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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1910)
flATtJBDXT. BKlTEMilEIl 10,1910
j JULIAN MTlll)
Tho attention of tho writer lias
been called to a letter written by
A. C. Clark, of Burton, Wash.,
to the secretary of tho Portland
Commercial Club in which he al
leges that would-be homeseckcrs
took their lives in their own
hands in coming to Harnev county
to settle The assertion was
made, according to this letter,
thnt tho stockmen threatened the
lives of homesteaders and that
cow punchers and range riders
harrassed homesteaders, etc., and
that several lives had already
paid the penalty of attempting to
homestead lands in this and ad
joining counties. This is the
story of a man (whoso name is
not given) who had "had actual
experience in Harney county."
This is the rankest fabrication
and most foolish. No such con
dition exists here and the man
making such an assertion is simp
ly a knocker.
This letter would suggest a
state of lawlessness that is a blot
to any country and we deny it
most vigorously and would like
the name of the man who "had
experience." The stockmen of
Harney county are law abiding
citizens who encourage, rather
do not attempt to intimidate in
any instance. Homesteaders are
coming every day and are per
mitted without hindrance to file
on any vacant land in the county
and during the 27 years the writ
er has lived here he does not
know of one instance of a settler
losing his life for any such cause.
It is bosh, rot! Mr. Clark is re
quested to make a thorough in
vestigation of this.
The school of this city opened
for the year last Monday morn
ing. The high school had an en
rollment of 55 the opening day
which will be increased quite
materially during the next few
weeks. The entire senior class
is bn hand and there will be 12
graduate the coming year.
The public school enrollment is
not yet up to what it will be later
as some families have not yet
moyed in from the country. Prin
cipal Harris reports the following
number: Room one, 25; room two,
29; room three, 27; room four,
26; room five, 37; room six, 40.
A total of 184.
A district convention of the Re
bekah Lodges of Canyon City,
Prairie City and Burns compris
ing District No. 31, will be held
in this city during fair week. It
has not been definitely settled as
yet but Wednesday, Oct 5, has
been suggested as the main day
of the session. These district
conventions are similar in char
acter to the grand lodge and are
most interesting and instructive.
All members of the order in good
Btanding are permitted to attend
the-sessions and take part. Be
sides the business sessions and
general instructions, we under
stand there are most enjoyable
The president of the State As
sembly will be present at this
convention and many delegates
are expected from Canyon and
Prairie. The members of Sylvia
Lodge of this city are looking
fonvard with pleasant anticipa
tion and are maknig elaborate
preparations to entertain these
guests in a true fraternal .soirit
Mothers' Club Secures Play Ground.
The Mothers' Club of this city
has bought two acres of fine
ground in the old fair grounds
field northeast of town which will
be parked and arranged for a
play ground for the children.
The club determined upon this
moye some time ago and had
been negotiating for a suitable
plot. The land was purchased
from the Western Colonization
Co., successors to the Road Co.,
and is an ideal tract for the pur
pose. Mr. Lundy, the local agent
of the concern secured the land
for them at a reduced figure and
although Dr. L. E. Hibbard had
a lease on the land and it takes
two acres of his garden plot, ho
very generously released it.
The plot is right on tho Sweek
ditch and water for irrigation
may bo had during the growing
season. The Club will make all
necessary preparations to put tho
planting to grass, flowers, orna
mental shrubs, trees, etc., at
This is a movement tliat re
ceives Unanimous praiso from tho
people of Burns nnd one of tho
many find undertakings of tho
Mothers' Club. It will receive
tho concerted support of all our
citizens and will hoof inestimable
benefit to tho community. Tho
Times-Herald heartily congrat
ulates tho ladies on their success
and assures them of its services
in making this play ground an
County court has been in ses
sion since last Wednesday with
'.Judge Rector, Commissioners
Stallard and Smyth all being pre
sent. The term is a light ono
and will likely adjourn today.
