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BUND BULLETIN, HKND, OREGON, THUIWDAV, JULY 20, 1020.
I'KJNICICICItH ON LOGGING Tlt,IN
HKI-3 AUTO DISAPPEAR, AM)
RUMOR OK FATAL ACCIDENT
"Thoro M no foiniilatloii for tlio
report of my death," William llanr,
Hliovllii-lllxon camp tlinokeupor, an
Domicilii ovur tlio tulnplioiio to J. II.
Mtilstur, lugging stipiirlutoiidoiit, oil
Sunday, uflor unsuccessful attempts
hail boon niiidd to locate liner's body
ituil tlio auto In which ho was mild to
liavn ilrlvttn over n hliitt whllo on his
way In to Hond from tlio Htiuvllii-Illx-oii
picnic yesterday afternoon.
Thin inornliiK reports worn nt III
curroiil to tlio effect that llatir and
ono of IiIh companions had boon
Tlio rumor started whun tho ma
ctilnu, In which llanr wan racing tho
incoming picnic train, suddenly dls
nppoarod from tho view of passoiigors
on tho truln. It wan immediately
taken for granted that tlio hppUIhk
car had gone ovor tho grndo, and It
wiih not until after Carl A, Johnson
and Mr. Mulslor of Tho Hhovllu-Illx-on
Company had conductud u fruit
less search for tho wruckvil car that
It wait learned that Ilaor had merely
turned down a side road,
Jury llHt II. 1! Loop, P. Dahl
Jan. Ilroon, C F V Noolnaglo, Win.
Almrnnlhy, F J. Wllkoy, August Nl
nou, J. S, luulit II 0 Fnrrls. Hoy
I Ion nl in a n, Julius Jnnnett, J A,
(.'huso, C F. Whltmoro. Thou. K. Go
ing, Louis Dooner, (1 W. Jones,
doorgo I'addock, F, II. Ilutman, T.
J. Murphy, J. J. Clapp. J F Arnold,
Robert I.lnton, Joseph .oil, I'. S,
Dancer. It. A. Puelt. A. II Hicks, M
H. Milliard. F, A. Heard, T, W. Trip
let!. K. A Nelson. It. O. Rolgol, It.
L, Thurston, P. II. Johimon, J. E.
Myers, (loo. Hell. W. L. O'Donnoll.
It. J. McCann, A. Ilarryman, J. II.
Fryroar. C. W. Muma. N. II. (lllhort,
Chan. Hinlth. (loo. Ilalnoy. J. J. Cun
nlniclinni. B. B. Varco. T. II. Koloy.
II. J. Ovorturf, J. A. Deomor, Elmor
Wurnstnff. W. H. Fullorlon, J. A.
Molvon, II. C. Doty. L. K Shepherd,
11. M.Hmlth. B. A Kntlinr. B. P. Joch,
J. B. Kulllvan, Frank Inubult. Irn B.
Wlmor, Henry llowlns, A. I.. Bnye, P.
A. KrlckHun, B. A. Hmlth. It. U. Flick
Inger, O. II, Caldwell. J. I). Davidson.
M. P. Cashmnii, It. II. Lcdbottor, W.
II. Stanls, Geo, Erlckson, U. I..
Mooro, 0 u y Dunning. Frank
O'Laughlln, J. Ilyun. J. T. Park. Au
gust llullborg. Ilert Torkolson. Frank
Lomay, B, J. Wright. J. W. Dennis.
W. I). Ilratt, Dennis McColo, J, O.
Williams. Alex Duvnl, I.. F Orroll,
I,, B. WahlHlrom. I. C. Mnrlon, F. V
Swisher. Karl Dunn. J. I). Howmun,
II. C. Kline, S Chrlstnphorsou, II.
Ilnlgorson, It II I.ovun, B II Adam.
