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GO TO ROSEBURG
AND SEE WRECK
DRYS HAVE MADE
Bank Deposits Fall Off Half Mil
lion Dollars in Dry Town
ASSESSMENTS Midi IIKillll!
Real Estate Offered for Sale at Ltt
Than Valuation Rut No Bidders
The Committee of On Hundred
uy:
"If you wtitit hi fifed "ill whit
dry OrtM "ill 'I" tor Oregon, "
to RoMDUrg and see what dry
RosrluirK has at'iHmpliiihed.."
Here's wlmt it haa done.
It has cut down the hank deposits
by over S500.O0O, In spile of the
fact that there tM Its four hnk
to the two in existence when Roso-
bura lad licensrJ saloons, mid tl .1 J
the population has Increase a in pro
portion to the settling up of South
ern Oregon by new settlers and Im
migration. When Host burg had licensed M'
loons the tax levy, on one-third of
the valuation was IWfl nulls. Snuc
Rosehura has gone dry the ia levy
has varied frrm eight to ten BkHll
on a full valuation; rmJ in addition
occupation taxes have been steadily
Increased
TheJCommittee of One Hundred '
boasts that dry Roseburg has envtid
a SI 15,000 hotel. The hotel wis
erected in 1913, stood idle and ten
antless for four months, and was
rescued from the bankruptcy court
by liberal business men of the city,
among whom were B, L I'arrot, C. '
W. Parks, Joseph Micelli, A. N. Or
cott and Henry Hart, all of whom
re radically opposed to a dry town.
The Committee of One Hundred
also r.asts of the armory as an
achievement The armory was built
by sta e, county and city funds com
bined, and is not yet completed.
Over 140 leading business men
have signed a petition calling for
local option eteCtlOB in Rnseburg this
year, and such an election will be
held.
Many empty itore building arc to
be found on the I. idlng bt
streets a condition that MVtt gg
iited when Roseburg had lleeaeed
saloon.; Scores of dwelling bmiSM
are vacant for tU fir 1 tine in the
history of the ci;y
John Hunter, a leading contractor
and formerly a supporter of the drys.
is now advertising in RosebeTTg pa
pers: Business block for
for S500 less thrn present as
sessed vaUrumn
Another ptoperty iHt has of
fered four parcels of inside prop
erty for BJ e at less than the as
sessed valuation, and ha; not even
received a tender.
One ef he leaders of the dry
forces in Roseburg is a man who as
a former agent of the Alh.iny brew
ery made his fortune, and who to
day is the owner of a drug store.
He was at one time prominent in
politic, was repudiated by the vot
er of Douglas County, and is now
(aid to be seeking to place lieuten
ants in office through the dry move
ment. Beggars are common on the streets,
and many poor families are appeal
ing to the local bankers for aid.
And yet the Committee? of One
Hundred says.
"If you want to find out what Ore
gon dry will do for Oregon gd to
Roseburg and see what dry Roseburg
has accomplished."
1 PUTYOUR I
V a beween 333 ffl! NO I
I AND VOTE AQAiNSX I
PRPHIBITJH
I (SAMPLE BALLU ' I
fei anasaastaH 1 ! fimtym AX. - '':bW Von tor Om H
ta nwNDOg tejjjSl flgV-
13 MCHAJU) Hot Aajy iffl W
.aoUaegawj,iiiiii : '1 auBj? Von or tin
n onw dob jnv m r r .
H " UCHAiu B0E aPwai jama. jSatal
FrGovwror AV 7JKr roerCk II
aa jowl dob BL
23 bichaju) noa MSm fcfr
REFERRED TO rKOI'LltaWj-KCji M SgtllLY
for eat Aeaejndaaoa t of Seetlea 2. Artkle 0. Etc, f Am Pa. ar Vo YKS NO
! aOO Yee " gsj-jlajjBta
I 301 Wo " jggjy JWaBfcL. .
