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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1912)
LATEST DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES
(Prom Our Tortlnnd Corrciom1cnt
Portland peoplo learned a lot
from the exhibits from many
parts of tho Pacific Northwest nt
the recent land show held here.
Agricultural possibilities were
shown in a striking way and the
wealth of the soil made a strong
Tho dairy show, too, opened
tho eyes of tho city people.
They learned that tho dairy show
included dairy cattle of as high
quality as were ever assembled
in the wholo United States.
Such exhibitions arc valuable.
They show what people are doing
in the exploitation of the states's
Kreatest resources, and attract
many to these lines of activity.
Eugene, which is ono of the
most progressive cities of the
state; is keeping up its reputa
tion by starting another new
thing. This time it is a plan fcr
aworkingman's club where men
of all clnsses will feel at homo
and facilities will be provided
for pleasant recreation and iir
That the Willamette Valley
loganberry will supplant the
grape in supplying a pleasant
and refreshing drink for people
of this country is the prediction
now being made. It is planted
extensively and a great future
for this delicious fruit seems as
sured. Manufactures of Oregon form
ed a state-wide organization dur
ing a convention in portland the
past week that will, undoubtedly
be productive of much good. It
will stimulate the demand for
Oregon-made goods. To this end
the associatisn will conduct a
Crook county won honors at
the Minneapolis Land Show, tak
ing the Northern Pacific cup for
the best display of forage plants.
As this was in direct competition
with seven northwestern states,
it is something to crow over.
Oregon farmers give a good ac
count of themselves at any show
where they enter exhibits.
Oregon Agricultural College
will have the full co-operation of
the Federal Government in its
back-to-the-farm work. Presi
dent Kerr, recently returned
from Washington, received the
assurance that funds will be
forthcoming annually for state
wide work of this character.
Oregon's activities along this
line were viewed with favor at
Tillamook county will soon
start a new industry, the manu
facture of milk sugar from whey,
a large supply of which is avail
able at the numerous cheese fac
tories of that district. Funds
for the erection of a factory haye
The Oregon Purebred Live
stock Association, in session the
past week, recommends the pas
sage of the livestock sanitary
bill by the next Legislature.
This provides for the appoint
ment of a commission of five
who shall serve without salary
to check the spread of livestock
Dry farm experts had an in
ning at the recent Land Show.
Tillman Reuter, of Madras, who
take lion's share of prizes at the
National Dry-Farming Congress
every year regularly, had his ex
hibit at Portland and other sec
tions of the state where dry
" farming is practiced, had excel
Bacon And Dumplings In Camp
A recipe for delicious dump
lings and bacon for camping par
ties is given in the book on
"Camp Cookery" published by
the domestic science department
of the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege. The book has proven so
popular that the first edition has
been exausted, and at present no
funds are available for a reprint,
so excerpts will bo published in
the papers from time to time.
For bacon and dumplins in
camp, put enough sliced bacon
for the party into a hot frying
pan and fry until crisp and
brown and remove. Pour in
boiling water until the pan is
half full. Make a stifr batter of
2 cups of flour, 4 teaspoons of
bacon powder, 1 tablespoon of
grease and enough water to
make it the right thickness.
Drop the batter into tho bacon
gravy by spoonfuls, coyer, and
cook well until done. Thicken
the gravy after tho dumplings
are removed with a little (lour
and water batter, and servo with
the crisp bacon,
Bacon fritters can bo made by
slicing tho bacon (or pork) and,
after soaking it in water for an
hour, rolling it in corn meal or
'flour and frying it in bacon 1
Dr. Denman Explains
Ilarriman, Ore. Nov. 25-12
Dear Sir: In your laBt issue
you grossly misrepresented my
diagnosis in the case of Richard
Hninea and I ask you to retract
tho same as it is a professional
shun either from being misin
formed or done to give mo nBlam
professionally. I pro noun cod
the wound n serious ono, but
gavo a favorable prognosis unless
infection had been carried in by
tho bullet and stated that tho
bullet entered tho plural cavity
but not tho lung as was evidenc
ed by the absence of hemorrage
from tho lungs and treated the
wound by closing nnticepticnlly
and not by drainage as this
is tho treatment of that class of
wounds ns given by tho best sur
gical authority in the world and
I will quote you Joseph D.
Bryant, Surgeon to Belloview
Hospital and Medical Collego of
New York City, who is second to
no surgeon in the United States,
who says on page 1280 of his lat
est edition on surgery "Miscel
laneous probing of a wound of
the chest should not bo practiced;
chest wounds should bo promptly
and nseptically closed at once."
