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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1912)
(From Our Portland Correspondent!
Tho second annual OroKon Ir
rigation Congress will bo held in
Portland Jnnunry 0-11 and tho
proRram is now betas arrased.
It Will bo tho most important
gathering of irriRationista ever
held In this state. Every irrijrn
tion district in OreRon is expect
ed to bo represented and mem
bers of the Rovemmcnt reclama
tion service, asjwell as tho entire
membership of tho next loRisla
ture. will bo invited. There wi'l
bo a thorouvrh consideration of
the needs of tho im'Rated farmer,
both on tho Rovernment and state
projects, and evcrythinR possible
will bo done to aid in tho develop
ment of tho irrigated sections of
tho state. William Hanley, of
Burns, is president of the con
gress, and J. T. Hinkle, of Iler
miston. is tho secretary. The
Oregon Development League is
busy on preliminary plans for the
Oregon dairymen and cheese
and butter makers of tho state
are in session this week at Albany.
A four days convention was open
ed Tuesday. The program of ad
dresses and discussions is of a
high standard and from tho an
nual gathering much benefit to
the industry will result.
Eastern Oregon can be counted
on to do its share in the stale's
agricultural production. N o w
that tho crops are gathered, in
stances of big yields are being
reported. Elba Rogers, a farmer
of the Freewater district, receiv
ed over $1100 for tomatoes raised
on three-quarters of an acre. His
crop was marketed through the
Fruit Growers' Union, which was
pyobably responsible for a good
price: Curtis and Rolph, of On
tario, dug 1000 bushels of splen
did potatoes from two and one
half acres. From one hill CG po
tatoes were taken. More than
seven carloads of pure alfalfa
honey was shipped out of Vale
Closer co-operation between
the fruit grower, the, railroads
and all allied interests was urged
at a meeting of growers and deal
ers at a luncheon at the Portland
Commercial Club. It was stated
by a prominent Eastern dealer
that a study of market conditions
and a better organization will
prevent an over supply of North
west apples and the hope of the
industry was said to be a closer
harmony in growing and market
ing the fruit
Better steamer service on the
upper Columbia and the Snake
Rivers was the subject recently
taken up by a conference of com
mercial club representatives at
Kennewick. Plans were made
for the operation of -boats during
the coming year and resolutions
adopted that the organizations
represented should assist in every
way the steamboat companies
operating on these streams.
Why You Should
Buy Red Cross Seals
Why you should buy Red Cross
Cross Christmas Seals, may be
answered most effectively in the
words of a twelve year old boy
in the Duluth (Minn.) schools,
who gave the following as his
reason in a composition on this
"The reason I put Red Cross
Seals on my Christmas gifts is
because every seal I use counts
one cent toward stamping out
tuberculosis in the city and for
the maintenance of hospitals for
that purpose. The seals are also
used to raise funds to teach peo
ple the value of fresh air. And,
another reason I buy them is be
cause my father died of tuber
culosis and I buy them so that
other little boys and girls won't
lose their fathers as I did.
Another reason is that if I am
ever threatened with tuberculosis
the doctors will have a fund to
try to prevent it."
Auction Sale of General
merchandise at Young's Store
Saturday Dec. 21 at 2:30 o'clock
Terms Cash or Bankable note.
Light, all steal run-about buggy
practically new; also set of
double harness with collars. In
quire at this office. tf
ON CABINET MAKING PROSPECTS
iConctiitittt 1'rom First Par)
daddy mado tho first cattle drive
across the plains. .Too rodo herd
in his early days. Ho stood
above the Columbia river when
ho was a boy and said tho chan
nel ought tobo deepened and made
safe for transporation. He look
ed at tho streams and got to
guessing how much more good
that water could do if it was
turned over the dry fields. Teal
couldn't have lived tho life he
has and not bo for Oregon. Ho
is of tho west and for the west,
and that'c what Uio interior de
partment has Rot to bo.
