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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1915)
Made In Burns
25 New Patterns Received
$8 to $10.50
Leave your measure
today Get your pants
Merchant Tailors and Loading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Barns, Oregon
51 he Wxmti-Small
later look .tea with the pupils
nnd Miss Wilson. Some very
tasty sowing, embroidery, lace,
Mmm etc., f were on display and much
admired. The equipment of
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1915
these departments was also a
source of interset to the visitors.
r raises Our Public Schools.
The a'xtb (rrade of the public
school of this city had charge of
the regular Monday morning
program Inst Monday and a large
number of visitors were present
t witness it Many of these
visitors stayed for a period of
tin; morning recitations and ob
I rved i lie excellence of the
J. F. Mahon and wife were
among those to attend and Mr.
Mahon is profuse in his praise of
, the school. He had not visited
the school here before but he had
looked into the schools of Stock-
"Parents Day" at
the Public School.
"Parents Day" at the public
school yesterday afternoon prov
ed a most attractive arid Inter
esting affair. There were he
tween 250 and 300 parents and
friends of the school visited the
building during the da and in
spected the work of the pupils.
It was "open house" all day
with recitation and study periods
omitted and the little ones were
on inspection. They did th en- ton, California where his adopt
tertaining, the teachers merely ed son. Harvey Marks, attended
welcoming the guests and asked I before. Mr. Mahon said Burns
that they make themselves at has a Letter public school than
home, inspect the note hook work! the big city in California and
of the pupils and what was dis-1 that he would wager it would
played upon the boards and draw- compare favorably with any other
ings on the walls. public school of the entire west.
It was indeed a proud day for The Times-Herald is glad to
the citizens of Burns and one note these compliments as Burns
that brought them more closely j has. always maintained it had
in touch with the execellent work schools eiual or superior to any
of the teachers. Kach room was j and it is for that reason so many
open and during the hour spent come here for school purposes.
by the writer in the buildiriK the
A most instructive and enjoy
able program was rendered by
Group Five of the Library Club
at the home of Mrs. Farre last
The first number was a violin
solo by Knthrine Fnrre, the little
lady rendering the selection from
memory nnd received just praise.
Mrs. Fane followed with a vocal
selection, "Oh, Keep My Darling
True," the words and music by
Woodbridge Geary displayed a
remarkable familiarity with his
subject in a talk describing some
of the song birds of this country.
This was followed by a very able
pnper by Mrs. Foley on Arber
nnd Bird Day, in which she made
a strong pies for active and mor
al support of patrons to co-operate
with the public school of this
city in proper observance of this
Mrs. Farre sang "Little Pink
Rose" which was followed by a
paper on "School Forestry and
School Play Ground Work" that
showed careful preparation.
Mrs. Benson closed the pro
gram with a well rendered piano
The annual business meeting
of the Club will be held at the
home of the secretary, Mrs. Julian
Byrd, on March (5.
Obil Shattuck Appointed
The County Farm Agent
Supt. L. K. Breilhaupt of the
Experiment Station, who has al
so been doing the duties of the
County Farm Agent under the
extension field work of the agri
cultural college in co-operation
with the state, has resigned the
latter position and will devote his
entire time to the Station.
Mr. Breithaupt asked to be re
leased from the position in order
that he might more closely look
after the station work. The ter
ritory is so large that the county
agent should put his whole time
to field work and therefore it is
Obil Shattuck, who has been
assistant to Mr. Breithaupt, has
been appointed county agent, en
tering upon his duties at once,
nnd he will make his headquar
ter:, in Burns. Mr. Shattuck is
an O. A. Oi graduate and a very
capable young man.
"Th. Trey OHeart."
Fully five hundred people Wit
nessed the opening installment
of "The Trey O'Hearts" at Ton
awama last night and heard Mrs.
Louol Smith-Reed sing and little
Kathleen Jordan play the violin.
Both these populnr young artists
acquitted themselves with great
credit and their excellent work
was much appreciated. They
will be heard again nt regular
intervals at Tonawnma.