1 will not Btoop to that degree
of quackery of reporting my prof
fessional work to tho nowapapcrs
as this is strictly against the
ethics of tho medical proiTession;
nor will I allow myself to be
grossly misrepresented or sland
ered .without resentment and
must ask you to print this article.
H. Denmnn, M. D.
Purs Bred Venus Scrubs.
The pure bred nnimal is not
one that will make good on poor
feed and care, Tho scrub will
beat the pure bred every tirno
when it comes to "rustling" its
own way, says a stock paper. But
the scrub will not and cannot
make money for its owner. And
right here is where tho purebred
He has the capacity which the
scrub has not. Give tho pure
bred animal good feed and care;
and he will make money and do
it quickly. At least three crops
of pure bred beef animals can be
turned out ready for market to
every two crops of scrubs or
Grades make money for their
owners sometimes, but the
amount and the quickness with
which results are obtained are in
direct proportion to the infusion
of pure blood, which makes the
grades better than Fcrubs.
Notice To Hide Seller
Baker, Oregon. Nov. 25-12
Keep your hides nnd furs un
til December. Don't Give Them
Away as I will be there to call
and Pay You for them, but no
beavers. If you have anything
on hand, write me at Burns, care
gen. del. Jackson Brothers,
3tf Hide & Junk Co.
Tonight, if you feel dull and
stdpid, or bilious and constipated,
take a dose of Chamberlain's
Tablets, and you will feel all
right tomorrow. Sold by all
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Unitko HTiTuI.iNDOrnac (
Hums, Oreson, .Norembtr 1 J, 1912,
To Charles Allan ot Hums, Oregon, Centents:
You'are liarctir notified that If. II, tlccoiiriell
who glres Hums, Oration, as Ms ost officer ad
dress. Old on NoramU-r tarel, 1012. tile In this
onue ins amy corroborate! application loioi,.
lest and secure thi cancellation ol Tour Home
steail, Kmrjr No IMM7. made April Istli, IVIO,
tor lAilm N'oa. 1.2. t soil i. of Sactlon 110. Town
ship 23 Bouth, Itanie SS Kast. Wlllauitllo Mefl
dlan, andsa icroundslor his contest ha alleges
mat said couesiee nss never tiiainsiii-i or
maintained a residence upon said tract, nor
has he art r cultivated or Iraprorad said tract
naiijr eitent wbaterer, extent to causci the
construction o( a small cabin thereon; and that
lie has wholly abandoned Sale! tract (or mure
than six mouths prior to August 19IQ 1911
Ypu are, therefore, furthc
still allegations will Le take
having been (onli-ased by fl
Ypu are, therefore, further notified that the
taaeo uj inis omrt) as
i sou. and rour onlrr
will be canceled thereunder without jour fur
ther right to ho heard therein, either heforo
this oflic-e or on atteal.lf roil fall to file In this
ulllee wllhlu twenty days alter the rOUUTll
publication of this notice, as shown below,
your answer, under oath, specifically meeting
and responding to these allegations of conic it,
or If you fall within that Mine to rllolii till
olllcu due proof that you hare served a copy of
your answer on the said contestant elihe! In
person or by registered mall. If this service Is
made hy the delivery of a copy of your answer
to ihu contestant In Larson, uroof of such ser
vice must be either the said contestant's written
acknowledgment of till receiptor the ropy,
ahourlncr tliaelaki of lbs recelot. or the affidavit
of the person hy whom the delivery was made
stating when and where Uiu'covy was deliver
edilf made hy leglstered wall, proof of such
service must consist of the affidavit of the per
win by whom the copy was mailed, and this
allldavlt must be accompanied by the post
master's rec el.lt lor the letier,
You should slate In your answer Ihensmeof
the post office to which you desire fuiure
Mollies to be aentto you,
YVn. Panax, Iteglster,
Hate of first publication November Wl, XWi.
bale of eeioud publication December 7. 1VI2.
Hate of third publication Hoc tinner H, 191,
Hale of fourth publication December 21, 191.
: Cottage Inn I
: DINNING ROOM I
I AH IOY, Proprietor I
Open For Business. Regular
; Meals at all hours. Opon
I until 10:30 every nlirht I
CALL AND SEE ME NOW
HverytlilnK Neat And New
A Nlihl of Terror.
