The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, April 08, 1911, Image 2

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SPRING IS COMING
NEW SAMPLES HAVE JUST ARRIVED
Come JEarlyl Avoid Easter Rush!
WORK QUA RAN TEED
COMPLETE N EW LINE OF
GENT'S FURNISHINGS
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Schenk Brothers
Merchant Tailors and Outfitters
Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg.
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JULIAN IIVIIII - - M mania
The people of Burns and Har
ney county should sec that Mr.
Ashley and his bunch of Baker
boosters who will be here next
week are given every opportunity
to secure whatever data they re
quire in the line of work they
are engaged. Harney county
will be benefitted by this visit
and it is up to us to make good
so far as our part is concerned.
It appears that W. C. Parrish,
the engineor in charge of the
hydro-electrtctric irrigation pro
ject along Malheur Lake, has a
live bunch of people interested
in his venture and that it will go
with a vim. A party of some 15
will be here soon headed by
Manager Ashley of the Baker
Commercial Club. The party
will receive a hearty welcome by
the citizens of Burns and assist
ed in whatever way possible.
W. R. Gekeler of La Grande,
organizer of the state Grange,
arrived here this week and has
gone to the Valley View neigh
borhood where local people had i
already organized a Grange.
After putting them in good run
ning Bhape Mr. Gekeler expects
to visit other portions of tho
county and install organizations.
The Times-Herald is pleased to
see the Grange get started among
the farmers of this county as it
will be of mutual benefit to all.
It has never looked reasonable ,
that tho Harriman railroad sys
tem would sleep on its rights
after securing valuable conces
sions in Malheur canyon that are
very essential and important to
hold within the time limit. That
the recent court actions started
in Mdheur county moan im-
We Have Opened Offices
Building in Burns,
Furnish Accurate, Reliable
and Complete Abstracts of
Title to all Lands in Harney Co.
TO
Buy and Sell Real Estate in
Large and Small Tracts.
TO
Write Fire Insurance in the
Strongest Old
fpA Loan Money on Improved
" Real Estate, and to Execute
Conveyances of all. kinds.
All Business Intrusted To Us Will Receive
Prompt and Careful Attention.
MOTHERSHEAMDONEGAN
Rooms 4 and 5 Mcsonic Building.
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mcdiato active work is therefore
considered 'sure. With only n
short time in which to complete
the lino through the canyon un
der favorable conditions we may
expect the work to progress as
rapidly as possible.
John F. Stevens has resigned
as president of tho Hill railroad
lines in the northwest to take
cilect May 1. Portland papers
seem to infer this move means
seccession of active construction
work by the Hill lines in Oregon
for a time, butsinco Mr. Stevens
has opened tho way and the con
struction work from the Des
chutes section being comparative
Iy easy, it does not necessarily
follow that Mr. Hill will cease
just became Mr. Stevens resigns.
Hill people may not do any more
extending this year but that line
will cover the interior in a Bhort
time.
CIPCUIT COURT NBWS.
The spring term of circuit court
has not been a very, heavy one.
Some of the cases were continued
for the term and only two jury
trials have been heard. Judge
Biggs has discharged all but four
of tho jurors and expects to ad
journ the term next Monday
evening. No criminal trials wero
held, one man pleading guilty to
larceny and will be sentenced
this afternoon or Monday.
A new grand jury was drawn
for the term ana lias been in ses-
sion all week. Tho following are
hserving: nenry ueinuria, iorc-
man; F. 0. Jackson, 0. A. Slun
glcdecker, Chas. Beckhouse, A.
W. Hurlburt, James Smith.
The following is a synopsis of
the proceedings of tho week:
LAW
H. B. Symo as guardian
of
mi
Rose Symo and Carl Symc,
nors, ana wm. oyme va, . i.
Horton Recovery of money.
Set for trial third day of noxt
term.
Pauline Locher vs. Krotsch &
Burkhardt Recovey of money.
Jury returned verdict for plain-
tiff for $327.55.
in the New Masonic
and are Prepared
Line Comp'ies
John Slier vs. A. Schcnk Dam
ages. Jury roturncu voruict ior
plaintiff for recovery of 22 bales
of wiro of tho vnluo of $4.75 por
halo.
R. H. Stoovcs vs. J. II. Jordan
Damages. Motion sustained
Blrlking amonded complaint from
files. Plaintiff declines to plead
further.
C. V. Uced vs. Claudo Smyth
Ejoctmont. Sot for fourth day
of noxt regular tonn.
