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THE HEND 11ULLETIN, nEM ORE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 018.
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W.MI7 L .-.- .... I . . . - . - .
.! ROBERT W. SAWYER
, - FRED A. WOELFLEN
f Associate Editor.
fc-An.lndopondent nowspnpor stand
flng for; tho squaro deal, clean bust
ness, clean politics and tho best In
terests of Uoud and Contrnl Oregon.
uno year J 1.50
Blx months. 80
Throo months 60
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3, 1010.
THE LAimOAAItn PLAN.
As wo understand It, neither tho
company nor tho settlers are especial
ly well pleased with tho conditions
as thoy now exist on tho Ocntrnl Ore
gon Irrigation Company's segrega
tion. Tho company, which is by way of
saying tlioso who havo Invested In tho
proJoctHwa-ttna no satisfactory re-
turnsn protits to unie, in inci, u
BeoniT to bo bollef In some quarters
thnt InortlonB of tho Invested capital
will yfovcr bo rogaltiod.
Tho settlers have complained bit
terly for years. Many of them bo
irevo thoy havo been badly treated;
they heartily nmi nimosi univorHiiny
distrust and dlsllko tho personnel of
Oin iilmot mnninrcmcnt of tho pro
ject, thoy nllogo that maintenance
monies novo not been spent as they
should, nnd thoy fear that tho Irri
gation plant which thoy nro to In
herit In two years will physically bo
run down to n point of real danger.
In .short, It seems reasonauiy iair
to say that both slues 10 mo pres
ent bargain nro dlBsatlsflod.
Knw If n nlnn can 1)0 OVolVOil which
will return to tho Investors tliolr
money, plus n reasonable prolltj and
if Riich n schuino will glvo tho mnn-
agomont of tho project to tho set
tlors tbomsolvos, uncior snicKiinniB
nnd provisions of law, nnd with no
added oxponso to tlioso nlready pur
chasers or contractors, surely such a
plan Is worth Investigation.
Tho Ilullotln does not ndvocato tho
Laurgaard proposal. At present wo
know too llttlo about It. It Involves
tho blggost application of tho district
Irrigation plan over nttomptod, nnd
ls countless details, legal, physical
and humon, must bo threshed out ha
foro It can bo proved workablo, eqult
nblo and desirable. Hut wo do sln
ceroly advocuto looking into tho pro
posal Immediately end tiiorougniy.
Tho district plan contnlns tho pos
sibility of pretty substantial sntisiac'
tlon to both nartlcs chiefly concornod,
If it can lio worked out horo, tho
company should, bo content nnd tho
settlors will Do. And, or course any
thing which will rehabilitate tho pro
ject, ond thn soiiolcsB bickerings of
tho past anil glvo davelopmont an
lmpotus, ls.,devoutly to bo wolcomod
liy llond and ovory other community
dlroctly 6r, Indirectly nssoclatod wPh
the lufcress. of tho, segregation and
ovory settlor, merchant, townsman,
rallroador and land ownor Is dlroctlv
So, wo say, the sottlors would do
well to taka up tho question actlvolv.
Thoy should become familiar with its
Most of us know Mr. I.aurgaard.
Ho has linil much to do with Irriga
tion affairs, nnd he has made good
with what ho has undertaken, lio
really knows conditions ns thoy are
on tho O. O. project. He Is not n
promoter. HIb Interest In tho mnttor
is moro or less tmpnrronal, or, nt
least, properly professional. Ho pro -ably
has thu respect of tho Irrigation
oflicers, ho certainly Beenis to onjiy
tho conlldonco of tho state ofllcriU
connoctod with Irrigation, and his
reputation Is good with tho sottlern.
It would bo n sound stop to Invito
Mr. Lnurgaard to appear before lot
tiers and others Interested to set
forth tho details of tho district plan.
