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SIu imcs-JUva(tl MTURlUY OCTOllEn SO. HI HllltSClUlTlON KATKH- Out Year.. . all Moulin.. Throa Month tttl.lAN nvun - - - utx. Id- to Whilo Harney county. soil and climate may not bo adopted par ticularly to fruit raising as a whole, thero aro portions that will possibly equal the most wide ly advertised portions in that ro spect. Such fruit ns is jrrown is fine. However, it doesn't need to boast of its fruit producing qualities when it will equal any country for ccrinls, vcKotableu, such as onions, potatoes, sugar beets, colerv. asnaracus. etc. It is also ndaptcd to cranberry cul ture and has manv advantages in tills respect that is not nt pre sent taken into account. Its iso lation and the discouragement incident to lack of market has kept it in tho back ground thus far. Another injurious feature in the lack of knowledge of tho bier tinners of tho stato as to oui resources. Tho Portland papors are densely ignorant of what tho Harney country is and its groat resources. Says the now Stanflcld Stand ard: "Tho people of Orogon have a grouch nt tho idle land speculator. There are too many of him and too spread out.' The man who invests his wealth in upbuilding a community, in irri gating arid tracts, in upbuilding his home, is welcome and more. But the speculator who obstrncts developmeut, levies weighty tri bute on the incoming hosts of capitalists and laborers, sweats others but never himself, and dodges his just tribute to tho welfare of society at every turn such a man is regarded by a constantly increasing host as a good element to discourage by any practical means." An article in the current issue of the Westerner, written by ono Edgar L. Hampton, under the head "Harney Valley llampnnt," is disgustingly amusing. The writer states ho has the Infor mation second hand from Mr. Dum. the writer expresses a desire to see this section before tho advent of a railroad and we hope he may have the opportun ity for then ho possibly can write something for tho Westerner that will be something near the truth. This cannot be said of the article he has already writ ten. Local farmers should got their soil in readiness for tho moisture that comes during the winter. The past two exceedingly dry sea sons have taught us a lesson in dry farming methods. We may not have a repetition of them, but it is best to be on the safe side. The good yields of grain this year has proven that with proper soil culture we may ex pect a profitable crop every sea son, therefore take advantago of this fine weather to place the ground in shape to hold the moisture. The Burns Commercial Club is now preparing for an active ad vertising campaign during the winter months to induce capital and settlement in tho great Har ney country. This work should have the support of all good citi zens who desire the development of this country. Conditions will change quite rapidly in the spring and we shall see a great influx of people. Let us induce the better class to come. The tendency to the improve ment of stock of nil kinds by local growers is commendable and should be encouraged. Every year brings better stock strains into local herds and it will im prove more rapidly from this time forth. Tho county fair is n Btimulqus in this respect and a factor little considered by tho average person. It has proven beneficial to those who haye participated, Tho recent sale of tho Alvord ranch to now people at a big figure evidently means tho cut ting up of tho big ranch into small holdings and disposing of it. It is too much money to put into an isolated property and al lowed to remain for an indefinite time awaiting development, This is, perhaps, tho forerunner of other such deals that will mean tho rapid settlement of this territory. No other section of