ar ,inMMMMMaiMMBMBIIMBDMMnMIWntMrr i i in ainianarrtwisiaiisaaaiMayflgisfajaajyg lPisPerald. II " ' " "' ""' EjlHBT CIROULATIOH OF IwerAPKR IM THIB COUNTY. faATDRDAY. AI'MI. I, lll Empire Ronl nnything for Local News. ays ready for job work. Roso Kern is in tho city isiness. terick Patterns at Lunn Dalton & Co. "oster was a business visitor Silver creek this week. -ico at tho Baptist Church row morning and evening. a Springer and son Ed aro city from their homo near ,ke. ; Sale- A Kansas praino king plow, urn at anoris Ismith shop. A. E$rli went out to tho mtire ranch last Tuesday to few days, tho Inland if you have r exchange. Sterling, tho veteran trav- man, is hero on ono ot his x business visits. French Hotel serves a lundny dinner and special on is given to iamiiy :e. a Davis came over irom irm Wednesday and was ac- nied homo by his wife and son. Minnio Fireoved is pre- to nurse patients at the C. iuch home in Burns. Con- icnt cases solicited. iW DRAPERY GOODS AT BUSY CORNER STORE. irved seats should be se- without delay for the ex mal high class evening at hoto-Plav house Monday, 117 TtiibAfnfnuinnnn nfinTl IjAI. limciumvviivii vm... loon irom 1 10 o o ciuck. are also on sale at Reed's r'Store. IW SILK PETTICOATS AT JnTTOV rnPNRR STORK. rru- - ------ jM. Duncan, one of the law I mcouiiocn, oousa ot uuu- ras here this week attend- court Mr. Duncan and Dist Atty. Leonard looked the criminal business of tho It court this term and Mr. illoch did not come over. DRESS GOODS AT THE CORNER STORE. J. Passenger and E. W. 'alkenburg aro homo from to the Deschutes country. found the people of Bend public spirited and with a interest in this section. desire to co-operate with way that will prove bene- to all interested. Boston Mass.. Traveler if Edward Abner Thomson, ippears here at the Photo- ton Monday evening the 17th iience demanded encores to number." "His humorous irs took the auaience uy i," is the comment of the :ton, Wis. Daily Post. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON at th ctose of busineis March 7th, 1911 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts .$270,777.78 U.S.Bonds 50,00000 Bonds and Securities 58,929.45 Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000.00 Real Estate, Furnituro and Fixtures. . 6,600.00 Five per cent Redemption Fund 1,250.00 CASH 91,356.98 $486,914.21 LIABILITIES Capital $25,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 53,432.51 Circulation ' 25,000.00 DEPOSITS 383,481.70 $480,914.21 Capital and Surplus 875,000.00 United States Depositary We Offer to Depositors Absolute Safety and Efficient Service. AflflfrTOfo Invited Spring seed wheat at tho Busy Corner Store. This is certainly ideal garden ing weather. Tho Home Hotel is tho comfor table placo to board. Mrs. T. B. James was among our Harney visitors this week.- Poultry Wanted About 3 dozen good hen3. Inquiro at this office. Raw Funs-Highest price for all kinds of raw furs. Write me. Frank B. Glenn, Vale, Oregon. For Sale Two relinquish THE NEW GINGHAMS AT BUSY CORNER STORE. Leland Fry and Charley Culp aro bnck from points in Washing ton. Tho Burns Flour Milling Co. will pay 21 cents per pound for wheat or barley. Born To Mr and Mrs. Arnold Bleuler in this city, Friday, April 7, a daughter. . , Everything for every "body at the Lunaburg, Dalton & Co. Department Store. Mrs. Williams-Millar is back from Portland and may bo found JZ "Sta-JuTS: ' - - T Wn hfivo received our new Spring samples for Buits. Come and see them-Schenk Bros. Cecil Irving arrived home Tuesday evening from Sacramen to, California, where he had been all winter. Miss K. Neugebauor is located in tho Jorgensen building south Main St and is prepared to do all kinds of dress making. Win. Webber and wife aro fit ting up tho south part of tho Jordan building and will move tho Candy Kitchen down there. Lame Shoulder is nearly al ways duo to rheumatism of the muscles, and quickly yields to tho free application of Chnmber lain'a Liniment For sale by all them. good dealers. others