The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, February 06, 1909, Image 4

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IIARRIAUN AOAIN IIRHAKS PROMISD,
Continued from pnco one.
j"o of January, 1909 to discover
'l0 Vind niado a mistake.
'So far as the people of Oregon
have any knowledge or informa
tion, the only progress that has
been made on the Central Ore
gon project is that three routes I
are under consideration, and that,
one of them will cost about ?-t,-500,000,
another about $2, 000,000
and the third about $900, 000.
"Tho end of the year" is one
month past, and there are no
ties and spikes on the ground.
Central Oregon is still an un
broken wilderness; only another
of Harriman's promises has been
"broken."
For that Terrible Itching.
Eczema, titter and salt rheum
keep their victims in perpetual
torment Tho application of
Chamberlain's Salve will instant
ly allay this itching, and many
cases have been cured by its use.
For sale by all good dealers.
INDUSTRIAL NOTES.
(Portland Correspondence).
As an evidence that Portland
people are more and more inter
ested in the advancement of Ore
gon, the First National Bank and
Ladd & Tilton have each notified
the Oregon Development League
that their subscriptions for the
year 1909 would be $200 per
month instead of $100 as in for
mer years. This same sum is
subscribed by the Portland Rail
way, Light & Power Company,
while the United States National
Bank has advanced from $50 to
$100 per month. These are larger
subscriptions than are made by
the financial and business inter
ests of any other city in the
United States.
An enormous amount of atten
tion has been excited by the in
vitation to Chicago, extended
through the Ways & Means Com
mittee of the Chicago Associa
tion of Commerce, to send a
hundred and fifty Chicago school
boys and girls for a two months'
trip through the western states
The commercial bodies of the
whole west are joining with the
Portland Commercial Club to in
sure acceptance of the invitation.
Hundreds of business men who
do business with Chicago firms
are asking these firms to co-operate
with Mr. H. A. Wheeler,
Chairman of the Ways & Means
Committee 77 Jackson Boulevard,
Chicago, in bringing this about.
If any reader of this paper can
help the cause by writing a letter,
he is urged to do so.
Twenty-one hundred and nine
ty pounds of publicity were for
warded to the east by the Port
land Commercial Club last week.
This was in addition to the six
tons that went two weeks earlier.
The printers will soon be busy in
turning our one million leaflets
advertising the one-way colonist'
rates to Oregon points, and these
leaflets will go out through the
boys and girls attending school,
the preachers and churches, the
banks, business houses, factor
ies, hotels, and the homes of
Portland, whoso example in this
work should be followed by every J
community in Oregon. People
can buy their tickets to almost
every railway point in the state
just as cheaply as- they can to
Portland, but if they buy them
only to Portland they will have
to pay local rates from this city
to their final destination.
More than two hundred citi
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tmt it to any am yo-i wjsi. II
kc p tl taryi le ililp ii luck to
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awe UMnd your lacycle J)l) Ntrr Itll V a bicvrleor a p. r ,,. .-re. from " M
J'"','s'". ""'i'w 'erele our cauUuea and leamour unl.rard Jtilm
trhit x 1 rtmtiriatli lfeci.il cT, n to rlilnr uennta. ji-r.
Am4w7fclH V0U VILL BE flSTONISIItii h" vou "x'"lf " " j"'- '
WVt1iWj V4ufi 7t . a. . Htfiuni JlltO iiiudy pur U.clb nmilell l In 1. ,,y
fllM &K ?" '."niiukeyomUty.u Wt -ell the hlKhni grade b 1,1 1.. lor -i. 1
Ml I'll 7 S.Tl.n w-i'i HVa'VL Wc '" eat.afied with ft i ,om n Ui liv 1. .1
VAif 3) douile- our brit.i Oi fra fiilcu Iha iLiy received.
$jv ,t'i,;S,,,iVu)f",Jlf,iHiiVM!M,i V,'1"."01 rrK"l"ly lundla teconJ liand blotlce, bui
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UUrtolLll uimriU-, etiui-jment of all UnAt u Ulf
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$m
m IIEOOETIIORH PUNGTURE-FROOF $
SELF-HEALING T3RES
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Tlit resutar tsLtit 6r r ot thei iirt it
sellyouatQMpUpairfarSiAJifutliwtthoriiertt f),
HO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS, Tacka ur CIUiii will not lot tlin
nlr out. Riity Ih'iiisanrt ) ilrs r .1.1 lail year
Over two untlrc'l thouaauu t. -nanow In uae
j xj etr tair. out la t tirutiuc tut unit
DE30! pri7r(aileliitillila. Itlallvcly
anilr. ml n,vcry(lii!ibleanilliiirdinalilewllh
porouaanj which closca up tmall (mncturta without allow.
