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KccoinniOiiiliitloiis for Commun
ity ninl County OrKiiniriitlon
of l'nrnicr'H Chilis.
(Dy County Agriculturist
A. E. Lovctt.
mny cliooso to call It, The eradica
tion of rabbits Is a good subject for
attack by these organizations to start
with. Opinions, suggestions and as
sistance are solicited from every cit
izen of the county. The Initial move
ment must bo niailef by the peoplo
Community organization In this
county for tho purpose, of eradication
of Jack rnbblts as a pest was recom
mended In nn article written for tho
local papors last week. No movement
or intimation that tho suggestions
made were acceptable or oven con
sidered by fnrmers and others havo
lieen received. Tho valuo of organi
zation for tho farmers was very con
cisely put forth by Dr. Mncpherson
whllo In tho county In September.
I am a firm bollover in the need of
farmer's organizations for Improv
ing our farm conditions. I nm Hiiro
that material results can bo accom
plished In nn organized effort to erad
icate the rabbits as a pest. This Is
only one good reason for organized
effort. ICvory rural community should
have nn association or club organiza
tion for three deflnlto purposes: these
purposes aro as follows: "Hotter
farming, better business, better liv
ing." All our farm operations, our busi
ness and social dealings can bo han
dled under such a club or association.
No dues or expenses nro necessary.
The meetings can bo hold nt tho
school houso. Any work for the
good of tho community enn bo under
taken by tho organizations.
Tho success of any organization de
pends upon tho ability nnd activity
of tho peoplo to bo benefitted thereby.
Associations or clubs organized by
promotors from tho outsldo nro
bound to bo failures uiiJobb tho peo
plo thomsolves nro Interested and
, tnko nn nctlvo parr In supporting
Thirteen rural community Im
provement clubs wero organized in
j Crook county during tho last year.
i ouvurui ui uii'Hu nro iiul m pruuujii
knctlvo, but in those communities
Bwhoro they havo continued active, re
sults aro noticeable as soon ns one
arrives In that community. Ono of
kny ambition's for tho winter's work
Its to sco a community organization
in ovory rural community In Crook
Fcounty, nnd sea through thorn tho or-
Iganlzatlon of a county improvement
club, farm bureau, or whatever wo
UHAIj lISTATi: TltANSl-'KUS.
Ksiietl by Crook County Abstract Co.
C. It. Hnnchott to S. A. Lucas Its.
11-12, blk. 2G, Iletid.
Imperial Townslte Co. to J. M. Cul
bertson Its. 5 to 10, blk. 41, Im
perial. Mildred Tnylor to Julius Janet It.
5, blk. C, North add, Ilonil, $330.
Demi View Co. to H. Latham Us.
9-10-11-12, blk. S, Its. 9, blk 1, Uend
Henry Muster to Anna Denver It.
14, blk. 9, Aubrey Heights.
Hrooks-Hobcrtsou Lumber Co., to
Frotnont Land Co., se no, no hv, s
Mi sw, se 1G, nil sees. 2ii-2G-27-33-,
34-35-19-11, n& 2-nVi, 3-nMi, 4-20-11.
Scnnlon-Otpson Lumber Co. to Fre
mont Land Co. wfc sw 29, so so .10
no no 31-1S-11 Its 1-2, s'A ne, It. 3,
so nw, oV6 sw, 3- sw II, s no, oV&
so 34-19-10, bo bw sw 1 nw ne, nVt
nw, bo nw 12 nil 18-20-12, nw no 9-20-13,
sw 12, w 13, so so 23, ne
sw s sw 24-21-11, sw 19, w no,
n nw 31-21-12, ne, so, nw no sw,
nV4 so 17-21-14.
J. II. SIioubo to C. V. Silvia Us. lfi
1C blk. 29, Center ndd, llend, $13G0.
V. S. to Frank Itobargo patent nw
w'i ne, n sw, 15-17-14. v
John Thels. Sr., to Frank Plvnl,
it. 3, blk. 17, Park add, llend.
W. T. Cowan to Frank Plvnl Its.
3-4, blk. 19, Park, add, llend.
W. II. Stnnts to M. J. Oanlelson
Its 5,-G, blk. 7, Deschutes.
ONE CENT A WORD Is all n little
Wnnt Ad will cost you.
NOTICE OK SIIKHIKK'H SALE.