tho United States has tho quantity or quality of vacant land that wo have for tho prospective settlor. All that niwasnrv to nut an industrious family on every 1G0 aero tract of land in tho Harney country is to lot tho puoplo know wlint have. wo DAVIS-DALTON. A vorv nrotty wedding' was solemnised at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dnlton last Wednesday evening whon their daughter, Merle, becanio tho bride of Alma Davis. The corc monv was performed by Rev. A. J. Irwin of tho First Presbyteri an church in tho presence or a gathering of relatives and friends. Mrs. A. J. Irwin play ed tho wedding march. Allen Jones acted as best man and Miss Delta Dillard was brido's maid. Followincr tho ceremony and con gratulations of those present a nico wedding supper was served in the dining room. Mr. and Mrs. Davis aro among tho most popular young people in llarnoy County where both lmvo lived since childhood. The bride is tho eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dnlton and has been a teacher in our public schools. She is a very sweet girl of sunny disposition that has won her the esteem of Her wtuo acquaintance. Alma Davis is a son of Jasper Davis of Harney and is highly respected through out Harney County as u man of honor. He is engaged in farm ing and will take his bride to tho farm near Hnmoy. where they will make thoii home. The Times-Herald join a host of frionds in extending very best wishes for a happy and prosper ous life. Where (lond Guessing l1n. The members of the local Uo bokah lodge have a novol plan of raisinglfundslwith which to as sist in furnishing the new Odd Follows.lodgo.'rooni ncaring'.com notion. Mrs. Frank Cole, an enthusiastic member, has dona ted a fine feather quilt of her own making to be disposed of for the boneilt of tho fund. A glass jar hns been filled with beans and it costs each individual 60 cents to guess nt the number of beans in the jar. Tho near est guess gets the quilt Tho jar of beans is at Lunaburg & Dalto.i's and one may take as many giioMos at 50 cents per an they desire. Get a ticket and try your luck. NOTES PROM SUNSI-T. Ananias Mr. Parkins and wife left for their homo in Grnnt County, Tuesday, after mnking annual proof on Mrs. Parkins' desert claim. Thomas Dawson who was threatened with pneumonia last week, is much improved. R. D. Stahl arrived homo the first of the week from John Day with a largo load of fruit and vegetables. W. It. Dawson was at homo during the sickness of his father. He returned to the Island Ranch Sunday, where ho is operating the largo ditching machine for the P. L. S. Company. Mr. Hibbard and son went through the valley last week witli lumber. Wo did not loam their destination. Several of our families who have children of school age are moving to town instead of send ing them to their homo school. This is wrong as wo have a good school building centrally locatnl and our school is in charge of u compotont teacher, Miss Ncwi Hodder. Evoryono should help encourage this school after the citizens have worked so faith fully and built tho school house cu of their own pockets, Not only this but it may handicap some of them when they make final proof on their homesteads. Robt. Sottlemyre has" purchas ed some of tho fall wheat which J. M. Dalton i'b introducing in tho country, "Gold Coin." Whonevor thero is anvthimr to holjfari'tho improvement of the county you will nlways find Bob in tho lead. Collin Dawson and ChcB. Hib bard will furnish the music for tho big dance of Nov, 5. A LOST nix Years ago elk wero numerous on tho upper South Forkbutnono have been seen thero for several years, consequently thero was much excitement at Canyon City tho other evening when Sice Par risli reported by phono that a lono "Elk" had become lost from his "herd" and after roaming