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SATURDAY. 8KITKM1IKU HI, UIO
Six Month w
Thre Months ...
JULIAN llTltn Miitr
TEACHERS' ANNUAL INSTITUTE.
(From the Bellingham, Wash., Evening American)
Dr. Madison's Stay in Bellingham is
Proving a Boon to Afflicted Humanity
Supt. Hamilton 1ms arranged
for the annual county institute to
bo held in the city beginning
Wednesday Oct 6. Ho has boon
in communication with Stato
Supt. Ackerman and several out
Bido instructors and has just se
cured the services of an instruc
tor from Portland who will be
present Owing to the uncer
tainty Mr. Hamilton has been
unablo to get out a program in
time to reach the teachers. How
ever, the institue will begin
Wednesday afternoon and con
tinue until Friday afternoon with
evening sessions on Wednesday
Supt Hamilton has instructed
The Times-Herald to make these
annoucements and further state
that the law requires every
teacher actively engaged in the
county to be present
The superintendent has made
this date in order to give tho
school children an opportunity to
attend the fair and also to give
the teacners of the county such
a privilege. The Grant county
institute will be held tho follow
ing week and is also during the
fair over there.
Supt Hamilton also desires to
hold a school board convention
on Saturday forenoon at which
time he desires to meet members
of the boards of each school dis
trict in the county if possible.
The objects of such a convention
are set forth in the following
section taken from the school
laws of Oregen:
"The county school superin
tendent may, at his discretion
hold annually a school board con
vention or conventions for a term
of not less than one day for the
discussion of questions pertaining
to the public school system.
"The chairman of the school
board shall be the delegate to tho
convention. If he is unable to
attend he shall appoint a mem
ber of his board or the clerk to
represent the district. Each
delegate attending the conven
tion during the entire session
shall be entitled to receive two
dollars out of the general fund of
the county. But no expense
shall be paid until approved by
the county superintendent.
"No school district shall be en
titled to compensation for repre
sentation for attendance at more
than one convention held in the
county during any one year."
rim Trmnn Hntmn nn Dock Street is the Scene of
Miraculous CuresGiven up to Live as Cripples
or Die All These Have Been Restored to Health
and Happiness by Dr. Madison's Pure "Essence
of the Green Plant" and his Bloodless Surgery
After duo consideration and
consultation with friends and
finding it tho dosiro of nil with
whom I hnvo talked, I havo de
cided to allow my nnmo to go bo
foro tho Republican voters at tho
primary election to bo hold Sept.
24, nn a candidate for County
.Tudgo. If nominated and elected
I pledgo a fair, impartial and
economical administration and I
intend to give special attention
to tho betterment of county roads
along tho most practicable linos.
dalton hkh1s announclis candidacy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UKITIU STATU MKII umili
lluriia. Oregon, Hopletnbor 8, lIO. I
Nolloe It luroliy kIvoii tint John K. Conuit.
I iiiii.m. Ilnrnor Co .Oregon, who, on August
lim ' 14. IIKW. inmlo llnmsl(l Kntry, Horlnl, No,
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tho district primary, nndBtrongly
opposed to tho saloon and its In
fluence. ThlB notico Ih inserted
IIH Illllll 1I11LI.LII1 1UI 1VI11111 A I. Ill "'-. :....r .. .1 -"..
rvmnnnH bio Kungo ' K"t. Wlilsmetlo MurinUn, Ins ninl
respoilHluiu. noik'eol Intention lo make Final Oiimmiitstlon
WELLS W. WOOD. Vtwi, o establish claim to tho land abotii
YY '"" . "uui'i ilenorfbeil, l,.foro tho llr-i slor mid Horclyer. at
Clin V011 City. Oregon. .llurns, Oregon, oiitlioislhdajr of October, into.
Hay ii, mtni, niuu'r n
11 oil J cr, all
Good pasture with water whero
horses will bo taken Mm. F. E.
McGoc, Burns, Oregon.
(J0NTK8T NO, 167.
Alfred Benjamin at Schenk
There will be a social dance at
the Sunset schoolhouse on Sept.
Fon SALE-Second hand buggy
and light hack enquire at this
Sheriff Richardson and Geo.
