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MDHD BUMJCTIN, HUJO), OKMOOPT, THURSDAY, MAY Iff, !!
FOUR L IDEAL
DISTRICT 2 DIRECTOR
SPEAKS IN WOODS.
Hitter Attack on I. V, XV. .Made by
W. 1). Hinllii at HIiovJIii.I llxou
Camp ilAmil .Mill 1'rnUcd
for Treat in cut jf Men.
(Krorn Friday's Dally.)
Dkotchlng Hi" litntory and outlin
ing tho alum of I ho Loyal Loglon of
Loggers nnd Lumbermen, W. D.
Hnilth, cinployo member of tliu board
of directors, District No, 2, speaking
ut Hhovlln-Hlxon Cnmp 1, Inst night,
declared that tho Loyal Legion will
'not slop with the lumhur InduHtry,
but thnt olinllnr organisations of om
' ployors and oniploycn will ho formed
throughout tho country. Alrondy, ho
doolarod, capital and labor In Grout
Ilrltaln aro koUIiik together aloiiK
those nnmo IIiiom.
Mr, Hnilth, who for several yimni
was a member of tho Central Labor
council of Han Francisco and of
Portland, assorted that tho things
which orgnnUod labor ban fought
for during tho Inst 30 years aro now
being granted without a protein
through tho Loyal Legion. "Tho
Tour L'n In founded on tho principle
of a squnro dual for employer and
employe," ho declared.
Mr. Hnilth had nothing but praliio
for tho conservative, Mlucuru union
man, mentioning Otto Hnrtwlg, prcsl
dent of tho Htnto Federation of
Labor, an an official who ban bmin
sacrificing greatly to protect labor
against radlcalliini and to provldu
betterment of conditions.
For tho I. W. W tho speaker
could not find strong enough word
of condemnation. Unfair to their
follow employe an well an to their
employer, (hoy will not bo tolerated
by (ho Loyal Luglon, ho said, em
phasizing that tho Four L'h In flnt.
but and all tho tlmo American.
Mr. Hmlth spoko highly of condl-
tloni found at tho cnmp of Tho
Hhovlln-Hlxon Company and tho
Ilrooks-Hcnnlnu Lumber Co,,' declar
ing them to bo tho bent ha had found
In tho entlro northwest. Ho recom
mended, as his only MiggeHtlou,
bolter ventilation In tho bunkhounim.
Following tho nddrens, tho local
held a special election for tho solec
tlon of a conference chairman, the
former Incumbent having resigned.
In n closely contented vote, Tom
Lyonti wns choson for tho position.
Do li remembered that n regular
term of tho county court of Dos
chuteti county wan begun and livid
al tho court limine In jinnil. In mild
county on Wednesday. May 7, 1IIU,
and from day to day thureaftjur dur
ing tho continuance of said term,
when woro present: V, 1), HarneH,
county judge; Hetli Htookoy, county
.y jcommlHNlnnnr; O. II. Miller, county
cfrmmlsslonor; J. II .Hnnor, clerk;
H. 13. ItobortH, sheriff.
Tho court convened at 10 o'clock
a, m., whereupon tho following pro
ceeding were had, lowlt:
Carl Lanioii Iloud Petition A pe
tltlon wan presented at thin lime
signed by Carl LarHOii and thirty pe
titioner, miking that a road bo open
ed an Htuted In said petition, Tho
petition being accompanied by uuf
llclont bond and affidavit of pouting
road policed iiIho accompanying mild
. V petition, the hiiiiiu wan referred
tho dlHtrlct attorney iw to form
A romoilMtriinco WUH filed at this
tlmo UHkliu; that tho above petition
miu) think hed
have hetkr sense
says Big Brodj
"Tim isn't cxtrnvajjunt,
exactly, but he don't
know what to buy. Ho
nims to let tho biggest
plug for his money.
"IIo would get renf
with Genuine Gravely
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed inpoucfu
bo denied, Homo wn abio roforrod to
tho dlntrlct attorney,
In tho Matter of thn Frank Tattl
road. Thin mutter coming before tho
court tho following lottor from tho
county Hiirveyor wan read:
Iloud, Oregon, May 7, 1010,
Tho Honorable County Court,
Deschutes County, Oregon,
In tho matter of tho Frank Tattl
road, tho petition having boon re
ferred to mo, I find that a portion of
tho road will bo on t lib lino between
DenchuteH and Crook counties, which
fact deiuandH that all procedure on
tho name bo made by Joint action of
tho two countloH, Including two
board of viewers and tho Hurvoy to
bo made by tho county surveyor of
both countleii,. I therefore deferred
tho survey and vlowlng of tho road
until a later dato, At tho tme thin
situation camo to my notice, tho dis
trict attorney wan abiient from Ilond
and wan unable to get IiIh Jnstruc
tlonit In tho matter, however, tho Htn
Into In plain on tho xubject and 1 let
tho mutter go ovor.