S""""""?"- - -- " a-.SamvaTeaaae. mShzm - HElB aamma. 1 .... k v .- kh
303 Yea .fiSaa aaaal aat B?
m eajwesaa aeeer gami
80S No r"lWSa aW
y, Fsr AoMBdaeea of Section 6, Ec, ateiBaaW MW QaV Vom YES or NO $
$' H v "aaV. AkW .sasLW M
a " aaaaT jPF &
1 a - - m mJkjm oJHr mwrSmiDiwmmAL nasaa--. n
jfij TUTMHIAL CMKT IfJjjjKwiTr AJb fc'ff Eto Vm YtS or NO
1 " Y" b -F--W; 1
aai wo Mm JT
itm Mw Hj of Mr. Ij HtRHg KA-CletT IMMM BAY r
Hj at 0 VEffntAyiOel jfi Ifor FIIWWL WtHMEM, Kto, koi. Kia or NO
323 Y k BT
8ji 333 Mty m
I MttoM b. j-k h. J jfe-PRC IIBITIOrl CONSTTTU- "
TlOrlAL AMCMHBNT, Etc., vomrtsorNo
222 'Ye T
I 333 X WO 1
ChiHIIIIi ll Willi I taWeted by Paul Turner, etc .-AWM.IMIIM. til-.ATW HINALTY, eu, VoM rtS or NO
M 324 Yea
338 Wo
r 11 in 1 11 ' 1
iVMmammu aw naW Imw ic-r-
HOOD MIVVH J)RU MTOHES KINI
"BUBINKIi II FINE."
(.rand Jury in hr Town Maya To
Much Uquor Bold Hapi Doctors.
Hood River li en of the "dry"
town that the Committee of One
Hundred hain't said anything about.
Hut "busineia I fine" there too, es
pecially In the drug stores. The Oc
tober grand lury pnt om day
looking Into trw matter, and reported
on It. In fact about all the (rand
jury did was to probe the liquor sit
uation In "dry" Hood River, thu
spending the taxpayer' money te
discover If prohibition prohibited.
Thl I what they found out, a
set forth In their formal report te
the Circuit Court on October fl. IBM:
"Nearly all of the time of the
grind ury hi been takin up with
conildenllon of alleged violation of
the local option law within thl lurie
dlctlon. We hive received the report
of the iherlff of the county to the
quantity of intoxicating liquor shipped
into this county during the last three
month. By thl report it appear
that 1 large amount of liquor he
been shipped to privet Individual!
during the period, ind presumably
ri.tirod and used legally It fur
ther appear that the quantity re
ceived hv the drug store during the
period wa considerably more than
during the preceding three month,
and too large to be disposed of In
accordance with the -.c lion of the la
cal option law regulating the writing
of prescription by physicians, and In
this connection we call the attention
of physicians of Hood River County
to Section 4WI of Lord' Oregon
Lew.
"We recommend that the physi
cian confine themeelve more close
ly to the letter of thl section of the
local option law."
The report Is signed by Joeeph
frailer, jr., a foreman.
I.IQI'OII IU'KINKHK
KINK RINOB BU
QENE IK "DUY"
Southern raelftc Shipments Indicate
How Normal Demand I SUII Met.
VBBt
barley, wheat and oata
for aaln at market price. - W. A.
Goodman 'a feed yard.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
t'niTsi. mTa I.ahii omi 1
Burns, Oregon. Nvpunbet It,, !U t
Nutln I herrby glvsu that fstet Mlllrr.of
rieMe, Oregon, who, on Juds M. Ill,siil Jul)
17. 114. reMellvlr JPf HefMHeeef lairtH
lion M: HWUNKM. ftKNlu, seelleb ,
TuwasblpM iSntb, Ealiae Ulul WHUmrti.
MurldKH. bas niwt BMlos of intention to mail
fl'iallhre res' proof, to eeUbllub rlslm ii.n,
laud stars deeerlbeo, before Oee. A. Ninriti,
Jr., U H. i.'etnmUeioner, at bis oflliu at
Andrews. Oroxon on Ine nth day of Nnreaibor,
114.
