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IBEVELOTHENT- LEAGUE NOTES
(From Qur Portland Corrtsponilcnt)
Probably the most interesting
feature of tho Oregon Irrigation
Congress, to be held here January
Q-ii yiN1 hen session given up
a fhn Actual exnerienecs of the
farmers on irrigated lands. This
a ttl .!lt t.A 1irrli1tr in.
TC3v nn,r,Wius"vhat is
8,cHv?ftniSSL 2M nffr
neeueu w iu nai....
There will be also, addresses
and discussions by well known
authorities on the various phases
of irrigation that will bo well
worth hearing. Tho three days
session will conclude with a ban
quet Oregon people who visited tho
land shows at Minneapolis and
Chicago advise that this state
make a stronger showing than
over next year. They say many
people were attracted to the op
portunities here by the exhibit
of Oregon and next year will see
many new comers in the state as
Oregon is preeminent among
the states in tho value and amount
of standing timber, according to
the report of the State Board of
Forestry. Not only that, but it
has one-fifth of all the standing
timber in the United States and
Oregon now stands fourth in the
annual cut of lumber. Oregon
has approximately as much tim
ber as all the states east of the
Rocky Mountains put together.
Gpldendale Washington has
carried out a good idea. This
was the celebration of "Alfalfa
Dav" this week, when this valu
able plant was discussed by ex
perts from every stand point, as
a result, alfalfa will be grown
more generally in that district.
The director of the census is
preparing to issue complete fig
ures of agricultural production of
this state for 1909. He finds
that Oregon produced crops in
the value of 49.041.000.
Vacant lots in cities and towns
should be used to grow poultry,
according to Secretary Minton of
the Oregon Poultry Association.
He says egg and poultry produc
tion would be increased 25 per
if this were done.
Corvalliswill have a connection
with' the Oregon Electric Railway
by April, according to present
jrians.. A branch will be built
from the main line, crossing on
a new county bridge to be built
over the Willamette River. '
As usual, Oregon Christmas
trees' lent holiday cheer to Cali
'fornians. One steamer carried
1200 trees south.
The Respiration Calorimeter.
One of the most efficient
tnechanical aids to the investiga
tor of the changes which take
place when a chemical substance
or a plant or an animal is ob
served under controlled condi
tions is the respirations calori
meter of the Department of Agr
culture. The first report of experiments
with the respiration calorimeter
was published in 1897, during
the first year of Secretary Wil
son's administration. Since that
time numerous bulletins and other
papers have appeared which have
described the apparatus, noted
very important modifications and
reported the results of investiga
tions. As this has progressed,
the apparatus as originally de
vised has been greatly simplified
and made easier of operation,
and so developed that more fac
tors can be developed than was
the case at first
The respiration calorimeter
was designed and has been used
for the study of problems con
cerned with the food and nutri
tion of man and animal, the val
ue of different foods as sources
of energy for muscular work,
and other similar questions. It
has recently been adapted to the
study of fruit ripening and
other problems of vegetable
physiology, and is" equally useful
for the study of a great variety
of other problems, as for instancs,
questions of ventilation of houses
and farm buildings.
The experiments with the res
piration calorimeter have furnish
ed now facts and figures of great
importance to students regard
ing the processes of respiration
and accurate information regard
ing the energy which man needs
to run his body machine and the
effects upon his energy require
ments of sleeping and waking,
rest and work, and other factors.
It is now possible to discuss such
questions on the basis of accurate
measurements and this was not
hitherto the case. Tho question
of the energy which man expends
to digest and csriimulato his food
has also been studied.
A deduction of great theoreti-
-i, i. ..i.i..,,i ,..,M, inn
respiration calorimeter experi
ments is that tho law of conser
vation of energy holds in tho
animal body. Such a conclusion
is at the basis of many important
deductions regarding rations and
ilints and tho uso which man
makes of his food and farm ani-
miils make of feeding stuffs.
