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Crook County Journal.
COUX'IY OFFICIAL PAPER.
THURSDAY, JULY 11. l'JOl.
Governor T TGEKR
S.-eruiHiy uf Statu F I Pl'NBAK
Tri'Huivr...- C S MOORE
Atty RN BLACK HI UN
Sunt I'ub Instr J H ACKERMAN
Printer W H LEEDS
Dairy & Food Com J W HA1LKV
( JOSEPU SIMON
I J H MITCHELL
CT H TONGUE
M A MOODY
Supreme Judges. . R 8 BEAN
(. FA MOORE
7TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Prosecuting Ally.. FRANK MENEFEE
Joint Senator J N Wiixiasison
C R A Emmktt
Joint Repres'u'tive IH McOkekb
I AS Robrrts
Judpe VV 0 Wills
Clerk J J Smith
Sheriff W C Coxgletos
I D E Tkmplbton
I H J Hkaley
Treasurer J N Poixdextkb
Assttssor J D Lakx llktte
School Supt Wm Boeuli
Surveyor C A Gkaves
Coroner Wm H Rhotx
Stock Inspector Joe Hi.vkle
Birthday of tha Flaa.
Justice W R McFarlanp
Constable Ed Gekow
Mayor LS Liogett
I W ILSON
i Ed N White
Ci:uncilmen - D F Stewakt
A H LirpMAN
ic M Elkins
Recorder M II Bell
Treasurer M A Mooke
Muialml Wit Puine
PRINEVILLE LODGE. KO. 7fi, A.
F. & A. M. Meets in Masonic Tem
ple on Saturday before full iiioou of each
month. T. M. Baldwin, W. M.
M. E. Brink, Secretary.
i ARNATION CHAPTER, NO. 44, O
UK. S. Meets second and fourth
Friday, Juno 14, tlte American
(lag was 121 years old and the int
ension was marked in many places
with special exercises. The day
has been established and bet aside
in many of the eastern state, Col
orado having recently niado it a
legal holiday. Oregon has not
taken the advance step as yet, hut
nevertheless many schools through
out tho state observed the day.
The Grand Army is endeavoring
to make June 14th a national tlag
day and this year Bent out a circu
lar letter which, in part, is as fol
lows: "June 14th will be the 124 anni
vcrstuy of tho birthduy of the
"When it is considered what it
has cost to give birth to this flag,
what it has cost to maintain it and
what it means to this nation and
to the world, there , is no honor too
great that should not be conferred
"Our flag was born in the throes
of liberty, wounded in the battles
of freedom and sanctified in the
cause of humanity.
"It should be honored for all the
security it guarantees; all the mer
cy it proclaims: all the power it
"It is the flag that has ever been
Nye, Umatilla co., K, Plunchet
The past week has been want) with
little wtnd. Haying is progressing
rapidly. .Harvest starts soon
some grain being rcadv to head
now. Most crops are good, but
sonie are badly damaged by the
Baker City, Baker co., V. C.
McUniness Frost on mornintr of
2(th did no damage. Alfalfa
fair crop. Damaged wheat and
barley being cut for feed. Pas
tures fair. Up to the present date
the excess of temperature "from
January 1 is 384 degrees and the
deficiency of precipitation 3.215 in
cites. More rain is needed, but at
this season the rains become less
Beulah, Malheur co. II. A.
Smith Weather improving. Al
falfa haying has commenced. Re
planted 'gardens looking well
Maximum, 98 degrees; minimum,
Wants His Money Back.
