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HUM), DKHCHUTKH COUNTY, OHKOON, Till RSDAV, HKITItMnKK U7, 1017
THIRD SET OF
Where the Drafted Men Will Train
i PjB W.
DEPARTURE IS Siyr FOR
lih" AIIki'iiiiIim ' Niiinnl Men nri'
1 in MiIhiIIo In Itniiil on OMiilit'i
Nut Nm Known Wlo'ii
lint I.iinI Cull Oiuu.
(From Wednesday Dally.)
OwttU'MlMR lh prallmlimry work
town r (I imIIIiik tho Ililnl Installment
( the llnwhulM oounty draft quota
County Clark J. II. Iluutir, secralury
of tha local draft board. I today
mailing notices ti 20 m mi to mobilise
In Hand n October preparatory to
leaving ftir Camp Lewis l A marl an
Lake. Th departure will be en tin
tHlNK train th B"Xt tr. W.-.I
netdey. OetOher .
0( tii t called, the flrel IB -r
Ik vnmiv the ix ' " ""
in l rTt, lb remaining f r f
lug tumgfcl M In readiness to g
,h af of the 1 do nut appear. 1
High number In the rail la 154.
With tills Mil 31 of I? to go Irotn
UeerhMtee rounty on the ftret drf
an IM He fr service, two navinc
lone to lmw lwla In tha first In
(ailment and I on the second. The
total Pr cent of the whele um
, nad the remaining I Ptr rent,
numbering five, will go ii the final
all, tha date far which baa wet yet
Tha man io whom notice am Ib
Irr mailed today un a Inllowa. tha
haiiim being given In thaJr order of
liability for service:
Tin' in Vrr ''iil,
Frank '.lellnekl, David. II. Mlllor,
Augut Kltmiulat. Charlo M Praxler.
John W. (Inrrlaun. Herbert II. Kdgnr,
Irving II. Ilitrnar, Satnuol K. Kline,
Oeeter A. llrown. Mas 'latlrh. Kd--ward
Walker, Harry Thnmaa. Prank
(1. Iledatrnm. Italph T: Cooper anil
William W. Wheeler.
Tim I'lio AltcriuilcM. j
John II. Johuemi. Urn II. Mrrla.
Unlay Hwlth, Alphona W. Aya.
llanry N. Kowler.
IHIJ NL'MIIKIt Ol' AITUAC
TIOXS AIIUA.NOKII I'Olt Ht'll
STAVI'lAI. t'AHII I'lll'.tW AUK
OI'IMIItllO VOH IMIODtJlTS.
RMU.MO.S'1), Kapt. . ItatlwiiHil la
makinK alaborat priwratlnta ftir
tha witi Annul INitato Show t ha
liolil ut Hattinoiul Oetubar IS. ID nuil
JO. llaaWaa tha itatml ("air atlrao-
tlona thara will ha prominent apoak-
ri frtMii GtUar aaclliiua of tha north-
weat. A apaclal ftwtura nf tha aunw
thlH ywr will ha tha llaaonutaa Vnl-
lay aaart pittutu anetlon aula, l'iva
Imalial milrltaa of 100 par cant putn-
toon. will eompatti In thla aontaat for
h prlia or IIBO.OO; All potntoaa en-
tartnl In till ooutMt will ha aohl In
YIvh-IiumIioI Iota to the IiIkIiohI blil-
lar. Tha moat pnrftMt unil hlKhoat
rliiK llva buabali will racalva tha
flrat prlzo ot )1C0 cnili, lha timionil
I rprlzu tlvo hualiala will rwoelvn 60
mail. Unilor tho illruutlon of County
wNBripultunillat It. A. Ward, com-
tntlttuo ot Daaoliiitaa Vullay potato
. rowara urn bually uiijciikuiI In aeotir-
. In tha tlVHhiHhel untrlua to Ilia uou-
xaal. In raoaut culinary taata, l)aa
t fliutaM Vallay potatooa proved to ha
tho MMliaat quality oooklnx potatoaa
n tlit HUvt. Tlio local growara plan
Jnn huyliiK up tha flmt prla potatoaa
thaiuaatvaa ami ratalu tha aaod In tlia
I'OUIt lUlOTIIHHH IN II. H.
