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jMr PryiML jBCTByrjBl mIi Dfc ..Bjtslm tfsWr IF wS k ftgUTilfeSg "5 Hs Hrl'V' rllsll A w -9g SiHH - t il'H L ""TwfPM iV i "TIfWH It r v- I llltf a JJej: fijotaUis djBu shfeL 1 H 1 Mil "'oty am. HMf JMtsMaSB viv.i-.uwcr ttaaco. JR$ fR -cj" wsil Hffll ".'.ra ?..s llllSlL III es !i; I i sj "; m "'& Tamursvia lBy- jH teeflvnm,aJtivu.f.(.'Vil.jVM 1FH Bs-MI Here is a Message of hope nnd pood clieor from Mrs. C. J. Mar tin, Boone Mill, Vn,, wlio is the mother of eighteen children. Mrs. Martin was cured of stom ach trouble and constipation by Chamberlains Tablets after five .ars of suiroriug, and now rec ommends these tablets to the public. Sold by all dealers. There is no better medicine made for colds than Chamber lains Couuh Remedy. It acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions, aids expec tt ration; and restores the system to a healthy condition. For sale by all dealers. r Always ready for job printing, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I MTSII STTR1 l.MOrriCK, I lhmu. UriRiMi, Jamiat) 17, Mil Xiitlrtla Iiorol.jf phen tliat Kcticrt II. llrown. if lilaimitul, rciunti of Harney, IMate of ore roii liss ntoil Itt till uttlce hi Application to niter timlrr Hid ,ro Minis of hei'ilon Mif tin It s I s the following leserlhed lan.l, i The Norlliuesl IJnartcr of the Xnrtliurst tluarterof t-edlou i.l.lMniisliipSOS., It 31 K., V M. t-KItl.W. No iVCns Any ami all tK'rsone rlatmltie; adversely the in,,,,, ttiri ii,ti, ui mourn); lu iil of tho mineral character of the Ian lamls ilescrttMHl. or chairing to object because of tho mineral character of the laml. or for an otherrrAsoti.totliedippoiiAl tuappllcant should ASSIST DEYHLOPAIENT. (Continued from page 1) and girls will set the rose bushes in the ground, while some church dignitary will conduct the cere monial of blessing the roses. , Extension of the Chicago & Northwest Railway to Portland Die their aflldaJta of protest In Ihla oftlce, on or heforo the Iml da) ol .tarch, 191i W. Farke, Register. NOTICE KOU PUHLIOATIOX. U.MTtnSTVTKS LlNDlH'rlCK Hums, Oregoa, January 17. I'll;. I Notice It herein Ricn that Itoken II Drawn. of Dlarnoml, lountyof Harney, State of Ore con, Ilka tiled In Ihla oftlce hla application to enter muter the iirivlMons of Section suns of the K XLS tlietollunlnft described laud.-ill lot Numbered cue (1), Section IS, Tonnslilp rOS. K"t E., W M i-KHIAI. No. UaTVi Any and all persons cIsIihIuk adversely the lands described, or desiring to object treatise of the mineral character of the laud, or for am other reason, to the disposal to applicant, should tile their nffldaWisot protest lu this ottice.on or before the second day of .March, WIS v. PtHRi, Keglster. This is the season of tho year when mothers feel very much concerned over tho frequent colds contracted by their children, and have abundant reason for it as every cold weakens tho lungs, lowers the vitality and paves the way for the more serious diseases that so often follow. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is famous for its cures, and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all dealers. $1500 Reward! SOClKTtKS. HARNKY 1.OD0R, NO. 77, I. 0 0 K. Meats ayery 8ttttday In Odd Kelio' Hull ,t7.sopm. "r. JW.llcat), Arthur llotton, Beerftary. N Ih'jiro work as follows- Hr t Hatiilday lul llali second 1-alurdar, Mist I m'te, third wurilA), Heroml lcreel foiirlh ttalunla) Third liircc. UUKN9L0DUKN0.7,A.F. A M., Meets every first and third Halurday In each month. J. M. IiaIIiiii.W M Kn Mothetshead, Becrelary. M 1HKKN WOOUMK.VOK AMKUIt'A .Meets every second and fourth Friday even Inn al I.D.I). F. Mall; all nelnhUita luvltnl New applicants will reecho courteous treat men" M. A IIIkks, V I! T I ester. Clerk. UTKNH CIIA1TKH SO 40, O. K. H. Mn'ta every second and fourth Mondais, In Masonic Hall. Vella U elcome, . M Hla Sweek, Hecretary. 4YI VIA HKllKKAIt 1IKOIIKK No. 4 J. Mrtlsevery 1st and 8d Wednesday, -M ) r KlitK, N. II. Nina v Isemau. Keo. Heo'y. TIU.K CIKCLK No. 164, W. of W. Meets every fourth Tuesday. Maud llotton, (1. M lltsterUooduiau, Clerk. The Hitchcock discrimination be came the rule. Federal officers YfllKf trinmcfilvfiQ rvv envinrr tViof Oregon has no projects, when it and Oregon Coast is being was a fact that the state had ?Phes.led. the report having for more fertile vacant land and us ,.asis P'ans sam 10 oe now more wastewater to be applied ! wrj!n? "t under the direction to it than any other state of the William A. Gardner, President entire recl.imntinn ormnn. Put of the road who ls visiting the because the people of Oregon did i Nrthwest The line is expected nor oiri fho.v ranmi.oni,ti0 ; I to come to Portland from near Congress, allotments which eston . ov?r 4l th Northern nniri inefhr im,ra , mnj cq . Pacific and North Bank tracks v.w. JWJ uu,v, ULVU lUC VU," ' fj'j. -vC Mll,! ! 000,000 to $12,000,000 for Oregon and it is believed it is involved in work, where cut to nominal I lhe strUfirgle for France into the figures. In furthering and regulating Carey act reclanjation work the people of Oregon have been severely centured for disregard of their own interests.' At times companies have entered upon this work, and charged excessive prices forthe acreage. This was permitted by the Desert Land Board. Settlers who might have been attracted were repelled by certain prices charged for lands. Speculative profits were permit ted when a fair margin could have been held to, if strict sup ervision of the contracts had been enforced. To get this work in a i healthier state, and then to co operate in advertising to the world the wonderful acreage awaiting irrigation and cultiva tion here, the Irrigation Congress will be an important medium. During the Congress it is the purpose to have gathered very accurate data on the irrigable lands of the state, and also the waters available. The greatest possible publicity will be given these facts, to prove that Oregon has the greatest of all western opportunities for the settlers. Coos Bay territory, where con tending influences are fighting for rights-of-way. Have you thought about that New Spring and Summer Suit. See us: Schenk & Williams. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. UmtedSttesLnd Office, i Burns, Oregon, Januar 17, 112. I Notice Is hereby Riven that Robert II. Brown" of Diamond. County of Harne), blMeofOre "on, nas filed In this office his appllcailon to enterunderthe provisions of section 06 K s i b. me jouoiung acscriDen land, viz nuihuet Quater of Southwest Quarter of recnon t uiecnttj,iovrnsnipsu!;.,R.H E.,w Ji SERIAL No 0,)7M Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands ilescnbcd. or desiring to object becaufe of the mineral character of the land, or for any o'her reason, to the dlsposi! to aptlkanl. hhonld die their arfcavlta of nrt, htin HiIk office, on or before the 2nd day of March, I91J M Fibre, KeRlster. N'OTICK FOR PUBLICATION UMtED'TATEB LiSDOrriCE, I Hums, Orrgon.Jauuar) 17,-19U Notice Is hereby clven that Hubert II. Ilrowu, of Diamond County of Harney, Stale i f Ore iron, has Hied in this office hla application to enter under tho provisions of Section Ssucj of theU !-. V S.the lollowing described land.vli Southwest quarter of southeast ousrier of Section it. Ton nhlp 91 S , K 3.1 K W M M:UIL No. 057!,.! Vn) and all persons claiming adversely the lands described, or desiring to object became of the mineral character of the land, or for an, other rexson, to the disposal to applicant, should Hie their amdacitsof ,rni.t in ihi. ' , omce, un or ueiore ine 1'nd day of March, 191.', m FiBBE. Hegtster NOTICM-: FOU I'UM.ICATION UNITKDTATF.S f.ANIl Or'FIi E, ( Burns, OreKon Jauuar) 17 19U I N"ticols hereby itlven that i i.beri II lrn of fiMmoiid. C,iiit,i uf llarn. i ate of ore gon baa Hied In ll a ntric i h t p Uatlou to enter under the , . iM,,nof Met on 'j.10n and .307 of the Kevlteo lalutes of the I niled Mates, the f, HimltiKd-irrlUil land vlj The youth East Quarter of the -outburst Quarter of i-ucilou J,r,,. i,,),,,, n . j, w SERIAL No 007-3 .ny and all persons claim, nir a,lv rse'v the lands described or desfrlug i,, objet t t,ecause of the mineral character of the land or lor any o her reason to tho disposal to app leant should Jtle thilr affidavits of imie.t In this office on or before the -'nil da of March, 19!:: Wx Fakrk. Reiljter IhoOreiron. C'al lfornlaaudNevaila I Ive .-lock l'rotei' tion AsscIaltonof ivhich tho under signed Is tnemlHT, ,lll ini' iuuu.tu I ,iiv rewaiii tor ! 1 ,tt,.. x dmce leading to V , 'Wl"" "a,f the arrest and con- ' ,.,'! r vlcllouofiiu par ! ' I, it.t.tlti. at..dl vs ing horses, cattls or uiultslelonglng to any of Its mem bers lu addition to the alte. Hie uudeislgned oitets tho same cmdltlou im fo for all horses branded horso-hluxl Uron both o-either Ja. Brand recorder! In eight touullea Range llarue), I ale ami Crook counties Horses ventrdvrhen sold .None but Kruon bosses '1,1 an, I otih lu arnc bum lira VV HI'OVAN H-e tlrcgoll OFFICIAL niHKCTORV STAII ORIOOM Uti Hetiators IJouathan lliiurne Jr iCeo K. Cliamlierlalu W It Kills j llaulr) A.M. t'raw ford tlsnalil et K v llensotl T, II Ka) 1. K. Alderman S IMinlwa) llobt Kakhi T A. slcllrlilr lieu it llurneil 1. . Beau K. A. Moore NINTH JUDICIAL liiarim-r Congressman illoruoy Ueueral Uovuruor secretary ut Utate Treasurer . . Supt, 1'ublla lustructlou Slate Printer dupteme JuJgos District Judga District Attorney Deputy Dlst Ally lialtou g.s J W Met I Hoi ll . C 11 i .oiiaid Circuit Court meets the first Monday lu April aud first Mouday in October Joint Senator . . r u 1'arrtsh lolnt-Keprtsentatlvo VV II Brooke OODKTT IMHNkt ! INDUSTRIAL KOTES. (Portland Correspondent) Country Life Week in Oregon has been fixed for February 5-10, when Country School Superin tendents and Commercial Bodies will meet together in each part of the State to formulate the scheme of Country Life Educa tion to be followed by Oregon