Dy vlrtuo of an execution in fore
closure duly Issued by tho dork of
tho Circuit Court of tho County 'of
Crook, State of Orogon, dated this
28th day of September, 1915, In n
cortnln notion in tho Circuit Court
for tho said County and Stnto, where
in U. L. Snbln, Plnlntlff, recovored
Judgmont against A. M. I.ura and
Marcellus Lara, Defendants, for tho
sum of Ton Thousand Thrco Hundred
Sixty Flvo and 29-100 Dollars with
Interest nt tho rata of G per cent par
annum from Soptombor 10, 1915, to
gethcr with Dollars at
torney's fees, and tho furthor sum of
Ono Hundred Eighty Soven nnd 7
100 Dollars costs, nnd accruing ccsts.
Notice is hereby given that I will,
on Saturdny, tho 30th day'of October,
1915, at tho North front door of tho
courthouse in Pr'novllle, In said
county, nt 10 o'clock in tho forenoon
of said day, sell at public auction, to
tne highest bidder for rash, all right
and title that tho above named de
fendants A. M. Lnrn and Mnrcelltis
Lara havo or had at dato of said
Judgment In tho following described
property, to-wit: All of loti 5 nnd
G of Dlock 11 of tho town" of Dend,
Crook County, Oregon, with nil nnd
singular tho tenements, heredita
ments nnd appurtenances thereto be
longing or in anywise appertaining.
E. 11. KNOX,
Sheriff of Crook County.
Dated nt Prinovlllo, Oregon, this
usui day or September, 1915.
Dy FLOYD A. HOWELL.
3 1-3 4c. Deputy.
tho 30th day of October, 1915
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Mngglo E. Wllley. Austin C Har
bor, Ida Derber. Louis W. Davis,
Charles Kornkls, all or Hond. Orogon.
IK FKANK WOODCOCK.
NOTICE OK llHAHIXH OK KIXAL
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF JOHN O'
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned, ndmlnlstrntor of tho cs.
Into ot John O'Donnoll, deceased, has
hum! uls mini accounting or h'R ml
ministration of said estnto In tho
County Court or tho Stnto or Oreuon
for Crook county, nnd that tho Judgo
or rani court has nxed Monday, No
vember 1, 1915, at 10 o'clock a. m
nt the county court room In tho court
houso nt Prlnevlllo ns tho tlmo and
place lor the hearing of objections to
nnd tho settlement of snld accounting
You nro hereby cited nnd required
to nppcnr nt said time and plnco nnd
show causa, If such oxl3t. why said
flnnl account should not bo nllovcd
end said administrator nnd lite sure
Datod at llend, Orogon, this 25th
dnv of September. 1915.
PubllHhcd first tlmo, Soptombor
zu, ii)ir. 4
MAURICE P. CASHMAN,
Administrator Estate of John O'
Donne!!, Decenscd. 3.0-33&
Did tho Dend Water Light & Powor Co., when
they built tbolr now 'Powor Plant uso tho best
SAND nnd (1IIAVEL thoy could buy?
WHY did tho City, when thoy built tho now
SEWER- SYSTEM, uso tho best SAND nnd
GllAYKL tho market nfforded? Tho answer
Is obvious. Thoy KNKW that tho beat ma
terials for concreto work pay tho largest divi
dends In tho ond.
As wo havo been nblo to satisfy tho exact
ing demands of these customers, wo feel that
your domands can bo as successfully mot.
Wo can supply you with tho proper sizes
or washed snnd and screened gravel for your
particular purpose. Ask for quotations.
BOLTON, RUETEN1K & MAY
KJtAXK .MAY, Mutineer DEX1), OltEfiOX
"Concreto Ultimately, Why Not Now?"
NOTICE KOR PUHLICATi'ON.
Department or the Interior. U. S
Land OIIlco nt Tho Dulles, Oregon,
soptomuor 20. 1915.
NOTICE is hereby given thnt Mag-
glo E. Wllloy, or Dend, Oregon, who
on April Stli, 1912, inndo Homestead
Entry, No. 0101G1, ror SEa NEW
8WW, SE4 NKU. Section 2. SW
NWVi Section 1, NV NE Sec
tion 11, Township 19 South, hango
14 East, Willamette Morldlnu, Iuib
filed notlco or Intention to mnko
Flnnl Threo oar Proor, to establish
claim to tho land nbovo dcscrlbod,
boforo H. C. Ellis, U S. Commission
er, nt Dend, Oregon, on tho 30th day
of October, 1915.
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Levi D. Wllloy, Austin C. Dnrbor, Ida
Harbor, Louis W. Davis, Charles
Kornkls, all of llend, Oregon.
H. FRANK WOODCOCK.
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NOTICE KOR PUIILICATION. .
