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THE .MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, 3IAY 2S, 1920
278,388 ACRES IN
Best Clothes Value $50
(Below Market Value)
Organized Districts Comprise
SUMMARY IS PREPARED
Bonds Already Voted for Develop
ment or Sections Amount
SALKM; Or.. May 27. (Special.)
There are included irk irrigation dis
trictw now organized in Oregon a total
of 1,036.283 acres, of which 278,388
acres are actually under water at the
present time, according- to a report
prepared here today by Percy Cupper,
Konds voted for the development of
these districts aqrerefrate $15,222,000,
of which $4,861,000 have been certi
fied by the irrigation securities com
mission under a Jaw passed in 1916.
State guarantee of interest has been
authorized on bonds amounting to
J2.600.000. and $3,290,000 already has
been expended in development of the
Summary Is Compiled.
A summary of the irrigation dis
tricts, together with irrigable area
of each, lands now under water, bonds
voted, bonds certified, bonds guaran
teed aivd expenditures, follow:
,15"rm Pprinsa dlstri.-t Irripahle arm.
ill. .) a-'rr.v; land unrW irrigation, 1,400
'res: hnmlK voted, $1, .150.000; bonds certi
fied. l,or.0,om; bonds guaranteed, 11,350.
oon; money expended, $1.350 000
JAieni uistnrt Irrigable area. ftnftfl I
w.-rt-s; ihh-1 umier water. 6O0 arre: bonds
voted. Jtioo.ooo; bonds certified, $250,000;
money expended, $250,000.
Teel district Irritable area16,000 arrev
t??onn0l,d' bonds certified.
JJ3O.000; money expended. $150,000
. SuttJes I,ake district Irricrable area, 13 -00(1
a.rrc.: honriw Voted, $750,000.
Silver 1-Jike district Irncable area. 7777
acres; land under water, 1600 acres: bonds
Payette Slope Included.
Payette Or.. iope district Irritable
flrea, o.iOO acres; land under water 4500
h?!1-dVoted- -"5.000; bonds cer
tified. ..000; money expended. 950.0OO.
Oehoco district Irritable area, 000
acreH; land under water, 20,000 arre.s;
bonds voted. $1,350,000; bonds certified,
f 1.J..U.000; bonds guaranteed, $X,2o0.000:
money expended, $1.250.O00.
Medford diMrict Irrigable area, 10.000
acres; land under water, 1700 acres; bonds
Horsefly district Irrigable area, 19,800 !
acres; land under water. 5700 acres; bonds 1
voted. $775,000. j
i-.oia rim dfptrlct Trripahle area 1100
acre?; land under water, 1100 acres;'bonds
voted. $K5.000; bonds certified, $85,000:
money expended. $85,000.
Urania Pass district Irritable area. 8600
acres; bonds voted, $290,000; bonds certi
fied. $151 .000; money expended. $100,000
Kast Fork district Irrigable area, 13.0R4
acres; land under water, 500 acres; bonds
lead Ox .Fiat district Irrigable area.
Willow-Alder district Irrigable area.
24. -135 acres.
North Unit district Irrigable area. 100.
00O acres; bonds voted. $5,(00.0Uf)
Enterprise district Irrigable area. 2373
aires; bonds voted, $40,0(t0; bonds certi
fied, $40.0M; money expended, $40,000.
Owyhee district irrigable area, 30.000
Hood River district Irrigable area. 4174
acres; land under water, 3154 acres; bonds
voted, $ 1 07.00(1.
Land In Harney Watered.
Harney Valley district Irrigable area.
4G.hh acres: land under water. 4000 acres.
Harney Basin district Irrigable area.
80.000 acres; land under water, bu.OUO
Succor Creek district Irrigable area.
1-S00 acres: land under water, 300 acres.
Lower Powder district Irrigable area.
60.0OO acres; land under water, 14,000 acres.
Silver Creek Valley district Irrigable
area, 17.000 acres; land under water. 4000
Klamath drainage district Irrigable
area. 20.047 acres.
