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1 ',!' f it ilif r 9 ..'J-t "t m MlJUH J f 1 t r Jl l J m j' at'i INDUSTRIAL NOTE?. (Portland Correspondent) Tho United States Department of Agriculture offered to detail n thoroughly competent man to de vote all his time to expert assist ance in agricultural matters in the various Oregon communities if they would stand one-half the necessary expense. Because of tho necessity of taking ilium di ato action, R. 15. Miller, Traffic Manager of the O.-W. R. & N. Co. offered to assume the ex pense and Secretary Wilson has Btated that the man detailed to Oregon would begin his work about July 1. This will give Oregon the ser vices of two men doing this kind of work. The O.-W. R. & N. Co. has already had its own expert in the field for several weeks in structing farmers, fruit growers and gardeners in the subject of crop rotation, stock raising and diversified farming. The work of two such experts, supplement ed by the operation of the de monstration trains and the efforts of the Oregon Agricultural Col lege, it is asserted will result in great and permanent develop ment of the agricultural interests of the state. The state wide movement to interest pupils of the public schools in gardening and poultry raising is to receive the support and encouragement of the lead insr officials of the Portland school system and of thirty-five principals of city schools. In ad dition. President Kerr, of the Oregon Agricultural College, has pledged the support of that in stitution. It will have bulletins distributed to the principals teachers and pupils of the schools, Officials of the local Y. M. C. A. reported that last season more than 300 gardens were planted by the school children of Port land, most of them in the back yards of the thickly settled sec tions of the city. The interest in the movement this year will result in a great increase over the number of gardens planted in 1911. A large appropriation by the United States Government for the construction and maintenance of roads in Crater Lake National Park has been recommended by Major Marrow, of the corps of army engineers, who has recent ly made an extended survey of that region. He states that the park contains a large amount of ripe timber, the sale of which would go far toward supplying the funds necessary for the im provements recommended, but he also insists that it will be nec essary to do much of the road work before this timber can be made accessible. A l&vgd stock of wall paper at Lunaburg", Dalton & Co's. SUMMONS. In tho Circuit Court of tlio Stnteoi Ore Ron, for Harney County. Clny CliMiions, Naltitlir vc. Wilfred ltartnp, Defendant. To Wilfred Kaclne, Defendant: In tin-name of tho Stale of Oregon, v . nin lieiuby rt quired to upticar nnd nnswer tlio rompliilnt filed against you in tlio nliovo entitled suit within Six Week from tho date of the first publi cation of this summons, to-wit: Snlnr day February 10, 191'J; and if you fail to so appear and answer, for want thereof, plaintif! will take judgement against you for tho sum prayed for in plaintiff's complaint to-ult: For the sum of flSS 00 with interest thereon from the first day of July, 1911, at the rato of 0 por cent per annum, and his co.ts and disbursements of this ac tion. This Summons is published in Tlio Times-Herald once each week for six consecutive weeks, ending with tho pub lication of March 23rd, 1912, by order of the Hon. Grant Thompson, Judge of the County Court of thelhtate of Oregon, for Harney County. Gko. S. SiZKMom:, Attorney for Plaintiff. Ifei'c is Message of liopo and good cheer from Mrs. C. J. Mar tin, Boone Mill, Va., who is tho mother of eighteen children. Mrs. Martin was cured of stom ach trouble and constipation by Chamberlains Tablets after five years of suffering, and now rec ommends these tablets to the public. Sold by till dealers. Always ready for job printing. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. fMTri) ttki MMiUrtirK. Hum. Oregon, JmuinM 17. I'.il'J ( Nntlools licrt'lifKivcn that l.flbcrt II, llmxwi, nt IMmnoiut. t ouiil) of llnmcjf. Matt nf Ore the following ilirctllit Intnl. fun, linn lllc.1 lii tlifs utllie hl millnttlim tn enler nniler Mu l.rmMliiii of Secuon Jttnttof the 1 Hi llio Nnrlhne'l (Juntler of the Korthneil Quartern! wtloii IS. TowmlilpsoS , K SI B . W. M. t-Kltl VI. No iWV An urn I all iiotii rlalmlnir ailverseljr the in. UT.llllT....'. ,,P,,, ." ',' of the mineral character of the lmi lantls'ilrscrlN?.!. or oVslrlnc to object because n( tin- mineral character of the limit, or for KI1V other roii,tothedisiosal to 8iillciit,slioiil(l C. C. Thomason, traveling ex tension organizor for the Oregon Agricultural College, is now at work in Jackson, Josephine and Douglas counties, having already visited school districts in Tilla mook, Washington, Marion, Ben ton and Lincoln counties. Executor's Notice of Sals of Real Property, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to an orJor of the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Mal heur County, duly made and entered on the 21st day of September, 190S, author izing, licensing and empowering me so to do, I will on and after the 23rd day of March, 1012, duly sell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of Estate oi Jenkin D. Jenkinn, Deceased, in and to the following described real property situated and being Harnej County, State of Oregon, tow It: JjOts Four (I) and I'iie (0) of Illock Iz (6) In tho ton n of Hums, Oregon, ac cording tn the official maps and plats of said town of record in the olTice of the County Clerk of said Harney County, Oregon. All applications to purchase said above described real property should be addressed to John Wood, Executor, Ontario Oregon. DatedthisthelOthdayof Kebruary,lU12. JOHN WOOD, Executorof tho Estate Jenkin D. Jenkins, Deceased. NOTICE OF CONTEST. Umtkd STiTH I.imi orriri I Burns, Oregon, January 30, 1912 ( To Mehina Snook of Nanonr, Coutestto You re hereby notified tint Chester Keew n uhoghes N'arrows.Oregon.as hlspostofflce aJ dress, itlil on Januar) suth. 19IJ. (tie In this oiticc his duly corroborale.1 application to con lest unit secure the cancellation of jour Home stem! .Entry No.SMM-enal No 02U9 made April IS, ISik. for N',SW, and lots J A 4 Section 2, Township 2i S , U. si K., W. Meridian, North ol Lake and as croundi for his contest he alleges that said Melvlna Snook hasnererrs tahllshed residence on said land, or lu an) i) Improved or cultivated the same, that she has never resided thereon, aad has left and abandoned the same on or about the day uf May 190, and has been absent therefrom eter lnce You are, therefore, further notified that the s.ld allegations will be taken by this office as hating been confessed by sou, and your entrj will be canceled thereunder wtttiout your fur therrUbtto be heard therein, either before this oitlrc or on appeal, if you fa'l to rile In this uiiue wiinin tweiuy uasauer ine ruuniti publication of this notice, as shown below uur answer under oath, specifically meeting and responding u these allegations of content, or If you