1 lalmanl titn wltiitasea
OIlTtr Mr artr. lrta HeKalvrey, Jnlm X
Wllllaim, John Hariiard, all of rialits, urviton
Wm. rtaaa. Kaii...
(IMVl) Burns 114 1,1st No.
NOTIOK FOR PUBLICATION
ItniTaBBTsTMl.snnorrtiB,
Barns. Oregon, Oetooar , iwiel
Notion Is heiebr atvan llial lbs Northern
in- Railway ruaiaiif, whoa poal om,
tl I'aul, Minnesota, has this Mh
btr iwu, lie In this oBl Its ai
seiem uaaar me nrorisiona ot iim
by Ilia Act of f onarrt
Paot
addiaaa la It
dar ofOntober
nllratloa to el
art ef I'otiirMM, approrad Jolr I, j 10 Hiat
aer.ssvi. as sienaao
nrevee May 17. ins
Nwuar.',c i,
pa naei. w. m
Township rfloutli, Hanxr
Mortal No. 074
Any ana all noreons olalnlne adreraclr iln"
vol oaanriooil, or at
JOKES IN "DRY" AMENDMENT
ADMITTED BY THE "DRYS"
a
Big blunder in misleading "prohibition" campaign is made
KfCIKM I l.. I'oiuiHlttar of Oae
lionilrril, logetaee wltb other prohlbl
tloa itunnisHon. buaata that Kugene,
tin aeat of the I'ntteraitr of tlrrgue,
i one of their "model" dry town.
Ami thi v unr " l.uatneae Is fine" there.
lot mi i,:itt urn Hutea that In the aai
remit atty at least one form of t.uat
in la good - the mail order liquor
haalBiBB
t'l.ni Januaiy I to Orlober I this
year, the Houtheru I'arlfle alute baa
shipped Into dry Kugene from outside
petal
U tiarrrla of beer,
to eeaes of liquor,
0B liega of lliiior
21 barrels of Hqu ir.
This ia enough liquor to stork oae
bar smIimiii for a year
lioulitleaa aimllnr amount have beea
til in by the Oregon Klerttlr Bail
way. and by the aeveral espreas roea
BMtel oH-ratiag witbla the city. The
11 inula do not ahow the amounts tu
Mb heg, eaae or barrel, but the fig
urea in any event indicate that there
lias been a test amount uf liquor coa
wiiii, t in "dry" Kugene from nhlrh
tin' ntv haa revolted no license re
turns at all.
The Committer of One Hundred aaya
bJiaoea ia flue in dry towae," but
it haa failed to specify ike kind of
l.ualneaa Official records at Kugene,
the home of the atato uuiveraity, wkere
hundreds of young men and women go
from all parts of the stats, speak fur
'!. inarlvra.
nrltiod.
ef lbs mineral eberaetaref Ibe laud or an;
inner reaaou 10 lue oiapoaet loappi iranij lllim HI
Its Ibalr alidavlta of orotoat In ih la ortli ... ,,o
or iwiore inr iwin amj ot novemuar. IVI
aalrliia toobjeiit hotauaa
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONJ
Vmtti, tts t.iabfirire, 1
huma. Oregon, Orlober 7, 114
Nolle IS herahy l ran that Jamas A. Oataaron,
of TVararh , oratron. who, oh Mar It.lSlt.nsda
llnineaieal fnlrr . No uoass, for Sguaartioo
IS, Township tt Smith, Range 4 r. . Wfllemette
Meridian iim fll.,1 miiim of Inientlou
to mate final three eear proof, to eetabTlsi
. In in. 1.1 li.. 1 ,ml .1,1111. ili'.i nt.ad. before tea-inii-rniol
Rei-elver, at Hums, Oregon, on the
r, IM14
ant nainraas wltnesaes
11 n-i-i. t ll Maunelt, I) Quler. K.
Hi, mi,,. 1, all of Warailf, Oraeoa.
