TIIK T I M K R - II 10 II A h I) HU.RNB, H A It N H Y 'OOU NT V , OREGON PAGE BEVaW t it ... - m 1 1 TP V T i 1 A I . I 1 W W I I I "I 1 - I I I' Wl llll 'I III 1 I .lf "J I lll II If il W W I "I I - I I I I I t 11 III ."1 I I II I I ill .1. I r I I I I I I I I IT III I I II . l . ii a a. m a mam w m . . r . s i ar a a i -h i a 1 1 k kj j mma m. A . - aww A - ,-v, t a m . 1 mar mmaT Hiiturtuw March IS, ItWO. l UVS IN MERC AND I . . -TAll caBal ir Sttini poxticw Hmcv JlmdI W MoPgl ISpDoMT WANT IT?! "jTll 1 AW SHUCKS- T t a, a r A V I v kou-wG recnowuNcr- music U well, rtu boy vou ohb f cfe M OONT. Mk I WHY r I Vk WA eNouort to Hold it cJvTo.mvl lxv i PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. B. F. SMITH Physician and Surgeon Hums, Oregon Ifficejt residence, Dr. UriMttt's for mer home, Phone No. 14 J. W. CI K A R Y Physician a ii J Surgeon Iturm, - Oregon T.'lophono R139 DKVMAN DKNMAtf PhrMcliins aad Sargroa tV.t aniwered promptly day or night 'Phone Crane ( in in, Oregoa I In E. lllHHAHD I) I, X T I H T cm ' loor cant photo gallery urii, Orugou ( .i viti.ns w: imj.is i v w y i: it U - ... Oregon ffj i tlio Statu CourtH and Irlfii i" I . B. Lund Otlku 1 W M i lloch Hobt. M. Duncan m i i ixont & mrxoAX ; ' s tlio J. B. Lund Olllce lN OltKCOX , k I. It M VOX S H M A 1. 7. . ,, ., . ..... m r o."' nrncticu nororo u u. Olllce a ripeclalty llldg. next door to P. OT Kuril'., OrvKiin v II. L e o ii ii r il l i iiey-nt-Luw '.i i on given to Collections 1-Ututo matters I tie IiiNiiranco Nuiiiiy Public Oregon u.i ( i: it, ki:sti:k Ulmrney at I.uw lLar.' i' 1 ractlce Laud Scrip for salo Yule, Oregoa 1. '.7 Us M. A. niggs B I I, (i H & II I G U H lawyers llurnu, Oregon ESTRAY E'TltAY From Deamaa raueb at Hirriman, one brown sUndard, ,Kl?u.T. "IU,, ,5wr",'r- red mare, with one yearllug colt Kred WllliaBis. Burns, Oregon, t d ono Iumi spring colt (by her); j ,''t 1 KVf" FOR SALE -Practically now cream iM tier's place. Hold nnd not- separator. 300 pounds capacity. In o or bring to Hums. Will- uulro at Hagey's store. 3-0-lt I S ' i n iiHonaiilo fee. JAMES J A ART. UuniH, Oro. 12-20 WANTED ( ii c hita ehuuky l.-.l RR 0 left fib Mlhlor, nit looo Mm. One Iron iiiu- r 1 1 - bruiDHd II H m left v. bultablo nu tboir t uvery Ed. UuniH, Orof i 1 -24 f , t.; i r. ESTHAU.D Cuttlo bin led with 2 M'tar on left hip, murod spilt lu Hit ami crop oir right; also cattle brandtid S7 with bur t .er top on r-Kht ribs, marked split iu right atid crop off loft. Horses: ono sor-1 rtl work maro branded 7L on 'iri(i niul vented on shoulder; one b.'iy huUiIIu mare wlthh star In face tranded TK connected on loft , lomdor; two threo-year-old colts a bay gelding und brown maro braudni S7 with bar over on stifle. J- lt J McKlnuon. Drowsoy, Oro. Cailllllliti.u trw nftlnu ulinillfl InlfO "arning and Hoo that tlioy uro prop- y manicured before attempting to hake hands with our local popula- on. We aro Just a bit fustldlous In 'uese nartj. i (I8TRAY8 Two cowrt one branded T on right ribs and X on right hip. one branded thus on leelt hip. Ownor may have them by paying feod Dill. MAN UUNDY ago, Oro. 2-14 n-20 K8THAYED Hud holfor branded TY right Hldu, crop off lott nnd uiul or bit in right. Paul Well, UuniH, 2-21-4t U8THAY I have r coming two-year old rod holfer at my place marked with crop off right uud Hpllt lu loft ear. Part of the brand can he made out but not nufftcleut to dlftUugulna the last part .ot It. Tho brand la an S wlth bar ever tt. Owner can have aame by proving property, paying tho feed bill aad uUo paying for thla notice, fkott Haley, Narrows, Oregon. 