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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1910)
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JULIAN tlVltn - - Mtni
"THE PROMISED UNI).'
R. G. Cnllvcrt, n stnll corres
pondent of tlio Orcgoninn who
toured this section with Louis W.
Hill's party, wrote his paper from
the P. Ranch. Among the inter
esting things he said of this
"Promised Land" ns he calls it
we take the follewing:
The topography of Blitzen val
ley and tho country directly sur
rounding Burns, is adapted more
to a north and south than east
nnd west railroad line, and it is
Wm. Hanley's idea thnt tho
country could host ho served and
a railroad profit most hy tho con
struction of a lino from Winne
mucra, Nov., northward through
tho center of tho state and down
the John Day river. Either this
plan will he followed or brunch
lines built from an cast nnd west
line that will pass south of Burns
and north of the Blitzen Valley,
That the Hill system will build
an east and west line is almost
beyond question. Mr. Hill told
the peoplo of Burns that their
building into the country was up
to Mr. Hiinley, their representa
tive in this district, and that he
did not think Mr. Hnnley would
go back on his homo town,
gon Trunk Line surveyors
been working eastward from
Bend for several months and an
other party has been working
westward from Ontario and is
now in tho vicinity of Malheur
The possibilities of the country
with railroad development are
almost bewildering and tho won
der is that it was not served by
railroad transportation years ago.
Now tributary to Burns in the
Silver Creek and Harney Valleys
are 500. 000 acres of tillable lands,
most of which may be irrigated.
Four miles from Burns is the
of land enn bo mado to produco
uniformly bounteous crops. Prl
vnto cntorpriso is now engaged
in surveys on Silver Crcok nnd
plans nro under way for tho
watering of GO, 000 acres in that
district in tho near future,
South nnd west of Ilnrnoy and
Blitzen River vnlloys nro nreas of
Government land which may bo
taken under tho 320-ncro dry
land homestead act. In plats
prepared by tho Burns Commer
cial Olub nro shown CO townships
of this land in Harney County
that arc open to entry, nnd there
arc 40 more townships Jn tho
vicinity that nro unsurvoyed.
Of this 2,000,000 acres, approx
imately one-half is tillnblo land,
while tho bnlanco is good bunch
grass grazing land, Burns rcsi
denta say this land will "produco
25 bushels of wheat to the acre.
In tho dry farming districts tho
j soil is not quito so well adapted
to tho conservation of moisture
I as that of Sherman, Gilliam and
i Morrow counties, according to
tests mado at tho Oregon Experi
ment Station nt Corvnllis, having
more sand in tho composition,
but tho average annual precipita
tion is probably a little greater.
For four years ending Decomber
31, 1907, tho annual rainfall in
Harney County was 12.4 inches.
Tho county, liko other sections
of Eastern Oregon suffered a
partial drouth in 1908 and the
early part of 1909, but thi3yenr
the rainfall has been unusua'ly
heavy. Tho average rainfall is
considered nmplo for dry farming
where proper methods of cultiva-
Oro-i won aro lonowea.
have J In tno northern part of Eastern
Oregon ten inches is declared to
be sufficient to produco annual
crops when rotation nnd scientific
moisture conservation are adopt
ed. There is apparently nol-en-
son why the table lands of Har
ney county should not deliver as
good results with more than 12
inches of rainfall annually.
city, although in n country of
such great oxtont and resources
cities now unthought of will
Bpring up with tho upbuilding
and dovclopmont of tho Interior
Descending Buck Mountain the
first view of tho Burns country
is obtained. Silver Valley is
spread out below with but here
and there a comparatively small
cultivated area. Here lies 1G0.-
Hanley home ranch, which is j 000 acres of the 500,000 that can
typical of the country. In the be irrigated in the Burns country
home ranch there are 9000 acres i and down the valley it is a gentle
on which nothing is grown but 'fall to the seeming illimitable
Cromo tho children cry for It.
Tom Allen was in from tho P
Ranch this week for a fow days.
Wanted Girl to do genornl
houso work for Binall family.
