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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1914)
The Lurgr.t Circulation Of Any
Newspaper In Harney County.
SATURDAY. AUCUST 1. 114
i i i i i iimmmmmtmmatmmtmimmitmtamnmimmiammamt
witn ail its norrors
envciupcs jcui uft; uui
still remains the predom-
2 -. .nooOxe-lliaarr ffaafotAar
id ill. vumi uaaaaag invtva
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000
United States Depositary
We do job printing.
James Gilbert was down from
Is farm home Thursday.
! E. E. Owsley and family are
me from their outing in the
I Born--Sunday. Aug. 1(5, to Mr
id Mrs. A. M. Byrd. at Juntura,
son. This makes three Byrd
Ws for that family.
A. E. Brown came over from
home at Cord Thursday. He
not disposed of any sheep
it this season.
HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
JRNS. CAPITAL AND S U R P L U S
1.000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
HJR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
. . . .S
IA. Venator was a business visi-
to our city this week. He is
Dming somewhat of a strang-
1 in these parts and his many
lends were glad to see him.
IMiss Ewing. a niece of Mrs.
C. Babbidge, is out from
Drtland on an extended visit,
hey were up from the Valley
lew homesteaa luesuay ana
lis office acknowledges a plea-
. I ii c ot:n...... .....I lit 1 1.. ....... .i-
The themes of Dr. Benson's, .."- "''" '.,l1' . '", '
courses for next Sunday will some awn bW"'
o v.llnw in the mornimr. naay evrnmg. i ney ph uwh
rhe Solitude of the Soul." in wn there for several months.
itMt -k I i . . . mm i m - l
le evening, war rropnecy anu r. a. Hawkins m Uiamona,
le End of the World. " All are ' who came over to consult phy
Irdially invited. sician last week on account of a'
In . imur, Hnm. HQn. hurt from a horse kicking him, ;
Henry Dalton and Roy Van
tinkle came home Saturday from
keir hunting trip to the moun-
W- do job printing. lonawama ioniKni
John Gary and wife were in Harvey English was over from
fiom their Crane Crock home a Catlow during the week.
few days this week. q. E. Thompson was in the
John Oard was up Monday city Wednesday.
making proot on his ies. rt. lie )rv tuning and pressing at
was assisted by Adam Gcoftrj the Hums Steam Laundry. 4tf.
and Ralph J. Wilson.
1 has recovered sufficiently to leave
the hospital ami return home.
Fr Sale. One :j-inch steel
got but one deer I wagon; one piano; one horse; one
.). W. and J. S. Gearhart came
over from their home near Van
Mrs. Millar announces that all
her millinery goods are reduced
at this time. See them at the
O. .1,. .,.,...
. n 1 1 w .u i . rtmi -.
Hill McKmney leu lor.his
home at Pendleton Sunday, His
wife and little son will .remain
here for a few weeks longer.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
t had a fine time with coldi McCormick hay rake; one (ixl8 $100000. the bank that makes
and the shade of
Chauncy Cummins came over
pump cylinder; one riding p"w.youR SAFE.
attachment; one cultivator, one invited. .
.Xincubator and brooder. Ralph .. .... . . Mr .
m his home at Westfall Wed-i'-" DtLr- M,H ira Davis in this city, Aug,,
sday. He reports having sus- Mrs. G. A. Item bout aeeompa-
lined quite a loss recently, a mod Mrs. Murray over to Drew-
having destroyed a barn, sty Sunday in the Holland auto
kree granaries, blacksmith shop, and there they joined Dr. and
kcluding tools, considerable ma- Mrs Harrison for a short vacation
linery, harness and one horse, j trip to the Hluc Mt. Springs in
lere was no insurance. Grant County. Mrs. Rembold is
expected home today.
Miss Bessie Swain has
Miss Swearingen is now re-
earsing an entertainment in
rhich a large number of little employed to teach in the public
Dlks are taking part and which school of this city the coming
rill be produced at Tonawama year, taking the second grade
the evening of September!, vice Miss Graham resigned. Mirw
oromises to be one of the most , Lelah McGee has been employed
njoyable entertainments ever
idertaken in this city and Miss
swearing-ton is taking great pains
training her young charges.
to teach the
seventh grade vice
open on the 7th of
JUST A GENTLE REMINDER
That our patrons, all of whom
WEAR THE BEST SHOES,
AND ALL OTHERS,
who are desirous of obtaining the best
shoes, may know that our full and com
plete line of Fall and Winter shoes are now
We are in business to please
you and with the
Best Line Of Shoes
which the largest shoe house
in Chicago can turn out
we are able to do so
A trial will convince
That is all we ask
i Merchandise -
- Hums, Oregon
II, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davis,
daughter. The Times-Herald
did not learn of this arrival until
after last issue was printed.
