The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, October 03, 1911, FAIR WEEK EXTRA, Image 4

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Interests are both keeping close tab on
CENTRAL ORECOiv
AreyoukeepingcloBO tab on your business affairs?
THE BEST WAY
to keep a close tab on your business affairs is to
carry a cheeking account with our institution.
Deposit your receipts and pay your bills by
check. Tour cancelled checks nro undisputablo
evidence of the accounts thus paid. It's good
business. Try it.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BURNS, OREGON
Caoital and Surplus 380,000.00
United States Depositary
Accounts Invited
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
All aboard for the fair grounds.
Fresh Candies at the Burns
Department Store.
New clothing for men and boys
at Brown's Satisfactory Store.
A wild mule ride is going to be
a feature at the fair tomorrow or
grange day.
Come to the Burns hotel and
get some coffee like your mother
used to make.
Mr. T. M. Baldwin, of Prine
ville, Grand Master of the A. F.
& A. M. for the state of Oregon,
arrived in town yesterday. He
will remain over Wednesday
and visit the local lodge Wednes
day night. Work has been ar
ranged. SALE OF LADIES DRESSES,
SKIRTS AND WAISTS AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.
Here with the goods, BURNS
DEPARTMENT STORE?
Wheat, Rolled Barley and Oats
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
Judge Wm. Smith arrived yes
terday evening from Baker to
hear some cases in the circuit
court.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Davis of
Harney City are visiting their
children and attending the De
velopment League.
James Anderson came in last
night with some of his exhibits.
Mr. Anderson was awarded one
one of the Hill cups last year.
W. F. King, of Prineville ex
county treasurer and prominent
citizen of that section is here
taking in the Development Lea
gue, Fair and getting "next."
SALE OF LADIES DRESSES,
SKIRTS AND WAISTS AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.
W. W. Brown is here with the
boosters.
Arthur Bccde brought in the
Drewsey exhibit yesterday.
The latest Fall Coats for ladies
at Brown's Satisfactory Store.
C. S. Johnson brought in a fine '
display for the fair last night.
' Don't fail to see W. T. Smith
about' those little farrii pump e'n
I giries and big ones too.
Mr. Rinehart's suggstion that
I we need "peg leg Dutch" to de
velop this county was a good
.one.
, Bronco riding, steer bull-dog-
ging, races and a general pro
gram at the fair grounds tomor
row afternoon.
The high school girls prevailed
upon the principal to dismiss
school and then Lafl'erty didn't1
j come such a disappointment.
This is the cry, "When you
I can't find it any where else in
l town, go to the Burns Depart
ment Stort', they carry cvery
, thing under the sun and seldom
tjust out"
' We knew yesterday when
Frank Light of the Lakeview
bunch went to grabbing things
, at the Commercial Club luncheon
1 that he'd land the next meeting
I of the Development League for
his town.
j If you know what "Coopers
Underwear" is--we can sell you
1 your underwearfew stores out.
side of the large city stores
'carry "Cooper's underwear" but
you can hncl ltat-Hrown s bans-,
factory Store.
J. I. Springer, traveling freight
and passenger agent of the Great
Northern Railway, is one of the
Portland delegation. He is here
in the interest of the exhibition l
'cars to look after such products)
as are desired to be shipped out
for that purpose. ,
! CLOTHING SALE AT THE
! BUSY CORNER STORE.
Harry Mitchell of the Mitchell,
I Lewis & Staver Co. is one of
I the big influential men who is
here on his first visit His house
has been represented here for
1 many years and he will now have
a better idea of the country and
its future.
SALE OF LADIES DRESSES, '
SKIRTS AND WAISTS AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.
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HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
OF BURNS
IS better equipped to render the highest
grade of service than at any time through
out its successful experience, and upon its
record of achievement and good faith, it
cordially solicits business.
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E. B. REED & .SON
I The Only Slriclly Grocery Store and Slock in Burns
Wo carry n com plot o stock of the bent brands mid
enn tnke enre of any size order. I'rico.s are right.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO FAIR WEEK PATRONS
TO-WICHT
Buy Your Hardware
and Farming1 Imple
ments for Develop
ment Purposes from
GEER & CUMMINS
Nia-s &sm sr
THE
I THE VAMPIRE (SEUQ.)
j A Marvel in Moving Picture Art "
Buy Her That Ring Today
If you wait until tomorrow you may put it off a
week, meanwhile tin girl is being deprived of a lot
of pleasure.
BUY IT TODAY nn(l lotllcr know whnt
you think of her or
some other fellow will beat you to it. You can satisfy
her to a queen's taste by making a selection at
SALISBURY
Nissner Building. Look for the WalcliSign
TINTYPE ROMANCE
(VITMilUl'II) I
Ticcntu Minutes of lligh-CUitut Vautlc-'
vllle and Lanulm. i
Ulusltaled Song
. BLAZE OF GLORY
Ticket office open at : ': 7:15
Show starts : : : : : 7:30
Prices : : r 10 and 25 cents
THE STAR FEED BARN
South Main Street
Stock given best of care
Baled Hay and Gram for Sale
Patronage Solicited.
UARL ELLIOTT, Prop.
It. I). Cooi-kk ' M. V. Douci
Al0, M, AM.;OC. C. , (4IIO. M, AH, HOC C. K,
COOPER & DODGE
Civil and Hydraulic Engineers
Irrigation, Water Supply
Sewerage,' Water Power.
Surveys, Maps, Ettlmatei, Supervlilon
BURNS, OREGON
THE SILVER DOLLAR
Wholesale and Retail
LIQUOR and WINE HOUSE
Imported and Domestic
WINES, WIIISKYS, BRANDIES, iIN,BEER, Etc.-
' C. A- BEDELL, Burns, Oregon
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