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IJUhlNKSS AND PKOKSSIONAL MKKCTOKY.
UOIIKUT II, (iUUIil)
W. W. KAULKNIflll, . M. W.
1) IS N T I H T
OHIco Ovor PohIoIIIco
Ilond, - - Oregon
mi. 1:. kisa NimitiH
Pliyslrlmi nml HiiiKfon
Olllco Batliur IIiiIIiIIhk
llourai 10-12 n 111.; 2-4 i. m,
7-0 l. m.
W1LLAIID II. WIIITZ
0. B. IIUNBON
Attorney At Law
Ilonson IlullillitK, Wall Btroot
VKKNON A. FOItlllsa
Flrat National Hank Ilultdln.
Uond, :: :: Orcuon
II. II. Do A JIM ONI)
Oruiton Hlnu't. Ilond, Otokoii
II, 0. IS Mi I H
Unltcil Ntiiti'M CfinimlMMliirier
I'lret National llnnk Htilldlnc
1)11. J. II. CONNAHN
Ontca In Hathor HulldlnR.
Iloiiru 0 to 12, 1 to 5.
Sunday and ovonlngs liy
0. P. NIBWONQBIt. Uond, Oro.
Licensed L'liibnlmer, 1'uncral
Phono. Lady Assistant.
lilt, 1t. I. BTOWHI.L
Oftlco ovor Mlllor Uimlor Co.
Wall Ktrcot Hour 0 to C
Phono Hod 01
Tim January nunitmr of Tlio Do-
chuto ItniiKor contnliiH soino Irilor
oatlnK tabulation of tho flro that
Iiavo occurred In tho l)oacuut for
tmt and tho Dosoliuto division of tho
Paiillnn forost iltico 1008. TIiomo,
with a itudy of tho wind record of
tho pant flro sonson, havo iirovldod
thu moan of making vnlualilo con
clusion iih to Droit In thlr. ncotlon.
Otliur Mpuclal featum of tho HnnKor
aro a description of tho mothod of
rofuronclns; miction cornora nnd an or-
tlolo on "I Inn go IlecounalHitanco, by
ltntigur II. IS. Vincent,
Tho discussion of tho flro rocord
In as follows:
It In nppnront from n study of
tlifHo tabulation! that report! prior
to 1011 are not complete so that tho
iivorngo n urn ho r of fires Indicated In
tho Inst tnhlo Is probably below nor
rnnl. It Im bollorod, howovrr, that
tho dlntrlbutlon throuRhout tho sea
win and tho por coht occurrliiK dur
Iiik (inch tun-day period la very closo
to tho normal which can ordinarily
bo nxpectml It ) further apparent
from tho tnblo that tho flro risk In
thla ronton Is IncroaslriK rather thnn
decreasing, probably on account of
the fact that settlement and uso of
tho Forest ban Incrcanod so rapidly
nnd will ho servlooaulo for some time,
ItniiKor Hmltli wan at tho JJI lllvnr
Hnrigor Station for about two third
of January helping Mr. Onoy on thl
A trapper, who make hi hoad-tv
quarters at Crano Prnlrlo report to
Ituriicor Onoy that tho mow at thu
Pralrlo wart abouu 26 India deep
durlnj? tho latter part of January,
while on tho !ilhor mountain It
wa about 4 feet deep.
Tho horto Inauranco association
matter call to mind tho fact that
thoro I a Government ISmpIoyoc Mu
tual Itollof Association In existence
having headquarter at Wanhlngton,
D. C. and composed of employee of
tho Foroat Borvlco, Indian Benrlco,
Iteclamatlon Service, Oenoral Land
Offlco, Geological, Const and Geodetic
Survey, Ilurenu of Mine and kindred
bureau. Thl association provide
for benefit to the mombcr In caso
or injury or death.
A copy of Uio sixth annual renorl
of tho Klamath-Lake Counties Kor
ost Flro Association ha been receiv
ed. Among other Interesting facta
thl report how that the amoclation
pent Inst year n total of $11,376.48.
of which H.CG9.29 wa spent for
flro patrol salaries, $572.10 for tela-
Foloy Kidney Pill. Aftor nil those
your I havo never had a return of
thoo torrlblo backache or sleoplos
night: I am permanently cured."