fall within that time to file In this ulfice due proof that you have served a copy of our answer on the said contestant either In person or by registered mall. It this service Is made by the delivery of a copy of your answer tn the cortes'ant In person, proof of such ser vice muBtbe either the said contestant's written aiknnwledgmenl of his receiptor the cip heulni: thadateof Its receipt, or the attldavl' of the ierson by whom thedeliveiy was made taring wnen ana wnere me copy was oeuver M, If made by legislated mail, proof of sucii service must consist of the aftMavlt of the per son Iv whom the copy was mailed, and this affidavit must be accompanied by tbe post master's receldt for the letter. You should state In jour answer thenarae ol the pot office to which you desire tn ure no'tces to be sent to you. WM Finn!. Register. Pale of first publication February 10, 191?. pate of second publication February 17, 1912. Hate of third publication February 4.191.'. "ate of fourth publication March 1. 1912. flle their atlldat its of unites! In thin mtlce. on or liofore the 2nd iay of March. 19W. W, Finns:. Itcglstcr NOTICE KOU l'UHl.ICATION UMTKIlfTlTk I. IMIllrrtl K Hums, Oregon, Jauuary 17. 19H Notice la herein gteu that Hubert 11 llrown. ot Diamond, founiyof llattiey. Mate of Ore gon, has tiled In this ofllce his application to enter under the provisions of Section s.iot the It x. U.S. the following described land, v it Lot N'utn lieretl one (1), Pec I Ian It. Township MS.. K.SI K., W.M. SKRII. No HS7V1 Anv nud all persons claiming advernely the lands described, or desiring to object U cause of the mineral character of the land. or for am other renuin. to the disposal to applicant, should tile their oltlilaWt. of protest 111 this otlice,on or tforetheecoud day of March,!1!.; . Funnc. Heglster. NOTICE KOU PUIU.ICATION tlMTKD'TtTkS I.SNKOrrtl K, Hums, uregon.Jauuary 17, 191il Notice is hereto !cu that Uobeft II. llrown. of liialnotid t'lillut of Harney, Mateif Ore gon, nas nieu in tnis omce ni application to enter under tho provisions of Section xan, of ine it s. i' .ine toiiowiiigucscriiKHi lanii.Mz There is no bettor medicine made for colds than Chnmber Inins CourIi Remedy. It acts on nature's plan, relieves tho Iuiiks, opens tho secretions, aids expec toration; and restores the system to a healthy condition. For sale by all dealers. This is the season of tho year when mothers feel very much concerned over the 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 Iain's Cough Remedy is famous for its cures, and is pleasant nnd safe to take. For sale by all dealers. $1500 Reward! TlioOrcEon. 01 .forniRMHl NVyh'Ih Live Mori 1'ruiw Hon AMoelHtlmtot which the miller rIuihM In memltor. reunnl for el ilen cc loud in to tht arrot ami con victim, of tin v ir ty or VAftlca iteal tnif norc. caltU or iiiuh f hfiotiKliiR loAiiy nt (t mem Iters hi n. Mm mi lotlic hIhUi. the uu.ltlBlKlUMl ntTeri. Hie fHiiu i i.tulltfou Vi0 10 for all liorsei bratuti 1 htirro IumI Imr on In it It o- either Jii. Uraiit riTorih-1 In elxlit couiitlev lUnne lUmey, I aVo mul Ct rttuntlen. llor?ei eut(H when hoUI. None Imt Rrowu hmpes b M rnl nuh Id arite untie lien. VH W N l"if. nrck'iMi NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Cmted STATES LivDOrncE, Burns, Oregon, January 17, 1912. Kotlce is hereby (rtven that Itobert II. Brown r Diamond. Couniv of Harnev. State of Ore eon, hag filed In this i.ffice hla applIcaMon to of Diamond. County of Harney, State of Ore liter under the provfrloni of section 230n K a LT S. the fol lowing descrlbeu land, viz South vceit Quaier of bouthweet Quarter of Section Fifteentl5J,TownBhJpC0S.,R31 K..W M SERIAL No 06Ts6 Vny and all penonii claiming adveriel the lands described, or deiirinp to object becaufe of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to the dlapol to applicant, should file their atfcavtts of pruteot in this office, on or before the 2nd day of March, 19U Wm Fir re. Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION U.MTED ST4TESLlDOrnO!, I Barns, Oregon, Jannary 17, 1912 I Notice la herebrelven that Robert ff. Itroun. of lilamond. County of Harney, btateot Ore- nun nas area is ima omce ais aDDiicanou w enter under rhe provisions of Sertion 23CGnf the K S. U. S. the following described land, viz Lot Xumbered two (2) Section H. Township 30S.K34E.. V. M. SERIAL So. 09 Anv and all tersons claiming adverselr the lands described, or desiring to object because of the mineral cbaracierof tbeland, or for ati other reason, to the disposal to applicaut, should rile their affidavits of protest in this omce, on or before the 2nd day of March, 1912. Wm. Faebe, Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Umted States land OrricE, Burns, Oregon, January 17, 1912. I Notice Is herebrtlven that Robert If llrown. of Diamond, County of If arney.Btate of Oregon, has niea in tnis omce on application io enter under the provisions of section tit, of the R. s l a. me jonowingaescrioeu iano, viz Lot Numbered four Ml. Section seven f71. Tuh nship 30, S., R. 3 ., W. M. SERIAL No. 0T.7S7 Any and all persons claiming adversely the Iatij4u jiAunfflr.ii is Hailrlnrr trk iki(ijil ).a.si,ia.s of the mineral character of the land, or for am other reason, to the disposal to applicant should file their affidavits of protest In this omce, on or before the 2nd day of March, vnt Wk. Fakbe, Register KOTICE OF FINAL SKTTI.RMENT. Io tho Count Court of tlin State of Ore gon for Ilnrney County, la the mutter of the estate mid latt will and testlment of William Altuov,, do ceased. Notice is hereby gicti that the under signed executom of the hIxivo entitled estate and will and tcstutuont have filed their final account, duly verified and in every reenrct os required law, and that the above entitled court ban appointed Mondny the 11th day of .March 1'J1'2, at 10 o'clock A. M. at the court houne at lluriiK, Oregon, hh the place and time for heurlng of objections to mill llniil account account and the eettlouieut thoroof. All pertoui) interested having objectiens: thereto must fllelbobuimi with tho clerk of the abovo court on or before thu nfo'ii (aid time of hearing, Thie notice h given in The Timed-Herald tinder the direction of taid court und will be pub lished for four coiiMciiti(wcok. Ditto of Flrat publication i IVburary 10, 10U'. Dated at HurnB, Oregon February 8, 10H Aluvmit Altkow W'lLLIK J, ALTNOW, Executors of tlio lost will and testament and estate of Wm, Vllnow, deceased, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I'NiTib States L.tnoOrTlt.1 Burns, Oregon, Jannary 31 191' Notice is hereby given that Nanoieoo 1 Riddle, of ilarrlmau, Oregon, who on June II. I9tf. made Homestead Entry No. 2701. Aerial No OvOH, forSttJi, fcectlon 6, Township J4b luugeai t., Willamette Meridian, caa niut ui tlte of Intention to male final dve-year I'roof. io establish claim to the land above described be fore the Register and Receiver, at linrur Ortgos, on the litji day of March, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses J J. Heinz. R C Heinz W II Robins, Jerr. 1'itlon, all of