on private Tno electric light plant waH compelled to suspend operations owintr to high water. It will bo Camp, cheap. Inquiro at this office. Al Cote and family were over, from their Warm Springs home this week on a visit to relatives and friends. Linen dusters for ladies and gentlemen at Schenk Bros. T. G. Kribs informs us he is tmincr to farm over on Silver creek this season on land owned by J. C. Welcome Jr. and C. H. Leonard. NEW BLANKETS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. R. S. Williams. I. M. Davis, W. D. Baker and Ed Howard, the latter accompanied by his wife, were among the Drewsey people over this wceK some 01 on jury duty, business. milliner, has a very complete lino of tho latest millinery on display r 1 O ., ..nntlv froTchicaan "SpSKSdU indefinite duration but the company plans to securo a new nower Bite during this summer 01 me lauwt mum"" " wv"j I -, -- : ur , in the Haines building adjoining1 and then will be in a pos ion to '" "' .. ..7 . i. .. nn ofriK nrv nnil continuous (tin Rtnro on south Main St She will be pleased to meet the ladies of Burns and vicinity and have them inspect her line. give satisfactory and continuous service. NEW FRENCH GINGHAMS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE Ti IN THE SPRING One's Fancy Naturally Turns To Thoughts Of LIGHT AND BRIGHT APPAREL WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS -33 B rg M to ' READY TO WEAR DRESSES In White, Blue, Tan, Lavender, Pink and Gray Prices: From $1.75 to $12.00 WORSTED SKIRTS Beautiful Shades From $4.00 to $16.00 SUMMER SKIRTS In Black, Blue Gray and Tan $1.75 to $5.00 White Waists, 75c to $ 6.50 SILK Waists, $3.50 to $9.00 a ft i Alteration frcontSchonk Bros. NEW PERCALES AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. Tod Hayes was a business visi tor from Lawen yesterday. Don't forgot tho Prcsbytorinn Church choir annual Easter Sale. Cleaning and pressing for ladies and gcntlomon nt Schenk Bros. Tho band boys gnvo a very cn- joyablo dnnco at Lochcr's hall last ovening. Will Grny was doing Jury duty this week. Ho was nccompanicd up by his wifo and littlo son. W. D. Huffman. Dalla Turner and Thos. McCormick aro all over from tho Stccns mountain section. Tho porsonal nttontion given guests nt tho French Hotel has given it n good roputntion L. B. Culp, Prop. Seo THE INLAND EMPIRE REALTY COMPANY, they want 20 GOOD RELINQUISHMENTS QUICK. C. II. Vocgtly who has boon absent sinco January at his old homo in Pittsburg, will nrrivo homo this ovening. I. W. Jnckson, a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hurlburt, is hero from Linn county. Ho may remain hero permanently. W. B. Parker informs us he has purchased a farm near Pais ley and his family will go there to reside for tho summer. Mrs. Willinms-Millnr will have a fino lino of trimmed hntson display Monday morning. Sho also has street hats, sailors, etc. There will be work in the third degree nt the Masonic lodge to night. Visiting members aro cordially invited to nttend the communication. J. W. Price spent several days in this city this week. Ho want ed Borne work marcs and suc ceeded in securing them, leaving for Crane creek this morning. Grain Per Hundred lhs.: Rolled barley - - - - $3.25 Seed 3.25 Bran ------- 2.75 Screenings ----- 2.00 N. Brown & Sons. Torn Allen left the first of this weok with his wife for Portland where bIio goes to bo under the caro of specialists. They went out in an nuto by the way of Prineville. Joo Filchett was up from his farm near Harriman last even ing after a load of grain. Mr. Fitchett has completed his Bcod ing but did not havo any grain left for his team. Thos. Sprague and Carl Velkor aro engaged in improving tho C. A. Haines rcsidonco in this city. The second floor is being rearang- cd and handsome dormer win dows aro being put through the sides of tho Bquaro roof. You will never, ngnin be quite as you arc today mentally or physically. Perhnps not ever again will you bo nblo to get so "young" n photograph that looks like you