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IJEND, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1906.
C. S. BENSON;
ATTORNEY AT LAW
15c lid, - Oregon.
VV. P. MYERS
1 Wrier Vrf p.clnl Ctlc lflW lllf V K.
Land oMee, ml lwpMmrit( of the Inlerliir.
Al gctier) ptMlk.
Office, LAJUUW, Okk.
U. C. COE, M. D.
OPNCK OVKK MAMK
Physician and Surgeon
TIU.KiMIOMft NO. 21
DR. !. L. SCOPIKLD
lll'.NI), - OKIM'.O.N
Office (11 residence 011 Hawthorne Ar,
J. Y. ROBISON
(IrTICK AT Brttfil MVRKV TKAJMrKK
ni'.XI). .... OKKOON
DR.. W. P. KETCHUM
OF K UK IX RANK M'tUMMC.
R. D. WICKNAA1
Attorney - at - Law
OWICK OVK MAXK
ai'.xn, - okhoon
KOfARY It'NMC INUVRANCK
A. H. GRANT
Liverpool, London A lllohc, ami
Lancashire PI re Insurance
HIINI), - OKHOON
Crook County Really Co
Real lislnlc Uougtit and Sold.
Life and Accident
rrK ! klLLKflM KVIUllMU HXI. OHHOOM
R. B. QARA1AN,
MOTEL REDMOND Cnll and see
I heteby glveu that TtmtMnnc O.
, Rtrmvily inaitttanc ti lureiunait, m
, UtaiMi. Iim Mail notice of inleutlou to
nmuTon brr Ommi-UihI ialnt No lor
lteaert Uid, riHul IToor.
NOTIOIC KOIl PUBLICATION.
V. . I.aad Offee, TM Italic. Offfoa,
July 1 1 1 iv.
the wftttwW, m 4 d HI. . tf l . r
m m. m? Cr II 1. I'lIU l. 4. OMllt hlMrf. at
nit uKsvU Bud, OMfluii. oa the 15th day of
iQMnatteV ( following; wltneaMM to nrov
Id coMptrU IrritMhm 4 reclamation of told
Kd lUlvorMHt. John White. II. W. Meed and
TIkmm Trlpletl, U of Htd, Orrgoa.
jlyiJM MICHAHI.T HOLAK. Hi.tT
UKI'AKTMKXT Of TIIK INTKKfOK.
f . it. Land Uik. The UsIIm. Oregon.
June ts. lyoo.
A aufietotit curilet fSdvlt having- been 6ld
ImhHionc liv I.viU A. UmiUIi. Cuulrstmit. agatuit
howttatMul t Mi v no, 11601, made Octohir 15, iw
Ibf uHhK. h1-!!!!, w, ip i. r niw 111 by
MgflKa MOftla, t-oiilMrv, III Hlikh ll ) alleged
thai hIU .Maltha Miml Iim uliully alMUidimad
MMU Irad.lhol lt clmngc.1 her mklvncc
IktlairoHi l'r niori- IIihii kU ihoiiIIi. latl mM.
iMt Nim Iracl U not Mlllnl iihiii ami i-iilllwUcil
br Mhl ia(l)' narniilttl hy law Hint micli fail-
3 It 1111 ninn, llul mM olhfHi'il aliwitc vh 1104
M lu tier riiiiiloyiiiciil III tlir army navy or
ntarlut eeiiMollkc I'nllnlMatralu time o( war
Sdlil Iwtrllf Arc liercliy mitlllnl t ailcr. re
Hmml ami ollir olilciiccloucliiiiKMlilnllfsHlloii
CI 10 o'clock a 111. on Aiiiut iJ. ivuo. ikIok II
g.Kllia, u I'. H KiminlliMnr, ill 111. ulhci' In
cnil. Orvtiuiii anil tlmt II1111I hrdrinu "III lc
ttOltl at ioocIikI. H. 111 oil Auiiii.t it, 19. Icitirr
llic lFKlVf I ami Krvclvcr ut Die I'llllcd hlulr.
