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DR. B. F. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
.1 iuillf1fJ Hi- f'riflBih,,t for.
mrr homo. Phone No. 14
.1, V. (i K A It Y
I'hy Ichin and SurReou
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UMVMAN A DKNMAN
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tib . t. l. 8. l.aiiil Oltlco
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' .t i praciirn iiumitm u. o.
I.a ')!lic a specialty
j-r I Ik next door lo I. O.
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Kivuti to Collect long
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i mi iji tint?
I ' I II. KISTIH
-nit at Law
Laud Scrip for Halo
M. A. HIrrh
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KAY From Dcnraun ranch at
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nJ one bint spriiiu colt (by her);
win nr inn on riRiti Hiiouiuer.
Onci. heard of near Frank
Slier j place. Hold and not
ify r lirliiL' to llnrim. Will.
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STK' i, . Hur i, Ore. 12-20
"Vi f, hlto chunky
"H ' 1 UR 01 ft hIi ulder,
"l 4i0 i On. Iron
1 flllv branded II
'"SliiK I loft Ju '. Su.tublti
nru lor mi. -ip r ovory. ku.
orKun, in.riiK, OreKOii 1-2-lf
nelfer branded I4 011 left Hide,
IUI1KD 111 TIUlIlliT Ul
""'wuiij icwuru mr nor v"
unniT. may Hmniir. HiiruH.
nrhl din if . . n
w- ...f. iiiu a iwjr iLUU-Miiuo
-.- '"lift miueruii in iuii unu
1 111 rlKht ear. -Johu Bran-
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v,wi uil rigBl, WJIHJ tuiuti
anaed S7 with bar over too on
r n . . . u ... . ...
--1 mm nwti jjr4
u ercp oft" lett, Horses; one or,
rel work inaro branded 7L on
Btlflo and vonUxl on nhouldor; one
bay aaddlo maro wlthh Htar In faco
branded TK connected on loft
nhouldor; two threo-yoar-old colta
' a bay Roldtug and brown mnre
branded B7 with bar over on Htltlu.
It. J. McKlnnon, Drownoy, Oro.
I8TIIAY8 Two cowh ono branded V
on rlRht ribn and X on right hip.
1 Ono branded thus
on leuft hip. Owner may
have thorn by pnyhtR feed
bill. MAN DUNDY, Volt-
nRu, Oro. 2-14 320
K8TKAYKD Red bolfer branded TY
i i ikiii niuu, tiuji vi icii unu unui'r
bit In right.
-I'abl Well, DuniH,
GOOD 8KED ORAIN FOR BALK
Haamtchek Barley, Karly Beart
Wheat delivered at Harney. Book
your order now with C, A. Mc-
Muhan, Uuchnnan, Ore. S-l 4-28
; Tho county court will receive offer
until WednoHday, March 3, 1920, fori
: tlio Stuilubuker 8lx roadster former-:
ly uhoiI by tho 8htrlff of lluruey coun
ty. The car will be Hold to thv IiIrIi
ont bidder provided that the court re '
nervoH the rlKht to reject uny ntid all
bldH If in Itu opinion the amuout In
Tho car litis been practically over
hauled Mince It wiih luted nild Iri ottilp
ped with kooiI tiroM. It may bo noon
itt tho Unl vernal UariiRO. lliiriiH. Ore
roii. Solilcd bldH tuny bo loft at the
County Cltrk'n olllro. j
CHKSTKIt I) ALTON,
County Cleric. 1
; DurlUR tho cold weather car own-j
'cm Mhould use uoufreezlnR nolutlon ;
and avoid trozeu railUtora. It IB
Hold nt Lanipslilre'H Oarage.
The Hubert Olcn rmirli In Section
2:1, T. t!.f 8., It.UUJi i:., for mile nt
For Hule 12 home-power RuhhcI1
traction oiikIuo and hay baler. At
bargain. W. A. Goodman. 1-3.
FOR BALK The Jutmia McMaiiUH
ranch In Sec. III. H, 15, T. 20 8.,
R. 21 iC, 320 ucren, for $1000.00.
W.M. I' A It UK.
1 BARBER SHOPS
PROMPT Murvlco and roimcoiiM
' trealinoiit will always b an-ord-
ed pntroiiH of the Mtirn llitd
' Harbor Mhop IIutltH nt any hour
of the day. C. W. Hlminnim. Prop.
