The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, August 14, 1913, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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THRKK
APPROACHING HARVEST
Binders, Mowers and Hay
Rakes
WK WISH TO REMIND YOU THAT WK CARRY IN
STOCK DEKRING AND JOHN DEERE HINDKRS, DEER-
INC. DAIN AND ADRIANCK MOWKRS, EITHER V /t OR
ft-KOOT ( I T;
MILWAUKEE,
DEERING
AND
JOHN
DEERE HAY RAKES OK ALL SIZES.
DRILLS
HEAR IN MIND THAT WE ALSO CARRY A FULL
8TOCK OF DRILLS—THE CELEBRATED VAN BRUNT
AND THE SUPERIOR.
AT ANY TIME WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF ANY
IMPLEMENTS, CALL ON US, CONSULT US.
WE WILL
GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT OF MANY YEARS OF EX­
PERIENCE.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF REPAIRS CARRIED
KOU ALL THOSE MACHINES.
BRING IN YOUR LIST
OF REPAIRS FOR ANY MACHINE MADE.
WE KNOW
HOW AND WHERE TO GET THEM FOR YOU THE
QUICKEST WAY.
THOSE ORDERS.
PROMPTEST ATTENTION GIVEN
Binder Twine
REMEMBER. WE SELL THE PLYMOUTH. KNOWN
THE WORLD OVER AS THE BEST BINDER TWINE
MADE. COSTS NO MORE THAN THE INFERIOR KINDS
Plows and Plow Shares
REMEMBER,
DEERE PLOWS
OF THEM
WE CARRY THE
FAMOUS JOHN
THE BEST ON EARTH.
WALKING AND RIDING.
AND GOES FURTHER.
FULL LINE
EVERY PLOW
GUARANTEED TO GIVE ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION.
OLIVER CHILLED PLOW LINE, BOTH WALKING AND
RIDING.
HARDWARE
CALL ON US WHEN IN NEED OF ANYTHING IN
HARDWARE.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF ( HILLED AND STEEL
SHARES KEIT IN THIS TERRITORY.
BUILDING
MATERIAL,
SHELF
OR
HEAVY HARDWARE. WE GOT THE GOODS AND GOT
THE PRICE.
ALFRED MUNZ, Redmond, Oregon
PROCEEDINGS OF STATE
STATE GAME WARDEN ASKS HUNTERS TO
DESERT LAND BOARD
ADOPT A UNIFORM CODE OF SIGNALS
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»T .vn t < u m
k
n niidk . x in k s n i i . second shot, then an Intermission of
Ho seconds, then a third shot
If no
answer Is received, this signal should
be repeated after an Intermission of
OK MIUNAIdi
five minutes
The answer to this
signal would be a single shot from
the rescuing party, followed by one
Thi> Hist* Hoard of KUh and Game recognition shot from the lost man
t'are should be taken to get the
('»niiiilnalonrra have recommended
time
between shots as accurately as
the following suggestions lo I«’ used
Hunters should keep In
by sportsmen In the field In order possltdc
mind
this
signal ami avoid. If pos­
to prevent accidental shooting and to
relieve persona who are Injured or sible, giving It when shooting at
In the absence of a watch,
lost In the forests and mountains game
To prevent accidental shooting, I the time can be Judged with sufficient
every hunter should wear a red cap. accuracy by counting ten between the
shirt or sweater, or some other ar­ first and second shots and sixty be-
ticle of clothing that can easily be ; tween the second and third shots
Identified from game birds and anl- Whenever a shot Is heard In the
mala. especially when hunting deer mountains a hunter should count ten
In the forests. Hlnre there Is a con­ to determine whether It Is a signal of
trast between red and the color of il 1st resa or not
The person who Is lost should,
any bird or animal that la being
hunted, this color will serve the best after hearing an answer to hla sig­
nal. remain at the place where he
purpose.
Hunter« should never slued at gave the signal until the rcM'uIng
moving brush, leaves or grass with party arrives*otherwise he may take
the especial Ion of hilling game. It [ the opposite direction and not be
Is dangerous, for the moving object found at all
The following Is a condensed table
1« likely to he a man. Never slued
of
signals to be used by all sports­
at an) object nntll yon are absolutel)
men:
lemlllve of Idrntlftratlon.
llegln with one shot.
To prepare for an emergenoy every
Walt ten seconda, repeat one shot
hunter and angler should carry In
Walt
«0 seconds
his pocket a piece of candle and
Itepeat one shot.
matches In a water-tight match safe
Answer to signal Ity rescuing
In case of becoming lost or Injured,
party, one shot
one ran readily start a ramp fire
Kecognltlon
of answer by man
lamt o r IHetreas Hlgnnl
lost, one shot.
