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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View This Issue
T II l'lMIlH-HEHA L I) II U It N H
, BARNMY COI'N'TV, O II It O O N
Hnturday, Hentoinlicr 25, H)2
IRRIGABLE and HAY LANDS
in neat l ui a lariiey v aiiey
now offered at
; . Ui
$30.00 to $110.00 an acre
All Within the Harney Valley Irrigation District
Large acreage cutting hay. All with water rights.
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PACIFIC LIVE STOCK COMPANY
WJicclnon a tr.irk diet
Sales Office at Barms.
NOTICK OK FINAL ACCOUNT
IN. THIS COUNTY COUUT OP TUB
STATIC OF OKKCJON FOK IIAU-
In tin matter of the Katntu of Mnttlo
A. (Iftrdiiur, deci'iixeil.
1 Notice Ih hereby kIvoii Unit ttio
uiulornlKtiod hurt filed iu final ac
count niut report in (ho above-named
Mtuti nntl Iho Court Iiiih ot tlio
hour of 10 o'clock In thu forunoou of
tiiu lfith iinv nf niii)wir- moil .... it...
nr. i i i.i.m. u iii.m nine, rtit'i thtf County Court room In
.' n Court Houho In Hum, Oregon,
Wiilhit-o Held Proves Tim. Tin- Ho. 1 " tk lhuo, for thu livarliiK of oh-
Called Huh Often Is Hvrry jvuhuhh io mu mimo anil (lie ttuttlu
1 Itt 111. t t li.tH.i n til . ..
Iiik over tho thought that ho had to
' ntuy at homo and mind tho kldn
while IiIm wife did tho voting-
what is . nrnv
SlilC 'THU IM'H'
There Ih ono iron In thin coiinry
whrli never Imhiomm x;lnr,.. Thy
ilcfontvd oiiudldutu m nlwnH nlilu tj
prdducu an allltl. '
Inch a Mini
What la n Dub? In tho parlance
of tho Hubmrsed tenth It Ih a man I
who KiirceedH In muddlliiK overy-j
thltiK with which ho comes In contact
and who Ih unablo to do nnythlimj
rlshl. It alio hureohIh one who doc
Mk work carulenHly or Indifferently
yon hoar of people "dubbing along"
nt Homo given tank. Probnbly tho
bout ayuonym for dub Ih what U
commonly known iih "a poor flnlu" , In tho Circuit Court of tho Htato of
Anyway, If you want to find what! Oregon for I laruyy County.
a dub Ih roully like, hop "Tho Hub." j """,u J- .mckiiiiuh,
tho picture In whluh Wnllaco Itulil . v
will appear at tho Liberty Theatre Mott V. Dodgo,
next Wednomluy. Oddly enough. In Defendant.
ed are herobv notified, in rn Mi..ir
obJectloiM In wrltliiK If any uuch
theru be, on or huforo mild dute, and
to uppcar and content uuld final tic
count If objcctloiiN theru bo.
Dated Soptuinber 1.1, 1020.
C'lIAHMiH W. KM.ia
AdmlnlHlrator with tho Will Annex
ed. lHt l'ub. Hrtpt. 18th.
f.tlt l'ub. Oct. 16th.
NOTICIC TO CltKHITOIIH
tho oud, tho Mtar provim that ho hurt
i dob after all and the Htory roundH
out Into a decidedly InteroHtlnr
xrltj!! of eompllcattonx with a nur
niHliiK f In IhIi .
And tlmro Ih lovo In It. No dub
NOTICIJ IS IIKHKIIV OIVKN that
tho uiiilemlKiied Iiiih been iltily up
pointed Itomnvor of (ho pnrtnurnhlp
oNtato of DodK AloICInnln, and Hint
all purnotiK havliiK rlalnm n;uln,U tho
hiiiii partforhlp otatn nro hereby
UOtlded to tirOMOIIt Iheni to Hut mi.
dominoed within thirty duyn from thu
Wo Inivo never beforo heard of 'a ,
thief holm: crazy, but wo have ur-
ImiH doublH an to Iho Hiinlty of tin;
fellow who Ktolu $200 worth of car
pouter tool. N n mlHflt In t It In
Home people firmly believe that
"Ih't Lord will provide." Ilu will,
but he Won't take It to them.
The Cletrac Keeps Going
Wet, boggy and slippery ground stops work
animals and most power units but not the
This sturdy tank-type tractor hauls heavy loads over boggy,
rouph or hilly ground in any weather. Its broad metal
tracks prevent "miring" and "bogging."
Dependable the Cletrac tackles the stiffest' job on at
moment's notice and works steadily all year 'round. It's on .
top of every job right through the year from plowing and
listing in spring to sawing wood and clearing roads in
winter. Develops 12 H. P. at the drawbar and 20 H. P. on
The nlt-purposr. Clctrnc does more work than four to ciht horses
saven their care and feed bills, too end a hoy can run it.
V.0111C in and iook tins tractor over. See for yourself its sturdy con
struction. Let us show you what it will do for you on vou'r own
farm or ranch.
