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TUP. 1KNI M'l.t.KTIN', IIRXI), WKDNUSHAV, OCTOttKIt Uil, tlU'J.
ORDINANCE READ FOR
-Mrs. King mul Miss Mlttyo Vitnde
jvcrt nml Miss Hlchiirdsou cnmu to
.llcnd Sunday evening, Mrs. Kltig re
turning to her homu In Portland null
'.Miss Vandovort en route to Sherman,
l Texas, where she will ifyeuil tHo win-
longing to lila cousin, Huttluhnw, tm eat to loonl agriculturists wore dls-
Holder of Saloon Licence Onlei-od
Sliow Cmum Why Llcciwe
Should Not He Itcvokcd One
lNillcfmaii" Dispensed "With.
During the last week tho City
Council has had three mectlugs.
chiefly devoted to matters connect
cd with the sewer system construc
An ordinance granting to the Uend
Water, Lightfe Power Co. a fran
chise for electric wires through the
Lytic acre tracts was read for tho
Councilman Allen of tho police
committee recommended that for tho
present tho services of Night Police
man 11 row n be dispensed with, as the
town was quiet and the finances of
tho city In a rather 'Tocky" condi
tion. The recommendation was
adopted by unanimous vote. Then
Allen urged that Urown be allowed
full salary while In Prlnevllle where
he was -called as witness In his ca
paclty as police officer.
NKW HTOUK llllt JfOUT HOCK.
Port ltock, In Lake county, wilt In
n short time have it now store, estab
lished by two llcnd men. J. I). llon
eyman, who was connected with tho
llcnd Mercantile Co., tho first storo
here, and until recently was with 8.
C. Caldwell, will, together with (leo.
Mlehnelson. open tho business. They
mnde n trip to Lake county recently
and looked over tho situation, taking
over tho business conducted by liny
Nash. They wjll put up a now build
ing, as Mr Nash will use his for u
meat market. Mr. Mlchaelson came
to Uend tho past summer, after prov
ing up ou n homestead In l.ako county.
shipped there. Tho name of tho
cousin nml of tho hurso thief being
tho saute, tho Montirm olTlclnls wore
notified to nrrvRt tho mnu, and ho
proved to bo tho ono wanted. Tho
sheriff of llnrnoy county has gone
to bring him to Hums to bo tried,
HOMESTEADER ARE BUSY
Fifth Well llelng Stink In Kniitlicnst
Country .t Imperial.
It. ". Miller of Hampton Valley,
who was In town with his sou Mon
day, reports further progress In the
well digging activities of tho llhmp
ton country. The fifth well Is now
being sunk at Imporlul towiutto by
thu townslto company. A pump Iiiih
cussed nml much vulnalilu luformn
V. I,. Powers, superintendent of
tho, agricultural demonstration farms
In Croon county, delivered tho chief
talk, telling In dutall of the work Of
thu farms and their results mid giv
ing ninny suggestions regarding the
best methods of bundling loonl prob
lem. J. 10. Huwhlll ii I no spoke, chief
ly concerning tho co-oporntlvo dem
onstration work and Its value In tho
purmnnout upbuilding of the country.
FIND FREAK IN RIVER
Peculiar Sub Inure Hlncotcrett
Men HiilMIng Ham.
Another freak has been added to
lieen Installed at Hampton postotllco '' H fr which Cenrtnl Oro-
and Is In operation, and 40 feut t)f ""
water Is In tho new Titus well, Just
tlon to this effect, seconded by
French, was defeated.
At Monday's meeting a motion was
passed ordering Schmidt & Musgrove.
holders of a saloon license, to show
that they otlll retained their place of
business and had not permanently
moved from town, as reported to the
council. A limit of five day8 was
given for such Information to reach
the council, falling which, the sentl
roent of the council was to cancel the
non-transferable license Issued In
Schmidt & Musgrove's nsine.
FOUR CASUALTIES AT mv
FAIR IN PRiNEVILLE
Man Killed by Aeroplane, Another
Prop Dead ami n Tlttitt Kills Him
self Kuntv Hurt In llacc.
