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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1912)
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LATEST DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES
(From Onr Tottlnnd Cotrtanondciitl
Pendleton people have nrnuiK-
fed to enlawc the stadium where
the roundup is staged, so that
many more people may bo seatid
at the coming show. The man
agement has invited Theodoie
Roosevelt to attend and ho writes
he Is considering a plan to arrango
his itinerary so ho may be in
Pendleton during the Roundup.
Pathfinders who went over the
route to be followed from Port
land to Lnkuvimv for the conven
tion of the Central Oregon Dev
elopment League August 20, 21
and 22, returned full of enthusi
asm for the country they found
in interior Oregon. C. C. Chap
man, Secretary of the Oregon
Development League, says that
portion of the stnto is developing
rapidly and that the settlers are
Secretary Chapman says Cen
tral Oregon will welcome the
Portland excursionists with open
arms when they come to Lake
view in August and each town is
preparing a warm reception.
He says the journey down
through Uio interior will bo one
long to be remembered and that
all Portland people who want to
learn more of their state should
participate. From indications,
there will be a large party go
from the Rose City.
Dairymen look forward to the
Pacific International Dairy Show,
which will be held at the Union
Stockyards Nov. 18-23. It will
be the biggest exhibit of dairy
stock, products and machinery
ever held in the Northwest and
it is believed it will do much to
stimulate interest in the dairy
industry. At a meeting during
the past week to complete plans,
it was stated that with proper
encouragement the dairy output
of this state should amount to
Success has followed the ex
periment of C. S. Hudson, cash
ier of the First National Bank of
Bend, who last year shipped in a
carload of brood sows and sold
them to nearby farmers, taking
their notes at one year in pay
ment He writes D. O. Lively,
of the Portland Union Stock
yards Co., that the hogs are pro
fitable investment and he has a
report from each man who pur
chased, showing a profit of as
high as 200 percent in some in
stances. He says he believes
the average will be 100 percent
or more on each hog.
TH0S.W.LAWS0N ADMIRES NORTHWEST
Men prominent in the fields of
politics, finance and business,
men of wide experience who are
in touch with conditions all over
the country and in every field of
activity were asked by the New
York World what they would do
if they were graduating from
Thomas W. Lawson, the Bos
ton financier said:
After careful study of the pro
blem set forth in your telegram,
were I graduating today from
college, East, West or South, I
would head straight for the great
I would buy my ticket for
Portland, Ore. I would spend
my first week in that splendid
prototype of our old, conserva
tive and intellectual but withal
courageous and hustling New
England capital of a half century
ago. While in Portland I would
hunt the reportorial departments
of the daily newspapers, the
everwelcoming rooms of the
numerous business clubs and the
booming departments of the
great railroads and navigation
lines centering in that superb
Then I would light out and into
the modern paradise of happiness
and dollars, the virgin interior of
that wonderful State, a world in
itself, containing to spare and
then lots more everything that
makes for health, hustle, pros
perity and contentment for man,
woman ana cniw. u i were
possessed of $20,000 to $50,000
capital, in a twelvemonth I would
telegraph back to Bradstreet and
Dun to mark my rating $125,000,
and then twelvemonths later I
would wire back to make it "from
half to three Quarters of a million.
If I had only my carfare, Bible
dictionary and fountain pen, I
would send word to the o'd folks
to watch out for the Christmas
coming of the old homo mortgage
lifter, and I would bet my pal
dog for of course I'd have him
along, against a pouch of tobac
co that when Christmas came I
wouldn't be making excuses for
not coming East Details? Bosh!
When you wake up in Golconda
you should not waste time look
ing for a business guide. All
-ynaneed ia a rake nnd a bar.