"The Trey O'llenrU" proved
a most thrilling picTuro nnd
promises to hold interest through
out the series which will continue
until the close of school. The
opening- installment was one of
the finest productions ever wit
nessed in this city, the scenery
and settings being particularly
fine. The lust reel thrown or.
last night brought groat admira
tion and favorable comment from
the large crowd the thrilling
rescue of Judith Trine by Allan
Iaw just before her boat went
over the falls, tin; great forest
fire scene and the wild animals
were truly grand.
This story is full of action
throughout and there are many
other thrilling scenes before its
Tonawnma has been unfortu
nate during the past week in
not receiving its regular ship
ment of reels. Those t hat should
have been here last Sunday are
not here yet and the shipment of
this week has not been received.
There seems to be discrimina
tion in bringing express, as bills
for the service come regularly.
fiaVid Wllilah,. il lit lh city
With present Weather prevail
ing the streets will soon by dry
and nice for motoring.
The city election will be held
next Tuesday when a mayor,
two councilmen. recorder, treas
urer and marshal are to be elect
ed. Very little interest is being
shown in the election. There are
three candidates announced for
marshal, Mr. Haines, the present
incumbent who has held the
place for several years. Byron
Torrill, formerly deputy under
Sheriff Richardson, and P. M.
Cheney. The present recorder.
Rov VanWinkle, and Henry Dal-
ton, now treasurer, will likely be
re-elected as there has been no
announcement of any opposition.
seventh and eighth grades were
absent on a tour of the other
grades, the lower grades having
made their visits to the other
rooms earlier in the day so as to
be ready to greet their friends
in the afternoon.
The Times-Herald has always
been proud of our schools but the
manager now has added pride ,'
since his visit of yesterday after
noon. Some of the drawings,
number work and other speci
men displayed on the black
boards are certainly a revelation
and brings to memory the rather
crude methods as well as equip
ment in use during his public
The entire system has been so
improved that the lower gradis
now take up studies anu exer
cises that were considered ad
vanced in the old days, Another
matter that impresses one is the
fine training of the teacheis and
the excellent discipline of the en
tire school. This is remarked
by all who visit the school and is
one of the most remarkable ac
complishments under the present
corps of teachers.
The writer did not have time
to inspect the work of all the
pupils in particular in the limited
time he had, but those that were
inspected showed neatness and
accuracy in every respect. The
work is a record of each day dur
ing the school year and by exam
ining one may easily note the
progress from month to month.
"Parents Day" is a most hap
py idea and one that should come
twice a year rather than once, as
it adds interest of the parents
ana1 patrons and causes them to
give our excellent public school
more attention during the year.
Public School Report.
Report of Burns school Dist.
No. 1, for the month ending
Feb. 19. 1915:
Pupils remaining last month 233
Registered new 2
Pupils remaining at date
Pupils registered since begin
ning of year marked "K" 240
Pupils on register since begin
ning of year marked "E
Pupils over 6 and under 9
Pupils over 9 and under 12
Pupils over 12 and under 14
Pupils over 14 and under 20
Pupils over 20 ...
Mothers Inspect Work
of the High School.
Number of Pupils neither ab
sent i. or late 130
Per cent of attendance 9ti
Number visits by members
of school board 4
Many visits by parents.
Tardies by grade;-: 1-0, 1J 8,
2-0, 3-2, 4-3. 5-0. 6-0, 7-0, 8-0,
W. M. Sutton, Prin.
The mothers of the pupils in
the Domestic Science and Art
department of the high school
were invited to inspect some of
the work yesterday forenoon and
1. On Sundays and Holy days
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon at 10 a. id.
2. On week days Holy Mass
at 6:30 a. m.
AJ1 other services, besides,
those mentioned above will be
announced in church.
All invited and welcome to die
Sick-calls promptly answered
at anytime. Religious informa
tion and instructions willingly
imparted at the Franciscan
Having been solicit d by a
large number of friends to be
come a candidate for city mar
shal at the coming election, I
have decided to make the race,
Irrigation Project Completed.
