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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1910)
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I V I.I AN l III!
The oxcccdinitly lry weather
and lnck of water 1ms emplmsifr
od the Brent nocessHy of taking
euro of the wastu water Hint
comes down' durinjr the spring
Hood. Severn! places tiro now
sufTcrint: from lnck of moiature
and thousands of acres more
could be irrigated by proper con
trol of the water during the
An Oregon shingle mill in
Tillamook County worked !W
days on one mammoth cedar log,
cutting from it 1-11.000 shingles.
This is almost unbelievable to
people not familar with the
Pacific Const, where big trees
and vast timber resources are
accepted quite as a matter of
Will the government be as rigid
in conducting its big suit against
the Southern Pacific as it was in
prosecuting eastern Oregon
ranchers? East Oregonian.
THE IWi Clil.EURATION
The posters are out for the big
celebration during the week of
July 4 in Burns and arrange
ments are progressing quite sat
isfactorily. It is possible that
the Prairie City team will be here
to compete for the baseball purse.
The boys are now negotiating and
may como to terms in a short
time. The local team had a pro
sition from Drewsey to play
there on June 19 against the
Agency team and would have
accepted it if Drewsey would
furnish a team for the 4th here,
but this they refused to do as
they are going to celebrate there.
However, it is yet possible that
the Burns team will go to Drew
sey. The Prairie City aggrega
tion want a good deal of money
and it would require some change
in the program to meet it. al
though it may be arranged.
More committees have been
added to look after details of the
celebration and it is the intention
to have some street sports for
juveniles at some time during
the week. The parade is in
charge of J. J. Donegan, Harry
C. Smith and A. K. Richardson.
The music committee appointed
is Julian Byrd, M. A. Biggs, Mrs.
Wm. Farre and Mrs. G. A. Rem
"bold. On street sports Homer
Reed, Geo. Young and W. 0.
White. Another feature that
will prove an attraction is the
confetti battle in the evening.
Cromo the children cry for it.
The Summit Bhirt at Schenk
Albert Johnson was over from
Silver creek this week.
Clothing for youths and child
ren at Schenk Bros.
Geo. Buchanan was a business
visitor to our city the first of the
Mrs. Miller will have new
millinery arriving at frequent
intervals from the 15th to the
25th of this month. Some real
fine things for summer. Call
and see the display and make
selections for the 4th.!
A SWELL DRESSER
Can Examine the very latest
Spring and Summer Lines
All Nw in the very
Fanciest Scotch Samples
Shirts and all other articles
for Ladies and Gentlemen
THE MERCHANT TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS
Odd IJWiO'ivu Xawildiug
Cromo for snlo by your grocer.
Deering Binders at Brown's
Gentlemen, wo havo all our
spring and summer stock in.
Yours truly, Schenk Bros.
C. T. Miller and son Lee came
over from tho Crow Camp ranch
yesterday. They were accompani
ed up from Lawenby Evelyn
If you want to seo tho latest
stylos in hair goods, Turbans,
Switches and Rats, step into the
Busy Corner Storo and ask the
Joe. Fitchutt is in the city
from his homo near Harriman and
states the crops in his neighbor
hood look very good. Ho has in
about 100 acres of grain.
Wm. Bennett and wifo and
little son Chester have boon down
from Silvies for several days
visiting their daughter, Mrs.
S. Alberson was over from his
home near Alvord the first of this
week. He stated that crops in
his neighborhood arc far advanc
ed and that they have already
Henderson Elliot and wife and
Mesdames Fay Comegys and W.
T. Hill are home from a sojourn
at the Mt, Vernon Hot Springs.
All had a line timo and all are
improved in health.
L. Woldenberg and family
came in Tuesday from Canyon
City in their auto. Mrs. Wolden
berg and the children remained
here on a visit to her mother,
Mrs. M. F. Williams, but Louie
returned to Canyon.
C. W. Lewis and wife came up
from their home yesterday to
meet Mrs. Lewis' sister, Mrs.
Reynolds, who arrived on the
auto last evening. A very pleas
ant surprise awaited them for her
mother also came in. They will
visit for an indefinite time.
Claude Brittingham and wife
have been over from Otis Creek
this week visiting his mother,
Mrs. A. Dunn, and other rela
tives. Mr. Brittingham recent
ly disposed of his farm to Ed
Stallard and has bought property
Mrs. J. E. Loggan and chid
rcn havo gone over to Harney on
a visit to relatives. Mr. Loggan
had intended going to Portland
to attend tho Masonic grand
lodge but has changed his mind
and will go over to Harney for a
visit and rest.
