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TIIK I1KXI UUTitiKTIN', I1KND, OHR., MEDXKSDAY, Jt'IA 28, 101.1.
Clearing Fields of Weed Pests
By H. D. SCUDDER, Agronomist at O. A. C.
Tho following article on weed con
trol first appeared In tho press bul
letin of tho Oregon Agricultural Col
lege. Its teaching 1b so much needed
in Crook county that Its reproduc
tion is begun In this issuo of Tho
lltilletln, to be completed In future
Thoro oro many farms in eastern
Oregon whore weeds reduce tho yield
fully CO per cent. Thero aro somo
areas In tho Columbia basin which
wero formorly fanned which have
been entirely abandoned to weeds and
-nrc H" uuuiunuil I1IUOO Ul tlldll 1MA-
,( that most eastern Oregon farmors
pny to stato, county and district each
year do not begin to oqual m amount
the toll In crop yields nnd extra la-
I.Mw tlinl Hinsn fnrmnra iinv In tn
,vay of losses through weed pests.
hit tho weed situation In this part of
the stato wero normal or In any way
lmlil In control, nerhnna tlin mnltpr
would not be so serious. Hut this
!h not tho case. The area claimed
and tho losses caused by eastern Ore
gon weeds nro steadily on the In
crease rnnil alarmlDg in extent. Ef
forts not only of tho Individual far
mer but of cntiro communities
should bo onllsted In an prganlzed
fight against this situation. Tho very
favorable conditions for crops this
spring havo given tho wheat such a
heavy growth that oven tho weediest
fields look very much better than
tlinv HHiinllv do. This tnmnnrnrv
11 condition, however, should not de-
YM;ero tho farmerly but only stimulato
mm to inaKo an mo greater enori
to lessen tho loss from this evil.
Can tho Wi-wlt bo Controlled.
fnuf nrmlnrn flrnirnn fnrmnra tvlin.
Ihnvo used tho propor methods havo!
I round it possible to control tho
weeds nnd greatly rcduco tho losses
from them. Tho oxtcnslvo experi
ence with weed oradlcatlon of tho
liten on tho ground has demonstrated
that there aro certain practical moth-
lids through which tho weeds can bo
rconomlcally controlled, weeds nre
liot easily held in check, however,
knd methods which will control them
Ihoroforo must bo used systematical-
-that Is, incorporated Into tho
legular schedulo of tho yearly work
ilth tho land.
limiKcroiiM Qualities in Certain Weeds
Tho most widespread nnd danger-
bus weeds on tho eastern Oregon dry
arming lands aro tho tumbling mtiB.
tird (commonly called tho "Jim Mill'
tntstnrd). tho Itusslnn thistle, and
tho tar weed. Tho most harmful
L'aturo of tho "Jim Hill" mustard
Ind tho Russian thistle Is that when
tiey aro rlpo tho weed breaks off at
io ground nnd then blows for miles
Ivor the opon country. Tho Bocds
torn thcso tumbling plants nro slink-
on out' only gradually, so that with
every Jump n few hundred or thous
anus or seeds aro scattered In a now
placo. When It Is remembored that
a full-grown normal mustard plant
will bear an avorago of 1,500,000
seeds, It can bo seen that this ability
to travel, combined with an ample
Biipply of ammunition, makes these
wind roving plants an effectlvo ono-
my. Another featuro of the mustard
Is the vitality ot the seed, due to tts
olltness and resistant seed coat. Mus
tard seeds will keep alive In tho soil
from ten to fifteen years: honco
whtin oncd scattered and plowed un
der, tho soil becomes charged with
them and every tlmo It Is replowed a
certain amount ot the scod Is brought
closo enough to tho surfaco to ger
minate, perhaps many yours after tho
seed has been turned under. All ot
these weeds aro very heavy feeders
upon tho soil moisture nnd plant
food supply, In this way dlroctly re
ducing the crop yields. In addition,
they greatly Incrcaso the difficulties
and costs ot harvesting.
(Continued next week.)
Uso Deschutes Spray Flour. Whit-
nnd bettor thnn ovor. For salo by
Iho Now Hend Flour Mill Co. Adv.
