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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1913)
LAH8T DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES
(Prom Our Portland I'orrtaponilrnt)
Further expression to the sen
timent in favor of "earth educa
tion" that is so strong through
out Oregon today, will be given
February 12, which has boon
made children's day in the Coun
try Life movement. At that
time schools of the stnte are ex
pected to pay special attention to
the subject of the development
of Oregon's soil, the improve
ment of our farms and the bet
terment of country life generally.
Special programs will he ar
ranged in the various schools, nnd
in many towns nnd villiages pa
rades will be held by school child
ren. The slogan decided on for
the occasion will be: "Better
Farms Will Build the State."
The idea to be worked out
everywhere is that the movement
to make better farms and to im
prove the farm homes of Oregon
is a step that makes for the pros
perity of all the people. Life on
the farm, if mode more profitable
will become more attractive ami
happier homes mean more con
tented people and an increasing
It is desired that Senate Hill 72,
a measure before the legislature
to provide for extension work by
the Oregon Agricultural College.
be discussed by the pupils of the
schools on February 12 and tea
chers and school boards are urg
ed to make the necessary prepara
tions. A copy of this bill will be
sent them in time for this event.
This measure plans to extend
the benefits of the Oregon Agri
cultural College to every county
in Oregon Co-operative demon
stration farms will be one of the
chief means used. Each county
or district of the state will be
supplied with these institutions
and the experts from the . A.
C. in charge will go into partner
ship with the farmers in solving
soil problems and in exploiting
agriculture to the limit of its pos
Senate Bill 72 asks that the
state this year appropriates a suf
ficient amount to start this work
on a satisfactory basis, the coun
ties to share in the benefits also
being expected to set aside funds
to carry the project along. The
Federal Government, too, will be
drawn upon for money, it having
made provisions for extention
work of the various states.
It is only by such an arrange
ment that the government funds
can be obtained to further dem
onstration farm work in this
state. To get what it is entitled
to in this direction, the state
must show its interest by taking
this movement up in earnest and
all those who favor the develop
ment of Oregon's agricultural
possibilities, its biggest asset,
are behind the proposed mea
sure. At a recent meeting held in
Portland, the Central Oregon
Development League, which
drafted the bill, the Oregon
Development League, the State
Bankers' Association, the Super
intendent of Public Instruction,
the Oregon Agricultural College,
the livestock interests, the rail
roads and the business men of
Portland were all represented
and agreed that the need of the
hour is agriculture extension
work that shall reach to every
part of the state. All present
pledged their support to the bill
now before the legislature ami
pointed to the wide spread bene
fits that will follow its passage
GOOD PROSPECTS FOR HARNEY COUNTY
('(iK'luilcd From First Page)
some time in the not distant fu
ture. The Hill people have never
been much on the spectacular
and it has been noticed that when
they decide to move they do it
with dispatch. Should this rail
road system come as early as
predicted and the Sumpter Valley
from the north Harney county
would have transportation from
all convenient points and would
develop so rapidly that it would
astonish the entire west.
John T. Whistler, the engineer,
who was with the Government
and had charge of the work at
the time the U. S. Reclamation
service was investigating the
H)ssibilities of the Silvies Valley
irrigation project, came in with
the party and is at the Hanley
ranch. He has been assisting in
the. immense work being carried
on by the Hanley interests in the
Blitatn Valley reclamation pro
ject and is here to consult with
those actively engaged in the
work. During a short call at this
office the other day Mr. Whistler
stated he did not know just how
long he would remain here.
To Make a Home
of Well Kept House
Scarcity of Good Cattle
With ordinary cows selling on
the Portland market for $7.2f and
steels bringing $8, local cattlemen
are beginning to wonder what
the immediate future of the cattle
business holds. There is a scar
city of stock cattle in this section
and there have been no shipments
from here for some time. Neither
are there any good Utah or Mon
tana cattle available for through
shipment, according to local buy
ers, who are hard pressed at
times for their own needs, except
in cases where they have prepar
A number of cattlemen are re
presented by a well know stock
raiser, who will be in the south
for some time investigations
conditions there. The range
cattle shipped in has not been of
the quality demanded and feed
ing stock has been brought in
from the outside in such small
"A woman hopes and desires
to be a home maker. She is also
oxpeted to be a housekeeper. She
cannot he a successful home mak
er without being a reasonable
success as a housekeeper, but un
fortunately she can be a very
successful housekeeper and fail
completely as a home maker."
