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asBesssHswwnwMw" 1 ll! .w '-nfti Tho Times-Herald I PUBLICATION a, Oregon, April 1, 1V10 I given that Charles V Oregon, who, on Juris S3, .nil Knur No . rlei t'i, Section M, Township K., Willarastle Meridian run filed notico u Intention to mako Final l'root, to establish claim to Hit land above de scribed, bctoro tho Ucglster unit Receiver, it Hums, Oregon, on tho Wlh day of Max, I0 Claimant mm m witnesses Joseph W, ltuchanan, lo lluchsnsn, i Payls, Lester M. Hamilton all of llatney, Ore gon. Wm rAttac, Hegtster. NOTICK FOU I'lHtLIOATION, Unitso Status Latin Omen lltirua, Otcgou, April 1. lttO. Notice In hereby EUcn that Eteklel I. Hey notds, o( llurns, Oregon, mho, o February 1'. mvvmailo Homestead Kntrr No, Stat, Jterlaf No. 0IM7, for NX NK)l; Scctloa U; ami the WHSKU, Section 1. TownshlpM 8., Hants 87 K, lllamette Meridian. has flint notice ol In tention In make Mini Hie Year Proof, to et tablliti elalru to the lanil above described, bo foro tho Itcgtatcr and Receiver, at llurm, Ore gon, ou tho tilth day ol May, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses- K, A. Miller, U. S. lleynolds, K. . Van Val kenburit, David Ml'lcr all of llurns, Oicgon, MM. FAftat, Kcgltter. lTTlTION FOU UQUOK LI0KN8K. Wo, the untlorslgnod leaal voters of. I.nko r.rceinct, Huniov Comity. Stitto o( Orotoii, respectfully petition tho Hon. County Court of llarnoy County, Slnte of Oregon, to urnnt a llcenso to Harris A Fitzgerald to Soil Spirituous, Mult and Vinous Liquors In less nunntllioa tlinn one pillion In Lake Precinct Harney County, State of Oregon, for tlio period Six (0) Mouths, na in duty bmnduo wllloer pray. Names I. K. Venator J. K. Heed E.K. Iintutl Walor Anderson Geo. W. Sinituons A. J. Osborit Names II. StutibleQold H. A. Klllnsnocxl J. C iMoeition I. S. Tyler J. S. Midwinter Jess Marshall K W. Ilarroti A. J. IVuseuger C. Heed Win. Wado , K. Gutitly , S. Jones . Sovcik . T. Simmons II. Hondorson A.J Narhl H. D. Blflik A parnswortlij Wm Svmn I against Homestead Kntrr, No. U3J3I, mado May m. , mo Wi IWJ for B58KW m,clfon I and NINE)t nee Notice is hereby ultcn that on Satur-I Hon 1 J. Township A Wouth. Ilange Kast, 11 , . .i .n. .i I lamatte Meridian, by Frank Hanson.fonteslee, day tho 28th day on May, 1910, tho tin- j in which Hit alleged that said Frank Hanson iprlfn,xl tvlll nnnlv In tlinPmntv Pniirl 'has wholly abandoned said land tor more than ueralgnetl win apply loilievvoutiiy court ,)x niomn;uItp,i, has never settled or resld. nf Ilnrnnv Cncintv. Siatu nf Oriiiii for I ml on or cultivated tame.sald parties arehereby ,, T . .i i i .i s tho Licenso mentionod In tho forcgoinu petition. H.IKIIIS it FlTWlFIIALD. SUMMONS. In the Justico Court for limns District Harney County, Oregon. J. W. Vanderpaol, plaintiff, mi'. Atuelo Mathnns and John W. Patterson, defendants To Angelo Mathews nud John W. Pat terson ab.ua named Defendants. In the name of the State of Oregen: You and each of jon aro hereby re rjairod to appear and answer the com plaint Died against you in the above en titled action ou or before Monday May ,30, 1910 tho same being tho last day of tho time prescribed in tho order of the Court directing service of summons in this cause to Iks made by publication, and if you so fall to appear and aniuer paid complaint, for want thereof, the plaintiff will take judgement against you and each of you for the snm of ?.!00 00 with legal interest thereon from tho first day of July 