IcstOrntlon to Kntry of Lands in Na
Notlco Is hereby givon that tho
knds described below, embracing ICO
rros, within tho Deschutes Natlonnl
goreBt, Oregon, will bo subject to
Htlomont nnd entry under tho pro-
slons of tho homestead laws ot the
Inlted States and tho act of Juno 11,
fiOG (34 Stat., 233,) at tho United
tntcs land ofllco nt Lakoviow, Ore-
n, on August 30, 1915. Any sot-
lor who was actually and In good
kith claiming any of said lands for
prlcultural purposes prior to Janu-
Fy 1, 1906, and has not nbandoned
mo, has a preferenco right to make
homestoad entry for tho lands ac-
tally occuplod. Said lands wero
stcd upon tho applications of tho
Arsons mentioned below, who hnvo
preference right subject to the prior
ght of any such Bettler, provided
bch settlor or applicant Is qualified
mako homestead entry and tho
reference right Is exorcised prior to
iigust30, 1315, on which date the
Bids will bo subject to settlement
Id entry by any quallflod person.
so lands aro as follows: Tho SWVi
IV' U SEW. the 8EU SE SWU,
8V4 SWV4 8 ESWVi 8octlon
T, 21 S.. tho NW NEW. the
NWli NEW. tho WV4 SWVi
EVi NEU. tho NE NWVi, the
NWVi NWU. tho BWVi NWVi
'Vi. tho NWVi SEU NWV4. tho
:V4 SWVi NWVi, Section 3, T. 22
R. 8 E., W. M.. ISO acres, listed
du application of James F, Llppin-
L.a Pine, Oregon: List 0-1687.
ae 17, 1915, C. M. Bruce, Assistant
imlaslonor of the General Land
NOTICK OF CONTEST.
Department of tho Intorlor, U. S.
Land Ofllco, Tho Dalles, Oregon,
j my za, mm. a
iu uubl'IUI u. ruruf ui jyuibu, m uuu-
Ington, Rainier, Oregon, Contcsteo:
You nre hereby notified that II.
Esther Oravatt, who gives Hend,
Oregon, as his poBt ofilco address,
did on Juno .22, 1915. filo In this
ofllco his duly corroborated applica
tion to contest nnd sccuro tho can
cellation ot your homestead, entry
No. 0118C0, Sorlnl No. , made
July 7, 1913, for West Unit (W4)
Section 9, Township 20 South, Uango
18 East, Willamotto Meridian, and
nc groundB for his contest ho nllcgcs
that said entryman has failed to hil-
tlvato said tract or any part thoreof;
that said entryman has wholly aban
doned said tract for upwnrds of six
months last past nnd that mich fnll
uro and abandonment was not duo
to his employment In tho army, navy
or marlno corps of the United States
In tlmo of war or otherwise.
You aro, therefore furthor notified
that tho said allegations will bo takon
by this ofilco as having bcon confoji
ed by you, and your Bald entry w,ll
bo cancelled thcrouudor without your
furthor right to bo heard therein,
either boforo this ofilco or on nppoal,
It you fat: to filo In this ofilco with
in twenty days after tho FOURTH
publication ot this notlco, ns shown
bolow, your nnswor, undor onth, spe
cifically meeting and responding to
thcso allegations of contest, or It you
fall within that tlmo to filo In this
Ofllco duo proof that you havo served
a copy ot your answer on tho said
contestant either In person or by
roglstcrod mnll. If thin sorvlco 't
mndo by tho delivery of a copy of
your answer to tho contestant In per
son, proof ot such sorvlco must .be
olthor tho said contestant's wrltton
acknowledgment ot his receipt of the
copy, showing tho dnto of tts receipt,
or tho nllldavlt of tho porson oy
whom tho delivery wan mndo stating
when and wliero tho copy was deliv
ered; It mndo by rogistored mail,
proof of such sorvlco must consist
of tho nllldavlt of tho porson by whom
tho copy was mailed stating whon
nnd tho post ofilco to which It was
mailed, and this affidavit must "c
accompanied by tho postmastor's ro
celpt for tho letter.
You should stato in your answer
Tho nnmo of tho post ofllco to which
you deslro futuro notices to be sent
H. FRANK WOODCOCK, Register.
Dato of first publication July 2S,
Dato of second publication Aug. 4,
Dato of third publication Aug. 11,
Date of fourth publication, Aug 18,
NOTICE FOR I'UIIMCATIOX.
I'roof mndo' under Act Juno 0, 1012,
NOT COAL LAND.
Department ot tho Interior, U. S,
Land Ofilco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
July 12, 1915.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Pot
er I). Johnson, f Mllllcan, Oregon,
who, on April 8th, 1912, mndo Home
Btead Entry NO. 010160, and on Sep
tember 1st, 1912, made additional
Homestoad Entry, N6. 010712, for
SWVi, SV4 NWVi and lot 4, Section
3, Township 20 South, Range 15
East, Willamette Meridian, has filed
nolle of lntontton to mnko Final
thri'o year proof, to establish claim
to tho land abovo described, before
H. C. Ellis, U. S. Commissioner, at
Hend, Oregon, on tho 23rd day ot
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Aaron D. Norton, Cnrrlo Norton, Ell
Ham I). Klgcr, Fred G. Klger, all of
H. FRANK WOODCOCK
20-24 c Register.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Hy virtue of an execution duly Is
sued by tho clerk of tho Circuit Court
of the County of Crook, Stnto ot
Oregon, dated this lGth day ot July.
