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THUIWDAY, JUNK SO, 1M1
rwmK foil mt suiHii
ma CUT TOUR WEEDS
FOR BALE A yearling mule. In
quire at the Journal office. !9-41p
FOR SALE Two good eaddle Dor
ses; pack outfit; saddls; silver In
bridle; rawblde rope; allvar In
laid spurs, first elan buoearoo
o.rflt. Jes Lindsay, Phone 1988.
1 1-4 IP.
FOR BALE A 1600 gallon red
wood storage tank. Inquire at
tble office. tie 40
FOR SALE -Fordson tractor, well
equipped and guaranteed to be In
flrat clan condition. Inquire at
tble office. 40tf
WILL PAY-Uood Wages for help
to pick peas. Frank Pratt, Madraa,
WILL DB- In Prlnevllle every Wed
nesday and Thursday with fresh
YogntuMc'i. Frank Pratt the man
wltb the Ford trailer. t2p
PTRAYED Prom the State Bridge
' Camp at Dear Creek, one black
milk cow, branded FO bar on the
right blp. both eari cropped. No
tify Prod Cayton at 436 Went 5th
I rwt, or phone Black 3(1. 40-tf,
WANTEI"ltebullt, second-hand or
overhnulod" canary bird cage. In
Inulre at this office.
OCIIOCO ROOM1NO HOUBE-Under
new mamtginmit- Rooms by the
day, week or month. Rates reason
able. Mm. Mix Wilson. tOp
COMDINKD -Harvester for sale.
In good condition, ready to put to
work. Will sell right It you need
such a machine we can deal. Come
In and talk It over. Ouy Lafollette,
Prlnevllle, Oregon, tfp
MILLINERY Just received new
atock of millinery. Another on
the way. Look at my atock bo
fore buying elsewhere. Prices rea
sonable. Mrs. J. N. Wright.
Mall your Hemstitching and. Plcot
Edge work to The Singer Sewing
Machine Co., Bend, Oregon for
prompt aorvlce. The Singer Sew
ing Machine Co., Bos 160, Bend,
OCHOCO PROJECT Irrigated land
to trade for Prlnevllle property.
R. L. Schee, Prlnevllle, Ore. I8tf.
LOST A small brown tailor jacket
la Prlnevllle a week ago. Leave
at Journal office. tl-tfe.
WANTED Good, small sited trunk,
must be reasonable. Sea Alloa
' McNely. Iltfc,
FOR RENT Cow and bona pasture
at 3.00 a month per bead- Forty
roda northeast from depot. Apply
Henry Winters. Iltfo.
WANTED All kinds of Sewing to
do. Inquire of Emma Randle, or
Mrs. Ouy Sumner. lt-tf.
IHIP TJS TOUR WOOL We do
cleaning and carding for comfort
era and mattresses. Manufactur
er of pure wool hats. CRYSTAL
SPRINGS WOOLEN MILLS. Port
land, Oregon, mills, T60 Umatil
la Avenue; oftloa, I0S Spalding
SCALE BOOKS Neatly printed
and bound. Sent 11.00 to the
Journal and one will be mailed to
you, postage paid. ' Itfc.
Do your aye trouble yoat Are
war glasses giving satisfaction or do
key need changing! If so, call on
Dr. F. H. Day, 110 Mala 8t, Prlne
vWe, Oregon. He I permanently lo
cated at that address lltfe.
BEFORE TOU SIGN a Ufa lnsur
ance contract la any other com
pany examine the superior con
tract and low premium rate of
Oregon Life. Bee. T. L. Quins,
U local agent' I4tfe
Those having eye troubles or ner
voaa tronblei should call and see Dr.
F. H. Day, (10 Mala St, Prlnevllle.
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mention Tbe JournaL
All property ownen are bereby
notified to cut tb weeds In streets
and alleys adjacent to their proper
ty, and on vacant lots, or the weeds
will be cut by the city and the coat
assessed against the property.
J. W. FINCHER.
UNITED ARTISANS, PrlnevlUe As
aembly No. Ill, meets the trst
and third Monday of each Month,
la the K. of P. HalL All vteltlnf
Artisans are welcome.
FLORENCE CTRUS. M. A.
