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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1914)
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rhe Largeal Circulation Of Any
tlcwtpaper In Harnry County.
IATURDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1914
IEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
tITED STATES DEPOSITARY
INVITES YOUR BUSINESS
good taxidermist can have ;i
Ifor a few days hy applying at
am rnuay. wei. m, r.i-i,
ir. anil Airs, kov uwyor. a
H. Dewey, who has beef)
i a few weeks visiting liissons
lie Sunset section, has returned
is home in Canton, Illinois.
IE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
MS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
MWO. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
IR $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
In old wood building has been
litted to he placed on corner
the Jenkena saloon was
royed by the recent fire, to
ised bv Mr. Jenkena tempor-
jn't forget that the Cit
taurant has just Deen oeneti
the Cottapre Inn under the
lagement of v. K. Met uia
a chef of 17 years exper
. Meals at all hours.
100 Per Cent
Constantly Increasing clientele
Offering an unexcelled Service
to its Patrons
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000
United States Depositary
ACCOUNTS INVITED !
1'ict ure show I
Scott and Pete Haley were in
the city this week.
We do job printing.
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
INTITES YOUR BUSINESS
Uollcd barley, wheal and oats
for sale at market prices. W. A.
Goodman ' feed yard.
Seed Rye for sale at 8j cents
ptr lb. See John P, Kay 12 miles
south oi icuey on hiiver i reea.
Married Saturday, Oct. 10, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. .luliati
Hyrtl in this city, Neil Smith and
Miss Bertha Murphy, ltev. Dr.
Benson preforming the cere
mony. The wedding was a quint
affair and the young people left
Immediately after the ceremony
lor the mountain home of Mr.
and Mrs. I,ee Thornburg where
vJthey intended spending B lew
Frank (,'lerf and wife came in rtiav
Irs. ncuonnei ana rare, rconn
The Times-Herald to an-
knee that the party for which
had issued invitations has
postponed until a later date
account of the deaths of Dr.
Is and Mrs. W. A. Gowan.
i John Wintermeier was down
from Sih iea yesterday.
J. ( '. Mavis is among our visi
tors from the Van section.
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
INVITES YOUR BUSINESS
John R. Jenkens was over from farmers to bring in their eggs
his Happy Valley home this week direct Beat market prices for
accompanied by his wife and fresh eggs.
Say there's going to be some
good pictures at Tonawama this
Pure bred Holstein bull calf,
HI months old, for sale or will
for a cow. Address box 102
La Wen, Oregon. 411-51.
The City Restaurant wants the
from the Alvord ranch Thursday
for a short visit in this city.
Mrs. Gillenwater Bakery, bread
doughnuts and Rocks always on
hand. All kinds of past ry orders
promptly tilled. I'hone No. 184
For Sale 20,000 lbs. galvan
ized barb-wire. Will exchange
for horses, mules, WBgonfl or
farm machinery. P, 8. Weitteii
hiller. Mrs. Schwartz and Mrs. Brown
have requested The Times-Herald
to say they have postponed their
"500" club party until Saturday,
Mrs. Millar has returned from
her trip outside and has now on
display some unusually line mil
inery at the Schwartz store.
The ladies of the vicinity are in
vited to call and see the latest
creations in that line.
Dr. Carl was called to Callow
the fore part of this week to at e
a Mr. Lemon who was quite ill.
The doctor relieved the patient
and from the nature of his illness
it many be necessary that he be
brought to town for treatment
ater. However, he is unproved.
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 Amberai
Records. All wax records re
duced in price. Lunaburg, I al
ton A ( !o,
ays going later to the home of
the bride's parents for a shell
time before settling down in
their own home in this city.
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. K. Murphy and is
one of the most charming young
ladies of this country. She has
become a general favorite among
a wide circle of friends in this
section. Neil lias resided here
since boyhood, graduated from
the high school and later took a
complete course in electrical en
gineering at the Oregon Agricu
tural College from which institu
tion he graduated with honors
lie is now manager of the Hums
Hardware Co. Both were popu
lar and have a large number of
warm friends who join The
Times-Herald in extending best
wishes. Neil has purchased the
resident property formerly
owned by Mrs. W. T. Hill and
they will immediately take up
their residence there upon re
turning to Hums.