2-28. FOR SALE i MILK AND cream for nalo, Q. J Dent, llurnu Feed Darn, phono No. U8C. 2-21 tf TWO STORY, Bevon room renldonco, plantored, hot and cold water, bath and modurn couvunlnncuH, collar and garage, In lllock CD, 3rd addl tlnn to UuniH, belonging to Mrn. i KHtlier l Schwartz, for tuilo W.M. FARRK FOR BALI? 1.00 ncro well linproveil 1 Irrigated ranch, all fenced with convenient bulldlngd, huune, cellar, barn, corraU and other outbuild Iiikh; farm machinery ami work homM go with the placo. Part caili, balance on long time at ' per cent luturcHt. See A. A Traugott of Inland Km pi re Reality Co. 2-28tf. FOR SALH Piano lu Drat clasH con dition, $75 caHh. See V, J. Crozler, UuniH, Oregon. 3-13-4I. FOR HALK One aero and 11 vo I room Iiouho. good outbulldiugM and feiicoH. also 3 Mi acrea lu alfal fa next to river. luqulro at thlM olllco. 3-13-21. for halk Kariy nauri ecu or mm)i1 v iicul. wiutou (JilibH. liuriiH, i k t a J A urvgoii. -iu-i-.i iill iifb VitQ vutu n unuiui via u ! - wr H,ould una nonfrcezlng iolutlon and avoid frozen radiators- It In Hold at Lamprihlru'H Qarage. i ' Tlio Robert (2lcn ranch In Section iiil, T. lit Si, H.U2JS !-;., for sale at I20I.00 cuxh. WM. 1'ARRU. For Sale 12 horse-powor Ruxsoll traction engine and buy baler. A I barKulu. W. A. Goodman. 1-3. FOR BALE -Tho James McMauus ; ranch In Bee. 13, 14, IB, T. 20 S., R. 24 E 320 ucres, for $1000.00. I WM. FARRE. FOR SALE Blx hundred aero well located logged over laud ten dol lars pur acre. Tho ranch adjoin ing this laud now has about one hundred bend blooded stock. J. W. Harnett, 175 17th st. Portland. Oro. 3-6-13 WlllTK the Co-op Store Caldwell to twelve fmi several hundred rock , bottom price ot bmInc. Ready mix ,cd iwlat $R gal. Iuee Llaseed oil 4M.10. Plug tolaceo tOc, V, Leader sjn tor 91 eunM. LaMe trial aseil huts very Utert ntyles f0M to 1.00, FOR SALE Todd Check Proctector, lo practtcuiiy new no. ih em- WANTEp -Position an cook on a ranch Sophia Yocom, Buininlt Hotel. 3-C-l't. REPRESENTIVE WANTED W want a representlvo for Rums and surrounding territory to cull on furmurs and dairymen Helling and demonstrating u well advertised fully guurentced Cream Separator. A man who is honest und will work can build up a nice profitable busi ness. For full particulars addroas Chas, . Wulkor, No. 8 Front St. Portland, Oro. 3-6-3t. WANTED Woman to do light housj work and look after a little child. No washing. Inquro of C. W. Lewis at N. Brown & Sons storo or phono O101. 3-0-tf LOST LOST Ilotwoou Wurna nnd La von, ono largo black volvet ladlos hat. Finder ploaso leave at The Tlmos- Horald olllco. Reward. 3-0-3t LOST Auto toola In a brown can vafl caao, botwoon Auntie Fryo'u homo In tho lower part of town and The Tlmeo-Horuld olllco. The kit may have fallon off on Main atrcot or the atroet in tho hoiUIi part of town. Finder leave at thla olllco. 3-13-tf. LEGAL-NOTICES NOriCK OI-' EHTIIAY HMM Notice In hereby gvon that tho underalgned W. L. Iloxt of Buntex, Oregon did, on tho flrat day of Febr uary 1920 tako up the following de scribed etray, vix., ono threo-year old steer, color red, mottled face and branded with what appears to be a quarter circle 1 and an Indistin guishable mark to the right of it on left bip, marked with a crop off the right ear aad swallow fork in left. That on the 28th day of February, 1929 the Justice ot the Peace for Burns district Harney County, Ore