Mini Ullirv In Tlie lMllr. Ormoii.
The will) roiitrntaiit linvlnjr. In n irnirr
nffiilnvlt. lllcil June 11, luoo, net forth fiictn
Oilli .how that nftcr ilur illllucncr iierMiiml
MfvlccoflliU notice cnil not he made. It Uhcrehy
iinlnrciliwulilliectciltliiit mlcll not If c be Given
hy line ami proper imbtlcnlloii.
li ....MICUAKI. T. NOI.AN. Kesttttr.
-I have n few
choice tracts from 40 to 160 acres
each that can be bought at n bar
'grilii. 1 t, TOMJ'jiiNS, n.ank
ecauso we are selling the same and better
quality at a closer margin is a very good
reason why you will find our store the
best place to buy anything in ihe line of
Groceries, Drygoods, Furnish
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and Oils
Ihe PINE TREE STORE
12. A. SATIIliK, I'ROI'RHilOR
500 ACRES OF APPLES
A Complete Stock of
Rough, Surfaced nnd Alouldcd
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
T. & G. la.OORING
UK AD liLOCKS
o. g. hashuoard
o. c. .hattins
l. ii. d. patknt rooming
The Lands of
The D. I. & P.
The C. S. I. Co.
CUSTOM PIUiD ALL IN CONNECTION.
Pilot Butte Development
Timber Und. Art Jntta . i;
NOTICK l'OIt PUHLICATION.
V. A. Mnd OMe. UWevkw. Oregon,
June . i.
Motla la hrliy glaan Ikat In compliance with
Ihe urovlaioa. of IB Aft of Coirea of Junr i.
I?f, rntltlfd. "An act for thlf oTllmlier larnl.
Inlftaauitaon-aniofMia. imp", 7rv"u": "'"
WaaMuatoM Territory,' a cuteudetl to all Ihe
public land Mate by Ad of AuRuat 4, ivt.
Hairy I.. (IIMm,
of PorlUml. eounli' of MiiUnomah. atalr of
Uregon, haa Aletl In thw ofAce hi.
a urn ttalameut No. 4o, tor Hit purUiawof ihe
awofjevv, jn . r 14 e, w m.
Altd will oiler proof to how that the laud
WWibt U Mora valuabU toe Ita timber or atnuc
than lor airtcnltarat mrwia, and 10 eub
llah hi cUTui to aaid tawl before the Keaier
and Hacclterat IjWevlrw. itrcgou, on IrUlny.
the jiat day of AucM, io.
11 uaiuM aa arUueaae Ora loluK lcr, ol
l-lluevllle, tliegoii, and Jamea It llouiiuan or
Any niulatl Imhwh .clatmlHt advaraely any of
the above deacribrtl landa ar retiwalnl to blr
their vlaima In thU o8le on or before the aaul
iit day of Aiitut, iao.
hsa4 IN WATtMIN. KIHer.
IDCI'AKTMKNT til' Till! INTItKIOK
I'. 8. 1.aml Odlce, The IMllee, Oiecoit.
June -. loo
AMiirideiUoiutrM nllii1alt hating heen lllol
In Ihlt oflke by Mcll C. Coon., voute.lnnt
nln.l hoiuetcail enlry No lijfto, nlmlct).llvr
7. iy. nir the K,iuU. 4tnvU, ec i, tp ") .
r 11 e, v in, . by Itniicnc I. Aihliue
conteatrc, In , "lilcd It l alleged Hint
Mid llutieiie I Aahlliir. liaachaiigdhUretldeib'c
liiereiroin ;or more inuii ix iiioiiiin mm i""i
that .aid tract U not .cltlc.l uHn and ciilllxated
liv jII imrtv a irnulred by Invr and that
aid lalUirca ullll exltt. that .aid al
leiied atMcnce n not due lo hi. employment
In the army, navy or marine Corp. of the (Milted
Hlulraui lliuool war, .ald'partlr. arc hereby
notlncd lo appear, re.poud and oiler evidence
touching aald allegation al u o'clock a m. 011
July i, iwjo, before II. C lUlli.al'.H. CommL.
loner at lil. i.flke lu Ileud, Oregon and that final
hear ng will la.iif Id at 100'clocka. m., ml July
8, ih, btfotr the Kecl.ler and KeCeUer at
the I'. H. I.aml onicc, flic Dalle, Oregon.
