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SATURDAY. JANUARY IS, IMS. flUBBUKIITIO RATBH: On Yaar !. yi Six Monlhi 1.00 Thrw Month 71 JULIAN RTKK - Maaar I A Johns, the Uakcr City man who wanls the republican nomination for governor, was the first man to gat his petition be fore the voters of this county ask ing that ht be placed on the pri mary eli-ilion ballot. ceive special treatment for eye Jtrouble, being in needy ii' aim stances and unable to make i livelihood, he was granted $S" from the general fund to assist him. The Times Herald having tin only list of subscriber Bttd, w.is designated as me count v oiini.ii papei for the year. I.oyd Johnson granted a license to sell hquoi i.i LawtG precinct for six months. I)r W. L. Marsden appointed secretary of the ii-unty board "I health. The levy for the vr.ii WM in.ule M follows: State t.i mills; county purpose-, 12 55: road purpose. 2 mills; school ptn- requirvt poses; 5 mills; nigh school pm oti his 1 poses, t.JS mills; buildme pin- a total of rllOH SCHOOL LITERARY. A friend MM remarked that if the new primary law each ..tndiclatc to Mam own platform that the numerous poses, ', mill, making aspirants had better be looking out before Hie Mippl, of lumber is exhausted. The law ,1,,, -im stipulate ihe rxacl ilmicnlioiis nor claai of lumber, The Timet Herald fhtdt .11 real estatt Bna la Mm iisserts positively thai laaat one city win Ontario is "knocking" this sei 1 and that upon more than one UO 1. ii" 11 people who stopped there for the purpose of taking the stage lot Harney county have been ikeaaraged and persuaded not to come. If such is the case it would be better to advise MO pie to come .1 diffeient route and five Ontario a "wide berth." Another land baaing bill h.,s 1'i-en introduced in congress ami it M run to be the m,,.: MBtiblt bill j pr. .limed on that line. It at least some features that have nevei before been em bodied in such measures that m.ikes it real) worthy of consid eration. Wlnl.- The Times-Her-.ild has always taken a stand against leasing the publu raagt, it has mve.tl.eless realized 1b.11 M du 11 would nime lo that .m.l that some cipiitalii, measure would be adopted whereby the range could be parcelled out in a t in manner and where the small holder would have protection and aojaal chaaca with the big guns Formet hills have been honestly ulvoiairil ! 1. presentatives m congress ami have been put foi ward with honest purpose. Tlirx were .ill well intended and no doubt curried into effect and pi o- peily BMasagi (1. or rather lived up to, they would have been, poaai bl , a henelit to the range sec tions of the west. mi,. how ever, wouldn't be the case. Mono polies would have lound a way to rv.ult llu l.iw and soon crowded the htlle fellow off. The text ot the proposed leasing bill appaan on the til. st page of this issue. I B mills. In the matter of the 1 Btl ot the J on. I Col-vell trial m M.illieui county the 1 lerk was Instructed to draw his warrant and lendii the sum of lifJtA) lo M.illieui tountx M payment m full Im the claim, that being the annum! lata amount due llainc COMOty, Tom I low, ml appoint'-d as janitor for the court house at a -.il.n of $40 per month foi siuh months as he is so employed. L. Harkey and George Fry, two of the sureties on the bond of A (tittings, the defaulting -heiiff. wen- allowed in settle the imoiini of their notes given this county as such svreties hv pa in' the pri1111p.il The migrator) Mock law being .le. land urn onstitution.il. tl" era! amounts 1 al at led b) the took inspectot from indiviilti.il.. as provided by this law, fiat M dercd returned to the parties boat whom it w.i mile, ted 0. E S INSTALL OFFICERS Tiv High BshOril lalorarv Sooir tf nirt feattrdajf afternoon at 2:Iii and matting ivns tailed to order by the pr.