gon made and entered an order that the sale of said estray be given by publication in Tho Times-Herald, the said Times-Herald being tho County olflqlal papor for Harney County, Ore gon. In pursuunro of this order I will on the 20th day of March, 11)20 at ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day at public auction offer tho mild extra)' for sale to tho highest mid best bidder for rash to satisfy tout of taking up and keeping and all ox pennon incurred Including th Justice fees and all other expenses that may have been regularly made. Said sale to tako place on the ranch of -V. L. Hunt near Buntex, in Hurney County Oregon. W. L. II EST XOTH'K OF I1IDH OX ROAD WORK The County Court will rcclove bids on Contract work of building new Diamond Crude (Side Hill Orade), until 9 o'clock a. m. Monday March 22, 1920. Specifications may bo scon at tho County Clerk"s olfleo and soul mi bids may be llled at the Clerk's olllco. Dated this Mb il'iy or March 1020. CHESTER DALTON , County Clerk .NOTICE OF RIDS FOR WOOD Notice In herebv given that the County Court nV llarnoy t'oiiiity will receive oiils U' to April i. iusi, ror 1 40 cords best quality Pino Wood and i3C cord best uuallty Mahogany wood, 'to bn dollvot-'.l at 'bo Court House I nil, I llli.li Hclmiil lut 1 lil 1 ii ur. Ill Iliirnn. Oregon, on or before Septotnber 1, 1920. A bond will bo requested, and the Coin ty Court reserves tho right to reject any or all bids, II Icier will bu considered for either or both kinds of wood. Sealed bids may be left at County Clerk's olllce. Dated March fi. 1920. CHESTER DALTON County Cleric. CITATIOX IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR HAR NEY COUNTY Iu tho matter of the estate of David Miller, deceased. TO, Eva Pollock. Sada Warnlck, Ivan Kynnlson, II o r b or t Kyniilnon. Willis Kynnlson, Alice Nye, Ida CcCahlan, Lolund Kynnlson, Lester Palmer, Henry Palmer, Josephine Palner, Lillle Cherry, R. A. Miller, ORKET1NQ8: IN08: YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY CITED TO APPEAR In the County Court of tho State of Oregon for the County of Harney on the Cth day of April, 1920, at ten o'clock la the forenoon of that day to tlnn and there show caure, If any oxlsts, why the Judge of sa'd Court shall not make his order authorizing and di recting the Administrator, us by law ronulrcd. to sell tlio real proporty (belonging to tho said estate at pri vate sale to tho btgliest bidder for 'cash iu hand, uud duKcrlbud ns fol l lows, to-wlt: i Ej of tlio WW uud NWVi of tlio N'EVi or section 30 and beginning ul the HouthouHt corner of tlio 8W',i of Hoctlou 25 uud running tbunco west 208,7 foot, thence north 417.1 foot, thoncu east 208.7 root, thence south 417.4 feet to the place of beginning, all of said laud being In Twp. 24 south of Rnngo 27 E. W. M Harney County, Orogou, uud all of Block 4 in Coopor's Addition to tho Town of Halsey, Oregon, WITNESS: the Honorablo II. C. Lev ens, Judge of the County Court of tho Stato of Oregon for Harney County with the soal of said Court nfllxed this 20th day of February, 1920. ATTEST: CHESTER DALTON Clerk An exchango sagely remarks that "nearly evory divorco results in two or more marrlagos." Quite Inter esting, indeed. Possibly one or tho couplo annoxos u couplo of now ouos. LAND NOTICES NOTION rXH PUBLICATION. UNITED 8TATEB LAND OFFICE. Burns, Oregon, February II, 1920. NOTICE Is hereby given that Jonoph P. Koohler, of Burns, Oro gou, who, on November 28, 1913, made Homostuud Entry, No. 