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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1916)
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SILVER LAKE IS
BOND ELECTION RE
Intcilor Xoivhui)oi- Snj- City It Uliig
liilliicnro tin' Ailuiici'iiient of the
Wliulo Nevllim-Otlu'i- Towns nro
Jtcndv to Donate When Culled
(Silver I.nko Leader.)
Henri has shown t" her slstor
towns, In tin" reennt city election, thnt
kIio Is not only for I lend 'nit Is iib
ing lior Rood Inflncnco for the ad
vancement of tlio whole or Contrnl
Oruftun, whoti hIio voted u $30,000
liond Issuo to meet the oxponsoi of
HOCiirltiB torinliml grounds, depot and
car BhopH (rites, for the Strnhorii rail
road entering tliolr city. The voto
triood 1?! for mid 17 iiHiilnst bonding.
That speaks well for n llttlo city llko
Hond only 17 mems-backs.
That la tlio kind of a aplrlt that
ulimilil exist, when n co-operative
Borvlco Ik needed to enrrv on tho se
curing of a IiIk enterprise like tho
Strahorn railroad systems of rail
roads, llonil Is to ho cotiRrntulatcd
on her shonlder-to-flhonlrior force.
And It seems that this sort of spir
it 1b being manifested all alonK tho
lino of tho piopoBcri routes. .nko
vlow Is rcporturi to have 'JT. miles of
right of wny seenreri north from tholr
city, besides the termlnnl grounds.
It Is said that 1'nlnloy has tho co
oporatlvo rvor, and thnt Hums has
offered tholr good will toRothor with
$121,000, Rood old round friends.
Silver I-ako Is wnltlnR for tho de
innnris whlrh will lie mnrie upon It,
iiuri tho riepot anil yard grounds and
rights of w;ny through the townslto
arc a ready' donation at nnv time. It
VII bo tho matter now of only n fow
weeks when Mr. Strahorn will ho tell
Iiir us what lie wants, anil that which
lio wants Is his at any timo.
NORTH PORTLAND, March 13.
HlRher prices prevailed nil along tho
lino In the cattlo division Monday.
Four loads of pulp fori steers sold at
$8.10, ono load of grain fed stcors
went at $8, mid hay feds sold at
$7.7", all prices Including a two hit
raise. Cows remain steady nt $C75,
There was moro of a supply of stuff
on the market than usual, over 1000
head holng counted In. A light run
of 2400 head of hogs enmo In over
Sunday. Mayors took hold readily
and prices soared. The main feature
In the hog division was that the hulk
of stuff was of good quality and very
fow loads went over tho scales for
less than $9. Market very strong.
Lambs, or any class of sheep nro not
creating any groat furore by the num
bers In evldonce. Only ono load of
feeder lambs being received. All
Bheep quotations hold steady to
stronger at former prices.
ONE CENT A WORD Is all a little
Want Ad will cost you.
Clean up nnd paint up. Sco Ed
COMMERCIAL CLL'H I'RCI'ARES
(Continued from pago 9.)
Cnl TliU Out It N Win tli Monoy
Don't miss (his. Cuf out this slip,
r no I ono with fi rents to Foley & Co.,
Chicago, III., writing your nnmo mid
ii dri rests clonilv. You will recolvo In
return a trial parkago containing
Foley's Honoy and Tar Compound,
for Ingrippo coughs, colds nnd croup,
Koley Kid tiny Pills, nnd Foloy Ca
thnrtlc Tablets. Sold every whoro. adv.
pond, and the Oregon Trunk spent
$2C,000 In building a spur and bridge
over tho rlvor to connect with tho
Tho two mill roinpnnlcs nro Tho
Slioviln-IIIxon Company nnd tho
Urooks-Scnnlnn Lumber Co., tho two
togethor owning approximately 2C0,
000 acres of timber land.
Each mill hns a 10 hour capacity
of 120,000 feet. Each has a lath
mill In connection.
Tho Shovlln-IIixnn plant will man
ufacture n largo por centngo of Its
cut In a sash nnd door fnctory nnd a
box factory. Tho Ilrooks-Scanlon
plnnt will linvo n box factory In con
nection. Ench company brings Its logs to
tho mill by logging railroads oxtond
Ing out Into tho timber.
a Cnroy Act irrigation sogregntlon
embracing approximately 200,000
acres lies to tho cast nnd north of
Mend. This land Is watered under
tho supervision of tho Stnto of Ore
gon, nnd becomes tho property of
settlers who ncquiro it by residence
and Improvement, paying from $15
to $ 10 nn ncro for wntor service, with
nu nnnuni maintenance chnrgo of
about $1 nn nrre. Non-trrlgablo land
In purchased nt $2,130 nn ncro.
Directly adjoining Henri nro two
otlior irrigation ontorprlBes, both
conducted on n fnrmor's co-oporntlvo
basis and both exceedingly prosper
ous. On tho Irrigated lands nil tho pro
ducts of tho tempernto zono prosper.
Tho soil nnd climate, hnwovcr, nro
particularly adapted to tho success
ful production of grasses nnd root
crops. Alfalfa, clover, grain, pota
toes and other root crops, Including
sugar boots, do well.