Men and woman, young nnd old, find
thl reliable remedy rollavo rheu
matism, backache, ntirr Joint and III
canned by v. oak or diseased kidney
or bladder. Pattarson Drug Co-Adv
liny your rolled oat at the Ilon.l
Flour Mill. 40tf
Vso Dcschuto Bpray Flour! It '.
tho best rnudo and a Ilond product
OA.MK LAW ON llOOKH.
According to a Portland nowspnpnr
ft Juotlco of tho peace nt Hugono nam
ed VolI recently declared that daer
could he nhot nt any time of the year
without fear of tho law n thero ws
no law on the tatut books on the
subject. The legislature tried to pnn
a law. according to the Justice. i.,it
through some slip It never really got
on tho book. Thnl thl I tho rnso
I vigorously denlod by thu official
of tho Fish and Oamo Commission.
They assort Hint Mr. Well I wrong,
that tho law I on thn hook protect.
j Ing deer and that all who violate wilt
27 tf be shown that it oxlst.
a H 0 n a K B. Y O U N 0
Civil and Irrltlon Knulnpcr.
l H. Mineral Hunoyor.
Iloam C Flrat Natloual Hank
J. II. Iloll A. W. Blin
CltOOK COUNTY AllHTItACT
Successor to Tho J. II Haner
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo. Ore.
J. E. Engebrefson
Plumbing and Healing
IlOntSHT W. BAWYBIl
Ilullotln ORIco, Ilend, Orogon
Ileprpsentatlon boforo tho Des
ert Iand Hoard nnd titato
ItOIlKHT CKCIL WYOANT
Atlonicy at lave
Water lights llulldlug
Desert Lnnd Baloin,
Hnglncerlng Law Oregon
A. M Crawford
Jaiiios W Crawford
12 Yeara Attorney General
Water Illghti Irrigated Landa
Probata Iluslnfts Corporations
Will appear lieforo all Btato Do
C34-C Northwestern Hank llldg.
within tho last few year. While this phono nnd trail construction. $972.0C
nvorago flro risk Indicate Oio aver-l for miscellaneous flro expenses, and
ago period of danger for tho cntlro, $4,044.04 for Insect control salary
Deschutes nnd tho Donchute division expenses and $1,127.01 for Insect
of tho Pnullnn forest thero I some I control miscellaneous expenses. From
local variation, tho flro season bolngjthoso figure It will bo scon, ns np
a llttlo longer on tho region border-) pears In tho report Itself, that insect
Ing tho "high desert" and much control Is as Important a part of tho
shorter along tho summit of tho Ca-' Association a work ns flro protection
JB I ill to A :
In renter of lliinnclnl, busl-
liens, .lii)ppliiK mid iilcnsuro
Itrurt and most romplete
hotel In Nortlivt. 5.10 IxmI
rtHinm; score dining mortisr
nenrly I till sniuplu rooms.
Itatr to YOU '
fit) ItiMilns 91,00
100 IUmiiiis ultli bntli. ,i.no
100 Uouiiin with bntli. .rj'J.OO
200 Lnruo outnlilo moms,
Hatli . $2.00
I3trn person In room,
! HOTEL I
$ Tho most comfortablo hotol
J Commodious, steum hoattcl.
2 well furnished morns wltn
t running water,
i Good, home ccxiked meal
i nerved In dining room throe
times ovary day.
i Mis A. I). Hnldlng, Proprietor
j For Spring
WKAIt gut a pair of WOULD'B
WIS also havo tho agency for
NAP-A-TAN Bhoo for men nnd
R. H. LOVEN
Tho Hlioo Itcpalr Man
Dond Street Ilend, Oro.
RooQnp; of nil kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
Bend Hauling Co.