"I don't beliovo in this theo
retical conservation, and every
body knows it. I believe when
we have $1,000,000,000 worth of
timber on part of our land that
the proceeds of it ought to be
spent in building roads and
otherwise developing tho land
that without that aid wouldn't
be developed. I don't believe in
sending out settlers, who nro
poor, and don't know how much
about the country, and then tax
ing their poverty to build roads
and make improvements when
there's great wealth clothing the
land held by the' government
"I believe the best prices
should be got for it, that the
timber crop should be harvested
carefully, but I don't think the
money should bo sent east,
where there are no undeveloped
resources and where they don't
Mr. Hanley says that by next
summer the Harriman railroad
from Ontario west will have been
built through Harney county.
Two thousand men at work have
reached the eighty-second mile
and are within G5 miles of Har
ney. The road will go about 25
miles south of Burns.
He says, that out in his country
there is a great interest in dem
onstration eduction, that this
winter there is to be a demon-
st rat ion education school in
Burns by instructors from the
agricultural college using the ex
periment station equipment He
also says that Harney county
and in fact all of interior Oregon
will organizao to secure a larger
appropriation for the agricultural
college from the legislature this
Dec 18th, 1912
E. E. Larsen left Tuesday for
a visit with home folks in Minn
esota. He expects to be away
two or three months.
The work at tho oil well is
again suspended on account of
the loss of another drill bit last
Friday. They had just recover
ed one bit after having been
closed down nearly three weeks.
The Newell boys have finished
their ditching contract for the
Wm. Hanley Co. and brought
their outfit home Sunday. They
were working in what is known
as the Big Sagebrush Field, south
of the Sod House Ranch.
At the Sunset School House,
Dec. 14th, the Dog Mountain
llabblt Exterminating Club was
organized with the following of
ficers: R. C. Beery, president;
Van B. Embree, secretary; N.
Henney, Ed. Kocneman and
Ross Ringer, directors. Peti
tions were put in circulation and
as soon as tho required number
of names are secured application
will be made to the county court
for the wire and the active work
of getting rid of tho rabbits will
Free Books for Farmers.
Many farmers are not aware
that the government publishes
several valuable books for free
distribution. The books are ap
portioned to Senators and Con
gressmen from whom they can be
obtained by merely asking for
them. Among the most useful
of these books are tho Agricul
tural Year Books, that for 1611
being the latest issued. The gov
ernment also puoutnes a very
practical book on "Diseases of
the Horse" and another on "Dis
cuses of Cattle," and a report of
the Bureau of Animal Industry
of special value to Btock raisers.
Asking for copies of these books
docs not place tho citizen under
any obligations whatever to the
Senators or Congressmen, as tho
books are printed by the gouern
ment and paid for by the taxpay
ers. Many an Oregon farmer
has cured sick horses and cattle
by following the directions in tho
governmene'B doctor books. If
you are interested, send your rc
qucpt to Senator Jonathan Bour
ne, Jr., Senrtor George E. Cham
berlain, Congressman W. C.
Hawley or Congressman A. W.
at Washington, D, C.
Pastor Irwin K
His Friends by Letter
One your ago tho Times-Her
ald very kindly allowed Us tho
privilege of communicating with
our Harney cQimty friends thru
its columns. Once again tho
samu courtesy has been extended
us. No other way seems to bo
open to us whereby wo can keep
in touch with our old friends.
Individual correspondouco with
each is out of tho question.
While an open letter is not all
that is to ho desired, yet we
trust it will accomplish tho end
sought; the telling our friends
that they have not been forgot
ten. As wo write, names and
faces from Silvies Valley and up
per Calamity on tho north to
Denio on tho south and from
Drewsey on tho east to Buck
Creek on tho west pass in mem
ory's pleasant reviow before us.
Here nnd thero the lino is broken
in fact but not in memory's
pleasant review before us. Hero
nnd there the line is broken in
fact but not in memory. Two
years have not dimed tho vision.
Through Tho Times-Herald and
by pcrsonnl correspondence we
have kept in touch with passing
events in Harney county, and
have rejoiced with you in tho on
ward movements of these events.
We have watched each step of
progress and development with
moro than passing interest, nnd
feel that we havo shared in some
measure the blessings that have
come to you. Perhaps it is "dis
tance that lends enchantment to
the view;" but if wo read the
signs of times aright the Harney
country is soon to realize its
long delayed hopes, and enter in
to the glad fruition of a bettor
day. Our sympathies nnd our
interests shall keep pace with
your struggles and your victories.