-sident, ('urtis Smith. The ' alnattt of previous meeting we e rend noil approved and lbs tress urerV report for last month was I accepted. The program for the afternoon 0 insisted of: Bonf by Boeielr- Rocked in the Cradle tf the Deep Reed i it f l.en RaMaton Voaal ' bii Byrd Kin and Helen.' Boala Biographioal Bketth Kmn.11 Muilor Debs R iehrt, That Ability is Batter than Opportunity Af- firiimt I v. . Jot Thompson, Irving Miller 11 ! Mary Kaal Negative, II Hamilton, Raymond Sie- IkI Bll h Terrill The pi. -iil.nl appoinleil Allot critn Prank Ring John mil Vivian .Inrilan uulgcH. I hi judges decided In favor of the negative Bong bj Boeiety Louie my Pair ( Charaeti r i Vc t -1 1 Ada Niml Beading I leorgt ( I rat ley (Jnarlel Ploy Thaaietea, Myra King, Prank Tbomgtoa, OIK Um t'urr.'tit BventS . (ierlic Harnes Song by Soeitv Nellie (J-ay After the critic's report we ad- earned al I 18 BevereJ visitors were pr, - ot and would be glad to see u larger number tlmrc next Fri-!.- Those on thl program committee ' 'I; are. Ilelene Swain. Rlanth Terrill and Irving Miller MARNE LOCALS the woods with logglag orews nil I.ndies 'velvet lopped shoss Fred of which is for the prosperity or Raima i " the community Mii.ing added to my stock of Mr Jamtt Gilbert end Wm Mor- Rllllnsry, notiaaa and ladlta tpeol rison were in lean on Friday titles I llneof Ilomem.ide Candies. , ,, ,, .,. ... i I will receive orders for them or to i, .11 iinmiiion iiiiii nue oi'puri ml for a visit at Jo Ituchanaii's Wednesday efWooao. Mrs llattie llastic sayti the local demand for kOOM made tend let ke.p- her stock of sweets very low. The winter neten In Millinery he- ing over and loo enrlv for spring trade she has mOft time for the Csnilv milking ami N, lions. S S Williams of I'rewsey, mnti.'t er of 0-B stage line pissed through Thnr"dav en roul. In Hums have you call and snmpl. Mrs liattie Battle, Harney Oregon MHU'K OF FtNAI. I niler il ile of .Ian Btl Burki ,, tin Secretary The Harney Hoanl tf l r "I Notice Is hnrehy glen that tlie nn.ler-litrrii-.! lias lileil lii t linn account as Ail- atlnistrstnr ol rbeRttatsei Praak Lar- sen, ilecessed, atd Mm Hon. II. I 1,, en i 'iinty .in,l(ie. has tpyeiaMI Ilea day, IheAtD ilsv of Pehvaery l'ii. at in I in. ut Hie Start Inline at Huron, t tin time innl pis,'.' for the ocarina ol .. In sni'li liunl greoiint niul set tl. men! tliereof. All '. i- i ii, i.'.iulr, , In (11, their objections, II ny, to saiil Itmil nremuit "I f,,re mid .1 1 I of Sipnr. C II Davit is sojourning in Horns and taking lessons in latidtfj fr.'in .1 R Wallin - Thv msrriiige nl ('has Y I.oggan mil Ii. Alma I. Itower on Wed nesday Dtt -Tib al I o'clock p m look place at tin residence of the pnrenls uf in. Iirnlr, Mr and Mrs Mat Ret I .1 Irwin nfli- elated tad Mtr Irwin presided at ritk i i koto -..lectioii .if W i liii ItelN, There wre no The groom wore a tuatoosen MitofUaafc, while the hride appeared in white silk, bridal ith oniMiii. ut- ,! Mange, bins- illy I few relatives were . tnd among those present Iht lather and inoih-r uf the linn mol Mr- .1 II I.oggan p treats t the Mr and Mrs tad i. M.. iii I'lioiuas H H nil . , Assessor J K l.ngg.tii ami t.uuilv from Hums Mr and Mr- Hurl.auk (May of Devid I.oggan uncle of I . I." I . . . I 0 ... , ,. , iu'imiiii. ..hub r.iin i.ugu.in sisier oi hsthei Schwart, Ksier: M . , " ., . .. .. ., , ., .,, gf "ii, ami .miiiu ami i n wsvis M.Kini,,.