MARTHA A. NEVEL, Beey.
rTILLARD H. WIRTZ District At
torney. Offlos Crook County Bank
Building, Prlnerllle, Oregon, tf
J. R. ELLIOTT Attorney at Law
Court House Bt, Prlnerllle Ore
DR. E. O. HYDE
Office toi Tktfi
CHAS. g. EDWARDS
Qlaaaea Correctly Fitted
817 Mala BL. Prineville, Oregoa.
H. P. Belknap L. V. Belknap
ELKNAP A BELKMAP
Physicians aad Hargows
Office ixa Kauri Third Street
Office phone SI Realdenee It
DR. H. O. DAVIS
Crook County Bank Bnlldlag
LAKE M. BECHTKLL
U. S. Commissioner
Oook Ooonty Bau Building
PRI NEVILLE . . OREGON
"The oldest office In Oregon"
14 North Second Btreet
DR. PAUL O. LONG
Acute and Chronic Case
10 to II, S to I. By appointment
Offices over Journal Press.
Telephone, Red S61.
. Call answered day or night
W. H. CYRUS
ORDKR TO SHOW CAUBB
IN THB COUNTY COURT OP THE STATU
up- uksuum run THB COUNTY Or
In the matter of the Gnardlanshlp
John O'Kelley and Marion O'Keller, Minors.
On raiding th petition filed herein, duly
verified, of Lydla O' Keller, guardian of tha
above named estate, for a license to aell the
Internet! of the above named minora In the
following described real estate, aitnate In
Crook CoentT, State of Oregon, to-wtti
The Bonthweat quarter of eouthweat quart
er of aectlon five I the southeast quarter of
aoutheait quarter of aectlon aix; the north
half of the northeaat quarter, the aouthweit
quarter of northeaat quarter, the southeast
quarter of northweat quarter and the north
eaat quarter of aouthweat quarter of Section
even, and the northweat quarter of north
weat quarter of Section eluht in Townahlp
nlnteen aouth of Range twenty-one Eaat of
the Willamette Meridian!
for the maintenance and support of laid
minora, and It aDDearin tn the entire that
said land la producing no Income and If an
expense and a burden to aald estate, and that
It la beneficial and for the beat Interaeta of
aald wards and their aald estate that the same
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the
next of kin of aald warts and all persons In
terested In said estate appear before me In
the County Court Room In the Courthouse In
rnnevme, uregon, on tne 2nd day of July,
1921. at 10 o'clock A. M.. tn show rana. 1
any there be, why a license should not be
granted to said Lydla O'Kelley, guardian, to
sell said real estate for the purposes set forth.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a
copy of this order be served on the next of
kin and all persona Interested in aald estate
by publication thereof In the Crook County
Journal, a weekly newspaper of gsneral cir
culation In said Crook County, Oregon, and
published at Prlnevllle, Oregon, for three
successive weeks, the first publication being
on the 9th day of June, 1921.
Dated at Prlnevllle, Crook County, Oregon,
this 1st day of June, 1921.
N. O. WALLACE.
88-41c County Judge.
Koticb rna pi'ni irartnw
Department of the Interior, U. S. Inad
orrire at The Dalles, Oregon, Jane I, IMl,
Notice le hereby gives) that
L1LLIS K. B. HKDMTNn
of Prlnevllle, Oregon, who, on March 1. ItU
made Desert Land Entry. No , for
WH NEK Bert Mi II, Township ll-gouta.
Range 17-East, Willamette Meridian, baa
Iliad notice of Intention to make final Twit,
by purchasing under net of March 4, lilt,
to establish elala to the land above IwraV
ed, before Lake M. BerhteJI, United Btatea
Commies toner, at Prlnevllle, Orecoa. oa the
loth day of July, 1W1.
Claimant names ae witnesses t
Albert Way, Ueorge P. Way, Oaear A. Red
lund, Bertha Carey, all of Prlnevllle, Oregon.
R. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICB POH PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. 0. Land of
fiee at The Dalles, Oregon. April tl, IMl.
Notice la hereby given that
whose post office address le Gristly, Oregon,
did on the rath day of Jane, 1920, file in
this office Sworn statement and application
No. 02IS4S, to purchase the REKNEK. Bas
tion 81, Township lg-Soath, Range It-East,
Willamette Meridian, and the timber there
on, under the prorations of the act of June
I, IH7I, and acta amendatory, known ae the
"Timber and Stone Law," at such value as
tight be flied by appraisement, and that,
pursuant to such application, the land and
timber thereon have been appraised. One
Hundred Twenty-Pive Dollars, the timber es
timated TtM board feet at 11.00 per M. and
the land 160.10 J that aald applicant will of
fer final proof In support of hia application
and sworn statement on the tb day of Aug
ust. 19111, before Lake M. BechUll, United
Statea Commissioner, at Prlnevllle, Oregon.
