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Efturcfoap, - ftcpt 14. 1910,
i.ocai. i limns
THIS COUNTY FAIR.
This i ua'"K to be u County
J'air iu fact, ns well us In iiume,
'At every point in the work we
fhonld remember that the Associ
ation in for the ait ire county.
It in your Fair, Whether ronnjy
people, antt it will become (ill you
ure willing to make it. Kvtry bun.
Jtiefis mail and professional iiinn in
file county ho, without Kecking,
cheerfully mul earnestly volunteer
jrilto do every thing he could for
The Hpiiit of cooperation uii nil
sides U ngreeubly nui prising, and
Crown J'rotir means (Jood Brcml
Try .a wick. - Iluxter & Ophoru,
NO'l Colt I'UIJUC'AIloN
Public Land Side
) jiartmcnt of ("be Interior,
Jty-paitiitont of the Interior,
U, S. Luiid Ofliie, The I)alle, Oi.
Notice )h hereby given that, ad di
rected by the eoiuinirtsioiur of the
(ieiural I. find office, undci piovisionh
of Hec. IM.Vi, R.S., iiir.u,iiit to Hit- j
npjilicntiiiti of Willie Ann Cfwsncr.Kc
tint No. 0i!l71, W(? will nfler'ntullir
d.ilp, to t lie highest bidder, but at not
kss I linn 2.0') per acre, lit JO .'JO
o'clock A. M. on I In- INtli day of Oct.
licit, lit thin office, the following
tract oNtind: KWJSWJ. 'K.rtim 11,
Township N, Hutitli Khiikc 2, East
Willamette Meridjati,( id AcrtM.
The unit; will not le kept open, but
will lie deviated closed when tlio-e
prcxent at the hour i);u;h-( lia ve eased
gr.i.ij-.n m' '-. i-i...i'i-- ;e?u::.
the county Kent people are pulling j bidding. The petrton making the
together ft) a way that is nu inspi
ration. If you will give it loyal
support it will be a winner. If
you do not, yaur Fair will be
Wc are desirous of improving
flic Fair in many ways. If yo
pan offer some tuiggLNtioii.that wil'
be of d irect benefit we will very
highly -appreciate the rpuiKsy.
Justtjror a card. .
iJPJIff gTW ART Secy
Return Enaiirnei)t for Tent Show,
The Interior Mountain Wagon
Shows with u cqnjpaijy of 30 peo
ple,' with tyind and Orchestra, will
play a return eiijjagenicnt ip Spray
Monday !cptetnbtr iif, in Winlock
Tuesday Sept. 19, presenting the
pig Western May, "Ti)e Gjrl of
Kagle Rock." Also si? bjg Vaude
ville acts. This i? the same Co.
tht presented "At Aaicricau Hp
bo" here last year. This year the
Company curfies all new jgecnery,
new costume, and their own stage
electrica) lighting effects, Free
show on show grounds af 7. $0 p,
ni., band concert on the 'street at
7.00 p. mj. Doors open a? 7.15.
highest hid will be required to inline
dialely pay loathe Receiver the a
Any person claiming' Adveritcly the
above-described , land are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before the time designated formate,
L. A, 150111), Receiver.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
l'liblic Land Hale Department of the
U.S. Land Office.The JLnIleS, Oregon.
v ' Aitjf. Titlt l'Jltt.
Notice i;l hereby given that, ns di
rected by the pinunisHiniKT of the
Genet nl Land Office, under provision
of Sec. 21.1.1, R. pin-Miant to the
application of Willie Ann CarsnerKe
rial No. 01.18,11, we will offer at public
sale, to the highest bidder, but at not
less J th an if 100 per acre, at 9.15
o'clock A. M., on the lDth day of
Oct. next, at this office the fo'lowing
tract of land: tfKjSKl, Section 21,!
