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THE BEND BULLETIN.
UKNJ), OKl'.GON, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1905.
W.lt. lUHIMlH, JH
(I C KtlllHllMANN
. (Itierin 6: Slelnemanu
Attorneys mul Counsellors nt law
I'ntMlct III HUlr ami I'Hlrrkl Omul
U. C. COE, M. Di
(UM'IClt OVItK HANK
Physiclait xtiul Jfhii'tfeoil
Tltl.ltl'MONK JJ. H
DR, B. P. BUTLER
DENTIST . .
All Kinds Of lienlal Work Tali Tilccs
IWKc In Hank WiiIWIHk riHNII. OKI'.OO
t , ANtCII
.1. l. Mcculloch,
Almt meter mill livmnliicr of Illicit.
l,iMt tm Tir UmiLmI Aflrr
HIMKVlt.t.M. .... UKKIIIIN
.1. Al. LAWRENCI:,
U. , v"MMIIO.NItK.
Notary Public. IiiHtiruncc, Towiwhip
PIkU r: UpM?r UcsclitlttJs Valley.
NOTARY tTHI.IkJ INSUNA.NCIt
A. H. GR.ANT
I . Agrllt tut
Liverpool, London & Olobc, mid
Lnncasltlroi Hire Insurance
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II. I' llllLKNAP M I) Cll K ltlWAll II. I)
Drs. Belknap Edwards,
, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
PRIMiVll.l.li - ORIKION.
((r l Krtr f U'laritk's tltui More
SAM S. REYNOLDS
15 12 N I) B A k B B R
Ni'Hi the llrml Kcatsuraut
Miss Grace Jones
Voicb & Piano
1 how if.li fur piiisl nl nk I fuuml
m htr itM.IiK "II KM Arnn nl 1MI1
rttrr HKNI OHM
J. W. Bledsoe
UllNII, .... OKKOO.V.
Alt Mtllf I'lfKfrr.l ri. DHplkvIv
llctdm 1'uriililtr.t t Any Time
Crook County Realty Co
' Real folate Bought and Sold.
l.ifo and Accident
1 i'Kk in m in riw itviiDiNit rttii, nitttooN
'Barber Shop & Baths
Heat of accommodations mul
work promptly done
wAlt. T. HUND, Oltl'OON
L. D. WIEST
SK!ciul qualifications for
Land Surveying mul Irri
Ihillillng I'luim and Hpodlk'utlons
I veuientitfbms tt the...
IB I1IIU9 l)l MmPV?
5o pounds Granulated Sug:ar
1 sack Flour
1 ' '
10 pounds Coffee
10 pounds Rice
20 Cars "Diamond C" 6aJ
10 pounds smoked bacon
10 pound box Macaroni
10 pounds of Prunes
10 pound Jiox of Crackers
5 pkgs. Borax Wash. Powder
4 lbs. loose Muscatel Raisins
15 yards Calico
Alt tho above and more too at
Ihe Behd Mercantifl Cos
k.b Store ...
The uildcr.iignVU tins begun the Manufacture of
brick for the Hcnd Mnrkct nltd Will have
First-Class Building Brick For Sale
nbout April tdtli.
THE LEWIS BRICK CO.
Leac Orders at Office of The Pilot Butte Development Co.
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larly to hosp I
wno enjoy gooq.
.coflcc.. It is coffee
&Md li 1 ?ni P lb. jronujtiglit
Uni by high sdc groceri.
j. a. roufeF, cj3.
MinArlor. tl Fllin.CMia
1:1 jrr-if - - - "-w 3 it . tv .-i
VO SAW? AT
TEi ine Tree Store
I am how prepared
and General D raying
I WIIJ, 1IKC.IN TIIU
Delivery of Ice
on Alonclays, Wednes
days and Sattii'days
Telephone ,VoUr orders to
FRANK W. GARDEN1ER
Harness and Saddles
Uxtrns of All Kinds
und Plrt Closs . '
O. S. LIVINGSTON,
011 lloiul ht. next lo new Jfry latn,
, MIIND, OUUdON. ,
' ii.ii il
h'j f T1!!? I IWJ,'? A.MCIWWJiir.'
and .volj tpHWKUc3 leunable 1
SAYS ROAD IS COMING
Oreat Southern Railway to
Build to Bend.