Van M. Morse, I.. L Fox, C. V Sllvls,
lion AIhup, B. P. Hrosttirhous, S. A
Hlnktiley. " Honson, Prentiss Van
TiiMHol, A. B Sluvona. (leo It. Bar
clay. M (' ('onion. Chester Holllns
lionil, C A. Carroll. M. M. Foster,
I.oulH Elllngson, F. N. Ahhe, II. C.
Colvor. 0. W. Hantloll. C. (1. Twuut,
O. K. Olson. J. J. Klein, II. L. Tono.
Alhort Mohlor. Koliorl Llak. N. P.
Smith, B C, Metcalf, L. II. Ilalrd, W.
It. (lurking. A II. Davenport. Barl
Itnnton, (' II. Hatch, J. W. Shrunk,
(1. II. Slack, Clem llrown, C. J. Lov
orett, Fred Atkinson, (1. II. Ehlors,
J. A. Fohs. TIioh. Aune. 0 F. Cyrus,
I), T. Carmody, I). A. BlaiiKhtor. II
A. Miller. A. 8. Holmes, F. II. May.
Blmor Warnstaff, It, M. Iloavor. (leo.
I), (lovo, A.J, (lonnason, N I). Wood,
J. W. I'Hlior, W. P, Downline, P.
Podorson, J. II. Cochran. Geo. M.
Htokoo, B. M. Hwalloy. J. N. Maston,
li I Twlil !' 11. KilirliiBtnii. Ktiitilev
J. Plorco, M. Ilalley, Jr., II, I). Dav-
ih, o. li. scniiiu, v. h. rruico, w. u.
!.oavllt, K. A. Wimp. O O. Kin.
Ilert M. MoekM, Chan. Slpchon, Q. N.
Ilolior. Robert Smith. John Dillon. C.
M. Iledflold, W. II. Crawford, Austin
G. Harbor, A. J. Hartor. J. 13. Han
hull, Ram Wollil, O. W. Halos, Olo
Hanson, C. U Gist, W. N. Young, W.
II. Ilulilo, W. N. Hoy, W. B. Vnn Al
ton, It. A. Puott, Frank IIoruo, T.
W. Marshnll. H. A. Graham, O. II.
ArmstronK', H. Pock, 8. 8. Taylor.
A. li. Flomlnit, BRbort Dyer. W. 8.
Groor. W. F. Fryroar, W. 11. David
Hon, Frod Schmidt, M. K-. Hopor, W.
P. alft, F. A. 8honquoBt, M. Doty,
O. 0. Honklo, A. J. Fuller, W. P.
ItobbliiB, F. M. I.owls, Prtnco Stantn.
J. D. Wimp. J. J. Wilt, G. W. Hob
Hon, 10. V. Ward.
lto It romomberod: That a regu
lar term of tho County Court of Ilea
nhutoH County, In tho Stato of Oro
gon, waa boeun and hold nt tho
Court Hoiiho In Ilond, In said County,
on WodnoHdny, tho day of 1920,
fluid day being tho day fixed by law
for tho holding of n torm of tho Coun
ty Court In Bald County, whou woro
proHout Hon, W. D, HarnoH, County
Judge; 0. II. Millar, County Commla
nlonor; Seth Stookoy, County Coiin
mlHBlonor; J. II. Hauor, County
Clork; 8, H. Hoborta, Shorlff.
Whoroupou thu following procood
liiga woro had, to-wlt: ,
IN TUB MATTER OF SALARIES
OF COUNTY OFFICERS AND
TIiIh matter now comoa on to bo
hoard and, It nnnoarlug to tho Court
that tho Balary of tho following of
rlcors la flxod by law, to-wlt: Shorlff,
County Judgo, 8uperlitond,orit of
Schools, Assessor, Trousuror, Counly
Ordered, That tlio Clork lio. nnil
liu hereby Ih, directed to Issue IiIm
warrants monthly In payment of said
Miliar Ion In accordance with the law
Ordered, That tho Hillary ofAitfiiMt
A, Aiidornou ho, and tho samo Ih,
heioby fixed at IIGO per mouth, and
(ho (Murk In liiNlructod to Imhiio IiIh
warrant In payment thereof In tho
hiiiiio maiiuor and at Hiiioh of IsbuIiu;
Ordered, That tho salary of Huzol
Manloii be, and tho saiiiu Is horeby,
fixed at JIIT, per month for servlnm
In tho tax cotlector'H office, and tho
clerk Ih directed to Ihhiio IiIh war
unit lu payment.
