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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1914)
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SEED RYE ON
Dead Trees Given Awny for Personal
Vm? unit I-lvc Saw Tluitcr Sold nt
Very Iow l'rlce loret Service
Assists (he Homestcmlers.
One of tho groat mlvnnlagca to
BCttlere in tho proximity of national
forests la tho opportunity to obtain
firewood and timber for building at
little or no coat. Tho Forest Service
Is very liberal In Its treatment of
Bottlers, asking In return only th.it
Its rules as to tho uso of toiests bo
observed and for co-operation In sucn
matters as flro protection.
Many new settlers aro Ignorant of
the conditions under which timber
may bo obtained from tho National
Forests and In order that they way
bo fully Informed on this subject Tha
Bulletin has recently Interviewed
Forest Supervisor Merritt of tho Des
chutes National Forest in this regard.
Mr. Merrlt states that the Foreat
Service gives to all settlers, free of
charge, dead timber of all species and
live timber of species that do not
commonly reach saw timber slxo, for
tbolr own personal use. Timber Is
not given away to any one for com
mercial use. Llvo saw timber and
small trees of species that commonly
produce saw timber aro not given
away free but aro sold to actual set
tlers who wish to use tho timber In
tho development of their ranches,
for the price of 60 cents per thous
and feet, U. M. Tho common specie
given under free uso permit are live
and dead lodgepolo plno and Juniper
and dead yellow pine. The specie
ordinarily c)d under the 50 cent
price to settlers Is ys'.Iow plnd.
. During th nino months ending
March 31. 1914, Mr. Merritt states
that tho Forest Service gave away
under free use permits from tho ter
ritory under his charga 1,169.590
tftob & M Most Of this amount
consuls Of pOSla and poles used, iy
fcettlers in fencing, and Of flro wood.
A small amount of timber Is used
for construction of log houses and
barns. Tho actual number of posts
given for frco uso was 49,500, poles
19,500 and cords of flro wood, 1289.
The free use regulations do not per
mit the Forest Service to gle an in
dividual timber to a greater valuo
man j0.ou (luring any one year.
This, however, Is more than any set
tler will ordinarily need since tho
prices at which the timber or this
class Is computed are very low.
In order to secure timber under
free use permit settlers must go to
tho nearest Forest officer, generally
the District Ranger, and tell him how
much and what kinds of material aro
desired. If the desired material is
not saw timber a written permit !b
Issued the applicant and he is advis
ed as to the beet place where the ma
larial can be secured, the routes
leading to It, and given other infor
mation ho may desire.
He is also furnished a form on
which he Is requested to report the
amount of timber which ho actually
cuts. Ho then goes and gets the
timber without further formality ex
cept that he is requested to pile
brush resulting from the cutting so
that it may bo burned by the Forest
Whenever settlers desire timber
that grows to saw timber Rlzn thai
Is. live, yellow pine, it must bo se-1
cured oy purchase at the rate of SO
cents per thousand feet. Such sales
aro made to settlers In any quantity
desired provided that all material
purchased shall actually bo used by
lno purchaser himself for the devel
opment of bis own farm or home
stead. These sales are ordinarily
made by District Rangers who ac
company the purchaser to tho Forest,
mark the tlmbor for cutting, estimate
tho amount and explain how pay
ments should be made and tho regu
lations governing the sale. The regu
lations requlro tha.t payments must
be made In advance, that brush re
sulting from tho cutting must be
Plied for burning by the Forest Of
ficer, and that tlmbor cut must be
fully utilized. The amount of tim
ber actually sold to settlers under
this special SO cent price is not large
since practically all the material
from the Forest desired by homo
stcadora can be secured under freo
WIATj ESTATE TRANSFERS.
(Ifcsued by Crook County Abstract
Jessie Fisher to J. M. Griffin WV4
BW 23-15-12, 342.
Same to eamo Its. 23, 24, blk. 19,
Frank W. Catlow to Dan Catlow
It. 1, 1-18-12.