Frank Cawlflold vs. D. II.
Smyth Recovery of monoy. Sot
for tho fourth day next regular
term.
Frank Cawlflold vs. D. II.
my th and Claudo Smyth-Ejectment.
Set for trial on second
day of October term.
Marsdon & Gcarv vs. Ld Jor
dan-Attachment Settled and
dismissed.
EQUITY
R. L. GUlcspio vb. C. II. Rob
ertson, ot al. Specific perfor
mance. Reply filed and notico
thereof in open court.
A. II. Lippman vs. Oscar Bald
win Foreclosure of mortgage.
Default and decree for plaintiff.
Emma Mlllor vs. Geo. S. Mil
ler-Divorce. Application for
alimony pending suit Court al
lows $250.00 attornoy fco and
$30.00 nor month maintenaco of
plaintiff and childron.
Julia M. O'Connor vs. George
O'Connor Divorce. Default of
dofendant Roferred to official
reporter fortaking testimony.
Ada Pierce vs. James Piorco
Divorce. Default of defendant.
Decree as prayed for.
Mary Crawford vs. Wm. Craw
fordDivorce. Decree for plain
tiff.
CRIMINAL
SUite vs. 0. A. Prough- Lar
ceny, five indictments. All dis
missed on motion of district at
tornoy, the prosecuting witness
bavin? made affidavit to tho
grand jury that ho had perjured
himself in his former testimony.
State vs. E. E. McCoy and J.
II. Henderson Unlawful pos
session of deer; throe indictments.
Plead not guilty to all counts.
Set for trial the fourth day of
October term. Later: This mor
ning tho defendants changed
their plea to guilty on one count
and Judge Biggs lined $150.
NEWS FROM VALEV VIEW.
Goortro Raycraft will put tho
store front in at Harriman. Geo.
is a first class carpenter.
Valley View Bchool started
Monday, April 3, with Miss Hcl
eno Swain at the helm, teaching
the "young, ideas" how to
"shoot." Miss Swain has threo
months to teach nt this place.
Mr. George Raycraft built a nice,
new desk for Miss Swain's use.
J. M. Hoffeditz had his brand
registered at Burns which is i;
we see ho has his mulo colt
branded with 1 and we are won
rierincr what ho is coinir to do
(with the other half (of tho mule.)
G. M. Cobb is homo from
Crane creek where ho has been
trapping.
H. F. Huntloy and George
Bryning aro busy clearing brush,
plowing and building rabbit
fence.
C. E. LoMay made a black
board for tho school house.
Mrs. C. D. Howard and two
children, Mabel and Leonard,
visited her daughter, Mrs. Os
walt, last week.
Tho Loyal Neighbors society
met at tho home of Mrs. C. E.
LoMay last Thursday afternoon;
luncheon was served. Tho next
meeting will be with Mrs. Ray
craft on tho 14th.
Mr. Gekeler, State Grango or
ganizer, will arrive in Lawen on
Friday on his way to Valley
View; on Saturday ho will install
tho officers of tho nowly organ
ized Grango; ho will filso dovoto
Bomo timo toward tho establish
ing of Granges throughout tho
valloy. -
Jack Raiidit,
SCHOOL CHILDREN ENTERTAIN.
Tho entertainment given by
tho public school children last
Saturday evening for" tho benefit
of the picture fund brought forth
most favorablo and pleasing
comment from nil thoso who at
tended. Each number was well
received and showed excellent
and painstaking training by the
teachers having it in charge.
Tho littlo ones acquitted them
selves with credit and Burns
feels proud of hor children.
Tho attendanco was largo and
over $100 was cleared to apply on
pictures to adorn tho walls of tho
now school building whon erect
ed,
Tho Baptist Ladies Aid
will
Sat-
continuo window Bales each
day until further notice.
AN UXCEP1I0NAL TRI3AT INST0RG.
Dlsllngulslicd Dramatic Reader and Singer
nt Photo-Play Houho April 17.
Edward Abnor Thompson, tho
distinguished reader and drama
tist of BoBton, a brother of Mrs.
M. V. Dodge of this city, is com
ing to Burns on a visit to tho
latter and has been prevailed
upon to appear nt tho Photo-Play
house of Mr FoIIowb on Monday
ovoning, April 17. Every Beat
in tho houso has boon reserved
and from information nt hand
tho people of Burns are to have
an exceptional treat on that even
ing.