1909, for the further sum ol f 30.00 with legal interest thereon from March 20th, 1909 and for the costs and disbursements of this action. You will further take notice that this Summons is served upon you and each of ou by publication by virtue of an order of W. C. Hynl Justice of the Peace for Iiurns District, Harney Connty, Oregon which said order was made and entored on the 16th day of April, 1910 ami directed that this summons bo published once each week for six consecutive weeks. The date of the first publication of tills Sum mons Is April lGtlt 1910 tho last publica tion Is May 28, 1910. W. C. BYIJD, Justice of the Peace for llurns District, Burns, Oregon. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. UNITED BTATE8 LANBOKFICK, llurns, Oregon, March 'J, UI0.) Notice Is hereby given that Iho State ol Ore- ?;on hat filed In this on Ice Its application Kcrlal No CH-iMI to select, under the provisions of the Act of Congress, approved August M, lft-14. and acts supplemental and amendatory thereto, the SWNKJf Bcc.SI, T. 2B J NENE'-i'Sec S, T.-al, R I5K..W M. Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands described, or dcstrljig to object because of the mineral character of the land, ot f"r any other reason, to the disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office, on or before the expiration of the period ol publication V, Fasc, Register, First publication April 9, 1910 I-st publication May If, 1910. EXCURSION RATES TO THE EAST During 1910 From All Points on THE OREGON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO. TO Chicago . . . Council Bluffs Omaha Kansas City.. St. Paul St. Joseph... . St. Paul via Council Bluffs Minneapolis direct .W. 00.00 Minneapolis, via Council Bluffs 03.90 Duluth, direct '66.90 Duluth, via Council Bluffs 07.50 St. Louis 67.60 Tickets will be on sale May 2nd and 9th; June 2nd, 17th and 24th; June 5th and 22nd; August 3rd; September 8th. Ten days provided for tho going trip. Stop overs within limits in either direction. Final return limit three months from date of sale, but not later than October 31st Our way through California $15.00 additional Inquire of any O. R.& N. Agent for more complete information WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent, Portland. l22 NOTICE FOR PUBTiTOATION. UNtTioFtATiaUrinOrrtc, llurns, Oregon, April a, 1910.1 WnttAA I liaMliv alvAfi Ihftt Thtt Rtfttll 111 Ote gon has Altd In this oillce Its arpllcatlon faerlel No wuillo lelect, under th provisions of the Act of Congress, Approved August II. IMS, ami act! tuppiemeuiai ami anieii"tij (hereto, the NRU8KU. 8eo. U and N YV,H l, Mellon "I, T H 8 . ft. salt. W. M, Auyantlall persona claiming aversely the lands described, or itestrlng to object because el tho mineral character ol the land, or for ant other reason, to the Msposat to applicant, should file their amdavlla of .protest In tils mure, vu ur uuion, iiiu vi'him"i ,i v ,." f publication, Wm Fakiiic, liegister. First publication, April 1, 1910. Last publication, May HI, 1910. NOTICE FOU l'UHUOATION. UNIT4D HTATSS I.AND OrHt K Hums, Oregon, April n, imo. Notice la hereby given thai the Stale of Ore gon has nled In this oillce lie application (Serial No W1M) to select, under the provisions of the Act of Congress, apnrmcd tmnistH.lsix, and acts supplemental and amcndalory lucre to, the NH ( 8eo. S3, T. !M ., It. SO K., . st Nottli of Malheur Lake Any and all persona claiming adversely the lands desctlbeii. or desiring to object localise of tho mineral character ol Iho land, or for any ottur reason, to tho disposal to applicant, should Ills thalr affidavits ol protest In this odlce, on or before tho ciplratlon of tho period of publication, WM.PAnnc, lOglstcr. First publication April id. 1PI0. Last publication May 21. 