Inelhcalrtnta-ape. Wchavchuniimlaoflctterafroiaaatla.
ficdcuitomcrattatius that their llrcihaveonlylxxnurnpl
up once or twke in a wliolc acaaou. 1 hey weigh no more than
n ordinary tire, the puncture reaUlinr:cuaullealielugglvcii
by several layera of thin, epcclally prepared fabric ou the
tread. The regular nrlceuf tueaellreaiatH uifiernjlr .nl tnr
Blue tl nuahtvol mljlM.r. whirli iirvcr la niiifa
dvei tliluij purpoaea we are mukiiiL-a tnccial factory pi
,m.. w.iw uibm oauia puuijf. aurviu ov iriumcu pi ivi cxiicrae ii lor any reaaon they arc
not aatlifactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable ami money aent touaiaaaaafeua In a
Unk. IJ you order o jlr of theae tlrea, you will find that they will ride eaaler, run faater,
wear better, latt lorjfrer and look finer than any tire you have ever ued or aeen at any price. We
know that you wlllXe to well pleated that when you want bicycle you will give ui f your order.
We want you to (end ua atrial order at once, hence thit remarkable tire offer.
IP Vlff Mt?Fn TUre don't buy any kind at any price until you tend (or a pair of
.t rY.Y.nJl7iU f0 Iledgethorn l'uncture-I'roof tirca on approval and trial at
the pedal Introductory price quoted above, or write for our big Tire and Biiunry Catalogue which
dcacr.bca and quote all makct and kind! ot tlrea at about half Ihe uaual pricea.
nit Nnr WAIT lut write tia a pottal today, IK Nor TlllNlt Of lIUlINn ublcyclu
aWtaT nvl ywMM orapalr of tlrea from anyone until you knowtbenewaudwoniUiful
cflcn we are making. It only coata a ittal to Icaru everything. Write it MOW.
j. l: mead cycle company Chicago, bll.
..l,b.lhl.Uk..t.. l .. 'ft .. 1 .
zens of Spokano and tho "Inland
Empire" will reach Portland,
Saturday, Feb. G, on route to
California. Tho party is undor
tho nuspiccs of tho Spokano
Chamber of Commerce. Immed
iately upon their arrival tho Port
land Commercial Club will enter
tain tho guests on a trolley ride
over tho city, and at a reception
and dinner at night.
Chnmlicrluln's CoiikIi Itemisly tho Mont
l'opulnr I localise It In the Kent.
"I have sold Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for tho past eight
years and find it to be one of tho
best selling medicines on the
market. For babies and young
children there is nothing better
in the lino of cough syrups," says
Paul Allen, Plain Dealing, Lr?
This remedy not only cures the
coughs, colds and "croup so com
mon nmong children, but is plea
sant and safe for them to take.
For sale by all good Dealers.
WOOL (lROWIiPS TO Ml.GT.
The wool growers will meet in
Vale March 1st and the meeting
will be a very important one.
The growers from Harney and
Malheur expect to have a large
number of sheep men present
from Baker and Umatilla coun
ties and a good delegation from
Idaho. Tho means of disposing
of wool and storage of same, is
among the important questions
I to be considered. Fuller particu
lars of this meeting will be givon
later. Oriano.
Lame Shoulder.
This is a common form of mus
cular rheumatism. No internal
treatment is needed. Apply
Chamberlain's Liniment freely
three times a day and a quick
cure is certain. This liniment
has proven especially valuable
1 for muscular and chronic rheu
I matism. Sold by all good deal
'ers. Dr. Taylor, Dr. Roberts, Geo.
W. Hayes, W. D. Farrcn, J. P.
Dunaway, Leo Schmidt. Roy
Grimes, Dalton Biggs, W. W.
Caviness, Geo. McLaughlin, met
at the office of Goo. V. Hayes,
Prid.iv nvnninov liYirmiilritpil
specification plans whereby they
aro to iCveloi coal nroncrtios re
cently discovered by Mr. Pat
ORourkc from whom tho con
tract had been executed by Geo.