(ib It might bo applied hero. If tho
sottlors association docs not see fit
to Inauguruto such a move, tho llond
Commercial Club, as a couvonlonco
to tho settlors, would do well to ar
range for such a meeting nnd Invito
cveryonn Interested to attend. Even
nt such a preliminary discussion It
would bo well to nsk n representative
of tho settle to state their toutailvo
views, and also a roprcsenntlvo of tho
At tho vory worst, such a gather
ing and dUcusslon would do no liar i.
And It might open thn way to a verv
great dual of good for all concerned.
CENTRAL OREGON RAIL
Under tho nlxivn tltlo Tho Oregon
Country of Portland In Its latest Is
ma Iioh tho following to sny con
cerning the proponed Strahom rail
roads from lleniir
"Tim propound new railroad In
Central Oregon radiating In throe di
rections from Dond Is logical nnd will
Mliuiuestlonubly becomo n reality In
the near future. Thn sum Involved
In Its construction is exceedingly
small In comparison to Its earning
rapacity. The fact tlnl tho man el
hlnd It Is ono of Oregon's roal rail
road hultdurs U. E. Btmhorn gives
It tho stamp of reliability. The bus
Iness Interests of tho Btato cannot
afford to overlook tlili'lawst move in
their behalf. s '
"Every nillo of railroad that Is
constructed means bo much develop
ment and resultant cash In their
pockets. Wo hear tho same objec
tions to this rond that were manifest
nt tho time other roads, long since I
huge successes, were contemplated
Th.i.1 ...-. ,V Llonta nf tlin n.l.,,la,
Tlioeo nro tho bloats of the. pessimist
-and the pessimist In civil life is
tho coward In the army, l-.very en
couragement should he given Mr.
Strnhorn anil his associates. Oregon
needs more railroads and the par
ticular sections through which tho
proposed road Is to traverse "will
blossom like the rose" when trans
portation will ho at Its door." ...
Apparently tho wonie'iiofiCaTlforj
nia uia not tauo a very iiveiy inier
tt In tho receut election there. The
HT(ruuIlslicl Every V
ft," OCOnOQ PALMER
'women of tho west must remember
thaflf they do not uso the franchlle
which has been given them It will
argue against the granting of the bal
lot to tliolr sisters In the, east who nro
clamoring for It.
wfiyi not havo tho Commercial
'CliTbTlnvIte Mr Straho'rn to 'como to
Dend and tell us all about his plans
at first-hand, and let us know what
wo can do to help him? Dend never
yet slept whon opportunity was
knocking at her door, and she will
Even the young folks aro talking
It. Tho sulirject for dobnto at tho
high school todny Is: "Hcsolved, th.it
tho county Feat should bo moved
from Prlnovlllo to Dend,"
MILL AUDITION IS PLATTED.
The fluid l)lng between ltlvorsldo
Drive and tho river and Bouth of
Tumalo street Is bolng platted by Tho
Ilcnd Company under tho namo of
Mill addition. A number of houses
are already under construction in tho
tract, and more will ho begun at onco,
f Tho plat will bo presented to the
county court for acceptance at Its
LOCAL PEOPLE PAHTICII'ATE.
Urooi: CJinty wh repif-n' ted nt
tho moi'liia of tho Oro I'eilcrated
Women's Clubs at Salem last week by
Mrs. Ada II. Milllcan of Mllllcnn nnd
Mrs. J. II. Hell of Prlnovlllo. On the
speaking program was 0. P. Putnam
who delivered a paper on tho land
grant and water power questions.
SALES NET fiOOD .SIZED SUMS.
A total of $153.90 was taken in
by tho salo of tags and nthor articles
by tho ladles of tho Episcopal dulld
for tho maintenance of u bed at tho
Dond Hospital. Chcck woro rccolv-'
oil as follows: Held & Horton, $2.50;
Owl Pharmacy, $4; J. Sullivan,
Drooks-Scanlon Co., Dend Park Co.,
Tho Dond Co., Dond Flour Mill Co.,
First National Dank, Deschutes Stnto
Dank and Shovlln-Hlxon Co., fU
each. In addition J. Edwnrd Larson
hns offered to havo tho Dend Stoum
Laundry do all laundry work con
nected with tho maintenance of the
bod. Tngs for tho salo woro donated
by Tho Diillctin. Tho ladles of the
guild express their thnnks to all who
assisted tu making their salo success
ful. (JOES TO WALLA WALI.A.