" We spent fourteen months at
Myrtle Point, Oro., and from
there we moved to Albany, Ore,,
on August 1st of the present
year where Millard entered the
academic department of Albany
College, Philip going to the
country school in tho country
near our home. While the par
son's bettor half with her horse
chickens and cows is promising
to develop into a full Hedged
rancher. As soon as the family
was settled on the place near
Albany tho preaching member
of this family took up his work
again, this time at Langlois, Ore.
on the coast in Curry county, a
county that need not concern it
self about irrigation but talks
and dreams of railroads just as
we used to do in Harney county.
The work on the Langlois field
will terminnte with the begin
ning of the new year, as new
work is to be begun on a field
where tho family can be togeth
er. Curry county is a country
rich in many of the natural re
sources largely undeveloped. It
abounds in game and fish. Its
natural provisions and mild cli
mato make it a lazy man's
Fearing that wo may be en
croaching upon tho good nnture
of the Editor as well as space
needed for other and more im
portant matter, we will close
with tho complements of the
A. J. Irwin & Family.
Guaranteed N. P. scrip $8.75 an
acre, limited amount only.
Inland Empire Realty Company.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
UMTrU flTATM I.ANII 0 Celt I (
Hurna, origon, NovuuiU'rVJ, ml. I
To Charlet Allen of Hurna. Oregon, Contetlcu
You'are herhy uollflcd lliat V. II, Mcl'ouiiell
Wboglvra Hurna, Oregon, aahla poat o III no ail
drcat, did on November Bird, Kl'i, fllo In llila
orflce lila duly corroborated application toiou
teat and eecure lha caucallatloii of your Home
atead, Kntry No oi'47. made April 1Mb, 1910,
lor l.ot Not I, ,3 and 4, of Herilou ai.Town
hp I'd Hnilth. U.mtu'Jl F.aat, W'lllalilelle Merl
dlail, am aa Kfoiinda lor lila enmrat lie allegra
that aald (ontc.no hat never eatabllahed or
malntaliieil a rcaidencu titm aald tract, nor
haa lie over cultivated or luiproied aald tract
Uiany eilenl whatever, ei ept lo cauae the
conilrucllunof a tmall cabin tueriuiii and that
lie haa wholly abandoned aald tract for moro
than ill iiioiilha iirlor lo Auguat I'JIli 1911
You are. therefore, further uollfleil that tho
aalil allrgalliiua will I taken hy Uilaonicn at
having been roufifed by you, ami your entry
will I! Canceled thereunder without vour fur.
Iher rlahl to liu hi aril therein, either before
nut nine e or on appeal, I! oil full to file In thla
ofllce wllhlli twenty dale aller tho FOUK1II
publication nl thla nolle e, aa ihuwii below,
yuurnuawer under oalli, aimulflially meeting
ami rciiHimiiiig to iiieae auegniuni cu conieit,
or If vou fall wllhlli that time lo III,, In thla
olTlcu duo juoof irfkt you havo aerved a copy of
7uur auawer on niu .aoi i uutuacaiii eiiner in
oeraon or bv rt'iclall red mall. II thla aervlre la
mado by the delivery of a copy of your auawer
io ine coon a'ant in peraou, pruoi or aurri aer.
vice iniiat be either the auldcoiitealniit't written
allowing tliedalo of lla reidi'l. or the aftldav
ackiiowleiigineiit of hit rcielptof the ropy.
of llo u;ra'iu hy whom Ihudnllvery wat mado
itatliigThi'ii and where lli!iiy haa deliver
ed.lf made by icglatercd mall, proof nl audi
eervlie mint iiiualat of Ihonnidavlt of the per.
noli by whom the copy waa mulled, and thla
altldavlt mutt bu uccompauled by the ixiat.
maater'a reiebltfor the letter.
You ahould alalu In your auawer the name of
me poai nun u in which you ueairo iil.uiu
liulliialo lietcntlo )ou.
Wm. I Altar, Ifeglaler.
Dale of Ural publication November ltd, I'JI'J.
Halo ol tccuiid publliatlou Dei ember 7, 1 'J 1 .
Hale of third publication Heieinlier II, I'JI.
Dale of fourth publication Hei ember VI, tut.
