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fURMAN & BRUNEI
Physicians and Surgeons
Eye Examinations for Glasses
by appointment when possible
DR. B. P. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
coat residence, Dr. Grlflth'a for
mer home. Phone Ne. 14
J. XXX. CHARY
Pliralclan anit Surgeon.
Burns, - - - Oregon.
Ire on second door Tonawama BMg
Thouo Main 8.
Physicians and Surfleens
smwered promptly night or day
li. E. HIBBARD
ID 3ST T I S T
OlHee first diw.r eat photo Knllery
CHARLES -W. ELUIS
jBurns, - - Oregon
Wtlcei In the State (Courts iitul lm
ttllm U.S. Und Ollico.
HERMAN VON SCIIMALZ
Attorney at Iaw
klntian l prnittli'u bufuru U. H. I.au.l
Ollk-c a iwcialty
Mcf! Kiy lllil);. next door to piMt odliv
C'hns. 1 1. J-.oonaitli
Attoiinky at law,
reful utt'Mitioii givttn to CoIIeo
i ... i if
.ions iiiiu nun i i'.hihiu uiaiiurH.
V I tro IiiHiirnnro.
BRUCE R. KESTER
Attorney at Law
m4 Office Practice
Lua Sen's, tor Sale
M. A. BIGGS
Attorney at Law
L0. 0. F. Illdg., Burma, Orta
Fin BasUa Vkmr?
Sunday school beglnnla. at 1:41,
7rahlngat 11 'clock:
Waning worship beglaalng at 8
pyer rasetlng aa Tharadsy 8Ta-
"rerybody Is Invited to attend the
JOHN F. MODLKT, Pastar.
flA.V HCIUffCH 8OO1I0T1
8nlces rtt ll:0B oVinek.
reading room in the church
"Hee, la opon on Tuesday and Frl
yttou 2:20 to 4:30 b. m.
Unity School meets on Sunday at
puplU may be admitted 'to Its
61 Up to the are of 29 Years.
The public Is cordially Invited to
1 march SoYlcoa and to the Read.
Py Bekool 10 a. la.
I0 11 a. at.
Vt peoplt Meetlag 7:3t f. m.
rr, a aa.
Wild. Hvanlnv 1 - - - ....
?r nioeuilg s n, m.
-v. uho. WARD, Pastor.
Bible Bchtml at 10 A. M.
Preaching services at 10
10 A. M.
Cliarcli of Uio Holy Family
Dally Mass. 7 a. m
Chlldron's Moss, Saturday, 8:30
t. m. Istructlon nftnr mmm
Sunday Main and sermon, in 'in
Slok cells nt any tlmo.
HKV. FATHER FRANCIS, O. F. M.
UKV. FATHER THOMAS.O? F.V
NOTION FOB PUBLICATION
UNITED 6TATE8 LAND OFFICE.
Burns, Oregon, October 0, 1918.
Notice Is hereby given that Odl;l
r.)e,nJj;. of Kill. Oregon, who, on
July 7, 1911, made Homestead Entry
2te-,,Z!,, WW, i Sec. 28;
uection s, Town-
ultln OS 3 ! At n t,.i
MldtonT hMfllK notice of .St. on
;to maice nnal IbPiu-yeur Troof, to
03tnbIUh claim to tbo land above
I described, beforo Register mid Ho
.ceivor, nt Burns, Orcgdu, ou tho 12th
il n u n 9 ........ I..... n . m
, uu ui iiuiuiuuur, 11' IV.
Clulmant names as wltnesson:
Luthor J. Addlngton, Albort W.
wagnor, Carson a. Walters, and Hob
crl L. Hitttoii, all of Egll, Oregon.
V. O. COZAD, Regtstor.
.OTICH FOR PUHLIOATION.
UNITHI) 8TATK8 LAND OFFICW.
Hums. Oregon. Suptumbor 2C, 1910.
Notice Is hereby kIvoii that Kmma
I. l'eturjon. of Kgll; Orogou. who, on
November 14, 19H, mudo Uonivstoad
Kntry No. 07832, for NBVJNWU.
iNWU.SBUNWK. NBU8WU. Sec.
23, Township 25 8 Hango 26 K.,
Wlllametto Meridian, has filed notice
of Intontlon to amko final threuyunr
Prof, to establish claim to the land
; above described, before Heglstur and
llecelver, at Hums, Oregon, on the
4th day of Novemhor, 1919.
'Claimant names us witnesses:
Delia Volmor andvWIIIIuu llurd
well, both of Hums, OregoH, atid John
Kirk and Peter Peterson, both of
V. a. COZAD. HegUtar.
NOTICE FOU PUIll.KWriO.V.
United States Land Ortlca nt
JJuriiH, Oregon, Heptembcr 29, 1919,
Notice Is hernby glvun thut Archlo
McGowuu, of Hums, OruKon, who, ou
October 2)3, 1912, mudo DtMurMuud
Entry. No. 00388. for 8jNV.
