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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 8 July 1911

imtftfulk mm Wh4 ittt(S'Siernl& Tlio Ofllcinl Paper ut Harnoj County hits tlio Urgost circulation andlioneol liu ticbt advertising mediums In Kilom Orppon. We &rcnt Unruttj otitttru ftovau in urea of 0,428,800 ncroi ol land, 4,U.1l,dCI aero yet vacant subject to entry under tho public land laws of tlio United Htutea. - -i- VOL. XXIV UURNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OKEGON, JULY 8, 1911 N0 34. AGUE MEET AND FAIR Inty Fair and Central Oregon Be- velopment League in October NY PROMINENT MEN COMING tory Making Week That Will Brinjf the Biff arney Country Results Portland Business Men tnd Railroad Officials Among the Outside Visitors.' first week in October is fo be n history making one mey county ami Hums will to big delegations from interior or central part of e besides her homo pco- that is fair week and also ;e of meeting of tlio Cen- :gon Development League ! organized at Prineville. 3 secured the next meet the league and the date ft to the Hums delegation w. Hanley, the president Lea...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 8 July 1911

l 1. f ! : 4 :! ' .? ': S ; ( i i. I, ii A H I4 . :.'l ? n 4 H i i'i1 i ' j a- 1 J s f' -a r ; 5 SCBSuin iiaijJMa'auiiiiiiuMiMiaiiiaiwiiawMBiBMMiaiii &&& f V Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg. NEW SPRING GOODS Now on Display, Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers, etc CLEANING AND PRESSING PRICES ARE RIGHT--THE PLACE TO BUY We carry the I J. -V. 1). Under wear in Union and Two Piece Suits. Tlio muln entrance lo this sec ond flaor will bo from Main street with easy Btnirway nnd there will ttlso Lo oxits nt tho baelt lendfnjr. down two ways. VAI.LHY VIMV CULGDRATES Thti 4th of July celebration hold On tho beautiful grounds of tho Scott Hayes placo under tho ruiBplcoa 6f Valley View Grango No. wv turned out lo bo ono of ''TUX'' KI2AUB DKOWNL'I). William 10. Heado, one of tho most popular and highly esteem ed young men of thin section, lost hla lifo...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 8 July 1911

n ! O 3 J II ,, m-., , , ii ... .1 Lines-Jierald. f-.E t.AKOKBT CIHOUI.ATION Of r NKwarxrun in thiboounty. SATURDAY, JULY 8, till Local News. lint Schenk Hros. and seo bw Panama hats. s. A. M. Kelsoy spent a few fat Canyon this week. fine and complete lino of , jrarden and flower seeds at l's Grocery. Dsli supply of groceries in- 1K lard, bacon hams etc, Rgey & Richardson's. frs. U. (Jumnuns lias iosi ner Pheasant and will Rive a iblo reward for its return, ill and seo the late arrivals ess Roods, shoes, ties, furn- Igs etc. at unKcy is kicii- bn. sses Emma and Ella John- Mid Lillian Hendricks were quests of friends in this city ferday. le irencn uotei serves a Sunday dinner and special ution is Riven to family ice. ink Swain will leave tomor- inornniR tor rortinnci on less connected with the nec- ry material lor ine iimes- Md buildiiiR. jolly campinR crowd loft iweek for Myrtle point to id a few weeks in recreation. be making up the party were Sairers and family, Henry IChester...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 8 July 1911

gss M fMf. mi hi iff '1 H It. IS 3 ;M t '!. l ii , ?$i .Pl 7 it 5' VS iy 3 ii ,,.,? , ?t H ii m H . , Me ; si -I J! i .,. . Jw, I V r ' 4(1- :,H !'i ! ,(, m INDUSTRIAL NOTES. Portland Corcapondont Great benefit is expected to result to Interior Oregon from tho selection during the past week of nn experiment site in Harney County near Burnn. Tho location was picked by ex perts from tho Oregon Agricul tural College and a track of 00 acres was selected. A capable man from tho college will be placed in charge and soil pro blems of tho interior will be solved. Proper dry fanning methods will be shown and the station will servo as a nucleus for n number of other experimen tal farms throughout Harney County, Later it is hoped others will bo established in Eastern Oregon. The Pacific Highway Conven tion will be held in Portland August 4 and 5 and arrangements will be made by the Portland Automobile Club and representa tives from every prominent city on the Coast nro'expectcd to at tend. A n...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 15 July 1911