HOIIKIIT II, COULD,
0. L, Hardy of Alfalfa appeared
before tho court and reported several
defective brldgoit In that neighbor
hood, Tho matter won referred to
Commissioner Heth Htookoy.
Tho court then adjourned to meet
at 1:30 p, m. name dato.
Tho court reconvened at 1:30 p.
m., name dato, the nnmo memborH
present an at tho morning Reunion.
Tumulo Avenue Ilrldgo AcroitM tho
DenchuteH Itlver. The stream com
mllteo or tho City Council or IJond,
appeared before tho Court at thin
tlmo relative to tho roimlrliic or ro-
building tho Tumalo avenue bridge
acronH tho DenchuteH river. After
duo connlderatlon ll wan ordered
that tho county will go "flfty-nrty"
on a now bridge. Cotnnilnnlonor C
11. Miller wan appointed by tho court
to moot with Councilman J. c.
IthodcH, relative to plana and sped
flcatlonn for u now bridge. A call for
bid on tho name will bo made by
City Bowngo DlNponiil Plant Itoad.
A sworn petition having been re
ceived from J, A. Knnten, mayor of
tho city or Uend, which In an fol
town: To tho Honorable County Court,
or Denchuten county, Oregon:
Now com oh tho city or Uend, u mu
nicipal corporation of Dcschutcn
county, Oregon, by J, A. Hasten, tho
mayor of said city, and ronpcctfully
hIiowh and petitions an follows:
That nnld city In the owner of n
tract of land containing approximate
ly ib acren, located In the NV4 or the
HWi;, or ncctloii 27, townnhlp 17
nouth, rnngolS eant, V. M, which
nuld tract Ih lined uh a farm and mu
nicipal Nowago dlnpouit plant.
That mild farm and nowago din
ponal plant In not, at tho prenonl
time, reached by any public road pro
vided by law, and that It Ih Decennary
that tho public and agents of nuld
city Hhull have Ingrcssind egrenn
to and from mild tract. That tho
most convenient and available route
to reach nnld tract In dencrlbud uh
Commencing at tho nouth went
corner of tho Si: V, of tho NYV1',, of
ncctloii 27, twp. 17 nouth, range 12
eant, W. M., thence north an nearly
an practicable for a quarter of a mile,
thence by the mont practicable route
la a Koiiernl northwesterly direction
to tho Intersection with tho IJond
I'rlnevlllii fond: thai 20 reel In n
sufficient width for such proponed
road or gateway.
"Wherefore, your petltlouor proya
that the honorable county court pro
ceed forthwith to lay out and oh
tahllah tho road or gateway nbovo
I dencrlbud twenty feel In width.
J. A. BASTES.
Therefore In neenrdanco with
Chapter C307 of tho 1017 road lawn
of Oregon,, the following board or
vlewom wan appointed to view h4d
road, on May 0, 1019, or within tho
proper tlmo thoreoflor: County Sur
veyor It, 11 Oould, J, C. Thorp and
F. M, LowIh.
In the Matter or Fixing a Tempor
ary Comity Seat for DenchuteH coun
ty, State or Oregon. It appearing to
tho court at UiIh tlmo that Uend, Ore
gon wiia fixed an tho temporary
county neat of DcBchuteH county, Ore
gon, at the tlmu of the creation of
Hald DenchuteH county out of Crook
county, and Unit a permanent county
neut for nuld D irhuten county should
have been vol d upon by tho people
at tho next general election there
after, which wuh not done, now,
therefore, In view of tho promises
IT 18 HBItBIJY CONSIDBUKD,
OHDBUWD AND ADJUDGKD that
Dead, Oregon bo and tho nuinu here-
hv Ih flxml unit continued nH the ti5m
porary Heat of Doschutca county,
and spend less money
Oooil tuitc, tmnller chew,
louder Ufa it what inakcitJen-
iilnu Gravely cot lei to thew
than ordinary plug.
for hokltt on (hewing plug.
