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THITRHDAY, TLY T, 1021
CROOK COVHTT JOURNAL
TOR 8ALB A 1600 gallon red
wood storage unk. Inquire at
Ibis office, t'o 40
TOR 8 A LB Kordson tractor, well
quipped and guaranteed to be In
first elaaa condition. Inquire at
this office. 40tf
WILL PAY-Oood Wages tor help
to pick pear Frank Pratt, Madras,
WILL DB-In Prlnevllls every Wed
nesday and Thursday with fresh
vegetables. Frank Pratt the man
with the Ford trailer, tip
STRAYED From the Btnte Bridge
Campat liner Creek, one black
milk cow, branded TC bar on the
right hip. both ear cropped. No
tify Fred Cayton at 418 Went 6th
lre.it. or phone Black 881. 40-tf.
WANTEI).-"nbullt, second-hand or
overhauled" canary bird cago. In
Inulre at this office.
OCHOCO HOOMINQ IIOUSK-Umler
new mnnagmnnt. Rooms by the
day, week or month. Ratea reason
able. Mrs. Mm Wilson. tOp
COMIIINKI) -Harvester tor sale.
In good cimdltlon, ready to put to
work. Will still right If you need
such a machine we can deal. Come
In and talk It over. Ouy Lafollette,
Frlnevllln, Oregon, tfp
UNITED ARTISANS, Prtaevllla Aa
. aembly No. ltt, meets tte tret
nd third Monday of each month
la the K. of P. Halt AU TtolUng
Artisans are welcome.
FLORENCI CYRUS, M. A.
MARTHA A. NXYIL, Kaey,
WILLARD H. WIRTZ District At
torney. Office Crook County Bank
Building, Prlnevllle, Oregon. tl.
M. R. ELLIOTT Attorney at Law
Court House St., Prlnevllle Ore
NOTICI FOB PUBLICATION
Depart enl of the Interior, U. I. f-and
rrire at The Ialla, Oreana, Jan t, l!.
Noli la rier.hr aea that
LlLLll ml n. MKDt.rrxn
of Prlnevllle, Orwra, who, en Mairk IS. 114
maile Peeert Lena. Kntrr, No H2ot, far
' nK'A BMtmn Tomihlp is-goath.
Bans 17-Eaat, Wlltaoutta Merldlaa, Baa
riles aollra of tntentloa Is make final Proof,
br parrhaalnt ander H of Merck . Ml.
to aatabllak claim Is Ihe land abort Seeerlb.
ad, before Lake M. fterhtell. United Btaue
CoimalaaloMr, at Prinertlle, Oreexm, ea tha
lain oar el iulf. mi.
Claimant naffM aa wftnaaaeaf
Alhart War, Geonre P. War. Oeear A. Reo
lund. Bertha Carry, all of Prlnerllle, Orecoa.
H. FKAffK WOODCOCK,
DR. E. O. HYDB
Physician and Bevgeoe)
Office SOI Third Km
C11A8, B. EDWARDS
' Physician A Burgeon
Glasses Correctly Fitted
817 Mala 8k, IMnevflla, Oawgoa.
MILLINERY Just . received new
stock of millinery. Another on
the way. Look at my stock be
fore buying elsewhere. Prices rea
sonable. Mrs. J. N. Wright.
Mail your Hemstltcblug and Plcot
Edge work to The Singer Sewing
Machine Co., Bond, Oregon for
prompt snrvlce. The Singer Sew
ing Machine Co., Box 160, Rend,
OCHOCO PROJECT Irrigated land
. to trade tor Prlnevllle property.
R. L. Bcbee, Prlnevllle, Ore. SStf.
LOST A small brown tailor Jacket
la Prlnevllle a week ago. Leave
at Journal office. 19-tfc
H. P. Belknap L. V. Belknap
BELKNAP A BELKNAP
Physicians and Snrirsoae
Offloe isa East Third We4
Office phone II Keeidenee II
NOTICR POB PUBLICATION
Deir)ment of the Interior, U. 8. Land of-
rife ai The Dalian, Orema. April tl, 1HI.