1910, CONTEST NOTICE. CONTEdT No. IJi. Uh1tiii8tat I.ANnOrrica I llurni, Oregon, April 7, 1910.1 A sudlclentcontestaffldavlt having been filed lu this odlce by ttcott M, llrown.couleslaut, against Homestead Entry, No.Olw, made July .M. 1VOK, for K!NKW n,l N),SK riectlon I, Township W Koulli, llango Shi Kast, nillamclte Meridian, b Minnie J, llrucc, Contesteo In which It IS alleged that said Mlnnlo 1 Ilruco has wholly abandoned said laud for more than six months last pasr; tat novdr settled, or resided on, or cultivated same: said parties ara hereby notified to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching and allegatlou at 10 o'clock a. in no May'J, lato, lielora the liegister and Itecelv er at the United states Land Oltlco In llurns, Oreiron. Tne said contestant having In s davit. Aled Antll S. 1D1U. set proper atft- lorlb facia which show that alter due diligence personal service of this notice caunot bo made.it la hereby ordered and directed that such notice be xheu by due and proper publication, Wm. FAnnk, liegister CONTEST NOTICE. CONTEST NO. 133, Ui(lTsu8TATa Land Omct. llurns, Oregon, April 7, 19IU. U (hi, omce by Scott M llrown contestant. notified to appear, respond, and offer evidence t touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a7 ni.ou Ilay .3. tsio, oeivre iuo negisiar mu nrwo er at the United btutct Land Office In llurns, Oregon, ... . The ta d contestant having In Lroper afflda- vlt. filed April S, 1M0, ret forth facta which show that after due dlltlgence personal service of this notice cannot be tnai'c, II It hereby or derail and directed that such notice be glvin by due aod proper publication, Wm, FAttak, tteglster. CONTEST NOTICE. CONTEST NO, 1. Uxitsd Statu I.akd Omen. llurns, Oregon, April 7, 1V10, ( A sufDclsnt contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Hcott M- llrown, rontestatit. against Homestead fcntry. No, own. made July JO. 10OS. for WK of WK Kectlnn 31, Township IS Kouth, Range U East, Willamette Meridian, by in.i a uinler. t'onteitee. In which It is alleg ed that said Joel A. Klpler has wholly aban doned Slid land for more tnati six months last paat; has never aettlad, or resided ou, or cultl- vaiea samei saia paruca arv uvrvuj iiuuiir., u appear, reipond. and offer evidenco touching said allegation at ID o'clock a m on May 1. 1910, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office In llurns, O-egon. The said contestant having. In a proper affi davit, died Aprils, l10. set forth facta which skow that after due dlllgenco personal service of this notice cannot be made It Is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication, Wm Farm. Register. is rifle la built for settled dlstrictfl. where good range and Wiling power are desired, with safety to the neighborhood. The Zot2t .25-20 la a light, quick handling, finely-balanced repeater, with tho solid top, closed-ln breech and aide ejection features which make SSSar&i guns safe and ngreeablo to use and certain fn action. It la made to use the powerful new high vslorltr emofcslcss loada with jacketed bulls Is aa well as the well-known black powder and low nrsasure smokeless cart ridges, and la the Ideal rifle for target work, P for woodchucks, geese. nawas, loses, etc., up to 300 yards. This rifle and ammu nition, and other EratuM repeaters, are full described In our ISo-naire calaloir. Pitt s)sgSsV for 3 etampe pottage. TXeTTlaiininrarjiu Cx, U Willow Street.'" NEW HAVEN, CONN. RATES $72:E0 00.00 !' 