as today. Visit tho Sayer Studio. J. R. Jenkins is over from his Steens Mountain home. He re ports the sheep doing very well now the range having improved considerable during the last week. Mr. Jenkids will begin lambing on next Monday. Mrs. Webber and littlo son and dauorhtcr. accompanied by E. Musick, arrived from Seattle this week. Tho former is tho mother of Wm. Webber and Mr. Musick is a brother to Mrs. Wm. Webber. Mr. Musick is a candy maker nnd will asist in tho candy kitchen. ROLLED BARLEY AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. Orn Hill has purchased tho P. M. Chenoy.fnrm of nearly 400 acres up tho river nnd takeri pos session immediately after tho present crop is harvested this fal . This is ono of tho best farms in Hnrnoy county, woll ir rigated and has been ono of tho highest producing farms for sev eral years. Tho consideation was $20,000. Wo do not know what Mr. Cheney expects to do in tho way of business after giving pos session of tho farm. NEW LACE CURTAINS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. Stop in and Look at Our Beautiful New Line of LADIES' NECKWEAR, SUMMER SUITING NEW DRESS GOODS, ETC. . Schwartz- PROPRIETOR' I. Schwartz PROPRIETOR. S Constipation brings many ail ments in its train nnd is the pri mary causo of much sickness. Keen your bowels regular mad am, and you will cscapo many of tho ailments to which women aro subject, Consipation is a vory simplo thing, but like- many simple things, it may lead to seri ous consequences. Naturo often needs a littlo assistnnco nnd when Chamberlain's Tablota aro giyon at tho first indication, much dis tress and BUfforing may boavoid cd, Sold by nil good dealers. mmmmmmmmm John Witzcll is up from Nar rows! Alfred Bonjamlno clothing nt Schenk Bros. Hngoy & Richardson aro head quarters for the vory best grocer ies Chris Lackman is quite ill nt his homo in this city threatened with pncumonln. It seems killing deer out of Benson is not profitable from tho fino imposed this morning. Wm. L. Blott sido Btoppcd the office this week to "count his chickens boforo they hatched." Harry McCluro is up from Lawcn for medical treatment. Ho haa boon quite sick for Bomo time. W. L. Blott & Co. this week disposed of tho W: W. Jordan 1G0 acres in Sunset to Mr. C. E. Marriott of California. Mrs. Pearson, mother of James Pearson, has been quite Bick this week. Sho is reported hotter by her physician this morning. In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may bo obtained by applying Chamberlain's Lini ment. For Bale by all good deal ers. Geo. W. Bohon and Charles Downs were in from the Catlow Valley section during the week on land business. Thoy nre new scltlers in that district If vou want to make n trade. soil your relinquishment or other property the Inlnnd Empire Real ty iCo. will bo of great assistance to you. They have sold others nnd am sell yours. Particular people do their trading at the Hngoy & Richard son general merchandise Btorc whoro a fino lino of dry goods, furnishings, shoes, etc. is always found. The extra session of congress convened at Washington Tues day and Champ Clark was elected Speaker of tho House tho first Democrat to hold the position for sixteen years. NEW RIBBONS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. A telephono message to his father announces that Roswell Hamilton had pnssed the state examination and is now a full fledged pharmacist Ho is work ing in Baker. Grain Per Hundred lhs:. Rolled barley . - - - $3.25 Seed 3.25 Bran 2.75 Screenings ----- 2.75 N. Brown & Sons. Knmn of nur fnrmora who have meadows nre considering the ad visability of hircing armed men to keep the cranes off their hay land. The birds nre so numer ous they play moro havoc than a bunco of hogs. Horses For Sale Twelve head of mares weighing from 1250 to 1300 lbs. Aire 3 to 6 years. All broken but threo young ones. Ono full blood black rcrchcron stallion ago 4 years, weight 1800 lbs. G. A. McGee, Burns, Ore. Tho city authorities have made a nronosition to pronerty