I. F. Mahon and wife were
among our visitors during tnis
week nnd Jim informs The Times-
Herald that he has at last com
pleted a big irrigation dam that
he has been at work on tor ten
years. It impounds sufficient
water to cover 554 acres of land
in the Anderson Valley and is
one of the largest private irriga
tion projects ever undertaken
and completed in Oregon. The
dam is 30 feet high across a
canyon and the water supply is
ample for the acerage below.
This brings a large area under
water that will produce big re
turns for the investment and
makes Mr. Mahon's ranch one of
the most valuable in the county
Other similar opportunities are
to be found throughout the Coun
ty and there should be other en
terprising citizens to develop
Rabbits Are Disappearing.
Harry Anderson was in the city
from Crowley early in the week,
and says the rabbit pest in his
immediate vicinity is almost a
thing of the past.
Mr. Anderson and his near
neighbors adopted the method of
poisoning rabbits with grarVi
soaked in a solution of strychnine
a description of which was pub
lished in the Enterprise a few
"At our Crowley ranch," said
Mr. Anderson, "where a short
time ago there were thousands
of rabbits, now one can seldom
see one. I do not believe it has
all been due to the poisoning, for
they have disappeared too sud
"I have been told that along
many of the streams large num
bers of dead rabbits are being
found, and the general belief is
that some sort of disease has at
tacked the juckrabbits and is
putting them out.
"This is in line with my exper
ience with the jackrabbit," con
tinued Mr. Anderson, "when
they become very numerous in
the country they are attacked by
a disease of some kind, which
nearly exterminates them in s
single season, and then tor sev
eral years you will seldom see
one." Vale Enterprise,
The Burns Steam Laundry
gives special attention to parcel
post. Send us your laundry by
Short Course Lecture
Next Friday Night
In order to accommodate more
people and as several who desire
to attend could not on Thursday,
it has been decided to hold the
last of the series of illustrated
lectures in connection with the
high school short course at Ton
wama on next Friday evening,
"Home Sanitation and The
Fireless Cooker" is the subject
for Friday night and with noth
ing to conflict with the date it is
expected the ladies will be out in
large numbers. It la also more
convenient for the school students
as they do not have to study for
recitations the following day.
This lecture with lantern slide
views should be particularly in
teresting and beneficial.
A social dunce until 12 o'clock
will follow the lecture.
Have your picture taken at the
J. B. Zimmerman was up from
Harriman during the week.
Blue Print. Inland Empire
Realty Co., Burns, Oregon.
Bundles for the Steam Laund
ry can be left at the Capital and
and Star barber shops.
We do your mending and sew
on buttons, without extra charge.
See the Steam laundry about
For rent-200 acres, HO on Hat
and under irrigation balance
grazing, near Burns, good bonis,
barn etc. Inquire at this ollice.
At prices around 25 and 26
cents per pound the western wool
market is now o p n several
months in advance of the sched
ule and the situation bears out
the claim Jong made that the
country will experience a wool
famine because of the war and
the disruption 6f commerce.
It is estimated by Portland auto
men who arc in close touch with
conditions that at least 5000 au
tomobiles will pass through this
state during the coming season
enrouted either to or from the
exposition at San Frrncisco. The
Portland auto club has issued n
booklet telling of the wonderful
scenery of this state and the most
accessable ways of reaching the
big show at San Francisco by
way of this state. Harney county
should and will receive a part of
this travel as it is known we have
fine roads for motor during the
summer period and we are the
most direct wuy of going and
coming from the east.
Bids Entertained for RotdmuUr.
Notice is hereby given that
sealed applications, for appoint
ment to the position of County
Hoadmaster, will be received by
the County Court, at the office of
the County Clerk, in Burns, until
12 o'clock M.. March 3. 1915; ap
plicants are required to state
amount of salary per month,
which salary shall be in full come
pensation for all services, and
out of which all the expenses of
the Hoadmaster shall be paid.