ubout without food or wutor four or five dnyH showed up nt Pnr rish'a ranch and reported ho lmd "found himself." Some of the local sports wero for organizing n hunting party at once, but Sico told them it was tho closo season for elk and tho trip was abandoned. After joshing nwhllo Sico said Fred Eppinger catro in that afternoon having b n lost from his companions fi . four or five days, looking pretty ragged and hungry. Ho asked for food, shelter and clothing until ho could rccupumto and bo ablo to return to linker City. -Hluo Mt. Eagle; This ; . porhnps, the sumo man montioned in our last issuo as be ing lost in the Emigrant Creek neighborhood. wmcrly Happening. Gray Kenney and August Hnarstrich lmvo gono to Vnlo after supplies. A literary society will bo orga nized at tho Thompson school house, Tuosday night. Mr. Kilby in back to his home stead again. David Williams is working for Oron Thompson. A $500 cabinet grand plnnu for snlo cheap. Been in ubo only a short time, For particulars apply to Mrs. J. P. Brown, Drewsey, Oregon. Archie McGowan and associ ates who own tho Harney Coun ty Abstract Hooks nro reincor porating n strong company. Thoy nro putting two first olass nbfllraclorn to work and by the flratof tho year will lmvo the books nil brought up to ditto and modern in ovory prtrliculhr. No means will bo spared to make this abstract business ns com plete and thorough ns any in Eastern Oregon. A compotont and experienced title man will lmvo charge of the books and will soon bo ready to handlo all business in that lino. Tho wholesome litirniless given leaves and lender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub, give to Dr. Shoop's Cough Romedy its curative proportion Tickling or dry bronchial coughs quickly and safely yield to this highly ou r tivo Cough medicino, Dr. Slioop assures mothers that thoy nan with safety givo it to oven very young babes. No opium, no chloroform absolutely nothing harsh or harmful. It calms tho w-lllUw.l.-u.."Mi'iii ...iiu 'u i'iii,',MmywV7r?rr '. -'" " " " " r "-, j,iUI .inwmiT i m .!!. :.. .....!. ,. ..,1 Iw.ulu rk.. Grant Thompson is going to- -" "'"."" DUUOltl vu uiuiiiwtMisvm - '- Wanti'd A young lady to work in nn ofilco. Fair educa tion only necessary, $40 to start with. Address, P. O. Box 54. 'Phono your orders to tho Cash Grocery & Bakery for bread, pica, cookies, fruits, etc. Deliv ery ma lo promptly. Cottrlll & Clemr-ns nro prepm 'ed lo do custom work with their i portable saw mill located U ! miles woat of Cold Springs on j Poison Crook. Lumber for sale. J Got youa permit and lmvo them jfiaw your lumber. Towns art' reasonable. fhe CASH GROCERY & BA.KBRy J! Located In I'raicli Hotel 11 Best quality Fancy nntl Staple Groceries, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Confectionery, Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. FRESH BREAD, COOKIES, PIES v 3 Telophono orders will recolvo prompt jvttentlon Free delivery to nny part of tho city. j&. T7 rES-A-oxnsnE,, sropt mmmmmmjmmmma0mmmmmmmm'y0mm 21 w U"j" ftWl Shoop's. l.ttMrl lit HIll hnMi tltin fldll ;0u,or. Demand Dr, D. A. Brnkcman nnd son ar-1 goij hy oe, n rived Saturday, from Ontario, ' with merchandise for his store. , w o CMfe a t0J II. F. Ringcn, accompanied by ( 0 flg cnrofu, a you cttU( you his sister and brother-in-law, w occaaioimlIy Ul cold, and visited at Waverly, Sunday. whon , (,0i ROl n mC(lieinc of Thoy were looking for govern- ,noWM r0,ial)iiity( ,m that has ment land that would be desir- nn e8tnb8jiwi reputation mid able homestead entries. . that is certain to ..fleet a quick Henry Reinhardts has returned cure. Such n medicine is Clmm from llarnoy where ho bus been berlain's Cough Rcmedv. It ban working nt tho carpenter trade, gained a world wide r pututlon Mr. Roinhnrdts js now hauling . by its remarkable cure of U.' lumber. , most common ailment, nnd can Homer Kissinger is another, always bo depended upon. It new-comer. ,act3 on n"1"1'0'8 l""- relieves il.n Imirri) ntfla utiui-lni-nl fnn. Mr. Bennett has arrived from tll0" s,.creUoiis and nids 'nllmtiM ivnih . . . .. . Go To The White Front Livery Stable NEW RIGS AND TEAMS ' hone to Me for Your Doctor Calls. H. .1. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor. HARDWAR JViACHINBl Binders' Supplies Full Line f BUILDING PAPER ROOFING CROCKERY. CHINA AND GLA'SW MR & CDMII Burns, Oregon. f lwwiw"---' TST" B ins Meat Mar Ne 5bip0ff i 'I. 1'fit Naliounl I'nl fa w Pullman, Wash. I. L. Poujado is over from his Cow Crook home. Fred Otloy and wife wero up from Lawen yesterday mnking a transfer of some real estate to some Idaho parties. Dr. Grillilh rows Thursday worth, an aged lady, who is quite' tiiMofNioiui iuii. nature in restoring the nystom to a healthy condition. For Kilo by all good druggists. . NOTICKOrf.U.i: Notliv I- litrl t!li". Hint In (tic nncii i)t nn ii W ' ' Cmm'. was called to Nar-1? '" ;'" ' ; lj" ,, y. tV, Illtt'liT tlllil Hlrrrri II ) -1 t ii hi .ytoscoMrs.ji,ani8-.0(ll1,r mtl , tl-,t.. . ii.. feeble. She is somo better. Mrs. I. II. Holland and Miss Ella Crowley have gono to Al vord to bring back fruit which they put up over there during the summer. Tho regular monthly meeting of tho Bums Commercial Club will be held Tuesday Nov. 2nd at 7:30 p. m. in the Club rooms. It hoped that ovory member will be present. Harry L. Corbclt, J. Wesley Ladd and Alex Hanloy nro ex pected hero today in a touring auto. Tho party camo in the machine from The Dalles. Mr. Corbett comes on business and pleasure, being connected with Wrn. Hanloy in large land hold ings in this county. Mr. Ladd is just out for tho trip. Stomach troubles would more quickly disappear if the idea of treating the cause, rather than the effect, would come into prac tice. A tiny, inside, hidden nerve, snys Dr. Shoop, governs and gives strongth to the stom nch. A branch also goes to tho Heart, and one to tho Kidneys. When these "inside nerves" fail, then the organs must falter. Dr. Shoop's Restorative is directed spceilicallv to these failing nervi. within W hours niter starting tho restorative, treat ment pntients say thoy realize a gain sold t y Uecu Bros. Il M- it, till II lift itinl Hilini "irjim- i -iiM nUIr, wilt roll l tmWii'HOflim, I" li MkIm t ImliliT ur nli, ubj i't " OHifliKMiU' by iml'l C- u uly M'iiri.i Saturday. Ii rtnW ., luoo l 2 o'i Iih k i hi. 'lil lny, nt ilin court houil-ior "f I lr rmv Ciiimty nt I'urns, 0-vjt)ii, nil ilw i-lu I. tlttu nml lnti'H'l ( thu b J lit Batnuvt llailar nt tliullmcol lit ilwili, iimt II tliu rltflit, tlllu ami lnti-rot tluii tliu mill i-tt lum ulticti raittlKit In dihI tonll Iho (oIIowIiik JccrlW lottl Into, V' an iimlUiili'il " fnurili In rrl mI to lom I, S. II, nml -I f Id k H, n l an tinilMili-cl ono linll lilitil In lot -block 07, all n( tliu city al llirim, in iia noy County, Oruunii. Tini of i--Ca!i. Daluil nt UnriiM, Ore, Outolw 27. 1WW M. II. IIIIK.VrON, Ail i-lnltrtor KXIfCUTItlX NOTH'H In tliu minty Cmiit of tn -tui- Ori'tsmi (or lliuiiny Cminty In tliu indlDir nl ilui Ili-lutn n( Tiiotii WliiKlli'liI, ilwwi'B'l Nnlii'it in Immliv K'! lli'it Muttli A iiikII til, tli Kxticuirlft ul ilit! Imt Win ml I imminent ill 'PttofVM U'llilti' (I, it ivii.nl, lum reliilfnit nn iriiii'ii'.il ('r ! tU-iitent , nml flli-il In mlil ronri ' i-r lliuil uci'oiitit; ml iliol .MiiiiiIh Hm hlli ilny ii NovoniluT HWI nl ti'ii oVIpi'li . M , m tliu ofiiitt Iiuiihi in 'llimin, Ilnriiuy I uiuily, Hi o( Orupni, ha ln'1'ii ilnly iiiiiiiti'l l tliu Willi rmirl for tlio mittli-miiiit o( milil iiitmuit. m, wlilcli tlinu mill plnio niy wrnn Inti'r iiKluil In milil iMtnln nmy iipiKMir nml llln xrcptloiK or oliJi'Ctloim Hh'miih DatiHl tliUllmt iiiibllciitluii O -UiI.it v, IIIO'J Maiitiu A WiNiiriRi.ii, Uxi'iiilrlx The City Drag Stori I ICEKI) BROS., Proprietors J SuocwMirn to II. M. Hotun r I Our litw of Dray, Potent 81eiltcin and ! Toilet Article aro Complete. 