Thus Mrs. H. W. Calvin, dean
of home economics at the Oregon
Agricultral College, stated a ser
ious problem of American life in
a recent lecture.
"If her time is consumed in the
routine of housekeeping, she has
little strength or courage to put
into that high occupation of con
verting the house into a home,"
continued Mrs. Calvin.
"The woman who has bent
over the wash tub or ironing
board all day is not apt to be
a cheerful companion to her hus
band at supper time, or a willing
assistant to her children in the
preparation of their lessons in
the evening. If she has spent
the day in sweeping, scrubbing
and dusting, her smile will proba
bly not be genial or her voice gen
tle when the small boy forgets to
wipe bis shoes or take off his rub
bers. If, throughout the hot
summer day, she has baked bread
or cooked over a hot stove, it is
not probable that she will desire
to spend a social evening with
friends at some distance from
"Since she cannot substitute
other manual labor for hej own
(it is impossible to hire house
hold workers), she must avail
herself, as her husband has of
the best up-to-date machinery
and the latest scientific know
ledge. Many housewives of to
day started the hpme in the days
when there was little money and
extremely rigid economy was ab
solutely necessary. So fixed have
their habits of economy be
come that now, when there is a
greater income, these same
woman hesitate to spend any of
it in lessening their own burdens
have forgotten that good tools
greatly lessens the labor of the
"With all the elecrical power
that is possible here in Oregon
there is little reason why electric
washing machines, electric fiat
irons and electric light should
not be in every home where there
is modern machinery in the barn.
An abundant supply of pure run
ning water, too. They need good
tools as well as the men.
Summer Pasture Seems
Now To Be Solved
A Mr. Chance who with Mr.
Kimball recently bought the Lone
Pine ranch in Crook County,
gives the following advice about
providing summer pasture for
stock. His theory sounds thor
oughly feasible and would doubt
less work out ndvnntngeously if
"I want to keep stock," said
Mr. Chance, and I cannot do it
without pasture, That is what
is the matter with so many farms
in the country. They have no
pasture for stock.
"Now, I am going to make a
pasture that will keep 1400 head
of stock on the now place. This
I can do by sowing two hundred
acres to rye.
"No, I'll not clenn it up at all,
but just sow the seed broadcast,
over the rough land, sagebrush
and all. Then 1 will go over the
ground with a light cultivator
and the thing is done. Its no
guess work, either, with me. I
have tried it for years and I know
just what I'm talking about.
That's how they come to have
wild oats in California. At first
it was a joke but just see what
it has done for that state. They
could not get along without it.
Rye, such as I have just describ
ed, will work wonders in this
country. And furthermore, it
will only be necessary to reseed
the land once in four years.
Old age as it comes in the or
derly process of nature is a beau
tiful and majestic thing. It
stands for experience, know
ledge, wisdom, counsel. That is
old age as it should be, but old
age as it often is means poor di
gestion, torpid bowels, a sluggish
liver and a general feeling of ill
health, despondency and misery.
This in almost every instance is
wholly unnecessary. One of
Chamberlain's Tablets taken im
mediately after supper will im
prove the digestion, tone up the
liver and regulate the bowels.
That feeling of despondency will
give way to one of hope and good
cheer. For sale by all dealers.
