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I1KNII IIULLKTI.1, HUM), OUEOON. TIIUHHDAY, IHCTKMHEH 20, lf)17
Agricultural Council Holds
Annual Meeting at Redmond
Tim Crook mill UnsrhulcH County .ndoptod. Tho procnun of work for
Aitrh'iiltunil Council ooimincd In I tho bounty agricultural council anil
1 1 ol tn (Mi it , OritKon, on Uitcinnliur 111. i tint county hkuiiI for 1UJ8 contains
Tim uitiutliu: was wull atlniitlnil anil J four iniijor iiml llirnn minor projucls.
opoiKMl with a luncheon at tlio llotnl .Thusn am iih follows:
Itniliuouil which was addressed by 1. Extermination of harmful ro-
County AkiiiiI l(. A. Ward ami IVil
(irul l.alior Annul J. W. Ilrownr. Mr.
Wanl oinpliail.ml tlio nroil of
HtritUKlliuiriiiK tliu council In oritur to
incut tlio national food Mliorliiitn anil .iioclnllons, couiinuiilly Importation!
to Ineroasn food mid wool production of purnbrcd llvo stock, cow tostlm; au
to tlio limit, consistent with koimI ;Hiirlutl(iiiH, demonstration trlpH to
business policy. Mo further men- Portland Mvo Htock Hliow, Oregon
Honed tliu fact that lili: business iuoii HtiUo Fair and local fairs, and class
iih wull an prominent mnu and women os In animal practlcN and llvn Htock
In all walkH of life aro serving, at nlJudidw:. (!)) Foodlni; domonstrn-
iprosnnnl sacrifice of time and money, tlons, disease control ami k'iitiiI
1!. Live Htock Improvement and
work rnlnllui; thereto, (a) llrccd
Improvement throiiKh breeder' ""
Post Office Clerks Victims
of Annual Christmas Rush
tlil(iwiltil ntumim " '! ----..--r ..... ......... ...... r( ......
In various capacities to assist the i!ov.hnndllnK. coiimInIImk of steer f (! lot;
or ent In the reat tank of win nl in: by C. II Miitnii and J. W. Hhlvely;
tliu war. Mr. Brewer broiiKhl be. feeiltiiK for milk production, by C. H.
fnro the council members the need for, Konyon, Maury McCall and Van M.
no arraiiKlUK next year's crops that j Morse; fonlliwc of cotton Heed cakes
tliu harvest of any two crop would (for Incionsod wool, mutton and
Don't ko up to tho pankaico delivery
window In the pout office when there
are about 20 people standlm; In line
behind you and when your turn
co in en, ciiRtially remark to tho clerk,
"Heme ntampH, plonHc," lie In liable
to lone IiIh temper iinlenn you (iiallfy
lb with "ten centH worth of twos,"
TIiIm In a touchy senson of tho year
to approach a pent office employe
with auythliiK othor than a smile and
a prompt Htatemeut of your wants.
All of yesterday tlicre wan hardly
a period when (here were Iphh than lift!
people Insldo the pout office. Paek
ni:en culore have been Hhlpped out.
Tho United Ht(itctJ Ik not tliu limit of
their routine for, In addition to late
not come at the name time, thus do
inaudliiK more labor than the farmer,
iih a unit, wiih Justly untitled to. He
npoko at leiiKth on the seriousness of
(ho Munition at prudent coufroutlni;
the farmerH of the United Males and
commented on tho Job of placlui; the
reiitrucd soldiers In various gainful
occupations after thu war wiu con.
. A dlsrusslou wan entered Into by
Various council imtmhcrH who recom
mended that those farmer boyH from
IK to 21 yearn of tine who may be
drafted, be Hiipplled with ?i service
4 button or noma official Inslr.iilu and
returned to the fnrmliiK eouimunltlis
ns iHirlrtilturnl aided. It wan the
coucetiHUH of opinion at the meeting
that these boys would be servlnx
their Kovernmeiit to much better nd
vautaKo and with Just an much pa
triotism by working on the faruiH oh
they would In thu trencher of Europe.
