The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, February 10, 1912, Image 4

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"DRY LAND PARMINO"
(Continued from page 1.)
Dry Arcaa.
Rotation in Dry Areas.
Maintains Fertility and Humus
in Dry Areas.
Live Stock in Dry Areas.
The Water Supply in Dry
Areas.
The book is handsomely bound
and beautifully illuslraded, and
is sold at the low price of $200.
It is published by the author
who lives at 2153 Knapp street,
St Paul, Minnesota.
Prof. Shaw's book represents
BO years of agricultural work
and experience in the Northwest
It is one of the most valuable
books ever published and every
farmer and business man should
have a copy. Commercial Clubs
should interest the leading far
mers of their community in this
book.
"Dry land" is defined as any
section where the rainfall is less
than 25 inches per annum.
Prof. Shaw's book will be read
-with more interest than the most
thrilling of the "six best sellers"
by the farmers in the "dryland"
areas and by thousands of East
erners who are planning to come
to the Northwest It is the
opinion of Prof. Shaw and other
""agricultural experts that a modi
fied sort of "dry farming" will
eventually be used on all lands
not artifically watered or irri
gated where the rainfall is less
than 30 inches per annum. Even
where there is a heavy rainfall
there occur dry periods in the
late summer when if the soil
moisture was conserved the
failure of crops would be almos
unknown. In the Northwest the
"dry land" area extends from a
point west of the Missouri river
to the Cascade mountains, which
are barely 100 miles from the
Pacific Ocean.
The "dry land" area extends
from the heart of Canada south
to the interior of Mexico and
from the Cascade and Sierra
Nevada Mountains east almost
to the Mississippi river.
Prof. Shaw's book is the first
comprehensive book ever written
on "dry farming, " and is writ
ten in a plain and simple man
ner, readily understood by any
one. The publication of this
0 work will be of special interest to
farmers along the line of the
Great Northern Railway who for
years have read Prof. Shaw's
articles on "dry farming, "which
. have been published in the local
newspapers. This work, carried
on by the Great Northern Rail
way with the co-operation of
newspapers, has resulted in mil
lions of dollars of agricultural
wealth being added to the Great
Northwest.
A larg4 etock of wall paper nt
Lunaburj?, Dalton & Co's.
bOmmons
- In response to several hundred
invitations to the Irrigation Con
vention to be held in Portland
February 19-21, a large number
of acceptances have been receiv
ed. The interest in this conven
tion centers particularly in two
things, judging from the letters
'received at the headquarters of
the Oregon Development League:
There is a unanimous sentiment
'for registering Oregon's demand
for a more just share of the re
clamation appropriation according
to Oregon's contributions. There
is also a strong desire for a spirit
of cooperation among those chief
ly interested in the principal irri
gation projects of the state and
for a better understanding of the
(problems common to them all.
It is believed that united action
'in this respect will mean much
for the development of the state.
Among those who have promised
to be present are members of the
Legislature, state officials, mem
bers of the Desert Land Board,
presidents of water-users associ
ations and water supervisors.
Judge Morton D. Clifford, of
Baker, ex-circuit judge of this
district, is expected to enter the
'race for the nomination for cir
cuit judge of Baker county at
the democratic primaries. Judge
Clifford, well known here, served
for fourteen years on the circuit
bench when this county and
Baker were in the same district
and for four years was district
attorney. Vale Enterprise.
Lost Between the skating
rmk and the I. b. deer residence
by way of the corner occupied by
James Smith, a lady's small gold
watch. Liberal reward. Leave
at this office.
In Hits Circuit Court of tlio Slnte of Oro-
Ron, for Hnrney County.
Clny Clcmons, I'lalntlir
VR.
Wllfml Hnrino, Dufctiilntit.
