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t VOTI3 TAKEIS
,, Artlnn N Tnkrn I'cillnuluu .MrcUuit
In Itoittl on .Fuljr U.I -Clmilnr Haya
s OotiiMiiy (m l)UninltitK II An
uria o Injury of Witter Uer.
I'ollowlllK tlin UMtctlliK of (ho lllillil.
tra of tin) 0. 0. I. U'titnr Uiwra
Assoalntlnn In Howl July StAtli I tin
illrrclnra of Die naseolntlnfi unit with
tlmlr (mtinswl lit Itmlmmiit to emislilar
l i form of netlon to lm Ink on nxnltikt
i tin company.
To olilnln tlio opinion of tho wntor
uwh-k on tlio hiilijwt iIih directors
i hnvti Kent o mch win h olroiilur with
lHtnrhftlilo allp on which nn oxprixi
nIoii of opinion I imki'd, At thy n
UHtHit of tho directors IIih notlco Is
t prlnunl linruwlth ('oplna hnvo lim'ti
toft with Ihp following:: J. A. Kaalua,
I Ilend; II. A. Kendall, Itmlmtind; (lt?o.
In Huckmiiti, Powell lliitti, nml II. N,
. Klllott, Terrntioune. All watur user
lira urjtml to altn tho circular, which
U as follow:
Nollrn to Wntrr Parr.
Itmlmonil, Ori., Auk. 1. 1911.
' It hna hcn hroiiRht to tho nttun
thin of tho Hoard or Director of tho
, Central OrRon Irrigation Co. Wntor
Psora' Association that tho Cnntr.il
Oregon Irrigation Co. In dlMlnatliiK
tho notn of th company, to tho lr
repnrnhlo Injury of every wntor user,
in tho inntlnr of eolleclliiK main!-
I V nanrn fue yonr after )onr nml fnll.
inx io oiponu sum monoy no collected
m tho malntonanrn of tho system, nml
la c4iIim5iik purctiaso iimnoy nolo
for I nn (I from settler and falling to
. npply nnlil funds In milnrKliiK said
rtim so am to ho siiltlelenl to lr-1
rlRnto aold lands so Hint ihimo caul
ltiMiiot hnvo Iwen matin to thai
lmr to tnko loxnl action iKlut Oti
i xm puny to protect tho tatortMta of
' tlm settlor In Hume rapoctMi oltlmri
Iy securing a rwcolvor to prolwt aald i
funds or n an)lHtln of lltt cow
imny contract, no that tho Keillor)
inny control tho system until such ,
' tlaie na tho system onit ho turned t
nafiulna which will coinpUilo tho aya
' llofuro taklna: lUtlnlte hIoim tho
Uiaril of dtroctitra iliMtro an oiprv
lon from ovory wnlor natr n to hl
Mttlttiilo iiihiii auoh nctlHIi.
IMoBMt alien otio or tho other of tho
IhIow atntoHioiilM nml return IM.MKD
' ITK1.V to Karl Honton. Ilwlinoml.
Toftr ofT horo
I am In Tnvor or tho Itoanl tnklnic
mich nrtlon, lnal or olhorwlao. an
vlll hao for IU oi'Joct tho protoctlon
I linro hiiltt vtry brick lioiue In llcml ercclcl by
WOltK TIIH I1KHT.
I'lticiiH tiii: ixnvi-MT.
HATIHFAUTION AIWt)l,UTIlV OUAHANTIIKl).
SAND FOR. SALE
The Imt obtainable at tho lotvcat price In lnrue or
I hnvo the etrliitlrn privilege for aand In all C. O.
I, Company dltcliea.
ihe Sitmiari Oil &r Motor &rs
of tho rlKhtM or tho Hottlorn iiIoiik
I nm not In favor of tho nhovo no
tion. MIkii hern.
THE WEATHEflJOR JULY
Homo llluli TcmpoiiitiiK'Hi Hcionlcil
Slnny. t'loir Dmjk Xoiio Clouily
July not n now record for loinpnr
nturo Imth for thla your mid na cdiii
purnd with tho hhiiio mouth Inat yonr.
Twlco, on tho 2nd mid on tho 18th,
tho inoroury wont up to 08. doRrcot,
mid on novornl othor duloa It wn
ovnr 00, uecordliiK to tho thormom
otor nt tho locnl wonlhor Million. Tho
lowoat tompornturo rocordod wua .11
doKroca on tho nlaht or tho 21at. Tho
moan iiiiulmuiii for tho month wua
87.1 doKrooa, tho inonn minimum
4l.ll doKrooo nml the iiiomi 06.0.
Itnln full on II vo iltiya, tho total
pinouiit IioIiik .33 Inclii'H n h coiii'
pnrud with rift Itichoa for July. 1013.