Mr. Thompson comcB direct
from an engagement in tho Salt
Lake theatro and has somo of tho
very best progrnmB ovor givon
tho privileges of Lyceum and
Chautniigua audiences, covering
such range as may suit tho tasto
of all. Ho has unusual recom
mendations from peoplo of high
diameter which appeal to all
who read them. Mr. Follows is
particularly anxious that tho
people of Burns realize tho high
class work of Mr. Thompson.
While his ropcrtoiro covers a wido
range ho will confined the ovon
ing to a lighter vein of song and
story Mr. Thompson being an
exceptional bass soloist and per-
hapB tho molodrama of Hiawatha.
Tho latter with a musical back
ground of ancient Indian melodies
with Mr. Fellows at tho piano.
Tho Portland Oregonian says
of Mr. Thompsen: "A man who,
robbed of his sight, yet lives in
a world ho Booms actually to sec,'
elso how could ho so vividly por-
trnv nature's rights and colors
in his rendering."
Prof. Fred Wcstly Orr of tho
Pacific University of this stato
Bays: "Mr. Thompson's rich
voice and magnetic presence
never fnils to hold attention.
There is dignity and tiuth in all
his work."
Tho seating capacity of tho
Photo-Play houso is limited and
it is important that reservations
bo made early by all who appre
ciate thiB high class entertain
ment. Mr. Fellows will bo at the
ticket ofilco each afternoon from
1 until 3 o'clock beginning Mon
day to accommodate those desir
ing reservations. This should
havo immediate attention by
thoso who would enjoy this real
trcaL Tickets aro also on salo
at Reed's Drug Store.
A NEW BOOSTER CLUB.
Wo have it from an meliora
tive source that tho Silver creek
bunch are live ones and are using
their best efforts and talents to
ward tho boosting of Harney
county in general. So imbued
with this spirit havo thoy become
that a booster club has been for
med but The Times-Herald has
not been appraised of tho full
membership or the entire set of
officers other than that Ike Foster
is secretary and treasurer. There
has been very little in tho ex
chequer bo far as only Foster has
contributed twice mid Bob Wil
liams once by mistake
Tho method of raising funds
for this booster work is original
but tho writer fears will not bo
successful in that community.
Tho bylaws do not provide for
monthly dues or regular assess
ments but when n member tells
tho truth ho is fined $5. Foster
has paid two fines and Bob
Williams mado a mistake and
told tho truth once. It being ap
parent it was unintentional ho
was lot off with only half fine.
Wood Best and Carrol Cecil have
neither contributed a cent so far
which is a reflection on their
public spirit, bo their fellow
members think.
SCHOOL BOND ELECTION.
Tho local public school board
is having tho proper potitions and
other necessary preliminaries to
tho calling of a special election
to voto bonds for tho proposed
new school building. Tho matter
will havo particular attention in
order that tho election may be
legal and no further delay from
technicalities.
Thero hnB boon much commont
upon tho matter of a now location
of tho school building. It is
pointed out by somo that tho pro
sont location is most central.
This is a matter that will likely
bo given attention at tho annual
election in Juno and prpbably bo
left to tho votorH to sottlo.
COLLEOE TO FIQIIT ORCHARD PESTS
A big campaign against tho
pests which destroy orchards in
Oregon is to bo started shortly
by six experts from tho Stato
Agricultural College, in accord
ance with tho legislative bill pro
viding furtds for such work. Un
der tho direction of Dean A. B.
Cordloy of tho college of agricul
ture, Prof. C. I. LowIb of tho
horticulture department, and
Prof. II. S. JackBon of tho en
tomology department, tho college
will establish division headquart
ers in tho principal fruit contcrs
of tho Btato Portland, Salem,
Eugene, Roseburg and perhaps
Mllton-and from thcro tho in
vestigations will extend over tho
entiro Btato.