Orogon, until tho noxt onoral elec
Dalod at Uend, DchcIiuIch county,
Oregon, thin 7th day of May, UiO.
V. D, JIAIlNKfl,
C. II. MILLIOlt,
Dlnburnemunt or Monies o Hchool
Dlntrlctn, At thin tlmo tho follow
ing letter wuh prenented to tho county
court by tho county nchool HUperln
tendont: Dupartinont of Education, Hulom,
May 1, 1010.
To tho County Judge:
Helow you will find a copy of
Chapter 400 of tho Oonoral lawn or
Oregon for 1010:
Section 1. Tho county troanureni
or tho neveral countlcfl shall bo tho
CUHtodlann of all nchool dlntrlct
Sec. 2, Such funds shall bo din
burned only by tho county treasur
ers or tho sevornl countlen, only upon
warrants drawn upon such county
treasurers by tho board or. directors
or tho respective nchool districts In
tho manner now provided by law;
provided, that this act shall apply to
nil counties or thin ntato unless tho
county court shall by order entered
on record, elect not to come under
the provlnlonn or thin ect.
You will notice 1iy the provisions
or thin act that tho county treaimrcr
becomes tho custodian or alt school
district funds uulesH the county
court nliall by order entered on record
elect not to coma under tho provl
nlonn or thin net. That Is to say that
ir tho county court taken no action
tho county trcoHuror will becomo cus
todian or all school money und tho
teachers salaries und nil claims
against tho school district will bo
paid through tho offlco or tho county
Tho nctn or tho 1019 legislature
go Into effect on May 20, I am send
ing you thin notice that you may have
tlmo to decide which plan you pre
fer to adopt for your county.
Vory truly yours,
J. A. CHUItCHILL,
Superintendent of Public
Superintendent Thompson, rcport
Ine to tho court that tho present
systam or having the clerks or tho
neveral school dlntrlctn or tno county
dlsbunio their own nchool funds
In entirely satisfactory, It In
Hereby ordered by tho court that
Deschutes county will elect not to
change their presont systom and
elect not to como under tho provi
sions or the new law.
VnlT Dnnlelkkl Couniy Itoad.
At this time In presented tho ro
port or vlowoni on thq Danlolskl road.
IJond, Ore, May i, liti'J.
Tho Honorable County Court or Do-
schulcn County, Oregon.
In tho mutter or tho Walter Danlcl
nkl county roud, wo, tho undersigned
hoard or viewers, did upon tho 25th
day or April, 1019, view out and sur
vey tho sold roud. Wo round a
practical route and do therefore rec
ommend tho establishment or tho
name us a county road.
Tho benefits enjoyed by tho es
tablishment of this road by nil
parties being greater than tho dnin
ages, wo recommend that no damages
bo allowed la connection therewith.
It. n. OOULD,
F. II. MAY,
J. D. 1JOWMAN.
Hoard of Vlowors.
Ileport being favorable, reading
was hud for the first time.
Carl Ijirxon County ltoail.
Tho petition or Carl Larson, et at.,
linking for a county roud an net forth
In said petition wan accepted nnd ap
proved by (ho district attorney as to
form. A remount ranco had been
filed against mild petition. It appear
I up tlinrefrnm tlmt n Inrctt ntimlinr
or nauioH, namely 10, on said remou-
ntrauco woro persons who had signed
the said road petition, and therefor,
are barred from being reinonstmt
oru, leaving n less uumbor renion-l
Htrutorn than there nro petitioners.
Also two remount rat oru woro found '
not to bo free lioldora within said
rond district. I
It Ih ordered that petition bo grant
ed nnd tho board or viewers bo up-1
pointed, county surveyor, J. C. Thorp J
nnd P. M. Lowls, to meet at point of
boglunlng or nuld rond, 10 a, m.,
Hopalr of Tethemw llrldgv.
Tho matter or repairing tho Tcth-
orow brldgo being presented to tho
court by K. P Hnwson or llodmond,
Oregon, after discussion It was or
dored Hint $an0.00 bo allowed by tho
court for tho repair of nnmo. This
amount la to bo placed nt the dis
posal ot Commissioner C. II. Miller,
to lib used nt tho proper tlmu In
the summer, whon tho condition ot
tho river warrants.
Muliitcnnnro Agreement, Oregon
Htnto Highway Commission,
A contract nnd maintenance agree
ment having been received from tho
Oregon stutu highway commission,
relative to tho maintenance and ro
pair of stato roads within tho county,
nftor duo consideration and discus
sion, It is ordered that said contract
aa rocolved from the commission bo
and tho tmmu Is horoby accented and
returned to tho commission for their
approval und acceptance.
Tho court then adjourned to moot
nt 1:30 p. in.. May 8, 1919.
W. D 1JAUNKS, Judgo.
J. 11. HANEIt. Clorlc.
Tho court-reconvened nt 1:30 p.
m., May 8, 1919, for tho furthor con
uldorntlou of county business.
Onler Culling Hpoclnl Election.
In tho mnttor of tho Issuance of
homlH by Desohutea county for tho
purpo.su ot raising money to bo
used for tho construction and
malntonnuco ot pormanont roads
In tho county.
WhorotiB. n numbor of roglstorod
votora ot Dosohutes county equal to
l-20th ot tho greatest numbor of
votes cant In thu county at tho noxt
procodlng gonoral election for any
norson for Judgo of tho supremo court
huvo petitioned tho county court
asking thnt a npoclal olcctlon shall
be called for tho purposo of sub
mitting to tho votors of tho county
tho question of Issuing bond ror tho
purposo or raising money to bo used
for tho construction and maintenance
or permanent roads In tho county;
Whereas, said petition did set out
nnd specify tno amount or bonds pro
posed to do Issued, to-wlt: One
Hundred and Twenty-FIvo Thousand
Dollars ($125,000), tho length or
tlmo thoy shall run, to-wlt:
118,000 for four (4) years from
dato of Isauo;
$18,000 for five (G) yearn from
data of Issue;
$18,000 for six (0) years from
dato or Issue;
$18,000 ror seven (7) years rrom
dato at Issue;
$18,000 ror eight (8) years rrom
dale or Issue;
$18,000 ror nlno (9) yearn rrom
dato of Issuo;
$17,000 for ten (10) yearn from
dato of Issuo;
and tho maximum rata of Interest
thoy shall bear, to-wlt: Not to ex
ceed fire and one-half (C"4) per
cent per annum; nnd
Whereas, each petitioner did sign
his own name to tho petition, tho
precinct In which ho resides and bis
postofflce address noted opposlto his
Whereas, said petition did In nil
things conform to tho requirements
of tho Mtututo in such cuno mado and
provldod, to-wlt: Chapter 103,
General Laws of Oregon, 1913; and
Whereas, heretofore on tho 8th
day or May, 1919, said petition was
filed with the county clerk and on
this tho 8th day of May, 1919, said
last named data being the noxt reg
ular acnslon or tho county court, said
petition was duly presented to tho
county court: and
Whereas, the county court did ex
amine said petition as soon us it was
so presented; and
Whereas, tho county court Is satis
fled that said petition substantially
conforms to tho requirements of tho
statuto In such case mado and pro
vided and particularly section 3 of
said Chapter 103, General Lawn of
Oregon, 1913, and contains tho names
and postofflce addresses of tho re
quisite number of voters as required
by section & or said chapter 103;
Whereas, tho county court deems
It for the best Interest of tho county
that a special election bo called and
hold for the purposo as specified In
tho petition; now, therefore, It Is
Ordored that a special election bo
called and held In Deschutes county
for Uio purposo as specified In tho
petition at a tlmo now and herein
fixed by the court, to-wlt: Tuesday,
Juno 3, 1919, which said dato Is not
less than 20 nor moro than 40 daya
after tho dato of making this order;
and It Is further
Ordered that tho amount of tho
proposed bonded Indebtedness shall
bo One Hundred Twenty-FIvo Thou
IN THE GARDEN
ihtkHSkMsyystftW j J
Plants cannot thrive with their
rootsin water. Soil most bo well
drained If garden crops nro to suc-cocd.
Thorough preparation of tho soil
bo faro tho plants aro sot In tho gar
den reduces tho amount of cultiva
tion necessary while tho crop Is
It doo3 not always pay to bo In
too great a hurry la transplanting
house grown tomato or pepper plants
to tho gardon. A tow cold ulghta
muy chill thorn mid more tlmo bo
lost than If thoy nro not set out un
til tho weather is warm,
Garden laud inclined to bo wot
should bo thoroughly drained boforo
crops nro planted upon It. If tllo
drains or opon dltchoa cannot bo pro
vided, tho noxt best thing la to plant
tho crops on Blight ridges, so as to
get tholr roots'abovo tho water tablo
l,u tho soil.
