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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1914)
Hi La if eat Circulation Of Any
Nawapaprr In Harney County.
SATURDAY. JULY 4. 1114
David Craddock and wife were
down from Silvies Monday.
Order your Binding twine now.
We will have it here when needed
ty. Brown & Sons, Agents.
The C. T. Miller family came
in from the ranch to spend the
L. I. Moon, an automobile sup
ply man of Boise, was here this
week in the interest of his busi
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Mrs. C T. Cary has been visit
ing at the home of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Terrill, dur
ing this week.
E. E. Purington has about 1(H)
cords of slab wood at the mill
that he would be glad to give to
the farmers for threshing time.
It makes good fuel and gets up
Clarence Lucky and wife and
son Norman are nere irom
Eugene, making the trip over
the mountains in their taxicab.
They are visiting ajt the home of
Mrs. lone Whiting.
r. C. Albritton has moved his
headquarters to Albritton. He
had been occupying rooms on the
econd floor of The Times-Herald
tuilding, therefore there is a
ice vacant suite for lease.
For almost twelve years our institution
has stood the exacting test of public ap
proval. During this time it has always
protected the interests of its patrons, re
gardless of local or general financial con
ditions. The volume of business trans
acted through our institution, and the
number of our patrons, continues to
grow conclusive evidence that our ef
ficient service is appreciated and that our
conservative policy is approved by the
LET US SERVE YOU
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000
United States Depositary
Mrs. Cortes Elliott is here from
Portland on a visit.
Archie McGowan and Bill Gould
made a trip to Bear Valley Monday.
Order your Binding twine now. i the Burns Steam Laundrv.
We will have it here when needed.
N. Brown & Sons, Agents.
We do job printing.
Will Weber was in town for a
few days this week.
Dry cleaning and pressing at
Wanted -A two-wheel cart or
a second hand saddle -Call the
Claude Smyth was in from his i Burns Steam Laundry.
Happy Valley home Thursday on ' Mijja
busine8a' last Saturday evening from Cor-
' There are numerous celebra- vallis where she had been attend
tlons all over the country today, jng school during the past year.
hence the crowds are confined to THE nRST NATIONAL BANK OF
each community. That's a good burns, capital and surplus
way to spend the 4th, right at $100,000. the bank THAT makes
Tom Allen was in from the P home with home people.
Ranch Sunday and took Mr. c. B. McConnell, H. A. Weir
Bill Will lllll 111 his car for a tour land M. V. Dodge went over to1
f the several ranches, returning Silver Creek Tuesday, returning
Wednesday. Tom has gone back
Mo the P Ranch to spend the 4th
n the shade. He's too ornery
Another school election is call-
bd for July 9 at 2 o'clock for the
urpose of electing a clerk, the I
YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
The Gault family and Clyde
Wittenhiller went out to Valley
View Wednesday evening and
brought Miss Florence Hoffeditz
the irrigation project.
The J. L. Lowe sawmill.
merly the Bunyard mill,
Harney, has a complete
andidate elected at the regular 0f rough and dressed lumber.
nnual meeting not being qualifi- shingles moulding, etc. Good
Among those suggested for road. Call by phone for rush
he place are J. E. Loggan, M. J. orders. J. L. Lowe. 27tf
ould and Chester Dalton. n ,,..., th rvmular old
war veteran, returned Tuesday
from his visit to Glenwood
J. E. Rounseville and wife
came up irom tneir nome in me
enio section early this week.
fney were accompanied by Mrs
lathrick, a sister to Mrs. Rounse
Spring, Colorado. He is looking
well and says he is lad to be
hack among his many friends in
Ule, who had been visiting them Burns. Mr. Bennett states he
nd was on her way to her home j enjoyed the trip very much that
the scenery arou.ia the springs
In Spokane. Mr. Rounseville re-
jrts that section prosperous
ith fine prospects for crops.
where he had
been staying was
last evening. They were on
I ..1.... t. l.i.l il'liir
Pleasure snu uwu iu --"" in rnrwn.l th lhrt;,n nirwl
business connected with rm
Albert Swain, who has been
employed at the Ijiwen Mercan
tile Co. store for the past month,
came up Wednesday to remain
until after the celebration.
