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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1913)
LATEST DEVE0P1ENT LEAGUE NOTES
(From Our Portland Corrttpontloiit I
Field demonstration work by
Oregon Agriculture College,
widening the usefulness of that
institution greatly, will be real
ised to a much larger extent than
has hitherto been possible if
Senate bill No. 72 is passed by
the Legislature. This measure
provides for the appropriation of
money by the state and counties
to carry on co-operative field
demonstration work among the
The bill was drawn bv the Cen
tral Oregon Development league
and the Oregon State Bankers'
Association agricultural commit
tee. It provides for a well or
ganized system of field work.
conducted by experts under the
direction of the O. A. C. The
demonstrations in agriculture
will be given in different parts
of the state and the plan is what
might be called a system of trav
eling agricultural schools.
There is found to be need for
this work, particularly in the
newer sections of the state where
settlers are flocking in and tak
ing land. They must be given
start in the proper agricultural
methods suited to the country
if they are to prosper, and dem
onstration work by the state
college will do this and do it right.
The plan of the bill is extremely
practical, meaning to place the
demonstration work right out
among the farmers so they will
not have to waste valuabe time
in visiting some far point. It is
thought friends of the agricultur
al interests of the state will rally
to the support of the bill in the
Legislature and secure its passage.
Value of Feeding The Lend
No open-minded person who
makes an honest investigation of
the subject of soils and crops can
deny that the farmer is operating
a wonderful chemical and biolo
gical laboratory, the processes of
which are coming to be fairly
well understood. An Illinois
Farmers' Institute Bulletin says:
One of the fundamental truths
that has been thoroughly estab
lished is that "crops are not made
out of nothing," but that certain
chemical elements are necessary
to the growth of crops as are
heat and light, that some of these
elements must be fed to the
plants through the soil (the lab
oratory) and that the farmer
(the chemist) through the art
and science of agriculture, must
provide the food and prepare his
soil for putting it into proper
Of course, the land must be
well drained, because too much
water dilutes the plant-food solu
tion, cools the soil and prevents
aeration. Active organic matter
must now be supplied as it is the
life of the soil, making the chem
ical changes necessary and pro
viding the medium for the devel
opment of the necessary bacteria
life, because no matter how large
the quantities of all the elements
of plant-food the soil may con
tain, or which may be applied in
an inert form, plants cannot use
them until the chemical changes
brought about by these bactera
The continuous cropping of land
for sixty or more years, together
with the removal of all crop re
sidues has depleted the soil or
ganic matter, both active and in
active, while the natural deposits
. I I ; . . . i II i t 1 . . a-A . . , , I j . I I 1 ft . I 1 I . , .
rii . "i uillf ttvc ir.tv urn mi" nil
The present year is likelv t , .. , T . ..
' .ii'ioii nr li'iv.i icixiiii'i tn tni
witness the completion of another j . , . .
railroad across the eastern half
of the state. The Oregon East
ern oeing ouiii ironi aie west
ward to Dog Mountain, MO miles,
is progressing favorably and rail
road men say they will complete
the construction for this distance
within the year. Dog Mountain
is near Burns and it is expected
the line will then be extended to
a connection with the Southern
Pacific Natron-KIamath road now
1 lower lands by erosion, henet
even where soils are not acid.
; the application of ground lime-
i stone is neeueu 10 Hasten mu muv
ution of the mineral elements of
plant food, phosphorus, potassium
iron, sulphur. If the soil is acid.
the application of limestone is
absolutely necessary to profitable
crop production, as bacteria can
not flourish in a soil where there
is no free carbonate of lime. If
lime is needed nothing else will
take its place and there can be
To see the legislative wheels; no high state of fertility without
go around, a number of delegates free carbonate of lime and
to the recent Oregon Irrigation j humus.
Congress were passengers on a ! Where fine ground natural
special train that carried them limestone is applied to the soil it
to Salem for the opening of the j does not attack any of the ele
session and later they visited the I mL.nts of the soil, but the acids
state institutions atCorvallis and
Eugene. The Irrigation Con
gress was notable as being the
most important gathering of irri
gationists ever held in this state,
and the visit of the delegates to
the capital was full of interest.
Memorials to Congress on im
portant subjects have been pre
pared by the Oregon Legislature.
