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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1911)
SPRING IS COMING
NEW SAMPLES HAVE JUST ARRIVED
Come Early! Avoid Easter Rush!
WO R K QUA RANI BED
COMPLETE NEW LIN EOF
CLEANING AND PRESSIN-
Merchant Tailors and Outfitters
Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg.
3ATUUDAY. MAUOI! 11,1911.
One Year ..
JULIAS iivnn - .litl
The Ghewnucan Press says
there are mad coyotes in the vic
inity of Alkali Lake in Lake
county and sheep men arc arm
ing their men and keeping a close
watch. We have been under the
impression that thiV'mad coyote"
business was a farce and more
newspaper talk than anything
else. However it might be "well
to look out for such tilings.
desirable immigrants for the
states named. This is a good
move and should result in much
Since there is a disposition on
the part of the railroads to givo
the now Deschutes lines prefer
ence in bringing those who lako
advantage of tho colonists rates
into the interior it has been sug
gested that this section have a
representative over in Umt sec
tion to tell in coming settlers of
this great big unoccupied terri
tory and invite them to come on
over. This is a matter that
should bo considered.
A REMONSTRANCE TILED.
died recently in Portlnml. Tho
immediate cause of his death was
cancer and followed soon after
an operation, Mr. Bcgg and Mr.
Hydo erected tho Odd Fellow
building in this city and deceased
mado a largo number of friends
here. Ho was a native of Scot
land and wns novor married.
Ho had a Bister living in Now
Jorsoy, tho only known rela
tive in this country. Mr. Bcgg
wns n 32nd degree Mason anil
was buried by that ordor in
Boise last week. Ho left all his
property to tho Masonic lodge.
Tho annual city election was
hold Tuesday and the following
olllcors wcro olected: Mayor G.
W. Clovengcrj Councilmon, Hon.
Frank Davoynnd A. C. Welcome;
recorder, P. T. Randall; treasurer,
J. C. Welcome, Jr.; Marshal, R.
L. Haines. All tho oflkcrs wore
re-elected and there was but one
ticket except on recorder and
marshal. E. N. Jameson wns a
candidate for recorder and J. II.
Shopard for marshal.
A mass meeting was called
Saturday evening to put up an
other ticket, Ben Brown being
the choice for rnnyor'and C. Cum
mins was nominated for council
man but neither would consent
to allow their names to go on the
I G. 0. Hendricks wns up from
1 Lawen the first of this week and
'on Tuesday filed u remonstrance
Secretary of the Interior Bal- wilh the county cierk 0Rajn8t
linger has resigned, ins resig- Uie issuance of a liquor license
nation was sent the president in j in Lawen prccjnct. The rcmon
January butPrcsidentTaftwouIdstranCG contains twenty-six
not act upon it until after Con-inamea aml an affidavit nccom-
gress aujourneu. n.inios showinr that the notition
A Portland paper in an editorial for li( uor license dili not contain
comment says ot it: it was
time for Mr. Ballengcr to re
sign." Yes, but not for the
reason that paper sets forth. He
should have resigned, not be
cause he was incapable or had
done anything wrong, but be
cause he was harassed by a bunch
that would not see a practical
policy followed in that depart
.... . j
ment. When a pack of chumps 'lthe procinct( thus leaving
take the notion they can make it, twenty-four legal signers.
County court adjorned
a majority of the legal voters of
the precinct, There were but
thirty-two signers to the petition
and at the last genera election
there were seventy-nine votes
Of the thirty-two names at
tached to the petition for a license
the remonstrance set forth eight
of them were not legal voters of
NEWS FROM VALLEV VIEW.
The basket social given by tho
ladies of Valley View and Lawcn,
held at the Lawen school house,
was n huge success. Tho baskets
sold from 75c to $1.10. Each and
every ono enjoyed themselves.
Tho building was crowded, stand
ing room being at a premium.
Tho receipts of tho evening were
II. F. Huntley is not back from
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Edwards
made a trip to Burns this week.
Mr. Edwards has been sick with
rheumatism and wo are glad to
sec him around again.
