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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1911)
llAVE A GREAT EA1PIRG.
(Continued from pace 1.)
and working in the fnco of ad
verso report and comment they
have attracted the attention of
the nation's greatest interests.
Confidence has followed inspec
tion and investment has followed
confidence until the world's lonjr
railroad arms have beon out-
i as high as 60 bushels of wheat to
the acre and other good things in
proportion. They have been
holding grain production down,
because they have no transporta
tion, and to produce more than is
locally needed increases cost of
production and decreases per
bushel prices in sales. But now
that Hill says he will build to this
Harney country, and that it was
to get to Harney and William
Hanley that lie started up me
stretched to brinir nearer this long Deschutes canyon, nothing will
has been called desert is alrcad. wcstwhen the railroad comes."
known as valley. is what they call Harney county,
A leap to Burns, 150 miles from
Prineville without a mention of
wayside incidents would bo un
fortunate. All night the rain had
been dripping, dripping on the
hotel roof. Sunday morning and
A now road from Bend to Burns
through the country the railroad
will be built into, carried the party
of business and railroad men
westward. It too, is a long road,
but smooth. The journey was
but seven hours long in "The
Alteration freeatSchenk Bros.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
l'MT( srvTa I.m orrira.
Hut tie, OrifWB, MpUMlwt H'll I
Nottrets hereby liven that Isitial ; f 'J'1
ol limns. OtefMti. who on Oct. 10. Ww, anil
si.t , Wto, mlt Original II K No. asl.
!-l w;t, and Ailitlllonal llomeateml Knur
No worn, for M !. ., SWt t VW
KpSrt-ton il. rowinhlj. 8, Raw t .
illantettc MerMlmi, lias filer! notice ol Inten
Hon lo male Final Srfrjtor Trvol. to ntaMim
.dm ,.. ih imd Kbitrt iltsoflbeu. tsefstre In
.cBi.ior unit Heeetver. t flnrns, Otenon, "
the I7in iio tt uvmorr mi
rtlnia-inatnssasvvltirss s ......
Men (toiler. Thomas B ' . Jn IlotMer,
(.mrae W . llodiler. nil l" uf. OrngOR.
. Fasuis, BIi
" r - t s 1 Tl 1
it rained still. The auto drivers Journal apeciai, - irmr. pore i ni.
u a a nnu, ,in.!,inj ,, S. Bates, H. W. Mitchell, Paul do
consulted and nearly decided to K. NeweUf The Journ-
jom me xiarnman Hiiitmiuoio m aj representative, and driver (Jol
a strike. The start was late and iins, who took as much pleasure
the country traversed sad with I in the new record on the new
mud in the road and weeping, road as did any one else.
hills. Over at Myers the most
wonderful lunch had been pre
pared by the rancher and his
brood. Hunger satisfied, breaks
repaired and gasoline fed to the
machines, then another start
Night come with nearness to
Buck mountain, that dread of all
travelers. Altitude brought
snow. Soon it was a blizzard of
driving pellets, whipping through
lap robes and garments, swirling
in the path of the auto lights,
making the road seem every
where and nowhere.
Rocks seemed to leap out of the
darkness to dash savagely against
wheels and fenders. The min
gled mud and snow made even
chain-protected tires buzz hope
lessly. An effort to change gears
on a steep slope and control of
the car in which the writer rode
was lost Down the mountain
side backward we dashed, trying
to think the thoughts proper to
the soon-to-be extinguished, but
failing in the confusion. The car
slipped into one smooth place pro
vided by Providence, and another
beginning brought us up with the
car in which C. C. Chapman had
been riding, and this car had de
liberately jumped into a gully ten
feet deep. At another place the
bridge was broken and a long de
tour over rough ground averted
accident Meanwhile the car
bearing the Harriman party
struggled along behind trying to
keep up to schedule with tires out
and oil exhausted.
This is the place for blessings
upon the head of one William
Brown, rancher. Twenty-six
years before he had come into the
country from California, a school
teacher with $1200. Now he has
12,000 acres; his horses are past
his numbering, but he nets $30,
000 a year from their sale, and he
drives, besides, 16, 000 sheep, and,
an unbeliever in the profit of
steers, but 400 head of cattle.