O. A. C. Club Formed.
A number of graduates and
former students of the Oregon
Agricultural College met in this
city Thursday evening and form
ed an O. A. C. club. There was
quite a number present but not
nearly all of the people eligable
to membership who live in this
The Officers elected were:
President, J. ('. Heedy; vice pre-
Invest a little money in having
your flue cleaned it may save
lev. m. tsaira, who na- Deen
ig missionary worn in mis
Intv for some time, arrived
the first of tin
it out yesterday morning for
Catlow section. He is coo-
Ited with the Presbyterian
lomination in this work.
Warried- Tuesday, Oct. 13, in
city, Lloyd J. Bernard and
Kiel Bassett. Justice Patterson
tour home. Call Arthur
art, chimney sweep.
For Sale. Pure bred
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
W. B. Parker and wife and
two children are over from Pais
week and Island Red Cockerels; pen No. 1 ley on a visit with relatives ami
S" NO, 2, 81.50. J. H. Kith- also io iook auer some uu.iint--.-w
ner, Buchanan, Oregon. 41. interests.
Piano Pupils accepted Begin- The Times-Herald is informed
nets or advanced pupils solicited. ' the foot ball team of the Harney
Studio at J. M. Dalton home County High School will goto
Friday and Saturdav J. Fellows Prairie City to play a game aganst
Married Tuesday, Oct 13, In Bident, Frances Clark; secretary,
this city. II . Banta and Carrie Mildred Wilson; treasurer, Neil
Kreutzer. Justice Patterson per- Smith.
forming the ceremony. The young It is the intention to hold re
people are residents of the Lnwcn nular meeting every two months
section and will make there home during the school year, which
there. The Times-Herald wishes will be social in character to a
large extent but the members
will urge tin-advantages of their
them a happy and prosperous life.
fobacCO and Cigar Salesmen
Awanted to Advertise. Experien
ce unnecessary. $1hi monthty
and traveling expenses. Adver
tise Smoking. Chewing Tobacco,
Cigarettes. Cigars. Send 2 cent
stamp for full particulars.
II KM FT TOBACCO CO.,
:tf,-. New York. N. V.
school to those who contemplate
a college course after finishing
the schools of this county. There
' are a large number of former O.
A. C, graduates and students in
this county and this organization
1 should be an active one.
.1. H. Wenandy, of Bend is in
forming the ceremony, These the city. Mr. Wenandy has lour
King people reside in southern been connected with the trans
St of the county and will make p irtation business between this
Ere home near Fields. The : place and Bend and ha many
les-Herald is not acquainted acquaintances in mis seeuon.
;h them but nevertheless de- For Sale first grade fall rye at
s to extend its best wishes. the Fmbree place in Sunset.
r b Rlmm, n,1 uife have , Price 2 cents per pound il.i-lil.l-
Inu t,, H;.rrim:m to take eharie lnK sat Ks.
the colony house recently
Beted by the Oregon & West-
Colonization Co. They have
Potatoes '' cents per
pound. Clyde Fmbree,
Dr. Win. Morse, of Wasco
eady had a large esown of been lien for several days on a greet them.
the team there next Saturday
Oct. 24. The boys have been
doing some practice work and
hope to be in good shape by that
"Dick" DeArmond and wife
were over from their Malheur
county home this week, the for
mer having been summoned here
as a witness in a case before the
circuit court, and Mrs. DeArmond
came along to visit with her many
friends in the city. Their ac-
tas quaJntances were pleased to
Statement ol Uwnenhip
1 1 -i , i . 1 1 1 . ii i '., in ft'iiin
Management, etc of The Times
Herald, published weekly, at
Burns, Oregon, required by the
Ad of August 24, 1912.
Fditor, managing editor, busi-
his home at Diamond Saturday.
He has not been in for sometime
therefore his many old time
friends were clad to greet him.
Henry has not been bothered w ith
,,,,,. , , , i ness manager
,ii. 1 ' . , i 1 ; . . . . i i ' i i . i i , i , i ill,,, i ( ,. , - - . .
.inn an t . nyni, nurns, wri'Kuii-
K nown bondholders, m or t
gagees. and other security hold
ers, holding 1 per cent or more
Christian Scientists will bold ,- ,,,,., Iim()Ut of bonds, mort
there services at the Presbyter- I gages, or Other securities: None,
ian Church, Sundays at '.I o'clock ' Julian C. Byrd.