James Richardson returned
home Sunday from outside points.
He came in by way of Juntura,
bringing in one of the new Ford
cars that Archie McGowan re
cently shipped for sale to Harney
L. Woldenberg was in Thurs
day checking up his affairs in
winding up his stage business.
Mr. Kinght, the new contractor,
was also here looking after the
preliminaries in starting his line
Mrs. Win. Walker and Mrs.
Howard VanValkenburg, who
had been visiting at the family
home on Silver Creek for a short
time, took their departure Mon
day for their homes, the former
at Ontario, the latter at John
day. They went out in Mr.
Brent's auto. ,
Dr. C. C. Babbidge was in
from Valley View Wednesday.
He was accompanied up by Mrs.
Patterson and her daughter Ruth
and Miss Roberta Hibbard. Dr.
Babbidge said he did not get his
wire in time, to fence out the rab
bits this season and as a conse
quence they have harvested his
alfalfa. However, he will be pre
pared for them before another
crop is ready.
Died Monday, Mrs. Martell,
an aged lady who has recently
come to this section and entered
a homestead over in the Warm
Springs section. The cause of
her death was heart disease.
She had been suffering for some
time and her son had started to
Burns with her for medical at
tendance but she died on the road
in. The funeral was held Tues
day. James Johnson was over from
GET MY PRICES
before buying elsewhere and
I carry a complete line of
IMS ad GENTS WEAR
at the lowest possible cash prices
General Merchandise -
fiH8Hk ) tiding, - - Burns, Oregon
from Juntura where he was in
terested in the shearing plant
and reports they had a good run.
Mr. Johnson says the rabbits
have caused considerable damage
in his neighborhood, but by sys
tematic poiaoning he is sure they
can be exterminated, as J. F.
Mahon had made a success of
this method last year, clearing
his entire neighborhood of rab
bits at a small cost.
Tonawama tomorrow night.
Ferd Tipton was in town Wed
nesday. Old clothes made like new
D. A. Brakeman was up from
Few choice Red Polled milk
cows for sale - Chan. Wilson. 26
Arthur Thompson and hiR wife
were over from Harney the other
Miss Julia McKenzie was in
the city this week visiting rela
tives and friends.
Call 381 when you want your
clothes cleaned, pressed and repaired.
Sidney Comegys. the Diamond
hotel man, was in Wednesday on
business before the county court.
Geo. Buchanan and wife were
in from their home Thursday
having some dental work done.
Henderson Elliott was confined
to his home a portion of this week
from illness but is reported
Mrs. Millar announces that all
her millinery goods are reduced
at this time. See them at the
Mrs. Homer Bringle was opera
ted on by Drs. Griffith and Carl
at the hospital this week. She is
recovering quite satisfactorily.
Tonawama has gone to addi
tional expense in securing the
Portland Rose festival pictures
to show to its patrons tonight.
Rev. Dr. Benson will be here
tomorrow and therefore there
will be preaching services in the
I'resbyterian church lioth morn
ing and evening.
Dr. Geo. Carl returned home
Monday from 11 trip to Portland
where he visited his mother for
a short time and also his wife be
fore she took her departure for
the east on a visit.
Frank Johnson and family
went out to Juntura yesterday
after noon. They will take the
train this morning for Ontario
where they go to look ut a tract
of land they own there.
Mrs. J. C Garrett Came home
with the Cheney family on their
return from Washington lawt
week and will spend the snmmer
here with her children. She is
the mother of Mrs. Simon Ix'wi,
Mrs. T. J. Shields. Mrs. R. J.
Williams, Mrs. P. M. Cheney and
J. T. Gairett, all of this county.
Mrs, Garrett is growing old in
years but is still a young "old
lady". She expects to accom
pany the Cheneys to Arizona this
Meadames Ted und Bailey
Hayes, of Burns, formerly Belle
and Edith Claypool, are visiting
with their parents. Rube and
Mrs. Claypool, at their ranch on
Cottonwood. Rube was an old
timer in the Prineville country,
an old timer in the Harney coun
try, and has been in the Malheur
country almost long enough now
to be counted as an old timer,
but he is one of those happy old
cusses that does not know how to
grow old, and he is younger now
than he used to be. Vale Enterprise.
