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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1914)
TIIK lUCXl Ill'I.IiKTIXi hknd, ouf, wkilnksoav, xovijmumu 18, ton.
Meeting on .Saturday A'ntes to Form
Irrigation IHstilct And Complete
SulUe lko IMmw George S.
Vuuiir Is lfnslnccc on rroJecL
Irrigation Of Uic ao-called Lowor
Desert country that haft neon tho hope
ot the settlors hi that district tar the
pas few rears seems now t be aseur
ml. At a meeting txt Crnndvlew on
Saturday final 0g4 awing report!
wore received and those present vot
ed overwhelmingly to proceed with
the formation tat an Irrigation dto
trtet and carry out tlio plane that
have boon under consideration.
The country to be Included In the
proposed Irrigation district hi about
15,009 acre lying bet woes Squaw
Crook and the Metollus river and west
or tho Deschutes river. All the lands
aro patented or tiled oe and there
nro at prcsont nbout 100 families
living on thorn.
Development of the projoot was be
gun Kcvcrnl years ago by I. D. Wloet.
Z. N. Drown, Albert Wurzwoller and
J. W. Howard. About n yenr ni;o
theie men Hold their Interests to the
Metollus Irrigation & Power Co.. and
It Is this cjanipaay, with tho settlors
In that territory, wno propose to Ko
nhend with tho work.
Engineering plans for tho project
have been prepared by George H.
Young, who has been employed on
tho work staco It was flrst proposed.
Tho final oatlmatee which woro sub
mitted to the Qrandrlew meeting or
Saturday have boen compiled by M
Young as a reenlt of Held work done
under his attMnrviston last SHtnoNw
According to present plana water for
the ay st em will be obtained by a aura
on Lake Creek and stored In Snttlcn
and Blue Lakes. A feed-canal from
First Creek to Suttles lake will add
to the natural water resources.
Mr. Young's estimate show a coat
of $40.60 per acre ror about 12.000
acres or a total slightly under half
a million dollars. When the Irrigi
tlon district Is forraod It will bond
itself for this amount and proceed
with the development work. Judo
V. A. Hell of The Dalles Is now pre
paring the petition for tho formation
of the Irrigation district and It will
e presented at tho first session of
the Jefferson county court.
Derision nt to County Judge Crcnlon
Peculiar Htttiatlon In Kluiunth
KLAMATH PALLS Nov. 1 l.A
certiorate of election has been Is
sued to Marlon Hanks. Democratic
candidate for County Judge, who
polled n bigger vote than the preeent
Incumbent, William 8. Wordcn. and
If n light !a to be inatlo In tlie courta
for the office, Worden will have to
In the midst ot tho most bltur
campaign over waged In Klamath
county, and Just after (he bnllota had
baea turned over to tho Khorlft for
distribution, the Supreme Court's d
olslon that the terms nt County
Judges elected In 1910 extended to
1916 wns mndo. This d'd not end
the tight here, but Instead tho can
didates worked all tho harder.
Now that he has boen awarded a
certificate of election, Hnnks Intends
to quality ror the office. Upon tho
ruling of the Supremo Court, Worden
bettovpe he Is entitled to hold ofTleo
for two years more, so mora lighting
Is In prospect before the matter' ts
hoard relative to a list of lands tor
patent rucvutly mthinlttod nnd the
Ask your grocer for DesohuUs
Spray Flour. Adv. 37tf
J M. Foes, traveling freight and
passengar agent of tho Oregoa-Wnah-Ington
railway, whoso headquarters
have been here about a year, has
beon promoted, and wilt go to Lew ti
tan, whore he will occupy a far more
Important post. His auceeseor will
be A. C. lCgan, who now Is agent at
Hunts Ferry, a station dawn tho Des
WYGAXT WUXS OFFICK.