Vernon L. Deathman, who has
boon hold In tho county Jail at Prlno
vlllo on n bad chock charge, left last
wook for Walla Walla, In company
with n Washington parolo olllcor. Ho
faces a charge or parolo breaking ;n
Washington and othor moro sorious
NORVAL L SPRINGER
Up Sliiri- Dcin Building
Call (or ind Delim All
Woilt. OrJtu utrn by
"Sonny" the Meiwngci Boy
AT TUB NUW MUAT
Gilbert (2b Son
1 1 locla Hi Tli Piontri
llrn, Briul, nj will cue
lor your Hotki n! Clll
l youi call, or
P ll O II C 22X
BEST RHEUMATIC REMEDY
One l'lu Puswiger Cuillllnc In per
fect running order, and a bar
gain nt $390. Jubt tho thing for
,..., iffi,wf ri,i. -t ....
.. MH ttllll SOII-Slarter.
ono liutl Hu.ick demonstrator, 6 cyl
inder. 4? h. p. Just like new
Nine months of the year guaran
tee still on ltv
One linn .Mitchell l-io, in perfect
order, A $1360 car for $725
Inland Auto Co.
BEND THEATRE IS SOLD
u W, Hodgson of llochcstcr, N. Y.
Tho Dond Thcatro, under tho man-t
ogement of Cntlow and Doonar, was
sold last Thursday to L. E. Dodgson
of Rochester, N. Y. Mr. Dodgson.
who has had considerable oxporlcnco
In tho moving plcturo business, took
possession of tho thcatro 'Sunday
night. It Is tho plan of the now pro
prietor to maintain tho same run of
pictures that tho Mend Thcatro gons
havo boon wltncislng, togother with
additional feature Alms which havo
had great runs In other places.
Sovoral Improvements aro contem
plated la tho show lionso to bring It
up to a utandard with any In Central
Diblo school 10 a. m. Preaching
service 11 o clock. Subject: "Things
Sacrod nnd Secular." Mrs. II. L.
Hopkins will sing a solo In this ser
vice. Preaching sorvlco 7:30 p. m.
Prayor meeting Wednesday evening
7:30. All aro cordially invited to
attend. E, O, Judd, pastor.
Services next Sunday as follows!
Sunday school at 10 n. m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. Themo: "Witnessing for
Hod." Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
Themo: "Inspiration for Service."
Mrs. C. V. Sllvls will sing at the even'
lng sorvlco. II. C. Hartranft, pastor.
PINLEY LECTUItH POSTPONED.
Tho showing of moving pictures of
Oregon gnmn and bird life, with n
lecture by W. L. Klnloy, of the Stato
Fish and (lamo Commlss on. which
was to havo occurred on November
1C, hns bcon postponed. A now date
for tho event will bo sot ns soon as
EA'ECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETS.
Tho oxccutlvo commltteo of tho
Oregon Irrigation Congress will meet
In Portland on Saturday to mako ar
rnngemonts for tho 1910 session of
tho congress to bo hold In Portland
In January or Fobruary. II. II. Do
Armojid, of Dend, Is a member of tho
commltteo and will attend the meet
ing. NOTICE OK SALE OF DEAL PROP
ERTY UNDER SEWEIt A8.SIM.S
MENT NUMDER 1.
Dy reason of warrants numbered
03, 04, 00, GO, 67, 08 and 09
for delinquent sower nsscsBmont No.