Ordered, That tho Clerk Imhiio his
warrantH lu payment of thu following and running thence In a southwester
siiiiih for tho euro of county Indigents, ly direction through unci across sec
to.wit; IIoiih 31, 20, 2D, 30 and 31 In Town-
llattle Huntington $IO:f)oshlp T south, Kongo 13 east, W, M
Mis, M, II, Howo .. .. . ... 10.00
Ordered further, That tho Clerk
Ihhiio IiIh warrant lu thu tin in of 2C
per mouth to It, W. Huudershott, as
County Health Officer
Ordered further, That tho County
Clerk Ihhiio his warrant to Hugh
O'Kano for f 12.50 each month us
rent for tho County Surveyor's office.
Ordered further, That tho clerk
Imhiio his warrant In tho sum of
$170 per month to the Deschutes In
voHlmuul company for rent of tho
court house and Jail.
IN TUB MATTER OF THE LOWER
IIKIDGB COUNTY KOAD:
At this time Is presented a peti
tion by tho freeholders of I.owor
Ilrldge Road District, as follows, to
To tho Honorable Counly Court of
We, the undersigned, freeholders
Koad District, do most humbly pet I
w r I I, I C..7 i J f
wnereas uiero nas iieen a sum oi
ir.000 allowed out of tho bond Issue
voted by the people at the recent
election In Deschutes County, other
wise known as tho f 1 25,000 Ihhiio
for road purposes.
Now, therefore, wo ask your hon
orable board to call for bids for con
struction of what Is known us the
Lower Hrldge-Terrebonno Road for
which tho abovo sum of 15000 bus
Wo suggest that your honorablo
board direct County Iloadmaster Mr
May to locato said road and recom
mend that said road follow tho pres
ent route as practical and that no
largo or unnecessary amount bo ex
pended graveling said rond In order
that thu surfacing of said road by
gravel or cinders bo completed, If
posslblo out of tlio above mentioned
sum of $5000.
S. E. West, A. 8. Holmes, Gus E.
Stadlg. It. 8. Towne. T. J. Qulgloy,
Fred Walter. Jako Hook, C. F. Hob
kins. A. J. Fuller. John A. Scott. It.
II Chapman. It. L. Kiddle, Frank V.
Chapman, Jessie F. Scott.
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETI
TION OF MRS. GEORGE JAMES
This matter comes on to bo hoard
on tho application of Mrs. George
James for temporary relief, and It
appearing to tho Court that the ap
plication should bo allowed, it Is
Ordored, That tho Clerk Issuo his
warrant payable to Mrs. George
James lu tho sum of $25 nnd that
such payments bo made for January,
February and March. 1920.
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETI
TION OF 8. R. HOOIN ET AL
FOR COUNTY ROAD:
This mattor now comes on to bo
heard upon tho petition of S. It.