Tho Krontoftt uinount of piuolpltntlon
In nny It hotira wna ,211 Inchoa on tho
nlKht of tho 12lh. Thoro woro no
cloudy dnya durliiK tho month nml
only Ave (hut woro partly , tho ro
mainliiK 2fl IioIiik rlonr.
The ilnlly tompornturi'a and char
acter of tho dny woro na followa:
Max. Mln, Chnr. or day
1 01 43 Clonr.
2 08 41 1'nrtly Cloudy.
3 02 K2 1'nrtly Clomlv.
4 7HV4 SI Partly Cloudy.
B 87 43 Clcnr.
0 8f. 43 Clonr,
7 82 40 I'nrtly Cloudy.
8 88 .48 . I'nrtly Cloudy.
0 90 GO Clonr.
10 92 47 Clonr.
II 00 48 Clear.
12 XT. 49 Clonr.
13 77 49 Clear.
14 83 41 Clonr.
It 8S 44 Clear.
10 ST. 30 Clear.
17 93 44 Clear.
18 98 47 Clorr.
19 9R r.2 Clonr.
20 07 2 Clonr.
S1.....7B 31 Clear
22 88 3S Clear
23 87 38 Clear
24 90 41 Clour.
2 8(1 41 Clear.
20 87 41 Clonr.
27 83 48 Clonr.
28 01 40 Clear.
29 02 42 Clorr.
10 04 40 CloRr.
31 9t 40 Clear.
W. M. Ilalfaoro. Doxtor. Mo..
lioiiKht Koloy Klilnoy l'MU for Mrn.
llHlfaero, who wna down nn her liaok
with kldnoya mi aoro ho had to help
her tHiiVM. lie aaya. "8ho would crv
with twin acrowt hor kldnoya. tut af
ter oho look tho aemnd IhiIHo or I'ol
v Kidney l'llln. alio wna aa well mil
atroiiK Ha over." i'ltltoraon DniR
KK1NH I'Olt N.M.i:.
"For Iteut," "For Snlo," "ItiMium
to l't' "lloiiftckrepliiR ltoom," "o
Adiiiltliince," "No Hmoklnit." ftr.,
etc., rinriiiiln jirlniril In lit hip typo
on licmy lirUtol IminmI, l,t cent', oorh.
lew In nuiwitllle. Iliillclln Onico. 12tf
Iluy lloud Iluttor.
AND COST SAME
AT LEAST IN MANY IN
STANCES Keillor Young in l)ocliutr Valley
Trlliuno Take t'p tho Argument
HiiKKcMcri Ity the Crook County
Journal DlvUlon Iloilruble.
Carrying out the Idea or tho Crook
County Journal Hint county division
la n cjuoRtlon or convenience nud cont
the DoiohutoM Volley Trihuno In Ita
Intent laanu nruoa that In ninny Irr-
atnncea ooiivenlonco nml oont tiro tho
Biime thliiK. Tho nrtlolo la na fol
"Tho Crook County Journal looka
tlio multer of county dlvlalon auunru
ly In tho fnce, nml tirKoa upon the
votnra to ronalder tho matter from .t
IokIoiiI liunltioaa atnndpolnt. It anya
Hint I ho qucatlon renolvca Itnolf Into
two elementa that of convenience
mid of coat. Tho qucatlon or con
vcnlonco li conceded, ao that In the
eatlmutlon or that paper tho question
centora nhout coat.
Conceding; Hint tho creatine of now
countlca would bo moro convenlont.
nnd centerltiK the dlacuaalon about
tho cost rather almpllfles tho mntter,
na tho cont to n Inrxo extent la Intl.
mnlely conncctod with the qucatlon
of convenience. For Inatnnco It baa
been auKKeatcd many tlmca that tho
county bo divided Into three road dl
trlcta, each district to bo administer
ed by a mnn nppolntcd for thnt pur
poie. It hao been rather tho unani
mous Idea thnt thla would ho a Rood
thlnr. WhyT Hlmply becauae It would
bo so much morn convenient, nnd be
cause It hna been realized beyond nny
question or doubt that tho present
county la ao InrRo thnt tho countv
court enn not' possibly properly ad
minister tho road nfTnlrs. Thnt con
venience In naturally connected with
tho question or cont. and very Inti
mately connected. Ilecnuso tho vary
eonvonlenco Immediately ntiRReata tho
saving or money. In fact, tho eon
vonlenco InrKoly reaolvea itself Into
n question of cost. It wna nuKRctod
that a mnn bo placed over one-third
of the county to look nfter tho ronds.
UKCAI'SK ho would be Intimately In
touch with the road attuntlon. thoro
fore anvltiK of county funds; that ho
would not hnvo to trrvel auch groat
illslnnces, therefore saving of' funds:
thnt ho could superintend construc
tion Wetter, therefore raving etc.. le.