w -. . S : iiinmiiiiimi'.wui'iiniijiii 9lt ffircnt Unruey Couiurjj Covori an nrca of 0,428.800 crct ol land, 4,03I,M ncrco yet vacant subject to entry tinder tlio public land lw ol tlm United flutes. Tliu Odlclnl Taper of lUrnojt County Ins thoUrgost circulation ftniliaonoot ho lifit lulvortlaltiR moiltiiuis In tailor u Oregon, fOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 16, 1011 NO 35. P S K if) mmt&tfralh 1 ILL WAITS RAILROAD L Horton Tells Oregonian Writer Burns has Hopes for Road ASPECT FROM VALE END GOOD man Interests Have to Build Through Harper Basin in Order to Hold Right of Way Long ago Acquired Reports From Vale "Are Encouraging. and Mrs. H. M. Horton of but Julian Byrd is putting up a Harney County Or., are fine Mck and stone block, to bo city on their way to North Jfdasan office for his Times- .... Herald and ns an opera house. for an outing and mc.den- Ad(,ison Bennctt , 0rcjronian. o attend the meeting ot uggists' Association to be tere this week. Horton is one of...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 15 July 1911

mm&mmmmmmm 4r If i I'm I .sg' BONA FIDE MID-SUMMER SALE 25 per cent off Men's and Boy's Summer Suits 15 per cent off on Boy's Wash Suits 15 per cent off on ail Straw and Panama Hats FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES RECEIVED CLEANING AND PRESSING Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg teiiaivc improvements til onco nnd lntor give n (lay service in ordor to furnish power to those who desire it. This 1h a tnovo in the Hslit direction nnd ono Hint will meet the npprovnl of nil who pntronfzo the concern. MATINUH SUNDAY. IMPROVL'MONTS CPN1INUU. Tho work of remodling tho hi llissner InilldiiiK is proKressin most satisfactorily. It will not ho mi extensive as at first contem plated owinjr to . restrictions placed by tho city council in ex uding certain requirement in tho buildinK. Mr. Hissner has countermanded his lumber order J. 15." Johnson hns his promis at the mills and will only re- iiitf Hiring of hnrness horses in model tho first lhor for tho pre- ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 15 July 1911

a se o I i liiimlmiWTIiiiiiiim m !s-JIerald. litaKST oihoulAtion or SI'ArKU IN THIS COUNTY. JRMAY.Jl I.Y 11, 1911 )cnl News, : hot enough. trance Snlo at Hellenic ayes was n business ur city tin's week. and complete line of en and flower seeds nt eery. n Freiman is enjoying mher sister, Miss Alma fof Los Angeles. Supply of groceries in Brd, bacon hams etc. & Richardson's. Cummins has lost her nsant mm will give a jeward for its return. see the late arrivals oods, shoes, ties, furn- c. at Hagoy & Rieh- lovenger has returned fin a business visit to and other outside rench Hotel serves a ay dinner and special is given to family lector returned Thurs- a visit with old time ; the Crow Camp neigh- 3ED PRICE SALE OF JODS AND FANCY IT THE RUSY COR- IRE. Bienk of the mei'chant has gone to Portland aring Mrs. Schenk and jpon his return. lays, iormerly witn u of this city, arrived sday from Roise and Kn for a short time. rer, the ban rrancisco was here for a few week looking after busi...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 15 July 1911

t PIIOFK88IONAI 0A i Cv ft ?1 Bggui-sys!i!eaH3!1MIWj SUN3BT NOTES. John Hodder was n visitor to Burns Saturday. Tho Nowcll boys started to stackinR hay for Win. Ilanloy on tho 00 ranch. Clyde and Vnn Embrco rut up a nice stack of hay on their farm this week. Tho hay ia a mixture of rye grass and needle Krass and is of first class quality. R. D. Staid started to tho hay field Monday to work for James Bunyard. Robt. Sottlemyro is cutting most of his ryo for hay and it is the best seen this year. Mr. Tomlin has commenced plowing his eighty aero field to seed to grain tins fall. Sunset will bo a grand place for tho location of a branch ex periment station and it ought to havo one. Surveying out of the town site at Wellington has come to a sud den stop for reason unknown to the writer. Burt Porter and W. It. Daw son are working near Iawen. Colin Dawson returned homo for a few days from near Diamond valley where he has been work ing. Mrs. Embree, Harold Sellers, Clyde Embree, Van Embree. ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 22 July 1911

