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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1918)
HERBKRT A. POAGE
Plans and Specifications Prepared for
Buildings of Any Class.
Off.c;- Room 8, Odd-Fsllows Buililiim
NOT1UK FOR II III. If A I IO
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Biirna Oregon, April 29, 1918.
Notice In herein- given that Rose
Karrou, Of Hums, Oregon, who, mi
October (i, I lit I , iniiiln Homestead
Entry, No 07701, for NW4, Notion
I, TowiiHblp 20 Itangu 31 E..
Willamette Meridian baa filed notice
of Intention to make final three-year
Proof, to establish claim to tbe laud
above described, before Register and
Hecelver, at Hurm, Oregon, on the
4Mi day of June, 1918.
Claimant naincH ax witnesses:
Ed. G. Egglcstou. Fred llnrron. Paul
Well, mid Susie Baron all of Bams,
V. 0, OOZAD, Register
Physician and Kurjrcon
The Car Noted for Its
Beauty, Economy, Endurance
and residence. Geo. Young house
Hhone No. IW:i
f, 0. Dll.l.AKO A. (), KAUIiKNHM
formerly Ami. Ihftaear Forpierlv chief Ku
hi V.I KeclauiHtloii Her- flneer at Hoist-
vice. Weiteru Rv.
Eastern Oregon Engineer in
CIVIL AND IRRIGATION ENGINEERS
CARL C. GRIFFITH
Physician and Sin tfnii
J. Ul. GEARY
Physician and Surgeon.
Burns,- - - - Oregon,
We Do Your Repairing Right
Expert Battery Work Oxy-Acetylene Welding
I s pond ll -r Ti'iiMHiuhii tt'il if
'Phone Mum BO,
DR. B. F. SMITH
PENMAN & DENMHN.
Phya clans jnd Sargeoos
:in-w ere, I ! in 1 1 ! v night i
II an ,r, ,11.
Or- Minnie Hand
lysician and Surgeon
Direct Telephone Connection
L. E. HIBBARD
Mice first door east photo gHllery
Bui i . Oregon.
BRUCE R. KESTER
Attorney at Law
11 Office Practice
Land Scrip for Sale
M. A. BIGGS
Attorney at Law
0. O. K. Uldg;-. Burns, Oregon
IERMAN VON SCHMALZ
Attorney at Law
sets and practice before I'. I. l.und
Office a specialty
: Fry Bldg. next door to pout uffliv
CHARLES W. EblilS
lurns, - - Oregon
a dices in tlie stale couiis aim no-
It lie U.S. Laud Office.
, 'hart. I I. I-rtOIl.tltl.
.nl attention gi v.en to Collec
i and Real h'-tute matters.
Fir In ru ranee.
Bl KNB. ' 'III I
OEOKQB FOON Pi op."
puis At All Hours. Short
))(lers and Prompt Service
With Reasonable Rates
Give Me A Call
l-iiosltc I lutes-Herald Bulldlna
ake This Room Yours
W :: if P
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Bring That job to The
.lowolor. Optician and
E I n a favor.
Fine Watch Repairing A Spt
Lavv JjuAvyuA-tv -uo-u, evrvvt
voxmliM 9 ookoX&cUs.
.UiaUMl (VrVoL -OtAVVOC.
Tbo Oregon, ' '
norma ami Ktvadt
I Im .-lock I'rulei
lino ...il Uttl.ll nf
hi ij i in- audei
tailed In im'ini-r
will iu li.uuo 00
reward for evl-
ill 111 .' Il-Mllll,' to
tic urn II i .i rim.
Vli'llut, of miy ear
I ) or purlieu steal
I mi borsrs, is ill-
Or llillll. lnloillClMK
to anv of IIS iii. -in
In addition lo tbe above, the undersigned
offers tbc same on. in touu.uu for sll horses
lii i ili .1 In. mi- sbod Ur on h.iih or.jlli.-i Jaw.
iirsii'l recorded In i-ikIh counties Kunge
Harney, Lake and Crook counties. Horses
rentcil wlni soid.
