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IJK.VI) IM'M.irri.V, IIK.VI), OIIUflON, TirrilHDAY, MAY 2, UHH
C. 0. I. CONTRACTS BE
PHIch of Piopcify 'riiiimfcrml mid
Oilier Hmiii HiinIiicnh Ordctcil
Illown New ContnitlH
anil Twelvn ll(i'l.
(Hietlnl in 1I. llultrtln,)
HAI.K.M, April lill Olio of thu
liunvluHt crlMtH of ciiutrnctH panned
upon ut it muollng of tlni dimurt liiml
board fur ninny ywurn relative to tho
Central Oregon Irrigation project
mid (hit Tumiilo project was turned
nut nt a spuria! muotlng of thu liourd.
Tim nititlmt iiiiitturH In imIuIIoii to
tli oho two proJiiitM wrro IihiiiIImiI iih
lly luttitr of April G, I 'J IK, Vernon
A. Portion ritiiHitul cancellation of
iliicil IhniidiI to Marry A. (lummy
nniliir (Into of November 'i, ID 17, ami
referred to In tho minutes of thu
desert let tul bimrd uinlnr (Into of No
vember 10, 1!17, mill tliut ii deed
In Him thereof liu ImiitDil In Him iiiiiihi
of C. M. HriiKK- It appearing that
prlnr to thu liwuuiico of deed by thu
hoard to Hurry A (lummy n ijult
claim ilnoil liml bomi oxoeuted 'liy
Harry A. OoMioy to- O. M. ilragg,
which quit claim deed had been ru
curded In thu county record. It also
nppuurH thnl tlio diiml ImudiI hy thu
hoard to Hurry A. (JoHtmy Iiiih not
boon recorded nml Hint tooth iull
claim ilncil ami tho deed tinned hy
tho board nro now In thu board's
record. It Ih therefore ordered that
n deed ho liixiied covnrliiK tho HKU
ItWU, lU-17-13, In tlm iiaiilu of 0. M.
Kxteimlon of time In whluh to sub
mil proof of reclamation, cultivation
nml settlement until Juno 1, 191 It,
wn granted K, I., Spencer under C.
(). I, contract C03.
Thu rulen uml regulation of thu
hoard hnvliiK boon compiled with re
garding deposition of settlor making
proof, certificate of proof wuru or
dered lurd to Trunk l.u.Mny under
V. (). I. contract "Oil; to llntiit T.
MlkkeUon under C. (). I. contract
1022; to Adolph I'otitaluo under C.
(). I. contrnut 770.
Thu following contract hutweiti
tho Central Oregon Irrigation com
pany and sultWr were urdHrod ap
proved: No. C4GA to Wm. II. UoynoldH.
covering tho WV& NlUi, 20-17-13.
No. 70 IA to H. II. lUlKttHon. oovor
Ini: tho Sl'.W fllV, , iua-17-ta.
No. 1112 to Dun A Hlmightor,
coviirlut: tho NISV, 8WVi, 2-17-1.
No. 1112 to Dan llnurlgHit. cover
lid thu 'i NKVi uhiI NW RBW.
No, IIM tn Nick Ituclior, covurliiK
lot , c-in-ir..
No. 111G to (lortrude M. Foster,
covering tho K',4 NWi. KW BW',4.
No. 1 1 II! to (Irovor C. Price, rover
HiK thu HWV, NW'J, NV HW4,
No, 1117 to Thnuiiu II. Price, cov
ering' lot .1 and 4L'-ir-U,
No. lllfi to Prank II. Pouter, cov
ering thu V!4 NK, W& 8HV;.
No, UU to Daisy I), Hmltli, cover-
Iiik thu NVi HK'.i, 8W' 8KU.
No, 112.1 to Dulriy 1). Smith, cover
ing thu BW Ni:i, 17-1CH.