The Roadmaster will be re
quired to inspect the County
roads, and to oversee all con
struction and repair work, he will
be required to give a bond in a
reasonable amount for the faith
ful discharge of the duties of
The County Court reserves the
right to reject any and all appli
cations. By order of the County Court,
made and entered in the Com
missioners Journal, Jan. 27, 1915,
R. T. Huuiiet.
(old. and Croup in Chitdr.n
Many people rely upon Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy implicit
ly in cases of colds and croup, and
it never disappoints them. Mrs.
K. H. Thomas, Logansport, I ml.,
writes: "I have found Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy to be the
best medicine for colds and croup
I have ever used, and never tire
of recommending it to my neigh
bors and friends. I have always
given it to my children when
sulfering from croup, and it has
never failed to give them prompt
relief." For sale by all dealers.
PhoneOrderi For fat
young turkeys, alive or dressed
to Willow Wind Farm,
J. W. Biggs, P. B. Howard,
BROWNS SATISFACTORV STORE
Will offer during Jan. and Feb. a
large line of Quality Merchandise
at Reduced prices.
Remember when we advertise any
thing it is so and you know it.
There are lines that should be closed
out during Jan. and Feb. and we are
going to reduce such goods and offer
them to you.
N. BROWN & SONS
Use your telephone call .'SKI
When you want your clothes
cleaned and pressed.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I HITM) HTATWI I ANU SffMS,
Hums, Dragon. NatmW! U Ml
Notice la beraby given tint Jem. a M Mjl
uflfamet. Oregon, wh.i, on rl.ni: I. II,
in ad a llomeeiead Kntry. No. IMU. for
HW Hartlon N. lo-vnehlp a Honth. Kll
9 Cut Wlllaiu!! Meridian, ! '"' '
nolle ol Intention u make Anal Bt I "
proof, I.. relabllah claim In lh lfti"l SDOi
i-rlo.ll, belor Kriliin and Receiver. ' Barns
Oregon, on Ihe and day of Murtli. I II I
i laiuieiiluaineeea wllhieaee
Joili Hachanaii, l.eater M lli
10 Buchanan, all ol Hi" Ban in, Orafon
AILerl W Uuwau. of Hume, Oregon
Wa. K.aei, Kegi.l. r
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION,
I'NITltl) HTATKM l-ANIi 01 H I i
Burn. t'rejun. frbi m.i r I.' ISI.'i I
Notice la hereby Slveii Out I lata Hi el It. i
dugo, formerly Clare Kim a. daughter an. I hi II
ul tleo. riece, uei-eftae. 01 nr, .,). i
ho. on June A), 11. and Match la, I 'II. audi
llomeateail r.ntllaa, So .until ".' reel"
lor mc1. and ', . Hecllou J3, Tottliahl. I
ItanaeSl rail. V. Illaliietti' Mcrhliao linali.' I
nollra of Inlantloii lu make final lam yeat
I'rool. to eatatillali claim lo tin land al.v i 1
ecribed, before i .r Tutlocb I H Commissioner
aiblaoffle at Heckley, orcgou. ... i
day of March 1. 1'.
i latmaul namea aa wltneaei-e
eheilee Heckle. Willie He' klri.l A M,i.
J Herdugu, all of Heckley, Oregon
Wat. raaaa. Keglater.
NOTICK rOR PUBLICATION
UNITED HT A TStH MM' "I I IC1 I
Hurue. Oregon, rihiuaiy a,li.
..'ollc la hereby alien tliat .'ohn Dutnltru
Clilopa, ol H in-han eu. Oregon, aau.AU Oct.ibel
J. 111, made lluttiretcad Kntir.Sn l"J4l, fm
HKi. rleelliin 3, luwuahlp .'I, Houlh. Kauai
llaiuette Meridian baa filed nolli
Too good to lose
When a builder Iris Malthoid y.et
WSf from him thru misrepresenta
tion anil a desire for a cheap
rooftng, he invariably makes a init
i.ikc which costs him much personal
Jiiiiiiyancc and loss in the end.