Sizemore made a trip to Drewsey
the first of this week.
When in Burns stop at tho
Overland. It's under new man
agement You'll like it
Wheat, oats, barley, rye, hay
and potatoes for sale J. II.
Anderson, Van, Oregon.
Isaac Foster and son Frank
were among our Silver creek
visitors this week, returning
Whips from 15c. to $4 each un
breakable whips that will last
you a life time at J. C. Welcome
The Times-Herald has received
a copy of the premium list of
the Grant County fair which will
be held in John Day Oct. 11-15.
It is one of the most liberal got
ten out by any county fair in
Oregon and should receive the
support of the good people of
I have all the popular varieties
of prunes raised in the state of
Oregon including California
Sugar. 1000 lbs. of Belshaw, also
a large amount of the famous
Golden Branch plums and
other varieties. Peaches and
apples all for sale at the Bel
shaw ranch near Mt. Vernon,
"For bowel complaints in chil
dren always give Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
and castor oil. It is certain to
effect a cure and when reduced
with water and sweetened is
pleasant to take. No physician
can prescribe a bettor remedy.
For sain bv all .rood DoalorH.
Every day adds to tho long list of permanent cures thnt Dr.
Madison is accomplishing, in his mnrvelous way, at tho Irving
House at 1315 Dock Street. Rheumatic cases of long Btnnding
seem to instantly vanish before his scientific treatments. Many
despondent sufferers of chronic afflictions aro willing and anxious
to testify to the great things ho has done for them.
This is truly tho ago of wonders. Discovorera and inventors
aro radiating from all quarters of tho globo. Tho modern philan
thropists have also come in for their share of prominence, but few
havo won tho gratitude of suffering humanity as has Dr. Madison
since discovering his phenomennl system of permanent cures, after
vcars of service in somo of tho world's best medical institutions.
His lecture at Beck's Theatre last Tuesday night was not only most
interesting and instructive, but a revelation as well. It is tho talk
of the town. Tho patients to whom ho gave instant relief before
the eyes of his audience have experienced no return symptoms and
cannot say enough in praise of whnt tho Doctor has dono for them.
The case of Mrs. L. J. Wright, who resides at Knox Street, this
citv. is ample evidence of Dr. Madison's ability to successfully con
(Uier the most tenncious diseases. Before attending Dr. Madison's
lecture at Beck's Theatre last Tuesday night, Mrs. Wright hnd been
a long sufferer of chronic rheumatism, but today oxperionces all the
happiness of good health and is ablo to walk about town with per
Dr. Madison's system of treatment was mado possible by his
discovery of the great virtue that lies hidden in tho juices of var
ious plants from Mother Earth. Though serving as a practitioner
for years under the old school, Dr. Madison has abandoned the old
orthodox methods in his present system of cures. He is opposed to
poisoning the system with too many drugs. Nature seems to ac
complish unaccountable cures through herbs, on human beings, as
for ages they have in their silent way upon the natives of forests,
foothills, mountains and plains, whero naturo furnishes them.
In certain complicated cases and in abnormal anatomy, Dr.
Madison associates bloodless surgery with the "juico of the green
plant" There are but few specialists in tho world todny who have
won tho title of "bloodless surgeons. " Dr. Madison is ono of them.
It is hoped for the sake of suffering humanity that many more will
acquire this ability to accomplish cures.
Dr. Madison has scores of convincing testimonials at his office.
They tell stories of human suffering relieved, which have rarely been
equalled in the annals of medical and surgical history. Almost
every one was at ono time given up by the doctors either to dio or
spend tho remainder of their life in bed or on crutches. Some of
these cures were wrought here in Bellingham at the offices in the
Irving Block, where he is now giving treatment daily. Some are
our Bellingham citizens, known and respected here. Somo live in
various parts of tho state and somo from other states. Here are a
few of hundreds What the eyes see the heart must believe.
Read What The Patients Say
"Dr. Madison treutod mo for ileafnceo last Tueiday nlglit, Oct. P.'. Havo Im
proved and hear as well as over. VM. A. DAY.
"lIclIinBlmm, Wash. Oct. IB."
