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T H M TIMH8. II H 11 A hi) III) U N H , H A It N U Y 0 O VU T V , O 11 MOON
Classified Advertising and Legal Notices Professional Cards Political Announcements
DR. B. F. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
I0$:ct residence, Dr. Griffith's for
mer home. Phono No. 14
J. W. (1 K A It V
l'li slclun and Surgoou
Hums - Oirigoa
penman a denman
rii)!lrliii)H and Surgrou
lt'i answered promptly day or night
1.. K. Itlltl)Altl
I) K X T I H T
r f i r i uir east photo gallery
V mm, Oregon
( ii ki.es w. eldls
i w v m i:
1 r ... Oregon
be Statu Courts nnd
1. H. Land OlllOii
itobt. at. nu
t II DUNCAN
V. & Land Office
ON i it M A l.V.
r net !(
' ' a apeulalty
ik. next door to P.
I i iin, Oregon
. II, L i o ii a r il
given to Collections;
rMntu mutters ;
I in- liiMiraiu-e
Not. ,ij Public
nu 1 1: it. 1vi:sti:i:
i'iinii' nt Law
' , i t Ice
Lund Scrip for salu
V U g
M. A. Dlggs
1! 1 (. (.
I'omiutu ranch at
l rowu ausdard
ii ultnf eolt
. n . oit thy her) ;
-l o riKi t alioiildnr.
nl uf near Frank
.m o. Hold und iiof-r-lig
to Hunt, wni"
otiab tnu. JAMES
. Har .a,' Qro. 1-20
. v hlto. chunky
.1 illt 0 rtsl Milder.
")(J0 lb i. Ono Iron
i, rill, braimod II,
lert j. Su.tublo
' r ti. -lr r ;ivory.--Bd.
hiirn. . Orouw i 1-2 If i
'HAH ) ( attlo bra led with 2
Kar on loft hip, mar. ed split in I
fit and crop off right: also cattle
iranumj S7 with bar 'over ton oiii
iWit r.bi. marked unlit In right'
ld cron off left. Horses: one sor-l
11 work mure branded 7L oni
tlfle k 'l vented on shoulder; onoi
Iaj" itui tie mure wlthh star in face,
ramb t TK connected on left .
Ilifiul'l . two tlireit-vear-old colts,
'ding and brown nmro
r 'i i u Ith bur over on sllflo.
'Kirnon. ProwHov. Oro.
"r olllce should tako 'PROMPT
thut tl.ey aro prop, i
' iicioro attempting to I
ii oir lttoftl. iJppulw
Hi .t a bit fujtldloua In
IISTRAYS -Two cows ono branded T
on right ribs nnd X on right hip.
uno branded thus
on leoft hip. .Owner may
havo thorn by paying feed
Dili. MAN HUNDY, Volt.
1 ago. Oro. ' 2-14 3-20
E8THAY I have n coming two-yinr
old rod hulfor nt my pluco niurkod
with crop on right nnd Hpllt lu
loft onr. Purt of thu brand can
ho mndo out but not aufllelont to
distinguish tho laHt purt ot It.
Thu brand In an S with bur over It.
Owner can have name by proving
property, paying thu feed bill aud
also paying for thin notice. Scott
Haley, Narrows, Oregon. 2-28.
MILK AND cream for sale. O. J
Dent, Durna Feed Darn, phono No.
TWO STORY, seven room residence.
I Mastered, hot und cold water, bath
and modem convenience, cellar
! nnd garage, In Dlock 55, 3rd addl
li0.", to H"1"'.. bu,anB,n' to Mr"' ponsos Incurred Including t!
ww 'E-innil chWtt rt2' f0r talt3t all other expenses
M. rAHHh. have been regularly made.
FOR SALE COO ucro well Improved
irrigated' ranch, all fenced with
convenient buildings, houn, cellar,
burn, corrals aud other outbuild
' lugs; farm machinery und work
horses go with thu place. Part
cash, baluuce on long time at 7
per cant Interest. See A. A
Traugott of Inland Empire Iteallty
Co. - 2-2 Stf.
KOH SALEPlanu In tirsl class con
illtlon. $7 cash. See W. .1.
Croxlur. Hums, Oregon. 3-1 8-it.
FOR SALIC Ono v were and flv
room houa. good outbuilding
Miiil.foiicoM, also 3lfc acre lu alfal
fa next tu river. Iutilre at tli'.s
FOR BALK- Karlv liairt seed or
tMl wheat. Ikslion llihb. Durns.
