THE BEND BULLETIN. voi in JJUNJ), OKKUON, FRIDAY, JUNK 16, 1905. NO 14 PROFESSIONAL CARDS UMt, (SlfllHIM.jH. O.C. NrMimjiUNN Oticrin & Sluinumaun Attorneys mtd Counsellors nt Law NorAHIIM I'lMII.IC -I'mcllt In HUtt nml I' uli 1 nl Couila lll(Nt) OKKUON U. C. COE, M. D. Ol'I'lUt OVKK HANK Physician and Surgeon TKI.KI'IIONK NO. 31 MINI) ' OIIHCON DR. B. F. BUTLER DENTIST All Kinds of Dental Work Fair Trices Examination Fkhh llfm. lit fMrik iMIkllMK IIKNII. OKIMUN klUI. Npi ATM Wdrtllir AMI H'l.ll rkn tnein imn-iixtv. .1. L. AlcCULLOCIt, Abstracter and I!;iiiiIiut of IIU0.1. I!! jk.l.Tm. IMtknl Afltl fur NHKriH(i, NlMKVII.Mt, . OKKUON J. M. LAWW?NCI, U. H. COUMIlMlMNKH. Notary PiiUlic, Iiittiruiice. Township 1'lnw for UpiHJr Deadline Valley. 1111X11. (IHHnilN. .MOTiKV 1'CHt.lC INMUKAMCI! .A. H. GR.ANT Anl M Liverpool, London A (Jlobe, nml Ldiictislllro I'lrc limtirniicc Companies. MINI), OUIKION II. I' llNlkNAfM II Cll l(llWAhl.M It l'HHty t'hy4iH. Drs. Belknap & Edwards, PlA'SICIANS AND SURGEONS. PHINIIVII.U! OUIUION Dl'fur at Kmir vf WlHiirk' In mk Mr Miss Grace Jones itACMCM or Voice & Piano bow rrady for pHutl ) cull Iw foutHl ut htr fMc mi K Atrrnur ii Mh Wr.l IIKNII )HH J. W. Bledsoe PIIOTO(IRAI'lll!K IIIINII, .... OKKUON. AM Nullw f'rxi!l ! llutikatr I'ktum I'iiihWw.1 t Any rimr Crook County Realty Co Keal Iistatc Itomjlil and Sold. Life uuJ Accident INSURANCE. opril: IN ki'lLtitlN mil.uiKd nrny, orHh TRIPLET!' BROS. Barber Shop & Baths lk-.it of iiccomiuodntioiiii and work promptly done WAI.I. ST. , riKNI), OKKUON L. D. VVIEST Civil Engineer Sjvial qualifications for I,.. ml .Surveying and Irri gation Work. IiUND ORIinON NOTICE TO THE FARMERS! COME AND SEE US! 1 1 r 1 S i t 1 v . f 1 ) I 1 1 I IF YOU WANT THE BEST Woven Wire Pence and Barbed. Wire Wagons, Buggies, Mowers, Rakes, f Jf fcttl l-lri tlfttifr I Builders' Material, Kooiiug maiiuoici, Doors and Windows, Pain Is and Oils, Blacksmiths' Materials. Hardware, Tinware. AI.SO IIIZADOUAKTEKS FOK Till' BEST GROCERIES AT TI1I1 LOWEST I 'RICE. 13 11)1. Pry flnuiu- (I A A .10 1.55 .95 llh. Cnn l'.viixir a led Cioitm 50 lbs. Priueville Flour l kI can To- (t ( iiiato Catsup J? . V J .1 gat. keg $ J C Hill's Pickles fi.O .25 .25 wn defy cu.MPirrrrioN. Bend Mercantile Co. I gal. can Royal Club Syrup 2 cutis Tomatoes 2 cans i Com ORDERS Should he left with J. H. OVERTURE Phonn 2d. The Lowis Brick Co. ; now has brick for sale at the Barney Lewis j 00000 homestead, two miles j from Bend on the Sis- j ters road. Deliveries Tjin I nWic Rrirtr Cn will be made on 24 i,lt LtWlb DIMi L0- hours notice. Bend, Oregon Because we are selling the same and better quality at a closer margin is a very good reason why you will find our store ' tho best place to buy anything in the line of Groceries, Drygoods, Furnish ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and Doors, Paints and Oils The PINE TREE STORE IS. A. SATMUI', PROPRIETOR FOR.RENT OFFICE ROOMS TWO Well-lighted and con venient rooms in the Bank Building NEW SPRING STYLS LADIES' HATS AND TRIMMINGS. To the Ladies Of Bend: I have opened up n new millinery on Wall street, first door north of the U. M. store, carrying n full line of new and up-to-cltite goods; Call and inspect them. MRS. H. CRABTREE, Bend, Or. PRINEVILLE IjlC L4V,vVxtli,t Tal .s and' Rooms always clean and well Hitpplld"Katcs reasonable PILOT BUTTE INN DAN K. SAllTU, Proprietor IfJs.lc!?ss. llP!1".1 Fine Rooms and Hed.s All stages stop at the liotol door CHANGE OF k YEAR The Sagebrush is Fading Away. SUPERSEDED BY PINE FIELDS Trntinformntlon nt the lixpcrlnant I'flrm or the I). I. & l. Co.-- Crops In llxcellcnt Condition A year tmu the I'riucvillc road leaving hcrid plunged into a sage brush and junipvr wilderness brok en with rocky ridges, as soon as the town wmleft, and for 20 miles there was nothing to break the monot ony of the journey, nothing but the mile iksK Now a number of thrifty settlers arc "doing business" in this stretch of country, which is 'already won to usefulness and beauty. Within two miles of IJeiid, along that rond, about 250 acres arc in crops for the first time and many more acres will be ready for fall sowing. A year ago this was a rouged .Icheerless, forbidding region. Water, labor and brnins have worked the transformation, and there never was a greater change in any part of Crook county .Starting from town there is the Wiest houiustciul, on which 40 acres have been cleared and arc now green with growing grain. A little beyond is the lilhs tract of 80 acres of ditch laud, half of which has lx.tfii clt.ired and is now being plowed for .sowing. Next t'o tlwt I)r Coons tins a tract of 40 acres, most of which is now green with growing grain. Then comes the experiment farm of the Deschutes Irrigntiou & Power Company where 100 acres are devoted to model farming. Hurkholtz and Heau have about 30 acres newly planted on their respective tracts ml'oiuing the experiment farm. Ilcyond conies the ranches of Adam Kot.mnn. the two Ifcudricksousaud others dotting the desert