Pw"" w at 4f i :l ir bit .au imi ;oi i -I Dpw in t) io- pit pSfbto fltour Ira 1 it i "DRESS UP BOYSr A NKW NATIONAL MOVE WITH UNCLE BAM AN UCADE This It specially FOR YOU. Corns at once and see us you will find that we are prepared, and YOU will be pleased with what we have to SHOW YOU. Show the next fellow that YOU are ready to make AMERICA- THE BEST DRESSED NA TION ON EARTH. Shirt, neckwear, SMtderwsar. hosier, (Urea, Sate ana) made-for-nervlc Clothe, all at moderate arte DRESS UP ROYS Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailor I and Leading Clothiers Oc iimr0-$ctafd JULIAN BYRD Maiaht SATUSDAY. OCTOBER 30, IB 1 5 SUBSCRIPTION RATES OuYnr MO SaiMaa TbmMHik. M T-"t'"j" " """" " '"" """ Alfalfa, field peas and hog bM a 8ucss in this big- country. Who cares whether the aluminum mines pay biff profits or nt? The railroad committee contin ues busy and it is hoped definite arrangements may be perfected soon whereby Burns will kjiow just what railroad development may be expected in this immedi ate vicinity. The timber on the north of this valley has much value that will bring transportation in the immediate future even though Burns should simply wait, but that isn't the program Burns M not going to wait for anything except the most feasible place to bring that line from the road now building into the Valley at Crane Creek Gap. When this is dett r- mined we'er going to get busy. Burns is going to be the terminus for a time at least. its in this vicinity and finds a large area covered but he is not prepared to say whether there is sufficient to justify getting it out or not This is the report he made upon his return from this city a short time ago. So far as he is con cerned in his official capacity it it not necessary that he should know whether it is in paying quantities or not, however. The deposits are found over a great area of this country there have been several investigating the possibilities of mining it and developing it. So far there has been no definite arrangements made with any concern big enough to handle it those interested are continent with the advent of the railroad that the field will be developed. Foot Ball Boys Defeated. When profitable crops are grown on dry land in the Harney Valley in a season as void of moisture as the past one has been, it's a cinch it will make a farming country that will hold its own under any possible cir cumstances. What if every acre in this big Valley were producing as the small portion does that is under cultivation? The Times- Herald hesitates to give the figur es but it would keep Mr. Furrell's Strahorn's Hills and then some more railroads busy. That's what it is coming to. The football game last Satur day played between the Harney County High school boys and the John Day eleven resulted in a score of 43 to 0 in favor of the local team. The Burns boys, however, gave evidence of the proper metal and although they realized that they were outclass ed with weight they fought their way to the end with sportsman like determination and they re ceived the compliment of the crowd that witnessed the game. They were a bunch of gentleman ly young fellows with whom it was a pleasure to meet and the land products grown east of the local boys anticipate a most plea-, Cascade mountains begin to move Benefits of Railroad to Central Oregon Detailed What the construction of rail ways into the vast interior em pire of Oregon will mean to the state and to business is outlined in an official statement by Geo rge K. Hardy, executive secre tary of the Portland Chamber of Commerce, published In the Jour nal. Mr. Hardy says: 'In the minds of many Ore gonians no more opportune time could have been framed by des tiny for the submission of the project to build the Oregon, Cali fornia & Eastern railway through central Oregon. "Oregonians