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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1918)
DR. B. F. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
I . ind residence, Geo. Young house
Phone No. BM
CARL C. GRIFFITH
Physician aud Surgeon
J. LU. CHARY
PhvaiciHti and Surgeon.
Burn, - - - Oregon.
ou ooml door Tnnawama Bldg.
"Phone Mail! Hi'.
DESMAN & nbfrtflN,
Physicians and Surgeons
Is answered (rtm ptly niglil or da?
Dr- Minnie Hand
'hysician and Surgeon
Direct Telephone Connection
HERBERT A. POAGE
Plan and Specification! Prepared for
Buildings of Any Clat.
Offlcsi--Rooaa , OddF.llow. Buildlm
F. 0, DllAARII
formerly AW. Engineer
laU.H Kerlaumtlun Kit-vice.
A. 0. FsUI.KNaUt
raratarlj Chief Ka
flueer al Hols
Eastern Oregon Engineering
CIVIL AND IKIMiATION ENfilNEERS
b. E. HIBBRRD
Other lirst door east photo gull wry
BRUCE R. KESTER
Attorney at Law
Land Office Practice
Land Scrip for Sale
M. A. BIGGS
Attorney at Law
I. U. O. F. Bid.. Burn. Oregon
HERMAN VON SCHMALZ
Attorney at Law
lotssts and practice before l". S. I.aml
Office a specialty
Ifflcs: Fry Bldg. next door to pott olBo
CHARLES W. ELLIS
Burna, - - Oregon
Practice in the State Court and be
ne the U. S. Laud Office.
Jeweler. Optician nnd
Fine Watch Repairing A Spe
Lam mAmaA-u uru, arvu
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NOTIOt. LXMl IM'HLH MTION.
UNITED STATES LAND OKFICE
Saras, Oregon, June r, iuin.
Notice Ih hereby kIvcii Hint Holllc
A Miller, , of Hill en. Oregon, who.
on May 18, 1914, made Homestead
atry No. 07476, for 8RH. See, 20
mid HW", . Hue II, Township 34 8.,
Range 31 Willamette Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to make
final three-year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore 0 K. Tulloch, V. 8. Commisslon
er, at his office, at Ileckley, Oregon,
on the Uth day of July, 1018.
Claimant names as witnesses:
U. O. CrltcliHeld, of Berkley, Ore
gon, Inane N. Siimrt. Thomas U.
Glblm. Wiley It Uyram, of Hlltznn.
V. (J. COZAD, Register.
NOT1CB Wm PVBKJATIOJI
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Burna, Oregon, June fi. liilH.
Notice Ih hereby Riven Unit I'mrl
M, Dill, rormerly Pearl M.Jriiller. of
UliUen, Oregon, who on July 18,
!'J!4. nindo Homestead Entry, No.
07619, for EV4, Section f.. Township
SB 8., Range 31 B., Willamette Merl
iIIum, Iiuh filed notice of Intention to
Sjneko final three-yenr Proof, to i-m-
:.,lilUli .lit i tit to the land above i -scribed,
before C. K. Tulloch, 0. 8.
Commissioner, at It Ik office, at Berk
ley, Oregon, on the 11th day of July.
'l:i nut nl nanus as witnesses:
Alonzo C, Siruiit. Isaac N. Stuart.
Frank MrBurney, and llo Miller all
of Blltzen, Oregon.
V. O. COZAD. Register
NOTICE 09 FILING OF A DM1 N 18
TRATOHN FINAL AOOOtTKV
The Car Noted for Its
Beauty, Economy. Endurance
Do Your Repairing: Right
Work Oxy-Acetylene Welding
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
I'NITED STATKH LAND OFFICK
Burns, Oregon, May 10, in is
Notice Ih hereby given that Joseph
II. Morion, of Kiley, Oregon, who,
mi October ti, 1914, mude Home
ilea. I Kntry, No. 07700. for NEVi ,
Section 10, Township 23 8., Range
If K.. Willamette Meridian. Iiu.i filed
notice of Intention to make final
three-year Proof, to establish claim
to the luud above described, before
Register and Receiver, at Burns,
Oregon, ou the 27th day of June,
Clalmunt names as witnesses:
Rlneherd Illrsrh of Riley, Oregon,
Walter Kesslnger, Fred Sturges, and
William 8. Gibson all of Suntex, or.
