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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1918)
DR. B. F. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
ce.ind residence. Con. Young hum
I'hone .n... RM.I
CARL C. GRIFFITH
I'hysiciau ! Suigoi
J. LU. GBARY
Physician mid Surgeon.
Burns, - - - Oregon.
Nice ou second tliHir Tonawama Bldg.
'Phone M Hi n 8ft.
Pi NMAN & OENMAN.
Physicians and Surgeons
klls answered promptly night or dm
Dr- Minnie Hand
hysician and Surgeon
Direct Telephone Connection
It. E. HIBBARD
Oliicu lirttt door east pliolo gallery
BRUCE R. KESTER
Attorney at Law
km! Office Practice
l-nd Scrip for Sale
M. A. BIGGS
Attorney at Law
I. 0. 0. I . Bldg., Burns. Oregon
IHKKMAN VON SCHMALZ
Attorney at Law
itMtl and practice before C. S. Land
t Hlicc a specialty
Bice: Fry I'.ldg. next door to pout iililci
CHARLES W. ELLIS
Burns, - - Oregon
Practices in the stale Courts ai.l be-
Ire (lie I'. H Land office.
'h.i II. I joonaitl.
A I I'ulM-.Y-AT-I.AW,
pre ful attention given to Collec
tion! ami Hi ul Kstnte matters.
I ire liiHiirance.
OEORQB I DON Hi op.;
Meals At All Hours. Short!
Orders and Prompt Service
With Reasonable Kates
Cive Me A Call
Opposite limes-Herald BulldlHC
A. J. BOCKHOLD
Oregon City, Oregon
will buy all your Furs
tena-w-aaaa-a, -Bld-gT-, Bums', Or
Land Office Practice
HERBERT A. POAGE
Plant and Specification Prepared for
Building of Any Class.
Officai Rooms anil 7, Odd .Fsllows Bulletins
P. 0. Dili.aui
rorssarlr Aml Itnittnor
InU.lt Rmlamatlun Hor
Tloe. A. 0. Kmii arte
Formerly chief Kn
ginaer ot BoIm d
Eastern Oregon Engineering
CIVIL AND IRIIQATION ENGINEERS
Jowoler. Optician and
Fine Watch Repairing A Spe
If Yog Kxtcrmitiiito
The Skins Can KM Sold
They must be whole skins,
dried in Sun or Air so that
For particulars write
S. L. Menlnger
Country salesmen for several
good counties in this state to
handle our complete line of
fruit trees, shrubbery, roses,
etc., booking advance spring
orders now; necessary supplies
furnished; good money for
Pacific Nursery Co.,
1224 (irand Avenue.
Portland, - Oregon
Sumpter Valley Railway Co.
Arrival aid Departure Of Trains
No. 2, Prairie 10:15 A. M.
Sumpter 2:35 P. M.
Arrives Baker 4:15 P. M.
No. 1, Baker 8:30 A.M.
Sumpter 10:05 A. M.
Arrives Prairie 2:10 P. M.
Mr. 1 Mnbna armul cnnnpcl ion
iw. ..o e.""" "-- r
with O.-W. K. & IN. t;o. JNo. 4
(Fast Mail) leaving Portland 6:15
P. M.. arriving at Baker 7:55 A.
M. and No. 17 from east arriv
ing Baker 6:50 A. M.
No 2 connects with No. 5 (Fast
Maili nrrivinir at linker 7:55 P.
, M. which picks up Pullman at
iBik'r. arriving at Portland 7:00
I A. M. Also with No. 18 at
0: 46P. M. for points East.
WOULD SERVE OREGON
AS U. S. SENATOR
Well Known Legislator Seeks
Namlnation on Construc
Basing his appeal to ths voters of
Oregon on a comprehensive and con
struetlve platform, 8. B. Huston, ol
J'ortlaud, has announced his candidacy
or ths United States Senate, subject
to the result of the Hepubllcsn primar
ies, May 18. Mr. Huston began the
practice of law at lltllsboro, Washing
ton County, where he labored success
fully, and 11 years ngo removed to
Portlaud to occupy a wider field. Since
taking up hu roatdanoa in Portland
Mr. Huston Iiiih been active In civic
affairs, and Iihm ban honored by bin
follow ell Izi'iiH in bin political leader
Rhlp. IIIh record In tbo Oregon Statu
Legislature mIiowm Mr. IliiHton to be a
man of the people, and his vote ou all
measures affecting the development of
thu state and tint wulfare of the work
ere has beeu recordnd as favoring leg
Islatlon expressing the bent social con
science and broad vision of the future,
lu IiIh platform Mr. Huston stands fer:
Vlgoroua prosecution of the war un
til peace shall come with honor to the
nation and an open way for democracy.
l-uylng the cost of the wsr upon the
Interests best able to pay. When men
give their lives, wealth should be re
quired to give the one thing It can
H II. Ill .-.I UN
Making ample provision for the re
construction period which must follow
the close of the war
For tariff schedules based on the
difference In cost of labor at horns
Making provision for free ports on
Um I'aiiama Canal and al Honolulu
Development of Alaska, both agricul
turally and Industrially. Congress
should safeguard the mineral wealth
of the Territory, but the country should
be opened to early development.