Wednesdays at 7::!0 p. m. Sun
.ago anil is riding the same mule
that was responsible for the hurt
and swears by him.
kests and according to the of- hunting trip and to visit his friend
fcers of the company they will Dr. Griffith, the young man being
kept busy looking after the a classmate of the latter in med
ical school. Dr. Morse is having
some great sport at the lakes.
MTifort of people for as long as
fce weather will permit this fall.
JUST A GENTLE REMINDER
That our patrons, all of whom
WEAR THE BEST SHOES,
j 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 witli the
est Line Of Shoes
which the largest shoe house
in Chicago can turn out
we are able to do so
trial will convince
That is all we ask
General Merchandise -
laaortlc Building;, - - Burns, Oregon
Rev. ii. C. Carter and wife and Hotel
their daughter, of Hesper, Iowa
arrived here the first of this
week and will make their home
in this city with their daughter,
Mrs. W. L Hlott. Mr. Carter
is not enjoying good health and
Mr. and Mrs. Hlott determined
the family should come antl take
up their residence here that they
might look after the father and
mother, both of whom are quite
old. The new addition to the
residence is fast hearing comple
tion and they are going to have
one of the modem antl comforta
ble homes of this city.
A social has been arranged for
the young people of Hums at the
Presbyterian church next Wed
nesday evening, Oct. 21, from
8:80 to 10:.'(). The entertainment
is for the high school antl all
young people of the town over 14
years of age. ( luests are requested
to come dressed as children as the
program of the evening is of the
character that requires dress of
that nature. Please comply with
this retpiest as it will adti materi
ally to the enjoyment of the oc
casion to have all present par
ticipate, .lack McOuire, one of the pop
ular young men of this section
int t with a very painful accident
yesterday afternoon and as a
result is in the Cummins hospital.
He was preparing to come t town
from the Silver Creek country to
the dance and basket social given
by the high school boys when his
horse bucked with him falling
among the rocks and the young
man was either kicked by the
animal or not but his jaws were
broken on each side. Doctor
Griffith was called and the patient
is doing very well. Jack is a very
jovial young man who makes the
best of things and while there is
no doubt he is suffering much
day School at 1:80 p. m. Read
ing Room at Miss Mt'Kellie's
house. 1st door north id' Summit
Wednesdays and Satur
days 2 to l p. m. Everybody
Sworn tt) ami subscribed be
fore me this 17th day of October,
C. B. IfcCONNBLL,
James D. Fellows arrived here
last week from the Deschutes
section antl will take up his resi
dence in this Valley permanent ly.
NoTICF FOR PUBLICATION.
IINITKl) BTATM LAND iiH'H.'K
Mill UN lll.'Kllll, Si'lll'tUT 9, I'lll.
Kullra Ii lu i. i. glvall tii.i tt.ltii II. IIii.iut.
of llui II.. I liruuii. In,. Oil l)H. .'. .'In nii.l 1 1 , . ,-
Mr I'Vllnws hnfl decided In lake 4, IM'i, nuiMtiilvnli " llumaatead KntrlM
., . . i iii i s.. im-u n.ll.i. tin .','. hii.I W'.SK1. mill
pupils in music ami will spend a kvks, niiiuu . Tomiiinp a.,Voi ai
iw,rli,,ii nt hw lima In thw nlfv S., WllUrantlu Hi r..liu i,. nii-,1 apUot) "l
portion ol nis nine in uus tny , ,,,,.,,, , ,, ,,,. n,,.. thrta .'r Prool, lo
tlevotetl to that work, lie has j .-t.u-t. .uim .. th.. i.i .jh.,,, .i.-.,r.i-,i
. . . . . I., Ii.lr l:.,'-l. I .1I..I ll.i llVlll.Hl liiill.n, I'M ,:..l.
also been engaged as organist at imiim m ii ol ontober, Ii4
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Llie Ul.lll.l .-iei M.,-.-, ,11 UIC UUIUB. rt ( I ,. II Ii hi,,..,, I-
antl rreshvtel'ian churches winch hl ' mlr. nil "i Burni.Ofegoi
insures some line music for the
congregation during the coming
m FAlBRi IIi-i'IkIii
KOTICIC FOR PUBLICATION.