W. Hayes. The meeting was
harmonious and expedited by"
electing W.W. Caviness Sup't.,
J. P. Dunaway Treasurer, Geo.
W. Hayes Secretary. They have
instructed Sup't Caviness to con
tract and commence digging out
the dirty diamonds at once.
Weather and conditions being
fovorable great expectations are
predicted for this enterprise.
Vale Oriano.
WANTED-About 5000 head of
good, young breeding ewes. Ad
dress, giving ages, price, etc.,
The American Land & Livestock
Company, Denio Oregon, also
same care of the First National
Bank, Burns, Oregon.
Jamus E. RouNSnviljLK,
Manager
Do Not Trifle
With a Cold
la pool advice for men and women. It
may b- vital in the case of a child. Ioii)
expert lim proven that there is noth
ing U for colds In children than
Ci amberlain's
Co'ln Remedy
It is a f . irite witli many mothers nml
never d nuts them. It contains no
I ojiium 1 ' it-r narcotic mid may be givcu
with 1 t confidence.
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an! iiiitrlit o
n-"i - l lii'.ia
rtkuUrt ami fa ,1 tfhr at a
mllioul a litil ilttoul in ,.d .
and aiprovr of j. ur I
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you are then not i-itxily
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A SAMPLE PAIR
TO INJROCUOE, OHLY
MA" HIIU llUflfitnrii Mtrlna "It '
unit "It," ulao rlin atrip "II '
to provont tlin oiittlnif. 'I hli
tlrn will oiilluit uuy nth- r
inHkit-NOirr, KLA-'iVHl mi.l
ice to
i.nni jiuiirtiJ.
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mjBmwmtjrnm-nrr.m?l I VI
m ia J'otlcn tlio thick rnlilx-r Iri-ml
For Salk - A good second hand
Clarinet, Inquire at this ofilce.
Job printing Th6 Timefl-IIorald
NHW CLIMBING PROPOSITION
Wo havo arranged to offer in
connection witli this paper, tho
now monthly farm magazino just
started at Lincoln, N hruskn, by
Prof. II. W. Camr' .1 and devot
ed to the subject of how to farm
in tho dry country and how to
got host rosults from soil tillage
undor normal condition. This
Paper is Campbell's Scientific
Farmer and we offer it clubbed
with The Times-Terald both for
$2. CO per year cash. Prof. Camp
bells' new paper is a monthly,
chock full of good things, tho
only paper of it kind in tho
world, and it embodies the re
sults of the editor's many years
of painstaking investigation of
tho soil tillage proposition.
NOTICE
llulnu titmlilt) to uivc our pornnnul
iiltt'liti"!! to tint collection of tlmim
counlfl iluo uh, the oil i no luivu bfoii
I1ihimI with Mr. O. II Looiinril. A
ytHr Imvinc t'lnpeed slnoo t lie iIIp
polutloo of co-partiuTHliip ti prompt
miltlfinwit of tliH HiiiiHi Ih rrqnosli'il,
MAIIIIIKN t Gl.'AUY.
NOTIOU KOft l'UMLIOATlON
I'mikii-tatm Lakh urrif is,
Hurna, meiion, lives jilwr aa, 1WM
Nolle lo liaroby llveii Hint the HIhIp ( Uro
iruu linn llleil In thin nfflri- tin npi'lknttuii IBor
iul No. I'liao) tntulvit, tiiuU'r Urn pnnUlum i(
Dm Act ul ('interim, airuvoil Anient HI. ll.
Mill rtt amenualorj- thereto, tin,
.NYU,H4 rHu- ai,T. ISH It. K W. M,
An and nil pot.oim claiming mlwunoly Urn
UntUiltwrrllieJ.iir tlit.trlng to ubjet Iwcamr
of the luliit-ralt-narar'toruf tho laiul, nr for any
other roaaon. to the ill.potiil to ntpllvaui,
tliotihl Ulu Uicr anutartla "t iiruUot In thin ul
lieu, on or failure I be expiration o( Ilie lotln'l
ol tmbllrallun.
Wm. Paiihk, ItpglaH-r
Itate of Firm Publication January Vm1, 1WW.
linte of I u.t Publication Kotirttarr 6th, I'M'.