I', id. ...it fur Liquor I icenae
'i- the mulct nik'K''I loul viilcm of
1 1 m i iuifiii PfCCiACt, llaint'v "'inly,
State ni Oregon, respectfully pstttetM tin
Honorable Conntj Court uf Karat)
Couotji Oregon, t .mi Usmm to
Pries Cochran to kII Bpirltow, Mult
nod Vinous liiinn in tent cfttoatlclcf
ii.tn iir gallon In llarrisnaa pmc'nci
ii.ii 1 1 c v County, State of Oregon, an n
pariodofsti months, aain duty bound
arc ill svei pi .iv
n .1 Im. Qsn B. Parker, C. I.. I.rr,
II Penman, I;. rlebnt, II. t . Aii.rrt
tou, I. Aii.ni i. iii, ' II. Fredrick, T
II. Miller, - Bergeron! BmroaC Mbby,
I v Carpenter, .1 I.. Kellogg, 1' K
Betas, A Brock, T R. Claik, I. B, Clark
T. M. KItcbet, .1. It Dougherty, A. S
Qrabam, Jerry Dillon Jr, w. n Thin
met, hi-. Banning, I . I. VaaHora, K
A. limit, a lYtciHrn, Peter t'rfcr.
Nut ni- ii hereby given that on W.-il-aeaday
the "tii day oi Math una the
undersigoed willapply to tin- llonorn
blc County Cniiiit ni Barney Counts
Stata .it Oregon, for the Irritant men
liotted in thr above petition,
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that tlic ninler
signed execntoi of the last will and
bsstsunsnt and estate oft Ircen 1 1 udHijcfitL
dscajassd, has filed with the County
Court of tin- Btateof Oregon, forHafa
County, In- duly rerified final Beeoant,
as liy last required, and that thr mill
(utility roil it has appointed the loth.
day of February 1013, at the hoar of io
o'clock A. M. of said day, at thee urt
lion-r of -:ii'l county, in lliirna, OregOO,
.is the time ami place for the liciiritii? of
objections to -.ml final account and ths
settlement thereof; Any ami all persona
having object thereto must file the
Sams with the clerk of sanl court mi or
heforc I he- s.o.l .lav of henrinx.
ROBERT N. Ill 'DSI'KATII,
Rsccutor of the lasl will ami train
uient ami estate ..I Qretfl Mini-,
Boras, Oregon, January B, una.
NOTICE OF CONTKST.
I i . i i. srA i BJ l. si, ncrieR
Burns, Oregon, January IS, ISia t
tin... I. ..I in. known saarUB1, foil
Iii the Circuit Court ot the Nintr il
Oregon for limner County,
I 'I.i Millar, plamlill
C.J. Millar, ilrfemlant.
To C. J. Millnr, the nbove uaiued de
lemlant: III the name of the State
of Oregon, you air hereby required
to apisiii ami answer the complaint
tiled nKniiiHl you In the above entitled
nit on or liefnrr the Inst day of the time
pi esc i il.nl in the older of publication of
this auiiiiiuiiia, to wit: on or U-loir the
Nth day of l-'ehriiary IBIS, snid dnte
Wing the eipirutiod of nil weeks from
the lint publication of this summons,
and if you fail an to nppaiir and answer,
lor want thereof, plaintiff will apply to
the court for the i.l.-l demanded in tW
complaint, to wit: Kor a decree die-
sol vin: the bonds of matrimony dialing
WtYvecn plaintiil and dofendant, and
for coats and dialiurm tnenta of suit.
I'his summons is published !v order
of li. iii i .. mil I I... mps. .a. Judge ol the
County Court of Hnrney County, Ore
gon.iuiidr ami I'titcied on the 8th day of
Innunry ISIS, and the dnts of the Its!
publication ot thin ainniiious is Januui v
II, I )13
0. A. KRMIIOI.lr,
'. II Attorney of plaintiil.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice it hciehy given that t lie under
signed rtdminietrntor of the estate
of .lulin lliidapenth, decreased
lias fllrd with the County Court of the
State of Orsgon, for Harney County,
hia duly verified Dual account, as by law
required, and that the said county court
has appointed thr 16th day of February
1(113, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of
Bail! day, nt the court houae of aaid
county, in llurna, Oregon, as the time
and place foi the hearing of objections
to aaid final account and the eltlement
thereof, Any ami ull peraons having
objretiont thereto must file the asine
with the clerk of auid court on or Wforr
the aniil duv of Waring.
roiikkt N. iiinsri: I II.
Adiniuiatrato! of tW estate ol
.iuha lluilaHath, deceased,
llurna, Oregon ,luiiiuii tlth, MIS.
