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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BUND, OKKGON, FIUDAY, APRIL 71 1905.
W.l(. nUKHIKjM. 0,1 HtlllNltMAfl
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Allofncys mid Counsellor n( l,av
tamllc Hi Klnit nmt I'tiWtAi Com 14
U. C. COE, M. D.
OlM'ICIt OVJtK llAlsit
l'liysldntt and Silicon
Tlll.lfl'llhNII NO. at
liitNM - HRHr.rw:
DFt. B. F. BUTLER
All Klndi of Denial Work Pair Prices
iHDcvlii ItaHklwIMIrii lU'ftl). HKtU.oN
Mr kmh immmdu
. .1. L. McGULLOCH,
Alutnicter mid Uxnnilncr of lilies.
ln yttd Tw lrnlil After
Uh Mint HtHl..
J. M. LAWRIStNCU,
II. . COMMINMOltltH.
Notary Public, Insurance, Township
Plat for Upjier Deadlines Valley.
NOTARY I't.HUC INKL'KANCM
A'. H. GRANT
Liverpool, l.oniloit iSc (Hobo, ntul
Uincnslilro I'lrc Insurance
It I HttlKMArM II OM4 U )'.M4l.. M. II
. I'jiml l'li)Mn
Drs. Belknap & Edwards,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
PUINItVIU.il - - ORHOON
(MUtr at KHf of WlHHf k lime Wotr
SAM S. REYNOLDS
li E N I) 13 A l 13 12 K
N'rr tlir Itcml KrMmir.tnt
Miss Grace Jones
Voice & Piano
h now rity fc tniMl ml ran lr fotiml
. al hi mhUnct w t Ax ' i4 mh
Mutt. HHNU. On
J. W. Bledsoe
KNI. .... IIMKOON.
All NfWttlvr ltrvr.l nt thiplkal
fktHt r I'uiulalifl al Ah Ttwc
rook County Really Co
Real listatc Nought and Sold.
I.lfo ninl Accident
cinrn. in Hi'LiatiH miiniNit HkNi. cm ..
6. V. HELMS
Wntches mid Jewelry Kepnlro
m Reasonable Raton
OIAw lu l.lvliiglori llarnraa HIiihi
. TRIPLI3TT BROS.
Barber Shop & Baths
limit of accommodations and
work promptly done
WAM. ST. HUM), OKKOO:
L. D. WIEST
Specjul iimlificatioiis for
Lund Surveying and Irri
llutldhlg l'luiis uiiil SpeclflculloiiH
"AVtf$ rttnl ''Itooms'alwttys 'bjenn
itiiiVWtU upiltbil"icatoa roasoiiablci
I Ait this $14 95
fill 1 1 1111 j l(f I liUU ?
5o pounds Granulated Sugai4
1 sack Flout'
10 pounds Coffee
10 pounds Rice
20 bars "Diamond C" Soap
10 pounds smoked bacon
10 pound box Macaroni
10 founds of Prunes
10 pound box of Crackers
5 pkgs. Borax Wash. Powder
4 lbs. loose Muscatel Raisins
15 yards Calico
All the above and more too at
The Bend. Mercantile Co.'s
The undersigned ban begun the manufacture of
hrick for the Heml Market and will have
First-Glass Building Brick For Sale
about April totli.
Leave Orders at Office of The
larly to those
who enjoy good
coffee. 1 1 is colFee
p e r f c c t i o n .
Sold In 1 and lb. pj-oma-Ogbt
tini by IurIi nnide groccri.
1. A. FOLQERVQ. CO.
Jtmnurtrn bt rtn'fe CuffnoV
i?ou saw; at
u . m.
Ih Fine I ree More
K. iOAttfim, Pro
Pilot Unite Development Co.
Ice! - Braying!
I am now prepared
and General DrayiVlg
I WILL 1IHGIN TIIU
Delivery of Ice
on Mondays. Wednes
days and Saturdays
Telephone your orders to
FRANK W. GARDENIER
Harness and Saddles:
liKtrnsof AH Kinds
and rirst Class.