Harrfman, Oregon. Wm, Fakkc, Register sZXWrZir'T" ol fiaM7 tffiMMM Anv .ntl all i.roiiH clahndii alfrslT the - ' ' VJw L-1 J Webster's iriudit df hi rittMl, or dcslrlnit to otJi 1 1 f 1 1 u, if tin mlitrnl t'liArnrlor uf tli4 iniiil ir for au v other ttHsott, to the dUjuHi loHphin ant I ittioultl tile their Htl.da1tit of roiet in tl is oOice, un or IVforo ilio'.'ml da uf Mnroh 191 ( M. FihrttE, lU'K'IfUiT NOTICK FMU I'lrHMC'ATKiN L'NITKDATKMMtiiKHi fc IturiiK, Oretioii Jmuuir it, IOij , Ni tit'6l hcreti Klvtilttnt t tb '. It Mnu of PHmond. Coin i y uf" fi. nt, uf ttrf iron bait filed in it in nilu ti.t. u , Httou t.. nter uudfr the t inioiK tf it t on r hi 7 of the CerUe! f Hltiti b of il. In it-i! statfr, tho t llOMhijt (. M-ribv'tl lm d iz The -outli Fut (.,Hit.T nt 1 1- -oir'hwtg vjtiartert)feeiIou..t.ruuNfltii t - I. I M. SERIAL No. 06;S Anyaud all jerntis eiHlumii! !. rt f i UixJr denurlbe! or dMriii to !) t Nei'H n of the mineral character of the U"1 or u r any n'her reason to th tllnjn (a) to nti it-ao' should file thrlr atlidATttn of n't in Mux office o or before the and day of Man h. 1 U M FikHK llrglMer. NOTICE FOH PURLKWTION USIThD-TATLS LiSMtHI" K. t Buriis. orttion, jAimarx 17 I i Hotk'f I- herel tcin tin t K.l.-rt il Hr..vii of Diamond iunt of IIarIle ,tateof ir. r n has filed in thicofflre Ins m.lli athui to en er undertheproiIot)Mjf -t-i tlotm ..'- and 'i U" -l tho R. . U . thefolIowlUKdefrrilied land viz Southwest quarter of omhuftt quarter f ectloti J9ToruihlpduuUi,l:aiifie''t V , M SERIAL No. ffl nyatid h1) irsonn rlaliniiiK ndven' y the land described, or .lettirlnc to object U?i atiu of the mineral rhamrter of the tainl. or for any other retmm. to the ilif poil to afrIi atir khotilil file thur attidailK of proteit in rhm oftice, on or telaw the Jiid day of Marrh, VJli h Vav.hv, RBister New International Dictionary THE MERRIAH WEBSTER? TW t is a NEW CREA nccausc TIONf covermu every field of tho world'a thought, action and culture. The only nrn- unabridged dictionary in many yean. Became " defines over 400,000 tl'ortf.s; moro than ever before appeared between two covers. 2700 Va&ett, Cooo Ih lustrations. Became " ' "le on'-' dictionary I. with tho new divided page. A "Stroko of Genius." j Became Jt ' aa encyclopedia In a ainglo volume. Became " '" ocoepted by the Courts, Schools and Press aa tho ono bupremo uu thotlty. Became '30 w knows vrin Succesi. Let us tell you about this now work. WZITZ far spaclaMa 0 av ATt44 p. C 4 CMEXRUH CO, r.WUW,, Srriatr.U.lfu. Mialiaa iMipspr,STsraXl a ml JpvtlAt m94. I ADMIMSTKATRIX NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly ap nointed 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 this 23rd day of December. 1911. Euzahctii Thorn, Aministratrix. 50 YEARS' IENCE VMjHHEXPER It Irtamnto. Trade Marks Dcsicns Copyrights Ac. Anr'mo fpntllnji a nketrh and drcTlitlon mar qiiiCk3r rcrtain nur opinion fre whether au Inrentlun u pn hnMy mtntahlts. (onimunlea- iiotmninciiyr rnaeiiiiu- timowwiuH rutnu eni iree. i iv Hi I'&teutil tikpn t rpttiat nrtrtt-t. watwj faenfy tut aeputtnir PatenU. FiDuiJi Mann to. rucej hout ctiarse. in tho Scientific American. A handnomelf II'fltratM weklr. T-arveat etrr dilation of any icntiflt lotirnat. Ternia, (1 a -cur j four mon'tn, L bold hyall tiewaJaalftm. iflUNN&Co.36'B'"-NewYQrl( Uraiich ""- en Y Kt- Waaliltwimi. li.C. LOW r,Rf:S WIjST SPRING COLONIST PERIOD DAILY MARCH 1 TO APRIL 1 TO ALL CENTRAL OREGON POINTS WtiWm lilUUJJ OrhTrunkRy. SUM.MONB. Ill the Circuit Court of the State of Or- Kriti, for Harney County. CarriB