Department or tho Interior, U. S.
Lnnd OIIlco at The Dalles, Oregon,
Septomber 20, 1915.
NOTICE Is hereby glvon thnt Lovl
I). Wllloy, or Dond, Orogon, who, on
April 8th, 1912. mndo Homestond
Entry. No. 010102, for NEW, Section
12, Nt SW"i, SEtf SWU, and SW
Vi 8BU. Section 1. Township 19
South, Rango 1 1 East, Wlllamotto
Morldinn, hits tiled notlco or Intention
to mnko Final Threo Yoar Proor, to
ostnhllsh claim to tho land nbovo
doscrlbod. boforo H. C. Ellis, U. S.
uumiuiHHionnr, ni iieuu, urogou, on
NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S SALE.
Dy vlrtuo of nn oxeeutlon in fore
closure duly Issued by the clerk of
tho Circuit Court of tho County of
Crook, Stnto ot Oregon, dated this
9th day of Soptembor, 1915. In n cor
tnln notion In tho Circuit Court for
the snld County nnd State, wherein
John William Dames, Plaintiff, re
covered Judgmont ngnlnst lllintu E.
Long, Defendant, for tho sum of
Seven Hundred Flvo nnd no 100 Dol
lars, with Interest nt tho rate of 10
per cent per annum from tho 20th
day of May, 1915, togellier with
Seventy nnd no 100 Dollars attor
ney's fees, and tho further sum of
Dollars costs, and nc-
Notlco Is hereby glvon thnt I will,
on Saturday, tho 10th day of October,
1915, nt tho North front door of tho
Courthouse in Prlnevlllo, In snld
county, at 10 o'clock In tho rorenoon
of Bald day, sell at public auction, to
tho highest bidder ror ensh, nil right
nud title thnt tho nbovo named do
rondnnt William E. Long has or had
nt date nt said Judgment In tho fol
lowing described iiiroporty, 'to-wit:
tho Southwest quarter or Section 22
In Township 14 South of Rnngo 1G
East of tho Wlllamotto Meridian in
Crook county, Oregon.
E. 11. KNOX,
Shorlff of Crook County.
Dated nt Prlnevlllo, Oregon, this
9th day of Soptombor, 1915.
Dy FLOYD A. ROWELL,
NOTICE KOR PUDLICATIOX.
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Land OIIlco. nt Tho DalloB, Ore
gon, September 8, 1915.
- NOTICE Is hereby given thnt Wil
liam II. Klger, Jr., of Dend, Oregon,
who, on January 20th, 1912, mndo
Homestead Entry No. 09SGS and on
October 9th, 1913,. mndo additional
Homestead Entry, No. 012170, for
lots 3-1, SV4 NWVi. Section 2, lots
1-2, nnd 8.& NEW, Section 3, Town
ship 20 South, Rnngo 11 East, Wll
lamotto Meridian, Iuib tiled notlco of
Intention to make Flnnl Three Year
Proor, to establish claim to tho laud
nbovo described, boforo It. C. Ellis,
U. S. Commissioner, nt Dend, Oregon,
on the 19th day or Octohor, 1915.
Claimant nnmes ns witnesses:
Otlco O. llonklo. Henry D. Ford, Aar
on. I). Norton, Louis II. Glaus, all of
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICE KOR PUDLICATIOX.
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Lnnd OIIlco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Septumbor 3, 1915.
NOTICE Ih horoby glvon that
Frank A. Hatch, of Rend, Orogon,
who, on November 25th, 1911, mndo
Homestond Entry, No, 09581, for
lots 1-2, Sj NEVi, Section 1, Town
Rhlp 20 South, Rnngo II Enst, Wil
lamette Meridian, lms (lied notlco or
Intention to mnko Final Threo Year
Proor, to establish claim to the lnnd
nbovo (Inscribed, boforo II. C. Ellis,
V. S. Commissioner, nt Doud, Oro
gon, on thu lSth day or Octohor,
Claimant nnmes ns wltiiossest
Aaron I). Norton, Fred (1, Klgur,
William II. Ream, Thomait C. Mer
chant, nil ot Dond, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
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Tobacco satisfaction is what he is
looking for the smaller the chew it
takes, the better it suits him.
A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco seasoned
and sweetened just enough cuts out so much of tho
grinding and spitting.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOpW'B CUT
CHEWING TOBACCO.IT IS THE NEW
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Tike leu than one-quarter the old tlze chew. It
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One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old hind.
((Notice bow the salt brlnrjs
, out ttie rick tobacco taste.)
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