o v ''5 JWW""MirtliMWMIflpjlfJjiffytjMWWM(iww Cite tfrent Itnrttey Catutirg Covers an area of 0,428,800 acre ol land, 4,0.31,051 acres yet vacant subject to entry tindi r the public land laws of tbo United Htatet. Tim Olltclnl rior ol llama; County liaa tho Urgoat circulation and la one ot lio bout mUortlslnn modtuuta In Kailarn Oregon. VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 22, 1911 NO 36. W& imtfrtf& IAS GOOD WORD FOR US mtral Oregon Called Land of Great Promise by Mr. Chapman tARNEY VALLEY IS WONDERFUL tperiment Stations Tor Farmers and Better Organ i zation Present Need of District One Ranch That Would Support Thousands of Families if Cut Up. Manager C. C. Chapman, of Portland Commercial club. jrnetl this morning from an ended tour of investigation augli the great central Oregon Dire. He returned doubly en- isinstic with the possibilities It oiler there and their trcmen- s significance to Portland. fWe of Portland have but a faint idea of the magnitude that great s...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 22 July 1911

iffi UPjwhii iiupwhw pjw l"WiWwwyf?iEMBI fit's f'M ' ft I I' I iti H BONA FIDE MID-SUMMER SALE 25 per cent off Men's pud Boy's Summer Suits 15 per cent off on Boy's Wash Suits 15 per cent off on all Straw and Panama Hats FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES RECEIVED CLEANING AND PRESSING Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters UUIIIO) aWfvaat -w. w.. .. .,, .- Vs - r MRS. R J. McKINNON. Mrs. R. J. McKinncm died nt her homo up Iho river lnsl Tues day cvcnitiR nftcr an illness of some two weoks with spotted Cover. It was more or less a shock to the many acquaintances of tho family as but Vow know of her illness. Mrs. McKinnon was ono of tho best known and highly eslecmel pioneer women of this country whero sho has resided sinco 1880. Mr. and Mrs. McKinnon had reared a larRp family and had made on ideal homo on a small Carm north of Hums where they : wore Hpinriing their declining years in comfort with soveral of dates the co-operation received from tho Association in tho way of collecting ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 22 July 1911

cf n"fi a SP rWsffiK Lmes-Pcrald. IlK LAIIOKRT CIllCULVTION Or tKKWflrArKH IN T1I18 COUNTY. dATUKIlAY. Jt'l. 1. It'll ...N iuoorc Locnl News. Clnraneo Sale at Schenkl Kniser is reported on the L F. C. Dibble is over from tcrcelc. Ino anil complete lino of jarden and flower seeds at Grocery. fey Smyth and Clms, In Thursday accompanied lir families. ill supply of groceries in laid, bacon hams etc. jjey & Richardson's, I'and see the late arrivals ps goods, shoes, ties, furn- etc. at Hngey & Itich Boyer, special agent and ey oi trie general lanu Ms in the city on ollicial BS. French Hotel serves a mulay dinner and special an is given to family ssor uonegan and little id County Clerk Waters ane to Logan Valley for ing. IUCED PRICE SALE OF tGOODS AND FANCY AT THE BUSY COR- ITORE. Griffith andJ. L. Gault luite successful in their "trip to Bear Valley Sun- fhe Doctor remembered ies-Hcrald family with a t George Marsden re- "wirh thorn. . V he nmtK urn nlrl.'WP ie first of the week f...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 22 July 1911

1 11 ' r'W i'H I v$ ii '! It ! It "SB. .11 I'll INDUSTRIAL NOTCS. Portland Corespondent Willamette Valley counties will comblno to mako splendid exhibits at the state fair at Sal em and later the fruit, vcKcln blcs, grains and grasses grown on Oregon soil will bo sent East to bo exhibited at five of the lar gest land shows in tho country next Fall. At n meeting at Al bany during tho past week, re presentatives from Linn, Benton, Marion, Polk and Lane counties agreed to program and Yamhill county will join in tho plan also. The Willamette Valley exhibit will bo shown at Now York, Omaha, Chicago. Knoxville nnd St Paul. The State Land Board has fin ished n trip through the Lake view region, inspecting lands there under state control, and upon their return members of the Board expressed themself as en thusiastic over the future pros pects of that section of tho state In fact they were surprised that any public land remained in that part of Oregon. Colonist rates to Oregon will again be ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 29 July 1911