Deeds worn onlered IhuuuiI In nc
corilaucu with thu law and board
regulations um followa:
Demi No. -101. to W. J. Wnrnatarr,
roverliiK IiiiiiIh umlur C. O. I. con
Dmid No, 4 00, to Thomas O. Gur
rUon, covurliiK lamia umlur O, O. I,
Deed No, C00, to Wonluy J, Smith,
ciiviirlni; IuiiiIn under (!, 0, I, con
trnut 1 0110.
Deed No, 001, to It, K, Keonard,
covurliiK IiuiiIh umlur (J, 0, 1. con
l.iinil No, H02, to J. Ilni;uo, cover
Iiik IiiiiiIh umlur C, O, I, coiitruct 772,
Deed No, r,(KI, in (Jf Hwuiimoii,
covei'lihff IiiiiiIh umlur (J, U, I, con
Deed No. 001, to If lion M. Wliltte
more, coverlui; IiiiiiIh umlur U. O. 1.
Dmid No, nor,, to TliomiiH (.
ThouiiiN, coverlui; luuiU umlur C. U.
1. contract 082.
Deed No. fiOO, to (luo( M, Krlck
hoii, covurliiK Iiuiih umlur C. O, I,
. Diiml No. r.07, to C. II. Hardy,
coVerlm: IuihIh umlur ('. O. 1. con
Deed No, 008, to Ouo, Duiker,
covurliiK IiiiiiIh umlur C, (). I, con
Deed No. 010, to (' W. Minna,
covurliiK land under C. O, I, con
Central Orcein Irrigation cinopnny
coiitructH Noh. 700A, KH2, 80C, U.'IHA,
040 and 1010 havliiK been cuncelled
hy thu company wuru ordered can
celled on thu record of thu hoard.
Hiipplemcntul agreement to thu
followlui: Ontral OreKon coiitructH
wuru ordered approved:
Nit. 18, held hy V. A. Ilrowu.
No, 00, held hy Mr. Ida M.
No. 118, held hy M i:. I.amllH.
No. ISO, held hy T. (1. HtuvuiiM.
No. 182, huld hy l (1. AtkliiHiiu.
No. 370, huh) hy I. II. Konter.
.N. 404A, hold by Iluth ltuld Pou
ter. Land MnI No, 42 umlur contract
of Juiiu 17, 1007, covurliiK ouIhIiIo
IuikIh for which an equal area within
thu HuKruKatlon Iiiih been cancelled,
Iiuh been Hiibtnltted hy thu Central
Orison Irrltiutlon company mid thu
iuiiiii wau approved by tho hoard.
Thu followliiK contract umlur thu
Tutnalo IrrlKutlon project wuru or-
No. 211, In thu iiamu of V. 11.
Dlurkor. covurliiK tho NWtf NWU.
No, 213, In tlm nnma of Lorenzo
J. Cody, covurliiK thu HK HWU.
No, 221, In thu n a mo of John K.
Ilratuhlll, covurliiK thu NV4 NIC1.,
No, 207, In thu namu of Waldutnar
I'uttiriiun. covurliiK tho NW't HW'U.
(). ,M. lll.'ltNK'rr IH .MIST IllSltlS HY
di:m:(atio.v kiio.m iiahnky
COUNTY HISISKINf; HTATIS All)
I'OK INTISH-fOL'NTY ItOAl).
RARREI) IN COUNTY
(iiNtKrnplilral ItiNiilcm Am Clnliiuil lo
Jlitt o it I'nMiVniiuu Temleiic)
I,iiuih Am CllpMil Out.
(Prom Thurmlny'n Dally.
Cnrpenter'H OuoKniphlcal Itwiler,
or at liMHt portion of It, aro burred
from thu htIiooIh In DMchutun coun
ty, acoonlttiK to thu county nchonl
Miptirliituiidont'rt office. Tht work,
which comprint mivuii voIuiiihii, Ih In
disfavor berauno of lt.1 pro-durman
HuutliUHtit, ami wherever It Ih found
In thu HchoolH of thu county, a a
work of rofureuce, thu Ihuvoh dc
Ncrlptlvu of (lermuny an; belnK
clipped out. Ono hucIi work Iiuh
been found In thu county already hy
Hupt. ThoiiipHon uml ordered rum
edled mo oh to ho readublu hy tho
HtuduntH of thu hcIiooI.
