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HAS PROVED ITS VALUE
1'iof. Tims. Hluiw HajH Farmers
Should Gho 1 1 cod to Cliiiiius .Mmlo
For It Five Points nro Listed
Jn Which It Kxcclls Others.
11V I'KOI TIIOS. SHAW.
This wheat has tlono bo vory wall
,n the American Northwest alnco Us
introduction that tho farmers In
thobo ureas should give much heed to
tho claims niauo lor it. it Hrst camo
prominently Into public notlco at the
Dry Farming Congress hold at Leth-
brldge, Altn., Canada, In 1912. It
excelled nil othor varieties shown,
both in ylold and quality, and was
awarded highest honors at tho exhibit
held In connection with tho Congress.
lnrp that tlmo It has been crown in
various areas In tho Northwestern
unites, and tho results obtained have
, generally boon of a gratifying char
acter Marquis Wheat Lends.
It has boon grown under tho direc
tion of tho wrltor in various plnces
since that tlmo, and somo of tho ro
r.ults obtnlnod should provo Interest
ing, Tho work was conducted moro
cspcclnlly under tho direct supervis
ion of my nsalstnnt, Mr. K. A. Wilson.
It was grown nt Klein, N. D., In 1913,
jjii nnu nun, nnu also somo othor
plnces. In 191 a tho ylold on tho Kl
ein Demonstration Farm was 19
Imshols whllo tho avorago from othor
iwhcnt in tho vicinity was 9 bushels.
In 1911 tho ylold at Klgln wns 33
bushola against 17 Jof llluo Stem
grown under slmllnr conditions. All
tlio Marquis grown on tho experiment
farm nt Klgln In 1914 wns sown on
other station farms in 191G or sold
for seed to farmers In thnt part of
Pakotn. In 1915 nt Klgln tho ylold
wns 3C bushols against 23 of llluo
Stem. At Halllday nnd Ooldou Vnll
ley tho ylolds woro 44 and 38 bushols
respectively, from tho Mnrquls. Tho
nineteen farmora nonr Klgln obtain
ed nn nvorago of 19 IiubIioIb In 19 1C
against nn nvorago of 13 nnd 10 of
Mluo Btom nnd Red Flfo. respective
ly Tho gront valuo of this wheat
viewed from tho standpoint of ylold
la not to bo questioned.
flood ropnrts aro also received re
garding Its behavior In Montnnn and
places fnrthor west, but those areas
nro not so distinctively In tho spring
wheat bolt, henco tho growth of Mar
quis is not so Important rolntlvoly
as In Westorn Dakota. Whoro wo
tried It In Central Oregon, tho rosults
Cood Point Named.
This wheat Is characterized by sev
eral oxcollont proportlcs among
which nro tho following: (1) It ma
tures from G to 10 days onrl or than
otnor whont. This tonds to protect
It from tho ndvorso Influences of In
Jury from hot winds and drought.
(2) It does not shatter nearly so.
readily ns llluo Stom or Hod Flfo
during tho harvesting process. This
is truo of It oven whon ovor-rlno,
(3) Tho straw Is shorter and stlffor
than that of llluo atom, henco In n
dry yonr It suffors lesa from drought
nnd In n wot yenr it suffors lets from
lodging. In ono of our oxnorlmcnts
near Prlnovlllo In Centrnl Oregon In
1913, tho yield wns 10 bushols por
ncro against I bushols of tho vnrloty
usually grown thomo, though pro
duced undor tho sanno conditions.
'I ho Fummor thnt yoar wns abnormal
ly dry nt I'rinovlllo. (4) It does not
rust nearly so readily as llluo Stom.
Tills was r,hown vory cloarly In soutli
westorn Dakota, in crops grown un
der similar conditions. (5) It is fill
ip cqunl to If not superior to th-i
Dluo Stom and lied Flfo In Its mill
I'i dry nrens tho into of seeding
should bo about four pecks por aero
1'iid It Is vory Important thnt tho sood
Hhould bo sown early nnd prelorably
on corn land. If sown on stubblo
tho best results will usually bo ob
tained from fnll plowed land. If
'spring plowod, tho work should bo
dono qulto early and tho land should
then be packed as soon as plowed.