To Wilfiwl Kacino, trciendaiit:
In I lie. iiniiiuof tlio Slato of Orepin,
you are hereby required to appear ntul
nneuortlie complaint filed BRnlnstjou
in tlio nliovo entitled suit within Six
Weeks from tlio dale of the first publi
cation of this summon., to-ttit: Sntnr
day February 10, 101!!, and If you fall lo
to appear and Biiswcr, for want thereof,
plaintift will toko judgement agaliut
you for Iho sum prayed for In plaintiff's
complaint lo-witt
For the sum of $133 00 wllli interest
thereon from the first day of July, 1911,
at (ho rato of 0 per cent per annum, and
Mh cots and disbursements of this ac
tion. This Summons is publiehed in The
rimes-Herald once each week for six
consecutive weeks, ending with the pub
lication of March 23rd, 1012, by order of
tho Hon. Grant Thompson, Judge of the
County Court of tliejatate of Oregon, for
Harney County.
Geo S Suemohg, '
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Umted Statfs Limi Omci
Burns, Oregon, January SO, 1911 I
To Molriua Snook or Kariovt, Conteitte
You are hereby notified thut Chester Keewn
wbo gives Narrows.Orpgon,as his postofllce ad
dress. l lil on Januarj SOtn. Mil, Die In thli
office hla dut) corroborated application to eon
lest and secure the cancellation of your Home
stead .Entry No.8513 Serial No.OVo9 made April
12, IMS. lor NSYij and lots a A 4 Section i
Townshtp26 S.. R SI E..W. Meridian, North ol
l-ake and as erounda for his contest he
allciies tbat said Melvlna bnook has never es
tabllahed residence on said land, or In any
way Improved or cultivated the same, thataue
hasneer resided thereon, and haa left and
abandoned the same on or about the day
of May 1'ios, and haa been absent therefrom
every since
You are, therefore, further notified that the
stld aliesallons will be taken by tnls otlice as
having been confessed by )on, and your entry
ullt be canceled thereunder without your fur
titer right to be heard therein, either bifoii
this office or on appeal, If you la'l to tile iu this
olhce within twenty days alter the FiiUKTH
publication of this notice, as shown below
our answer under oth, specifically meeting
ami responding to these allegations of contest
or if you fall within that time to file in this
otHeo due proof that you have served a cop) ol
our answer on the said contestant eithet In
person or by registered mall. If this sen Ice Is
made by the delivery of a copy of your answer
tn the eontes'ant in person, proof of such sr
vice muo.be either the said contestant's written
acknowledgment of his receipt of the copv
showing the date of Its receipt, or the affidavit
of the person by whom the dellveiy ws made
tatlng when and where Ihe'copy was deliver
ed If made by leglstered mall, proof of such
service must consist of the afildav It of the per
?in tywhomthe copy was mailed, and this
affidavit mu6t be accompanied by the post
master's receldt for the letter.
You should state tn our answer the name of
the post office to which you desire fn ure
no ices to be sentto you.
Wit Farri, Register
Date of first publication lebruary 10, 191?.
Date of second publication February 17, 1912.
lute of third publication Februar) s, 1912
Hale of fourth publication March 2, 1913.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Umted States Lad Office, i
Burns, Oregon, January 17, 1912. (
Notice la hereby given that Robert II Brown,
of Iliamonri. fjountv of Harnev. State of Ore
gon, nas filed In this office his anplica'lon lo
enter under tne provisions ot seciiou rami n s
V S. the following descrlben land, viz-
Southwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter of
section Flfteen13J,Townsnipus , ll.il E.. .m
SERIAL No. 057M
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
lands described, or desiring t object because
of the mineral character of the land, or for an)
other reason, to the disposal to applicant,
should file their afficavits of protest In this
office, on or before the 2nd day of March, IslJ
IVa Fibre, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United States LandOftice,
Burns, Oregon, January 17,1912 1
Xntlre Is herehrelven that Robert H. Brown.
of Diamond, County of Harney, State of Ore
gon has filed in this oSce his application to
enter under the provisions of Section 23C6of
the It S U.s,lbelollowlngde8i.rlbediauu,viz
Lot Numbered two (2), Section It, Towushlp
SOB., K34 t W M.
SKKIAL No. 057A9
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
lands described, or desiring to object because
of the mineral cbaracterof thelaud, or for an)
other reason, tn the disposal to applicant,
should file their affidavits of protest In this
office, on or before the 2nd day of March, 1912.