Good wages. Inquiro at this
Cortes Elliot and wife loft hero
early Inst week for Portlnnd and
coast points to bo absent nn In
Phil Smith's big Black Perchc
ron stallion arrived this week
and hns been much amircd by
loyera of horseflesh
Holo Proof hosiery, is tho best
made. Wo aro tho Burns Agents
nnd have a largo line. Tho Busy
Corner Store. I. Schwartz, Prop.
L. H. Van Dorn and J. A.
Maddux aro in tho city todny
making tho final transfer of tho
recent realty deal whorcby Mr.
Van Dorn purchased tho holdings
of Mr. Maddux near Windy
I hnvo re-opened tho Red
Front Barn and will run as n feed
stablo only. J am going to tnko
tho best of euro of horses and
make my charges as reasonable
as possible. My men will have
nothing to do but caro for your
teams and I am going to see thnt
it is done. I will appreciate, a
sharo of your putronngo nnd will
strive to please.
M. L. Lkwis.
Mrs. L. M. Brown and two
little sons, Miss Mary Godfrey
nnd Miss Lelin Egli left Thursday
morning in Frank Dibble's auto
and readied Dixie before the
Sumpter Valley train arrived at
noon. Mrs. Brown goes to San
Francisco for a visit to her
mother, Miss Godfrey to spend
tho vacation period with her
mother in Portlnnd and Miss Egli
for an extended visit with rela
tives at Eugene and othor points.
Good morning! Did you have
Cromo for breakfast?
If you want to nmlco u trade,
soil your relinquishment or other
property tho Inland Empire Real
ty Co. will bo of great nsslstnnco
to you. They lmvo sold others
nnd can sell yours.
A pain prescription 1h printed
upon orch 2fic box of Dr. Shoop's
Pink Tain Tablets. AbU your
Doctor or Druggist if this for
mula is not complete. Pain
means congestion, blood pres
sure. Head pains, womanly
pains, pains nnywhoro got in
stant relief from a Pink Pain
Tablet Sold by Reed Bros.
" i'in iia.t iiim.iviv
UM LocaUd imnnj ilia htautilul
liillt nrar OaVlanJ, California,
ixun cluM In Sin I'raneiaco ami llil
, (real Univmitifa of tU Waal.
full cullrgtial court IraJinf
lo uVtfrtf. Entrance anJ fraJuation rquirninti
Muivalanl to tliott ol StanlurJ ai.J Univrraily
of California. Training fila atuJanta for tiacliinil
rrtular Itnai ol acailrmie woil, anJ olfara apftial
aivanlaOa (or muatc, at!, library atuJy anl
homa tconomica. Wall rau!pp4 laboralorin for
acianca. Special attantian lo luallh of atuilrnla.
MoJarn fymni.mm tliormitflily aquippaJ. Out.
Joor lilt anil amuaa tn itta in lha iJaal California tic
mala. Alumnaa in tvery city an tU Pacific CoaiU
Ton GATAkoaui ADDaaaa
PRMIOINT LUiLLA CLAY CAMHON, LL. D.
MILL COLLBO l, O , CALiroHNIA,
NOTIOK KOK I'UHMOATION.
llunia, Orviion, Airll Id, ItlO.
Notice la horolijr chpii that llio HIMo (
Orriron haa Alnl In thl ontcvlla api'McaUon
(Korlal No. 01117 to olcct.iltlilcr tho rnvlalon
ol the Actul lonrea, l rovrol Mutual II,
law, and acta luplemmtal ntul amendatory
H HW$ Pee T. ! H , it SI i: , W . M
Any iul ll tmraona rUlinliin Hlromcly Hie
lanilailaacrlboil.or ilfalrliiK to otjffl lcaimo
ol tho mineral character nt tho Uml, or lor anr
other rcaion, to tho i11al to Hiipllc til,
lionlit Mlo thalr anhlmll. ol t.rotfat In thla
orrico, on or htlnro tho liallon ol tho I crlo-l
U . Vaiik. Hi (later.
Klrat ul llcallun .rll M. ISIO.
