J5C-2ir JjMlfejWm iMMHUftMWWHRWWp'wpw im'fmt nM vb 4 ,.. i. Pnta ! DEN!) lHJLIiKTIN, 11KNP, 0KK0.ON, THURSDAY, BHITKMnKU 4, 1010 - - ,-,. MONDELL BILL IS ATTACKED MHASURK OX WHICH IIKXHAM FAM.S DEVELOPMENT WILL DEPEND TO OET I.ITTLK UK- I'MJUCAN support. WASHINGTON, . C, Aug. 28. That tho Lane-Mondoll soldlor land bill will liavo Httlo support from thb' republicans in tho houso was ovldenccd 'yesterday when tho pro posed measure Was bitterly attackod in tho courao' of a houso debate, af ter Mondoil had made a speech In its favor. Oppononts of tho bill seemed to carry n majority of Re publican sentiment with them. Particularly sharp criticism was voiced by Scott, of Michigan, nnd White of Kansas, both republicans. Tho measure was dofonded by Sln nott, of Oregon, and Smith, of Idaho, who" harrassed tho opposition with questions. Mondoil declared that tho question is one that Congress must meet, and that it would bo a "tcrriblo indictment" If nothing Is done to carry out promises to aid roturnlng soldiers who wnnt lauds. Tho Lano-Mondell bill is tho one which' is intended to provldo for the construction of the Benham Falls storngo reservoir, provided a favor nblo report is turned in to the U. S. Reclamation service BEND HIGH ALUMNI WILL GIVE DANCE To arrange plans for a dancing party to be given In tho near future, members of tho Rend High School Alumni association will meet to night at tho homo of Miss Janiece Simpson. Offlcors of tho organiza tion, just elected include: Robert K. Inncs, president; Miss Carol Boyd, secretary, and Miss Fay Do- yarmond, treasurer. i Put It in TtiQ, ItMllctin. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS 118,000 sovon (7) yoars from dnto of Issue; $13,000 eight (8) years from dnto of Issuo; $1S,000 nluo (9) yours from dnto of issuo; $17,000 ton (10) yours from dnto of Issuo. wltlio interest at not to ex ceed flvo and one-half per cent per annum to provldo tor permanent road construction n majority of tho voters voting at such election did vote in favor of issuing such bonds, tho vote thereon being is follows; Yes: 682 votes; No: 101 votes; Majority In favor of Issuing bonds; G21 votes; and It is further ordered Hint this ordor declaring tho fact that n innjorlty of tho voters voting nt such election did vote In favor of issuing such bonds shall bo entered In tho jourunl of tho Coun ty Court nnd shall bo absolutely concluslvo ns to tho regurlnrlty of all proceedings In rcforenco to tho mat- tor; and It Is further hereby order ed nnd designated that tno amount of tho total assessed valuation of nil tho proporty within tho County is 6,2C1,32S: nnd the amount of all tho previous debts and liabilities of said County Insured for road pur poses nnd remnlnlng unpaid Is $ uono. Dono and dated this Gth day of June, 191!). W. D. Unrnes, County Judgo. C. II. Miller, County Commts sloner. Seth Stookcy, County Co in mis sloner. Attest: J. II. Tinner. County Clerk Payment of Judge nutl Clerks of Election. This matter coming an at this timo to bo heard, upon tho certifi cate of tho County Clerk, showing services rendered by Judges and Clorks of Election, nnd duly ontorod on pages 134, 135, 13C nnd 137, and having been duly considered, it is ordered, that the Clerk bo and ho hereby Is Instructed to issuo war rants in payment of said claims. Court then adjourned to moot Juno 25. 1919. W. D. Rarncs. County Judgo. Attest: J. H. Honor, County Clerk. Bend, Oregon. Juno 25, 1919. Tho County Court re-convonod Juno 25. 