V. Q. COZAD, Register.
Tliu Oregon, I'al
Ive ill k I'rolec
lion AMui'latlna ol
,r ;t HUB AtUl,IIIIUUI
("?."!', si, 'ti nlrh the under
ff P) -4A i -r- ,i4Bed U member
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' ' r""d for evl-
' I A, , dence leadlns to
iftF4 Xa', tr.earresi and con
J' vlcllonufauy par
! tjorpartlM deal-
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or matea le)ouslns
to any ( lis mein
(Jha3. II. Ijeonard.
arefui attention given to Collec
tions and Real Estate inattern.
OEORQe FOON Pi op.J
.Meals At All Hours. Short
Orders and Prompt Service
With Reasonable Rates
Give Me A Call
Oppoalte Tines-Herald Baillalaa
la addition to tbe above, lha underalgnod
uflera tbeaaae cendlllou IdSO.W for all boracs
brandwJ bonw-aaad bar ou bolb or altbt r Jaw.
brand rerouted 10 eight counties. Kaui
llaruey, lake and Crook counties, Uorae
tented whan sold
Nena but grown horse, told aad only la
large bn aches,
W W.naoWN rila Oregon.
Sumpter Valley Railway Cd.
Arrival ud Departure Of Traits
No. 2, Prairie
2:35 P. M.
4:15 P. M.
No. 1, Baker 8:3 A. M.
Sixty, er 1:05 A. M.
Arrives Prairie 2:1 P.M.
No. 1 Makes good connection
with O.-W. R. & N. Co. No. 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
Mail) arriving at Baker 7:55 P.
M. which picks up Pullman at
Ba er, arriving at Portland 7:00
A. M. Also with No. 18 at
0:45P. M. for points East.
Notice is hereby given that Kinm.i
Moomaw, Administrator with the
will annexed of the estate of M. A.
Hembree, Deceased, has filed her
final u count in the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Harney
County, and said Court bus appoint
ed the ltd day of June A. D. 1918 at
the hour of ten o'clock In the fore
uoou thereof to hear the same. All
persons havliiK objections to said fin
al account are hereby required to file
the same with the County Clerk of
Maid county and state ou or before
said time set for hearing the said
final account or they will be forever
barred from being thereafter beard
Dated this 27th day of April A. D.
Administrator with the will an
nexed, of the Estate of M. A.
Make This Room Yours
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 walla and csliings are more
Itandaome, more substantial and more sanitary
than any other kind. They are the euleit
walli to build. No lath or plaater therefore,
no litter. Beaver Board always gives satiifac
tion. But you can't expect Beaver Board
results unlets this trade harsh oa the back of
the board you buy.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed ad
ministrator of the Estate of Joshua
T. Fry, deceased, by order of the
County, Court of Harney County
Oregon, duly made and eutesed on
the 23rd day of April 1918, and has
liiallflcd Hi such administrator. All
psraoaa huving claims against the
said dt'eeased or his estule are here
by notified lo iin-Hent the sunie, duly
verified as by law required, either to
the undersiKiied at bin ranch In BOB-
et Valley, Harnjjy County, Oregon,
or to his attorney Charles W. Kills,
at his office In the Masonic Bldg.,
Hnrii'i Oregon, within six mouths
from the date of this notice.
Dateii April 14, 1918.
CIIAKKK.S V. REED,
Administrator of the estate of
Joshua T. Fry, deed.
ONTARIO DOK.8 IT RIGHT.
