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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1919)
IOCAL ANN PKItNONAL.
Auto electrical repairs. Jack Mc
Oulro. Try our bar.ana cream plos. They
are delicious. Pas'" Sweet Shop, tf
Mr. and Mrs. Will Oould are prsl
Hag their home In readlnesa to begin
W. H Johnaon, It. J. Williams and
Carroll ('ceil were In from their Sil
ver Crock homes during the week.
Virtue Is said to be its own reward.
Cheerfulness is not only Its own re
ward, hut the delight of every one
heal for sale at Brown's Quality
Wore. Sold only by the aark. No
phono order. No charge account
day morn war tro
phies, kMrd Mini. i l i speeches,
listened to :, -oui. r d er boya
who took an t'o i ut on Uio battle J tarter Glass, Secretary of the
fields and rhrnd in plr.it with the Trrnsurv. has announced the dates
proper spirit i.waru Uin duty of all I upon which payments will oe re-
ic Tol'.V LOAS PA1 MSNTH has been duly appolntod by tha Couti
ANNtHNt'KO 1JY (JliAHHitv Court of Harney County. Oregon,
Executrix of the Estate of Anton Kll,
Deceased; and has duly filed as such
All persons having claims against
toward subscrlb.-g for Victor, Honda, j quired on the notes of the Victory , said estate are hereby notified to pre
sent the same, duly verified, together
The view ot t, exYi'.lt wa well Liberty Loan us follows
worth the trip hi I to hi a the ,uivi
lege of hearing Hm bo ivfce look
part lit the conflict ai the. dSMlitaM
the use ami mechan kmi of las it fi'cr
ent pieces irom a baby tnk, big gnn.
Ten por cent with! application on . with proper vouchers therefor, at the
or before May 10.
Ten per cent on or before July ir.
Twenty por cent on or be fore A tn-
u .1 12.
New seven-room house. 8 acres on
river In city limits. Take part cat
tle, balance easy terms. Box 272.
p. B. Weittenhtller has moved on
his ini: farm a few miles east of this
city where he will again look after
sctlve farm work for this season.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK
Hl'KV. CAPITAL AND SDItl'Lt'S
SlOO.ttOO. "THE BANK 111.11
HAKES YOUR S SAi;C."
Geo. S. Miller, one of the old .line
stock men of this county, was in the
city during the week greeting his
friends. He has been looking after
stock for McUade & Biggs In the
Trout Creek section for the past
"Old songs, old books, old friends"
and old methods of agitating oys
ters. Specialists of the Bureau of
Chemistry, United States Department
t Agriculture, have determined that
oysters soak up a great deal more
water and lose much more in nutri
ents when washed by the new air
blast and mechanical device method
than when washed by the old method,
on a skimmer with a hose and ;ad-
OUNCE IN ORIGINAL
HARRISON NARCOTIC I. AW
Twenty per cent on or before Oc
Twenty per cent on or before Nov
ember 11, with accrued Interest on
Payment In full can be made on
May IS, the 10 per cent required
with application having been duly
paid on or before May 10. i
ment can also be completed
Installment date with accrued In
We do not hear anything from Von
(iott. Can It be possible that he was
lost in the shuffle?
How In New York to keep her rep
utation as the speediest of cities, if
the harbor strike ties up all her
"i''.; of transportation?
t'nder the provisions of the origin
al Harrison Narcotic Law, remedies
or preparations which contain not
more than two grains of opium, or
one fourth grain of morphine, or one
fourth Kraln of heroin, or one grain
of codeine to the ounce, are exempt.
This applies to all liniment, olnt
mei'N er other preparations for ex
ternal use only. However, as amend
ed the Revenue Act of litis, all
store keepers who handle such pre
iarat!.)iir. even if their narcotic con
tent exempts them from the provis
ions ot the Harrison Act. are requir
ed to register with the Collector of
internal Revenue at Portland, and
paj a tax of Jl.OO a year or fraction
al part thereof, and further, to keep
morda of all sales of such preparations.
Many merchants in Oregon
machine guns, Hstenli,.ss postn, trench) Twenty por cent on or before Sep
mortars, cu .. to a gas h ilmet and the
smaller exhibits made It the more Im
pressive and one that will remain In
the memory for many days.
The tra n consisted of an observa
tion coach, dining car, Pullman and
baggage Mr and four1 Hat cars. The
represent;! of the railroad was Mr.
