I Published at the “ Hub City” of Central Oregon KKDMONI). ( KOOK COUNTY, OREGON, TH U R SD AY, FE B R U AR Y 12. 1914 ime or Kl K A K I.' $1.50 PER Y E A R E IS Ì 010IS PUOI OF THE COUNTY Advantages of a Bank Account, I F HANKY H S However Small It May Be TO M FOR SiNATE EAST FRIDAY M O H M M i ( O M I'I.E I'EI.Y DK- Si ROYS T il K K AK I.E ST POI \TO WAREHOUSE IN THE NORTHWEST, W ITH VI.I. ITS CON TENTS__I.OSS ON THE III II.D IM « E STIM ATE D \T $12,(1(10 VN I» O N CONTENTS M $20.000— o l i l i . IN VS EIRE W VS I NIMM ITI ED I.Y O E INCENDI \RY TH E I.V R I.E I RONT DOORS Ol WERE EOI NO O P E N — COM PANY NESS AN D M AY SOON Iti U.UING K l N t l l M l N SPI ItNM IM IITI S U I.I. I» 0 |N(, Iti si It is well to pay bills promptly, but not to pay the same bill DECIDE TO REItl ll.D P I.A N T twice. lim n » M an M ill <l«*|i«*iu!#iif. Klrr at 3 30 lu»t Krhlay inurtiiii* f troprit tl># l(r<liimiiil I'ltlntt W arn 5, -. a o»! r o n t m t a tir ;i. a a« lly CI» «■» Him- tl»«* th# «hoi# bvtllil »an a in AAA of flam««# a ik I th«« nr«* partni««nt « a i uttaM# l o aav# th«« il MI ok or any o f th# r o u t o i i l i Th«« ^ar«’ houa# «»a# th«« la r g r a t (Mitato far «•bon#«« III th# N o r t h « # a t Th«’ m IU a r f r built o f iiA llY r f o r k and j»c tuilldtiiK « « a to I h « a# I at nr«’ p r o o f a# p«»AAlbl«t to Utah# Ih # t u l l i d l o * < «ml § 13.000 and i\m lli#urr«| f o r § 11 . 000 . It I# und«-r (Mid lat»a on «'Oiitrttt# I# l»la« «-d at „■«• odd by M a n a g r r M«H h««rry Th*’ o i M t * * aa p a r t i a l l y r u i r r f d by in )tirai.«r a tid a » m a i l p a rt Ion of th«’ not«*nt• « a# lu#ur#«i K lf(o »n car» f |HiiatiM«a, uno c a r o f « h # a t , a < ar f $u$ar an d a l a r * # «|uantlty «»f al :alfa M’««d had Ju#t h««#ti r«’«#lY«»<l b ) )h«« a ¡ir*'hull»«’ an d thl# « a « all d(’ )troy««d Ih. nr«« #tartrd In th# rrar of th«’ wilding «h#r# hay «a# HoriHl, and ^lai »►* r M«Hh««rry and many oth«ra t« uf th# opinion th# bin«# «a# of jl l i ar> origin, a» th«« larg« front («: 1 of th«« wnrrhou»«’ » « ’r«* found I dim - u a lii’ ii thr 0r#t roin««r# arrlY#«! th# fir# Th# I«»»» of thl» «ar#hoti<M« « III fall jltraYy on thr farmer« in thl# #«*« tlo*i a* It «a# a rl#arln* and atora*« hotia# for th#lr produrta and had teen th# itiran# of bringing In tuurh iMHiPY for pro«lurt# ral»«’d and groan Il.« r*’ through community #hipin#nt» th«« company la a atock conrrrn. ¡many of th# farmrra holding »bar«** of »fork In It I h# nfTh #r# and dlr#ctor# of th# «•»tiipany h««ld a iu««#ting la»t Hatur da% hut nothing d#f)nlt«’ aa regard in* rrhulldlng «aa don# at th# m##t lug And « III not b# don# until th# ItiMuranc# la adjuat#«! Th# company liaa ««atabllahrd t#m por ar y h#a«1«|tiart#ra at th# Me Hhtrry building on th# corn#r of Kifth and I> atr##ta and la going right alma«! doing bualnraa Another car of cat 11# and boga «rill b# r«*c#lY#d ►'«•hruary 17 for ahlpmrnt on th# I mb to Cortland Th# company «III • 4>ntinu«« to r**c#|v# #**a. poultry. *•*»«• . on ronalgiiuinut. and «111 g#t tin- hint return» po»»ihl«’ for aatne l'rr«ld#nt II J Harria atal#d that the nr«« and aurr«MHÜhg #v#tita «111 not lnt#rf#r# with payment» of n* c#nt shipment# Th# pr«a#nt officer# of th«» com pany ar# DAIRY ANIMALS MUSI HAVE BEEN TESTED STATE VKTKHINAItlAN «II» IN < (M l’ «IHN INlll It M. k «UVES OI T INFORM %TION llrmlcra Who I HYrr l.t»r Ntiw k for Sale ,il I’utdlc (in limi (re I ' . n I I ihmh I Sln lr Vetnrlnarlan W II l.ytle I«»* * Hitan a letter l o |)r T h « ) BelelakI of l l i l . city. Uve ■itx'k Inspector. I» regard lo breeders selling «I« I r y nul- 111111» Mr. L y tl e quotes Ihr I » » « » follo w « " N o publie auction »«lo o f any herd or |inrt o f » herd o f dairy «n i nini», or autmnls Intended for breed lug purpnacs. «lililí l»e held except under the process of court, unless all •he iinlmala offered for « o l e have, within twelve month« print to auch »ale. been aubmltted to a tuberculin •eat and reeelved a certificate of health from a qualified veterinarian T he pennlly fur non-compliance with the ab ove la a fine o f not lea» I han f i o nor m ore than $2M i lli« ada for h l « hualneaa I f your httalneaa la amali, try a little ad and wateh your liualiieaa «row. I'rraldeiit II J Harria V I .e I'realdenI A O M yera Hecrrtary J VV Brewer Treasurer W ill ia m <>«« Manager Kiil.erf M.Sherry Hire, lota Tin.» Imngdun. Georgs I. lira,..., J W Slit.cly, W K Abbey. II J Harris. A tl Myera, W il li am <•«« I m l l i i . l n r . , I.ltle t l . e r , 1 ,-»r The warehouse was dedicated Jan uary to. 1» 13. with a hi« dinner at which *5u pcipl.. purt.xik An Inter- eat In« pro «r au i w a . «Iv e n In the afternoon al.l lu the .-venln« the lar« c l dance ,-.er held In Central Ore « o n waa participated In by people from all ae. Ilona o f the county Since the company lia» been In hualneaa and up to ttie time o f the (Ire It haa been a boon to the fa r m ers in this section o f the county, as It liad made it possible for them to illa|M.ae o f ttielr II.e slock and pro duct« by community ahlpiuenta. and bro u«h t In each mouth a consider able amount of money for distribu tion a m on « them The warehouse litilldlUK waa 90x lull feet, two atorlea hl«h, liullt of nail, e la .a n e k . with I " foot cell I n « » on ttie «round f l o o r and 11-foot . elllugs on Hie second floor. It -j.n* the la rge»! potato warehouse In the North a eat Ttie coat o f the biilldtu« waa In the tie 1« tl I h ir ll oo.l of II2.0UU. The hulldlUK had a capacity o f 2un car load » of potatoes In hulk and 250 carloads III sacks or rratea S e n t . (He electric ll«h ta were distributed on the two doors, thus ci. tnx plenty of ll«tit throuRliout the entire hulldln« A spur track ran alo n « the west aide of the warehouse and every facility for the rapid and economical londlu« of cars had liecti provide.! for A atrln«ent rule In the warehouse waa that no am okln« was allo w e d ” and every precaution had been taken acalnst dre Thl». coupled with the f a d that Manager M. Sherry had per sonally »ecu that the lar ge front doors o f the warehouse were cloaed and barred the evening before the dre. and that these door» were wide open when the dre wan drat discov ered. point Ktron«ly to (he Idea that the hu lldln« w » » net on lire by some one w tio c . pecti‘j j to reap a beliedt or had a « r u . U e a«ainat the company. M ilk \k H U M » « INw St IT 11(1111 I K I t l f . ( T I O S O ). In the rase o f the Central Oregon Irrigation Co va Kirk Whited, Judge Hradshaw ha* made a declalon In f a . o r o f defendant. White d, and dls- tnlaaed the caae. Thl# wu* a ca»e In- volvlng the right o f water for exceaa acreage The defendant had tender ,-d maintenance for the full area of trrlgnhle acres on hla land, which the ditch company refused, and then „hut off the water. W h ile d broke open the gate and took the water he M ake Ita c e a » \ t««»r tlln g In tim a i«* In - Sometimes bookkeepers, by mistake, send out bills after they have been paid. I f you pay by check, however, the can I«» I l i » I*'ri «••ul» celled checks art* returned to you and can be produced as receipts. Checkinir accounts are therefore more than a convenience. They are an insurance against over payment. Every man or Will iam Hanley o f Murili will he woman who pays bills should do so with checks. an Independent candidate for l'nlte d State» Senator from Oreg on at the general »le c tio n lic it N ovember, ac Y'our checking account will be welcomed at this bank, where cording to the Cortland Oregonian you are assured o f absolute security and the most courteous W hile he la not ready to mak e his formal announcement, this In for m a treatment. tion comes from personal friend», to » h u m he said that ho had concluded definitely to enter the race. They were noi asked to keep the