Following business had been
transacted up to adjournment
Annointment of judges nnd
clerks of election to fill vacancies.
Mrs. K. Winters appointed
janitor for tho high school.
Reports of tho road masters all
approved. $1000 appropriated
for work in Dist 1; $1000 for
District 2 and $500 for Dist 3.
Contract with Mnrsden &
Griffith as county physicians
Geo. McLaren awarded con
tract to deliver 20 cords of pine
wood at $G.G0 per cord and 15
cords of mahogany at $7.50 per
B. W. Hamilton awarded con
tract to keep tho county poor.
J. W. Lee of Alberson granted
a liqnor license for six months.
L. M. Hamilton road ordered
Petition to change the Waverly-
Anderson valley road allowed.
ASPIRANTS FOR COUNTY OFFICE.
Thursday was the last day on
which candidates for office in the
county could file their petitions
with tho clerk and be placed on
the primary ballot The follow
ing have filed the necessary peti
tions and will appear:
Judge-W. L. Best, Grant
Clerk-J. D. Stewart, E. B.
Sheriff-R. T. Hughet
Treasurer E. N. Jameson.
Surveyor E. A. Shafer.
Coroner Dr. J. W. Geary.
Constable, Waverly precinct
Robt S. Grant Jr.
Central Committeeman, Burns
precinct A. W. Gowan.
Judge J. W. Buchanan.
Clerk Sam Mothershead.
Sheriff-Sidney Comegys, Henry
Richardson, A. K. Richardson.
Treasurer Simon Lewis.
Commissioner Isaac Foster.
Surveyor C. E. Beery.
Justice, Burns precinct M. L.
Central Committeeman, Burns
precinct Geo. S. Sizemore.
NEW LAND RULINO.
A recent ruling of the Depart
ment of the Interior is of con
siderable interest to this section.
It provides that actual residence
on 320 acre homesteads is not
necessary, as cultivation and
production is the basis of good
faith and will be considered in
making proof. This is a matter
that effects quite an area in this
land district and many home
steaders are effected by it
The Times-Herald has not gone
into it thoroughly but it seems
that all that is necessary is for
the climant to reside near enough
the land to supervise the work
for developing it and fulfilling
the requirements necessary to
make necessary proof of cultiva
tion. "GRANDMA" LEWIS DEAD-
"Grandma" Lewis, mother of
M. L. Lewis, passed away at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Richardson in this city Thursday
evening aged 86 years. She had
been in her usual health up to
Wednesday morning when she
was stricken with appoplexy and
never regained consciousness.
She passed away peacefully.
"Grandma" Lewis had many
friends in this city and was high
ly respected. The funeral ser
vices will bo conducted by Rev.
C. W. Holloman this afternoon
at the Richardson homo and in
terment will be made in the
Burns cemetery beside her hus
band. Arrena Lewis was born in
Rockingham County, N. C. Aug.
14. 1824. Soon after marriage
she moved to Patrick County,
Va. where her homo was until
coming west, which was in 1892
Burns in 1895. Eleven children
in all, soven of whom nro living!
A. J. Lewis. in W. Va., Mrs. W.
T. Massoy, Mrs. W. D. Anglih
nnd T. E. Lewis, near tho old
homo in Patrick County, Va.
W. K. Lewis and R. M. Lewis of
Pnlouso City. Wash, nnd M. L.
of Burns, 48 grand childron nnd
30 great grandchildrcd as far as
known now all living. Her hus
band, D. M. Lewis died in Burns
Dec. 1897 when 83 years of age.
Two brothers and ono sister,
Andrew nnd W. B. Clifton and
Mrs. P. M. Smith, survive and
live in Va.
Alfred Benjamin at Schenk
Chas. Davis of Harney has rye
Tho little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Stowart is ill.
Mrs. Chas. Roper is over from
Harney tho guest of friends.
Foil SALU-Second hand buggy
and light hack enquiro at this
When in Burns stop at the
Overland. It's under now man
agement You'll liko it.
