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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1920)
T II H T I M K H - II K It A li O
It N H , HARNEY ohUKTVi ORBOON
Hatarday, May 20, lDa,
FOll Hltt HTORY IN
'T1IK, MIItACLK MAN"
Crooks in Clover ln Dramatic
Gcorgo Loano Tucker
From tho sordid slutnn of Now
York's Chinatown to tho grandeur of
lilgh mountains and tho majesty of
the ocean thnt is tho.raugQ of tho
i-jttJng In "Tho Mlrnclo Man,: a bljr
row Paramount-Artcrnft picture,
reduced by Qcorgo Loano Tuckor.
vhloh Is coming to tho Liberty
tlioatrq noxt Thursday ntid Friday
Tlit), Kauio cxputiMvonuss of vision i&
rollcoted In tli)) absorbing Rtory,
rltlon by Frank L. Packard, later
dramatized by Oeorgu M. Colmn, au'l
'. .oduood with t.trlklug success on
.'I ho central figure Ih a whlto-hnlr-cil
patriarch, who llvos In tht hllU
tioar tho s"ii ami who has reputed
liowor to heal tho sick and crippled.
om nurko and his band In tholr
i iuut In tho Now York underworld
roud of hbO miracle- ami1 conceive
tke Idea of capitalizing them for tholr
(wti train. Bo they ro to the town
vaerolho old man Uvea and framn
p-n a Bilrnlco for him. To their but
yriso thoy discover thnt he really
fiosKesso tho healing powers uccrcd
Ived to liloi,
In. ft... linliAfliiiiMl I...
flvmnco of their now onvlrmont there ccood, " In. live with and the McKenile twin.
Is worked a tratiHformatlon In tho r,ch ,raan' Dut , th ' chJf9.un" The Picture was dlrectc.' by
hearts or tho crooks that makes Itoso Imi"' who H,com8 ,tho .,ovur Ogo Molford, who was assisted by
tttp BaiiRiter'K beautiful decoy, tho nrHt' 1,00,1 "howH Jauo u,Bt hU T"1'- Claude Mitchell. I'aul Porry was tho
charming girl she In at heart, that 'l,os nro Mot l,,u ,)ent am' 8 can't catneramnn. Tho Mtory wbh wrltlon
troUo a farm hand out of a dopu
Commont advertises a place. Adver
tising putH uri 6n tho tnup, Lot'i
mako thin town clean,
Frtoti JbUIp in many cuaen In only
Sunday school 10 A. M. Bond the
boya and girls to Sunday Reboot
Preaching at 11 A. M. Suhjoct:
II. 8. HUO108, 1'HHtor
GflltlHTIAN HCIKNCK HOCIET1
Serviced lit 11:09 oVUk.
The rending room In tho church
Edlflco, Ih opon on Tuesday 'and Fri
day from 2:ao to 4 : no p. ro.
Sunday School niuuu on Sunday at
PupllH may bo ndmlttod to IU
Parses up to tho ugu of 20 yearn.
Tho pubtlo la cordially Invited to
tho Church SuvIcoh and to tho Head
ing Iloom. ,
Loo Wilson, Kffle Wilson of IIIr Claimant names as Wltiiwi
rt I I . . 1 ...II- .1 .
I'iiiuv. uruumi uuurKO nuiuuuirui mm i. n. imrHinivinn. nm i.
unarms iillUKiis oi iinrruwn, wh'kuh, ivicKensio, or Narrows,
V. 0. COZAD Iloglntor.
NOlICK OF I'UBMCATIO.V
UNITBD STATRS1 LAND OFl'iCH
Durnn, OreRon, May fft, 1920.
NOTICJC in herohy Rivon that Shor
inaii Long, of HurnH, OrcROti, who,
on Octobni 215, 1915, made llom-j-stoad
Kfit'ry, No. 08.402, for NW4.
N48W,, SWSYVVi, Section 32,
TowiiKhlp 21 S ItanRO 33 K., Wlll
amotto Meridian, haa filed notice of,
intention to mitko Final three-year
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, before RoRlnter and
Uocclver, at Ilurns, OrcRon, on tho
23rd day of Juno, 1820.
Claimant named 'ail wtneflsex:
James Plrlo, Ira Mahon, Cecil Irv
Ipr, and T. Alton Jones all of Huron,
V. O. C025AD, ItcglHtor
NOT1CH OF I'UIILICATION
vyunon, or nig
t ft iWn ,i. .
? .v. urn
. 1IAITIHT CI! UlU;i I
Illble School at 10 A. M.
Preaching at 11 o'clock.'
KvonliiR. Servjce at, 1:30,
Prayer mootlnR Thursday, T. 30 P.
M.v, Hev. J. J, Tlckner, Taster. ItoliLoon.
Notice" north oft Court HoHse, Phoiun 120.
NOTICK OF PUHLICATION
ilayilowpx Pkotciplay Corporaticya 'Pre Re tits'
I by IMlth Kennedy. Miss Martin Ih
M L J
t'NITKD- STATUS LAND OFFICK
IJuniM, Oregon, May 20, 1020.