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice la hereby given that. the under
signed iiflmiiiiatrator ol the Katatr ol
d.i I. Miller, deceased, has lilril hi
final account ol Ins ndtniniatrution of
annl ealnte with the clerk of the t ..mil v
Court ot the Stiiteol Oregon, for Hnrney
Count v, and that said court has made
an older appointing Saturday, the 15th
lay of February, l'.u.'i, at thr bout ol
ten o'clock A M, ol said tiny, at the
Court room in the ( ounlv Court I lunar
in Hurna, llarnev t 'oituty, Oregon, an
the lime and place for the Waring of ol
leetions to said linnl account and tW
All pcraoiia intrrratrd in auid ralutr
and having objectiona to auid uuul ac
count or any purt or item tlierrof are
hereby not ilird topreaent aaid ohfcctiona
and til. the same with t lie clerk of auid
court on or lielorr aaid time,
Dated tins nth day of January, ItHJ
OHARLaM T. MIM.liN,
S COOK, Admlniatrator
Tnnawnnis Bldg., Burnt
M. A, BIGGS
Attorney at Law
Voegtly llldg., Hums, Orsgon
IIAMNKV l.llllilK, Nil. 77, I. It O T.
Mi-eia every Hlurday In 041 Kullnw Hall
at 7:1.0 pm. T. H Humane.
W. W ii.iiiM. Heoreur) N. (J.
Hf re. worlt aa fuihmi i-irai Natiinlay Ini
tiatory, aeoonil Hetnrila, Klral lli'grea; ttllnl
Matur.lay, Neeoml beanie' fourth Saturday,
BURNS l.tlDUK NO. 17, A . S at.,
Meats every flrel anil third rietunlay In each
month. I . . ilaull, w M
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lireta every aeeond and foiirtn Kriday avert
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Near apullcetila will receive . ..,.. .. mm ireat
nieiiV a alaxa, V e
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t.i iiier, ihaatS, il.H-tura, lawyr-ra, deiillala and
well to -l". fan... r-.all of Vlmltl reallxe tllr In (I
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one. Salramaii .leelara our proposition one of
the beat, clean cut money luaatUK opportunl
llea ever rweelve.l. Hl,.,.,t prt-vloua eats-rl-i-nee
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Will enahle yoo to prrarut the aubjeel lorua-
lomera in aa inu-'reiiine; a niann, r as iii..uii
y..u were iiilotiiiK llieaa through our faelory. Mm appointed aa
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ftsiui n rt-eive nivirr svtiti iii-imii 'iia w ..,.. .. -, m. . ...n .
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erartlng the moat modern afe
fatt.iry in th worm Wlda
awake men who received our
special aellttiK lnduotiH-iit,
rendered itnei'-eaary loihiubla
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Ollirii first (rK,r 4-ia-1 photo Kails
W. C. BROWN,
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DEflMflN & DENMflN.
Physicians and Surgeons
Cslla umweri-.l pewnptlv nil.t or day
n a van favor oalr on i
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
1 M I r ! - J M r I.ANU (irflt'l, I
Hums Oregon, Darauibar 4, IVl.i
Not I it- lu-relt. Ktvcntiiat Mack II Mark, Of
uf Harrlman, nrrsnti who, on January V, 1WM,
,b'lt' Momraitad entry No. SUM, Merlal No.(U446
(or NK4 n.iii .' . I.iwhship .'.'. -iiutli. Itau'.t-
-i Kii. illaniritf Mtrldlau.baa fllad nollca
i.f liilcDtldM to make final five year 1'roof, to
pataMleli claim to the land above described.
bvfOft the Kesjiatcr and Receiver, at Burns.
i irrguii, m tli' l ill day of January, 1011
Claimant imim as v.liii"ae.
Wllbrr W Warner, Krauk I.ui-ae. Mary K
l hniiiis.ii Koy riitiruiaii, all of ilairluian, Ore
Wit r.m. Kelslrr.
niiui Mi,-, i,
Meetings uf Hit i
H S i i. . elitjter
. A. M. II, rd
J.t Welcome Jr.
