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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1919)
ONK Ol Ol It RKASONH.
While I lit iroiprtH for it i oinmer-
Nlal Hoi of "II I" t liln Valley Iish Ion
l,-ii considered hrltHit mill n fuw
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Illt'll IIUVI' leOH'll Mll'ir III1IO 1111(1 III),
small amount of muuiiH toward In
VWtlftttag thlH puHHiliillty mill to
irHOi'iitiiiK a Henri h for It, tin- rl
ltiiporlunce of such h ponslbillH ha
biMMi overlooked by mum .
Tim furl that oil hax really beau
found ut a Hhallow depth and that
tin' flndliiK ol ga tin been rather1
, .Hinnoii in many wens in ivnam
Mniriions i huh a uny kimmiih id nuve
nut impressed the arorsge cltisen as
la llK commercial pn u.-il mil aalile
iriun the direct business of producing
4)11. That the by-product of aura at.
I enterprise woniii mean luiicn lo uie
(OttUtry IIIBI to have been lout sight
of. With cheap fuel available the
development of many enterprises is
I within rMOfa and sliould not be overlooked.
One man who has taken an iuter
ll In the oil prospecting polnl . out
ii hi' iiinaniages oi inis neiu oi en-
ttmror most concisely, lie owns
IM'W'rul hundred acres of dry laud;
h" lias found a supplv of water near
the surface sufficient to irrigate this
land; u six inch pump has not made
ID impression upon this supply and
li-- i . fin inreil that this method of
..uniing such laud is feusible and
practical, With cheap fuel this is
rlthln the reach of every dry liome-
.ail in the Hani.') Valley and it Is
run n that this land will produce
By developing the farms we induce
settlement and a more pros-
leroui country. It makes possible in
iddition to i iiismiTi ml il the i stab-
Ishment of sugar beet factories with
associate industries dairying and
',, .aliening of beef by feeding ll, ,' r(U. ,, ((,ok ,,,., ,, iey ,,,,,
eel palp, ate. BMaa the produc- ..8Mtl, t0(, , KOO(, tnat ,.,, just
Ion Of profitable crops of alfalfa an t .iml ,,, mtt u our ruleri.. alu
irage erops on the land not devoted
The Back Comb Is Back Again
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An accessory season Is not anything necessarily to ha desired
still what la more natural than Its arrival with the peace year
Woman knows that It ia the accetsorlea which go to make her
the well-dressed and attractive woman. The back comb Is making
its periodical reappearance. This one shown here In amber has each
tip finished in green brilliants. The rich luna satin combing Jacket
is cut In klmona lines, carrying design In floss ending In tassels. For
the banded necklace Jet Is enormously favored this season. The
black bag of aatln with unusual needlework decoration is the most
practical thing shown.
I I. M.l I OK NATIONS.
Thoee In charge of (he work al the
Mountain well confidently ex-'
Me) ' t'itul oil ip that hole Just as I
loon as the experiencel driller re- i
now sine.' the water h.n at
i "ii shut off. Regardless of
or failure of this under
the i roapt i ting for oil should
ntlnaed. The many mistake!
prospect may have bean fatal
Its success as the water was allt
to remain In that wall iir months
Hth the result that it misht have : WILSON
nw a the Oil fo far away that It will
jver reappear at thut particular
jint again. rTawefthalaag the Ir.i-
lortance of such a strike tc the geri-
al derslopment of the country is
kiffiilent incentive for further ef-
srt.s along that line.
It is u dim. nil mater to turn tin-
tin' name of Ole Hansen wus might ilmk hmk five years, especially if
throughout the length and breadth within those five yeurs the world Iiiim
of the llind. And Ills people loved
Dim and also his Chief for the salva
tion they vouchsafed, not only toe
people of Seattle, but the whole na
i ' the deeds of Ole became nn
hud a oentnry's axpertenee of terror
and "roii! and SttffeiiBg unci iiiln.
. I II we strive to retail Hie con
ditions rive years ago we see the
nations of Europe suspicious ol each
olber, with leun of acsreeslon and
example for the rulers oi other cities dres I i loi and the i aited stales
be bind. lying Isolated across tii" sen. buying
Relgnaps ol the Seattle National and selling, reuping and sowing, to
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viding and disposing of lands and to
determine the farm unit on , rah pro
ject, and may also by regulation,
stlpulute the amount of residence and
cultivation to be required of entry
men. The entire administration of law
la left to the secretary of Interior and
authority Is given the secretary lo
d when he saw the evil which was i cooperate with any state Irrigation
ing wrought to all the people and ' r drainage district or municipal cor
e defiance of the radicals of au- ' roratlon. whore such cooperation is
ii , own Interacts alone
Tin- League or Nations Iihs I ii
formed. It it. the expn ..slim of a
truth that will become more clegr to
US all M time goes on thai after all
the separuto Interests of the world
merge Into one great Interest.
M IT CA.MK TO I'ASS.