Uat lutitlcatlon Mur f, IMlO
The HOTEL BURNS
N. A. DIBBLE, Propt.
GOOD, CLEAN MEALS.
Courteous treatment, rates reason
ableGive mo a co'l
A First Clans Bar in Connection
wild hay. This land has abun
dant moisture and produces about
one ton of hay to the aero annual
ly. It would grow immense
crops of wheator alfalfa, but now
the productive qualities of the
soil are devoted only to that
which can bo fed to stock. With
no rail transportation there is no
inducement to the ranchers to
grow much of anything that can
not be driven out of the country
on foot. It is a typical country,
with cattle, sheep and horses
ranging on tho mountains and
hills in the summer and winter
ing on the hay and grass in the
valleys. Some of the ranchers
Harney Valley. As William
Hanloy says, "It is a big country
and won't run out"
Burns is now a town of perhnpa
"IKOn nnnnlnlim, V : It. il.'i
wv iviumuuii, AJIILUIIIIJJ 11, UIV
first thing that strikes the atten
tion is tho number of windmills.
Apparently nearly every homo
draws water from wells operated
by mills and as a matter of fact
there are more than 100 in the
Burns is now developing in a
substantial way. Thirty thou
sand dollars of $50,000 that will
be expended on a new stone
hotel building has been subscrib
ed. This year the Masons will
have put out small orchards and 'erect a $20,000 stone temple, and
Notico is hereby given that tho
co-partnership heretofore exist
ing between V. C. Gibson and W.
W. Drinkwnter has been dissolv
ed. Mr. Drinkwnter has pur
chased his former partner's in
terest in the blncksmith shop nnd
will pay all outstanding debts of
the firm nnd also collect nil bills
V. C. Gibson
W. W. DniNKWATER
NOTICE FOR !'UI. LIGATION
liurna, urupm.AKll?, II0
Notice la hereof given that Koturali Jaima
ol Harney, orrKoii, who, on January I, I'M,
made aeillrinaul ami t-atahtuheil realiUnce
liiwn, and Initiate! her claim untlrr lhore
(million lalrlal No OIIVli, fur l.ota3 A 4,
iuocx , v n, lowiiauo m iiarney, iiarner
County, (Jrritou,allilate.l In Hvithin Jl, Town
HlnpriHimili. Ilanm l rail, Ulllatuelle Mrrl
Han. haa died notice ol Intention to make dual
I'm Kroi'lloii I'inof, to eaUhllali claim In lha
laud atioro ilorrlUvl, hefnre lh llrtttatcr and
lleccltrrr atllurm iirricou, on the Jlili day of
Claimant numta aanllueaira
T lllll Mary I II 111. II ( anirtcld,
JnllKiawincId, allol llurua, UriKoo.
Any eraou who dirlrra in rotcat nalnt
the allowance ol audi (iruol, or who anmraof
auy auhalautlal rraioit, undr the law aud Ihe
rritulatlona ol lha Interior I'etuirtiutnl, why
aueU iio.ilihoui1 not la allowed, will hdaloen
u opiortunlly t tho aUno mcntloutnl time
and Idaco In croia examine tho wllucaacaol
aald claimant, and 10 olTcr evidence In reknttal
of thatauhmllUd by rlalmanu
HM. I'Anat. lICRlalvr
Young's Meat Market & Grocery
We sell everything that
everybody wants to eat
Groceries, Meats, Shoes
k Rubber Goods, Ice
Meats from 5c. to 12 l-2c.
Best Loin Stcnk 121c
Boils Cc. to 7c.
Itoastfl Gc. to 8c.
Snusago ." . 12Jc.
Pork i 15c.
After May 15 we will give
away fr-g lPr5TT5 one
ONE $25.00 STANDARD TALKING MACHINE
for Cash purchases amount
ing to $75.00. Save your
coupons when they total
$75.00 bring them in and
get your machine.