The aqld routetlanl Imvlng, lu a proper afflda.
vll, filed June 41 Ifio&i t forth facta which
how after due diligence pcrtoual .ervlce of till,
notice can not bctipndc, It l hereby ordered and
directed that uclrt'otlce De "given "by ' due n ml
Jij-JuOo MICUAKI. 7, MOI.AM, Keglitct.
Ereryone Bhould robscribo for
liLa homo paper, In order to get all
tho local news, but to keep in touch
with the world'i dtily ovenU
ehould also red
The Everting Telegram,
The leailtne ovenins newspaper of
the Paclfio Coast, which haa com
plete Associated Press reports and
special leased -wire service, with
correspondents in important news
centers and in all the cities and
principal towns of the Northwest.
Portland and suburbs axe covered
by a bright staff1 of reporters, and
editorial, dramatic, society and
special writers. Baturday's edi
tion consists of 26 to 28 pages, and
has colored comio pages, as well as
a dop&rtinent for children, colored
fashion page, on interesting serial
story and other attractive features
in addition to all th'e news of the
Subscription Rates:,, Ono month,
50 cental; threa months, $1.35; six
months, ?2.50j twelve months, ?5.
fTOainpliT copies mailed free, ir '
Many Trees to lie Planted
on Johnston Ranch.
NOTHING HUT EXPORT PRUIT
One of tlic l.ursofU Orchard In the
Stnlc Will He Sot Out Next Spring
18 iMIIcn IIat of H011J.
v J5eir"tnmsodnsMiy1ioAV be ob
tained at the postoltfice store, 4tf
The latest improvement decided
upon by J. 0. Johnston for his
large much cast of Ileud w the
plnittiiiK of 300 acres to apple
trees next spring. Mr. Johnston
has been making; a study of fruit
growing during the last few months,
with the result that he will plant
what will 1 one of the largest or
chards in the state. No varieties
but those that command the high
est price as export apples will be
planted. These varieties have not
yet been chosen, but inasmuch as
the Yellow Newtown Pippins and
the Spitzeuhurg are very popular
commercial apples at present, they
will probably comprise a. large
twr cent of the trees. Par
ticular attention will be paid to the
growing of apples of exceptional
The Iknd country is destined to
be a great fruit country. Many
hundreds of fruit trees, berry
bushes, and strawberry plants were
planted last spring and Mr. John
stou will cap the climax next
spring with his large orchard.
Young berry bushes and strawberry
plants have yielded abundantly
i'.. is season when their age is con
sidered. They have done remark
ably well. Fruit trees, though too
young to bear, have made it Hue
growth, are entirely free from any
pest and disease, and look healthy
and strong. J. I. West reports
that his plum trees have made a
growth of 3Ji feet this year.
Two miles north of Uend there is
an orchard on the S. Collins place
that has been literally loaded with
apples each year for several seasons
and there will also be a tine yield
About a mile east oi. Uend is the
Henry Hedges homestead. Mr.
Hedges is much given to experi
mcutiug with fruits and vegetables.
Karly this spring he planted quite
a variety of fruit trees and bushes,
which included peach and walnut
trees. They have made a fine
Indications tiow predict that the
upper Deschutes valley will be a
great producer of fruit in a very
few years, and that Mr. Johnston
will make no mistake in planting
many acres to fruit.
BEND TAKE NOTICE.
A Chance for the Muscle and Brawn of
Uend to Show Its Worth.
Rkomoxh, Aug. S. Since our
last notes fair matters have pro
gressed rapidly. The premium list
is Hearing completion and will be
scut to all who request it. Entries
.-l.m.l.l twi .lifi.ln Aarln Tf tltiar. tc
any difference in accommodations.