Geo. Cobb finished hauling his
There will bo a meeting nt tho
school house in Vnlloy View next
Tuesday. March M at 1 o'clock
p. in for the purpose of organiz
ing n grange. Everyone inter
ested in this movement are cor
kllV. A. J. IRWIN RESIGNS.
Tho many warm friends of
Uov. A. J. Irwin rogrot to learn
that ho has resigned as pastor of
tho First Presbyterian church of
this place and accepted a call as
Sunday School Missionary and
Paster Evangelist in tho south
western part of this state. This
is a position of great responslbilt
ty and covors a territory of eight
counties. It comes to him unsoli
cited and with such urgency that
he felt it his duty to accept.
Covering such a territory Mr.
Irwin will bo doprived of tho
closo personal relation ond friend
ships thnt liavo brought him so
close to a wido circle of friends
and church workers during his
long residence hero as pnstor.
Ho is particularly fitted for tho
work ho has been called upon to
nssumo and whilo wo reluctantly
consent to his transfer wo cer
tainlv congratulate the church
pcoplo in the now field.
Mr. Irwin has been pastor of
the Presbyterian church of Burns
for over eleven years and during
that period ho and his estimable
wife have endeared themselves
to not only the church but a wido
circle of friemds all oyer tho en
tiro county. It will bo a hard
matter to find a pastor to supply
this church after ho has gone.
Ho will leavo hero March 27 so
as to bo on tho new field the first
of April. Mrs. Irwin and the
boys will not leavo until Juno
when they will go to Albnny
where thoy have a nice little
THE MOON AND POTATOES
too warm for any man and it is
best for all concerned that he
quit even though he is the rjght
man in the right place.
Saturday, tho fourth and issued
the license on that day, although
the published date for issuing tho
license was Tuesday, March 7,
on which day the remonstrance
was properly and legally filed.
By the court issuing tho license
before the advertised date a com
plication has arisen that we do
not know just how it will tor-
Following up the suggestion of
Louis W. Hill, president of the
Great Northern Railroad, Gover
nor Norris, of Montana will ask
tho governors of Oregon, Idaho, I
Washington. North Dakota.
South Dakota and Minnesota to.minato
meet in Helena May 3 and 4 fori
the purpose of assisting in the i
formation of the Northwestern I
Development League having fori p. A. Hydo received word this
its purpose co-operation of the week that his former partner and
states in the matter of securing! 0d time friend, Charley Bcgg,
CIIAS. IlEOQ DEAD.
We Have Opened Offices in the New Masonic
Building in Burns, and are Prepared
TA Furnish Accurate, Reliable
" and Complete Abstracts of
Title to all Lands in Harney Co.
TA Buy and Sell Real Estate in
" Large and Small Tracts.
Write Fire Insurance in the
Strongest Old Line Comp'ies
Wf Loan Money on Improved
" Real Estate, and to Execute
Conveyances of all kinds.
All Business Intrusted To Us Will Receive
Prompt and Careful Attention.
MOTHERSHEAD & DONEGAN
RooirtH 4 and 5 Musonic Building.
After exhaustive experiments
in potato planting, the United
States Department of Agriculture
has to say that in season one time
is as good as another to put pota
toes in tho ground.
Almost every one, oven if he
wore not reared in the country,
has heard of tho idea about plant
ing potatoes in tho dark of tho
moon. The field workers of tho
department of agriculture have
been investigating tho matter and
have found that 75 per cent of
tho farmers of this alleged en
lightened country put in thicr
crops and do a good many other
things about tho farm governed
sololy by tho moon's phases.
Many farmers tell you that if
you plant potatoes in tho dark of
the moon thoy will run to tubers,
and if in tho light of tho moon
they will run to tops, nnd crops
aro planted accordingly.
There is usually a basis in fact
for any superstition, and tho
moon superstition is so deeply
rooted that a number of exports
from tho department of agricul
ture, whilo going up and down
and ucross tho land, hayo made
it their business to study tho
question nnd see whothcr thoro
might not bo u germ of truth or,
nt least, some reason for tho
general belief that tho moon's
phase's have an effect on nnimnl
and vegetablo life. Thoy have
concluded after patient investiga
tion that tho moon myth is ono
of tho comparatively few myths
that date back to pure savagery
and lias absolutely not an atom
of scientific foundation on which
to stand. Tho agricultural ex
periment stations nil oyor tho
country havo been defying this
superstition for years nnd raising
just as good crops when tho moon
wns ono woy as when it wns tho
other. Theroforo, onco nnd for
nil, it is conclusively decided that
thoro is nothing to tho theory
that potatoes should bo planted
in tho dark of tho moon.