"x Farre, Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States land Office, (
Burnt, Oregon, January 17, 1912 I
Notice Is berebr given that Robert II Hrowu,
of Dlamond.Countyof Harney.Mate of Oregon,
has filed la this otlice his application to enter
under the provisions of Section 2 i of the It S
V S. tbe following described land, viz
lot Numbered four it), Section seven (7),
Towushlp JO, B It, 34 E W. M.
SFRIALNO 067S7
Anyandall persons claiming adverselythe
lands discsibed, ur desiring to object because
of the mineral cbaracterof the land, or for an
other reason, to the disposal to appllcaut
should file their affidavits of protest In this
office, on or before the 2nd day of March. 1912
vVw. Farre, KeglsTer
NOTICE FOK I'lJIlMCATION.
I'MTEU Statu I.ANn Office
Burns, Oregon, January 91, 1912
Notice It berebr given that Napoleou r
......I. ... I 1 - b.I ... u . ni..! uilnl nn lllll.i II
Riddle, of llarrliunu, oregou, whu on June 11,
1M, made llorai stead l'utii No 2701, Serial
No. 020U, forSV'4l bcillone. TowtisblnJsB.,
flange OS n Mlii.lUMm juenuiii, i. nivu mv
lc of Inleatiou tn make final llv e year l'roof, to
establish claim to tbe laud abovoilrscrl bed, be
fore the Hcsltler aud Receiver, at Ilurkt,
Oregou. on tie 13IU day of March, IVI2
Claimant names at witnesses
J.J lltlns, K V lletnt W 11 Koblnt, Jerry
Dillon, all oMlarrluiau, Oregon
Wm.Fakke Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNITFr)8TATE3!.ANI)0I'FICF, j
Burns, Oregou, January 5,1912.1
Notice Is hereby given that Lester ( Rhodea,
ot Drew tey, On gon, who ou April 21, 1910, made
Homestead Entry, No.wr.'i. for Lois J and t and
K'j-iVVJisic 5, township Jl 8 , Range So E. W II
lainette Meridian, hat filed notice of Intention
to maze llual Commuiatlon Proof, totstabllib.
claim to the land above described, before the
Register and Receiver, at Burnt, Oregou on
the 13th dayof February. 1912
f lalrnarjt narrea at witnesses
W if. Iiunlap. i, YV dates, T L. Jackson, J
E. Rbodet, all of Drewtiy, Oregon
War Farre, Register.
SUMMONS.
In tlio Circuit Court of tho Stale of Oro
con, for Harney County.
Canie Hanks' I'lff,
ve
Ah!ilt Hanks, Deft,
To Aehur Hanks, Defendant
In the name of the Statu of Oregon,
jou aro hereby reijulred to appear and
unsner the complaint died againutjou
in Hie above entitled stilt, on or before
the 2nd. day of March 1012; said date
being the expiration of six weeks from
the first publication of this summons
aud if you fail to so appear or answer
said complaint, lor want thereof the
plaintiff will apply to tho Court for the
relief prayed for In the complaint, to
will For a decree of tho Court dissolving
the bonds of matrimony now exlallnj;
between plaintiff and defendant, aud for
the custody of the two minor ihildreu,
the issue of said marriage.
This summons fs published by order
of Dalton lllggs, Judge of said Court,
made and enteied January 4th., 1012,
and the time prescribed for tho publica
tion (hereof is six weeks, beginning with
thelssuu of Saturday, January 13th,
1012 and continuing each week there
fore to and Including the issue of March
the 2nd, 1912.
C, A, Bvvekk,
Atty. for Plaintiff
Hoi'c is ft iiiusanfto of hopo find
good cheer from Mrs. C. J. Mar
tin, Boono Mill, Vn., who is the
mother of eighteen children.
Mrs. Martin was cured of stom
ach trouble and constipation by
Chamberlains Tablets after five
years of sulTci-inK, and now rec
ommends these tablets to the
public. Sold by all dealers.