T. S, S. R 2.", Last, W. M, (10 Acres) ;
Tlje s;ile will not be kept open, Out j
wjll be declared closed when those
piesetit at the hour named have ceased j
bidding. The person waking the '
highest ,bid will be requited to iiuine
308 X YES IS A VOTE
FOR YOUR CHILDREN
SQUABS DEAL FOR EASTERN CRECON
If you aro In favor of a arii-aro deal for the country
Kant of the Viwutlea you will vot? f"r and work for
Till-; PftOI'OKKl) KAfiTKHN OUKOON RTATK
NOICMAU tiCHOOL. AT I'LNDLKTON, OIIKGON.
Orrnoi) hint hut one Normal Kchool. T his neliool is
located at Monmouth ami Is not able to supply
moid than TICN I'KIl :ENT of tho tcachftrs tc
(julr'jd In tlio pulllc ncliyols of Oregon. Of the
more than six (honnantl twhers In our public
i:hoclfi. IjIJT 13 ITi.lt CINT aro rad;iat''a of Nor
mal WtioolH. It la u matter of Mmpl Justice to tho
(oniitry Kast of the f 'Hscudea to cstalillMli a Normal
t'cliool I'.itut ut the riiountaluH to furnish thoroughly
trained teachers for the sclioolu of Kastern Orcsou.
TRAINED INSTRUCTORS WANTED
Evfiry rcaidont cf Kactern Orogon has a vital In
terest In th u )iiKK8i! or litis, measure for Kastern
(rKo:i pays HUill MALAItllCM to Iter teachnra and Is
fiilltlcd to the servlcen cf TKAINKL) INSTKUCTOItS.
ONLY COSTS 4 CENTS PER $1,000
how MarU at Ms. Admission, (diateiypay tot!eivectver ti.e aiuoun
Adults 50 cents Ciildrcm;iier 12. jlbc?tor . .
3TS cents ' ' Any persons clnuuing adversely the
' ! above desciibed laud ire advised to
'The Spray Public School o-'fiieth eir claims, or objections, on r
pencd with an enrollment pf fif-; before the time designated for sale.
Iv name's. Tho neimurv crades ! I- A. liooth Kcciver
The ntinnal cost of rnalntenanre of th proposed
State Normal I100I amounts to BL'T ONK 25TH
OK A MILL OK 4 CUNTS ON' A THOUSAND DOL
l.AHM of taxol! proptrty. Isn't It worth this to
you to have your children trained to become U8E
I'l L ANU l'KOOUCTIVK citizens?
J. A. OimoHlli, tho State Superintendent of Public
Itis.iOiUlon. voices the ai .itlment the educators of '
lie stuto when nu says:
"Oregon's greatetit need tot Its rural schools Is the
teacher who bus bud full preparation to do her work.
Huch preparation fan best come through Normal
"I trust that tb voters of the state n-iil assist In
raising the standard of our schools by establishing
11 Stats Normal Kchool at 1'undleton. Tho location
is central, the Interest of the people of Pendleton in
education most excellent, and the large number of
pupils in the public w hools will filve ample oppor
tunity to all Htudeuts to pet the amount of teaching
practice required In a standard normal school."
The educators of the State Insist that Standard
Normal Schools be located in towns of C00O popula
tion or more and havinc ENOUGH C ft A 012 PUI'JLS
VOH TEACHER PRACTICK.'.
BE LOYAL AND VOTE RIGHT
Show your loyalty to tho beat Interests of Eastern
OreKon and of the whole Htate by working for this
measiiro and by votinf? VF.3 KOR NO. 308. By vot
liK YKS for No. .108 you will help to GIVE TO THE
SCHOOL CHILDitKN OK OREGON THE SAME
ADVANTAGES ENJOYED BY THE SCHOOL
CHILDREN OK Ol'U NEIGHBORING STATES.
Eastern Oregon State Normal School Committee
By J. H. Gwlnn, Secy., Pendleton, Ore.
Bed Steads, Springs, Mattresses, Blankets,
Quilts, Sheeting, Pillow Tubing.
QBjnro Mens High Top, .Working & Dress.