Pour casualties marred the fair at
Prlnevllle last week, three men be
ing dead and an Indian woman seri
On Wednesday afternoon Stownll
Cram, aged 83 years, was struck by
Ihrlstofferson'a aeroplane, dying Fri
P. W. Howard of Prlnevllle. who
was afflicted with heart trouble, fell
Allen's no-iacul Saturday while attending a
speaking at the grandstand.
Half an hour later Elmer Clark,
becoming tired of life, blow out his
brains with a gun, death resulting.
During the races a squaw from tho
Warm Springs reservation was seri
ously hurt. In a pony race, she be
ing strapped on the animal, it fell
and crushed her. At last reports It
wss stated thst she would recover.
Three miles north of the 48 mile-
post on the Hcnd-Hurim mad, In
township 20 south, range 18 east,
sir settlers have secured water. Tho
well Is 18 feet deep and 5 feet
square. It was dug ou the section
lino In the old river bed. Thoso co
operating In tho digging of It are
Messrs. Ollray, Johnton, Cruso,
Ktnlor and the two King brothers,
itoad work Is also being pushed,
a crew working west from tho county
line, with a grader. They arc now
making a fill through the bottom of
tho old river lied, and greatly Im
proving the general condition of the
DciiiotnnMrntlon Farm Superinten
dent I Miter Add row.
With V, A. Forbes presiding, a
farmers' Institute wns held here Sat
urday night, at which topics of Inter-
is becoming famous, it was
discovered by a crew of men build
ing u power dam across Spring river,
What It Is has puxilcd all those
looking at It, As found In tho river
bed It has the appearance of clay.
When burned It the fire It becomes
while and powdered like flour. There
Is vegetable matter In It, and aa soon
as this has been burned out tho re
maining white substance will not
hold heat. A ball of the substance
was baked In the camp Mro and as
soon na the vegetable matter was
continued the peculiar substance left
could be picked up with (he hand
almost right out of the fire, as It
would not retain heat. It Is not be
lieved to bo asbestos, though having
some of tho appearance of asbestos,
A sample of the clay Is on exhibi
tion at (icorge Young's oltlce. Ho
states that the vein struck Is 20 feet
wide, running across the river bed.
How far It extends ha not been determined.
Mr, It. J. Todd, who lins enndiuled ii plMiliiitriiplih' Miiillu
In the Knot for the pant lltlwii )em, Iiiin taken it half Intel'.
et ttllli Mr. t I, riewnnl In the lmlneN foiineily known iih
the HcHiml Hluillo, Mr. Todd will ilototn hl entire limn In
the studio portraiture, mid Mm. Todd will nsM In fumy
pooliix and drapery work, t
Mr. Hew u id will glte rprvlnl iilleiilloii In outdoor Hump
mill general coiiiiuereliil work.
In fiitnie the lmiliie will bo iiiiiilucteininiter (lie imiun
of the laiTIi HTl'HIO.
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II. J, 'IODD.
I OFFER FOR
Located 13 miles cast ot Uend
on the Central Oregon Canal,
Fenced and 115 acres cleared.
A 1 1 irrigable. Small house.
Price $4,000 cash. This land is
located in Sections U and 4. T.
18 S II. 14 E. Go look at it.
If you want it address Lock Uox
741, Columbus, Ohio.
A FLY REPELLER.
Tho Kansas experiment station has
tested nud rvcomtuetids the following
... Men Who Took Animals From Itol-
PAltTV AT 8PIUNCJ IllVKK. .. , . ..
yat Country Itun Down.
Mrs. J. F. King and a party com-
.i o ti... vntvA n.i r.ntH- Tno horse thieves who stolo sev
poscd of Misses Mlttjo and Grace ml annnU MonKlng to c. j, 8Uuf.