One asks for appropriations for
the improvement of Tillamook,
Yaquina and Coos bays. Another
memorial asks for the protection
of migratory garhe birds and an
other suggests a federal law to
curb the divorce evil.
The Russell Sage Foundation
has probed the Dublic school sys
tems of all the states and finds
Oregon ranks 15th in efficiency
among the 48 commonwealths of
the nation. This state, ho we sir,
is found to stand first in point of
attendance. The percentage be-87.8.
in the soil attack the particles of
stone and become neutralized,
the soil is sweetened and the
bacteria can work, this has the
effect of floculating clay soils,
black of yellow, making them
mellow, crumbly, admitting the
air, allowing the fertility brought
to the surface from the subsoil
by evaporation and plant growth,
to be leached back into the sur
face six or seven inches of soil for
use in crop rotation.
Lime is absolutely necessary to
the formation of humus as well
as its retention; it has been
known and used in various forms,
agriculturally, for more than
2,000 years, but the manufacture
of co-called complete fertilizers
has operated against its use as
well as the economical use of
natural mineral plant-foods.
Urges Better Care And
Breeding of The Cows
Damage Done By Cut Worms
Much damage to young or
chards is done by climbing cut
worms. These insects eat the
buds and young foliage only dur
ing the night time. During the
day they hide at the base of the
tree, going down a few inches
into the soil. The Oregon Ex
periment Station recommends as
the best treatment for this pest
to scatter poisoned bait, a spoon
ful to a tree. This is made by
mixing dry one pound of paris
green to twenty pounds of bran,
then adding one or two quarts of
molnsser, and if possible the
same amount of old beer. Work
up with en iugh water to make
I stifl mash before placing over
the orchard. Do not let the
chickens have access to this
As a supplement to this treat
ment spray the trees with bor
deaux mixture made as follews:
Five pounds of bluestone dis
solved in 25 gallons of water and
5 pounds of lime slaked in 25
gallons of water. Mix the two.
The same scheme of treatment
will answer for the garden cut
worms. If t lie poisoned bait be
distributed before you set your
plants or sow your seed you can
work out the cut worms from
the garden. After the plants
have come up the bordeaux spray
will help to protect them.
Tying bands of cotton around
the tree trunks, or painting with
tanglefoot or axle grease, or fast
ening colars of tin or paper
around the trunks are remedies
that will not answer for our
climbing cutworms. There are
several other insects which feed
on buds, foliage and garden pro
duce which may not be killed by
Notice of 1 ilial S.-lllrlTlrnl.
Notice, is hereby iii-u Unit the iimler
tlgnfd executor til the laat will nml
tcatainenl nndeal iteof I Ireen Hinliprnili
liiT.ix'il I as Bled W tli the County
t'oin t ol' the Stati- I Oregon, tut liar
County, hii dull ecriflvd ttnl nivitint.
ebf law ii'iiiiml, anil that tliemiitl
iiinnl v ''mil t ll.i Appointed the l.'.lll
day ill IVIii uarv 1 1 : t . ill the hunt of ltl
o'clock A. M. of Hunt iluv, at the C urt
him f fHiii coii n i v, iii Barm, Oregon,
ns the tunc unit pi ice for the hearing of
objections to Haiil final account atnl the
settlement thereof, Any anil all kthuiis
having objection thereto must tile the
HUM nitli the clerk of sun court oil or
before the sunt day of hearing.
Kxeciitor of the last will and teiln
incut anil estate of limn lluils-K-ath,
It i i n . Oregon, January 6, I '.MM.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
UatvH Htatkh l.ANbOrrii-K
BorOl, 'Mi-nun. January in, till. I
To l.uuia 1'. Itritvin of unknown aililrrs. C'on-
You re ticn-li) hullfleil 1 1ml Charles I. Ksy,
wliu XI wp Hun." llrvK'ia, aa his h.i uuli ' sit
itr.M. .11.1 mi January I'.. 1V1.I, file III this
olnre hlsituly i-urruburatnl application to con.
teat ami seeur lb aui'rllatlnii uf jour Home
Head, Kntry Hcrlal No Oltft, iua.tr March
IW. lor III.' .NW. at Hertlul, 12. town
J n the Circuit Court M the State (
Oregon for Harney County.