Good pasture with wator whoro
horses will bo taken-Mrs. P. E.
McGee, Burns, Oregon.
Tho great salo of Men's Cloth
ing and high grado stationery at
The Busy Corner Store, last two
Whips from 15c. to $4 each un
breakable whips that will last
you a life timo at J. C. Welcome
Thero will be a social danco at
the Sunset schoolhouso on Sept
16. Supper will bo served at
Mrs. Egglcston's. Good music.
All cordially invited.
Dr. A. Mclntyrc who recently
came here from Nevada in com
nany with Henry Welcome, has
gone to Portland to tako the
medical examination in order to
bo licensed to practice in this
state. We do not know whero
he intends to locate.
I have all the popular varieties
of prunes raised in tho state of
Oregon including California
Sugar. 1000 lbs. of Bclshaw, also
a large amount of the famous
Golden Branch plums and
other varieties. Peaches and
apples all for salo at tho Bel
shaw ranch near Mt Vernon,
' Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Marsden
arrived homo yesterday evening
after an absence of over two
months in California. They left
their son George at the state uni
versity in fine spirits and perfect
ly contented. Tho doctor says
he is glad to be homo again and
feels fit for work. Ho was not
idle during his absence, however,
as he was preparing copy for his
Indian language books, 'lheir
many friends are pleased to wel
come Dr. and Mrs. Marsdon
Sheriff Richardson left here
Sunday morning in his auto in
company with Sheriff Odell of
Malheur county to take up the
trail of some horse thieves. They
went in the direction of Lake
county and later reports aro to
the effect that they went as far
as Eugene in the Williamette
Valley. Deputy Terrill has not
been informed as to whether tho
men were caught or not but re
ceived word that Mr. Richardson
was on the road home from
Eugene and he expects him to
arrive here tomorrow.
W. C. Byrd and son Chas. are
home from a sojourn at Hot
Lake. They had a fine rest at
that famous sanitarium and
"Daddy" says its tho finest place
in the west with the best of at
tention given guests. Dr. Phy,
the medical superintendent and
manager is a most pleasant gen
tleman. "Daddy" says he would
like to stay there but is afraid
he'd get the gout from high liv.
ing. They came over from
Prairie City in a now Jackson
auto owned by H. B. Hayes and
they enjoyed tho trip in having
E. N. Jameson and two young
men as traveling companions.
Mr. Hayes intends to keep two
machines and make regular runs
between hero and Prairie City.
PINCHOT CAPTURES CONVENTION.
It seems from reports that tho
ple captured the conservation
congress at Minneapolis this week
and the President as well as tho
western governors wero put com
pletely in the back ground. A
report also states that five memb
ers of tho congressional com
mittee, which has been investi
tratincr the Balllneer-Pinchot con
troversy favor tho removal of tho
secretary. A dlBpatch from Min
nnnnnlfa nava: Condemnation of
Richard A. Ballinger in tho ad-
mtniaffflttnn nf tho dnnnrtmnnfc
of tho interior, of which ho is
Bocrotary, and a declaration that
ho should bo no longer roiamea
in that oflko, aro contained in a
Ktonlnilnn nilrmtnd tndnv bv flvrt
members of tho congressional
committee, which has boon inves
tigating tho Bnllingor-Pinchot
controversy. These ilvo, four
Domocrataand ono Republican,
assort that tho vpto is binding on
tho committee as a wnoio. i nis,
however, is disputed by the other
litvn mumlmrs of tho committco
who wero present today.
After duo consideration and
consultation with friends and
finding it tho desiro of all with
whom I havo talked, I have de
cided to allow my nnmo to go be
fore tho Republican voters nt the
primary election to bo held Sopt.
24, as n candidate for County
Judge. If nominated and elected
I pledge a fair, impartial and
economical administration nnd I
intend to give special attention
to tho betterment of county roads
along tho most practicable lines.
dalton i1k10s announces candidacy.