Ko tho question of convenience runs
Into one of cost.
"Tho question or distance to the
county seat In n question or conven
ience nnd It la also a question, or cost
tho one goea with the other. The
establishing or new county senta will
shorten tho distance to tho cout
house for the majority of tho cltlxona
of tho present county. Thousands of
dollars will bo saved by tlio Individ
uals, nnd tho personal oxpenso nhoulJ
bo considered an well no tho direct
taxes. The groat oxpenso or mileage
In all county affaira will bog rently
reduced ft might seem niton tint
thought thnt each now county would
hnvo Ita proportionate share or tho
old mllengo account, but further fig
uring vl aliow thnt It will ho roduc
cd to n marked extent.
"It hna been repeatedly shown that
tho county wca administered so mo
half doxen yearn ago for less money
than any of the proposed new coun
ties would yield In taxes at the pres
ent rate. Hut tho big saving In cost
would bo because or tho harmony or
tho now counties. Not that the now
counties would ho paradises with
no'cr n strife, but nnyono who hna
studied conditions In this country for
-- - -------
A TorplJ Llrer Is a flno field
(or tho Malarial dorm and It
thrives wonderfully. Tlio cer
tain ruault In such casts Is a,
spell ot Chills.
Xa 1'owcrfnt Chill Tenia anal
11 nuta tho liver In healthy.
vigorous condition and euros
tho chills by tlcitroylnff tho
aiseasa germs which mien ma
oystcm. lirriuno l n nna nnw
Ticrlodla moUlclno. moro orfeo-
llve than tho syrupy mixtures I
inai Biciton tho stomacn; do
causa It not only kills tho ills
eaio germs, but acta effectively
in tlio liver, aiomacu ana uow-
ols, thus putting the system In
condition to successfully resist
tho usual third or seventh day
return of the chill. Herblne Is
a cleansing and Invigorating
Medicine for the whole cody.
lrlo OOo per Dottle.
'JamP,Dallard,Prop. 8tt.ouli.Mo. I
Stephens Bye 8alva Is a hetllnrj
ointment for ooro Eyes.
tho pnst several yenrri cannot fall to
realize thnt thoro linn boon continual
dissatisfaction liecauso or Improve
ments hi other portions, onch district
Imagining Unit It hasn't received Ita
share of Improvement. Thla condition
shown conclusively thnt thoro In no
Intoroat In common, elite the Improve
ment in one portion would be consid
ered to bo or benefit to tho other.
Tho county la too large to hnvo tills
community Interest In nil public Im
provement, tho uissntisractlon nnd
strife resulting from thin condition is
nlwayH expensive, nnd reduces tho ef
ficiency of government. It In costly,
mid a reduction of that sort or strlfo
mentis n saving In cost. It In con
venient to hnvo harmony nnd It la al
so anves expense. We might go
down tho line or conveniences, nnd
we would find thorn to bo convenient
because of saving of cost, or nt loast
cost Intimately connected with tho
question of eonvonlenco."
Sew Mfo In Moiemctit.
According to tho .Madras I'loneor,
the movement for tho creation or
Deschutes county linn given new en
thuslnam to tho Jefferson county
workers. In Ita Issue of July 30,
"With tho announcement thnt the
people of tho southfeHtern part or
Crook county are Intending to go out
nfter a new county for their section
on linen thnt meets those or tho pro
posed Jefferson county aqunroly,
much new enthusiasm la being fait
nil over thla section and tho work la
being prosecuted with renewed oner
"It was thought when tho move
ment was started that nil petitions
would have to bo filed with tho coun
ty clork by tho first of August, but
on recent examination or the Inw It
seems thnt they do not hnvo to bo
filed only a reasonnbla time beforo
tho meeting of tho County Court In
"This w( enable both the propoi
cd Jefferson and Deschutes countlca
ample time to secure their full
amount nnd more or signatures re
quired to plnce tho measure on tho
ballot for tho fall election."
Ilend Iluttcr Is Ucst on Dread.
One cent n word Is all a little want
Ad will cost you.
NOTICK TO CltKDITOItS TO PUK
In tho County Court or tho Stato of
Oregon for Crook County.
In tho mntter of tho Estate ot Jesse
It. i'oush, deceased.
Tho undorslgned having been ap
pointed administrator or tho above
nnmed estate, notlco Is hereby glvci
to tho oredltora or said Kstato and to
all pontons having claims against said
dcoonsod, to proacnt thorn duly veri
fied ns required by law, within sit
months from tho date of thla Nolle,
to tho undersigned at tho ofTIca of C.
8. Denson, lawyer, llend. Oregon.
S. C. CALDWKM.
Dated this 22d dny or July, 1914.
xotici: FOR rniMCATiox.