"I ns on crutches for three years. Dr. Madison treatod mo at Hock's
Theatre last Tuesday nlfiht, Oct. 12 and he broke my crutches. I walked out of
tho theatre and went homo, one mllo distanco, and I contlnuo to walk without
tho nid of crutches and nm feeling lino. MH8. II. C. MAXWELL.
"Ilellingham, Wash., Oct. 18."
Ilolllngham, October 1C, 'OU.
I employ tills means to signify Iho gratitude I feol toward Dr. Madison and
his successful methods of treating disease. I have been a long sufforer of chron
ic rheumatism, and my suffering for tho past throo years have been almost bo
yond endurance. I consulted many physicians and spent largo sums of monoy In
my efforts to net relief, but Instead of finding It I had to resort of crutches to en
nb!e me to movo nbout. I am still wondering over what Dr. Madison has done
for me. It seems boyond tinman conception, but nevertheless tho fact romalns
that slnco Dr. Madison treated mu in public at Heck's Theatre last Tuesday night
my rheumatism is past history Instead of hobbling about In pain I visit his
ofllco unassisted and enjoy all tho pleasures and happiness of hoalth. I cannot
say too much in praise of what Dr. Madison has done for mo.
MRS. L. J. WRIGHT,
703 Knox Street, Ilolllngham, Wash.
I hereby announce my candi
dacy for tho ofllco of Circuit
Judge for tho Ninth Judicial
District on tho Democratic ticket,
subject to the decision of tho
Democratic electors at tho pri
maries. If nominated and elect
ed, I will endeavor to fulfill tho
duties of tho ofllco honestly, fear
lessly, and impartially.
B. N. JAMI1S0N ASKS l()R SUCOND TI1KM
I hereby request the support
of tho people at tho direct pri
mary election to bo held on Sept
24, 1910, for tho Republican
nomination to the ofllco of county
E. N. Jameson.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for nomination for tho
office of County Clerk subject to
the decision of tho republican
voters of Hnrney county at tho
primary election of Sept. 24th.
If elected, I pledge myself to a
faithful performance of the duties
of the office, devoting my entire
E. Ii. Wateus.
Ilolllngham, October 10, 09.
I lime had stomach and llvor trouble for fifteen years. I began treatment
with Dr. Madison last Wednesday morning, October 13, and I am feeling like a
new man and I take great pleasure In recommending Dr. Madison.
Q. M. Gwerlne.
"I was helpless from that giant dlncnso rhotimatlsm. I managed to make, my
... on nmiMi... tn tlm Kvnrntt Tlmslrn. whon Dr. Madison called for crlnnlcs
I wont to the platform and ho treated me for 80 mlnutos, after which I walked off
tho slairo anil wont Home wliuotu cruicnes. i weni 10 worn lor i, u. vuuns uu
March 1, and fcol fine. I wos treatod Feb. 25, 1000. ,.,, ,, , ,
O. E. SMITH, Everett, Wash
"I was on crutches for four and a half years. Dr. Madison treated mo at tho
t.-,.,.rntt Tlmntni Tlnimilnv nlirht. February 2(1. and ho broke my crutches and I
walked out of tho theatre. I continue to walk without tho aid of tho crutches
and am feeling flno." MRS. E. O. DEAN, 203B Wotmcro, Everett.
Dr. Madison treated
hear ns good as over.
for doHfnoss sovou years ago
I urn improved and
Uhithuhtath I.anii Orrirt,
llurnii Oregon, Aiigmt 17, 1V10.
A umrltnteoiiteatanliUfUliarlnKhvaii flleil
In thlionleo ly ClItToul llrouahork contestant,
against llomoiteail Kntrjr, Horlal No, m, tnailo
July l.lVOH. lor K)fHKM. Bvptlon 841 NWUHWU
ll(l MWUNWJJ miction 111), Township W Houth.
llango 1MJ nilli niiiainoua jiioriiiinii, nr
vrrA lltili. Cnntotten. In wliloli It la
alleged that aahl Kreil llrneh Imi almmtiineil
IliS aoove ueicriueii taim inr inure mmi
month! Uat pail, anil that ho haa norur
Improved Mlil Unit, or Ueeil any tin.
iirorenifiita thereon i aahl arlle aro herehr
iiotlfleil to appear, reipoml, ami olTor evldetire
touchlUK said alWalloii at 10 o'clock n, m, on
Heptoiuuer 'Ai, 1910, before tho llealater ami
lleeelver at tin) Unite! Ktntea Lanil Oflloe In
lliirna, Oregon. .... , .