NOTICIC KOIl I'UlllclCATION
llMrKii TATftHimiOrricg, I
Hurna, iiickoii, lieceinbert, ID1.I
Notice la lierebr glv eu I hat Miry K, Tllurman.
formerly Marr K, l.uiat, of llarrlinaii, Oregon,
who on Marco 6, lwil, mado lloinratead Kntry
No 'tt,n Herlal No. 0IW.I, forlWj HIC), HW
Itangea-i, V. , Wlllamcltu MerMiaii. hat filed
notice of Intention to make final llvo-year
Proof, loialubll.il claim tu Ihu laud above de
acrlbed, beforu the HegUler and Hecelver, at
Hurna, Oregon, on tho lath day of January, HIIJ
Claimant iiameaaa wllueaai t
Hack 11 Merck, frrauk l.ucaa. Frank New
iiiau,Ucoige l.uiat all of llurrlmau, Oregon,
,, m, ranac, nvai.ier.
liiirm orrun, Decemtitr 4, 1(12.1
Nutlet) la IierntiVRlvcntliat Muck Hi Mark, of
ul narriinaii. tireaMii, who, iiii jamurr v, ivoh.
ileail olilrV No, liitM. Herlal Nii,0344ll
ainelta Meridian, haa MM nolle
1 , IVOH,
lor Ni:tf Keel
n.1 Kxl. Wilkin
of Intention lo tuako Hint Ore fear t'nxil, to
ealatillah claim to the Inml itiov deicrlbed,
l.uforo Ihe llejtlater mul lleeelier, at Murm,
Orrioiii nil Ilia 1.11 h ilay nf Jaliiitrj, Kit,
Claimant tiamea M wltne.actl
ttlllier V, Warner, Kraut. l.ncM, Marjr K,
Itiiinnaii, llojr 'I Minim n, all ul llerrlman, Ore
irtirup, OrvKon, HecemlierS, 1I'J.
To Kaiiliael II Hell, ol 'Ilium, Oregon, Con
You erelierctiy nut I flint Hint Herbert V. Wei
lorn, who nlvee Uiill, Orexuii.ee lilt iwat-olllee
eililrvae, illil oil Heeeniner aril, lull, lie In Ihli
utllio lilt ilitly t'orrolHiiitlrtl Hillrttun to con
lett ami teeiire tlineaiirellallon of your lioine
alcail (Act I'eli. ID, lwiiil ferial No, utWJ, inailt
HKU, Hee. ft,
w HlVli, Hee. V. ati.l K t Nh)f, o'
wn.hll.'jjH., Itana H K.,WliTani
111,?, ..... tll.UtUlf U-.. . til
rile Merlillan, amlaa K roll ml lor lilt cuutetl
ho allciiea that lil Kanhael O Hell hat whol.
lr ailanilune,! laid laud for mora than alt
moMlm laat iiaal, luia never aettleil, readied up
on, ur rmiiveieil mm,
Vou are, therefore, further tintlrleil that Ihu
aht allrualloiK will le taken at thtt otfleo aa
havliiK lii'Cti I'onffMt'il tijr too, anil ymir aalil
entry will heraiireleitlliereiinilerurlllioiiiyotir
mruier rimiuii i hi iiearu uiereiti, eiiner ueiore
trill iitllt'ii or oil apical, II you tall lo file In till
ntllee wllhlli tivunty ilele aller the KOllltTII
publication o (hit niiilre, aa aliown below,
jour auawer, uniiorneiii, eiiecincaiiv meeting
ami reanoinlliiKlDllietnallriiallniiaof content,
or II )oii fall wllhlli that time to rttoliilhla
office itue irnol that you have crvnl a cony of
)Ouraiiawr on Ihe aahl mntritaul either In
per.onor ly rcitilrruil inall. II lliltaervlceli
mailu hy the ileU very ( a ropy of yoiiramwar
lothoroiileMaiil In .vraoii, jroolof moll or
vlro mint tot either the aahl eonlralaiil't writ
ti'ii a knnwU'ilKeiuinil of tilt tre!tl of the
cony, almwlnir the ilatnof Hareel,, or the
ailiilavllof Ihe traou hy whom tlieilellvary
waamaile ilalluij when edit where the coiiir
wat illlvrr"t If uiailo hy reliteiel mall,
proof of audi acrvlrtt mut routtat ol Ilia afllila.
rlt of tho heraou hr whom Ihe rnnr waa mailed
ilalliiK when ami the jiol ottlcelo which It
waa malkiil. ami thla afflilayll mint la arcom
anlel hy the itmaaier'arrcclit for the letter
You ahiiuhl alate In your atitwer the nanieol
Ihe iHUiotllra tu which ) oil tlealre future notlctt
lu iu avui io you.