Wo K.aar, Beslsler.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
! aTATMl I. AMI OKflCI,
Hums, I ireeon . Hnptenilriir SO, 1914.
Not
of I a
I
g
liii'n toe. u.rae " "ii'J.
who, on Jul I. ISUS made
:. for KUNWli and
..M I. I .. .nahlii li .. Kaiige
loin I. I owiiabto as B
in. Meridian, haa filed noili-e
l kIviii that Uaorga W Kller,
ii. who, on Julr I. Isujj. made
i Meno
Range
iiollie
of Inteatlon to maae final five year proof, lo
i-Nlabllah claim to the land abovt. dear-rlbeO,
before lKi'i-r and H.-relvor. ai Horns, fire
got, mi i tin .'itli da) of November. ISH
i lalinaot naiuea m wiuo
alt burn, iiii-aon
oreaon
( hi let lan Hem, otto I. tiaacs, Albert Wood,
earn ooodmaa, or laeas,
Wn.riaaa.BeetsUr.
W. Paaaa. Keflater.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNITKIt aTATBB LABS QtWlCU,
Buraa, Oregon, October 7, 114
Notice la hereby alien that James t'auirrou
fuerdlau ol Aunal auirrun, tnaaua. widow of
leu t ameron, IreceaeaO, ef Waver';, Orecun,
ette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to
mate final I'iree rear rrool lo eetnbllab
clalai to Ilia land above daarrllied. before Hee
later ami llarelver. ai Burns, Oregon, on the
11.11; !) ot November, 1114.
i lelmaut nemeeaa eltneaeea
B P, aieele, A. B Nennatt, D, liuler, K.
Ilnretnian. all of Weverly. Ore ,n.
Wm rasaa, Kcgtai.r
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
II aieeli IIT i tm t m an, iiawi, 1
Hums. Oregon, October l, Ivil
BUOENB,
Lane County's "model" prohibi
tioR city, and the sent of the
sate university, i
NOT A "UHY" TOWN.
I'rom January I to October I
of this year there were ahipped
into Eugene 102,457 QUARTS
OF BEER.
From January I to October I
of this year there were shipped
into Kugene 3.400 QUARTS OK
LIQUOR.
Of this amount there went to
one drug store ,r24 QUARTS OF
LIQUOR.
Express company records show
these figure.
IS EUOENE "IIRY"?
VOTE 333 X NO.
Fagerjo Matron rinds Liquor.
MclNl Though one of the m
lin-men had failed tu find liquor upoa
tbi. pereon of a drunh picked up on fka
-inita Inn., Mra. J K t'os, police ma
Iron, urc.iiled ill iliarovtrlag Matoo
quarla of wbiaky roaealid ia the oris
oner's rlothea, and confiscated the U
Huor
Albany Bootlegger (amity
AI.HANV. A J Miller, chained
with violating the local optiua law.
luia beea eontlcled of "bootlegging"
b) a Jury ia Judge Kelly ' court Evi
dence against the prisoner waa strong,
ami the jury reached a tordlct with but
little delay.
Albany Una Twelve Cases
AI.HA.NV. Tbumas Irvlag Terrill, a
local reetaorant man. has In ea fnog
-On for aelling berr In hia plurr of
liu.iuma iu tlul.it Ion of the local op
Ilea M,iiut. e His trial la the firet of
twelve to follow a do, n ladictmeata
kaniled down by the September graad
jury, 'seek oae relating te liquor law
violations la l.iaa eouatjr.
J. E. WHEELER, CHAIRMAN OF
THE COMMITTE ONE HUNDRED
ADMITS IN PUBLIC PRINT
That pronibition is AN INFRINGEMENT
OF PERSONAL LIBERTY.
That the word "DISTRIBUTION" was DE
LIBERATELY LEFT OUT OF the proposed
"prohibition" amendment.
That "ANY CITIZEN" may ship liquor "di
rect from some other state" into "HIS
OWN HOME."