Noos I'll' frown tinmen mil. I ami only In
Isme hum liea.
w w MHiiWS Pile Orecon.
Sumpter Valley Railway C).
Arrival and Departure Of Trains
No. 2, Prairie
2:35 P. M.
4:15 P. M.
No. 1, Baker 8:3 A. M.
Sumpt er 1:05 A. M.
Arrives Prairie 2:1 P. M.
No. 1 Makes Reed connection
withO.-VV. R. & N. Co. No. 4
! (Fast Mail) leaving Portland 6:15
P. M., arriving at Raker 7:55 A.
; M. and No. 17 1 torn east arriv-
in? Baker 6:50 A. M.
No 2 connects with No. 5 (Fast
Mail) arriving at Raker 7:55 P.
M. which picks up Pullman at
Ba cr, arriving H Portland 7:00
A. M. Also with No. 18 at
10:451'. M. for icir.ts East.
Whether you are building a brand
new home, making- additions to the old
one or merely repairing walls, you can
have a room like this if you use genuine
Beaver Board walls and ceilings are more
handsome, more substantial and more sanitary
than any other kind. They are the easiest
walls to build. No lath or plaster therefore,
no litter. Beaver Board always gives satisfac
tion. But you can't expect Beaver Board
results unless this uade-utark la on the back of
the board you buy.
liurn , Oregon
notice OF PILING or aiimims
TRATORS PINAL ACCOUNT
Notice li iiei'i in- ii Bnitna
aw, Aiiinini tratot with i he
win annexed of Lb I o W. A,
i tembrea, D ci si ed, baa i lied hot
final an until In tin- Counly Court of
the Siute of Oregon for Harney
County, ami said ouo has appoint
ed the :inl day of June A. 1). 1918 at
the hour of ten o'clock In the fori
noon thereof to hear tin i.atne. All
persons having objsottoas to said fin
al iicco.int are hereby required to file
the same wit li tho County Clerk of
Huid county uud Hlate on or before
said time -ei for bearing the mild
final account or they will be forever
; barred from being thereafter heard
Dated this 27th day of April A. D.
AdmlnlHtrator with the will an
nexed, of the Estate of If. A.
miihi; I'ou PUBLICATION
CNITED STATU LAND OPPIOI
niiniM. Oregon, May 1. Itll
Notice bl hereby given that Elmer
lattMOi of Narrows Oregon, who, on
May I, 1911, made Additional Home
stead Entry. No. 08101. fur SE',.
Section :u, Township 2G B Range
II E., Willamette Meridian ban filed
notice of Intention to make final
three-year I'roof, to .t.ihli-li claim
to the laud above described, before
IteglHter and Hecelver, at liurn ..
Oregon, on the tiih day of June 1918.
Claimant iiaiiie,s an witnesses:
Charles Newell. James Kendall.
A. D. Jones, and Paul Well all of
V. O. Cozad, Register
NOTICE htm PUBLICATION.
UNITED STATES LAND OFEICE.
Hums. Oregon, April 22, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Karl D.
Well, of Narrows, Oregon, who, on
January 11, 1915, made Homestead
Kntry No. 07919. for NE4. Section 8
Township It Sv. Itange ."i 1 ., Wlllu
inete Meridian, has filed notice of In
tentlon tO make final three-year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Register and
Hecelver, at Hums, Oregon, on the
29th day ol May lflis.
Claimant names as witnesses:
.i.i s Campbell, of Narrows. Ore
gon, T. L. Newell, of Crane, Oregon,
Paul Well unit Annie W. il In.tli ol
V. O. COZAD. Register.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned bus been appointed ad
ministrator of the Estate of Joshua
T. Ery, deceused, by order of tbe
County, Court of Harney County
Oregon, duly made and entered on
the 2:ird day of April 1918, and has
qualified as such administrator. All
persons having claims ugalnst the
said deceased or his estute are here
by notified io present the same, duly
verified uh by law required, either to
i lie undersigned at his ranch III Sun
set Valley, Harney County, Oregon,
or to bis attorney Charles W. Ellis,
ut his office in tho Masonic Uldg.,
Minns Oregon, within six months
from the date of this notice.