J. W. Buchanan was in town
the first of the week on business.
He recently returned from a
trip to Boise where he went to
have his eyes treated. He states
his crops look quite well and has
rye 7 feet tall. His alfalfa
which has recently been sown is
doing fine with a good stand.
Maiuukd In this city, Thurs
dav, June 9, Mr Lennie Vickcrs
and Miss Lizzie Cavender. Rev.
A. J. Irwin performed the cere
mony in the presence of only the
immediate relatives. Both are
well known in this section and
are members of old timo family.
The Times-Herald joins mnny
friends in extend best wishes.
We understand they will make
their home near Harney.
I have re-opened the Red
Front Barn and will run as a feed
stable only. I am going to take
the best of care of horses and
make my charges as reasonable
as possible. My men will have
nothing to do but care for your
teams and I am going to see that
it is done. I will appreciate a
share of your patronage nnd will
strivo to please.
M. L. Lewis.
NORTON A SAYER SAW MILL MIRNS
I'nllre Mllllot Plant Including 800,000 Peel ot
Lumber i Total LouDmie Will
Ihceed W0.0OQ to Owner.
Onoof tho most disastrous Arcs
in the history of Harney county
occurcd Inst Thursday afternoon
when tho big saw mill of Horton
& Snyor together with 700,000 or
800,000 feet of lumber was en
tirely destroyed entailing a loss
to tho owners of over $30,000.
Tho flro started in tho roof of tho
mill by sparks from tho smoke
stack of tho cngino and gained
headway so rapidly that nothing
could bo saved. It took tho en
tiro mill and machinery together
with blacksmith shop, Mr. Saycr's
house and office, planer and all
but a few thousand feet of lum
ber thnt was stacked somo dis
tance down tho canyon. Tho
bunk house cook houso nnd somo
small barns were all that escaped.
Nono of the mill peoplo have
been down and as there is no
telephone no authentic estimate
of tho loss can bo secured at this
time, but thoso who nre familiar
with tho plant say it is at least
John Ccssler and Dan Harkey
came by the sccno of tho firo
yesterday morning and Mr. Ccss
ler said that John Snyer Jr. stat
ed that all tho machinery is a
wreck and nothing can bo used
again. Tho big boiler is warped
all out of shape from the intense
heat nnd oven tho big hewn
timbers under tho mill havo
burned to ashes. Wo understand
there ,wns no insurance.
This is not only a great loss to
Messrs. Horton and Snyer but to
tho entire country. It will ser
iously cripple improvements and
development for this season as
new settlers are coming in rapid
ly and improving their plncoa,
besides much improvement is go
ing on in Burns and surrounding
country. It is a loss hard to
estimate and ono thnt effects the
No doubt the mill will bo re
built but the machinery cannot
be gotten in and installed before
fall and therefore tho entire sea
son is lost
CELEBRATE ADVENT OP S. V.
The Burns Commercial club
has received an invitation from
Prairie City to bo present and
participate in the celebration of
the arrival of thcSumpter Valley
Railway which will bo completed
to that place on June 1G. Pre
parations nre being made to havo
a big celebration nnd several
commercial clubs will take part,
especially from Baker City nnd
other near by places.
A delegation will go from this
place in nutos, Hon. Frank Dnvey
being selected as spokesman to
represent this section. Wo havo
not received the program so do
not know who will drive tho
golden spike, but no doubt tho
new terminal city will show her
visitors a good time.
Gamo Warden Hibbard is up
from Lawen, having como in to
meet State Game Warden Steven
son. W. L. Best is in from Silver
creek and is still navigating with
tho aid of crutches owing to n
broken bone in hie ankle sustain
ed several weeks ago. Ho says
it is improving and will soon bo
all right ngain.
NOTIUK FOR PUBLICATION.