The human body is a complex
machine. It is important to know
its efficiency as compared with
other machines. Experiments
with the respiration calorimeter
ahmvR this to bo 20 uer cont. that
is, 5 units of energy must be sup
plied by the food to provido one
unit of work. In this respect
man compares favorably with
the best steam engine, their
efficiency it is safe to say, not
exceeding 14 per cent
Whether or not physical energy
must be exnended for mental
work as well as for muscular
work is a question of interest
Judged by the results of a long
series of experiments with tho
roanirntion calorimeter, sovero
mental work does not make do
mands for physical energy, at
least in amounts that were mea
surable even with so nccurte nn
It is natural that an apparatus
of this character should be used
in the study of technical ques
tion which cannot bo approached
by simpler means, and in part
the results refered to above are
technical. However, the useful
ness of the respiration calorime
ter is not limited to such matters
and it has been of great value
in studying questions of every
day interests pertaining to food
nm the use man makes of it It
is in a large measuse, due to this
and related work that we are
able to discuss such matters to
day with reasonable certainty.
The feeding standards is some
thing which the farmer of today
realizes is necessary for success,
nnfl .1 iironrossive farmer bases
his practice on the feeding stand
ards which experimenters have
provided for him. If we are to
make the right use of our avail
able food supply, dietary stand
ards are needed and those pro
nnspri hv the DeDartment of
Agriculture have had wide use.
The proof of the accuracy, with
respect to energy, of these die
tary standard, has been obtained
from experiments with the respl
The discovery that the respira
rinn ralnrimntcr IS eciually as
valuable for studying ripening
fruit processess and other pro
blems of vegetable life and for
the study of man's food and the
way to use it has opened up a
new line of work. With the ap
paratus which has been built for
this purpose and the larger res
piration calorimeter for experi
ments with man, the Department
is in a position to continue its in
vestigations of technical and
practical problems and to accum
ulate very useful and valuable
information. Thefirststages in a
valuable kind of work, has long
been passed, the apparatus and
methods have been perfected,
and facts of great value have
been secured. New fields of
usefullness are being entered
upon, and the outlook for rapid
accumulation of additional data
of great importance to all who
are interested in the profitable
and proper use of agricultural
products is assured.
MEN RESCUED AFTER SK DAYS IN WELL
(Concluded From First I'agt)
long entombment without food
or water1 and both suffering from
bad hurts. They are both quite
rugged men and it was fortunate
that they were otherwise no
doubt both would have scccumb
ed. They say it was about the
merriest Christmas they had ever
experienced when relief reached
It was a most fortunate rescue
as had it not come just at the
time there is little doubt but
what both men would have per
ished and there would always
have been more or less mystery
as to how they met their death.
FOOD FOR THE MIND NEEDED ON FARM
(Concludedjrom first page.)
partments, write your Senator or
Representative at Washington,
asking him to get it for you.
They often have duplicate copies
or can get them when others can
Fit Ilia Case Exactly
"When father was sick about
six years ago he read an adver
tisement of Chamberlain's
Tablets in the paper that fit his
case exactly," writes Miss Mar
garet Campbell of Ft. Smith, Ark.
"He purchased a box of them
and he has not been sick since.
My sister had stomach trouble
and was also benefited by them."
Bold l.n nil dfinlnin , ,
Now Land Law Code Needed
The necessity of a general re
vision of tho land laws, not only
for tjib purposo of carrying out
the policy of conservation, but
to provido means by which sev
eral classes of land can bo law
fully acquired, is made apparent
by n paper read by Professor
Charles G. Yale before the Cali
fornia Miners' Association. Coal
land is being sold at appraised
values considerably above the
minimum price nxou oy law iu
which all conl land was formerly
sold, but oil, gas, and phosphate
land Imvo been entirely with
drawn from sale awaiting legisla
tion for its disposal. Water pow
er sites can bo secured only un
der revacablo permits, which
are too insecure a basis of title to
allow of largo investments. Un
less mineral is exposed on tho
surfnee, a prospector has no se
curity against tho jumper while
making exploration preliminary
to location, says the Orcgonian.
The present ndministratoin of
tho land laws is therefore a make
shift Phosphate, oil and gas
development is entirely suspend
ed, Before withdrawal such land
could be acquired only under the
placer mining law, which is not
applicable to deposits hidden deep
underground and which can be
"discovered only by costly work.