Mrs. P, M. Cheney and daugh
ter, Miss Tillie. and Mrs. J. C.
Garrett took their departure
Monday morning for Phoenix,
Arizona where they will spend
the winter. Pleas will follow in
a few weeks.
Next Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock the Baptists will convene
in their church to consider the
proposition of cooperation with
the Presbyterians in work of
worship. A full attendance of
all Baptists interested in this
movement is requested.
Harry C. Smith and wife have
returned from an extended vaca
tion trip that took them to Crater
Lake, Ashland, on down through
the Rogue River Valley, visiting
Grandma Martin and also the
Cal Geer family at Riddle then
to Eugene and home over the
Cascade. They had a fine time
Miss Josephine Locher arrived
home Saturday evening from an
extended visit to outside points,
visiting Portland, Seattle, Taco
ma and other coast places during
her absence. She came in by
way of Agency where she visited
Miss Agnes Love for a few days
and also stopped oft at Drewsey
and visited Mrs. Harrison. She
had a very nice trip.
Geo. A. Smyth and son Fred,
J. L. Gault and W. Y. King made
party to go out to Bend Tuesday
morning in a private car. The
Smyths and Bill will go to Cor
vallis and on over to New Port
to enjoy the ocean breezes and
bathing for a time, Mr. King also
visiting his many friends and re
latives in Corvallis for a shoit
time. Mr. Gault goes to Port
land and other points for. ft short
C. R. Peterson came over from
Crane (reek Thursday bringing
Mrs.. Rose Vanderpool, Miss
Eunice Venator and Miss Floy
Bernard, all of whom had been
visiting at the Venator home for
a month or more. They left
yesterday morning for Lakeview,
their home, C. M, Faulkner tak
ing thorn over in his car. A.
Venator accompanied the party
You're going to Tonawama.
Wheat for sale, -G. W. Clev
enger. Q. A. Stoneman was in town
R. H. Brown was in town a
few days this week.
Walter Cross was down from
his Trout Creek home yesterday.
All millinery at greatly reduc
ed prices at Clingan's Millinery
F. M. Kight of the Prairie
Burns Stage Co. was in the city
this week looking after business,
Walter Sullivan and wife and
Miss Mamie Winters came down
from Myrtle Park last Saturday
after a delightful camping trip
of several days. Walter shot one
deer and the ladies caught fish.
To those interested we are
pleased to announce that we are
restocking in Edison phonograph
goods. We have just received a
large shipment.of Blue Amberal
Records. All wax records re
duced in price. Lunaburg. Dal
ton & Co.
Mrs. Fred Clingan and her
little son took their departure
Thursday morning for Portland
where she goes to personally se
lect her fall milinery. During
the time she is in Portland the
little son will visit his grand
mother Clingan at Springfield.
Tobacco and Cigar Salesmen
wanted to Advertise. Experien
ce unnecessary. $100 monthty
and traveling expenses. Adver
tise Smoking. Chewing Tobacco,
Cigarettes. Cigars. Send 2 cent
stamp for full particulars.
HEMET TOBACCO CO.,
36-4 New York. N. Y.
'..,. II,,..,,,... . II C M..... I...I l
IM iiuunci, , t o muinuui
of this state, arrived here from
his home in Umatilla county the
fore part of this week. Mr.
HousVr has been making tris
here each summer for several
years to buy stock to feed during
the winter period. He has big
alfalfa fields near Echo and finds
it more profitable to buy slock
and feed than to dispose of his
at A. Carlelon, the Govern
ment cerealist, arrived here last
week but too late to. participate
in the "Round-up" at the Ex
periment Station. Mr. Carleton
spends a good portion of his time
visiting various points of the
United States in his official capa
city and he states that no other
section shows better results of
farming, than this Valley. Ik
was very much pleased with con
ditions at the Station and aston
ished at the fine crops he found
in this vicinity along the streams.
Features and comedy pictures
at Tonawama tomorrow night.
ADMIHSION 10 AND IS CENTS
Dance after the pictures tonight 75c.