All of this may not seem yery
Bcrious investigation for a great
government to undertake, but
tho work nevertheless has boon
interesting to tho scientists, nnd
if thoy havo succeeded in wean
ing n few from tho old supersti
tions about planting potatoos,
thoy havo boon well nnvod for
their work. - Scientific American.
Always ready for job printing.
A little girl wrote this compo
sition on man. "Men are what
women marry. They drink and
smoke and swear, but don't go
to church. Perhaps if they woro
bonnets thoy would. They are
mora logical than women, aim
also more zoological. Both men
and women sprung from mon
keys, but the woman sprung fur
ther than the men." Ex.
Itvpoil o( Ilia condition nl Ilia
NATIONAL HANK OP IIURNS,
I till? lltilK III liU.I-
lll Iho Stale nl Oregon,
nm, March Tltt. 1911
Ovenlrada, iccureit ami uiiarcurfl .
V. H. HonOa o aeciiro clrcuUttoit
U. H. lloml. to trcuro U. H. Iirlla
I'muiluiio mi II. H. Homln
llomla, accurlllaa, 0(0
Ilankln liixi.o.furnlturn ami rlxlurra
Ollinr Ileal Ktlato, owiict
I'uo Iran Nation.) Ilanka (nnl iv
Iiti. Iioin Ntate ami I'rltalo Ilanka ami
llanWira Trnal L'ntnnanlra ami Hav
ing! Ilanka ,
Iiu. Irom anpriiviHl rovrve acanla
fhcrka ami other rah llomi
Kotranl other National Ilanka
Fractional .njr curronry, nlckvta,
l.twri'L MuXkY Itaacari: in lltmt
Xpoclu M,3 74
lgal tnilnr nntra IU M.ILV, 74
Ittxl.mptloti mill with IJ.H, Trraaur-
rr .t xr rant ( clrriilatliiu l.tforo
Total ll-A'-'lt .'!
Capital Hiirk nahl In Ufi.UMiu
DmllvMril I'riinta. ra inat-a ami
lam ..M 3 (1 M
National Hank Notea outatamlliig V6,tU)O0
Ilao to nlhui National Hank MUM
ImllfMuala'ti'oiluautiJtct to chick ru.nlloi
r. ooo oo
Job prlntlng-Tho Times-Herald
W. T. Lester was out to Wav-1
orly this week. Ho reports tho j
snow almost entirely gono In that
neighborhood and lots of water.
If you want nn incubator this J
year now Is tho tlmo to seo W. I
T. Smith and patronizo homo in- J
dustry. Got tho be3t Only $15
No oil, no expense nnd hatches i
ns many eggs as uny incubntor '
on earth. No sleepless nighta.
Abe Ruof, tho San Francisco
man who was convicted of graft-
ing somotlmo ago by tho courts j
of California nnd sentenced tp
servo a term of 14 years, has
finally had to go to prison after
ovcry posslblo means had bcenj
oxnnusicu to Keep mm out.
lie in ami i crllflratca ol iliuxmll
Tlmo Cuillncatra nl ilrHiall,
IJliltcxI HlaU'a Driutlii
HenoallaoMI. H. illilmralnxoMcora
I.Utillltlca otlior than aliuvii atatuil
. v.iwo a
uiwiiTr ur IUhnky,) "
I, i. U (lanlt, Caalilrr o I ho ahor named
hank, iIoanlMiniilyavri'iir that thu ahnvo a'.nto
inenl la trim to tho liratol my knowloliiu anil
J. I. (lattLT, Caahlrr.
(I. A. IUlNa
(I Ml. A, HUYTII
II M. IIohton
Hnbai rlhoit ami awnrn to Imlaronio Hill ll'tli
day ol March, lull,
(I, II. l.tONiliii
(Hoall Hilary I'uhlla lor lln'Kon,
In the Jttitlce Court of Dunn Precinct, I
Homey County, Oregon.
