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VOL. J II
BUND, ORKGON, FRIDAY, MARCH n,
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bund, - Oregon.
W. P. AtYERS
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Lam4 (Mr B.I llHMnl M ItK IMfftor,
Ati cNf l priic.
Office, - Laidlaw, Oku.
0. C. COE, M. D.
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Crook Counly Really Co
Real Estate (taught nuJ Sold.
Ufa riHii Accident
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Barber Shop & Baths
lk-t of accommodations ajuI
work promptly done ..., ...
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detection mut convic
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who in any way will
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I have completed nrrniiKcmcnts whereby I can
hntxllc n niimtwr of good timber datum, iu the Dcs
chuten timber kit, ntoitcc. Title must be perfect.
. I liave ntccial iuriiiry ju.it now for land iu T ps.
a 1, 23, 23 mid 2. 8., K. 11 K.. nnd if purtic owning
hind tliure will comimiuicute with me, it may result to
the advantage of all concerned.
J. TN. HUNTER,
General-Cruiser and Land Locator
Because wo arc selling the same and better
quality at a closer margin is a very good
reason, why yon will find our store the
best place to buy anything in the lino of
Groceries, Drygoods, Furiishr
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and Oils
IFe PINE TREE STOR.E
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No matter how bic the bird, no matter how heavy its plumage or
wift IU flight, you can brine It to ban with a lone, alronc
attaicht thootini; Wmchcater Repeating Shotcun. Utaults are what
count. They always cive the beat reaults In field, fowl or trap
shooting, and arc told within reach of evsrybody'a pockctboolc.
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WINCHESTER HEPEATINC ARMS CO., New IIavcn. CONN.
Do You Want to
Sell Your Land?
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ilerc U your jptiortuuity to
inft yuur whtTtlaciiient in
two iivwMH!r for tlie prlvc
I'or a limitwl time nil "1'or
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Oregon Daily Journal
ONE .CfiNT A WORD.
The Journal I tho lxnt cir
culated nownpnper In Oregon.
It uooh daily into 33,000 ltoiniw
mid ronclieti tlml huge ruiy ut
pwjpln who are coiutautly buy
iny nuil Milllni: Hiiuetliiui;.
When you go to Portland
call nt The Journal office nml
see the lnruimt unit bent new
pjer prcMtiu Oix'gon. It will
print, iHte, cut i'nV; fold pa
per iu four colorn .with one
ttiiprckkion nt the ntofjl.noo
mi hour. ViaUorifWolcoiue.
People In innny states look
to'lliolleml lliilletln for In
.(urnmUon of Central Oregon.
Send Miur ndvertikeiueutu to
The Ilcnd Hullvtln ofllco nnd
wc will wrtul copy to The
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How to (Irow Alfalfa.
Following is taken froniFnrmcrV
liuljetlij No. 215 on alfalfa groy
"k is very iVnjrf?' that cspccfjtl
attention be given to the prepnra-
i)lnnaed to row ulHfc, Not being
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providetl with creeping roots or
btctns the plant will not spread as is
the co.se with such grasses as Ken
tucky Muegrnss or Ilcrtnudn grass.
The individual plant becomes larger
each year by the increasing sue of
the crown, but lnre spaces in n
field will not be Illicit in except as
new seed may be sown. Further
more, the young alfalfa plant is
quite tender and iicasily crowded
aside or choked out by weeds or
checked in its growth by lack of
moisture or by unfavorable condi
tions. 1'or these reasons it is high
ly desirable that a perfect stand be
obtained by the original seeding.
The mechanical preparation of
the soil immediately preceding sow
ing depends much on its condition.
1'or best results the field should be
prepared ns for a garden. There
are localities in the western half of
the United States whuro the soil is
of such it nature that plowing is not
necessary, especially if the field can
be irrigated, but iu the Kastcru
states plowing, thorough harrowing
nnd the use of the disk, roller or
plank, according to circumstance,
Is to be advised. Subsoiling has
been recommended but this is usual
ly unnecessary. Iu the dry regions
where the bttbsoil is compact, sub-
soiling will incense the water-hold
ing capacity of the tfoil. If the soil
is wet by rain after being prepared,
and is then harrowed as soon as it
can be worked, there should result
an excellent seed bed to receive the
It Is not best to sow alfalfa on
freshly plowed laud, for a loose"
seed bed is unfavorable to the young
plnuts. One or two good ,rntus tie
fore seeding jriinrdvl' the, coudittcti
of the seed bed. It should be ha,rt
rowed as soon as in condition aficf
each rain,'Yo keep it from baking
before seeding. , Alfalfa should not
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a grften crop
sholilif be nl!
terial ttfdectiy std'ttie'cfsul' 0 he
worked out by ore or two rams.
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CHANGES IN D. I. & P.
