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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1919)
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WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO TONIGHT ?
a el sai the latoi SiilS S ' ?I ?.i ' m i T!neM ?f your ,wn, ff? you ml?ht liaten to the world's .best musie-whetljer it Jus
.old; ! tmy nuuch as 1),aycd by a iani0US p'ianistjfizzy ragtTme-or the melodies of 16 ago, that nuver get ...
Qr perhi'iWou would dance or sing the lte popular .ong.!" ! ' " ' 5 1
?tekeUd".Mng ?e.V,C n thG EUphnitt Playel P,ano maklit PSf 10 the song in a 'h,-or low key, a feature not to be,
whored hem'1 Ukd?te attachment, feature which has Jpon a dooidod hit
nu l ei new u. used us a i egular piano tor hand playing it is superior to many of the finest uprights.
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The Wiley B. Allen Company
J. FELLOWS, Eastern Oregon Representative at Burns
LOCAL AND l'KllSONAL.
Auto electrical repair.
M 1 Fleinmlng, thy y man, will
bt It. HuriiH on July 1st.
rami Implements at bargain
jirlcw at the IluniM Hardware.
For Sale 700 lb. Tubular suction
f-cJ SLarplPM Cream Separator,
nearly new t'lias. Wilson.
Weaning pigs for sale.
phono 12. Ueynvuuit, lluriu.
Highest ituullty mid greatest ecuii
ouiy ut The Welcome IMiarnmuy.
Mr 111 I.'. ...I
..... ..m. niiii, r l I'll U0
Cliuutntiuuu visitors yesterday.
, Uatud buy ut A. A. Perry's
D. M. McDadu Is iimnntr out of
, ,. ., . .. !,ow visitors bore this week taking
Mr J U 'deary and Iter son Wood, ,., c.,iautauua.
fcrldre ore home from their visit to
I'ortlai.d and other outside points, i ' cium. Comegys mid family are In
! from their Diamond home takltiK ad
vantage of the IiIkIi class entertain
nient furnished by the ChautaiHiun.
Two new tottiv for rent Kwi
TorJ truck for ul. Ilave party to
kur a r.nuh J. K. Itouiiisevolle,
.Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Cross and
their granddaughters are taking In
the ('hatilauiiiu proKrniUH.
Please take notliu that I fold and
convey unto 1. Nelson for lawful
money to me paid for the property
delivered anil accepted by the gran
ten 1 wuh lawfully holzed to convey
NOTION FOIt PtllllilCATIO.V
NOTH'K OF HII HUNT'S HA1.M
Wallnte Parker arrived home hint
Nearly three hucIIoiih of pasture
horderliiK on the lake where ut leant
I;. H. Laud OliliMi at lluriiK, On you.
Ji.iip a, 1 9 1 .
Notice I hereby .?lv-n that VcaiW
Clow, of HuriiH, Oregon, who, on
April 10, 1UH, made homestead en
try So. 07:t32 for NW'U HW'i. flur
NOTIPK 18 HKItHHY (1IVKN that,
WhereaH on the :td day or April,
1117, u JudKiuent wuh made and eii
tered In the Circuit Court of Orexon,
Harney County, In favor or A'uia
HalnuN, iih I'lalutlir aimhiHt KiTwanl
C. HkkIokIoii anil .May V. KKRlestou,
an UefeiidautH. ror the hu hi or
89.00, with It tereMt thurnou from
April 7. ll17. at the rate of 10 per
cent pur annum; and the further num
or $:itin.r. I. with Intercut thereon
from Ajrll 7. 1U17, at the nite or 8
tier cent per annum; and the further
Mini or $1 10.00, atloruey'H reeit; And.
Wherenn It wan rurther Ordered and
Decreed by wald Court that IMalntltr'H
mortKiiKe on the followliiK dencrlbeil
property Mltuated In Harney County,
The Kant hair or the Cant half
of Kectlou SI, TowtiHblp IT.
Houth, Itauico at Kant of the Wil
be forccloiuMl; and all the rlKhl, title
htnrterbe.nK absent ror .ever. ,BbMBlll1C0 of wulor fop M,ot.k ,. f f 'ly nwnml or held by nalu D,re..dan,,
aonth vlMltltiK dlflereut points of . . . ownsnip -i w range ji h., ti-( m, b0,j ,y the Hherlff tr llatniy
Lloyd Johnson and hU family und Mm .,,,,. .
Mr. .ltd Mr. Halley Hye- with their, Mri( Jamu- Laroj)Hlro ,, M
little daughter have not missed an rr,V((ll .,. ;rnm
. . .... ... i , - - "
ui iuc uin itMii auv i ii in wuuk.
iitiuuiiu .lUTiuiiiii, huh nieu iiouce oi u cunty, urexou, tn tne manner
Intention to make final three year vldud by law ror the mile or reol pro
THK FlltST NATIONAIi HANK QV
fiUlt.VH, CAPITAL AND HUUPiiUK
S190.000. ' THK UAXK ' THAT
MARKS YOUH J HAKK,"
her home at KuKeiie. She wns ac
companied by her gruudduuKhter.