Cnitkd Htitci I.AMH Orrii x,
Hum, Oregon, May IS, 1910
Notko I liorobj gtrcn that JMgar K l.ausli
tin, ol l'ulli)H, Oregon, who, on IiiiruiuUr
la, loot, rnado iiomealoail entry No. 011,17, tor
KjBW,Bec,M 1 Wi "H., l.ot II, itliJiNW,
Hectlou I. lownalilp I". H., all III Itannu A Kaat
Wlllanu-tta Meridian, haa llltcl nntlco ol Inten
tion to inalto Final Commutation I'roof, toei
tnbilili claim to Ilia land atxivo ileaorllicil, )
forn lii. Kealatu and lteralver. at Harm. Ore
gon, on Die 'Jill day ol June, 111 10.
riannaiii namei a wimvaava
M. J Hcnecal, I'etor lioloro, Oacar Oborgo, M,
K licloro all ol 1'aulina, Oregon,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Duma, Oregon, .t SO, MO. I
Kollca la liereliy given that tho Statu olOru-
gon haa tllid In tlila oltltu lie application
Iriarlal No (HfilBltii aelaLl. under lb urovlilona
ol till) Act ol Congreaa, approved Auguit 14,
jKfn anil acta auppieiiieiiiui auu amuiiuaiuir
1-ut i, Heo. ;,T. Iff H , It, 8 K. iV. )I.
Any ami all peraone claiming advoraoly thv
lamia ileal rlUu, or dealrlng to ubjuct becautu
of thu mineral character ot ttie land, or lor any
other reaion, to the dlipmul to Applicant,
anouia me ineir aruuavn 01 proiuai 111 inia 01
Ate. 011 or bcloru thu viiilrallon ol tho period
' IW.i 1H...UH IfA. .1.1..
tin. rannmi, ..va.a.vi
Mrat publication, May H, 1.1".
Mat publication. Juno U, 1VI0.
NOTIGIC FOR PUHLIOATION.
lluroi, Oregon, May tl, IvIO. (
Notice la hereby given that the Htato ol Ore
gon haa (tied lu thlaonioelia appllratloiKHorlul
do. uu-M)to idea, under tho provlalonaol thu
Act of Congreaa, approved Auguit It, ID1M, and
acta amendatory thereto, the
BJ, B WU Sao. !16, T. !H H It, I) J K W M .
Any and all peraona claiming advataoly thu
lamia ,l.prlltti1. or ilealrlntf to obleLt beiauae
ol the mineral character ol the laud, or for
any other reaaon, to the dlipoaal toaiipllcaul,
ahould nle their affldavln ol protest In this
office, on or belore the explratlou o( the period
Klr-t publication, Mnyi 1910
mViu. Embreo is up from Sunset
Good morning! Did you have
Cromo for breakfast?
Tho Home Hotel is tho comfor
tnblo placo to board.
Isaac Foster and Cnrrol Cecil
aro among our Sllvor Creek
visitors this week.
HI. L. Pierco enmo in with
Archie McGowan and will mako
his homo here. Ho is an exper
ienced man in tho abstract busi
ness and will tako chargo of Mr.
McGowan's nbslrnct books. Mr.
Pierco is accompanied by his wifo
and son and thoy havo begun
housekeeping in "Daddy" Byrd's
rooms over this ofllco.
Archio McGownn nnd wife ar
rived homo Saturday afternoon
with a now Ford auto that is one
of tho neatest little machines
ever seen in this section. It is n
22-horso power machino with
cover and will carry live passen
gers. Mr. McGowan has taken
the agency for this machino nnd
somo other miikes and will likely
disposo of several in tho nenr
future. He has purchased tho
corner property near this ofllce
formerly occupied by R. A. Miller
& Co. as a general merchandise
store nnd will fit it up as a
If vou want to mako a trade,
sell your relinquishment or other
property the Inland Empire Real
ty Co. will be of great nssistnnco
to you. They have sold others
and can sell yours.
PUBLIC LAND SCRIP, fully
guaranteed. Can bo used on any
land open to homestead entry.
No residence required.
L. W. Huiiiii.ll,
Notice is hereby given that tho
copartnership heretofore existing
between C. A. Bedell nnd Henry
Richardson has been dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. Rich
ardson retires from the business
nnd Mr. Bedell pays all tho bills
nnd collects all outstanding nc
counts. C. A. Hkdui.1.
Tba Onlr Womaa'e Coll-ia Ik
1'arlflc Cuaat Kirlualftly
for Your.1 Woman
LocatfJ imnuf tba baautilul
t..tl. n.Ll.nJ. fjaliluffoia.
iMwrmiia tlu to San FranciKO and the
great Univartitira ol Ih Waal.