Schools. Much is hoped from the new department in the State's Educational system and the allied influences behind the movement are such as to insure us success. State Bankers, the Commercial Bodies, the fctate Educational Authorities, Portland Livestock Interests and the Oregon Agri cultural Collego are working to ward the same end and during Country Life Week it is hoped to interest business men geneially in the work. The following week the plan will be presented to pupils in the schools and contests in gardening, general agriculture, domestic science, hog and poultry raising and manual work instituted. A splendid list of prizes for children producing the best pro ducts in all these lines is being collected. The young farmers will next exhibit their crops in their own communities, next in the county contests and then the prize winners will meet in cpm petittion at the State Fair at Salem next fall. Bulletins on the various agricultural subjects will besissued under the auspices of Oregon Agricultural Collego to serve as text books in the var ious farming classes in the schools throughout the state. James J. Hill has been invited to attend Portland's official Rose Planting on Washington's Birth day.ns chief guest of honor. The sjAkl ok - m ! 11 n lm ulniA m nnk At Jl(allljiijf Will litrvu ijuicu lit unu ut U parks of tho city and boys' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION United States LaD office, i Barns, Oregon, January 17, 1912 ) Notice la hereby given that Robert H. Brow n, of Diamond, County of Ilarnev, State of Ore gon baa tiled in this oSlce his application to enter under the provisions of Section 2!ot IbuR 8. U S.thefolIOHingdeserlbedland viz Lot Numbered two (?) Section 1., Township 30S,R31E., V. M. SERIAL NO. 06769 Any and all persons claiming adverselv the lands described, or desiring to oblcet because of the mineral character of the I and, or for am other reason, to the disposal to applicaut, should Hie their affidavits of protest la this orace, on or before the 2nd day of March, 191., M. Fakbe, Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I'.MTKD-iTAThS l-AM'OFH" r,i Burn, Oregon. Januarv 17 1 Hi 1 Villi, e Is herebv glvcu thr t IC. ,t.u 11 Iiron or uiamonu countyoi tiaruer.Mateof Oreg, n, has filed in IhisofHre his application to en er uuderlhe provisions of Secttora '.SOband 2: 07 of thoK.S U S. the followingdescrlbtd land viz SoulbC6t quarter of Southwest Quarter of Section 23.Ti,wnshlp30poulh, Range SJE , M SERIAL No. 067SI nyand all tersons clafmlrg adversely the lands descritd, or desiring to object because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this omce, on or oetore tnc 2nd dj of March, 1912. YSm Fap.be, Rsglster. -Webster's New International Dictionary THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? foerne NEw cllEA- i TION, covering everr eia oi tno world's tbougnt, action and culture. Tho only oca" unabridged dictionary In many years. Bccanse eUnea over 400,000 1 tforcf.i; more than ever beforo appeared between two covera. 3700 1'aHca. 6000 Il lustrations. Became " 'n only dictionary with the now divided page. A "Stroke of Qonlua." Became " lg an encyclopedia In fSl -, ounty Judge clerk Treasurer aurveyur Sherlii Assessor School tiuperlutendeut Coruuer dtock luspectur. . . single volume. BcaiUe " l "oopted by tho Courta, Bchools and Press as tho one buptcme uu-tijorio-. Because ne who knows Wins Succest. Let ni tU you about this new work. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Ukited States Lanp Office, ( Burnt, Oregon, January 17, lai2 ( Notice Is herebyglven thatltobert II. ltrown, of Diamond, Couutvot Harneytate of Uregon, has Bled la this onlce his application to enter under the provisions of Section 2 ur, of the K. S U 8. the following described land, viz l)t Numbered four (4), Section seven 7), Tonsblp30,B., R. 34 E., W. SI. SERIAL No. 03 787 Anyand all persons claiming adverselythe ,UWB UB..,WU. Ul MCBIIII.K I" UUjIr-V, IWCaUIC of the mineral character of the land, or for an other reason, to the disposal to annllcant should file their affidavits of nrotest In this ouice, on or oeiore tne?naaayoi Marcn. TJ12 Ww, Farre, Register Notice is hereby given that the undersigned 'has been duly ap oointed administratrix of the es tate of Charles Williams, deceas ed. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same to me, properly verified at Riley. Oregon, within six months from the date thereof. Dated i;his 23rd day ot December, . 1911. Elizabeth Thorn, Aministratrix. Wim tar ipMlua af anr zMS4 ps CtC tttMUM CO. r,!Um. SVian.U. Haas. Iiratit 1 boiiipsun K II Waters Pinion 14'vvm K A. Miaftr A. K. Klchaidsotl J J. Iioucgall I. M Hamilton J w deary Johu Roblllnm !.. I" tTllt eater (0 A Miiylh County Court ueeu the nisi Vtdiusday lu January, SJaicb. May, July, ftpteiuber aud Novembef Commissioners ipei lot U1SMKT U, . UAMI OfriC W Register Receiver Mayor. Kecurder, Ireaaurer Maislial, Win tarrw IValls llaiey The Times-Herald Aw ottering most attractive Clubbing Rates to Un subscribers at present THE TIMES-HERALD One near with the Portland Weekly Orejronian $2.50 Portland Semi-Weekly Journal $2.50 S. F. Weekly Examiner $2.65 Thrice-a-Week N. Y. World $2.50 Semi-JFeekly SI. Louis Republic $2.35 Farm Progress FRKK to every paid in advance Subscriber (Jetoneormoreofllie.se good papers in connec tion with The Times-Herald for the long win ter evenings. Call and get Clubbing Prices JOB PRINTING The Timc.i-Ilcrnlcl U Prrpari'il tn tin Hie Very lloul nml .Most SnllafHctory Work in (lilt line. v Htf nil tlie LATEST TYPE FACES nml a very CtiinpU'U' Line FIRST-CLASS STATIO N BRY I'HOFKSHIONAI, ('AHl)s cttr. iiiihnb Count tlmuti tl. W t'htetiKes .1'. I' llanilail J t VVelcoine li ..It 1.. Ilaiuis ( W. O While A. L Welcome. Ktalilc liali y lieu. YnuUK McetiiiKS uf the Council every Second Kourth Wedlleadar and BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE jiTjnjrn Sumpter Valley Railway Co. I'lJIE TAUI.K NO. (1 IN JUNK 14, IU0a. KiKixrr W. W. DRIiMKWATER I!l;icksiiiilliini ami iliirscsliniiijr Wagon Work COOLHY AUTO VIATIC BRAKES Main St., - Buris, Oregon. Wra. MILLEH, ATTOUNlCVAT, lltirm, 0iKoti Ktxiiiia ll nml 7 iMnrtinli' lin, G. A- REMBOLD Attornoy-nl-Liuv, Hurns, Oregon GliiiM. II. Ia'oihh.i ATTOINKY-AT-tAW I . A . I aa a vjiirtiiui iiii.iniKiii Kivoi, (.,,11 tltiim nml llonl KhIiiIh nun,.,.. I'lru Insiiriiiii'ii Notary I'lihllo IIOIINH, OlIKfl.iS CHARliES W. CbhlS LAWYER linniH, - - oiai-on I'liirtlivii In lint Htitlti C'otitla , inrotliii lH l.iiinl Oillcn. A. W. (JOWAN A'lTOUNIOY-AT I,A siwuo i-oiinti aim uiiilni ,v tntj uiiKl oillcn I'mctiu