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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1919)
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TO T,tU0 COUNTY CQlfllT Ol-1 TltK
STATIO OF 0U12C10N,
FOlTllto COUNTY OP IIARNHYt
Wo, tho undersigned petitioners,
doslrlitK to form nil Irrigation district
qrnbrncliiK tho lands hereinafter des
ignated, nnd within thu boundaries
hereinafter described, In order Unit
tinld UlHtrlot may ubo tho wntors of
SIUIoh invcr, Kol6y Slough inul tholr
tributaries, mid construct works for
tho Irrigation of mild lauds, nnd pro
tldo for thu reconstruction, bettor
nimit. nKlmtHTdti. nurchnno. alteration
and Vhnlntnlnnueo of works nlrundy'
construqtod eololy or In purl to irrl
gato Uio Wholo Or any 'portion of mid
lands do, us a baHls for our petition,
fespoctfully represent to this court
and tho Judge thereof, us follows:
(1) Kncli of tho undcrHlj;ncd fifty
(50) individuals Is u elthson of tho
Untud States of Ainorlea, nioro man
twentv-ono years of iiko, and a bona
fldo ownor of rino aero or mora of
liind IrrlK.ntod or susceptible of Irrl
Ration situated In Said proposed ills
trlct and included within thu lauds
heroin designated. Tho uauiu of
b ti ch subscriber appears upon tho lnfet
assessment rim for Harney County,
(2) It in tho purpoHO of said potl-
lionors to orgnuuo an Irrigation dis
trict under tho provisions of Chapter
3C7 of tho Ronoral laws of Oregon for
tho year 1017, an amended.
(3) Tho boundaries of mild district
arc as follows:
UeglunltiK at tho Northwest corner
Sec. 23, Twp. 22 8. It. 30 E. W. M
thence east to quarter cornor on
north lino said Sec. 23; theneo south
to center Sec. 23: theneo cast to
center Sec. 24; thence south to quar
ter corner on south lino Bee. 24;
theneo cast to northeast corner Sec.
25; thence south on rungo lino to
-northeast corner Sec. 36;
Thence cnBt to northeast cornor
See. 31 Twp. 22 8. K. 31 E. W. M.;
theneo south to quarter cornor on
east lino Soc. 31; theneo cant to cen
ter Sec. 32; theneo south to north
west cornor of 8V4 SK,i Sec. 32;
theneo cast to northeast cornor of
SHU SB4 Sec. 32; thence south to
-HoutheaHt cornor Sec. 32;
Thonco oast to Northeast corner
Soc. 3, Twp. 23 8. It. 31 K. W. M.;
theneo south to Northeast corner Soc.
IS; theneo east to uprthcust corner
Hoc. 14; theneo south to quarter cor
ner on enst lino Sec. 14; thonco oast
to quarter corner on east lino Sec. 18
Twp. 23 8. It. 32 K. W. M. thonco
Kouth to southeast cornor Sec. IS;
thonco onBt to northeast corner Sec.
20; thonco south to southeast corner
Sec 20; theneo east to quarter cor
ner on north lino Soc. 28; theneo
uouth to center Soc. 33; thonco west
to quarter cornor on west lino Sec.
33; thonco north to quarter cornor
on west line Stic. 28; thonco west to
quarter comer on west lino Sec 30;
thoncu south on range lino to south--west
cornor Sec. 30; thonco cast to
quarter corner on north lino Sec. 31;
thonco south to southeast cornor of
JNB; SWM Bee. 31; thonco wchI to
Houtheast cornor Lot 3, Sec. 31;
Thonco south to southeast corner
)Lot 4 Soc. 6 Twp. 24 8. It. 32 B. W.
M ; theneo east to northeast corner of
SEU NWVi Soc. 6; thonco south to
qaarter cornor on south lino Soc.
6; theneo continuing south to center
Bee. 7; theneo cast to northeast cor
ner NW'i SBVi 8oc. 7; theneo south
to southeast corner BWH 8KU Sec.
7;thenco oast to quarter corrtor on
north lino Sec. 17; thence south to
northeast corner of SBVi NW'i 8oc.