Secretary Fisher recommends the
granting of permits for such ex
ploratory work, giving the hold
er exclusive possession so long as
ho continues work. Lack of laws
governing the acquisition of min
eral springs, watea-power sites
and watering places in thedesorts
tempts men to pervert the placer
mining law. This law has been
used toacquire water-holes which
control vast arers of range, pow
er sites where there is no mineral,
townsites in National forests.
Summer resorts, in fact land for
almost any purpose. It should
be so amended ns to applv only
to land bearing mineral winch
shows on or near the surface and
not in place. New laws are need
ed governing all classes of public
land, for the present laws aro a
direct incitement to fraud.
A large proportion of mining
litigation could be prevented by
repeal of the provision granting
extra-lateral rights to holders of
lode claims. This proeision is
based on a theory long since ex
ploded. It has been proved pra
cticaily impossible to identify a
vein mined a thousand feetunder
ground with any particular vein
cropping on the surface. Hence
have come underground war and
endless lawsuits. British Colum
bia has disposed of this difficulty
by granting to each miner all the
mineral within a square tract of
50 acres, the boundaries of which
are extended vertically into the
earth to any depth.
California Woman Seriously Alarmed
"A short time ago, I contract
ed a severe cold which settled on
my lungs and caused me a great
deal of annoyance. I would have
bad coughing spells and my lungs
were so sore and inflamed I be
tran to be seriously alarmed. A
friend recommended Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, saying she
had used it for years. I bought
a bottle and it relieved my cough
the first night, and in a week I
was rid of the cold and soreness
of my lungs," writes Miss Marie
Gerber. Sawtelle, Cal. For sale
by all dealer.
Guaranteed N. P. scrip $8.7fi an
acre, limited amount only.
Inland Empire Realty Company.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
UMTtn Htatm I.anu Ovricic
llurna, Oregon, November V3, 1912
To Charlra Allen of llurna, Oregon, Contmtee-
You'are hereby notified that V. II, UcC'onnell
who fflvi-a llurna. Oregon, aa hla fioat-offlce ad
drets, did on November lord. IvIK, tile Iu this
office hla duly corroborated application to ton
teat and secure the cancellation of your Home
stead, Kntry No oiw, made April ivtli.ivio,
for Iils Noa I,, 3 and I, of Heclluu JO, Town
.1.1.. n wouth. Itaneiifl Kaat. Willamette Iterl
dlau, and aa grounds for his contest be alleges
that ssld conttstee has never established or
maintained a resident v upon said tract, nor
nashe evt r cuiiivaieo or improieo aaio tract
to any extent whalevor, eg ent to (ause that
construction of a small abln tfiercoui and that
hehaawholl) abandoned said tract for inore
than six months prior to August l'Jth 1911-
You arc, therefore, further notified that the
ssld allegations will l taken by this office as
having burn (oufefted by )Ou, and your entry
u.111 i.Af-,if f.li.1 thereundar wlllioilt vour fur.
ther right to bu luard therein, cither before
this office or on appeal, II you fail tonielntbls
office within twenty days alter the KOUitTH
publication of this notice, as shown below,
your answer, under ntlh, spocltlcally mietltig
and responding to these allegations of contest,
or If you fall wlililuthat timoto file In tbls
office duo priKil that you have served a copy of
vour ausner on thu tab) (Oiilestant either In
:..,..,,, ... l,v tiilatered mall. If this service Is
made hy the delivery if copy of your answer
toiliecunus'alitiu peiapn, prooi oi aui-u aer
vlceuiuit be either the said coutestaul'a written
acknowledgment of hla receipt of the copy,
hAwin. iiiMiiHtit r,r Ifu recelt't. or the affidavit
of the oersou by wliom Ihudellveiy waa made
staling when and where the copy waa deliver.
,... i, n,ti i.v leulstuml mall. iirtHif of such
service mutt consist of the affidavit yf the per.
son by whom the copy ss mailed, and Ibis
i a . s ....us s.. uj Sib r.sa t laaal I sa lliaai lastl
mnKiavi. mutx- iw i.vwsnrsH.v ft ---...e.'u
ri,l.t fnr Ihu aLtim.
You hui1 utitu lii )our miitrnr Iheimraa ot
(lie tidit unico to vvhldi )ou ilctlro tti ure
i.iu... ii .., r.nl.lti allot, Noveinbcr IW. 191'i.