I!..tl jj.ll..l. .mifu laj,na
to Jrfrra. Entrant anJ JraJaation rmuirannnla
MUlvalrnl la thaw ol SUMOril and univrraiiy
of California. Training fita atuJrnla for taackml
regular lin.a of aeaJrroie wotl, and offer ayaeial
aJvanltgee fur rou.is. ail. library aluJy an
home economic.. Well euirpeJ lakoralorie for
anence. Special attention to health of alu-lenta.
MoJern jymna.ium thoroughly esuippaj. Out.
Joor life a 11 J amuaemenls in lh iJeal California cli
mate. Alumna in every city on th Pacific Coaat
ron caraLoaoe Aooaaa
PneioiNT LUtlLA CLAY CAHON LL. D.
MILL COLLiaa P O CALIrOKNIA
llurti Mat No "crlal So OI7.VI
NOTICU FOR PUBLICATION
llurna, Oregon, May , 1S10,
N ill lu. la tivrrhy given that tho Nor 1 horn
I'aolfH' Hallway ruuipany, whoao pnatofllo
aililrcea la rtt ram, diinneaoia, naa una .niii
day ol May lulu nlcl lu Ihla office It ap
plication to eelei I miller th provlalonaol th
Art of ilongrcat.apprined July I. H'Jt (JO rltat
HhiofHK, Km tl. NK!( NW'a and NV..', of
HKJJM-C (I fit, "f HH.Hcc.MatiilH'jOf rttt).
Hoa 111 In Tuvtiiahln li Mouth, llatigo Sis lit 1
amlnnLei Sf.'iW ,MMliil.iriua )i
nthKUlwr andHt.of NF( tcc M In -J own
ahlp l hoiilh. Italian HI tail Kaatnl the MI
lamcttu l'rlnclpal Mrrlillan
Any ami all iMiraoua tlalinlng advcraely the
UniUilcicrlhfil.nr iltalilug to object becauie
ot the mlui-ral charadcr ol tho laud, or for
any other rcatini. In the dlipoeal to applicant,
ahould (Ho thi-lr affidavit ol proteal In thla
office, on or before the Icth duy ol July, Hill
ttx Kak, Itrglater
t'outcal No, 191.
UniTKn HTiTr.a la Mi Omcx I
llurua, On gull, April , IVIO.
V tuinilout conical nffldavll hating bt-li
lliel lalhla olllru by Albert tllbhoua.i onl
lent, agaluat llomiaiead Kutry, No Soil, made
Juno W, IW, Ccrlal No 0.1JW, for NK! Hictloit
I' loiiiiahliilriiiulh, Itangc Kail, ttlllam
ttic, by I air In llualiy, I nuUatce, III which
It U alleged that aald Calvin lluihby haa
wholly abandoned aald laud for more than atz
inouihalait paat, haa never aettled, or rcaldad
on, or cultivated aaine, aald parllia are ktrehy
nullnuil to appear, ripoinl, ami offer vvldenco
t. ui hlug aald allegation at 1U o'clock a. in
011 J111111 Id. llllu, Iwlur tho lleglater and
lkicler at thu United alalia Umt OlDce
lu Uurua, Oregon.
'I he aald i onloitnnt having. In proper alBda.
vll, lllivl April l IIIIU, act forth fart which
-how that allur duo illllgeuco peraunal aorvlc
of Ina iiutli u taiiuot be made, It I hereby on
luit'il upil illrooteil that audi notice bu given
by iluu and proper publication
Wm, Fa una, Itegliler,
ONTKBT NO 151
UnitkhHtatk I.anii Orrug,
llurm, Oregon, May U, IV 10.
A aulllt lent couti at nllldat It having been Died
lu II1I1 olllcu b) rierio tlrlmaud oontealant,
agaliial llomualead Kutry, No U;i715, mad
OtlolHirl. Itwi, lor W,NWJi, Hl!),NW)i nd
HWti NK'a Hcillou IS, 'lownahlp IM riouth,
Itaugo Hi) li a at, VMIIametle Meridian, by
t'lanniu 'Iroutwlrc t'nuleatee, lu which
It la allcgeil that aald ClariiiroTroutwIre haa
wholly nhoiiiloiiud iil bind for tnoiu than
all mnulha Inal pnat, haa neveraetllcd or reald
edoii on ultlvaled aiiuiu.aald pnrtlca uiu hereby
liotined to appear, reepuuil.aud oiler evidence
touching aald ulligatlou at III o'clock a in, 011
June W, lulu, bcloro the Ittglatar and Itecely.
er at tho United Htutea Lund Oltlce lu llurna,
'I bo aald (ouli-alaut having In roper affida
vit, llled May U, 1310, rel forth facta which
abow that alter duo dllllgence petaunal aervlte
of thlaliotlcoiaunut bo mai'e, It la hereby or
dered an. I (limited that auoh notlio boglvln
by iluu and proper publli atlon
Wm, I'aiik, ItrgUtcr,
NOTICE KOR PUHLIOATION.