But how glad we were that he
had stuck with the country and
prospered. For at his ranch
house was a light and a welcome
and food to feed all and blankets
enough to cover all, prepared to
give comfort where the prospect
had been a chill, teeth-chattering
night in the mountain desert.
Help came from Burns. A res
cue expedition in charge of Ar
chie McGowan reached us early
the next morning. There was
gasoline and oil and food and an
escort into the Harney city. Dur
ing Monday the sky cleared, the
sun shone. The wonderful Sil
ver Creek valley was succeeded
by the more wonderful Harney
valley. Past fat cattle we sped
on a smooth road. Burns pres
ently appeared in a cove at the
edge of the valley. Perhaps no
where else in the world could
there have been such a sight
Burns is the mill city. There is
a windmill for every home. To
gether they are a forest. Their
vanes caught the red sun and
they gleamed like banners of wel
come. May Burns never be forgotten
in memories of hospitality, or
when there are thought of an
uncommon people who vied each
to do most for the town's guests,
whose women spread such won
derful lunches and a banquet
without precedent. There the
people coming, some of them
across 300 miles of desert, crowd
ed the meeting places and ap
plauded the expressions of the
new spirit as expressed by their
own people and the visitors. And
this new spirit is that all shall
work together, united in strength
for the upbuilding of Oregon,
working for the common good in
order to realize individual benefit,
and applying the immense
strength of modern development,
machinery to the development
chain whoso links aro population,
education, transportation, irriga
tion and perspiration.
Burns is capital of Harney
county and Harney has 10,000
square miles with 5000 people.
Harney has land that produces,
It was charming to see those
hopes of the desert, the unpaint
ed homes of homesteaders, dot
ting the vast valley. It was pa
thetic to see evidences of the
struggle they make to succeed.
XOTICK FOK PUBLICATION
UNITED STATBS LAND OrKII'K.
Bams, Oregon, i-epiembcr W, 1H I
Sotifn-is hcrvbv irlvi'ii thatKOgar II. MclHva
M.f Rik-r Oregon u ho. on September A l"0n
narlo Horuwtra.l entry- No ?7, Serial NoWJft
for v SSK.c. W, Tp. in S., (Unite 47 K , 11
lamette Meridian, fcas Died notice of Intention
to male Final Five-Year rroof, lo estab
lish claim to Ihe land above described, be
fore the Register and Receiver, at Mum. Ore
gon untneMth rlaj-ot (wtober, ISll.
I'laimant names a Iihh.
Ton Salens, of Kllev, Oregon. K. K.0wlv.
Burns. Orviron. Nor McDonald, Carrol VAilli
crtnoon. both of Riley, Oregon.
M. r'AERK, Kstfster.
XOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
I viTnSTTELjisnOrricit I
Bnras. Oregon jcptember IN 1911. i
Notice Is hereby itiven that Edfrarll McDon
ald, ol Rilev. Oregon, who, on November 27.
107 made Iiert-l.nd Entry No 1011, Serial
No 011, lor K'-jSK1,. Section . Township 21
,R rr, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final Proof to es
abllsh claim to the land above de'cribcd, be
'orc the Reslfier and Receiver, at Burnt, Ore
ton. on ihe Nth day of October, 1911.