This is not tho flrBt work of
tho Bort dono by tho college,
though it is tho first slate wido
compaign against nil kinds of
pesta. Many thousands of dol
lars havo been saved tho orchard
men of Oregon by tho timely nd
vico of tho professors. Tho 35
aero npplo orchard of Eisman
Brothers near Grants Pass was
so badly diseased with anthrnck
nose in 1910 thatthoy wero about
to dig it up. Every treo was die
cased with tho fungus, und near
ly half of tho tops wero dead or
dying. Tho vitality of tho or
chard was bo low that it did not
produce enough apples to pay ex.
penscs. Though tho owners
worked hard cutting dead wood
and dead Bpola, tho fungus con
tinucd to gain on them.' They
tried n bordeaux mixture Bpray
suggested by Dean Cordloy in
tho fall before tho leavas were
off. with immediate and pro
nounced benefit Continued fall
sprayings resulted in a produc
tion of 10,000 boxen of ns fine,
clean, henlthy, four-tier apples,
four years after, as could bo pro
duced anywhere in the United
States. Thoy sold 7,000 boxes of
four-tier yellow Nowtons and
Spitzenburg8 nt $1.50 a box, and
3,000 boxes of Ben Davis and
Wincsaps, giving a gross receipt
of $15,250 from tho orchard ho
had been ready to dig out.
William Hellwcll of Yoncalla,
Douglas county, had a similar ex
perience with fall 8prayingfor
anthracknoso, commonly known
as "canker," "dead Bpot," or
"black spots."
Tho protection of the rapidly
increasing fruit districts of the
stato from bucIi pests as aro al
ready attacking trees here, and
from tho introduction of new
ones through imported stock is
tho problem with which the col
lego experts will wrestle. The
details of tho campaign have not
all been completed, but will be
ready for announcement shortly,
NEW CALICOS AT
BUSY CORNER STORE.
THE
J. E. Rounseville is up from
tho southern part of the county.
Work horses for sale weighing
from 1200 to 1500 lbs. four to six
years old. I. M. Davis, Drewsey
Oregon.
SUMMONS.
In the Juitire Court of Hums 1'rcclnct,
Harney County, Oregon.
A. J I'lUtciiKcr, plninlifT
VI.
Mike ThomcU, ilelcmlnntl
To Mike Tliomctt, the utiove nnincit
defendant,
In the oitiic of the Stntc of Oregon,
you are litreby required to ntipcnr mid
answer the complttlnt filed nnlust you
in the nboYC entitled action, on or Iwforc
the last day of the time prcscrilKil in the
order of publication of this lummom, to
wit: on or before May 1, 1011, (aid dnte
being the cipiratlon of U weeks from
the first publication of this summons,
and it you fail to so nppcnr and answer
the plaintiff, for want thereof, wilt nst;
that you suffer judgment to k taken
against you in the sum of $KS.00 with
interest thereon at the rate of 8 percent.
per aim. from March 31, 1010; $26,00
attorney fee: $18.00 with interest there
on at the rutc of U percent, pernnn. from
June 1, 1010, and costs and disburse
ments.
This summons is published by order of
Piatt T. Randall, Justice of the Pence of
the above court, mnde and entered
March 10, 1011, and the date of the
first publication here of Is March 11,
1011,
0, A. Kuunoi.D, Plffs. Atty.
1'la.ttT. Ramiiaui., Justice.
Notice of Final settlement
In the County Court for Ilurncy County,
State of Oregon.
In the mutter of the estate of
Peter Andrews, deceased,
Notice is hereby Riven that the under
signed executor of said estate has (lied
his fmnt account herein as by law re
ciulrcd, and that by order of said court
the Bth day of April, 11)11, at 10 o'clock
A. M. nt the court house at Hums, Ore
gon, has been fixed ns the time and place
for the hearing of objections to said ac
count mid the settlement thereof j all per
sons having such objections mutt tile the
same on or before snld time of hearing.
Dated March 11, 1011.
libWAiinJ, Oati.ow.
Ilxecutor,
HARNEY COUNTY
RESTAURANT
(Wtorgo I'oon, Proprietor.
Now location on hIiIo struct east of tho
Ilarmty County National Hank
JVIHHIiB flT RUU HOUtS
Bakeny in eonneetion,
A Specialty of Short Orders.
Tabln fiirniflhod with ovorytlilns
the market nffonlH, Your patron.
tiKd Bollolted,
t
HAND EmBROIDEREDWAISTS
LADIES' IMPORTED KID GLOVES
KING TAILORED WAISTS
New Line oi Spring Collars, New Barrettes,
Rustlings, Combs, Hand Bags,
New Designs In Ladies9 Silk Undervests
CARRIE!) ONLY BY QUALITY STORES
Always ready for job printing.
Hluo prints of any township in
Hums Land District, Allowing
name of entryman, date and kind
of entry, topography, etc., $1.00
each. Piatt T. Randall, Bums,
Ore.
NOTICE FOIt PUBLICATION.