It. N. PALMKUTON
Wood for Sale
Oftlco with It. P. Mlnter
Olllco Phono lllnck (10
ItcKldenco lllnck 43
I. o, O. P.
Ilend Irfidgo No. 2tH,
nogular mooting every Mon.
day night at 8 o'clock In Both
or' Hall. Vleltlne brothel d
L. II. OL1CSS, N. a.
QKO. P. QOVK, Bocrotnry.
?ui.l ,.. . iMfnoNii WmMMWP mm
flrmluTr f 1 """"-
jjliv rsnVk. 9 riitrvioiTA
cades. In fact In the high mountnln
region It la noted that hardly a fire
of Importance has occurred prior to
tho mlddlu of July. Tho nvorago
number of fire for the first ton day
In Juno I slightly larger than for
tho next ten day period on account
of tho fact that fires occurring lato
In May havo bcon luted with thl
A diagram ha been prepared from
data secured by lookout mon last
summer and from flro and weather
records, on which I shown wind di
rection and velocities at four ulr
fercnt lookout point for each day
during thn past fire scaspn, tho dates
when all Arcs on tho Deschutes and
tho Deschutes division of tho Paulina
Forest started last summer, tho area
each flro covered and tho maximum
temperatures nt Ilend and on lookout
Thl Information la a result of tho
datn which tho lllnck llutto, Paulina
Peak, Maiden Peak and Walker
Mountain lookout men secured. Theso
mon kept hourly wind velocities ac
cording to tho Ileaufort scale, follow.
Ing Instructions Issued by the Weath
er Ilurenu. Although tho estimates
were made by Inexperienced mon, tho
results aro unusually satisfactory and
consistent. Invariably ndjncent look
out men coincided closoly In their
estlmato of wind velocity and tho
duration of windy periods. Unfor-
Uinntolv wo kent no record of light
nlng storms nnd smoky weather, two
Important point relating to fire Tho
chart a prepared shows clearly a
number of fact. Among them, first;
that bad flro periods last summer In
variably followed or nccompanled
windy days or periods. Second: that
tho estimated wind velocity on look
out point usually exceeded 13 or IK
miles per hour before tho situation
becnnio very dangerous. Third: that
our hardest winds Invariably camo
from n westerly dlroctlon, gonorally
from tho southwest, nnd not from tho
east a hna been nopularly supposed.
Fourth: that windy spells seemed to
accompany or follow, although not
absolutely, porlod of hot weather
thnt occurred on tho Central Oregon
plateau ns well ns on tho Forest.
Fifth- apparently wind of equal vel
ocity aro far raoro dangerous In mid
August than lato In July of early In
Other extracta from Tho Ranger
Forest Asststnnt Bpront Is busy In
tho Ilond office preparing mnpa nnd
tracings of the Dig Hirer I .nnd Clas
sification Project covering work dono
by hlmsolf last fnll and also that pre.
vlously done by Assistant Forest Han
All of tho field ranger havo been
busy nt odd time during the past
month making road and trail signs
to bo put In plnco next spring.
Hanger Harrlmnn hna cut about
43G fonco posta recently, to be usod
In tho construction of a pasture fonco
near his headquarters and for boun
dary posts along tho more open por
tion or his district. Ho Is expecting
to cut so mo telephono poles during
tho month of February to be used on
tho Fort Rock and Ico Cavo tolephono
Itnngor South has completed a sot
of signs to bo placed each mllo along
tho road botwoon La Pino and Cres
Kvory yonrlong ranger. In tho Des
chutes and Doschutes Division of tha
Paulina hna expressed hlmsolf ns ap
proving tho mutual horso Inauranco
nssoolntlon for yonrlong Forost Bor
vlco omployeoa thnt has been propos
ed, providing n satisfactory organisa
tion can be effected.
Rangor Vincent Iiob propnrod tnd
Bubmlttod a report on tho Motollus
Addition Land C nsslllcatlon project
Tho map to bo with It havo nil lieon
nronnrod nnd tho wholo report should
bo rondy for forwarding to tho Dis
trict Foreoter within n snort time.