Three (ItwrH.Soiitli of tin. iiurncy louniy Nutiunal J!,n HuriiH, Orojron Dr- Minnie Hand Physician and Surgec Lawen, Ore. Wiiyil S V J . JaVir J'Mi XW I $V' U'cBt Uuunil. No 1 I'aea a. ui. Nit. Trade Marxo DCSIGNS Copyrights &c. Anronesendlnir a sketch and draieiiiillnn mar QUiCSlr ajcertatn our opinion froe wbethar aa Invention Is nruhablr ratentahla. Coiomuiitca tlous strletlr conndetitlat Handbook on llmwta sunt free, uldesl wueQer for securing liatAai I'atenu taken llicouaJi Stunn Sl Co. receive tpttiM luttkf, wltiiiut charge. In tho Scientific JfntericaK. AbsndaomelrtllgfitriiifK) wefclf. lrvtt rlr. cnlatton of anr c.bTtUflo JoairMl. 1 ermi, I A fr; fonr montu, 4L Sold by!) newifler. iflUNN & Co.38"""""'. New Yort llranch onij. (25 V HU Wajhlnatou. II. C. Trains Run Through Between CENTRAL OREGON POINTS AND 'J 0 I.v llalcer Uilv 'J 5 " South Hktr 'J.58 ' dallbur)t 10 04 " Icklmrtt 10 07 " Tliotupaont 10 17 " Sto.lclard Junctiont 10 '.." 'Water 'fault I)eau'a Sutirt McKwiiif JUNCTIONt ritiuiptt r JUNCTIONt yuuimitt 10 'J " io y 10 55 " u io 11 15 " 11 40 " NOON 12.00 " P. JI 13 05 " VI 10 " 1 10 Ar Kant ISotiiitl. Puea p, in Ar 6 0 l.v 6:20 " 5 00 " 1:55 ' I.5J 4:15 1.40 I 2 4:25 4:10 1 .05 :C0 : 0 O I. Canipt Whitney! TIPTON t AUatltl " 05 00 2:40 2.10 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION UXITKD STATE LAND OKKK K, i ilurns, OreKon. January 6, WM Notice Is hereby given that Isster ( Ilhodes, of Dreusey.UreKon.who ou April al.lato. made Homestead Kutry, No.OtMS. for Lots J and 4 and K!W;;rc.5,towrjshlp-.!18 . Jlaiifei'i E . l lamette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Fiual Commutation l'roof, toestahllsh dalm to the land above descrltied, before the itegistcr aud itecelver, at Iiurns. Ureicon on thu lath day of rebruary, 191 claimant nances as witnesses 11. Uunlan. . U. Gates. T. I. Jackson J.. E. Khoilea, all of Drencey, (Jrct'on. Wst. Kakik, Iteslsler. PORTLAND regdnTrunkRy. summons. In thu Circuit Court of thu Stale of Om nun, for Harney County. C'arriu Hanks' 11 ff . ) s. Ai-lifr Hanke.Deft. ) To Afclicr Hatiku, Defenilunt: In the name of the State of Oregon, von are hereby required to appear anil atiBwer the complaint filed aairiHt yoti in the above entitled null, on or biforo tliciSml. tiny of .March 1912; said date being thu expiration of six weekfj from tliu flrut publication of thin Niunnionti aud If you full to to appear or aiiHvtfr tajil complaint, for want thereof the plaintiff will apply to thu Court for thu relief prajed for in thu complaint, to. will 1'or a decreo of thu Court diaholvlug thu bonds of matrimony now exitjnj but ween plaintiff and defendant, and for the custody of thu two minor ihildren, the lectio of Raid murrijigo. Thii BUinnionu la nubliahed by order of Dalton Illugn, judijo of eald Court, made and uuteied January 4th,, 1012, and the. time preacrlnod for thu publica tion thereof ia six weeks, bcylnnlni; with theitijuo of Saturday, January I3th, 1012 and continuing eacli week there fore to aud including the Ibbuo of March the 2nd, 1012. C. A. StVEKir, Atty for Plaintiff. CENTRAL OREGON LINE Daily train leaves Bend 6:30 a. m., Redmond 7:21 a. m.. Me- tolius 8:30 a. m., Madras 8:40 a. m., arriving at Portland 5:30 p. m. Direct connection at Fallbridge with throuirh train for Sno- kane, St. Paul and