It win uc in lavor 01 me earner en
tries. Hooks open September 1.
Address K. C. Park, Secretary,
Redmond Pair Association.
W'e will have the bestkjle-shaptd
track in Central Oregon. 'Good
races, sports, running water and
camping privileges ior those who
In the premium list the following
departments are well represented,
single premiums running as high as
J25: Horses, cattle, sheep, swine,
poultry, dairy, farm products., fine
ar,ts, textile and culinary. Ladies
We expect to have novelty races,
baby show, ribpcortind peanut. (
Now lknd sit uo and take no
tice. We expect you to send doyvpj
n.lug-01-wur icuai 10 jnui uu your
sliare of the gjory and gold. f,
11 We especially invite exliJbits'cMil
er ttiaU those provided for in the
' trfM2i14t ltf rif1 mIII f1Tmi nil (t-
irittiiuiu - ! mil viiss rasa ikvii-
ities possible ior their proper ex hi
The officers of the association
are II. A. Kendall, president; K. C.
Park, secretary-; C. N. lihrettreaa
urer. These, with Messrs. II. V.
Jones and V. L. Kicker, make up
the board of directors.
CROPS DO WELL.
Land under the Swallcy Ditch Pro
duces Atuch drain.
James K. lienham was in lieud
Tuesday from his ranch on the
Swalley ditch and reports that crops
are in fine condition in his neigh
borhood never looked better. Oats
stand 3,i feet high and the grain
is filling out into fine, large ker
nels. Another field of oats sowed
a little later is about two ftet high
and is just beginniiig to head. Mr.
Ikuham expects to thresh this crop
and says he will get a ne-yield.
His field of alfalfa is. making an
excellent record this yosr. He has
cut one crop of hay from it. cutting
about a ton to the acre. The sec
ond giowth looks extra well and
will cut much more than a ton per
None of Mr. Beiibain's land has
received any fertilizer of any de
scription. He took the virgin soil,
cleared, plowed and seeded it, and
is reaping very satisfactory crops.
Mr. Heuham says much improve
ment can be noticed on all crops
grown on the second plowing and
prophesies that Deschutes valley
laud will improve with each year's
cultivation. He has much faith in
MORE SURVEYORS AT WORK.
Southern Pacific lias ,Mnny Men
Working In the .Mountains.
The Hugeuc Guard has interest
ing news to report regarding another
crew of surveyors that has been put
to work by the Southern Pacific
011 the surveys over the Cascades
into Eastern Oregon. This makes
five crews working in the moun
tains on surveys running toward
the east: Rankin, who start
ed with the first crew on the
west side about a year ago; Iiuck,
who is working across the mount
ains toward Rowland: Miller, who
outfitted at Bend and is working
east from Ilajoldell probably along
a branch of' the Willamette river;
Shaw, who is now camped 20 miles
south of. Iieud running a line due
south toward Odell, and this last
crew mentioned by the Guard.
The Guard says:
A party of Southern Pacific rail
road surveyors arrived in Eugene
from Sou Francisco 011 this morn
ing's train and left by private con
veyance about 9 o'clock .for the
Herbert ranch about 50 miles from
Kugene and a considerable distance
from Hnzeldell postofilce 011 the up
per Willamette. The headquarters
lor the several crews of surveyors
who have been working on the pro
posed line acrosss the mountains
into Eastern Oregon is at the Her
bert place, over -o men being
The surveyors who left Iviigene
this morning did not know their
ultimate destination. I'util they
arrived here on the train they
did not even know which direction
Irom Eugenie they 'were to go, their
orders having preceded them by
mail. They will go- to the Waldo
Lake vicinity, but io not know
how much further or, in which
direction from there they will be
With the 50 or 60 engineers in
the field the bouthoru Pacific com
pany is making thorough surveys
of the proposed line across the
mountains and of the several pro
posed laterals, extended nbrth and
south from the Natron-Ontario
It will be remembered that the
first crew of surveyors under Carl
Rankin began work ou the Hue
uearly a year ago and the force has
beeu incrtased from time to time
and divided into several different
crews until almost au army of engi
neers is uow engaged at the work,
It is expected that the announce
ment of the letting of contracts or
construction will be made within
the next few weeks.