A, J. I'niteiiKer, ilitlntllT '
Mike Tliomttx, defcntlnnil
To Mike Thomctt, tlie nliove nntticd
In t lie name of the Stntc of OrcKin,
you nrc liercliy reitilrril to niiciir tint!
ninwcr the cottiplitlnl filed iiKitinat you
In the nhiiYC entitled notion, on or before
the Inat tiny of the time preicrlhed in the
order of inthllcntlon of thin atnnniotia, to
wit: on or before Mny 1, lull, anld dnlc
IxinK the explrrition of six wecka from
the firat publication of thl ummoni,
nnd it you fall to in nppenr and nnawer
the plnlntilT, for want thereof, will nsk
that you luflcr jiulgnicnt to be taken
nRnlnit you In the mm of $HS.00 with I
littered thereon nt the rateof H iterceut.
per nun. from March at, 1010; J20.00
nttorney fee; $48.00 with Interent there
on nt the rate of 0 percent. pernnn. from
June 1, 1010, and coiiti nnd illaliurac-incnta.
Thli lummona if puhllihed by order of
I'lnttT. Kaudnlljuitlceor the Pence of
the above court, made nnd entered
March 10, 1011, and the dale of the
firit publication lerc (of ia March 1 1,
0. A. Nitunol.u, I'lila. Atty.
1'i.attT. Kaniiadi., Justice.
In tho' Circuit Court of the Hlnto ol Oro-
Kon for Hrtrnoy County.
A. ll.I.lpptntn, l'lnlntllT,")
Oarnr Ilaldwln and I
J.O.Cantrill, Diifcndmila J
To Oacnr Ilaldwln, above named I)u
fcudant: In tho naifio i( the statu ol
Oregon : You mo hereby cotumatidod lo
appear nnd nnawer to tho complaint filed
aijalliat you In the abovo entitled milt
within alx wooka from tho tlnlo of tho
llret ptibllratloii of thla atimmout or the
plalniiir will apply to eourt for tho rullvf
prnyivl for In plalntlfl'a complaint, n
follow if, to wit:
l'nr JtidKinant nitaltiatyou for (1,101 73
with 10 wr cent. Intercut on foOO.OO
thorcof from April '.Mat HKXS, and 10 par
cunt. Interest on ,'lfi 1.(11 thereof from
April 2Mb, 1U0S, for the forccloauio of
two luortaKca, tnnda and oxi-cutcil by
you, upon Iota 3 and 4 and the Ki:i of
the SWij of Suction SO, Townahlp SI H.,
llanKu 2S II. Wllllaminutto Meridian,
one of aald inorlfniteii boiu In favor ot
thu plaintiff for (000.00 and dated April
l!lat, 11108, and ono In favor of 0. V.
Klklua and ntmlunod to plulntlir for
I33I.U1 and datwl April 25lh, 11XXS, hiiiI
for thu nalo of said proorty accord I m:
Thla titninoni la aervod upon you by
iiubllcatlou for alx wruka In Tho Tlinrv
llmald, nwoukly n.iapner punllahed
In lluriiN, Ort'con, in purxiiHticu to an
niilrr iniiiln an fiitonil by Ilia lion. Dal
tun lllirifa. C'lrctlll Juiliro for tho Klntb
JudlrUI Diatrlctof Ori'Kon, on the 131b
i my oi I'fiiruurv, lull.
Tho I! rat pnhiltalion ol thla mininioiiD
la February lHth, 1011.
M. It. KtlilOTT and
J. V. I1U10S,
Attorncva for l'laintitT.
77'-...7-.n. D,. MM T-ra-a-JPrt JJoaytiful lines hIiowii for Kiirly
j&jiuiu&ivv kppivny uruuwa e
Qtyvif TJiTnid'tQ HtcHl-und nioHtaUructivonovoltdCH. Hand Tailored
lOflliV VV (lib lb IOmbroidorod frontn. Heuutiiul nssortraont of dcHigiiH
Under Muslin SrBd "l"""di" " '" " wld0 r""s" "' l'"oic"
For LadicH and AUhhch in
jirdn, DimitioB and Jawns.