Dale ol set ond publication Dciember 7. Ill 12.
Date of third piibllcallon DMemUr H. ll.
Date of founts piinllialluu lU'iumUr ;l, ID).
NOTICK FOIt IMIBLIOATION
Hums, (Hi koii, December 4, 112
Notice Is hereby It
formerly Mary K.
who on March 6, 11K
I veil that Mary K.'lliurman,
.nraa.of llatrlinau. Oregon.
im t,m1f. llfnnf..tail Kntrv
N ,ri7 Mrlal iVo-oiset, fori mi. hW'i
Ski But. NWU.Hct oiilll 'fo.viisiilpJBouth
Hatig'easX. WiUamclte Merldlaii. 'has (lied
notlta oi Intention to luaka final five-year
Kit f, to eslabllah elaini to the land above de;
scribed, belore Hi. Itcglaler and llecelver. at
Ilurus,Oregoi.. on the Dilhday of January, ll
ZTlVXTKU.. Kr.na New
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITED STATIC LAND OFFI0K,
Hums Orrg'in. Dercmbar ,
Nolle lalierebve.tronlhttMa.ekll. Mtk,ol
ol llatrlmati, (Irwin, who, mi Jan iiarr . IMJ.
.uarfo lliiinesleailaiilrr No. W. ferial Ho.OJtia
lor NKW foclton i,TownshlntoHoulta,Han
M KeuJVlllemetto MtrMUn. Iim llleit notlcei
MKl, Willamette Xlarlillan.lias nieti none
uf Intention to make, dual n yeaMVoof. to
establish, claim to tli und alx described,
Iwloto lh Hcgiator una uoceirer. nuim
Orejtqii, on the 131 li tier of January, linn,
claimant names as wuntose.' .
menl names as wltno'ieil
miner w. narnor. rrana ( """ ,"
Thiuinau, Hoy Thnriuan, ill ot lterrlman, ore-
Wlllwr w. warrior, Fran Mien. nrr ..
' luirin, Orcnoii, Dvooinbcrs. WUl
To llanliaol 0 Hall, ol 'liutni, Oregon, Cou
Vou lelivrcliy millOfnl that Herbert V. Wei
liorn, who iitYi-i Kill, OrOii.aa till will oBJca
addma, did on Dawmuar ard, I1J. Ala Iu thta
ol lire lid duly corroboratnl application to run
tut and atruro th ranci'llallon ot your lioma
trad Act Kcb. Ill, 1W9 Will No. WWJ. mad
Dwcmlwr H, UW. for Wl HW. Hro. 4, K)
Cot-lion n, Townahlp M tl., Kama III B , Wltlam
vttv Mrldlan. and na irouuda lor hla ronieit
he allele, that aald llanliaol 1111 baa whol
Ir adaudourd Mid land for inore than ilz
moiitha laat paati hai never leitUd, rtitded up
on, or cultivated latna,
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I IIU MP. IIIVIVl.MV, .III..... iiini'i.. "" "-
aaldallrialloiiiinllllni taken at thla office a
liavlns Hi-oii cuiifenod by lou, and your aald
entry will bocanrelad thm-uudcr without your
further rliilil to be heard therein, either belore
thli office or on appeal.ll you fall to nle In thta
ufllce within twenty daya aftet IbeKOUIllll
imbllcallnu ol thli notice, aa nhown below,
your anawi-r, under oath. apeclfKtally uieetlni
and rcapondlng to thee alienation! of conical,
or it you (all within that tlmu to (tlululhla
onice tine prooi mat you ii.ip r..-i n vyr y
lourauawer on ine aniu iiMui'ii.miiuivt m
oer.on or by rrglitcrvd mall If thlteervlre li
tuade by the delivery ol a Copy of your amwer
tolhocotiteatautlu pvrion. prootof euehier
rlreiuuat he either theaaldronteatanl writ
ten a kuowledKOment of hla receipt ol the
copy, allowing- the dale of lareelpt, or the
affidavit of thenvnonby whom the delivery
watinade latlnir when and where the copy
w delivered) If made by trejtaUied mall,
proof of mich service inuttrumialol the afflda;
wi r ii.m tinra.ui hv wiwim lliei'ntir waa mailed
(talluiwhen and the noit otllreto which II
it inalfcHl. and t li tat affidavit mint he aceom
paulod by the Hiiiitat'or'reve!pt for the letter
You ihould alato lit your aiiiwer the uaineol
l he poitoitlra to v. hcb ) on dralre future notion
W. Kamii. ItmUtir
Date of tint publication December 14, lU.