1915, In a cortaln action In tho Cir
cuit Court for the said County nnd
State, wherein H. E. Wlllcrton,
Plaintiff, recovered Judgment acnlnst
Henry Payotto and Allco M. Payette,
formorly Allco M. York, husband and
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NOTICE FOR PUnLICATION.
?nrtment ot the Interior, U. S.
.and Ofllco at Tho Dalles. Oregon,
Inly 19. 1915.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Wil
li. Klger, Jr., of Bond. Oregon,
o, on January 20th, 1912, mad
imestead Entry No. 09868 and on
tober 9th. 1913 made additional
imestcad Entry, No. 012176, for
".4 NWS, lots 3-4. Section 2. SA
"Vi and lots 1-2, Section 3, Town-
Ip 20 South. Range 14 East, Wll-
jetto Meridian, has filed notice of
tentlon to make Final Three Year
oof, to establish claim to tho land
3vo described, before II, C. Ellis,
S. Commlslsoner, at Dend, Oregon,
the 1st day of September, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
lis C. Henkle. Henry D. Ford, Aaron
Norton, Louis II. Glass, all or
II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
Bend-Klamath Auto Stage Co.
Bend-Burns Auto Stage Co.
HEND HARPER 9 lJiO
IIENI LA PINE i!.BO
HEND CRESCENT 4.00
HEND LONGROTH 0.00
HEND FORT KLAMATH 0.00
1IKNII OIIIIiOQUlN 10.00
HEND KliAMATH FALLS ll.BO
HEND HUHN8 10.00
Cars Leave Hend for Klamath Full Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday after Morning Train.
R. a. LAMHEHSON, Agent, Hend, Oregoi.
and way points
A Seven Passenger Touring Car
Each Way Eacli Day.
RIDE IN THE EASY CARS
Walter Coombs, L D. Fox, Pioneer
Auto Stage and Truck Co.
SUCCESSORS TO WENANDY LIVERY CO.
Freight Trucks in Addition
wife, Defendants, for tho sum of Flvo
Hundred Six and no 100 Dollars,
with Interest at tho rato ot 8 per cent
per annum from tho first day of Sep
tember, luis, together with Seventy
Flvo and no 100 Dollars attorney's
fees, and tho further sum of Twenty
Flvo and no 100 Dollars costs, nnd
Notice is hereby given thnt I will,
on Saturday, tho 21st day of August,
1915, at the North front ddor of the
courthouse in Prlnovllle, In said
County, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon
of said day, sell at public auction, to
tho highest bidder for cash, nil right
and title thnt the above named de
fendants Henry Pnyctto nnd Allle M.
Payette have or had at dato of said
Judgment In the following described
property, to-wit: Tho east M, 0f tho
southeast quarter of section 27 nnd
tho north k of the northeast quarter
of Boctlon 34 of towiiBhlp 17 south of
rnngo 25 east of tho Willamette Me
ridian In Crook county, Oregon.
E. 11. KNOX,
Sheriff of Crook County.
Dated at Prlnovllle. Oregon, this
15th day of July, 1915.
Ily FLOYD A. ROWELL.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF ORIJOON FOR CROOK
In tho matter of tho Estalo of Jesso
L. Polish, Deceased.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt pursu
ant to the order of this court dated
Junal4th, 1915, tho underslcned will
from nnd nfter August 13th, 1915,
proceed to sell at private salo for
cash the following described real es
tnto of snld Estate, to-wit: NW'U of
Section 8, Township 18 S. of Rnngo
1G E. W. M.
Dnted this 14lh day of July, 1915.
S. C. CALDWELL,
As Administrator of tho Estnto of
Jesso L. Poush, Deceased. 19-22c
NOTICE OF PURIFICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Ofllce nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
July 9th, 1915.
NOTICE Is hereby given that WIN
Ham K. Atcn, ono of the heirs nnd
for tho heirs of George E. Aton, do
censod, who. on Mny 15th, '1911,
mado Homestead Entry, No. 08920.
for HW. Section 17, Township 17
South, nnngo 14 East, Willamette
Morldlan, has filed notlco of Inten
tion to mnko Flnnl Throo Year Proof,
to establish claim to tho land abovo
described, beforo II. C. Ellis, U. S.