(login and others for tho establish
ing of a county road In Section 33,
Tp. 11 south, Rango 11 cast, and it
appearing to tho satisfaction of tho
' Court that tho proposed ronu ih noi
,u public necessity, It Is ordered that
said petition bo, and tho same is
IN THE MATTER OF CLAIMS PRE
SENTED FOR PAYMENT:
This matter comes on for tho con
sideration of bills for Bervlcos ren
dered the County, and It appearing
that tho claims presonted nro u pro
por charge against tho County,
Ordered, That claims No. I to 110
as numbered lu tho claim dockot of
the County Court bo, and tho hiiiiio
arq hereby, allowed, and tho Cleric la
directed to Issuo warrants In pay
munt. In tho County Court of tho Stato
of Oregon for tho County of Des
chutes. Order Nunc Pro Tunc
IN THE MATTER OF ESTABLISH
ING A CERTAIN ROAD COM
MONLY KNOWN AS "THE DALLES-CALIFORNIA
Ho It Rcmomhorod, That at a reg
ular torm of tho County Court of
Doschutos County, Oregon, boguu
and hold nt tho County Court Houbo
In Hond, In Doschutos County, Oro
gon, on tho 7 lb day of Januury,
1920, for tho transaction of County
buslnosH, and from day to duy thorn
aftor during thu continuance of said
torm, thoro woro yrc-sont: Hon. W.
D. Hamas. County Judgo, presiding,
Hon. C. II. Mlllor, County CninmlB
slonor; Hon. Soth Stookoy, County
Commlsslonor; S. E. Roberts, shorlff;
J, II. Hunor, clork.
Tho following, among other pro
codlings, woro had, to-wlt:
WhorouB, At n rogular torm of tho
County Court of Doschutos County,
Oregon, begun and hold at tho Coun
ty court house lu Hond, lu Hald Couu
ty and Stato. on tho 5th day of No
vombor, 1919, that bolng n regular
day provided by law for tho Hitting of
Bald County Court for tho transac
tion of County bUHluoss, thu said
court of resolution thou nnd thoro
luiido declaration of Its Intention to
ostabllHh nnd locato n rond In Dos
chutes County botweon tho city of
Hond and tho south lino of Jefferson
County, Oregon, tho sumo to bo n
part of what la known ua "Tho
Dallea-Californlu Highway," nnd
nioro particularly described ub follows:
of .Velutes (-0001 oZS "'"' '"ct ,,'s M f,"h
?L dents of 1 Id'lstHc i ' II ' ' November, 1919. and tho rnln
liUierwl's", known,,as',,K,lr bridge! ul Hwreof spread upon Its record.,
It.if.,1 IllMlrlnl ill. itin.l l.llnililv tinll.iallU
Comiuunclng nt a iiolut on tho lino
botwoon Deschutes anil Jefferson
counties approximately 1000 foot
mitt of tlio Nil corner of Section 1,
'Township II south, Itimgo 13 cunt.
W. M thence running In a general
southerly direction through and
nurosH KectloiiH 3, I, 10, 28, .13 and
31, In Township II south, Kongo 13
oast, W, M., to a point on tho lino
marking tho north corporate limits
of tho city of Redmond, 80.5 feet
west of the southeast corner of tho
NBV. of tho HBU of said Section
In Township in south, Itaiieo 13 east,
W, M and commencing on tho lino
which inarkH the south corporate llm-j
i... .. .i i.i .1... .. ft... i ., ,.
in ui inn niuii un in iiijuiiii.iiu " v
point CO fcot west from tho north
quarter corner of Suction 21, Town
ship la south, Itange 13 oast, w. M-,
and uie hb'i or wcuon jo, town
ship la tioutii, urango iz east, w. m.,
and sections 1, II, II, 15, 1G, 28, 33
and 32 In Township 10 south, Kutigo
12 east, W. M., and sections 5, 8,
17, 20, 28 and 29 lu Township 17
south, Katigo 12 oast, W. M to tho
lino which marks tho north corpor
uto limits of tho city of Ilcnd, In Des
chutes County nt a point approxi
mately 300 feet west of tho SBVi
corner of tho NEV4 f tho NEW '
Section 29, In Township 17 Bouth,
rango 12 east. W. M said road to bo
CO feel wide throughout Its entire
length, and to follow, and corre
spond substaiillaly to, tho Biirvey of
the said "Tho Dalles-California High
way,' as now surveyed, staked nnd
marked out between tho points above
mentioned by tho engineers employed
by the State Highway Commission.