ACTIVE WORK BEGUN GATHERING EXh7
Conducted Ftow first Pngv)
The committee appointed nro
working as do the officers of the
Association, without any compen
sation; they nro doing the work
for the particular benefit of the
farmer nnd Btock raiser, there
fore nro entitled to help. The
dry farmer and irrigation farmer
are given equal consideration in
the nward of premiums nnd
should do their part in saving
such products as are fit for exhi
The railroad people aro doing
their part in taking theso exhl
bits to tho crowded East whoro
land hungry people may seo the
possibilities of this big country
nnd thus induce them to come
and make their homes with us,
develop tho country nnd put our
idle land to work. Tho Oregon
& Western Colonization Co. has
provided for spaco in the land
shows of tho East where our pro
ducts may bo viewed and exam
ined. Wo should do our part in
gathering tho products nnd plac
ing them at tho disposal of theso
While the amount ncccssnry
for display at the county fair of
each will not be large it is desired
to have sufficient to replenish if
necessary, therefore each farmer
is asked to preparo at least three
bundles of sheaf products of each
variety; perhaps one of the ordi
nary size bundles will be suffi
cient for the local fair by separat
ing and mnking one of perhaps
eight inches at the butt and two
smaller ones. However, in order
to have sufficient to select from
and get into proicr exhibition
shape. Besides there should be
sufficient to make displays at the
land shows nnd on the trains.
This will require at least three
bundles the ordinary size, but
they should be carefully selected
and not taken as an average from
the field. The best is what is
Grasses, vegetables and thresh
ed grain should bo in proportion.
The sheaf exhibits should be
gathered before too ripe so it
will not shell out nnd the heads
wrapped in muslin or sacks.
Pains should be taken to put all
such in expibition shape, with
uniform heads and all leaves re
moved from the straw of grain.
Alfalfa and grasses should be
nicely bound and of uniform
Now is the time to make selec
tions and put them away in prop
er shape. Don't wait for a man
to come along and go over the
entire field looking for such spe
cimens as he desires. Do it your
self and then it will be done right
and all will be benefitted and no
regrets or excuses afterward.
VOTE TO AMEND CHARTER CARRIED
.Concluded I'rutn Ttrit l'ngc)
Thev will feel that they can
ftnnd their portion of such im
provements if tho larger proper
ty owner Is willing and has con
fidence in tho future of tho city.
So far as that is concerned there
is no question as to tho future of
Burns. It is located in such n
wav and hna such natural advan
tages with n large area of coun
try tributary and the river near
from which nil tho life giving
water to irrigato this big Valloy
will come, the timber back of it
with water grado to bring here
for manufacturing purposes,
power facilities, etc., it is going
to continue the best town in Ilnr
noy county for all time. Tho
coming of railroads will add
greatly to its importance as n
commercial center ns lines will
bo built to this end of tho Valley
just ns soon ns tho rails reach it
either east or west-or both.
Wo are going to have the samo
advantages so far as transporta
tion faciiities are concerned with
any other point in tho Harney
country. This ia going to bo tho
"homo" town of tho Harney
country where tho educntionnl,
social and other advantages that
go for home building will bo first
Establishing Brnnch Offices.
Untttu STn tm omct i
lluttil, Urctoti, Julr 16, 113,
To Frank II, Arer ul 'tattle, tt ihlnilon, Con-
uu are hereby nottlletlthat l.iilal', McMul
Iru who iitt liretraee, llauiejr Count?
Oregon, lier pull olht'C eililtrii, did uu
Julr 1. UU, tut In Una iint liar duit
nurtiitiorftliil amillcatlun In ennleat
eeeme tli reiu'ellatltm ol jour liomeiteed,
Knln trt No, IHU.I-J waile Julr 7, lulo, lot
M',. Mill ttlf.Br! Heitloii M, Tuwo
thiiiMH, ItanieM K Willamette Meridian,
Mid xrouuile (or her ronteeteriealleiea that
Ifrank II. Are? never eetatillatieii till reitilanre
mi lil ImiiI ml imi wholly etemloiml tin
Mil I niul lor perliHl ol mora IIimi all month!