Oreg. 8 t.I-l-1
, - ..
During the ruld woullmr ear own-
m tlou'tt wo nonrrfusliig volution,
anil nvold rroxon radiators. It Is
sold at La in pub I re's Oarage.
Till. Itlllll'l'f f.'ll-ll IMIII'll III Ifltl
i. T. !.". H.. It -tot.'. IV u,il.. hi
For Sale 12 horse-power
traction ouglue and hay baler. A
bargain. W. A. Goodman. 1-3.
FOR SALE Tho James McManus
ranch In Sec. 13, I I, If., T. 2G S.,
It. 2i E., 320 acres, for tlCOO.00.
WRITE tho Co-op Store CnlcDu'll
to receive free Menil liuiidreil roch
bottom pilci-H of nitl-o. Ri-ady inlv-,
'tl paint &I gat. Pure Llnxec'd oil
$2.10. IMhjc tobacco H.V, I', leader !
W for 21 caiiN. Ladies irlmiiinl
lintN very latest xjylcs 'Ji.tW to HUMh
FOR SALE Todd Chock Proctector,
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umu riuiivuii nun i-u. iu iiuiu- j
Ington Stamlurd Typewriter, ,
Fred Williams, DuniH, Oregon.
1 i 0;S ,VOn sale A limited supply of No.
1 fence posts und gate posts. In
qulro at Geo. Haguy Store or G. J.
RKlltri;4i:NTIVK WANT Fi W
want a riVrusi'Utlve for l)uns aud
hurroiindlug territory to cull on
lnrmera and dalrymnn selllug aud:
iiaioiiiratftix a wall advertUod
fully gnaronleod Creum Supuralor.
A muii who is honest and will woi
oaji build up a nlco profllablo bail -
iiimw. For full particulars nddrois
Chas. 11. Walker, No. 8 Front St.
Portland, Ore. 3-(5.3t.
WANTED - - - Woman lo do lluht houm'
work nnd 'look nrter a Ilttlo child. I
No washing. Jnquro of C. W. 1
Lewis nt N. Drown & Sdnu storo
or phono O101.
Auto tools lu a lrowns can
vans case, botweeu Auntie Fryo h ;
home lu thu lower purt of town ;
aud The Times-Herald olllce. Tho 1
kit may have fallen off on Main I
street or the street in the south
purt of town. Finder leave at this!
norvlco and courteous
trcatinont will always bo accord
ed patrons of thu Uurns Hotel
Unrbur Shop, Ilntlui nt uny hour
of tho day. C, W. Simmpnj, Prop.
NOTXCK OF KHTKAY HALK
Notice Is hereby gven that the
Undersigned W, L. Host of Buntex,
Oregon did, nu tho first day of Febr
uary 1920 tnko up tho following do
scribed cstray, vise,, one three-year
old stoer, color rod, mottlod face
and branded with what appears to be
a qunrter clrclo 1 nnd an Indistln
gulshnblo mark to thu right of It on
left hip, marked with n crop oK tho
right ear nnd Hwallow fork In left.
That on tho 28th day ot February,
1D20 thu Justice ot thu Peaco for
Hums district Harney County, Ore-'
gou raado and entered an order that
tho sale of said astray be given by
publication in Tho Tliiiea-IIeratd, the
Mid Times-Herald being the County
official paper for Harney County, Ore
In pursunnco of this order . I wilt
on the 20th day of March, 1920 at
ten o'clock In the forenoon of said
day at public auction offer the said
ustray for sale to thu highest and
best .bidder for cash to satisfy tout
of taking up aud kuoplng and .ill ex
Said salu to take place on the
ranch of W. L. Hunt near Suntex,
In Harney County Oregon.
W. L. DUST
NOTICK OF I1IDS OX HOAD WO I IK
The County Court will rrcleve bids
on Contract work of building new
Diamond 0 ratio (Sldo Hilt (1 ratio),
until 9 o'clock a. in. Monday MarHi
22, 1920. Specifications may be tieon
at thu County Clurk''s o III no and mini
mi bids may be Mod at the Clerk's
Dated thU Oh day of March 1030.
NOTICE OF HIDH FOR WOOD
I N'.HVo hr- v ,.v.-n that tV.
. Court Vtvy .. r ruey ' in- w!i!