I hereby announco my candi
dacy for tho ofilco of Circuit
Judge for tha Ninth Judicial
District on the Democratic ticket,
subject to tho decision of tho
Democratic electors at tho pri
maries. If nominated nnd eloct
ed, I will endenvor to fulfill tho
duties of tho offico honestly, fear
lessly, and impartially.
E. N. JAMESON ASKS TOR SECOND TERM
I hereby request tho support
of tho people at tho direct pri
mary election to bo held on Sept
24, 1910, for the Republican
nomination to the offico of county
E. N. Jameson.
I hereby announco myself a
candidate for nomination for the
ofilco of County Clerk subject to
the decision of tho republican
voters of Harney county at tho
primary election of Sept 24th.
If elected, I pledge myself to a
faithful performance of the duties
of the office, dovoting my entire
E. B. Waters.
I, W. L. Best, reside on Silver
creek Hnrney County, Oregon,
and my postoflice address is Riley,
Oregon. I nm n duly registered
member of the republican party
and am a candidate for tho nomi
nation of the ofiico of County
Judgo of Harney county nt tho
primary election to bo held on tho
24th dnv of September 1910.
W. L. Best.
I am a canidate for tho nom
ination for the ofiice of County
Judge of Harney county, subject
to the decision of the democra
tic voters at tho primary nom
inating election to be held Sopt
J. W. Buchanan.
JUDQB DAVIS ASKS TOR SECOND TERM
I hereby request tho support
of the people at the Direct
Primary election to bo held on
September 2-1, 1910, for tho Re
publican nomination to tho ofilco
of Circuit Judgo in this district
Geo. E. Davis.
I am a candidate for the nomi
nation for the ofiice of Sheriff of
Harney County, subject to tho
decision of the democratic voters
at tho primary nominating elec
tion to be held Sent. 24, 1910.
A. K. Richardson.
I am a candidate for the nomi
nation for the ofiico of Sheriff of
Harney County, subject to tho
decision of tho democratic voters
at the primary nominating elec
tion to be hold Sopt. 24, 1910.
I nm a canditlnto for tho nomi
nation for tho office of County
Surveyor of Harney county, 8ub
ject to the decision of tho demp
cratic voters at tho primary nom
inating election to ho held Sept.
Chas. E. Beehy.
I am a candidate for tho nomi
nation for tho ofIlco of County
Surveyor of Harney County sub
ject to tho decision of tho republi
can voters at tho primary nomi
nating election to bo held Sept.
E. A. SlIAKEli.
I am a candidato for the nom
ination for tho offico of Sheriff of
Harney County, subject to tho
decision of tho democratic vot
ers at tho primary nominating
election to bo hold Sept 24, 1910.
T Wabv announco that I nm u
candidate for tho Republican nom
ination for Judgo bf tho Circuit
Court for tho Ninth Judicial Dis
Mrt of Oregon nt tho coming
primary election. If nominated
I promiBO to mnko a vigorous
mill honorable campaign to bo
elected. If elected I shnll en
deavor, in both public and pri-
vato life, to fulfill overy require
ment which tho people havo a
right to oxpect in anyone hold
ing this office. I am in favor of
tho district nrlmary. and strongly
opposed to tho saloon and Us in
fluence. This notico is inserted
as nnid matter for which I am
Wi:lls w. wood,
Canyon City, Oregon.
For bowel complaints in chil
dren always give Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
and castor oil. It Is certain to
effect a cure nnd when reduced
with wator and sweotoned is
pleasant to take. No physician
can prcscribo a hotter remedy.
For snlo by all good Dealers.
THIS MEANS BUSINESS
Thoso knowing themsolves in
debted to G. W. Clovenger on
account must make arrangements
to Bcttlo either in cash or by
bankable note boforo tho 10th of
September. This is an unequiv
ocal declaration and must bo
heeded. Tho settlement must bo
ono way or tho other.