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but to learn all ttariieiilare. It
HI eot-t you only the price ol
Our Hew Horn. Capaolty tO.OOO Safaa Annually.
our output. Wi am an-Mxiing
many thousands of dollars en-
Urging our Hale irraniallon.
a rt.au 1 card.
SAFE & LOOK CO.
Dr- Minnie Hand
Physician and Surgeon
Direct .' elephnnc- Connection
C. A. REMBOLD
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JUNK 14, 1U0H.
quanUty that it would have no TA PftUv KirlnPV Pill
appreciable effect on the present iaKC r0WJ Wey rilU
condition, even were it available
to market now. Baker Demo
If you have anything to auction
tee C. P. Lloyd at Allen Jones'
place. He can be reached by
phone. Auctions held on Satur
day when anything is on hand
TONIO IN AOTION - QUICK IN MtUlTt
Oet rid of your Deadly Kidney
Aliment, that coat you high pile
i.i endurance of pain. Iom of tiro and
money. Others have cured themselves ol
KIDNEY AND BLADDER DIBEASKS
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You era lien bj uotlfled tiini (iiaricN p. k,
shii kiwi Burnt, orrnon, hi tils Hnt iiltlru ad
dri-ka. llil nn Jitiiuary h. iVI.t, flit- hi l It Im
office Ids ilu i v ( iirruUirsNl aipli atn to DM
lasl id 'I a-i tiic Hi.- i itin . llniion ol your lluine
lead, Kni i y aerial Ha oiee, ma.it' Mafed
alUOv, for tba NWU, ol seeUon 11 Town
till,, ;.. lou to Hanie r, Kaat, Wlllaiin-tte Merl
illau, nut1 um irounosfor Ins ooutail lie allesas
thai ihIiI I (nils I' llrown dai whully alialliluu-elMi!-l
lan) of BOrS than six, inotillis lait
past, ii.it hut in vit astusd rssided upon or
vou an i tfasfetort furta. i sotlAed tiiat tin
all ailesuiioiis will bs taken bf tale oBee ss
bavlttK In tn i on d n-oil by ou, ami your eutr)
Mill bs I am !! 1 IbsrsODdef wliiiuut your fur
tln-1 rluht (o I., hi nn) ihricin, i iiIm-i i.f. ,tt
thin odTi - or on i.(...-.ti. if yon fal in file In tbls
ottos within twenty iUu aitt-r ihs koukth
liubllrailoti ol HiIn noili-u, as shown IhsIuw,
your answer sudsr oatb, ipseioeaUy ineetlns
ami responding to i tn .. sihivai i his of t onlssi
or ii ..ii full u nil in that tinx to nir In till
i tfi . doe proof tlmt you have served a copy of
vour iina.M' .ni in mm i unifhiniit ill lit-r tti
piTs-.t. or hy i. ii. i.-l mall. If thU siTvlca Is
luetic by tin -I'll ft of t opv of your answer
to i lie coiiirs'aut in periou, priKif of sic li aar
rlrsmustbaslinartbs said oontestante written
acsuowliilRtiicut of hli receipt of tlia ropy,
show I iik' the .Inti' ol ltn ret elpt, oi the affidavit
of the periun ti) w hoin I lie ifnllvery was in a I
stat l iik rban unl wbsrs tbaji spy was deliver
cd , if mads lj sglsterssl mail, proof of mcb
service must consist of the nni'la. It ol the per
sou I wbotn lbs cop) uas mailed, ami this
a lit dn. It m not l nt i um pa tiled hy tin pont-
m aster 'i rtceldl lot tin leiier.
Vou thoDld Itsb in your aOSWet I he name of
the pout office to s hit ti mi dSSlfS fn ure
not h ei to h mi ut to yoUi
Wit. KAHhk, KckIt.
hati of first puhlh uthui January 1H, 1.1:1.
lot', of second iiuhlleatlon January 16, IBU
liac of third pulilhatlon ! hrusrv 1, ItflH.
Dale of fount, publlostlon February , l''i:i.
NOTICK POR IMMil.ICATION
'iNbiirebyaivi n Ihnl Mnr I" Ihuriuau,
I in ai, of llarrluian, Oregon.