I'UIII.H) LAND HAM!.
IINITIII KTATKK I.ANII OH'ICK I
llurna, Oregon, May IH, 1010.
Notko la hereby given that, a directed by
the Cnmuiltalouer of thu tleneral Land Office,
under thu provlaloua of the Alt ol Congreia
approved June !I7, 1VUU lrllat ,1)17,1 wo will
olterat publlo aalu tu the hlgheat binder, at
luu'idock n, 111 , on Iho J7lh day nl June, 1VIU,
at thla office, thu following diacrlbed latidi
NMNWU Kio U, Twp 3 Boiilh, llango M
ifaet, W, M (uuilernppllcallon tunftll).
Any tieraoo claiming advcraely the above.
(Uaoribud latidi eru udtlaud lu tllo their
claim or objection uu tir beforo the time
ileilguuieil lor aaiu,
Closing Out Sale of Full Blood Merino Flocks
Having decided to close out our ontiro holding of fine Bheep
wo havo tho following to oirer for snlo without reservation.
400 Registered Merino ewes with lambs, of the A and B classes.
1500 Solcct full blood Rambouillotewes with lnmbs, strictly truo
to typo nnd of beautiful covering.
1500 Full blood Rnmboulllet ewes with lambs, strictly first class
nnd good enough for nny stud Hock.
1G00 Solcct fqll blood Dolaino owes with lambs, heavy Bhoarors,
heavy bono and very large size.
1500 Full blood Dolaino owes with lambs, good enough to go
into nny stud flock.
1200 Full blood Spanish Merino owes, with lambs. Thcso aro
Btrong type of tho B class, very heavy shearers nnd dense
covorlng. Thoso aro exceptionally largo for their typo.
TIIKSK I-'IVK ri.OCKH AUK AM. YOUNC HIIKIIP.
5000 Ono nnd two year old ewes, not bred, of tho abovo classes.
11700 High clims Merino owes, with lambs.
270O Ono and two year old high class Merino owes, not bred.
2700 Yearling range rams, and
'100 Registered nuns of tho nbovo classes.
All owes with lambs have been bred to registered rams in
their respective classes. The male increase will bo raised
as ram lambs, except those from tho .1700 head of high
class Morino owes.
For prico and particulars, address
TI12 BALDWIN SIIEIjP & UNI) Co.
liny Creek, Crook Counlii, Oregon
Young's Meat Market & Grocery
We sell everything that
everybody wants to eat
Groceries, Meats, Shoes
Rubber Goods, Ice
Meats from 5c. to 12 l-2c.
Best Loin Steak.
After May 15 we will jtfve
away "JBJELJEIHm "e
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
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
SIDNEY WILKES, 2:41
Siro Mnrvin Wilkes 2:12i who trotted !J heats in one afternoon
in bettor than 2:09 nnd sold nnd shipped to Australia and is now
the champion trotter and show horse of Australia. Marvin Wilk o
wns tho greatest race colt of his day m California.
Dam, Kitty B. 2:214 a stako winner and unbeaten as a two and
three year old. She by Sidney 2:11)J, j,rrnndsiro of Lou Dillon 1:58J
Sidney Wilkes was very fast as a two year old and trotted i
mile barefooted at a 2:40 Knit. Last yenr with GO dnys work he
raced bettor than 2:10 and is tho fastest trotiiiR stallion in Harney
County nnd will tnko n low record this yenr.
Ho is n dark brown lfiil hands high weight 1200 lbs and a
model harness horse.
Will mako season 1910 at Fair Grounds, Burns, Oregon. For
Claude McGee, Burns, Oregon
E. B. REED & SON
Complete line of
Fancy 8c Staple Groceries
ICE CREAM SEASON
Wo wish to niinoiiiice to the public that we will
soon havo tin Ice Cream Manufacturing Plant in
operation and prepared to furnish It In any quant
ity on short notice to families or entertainments.
