Itc Times-Jlerald. vHtHT CIRi TI.ATIOR Of t v n rwnrxrKH m thir couhtt. 'TrAT. rrrHARY i. iw Locl News. ib printing The Times-Herald rA horse blanki t go to I Welcome & Son. Thompson was up oft a lis family the first of tho k. Huffman was over from this week looking: after at es5 affairs. Harmor and family are i hold effects to land holdings south of irht's 1'oiiit io local t. irele v omen 01 krcft will give a ma on Feh. 14 at lurcher's hall. ieulars will be given publici-- ;. l. report that G. W. Cleven M a lot of old sewing ma- is absolutely false. He stock the !h-: '.;; I I i IBM with latest attachment. rices are right. ursday night and Friday rmometer tapjlBtered the rt in two years 8 below lA8t winter was much I farmers plowed al-. ihe entire winter. I;n of the Am- Livestock Co.. has re- 1 here from ;. ad and has been lo some water for his company. oaten ni or consult H. J. Hansen Pioneer Bank of Harney County THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Burns IMTKD STATKS OKPOSITARY Capital, Surplus, $25,000.00 $17,500.00 We offer the facilitie of a strong, ui il equipped hank for (he rendering of prompt natinfaelorg terrier to our pn front. Jo,' Clark was in this city Thursday. BOM Thursday morning to Mr. and Mrs. C W. Holloman. a daughter. Or W i !. nlidi Ofr in the HSU Mime baildlnf iierlh el -I Oilier Urant Reynolds and I P fb0f nolds w, i. o r from their Warm Springs home (his week. The change in the weather will iblv lo beneficial to those m colda and grip, Mr- PYatik Dibble and n visitors in our eily this week. leaving for home yesterday morning. Amanda Fine arrived home Monday evening from Ida ho where sJm had btWI visiting relatives for se i A. Kgli has b r from his WagOQlira ranch for several days having came over on account of the illness of his little daughter. The New Windsor Mar. under the management of.Lot Caldwell. M of the most popular resorts in Eastern Oregon. Prop in when you have a thir Ml WM among our risiton during the Wl I Hi nrj Qoodtolf la in from the taneh on .i , t jjFThe little son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 rhomhurtr u lio h l.,i, I sliehtly Iproved thai morning. I Mid lot Havis and I Mi ton Gibba were anioiiu the llar- ' srho took In the and nillow slip' danee aMfl Wrht, ' n. ltd. to M Mn n I' Kelti.ii. a da lor. This makes the third in Hums on that date. !" d reei.nl. W Robertson has been over '' for the past I', a He reports atoca doing n in that section and the gl eral health of the eomnnitv jrood. ! I. C. Kaniond of the puhi , school desne- The Times li to announce that th, n- will I .-a basket aoekl 0JI IVIi I.',. the receipts will Q toward si ing a fund with whieh to hn piano for the puhhe school huild-ing. No. 6 EV)i n eh. ni will gi and convenience at all tip V (heck Arrnunt furniahea a complete record of each month ' buaincw. rpti have vour hank honk bat m ad acli month supplies with a record of then iuri- VII cheeks paid during the wont . th,. bank. rdei fttj by check always II Vfrwy-N slem THE HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK OF RIIKNS Alfalfa aatd t"r alia at Luna hurg & Ialt I i wn from his air. home the first of the v. e k. Eight below rero yesterday w. rd that the leap year ball a: Iv.wsey recently under the ma' of M -dames Hrown and Smith, wnsa deeded Mieecae. If y a 1 :, i it A 'I, it II Nick Young has gone out to with Mr and Mrs. K. S. ' Chicken dinner at French. Hot el e. lay . Hu ;. .i- wed bartm tram ndfl in Hums have received chn. II Detfa at ilarne From LOO 100,000 pound .ndr d. Oata Ir.'iu oi 20,000 i 1 cant round. W hei i n par nx. Hring it,,. grain. Miller. mon.ing wa w.jll in, tar iv; Po Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Thur thermo- Wh-'ting. 0B. ' r. and yd is dangerously ' desert claim relinquishments. Meat Market before : ill ' in this city. hol- prepared aa take care of rders at right prices. c aandwifi a iflton an up from their home near Law en his office in of tharaak on land attending to aa. m John : d- Mr. Rusael a Harn r visiting his fam- litUe son women's dress - . having su. - ( our: U r U; Pu, mm ad has determined t Thursday , ning. Mr. Parrish has for- nt h meed h istnt)Ute4. Tie ""' uitnc u'urk I for litis -.' - .