, Lots 3 and 4. Soctlon 2, Towiirihlp 23
S ItunRO 25 i:., Willamette Meridian,
has (Hurt notice of Intontlon to uiuke
I fluul Proof, by purcliuie under para
(graph 3, Act March 4, 1915, to ostab
lUhllsh claim to tho land above du
scribed, before HogUter and Hecelvor,
at Burns. Oregon, ou tho 5th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Bmmett Johnson, Fred Sturgess,
Woodle L. Best, and Homer Cecil, all
of Suntez, Oregon.
V. O, COZAD, Heglstur.
NOTIGM FOR PUI1UCATION.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICB
Bursa, O'regon, September 17, 1919,
Notice Is hereby given that Marjory
J, Potter, ef 8aa Diego, California,
who, or Jaly 19, 19H, made Desert
Land Hntry. No. 0910. for WV4
SWhi. SKKNWV4. NVsSWW. Sec
tloa 29, TowHshls 2 Range IS
B.. Willamette Meridian, has lied
aotle ot intention to make f aal proof
bv curckaM ander Srd paragrapa
Aat March 8. 1916. to eaUklUa elalm
to the Ua aaeve aeeerlhed, aalora
RMUisr ssd Receiver, at Burns, Or-
aoa, en the 3rd day ef Nevemhar, .
Claimant Barnes as witnesses:
Will Redemaa, of Bend, Oregon,
udw. !! and John W. Kirk, or
Bgll. Oregon, and W. T, Lester, of
V. O. COSJAU, negisier.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UN1TBD HTATEH LAND OFFICE
Burns, Oregon, October 23, 1919
NnTifiE ia hcraby idvon that Viola
withaW. w.Mow of John M. Wit ham,
deceased, of Baker, Oregon, who, on
July 1, 1016, pfrtdo Homestoad En
try, No. 08020, for a ft n. op
tion , Township 24 8., Rango 32 E.,
Willamette MerWlan, haB filed notice
of Intention to make final three year,
Proof, tcV establish clulna to tho land
above described, $oforo Roglster and
Receiver, at Burns, Oregon, on the 24
day of November, 1919.
Claimant names ,
n i.. Oasch. R. B. Allen, Albert
Wood, and Bella Wood, all of Burns,
V. O, COZAD, Register
l"uun uuukt Or TllH
0. Culver Pago, Plaintiff,
Madison Ulclmrdson and Ruby Itlch
arusou, as children una minor
holru of Henry lllchurdson. do
ennsod: Ooorctla A. Wnst. an un I
holr at law of Mav A. Ovorinn. iln.
ceased, and John Doo West, tior
hUHband; tho unknown holr of
May A. Overton, decoasod; the un-
Known devlsoos of May A. Overton,
docoased: and ulso nil olhnr nor.
sons or purtios unknown claiming
any right, title, estate, Hon, or In-
toroit In tho real estate described
In the cotnplalut heroin:
To tho unknown heirs of May A,
nvertou, doceasod; the unknown
uoviseea or nay A. Overton, do-
any rla-ht. title. etatM. linn, op i...
- . . - -
In Ihn rnmnl.ln. l,arnl. nf IK.
.hnv. t.m.i nf.iiu.
IN TUB NAUB OF TUB ST ATM OF
uu hi a uoi qiij reuuireu'io dudii
auu auiwer ine comDiaiBi nieo
aln. vnn In M,. ...I.
on or bofore Tuesday tho 18th day of
NOVEMBER 1919, the same being
the last day of tho tlmo provided in
:r : ,v r. r.1-; ;
wa Duiuiiiuiin in aiiiiv nuii iiu lunui
i.u ....t. 11 1 1 .s t m ..
should fall ho to appear uud answer
said complaint, for want thereof, tbo
Miwt wu w iiuuiiuIUII. HIIU 11 JUU
I'luiiiiiii mil un; iu inu iiiiii iui
i,.i...ir .will . m m ui. 1 ,1... .
the relief prayed for In said com
rur me uecreo 01 mo auovo-eniiiico
Court In plalntlff'H fuvor nulotltiK hU
For the decree of tho ubovootitlllrd
title to Lots One nnd Eight In lllook
Forty.nlne In tho Second Addlllon
to the Town (now City) of Hiirni
Huriiuy County, Oregon, and niljudg
IllL' tlmt nlulntlrf U tin. nol. Ii.lmI mill
ouultablo owner In f0'slmnh of said
lots and promises and every purt
thereof, and thut derondautH have
not, nor haj olthor of th u, utiy ea
tato, right, title, lieu, or lntirest
whatever In or to said loU or prom
Ues, or any part thereof; that defend
ants, and each of thorn, be forivor
enjoined and debarred from ainn'Mnn
any claim whutover In or to' said lots
or premises adverse to plulntltf. una
that If defendants, aud each of tuoui,
do not specifically not forth such
claim or elalms as they contoud to
have In this suit, that then such
claims bo held for naught and void;
that the deed from James K. Stephens
to T. W. Stephens and Henry Rich.