I fla Millin, I'lniiltill
C.J. Millar, defendant.
To C.J. Millar, the aborr named de
fcnilnnt: In the name of the State
of Oregon, you aie hereby required
to appear nml anwer the complaint
filed again! you in the above entitled
int on or before the last day of the time
lircsciibed in the order of publication of
this summons, to wit: on or before the
'.'4th day of February 1913, mid date
Iving the eipiratiod of sin weeks from
the lust publication of tins tummona,
and if you fail to nppenr ami answer,
for want thereof, plaintiff will apply to
the court for the relic! demanded in the
complaint, to wit: For a decree dia
solving the bunde of matrimony dieting
Iwlwecn plain! iff and defendant, and
for cost! and ilialuiiseineiils of suit
Tin summons i published by order
of Hon. Grant Thompson, Judge of the
County Court of Harney County, Ore
gon, i nude and entered on the 81 h day of
January IBI.'I, and the date of the fret
publication of this summon is January
U. A. Hi: MHO I.I i,
9-16 Attorney of plaintiff.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice i hereby given that the under
signed nduiinietrator of the eelate
of Julia lludsK-Hth, ilecreaeed
has Bled with the County Court of tin
State of Oregon, for Harney County,
hi duly verified final account, aa by law
required, and that the said county court
hu appointed the 16th day of February
1913, at I he hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of
said day, at the court house, of I
county, in Munis, Oregon, a ihe time
and place (or the heating of objection
to mid final Mceoiiiit and the settlement
thereof; Any and all person having
objections thereto must file the same
with the clerk of said court on ur befon
t lie- said da v of bearing.
KOIIBKT N. HtlliSI'i-A I II.
Administrator of the estate of
Julia Hudspralb, deceased.
Hums, Oregon January 'It It, lill.'l.
Ton-warns Bid-., Hums
M. A. BIGGS
Attorney at taw
Voeglly Bldg., Hums, Oregon
Petitoon for Liquor License.
We the undersigned legal voter of
Ilarnman Precinct, Harney dainty,
State of Oregon, respectfully petition the
Honorable County Court Harney
County Oregon, to grant a lietflM to
Price Cochran to sell BpMtom, Malt
and Vinous Liquors in less quantities
than one gallon in Ilarrimnti precinct
Harney County, Stale of Oregon, lor a
period of six months, us in duty bound
we will ever pray.
B. J. Clur, Oeo. B. Parker, 0, I. I.ee,
H. Denman, K. C. Hcin, II. ( . Albret
top, T. C. Albretton, 0. H. Fredrick, T.
M. Miller, A. Bergeron, liiniimC l.ihby,
J. W. Carpenter, J. L. Kellogg, I' F.
Heini, A. Brock, T. R, ( lark, 1. II. Olart
T. M. Fitchet, J. II. I'oughcrty, A. S.
Graham, Jerry 1'illon Jr. W. II. Thim-
enes, Chas. Banning, L. L, Vanllorn, F.
A. Horn, A. Petersen, Peter I'rfer.
Notice is hereby given that on Wed
nesday the 5th day ot March lUl.'Itlic
undersigned will apply to the llonora
ble County Conut of llariu-y County
State of Oregon, for the License men
tioned iu the above petition.
Anyone sandlntf a s-l h arid tldtjcrh-iloii in a 7
asclr aaaartaln par opinion fraa iith.-r an
IfMilon is irutin,lj patentable, 4 muniuitira.
uuuiatnoiir iinnntn iti 1 ikoho". on rkimiis
1 iraa. uiassi iuih 7 for
1 III Hi, 1 .1
.11 - '..
I ffi In
Patent t taken lb rough Munn A i v. ini'lvn
eyaatav noiU4, witnoui cnerue, in 11m
A aaadaofualf Ulaatratu'l weekly
HlMifr Of arir evlatiitifli: louri.ul
i four rauo'ltkli Bold by all M-wal,itlfi
o""' new Tort
1. ar l. waanuufiob. u. u.