An thu work Ih on thu library lists
nml obtainable' from thu Htutu library
UMoclallon, ll Is not entirely barred,
hut JiirI hucIi portion a aru not con
nldered true of thu proHunt coiiiIUIoiih
uxUtliiK in (lurinuny. '
(Prom Prldny'B Dally.)
With a view of lemlliiK Matu old
In thu coiiHtructlon of a tituto high
way hutwuuu Iloml and IlurnH, O, M.
Iluruutt, iiMMlntunt Htuto cnclneer, ar
rived In tho city Wcdncmlny nli;lit
anil wan met 1iy a delenutlon from
Hurim who will take him over tho
proponed route, pointing out tlm nd
vuntUKUH of hucIi a hlKhway to tho
people of Central uml Kotithuru Ore-
YuHturday Mr. Ilurnutt wbh takon
over thu DuHcliutUB county road hy
T. II. Poloy and JuiIko Wm. T.
llnrutH, and tit thu county lino wan
turned over to tlm Hums delegation
to complete thu trip Inland..
Thu duloKutlou from II urn which
mot .Mr. Ilurnutt hero wan compoHml
or O. I., HaiiH, J. Vlrll Moon mid
Harry Hmltli, all of them entlitmlaHtlc
worker for hotter liU;liwnyn mid
booMter for thu Htuto road JoIiiIiik
Iluml and thu Houthoru city.
WAR IS AWFUL
(Continued from 1'oku Ono.)
BEND POTATOES ARE
SHIPPED TO YAKIMA
FOODS TASTE nCTTER COOKED
TODACCO TASTES UETTElt
Since the day of the caveman, who
liked his meat raw, civilization has
learned n lot about the scientific treat
ment of tho things we oat.
Naturally none of us would now
prefer to have our meat raw, our o
tatoes.as they come from the uround,
our coffee unronstcd.
And naturally followa tho great dis
covery recently made by The Ameri
can Tobacco Co. -that tobacco taste
This wonderful new Iden simple
like- all great Inventions was first
used In producing the famous LUCKY
STRIKE Cigarette made of toasted
Hurley tobacco. ,
Hurley has n mellow flavor, entirely
different from tho tobacco usually
used (or cigarettes. It Is a pipe to
bucconndLUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes
taste like a pipe.
(From Krlilny'B Dally.)
DIhpIucIiik potatoes from Moutnua,
which aro ualil not to bo auywhoro up
to thu Htnndurd attained hy tho Con
tra! OroKou product, a carload of
potntouH ratHud near Iluml Ih belnK
Hhlppnd HiIh week to TuppoulBh,
WUBlllllKtOU, to ho UHUll n B BUUll. C.
H. Stunts of ToppenlHh Is tho uhlppur.
Mr. HtuutH la n brothor of W. II.
Htauta ami Ih hero thlu week makliiK
tho purchuso nml suulug to thu ship
ment. Hltr nttontlou wuh callod to
tho morltH ot tho lloud spud hy Ills
brothor, uml utter lookliiK uumplea
over ho Iiiih announced that thoy nro
far miporlor to tho Montana kind
MAN FINED FOR
(From Friday's Dally.)
Wm. Hodumnn was flnad 2G nml
costs In Judgo Knatoa' court yostor
dny for klckluir tho sou of Mrs, II.
Howard. According to thu toBtlmony
of Mm. Hownrd uu'd tho child, aov
ornl chtldron woro playliiK In tho
Btroot nonr whoro Itode'niun wnB dc
llvorliiK kooiIh. Ah ho paHsoil thorn
thoy nindo rumarkB about him, a nil
Hodomnn, hocomlnR ntiigry, cliuaod
thoii), cntchliiK tho Howard boy and
InfllctliiK thu punlHlimont, Mra.