In Iiinon Suiting, Mull LtiHiro, India LinoiiH.SilkHnnd
1'onliriH, Panama ZepliyrH. Imported LnceH, otc.
Scotch Zephyr Ginghams Silkcrtincs Draperies' Maison Eta mines
Nov All Over Laces Variety of Shades
r F Jm m f
i m wtwraqa8agaawMawitiiiiaiaetaga
aBittaaiBaa aniiaapiaBaBB imammmakmbmmmaammammmmamaammmmmmKmmiKamwM n rrmW ,
'in the Countr Court of the State of
the Countr Court of the Btnte of
Oregon for Ilnrncy County.
In the matter of the estate
ofjohn Couley, deccnied.
To the unknown helra nnd dcriacea of
John Conley, decenaeil,
You nnd cncli of you nrc hereby cited
nnd remtealcd to nppenr liefore thenbene
entitled Court nt the Court Houae In
Ilurna, Oregon, on Mondny the 20th dny
of iniiK'h, lull, at thchourof 10 o'clock
A. M. of aaid dny, then nod there to
ahowcnuie, if nny you hnve, why nn
order of tliia Court ihould not be mnde
nnd entered nutliorliiiif; nnd dlrrctini;
the ndminiatrntor of annl eatnte to aell
the right, title nnd interest of anld de
cerned in nnd to the IM of the NWl'i,
theSWUofthe NUW nnd the NWVi of
the SHU. Section l'J, Townihlp 1US.,
KntiL-e 30 IJ. W. M.
WlTNItSS the Honorable Grant
Thompson, Jude of the County Court
of Harney County, thla 13 day of Feb
In the Circuit Court of the Ktutoof
Ori'Kon for Harney County.
Ili'tiorl ol thu romlltloii ol tho
IMRNIiY COUNTY NATIONAL HANK ol IIURNS
at Ilurna, In thu Htnlu nt Orcuoii, at thu eloio ol
imilnuia, lroh7, Itll.
Uianaanil lllacounta . .
Oyi)nlralla,aoruroi and unaocurt'd
U. H, Ilnnda lo tuenro circulation
I'ruuilumaoii II. H, llondt
Dud from National llnuka (not ru-
Iuv from ntiprnvud ruaarxi niiniita
Nolva ol oilier National llanka
fractional awr viirrcnry, ulckela
and com . .
UwrUL MoNy IIkuuvk in IUnk,
U'Knl (ciulor lioll't , ., , 40,00
ltoilvinilou lunil with tl.H.'I'rcinurcr,
(5 fernmt or rlri'iilallon)
GeorK'oF. O'Connor delemlnnt )
To Georitu V. O'Connor, lkifendant:
In the mtino of the ntnto of Oregon.
You aro hereby roqulrod to nppuar and
nnawer tho complaint filed ngnliiHt you
in (ho abovo entitled suit within forty
da) a from tbo flrat publication of thla
aummona, to-wlt thu first publication on
the 18th clay of February, 11)11, and If
you fall to appear by the Ural day of tho
noxt regular term aftor thu laot publlcii
Hon of thla aummona, thu pluliitliT hero
in will apply to thu eourt for tbo relief
prayed for in aaid complaint, to wit the
diaiclutlo'n of I ho marring contract now
oxlatinu between tho plulntllt and defen
dant and that tbo plulutfl bo divorced
abaolutu from the defendant, on the
ground of deaurtlou for tho period of
more than one year next precuedlnt; tho
flllntfof tho complaint In UiIm suit, and
audi other relief lis mny to tho court
eonm Juat and equitable,
Thla aummona Ih publlahed by order
of thu Hon (irant ThnmpnMi, t'oituty
Jttdiiuof Ilnrntiy County, Orcnoii, inild
Older beliiK dntiul Ihu Kith day of Feb
ruary, 11)11. I
(Iko, K Hukmoiik,
Attornuy for IMhIiiIIIV. ,
NOTICK TO CHFDITOKS.