Rend Park Co. to Margaret I,
HIckey It. 2, blk 107, 1st odd Rend
Henry Walto to M. n. Deaver et al
part SV BE, the S 8W2, WNW,
NE NW, WV4 NE, SB NE 11-12-14,
U. 8. Laud Office to Jay L. Nichols,
Jay h. Nichols to A. J. Harter SE
NE. NE SE. 23; 8V NW, N W8W,
U. 8. to James A Eaatea patent
Ntt BW, SW BW, 20; NW NW, 29-17-I2.
La Pino Townslto Co. to J. E.
Moreon It. 18, blk. 4, 1st add. La
Samo to same Its. 24, 25, blk. 32,
Ralph McCauloy to Mazle I. Ho
Cauley EH NE. 20-14-13, $1500.
Redmond Townslto Co. to Augus
tus F. Howes It. 21, blk. 25, Red
J, A. Dilworth to T E. J. Duffy.
V4 8E, NE BE, SB NE, 22-14-10,
2000 A11LES AT $1.08 A
Freak Trip Taken ,lly Parcel Post
Shipment From Rums to Fort
Itocfc, Circling Stato To Go Ono
Hundred ami Twenty Miles.
Newspapers, magazines, and va
rious publications havo been full of
freak shipments mado by parcel poet,
but L. Woldcnburg, of this placo,
manager of tho Austin-Burns star
route stage line, has on6 that tops
all or any freak shipment over made
by parcel post, says tho Canyon
On April Gth at Rums ho was giv
en 1200 pounds of seed rye to bo
shipped by parcel post to Fort Rock,
In I.nke county of th's state, a dis
tance of 120 miles. It was within
tho second zono and tho postal rate
was $1.08 a ' hundred. Instead or
going to Fort Rock by pack horse
or conveyance it or courso nau to
follow tho usual mall route and Mr.
Woldenburg hauled it S6 miles to
Pralrlo City. It then was shlppod
over tho Surapter Valley railway to
linker City, a dlstanco of 86 miles.
It was then taken to Portland. 350
miles, and then to Sacramento, about
900 miles. From Sacramento It was
shipped to Reno, Nevada, 250 miles
and then to Lakovlew, 175 miles.
From there it was loaded on a star
route stage again and hauled to Fort
Rock, 130 miles. This ryo was haul
ed 2000 miles to b delivered 120
miles distant. It went over two
stage lines and over half a dozen
railroad! and still kept within Uio
second tone. Government red tape
prevented the proper and roasonablo
delivery of tho shipment and as n
conscquenco it had to go through
three states and trnvol 2000 miles
to get 120 miles. Uamey County
First Prenlt) tcrlnii,
Bundny school nt 10 n. in. Mr.
David II. Morloy, superlutiMident.
Preaching nt 11 n, in. Subject: "Tho
Final Religion," Evening norvlce
begins nt 7:45, Subject "Tho Sin ot
tho Nino." Special munlo nt euuli
service undor direction of Mrs. AbU
loy Forrest. O. 11. Wllklua, mlnlH-tor.
A Tow hours at n nlco classy, clenn,
up-to.dnto placo especially propnrml
for gentlemen, will rotnovo nil worry
and troubles. Tho Motropolltnn.-Adv
A Stubborn Cough Is WcarliiK !
Lotting a stubborn cough "hang
on" In tho spring Is risky. Foley
Honey & Tnr Compound heals raw
Inflamed surfaces In tho thront and
branchtnl tubes mnkes sore, weak
spots sound and whole stops stub
born, tearing coughs. Rotuio sub
stitutes. Patterson Drug Co.
Lawn mowers, garden hoio, whol
barrows. Bkuso Hardwaro Com
KfTort Helen Miltlo to Ho TrnctM
That Were Wlthilrnmi t)Hnetl for
Entry Petition to be Filed mill
Rcclumntloit Hen Ice, May' Act.
WASHINGTON, May 18. Sonntor
Chamberlain has taken up with tho
Heoretnry of tho Interior tho uiioiitlim
uf loHtoiliiK to ontiy nliuut lOO.UU'i
ncroH ot laud In tho DedolnitoH valley
now withheld on rooliuimllun with
drnwuln. Tho Immigration oominlu
hIoii of Orogoii found that while np
imrontly 4111.120 nuroH was lentorol
to entry March 12, over 10(1,000 nenm
or unit was huld tor ruoliuiiullim nml
only 5 1,000 itoroH was actually till
able Innil Hiibjoet Io entry, Sonntor
riinmnoriam win try io imve prompt
notion tnknn m Mint vuttlnrH IniUend
or timber speculator!) limy luno op
portunity to Hrcuro InudN.