07111, for NEVi NEW, Sec. 22; W NWU NWVi BWy, Section 23, Township 26 8., Range 30 E., Willamette Mer idian, has tiled notice ot Intention to make Final three-year Proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, beroro Register and Re ceiver, at Burns, Oregon, on the ICth day or March, 1920. Claimant nasae an witnesses: J. A. Krusaholx, D. E. Morgan, C. W, Lewis, and George Parsous, all of Burns. Oregoa. -"' V. O. COZAD Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION t .MTKI) HTATMH IuND OFFICE Burns, Oregon, February 25, 1970 NOTICE Is hereby given that Ollv ur F. Savage, of Burns, Oregon, who, on April 17, 1912, made Dooert-Land Entry, No. Of.979, ror NBVi, Section 6, Township 20, B Range 32 E Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final three year Proof as lu ordinary homestead canes, under act March 4, llllfi, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, beroro Register and Re ceiver, at Hums, Oregon, on the 21Hh day of March. 1020. Claimant names ai wllnessns: W. Bcott Haley. E. T. Haley or Narrows, Oregon, Ben Nowinan, ami .1. T. OIIimoii, or Burns, Oregon. V. CI. CO.AI) Roglctor NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION UNITED BTATES LAND OFFICE Bums, Oregon, February 11, 1 NOTICE Is hereby given that Udell Dendauw, of Wngoutlro, Oregon, who, on November 1, lOU. made Homestead Entry, NO. 07. Vi. for 84 BWU, Bee. 28; 8EVi. S NE. Section 20, Township 20 S., Raiigu 2t E., Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final throe-year Proof, to establish clulm to the land above duscrlbed, beroro "Register und Receiver, at Burns, Ore gon, on the ICth day of March, 1020. Claimant names us witnesses, L. A. Addlugton, R. L. Mutton. W. Wagner, and C. O. Walters, till or Wagontlre, Oregon. V. tl. CO.AI). Register POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY .H'RUE I hereby announce myself us a candidate for tho olllco of county Judge, subjuct to tlio decision or the democratic voters at the primary election to bo held May 21, 1020. GEO. D. HAGEY. FOR COUNTY Jl'IMJE I hereby announce my candidacy ror the olllco or county Judge, sub ject to the decision or tho republican voters ut tho primary election on May 21, 1920. 11. T. HUGHET FOR COUNTY JUDGE I hereby announce ray candadacy ror the olllco of Judge of Hurney county subject to the wishes or the democratic voters at the primary election on May 21, 1920, J. 8. COOK FOR COUNTY JUDCJK .1 hArnbv Aiinounffl myself as a can didate for County Judge subject to the decision or the repunucau voters at tho primary election on May 21, 1020. R. L. HASS FOR COUNTY JUDGE llnvlnir consented to becoilio u can- dldntu for county Judge, subject lo tlio decision of tho republican votora of I lamey coun y. n uio in ar o ,nn May 21, lO-'O. I wll ntato that 1 have no enemies to puulHli or rrloiul.i to roward. nor any "ax to grind". but ir eluctod will do tlio riglil us I sea It, and will, as far as possible, work in harmony with tho other members of the county board for tho best Intercuts of Hurney county, Yours truly, O. O. JBTLEY FOR COUNTY CLKRK 1 hereby announce myself as a can date for tho offlco of county clerk of Harney county, subject to tho wishes of tho democratic voters nt the pri mary olootlon on May 21, 190?0, RALPH J. RIMER ""Try Firestone Cords. Universal Garage. Adv. tf. "Thoro is, 'at least, 'one noticeable effect of tho war, Amorlca la quite sufo ror plutocrucy, VOH COUNTY (JLKIMC I hereby announce myself as a