Vandevert and Nona Richardson were fer and Horaec urooving, 0f Rolyat
last week guests at the cruising early In tho summer, have been run
camp In charge of J. T, King located down. One of them, George Lorby.
st Spring IUver. A new tent and was convicted this week In the Hnr
stove were turned over to the guests ''ev ?llnt court cording to reports
j ,v i. ii . .-. .i.ii-i., fi received by Deputy Sheriff Fox. The
to use and the ladles were delightful- othen utnhlw hy narae ha,- lftn
ly entertained in various ways. The caught In Montana,
yarty returned to the-' Vandevert Huttlnhaw was traced by meang of
ranch Thursday evening, and msnyia trunk he had here. Heeently a let
were the praises of their gallant rtcr was received from a Montana
hosts and their accomplished cook, j banker asking that a trunk hero be-
HORSE THEIVES GMIBDT.
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a season and has fed as hlgti as too.
000 bushels of corn In a single feeding
season. The unusually high prices of
preparation for use as a spray for Brni nmi i..r r-tslllns- for the nast
dairy cows to rensl flies: Dtssolve ono ' two ytan ntt rcstKinslble for these si
and a half pounds of rosin In a solu- j t)ll ownrr lllorlntr that they will
tlon of hot water In which two cakes j,,, j,u fr(s1 Mi(l cn.i.ifmbly.
ox inunury soap nave been uissoiveo. '
Remove from Ore. add one-half pint
each of kerosene and tlsh oil. then stir
well and add enough water to make
three gallons. The spray may lo ap
plied with any band outfit that will
do satisfactory work, but there nre
spray outfits that nrs especially de
signed for the work. The soap and
oils are especially offensive to the file,
and the rosin serves to fix and bold
New Club Will Make Its llebut Nrt
The Teachers Choral Club will
make Us Ikiw to llcnd people next
Tuesday evening when tho members
sing at tho Star Theatre, taking part
; In a special program that Is being ar
ranged. A percentage 01 too ro-
Prlnevllle and made n big hit. I
Thu tiwnltiK's program will also In.
rludq a song by Miss lllack and n tiu-l
lln solo by MIm Wrst.
NtyritK von puiiwcatio.v.
Department of the Interior, I' ft
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
October nth, 1913.
Notice Is hereby given that AH-erL
llarrymsn. of Hand, Oregon, who. n
reuruary oiu, ivuw, maue nuiueiii
entry No. OSUfJ, for NVi NKU, H-i
tlon 7, Township 17 South, lUnge 12
Hast, Wlllamstte Meridian, has fllri;
notice of Intention to make final
three year proof, to establish claim to
the land above descrllted, before lit
C. Kills, I. K. Commissioner, at InJ
olHee, at llend, Oregon, on the r.l,
PINK, CKOOK COL'XTV, OllK.
THE VALUAOLE SILO.
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U x:.V::i. "T..,, ;":;. "rZ""l ell will go to Father Luke Bheo- day ot December. 1113.
I .. '. V ' L. ' ...i i.i; 1 ban of tho Catholic church, who lost Claimant names as wltnestes
'",;;. ,A.'n " ii.' 3, ti- ' his Iniok, and other thlmrs In tho John F. Young. Hsrl II. Ilmist .
i? .f. 1". ..,''fl,B-C !". "! I Miiscr Hall lire., , Ovngo llM of lload. Orogon. s ,
. . .L . . . V . "'""""' rie CU, comixiod ii f young tlwirgn W. Homer f Ubllsw. iv
. " m..lu! "'"'." ." . . i . . ! women teachers of tho llmd sehool. gn. C. W. MOOHI
III. Ill III llll III IUI llllll-lll.ll.. .11' lt-,-.
and markets as hlg.li as n.000 steers In
The club Is composed
omen teachers of tho I1
litt week thoy ssng at the fair at 13-17
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Operates the Largest and Best Equipped Saw Mill and has
The Largest Stock of Lumber
in Central Oregon. We can manufacture what you want,,
when you want, it, and at the prices you want,.
Special Bill Stuff furnished at short notice. Your inquiries
are invited, and will receive prompt, attention.
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