WM, mu'le II stead Kulry
by ths prompt and timely use of FOLEY
HEADACHE, and ALL the many other
KIDNEY PlaXS. Stops BACKACHE,
troubles that folowDI8EA8KDKIDNEYai
and URINARY IRRBOULARITIE8.
FOLBY KIDNEY PILLS wUl CURE any
esse of KIDNEY and BLADDBRTROUH.
LE not beyond the reach of medicine. No
medicine can do note.
I'MTKll ' TATKS l. M. Hi Mi
Hums, Oregon, Dee ruber t
formerly atari I
who on Man u
No ao'sfr Herlal Nn. nr.t, forjW'.. hi:i., hW,
NK'i, HK'. SI'4(rterllon H Towusulp & Houtb
BanfSSS.K , Willaim He Meildlsu. lias filed
notice of Intsntlon to tasks, final five year
i nun, n 'Mtitiiii -u ciuiiii io i in ism airovu le
scribed, hefoie lliu Keulttitr Slid Hncrlver, at
flurui.fri'Koii, on (he llltb day of January, Hi lit
rietuiniit UStnaf SI wllueiiei
Mack If Merck, hsn. l.u hh, Frank New
man, USOrffl Uui'M nil 'l Him iimaii, Oregon.
Wat I-4UHS, Register.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
llNI'IKIi W.lr-.-. I 4NI. OfflUa, I
lliiriu, oraKUii, lii'ii-ini.ur ST, ivij
N.itli I' la In n I.i Klvi-lt lliiil I huliial II iillun. r
Hull, I HlS ill, A. aJKi.i .- "I l.hllll VV h.allllli,,
AaalKHi'i' "I Uiula 1-ii.la' har, liat Iliad 111 llil.
. II. an,. i III enl,T llli.li-r Hui-llnii
Hlalllli.i.l Ilu- I'lllli-il Hlal.-a. Ilia
mci at. t, ..,. ri ii .'i . w m.. ii,.
No I I'aaa
10 07 "
10 Ti "
10 l "
le A "
1 10 Ar
in. No. 2 I'aaa p. id.
BskSf Oily Ar 6: 0
-until llak.-r I.T 6:26
Sallal.ui) I ' 6:00
"Tliouipaont " 4 :6S
SUxlilsnl Janctiont " 4 :46
"Water Tank) " 4:40
Dean's Hourl " 4: S
M.-1-w..iil " 4:6
Sinister " 4:06
JUNtvriONt " :60
Hummltt " :0
UliOKOli I'OON l. op.
Mt-alB At All Hours
Orders and Prompt Service
With Reasonable Itetes
(Jive Me A Call
Oaaeelle Ttaaea-H.ralS Hauaiaa a
WRITE TOR SPECIAL CATALOG AND PRICES
5 POKANE, WASH.-PORTLAND. ORE. - -'AN JOSE CAL.
milfM i ciezei
ITTOBNEYS AT i AW
ItiKiuiN i; hiuI 7 Uasooic Bolldloi
tarm laaoi ,ui, sly iiia.lt i raaaaasUt r.u-
CHARbES W. ELLIS
Hums, - . Oregon
I'rarlic.-M in lbs St.it.- i'.,urt and 1m..
lure the I' S Mt tlfllce.
'linn. I I. bionnrd,
l.'areful attintion given to Collec-
lions nnd Real Kstate imittere.
A. W. GOWAN
Stats Courts ami United States
lmil Office Practice
Three doors South of the
Harney County National Rank
t. n Qoasaa
U. AM. MM
"". AM. MM
COOPER & DODGE
Civil and Hydraulic Engineers
Irrigation. Water Supply
Sewerage, Water Power.
Survey, Ma,.-, Kstimates, SiparvisitM
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Ul.iln,-,! " 00
TIITONt " 2:40
Austin " 2:10
Htop on aiiftial only. JNo SKsut.
Tn-ki-ta imbui-iI only lor stations where
iiuiiiM are HchiHluletl to make regular
mhim. I'uaaennera must purohsac tirk
ets where ukuiiIh flat Iwl.ire eiiteriii);
trains or 26 cents In Jditioo to the r
Ktilar fun- will bo clismsd.