An. whereas. Tho said resolution
of this Court was enacted, ordered
Whereas, tho said minutes of said
c,lllrt ""', " MW rosolutloii havo
i.ri,infnn imon n.l..r,..l in writ-
not heretofore been reduced to writ
ing by tho Court lu order to preserve
a permanent record of wimn, now,
therefore, ft Is hereby ordered by this
court as follows:
It Is hereby ordered, That tho fore
going resolution and minutes of tins
Court, as miido and entered on tlio
said 5th day of November. 1919. nnd
upon which notices of tho Court's in
tent Ion to establish said road by reso
lution havo been duly posted, accord
ing to law, I hereby declare this to
bo tho resolution nnd minutes of this
court as tnudo o ntho said 5th day
of November. 1919.
Dated at Hond, Deschutes County,
Oregon, this 7th day of January,
W. D. HARNES.
C. II. MILLER.
In tho County Court of tho Stato
of Oregon for tho County of Des
chutes. In tho matter of County warrant
No. C4880 for S3370.05, drawn In
favor of Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co.,
dated January 10. 1920:
Ho It romomberod, That n regular
torm of tho County Court of Des
chutes County, Oregon, begun and
hold nt tho County Court Houso, in
Hond. Deschutes County, Oregon, on
tho 4th day of Fobruary. 1920, lor
tho transaction or County business,
nnd from dny to tiny theronfter dur
ing tho contlnuanco of said term,
thero being prosont: Hon. W. D.
Harnes. County Judge: Hon. C. II
Miller, County Commissioner; Hon.
Seth Stookoy, County Commlsslonor:
J. II. Hnner, County Clerk; . S. K.
The following, nmong other pro
ceedings wero hud, to-wlt:
Whereas, Pursuant to an ordrr of
this Court previously mado and en
tered, county wnrrant No. CI SO for
$3370.05 was Issued by J. II. Hnner,
County Clork of Deschutes County,
on January 10th, 1920, and made
payable to tho Chicago Pneumatic
Tool Co., in payment (or n urin mm
nlr compressor, nnd
Wlieroas. Thoro was an error In
tho amount of said wnrrant and tho
said amount lu which tho samo was
drawn for was wrong nnd not tho
amount which was Intondod to ho In
sorted In said warrant; now, thoro
It Is ordered. That Doschutos
County warrant No. 6480, drawn In
favor of tho Chicago Pnoumatls Tool
Co. for $3370.05, on January 10,
1920. bo, and tho samo Is hereby can
celled, nnd tho samo is hereby or
dored not pnld.
Dated nt Ilcnd, Deschutes Vounty.
Oregon, this 1th day of Juuuary,
W. D. nARNES,
C. II. MILLER,
IN THE MATTER OF THE CARL N
EHRET COUNTY ROAD:
And now comes II. A. Kendall, S.
II. Doty nnd others, petitioning tho
Court for an ordor designating said
rond n market road, and tor an ap
propriation of $8800 for tho improve
ment of snld road, whereupon it wiih
Ordored, That Commissioner C.
II. Miller Investigate such mattor
and roport his findings to tho Court.
IN THE MATTER OF THE FISH
At this tlmo coined T. A. McCann
and Robert Mooro, petitioning that
Hald road bo designated ti market
road, when It was ordered that said
matter bo continued for tho prosont,
Court waa thon continued to Jan
uury 22, 1920.
C. II. MILLER,
Court rocouvoned January 22,
1920, pursuant to ndjournmont,
thoro bolng prosont: W. D. Rurnoa,
County Judgo; O. II. Mlllor, County
Commissioner; Soth Stookoy, County
In tho mattor of Tho Dalles-Cull-tornln
Ordered, That R, II, Gould, coun
ty surveyor, It II, Ilnyloy and A. II
Horn ho, nnd they are, appointed tho
board of viewers for said 'road, and
that said board meet at the point of
beginning of said road at tho city
limits of Hond at ten o'clock a. tn.