Uia. f.l A
Better care and breeding would
greatly increase the present out
put of dairy products without
even increasing the number of
cows," said E. R. Stockwell of
the dairy department of the Or
egon Agricultural College very
"The direct loss is not only
loss in the use of inferior sires,
the off-spring of such siren will
continue to be inferior from one
generation to the other. The
solution to the problem is to get
good sires and then test their
progeny and thus weed out all
which do not come up to the pro
"The dairyman who has a
large herd can well afford to in
vest in a good sire. It is esti
mated that the improvement in
Bix heifer calves will pay the
cost of an average good dairy
sire. The small farmer, how
ever, is confronted with the diffi
culty of making the investment,
but this should be done through
"Communities where the small
dairies are maintained should
purchase a sire as a community
animal. Some of the southern
states are doing this now with
good success. They maintain a
bire in such communities for two
years and then exchange for the
better. In this way the expense
is kept down to the minimum.
I believe strongly in the commun
ity in operative system of breed
ing in dairy districts."
ale . Koath, Itange 19 Vast, Willamette Marl
Hull, am' mm fc-roiihiis tor til euuleal he atlese
that aatit LOUIS I' llrown haa wholly atianilon
etl aalil linil fur inure than ilx miiiitlia lait
paal, at it lina Refer Sattled reil'h-il upun or
You ar.-, llii-ri-liiri-. turtlii-r iiiillnail thai ttie
sahl ftllfittntloiia will be taken l.y tlila office a
having- been cmfeaaoil by you, atnl your entry
will tie eaiiei-le.l iherenniler without your fur
ther right to be lu-aril therein, either before
tlila orti. e or on H,enl, II you fa'l to die In thla
oflleii within twenty 'lata alter Ihe POt'KTII
publication of 1I1I- notice, aa ahown below,
foaranawer uinli-r oalli, apucirii-Bltj meetlus
ami reMiiiilug lo theao allugatljiie of contest,
or If tun fall within that time lo file III thla
otlli-i- ilia- proof that you have aerved a uopy ol
your soever on the aalil eoiileatant i -liber In
peraon or by regmli-re'l mall. It thla service Is
lililu by ttie ilellvery of a ropi of your hawer
to Ho- i-oi.lea'nnl In person, proof of aueli aer
Vleemiut be eh In-rt he aalil eonteatarit's written
aeklinwb-ilg lit of bis receipt of Ihe ropy,
plum in,- tin- ilali of lot re ill. I. or the affidavit
of the peraon l vboea t lie ifollvery waa tuaile
atstltig vibeti ami uhere tbeeopy was deliver
-I. if bumis i'i lesrletared mail, proof of ueb
aervb s raasl nuiNlat of the aitblavlt of the per
aon by whom the ropy waa mailed, and this
affidavit iniiat be soeompeBfeq by th poal
inaaler'i rei-el'lt lor tin- latter.
You Nboul'l ptat'- In lour aiiMWer the name of
the poat ..(I...- to iv Ji Ich roe ili-alre fti.ure
noil. , - to l- at lit to oii.
Wh. I a ii .i : . Beglater.
Hate of iir-t publication January l, 1VIS.
Date of i-iotid I'libllt-fttloii January 'ii, lulll.
Hal" of itni.l i.iii.lh atioii Kebrusrr I, 'i:i.
Llc'.-J -' fourth j.unllralloli February H, ly8.
EfOTIOl COR PUBLIC ATIOM
llNITgU'TaTSS I.AHU tirrtc. I
I'.iiii.p. Oregon, ii-i-i-iiil,i-r I, lil.'t
Holies In hereby given thai Mry K. I liiirman.
Mury K l.ueaa. of llarrliuan. Oregon.
who on Man-b '., I tp,, iiih-Ii- II omeatead Kulry
Jii7 Horlnl No int. I, forlH'., HI-.';. hW,,
Notice of Final Settlemeal.
Notice i hereby given that the uiulei
ttgneil nditiitiiatiator of the Instate ol
ida I. Miller, dect-ased. ha filed hi
rt il .ii. ii mil tit Ina .nliiiiiuttiation of
Haul entnle with the clerk of the County
Cotrrt ol the State ol Oregon, for Harney
ConntV, ai d tlmt aattl court Ilea iitriile
.in Hiiler a'itiiniiug Saturduy, tin- ISth
lay of February, 1818, at (he bout ol
tea o'cltjcs A. M, of aitid day, at the
court room in the t'ounty Court House
iu Mm n, Harney County, Oregon, a
the time ami place lor the hearing of oh
jrrtion to aanl final account and the
All persons interested iu suid ralule
nntl having objection to auiil lliinl ac
count or .my part or item thereof are
hereby notified topresrut said objection
and Die the same with the clerk ol said
court on ot before saitl time.