On looso soils tho aim should bo to
r .v tho seed with a press drll, bury
ing It to tho dopth of 2 to 3 Inches.
Those who Intend to bow this variety
of wheat should sccuro tho seod In
In order to nld tho fnrmor tho
Uend Flour Mill Go. hns this yoar ob
talned Apex .Lend Plnotor, a scien
tific fertilizer. Adv.
Wl PRINCEJLRERT WINS:
Patented Process Im HesiMinslblo for
IIh Interiintloiuil Popularity.
Smokers so much npproclato tho
uavor and coolness and aroma of
Prlnco Albert plpo nnd clgarotto to
lmcco that they often marvel that this
ono brand could bo so different from
Tho nnswer to this question Is to
Ijo found on tho reverse sido of every
Prlnco Albort packago, whero you
"will read "Process Patented July
30th, 1907." That tells tho whole
etory. Prlnco Albort Is made by a
patented process that cuts out tho
llto and pnrch, which makes tho to
liacco so mighty agreeablo and sat
isfying to men of overy taste of every
civilized nation on the globe.
Smokers should realize thnt this
patented process cost three years'
c ntlnuous work and study and a
lortuno in money to perfect. Put
the result has proven to be worth all
that was exnended unon It. because
It has set frco men who believed thsyj
clgVa0rrottoUl(1 0"JOy a Plp r n mnltln'a
1'rlnco Albort mnkos It possible
for ovory man to smoko a pipe or to
roll his own cigarettes. And, no mat
ter how tondor tho tonguo, Prince
Albort cannot bite or tmreh. Timt to
cud out by tho patented process,
loaylng for tho smoker only tho joys
of tho fragrant tobacco.
U.'8 1 .fac.t thnt 81C0 Prlnco Albort
arrived, Just about six years ago,
it has mado three men amqJco pipes
whero ono smoked a plpo boforot ndv.
STRAHORN SURVEYORS PASS
PfllBLEV, NOWATSUMMEn LAKE
Three- Lines Pun by the Town In Kn.
(Icavor to llrlng Road Closer In
lloguo Supervises Worlc.
Tho Strahorn survoylng party mov
ed to tho north ond of Suimnor lnko
last Saturday morning and will mako
their noxt camp nt tho Carlln ranch
nnout rour tulles onst of Anna river.
Tho survoy nt prcsont has been
complotcd Jto tho Mlddlowny Iluttes
which It crosses about whoro tho
wagon road now goes. From there
tho survoy will follow tho rim nround
tho oast nnd north sides of tho lako
mnklng a gradual climb to tho sum
mit betwoon Summor Lnko and Sti
Throo survoya woro mado past
Pclaloy boforo tho crow doparted. Tho
first ono passes about ono nnd ono
fourth miles oast of town nnd follows
n Btrnlght lino from tho Narrows to
wards Flvo Mllo Ilutto. Tho second
ono leaves tho first a fow miles north
of tho Nnrrows and from thoro comes
In a straight lino towards town nnd
crosses through tho onstorn portion
of town. Tho Inst survoy mado was
run undor tho direct supervision of
Chlof Iloguo who wns horo at tho
tlmo. This runs between tho othor
Fjnopul of lir Annual Stirtrmrnt of
(ha Mercantile Insurance Company of America
of New York, In tho stnto of Now
lork, on tho 31st tiny bf December,
1015, mado to the Innuranco coinmla
doner of tho stnto of Oregon, pur
Amount of capital pulil up. 51, 000, 000. 00
Net promlui... rncolved
. clurlmr lliu yonr. I 777,380.01
IntarpHt, dl vlilondii and
rent roct"ctl Muring
tho your 91,129.06
Incomo from other RourcoH
iccclvod durliiK year.... 41.23
Total Incomo S 8C8.JC3.30
Not louse paid Uurlnir tlio
Dividend paid on cnpltal
stock during yonr
ConimlHHloiiH nnd imlarloH
pnld during yoar
Taxe. llcenHCB nnd fcit
iiiiKI durlnir your.