Hunger South has propnrod nnd
HUbm'ttod maps nnd report regard
ing tho Odoll Rangor Station, follow
ing tho now Form 271-P.
Rangor Onoy has conHtructod nu
open woodshed with ahako roof nt
tho Rig River Rnngor Station. Tho
barn at tho station montloned last
month, was ImpVovod by building tho
walla higher, putting a hay shod on
ono aide and placing a now shako root
ovor the ontlro njructure bo that the
barn Is now in fairly good condition
Tho report emphasizes tho Import-
nnco of motor vehicles in flro patrol
Ing, stating that thrco motorcycles
and thrco automobile wore used by
tho Association last year, greatly in
creasing tho usefulness of the patrol
men. Rangor Austin tins mado a new
set of drawers to fit In tho map tnblo
In the Rend office so that It la now
possible to file the largo 4 Inch scale
township map and In good order.
The offlco equipment ha also bcon
Improved by the addition of threo
now book enso unit. Ranger Austin
nas also placed handles In nil axe
needing them, pnlnted handle of flro
flghtng tool with red paint and put
the flro fighting equipment generally
In shape for next year' flro season.
Rnngor Vincent has prepared an
excellent grazing reconnaissance map
for something over threo townships
of land In thn higher part of tho dis
trict that ha been very useful to
thl office, not only In range recon
naissance but In other line of work,
It being by fnr the most accurate In
formation wo have regarding that
Is Bend's Leading Hotel
It I a fireproof building
It Is thoroughly modern
It l comfortable, commodious, dean
ItOOMS FROM CO CKNTS UP
The want of all are satisfied well at
TUB WIMGIIT IIOTL'L
Automobiles to all Interior Points
THE WRIGHT H0TEL
ItKAL KKTATK TltANBFKRS.
Issue! by Crook County Abstract Co.
John .N Muster to Hello I. Ireland
It. 1C. blk. 11. Aubrey Heights.
C. L. Donnlson to C. J. Lloyd It.
10, blk. 3. Sisters. $123.
8, L. Fowler to Jennie M. Fowler
bill of sale Wright Hotel. Ilend.
F. D. Jones to Clara A. Jonca bill
of sale Wright Hotel. Ilond.
U. 8. to Forrest W. Noold patent
o wH, wH oH 20-21-20.
Matt Clark to Rogera-Youmaa
I.umbor Co. nV, aw S; nH so C-1S-20.
Ilend Park Co. to Rose Floury It.
26. blk. 100. 1st addition Rend Park.
Uond Park Co. to Camlllla Oleson
It. 14, blk. 121. same.
Ilend Co. to Shlng-ra Murasakl
Re. 3 to 14, blk. 1: Its. 5 to 9. blk. 2,
uirch addition, Hend.
Lytlo Townslto Co. to Lucius S.
Rlckard Ita. 7, 8, blk. 16, Lytle.
After Many Year.
3. L. Southera, Eau Claire, Wis.,
writes: "Yeara ago I wrote you In re
gard to great results I obtained from
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Leading INSURANCE Agency
City and Farm Property
Lots $150 to $350
TERMS: $5 Cash and
IRRIGATED LANDS A SPECIALTY
J. A. EASTES
OfTlca on Oregon Street
BEND, :: OREGON
Headquarters for Commercial Mca
Electric Lighted Throughout
Special Attention to
THE BEND HOTEL
HUGH O'KANE. MANAQKR
Free bus to
and from train
All arrangements mado for persons
desiring to go south and east of hero
I M A. W
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Baa4 Slack SmmU,
Sprays aad tmQUt.
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11 fi. Ali 1
AvvVTaRv 'v 2
Wa wtll sar your linen, but you must
not wast much Urns stttlmt our raseu
band at work
LOW PRICES, BETTER SERVICE
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLEANING
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Storage and Forwarding
WE HANDLE OIL, GASOLINE, SUGAR,
FLOUR, SALT, HIDES
FRESH and SALT MEATS
HAMS, BACON AND LARD
The United Warehouse Co,
A. M. Pringle, Mgr, Bend, Oregon