Hated this Wth day of Janaury. IUIS.
CHAKI.HH T. MILLliK,
J S C(K)K, Administrator
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITKIIHTATKH I.ANDorrif'B. I
Hum Oregon, Deceoibsr 4, iVlXI
Nullre la herein given that Mack II. Mark, of
HAHNKY MIIMIK, NO. 77, I. o O I .
Meat srsry Htur.lav III odd Kidlaw Mall
SI 7.. 'Hip III. I . H Hprp'il',
W. W II. nil. I, Hecrclaiy N. II.
Ie"'" "ork aa follow" hlral Naturday I til
tlstnry. aeiotid Haliirda), Klial Hegren; Ihlnl
Natunlav, Htiitunl Degree; tiillrlh Halurday,
HKNHI.OIKIK NO. 7, A. K. A St.,
Meets every flrt ud third Httirdy In i-pi-h
month. ). h.ilaull, W M
Ham Molhirptiead. Heerelarv.
M JIIKKN WOOIIMKNOI AMKItli-A
tests every senona ami foiiitli Friday even
lug st I. O.K. K. Mall, all nelgkbora Invited
New appllealita will reeelve eoiirtetiua treat
nstl,.. M A Itlgga, V iv
VY T, l.pler. I l.-rl
BURN" I'll A l-l'KH NO. 40, O. K H.
Heels every second sud fusrtli Monday, Iu
Maaolil. Mall f rankle Welcome, W. M
K.lla Bweek, Heeretary.
VLVIA KKHKKAII IIKUKKK No.Sl.
Msetasvsry 1st slid Hd Wednesday.
Hi rill., liaiion
Madge Leonard. Her Hee'v.
Tlll.et'lKri.K No. I'.',. W. of W.
Meat every fourth lutaday.
Maud II, mi. !.. (I. M.
Healer iloudmau. IMork.
"f Hi 'I AI. IHIiK. T.UIV
tlH.Hsnstora IJnllalhsn Hour ne Jr.
lib " K'l hambftrlaln
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rlecrelgry ol hi.i.
Ulpl. I'lllille liiplrui-tioi'..
Hlate I'rllila I
A. M. i tawl'.r.l
I. K. Alderman
W M Hulilway
i Kohl Kaklli
I I M. 111!.!'
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NINTH JIUilt IAI. IIIMTHICT.
'''strict Judge liallou gga
''e'rVIAIIorusy J W Mel , II "h
Deputy lllat Att, , ,, , ...,,)
llrtull l oiirl meets Hie Aral Monday In
April and aral Moliilat Iu ilnol,,.,
lolm Ken.to, , w ,,.,,
fetal ar.ii-a uia'H.' .-. II Urouke
OUIil) In I,,
It IliMil hup'-i.i'l, ,.,l,.,l
t'ounty Court in.
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K. II Water.
Hill, on .e HIP
' i piii k I. Ouwalt
A K. Ill hanlaoi.
J. J. I 'tttlegail
I. M Ham I
J W i.eary
John lt..l.i I,-..,.
. r. eylveaier
t' a ei'tvin
p i ii iimi iv earn sdaj n,
-May. Jul). Mepleml,,.' ajajj
PBOPE88IONAL CAR I
You Should Employ This Symbol
Aa WHEN TRAVELING V
Betwaeti OtntMl Oragon mid Port4aod, becaiiHf of 1 1 -
Itflui'iii li ill Ifintl r.'iioiii.i nml Sfllttlf. l.t'OIIIIHf! (if
a. aa ---..-. .. ..
the four Hpli'inlidly equipped trains Nt-fl Klyef, Owl,
I'nget Sound Bxpran and Bhaata Limited 1'' Luxe
Detwoto OtafOB and the I0u.nt, becauae of three solid
traiiw daily in eftofa direction O.-W. Limited and
Portland l Puget Mound Bxpreea to Dbhtw, Omab-,
ObitMegO, Khdhiih City and nil points Kant: and bbe BOO
-Spokane Train De Luxe tst. Paul and Minneapolis.