Eastern Star Entertains
Grand Worthy Matron. ' m
Grand Worthy Matron Nellie
McGowan, of the Fasiern Star
of this state, paid an official visit
to the local Chapter last night
and was greeted by a large num
bers who spent a very pleasant
session with her. The Grand
Matron lives at Me.lfoitl and
came in by way of Band, arriving
late therefore no formal arrangt -mollis
were made as il was not
certain she would be able to
Uefreshcnients were served
after the Chapter work bad been
completed and the Grand Matron
complimented the members on
I mim.miaih. LAMB OFPICBj I
liiiniH, nri'Kuit, ihIht -.', lull.
Null. I, rii' Li uivuii Hint CImuiIi- I A II Hi. II,
ill Nirrowi, Oregon, who, on April . iimuoikI
Mitll ll I.'. ...'. Ii'dlii'il I Vi'lv, UiH'lr UniiMBl, ml
iMilrli'H.Nii.iillV'i I..!,;;., .in HK4, fetor. 7; K'Sl1,
. li I '..,. Sr, Hull U. I'OWlllll.ll .'T
Kun .11 K H iii. .. M, ,1,1 1 1. ii Uh III"!
liutlr,' ul I'lti'iitluli to in k e (lull tlili'i- inn
prool. in Hiiiiii.nii iIhiiii to th, iiiini iii da
hi 1 1 iit-,1 Itafora !. , iiml RaMlvar, i tiurm.
in, nun. mi i in' on ii ilii ol Novambar, lull
Clillliilllit IlltlllOfe 111 wltlll'Mi-l,
A w. illinium. II. H i.nnlili 1,1, s.,v.
ii h.I nl NiiiniHi.or, ttoli. Will I'ttWri-tl
ol iiiirua, Oregon.
NoTH'lv FOR PUBLIOATION
I I I I I- I v I I I .Nl, III I Ii I f
UUrill. Olt'KOII, S,-,l,-llll'l 17, lt)M (
I Siilni- ll lirn-liy in. ii Mini M ,i ,'11 1 r, Kgll,
Uilgni'e ul Mn ill.- Mill. i. nl nun), Oragnn.
Who, ,,n IiIiiiihiv l. imi'.i. uiaila I "in I. ami
Klllr) No lll.ll'. I,il Ml'l,Ni,, NK'W',,!!1,
I , l',MK', Hati l.l. Nl.'.NK', Hop '.'l.l' .'i.
H K I It., mill N'iNW',. ni'i'lloli IV, Town.
hill .'ii S.. linn,;. ., I , Mlllii tit' Mill
illiili. Inn. Ilad lliilli i nl lllli'lltliill to llluki'
' lllltl. priMlf, tO I'll II III Illl I'IhIIII In llll' iKIIll HllllM-
il. ,ii iinii. .I... i . . , i h. i iiini i .'iii. i hi
Hiirna, oiuduii, mi ilii' .'-'nil .Iwy nl orloln r
ellllllllllll llllllll'l HH WllllVIHl'H
NMIIniiii l.n . . H i Iihh w i ..in. .'in, Ailtoin-
I'lll, v.i-.iil I- inn III nl llll.l , "I'i'iili
V M. I'lllllK. Hi inn i
A nKivt'inriit ia on fool to cut off thr Drewary avcliun of Harney
(Hint v hihI tnkn il into tht propoac J ni'w county of Davit. An n
nmiiiulHii) o. tin-4 i.ui.iv t. null. i. v. uI the fact that the section to
Ii- ul off paya almut oih I w i.tlth of the taxes.
About onr-ir vrnth of the running fxpenaet of the county are ex
pfiidril in that an lion. At a matter of dollars and cents it would
pay Harney tounly tax payers to allow llirni to secede.
It is a yreut inconvenience for the residents of the Drewsey sac
tion lo coine to litis na for citunty seat purposes and if they desire to
set up n county organisation and handle the same, they should be
allowed to do so In justice to the residents of Drewsey and as a
matter of staving Harney county tax payer several thousand dollars a
year in running expenses.