Priest wli'i happened to be an ac
quaintance of several years standing
to the wr.iir. Robt. E. Smith state
manager of the Victory Loan Com
mittee, Mr Taylor. B. E. Irvine and
several wo.uiur boys made up the par
t In add i.un to the train crew. It
was fouu.1 that people were there
from all over the county. Including
many cltUens from this city. The
soldier bovs were always courteous
to the people and gave them detailed
Information of whatever nature re
quested, going over the several car of
exhibits again and again, allowing the
people a second visit to the baggage
car for a longer inspection of the
smaller exhibits and gave the children
special attention and privileges.
This train was sent to Harney coun
ty with its quota of good speakers as
a mark of respect for the past efforts
in contributing to war work. The
people showed the right spirit In go
ing to Crane in uumbers to moot the
train and show their continued pa
triotism even though the war is won.
The newspaper man took the time
to call on several acquaintances aril
friends while in Crane and note the
improvements one of which is the
handsome new brick store building to
be occupied by Drinkwater ft Harlan.
He had the pleasure of calling upon
Mr. Wallace, the new cashier of the
Crane State Bank, say "he'llo"to Mr.
Carter of the American, have a lU.le
visit with Paul Kruger In the Vale
Trading Co., enjoy a square meal at
the expense of Mr. Franklin and
ft urn home safely without mishap 'n
congenial company In time to hel-
"Eess" finish up the necessary v r,
to put this great family journal an
office of J. W. BlUOS, Voogtly Build
ing, Bums, Oregon, attorney for said
Executrix, within six months irom
SOPHIA B. EOLI
Dated thl 22nd day of March,
It Bat ll in i) all thn Hilk mills In
France to manufacture the quantity
of whlte-sllk-embroldered souvenir
pillows and handkerchiefs that the
boys are bringing home.
It I lie pea... '(inference quarrel
where can we look for peace?
The saddest reading In these .lay
is the household expense account.
Notice Is hereby given that the
postponed annual meeting of the
Stockholders of the Masonic Build
ing Association, of Burns, will be
held at the Masonic Hall In Burns,
Oregon, on Tuesday. April 8, 1919,
at 2 o'clock p. m
Leon M. Brown, Secretary.
The prospect Is that you will be
able to buy a fine U. S. airplane
which cost the government from
$2,500 to $3,000 for $100. Just
think how handy It would be to use
In running errands!
NEWLY ELECTED TBACHBIt
TAKE TERM AT NORMAL
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Burns, Oregon. April 10, 1919.
Notice Is hereby given that James
W. Nesbet, of Riley, Oregon, who. on
May 26, 1914, made Homestead
Entry No. 07601, for Lots J. 4. SVt
N'W't. Section 2, Tovnthlp 23 B
Range 26 E., Willamottj Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to make
final three-year Proof, to establlsn
claim to the land above described,
before Register and Receiver, at
Burns, Oregon, on the 17th day of
( 'I lit tint n l names as witnesses:
Alfred Johnson, Kobert J. Williams,
Floyd Klssenger, and Fred Killicut.
all of Riley, Oregon.
V.'O. COZAD. Regleter
The following animals have stray
ed from my place: One two-year old
and one three year old heifers brand
ed with XS bar; one Roan Durham
bull with the Brad Moss brand:
Other cattle branded with 11 ,
marked overblt In oacu ear, may also
be found away from my range In
Sunset and In such case I ahall pay
a reward for Information leading to
their recovery. C. V. Reed, Narrows,
Please fix this John
"Yes, I would, but'l haven't the tools necessary."
"Well, I know where you can get just the thing."
AND JOHN FIXES IT
He ran down to the most reliable hardware
store, where his wife had evidently been
before and he was surprised to see many
things that he needed to repair this and
that about the house.
might profit by John's experience and re
pay yourself and mend your home by in
quiring for what you need at
I. S. GEER & CO.
The Misses Ilda and Lain Hayes,
ilaiiKhtcrs of Ted mid Bailey llayen,
iiml Kuth Miller, took their depart
ure la i Tuesday for Monmouth,
where they will enter th? state nor
mal school. The two former are
gradomtea of that Institution but go
bin k for a term of sixteen week-,
v. lilch will Include the summer nor
mal court. Mins Miller is a high
other i school graduato and has been tench-
J.i ii i ii 1. 1 Oregon.
I have In my possession one white
horse bruuded HV connected on left
shoulder. Weight about lOiio.
Also one bay horse branded , on
thl-.''.; spot In forehead. Weight
about 1275. Owner can get pro
perty in any t line at my ranch tour
BOUn below Beulah, Oregon.
