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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1918)
1OOAI. AND PKHSONAI,
Mrs. Jars; Cratlclook Is In the city
leu in her Silvles home.
I. S. Oeer hat been ronrineil to hi
lome during the pant week from
J. E. Mark, an attorney oC Canyon
ity.ls In the city on , some local
kuatriffM,; . ,.,
Ered'tenBcke. a itbck Mmn ofHtrt
hear Valley section, la a busluess vls-
lior to our city.
Frank Baker 1 having a fine resl-
ttMit'O erected on his lois In the east-
ii-n part or town.
A child's middy blouse was lost
itMitly between town and the ltt'll
ltaneh. Kinder nloaae leave at this
Tom and Mrs. Allen were among
ur representatives out at the meet-;
Ing ot stock tin a at Ontario uurniK
Mr. and Mrs. Drad Herberger. and
i heir little daughter are here from
their home In Bear Valley on busl-
i.ess before the land office.
Lloyd Culp la In town. He recently
md the misfortune to fall from a
wagon and break a few ribs and Is
iust recovering from the accident.
Carrol Cecil and his son Pat came
lover from Sliver Creek yesterday.
j i 'at was looking for a physician aa he
fluid a very Interesting attack of grip.
Ira Mahon took his departure this
morning by way of Bend for Portland
where he goes to see his father. He
reports Jim Improving In health and
luted- that he would likely come
home within a few days.
From delegates who attended we
.re informed that the same officers
were elected at the meeting of the
Cattle & Home Growers Association
at Ontario Win l'ollman is president;
S. O. Correll secretary and Win. Duby
treasurer. They are good officers.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Angle are
over from Iteo on land business.
Are you putting that conserved
hour to good use for your 'country?
I'ncle Carrnusa must be getting
mighty Impatient waiting for tier
many to keep her promise And deliver
Tnifc to him.
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Horton arrived
hooieiast vetriwg from southern
CaNtomMk where ihey had spent the
winter, both In fine health and glad
to at home with frlenda again. Dr.
and Mrs. C. 0. Griffith were traveling
companions for a part of the way
but fhey stopped over In Tonapah
for a day enroute and are expected
to arrive this evening or tomorrow.
Chancellor von llertllng Insists
that Russia has not been "dishon
ored." If the treatment Russia has
been subjected to at the hands of
Germany contains no element of dis
honor, Americans may form a pretty
fair conception of what our fate
would be were we to fall Into their
hands, especially If they should de
ride to mix a little dishonor in their
Ireland Is untrue to herself. For
centurtea the term "Irishman" has
stood "for all that was gallant, brave,
loyal and true. That ahe should re
fuse to bear her share In the great
world conflict, when the very prin
ciples for which her history has beon
one long contention are trembling in
the balance, Is Inexplicable. It is
sincerely to be hoped that she will
now accept the home rule tendered
by England, submit to the same rig
orous conditions England Imposes on
herself, and forever clear her name
of the odium that must attach to It
If her past course is pursued further.
LAW EM out ement EEAtH E w. N. Monroe, formerly post mas-
j ter at Hcckley, In Catlow Valley but
The activity of bootleggers In re- now a merchant near Catlow post
cent months caused the discussion ' office, has been In town for a few
of the advisability of rormlng some j days on business. Mr. Monroe was
organization that would lend Us in- one of those who first went Into the
fluent e and support to officers who Catlow country to make his home
Mr. and Mrs. W. W
were down from the farm near Har
. ney yesterday to take their little
daughter out with them to spend the
week-end. The little lady 1 a pupil
in the public cshool of this city.
A very successful and profitable
local institute of teachers was held in
this city last Saturday afternoon.
Several teachers from other parts of
the county were present and took
part, from Crane, Lawen, Drewsey
and intermediate points.
W. C. McKlnney son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. McKlnney of this city,
has resigned a position with thi
American National Bank at Pendle
ton, where he hud been for several
years, to accept an assistant cashler-
Drlnkwater ship with the Harney County Nation
al in this city.. i tie iiiiiik is atitunp
the additional help to its working
force. Mr. McKlney has had exten
sive experience in the banking busl
nes and will therefore be a valuable
acquisition to the local Institution.