Tho ylold of butter fnt from tho
grasses Is exceptionally great, and
thlfL combined with the puro soft
wnftr, nnd tho lnck of excessive heat
and cold destines this territory io
tako tho front rank ns a dairy conn
try. Tho establishment of a cream
cry nt Henri, nnd tho nlrt given tho
fcrmors In securing fine cows by tho
local bnnks, means that a man with
forty acres who will raise grass and
food It to his cows will bo assured of
a comfortable living.
Tho Tiimalo Project.
About sovon miles northwesterly
from Hond, ndjoining Tumnlo, is tho
Tumalo project, nn Irrigation segre
gation recently completed by tho
Stnto of Oregon. It embraces somo
30,000 acres of tho finest land In the
State, well sltuntcd both for produc
tivity and markets. In constructing
this project, which is tho most sub
stantially built In tho west, the State
has spont $450,000. Work ondod
lato In 1914. Land is sold on cx-
tremoly easy terms, with long timo
Tributary to nend on the south
cast Is n hugo dry farming area, em
bracing moro thnn 1,000,000 ncres of
level nnd rolling sagebrush land,
with deep Boll, no trees and rocks,
nnd, in certain sections, well water is
obtainable nt moderate depths.
Much of this territory hns boon
settled by homesteaders. Tho major
ity of tho acreago is opon to homo
Htcnrilng unrior the 320-ncro home
stead law, which nllows tho free ac
quisition of thnt nmount In return for
rcsldonco and proportional annual
cultvntlon and Improvement. Tho
homestead lnws nro being marie eas
ier nnd moro attractive, with tho re
sult that moro and moro Bottlers nre
coming to Hond nnd mnklng homes on
this lnnd tributary to tho town.
Honris oxtend through this country
nnd auto nnd stngo lines tap It from
Henri, to which Its products will como
on down grade hauls, to bo milled
with tho Inexhaustible water power
of tho Deschutes,
Tributary to Bond, on down grade
hauls Is twenty billion feot of the
finest yellow plno tlmbor. Hcsldos
providing tho cheap power for tho
milling of this enormous timber holt,
Henri nfforris the best of mill pond
At present there nro nlso several
smallor mills In this section, employ
ing In tho neighborhood of 150 mon.
Whllo theso mnnufacturo lumber pri
marily for local consumption, not on
ly nro many carloads exported to tho
towns north of Henri, hut nlso many
aro Bhlpped to tho mldrilo wostorn
mnrkots, which lator will bo suppllori
heavily with tho Hond lumbar pro
ducts. Water Power.
Thoro Is nt lonBt 1(50,000 horso
pownr easily obtainable from the
Deschutes nt nnd nonr Hond.
Alronriy n 1700 horsepower plant
Is In operation In tho town nnd n COO
horsopowor plant nearby, which offer
ns chenp olcctrlc powor for domestic
W T ' 'ffk''M9 -K Jw jimmy pipes
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Buy Prlne Albert all etttr
bat: St I tidy rod lint, lOet
pound and half-pound tin
humldotr and that claity
cryiat-gla$$ pound humidor
with pnnjr-mofncr top
fAfif kcopa tho tobacco in
cm A fin thapoalway I
Oa III pwh !! ol lit II St rt I
lis will rttif "frtut P.LnteJ
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thrto nta mu plou watrt ant
nnd manufacturing usos as Is obtain
nblo In tho Northwest. Tho inox
haiistlblo nnd cheap powor nt her
doors guarantees Bond's exteiiBlvo
Tho man who comes to Bend or tho
ndjacent sections of Central Oregon
will bo ngrcoably surprised ot the
pleasant surroundings ho will en
counter, both In what naturo has
supplied nnd In social matters.
Tho sportsman will find tho Bend
co ntry a vorltnblo pnradlso. Fish
ing la tho Deschutes Is a famous at
traction, thnt river's giant trout
bringing sport lovors from all parts
of the Northwest. Deer, bear, rab
bits, sago hens, ducks, gceso, swung
nnd othor game afford aniplo recrea
tion for tho outdoor lover along tho
rlvor and in tho foothills. Canoeing
nnd boating directly at Bend and up
tho broad reaches of tho Dcschutos,
couplod with oxcollent auto roads,
borso back riding possibilities with
out end, nnd near by snow clad
mountain peaks, cnmblno nonr Bond
Interest for pvnrv sort of naturo lover
and hcahh too:;or.
How to (Jet llcic.
From Portland tako either the
"North Bank Rnllrond" or tho Ore- & I
gon-Wnsl',T'4o:i Railroad & Nnvlga- I
t'on system dl'Mit to Hond. Tho faro
is $7.10. Through tickets from all
Enstorn points nro good directly to
Henri. Tho ro"'i up tho Deschutes
canyon Is the most strikingly beauti
ful railroad trip In tho Northwest,
ami Is In Itsctf well worth tho Jour-noy.
jt JTVJCil JLi
This desirable Bread Knife, indispensable in every
home, will be given free to subscribers to The Bend
Bulletin in Crook County. A KNIFE WITH EVERY
ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION. This Bread Knife is
exactly as shown in the cut above, but without any
advertising. Flexible blade, curved edge, wooden
handle. Just what you want. Get yours while the
supply lasts. flTo old subscribers in the county:
Renew for a year and get a knife. To everyone in
Crook County: Subscribe for a year and get a knife.
ONLY $1.50 for a Knife and THE BULLETIN for one year
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