FOUR REEL PROGRAM
Usual Prices, 15 & 25c.
Usual Four-Reel Prices
15 and 25 Cento
wial (ilfltc a
III,' In lliln
Katlmatf furnished on ap
plication. Sample shown.
GIVE HIM A CHANCE
Httwmntmwnmu) mumuuui utran
FIGURE IT OUT.
BECOME A PROPERTY HOLDER.
Loli valued from $25.00 upward. Lo
cated in the heart of California the
groat rriorl cantar near San Franciaco.
In order to advvrtiae directly, we will
give deed and title to one of our 25
100 fool lota to a limited number of per
aona lending ua the exact aolution of the
PROBLEM: Fill in the muting num
ber now represented by daahee, ao
that the turn, of each column will be 15
each way; that is horizontally, vertical
ly, and diagonally.
Addr.aa repliea to Central Building A
Financing Co., 723 Chamber of Com
merce HI. Ik . Portland, Oregon.
GOOD YOUNG HORSES
For Sale or Trade
Will take Land, Fence Posts
Anything von have In trade
B. F. JOHNSON, Agent
Oregon & Western Colonization Co
Dalln Tumor was in town this
Rolled burley, wheat and oats
for sale at market priceH. W. A.
Goodman's feed yard.
There is going- to he a picnic at
the Frank Whitting- mountain
Marcs and Gelding'H for sale or
trade for cattle. Address or
phone Lee Caldwell.
Frank Johnson of the Oregon
& Western Colonization Co.
made a trip to Juntura Tuesday,
returning home Thursday. He
took a party of land buyers out
that had been looking for invest
ments, members having purchas
ed a section of the company land.
Mr. Johnson said he could get no
definite railroad news while out
there. He didn't go up to River
side, although the road had been
completed to that point but no
regular trains had started run
ning on the line west from Jun
tura. Free Canadian Humeateada.
Why pay $60.00 to be located.
We give you full information
where the best lands are in
Western Canada and British
Columbia that are close to rail
road and town; name of guide on
the ground; full directions to get
maps and plat Is free; how to
get homeseekers tickets every
thing you need to know and lo
cate yourself, all for $3.00.
Remit amount by P, 0. order
and we will send you the com
plete information at once. The
Canadian Homestead Company,
73.6th St., Portland, Oregon.
For reference: The Farm Maga-
IN TBI OtaOVIt COURT Of THK
STATU Or' ORKOON KB HAR
Muili- A. Kolilnoiler. 1'laintiir,
Ail.ini A. Iliililaiidcr, Defendant.
In A. lam A. Ilolilaoiler, defiliilant
IN THK NAMK OK TIIK 8TATK
OK OltEOON, yon am hereby required
to appear and unnwer totho complaint
in Ilia above tmlilled auit within all
weeka f nun Hie (late .l the Hi tt pnliliea
ti in ( I liia mimiiiona, and it you ao fail
to aimwur, for want thereof, the Plain
tiff all) apply to the court for Hie relief
prayed for In her complaint, to-wit,
Kirat : That the bouda of matrimony
now minting hetween l'lainlltr end do
leiiilmiL be dUtiolved and that l'laiutill
have a divorce abeolutr ,
Secend: J lint plaintiff have the rare,
i-iihIimIv and control of the minor child,
Beatrice llohlander ;
Third : That I'Uinlil) have judgment
tM her coatM and dinhuraeinenta herein,
and for atich other and further relief M
to eipiity hi. iv jM-itniii
Thin miiuwoiih In publlebed in The
Timet Herald, n weekly new.paper pnh
hh.il and of grueral circulation In
iluruey County, Oregon, by order of the
Honorable i Irani Tboupnon, Judge ol
the County Court for Harney County,
Oregon, duly made on the 1Mb day of
Augwnt, lull, which euid order directed
that t Inn luminoni be publiahed for a
period of lix wmikn.
The Brat publication of thia nummoni
in niHile on Augnat It, lull.