NOTJCK Ih horoby Riven that- 1)0
Wilson, of Mr Kddy, Oregon, who,
on July 12, 1011, mado Desert
Land Kntry, No. 0'CC37, for H,4
NW'i, BW'JXBft. 8cction 2?,
TowiiHliip 2d S., ItariRe 31 14., WIU
nmuttn Merldlhu, has filed notice of
Intention to make Final Proof, by
purchase under 3rd paragraph, Act
March '4, 101 G, to establish claim to
tlvo land above doscrlbed, beforu
IUiRlitter and ItecHver, tit lIurnH,
on tho '22H4 day of Juno,
with a Rood
Yoti will be delighted with ttt
way they do thilr work
L'NTTKD HTAtMH IiANI OFFICF.
nurns, OrcRon, May 28, 1920
NOTICK Ih htireby Riven that
George WhllliiR, of Ilurns, Oregon,
who, on Juno 4, 1919, made Home
stead Kntry, No. 001CS. for'Wtf, Sec
2fi and KURtt, Section 26, Town
ship 20 8., RanRo 30 K.,.WIIlamctto
Meridian, has (lied notice of Inten
tion toi make Final Tliree-year Proof, J
to establish claim to' tho land above
described, before Register and Uo
cclver, nt IIurtiH, Oregon, on the 3rd
day or July, 11)20.
Claimant names as wIIiw'hhoh?
Itnlph Penbody, ICIlon WliltinR,
Frank Whiting, and Ida Whiting all
of Hums, Oregon.
V. O. COZAD, IteRlster
Inland Empire Realty Co.
A A TWt AU0nV livvtotMr
REAL ESTATE '
PIisrc 30 r!G13S Barns, OregN
Ci.wid, and Onully, brings out the but
ler nature of even the hardened,
toblatlcated Tom Burku himself.
Iiv tho Uanda of awch cupuble urtlsts
Thomiw Mclglutn, Kllnor Fair,
Joefih J. .OowlinR, Hetty Corapson,
mid olJinrs of slmllur merit, this
jKnverful story becomes a vital, llv,
Tag thing uud one of tho greatest
dnuiiutli! spectales tho screen has
o V t
GEO M COitAM
help but compuro him to Mickey, to
the tatter's favor. In the end we set)
Jane and Mickey happily united.
Vivian Martlu Is a vivacious uud
appealing Jane. This Is announced
uu one of the strongest and most
dramatic stories little Miss Martin
has had in some time, Nlleu Wolch
playH tho reh young man and Cnssoii
Ferguson Ih Mickey Donovan. Iloth
are young actors of sploudld ability,
tpomswoo(iH Aituou porlrays an
eldorly playwright and HorhoYi
NOTIOIi FOll PUHLICATION.
rNMTKD STATKS LAND OFFICK
HuriiH, Oregon, May 27, 1020.
NOTICK Ih hereby given that
JiUiiCH llnndersnn, of Narrows, Ore-I
...... ...l... .... ...... i f . n a
KClli Willi, (III .1111) -II, IUIU, lllllll"
Desert-Laud Kntry. No 047rr. for
Hi:U, Section I). Township 2G H I
itaug.j :tl i: Willamette Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to mako
Final Proof, by purchase under 3rd
paragraph. Act. March 4. 191fi. tu
establish claim to the laud above do-
scribed, before Heglnter and Receiv
er, at Ilurns, Oregon, on tho 28th
day or June, 1920.
Claimant nam en as witnesses:
No RlaCy ehta te-ahow iTn h
f'Cta In mlUdy'a conialexlni i ,
fpi nrl.ht sunlight I. lo be n "
trt through Iscy Mmsals in4
Jlmsy veilings. Th.rt VkshI
H that la new a Mrasal vn
IVnt. i,OV,m h,, '" SI
Kveu one lone man can do much
for the community In which he lives,
but when all men pull together Hutu
(Is no end to the possibilities,
-.IANK OOKS A-WOOINfJ"
ll(IANCK AND THUTII StandliiB Is Derondo, a theatrical The wise mun takos a hint In time.
. manager. Others who are reported The fool regrets" when too late.
Vhluii. .Martin Has .Kvcelleiit Hole to do excellent work are Helen Dun- . s
In Neiv Paramount , bar, Ilyrdlno Zuber, Clyde Houhou, A clean town creutes comment.
.V combination of realism and ro
nianjio. Ih offered in Vivian Mart'ln's
uow Paramount picture, "Jane Goes
s-Wyolng," which will bo presonted
rt the Liberty theatre next Wednes
day, Vivian Is seen au a courageous
Mttlo Irish girl who is left with tho
are of her twin slstora when her
father, who Is an Irresponsible vaga-,
uond, deserts and leaves hi tlree,'
t hlldron destitute,
Mickey Donovan, who runs tho
tVhito House lunch cart, wants Jauo
Jo marry lilm, but Juo doe3 not
are enough for Mickey, Sho seta
4ut (o mako a living heraolf and sho
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IRRIGABLE and HAY LANDS
in the heart of Harney Valley
now offered at
$30.00 to $110.00 an acre
All Within the Harney Valley Irrigation District
Large acreage cutting hay. All with water rights.
Sales Office at Burns.