17; thonco cast to northeast corner
8K4 NK 'i Sec. 17; thonco south to
quartor corner on enst lino Sec. 17;
lhonco east to northeast corner NWVi
BW'i Soc. 16; thonco south to south
east corner NW!4 8WM Sec. 1;
lhenco mst to northeast corner SR'4
BW Sec. 16; thence south to con
ter Sec, 21; thence east to quarter
corner on cast lino Soc. 21; thonco
. i - ft . no.
suuin 10 iiuruiram rurnur our. -n;
thence east to northeast corner Sec.
27; thonco south to quarter corner
oh oust lino Sec. 27; theuru east to
center Sec. 2C; theneo south to quar
ter corner on south Mne Sec. 2G;
thence east to quurter corner on
seath line Sec. 25; thonco south to
center Sec, 36; thonco oust to quar
ter corner on east lino Sec. 36; thonco
south to southeast cornor Sec. 36;
Theneo east on Twp, lino to north
east corner NW4 NWVi (being
lxt 4) Sec, 5 Twp, 25 8. It. 32 R,
W. M.; theneo south to the north
west corner of NB4 BWtf 8ec. 5;
thonco oast to tho center of See. 4;
thonco south to quurter corner on
uouth lino Sec. 4; thonco oast to' tho
northeast comer Sec. 9; thonco south
to southeast corner Soc. ; thonco
east to northoast corner Sec. 15;
thonco south to southeast comer Sec.
16; thence west to tho quarter cornor
on tho south lino Sec. 17; thonco
Houth to quarter corner on south
Ubo Sec. 20; thonco oast on south
Hue Lot 6 Soc. 20 to where same
intersects meander line on north
shore of Malheur Lake; thence in a
general southwesterly direction
ateag such neafider line to the south
east cornor Lot 8 Sec. 30; thence
-west to the southeast corner SB 34
NW4 Sec. 30; thence north to north--west
corner NWVi NBV4 See. 80
thence west to southwest corner Lot
S, Sec. 19; thence north on west line
Sec. 19 to a point where such sec
tion lino intersects the old meander
line of Malheur Lako ns shown by
official plats thereof; thonco in a gen
eral southwesterly direction follow
ing such meander lino to tho north
east cornor Lot 2 Sec, 26 Twp. 25
8, It. 32 B. W. M.; thonco west to
Houthwost corner NWVi NW1 Soc,
26; thonco north to southwest corner
Thonco west to quarter cornor on
uouth Uno Sec. 23 Twp. 25 8. It, 31
35, W. M,; thonco north to qjrnrtor
cornor on north lino Section 14;
theneo cast' to northwest cornor
NI3V4 NKVi Sec. 14; thonco north to
northwest cornor NKVi SWyt Sec.
11; thonco east to quarter soctlon
thouco east to southwost corner of
SHU SB VI Boo. i; tucucc norm to
northwest cornor NKVi 8WU Sou.
1; thoiido oobI to qunrlur conior on
east lino Soc. 1, being range lltko;
"Thonco north on Hriiro lino to
southeast cornor Sec. 30, Twp, 24" S.
It, 31 10. W, M.i thonco west to soflth
west corner Boo. 36; thonco north to
quarter cornor on wont lino Soc. 30;
theneo woSI to center Sec. 35 J tlioneo
north to qunrtor cornor on north lino
See. 35 ! thonco woct to southwest
enrnnr Roc. 27: thonco north tO
northwest oornor See, 27; theneiV
west to qunrtor' cornor on soutlrllno
Soc. 19; thonco ndrtli to conior See.
Ill; thonco west to (juartor cornor on
west lino Soc. 19 being range lino;
thonco north to northwest corner Sec,
10, thonco west toNriutuwest corner
SOU. 13; Twp. 24 8. 11. 30 K. W. M,;
Thoneo north to northwest corner
Section 36 Twp. 23 S. It. 110 K. W.
M.5 theneo oast to northeast cornor
Sac. 36, being raugo lino;
Thonco north on railito lino to
northwest corner Soc. 18 Twp. 23 S.
U. 31 13. W. M.J thonco east to quar
ter cornor on north unovsuiu sec.