Commissioner, nt llond, Oregon, on
tho 19th day of August, 191G.
Claimant hnmes as witnesses:
Ilonry E. Ruffo, Mary F. Honn, Donno
n. Froomnn, Milton A. Pnlmor, all
of llond. Oregon. .
H. ritANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICE FOR PURIFICATION.
Department of tho Intorlor, U. 8,
Land Ofllco nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Juno 28th, 1915.
NOTICE Is hereby glvon that
George E. Hcathiiian, of llond, Oro
gon, who, on July 22nd, 1912, mado
Homestoad Entry, No. 010561, for
W, Section 3D, Township 19 South,
range 14 East Willamotto Morldlpn,
has fllod notlco of Intention to mnko
Flnnl thrco year Proof, to establish
claim to tho laud abovo described, bo
foro II. C. Ellis, U. S. Commissioner
nt Rend, Orogon, on tho 9th day
of AugtiBt, 1915,
Claimant nnmes as witnesses:
Daniel W. Pooler, il.ouls II. Glass,
Howard F. Dyor, Aaron D. Norton, all
The Miller Lumber Company
of Ilcntl, Oregon.
H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department Of tho Intorlor, U. S,
Land O III co nt Tho Dalles, Orogon,
Juno 28th, 1915. '
NOTICE Is hereby given that
William 11. McAdow, of Mllllcan, Oro
gon, who, on Juno 2Sth, 1.912, mndo
Homestcnd Entry, No. D10480, for
NE Section 7 nnd NV, Section
8, Township 20, South, Rnngo, 15
East, Willamotto Meridian, has fllod
notlco of Intention to mnko Final
Three Year Proof, to establish claim
to tho land nbovo dnscrlbod, before
II. C, Ellis, U. 8. Commissioner, at
llond, Oregon, on tho lCth day ot
Clnlmaut names as witnesses:
William II. Klger. Fred O. Klger,
Aaron D. Norton, Peter II. Johnson,
nil of Mllllcan, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Dopartmont of tho Intorlor, United
Stntcs Lund Olllco, Lnkovlow, Oro
gon, Juno 17th, 1915.
To Ray Thomas of Monmouth, Oro
You nro hereby notified that Jos
eph W. Lynch, who gives 78 1 Enst
26th Street, Portland, Oregon, as his
post-olllco nddrcss, did on April 27th,
1915, filo in this olllco his duly cor
roborated application to c6ntcst nnd
secure tho cancellation of your Home
stead Entry No. 07412, Serial No.
07112, mado April 10th, 1914, tor
West V4 Section 20, Township 22
South, Rangu 19 Enst, Willamotto
Morldlnn, and ns grounds for his con
test ho nllogos thnt snld Ray Thomas
has wholly failed to establish his
rcsldonco on said land, hna wholly
fnlled to cultlvato and Improve- tho
snmo as required by law, and has
wholly nbandonjed tho snmo tor moro
than six months Inst past. .
You uro, thoroforo, further notified
that tho snld allegations will bo tak
en ns confessed, and your said entry
wltl bo cnncollod without furthor
right to ho heard, olthor boforo -this
ofllco or on appeal, If you fall to filo
In this olllco within twenty dnya after
tho FOURTH publication ot this no
tlco, as shown bolow, your answer,
undor onth, specifically responding to
tlicsp allegations of contest, together
with duo proof thnt you hnvo served
a copy of your auswor on tho snld
contestant cither In person or by reg
You nhoiild stnto In your nnswor
tho nnmo of tho post olllco to which
joa deslro futuro notices to bo sent
JAS. HURGESS, Register.
Dnto of first publication July 7,
Dato of second publication July 14,
Dnto of third publication July 21,
Data ot fourth publication July 28,
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So satisfying and comforting that men
are glad to hear about it. And then
when they've found it their next impulse
is to see that their friends get the good
A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco seasoned
nnd sweetened just enough cuts out so much of tlur
gnnding and spitting.
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One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
((Notice bow the salt briaaa
out the rlctt tobacco taste.)
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NOTICH OK Klll'UUT'H HAI,K.
Ily vlrtuo of nn execution duly ls
sued by tho clork of tho Circuit Court
of tho County of Crook, Stnto of Oro.
