiling of tho complaint,
shook linnilH, promising to forget tho
affnr. and Mr. Studtcr gave his con
sent to thu withdrawal of the
80 ACRE RANCH IS
BOUGHT FOR $8,000
Minouiicemeut has Just been mudu
of tho sale by J. E."winiur of Powell
lluito.'to K. A. llussott. of his ranch
Must west of the Powell Ilutto sttuo.!
for $ S.I) 00 The lunch consists of SO
acres. nJI Improved, and all lirlgated.
Mr Warner has farmed the property
for tho last sovuu years
BY 323 TO 39 VOTE
opposi:i to pi'HciiAsi: of holih
IN ALL SKtTIONS OK IMS.
Powell llutto, yes 2. no 72; Grnngo
Hall, yus 0. uo CI; Alfalfa, yes 2, no
20; Deschutes, yes 3, no 17.
Tho question us outlined on tho
ballot, was for u $222,300 bond Is
suo to purchuso tho holdings of tho
0. O. I, company In accordance with
tho contract uutered Into butweon the
district directors and tho olllclals ot
tho company last December, nud for
a $17,700 Issue to provide a sum suffi.
clunt to pay tho lit at yoar's Interest,
Doth bond Issues wore to have drawn.
Interost hi tho rate ot six por cent
MRS. C. P. NISWONGER
At Next MrrtlrtK Krt far
Kitrly In DcwiUmt.
Election of officers featured tho
meeting of tho newly formed Wo
men' Civic Icaguo of JJend, held
Saturday afternoon In tho Ilend
Amateur Athlotic club gymnasium.
Mrs. C. P. Niswonger wan chosen
president, Mrs. Charles Manny, vice-
president; Mm. J. P. Koyes, secre
tary; Mrs. N. G. Jacobson, corres
ponding secretary; and Mrs. C. A.
O'Brien, treasurer. Dr. Anna Ules
Flnloy was named chairman of the
liy-laws wore voted on, and it wus
decided that hereafter meeting will
be held at 2:30 o'clock In tho after
noon on the first Wednesday of every
month, at tho gymnasium. A vote
of thanks was extended to Mayor J.
A. Hastes, whoso suggestion Varied
the movement for tho league, and to
tho constitution and by-laws comnlt
tee. An Interesting address by Mrs.
Anna Curry, nurse in the Ucnd
schools, was given, and Dr. Flnloy
spoko ott tho general work which
tho leaguo might take up.
Definite policies to bo worked out
by the organization will bo tdltcn up
at the next meeting and it Is urged
that all women in Dend who aro In
terested In civic betterment, be pre
bent at this gathering.
INTKUKST INt'IlKAKKS IN POP
With crowds of children In attend
ance, the annual Mooso carnival
opened lust night nt tho Hippodrome.
J a was children's night, und Mooo.
money which hud been given away
to the youngsters, was freely-spent
at thu carnival attractions, while
many prizes wero also awarded.
Tonight is Uond night, with a
special musical program and land.ig
as the chief features, und UMuoriow
ovenlug will bo Fraternal night,
when In 'anticipation of .Thanksgiv
ing, many ducks, turkeys, chickens, ,'
und geese will be offered as prizes.
Keen interest In the popularity
contest Is continuing, but It Is believ
ed that many votes aro being hold
rbaolc for tho last day. The standing
announced this morning is as fol
lows: Mlhs Desslo Vuuj-hn, 104,000;
Miss Kftlu Potermnu, S5.000; Miss
LI In Stutsman. 56.000; Mrs, Hernlce
Carlou. 32,000; Miss Wilson Gilles.
7,000; Mlhs Kthol Vincent, 10,000.