G. W. Clevenger.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Utirin. Orruon. Pcnlembur 3. 1'JlO. I
Notico It hereby xlvcii lliat John V t'nurad, I
of llutni, llamar Co , Urcitun, who, on Augiial
H, ijch, null iiomaauaa r.iurj, Mini, no,
OM. for HWJf. Hactlou II. lowiinhlo SV .
Kingo si eaii. wuiamviio airriuian uaa mru
notlcool Intention loinakn Final Coin intiUUon
l'rnnf. tn .tAbllili pl&lm to thn laml utioYu
iloncilbeil, before lb llmliter nt llwehcr. t
Hume, Ort on, on tho lsihrtar of October, Itilo.
Claimant namra aa wlinvaavait I
MorrU A. Hntrer, Kay 1) HUM, Wnltvr II.
Modeler, Walter (I llo.ldcr, nil of Hum,
. Kinm:. Itrglitcr.
HKIttAI. NO. 03111. CONTKST NO. 17n
UxiTgn Statu Land orrtcic
llurna, Oregon, Auguat lu, 1910. I
A aufflcleut conteat affidavit liailug Ix-eu
nted la tbl office by Uuatav A Itciuholdioiitee
..h. -... Ilav. I. M. I tf,,.i M.lal Nil
mill, made May I, 19W. for Nh! Notion 111.
lowilimu lumiuui, liaugr ai Mil, iii.ihkmp
Meridian by tleorgt W Haven, Coiitietee, In
which It la alleged that laid eutrymau haa
not made or filed any annual proof of any
Kndllur upon aald land or for tho lieiieflt
ereoff that lie ha failed to expend upon or
for the benefit of aald land the aum of one
dollar per acre, aa by law required! that ho
haa failed to male eunU'leni Improvement
upon or for the benefit of aald land that he haa
abandoned aald eutryi laid partlea are. hereby
uolloed to appear, iepoud. and offer evidence
touching aald allegation at lu o'clock a. m
oa September?!, II0, before I no Kegleter and
Itccelver at lbs United State Und Ofltes
In llurna, Oregon.
The aald eonteatant having, In proper afflda
vlt, died AUguil 10, 1810, tot forth fact which
ihow that after due diligence peraonal aervlc
of thla untie cannot Ui made. It la hereby or
dered acd directed thalaurh notlro bo gheu
by due and proper publication
W'u. Farkr. Itcgiater.
Hecord addreil of eutrymau Hurua, Oregon
RANDALL, PASSENGER & BALONEY
(ovcrnmrnt Ijintl I.onitiira nntl iIoiiIcth in
HARNEY COUNTY LANDS !!
ROOMS 1-2-3 ODI) FELLOW IILUti.. I.UKNS, OHKGON 11
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
Sausage i .
After May 15 we will give
away Jb JEFHE5.E3 "-'
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.
nimniin ifi mrTr-m-rrr.-int,., ,.,,. , . .. ,
Job printing-Tho TimcsHcrald
NOTI01C KOlt 1'UHLIOATION.
Dhitkii Utatm fa ni Ortu n
llutni, orrt'oii, July aft, 1VI0,
Nollcotn hereby Rlvon lha.1 flimttlo I, AlbrlKlit
ol Nrrow, oromm, who, uu June, I, Iik".
mucin llmncxloa.l Kntrjr No. (Mill, lor HWJi
Hirtlon7, TmrnahliiiM South. Itniian ill. Kaal
Wllliumitto Morldltti, hue flltnl iintlra of Inleii
tlon tcninlcci l'lnul Comminution 1'rool, lni'ii
tnhil.il I'lnlm to tha Inml nbtivo iloaorllii'il, lie
fnru tho lleililii niul llccolvor, nt Ilium, (llu
KOii, on thn lllth ilnv of Holomhor, Win
( Ulmniit iiitmiie M wllnviir
MroU lluffiiiRii, Alexander Mr-Ki'imli', Krcil
lluri'th, Kilwaril Kouiiuinnti nil of Nmnnia,
NOTIUH KOlt I'UHIilOATION.