--r --,-. w line for the American Land a l. '. Mx. .1 musics - have tl short stay in tr city. Judge Miller has been confined to his bow grip. Mr. and Mrs. Hi with Mr. and M Swevk i- a ..is;, r to Mr. Gaujra ilrant Count.. Eli ni has returned mont with his thor iel running stallion. The ftfl and wife and little dttafhtoi r fnm An ,si Bunda to have at al work done. Th-tin- If and Mrs. J. i -ity. I ' Chili will . ek'a lal: I d by 1 Rings D the work. Stomach, trouble, dyapi paia, indigestion, bloating, yield quk Ktmenl free, A is. . foi .1 tree trial S I he Welcome I'harinac .1. Ore. Kred Rainea., Ham -that all applii arithin the i Mountains (We it) Nal o al ; aat during the season -,r p She i mual be tiled in mj offlct at Prineville, n or i rebt Full Inf Button b I- the i i foes to form to I ii making plication, will be i i request. . ,s. In ! ! ! O-EISTTX-EaET ! f ELY TIP" v "itjr Mrs. John Anderaon, who has n dan ously III at the home of Mrs. Con egyi In i . . p rted lightl I by her pi. i and for her rheumatic i Dr. L v Smith arrived hi n ...ii, : V ., . night with Ike I ho was Buffer ing froaa ipet d Dra Smith and '.!.,,! I, a o I the pal lay and aa am go rted aa rally' ing fr ittofl which the physician.- quite a dilli- M . an "id lime i idenl ! K.isi, i n Ii talent in a short time. !!om. ami i A, I1IM i their for a apet d productii d the publi. - W rK J. , 'M&WWL4i 6 s- svk YiTleSm Hal - 1 m.JBBBBBBW A. ' aaaaasK WW aaate and no more trouble about th. D n't mim s'ttng my OKI k I FAI.I ..ilWtI Ml b(or you buy Uothts. I ll I- . Ill- II. Ill III, Kl, I...I Mild Pjthioaablc Qualities ou the M, .hi , .in li.ive it uu I SIXTBBN D )UURS UP p in ui ti nutria boos PIVB DOLiUMRS UP for I cuarantev a fit IppUtilfma lar llmln- n II I , M. , , w. Mr I veers Geo. rson, a civil engi- .as been in this dl me work nent o .is the coldei This was not so s night A Ii iter fr ra .. frfc ml at Sun- Hi1! :l I, '. . lis I lii I ,,iii mil wmm lalhasfulU r .,,,, ,. ., .r(. mi ii in,iu- mill :,,,, ,i . ,i,' ii, .ni- ,iii, ,i thai new bnan wood- I Austin is pre- w. pared to go to : part of ll.r- R Dauraon ..- elected clerk. bare work is to bo had in. n thai all Application for : cattle, limes and within the MM. III. I ; HON U. I 0RES1 ilui me the , .. Hi oi 1908, mu .i be Hied in mj oAoa at John Day, Iragon, on or be I mil I. 1908 I nil matioii in regard to th i" ' i i blena to he i.d iii making ai- II lint ill, 1. 1, irli ii ili, I i i , a .i I, I, I , 1. 1 ,,n,i ii 1 'i. Hares v ' nlicatiou. will he 1'iii'ni I., I i. d snap has resulted in :uod i n that it has roads in good condition oah returned n a trip to Portland Saturday. On the way home from Pra Jam i F. Mahon tuld a i-ole which was some t ti. 4 great religious in u.e mud, atx,'. ns, iiuntv a ks ago the new grass at The pok ataytnl "put" n valley was oi a sum- however, and tne only noticeable eigtt; rd good feed eifetts of the collision were I :k. TheTimes-II. en buggy harness. Itative intimated that "he the harness was left to make one ... ... ... m .. trom Missouri with the set I rum toe two, one horse was that Mrs. Mai tched up and pulled the buggy grass by mail i town while the other held up measures good six it. I the neekvoke. But Krai real damage result' :.:n the James ft I -are up four Herald man is glad now he Talk about t' aample Marne; in Krairie City. month. Chas. Wilson and wife took rtura TwtttMS forKair- tleld. Ohio, where they will visit irehttives fur a few weeks. '1 were delayed for some time on account of both having an at tack of the grip. If y,u !;uit I'Ut one f r U i ' fur tbl from Adunlifcorg. il,tli. rmi!' l'i. 1 DruanMi reijru two bud . nts over cently. Archie Wi. , one of the stage drivers, was severely cut on the head by the e turn w ith biin. eral bad scalp wounds resull Bad came near bleeding to death before aaeiatanre reach, d him. A day or so later A. J. a traveling i nntnaanta .ks Mor. very severely burned while on the staye. It seems he and the lage i useirig a ligh t- ed lantern with which to aim c&iiu wi'.: laniviii f.'iwitii ftattifii T i. fuL.v ran buy better made at hoiiK couiu exiricau.' uien.