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TIII3 I1END RULLETIN, DEN'D, ORE., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1015.
PA OR n.
Directly Paisley has bceu asked to
provido a right-of-way for perhaps
25 miles on either side of town, north
rind south, and also to provide ter
minal grounds for a depot slto, etc.
This matter Is nractlenllv nnHi,,i
When asked to speak at the banquet
last Thursday night, P. J. Urattaln
declared that he and his brother were
ready to give a right-of-way through
their property anywhere and that
statement is typical of those niacin hv
all property owners whose lands may
bo crossed by the road.
A dopot site will bo provided In
like inannor and thus our problems In
that lino nro already settled Che
In nccordanco with tho announce
ment made by C. W. niddell In Port
land last week the new owners of the
Prlnglo Falls Co., havo started work
on their plan to develop the resources
of the Prlnglo Falls country nnd lo
rcclnlm tho arid land In the La Pino
The land to be reclaimed by tho
company, amounting to about 2G0,
000 acres, has been divided Info
units. Tho first unit, embracing
30,000 acres, will bo Irrigated In tho
Hprlng as soon ds tho construction
work on tho powor plant Is finished.
La Pino Inter-Mountain.
Mr. Strahorn mndo It plain boforo
tho different nudlcnccs that tho fron
tier townsltes would bo mndo tho per
manent railroad towns wherever pos
sible to do so, nnd that new townslto
schemes would not bo looked upon
with any degreo of favor. Lakovlow,
Paisley and Sliver .Lake will bo mndo
railroad towns, with tho latter n
Junction point for two or mora roads.
Mr. Strahorn Btnted definitely that
tho old pioneers who have been
struggling for years to mako fron
tier towns should bo treated fairly
nnd squarely. Sliver Lako Loador.
With tho development of tho Prln
glo Falls water powor nnd allied en
terprises, tho building of tho propos
ed Strahorn rnllroads, nnd possibly
extension of tho Northern Pacific, tho
development of Abort and Summer
lakes, and tho many other proposi
tions nro promised for Central Ore
gon, Crescent should witness a wave
of prosperity bucIi as no other town
In Central Oregon has over had. With
railroads coming Into Crescent, saw
mills will coino, nnd with their com
ing our water powor which. Is prac
tlcally within tho town llmltB will bo
developed. Our water power possibil
ities are not the largest In the state,
but nro BUfflclent to furnish power
for several sawmills nnd factories.
In addition there nro other power
possibilities within a few miles ot
Crescent that could be doveloped
which would furnish power for all
tho mills and factories that will ever
bo located In this part of Central Ore
gon. It has been said that Central
Oregon has a world of natural re
sources. All that Is necessary la1
capital to. develop them. Crescent
Therefore It can bo readily seen
that Irrigation means much to tho
farmer, tho local merchants and tho
wholesalers. With water tho farmer
can make a far bottcr living on much
less lanu. no can men sell mo uai -
ance of his holdings to others who
will bo glad to buy, and ho can pock-
et tho price, or pay for his water. Tho
lack of water affects tho Individual,
the community, tho wholesalers, and
retards population and progress.
Those who aro opposing Irrigation
nro growing fowor every day.'
Tho first Teachers' Instltuto of
Jefferson county was held at Culver
In tho courthouse November 17-19.
Tho fifty or moro teachers who gnth
orod there wero filled to tho brim
with Inspiration, and, what Is hotter
than Inspiration, practical methods
for getting good results. "Spread
Englo" oratory waB conspicuous by
Its nbsenco. Commott sense, a strong
democratic spirit nnd good fellow
ship prevailed. Jefferson County
Two things could bo plnlnly no-
tlcod nt tho Bond meeting of tho Con
tra! Oregon Development League
Ono was that tho minds ot tho del
egates centered largely upon tho Ir
rigation question as novcr before.
Tho other Is tho fact thnt the people
ot the stnto havo been studying the
Irrigation dlctrtct law and nro pro
paring to form districts In tho var
Tho nctlon which Is bolng taken
horo In tho formation ot a district is
but a part of tho activity throughout
tho stato along this lino. Peoplo havo
awakened to tha fact that thoso
states which havo had this law In
oporntlon hnvo made tho greatest ad
vances along tho lino of Irrigation.
Tho petition which Is being circulat
ed Is bolng. signed by n largo major
ity of tho property owners In .tho
area which has already been solicited.