In tho matter of tho Fatato)
Jamoa II. Onrd, Dccoaaud)
Notice I boreby kIvoo that by order
of thu County Court duly mado and en
tered on tho 4th day ol January lOll
tbo tindorrii;nrd waa npooliitol Admin
atatorof tho Estate ot Jnmoa ll.Oanl,
decoaaed. and haa duly ipmlined
audi. All pontons bavlnKclalmanKaluat
tho aaid ualnto aro uotltlcd to preaout
tho a.iinu, verified hh by law rciiulrml, to
mo In my olllco In .fnonlc lliiildliiK,
Ilurna, Oregon, within aix inontba from
date hereof, and tho dutu of Ihu llrxt
publication nf tbia notlco la February
Adiiilulatrntor of tho liatnto of Jnuiea
II. O.ird, dectaaiHl.
In Ihu Clrcttft Court of tho Statu of Ore
Kni for tbo County of Harney. i
KIWI K. Cory; I'lalullir, )
Aldn M. Cury, Defendant )
To Aldn M. Cury, Defendant: In the
itnino of llui (lulu of Oieunn: Ynu nru
liureby rtxpilriHl to appear and atianer
thu complaint In tho iiIkivu entitled auil 20c can OoniX
on or before the twenty nuxeiith day of d;i qq JjmoiTl
March lllll, and If yon fall ao toauawur nr'n T..
i . .1 r ,t 1.1...1R ...in i.. I c uroom. .
lur mm iiiviihii, iiiu iiuiniiii Mill iiny
to the court for Iho relief demanded in
tho complaint, lo nit:
For a decree of the court illailvliiK the
bonda ol uiiitrimony cxlaliuu lietneen
thu plulutilTntid defendant and forever
dlvorcint; tho pliiutliT from tho defen
dant and for vticli other relief a lo a
court In equity may mhiiii meet and
Thla aunimnna la nerved by publica
tion bv Hon. Halton UIu'l-h. Jtuhiunl thu
nliove entitled court, the UUtb day of
January. Kill, tho time puucrlbcd for
publication la nix auccoaatve woo Kb. anil
the flrat publication of thlx (mtiiiiionfl la
Wanted in Townships near
W. C. PARRISH
Engineer In Charge the Oregon Hydro
Electric Engineering Company
YOUNO'S PRICE LIST
Prices Until March 1
20c can Axle Grease $
l0c Ax Handles
COc can Rakinpr Powder-. .
lHc can Stovo Polish .
lfic box Hlucintr
15 ( 50c bottle Relish .
40 25c bottlo Mustard
February I, lllll.
$2,00 Paint Brush
All Brushes reduced 25 per
30c can Table Fruit . . .
10c bottlo Preserves . . .
75c bottlo Preserves 70
35c bottle Jelly 25
35c bottle Jam 25
25c can Lunch Goods 20
20c can Lunch Goods 15
35c can Fish 30
$5.00 ke Pickles
Jq $2.00 ken Pickles
jr; liOc Kope . ...
75 50c bottle Oyster Cocktail..
50 $2.25 sack Salt
1 50 35c bottle Heinz or Durkee
i Dressing ... .
J5 bars Diamond C Soap.
3 bars Gasene Soap.
Attorney for l'lalntllT.
1 20o can Fish 15
HNITKll 8TATKH LAND OKFIt:K,
Ilurna, Ormon, Kubruar 'i, lull
Nnllco la hcrclijr uheii that Tulilo Rklolia.nl
llurua, Ori'Kon, who, nn .March 7, l'.W, Taailo
ilearrMamt cutry No. KJO, Herlal No. 01IKI. lor
HWW.Hcc. '. Town. 31 Hoolh. llauao :l Kaat,
Wlllamctlo Morlnlan, haa niiil iiotlioul linen
Hon to malo Pinal I'root. tocatabllili claim to
Iho laml alHiMiueaerltmil, bcloro tho llculator
ami uurclvcr, at ilurna, Urrgun, on timiotii
layol March lllll.
(Ilalniant namra aa ultnraaoat
Kilwanl Mrionalil,lrvliiK(!, Itavinon, Wnllor
Hklona, all otltlluxi Oregon. K. K. Owalcy, nl
Wu. Kakr, ltcirlttor.
