The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, June 07, 1919, Image 7

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Physician and Surgeon
08i,' at I. H. Holland Residence
Barns. Oregon
DK. B. F. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Burns. Oregon
Office nt residence. Dr. (Griffith's for-
mil home. I honr No, 14
J. CO. CHARY
Physician and Surgeon.
Burns, - - - Oregon.
i(fief on second li(r Tonawama Blilg.
'Phone Main 86.
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Physicians and Surgeons
Calif ans""orl promptly night or day
'I'hune 1 larrniiMii.
Harrlman, Oregon
L. E. HIBBARD
DEITTIST
(Mice first door east photo gullery
llurni. Oregon.
REPUTATION
Do you know what It mean to live up to a reputation for
DEPENDABILITY?
We know know that It means constant vigilance lest we permit
tbe QUALITY of our wares to be lowered.
It also means unvarying courtesy and attention to each and
every customer.
When you trade with this great Family Store, you are assured
of these two advantages protection and service.
EVERYTHING K)K THK FAMILY. AND ALL DHPKNDABLE
We solicit your cu.itore v.lth this guarantee.
Brown 's Satisfactory Store
Burns, : : : : Oregon
We carry Roods advertised on
REAL ESTATE
With the return of normal conditions there
will come a demand for Heal Estate in Har
ney County.
I do not particularly want an option on
your property nor a contract for Bale on
commission, bat I desire a list of every kind
of property, real or personal, for sale or
trade in Harney County in order to give
full and accurate information to numerous
inquiries from prospective investors, and to
bring buyers and sellers together.
Can offer desirable town lots, acreage and
choice city property stock and hay ranches
raw or partly improved sagebrush land
for sale also farm near Hums for lease.
LAND PRACTICE
I solicit your business such as applications
for entry, showings, affidavits, contests and
trials before the Local Land Office, and
appeals etc., before the Commissioner of the
General Land Office and the Secretary of
the Interior.
INSURANCE
Be absolutely safe and insure your property
in the "Colonial" or "North British & Mer
cantile". My Companies pay all losses
promptly.
Wm. Farre
Tonawama Building
Buens, - - Oregon
C.HMRLES W. ELLIS
LAWYER
Burns. . - Oregon
Practices in the State Courts an.l be
fore the C l-and Office.
HERMAN VON SCHMALZ
Attorney at Law
( '.intt-ulM Mii'i practice before I'. I, l.ainl
I 'llicr a specially
Office: Fry I'ldg. next door to pout olflo
Huron. Oregon
Gtu. it. TiooTianl.
Attounky-at-law,
Carwful in'. fii tinn given to Colleo
lions ami Ui-til Estate matters.
lit- Insurance.
Notary Pntilio
Buknb. Okkoon.
BRUCE R. KESTER
Attorney at Law
Land Office Practice
Land Scrip for Sale
Vale, Oregon
M. A. BIGGS
Attorney at Law
I. O. O. P. Hide;., Burns, Oregon
TO SUSTAIN
tbe "Home Product Page"
NOTICE Milt PUBLICATION.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Hums. Oregon, April 28. 1919
Notice Is hereby given that Dole
Smith, of Burns, Oregon, who, on
April 23. 1914, made Homestead En
try. No. 07386, for 8W48W4. Sec.
1; NNVi, HVfcNWU. HWV.NH14.
Section 28, Township 20 8., Kauge
.10 Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final
throe-year proof, to establish claim
to Hi-- land above described, before
Register and Receiver, at Hums, Ore
gon, on the 11th day of June, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Lute Mace, Oeorge E. Whiting, Ida
Whiting. Paul Flnko, all of Haras,
Oregon.
V. O. c.i.'.Ali. Register.
NOTICE KOK PUBLICATION
UNITED BTATBS LAND OFFICE
Burns. Oregon, May 19. 1919
Notice Is hereby given thut Willi. un
E. Oukes, of Hlltzen, Oregon, who, on
September 23, 1914, made Home
stead Entry No. 07727, for NE4.
Sec. 7 unil NW4. Sec. 8. Township
34 8., lUngo 31 E . Willamette Mer
idian, hus (lied notice of intention
to uiuke final threo-ycar Proof, to
establish claim to the land above
(.Inscribed, bel'oro Ueglster ond Re
ceiver, ut Hums, Oregon, on tag 24th
day of June, 1919.
i iuimai I names as witnesses:
Benjamin H. Allen, William J
Bade, CharlM Moore, ami Wiley it.
By rum. ul 1 of lilliin. Oregon.