03.90 wmmT 1 If you dcBiio your cows bred to thoH. C. Lovons thoroughbred Red Poll bull let Ed. Goodmnn, who has tho pasture, know. Tho fco is $6. If your Stomach, Heart or Kid neys nro weak, try nt least, a fow doses only of Dr. Shoop's RestoratlVo. In fivo or ten days only, tho result will surprise you. A fow conts will cover tho cost, And hero is why help comes bo quickly, Dr. Shoop doesn't drutr tho Stomach, nor stimulate tho Heart or Kidnoys. Dr. Shoop'a Restorative rocs directly to tho weak afld failing nerves. Each organ has its own controlling nerve. When these nerves fail, tho depending organs must of necessity falter. This plain, yet vital truth, clearly tolls why Dr. Shoop's Restorativo is so uni versally successful. Its success is leading druggists everywhere to givo it universal profcronco. A test will surely toll. Sold by Reed Bros. Cottrill & Clomons havo put in a first class saw mill li miles west of Cold Springs is near tho valley with good road. In first class timber picked trees from tho government Prepared to do custom work. See them about your government permit at once. "No-Drip" is tho most clover little silvered Coffee Strainer over invented. Get ono free from Dri Shoop, Racine, Wis. by tho Coupon Plan. Tho Coupon and Dr. Shoop's new book on Health Coffee sent to any lady requesting them. You can trick any ono by secretly serving Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee at meal time. Your visitor or your hus band will declare he is drinking real coffee and yet there is not a grain of real coffee in Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Pure grains, malt, and nuts give Health Coffee its exquisite tasto and flavor. For 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling. "Mado in a minute." Try it from your gro cer and get a pleasant surprise, ljlb package 25c. Sold by Reed Bros. NOTICE Any and all persons owing the firm of Hagey, Fenwick & Jack son, cither on account or note, aro hereby notified that all such accounts and notes are now in the hands of C. II. Leonard for collection. Such persons aro hereby requested to. make imme diate settlement of the same. Dated Aug. Gth, 1909. Hagey, Fenwick & Jackson. NO TKKSPASSINn. Hunting is forbidden upon in plnco adjoining Burns. Treepapn ro will be prosecuted. C. II. VOEQTLY Administrator' Sale of Real Estate Private Sale. nt In tho matter of tlio estate of William I), Ilucliannu, doceascil. Kottco la liuroby given, tint pumiutu to an order of the Hon. County Court of Harney, Oregon, mado unil entered on the 2nd day of Stay, 1010, the under signed, administrator of tlio mid estntu of William D Uuchanun, dccemied, will oll at private Dale, In one parcel, to the hlghent bidder, uubjoct to the confirma tion of esld court on or after 13th day of July, 1010 all of the right tltloandoatato of mld William D. Buchanan, ilertmsed In and to the E(J HW'h, and KJj NWtf and tho 81; Sec. 0, Tp 23, 8. II. 32, i:VM, in tlio County of Harney and Stato of Oregon. Terms of 8lo ono half caeh lu hand, lawful monoy of tlio United State, the balance 1 u one yaar at 8 pur cent per nil nuni, Nocured by flret mortgage on the land, Purchaser lo defray expense of deed and abstract, essumo