1919, pursunnt to adjourn ment, nil members being present, whereupon tho Court wont Into re cess for tho day during which n gen eral examination of roads was made In tho field until 2:00 o'clock in tho afternoon, when tho Court reconven ed forthe consideration of clnlms. io order was mnuo therein and tho Court was adjourned to Juno 2Cth, 1919, nt ten o'clock in tho forenoon. W. I). Barnes, County Judgo. Attest: J. II. Hnner, County Clork. Bond, Oregon, Juno 20, 1919. County Court reconvened Juno 20. 1919, nt ten o'clock in tho forenoon. thoro being present W. D. Barnes. County Judge. C. H. Miller, Commis sioner, J. II. Haner, Clerk, nnd S. E. Roberts. Shorlff. Tho dny ws occupied In tho con sideration of claims against tho County, nnd no order was mado therein, and the Court adjourned to Juno 27, 1919, at tun o'clock in tho forenoon. W. D. Barnes, County Judgo. t Attest: J. II. Haner. County Clerk. Bend". Oregon, Juno 27. 1919. County Court rcconvenod Juno 27, 1919, at ten o'clock In tho forenoon when were present: W. D. Bnrnos, County Judge. C. II. Miller. Commissioner. J. II. Hnner. Clerk. S. E. Roberto. Shorlff. In tho matter of claims presented whoreusj heretofore at tho time nnd (for payment. In tho maunor provided by law tho It Is now orderod by tho Court votes cast at said special election that tho following claims entered In liavo been canvaued In tho samo .to Claim Docket on pages 138 nnd manner as a gonoral election; and.1 139 be and the same tiro lioreby al wheroas. tho County Court has hero- j lowed, and tho Clork is Instructed toforo found from tho election re-to issuo his warrants In payment turns and tho canvass tboreof that therefor. to-wR: Claims No. 3C7t u majority of tho voters voting ntjund 3675; 3077, 2G79 to 3687 Inclu- sucli election did vote in favor of is- sivo; 3689 to 3691 Inclusive; 3693 which are horeto attached and mnrje ed "Exhibit D" nud "Exhibit C;" and whereas, on said, 3rd day of June, 1919, no special 3rd day of June, 1919, no special election had been held In Deschutes County In any one year: and whereas, on said 3rd day of June, 1919 said election was conducted in tho same manner as a goneral .elec tion, and tho Judges nud Clerks ap pointed for tho next preceding gen oral cloction did act as Judges and Clerks at such special election; and In tho matter of thb tmymonl of clntm of Ed Brosturhoun., It appearing tn thu Court thnt nu error hns boon made tn tho payment of tho claim of Ed Bronterhous for tho construction of bouchos for tho Circuit Court room, nud that warrant therefore has bueu Issued to Miller Lumber Co,, as part of tho rotul fund account. It Is ordered, that tho Clork be and no hereby Is Instructed to recolvo from tho Miller Lumber Company thu sum of $60.29, and to pay tho same Into tho Bond Fund of tho County In correction of said error. In tho matter of tho petition of August llnllhorg tn cross highway. This mutter comes on to bo hoard upon tho duly verified petition of August Hallborg for leave of tho Court to construct n Syphon under tho Ovid W. 11. Rlloy County Hand uoar tho South lino of Section 8, In Township 17, South, Rnngu 13 East Wlllnmotto Meridian, and It appear ing to tho Court from tho rocommon dntlons, In writing, of tho County surveyor tiled heroin thnt such peti tion bo granted, It Is therefore; ordered by tho Court that said Au gust Hallborg bo and ho Is authoris ed to construct a woodon syphon, with nu opening not loss than 8x12 Inches in nren, nnd so constructed ns to prevent leakage, to bo 36 feet, in length, nnd constructed nt tho point stated In raid petition, to. wit. uonr tho South Hue of Sec. S Tp. 17, R. 12. Tho Court then adjourned for the term. Attest: J. II. Hnnor, County Clork. V. D. Barnes, County Judgu. suing such bonds; nnd. whereas, said County