Malthoid is a durable, satisfactory
water- and weather-proof roof
- we guarantee it
Harney Valley Lumber Co.
taut lou to make dual lb roe )ear .ruof tooaUh
llab claim lo lb land noofe deaenbed. hel.n.'
Keglaler and Hecelvar, at Hulua, Oragou, on
ih :lih da) ol Harm i'l
I'lalmaut namea aa arlltieaeei
J. M HorTedlti, of Latveu. Oregon A r
Mcl'ball, 1- II Mcl'liall aud Jamea M I.. . I all
of Huchauau, orvgon.
Wa I mi i atefj etet
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITK.iNTAtR I.AMt HUM
lluiuiillnmii.t'linai) 1 I
Noiles) ! bcrpLjr yirtu 1I11.I Hnyrtrn Braofea,
ul Wftvvrly. orrguo, wlm, m uoiobai .'. in.
itifttli lluuviltt'l Kolrjf. No u-st'4.1 f..r NUSh1,,
MhNKhwo n sml NWUNWIa, Harriott 1.
Township stuulli. rUugr s3 Fsst, Vl'llUim in
MrfUisu, ttM Bled nutlet) of IttlenUon
W Utah flu., I lltiwf-frsr proof, to (tlllU
claim to tbf) Untl alHivt tie, r I tit?) . t d-ic Kri
lets-ran.! Kiffhtr it Huns, Ortgon, on lln
mi Uy ul March, 1V1&
is i in s. ut nsinrt m wttnraar
U I) trail. 11. 1. Van Horn, K H tirant ninl
It A. Hikrwau..ll ul Hrrlt ..
Now on. Call and see the big
reduction in prices. Listing
of goods will appear in this
space next week.
County warrants taken at
par in trade.
My general line of
A. K. Richardson
Agt. Buick Automobiles
4 - ' -'MMawsssaSsssssssssss.sssssssaw
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r.va, llurm l.'V I.lat No.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Ukitid rrraTaa Land Urrica, I
Hume, oieaou, February alb, ISIS I
You will find thut Chambs
lsin's Cough Remedy Iiuh recog
nized advantaRca over most medi
cines in use for couglus and colds
It does not suppress u cough but
loosens and relieves it. It aids
expectoration and opens the soere
tions, which enables the system
to throw off a cold. 1 1 counter
acts any tendency of n cold to
result in pneumonia. It contains
no opium or other narcotic, und
may be given to a child as con
fidently as to an adult. For sule
by all dealers.
Nolle la ltrebjr given that lb Northern
1'ai'lno Hallway Cornnauy. wltoae noal office
addreaa U Ml I'aul. Mluiiaauta.baa Dili 7ih day
of lU'i cllllier IJll tiled III thla office lit eiilli a
C"ii lu.i'lei I iinilcr tin (iruvlalona uf Iba act
iileona-reaa.aiioro.nl my I, lava iDOHtal t7,
0401 aa attended by the act ol Cotiareai aubrov
id Mar 17 iuwi. the
H 'ftlK'ft Hec M. Two He N II. av eaal. H M
Serial No 07S7T
Mil no. I all in raona claliuliit advarlelv lliu
laud, dcarrllied. or daalrlna lo ohlecl hmaiiaa
of tb minora! character of lha land, or any
I in' i r i a. o ii to lha dlanoaal tuaiijillcaiit. ahmild
NOTICK KOH PUBLICATION
I'NITKI) hTATKN l.ANIXIKKICK.l
Burnt, Oregon, Kabruary 17, lvl, i
Nollca 11 beraby alveB Dial Hobert I. -mill
ot lawen , Oregon, who, un May lii. Iwt.i. uiai,
llumaalaad (ulry, No (7, tor riK ,. lul I .