- Mr. Powell was fright fully burned. Ha baa been un der the care of Or. Smith in th I ill Ik produced at I Adam George has pa. hall on RTednaaday night. H nt. Kor a small nun Th. k the rate will be 50 ami i doottoa per head each month. A large goa Ik library. nun.' e jiarty east is a large one a 1 many of will be 35 cents m.t head per the old lim players who have The Busy Corner Store" R HOME MADE MEATS Every Pieci Guaranteed M COKED HAMS SHOULDERS, BACON of f; Also Pure Lard le Right Here in Harney County iiv buy Eastern encourage nome inaustr oney gladly refunded if not sat- itory Also a Full Line of st Class Groceries SCHWARTZ. he Busy Corner Store" been a huccch.s in the past an- in cast, thus assuring a good elite: ',t. J. A. Maddux wan in the city Tuesday and Wed i.esday. He was here arranging to rt a trifugal pump and ,w , it), whieh ' deep well a thoi mmii the luantity of water. Sh. dd he water supply auAotoni for irrigation purxj.-. kely ors will pumps. This experiment will le wati wit. all win. pra :ical Bsathod with which to reclaim land. u now until i'ehruary ImI, 1 will V di.scoillit aring ma In order lo make rinn f.,i oth r good. Notice the price follow ing standard and rtJinbla mach lam: Ki.in. imofwiii Vaabar . ix :o.oo k. G. W. ( l.i ,H. , I I !!,., I I ' ' HU OhI .,..(.vrli will ' .. I I 111 II l'i i i,.ii, : Ni i III I 1 V I '. I i.l. I C01NUL Ml. MM, K P. P. Thirteenth Annual Sail I riday Kvening FEBRUARY2108 LOCHET8 II M.I. prated iuetN only Admit I, il INMIA1I MITTM, I 1 '.ii . ... I N.,11. . rfi I, A. Ine. ill,. .1 iji, I . 111,-1 ii, tin . Ml all . I i. oil nil,,,,, un I il. i Wnlimdij i rur It,. ni ili,- ,,Miii asaa ' ii.oi i.-Ik-vi, In. I M II,.- iin.a ) ,, ,. i, , i. i iimI Hi,- .. ki III,- il. in ii Ilia tl I ,. I '. i in . I I, ii I., t i- (ml I 'III. 1 1- .,, I I I .1.1 1 -.1 i.ry i, l!H a.. ,tli l'.m III Ml Mill. INI UMMMi. KtPAlMMj 4MI PtiSSIMi. 8CHCNK BROS.. The Merchant Tailors Runni, Ofjon W. E. HUSTON Dealer in Groceries, Provisions. ropi .-al and Domestic Fruits when in Reason. iE LSO HA8 A LINE OF GENTS FURNISHINGS, Hats. Shirts. Clothing, Underwear Get Prices CHILDREN'8 CLOTHING. AM Winda of Preah Vegetablaa In Ssason, GIVEHIM A CALL. Dm kiicuii, i Huildiag - Mw Sltraet- LIVfiRV, FEED AND SALE Sir Knl J ' IV oine Jr. Win. Millar la II C. W. lirinkwaU-r, Juhai M'MIM- I It A I ill .-, Mill. I I-LOOK ' Sir KniKhtn C. Y. McKinne, W. 1. .: A. W. Qaajnajji Irwi OMATIOM OMMIl . Sir Km M Hrown, Ik. ' iMiinina. If you want th. iaeuba- W. T. Smith of Hun the aafet it rUM wiUiout th. aOVTlON 0MMI1 Sir Knighta Kliii.-i Carl lame Mali m, i. A. Bntith, J amen Paul, I: I Hugbttt, Koh. rtl ng, It. K. Bit 8. S. Williama. U. A. Miller, Hairy Jack riimn, A. Musk by CaldweU.s Orchi A. ..i ti i . i .,,1 !.-, Inly ,ii.lili V I, , 41, I ..i , ..II... fail,! ..I.I I U la ai, I i pnm i,i il.,- auM mil. il Ui n Jul - nii.-. I., I. .'Inn .it iieinliiali ,ii. I i lo li i e ai nun.., Ilir i, ooV ill ' III' Halt-. I II McGEE & OWEN, Propts. i in. I. n. ii May .Mil bav. MaagMi II i las sad iit-ii, .-ii gailad uiu v ar. iu . v.fy p.riu ul.r with tO I SB iilnl IHBI I i hrotlt ''' o Ir.ilniK hotel, uf tb. i ii. uur ansa rM.iv.. uur iroii.l .. Hurt's i,.i,ii liy the y, wtM'k or mouth CHAS. WILSON, I -fc.ia lOW'ilOMAml BldiksiuithiflK ui JL M. FitzCer I i i m I I ' i -' I II Practice Belur l. 1 .r.i UlH A b'J'. Oil ' I' Main St.. MyfswJwiBf. Wagon Work ALL WORK GUAR ANTEED. Burns. Oregon We are Headquarters for Horse Blankets, addle Blankets STORM PROOF ROBES and Balsam of Myrrh We Carry m Complete Line f HARNESS and SADDLES J. C. WELCOME & SON Young's Meat Market and Btocm You Can tiuy all Kinds of Qrm i Twenty-live cent Colli a ft i Caracol Bent T Tea Garden Syrup per al HriMjiiri Wash boarda gal ktiga, Small Gherkins - gal kegs, Mixed 1'iekles 6t Honey per can 10 an $1.10 $2.00 d 70e ' "ii -tM l The Beat MODMaAII I'HkED llKWKITKK On the Market Modern. ioiivcoJeol INiraWe Has all the qualitiea of high priced machinea Hupid, I 'ui vernal key board, Simple, (heap Chicago Writing Machine Co.