A0NI:Y IS ALRKADV PROVIDED
Will (live Outlet for nil the Rich
Ojunlrv Went of the Des
A Statute dhpiUch pr!ntcl in lntit
iifttlirdny'H Portland Oregonian
M)k of a projected railroad to
Hend nh follows:
John Ilfimrtcli, ireiileiit of tliL-Cn-nt
Miuthrrii Ullw)-, whlrh vrnlcrtlay !
immIUiI h f$,nri,0H trunt ilctfil with tlir
Vbfiiji.ti TrtMt CotniMNy, of Settle.
Mid I'Mlny of liU iHlllilinv; jtjann
"Tlu'i.rmt Southern jIhm an Iiiihh--ilUle
cont ruction of ,$ tii(liof rcwil.Hii.l
i j-riiitl-l umler th tenim of it
nrtirhr of lucorixirttioti to extctnl into
CaliforniH and VllliiKtoil. All cxten
ion m Ut a lleuil, Or., h crrUin l
I itwdt m Mbin as the Immediate con
tmrtiou t)t- i coinpletiil. OradiiiK
furjomilevof trnok i (XMiipleti-d, and
tlH- tffl U011 tl k round for traokdH)
inK. Terminal work at The l)nllet i
under way, and liyjuly 1 we will Inrreaily
to niwrate v in ilea of truck. Thla ex
tt'iiMon Hill take the line a far houth a
Dufur. the heart of a rich fliaicultural
diatrirt It Iih Iteen etttlinatwl that it
col it yet ton to nwe wheat out of
that dUtnct. ami irk- lt crop rcHirtt
ahowe! i.7i.iji Imi.IivU raiteil annually
lu MlilitMin, the dUtrict U rich in ltortt
"The new line run out of The Dalle
wrt of th l)echutMi river, with a
maximum Krade of 1.5. Tlte Mirveysof
the enu ineeriiiK dctiflrtmctit farther itouth
hIkiw tli.U thiKrHilc uill lie decreAMMl"
Whether tins is the railroad that
.shall first reuch Hcnd or not, there
ire J-kj nit df .stri-UKth in the project
which tlidxe funiiliar with the geo
ruphy und resources of the region
will .see Ht onte. The cdtttltry be
tween the Deschutes rivcir ohd the
Cascade runf is rich in agricultural
K)ssilnlit'Ct It produces latge crops
of miiltirid hi uin and has other
tK)wcr which iilx not popularly
tipMi.svl to belonvr to the desert
east i) the river. The Dufur acc-
tion, Kingslc) flat, Tygh valley,
Wapinitia and Juniper flat are sur
passingly productive even now.
Part of the Indian reservation is of
the Hume sort of country, though it
c not now much tilled. The Me
tolns valley also promises large
Unfiic m iiihn products, cattle and
timber, und Squuw creek issiuiilai
This "tjOUte would tuke the rail
road iliotij.li a section already
(juite productive and contain
ing possibilities of develop 1 cut
Mcoud lo no spot in Ore
1 011. It 'ould also get thcroid
southwHnl lx.youd the deep cuiivon
of the IX-thutes, to a crossing at
or near- (lend and to n safe footing
111 the great Central Oregon plute.iu.
One point of advantage of su h
1 r.iihoml has been generally ovei
oked. The Cascade .Moiint.un
itircM reserve is hard by it and ttie
tiinlxr 110111 that reserve will Ik. in
the market, under suitable rcstrn
lions, before mny years pass. The
railroad on the weal side of tl e
Deschutes is sure to command an
important lumber traffic from the
The nitllcUu ii in receipt of a
privnte letter from a man, in position
lo jutk'u pretty accura,t.ly of devel
opmetjl projects in Central Oregon,
in which the following occur, as in
cidental to other matters discussed:
I renltv telie tliat the Great lkuth
ern will Imikl oiioiit from Dufur. They
have gone' ahead with tlmt first yt mile
without haying milch, und in The I Miles,
they lme the reimtatuni of carrying out
their pluux hut an they outline them.
When they nrt htartiil the Dufur road
tteopte urie iiielined to Imigh at them,
hut thev have gone rixht ahead without
much hlitkter or chin imihic.
Portluml'S Chief Trouble,
The chief trouhle in, of couix;, that we
do not full uppreciiite the H)v,ibilitie
of our own Mtk How in.-Miy l'ortlmil
uierchiiuts are fmnilinr its nu cxnmpK1,
with the phyMfnlchnructcrislicaof Crook
coiuit)'? To most of them its inline iug
geU 'nerds of cattle, tlqcks of theep.