need the employ ment that will result from its construction. "Oregon business needs the stimulant that will come from the expenditure of $1,000,000 or $2,000,000 during the next few months. "With 50 per cent of all labor employed by manufacturing in Oregon dependent on the lumber industry, and with that tremen dous force largely at work on short time, and with idle men drifting to Oregon from every direction, it is apparent that a revival of business is to be ex pected only from providing labor for willing hands. "In the const uct ion of the Ore gon, California x baatern rail way materials will be used that are largely home products. If the sum of $1,600,000 asked of Oregon in financing the project is put up, the money will come right back where it was secured. It will be like transferring $1. 500.000 from pocket to pocket in the same pair of trousers. The raising of that sum of money is necessary to show Oregon's faith in an empire that will produce $150,000,000 annually. The prompt raising of that sum will make it possible to secure the balance of 34.500.000 from east ern sources. And probably from 65 to 75 per cent of the eastern money wiil remain in this state. "These advantages are, how ever, only temporary ones. Per manent benefits will be realized when the railroad is in full opera tion and the great quantities of DAVID MILLER. The tragic end of an old and respected pioneer brings grief to many of the people of this sec tion where Mr. Miller was so well and favorably known. His death occured in the fire destroyed the Cummins hospital just after mid night yesterday morning. He had undergone an operation for cataract a few days before nnd was recovering from it most sat isfactorily. It is quite evident he was overcome by heat and smoke that prevented hit getting out and the charred remains were found in the ruins of the building f n a short time after the fire had subsided sufficient to search. David Miller was born in this state in what was then Wasco county August 12. 1851. He spent the early part of his life in the Willamette Valley returning to Prinsville in 1881 and moving to this county in 1884. He held several responsible positions in this section, being an employe of the P. L, S. Co. for a time later taking a position with a mercantile firm in Drewsey and finally became a part owner of the business. A few years ago he moved to a farm in company with his brother ft. A. Miller. where he had resided since. Mr. Miller was highly esteem ed by a wide circle of friends throughout this country. He was a most concientious man who met his obligations promptly. He is survived by his brother, Coun ty Treasurer Miller, there being no other close relatives living. The funeral service will be con ducted this afternoon by Rev. McKae from the Baptist church. Additional local. Wilson's Creamery Butter at Hagey's. Some wind yesterday threaten ed the pretty weather we have been enjoying. Remember the sheet and pil low case dance at Tonowarnn next Friday night. A sheet and pillow slip dance will be given at Tonawama next Friday night Nov. 5, No one permitted to dance without this costume. Agents Wanted -To represent Iafollette Nursery Co. Trees grown in Central Oregon 4000 feet elevation and without irrigation. Best trees for Cen tral Oregon. Everybody wants them. Write for particulars. Theodore Hubbard. Bos 72, Prineville. Oregon. MHK WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO Arrangements Considered Their Unceasing Work Keeps us Strong and Healthy All the blood in the body puss es through the kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys filt er the blood. They work night and day. When healthy they re move about 500 grains of impure matter daily, when unhealthy some part of this impure matter is left in the blood. This brings 1 on many