When a man la lost nr Injured and
Walt Uve minutes before giving
needs help, a signal by shooting
should be given. This signal will be the second signal.
Wild,1AM !.. KINI.KY.
the firing of a gun once, with an In­
State Game Warden
termission of ten seconds before the
hi
-»•’
\TKHN t o aim » i t n u n :
a e a g a g .1 1 r~ — ssr ~
CONCLIMtVK.
Hhe looked like a real old Houlhern
mammy, and when ahe appeared be­
fore Judge Marsh In the Stapleton
Police t'ourt over on Staten Island
as complainant In a charge of assault
and battery agalnat her liege lord
and master, her speech did not belle
her apiiearance. A bottle of gin had
been the cause of all the trouble, she
»•Id, and added that her husband was
drunk most of the time After listen-
Ing patiently to a long tale of In­
temperance. Judge Marsh remarked
to the defendant :
- I f what your wife says la true. I
should Imagine you to be a rather
bibulous person.”
“ Bibulous!”
snorted
the old
woman. “ Bibulous!
Ah beg yo
pah don. auh, but dat nlggah doan
know no mo' 'bout de Bible dan mah
alstah's cat's tall an' what's mo. Ah
ain't got no slstah!”
A special meeting of the State
l>e»ert (.and Hoard was held at Salem
August 2. at which the following
business was transacted
The assistant secretary reported
to the hoard that he had received
from the Title A Trust Co., on ac­
count of termination of trusteeship,
settlers' notes of the Central Ore­
gon Irrigation Company aggregating
$43.679 55; that he had given said
trustee company proper receipt for
same
He further reported that a
balance of trust funds amounting to
$477 In cash still remained with the
Title A Trust Co., they desiring to
hold same until a certain closing
fee. demanded by them of the Cen­
tral Oregon Irrigation Company, had
been paid Thereupon Messrs Jesse
Stearns and Koacoe Howard of the
Central Oregon Irrigation Company,
appearing before the board In per­
son. explained that such closing fee
Is a matter to be decided upon be­
tween the Title A Trust Co and the
Central Oregon Irrigation Company,
and that It concerns In no way the
Ocaert I .and Hoard, and further that
they believe that said closing fee Is
not Included In the agreement made
by said trust company and the Cen­
tral Oregon Irrigation Company
After full discussion It was ordered
that the secretary Inform the Title
A Trust Co. that the board expects
said company to forward to said sec­
retary the sum of $477 to terminate
the trusteeship of the Title A Trust
Co.; that by contract of February 5.
1912. between the Wcntral Oregon Ir­
rigation Company and the Iteaert
land Hoard, as a result of which
contract the trusteeship originated,
the fees of the trustee shall be paid
for by the company and that, there­
fore. the board cannot be Interested
In any way In the matter of said
closing fee; that further It does not
appear that any extraordinary ser­
vices have been rendered by the
trust company which would entitle
them to any extra compensation
other than that provided for In their
agreement, accepting the trust. It
wan further ordered that upon re­
ceipt of the sum of $477 from the
Title A Trust Co. the hoard and
company shall execute a full and suf­
ficient release of trusteeship and
claims arising therefrom to said
April 19. 1913. J. J. Coen has sub­ geations. He pledged the co-opera­
Title A Trust Co.
Mr Kosroe Howard protested to mitted the sum of $504.07 In pay­ tion of the survey, and said the de­
the board agalnat the board's action ment of principal, interest and main­ partment might send a man to Ore­
of May 19. with regard to credits In tenance due on account of Columbia gon to assist the commission in plan­
the guaranty fund for cancellation of Southern contracts numbered 20. 63 ning a crusade.
contracts between the company and and 71. and that Mr Coen and Mr.
Mr. Henshaw haa made a life study
settlers. After full discussion It was Alma 1>. Katx have come to an agree­ of animals, particularly the wild
ordered (Mr. Ia*wla not voting! that ment whereby It Is not required of species of the United States. His
when the outstanding contracts of Mr. Coen that he pay delinquent studies have taken him all over the
the company subsequent to applica­ maintenance fee. It further appearing world, and he has made particular
tion contract No. 683 shall equal 25.- j that the full amount of Mr. Coen's study of the rabbit pest In Australia.
000 acres, the company shall then be principal and Interest on notes, to He told of the Inefficiency of tnocul?-
required to resume the payment for date. Is $72.07, It was thereupon tion as a remedy, declaring the in­
the guaranty fund of $1 per acre for ordered that the sum of $504.07 be jection pf disease germs Into rabbits,
j placed in the reclamation fund and which were afterward turned loose
each acre of land sold thereafter.
letter of K B. Williams protesting | that Mr. Coen be reimbursed by among their kind, had shown little if
against an alleged shortage of water ; voucher from the reclamation fund any real result.
on the Central Oregon Irrigation to the amount of $32.