Few nights are more terrible
than that of a mother looking on
her child choking and gasping
for breath during nn attack of
croup, and nothing in the house
to relievo iL Many mothers have
passed nights of tenor in this
situation. A little forothotght
will enable you to avoid all thin.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
a certain cure for croup and has
never been known to fail. Keep
it at hand. For salo by all deal-
Ill the Circuit Court of the Slntc ufOrc
Kim, fiir Miillivtir County.
W, I.. Mtirsilm mill J. V. Henry
If. ,I. Jonlmi, Di'lciiclmil.
Notice Is hereby ulvcii tlinl under mul
by virtue of iiiicieciitlon mul (inter of
Kale, duly inticil out of the itliinc nntiii'il
Court nml cnuso, mi the llthihiy of
November, 19111, directed to the Slierlll
of Harney county, Oregon, nnd Imxcd
upon n judgment nnd order of mile duly
rciidcit'd nml entered in mild Com t mid
cuiisc, on the ITtli tiny of Ain-iut, Hi IS,
In favor of the above niitncd Plaintiffs
and iitfMinst the uhocimuicl defendant,
for the nut of $10.00, with intercut
thurron ut the rule of 10 ier cent xsr mi
mini from Mny IS, IWV.I, and for I0 1)0
ns attorney's feci, mid for the further mini
of $tfi 00, with luti'ii'st thcicou ut 0 iH-r
ceut cr minimi from .tunc Ut, IU0S,
nml for the further nun of $111.00 coils
1 will on Monday the Itttli day of
Dcwioltfr. lOHJ.at lo'clock in the alter
noon of ad day, at the front door of
the Court House In llurni, IlnincyCouu
ty, Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest and Iwst biddcrforcashlii hmid,
all the right title and Interest that the
above named tlrfctitlnnt had on the Iflth
dny of July, llHtf. the date of Hut at
tachment herein, or at any time tlictc
lifter, In or to flu; following described
premises, to wilt -
All of I.ot (H). In Itloch CM), ill the
Original Town f Hums. In the County
of llnrney, mid State of Oregon, on the
corner of Second and Adams Sttrtts. to
gcther with tile tcti'Mtient hereditament
and appurtenances tficiriit b dunging
or In iiuywie iiK'i turning, In satisfy
said judgment In fnvorof plalutills and
against ilcleitdiint a above stated, to
gether with iiilcicst, tturiir' fern,
costs nnd accruing costs.
Dated thin Hth day of Noxciubrr, I'.H-'
A. K. Kii'hariNon, Sheriff.
Ily Myron Tcrrlll Deputy.
Dale of flrnt publication Nov. HI, Hill.1.
Date of last publication Pec. 1 1. 101-'.
In the County Court of lluniev Comity,
In the matter of the U-etntc of)
Mary K. Haley, Deceased f
Noticejt'hercby Jjncii the iiiidcrt;ned
wai on October 7, KH- appointed ad
tiiiiiistriitor of the rotate of Mary IS.
Haley, Dcc'd and has duly qualified. All
jxrsoiu having claims against anlil es
tate ate hereby notified to piccut them
tomcat Narrows, Oregon, Perilled as
by law required, within six months
from thedntc hereol.
Dated nt Hums, Oregon, Oct. I a, 101'J.
48-G2 V S. Haikv, Admlnislrntor.
In theCounty Court of the Stntc Oregon
lor the County of Harney
In the Matter uf the Hitnttiur I -
Tlionmi H. Jordnn, dcccroccd f -"'""
To I'ranlcie I'riync, Clara Cooley, Mrs.
I'red Kill, Deter Stcnger, Cnl Slcngcr,
and to nil other heirs or rsons in
terested nnd unknown, if -any such
there I, Greeting:
In the name of the State of Oregon,
You aro hereby cited and requited to
ntitwiir in the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for the county of Harney nt
the Court Kooiu thereof, at lluriut, On--gouin
the county ol Hnrncy, on Monday,
the SBth day of NWinber lllia, ut it)
o'clock on tlicfortnouuof that day, then
and there to show cause, if any cit,
why an ordcrof ante should not lie iiiuile
as priced for in the twtition of the ad
mlniitrator ot said estate duly verified
nnd filed, of the following real pnqicrty
or said estate, t lot Hof block 20 of the
Oity of IJiirus, Htirucy county, Oregon.
WITNUSS, the Hon. tlrant Thompson
Judge of the County Court of the Ktnle
of Oregon, for the County of Harney
with the Seal of miicl Court affixed Ihis
Oth day ufOrtolrer A. I), 1012.
ATTliHT: U. II. Wathbh, fieri-.