and re deeming it to profit and beauty The clearing and leveling and flumiug and ditching have brought thccompany'scxpcrimcut farm into fine condition. The clearing and leveling has been in charge, of Charles I?. Reed and the prepara tion of the soil and seeding and cul tivation of crops has been under the sujwrvision of Professor Klias Nelson The results so far attained are .so highly gratifying that Super intendent Rowlec takes much pride in showing visitors the place to illustrate the possibilities of the Deschutes irrigated lauds. Three forties are included in this experiment farm. At first it was supposed that less than two forties could be cultivated, for it was a rather rough and unpromising tract The remainder was supposed to be good pasturage. Now it is found that 100 acres of the land is ex cellent for uops, leaving only 20 acres of waste or pasture laud. And the reclaimed area makes one of the prettiest farms in the country One of the first surprises for the visitor to these thrifty farms is the soil, which does not at all suggest the desert. It has good color and stays where put. The drill rows of gram show clearly across the fields The "checks" 11 ml furrow? em ployed in irrigating do not mar the lots at oil. Water is introduced on every part of the experiment farm. It is applied in various ways to various crops in various conditions and a careful record :s kept of Hie results. Grain is subjected to irrigation by different plans. Heels in experi ment tanks have the water carefully weighed out to them, the quantity varying from .nothing to complete saturation. It may be said in passing that just how the results seem to favor a very small artificial application of water for beets. I'lom the evaporation tank it is found thus far that the natural evaporation of water in this locality is about air inch a day. That is the surface of the water is lowered an inch in n day. At the end of the season this will afford basis for surprising calculations. Aside from the experiments with water, and not less important, came the experiments with plants. There is a great variety ot crops on the 100 acres of model farm. One plut has 1 1 kinds of lettuce. Radishes, turnips, currots, potatoes ami Other roots appear for their proper atllount of attention. While the experi ments with these products ate in progress they are tried On the market, and they nrc snapped up m a uurry. in more delicious vegetables than come from the new farm. There arc fields of oats and vetch, oats and peas and then the three sowed .separate. There are dry land crops and wet land crops. Some were put in very early and some planting is yet to be done. Mr. Nelson thinks very early seed ing will be bent fo' some crop and very late for others, but middling early seeding has not been satisfac tory this crthoti. A combination of cool nights and hot days that fell between the two extremes did some damage. The practical side of the enter prise is not lost sight of while theories are being tested. The ex periment fields will yield large quan tities of roots, grain, vine products and forage at this season's harvest and the income from these will go a long way toward paying the ex penses of the experiment work. This farm has already proved a gratifying success. Only the size of the success remains to be demonstrated. ARRANGING CELEBRATION TWO GAMES OF BALL SCHEDULED Many Other Sports, Fire Works, Oratory and Everything to Make the Day Orcat. Two weeks from next Tucsdax the people of the city of Hcud and surroiiuding.couutry will celebrate the I'ourth of July in a manner that will long be remembered if the present plans of the committee on celebration are carried out. A lengthy programme of interesting and exciting events has' been ar ranged, beginning with a big pa rade in the morning and ending with an out-door dance, in pavillion 100x100 feet especially erected for the occasion. After the procession in the morn ing the crowd will repair to the speakers' stand, where scats will be provided in the shade of the pines, for those who care to indulge in this part of the entertainment. A number of speeches will be delivered by good orators and prom incut citizens, with patriotic songs and music. In the afternoon the most in teresting part of the programme, for the young people, will take place. There will be horse races, sack races, egg races, flag races foot races, fast and slow races for young and old, fat and lean, mar ried or otherwise. The boys wil' probably be given a chance at the greased pig and there will be lemon ade, ice cream, peanuts and cracker- jack in abundance 1 wo games of base ball, one with the Priueville, and one with the Warm Spring Indian team, arc also on the lis' of events, and the Indian brass baud will assist our own band to furnish music for the day. Come to Bend and celebrate the. Fourth. Same Old Story. The Priueville ball team played the home boys again last Sunday The score was 7 to 16 in Bend's favor, which is about all that may be said of the game. It was a one sided affair from the start and every one lost interest. Bilycu pitched good ball for Bend and the home boys' fielding was also a feature of the game. The visiting team played in hard luck from the beginning and the home boys piled up a big score in the curly part of the game. In the fith inning Prineville's catcher, Ford, got n hot foul tip that put his right hand out of business and retired him from the game. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S Priueville o o 1 o 1 o 2 1 Bend 2 5072000 9 2 7 16 Satisfied and Confident. Mr. and Mrs. S. S Barnes have come over from llillsboro to make their home in the Deschutes valley. They have taken 160 acres of Col uhtl ia Soutl-eru l.md nnd are about to cuter goveriuiieut land also and may possibly buy somedeeded land; for they are greatly pleased with this country atid have confidence that How i the tittic to get hold of property that will make them a fortune in a few years. The climate Of this region they find quite de lightful, W. it. Guerin, jr., gave au in formal dinner party Wednesday eveninc for Messrs. Stanley. Hod- Nouiau ever set tooth I kins, Hammond and Sharp. TO GET SUGAR PLANT 6,000 Acres Near Bend for Sugar Beets. STANLEY 6i HOPKINS AT UF3AD When Land Is Producing Mill be Bullt-'Startlnsfof an lm porta nt Industry. Will Secretary Fred S. Stanley, of the D. I. & P. Co., and F H. Hop kins, until recently of the brokerage firm ol Downing & Hopkins, came up from Portland this week and se lected 6,000 acres of land on the Central Oregon canal a dozen miles southeast ot Hcud for a beet snar enterprise. This land will be taken by their friends who will at once begin improvements and expect to raise a crop next season The plan contemplates the building of a sugar mill and having control of enough production to insure its success. Outsiders will also be encouraged to raise sugar beets and the size of the mill to be constructed will be governed by the amount of land put in to beets. "I believe there is no part of the United Statts so well adapted to the beet sugar industry as this locality," said Mr. Stanley. "We have ex amined the question pretty thor oughly and arc convinced it will ic unusually successful here, so we arc going into it with confi dence. We have selected the land, Wuter will be flowing out to it in the coming two or three weeks nn J the work of clearing and prepjring the soil will then be taken up. We expect to have a crop next season " It was suggested to Mr Stanley that better transportation facilities would be necessary for a successful sugar industry "You may read our faith by our acts" he responded. "We realize that a railroad is essential to the development of such an enterprise and in the face of such realization we are going right ahead. I thor oughly believe there will be a rail road to Bend next year." Mr. Stanley would not go into let lils but he intimated that this railroad would connect with the Columbia Southern. He spoke, however, of another line that had money up for a preliminary survey through this region. "Portland money has awakened to the necess ity for a road to Central Oregon," snkl he "and it has taken a position that wilt insure the building of such a road." i.5 I.Ol i5 5" l.o y i. 00 I. no WATER NEXT WEEK. Ucnd to Oct Service Sooner than Was Promised. The work on the Bend water system has progressed so fast that the company expects to turn water into the mams next week for a pre liminary test It will be some days, however, before regular service will 'hj inaugurated Following is the schedule of rates decided on, which ts still subject to some change: Monthly Watkr R.vths. Hakerics .... llarbcr shop, one chair, Kach additional chair Oath tub in hotel or public use, one tub ..... Knch additional tub Private bath tub ... Blacksmith shops, i fire Each additional fire nutcher uhops ... Churches .... licneral laundries J5 to rnvaie lauiiuncs, - special Residence rate, 1 family - . 2. Closet - - - .51' Hotels ..... 10.1'iu Ice cream, soda and billiard jurtors 3.1m Ixlging houses . . fi.sn to 5.0 Lawn bpriukling, 50 ft. lot - .. Uliiceri and public nails Photograph gulleriea Printing offices, 1 liand pros Power presses, special Rcstauruuts .... Saloons ..... Sidewalk mid street sprinkling and u imlow washing, cuch 35 ft. or less Kach additional 35 ft. Stables; I.ixery and feed, (iuclud lug carriage wasntiiK) Private, each animal I'ngiiicsaud boilers for xuer and Mc.iui 1 lent, special Public closets in hotel, mIiioii-l etc., 1 closet 3.l Kach additional clo.'t - - i.u Urinals, public . 5a Urinals, in stores, oflices, etc. ,5s Stores: Drug .... j.oj General merchandise i.ju Grocery and others - j.j. Where hydrants arc in the house lawn sprinkling three hours daily is free thit year. When there are combinations of uboe claiCcntioiiK special rates will bo made in order to make theui reasonable and Just. In ntftVinj these rates the companv has )een cuiued by the experience and practice o( other towns similarly situaUd, l.utt J.O" t.Otk 4.0U 75 lo.ik. 5"