IxiiuU or liors.es mid that is all. Any c f
them who in the pbt, lne drueu
through it huc a distinct recollection of
long rides, dust-, or muddy roid). de
pendent upon the scumiii deep couyoii!.,
arid plains, with lit1 re nud there n lonely
rmicli house He c.liiuot tie made to Ik--lieve
that in 10 years from now this will
In; great ntul prosjWrous farming
region. He wit1 there already find men
iiiMitiug hundreds of thousaudsof dol
I.11 in irrigation enterprises which will
place under cultivation hundreds of
thousand of ueies of rich farming laud
He will fiiid hillious of feet of uierchaut
utile tinnier and heiMs anil docks with,
out uumU-r. Alhthut is ilnekiug is the
ordinary tacllitics . for iimrketiug he
products to make the country hlossiiiu
like the rose and to briiii! the resultant
products to otlr very doors.
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1 en )1'ur ii; no one would nave ne
Ihnuduf Shernuit county what Uuow
aelf'i'Vidriit lo every eye; two years ago
none would have hollered itofOilUnm
county. Where stretched mile and mile
of unbroken range land there are now
waving field of grain and the country i
grcwi with the crojH that bring such a
rich harvest to the tiller as well as the
What has lecii done in these counties
can lie done in Crook. All tliatis ueeiletl
is the railroHil lo bring the product to
market, and it is tliat which the pebple
of Portland nhouhl strive with all their
energy to secure.
Like the Columbia Southern.
The Great Aoulhern railway seems to
procnt the only immediate opportunity
for l'ortlaml to retain any of the rich
traffic of Central and Southern Oregon
which is slowly but surely being diverted
to California. So far as can he learned,
this rod ! lcked by irien sm arc not
high in the councils of the big railrosd
men of tin; country. It is even hinted
in some direction that they are not rail
road men, and are embarking on a
acheine of which they know nothing and
which will end in disaster. This feature
of the project, as well as the fact that
the railroad is Wing conitnicted for the
purpose of opening up a new wheat
country, makes il quite similar to the
Columbia Southern, which opened up
one of the ricltesl farming districts 111
the State of Oregon, and in the few
cars hi nee it was built, has added more
wealth to the sUtte tlwil has !eeii created
in that time'aluug nuy similar number
of miles of railroad in the Pacific North
west. FINANCES IN QOOD SHAPE.
Mr. Johnston Talks of D. I. & P. Co.'s
The State Journal, of Columbus,
Ohio, prints the following that is 01
interest in IJcnd, touching the
affairs ol the D. I. & i Co.:
The securities of the Deschutes Irri
gation & Power Company, which have
lieeii iu the hands of several local brok
ers for sdlet hnvc been withdrawn from
the market and no more will be offered
for sale by the company.
In speaking of the prospects of the
company of whose Ironds and stock much
is held in Columbus, General Manager
Johnston, who has jut returned from
Crook county, said yesterday:
"The United States government, as
well as the business men of the West,
recognize the great benefits to be de
rived through irrigation, and the gov
ernment is spending million of dollar
iu Uiis direction. However, I am de
cidedly of the opinion Uiat private en
terprise in this direction is much taore
eiicctive; I am now prepare! to say
without ntiy hesitation, that the Des
titutes irrigation cc lower .uiiiimuj
has the hot irrigation proposition in
the entire Wentern country. I am able
to give spccilic statements to suusiau
tiatc this opinion. Under ordinary con
ditions a business proposition is much
easier financed through the husincM
menu ami acquaintances ol tnc pro
moters ol tlie enterprise Tins line 01
procedure was adopted by the officers of
the company, hut did not prove entirely
"Dur.iu the past two weeks a thorough
and complete examination has been
iiuwe by rortlaivn money eti interests,
incliidiui: a careful analysts of all ac
count--, a personal investigation, to
gether n ah a careful examination of
all w .rk minplcted, after which exam
ination the company had no difficulty in
tiiiuiu in), all iU securities iu PortUnd,
ami the company has nothing to offer
for i-a'c iu the Hue of cither bonds or
"To tlu eople of Columbus holding
mcuntu-i 01 the company, I unhesitat-"K-
Mf your bonds are worth a pre
mium independent of stock, and the
stock ittelf iiidepuiident of bonds is
ininmucalty worth par."
MOVE FOR NEW SCH00LH0USE.