DICK SEDER FACES
BAD CHECK CHARGE
Arrt'stwl for Drunkenm-v., He
AiTitlngtnl on u .More Serious
Asldo from tho charge of drunk
ouuess at first pruferrod against him,
Dick Sudor, of this city, was arralgu
ed Monday ufturnoou on a charge
of pabslug a worthless check, drawn
on the First National Hank of Ilend.
for 530, ut the Warner Co. storo. On
tho request of tho defendant, the pre
liminary hoarliiK, Is sot tor to
morrow nnd -bond wus fixed by
Justlco ot tho Peace J. A. Kustoa
Seder was formerly un inmuto of
tho pouitentiary at Saloin whore hu
waa held utter conviction of lurcency
by bullloe, until JI17, when ho' yas
pardoned by (Jovornor Wlthycome,
uccardluK tqjlnfonnutlon In tl)0
bunds ot.qlty.vindrcounty ofH9lal,j
'5TrfBE RAISED " &
INCREASE IS NOTED
Ilutlgt't Ju WltliJn Hit Per Cnat
Statutory Limit County Fnrm
and Llhrnry Appropriations
Arc Nfv Itenii.
Taxes In Doschutes county for tho
coming year, must take caro of ex
penses amounting to $134,314, ac
cording to the budget for 19S0
which was completed lato yesterday
afternoon liyTho County court. Tho
estimated expenses for the year will
total J 144,570, while estimated re
ceipts are set at $10,2r.G. In addition
to the balance of $131,314, Just.
$19.80 lei; than tho maximum al
lowed by tho' six per cent statutory
limitation, tnera fs $6,875 to bo
rulscd to . pa Interact on road
bonds. There wljl also be a.odo
mill tax for market roads.
Notices authorized by tho court
sot Thursday, December 18, as tho
time for hearing of discussion of ull
Items listed In the budget, and, fpr
submission of any objections to tho
proposed list of expenditures
(luii-gcM Aro Seen.
Tho amounts for county
sheriff, county school superintend
ent, assessor nnd treasurer, arb'tno
estimates of the officials themselves,
see these county officials, by legis
lative act, will receive slightly
higher salaries thau during tho pre
sent yenr. ' Klectlon expenses show
higher ttan usual, as two elections
will bo held Tn" 1&20, and widows'
pensions are also advanced.
Two new Items which appear on
tho liudgft arc. the $5,000 appro
priation for a county farm, In nc-
'cordanec with the recotnmondatloR
of the grand Jury, and tho $3,000
library appropriation, made In fulfill
ment of the court's promise earlier
Jin the year to duplicate the appro
priation mauo ny the city of Ilend for
library purposes. The amount' set
.aside for roads nnd .bridges is less
than last year, but this does not
mean that a smaller amount of
money will be spent on Deschutes
county roads, us tlje ono mill tax pro
vided by the murket roads law Is
expected easily to make up thodirfer
enco. The court's estimate of expendi
tures for the coinlug year Is publish
ed elsewhere" In detail Iu these
CIVIL WAR VETERAN,
ANSWERS LAST CAiiL
Funeral services wore held) ,oa
Tliun.da-.v Xrom tho Nlswongor
chapel. Key. fc.' II. Johnson of the
Haptlst church, officiating, for John
W. H. Morris, civil war vetoran, who
died at b.ls homo hero as tho result
of arterlo-sclerosls. He was 82 years
of age. He was a native of Arkan
sas, coming to Rend a year ago. Oao
daughter. Mrs. Jessie Jones, of La
Pine, survives, him..
STATE CHAMBER TO
MEET IN DECEMBER
Decomber 15 and 10 aro setasha
dotes for thu annual meeting ot tho
Oregon Statu Chamber of Commerco
In Portland, according to a commun
ication received this morning tir
President GTnrJes Hall, or the slate
chamber. No fixed, program wllllbb
Ovor-lndulgeaco in vanilla extract
caused (ho downfall of Dick Seder,
who wus arrested Saturday ulght'ou
a, charge ot drunkennM, Sdar'
breath, was atll) highly flavoretlwea
ho was confined lu the olt'y Jail, Chler
of Pollea Nixon stated. A $25v'lfte
tor. a previous offotiM of u. slwllir
natMre, remain unpaid. No time fir
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