FORTY HEAD OK PURE BRED
Six registered, balance bred and
raised out of Bell A herd. Age two
and one year old. This herd la too
well known for Its superior quality
and careful breeding to need further
comment. They are ready for In
spection and prices, and can be seen
at Bell A ranch. Those willing to
purchase are solicited to make selec
tion early as first come will be first
surved. William Hanley Co. bl5m
Cut tills out it Is wort. i money.
Hitl Her of AM Her Puiu.
than retail druggist, carry such pre
gumtioiiM and they should Immedi
ately apply to Milton A. Miller. Col
lector of Internal Revenue at Port
land for the necessary blanks to reg
ister The tax is payable not later than
lug Mime that lime. All three of
lie- young ladles have been employ
ed to teach In the public school of
this city next ypar and are going to
nr4are themselves for better service
in their line of profession. Miss
Xella lianlweil, another one of the
April llth, for the fiscal year ending young ladles to secure a contract to
June 30, 1919.
teach In the Burns school, contem
plates Joining these young ladles fol
lowing the June examination of teach-
VI KVV OF EXHIBIT WAS
WORTH TRIK TO CRANE ers for certificates.
In company with Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. Nate
Poor old civilian Fritz, looking
In every direction for food, must
Franklin the manager of this great have something the aspect of a cross
religious weekly visited Crane yester- eyed skeleton.
Mrs. L. Wavue, 2726 3rd St.,
Ocean Park, Calif., writes: "I am
thankful to Hay Foley Klilney Pills
rlil tin- of all my pain. I advise any
one to try them after, the good they
did me. ' Backache, soro muscles,
stiff or swollen Joints, rheumatic
pains, are Indications of kidney
trouble. Foley Kidney Pills are safe
and reliable. Sold by Reed Brothers.
NOTICE TO CREDITORN.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 6c to Foley ft Co.,
2825 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago. 111.,
writing your name and address
dearly. You will receive In return a
trial package containing Foley's
Honey anil Tar Compound, for colds.
roughs, and croup, Foley Kidney i
Pills and Foley Cathartic Tablets.
Hold by Reed Brothers.
BUY IT FROM US
This is a general store and we are supposed to sell every
thing, and we live up to the general supposition.
You can buy anything you want here, from hardware to
groceries, from needles to a good smoke.
It pays to buy from us, because we sell for cash, and an
enormous amount of goods, and we can therefore sell at a
closer margin of profit than some others.
You AN'T lose, and you WILL gain. Now doesn't this
line of argument appeal straight to your good common sense?
LUNABURG, DALTON & CO.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
8TATE OF OKEOON, COUNTY OF
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF ANTON EOLI, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN That
the Undersigned, SOPHIA B. EOLI.
We have goods that interest and delight any lady or miss.
Bungalow Aprons in different styles
Play Suits for Children
Warner and Red fern Corsets
Novelties, Notions, Hair Brushes, Clothes Brushes
Tooth Brushes, Combs
Score Cards and Program Pencils
Our line of Ladies' and Misses' goods is peculiarly
attractive this Spring by reason of the many new
patterns and the harmonious colors.
We cordially invite every lady and miss in Harney
County to see this really superior line.
YOU'LL BE PLEASED !
MRS. E. F. SCHWARTZ, Proprietor
Masonic Building Burns, Oregon
O'Connor & Carter
For fresh fruits and
Famous Delicious Apples
Special prices on ton lots.
We can also supply yon with
Coal and Wood
Grain and Baled Hay
Burn Hotel building;
DON'T throw away that old suit !
Bring it to our shop first. If we can't make
a good looking, new appearing suit out of it
it, then indeed you may throw it away with
a clear conscience. You have no idea how
much good there still remains in that dis
carded suit. We have reclaimed so many
that we hate to see yours thrown away till
it really is useless.
NEEDS OR WANTS
IN GROCERIES, FOODS, FRUITS AND
If it's the real NEEDS you are after, why, we have them all
and of the highest quality and at the very lowest price possible
Flour, Meats, Corn- Meal, Vegetables, and Fruits
If it's just the WANTS, why, we have them also. These consti
tute the trimmings of life, and we try to supply your every desire.
If it's to be found in a first-class Grocery Store, you'll find
We take LIBERTY BONDS AT PAR IN EXCHANGE FOR MERCHANDISE
NATE FRANKLIN, Manager
A. OTTINGER, Proprietor