1 duly Issuod by tho recorder of the
City of Dond, Oregon, dated Novem
ber 3rd, 1915, Iri tho matter of sower
assessment No, 1, mado and ontorcd
In tho docket of city lions of said
city of Dend on tho 7th day of Aug
ust, 1913, and on tho 19th day or
August, 1913, wherein tho horolnaf-
tor described property was assessed
and charged for said improvement,
thn number of tho warrant, tho de
scription of tho property, tho nmouiit
assessed for said Improvement and
thl( namo of the owner or reputed
ovltcr In each cuso being us follows:
1)3.' Lot 1, block 1, $50. Henry
04. Lots 2 and 3, block 2, $47.25.
F. O. Minor.
OR. Lot 9, block 2, $47.25. Marlon
00. Lot 1, block 23, $80.50. Dlos
soni & Daumgitrten.
f,7. Trnct A, $128. D. M. Davis.
08. South hnlf parcel 10, Lytlo
Acres and south cast quartor, parcel
15, Lytlo Acres, $100. R. O. Ilows'or.
C9. East ono half parcol 22, 'Ly
tlo Acres, $70. Nolllo O. Ray.
All of said abovoNlescrlhod proper
ty being situate within tho city of
Dend. county of Crook, Stato of Ore
gon. Notice Is hereby glvon that I will
on Saturday, tho 4th day of Decombor
1916, nt 10 o'clock a. m. nt tho front
door of tho city hall on Wall stroot.
Make a tire
not a tire
Season after season, in all kinds
of weather ond on all kinds of roads,
Diamond Squeegee Tread Tires havo
furnished proof of their exceptional
Diamond Squeegees constitute
n standard investment for tire pur
chasers. They make it wholly unneces
sary for you to take costly chances
with tires of unknown quality.
You ha,ve absolute assurance
that you are making your money
and your car go farthest at the
lowest cost per mile for tires when
you buy Diamond Squeegees at these
DIAMOND FAIR-LISTED" PRICES:
In the city of Dend,' Crook county,
Oregon, sell nt auction, to tho por
son who shall pay tho assessment,
costs, Intorcst and accruing costs,
and Intorost theVcon, and take a cer
tificate at tho lowest rate of Interest,
all tho right, tltlo and intorcst the
owner or reputed owner or any other
p arson has or had In snld property
at tho date of said assessment.
Dated this third day of November,
S. B, ROBERTS,
Chfof of Police of tho City of
Dond, Crook county, Oregon. 35-3Sc
FOR ItENT I will buy you n lot
and build to suit. S2G down nnd $10
per month up, Houses for J 3 GO up.
Inquiro Bulletin, 33-30p.
FOP. KENT My farm 25 miles
south of Dond, $60 per year. Ad
dress L. Corbln, Dend. 33-30p
DENT, soil, trade or borrow monoy,
Small amount cash. For particulars
address box 5, Tumalo, Ore. 293Gp
FOR DENT Four room furnished
houso. J. Ryan & Co., 32tt
FOR SALE Maro, weight about
900 pounds. Single harness, light
buggy, $40. Inquiro Pioneer Livery
FOR SALE Four room house,
well located. Good lot. $400. terms.
2 room house, location good. S3C0.
J. Rynn & Co. 35tf
FOR SALE Six weeks old pigs (o
roast wholo for Thanksgiving. Also
gocse. W. J, Alt. 35-37c
FOR SALEiA-Choico lot In Pnrk
addition and ono on Greenwood avo-
jiuu. mum nun, luaving lowu, leniiB.
Phono Red 461. 35p
FOR SALE Two Lincoln Duck
I ,m i
If it Isn't
sheep, Joseph C. Smith. Dend, Ore
gon. Near Orange hall. Tel. Rural
FOR SALE Two tent houses com
pletely furnished, ideal location on
oast bank of river. Just south of now
foot bridge. Five minutes walk from
P. O. Ten minutes from now mills.
Cpmo mid Beo them, or address P.