IWJl.Al KI) TIUCT-i-UIIMU I.AN1I BAI.K
I'NITrllHTATr.. I.ANDOmCfc, I
JIurtiD. OtTKon, llsrch N IVIO.)
Notice la hereby shell, Hut illrectnl by
the Cumuilaaloncr u( ihodeusral I.amt Office,
miller llio iiriitrlaloiia ni the set of I'oniirraa an
iroel Jims tl, ln ISI Met., 517), purauant to
Hie application ol K.lllh Itansoin, MlllCllr.
(Ire-ton, Herlal No OisM, we wlllorJor t public
lo In lh IiIkIioI tiMilrr. t I0o' clock s. in.,
ou the Z'.lli r ol April, lull, noxt t tbls office
the following; tracta of laml
total aniU.Her 91, anil NKiiNK'f.rk-e. ,
r M H. It M K.. W. M,
Anjr mU till prrmtis Claiming advvrielr the
bor-lrncrlll Unit sro itvtel to file ilielr
rUlumor olijectlonion or before the time do.
liilcl for ilo.
Wm rr, Ilmlitrr.
KkRk luvrv, lli-eelier.
notien: for publication.
UNITiMI 8TATKH l.ANll OKFICK,
uurnt, (Jrcf.ni, March 3, tall I
Kotlre la hereby gWcti tlit John I, llrlni, of
lUrrlinan.Drrsou, who, on Mum Ii It, VM. nude
Uoort l.anil Kntrjr No. KO-J,Hrll ho. OIICD, for
Ut Utiil 2, Berllon 30. Twruhli n, Houlh,
ltnre: Kail, WIlltioetKt MirlilUn, has cited
nollcn of Intention lo rrake Final 1'roof, to
i-iut.llnh claim to trw land above ileaorltMM
before the ItcsUlcr ami ltveeht-r, at llurua, Or
pgon.on Hit Mb day ut Mar 1VII
I'lalinanl names as wlloeaat-a,
William K. uray, Alfred " Currr. Ira II,
Clark anilllnjrKellouraUof llarrlinaii.On-icou.
Wm. FakAe, Keslater.
NOTICK FOU PUBLICATION.
lbOl.ATI-:iTllACTl'UllLIOI.ANI BAI.K.
UNITXD HTATKfl LAND OKKICK.)
Iiurna, Oregon, March V, 101 1. 1
Notice la hi-robjr-tlv en. that, aa illrectol br
thoCommUalohvrot theOeneral IjidiI Office,
u nilcr the iirovl.luiu of llioaclof t'ou areas an
prouil Juiib V7, Ivun 3IMat , fllJI, nurauant to
(hoM'llcalliiiof Thomaa I. Vtekcra, llarnnr,
Oragon, KerlalKo OIS7I, we will utter at public
aaletothehlghcat blibler, at 10 o'eloi k a. in .
on the 'J?lh day of Atirll. lull, next, al tlili of
fice, the following tracts of land
NKUNMUanil S'1NK'4,Kc 1 4. T. H It.
MK. V. It.
Any and all pi-ra.nn rlallnlnic aiht-r-elr t'io
ahove-deacrlW-d landaara adrlacd to file their
claluia or objections ou or huforu the tlinu des
ignated tnraalo.
M. Kikhk, Ileglaler
KatNX IMKr. Ilrevher.
NOTIUK FOB PUBLICATION.
I'xtTxti Sum .and Orur .
Iiurna, Origcn, March 17. mil
Notico la hereby given that Andrew 1 Hklena
Idlan, baa filed milieu nt Ineentlou lo inake
Final I'roof, to ealaiiiiih claim to llio lenu
abotodescrihod, Imfore the Ileglaler and lie
colter at llurnt, Oregon, on the Villi day of
April, lull,
rlalniantliainea aa wllueaaoa-
Irvlng 0. Itayiiioiid and Tobla Hklena. of
Iiurna, Oregon, Kdward McDonald and Waller
Bklona, all of Itlloy, Oregon.