Robert C. Wygant, formerly an as
sistant In the oftlco of stnto onglnoer
and well known hero, has now open
ed nn otrico for prlvato practlco In
Salem. Ho will bo nvnllnblo for all
kinds of general Irrigation nnd on
glnoorlng work, and especially na a
representative for settlors nnd others
In matters coming boforo tho Desert
Thanksgiving Dinner served at the
Depot Hotel, Kronen cuisine. 37-3&P
1CATZ MAY UK 1AII FOlt TUMALO
8ALKM. Nov. 11. Tho state dos
ort land lHwrd yesterday voted that
it was the sense of the board that
Alma D. Kats be reimbursed for ex
penditure In connection with tbe
Turoalo project years ago. from which
the state has derived lwneflL and
that recommendation to that effect i o
made to the legislature. Katz some
time ago presented a bill for $10,065
for surreys, adjudication of water
rlRhts and other Items. The board
directed that State Hngtneer Lewis
prepare an estimate of tho benefits
accruing to the stato as a rosult cf
work dono by Katz.
Tho board ordered that John Du.
buls ot tho stato engineer's oflleo
proceed to mako an examination f
tho Central Oregon jsnnal of tho Cen
tral Oregon Irrigation Company's
projoct and report. Tho company
bad a communication before tho
W. L. Flnloy nnd U. ifc. Olanton
hnve been ro-lnetaied to their respec
tive positions of gemo warden and
master flsh warden, petitions Which
they lost when the Nth nml ttbtue
commission was migaiitsYtf last Feb
ruary. Their rttmuntemeui wat or
deed Monday at a upeehtf meeting
ot the fbth ndjamocfflm:B8loa.
On November 1R I'suaU open n
private" hospital for noit-ooiitntitaus
and maieriuiy cases in my notno in
DesohutoH nddltiou. Itcforanccs, Dr.
U. Forroll and Dr. U. a Coe. Mrs.
K. A. Knotts. 35-33 P
Ono cent n word Is nil a Uttlo want
Ad will cost you.
(Continued from pngo 1.)
ii i id i . n i n i i i
Special Sunday dinner nt tho Ooxy
DU r.KlllttCNDT AT 11K.VI) 1IOTHU
Dr. Ida Behrendt, the well known
optician, la now In town at the Uend
Hotel, room 10. She Ih the only
gruduato optician wlto soman to lleud
regularly and nil her work h guar
anteed. She hi a rosl graduate from
nu npllonl eollego. with M yearn prac
tloe of which eight years were spent
In Chleago. l'rlrt and quality to
suit everyone. Adv. STc
XIHICK OF HAI.K OF COUI'OHATH
STOCK TO HNFOUCIi THK FAV.
SIKXT OF IHMilXQUHXT ASSIIHS
Whereas, as nppeara from tho cor
porate records or the Desohutea H co
in mn tlon & Irrigation Company,
Smith. Cnok & Company, whoso busi
ness address Is Corbelt building.
Portland, Oregon, nro tho owners of
tho onpltnl stock of said oorporn
tlon represented by sU oertltlontes
thorcof, or 61 shares each, In nil 30S
shares, said oertlflcntee telng uum-
br 3$. 39. 40. 41. 43. and 43 of the
series when tho number of shares of
the capital stock of the corporation
was 90 and
Whereas there le duo and unpaid
upoa said 30C shares of stock, na
seemnents aggregating at the dat
heroof the sum of $303.35.
Now therefore, notice Is hojroby
given that or Saturday, tbe 10th day
ot December, 1914. at the hour of 10
o'elock. a. in., at the south eaat cor
ner of ltond and Oregon alreota In
the, city of llend. Crook eotuity. Ore
gon, said stock or so much thereof
as may be sutflcient. will lie told at
public auction to tho highest bidder
to pay said assosament, together with,
tho oosu and ozpenros of sale.
Dated this ISth day of November.
1911. Corporato soal ot D. H. & I.
THE DESCHUTES RECLAMATION
& nmiOATlON COMPANY,
Hy OHAULES. 110YD, Pros.