O. box 1)9. 3r'I'
FOR SALE Fifteen aero fruit nnd
vegetablo farm In Florida. Will
trado for lot in Dend and balance in
cash. Inquire Edward II. Thatcher;
Milllcan, Crook county, Oregon. 34-7p
vnn s.M.n Rmnll counter nt the
Cozv Restaurant. 34 tf
FOR SALE Lnnd. Any part of
ICO acres, or all. E. J. Rogers, Tum
alo, Oregon. 31tf
FOR SALE Nicely furnished 4
room modern house, good cornonlot.
Prlco, $1400.00. Somo terms. J.
Ryan & Co. 32 tf
I.ady stenographer, oxporlonccd In
abstract and Insurances-desires posi
tion. Address It. V. c-o liuliethi. 35p
WANTED Young man would like
to obtain board with prlvato family.
Inquiro llulletln. z. a. tfc
WANTED To borrow monoy on
claim having two and a hnlf million
fcot ot standing timber. Inquiro XX
AGENTS WANTED To represent
the Lnfolletto Nursery Co. Trees
grown on I'owoll llutte without Irri
gation. Tho trees that please, be
cause they aro acclimated and will
trow. Wrlto for particulars and ter
ritory. Thoodoro Hubbard, Box 72,
Prlnovlllo, Oregon. 30tf
LOST AND FOUND.
TAKEN UP Day mare and colt
at Kasprovltz homestead, Homstad
valley. Ilrandcd 711 on left shoulder.
Ownor wrlto P. O. box 11, Ilcnd. 33tfc
Is the burning qucstign of the hour.
ARE YOU PREPARED
for WINTER when it really comes?
We have many suggestions suitable
for this season and the pleasure
will be outs' to show you what we
have. You will be surprised.
Just arrived latest patterns in
Middie Blouses. Tocques for the
autoist. Something entirely new.
Remember that we can ''give you
anything you desire in Furs.
Seamless Sheets 72x()0,.u big value M
if sold at Sl.Od. SpeciallyVnced "
to sell for 00 cents each,
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING
$ "MO jLasca.
-StfB W iTObZ.Jsf"'"" tittlTMHjrf
Floors Like New
Marred and worn floors are hard to clean and hard to
keep clean. Half jin hour's work with the paint brush
changes your old shabby floors into new floors that are
easy to keep clean and hard to wear out.
FLOOR PAINT (GRANITE) " '
is the best floor paint to use. It is made especially to
be walked upon, is ready for use, easy to piiton you
can do it yourself and dries quickly. A quart will
cover about 75 square feet, two coats.
Ask for a copy of, our'Homc Decoratings beokl
It tells you all about 'the use of rts-icnarri stai J
and finishes in the hqme, 4 fc .?1 J
TE Bend Hardware4 Co
reaches, 80c ir Onto
Apples 2)Jc per Pound
IMc Coffee jioc
Tobacco, smoking, St pkps
Celery, per Stock 10c
Special Cnmly IBc wr Lb.
SiKclnI Stick Candy 20c
Special I'ciiiiuU 10c per Lb.
Special Illnl Heed 10c pk)t.
inc Pork nnd Itcnns 10c
10c TomatocH Oc per can
lflo Corn lUc
Mc CntMiip iile
10c Canned Soups i)c
10c KelloKKR Corn I'lnkes "c
10c Krlnklo Corn Ilnkes 7c
irc llcluz SpiiKhettl 10c
lrlc Corn ISc
Special .1 for 'Mc milk Sic
Kvtru ))iiii(l of Niigar per tho
dollar on this date.
Tho ACCOMMODATINfl Oroccr
C1IAIUI AND CLEANLINESS
are both personified In tho com
plete bath room ntt(pgs which we
can show you. Thoy5 not alone
mako for greator cleanliness and
health but for refinement as well.
Though they look luxurious, and
are so the cost Is not as great as
you may Imagine Lot us toll you
for how llttlo wo can remodol your
J. A. ENOEIUtKTSON.
PLUMIIING AND IIEATINQ
117 .Minnesota St. Ilcnd, Or.