The draft contingent that entrain
ed here Wednesday evening for Fort
McDowell, Culfornla, was sent av:iy
from Ontario with it settle, u heart!
hand shake, good cheer, verbal In
spiration, and a good feed. In the
city park at 4 o'clock u short speak
ing program honored the occasion
unil the 42 Malheur county and 20
Harney County bins who Bade up
the contingent. Mayor W, F. Hotnati
presided; J. W. McCullcch gave the
address, congratulating the new sold
iers on their honor as representatives
of the nation iu this great humanitar
ian cause; Rev. Herbert Livingston
reminded them of the solemnity of
their mission and offered an Invoca
tion; Dr. W. H Whit ne v presented
them, on behalf of the W. C. T. U..
with "housewives;" and the Wienie
trio sang a song or two. At five
o'clock the 62 were guests of citixens
of Ontario at a dinner served at the
Sliver Grill. Later, when their two
sleeping cars were picked up by No.
5 and pulled out for Portland, a big
crowd cheered a farewell at the sta
tion. Ontario Democrat.
We'll do your Job Printing.
State of Oregon
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Bring That job to The Times-Herald Office
IN TDK COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR HAR
Iu the matter of the Estate of
Harry R. 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
OF OREGON, you are hereby cited
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 the
Honorable II. C. Levens, Judge of the
County Court should not Issue an
order to sell the following described
real property, to-wlt:
SWliNWy., BWyNK. , NE
HW!4, NW4 of SK'i of Section 22,
Township 24 South, itungtj 34 K. W.
M., containing 160 acres, more or
WitncHH the Honorable H. C. Lev
ens, Judge of the County Court of
l he Btgte of Oregon, for the County
of Harney, with the seal of suld
Court affixed, this 18th day of.Aprll
A. D. 1918.
Attest CHESTER DAI.TON, Clerk.
United States Senaters:
Geo. K. Chamberlain, Harry Lane
W. C. Hawley. N. J. Slnnott, C. N
Attorney General, George M. Browi
Governor James Wlthycombi
Secretary of State Ben W. Olcoti
Treasurer T. B. Kaj
Supt. Public lustructlon J. A. Chur
State Printer John Lawrennt
F. A. Moore, Geo. H. Buraett, Robt
Eakln. R. 8. Bean, Titos. A. McBrlde
Henry L. Benson, Lawrence T. Har
Ninth Judicial District
District Judge Dalton Blggi
County Attorney M. A. Blggi
Circuit meets the first Monday It
April, and first Monday In October.
Joint-Senator J. A. Hurloj
Joint-Representative, C. M. Crandal
County of Harney
County Judge H. C. Leveni
Clerk Chester Daltoc
Treasurer Pearl O. Ftsk
Surveyor Frank Gowar.
Sheriff W. A. Goodmac
Assessor John Caldwell
School Supt., , a Frances Clark
Coroner Q. W. Clevengei
W. H. Robins, R. L. Hass.
County Court meets the first Wed
nesday In January, March, May, July
September and November.
Harney U. S. Land Office
Register V. O. Coxae
Receiver Sam Mothers 'iear
City of Burns
. Meetings of the Council every Sec
ond and Com ih Wednesday.
Mayor H. C. Leveni
Recorder W. Y. Kin.
Treasurer, Henry Dalton
Marshal it, L. Ilatnei
J. E. Loggan, Sam Mothorhead,
C. M. Salisbury, J. R. Thomptipii.
Potatoes may be baki il, boiled,
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point i that they should be eatea,
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We have all seen people who can do
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i.ioyd Qeorge says "the next fnw
weeks will be a race between Hinden-
burg and President Wilson." We win
bet on the president, He has the
build of a good runner, lie is not
weighted down with the trappings of
autocracy, arid best of all, he has an
enthusiastic crowd to root for him.
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The meat business of the
country is conducted by various
By small slaughter-houses
By local Abattoirs or small
Packing Houses in towns
Using only a part of the
local live stock supply
Furnishing only a part of
the local demand for meat.
These slaughtering and distributing
agencies fill a well defined but neces
sarily restricted place in the distribu
tion of the products of live stock.
But only packerg like Swift &
Company, organized on a national
scale, are able to undertake the ser
vice that is more vitally important,
An Obligation to the Producer
To purchase for spot cash all the
live stock the producer may send
to market for slaughter.
An Obligation to the Consumer
To make available to every con
sumer, everywhere, in season and
out, the full supply and variety of
meat products, of the highest
standard that the market affords.
Year Book of interesting and
instructive facts sent on request
Address Swift ft Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois
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