The afternoon meetliiR was pre
sided over by President C. K. Hosklus
who reviewed tho year' work of the
bounty nRent and commented briefly
on thu name, lie urged the necessity
of every council member puttltiK his
shoulder to the wheel, even at some
sacrifice, of some personal time. In
order to make thu work of tho county
uKnnt morn effective. He a I no com-
rented al letiKth on the valuable
ork ncroriiplUhed by the offlcu of
tho county agricultural brcm during
tho past year, Particular emphasis
wim laid on the fact that the Jack
rabbit damnKc In both counties had
J'mi reducml to a minimum, that sv
enil thousand dollarH ban been saved
to the farmorn by thu vaccination of
cattle for blacklftf and the coopnra
live purchasluK of Htock feedH, and
that the present council inoetliiK was
the moHt successful yet held.
F. I., llallard, of the Oregon Asrl
cultural coIIhkh, next addrttssml Him
nieetliiK, an representative of the
Mate rwtinty a cent leader, Marin, who
van unable to attend. Mr. Mallard
explained thu county nKont muvemnnt
and work acooinplUhed by them
throiiKhout the L'ulted Statcn. It"
almi Htated that thu county aKtnit
work In Crook and DeHchutuN cona
tion jaiM hold up iin an oxamplv of
what tho movement Hhould do In
rollowltiK the adoption of h'n re
vport, County AkoiH Ward nad the
Iirj)cctH proponed for next year'
wbrk, Th oho were commented upon
lambn. by Win. Wllnon. Newt. Will
lamnon, K. H. Ilaruard, (luy K. Dob
nou, (Inn K. KtadlK, Allen Wllluoxou
and i: I,. Ivernou; cooperative buyliiK
of Htock feedn next fall for winter
one, hay cnuNcrvatlnu, cooperative
nlilppliiK, control of preventable llvo
Htock dlneanen, nucli an blacklcK, etc.
(c) lucreaned live Htock production
by eiicouriiKluK farm flockn, demon
ntratliiK, feedliiK and Keuerul care,
equipment rciiulred, methodn of clip-
ping, dockliiK, etc, and by oncouraK
IbundleH for France, Home have trav
eled to Hawaii, Clil'ia and India.
I'dntal clerkn are not merely takltiK
In parceln, woIkIiIiik them and mark
I in; the amount of pnntiiKO. Homo pco
pel have the ui'Ntakon Idea that the
office In a (general accommodation
bureau where y,tln may he wrapped,
tied or their nililroHHen Hiipplled by tho
clerkn. Kveti tiny totn come In with
know better than their pa renin when
thu limit of a clerk' patience In
Ko far every Indication nhown
that old HI. Nick Inu'l bolru;
forgotten by tho children. An early
an two wcokn uco a letter wan found
In the box addrcHHod to thu North
I'olo, or another of tho popular win
ter renldencen of tho nalnt. If pon
hIMo, theno ntray noten aro turned
over to the parentn of tho yoiincntem
who nend them.
In addition to tho Chrtntrnan runh,
the pent office Iiiim an ununually larKe
amount of routine bunlncnn to keep
up. The nalo of thrift ntampn ban not
been for:otteu, thin pant week rnoro
nalen belli; made than at any time no
far. The Htampn are Innued at tho
imrceln window and It has kept two
men buny the entire day handlliiK the
two plocon of work. Complicating
tho bunliienn of malllnt; thu jiackanen
are the people who nend Bomethlnj;
off and half an hour later come back
and nay they forgot to Innurc It. Thin
In Invariably the rule with any article
linn filed In tho County Court of
Denchuten County, Oregon, l.or final
account and report In nald entato,
and that tho County Court ban ap
pointed tho 28th day of December,
1017, at tho hour of 10 o'clock, A.
M an tho time, and tho Court room
of nald Court In liend, Denchutoi
County, OrcKon, an tho place, for tho
hearing of objcctlonn, If any, to tho
acceptance and approval of said final
account, tho cloning of nald catato,
and tho (Uncharging of tho Adminis
MAIIY E. MVKHLBY,
II. C. KI.LIH, Administratrix.
Attornoy for Administratrix,
Ilcnd, Oregon, .19,43a
huge hundloH, but an a rule, they of more or lenn valuo.
TIiIm Wiih No Juke.
J. IC. Colver, 103 Labor Temple,
I on Angolcn, Cal., wrlten: "I havo
bad about f,0 yuarn of experience
with all Hortn and kinds of cathartic
remedies nome good and some a
Joke, Whon I got wine to Foley
Cathartic Tabletn for constipation, I
log the iiimhI of two hogn on every Kt In right. Thu best I ever used."
ranch to consume arhage, wnil()iiDo not gripe; no unpleasant after of-
, ... .... i nivini i..i. t . v . J " .. :i . t' M . .
fiir , nun iu unnini in uiiiitiuiimi; hid
present pork nhortage.