UNITM HMTMl.AHIlOrrlt It.
Hum", Oregon, July ill. llMU
Nolle U hereby given Hint Merlin J. MoMul
Ion, ol Prnwicy, Oregon, who, on Mny'J, I' on
iniulo litiwemi'Ril entry No ami, Herlnl No
OltWI. for HWNWJl, Hecllon !W ml HNK',.
Hvrtlnn 1. Vwnehii 1 Hnillh. Hang Hn
I'ml, WlllKi'iotto Merblan, ba, filed iiiillco
of Intention to intko Final I lvf
Proof, In mtahlltli claim to thn land ahovo do
rrlhoil, before tint llegliitor anil Iterolvcr. at
llnrna.OreKon, on thn lilli day of 8oitember,llllo.
Claimant namea wlliinaea
J. I,, rlltn, K.J. Howard, II. K. Illintcu, Homer
I'reetey, ol Iircwiey, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
llurna. Oregon, July 87, lull) I
Notice la linrcby given that Frank C. Filter,
ol Ilarrlman,(lregoii,who,oii lloeoiiihorll, W(
.............. ....i.u.l M....tfV CI7T Urlitl Nn tlIMM
ror PMM, neciiou m, inwnailip m rhiui, iiniiK"
1 .11 Kaat Wlllamettu Meridian, line II led uotli o of
I Intention In mako Dual Flvoear Proof, in
ratabllah rliilmtn the land above ili'Mirlbi'd, In -
fnru tho Itriililcr and Itecolver, at Hun a,
1M.1I1I ll.ltll.'.IVI.H -.. 3 . .'. ' " ,, ..
Oregon, on the Wth day of Heptember IUI0.
Claimant namea aa wllntaiea
F, M. 'll.lon, tleorao Tipton, S. A. Mi-aluy,
I II. Hnillli, allot llarrlinaii, Oregon.
, WM rxvur, itcgiater
JnOTICH KOlt PUIJMOATION.
UNITKII HTATF.H I.ANII OKFICK.I
1 llurna, Oregon, July "J7, lUIO.f
, Nollco la hereby git en that Minuet A.Moalcy,
of llarrlinaii, Oregon, who, nil March in, IW7,
I mailndcaert land entry No.l(i7,Hrlal No. 0i7M,
, for NX1"".. HKMNKl). and NK$ Htt ' ., rui tlou
0, Towliailli znnnuill, linilgo " i.nafc t. himui-m"
iderldlau, li.a filed notlei of Intention to make
Final proof, In tatabllth rUlltl to tho land
ahoioileacilhed, before the Itoglator aid ilo
i elver, at imrlia, Oregon, cu the .iJth ily of
Claimant namea aa ltnrar
Hoy 1 human, Irn Hum!. Frank ('. Filler all ol
llarrlinaii, Oregon. J N. Jonaeti, of Klveralde,
Wm. Faiirk, Iteglater.
NOTIGK FOIt PUBLICATION.
UNITKII HTATKH I.ANI OKPIUIS.f
Ittirni Orck'on, Auitutt W. 1V10. (
..... I. l.aaa.l.aj ..lkf.ll ttial Qar.li A UMlitll.
IMIVV I 1IVIVUI Hlajll rve"te a.aae-i
of Itllor. Ortxon who, nn 8teu)t.cr 'Uii)
lia.nl lna.l.,l....l I.e. .1 ..la K,'.. M II Ua 1-11 I Vll.
U-SA,IurNi:UiHtrt1on i, limiiilitpSI Hoiilii.
IUtiEtt'J7 Put, Wlllitineiw Merl'.lMi. Iim filed
Doiicot)! iiiUMiiimiiu imiKo r Mini rrHii,
al.tlati lltt t.a lliaa tat kill all Lit IV A at (.af rl I lMiI . IlH
torn thu Itegliter and llcrelver, at llurna, Ore
gnu, on the 4th day of October, 1910.