Ily a S. DENSON, Secretary.
lit tho ostlmatu given below about
(8,000 nmibarfl as tho nmntint to ho
rnlRod hy i geiieml tivx lit lull, tlio
bnht'iiM of next yenr'H oxpontan lillUg
ospeoted to bo derlvud from Itquor
To aaslat the counoll In ealttuntlau
noxt year's oxmioiuo the following
table of oxpctisea fer 11 months ond
lug NttrUlutmr 1, 1914, Iish bfanifpro
lit tctidlturet for lllevrti MffntliN,
city engineer x
Printing and stationary ,
11 to protection ........
Strest work mid pit ....
Walks Hiii) aroHslugti . . .
Lights 2.011. M
Sewer Interest 8,00 . 00
Mlteelkinooufl 1.40a. 10
3 itu. 00
luteTitHt on U0.ooo
bnnils t S.OnO
llnl, unpaid un mw.r
Total 10 111 budget fU.nTO
lhttmatod revenuo from ho
Iouiim oil bustH ot 1014 11
Oftuse foe $ 0,000
To Ho rwllinl liylnxnllon. . , . , JT.rtTO
Try True Hluo Hour. Ask yoir
grooer for It. Adv. so tr.
(Continued from pago 1.)
ToUl general fund. . .3 17.1)3. It
Cemttory $ 103.51
Ponstmotlou . . .- ? S.33S.3S
Main teas nee 313.83
.3 8.773. S3
(Irnnd total 3 30,491.37
Thu following la n touliitlvo liuUft
pruparod nftor oonsultnUon with clly
(lffloluls as a bails for lluousslon, As
ludlcnted attovq thin may ho nffooted
by vnrlouH matters that will come up
tor tho consideration ot the oounpll
In making n final budget.
sundrtM ........ ,?4i00
Sprinkling, nun ft
team & water son
Hydrant . .3
ISqulpment and ro
TCxpenaoa of flros . .
Salarleo and sup-
plbM , $1,800
Hal. doe oh Jll
warmm for door & '
oetht rag. & not ml "
Kent council rm... .3 180
Library . ISO
I'rtg., postage and
sta. and BHiidrles , 100
J 4 CO
ssoiit that If over 130,000 wns iiuihIm)
in 1011 nt leant that ntuotitit would
be necivMwry In 10 II. The (not that
n good many NeeUoutt or the rouuty
recv no benefit from the Mill
wltool la not likely to Influence tho
levy, which must be miUlelent to pro
duce utccMary fundi tor (be school.
In the same way tbe 1011 general
HflJtool levy wna .1 Vfc mills ral ng
! 4 0.877.66 vchllu the hudgot provides
30,000. Suparlntondent Myers ban
hhUI that a 8 Mr mill levy should
iiiainlnluiMl for tbe svhtMtls and If ihU
is douo it will produce more than
Discrepancy In State Tax.
It lo In the mntinr of tho stato tax
howovur, that thu biggest discrepancy
occurs. Thu budget ostlmato Is
$10,000. ns against $(10.6(51.82 fur
tho current yenr. A letter from tho
stato tax on in mission ludlotites Uiit
tho stato tax noxt year will by nbout
20 per cant lower Ihnn tho prmtant
yenr, or about $66,000. So Unit hero,
It Is argued, the budget Is oft nho.it
$18,000. or oyer one mill. In addi
tion the stato tax will bu off Ml oil ad.
vernely to the county next your by n
recent decision of the State tax com
mission to the offset tliut Crook Boun
ty nMosamnnts are lwod on only 10
or cent of the actual values,
against 80 per rent for 101 1. When
It oomwi la fixing the county's share
of tho state tax thu sew ratio will
have the effect of lUi'noslbK the to
tal amount, an that hre again the
butfgpt estimate of $10,000 seems to
be muoh too low.
The Kffivt of Je4feron
Vtowtog the matter from an entire
ly different pnalt'on tboae who e-o
active In tbo coNuty division ngHl
sy that this tentative 34 mill levy
in based on tbo pi event county valu
ation of about $11,800,000, when is
an actual fact tbe valuation noxt
yoar, with Jefferson county gone, will
be only about $8,000,000. That will.
