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Ef?iti ' k n.,
J (Continued from pngo 2.)
I M. Dealy oxpccta his daughter to
arrive soon from Buplee, where sho
has boon living with Mr. and Mrs.
jl a Denly. Sho will go to school
In Hutto valley district this winter.
Vm. Johnson and son Itoliort came
jiinck last week from a several months
Rislt to California and western Ore
gon They havo rented a farm hero
for three years.
The work on the stave flume Is
making good headway with quite a
force of men still at work there.
Tho baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. E.
1' Archer Is very poorly. Ho has
been HI for a long time with some
form of stomach trouble.
H T. Dealy la moving his family
down hero from Alfalfa.
Mlss'fiortha Qoodscll made a bus
Inrss trip to I'rlnovlllo last week.
(Special to Tho nnllotln)
' 1'RINQL.E PLATS, Nov. 13. Mr.
and Mrs. Dr.vls loft last week for
Hend whnro they will spend tho win
ter with their son who Is employed
hv the Hrooks-Scanlon Co.
Mr mid Mrs. Hoy Wlntors have
Et returned from Hend where they havo
xt'CCii tho p.iBt few weeks.
Alva Vnrco has gone to Hrothors
whero ho will look after tho stock
at his homestead.
Mrs. Hansom spont Thursday of
lnit weok vlth Mrs. Francis Kennedy.
Mrs Cunningham enmo out Trldtiy
of last week with Mrs. Ilongston. Sho
Intends to remain for awhllo, look
ing after affairs nt tho homestoad.
She Is tho guest of Mrs. Francis Ken
nedy Mrs. llalshy nnd children loft on
Saturday for Hend whero thoy will
rtmnln this winter.
Mrs. Utlioln Stetson loft on Sat
unl'i for Hend whoro oho will ro
main for awhile .
Tim hend itULTiHTiy, nnxn, oiui,, wkdxisiiav, xovnsinnn 17, idib.
?ly nnd100 Dollars attornoj's
fees, and the further sum of Seven
teen and No-100 Dollars costs, and
accruing costs. '
Notlco Is herebj Khen thnt I will,
on Saturday, tho 18th day of Decent
her, 191u at the North front door of
the courthouse in I'rlnevllle, In said
County, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon
JY said day, sell at public auction, n
the highest bidder for cash, all right
and title that tho above named de
fendant J. Snow Pormlnter, has or
had at date of said linli-mn.it i n,
following property, to-wlt: Tho Bouth
?lf-yB0 teet of lhe northeasterly
175.13 feet of Lot No 3 of Ulock
No. 1, original City of Bend, Crook
K 11 KNOX,
Sheriff of Crook County
Dated at Prlnevlllo. Oregon, this
10th day of November, 1015.
Hy FLOYD A. IIOU'RU,,
XOTICi: 1'OIt ITIII.ICATIOX.
Department of tho Interior, V. S.
Land Omce at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
November 8, 1915.
NOTICE Is horebv given that John
Jones, Assigneo of i:a1cnn Hutinoll.
of Ilend, Oregon, who. on December
.ust, lyoo, made Desert Land Entry
No. 015321, for SEi SV, Section
33, Township 10 South, llango 12
L'nst, Wlllamctto Meildlan, has nied
notlco of Intention to mako Final
Desert Proof, to establish claim to
tho land nbovo described, beforo II.
C. Ellis, U. S. Commissioner, nt
llend, Oregon, on tho 18th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Wllber X. llunnell. Fred N. Van
Matre, Floyd Crowder, Parkor C.
Hardy, all of Hend, Orcion.
II. rilAXK WOODCOCK,
37-41 c. Ucglstor.
Farmers, Meetings are Popular
Community Orniiiilutloim (.'row Inn In Kimir Anions runner.
My County Agriculturist A. 12. Illicit
Tho value of community organiza
tions to the farmer Is proven by such
organizations within Crook county.
Where theso community organiza
tions have continued active, there Is
no Inclination whatsoever to abandon
tho organization. Tho work to bo
undertaken by community organiza
tions may bo any work which will
Improvo tho community and Its peo
plo In nny wuy The Item of most
Interest to practically all tho fnrmers
of Crook county at present seoms to
bo directed townrd tho extermination
slstlng In tho organization of tho
communities Individuals or com
munities wishing to hold a meeting
or to seo their community organized
should write early and nanio dates
most favorable to thorn. It will pay
to mnko a first and second cholco as
to dates Inasmuch as lequests aro
coming In regularly.
Thero are four things which 1
hope to aonlst In actively throughout
tho coming winter in this count).
They nre: Community organizations,
n county oignnlzntlon, destruction of
we used a double-page in this paper
we might tell you all there is to sec but we could not
present the beauty, the enchantment, the wonder, or
of the Jack rpbblt no a farm crop pest,' tho rabbit an a pest, nnd bettor loads
NOTICE I'Oll I't'lll.KUTIO.V.
1) inrtnwnt of the Interior, U. S.