Howard fllod tho complaint on which
ho was hallod tioforo tho court, Tho
boy was not aorlously Injured.
It i;ctB damn InnuHomu nml a letter
now and then help out a lot.
'"Have had Iota of excitement
lately. Havo ncen all kinds of ar
tillery duel, n few raids mid was
hit and my bend cut a llttlo by a
piece of nbrupnel.
"Thu AmurlcatiH aro holdltiB a Hec
tor on my left and a few nights ago
I went over for company and was
nrrcntud as a Qcrman spy. Ah I am
nil alone, hnva no company mid no
one knows mn so you can sco It
was not strmiRu I Rot picked up.
"Thut'B why It' so darn loneitomo.
Henlly, I don't need a thtiiK, Charlie.
Am not drlnkliiK at all. Am Riven a
quart of wine a day with tho Prunch
an rations, but don't drink It. I
Blmply don't care for It.
"Am navliiK all my coin for war
bonds. Hnvu two 1100 bonds now
and wnnt two more of tho next Issue.
If you folks can unve, so can I, and
wo nil must do It a thuro Is a Iiuik.
hard Jolt ahead.
"I like It hero mid really havo a
good time. Am fnt ns a Iior,
Tho Pronch nro Hlmply great. You
can't IiimkIho how good thoy nro to
mo. They would do anything. I
can't say for nil tho hoyH over here,
hut I um Hiiro nil of thorn want noth
Iiik hut mall and tho knowledge you
aro all well.
"I nm already nllntlng hnlf of my
pay for war bonds, mid out of the
balance hnvu J SO In my pocket ami
am koIiik to allot $20 n month more
for war bond. It will leave nm
$7 00 uml that Ih nil I need.
"Am In lino spirits nml know wo
aro going to win wo can't afford to
lou. With IttiHsIa practically an
aid to thu Ilocho wo huvo n Job
"Tho wnr Ih Blmply hell, yet tho
wonderful work done on tho front
"I llvo In n dugout (much like
your cellar), with nix feet of rock
overhead, with eight Frenchmen, It
is our living, sleeping nnd dining
qunrturri. It Ih nbout 12x6x6 nml
therefore crowded. Tho air la bad
ttt night, ns It is tightly closed on
account ot ruh. In tho dny It Is
dnrk, hut It'a Hnfo nnd It's fairly
comfortable much butter than most
Pronch or Americans hnvu.
"Toll anyone you ovor hoar say
Hint wo should fight in tho U. S.
that thoy nro crazy.
"Wo had thin war to fight, here
or thuro, and thank Ood U'b hero.
When ono booh tho hundreds ot cities
tho hIzo of Iloml absolutely wiped
out, tho buildings simply dust; when
ho sees tho womon doing tho nion'a
work, sens tho children that huvo no
homes nml knows nt tho glrlH nnd
womon first rnpod nnd thon klllod
that's whon ho cnu thank God It's
ovor hero, not homo.
"Wo havo u mnn hero, n Pronch-
ninu, nml ho Is n pencil ot n mnn
to mo. Ills homo town and his homo
uro J simply gone; IiIb fathor nnd
mother murdered, nnd his flauco
first ravished, thon klllod. Whon I
roo thnt mnn, don't you Imaglno I
fool bettor keeping my folks nnd my
friends from auoh treatment than I
could if It hnd nlrondy occurred nnd
"You can Jimt thank Ood wo nro
ovor horo now mid that Now York,
Ilostoii nnd boiuo moro places aro not
in rutiis nnd our folks nuirdorod.
"A raid Is n wonderful thing. It'a
gouornly pullod off nt night nnd
thon tho hoavona nro all ablazo with
urtlllory flro and tho nolso la deafening.
We wish to notify the public that on
and after May 1 Gasoline and Shop Work
will be cash. We are compelled to make
this rule owing to present existing con
ditions and high cost of labor and materials
Furthermore, we would greatly appre
ciate it if car owners would endeavor to
make their purchases of gasoline and sup
plies within reasonable hours.