payment of nil tuxes, and all assessment of whalsoovrr kind of nature that aro lu anynlsu chargeable to thu land, All bid to 1m In writing and sealed, and left at the office of A, W, (Jownn, Hums, Oregon, attorney for the under signed administrator, UKOHQB I I1UOHANAN, Adtululslruror (if said eslutu JOHN ROBINtON Stock laspeclor, Harney County. Home Address llurns, Ore. SIAGAZINE READERS SUPTSET MAOAZIKK buuuf ttlly illusUsttd, good storis ad srticUs shout CsUornis aad all lb Far Wssl, CAMERA CHA7T tUrolaJ cadi Birali to tK ar. tixic rcprodiKlioa of ths la work of amaleu) aa4 f f of ssiioaal pliotogrsphtn. $i.So ayasr $1.00 a ytu EOAD OV A THOOTAW D WONDERS a boat of 73 pagss, toatalalna 120 colored pbotofnpris ol piclurssqtso spots 1st CalJarela $o.75 aadOistsei, Total . . .'$3,35 All for . . . . $x.5o AaUiau all or-Jsrs to .., fUKKT MAOAZINE FUsJ DiaUinj Ssa Frandtca lilt NIjW cluubino proposition Wo lmvo arranged to offer in connection with this paper, tho now monthly farm magazine just Btartcd at Lincoln, Nebraska, by Prof. II. W. Campbell and devot ed to the subject of how to farm in tho dry country and how to get best results from soil tillage under normal conditions. This Paper is Campbell's Scientific Farmer and wo offor it clubbed with Tho TimoH-Tcrnld both for $2,1)0 por year cash. Prof. Camp bells' now paper is a monthly, chock full of good things, tho only papor of its kind in tho world, and il embodies tho re sults of the editor's many years of painstaking investigation of tho soil tillago proposition, Religious Service". The following nro Rev. A. J. Irwin's regular preaching ap pointments for tho year 1910. Bums tho third nnd fourth Sundays of each month at 11 m. and 7:30 p. m. a. Sunset School House a. m. the first Sunday month. at 10:30 of each Narrows at i p. m. and 7:30 each p. in. tho first Sunday of month. Wavcrly at 10 a. m. th6 second Sunday of each month. Lawcn at 3:30 p. in. and 7:30 p. m. tho second Sunday of each month. Denstead School IIouso at 3 p. m. tho third Sunday of each month. bunday bchool at ljurns every Sunday morning nt 10 o'clock a. m. Services at tho Baptist Church first and second Sundays in each month. Sunday School at 10 a. m. every Sunday. Prayer meet ing Thursday evening. Tho Lono Star RESTAURANT , China itori;i, I'roprlutor. Cor. Main ami II htrvotH. IVIBAliS AT ALU HOUfS Balcony in connection A Specially of Short Orders. Tiiblu fiirniHliutl vsitli uverytliln,! tlio tnnrki't iin'ordi) Your patron ago Holicitod. lIKe'lUIAMtlKKOTOHY rATnoiixmiti. UH.Hctisturs Ijonslhsii lioiirno Jr IfJtii. K, t:!iintwrllii W It Kills I J W IUvl)f ' .A.M. CrawfiiM K. . IIciisoii KM llsiismi .0 A Mll ,. il. If. Arkcruisu Uunlwir Cotiyrtssinci MUiiuer (Ittiifsl Uoveriiiir .m rctsrr ol Hula rrtssurer , 8upt. I'libllt) llulrurtlou Hstn Printer tiuproiua IuiIkss I'.. S. Hesti Y., Monre HUM Ksslii NINTH JUIHCIAI DlirilllOT. Illslrk Undue lilslrlct AltiM-nus Deputy lllsl All)' Cirn K. Hsis J W MtClllllHl) . 0 II luuknl Circuit Cuiirt tneols IL. Ilr.t Miiuilsjr In April unil first MiinUsr In Octnlxr. Joint Hunstor Jolnt-lltriciiUtltu, , O W 1'srrlsli . U II lirouko CoeWTT IMUrlKYl t'uunlx JuiIkd Ulerk Irvssumr . ., nurvtjjur Mlicrlil Asstissur Schu,il fc)U.crlnliiii(lfht. Coroner itock luspcrtur. Cumiulssiuucrs J, 1'. Hector Sum ilollitrslirsil K N Jsuitisun A () Fsulkiiur A, K. Illclmnlsoti J, J, Hunrusii l.U llnuilltoii i Wdcsrr .John Itublnsou I UN, dlallanl in A Hinjrtli County Court tncits the (lift Wc4lncsilsy In Jsnusry, March, tiny, July, bt plumber ami Nova bvr. IIAI1MKY U. . I.ANII omi'K. Xeifister rlonolttr Win Ksrru KsnnkDovc) ITr.