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rity. he was very wroth with right-
U indignation for he knew that
sat harm was being done to the
port r as well as the employer.
And he arose and girded up his
Ins and Miiote hi:, breast and called dure
Ir his ( hlel ol I'ol.ce. one Joel K.
larren, I mighty man Of valor whose
ii. re was rery great and who tear
no man. And the ruler, even Ole.
Id unto the Chief, "Canal tbou with
it band prori le proi
thei mj ! iple a :. '.,er. for I Hani.
li 1 ue I'.n e llcl dlrei tiua bu dm i
" resumed as usual at a. m. on
I AM.' Ah AN1 I'LltSONAI..
Autp electrical repairs. Jack Me
The Oregon & Western Coloniza
tion Company will consider uirplilu
llons for range riders lo ride their
lauds in Twelve Mile, and Bttok
Mountain; Silver Creek; Hums, and
Sage Hen; North of Harney Valley;
and Crane Creek districts.
Applicants must have some knowl
edge of surveying and furnish saddle
and pack animals. I' lease designate
what district you wish to ride, and
Address all applications to Mr. II
K. Johnson, Vale, Oregon. 3-8
Charles n. Mulkey and Qeorgla Mul
I, - . his wife, det latllM.
To i-: per Oreathogae, one ,.r the
above unnied defi'iidiintu:
In the name of the Slalo of ore
gon, you are hereby reiiulred lo ap
pear and answer the complaint fllod
against you In the above entitled
court and cause within six weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this summons, and If you fail so
to appear and answer for want tfeafg
of the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded In Its
complaint on (lie in this suit, as fol
Judgment against you for the sum
or $1671.22 with Interest from Jan
uary 17, 1918, at the rate of six per
(tent per annum until paid, and the
sum or $200.00 attorney fee and the
costs and disbursement i or this Mill;
that a certain mortgage described In
said complaint and given by you to
plalutirr covering and upon the S Mi
of NW4, the 8WVi or NK 4 and
NK',4 of 8W4 sec lion 23. T. 21. 8.
It, 30. B. W. M. Harney County
Oregon be declared to be a Hrsl Men
upon said premises to secure the pay
ment ot all sums above mentioned,
and that said mortgage be foreclosed
aed said lands sold In the manner
provided by law ror the sale of real
property on execution; that the pro-
c Is of said sale be applied to the
payment of said sums mid all thereof; J
I Iml If uny deficiency remains after!
Hie application of such proceeds!
plaintiff have Judgment and execu
tion against you for the amount
, thereof; mid thai you as well as each
;aud all of the above defendants, and
' all persons claiming by, (hroiuh or
under you, or any or you, from and
after August ."0th. 1910, the date,
of said mortgage, be forever Inured
and foreclosed of any and all right ,
title. Interest, claim, lien or demand
In, lo or upon said lands and mill
u ii(l every part I hereof, except the !
statutory right of redemption; that I
plaintiff may have such other and
further re!hf In the premises a.i tdiall
seen! equitable and Just.
This summons Is served upon you I
by publication thereof for six con-'
secuttva weeks In The Times-Herald, '
printed and published In Hums, liar .
ii" County. Oregon, hv order of Hon.
II (' T.itveliM l"(,ii)it Itiilce ,,f llnrnev-
iiiiinly. Oregon, which said order
made and dated lit the city of
iiurns. county and .taie aforesaid on
'the 1Kb day of February, 1910. and
Hie date of the first publication of
this summons Is February 15, 1 9 19.
tin- date of Hie last publication tin re
of being March 2th, 1919, this be
ing also I he date on or before you are
required lo appear In said still ami
answer said complaint or be In de
fault ror want thereof.
A. W. COWAN and J. 8 COOK,
of Hums, Oregon.
Attorneys for I'lalntlff
Kd. Morgan was up rrom his farm
home III the neighborhood ol Weaver
Springs during this week.
NOTM'K TO STOCKMKN.
Oregon Western Colonisation
Company bai i large aoraga of gr.iz-
Provide green feed for your chici,-- K ilind:; i both Cx k .md Harney
ens. Alfalfa leaves fo sale at Perry's
I. 'on M. Hrowu ;r the Harney
County National w.uik. is confined to
Then the chief, railing himself to lliH '"""' ,hu w,'"k wttering from mi
full height, whhb Is head and "'ta k of rheumatism.
Ulders above oth"r men, answered '
Count for r lea : ,i partial
desiring to i ur ba or I tse should
'in i at oi.. e. for herders will soon
be placed on the unloosed lands, and
in order to avoid ire passing write or
i all on ii. i. ' . 'i at Vale Oregon
O'Connor & Carter
For fresh fruits and
Famous Delicious Apples
Special prices on ton lots.
We can n'so suifpty jou with
Coal and W cod
Grain and Baled Hay
I 'li our GIF
Curn.H Uotcl Building
MrrlnuiicH in nil lincH curpfiitcrK, hiukohh,
batnters, fjrlatier, olectriciaDt-are always
in ii(c(i of supplies for their trades.