WE STILL TAKE ORDERS FOR
TAILOR MADE CLOTHING
WRITE FOR SPECIAL CATALOG AND PRICES
S POKANE. WASH.-PORTLAND. ORE. - SAN JOSE CAU
fie. to 7c.
.Gc. to 8c.
TttBMWMEKairTII .1 'WWII If 1
This weather ivill make ijou feel
like makinn garden. We have the
BEST STOCK OF PLOWS
on hand and the licnl and moat
COMPLETE STOCK OF SEEDS
SEEDS IN BULK AT ONE-HALF PRICE
of package ticcdn. Full nloek of
XXODESiS and fLLXSLSSSI
Begin to gel ready for gardening
GEER & CUMMINS
Bums Meat Market
NewlSliop Opposite the First National Hank Main St.
Your patronage solicited.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
CORTES E. ELLIOTT, Propt. ;
.cpfW attention given
to inuisoicnt custom and
i :.J'tn" ".i
Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALI5
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
jri.f-.Vv f la I B
V iM fc'IJ
The Standard Bred Stallion
Will stand season of 1910
ELLIOTT BARN, Burns, Orl
I'KOGUICSS, No. lltStl, U n mncopiuiv bay Btiiiidlnt; H IihihIh liili. bin!
by D.ibit., IHIM: sited by hlr Albert S aua'. : Sir Jobn S 2 (). : Cliiicr2:0t
Dlnbolltn 1! 8)4. 1) otbera in lui lliuu:10, mill 11 nttiurx betlur (ban -' 2o. Dr.
Kunii'inuiir jn, uy iiiUatuin, u'507.
Hortlui, Kiaiulinotbur "' l'rof;roa, U tbo lumber of 1'.) cuUkhII in tbo list. Tl
I.luiit, bur liitb coll ni Hold ns n creuu pacer at flO.OtX) In bis three-) euro,
form hn mnilo n ircorj of 3 '10
germs: $15,20, 25
CEO. D. HACEY, Burns, Ore.
Twelfth Night, No. 41906
TRIAL RECORD 2:11 1.4
SIroofNiHhtof Struthinoro2;n a 4, Murk NikIu 2 10,
Slrotl by Onwnnl 2:251-4, 8iro or OnnurtlSihur 2 OjV4, l'ourl Onward
2:0(H4,lioniettn'.';Ort:i.-l, Gamnii a.07J4. I'llntiis 2.074, Colburt
2,07t8, JllflH Ophelia 209, Major Mason 2:0914, Col. Thornton
2.0!)u, Carnelln Hello 2:10 nnd 101 utlicrs with rocordH below 2:30
Dam: Miss Keta 2:033-1, Dam of Leslie Allen U:15i4, Thelw Thorn
2:2S, Mist Aurulia 2:'.'H4', Alice V. I.owi 2:21 3-4 uml AVma Subley
with n twe-) ear-old rocorji ol 2 20 :t-4.
Onward la by Ooo. Wilkes. Minn Iteta uy .1. J Audubon, lro of
Audabon Hoy 1 :M)4. J. J. Audubon is bv Alcwme he In JUeo.
I hne enough maroa booked to warrnnt the keephiK of Twelfth
Night tt bomo and will rtand him at Ilurrimuii, Oregon for thu hoaaon
of 1010. 1'eo t30uith return liriv IIcki-h If mare priAts not in foal,
mares pastured and eared for frouof ehari'e. 1'or nrtlculars wrlto
R DENMAN; Harriman, Oregon
Wc want to thank you for
j believe iou will find it to your intercut to trade with
r ii8 in the future. Our slock is complete and our
i DRUGS are the btst. We will not handle any other
kind and our prices are right.
Wc have the best line of
t Cigars, Candies, Post Cards and Stationery
j In the city. Agents for
DR. SIIOOH'S FAMILY MEDICINES niid SECURI1Y STOCK REMEDIES
We Solicit your I'rescripllon ork
The City Drug Store
REED BROS., Proprietors
neoi in in
H.J HANSEN, Propt
Morses Kept uy tlic aay,
week or month.
FIKST CLASS LIVERY TURNOUTS
Hay and grain always
Vour imtionngt; foliciud.
South Main St . Hum, Ore,.""
uour past patronaac. Wc
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