1 1 WfiJ USK ONLY TIIH HI3ST OF DRUGS IN OUR PRESCRIPTION WORK AND WK NEVER SU STITUTE. Yours for Accuracy ami Lowest Prices j Agents fOr Hie j Urgcst cull ct l'sl Caro. i TACKLB I SHCUKIIY STOCK rOOl) j and Allmw in ibe Cu S' News i Agents i J Cigars and i Smokers Ariiclns Cut (JI.1SN nnd i Silverware 5 nsiihG ! f iir b mt piirui jtv -u...iud. M. J MANSENj ! rr i - 11 BURNS HOTIU. UAH i i DIBBLE & STEPHENS, Preprints. WINES, LIQUORS and CIGAES Club Rooms in Connection j CourtcotiH nndMObHgiiiK Bar Tenders I EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS DROP IN Centrally located ami Connected with Hotel Iiurna UHann&afjHiKi wsBMgtf&mBa&$mmsz ;ir! iiinh! WiSCtt AvAy im:t;Ki:ujmn;;r::u .tumiimn ttftmn :tJjmmrftt-ntr;.,.B I MI'S HEAT MAPKET ; ani Grocery Come in and inspect my stock g COMPLETE LINE OF BEST GROCERIES to be had in the Market Jiic toost vmaidt nouse in Inieni i ; NuaVILiiMSIIuli-ALLOLTMDfc Headquarters for Traveling Men and AgeUr Kactne Mais.er, L. Racine, Pr t .,M N TTJL-J un.J-jXj ZFIEBjESrEgg My prices arc as low an good goods can be sold for in thin market... The LARGER the order the LESS it r.O'TS. nimtrTntimmitmumrmitmf: .... : :s5anti! E. B REED & SON ' Complete line of Fancy & Staple Groceries Finest line of Confectionery in the interior School supplies, notionn, tobacco, cigars Orders taken for FmeTailortVIade Clothing nt prices ranging from $12i.n0 to $15 A satisfactory lit guaranteed RKAU2MM2R Wc kIvo five per cent trmlu discount for casli on nil goods. imTAA; SULKY .V! HY AND FEED M-. ti.'N ELLIOTT. Pi.pt. Special a 'mtii to transcin t am rriglit teams. 1 k' M i Horses ki)l k't week oi in i nth. riBST cuss mm Ha u aii ( on hand ."! s. Vour imi i -p- $ t ii ih M i n r-o" Special A((?niiiin Given to Coadiicliaf Funerals HiF iMl' irrjlBATi: HiV triir v IK OWKECIHW ftim URN. fl M trSW ff. ?Z a -j :---art s-srjessssss - AIVIS FOR SALE DELAINE, MERINO, RAEVBOULL Tn From Butterfie'd Live Stock Co R ic May be inspected at Frank Eistqr ranch at Crane Creek ' Gap. For information address IX N. Baker, at Ilarnman. Tho Statf h ono of tho latest nmlbostnildltlonnto the famous Doore Lino of Riding Plovva. Is llcht In weight, simnla nnd durnblo hi constructionfull of cetuttno merit, nnd Una Hhon lto mcttlo nnd utility hi ovory teat it hns been put to. It has omnly demonstrated bv Its irood work it rlclit to 1m. classed as a Btrictly up-to-date, hiuh-class fnrm tool. U is certain to suit the mout critical farmer and bo a money maker and n labor-saver for him. BURNS fgLLIfcG HORTON Jt SAYFR, Prop? Rough anr Dre sed .u rustic, Flooring, iVhOUK finishing Lumber kNttprctait is u wrn h to Burns. Joog Lumber Yard in Bums. cc If It's a Deere-It's Ridhf 1.93 and doeo its work perfect case to tho operator and team. It la manufactured and sold as a tone"olona plowa tongue not belnjr nocersary to boat results, but ono la supplied nt sliRlit cost to those who porfcr it that way. The StnjJ is tho almtlluHt rl(1 IllP- lllnw hllllrrmtmnn ti-lwi mn lwnl- i n tne.x and drive 'em strnlcht can operato it successfully. It pos sesses many superior features not found on othsr plows, and it takes a wholo book to HhiHtrato und tlisortlM thorn. Hettor write for it today and all the Information you vtliit about this superior iinplemont. C.H.VOEGTLY At Ti.e Welcome Piiafli r vn i twnys find i:u ,:.,!- m.w at eur: ore -CALL IN - li -1". .iiii! i ( wU, ,vtn want . -kf ii . Iiiimmi i ii imitoi'k we'll yot it for! Mail Orders Solicited The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, '