IH-r.2 ly J. ,. ('AM.ttKM., Deputy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'nitiii Htstkh HiNiidrrlcK, I
Hums, dkkoii, .Niiteiiibcri). lull I
.N'oIUh Is hereby given that Clinch Hansen,
of Hums, Oregon, who na April IV, 1911, made
Homestead Ktilry, No (lAIMV, for Hl.l,, Si-i Hon
11. ,'lciwinhlii 'Hi H, llaligv a I i:, Willamette
Wlllstni'tle hits filed notice of Intcnllou In
make (.'ommiilallou proof to establish claim
to the land above ittaerlhfd, before llrglsier
and Itec elver at Hums, Oregon, on Hie 1 1, Ih
day of Deceinlivr, 1912
vi as s sit sail s, )! ill l nn niiiiiHVB
J. T fry, Krrd Hi lining, Charles H Itecil,
Vmt ii ..i, ... .....- ,,.: i
km. ,, vim. nil .ii iniijii, wivkuii.
Wm I'aiikk Itegistcr
NOTICIC KOIt I'UHMOATION.
llurns, Oregon, Oclolier IV, I'Jl.!.
Notlie Is hereby given Hint Ada II Nenl.nf
tllllvrMPIII . litiiltlltl l.llf, .,( Iltlll.r. Ilrflll ,rt..lu
latent and KnlryKerlal Nii.l'lli'i7,fnrHi;LNr..
Hec-. 1S.T at) H., Itiinge Wl K HWl.NWfi and
NWJjHtt Hie, H 'lccwiishli i"J H llangu 37
K VVIHamctte Meridian, has filed notlio of
liiteiillon to maloi Final 1'roof to establish
claim to the laud above ill scribed, before
Hie Itcglstcir and (tec elver, at llurns, Oregon
on the 101 Ii clay of Heiuiiiber, M'.
Claimant names as Hllnessca
W.H Mrtiile. iiM'urel, Orcgccn. Ullliam lieu
wick, Hon on N Neul, J II. Niccl, sll of Kolly.
Wm, I'iliHK, Iteglster.
NOTICE FOIt I'UIIMOATION.
lluriis, Ofegon, Onlobor'f, iulil
Nolle els hereby given that Austin Hebuy, of
i iiiso. r iiu e ciuoey, erregon, wen), on etovem
Irtir 2 ItsrJ, iiiudii lloiiicsiiuil Apiilliallou,
Herlal No. tua',7, for I'.UHI",. tiKtHK'i, MttJt
HhU, section il, unci Nl.1, c-icllon IU, Town
slilii.TiHiiulh, lleiugu rs Kiisl, U II Hiiuillii Merl
ellaii, lots lllot not lie nl Intention In iinilo
tliial thrro ytar pinof In islHhllsh claim lu
the land ebnvu elese clbed buforci the lleulidr
and Itilclvcr, at Hums Oregon, on Hie litis
day of Hucember, HIU
claimant nanus ns wllnes.es
N'elieiulati Kirie-, J. I
Hhirk all tr flush, lire-
Wm. IMiiiiKi Iteitltter
Timothy need for salo -W. T,
VanderVcer, Drawfloy, Oregon.
-UxtTI.il HTATM l.AHnOrrtlk I
Hums, Oregon, November w, KU,
To Ikuae Kelgvbliirk, nl unknown address)
You ntclieti Ii) unllllcil Hint l.avoine K. Porter
tin gives Hums, I lafiiey,) omit) .Oregon, ns Ids
imst ullli c address, did mi November V, ll J, file
in this iilllin his duly rcurolmialed ppllc atliin
In contest and secure Ihn cancellation of your
l.n.....al..K.t t,il.i M III. in u.,1.1 U.. main
ll v, vn f.,,,11, ,,,,, t',,1,., r--v-ii., ,"lt uiill.
rcn ifi iiiio, ior i.'cdiiu, rciisinn!.