JOHKI'll A. WK8T, Hunt.
i.liANTOKDIiKH. Aaat. Hai.t.
S. J. MIDWINTliK, I'rop.
NAKKOWS. - OkMHON
llili. will be found a desirable
and hospitable atopplng place
where comfort and courteous
treatment are considered first
Conducted In connection
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f, O. I'll l-AHI.
. t'linin'rly ASSI, Kntlm-i-r
i III I'. li,-. lainalloii s,-r
A. t). FaCLIXaa
I in in.rli rhlfi n
aiii.vr ,il Boun I
BURNS MILLING CO.
HORTON dr. 8AYER. Pronrr.
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Eas'ern0rregonl,il,eefi's
. . ' Company
nusuc, riooring, mouiaing,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Oood Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
CIVIL AND IRKitiATION !.MiiNt.:
JEAN BART BA1.COM B
Ml l . A
..III. . hi. nr.ll. al
Kim. H,-1 lal Nu UM,
Anyanil ull .. laona . I.iinlh a.lvvi.ul) Ilia
lamia iii-.. ill.i-.l i.i .li-niriii. In olijui-t lienaua.
uf the mineral rtiararli.r u( lln- laiul or fur
any olli.r reanun In Ilu illapu.al In a.llialll
alii, illil III.- Ili.-lr altlilailla ..I iiriilunt In Dili
i.lllrr nn ... I..I..U- il.r hiIi iia uf Feliruarr
Wa. K.asa, lleilaltr
Klral i.ul.llralliiii Jaliuar) II, IUl:i.
I.al nu l.ll.al li. I .I.i u.i , a, ItllX
1 k I In. nr.-aon. I a I
' ' J lliirnlaalnl N.-va.la
tj i V Jl l.lterlluck I'roU.i
I'?La i ' 7 lloa Aaaoelallon uf
(!ll fff A h "h'a,' " ""oar
iffliP'VV slsasUla luamlwr.
Ill A Will (Ive 11,000 (10
inwaril tor i.vl
ili.nri, laauluw to
um arrtial ami cun.
rtotlun uf any par
Ina ni.raea. calll,
or iniilea li.-luii.l nN
-u auy ui lie lilain
In a.l.lliiun mtliu abuva, ilia Baderalf tied
uBi-r. the uuia r.ui.iii iti IraW.oo tut all liurnua
l.rainlu.l burie aliml baron nnlli or either Jaw.
Miami nii.iiil.al 111 elallt CUUBtlea Itanga
llarnay, I ako and I'riaik cuUBtlea. Iluraet
vunlail wtinu aui. I
N.im- tml grown Suraai ,uj m(u ,,(,. tu
.ran I. nn. li.,
W W.UHOWS rile. Or. (too
Vounu; mule for sale inquire
at this office.
H. N. McCOMB
General Ilepair Shop Kear W.
O. White's Shop, S. Main Street
Plumbing, Pump and Wind
Mill Work a Specialty.
Tis, Upper, Sheet Iros Work of sll
Camp Stoves, Ijp.s, Jobbisjr, Hlumb
isp; is order, dive Me s Trisl.
C. W. SCHUMANN
Proprietor. Voetfly's Old Stand.
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
Ditches. Reservoirs, Final Prooi'
Work, Hydi-0-KltHtric- Power
II. S. Dep. Minora! Work
Court Work A Specialty
Begaatd i 'Mil Prirsta Ami
tioviinuit'iit Strrain (inifiiiK
AlBhRSON - - ORRUON
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
k. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor,
Blue printH of any Township
and ranirv in Harney county
correct down to date address,
Burns Blue Print Co.,
8tf Burus, Ore.
! Cottage Inn
DINNING ROOM .;.
a M TOY, Proprietor : a
a a a
() ifii For BtisiiifsM. Kt'KiilarS i a
Meals at all hours. Open Well
Mrs. Wni. CuiiiiiiIii.s, I'rop
until 10:30 every nijiht
CALL AND SEE ME NOW ; , ;
l:verythlnK Neat and New
Best of cuiv for patient
clean and oomfortsble. No
contagions cases taken.
Stock Inspector, Hsruev Csssty.
Fine Watch Repairing A