'tcwIvw b'd l firl 7. IBS. (m
rorrts tn nialt'-.' Pino wood ard
35 cord best quality Mahogany wood,
f dullv- i a he Court House
and High Scl-ool b.illiliug. in Ilurut,
Oregon, on or bororo Soptunibor 1,
1020. A IiomI w'll be roquusted,
and the Con ty Court reserves thu
rlL'lit to rnli-et aiiv or alt lililn.
! will be considered for cither or both
I kinds of wood.
' Kmilfil lilila liuiv ln liift ill Cnnnlv
Dated March ft, 1920.
IN THE CODNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR HAD-
In the matter of thu estate of
David Miller, dccoaied.
TO, Eva Pollock. Saila Warnlck, Ivan
KyntilHOii, llurliirt KynnlHOli,
Wllllu KyunlHon. Alice Nye. Ida
CcCahlau, Leinud Kyunlson, Lester
Palmer, Henry Palmer, Joaophinu
Palmer, Llllle Churry, R. A. Miller,
' YOU AND EACH OF YOU .ARK
, HEREDY CITKD TO APPEAR In the
I County Court of thu Statu of Oregon
for the County of Harney on the Cth
day of April, 1920, at ten o'clock In
the forenoon of that day to th'iu and
there show eaiifo, If any 4xfsl4, .vhy
the Judge of nu d Court shall not
iiiulco his order nuthoriziiig aud di
recting the Admlnlslrafor, as by law
rii'iulivd, to sail the real property
lii'luiiKHiK to I lit- ild nutate at pri
vate sale to tho bighost bidder for
cash In hand, and dunurlbod as fol
KVj of the V and NWM of tin
i NEH of soellou 8 and beginning at
the ouibOftt corner or tho SW'4 of
sitetlon 21? and running thonco wost
, 208.7 reel, tliouco north 417.1 reel.
IIhmico east 208.7 feet, Ihuncu south
-H7.4 feet to the piano of beginning,
jail of said land bo'ug In Twp. 21
south or Uango 27 K. W. M., Harney
and alt or Dlock I
lu Coopur'a Addition to thu Town or
WITNESS: tho Hnporablo II. O. Lov-
mis, Judge or the County Court or
thu State or Oregon for Harney
County with tho seal of aald Court
utllxud this 20th day of Fobruary,
Many people have an idea that the
eighteenth amendment to tho consul
tation doos not provont-tholr making
liquor lu thblr own homos for their
town prlvnto use, It tit thoy had best
dlsubuso their inlndH nt ouco of any
! Hitch fond Ideas, No porson lu al
lowed to distill liquor In lib; homo
either for himself or for any other
I porson.' It is a case of bandit otf
i(!pmplotp1y imi tlto panuUy for oit
'com'pHaitcQ ls tlruettfo.
NOTICK FOIl PUBLICATION
UNITED HTATHH IiANIl OFFICK
Hums, Oregon, February 25", 1920
NOTICE Is hereby given that Oliv
er F. Savage, of Durns, Oregon, who,
on Apcll 17, 1912, made Dosort-Land
Entry, No. 0G979, for NBV4, Section
0, Township 2G..8., Ilnngu 32 K
Wlllumutte Meridian,, ban tiled notice
of Intention to make Final threo-
yuar 1'roof as In ordinary homestoad
cusus, under act March 4, 191C, to
establish claim to tho laud above de
scribed, hofori Hoglster and De
ceiver, at Durns, Oregon, on the 29th
day of March, 1920,
Claimant names as witnesses:
W. Scott Haley. E. T. Haley
Narrows, Oregon, Ben Newman, and
J. T. Gibson, of Durns, Oregon;
V. O. COZAD Roglxter
NOTICK FOIl PUHIACATION.""
UNITKO STATES LAND OFFICK.
Durns, Oregon, March 13, 1920.
NOTICE Is .hereby given that Jer
ome O. Iloyt, of 721 Hawthorne Ave.
Portland, Oregon, who, on November
14, 1912, made Desert-Laud Entry,
No. 0"409. for SWVi, Sec. 3G, T. 25
S., Lots 2. 3, 4, Section 2, Township
2G S., Itutigo 28 K .Willamette Mer
idian, has hied notice of Intention to
initke Final Proof, by purchase un
der act of March 4, 191fi, to estab
lish claim to tho laud above describ
ed, before Hoglster and Deceiver, nt
Iturnii, Oregon, on the 19th day of
Claimant iinmes as witnesses:
Lm Davenport of Portland, Ore
gon, Albert TraiiKOlt, I'M ward Mor
gan, and Ulmltt Cote all of Durns,
V. 0. COZAD HeglHtor
ftMiTMn RTA't wa land office.