J. W. IIHXIS,
Attorney for I'lninlill
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNlTKIl HTATKS l.ANll OKKK.'K,
liuriia. On-null, July IT, in i
Nut leu In lioieliy at vein that iieorgp HrynliiK.
oi i.Hwn, Oregon, whu uu Aukuii, mi. iwii,
I. ll urn Hi ml Knli v. Nil. Uf0. liirHK'jBve-
11. ,n .'.I, l.iwiillli UH ,l(llgn I.", K.. Willamette
Miii.n.i'i, linn flleit unlTrn ui intention 10
moke llnnl iliii-i- yi-ni jiniot, to nltillti i-lnlm
tu the liunl Mtiove ilt'Ni I IIhsiI, hullire Kpglltcr
nail Itiii-ulvur, at Burin, (irngun, uu ilie 4tli
limy ol Si i.tniiilier, lull
ci, uu mm unuiea aa wltnuaaea
i id I' I num. Arthur A. Mauiuiura, Arthur H
w h n ii. a ill, i. i Itavcraft, all ol Lawan,
Wu. l-AHiir. Hii.-lat.-i
NOTICE 0B PUBLICATION.
UNITKU MTATIs I.AMU Orricft
hut i.i, On-nuii, AUKUMt 17, in I
Nol leu Is hrrrbjf kjl vtn dial UeorgV 1. Colt- Oj
llAi'tlu.aii.liH'Kui!, wliti, on Oct. 1, .VOW, luailt'
II urn fit -to. tn try No.U.anf fiirNK. HoWlon ,
lnvYlinlil M lt lUllgO :U K .. VIIImiiiu1U
Moi l.lltui, 1 1 a tl icil iioiun of I li It- ii tin 11 in ma k u
Final tli rut- i in I'ii ui, tuuilablUli aim tut be
lil ml tbovt tlwacolttnl, itnft.i i Kg liter and
Hoccofi, at Hunis, Oiiguii, tin ( In- '-'.'Mli lay ui
( luliiiitnl iiaini'i us s liiHsKt
Frank M. Miller, KllsaU-tli Mbbllrtun . r.
lltniH r tt iiuiau , Harry J. .loltlmk, all of liar
I Milan . uiryoii
Wm Fahmm. KeaUter.
NOTICB FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITKll HTAittS I.ANU 0?f0 (
Hums, Oirgoil, Aiiausl I, 1WU I
Nut ire la hereby glvau iliat Kllaabutli Mui
.lirti.ii . ot' llarrlmau, Oreguo, who, on a-ptiun
bar W, liahi. uiaile Honustuatl I- nlry , No. tWHWM"
lur l.uts tf.il.d auilti. Seillon 4, Tuwnkiliili U ,
itanao iti Fast, WlUaiuettu Mnbllau, has
tllc'l iioUeo of luluntluu tu make final thra
year ifouf,0 ualabllah tlaim tu the laud
hImiw ilrttTlfetl, iM-di-re tbu Itealater ami Ho
celver at Duma, orogno, uu lue attlh day ol
Henteinlirr. 1 n 1 4 . ,
I' ft n an MtaTM La mo or n .r
Hiuns. oii-ffoii, AuKet UU II4
To Hail-art o. Mnagrova, of l.awen, Oregon,
Yuu are hareby iiutlfitl that John K Mac
Alpine, who glvaa I -a (.ramie, Oregon. M hla
IHlreiM, -IHl nil AOlfllMl Will JVM,
a Ins (hi I y rorrohoratefl aupllt a
linn t i unit at mix see ii 1 1 tiiH taut fllathin ol
vour lluinealeail Fnirjr, No, Harlal N UN
New Harlal No rjg7Q marta Juoe l.'lli. IWM, for
-'yH't h rlartloa IA, Township .'. Miutli, MSft
44, ICast W 1 1 la ni It i Mri hi is ii, ami arK Mn lulu for
hlBContrj.! htalleKastiiat sabl Ilirberl (1 Mm
sf'ive baa wholly ahariilom.il said entry, that bfl
i i rataliilhtiiil ol it. ii In aim l a n fclilrm i ur
riooli nil-. Imbtova id ih raon, ml hag
abgtulod hlinaelf ami i hana' i ragnJanoa
i lien If ..in f vor aim v I ha ou- ol rn'ry .
Von arc, tbrrftiir. fin (her iiotlflad that tin
ai ui allpgaftyia will ha lakrn .in onfe-eeo
ami your aabl rnliy vt ill Lr siicm. . vtitttniit
futther iIkIm tu lu In anl, either befmo ihla
oft). a or tin apnenl, n ..u i i to fllu In this
oflltu Wllhlli Iwriity 'U)s allrr tlir Fol Itllf
puhllcalloii of thia noth-r, as nIiowd Iwlow,
jour answer, uinhiromth, siriii'lflrally n wpond
Ing t ihrse allnaatl inv ol oniat, togi.ther
vlih ilur priMfl that joii hae arrl u ropy of
y.nir aiiM, rr on the aabl I'oiitrslnnl nt hi r III
prrsiMi oi i ,'iMt ii'il mall.