Iti A Pleasant Duty To Answer Question.
H. BAKOUL, Afft, O. W. R. k N. Redmond, Ore.
MARSDEf. a GRIFFITH
I'hyelclari ami Sargaons
III1MN. (HOC HON
TIUSON HARRISON M. B , M. I.
OSlre Hcromi; floor Tltnea-Henilil ft Id.
Knlrsnce on Main HI reel
J. LU. CBAtY
riirslclnn nml SiirKerni.
IluriiH, - - - Oregon.
Office in new building sonlii ol U . i
harness shop, Mnin HI.
'Phono Main Kf.
k I). BURROW M. I).
Physician and Sergwn
Office at Jorenen ItldK., .vinin
Calls attended Night or Day
I). E. HIBBARD
firat il'Kir t-at photo gallery
WHY NOT MAKE $200. A MONTH - That's
60.00 a Weak, almost .Q.00 a Pay
NllllK Vlclo. flafi ami Bf liroof boirl
to merohanle. doctora, lawrcrs, dnUsU and
Wtll to tlofarmrrr'.all of Whom rmllwtlir i;vt
of a attf--, ttui do rid know how may Itlstoown
one .Mitlrsjinrh tlrolartt our propo-ltloii ona of
tli Isfsjt. ri.-aii cut niont-y making: ooooriniil-
tlaa r r-oclvvd. Without pnvloua r i rl-
duulloatn tl.r siM-t-t'B ololuvra.
Our hatitlaotne) lllustrateHl SUO Ma ratalog
once VOU oah duulloatn tha nicnii t
will Ptiable you to Dreamt the subject to ma
fafor oulj one
lomrri in aa Inlert'-tliiir, manner aa though
you werw piloting th.m through our faotory. Ren UMliM
l . i - .!-. -int Hial rii.-IUniei for aelUliaf J.fr St. arlitllir
airani' ii inenv sas v mw - ...... . ..---- -. , . . . ,
run viiiftng talking points which It Is impossible for a proepeeMvr customer to deny J hy
ii"N i TOU be Hi nrsi 10 apmy irons juur u.iuy i-ium uui -wuv i.-.- a ' ilv w-sewei
salesman out ui eavu juwin-.
i ne tn anniTcr-ary ti ou r
company waa i elabrated by
eracftng the most modern safe
factory in tb world. Wldkt
awaka man ho recelred our
special aalllug Inducement,
rendered ltiiercaaary tothiubla
our output. Wi ar aitenulng
many thuuaainU f dollars en
larging our aalea 4irganlxatlon,
but tolacm all pari'culara. It
will cost you ooly the prloa of
a postal card
HAHrtev i n i.hi 'on :
si listi r llllM. . ii i s-.iiit. aim, wii .iuuoii w, lajn
ry MO .. Hrrlal No. 44
for NK'. Hertliin .'M. Towuahlp AHoufh. Haiiga
i.-'l.' Homestead entry No. 3.-M, Kerlal 1
r.'t,AillBiiieiii Marlillau. has (lied notlre
of Intention to make final five rar Proof, to
establish claim to Ilia land above daecrl bad,
Ircforo Dm H.isiir and Heealwr, al Hums
iin-aou, ..n tin nil Ii lay of January, 141.1
('lalntaut names aa wlteeiaca:
WUher W Warner, Krauk Lucas, Mary K
Thurmau. Koy I hurman, all of llarrlmau, Ori
WS. l-tHHK IC.K1-te r.
W in liui'
IT. hi upen
I 'lllllll lilt I I
Matting ul the t'ouncil
. A. M. HWil
J. f W i ii mil- Jr.
..H I.. Ilalnrs
j A, I Welcome
. It I M. Kin ii. .it
":'jyvtH. .v-, .'"- ' '" '-:' m&l
Our New Ham.
W. C. BROWN,
Office riMiu.s R antl I MssWlih BalldlM
DENMAN & DENMAN,
Phys clans and Surgeons
fall answt-TM.1 promptly nilit or ilsv
Dt- Minnij Hand
Physician and Surgeon
IMrect Telephone fOE-ai Hun
Caasolly 10,000 Salaa Annually.