-HKH' Mayui, ltvrorlr,, lrrssiiror IIsihIihI, (m Moll ersht'til I'.T. lUinlsll J.U WuUonittJr U.K. Wllllsms fw, (J, llrown A. O. Ulioi Jnollcniborll AH HhbIu (.'ollllClllllLU iho rllojt SkcuiiKS of Ins touucll utory Hecoiol and fourth Wcilnraitar. 60 YCAnS' EXPERIENCE TnADC Manxo UtSIONB OopvmoHTa &c. sfnitlnir a sfcjotrli ouil tiirasir .(wriniit xwriiilit mir PHilinil ffge upfiibahly Mtrgtsliiu, InvAtit nn IrllUl.iu, (lumuii tlQiis strict: sm ssnt Ire. I'atouts Serial nut tskoii ilironlili JIUinil KliXlud tittitai nutlet. MlltinrllcliArM. lAtlia scientific iiniCirCdn. hsndiornolr nisalrnl.Kd JrfcHn fanrrtlalr mm ktopn&mm rttiohom, ta Y eu. Waslanl maiun. l,w ifWI8THE TIME UUff BEST of tlio ii.r to lisrt ,nur .Mm ciui Ann Plata and brfts vork dose, roroat. of town iistrou we finlili plate and trlitvn work In one oar It nicM.sr 1ioisi HsIirCrtsni $5.00 22tBrid(-eTetk3.60 QalJ rilllnii 1,00 Cmm.l Fllllnn 1.00 Bll.ir rilllnii ,60 Plata. , B.OO But RiiUir Pl.t.. 7,60 rsM.il tilr'llos ,60 M. W, L Will, rirT in Muwi . . iituiumi Minwi iitifi ItBtfi BCST MSTHODB UDitMrj h Jtstrsutloit I rwe wnen plstM or lirldse work I. ortlsiod. (Jon.ultstlon Jrrao, You csuoot set betur MlBlsworksnrwii.ro, no Dislt.r bow mnou roa par. All Mprk rullf aiinrnHtsod for S Iftoen fonrs. Wise Dental Co. INCORPOHATKD Painless Dentists rsni Bulldlnf, Third I WstMnjIon, rmTUW.MMeN 1 I . . jjrjnjra Ansono a 4r, ijwr The Times-Herald is ofleriiiff most attractive Clubbing Rates to itn liubscribcrti a present THE TIMES-HERALD One near With the Portland Weekly Oregonian $2.50 Portland Semi-Weekly Journal $2-50 S. F. Weekly Examiner $2.65 Thrice-a-Week N. V. World v , $2.50 Semi-Weekly St. Louis Republic $2.35 Farm Progress FREE to every pnid in advance Subscriber Get one or more of these good papers in connec tion with The Times-Herald for tho long win ter eveningfl. Call and get Clubbing Prices JOB PRINTING The Tlmrn-Hcrnld la l'repnred In do the Very Heat nnd Most SittUfnctnry Work In this line. We lmo nil the LATEST TYPE FACES and a very Complete Line FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY Blue Mountain Operating fromAustin Tin 1'rairic City, i)4 days from U.ikei- City to Hunts, Oregon. Four and six horse stock and covered coaches the entire distance Railroad to Burns 105 miles For rates ask L. WOLDENBERG, Manager. Cstrrsror-. Citr, Oiegon WOTiIaMISUiN' -MUNhK y'C0URN7 0HQ0TT" .sV5-flK2&Mf i-y.:-- mmmW mMMm& ((. pft.. y m' l W. W. DRINKWATER sgtfr-T Main St., - iv BURNS MILLING CO. HORTON & SAYER, Propts. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Rustic, Flooring,IVIoulding, Finishing Lumber. Nourest Sawmill to Burns. Cood Road. Lumber Yard in Burns THE ANDERSON HOTEL MR. nntl MRS. CHAS. ANDHRSON, Propts. ' Wo nro plcttscit to nnnouncu to our old-timo friends nnd customerB Hint wo lmvo wrnin Uikcn charge of our hotel. Wo jiiBt connilolcd renovnting tho on tiro building nnd you will liitd tho old-timo homo comforts wheti you call. Wo hopo to seo you soon. The old favorite Family Hotel where guests receive Special Attention and Quod Service. SOU II BURNS, OREQON-Near Fair Grounds. THE TIMES-HERALD Job Printing. Rapid Transit Line John Day, Canyon City to Duras, Oregoo IMlYwiNDSOli H 5SV wOlstslaar sA v lU ii-'J rangjRte inland Nau (uliincC Blacksmilliiiig and llorseslioing. Wagon Work COOLEY AUTO MATIC BRAKES Burns, Oregon, PROFESSIONAL OAHD8. Wm. MILLER, ATTORNEY AT UAW. Duma, Oregon. Itooms 5 and 0 Odd Follow Dulldlnff C. A. REM. BOLD Attornoy-ftt-Lmv, Burns, Opctjon OJioa. 