Hanks' I'lff. ) vs. AiUicr Hanka.Deft. ) To Aehur Hunks, Defendunt : In the imme of tlio ritate of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear atiJ answer the complaint filed against ou in llio above entitled snit, on or hefore Uiol'mJ. day of March 1012; said date being the expiratioti of six weeks from tliu first imblication of tills Buininonu and if you fail to so appear or ausutr said couiplaint, for want thereof the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for iu the complaint, to will. Tor u decree of the Court (llnuoU'lntf the bonds of uiatrluiony now exMing betueeu plaitititr and defendant, and for the custody of the two minor iliildren, theUsuoof said marriage. Tliis summons is published by order of Dalton Illggs, judge of said Court, made and enteied January 4th., 1012, and the time prescribed for tint publica tion thereof Is six weeks, beginning witli tlieusuu of Saturday, January 13th, 1012 and coutinulng each week there fore to und including the Issue of Murch the 2nd, 1012. C. A, Bwekk, Atty. for Haiutlir, CENTRAL OREGON LINE FIIOM '.a (M) St. I'aul $25 00 37 !K) Kansas Cit) 25 00 81 50 Omaha . 25 00 32 00 )ts Alnini-H 27 65 50 00 Indianapolis 33 05 38 00 Denver 23 00 Chicago Cincinnati AI ilwa ukcv .St. Louis New York . .. Detroit From Other Eastern Points in proportion. Tell your friends in the East of this opportunity of movinj,' truaiai iuw iuius. jjireci train service via jsuriirmioii uoute, Northern Pacific, Great Northern, "North' Hank" antl Oregon mink uailwavs. You can deposit funds with me and west hound tickets will be lurnishetl people in the East. Uetuila will be rumixhed on requexl. W. E. COMAN, General Freight and Passenger Agt. H. HALT KOL, At., Redmond, Ore.;. J. II. COItKK'IT, Atrt., liend, Ore. y . J. t DIGfilrTINQ THE INDUSTRIES This Is the. title of a beautiful 64-ji vgo book, wblcb will sliov any boy or rlrl bow to fSUCCELD, Drop a poktal in the mall TODAY ud it will l tent FIILE. Tho aim of lbs College la to dignify and populailsc tbe Industrie!, and to serve ALL the jrcople Itootrs courses tn Aerlculture, Civil Enelneerlne, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering-, MlnlnsrEnntn to I la K, Forestry, Domeatlo. Cclence and Art, Com mr ) Ph imucy jd i'- .c Tbe College opens Hcpi '"I e J g '. -j ' i r . ! rtAI. COL. i THE TIMES-HERALD Job Pv" . irac SOCtKfUS, ItARNKY LOliait, NO. 77. I O J Mjj. every -.,.- .MJ.. s'limU.. JCoii,l IVgrc-i loiitlli halur.ls) ihlM Ivgri. Bl'HNS101tlKNO.7, V K. M , Mr.-ls e.ory first ti.l tt.lr.1 f;;''V .J" ;"' ini.nlli , , , J. M. lOM.w M Mim Mntlierslii'ail, Beerelary. M U1KKN WOOHMKMOK AMKUIl'.V Meets every sfc.imt amf lotirth Krulay un- Ihb st 1.0.0 K. Halls all nclRlitMis lii.ll.il. Now amiltcetits will r.'.elp rourlciua lr.'l- mfiit. M..V HIiiks.V V. T tester. t'lctV. Utiliht I'llAlTKIt NO. s0,O. K.8. Keels .'.er) eciii.l an asonli Mall. V Mia Sw.ek, Secretary. Meets e er srciuil and foil rt I. .Miuu!a)s. In Masonli 1111. veil Heic.iin.', n. .. 8Y1.VIA KKIIKKAH DKOItKK No. (J. Meets overy IstauJJil M educed). Myt KltiK, N il. Mm Wiseman. Kee tlec't. 11M.K t'MICI.K No. IM, V. of V. Meets every foutlli Tuesday. Maud lliirl.ni, (I. M Hosier (loodmaii, t!ler. OKKIOIAI, IHUKCTOHY TT OHHien: lis Sotiatort IJ.ttiallian Hoiirur- Jr. Klin. K, UlianiberlHln iV It Kills C.nuressnieii IJWIIawley Mtoniey Honor! A.M. t'rwf.. Uoveruor Oswald .'l fi'rulry ol aisle K W llensoti Treasurer ... T.H Kr sut. 1'ubllc lustrurttoii . I. K. Alderman State Printer W Hlmnlwev (Kubl Kaklli IT. A Mrllrlde Siiiireme Judges . lien II lltinieil I!. S. Iloau IK A. Mia.re NINTH JUllltllAl. IIISritlCT lllstrlct Judge Haltnii ks district Attorney J V. Mil i limn Deputy Dial Atty t' II i ..maid Circuit Court meeta Hie flrst Monday In April aud flrst Moudav 111 Oclooer lulut HeuHor . . . I' H 1'arrlsli Jollit-Kcrreeutatlve II llroolie eoL'nrr iiAKsm : uuuty Judge Hranl llnmip'uii It'll K II Walt'ls Treasurer Mlmtti I ew ih .ur.eyur K V. Miaf.