PORTLAND ROSE CARNIVAL
Stowing Beautiful Features of the Parades
"Bronco Bill's Love Affairs"
A Very Funny Comedy
'THE WINTER'S TALE"
Shakespeare Gorgeously .Costumed
ADMIMMION 10 AND IS CENTS
FOUR REEL PROGRAM
his Andetson Valley home ThursJru ;.,,,, ryj . tr cl,. ri
day. He recently came back , . H
uuffelsBia"jmji i 1 itswiy
"BEDEUA'S BUSY MORNING"
"A Young Squaw's Bravery"
A Fise Indian Ssbject
BERGERON TO PILAY
Usual Prices, 1ft 35c.
J. W. Buchanan and son Joe
were In the city this week.
P. H. Gray was among our visi
tors from the I a wen section dur
ing the week.
Rolled barley, wheat and oats
for sale at market prices. W. A.
; mm limui's feed yard.
Mares and Gelding's for sale or
trade for cattle. Address or
phone Lee Caldwell.
Mrs. Wm. Farre and Kathrine
arrived home Wednesday from a
month's visit with relatives in
Mrs. Hastie has bread for sale
at the Schwartz store or is pre
pared to deliver it to any home
in Rurns, 10c. a loaf. Cookies
always on hand. Pies and cakes
to order. 30tf.
Mrs. James Bunyard under
went In operation at the Cum
mins hospital Monday, Dr.
Griffith, assisted by Dr. Carl
performing it. The patient is
reported doing well.
W. B. Johnson and son Albert
were over from their Silver creek
homes during the week, making
the trip in the former's new
Cndallac car. Bill refused to
"steer the tarnal thing" in town
and Albert was at the wheel and
he tried to make a first class
funeral by running over the
manager of this great religious
We are desirous that our friends
and the general public under
stand that we are not moving
away from Burns, nor have we
quit practice here, but we take
this means of thanking you one
ane all, who have placed confi
dence in us, and for the patron
age we have had the past year.
In starting out on another year's
practice, we shall be glad to serve
you, should you need a doctor,
and we shall certainly appreciate
it when anyone sees fit to "say a
good word for us".
At Your Service,
Drs. D. E. & Susie V. Standard.
At the Harney-Valley Hospital.
Now is the time to order repairs
for your Deering Binders, Head
ers, Mowers, Reapers and Rakes.
Send in your orders now so you
will huve them on time.
N. Brown & Sons.
I House Painting
Kailanatee (m-nUtacd on ap
plication. Mamplea shown.
GIVE HIM A CHANCE
fly?? nnnitnHitoiy mitttwmn nnntt
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
t'XITKD HTATIfcV l.lNH UU g. J
limns. Oregon, Mi) VI. 1V14 i
Nonet la karat, jr gtveit ibal WlufUltl II.
Crosier, ul KU, Oregon, who uti April 1. 1,
mil, li.a.le M..iinat.'SJ Kati) No (H..JI, for I oU
. . M'iNW, MM-tJmi 4, lowiisulp JM H, Hauge
M, 1. . WilUoioiir Mi-il.liaii, has llltnl uulti-e
uf iuteutlou lo uiakt ttiisl three year proof, to
ealahllsu 1 laiiu to tin- Ian. I abm r Uest-rlbviS,
u lor. Register sod Knrlver, st Hums, or
sti-i, oiijbe sib day or July, mi
Claimant names aa witnesses
Isaac rosier. at6Iue.nl lllraili, Mrs. Anna
Collier, B. I. aim all ..I Itilry. I'legon.
Wm. Kakkil. Keflsler.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
t'NITJCI ttTATafn 1 ASH oKKlt K
Horns, orvgoo, Ms) '.'I, 114.
Noihcls bereby glveu Ibat tieorge W Kay
1 rait, i( l.s wen, Oregon, who on Nuvemln'r
.'.', IVtfw, made Homestead Kuiry No. 0rtV2,
(or NW'4, Meuiiou 11 lownsblp .' Month,
Kaiige .'." Kami, Willamette Meridian, has
(lied until 1 o( intention to make final three
year proof, to establish claim to (be laud
In ii.-scril.i-it. before the Kegliier and Me
reiver, el Hums, Oregon, 011 the Vth dsy of
1 11 m u 11 1 uiuuea as witnesses:
I. B. t alp, A. I Kaycred. .n K laMVef,
Mary J. Kayurall all of iaweu Oresuu.