-.. Martha: Mat.,, Ml ,)f vultHl) , ler, Electa; Eva llyrd, Wardei ..,..,, ,-n.i.-.l u,fi mm -- Burns Chapter No. 40, O. 1 S. msialled oflicers last Mooda) evening to serve for the ensuing c.it. Past Grand Matron Clara Marsden acted a- installing oll'nci tatittad by Past Voith Man on Flora Woldenbeig as ni.trsliall . The olliicrs installed wen I . I nora Ciowan, W. M.; Wm Millar, W '. P ; I.inma McKinm-. , M Marie Carpentci , Baey.; BtV Sweck, Trcas ; Ada Allen. BOH ductress; Ella Motlicishcul. ci. il- londuciress; Mi- I Oltagi I'liaplaiii; I'lu.ebi 1 .'11.111. .Minnie v. i.venei'i , kuii B0OJM new and interesting fea ture have developed in the rail road situation during the past week accoidiiig to rumor 1 i now asserted thai to follow up the Malheur river would be a dif lu ult and twpeiiniw puce of en gineering owing in tl la, 1 ,.,t it would be MCeetSn la cross and recross the rival al fieijuent intervals in ordei ti- eliminate sharp earvat nd building bridges across I slieam ot thottiat Ii i" dsRd'l play. llcside-s, thus, who are familial with tin- topography uf that sei lion assert that there are gorges where the spring freshets would endangai the road bed ami hridges unless they wete elevated lo a (.onsidsrable heigt.th. It appears that anotiiei route now is being entertained lo bring the road out above the nvei am! Iom Allen, sentinel. Mi- I , Organist. Immediately following the in stallation ceremonies the presiding otlicet caused the retiring Woiiln Matron, Mrs Wolden!erg, to be escorted to hei -laiion and with .111 appropriate and kssfJM eaeeji h pre sented her with an emblem pin of a Fast Matron, a present bum her a-s,'cialc- in the lodge a- ., inken and in racogaitioa of her work during the t-rin of hot ..tin 1 After a short rOOttt a -inn UlUti al pio'-iam BM .mlei.il which arm ioHowad bj an tsegam baahajtnlt aata I ..uuiiuiiy serv laarhtoa gsaparad Iiji mambais . ""'' '" " t... Ordar. 'lake., in Bj il MM ' '' " ' 111 iiii- .,in 0. tim north part of town a- I0OO thu iieeiMtS baiNJM ar. uiad. fur their iipoii'v tkoul Jan l.'i. Siple 10 token ol' respect mid affection Hardly had the notes tf the cilding march and eongrat- . Ttlaalan ceased when the : a Uige group of In, 11, 1 .mil neighbors was heard veranda and upon the p- tl tii in kit and groom I.- irt tSptaaatMal ti good wishes w, mi, .1 l, the sereuaders ud bj Mr am! Mr. I. M II miilim, It was said that at least a iepr -eiitative 1 1 ,id. every iuniiy, at liuiui! in town wus present ami il is a ttgiiiucaii' laet ol lb, raiimu tion in whii.li the young couple are 1, -nl bn.i. 1, cake and other choice am glad the Hoard i- ini- in matter, which ir, tf mi, 1 II lo Barney Valley I think ii you gtt on1 Ihe pamphlets it tontem plated and end tle'in :iniiinil a- you have been lining heretofore von will h doing a good work along thai line 1 am very glml to know the arteeian trail i (lowing and hop" the ,.h , 11 increased next spring wle put Ihe lug pump M for a fen d I I will bring out with BN la the spring a drill nut lit I mpltte M I can go down se eral Iminlr. I ver this way we arc pleased with thu presentation of Hi p' -pacts of rail mud tSteationt ui Oregon as shown in the Portland papers and arblls Mi'-v do HOI pi1 ticiiliirlv make 1 deflnlk itsi aftoaahlni Haraet ii m tan not keep np enough fuel and nliiw Ml imrii to ut'r 1.1 iheui Ihle nay, we ought 10 he left mil Hi lie , M oil the mountain sole Hui in not discouraged and will still ke.p 1111 so when the tr.i ; is laid We will l. ,cail ' the "Hras- Collai KIOMTM UK Ult I WMINUION 1 H.M I Three examination-, mum ill . 