To carry these supplies in stock is impossible,
as it would call lor a heavy investment.
The Hardware Man
tares you that outlay.
Our store is filled from cellar to roof with rup
plie for all mechanics and builders. Whatever
your line, if you are engaged in mechanical work
we are bidding to furnish your supplies.
I. S. GEER & CO.
Best for the West
N PI 11a
IVH Delicious Sweet
Corn "Golden Bantam"
Exceptionally early and
in flavor and tenderness
not equalled by any
other variety. The ears
are short and compact
and the kernels plump
and creamy. This and
a thousand other veg
etables best for the West,
may be selected from
(jlgg catalog and found
at your dealers.
Write Jjujs Seattle or Portland for Catalog, Free.
Clothes Oft Proclaim
You ean always tell by the fit and the
cut of liis clothes if lie cures for his
The only way to guarantee these re
quirements is lo weiir tailored clothes.
Men who wear OUB clothes have SATISFACTION,
because we make the satisfactory kind.
Let us measure you for that suit mow!
Ueo. 8. Slzctii'irc hus moved IiIk ol-
ruler sajrlnf, v.-riiy i witi, my fl(.e from , ,,uUlUllK ul , r).Mr ()f
.ill iiiny pn.'pare.i u, c:i.T 111" Mr,..ilr.i, Ji- III.Wm (,. fl. ,.vr u. ...
- ' "' .'.. .,v..w..j in wreKou iu. iiurney i.ouiuy.
in i he Circuit court of the stuto
t protection to uii the people
tins) our eoniriion enemy, unci
)ii!d any there be who openly defy
authority or week to ile-itroy ru-
t or iif", i will drive them before
until their hats flout over then
Hie watern of the Sound."
rear of Salisbury 'h.
TUN I'lltST NATIONAL HANK OK
HI ItNH. CAPITAL AMD KI'lll'US
SlOevSOO. "TIIK HANK THAI
m iMs votit f s sai::,"
i ACCOUNTS INVITHI).
mil Ole the ruler was mueh pUased A ,,, ,,,,,.,, , ,.,, , r...
knew It arl even an the Chief Ues.Ul nre.en.ed (o ,, for m,r ,i..pI.
aid. , , , . ,
em 1 1 ui'. nii ii in euiier, ii'inper-
aoca or abstinence?" in the '"-
!; 1 M'lieme of Ihlnt' hou'ever il
urinK all the people even He- ,
1 ' ,(,,,., nl ,,luiier how are answoi it.
and he denounced the rad-
"rerolutlonlsts," "reds," Mr.--, a C Volmer baa, UUaa charge
h,'V: aenles of the go nfluensa Hospital. The build-
I ' And he tore from the ln Im.,, I, ,,. i..K -,., ,.v -,i...i
ialn their mask, whi.h hud hid tho beds and room, miti h,-,,,
1 ' '' eomforlul'le mid lnillenUrecelvr i,ar
ind all Hie l;eonle heard their tlenhir nit nil.,,, c ,,,..,. ,,.,., ,,......
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Slate Land Hoard, eontposed of
jiiiut'H withy, uni in-. Governor, Hen
w. Oleott, Secretary and Thoa. n.
Kay, Treaaarer ol the 8tut of Ore
Kkixt (irciithouHo, A. f). Skotterud,
Ola called In a scribe und
a parchment 10 be written
LUNABURG, DALTON & CO.
BURNS, :: OREGON
KHtabliwhtd thirty -two yeam-Need no introdurtjon
Through square dealing have won the confi
dence of the people and are no longer, in the
experimental class, but stand among the
solid merchants of Eastern Oregon, who de
serve the support of all home people
K VKh Y THING FOR h VER YBOD Y
WHAT I I ne'e hi commun
ity I le that the pa) foil
d li i CUX I .' dot It Luy baby
clothes . sisi I the children
while ii,,, , ,, . , . ohool SUf.
in turn when they reat h
Thrilt is a war tlrns lesson,
There can bi no thrift w Ithonl
: y no Irtdusl ry wll lioul
ni'lii'i'ie.. Whether theindus
i ii' i of I iregon ,' o i n pally or
slowly i i,"iei.; I'll tin puonleof
Oreuon. WILL YOU HELP?
Will yu "use In. inn products"?
Homn li.d t: ' -::i:m cl (Jri-urr
Can You Figure ?
If you c.reto slop in and investigate, we
will show you how we can save you from
5 to 10 per cent n every article in our
complete and extensive line of
hut still maintaining onr well known reliable qualities guar
anteed to be the best we can possibly procure for von.
WE TAKE LIBERTY BONDS AT PAR IN EXCHANGE FOR MERCHANDISE
A. OTTINGI-:Rv Proprietor
NATE FRANKLIN, Manager
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