Court finds that overy re quirement of law relating to tho said election has been duly compiled with in tho form, at tho times and In tho maunor required by law; now, therefore, It is hereby ordered and declared thut nt tho special election held in Deschutes County, Oregon. on tho 3rd dny of June, 1919, under. to 3697 Inclusive to 3757 Inclusive entered on pago 138 of tho claim docket. That tho claims prosontod for constructive mlleago for carry ing election returns be din-allowed, nnd that such claims bo allowed as for only ono sorvlco nnd not two, to-wlt: 3702. 3703, 3704, 3706, 3710, 3715. 3710 and 3718 to 3722 Inclusive. That tho following claims und pursuant to tho provisions of i bo allowed, to-wlt: 3705. 3708. 3700. chopter 103, gonoral laws of Oregon, 3713, 3714, 3723, 3724. 3729, to 1913, to determine whether there 1736 inclusive; 3739 to 3760 Inclu Hhull bo Issued bonds of Deschutes sivo. That the following claims bo Qounty to tho amount of tho ono continued to the next mooting, to-wlt hundred twenty-five thousand dol- 3676, 3678, 3698 3699, 3725 3729 hi lars ($125,000) to mature as fol- elusive. That tho following claims bo lows; continued for tho further order of $18,000 four (4) yoaro from date tho Court, to-wlt: No. 3CSS. .infi2. ,..: i--. . : -..--.-- ui looua. $18,000 flvo (C) years from dato of issue; 18,000 six (6) yeara from dato of Issue; ' J ' 3694 and 3737. Thnt tho following claims be disallowed to-wlt: No. 3743 and No. 3711. nnd thut claim No. 3738 for $25.00 be allowed at $17.50. mM aa "ararar MaYaYaYaW aYf FROM CALIFORNIA CRUDE Zerolene is correctly refined from selected California crude oil. It meets with scientific ac curacy the lubrication needs of all types of au tomobile engines. Get a Corriect Lubrication Chart for your car. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) Bo It remotubored thnt n regular term of tho County Court of Dos chutes County, Oregon, was begun nnd hold nt tho Court Housu in Bend, Oregon, on Woducsdny, July ind, 1919, nnd from dny to day thereafter during tho conttnunnco of tho term, when wore present. W, D. Barnes, County Judgo. C. II. Miller, County Commis sioner. Soth Stookoy, County Commts sloner. J. II. Haner, County Clork. S. E. Roberts, Sheriff. Whereupon tho following proceed ing wero had, to-wlt: In tho mutter of tho petition of Carl Inrson. and others for tho es tablishing of n county road. This matter comes on to be heard upon tho petition of Cnrl Larson nud others for tho establishing of n County road, whereupon It was ord ered that tho petition and notices bo referred to tho District Attorney for his opinion, und that ho bo and hereby Is requested to file a report of his findings on or before July 16, 1919. In the matter of tho remonstrance filed against tho petition of Carl Larson nnd others for tho establish ing of u county road. This matter comes on to bo heard, and was referred to tho District At torney for Jils opinion us to legality. In tho matter of tho potitlon of Carl Larson and others for tho estab lishing of n county road. And now comes on this mattor, to bo heard upon tho oral statements of W. II. Daggett, attorney for tho petitioners, for leave to withdraw from the files tho Petition fur such road, tho notice of hearing, und tho undertaking for costs, and It appear ing to the Court that the petition filed in said mattor does not In any particular comply with the require ment of law, It Is orderod by the Court, that said potitlon, notice, nud undertaking bo nnd tho samo nro lioreby ordered to be withdrawn from tho further consideration of the Court. In the matter of claims against the county. Ordered