In cortaln largo areas all havo sign
ed. Deschutes Vnlloy Tribune.
At a meeting ot wntor users of tho
Central Oregon Irrigation Co., and
business men of tho city, held horo
Has taken over, the lumber
department of THE BEND
COMPANY and will con
tinue the retail 'business in
Lumber, Building Supplies,
Cement, Lime, Plaster, etc.
In Muma's hall last Friday nftornoon
to hear O. Lnurgaard outlluo his
plnns for organizing an Irrigation
district of the lands under the Cen
tral Oregon Irrigation Co's. segrega
tion, J. V. Mooro was elected chair
man, and II. A. Schneider, secretary
After listening to Mr. Laurgnard's
remarks on the plan L. E. Smith, M.
A. Lynch and Earl Benton wero ap
pointed a commltteo to confer with
Mr. Laurgaard nnd discuss points
vital to tho organization of a district
nnd the committee was empowered to
call a meeting of all tho water users
and farmers on tho segregation to
learn their views on tho proposition
of forming an Irrigation district.
Banquets wore propnred for the
party nt Silver Lake, Paisley nnd
. Lnkevlow. At the latter pluco Mr.
strahorn announced nnothor great
BUrprlse that was received with much
j enthusiasm. This was to the effect
tlmt tho preliminary survey made by
h8 engineers n fow weeks ago In tho
.nrrilnr.. nnnh nf i.nitnviow wnn now
tho nnni Bllrvey aniX asked tho pconlc
)t,rn In mnkn nrrntieomnnts for tho
rlght-of-wny. Tho entlro right-of-way
along this part of tho lino and tho
entire system Is expected to bo do
nated. Fort Hock Times.
Tho commltteo which waited on
Hobert E. Strahorn nt tho Bond meet
ing last weok was tol'd that as soon
as the land north of Prlnevlllo was
under Irrigation and tho nnnounce
inonto nmo from Mr. Rogers that tho
timber In tho Bluo mountains Is to
bo milled, that Mr. Strahorn Is rendy
to tnko u tho mattc'r of tho rond to
Tho timber will bo milled In Prlne
vlllo, commencing within tho next 12
months without a doubt.
Wo must and will Irrigate tho flat.
Then It will be Mr. Strahorn'B move.
Crook County Journal.
Clean up and paint up.
Itnrotniiieiiilrtl for Croup.
W. C. Alloy, BoBcloy, Mo., says:
"I havo raised a family of four chil
dren and used Foley's Honey nnd Tar
with all of them. I find It tho best
cough and croup mcdlclno I over
UBod. I UBcd It for eight or ten years
nnd can recommend It for croup."
Samo satisfactory results for coughs
nnd colds. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Dr. J. Q. Turner, formorly of
Lowo & Turner, oyo special
ists, of Portland, will bo In
Bond ngnln Tuesday nnd Wednesday,
Novombor 30 nnd December 1st, at
Thorson's Jewelry store No chnrgo
for consultation or examination. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Adv.
For your nlco homo buy a lot In
Boulevard Addition. Adv.
ON THE ALLEYS
Owing to tho loss of the best bowl
ero on tho A. L. French and Uend
Band teams, theso teams havo been
dropped out ot tho league.
Tho following Is n comploto sced
ulo for tho four remaining teams:
November 20 United Wnrehouso
vs. Owl Pharmacy.
December 1. Bend Bulletin vs.
First National Bank.
December 3. United Wnrehouso
vs. First Nntlonal Hank.
December C. Bend Bulletin vs.
Statullnir of tho Tenuis.
Teams Won Lost
United Wnrehouso. . .21 3
Owl Pharmacy 18 G
First Nat. Bank . ...1G 9
Bend Bulletin 14 10
Tho gnmo scores wero as follows:
N'm ember 1!2, ltMfi.
A. L. Fiench
A. E. Johnson 127
I). Houck ...1G4
Totals ....73 1 GGI 73G 2134
Team average 142
Plnyers: 1st 2nd
Absontcc . i . .140 110
Terrell 107 170
Brnndenu ...134 170
Palmorton .. .148 122
N. Springer ..178 1G8
Totals . .. .797 770
Team nvcrago 157
For sign painting boo Edwards.
NORTH POHTLANI), Nov. 29.