diseases and symptoms -which vary widely but may in clude pain in the back, headache, nervousness hot, dry skin, rheu matic pains, gout gravel, dis orders of the eyesight and hear ing, dizziness, irregular heart, debility, drowsiness, dropsy, de posits in the urine, etc. But if I you keep the filters right the Browns' Quality Store FOR FALL & WINTER NEW GOODS-NEW PRICES We want you to call on us be fore making your purchases. We can supply your wants in anything required. You will find Quality and Satisfactory Service responsible for our suc cess. N. BROWN & SONS-QUALITY STORE Burns, Oregon sant trip when they play the return frame on the Harney county gridiron. A fair sized crowd witnessed the game, although the early to market. Portland will be the gateway for outgoing shipments, and at the same time a splendid market will be opened in central southeastern Oregon for those finrwrakt iu .c. ., . I);..,.,' For Indian School Here Kidney pj8 have provjn an ef. fective kidney medicine. Mrs. George Bell, Washington St., Klamath Falls, Ore., says: " I have suffered from pains in my back, due to disordered kid neys. The kidney secretions were also unnatural, causing me annoyance. Doan's Kidney 1'ilis completely cured me." Price 50, at all dealers. Don.t simply ask for a remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Bell had. Foster Mil- burn Co. Props., Buffalo, N. Y, morning weather conditions were, articles of commerce that are C. B. McConnell's success in securing capital to finance the big irrigation project is trailed with much satisfaction by those interested in the development of the country. It will be a strong factor in inducing railroad build ing to this city besides make the surrounding couutry the most productive portion of the entire Central Oregon. There is no Question of the feasibilitv of this entirprise and the water is there in fact has been a menace to the lands that were overflowed for many years and people are going to welcome a project that will take care of the flood and give this land an opportunity to produce as it should. The-Times Herald hopes the adjudication proceedings may go forward as rapidly as possible in order to clear the way for active work on this project foreboding. Despite the score the game was well contested. In the evening the boys from Burns were entertained at a banquet and they returned home the fol lowing day. The line-up was as follews: Harney Co. Position John Day Bennett L. G. R. Ripley lay lor L. T. R. F. Belshaw Lucky L. K. R. Timms Cawlfield C. Mallory Miller R. G. L. Calahan Hotchkiss R. T. L. Byram Howser R. E. L. Foster Skiena Q. Pound Wilson L. H. R. Campbell Irving R. H. S. R Belshaw Hagey F. DeArmound Substitutes: For Tavlor, Hus ton; Hardy for Calahan; Knox for Pound. Referee, Flagg. Um pire, McHaley.-BlueMt Eagle. Girl Shoots Persistent Suitor, Telegrams Being Sent And Received in Burns. Manager James Weston of the Juntura-Burns Telephone & Tele graph Co. has made the connec tions whereby telegrams may be sent and received right here in Burns and the first message pass ed over the wire on Wednesday. This convenience is one that has Iens: been a need and the excel lence of the equipment and secre cy together with the insurance of no mistake will bring much busi ness to this concern. This company has direct con nections with the Western Union Telegraph Co. and with attrac tive tariff rates it has excellent facilities for such business. Mr. Weston has been notified by the Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co. that they are extending thier line to a Biases tion with the Juntura-Burns line at Vale. Nitrate Deposits Near This City Inspected J. G. Richardson of the Oreg on corporation department, has recently made an inspection of the aluminum and nitrate depos- Frank McBurney, a