He is well known "here as he spent
his boyhood days In this section. The
win iik man and family are expected
here within the next few days.
are active In such duties. According
ly a meeting was called early this
month In this city which was attend
ed by citizens from various parts of
Harney County and the, Law Enforce
ment Leaguo of Harney County was
formed. The writer has not learned
the names of the officers elected,
but a large number of good people
have slgued this constitution and
pledged their support toward creat
ing a sentiment against the violation
of the law especially the prohibition
law. The objects of the League
fully set forth in the constitution and
by-laws adopted at a meeting held
this week and which are published
At a meeting held Tuesday eve
ning an expression of appreciation
was voted to those officers who had
been active In convicting law viola
tors at the April term of court. The
organisation will ever be ready to
assist and give aid to such officers
In enforcing the laws and will not
hesitate to commend their actions
every time opportunity presents It
self. A feature .of this meeting was a
literary and musical program.
The constitution and by-laws were
adopted and copies were forwarded
to the several vice presidents In each
ireclnct for signatures:
This organisation shall bo "known
as the Law Enforcement League of
The object of the League will be
to secure enforcement of the laws,
especially the enforcement of the pro
hibition law of Oregon in Harney
county, to carry on a campaign of
and he has confidence In Its future.
Ha formerly taught school but has
turned his attention to farming aa a
profession and a stor0 keeper on the
sde. Both Mr. and Mrs. Monroe take
ah active interest fc the community
affairs of their neighborhood and
while in town he had this office
print some letter heads and envelopes
for the Catlow Homesteaders' Pro
gressive Association of which Mrs.
Monroe Is secretary.
Hon. C. M. Crandall, of Vale, has
announced his candidacy for the
nomination as representative for
Harney and Malheur counties. Mr.
Crandall served In that capacity at
the last session. Ho Is a capable
man and one who has the termlty to
back up his Judgment, hence is not
In the good graces of some poli
ticians, nevertheless he'd make a
NOTICE OF KHEltll I'M HALE
NOTICE OK KILING OK ADMINIH
TKATOKS KINAL ACCOUNT
Notice la hereby given that Emma
Moomaw, Administrator with the
will annexed of the estate ot M. A.
Hembree, Deceased, has filed her
final account In the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Harney
County, and said Court has appoint
ed the 3rd day of June A. D. 1918 at
the hour of ten o'clock in the fore
noon thereof to hear the same. All
persona having objections to said fin-
al account are hereby required to file
: the same with the County Clerk of
said county and state on or before
said time set for hearing the said
final account or they will be forever
barred from being thereafter heard
Notice Is hereny given that by vir
tue of an execution and order of sale
duly Issued by the Clork of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Harney County, dated the 24th day
of April 181 R, In a certain action In
the Circuit Court for said County
and Btatj wherein Eldora Fitzgerald
18 In Township 26 South of Rangi
31 East, and
South one-half of the North-west
one-quarter (HjNW') of Section
14 In Township 27 South of Itange
34 East, all East of the Willamette
Meridian, In Harney County, Oregon,
together with the tenenments, her
edltments, and appurtenances there
as plaintiff recovered Judgment J tken ,e,ed upon' nd ordered ld
against W. C. Oleeson and 1. L. Sleep
er, tor too sum of Five, hundred
thirty-two and 52-100 Dollars and
costs and disbursements taxed at
Thirty-two and 80-100 Dollars on the
4th day of October 1117:
I will oifthe 28th day of May 1918
at the front door of the Court House
In Burns In said Harney County,
State ol Oregon, at two o'clock In
the afternoon of said dnv. sell at
....hit,. ,.,..!,, in n. i,ih..i hiH.i.ri I)ttted at Uur"- Oregon
for cash, the following described pro-
North one-half of tho North-east
one quarter (N'fcNKVi) of Section
as -the property of the said I. L.
or so much thereof aa may he neoea
sery to satisfy the aald Judgment In
favor of Eldora Fitzgerald against
the said W. C. Oleeson and I, L.
Sleeper with interest thereon, to
gether with all disbursements that
have or may accrue.
W. A, GOODMAN, Sheriff.
By P. T. RANDALL, Deputy.
Date of 1st pub. April 27th, 1918.
Date of 5th pub. May 2ith 1918.