The laid contestant having In t roper airhU
vlt, filed August 17, 1310, let forth facta wliloli
how that after duo dllllgence poraonal aorvlio
of this notion cannot ho mai'e. It la herehr or.
dereilam! dlracled that such notico ho glvln
hy due and proper publication,
Wm. Kaaas, lleglater.
Itccord addreaa olentryuian-Narrawa, Oregon
Wm, IMnnr, Iteglaler.
HKIIIAIiNO 03H4. C0NTKHT NO. 17n
llurna, Oregon, AuguatlO, 1910, I
A aumclont content affidavit having heen
tiled la this ofllco by (lunlav A ItcinlioM iniitea
lant, agalnat Ketert Land Kntrv, Morlal Mi.
(nl4l, made May 1, 1909. for Nlft Hycllon il,
Towmhlp ! Houth. Itange 01 Ka.i, Willamette
i i..i...'i.w ,i..A.it w irMVRu. I'oiitentco. In
V.i,i,.i, it I. aliened that aald enlryman haa
not mado or filed any annual I'MlotMrv
hircoffUiatho haa failed to expomltipon or
imiidltiirr upon ald land or for lliti rwneni
.'"'.:... i. l i... i,.. i.i i,i ti 1111101111111)11 or
for tho benefit of aald land the sum of una
dollar per acre, ni by law rcoulredi thatlio
,:.. ,.fi.i m ,nDk iintclimt linnroveinent
im nr fur thn benelltof aald land) that. lis has
abandoned said cntryi aald parllra are bf re by
nnllneil to appear, reaiioinl, ami offer villain o
touching aahl allegation at 0 o'clock a. m
ai.... t.-a.'j lain itAfni-A Hi n UpirUtaf HtHl
it.,c. Ivor at Iho Unltod Btatea Land Olllio
'Iho aald conloitaul having. In proper afflila
vlt. filed Auguat 10, IWO, let forth facts wlilili
lio'w that after duo dlllgenio I eraonal aervl
of thle notion cannot he made. It la herohr or
dered and dlrentiid that audi notlio ho glvon
by duo and proper publication.
Wm. 1'aiihk, Iteglater,
Ilecord address of tntryiiian-Iliirna, Oregon
The First Annual Bali
Captain Clay Camp
SPANISH WAR YETERANS
IBIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910
Good Music, Fine Management
I, W. L. Best, reside on Silver
creek Harney County, Oregon,
mid my post ofllco address is Ililcy,
OrcRon. I nm n duly registered
member of tho republican party
and am a candidate for tho nomi
nation of tho ofllco of County
JudKoof Harney county at tho
primary election to be held on the
24th day of September 1910.
W. L. Best.
I am a canidato for the nom
ination for the oflico of County
Judge of Harney county, subject
to tho docision of the democra
tic voters, at tho primary nom
inating election to bo held SqpL
J. W. Buchanan.
JU00I! DAVIS ASKS I0R SECOND TERM
I hereby request the support
of tho people at the Direct
Primary election to be held on
September 2-1, 1910, for the He
publican nomination to tho office
of Circuit Judge in this district.
Geo. E. Davis.
I am a candidato for tho nomi
nation for tho ofllco of Sheriff of
Harney County, subject to tho
decision of the democratic voters
at the primary nominating elec
tion to bo held Sept, 2-1, 1910.
A. K. RlCHAIlDSON.
I am a candidate for the nomi
nation for the office of Sheriff of
Harney County, subject to tho
decision of tho democratic voters
at the primary nominating elec
tion to bo held Sept. 24, 1910.
