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TUB IJRN'D nULIiETIX, DENU, ORE., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST J, 1Q15.
APPROVES G01TY DIVISION
O. A. I enrco, 01 .iinurns, nnj-H dciicr
son County is succeeding.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
SALEM, Jly 22- 0- A. Pearco
of Madras, who passed through hero
today with his family to the coast,
says he Is moro than pleased with
Jefferson county.. To his mind, coun
ty division has proved a great sue-
. i It Atinli ItCndMridi 1lt M A
Ce89, eVCIl wiuuf," .uuuiuo uiu UUl
get tho county Beat.,
We nil are dollghted wlh tho ro-
sults of division," said Mr. Pearco:
"Ve sc:m to ho getting moro for less
money, and wo cortalnly receive far
moro satisfaction than over hoforo.
It Is my bollof that tho smaller coun
ty Is tho renlly uatlsfnotory way to
handlo mnttors. For tho good of
i, nth tho west aldo and tho cast side
of old (.took county i nopo inni an
other division win occur booii.
SHERIFF'S HALE OX EXECUTION
In the Circuit Court of tho State of
Oregon, for tho County of Crook.
Charles S. Denson, Plaintiff vs. 8. N.
Steele and Abble M. Stoolo, De
fendants. Whereas, an execution r.nd order
of sale was Issued In the t.bovu en
titled cause on tho 24th day of July,
191G, upon a Judgment theroln ren
dered In favor of tho Plaintiff and
against tho Defendant, S. N. Steolo
for tho sum of Two Thousand Dol
lars with Interest thereon from Juno
29th, 1913, at the rat0 of 8 por cent
per annum; for Twenty olght Dollars
with pennlty thereon at tho rato of
one per cent per month for five
months, for tho sum of Two and 94
100 Dollars, together with Interest
on thirty-two nml .14.1 nn rtniinra
from September 1st. 1914. nt tim tn
"-- . . . ... . I ... n . ' -.--
While Mr. l'oarco intimated tnatj"' z per cent per annum; for the
l,e was far from approving of all tho
actions of tho Jofforson court, ho
made It clear that cvon despite what
seems to him a poor court tho advan
tages of a "smaller county nro so
great as to far offoot any disadvan
tages of a court nono too friendly to
Tho Now Bond Flour Mill Co., Is
now manufacturing Dcachutca Self
Inalslng PancnKo Hour, ask your gro
leer for It. Adv.
Vpo Deschutes Spray Flour. Whlt-
lor nnd better than over. For sale by
The Now Bend Flour Mill Co. Adv,
(Continued from pago 2.)
Therefore, ftotlcos Heroby Given
that I have duly lovtod upon tho real
ostato abovo described and that I
will on Snturday, tho 28th day of
August, 1915, at tho hour of 2
o'clock In tho afternoon thoreof, at
the north front door of tho Court
houso In tho City of Prlnovlllo,
Crook County, Oregon, soil, accord
ing to law to tho highest bidder for
cash, all tho right, title and Intorost
of tho abovo named Defendants, on
the 27th day of May, 1911, In nnd'to
tho above described tract of real
estate, to satisfy said Judgment and
Dated this 28th day of July, 191G.
21-24c. E. B. KNOX,,
Sheriff of Crook County, Oregon
SV4 NWVi NEVi. tho WW aw
NE-V4 NEVi. tho NEVi NWVi. tho
K INWH NWVi, tho SWVi NWVI
NWVi. tho NWVi SEy4 NWVi. tho
nk SWVi NWVi, Section 3, T. 22
S., It. 8 E W. M.. ICO acres, listed
upon application of Jnmes F. ,Llppln-
coii, .un rine, uregon; i.ist G-1G87.
Juno 17, 1915, C. M. Bruce, Assistant
Commissioner of tho General Land
Onice. 19-2 2c
lltor Thursday and Frldny of last
It. J. Todd, tho Bend photographer
accompanied by his wlfo nnd family
were through this section Saturday
taking vlows of somo of our show
Ilnrom nnd rnui uook nnu aam
Jordan left tho latter part of the
week. Tho former will work on a
I combination harvester at Madras and
the two latter will go to Washington
to work In tho harvest fields near
Miss Hnzel Bavn visited Saturday
In Prlnovlllo. Miss Gladys nccom-
l panted hor homo for a Sunday with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Boss Bussott, Mr. aud
Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon nnd Harriott,
Mrs. E. A. Bussott and Miss Fay nnd
"Orandma" Brown visited Sunday nt
the Saunders camp near. Tumalo.