Claimant namea aa wltneaica
Irving C. Ilaymniid, of llurna, Oregon lack
Adama Andrew J hklona, Walter F. Uklena,
all ol lllley, Oregon
Wm. Fahrk, Itcgiater.
I HKKlAf. Nii.08
( ONTKST NO. 1(17
ImtciiHtat I. ami Orrirr,
Hurua. Oregon, Auguat 17, 1910.
A aufni'lentcoiitcalamdavllhavlngbceti filed
lu thlaoltltob) Clltroidllrouilwck eonteatant,
agalnat llomiitead Kntry. Serial No CJ. inaitu
July l.luoa, for Kt,HI i4.netlun Sis NH'iHW",
andSVUiNVU. Seitlon s, Townahlp '.it South.
Italige Ml Kaat, Willamette Meridian, by
Fred Uracil, t imtiatee. In which It la
alkged that aald rred Uracil haa abandoned
Ilia above itcicrlbed laud for more than all
moutba laat peat, and that ho haa never
Improved aald Intnl. or plated an) Im
iiroveuieuta thereon, aald partlea am hereby
notified to appear, reipond. and offer evldenr
touching aald allegation at 10 o'clock a In. on
September . 19tu, before Ilia Kegleter and
Iteielver at tit United Statea Und Oflue lu
llurna, Oregon. ...
rbnaald rouleatant having In roir aftlda
til, filed Augnat 17, 1310. ret forth facta which
aliow that alter duedllllgenco peraonal eervlcv
ol thla notico cannot ba inai'e, It la hereby or
dered and directed that audi notlto bo gtvln
by due and projxir imbllcallon
Wm Faiihr. Heglitcr
lleeord addmaeuf illlljliian Narron a, Oregon
. Gc. to 7c.
..(5c. to 8c.
This weather will make you feci
like makina oafrlcn. We have the
BEST STOCK OF PLOWS
on hand and the Iicnl and iiiohI
COMPLETE STOCK OF SEEDS
SEEDS IN BULK AT ONE-HALF PRICE
of packafc seeds. Full slock of
HOES and 3E.3ESL3B.J
Ilcgin to gel ready tor gardening
GEER & CUMMINS
Burns Meat Market
New Shop Opposite Hie
Your patronage solicited.
mMmv m hwr,
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
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Special Attention Given
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iv cuiiuiitiiui: iiuitidiS'.
NEW AND ACCURATIi HAY SCALES
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
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'1 BAKER CITY, OREGON
: Boarding and Day School for Girls. Buvs under 14
years of ago admitted.
x The course of studies embraces the eight grades of
common school studies, based on the state course of
studies, tho Academic course of four years, and the Com
The music and painting departments offer splendid
Studies will be resumed
ij For further particulars call
I the SISTER SUPERIOR.
Expert Repair Alnn
ARCHIE McGOWAN, Prop.
Supplies, Gasoline, Lubricating Oil, etc.
Day and Night
We want to thank you for jour past patronage. We
believe ijou will find it to goitr interest to trade with
i8 in the future. Our stock is complete and our
DRUGS arc the litst. We will not handle any other
Kina ana our prices are rtgnt.
We have the best line of
t Cigars, Candies, Post Cards and Stationery
S In the citg. Agents for
DR. SIIOOP'S FAMILY MEDICINES and SECURITY STOCK RUMMIES
We Solicit your Prescription work
The jpity Brug Store
REED BROS., Proprietor
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WRITE FOR SPECIAL CATALOG ,.. i'RICES
S POKANE, WASH.-PORTLAND. ORE. - s tt JOSE CAL
First National Hank Main St.
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ELLIOTT, 1'ropi ,
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FIRST CLASS I.IVFR. TURNOUTS.
Kan and Hiani always
Villi r lililroiinyc olid til
Hoillli Minn vi ! i ri fi fn, Knn
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Monday, September 5th, 1910.
at the Academj, or address
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