Atk for Cataic.ua 16 T.
SAFE & LOCK CO.
Mrs. Grace B. McHose
Voice and Piano
Method tis.il In
Ciacioiatti Coastrvalory of Nnic
KasiUence Studio JnU Uoor uet
ri.Mi; iaiii.k no. ii in
JUNK It, IHOn.
West II I
No 1 i'aa a in. No. 2
9:0 Lv Halter Oily
Bt " South liak.-r
0:68 '' Salisbury t
10:04 " IM'kliarlt
IU ii, " Tliompeoiif
10:17 " Stu.lilaril .luri. tit.i.t
furini ri Murv r.
NK'.. SK' NW4Heetittii U Towiisuln ? Houth
Hange :(',. , w illamrit.- Meridian has filed
nutlru of Inlfiitton lo make final flvu yaar
Proof, to Mtablfsb liilin to the laml alovu de
uribad, bafori lbs Bagiatfr ami Kecelvar, at
IIurtiM.oriK"ti. (mi the lath day of January, IU1H
Claimant iiaintsas Witnesses
Mftfll If Merck, Krank l.mo, Frank .Maw
man, ueorga Lunai all of llarrlinaii, Oregon.
Wm Kahki, Itrglsinr.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION"
UaTTTgD HTATtt Land t.rncg,
Mums, Oragon, Dtotgibgr 27, 101.
.Sol Ii 1
KkH, Oregon, assIkh
Is here hvtft veti thai Thomas Htittun, of
ii, r-)ifiii-u 01 r.'iwni w Hiiaiaiua.
A'UpMir. of I'iuih hrols her, has filed In this
office his Hpillt'alloii lo run i under Heellon
-HJ-i , lii'Vlxed eiaiutfitot (he Hulled Mtalei. Ihe
HW'4 8K',. Hue J). 'I , (. H H, 4 K W. M , Orv
KOI!. Hi-fis) NO ttrlrs'l,
Any and all partopl lalnilug ailvarsuly Iba
lands OM-nbaa or doslrlng Ut object hauauaa
of the mtiiural hsructer of thu laud or for
auyollifr reaoon to Ihu disposal to applicant
should Illi- tlnlr alllda. Its of protest In thla
office on or l.efon- the mh dsy of February.
Wm. Kakkk. Hegiater
First publication Jauuai II, lttJH.
I.aat publication February N, hi.
Take Foley Kidney Pills
TONIO IN AOTION QUICK IN flMULTa
Oet rid of your Deadly Kidney
Ailment, that cost you a high price
In endurance of pain, lose of time and
money. Others have cured tuemsalvss -A
KIDNEY AND BLADDER DI-HA-B8
by the prompt and timely uee of FOLEY
KIDNEY PILLS. Stops BACKACHE.
HEADACHE, and ALL the many other
troubles that followDIEA8EDKlDNKY8
and URINARY IRREGULARITIES.
I'OLEY KIDNEY PILLS will CURB any
cssa of KIDNEY sn J BLADDER TROUB
LE not beyond the reach of medicine. No
medicine can do more.
W. A. Goodman Bella Rolled
Uaili-v at He Rolled Wheat at
I.e. Clean MM Hurley, ljc,
Good Wheut lie, ut his burn in
the weat part of town. 6tf.
10 4 "
10 :M "
14 j6 "
Mi I' wi-nl
O I, en in pi
aee p. ru.
Ar ft: 0
: : LONE : -
Orders and Prompt Service
With Reasonable Kates
Give Me A Call I
e OiPtvaelle Tlsaea-aserala B-liaina
DRINKWATER & SLOCUM
C A. RIViSOLD
Allnr 1.. .1 I .., w
suua & uczti
ATTORNEYS AT !
Kooiii (I and 7 M.in.ni. ilnildtii
faun loan akty ma. la at i. .....i.al.l, rataa
J OHOKOli HOON Pi op.
;Meal At All Hours.
WRITE TOR 5PEOAL CATALOG AND PRICES
. THE A.H.AVERILLMACHINERVCO.
5 POKANE, VVA5M.-PORTLAND. ORt. - 5AN JOSE CAL
CHARLES VY. ELLIS
Burns, - . Oregon
Practices in tlie Stat,, c'o.irts aod !
lore the I,'. H. l.an.l (illi,-,-.