A nml NK'4MKi Heellon II, Town-
in, for I.I.HWM,
hli2nH, Itsngo ,n I-. S llcimrtlH Meridian,
mul ne grounds for liia coictesllie alleges that
iscoes, never t'uiiivaiea or
led the sslit entry and he abandoned
d entry in about - til y I9H. and the sale)
ss been wholly atiniiifoned for the tiertod
nt more' than six mouths Immediately preced
ing llici unto of Ihli ciiuteat nflldtvltl
lunrc, tlierefori'. futther tintineit that the
said aHrgallciiis will lie taken at this ofllre as
hnvliiK ineu inufetscd by toil, and your said
unity "III hcirauicli'illheri'iitidcnvllhoiityour
lurthcr tight to be heard therein, either before
llilioillri'or on BH'i'al.ll you fall to file In this
oltli n within twenty ilais alter the KOHItTII
lull, Hi stloii of this notice, as sliown below,
your nnswer, under oalli, specifically meeting
and responding to theso allegations of conteit,
or If till tall Mlthluttiat time to file In this
offlie cluupriHif thnt you have served a copy of
)onr answer oil lliu sulci eiuilettant either In
perniiior by rcgltlcrcd msll. If this servile Is
made by the delivery of n copy of )nur answer
Initio 1'ciiitiintiint III iiersou, jirnot of such ser
vice mini Im ollhor the said contestant's writ
leu a knciwleilgeineut of his rerelpt uf the
iniy, shiiwlug the dato nl Its receipt, or the
nllidsMI nf the pctscui by whom theilellvery
uasiiiiiiln slrillug when and where the copy
una ilclUcic'l, If made hy telsteted mall,
prool of such son leu must c-nuslsltif the alllda
vlt cit the person by whom Ihocopyvrasuialle-d
stating wliiui and tho pott nrUcoto which II
was uinllml. and Ihla affidavit must be accom
panied by tiio iosimasier'srocelpt for the letter
You should state In your answer the natneol
tho Ktoitlcu to which on desire future nutlets
In bo sent tn Mill
Wm, Fait its, Iteglster
Date of first publication November in. Ml.
liatouf second publication Novemler'iJ. 1912,
Hate of Ihlrd publication November ai, 191';,
llnteof (ninth publication December 7. 191;'.
NO PICK KOIt .'UIU.IGATION.
I'NII KHMTATKH t.ANH OKKIHK,
Hums, tlrrgini, November IV, Wt.
Nnlee Is hereby given thst Oscar Newell, of
Hiousct, llAocOn, wipi, mi Novomlier 79, pioc,
liindo llcimeslead Culry Ml, UM, forW'(Klr
Hen I sill NN K', fccillcin Ii 'township 19 H.,
. augoiwif K WiHamelle Meijillan, has tllecl
imllro 1 1 liiliiillou to make filial three Jiar
1'rcnif tiictlabtltli claim tothulaiicl.ahovedo
scribed, t.el.iro K I. Ileodo, If M, l.'omhiltilon
iT.nl hit entire, at Hrnwsey, Oregon, on the
.Ithcla) ol December, 101 J.
t'tatinaiil names as witnesses!
JameaA, Amtertoii, Hamuel w llllsiut. Will
Ism Kllliy ami Fred Ituberlson, all of Van, Ore
gon Wx. Ksaag. Iteglster,
1379 Hums r.s I In No. IikTMI
NOTION KOIt J'UIIf.IOATlON.
t'Hitau hrATSt l..t.i llrrics
luinii. Oregon, November t, lU
Notice It hereby glteli that the Northern !'
cllb' llallwar t'liuipatiy, whose ssl'ornro sd
divstlt.st I'aul. Minnesota, has this till day
nl November, 191, riled In this ufllce lis spill
cation to select under the provisions of the Art
nlt'ongrcM.Bppriivci! July I. Iswi (30 Mat M7,
1,31 1 asettcinleil h) Hie Act of t ougiets a-
!uo ml Mar 17, nod, liti Her Is.Twp l9Xouh
tanguil Kent, l.ol I fee St, Twp. n Koulh,
tango Jft Cati.M M.
serial No t.-n
Any slid sl perfnlia planning adversely the
lands described, or dulling In fihlert lierauiji
of the mi lie-el liaraelerof i),u laii, ur for ant
ilher reason, tic the elltposal to apptlcsnl
should IIU their aitliUvllsiif i, cole I In Hilt
oitlnei. on or btfore ttio srd day cti January, 1913,
Mm. Ksaaa, llrgfsler.
Vim) a Dec Jf
NOTICE FOR I'UHLICATION.
I'NITaliMAVga l.taliOt-rtlx, (
rliirni, Oregon, llrlnb-r 19. 1912. 1
Nnllee Is hereby sl.enlhtl Ada t Sval.ol
Kollyfarin, oiegou, who, oil Junes. iVtw, made
llnnilin,l enlrr. Herlal No umvc tut MiHtM,
Hselloilil, VlqlNt,. SK'.NI.'i, Section i', and
MKl.NK',, Men loii Hi. township ti hnulb,
llaliso , T. , WIlliullo Melldlau has cited
nolle of inieullon to make final lime) year
proof, to establish c Islin to iho land, above
described, before Itvglster and Itccelver, at
lluriis, llccgon, on he 101 It day of Dee ember.