.1 Field ilemoiiHtratlonH rnncern
lug noil and fertilizers, consisting of
(a) demonstrations of the use of
sulphur, by W. W. Vun Matru, M. It.
(.amies, J. W. Drown and J .J. FJ
linger; (b) demonstration of uno of
laud plaster; (c) demonstration of
use of commercial fertilizers; (d)
community purchasing of various fer
tilizers. i. Hotter crop varieties and bettor
seed. This project will determine
most profitable varieties of farm
crop for Crook and Deschutes coun
ties, yield and ability to withstand
local climatic conditions considered.
Tho following demonstrations will
bo conducted: Hill selection of po
tatoes versus non-selcctlon, corrosive
sublimate versus formalin for treat
ing potatoes, resoedlng of logged off
lauds to pasture grasses, demonstrat
ing values of permanent pastures, sc
curliwc and analysis of pure seed,
demonstrations of better cultural
practices, and such exigency demon
strations as tho occasion requires
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Central Oregon Farm
em Creamery, Incorporated, of liend,
Oregon, will be held In tho Council
chambers, O'Kano building, liend,
Oregon, on Saturday, December 10,
1917, at 2:00 p. in. A full attendance
Is desired as general business Is to bo
CKNTKAI OIIKOON FAHMEHB'
&c, 41c K. D. UILSON, Mgr.
NOTICE OK HIIKIUI'rH HAI.K.
liy virtue of an execution In fore
closure and order of sale duly Issued
out of tho Circuit Court of tho 8tato
of Oregon for Deschutes County on
tho 2d day of November, 1917, to mo
directed, In a certain suit In said
County, wherein Mortgage Company
for America, a corporation, as plain
tiff, recovered Judgment against
Davenport-Htanlcy Ilanch Company,
a Corporation, Defendants, or-
Hie annual election of officers was ler!tiK and decreeing that tho
io of . Sa!d plaintiff, Including attorney's
fees and costs, said sale to be hold
held, and C. F. Hosklun, of Lower Southeast Quarter (SK14) of
IlrldKi. elected nresldenf Ilunrv Me. Soulhwost Quarter (SW4) of
,..?.. . . ' Elevun (11) and tho whol
(all, of I'rlnevlllB, vlco-pri-sldont; E. Section Twclvu (12) all In Town
llarnard, of Powell Unite, micro- Eighteen (IS) South of Hango T
v-lrwiniiror. The oiortillvo nun- toon (13) East of thu Wlllam
ttiMi and tha eountv aurlcultural i """ll! nll, " Southeast Quarter Dai
luw ami ma iMiiiit) aKruuiturai j (fiB x of 8cc0ll 8x (C) nm, the 1917.
ent wr tUalKimUtl to cooperate ,North Br(N )0f Section Soven(7)
east Quarter (BE1,) and tho South
west Quarter (8 WW ) of Section Sev
en (7) Township Eighteen (18)
South, Kai.o Fourteen (14) East
of thu Willamette Meridian; and tho
Southwest Quarter (SWW) of tho
Southwest Quarter (8WW) of Sec
tion Eleven (11) Township Eighteen
(18) South, Hango Thirteen (13)
East of the Willamette Meridian, bo
sold by thu Sheriff of Deschutes
County, In thu manner prescribed by
law and that thu proceeds of such
salu bo applied to the satisfaction of
tho costs of such sale, the costs of
this action, and tho rmalnder to tho
satisfaction of thu claims of tho plain
tiff herein named, tho sum of Six
teen Thousand, Sixty-five and 70-100
Dollars, with Interest thereon from
thu 2d day of November, 1917, at the
ratu of 8 pur cent per annum, and
Five Hundred and no-100 Dollars
Attorneys fees, with Interest thereon
at thu ratu of C per cent per annum,
and the further sum of (12,25 plain
tiff's costs and disbursements here
in. For thu further sum of $10,
3C1.94 with Interest from this date
at thu rate of 7 per cent per annum,
and the further sum of I3S0.00 at
torney's fees, with Interest at the rate
of G per cent per annum.
Which Judgment was enrolled and
docketed In the Clerk's office of said
Court In said County on tho 2d day
of November, 1917.