-r tllirllt A. K. Itll'liardaoii Asstsaur , J.J lSillci;i.ll '4cbuoluierlulelideut t, M II i. in I linn Coruuer J . i,eary -.tutk Inspector Juhii Koblnon uuiuiissloners h. V. eylt.ster III A Mnyth County t'ourl nietta the tlrst W.hIiicsiU) In tatiuary, March tlay, July, Ctleiulier and o.eoilitr iakmiv u. a lank orru t .egister terelvtr Mayor. Kerurder, treasurer Marshal. in sarr, fallW hale. tirv -minim- lounclluieu O tt l Ii.-t ,-, .1' I ICni.ln J.C W.huiiu 1 1 ..It I.IUn. (, II Willi. A. I Vi. hum Frank I'at, 1 1 to Kates The Times-Herald .. . .,; ii'iiM' ix ouvnnu n""" "" Clubbing to Ux xubxnihrx at prxent THE TIMES-H One war 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-lFeekly St. Louis tfepublic $2.35 Farm Progress KUKIO to every paid in advance LSulWrihor (Jel one or moro of these jrood papers in eonnee tion with The Times-Herald for the lonjr win- ter evening. Call and el (Mubbinjr Prices JOB PRINTING Tin- Timci.llcrnlil i l'rtinrf.l ti ilo Hie y H.hI mill Moil SntlHfnrt.irj Work in (111" Mm' r 'i nil tin- LATEST TYPE FACES antl a mtj CoiuiiU'to Line FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY MIOKKSSIONAI. CAItiJ Wm. MILLEH A'lTO UN BY AT .v. lluriK, tirtvui ItooiiiN II niul 7 Miihiih, tuj, C. A. R EMBOLI AUoriiiiy-ui-,,V( Ourns, Orcflon, ATTOIlNKV-AI-I.Wv, ' ('urtiful ultrmtliin nlveii (jc tloiiN itml lttml Kutiil,, mHij l'lrti Inniiritiii'.. Notnry I'nlilu. UtlllNH. OlIHKiv, CHnRLES W. HLIilS LAWYER IlnniH, - . oIVf, I'tlll'lll'i'" III lilt. Hllltl! (null, , fniii tin. I'.H. Ijtinl dlllr,.. A. W. (tOWAN A'lTORNBY.AT.I.AW .Slalo Coiii-Ih and Unid-d g, IjukI Ollico Pnuiicc 'rhrootloors.Soulli of Uk Harney County Nnlionnl 1 HuriiH, Ort'Koti Dr- Minnie Hunt Physician and Surgt Lawen, Oro. W. W. DRIMKWATER f , lilacks.uuiiH.jr; nnd T - Wf - Metrlltiiti ut Hie CuuulU vwty 'uiirth Wfiuei'Uy Sumpter Valley Railway Co. Wiitfia'V Js . ml a. V r& i 'tr-CC' ' if!V Main St., Tl.Ml! TAlll.K NO. 11 IN JUNE U, 190S. Kl ii.ri Wml lluiinil. No 1 I'ass 3 0 I.v U-5 " 9 58 -10 01 " 10 07 " 10 17 " ' 10 22 " 10 2 " 10 'l " 10 r,5 11 10 " II 15 " 11 40 " NOON 12.00 " 1'. At. 12:05 " 12 10 " 1 10 Ar iu. No. 2 IlakiT Oity South Ilakt-r aalisbur)t lxx:kliartt Tlioinpnont Stoililard Junction) Water ThiiU Dean'u Sniirt AIcKwrnt JUNtniONt .SlIlliptlT JUNUTlONt bummltt O I. Camiit WliitncyJ TIITONt Austin Kui-t lUninil. 2 I'aHn p. in Ar 5 0 l.v 0 25 " A IX) " I 55 " 1.62 " I 15 " 1 10 ' 1 2 " 1.25 " 1 10 " 1.05 " 50 0 00 ! 10 MO M i mi cliiulr only tNo aiuiit. Tlcketa laenu.1 only for ntullonu wlirrf tralnit aro oclitxlulixl to inaku ri-nlur htopo, I'anscnKora inuut pnrclmnc tick ets wIiith agenta exist iwloro I'litcrin trains or 25 ceiita In aililition to tlm ru Ktilar fro will bo dialed. JOSEI'H A. Vi:.ST, riupt. UKA.NT.UKUDES, Asat. Sopt. Stoy's Restaurant and Bakery IlllrJ doorjaoutll side III.HKncr llulldiilK J. U. STOV, Proprietor Lunches, short order, pies, hrenil, cakes, etc. etc. FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED. This rifle is built for nettled districts where good range nnd killing power nre desired, with safety to the neighborhood. ThejJtfc2, 