Always ready for job printing.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
t'MTFn tite IjisnOrncK, 1
Hums Ongnn, Januar) 17, 1912 I
Nollcolsherelirglven that libber! II, Brown,
of Diamond. County of llntney. State ot Ore
Mti, has filed In Ihla olllcc hla application to
enter unilir Iho provisions of Sections stun, of
tha K M I' s the following iKscrlbcd land,
Mi
Ihc Northwest quarter ot the Northwest
Quarter of section IS, Townthlp.toS , R .Till.,
V. M . h K It I I. N o or.7 M
An) and all persona claiming adversely the
lands di scribed, or desiring to object bet ause
ol the mineral character"! tho land, or lor any
other icawn.to tho disposal to appllcaut, should
file Ihelraflldav Its ol protest In thla oRlce.on
or tieforo the '2nd Oay of Marrh, 1912.
V. Farrk, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UMtVll STATES I.ANI1 OFrICK
Burns Oregon, Januar) 17, 1912
Notice Is herehv given that Robert II Brown,
ol Diamond, louutyol llarne). State of Ore
gon, has filed In this ofllce his application to
enter under Iho pravlalona ol Pectlou J'Vool
the It S II S tho following described laud.vlx
!.ot Numbered one (1), Section 18, Township
MS, It SI K., W.M
SF.IUAI, No UiTtA
An) aud alt persons claiming adversely the
lauds described, or iletUliur lnb).t because,
ol tbe mineral character ot the land, or for all)
other reason, to the disposal lo applicant,
should file their orlldavltsuf protest in this
ofllce,onirlforothe second da) of March, 1912
x Farrs., Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UMTKO'TATKS I.ASHOFHCE, I
Hums, Origon.Jannar) 17, 11121
Notice Is hertbv given that Robert!!. Brown,
of Diamond Count) of Harney, Stale if Ore
gon, has filed lu this office his application to
enter under tho provisions of tttlon 2wi ot
the R S I' S tbe lollowlugiUscrllH'd land, vis
Southwtst iiuarter of Southeast iurli r of
Section O, Tovnhlp ) f, , It 3.1 K M
S.FIIIU. No 05712
uy slid all persona claiming adverse!) the
Ullds dcs rlbeil, or desiring tu object I icau-e
ot the mineral character of the land, or for
kui other reason, to the dlspo-al toapplii ant,
should tile their allldavllsof protect iu this
office, nn or tnJorelhe 2nd da) of March. 191
m Farri., Rtgisler
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ujHm1 all Kf-ons rlrilmtiiK 1 e' the
laiiila ilesLflUtl nr tltlrln i uhjett t atiie
of the tiiliifral rhararter of Hit- Ud1 or for
an jo her raon t the itlBfful lo hii ! nut.
shotiM file their allliinvll of jr. .'-! in thU
otlice on or before the ul ila of March, lJl-
m 1-arkk Hrg inter.
NOTICK FOR PUBIJCATION
U.MTrlaTATSMOrll- t
Hums (iretfoti, Jauitur 17 1 l I
Vit t- in hereby Riven tht Hubert II Htom n
of Olauioml Countvof Harnevtateof OrtK u
han filul in this office his aiplIcatfon t.i tii'cr
under the pro i-ion t of ectioiiH ..u.ainl J: 07 of
tho K. t U. &. the follow (DftJetprlbed laud viz
Southufftt (juarttr of Southuet Quarter of
section 'jaTownihlp.O-Joulh.ItanKeaat M
hFKIALNo. ftVsl
An) aud all ircrson" tUiming adrcrseiy the
landiidescriled, or deidrlu? to object lrtTue
uf the mi rural character of the ihui, or for
anjr other reaiou. to the disposal to atlltant.
ihotlld file their affidavits of protest In thf
office, on or before the 2nd day of March, lyii
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Notice is hereby given that the ,
undersigned has been duly ap-j
nointcd administratrix of the es
tate of Charles Williams, deceas
ed. All persons having claims,
against said estate are hereby
required to present the same to
me, properly verified at Riley,
Oregon, within six months from
the date thereof.
Dated this 23rd day oJ December,
1911.