I.otl Spottitd taut apriiiRH eulf.
dlwiprwrHl about ('hr(Htmun llniu
hero In town, l ubrnudod. W. A.
OTICB FOR PinLU'ATIO.V.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
Public L11111I Half.
I Rums, OroRon, Jauunty 19, 1920
I Notice Is herebv rIvou th.it, an di
rected by tho Commissioner of tho
Oenerul Laud olllce, under provisions
'of Section 24CC, R. 8., pursuant to
.the application of Ire J. Muhou, Ser
ial No. 010314. we will offer at pub
j lie salo, to the highest bidder, but at
not less than $3.00 per acre, at 10
o'clock A. M., on tho first day of
March. 1920, next, at this office, the
following tract of land: NEViNKVi.
Sec. 15; NHKNWK, See. 10, T. 22
8., R. 32 E., W. M.
This tract Is ordered Into the mar
ket on a showing that tho greater por
tion thereof Is mountainous or too
roueh for cultivation.
Tho Halo will not bo kejit open, but
will be declared cloned when thoHe
nroHont at tho hour named have cciih-
ed bidding. Tho person mukliiR tho
hlRhost bid will be rouiilred to Inimo-i
dlutely pay lo tho Recelvor tho.
amount t heritor.
Any persons ehilinliiR adversely 1
(ho nliove-diiHrrilied land are ihIvIhimI '
td fllo tliofr claims or obJeclloiiH, on !
cr before (ho tlmo iloHlRiiated for hoIu. 1
V. O. COP AD, RoRlfitor
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. j
RurnH, OreRon,' February 1 1, 1920.
NOTICE Is hereby Riven that
Joseph P, Koehler, of Burns, Ore
gon, who, ob November 28, 1913,
made Homestead Entry, No. 07111,
for NKK NB, 8ec. 22; WW NW4
NWVi 8WVi. Sectien 23. Towshlp
26 8., Range 30 E., Willamette" Mer
idian, baa Hied notice-of Inteatten to
'make Final three-year Prof, to
establish claim to the land above
described,, before Registerand Re?
celVer,' at Burns, Oregon, on the ICtk
oav or Marcn. izo. m
Claimant 'nasaes as witneeses;
J, A. Krunbolc, D. H. Morgan, C.
W. Lewis, and George Paraeas, all
nt nurna. Or ana.
NOl'IOIk: Vi)H PUBLICATION
UNITBD 8TATK8 LAND OFF10R
IJuriiH. OroRon, Kubrunry 11, 1920.
NOTICK Ih hereby Riven that Odell
Dondauw. of WnRontlro, Orenon,
who. on November 1, 1910. murto
llomeuUvad Kntry, NO. 0H7.)S, for
Stt HWVi. 8cc. 28; BKtt, 8 NH Vi ,
Section 29, TowiiHhlp 20 8 ltiinRO
24 K., Wlllnmettu Meridian, had filed
notice, of Intention to muko Final
throoo'oar I'roof, to ostabllnb claim
to the land above described, before
llvgUter and Hfcolvcr, at Uurnn, Ore
Ron, on thn 10th day of March, 1920.
Claimant name an wltneHnon,
' Ii. A. AddlBRton, It. L. Mutton. W.
Wagner, and C. O. Walter, all of
V. O. COZAD, HeUtcr
NOTICK TO OKKDITORH
IN T1IK COUNTY COURT OF THK
8TATK OF OREGON FOR MAR-
In the mutter of the estate of Henry
Notice Ik hereby Riven (hut tho
uuil:trlRncd hiiH been appointed ad
mlnlrilrator of the above entitled
oHtntn and atl pornons havliiR cIiiIiiih
nRiiliiHt Mild estate are hereby notified
to prcHuut the hiuiio, verified as by
law ruaulred, to inelit Cruno. Orer.011
or to my iittnruoyH, IIIrrm & MIkk.
at their olllce In UuriiH, Oregon, with
in hIx moiitliH from tho ditto of Una
Date of llrst publication February
O. K. THOMPSON
AdmlnlHtmtor of tho tihtato above
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
8TATB OF OK BOON, FOR
Charles Holm. Plaintiff,
Paul Ilrlusur, Jane Doo Urlimcr and
any and nil other persons claiming
any lutoroht, rli;ht, title. Hon or
oitnto in or lo tho property herein-
TO Paul Ilrlmor, Jauo Doo Rrlnner,
and any ami all other persons
clalmliiR in-)' Inlerest, rlRht, title,
lion or estate In or to Lot G, block
4 4, Albritioii Towuslto, Saddle
butto, Huriwy County, Oregon.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, yon 11 ml each of you
aru hereby notified that tho plaintiff.