18; thoneo north to northwest cor
ner SWVi SKIi Sec. 7: flioneo oast to
tho west bnnk of jHlvles Ittvor;
thoneo In a general northwesterly
direction along thu woot bank Of
such Sllvies Itlver and following the
meander lino IhorcOf to where same
is Intersected by section line botwoon
sections 6 nnd 7; thoncu west to tho
southwost corner See. 1; Twp. 23, 8.
It. 30 K. W. M.
Thonco north to northwest cornor
See,. 30 Twp. 22 8. It. 30 K. W. M.;
thonco went to quarter cornor on
south lino Sec. 26; thonco north to
conter Soc. 26; thoncu west to quar
ter cornor on west Hue Sec. 26;
thonco north to tho northwest cor
ner Sec. 23, being tho plncc of be
ginning. (4) Tho lutul Irrigated and sus
coptlblo of Irrigation, embraced with
in tho above doscrlbed boundaries Is
situated within Harney County, 8tato
of Oregon, and Is mora particularly
described ns follows:
Tnwnkhlp 22 South, Itango .TO K.W.M
WV6 and 8RV4 Section 23
SWVi Section 24
NV4 nqd SBVi Section 26
All Sections 25 and 36.
TowtiHhlp 21i Houth, IUtHKO HI K.W.M
All Section 31 and 8Wi, 8V& SRU
Township 3 South, Itango HO K.W.M
All Sections 1 nnd 36
Township Stt Houth, Itnngn .'II K.W.M
Lots 4, 9, 10, 11, 12 and
8Wi 8KU, NKV4 NKi 8octlon7
S& Section 13
All Sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 6, 9, 10, 14
15, 16, 17, 18, 19. 20, 21, 22, 23
24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
32, 33, 34., 35, 36
Township il.'t Houth, Itangu K.W.M
8V& Section 18
W V Section
NWVi Section 33
N Section 29
NV4 Section 30
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, KV NWVI, NRV4
SWVi Section 31
All Sections 19 nnd 20.
Township 24 HoHth, lUngn M K.W.M
All Sections 1, 12 and 13.
Towmdilp 24 Houth, Itango 31 K.W.M
NVi Section 1
NEVi Section 35
All Sections 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7. 8
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25
26, 27, and 36.
Township 2-1 South, lUngn 38 K.W.M
WVfc. WV4 8BV4 Section
Lots 4. 5, 6, 7, SBVi NWU, KM
SWVi 8cctlon 6
W Vi BW Vi , 8B Vi 8 W V4 Soctlon 1 6
8. 8V4 NV4. NVi NWV4 Soctlon 17
WH and SBV4 Soctlon 21
SWVi Section 26
WV4. SBVi Section 36
All Sections 18, 19, 20, 27. 28. 29
30, 31, 32, 33, 34. and 35.
Township 2.5 Houth, Hungo 1 K.W.M
BV SBVi Section 1
B14 8EU Soctlon 11
KMi Section 14
KM Section 23
All Sections 12, 13, and 24.
Township 25 HouUi, IUBge 82 K.W.M
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. nnd
NV4. W SWVi, NKVi SWV4
Lot 1 nnd
NV6 NWV4 Section, 26
All Sections 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
9, 10, 11. 12. 13. 14. 15, 16,
17, 18, 10; 20, 21, nnd 22.
All Section 23 except Lot 2.
Township 25 Houth, Itango Jt2J K.
SWVi' ' Section
SVi. W NWVi SoctlonS
WV4 Soctlon 20
Lots 1 and 2 Soctlon 29
Lot 8 Section 30
NV6 NKVi, 8WVi NE4 Section 30
All Soctlons 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17,
IB, auu IV.
All the Above described lands con
tulnlng a total of 78,780.90 acres,
more or less.