elnoe ittlf iireeecOlug Hie mini ol Hi entile
vll to wit elnce Jaimare 7, lull
mi lire therefore, further nntlrleil that the
Id alleitallona will 1 taken at Itilaoniceai
having- firm ronleMeit Ujr ion, anil your aald
entry will uiH'anreteilthereuutltrivllhottiyoiir
further rlii lit In be heard thureln, either before
till nllli'ii or on M'l'i'tl, II you (ill to III In title
iinii-o within Inertly ilaia alter the KOUIlTll
tuilillt'Ktloii ol thia notice, ehown bclpir,
ymir miener. under oath, apeelflrallir iiieellni
ml rciHindliig lo theee alleiialloiii ol eouteif,
or It you UU wltlilti that time to nU In Oil)
oltlco duo riHil lhl you ham eerved it conjr ol
youraiiawer on t tie Mid tiuiteitant either lu
loron or I'jr rcilitrnvl mall. It thleeetTleele
maile by tho delivery ol a ropy ol yourauawar
totlutroiilpalaiit In iiereoii, nriioi ol auoh ear
vlr iniial ho cither the aald I'ontaatant'a will
ten a klinwlfilfenioitt til lila receipt ol the
iniir, linitlnK the ilalo ol llaretrlnt, or I lie
amilailtuf llioierinn ly whom the delivery
wnimaila latlna whan and wkrrothe ronr
waa .tellecrcli If mailo hy tetjitered In II,
I'toof ut moll acrvlt o muiti'intt ol the acilita
vlt ol the t'roii tjr whom Ibn roof waa nialteJ
Watch Our Steady Growth
That Oregon is acquiring a
most enviable reputation as a
state of solid substantial resour
ces, that its people are recogniz
ed for their energy and thrift,
nothing could be more convinc
ing than the desire of those in
the East to invest in properties
and securities in this state. The
splendid crop conditions before
us this year has already had its
share in turning the attention of
land seekers and investors toward
Oregon, but tho extention of
railroads and the practical ex
haustion of free land in other
western states has opened the
dyes of thousands and direct
ed their attention to the millions
of acres in this state, many miles
nearer home and foreign markets
and, that will, with much less
labor, produce the biggest and
best crop of grain and vegetables,
support millions of head of cat
tle, and prove a homo for several
million people. Harney county
alone has over a million acres of
land uncultivated which will sup
port a quarter of million people,
make them independent of the
trusts, combines and hard task
masters, lo bo sure some in
conveniencies will have to be
suffered, but thev are nothing
compared to those privations en
dured by the pioneers who came
hero in the early days and have
made good. Now we have cities
and villages within a reasonable
distance of all, where heretofore
miles and miles separated neigh
bors and relatives. Wo have al
so markets for produce of tho
farm, as well as tho reward for
honest and encrjetic toil coming
with the new line of railroads
and new villages which are being
planned and plated, and prosper
ity will reach one and all as suro
as daylight appears each dawn.
It is altogether probable that with
the attention that is now being
directed to the state of Oregon,
it will witness the biggest influx
of people in its history within
the next six or eight months.
J. R. Stinson, Prinevillc repre
sentative of the Oregon & West
ern Colonization Co., came in
Tuesdny accompanied by Dr.
Batten of Shell Hock, Iowa. Mr.
Stinson is here on his regular
semi-monthly trip to see Frank
Johnson of tho Bums office and
to assist him in any manner he
may require. Dr. Batten is out
to see the country and has in
contemplation the purchase of a
tract of land from the company,
but thinks he prefers some of
the fruit land over near Ontario.
He is well pleased with this sec
tion, however, and feels that an
investment here would be a good
one but wants land where he can
While here Mr. Stinson went
out to the Experiment Station
with Mr. Johnson, Chns. Wilson
and Mr. Farre. the two latter
representatives of the Fair Asso
ciation, to consult with Mr.
Breithaupt respecting the gath
ering of exhibits for the fair and
land shows this fall. Mr. Stin
son is particularly interested and
wants a fine representative dis
play of the products from this
and Crook county. Ho will person
ally assist in arranging them for
the show. Mr. Stinson will mnke
frequent trips here during the
coming two months nnd will as
sist in getting the exhibits in to
the fair grounds here whore they
will be arranged.