( laiiaant names a witnesses-
TobaSkiens. of Riley. Oregon. K- . Oaaley
Burns, Oregon Nora McDonald and Carrol
flhertpuoon both of Riley, Oregon.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
V sited Statu Land Oma i
Rurne. Oregon, September IS, 1911. (
To John Otbotn of unknown residence. Con
teetee Von are hereby notified that Lee Wiseman
whocrivet Burne. Orron. as his pontoffice ad
drew, did on September 1. Mil. file in this
offlce hit doly corroborated application to con
test and aeenre the cancellation of your Ilome
Mcad, Entry No IK&S Serial No. 09 made
June , w. for SSW4 S XISi Section S,
Township 24 vjotb. Ranm 90 East, Willamette
Meridian, and a gronnds for his content be
aregestbatton have wholly abandoned the
said land for a period of more than six monthr
las! put. continuously, immediately preceding
the hltiigof the above said application to con
You are, therefore, further notified that the
sld allegations will lie taken by this office a"
hawng been confessed by jou, and your entry
will be canceled therenmler wimout your fur
tber right to be heard therein, elthet before
this office or on appeal.it you fail to file In this
office within twenty days alter the FOfRTII
publication of thi notice, as shown below
mat answer under oth, specifically meeting
and responding to these allegations of contest,
or if rou fall within that time to file in this
offlce due proof that you bave served a copy of
toor answer on the said contestant either In
person or by registered mail. If this sen ice is
made by the delivery of a copr of your answer
to the contestant in person, proof of such ser
vice must be either the said contestant s written
acknowledgment of his receipt of the ropv
showing the daV cf Its receipt, or the affidavit
of the person by whom the delivery was made
stating when and where tbe!copy was deliver
ed; if made by leglstered mail, proof of sacb
service must consist of the affidavit of the per
mta b wbosn the copy was mailed, and this
affidavit mast be accompanied by the post
master's receHt for the letter.
You should state in your answer the name of
the post ofiiee to which ou desire in ure
notices to be sent to you.
WM FiRte Kegii r
Hat of first publication -epternher -.. tail
Date of eooud publication e,.iemb- a. It'll
Dale of third publication (x-tol.lr 7, mil
Pale of fourth publication Octoter 14. 1 11
XOTICE FOK PUBLICATION i
I'NfTKM STATES LiND OFUCR J
Rum . Oregon, September, .. 1911
Notice Is heieby given that Edson B Haga- i
nan, of Narrows Oregon, who. on Kel marv II,
1110. made Home'tead i2nir No osJOO, for V.
-E"v i-Eisi; g x NEi4 NE,4 M,,ion ,,-
North of Malheur Lake.! Township 3 -. .ntli
Bange to East. Willamette Meridian Iia filoi
noticjB of lotostlon to make final oinmut
tioa Proof, to establish claim t. the 'i. 1
above described, before the K.iini. riiulK
celverat Burns, Oregon, on the lull ' '
Claimant aames as witnesses
ch&r'es Wfleoo. of Burns, iirego' F-1 '
Hereto, Rocs Ringer, . L N't. 1 '.a : , i, '
Vim Fabbf. 1.. g'sUr
XOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Usit States 1 akd Orrii t
Burns, Oregon, September '.. ml
Kotit e is herein given that Matthew S Davis.
of Harriman, Oiegon, who, on October 10, 1M
maoe Homestead entry so vim, serial No 03072
fr NjjSWi,,, B'4NW and d'tNE'.
Bectlon 14 Township 3 u , Range 3.'. Bast,
H illamette Meridian has filed notice of in
tentlon to make Final Five-Year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above described,
before the Register and Receiver, at Barns.
Oregon, on the ixth day of October, 1911.
Claimant names as wltnesses:
John R. Jen tins, John II. Joses, Iiavld Jen
kins. Haiite, Oregon. J. W. Devls, Rlreissrte,
In the Circuit Court of tlio Stttlo of Ore
eon, lor llm County of H runny.