Notice la herebir airen that
whoaa poat office addreae la Grlnlr, Oregon,
did on the SMIlh dar of Jane, 11)20, file la
m oinre sworn elaleinent ana api'lleatloa
No. KIM, to purrhaee the 8F.14NE1,, See.
tlon tl, Townehlp It-South, Kenae It-Eaet,
Willamette Meridian, and the Umber there
on, under the Prorlalona of the act of Jane
S, 1R7S, and acta amendatory, known aa the
"Timber and fliona Law," at eurh value aa
atiirht be fixed br eirpreienaent, and that,
purauant to ucb application, the land and
timbrr thereon have been aiprabted, One
Hundred Twentr-FIre Dollare. the timber es
timated "CM board feet at 11.00 per M. and
the land lit) M; that aald applicant will of
fer final proof In aupport of hia application
and aworn atatement on tha Oh dr of Am
tint, K1. before Lake M Bechtell, United
Sutea Commlaaioner, at Prlnerllle, Oreiron.
Anr penoa la at libertr to protest thla pur
chate hrfcire enlrr. or Initiate a content at
anr lime before patent leauea, br fillns a
enrroborated affidavit In thla office, alWc
ins facta which would defeat the entry.
H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
DR. H. 0. DAVIS
Crook County Bank Baildlag
LAKE H. UECHTELL
V. H. ('oinmlMlonrr
frook County Bank Building
PRINK VLLLK . . OKhXeON
WANTED Oood, small sited trunk,
must be reasonable. Bee Alice
FOR RENT Cow and hone pasture
at $1.00 a month per head. Forty
rods northeast from depot Apply
Henry Winters, IStfo.
CALK BOOKS Neatly printed
and bound. Bent $1.00 to the
Journal and one will be mailed to
yoa, postage paid. Itfc.
Do your eye troable yoe? Are
war glaasee giving satisfaction or do
ey aeed changing? It so; eall oa
Br. r. H. Day, 11 Mala St, Prlne
vllle, Oregon. He la permanently te
at that addreea lltfa.
MfORB YOU SION a Ufa lnsup
aaea eon tract la any other eosa
aaay examine tha superior eon.
traot aad low premium rate od
Orecoa Life. Sea. T L. Qnlna,
tta local agent tttfe
Those having eye troabtea or aar
om troubles should eall and aea Dr.
r. H. Day, 110 Mala St, PrluerUla.
Oregon. , 11 tte.
' UARN ELECTRICITY-k-ot tetas
tig buslnesserowlng big pay now
(or Electricians, Auto Electricians,
Ignition Experts, Battery Men, Me
chanical Draf tamanmbig future for
Bngineera-of every kindyou can
Butter one of these llnetearn more
aooneysgain success write today
(or free catalog hundreds of grad
Batai holding good jobs-over 2,000
tea trained annually a great school
lor ambitious menwrite today.
Heeld's Engineering School
1101 Sutter Street Sen Francisco
AH makes and all ttylxa I0 up. Borne that were
uard and rrloawd by the V. S. Gov't. Uiirgitina.
- State your ni'fda and wa will deeorihe and quote.
The LINOWRITCR, a printing otfioo Niscaun-Tl
Ribboni any olnr"H delivirod. Oivo name and
modt'l. Curbon pipor 8il9 100 aheeta tlM deliv'd.
Empire Typo Foundry, Mks. Wood Type,
Metal Typewritten Supplies, Buffalo, N. Y.
"The oldest office In Oregon"
14 North Second Street
JOHN J. PRICE
DR. PAUL O. LONG
Acute and Chronlo Caaea
10 to It, t to t. By appointment
Offloea over Journal Presa.
Telephone, Red t(l.
Calls answered day or night
W. H. CTBC8
OREGON DAILY JOURNAL
DAILY AND SUNDAY 65c
If yaa dost get roar paper nea
alarly, phone Red 481 and wa
will send one ap Dy special I
PRINEnUJO DBCQ CO.
Meeta every Saturday night la Ocho
eo Lodge Hall, on Second Street be
tween O and D. N. 0., K. D. Hua
ton; V. Q., W. J. Johnson: Secy., S.
Cram; Treas. Q. P. Reams.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the un
signed has been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Benjamin A.