Date ol necond publication Depeinter 11. IW
Date of third publication December W, IVI'i.
Dale at lourth publication January 4. 113'
NOTICK FOIt PUBLICATION
UN1TKD8TATKH LAND OKFIttK.
llurna, Ureiou, November ID, 1'li. I
Nolle It hereby liven that Oicer Newell, uf
Drewaey, Oreinn, who, on November IS, Ivon,
made llomeati-ad Kntry Ho. O'JW. lorWMK'i
Hr 1 and NUN Ki (iclloii ft Townahlp l8.,
MaoiteSi( K WIlTamell Uaridlao, baa flle.1
notice el Inteniliiii li mate final Ihrre-year
ProtiftueiiablUh claim lolhelaiid alxivede
cf Ihed. before K. I.. Heede. II H. UonuuUlloo
er. at hla office, at Drewtey, Orriuu, on the
illli day ol December, IVI1,
I'laluiaut naineaaa wllntaxa
Janice A. Anderaon, Hamuel Mtlllaiua, Will
lam Kllby and r'red llolwrli'in. all of Van. Ore-
wu. Kaaaa. Itcalaler.
11711 llurna f l.lll No. WJW,
ori('K I'OH I'll III. ICATION.
I'Mikii -tttaa l.ixn Dili
llu i mi koii, November 4, ll.
..Ili u litfrubr itlvell that the Nurlheril I'a
. illi-Hallway lomienv wboau at ottlte ed
lieaaliMI ralll. Jlllimaul
..I 'nttnlrf-r. Ittli. fllrtl III I
ha tills 4th dar
Iu this ufllce Its apill
e I rovlalouaof the A.I
lion ioeioi uu ler ine I rnviaioiiau, iuia.i
of Conerria. anorulnl llllv I. I"'1 130 Mat UlT.
ttjo I aaeslcndcd by the Act of I'ongrraa ap
nroted May 17, pjuo, bilfHo' KTwp thuuh
lungeil Kaat, Lot I Dee SI, Twp S3 oulb,
Itange J Kast, W M.
aerial No ouw
Anvandall ixtsoua i-Mlmlng adtetaalytbe
landa dmtlUi, or desiring to object because
ttf the mineral t haracteruf )be I
other reason, to the dlaponal
e laixl, or lor any
ahoubl file their allldavlts of tn
roleal In tula
oHlct-, on or Iwlore the Jld day of January, 1113,
Wm. faaag. Iteglslcr
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IJMTsu Hvsvgi l.iMi'Orrtcg, I
Hums, Orrgou. Noveic'r. Hit I
Notlre Is hereby given that Knoeb Hansen,
of llutua. Oregon, who ou April 13. mil, made
llomeatead Ktiiry, Vo itSMJ. for HK't, feeclloq
A. Tnwnihli. .'' tl, Itange 31 K., Willamette
Meridian haa Hied notice uf (nlentlon to
mako Commutation prool to eatabllah claim
to the land above described, before Keglater
and llecelver at llutua, Oregon, on the lath
day of December, 1H2.
Claimant names as witnesses,
J. T. Fry, Kred Clehrung, Charles 8 Heed,
Nat llcnney all ol Hums, Oregoti.
Wm Kaaaa. Hegislcr.
NOTICK FOIt POUMCATION.
HSITKIl BTATKH LAND OKFICKI
llurna, Oregon, November TV, 181 i I
Nuthe la hereby given that Atvln llurlbtirl.of
Narrowa, Oregon, who, ou stent. 2, Iwuand Kor.
17, 1WJ, tesprctively, made Homestead Kutrlra
No. mitt attd una for SW ", KK' J, W HWU, Hec
5:NW!iN! er. ; WJ.NK'iaud K) NW'
Hritlon a, Townahlp aiH., Itange K , Wlllaui
elle Meridian, haa filed notice of Intention to
make final three year proof to establish claim
to the land above described, before Itrglater
and llecelver, at Horns, Oregon, ou the 10th
day of January, 1913.