news secret T h e In formation they g a . e confirms previous political gos sip to the effect (hat Mr Hanley would take a hand In the Senatorial situation. Ills decision lo run as an Inde pendent Is Mr Hanley's solution of a party mlxup that haa occasioned considerable con jectu re as to what party atti Hat Ions. If any, he would he a candidate under At the last I'realdenI lai election Mr Hanley casi his vote and gave hla support openly to W ood row Wilson This was, as he says, the first D em o cratic vote he e v er had cast, as ht had been a lif elo ng Kepuhllran and a strong party lead er In his section o f the state for many year# Keeling that In the three-cornered light Mr. Taft had uo chance o f election, and that Mr K o o s r . c l t ough'. to be d e feated. he allied hlluaelf with the Wilson forces. HOARD OF DIRECTORS: In running as an lndc|>endent can did ale now. he will do so wtlh the promise to support ('resident Wilson L. E. Smith Dr. J. Barr J. W. Brewer Guy E. Dobson It. A. Kendall and his present policies Guy E. Dobson, President J. W. Brewer, Vice President Mr Hanley will not. o f course, compete In the primaries, hut will Chas. B. Drake. Cashier t»< nominated by petition. Aa he Is one o f the most widely known men In the state, his friends figure that It will he an easy matter, prior to the general election, fo r him to o b tain the necessary number o f signers lo his |M>tltlon Mr Hanley has long been active In work fo r the developm ent o f O r e gon H e Is president o f the Stnte Irrigation Congress, president o f the Central Oregon Development Ix-ague, and vice-president o f the State of Oreg on Development 1-eague. In D e cember, 1V13. he was one o f the ‘ Oregon delegates to the National S|\ NEW MEMBERS JOINED THE CITIZENS SHOW (I'l'K EC I VTION Wll.l.l \M HANLEY TEI.I.S ABOCT Conservation Congress at W a s h in g ton. COMMERÇAI, Cl, I H OK THEIK SERVICES WORK TO COME CP REDMOND BANK OF COMMERCE MONDAY NOON LUNCH PURSE MADE UP FOR IRRIGATIONS WILL WAS WELL ATTENDED TELEPHONE OPERATORS SEEK AID AT CONGRESS ! He Is a believer In the principle of having the people of the state develop their own resources He was born at Jacksonville, Ore , Just &.1 years ago last Sunday and has lived N i - h Innuiatlon l*r»>v«'w a Nwccrwa In Oregon all his life. In the Way of Getting the Two announced candidates for, t tilted States Senator already are In Members Together the Held. They are R. A. Booth of Kltgene, as a candidate for the Re publican nomination, and George E. j Chamberlain, Incumbent, as a candi date for the Democratic nomination. The first of the Monday noon A few day# ago ex-l'nlted States luncheons innuRiirated by the Red Senator Bourne, In a letter published mond Commercial Club was given at In the newspapers, gave out what the Hotel Redmond this week Mon Is considered by many as his prelim day and 29 members of the club sat inary statement before formally an down to table. Moat of th e «' were nouncing himself. business men of the city, but a few Voung Women T»i«-r Have Given Ha»lern Oregon to Send Strong l>el- Eire Alarm By Kinging egation» to I’ortland Session «he Eire Kell »"<• legislation Expeeted Miss Marie Austin and Miss Vita *■ A11 Eastern Oregon districts will Kainsauer are the two young women send strong delegations to the Ore operators at the central telephone gon Irrigation Congress in Portland office here, and twice they have g lv -; February 13-14, and 1 believe that en the Are alarm at night by ringing the work accomplished by this Con I the lire bell that is located about gress probably will be greater In it3 .......led. whereupon the company farmers from the t'owell Butte and half a block from their office, where effects than that of either of the two brought a criminal action before » COI NTN COI IIT DECIDES other districts were present and they live. The first alarm was given preceding meetings." is the