1-1. Xroonurd, ATTOIlNBY-AT-tAW, Uareful attention given to Collec tions nnd Real Katnto mattore. Plro Insurance, Notary I'ubllo BUHNB. OlIEOON. GKO. 8. SIZKMORE, ATTOHNRr, Buhnb, Ontaoti ColleoUoas, Land business, and Ileal Estate ma tlr promptly attsndad to. CHARLES W. ELLIS LAWYER Bums, - -' Oregon rrncflcos In tlio Stato Court and be fore the U.S. Land Ofllco. A. W. GOWAN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW State Courts and United States Land Ofllco Practice Three doors South of the Harney County National Bank BurnB, Oregon. J. CU. CSARY I'hyslclan and Surgeon. Burns, - - - Oregon. Office lu new building south of Welcome harness shop, Main St. 'I'liono Main 83. DEftMHJ & DENMRN, Physicians and Surgeons Calls nirrurod promptly night or day Thone llarrlman. Haprlmsn, Oregon MARSPE(i & GRIFFITH I'hyalclana aud Surgeons. DUHN8,' OHEaoN. L. E. HIBBHRD Ofllce first door cast photo gallery llurns, Oregon. W, C. BROWN, dd: H1TTIST. Uobns, OaeuoN. OfQce In new land offlce bnlldlag, neat door north of post offloo. BOC1KTIE8, IIAUN2Y LODOB, NO. 77, f. O O T. Meats aver? eturday In Odd rellovr Hall atT.sopu. r. A.Cole, Ar:ur llortun, Beorsurjr. M. O. IIUItNSI.UtJIJENO. V7, A F. A M., Meets rr Aral and third Kalunlar In earli louiilli. . E. Uiu,. M, Thus sers, SscrsUr), UAUHKV VAU.KY CAUH No. Ml, W. of W. Meets ar.rr first and second Tnssdar. w . r, . , S- w CI. Cor". W. A. Cowan, clerk. DURN3 CIIA1TEK ho. 40, 0. X. 8. Meets etery second aud foartli Mondays, lu Mason a Hall. KTa Bj-rd. Vf 'ii, Osnet Uowan, (eeretarr. SYLVIA RKHKKAII OKORKB No.U. Meets eerr 1st and d Wedussisr. Delta Dtllard K.o See'r. "' ' H" t. TULK CIIICI.K No. 164, W. of W. Metis etorr fourth Tuesdar. Maud llorton, 0. M. Hester Goodman, Ulerk. $1500 Reward! T... n... ,.!, . ,,. untvu vii MvaBtock Proleo lion Association, of whlth tne under slined Is a member will glee tl.000 00 reward for .vtditiea leading to the ar J rest and conviction r of any nartv ir Bar. tlessfeallne horsra. cattle or mules be longing to any of Its mamhers. in aildlllontotheatiove, the undersigned of ter. on tho tamo condition liM.OO for all hbr.e. 'branded horse shoe bar on both or either Jaw llrand recorded lu eight counties. Rang. Jl.,. In addition to the above, the undersigned of ney, Uso aud I rook counties, Horses vented when sold, Nous but grown horses told, and only In large bunches. IV. W. lillOW N. File, Oregon Wo colloet evcrywhura nnd mako it charge unit as collection Is made. We plesBO our clients -A-sls TliGaniCL- A'ldredH MonaaN Mkrcantius Co., FetttontUldit,, Portland, Ore. f 5&iS. A 'f'Jlr, v. The Harney Valley Brewing Co. Manufacturers o( Family Trad Solicited--FreejDllvery T. K. J VNKIN8, Manager 5umpter Yall ess. RaAway TIMB TAflLi: NO. 30 IN KFFr JUNK 14, 1008. West Honnil, Kast lion, No 1 I'nss a. in. No. 2 I'ass p,, 0i30 Lv . .Ilakcr Olty At ( 0:35 " fioiitli llakor L i 0:68 Hitllslmrt "I, 10:0 " Ucllinrtt " i I0i07 " Tliompsont " i, 10:17 " SloiMard Jnnctlont " t, 10:22',' 'Water Talikf " , 10:32" Dcan'a fiwirt " , 10i39 " MeKwent " ( 10:55 JUNCTIONf " - 11:10 " b'umpter , " j 11 ilC " MUNOTlONt "j 11:40" rJmnmllt " ti NOON 12:00" OLCntnpt " j P. . 