Chicago, arriving at Spokane at 9:45 same evening. Direct connection at Vancouver, Washington, allows arrival same evening at Tacoma and Seattle. Leaving Portland 9:55 a. m., daily train anives all Central Oregon points early same evening. Tickets will he sold through to points in the East, Northwest and California. Details will be furnished on request. W. E. COMAN, j. H. COKIIETT. Act., General F'r't. and Pass. Agt. B,JNU' m'm' B ill. HAUKOL, Act., roini.AND, Uregon. KKDMONIj. Oretmn. Slop ou el(iialr only . tNo aijeiit. Tickets Issued only for stations where trains are scheduled to make reirulnr stops, Paseengera must ptircliai-e li, k ets where agents exist heforu enterltiK trains or 25 rents in addition to the re gular fare will be charged. JOSEPH A. WKST, Supt. (jUANT.GKDDKH, Aset. Supt. Stoy's Restaurant and Bakery Ihlrd doorjsoutlt side lllssner Jlnlldlnn J. fi. STOY.ll'roprletor Lunches, short order, pics, brcml, cakes, etc. etc. FAMILY .TRADE SOUCITI-I). BURNS MiUJMG CO. HORTON & SAYER, Propts. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Rustic, Flooring, Moulding, Finishing Lumber. Nearest SawmMI to Burns. C!ood Road.j Lumber Yard in Burns. Go To The White Front Livery Stable NEW RIGS AND TEAMS 'Phone to Me for Your Docloi Cals. R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor. J. LU. CBflRY I'lunli'liin nnd Kiirgi'im lltiriif, - - - Orij' n tlfllro III ni'W hull. IIiik south . i v , luritrnH shop, Mnlii TIhiiiii Mnlu.H.'i, OGNMflN & Dr-NMIIN Phys clans .ind 'uwp.o, t'ttlla itiiHetiil pti.iiiplly n ,, Thnui llnrrltnaii. Ilarrlman, Oregon MflRSPtfl & GKIFflT.I l'li)Blil.nn nnd Him i.. IIUIINH, tlliHmS ti. (:. IIUlBflM) XDZEIISrTICJT! Ollifn fital dixir fit. I .lin. Iliirna. C)ti)ii 3DEJira:iDT. lll'liis, OiiniMM Olhif r.Mima N and -l M u, ! 'It 11 l.airtk J v , i ssxi Man r i f, , u J COOPER & DOl iJE Civil .ind Hydraulic L , t Iirigation, U'.jtci , ,, , .Si'worngt.', Water Io. ,r I nrif), Jlrtp., I .liiiutra, , it! KUltNS, OKKCON j JOHN ROBINS Oil Slock Inspector, llarucj' Connljr. Illllll AlllldWN w OON mpHHMHWn KiUwa. ..-t,.ajf.U i .. ifaaaaaTsv M M M ABlsHF JLJM i mwrrw.z.tt-vnM2 , F-?3ittttwmv $$ rawf i I A" lttOdWHt I -I . "aaV- I D wepeattogiiirie. I s.'jaTMsirWMMs'yvmH. LppHVll M 1 1 n n 4 h Lx DIQNIfTINQ THE INDUSTRIES TWs is tha tltlo of a bsautlfu! .peo book, whlth will abow say bor or jlrl bow to SUCCEED. Drop a poiUJ in tbs mall TODAY and It will bo sent TBtZ Tbo aim of tbo ColUf a la to dlgnlfj and populirlis tba industries, and to serve ALL tbe people. It offers courses In Agriculture, civil Engineering-, Electrical EntrlneerlDg, Mechanical Engineering, allnlnc Earls, eerlne, roreatry, DometloScltnee and Art, Com tnerce Piiar.i.ncy and Mi ale, The College ovens Btii tu i Cu' tog fiie. Au "'ii'ft tiM.if .',"K""!nrtAL COLD " C .v. ,i, Onvoj ws u a THE TIMES-HSRALD Job Pr?" 'i'his rifle is .milt for Bettlrc! f!!srlo where good range and leilline power are desired, with oafety to the neighborhood. i,. Jfl Xt,'"-i0 Is a light, quick, handling flnely-balanced rtiiatrr with the MIM top, clo.ed.In ," h ndaldc ejection features which inaVe euns aafa an, I ,... i.,. .! us and certain In action. sSsgSggaa rd..., and I. llCffAlS? "'. sor woodchucks, veasr :av.sr-,i,""! This llfleand ainmu. 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