Wm, Kauai, Keliler
Date of out publication llucemhar 14, 191 J.
Halnol aeroiul pulitleallon lleoeuilar tl, 1911,
liateof I M nl publication Iieceuiber at, ltll.
Hale of fuurtli publication January 4, Kill
NOTICB KOIt 1'UIHiICATION,
Hume, (iioion, NoTcmlxr 19, Kll,
Nollrola henhy kItcii that Oacar Newrll.of
llrewaer, Oregon, who, on Noroinker VI, I90H
mailo Ifotneatrail Kntry No. 09, for NN.'i MKU
Heo. I and NjjN KU Heollon I) lownablp 19 H.,
limine su, K Willamette Mcrbllan, haa tiled
n lire of liilenlloit to make flhat thrre.year
rriHii loeaianiiaii claim loineianii aiKtvetie.
acrlld, tiefure K. I.. Heedo, V K, C'oiuiiilaaloii
rr.at lita omre. at Ilrewaey. Oregon, on Hid
jllii nay ui iictciuuer, ivi j.
I'lalmant naiiiea aa wllmaara
Jainta A. Amlcratiii. Halullal Kllllama. Wilt
lam Kllby ami Kri-d Itobvrlt'Ui.all of Van. tiro.
Wm l-'Anar. ItrgUler
I '79 HiiruaMl lit No. uAJMH
OIICK H) I'UIII.ICATION.
I Nlrin 'ttTaa I.anii Oilira
llu i iiiiKoii. Noniilr 4, 191.
S.iIKu la hrieby iiHcii thai the Northern I'a
i ttl,' Italtwav I oiiipalir whie 11 oltlle ad
dli'talaM I'aul. Jllnnra.ila iaa t til Ith itat
l NiiarmUr. IHU. Illi-.t In Ihta oltlre Ha am II
.ailiill In elect under Ihu lovl.bonol the A. t
il I'ongrrta, upprottnl inly I, If." .W Hial OT7,
. ) aaealiiuUil hy ihe Art of ungrraa a
ntined May l, Itaal, l-"t hec la,Ti 19 fciu li
llHIiaell lot, Uu I Hrc 31, Twp, W Mlllth,
iianio ai r.aai, m.
aerial No vtsM
Auyaudall iwraona clalnilng ad(rr-ly Ilia
laii'1edierrltd. ur ilelrlnglo ohjeel lfcaiue
of the mineral i liarartcrol the lamt, ur for any
other rraaou. In the dlatoBal to aiudlcaut.
ibould die their aflldaTltaol nroteat III Ihli
otltcr, on or Ufora the 3rd day ( Jauuary, I9H
, IfAaai. Itf.llr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
k'm,.,, ,. , , wt .,.., ,,. . ,v ttt
Hurna, Oregon, NovemU'ry, 1911
la hereby given that Kuocli llaiiaen,
of Hurna. Oregon, who on April i, Kll, made
lloior.tr. ,1 Kntry. No u.'.v,i, for aK.i,, hectlon
ft, Townahlp 'Jft H, Itange 31 K., Willamette
Marldlau li.a Hied iiollce of Intention to
make trominiilatlnn proof to ettaldlah claim
lo the laud above deecrlked, lifore Kegliter
and deceiver at Hurna, Urcguii, on Ilia lath
dar ol Hecemher, Kll
Clalluaut tiamea aa wlllieaaea
J. T. Fry, Fred riehtuug, C'barlcaH lltel,
Nat llcuuey all of Hurna, Oregon,
W'h. Faaaa, lleglaler.
NOTION KOIt I'UHMOATION.
I'NITKD HTATFJl LAND OFFICKI
Hurna, Oregon, Novtmber 29, KI2.I
Notice la hereby given that Alvln llurlburt.of
.NarriiwB,Orgou,who, on Vept.z, ivuoand For.
