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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1914)
tiii: in:i iui.lktiv, iiknd, om:., wkunksday, hkptkmiiur no, ion,
Deschutes Ranger for August
(Continued from Inst wcok.)
Tho Secretary of Agrlcultuio m
classified 49.1G7.61 acres of land,
known ns tlio Sisters l.nnd Clnsaitl
cntlon Project, ns chlolly vixlunlilo fot
forestry purposes, nnd uonllslublo tin
tier (ha Act of June 11, 100G. This
tract In toentod Ml of tho (own or
Sisters along (ho eastern slope of (ho
Oasotido mountains In Township H
B.. RnVgo 8 Hast, nnd la Townships
in. 14 nnd 16 S.. Range 3 liwt. The
clnwMontlou Is (ho (liinl roaiilt of In
tcnslvo Hold work done In 1913 mil
1918 hy oflleere of (ho Forost Sorvteo
mnj or (he 1) u r oh il of Soils. Tho Hold
work Inoludod nn estimate of (he
mantling timber, ft dotallod soil sur
vey nnd n Intensive study of the
tordet nnd agricultural value of the
nren. The climatic conditions wotv
found (o be adverse, (ho soil of lov
ngrlculttiral value and no wntor nvnll
nolo for Irrigation. Tho stand ot
timber mi estimated to be over thrt?
fourths or a billion feet U. M., ninety-four
pereeut or which Is Western
ellow pine of a good iiualt(y. This
Is the first area on the Deewhutc or
Patillna Pores finally etaeeWexl nv
tlie Secretary of Agriculture after an
Intensive Held atudy.
Hath Mr. Sherman and Mr. Ames,
on (heir recent (rip through (he Sis
ters and Metollus country, comment
ed favorably oa the excellent manner
In which the d'atrtct was posted with
HlgH-boards. It Is gratlf)lng to know ,
that such Improvements are app
elated, as Indeed they nlwavs are es
pecially by those not familiar with
tho region. It Is hoped that all of
(ha I'oroat may be completely posted
ly another uninmor, nlthotiRh there
Is a great deal of work still to i
done. All District Hangers nro urs
ed to'keep notes of places where sign
boards arc needed, together with th
proper wording for them, and next
winter whon work Is slack prepare
onotiKh to finish posting tho out r
Forest. Not only are cross road
signs desirable, but also mile signs
along the main roads indicating th"
dstaace to objoctlvo point. Funds,
tire available tor the purchase or
lumber and other necessary matorlal
to complote this work this yoar. Let
a .make tho Deschutes the best pos
ted Forost In the District.
The tiosturo fence at the David
Lako Rancor Station has been en
larged so that it now enclosoa a;.
proximately sixty acre.
Ranger Iirtakley went to Paulina
hake on September 2 to spend several
daya working with Ranger Curl on
oxtenslvo land eUesIflcatlon.
By co-operative agreement the
Klamath County Hre Patrol Asso
ciation nnd the Central Oregon Fire
Patrol Association arc each placing
ouo patrolman at Denver Marsh In i
Township 2S S.. Range S East. t
work with tho Forost guards sta
:ionod at that place.
too loiiowins cnanKCS imvo ucuc
mado In personnel since tho dato of
Issuing our Juno numbor: Miss Flor
onco Barnhnrt has been detailed
from tho Portland oluco to assist Mr.
hong In doing tho clerical work nt
Uond. lit Dlstrlcta 1 nnd 2 Lyti'i
Wilson tins been employed its mi ad
ditional patrolman, in District "I
Jnuies Chlldors Is employed and lit
Districts i and 5 Mossra. George
Ciottllob and Mr. Crum. Chna. M
Noff Ib taking tho pluco of U. r.
Parker on Paulina Ponk lookout, M.
Parker having boon forced to real.tn
on account of his wife's Illness. Sam
Welch and 18. D. Tylor have been
stationed at tho Willow llangor Sta
tion In Township SS 8., Range S 18 ,
to assist on lire patrol.