Charles Holm. W the holder of delin
quent tax rurt'Pontu No. 2105 for the
year 1914. d on tho 18th day of
Juno. 1917. I 'he Uliurlll, tax collec
tor for IlaniM Coniiiy, Oregon, for
tho sum of 92 cents upon Lot C, bloi U
14, Albrlltou TowusMu, Suildlebiitf)-.
Hnrncy County, Oregon, of which ou
an tlin owner n uppourn of record,
and you are further notified Hint tho
plaintiff herein has paid all prior and
Hiilueiiuout taxes 011 the mild pro
perty, Including penalty, Interest and
costs, which tire as follows, to-wlt:
1915 lux paid Juno 22, 1917, umount
1910 tax paid June 22, 1917, amount
1917 tax paid April 5,1918, amount
1918 lax paid Mnr. 17, 1919, amount
That you and each of you are fur
ther notified that the plaintiff will
upply to tho .Circuit Court of said
County and State for a decree fore
closing the lien, against the said pro
perty above described for the sums
hereinabove mentioned, te-wlt $3.99
with interest thereon at the rate of
12 per cent per annum from the date
that said taxes wore paid, and you
and each of you ure herby summoned
to appear within sixty (00) days
afler-the date of tlio first publication
of the summons, exclusive of the day
of tho llrst publication, and defend
tho said action or pay tho amount
due, and iu case of your failure to do
ho, u decree will ho rendered foreclos
ing (ho oaltl lieu for taxoa, penalty,
Interest and costH ugaliiHt tho mild
real property hereinabove described.
That this HumiiioiMi Is published by
order of tho Honorable II, C, Leveus,
Judge of tho County Court of the
Stute of Oregon, for Harney County,
and that said order was mudo and
datod tho 10th day or Januurv. 1920,
and that tho date of tho llrst publi
cation of this summons Is the 17th
day of January, 1920.
All process and papers in this suit
may be served upon the uuderslgned,
rsldlug at Burns, In tke State of Ore
gon. M. A. BIGO0
Attorney for the plaintiff.
Residence, Burns, Oregon.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
STATE OF ORBOON, FOR
Charles Rohn, Plaintiff, ,
Bert Skarr, Jane Doe Skarr and 'any
and nil other persons claiming any
luterest, right, title, Hen or estate
In or to the real property described
in plaintiff's complaint.
TO Bert Bkarr, Jane Doe Skarr and
any and all other persons claiming
uny Interest, right, title, lion or ee
tnto in or to the W4 of the NWU
of Sec. 34, Twp. 23 south of Range
32 E. W. M. in Harney County,
IN THE NAME OF THE BTATB
OF OREOON, you and each of you
tiro hereby notlflod that tho plaintiff,
Charles Holm, is the holder of delin
quent tax certificate No. 2107, for the
years 1914 end 1916, Issued on the
22nd day of June. 1917, by the sher
iff, tax collector for Harney County,
Oregon, for the sums of $13.17 and
$10.80 respectively, upon the WH of
tho NWK of section 34, Twp. 29
south or Range 32 E. W, M. In Har
ney County, Oregon, of which yeu are
the owner an appears of record, and
you are further notified that Ute
plaintiff herein has paid atl prior and
subsequent taxes on the said property
Including penalty. Interest and costs,
which are as follows, to-wlt;
1916 tax paid September 27th, 1917,
1917 tax paid April 5th, 1918,
1918 tnx paid March 17th. 1919,
That you and each of you are here
by f tut her notillod that thn plaintiff
will upply to the Circuit Court of said
County and Statu for u decree fore
cIohIiir tho lieu ugalust the said pro
perty above described for the sunu
hereinabove mentioned, to-wlt;
$15.77 with Interest thereon at the
rate of 12 per cent per minimi from
the dales thut siild taxes were paid,
and you and ouch of you are hereby
Hiiiiimoiied to appear within sixty (GO)
iluys after the date of tho first pub
lied t Ion of the numinous, exeluslvu of
the day of the llrst publication, nud
tlcrond the said action or pay the
nmouut, and In case of your failure
to do mo, u decree will be rendered
foreclosliiR the said lieu for taxes,
penalty, luterest and cohIn nRtilnnt
the said real property hereinabove
This hiiuiuioiih Is published bv
order of the llonorublo II. C. Luveus,
Judge of the County Court of the
Stute of Oregon, for Harney County,
nud that Hit lil order was miiilu mid
dated the 1 0 Hi duy of January, 1920,
and that the date of the llrst publi
cation of thin summons Iu the 17th
day of January, 1920.