Are These Cures Permanent
Read and be Convinced
Tills is to certify that I havo boon a hulplosBcrlpplo for two and ono half yearH
from tlmt ttlarit Disease Klioumatlsm, anil was In bod part of the time; for two
years wa compelled to walk with crutches, DK. MADIBON treated mo at the
iipora house, August a. 1005, and broke my crutches on the stago. I walked out
nf thn onnra house without them: and I continue to walk and I nm feeling fine
hnvn nn moro uso for inv crutches. I take pleasure In recommondln
Madison to tho public. (Binned) M
llolso, Idaho, August 0, 1005.
In recommending Dr.
I was troattd by Dr. Madison at tlioopora house, August (1, 1005, for deafness
Hum boon linnrovfnB ever since. I now bear as well as 1
ever bo grateful to Dr. Madison for curing mo.
Ilolso, Idaho, August 0, 1005
over did and shall
(Signed) II. M.COI.MNH
Tho voico of tho skeptic Is now hushed, (or they must now bollevu this man
Is a wonder, for they can now
tho heart must bolievo,"
see what he really can do, and "what tho eyes see
FRENCH HOTEL, BURNS
The Treatment is Medicine and Bloodless Surgery
Dr. Madison will be in Burns until Tuesday, Septem
ber 27, closing at 5 p. m.
I am a candidato for the nomi
nation for tho office of County
Surveyor of Harney county, sub
ject to tho decision of tho demo
cratic voters at tho primary nom
inating election to bo held Sept
CllAS. E. BEEHY.
Some real bargains in the following
lines by coming at once to this stere:
s and Bovs' Clething:
PHONOGRAPH WITH 25 RECORDS FOR
These goods will be sold at prices to suit
FRED HAINES, Burns, Oregon
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RANDALL, PASSENGER & MALONEY
(lovcrnmcnt Land I.ocatoni nnd dcnlcrn In
HARNEY COUNTY LANDS
ROOMS 1-2-3 ODD FELLOW BLDG., BURNS, OREGON
I am a candidate for tho nomi
nation for tho ofllco of County
Surveyor of Hnrnoy County sub
ject to tho decision of tho republi
can voters at tho primary nomi
nating election to bo held Sept.
E. A. SlIAFEH.
I am a candidato for tho nom
ination for tho office of Sheriff of
Harney County, subject to tho
decision of tho democratic vot
ers at tho primary nominating
election to bo held Sept. 24, 1910.
I hereby announco that I am a
candidato for tho Republican nom
ination for Judgo of tho Circuit
Court for tho Ninth Judicial Dis
trict of Oregon at tho coming
primary election. If nominated
I promiso to mako a vjgorous
and honorablo campaign to bo
elected. If elected! shall en
deavor, In botJi public and pri
vate life, to fulfill every require
ment which tho pcoplo havo a
rignt to expect in anyone hold
ing this ofllco. I am in favor of
Young's Meat Market & Grocery
Reduction in prices
for Cash nearly
everything in stock
will be sold at adis
count. Take ad
vantage of this pro
position and save
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This weather will make you feci
like making garden. We have the
BEST STOCK OF PLOWSi
on hand and the Best and most
COMPLETE STOCK OF SEEDS
SEEDS IN BULK AT ONE-HALF PRICE
of package seeds. Full slock of
A T3 . TC2-TCT"M
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Begin to get ready for gardening ess
GEER & CUMMINS
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIQS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Poctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
Burns IVleat Market
New Shop Opposite the First National liank Main St
Your patronage solicited.
Unfit' in ose
CORTES E. ELLIOTT, Propt.,,
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLER
Sv'i . attention $im'
to transcicnt custom au?l
freight teams. "
JIor.se.fi kept by the daf
week or month. Sf31
F18ST CUSS LIVERY TUIW1
Hay and grain ahcaphm
unhand. ' : re
Vour pntronngo solici'eJ,
Soulli MniiiSt, HuriiH, Ottftd 15
Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
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I ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY"
BAKER CITY, OREGON folic
Boarding and Day School for Girls. Boys under llfe
years of age admitted. an
The course of studies embraces the eiirht irrades o!lg
common school studies, based on the state course ol'J
studies, the Academic course of four years, and the Com-:Jenr
mercial course. iasl
The music and painting departments olTer splendid8."
Studies will bo resumed Monday, September 5th, 1911
For further particulars call at the Academy, or address1143",
tho SISTER SUPERIOR. e, 1
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