that tho following olnlms bo und tho samo ure hereby audited mid allowed, and tho Clerk Is In structed to Issuo his warrants In pay ment thoreof, to-wlt: Claims number 3761 to No. 3779 Incluslvo; No. 3782 to 3(84 Inclu sive. No. 378C, 3787, No. 3792 to No. 3801 incluslvo No. 3803 und No, 3801. Claims No. 3780 was continued for further information. Claims No. 3781 was allowed $8.20. Claim No. 3785 was nllowcd $12.50. Claim No. 3788 was allowed nt $160.00. Claim No. 3789 $101.25. Claim No. 3790 $81.50. Claim No. 3791 $38.25. And tho Clork Is Instructed to Is suo his warrants in payment thereof according to this ordor. Claim No. 3802 is disallowed. In tho matter of appropriations for Agricultural Fairs. And now comes on this matter to bo heard upon tho distribution of tho funds raised by taxation for tho as sistance of District Fair Associations in Deschutes County, und tho Court having no sufficient information from which to mako an equltablo and proper distribution, now orders: Thnt tho Clerk bo nnd ho Is lioreby Instructed to call upon tho offlcors of tho several fair associations In tho County for nn application for assist ance, und that thoy bo requested to stato amount of funds nocossury. Further directed that such ap plications bo filed with tho Clork of this Court on or before July 10, 1919 at ten o'clock in tho forenoon. On motion tho term of Court was continued to July 10, 1919, ut ton o'clock In tho forenoon of suld day, W. D. Barnos, County Judge. Attest: J. H. Haner, County Clork. tho work on tho Torrobbnuu-Lowor Bridge Bond, Mr, llruco Is anxious tn boo this work progress In tho immudtnto fur turn, us thoy expect to got out u con siderable quantity of tholr dupostt of silica uud nro nuxlous to co'oporntu with you on tho development of this road, Will you kindly itdvlsn mo ut once it this hi ngruuablo with your solves and It so when It will bo possl bio to start thu survey? Thanking you In advance, I am, Very Truly Yours. (1UV 13. DOBSON, President. Ordorud: That tho offer contained In any 10. Dubson's communication bo ucupted und thnt work bu sturtud upon tho Terrebonna-Lower Bridge Road as soon us snmo can be located uud work is practicable. In tho mattor of appropriations for Agricultural Exhibits and Fairs, Tho Fair Boards of tho County having boon notified to present re quests for appropriations nt this time, whon Guy E. Dobsou nud M. A, Lynch appeared In behalf of tho Red mond Potato Show and Fair with n roquost for $500.00, and Fred N. Wallace and C. P. Bucker In behalf of tho West Sldo Fair of Tumnlo with n request for $600.00; Hupt. of Schools J. Alton Thompson and County Agricultural agent Koons ap peared with n roquost for $125.00 for tho purpose of sending to thu Stnto Fair nt Salem, tho successful contestants In tho Industrial Club work ; Orderod; That tho following amounts bo set aside for uso as pre miums to stimulate production of livestock nnd to promote iiKrlculturul nnd domestic sclonco. viz; Redmond Potato Show nud Fair, $500.00. West Sldo Fair Association, Tumn lo. $500.00. Grnugo Fair Association, $150,00, Horticultural and Flower Show, Bond, $75.00. Furthered orderod: That whon tho Socretnry of each Fair Assocla-' tlon shall have filed a list of pre miums awnrded tho County Clork shall Issuu (warrants) to such clerk (Secretary) for so much of tho amount allotted to tho Fair ho re presents as equals tho totals of tho awurds for exhibits that liavo com pleted with the provisions of encour aging production nnd with tho fur ther provision thnt no exhibits In thn domestic sclonco shall bo eligible for award except those produced within thu current