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Cuuuty Court uictta the flml Wttliudaj lit
January, Ma rib, May, Jul), y plt-mUr anl
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HAUtHiY u.s. t.M urrur
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Mayor.
UtHuriier,
Irtaitirer
Manlial,
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(-auk Inc)
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Sumpter Valley
Railway Co.
TIMU TAHLi: NO. ti IN Kl IKC'I
JUNKU, 1DUS.
Went lijiiiul. Kant Hull ml.
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U:0 Lv Maker Oily Ar 6 0
j:5 " Sontli llaker l.v b '.'5
9:58 ' Salisbury, " 6 0(1
10-01 " Ickliartt " I M
10 07 " Tliompeotit I 5.
10-17 " StolilardJutictioiit " I 15
10 22 " 'Water Tniikt " 4 111
10 ' " Ptiaii'sSimrl " I 2
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1" fi5 " J UNCTION t " 4 l
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It 15 " 'JUNCTloNt " 50
11:40 " yiniitnllt "
NOON
12:00 " 0 I. Campt " 05
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12 05 " Whiliiuyt " 00
12:40 " TUMONt " 2 10
1.10 Ar Austin " 2:10
Sin p on tipnuli only. tNo aKunt.
Tnkiita issued only lor slatiuiiH wlirri)
trains are Bcliwlultxl to tnaku regular
n i..u... ........ .......i...... .i.i.
BKJio. i BnacijuiD II1UDS JH I v uiir C lllft-
ota wliurt) agents exist liefore cnti'rinj;
trains or 25 cents In adilitiuti to tlio ru-
uiui iuiu win uv bjaiKuu
JOSEI'H A. WKST, Hupt.
GIIANT.GKDDDI, Asst. Hopt.
Stoy's Restaurant
and Bakery
llilrd doorouth aide llls.iiier HtilldliiK
J. IJ. .STOV,l'roprlctor
Lunches, short order, pies, bread,
cakes, etc. etc.
PAMII.V E. TRADE 1 SOLICITED.
tssssssssstO' 'nils
isvfor
rifle in limit
SPlllrrl rllarlt.
Where irood rnnrn nnH Liti:..
power are desired, with safety
to the neighborhood.
The fftmU .25.20 1, a light, quick
handling, finely-balanced repeater,
with tho solid top, elosed-in Lreech
"J1 l'l ejection features which make
ZBartlM guns safe and agreeable to
uie and certain In action.
It It madt la use tht powerful new liluh
vtlo.tr smoktlst, IO.S. "iu, i ,.i, ,3
"'.""1 ' ,h wtll known "lack
powder and low rr.s.ur. arooatl.st cart,
ildgtt, and Is the fatal rlflt fur tars.i wor",
w Tvwucimcst, iretsr,
nawkl, font etc. up
Tills rine'and arnmu
tilllon, and all itllt,
AtarZar repeaters, art
fully described In cur
136-Dara r.l.lm u...
for 3 stamps pottavt.
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BURNS MILLING CO.
HORTON & SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Finishing Lumber.
Nearest SawmUl to Burns. Oood Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
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R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
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Civil and Hydraulic Hng
Irn'nation, Walti uH
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JOHN ROBINS
Slock Inspector, Harney Cos
HAKNKY VaLLI- Y HuiiWKK' ' ' u OON
JENKINS & KAISER, Proprietors
WINES, LIQUORS 4ND 01 GARS
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Jun. Mom, Orcfon Society ol I'mlnccm
U. S. Mineral Surveyor for ll'c District
of Oregon
Townsile Surveying a
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CIVII. AND IRRIGATION IAC
Uurns, Ortfion
The Washinglon Kcslan
All TOY, Proprietor
Iry brick building, I'osl Offial
Tlio hill of fare iuclinli
HiiiiK tlio nmrkot ntroid
onlci-H a Hpcclnlly. I'rw
Halo. fJivo him a call.
MOTH'S .CANDY SI
Has just recfiied a frei lull
CANDIES, CIGARS J OBI
Nov and IiiiikIsiiiiu' l'i
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A SI'IXIAItXY OP BOX CANDY -
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