REED BUILDING OPPOSITE, POST OFFICE
Conical No. 131
Ukitcd flTiTU Liftb Omci I
liurna, Oreion, April on, 110
A tuRlclent eunteat afflclarll harlni len
tilt I la thla office by Alliert (llboona, contra
taut, aialnat llomcalead Kntrr, No 33I, made
June )J. J9ui, Herlal No Ovcan, for NKU Hcctlnn
U. Townihlo'J3 South. llanrcM Kaal. Mlllam
ette, by Calrln lluaby, Loetcatre, In which
ii la aueieo trial aaiu lamn nuaiiny naa
wholly abandoned Mid land for more than alx
month! laal put. haa tierer aettled. or realdad
on, or cultivated lame; aald parth a aro krrehx
are producing for home consump
tion apples, plums and apricots,
Others are growing wheat and
oats in limited quantities, selling
what is not fed to stock to the
grist mill at Burns.
The valleys have a kind of
natural irrigation as a rule,
which in the meadow lands is
more or less of a spring overflow.
Yet experiments that have been
a large mercantile establishment
to be of stone is also under con
construction. Burns is the trading center of
all the great stock country de
scribed. When development
comes it will not only bo in the
subdividing of tho big ranches
but in the sale and cultivation of
tho land in the Willamette Valley
and Cascade Mountain road grant.
macle vith alfalfa on lands not j In Harney County this company
subject to overflow have brought owns 247,938 acres. Burns with
unexpected returns. In the draws its present start will probably
and valleys in the surrounding remain the trading and distribut
mountains tho establishment of ing center and there is ample
storage reservoirs is possible and ground for believing that it will
hundreds of thousands of acres become a great and substantial
noticed lo appear, rcapoud, and offer evidence
touching aald allejailon at 10 o clock . m
1910, before Ihe Ilexleter and
on judo la, m
Keeelver at the
In liurna. Oregon.
The aald conteaUnt having, to proper affida
vit, aied April 23, 1910, ael lor Hi facie which
how that after due diligence peraonal eervlce
of thli notice cannol lie made. It la hereby or.
dered and directed that audi nolle be given
by due and proper publication.
Wh, Parrc, Iteglater,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
A SWELL DRESSER
Can Examine the very latest
Spring and Summer Lines
AH New in the very
Fanciest Scotch Samples
Shirts and all other articles
for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Only Place
THE MERCHANT TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS
Odd Fellows' Building
UKiTxnHriTta l.ixiiOrrica, i
Uurna, Oregon, April tU, 1JI0. 1
Notice Ibereb)r given that Ihe State of Ore
gon haa Bled In tiita orflce lie application
8rlal Ho. OMIBlio telect, under the provlalona
of the Act of Congreu, approved Auguat 11,
144 and acta aupplemontal and amendatory
I-ot 1, Seo. J,T, J7 S , H, M K. W. M
Anyaud all peraona claiming adveraely Ihe
lanilt described, or doalrlng b object hocauae
of Ihe mineral character of Ihe land, or for auy
other reaaoii, to Ihe dlipoaal to applicant,
ahould file their affidavit of proteat In thla of
Ore, on or before the expiration of the period
Wh. lMKRie, Itexla'cr
t'irel publication, May II, 1910.
Uat publication, JuueH, 1910.
NOTICIC FOIt HJ lU.ICATION
t 'MIT OUT ATM i.VNIiOFKH'K,
Iitiriir, uregon, prll 27, W0
N'otlrela hrrih) itlvm that Aaa I Jnhnaon,
ol Van. ()ri'oii. who, on Aiiruat SI, IW3 made
homeatead Knlry No. IU, Atrial No 0(719, for
H)N), M t( I-tIIuii . 1ownihlil9H
llangoSI Kail. flUnictli' Mirldlaii haa nicd
notlconl Intiiilloii to male Unal Kltovar
roof lo eitahllah ilolio In thv laud almte
deai rlbed, belorn Ihe Itml.tor ant Itei elver,
at Hume, Oregon, nti lti7lli day of June, 1910.
I latmant naima aa whncaaia
ilra Km in a Mullor, H N Mllllama, lilh of
Van, On gon Martha J Hoirard.rlW Derail
Ion, bolh of lirewaoy, Oregon
Wm Kttc. Itegltirr
NOTIOK FOR I'UDLIOATION.
liurna, Oregon, May a, 1910.