homestead er in theCatlow Valley, was shot four or five times by Miss Kate Pick last Friday morning. Dr, Geary was called to minister to the wounded man, and reports he has one wound in the leg and was shot at least three times and possibly four in the abdomen but it is evident no intestines were severed as the man is reported improving. According to report the man went to the home of the girl dur ing the absence of her father and persisted in his suit to such an extent that the girl resented it and shot him with a 82-calibre revolver, emptying the five cham. bers and reloaded it and fired an other. The wounded man walked some distance to another neighbor be fore he could get any aid or send for a physician. McBurney is a man between 46 and 50 years old. We do not know the age of Miss Pick. McBurney was in this vi cinity for a time, we are inform ed, and worked for Sheriff Good man. The girl was taken in custody and brought here. So far no preliminary has been held and The Timesjierald does not feel it the proper time to make Lany further comment handled by Portland merchants "Eighty-five per cent of the good now consumed in south eastern Oregon are shipped in I from Boise and Salt Lake. "A splendid committee from the Chamber of Commerce has been selected to aid Robert E. Strahorn in financing the Oregon end of the scheme. It consists of A. L. Mills, president First National bank; J. C. Ains worth, president United States National Bank; W. M. Ladd, president Ladd & Tilton bank; Nathan Strauss, manager Fleishner May er company; Franklin T. Griffith, president Portland Railway, Light & Power company; C. C. Colt, president of the Union Meat company. "During the past week a del egation of business men from Bums, Or. has been in the city to confer with the promoters of the road in hopes of having their district given service by the Ore gon, California & Fasten rail way. They were entertained at dinner Monday evening by Frank E. Smith, secretary of the Chamb er or commerce, jrje Hums men present were Geo. Fry, Sam Mothershead, Judge H. C. Lev ens, J. L. Gault, Leon M. Brown, C. H. Leonard and Bob McKinn-on." Chas. S. Heinline, an attache of the Indian service, arrived here from his headquarters at Roseburg last Sunday evening to take up the proposition of a day school for the local Piute Indians mention of which has been made before in these columns. Mr. Heinline found local business men ready to give him any assis tance in respect to this proposi tion with the result that it is prac tically settled that a school wil be opened in this city in the im mediate future. Mr. Heinline has taken an op tion the C. M. McPheeters place adjoining the river, a very desir able location with a seven-room house and one acre of ground suit able for a play ground and a garden. It is the intention to have an instructor and his wife come who will take entire charge of the Indian children as to their cleanliness, clothing, etc. The local business men have volunteered to furnish what ever furniture necessary in the way of tables, benches, etc, losiari me scnooi ana tnu children are also to receive their noon day meal at the school where they will be taught to pre pare it and also given other in dustrial training. Mr. Heinline has made a de tailed report of the situation to the Department and expects to have the school in readiness to open by the first of December. The gentleman will give out a considerable quantity of blankets and tents to the indigent Indians next Monday, he having had 24 pair of woolen blankets and 14 large tents shipped in for that purpose. Save Your Coupons. With all kodak finishing amounting to $2.00 I will give an 8x10 enlargement of your favorite film free. Films developed 10c per roll any size. Packs 25c. Prints 5c. postcards 5c. Sayer Studio, Burns, Ore. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I NITSO HTATBM LAND orrit'K Murne, Oregon. October 7, IMA. Ni.lf -la hereby given that I h net Ian h, Ollgapl ul fiitilii. Oregon, win,, imi April H, IVI. nnil litTi'inU r a, l ill, made Itooioaiead Kiiltlt. No. UrvaMffwl rtii llvel) tur J, NIC'. ',. ',. '.N'..KW(.N!.. NtM'U, Hw. 1" t. I, rl..lUiiiU Baal Willamette Meridian. hee fllel notional IliirtiOoii in make final lliref i-r P'ihiI, l.i i Hi a III I. Ii ' la I in to Ilia land above il. a.-ilbeil, u-furr M i. o i unti.ir. U H Coonnli loner, al hlenfll.e atllinlu. tin iron, mi the loth day ol Novemliar, If 6. i lahnaiit nanieeeg wltncaei-e .ia i'ii a 'I ii. intern. Iiee. t'oolet. CaMeron M.'rrlml.le allot Andrewe. iirrgon r.iit I oilcan), ul riel.la.Oreit.in. Christian Science Church. Austin J. Cummings and Miss Bessie Waddell were married at Drewsey on Wednesday of last week by Rev. Heathcote. Mr. Cummings is a farmer in the Buchanan section. The Times Herald wishes them s happy life, Christian Scientists will hold there services at the Presbyter ian Church, Sundays at 8 P. M. Wednesdays at 7:80 p. m. Sun day School at 1:80 p.m. Read ing Room at room No. 6 Masonic Building and it will be open on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons of each week from 2 until 5 o'clock. This is s free reading room and people are wel come to come during those hours. Notice To Stockholder; Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the stockholders of the Burns Flour Milling Co. will be held in Burns, Oregon on Sat urday, Oct 30, at Tonawama at 2 o'clock p. m. at which time business of the concern will be discussed and a conference with the directors respecting certain matters. By order of the Board of Direc tors. W. E. Huston. Secy. Treas. When Baby Ha the Croup. When a Mother is awakened from a sound sleep to find her child who has gone to bed appar ently in the best of health strugg ling for breath, she is naturally alarmed. Yet if she can keep her presence of mind and give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy every ten minutes until vomiting is produced, quick relief will fol low and the phijd will drop to sleep to awaken in the morning as well as ever. This remedy has been in use for many years with uniform success. For sale by all dealers. Naxarene Church. Regular preaching services each Sunday at 11 a. in., and 7:80p.m. Sunday-school at 10 a. m. every Sunday. Tuesday Bible Study at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Mid-week Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. Saturday young people's meet ing at 7: 80 p. m. Will be glad to call on the sick and needy at any time. S. L. Flowers. Pastor. W. B. Johnson and son Alfred and R. J. Williams are among our Silver Creek visitors today. They are in for a meeting of the stockholders of the Burns Flour Milling Co. NOTKJK FOR PtJBUOATIOH DNITSDHTATKHI ASH III Ml K I llurna. Oregon, Oi I..I. r l -.i . t Nollre la hereby given thai Terry K fettle. ul llurna, Oregon, who. nn June t.i, r'M made llomnUiT Knur. No o; m, lor ', Heel Ion It, liiwiirlilp " Baala, Hang M B VI Ulan, .lie Meridian, baa filed notice 'il Intention to tiieae twial riiniriiuialli.ii wool to ealehlleli claim In Ihe .an. I anoae tit er n bod, before Kegl.l. c an I Hot i-l.er.al Hunt, Oregon, on the Win) 4aVJ ul V... ruber. I'M . leluieoi ualaeeae wltiieaare Henry I'.aae II..., King, r, r.dltb ltlii(ei , i barlee Needbaut.all ul Narr.m iiretfnii. Wat. FAiutx. kefleier. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. UXITBD STATUS I.ANH OVtJOS Hurtu. Or.