Wit. rasas, k-glstrr
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(MTri' riTATta I.am. orrirn,
liurtii, Orwtfuu, May uft, I'll t
Ncillro la Imrubj iiveu llial WIIIUui Lawl,
iMiff. ul alloy, UrKuo. wbg, uu ikibt, Sand
iti m, luiu, raaueullvely, mmli llunu-, trail
Kulrlea Nu, ObUU-ublll lot W',sW'. NK'ttt ',.
M'.SW,. H',MC'4, N'.NE'., Hxlluu II.
Iul,alil. .'( H.. Itanai '! . ! . I ll.im.Ui. Marl
.Hall liaa lllril uolti'irof ml, ul lull lumaka final
iIimu yrai I'lunl li aatal.luli i laiiu lu llii'lan.l
alu.Vf ilrari li.iil, Uifiiir Itvulatai anil UcicUci
ai Burn,, 1 in auu, uu Ilia Huh jay ul July. IVI4.
t la I in m 111 iiaintaaa wltuwawa
I J. Hhlrltla, It J Wllllami, H1.11I K laaina.T,
All of Kllay, Hm'Kiiii. K. It Ituali, ill Uiirna,
Wm kahki . iu-iiti
NOTICE POR PUBLICATION
I NI1KI) HTVI'KN I.AMi nrril'K
lltiuia, tiii'ijuu, May -li.Uli
Nullia la tiaraoy (Ivan llial llfiiry A. Mil
Alllalur, uf llnt'tiaiiKii, Ortnloii, whu, uu May I,
i'i '. utailu lliiii.cnlfail Kutry Nu Ofi7MJ, tur
',!,, Haillnii -m, luwllllllp a 8 . llaiiK. .'l.t
K., Wlllauirin' Meridian liaa Alail in. tin ul
I11U1111..11 lu 11. alia dual llnuu rar t'roul, lu
iiglabllati t'laltil lu Ilia lainl abova (aairltH)il,
bvlura KiiKlaU'raiul Huvalvcr.al Burua. I'n-guii.
uu iiir mil ilay ul July, ln.
Claimant uaiuaa aa wllucaaea;
J. ilui li. Taylor, Harold Juliuauo. 1 II. Mr
I 'l, .,11 M lit. lUv uu .ml all ol Uut'bauali,Orriuu.
Wh. Ftmil. Kailatai
Nolle lo Crodllor.
Nutit'i' in hereby given that tin- untler
aixtteii liaa hern duly A.iullitril executor
of the l.uat Will anil Tcitaiucnt, ami ol
the eitate of William C. Ilynl, deceaaril,
hy the County Court of the Stute ol
Orcron, lor lluruey County. All ucr
ona having claiun ugainut laid titate
are hereby notified to prewut thtiii.ilulv
verilicd by law reulred, to Julian t '
h ul, uievutor, at Ilia office in Hum,
Harney Couuly, Oregon, or ul Hut office
of J. S. Cook Itia attoraey, in Burua, Oi
egon, within bIi month, Irom the date
of thia notice.
Milled thii lit day of July, lull
Julias 0, llyrd, eiecuror.
J, b Cook, attorney.
Geo. Smyth was in this week.
AH millinery at jrreatly reduc
ed prices at Clinsran'n Millinery
Tip Stoy was up from Harri
man Wednesday on businefis bo
fore the county count.
Special For the present we
will clean Iace Curtains ready to
hansr for 25 cents the pair. The
Burns Steam laundry.
Now is the time to order repairs
for your Deering Binders, Head
ers, Mowith, Reapers and Rakes.
Send in your orders now so you
will have them on time.
N. Brown & Sons, Agents.
Th Baal Modlcino in the World.
"My little jrirl had dysentery
very bad. I thought she would
die. Chamberlain's Colic, Chole
ra and Diarrhoea Remedy cured
her, and I can truthfully say that
I think it is the best medicine in
the world," writes Mrs. William
Orvis, Clare, Mich. For sale by
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
IINITKHHTATKH I.ANII OKCICK)
Hiiriia, ori-ioii, Hay m, tin.