Mr. Stinson informs The Times
Herald that his company has
been establishing branch ofitccs
in Washington, recently opening
one in Spokane with J. It. Lusk
in charge and another in Seattle
under charge of Frank Butler.
These men will assist in plncing
the lands of tho company in this
territory before the people who
come from the East looking for
homes and real estate invest
IMIng whi'ii aud thej'"l nltlreto which II
rai niHiien. anil inn HninaTii inuii ue irrom-
nlod he tlin Hiiimter'rpcoit lor tho latter
i mailed, and Itila a
You lioujil elate In jrimr auawerllie nameot
the poitolllre to which jou dealre lututo notlcrl
lobe ecu! lo you
Wm. Kinan, Hejliler,
Data ol Hut publication Julr 'JO, UI3.
late ol aeriind publlratlon July V7, lutj.
Iiatenl llilnl piibtlrallnn AusintJ, lltl
Hale ol fourth publication Auiual 111, IVII.
NOTIOK KOU PUBLICATION
llurna, Urejon, July 10, 1(12.1
Notlco I. hereby ttlrcn that Aaron KarnawtUtb,
ol Narrnwa, Oiriiiin, who, on Hoptember VJ, Jiwl
made llomentead entry No. 2&i,Herlal Nu 0U7,
lor KiNK WKUNUU, and I -oil A and a,
Hetllun i. lunliililp 'JT ftoulb, ltne Kail.
Mllamelto MoiUlau haa filed notice ol
Intention to make Dual three year I'roof, to
ettablUli claim to the land above described,
belore the Iteititar and Iterelrvr. at Uurni,
Ureiun.oii IheUh dajr ol Kcptoniber, 1111,
Claimant naiuea aa wltneueal
A (I Hbaler, U W, flta'ierald, William J.
Ouon.C A. Ilalnea, allot Nattowt, Orrson,
Wm Ka, Iteilller,
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
I'.Niiau htitm l.iKiiOrrica, I
llurna, (irraoii, July , 1VI) )
Nolle la hereby ilveu that Hoy tlrren, o(
I urna, O moil wlm on May II. luce, made
llomeetu, hmrr Nu, '.?!, Nerlal No Olrvf , lor
M-.SHM, vr ,11. T SIM.. It, at h, U,ia l.l.and
oh'jNh'j HT 6. lumifhlp A1 H , lla,(r II, h ,
.iilialueile Meridian, haa tiled m'tlivul Inleu
but In make Ave year Proo'. to eetabllh
nun to tbu latid MbutiMteeerllHil, Ufurfttba
llialiler and Iterelver, at lluini, llrrion. On
the ItlluWy ol Amiut IVU
t'lalniHUt namesaa wltiieieee
lleorar lliiiiiuii'ie, 1, llo ! Itaker. John
XoteOge and i;rllll K ('.Let, all i( llurua,
Wm. Kiaaa. Ilea later.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tlic mutter of the Katnte of
Nutlet ia licrclijr Kcn to the creditor!
ol n ml nil cron linvinK cmiitu nn.ltut
the catnte of the tlecenactl to preterit
uchclmina with the proper vouchcra,
duly crilieil, within alx inmitha niter
the first puliliciition of thia notice to
Thnmna llulton, l!;li, Oregon, one ol
the cxccutori of the anitl catnte or A. W.
Ctownn, the attorney for the ciecutora,
itt lilaolficc, llurna, Oregon,
' One of the Hxecutor.
l'irst publication Jult (1, t!U-'.
nxntftT toDOi, no. 77,1.00 ;t
Meeta etetr Hiardey In Oi)4 Fellorf llall
wulk aaloMowii Flrati
et-ond Valurday. Jrlret .
T, . dpraiue, laertury,
llatom aeeond Saturday, rim Urireej third
Patuniiy, Cecoml Ueireel lourtli Valurday,
UUIlNLOl)UKN0,7,A,r-, A. U.,
Ueelaerery drat and third Haturday In ea
month. Win. Miller, W M
M IIIKKN nOOIIUKHOPAMKIIIdA
Meela.arery aecoud and fourlli Friday even.