Itotlce la hereby given that thoBtato of Ore
gon hat filed In tfiliofflcelta appllratlon(Herlal
No 0IMI)loaelecl, under Ihe provlalona of the
Act of C'ongroae, approved Auguat it, ll, and
acta amendatory thereto, the
S 8Wi Hee. a,T. B., II. H V. , W U .
Any and all pcriona claiming adveraely the
.VOTICIi KOK PUHMCATIOK
liurna, Oregon, April tl, 1910 I
Notico la ticrehy given that Martha I, Howard
of Hrewevv, Ori-itun, who on March VtTI,
madehomrateadKiilry.No ."ml ferial Nn WUI,
for HJi.SK).', Ml i j NfV f Hon 17, iH I, HK)4,
Bi-clloua. fi)Ui'alili JO iiangvltt V . Wlltam.
elta Meridian, haa filed n-ilivof Intctitlon to
make final I'omimitatloo l roof, in eatabllah
claim to the laud an.no dcacrlluiil, lieforu tlo
Iteglator and llerelver at llurtii, Ottyon, nu
the 7lliday ol Juno lulu
Claimant uamcaaa wltnt'ari!
Aa I Jflhnaou, Mra Kmma Muller, both of
Van. Oregon H W Hamilton, Homer I'ria.
ley, both of Urawaey. ori'ilou
Ww. l'ARitx, lUitlater.
(ON1KHT NO 151
UntTitnrlTAIIca liANH Orric r,
llurua. On gon. May Ii, 1910
A aunlrfetitrontcal affidavit havlne been filed
111 thla orrico bv Hon lirlioaud ronteataut.
agalnat llomoatead 1 utry, ho UI7IH, made
OUuber 1, W), for Vt'tMUi, HI'),.SniJ and
HWl. MJ, Pcitlou 15, Townalilp Jl houtli
Itaniio 30 l.aat, IMIIamrttn Mcrldlau, by
Clarence 'I nnitwlre. i nnteaiee. In which
It la aiiigeuihal aald t larenc c irouiniro haa
wholly abaiidoiied aald land for more than
alimontha laatpaat haa never avllled or reald
edon or cultivated aame aald artlea aro hcrihy
nollrlodto apnr rrapond, and otter evidence
touching aal I allegation at 10 n clock a m. on
June .7 11)10, hoforu thu llielalar aud llecelv
er at llio united Hltma Lund OITIce In liurna,
Tim aald conti-alaut having In i roter alTlda
tit, Died May W, UI0, ret forth facta which
ahor thai after duo dllllgeuro eraoual aervlce
nl thla notice caniiul be inai'e, It lahrrehyur
Ii red and illreilnl that inch notico boiilvlu
ii) i tiuand proper publication
Wm, Kilia, lleglaler.
Twelfth Night, No. 41906
TRIflb RECORD 2:11 M
Rlrncil MKlitufStrntliiiiorn3.il .1 4; .Mark NIrIiI 8-10
6lriHUijrOiiuanl'.,iL'ri4,iilroirUiiirilHiWtr '-'.OMa, I'wtrl Onuaril
2 :UllJ, IlotiMltnv! Ofi 3-1, Onwlln 2;07f, I'llnttiH SO;. Colburt
2.07H. MleKOilu.a2 OOiJ, Major Muhoii L .()) i-f, Col. Thornton
3:00jg, Ciimollu llvlln 3:10 nnd 11)1 ulliors with recnr.1" Ulow 2:.t0.
Dam: MIjoi ltotn2.01.1-l, Dntii of I.oallo Allon L'tir.JX. I'liclie Tliorn
2:21, Mlu Aunlla 2.VIi, Allcct V. I.wl 2:21 3-1 uml Alma Sobloy
vrllh a twojt)r-old rrwrpof 2'Wa.4.
Onwnnl la by Geo. Wllkv Minn ltvtn by J. J. Amlaboii, elro of
Aiidabon Hoy 1 :MU- J. J-Auclabon la by Alcyone, bo by ,CIco.