ll Wive lm'aHria Tliu Olllclnl l'npcr of llnrnny County linn tho largost circulation andlionool lio beat nilvortlsltin modluins In Kaitorn Oregon. &fl 05rent Stamen Country Cover an nroa ol 0,428,000 sure oi Inml, 4,031,1(51 acrei yet vacant aubcct to entry under the public land lawn ol tlio United BUtes. VOL. XXIV I3UUNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OlUCGON, JULY 2!), 1911 NO 37. imftefatii yl RRY UP GOOD ROADS tie People Want Governor West to Call a Special Session FINE LEGISLATION TO THIS I of Petitioners is to Have State Legislature Au thorize Counties to Incur Indebtedness for Roads fter Approval at the Polls Clubs Getting Busy. ions to the Governor askv Advice reaching the oflice of l to convene n sneeial ses- secretary C. C. Chapman of the enact "irootl roads" laws LeaRUO njr prepared by many coin- indicate there attend ance. Commercial bodies so lar linnwl ftMm iiWjmrl trt onnfl tiler .lorKaiuzsiuoiisoiuicaiaie, ,llocrn:m,n fIU,n fnnf H,..f tlin ill -be passed by many of limultaneous...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 29 July 1911

a 5$ flw 1 8.1 r . M tt m wi i u . .-7 -r-.r.jga..l)wiiuu-"-'- ir- -u.-., s.-.i- , ..... , ,, ., - - . iiiifimwnMM IT I ,- , 11 if 1 i ! I I 1 I I g 1 ;.iw.i.Wil,iMJM'ft"i3WlW'JWI8g ?5S the imnii MHF.TS rKldllTrUL DOATII, BONA FIDE MID-SUMMER SALE 25 per cent off Men's ai d Boy's Summer Suits 15 per cent off on Itoy's Wash Suits 15 per cent off on all Straw and Panama Hats FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES RECEIVED CLEANING AND PRESSING Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg lUc Simcs-fwrafi J INCREASES TUB SURPLUS. BATUMI VY. JULY Jl.IlM aiiiiwmii-rio hath Una Year Hil Month! ..,., ThrcoMouthi .. JULIAN 111 Hl - lt" Wi- It I The directors of tho First Nn lioiml Hank of this city mot on .July 22nd, at which time tho af fairs of tlie institution were triv- ,on a careful examination and (found in excellent condition. The directors further increased ( tho financial responsibility of tho bank by adding $5,000.00 to their 'he suggestion that Gov. West surpl...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 29 July 1911

.eiald. HKST ClIiinU.ATION or M'KU IN THIB COUNTY. k Ji i v imi lual News. i kuico Suit" at Sclionk bble ami the l'oniek ovor at the V Ranch iiicl complete line of fen and flower seeds at eery. hnil o.iil fnmilif pniviriri Silver Creek this bra short visit. pply of groceries . in- K, bacon hams etc. E Hichardson's. was over from the irst of this week and lEgli back with him. is prepared to fill with hay at a reason- See him about it. henard is suffering fcre attack of rhcuma- is improving slowly. see the late arrivals K)ds, shoes, ties, furn i. at Hagey & Kich- inch Hotel serves a dinner and special lis given to lamny lines was down trom Isterdny looking after tile interests in this ,D PRICE SALE OF )DS AND FANCY THE BUSY COR- E. fconnell returned last ter an absence of two lout side points in the his irrigation pro- sden and son George for California. Mrs. Accompanied them as Valley where she sr a time. pies-Herald man and with the Sam Moth- tmily are spending a the former s mo...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 29 July 1911

SM t-J "-M III .' M r f 'i. I I I SOMB DBVASTATINQ INSECTS. "The worst dovnstinir insects in tho world is said to bo Knln injr n foot hold in Oregon. Tho diunnjro tlmt thoy nccomplish runs into ninny millions of dol lars. Theso nro tho Rinsy and brown tnil moths. Theso, with white buttcrllic3-tuid plno beetles would soon destroy tho largest forests in the state. Tho de struction by fire in our forests would bo less in dollars and cents than tho distraction that can be wrought in a short timo by mi attack of tho gipsy moths." This statement by William h. Finloy, President of tho Oregon Audubon Society, is bnscd upon two nowspapor reports, one from Tacoma and ono from Portland. Tho former states that tho brown tailed moth has infested the Rainier Valley, near Seattle, and that tho state commissioner of horticulture has ordered the af fected under mmrantine. The latter is in tho form of a com munication stating that what ap pears to bo the gipsy moth has made its appearance in South ea...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 5 August 1911