NOTICE KOU PUBLICATION
V.NirKIt HT.V1K8 LAND OKFICK,
II 11 1 in Orcton, January, . Itajg. I
Sol Ice I hereby liven Hint I'llarke K. Ileerr,
ul Duma, Oregon, wliu, on uebiber !. HOT, inailti
lloniMteait entry, No 1W, gcilal No. PI'JBU, (or
MC', He c lion :h, luwntbtp ' Houth, Ilauga
.it Kail. Willamette UerliUn, linn ftlvil untied
nt Intention In make Hunt l oininulnllon
I'fiHil. to ttullati Halm to the lain! ahou-tlca-erltct,
Iniiore the ltegletrr ami ltui-lvci, at
niirua, "rrgon, on urn win nay 01 reurunry
I WW.
claimant name u wllrw.aaa.
Daniel K. alcNatnari, ul Narnma, Oregon,
Alfr.nt w. Plarct. Kkliatil K. Crt-ttl, llert
I Hinkln, all at llnrn., Oragou.
Wm.Fakhh, lUgliter.
NOTIOIC KOIt I'UltLICATION
fNirKnTTK i.aki) ii rwy., i
Miirna Orenou. Jannari , 'vu j
N'illila hereby Kiven that Daniel K Mf
Namaiaof Narrow Oregon, ho, ntiOetober 30,
IW7 ma'lultiroeatea4Kiilry No ibMI.Krrlal No
oaci. lor NKK;, Heetlun a, Towntblh W Houth,
Kanae ill K..t. Willamette Merlillau, hai Itlvii
uotlii nllotentlon to make final t'oinmntatlou
liroof to eatahllah ilalm to the tanit alaite
ileaiillH.il, tmlore the KegUler anil Jterelver,
at lluriia, Ureuoii, on the 16th ilay ul Kebrnary
WOt.
(Malntant nameaaa wllnouva1
t'harlea H lh-err,Vlllanl K. Dlekey, ltichatil
K ( reeawall, Allw! W I'leree, all ot Hiirna,
Urettou.
Wat rut. ItMlliler.
NOTICK POIl l'UULICATION
I'mTauainaal.AHii orriit
Hurna, Otedon, January I, I'M) I
Xntlee la hereby given llit the HtiUo of Gro
in u haa Bled In tbta otlli'e lla apillrtlonIIeral
No olJIS) loaelect. uniler the irollonaultbo
Art ol CoDgiaw, eriiruved Angml VI. Wi. ami
eel amenilator) thereto, the
!',NE'4Hc .TH.,R.K. W M
An ami all neraona claiming ailteraely the
lamia iUarrl. l,or dealrlng to obleet becauae
of the mineral eharaeter of the lam), or for
ait) other rcaaon, In theijlapoaal to aiplieant,
abuulil rile tlii'lr affliiavlta of rotl In Uili
omre, on or iiriorn ine expiraiiun 01 me fienoii
ul 1'ilblli allon
Wm. raan. Iteglnlor
Klrat puhlli alion January 16. 1'Xu.
I. ail publication February M, ltaX.
NOTICE FOIt PUBLICATION.
United MraTra LANnorriOK, I
lluriia Oregon, January II, lew. I
Nolli-e la hereby given that A I Ire i llauaoic
it, formerly Alli-o Ii Wllklnw.n, of ilellarinllt,
Nevada, who. on iioloberf., w, inaileileMrl
laml entr) No. l,W. Merle) No. OlltaW, for U'ij
HW, e. liou . HH'.MK', Section HO, NKMNI.fJ
w-ellon.il. NWi. M4 Heetlou w. Towutlili
v rwuin, nange n r.ai, inameiie ienuiaii,
una uie.i noiu 01 niieniion ut inaau iinai
I'roof. to i-alabllaheil i latin lo the land above
ileaorlV-il, boiore ltobort II. Wilklimon, II. H.
t'ominltalonur, nt lila oDU-e ut Mi-IKrinllt,
OruKoii. on I he lf.Hi day of fenruary, 1WM.
I'lahnant iigiuea aa wlineaaea
Joi- llurmeoaolo. Cliurle lloviltt. Win. 1
Minor, (Ic-orge Wllkluaon, nil of Mt-Iieriullt,
it-,Aiia.
Wm. KAHi-n. HeiiUlcr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITl.ll KTATZa I ANI OyrlCK. I
lluriia. Oregon, llereinbe- IV, 1V-JK
Notice U beroby k-lvcii Ihet Alhu-I W
rieree,of, tlurne Oregon, who, on bui'ienitier
i"i ii mpun.iu'.ii.iw.i.uiii.iiu ,, cmiiiii,
No olini, for KPM l-odtoll Hit, Ti.iimi.Mi. Vi
Honlli H-iige 111 Ifaat, WniaiiiMtie Meridian.