,- (Krom WBilnuailoy'a Dully.)
irr tho flrat tlmo on rot'ord four
lirothora nro attoiulliiK tho Hand IiIkU
ohoo nt ono tlmo. Thoy nro Craig,
.Marlon, l.o Hoy and Vnnoe Coyimr.
W -ruiroor thorn nro oMIrora of tholr
, ' Tospodtlvo olusana and all nro prom-
Jriont in school nctlvUlos.
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Become Victims of
aupiMMMi yon wantatl trklckffl for
dlnnar Did you avar ruuaMar tae
piHMlhllltlaa of "fUhlnK" (or tkcmT
Mlk Kaiftrowltz, ovar In Knwool.
bidlavaa hla nalskWor'n cblldra am
vary axpart In thla Una. ao fxpart In
fuel, that ha took hla complaint to
JhiIk Kllla yratarday afternoon In
hopaa of flndlnK " maaua of atop
plnK tha rlamlaatlna artlvltlaa of too
youngatara naxl door who ara menac
ing tha only two rhlckant of hla toek
of fight which have not yet tl!eu
Into thalr ana re.
According to Kaaorowlta. ha novad
In alx Heka ago with eight hlddloa
whloli ha duly Inatallod In tha back
yard. Since that time thay hare
gradually disappeared, (earing nw
trace of their Hheraahonla aacapl the
nKonlaliiK wiuawke which heralded
thalr arrival on tha other aide of tha
fenco. Tha complainant did a little
XharloekliiK on hta own account and
aooii dlacovarad that the chtldron In
th next houea had rigged up a flatt
ing llllH which thay halted with meat
ami htftig ovor the (once. When tha
unauapnetlng chick nlhhlod tha
tHiiiptlnK moraal. tha fUharman gar
n Jerk and landed the drumatlcka for
Kaaprowltz now feela abuaed. Ac
cordliiK to hla own worde, ha want It
alopped ao hla family can llva In
"peace and harnionlea."
llntitrntiiK yeaterday from 8it
Frauelaw), Frank It. I'rtnce. ot Tha
ShHvllu-Illxon Company, report that
nmtturs are proi;ronhiK taat In tha
formation of tho lumbwrnian'a Iwt
tallou ot tlio XOtli KiiRluaar ragl
meat. Mr. rriu.ua haa bean recom
mended aa a first lieutenant In tho
battalion and (1. Ilorakotta na a onp
talu. Mr. TrliiiiQ apent nearly a weak In
Sail Fnuiolaoo naalatlng S. O. Juliif
Mini, who U well known In Hand, In
rourultliiK tpr the ragtment. Mr.
Jobuanu holiU a oniiuulaalon aa major
and la accepting aa rvcruita only
thoaa who have bad experience in
FLY PAPER THOUGHT
CAUSE OF DEATH
(From Saturday's Dally)
An examination ot tlio body ot lit
tle Frod DouBon, who died timldanly
ThurHdiiy nlglit, oetablished tho fuot
that polaonliiR was tho oau'so. So
far an known, xa only placo tho child
could huvo obtained It was by suck
ing fly papor,
UASIIISi.lON, Will HL'IIII, ttl Sil.KN DIVISION )l TDK MTIOMIj UIM IH SOW I NDKK TK IMVfc.
, ( ii V- Til-"" Tiinbcrman, I'onlanJ, Ore; ",
f uu uunu U2um
mi i.i, oi'U.N in mu:us MLlt thi:
DHU KV.MID AND ON LAVA
iirn'H aitoto me rsi itm
mini; iiaiix oni.v.
(Krttw Monday' IHIly.)
Tha throe and one-half ion anlo
trnck and Troy trailer to be naed on
the coanty rood work arrived yeator
day trow i'octland after aereral days'
delay. Thoae will bo need on l-ng
haul In connection with the rod
work in prograa aouth of Bond and
will together carry II yanta ol cin
der ouch trio. Team will continue
on abort ha His.
Not until tho fourth mile on tho
now road la begun will tha truck be
omnloyed. Mr. Mathena, of Portland,
who brought k down, will drive It.
.Vext week new hunkers are to bo
opened at Ijiy Untie and a camp -tabllahed
to accommodate the men
a iwoa aa thay roach that vlctliy.
