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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1896)
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EAST.OREGON .^ALD AND
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Consolidated July 1896.
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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, tíjfcEGON.
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MASON & LONDON.
I moisture escapes from the earth
’before? in performs its proper and
1 ho new method will contribute-
i to retard the action of nature’s law
at critical moments apd retain the
moisture. Ezperieitee has demon
strated that the virgin soil of the
western prairie is dry And hard to
1 an unknown depth.
where the surface has been dis-
turbéd and capillary attraction
Have on Hand a New and Complete stock of
'interfered with, the same soil under
exactly similar conditions other jjW^We have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES
wise, is moist and mellow as de- .
We carry a complete line of
sired bv farmers.
On this theory the small grain
will be drilled in lines far enough Dry Goods,
i apart to permit cultivation. The
surface will be cultivated to a depth )
Gents Furbishing Goods,
of one or two inches Capillary at
traction will bring the moisture
this nepr to the surface, where the
attraction of the molécule« is de
stroyed and the unlimited store of
moisture distributed, gradually to
the roots of the grain instead of
;)S low as anv R R. point, with addition of freight.
passing rapidly .into the atmos
¿¿gp* Special attention to MAIL ORDERS—Correspondece solicited phere. The professor’s experts will
WRITE US FOR PRICES.
® A Ures« Mason & London, Burns, Oregon.
spend the remainder of their time ,
in speaking at farmersinstitutes
>n this and adjacent states.
DISTRIBUTION OF MOISTURE
1 List of patents granted to Pacific
i g[ates Inventors this week. Re
,» •31,14(1 -11) EVERY WEDNESDAY
crop Kansas and Nebraska P1’0’, ported by C. A. Snow A Co , Se
duced the past year his given agri ¡¡ej(()rs of America’) and Foreign
W. 0. BTRD A SON.
culture such an imppetus in these) paten(8 opposite U. S. Patent Of-
PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS.
two states that all other industries
i ßce, Washington, 1). C.
HI BHCKll’TlON RATES:
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
! owed. The attention soil culture is Horse power pumping - machine.
One Year ......................... •’..........................
Six Month» .............................................. ‘ XT
receiving in the west has determin G. Koehler, San Francisco, Cal.,
ed the Burlington Railroad Com- Bottle stopper. G.O. Ranson,Pert ,
nanv to establish a number of ex iand, Oreg., Vending device. .A. J.
perimental stations or'tnodel farms’ Soto, Martinez. Cal., Arm rest for
in order io demonstrate the advan books. J. T. Titus, San Francisco. > Fishing TaclxlsS
?r»»i lent ....................... ... .Grover Cleveland
Adlai Stevenson tage of the most improved methods Cal., Sewer trap and flushing gate I
Kichar.i b. olnei
Jeeretary of State ..........
.. John G. Carlisle of soil culture and le«l farmers of H. G. Wilshire, Los Ángeles, Cal , ¡
Tin ware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
4ocrerary of Treasury ...
4 ,-re: try <>f interior ....
Daniel S. Lamont Nebraska and Kansas to new eftorts Speeding device for race-tracks.
4-«"ret try of W»r
Hilary A. Herbert
4eeret try of Navy
in this direction and enable them
s- -re'ary ->f Agriculture.
Attorney General .
Win. L Wilson to become independent eyen in
called ‘‘drought sections” and
G. W. McBride.
J. II.Mitchell. “dry years.”
Incidentally the company expects
W. K. Ellis
c. M. Idleman
Att >ru -y 'ieneial
Wm I’ laird returns from its investments in in
!i R Kincaid
4 1 -retar) of State .. . .
Metsehan creased and regular crops necessi
......... GM Irwin
< its. l“u‘>:i>- Instruction
W H Leede tating heavy freight and passenger
Caveat». and Trade-'1
ent biiuirie»» <-<>n«l..
.oderaie t ees.
i R S. Benn.
. i C. Wolverton traflic on its net work of lines in
Our Office is O c - kisi a 0. S. Patent Office,
»nd we can eecnre parent in less time than those
) F. A. Moore
•emote from Washington.
XIX' i'll JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Send model, drawing or photo., with desrrlp-
John Francis has just returned ion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of
iis riet Julge ...
barge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
C. w. I'arrirh.
STEPHENS & RICHARDSON, Proprietor
A Pamphlet. “How to Obtain Patent».'’ with
loint-itjpreeentatlve ...(R)... O. L. Patterson from a trip over Nebraska where he
names of actual clients in your Stale, county, or
iwiiit-,'- uutor .............. (R)............. A. W.Gowan
has established “model farms” at town, sent free. Address,
coi NTT— harnet :
Jerlin. Kansas, and at McCook, C.A.SNOW&CO.
. c. P. Rutherford.
Jonnty « il.xo
( î T
II. Kelley i Holdredge, Alma and Broken Bow,
Opposite Patent Office, Washington, 0. C
'.lerk .. ... .
J. C. Welcome i
4irr-.-.ir . .
A. J. McKinnon
"keriff .. ..
8. W. Miller
Something was done in this line
A is-1»» >r
4 »»»1-41-»-: . it-’i lent
W. C. Bi r«l
Fine 'Win.es, Liquors And Cigars
the company last year,and with
11 •ck'. n»pe<’l<:r
Geo. Trecafki» i
A .B. Mark» immensely
Th ■ firms co isist of 40 acres in;
H W F.Y v. ». land office :
. Th.itn«» Jonc» each station under the immediate
“Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solic
and is the result of coIde and
. A . A. Cowins
supervision of a pratical and tried It can tie cored try a pheasant
remedy which is applied di
farmer of the neighborhood. Each rectly
Into the nostrils. Be-
absorbed it give*
farm will be visited frequently by j relief quickly
' one of the learned corps of Professos
RVT. ’A REBEKAH Degree No. 43.
Meetsvverv let and 3d Wedneedtiv.
Campbell who is skilled in the new is acknowledged to be the most thorough eure for
Miss Í e'a McC.ec N.<*.
Nasal Catarrh. Cold In Head and Hay Fever of all
methods. In Nebraska and Kansas remediee.
-ain Motlierfchead. Rec. Hec’y •
It opens and cleanses the nseal passages,
alley» pein and inflammation, heals the »ores, pro-
farm staples, corn, wheat, rye, oats tecta the membrane from colds, re-tores the senses
taste and smell. Price 50c. at Dni vgistsor by mail.
and potatoes, will be produced.! of KLY
BROTH EKS. M Warren Street. New York.
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Burns-Canyon Stage Line
The fanning at the experimental
W<ret»ev»rv 2<1 and 4th Tbnradwva
H M Horton. M. W
J .W Sayer. R«"d ;stations is conducted primarily on
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
the theory that the rainfall of the
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express C o ’ b Expees
we«-t is ample and ahund mt for all
HARXTV tODGF. NO. 77, T. O O F.
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M •••«• Hlp»!|ü„ HaH. rr<-rv “»’’’ri’ay, practical farming purposes,but that ” . ’
your Id**« th»y may brlnir
Stages Leave Burns Tuesday .Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon City
I SO pm,
on Rt-rk N. O.
JOHN WKDDEHBtRN> CO
w. h cat • , secy. (owing to capillary attractions the
(and intermediati »oints, Fare $5.
It will pay you to come to Ontario
and buy fall and winter goods
Diy . oods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes.
Oregon Forwarding Co.
Hardware and Tinware.
¿he Bums Bar
Ely’s Cream Balm
Wanted-An Idea SSSSg