Iiaa fllml ni.lloe oflnleulloii to make Kliml
I ounnuiutloii I'roof, lo unlaMlrili rlnlm to
the latnl hImivo 1ceerll.t. la.fore tko Iti-Kialiir
nml Iteielrer, nt Hurna, Oregon, on the l!7th
ilnirol January, lDOtl.
Claimant tmniea 111 wllneiaee:
John Mtew art, lhadileiia roll. Ilort l.nlilkln,
Olinrlea Henry, nil of llurna, Oregon,
W, Ka line. UeiiUtcr.
T 7a IE tsBI"
-'-cntlj 1'i.larnod
with
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z Aloi v t.i tan.. World
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'I lo j. -.iplilouJ Dictionary
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lteruon Knlhrowncd
Because mentis aro so tasty they
aro consumed in great oxcesoi
This leads to stomach troubles,
biliousness and constipation.
Roviso your diet, lot reason and
not i pampored uppotito control,
then take a fow doses of Cham
berlain's Stomacho and Liver
Tablets and you will Hoon bo well
again. For aalo at all good deal
ers. Sample free.
NO TltlCSI'ASSINO.
limiting iri ftirliitltlon upon my
pluco mljoliiiiiu llnriiH. 'I'rt'epuHH
h trill lin prtifcoctittil,
C. II. VOKOTLY.
NO THKSI'ASSINU.
Notico Ih licruliy nlvnu tlmtlnint
iiiK nuil Miootlni! upon tho unolopud
InntlHof tlio Amorloiui Limtl V Live
Stock Co. Ih Htriotly fiirlililtlon.
Any purson or ptirHonu found liiint
ingor troHpiiHHlni,' will lin prosecuted
to the full oxtunt of the law.
IC. II. Him.,
ltimoh Miiniii.'r,
Rcllxloiifl Serviccn.
Kov A. J. Irwin will prmioli at
Il.iriuiy thu -ml Suutlny of onuli
month nt 1 1 n. tn. iintl 7.,'t()p in.
Hiilibnth Hchool tivcry Hivlilxith at 2
p. in,
Tho Hurnoy Suutlny hoIiooI iiiectH
nt 2 o'clock ouch Sumliiy nml n
corillnl invitation ih pxtiiuili'il to nil
who can nttciiil to meet with u.
At thu I'ruHliyturiiiu oliuroh
Hurim, Huv. A.J. Irwin pastor.
Dovino Kervlc'H tlio lliirtl anil fourth
Siintlays of uncli inonthut 11 u. in.,
nml 7:110 p. in. frnhlmth hoIiooI nt
10 u. in, ovory Sntitmtti moruiiiK.
The Lone Slnr
RESTAURANT
Ulilnn (ieori;u, l'roprlptor.
Cor. Mniii.iind 11 Htrcvtx.
IWBALtS AT AliL HOUF?S
Bokcfy In connection
A Specially of Short Orders.
Tallin fiirniriliml with overytlilni;
tlio market nfibrtlH Your patron
iiKOFolicitoil.
The Capitol Barber Shop
II. J. KIWI), I'nipt.
Headquarters for bathing and
First-Class Tousorial Work.
ISUIINS. - OKEGON-
Wu oulltu'i evt'ryttliuri) and niitku n
chiinjo niilt'Hj collection In motlu. Wo
plMHl! our (-lilllltH
Adtlrt'HN
MOIMIAN MUIIOA.STII.K CO.,
K union Itldir., 1. 1- in O
OKKK'IAI. IIIHKCTOHY
TATg ongueii:
U S.Henatora
Jonathan Iloiirne Jr
O. W. Kulton
tW UKllla
J J W llawley
OoiiKriMini-ti.
Allornoydcnoral A. M. tlrawfonl
Oorenior . nm. K. I.'hainberlalu
ntirtlarvnl Hlaln viv n,.,,...,.
In-aaiirer . . . .0 A Hloe I
8ii-t. rubllp lutlrucllon. ,. ,J. II. Arkerman
Watn 1-rlnltr ... WHlliiulway
1 K. H. lloan
. ..! K. A. Monro
) Kohl Knklu
nujircine juugi-a
NINTH JUDIOIAI- IilHTItlOT.