owners on the hill that if they will pick up throw together nil stono on tho street abutting their property tho city will remove them free of chargo to uso in tho fill now being built at tho north entrance of Burns. Mr. Fellows has had exper ienced mechanics examine the balcony in tho Photo-Play and thoy havo expressed satisfaction as to its snfoty. Tho ventilation will also bo improved and cared for tho evening Mr. Edward Arnold Thompson gives his read ings, April 17. J. C. Dodson tho well known Lake county stock buyer, is in tho city. Mr. Dodson was at ono timo located hero and has many old tlmo friends nnd acquain tances who are always glad to moot him on his occasional visits. Ho is looking for somo Btock cnttlo this time. NEW SILK WAISTS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. George Foon, tho old Btandby restaurant man, has fitted up nont quarters in tho building for merly occupied by tho Eastern Oregon Engineering Co., to tho rear of tho Hnrnoy County Nat ional Bank nnd opens tho Hnrnoy County Restaurant today. George has been a resident of this sec tion for over twenty-fivo yenrs, and is woll known to almost ovory man, woman nnd child in this section of tho country. Ho Is un ngrceablo follow and has many friends. George will" also conduct a bakery in conncection with his restaurant. Remember his location on tho street leading east from tho Hnrnoy County National Bank. " ' Call at Schenk Bros, and boo tho now Panama hats. Supt. Hamilton was in tho city yesterday on ofilcinl buBincss. NEW HATS FOR MEN AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. R. L. Hass was again up from Narrows during the week on business. Fred Ookcrmnn was over from Silver Creek yesterday greeting old friends. A. fino nnd complete lino of fresh garden nnd flower seeds at Reed's Grocery. Miss Anna Shnper is over from her homestead on a short visit to her sisters and friends. Pacific Stock and Poultry food at tho Lunaburg, Dalton & Co. Department Store. Dr. R. J. Bcstul, a veterinary surgeon, is hero looking over tho field witli a view of locating. Miss Lconu Thompson will en tertain a company of young pco plo at tho family homo this even ing nt whist Clay Clemens mill is tho near est ono to Burns whero all kinds of lumber both rough and dress ed can bo had. Near Canyon road. Call him by 'phone for quick orders. NEW FANCY GOODS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. There are three of Mrs. Irwin's "Elsie Book's" loaned out to friends and she would like to know where they nre. She is in no hurry for them merely wants to know where they are. When a medicine must be given to young children it should be nleasant to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is made from loaf sugar, and tho roots used in its preparation give it a flavor sim ilar to maple syrup, making it pleasant to take. It has no supe rior for colds, croup nnd whoop ing cough. For sale by all good dcarlcrs. NEW LINGERIE WAISTS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. NOTICE Ib hereby given that the regu lar Eighth Grado Finnl Exami nation will be held in the differ ent school districts May 11-12, 1911. Teachers are requested to file with tho County Superinten dent, on or before the 20 day of April, tho names of nil pupils de siring to tnko the examination, and to certify that they have completed the work ns required by law. TROORAM (a) Thursday Physiology. Writing, History, and Civil Gov-erment (b) Friday Grammar, Ari thmetic, Gcography.and Spelling. The teacher will send to tho County Superintendent the ap plicants class standing in rend ing. Your truly, L. M. Hamilton, County School Supu BONNIE REGS RESTAURANT MYERS & TOMUNSON Proprietors OPEN DAY AND NIGHT NONE BUT WHITE HELP Formerly run by George Foon next door north of Star Salooon JOHN ROBINSON Stock Inspector, Harney Coantr. Home AililroeH lUirnn, Ore C. E. LEMAY Painting, Paper Hanging, Sign Writing Estimates given on all classes of such work. AGENT HENRY BOSCH WALL PAPER Headquarters at French Hotel