WIIBRBFOHR, your petitioners
pray that a hearing be had and that
on the final hearing an order bo
made and entered (1) determining
whether the requisite aunber of
owner of lands within said proposed
district have petitioned for the tarn
ation thereof. (2) whether the setl
tlon and the notice of time of pre
sentation thereof have been duly
published as by said law provided,
(3) designating the name of said
district, (4) establishing and defin
ing the boundaries thereof. (6)
calling an election for the purposes
uerein sei rortn, () ruing the time
and placo thorofor, nnd (7) estab
lishing a convenient number of elec
tion precincts In said proposed dis
trict and defining the boundaries of
said precincts; and your petitioners
further pray that nil things necessary
for tho formation of said district
and for tho holding of said election
ns by law roqulred bo done, uud that
said district bo organized under such
act us anionded, nnd savour petition
ers will over pray,
1. M, II. llayoa
2. William Hanloy Company Ijiy
William Hanloy ProBldont
3. Ilarnoy- Valley- Improvement
1)y William Jlalfloy President
Pncifla Ltvn Stock Company lly
. A. II. Olson
Cllrttt It', 'PotofHon r
P. u, Smith .
0, A, SWook
.1. C. Welcotno Jr.
Chip O, Smith
A. O. Wolcomo
V O. Ooznd
A, S. SWalu
L. 13. Illbhard
D. N. Varleil
It. W. Corad
C. 10. McPhootors
V, L. Swenrlngon
1), II. Cameron
T. W. 8tojihons.f
II. II. Maco
J. M. Dalton
Leah M. Drown.
0. 11. Lonnurd
W. A. Goodman
Mllllo li. Slnllh
C. II. Voegtly V.
J. T. linker
John L. Caldwoll
Clifford L. Heed
Jonnlo JOnOs " '
Matnoy '. v
Ulou II. Iitirgof .
J. O. Croasnmn'; '
James R. Pearion
Frank linker : r
Clay Clomons ,
Luto Mico ...
lono Whiting ' -
W, K. Huston
A. F. . acdrgci ' ..
C. II. AusmUs '
Jmes Vnrlon Bslatb lly P. N.
Variou Administrator. '
C. 11. McPheotern Kstato. lly C.
B. McPhootors Administrator
It. K. Peabody
A. It. Olson
L. II. Hayes
C. T. Miller
L. II. Culp
Mary A. OunU.
C. J. Johnson
It. H. Sltz by Ulnncho Sits
Mrs. Lola Mlllor !
John P. Fay
H. J. Smith
F. L. Mncfl
11. J. Hanson
1. N. Hughct '
NOT1CK IS HKHKIIY OIVKN
that tho foregoing petition will bo
presented to tho County Court of tho
Stnto of .Oregon for Ilarnoy County,
In tho court room of said court at
tho County Court IIoiiho at Hums,
Oregon on tho 5th day of January,
1920 at (ho hour of 10 o'clock a. in.
or as soon thereafter as tho court will
hear tho same, for tho purpose of
obtaining tho relief therein prayed
Dated this 6th day of December,
1. M. II. Hayes
2. William Hanloy Company lly
William Hanloy President
3 Harney Valley Improvement
lly William Hanloy President
Pacific Live Stock Company lly
A. It. Olson
Chas It. Peterson
P. O. Smith
C. A, Bwcok
J. C. Welcome Jr.
Chip O. Smith
A. C. Wolcomo
V. O. Coiad
A, 8. Swain
L. K. lllbbard
D. N. Varlen
H W. Cozad
C. K. McPhcetora
F, L. Swearlngon
II. II. Cameron
T. W. Stephens
II. II. Mace
'J. M. Dalton
Leon M. Drown.
C. H. Leonard
W. A. Goodman
Mllllo L. Smith
C, H. Voogtly
J, T. Ilakor
John L. Cnldwoll
Clifford L. Hoed
T. F. Matnoy
Glen II. liurgor
J, C, Creasman
James R, Pearson
Frank Baker .,
Clay Clemens ;t .,'
W. B. Huston
A u v. .. r
C. B. Auseaus
Janes Varlen Estate By D. N.
C. II. McPheeters ICstate By C.
R. McPheeters Administrator
R. K. Peabody
A. It, Olsen
L. B. Hayes
O, T. Miller
Buy Good It Did
Hebcrt Gained Twenty-Three
Pounds "I Will Praise
Tahlac as Long as
I Live." r
Lot nlo fcc;t you MOIU4 MONRV FOR VVHH
l IWIWVY I Hill M1U UIVIKRU I I HJ'JIl;! IIDVI, iltll ,,t)l 111 ,11 U I 'II (If J ,
should for his furs, I know that thoro Is a way to give tlio trnp.,.
per all that ho is entitled to, and I'm going to do husinomi tlit
M way of soiling your furs for you by competitive bid will get
you tho highest possible prices, Wrlto and I'll tqll ypu about ny
mot hod Of gollllig' rnsro money for your furs.
rilHI) Ummv- Oen. Mgr. NOIITJI AMKHIOAN FUIt BALKS CO. '
mil Joicwuro Ht. jiniisiis uiiy, mo.