G. S. LIVINGSTOfJ,
On lloiul SI. neat to lieu livery burn,
For Sale or Ti'ade. t
'80 ncrc in thb Columbia
Very favorably' .itftated.
NViU,be:old cU Qi" trad
"tftiWr; Wwitptoptttjr '.
iilto.Uifa al TUc Bulletin Office.
LOOKS GOOD TO THEM
Ifillfiboro Men Will Come
To Bend To Live.
only Waiting for autocar
So Say Dr. A. A. Ilurrlsi Who Will
Act n'i Moacii to the FlockSome
Wnht LotiJ, Others Huilness.
Men representing twenty fatnilie
from Ilillnboro, Oreuon, and that
immediate vicinity, men of business
ability and means, nre now ready to
come to lieiul and locate and nre
only waiting for the operation of
the automobile line.
Dr. A. A. liurris and C. C. Hen
uett arrived front Hillsboro last
Friday evening. In a way, Dr.
liurris ih the forerunner of theac
AmoiiK those who have decided
to chftiiKC their homes from
rich old Washington county, to the
eschute& valley are: I'. M. Hcidei.
a leading real estate man, of Hill.s
Iwro; I'. C. Hallanl, U brbr, S
S. Ilarue?., a real ctale and second
hand dealer; W. I. Wiley, Saloon
keeper and capitalist, who will in
vest in lands; T. S. Weathered,
merchant; John Rice, William Cou
u IS and other prominent farmers,
w'o are .selling their lands for
$70 per acre ami coming here to in
vent ami embrace business oppor
tunities. "These are all men of means,
with nice families," said Dr
Ilurrta. "Tbey arc not. coming
with the Idea of xett"K rCM quick
but. like me. after a thorough
iiiveMigation, they believe the op
IMrtuuities now presented and the
future of Itend and the Deschutes
valley make the best field for in
vestment and business ventures in
the state. They mean to make
homes here. I have 40 acres of ir
rigable laud one mile from Bend
and 80 acres three miles out. I in
tend to buy more. I will build a
residence on my land one mile from
town and establish my home there
with my family. I can't express
my enthusiasm for this section
Laud is too high in Washington
county. When the automobile line
improves the jmaseuger trasttporta
tint), so that people can come here
with reasonable comfort, you will see
that hundreds of people will come
iu from the valley and locate.
Some of these men want land un
der the canals for homes. Others
will use their hotueaUad rights,,
while some desire to engage in busi
ness pursuits, and make invest
ments for speculation.
Professionally Dr. liurris is an
osteopath, but says he will not
practice for a year or two at least.
C C. neuuelt is a farmer who
desires to get laud under the canals.
TO TRY TIII2 ISSUl:.
Dud and Prlnevlllo llnwball Clubs
Cross Huta Next Sunday.
The Ikud Uase Hall Club goes to
Priueville Saturday afternoou,
where on Sunday a match game
will be played with the Prineville
team. The latter is said to have a
strong orgauixation but be that as
it may, the home team is anxious
to try the issue witli them aud
whether victory or defeat may be
the result, it will be accepted iu the
true spirit of clean sportsmanship.
Practice has been engaged in on
afternoons this week by the Heud
players aud no pains will be spared
iu the effort to make the first game
for the season n creditnble one.