17, 1m, reaeriively. made llomraleiul Kntrlea
No,uiN and IttVJh forHWIJSK'i, H! HW(, Hte
LWiMI'l Hee H, W),NF.'aiid F.KNWiJ
Hectlun a, Townahlp MH . Itange M K., Will. in
elfe Meridian, haa riled uoilr of Inteullonto
make final three year firoot to eatahllih claim
lo tho laud above dcacrlbed, helor Itegl.ler
and Hecelver, at Hurna, Oregon, ou the 10th
day ol January 1913.
Claimant tuimra aa wlllieaaea
Auguilua W lliirlburlol Narrowe, Oregon,
Hull. mo Hardwell. John O Aleiander, W
A ilcKeiiile, all of Hurna, Oregon.
Wm. Fakag, llegttler.
TIM It TAIII.K NO. 0 IN
Went Iiutiiitl. Katt I Ion nil.
No 1 I'niH n. in. No. i I'm p. in.
U-.) I.v linker Oily Ar 0: 0
0:5 ' Houfli llakur I.v G:25
0;&8 ' HrtlUlmryt " 5:00
10:01 ' IjckliBrtt " 4:65
10.07 " Tlioiiipnont ' -1:03
10:17 " Stmlilitril Junctlonf " 1:15
0:T 'Water Tankt " 4:40
10 : " Pegii'riHpiirt "4:2
10:1) " McKwtmt "4:25
10:fir. ' JUNCTION, "4:10
11:10" Hiuiiitr "4:0,.
U:1C " 'JUNCTION! " :50
11:10" riiiiuiiilt! " i0
''.:00 ' () I, Cttinpl ":06
U j5 " Wliltnoyt " 00
1-':I0" TH'TON! "2:40
1:10 Ar Aoetlii "2:10
Hlup on uliiiiitln only, No ajjoiit,
Tlckola lamiod only for otallom whoru
trains urn hcIhmIiiIwI to tnako rti;aUr
etoiH, l'iiHauii)iira must purchase tick
(its v 1 1 or ii RKuiits u'ltt holoro unterliiK
trains or 2r cciiiIh In clciiiioti lo tlui ro
Kiilnr furu will bo clinrnod,
JOHHl'II A. WKBT, Blipt.
(lit ANT (UODDKH, Ami. Hont.
Tlin Oregon, Cal
which the under,
algned It member,
will give ll.uuo txi
roward for evl.
delicd leading to
the arret! and con.
vlctlon of any par.
tv or bar lira ttetl
l,.U II, .. ,.l.
.' or inulca belonging
' toauyol Hi liiem.
Iiiaddlllon lolho alivc, the undertlfiied
oirert Ihu aaino I'liiidltlou (.'aOO.OO for all lionet
branded horrii almd bar on both or either Jaw,
llratnl rcvoidwl lu eight ,coiintii Italics
Harney, Lake and Orook rouotlca, lionet
vented when told,
None but grown lionet told and only lu
W W IIHOWN rife.OrtKon,
HAHHKV 1.0UUK, NO. 77, l.'O O F.
Mettt ererr rllurdar In Odd Fellow
T. 8. Hprau, Btorelary,
it. j.w ucary,
leiree work aa follower Flrat Haturdae I 1
Haturday, Hecond He a reel fount) Halurday,
aecomi tiaiuruay, rjrat ncfteai ihiril
HUnNBI.OIXlKNO. 97.A.F, A M
Mecttoyery flrat and third Halurday
Ham Ifotherabcad, Hccietarr
Wm, Miller, Y M
Mcetaetery aecond and fourth Friday eteib
' I tliO.O. F. jalll all uclxhbort liielleil
New appllcatitt will receive courleoua Ircal-
",W,.T..,..er..!k. " '"""V"
IIUKNH OHAITKIl NO
40, O, K. H,
lo Hall. Frankle Welcoino, V, Al.
HYI.VIA HKUXKAII DKOIIF.K No,S,
Meelaevcry latandsd Wedneaday,
.... , . .. HyrdluHalion, N. tl,
Madge Leonard, Heo. Heo'v,
Tlll.K t.'l UUI.K No. 1M, W. of W,
Meett tvery fourth Tucaday.
,,,.,. ... Maud llurloii.ll. M.
dealer (loodmaii. Clerk.