All process ami papers In thU stilt
may he served upon the uuderslRned,
residing ut Hums, Oregon.
M. A. 1)10(18
Attorney for the plaintiff.
Residence. Hums, Oregon.
Spring Is still In the air.
Ileforo long you will oo dad com
ing hoine early from work and digg
ing np the rusty Hpudo and hoe und
rake from tho woodshed, und then
digging up the garden,
x x -
Ho may not start on a garden
quite so soon, but if ho does; no one
can blame him. A little energy
spent on cleunlng out the briar
bushes and misguided sago brush
will be to better advantage.
Burns homes have long felt the
need of more attention to the frout
yards as well as tho back. "No"
wuter has been the main reason for
sorry looking premises In the past.
Now wo have Irrigation In tho
offing, and city water next door, ho
oven If we don't take any prizes for
municipal cloiinllueHs In 1920, we
can get a lot of "ox-poo-roe-onco"
that will help iih mil In 1921.
With gas at 42c per gal and up.
und a cranky type fow or uh chii
get up thu pop to Hpend hours mid
hours carefully Irrigating tho front
yard Juut for the pleasure of seeing
it burn up in tho hot sun.
But wouldn't It be nice if wo
could have our yards green with
grass? Seems like one of tho first
steps toward developing a little of
this pride stuff is to have the old
heme set "like a diamond mid emer
alds," or words to that effect.
A few flower gardens would natur
ally follow the green lawns.
Green hedges would follow the
front yard flower gardens,
- X X-r-
A nice walk leading up to the
house would happen along about
Really decent crackles city side
walks jiwould soon be demanded by
shortly after that.
Then a street corner light or two,
so tho good householder Could seo
tho kids that como up to steal' tho
floworH, to nay nothing of Mrs.
Householder's need of something to
find her way homo from tho plcturo
show or lodge, would become noceudl
ties. x x
Perhaps dad would Ret tired of
bumping and Jolting the Yiddish
Packard to pieces whenever ho wont
up or down hill, winding around tho
rocks and sagebrush ho carefully al
lowed to remain In tho center of nil
our so-called, streets, and Htart some
thing that sounded like "s-t-r-o-o-t
Of course, no one would try to get
the streets Improved until a sewer
system had been installed.
Everything Is possible, now that
Irrigation is coming.
Tho Oreon Ribbon hus succeeded
In obtaining what it was Instituted to
obtain. It muy have skipped out In
to tho by-ways occasionally, and gone
after other things with which to
muko our beloved reudera mora hup-
Ipy, but Irrigation hits always beou
Rh chief object. The field It meant
j to cover has enlarged considerably,
1 ho you can count on finding us at tho
.old stand nearly every Saturday.
I Willi our main object completed,
however, it Is only fair to tell our
Intorested rrlends how tlio unuiu
"Tho Green Ribbon" was chosiui.
j x x
lleltig a firm believer In the value
of name, when the thought of origin
luting the column first presented It
I self, thu lack of a suitable title de
layed the Initial effort. Then, one
nay, wnno tirooiiiug over 1110 hiiiijcui
nud the slow progrcHs being made In)
I bo development of the valley, ami'
, deciding to start something that!
would have a little bit to do to wakn
things up, a school girl about n
llflli grader came within our lino
of vision. "Upon 'her hair nhe wore
,u colored ribbon- - 11 ribbon of such
soul satisfying dlmonsloiiH and vor-
tin tit shade of green that we lustful
someone besides tho
ly decided thu Fates liuil sent us an SHERIFF
: Inspiration. So tho rusty Ruining-! rro tho voters of llnruoy County,
ton was called upon to do Its bl Oregon:
t pounding out Home hack copy, nud-- 1 subject to the npprovul of tho Re
The Green Ribbon wus bornl j publican Voters of Hncnoy County,
. x. x" . I Oregon, I hereby announce myself
k Now that wo have told tho story ws u (r)im,Ht0 for tho Nomination of
I of our life, what aro you going to do sheriff, to bo voted on at the coming
.about tho yawning, (loop. c.ivernouH irntury Election to bo hetd Mny 21,
iHiiiowuix crucKHf wo mny vote
"Yes" for mi Irrigation district, wo
may have city water and Howor Hys
Items, wo may hoiiiu day have 24 hour
; 'electric norvlee, but we toll you.