12:05 " Whitney t jj 12:40" TJl'TONt "1 1:10 Ar Austin " J. Slop on slKiialn only, tNo aKenL Tickets Issued only for stations L trains nro sclieuuloil to make stops, JWl'iiei-m must purohase tlj eia wnora nL-uiiln rxlst lielore ont trains or 25 renin In addition to thtt guiarrare will beciiarKCd. JOSKI'H A. WEST, SuplS UltAMTUi;i)l)i;fi, Asit. Bopt. ifSVENS ARMS wo for ttle by all progreislTe 'JtrrJtvarc a.-d Sporting Goods fiTerrhanU DAN lIVMtirS tplcndiA tfnrl "GUNS AND CUNNING " will lo mflllnl tstpAid t a i applicant liy J bTnvr.v Anas & Toot, C'oui-ASV, Ciileopre i'nlls, li.nf, upon i i"if l'tii juj-trtnvcrcJl liunr rwrdilOcrtits, orclo ItlMiu.idtoolt KlIW U-IlU Written 'ors-idii' - IMliM ij 1. STEVENS ARMSiTCOl.O. r o &it4v. BkIL . . Diarrhoei When you wnnt a quick cure wltii suij toss 01 time, nnu one tnat U louwu Dy no bad results, use Chamberlain's (joiic. unciera ano Diarrhoea Remed. It never falls and Is pleasant to It la equally valuable for children. famous for Its cures over a Urge the civilised world. JOHNCIKMUKIILING, Jewolor. Optician Eiiirmvoi (Fine Watch I cinlty. Repairing A Sp IF SICK-WHY PAY Unless Health First Returns. Here Is liat should aud can bo don. I how toil Mould not Mllllliglr pay (ol thai was wortlilf! uould rouf Tlien why Kurfortnotllclnauntll that cine tint pmvfs 10 ou its a. tuai iurtnr lVultJiel ktmwlnir ulmt llr Nlinnn'l Storatlru ran ifn for tlio slrk, 1 say to all '! rayuiiliiuiliraUli tlrt ntunis". And I baci Itmtorutlto ultli a slziiml and scaled 90 da; halo. No nay" rontmrt 1 positively I'KHiie to ma sick ererr"" "Dr. Shoon'a JltistoHiUci isuusote that II ftte if it fails". Ut othorsdoUie orlao tiak, Hi lr tiriMirrlblloiis liv lfiotlli. wl lnorn strt'iiirlli. mnn, vlU mnrUuror iiioro vim. iuo my ItntoraUn low tiara and liotothuliunHHllatolmiimv,m&'P Mieiulio Xtotuacli. lliart. or Kldnrrtr I '". " .-...,- ,.., ...........i. -. . urMSMi. rh.iii ,.., I UliA.rt'a lfM.nitlv 1 .UN uoMtnaHtoiiintiinnrstiiiiuintotiieiti'artors I iullatnn Idra In utnllUno "1 ho twoks Ulo bust tell rnu hoir 1 am snrret-.tlnff lhM) books nlsiili H ol rt tiny lilddrti sinenprtii. noitirj tr so asin.cn inn an i toll linir that nrrtu, until It I.IU uctiully I toiiiii noun its l'OHtr, its tone, its uomj acilnif or Inn ul-w lli.Mw liks will oren tin new and 1 IdfNastottuMdMlmnro tun will 'Ihey Ull UiaMtniiiach.undKiiliii-vsi'arli iui tlivlr or power tien rs llicy tell how tho ltwtorf wasiwDveiiiiii imtiiKto r':ch uunrvxitaiirei wraxor miiinir niMiiu nones ah ol tiirxs I "" v"' ' nm ahM l0 '", UUIri'flllllw ' .?1!1 " wjllr ' "!"'"' ,1,u "'"WSi l mrdMue whose mat,, r li not toll MMtda b thuumarhahlttf Bo v rlto mo trday i r tho order. I hme aniMiluliMt honet aiul rei.rons dminrliti In m-nrl) "mry ivminuiilty to luoir modlollitiatothosli.k Hut rll' mo first for tho order. ' All ilrUKKUl tll llr bluxni's Reslorsli cut all nro not aniiioritui togitotneauuayi po unip mu n nn iieuiw-Hnt tnus i dlsaitliitimiaiiiulutla) IV u mo alM uook j ou IUHH1 A imlul will do lkoldus, you nr mo tn consult rns si I woiilil jour homo rliy.liUin Myadvlrea book ImUivv art, Tnura uii.l Mllhfiut m,t lVrlmtiS a wont trlun from nut will ra upsoiuiiaiirliuunllimiit lliueholpwlthouiaSj uttoii tiiouMinos ir my lirivMu vrtcrlllHs lHnnnai autiru 1'lau til l'.l I'Hutl it worth lour simnlonxim t Howrte now i you liatn It frtuli In tuliul lot toiunrrtitt V comos, ur snoop, Uox 1.', Itaclne, WU. Whlck t.k Stall I S.a4 T.tt No. 1 On fly irwpsla No, Stilt tho llmrt No.gUiithoKldueyi No 4 Kor Women tin A lir klnii No.oOultluumstlSl JSCZJZl I ami I M(M ..wr. "wv I 'i5 jyAl I ' W tt ' Vr lNMHA I sV r a I .mn.