EVERY CLAIM MADE BY THE ANTI-PROHIBITION
FORCES AGAINST THE PROPOSED PROHIBITION
AMENDMENT IN OREGON IS CONFESSED IN THE
ABOVE ADMISSIONS.
The Anti-Prohibition forces have steadfastly claimed:
That "prohibition is an infringement of personal liberty." Mr. Wheeler admits it, word for
worn, m puonc prim.
That "prohibition will not pronibii." Mr. Wheeler's admission proves his Committee of One
nunarea is not tryiag to pronioit.
That "prohibition 'does not mean Dry Oregon."
That "prohibition would be a death blow to the present healthy growth of TRUE TRMPRR
ENCE SENTIMENT in the land." Mr. Wheelers admission proves it. AV
That "prohibition would let down the bars to BLIND PIGGERS and BOOT-LEGGERS, who would deal in deadly decoction. " The
name law would allow any blind pig-ffer with a HOME to ship liquor "direct from Home other state" to HIS own hnm far the
. w.w
Notice Isfesreey glt.othal Bortna Mehaner,
ot Dlamuiul, Oregon, who. oa BeeHemter lo,
lit, made Homestead Ratrv, No. osen. (or
MWk. BWUigu Bs n, T.B.B.. B -.' 67,
end !,of I. Keetlon 5, Township an Kanse sat K
WlllameU Meridian, has Bled nolle of I men
Ilea lo mate anal Vommatatloo proof loeeiai,
llab elalm to lb land abov deorrlbod, belor
BaBl tr and Beeelver at Bnrna, t'reaon, oo Ihe
ISU dae ol November. 114.
(lalmaal aaasaa aa wlineeeea
Basel Behauer. Chrlsilau mhaoer, liean
llortoa aad KobeH Bead all ut in. ,,,,,.!
flugiua
Wa. Paaaa, Bslett.
KOTlUl VOM I'UHMCATION
I'miali hrnraa l.aan Hern s,
Hum., tiregou, nept.-uiuor M. ISU
BOtlee la lierehy alven Itiat (Irover OoimIIow,
ut Heme) , M.Kon who, oa Starch 10, lyo.
ma. I. Honiealrail Kotrv, Mo, Ul'iis, for Nhld,
Miiikhi r. lowuahii ll h , Hsogc saK.erlT
lamatti Miiiiliriii i.wa til.-il tiollce of Intewlioa
to make llhal five year orool, to eelablleh
iIkIim o the iimI aluxe ileai illieil, liefore
lilt' Hi ulali-i aliit ICi elver, alburn.. IjiMiun
n Ike nil il.) nl Novrtolier. ISI4
i lalinaiit iiami r ai Allneaaes:
Jem." Iim' Until fi In Ink water. Joe Clark,
I li-ijjaili', .11 nl Hatriev, ttreaoa
VV. rXsss, KefleWr
CARLCj
f
tf l.
Mi vl'la, J
BurtiK, .
OMIoo la now
barn
I'la,
. c;. i
arjrtslclBB,
ajajgaj MMI Ktd
HARLAN
rnjrBeciag.
Narrowa,
If e-ll I AI. IH He . TtlkV
ertrs naaooH
II m x.i.at.ira I'ln. K i Uaraberlaln
I Harry Lane
li Hawler
IN i aiaooti
. ... A.M. Crawford
trawaliltteai
iniiareesmoo
Stbiruer ileneral
ilovernor
seereiarr ol Ktat
Treaanror
-0il. lut.lli- Inatrui Hon
rMala l-nnl. r
miirenie Jul jr.
I I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
NlTKt) BTATtU I.ANII OrPICK
Huma. Dretoo.tlclober II, 11
Noiloa la aerwbv alven thai hnn.mi. a
.Hwra, mi t.iaaeoeio, ui
-erawo. woo. on urtooer
IS, tNi.aUi Honieetoad Entry aerial No. em.
iotBHeeWbrMWUBWU, Bee.gt and NBUWC'.i.