IllttrlclJuilgu. ..
iilatrk-t Allornuy
I';iity IHtt Ally
Oen. K. lint la
.J WMrUulliKli
., O II lAonanl
Olriiill Court ineiia Ihu rlrat Miiuilay In
April ami first Holiday In October.
lulnl-Kuiiator O W r-arrlth
Inliil-ltiprtai-iitatlvo W (I llrooku
OOUHTV ItAHNKYf
Cuoiity Jmlgo
Inrlt
liaturor ....
Siirtuyur
herin.
ttautmr
iiliool Hupcrlntiiniliint.
Curouur
Sloik liiHi-cctor
Coiuluiaiiloui-ra
. J. I'. Itrrlor
Ham Mollu-rahcail
H N Jauiiiaoii
. A 0 Kiiulknor
A. K itlcliiirilaon
O A llrlttliiiliaiii
I, M Hamilton
J Wtli-ary
. k. j, nicKiuunii
If.. N. HlnlUnl
III AHmylh
County Court nuila thu flrat WvilucaJay In
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Win Farm
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Mayor. ....
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MccniiKt of Ihu Council uwry Kvtonil ami
Kourlli Wditni-Bilay.
.READERS
OUMSKT WAOAZIHE '
bci'jlllullyiKu-lialrd.sonJitorin g- -
and ailiclei alioul California and 'Si"
all llie Tar Wt. J"'
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ilcvolcd each month la tha ar .
tulic irpmiluclion ol tlio lint 51,00
woikolaniilrurandprulcuicnal t yrl(
pliotojiraplirn,
ROAD Or A THOUSAHD WONDEKS
a book ol 75 pagci, conlainina
120 coloicd photograph! ol $0.75
piclurciqua ipoU U California
and Oiajaa.
Total . . . C3.25
All for . . . . $1.50
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ih oflcrinu mohI ultructlvc
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JOB PRINTING
The Tiim-M'Ilrrnld Ih I'rvmr'd to do the Very Ikst mid
Most SntNrnrlory Work in thin lint'. Wc haw all Hip
LATEST TYPE PACES
antljiivcry C()iiili'te"Lmc
FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY
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1 am prep.md to fiiiiusli my ciiitomt;r.s with the usual
hih 1 1. lis k'oods and invite." thu public to call wliun dusirini
ANYTHING IN MY LINE.
T Guarantee the Goods a. d Prices
Solid Gold Watches, Knncy Clocks, Jewelry of all kintlH,
Silverware, Ivhonyw.ire, Cut Gln.s. Ilaiulpaintctl China at
Cost, Take a peep at my windows
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M. L. LEWIS- nar
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... Rt-presents the...
Home Insurance Co., of New York,
Live-pool, London & Globe,
Fire Assurance Co , Phllndelphln.
OI'PICIJ Willi IIKIUS ft 11111(11. Huns, OrcRon.
Corner Hrnilli o( l.nn.ilniiK & Dnltun'.i.
Iaflj
Blue Mountain Rapid Transit Line
Operating from Austin ila-l'niiric City,
Yi ihi)s from IJnkur City to limns, Oregon.
Gooil, coiiiforlahli! convuyiini.'c.s Careful diivcie lurst
Class Stations nlon tin route Rnilroatl lo Hums only 105
mlli'M. Fur rules ask
L. WOLDENBERG, M.inagcr.
ZBaJsior CIt3r, OiGgon
b tie. toy'oo
STEPHEIMS & DIBBLE, Propr.
fesonal)le rentes, (iooil v leu 11 AUviIs, C mfortable
Rooms, Coiirtuiis,Treatii nl.
Special Accommodations for ihe
Traveling; Men.
FIKST GLASS IN EVEHY rARTIOULAU
Voatt Patronage Solicited,
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Julm Day, Cmiyoii Cily lo Iliinu, Oregon
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PHOFKSSIOMAIi CAIIDS.
Wm. MILLER,
ATTOKNUY AT LAW.
IluniH, Ort-KOii.
Offlcolrdtloor went of IJanlt.
C. A. REEV3BOLD
Attornoy-ut-I,aw,
Burns, Onerjon
OhitH. IJ. Leonard.
ArroiiNuv-AT-iMW,
Ciiniful ttttontlnn idvmi to Colleo-
lions nnd Iical KhIiiIo mntlcrp.
I'lro iTinniiico.