CONTEST NOTICE. Ut!ITlHTTH I.AHIlOmCIC I liurua. Ori'uou. Anlll 4. lull. I Krlcto of lliltni, Ori'Kn. Cuuln Culp (1- lo Albeit J v'j.ii uj I. !. .intlA.ifl Ilia, I If. til iv lift tftvpi llurni. (Ireffoll. his liollMitnce m ilrrii.dldun AUrll 4th, lUlt.fllo In Ihliatnce nil locura tbo CMirellttlouol four llommteai Klilry, Utrl-1 Nu. tuSM lutilo Auuit iV IW ', for tnopHor inKii;4ui ioi'iioii ,111111,1 iV IW, for limil llie N)of V8.,lUuti-Mi. ii gromidi fur dm MfHl tlnMlnti Tl Tmvmhit u IVIMBinnltM MmpIiIIaii anil u hit routi'tt tie nlU'iii'i Hint Allwrl I. Krlcko lii wholly .uuiloutl said entry inlh failed to ........... i ... . ........ i .. .it i .. . . ! TPIIUV UUII lUllifViVt'l. ... 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I.T .......... m l.w .idl.lHt,1 .null It llii ervlce la inadu by a delivery of a ropy ot )nur answwrio mo I'uiucaiaiii in 1U1.1111, i'ivuiui such service lutittbu wither Ihtt ald coutes; ot the copy, showlii. the date of Hi receliit.or me aniuavn 01 lue po.awn vj v..ij. . im. cry was made stating when ami whore the copy waadellveredi If mane by rtiUtond wall. I'Jiiol ot such service must consist ot the affidavit of tho person by whom llie copy was mailed, slat. Ing wbon and the pwitolUoii to which It wet walled .Hid this aflldallt must be acoompaul. ed by lhs i o.tinmier's receipt for the letter. You il.ouhl stale in your answer the uame of Ilia post orllco to which you desire future uotli'iatoboscul to you, WM, rauaa. jiegistvri Datoof first publication April f, Mil. ecotid " ' w, " .1 II .I.I..I M S3. ' , llAIII fe Jf Vmi A V a depositor .with any J. I JL UU SklV K00d bank and jf you will take its officess into your confidence you will find that the bank is your best friend in the busi ness world. That iq Whnf wc want t0 bc t0 x i ill I lo rr Mil yoUi if y0U win become a depositor here and give us your confi dence we will keep your secrets and will aid you with advice and monetary assistance if necersary. In fact wo will help you in every in keeping with Bound banking. Come in and sec us; wc want to meet -you. HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK of Burns Controlled and Owned by Home People. DIIUGP'- cii THE WELCOME PHARMACY 7YEARS experience in the Drug Busi- ness. We have no dead stock Our MnA,! .r.lfw.M n .wl n.ir Wltn flnll hflV Uuua UIV klCUH UIIU llliVV. mini juu unj your drugs from us you can rest assured thai they are pure, fresh and will have the effect a which your doctor desires. You can also gJ find new and up to date Stationery, Fresh Candies, Domestic and Imported Cigars, Rub ber Goods, Fancy Soaps, Pipes, Etc. ST A TIONER V SAVE TIME MONEY MUSCLE TheWorkingCapacityisEnormousofthe FARM Pump Engine Always on tho hustle; a tireless worker, that needs no boss. It tackles any task; cuts hours to minutes; cuts cost to pennies; cuts out tho wear nnd tear on muscles; keeps men from becoming machines; nays handsome daily in cash saved and work performed. . The engine will pump sufficient water in less than half hour for the average family's daily uso at a cost of notmorethan three fourths of a cent Fits Any Standard Pump Pumps 400 to 1,000 Gallons per Hour ...... (.iaaa, aaaaa.aaffaaiaaBaaiaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaasiajaaFaaa Tell us about your requirements, we can meet them; if interested in Larger Engines ask for catalogue of FULLER & JOHNSON'S Double Efficiency Engines. W. T. SMITH Agent for Harney County ? . r a There is only one good placo to go for GOOD DRUGS, STATIONERY, CIGARS, BOOKS, CONFECTIONERY, and TOILET AUTlUbCA REED BROS. DRUG STORE The store maintained and operated for your con venience and satisfaction. One that you can rely on at nil times. TJie City Drug Store REED BROS., Proprietors t t t t t t t '' --''' v.'a,.-U-'''' Harney Vallky Brewery Saloon JENKINS & KAISER, Proprietors WINES, LIQXJOES AND CIGARS Best and most popular brands LOCAL BEER .ON TAP Courteous and obliging bar tenders CHAS. KAISER, Mgr- - Burns, Oregon THE TIMES-HERALD Job Printing.