Claimant nanus as wlluessea
Augustus W Hurlburlol Narrows, Orrgou.
William (1 llatdwrll, John V Alesander, tt
A McKctisle. all of Hums, Oregon
Wu Ksnar, Itcglaler
T1MI! TAIH.K NO. II IN
JUNK 14, 1U08.
No 1 1'uaM-u. in. No.
2 l'aes i. m.
10 :2 "
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Ar 5: 0
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O I, Cumpt
" 4 :6a
Wliltnoy " 00
TI1TON " 2:40
Austin " 2:10
Hlop on ulitiinln only tNo gcnt.
TlrkutH Uauctl only (or elation- wlioro
truliin urn Hcliudulotl to mako rrtfular
HtopH. l'ltasuiiKorH inliat puroliRae tick
tita wlmrn ngontii o'lat lieforo untorlnt!
trulnn or 26 tenia in tlilitlon to tho re
Kiilar faro will bo cliarttoil,
JOHKI'II A. WKBT, Hupt.
OIIANT OKDDKH. Ahet. Hunt.
!.'. . -f
Tho Oregon, ft I
Hon Association of
which the under
signed Is member,
will give ll.ouo 00
toward for evi
dence leading to
r, itiparreaiaou eutt
i, 'j vlcllou of auy par
tyor partita abjal
lug buries, caltla
or mules belonging
to auy of Ita mem.
In addition lo thu abovo, the undersljned
nlTera tho aamo it.iullt Ion fjbO.OO for all horaca
branded hotao-ahod bar on both or allher lit,
llrauil reroidwl u eight countlss Uauge
Harney Lake and f'ropk rounllei, Iforata
Veulrd w lieu sold,
None but grown bursal sold and only In
W W lihOWN rife, Oregon,
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IIAP.NKY LOIHIR, NO, TT, I. O O T.
Hutu attry lluriUy In Odd follow 1111
atlUOnta. iirvJ.w. (lot,
T. H. HPrHBUf, riecraiarr, n.
lin.oiiinil'i.1 n,i.i.ii .... . V .
liiiMi'ik ni fnilowii first Saturday Inl-
llatoryi aeronii Vatutiiay, Kltit legrea third
Ierre fourth Haturday,
H . . '.'
HUIlNai.ODaiCN&.7,A.K. A M.,
Meal i rry flrit and thirl Saturday In each
month. Win. Miller, W M
Hani Mntliershead, Recrctarv,
M )t)KRN WOODMXKOK AMKItltIA
. Mcelt every aeeond and fourth Kndayuven
Inc at I.O.o.F. Ilalliall nelihlHia Invited
New appllcauta will receive courleoua trcal-
W T. Uator, Clork,
I1UJIN3 OllAITKH NO. 40,0. K. H.
Meela evary aerond and fonrth Moiiclava, In
Maeonln Hall. Krankle Welcome, V. M
SYLVIA KKUBkAII lIKOHKK No.O.
Mceli every lit and Id Wedueaday,
.. . . llyrdle Daltou, N. tl,
Madge Leonard, Ilea. Hen'v.
TUMCOlltOMC No. IM, W, ot W.
Mceti every fourth Tuesday.
Maud llorlou, II.
Heater Uoodmau, Clerk.
UH.Baustor I 'nnalhait liourtiu Jr.
iQOi. K. Chamberlain
IW It Kills
Uoniressmen,,,,, f J w llawloy
Attorney tlaneral A. M. Crawford
tlovernor .. Oswald West
aecretaryol Wlale Hv llensuit
Tresstirer T.ll Kay
Hupt. I'ul.llo luatruiUOD I It, Alderman
male printer . , w UDunlway
IT. A. MoUrlde
Supreme Julgaa .lleoli liuruclt
K. H. Ilean.
NINTH JUDICIAL DIHTHIUT.
'''I"' Jodie .. . Daltou ggs
District Attorney . . .J W Mcculloch
Deputy Hist Ally Cllleunatd
Circuit Court meets the flrat Mouday lit
April and Drat Monday Iu October.