The personnel and positions of the
teams will prolvably be as follows:
Welder C 1'onl
llilyeu p Itailey
W. Hnwk li Unglclianll
Keeker all Jordau
Kiddle. $ KlleUm
Lae W l)owei
C. Urock If StelTa
Zelmrly 3f Kouiitrg
1'. llrook rf 1'eaU
I,nst week's PrinoVille Journal
had the following:
Heud itUut the enoi thin year with
u strong auxrcgiitlun of ImII towrn, the
buttery Ikbuc coihjxjsimI of two of the
best nornc hide iiinuipuluton, in .the
county , llilyeu is a coJut leaguer mid in
wtlil to liuvo 1111 nkaoi'tuicut of curves tlmt
make it e'eepy feelini; tnke hold gny
ordinary player. Weule,r, who will -port
ltitti Iwhind the btt, U n cleVer
iiack-stoji (Ijtil played in'' excellent' form
inltli);itiuViliist yeof aiiajtist the locals
Aside fioiii tljese two, ' iloth the inCeld
niul otttfidlii well Oared for. M-'verM
now pliy tvsof prOveit yor,th having bectv
ultled .this IVasqit tl tVe fojd.
tin tllfcotler; llhni tlfe rriitcvtllbjunilt
Will K0 p'tet tlici' onpfnent'i witlt t'e
roiifidt'iicc iKirn of rin 800 jier cent stand
111K with which It cIomwI ni mj)1i after
a long lint of victories. Hut few ttllnnue
lintc irecn inwie in tile line up mm in
tllcv.' few limtfliicc strength Int t-ccn
hiIiIimI, no the contest bctwfeu the two
will without doubt be s(irTTeil. full of
ginger ml withitl a good httlbborn txltili
itiou while it Inftl.
Plans arc being made for a scries
of games between these teams, as
well ns 'organisations from Antc
Ioki Madras aud other points.
Lumber is on the ground for the
erection of a colnbined grandstand
and backstop ott the local field,
which Will enable spectators to be
comfortable as well as sofa while
witnessing games. The front of
the grandstand will be covered
with wire netting.
OUR LAND AND WATER
EXPERIMENTS TO LEARN BEHAVIOR
Under Government Auspices Different
System's of Irrigation Will be
Tried at 1). I. & P. Farm.
Professor Samuel Fortier, when
here last week, outlined a plan
for work at the experiment farm of
tlie I). I. & P. Co. a short distance
northeast of town. This will be of
the greatest importance because it
is the first venture in truly experi
mental agriculture in the Deschutes
valley and it is under auspices that
will make the most of the results
Almut six acres of groutid are to
receive treatment on the plan laid
out by Professor Portion This is
on the highland at the westerly
side of the larm a place not so
favorable as the area under the
rim rock but where several difficul
ties common in this country can be
dealt with aud the theories for over
coming them can be tested. Success
there will mean success iu the less
inviting localities, aud of course
the more inviting localities will
take care of themselves always.
At the northerly end of the tract.
in the northwest corner of the field,
a regular area of about two acres is
set off for irrigating under what is
known as the mountain system,
the water being led over the
ground iu smalt ditches, on a grad
ient so slight that damming the
ditches causes the water to over
flow and wet the land.
Next to that is a similar area
planned for the furrow system of
irrigation, iu which the water will
be applied, not over the surface of
the groutid but in the furrows. In
half of this plat the furrows will be
48 inches apart aud in the other
half 30 inches, the object being to
ascertain by experiment how far
the water will percolate through
this sail under such treatment.
Another plat will be watered by
check orcompartuientsystem, being
divided into four compartments by
ridges of earth, each compartment
to be flooded at the proper time
from a canal running on the bound
ary of the premises. The check
ridges are to prevent the water
from washing away the soil or
gullying the laud. The different
compartments will be given varying
quautites of water aud at different
seasons hi order to acertain which
is best for the conditions here.
Next southward will be a plat iu
which sugar beets and potatoes will
le tested under different conditions
of water aud soil. In the other
plats oats will be the crop experi
At another place on the farm
there will be experiments to learn
just the effect of given quantities of
water on given quautttteti ot soil
under certain temperatures. Fortius
purpose tanks will be sunk in the
ground so as to cut off all access to
water except lis it may lie applied
direct. These tanks will be filled
with soil in the some order, as to
Inyers, that it is found in the ojxm
field. In the tanks sugar beets
will be planted. Water will be
systematically applied, differently
to the different tanks, and the
results closely observed. There
will be thermometers to record tem
perature so as to note this import
ant element both ns a cause and an
While Professor Fa-tier has
planned this system of experiments,
the field work of carrying them out
is in the hands of Professor Nelson
and Mr. Ied. Prof. A. 1 Stover,
nuother of the government recla
mation experts, will soon visit this
locality to perfect the work.