A young greenhorn from' the east
named George T. Porter, lost .")00
at a speculative enterprise known
as faro, in which Edwin Switzler,
a Pendleton councilman ond prop'
erty owner, is extensively inter
ested, and now sues Mr. witzler
and his partners to recover 11000,
under an Oniron statute which
raised in honor and never lowered, permits the recovery of twice the
in disgrace, it is ttie Bag that rep- amount lost at tne seductive cam
resents liberty of thought and re- Ung table.- This remarkable piece
ng.ous ngiu, anu mxas iouay, 0f business intelligence has ngitat
beautifully hovering in the breeze, i ed Pendleton from hill -to hill
around her Cuban protege, a pro- Councilman Switzler is scarcely to
tectorate against 'man's inhutnani- be blamed for refusing to return
ty to man.' The flag that grace- the money that came to him in the
tuny waves in the Orient, a re- j ordinary channels of his lucrative
spected monitor in the Celestial, business, yet the law seems to rec-
empire, gniding the world in the ognize young Mr. Porter's right to
solution of a divine problem, re- Cat his" cake and have it too to
monstrating against avarice and
admonishing against treacherv.
"It is the flag that must not be
disgraced as an advertisement of
merchandise or displayed for idle
"It is sacred! It is sublime.
restore to his pocket an investment
that he lost in a futile attempt to
get something for nothing. ym
pathy for Mr. Porter should not be
very general, yet the effect of the
case will be wholesome should it
tend to discourage the distinguished
Next to Holy Writ it should be; Pendleton councilman from fur-
our guide, standing for the.equali- ther pursuit of an avocation where-
ty of man, and of woman to man. J in the profits are subject to legal
Thursday of each month in Mso,.ic Tern-1 11 18 I10w tne peacemaker between , spoliation. Weston Leader.
pl. Miss Gbace Belknap, W. M.
Mrs. M. h Brink. Secretary
I CHOOO LODGE, Nil. 4!5, 1. 0. 0. F
' Meets in Odd Fellows' Hull every
ecoud aud fourtli Saturday evening.
M. R. Bi.ius, N. G
IT. P. Belknap, Secretary.
1 CHOro LODGE, NO. 101 A. 0. U.
W. Meets in Odd Fellows' Hall on
the second and fnurth Mondavs of each
iii ml.. Dr. E. 0 Hyde, M, W.
L N. LiofiETT, Recorder.
SUNBEAM LODGE, NO. 3i D. of H.
Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall every
Mrs Pearl Howell. Chief of Honor.
Miss Ethel ) khiktt, Recorder.
V RINEVILLE CAMP, NO. 210,
(r WiKiduiHii .if World Meets at Odd
Fellows' Hall 011 the Hist and third
. TliuiwHy pveriirH's of eicli iiM'titli
C. E. McDowell Consul Cotuinmder.
J. L. MuCii.loi h, Clerk.
UNIPER CIRCLF, NO. 37. WOM
en of Woodcraft Meets every Friday
eienintr "t (Wd Fellows' Hall.
Mish Efea Crooks Guardian Neighbor.
Mi-s Ida Omko, Clerk.
FL in Odd Fellows' Hall eery Wednes
day evening All brothers in good stand
lii'J invited to attend.
W, A. aooTH,
J. L. MoCclloci: K. R. S.
iILOT TENT N.). 93, K. 0. T. M.
-Meets 111 Odd Fellows' Hall every
vcoiid and fourth Thursday evenings in
inch month. P, K. Howard, S. K. C.
.1. O. Cyrcs, R. K.
RTNEVILLE ASSEMBLY. NO.
ll:3, U. A.- Meets in Odd Felloes'
Hall eiery first and third i'hursdiiy even
ings in each month.
E. O.-Hvdb, M. A.
Warrev Phowv. Secr"tiirv
LOOKOUT REBEKAH, NO. 103,1.
O, O. F. ileets 111 Odd Fellows,
Hall every hi st and third Saturday even
ings in each ni'.iith.
Mihh Grace Belknap, N. G.
nitnert) domestic loes. it is a
gaurd against foreign interference.
It forgives the past and points to
the future grandly; with more
grandeur than our prevision can
encompass. It is the flag of our
rpnninn Tlio fl-iir if Ilia r.r.w ti
sessions which Providence has be- j Coach and
stowed, bo let the American peo
ple, with one hand one the casket
of the Golden Rule and with the
other saluting the emblem of our
liberty and strength, do honor to
our banner as it stands fbi loyalty
between ourselves and the eleva
tion of all mankind.