Pino Urove district Irrigable area, 1000
l-anpclls Valley district Irrigable area.
24.000 acres; land under water. 4500 acres
bonds voted, $5100,000.
Willow Valley district Irrigablo area
-Malin district Irrigable area. 3000 acres
Klamath district Irrigable area. 500
acres; land under water, 42,000 acres.
Central Oregon district Irrigable area,
45,000 acres; land under water, 30,000
Summer Lake district Irrigable area,
Sunnyside district Irrigable area.. 789
acres; land under water, 475 acres; bonds
South Fork Has Project.
South Fork district Irrigable area, 8000
Pino Valley district Irrigable area, 15.
Fort Rock district Irrigable area. 35,000
Hear Creek district Irrigable area. 4000
acres: land under water, 15O0 acres.
Purkeo district Irrigable area.- 4000
acres : land under water, 2500 acres.
Bridgeport d Istrlct Vrigahle area, 2000
acres: land under watur, 20OO acres.
Eagle Point district Irrigable area, 8000
Sparta district Irrigable area. 600ft
Hereford district Irrigable area, 4000
Mountain Sheep district Irrigable area.
10.000 acres; land under water, 5000 acres;
bonds voted, $150,000.
John Hay district Irrigable area. 122.
Squaw Creek district Irrigable area.
8150 acres; land under water, 8150 acres;
bonds voted, $113,000; bonds certified.
$113,000; money expended, $15,000.
Community district Irrigable area, 8000
acres; land under water, 3100 acres.
Big Bend district Irrigable area, 5000
Lone Pine district Irrigable area. 1600
8000 Acres in Tamnlo Watered.
Tumalo district Irrigable area, 22,500
acres: land under water, f00O acres.
West Kxtcnsion district Irrigable area,
ll.soo acres; land under water. oOOO -acres.
Hcrmiston district ( Umatilla project
Irrigable area. 30.300 acres; land under
watjT, 7335 acres.
Kingman Colony district Irrigable area.
40OO acres: laud under water, 2070 acres.
Evans Creek district Irrigable area, 10.
000 acres: land under water. 500 acres.
Snow Creek district Irrigable area. 3000
acres: land under water. N00 acres.
Sparta district Irrigable area. 8000
acres: land umlor-water, 350 acres.
Willow Valley district Irrigable area.
JUK4 acres: land under water, 1H acres.
There are now being formed In the state
six other irrigation districts. Including
Sutherlln. Coos Lake. Slide, Harper. Orande
Konde and Glacier. The Slide district will
have 20OO acres of land, while the Harper
district w ill include S0C0 acres.
Itond Sale Now Opposed.
Although satisfied that the irriga
t ion of the present unproductive
lands of Oregon will add millions of
revenue h nnually to the state's re
sources. Mr. Cupper is of the opinion
that the telling of securities in large
amounts for the development of these
district should be stayed for the
present, or at least until the bond
market recovers sufficiently To in
sure better returns.
In this connection Mr. Cupper made
it plain that he would not discour
age the formation of irrigation dis
tricts, but would proceed with this
preliminary work in order that the
Londs would be ready to place on the
market at any time when satisfactory
bids are received. At present these
irrigation bonds are bringing about
i5 cents on a dollar, which Mr. Cup
per considers far below their actual
THEY'RE worth more than $50
we could get more-and be
giving unusual value.
But we'd rather save some extra
money for you people don't for
get such things in a hurry and we
expect to be here for years to come.
They are fine all-wool suits,
weaves and models. Smart styles
for the young men; more dignified
things for business men. Best of
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we're putting it up to you.
See our corner windows
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MAXY IiATE CANDIDATES FILE
school and numbers in its ranks de
bate and ath letic stars as well as
Peter L. Carlson, Carey 33. Corryea,
Fred Palmer and Virgil Phillips of the
class served overseas.
