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THE REND nULLETIN, REND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHER 17, 1015.
Slriitiorn Wants to Sco Irrigation In
Central Oregon on It.s Feet Three
Sections uro Now Considering
Work Under District Plan.
Ono phases of tho Strnhorn plans
for tho development of Central Ore
gon Is the rojuvenatlon of tho various
Irrigation projects which, for ono rea
'son or another, hava languished slnco
their Inception, nnd tho promotion of
others which hnvo been studied and
reported fcaslbls, but on which no
work has been done. Ry so doing
Mr. Strahorn expects to make satis
fied fnrmera out of those- now on tho
ground, to bring now settlers In and
to cnlargo tho volumo of Undo for
tho Oregon, California & Eastern.
In this connection recent activity
In tho promotion of Irrigation pro
jects under tho district law Is of es
Brought to a realization of tho
possibilities of tho law through tho
activity under It of the settlors In tho
Grandvlow country who nro Interest
ed In tho Suttlcs lake Irrigation pro
ject, tho pcoplo of three other dis
tricts aro taking active measures for
the promotion of their projects In tho
tamo manner, whllo tho district law
Is being looked to as tho means of
ending tho difficulties In which exist
ing projects find themselves.
Tho Silver Jjiko Project.
Ono project, tho dovolopmont of
which would bo especially advantage
eous to the new rail lino, Is that at
Silver Lake, on which n preliminary
report has Just been made by tho en
glneors working under a Joint rtato
and federal appropriation. On re
ceipt of tho report a special meeting
of tho Silver Lako Water Users As
sociation was called for yesterday af
ternoon to discuss tho organization
of a district and from tho interest
taken it Is expected that Irrigation in
that section will not bo long postpon
Tho report considers tho project In
four divisions, Silver .Lake, Paulina,
Horning Dend and Fort Rock. They
cover a total of 48,600 acres and tho
estimated cost of reclamation Is
$28,10 per acre, one of tho lowest
aero costs of nny project In tho state.
Two units of tho project are recom
mended as immediately .feasible De
I velopment of a third Is advised as
soon as the land owners on It express
a deslro therefor, and of the others
as soon ob tho adjudication of certain
streams show water to ho available
Another project In tho samo sec
tion which Mr. Strahorn wishes to
see put on its feet is that of tho Port
land Irrigation Company at Paisley.
uecent action by the Desert Land
Hoard in fixing tho lien on tho lands
was taken by him ns a step toward
tho desired result. As soon as liti
gation between the Irrigation com
pany and a llvo stock company over
water rights can bo settled, it Is ex
pected that tho project will bo com
pleted. Other Districts Proposed.
Other proposed districts, not on
the lino of tho 0. C & E. us at pres
ent announced, but of Importance In
contributing to tho prospeilty of Cen
tral Oregon r.nd, Incidentally, there
fore to its railroads, aro tho Ochoco
district near Prlncvillo n'nd the so
called North Unit, comprising a largo
portion of Jefferson county.
The question of tho formation of
tho Ochoco district comes before tho
Crook county court on December 10
at which time an election on the
question will undoubtedly bo ordered.
Tho lands Included In tho district are
In tho Immedlnto neighborhood or
Prlncvillo nnd tho pcoplo of tho city
nro taking considerable Interest in
seeing tho project tako shape.
Tho North Unit.
Tho North Unit Irrigation district
In Its slzo, cost and engineering feat
ures is ono of tho largest over pro
posed In Oregon, ond will show up
well In comparison with other largo
projects' elsowhero in tho United
Water for tho Irrigation of the
project, according to tho plan propos
ed by tho engineers of tho co-opcr-atlvo
Deschutes survoy, will bo stor
ed by a dam at Ilcnham Falls nnd ono
at Cruno Prolrlo. At Aubroy falls,
below tho town of Tumalo, It will bo
diverted by a high diversion dam nnd
thenco cnrrlcd by canal across tho
Crooked rlvor and onto tho lands of
Tho project Includes npproxlmatoly
100,000 acres and tho cost of recla
mation Is estimated to bo $5,519,000
or $5B.S8 per aero. A potltlon for
tho formation of tho district Is now
Tho City of Uend has ono especial
Interest In tho proposition nsldo from
that of seeing tho country dovoloped
In that It would Insure a steady and
oven Mow of water by tho town dur
ing tho summer months during which
tho storago reservoir nbovo town
would bo drawn upon.
Tho O. O. I. Project.
In n rccont communication mndo
by O. Laurganrd to tho Desert Land
Hoard tho district Idoa is suggested
as a means of working out and ad
justing tho dimcultics now exictlng
between tho settlers on tho C. O. I.
project nnd tho company. Tho plan
contemplates tho elimination of tho
company and tho dovolopmont of all
lands In tho vicinity of llond and to (
tho north and.caat which hnvo been I
sot iftddo for Irrigation dovolopmont.
Another Irrigation plan Is that Just
announced from La Pine where a new
company hns recently purchased tho
Prlngle Falls power plant.
Tho plans of tho company, as stat
ed by tho La Pino Intorniountnln, nro
to supply power for Irrigation of tho
Ln Pino basin and also light nnd pow
er for manufacturing purposes In tho
town of La Pine.
DEND DEATSJED1ND 6-0
Locals Slowed Up ami Score Only
Once on Forward Puss Tvnni Was
Tho Rend high school football
team defeated tho Hedmond eleven
on Its own grounds last Saturday by
a scoro of C to 0, but It was n muu'i
different looking and fighting team
than the ono that was defeated tho
previous Saturday by a scoro of 39
From reports coming both from
members of tho team and Coach
Whlto of tho Bond high school, Rond
was overconfident nnd did not play
up to Its regular standard.
Bond's only touchdown came In tho
first quarter after tho ball had been
worked down tho field on straight
football. Hunnell, Ilend'B left tncklo
laid out on tho end nnd Young shot
a long well directed forwnrd pass
Hunnell carried tho ball 20 yards and
was downed Just voro tho coal lino.
Goal was not kicked.
During tho major part of the gamo
tho ball was In Redmond's territory,
and only onco wero tho Redmond lads
in a position to scoro. Tho ball had
been pushed down tho field with Red
mond's heavy backs plugging holes
In tho Rend defense When tho ball
had been advanced within ono foot
of tho goal lino, tho ball was lost on
downs. Rond was dangerous sovoral
times, but costly fumbles and slow
fluid work kept them from scoring
again. Rend was frequently penaliz
ed for offside
Tho reorganized Redmond team
played strong football throughout,
Duvall, who played tacklo In tho
Rond-Redmond gamo played horo was
transferred to right half and caused
tho Rend dofonso considerable
Tho crucial gamo of tho season for
tho three Crook county Bchools will
bo played next Saturday in Rend
when tho Rend cloven meets Prlno
vllle Prlncvillo has not plnyod
slnco Its gamo with Rend nt Prlnc
villo, and bbth toams hnvo been con
siderably strengthened slnco Uint
Rond Position Redmond
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Hunnell 1. 1. r Mnlarkoy
Rongoy 1. g. r Dlsnoy
Ordway c Ricks
Horner r. g. 1. . . .VnnAllcn
Royd r. t. I Woods
Grubo r. o. 1 Perry
Jackson q Shlvoly
Brandenburg ... 1. h. r Duvall
Young i.. -f Johnson
Johnston r. h. 1 Young
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