candidate for county cleTk subject to tho wishes of the democratic vot ers at the primary election on May 21, 1920, CHA8. B. DILLMAN FOR H1IKRIFF I liernbv announce mvsolf as a caudldne to succeed inysolf as shorlff of Harney county subject to the do-' clslon of tho republican voters at tho primary elecion on May 21, 1920. W. A. GOODMAN FOR SHERIFF 1 hnrnhv annouscA mvslf as a can didate for the Republican Moralnatloa for Sheriff, at the Primary Electloa, May 21, 1919. I B. N. MATHEWB. FOK HHKHIFF I, hereby announce myself as a candidate ror sheriff of Hurney coun ty, subject to the decision of the voters of tho Republican party at the primary election May 21, 1920. H nominated and elected I shall enforce the laws to tho best of my ability. W. CLARENCE LUCKEY FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce myself as n ; candidate for nomination as Sheriff,! subject to tho choice of the Reptibl can voters at the Primary Election, May 21, 1020. J. W. CRAWFORD FOR SHERIFF To tho Voters of Harney County, Oregon: Subject to the npprovnl of tho Re publican Voters or Harney County, Oregon, I hereby anuounco mynelf as u candidate ror the Nomination of Sheriff, to be voted on at tho coming Primary Election to bu held May 21, 1020. R. L. .HAINES. FOR AHHEHKOR 1 hereby announce myself as a can tlldato to succeed myself as assessor subject to tho doclslon or the repub lican voters at tho primary election on May 21, 1020. JOHN L. CALDWELL. FOR ASSESSOR I hereby aiiuouncu myself ns a can didate for the olllce or asseiiHor or 'Harney county subjuct to the decision or tho republican voters at the pri mary election on May 21, 1020. GEO. W. YOUNG. FOR SCHOOL Bl'PEHINTENDE.Vl I hereby announce my candidacy lo succeed iiiyHotr as school superin tendent or Haruoy county, subject to the decision or tho democratic voters at tho primary election ou May 21 1020 FRANCES CLARK FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT I hereby announce myselt as a candidate tor tho olllco. or Superin tendent of schools in Harney county subject to the decision of the Repub lican voters at the primary election to be held on May 21, 1929. MRS. MARY ORIFFIN FOK DIATRICT ATTORNEY Subject to the decision of the dem ocratic voters of Haraey County I hereby anaouace myself a caudldnto for tho nomination of District Attor ney for Harney County at the pri mary election May 21, 1920. GEO. S. SIZEMORE To tho Republican voters of Har uoy and Malheur counties:- I herewith submit my candidacy to tho Republican voter.' of Harney and Malheur Countloa for tho nom ination of Joint Representative in the Orogou Legislature in tho niiovo tus Ulct. . - ... . Should I bu iiomliiuifil t will no , 0 IUI), M ln ..., h,Ituiutlon time will bo of jbenollt to this part or tho stato, and tt. Mm utiitn ut lnri'o. P. J. GALLAGHER H PUR LI NO the PAINTKR House PaintingAuto Painting Sign and Pictorial Painting INTERIOR DECORATING PAPKRIIANGING, AND TINTING FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP Staining, Graining and MarliUng BARBER SHOPS PROMPT sorvlco and courteous trentmont will nlwuyB bo uccord od patrons ot tho Burns Hotel Barbor Shop, Baths ut uny hour or tho day. C. W. Simmons. Prop. "RoBt in peaco, brother If you can find it anywhoro on this earth: Wo cuu't, . . FOR JOINT HKNATOH 1 seek tho republican nomination, tor Joint sonator Tor the twenty-second Senatorial District at thq. coming" primaries. H nomlnntcd and elected I promlst to tho District an honest sorvice and