Amount of all other ex
penditures . Total oxpondlturoH ..
. .1 55I.GC1U1
Vnluo of ronl entutu owned
Valuo of stocks nnd liondu
owned (mnrket vnluo) .12, GtO.IOO.OO
L.o.inn on muriBOKCB aim
Tasli In tmnks nnd on hand
J'lemUiiiiH In course of
collection written slnco
September 30, 191E
Interest and rents duo and
Total nsnets :2,913,m.8t
Lena speclnl dcpoiilts in
nny Mate, (If any thoro
Total nssettf admitted In
Gross claims for losses
unpaid I 59,918.80
Amount of unearned prc-
inlums on ull outstand-
Int.- risks CC3.7U.S7
Duo for commission and
All othor liabilities 2S.S21.00
Total liabilities, cxclu-
.slvn of capital stock
of 11.000,000 S 7S7.I72.70
Total premiums In force
Docrmher 31, 1U1B 1.2G7.SI0.33
llualnrss III Orrguii fur tlio Yenr.
Total lnsurunce written
during tho year S 57,700.00
Uross premiums received
durlnir tho year 1,351.33
Premiums roiurneu uurinp;
losses paid durlnir yonr.y
Losses Incurred durlnir tho
Total amount of Insur-
anco outstanding In
urctron ucc. 31, lai.i.
lly 11. O. IlICIIAItOH. rrosldcnt.
Rlatufory rrsidont iencfal ncent nnd
''"iinrn.u tnr anrvlro' I
..ttnrnnv for sorvlcot
11. li SMITH, Portland, Orceon.
We believe that there is no Hotel
in the entire United States more
handsomely furnished or that offers
more to the traveller.
RATES 31.50 and up without bath.
$2.00 nnd up with bath.
A. T. LUNDBORG, Manager
tub niixn hullktix, hkxd, our,
two nnd crosses tho Moss ranch nnd
tho western ond of tho Townslto Co ,
marsh eighty, it crosccs tho river
nbovo tho lowor dam, nnd lnsldo of
tno Moss Hold,
It Is porhnpa, tho most ldenl route
coiiBldored from nil points. To those
financing tho road It offors a route
nearly as cheap as tho direct lino
first run whllo it Is not so far from
town ns to bo Inconvenlont. Of
corso It Is ImposBlblo to say which
lino will bo chosen until tho report
Is iniado from tho Portland offlce.
Tho American Unkery announces
that It has begun to mako Ice cream
and from now on will have It for
sale at all times to hotels, restaurants
nnd prlvato families. adv
For sign painting seo Kdwnrds.
(Continued from pngo 2.)
W. M. Pottlgrow, fnthor of Mrs.
Win. Wolls of this vicinity, purchased
tho llodmond Spokesman last week
and expects to enlnrgo tho paper and
mako It a credit to tho town.
Guy SoarB nnd G. C. Truosdnlo
haulod logs to Iledmond ono day last
weok to bo shipped to Portland.
Tho Powoll Ilutto Improvomont
uiuu noiu a meeting at tho Wilson
school houso on Saturday night. Tho
plans of tho hall proaontod to tho
commltteoaworo unanimously nccept
ed nnd it was voted that tho board of
directors tako entlro chnrgo of tho
building and begin work at once.
Z. T. Gideon roturncd to Powoll
Ilutto Inst weok for n short stay, aftor
several month's absence
Tho old dog of Allon Wlllcoxon'a
died Inst weok aftor bolng run over
by a car.
Frod nnd, Dob Montgomery spent
Thursday ond Frldny In Pond.
r W. .McCaffory nnd Dr. Mann
woro dinner guosta at tho Win. Wil
son homo on Friday.
The rurnl mnll rputo has been ex
tended ns far south as tho Ilutto Val
loy school and will begin carrying
mnll March first.
Prof. Larson hold n meeting nt tho
Wilson school on Friday. IIo deliv
ered a splendid tnlk on ngrlculturo
methods which was onjoyod by nil
thoso who attended.
G. F. Havens bought n horso of
Jim Grcon last week.
POWELL UUTTK, Fob. 20. Horn
to Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Davis, of Pull
ivun, Oregon, on Fobrunry 3, a 10
pound boy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Davis for
merly lived hero.
Snlo bills aro out announcing a
public salo at A. D. Morrill's placo
on Thursdny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Morrill
and family expect to lenvo soon for
their now homo nonr Portland.
Mrs. D. A. Pnttorson hns boon on
tho sick list tho past weok.
L. W. Illalr Is homo for n fow days
irom ma wont m liend.
W. A. Fostor hnd thrco Bheop dlo
from getting rnbblt poison.
J. P. Ilowmnn wont to llcnd Inst
Friday to work.
K. F. Archer Is expected homo
soon, nftor mnklng n business trip
to Frcowntor, Washington.
It. K. Davis nnd Roland Ilowmnn
will go to work ropalrlng tho box
lltimo this weok.
Pond parties linvo bought nil of
N. P. Ponchos' hay, paying $10 por
Mrs. A. D. Morrill returned homo
Frldnv aftor spondlng Bovornl days
with Mrs. W. A. Pates of Pond.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Allon Grnnt vlsltod
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Pnltorson on Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Klvort Hooch woro
through horo Sunday, going from
Prlnovlllo to Pond.
When you buy n enck of outside
flour you hinder tho dovolopmont of
Centrnl Orogon'o farm resources.
Mako It n prnctlco to buy tho homo
product. Kvory suck guarnntoed. adv
fRpeclnl to Tho nullotln.)
CLOVKIIDALK, Fob. -21. Llltlo
n" Arnold i ob ucon quito 111 lor
n COlmlo of WOOkB.
Sisters basket ball team was do-
wkdxkbpay, fkiiiiuaiiv 2.1, 1010.
fcatod In Iledmond last Friday night,
whllo tho gamo Saturday night be
tween Pond and Sisters resulted In
tho visiting team's dofont at Slstors.
A gamo Is on for noxt Friday night
to bo followed by nn nil night dance
and supper at Slstors hotel.
Messrs Lovett nnd Wnrd nro book
ed for Plnlnvlow next Wednesday.
Mr. Itlvott drovo to Iledmond on
Wednesday with Mrs. George Itlvott.
Sho goes to Join her husband '.n
Ilutto. Ada Illvett camo out Satur
day to keep houso for her fathor.
Miss Gibson nttendod tho debate
nt Plalnvlow ou Saturday night.
jurs. ueo. uyrus visited at Arnold's
Mr. nnd Mrs. Pugh drovo to Sls
A few neighbors gave Mrs. Kdg
Ington n surprise tho, evening of Feb
Mr. Kelly mado a trip to Iledmond
Mr. Van Mntro ,r.nd two small
children drovo to Pond Sunday to
spond a fow days with Mrs. Van
Mntro who Is still 111 thoro.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Duckott nutoed to
K'tlmond Saturday and report tho
roads as vory unsettled.
Two men from Washington hnvo
boon looking at farms In Clovordalo
tho past weok with a vlow to locating
Mr. Renrd nnd Mrs. Miller drovo
to Pond Friday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnld"on woro dlnnor
guests at Grubos Sundny.
A houso nnd yard full nttendod
tho nil day picnic nnd henrd Miss
Turley and Messrs. Lovott nnd Lar
son Inst Wednesday at tho school
Clovordalo Council mcots next Fri
After Lngrlppe Vlint?
F. G. Prevo, Pcdford, Ind., writes:
"An attack of lagrlppo loft mo with
n sovoro cough. I tried everything.
I got so thin It looked as If I novor
would get well. Finally, two bottles
o: Foloy's Honoy nnd Tnr cured me.
I mn now well nnd bnck to my nor
mal wolghf." A rollablo remedy for
coughs, colds nnd croup. Sold every
A deslrnblo bread knife frco with
ovor,y nnnunl subscription to Tho
NOTICK I'OIt PUIILICATIO.V.
Department of tho Iutorlor, U. S.
Lnnd OIllco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Jnnuary 31, 191C.
NOTICK Is horoby glvon thnt Dan
lol W. Peeler, of Pond, Oregon, who
on August 12th. 1912. mado Homo-
atoad Kntry, No. 010C14, for WV4
Section 31, Township 19 South,
Ilango 1 1 Kast, Wlllamotto Morldlnn,
lino lllod notlco of intention to mako
Flnnl Thrco Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land nbovo dcscrlbod,
beforo II. C. Kills, U. S. Commission
er, nt Pond, Oregon, on tho 9th day
of March, 191 C.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John D. Slovens, of Pond, Oregon;
Ilownrd F. Dyer, John 13. Johnson,
Dnvld C. Rogers, of Mllllcan, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICK IS IIKRKHV OIVKN that
tho undorslgncd petitioners whoso
nnmes aro signed to tho following
nnd nttachod petition nnd who nro
moro than fifty (fiO) of tho holdors of
title to lands Buscoptlblo to irrigation
from a common sourco which llo
within tho proposod Squnw Creok
Irrigiitlon District ns described In
said potltlon hereto attached will bo
presented to tho County Court of
Crook County, Orogon, on tho 2nd
dny of March, 101C, at tho hour of
10 o'clock in tho forenoon nt tho
Countv Court room of tho Bald coun
ty, snld dnto being tho tlmo nnd plnco
llxod by snld court for tho hearing of
said petition, nnd ull porsons nro
hereby notified to bo present nt snld
time nnd plnco to mako objections
thereto, nnd to othorwlso consider
This notlco Is published ouco onch
week for tho porlod of four wcoks,
tho publication for tho first tlmo bo
lng tho 20th day of. January, 1910:
is tiik cor.vrv coi'itr of tiik
COl'XTV OF CROOK, TIIK STATU
In tlio mutter of tho orgiinlntlon of
tho Squnw Creek Irrigation DIs.
To tb.. Honorablo Tho County Court
of Crook County, Orogon.
Wc tho undorslgncd holdors of ti
tle to lands within tho Stnto of Oro
gon nnd within tho Countloa of Crook
and Jefferson respectfully petition
tho Ilnnornblo County Court of Crook
County, Orogon, ns horolnnfter Bet
forth and onch nlgnor theroto for
himself Bays that ho Is tho holder of
title to lands suscoptlblo to Irriga
tion from tho sourcos horolnnfter de
scribed and set out and situated with
in the bnundnrlos of tho proposed
Squaw Creok Irrigation District
liorelnaftor doscrlbod; nnd snld peti
tioners whoso namos aro hereinafter
slgnod and subscribed to this potl
tlon hereby proposo to orgnnizo said
irrigation district, nnd said slgnorH
horoby doolaro that It is tho purpose
of said signers to organize snld Ir
rigation district undor nnd by virtue
of Chapter 7, Title CI, Lord's Orogon
Laws as amended by Chapter 223
Laws of Orexon for 1011 nnd ns
amended y Chapter 197, Laws of
Oregon for 1913, and as nmondod by
Chapter 189, Laws of Orogon for
191S, and othor acts and parts of
acts amendatory thereof and con
fnrmatory with tho provisions of tho
law providing therefor, potltlon said
court for tho purposo horoln prayed
Tho proposed boundaries of said
Irrigation district aro sot forth and
described ns follows:
Peglnntng nt tho northwest cor
ner of Section flvo (5) Township
Fifteen (IB) South, Rnngo Ton (10)
K. W. M., within Crook County. Oro
gon. running east to the Intersection
of Squaw Creek with the township
line on the north bMo of said Town
ship Fifteen (IS) South, Range Ten
(10) Kast, thenco in a northeasterly!
direction down Squaw Creek and fol
lowing tho mcandorlngs of said
stream along tho editor of said
stream to tho boundary lino betweeif
Jefferson nnd Crook counties; thenco
following on down said stream with
in Jefforson county to Its Junction
with tho Deschutes river; thenco In
n southeasterly direction up tho Des
chutes river and following the me
nndorlngs of said river within Jeff
orson County to tho line between
Jefferson nnd Crook Counties; and
thenco following on up said Des
chutes river to tho Intersection of
said stream with tho section lino on
tho south sldo of Section Fourteon
ti4) Township Fourteen (14) South,
Kongo Tweivo tii) linBt W. M. In
Crook County, Oregon; thonco wes
terly to tho southwest corner of snld
Section Fourteen 1141: tbnnco smith.
orly to tho qunrtor corner on tho cast
sitio of Section Twenty-two (2S)
Township Fourteen (II) South,
uango twoivo (12) K. W. M In
Crook County. Orecon. thenco westnr-
ly to tho southeast corner of tho
southeast quarter of tho northeast
quarter (SKtf NEH) of said Sec
tion; thonco southerly to tho south
west corner of tho southeast quarter
or tno Boutncnst qunrtor (SE SK Vi )
of Bald Section Twonty-two (22);
thenco westorly to tho qunrtor cor
ner on tho Bouth sldo .of Section
Twenty-two (22): thonco southerly
to tho southwest comer of tho north
west qunrter of tho northeast quartor
(NW NKVi) of Section Twenty
sovon (27) of anld township nnd
rnngo; thonco westorly to tho south
west corner of tho northeast quartor
of tho northwest nuartor (NKi NW
Vi) of Bald Section: thenco souther
ly to tho Bouthcnst .corner of tho
southeast quarter of tho northwest
quarter (SKVi NWtt) of said Sec
tion Twonty-sovon (27); thenco wes
terly to tho qunrtor cornor on tho
west sldo of said Section Twenty
seven; thenco southerly to tho south
west cornor of tho northwest quarter
of tho southwest qunrtor (NWVJ S
Wtt ) of said Bcctlon; thenco westorly
to tho southwost cornor of tho north
east qunrter of tho southeast qunr
tor (NEVi SKU) of Section Twenty
eight (28) Township Fourteen (14)
South, Rnngo Twoivo (12) K. W. M.;
thenco Bouthorly to tho southwest
corner of tho southeast quarter of
tho southeast quarter of said Section
Twenty-eight (28); thonco westorly
to tho southwest cornor of Section
Twenty-eight (28); thonco southerly
to tho southwost cornor of Section
Four (4) Township Fifteen (15)
South, Rnngo Twoivo (12) Kast W.
M., thenco westorly to tho southwost
corner of Section Thrco (3), Town
ship Flftoon (lli) South, Rnngo
Klovcn (11) Kast; thenco aouthorly
to tho southwest cornor of Section
Thirty-four (31) of snld township
and rango; thonco westerly to tho
northonst cornor of Section Flvo (fi),
Township Sixteen (10) South, Rnngo
Klovcn (11) K. W. M.5 thonco south
orly to tho southeast cornor of Sec
tion Sovontcon said township nnd
rnngo: thonco westorly to tho town
Bhlp lino on tho west sldo of said
township; thonco northorly to tho
southeast corner of Section Twoivo
(12), Township Slxtcon (1G) South,
Rnngo Ton (10) K. W. M.; thonco
westorly to tho southwest cornor of
snld Section Twoivo (12); thenco
northorly to tho township lino on tho
north sldo of Township Sixteen (10)
South, Rnngo Ten (10) K. W. M.;
thonco westorly to tho southwost cor
nor of snld Section Thirty-two (32),
Business is Good,
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WIDK AWAKE IIPSINKSS METHODS. THAT IS WHY
WK ENJOY Ol'lt PROSPERITY. WE ARK GOING
AFTR THE REMAINDER OF THE GARAGE 1IUSI
NSS ALONG THE RIGHT LINES -WE HAVE 11KKN
THROUGH TIIK .MILL AND KNOW WHAT WE ARE
AOKNTS I1UIC1C VALVK IN TIIK HEAD. GOODYKAR
TIRHS. WK HAVB A Nl'MllKR OF GOOD USED CARS
FOR SALE. 8KE US AND SAVE MONKV.
If you want Genuine Prices on Genuine
Stoves, Rugs, Carpels, Reds,
Springs, Matresscs, you can
obtain them from us.
From our carefully selected
assortment you can furnish
your home to suit your taste
and do it economically
E. F. Logan Furniture Company
Wall .Street Near Ohio Sticet.