They roport tho camp as delightfully
located under tho shadiest kind or
shndo trcos on tho grass carpeted
hanks of tho Doschutcs and supplied
with nah In ahundnnco for all.
Louis Alloy entertained a few lit
tle friends nt dinner Sunday In hon
! or of his sixth hlrthdny. A most
delightful day was provided for tho
Honry Edwards nnd crew nro howl
ing ryo at tho E. A. Bussott placo this
Leo Uobbs visited his famllv In
Bend tho Inttor pnrt of tho weok.
Hoad Supervisor wlllcoxon mndo n
road camn Monday for hla crow
which Is working on tho Powoll-
liiMo-Hodmond rond. The crow ron-
nltR of C Inon nnd thrco teams. Mrs.
Alma Hall Is doing the cooking. Tho
camp Id located about half way be
tween Iledmond and Powoll Butte.
Mr nnd Mrs. B. N. Hall and Bmnll
son nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilonvca Wlll
coxon and Mrs. Hall wont to tho lako
Sunday wlioro tho men folks had a
good tlmo In bathing.
sum of Two Hundred Dnllnrs Attnr.
noy's fees; nnd for the further sum
of Twonty-neven nnd 5Q-100 Dollars,
costs, which Judgment was enrolled
and docketed In tho Clerk's office of
said Court In said County on tho
29th day of June, 1915; and whoro
ns, It wns further ordored and do
creod by the Court In said Suit that
tho following described ronl ostato,
to-wlt: tho west half of tho south
east quarter and tho southeast quar
tor of tho southwest quartor of Soe
tlon ono (1) and tho northoast qunr
tor of tho northwest quartor of Sec
tion Twelvo (12), nil In Township
Twenty (20) south of rango Ton
(10), EaBt, W. M In Crook county,
Oregon, he Bold according to law to
satisfy said Judgment, Including At
torney's fees, cost nnd accruing
coBts and tho balance If any to bo
applied as by law directed. Now
Restoration to Entry of Lands In Na
Notice Is hereby given that tho
lr.nds described bolow, embracing 150
acres, within tho Deschutes National
Forest, Oregon, will bo subject to
settlement nnd entry under tho pro
visions of tho homestead laws of tho
United Stntos nnd tho net of Juno 11,
190G (34 Stat., 233,) nt tho United
States la-nd office nt Lnkovlow, Oro
gon, on August 30, 1915. Any set
tlor who was actually and In" good
faith claiming any of said lands for
agricultural purposes prior to Janu
ary 1, 1900, and has not abandoned
samo, has a proforonco right to mako
a homestead entry for tho lands ac
tually occupied. Said lands wero
listed upon tho applications of the
persons monttonod bolow, who havo
a proforonco right subject to tho prior
right of nny such settler, provided
such Bottler or applicant la qualified
to mako homestead entry and tho
proforonco right Is oxorclsed prior to
AuguBt 30, 1915, on which dato tho
lands will bo subject to sottlomont
and entry by any qunllflod person.
Tho lands arc as follows: Tho 8WV4
SWV4 SEH, tho SEVi SEVi SWVi,
tho SV4 SWVi SVi ESWVi Section
34, T. 21 S., tho NWVi NEVi, tho
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Dopnrtment of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Ofllco nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
July 19, 1915.
NOTICE la hereby elvcti at Wll
llnm B. Klger, Jr., of Beii., Oregon,
who, on January 20th, 1912, mad-j
Homcstcnd Entry No. 098C8 and on
Octobor 9th, 1913 mndo additional
Homestead Entry, No. 012170, tor
SWV4 NWVi, lots 3-4, Section 2, SV4
NEVi nnd lotB 1-2, Section 3, Town
ship 20 South, ltnngo 14 East, Wll
lamotto Mcrldlnn, hns filed notlco of
Intention to mnko Finnl Threo Year
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
nhovo described, beforo II. C. Ellis,
U. S. Commlslsoncr, nt Bend, Oregon,
on tho 1st day of September. 1915.