BETTER LAW NEEDED
Statutes Covering Water
Rights Arc Deficient.
STATE ENGINEER IS AT WORK
An Hffort Will Do Made to Secure the
Passage of a Oood Irrigation Mens-
urc by Next Legislature.
A matter of much importance to
all irrigated countries is the ncces
sity for good and sufficient laws
covering the diversion of water from
streams and settling beyond dis
pute the right to the use of that
water. In this regard the laws
of Oregon are wonderfully lacking
diid a movement is now star'tcd to
secure the passage of aw adequate
irrigation law. State Engineer
Lewis has made arrangements for
a meeting at Portland in Scptcm
her at which delegates from differ
ent sections of the state wiH for
mulate an outline of a new law and
endeavor to secure its passage b
the next legislature.
Recently settlers living along
Three-Mile, Gate and Rock creeks
in Wasco county submitted a peti
tion to Governor Chamberlain for
redress from damages caused them
by an irrigation company that had
diverted all the water from these
creeks for irrigation purposes. This
left the settlers without water for
stock and domestic purposes. Both
Governor Chamberlain and State
Engineer Lewis arc of the opinion
that the state has no authority in
such cases aud the only relief for
the settlers was through action in
This matter has quickened the
discussion relative to a new irriga
tion law and is arousiug more in
terest in Mr. Lewis' plan for the
meeting at Portland. Referring to
the trouble of the above-named
settlers, Mr. Lewis said:
"TlM! laws in this state are vrv in
definite, anil the rights acquire! art
uncertain, there being no state ailniiuit
tration or control over the ili version 01
water from the streams of this state, ns
thre is it. t'tah, Wyoming, etc Art
effort mj been made to secure the pas
age in this state of a lav similar to that
in Utah without succew, and another
attempt will be made at next seiou ol
"This matter should receive the sup-
rrt of all water-users iti the state, and
would suueest as a remedy for the
conditions mentioned that you !ook into
the subject of the irrication laws nt
other states ami oreauue your com
tnuiiity for the support of such ltgisla
tion as you think will assist in the m1u
tion of your difficulties.
"AH water right are uncertain in tin-
state, however, as there is no record t
them. They conuict ami are worthies
because only a part of the users hat.
filed, some of tnoe claim mure than
tuey can use, ami some ueer )u'lt
ditches. The police power of the slate
doe not extend to the protection i:
water-uKrs for lack of definite tvon! 1-
to riciriel rights. A certificate oi apir
priatton, uuder the reined v fciiKKeitc(
taattetl by the atate is the foundation ..
right to Ittc-vae of power, as n the f.m
ilaiiivuta) patent to the title to laud.'
Speaking of the great important
of adequate laws governing irriga
Hon questions, Elwood Mend, 111
his book, "Irrigation Institutions '
discusses this matter with tire.it
force. Mr Mead is chief of irn
gatiou investigations in the I into'
States department of ngrtculturt
and has made a study of irrigattut
questions for vears. He sa a
"The entice of the problem to t
met at the ouUet w the control nnd 1 s
tribtttloit of the water supply, hik.
not only the enduring proaperm but
the very existence of the homes t n. att .'
will be conditioned upon the abiUU t
tte the rivers of the region for irrigation
The diverse interests of individuals nnd
communities, aud even of different states
will nil depend ou streams flowing from
a common source. To reclaim all tht
land possible will involve the spreading
of water over a surface a large as New
Bugland with New York added Stand
lug now nt the beginning of things aud
looking down the 19ta of the future, u
can see in the course of these rivers the
dim outlines of a mighty civilization,
blessed with peace and crowned with
remarkable degree of prosperity, in ensr
wise laws aud just policies shall prevail
lit the years of the immediate future
while institutious,ar: forming. Hut if it
Continued on page 5.)
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