'hiw. II. Ixfiittx.l.
Careful atUtntion given to Collec
tion and Real Kstate matters.
Fire liiHiiriu. it
WhitneyJ - -00
TIITONt " 2:40
Aostln " 8:10
Htop on siiiiilii only JNo agent.
Tickets issued only (or stations whore
triilns are scheduled to make regulsr
stops. 1'aesengnrs must purobase tick
ts where agents iat before eoleriog
trains or 2A rents In ddltiou to the re
gular fare will be charged.
JOHKI'il A. VVKHT, Hupt.
(iKANTOKDDKH. Asst. Hoot.
S. J. MIIIWIN II k, I'rop.
NARROWS, - OMI-OON
Thla will be found a desirable
and hospitable atopplng place
where comfort and courteous
treatment are considered first
Conducted In connection
Tho Or.oii. sJ
Iforiilaautl Nuvaila I
i.it- .-iiifi i f itii t
tloa Aaauclatluu u(
which Ihe lindt r
slktus-J la maniUr.
Will Vivo l,UQ0 00
award for vl
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. in in r i'iiiiik( iu
4. i' (ba amis, aiidouit
; Tlotlou of any par
ly or pari las ataal
lug Ouraas. tatil
or NIllU'S I't'lulIM ll.
n an j ui na nit-Mi
In atldltiun iu iitu abuva, tha ui.lt-rslgui-.
oitcis tba sami) i-omili lou 60 .00 for all hnrsos
brandaO bursa abud bar ou bulb o althor Jaw.
Miami rucoKlml In night rouniUa Hauga
Harney, l-aWn and 0Mt ruiiutlaa, florae
v.-litt-il whi-n sold.
Nena bill grown hois, s Mold and only Iu
W W.HMOWN HU-. ,ra-u.
General Itepair Shop Rear W.
O. White's Shop, S. Main Street
Plumbing, Pump and Wind
Mill Work a Specially.
BURNS MILLING CO.
HORTON 6l SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic. Flooring, Moulding.
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Oood Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
A. W. COWAN
State Courts ami United States
I And Office Practice
Three doors South of the
Harney County National Bank
M. V. Imn.it
issa, a. am. ioc. c. s
It. Ii liairss
aaao a. AM.alH'. c. S
CCX)PER & DODGE
Civil and Hydraulic Engineers
Irrigation, Water Supply
Sewerage, Water Power.
Survey, Maps, Kstimates, Supervision
CVo To Tile
I, t'. Unt.AKti
Porroorlr Asst. Bueliiesr
In r I Itovlamatloii s.r
A. O. Kaduxmim
Formerly Chief Kr
(Ineer ul BolM
Young mule for sale Inquire
at this office.
Tia, Copper, Sheet Iron Work of all
Camp Stove, Tanks, Jobbiaic, Plumb
ing lo order, dire Me a Trial.
O. W. SCHUMANN
I'roorletor. Voegllv' Old Ktantl.
NEW RIQS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor, ca.ls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
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I Cottage Inn
e iiimnjimii DiiIkM a
S AH TOY, I' hi r
Blue prints of any Township
and rankc in Harney county
correct tiov.a to date address,
Burns Blue Print Co.,
8tf Bums, Ore.
Open For Business. Regular!
Meals ut all hours. Open
until 10:30 every night
CALL AND SEE ME NOW
liverythlriK Neat and New
Mrs. w m. Cummins, IVop.
Best of cure for
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Cll'ltll llllil ,..,, r..l..l I aa
oontagious cases taken.
Eastern Oregon tog ineerios
CIVIL AND IRRIGATION ENGINEER
JEAN BART BALCOWB
0a.ll ami. a. ,-. UKM A A ,
ASll. M. AH. I. I . a.
Ditches, Reservoirs, Final Proof
Work, Hydro-Electric Power
U. S. Dep. Mineral Work
Coart Work A Specialty -
Kn.iiKtil In lioth I'm. iu, And
-OvT Stri'stn tiu.itin
ALBfcRSON - - ORBOON
Slock lispector, llarnev Coaal).
I loim, Address - BotM. Ore
J " '
Jeweler. Optleiuit anu
Fine Watch Repairing A Spe