; Indies and geutfuiueii. that thu side
walk cracks nro always wit li us.
1 The host offer of a solution that wo 1
; have to date, is to hlro tlio young
Hitirn to touch mother nud tho girls
how to walk on stills,
j Stilts do not hcoiu to euro how
, many cracks yawn In tho sltlowallis.
I - x x
Tiiu KiDiion lias neurn Mini uie
cracks yawn In tho sldewulks becnuso
11 yuwnlng attitude hits been taken
about them ho long by tho folks re
Hpouslblo. But we shouldn't ask the city, dads
to make this stllt-walklug compul
sory on the ladles. Whllo thoro are
some sylph-like damosels who would
not displease the eye nor greatly
strain their own dignity, yet ah,
Br ah fine weather, Isn't It?
At that, some of the cracks could
bo avoided, if total darkness did not
exist on every street away from Main,
these nights. Has anyone else ever
thought how much easier it would
bo to find tho way home after dark,
if a light wore placed on each comer
of tho more traveled streets in the
All or which Htnrted bocnuBO
Spring Ih In tho air, und Dad thought
ho would lotH rather ho out making
garden thungrlndlng out copy.
Pretty curly for Spring Februury,
Hut It Is none too early to got up
on your hind logs and talk "better;
Bums," "hotter Hums," tin you got
bluo In the fuco and folks think
you're a descendant of a single-taxor
One holiday this week Ash Wed
nesdaydid you observe it?
Washington's birthday tomorrow
so much has been said about that
that we are willing to refer you to
any encyclopedia for the facts.
If we had more private telophone
.lines around Burns, newspapers
would have better circulation.
The wise man prates not ot his
own wisdom. Were it otherwise he
would be only a fool.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE '
I hereby announce myself as &
candidate for tho office of county
Judge, uubjeot to tho decision of the
democratic voters at tho primary
election to bo hold May 21, 1920.
GEO. D. II AG BY.
FOR COUNTY JU1HJK
I hereby announce myself ns a can
didate for County Judgo subject la
tho decision of tho republican voters
at the primary election on May 21,
R. L. HASS.
FOR COUNTY CLERK
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for county clerk subject
to the wishes of the democratic rat
ers at the primary election on May
CHAfl. B. DILLMAN
FOR COUNTY CI.KRK
I hereby announce myself as a can
date for the office of county clerk ot
Harney county, subject to tho wishes
of tho democratic voters at tho pri
mary election on May 21, 19020.
RALPH J. RIMER
I hereby announce myself as 11 can
didate for the Republican nomination
for Sheriff, at the Primary Election,
May 21, 1920.
E. N. MATHEWS.
I. hereby announce myself tin a
candidate for sheriff of Harney coun
ty, subject to the decision of tho
voters of the Republican party nt
the primary election May 21, 1920.
If nominated nud sleeted I shull
niirnrc.i Ihn lnu'H to (ho IicmL of 111V
W. CLARENCE LUCRE Y
: FOR .SHERIFF
! I heroby announce myself us a
! eunilltlate for nomination as Sheriff,
I subject to tho choice of the Republ-
'enn voters nt tho Primary Election,
May 21, 1920.
J. W. CRAWFORD
R. L. HAINES.
I FOR AKSV:SHOR
i I horoby announce mysulf an a can
'tlltlutn to succeed mysulf uh assessor
(subject to thu decision of tho repub
lican voters ut the primary oluotlou
on May 21, 1920.
JOHN L. CALDWEl.L.
FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
I heroby announce myself uh iv
candidate for tho oltlco or Suporlu
teudeiit of scIiooIh In llarnoy county
Hubject to the decision of the Repub
lican voters nt the primary election
to bo held on Mny 21, 1920.
MRS. MARY GRIFFIN
with a good
TIONS You will bo delighted with tho
way they do their work
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