North Portland snttlo market took a
sudden Jump this mornlngnnd wont
to $7.io for best sleors. The market
la fully 30 to 36 -cents higher for
snmo quality Btuff as last weok. All
offerings woro sold nnd for tho most
part welshed boforo noon. Tho mar
ket hns a strong tondoncy. Hogs not
to bo outdono by cnttlo put on n flvo
cent ndvanco this nftornobn going to
$0.15 rind finishing stonily. Eighty
six hundred head wont over tho
scnics, tho largest Blnglo dny receipts
ovor marketed nt North Portland.
Tho ease with which thoy wo o ab
sorbed was romnrkablo. All Hhcop
linos nro Btcndy with but short sup
plies bolng marketed. Top lninbs
still nro quoted nt $7.50
For n good clean Bhavo, a good
hair cut, facial massago or ti chine,
visit tho Metropolitan, on Oregon
stroot. Adv. tf
TO THE RESCUE
W wUI four llnn. but jrou mint
not wt much Mm irrttlnc our rou
band M worM
LOW PRICES. BETTER SURVlCO
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRV CLEANING
"Put Your Outfs
In Our Suds"
THE WHITE IS
The BEST all-round Family
Sowing Machine that can
be produced. Made In both
ROTARY and VIBRATOR
styles. Tho rotary makes
both LOCK and CHAIN
stitch. The latest up to
the minute steel attach
ments with each machine.
Sold on easy payments.
Send name and address for
our beautiful H. T. cata
White Sewing Machine Co.
6)9 Merchants National Bank Bldg
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
HOI1EHT It. GOULD
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Ofllco Ovor Postortlce
nond, ... Orogon
DIt. J. C. VANDEVERT
Pliytdclnu nnd Surgeon
Phono Unci 271
Hours 9-12 n. m.: 1-C p. m.:
7-9 p. m.
V. O. MANNING, D. M. D.
Ofllco In First National HniiU
Tel. .Til Hontl, Oii'uon
W1LLARD II. WIRTZ
L A V Y : 11
O. S. IIENSON
Attorney At L n w
Hanson Hulldlng, Wall Street
VERNON A. FORRES
Ij a v y i: it
First NntlonnI Dank Hulldlng
Ilond, :-: :-: Oregon
0 H O It a E 8. YOUNG
Civil nuil Irrigation Engineer.
U. H. Mliicriit'Himejnr.
Room G First National Hank
J. 11. Hell A. W. Sims
CROOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
SuccoBsors to Tho J. II. Manor
Abstrnct Co., Prlnovlllo, Oro.
rend plumiiing and
Steam and Hot Wntor Heating
DR. J It IIAIIII
P1i)'hU'Iiiii mill fSurgroii
DoBclnitcH Stnto Hank
Phono llliuk 711
John J. Cunningham
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
Plans and Estimates
Bend Hauling Co.
It. N. PALMEHTON
Wood for Sale
Oniro with It. P. Mlnler
Ofllco llione lllack (III
Itonlileiuo lllurk 122
Eat At Thk
LUNCH KHAUY TOR SPUVICH AT I IMS
DINNIJR AT 5:30
H. O. ELLIS
United States Commissioner
First Nntlonal Hank Hulldlng
II. II. Do ARMOND
Oregon Street. Horn!, Oregon
DR. J. II. CONNARN
I) It N T I S T
Omco In Snthor Dulldlng.
Iloun, 9 to 12, 1 to 5.
Sundays nnd ovenlngB by
C. P. NI3WONOER, llond, Oro.
Licensed Kmhnlmcr, Funeral
Phone. Lndy Assistant.
DR. 11. D. STOWELL
Ofllco ovor Miller Luinlor Co.
Wall Streot Hours 9 to 6
Phono Red CI
Hygienic, Dlotutlc and Natural
Chronic disorders n Specialty
DR R. D. KETCHUM
Ofllco hours: 9-12; 1-G
or by Appointment llcan bldg.
J. I. Engcbrelson
Plumbing mill llcnting
117 MINNESOTA STREET
.70II1IING PROMPTLY DONE
I. O. O. F.
Ilond Lodge No. lit 8.
Regulnr mooting overy Mon
day night nt 8 o'clock In Hat ti
er's Hall. Visiting brothou
L. II. OLEH3, N. O.
GEO. P. GOVE, Bocrotnry.
VACATION In Portland,
ullli hide trips imtftlilii, Mill
ttlto )ou mi ('iijn)nlilo nt en
fclon, Mnhn I ho Miiltmiiiiuli
jour lirmliinrti-rs. HiTVIrn
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