Forest Ounril Usher has been
building n new road along tho o-nt
side of Crano Prairie, which when
completed will shorten the d!etaac4
from the south end of the prairie lot
tlio ranger station, ns won ns avot I )To bo ,wi,i to rj o. I. Cr
the present road.
NEW OFFER MADE
ON NORTH CANAL
(Continued from page 1.)
settlers of the project and to te
Sate of Oregon.
Tpon our previous offer n report
i was made l tho I S Km lamut i
Kiiruk oi s This report d d not ; t-
(Ion (ho "ticiMirncy or logllliniuV tf
our atntoment of corta .if the propel
lies wo propose to deliver, which n
Huliitilttod In detail to thorn mid
which la nvnllnhlo to you. Thin state,
metit shows n cost or $42(1.990.00.
Hut tho Reclamation KtigtnoerH con
sidered only (ho oqt of ruproducttt'i
of a part of the work and looont
uiondod thnt we lie paid $60,000.00
They did not provide for the delivery
of water to the Powell Uuttea ills
trlot, nor did Mr. Low Is, who llled
a dissenting report tit which he
recommended that wo bo paid
$1(55. tog. 00. do 8.).
"la oonslderliiK this matter It '
only fair to consider our total cost.
"Taking the ostlmnto or our Muffi
neer an n butts, tho following state
ment will show that wo nro ondtlod
to much more than we ask. It the
estimate of cost should be Increased,
ii would probably' Increase .propor
tionately the amount we should re
ceive. Colt of completion of
project , fUS.fll.e-)
IHuluctlonn to ho made from emit
of C. O. I Co. on account of de
liveries In uroordntu-e with method of
tho U. H. Reclamation HiiKliinurH.
SSIO norod previously nold nt ftiil
per noro ? o0.600.03
For the Pmvoll llutto
lnnda proportion of
amount paid Co.
VIA to 136,000
IS. I of .16.000 Lining
S3. 8 per ot. of
Canal M.,1. 1.1
tor. P. 6.77.918 J1S.I17
Total eoat .' $R.tJ 1 LOO
Sfi.Tls Irrigable acres lees M00
previously sold J St euet per acre.
Total water diverted Per see. Pet
Pilot Uutte Canal
Iads SB SS."!
N'orth Canal UnU .... in At.
Powell Butte Lands , . . 13" IS. 4
Reeerre .. ISO 11. 1
Total capacity North
e use Hie rnv i( It n
R i-l imat'i n I'.ve. ir
u.;i'P-s or liiM
M. P. ft and M
P. 1 1. 18.3 pur
ct. of SUtlt ... 3B.410
M. P. 14 to
m. p. is 'lx.ooo ss.uoa.O')
For Pilot Hutte Onuui
3S.S peroLof 111,000
IKi liBi!ty-t:i"9 P
I WILL cow
U as 4
mitm pmm Imim liJSfl mi
wmm m fa issiieis fi&3&sk m
J( V ll ft
io p!ncc of every fourth
I conn with a Hi S. M goad
cow witbeut a U. S.L RtlU
MAKE lite gmitc6t profita for the
SAVING the most time nnd U1or fcr
the womuii folks, nhvay&
EASY for n U. S. to pny for. iUeJf
in one dairy souton.
Yc would be pleased to set up or.e
of these separators at your home and
you be the judge.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
Deducting si9S.S3t.oo from
$3i.M0 our cost, gives $281.6:. 1.00
for which we nek $133,000.00
"The abbva method U the least
favorable to this company and the
matter could Ite promoted to show n
much greater difference In the company's-fayor,
hut auiriclent dirferotiN
between the coiufMiiy'fl cost and
what Is asked Is sltjpwn to prove our
rlnlm in be very moderate
"lu an ordinary trnnanrtlou of sain
nnd purchase the purchaser Is uot
In (nested In the appllentlou of the
pioceeda if the sale, nor Is the Ques
tion of profit Ignored, us in the prea
Tbe State coniumplatliig Its i
leninl relationship cannot Ignore tin
liiHTiKtM or all parilaa. Tho price
nli-l h iik Is the least ninouut with
wbnh we can complete the existing
1 b item nnd pay our IndehtedneeH nl-rc-Mh
Incurred on the North Canal
i If deemed ndvloable, the Company
i would allow $35,000.00 to renia'u n
l Die state's hands In llou of the pros-
Ant lmjti1 trt ft flAn All ieiieiea.i '
-t( ''viite ! fenivvu,ur i nnainri
tee the rebuilding of the main lluma.