A. II, Horn la alao opening a p'.t of
heavy red cinders on tho brickyard
road. Theaa are heavier than titoe
from either butte and will be placod
on the two-mile stretch out from
Newport avenue. Local teama will
h employed on this piece.
On nceoiiHt of the Columbia High
way being oloaod hotwwH Tho Dallas
ami Hood Illvur It wua Mimssary to
ahlp tha truck to tha former placo.
From there It was brought In by way
ot Duur and Shaiilko. Thla is the
first truck owned by the county.
TO STUDY NITRATES
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Iloyt 3. Hale, gaolog'at of the
United States (Jeologlc.nl Survey, ar
llvad lu Hand thla morning tor the
purpose ot investigating the nitrate
deposits In the country eat of iiaml.
With Oeorgo to. Young, deputy min
eral surveyor, Mr. Hale left at once
for tha Klvera section where bo will
make, hla first study of tha deposits.
Other sections will also be visited ou
Mr. Clalo last year made a study
ot tho American Nitrate Company
doposlts In tho Wagon Tire and Slick
er Crook BoatloiiH, finding them of
suftlolont slzo to bo of commorcial
valuo. The present investigation Is
ot nowly discovered doposlts which
have bcon brought to tho attention
of tho Survoy by Mr. Young.
CASE IS LOST
.iritY itmrATvrwn'f foj.h houhk
ItKI'OltlJ KKTl'itMNfi VUHIHCT
I'Olt TDK DHIMCNDANTS IUHI.Y
(From SatardAy's Dolly.)
After remaining out four hours,
the jury a.Jilug o"0 the Springer com
at Prlaevllle. at 9 o'clock thla after
noon relurced a vvrdid In taror of
the defendants. Tho case waa brought
by Judgo 0. Springer agalaat O. II.
Kuaaall, J. W. Stanton. II. F. John
son, Jay II. Upton and S. W. Yancey
for alleged libelous publication of an
article hurt May.
The Crook County Journal says the
following of. the ease, which waa
called on Friday:
"Stapletou. Con ley & fttapletou, of
Portland, and N. 0. Wallace ware at
toraeya for the Judge, while Seneca
Fonts reproaented the defenee.
"Thn Jwrori lu the case were J. A.
Way, K. L. Ashby. H. U. Bennett. It.
A. Ammons. C. F. Ferrlu, K. J. Clark.
J. M. Fuller. Wm. Herald. O. 1. David
son. II. G. Dobson. Kit H. Cox and
"Former Judge II. C. KU'a. and ix
Omm!ssloners W. W. Urown. R. II.
llay!?y, II. J. Ovorturf aud J. F.
llluuchard were all used as wltUHOstta,
benMiw Oommlaalonar K. T. l.ulhey.
"The inethtHls ot handling tho
oouuty oustneaa, whlbh Imva bean dls
cusaed widely, were reviewed to some
extant, and the wltneasea mentioned
above ware called to testify to var
ious methods and events that wara
used and occurred during thalr con
nection with tho county affairs."
COUNTY FINDS COST
OF,ONE SCHOOL YEAR
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
To send one pupil to school for one
year It costs Deschutes county ap
proximately ffiti.57, according to fig
ures Just compiled by Couuty School
Superintendent J. Alton Thoinpion.
During tha year ot 1016-17, 1S0-I
children attended tho schools lu tha
county. For the cure of theaa ?102.
007.47 was paid out. The figures
on the total attendance were not tnk
oii from the school census as some
ot thoso lucludod lu tlfblattor have
olthur not bogun or have completed
tholr courses. This number comes
from tho actual registration and cov
ers nil thoso pupils who nt any time
during tho yoar attonded,
CREATED BY FARMER
, Unict Frank, of Docliutc. Com
I bint's Flic Vegetable
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
"Tha Sugarbowl," is the name Hr-
, nest Frank, ef Deschutes, has given
I hla new aquash which he has sratted
from five different vegetables. Mr.
Frank brought one of his peculiar
creations Into town thla afternoon aa
a specimen of his crop. The vege
table la about seven Inches in dlani-
' eter and has tha color ot a pale water
melon. Around the top It takes on
, tke shape of a covered bowl, thus ex
plaining the origin ot the name. The
i skin is softer than that ot most gar-
den products ot the melon variety.