Any person Is at liberty to protest this pur
chase before entry, or Initiate a contest at
any time before patent issues, by filing a
corroborated affidavit In this office, alleg
ing facta which would defeat the entry.
a. r KAN It WOODCOCK,
JOHN J. PRICE
UN DAILY JOURNAL
DAILY AND SUNDAY Se
If mm Wt ant row
alsariv, bJmnm Bed 41 aad wa
will eesMf om bp by special i
PBlNXnUJI DRUG CO.
Meets every Saturday nlfht in Ocfco-
eo Lodge Hall, on Second 8 treat, be
tween 0 and D. N. O., K. D. Hos-
toa; V. O., W. J. Johnson; Secy., J,
Cram; Trees. O. p. Reams.
No cigarette has
the same delicious
flavor as Lucky
Lucky Strike Is the
TIME HAS COME
Qet your furniture revarniehed
and woodwork repainted, Work
lone by ex-service man, Louis
Rovny. Leave orders at Lak
e's Hardware Co. Prineville,
DO IT NOW!
Despite tbe fact tbat financial con
ditions are anything but satisfactory
witb tbe livestock business, local
stockmen are going ahead with tbeir
business In anticipation of tbe re
turn of normal and better conditions.
The fact too, that range conditions
are better this season than tbey have
been for a food many years cast
givea new hope to the fellow who is
striving to make a go of It, and tbe
pessimism tbat would ordinarily be
present wltb economic conditions
such as they are la not generally In
evidence. Reports from all quart
ers within and adjacent to the Ocho
co Forest indicate that a lot of beef
will be ready for tbe market direct
ly from tbe open range by July 1 to
IS. One of the leading wool grow
ers of this section of tbe state made
tbe remark a few days ago that be
had never before seen such fat sheep
or such excellent wool at this season
of the year.
Hanger W. A. Donnelly and S. C.
Congicton, assisted by John Dobryj
win complete today (Thursday) a
telephone line connecting big summit
prairie with Paulina- The new line
parallels the road which Is now un
der construction between these two
It is reported that one of the re
cent waterspouts in this locality did
a lot of damage to the road within '
the Forest on Mill Creek. The road
had just been repalrd and put In
better condition than it bad ever
been before when the waterspout
came. Moaners. Chas. Glasgow and
Chas. Merry are now working on
this road and have the upper end of
It completed to within a half a mile
of tbe main summit. Within two or
three weeks it should be possible to
go by road to Divide Ranger Sta
tion on the summit of the mountain.
This station will be occupied by S.
W. Babcock during the fire season,
from which point he will work the
two lookout points adjacent, vi;
Hash Rock and Tamarac Point.'
Messers. Lee Blevlns, J. E. Wil
son and E. D. Sandvlg are now bu
sily, engaged in Improving the road
up Canyon Creek toward Summit
Prairie from the Ochoco Highway,
and particularity that portion on the
west slope of the mountain. An en
tirely new road will be constructed
over more than half of the distance
up the steep part of the mountain,
and the maximum grade when the
road is completed will be approxim
ately 11 per cent, which will be a
great Improvement over the old
road which was double this percent
or 22 per cent at one of the steep
pitches generally known as a "rest
ing place" for Fords.
Ranger E. W- Donnelly, assisted
by Mesaers. Cy KImmell, Judd Lytle,
Eugene Miller and Richard Helms,
haa just completed 5 1-2 miles of
new telephone line between Allison
Ranger Station and the main line
which serves the section about Su
plee. The line will now be extended
south from Allison Ranger Station
to Black Butte before July 1, and
immediately thereafter another line
of IS miles will be constructed on
towards Burns, to connect with a
new line to be built by the Malheur
Forest. When this system la com
pleted, the Ochoco and Malheur For
ests will be In a position to co-oper
ate very much. more closely than ev
er before in a fire protection and
Ranger Ralph Elder, who receiv
ed instruction from Portland to re
port for Airplane -patrol for tiro pro
tection, has been advised that he will
not be needed this season on account
of the substitution of another ran
ger whose physical condition would
not permit him to continue with the
work of the average ranger in the
field, but whose ability to fill the
position as a pilot for airplane pa
trol service bad not been Impaired.
This is certainly good news to the
Ochoco, since a lot of work had been
planned for Ranger Elder's district
for the season and the local adminis
tration had been hard put to find a
meanB to accomplish the work with
the Iobs of Mr. Elder.