V. O. COZAD, Ueglster.
.NOTICE l mi: PUBLICATION
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Burns, Oregon. April 24. 1919
Not ire Is hereby given that Jacob
M. Kochensparger. of Batesvillo, Ore
gon, who. on July 30, 1914, made
Homestead Entry, No. 07645, for
E4. Sectlou 18. Township 33 8.
Raaga II E., Willamette Meridian,
has flleii notice of Intention to make
finul three-year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before W. N. Monroe, U. 8. Commis
sioner, at bis office, at Catlow, Ore
gon, on tbe 16th day of June, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:.
Oliver Miller, Johnson Downs.
Anbury Hebner, D. F. Kalley, all of
Catlow, Oregon.
V. O. COZAD, Register.
StnUK FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITBD STATES LAND OFFICE
Burns, Oregon, May 14, 1919
Notice la hereby given that Martin
O'Malley, of Lakevlew, Oregon, who,
on September 28, 1914, made Home
stead Entry No. 07741. for Lot 2,
NW48E4, NftSWK. SViNW.
Sec. 33, T. 80 8.. K. 29 E.. and Lot
4. HW',HW4, Section 2. Town .dip
31 8., Range 29 K, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to make final three-year proof
to establish claim to the land above
described before Register and Receiv
er at Burns, Oregon, on the 18th day
of June. 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Thomas FlUgerald, of Burns, Ore
gon. Dennis O'Connor, Jack Flynn.
and Con Taylor, all of Lakevlew, Ore
gon. V. O. COZAD, Reglater.
JOHNtiEIRERLING.
Jeweler. Optl'itn and
Kntrraver.
Pine Watefe Repsdrtaa; a Sfweaaltjr.
Inland Empire Realty Co.
REAL ESTATE
Bought sold and exchanged
Farm Ranch and Building Loans
BLUEPRINTS
LOANS MADE ON APPLICA TION DIRECT
INVESTMENT BROKER
Phone SO or G135
NUTICK ('I- sHKIlli i "H BALfcJ
Notice Is hereby given that by
virtue of an elocution duly Issued
out of the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for Harney County, and
to ma directed on the 28th day of
May, 1919 upon a Judgment and de
cree In foreclosure, duly rondernd,
entered of record and docketed In
and by said court on the 28rd day of
May, 1919, In a certain suit then in
said court pending wherein the First
National Bank of Wlunemucca. a
corporation, was plaintiff and Chns.
Fred llollowny and Clara C, Hollo
way, his wife, Corneiio Haraha, E.
Helnhurt Company, u corporation, D.
D. Derfonbaugh, Win. Slsson and the
State Land Hoard of Oregon, were
defendants. In favor of tiald defend
ant the Stute I .and Hoard of Oregon,
mid in favor of the said plaintiff, and
aralimt -a id defendants, by which ex
ecution I am commanded to uell the
real property In said exeeutlon and
hereinafter described to pay the nums
due suld defendant the State Land
Hoard of Oregon, or $1000.00 with
latere! thereon iron the 10th day of
Deoembar, 1 9 1 5. at the fata of six
per cent pet annum until puld and
the further ,sum of $100.00 attor
ney's fee together with costs and
disbursements taxed at $32.00,
ami to pay the mims due snld plain
tiff of $7777.00 wllli Interest there
on from tie llrd day of October,
1918. ul the rute of nine per rent
per annum until paid and the further
sum of $450.00 attorney's fee and
soata anil disbursements taxed ut
$91.35, and the rests and expense on
said exerutlon, I will on Hutuiday
the Slth day of June, 1919. ut the
houi of ten o'clock A. M. ut tli front
door Of the county court house, In
Hums, Harney County, Oregon, sell
at public auction to the highest bid
der for eash In hand on the day of
sale, all the right, title, Interest and
estate which the said defondauts, or
either or any of them, and all persons
I'luimlng under them subsequent to
the 10th. day of December. 1906, on
a portion of said premises and subse
quent to tbe 23rd. day of April, 1914
on the remainder thereof, had, have
since acquired or now have of In and
to said real property herelnbofore
mentioned and described as follows,
to wit;
8V of KK and SE4 of 8WH
section 29; N of NEW and E 14 of
NW section 32; NE'H of NE
section 33; S of BE, HWVi of
NE4. HEV, of NW4 and NW"i of
NWSi section 34, In township 40
south of range 38 east of the Willam
ette Meridian. In Harney County.
Oregon, containing 620 acres togeth
er with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurte
nances thereunto belonging or in any
wise appertaining.
Dated this 28th. day of May, 1919.