And each of thorn, and all persons
claiming or to claim by, through or
under them, or either of them, be
barred and foreclosed of any right or
equity of redemption therein, except
as provided by Statute
Therefore, Notice Is hereby given
that I will on Saturday, the 22d
day of December, 1917, at the hour of
10 o'clock In the forenoon of the said
day, soil al public salo to the highest
bidder for cash the above described
premises to satisfy said Judgment of
8 Human!, of I'owull Untie, hoc ro
tary-treasurer. Tho executive com
with the fmtorul labor agftnt, J. W.
Ilrewur, In handling thu labor n't nation.
at tho front door of tho court house
In liend, Deschutes County, Oregon.
Dated this luth day of November,
by tho council members and finally (ry where. Adv
Cut TIiIm Out It Is World Money.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, unclose with Cc to Foley & Co.,
2 S r, It Shuffleld Ave , Chicago, III ,
writing your name and address clear
ly, You will receive In return a trial
packago containing Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound for coughs, colds
and croup: Foley Kidney l'ills and
roioy caiuariic laninls. Sold ev
and tho North Half (N) of tle ' 3S-42c
soutiioasi quarter (SEW) or Section
Seven (7) all In Township Eighteen
(IS) South of Hango Fourteen (14)
East of thu Wlllametto Meridian, all
III Deschutes County, Oregon: also
S. E. nOIJERTS.
NOTICE OK FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given that Mary
E Llveslcy, Administratrix of the Es
tho South Half (S4) of the South-' tatu of Ceorge Llvesley, deceased.
Co.y, rhi'vrf I warmth
instantly. Portable, lico-
mimical. I ucl consumed
only ulicn licat it needed
no waste. No tmoku or
SBsWjJ f Hl VVVvyVi SJiniBSfcJw 1 T
FOR SALE 11Y
F. DEMENT & CO.
BEND HARDWARE CO.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
Shoes for Real Service
OL'lt SPECIALTY LS TO MAKE SHOES THAT
STAND THE TEST
Is especially made for this kind of country. Nono are bet
J. E. TILT SHOE
A bandsomo serviceable dress shoo for men. Can bo t be
beaten for thu money. Olvo these shoes a trial.
A. HANSON LOGGER.
Tho A. Hnnson Loggor Shoes of Thrco Lakes, Wis,, are
band-made and cue of tho very best of Us kind. Special made-to-ordcr
work tcken for this shoe.
UP-TO-DATE SHOE REPAIRING
R. H. LOVEN
Brooks- Scanlon Lumber
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Sundwd Sua.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Ajjent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Fifth sod Wu&ngton Stmt!
Ccnlrallr Lecaled The Hotel for YOU
Special Summer Rates
Room with bath privilege, single 75c up; double
$ 1 .00 up. Room with private bath, single $ 1 .50
up; double $2.00 up.
Auto bus meets trains.
Union Depot care pass our doors.
From North Bank Depot S car transfer at 5thSt.
Business and Professional Cards
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r mTiii imt inri riiiiiiHflr mvzz
Why not have the belt when it coats I
no more than the other kind ? I
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The Preferred StooH Store I
VERNON A. FORBES
I, A W Y E 11
First National Dank Building
nend :: :: Oregon
ARTHUR J. MOORE
Lo Cabin Cuildlnj,'
Dend, Ore. Phone Dlnck 1411
II. H. DcARMOND
L A V V E U
O'Kano Building, Dend, Oregon
J. E. EXGEHKETSON,
PLOIIUNO AND HEATING
117 Minnesota Street.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Jobbing Promptly Done.
DU. J. C. VANDEVERT
Physician anil Surgeon
Phono Red 271
Hours 9-12 n. m.; 1-5 p. m.;
7-9 p. in.
Phono Black 1291
LEE A. THOMAS, A. A. IA.
2-4 O'Kano Building
BEND ... OIIEOON
ZTT s s sj
H. O. x3 L L 1 S
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building
Done iu n ITHST-CLASS uuui-
ner, while you wait.
L. Goodman, opposite. Baker's
O. P. NISWONOEU, Bond, Ore.
Licensed Embalmer, Funeral
Phone Red 421, Lady Asst.
O. S. BENSON
Attorney At Law
Botison Building, Wall Street
, DR. R. D. STOWELL
Over Logan lurnlturo Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to 5
Phono Bed -1H2
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Sulto 6-8-10, O'Kano Building
Bend, ... Oregon
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Btrs and Forwardlna, Cn.tl Cm.
W( carry Oil, Carolina, Bujrtir, Floor,
Bait Mead, llama, liana and laid.