Lists Bun Below $ 1 00 in Most
Cases With O. V. Hosford, Port
land, Spending Nothing.
SALEM, Or., May 27. (Special.)
It cost David M. Dunne of Portland,
$219.53 to make his campaign for
the office of delegate to the repub
lican national convention from the
Third- district, according to his ex
pense account filed with the secre
tary of state here today. 4
Other expense accounts filed here
James H. Hazlett, Hood River, candi
date or the democratic nomination for
state senator, sixteenth district, $10;
Thomas B. Kay, Salem, candidate for re
publican nomination for state representa
tive, first district, $'J5.50; George W. Hy
att, Knterprise, candidate for republican
nomination for state representative, twenty-fourth
district, S1Q; Kd Wright, La
Grande, candidate for republican nomina
tion for district attorney of Union county,
tl'O: G. G, Joyce, treasurer of W. C. North
campaign committee, on behalf of W. C
North of Portland, candidate for repub
lican nomination for representative, eigh
teenth district. $150.46; Robert S. Parrel I,
Portland, candidate for the republican
nomination for state senator, thirteenth
district; O. W. Hosford. Portland, candi
date for republican nomination for state
representative, eighteenth district, noth
ing; Walter L. Robb. Portland, candidate
for republican nomination for presidential
elector. $23 45; Dow V. Walker, Portland,
candidate for delegate to the republican
national convention, third district, $88.17;
Charles C. Hindman, Portland, candidate
for republican nomination for representa
tive, eighteenth district, $4; Fred E.
Smith, fcTugene, candidate for republican
nomination for district attorney for Lane
county, $70.94; H. B. Adams, Portland,
candidate for delegate to the democratic
national convention, third district, $15; W.
C. North, Portland, candidate for the re
publican nomination for state representa
tive, eighteenth district, $13.63; Loyal
Graham, Forest Grove, candidate for re
publican nomination for state representa
tive, fifteenth district, $10: Arthur K.
Hill, Portland, candidate for republican
nomination for state representative eigh
DUFUR IS BEING BOOMED
Two Sawmills, Box Factory and
Lumber Factory Added to Town.
THE DALLES, Or., May 27. (Spe
cial.) Two sawmills, a box factory
and a big: lumber yard are the in
dustrial developments which are
booming- Dufur, 15 miles from this
city. All these industries are being
established, the Ward sawmill already
being in operation. It has a capacity
of 10.000 feet a day.
The second mill, which is to have a
capacity of about 25.000 feet a day,
will turn its saws about June 10. This
mill will be located on the McCoy
The box factory will begin business
the latter part of June, accdrdinpr to
present plans. The owners propose
to make this factory a first-class
The lumber yard will be operated
in connection with the sawmills and
the box factory. It will specialize in
construction materials and later may
add a ready-cut house department.
Rolls Testify to Migration.
THE DALLES, Or., May 27 (Spe
cial.) Migratory workers are coming
into and leaving this city in squads
as evidenced by th'e numerous blanket
rolls at the local baggage room. There
were 15 rolls there this morning, some
little, some big, but all were wrapped
in the well-known style which char
acterizes itinerant workers' bundles.
Xew Flight Record Made.
THE DALLES. Or., May 27. (Spe
cial.) By flying to this city last
evening from Portland in 45 minutes,
W. O. Butler and Lieutenant R. L.
Brown of Yakima, established a new
aerial time record between the two
Cardinals wore miters until the
council of I.yoni in 1245 directed them
to wear hats.
35 WILL BE GRADUATED
The Dalles High School Class Is
T1JE DALLES, Or., May 27. (Spe
cial.) Commencement exercises of
The Dalles high school will be held
in the high school auditorium Friday
evening. June 4. There are 35 grad
uates. 20 of whom are girls and 15
The commencement address will be
delivered by Dr, J. H. Gilbert of the
University of Oregon.
The class is the second largest to
bp graduated from the local high
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Edward Johnson 64864
Philadelphia Orchestra 74609
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