If wje haven't What stilts your
fatieVj wil "prodttre- them an, short
tltfticii, Merrill Urdu ConijyaUy.
LIGHT PLANT COMING
For 1200 Lamps of 16 Can
dle Power Each.
POWER FROM THE SAWMILL
Pipe for the Water Works Is Now on
tho Way In From the Railroad-
Telephone to Laldlaw.
The Bend Water, Light & Power
Co. this week placed an order for
an clcctrict light plant of 1,200 16
candlepower incandescent lamps.
The dynamo and full equipment
are to be delivered in Bend in Jul)
when the work of installing the
plant will at once be taken up and
crowded to completion.
This docs not contemplate the
putting in of exposed arc lamps,
but it will supply all the enclosed
arcs that may be desired for street
lighting and other outside service,
or where powerful lights are re
quired. Power for operating the lighting
plant will be supplied temporarily
by the Pilot Butte mill. The mat
ter of a separate power plant will be
WATKR I'lI'K AT SHANICO.
Freighters have gone to Shaniko
to bring in the first carload of pipe
for Bend's city water system
aud the remaining car loads will
reach Shaniko either today or to
morrow. The weight of the entire
equipment will be about 80.000
pounds. As soon as it is all de
livered here work will be rapidly
prosecuted so as to make as little
inconvenience as may be on ac
count of having the streets torn up
for the reception of the pipes.
THMil'HONK TO hATDUAV,'.
Within a week telephone connec
tion will be established between
Laidlaw and this place a distance of
eight miles. The Deschutes Tele
phone Company is now stringiUjg
the wires north and have alreadv
connected Stcidl & Reed's sawmill
with the local exchange. The
poles have beeu iu the ground for
some time for the Laidlaw line.
ONE WEEK'S FREIC1HT.
More Than 68,000 Pounds In From
Over 34 tons of merchandise has
arrived at Bend this week or is on
the way from Shaniko, mostly al'
stock for local merchandise stores
Freighters Hoaglaudand Ostr.mu;r
came iu Wednesday with ther1
freight teams bringing about i
tons. Wells came in yesterday
with five tons. Davis and Garrett
also brought to-horse loads. Otbe
lighter loads have already arrived
or are expected tomorow. Th.
goods Are distributed as follows
Bend Mercantile Co. - - - - .14 .
V.. A. Satber ----- ;
C. A. Chapman in
C. II. Brickfii -.--. - 4 ix
A. II. Linpiiiftit & Co. - - - . n-
Hadley ft Stephens ----- j k
1RRKMTION FLUAtE BROKEN
Sctlon About 500 Feet Long- Went
1 Out Yesterday.
About 10 o'clock yesterdaj
morniusr a soo-foot section of tin.
irrigation flume at the head of tlu
Pilot Butte canal went down At
the time Dr. A. A. Burris was upor
the flume a short distance below tut
break, and two fishermen were
near; no others saw it go. The
Hume was enrrvinir water tn n
depth of three feet, feeding into
both canals. It will take 10 dayh
or two weeks to repair the break.
lu building the big addition to
the flume the sunnorts to tin. firu
flume were rested 011 the river side
and made vertical instead of slant
mg out at the base. Completion ot
the addition would have sirttic-tli
ened ntiy weakness caused by this
cuange, nut inability to get
lumber to complete the addition
left the first flume without proper
.tujijuii. mm wiicrc It rOUIKlS tllC
first point below the headworks the
strain proved to be too much and it
went down with a crash that woke
thfe forest echoes. Mojit of the
material will ba useless for rccoti