Loose nnd sandy soil may bo
packed slightly ovor tho soeds. If
tho ground Is vory dry, a llttlo wntor
muy bo sprinkled In between tho tur
rows boforo tho seeds nro planted.
Heavy clay soils aro likely to form
n crust ovor tho seeds after rains.
Thn crust should bo broken, so that
tho seeds can como through.
sand Dollars ($12G,fc00), tho mnxl
mum rata of Interest It shall bear
shall not oxceod flvo and ono-half
(G'4) per cent., nnd tho particular
roads within tho county which nro
to bo built and lmprovod by tho
money so raised, and tho minimum
amount to bo expended on nuch road
nnd whoro located within tho county,
giving tho beginning and terminus
thereof, aro as follows;
$20,000 on "Tho Sisters-Redmond
Highway." From tho Crook county
lino east of Itcdmond at tho S. K.
corner of section 13, township M 5 8.
Itnno 13 iK. W. M by way of Itcd
mond to CHno Falls, to tho S. W.
corner of section 4, township 1G 8.
Knngo 10 K. W. M.. Approximately
$G000 on "Tho .Lower Uridgc
Torrobonno Highway." Ucglnnlng
at tho center of section 7, township
14 8. Jlnngo 12 E. W. M to tho
center of section 1C, township 14 8.
Hnngo 13 E, W. M. Approximately
$G000 on "Tho JJond-Qrango Hall
Highway."- From JJend to tho N E
corn.orof section 19, township 17 8.
Ilango 13 E. W. M. Approximately
$00,000 on "Tho Dalles-Caliror-nlar
Highway." Ucglnnlng at tho
N. E. corner or tho N. W. uuarter
of tho N. W. quarter or section 3.
township 14 S. Itango 13 E. W. M..
by wny ot Tledmond, Uend nnd end-
Ins at tho Intersection of tho De
schutes-Klamath county lino at tho
point of Intersection of Tho Dalles
California highway. Approximately
$3G,000 on "Tho Dcnd-Lnno Coun
ty, Through Sisters, and the Bend-
uurns Highway. Commencing at a
point on tho Deschutes county-La no
county lino at the Intersection with
tho road connecting tho Willamette
valley with eastern Oregon by way
of tho MacKcnzIo river, MacKcnzio
pass to Bond, hy way of Sisters,
Tumalo and Uend over tho road from
Uend to Durns to tho point ot Inter
section of said road with tho Do-Bchutcs-Haroey
county line, being ap
proximately 110 mllen. And It Is
Ordered that tho county clerk do
causo tho necessary notices (o be
printed for tho aforesaid election,
that ho mall two of said notices to
each Judgo and each clerk of election
In each precinct with Instructions
relative to the legal posting thereof,
and that ho provide the necessary
poll books, tally sheets, ballot boxes,
ballots and other necessary supplies
for tho proper holding of said elec
tion, and thnt ho do and perform
such other acts and things as may
bo requisite, necessary or convenient
for the proper holding or the afore
said election in accordance with law.
Dono and dated this 8th day or
W D. BARNES.
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I ijiiLEi I
1 OB I
JUDGE ELLIS I
1 1 1-2 miles cast of Bend
1 At one o'clock sharp I
Tho matter ot claims against tho
county coming up for consideration
it was ordered that claims Nos. 3512
to 3527, Inclusive, Nos. 3G29 to 3547,
Inclusive, Nos. 36G0 to 3366, Inclus
ive, Nos. 3G68 to 3G72, as shown on
pages 128 and 129 of tho Docket of
Claims, be and tho same aro hcroby
allowed, and tho clerk Is instructed
to Issuo his warrants In payment
Court then adjourned to meet Sat
urday, May 10, 1929.
W. D. BAIINES, Judgo.
J. II. HANEU, Clerk.
She Find Herself Much lJctter.
Lama back, rheumatic pains, stiff
ness and soreness in muscles and
Joints can be quickly relieved. Mrs.
L. Wayne, 2726 3rd St., Ocean Park.
Cal., writes: "I used to have pains
In my right hip. 1 could hardly turn
in bed. Now I find I am much bettor
by using Foley Kidney Pills. Like
wise, pains in my back left." Sold