Land Olllco nt Tho Dalles, Orogon,
November 2. 1915.
NOTICE Is horoby glvon that Ilur
t n E Davis, of llond, Oregon, who,
on August 12th, 1912, made Homo-
irctlon 32, Township 19 South,
Kango ib i;pm, wiunmeuo .Mcnuinn,
has (lied notlco of Intention to mnko
Final Throo Year Proof, to establish
claim to tho land nbovo described,
beforo II. C. Ellis, U. S. Commission
er, at Ilcud, Oregon, on tho 15th day
of December, 1915,
Claimant names as witnesses:
OtU C. llenkle, Henry 11. Ford, of
llond, Oregon: Peter 11. Johnson,
Ivan L. Owen, of Mllllcnn, Oregon.
II. FHANK WOODCOCK,
IX THE COL'XTV COUItT OF THE
STATE OK OltlXiON FOIt THE
COUNTY OF CIIOOIC.
In tho mnttor of tho estato of
Charles Prlnglo, deceased. Notlco
Is hereby given by tho undersigned,
administrator of tho estnto of Charles
Prlnglo, decensod, to tho creditors of,
nnd all persons having claims agaliiAt
tho said deceased, to exhibit thorn,
with tho necessary vouchors, within
six (G) months nfter tho first publi
cation of this notlco, to tho said ad
ministrator at his ofllco pn Wall
street, tho samo being the plnco for
the transaction of the business of
said estate, In tho city of Pond,
Crook county, Oregon.
Administrator of tho ostato of
Date of first notlco November 10,
NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt a spo
clal meeting of tho taxrtayors of
Sclioo Dlst. No. 12, will bo held at tho
Hold school in Ilend on Saturday,
November 27 at 10 a. m. for tho pur
i)08o of fixing tho tax lovy for 191C.
II. J. OVEItTURF.
NOTICE FOIt Pl'III.HUTIOX.
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Olllco nt Tho DalIo3, Oiogon,
November S, 1915.
NOTICE Is horoby given that Phoe
be I. Klnnlson, of Alfalfa, Oregon,
who, on Ma 27th, 1912, made Home
stead Entry, No 010304. for NV
WU, NKU, NWVi SEK, nnd NEW
SWVi, Section 21. Township 17
South, Knngo 1 1 East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of Intention
to mnko Final Thrco Year Proof, to
establish claim to the land nbovo do
scribed, before II C. Ellis, U. S.
Commissioner, nt llond. Oregon, on
tho 17th day of Dccomhcr, 1915.
Clnlnnnt names as witnessed:
Henry E. Ruffe. Milton A. Pnlmor.
Mnry F. llonn, Doano I). Frooninn, all
of Alfalfa, Oregon.
II. FIIANK WOODCOCK.
37-11 p. lloglstor.
Submitted by directors for School
District 12 to bo considered at tax
payers meeting November 27
Teacher's salary, 1916. . .$25,600.00
Janitor hire and supplies . . ynu.uu
Now equipment, special
Interest on bondod Indebt
Sinking fund 650.00
Text books and aparatus . 1,000.00
New furniture 1,500.00
I lght, power and water . . 600.00
Clerk hiro 300.00
Enumeration ...., 100.00
Tostage, stationery, & misc. 1.500.0?
Estimated rccoipta, state
Estimated receipts county
Estimate duo from county 2,400.00
XOTICI- I OH PCIlLICATIOX.
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Olllco at Tho Dalles, Orogon,
November 8, 1915.
NOTICE Is horoby given that Hor
cco E. White, of llend, Oregon, who
on April 24th, 1912, mndo Homostoad
Entry, No. 010230, for WcstW. Sec
tion 9, TownBhlp 20 South, Hnngo 15
East. Wlllamctto Meridian, bns tiled
notlco of tntontlon to mnko Final
Threo Yopr Proof, to establish claim
to tho land nbovo described, beforo
II. C. Ellis. U S. Commissioner, at
Hend, Orogon, on tho 17th day of
Clnlmnnt names as witnesses:
Peter II. Johnson, Lloyd I. Owen.
Ilurton E. Dnvls, Erie Hostland, .ill
of Mllllcnn, Orogon.
II. FHANK WOODCOCK.
37-4 l.c lloglstor.
nnd In my opinion, only through such
organizations nnd nctlvo work on tho
part of tho IndMdunl and there or
ganizations can tho pest bo in any
I have, during tho past weok, re
ceived ninny cnlls for meetings nnd
shall bo kept busy for somo tlmo to
como lsltlng such meetings nnd ns-
Any nssletnnco that tho citizens of
tho count) can givo mo nlong theso
lines will be gtently appreciated, nnd
any assistance tlint I mny bo nlilo to
gho will ho gladly given. I consider
n conimunit) organization tho Hist
and most necessary work for obtain
ing results In tho other lines mentioned.
Ham C. Sanders, John Egley, nil of
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
34-38 c. Register.
NOTICE OF SALE OF HEAL PROP.