Development of latent water power
In Oregon. Thu needs of the times
call for constructive wtirk along this
line, under the leadership of Cougress.
Making the basic eight-hour work
day In mills, factories and inlnei com
pulsory by national legislation. This
would give western lumber mills a fair
chance to compete with the system of
long hours and low wages In the South.
Development of waterways to sup
plement the reorganized railway ays
tern of the country.
llroudeiilng the federal rural credits
law sufficiently to make ils benefits
applicable to conditions In Oregon, In
an effort to aid In land development.
Federul aid for the construction of
good roads, purtlculurly as a measure
of relief fur labor conditions following
Support for the hlphuilding Indus
try "f b Columbia river district. The
Industry nnat be made permanent.
Stop Pod m i n rimniHllnii against
Support of work along the Columbia
river to maintain a 40-foot channel to
the sea ami Improvement of harbors
Amendment of the federal constitu
tion to provide for universal suffrage.
Support of national prohibition
EUROPE NEEDS FOOD
Food Administration Declare It Is an
Absolut. Oln to Wast Food Food
Has Become Sscred.
Europe Is still sending an Insistent
call for more food. We must send It
If the war Is to go on efficiently. If
we eat It all we cuuuot ship It, and
the food administration bss already
tried to picture how much that wheat
la needed by people wlio will starve If
they do not get It, the food administra
tion st a tea.
"For the least bit of heedlessness
on your part In food conservation some
one somewhere In the world must suf
fer prlvstlon," an official statement
declares. "The food administration
has mastered the problem of Ameri
ca's food In such a way thut every
ounce of food conserved and kept In
the currents of trade goes to an empty
toinaeh In Europe.
"It Is an absolute sin to waste food,
rood lias become sacred.
"Food means life; It means some
body's life, and you cannot escape re
sponsibility. "There is no wnnle of food uniong
the allied nntloiiH."
SOME POULTRY DISEASES
When the crop In lui'il Mini lin-
llellllllU I hero In flu II LTi-l" of llie
binl becoming ci-op bound.
When Hie InlnlN nee hot mid
swollen mill Hie foul In disin
clined to Ntnnil, rheumatism bun
When the iioAlrll lire clogged
with dirt mill the eyes water,
ward off a possible case of croup
by timely treatment. If the case
Is bud apply thu hatchet and
bury the carcass.
When the bird seems lame and
has ii mi 1 1 it 1 1 swelling In Its foot,
remove to u house with no
nerches unit obllk-e It to roost on
a beil of straw. Mumble-font Is
easily cured lu the early singes
If Hie inline Is at once removed.
When a hen seems to drown
down behind mid goes repeated
ly to the Deal without laying,
she Is usually suffering from a
disorder of tbi oviduct, mid
miglll an well lie killed and eat
When Hie hen seems giddy
nnd I Urns round and round, aha
In probably suffering from apop
lexy. When the bird bus ley weak
ni'iM, with no disorder Of the liv
er, f I lighter and give plenty
of li.im- forming material.
IMPORTANT TO GIVE VARIETY
Duplicate Spring Conditions ss Nesr
as Possible to Obtain Eggs In
Everybody Ki'li eggs lu the spring.
why? Baoanoa spring is tin- natural
laying season. If we want eggn "'
oilier times of Hie year we must "foiH"
the hen by duplicating spring condi
tions iis nearly as possible.
Variety Is Important In the winter
ration. A hen r raves and seeks dif
feient kinds of food, lu the sprint:
mid summer when she rangoa on Iha
farm lie gets a Variety, bin In the
winter, when there Is no grass or l
Good Farm Flock.
ver. no Inign or wornm. when the vn
ter In frozen over, when He- nnow In
on the ground no that sttfl cannot pick
up a bit of gravel and sand, these
things llliml be I'uruinhetl lu her feed.
A lieu In different from moat animal-.,
she win balance her own ration
if given mi opportunity.