year. Tho Clerk Is hereby Instructed to notify tho Secretary of each Fair Board of this provision. In tho matter of tho expense of re presentative to Salem Slate Fair for Industrial Clubs. Orderod, that tho County Clork Is suo n warrant to J. Alton Thompson County Supt. of Schools, In tho sum of $125.00 to defray oxpeuses of re presentatives of Industrial Clubs to Salem Stnto Fair. In thu mattor of claims prcaontcd for payment. Thin mntter comes on for tho au diting of clnlms presented for pay ment, when after duo Investigation and examination, It was ordered: That claims No. 3806 to No. 3810 Inclusive bo allowed; that claim No. 3811 bo continued; that claim No. 3812 bo nllowcd nt $7.25: that claim No. 3813 to S820 bo allowed; that! claim No. 3821 bo allowed uftor de ducting $12.30; and tho deduction' of $24.00 charged by error; that' claims No. 3822 and 323 ho allow-! ed; that claim No. 3S2-I bo allowed at $11.98; that claim No. 3826 to 3828 be allowed; that claim No. 3829 be allowed at S12.60. No. 3830 at $325.00 No. 3831 at $1 OS: that claim No. 3832 to No. 3837 bu allowed: that claim No. 3840 to 38 II Incluslvo and No. 3847 to No 38SI Inclusive be allowed, till of Mid claims being entered nt page 142. IIS of tho claim docket of this court, uud thu County Clerk is directed to Issuo his warrants In payment of mild claims In accordance with this order. Tho Court wan then adjourned. W. D. Barnos, County Judge. Attest: J. II. Hnnor, Clerk, TANLAC FOR SALE BY The Owl Pharmacy HOIM AOIINTH riff elusive; und No, .1015 bo nud the samo nro hereby ullowed, and tho clork Is Instructed to Issuo his war rants In payment in nrrorilaneo with this order. Furthered, that claims No. 38A2, 3879. 3881. .1808. .1007. .1908. and .1911 bo nud they nro continued for thn present. Furthered that claim No. .1871 ho allowed at $8.00. claim No. .1904 ut $18.35 nnd tho Clork Is Instructed! to issue warrants lit paymunl In ac cordance herewith. In tho mntter of appropriations for Agricultural work O, A. C, Ordered, that thu County Clerk draw warrant In tho mini of Eleven Hundred Pillars, payable to thn Fis cal Agent Oregon Agricultural Col lege, being second Installment of funds for Farm Demonstration and Field work, Tho Court then adjourned lo Au gust 13th. 1910. W. I). Barnes, County Judge. Attest: J. II. Hnnor. Clork, Tho County Court reennvnnod Au gust 13th, 1019 pursunnt to adjourn ment, all membors being present. In tho mntter of thn loan of Two Trucks for Road Work. A communication (was presented) from Roy A, Klein, See. Htuto High way Commission relative to Loan of Two trucks for road work. Ordered that tho offer as per let ter bu accepted. Ordered that warrant for $225.39 bo Issued to Htuto Highway Commis sion ns freight charges on ono truck. CummlH-lunor C, H, Miller was In structed to go to Halem to receive Truck, nud remodel samo and Install hoist. In the matter of tho claim of Hud son Fuuiuiglity for Troy Trailer, This mutter comes on tor hearing upon tho contract for tho purohnsn of ono Troy Trailer BOO with uni versal Hitch and Stool Dump body, and It now appears to thn Court that there Is now duo upon thn contract therefor thu mini or $2411.98, It Is ordered, that warrant bu Issued In thn sum or $24H.9R piiynblu tn Hod sou FonnaUKhty Company In mil settlement for said trailer. Whereupon (ho Court adjourned, W. I). Ilarnos, County Judge, Attest J, 11. Haner, Clork, (To Iln Continued Noxt Week.) Dr. L. W. Gatchell Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician Complete Ltnt Climling Plant in con. nation with my office at LARSON U COJownlrs 14 Oregon ttirtt, IWml, Orrgon Brooks- Scanlon