Ward, deceased, by the County Court
of Crook County, State of Oregon,
and all creditors of said deceased
and all persons having claims aga
inst said estate must present the
same with proper vouchers to the un
dersigned at the office of I M.
Bechtel, In Prlnevllle, Oregon, with
in six months from the date of the
first publication of this notice.
Dated and published first time
the 23rd day of June, 1921.
WILLARD- H. WIRTZ,
Administrator of the Estate of Ben
jamin A. Ward, deceased.
Lake M. Bechtel, Attorney tor the
Notice Is hereby given that W. C.
Evans has filed his petition with the
Secretary of the Board of Directors
of tfie Ochoco Irrigation District
with the prayer that the following
land, to-wit: Beginning at a point
675 feet west of the southeast cor
ner of the southwest quarter of Sec
tion S3 In twp- 13 s of r 15 e.W. M.
thence following the main canal ot
the Ochoco Irrigation District In a
northwesterly direction 900 . feet;
thence along said main canal in a
southwesterly direction 700 feet to
a point on the south line of said
section S3 aforesaid, which point ta
1750 feet west ot the said point of
beginning and containing (.8 acres
more or less, be included within the
boundaries of the Ochoco Irrigation
District, and all persons Interested
are hereby notified to appear at the
office ot said board on Tuesday,
the 2nd day ot August, 1921, at ten
o'clock a. m., and show cause, if any
they have, why the petition should
not be granted.
This petition is published tor
three soneecutlve week in the Crook
County Journal, published in Crook
County. Oregon, and the first publi
cation thereof is June 23rd. 1921.
B. A. SORDAL,
Secretary of Board ot Directors,
Ochoco Irrigation District 40-St
jyg r -
When writing advertisers pleas
mention The Journal
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
June 18, 1921
Notice 1s hereby given that
l CLAY W.LONQ
of R. F. D. Number 1, Box 18,
Bend, Oregon, who. on Dec. 8, 1917,
made Homestead Entry No. 019487,
for nw quar. n bait ew quar. and
Be qur. sw qur. Sec. 22 and ne qur,
nw quar. Sec. 27. twp. 2,0 south
range 20 east of Wlllammette
Meridian, has filed notice ot Intan
tka to make three year proof, to ea-
tabllsh claim to tha land above dee
crtbed, before U. C Ellis. United
States Commissioner, at Bend, Ore
gon, on the 11th day of August,
1921. ' , .
Claimant namea as witnesses: O.
B. Caldwell, R. jr. D- No 1, Box It,
Bend, Oregon, Jamea Morrison, R.
F D No. 1, Box 18, Bend, Oregoa
Lon Bright of Dry Lake, Oregon,
Samuel W. Merrill, of Brother. Ore
goa. H-TRANK WOODCOCK, Register
ynenyms For Jaw.
The name larat-llte is oaually' em
ployed with reference to the religion,
Hebrew with reference to the lan
guage, literature and race, while Jew
Is uwd ImlleortinlnHtely to it-present a
member of Hie HenilUe race or a fol
lower of the religion of Moses. Tbey
would be dlHtlngulahed as "convert to
Judalwn" snd "convert to Christian
ity" or "convened Jew," so there
would be no doubt that It was the re
ligion that was being expressed.
A Man's Weight In Gold.
How much Is a billion dollars? One
billion dullurs' worth of coin sliver
would make a cuhe nearly 50 feet on an
eit-e. If you were worth your weight
in silver tliut would not make you
rich. The weight of a 180-pound nmn
wild be balanced on ihe scales with
I2.C00 wor'h of coin sliver. His
eight In coined gold would be worth
i i Tim .j
Last Big Block of the Canadian Pacific
die effftrih at K. ke .' fc rK. rlu iud. a .
A. Wnura Caae4a thai will auae MMaM ind-Im.fc-ril. The oentr, la .
SBiMd larmae at writ ea erata rw"f. l.f, tea rae I.Mf rmn he b-.-ht ortr f-r -m
nme WMie-ea iMtorailr, prime will be a,rhrr. Meier aeata aa tae Mank Aakanaaei
ill (ana J
Your List Big Opportaaitr
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i aaal trtaieliiwaa.