New Men In Charge of .Ir
C. M. RfiDHELD IS MANAGER
. 0. Johnston, on Account of Poor
licslth, KetlrcA from yManogcmcnt
P. S. Stanley Is Successor.
There has been a general change
among the IocnI officers of the Des
chutes Irrigation & Power Com
pany. F. S. Stanley of Portland,
the company's secretary and treas
urer, was in Itend the first of the
week and verified the rumors that
were floating around last week,
modifying them, however, some
what. F. C. Itowlee, who has been
superintendent of the company's
work here in the field since.it com
menced oerations, hai resigned
and his resignation took effect
April 1. To a certain extent the
office of local superintendent has
been abolished. C. l. Ued field.
the company's chief engineer, has J
been appointed to the office of local
general manager, ami J. C. Lewis
to sujieriuteiident of construction.
Mr. Red field, in his new office,
will liave general supervision of all
work iu the field, while Mr. Lewis
will have charge of all const ruction,
material and supplies.
Mr. Stanley wa noncommittal
as to whether he has succeeded J.
() Johnston as general manager of
the company. It appears, however,
that Mr. Stanley will have general
supervision of the work here dur
ing the next few mouths, and says
he will make visits here every two
weeks to keep iu touch with all
progress. Mr. Johnston isin very'
poor health and his physicians
liave forbade him to attend to any
business matters whatever for some
time. Mr. Stanley, accordingly,
j takes charge.
Asked regarding the building of
the dam at Item! for the diversion
of water," Mr-. Stanley had nothing
new to say except that the exact
tunc for constructing the dam had
not yet been considered.
Church of That Denomination Started
The Methodist people of Bend
and vicinity have organized into a
church society and will hold preach
ing services here every two weeks.
The society starts with about 25
Rev. V. V. Tintteltc. M. E.
nastor nrPrhicvillc, enmc to Hcnd'
last Thursday and held preircltiug
services iu the church on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday evenings nnd
two services Sunday. As the re
sult of his work here, the above
organization was perfected. Acting
under authority front the presiding
elder of this district, Rev. Skipp
worth of The Dulles, Rev. Jiunette
made arrangements to place a
pastor over the charges iu a cir
cuit comprising JJeud, Redmond,
Laidlaw and Sisters, and Rev.
Coons wus assignett the work.
The first services will be a week
from next Sunday, .
NEW FliGD SHGD.
Aluizlg Is Building a Largo One
on Uast Oregon Street.
Bend people are gutting ready
for the tide of travel that is sure to
come through tins country me
next few months. R. B. Mutzig is
buildimr lame, commodious feed
sheds on his los oif- east Oregon
street in block s. The structure
will be 150 feet long on
1.10 on the other, and
wide. Feed stalls will Hue both
sides. A 12-foot gate will open
from Oregon street and at the lear
of the yards will be another gate
opening ontu Lava road. A feed
store will also be built iu the north
west corner of thV yads. Mr. Mut
zig expects to have ths,xp!a'ce open
for business iu about two. weeks.
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ANOTHER NEW tU(i1VA.V.
Alterations AJndo In tho Ronfl from
IKperlmeJit Farm to Ucnd.
Duntig, the present' week prelim
inary Ltepa haw been tndnpwaul
Waking u few changes in the road
f.-bta'thc'eNVerimeut farld tVBendl
Co'nity Purveyor Graves was lu
Hcnd the first of the weekend nude
the jiccesary nun'cys. Work on
the road will probably be com
menced next week.
The old road, running south and
west from the experiment farm
crosses Dr. Coons' land, but will
hereafter follow the doctor's land
lines oti the north and west sides.
In like manner it will follow boun
dary lines to Adam Kotzman's
ranch instead of running directly J
across it as heretofore. Running!)
into Lytic it connects with Broad
way and at Bend with an extension
of Wall street.
This road will be an authorized
TALK ON MANY SUBJECTS
MEETING AT REDMOND A LARGE ONE
Interest Shown by the Settlers In the
Convention Last Saturday Was a
Surprise to Ilvcrybody.
Another farmers' meeting Jias
been held, this time at Redmond,
ami another success has bten
scored. A large ami enthusiastic
crowd gafharcd last Saturday in
response to a. coll for a farmers
It was a meeting sim-
iliar to the one held at Laidlaw a
few weeks ago, the purpose ol
which was the discussion of subjects,
pertinent to the rancher.
The program opened about 11
o'clock aud was as follows:
Chora by all.
1'ravcr Rer. J. C. George. UrWUw
ArUlrcs of Welcome
II. I'. Jones Redmond
Kesoon Jmnc Mvers. l.idU
Music hot' puartette, I.aidlw
Solo T. W. ZonmerMMMN, Uettd
PUntiMK Orchard oh the Itesermles
I.. I). Wfcst, Bend
Music The Land of I'needom
Music Mixed jtmrtctle, Redmond
Small 1'ruiU John Tuck, Redmond
Music Sailing the Ocean
raper General I'lantiiiK lor rroat
Prof. IJ. Nelson
Range Stock, Mr. Redmond, of Redmond
Solo Clifford Pinkbam, LaidUw
The Rural Telephone
Kev. j. w. ueoree, i-amiaw
Music Joint Stltc. Laidlaw
Advantages of Cooperation between
Partners ami Irritation Com
panies II. V. Jones, Redmond
Discussion by W. V. Myers, LaidUw.