Notary I'uhllo
Hohnh, Ohkoon.
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Cnlti-otloiia, l.ftliil liualiioaa, nml h
Lalnlo iiinttor promr llv ntlr-iiilril U
CHARLES W. EbhIS
LAWYER
Bunis, - . Oregon
rrnctlcfH In tlio Htato Coiirtn nnd lw
toro tho U.S. Ijind Olllco.
J. tU. GSflRY
l'liyHiclnii nnd Suramin.
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liiirnisrt nliui, .Main St.
'I'Iioiim Mnlii 80.
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I'liysiciou mid Surgeon
aiL'-Xhroiili; DifonsoH ii S'iicmlt)
C.iIIh niiHWvrud nt nl: iTou ret.
Olllco cor. .Miiln & It et., Hurna. Orvson
crj. u macjsdbn
riijslclnii nutl Stumooti.
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11.8. llniwiitnu , K. (ilbhart!
iribbf.rd Hrownton.
.DKNTISTS.
Olllco din door iwt of The Clttaeot Bank
lliirnt. Orugriii
W. C. UROWN,
DBOTTIST.
IIuiinh, Oiinio.v.
Olllio In iii-w land olllco building, next
door nortli of )itt oilU:.
BocurriKs.
HAItNKV l.ODOK, NO. 77, I. O O I'.
Ucllaetor) tecuuil ami luailli Saturday III
each inonlh atrilv p ni. ArchloMcOowan,
llyronlerrlll, Sci-rt-tary. N, Q
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.Merta eu-ry Aral and thlnl Hmurilay in oarh
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A. IS. Wclcouio, EtM-rutnry.
INLAND I.ODQK NO, 70 K. of I'.
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O. ft. Cochran, Itm-ordt-r.
IIA11NKY VAI.I.KY CAMP No SM. W. of W .
Kiela ci-ry llrtt anil r-eninil Tumilay.
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IIUIIN8 OIIAITKU .NO. 40, O. K. 8.
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rllit Walcoinc, herniary.
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wcotn-vi-ry Ut ami H Wwlmula) .
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Winona Kniitli, N. ().
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Mcclaoicry lonrlh luraila).
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llnlrrOooilman, ricrk.
JOHN (J MM lli:il l,IN(i,
lowOloi1. Op'titjitui nutl
Iiaiiui;hvur.
Fine Watch Repiiinii A Spe
cialty. Burns Diamond
Stage bine
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l.oitvtm lliirni ovory Jlomlny, Wiilnoa-
tiny mid Krlilny (jr Dintuoinl. ronni-i-ln
vtltli tin AnilrrWH'Dt-iii 1 -tai;i, making
thu inot-t -llirct anil qiili'l-oat n-nlu lu nil
pointH Botitli nml tlu nuw unlilJlU-lila 1 f
DyKuuml othir nonhorn .Ni-vifiu miii u
("itn-fnl iiltoiition ulvoa loji'ii-wi'iH-orn
mil Irol'hl. I'm pit rt iiuilii 1 inforiimtion
upply In
(' . )iiinka'u:h, Agimt
latiriiH,Itlri'KOii,
A representiitlvis lit this comity by
11 liiro real cslato corporation, Spec
ial Iniliiccnients to those who wish to
become financially Interested.
The Heal Estate Security Co.
Port l)rbora lluldlm CIIICAI10, ll.l.,
YOU CAN'T
On your railroad fare
The law of th' common
carrier romjK'lH fquaJ
rates on all railroad Hik-h.
YOU CAN SAVE
in Time, Traveling Ex
Ion08 and Faliguo by
inm'Btiiig on the short si
rotitci, fasloHt tiw'ns and
IicbL uorvicp. Simply see
that your lickx-l roads
VIA THE
3J
a QUa Mefia
Oreeron Short Line
AND
UWiOW PACIFIC
Every facility for the
safety, comfort and ac
tnodution of the passen
ger is provided. No
change of cars is neces-Bai-y
to Denver, Omaha,
Kansas Cicty, Chicago.
Direct connections aro
made lor all other points
East and South.
l'or lirketa, lwpiii tar r' urvnti m
ate., call on, telenrii.h or urilo
i'. I). IImU, Acenl. HuntlitKt n
Wm. iMcJIiuiny, Gen. pp.-.s. Agent,
I'oitiaml, OrcK"ii
Sumpter Valley
Railway Co.
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