VOTE YES ON COUNTY DIVISION - Paid adv.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITKH HTMRN IAM'oHHI,
Hums, OfBfjon , Ol tober. f. 191 1
Notlrjfl libervby sHrtn that itnnett Flsohei
Ot I'lhu-i'loli , OrMOII, W ho. li Md'iihl l'i, I'dM
ins'lr Homtfiesd Kntry, No 049MB, for NKV
jfciinti :t, Tiiwiaiiip an hiimiIi, k hh i
II Ih lit' Met III him, him hi. .1 lint In of I ft If It
Hun tu mi. i i' iinni three m proof. toeitahMih
.int m tu tin-in ml sbtive den nbeil.befon t:- , "
ti't i.ii'l Him civil, nl Himin, I i OH I In
Hill rJHW nl Niivrinl.il 9I I
i In I in mi 1 ii ii tin n n k w 11 DIIHI
'iM..ii- HllsniP.of Princeton, Ore ion W III
I Hilt J '.I nl , W m t-r I y OrogUtl I'nv i I U i lluinu
i Mia.- if i-i v i.'itiiur PrTripoion.'irtgon
W kl i 4 f I I Itl'lfl -)
NOTIClt KOU PUBLICATION.
Mil I UH. I. A Nh"
I'NI I KM I A'l IS I, A Mi ' l I II I
i.iiitt'v lew, iftvgon, He pie m ber itb uh
Niiiici- la iMtrwiy g van thai itui.iiiit Hocne,
M i in, in. ttfaoon N"S be i .'uh, lulu
innde Homeiiaad Kntrr, in Miw, foi nnk1,
ir 17 M '4; WiiSI.1,, nei-lloii h . Tuwiihii 1 1' 'I
uii1li It in.''.::! as sl, Willamette Meridian, net
iiini f lots nt Ion iii make final Ihrou
I prool -in hi inh claim lo Ini Ih.i'I mImivi
aeai Mhod, in' i lom ihorman, U.M on
nlisionei hi rid', DregoD, oo (ha UOlh da) ol
c mi in nut nn iui' ii rt witnoeeei
i . t Iti-yiiulitH, nl Mkiiiih, Oregon Hln'ili t
Balfour, Joe Htreet, Wealey Mtreot, all ol fu
o i agon
Jam I Hi it'iK'N, KeitlHti r
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION,
UHITID HTATI l Nl nl ll Rj
lltiriiH, OragOUi !( inl.tr a, I'll 1 I
Nntlra Is barabf givan thai iuy c BaokHn
ui Hat a ! v . Uregon who on June a, 1910 aud
Nuv , I'M. i, reanactivah intch- ii-mn. -.i
Kutrlea, No. lHfUfu-0iu7f), im HW'i, nee M and
HKU, Hectlon Wl, '! nalilp 88 H, i:niir. i
w lllametla Mi-rhllHii, haa hlc I uollt of IiiIimi
till M to make HhhI ibfee i fnr Proof. lotslabliali
olalm to the land abovadeacrlbed, before K,
I'liiiiiih, u. m. Uommlaalober, hi hifuit ii
bat klay, Oregon, on tin' Bath i h y ol Ut i , rtu
i iiiiniHiit natnei nn wtitnaaaei
Uao, Joiinsiuii, Kui. t i.. Koooti, Pranola I
Clayton, lllraan u layi Mil ol Hack ley,
Wh, Vaihsi. Ki'iclsti'i
NOTICK FOK PUBLICATION
I' Nil I'D BT 't KH I A NIK) I Kll'K I
Hiirna. Oregon, Mrterjibaf i , 191 1 i
Suit 1 1' in berebv loa thai Jefamlab iiiiiuu.
ul tin M iniMii, (ii't.un, who, uii No, . ::, 1907 hiuI
Ann. ih, 1911, reaptctlvaly made llomeaiead
hntry Nu 9810 aerial No. DM1 1 hiuI No, o-.-if
for hK'4. Hoc ) sml HUHU, Kertlon 17. I nw u
ahip . Miuib, Ranga ii Kst, K'lliametia Her
I'luii, Iim iiii 'i notloa f Intention to nakt
riuxi ii . . . i proof, io aatabltab claim
to tin ihikI abore dcmcrlberl, bofora Register
lid Ki-i'i-ivf r, at borna.Oregon, oatha vui da)
ul (H-iolii-r MM
i ininiHfii iihiih-s nn wltneaaaai
N i- Blddla J. I'm. hi both or tu rlman,
Orefun Harry Cary and i iHnk attaraoo bolb
oi uawao, - iraajon.
va m. i amhk. Reglatar.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
UNI I ID BTATB9 LAND OPPICl .
burns, Oregon, ootoboi .', i-m
Notloa in btraby given thai aflltont bevaliar
oi Andrew a, Oregon, alio, on April 10 1909, i
oiade Homaataad Rntry. No QBOOt, foi nw'.