Dated April 24, 1918.
CIIAHLES V. HEED.
Administrator of tbe estate of
Joshua T. Ery. deed.
NOTICE OF SIIIRII I S HALE
Motion is hereby given that by vlr
lue of an execution and order of sale
duly Issued by the Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court of tho Slate of Oregon for
Harney County, dated the 24th day
of April 1918, in u certain action in
the Circuit Court, for said County
and Slal when In Kldora Fitzgerald
as plaintiff t ovired Judgment
agalnsl W. C. Clecson and I. L. Sleep
cr tor tho sum or Five hundred
thirty two and 52-100 Dollars und
uisis ami diabursemevts taxed at
i'hlrly-lwo and 80 100 Dollars on the.
1lh day of OetOber 1917:
i : tha lb day of May 1918
I i of the Court Don
I in Duma in -' i - py County,
. ' ii nf Oregon, i I i wo o'clock In
ft " m ol laid day, eel) a'
public ainiiuii in the hlgheel bidder
for ciihIi. the loiiowlng described pro-
North one-half of thO North I I
one quarter nv4NK) of Beotioa
18 in i'ownship 20 south or Raage
1 1 Baeti and
South Otte-half of the North west
one-quarter (SV4NW4) of Notion
M in Township 27 South of Range
:t4 East, all Baal of the Wlllannlle
Meridian, In Harney County, Oregon,
together with the tenennients, ber-
(lit incuts, and uppu.'tenanceH there-
taken levied upon, and ordered sold
in the properly of the said I. L.
or so much thereof as may be neces
sery to satisfy tin said Judgment In
favor of Elilora PltSgOTsJd against
the ; ;m.i v. Oleeeon and I. L.
Sleeper wllh Interest (hereon, to-
gether with ail disbursements that
have or may accrue.
w. a. fiooDMAN, Sheriff,
By I' T, RANDALL, Deputy
Dated ut Hums, Oregon, April II,
l!l I 8.
Dale of 1st pub April 27lh, I 918
Date of Itb pub. May 2 r, t h 1918
IN THE COUNTY COUNT OF THE
STATE OE OltEOON, EOK HAH-
In the matter of the Estate of
Harry It. McClure, Deceased.
To George Clyde McClure, Lawrence
Chester McClure, Walter Robert Mc
Clure. Alberta Marie McClure and
Nora Beatrice McClure, Greetings :
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OK OltEOON, you are hereby cllad
and required to appear in the County
Court for Harney County, Oregon,
at the County Court Room at the
Court House at Burns, Oregon, In
the said county and State on the 27th
day of May. 1918, at 10:00 o'clock
In the forenoon and then and there
show cause. If any exists, why tho
Honorable 11. C. Levens, Judge of tbe
County Court should not lssuo an
order to sell the following dOOUllbOd
real property, lo-wit:
BWHNWHi sW'iNK';. N
sw1,, NU'i of 8RM of Section 22,
I'ownship 21 South, Range 114 B, W.
II., oontalning ifio acres, more or
Wltn. sh the Honorable II. C. Lev
eas. Judge of the County Court of
the State of Oregon, for tho County;
of Harney, with the seal of said
Court affixed, this 18th day of April
A. D. 1918.
Attest CHESTER DALTON, Clerk.
NOTRE FOR PUBLICATION
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Hums. Oregon. Muy 20, 1918.
Notice Is hereby given that Joseph
H. Morion, ir Riley, Oregon, who,
on October . 1914, made Home
stead Kntry, No. 07700, for NK',,
Sect Ion 10, 'I'ownship 2.'! Si, Range
20 B.i Willamette Meridian, has Med
DOtleS of intention lo make final
three-year I'roof, to establish chiltn
lo the land above described, before
Register und Receiver, at Burns,
Oregon, on the 27th day or June,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Rlneherd Hlrsch of Riley, Oregon,
Walter Kesslnger, Fred Sturges, and
Wllllum H. (llbson all of Suntex, Ore
gon. V. a. COZAD, Register.