. t .. . . , il..., f nl. .
and Mav A. Overton and their uraii-
teoit and successors In Interest was
ami Is. as to tno said lots una i.rom
Ism huruln described, of no force and
effect either In law or equity j and for
such other and further relief of iren-
oral nature m may soem Just and I
proper to grunt, and for tho costs
uud dlsbiirtiemetits of this suit.
You will further take uotlee that
thU summons la ttorvnd upon you
by liuhllcatlou by virtue of an order
of the Hon. Dultou Hlggs, Judge of
tlioOIrcnlt Court of Uio Stute of
Oregon, for Hurney County, which
order w;h mudo and datod on the
20th duy of September 1919, audi
directed that this summons he pub1
llshnd In The TImos-Horald, a weekly
nnwspuper printed aud published lu
Burns, Oregon, once each week for
elx successtvo weoks, und tho date of
the first publication of this summons
Is October 4th, 1919, as ordered, ana
the last publication will be ou Novem
ber 16th, 1919.
CHARLKS W. KLLI8,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Having residence and post Bus
addreaa at Burns, Oregon.
1st Pub. October 4th.
7th Pub. November 16th.
NOTICE OK FILING OF FINAL
IN TUB COUNTY COURT OF TUB
8TATB OF OREGON.
FOR HARNBY COUNTY.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Iaaac Foster, deceased.
Notice la hereby given that the an-
derala-aed executrix has filed her Fl-
Bi Account ia the above entitled
matter, and that the Coart has eet
Monday, the 17th day of November,
1919, at tea o'clock A. m. ai tne
County Judge's omce la Buras, Har
ney County, Oregoa, as the time and
place for hearing objections thereto,
Dated at Burns, Oregon, this 6th
day of October. 1919.
Executrix of the estate
and the last will and
testament of Isaao Foster,
A. F. B. George, of La won, Oregon,
Uas tho Belling agoncy for the "Lubri
cant Carbon Roraovor for Harney and
Grant counties. Rollable purchasers
may take a can and try It. If It
doesn't do everything claimed for It,
return It and the purchase money
will be refunded 10-36
FOR 8ALB Almeet aew plaao,
Iaqatre of Mrs. B. O. Reyavaaa, tele
'r!i? Robert Olon rj.Bc!. in Section
x aa H Il.aM H.. for uli ill
For Bale 700 lb. Tubular suction
feud Slmrnfoss Cream Senarutor
- "oary ov.Chas. Wilson.
I FOR SALE About CO tons of
"tmw, rood corrals, well water and
300 nvrtik Kood pasture. Also (100
wro of good bunch grasH pasture.
inquire ni mis omco. li-i
ruu James Mcivianus
Tanch ,a 8oc- 13 1G- T 8.,
- K- acres, for $1000,00.
Four reglstorod Jennots for buIo
registered Jack at staud, Wilhors
iinnnh. lUmnv nr,i.n..
. op s' ho eooklag range.
i in aTiai isaiit nnii iiam
-V OW 4. A. IVrumnOll
I"1" un""-i uarage. .
RRRH HP ATM
i uwn ,mni, . .
... ""WW run ilflliK,
sSi0, "prt" Kyo .ff
Frh lteart' Wheat nc'
mi-oow. imms, or. 10.25
f Instil tfanl wM . Vl
N,H"0, ' ftr.," MoUnY;,
"i ? n n..r. ' Pit-offlce
FOR SALE 300 bushels of seed
rye. 4M cents. QKO. PARSONS.
u'arm Hnrlnirs Vallev
I.nitt. Rnt.irrtn v nlli. nn . I. ft vnnit ,
betwoon hero and Crane, vln iinrnnv.
n brown "hug-me-tlght" sleeveless
sweater: Initials O: D. II. In white
yurn on roverse side. Finder will
receive n aultabto reward If left at
I this offlce.
LOST Stoel nauttre botween the
Bell A ranch aud Alox Hanlov's
ranch. Suitable rewurd for Its
return. GEO. W, YOUNG, 101 ltf.
Chester Carter lost a drab colored
rain cout between his home and tho
post onico last summer. Finder will
be suitably rewarded If It Is returned
to htm. 101 1 St.
v luuy s oiacx niuun coat was
found recently on tho road and wns
urougut to this olllco this week.
vjwner may nave same by cnlllnr nnd
Identifying the cout uud paying for
PIANOS FOR RENT
Piano in cxrollont shape for rent
ror uio winter months. Apply J.
renews. For Information Inquire at
i no rimea-iioraUl office. 10-4
rrompi service an 'J courteous
treatment will always bo accorded
p.Mrouc of the Burns Hotel Barbor
Shop. Baths at any ' hour of the
dny. O. W. Simmons, Pro.