UMTDFTATa I.ak Ornca, I
Ilurna, OrcKon.Kt'Uruarr 19111
Notlco la hereby iilvon that Waahlmrtoii J
Koator.ol Narrona. Ori'i;on, who, on nccfinlrfrlit
loot), icailo hoini-atcail ontry No. OIO-.'T, lor NWJ;
KDCtloo I, Timnahlp 3IH,, ltanroJO K. Wlllam
olio Mnrlillan, Norlh ol Malheur I.alo, haa
Died iiotlco ol Inientloiito mako Final Coniinu
I atlon l'rool,la catabllih claim In Ilia lan.l al 0
nxcrlliwl, bVroro Iho Itnalator eiul Itoretvur
at Ilurna, Oregon, en tho loith ilayol March
nlalmant namea aa wltncaaea:
Frril Hurvih, Alexander McKonilo, Mack
lluirmnn, Kilwar'l Kocuouiami, all ol Karrowa
. .. .1I,M0 i5
Capital atock ahl In,,,. t ai.lioOW)
rJurrliia Fund,, iri.fjaj 00
UrnllTi'lcl iroflla, Ica cipeniia unit
National llauk imtea oulalamllng lil.MmW
InillvMiinlilei'OalU tnbjcrt to chuck V7v.H'J ( 31
TJ1110 cortlflciitna ol iloniaH , M.mtttti
Caililor'achai'kaiiiilalamllng. Ill la
Total 1.11)11,0110 Di
Hl'ATKOFOItKdON, I .
1 otiiiiy 111 iitirnuy,
I, U'ou M. llrowti, Cualiler nl tho ahovu-
nainvil bauk, ilo oloinuly twuar that tho a tore
tatemont lalruotatho bcatol my knowli'ilga
I.konM, Hhown, Caihlor
Hubaorlboil ami aworn lo baloru mu thla lllli
ilay ol March, 1011,
A, VV. U0W1N
iKeall Notary Public,
11. X. IlKMUOU)
35c bottle Catsup
I'UIHilOATION.'SOc can Cocoa-
10c CiRars, per 100
5c Cigars, per 100
25c Clothes Lines
10c Wire Clothes Lines. . .
30c package Crackers .
15c package crackers
25c Cream Tartar
$2.50 sack Flour
25c Flavoring Extracts. .
35c Flavoring Extracts. ,.
25c G rape Nuts, 3 paknges .
75c Harness Oil
10c Jar Rubbers . .
15c Macaroni, 2 packages. .
10c Parlor Matches, 3 pkgs
20c can Milk. . . .
75c can Molasses. . .
50c Mop Cloths . .
75c Quoon Olives, Qts
Everything Under the Sun and Seldom
3 bars Borax or Ivory Soap
'10c box Toilet Soap
25c box Toilet Soap. .
30c can Spice . . .
25c can Spice .
20c can Spice
$2.00 can Maple Syrup
$1.25 can Syrup
75c can Syrup
50c package Tea ....
15c Pearlino or Naptha
Washing Powder .
.$1.75 Galvanized Wash Tubs
25 75c Wash Boards
25 1 75c Galvanized Pails
12& 80c Milk Pails.
20 $1.25 Blue Enamel Ware.
20 75c Blue Enamel Ware
2 25 $1.50 Chopping Bowls . . .
20 $5.00 Shoes .
30 $a00 Gloves. .
50 $2.00 Shirts
50 25c Socks, per doz
05 $1.75 Mittens..
CO 75c Ties. .
25 75c Suspenders . .
25 $3.50 Windows.
15 $3.50 Doors .
65 $o oo Screen Doors.
35 $5.00 Roofing Paper.. ..
40 $-1.00 Roofing Paper
G0c Manzanilla Olives 50 $g.50 Barrel Churns.
85c bottlo Olives
$3.00 can Mixed Paint.
50c bottlo Pickles
25c bottlo Pickles
25 $10.00 Inwn Mowers, with
2 15 grass catchers
JO $2.50 Hay Rack Clamps...
20, $1.25 Hay Forks
DISHES AND CUTLERY AT ALMOST COST
My stock includes Plows, Harrows, Mowers, Rakes,
Wind Mills, Wagons, Buggies, Hacks, Oils, Singletrees
Doubletrees, Bolta, Nails and Paints.
EVERYTHING I CARRY
STRICTLY FOR CASH
YOUNG'S MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY