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11ENI) IlUIil.nTIN, IlENI), OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY IH, ton
IN COUNTY SOU
PART OF COMPLAINT IS
Advantage Now Lien With New Coun
ty Filing of Demurrer Next
Probable Htcp, Is Intimation
of II. It. DcAniionil.
WHOLE COMPLAINT IS
Attorneys for Dexclmtes County Ob-
ject to Hull on Ground of Non-
Jurisdiction of (,'omt, nnd In-
mifflolent 1'iicts Alleged.
(Prom Friday's Dally nullotln)
Deschutes county scored hor first
victory this morning, In the fljjlit
to mnlntnln licr individuality as a
News of tho occurrence vu3 re
ceved hero, when II, II. DeArmond,
district attorney and counsel for the
members of tho county court In tho
(tio warranto proceedings brought
ngnlnst thorn through tho nanio of
Oua Stadlg, by tho Crook county nntl
dlvlslonist clement, received word
from Prlncvlllo that Judge Duffy, of
tho circuit bench, has handed down
nu opinion sustaining tho motion of
tho dofondants tostrlko out a por
tion of tho original complaint.
Tho advantage Is now on tho side
of Deschutes county, It Is bellovcd,
ii b tho provlous motion of tho defend
ants, decided agulust them, was to
iuash service, and tho refusal of tho
court to sustain, had no bearing on
tho former status of tho caso.
Tho last motion, argued Monday in
Prlnovlllo, disposes of all allegations
mndo In tho complaint, refcrrci) to
by tho defense, as attorneys for tho
plaintiff oro anxious to rush tho
caso through, and will probably tako
no advantago of their opportunity to
amond tho complaint.
Tho Ming of another motion, or a
demurror aro tho possibilities open
to tho county, and Mr. Do Armond
Intimated that tho latter step would
probably bo taken. Ho was unwilling
to stnto on what points tho demurrer
would bo based.
(From Saturday's Dally Uullotln.)
What may prove a vital step In tho
fight of Deschutes county against tho
quo warranto proceedings question
ing Its Identity as a municipal cor
poration, was taken today when Dis
trict Attornoy II. II, DeArmond, and
Vernon A. Forbes, counsel for tho
coutjty court .introduced In circuit
court at I'rlnovllle, a demurrer to tho
entlro complaint. Mr Forbes mada
a special trip to liond from Salem,
where ho Is sitting in tho lower houso
of tho legislature, for tho solo pur
pose of being ablo to represent tho
county's Interests In I'rlnovllle today.
No Jurisdiction, Itasis.
Tho domurrcr had as Its chief bas
is tho argument that the complaint
filed by auti-dlvlslonists In old Crook
has not been filed In a court having
jurisdiction In tho matter, tho Inti
mation being that only a higher court
could havo Jurisdiction In the case.
Ah a secondary argument it was set
forth that Insufficient facts aro al
leged to constitute causo for action.
A third point was to havo been that
causes of action aru Improperly Join
ed, but tho ruling of Judge Duffy,
handed down yesterday, sustaining
the motion to strike out u portion of
tho original complaint, mudo this
Knrly Opinion KvM-ctvI.
Tho Deschutes county attorneys
planned to argua thu demurror today
In Judgo Duffy's court, asking that
tho suit bo dismissed. An opinion,
It Is thought, may be handed down
by tho court, tho latter part of next
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IIOUMMRIKS OF IMUCTICAJiliY
KVKRY PRKCINCT WILIj Mil AL
TKRKD, DKCIiAHKS COUNTY
SURVEYOR G. H. YOUNG.
(From Friday's Dally Dullotln)
When tho county court meets In
adjourned session in Bend next Wed
nesday, ono of tho Important matters
which will come up for consideration
will bo tho first map of tho now
county, now being drawn by County
Surveyor George S. Young, on the
authorization of tho court.
Whllo tho boundaries of tho coun
ty aro already fixed by virtuo of tho
division from Crook county, this very
change, together with tho rapid
growth of Hcnd, has called for a com
plete redisricting of thu voting pre
cincts, and practically every division
of tho kind In tho county will havo
changed boundaries when tho map Is
completed, Mr. Young states. Tlicso
alterations aro being rnado so as to
conform to tho topography of tho
country, providing for greater facil
ity In getting to tho polls.
Tho redisricting of tho Hond pro
ducts was ono of tho matters which
would havo been taken up by the
Crook county court at Its last session
In Prlnovlllo In December, had not
county division taken tho territory
under consideration Into a now Juris
diction. No copies of tho map, Mr. Young
announces, will bo available for dis
tribution until approval Is passed on
tho original draft by tho county Judgo
OITICKR OF TIIK HF.NI) WATKR,
j-iaiiT a powkr co., wimi dk-
TKRMINH NKKD.S OF CONCNIlN
FOR TIIK YKAK.
(From Saturday's Dally Bulletin.)
Kcmpster D. Miller, of tho Ucnd
Watei, Light & Power Co., arrived
last night from Chicago on a visit
of Inspection of tho company's prop
erties in Ucnd and to consult with
Manager T. II. Foley, on business of
"The chief matter which I shall
havo under consideration whllo
here,"ald Mr. Miller this nftomoon,
"Is a determination of tho financial
needs of our company to carry on
Improvements and extensions during
tho coming year. Whatever those
aro found to bo wo shall proceed with
After finishing his business here,
Mr. Miller will lcavo for Southom
California, whero his firm has a largo
power project under construction.
Signs of Good Health.
Bright eyes, clear skin, alert brains
nnd energetic movomonts aro signs of
good health. You don't havo them
when digestion Is Impaired and for
montlng, decaying food clogs tho In
testines. Foloy Cathartic Tablets set
you right. Act without pain, griping
or nausea. Too-stout persons wol
coma tho light fooling they bring.
Sold ovorywhoro. Adv.
Sco J. Ilyaa & Co., for farm land
Just For Everyday Wear
Is Tlii? Swagger Coat
THREE ARE ARRESTED
BUT CASES HELD OFF
(From Saturday's Dally Bulletin.)
Arrested by Chief of Pollco Nixon
this nftomoon, Walter Dawson and
Frank Sugort, charged with conduct
ing n disorderly houso, nnd W. Wool
drldgo, charged with dlsordorly con
duct, appeared boforo Mayor S. C.
Caldwell, acting for Municipal Judgu
Kills, today. Thoy entered pleas of
not guilty and woro released on their
own recognizance, hearing being sot
for 10 o'clock Monday morning.
Different Kinds or Coughs.
Colds lead to dlfforent kinds of
cougliB "dry cough," "winter
cough," la grlppo cough, bronchial
cough, asthmatic cough, and racking,
painful cough to ralso choking
phlegm. Enos Halbcrt, Paoll, Ind
writes: "I coughed continually and
could hardly sleep. Foloy's Honey
nnd Tar rollovocl mo, curing my
cough entirely." Sold everywhere.
Dun In Mm Increased Interest In
tho recent Federal Farm Loan Act
nnd Its ndvantaces. n. meeting has
boon called by tho county agricul
turalist of all Interested farmers In
the vicinity of Hedmond to moot in
his office on tho 19th, Friday, after
noon, for tho purposo of perfecting
a Federal Farm Loan Association.
Alt fnrmnrn whn nrn Interested ill
this should bo at tho meeting at 2
o'clock In tho afternoon.
It. A. I1LANCIIAUI).
DHIjAV IN GIVING FIGl'RF.S OF
OKNSUS CAUHKI) TAlUUiATION
XL'MIIKK OF PROPMl GIVHX
Worth Attention of Women.
When you feel too tired to work,
wnko up weary, havo backocho or
pains In sides, when you suffor rliou-
matlo twinges you may bo suro tho
kidneys aro disordered. Fay Shol
burg, All, Mo., writes: "I hnd kld
noy trouble for two years. Nothing
did mo any good until I got Foloy
Kidney Pills. Two 00c boxes cured
mo." Sold ovorywhoro. Adv.
A doBlrnblo bread knlfo frco with
every annual subscription to The
(From Friday's Dally.)
Tho olllclal population of Bend Is
This was tho purport of an ntll
davit filed by H. J. Ovcrturf, chief
enumerator in tho recent school and
municipal census, with City Re
corder II. C. Kills today. Tho num
ber of Individuals residing In tho dis
trict, of school age, was given last
month, but becauso of considerable
work In tho way of tabulation a de
lay In announcing the number of resi
dents actually residing In tho city
In splto of tho rapid growth shown
in tho city population, It Is believed
that tho figures given nro conserva
tive, as many bona fide residents of
Bend declare Unit thoy were novor
approached by tho enumcratoiH.
Mr. Ovorturf's nflldiivlt was nmdo
as ono or tho formalities Incident to
clearing up tho 'record In regnrd to
tho purchoso of J3G.000 worth of
cuy nouns uy Kcoier iiros., or Don
vor. Tho money, needed for tho pur
poso of securing right of way and
torinlnnl sites for tho Strnhorn rail
ways, has been available for city uso
for Domo tltno post, but n now record
of population wob needed by tho
bonding bouse to supercede tho last
government census record, which
showed only n fqw hundred residents
In tho communication received
from tho Denver concern, nftldavlt
blanks were nlso enclosed to bo flllod
out by tho various city officials, and
papers to complete tho record In tho
$11,000 bond Issue which Is planned
to wlpo out tho warrant Indebtedness
of Bend, wero among tho documents
received by City Hecordrr.
Was granted to
Superiority of Educational Merit.
Thu new creation answers villi
final authority all klmliof puzzling
questions such iw "How Id i)ricmysl
pronounced?" "Whoro is Man
dent " "What Is n conlinioiu tw
wjet" "What is a lioiriUtrt" ' 'What
id uhile coalf" "How tetlat pro
nounced?" nnd thnuindsolothers.
Mora than 400,000 Vocabulary Terms.
30,000 Ccofiraphlcal Subjects. 12,000
Biographical Entries. Over GOOD Illus
trations. 2700 Pages. Tho cnljr diction
ary with tho divided pace a stroko of
Wilts for ppccl
men irv, 11
Iiee. a wi oi
'urlrl Maim If
ymi liaiuu Uus
sat saaaVf '
M'AI.I.HTKIt'H IIOl'HK RURN8
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Tho resldenco of A. McAllstcr, sov
oral miles west of Tumulo, was de
stroyed last night by a flro caused
from the explosion of gasollno In a
pan In which clothes woro being
cleaned. Tho houso and contents
nro u total loss. Both Mr. McAlls
tcr and his son wero severely burned.
No Insurance was carried on tho
Brooks- Scanlon Lumber
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of StanJard Size..
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Telephone Red 1431 or 701 City Stlei Office Bend Company Building
Bring Your Family to llie Altamont lor a good
Sunday Dinner. . . 40c
12 to h30
Nicest Sunday Supper In Bend Screed from 6 to 7 P. M.30t
SPECIALS IF DESIRED
IN GRAY IRON AND BRASS
IIUFPSCIIMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
PHONE ULACK 741
Soo to It that the children's shoos
aro well cared for. Money Is saved
In doing so.
Our shoo repairing ranks the best
Only the highest quality leather used.
Wi: GUARANTEE AMi WORK TO
Quick Shoe Repair Shop.
Wright Hotel llldg. (ireeimood Ate.
weather? A good
oil heater will keep
you warm andcosy.
A gallon of Pearl Oi J gives
9houra of smokeless, odor
less, cheerful heat.
Prices: $3.75 to $7.75
PLUMBING AND HEATING
I'lumblnK & Itcntliift Hujiiillc", Until Room Atomii lei, etc
I'lI'E, VAIjVEK AND FITTINGS
1'IIONE RICH 1.-1)1
Perfection Oil Heater
For Sato by
Smart and practical, thla raincoat come
In dull gray plalda with bone button fas
tening! and a trimly belted watat line. The
knockabout hat takea a plaid facing to
ray colors to offset the Inconspicuous
tone of the cent.
HAVE YOU TRIED THE
One Day Delivery Service
20 Lbs. Dry Wt.
BOX AND SLAB
Now $3.00 Per Loud
OREGON FUEL CO.
PHONE US NOW RED 661
BEND HARDWARE CO.
F. DEMENT & CO.
Lots at Half the Price
Asked in other additions of Equal Distance from
the Business Center.
Lots 40X105. $75 for Inside, $100 for Corners
Lots 50X125 . $100 fur Inside, $125 for Corners
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