Uourd May Uo Authorized to Build
A petit.on is today lx:ing signed
by taxpayers ol this school district
asking that an election be called to
vote on the question of bonding the
district for the purpose of building
a new schoolhouse. The limit
asked for is ?,tSoo, the understand
ing being that the board will keep
as much within that limit as is
The plan which the school board
has iu mind is to erect a two-story
structure with two rooms on each
floor, this to be so planned that an
addition of four more rooms may
be made when required, without
waste of money iu alterations. The
furnishing of the building will tnke,
a considerable part of the money
"This district is making just the
right move when it proposes to
build a new schoolhouse," said V.
P. Vaddevert, of I.ava, when he
read Of the plans for increasing
school k facilities iu Bend. Mr.
Vntulovcrt ekpects soon to establish
his home here, so he is interested iu
these matters. "I want good
schools,4' Said he. "Nothing ap
peals so sttongly to families seek
ing good latinos. Hcnd can make
itself the educational cctttei.for this
section jtftul I for one will be mighty
glad to see her do so".
t NVoll Paper..
it . lirlt.iUt'f itilMf mllte iAiir
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fnttcj, will-proeurt. them on short
tioicc. MerHll Dtujj Coinpaiiy.
BIG AUTO IN BEND
Makes Easy Run in From
SCOOTS AROUND TUB TOWN
Has Ample Power, is Easily Con
trolled and Is a Oreat Luxury
for Interior Travelers.
The big auto car for the Ik n.
line arriyed in town last Sundn
alteruoon nt 5:30. In it rode Dot
P Ren, manager of the auto line
W. S. Gill, builder of the ln
machine, and ,,Dewey" Tyler, tin
driver. The car pulled up atlhf
Pilot Butte Inn and the passengers
shook hands with Landlord Smith
and then they went with Hugl
O'Knnc to remove the dust fiou
The automobile party left Shan
ko Thursday, with trailer cavyinj,
half a ton of baggage. It was
rough trip through Cow can
yon an'l the trailer, which does no
have rubber tires, was snatchci
along over the rocks in a mannc
that boded no good for it. But it is
now in its own field and it stands
the road all right. The motor ca
cjii yank the trailer all to pieces
without feeling the strain itself.
It was a sort of pleasure excur
sion for the builder of the machine
A leisurely gait was taken anc
irequent stops were made to vicv,
the country and take photographs
Thursday night was spent at bol
ter's and most of the next two day ,
tvere spent at Madras. Sunday
about 1 1 o'clock the party starter
irom Madras to Bend. At Culver
the people showed so much interest
m the new machine that Sunday
school was dismissed and the whole
.school took a ride in the auto. For
4 to-minute ride the children cheer
fully walked two miles back, and
the golden text that stuck pertained
10 chariots. At Forest there was
another hour's stop. The running
time between Madras and Bend
was nbout 10 miles an hour.
Tuesday morning a party of 14
persons was taken up to Lav
island falls and in the afternoot
mother party was given an excur
sion to Wetwcather springs, The
heavy grades of the Siscnjorc hills
were mounted without a strain and
the entire behavior of the machine
was such as convinced all of its
efficiency. Wednesday morning il
Marted on the return trip to Madras
This automobile has four scats
upholstered in leather, each having
plenty of room for three persons
It is driven by a gass engine of
nominal 55 ho-se-power, actual
horse-power. Its weight is three
tons. The tires are of solid rubber,
the weight being too great for
TELEPHONE TO LAIDLAW.
Line Opened Last Saturday With
The new Bend-Laidlaw telenlirm.
line was opened for business lust
saturuay. 1 here was tree sen-ice
the first dav nu 1 nlentv ofneonh-
availed themselves of the prh ilege
of talking to the other town.
Iu the evemne the Satlur nhono
graph was brought into play and a
roomfull of Laidlaw people wen.
regaled with songs aud band music
Nearly a score of Bend phones alst.
got the benefit of the concert.
The line to Laidlaw has nlremlv
become a part of the life of the
community nnd it would, be hard to
get along without it. The toll on
that line is 15 ceuts.
Will Brock, first baseman, was
hit in the eye by a thrown ball at
Sunday's practice which laid bin.
up for the week
The report is current that Trine
ville is importing players for next
Sunday's game, A member of thcit
teanf. states that there is no truth it
the rumor and that the same tcan
will beJ on lmud that played at
Prittevillc lu the last gntne.
The first match game of the sea
son on the home ground will bt
played next Sunday, when th
locals meet the Prineville club
Mayor" A. L. Goodwillie will pitch
the first ball across the plate, open
ing the game. The baud will
furnish music, Admission of 2;
cents will be charged with seats 11
the grandstand. A lively contest b