-m.il. o. lobr Jn. Ivij. n. Ore la beret.y iriveu Ibat John I homer. I'huale.'il KIU,. llri-K'Hl, Mrllii.oii ' lM, made Ilium ,i.e.l Bnlrr, So win) for nKH, I''- 1'l.Ttep. H , Itanee i.'i K . Wlllam etle Meridian, baa died nuli.e of luteoiloti to make final n. ear 1'ioof lo ralabllrli rlalm tu tbe land above dee. rlliml. before Hr later and Korelver, al Mnrria, Oretfnti, on tlu Jiiib day of November, I Claimant unman u wlineMMHr nana U, MM. In. Clyde a. lilbbttae. E B. -mlth. William Akiiniirl, all ul Kllee, 1 1 Wn fa nim. Hvitlalvr. NOTICE KOB PUBLICATION t'NlTICIrTATKI.AN)OKKIt'K, I linri.i. iiiKuli, o. loner .hi. I'll.', Ni.llie la brrebr Hives llial Jrale I., lire. lean, .t tteealey , Oregon, who. on June 10, Ittit, made llomentrail Kiiln.No MII6V, lor KWU HBi., SrJUHWU, See. J'J; K'.Wi,, dVt'.SW'.. erlli.li il. NBTiNWi,. nei tluii h. luvVnalilli :il ttouih, Range a Kaat, Hiiianietia Marl 'llan, baa filed it. .11 intention to make final Ibfen-yenr I'roof, In eatabliati rlalm to Ilia land above duecrltieil, before 1 K Tullorb, II. M, t'otniulaalnner, at hie ult. o al llerklee, Oregon, oil the ::ih dee of November, Ivlis claimant natuee na wltneeaee: Aiiguetlne lilttierl. Ilol ,.rl Nvlanu. Jamoa Krail, David cm, all of benkiev, Oregon. Wm. Kakna. Regular. OrlWI llurna X, 1,1.1 No Herlal No NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. IMraiiHTaraa Larli.Orm r, I llurna. Oregon, Heitembr 11, f. 1 ' 1 la hereby given that the Northern larine halloa) cottinany, waoao poel oltir, nl.ir.-ea la Hi. f'aul, Miaueeota. baa iblalHti day of mjniembar ma. filed in thlaufnre liaan (Illation 10 a.,!e. t under I lie provlelofla of II" . t oi 1 oua-rett, approved July I, 1 nu .net ST. aSSI M .Mi', Kan H.Tip.Hli., It M r'aal.W.M. aerial No. onm Any and all pereona Helming adveraely the laii.ta ileal ril.ed. or dealrlbed to ol.leel U'rauae ul Ilea Mih.t mi character of the land, ur any ..Ih.r reaaoii. In the dtgnoaal to et.pllrat :, hii.il.l file their afOdavile of proleet In Ibla aSaoa. on or before the let day of November. ItelA. a Wm. r.aaa. Kramer, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. t'Hllan stun I.akh 1)1,11 . I.akuvleer, Oregon. October I. Ills Not coal lamia Notice la hereby ilren Ibat Tom I. Cowan . ilauffer, Oregon, who, ou Mapteiuti-r tfn, IHIg, luetic llnuit-etea'l Mnrv No uno7, for t.nte I. . H.,T. V.'.S. K.fc! K A l-.ua I, .'.iK'.N K 11. , .', 6, Her. 1,1 . ml KB'ahk'e NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. rKITRI'MTATKrl I.ANIl OKKIl'IC, Hume Oregon, ot'lober il, U1A. Soil..' la lierel.yglv.nl ha 1 frjfca Kur.ek.of Nar ruwi. Oregon, who on May J, lull), made Koine lead Kutry, No oci..i,ioi -K'.N W 'A.).ot i,n. i u 11.1I l-ole ?and 4. Hue. I, I'tni 117 H . itallge Ml K , VMIlaraella Meridian baa Sled notice nl "1iet11l1.11 in ir.aKe final Ota year I'roof, tu calehlleh claim io (bo laud above de,t til-t 1 before Ktiglaleraud Receiver, at Hume, o regno, OS lb" ivth day of No., itit.ei. ivlii. 1 laimaut namea aa wltiieeaea : K I, It,... 1 ligi.t.l ..r..ii-l-,.'.. llllttij. Imun. frank Hronn, all of Naryowa, Oriron Wo K.aaa. Hegigtui. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I'HiTgi.rvrtTKn l.imi nrrn r, llurna. Oregon, Oi lol.ei .',, 1 .1 . Notice la hereby given that HonrrCary of Van- ator, Oregon, who, on October A, mil, made lloiiii.lv.it Klllry No.oj.l.ll.1111 HW'i-f',N Wt,. K.,WllTanieila Meridian, had Hi. a notlrteul la lelillou 10 makp IlligMlitt.e le.r I'roof In ea labile!) claim in the land above daoorlbad In tora Kaaiaiar ana Keieivor, al nurua, iiickou, oil the 'Ath day of NiimiiiIiiI .' I'.'le, claliuautnauiea aa wlttieaaea: B. J. Noble, A Venator, in. 11. ul Veualor, Oregon , J a met 'I'nv, n.eit.l, Henry Uaorga, bulb if l.awelt, Oregon. M vl f.vHiic. II. -, laler. t .!