CENT-ORE. MOTOR CO.
"Tlm llfo is not bo bad except for 'COMMISSIONER MILLER
tho Infantry. They deserve all tho
glory when It's all ovor. Tho rest
of ub nro necesary, ovon moro so
than Infantry, hut thoy stnnd tho
hard gaff without Bqueallng. Of
courao thoy crab whon they comu In
woru out, wot, hungry and cold, but
ns Boon nH they gut fixed up thoy aro
nt It again.
"Just to show you rent patriotism,
tho French spend odd nnd spnro mo
ments in making souvenirs to sell
mid doiinto tho money for tho war.
"Cnn we, who hnvo not had our
homes nnd property devastated, af
ford to do less mid tho French sol
dier gets 0 cents a day.
"Toll all tho boys to savo their
coin to loan to tho U. S. mid help
win tho war.
"Also tell Percy that I look at
ninny thnlgs from a now standpoint;
that I am learning to control my
touipor, and that I havo no hard feel-
lugs aignlnst anyono except tho
Ilocho, mid thnt I npologlzo for ninny
ot tho things I hnvo Bald.
"Can't tell you nbout my work,
It Ih sort ot secret in a way. I cnn
say this much, that I was tho first
American aoldlor In this department
to go to tho front. Officers had gono,
but I wiis tho first enlisted man.
"Tho work Is vory Interesting nnd
vory important. Was at an Kngllsh
school two mouths boforo I camo up
'"I Bout you n postal front Now
York, also a letter from Franco bo
foro this one.
"Say 'hollo' to nil tho boys and that
I am going to do my very best to
help ond It mid beat It bnck to Sis
tore, but no mora water Jobs for mo.
Whon this war is ovor I hnvo finished
"Thl8 Is a regular novo), but It'a
n long tlmo botwoou drinks. Ilest
rognrda to Mrs. atst, Frank, Percy,
Altkins nnd ovory ono.
So long, Cnsoy.
SQT. GEOUQK II. BREWSTER,
F. Soctlon No. 1, P. O. 729,
A. K. F., Franco.
"P. S. I will tako bnck ono
thing. I would like n bottlo ot
Waterman's fountain pen ink or a
tubo of Wntorman'8 ink tablets, I
cannot buy thorn hero.
Cut Tills Out It Ih Worth Money.
tc nm?i? tixtp T?nr t "pt?! dont miss 'this, cut out this
IS OI ERATING ROLLbK- p encoso wIth flvo cents o Fo(jy
" . ,. . & Co.. 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago.
(From Saturda a Dally.) m wrJUnR nanj0 am, addrcsa
C. II. Miller, county commissioner. cIearly. You w, recclve ,n return a
Is nlternatlng wfIth Mr. Dlnsmoro of j trial package containing Foley's
the Oregon Trunk In tho operation Honey and Tar Compound, tor
.i. ..... .ii. .. ,1,. i,. hi), : coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kid
of the steam roller on the state hlgh-.Jiey j,, am, po, Ca'thartl Tab.
way In tho vicinity of Pilot Uutte. iet8. gold ovorywhero.
HOW ARE THESE FOR
Fancy Alfalfa - - 22c per 100 lbs
Red Clover - - 30c per 100 lbs
Mammoth Red Clover, 29c 100 lbs
Sweet Clover - 27c per 100 lbs
HHi: (JOT GOOD UK8UITO.
This honost testimony from n
woman who has aufforod should ho
hoodod by all afflicted with backache,
rhoumatto pains, or nuv svnintom ot
kldnoy nnd blnddor troublo: "I havo
got such good rosultB from Foloy
Kldnoy Pills that I sloop much bettor.
Mrs, Chns. Gray, 270 Sixth St., De
troit, Mich," Sold ovorywhero.
REMEMBER We will only be able to to
. furnish seeds nt these prices for a short time
Phone Us Your Order
That we may reserve your quantity.
Bend Hardware Co.