In at l.O.o. K. II.
New apullranii will
I tieiatltMira Intlleil
rtrelrn rourteoue Irrat
M.A Him, V O,
w T. Utter. Clark,
IIUIIN8 OIIAI-TKIl NO 0, O. K. H,
Ueeta erery aecoiid and. foarlb Uoidayi.ln
Maaoulo Hall. Krankle Welcome, W, M
HYI.V1A RKBIKAH UKOHKK No.il.
Uoelierary litaudld Wedueaday,
, , , . llyrdlellallon.N.tl.
Madce Leonard, Hee. Beo'y.
TIII.K CinCLR No. IU, W, ol W,
Meeta trery fourth Tneaday.
.. . n . ... Maudllortou.O.JH,
OR.Heaalora ,,, ... (Jonathan Hourne Jr.
lUeo, K, eliamberlaln
Attorney (laoeral ,,,,,,
Uoiernor .. ..... ,
Hecratary ol mate
mate l'rluter ... , .
K W llanaon
, . T.ll Kay
, L. K. Aldennau
W B lluulway
IT. A. Mollrldo
K. B. Ileau,
If. A, Uonre
KIHTH JUUIUIAl. DIHTIIICT,
,, Iialton lta
.,,,,. U II leouatd
paly Dial Ally
Clreull toart ueeU Hie Oral Monday In
April aud trit Vloatay In Oelober.
Joint Senator .... . t) w farrUh
Jolnl'KapreaeiiUtlee ,. W II Uroeke
County Jodie ,
alovk Inatiecior ,
(Irant 1 lionipann
K II. Walera
Malik I', lion nil
A, K. Iiabardaon
J J, Hum nail
J W iltaiy
IK I', nyhntdi
mi a rinytn
County Cuari lurcta tbe Orel e.lni.Uy In
January, Maitli May, Julj, xtpiviuber and
BaaaiT U, a. Han urriiej
I rank patry
. O, W.CIrteuaer
, A II llyrd
..It. I.. Ilalnia
fit J llaoaeu
A, I tteltum
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
A vast amount of ill health is
due to impaired digestion. When
the Btomach fails to perform its
functions properly the whole sys
tem becomes deranged. A few
doses of doses of Chamberlain's
Tablets is all you need. They
will strenghten your digestion,
invigorate your liver, and regu
late your bowels, entirely doing
away with that miserable feeling
due to faulty digestion. Try it.
Many others have been perma
nently cured why not you? For
sale by all Dealers.
This rifle is built
for settled districts.
where good ranee and Wlllne
power are desired, with safety
to the neighborhood.
Tho BtatO .23.20 la light, quick,
handling, flnelj-.balanced repeater,
with tho tolld top, cloaed-ln breech
and aid ejection features which make
BM2a guns oafo and agreeable to
uae and certain In action.
II le made to uae the powerful new blah
velocity amokeleea loada with Jackaled
bullele ea well aa the well-known black
powder and low nreaaure amoaelcaa carl.
rldf ee, and la the Ideal rifle for taraet work,
or weoocnucae, ceaee,
hawka, foaee, Aete4 up
Tbla rifle andammu.
nlilon, and all other
mtuftm repeatera, are
fully described In our
IM-pare catalog. Praa
for S etampe poataia.
7fo2ftarbt firearms Gx, "
U Willow JUMtT-HtW HAVEN, COrlM.
In tho inntluroltlio eetata
of Davla H. Grave-, tlcceaatil
Notlcn le hereby given that the under
IeiichI haa boen apKlntetl adminlitra
trix of tho ahovo oiiIIUihI ealato, and all
pcraona having cUlmt usialnit talil ea-
tain aro notified to proennt eamo duly
vorlllwl an by law rexp:ilretl, within tlx
inontlii from thia data, U tho under-
IkiuhI at her realdcnco naar Lawen,
Urt'Kou, or to J. W. IHiu. attorney for
aald ontnlo nt lid olllcn In llurna, Ore
Dalii I nt llurna, OreKOii, thle '.'Hth day
of Juno, 1U1L'.
i:rui;i. ii. ckavks,
Adinltilitratrix of tho antato of
David IK (Iravoi, doceaiexl,
NOTICK FOtt PUBLICATION.
llurna, Oirxun, July, 91J.