UH.Heualort I 'onalhau HiiiirnoJr.
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Cougreaiacn j w n..y
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',""' '" "' ".. F W Henaon
unn, liTal, ..". T.I.Kay
Hi.'.'iSi-. ,ll,t,",,to" - Alderman
male trlnler , y, HUunlway
Huprem. Jud... tleo'i, l.ulnetl
K. H. Heail,
F. A, Monro
NINTH JUOIOIAL DIDTIUUT,
0.,!i,iC.,itill!',.".?lr J W Mcui llcieli
Circuit Court meeta the flrat Monday In
April and am Monday In October.
lolut Heuator...,. ...
0 W I'arrlah
W II lirooke
K, II. Watera
Frank I'. (iuwaii
A. K. II ihardaou
J. J lioiiraaii
1 w ileary
ni a nuiyiii
Cuutity t.'ourt meeta the flrat Wedneaday lu
January, March. May, July, riepleinhnr and
Haknki ti. a. i.aki. urric r
Win Fa le
I rant Haviy
W i iru i
A Ji H , i u
t Wilti mi Jr
H I i nia
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V t Will Ml..
I Friii I "in
I It, J McKliitioii
.at ita II rveri Mioiil.aud
Meellliga nl Ihu
Mrs. Qrnce B. A.cllosu
Voice and Piano
Methods Used In
Ciscinoatti Coosenalory of Mastc
Kcsldencc Studio anddoor west
oijouoi; i'oon is op.
;MeaIs At All Hours. Short
Orders and Promnt Knrviefi
With Reasonable Rates.
Give Mo A Call J
S. J. MIDWINTUK, I'rop.
NARROWS, - OKUUON
litis will be found a dc.ilmlilo
and hospitable stopping place
where comfort and courteous
treatment are considered flrat
Conducted In connection
H. N. McCOMB
(icncral Repair Shop Rear V.
O. White'H Shop. S. Main Street
Plumbing, Pump and Wind
Mill Work a Specially.
Tin, Copper, Sbcci Iron Work of all
Camp Stoves, Tanks, Jobbing, Plumb
ing to order. Give Mo a Trial.
C. W. SCHUMANN
Proprietor. Vocjttly'H Old Stand
tent free Oldest teener fur eeeurlnK B
I'ateuu taktn Utruutn llunn 4U
tixrui nerica, witnost en. rat, m luo
A baruttomtlr nieatrata4 weeilr. Mriieat elr.
eulatlea or anr aelejiurle lournal, 't'erina, IS a
Mart four ruon'tit,. rJuiabyall nemclaalera.
MllHN Co"-' York
afraseb UB". Alt BU WtlbUialuu. U.Z:
IS EXPECTING YOU
CHRISTMAS -NEW YEAR
They arc waiting for you to come
b Till; HOMING INSTINCT
TELLS YOU TO GO
TIM'. MOSIKIO l''OU COMFOIIT
TIIK LINK OF BLOUK SIGNALS
To Cliiciujo, Oinalio, Denver, KansiiH City and all other points
"THE EASY WAY"
TltAINS HIGH CLASS
WRITE THEM YOU ARE COMING, THEN LET US
TELL YOU HOW LITTLE IT WILL COST
II. BAKOUL, AKt, O. W.
WHY NOT MAKE $200. A MONTH - - That's
e S50.00 a Week, almost 510.00 a Day
HalllnK Victor flafet and fire-proof ijoiea
to merchant!, doctora, lawyer., dentlata and
Yetl-lo-do f arme ra.all of wlima reallio the need
Of a tafe, but do not know lioweaaltlatoown
one. Haleamen deelare our iroHiattlon one of
the tat, clean nut inone-niaalnK iiorlunl.
Ilea eerr received. Without nrevloua eiirl
ence VOU call duplicate the tueeett of othert.
Our liandaomrlx llualrated HW-paae calaloK
will enable jou to pretent the aubject tocua-
tontera in aa inicreaiinK
you were rillollnif lliem tnrouxu our raciorj.
.nwln.ln. l.lblnr tmlllla '
tii reeeiTe auTir iiw hluhvuuii,
don'l YOU In the drat to apply from your
We can favor only ono taletman out of each
Our New Heme. Cepaelly 80,000 talea
W. W. DRINKWATER
WRITE FOR SPECIAL CATALOG AND PRICES
. 'TH Z A.H.AVERI LL MACHINERY CO.'