8 -tfulh lime Wlt (Svtat Slartteu Cotiulrjj Cover an nrca of 0,428,800 acrc of land, 4,031,001 ncrcn yet vacant mbcct to entry under tho public land law of tlio United Slates. Tho Oniolnl Paper of Ilttrnoy Couuly lui tlio Ufgvut clrculntlon and 1 ouoof lie boit advertising mullitmi In Eftitorn Oregon. VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST fi, 1911 NO 3tf ! METHODS SUCCESS lampa Nurseryman Grows Ti'ees Without Much Irrigation iS EXPERIMENTED WIDELY pspnper Man Connected With Campbell's Scientific Farmer Has Dry Cultivated Orchards in Several Different Parts of Country That arc Making Good. t conservation of the until- 'That part of tlio orchard has boon planted three years and has been watered three seasons, including the space between the rows, appears to us to need no irrigation this season. This moisture wns stored in the subsoil during the three eeasons past, and we liavo held it until the present time. "It has been of extremo inter est to us to learn that the 'natur al ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 5 August 1911

o 15 jwmiiwui imanwwuwiwjaH ij ! ! i ! Ii ! ! i I,' -M ;rS I f If .4 f 1 t I. - K ?J$m " BONA FIDE MID-SUMMER SALE 25 per cent off Men's mil Hoy's Summer Suits 15 per cent off on Boy's Wash Suits 15 per cent off on all Straw and Panama Hats FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES RECEIVED CLEANING AND PRESSING Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters cortainily the work of nn incen diary ns tlio house hna not been occupied for Bomelime. On Friday nitfht somo of tlio buildliiRH on tlio J. H. Gould homcHtciul near WritflifH Point were dealroycd by flro and indi cations point to thin lire also be intf started by some malicious person. Mr. Griflin lias offered a bijr reward for tlio conviction of tlio party who set his hoiiso on fire. SPECIAL COUPSl'.SWANII!!)- Tlio three It's famed for their place in pioneer public schools will not bo lost sight of in mak ing out tho now course of study, according to Ij. It. Alderman, superintendent of public instruc tion of Oregon. Tho slato food and dairy com...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 5 August 1911

erald. UtQKST CIUCUI.ATION Of PAr-KIt IN T1IIB COUNTY. M)AY AVllUHT IV, It'll )cl News, from )kermnn was in iK tho week. ish groceries just re- tlttcey & Richardson's. 1W Llbritton was tin from Inear Saddle Hiftto dur- ?nnd comi)leto lino of en and flower seeds at eery. ynolds and Dave Mil- usmess visitors to our K the week. supply of trroecricn in- rd, bacon hums etc. '& Richardson's. Cozad was over from his week having driven over one trip. d see the late arrivals joods, shoes, ties, furn- itc. at IhiRey & Rich- ( I Lampshiro left this ,for Portland on busi e expects to be absent or two weeks. Vench Hotel serves a lay dinner and special i is given to family s tson Bennett and daugh- Starr Ihickland and vere in the city last ly on a visit to friends (ling to bomo business $5,000.00 of additional depositors' securi ty was added by the Directors of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON at their regular meeting on July 22nd 1911, at which time tho Surplus Fund of the Bank ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 5 August 1911

54 - w, If & rtvtkvtsmm wtttwtou (Continued from First I'ntfo) lenst four noodles, those noodles to bo nbout or.e-citfhth of an inch in length. The handle of tho instrument is similar to that bf a largo rubber stamp. Hy dimply turning back tho uppor lip, dipping the instrument in ink and quickly stamping the upper lip with tho instrument, afterwards rubbing a little ink into the punctures, it insures n permanent brand. Tho instrument used for mar ing horses of tho army is liiore complicated than tho one describ ed, and will bo patented. The object of patenting this instru ment is not to derive rovenuo, but to prevent others from using it, nnd to enable the Government lo retain control of tho instru- r t- taa.tVal iaail 4a, r I ... I ....,. ui.u. oui.il uniu us K.-KI.-...1- lly llrilor ()f BtlnchlncHt 0X0Cl,u01l lion can 00 lUUl to regulate 113 USO.,ul ortlor ot milk) duly Unoil by tlm It is the desire of tho Wll'" Do-' t-tork of thu County Court of tlio County partment that no t...

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