Wm. Kahks, Ileglator,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Unitku Btatu i.ani Omen, i
llurui, Oregon, March S3, 1V11 1
Notico la hereby given that John N, II Klch-
nor, of Harney, Oregon, who, ou Mar 'tl, UHxi,
..,. .-a ... ........... If., n. e t,-.l-,tr.. n.k.
lllKiii'liuiiiYaif-H,. villi ..... k.,, civil! U. V.Vtf,
for WJiW., Section M. Towualilp Zi B , Mange
M Kail, Willamette Merlilau. baa filed notice
of Intention to inako final l-'ho-Vear
I'roof. to t aiauiiaii claim to the latin aliovo ilea
rrlbed, before tho Ileglaler and Hut-elver, at
Iiurna, Oregon, ou tho -.3rd day of May, lull,
Ulalmanl names at wltneaiea:
J. W. Iliiehanan. U II I.owe, Wm, dates and
I. M, Hamilton alio! Harney, Oregou,
Wm Famhk, Iteglatcr.
NOTIOB FOU PUBLICATION.
UMTcnBTATtaI,Ai(iiOrricit I
Iiurna, Oregon, JJaroli 'J I, lyil
Notice la hereby glvoo that Thomaa (1
llowaor, of Harney, Oregon, who, on July 1,
WJ. mado llonieaload Jinlry No. uw. for HKh
Htctlon .1, Townthlp '.' Bouth, llango Si
Kaat. Wlllametla Meridian, has flli-il uottoe
of Intention to make I'lnal Uommulaltoii I'roof,
oeatabllah malm to llio la ml above aeioriuiui,
ieforo the Itetflaler and Hoeolvur. at Iiurna.
Oregon, on the th day ot May, lull.
uiaimaui nuuiea na wunn.ai-ai
Cloorco ttchouk. Wilbur llonklna. John 11.
Logitan, 0. (Hies Bmllh all nt llurnt, Oregon.
WM. Faiihi, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
1HOI.ATKI) TKACT-VUIII.ll! LAND BAI.K.
UNlTKliBTATKHI.ANnOKI'ICK.I
llurnt, Oregon, March 3U, 11)11.
Nollee la hereby given thai, aa.dlrccted by
llio Coinintiilniier nt llio Ueueral Utul Office,
uuilur the liriivlaloiis of llio Act of Coiigrtti a
liroved Juno ;7, WW St Hlalet., 17l iiurtuaiit
to the Bpi'llcallon of Klliabeth Mlddloton,
Ilartlui n, Oregon. Berlal No, HI7, woivlli
oiler at rmvllotalu to thohlgheat blddor, at 10
trnock.a iiionine eiiiuayoi May ivu, uem
at tills onice, the following tract ot laud:
WJtHW'f, Hoc. M, T. 24 B , It, 33 K and Lot f,
BeoJ.T AH,K,U JC,V. M. '
Any und all neraoua claiming advertoly the
aiHive iieai-rineii lauua are nuviauii lunieinuir
claim or objeclloua oil or bo lor u the time dealg
nalvd foraalo.
Wm 1-ABiiK, lleglater.t:
KiuhK IIavxy. Kccvlver.
V. 0, DlM.AItll
formerly Aaat, Knglm-or
In IT, H, Itueliimnllon Her
vice.
A, O, l-'AUMCNKll
formerly Chief JKp.
gliiior ot Hollo A
Western Hy.
Eastern Oregon Engineering
Company
CIVIL AND IRRIGATION LNGINEIiRS
Hums, Oregoti
BEAUTIFUL STYLES OF
r
V
WE HAVE p,ows? Harr0ws
Ed Goodmnn will aRain be
ready to tnko tho herd of town
cowb to pasture botween April
10 mid 15. Terms ?2.50 por
month, Lot him know or leave
word at this office of tho number
of cowfl you hnvo to ro in tho
hord.
Relinquishments
Wanted in Townships near
MALHEUR LAKE
Address:
W. C. PARRISH
Engineer In Charge the Oregon Hydro
Electric Engineering Company
BAKER, OREGON
LUNABURG DALT0N&C
DEPARTMENT STORE
Everything Under the Sun and Seldom
"JUST OUT"
Now's the Time to fiet Ready to Put in Crop
Seeders, Wind Mills
Pumps, Hose, Scrapers,
Wagons, Hacks
Buggies and Carts.
ALL KINDS OF HORSE HITCHES
The Famous Rotary Harrou
to Attach to Sulky or
Gang Plows
GARPEN TOOLS
Come In and See Us Before Buying
Young's ffleatlarket & Grocer)
Tho annual Easter Sale of tl
Presbyterian church choir will t
held at tho Busy Corner Store o
Saturday, April 15. A largo an
fine assortment of Easter favw
havo been ordered besides ther
will bo baked beans, brown brenc
doughnuts, homo mado cand)
cut flowers and potted plants.