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title: 'The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, May 22, 1920, Page 3, Image 3',
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WMt. Tol and Tel. Co.
I. B. Taylor
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Hm Hardware Co., '
?. V. King
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II. A. Goodman
12.30 Sulfite for Sheriff's Car
47.75 Travel In ; expense
241,80. Care for County poor
3;2$ Juntlce fees Justice Court
2.70 JuHtico foes Justice Court
4.80 JtiHtlco fcea Justice Court
1.70 WltmibH foofl t
.50 Repairs for Typewriter
132,00 Arhu!bIi.r Transient stock
17.20 Abritmct of Certilcate for Ahhorhot
7.1 G Printing" for Assessors ofllco'
41.55 Printing for Clerks ofllco
2.00 Printing for Bupt. ofllco'
17.00 Printing for nut, Atty offlco
12,10 GaHolliio for Court IIouso eiiKino
10.00 Jnllora foon for April '
250.00 Sulnry for water master 2 months .
201.25 Salary for water master 2 months
1C.00 Meals for Jurymen
20.00 Hauling from Court Houhu ynrd
27.00 Stumps and E.tpro.is ' i,
40.00 iMlxii.R Squirrel 1'olnon v , v .
43,25 Hupplk'8 for Clorka qIHco ;
84. 3 SupplloH for Clerks offlco ' ;
-U.75 HepalrH on Court house unKlnu
3.44 Freight on Klectlou Supplien
43,00 MenlH for Jury
1.00 Clerks olllco Supplies
V Datod May li, i20
30.30 Frolglit on Oatfl
30.00 Typewriter Hlfibop. for ClorkH' fttfleo
79.00 Supplies fqr Clerk office
16. 56 LlghtH for Court House
1.30 Express prepaid on Magneto
18.8,0 Supplies for Squirrel Pel son
CI. 73 Rental Tolls for Court Houho
6.00 Vucclno for School Children
32.25 AsalHtlng In Sheriffs offlco
29.30 Repairs or Sheriffs car
58.00 Redding for Jury room
6.90 Meals for Prisoners
12.30 Repairs on Court House onglnn
5.00 Stampa for Treasurers offlco
31.25 Repairs on Sheriffs car
17.75 Supplies for Sheriffs car
46.00 Kxpennos serving 8uptoenaH
125.00 Assisting In Sheriffs offlco
36.00 Hoard of Prisoners
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, V. Dodge
W. A. Campbell
Htrney Valley Lumbor Co.
Crtne Auto Supply Co.
Mullen and Fiser
Allen and Onsen
Howard Cooper Corporation 1
Earl Klllott V ,
V. 0. Douglas
J. W. Ilucbanan
Hortnon Feetmughty Co.
B. W Porter
Kred Wicker t
90.00 Labor on 'roads
25.00 Labor on roads
8.00 Hauling dead animals from road '
96.50 Surveying proposed co. road
68.66 Surplies for road wnrk
35.00 Cash advanced for Truck HoIhI
48.00 Cash advanced for Nanh Quad lkHicc
38.00 Hauling lumber for roads
16.00 Labor on roads
81.2! Magneto for Nash Quad
5.60 Nulls for Highway Fence
2.50 Hauling dead animal frost road
102.60 Labor on roads
60.00 Labor on roads
18.40 Supplies for road
10.42 Lumbor for brldgos
25.67 Supplies for roads
6.63 Freight on Culverts
168.75 Ualance fonclng highway
575.40 Culverts for County roads
7.50 Labor on county road
10.00 Viewing county road
C4.50 Hauling for road construction
400.00 First payment on road contract
42.50 Labor ou 'county road
1.50 Publishing trond notices
49.00 I phor on road a
.1.1,90 Hi-pair's on road machinery,
125.00 Driving county truk .
C5.00 L:ibor on roads , t,
3.50 Labor on roadH
35.00 f.,ibor oi' roads '"
0. 13. Blmvor 11, GO Sawing wood tit High School
.lohn.'W. Cfraunm Co. 1.2:1 Supplies for High School.
Mlcctrtq light and Dower Co 1,50 Lights for High School
John Vvdraham Co. lO.iteiBupplles, for High School
Rexall Drug Storo .10,00 Rujiplles for High School
D. M. McDade 7.00 Supplies for High School and stamps
Hi Brown and Son .i)0 'Supplies for High School am
1. Chester Daitoh County Clerk In aiid foV Harney County, do hereby
certify that the foregoing is a true list of all claims allowed by the Coun
ty Court at the May term 1920,
II Kill SCHOOL FUND
D. M. ( cDadu
Ifoaburg Daltou and Co,
torns Uarngo '
n,0f- Supplies for High School
.'i.jpO Supplies for High School
ft.OO Use of truck for High School
The Maxfer ford Truck Attachment
C. H. VOEGTLY, Agent
Price $217.50 Delivered in Burns
Note the big relief overload spring call and ee one
i3 M WAV TO GET 'EM DOWN
LOOKS LIKE A BIG WHEAT YEAR IN BASEBALL
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fcutl,iJ? h!fl )t!9hny? hHn W tlfo ln aa many ear.
Jtaek Wfctt, eldest, it outfielder with the Brooklyn Nationals; Max
Whaat a catcher with the Philadelphia, Nationals: Curtis Whwn,
yeungeet, la an outfielder with tha Dlrmingham Southern League
team. Their hone la at Kansas City.
Will SOMETHING Happen
to make you rich ?.
A rich uncle hiay die and leave you a roll,
but few rich uncles have this habit.
If you get rich the chances are you will first
have to save enough money in order to make an
investment that will pay.
There are plenty of investments for the man
with a little ready cash.
But it is up to you to save cash. The best
policy is to deposit a portion of your salary.
A Bank is better than a hole in your pocket
through which your money can slip away.
Make our Bank YOUR Bank.
WOMEN LINING UP
received harshness or neglect, for
such natures while possibly hered
itary to an extent, are often tho
direct result of early environment.
CRANE STATE BANK
- SAGEBRUSH LANDS -with
water rights for sale, on
Blitzen River in tracts of 80
Acres or more. Reasonable
prices one-fifth cash balance
easy terms, six per cent in
terest. Eastern Oregon Live Stock
cmane Company orecom
A new phase of political activ
ity Is being exercised this year
a direct result of suffrage. It la
the forkilng or organising of
women workers from all foreign
langungo clubs crystallizing senti
ment for different candidates.
Mm. U, P. l.angworthy of Win
nutka, III. . well known in tho
middle wut nnd formor pronlilout
of tho Illinolti l'uront-Teachor A
cociatlon, Is the flrut Woman .)
taky up thiu 'wrk, ' '
Notlro Ih hereby given 'that thoro
are Htilllclent fuuda on hand to pay
01X a'l Oeneral Kund warrants IhhuoU
nnd regtHterud up to nnd Including
February 29, 3920, Intreat ceaaou
May 11, 1920.
W. V. KINO
TqdaV practical., all linos of buo
inoBH uro conducted on an abnormal
Hcalo. Wages, Jiving, everything
Ih out of plumb, nnd tho prevailing
tendency la to force things upward.
No, tho Lord did not Blip n cog,
but Homo ouo cIho did, Hla naturo
whh warped In tho making. Tho Him
Blilno of happinonH wpH probably for
eign do him In JiIh childhood dnya.
Iubteud of kind words ho may havo
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