Kup J. Winter, rlnlutlrT, 1
Iwisc V r, tilwinll otlier
persons or pa tUoe unktvow u
cliiltnlticr nnv ilsht. title, c-
tato, lien, of intrott in tlm
rcfll itlHlc ilecribl In the
complaint herein, uultmii
To Isaac Wiutorg, also nil otlicr hK"Oii
or partftM unknown oUintiHgiiny rlghl,
title, iliito, lien, or intoitMt in tho
nl eetato ilBecribod in the complaint
In the nrne of the Suto of OruRon,
you itnJ ouch of jou are heieby iMjjnirexl
to appear auil an6orth complaint flhil
againut ou in tbe above entitled itittou
or before the Inst Jay of tho time pre-
utIImI in tho nrtlor ol nublleatiotl of
lllils (jiitnnioi)?, to-wlt: On or before the
I . .,. v.... f rv-.l... ,n,l Mt.l .l,l.i
ei.ltwillll HU Ul VCIVUtT, Alll, ,Ui UlUD
beins Ihe expiration of six weeks from
tho first publication of this summon,
anil if you fail so to appear ami Hlisuer,
for want thereof, plaintiff nil! aply to
the court for the relief tlcLamlod in the
complaint, tewlt: for a decree tllvoroinc
her absolutely from the ilefendant Naac
Wiuters, and the rare , custody, and
control ot the minor child of thu ninr
riap; and for a decree against all of you
etendants determining all claims of
yours adverse to tbe plaintiff in and to
those certain premises described a
Lots S and ft in block "I in Morrison's
Addition to the Town (now I'ity) of
Hums, Harney County, Oregon, and
that it be declared ami adjudged that
you defendants hare no estate or in
terest whatever in or lo tbe said pre-
nire, and that the title of the plaintiff
is good and valid, and that jou all be
forever enjoined and debarred from as
sorting any claim Hhatever In or to said
premises, adrense to the plaintiff, and
for such othei relief M to the court
shnll seem nuet and agreeable lo equity.
This summons i published by order.
of Hon. Grant Thompson, Judt;e ol'the
County Court of liar. e t ounty, Oie
Kon, made and er tereil n . the Snd day of
September, 1011, and the date of the
lirst publication hereof ia September
Chah. W. Ktxis,
Attornej for l'laintilf.
XOTR'B KOH I'l'HMCATION.
I MTshStmsI ANnOrrlca.
Ilurns titcgon t-eptcinl'ccrj'i.lsll
Wiiic i hcreliv given that ircl lllddlc, of
lilaninnil. Oregon, who on March W, limo,liia.le
Hewrtlaml Kiilry So :'T. Kefi . wni
for K, Jkfllon 1, Tvniis"ill " ""??, l'
W lllainelte Mctl(ln. lias file.1 notice of Inlcv
i.H..,n,i.viiii irM,l. lo rsteltllsli clal
l the land alMVeilwi Hied, beKiro (lie llcgisler
and Uccelterat Hums, tiregou, on the SM day
of NoTctnbct itt. ,.
t'laliHSHt names as wllncsses
tl HftorU OreiisbecX. ol X'..,"'!
rharle .V.Walls, Peati llotton, ol l)Utnon,i.
orvgon. -., I.stey. -I, X&1,
XOTICK KOU I'UHLIOATION
tlMitgD Ptitkii I.aNb Orrlfg
Hums, ivrcgon, epleiiilwr t. ltlll
Notice Is hrh given that Trans Sioplcray
et lMs.Orftii. who, ouAiiBtist ., W'.
made Homestead Mury NoWW. lor Ja4.
rVfi.f, and KU Ki. St ,. Township SI ..
Uange In K , lllamelle Metidlati, lias fllcl
notice of Final rive Year 1'roof, tocstgbllth
elitlm to Ihe Und above described, Mlorothe
Heglsler and Receltcr. at limns, Oregon, on
the Will tiny of November, llll.
Olalmant names wltnesacs
Thomas K,ene. Isaac M liavls, htlgar l
Heerie. Stephen Miller allot litewscy, Oregon.
V FaRKK, lU-elntor
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UMTIll KTATSW lNl) Oiricg. j
flutnt, Oregtm, September T, 1911 (
Notice is hereby livea thai rerriMatlwtv.
of liven, Oregon, "no, en July ,Msinailr
homrsleed entrr No. WW. of KW WT nd
KH SBJJ Jeetloii 11. Township W S , , ltne
(Ms Uasl, Wlllanetle Metldan. lias fllct uotlce
el iHtetillen to make Final cemnititatlen
Proof, t establish claim lothe lailatiovOes
eriovM, nerere lue aw,eiv u m-w,vi, '
Hums, Oregon, ou the MMh day ot Uitalwr
ciainutssnia aa wlinrases.
ItaJet Utter, T C. Albrltton, ol Uweiu Ore
gon. Chas. Hohn.of Hurns.Drvgon, Jolin Ileitis,
of !.wei, Ottnon.
n w r isms, iteKisici.