Seetlon l.T.oaVlplrlBoU.. Raofe C gaai.
aril...... u.n.,. fc- .uj.i". -.T...TT
a.
tloa te make Baal fl've-roae prool, aoaaubllsh
euum to ine lauo auove oeeeriOM, before H
later ana nereiver, at aaras, Uregon. ui
.em aaj ui jaoTomoer, iviv.
ilalraaai nam lor wliea
H II Brown, Chares A. Well aad Jnlm
eSavr. all all ot Ulamond, nreaou CHdord
iitouatier a, ol Narrows, Oraarja.
Wa Paaaa. Bxtaiei
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Uarraa Braves l.aNBtimca .
Bums, tiregoa. October lotn, iu
To Harvet Yovag, of Poilvfarm, (ireaon, lota
BBBM
Vmt at hereby notlBed that Mettle l.im
I'errjr won sires HI!, Urefou, a her hw
otsce address, did oa (x lobar loth, itli nl In
this ofBe her duly corroharwte.1 annlti .tim t.
routeai and ae.-ure the ranrellallon of voar
Hometed Bates No.. Berlal Sit. oami .,m,i
Seiilember-aath. tH (or HUBW',. N '.Ml ..
sertton IS, 1. J B., K. a B., and '
ui we.. Me. uei. -dw, u... .. '
ells
she allege that eald Harre Youae haa whulli
auaoaroneo aaiu enirf, eetablUbed raalilem !
aaoal atareh 1MB istk, But never maiutaineii
Iherealdeac llnui ealabiishe.1 abeenwd him
Mlfeatlrelr from his dalm and the in lain
sine July let, 1st, sail haa aim r , l,tn(. i i, ,
rssldeae theeelram ever star thai da: lo the
peaeealdat.
Yow r, therelore. further notlBrd (hat the
nawin osuaeuaaeoaiaaMVI, ami
i W.oieoti
T. M Bar
1 A Chorchlfl
r Mlwolwar
kla
I T A. Mr Brute
. ', Ueo at fearaott
B. B. Bees.
I P. A. Mow
NINTH ;t'UI IAI. DIBTBJCT.
Illslrlrt Jndee IMvlUaa Blaai
i oiini) Atinrnry (io. B MaoasSr
i Irmlt i nun meet the Bra Monday In
April and Brat Monday In October.
oehhari
Phyiclrg)
Calls answer.)
Thooe Ham m.
HWirai
Dr. Mil
Physician
telfwet T.lcafc.,1
La wen,
Mat Kenalor
li.lnl Hepreftenlatlv
WM Brook
W. P. Human
OOIBTV BABBBTt
t'ouniy Jiiilin
mart
trraaiir, r
aurvey.ir
Sheriff
Aaaraanr
Sebtnil Maperlatsadeat
Oaioaei
Stork IneiHTKir
I'ommtaatuliers
.ram Thomneoa
K T Hue net
li A MUlet,
C. B. Boer
A K. MIcBanssoa
It. laaosaaa
I. M Haaillsaa
ii. w.ciovnagii
John Bshiasaa
B. P. arjrlvwser
rTboa. iala
to
t '..only nurt mm ibe Brat
January. Uan li Mar. July,
Rev as her.
aaajiav r a. Man orric-s:
e'eter wm Pane
Brlvr Hm MotherakoavJ
i itt -suae-
Mayor. ... Ham Motherebeed
H.iy Van Mlnkl
li.iiaui. II. ur. Halt
atarshsl. B. I.. Heine
ll J Haaeea
t'onnrllmeoe- A. 0. Waloama
I Jam Laaspehlre
, H. J McKinaou
Meeting ol the t nunrll .everf Heron d and
Poarth Waduewl
b. E.
3-N!
Offloa firet l
Bmmwa9 M
"'t.
oorsi.i
M. A.
Attornejgj
Vaogtly Bldg.,
A. R
Attorney-,
Bupns,
ATTORN
Burn-,
Boom e and 7
Parm loans .,tit. k
KYI
maetsi
CHARLES W.
LA WYE
Burnt.