Notice la hereby given that Calvin II, Mc.
riieetrra.nl hurna, OreKOii.whoon Jannary'JI,
ivo, lunar uuiiiciireu r ui,y nu. vi, neriBl i.o.
30 t, Willamette Meridian haa Hied notice ol
Intention to make rive year proof, to ritab
llah elalm lo tba land above dearrlbed. bafore
the Kefliter and Itecelver, at llurai, Oregon,
on Iba IMh day of Aua uil, 191'J.
t'lalroant namea aa wltneeaeat
l.yinan Hmlth, Aleiandar MeKeuilv both ol
Narrona, Ureaon William T l.eiler and 1'eler
Calmer but j ol llurna, Oreiou
Am, Kiaae, llerjiler
NOTIOK FOR I'UIJLIOATION
UNITKDHTATKH I.ANI) orrillK, I
llurna, Oreiou, July 21, 11J.
Notice It hereby liven that tbeHtateof Ore-
(on haa (lied In thia ofllce Ita applleatlon
(Herlal No OUI7) to aelected, under the tirovll-
lonauf the Act ol Control, approved Aniull
14, Ihih, and aola aupplameulal and amende
H'jSWJf.Hoe ,T 5JH.lt SfK.W U,
Any aud all nereona clalmliKadraraely the
laudadeacrlbeif.or iletlrlnfto object berauaa
ol the mineral character ol the laud, or lor an J
other raaaon. to the dlapoeal to appllcaat,
liotibt Die their aftldavlla ol prolan In thia
omce.on or belore the ciplrellou olthel.erled
Wm. Kikaa, Iteflalar.
riretrubllrallon JulyiT, 101 J
Ult Publication Auisuat, VI.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(K.J Mrklnu 11
Ueelliifa ol the I'oentll every Heexiudl and
The Delightful Columbia River
Route on the Steamers
T. J. POTTER
TROM ASH STREET DOCK
Steamer "T. J. POTTr.R" k-ucn I'orllntiil ill lOiIIDp ill. 'ilnilv except
Sniiiliiy mid .Miindityi iirriiiH nt Aalurlii II (Ml n in mid Mri'ler nl
7'.'t() 11. lit KrttirnliiK Icnvra AnIdihi ilnilv incept Sundiiy, Mondiiy
nnd Tticatlny nt 7 01) ri, 111. Mclcr iil.l:30 11. ni, ftnivhu; nl I'uil
liittd t'UO. On Hiiiiiliiy Icivch atnrin 7.1)0 11, in., MeKhrUU'lp 111 ,
111 ri iiiK IMrtlntitl 11 1 f..'IO 11 111 Monday
Slenmrr "llaaanlo" Icr.vEa I'urllillld ilmly (except Sntiltdrty niiilMlllditY)
:mi p. 111 Mt'Kicr
nt H it, in , Snttndity nt 1 11 111 iiriivinir Aatoiin I:
'."ITi ti. 111. On hiitiinlny nrrliiiK Metier II., '10 i. in Kcltirnuik' l uc
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hind 10.00 p. 111, .Siindny Irnvea Mi'Klcr ti.00 p in., iirnuw I nrlliiiid
r:L10 11 111.
Steamer "liar veit'Qiieen" lenvra Portland dully (exccpl Siilurdnyl nod
Hiiiidny) nt HiOO.'p. in., Knliirdiiy ul 10 p, in., fur Aaliriitiindia liuid
iiiK. HctiirnliiK lenea Aaloriu dully excvpl Hiiiidny nt 7.00 n in , nr
rivitiK I'ortlnnil 11,00 p, til.