S3,, :BKJi "XXA'-i"
ni MRl.ill)OKN'O.M, V K. V M
M IPKRN WOOMKSOrAMMli'.
,M, et. etsty .SJojiJ and l.th ; 'J'
ins at l.tl.O K. Hall, all Bl 'M,1Jl?i
New(rileiit wlH ,l2 vT!
" r. lesler.t'letk.
Hl'KSIt CII.Vl'TKIt NO. I. U. K. I.
M,-ets every seeottd :' .'"afeT'li ,0
ia..nicltaf. VellaWesfsissit, W.
HYI.V1A KKHKKAII tllvKKl No.t.
Mna MewM, Ke iWe'v.
TUI.K C1H11I.K .Vit. 1 '. M W
Meets eietyfmrth IHesatay,
Healer Oorxlmsu, I'leis.
, B. M.
XOTICK b'OU IHJHLU'ATIOX.
VMTFIl STATUS 1.AN11 HKKICK. I
Burns Oregon, 8e'Biir'JK, 1SU I
Notice Is hereby given that K4 F. Carter ol
Utweti. Oregon, who, ij'i October IW. mdr
Homestead Bntry No lm,fnr -.''t. See.it,
Township l , tiann VM V... vt illamette Mer
Idloti. has Hied HoTlceo! tennllonto make
Hnal Commutation Preoi. to establish claim tti
the lnd above dscIUt, telore the Kegtster
and Receiver, at Hams Orespn.on iheuhday
of November, Mil.
t'lalcuao t names a wltneev s
Francis . Mania. Ileerv I . Humiy. JohH
Hogendhs. Chas. Ingdaul all of Lawen.
We FAaaa. liegteter.
r m lenaWws
Vttamiey ftetneal ....
uoternor .. .
jeeteiary ol HH
isunt. Public lestrwetlon
N'tNTII JUHII IA
Deputy Hist Ally
Ctreult foetl meets the Srst Honda,
April and ttst Motvlay lu October,
Jonathan Bourne Ji.
tleo. R. fhamberlatn
iv H Kilts
I J 1 1 aw lev
A. M. I'rawford
I.. H Alderman
i n.,M Islln
IT. A. McsHlde
uee 11 nurnoit
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Jlubnalor . .
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, K t will give Ji, HO u
( V V rewanl for evi
. V , ilenee leading t
'. f , V3 v '$.! tbe arrest and coo
' 'ml XsTTf vletlonofaliv ar
" I ly or nartles stea
Sjlho iT v-on I at
tfiirniitsii I ,ada
i In -... k I'nwec
tl.m v.-. .tloliot
whlih i . .'er
slgne 1 is in.i'
si B Waters
. K. A. ahafet
1. J. Konegaa
1, H llamiliusi
IB. I' aylresier
10. A amytli
Count) Coert meets tbe grM Wcllieada) in
January, March. May, Jaly, Beptemner sn.l
Nov v her
Assessor. . .
sloes Inspector . .
lag horses, cattle
or mules belonging
Many of its mem
In aoMltloo to the above, the undeislgned
oler tbe aatae eondltiou i'M.n for all horses
branded horse-shod Ur on both or either law.
Bntud recordt-1 In eight couolles Range
Harney, LaVe and i rook counties Horses
vented when sold.
Xune but grown horsea sold auil onl In
VS' 1 . HRnW s. rile, tiregon
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. AlcKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Bums. Ow.,2tnabtt . 111.)
Notice Is 'jetthy given tht John If. IIukii,
of Marrows, Orocon who. on October 12, 1.
uiado lluinesteail Kntiv No. 2ft21. 8rUl Ka.
oxm.tOT iMtt and 10, bictiuB t, Townsbltj27
ngsu rmaetv st esi ana snsivu ana
l.ol 14 Hettion us, ToMDtbiii 26 Rontlj, (UtiM
-.' E.. WIllMiotltt UcrMUn.hu flld notifeof
Inu-ntion tu msl.0 fiasl five jr Proof, to
ettabllsh claim lo the laud aboTdserlbod, be-
lora toe KMIilar and Hocir, at IlarLs.