- eec 1. lap., o h . rmoge 11 Mlllamalta Meridian baa rllml mill.. of Intnniion lo make nnal fhroa jrear proof, 10 eelahlleh claim Iu Hie land above ileeitll -U-furr c. J. Htauffer r. H commlaaloiier. at Htaulfer, Oregon, on the.ihday of Novem - ier, ivin. 1 l.luialtt namea aa wllnraaeai K. A Yetk, C liavla. It. II. (layer, Hen DeWlM. ell 01 HI. ulfer, Oregon. jaa. r ncauaae, nagtaicr NOTICE FOR PUBUCATION I'NIIKI) Hi S I h- I.ANIl IIHIi I Ijiktvlew, Oreguu, oc lobar 1, Ml niit ooai. LaMB N'ollre la hereby given that William T. cowan ul hi antler, Oregon, who, on Hepleuibrr J -. II:, made boucaluad entry. No, OUiTv. lor M.1,, NUrt.,a,Nk',KWi,alidiSVNWi,.Hee,li,I..wii ahrp iS Houlh Range a Kaat. Mlllauiette Meridian, baa rll.il uodre of Inleutlun tu make three rear proof, lo eetabllan claim to Ihe land al.ivn dearrlbad, before c J.nteniti-r. c 1. oiiiinlaaioner, al atgurfri, ongou, mi On- sib day ul November, 1.1.V (laimaut nauira aa wllueaaea B A. Yeck. Il II. Heyer. C H. Da. la, li.n He H III all ol man tl.-r, Oregon. Jan. r. Bvauaaa, Keglater RICHARDSON'S Fall and winter Goods Underwear, Overcoats, Macanaws Ladies' Winter Wear Complete line in all Departments GROCERIES We are ready with a com plete line of Best Quality Goods to care for our cus tomers. Let us figure on on your big supply order a A, K. Richardson General Merchandise Agt. Buick Automobiles NCnCB OF CONTEST. UaiTiD STATaa l.aNuorrii-g 1 Hume. Oregon, OoiOMlU, mi.i 1'olluiirygharLurnut Dam autoatea Vou aro hereby nollllnd Ibat Irivlii (.Smith, who glvea Initio, Oregon, a. hi. poll olllee addreaa. dldmi o. b.1.1 1 71b imi., 1,1. In tl.la in bleiluly eoiriiliiii.li .1 ut(.i. niinn loenn- ifflie I .'Bt.tt uilaei'illt- 1 ho rati 1 1 ll.il I i.ntr II.. in nlrv.No. Harlal, Nu ti.i.'t.; 11 mle May IN. I'HWioi h", Hi'' livp ut, H , 11 tugeaii, K. Wlllaruelle Merlill.n, and aa gnuiuda fur Ida come. I be allege, lit. t .aid Itcnty Hliet i.ii.ii II abandon Ibla eutiy. u ai be haa 1101 rcald id I II 'i rim 11 for mo 11' lli.tt ... wont tig la. I paet . 1 hat lie tin. not I. run lit Oil. 1 utility fill Mora I hail a inarpaal , that On ut..it iinniil. Ilteie nu Ilea l.i vu ill 11. 1 .1 id. anil I be land wind I) .1. an. limed b) .aid Menu sl.eil.nui hag anl bean ou the .aid lnd lor moio lhau r.' ruontna nana, You are, therafutu. luiilii't n. .1111.. I 111..111,. aald alliigalluuawlll be lit. . il, anil itiur aald eulry will In- can..i!cd wliboul fut liter llghl lobe It. 'aid. ell In . oltli'i III on apinH1, It yon let 1 1 In Ale In 1 hla ofBce within I weltli davanllii lha fol'lt 'I'll publli a (lull of Oil. until ,-. 11. laVDWIl l.elnw. v till I 11111I1 r 1. ulli aj. 1 111 'i. ding lo ilieao all. Kail. .11. nl n at. log, iln 1 wlih due I your liuawnl nil III! bald I illlt'.lnlil 1 II In 1 llii.iianli i.n.of thai vim have auii liuawnl on Iln bald I .tlllt'.lii -l.lnleil 111 w 1 C ) nu ahould alato lit vutit tin- limit ogleo 10 which I Hale lii jour aliawi r lliu itaim of luu dt-alre liitun iinlli ea to 11a ai-lil 10 tin, Wh. I'AKKg. Knglalar. Data of Ural iiiibliegii.iii 11. 11. 1, it .in, in.'i. Data of are. ltd iiublliialluu Nm uniliei 11, IUI,',, Haiauf third imli'li tiili.it Nnveuilier 1:1 Data ol fourth publlcailuii Nuvt-tuliei .11 jvlft. CONTEST NOTICE, t'NITKD M Al K- i.U oh 1 1. ; Bin Hi. regou, October tU, )!.. To OiMrn I' Nr.la.iii of nurua, OrDguii , i'. i. Ytiu an- lu-r. l ti.illJii'il I list Martin W ita.. lev wbugtvop Bnrua.OieiiOh.uhttr p.iel oith v adilresw did on oiiober 6, 1UA, (lie lu tins: (H1cf her dul rarrulHirals-d atiplli hOoU Um'oii ut and iivini' the euceltallou of our Mote iieMtl Kuirr, Herlss) .Nu.U4l'U mad. Kebruar) l.. i''i lr sK'a. ut HotlOH , luHiutiii' niDpiAi.t.. w wwiiu.au, ana as khMiuuh lur In i i .iiiLi si tliatilltrtve ilioi aald iulrruiii ha never muuiiah.il reeidesW e iiiurtiju.imsi'Ut, .1 oi- improvement wbiin -vt on eald land, antl Imh wholly iti.an.l.iiM ,1 the niiuv, anil (he saint' It now v. dully duvoltl id any Itnpmve rnenie. and haa )eeu devoid of Improw nit. er ilnrv the data of aald entry, an. I u, eflVi rl . lisi.vwr lias been made