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THE BEND BULLETIN, BEND, ORE-, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0, lplO.
ROAD WILL PAY
KLAMATH FALLS MAN
QUOTED IN HERALD.
l'hotogriiphcr Who Took Views of
Country Trinr-rscil by Htraluini
Lines I Coiivlnccil of Hucrcss .. .
All Doubts Vanished.
AccompanyltiB W. D. Cheney on
Ilia recent trip over tlio Strnhorn
surveys, Charles S. Miller, of Klam
nth Falls, look a largo number of
photographs showing the country
itravurscl by tho linos. On his ru
'turn to Klnmatli Malls. Mr. Miller
gavo mi interview to the Klnmutli
Ilurahl tolling of his Impressions of
iho country travelled, ns follows:
"It has been said by n number of
pcoplu that It would bo Impossible
to make tho Strahorn railroad n pay
"I, myself, was In doubt, but after
completing tho trip over tho ontlro
survey, am thoroughly convinced
that It will bo a financial success In
n very short llmo after it Is com
pleted. "Von who liavo lived In Klamath
for u number of years would very
xiulckly rcsont It If somo ono would
ay to you that tills country would
not support it rallroud, nnd you would
hnvo a rlKht to. so why pass Judg
inent on tho Strahorn road without
first going over tho country nnd sco
"In koIiib over tho survey 1 saw
every ono or tho valleys from an ole
vntlou of from live hundred to one
' thousand foot above thorn, so I could
Kot a panorama plcturo that would
glvu tho mast perfect vlow posslblo,
lint must say thut the plcturos taken
, cannot possibly b'vo anywhere near
nil Idea of the viiHtucbs of this great
"Commencing at Ilond, tho survey
runs throiiBli about twolvu mlleu of
Irrigated laud which Is almost all he
iiiB ciiltlvntod, then about ton moro
miles of little valuo. You then enter
h fiood tract of plno timber which
extends for over thirty miles or with
in twolvo miles of Fort Hork, which
will furnish toiinni;o for the rail
road. "Kort Hock valley, which Is very
larsc, Is at prcsont only spareoly
settled, but with tho coming of tho
railroad will no doubt mako homos
for a great number of people
"Silver Lako valley, tho noxt on
tho lino, Is moro thickly nettled with
a number of largo ranches, theso
ranches bavins Bood houses and
barns and are dotted with haystacks
"From Sllvor I.ako tho Klamath
lino enters tho plno timber about
twelve miles from tho Junction and
continues through same until it
reaches the Spraguo Itlver country,
with which you are all familiar from
there on into Klamath Falls.
"Going back to tho survey, which
leaves Silver Sake, you bo through
Summer Lake valley, Chewauran,
Sllvor Crcok, (Joobo Lako and then
over tho only high pass, which will
rcfjtilro a tunnel, into Surprise val
"All of these Valleys nro well set
tled and aro very prosperous with
many fine houses and barns, but all
unublo to ralso anything but cattle
until they get a railroad which they
nro nil very anxious to seo at tho
earliest posslblo time. Every valley
has Its little flour mill, which fur
nishes Its own locality only, being
unablo to ship anything out. Most
of theso localities also ralso all the
fruit nercsaary for homo consump
tion, such as apples, peaches, plums
"Almost all theso valleys nro moro
or less Irrigated from tho small
Htreums that coma In from tho moun
tains nnd somo hnvo good-sized proj-
ocls in operation or under way.
"In every locality could bo seen
thousands of cuttle and hundreds of
stacks. of liny.
"Wn wnrn nssurnd on every hand
that tho pcoplu In each locality worn
going to do everything that Air. Miru
linm nuked of them, then If tho rail
road was not built It would bo no
fault of theirs.
"Ono of tho crcatcst thlnixs In fa
vor of this road Is tho very easy
grades and tho largo amount of ter
ritory that Is almost perfectly level
through which It will bo built, which
will mako construction very cheap."
FARMERS WILL MEET
Flcst Session or Agricultural Council
to Ho Held Soon.
Tho tlrst annual meeting or tho
Crook County Agricultural Council
will bo hold In tho Domestic Science
building at Hedniond, on December
2:1. Knch or the 21 farmers' organi
zations which go to make up thu
council has delegated a representa
tive to attend.
The following program for tho
convention has been sent out:
"Cooperative Purchase of Seeds,
ThoughtfulnMs of others Is the key
note of Christmas. "As ye do It unto
,tho least of these," snld tho Founder
of tho day.
Havo YOU thought of the TIRED
SHOPGIRLS? As you treat them you
nro treating II I m. Let thnt sink home.
Tho greatest kindness you can do these
girls Is to SHOP EARLY.