Soy say, mean a reduction in muoh
the county oxpeiuo but tin such
amount can bo cut off that the -o-still
onti be any other than an In
Increase In the couty levy. Just whit
Crook county's expense will be, they
hesitate to say, but It Is apparent that
thu lovy must hu higher.
Tho budfiut is ho followm
KuKlHtcirod loud warrants oiitlitaiul
Iiir JniiUnry 1, li'in, urttlllintud
lloud fuiiil. (Miimli'liiK rpiuln nnd
(leuernl tuiill rnfTniUn QUtsttiilulUK
.iiuumry 1, 1018, oslntriuod ...
'High school 13,88ii
Widow's pensiQDH o.oon
tndlxotil pet sons n.ooo
Olrciill emirt 8,oou
Comity Judge l.OBn
Clork'g wlltc 0.BR i
Sheriff's ollloe 7,00.1
Asseosor'H ollleo 0.7fto
Anaeiwor'B ollleo- lo Inlto qoiisus,
providing same 10 tnkeu. .1,00 1
Corouur'H ollleo 80o
Bupt, ollloe, InoludliiK nlllcer 4,oo
Senior of weights nnd tnonsuros nnd
frutt Inspector l.Oo
Troniuror's ollloo 3,01.1)
(leuernl uxponses of eourt Iiouho
UlootloiiN 2,00 I
Teliihniin and telograph . . 1,000
Water mnstur l.RO'i
Uoueral aclmol und 3$,00o
gurvoyor'a ellluo, lueludlng rniul
viewers nnd belpwra .... 4,380
Itnto lax. osltmato 40.000
nxpenso of eotmty court In rovlew.
lug rowiU, etc. 000
gtonogiaphor of coaHljr oonrt 300
Health oltleer 1,010
County printing 1,80I
Ubrary fnnd &
Ustlmatod recelphi or clerks' of-
Comiuruta on The lludgrt.
Taking the budget ns It iflande a
no hi ho r of Interesting comments htm
lKlng made. Apiiaroallr no road
work Is planned noxt year beyond the
iiecu'MHiry 'repairs, only $10,000 lie.
lug nllntud for tho ptirpuso. Thin
amount Is presumably la bo raised oy
a special road tux, Oo.per cent of
whleli must be spent In (he district
whore It la raised. To cversee. tho
spnnnhg of this $10,000 almost lulf
m much Is prorlded for the survivor
ir if 380, an Ineveas ct $no ,v,.r
Fnr w'diw'e nnns fione t .
Ij'rd. Antl-dtvlslnn eta In th- r m
imlKn estimated tbe amount neces
sary for this pnrpow next year as
over $7800 but aa that wna In .
dlvlalon cariled It la suggeeled tint
they have nut made tbo widow thev
laleadod etn It relied Indigent per
sons aro down for $0000 as aislnst
$1000 last year.
The exjHMina of the water master
for 1918 In estimated st $1800 I ah
years' budget cnlloil for $3700 for
thla at and la t13 the total war
rants ImhmI fnr It amounted
$2087.18. In view of the fart Ihit
up to July 1 ot the present year the
expensua of tho ofilcn amounted lo
$1483.80. or within $47 of the whole
of noxt year's estimate, it Is expected
that real economies nro planned for
the water master Including n return
to (ho salary provided by tho statutes
for work really done.
In the onso of most other n in res
tho budget provides prnctlcalty tho
same amount ns It did lust year.
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Dry, Rough and
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niiisi'swiUaJt iisiis MrnxmrnumMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBa
FOR BUSINESS LOTS
FOR RESIDENCE LOTS
FOR GARDEN LOTS
For Close-in Acreage
FOR. FARM LANDS
Let ms show yon the property ?.
conservative, buyer that BEND REAL ESTATE is a conservative investment
Pine House and
Lath, Red Cedar
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OFFICE CORNER WALL and OHIO STS.
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