PROPER CARE OF MACHINERY
Fsrm Implements Depreciate More in
Value From Neglect Than From
rami nun iiinciy depredates In value
more rapidly from poor care Hum from
u.-i ii.i i ue. Thai la, n largn pari of
the in i" r lint annual depredation in
r. ni-iii b) eioMire than b) use.
A ion acre farm needs about ? i.ismi
worth oi machinery, Ten per can)
depredation means .sum every year ami
mors than 100 of thin is bmi tin b
larl. Of cure. SUSHlS for Hiln machin
ery would cost about L'KI. which ill II
per cent n year would mean 12, The
difference between IfoO mid $1 cannot
all be credited to profit, for part of
he care oi machinery lien in labor and
material. Still there would be a fair
margin. Housing, repairing at the
proper time, and palming the wooden
parts are three e.nneiitlaln lu Hie care
GOOD RACKS FOR SEED CORN
Wooden Affairs In Which Esrs Are
Placed on beparate bneivei
Wooden seed rucks, In which the
ears are stored In rows on separate
nhelves, are convenient dryers, and
have no drawbacks In u dry, bree.y
place, although the air cannot clrcu
lale freely on all sides ami dniiipnesn
may be held where the row of kernels
rests ou the wood.
WRINKLE VARIETIES OF PEAS
Soon as Ground Becomes Dry Enough
for Thorough Preparation Plant
Them In Garden.
While the smooth varieties of garden
peas are capable of '.landing more cold
and wet Hum the wrinkled sorts, thev
are ncar.'ciy worm me punning, as
soon an Hie ground becomes dry enough
fur thorough preparation sow the
wrlu'ale variety of peus.
On n small Hcale, vegetable seeds
may be Mailed In small boxes or flats,
nlnccd under the kitchen "tovo
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IN THU CIRCUIT COURT OV THE
HTATK OF OBKGON FOB HAR
Violet Josephine I'ellar, Plaintiff,
Joseph Henry i'ellar, Defendant.
To Joseph Henry I'ellar, above earn
IN THE! NAMK OF THK HTATK
OF OHKOON you are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the
complaint In the above entitled suit
within six weeks from the date of the
first publication of this summons,
and If you fall to appear or answer,
for want thereof, the Plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for In her complaint, to-wlt:
First, That the bonds of matri
mony now existing between Plaintiff
and Defendant be dissolved and that
Plaintiff have a decree of divorce
Second, That the Plaintiff have
the care, custody and control, of
Joseph Donald I'ellar, minor child
of the riaintlff and Defendant;
Third, That Plaintiff have judg
ment for her costs and disbursements
herein and for such other and fur
ther relief as to equity may pertain.
This summons 1 published In The
Times-Herald, a weekly newspaper
published and of general circulation
In Harney County, Oregon, by order
of Hon. H. C. Levens, judge of the
County Court for Harney County,
Oregon, which said order was duly
made and entered on the 18th day of
December, 1917, and directed that
this summons be published as above
stated for a period of six weeks.
The first publication of this sum
mons Is made ou December 22. 1917.
(Signed) J. W. BIOOS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Whose residence and post
office address Is Burns, Har
ney County. Oregon.
NOTICE TO CHEIHTOHS
Notice In hereby given that the
uuilernlgui d have been duly appoint-1
eil Joint executors of the Last Will '
and Testament and Estate of Jacob'
c Web (inn-, doooaaod, by the Coun
ty Court of Hie State of Oregon, for
All persons having claims against
said aetata are hereby notified to
present them, duly verified as by
law required, to us or one of us at
our residence lu Burns, Harney
County, Oregon, or at the office of
our attorney J. S. Cook In said City,!
County and State, within six mouths
from the date of this notice.
Hated this 20th day of December,
MAGGIE M. LEVENS
ALFRED C. WELCOME
Joint executors of the Last Will
and Testament and Estate of
Jacob C. Welcome, .deceased. I
NOTICK OV HALE OP
IN THE COl' NTY COURT FOB THE
STATE OF OKEGON FOB BAB
NEV (OI NTY.
In the matter of the estate of
W. E. Allierson, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an order or nab
made and entered in the above en
titled Court on the duy of Januury.
191S, the undersigned administrator1
of the abOVa entitled estate will sell
at private sale on and after Hie 13th
day of February, 1918, at Burns,
Harney County, Oregon, the follow
ing described property to-wit: Lots
4 ami '. of Section 1 and Lots 1 and
H or Section 2, Twp. 31, South. Bange
3 5 East W. M.
Said sale will be made subject to,
i oiiiiriii.ii ion by the County Court
or Harney County, Oregon.