Claimant names ss wltnosias
t. Mrcele and 1,11s Martin 1ml h of ford,
tlrrgou. Dorcas N. Neat
slid J II.Nealhoth
of roiitiarm, Oregon
Wm Pa sac IligUier.
NOTION KOIt I'UIH.IOATION.
HNITKII HTATKH I.ANI1 OKKICKI
Hiirni, orogun, Orlober XI, 1912. I
Notice It hereby given that Htarr lliirkland.of
stead Knlry ssiilal No. Un) for KK' i becllou 1
Tciwlishlp ill H llaligo 39 K , Willamette tlerl
forKK'i becllou I,
Han. hasflleNl notice of liilenllon In make final
Hiiro ear l, roof to eslsbllth claim In the
laud above ucserlliod, before Kcglilcr and He
reiver, at Hums, Oregon, on the Villi day ol
t'lalinanl name s as witnesses
W..M (Isles, John Klehner, W M. Ilauilllon,
eiocty icsnrs, an oi nciciisusci, iiregou
Wm, KiNRg, llegl
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION
t'MTKii trtATiw l-Aieb Ornci, I
llurns, Oregon, Novemlier 4, Itl'i I
Notice la herehv given Ihst (leorge II Hopkins.
of llurns. Oregon. ho no May i7, 1907, en ado
Home. lead Ktilry Mi ttiw, herlal No o.vs.',
for HUli. Hcellnu I, Township v H, Itangv
II K , Willamette) .Melldlau, has flle.1 notice of
Intention to make final five-) ear proof, toeslab
llsh claim to the laud above etescrllieil, before
the Iteglster and Iteeelver, at llurns, Oregon,
mi tho mil day of December, I9W,
Claimant teamcaaa witnesses
Oscar Cavoncler, Joseph Cavender, M. A.
wpicer, A ll I'orier, allot llurns, Oregon,
Wm. Kasss, Iteglster
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Htnp on rilKimln only. JNoK"H'-
Tlckutn licninid only for Htatloim wbcru
tritliia urn xchi'dtilncl to miiko rt'Ktilar
HlopH, rusvi'iiKurs intist ptirolinac tick
t'ti wlmru iikuiiIh ulet buforo untorliiK
triiitiri or 25 i-onlrt In ddltlon to Ihn ru
Ktilur fnro will bu rhnruod,
.lO.SHI'H A. WK8T, Hupt.
(IKANTdKDDKH, AhsL Hapt.
Tho Orraon. Csl
tlon Association of
which I Iiu under,
sltiieet la member,
will KIVO 11,1100 is)
reward tor el
clencu leadliiK to
the arrest and cop.
iy or iiariees steal
luv horses, csltls
or mules IhiIoiisIih
tosny ul Us mein.
In sidlli)ii lothu aUne, the undorslftiecl
oilers thitsainn wiiiillllini f.'iOO.W (ur all horses
liraiuleil liorru shi,il haron both or either Jaw,
Uruiiil tuconlwl lu eight counties. Itsugo
Ilsrney, lake hiii (.'rook rountles, lldrses
veuteil wlioti solit,
Nuiiu hut uroHU horses sold slid only In
W IV illlOWN Rile. OreHOU.
HAnMKY bODUE, N6, 77, 1.0 O'.t,
Meets every Blurday In Odd Kellciw Hall
"''fL""' lifilW Hoary,
T. H, Jepragiie, Hecrelary. n'i,
Degree work atfuilowsl PIrslHaliirclay Inl-
Haloryi second Halurday, First lies reel third
Hsturilay, Hec.ond legree fourth Usturiiay,
IIUUNHMIIHIK NO, V7, A, f. A. r
Meets every first and third Halurday In each
,n2n'l, ., e e , Will. Miller, W. M
M JIIKIIN VtOllllMKNOP AMKHItfA
Mesls every second and fourth I'ndsy even.
Inn at l.o. o K.llalli.llnelghli'r, inviliM .
Now applicants will receive courteous , ., :
""" M. A Ulceus V II
W T. Uster.HUrk, " ' N "'
1IIJHNH UllAIIXIt NO. 10,0, K.H,
iii,.!fiV,if' ,wu"'l "! foiirlh Mondays. Ill
Masonln Hall. Prank le Welcomo, . M,
KHa Mweek, Hecretary,
HYI.VIA KKIIKKAII IIKtlltKK No. is.