W. A. GOODMAN,
Sheriff of Harney County, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Burns. Oregon, May 24, 1919
Notice Is hereby given thnt Wayne
E. Spoor, of Sagevlew, Oregon, who.
no May 20, 1914, made Homestead
Entry No. 07486. for NV4, Section 15,
Township 33 8., Hango 30 E., Willam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make final three-year proof
to establish claim to the land above
described, before W. N. Monroe. U. S.
Commissioner at his office at Catlow,
Oregon, on the 24th day of June,
1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Aubrey S. Hebener. Zethra Blala
dell, both of Catlow. Oregon, O. P.
Gordon, of Princeton, Oregon, and
Sherman Htte. of Catlow, Oregon.
V. O. COZAD. Register
Patleata receive the beat of eare
at the Flreoved Maternity Hospital.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Bums, Oregon, May 14, 1919
Notice is hereby given that Thomas
Fitzgerald, of Burns, Oregon, who, on
December 30, 1914, made Homestead
Entry No. 07905, for Lots 5, 0, 7,
NSEV4. Sec. 33.T. 30 8.. It. 29 E.,
Lot 1 , 8E H 8E ' . Sec. 4 ; NE '4 N E ,
Sec. 9, and NWNWVl. Section 10.
Township 31 8.. Range 29 E.. Will
amette Meridian, has filed notice of
Intention to make final three-year
proof to establish claim to the land
above described before Register and
Receiver at llurns, Oregon, on the
18th day of June, 1919.
Claimant names us witnesses:
Martin O'Malley. Dennis O'Connor,
Con Taylor and Jack Flyun, all of
Lakevlew, Oregon.
V. O. COZAD, Register.
NOTICE Mill PUBLICATION.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Hums, Oregon, May 5, 1919.
Notice Is hereby given that An
drew Taggart, of Sllvles, Oregon,
who, on June 17, 1914, :.nd March
21, 1916, made Homestead Entries,
No. 07558 08581. for NWNK'4.
NVfeSW'i, HW4NW4. 8W'4SW'4,
Sec. 17; HE V NE and E BE V4 .
Sec. 18, Township 19 8., Kauge 32
K.. Willamette Merldiun, has tiled
notice of Intention to make Baal
three-year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
Register and Receiver, ut Hums. Ore
gon, on the 19th day of June, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Dave Craddock, Charles O. Owons,
Archie Cross, aud Eurl Mail . all
of Silvles, Oregcn.
V. O. Cozad. Register.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S S.I t)
NOTICE ':' HEREBY GIVEN,
THAT. '.VIIl'UEAS. on the 2U'h dav
of May. I 9' 9. In the circuit Court of
the Stnte of Oregon for Harney ( oi.n
ty, a Judgment was made and enter
ed In favor of Western Bon I and
Mortage Company, a corporation, as
Plaintiff, against Clara C. Hollowav
and Charles F. Hollowav. as Defend
ants, for the sum of 12489.43, with
interest thereon from September 19,
1918, at the rate of 10 per cent per
annum, and the further sum of
$360.00, attorneys' fees, and costs
and disbursements taxed at $22.50;
And.
WHEREAS, ibwas further ordered
and decreed by said Court In said suit
that Plaintiff's mortgage on the fol
lowing described property situated
In Harney County, Oregon, namely;
"The north halt IN 4) of the
north half (N 4) of Section
twenty-two (22) In Township
forty-one (41) south of range
thirty-seven (37) Eaat of the
Willamette Meridian, containing
160 acres, together with all wat
er rights In any way thereunto
belonging; also the southeast
quarter (8 E 4) of the south
west quarter (8 W 4 ) and the
southwest quarter (8 W 4 ) of
tho southeast quarter (8 E 4 )
of section sixteen (16), and the
north half (N 4 ) of the north
east quarter (N E 4 ) of section
twenty-one (21), all la Town
ship forty-one (41) south of
range thirty-seven (37), East
of the Willamette Meridian, con
taining 160 acres, together with
all water rights thereunto be
longing."; Is a valid first Hen thereon, and what
ever right, title and Interest the De
fendant in said suit D. D. Defenbaagh
may have In said described property
Is Inferior and subsequent to the
lien of Plaintiff's said mortgage; and
that the said mortgage he foreclosed,
and all the right, title and Interest
in said described real property owned
or held by any of said Defendant
on the 19th day of Mareh. 1918. or
since said time acquired, be sold by
the Sheriff of Harnay County, Ore
gon, In the manner provided by law
for the sale of real property upon
foreclosure; And,
WHEREAS, on the 6th day of
June, lilt, an Exerutlon la Fore
closure was duly Issued by the Clerk
of said Court commanding me, jthe
Undersigned Sheriff, to levy upon
and sell, in the manner provided by
law for the sale of real property, all
of the right, title and Interest of
said Defendants in and to said mort
gaged premises;
NOW. THEREFORE. In obedience
to the commands of said Writ and
by authority thereof. I will ea Mon
day the 7th day of July. 1919, at the
honr of 10:00 o'clock a. m. of said
day at the eonrt-hoase door In the
City of Barns, Oregon offer for sale
to the highest bidder for cash all the
right, title and Interest of said De
fendants, or either of them In and to
said described property to satisfy
said Judgment, accruing Interest, at
torneys' fees, costs and disburse
ments, subject to the Right of Re
demption and the Confirmation of
this Court.