Administrator or the estate of
W. E. Allierson, deceased.
NOTICE TO CBED1TOBH
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
HTATK OF OHKOON FOR HAH
In thu matter of the estate
of John Duffy, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed ad
ministrator of the above entitled es
tate by the Hon. II C. Leveus,
County Judge ot Harney County,
Oregon; all persons having claim
against said estate are notified to
present the same duly verltled as by
law required, to me at Fields, Ore
gon, or by J. W. Biggs, my attorney
at Burns, Oregon, within six months
from tbo date or the Hrst publica
tion or this notice. The Hrst publi
cation Is December 72, 1917.
J M. McDADE,
Administrator of s'.'O estate
of John Duffy, ceased.
Cable rates have been reduced be
tween North and South America.
John D. Rookorfl Her may bar
many sins to answer for, but
$70,000,000 Klven to war purposes
should atone for a few of them.
NOTICK KOP. PUBMOATION
UNITBD BTATKS LAND OFFICB)
Burns, Oregon, December 21, 191?
Notice Is hereby given that Thomas
Blauey, of Catlow, Oregon, who on
February 8, 1018, made Homestead
entry. No. 085.19, for HKK, Sec. 1
and NE. Section 18, Township 88
8.. Range 80 K.. Willamette Meri
dian has filed notice of Intention to
make final throe-year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before C. K. Tulloch, U. 8.
Commissioner, at his office, at Ber
(liigo, Oregon, on the 23rd day of
claimant names as witnesses:
Andrew Jscquot, Mrs. Andrew
Jacquot and Francis J.icqiiot, all of
Catlow, Oregon. Clias. Bcckley, of
V. O. COZAD, Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICB)
Burns, Oregon, January 30, 1918.
Notice Is hereby Klven that Tabitha
F. McLeod, of Catlow, Oregon, who
on March 17th and May 6, 1913.
made homestead entries, No. 06624
06754, for EV4NEV, NE8E.
Sec, 8; WHNWVi. SK'tNW4. Nft
SWVi, Sec. 9, T. 32 S., Bange 31 E,
Willamette Meridian, has riled no
tice of Intention to make final three
year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before C. E.
Tulloch, U. 8. Commix loner, at his
office, at Beckley, Oregon, on the
6tb day of March. 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Katherlne King, Burns, Oregon.
The Hhull, William W. Stoten. Geo
rge W. Johnson, ull of Catlow, Ore
gon. V. O. Cozad. Register.
NOTICE TO CBEDITORH
IN THE COCNTV COIHT OF TUB
STATE OI' OaUatKIH I OK HAIt
m:v CO I NTY.
In the matter of the estate
Of Tony Flint, deceased.
Not ice In hereby given that the
Undersigned has been appointed ad
ministrator of the above entitled es
tate by the Hon. H. C. Levens, Coun
ty Judge of Harney County, Oregen:
all persons having claims against
said estate are notified to present the
same duly verified as by law requir
ed, to me at my place of business ii
Hums, Harney County, Oregon, or to
J. W. Biggs, my attorney, within six
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice. The first
publication is Dec. 29, 1917.
W. M. FABBE,
Administrator of the estate ot
Tony Flint, deceased.
State of Oregon
United States Senaters:
Geo. E. Chamberlain, Harry Lane
W. C. Hawley. N. J. Slnnott. C. N.
Attorney General, George M. Brown.
Governor James Withy combe
Secretary of State Ben W. Olcott
Treasurer T. B. Kay
Supt. Public Instruction J. A. Chur
chill. State Printer John Lawrenna
F. A. Moore, Geo. H. Burnett, Bobt.
akin, It. S. Bean. Thos. A. McBrldo.
Henry L. Benson, Lawrence T. Har
ts. Ninth Judicial District
In-in-i Judge Dalton Blgga
County Attorney M. A. Blgga
Circuit meets the first Monday In
April, and Hrst Monday In October.
Joint-Senator J. A. Hurley
Joint Representative, c. M. CrandaB
County of Harney
County Judge H. C. Levens
Clerk Chester Dalton
Treasurer Pearl O. Flsk
Surveyor Frank Gowaa
Sheriff W. A. Goodman
Assessor John Caldwell
School Supt Fraaoes Clark
Coroner G. W. Clevenger
W. H. Robins, R. L. Hass.
County Court meets the first Wed
nesday In January, March, May, July,
September and November.
Harney U. B. Land Office
I Register V. O. Cora
Receiver Sam Mothers HatsB
City of Burns
Meetings of the Council every Sea
ond and Fourth Wednesday.
Mayor 11. c. Levens
Recorder W. T. Klngfc
1 Treasurer Henry Dalton.
! Marshal R. L. Halnea
J. E. Loggan, Sam Mothorhead,,
I C. M. Salisbury, J. R. Thompson.