Hdrns. Oreoii. Marvb IS. 1020
NOTICK herbv given that
rti.irlr WRaon. of Dun.. Oregon.
wtio, on July I. 1914, inadw DMrt !
Lund F.nn No. 0794. for BKVi 1
UK',. Hw tton S. Township Sfi H . '
lianas u '... wiiiHiueiut merurnn. i
ha- tiled noiU'u of ItttaiUkin Ji) itmho
of April, 1920.
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Chits. Nocdhiim, Mnttio Wilson, A.
I). Halm, and Chas. iinckus, all of
V. G. COZAD. Register
FOH COUNTY .ll'HGE
announce myself as a
candidate for the olllcu of county
Judge, subject to the decision or the
democratic voters at the primary
election to ho held May 21, 1920.
GEO. D. II AG BY.
FOlt COUNTY Jl'IXJK
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the otllco of county Judge, sub
ject to the decision of thu republican
voters nt the primary election on
May 21, 1920.
R. T. IIUGHET
FOH COUNTY .H'DGE
horoby announce my caudadacy
for thu offlue of Jutlgu of Harney
county subject to the wlahw of the
democratic vutui'H ut tho primary
election on May 21, 1 1120.-
J. R. C001C
FOH COUNTY JUDGE
I horoby nniioutite myself as a can-
dldnto for County Judgo Hubjuct to
thu doujttlon or (lie republican voters
it tho primary qloctlon on May 21,
R L. 1IASS
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
llavltiu' couseutod to become a can
dldnto ror county Judco. subject to
the decision of tho republican voters '
of Ilurnoy county, nt tho primaries
nu May 21. 1920, I will stato that I
have no enemies to punish or friends
to reward, nor any "nx to grind",
but if elected will do tho right au I
see it, and will, as far as posslblo,
work in harmony with tho other
members of tho county board for tho
best Interests ot Haruoy county,
O, O. JETLEY
FOR COUNTY CLERK
1 hereby annouueo mysolf an n can
date ror tho olllco of county olorlc or
Ilurnoy county, stibjoct to tho wishes
or tho' domooratlo votors at tho prl-
jnnry ulootlou on May 21, 10020.
RALPH J, RIMER
Final Proof by purehaso umlor ard ' ru"Vu '"n"nn"'
puragrnph. act March I. 19ir,. to fubjoct to the deolHlon of the repub
estubllsh ulnlin lo tlio laud above il. vlrH at the primary election
mirlbed, before Register aud HmailV- 011 4M"' " l' ,.1"; , .,,.,,.
sr. at Durns, Oregon, on the 2IhI day JUM.n u. UAt.tn m.i..
FOIl COUNTY CLERK
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for county clerk subject
to thu wishes of tho democratic vot
ers at tho primary election on May
CIIAS. B. DILLMAN
I horoby announce myself as a
candldao to succeed myeolf as shorlff
of Harney county subject to tho do-
.clwlon of tho republican voters at tho
.primary oleclon on May 21, 1920.
W. A. GOODMAN
I hereby announce myself as a can
dldate for the Republican nomination
for Sheriff, at thu Primary Election,
May 21, 1920.
K. N.' MATHEWS.
I. hereby announce tnysolf as a
candidate for sheriff of Harney coun
ty, subject -to tho decision of the
voters of the Republican party at
the primary election May 21, 1920.
If nominated and elected I ahull
enforce tho laws to the best of my
W. CLARENCE LUCK BY
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for nomination as Sheriff,!
subject to the choice of the Ropubl
ran voters at thu Primary Election,
May 21, 1920.
J. W. CRAWFORD
To the Voter of Harney
Subject to tho nimroval of thu Ho-
'jiiiblleau Voters of Harnuy County.
! Oregon, I hereby announce myself
1 cfinniunia for oio Nomitiauon ot
iSufHff. i0 yotl on at the comlnj;
, Prlmnry Blectlon to 1 held Ma' 81.
It. L. HAINES.
1 hrtuy uituoiuico inysuir na n can
1 hereby announce uiysuir as a can
didate for tho ofllce of asseRHor or
Harney county subject to the decision
or the republican voters at the pri
mary election on May 21, 1920.
GEO. W. YOUNG.