11. 11 irnev tonnt . a felloe Kehruary I. '.'. IMM May 17, 18, 1 September '.'., IB, I L PROGRAM. Thursdays Arltliiuetic. writing, history and civil gm eminent. r'fidas- (irainui I QaagrapRj ami laoliing a soi 1:, ju ui ,,1 1 urioNfl Question- III the fullowiug sub je, 1- .vill bt lak.ii from Iht loll.ns ing sources: (isographv Stale Oooiat of study, the course print in Frye's Kl'ineuts of geography, map ipies iom- 11. bath taaree tod lot print oi Fryes Rlemenle ol Oeographt BgelRag Fightv per cent frOM mlteallai t leal words in I 1 nl oi,l In, 11U pel cent from inauusi 1 Ipl MTritii g " I meat tl panaian ship a- indicated in copied umttei and from manuscripts Language Ite. d- (traded Lee suns in K11gli1.l1. no iliagraiiiiiiiug ( ivil (ioveriiiiient tinted Slate Constitution History List of topics from History Outline 11 -t.t. ,,nr-, n Htudv and Current RvtoM Keieetiuli' lubmlUed, M, Iv RIQBY, ( oniitv Huperlatendenl nil. is. Ti HMM. Idmleistrater t the Ksiati. of lnk 1 ileeesseil. I sn,l A I Inn.' noTici roR pi i i.h'ation. - 1 vn 0111, 1 Hilin. 111 v., ii,,. ii ii. rr,., yi,,.,, 11, hi in eosaellsaee I " ill, II" I ' jr,',, nl I l.ii II,,- a' ,,( I'slir.irnli V'V. ,111.1 . ,1, n, I I n l,n,' ' Oils In, ; . . ,, plntr iiifntd. I I taarli n- nl Halhrnr. ' ,' 11 ,,, v.. si, f., 1 1 I II Jim" 1 . M We have the Hoods- We make the-Prices We gel the Trade. JOHN DEERE PLOWS DISC PLOWS SULKY PLOWS T7v7"stlfeirL DPlo-xrs Harrows of Every Description In fact Farming Implements of all Kinds. COOK STOVES. HEATING STOVES, Camp Stoves. In various Patlerns, Sizes and Prices. Shelf Hardware Builder's Supplies. Doors, Windows, Qlaaa, Paints, Oil, Varnish, Etc CEER & CUMMINS, Burns, Ore. '";:;: notioi roo pubuoai ion ,'.'.',' '.,', unitiii -1 n 1 sanm 1 N Ilium. OfSfSe, i, .'nilwi 9 IMS. I la in r.'lo soon Ihsl IMOfe I Suffcsn n l.lt,,n.t Ni. ( ,, . , ,.,.,1 ,,, 1,1. ' M. Ill f.T III,' II, I 'U), o,. . . n.l I in ' li.il . i . ob, i. ..I. - K I.I.I .ill ,v i linlnn ,i.i.) m . Kriltlvr II, l-Mllftll .ill -,f ll.lll - M ll.lll It' . '. lull printing nl ri'io-on uMe prloee. tmminittnmnnittt:u:t::u::t:mutuunr:t:irttiit n asi.w . bin .sown Sr.t,4f.l Vlt.-Sr..,!.'1 Harnoy County Bank. ' Aalhortzed Capital. $5tJ0UI. Burns, Harney County, Oregon. lion m iisowN. tesMei ' m...... '1 IH . .Ii . 'HIT. Ii I I Jlliev 'i.l I til WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. I ,n. .ii,.ii. I in. I, ,n -Purl. A Aimri,'.in Hunk. Han I ''si.. 1'ir.i National liank, I .nisml. Ore., I ir.t National Hank, OaMwell, i.l.i .:.i:tuuumatn::;:nu:::tui::.ntmi:'...itttniutnttm.. Burns Meat Market North of Foil Ufliu nn Main Si. Pork, ioniiii, Bolognaooj lAwr . ausiiiu in ana ...a .1. li li l QdAitity. '.our fi.tiiouafc aalkit.d. JOHNSON & I ELTON, Piopt C.fllK yUy' )!' THE OVERLAND MOTEL Ikh taassaaiafasaaiM :: . ' r?Wntfllfr very pleasant son i. .iit.in and on. most tlioroujjlily enjocil i ah present. i-iii.Kii i h i r NOTICE The list of Judges anil Clerk lor the cowing June election has been wails bv the County Curl t III January Term, and u inn- ejpjf of lainr is posted in the ollic ol tie Cuunlv Clurk for i,,il,li, m. .n,,. i',... 