Mac. IS, T AH . KM K , NK'.NKi,. I-.'. I ion I,
lowoanlp r, Houlb, Hangell.' K , Hlllauii lie
Meridian, baa filed nolle of Intaulloii to make
fluat Coiiltnutatlun 1'root, to aalahllab claim In
Ilia land above daacrlbed, balura Itegiater and
Heealver.at lliirna, Orvgon, on ihe.'.-ili day of
i lalmanl namea aa Hltueaaea
II. I. Hnydar. I boiiiaa Houtlay, Arthur llaml.
1' C, Albrllton. all of Lawan Orogon.
IV u K.aaa, llvglatcr
Fair Feed Yard
GRAIN OF ALL1KINDS
Timothy, Alfalfa and Red Top Hay
Baled Hay For Sale
Free (amp House andFeedinf Privileges in Corral
or Barn. Customers Care For Own Stock.
W. A. GOODMAN. Adioin.ncr i-W r:-.......i
F ""S UUUIIUDi
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
t'aiTgliHuTta l.Nl Oiin i I
uurua, oragou. Kabruary N,
Nollca Is baraby given thai Miarlia II Saefal
father and fclr ol Harris Haeger, dci caacd, nl
Hbaltoti, Viaahliigtou. wbo, on March ."'. I"l ,
made llouiaalcad Kntry. No U'ln, lor i-'.HI
IMIIamelte Meirdlail baa III, il
Sec l!i, NRU. He. a and Wi,N"i
M H Kauai-Tia k . IMIIamelte M.
imtlea of Intention to in all h dual llu.. yeal
I'riHit. lo ilahllab claim to the laud abavadi
aerlbad, botura the' Keglater aud Hot-ctvar, nt
Hums, Oragou, on the 6th day ol April. l'Jl
claluiaui namea aa wltneasca:
William T laau-r, of Hurna. Oregon I red
Htuigla. John .llllg, William tt Murgli. Idl.
Wa Kaaaa, Keglater
llu- their affidavits of nioteal lu thla
or i" l"i e Ihe : ;li day ot A urll, his
Wa Faaaa. Keglaier
Serial No. V7SS5
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION,
llai ran Hi TSa I inn Heel, a
Ho ma, Dragon, February II, 1S1A.
Nullre ia heichf given that II Ugh S i'uilor,
whose I'oal i iltli i addreaa Is Alberaou, Oregon
hiiaihia lllh day ol Kahruaiy, Kit, tiled In
i hi. iiillre hla aplillcalluti lu aeleel under the
I, in Han.ua ol aaelloua larus 7 It H,,hVi Mice,
Hei'tlon S, T. Ha, H, II I. M.W., Oragou.
Any aud all naraons t-lalmluf adversely lha
lamia descrlbad. or deilrlng tuotijecl hueauaa
ot Ilia Mineral ciie'aiter of lha laud, or any
other reaaoti, to lb dlsnoea! lo sup Meant.
should tile Ibelr alildavlls of protest lu ihla
ofllci', Oil or lielore the Iith day Of April lul.',
Wst. rasas, Itegliter
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNITS!) hi a i an i.Ait) mini,
Hurna. Oragou, l-ebruary IS, ISIS
.'Hi, o Is hereby glum that llareuiont e.
Hahhldga, ot l.aweu, orcgnu, who, on Auguat
i7. I'H. i, made lloluaalead Klilry, No UAwnl, lor
HK'.NKU, NK',HK'4,He,' -a and H'.NW'ftHai'
l ToHiiahli) '.'I H , Kange Ji', f Willamette
Meridian, hai fllad nutle ot inlaullon lo make
commutation proof, to establlah claim to the
lamlsbova deaeill.ail, before Keglater aud He
nalver, at liuiua, Oregon, uu lha 2Srd day ol
Imanl iiamua aa wllueaaea :
A It Whlluajr aad Joaaiib WllliieckertH.il,
i 11.711 1 t u
'lalmanl iiamua SI wlluei
lluullay l.olli ..I I awan oivioii
ol Hums, or.
ulr, sud Usury
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITRl) HTATKN I. AND 11KH1 1
Hurus, Oregon, February IN, ISI '
Nolle la bsreby given that William Hosvllle
Jonas, of Voltsg. Oregon, who, 011 April 1.