Oretcou on the lstii dsr of OrtoUer lll.
Claimant nasaos as wltoss
K'Uard apriBor, Edward Anderson, Jams
Ivy, allot Voltaa-o, Ormon. B. T. llugbat, of
Wm fiHHt. K'Kistar,
NOTICE KOH PUBLICATION
Burns, uretioo, 8t.Unllr t, 1911. (
Nolle It bentby Kln tbat Alice H JUjr
sldsrsTll t4 tlllnbanurt tmmm s lh f.si liisia a
aaavHV, wa IIHI.ISSVHIIH, '(aUM W'. "M sfUUV T),
ISIO wade Houit4ad Knlrr. No. 04MK. for 8W y.
ijwtluo ilu tonnsoli.il 8 , Kanice .'U K., Y lllain
L'tte Merldlsu, bas 8ld noilca of ialantlou to
mas final Coimnutailuii I'roof, to ttsubllsb
Llaim lo the laud above dew rlbed, before tbe
Keflsterand Ueeslver, at Bums, Oregon, ou
toe 7tb day 0 November, 1911
1 laioiaov naeres as wiintsses.
Ullo Uaviaood. Harold O. Jobansan both of
bULhaaau, Uroo. William II Uoblus, of
Ijtweo, OreKun. Ouy 8haver,of Iluriis.OrKKOU
Ww. Vmlhk, Ittgltler.
NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION.
Umted Statu I.iNb Oincr
Hums, Oregon tepiewber , lull
Notice Is hereby given that Oletla H. lies
niuwea.ol Mucbanau, UrvKon, who, on Jsnu
vvlliamelte Meridian, has Sled nolle 0
v 4a ValA muU ll.uiA.f.t u. WA nur.i
r , .wwrw tum.n. ..m..i .w v.mi.
toHiisnip a a , Maiign is
.. ll.l.aH.V.1 .VIIUIMU, W U.U UVHVf ul
intention to uake Klul coinmutatlim I'rool
W eetabluvb clalis to tbe laud above described
twiore In Keflsier aud Keeeirer, at Hums,
Oregon, on tbe Tib day of November, 111.
laiiaant names as v. Itutssts :
L. II Mei'ball. Harold . Johmiaen. Mairirla
Hilton, all of Ilucbanau, Oiegon. William U
Koblus, of 1 avieu, irrenn
WM 1 ji hi I.igiiKr
5v turning t or .n fririi'-.r ard c -3.
the washing m Ln" a" wr.r. r, etc. R is
the Curn she!'' r, fail ;; rx 1, f. . '1 t 1,
grindstone. I) m'y,t all tr. !r '' -y
chores in half usual time All ready for wok
no extras to buy. Comes on its own base.
No foundations or platforms, needid. Kuur
small bolts fasten it to any pump. No belts
sbalts, arms, walking beams or .inch'. r p-sts.
Easily moved anywhere ot a !) el jrruve.
See the Engine at Wos-k !
We hare a Farm Pump Er.c n- on exblbl- eyS, ,j
tion in our show rooms. It is it work tnosl ifefe
all .In., rf,nn th- kln1 rt .... . . .1... .. FT
tiresome to tbe farmer Hnm- in tti lamil and let
us show you !.ow tti Farm Pump Enj;ic ..1 du your hardest winter work ot imJ1 cr it
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lluknr Oilr Ar 5 0
SotiUi !Wk I.t 6
'.SflHabarit " 5 0i
IotharU " I SA
ThoMrasfMt " 1.62
StoJilunl Jurtciiont " I lo
Dn'(. Swire " I; 2
KeUwMt " 1:16
JUNtTIOsVt " 1:10
Sllll).U;r " IHft
JUNCTWKt " :60
HnmNiiit " : 0
Ol, Cnrnpt " 06
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AutUn " 2:10
' i. il all i nl) tNo agent.
.-.' iwitiwl only (or sUllorw whre
' iri- aelusilulwl lu roakn regular
I'.iHsciiDro moot purcha tick
.v ' r KcUitH vxisl bt)lar eaUiring
t r V runlH in aililltion lo the rt
gu'ar faru will b cliar';B.I.