Claimant' names as witnesses;
OtlB C. Henklo, Henry 11. Ford, Anron
D. Norton, Louis H. Glass, nil of
H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
POWELL BUTTE. Aug. 1. Born
to Mr nnd Mrs. E. F. Archer nn 11
pound bov, on July 27.
I) A Patterson Is nutting up nis
timothy It Is very heavy and will
Jim Orlflln has his ryo all In tho
I stark now nnd George Shobort has
hid partly stacked.
L w Blair will begin harvesting
I A D Morrill's ryo tomorrow. Mr.
Vorrlll Is still down with sciatic
Davn Travis of Bcnr Creek, wns
through horo today hunting a hinder
i" nnrvot his ryo on tho untune
Roland Bowman was fortunnto
I enough to kill flvo wild cats Thurs
d morning. Tho bounty on thorn
m ' this n profitable morning's
"ss Anna Podorson. who Is horo
J'lsltlng hor slstors, Mrs. L. W. and
Mrs r I Bar. Is enlov ne tho Dig
t of doors thorouohlv. Sho now
lhs n porcupine for a pet, that sho
en uired last week by tying n ropo
around It amldahlns tn hoist It Into
the wagon to tako home.
The Now Bend Flour Mill Co.. Is
iow manufacturlne Deschutes Self-
Itnistng Pancake flour. Ask your gro
cer lor it Adv.
WHY IT SUCCEEDS.
Ppciuite It's for one thine onlv nnd
I'epd people aopreclato this. Nothing
can nn good for everything. Doing
bnu ming wen brings success. Doan'8
Kidney Pills ar for nun thine only.
I'or weak or disordered klrinevs. Here
la reliable evidence of their worth.
' r meers. retired farmer, G02 E.
rnlrd Street. The Dalles. Oregon,
H.1V8' "I suffered rt Heal from
fcackache and weakness of the kid-
njys, j tried every medicine I know
5f. but without much haneflt until I
got Doan's Kidney Pills. They fixed
me up In a short time and I hnvo not
been bothered since. I am now In
3d health " Priea KO cants, at all
lealers. DonTt nlmnlv nk flnr a
J-ldney remedy tret Doan's Kidney
uia me same that Mr. Steers had.
ister-Mllburn Co., Props., Buffalo,
Pse Deschutes Snray Flour. Whit
er and better than ever. For sale by
Lots 60x114, Sidewalks,
and Electric Lights
$100 to $225
TERMS: $10 Cash and $10
Monthly. Special inducements
to parties who will build homes
J. RYAN & CO.
Bend-Klamath Auto Stage Co.
Bend-Burns Auto Stage Co.
BEND HARPER 1.50
JIKNI) LA PINE 2.K0
HENI) CRICSCENT 4.00 x
ItE.VD XiONGROTH 0.00
lli:.! FORT KIMATII 0.00
HENH CllirX)QUIN 10.00
BEND KLAMATH FALLS 1 l.BO
ih:ni BURNS 10.00
Cars Leave Bend for Klamntli FalU Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday after Morning Train.
IL Q. LAMREHSON, Agent, Bcod, Oregon.
and way points
A Seven Passenger Touring Car
Each Way Each Day.
RIDE IN THE EASY CARS
Walter Coombs, L D. Fox, Pioneer
Auto Stage and Truck Co.
SUCCESSORS TO WENANDY LIVERY CO.
Freight Tracks is Addition,
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of tho Intorlor, U. 8.
Lnnd Ofllco, Tho Dalles, Orogon,
July 23, 1915.
To Joseph C. Ford, of Kelso, Wash
ington, Rainier, Oregon, Contested '
You nro horehy notified that It.
Esther Qravatt, who gives Bond,
Orogon, ns his post olllco nddross,
did on Juno 22. 1915. ilia In this
ofTlco his duly corrohornted applica
tion to contest and securo tho can
cellation of your homestead, entry
No. O11S00, Serial No. , mado
July 7. 1913. for West Hnlf (WW)
Section 9, Township 20 South, Rango
18 East, Wlllamutto Morldlan. nnd
?c grounds for his contest ho nllegcs
that said entrymnn hns failed to cul
tlvato said tract or nny pnrt thoreof;
that salil entrymnn haB wholly aban
doned snld tract for upwards of six
months last past nnd that ouch fail
ure and abandonment wns not duo
to his employment In tho army, navy
or mnrlno corps of tho United States
.In tlmo of war or othorwlso.