'iv.. ii ii i ... ' j ne i niie-1 leiaio n.i- li li om a 'l'i. '.... reliable tQUfCa tli.it engineers arc ii recennoitering up liully creek in .N allieur eotinty with a view of buillinn, ovei a different mule which vmiuII brio", the road into this valle through the MM from l'ine creek to Rock creek and out Bjejal abov. tln eity. It is rc.illv worthy of consideration on the meiiib of the MtM yi.ule anil other favorable leatures tlich as timbei , livhuj n rat an tad aa abrupt climb out to the west. The Times-Herald has no in Miu inlorniaiion on this matter and cannot state positively what is beinj. done in this respect, but knows that it is being considered j b tha railroad engineers. ill int-.-t in soeeial . -ion on Wednesday the 7th day of February, 1900, to hear anil de termine all objection, reunnstrun tat and suKgestions froa. eleetoir in regard to said appointii.cnl I li, I ourl will al., on sanl ila ae! iis)ii all aplicattoiiH for a)pomt meut as Justice of the 1'etn i- loi the diH'erent oreeiucts of the Coun ty having uu regular qualitied .lu- iii- lor the purpose of the ngistru lion of electors. My order of the Court. A i lebl tSainMotlmrMiif.nl. (tall Clerk 10UNTV COUKT. John Uieedlove a lesidcni of tins county now in Cortland lo re- CALL HUk COUNTV WAKHANTS. Notice is hereby given that there are fuuds in the county treasury for the redemption of all warranto registered prior to Nov K), tfOfi Interest on the same will cense from this date, January 6, lttOti. J M Dalto.n, Treasurer Harney County Oregon. .Much sympathy is kit fur Hun Kola Uriukwater and family in their eoiiliiiemenl on account of soiioilon svlifa a light form of Hear si but 'in ojuaraaliat estaii lished i tie i Minn:,; as local H nl ol heukh has been very llrllll ami nu other rase has devrl- uu li hui lit Marshal c A Hiuiifa slates ti, .1 ii,- ii... instructions from th Uaal rapratanlativt of tin- htat of health la nresirve ipiiir-, iiitlne rtfUlaliaai with the familv i h.r a tieek oi ln das longer until all prehahilii) tf Inlaation i past ami propel illolnk-ctrt ills used fir fuuiigation as provided by law m iiirh carter. Too uiiii'h i.Tedit can not lie giv.n tin OotlMil for their pioiupt tatlttPB and careful meas- iken to pn serve the sulely of the coiinuiiuitv Iroin ti.e tlttat' trmis I'll'ei'is of contagion and while very disagreeable t the lam i J v io be tu isolated it i- aeaeats! for the hiialtb nf the couimuniiy Tin- schools have not lieen reopen .-il ami no action vill be taken by Hi,- directors until satisfied that it ir, perfectly Safe lo do so. l nrlili , .1 .i ,irr.i!,t i-Hileil l. tin Clerk ui Iht t '"inn ( tin nl II, v Slate of Oregon, ler tin ( , niiiv ol IUrii,' , n, lin- illlc, l,-,l, i,, nun. ni, Iiiik me I,, ev en lbs tf.Mi.li ami . I.atl. -.- Ilu ililli, ,ii.iit Issneyets sieel In u..- deltetjaeal ui roll fui Mid , uiiiv Uir tin- yen there! i tttttaed, iii'l II lion, be leilinl, (lieu Umjii the rial ir, rl , an Ml ,,rll ami deserilNHl in the saiil .lohuipieiil luxrull, of so much thereof as shall sat isfy the amount ,, t , . cliarge.l thtie ill, together with the. o -li- ami SXIteiiae, I imv.' tel levied spee tin i,iioiug Jetcriheil pieces or utrcela of Ihi.,1, uf mi forth ami ileacrllMxl in t-aitl tax li I, lllig uml heing in talU llarne) 101111 ISlale of Oregon, ili-niil.