THIN BULLETIN TELLS HOW TO
MAKE THE OAKREN OROW
The city gardener as well as the
raiser of vegetables In the country
will find tniorniatloii of value in
'The Farm tianlen in Ihn North "
iiiis publication la Farmers' Bulletin
!H7, and Is offered by the United
Statea Departawnt of Agriculture lo
nil who make Individual rsgaest tor
it in the Division of Publications of
The bulletin was designed primart
ly lor luriu gardens, but ils Inlmini
Hon la presented In aucb era) thai
J li li . pi cted to I
.- to tbe urbui
I doner. Amoni Lbe topica u ated
Location, plan, end arrangement
Jof tbe garden, preparation of tbc
,., II; niaiiur, a and fertlllers; seeds
and plants; quantity of Heed required
for a family of four; uhc of hot beds
and cold frames; the seed bed; seed
i-owlng; depth Of pluntlng and ills-,
i .i 1 1 ' apart; transplanting and hard
ening off; setting plants in the open
ground; time of planting; planting
BOhea lur the eastern United State.i
and the western United Slates; latent ,
dates Tor planting vegetables; sue
cession anil rotation of garden crops; !
cultivation and irrigation of garden
POM ; fall and winter care of the
) garden; Insects and diseases; storage
of surplus vegetables; cultural direc
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Another bulletin expected to be of j
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gardeners is Parmere' Bulletin 856,
Control of Diseases and Insect Enem
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This also Is offered for free distribu
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quest for It.
COMPULSORY LABOR HAT RE
KNPORCHD IN OREGON.
corvniiis Oregon, May ll, Con
certed action for forcing all Idlers to
work would either put them to work
or drive them from the State, says'
J. W. Rrewster, Federal and O. A. C. '
farm help specialist Portland con-,
templates cnucting an ordinance to'
force Idlers Into productive labor, 1
and tbe smaller towns are asking
The passage of such an act by '
I'ort land, says Mr. Hrewstor, would i
tend to drive the idler Into some
other town. Already the larger i
towns of Eastern Oregon huvo been
encouraged by Mr. Rrewster to move
for compulsory labor laws, and many
of them have accomplished It. Like
action is being taken In Western Ore-'
lluker. Ontario, Wullowu, Canyon I
City, I'rairle City, Lagrande, lleppuer
Condon and Morrow, have either put
I iii's,' measures into effect or promis
ed tO do BO at the next council meet
ing. The COttnty agents are OOOpei St
lug and carrying the message to
oilier incorporated towns in their dis-
Those who refuse to gel into ac
tion ai onio will be given employ
ment Without pay. The bUSUMaS tin u
in doaferenoea have voiced their ap
proval or these measures. All coun
ciliueu, police uud mayors with whom
Mr. Brewer consulted, have endorsed
tbe plan with earnestness und en
thusiasm. IT'S EVERYBODY'S WAR.
Tlie bare fuct Unit President Wil
son has asked Congress for authority
t(f raise an army of four millions of
men. should strike some people In
this country witn u severe jolt, "tin,
it will soon be over," or "I hope It
will end soon," has been the burden
of the song of the would-be alacker,
witii it lie attempts gat by in his
pitiful evasion of the calls of bis
government for the unstinted sup
port Of loyal son. President Wilson
would never call for such an army
bad he the least hope that the end
was in sight. We have been assured J
by tbe Allied leaders that our
strength must he thrown into the
fray before victory can even bo hoped
for. And with the calling of this Im
mense force, (lie companion call will
go out for those left at home to sus
tain these armies In the field. Our
BOUB, our brothers, husbands and
fathers are going "over there." Mark
well the man or woman who seeks
by any pretex to escape bis or her
Just share of responsibility for their
support. Yes, the hour bus arrived
when we must include the woman in.
this gruve rOBponeiblllty. No one
wlio i an by any possible means run
tribute bus the right lo laK behind.
Blothfulnese, Inactivity, waatefulm
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the vocabulary of Americana until
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iii that aooursed nightmare of
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