Uweudolen ltmpsblre, daughter or
Mrjnd Mra. Jkturs Iicnpshlre, who
bad been attending school ln Kuicenu
J during the pant year.
proof, to establish claim to the land
ubove described, before ltexlster and
Itecelver, at Hums, Oregon, uu the
9th day of July, 1919.
Clalmutit names u witnesses:
(Hen Clemens, Fred Mack, J. II.
Gulp und H.K. I'eabody, all of lurns
Oren'on. 1 '
V. O. COZAD, HeRlster
I. U't'lnitelu and family have boen
ibj-ni In Portland for nvveral weeks
tut are urjIii at the home at Lawuu.
One or the boys wa up takliiK In the
mhhhmiuii l Mill D kkJ UIIIVI I1M
snd Informs this paper that they no
IIKI.I'KU IIKH IJTTI: til III,.
Children need all their strength
for KrowliiR. A IIiikitIiik cold weak
ens them. Mrs. Amanda Flint,
Itoute A, New I'hltadelphlu, 0
writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar cur
iln Ilrown and family took tbolr
departure Thursday for California
where they will remain for a time,
Mr. Urown expects to return here In
a few weeks, perhaps, to look after
business affairs but It Is the Intention
cared a UrKe shipment of xoods which of the fumlly to get comfortable
Till arrlw nt once. Watch Welu quarters in California for the coin Inn ed my little girl of the worst tickling
ttln's ad in this paper next week as school year. The party make the cough, "(lives Immediate relief from
tbey w have nome sturtlitiR things Journoy lu two curs going out by way digressing, racking, Irnrlug coughs;
'9 announce of Bond and down through Klamath, soothes and heals. Sold everywhere,
2nd RANGE HORSE
pcrty on foreclosure: And,
Whereas, on the i'lst day of June,
1919, an Execution In Foreclosure
was duly Issued by the Clerk of aald
CoUrt 'C'omBiandlug me, the under
ijlguuil.herirr, to levy upon and sell.
In thttkmanurir provided by law for
th'ti salo Or real property upon exocu
tujn Jfjj foreclosure, a.11 of the. right,
title aari Interest of aald Defendants,
or either of them, la and to said de
scribed real proaerty)
' Now Therefore, In obedience to the
commands of said Writ and by auth
ority thereof, I will or Monday the
2Hth day of July, 1918. at the hour
of 10:00 o'clock a. ts. of said day ut
the courthousa door in the City of
Hunts, Oregon, offer for; sale to the
highest bidder for cash all the right,
title and Interest of said Deruuduuts,
or either of them, In f.iut to the said
described reul prbperty, to satisfy
said Judgment, accruing Interest,
attorney's fee, costs ami disburse
ments, subject to the (tight of He
demptlnn anil the Confirmation or
W. A. (lOOJ)MAN
Hherlrf of llurney County, Oregon
Hy I. T. Itaudall, Deputy.
First Publication: June 2K. 1919
Last Publication:- July I'd, 1919
We'll do yaur Job Printing.
N0 f DON'T throw away that old suit !
lltl j3rjng i t0 our 810p f j,.at. jf we cant make
Nn a K0(K1 looking, ne.w appearing suit out of it
AW by CLEANING
it, then indeed you may throv 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.
You are invited to make our store
your headquarter during your htay
in Burns Chautauqua week, 24th to
In addition to Chautauqua
being the best thing' you
ever will see, we will en
deavor to entertain you.
I. S. GEER & CO.
at South Omaha. Neb.
SHIPPING DATE JULY 6th
Horses brought fair prices at the last sale ranging from $25 to
$J 50. While this is not quite as much as was expected, it is con
sidered more advisable to sell than to hold and feed at the high
prices which will prevail this winter. Horsemen who attended
the sale were well pleased at the showing made by Eastern Ore
gon stock as compared to that, from other sections. Practically
the same men who were in charge at the first sale will also have
charge of this, assuring each shipper receiving the top prices for
his horses. . .
Ship from Crane, Ore., July 6
SMITH CRANE BURNS
is not known in front of the counter's of our store.
You do not buy your groceries on approval: you
know they are just what you want because they are
sold in the store that only retails the best of products
to its customers.
Our goods are this year's stock, which means that
othey are the latest put-up eatables on the markets.
'W'takLIBERTY. BONDS AT PAR IN EXCHANGE FOR MERCHANDISE
A. OTTINGER, Proprietor
NATE FRANKLIN, Manager