25-20 1, a light, quick, handling, ftnely-balanctd repeater, with tbe solid top, clowd.ln breech id eJec,lon futures which make JHarOA guns aafe and agreeable to use and certain In action. vttacltr mektUas toads with jackaled bullets aa wall .. the well-known "la" powder and low pre asure amoacleaa cart rldsea, and la lbs Ideal nn. for i.rKtt 1VX. for woodchucke, imr, liawks, fosrs, etc., up to see yards. - Tbla rids and ammu. njilon, and all uhtr Jmartlm rtnaaitrs. are fully described In cur lie-pane catalog. Fit, for 3 atampa postage. 7X2ffarlnrarms Cx) U milm 11s.t.f iwtvv HAVEM. CONN, "nvatSpanHaaaaasa1Hialalar P ilorseshoiiift Wagon Work COOLTY AUTO MATIC BRAKES Sums, Oregon, BURNS miLLaLMG CO. HORTON & SAYER, Propts. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Rustic, Flooring, Moulding, Finishing Lumber. Nearest SawmUl to Burns. Cood Road. Lumber Yard in Burns. J. Ol. CBflRY I'IiVkIi'Iiiu niul HurK""ii Ht.rilH, - - - Orrgnti llllli'nlii mm building mihIIi ,,l Wi lurnrait nlitip, MhIii si. riinno MiiIii.V,. DGNMAN A I.ENMAN, Phys cltins and 5urjjeen I alia ii.hiiI irni.l) ii.lid 'I'l.'.no lliitrlinaii. Ilarrlmdn, Omgon WnRSPKM & GRirriTfl l'll)itli lallK mill Kllinmna, lltll(?.r. oiiflloN h. E. iiuionKi) (Illlii. rrl iliKir ens. t iilinli. l 'Ik lliirn. Urt'iriM W. C. I.ROWN, HtiHNs, OKksaoje,. Oliliv rnnuia H NIH (I Mtiattiirr III It n i'uisss ssau, m iw.iM'. s a. X. V Ik 4S.4,, M. i, Go To The White Front Livery Stable NEW RIGS AND TEAMS 'Phone lo Me for Your Docloi Cails. R. .1. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor. COOPER & DODfi! Civil and Hydraulic EnKi IniKaliiin. W'nWv .Stiii Si'Wt;niKf, Walur IWi "iiri')s, o-, li.tlnmlM, h.i. i IIUUNS. OKKCDN JOHN ROBINSt SlucL lujpcclor, llarnty Com lliiini' Aililnwa Hun U OON Harnky Vallky HkKwi'.k-. ! JENKINS & KAISER, Propridcrs WINES, LIQU0ES AND 01GARS Best and most popular brands LOCAL beer on tap Courteous and obliging bar tenders CHAS. KAISER. Mgr- Burns, Oregon VJttXE ENGINE5S BOILERS I- ' On Mini A. O. I u rurmailir ,.i MisiNw fMrMirl I Dpi latnalmi Hrr lllllwr nl I Urslrin 11 III I Irl t. liaslern Oregon Engincc Company CIVII, AM) IKKIGATION Hums, Oregon Mil HPWHHHHnnHHI .' ' . iiimini rnmHmria jjuiMiiim , jet . ij,y, , uiu mzz7mMmmaamam t .' r-ZaS1BM., ;J ' QH --nr t4I H" tsjasaaai'israas' A aaa Ui WJTf.N. I 1A ' ..... i m.zzv-'zwmw iwgff,jiTk''" ".- aw I Jmgmsmmtbx, ikmfczntt&foti.., mills low am " I iRepeattogqTffe. B MMlWWillH jilGH GRADE MACHINERY WRITE FOR SPECIAL CATALOG AHQ PRICES TH E A.H.AVER I LL MACH IHERY CO. SPOKANE. WASH.-PORTLAND. ORt.- .'AH JOSE CAL. E. A. SHAFER Civil liiifjinter Jiin. Mnm, Orcion Soclcly ol l!ajlnccr U, S. Mineral Surveyor for ll'e Disfricl it Oregon Townsilc Surveying a SPECIALTY Narrows. Oregon The Lone Star Heslaiiranl All TCK, n.irl(.ir On inru.ir un Si. hum ,,,r lo IIiimiKiii lIu-kH' aiiloiin MHAUS AT nub HOUS Bokory i eonnoQtinn A Specially if Sliurt Orders. '1'nlilo fiiruiHiiil wm, tvDrylliinj. Ihfl iu irkct nf .m Ymir pair,.... K" Hdllcllml The Washington Rcslaii All TOV, I'ropriclor I'ry brick building, Post Office Tlit hill of faro iuultitlch t" HiiiiK tliu nmrkt't nllonlH. i onltTH a Hiicfialty. Hrcatl (Half, (iivo him a call. ! MOTH'S CANDY ST( Has jn rccWu'd :i li lot i CAMII:S, CIGARS. "I OHA Now anil IiiiikIhoiiic I'tci Card.s, Klalitwifiy, Ink. IViih, IVncild, Ntivt'llit a srixiAiry or mix camiy i Fint' itHNiirlnu'iit ttf uvoryili l. K. Mill I', Hums, OrcKuii ii)iiN(ii:Miti:iti,iNc, ; ... - sr. ' & ilowolur. Optlulan Iisiiirriivur. Knif Walili Ui')iiirin' A ilally.