-..! ami M aa (ollowb I'ruHluiil. Wiu., I.,,i.." ami I ni book Is in llarneN $4111 lleinhree, John, l.ol. .1 ami 4 in see M, 1 1 , M, i. .11 . . H SStSS Hall, N.-H.ll, .. M i M r -.'7 e., 100 MSSS Kill.-, Tim, e' , ..'4, W M, 1j 14, r. 30 e., let 4 ami ..', '4 e. Ill, ami n.!, n '4, fc. SO, lp. H, 1 :1 e., 15h aereu Miller A U.gK- I l 7 ami , ulo, I li, ll'irie. Norton, trunk, ' .'., ami ekj sw'4, SSS, I ip- It, r. Si e., hs) acres aetata, hate, lot ft, la block u, Burn. I-. k' Lunate; & Data's FALL AM) WINTER WOODS ARL NOW IN. arc now able to show you a larger ami more ininpl it htock than ever before. 'in prn.es are its low as tliov un be sold. Our lines in DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS iunir.rist the newest and mtst Inantifil thing out. We' have also a new line of j LADIb' RAIN 10A1S, QMS, JACKETS. Final Cleat, Wr-'l Ap;,citi a I ;.. use 1 . 1. ii.iii. . - ul. . , ,iin,ii.,i UATb: .al 3 ajetj; Rosses SI ctull, Siogic bcd .'? ctiils Stoo at the Ovarl nd Burr, i, Or XstAefSi DROWN MBieMeHssK em ..aeaa K Wm&WirWm IS drugs, medicines, drugj i i J rfurnes, stationery, bom 0 plies, etc., ever brought to I j finest wine and Uquori lot mi 4 purposes always on hand. J Ants for Any Periodical Publish. , 101 K IMJCIOKS PKbtHIPllSN (ilVtN SPtClAl AlllSIHIN. t THFCITY DRUG Slot 1 H. M. HORTOIn, Fropt. vsv,v tatMia I 1 aeeaejejaa) e.. ,, 7i3Sss!sses resei'tliilly nun,- tin- ,nilh' to i'all on u ami see our goo.ii. .mil get '..in .il e Wi, uuiir.iiilei' Mitislactioii. 'v '.ire here to hull. I ii our.hiisiiit' - ,ui,l ,r ,m li, tin it Hith LOW PRICES -SQUARE DEALINC. ;ti !- o;i :mti!:;tt:it:::t::mt:;:rt:ini:..:'.::::niiui::iimiinuurutt:t:m:::i!:t::tir:tt?nttt G. W. Clevenger & Co. FURNITURE, PIANOS, UNDERTAKING. CARPETS, MATTINIiS. AL1 PAPER, hOCAHTS, MATFRtSSES, REERlhERAlORS, BULUIXi ltd CARPET PAPER, KUOIIMi. Our Stock is complete in Every Particular See u lirnt anil Bjtl n, Main St , Burns, Oregon oumtimtttr.tsuiKuminimnuuotmr.nunuuttuntuututuotutti BURNS LIVERY AND Ffcti) j i AJLC LEWIS I (.Altl.l IT, P o;.t, S) rial nth hiivn e to trans .,, ,,,u :lit Uu ins. ".M.s.r illyi Wk Osia mw Rum on it (i ml Voni ,(.,. goJioin aa! Hal I , Oregon. Special l i n Given All! I J to Conduction Serais dkBttJUU VI.U iVIl u.i tiH H. , ' nun Aiu UlMli: DAI M.ALL IN CONNEC1I0N ITH BARN. Siloi . Iiio, ae1., .a '4, ar. 31, In. There is aa usual after holiday quiet afleatiofl tin- inercliants at ,' no ijiiile a number uf nlir tlliatat are over about tlie Island leetling stock and others are up in 111, r :il e ami loti I .mil I, MS 3, in. 20, r. 31 e., inn acrwe. . . II IN Siuima, Austin, e'.j sec 3n, lp. r. 31 e .30 acres vn .s Ami oil Sluinlay, the l'.llh il.n nl I -I. ruary, ltMai, at ilia liuiir ol In ,,' lo k u ui, ol saul ua, ,n oiy ollite in Hie ...nit houM, in said comity uinl uitc, I aill Mil at public auction for cash, tha above iteacribtxl raal eslate, to the nemou who otfera to pay th. sai.l aeliiiipieiit Uxfe, penalties, inlereat ami tseraing coal , and take a cartititale ,( .ale al the low eat rale of interim l,,.l Al.l.k.N, MioiiII ol ll.iruey (oinily veeeeeeeeaeeeeeee-v-ey.a IjlCj puiCL DUKlio DHK- flM BfllLCY proprietor. pne Wines, Liquors and Cigars flints for Maryland Club Wbiskif CLUB R00M5 IN CONNECTION LVERYIIIING flRTT CLHS J Courteous and obliging Mixologists -ee . ee.-., -.-. BURNS MILLING CO. HORTON . 8AYER, Propts. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Rustic, Flooring, Moulding, Finishing Lumber. Neareat Sawmill to Burns. Cood Road. Lumber Yard in Burns.