KoproMMitiitlvo Hluuott in rule lit
qulry about tho Devohuten with,
drawn) and wuh Informed Umt the
reclamation withdrawn! were iuan
to afford n linnlH for co-oporntlvn
work with tho State of Otexon. that
to restore thexo lauds to entry nt Mil
Mino would lie to prevent tho entry
lug out plans for such co-operation In
tho construction of tho Dcxohnto
project. Tho reclamation Horvlco,
however, will entertain n petition to
restore thesu lauds to entry. Hlnnott
suggested two weeks ago to Oregon
persons tho advisability of filing such
The Kutiornl limit nlllro toilny In
forum Haunter Olitunliiirliiln (lint Itii
primtlru In nil ciimkh wluiro IniulH In
reelamiitlun or power itltu withdraw,
n In luvvo been nmtorod In entry to lif.
elude In iiotlriw or siinh nmtoratlim
it period of lit) dayrt between tlMtm
when Hiieli IiuiiIh nlinll lieeoiiiu hiiIi
Joct to uottlmiiciil mid entry ronpuiit-Ivuly.
J m& mJJq
--for IS yflr
Thi Standard SUn Iieirirdjf
VZ Skin Troubles
The Guaranteed Remedy
PATTHHHO.V llllt'fl CO.. Ileuil, Ore.
MI hail no idea this Oil Cook Stove would Lake
bread and cook everything just liko my utccl range.
But it docs. And best of all my kitchen etaya cool
these hot daya. Besides, there's no coal or wood or
ashes to lug. Oh, Fin delighted with iuM
OIL COOK STOVE
It bakes, broils, roasts and toasts perfectly. It
docs all that any wood or coal stovo can do -and at
less cost. It doesn't smoke; doesn't taint tho food.
Clean, safe, convenient. Ask to sco it at your
V nr a hm A nn nil
FOR REST RESULTS
USE PEARL OIL
ID OIL g
The BRICK GARAGE
ON 1IOND HTHKKT
will ni: co.MPLr.Ti:n in a ooupli: op whkkk
TIiIh Mill Ixi the Inrnext nml het
gnrnge building in (Vntrnl Oregon.
' Arrniige Now l'or
HTORAOH AT MODRRATIC IUTRH
lUlxrt Repair Work at Fnlr Prlren
Wo liMrlbtito ClialiiierN Ai Hnxon Van nml Hclilen Trurkw
TSk Bend Garage Company
It. i:. HttnJy
i:. II. Ilruukn
T, W. Ilnnly
LUMBER, SHINGLES 1
The Miller Lumber Company g
Reduction ii Prices
of MAZDA Lamps
25 watt lamps 40c 35g
40 watt lamps 40c 35c '
60 watt lamps 50c 45c
1 00 watt lamps .... 80c 75c. - . . .
-,r ' t
fm -i mrwr''l-
'Bend Water Light 2b Power, Cp
I . '
Wenandy Livery & Auto Co.
NEW AUTO TRUCKS
Will bo put on between Rend and Silver Lake April 1.
IlEND-LA IMNK $2.C0
HKND-KORT KOCK 94.BO
BEND-SILVEH LAKK.. ?f.00
will bo churKcd on nil Exprota and HtiRKairo.
June 7 to 11 Incluslvo, to
B" yTjw II
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
Portland Rose Festival
Four Dnys of Dazzling Attractions June 0-12
0TII MAItlNK I'AOHANT,
tX)ROATION. U O H K
HHOW. MIl-ITAUY DIH.
JOTH FIjOIlAIi I'ARADKH.
VAIi. RANI) tX)NTHHTH.
JtTII HUMAN ROHKIILI)
l'AHADI-:. NATIONAL lb.
I)()N RACK. ORHAT
iiyrir DAVMoiiT i'acikant.
UAIi I'ARARK AT NIGHT.
.90 rom Bend
Limit June 15, Details on application to
J. II. CORBETT, Bend, Oregon
See Clatsop Beach on the Oregon Coast, one-day side
trip, from Portland.