Jolnt-rletiator O W 1'artlsli
fotul-llepreseutatlve W II llrooke
K, It, Waters
Klatlk T, (lowall
A. K. Iliohaldaoli
J, J. liouegatt
J W Deary
K. I' Hylvealvr
in A ninyiii
County l.'uurt tnccta the Aral Wednesday III
Jauuary, Match. May, July, rieplrmUr and
iiiBNv u. a. i iNi, urrics
tl l I l MligU
A M Hv rd
J. t vtrliooiu Jr
. Il I liclliia
I II J Ita a n .
I I W en tunc
i t alii l )
I 11 J McKlllloill
t'i,nt,rl vtrty tte, o d.atiid
Meetings ol tlir
Mrs. Grace B. Mcllose
Voice and Piano
Methods Used In
Ciacifloalll Constrralory of Music
Kealdence Studio antljdoor cat I
outwit; toon iip.
Meals At AH Houra. Short
Uruera and i'rompt borvice
, . . ..
With Reasonnblo Rates
Give Mo A Call j
S, J, MIPWIMTUR, Crop.
NARROW, - ORHflON
'Pi la wll b found rt dealrablc
and hospitable atopplne; place
where comfort and courteous
treatment are considered flrnt
Conducted In connection
H. N. McCOMB
General Repair Shop Rear W.
O. Whlte'H Shop, S. Main Street
Plumbing, Pump and Wind
Mill Work a Specialty.
Tin, Copper, Sbecf Iron Work or all
Camp Stores, Tanks, Jobbing, Numb
ing to order. Give Ho a Trial.
C. W. SCHUMANN
Proprietor. Voegtly' Old Stand
ill and tMaerlidlqn maj
oalaklr asaartaltt our opinion rratw natnar an
favatulao Is probalTr palatitatila. t'oniiiiuidra.
Mil rraa. yiaaw Mof tor aasuriiiaauu.
rataota Taka sXroash Munn.A Co. rstmlra
ISSW4 fWIKS. Wltnous eufraa, iu in
uUd rutlM, without tsra. In Iu
A hmskAAamtiw imtrtm& WMklr. IstrcMt flf.
, httltl rli
, Tsrtus, 19
fuafiltain tit - - -s-as. l.iurilall. Q'ttriUl. li
f tor faoit,i &U4biill fitwitJMUr.
IS EXPECTING YOU
CHRISTMAS -NEW YEAR
They are waiting for you to come
TUG HOMING INSTINCT
TELLS YOU TO GO
tii ic mosnubTroil comfort
Til 10 LINK OF 1ILOUK RK1NALK
To CliicnKo, Omnlio, Denver, KntiHiw City and all other points
"THE EASY WAY"
TRAINS IIIOll CLASS
WRITE THEM YOU ARE COMING, THEN LET US
TELL YOU HOW LITTLE IT WILL COST
II. BAKOUL, Agt, O. W. R. & N. Redmond, Ore.
WHY NOT MAKE S200. A MONTH - That's
50. a Week, almost $1Q.00 a Day .
Holllnu Victor Hafca anit nre-Jirotif uosri
to merchants, doctors, lawyers, daiillati and
welllo-dofarmara, all otwlioiurcalltotlio need
of f,liul do nut know liowraay Ilia toown
olio, tlalasiuaii drclara our projiosltlon ona of
lha Iwst, oicau cut rnonay-niakltiK opuorlunl.
tlfS aYcr raoalvtxl. Without previous llrl-
enco VOU can tiupncaie
Our handsomely Illustrated Suo-paae cataloa;
jsasasl III vntl lO HMMIlL
mmm . . ,,a...na
ou . pllotlnK M..m lbiut.our factory.
JSuJln'Sln'sTfikfiii "i lit: wl. cl'll li ,miV..bKVoV.p;oaiAir.teu.toin.rWd.ny.
ZV Votf li uTtKl .lijiwl from u, ,lclnltT Ufor. somcon. .1.. .t. tba larr
can taror onl, ou. aal.an.an out of each loclltj. .,.niT.r..rr
Our New Home. Oapaclly 10,000 Bal.a
W. W. DRINKWATER
WRITE FOR .SPECIAL CATALOG AND PRICES
. THE A.H.AVERI LL MACHINERY (!)'