You nro, thoroforo further notified
that tho snld allegations will bo tnken
by this olllco as having boon confess
ed by you, nnd your said entry will
ho cancelled theroundor without your
further right to bo hoard thoroln,
olthor bofore this olllco or on appeal,
If you tai: to fllo In this olllco with
in twonty days nftor tho FOURTH
publication of this notlco, as shown
bolow, your answer, under oath, spe
cifically meeting nnd responding to
tliceo allegations of contest, or if you
fntl within that tlmo to fllo In this
ofllco duo proof Unit you hnvo sorvud
a copy of your answer on tho snld
contestant cither In person or by
registered mnll. If UiIh service Is
mado by tho delivery of a copy of
your answer to tho contestant In per
son, proof of such servlco must ho
olthor tho said contestant's written
acknowledgment of his rccolpt of tho
copy, showing tho dnto of Its recolpt,
or tho ahldavlt of tho porson oy
whom tho delivery wns mado stating
when and whore tho copy wns dollv
ored: If mado by roglstorod mail,
proof of such sorvlco must consist
of tho allldavlt of tho porson by whom
tho copy wns mailed stating when
nnd tho post ofllco to which It was
mailed, and this nflldavlt must "o
accompanied by the postmaster's ro
celpt for tho letter.
You should stato In your answer
tho name of tho post olllco to which
you dcslro futuro notices to bo sent
It. FRANK WOODCOCK, Register.
Dato of first publication July 28,
Dato of second publication Aug. 4,
Dato of Uilrd publication Aug. 11,
Dato of fourth publication, Aug IS,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Proof made under Act Juno (I, 11112.
NOT COAL LAND.
Department of tho Intorlor, U. 8.
Land Ofllco nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
July 12, 1915.
NOTICE la hereby given that rot
or B. Johnson, of Mtlltcnn, Oregon,
who, on April 8th, 1912, mndo Home
stead Entry No. 0101GO, nnd on Sep
tember 1st, 1912, mndo additional
Homestend Entry! No. 010712. for
SWH, SM NWU nnd lot 4, Section
.1, Township 20 South, Rango 15
East, Wlllnmotto Morldlan, has (lied
notlco or Intention to mnko Finnl
threo year proof, to establish clnlm
to tho land nhovo described, before
II. C. Ellis, U. S. Commissioner, at
Bond, Oregon, on tho 23rd dny of
Clalmnnt names nn wltnossos:
Aaron D. Norton, Carrio Norton, Ell-
llnm B. Klger, Fred G. Klgor, all of
II. FRANK WOODCOCK
0-24 c Rcglstor
cash tho following described ronl os
tato of snld Estate, to-wlt: NWU of
Soctlon 8, Township lo S. of Range
16 E. W. M.
Dated this ,14th day of July, 1915.
3. C. CALDWELL,
As Administrator of tho Estato of ,
Jesso L. Poush, Deceased. 19-22c
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
By vlrtuo of an execution duly Is
sued by tho clork of tho Circuit Court
of tho County of Crook, State of
Oregon, dated this 15th day of July,
1916, In a cortnln action In tho Cir
cuit Court for tho said County and
Stato, wherein II. E. Wlllorton,
Plaintiff, rocovorcd Judgment ngnlnst
Honry Pnyctto and Allco M. Pnyetto,
formorly Allco M. York, husband nnd
wiro, Dofondnnts, for tho Hitm of Five
Hundred Six and no 100 DollnrB.
with Intorest at, tho rato of 8 por cent
por nnnum from tho first day of Sep
tember, 1913, togothcr with Sovouty
Flvo nnd no 100 Dollnrs attorney's
fees, and tho further sum of Twenty
Flvo and no 100 Dollnrs costs, and
Notlco Is hereby given that I will,
on Snturday, tho 21st day of August,
1915, at tho North front door of tho
courthoiiBo In Prlnovlllo, In snld
County, nt 10 o'clock In tho forenoon
of snld day, sell at public auction, to
tho highest bidder for cash, all right
and tltlo thnt tho nhovo named do
fondnnts Honry Pnyetto and Alllo M.
Payotto havo or had nt dnto of said
Judgment In tho following described
proporty, to-wlt: Tho cast of tho
southeast quartor of soctlon 27 and
tho north Vi of tho northeast quartor
pt section 34 of township 17 south of
rango 2b cast or tho Wlllamotto Mc
rldlnn In Crook county, Orogon.