We'll doyour JblfTHiklng.
publicity and education, and to use ; thereon.
its influence toward the election to j Dated this 27th day of April A.
office, regardless ot party, of those' 1918.
We will do your Job printing.
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LIBERTY THEATRE A
Bargains or Values,
The reason why we prefer to offer VALUES
instead of bargains is because niue so-eulled bar
gains out of every ten is a bargain only to the"
seller and that isn't our way of doing business.
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Notions
Special Line of Silks, Wash Fabrics and Sum
mer Dress Goods
La'CC Corslnrnt-nt ol the fsmrvt FOWNE8 KID GLOVES
Values that are better than any bargain, and that
will continue to give satisfaction when bargains in the
same lines are worn out and forgotten.
Don't be a bargain fiend and get bitten. He a value
seeker and get SATISFACTION. That's what we guar
Burns Department Store
LUNAWJRO, DALTON A COMPANY
who will enforce the law.
The officer of the League will be
President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
A Vice 1'rosldent shall bo appointed
by the president of the league In
every precinct of the county. The
officers will serve for a term of one
year or until successors are elected.
All who desire to protect their
county from lawlessness ami drunk
enness, may become members by
signing the Constitution and By-laws
of the league.
H) -1,11 MS
An annual meeting will be held on
the second Monday of April each
year, at the time and place designat
ed by the President of the League.
At (his meeting all officers will be
elected. 8peclal meetings can be
called at any time by the President,
or by petition of twenty members.
All executive committee of seven
shall be elected which will Include
the president and secretary of the
League, to discharge all duties usu
ully pertaining to such a committee.
This committee will rill all vacancies
In office occurring between annual
Voluntary contributions, when
mi iled, will bo expected from nil In
terested in the work of the League.
Administrator with the will an
nexed, of the Estate ot M. A
lllll.e WIN Till: WAR
To (tar SnbfM-ribers
We have been appointed authoris
ed agent of Uie Treasury Department
for the year ending December 81,
1W1S, to receive and Issue at the cost
price Indicated thereon United
State War Having erUflcate SUmps
and I'nlted SUtea Thrift Stamps.
!'.-KUntiK with 1st, wo will allow
oar suoM-lbera war saving stamps
to the amount of five (S) per rent of
bllN paid on or before the 10th fol
lowing. You are asked to kindly
avail yourself of this opportunity.
INTKK-MT. T. . T CO.
Notary Public, Land Office Practice, Fire
Insurance and Real Estate.
Third liberty Loan, April 6, 1918
"Duty, Honor and Patriotism."
I Spring Samples
Just arrived, in all the latest
colors. Call and see them.
Wool is still going, s you
had better come right away.
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
Cut This Out - It la Worth Money
DON'T MI88 THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with five cents to Foley
ft Co., 2836 Sheffield Ave., Chicago
III., writing your name and addresH
clearly. You will receive In return
a trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kid
ney I'llls and Foley Cathartic Tab
lets. Sold by Keed Bros.
We will do your Job printing.
The material for a ladies Spring suit will be raffled by the Red
It will be tailored Into a made-to-measure suit for the lady win
See It displayed In Williams-Zoglamann's window.
Chances now on sale at the Recall Drug Store.
CRANE STATE BANK
It is our aim and effort to
give such service to our
patrons that they profit by
our dealings and recom
mend us to their friends.
We Pay Interest on lime Deposits-
Carleton B, Swift -I- it. Weaver
Wm. II. Craven 0. NT. Bolton
For Every Day!
Of course you want special Groceries for (he meat
less and wheatless days, but there are other days
when you can eat what you like.
On these days, as well as on "less" days, coine
the house that caters to good livers.
We Sell First-class Groceries at
We're not in business to "get rich quick." We
only ask a reasonable per cent for our investment
and our labor. Our great ambition is to furnish
you FIRST-CLASS GKOCERIBS.
We haye no special "Bargain Groceries." All our
Groceries are Bargains, because they are GOOD,
at Fair I'riees,
(Jive us a trial order. We'll risk making it a I
The Liberty Loan Drive Is Still On All of our
employees have bought bonds -HAVE YOU?
A. Ottlnger, Proprletor.KNate Franklin, Mgr.
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