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01 ' I 1.H1DKS, l r-, ,1
HORTON 6c SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good Road.
Lumber Yird in Burns.
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The Harney Valley Brewing Co.
Mnlitifi.v tun jh nf
r'u.re Soda X7la7"a,to3r
Pniiilly Irmlo Sutklivil- I'rcc' Delivery
T. E. JENKINS, Manager
--i. Cir .
I fasts riMtrU 4.
t I ks sVatasn .
W. T. SMITH, Agent
This Is tbe title of a beautiful M-i io i ...k ulicli
win show any boy or girl bow toilcccLO Ijh.,i a
postal la tbe mall TODAY and It will La-nt ut! j;
The aim of tbe College li to dlf nlfy snd porn! a, :,
the Industries, snd to serve ALL tlse I -'t le It o"---i
courses in Aerlculture.Citll Enstn"ri z, i ri
EnElneerte? Mechanical EnglneeriL" . inEiirio
eerlnj Forestry, Domettlo. Sclrnto aui Art Cim
merce. rtianaacy and Xusle. The Collets oreni
September 33d. Catalog free.
Address P.EG13TKAR. ORECOlf AOIUCULTURll
COLLEOt tirvallls. Oregon.
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iuv, iinim,i UMAXl 1MBAI JI1AKKDI
II. Busliele, Proprietor
of ali kinds
Your Patronage Solicited
Ciirnur Mr' ji.,1 j SlnwU Uclicr ISulMIni;
Offlrv rvoeu I &MJ
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Hiinujrs, )Iih, uJr
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Haunky Valley Brewery Saloon
JENKINS & KAISER, Proprietors
WINES, LIQUORS AND CI6AES
Best and most popular brands
LOCAL BEER ON TAP
Courteous and obliging bar tenders
niAZ 1aiccd ji o.. .rv consider it tho lit'Hl on tho mar-
w..r,u..,Uun,itr. - Durns, -reOn ket," For salo by nlldwik-is
where Reed ranRe and killini'
power arc desired, with safety
to the neighborhood.
handling, flnely-balanced rerr. Irr.
wl'h .e "oIf'l top, closed-ln tiee.l
and side ejection features win, 1, ttke
7arr7y Kuns safe and ncrecaUe to
uto and certain In action.
' WPOOCnUlkfl. fraA
f-'SSt ' .."- " .
This lifts and emn.u
rmlon, and all nh.r
fully drscribtd In r,
136-psift rauloir I'rct
tor J steinoe txiiiii,.
70 7ftarl JQrvrrtrrr. ,
U Willow Street.' NEW HVH. Colli.
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WRITE FOR SPECIAL CATALOG ANO pricf;
THE A.H.AVERILL MACHINERY f0. E
3 PSL'l-W""-' TORTIAHD. ORE.- 5AM JOSE CAL.I
CIVIL AND m-.
?ty trkk taWM
Tho bill of fare
thing the nrW
orders n pcw
lias JmI itctiwI'C
i " " ' ' . rjtuts wt
When you have a bad cold you
want the bet medicine obtain
able bo iih to euro it with an little
delay an iosniblo. IIoroiH a dniK
iiist'H opinien: "I have sold
Chamberlain'H CoukIi Ucmeily
for fifteen yoarH," gaya Knon
Mlar of Saratoga, Ind., "and
E A. SHAFER
l-S. Mineral SunejorSChllKnglnttr I
lrrialiofi anil Waier Supply i:.
JjInecrlDjf. Iomisile, ,a,id and
Mineral; Land 1'alenl Sunejs.
Ifiinjj, DesixiiiBg, ue ivint
'"ft fctimalei, Ijc.
The Lone S.ar Resfauranl
AH TOY, Proprietor
n iiriir Mnln fit. mxuloor
I" lliviilon A Hirkt' snloou
MQnus at nuu hours
Qnkotty In oonnaetlon
A Specially of Short Orikre.
'I'hI'Io fiiriilHluid with tivurylhliiK
Hi market nlTonlH. Your natron-
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