PraeUeee In Uie Htate
foro tbo i:.s. Und
OCkkl
WNK'NlttswBdaKuwi,iaJasa
TotartlpB. BoaDi, KnI&. taa. wniam
a. Meridian and aa round lor bar eouta.t
o are, then
I albafatlona
r said autre
roaraald eiitr will l canrelled without fur
mer rigni io n ara, ettner betur IBM oBli-r
or on appeal. It yoa tail to Ale In tbi onV.
wllhln twenty days alter Ihe Pol'KTH ptibliia
lien ol thla noilre, aa ahowa below, tour
eaevrer ander oth aoeiincally reapaodtiig tu
la aleegatloaa of eonicet, togtbr with due
prool Ibai sou have eeried a ropv .,( vnur
aaawer aa the aaid eonieeb.a.1 elih. i. ...u...
or by realatere,! mall.
You ahouio stal la voar aaawer lb name ol
lb peel oases to which you dealr luture
Bollr 10 lay sent loVoo.
Wa. Paaaa. Begular.
eie ui nrei yururailoa urtooer I ,'tli, I'll
Dal of eeeoa.t (.ubileallon li.-Uibvr Mth. 1 Ml
Data of third publloatloa October Mel 114
IMI ef fourth publloatloa NovemWr 7ih. lull
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
t'sirabBTiTsa Lantioerii s, I
Hums, otogoa, octobor a, 114. (
Notice I barbyglvn that Claude I.. Aualln,
ol Narrow, tireajou, who, on April 7. 11 aad
!'W!B vh wt raorilvel mad llomwbmd
Blrta,No.JM-i1l),lorBU, Hr,7, RyNg
Bee laand WUNWU. Beclmo U. Townal.li. .
a . n ilia
a.. MaaiJ
ooilee ol luwaUoa lo make anal tl.re year
prool, Ui eatabll.h elalm lo ih land abote d
scribed, laUor BlMr and Raoslvar. at Hum.
', iuis oar ot November, IUI4
Claimant asm a elluaam;
11
AW. Murlburt
awe all ol Narrow, Orei
ol Bums, Orgon.
B. ttouldeu. J.g, BUSK
a. William r.w, , n
jiiiiiiiimt
ROU
WMW f ' f i f d f ' .' -.! t TBrTimrMw.i r .. 4L . - -a ...
nuuvu i-iuui.,Mi.in an mucn 01 a .,itinjv uw nny miirr man or woman in uregon. And the blind pigger, because he is NOT
UNDER INSPECTIO N by federal, state or til y ollitialH, will make one barrel of PURE WINE BEER or LIQUOR into
DOZEN BARRELS OF POISONOUS BEX Eli AGES that will make a new generation of imbecile. Idiot and criminal
MR. WHEELER'S THREE BLUNDERING ADMISSIONS ARE THE BEST THREE sRsE-ASONS
WHY HIS MISNAMED, MISLEADING "PROHIBITION AMENDMENT" IS AN A.LARMING
MENACE TO THE STATE.
Can any Intelligent Voter fail to gee the "Jokera?"
VOTE 333 X NO
11 AslverlUemeal. Taapaper Wiuge etaraera' Leasts of Oraaoa. Psrtlaasl, Orearea
RODNEY DAVIS
House Painting
Paper Hanging
and Decorating
Calclmlnlng
Hardwood nnlahlng
jFreavco Painting
aTBttlaBaBtesi naraUaBi oa aa-
M..ilaM Mmmmm .. ...
1.wwaB waa i aeaaaaaaaawai aavwa,
arrx niai a ciance
mmmmmmtvmmmttmuniti.
$1500 Reward!
TwoOreaoa. Cal
I lornl and Nevada
Uveatook Prober
Una Aasoclailaaal
which lb under
signed ta member,
will in. i.ee ai
reward tor avt
dentv leadlu a
the arreat and a)n
vlctlon ol any par.
ty nr parti eti
Ing hi,re eettl.
or maws UeUoglng
.. any ui ita mem
ber. Iua,l.1ii,n, toh BasMB. lb DDderalgwoe
otfera Ihe aame condition 100.0 for all horse
l.i.i..!. , I burao ahud bar on both or either yaw.