Vimi ft bull id I ate In ,tir eiiawn tlir BUM "'
Iba poat nttl. i to uhirh M,ii tlealn- fntiite
nodira to be ami to )imi
Wm Farhk, Itrglalt-r.
Hate"! Ilrsl publication Aiiausi 1Mb 114,
Dale of aeioiid ntiblb atlou August ,vn. IVIt
iraionf thlril piiltlH alt. hi AiiiiO ,"nh in i
Date of fourth publlrallon M'ptnul.rr 6th li'll
NOTIOI rOB PDBLI0AT1OM
UNITKIrtTATKH I.AN n oFFM'K.i
Burns, Oregon, Aufiiat ll.lVN.t
Notice Is hereby given that Harvey Lewis
i Litar, of Fife, Oregon, who, on August 1, lvll,
made Jjearrt-Leiiil Kntry. No. uVhVU, for
HV'4NW4, Heclluu n, Townahlii 31 Houtb,
Kauge -.'i Fast, W I llama It a M r I dj an,
has filed notlra of luteutlon to make Final
I'roof, to eatabllah claim to the land ahov de
scribed, before Chas a Hhermao, CD. torn
mlssloiicT, at hts oflli e, at Fife, Oregon, on the
I6tb 'lay f .-.'pifinl.fr. 1'MI
(laiuiaiit uaniei as w Itneaaes
I'aul W niMT, Henrv Street, Wvsley Htrect,
Ed. I'anroae, all of Fife, Oregon
Wm. Ftanr Register
(I6e7j Burns 101 Mat No.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
INITKH HTATES LAND OFFKF.
Hurua, "1'v'ni. July 17, 1104.
Notice ta hetehy given that the Northern
I'aclfle Hallway ( ompaji), whoar poat offlre
addrvaala Ml. Paul. Mlnueaota, has thia .mi.
day of July, "H filed In this odlcu lis applies
tluu to aelecl uuder the provisions of the act of
CuugN'sa. approved Jul. 1, ltua (HU Htat Mi7, AMI
aa ealended by the act of roiigreaa aptirovea
Mb 17. Haw, kNK' Hrrtlon .'.'.. Townal.t p :tj
Huuth, Itange -U hast, W. M.
Serial o U7i
An.i ami all paraona claiming adversely the
lands ill rrlt.nl, ..r desiring lo object because
of the Mlnaial character of the land, ..ram
other reason, to the dlspoaal to applicant,
should Ala their affidavits of protest In this
office,, on or before the vial da of Heptemlier.
Wm. FAhnk. Regialer
(1M1) liurmim. Mat No.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITED HTATKrl LAND OKFICI, (
Hums. Oregon. July 7, Hill I
Not'ce la hereby glveu that the Northern
Pacini Hallway t ompany, whoae poat office
addieaals HI Paul. M I tin -iota has thla.'VHi
day uf July 1UH filed in this office Us applies
UmIi tosrlerl uti-lrr the priMlftlolis )f Hit art
of t'oiiareaa approved July I, iv.i,.ioMwt ':,
tVM) as extendi d by the ad of tiiiittresa spprov
Ml May 17, lta, hW'.HM Hertlon v. Tuwu
ship 31, hnulb. Haugf .i Ksst W M
Harlal No oriUUi
Any and all porans rlalmlng advern-lt the
lands dett rlbed, or doslilna i ..nik'nnii
of the Mineral character..! the laud, or mn
other reason to ttte disposal to applicant
should file tbelr affidavits of pruteel In this
office, uti or before the- .'!( day -.1 MeptcmU r
m. I uh:. Keglater
it Hurua io.-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITKDHTATKH I.ANU oKKIt'K,
Itiiiua, Oregon, July tt, 1914 I
Notice Is hereby gleu that the Northern
Pacific Hallwa) " otnnauy, li"t poet office
addreaa Is HI. taul, Mlnueaota, haathls7th
day of July 19U tiled lu this office Ha appllra
Hun to aalect under the uroxlstunsoi iheact
of roogresa, approved Jul) 1. Imt w Htat. MT7,
rtjuj as siteuded by the Act of t'ongreas ap
proved May 17, luu. HhV4 yiM-tlon IA, Twp.