E. II. KNOX.
Shorl(f of Crook County.
Dated nt Prlnovlllq, Orogon, this
15th day of July, 1915.
By FLOYD A. ROWELL,
2 0-2 4 c. Deputy.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR CROOK
In tho matter of tho Estato of Jesse
L. Poush, Doceasod.
Notlco Is horuby given thnt pursu
ant to tho order of this court dated
Juno 1 1 th. 1915, tho undersigned will
from nnd nftor August 13th, 1915,
proceed to sell at private snlo for
( THE OQOD JUOOE GETS A COMPLIMENT FROM THE BRICKLAyEg. )
DECORRA JUOCE 1
HfR PAT. PUT THAT
IM YOUR UPPER
IT'S THE REAL
I rm '
: vv rn-t
5T0RY, ' UW X
GET steady tobacco satisfaction-
all day, every day, from
a clean, small chew.
That's the beauty of the Real Tobacco
Chew. It's glad news that-a man can't
help telling his friends about as soon as
he learns the facts himself.
A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobecco seasoned
and sweetened just enough cuts out so much of the
grinding and spitting.
TH8 REAL TOBACCO CHiW IS NOW CUT TWO YVAY3II
YY'D CUT IS (JONG SHRED, RIGHKUT IS MOOT SHSID.
Take let than one-quarter U, old il.o chew. It
will bo more atUfytn lliau a mouthful of ordinary
tobacco. Jut tal.o a nibblo of It until you find the
strength cbctr that lulu you, then ice how enily.ind
evenly the real tobacco taita coinc,how it tulltCci,
how much leu you have to ipll, lidw few chewi you
take to be tobacco Mtlsned. That's why it it I hi
MtalTttbam Chrm. TliAl'awhv It rnil.l.t. t tlinnl
The tmle of purs, rich tobaeco doet not need lo he covered up. Aa
cxeets of licorice and iwcctcnlaf mikci you tpit too much.
One small cliew takes the place of two big
. chews of the old hind.
f Notice bow the salt brlafls
out the rich tobacco lastc.1
WEYMAN-BROTON COMPANY, SO Unlea Squire, New York City
(BUY FROM DEALER OR SEND iostamps to us)
XOTICK OP I'UIIliICATIOX.
Department of tho Intorlor, U. S.
Land Odlco at Tho Dalles, Orogon,
July Oth, 1915.
NOTICE Is horohy glvon that Wil
liam K. Aten, ono of tho heirs and
tor tho heirs of Gcorgo E. Aton, de
ceased, who, on May 15th, 1911,
mado Homqstead Entry, No. 0S920,
for K14, Section 17, Township 17
South, Rango 14 East, Willamette
Morldlan, hos filed notlco of Inton
tlon to mako Klnal Throe Year l'roof,
to establish claim to tho land ahovo
described, hoforo II. C. Ellis, U. S.
Commissioner, nt Ilend, Oregon, on
tho 19th day of August, 191G.
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Henry E. Iluffo, Mary P. llonn, Doano
II. Freeman, Milton A. Palmer, all
of llond, Oregon. r
H. PltANIC WOODCOCK,
NOTICE TOK I'lIHI.ICATION.
Department of tho Intorlor, U. .S.
Land Ofllco nt Tho Dalles, Orogon,
Juno 28th, 191S.
NOTICE Is horohy glvon that
Ocnrgo E. Iloathman, of llond, Oro
gon, who, on July 22nd, 1912, mado
Homestead Entry, No. OlOSGl, for
WJ4, Section 3G, Township 19 South,
rango 1 1 East Wlllamotto Morldlan,
has filed notlco of Intention to mako
Pinal threo year Proof, to pstnhllsh
claim to tho laud ahovo described, ho
foro It, C. Ellin, U. S. Commissioner
nt llond, Oregon, on tho 9th day
of August, 191G.
Claimant nnmes ns witnesses:
Daniel W. Heeler, J.ouls It. Class,
Howard P. Dyor, Aaron D. Norton, all
of llond, Orogon.
II. PltANIC WOODCOCK.
NOTICE POU l'UIIMCATlO.V.
Dopnrtment of tho Intorlor, U. S.