Hcetsevory 1st anil J Wednesilay,
., , , . Ilyrdlo Dnlioii.N. f,
Madge l.eonnrd, lleo, Heo'y,
IUIiKUIHUI.K No. IM, W.of W,
Metis every fourth Tuesday,
,,,,,, . Maud Hurl II. M.
Hester (looclmaii, Clerk,
UH.Houatore . IJiiiialhan llourhn Jr.
Mien. K. Uhauibvrlalll
iV IC llll.
1, I .. ...
I J W llawley
A. M. Crawford
V W llonsuu
T. II. Kay
Ii. II, Alderman
stcrctary ol Ntale
Hupt. I'ublln Instruction.
Btsle I'rlnter .
Hen ll liumeil
Ii H. Heau
K. A McHiro
NINTH JUDICIAL IHH.ItlCT
Hjslrlot Judge .. Iialiou gga
Islrlcl Attorney J VY Met t lloch
HeputylllslAlly 0 II I consul
Circuit Court meets the Hist Muinlay In
April and first Monday In October,
(olid Heuator 0 tt I'arrlsh
JolhbHeprceohtallve W II llrooke
K II. Waters
Frnuk I' Hawaii
A. K. Itiihariltou
J. J, Dniiegaii
J W deary
K. I Hylvesier
rec a remyiu
Cimiily Court mreis the firm Wednesday In
January, March, May, July, Heplemlxir and
UAKNtv t), a, I.AHb cirrus
I ran Davey
0 W t I, tongei
A M ll til
J c vHhciinoJr
I, It I . Haines
ll J llai.stii
A I Welcome
foci milui en
I riant Davey
It. J McMun Ii
Meelpigs ut the Cumuli every Km-oml. and
Mrs. Grace B. Alcllosu
Voice and IIano
Methods Uttcd In
Clnclocalli ConscrYalorv of Music
ricaldciico Studio and door cst
OliOKOI! I'OON 1'iop.
Meals At All Hours. Short
Orders and Prompt Service
With Reasonable Hates
Give Mo A Call I
S. J. AllDWINTUIt, I'rop.
NARROWS, - ORI-UUN
'llils will bo found a dc.tlrnblo
and liospltablo stoppliiif place
where comfort and coiirtcoun
treatment ore comildercd first
Conducted In connection
H. N. McCOMB
Cicncrnl Repair Shop Rear W.
O. White's Shop, S. Mnin Street
Plumbing, Pump and Wind
Mill Work a Specialty.
Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron Work of all
Camp Stoves, Tanks, Jobbing, Plumb-
log (o order, (live He a Trial,
C. W. SCHUMANN
Proprietor. VocKtly'ii Old Stand
Take Foley Kidney Pills
T0HIO IN AOTION QUICK IN HB8ULT8
Pot rid of your Deadly Kidney
Allmenta, that cost you a high ptlco
n endurance ol pain, lots of time and
money. Others bavo cured themselves ol
KIDNEY AND DLADDBR DJ3EA8E3
by tho prompt and timely uso of FOLBY
KIDNEY PILLS. Stops DACKACIIU,
J1EADACHK, and ALL tho many other
r)d URINARY IRRBQULARITIES.
VQUM KIDNEY PILLS will CURE any
LB not beyond the reach of medicine. No
REACHED Jjfjfj ' Sf
siwciiiM maeaiFDis v Hi
LAND OF PALMS
A PLEASURE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS
ASK ANY AGENT OP THC O WRflN
TO Hr.LP OUTLINE YOUR TRIP
7i5.- t- -
up wm 'j
WHY NOT MAKE $200. A MONTH - - That's
$50.00 n Wook, almost SIO.00 a Pay
Hellion Victor Hafes ami fire proof lions
to tuerejiaiils, doctors, lawyers, dentists ami
well in do farmers, all otwlicimreallrn Ilea neeil
of a ncfu. tut do not know hoHrrasjrltlsUicmu
one, rlalesmen eleclaro our iroMsltlon one of
tlie l'st, clean cut leeoney niaklinr o,uortii!il
ties ever recilteil Wlltintil rv lous est i
nice VOU can duplicate llm success ofotfiers
Our handsomely Illustrated UcO-,aife ratalotr
will enable you to ptrseitt the subject toeua
turner In as lnterestliiir a manner aa lliouslc
you were t.llotlriic tliem thrcuiKti our faclury.
couvliieliigtalklniTpoliitswlitcli tt Is liuiaistilin for a jirosjirctl.c euxlnmer to deny Why
cloii'l YOU lie til" llr-l to ul'l'lf (roit) uur vlelnlty tforesoiucoi,ecs, r. ii Hie terrltorr
tl (tan la0f QUIT tinB.lcinisii out ui cacn
Out Neesr Heme, Capeelty 0,000 Sates
W. W. DRISMKWATi
IWfiffliw-' c- - MILLS
WRITE FOR 5PECIAL CATALOG ND Pr?ICES
THE A.H.AVERILL MACHINERY CO.