Verv respect fullr.
CPATUAL OKIIOON lltltinATION
Hy F. 8. J5TNLKY. President."
The West Unit.
nswerlng rdeaeagee from the Com
mercial Club In riect to the Wwit '
Cult Ccngnesman W-inott his wrl-!
ten that he has been Informed at th
Interior Department that 8e,riai-vi
line's authority over the $.i0.noo!
appropriation doea not expire utr'l :
June 30. 1015. Under these c'rcum-'
stances the campaign for the linme-)
dlnle sllntment of this sum hrs been .
alowed up to await the receipt of the
Reclamation Surrey repot t on tht
It Is iiees'lde that tho power of ni
lotment will be returned to the Sec
retary of the Interior and that then '
a moro general camnalgn ran be be-(
gun for tho expenditure of reclam.i-J
tlnn monys hero and In other parts,
ot Oregon. The. possibility comoe
u SKYSCRAPER ;
'M IN BEND I
'- v In 1011 would bo out of plnco. It would bo
u fow ydnra nhond or tho times. Not no now
over with concrete I'LOOItH, HlllKWALKH,
f bTKPM, CIHTKRNH, IIOOFH, IIOAHH, KlO.,
, Hto. No nuitorlnl Is cheaper or moro ilurnhlo
, for those purposon than CO.NCIIIU'K.
And when you bu'ld of CdN't'RKTK, usn
only tho best commit, tmml mid gravel. It Is
cheaper lu tho end.
5 Wo onn nupply you with tho proper slies -
' ot washed nnnd and ncreened grnvnl for your
particular purpoNu. Ask fur iiuotatluns,
x. Bollon, Ruetcnik S May
FRANK MAY, Mr. Huntl, Oro,
Olllco with Itobt. II. (loul.l, llcscliiifes
v 'Coiureto L'ltlnmtely, Why Not ,WV"
through the nrtlcn of Senator liorn'i
on Hntiirduy In getting nttarbed to
tho Alaska con I lousing bill a pro
vision restoring the authority wlil-li
GougtottM look nwav h few mouths
ago. The lesslng bill Is nuw lit the
House for action.
n win- Hiti.t.ti to iivitti.
The current Issue of the Harney
County News contains the announc
mont or tho sale lu C. A. Ityrd or tb
Interest lu the jnipor held by Frank
Davey. Mr. Davey expects to devote
himself to his other buslnes Interests.
The Portland Ad Club, during Iti
stay In llend. visited limNy imluta -r
Interest. It became very ueoeeea y
after the eruption at lava llutto I)
look for tho leading barber shoo
They found It here. Woro (hey
rlglUT l -rlghl. An example wr
(hy of Imitation. The MetniKill-trn.-
The BRICK GARAGE
(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT)
First Clttvs Repair Work done by experts.
Yes, we repair Folds, and Kn'tt-,t', the
job. Full line tires and supplies. We
have a few bargains in second band ears.
1 (live ns a trial.1 ' n
TEe Bond Garage Company
WHERE SERVICE COUNTS
R. II. IIRUNKA C. M. IlAKKIt
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Dry, Rough and
Maple and Fir
FOR BUSINESS LOTS
FOR RESIDENCE LOTS
FOR GARDEN LOTS
For Close-in Acreage
FOR FARM LANDS
Let us show yon the property ;c" "
conservative buyer that BEND REAL ESTATE is a conservative investment
Pine House and
Lath, Red Cedar
The Bend Company
OFFICE CORNER WALL and OHIO STS.
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