opinion justice o f the peace, which the Jua (GAINST Ol TSIDE I.ABOIt Joined In with the city people. This hy Miss Austin on the night of Jan expressed by William Hanley, presi nee dismissed. The company then new move of having a lunch every uary 1. when the Redmond Hotel; dent of the Congress, to the Port The County Court held a apeeial Monday noon at different places In bar caught fire. The second alarm land press brought the suit for Injunction and I the Judge denies that It Is not en session last week to consider the the city has met with spontaneous was gHen by both young women last "The principal issue that will be proposition of the Governor to pro approval of a majority of the mem Friday morning at 3:30. the occas up before the Congress will be the titled lo an Injunction. vide outside labor, providing th<> bers of the club, and the outlook ion of the Redmond Pnion Ware general method of financing Irriga now Is that the affair will be kept men would work for their board and UNNI lt.Vltl.HTN hll.l.KII •»> house fire. The night of this last tion and drainage in Oregon." he up right along. \ lodging. The court decided against |>|(|\K IN MkHItkS HKITION During the luncheon six new mem fire was very cold, and after ringing said. "The time when Irrigation pro Importing men Into this part of the ber» Joined the club. L M. Foss, the hell and getting the firemen and moters sought only the settler with At it recent rabbit drive held In »tale, deeming It an unwise policy. traveling freight and passenger volunteers out. both women were ready money Is past and the irriga the Madras section about 4000 rah The court also made an appropria- agent of the O.-W. R. « N. Co., of about "a ll in." and had to be assist tion development of the future looks to the man who works his salvation hits were killed A parly o f 10 came I tlon of «25,000 for the Improvement Bend, and A. H. Rhode. A. W. Hayn, ed to the office. up from I’ ortland Biol helped In the j of the Bear Creek and I'aullnn roads. Henry Tweet and F. B. Chapman, all In recognition of the services ren out of the soil onto which he goes. of Powell Butte. slaughter. The Madras Rod fi Gun "Th e settler in the irrigated dis dered by the young women a sub The next luncheon will be given scription list was circulated last Fri trict muat be protected and given the N A M E S I H it M 1 I I . I N G chili plans to have another big hunt ____ at the Hotel Oregon on Monday. In March It Is csllmated that dur day by Geo. Hobbs of Powell Butte, faireat possible chance. Money for February 1«, at 12: SO o’clock, and The Spokesman has the name of ing the last few months over 4000 among some of the business men of the use of the irrigation settler muat every taxpayer In Crook county, with It is expected that more members be the cheapest possible and the Ir rabhlta have been killed on different their postotflce address. Persons de will sit ilown to that one than at the the elty and a purse of $38 50 raised hunts In the country tributary to siring names for mailing or other Initial luncheon. All farmer mem | In a short time, which waa presented rigation districts muat have as good Madras purposes can secure same at this of bers of the club are invited to at to the two operators. Following are a bonding and Interest system as a railroad corporation. Thla is the tend the weekly luncheon», and all j the names of those contributing: fice at a reasonable hgure. farmers In this section are urged to Tapper What la It a man longs J. B. Green, Thos. Sharp Jr.. F. W problem that will chiefly engage the most fur after he has been married If you want to sell, advertise If Join the club and work with the McPaffery. C. A. Beckwith, A. G. Al- Irrigation Congress, and legislation you want to buy. read the advertise town members for the betterment of a few year»? this whole section. ments In The Spokesman. l appar A bachelor'» degree.