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toe aaa eur fi
)' aratrke 1 MealtaM, Bartaathena
ana tJaerta et arten aMraelee abeot Plea
aara, p kaat la SuallMia Almrta eadar
28 Tears to Etri and to Pay
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lit aiitliwu ABama, the CwttMHtw aNeMf
lUilway bast dlcntel tfaa kmttmH MMftrkJuaJ
Trtarauoai atrateruitinf mm tha aaaKftftat
CUrassai. Thla dutncl aamaAwMa a iai t mi
tJs btmt mumM) te Cummtm. Am frfallirag
JupfHr of watarr is mdaurittmrmi ondesr tha
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U mm arra op, 6m tfi aai
fara Uaf aa Toeja- boaMTlafvsaK vato Ml
krrnm avid oada aaay. ThAt mnmtmnrmnont
mOm atuatkaa aa tha ma araat Motk ax
Special Ratea for Honemkers
W Fal iaajWraiaHaaj
aVaahf FJiaMai tot hmmmt sfcta aMha tat
i n.aa eaara . afaad mw9 fay ?ra Uawtrcu Mfa
fliUto aaaaarta.a ail anaslfaaa aad Uina himj
mm -arai atvt ani wraai. vrr wi'i rNw.
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OCHOCO RKALTT CXX
431 Main 8t
II 11 LtnMj, uertnenent. rneaa eaaae rraa
liy! S!e aa acre op, da the aa, ea,' parneflt it Main St. Prinere-illat. Are. I I
The Simple Life.
I'rof. George Suiuayana writes:
"To be poor In order to be simple,
to' produce les In order that the prod
uct may be more choice and beautiful,
and' may leave us less burdened with
unnercftxury duties and uaeless pos
mHslous that Is an Ideal not yet artic
ulate In the American mind ; yet bere
ond there I seem to have heard a
slKh After It, a groan at the perpetual
Incubus of hnKinpfw and shrill society."
Famous English Poem.
Ixxiore la a cataract three miles
from Oreta hull. Kenwlck,. Cumberland,
EiiRland, rendered famous by the won
derrnl piece of word-painting by the
English poet, Robert Southey. failed
"The Cataract of Lodore," published
In IffiiO. This has been considered one
of the best pieces of word-painting In
the Rngllah language, at least of a
Spotted Wall Paper.
Harks where people bare rested
their heads can be removed from wall
paper by mixing pipe clay with water
to the consistency of cream, laying It
on the spot and letting It remain until
the following day, when It can be
brushed off. The mark, unless It Is
of long standing, will be found to
have vanished. .
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THE BUILDING LINE
Yours For Service !
Platinum Long Known. "
The existence of platinum was first
made known In Europe by Antonio de
Clloa In 1838. It was first de
scribed by Watson In Philosophical
Transactions of 1750.
City Was Impregnable.
The anr-tenr Ae art... l
..j vi .iiuctTD was
fight miles wide arfd fourteen mllea
long was surrounded by a wall 100
feet In height and an arlrU ihn. .i...
Iota could ha driven abreast oa ha
"Newt never did nave good sense P
Interrupted Gap Johnson of Rumpus
Ridge, Ark. "He ort to have knowed
that It would be cheaper to take a
shot at his brother-in-law than to bora
the honse down to get rid of him."
Kansa City Star.
, An expert announces that there art
ten causes of crime. Wonder If be
lief In the old adage that "the
die young" le one of them.
Here's why CAMELS are
the quality cigarette
jDECAUSE we put the utmost quality into this ,
one brand. Camels are as good as it's pos-
sible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of
fine tobaccos to make a cigarette.
Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this
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best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done
simply for show.
Take the Camel package for instance. It's the
most perfect packing science can devise to pro
tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper
secure foil wrapping revenue stamp to seal ,
the fold and make the package air-tight But
there's nothing flashy about it. You'll find no
extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. "
Such things do not improve the smoke any more
than premiums or coupons. And remember you'
must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.,
If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest
cigarette you can imagine and one entirely free " .
from cigaretty aftertaste
It's Camels for you.
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