Lumber Compahy . Lumber, Litth, Shingles, IhiilriiiHr Material, Kiln Dried Flooring and all kinds of Finish SASH AND DOORS COMPLETE STOCK ol Standard Sura. BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO. Local Sal oh Agent, MILLER LLWUIEH CO. Business and Professional Cards R. S. HAMILTON ATTOUNEV-AT-LAW Rooms 13-10 First National Hank Dldg. Tel. Gil (Dr. Cus'a Korm.r 0(llt.) -"" " - - -- Phono lJUck 1291 I.Ki: A. THOMAS, A. A. IA. Architect 2-4 O'Kano llulldlng IIEND - - - OREGON nt at was allowed at was nllowcd nt was allowed nt Ho It remembered, thnt n regular term of tho County Court of Des chutes County, In tho statu of Ore gon, was begun nnd hold ut tho Court Houso In Ilond, In cnld County, on Wednosdny, thn sixth day of August, 1919 said day being tho day fixed by law for tho holding of n torm of tho County Court in said County, when wero proHoiit: Hon. W, I) Ilarnos, County Judgo. C. H. Miller, County Commis sioner. Roth Stookoy, County Commis sioner. J. II. Hnnor, County Clork. K. E. Iloberts, Shorlff. Whereupon tho following proceed ing wero hud, to-wlt: In tho mattor of claims presented for payment. This mattor comes on for tho au diting of claims prosontod for pay moot, whon, nftor duo Investigation und examination it was ordered; That claims ontorod on pages HI Lnnd MG of tho Claim Docket or this Court as follows, to-wlt: No. 3852, No, 38KJ to No. 3861 Incluslvo, No. 3803 to No. 38CC Incluslvo, No. 38G8 to 3870 Incluslvo, No. 3872 to No. to No, 3878 Incluslvo, No. .1880, No. 3882 to No. 3897 Incluslvo, No. 3899 to No. 3903 Incluslvo, No. 3905 to No. 3900. No. 3909 to No. 3913 In- II. II. tVaArmoo.1 '- v r- .' DcArniond & Kiki:io LAW V 1. tin O'Knno Iltilldli-r llM. O- u II. O. tl L L I S Attonicjr-fttLaw (Jiiltsl States CoiiiiulsNloncr First National Hank Ilulldlng HEND, OREOON MISS U. OSTERMAN PIANOFORTE BCIIOOL Luwronco Hldg., Itooin 3 Phono Hod 22Clt DR. C. II. SOLL PHYSICIAN AND 8UR0E0N IJend Press Illdg. IJENI), OREGON PllOnCS: Office Itoil 4: Una 13 V " O. P. NIKWONUER, Ilond, Oro. i;.mi:ktakeh I.lrcnaoil KiiiliAlmor, Funeral Director. Phono Uud 421 Lady Aist. DR. It. D. 8TOWELL Nnpriipnthlc I'll) air Ins Over Lognn Furniture Co. wmii mrcQt Hours 9 Phono Hod -IH2 -. JVU u m DR. TURNER BYE SPECIALIST Permanently Located In Mend with Now Equipment Prlvnto Office In Thorson'n Jowelry Store Dr. Tumor will bo In Prlno vlllo ovory first nnd third Fri day; In Madras ovory second and fourth Frldny, nnd In Hod inond ovury first nnd third Thursday of oach month. Read the Classified Ads. Deschutes County Abstract Company D. II, PEOPLES, President MoH Compluto Abstract Plant In Central Oregon. Special Attonllon Given to Fedoral Loun Abstracts, rirst Ntlonil Dnnh Dldtf., DEND, ORE., Cor. next to Alloy Court reconvened July ICth, 1919, pursuant to adjournment, ut ton o'clock in tho fo ron oo it or suld day, all momberu being prcsont, In tho matter or an appropriation for tho Lower Ilrldgo Head, A communication from Guy E, Dobson was presented us follows, to wlt: To tho Honorable Comity Court: Ilond, Oregon. Dour Sirs; Mr. Uruco of tho Western Dlnto mito Company has requested mo to advlso you that ho Is willing to place $1,000.00 on doposlt with us V. "R. SPECK, SPECIAL AGENT STANDARD OIL CO., DEND, ORE. ' at onco f or tll Purpoao of oxpodjtlng i ' 1 -vvrvvvvv BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND VALUE ABOUT $500,000 FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS NONE OTHER BUILDINGS VALUE ABOUT $2,000,000 FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER $100,000 Build With BRICK! BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.