Ranger Blake, with the assistance
of W. E- Bennett and Matt Asher, Is
reconstructing his pasture' fence at I X
Beaver Ranger Station, also build
ing about two miles . of telephone
line, burning accumulated brush at ! X
the station as the result of wood cut
ting, etc., and doing numerous oth
er Improvement Jobs about his bead
quarters, which will greatly Increase
the attractiveness of the place. Dur
ing the year, It is expected that the
station barn, wood-shed,' and other
buildings will be stained with the
regulation bungalow brown color, a
new yard fence constructed which
will extend out and front the new
highway Just completed, an addition
made to the station house In the
form of a new kitchen and bathroom
and other Improvement Jobs too
numerous to mention.
The sage rat extermination cam
paign which was recently waged on 2
the south side ot Maury Mountain
Last Big Block of
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a-fae e alae ef tea Una. easy ravsatass
saal is reawkeMe ialke biatorvWfnkZ
wltb such effective results Is now Point on the south line of said
being extended to a north slope and section 23 aforesaid, which point is)
within the next couple of weeks it Is. '750 feet west of the said point of
expected that many of these modern beginning and containing (.2 acres
pests will breathe their last. The more or less, be Included within tha
work will be under tbe supervision boundaries of tbe Ochoco Irrigation
of C. W. Goodknlght and John Knox District, and all persons Interested
representing tbe Forest Service. are hereby notified to appear at the
office of said board on Tuesday,
China P rot ecu Decorations. the 2nd day ot An"t. IMl, at tea
In China It is a punishable offense O'clock m- an1 tao euse, if any
for a man to wear a button, an no- the7 have, why the petition should
broidery or a decoration of a rank "ot be granted.
superior to bla own. j Thla petition la published for
, three sonsecutlve week In the Crook
NOTICE TO rREDITORS ( County Journal, published In Crook
' Notice is hereby given that the un- C"nty- 0re8on' and the first 'ubl1
slgned ha. been appointed adminis-. CaUon hereof 1. June 23rd. 1911.
trator of th eatara nf Bonlamir. A !
Ward, deceased, by the County Court
of Crook County. State of Oregon.
and ail creditors of said deceased
and all persons barring claims aga-
inst said estate must present the
same with proper vouchers to the un
dersigned at the office of L- M.
Bechtel, in Prineville, Oregon, with
in six months from the date ot the
first publication ot this notice.
Dated and published fir
tbe 23rd day ot June, 1921.
Dated and published first time
WILLARD H. WIRTZ,
Administrator ot the Estate of Ben- ee qur. sw qur. Sec 22 and ne qur.
jamtn A. Ward, deceased. quar. Sec 27. twp. 20 ' south
Lake M. Bechtel, Attorney for the range 20 east ot Willammettej
estate. 40-St Meridian, has filed notice of lnten-
tlorj to make three year proof, to es
Notice is hereby given that W. C. ' tablish claim to the land above dee
Evans has filed his petition with the crlbed. before H. C. Ellis. United
Secretary of the Board of Directors States Commissioner, at Bend, Ore
of the Ochoco Irrigation District gon, on the 11th day of August,
with the prayer that the following 1921.
land, to-wlt: Beginning at a point' Claimant names as witnesses: O.
575 feet west of the southeast cor- B. Caldwell, R. F. D- No. 1, Bos 18,
ner of the aouthwest quarter of 8ec-' Bend, Oregon, Jamea Morrison, R.
Uon S3 In twp- IS s of r 15 e.W. M F. D., No. 1. Box IS, Bend, Oregon,
thence following the main canal oflLon Bright, ot Dry Lake, Oregon,
the Ochoco Irrigation District In a Samuel W. Merrill, of Brothers, Ore
northwesterly direction 900 feet; ' gon. ,
thence along aald main canal In a H- FRANK WOODCOCK, Register,
southwesterly direction 700 feet to 40-6t
THE BUILDING LINE
Yours For Service ii
BRICK AND AIX KINDS
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ON ANYTHING IN TBS
BUILDINO LIN. BED Ml BEFORE TOU BEGIN THJD WORK
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Mala 84. PrlnavlUs. Ors.
Secretary of Board of
, IrrI8a" strict
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. TJ. fl.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
June 18, 1921
Notice is hereby given that
CLAY W. LONG
of R. F. D. Number 1. Rnr 1.
Bend, Oregon, who. on Dee. 8. 1917,
made Homestead Entry No. 019487,
for nw quar. n halt sw quar. and,
OF CONCRETE WORK
BOMB ON EAST PAYMENTS
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