lu comply with im huMMtOaVl la bj iltf aldrutr mati.ui l nu one lor or on hla behalf. You ar, therefore, further noUftod (hat lite wslil ellagalUme will bf taken 411 ooofesaad anl your aald entry will hooineeled without further rllil lo be heard, either bfer thla ..Mi. ii or on atal. If ).u fall to flli- m 1 t.ia iiidii turuty ilaya after the hoi Kin ,. til. man. .11 of thla iiotite, as ahown below, yourauawar. under iiath, aiaoolflcally n nul (iik In theec alleaatloua el run 1 eat, loj with tuo proof thai uu have aervad a op 1 yuur ansttiT on the aald uoittt'etaut elthir lu itt'iaou or by ri-ttlntt-reil mull. You shoul'l aiate In )our anawer the nann of the ("t oflbo lo which y.m dealir fnlU 1 iiodiKi tobeaeut 10 nii Wm h'Akaa, Kuvlati 1 halo of Ilrei publlratlou thiol. r th lv.. I 'etc if ki'fuud i.iit'lii'aii.in 01 tuber lit UML l-atuuf thlnl nul.ll' alhui Oilobvr a. WHY Date ol fourth publication tit lobar :. 1 i CONTEST NOTICE. I'NITKD MTATKH LAND OKKIt I Hum. Oregon, Ov low i ... H'l.i lo I lulatlail D I'onteaiai-, Fair Feed Yard GRAIN OF ALL KINDS Timothy, Alfalfa and Red Top Hay Baled Hay For Sale Free (amp House and.Feed.nt; Privileges in Corral or Harn. Customers Care For Own Stock. W. A. GOODMAN, Adjoininir Fair Grounds. W have a complete stock of Seasonable Goods Come and see the great variety Everything For Everybody CAIX OR SEND TOUR ORDERS The Burns Departmeot Store a ' Mt TUBitjafajafrr" nliaiii aait -g- mtmm A Oehler of Narrawa. Ongon lur wliu im. Hum., oiagou, aa her imai oilli i Y1111 .in In. tol,) liolllleil llia Maiggrut D. 1'im ,11, nnv am', uurua, i"ii,iiii, aa our iinai out a.l.lri'... ill it uu Oiilol.i.r ,'i, I Hi. lilt In llilai.rli Iter iluly I'liirolKiraicil a.uliatlou to t'olileal .ml in urvthei'auiallalloucl vmn llom null) , triel Hu. iv-i! uiaile Man liJI mil ! fur Ham a, niii'liou ,1. 11 UIU 11 1. h llaliHLi 11 Kaat. Wlllainet'e Meridian, ate aa ai, H. lui her inuteal aha allegeainalaelit euir)inan haa ni'iir uaubllahul rial'lenrc tberauli, im. iilaioil uu lu.uruveiuel.la nlialgnever on a.nl laml, ud l.i. a whull) almtidanad the gain.', ami thu .am la im w u Imi I v tlovulilot atijr iniirovi 1111 ut,, and haa lumii ilioliluf ttius muvin u.er alute theilat" uf ealil ontty, and uu ill in ivli.livir hag heen uia'lu In uollipl. veil Ii 1 1,,, iiniiii.t, il law h) On ..lil oi.lijuiali.'ir by am lain' furor uu hi' liuhi'it ) nil aru therefore, furlbar liotitlait thai i I a. lil allegallou, will be taken ami ) our aald eulry will be vautelod furlher right lu be hoard elthn ufliro or ou animal. II you I. II to Al, uliln Iwellly ilaya after lha fi iiunlii aiiiui uf tin. noiliia, aa abouu belnw I .newer, under ualh, an, i llnally i lug lu theae allegallou. ol loniait, togeihei lili due proof thai .ou hgvo getved a i . inn anawer ou thu aald loul.alaul a,lr I..., in ptiaoil or by r.iglatereil nit.ll. Vim alinulil .lute lu Your auawer the nai,i,i.,r Oo'l'o.ioilii'vtowhl. 1, iiii il. aire I ului lu be .nut tu uil. Wm. H'aaaa.Heglglir. Dale of llrat loibiliailoii ticUiher w, IWIfi 1 -in .in.1 iiiiiillcaiiuii Oi'tnnarla iih BUTTER WRAPPERS Printed in accordance with tegul requirement on short notice at THE TIMES-HERALD Job Rooms 1 tVOTIOH POl IMIBUCATION 'ATKN I.ANIl OKtMOBi Minna, oreguu, o lobar ,'i, ga.( i Hi. I David H Mote ' , ,, ' '" "" Manh lo. Ivio. ut, lur NWU, ''li. Kauge '"ia filed not lea ol lu ear uii.ijl toealab !""" '" : "a deaeiihod, Imfoie gggggg". '" iiii'.Hjr, al Sum., Oieguu, ou 1 mill. ' '"'" iiaatvia: I tv i , '"'!'" ''i I'l'tali. laaaoKuater, and al, all nl Ullny, Oregon. WN aai. U.gUier. NOTIC! Nollio 1. 1, uf rie'i II. iu 'i .,1 l- 1 4 T. S7 S. H gg all, Twn. MS.. I Sag flu llnea yvat nio CaaJBIaal. titer uu the Ullli iln, I'laluiaiil nut 'liilallaii s 1 eiuniM. Int. 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