I 'iim and April 7, IV1I. made II. .1,1, .1 . ...I Klllr)
No Ml, IHarialUAMJ and No UABIS, reapeetU,
I), lor i,NK',, HUMi',, NtC.M'.M'i 'j,
aud WljHK'., NB'.HRi,, heel Ion I", I .. I. -1, 1 1. . .
H. Itatiga 8 K , Willamette Me. 1. 11. n l... II, .1
nolle ot inici. tl.. 11 to make dual II.. em
1'ioot. to aatslillali claim to Ihe laud sliui . di
Scribed, bvfuro Heglater and Iteiel'.er 111
liuiua, Oii'gon. ,111 the illlli dai of Mi,b. I'll.
Claimant names as w Unease.
A, I.. Jones, fiend Schug, A I MamliiiM,
Mrs At. Marehgll allot Voltage, Oregon
Wm. raaaa. Kiglater
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UN1TSP HTATSa I NU OKetl K. t
Hums, Uregon, rbiuar M.IS1& I
Notice Is beraby gl van thai William w hi,, ill,
ol Narruwa, Oregon, who 011 Jul) Jl, tun tuadi
Uoiueatead Kntry, No oMmVi, for K1.,, h, ,
lion , Towuablp H., Itallgi. J K . Wlllani
etle Meridian, has tiled uollne ot luleu' lu
make final I'ireii tear I'rool to ealahll'h
claim 10 th land above deaerll.ed, hef, ... II.,
later aud llecelver.al Hurna, Oregon, on the
.nth da 1 of Marsh, lain
claimant iiatnsi aa wllueaaea:
Tatar I'eteraoo, Olio I'eterauii. both ol 1
Dragon. William Haruar, ol Narroua, ....', ....
I it llamea. ol Kg 1 1 llregoU.
Wm. raaSE. Rsgislsl
We have a complete stock of
Come and tee the great variety
CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS
The Burns Department Store
I'rinted in accordance with ,
. tti 1 merits on short notice at
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Slocolder. Meeting.
I'NITKU ITATBH I.ANIi nlli. 1.
Hume, Oregon, rt Lilian .
Noiic beraby given that
nl voltage Oregon, who, on April C, I iiiunlc ,1 . . , a
lioiueateaii Kulry No. Stu'J, Mo. OUAM, tor Lola I 111' Illllrtlii! IneetlllUT of the Btock.
J.S, I.HIC'.NW'... NK'.HWI,, heilli.i, I'l lo.,,, . ,, ,. , ... " AW
ship n Houlb. Hang, gi Kaal, W iliaiiu-ti. Mel lltliler . ul I lie MiLSOIHC Hllilllinir
Idlsti, has tiled nolle of Intention I ul. . . ,. ,, , .,"""
Dual flv-ar piool. to ..l.l.ll.l. I 1 ,,. SSOCI.I I loll ol IiUI'IIH Will bo heltl
lo the la nil above deai-rllied, beliuo ll.ie.i. 1 , ,1 ,. ,, "" u" U
and Itacelvei, stburue.Orcgiiii. oiilh, nil. I... lt tile AlatHilC Hull In Hums
Clslmaut uaiuca aa wltn. a: IC'..i!l, y, Mtllll'CtHV Mui'Ch l.'llr.
1015 al a o'clock p. a.
Sam Mothershead, Secretary.
Claude Hchug, Allied I.. Marahall. Wlllliim
K. Jouea, Mary Maiahall, allot ullage. "!
Wa r.n.i ItegLl,,.
Notice ia lierel.y gtvta that
there ia money on band to pay all
general fund warrants Mtafetwtwi,
Building prior to January 1.1, HK-J: and all
all road warronts ragistarad prior
to March l. him. Interest cases
on and after Fell, g,