CXCCIXENT KHSTAUKANT SHItVICK (Mr.la a U Cnrlr)
Trnlna meet nil linnla nt Mcgler for North llencli I'olnta
rSiituidnv to Mmiilii) tkkcla . :i.oo
I l'ic Itiilc Itoillld Tlin I icketa l.i.OO
Oiiflliiy Hicr Tiip, I'm iliiutl to MrKlcr nnd ictiirn i 00
I'nr 1'itrtlicr Infontiiitinn Aililreen l,cii I'ltm At I'lirllmi 1 ('if
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10 eoiJd eql too noi too HI
11 'ejeinomed tt a' 01 inq
ue eiitopoepuanoi(i ueut
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MnRSPHN & GRIFFITH
I'liyplulniin nml HurKi'Oiip,
h. E. HIBD1RD
id E3 nsr t x s 'X
Olllcn fimt door vnnt photo K'dlory
W. C. BROWN,
Olllcn roiima H nnd II Maaoulc DulldliiK
MILUR & CfiBZEM
ItooniR II nnd 7 M.ieonlc Ilulldlntf
CfiARLES W. ELLIS
Burns, - - Oregon
l'rnrllciiM In tliu Stnto Court and be
dim tint U.H, Ind Onico.
Oluw. II. Ixonurd,
Careful nltontion Riven to Collec-
liotiH nnd Heal Entato matters.
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TIMU TAIII.K NO. fl IN KKKHOT
JUNK 14, 11)08.
Vet Uonnii. Kat Hound.
No. 1 Pa ft. tu. No. - l'aaa p. m.
0:0 I.v BtkerOlly Ar S: 0
0:5 " BouthlUkvr I.v 6:i!5
9:68 'HalUburyt "6,00
10:0t" oLockliftrtt " 4:S6
10:07 " Tuouipeonf " 4:63
10:17 " 'Stoddard' Junction! " 4:46
10:M " 'WaUrTankt "4:10
10 :2 " 'Dean! Hpurl " 4: 2
10:0 " MeEwent " 4:36
10:65" JUNCTIONt "4:10
11:10" Humpter "4:03
11:15 JUNCTIONt " :60
11:40 " Buinmltt " : 0
l'.'sOO 'O I. Cmp " 05
13:05 " Whitney 1 " 00
12:40 TIITON " -' 10
1:10 Ar Aoatln " i!il0
Htop on iljnala only. iNoaKout.
J. OJ. CBflRY
I'litilclan nnd HurKHjti.
Hume, - - - Oregon.
Office in nnu linlldltiK wintli of Welcome
lunn-K- hIkiii, .Main Ht.
DENMRf. & DEfiMAr.,
Physicians and Surgeons
CalN nnetrcrnl pruniplly night or day
Abq h oo'OIS tSomD oom c oo'OSS
sjcili - - HINOIr. V oo'OOZS 3XVW ION AHM
I'niTiri HTtTu l.aMi, Orrtci
llurna, Orrxon, ielrVS, Ml.
Notice la nerclij air en Dial Charlae II. llaou,
uf lire mi y, iiiexoii, who. on MarU.ltoa, made
lloiueitrail Klitr; Nu. 03v, lor HUBWIf, NVilf
llauxoSI K Vflllametta Mnrlilaii, liaa flleil no
lice ul Intention to make llireu rear I'rool, to
ealabllali olalin lo the lamt aloe deamllieil,
belore K I Peede. IJ H Comrolatloner. at lila
ulllce at prowaey, Ureaon, on the aath U of
Claimant naiiua aa wllmiiei:
(leu. W. (laiea. Claratiro Weltv. Anna U
(lalia, Krlflt lark.ull ol liiawaey, Orejon,
Wm Kaaa, UenUter.
Work liorBes for salo. Good
size, good workers andyounir.
W. II. Howard, Drewsey, Oro
Tickcti eine only for lUtlone ve lioro
traini are achvJuleJ to make regular
top. raiiflDKeri tnuit purchaac tick
eta where agent! exlit before vntorliiK
trxslnior25 conle In addition lo lliti re-
julerfare will be charited.