O12UL.O Womens in the Latest Lasts, also
the Famous Village School Shoo for Children,
GROWN FLOUR IZ? il wi"
PDnPCDJITQ Staple and Fancy. Specials
UIlUULrciCu in Diamond W. Quality,
Dry Gopds, Hardware, Ammunition, Crockery
Candies, Stationery, Harness and Saddles,
BAXTER & OSBORN;
become acquainted with
service is just what you
!. . -business,
a bank whoso
require in your
COflDOU NATIONAL BANK
maintains a department especially'organizecf
to look after Jhe live stock business.
Try an account with us. ' '
! Geo. B. Dukek, l'ros.
F. T. Hurlhurt, Cashier
A. (Jriiiner, Vice" Pres.
. yi. Ilosiirsf Asst. Cashier ,
Uhe Commercial Jfeouae
FOSSIL. R. SSr OREGON
with Mi?,s va Lmville tpachcr
jirei -J ;.
Grudo I PupiU 0
" II ' 2
M III M 2
, " IV 0 11. Total 24,
Tho hiRhcr prades with p L
Murphy teacher arc;
Grado V luils 5
' VI " 8,
M iv "
" VII " 4
. " "VIII " 4
u. IX ' 5 Total 2G.
Interest xcellent' Pupils and
eachere very conjfcnial The be
ginning indicate a very prosper?
ous year. Teachers solicit the
Rood will and assistance of all
th patrons, .
Dr. Tinnier Die wvll knpvv eye
specialist of I'ortland, will be in
Spray again Monday, Sept. 35,. at
Jlotel Cross, also Tuesday Sept. 26
Sfhool wlil soon cwninence.
Were your children backward in
thehlstudiex lust yetir ? so, it ti'iyht
hedte to eye trouble ot some kind.
An education obtained at the ex
pense eye Mlit is of slight val
ue. . It is better to obtain both by
feeing tint the children's lyes are
light. Children cannot tell yon
whether thilr eyes are right or
vrong. Bring thein to Dr. Turner
and let him give their eyes a .most
thorough seaiVung and scientific
examination 'with the latest im
proved electrical instruments, and
he will tell you whether their eyes
ate right or wrong. Is not such
information . almost beyond price
Yet there is no charge W consulta
tion or examination. .If tLey do not
neetl glasses Dr. Turner wilt most
positively ' not recommend, them.
You owe this to your children. Be
sure and let Dr. Turner show you
the uew glasses without lines or
seams to catch dust, strain the eye
or come apart. One light solid
piece of glass . which looks like a
single pair, yet answers the pur
pose of two, enabling one to rca,I
or do close work an see distant
objects perfectly. Don't forget the
0 7 10 2
Abstracts examined. Corporation Law. :
rtaancial Asenta. Trusts , Escrows and 1
Accounts. Estates probated. Collec- j
tions. . Deeds, Mortgages. General
practice in all courts. Correspondence ;
Solicited. Prompt attention. Bank
references. Fourteenth year. ,
LOANS PLACID ON PORTLAND PROPERTY '
Hosesso!in & Mosessohri -
7U.71S.716 Chamber of Commurc, Bids. 1
r -r-r- T " '
Sprai 2iator 21orks
'Dwelling, $150 par month.
Srrigation, $. 50 permonth, for I2 in
fawect 2 hours a Way.
3?nt payabto to 2tyrs. S.jC. Cross or jfvery Shown, on a
Aooret the 20th of each month.
New and Modern
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL TRADE
Sample Room in Connection
Mea.ls 35c and 50c & - Rooms from 50c up
T&Uc Service Unexcelled
J't'ro Protection 3!R to all SPatrons.
Uniting Learning and Labor
In its Six Schools nl Forty -eight he-
partinents is ennaK'eil in the Rreat worif , .
bi unitiinj Lenminii ar,.! Ul)..r. . ' j one of the best ba'looii men thrt
Frank Brooks, the balloonist who
has contracted "to do all sorts aero
nautic stunts at the Wheeler Coun
ty Fair, ' Tuesday and Wednesday
September the 19 and ?o, writes
the Secretary- that he will be on
hand without fail, Mr Brooks
was at one tune the youugest aero
naut iu .the world, hiving started
in the business with John Baldwin,
Forty-eishtl School Year Opens
SEPTEMBER 18, 1916,
Degree Courses rcciuirfhK a four-year
hi(?h school preparation, aro offered in
the following , ' V
AGRICClrURR, 16 Departments;
COMMKRCK, 4 l)eTartuicuts; KNGIN
KEKINCl,' ft Departments j MINKS, 3
Departments; I-URKSTRY, 2 Bepart
ments; IIOMB ECONOMICS, 4 Depart
ment!. ; "! PHARMACY.