January 31st, 1920.
lie It remembored, That nt torm
of tho County Court of DeschutoH
County, In the Stato of Oregon, was
begun and held at tho Court Houso
n Hond, In said County, on Tuesday,
tho 17th day of Fobruary,.! 920, si Id
day being thu day fixed by law for
tho holding of a term or tho County
Courty in said County, whon wero
prosont Hon. W. I), Harnes, County
Judge; V 11 Mlllor, County Commis
sioner, Hoth Stookoy, County Com
missioner, J. II. Hnner, County
Whereupon the following proceed
ings wero had, to-wlt:
In the County Court of tho Stnto
of Oregon, for tho County of Des
chutes. In tho mattor of delinquent taxes
for certain portions of Oregon Trunk
addition to tho City of Redmond,
Oregon. Filed Jan. 17, 1920.
Now on this day this matter com
ing on before tho Court In regular
sosslou at tho City of Hond, Des
chutes County, Oregon, Mux A. Cun
ning, of Redmond, Oregon, appearing
before the court as attornoy for self
and also as attorney for Lucllo Red
mond, of Redmond, Oregon, they be
ing tho respective owners of tho
lands hereinafter described, and It
appearing to tho Court from tho rec
ords of tho clork of this court that
tho following described property, to
with: Blocks one (1) to sixteen (10),
Inclusive; blocks eighteen (18) to
twenty (20), inclusive; Pino street
and Juniper street from tho cast lino
of Deschutes avenue to west lino of
Oregon Trunk Railway right of way
and from cast lino of Oregon Trunk
railway right of way to cast lino of
southwest quarter of Houthwcst quor
or of Section ton (10), township fif
teen (15), South, Rango Thirteen
(13). East of thv Willamette Mer
idian; Alder street from cast lino of
Deschutes nvenuo to west lino of
Oregon Trunk Railway right of way
and from east lino of Redmond nve
nuo to said east lino of snld south
west quarter of tho southwest quar
ter of said Section ten (10): Clino
nvenuo nnd Vnndervert nvenuc from
tho north line of snld southwest
quarter of tho southwest quarter of
said Section ton (10) to tho north
lino of A street; and Redmnod ave
nuo from tho north lino of said
southwest quarter of tho southwest
quarter of said section ten (10) to
the north lino or Aider street; diocks
twenty-ono (2f) to forty-threo (43),
Inclusive; east half of block forty
four (11): blocks forty-flvo (45) to
fifty-nine, Incluslvo; I) street, C
street and D street from tho east lino
of Oregon Trunk Railway right of
way to tho west lino of Forrest nvc
rtue: F street from n lino one hun
dred feet enst of nnd parallel to the
east lino of First street to tho west
lino of Forrest avenue; Cllno avenue.
Vondervort avonuo nnd Redmond
nvenuo from tho south lino of A
street to tho north lino of E street;
Tetherow avonuo from tho south line
nt r. uirfi't in tho north line of E
street; Tetherow nvenuo, Cllno nve
nuo, Vnnvervcrt nvenuo nnd Red
mond nvonuo from tho south lino of
E etrcet to tho south lino of tho
west hnlf of tho northwest quarter of
Section fifteen (15), Township fir
leon (15 South. Rango thirteen (13)
cast of tho Willamette Meridian, has
been by ordinances passed by tho
Pnmmnit poimrll nf the CltV Of Red-
tnontl, Oregon, In proper form, duly
v.i en tml. which mi Id ordinances havo
been duly approved by the Court andl
fllod for record In the office of thol
Clerk of tho County of Doschutos nnd
Stato of Oregon on tlio unto nereoi,
i nnd said Max A. Cunning this day
appearing before this Court nnd ro
quostlng n reduction of tho tnxea lev
led and nsBPBsvtl against tho premises
abovo described, nnd It appearing to
tho court that such taxes nro lu nr
rears for sovornl years, tho same be
ing nssessed against said property as
city lota and blocks; that ?nld prop
erty nas never oeon seuica mum ur
Improved to uny extent nnd that said
I ....... ..a l ....li.nl.t,, ttw n tttlrnAfin
liru.iunj is tuiuuuiu i, I....,.-
other than as farm lands; that said
taxes lovled and assessed against said
promises, according to tho records of
tho offlco of tno snerui oi una
I County, nro excessive.