If tho majority of pcoplo would do
that the girls could enjoy their Christ
mas, too. for they would not be TIRED
TO DEATH by working nt a KILL
ING PACE till midnight on CbrUtmas
Stryehnlno, Gypsum, Feeds, Etc." by
I II. Dencer, discussion by C. F.
Hosklns nnd W. F. Mackcy; "Ilab
blt Campaign Extermination," K. S.
IJarnurd, discussion by W. M. Ogg
niul C. L. Mead; "Stock Shipping
Association," by C. F. Hosklns, dis
cussion by W. M. Ogg and I II.
Dencer; "Potato Growers Associa
tion," by .1. L. Gibson, discussion
by S. n. Mustard and Karl Saunders;
"Establishing Hardy Crops," by A. S.
of Fresh, Well Packed, Recent Assortment Canned Goods
immediate from the packers. This assortment contains everything that will
be pleasing for your table.
Thinking of Your Christmas Dinner?
We would be pleased to help you in suggesting Christmas necessaries for your
table We assure you that they will be fresh.
ALWAYS QUALITY AND SERVICE.
PERSONAL ATTENTION . PROMPT SERVICE
LOUIS BENNETT, Grocer
PHONE, WiACK iliJl
Larson & Co. Xmas. Bulletin
WATCHES Elgin, Waltham, Howard, Hamilton, just
the one you prefer for your especial useat the price
you wish to pay.
Don't fail to see our stock of beau
Good, gold-filled ones for $1, $1.50
Solid gold ones, from .$2.25 to $50
Diamond Lavalliers with brilliant
cut settings, from $5.00 up.
Our stock of
is complete and consists only of
such goods as we can guarantee to
keen correct time. We are selling
them at bottom pricesEngraving
Have you seen our stock of
You will be surprised at the prices
and the many pleasing gifts in this
line, from 15c up. Haskets with
Chinese Heads and Tassells, Paper
Knives, Hearth Brushes, Narcis
sus Bowls, Bamboo Vases, Mandar
in Pot Pourri. Make an early
selection of these goods, as they
are going fast.
You may find a suitable gift in our
Sterling and Silver Plated Dept.
We carry the goods produced by
the best manufacturers in Amer
ica. Why not start a set of Sterl
ing Silver or of Community Plate?
It is open stock, and a piece may
be added at any time Nothing
finer for a gift to the home-maker
Oh yes, we have the latest designs
Sheffield Plate, Casseroles, Serv
ing Trays, Silver Tea Sets, Cream
ers and Sugars No old goods here.
FOR HER Why not select a gift
either in a Manicure or Toilet Set?
We also have Sterling and Plated
Sets, if she prefers them. There
are some fascinating Leather Sets,
or a Sewing Set, in Sterling Silver,
for a more impersonal gift.
Our wall cases are filled with a
most splendid assortment of
Cut Glass and Pickard China
The new Hnwke's Engraved Glass
is especially attractive as well
worth considering when selecting
a gift for ono who "has every
thing." Did You say
Wattermans Fountain Pens
Yes, we carry them, and have a
well selected stock Engraving
You are invited to come and in
spect our new stock of the latest
styles of everything to be found in
an up-to-date Jewelry store Our
prices are right, and we take pleas
ure in pleasing you.
DlAMONDSWo guarantee every ono sold, to be as represented. You do
not need to be a diamond expert if you buy of us.
LARSON & CO.
SIGN OF THE BIG ClIbCK :: :: :: :: BEND, OREGON
Fogg, discussion by S. W. Morrill
and A. I). Norton; "Cooperative Cow
Purchase," by C. D. Jarrctt, discus
sion by W. M. Ogg and J. N. 13.
Corking; "Farm Demonstrations,"
by J. N. 11. Corking, discussion by A.
S. Fogg and C. F. Hosklns.
Kotlco is hereby given that tho
City of Bond has taken up tho fol
lowing described livestock, towlt!
Two will to horses, ono bny horso, ono
pinto mare, wearing boll; all about
eight years old and wolghlng about
1,000 pounds each. Also ono suck
ling colt. Brands aro undecipher
able. Tho cost of redeeming said
- OREGON THUNK TRAIN
Arrives 7:20 a. m.
- Leaves 9 p. m.
O.-W. It. & N. TRAIN.
Arrives 7:30 p. ra.
Leaves 7:25 a. m.
AUTO STAGE LINK SOUTH.
Arrives 5 p. in.
Cars to Burns, Fort Klamath
Fort Rock, Sllvor Lako nnd
- other points south and south
POST OFFICIO HOURS.
General dollvcry open dally -
- S:30 a. in. to C p. m.