will tako my oath or offlco unpledged to any porson or Intercut. I am a liberal nnd not a reaction ary or radlcnl; .nnd especially so as to public expenditures. Economy should mean thrlftlness, Public ex penditures demand a reasonablo promiso of material nnd social bene fit. Irrigation and drainage under special assessments; good roads; pro tection of grazing lands and of tho public range for the good of the live stock interest as a wholo; bettcrmont of mall service; Improvement of fa cilities of branch lino railroads; am among the Important local need. Roads and postal service In country districts are the only visible returns from taxation, aad the burden of tax ation should be fairly equalised through these means, On the foregoing statement I ask the support of the republican voters. CHMtLEB W. ELLIS, Burns. Pro. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday Services; Sunday school 10 A. M. Send the boys and girls to Sunday school Preaching at 1-1 A. M. Subject: "Tho Church and lis Movement." Come to the morning service and hear something of the "Groat Inter- Church Movomont." B. S. Hughes, Pastor CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Services nt 11:00 oVock. The reading room in the church Edifice, Is open on Tuesday and Fri day from 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. Sunday School meets on 8unday at 10 o'clock. Pupils may be admitted to Its classes up to the ago of 20 years. The public Is cordially Invited to the Church SovIcqs and to the Read ing Room. HOME PAPER AD SELLS IT. "Ever try selling that pig or cow or old plow or thousand baby chicks by an ad In tho local papor?" asks George W. Kable, Ronton county agent, or his Form Bureau News readers. "Ifu a cheap und easy way to got your wants before tho public, ii'n n lMitul thlnir to watch the ad columns or the homo paper, too, ror some good bargains aro oRen round there. Every rnrnier should sub scribe ror tho county paoer. Many nows Items, notlcos and local events you ought to know you will never know unless you read tho homo paper wo say this because wo bollovo It and bucuiiHo tho papers have always been 'Johnny-on-tho-spot' iu aiding tho rami buroau." o OFFER ASSISTANCE TO FARMERS Oregon Agricultural College, Cor vallls, March. 10, Assistance in im provement or livestock, construction or form buildings, and housing o reed ror stock, is orferod by the ex tension dairy service at tho collego in Harney county farmers. Use of high grado purebred stock and weeding out of Inferior cows, by cowtestlng associations and herd re cord keeping, is encouraged by dairy men In the extension service. Last year 4,500 cows were tested through the seven cow testing assoclatioaa of tho state, and 97 Inferior cow wore discovered aud sent to the but cher. Silo meetings and campaigns re aniinii in tiwt cnnHtructlon of nearly 1 1000 silos in Oregon last year. In ioiie county nlone It is estimated that !;10 stlOH sav.wl 1000 tons '"iv. Pinna ror dlfferont farm buildings are rurnlHhod to runners by the ser vice and advice concerning proper housing Is given through correspond ence nnd meetings. Tho dairy depart ment of tho col lege gives assistance or information regarding nmttors relating to dairy production and dairy manufacturlnc Selection of purebred cattle, proper feed, anil balancing of rations aro I mutters on which tho department la . .prepared to give assistance. JOHN UKMBEKLINfl, Jeweler, , nnd Optlolim , Emrrnvor. Flue, Watch Repairing a Specialty.