Nutlt-e la berehv Rlvrn that Tatar t'rfar, uf
Uwtftt tlrofnn, wltu. on Oclubar 1'.', I'it7, titailit
llutiiaatuait Kmry Nu njiit Marlal No uj.177. ii,
MWU, Hpi'llnn I. 1 own, hip lb H , llmia- )lt Y
Wllamalu Merldiait, haa fltrtl ttutlra uf liit.ti
linn in ma kr dual ovi yaar I'rouf. loralabllih
claim u. Iba laud altovr deat-rlbad, befurt K.-e
later and K.. .it fi, at Hurtia, ori'ffuu, uu tba
lllhdayuf July, I'll
claltiiatit itauta, tor wlllietutaa
Adam V S. tjaoraa, Tliutitaa M t.lbm,
Hubert K. Blirkbardl. J W JI. In . all ol
I at, .1.. 1 if. ,un
Wm. raaaa, Krli, r.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'NITKD HTA1KH UW OffUfB, I
Bums, Oregon. Msyii, UI4
Nutlie Is hereby given tbst Osvld KelSI, ul
A deposit of $5 a month for five
years in this Bank of Safety and Service,
with 4 per cent interest compounded
semi-annually, will amount to $332.27
ten dollars a month for 10 years will
yield you $1,474.76.
Cash in Bank is your most loyal
friend. It works every hour of the day.
If you seek independence, start saving
One dollar opens an account.
Harney County National Bank
of Burns, Oregon
"Your Home InatltaUon"
Hum,, Oraguu. rt I... ..it Nuvautber '.a, rm.
m. .",0 uvn, tumw".
Bavtluu M, lownablp 34 H , Hauge JJ t . Wll
uia.lt llnuiKfaad hma Nu '".',,
lautrtl. Mfiltllali, baa (llfd uollca uf lutvulluU
lo uiakr final Are yaar wool, to eatablivb
claim to Ilia laud abut,- tlaairlbvd, balurt
uv Kitalaiar aud It,-. ci,-r, at liuru,, Oraauu
on II," UMli tlat ul Jult mil
Clalntaut naina, aa wltuaaa,,.
Juar.b lllll, niiiiri' t.i.-.iri. Halt. i II,
lluddrr. Wliltaa. I Uaatar, all ol Hiitua,
Wh I m, Haglitar.
NOTICE FOR .PUBLICATION.
CHiTgn htatu LaNbOrrirs, ;
IIUIH", l'Hll, 'IBl .1, l.'l 1
Notlee la hereby given that Alma t oilier, ol
HI ley, Oregon, who. on Marrh : l.-m, maili
lloiiM stead Kuiry, No. ii;i ,.., for n W4. n.t. lo,
bss dle-l notice ol lliletitloli to make final
three year proof to establish claim to the lain!
above ih til...), bvfofe. the Heglaler anl He
tetter, at Hums, oregou, on I lie Mb its of
( laltuani iisilies b w ituoese
H. inl.aM J IIm.Ii r..lrf. i. I. II. ii.ri.. .
w iiiti.'l.l t ot-ier, sllof Hilt) , Oregon.
Vm. raaSK, Register
NOTJOX FOR PUBLICATION
I M IKIt ( lt-.S lAMnirHrr..
Hut ut, oreguu, May (s, IVU.1
Sotier Is -hereby glveu (hst rlara Klecg,
laughter Biol heir ul tieorgv Kleei, deceeseO,
o( bci-kley, Oregon, who, uu June .v, iwi.i ami
Mth li, 1'iH. tespectivsly. made buiut stestl
Miliii No. uia6tl (? (orHK4sud hv'4, Het-
lion -, low nsltlij m H , Kai,ge .11 K , V lllaiuetta
Merldtaii. has (lied uotlt-eol lltteuUuu toraaka
final three year pruul. to establcsh ilalut to
ihe laud above described, beftire Hrglster sud
Hueeiver. si Hums, ureguQ, uti theutlidsvof
Clalwaut tiauiesss vtltneases
J Hsnliigo Willis C beiklry, Virgil A
Mtuart. osear r. Mtuarl all ol Boogie) . Oregon
Wm. Fassk Heglslri
VOTICI FOR PU.BLI0ATION.
f Mtsr HTirga laNti Orn k
bums, oregoii. July 1, 1914.