Mr. Frank saya bis squash tastes ilka
an oyster and that he worked several
years experimenting in order to get
just the proper flavor.
J. T. 1IINK1.K. OF HKH.MISTON,
WII.Ij 1IIC OKATOK OF THK DAY
I.UNCHHO.V TO HR SKHVIID
11Y .MUX FOLKS THIS YHAH.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
The second fair to be hold this
week In Deschutes county will be
the annual exhibition given by the
West Side Fair Aaeoclatlon at Tutu
aln on Friday. No attempt Is made
by the association to lijiva anything
In the way ot n formal racing pro
gram, events ot this nature being oon
tined to foot races and the like, held
In the afternoon ou tha main street.
Tha big event, as always, will be
the show of Tumalo farm products In
tha exhibition hall, where will be
seen the varied products ot the irri
gated and dry laud" ranches. Follow
ing the usual custom an address will
be given In the afternoon, the speaker
thla year being J. T. Hlnkle, at Hor
mlston, a prominent Irrlgatlanlst.
Instead ot the dlunor served by tho
ladlos ot tho Wost SIdo, a luncheon
will bo provided by tho men ot the
Tho Tumalo Fair has always been
largoly attonded by II end folks and
It la expected that a goodly nunibor
will visit tho show on Friday,
REED ATHLETIC PLANS
TO BE FOLLOWED.
Todclicnt and District Iloanl Meet to
CoiHtlilcr I'mblfim Xpmt Orndo
Tpiirlicr la Xittlitl fur the
(From Saturday's Dally.)
An Innovation In thexondujft ot the
affairs of the lo$l school' district
occurred last evening when tho mem
bers of the school board met with tho
whole teaching forae and discussed
school problums. In the rourso ot
the evening oaeh director and each
fachor was called on for suggestions
and many ideas calculated to benefit
the schools ware presented
Chief among the needs of the dis
tvt, as set forth at the meting, I a.
n-w lower grade teacher to rare for
ri unexpectedly large tnrollmeuL
Another subject promlnntry men-
vtifd was the question of d'JtrlcUng
;ip city and placing children la
, Luildlnga according to the location of
their homes. Consldersble dissatis
faction was reported to exist because
ot alleged hardships enforced by tha
present grouping, a plan lining finally
suggested by Superintendent Thor
darson which Is expected to remove
In connection with tha physical
training it was suggested that an ef
fort be made to develop pupils after
the Reed College Idea, which takes
into account the faet that school ath
letics ordinarily trains those who are
least In need of training, and that
best results are obtained when tho
other pupils are cared tor as wctl.
Jt Is expected that similar confer
ences will be held rom tlmo to tlmo
through the year for the discussion of
STATH MO.VKY POKTIONKI) OX
IiAST YHAll'S KHGISTRATIOX
XBU CHNSUS TO UK TAKU.V OX
OCTOIIHIl 'IB. '
(From Monday's Dally.)
State sekosl funds today aro "being
turned ever by Couaty School Super
intendent J. Alton Thompson to tha
Individual dfcttriets. The entire sum.
the first since Deschutes county was
organised, amounts to J4.50S.78. ot
which Iiend district gets $1330. Tho
county fund will be distributed In No
vember attar the second halt ot the
1917 taxes are in.
There are S4IS children registered
In the county schools, making an ap
portionment of Jl.SG per capita.
School districts are warned that tba
state law distinctly requires that war
rants be paid In the order ot their la
suo and now that the money Is on
hand, old ones must be paid up bo
fore new ones are attended to.
Census blanks are now being dis
tributed among the school clerks who
are to have them ready on October
2 Instead ot November 25. aa last
year. This change has been mado on
account ot the county fund which will
be distributed according to the now
census, whereas the state money goes
with last year's as a basis.
HEALTHY GAIN IS
SHOWN BY C. O. BANK
Total ItUfiourcof, Now Over $UH,000
Doposlts Shown a Onlu
(From Friday's Daily.)
Reporting on Its condition on Sep
tember 11. at tho oall ot tho stato
bank examiner, the Contral Orocon
Hank shows a healthy Increase over
its report of a tow months ago. De
posits now stand at J242.3CC.27. a
gain ot about.J64,999, or 28 per coot.
Tho bank's toial resources now
amount to J2C8.G83.88.