SPOKANE. WASH.-PORTLAND. ORIC. SAU JOSH t'AUP
BURNS MILLING CO.
HORTON Sl SAYER. Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, SVIoulding,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. 0ood Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
C3rO To "GPlxe-
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Lulls.
R. .1. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
" a fv I -t-nr . rrf 1
WRITE FOR SPECIAL
. THE A.H.AVERI
5r.rnrAMr iiAcii.iinnTUUh,fia " -
.v m usMYm. .7Sijm
rff scES8es8t'' '
Men ni'polutnl as
The" thai nlYersary otoeir
comtMeny skua t-elebrsieU by
erecting Hie 11 otifilern safe
feclrry In tlee vrorld. WIJc
veake men w tcO reeeirect mcr
sirial selln u lmlureinent,
rendered 11 neei-aaary toOoutele
ouroutotib ie are aoeieuHiet
ruany tbonsanits of dollars cn
but to learn all particulars, 11
HHIeot)onunly t'ee )irtoe of
a 1-osUl card.
V far Catalogue I6T.
SAFE & LOCK CO.
CATALOG AND PfflCES
LL MACHINERY CO."
MrtRSPI-fl A fiRIPFITH
I'letm iiiiih im. I 'Hic-oiim
ni-LSON IIARHISON A1.IJ. M.I)
I'hyriicinii tt Surgeon
U. LU. CBflRY
I'd v It-Iii r i mul Hiirgoon,
lliiriic, ,- - - 6rei;on.
Olfli'itin now building Hoiith of Widromii
hiirniiim rtliop, .Main Hi.
R. I) BUKROW M. D.
n und Surircun
Office nt Itnnis Hotel, lltirift, Oregon
It. E. HIBBHRD
Olllru firtit d'or eutnl photo ciullury
W. C. I.RUWN,
llbic ri'iins nml tl Masonic HiiileliiiK
DEflfrlflN & DENMAN.
Physicians and Surgeons
Culls uuswi-ri-d promptly nlybt or clay
Dr- Minnie Hand
Physician and Surgeon
Direct rclcplionu Connection
C. A. REMBOLD
J!ILLI:R & CIIEZliM
MTOUNIiYS AT LAW
KmilllH II mid 7 .M.le'inii- liuildiutt
term loans uulekly laaele at reasonable rates
CHARLES W. ELLIS
Bums. - - Oregon
PrnrtavH In tho Stuto CourU nnd be
fore; thv L' S. I.-inel Oilici!.
CJhn.. U. Jjoonniil,
Cftroful itttuiitlnii given to Colleo-
tiong unci Itun Hfltntti mutters.
A. W. GOWAN
State Courts anil United States
Land Ollice Practice
Three doors South of the
Harney County National Bank
U I) l'KikH
Atu v a a mic. t
ASM). 11. AM. M)C. C K.
COOPER & DODGE
Civil and Hydraulic Engineers
Irrigation. Water Supply
j Sewerage, Witter Power.
Stire-yn, Maps, Kstiumti's, Suportltiloii
V. V. Dm miii
former!) A cm I. l.eiiclueer
In t' - I!. , laiiiiitiuu s,-r
A. (). 1'aui.knku
Korwerlj Clelel Kl'
lliuevr ol llolso ,t
Eastern Oregon Engineering
Clll. ANll IKItlliAIION ENGINEERS
JEAN BART BAIXOMB
l It Ml. M AM H. 11. c. KM. V. . K X
ASM). Ml Ul
Ditches, Reservoirs, Finnl. Proof
Work, Ilyilro-Electric Power
U. S. Dop. Minornl Work
Court Work A Specially
liniMRi'tl In ltot.li 1'iiMito Ami
(iincrniiK'iit eStri'itm (iiiKing
Al.IJI:RSON - - ORl-GON
JOHN ROBINJ ON
Stuck Inspector, Harney Coaaty.
II urn' elelirm lltiniH, Oio
Imiu' W .tiiit Rfpciirinir A
.Uk,.oJ muiy lol- job prmiing."