The Tlmes.Herald Job prlntlue Do
purtment will take care of all your
PRINTS for particular people. The
Times-Herald Press, Burns, Ore.
FOR RENT Three rooms suitable
Main street. Inquire at this office or
for light housekeeping, one block of
phone W133N2. 10-4tf.
HAY FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE WANTED
The Greatest Mother Turns to
THE THREE CROSSES
The Iron cross Is black as death and
hard as human hate;
Tho wooden cross la whlto and still
and whispers us, "Too Late,"
But the Red Cross sings of life and
love nnd hearts regouorato,
The Iron cross Is a boastful cross and
marks tho wur-nisd stavo;
The wooden cross Is u dumb, dead
cross and marks a hallow grave,
But the Red Crois reaches nut its
units to solace and to save.
Tho Iron cross Is a kaiser's cross and
narrow Is Its clan;
The woodon cross Is a soldier's cross
and mourns its purlltmu,
Hut the Hod Cross Is the Cross or One
who served his fullowuiuii,
Kdinoml Vanco Cooke.
"V,!M " 1,0,lar ' "oU 1 ro1"1 nlul
"aPI'l"-, coupons the rest of tho year.
The Hed Cross sefvlco flag, Intllcnt
lug iiitimberHhlp In the ;reut orguulzu
tlon of uiuiuy, will appuar agulu In
November In ovory window In the
Northwest, lu ovory furmhouso, in
ovury elty home, lu the cabins of
homesteaders, In tho huts ot flshor
men In fur Alasku, will, appear this
symbol of uffillatlou with the one great
organization that knows no politics,
no distinction of creed, no high, no
low but unites the hearts of all for
service to follow-raen. The window
servlco flag this year has one more
stripe than last year, indicating three
years of membership In tho Red Cross,
REI ORISS NIHSE
UYES CHEER AT LEWIS
For the Red Cross, the war did sot
end with the armistice, and even yet
there are thirty thousand soldiers and
sailors atlll under treatment la army
and navy hospitals, The Red Cross
convalescent house at Camp Lewis
stands next to home Itself In the at
factions of hundreds of boys who, sick
or wouuded, looked forward to the day
when they might leave the bare and
pheerless ward la the base hospital
and spend part of each day enjoying
Its easy chairs, Its music, Its books,
its pictures, ana us good cneer; Even
now, a year after the armistice, there
are overseas men, patients at Camp
Lewis, not yet well enough to be dis
charged, who sit before the great tire
place theso autumn days, thankful that
The Oreatest Mother Is atlll mindful
of them. The picture is duplicated in
army hospitals all over, the land, and
wherever throughout tho world Amor
lean boys are still iu Uuclo Sara's serv
ice. MAKE YOURSELF COMFORTABLE
Statistics have proved that by econ
omy and industry exercised contin
ually, not sporadically any wage
earner or salaried man can make him
self financially independent long be
fore he Is old.
But how many of un do?
Tho reason why we don't is that
"n man only lives once." We havo
only one clinnco to be young, and if
woMon't got alt of the fun out of'llfo
In our youth, our appotltes may bo
dulled by the Inpsa of time before wo
uro able to Indulge them at leisure
So wo don't control our nppotltcn.
We rufUHO to blend our Industry with
conslstout economy, We go the pace
In our youth, and f;ol tho luck of
atriuence In the ilucllno of life.
If we could make tho two virtues
industry and economy Inherent, per
manent and unlvcnml In this town,
we iiH n community would then In
docd net u pnee a dlfferont pace a
puce of prosperity and hnpplnoHS
which would shod the radlonco of
peace and Joy from the beginning to
tho end of llfo.
And Buck a thing Is possible right
In this community In this town
among oursetves. '
MAKES WAY TEACHING
WOMEN TO SHOOT
The war brought firearms Into,
popular favor again In tho United
States, Now that we've quit shoot
Ing at the enemy, trap-shooting
Is the now sport. Markmansljlp
attracts woman, Mrs B G. Earl
of New York knows this nnd sho
makes her lining touching women
how to hoot Hhe 'Is an .expurt .
with any kind of firearm.
Thoso bo the days when u fellow
hesitates to ask his friend to "lulyo
HoniethiUK." Ho lulfiht accept.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
BEFORE YOU .go to tho Halloween
Dunce, Saturday, November 1st, get
your suit cleaned uud presied at
Willlams-Zoglmann. . It.
This is the season of the
year when Blackleg
attacjes your calves.
The cost of the loss of
one calf will more than
vaccinate your entire
Fresh Supplyof Vaccine
on Hand at the