Ron, dnted this 9th day of Juno,
1915, In n cortnln action In tho Cir
cuit Court for tho snld County and
3tnto, whoro In Deschutes Stato Dank,
a corporation, rinlntllT, recovered
Judgment npnlnst A. C. t.ucns, Do
fondnnt for tho sum of Ono Thousand
Three Hundred Forty Thrco nnd 33
100 Dojlnrs, with IntoroHt nt the rato
ot 10 per cont per nnniim from March
1. 1914, until paid toKothor with Ono
Hundred Thirty Dollars attorney's
fees, nnd tho further sum of Klftoon
Dollars costs, and accruing costs.
Notlco Is hereby kIvoh that I will
on Saturday, tho 7th day ot August,
1915, at tho North front door of tho
courthouso In I'rlnovlllo, In snld
county, nt 10 o'clock In tho foronoon
oftsnld dny, soil nt public miction, to
tho highest bidder tor ensh, nil right
nnd title that tho nbovo named de
fendant hnvo or had nt dnto of said
Judgment In tho following descrlbod
proporty, to-wit: tho northerly 05
and 1.1-100 fcot of lot 3, block 1. of
llend, Crook county, Oregon, nccord
Ing to tho recorded pint. I.otB 11 nnd
12 of block 20, or llond, Crook Coun
ty, Orogon, according to tho rocord
K. 11. KNOX.
Sheriff ot Crook County
Dated at I'rlnovlllo, Oregon, this
30th dny of Juno, 1915.
Ily KI.OYD A. IIOWKU,,
NOTICH OK HIII-ltlKK'H HAI,K.
Hy vlrtuo of an execution In foio
closuro duly Issued by tho clerk of
tho jClrcult Court ot tho County ot
Crook, Stnto of Oregon, dated this
30th day of June, 1915, In a, cortaln
action In tho Circuit Court for tho
said county and Stnto, whoreln A. M.
l'rlnglo, I'Jnlntirr, rocovorod Judg
ment ngaliist D. A. Mastora, K. A.
Morgan, I). W. l'lorco, Katio I'lorco,
Francis Cnpolt, Lottie Cnpoll, Alux
Hess, (lortrudo Hess, nnd A. 0. I.aun
dlgau, Dofondnnts, tor tho sum of
Flftoon Hundred Nlnntoeu Dollars
with IntoroHt at tho rato of 8 per cont
per annum from tho 10th day of Feb
ruary, 1911, together with Ono Hun
dred Fifty Dollars nttoriioy'o foos,
and tho further sum or Thirty Night
Dollars costs, and accruing coHts.
Notlco is hereby given that I will,
on Saturday, tho 7th day of August,
191G, nt tho North trout door ot tho
courthousu In I'rlnovlllo, In said
county, nt 10 o'clock In tho foronoon
or said day, soil nt publlo auction, to
tho highest bidder fore iihIi, all right
and titlo that tho above named do
feuduutH or olthor of thoin, hnvo or
had nt dato of said Judgment lu tho
following descrlbod proporty, to-wlt:
tho BWU of tho HK'A. the K V of tho
8BU of tho HW'4 of Section 23,
Township 10 south of Kajlgo 11 Kant
or tho Wlllnmotto Meridian lu Crook
K. II. KNOX,
Sheriff of Crook County.
Dated nt I'rlnovlllo, Orogon, this
30th day of June, 1015.
Ily FLOYD A. HOWHM,,
IN TIIK CIIU'UIT COURT OK TIIK
HTATK OK OltKfiON, FOR TIIK
COUNTV OF CROOK.
Maymo Kookan, Plaintiff, vs. Charles
M. Kookan, Defendant.
To Charles M. Kooknu, Defendant:
IN TIIK NAMK OF TIIK HTATK
OF OHKOON, you aro horoby requir
ed to appear nnd nnswor tho com
plaint filed against you In tho nbovo
entitled suit In Court on or buforo
tho 30th day of July, 1915, and If you
fall so to appear mid uuswor, tho
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
relief prayed for in bur complaint
heroin, to-wlt: that the bonds of
matrimony now existing hotwoon you
and Hald plaintiff bu dissolved and
that said plaintiff bo relieved of all
oblgatlons arising by vlrtuo of tho
marrlugu contract now existing be
tween you and said plaintiff, nnd for
such other and furthor roller as to
tho Court may seem eiiiltitMo.
This summons Is published by or
der of the Honorable T K. J. Duffy,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
Stato of Oregon for Crook county,
which said order was dated tho 9th
day of June, 1915, nnd which order
prescribes that this Hiiminnns bu
published in Tho Hend Hulletln, u
weekly nowipaper published and
printed In (lend, Crook county, Ore
gon, far a period of six successive
weeks; tho date of the first publica
tion of this summous Is Juno 16,
15-21 C. VKUNONA FOIIHES.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
3t - . S"