Braad reroute.! la eight couoltos Rang
llarnajr, IjUi and t'rook countle. Horses
reeled when eol.t
Nun hut grown bora sold aad oaly la
'(i- liiitii in..
W W. HK.i n- pit. Ormrea.
Oha. II
Attokm:v-
Crefu attent ui gi
llOnB Bird K. :
rire iiursaa
Notarv
Burns
A. W. G0WI
ATTORNEY-t
State Courts and
Land Office 1
Three doors Soaal
Harney County Ng
Burns. On
Sampler Valley Railway Co.
Arrival aad Dtpartarc Of Trgigj
Departs
No. 2, Prairie
Sumpte
Arrive Baker
10:15A.M.
2:35 P. M.
4:00 P.M.
Departs
No. 1, Baker 8:30 A. M.
Sumpter 10:05 A. M.
Arrives Prairie 2:10 P. M.
No. 1 .Makes good connection
with O.-VV. K. & N. No. 10 leav
ing Portland 7:00 P. M. and No.
17 from east arriving Baker 6:60
A. M.
No 2 Connects with la Grande
local 7:00 to La Urande, and No.
9 (fast Mail) picks up sleeper
there arriving in Portland 7:00
A. M. Also with No. 18 at
10:45 P. M. for points East
FRANK DAT
Attoenw ol ta.
saeo.f I
S. Land OHiaiB
Oace botweeu Han
aad Land OBn
iistj
K. (). I ll I.1HII
rormorlj AaaL kn,
laU.B auKlamatioi
...i
Eas.ero Oregon Engs
Coiitpaoj
Cim ANI IRBIdtTM
s, OltM I
Dirool connr. t . as esssej
HARRIMAN-ANDREVW
A.H.CURKY,hl
Leave Harriasan Moi lay sssl.1
aasl arrival Wcdiu uUv sail
aaem'woatk, connr, i ng sSei
Bsso to' Doaio.' Winn, mucosa .
r
I ' SBkaajBaji .r m.
THL .HOST
ACCURATE It
frtlllntHsaSltaaat
BeJwaeal WBkaB aj 11 g ajBtal lgsJjjTaH
Riflt ia the WORLD.
Miiiln In two iiiijtilii on
for .W Sliort H. I', i-ar-
trldgc - tbo other for . tt liy(
lino n. r.
STEVENS
-VltelBLt LOADING"
RIFLK NO. 7a
Handle la ,9fl
(iuort and It M
BMIaT rlHa cartrkltrn.
Hen J fur liaiulaomulv
lUustratt-il It I tit-. I t it
log and "How to. slim. t
Weil".
Order Stevaae Rill.
Pistols aad taot uos
frotti jinn ),-,,i, ,
J. STEVKN8 AltlUS
TOOL COMPANY.
. O. B0O4.
rAtxs. MASS.
MBI AT
PgfCg m
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If T
, Wo do job printing.
J IK, I - vCaTwaf
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I " Tlia only way to l 1 .
W gel the frnultia '
i nkw nomfl sbbBB
Sowing Mactuno M BTl
1 i. I,. l.Uy iluj raachaa J - JM
1 vi h ihe name NEW M
HOME on ihe am
m an J in the legs, M I HrVW
Thla nuU I, M-t ' i ' f
M waeraated lue all I .2 Kafrl
M "" aaaTJ Bf u. J
I No other like it W? 1
I No other as food W
JOHN UK Ml. I J.1.M
Jeweler. Optu'iaf
l',mria op.
Fine Wstch Repairing m
cialty
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Tki Kin Hon. Sivlg. UiciIii Cibmil
OftAJrvOg. asASS,
At All Hours.
Ordent tint) Pjtnpl
With Koasoinil.l.- li
t.ive Me' A fall
to Tlsaaa-Neraia

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