"As tie day dawns on June 14th,
let the morning breeze kiss the
fluttering flag from every housi
top, and as the schoal bell sounds
the assembly hour let there le
plad hearts among the children as
it is made their festal day to sing
praise-) to the flag and to cheer it
as it floats in the air above, a tok
en of their noble birth." ' i
stallions and marep,
few young teams for
I'ayslack Eljid Slock i!and
, Hayst.it k, Oregon.
Climate And Crop Bulletin.
Djuglas, Morrow co., J. A. Troed-
the week warm, lat-
Do not be deceived by those who ad
vertise a ?0.00 Hewing Machine for
$20.00. Tliitf kind of a machine can
be bought from us or any of our
dealers from 15.00 to ilS.OO.
WE MAKE A VARIETY.
THE NEW HOKE IS THE BEST.
The Feed determines the strciiL'tli or
I. ........ ..ff U ! H.. 1 ....
t t ' 1 mi 1 i. 1 1 .1 "euivinrrn in ncwJl. iUUCIUllCM. 1 ne
Hinrichs Hie wheat hay and the iOMlle Fe-d combined with other
first cutting of clover are well cured "troiig points muk the Xcw Home
son First of
ter part cool and a li tie
Summer fallow wheat getting ripe.
Spring grain very good. Rye is
Hood River. Wasco co., P. D.
B L'CERE TEMP E, NO. 2 i. RVH
fh"iH Sis'ers-T etds eva y t rat aud
I' ird Wedneslav of eacll 111 11 I ,
Mr Mary E.' VxD ..t.Lt, M. l. C
tilUJ il Ul j.1 aul C.
and under shelter; the crop was
very good in regard to quantity
and quajity. Parley is ripe; wheat
is ripening fat. Strawberries are
nearly all picked. New potatoes
and vegetables are plentiful. The
weather keeps too cool for the rap
id growth of tomatoej, corn and
the bent Sewing Machine to buy.
r.hnwlng tho dlt-fc-rerit
H. w lne ,oiclilii,
vo manufacture uud prices beroiupurcliusiiig
THE KCW HOME 5CWIH6 MACHIKS 50.
28 Union Bq. X. y, CUIcago, 1 II., Attanta, Oa.,
St Loulu.Mo., I.i::as,T2x.,Haa i'mucUuj.CjJ
ran salc oy
New Borne Sewing Machine
San Francisco, Cal
Adriance Buckeye Mowers
Keepers and Binder
I . Holler learina well balanced,
110 necli weight.
Also Jackson Hay Forks, Carriers,
Blocks and Derrick Irons.
Send for Catalogue.
FRANK ELKINS & CO.
ISOM CLICK K.
SI T S
Ja The Celebrated
K A. B. C. Beer
i Alway3 on Hand.
Proprktors of tlie Prinevills Soda Works.
First National Rank.
of all makes sold and rent
ed. Mincographs, Hckto
gra)hs, Ollico and Dupli
cating Goods, Desks, Let
ter Presses, Etc.
Write tis for prices on
Rubber Stamp, Seals. Etc
Coast Agency Company
OUlt LEAD Kit.
The Very Pest. iVrite fur Pooklct
Prineville Planing1 Mill.
John B. Shipp, Proprietor.
Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of rough and
dressed lumber, shingles, brackets, mouldings, turn
ing and band sawing, llouso Finish made to order.
Agent for Kaaiblcr and Ideal Bicycles and Sundries.
Mill opposite Prineville Flour Mill. Yard, 2d St., opposite I. 0. 0. F, ll.dl.
Carpets, 7Jattinyand and J&noleum, )oors,
Windows, Slass, Paints,. Oils, Var, S3uildiny
and Carpet IPaper, Screen "Doors and Screen
All kinds of Lumber.
Siomembor, $ deliver in the city
jCur, per f QQ
Zhoring and Rustic 25. 00