Noilos la hereby given thai Khods K Htoy,
ul IU: 1 1 ui an Oregon, who, uu August is, lw7
aud or toiier H. Ivll, reevtlvely utsde Home
lead Kntrles tttkX herial Nu. tK.ci't and No
UWv. (tir N'4. Scrliou fc-,', lowil. Hip i,',H. Kaiiite
V. t , VSUlauiette Meridian, haa died Uotlre ol
Iuteutlou to wake dual five year lroo(, toes
tsullsh claim t the land above descrlbsd, be
lure Heglaler Sud He reiver at Hums, Oregon,
on the Mb day ut August, lVl.
Claimant names si witnesses:
umiis I.Moy. Irs Hutid, H M Murl. Mrs,
lis bend all u( tlsrrliusD, Orsguu,
MM KittKK. lilt 1-1,1
Guaranteed 7,500 Miles
'I Itrau lirca liuiir tli Kraate t kiiumt
iniluBgu K'iiaianlBi yet aru aold at a
prlca t'vun luaa lltau tirea ul ordinary
Kuaraiitee. Thia luaranta cover.
puncture blow-out, and gt-uttrttl weur.
(iiiarniitto cort'i'l ;,,rxMJ mi li-nj'r vkti
mjuinal vi-rylliiiiriit'tpl ulnir.iv I li, ,
tircn are intanded lur moat aware aer-
Ordera hava bn rtacelvad for
Ihaac Urea (or use In United BUtca
Aa a HI'BCIAI. STBODU0T0BV
offer, we will allow tin- MlowinS prlreH
lita tint next tea day a.
itsi i n.-.t) n.ao
.10,. i tOJB '-'jui
MaSH ISJO MO
:i-'M!l'g u.Ofi :um
H4xaia iri.ur :i.aij
:iix 17.00 MB
:iiix4 ihoo :i.so
Hx4 IWbO 1.40
.'14 1 4 '.11.40 II.MI
36x4 llJXI 1,00
:iii,i 21100 1,00
:irx4'w 'Jti.no ii.uii
atui'j H7.00 0.10
87x4'u 27.50 B.lft
OTsO 0M0 6.40
All other aiaui. Nou-Kkida -n BSt
finit extra per cent dlacuuot if puv
meat io lull ai'cuuipaniaa order and it
two are an ordered, aliippiiiK oliBrgva
will be payed by ua. U. (I. I. on 15 per
neut nl umnunl ul order. Our ont-pnl
la limited, ao we auggaat early ordering
We aell direct only, giving purcliaacr
the atlvsiilageof all middleiuau'a pruliia
I'an our laiiimiK rttlinura, tbyy iillnii
nalc blow iiuIb and 00 pur mint uf ptuif
turoa beiidua giving many tliutiaund
more milea aervice tu each tire. When
Id your tirea you rid., without worry or
For all :i iiifli Urea - J0
Kor all 'v iiiih Urea fji.ii
I'or all 4 inch tiro (D.OO
Korall.i'u Inch tire $11.76
Kor all 6 Inch lire 1!.INJ
Vui all 6' inch lirca film
NON PUNCTURE TIRE FACTORY
THE WHITE FRONT
LIYfiRY, FEED AND SALE
Baled Hay and Grain for Sale at
Market Prices. Good Hay in Stack
The Boms-Vale Stage Line
Close Connections Made With Trains East,
at both Juntura and Vale. Careful Atten
tion and Prompt Delivery of Express and
Freight Entrusted to Oar Care.
R. J. McKinnon & Son
BURNS, - OREGON
We have a big supply of wire
any helghth desired and at
Implements of all kinds
in steck: Seeders, Plows,
Disc and Drag Harrows.
Paints and Oils
Fancy Virginia - Mteware
A KITCHEN RANGE GIVEN AWAY
in connection with the sale of this
handsome graniteware Inquire
BURNS HARDWARE CO.
NEIL SMITH, Manager