I it Is hereby ordered, nnd the
sheriff of this county ns tax collector
Is hereby directed to accopt and ro
celvo ns taxes in full. In llou of thoso
now nssessed nnd lovled nnd nssessed
ngnlnst said premBies and which re
main unpaid, n tnx calculated nnd
computed on n busts of fifty dollars
per ncro valuation for all land nbove
doscribed subject to Irrigation ac
cording to tho records of tho Central
Oregon Irrigation Company of Des
chutes, Oregon, with tho mileage ns
lovlod nnd assessed In tho respective
years tn which n tnx Is duo on snld
promises, tho tnx for ench yonr to bo
computed separately nnd tho amount
duo for such yonr to bo computed
sepnrntoly nnd tho amount duo for
diich yenr to bo named upon tho
number of acres of tho above des
scribed trnct, subject to Irrlgntlon,
for which no tnx hns been paid lu
such year, nnd It Is further ordored
thnt no interest or penalty shall bo
required to bo paid on Bald delin
quent tnx. provided, however, thnt
this ordor Bltnll bo of no forco or of
fecl In enso the ownors of said prem
ises shall fall, nogloct or rofuso to
make payment of tho nuwunts com
puted to bo duo tlieroou within ton
days from tho date tho Sheriff of this
County shall havo comploted tho
computation of Bitch tax nnd notified
tho owners of tho nmounts duo.
Dated this 17th day of Fobruary,
W. D. HARNES,
C. H. MILLER.
In' tho mattor of claims prosonted
Ordored,-Thnt clnltns No. Ill to
215, incluslvo, ns tho sumo nppear
upon tho claim dockot of this court,
bo nnd tho samo nro horeby allowed,
aud tho Clork Is instructed to issuo
his warrants In paymont thorcof.
In tho matter of (otophone rentals:
Ordored hy tho Court, That tho
County Clork be, and ho Is horohy,
directed to Insuo n warrant monthly
to tho Pacific Telephone & Tele
graph Company In tho sum of $23.75
for runt on tho telephones In tho
Court house, as follows, to-wlt:
Sheriff . .... $3.75
County Clerk 3,75
County Assossor 3.25
Supt. of Schools 3.25
Judge, Circuit Court.. 3.25
County Treasurer... . 3.25
County Judgo 3.25
In the matter of an appropriation
for tho Homo Servlco Division of tho
American Red Cross:
Now comes beforo tho Court tho
Chairman of tho Financial Commit
tee of tho Homo Servlco Section of
tho American Red Cross Society, nnd
petitions tho Court for an appropria
tion ror tno maintaining or a re
volving fund for civilian relief, nnd
sayn: That tho Red Cross organiza
tion maintains tho Homo Servlco Sec
tion for tho relief of tho men, their
families, and relatives of tho mon
who served In tho army and navy
during tho Inst war; that thero ex
ists a great necessity for n civilian
relief fund for tho sorvlco of families
not entitled to relief from tho Amor
Icnn Red Cross Society, nnd It np
ponrlng to tho Court thnt tho County
should participate In the joining of
tho two classes of cases, it Is there
foro Ordered, Thnt thoro be. nnd horeby
Is, appropriated from tho general
fund tho sun, of $110.00 for the con
tribution of thu County to tho Homo
Servlco Section of tho American Red
Cross for Deschutes County and that
tho County Clerk bo, nnd ho Is hore
by, directed to Issuo his warrant for
ton dollars monthly from February
1st, 1920, to December 31st, 1920,
to Anna M. Forbes, Secretary, in
payment for such appropriation.