SjH . L,M Raat. W M.
Aerial No u7l'
Any and all peieons claiming adversely the
lands drsrithrd, or desiring to object UM-atlva
of tba Mineral character of the land, or any
other rrasoti, to the .llnposai to applicant,
should tlir their stTldavlts of proterl In Oil
offlre, oit oi leefioe Hie .'1st da of eept.iut.ti
w m. Fahbr, Kcglster
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IMH.A1I.D nuoT-roiuo land usjjl
DNITKDHTATKH LAND OFfH'R
Hurua ortKon. July . l"ii
Notice la hereby given that, aa directed by
the rommlaalouer ol theOeiieral Land offii t .
ouiier provisions of Act of (. '.ingress approved
June if, 1VHM (34 rilats', M7) pursuant to the ap
plication of i.rlfi. Walker, Herlal No. Dttlo,
we will offer at public salr, lo the highest
bidder, but at uot less thau ta.7i per acre, at
10 o'clock A M, on the "tli da) of Kepteuiher,
l '.Ml. at thia office, On- follow lug tract ..I land:
h ,N.S V Km j,i, I .'. s . H. 34 K. W M.
This t tact la ordered Into market on a show
lug that the greater portion thereof la uiouu
lalnouaor too rough lor cultivation.
Ai) n rsoiia claluilng ad.ersel) the atova
deaerltied laud are advlaed to file tbelr claims.
or ohjecib ns, on or before the time designated
Wu Fur. Keglater,
Ham Motiikmiikao Hrcclver.
Guaranteed 7,500 Milea
Tliaau time hmr tin. grvate t kuuwu
inlleage gugrantue, yet aru milil at a
price oven luaa thau tirua ol nr.lftiary
guarantee. Tliia guarantee covera
puncture., blow-outa it ml griicnil nt'itr.
tluarantoo covt'ra 7,500 iiiiliHJ.acrvK,e
agalnat everything. i vr.'it ubttHe. TbgM
tin n are intended fur muet aevare aer
vice. Ortfara kave bean received for
theee ttraa few tut In United Slates
Aa a Hl'RCIAI. IRTRODUOTOB!
offer, we will allow tlir lollowing priceH
(oa the next ton Uya.
All other aixea. Non-Sklda 'M paj
cent extra ' per cunt dlacouut il pitv
nieut in full uccouipuiiiei urder and if
two are ao oidered, ahiiping charge
will be payed by ua. 1). II. Ih uu U i-i
oout of uuieunt ol order. Our out-pul
la limited, au we tuggeat early ordering
We aell direct only, giving purcliaaer
the advautageof all uiiddleoiau'a pruHlH
line our Ihiiihiih irlitiera, liny eliiitt
natc blow oula and W0 per cent uf punc
ture, beaidua giving many thuuaand
inure mile, aorvice tu rat h tire. When
lu your Urea you ride without worry or
Km aim inch Urea l.l3
Km all alg liiih Urea '."0
Kur all Inch linn - vD.OO
l-'iu ull 4'u Ini'li lirea CJ.Tfi
lor all limli lllW - -tH
For all 6', inch Urea tXOO
$ ".'JO 12.00
io '.'a : no
17.00 a u&
lu mi MS
21.00 1 80
U2.00 i. in
Battles In Business
Are won by men who have at their
command reserve force, that can be
called into line when needed.
An intimate acquaintance at the
Harney County National Bank, bated
on a bank account, would be a great
help in many ways to aid you in mobil
izing your financial resources for suc
cessful business battles.
Harney County National Bank
"Ymmr Hume Institution"
THE WHITE FRONT
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Baled Hay and Grain for Sale at
Market Prices. Good Hay in Stack
The Burns-Yale 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 Our Care.
R. J. McKinnon & Son
BURNS, - OREGON
Implements of all kinds
in steck: Seeders, Plows,
Disc and Drag Harrows.
Binder Twine Barbed Wire
Paints and Oils
Nails, Doors, Windows, Roof
ing, Building Paper
Fishing Tackle, Guns. Ammunition
Tents, Water Bags, Etc.
NEW DISHES, GRANITEWARE
BURNS HARDWARE CO.
NEIL SMITH, Manager
to this place and returns ho;
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