Vocational Courses requMrifr an
Eighth lintile preparattoit forveutrance
are offered in Agriculture'. D;iirjii.
Coutnicrce, Forestry, Home Makers, and
Meehnuio Arts. Pharmacy with a two
year high school entrance requirement,
i SCHOOL, OF MCSIC Piano, String,
Hand and Voice Culture.
Otilotuc and .beautiful illustrated
Address Tlt.t Rkc.tstrar.
1 w-J-lS-16 to 9-7-18)
the world has ever konwn. Bald
win was killed at"GreeiivilIel0.hio,
in 1905, while exploding bombs
in the air. Brooks made his first
ascension when eleven years old
and has. followed the business con
tinually ever since, having made
nude over" 1 700 ascensions and par
achute leaps. He .says, '.'the. peo
ple of Fossil may rest assured that
if I have good veather Twill make
four balloon ascensions and para
chute leaps that will surpass an
thing they have evef seen in tha
line., . The daylight ascension wil
have a very good line of traptv.
work iu the air, nnd will explodt:
But also Increases the
50 PER CENT !
The year 1916
will be crowded with
the very best reading In
9 Great Serials
jsfm' 5$ wm
MM H 1
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
; r ;l)epartnieut Of The Interior. j " -
U. S., Land Office, The Dalles, Ore.
..Notice is hereby given that Goiner j K L LU
W. Hawes, of Winlock Oregou, who '
on May 1st 191,1 made Homestead! " "
j Kotry No, ?UC12 and on April 18th I ' , :
i I'JU made . additional Homestead
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE
cokvallw. oknooN I dynamite bombs that can be heard : tv'"ry iNO v"w wfw. i-
. .. . j , for many miles. The night ascen-; $u SESEJ, See.2i,-.N4NK4,NE
' ! JniiB mmII Vint? o rlnrTlmrr ,!,Vn,. ."V1. Sec. 24. TowbshiD S. -South
tr4flmi.a of fireworks up in the air at leas.t' "ngt 2 East Willamette Meridian
zuuo ieci auu iiKeiy limner, r , nas inea nonce 01 inieniior to mane
have several recomindatios saying ".final three year proof, to establish
that my acts are much more.thrill 9iHim to the land above described,,
iug than the flying machine. ,j before D,avid E. Baxter, -U. S. Com
inissioiier at bpraj , Oregon, on tbe
! lUtb day of October, 191G. Clairuaut
obtuinHl through tho cltl cntablinhod &3
'D. SWIFT ii. CO." arc txiiif yuickly
i St'iiJ amwit'iortsltetfCbcHaTid dascriniion
ot your mvenuon lor fhbii atMKtu
and reiMMrt ou'Mtbnt ability. W pet put
ents or no fax Wiito for our free book
of ;(00 nolod invent iiflvi.
B. SWIFT & CO.
Patent Lawvar3. Estab. 1S89.
It 307 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.
Of Baxter & Osborn
" : FOR SALE
Three Sets of Ued-sni inrs. Throi
Bedsteads, One . Dresser. Heatim: ! na'!,es a wit"essps; Fred A. Hale,
Stove. Kitchen Cabinet. Sivimr ! Oscar G. IJale. Henry C. llreedinp,
Machine and other bouse ijd. fur-. Thomas r. smith, aii of spiay.oe- Every Sack Guaranleed. - Manufactured bx?
lHsniiigs lor sale encap. way lie i goa.
seen at any time at my residence i:i j H. Prank Woodcock, Register,
tipray. Call and look thctn 'wcr. . ) H 10-19
J B Dvvt, '
Fossil Flouring Mill, fo5, or