No mall distributed on Sundny.
- Night train mail closes 8:15
Day train mall closes 0:30 a. m.
TELEGRAPH HOURS. -
Wcstorn Union dally 7 a. m. to
- 0 p. m. Sunday and holidays
Pacific Tel. & Tol. Co. 2 1 hour
sorvlco, Including Sunday.
stock will bo $1.00 per head por
day, In addition to tho nctual cxponso
of keeping, togothcr with tho cost
of this advertisement and all other
necessary cxpeiiBcs.' In caso of fail
ure to red co in by tho ownor, said
stock will ho sold, aB provided by tho
charter and ordinances of tho City
of Bend, on Thursday, December I
nt 2 p. m., In front of the city Jjh
L. A. W. NIXON,
Chlof of Police, and cx-of'lcio
Christmas cards, 1 cent each, itl
Reed & Morton, drugs. Adv.
DIRECTORY OF OFFICIALS.
Prcsldont Woodrow Wilson
Vlco Prcsldeut. .Thomas R. Marshall
Secretary of Stato ..Robert LaiiBlng
Socrotary of Navy . . Josophus Danlols
Secretary of War . .Newton D. Baker
Secretary of Interior . . . .F. K. Lane
Socrotary Agrlculturo D. F. Houston
Secretary of Troasury .W. F. McAdoo
Socrotary Commerce . .W. C. Rodflold
Socrotary of Labor . . . . W. D. Wilson
Attornoy General T. M. Grogory
Postmaster uenorni .Aiuon uuriesun
Governor James Wlthycomho
Secretary of Stato . . . . U. W. Olcott
Troasuror Thos. B. Ka
Atty. Genornl Goo. M. Brown
Superintendent Public Instruction . .
J. A. Churchill
Stnto Printer Arthur Lawronco
Commissioner Labor Statistics ....
O. P. Hot!
Oamo Wnrdon ...Carl D. Shoomakor
Stato Engineer John H. Lank
United States Senators
Georco E. Chamborlalu
, , Harry W. Lano
Congressmen C. N. MeArthur
N. S. Sinnott
W. A. Hawley
Circuit Court Judge. . T. E. J. Duffy
District Attornoy W. H. Wirtz
County Judgo G. Springer
Clerk Warren Brown
Sheriff E. 11. Knox
Treasurer Ralph Jordan
Assessor H. A. .Foster
School Supt J. H. Myers
Corouor P. B. Foludextor
Surveyor H. A. Kelly
Commissioners .... .J. F. Blanoard
II. J, Ovortur!
Iho Courts. ,
Circuit Meets first Monday In
September and Dcccmcer and second
Monday la March.
Probate Meets first Monday In
Commissioners' Meets first Wed
nesday In January, March, May. July,
September. November and December,
Rend School District No. 12.
Directors R. M. Smith, Chmn.
J. Edward Larson
.11. J. Overturf
City of Bend.
Mayor J. A. Eastes
Recorder H. O. Ellis
Troasuror Mary E. Coleman
Chlof of Police- . ...L. A. W. Nixon
City Attorney ...II. II. De Armond
City Physician U. C. Coe
Councllmen John Steldl
C. M. McKay
C. V. Cllvls
L. C. Rudow
, . .E. P. Hrosterhaus
S. C. Caldwell
Justice of the Peace.
Rend Precinct , . J. A. aste
PETITE PIQUANT CHARMING IRRESISTIBLE
Thnt Ih tho characterization given to tho work of ANN
PENNINGTON, the tar of ZlegfcId'N Follies, vho up.
pcnrH in ,
"Suxle" Is tho little dancer who fccandallzp lice maidenly
mints mill m'Ih her vlllngo agog when .she brings her
Broadway ideuls Into tho community.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
The Fourth Chapter of
The Lass of the Lumberlands'',
King Baggot, Captain of the Typhoon"
A U-Ilot M'l'los, thnt Is replete with thrills. Also, u laugh
Inn Carter Dclluicu comedy, entitled, "From the Rogue's
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
It was always the miihitlou of Victor .Monro, In his boy
hood da)K to he a clown. This ambition Is realized in
tills film, a wonderfully realistic circus iliama, full of tho
ewntful of circus life.
C. V. SILVIS
BARGAINS IN IRRIGATED RANCHES
AND CITY PROPERTY
IXTS FOR SALE IN EVERY ADDITION IN REND
PROPERTY HANDLED FOR NON-RESIDENTS. TIMBER
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
OFFICE OREGON STREET
HOME MADE CANDIES
WATCH OUR SATURDAY SPECIAL
E. O. LOGAN Wall Street
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