Universal Garage Co.,
BURNS ' OREGON
.,n xfl , . . 1 . imiK"." "iiniii in riy uayn irom UK
,'old fall to et mixed up In a love , (!al(. of tll(. nnU pUul,..lt,0II
r.PVr. In tact, hoiiiu people huv that
to be a dub one intuit bo In lovo;
othnrs nay that If you nro not In love
you nro a dub. Anyway you put It,
tho Kubjol't Ih InturoHtlnj;.
James Cnuo directed the picture
with William Ilorwltz iih IiIh iiHslHt
nut. Nina liyrou hi thu IdiuIIiik
woman and the cunt iiicluricK many
favorten of tho LnHky Htock orKanU
atlon. Will M. Ultchey wrote thu
xoouarlo from a mtiRuzIno Htory by
HIOH LIVING COST
I'ltOHLK.M IH KOLVKH '
Air. and Mw, Carter IU: llavru
IVove It In Teanlnjc Tim Soil"
which In d'tted Ain:unl :th. lU'JO
NOTICK IS HKUICJJY ?V HTIIICIt
liti;;i that the II tin I hear m at until
rccoetverHhlp mutter will ho had In
nuovo eutmeii court and ciiiihu on
Monday. October th. 1H20.
Tli l.i notice Ih kIvoii bv nublirn
lion onco e:ich wook for a period of
four cotiHi'cutlvo' weokH purnuunt to
an oritur of thu Hon. Dultou IHvh
JudK'o of tho Circuit Court of tho
aiuio ot uregon for Harney Coun
ty, made mid entered in above ontltt
eu kUlt ou AURUH ISth, 1920.
Flrnt publication Aug. 28th. 1920
LuNt publication Bopt. 2Cth, 1920.
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NOTICK FOII I'UIILICATIO.V
It has bcou Kolvud at lant the
hlxh cohI of llvltiK problem! Mr. and
Mr. (!arter Do Haven "hIkiw tho way
at In their now delightful Para-
tioui.t mlrth-provoker, "Toi.hIiik tho Section 18, TowtiHhlp 21 8 HaiiKO
' whh'ii win ne hiiowii ai iiu i.tu- n. Yviuamotio .Meridian, haH lllud
arty Theatre next WodnoHduy. Hut, "H "f Intontlon to make Final
their .solution of tho problem Ih oiio
UNITKI) 8TATKS LAND OP KIRK
Huron. Oregon, Buptombcr 2, 1920
NOTICK Ih hereby given tbat
CJeorKtt J. UIIIIiikh, of llurnn, Oregon
who, on October 5, 1016, nmdo
HomeHtcad Kntry. No. 08379, for
LotH 2. .1. BKUNWU. NBHWU
that may not ho utilized by many
yotim; mitrrled coupler.
'1'hoy trade tholr protty city homo
for a farm with cowh and ehlokonH
and movo out to II vo off of tho fat of
tlm. laud. Hut thoy find It a totiKh '
jiropoaltlon to K't tho "fat" out o.'i
tho land. They "toano tho hoII" all
l'lKht, but tho hoII tea0H thorn wnrao
and they como to find out that thoy
iro "tho Koata."
TIiIh two rool HpiiHtn of jpilrtlt wiih
i"lnicted hy Charles J. Pafrott, from
vim Htory by Keoiio ThompHon,
Will trado for typewriter, " or"oll
cheap, ono CornlHh OrKuu, In first
cIuhh oondjtlon. Ahio have- othor
furnltuiv. luijulre Phono 20F0,
or P. O. 15ox 28G, Hurn.i, Oreuoii.
fJnoak Rontly of thu fraUtloH of
otliom mid perhupii thoy will ho Jcus
critical of yon,
three-year Proof, to untahlluh elulm
to tho laud above dcucrlhotl, before
KegiHtor nun Itecolver, at Htirna, Oro
Boii. on the fiih iljiy of October, 1D20.
. Clalmunt natnuH ih wHiiohhoh:
Carl Kohl, Clyde Mulkoy, Mellle
Parhor. and Curllu Parker, ojl of
V. O. COZAI). ItUBlbt'cr.
W ANTIC D Could uho man nnd wife
on ranch forKonoral work and
cqok, Wood wagon. AppllcantH
with children not denlrud, Mru.
VuxMu .Smyth, Diamond, OrnRon,
When a iiroposPIou In cart led by
I no wtyndur mar;iu o! one vol", oyory
UJlojv who ui )portetl it coifHderx
tnitl iu vaj tli-) Jecldlui; fiulor.
Wo confidentially look for n heavy
Iiictchho. In tho male vote at tho No
vombyr election, No spirited man
wnutH lo huvo li Ih n'olt'hborH chuckll-
Why We Recommend this Tire
to Local Motorists
Only by selling you a tire that makes good to
your entire satisfaction can we hope to have ypu
come to us again for tires.
On that basis we recommend the Horse-Shoe Tire.
We know that your experience with Horse-Shoe
Tires will be similar to that of a million motorists,
scores of great corporations and many municipalities
that use Horse-Shoe Tires exclusively, because they
give more miles of service at a lower cost per mile.
It is vital to our business progress that you be
satisfied with the tires we sell. When you are
ready, we shall be glad to tell you more about the
dependable Horse-Shoe Tire and what it will do
I. S. Geer & Co.
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