In the discussion started by Mr.
Redmond's subject, "RangeStock,"
a matter was brought to the atten
tion of the convention that is of
much importance. Replying to an
inquiry from the D. I. & P. Co.
the state s attorney-general says
that irrigation companies have full
control of all land in their respec
tive segregations. Acting on the
authority derived from this ruling
vigorous means arc to be adopted
hereafter to keep all range stock
from the company's lauds, aud a.
large number of cloth signs will bo;
posteu warning owners 10 iuai
effect. This action is taken to pre
vent contamination of the water
supply for the settlers and the peo
ple of Redmond.
A keen interest was shown not
only iu this discussion but through
out the whole meetiug. livery one
seemftd interested iu the welfare of
this great Deschutes valley and es
pecially that part of it represented
by those preseut at the Redmond
During the convention a move
ment was inaugurated by L. Dr
Wiest of Bend, whereby petitions'
will be circulated iu Western Crook
county asking that a new mail
route be established from Heisler's
by wify of Madras and Redmotul
to Bend. This is a matter iu which
all the people of this section are
interested and received a favorable
reception by the convention.
During the noon hour 380 din
ners were served by the ladies in
the school house. Two large tables
were placed in the building and an
abundance of good things spread
thereon from the well filled baskets
brought for the occasion.
These meetings are a permanent
thing. In nbout four weeks it is
planned to hold one nt Bend, four
weeks later nt Laidlaw, again at1
Redmond, and continuously around
the circuit. Those iu attendance
at the Laidlaw aud Redmond meet
ings are unauimous iu voting them
of great beutfit W'the country.
They should jiftt to allowed to die
out. t. A x
tuKtATUD Lan I have few
cholce'tracts from 40 to 160 ner.ca
each that arti be'bdOght at a bar
guMn.P. I . Tomi'kin.V Banli
PLAGES BID FOR TIES
R. & N. Wants Con
PURCHASING AGENT WRITES
Oend Man Receives Specifications for
Ties to Do Delivered on Proposed
Line from Madras Southward.
The Oregon Railroad & Naviga
tion Company is making prepar
ations to receive bids for tics to be
delivered on their right-of-way on
the line surveyed from Madrar
southward through Redmond and
A Bend man recently wrote to
the company asking to submit a
bid oti ties. He received a letter in
reply from the purchasing agent,
enclosing specification for tics to be
delivered on their proposed line from
Madras southward. The specifi
cations went into detail as to size
of ties, how they were to be piled,
etc. The letter asked for the
quantity this man could furnish
and when they could be delivered.
The railroad situation is ranidlv
coming to a point where, something
decisive can oc expectca. it nas
been known for some time) lijr The
Bulletin that this company was
ajxmt ready to receive bids for ties
through this country. livery week
new reports reach Bend bearing
mark; of authenticity, and all indi
cate that construction will be com
menced at a not far distant lime on
a railroad headed for Bend. F. S.
Stanley, just out from Portland,
expressed himself as believing that
grading on the proposed line
through this icgion would soon be
commenced and that when the
road from Natron west is finished
to make a junction with this one,
that then the laying of rails would
be pushed rapidly northward.
BEfJINS DITCH CONSTRUCTION
Columbia Southern Irrigation Com
pany Will Extend Canah
The Columbia Southern Irriga
tion Company is beginning to push
construction work on its segrega
tion west of the Deschutes aud the
nearest point abut four miles from
Bend. Work of stretching tele
phone lines along the main canals
has been in progress several weeks
aud announcement is now made
that a force of men will be put on
one of the main canals as soon as
the snow will permit and the canal
extended to the vicinity of Cline
Falls. This work is expected to be
started next week.
During the past week a crew of
men has been at work building lat
erals and the company is making
preparation to put a large acreage
under water this season. 'C. 'M.
Mudd, who has chtrrge of construc
tion, says he will push the work to
completion as rapidly as possible.
FAIR TO BE AT REDMOND.
Sum of Money Donated for
Rkumond, March 7. F. S.
Stanley, who has been spending
several days iu Redmond the past
week, in behalf of the D. I. & P.
Co., donated 500 to be used for
premiums for a v. fair at Redmond
this fall. Plans for this" tlndcrtak jng
have not yet been fully arranged,
but the greater part of the money
will go for premiums for which the
ranchers can compete prizes for
agricultural products, etc. Those
having the matter in charge will
take it up iu due time, announce
program nnd dates. It will prob
ably be held some time in Septem
ber. ; ,-V
Saloon License Notice.
Bund, Or., March 9, 1906.
To the Honorable Mayor and
Common Council of the City of
Gentlemen: The undersigned,
George W. Whitsett, Sr., hereby
respectfully applies for a license
from the City of Bend to sell spirit-
ous, vinous and malt liquors ana
fermented cider in the building sit
uated on Lot 9 of Block 10 of the
City of Bend, for the period of one
year from the 1st of April, 1906.
Gkougu W. WuiTsitrr, Sr,
F. C. Rowleerbf 'Redmond was c
in Bend yesterday
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