Land Ofllco nt Tho Dallos, Oregon,
Juno 28th, 191G.
NOTICE. Ib horohy glvon that
William 11. McAdow, of Mllllcan, Oro
gon, who, on Juno 28th, 1912, mado
Homestead Entry, No. 010180, for
NEVi Soctlon 7 and NWVi, Soctlon
8, TownBhlp 20, South, Ilango, 1G
East, Wlllamotto Morldlnn, hns filed
notlco of Intention to mnko Pinal
Threo Yonr Proof, to establish claim
to tho land nhovo described, hoforo
II. C. Ellis, U. 8. Commissioner, at
llond, Orogon, on tho 16th dny of
Clalmnnt nnmes as witnesses:
William !!. Klgor. Prod 0. Klgor.
Aaron D. Norton, Peter II. Johnson,
all of Mllllcan, Orogon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S KAMI.
lly vlrtuo of nn oxocutlon duly Is
sued hy tho clork of tho Circuit Court
or tho County of Crook, Stato of Oro
gon, datod this 9th day of Juno,
J91G, in n cortnln action In tho Cir
cuit Court for tho said County and
Stato, where In Doschuton Stnto Hank,
n corporation, PlnlutlfT, recovered
Judgment ngnliiHt A. C. I.ucns, Do
fondant for tho Hum of Ono Thousand
Threo Hundrod Forty Threo nnd 33
100 Dollnrs, with Interest nt tho rnto
of 10 por cent por annum from March
1, 1911, until paid toguthor with Ono
Hundrod Thirty Dollnrs nttornoy's
focH, und thu further sum of Plftuun
Dollnrit costs, nnd accruing costs,
Notlco Is horohy glvon that I will
on Saturday, tho 7th day of August,
1915, ut tho North front door of thu
courthouso In Prlnovlllo, In said
county, nt 10 o'clock in tho foronoon
of snld day, soil at public auction, to
tho highest hlddor for cash, nil right
nnd tltlo that tho nhovo named de
fendant havo or hud nt ditto of said
Judgment In tho following described
proporty, to-wlt: tho uorthorly G5
mid 13-100 foot or lot 3, block 1, of
llond, Crook county, Orogon, accord
ing to tho recorded pint. Lots 11 mul
12 of block 20, of llond, Crook Coun
ty, Orogon, according to thu rocord
ud'plat. E. II. KNOX.
Sheriff of Crook County
Dntod at Prlnovlllo, Oregon, this
30th dny of Juno, 191G,
lly FLOYD A. ROWEM.
NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE.
lly vlrtuo ot an oxocutlon In foro
alonuro duly Issued hy tho clork ot
thu Circuit Court of tho County of
Crook, Statu ot Oregon, datod this
30th day of Juno. I91G, In a cortuln
action lu tho Circuit Court for thu
said county and Statu, wherein A. M.
Prlnglo, Plulntlff, recovered Judg
ment agnlnst I). A. Maulers, E. A.
Morgan, D. W. Plorco, Katto Plercu,
Francis Cnpell, I.ottlo Cape!!, Alux
Hess, Uortrudo Hoss, and A. O. I.nun
dlgnn, Defendants, for tho sum of
Plftuun Hundrod Nluotuon Dullura
with Intorost nt tho rnto of 8 por cunt
por annum from tho 10th duy ot Feb
ruary, 1911, tngethur with Ono Hun
dred Fifty Dollunt attorney'!) fees,
Mini tho further sum nt Thirty Eight
Dollars costs, and accruing coats.
Notlco Is horohy given that I will.
on Saturday, the 7th day of August,
191b, nt tho .'forth front door or tho
courthouso in Prlnovlllo, In said
county, at 10 o'clock In tho foronoon
ot said day, sell nt public auction, to
the highest hlddor fore ash, all right
und tltlo that tho above uumed do
fondants or either of them, hnvo or
had ut datu ot said Judgmont In tho
following described property, to-wlt:
tho HW Vi of tho SB Vi , the E V4 of tho
SE't of tho 8WVi of Section 23.
Township 10 soutti of Rango 11 East
of the Wlllamotto Meridian in Crook
E. II. KNOX,
, Sheriff of Crook County.
Dated at Prlnovlllo. Orogon, this
30th day of June, 1915,
lly FLOYD A. ROWELL,
ine New Bend Flour Mill Co. Adv.