HIITY I'XDEIl SEWEIl ASSESS-
Hy reason of warrants numbered
C3, 04, 05, 0G, 07, 08 and (19
for delinquent Bqwor assessment No.
1 duly Issued by tho recorder of tho
City of Ilend, Oregon, dated Novem
ber 3rd, 1915, In tho matter of sower
assessment No. 1, mndo and entered
in tho docket or city liens of mild
city of llend on tho 7th dny of Aug
ust, 1913, and on tho 19th dav of
August. 1913, wherein tho hereinaf
ter described property was assessed
and charged for snld lmproomoiit,
tho numbor of tho warrant, tho de
scription of tho property, tho amount
nssossod for Bald Improvement and
tho name of tho owner or reputed
owner In each enso being as follows:
64. Lots 2 mid 3, block 2, $17.25.
F. O. Minor.
65. Lot 9, block 2, $47.25. Marlon
CO. Lot 1, block 23, $S0.50
soiii & linunignrtcn.
G7. Tract A, $12S. D. M. Davis.
OS. South half parcel 10, L)tlo
Acres nnd south enst quartor, parcel
15, Lytlo Acres, $100. II. O. Dowser
09. Enst ouo half parcel 22, Ly
tlo Acres, $70. Nelllo O. Ray.
All of s.ild nboe desorlbcd proper
ty being sltunto within tho city ef
llond, count) of Crook, Stnto of Oro
gon. Notice is hereby givon thnt I will
on Saturdn), tho 4th day of December
1915, nt 10 o'clock n. in. nt tho front
door of tho city hall on Wnll street.
In tho clt) of Hend, Crook county,
Orogon, sell nt auction, to tho per
son who shall pny tho 'assessment,
costs. Interest nnd accruing costs,
nnd Interest thoreon, ami tnko n cer
tlllcato nt tho lowest rnto of Interest,
nil tho right, title and Interest tho
owner or reputed ownor or nny other
p orson hnH or had In said property
at tho date of said assoRsmont.
Dated this third day of No ember.
S E. ROBERTS,
Chief of Police of tho City of
llond, Crook county, Orogon. 35-3 9c
Net amount to raise by taxa
tion $26.037 50
H. J. OVKRTURP.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of an execution in fore
closure duly Issued by the clerk of
the Circuit Court of the County of
Crook, Stato of Oregon, dated this
8th day of November, 1915, In a cer
tain action of the Circuit Court for
the said County and State, wherein
Deschutes State Hank, a corporation.
Plaintiff, recovered Judgment against
J Snow Parminter, Defendant, for
the aura of Sixteen Hundred Forty
Seven and 50-100 Dollars with Inter
est at the rate of 8 per cent per an
num from the 9th day of August.
1915. together with One Hundred
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of the Intorlor, United
States Land Ofllco, Tho Dalles, Oro
gon, Novembor 12, 1915.
To Enoch Ahlborg, of Ilend, Oregon,
You aro hereby notified that John
M. Stowart, who gives llond, Orogon,
as his post olllco address, did on No
vember 12, 1915, fiio In this ofllco
his duly corroborated application to
contest and "secure the crncollatlon of
our Homestoad Entry No. , Ser
ial No. 011493, mado March 29,
1913, for South Vt Section 17, Town
ship 20 South, Rango 18 East, Wil
lamette Meridian, nnd as grounds for
his contest ho alleges thnt said
Enoch Ahlborg has wholly abandoned
said tract for moro than six months
last past; that ho has never resided
upon said tract nor cultivated the
same nor any part thereof.
You are, thorefore, furthor noti
fied that tho said allegations will bo
taken as confessed, nnd your said en
try will he canceled without further
right to be heard, olther beforo this
office or on appeal, If you fall to fllo
In this ofllco within twenty days of tor
the FOURTH publication of this no
tlco, na Bhown below, your answer,
under oath, specifically responding to
these allegations of contest, together
with due proof that you havo sorvod
a copy of your answer on tho said
contestant either In person or by reg
You should state In your answer
the name of the post office to which
you desire future notices to ue soni
II. FRANK WOODCOCK, Roglstor.
Date of first publication Novembor
Date of socend publication Novem
ber 24, 1915.
Dato of third publication December
'Date of fourth publication Decern
her 8. 1915. ' 37-4Qp
NOTICE FOR PUHLICATIOX.
Department of the Interior. U. 8
Ijind Office at The Dalles, Oregon.
October 30, 1915.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Ann
Mackintosh, Assignee of A. L. Mae.
Intosh. Assignee of Archie Pallia.
Assignee of Kenneth It. Dunn, of
Ilend. Oregon, who, on April 17t.
1911 made Desort Land Application
No. OS721. for SWU NKW. Haetln
30. Township 18 South. Range 13
Bast. Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of Intention to make Fiaal
Desert Proof, to establish olalm to
the land above desHbed. before U.
C Ellis U S Commissioner, at Ilend,
Oregon, on the 14th day of December,
Claimant names as wltnoas&i:
Archie Pattlc, Samuel Vaushn, WII-
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