FOH SCHOOL SI'PKRINTK.NRKNl
I hereby announce my candidacy
to succeed myself as school superin
tendent of Harney county, subject
to tho decision or the democratic ,
voters at thu primary election on May i
21, 1920. I
FOIl SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
I hereby announce myself as u
candidate for the olllce of Superin
tendent ot schools lu Hnruoy county
subject to thu decision or the Repub
lican voters at thu primary election
to ho hold on May 21, 1920.
MRS. MARY GRIFFIN
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Suhjoot to thu decision or thu dem
ocratic voters r Harney County I
hereby nunuuuoe myself u oandtdt
for tho uoutlnallon or District Attor ,
nuy ror Harney County nt thu pri
mary election May 21, 1920. '
GEO. S. SIZEMORE 1
To tho Republican votors of Hur
uuy und Miilhutir counties:. !
I horewlth submit my caudldacv
in Iiin ltnniilillciui voter: of Iliirnov 1
,and MulITour Countloa for tho noin
nation of Joint HoprcHentatlvu In the1
Oregon legislature lit 0u above dis
trict. i Should I bo nominated I will do-t
vote my bust energy and thought f
.fall. I.... . .... l ...n.ir
.eouriug iok annum in u -o 'lntTuTblg cities wo nolo that inen'a
bouollt o this part of tho stat.e, au.l.mU urfl ,InK U(lvorl,8lul llB ,ow uH
to tho statu ut largo,
P. J. OALLAQHER
S 1 K It Ii I N G the PAINTER
limine Painting Auto Painting
Sign nnd Pictorial Painting
INTERIOR DECOR ATI NO
PAPKRHANGINO. AND TINTINCI
FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP
Staining, Graining and Marbling
A lot or rorolgnors, it Booms, havo
roturnod to their native countries
because tho Unitod Stales Is too dry
ror thorn, They aro not or thu moat
doHlrable oIuhh or our foreign popula.
Hon. Now if tho vost of our objoc-
tlomibln ullons will annex a mighty
1 thrlflt and Hit to tho othqr side wo'll
omit' a gonulnu, wholoBonlod Mothpd
1st' "Amen," .
FOR JOINT HKVAXOR
I nook the republican nomlnailon
for Joint senotor for tho twonty-Hoo-ond
Senatorial District at the coming
If nominated and oloctcd I promise
to tho District an honest service and
will take my oath of offko unpledged
to any person or Interest.
I am a liberal and not a reaction,
n ry or radical; and especially so as to
public expenditures. Economy
should mean thrlftlness. Public ex
penditures demand a rcasonablo
promise of material and social bono
fit. Irrigation and drainage undor
special assessments; good roads; pro
tection of grazing lands and of the.
public range for tho good of the, live
stock interest as a whole; betterment
of mall service; improvement of fa
cilities of branch line railroads; ar
among the Important local needs.
Roads and postal service In country
districts are the only visible returns
from taxation, and tho burden of tax
ation should be fairly equalised
through these moans.
On tho foregoing statement I ask
the support of tho republican voters.
CHARLES W. ELLIS, Durns, Ore.
Sunday school 10 A. M. Send the
boys aud girls to Sunday school
Preuchlng at 1 1 A. M. Subject:
Sunday A. .M.
Hev. Morse or Portland, will
Preach Sunday at 1 1 A. M. In thu
Presbyterian Church. Will you hour
It I in ?
Ho has a gripping MesHtigu. ' '
D. S. HUGHS. Pastor
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Services nt 11:00 oV'nck.
Tho reading room 'lu tho church
Uitlfldo, Is open on Tuesday aud Fri
day from 2: 30 Jo 4:30 p. m.
Sunday School meutt on Sunday at
Pupils may bu admitted to ltd
olassos up to the ago or 20 y6nnu
Thu public Is. cordially Invited to
(ho Church Sevlces and to tho Headl
ine Room. ,
BACK TO N0RWAT
. The American Ico-skuting cham
pion, Uobhy McL'Mii or Chicago,
railed lo ilctoud his world tltlo in
a series of racos nt Chrlstlania,
Norway, ror n purse of $30,000. '
Tho photo above Is of tho Eu
ropean champion, Oscar Mntlilo
boii, who beat him, and wbo in
"races hero lust year was defeated
lilC aud $20, Must bo overstocked
with last year's crop and forced to
vTonvqIqp. mid Optician
Flue Watch Repairing a Specialty.