"If It worn posslhlo frir molo sell
tho good Tunlao has dnuo mo, thoro
Is noCouough money In tho univhrso
to buy It," said A. HoborU a well
known painter llvlllg In Alder Wood'
Manor, llotholl, Wash., a tow days'
ago. . . i
To toll tho truth," continued Mr.;
lloburt, "when I commenced taking
Tanlac 1 hadMloubts In my mind as to
whothor 1 would over bo ablo to do :
any nioro work. 1 had boon suffer-'
ing from stomach troubln for a good
many yearu, and had reached tho;
point where everything I ;ito dlsa-i
groed with mo. In addition to this,
my kidneys gave mo lots of trouble,)
nnd I would have tho. worst sort of'
palus In tho small of my buck nearly j
all the. time. This, pain In my back
together with rheumatism In my
shoulders. Interfered a .groat deal with
piy work,' and I hud to give up sever
al different Jobs on account of It.
My nerves were In such bad condi
tion that I never got a good, nights
sleep. All these troubles finally got
me to where I was hardly ablo to do'
my work n't all. '
"Then I heard about Tanlnc and (
mado up my mind to give it a rtlal. ,
Well, sir. I hnvo Ju'st finished ihy,1
fifth bottle of this .medicine, and I
havq actually gained twenty-three
pounds, and never fell better n my
life, 1 have a flue appetite and c-an
oat and digest anything-Iwant. Tim ,
hnlttM linuik lilt I nt Knrtts atltt trt tlft.'
neys never givo mo any troublo at all
now. Tho rheumatism In my shoul
ders Is a thing of tliopast,s too, and
my nerves have quieted down 'until 1
sleep Just fine every night. 1 work
hard overy day, and when I gut homo
at night I feel so good that I hardly
ever bother about opening tho gate,
1 Just Jump over tho fence. Yes, sir,
Tanlac did tho work for me, nnd I
tell everybody I moot about It, and I
oxpect to pass thu word along to
others ns long as 1 llvo."
Tanlao Is sold In Hums by Hoed
Bros,, and In Crane by Valo Trading
Consider the egotism we adjective our heading with.
REAL SERVICEABLE PLUMBING
is something you seldom find because usually a patch
isn't nearly as good as a confident mending or a new
WE WILL NOT PATCH UNLESS
we know that it is the best service we can give you.
We get to the bottom of the trouble and repair it
GALL ON US WHEN YOU NEED WORK
IN OUR DIRECTION DONE QUICKLY
- , ''
Radiator repairing a speciality
1MHM AIIH PltOITTAHLK
Klhort Hedu, editor or tho Cottage
Grovo Sentinel and secretary of tho
Oregon Newspaper conference, has I
built up a solid and profitable trade
with farmors. Ho recently sent to
tho O.A.C. press bulletins a sample
classified ad that "pulled" so well It
sold out tho patron, who phoned a
cancellation order. Tho Sentinel
man has run a great many such ads
with equally quick sales. By pub
lishing an occasional statement of re
sults from tho advertisers he attracts
other farmers' attention to the value
of the newspaper ad In selling farm
Good-byo, 1919. ' We part without
All aboard for tho 1920 special.
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to make you rich ?
A rich uncle may die and leave you a roll,
but few rich uncles have this habit.
If you get rich the chances are you will first
have to save enough money in order to make an
investment that will pay.
There are plenty of investments for the man
with a little ready cash.
But it is up to you to save cash. The best
policy is to deposit a portion of your salary.
A Bank is better than a hole in your pocket
through which your money can slip away.
Make our Bank YOUR Bank.
GRANE STATE BANK
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60. Mary A. Oard
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62. O. J. Johnson '
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65. Mrs. Lola Mlllor
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60. Ilobt. Iludspuatn
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