SPOKANE. WASH.-PORTLAND. ORE. - ,'AN JOSE CAL
BURNS MILLING CO.
NORTON 6l SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. C.ood Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor CaiJs.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor. '
All 'IOY, lroprlct-r
JOpon For Business. Regular
MealBatall hours. Open J
until 10:30, every nitrht S
CALL AND SEE ME NOW
Uverythlnjc Neat nnd Now
R. & N. Redmond, Ore.
a manner aa inouiru
wen apouioieu aa
tileh II la luipnealble for a proapeetlTe cuatomer lo deny.
vicinity before tunieone cite Kelt the territory!
The SSlh annltertary otoar
company waa celebrated by
creeling the moat modern eafe
factory In the world. Wide
awake man who received our
aprclal aelllnir Inducement,
rendered llneeraaary todouble
our output. We are enenalnir.
many thoneandeof dollara en
larging our aalet orKanliatlon,
but lo learn all particular., It
will oo.t you only the price of
SAFE & LOCK CO.
CIhCIHKITI, OHIO '
.Mr. Win. Ciiniinliis,
J Best of care for patients ;
J Well furnished rooms, neat J
; clean and comfortable, No J
5 contauious eases taken, ;
MflRSDEft & GRIFFITH
I'liyalclann alul Hiiikuoiii,
TILI.S0N HARRISON H. B., M. D.
OlUcc Second; floor 'I ImcnWIcrald Hid,
Kntrnncc on Mnln Street
BuniH, - - Oregon
J. rjrj. GHfltY
l'liV"lcan nml KiirKoon.
HuriiB, - - - Orogon.
Officii In iinvr btilMlnKrwiilliofWclconio
lianiefin nlioi, Alnln Ht.
R. I) BURROW M, D.
Pliyslclnn nnd Surgeon
Office ot Jonccimcn UIUf., Mnln St.
Calls attended Night or Day
Ii. E. HIBBflRD
Olllcn firal iliKir en l photo tinllury
W. C. BROWN,
ZDEnST'X IS IT.
Olllcu rooms 8 nnd U Maxonlc linilillng
DEMMMN & DENMnN,
Phys clans and Surgeons
Colin itiiawurml ir.,rn jtiy nl;lit or clay
Dr- Minnie Hand
Physician and Surgeon
Direct Tclcplioric Connection
MILLOS & CiltZliM
ATTOHNKVS AT LAW
Hckiiiib II ami 7 .M .ironic Iluildltijf
Farm lualia qulcklr maile at leaaciuable ratea
CHARLES W. ELLIS
Burns, - - Oregon
l'rurtlceit In Urn Htnto Courts mid be
foto the U. 8. IjiiiiI Oilico.
Clrnw. LI. Ioonnitl,
Careful ftttontioti given to Collec
tions nnd Renl Kstnte mutters,
A. W. GOWAN
State CourLs ami United States
Land Oflice Practice
Three doors South of the
Harney County National Bank
It. II COOI-KK
aa.o H, AM MC
M V. IHta
afeo, M.iH. HOC. c K.
COOPER & DODGE
Civil and Hydraulic Engineers
Irrigation, Water Supply
Sewerage, Water Power.
SiirvnyH, Maiw, Ketiiimtnti, Stiervi!oii
K. O, DlLLAItll
Konnerlr Aaat. Knuliieer
lull, H Iteclamatlou Her
A. O. Kaulknkii
Kurmerlj Culef Kii
Klneer ot llolae A
Eastern Oregon Engineering
CIVIL AND IRRIGATION KNGINEERS
JEAN BART BA1XOMB
flUII. M AM N. K. 1 . HKM. A. A. , A
AHSO. U. AM. I, K, U
Ditches, Reservoirs, Final Proof
Work, Hydro-Electric Power
U. S. Dep. Mineral Work
Court Work A Specially
liniriiKi'il In llotli I'rivitto And
(iiiverninoiit .Stroam Otiijliif;
ALIJORSON - - ORKQON
Stock Inspeclor, Harney Coaoty.
Fine Watch Repnirinc A
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