I hau enoiib iiiaroa bookcil lo war run I Hut keoilnij of Tuolftb
Nlulit at homo ami will rlitiitl him at llnrrlmnti, Ori'itou for tho coaiott
of 1010. Tco fllOullli rtttirii prlUUoH If tnaru proven not In fo.il;
inaroti paatnroJ uml cnrt'il for frcv of c barcu. Tor itrtlctihira urlto
H. DENMAN, Harriman, Oregon
Thin weather will make you feel
like making garden. We have the
BEST STOCK OF PLOWS
on hand and the Best and monl
COMPLETE STOCK OF SEEDS
SEEDS IN BULK AT ONE-HALF PRICE
of package seeds. Full slock of
HOBS and 3FL1lXSL2
Begin to get readg for gardening
GEER & CUMMINS
Burns Meat Market
New Shop Opposite the First National Dank Main St.
!aI AM1 ti ntl . -M
Beef in any
Your patronage solicited.
H. J HANSEN, Propt
BUNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
Special (tltunlion given
lo transcient custom and
Horses kept by the day,
iveek or month.
F1BST CLASS LIVERY TURNOUTS.
Hay ami q'i ain alivays
your imtrontigi solicited.
South MuiufcH, HurnH, Oregon
Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
i l ill injmi . imi B; ,
laiidadticrltieil.ur clcalrlnir lu object tetanic
ol the mineral character of tlio laud, or lor
anr oilier raaion, to the dlipoaal toanpllcanl,
ooice. on or before tlio axplratlou ol the period
Vint publication, May 14, 1910
Uat publication, June 19, 1010,
NOTIUE VOll. PUBLICATION.
N0TICJ2 FOR I'UllIJCATION.
(Itolatcxt Tract 1
Unitkh htatiw I.txii Orririt
llurua, Onifuii, May in, 1010
lilt 1 omiuUalon
u la In ruby ulmu thai, nailltnlnl hjr
iiiultalonrriif lliullencral IjiiiiI Ufllcc.
uiKlvir the provlilciiie nl llio Ml ul Lougrvaa
liullencral Uml onicv,
of tlioALt ul Loniiroaa
aii rood llinuV, Mod ltl l-lata , 117,1 wo will
nlfur at imullo aalo to llio hlxhcat fililder, a
IU ii i lock u. in , nu lltii OTtli ilay nl Juuo, 1910,
at iina imiii i, iim loiiuwiuu iiraurioru lauti
N1(NHU tko Jl Tti M Boulh. Ilaugo ,11
aaai, n, m iiiiiuir a pinaiiwiiojwvi
Any i uraoti Ualmlug advutaoly lluiabov,
dcacrlbvd lamia nro advlaml In llio tholr
olalnia or olijiclloua on ur liofuro tho tliu
dcalKnalcd fur aalc
MM, KaitHE. Hi Klitrr
FlIANK 1IAVKV, ItCielvcr.
The Standard Bred Stallion
Will stand season of 1910
ELLIOTT BARN, Burns, Ore
41 159, In ii inntsnpnm bay MiumIIiil' M lmiultc lilKlt. Hired
hlr Jolm HS.04j; Ullpiiora.OOj
11 otliern bettor tlinu 2-28, Dam
bj D.iti o. JM0J: alrtxl by blr Albtirt .' 0J'.
Uiuliollla 2 -Hli, 0 otlirra lu luna tlfan '.' 10, nm
Koinomiior .110, uy wnnnu'in, i.wi
Dnrtba, Ktuiiiliiioth'ur of l'ruirua. la llio tuotliur ol ID colt all In tbu lint. Thv
I.itiilt, lior llltli colt wits Hold nn u nromt puror at $10,000. lit IiIh Ibroo-jcar old
(or in b't mado n record of 3'10
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
DEDELL & RICHARDSON, Proprietors.
Burns, - - Oregon.
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Peel Tables. !
Club Rooms in Connection.
Terms: $ 1 5, 20, 25
CEO. D. HACEY, Burns, Ore.