The commission decided that it
No further business appearing, the would encourage the killing and
Company's segregation was received
and upon Mr. Howard's representa­ board thereupon adjoyrned.
marketing of Jack rabbits In larger
tions that shortage of water was only
numbers than hitherto. It will in­
temporary and that Mr. Williams had
sist. however, that the animals
shipped to the cities for food must
by telephone communication In­
formed Mr. Howard. Just before his
be properly dressed, Just as are
departure from Deschutes, that said
chickens or turkeys, so the flesh will
shortage no longer existed In connec­
be wholesome and the display in the
tion with land held by Mr. Williams.
markets attractive.
It was ordered that Mr. Williams be
The commission also will encour­
Informed of Mr. Howard’s report in
age the use of the fur or hide of the
this connection.
jack rabbit to a more extensive de­
The secretary reported that an ac­
gree. Information secured from Aus­
ceptable engineering Inspector has
tralia tells of the value of these
been obtained and that said In­
skins, the whole idea In the south­
spector. John Dubuls. Is prepared to c o m m i s s i o n w i l l
r it o r n i t i v ern continent being to exterminate
report for work on August 4. It was
the rabbits wherever possible and to
ordered that the appointment of John
KKSOKT TO H14JK DRIN KS. Ns commercialize all the others.
rtubuls as field Inspector for the
“ The value of the rabbit drive la
THKY ARK OK OKI M ON THAT
board be and the same la hereby ap­
proven In Kastern Oregon, where be­
proved; Mr. Dubuls' salary to be
INOCULATION IS OK I.ITTLK tween 16.000 and 18,000 were killed
$125 per month and all necessary
In three drives." said Mr Finley
AVAIL— HA It HITS INCKKASINH after the conference.
expenses while In the field. That
“ The virus
Mr Dubuls be and hereby Is author­
method
is
regarded
as
worthies.--
ihe
AT AN ALARMI NO RATK
ised and directed to make such In­
surrounding of land with rabbp-
vestigations and Inspections In con­
proof fencing brings only fa r r>
nection with the work of the Desert
suits. However, we are gathering all
land Hoard as the officers of said
the data we can and will get the aid
board may direct; to employ such as­
First definite steps on the part of of the biological survey to help us
sistance and Incur such expenses as the State of Oregon to exterminate out."
may be necessary In carrying out the pest of Jack rabbits which has
The Increase In the number of
said directions.
been on the Increase In Kastern Ore­ rabbits Is due to the killing off of
The secretary of the Desert Land gon for years, •» ere taken last w eek the coyotes, which are the natural
Hoard was authorised to purchase a by the commission recently appointed enemies of the bunnies. With the
current meter suitable for carrying by Governor Oswald West. A meet­ coyotes less numerous, the rabbits
on the work of Inspection and also ing of the commission was held at have had a chance to multiply faster
a camera suitable for lleld use.
which the ways and means of giving than the casual hunter can pot them,
The following persons having paid relief to the termers of Malhenr. until they have caused immense dam­
their fees In connection with proof Of Harney. I-ake, Crook and Cmatilla age to the crops and gardens.
cultivation, reclamation and settle­ counties were discussed. The con­
ment under the Carey Act. and hav­ sensus of opinion was that the con­
ing submitted satisfactory evidence certed "drive" la the most efficient
of such cultivation, reclamation and method.
settlement, duly attested by wit­
Present at the meeting were Q.tme O R E G O N a n d W A S H IN G T O N
nesses. It was ordered that certifi­ NVarden William L. Finley, State
cate of proof bvadssued O. A. McFar- Veterinarian NV. H. Lytle. L. A. Lewis
lane. applicant No. 8364. and R. D. and Professor H. NV. Henshaw of
D ir e c t o r y of #»<•!» C it y . T o w n a n d
V lir e g « . s i v l o s d e s c r ip t i v e s k e t c h o t
Htldom. applicant No. 795. both of Washington. D. C., chief of the bio­
out h p ie c e . lo c a tio n . p o p u la t io n . t s le -
the Central Oregon Irrigation Com­ logical survey of the department of
irv sp h . s h ip p in g nnd b u s k i n s p o i n t ;
pany.
agriculture. Mr. Ilenshaw happened
a ls o d n e e i S e d D in s lo r y , c o m p il e d k y j
b u s in e s s s a g p r o fe s s io n .
It appearing that In accordance to be In the city and was called upon
a. l . rot a * c o , sk at ti . i
with an order of the board entered to give his expert advice and sug-l
TO RID THIS STATE
Of JACKRABBIT PEST
R O L K ’ S'
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