W. A. GOODMAN,
Sheriff of Harney County, Oregon.
By P. T. Randall, Deputy.
First Publicatien: June 7. 1919
Last Publicatien: July 6, 1919
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The question, "How shalll we get
'em back on tho farm?" seems to be
us difficult to answer as the question.
shall we keep 'em on the
SUMMONS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
STATE OF OREGON, COUNTY OP
HARNEY.
Dora B. Wald. Plaintiff,
vs.
Charles Wald, Defendant.
TO CHARLES WAID. Defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THB STATE
OF OREGON You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the
Complaint filed against you in the
above entitled Suit on or before the.
14th day of June. 1919; and if you
fall to so Appear and Answer, for
want thereof, the Plaintiff will apply
to the Court for tbe relief prayed far
In said Complaint; namely, a Decree
of Divorce dissolving tbe bonds et
matrimony existing between Plata
tiff and Defendant, and for such
other and furUjer relief as to the
Court may seem equitable.
This publication Is made pursuant
to an Order of Hon. II. C. Levens,
Judge of the County Court of the
State of Oregon, County of Harney,
made and entered In the above en
titled suit on the 1st day of May.
1919, directing that said publication
be made at least once a week for six
(6) consecutive weeks, commencing
May 3, 1919.
J. W. BIGGS
F. E.8WOPB
AttorneyB for Plaintiff.
Voegtly Building, Burns, Oregon.
Date or First Publicatien: May 3.
1919.
Date Of Last Publicatien: June 14,
1919.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING-"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN To
tln legal voters of School District
No. 1 of Harney County, State of
Oregon, that a SCHOOL MEETING
of said district will be held at Pub
lic school building, on the 16th day
June, 1919, at 2 o'clock in the after
noon to vote on the proposition et
levying n special district tax.
The total amount of money needed
by the district during the fiscal year
beginning June 16th. 1919, and end
ing June 30, 1920,1s estimated in the
following budget and Includes the
aniount to be received from the coaau
ty school fund, state school fund,
special district tax, and all other
moneys of tbe district:
BUDGET
Estimated KxpenditnreM
Teachers' salaries $ 7980.
Furniture 160.e
Apparatus and supplies
such as maps, chalk.
erasers, stoves, curtains
etc 3oo.ee
Repairs of school houses,
outbuilding or fences. 500.0
8th grade examinations 8.00
Engineer's wages 802. eb
Engineer's supplies 26.e
Janitor's wages 700.0b
Janitor's supplies 10.
Fuel 1000.0
.Light 60.00-
Gas and oils 76.00
'Clerk's salary 200.0
Postage and printing 76.0b
For payment of interest on
I bonded debt 1970.0
For payment of Interest on
Bchool warrants 1200.0
I For music and art 600.0
Expressage on films and
I slides 20.
Total estimated amount
of money to be expended
for all purposes during
tbe year $16.1B.4
Estimated Receipta
From the county school
fund during the coming
' school year t 3s"T.
From state school fund
I dnrina the coming school
year 8$.0,
Total estimated receipts
not Including the money
to be received from the
tax which la proposed to
vote 4l.e
ReeapitnUOon
Total estimated expenesa
for the year $161B.
Total estimated receipts
not Including the tax to
be voted 4l.$j4
Balance, amount to be rais
ed by district tax $10,H04.3
Dated this 23rd day of May, 11.
HENRY DALTON.
Chairman Board of Directors.
Attest:
W. B. HUSTON. District Clerk,
o
THK PRTVIUDOHD OBJKOTOsV
Returning American soldiers are
inclined to be critical about the pel.
Iteneaa with which so-called conscien
tious objector are being treat.
And their attitude aeems to be. la .
measure, Justified.
They have heard and read abaa
dantly about the appreciation with
which America ha viewed that
heroism In the face of hardships toe
heavy for blasphemy aud danger
too appalling for dlscrlptlon. Ant
now they are beginning to look tor
tbe proofs of It.
And when they learn that IS
objectors have been released froon
Camp Fuuston with an honorable
discharge, they l (?ln to suspect that
some one has bieu kidding tsem.