Department or tho Interior. V. S.
Ijind Odlco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
July 16. 1914.
Notlco la hereby given that Irving
II. Itogera, or Hend. Oregon, who, on
May 0, 1013, made Desert Land tn-
try, No. 0C731, ror BNWU and
MILK and CREAM
PHOXK VOUR ORDERS
O. C. CARDVVELL
Farmer Phono No. l.
Steam Heat, Rot anil Cold
Water With Rath Privilege
Homo Cooked Meala
Miss A. I). Spalding, Proprietor
Is It Done Right?
If tt ts, let wall enough alone nut u,n
less It Is up to the mark Ut every deliu
come and se us.
tOV PRICES, BETTER SERVICE
Band Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLEANING
W4NB4. Section 4, Township 17
Kouth, lentigo 12 Knst, Willamette
Meridian, hna (lied notlco of Intention
to ninko Klnnl Desert Land Proof, to
oxtntillsh claim to the land nbovo do-
aorlbod, before II. C. Bllla, U. 8.
Commissioner, at Ilend, Oregon, on
tho 20th dny of Atigunt, 1914.
Claimant nmnoM na wltneMo: Wil
liam J, Alt, ChnrlM 11. Hwnlley, Fred
N. Vnn Mntre, Wllbor X. Hunnell, all
ot Dend, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
NOTICK VOll I'UIJLICATIOX.
Department of tho Interior U. H.
Land OrriGo nt The Dalles, Oregon,
July 13, 1014.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt Nicho
las P. Wcldor, or Ilend, Oregon, who,
on August 27, 1907, made Desert
Land Kntry No. 70S, Serial No.
02434, for SWVi Section 16, Town
ship 18 South, Range 12 Boat, Wil
lamette Meridian, hna filed notice of
Intention to make Final Desert Land
proof, to establish claim to the land
nbovo described, bo fore II, C. Kills,
U. B. Commissioner, nt Hend, Ore
gon, on tho 28th day or August, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles Blpchen. Hrnest Oarratt,
Glenn If. Slack, George 8. Young, nil
ot Uend, Orogon.
IL FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICK FOR Pl'UMCATIO.V.
Department of tho Interior, U. B.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
Mny 21, 1914.
Notlco Is hereby given that James
K. P. Williamson, of Laldlaw, Ore
gon, who, on March 31, 1913, made
Homestead entry. No. 011499, for
NWHNWU Section 28. the E
SWtt and 8WKSWU Section 21,
Township 16 Bouth, Range 11 Bast,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to make final thrco year
proof, to establish claim to the land
nbovo described, before H. C. Bills,
U. 8. Commissioner, at Dcnd, Oregon,
on the 21st day ot August, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George W. Couch, William D. Clark,
Christ Pederson. George M. Couch,
all of Laldlaw, Oregon.
If. FRANK WOODCOCK,
19-23 p. Register.
NOTICE OF PUIILICATIO.V.
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office, at The Dalles, Oregon,
July C, 1914.
Notice Is hereby given that John
I). Dell, of Laldlaw, Oregon, who, ou
November 2, 1908, made Homestead
Entry. No. 0163C, forSNWU and
NHSWVl. Seetloa 12, Township 16
South. Range 11 Kant. Willamette
Meridian, haa filed notleo of Intention
to mako final Ave year proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before If. C. hills. I. S. Com
missioner, at Uend. Orogon, on the
22ml (lav or Aueust. 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: '
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II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
19-23 c. Register,
NOTICK FOR PUIILICATIO.V.
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land oflloe, nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
July 0th, 1011.
Notlno In hereby given that Lnlla
R. Cnnnell, ono or tho holrn nnd ror
tho heirs, of George W, Knnpp, de
ceased, of Los Angelon, California,
who, on September 19, 1910, made
Homestead Entry, No. 07421, for W
A, Bcotlon 28, Township 20 Bouth,
Range 17 Bast. Wlllanintto Meridian,
has filed notlco of Intention to make
final thrco year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
foro II. C. Bills, U. S. Commissioner
at Rend, Oregon, on the 20th day ot
Claimant names an witnesses: Oils
C. Ilenkle, Thomas Gray, Jay Ryan,
Henry II. Ford, all of Dend. Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
NOTICK TO CRKIHTORH.
Notlco Is hereby given by the un
dersigned the duly appointed admin
istratrix of the eatato of Georgo H.
Rrosterhous, deceased, to all credi
tors or other persons having claim
ngalnst said estate to present thc
wltli tho proper vouchers, to t.
said administratrix, nt Rend,, Crook
County. Oregon, within six month
from the first publication of thla no
tlce. Dated and published first time July
Administratrix of the Estate of
George U. Rrosterhous, deceased.
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