JOSKI'H A. WE8T, Hupt.
QUANT GKDDKB, Aaat. fJupt.
Tlio Oreeon, L'al
.lee iilock 1'roleo
tlon Aaaoelatlon ol
wbleh tlio undcp
alrned la member,
will fire 11,00000
reward lor evi
dence leading lo
the arreal ami con
vlctlon ol any rer
101 uoraea. cauia
or mnlea beloiif Inx
toanrul ita in cm
In addition 10 the abore. the nnderalgneil
offera Ibe aama eondltlen t-'io 00 lor all lioriia
brande4 borae-ahod bar on both or either Jew.
Brand recorded In elUt rouotlaa Itanje
Harney, Lake and Crook ronntlra, Uoraea
vtDla.1 wbeu aold,
(None but frown boraea aold and only In
W W, llltOWN.KIfe. (Irmon,
W. W. DRIRSKWATER
Dr- Minnie Hand
I Physician and Surgeon
Direct Telephone Connection
iaH ieUf VtilU Q" VA
aF'ie'' j. rMta
JPN i, WJ&Jb
A. W. GOWAN
State Courts and United States
Land Ofiicc Practice
Three doors South of the
Harney County National Bank
It Ii I'ooi-ni
ia,o m am mc
M V PoiHix
au h AM.aoc. c. 1.
BURNS MILLINC CO.
HORTON & SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic. Flooring, Moulding,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Oood Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
COOPER & DODGE
Civil and Hydraulic Engineers
Irrigation, Water Supply
Sewerage, Water Power.
fiur), Jlupa, KitliunteH, Supervision
.AAAj bo YEARS'
D0OT AND SHOO RHPAIRINO
Fourteen Yenn Hipciloncc In Tliu
lluaincaa. Hutlafnctory Work ami
I'rompt Hertice Ounraulrnl
Cnll and Vtt My Work.
First Door North of C. II. Leonard
Liw Offlcce Mala Street Burns, Ore.
Go To The
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
1 P. I)I.LA1U
Formerly Aaat, KnilfWer
In U.H ItiClamatluiiiH'r
A. O. Kaulknkr
Kormerlr Chief Ku
Klneer ol Ilolae A
Eastern Oregon Engineering
CIVIL AND IRRIGATION ENGINEERS
Harney Vai i.icy HkkwiiK' y a; oon
IENKINS & KAISER, Proprietors
WINES, LIQUORS AND CilGARS
Best and mest: popular brancL
iLOCAlL beer on tap
Courteous and obliging bu' tenders
H. N. McCOMB
General Repair Shop Rear W.
O. Wliite's Shop, S. Main Street
Plumbing, Pump and Wind
Mill Work a Specialty.
mi rta ,na( ulD., tue aMiarlii. lieleur
t'alaau Uken U. 10 neb ilann Cfc. reealr
apMtol neiiw, wunoui enaejre, m lo.
A bandaomalr lllaalratail weaklr. Nuaaat elr.
iialton ur anr aoteaiiae iquiiai, i
"ear I (ur plol
S. J, MIDWINTI2K, Prop.
NARROWS, - ORHQON
ItiU will be found a doclrablo
and hoapltablo atapplny; place
where comfort and courteous
treatment are considered first
Conducted In connection
Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron Work or all
CampStoies, Tanks, Jobbing, Pieab
tog to order. Givo Mc a Trial.
C. W. SCHUMANN
Proprietor. Vocgtly's Old Stand.
WRITE TOR SPECIAL CATALOG AND PRICCS
. THE A.H.AVERILL MACHINERY CO.'
SPOKANE, WASH.-PORTLAND, ORE:.- JAM JOSE CAL
rtnvolor. Optioiuu and
Fine Watch Rt-pniring A Spe
Slock Inspector, Harney Conntjr.
Iloimi AclilrcRH lliirn..Ore
Alwnya rently for job nrinting.
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