Township Flfteon (lfi) South, Rnngo
Ten (10) Kast; thonco northerly 'o
tho point of beginning; excepting
howovor, from sold district nil and
nny land embraced within tho boun
dary and limits of tho town of SIstorB
In Crook County, Oregon, nnd lying
within tho proposod Squnw Crook
Irrigation District, tho lnnd embrac
ed within tho said Irrigation district
lying within both Crook nnd Jefferson
counties, tho mnjor portion thereof
lying within Crook County, Oregon.
Tho designation of said proposed
Irrigation district and tho nnino un
dor which It shnll bo known Is tho
Squnw Creok Irrigation District; tho
sourco of Biipply. from which tho
water to bo used within said irriga
tion district shall bo taken Is Squaw
Creek and Its trlbutnrlos and Fall
Rlvor .ml its tributaries within
Crook county, Oregon.
Tho signers of this potltlon who
are more than DO of tho holders
of title of lands susceptible to Irriga
tion under tho proposod Irrigation
district from tho snmo common
sourco or sources furthor potltlon
this court thnt flvo directors bo elect
ed as directors of snld Irrigation dis
trict; that said irrigation district bo
divided Into flvo divisions nnd thnt
ono director bo olectod from each di
vision; and thnt tho proposed cost of
tho organization of tho nforcsnld Irri
gation district Is tho sum of flvo hun
dred dollars ($500.00) and your pe
titioners nccompany this potltlon
with n good nnd suITIclent bond In
tho sum of ono thousand dollars
($1,000.00), this sum bolng doublo
tho nmount of tho proposed cost of
tho organization of tho said irriga
WIIKRKFORE Your potltlotfora
pray that said Irrigation district bo
organized ns provided for by lnw nnd
particularly as act forth and requir
ed by tho statutes horoln nbovo re
ferred to; nnd that said potltlon bo
henrd as rcqulrod by law and that
snld county court shnll do nny nnd
ovorythlng noccssnry and rcqulslto
to effect tho organization of snld Ir
rigation district and for such other
ordorB ns mny bo neccsBnry nnd ns
may bo provided by lnw for Uio or
ganization of snld Irrigation district.
lloforonco Is heroby mndo to tho
notlco accompanying this potltlon,
stating tho tlmo of tho meeting nt
which this potltlon will bo presented
to tho County Court, which snld no
tice Is mado n part hereof.
K. R. Polorson. A. J. Weston, El
vah M. Klklns, Kdgnr W. Glllot. C.
F. Chalfnn, Guy C. McCnlllstor. F. O.
Powers, J. W. Gibson, Jnmoa P. Kl
klna, M. W. Knlckorbockor, J. O. Mc
Klnnoy, C- P. Whlto, D. P. Moffott,
M. K. Purkhnrd, P. Vnn TnBSol, D.
Wlnklo, C. L. Gist, J. P. Duckott. II.
E. Vlncont, Linda J. Qulborg. Ellis
1! Edglngton, P. Huntington. J. D.
Ilowmnn, Joo Llator, II. P. llolknnp,
Will Oronthnm, John Stnpf, G. G.
Rlvot. C. M. Elklns. L. A. Hunt, Julia
A. Scott, Joo W. Ilownrd, Jr.,
Wlnnlo M. Hunt, Joptlui S. Hunt,
Ettn F. Ilownrd. Emma Fuller, Mrs.
L. F. Rico. L. F. IUco. Frnnk V. Chnp
man, G. E. Stndlg, Donnls D. Hunt,
John R. Ilownrd, CIiub. E. Hlscock.
Frod Wnlter, Adolph Kotzmnn, Carl
II. Houco, Mrs. Mnrtlm Chnpmnn,
Rob't Nltzscho, tho ostnto of O. W.
Fuller by A. J. Fullor. 8. K. West,
Wnltor Ruble. Katlo Rublo, J. A.
West, T. F. McCalllstor. Matilda A.
McCalllstcr, Roy L. Klddor, Goo. F.
Scott, Jorry Groszklngor. Jamos-Par-kor,
Joo Parsona, C. A. Pnyno, K. 8.
Pnyno, Alfrod Lcnthloy. 47-51o