Bat lion .''. Tuwnablp ' B , Hangen i , w uihim
atte Meridian si ti u-.i notice ol Inien
dun tu ii aki hiim iii. yi.n proof, to eatabllah
i-imimi tu the bind abovs deacrlbad, befora
tlo. A -ni it., Jr . c H Consmlaalonei .ii.f
"tli.-i lit ll-lli' 'I , ' 'll fc-'N tl- till' 'th lo lit
No rem bar, vm
i int in hi t nanus Ha u Itneaaeai
Jacob rbomaen.i tiaa rurner, laldoraOlraud
hiuI Pan u la i Bmytb. nil of Andrewa, Oregon,
Wk i ti'i'i , Heglater,
NOTICK KOU PUBLICATION
fM l KM -! ATKN LANDOl P1UK.I
Mn r tie. i iregon, aoptenuor i", 1914.1
Noli., la norobf ftvenUial John i.Healty,
oi Lawen, iireson. a bo, on Uarcfa ..', ivii,
iiiii'i.- ti maatead Rntry, No 06917, fir -w.
Beet I o ii -". Townablp -'i Mouth, Kenee
.:,K, M'lllametti Meridian, in Bled notice
ul intenllou to maka tii m throe enr proof, to
aalabllata rlalm to Lbs IhihI a bo re doacrlbed.
i- lore Kegtatei and Kocelvar, hi Burna, Ora
g4ih, on tin- Jfilh day of October, in
iHiiiutnt nameaal wltnaaaoa
Mn nil Hand, of Lawan, Oregon Ralph
( atteraon, ol Venator Oregon, hyoo nedin and
John k Uufl, both oi La wen, Oregon
m i Ahkt Reglatei
laMj tin r lie So Ih) ft i imi I Ul So
NOTICK FOK PUBLICATION
I'MIl l'-ltllihMi'llln I
hiirna, en gon, fcuguei Hath iut4
Notloa m befoul glran tnal lbs Northern
I'm. iiu Railway torn pan, whuaa oel uffloa
wldreaa la W Paul, Mlnneaota, has this lath
ile) of a uk unt lot, Bled In ih is oflh a I la hiiii
t at inn to eeleel under the provlatona of tbi m t
of Congreaa, approved atolj I, leea (30 niata -.
B'ioi.aaeiiended b) i tu- Aci ul ongreaa appro i
. .1 May 17, ISO
hW .oi Nl ', s,,- , rt, mt ii . Ranga
Berlal s. ornui
a in a io I nil pe room i uiinitiK sdveraal) the
iiiiiiin iit'Ni rit.i'it, or daalrlog lo object bet ausa
ui ihi- Mineral ona ti i ol the land 4ir eu)
other raaaon, to tin ,iiaunHi lu applicant,
should file Ibeli HftiiUviia ol proteel In thir
urtii i , on oi befora I ha i ift i) ol Uclober,
vi pj aba, Roglater
l&6j liiinia H" I -i No.
NOTICK P0R PUBLICATION.
ISII D -I Ml - I AMDOPPK R.
n tu us, Oregon, Aognat -s. I9H I
Notice in borob given that tin Northern
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Get In Tune With Success
Banks and successful people are al
ways well acquainted. The reason is
When you use Harney County Nation
al service, you have a new means for
advancing your interests by your own
ability. You also increase our oppor
tunities for serving you in more ways.
A degree of success may now be
yours, but your avenue of approach to
greater success lies through the door of
Harney County National Bank
"Your Home Institution"
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
THE WHITE FRONT
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Haled Hay and (.rain for Sale at
Market Prices. Good Hay in Stark
The Burns-Vale Stage Line
I'lusi- ConncftionH Made With Trains Kant,
at Im. Hi Juntura and Vale. Careful Atten
tion and Prompt Delivery of Express and
Freight Kntrusted tu Our Care.
R. J. McKinnon & Son
BURNS, - OREGON
Implements of all kinds
in steck: Seeders. Plows.
Disc and Drag Harrows.
Binder Twine Barbed Wire
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Fishing Tackle, Guns, Ammunition
Tents, Water Bags, Etc.
NEW DISHES, GRANITEWARE
BURNS HARDWARE CO.
NEIL SMITH, Manager
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