IfUtvsn UlBr f.aWhraiet. m
- uiai ufii vf tr r tiuKt
llurua, Oregou, May 1, 1910
Hotlie la hereby glren that Kiliar K I.aiiirli
llo, nl I'aullna, Oregon, who, on December
ItMKjx, made horaealeail entry No. DIIJ7, for
r"!iHWf, Heo. M; Ttrn ljg. IM t. aK'lNWU,
Hoctlou1;, Townahlpl8 H , all In Itanju h, JCaat
Wlllametto Meridian, baa filed notice of Inten
tlon to make rlual Commutation I'roof, toea
tabilab claim to the land aUivu duaorlbed, he
fore the llexlate' and Itecelrer, at liurna, Ore
liou, on the lat day of June, Will
t lalmant namea aa wltneaaea
..M.J aenccal, 1'eler Holore, Oicar Oberge, M,
E. Ueloro all of 1'aulina, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Umiteii HtiTM I,ANii Drcicrs
llurpa, Onicou, April i, IVIO
Nu leu la hereby ithni thai dura I' llolln
Kay, ol Hciilo.liriicon, who, on June (1th, luoil,
made dcaerl laudvutry N11. wj, Horlal No omn,
forNtVi,NW)iSoi ifli NKHNKIJ Hot lion III,
Town.hfil(j H.Iiango If) 1'. lUlfamuttu Meri
dian, haa fllodiKiticu ol lulu tluti to make- tlnal
proof to catnbllah tlaltii In Ihiiloiid nlnivoilu
acrlhad, heforu M J 01 ouiior, II H Ouinmia
alouer.athla ullliant lleiilo. (iricron. cm tin,
Dili Auy ul June. lull).
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Krucat Hnllnway. I ollllnlilla Clrovc . llarrlaoti
iiroyp, rnu iiouuway, hiiui I'viilutlrrgoii,
Wm, Kaiiiik, Ituxlilir
SIDNEY WILKES, 2:41
Sire Marvin Wilkes 2:12J who trotted 3 heats in ono afternoon
in bettor than 2:09 and Bold and shipped to Australia and is now
tho champion trotlor and show hoi so of Australia. Marvin Wilk e
wag tho greatest raco colt of his day m California.
Dam, Kitty B. 2:241 a stako winner and unbeaten as a two and
three year old. Sho by Sidney 2:15)3, jjrandsiro of Lou Dillon 1:584
Sidney Wilkes was vory fast as a two year old and trotted i
mile barefooted at a 2'AO gait. Last year with CO days work ho
raced bottor than 2:40 and is tho fastest trotiiiR stallion in Ilnrnoy
County anu will tnko a low record tins year.
Ho is a dark brown 15jf liniuls high weight 1200 lbs and n
model harncsB horse.
Will mako season 1910 nt Fair Grounds, Burns, Oregon. For
Claude McGee, Burns, Oregon
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls..
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
RANDALL, PASSENGER & illALONEY
Government Land Locators and dealer In
HARNEY COUNTY LANDS
ROOMS 1-2-3 ODD FELLOW BLDG., BURNS, OREGON
E. B. REED & SON
Complete line of
Fancy & Staple Groceries
ICE CREAM SEASON
Wo wish to announce lo the public thnt wo will
soon lmvo an Ice Cream AlitiuifacturliiK Plant lu
operation nnd prepared to furnish It In nny quant
ity on short notico to families or entertainments.
WE STILL TAKE ORDERS FOR
TAILOR MADE CLOTHING
We want to thank you for your past patronage. We
believe you will find it to your interest to trade with
in the future. Our stock in complete and our
DRUGS are the beat. We will not handle any other
kind and our prices are right.
We have the best line of
Cigars, Candies, Post Cards and Stationery
In the city. Agents for
DR. SHOOP'S FAMILY MEDICINES and SECURITY STOCK REMEDIES
Wc Solicit yeur Prescription work
The City Drug Store
REED BROS., Proprietors
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WRITE FOR SPECIAL CATALOG AND PRICES
THE A.H.AVERILL MACHINERY CO.
SPOKANE, WA5H.-P0RTUND.0RI:,- SAN JOSE L
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