SPQKANE. WASH.-PORTLAND. ORE.- TAIi JOSE CAL
BURNS MILLING CO.
NORTON & SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic. Flooring, Moulding,
Nearest Sawmill to
Lumber Yard in Burns.
GrO TO cJ?l3LO
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Callg".
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
Cot I age Inn
DINNINQ ROOM I
AH TOY, I'roprlet r
Open For Huainess. Regulur
Meitla tit oil hourH. Open j
until 10:30 every niuht
CALL AND SEE ME NOW
Hvcrytlilnj; Neat and Now I
mo .,. uium
U) HU tlfCt tO CU'
ak ttlantisjr IHdUbTII
cnmtAtiy waa celatrated tr
erectlnit lha moat modern safe
factory In the world. Wide
awake man who received our
special sellli.K Inducement,
rendered llneceseary todouUa
our output. Wo ra epeualnc
many thoueande ol dollars en
lerifna; our aalea orcanliatton.
buflolearn all partleulars. It
will coal you only tba price of
Uk for Catteu 1ST.
SAFE & LOCK CO.
Burns. Qood Road.
.Mrs. Win. Cummins, Prop.
! I3estofcaro for pationtu
Well furnfalipjl rooniH, nentj
chum nnd comfortable. No
nMil nivlnnu tfata itilriii
MRRSPEN & GRIFFITH
I'liyiltloDi mid Hurgeons.
TILLSON HARklSON M. B M. D.
Office Stconti; door Tlmci-llerald Did.
Entrance on Main Hired
J. WJ. CBfiRY
" Phyilclan rik! Hurgtion.
Durne, - - - Oregon.
OfOVft III now building eotith ol Wolcoraa
harness alioji, Mnin HI.
R. D BURROW M. D.
Pltyslctati and Surgeon
6fflco at Jorgenaen llldif., laln St.
Calli aittendeJ Night or Day
L. E. HIDBnRD
Ofllco first tloor cokI plioUj xnllory
W. C BROWN,
Olflco rooms 8 nd U Masonic IlulUlln
DEflMON & DEfiMRN,
Phys. clans and Surgeons
Call twisweroJ irutnilly nlnlil or Jay
' Phone Ilarrlinan.
Dr Minnie Hand
Physician and Surgeon
Direct Telephone Connection
M1LLKK & CIILZEM
A'lTOItNKYS AT LAW
Itooina tl and 7 .Uninif liiilldlng
Katm luaua quickly luaile at rraxinable rates
CHflRUES W. ELLIS
Burns, - - Oregon
Trartlcea In tho Btato Con r la an J bo
fore the U, H. IjtnJ Ofllce.
OIuih. 11. Leuoiiat'd.
Careful attention given to Collec
tions and Heal Kstnto muttora.
a. )y. GayAy '
State Courts and United States
Land Office Practice
Three doors South of the
Harney County National Bank
K. I). Coui-kr xi. V. Itorxii
asao, M.iM.aocc. , atau. nrjiM. socc. I.
COOPER & DODGE
Civil and Hydraulic EnginMr.
Irrigation, Water Supply
Sewerage, Water Power.
8urve, Mapa, natliimtra, Supervli-iim
K. 12. DlLLAIll)
A. O. KAULptM
Kormerlr Asat. Kniluerr Formerly
juU.a Kcljraal.ii tier guer ul Boise
i -a- I'rr'l" 1
Eastern Oregon Engineering
CIVIL AND IRRIGATION fcNGINHKS
JEAN BART BALCOMB
CHAR. XI AM H. K, t'.
WtM, A. A, H, A
AaiO, kl, AH, I, K. K,
Ditches, Reservoirs, Final Proof
Work, Hydro-Electric Power '
U.S. Dep. Mineral Work
Court Work A Specially -1
pnitjiKt'il In llotli Priviilo A
Ofverunient ariiuii) (Saglnjf
ALUHRSON - - OREGON
JOHN ROBIN ON
Stock Inspector, Harney County.
Jeweler. Optlolan and
Fine Watch Repairing A Spe
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