In tho niatterr of an appropriation
for tho Oregon Agricultural College:
This matter comes on to bo heard
upon the natter of an appropriation
for agricultural or farm demonstra
tion work in Deschutes County for
1920, said appropriation to be mado
to the stato for tho uso of the State
Agricultural College, nnd it appear
ing to the Court that such appropri
ation Is required by tho provisions of
Chapter 110 of tho Laws of Oregon
for 1913, It is therefore
Ordered, That thero bo, and here
by is, appropriated from tho general
fund tho sum of $2200.00 for tho
use of the Stato Agricultural College
for uf-rlculturnl or farm demonstra-
1 tlon work for 1920. and the Clerk is
directed to Issue his warrant Immedi
ately for the sum of eleven hundred
dollars, payable to tho Oregon Agri
cultural College, and that on tno first
day of November, 1920, said County
Clerk Issuo his warrant ror eleven
hundred dollars in payment in full
for such purposes.
Tho Court then adjourned to meet
February 25th, 1920, at 10 o'clock
The Court reconvened February
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25thi 1920, nl 10 o'clock in tho fore
noon, pursuant to ndjournmont, Alt
members bolng prosont.
In tho mntlor of the orror In nudlt
Ordored, That warrant No. 0073,
In favor of W. II. Crawford, bo, nnd
tho samo Is hcroby, caucollnd, nnd
tho Clork Is Instructed to notify tho
County Treasurer to Hint offect.
In tho mattor of tho potltlon ot
F. P. Rnwsou et al for tho designa
tion of market road:
Comos now F. P. Rnwson and oth
ers nnd prosont tho following potl
Redmond, Oro., Fob. 25, 1920.
To tho Hon. Hoard County Commis
sioners, Hond, Oro :
We, tho undersigned, owning land,
or residing on land northwest of Red
mond, tributary to whnt Is known as
tho Kirk Whlted and Honson Canyon
Road, respectfully ask tho considera
tion of tho County Court, when con
sidering tho establishment of a per
manent market road, to glvo thia
road a most thorough Investigation
boforo definitely deciding to estab
lish n road olsowhore.
Wo bollove, by coming west from
Redmond on what Is known an Dr.
Hosch street, crossing tho old rlvor
bed nnd continuing west from tho
James McGuffio Placo, past tho
Pratt place to tho Intersection of tho
Kirk Whlted road; thonco going
north to tho Itenncgar homestead:
then connecting with a road on tho
ridge botweon Benson Canyon and
tho Deschutes river. Said road to
connect with the old Tothorow Aoad.
near tho east line of Sec. 36, In T.
14, 8. R. 12 E.
Wo bollove, by establishing a road
as described above as a markot road,
that it will serve n greater number
of acroage than any other road that
may bo considered, bosides connect
ing with ono of tho oldest established
highways In the stnto: that it will
also furnish an auxiliary feeder for
the Sisters-Redmond Highway, and
will servo a largo area that la now
without proper roads.
F. P. RAWSON.
ODIN FALLS LAND CO..
Hy F, P. Kawson. Bcc'r.
CLARA L. BROUOIITON.
Hy F. P. Rawson, Mgr.
J. E. TETHEROW.
W. S. GREER.
O. W. REELS.
K. E. REELS. '
W. A. BROWN.
O. W. KIDDER.
A. C. CURTIS. '
J. P. SMITH. I
V. O. SMITH.
A. R. DAVENPORT.
C. WM. MUMA.
Whereupon it was ordered br the
Court that such mattor be taken un
der advisement until proper Investi
gation be made with roferenco there
to. Tho Court then adjourned for the
W. D. BARNES.