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'H The Lrgt Circulation Of Any
Newtpaper In Harney County,
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1912
Cleaning and Pressing neatly
done by Schenk & Williams.
Second hand saddles of all
kinds at Shelley's Shop, $12 and
Mrs. lone Whiting left WednesN
day morning for the coast where
she will remain for a time.
Rooms to lot, furnished or un
furnished. See Mrs. E. F. Ro
berts at the White Restaurant.
Wm. Dunn and wife were up
from their homo Tuesday in the
auto.returning Wednesday morn
ing. Piano for sale or trade for cat
tle or good gentle work horses.
Inquire of W. W. Drinkwater, of
Fred Clingan and family have
gone to Heppner where they will
visit with relatives and friends
for a time.
In order to meet the price of
Flour hauled in from the R. R.
the Burns- Flour Milling Co have
reduced flour to $7.00 bbl.
J. 0. Bunyard was in the city
from his Cow creek home the
first of this week attending to
The Cottage Inn serves an ex
cellent chicken dinner for 85c
every Sunday afternoon from
5:30 to 7:00.
H. J. Jokisch, principal of our
high school, was in from his
farm during the week looking
after business matters. He was
also looking for a house to
rent for the school year.
Ice Time Is your ice box
ready? Delivery begins Monday
you can have ice every day if
you want it See the driver or
phone Harry, C. Smith, prop, the
Burns Ice Co. 29tf.
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BANK ll BURNS, ORE.
Ralph Bain was down from
Harney Tuesday night to get
some dental work done. He has
recently been appointed post
master and the only time lie can
get away from the office is at
The three children of George
Buchanan were in from their
home this week to take in the
theatre and visit friends. They
enjoyed the performances of the
Le Moyne Stock Co., at Tona
wama for a coupie of nights, re
turning home yesterday.
F. W. Woolley, representing
the Pacific Hardware" Co. of Port
land was in the city yesterday
calling upon the trade. This is
his first trip to this territory,
although he has been with the
house for a number of years, and
he is most favorably impressed
with the magnitude of Harney
Valley and its possibilities. He
had no conception of the bigness
of this country and says he is
sure that none who have not vis
ited us realize the great resources
lf this section.
Everything for haying
Fred Otley was up fror
Lawcn home yesterday.
. Geo Hall was in from his home
near Voltage during the week.
Florsheim Shoes are the best
we carry them.
Schenk & Williams.
You should inspect the fine as
sortment of Wall Paper at Luna
burg, Dalton & Co's.
'"W. W. Drinkwater and family
have gone to Logan valley to
camp for a few weeks during the
Rough and dressed lumber of
all kinds now on hand at the
Williams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough
lumber S15 per thousand.
Peter Christensen of Lawen
and Fred Hereth of Narrows
each were granted naturalization
papers by Judge Biggs this week,
Stiuyed Light bay work
mare branded 2-1 connected on
left stifle, weighs about 1300.
Liberal reward. J. H. Bunyard,
No Tkesi'ASSING Trespassers
will be prosecuted if found on
my premises known as the
"Miller Springs" or Lewis place
west of Bums.-W. E. Huston.
Buy it now. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarroea
Remedy is almost certain to be
needed before the summer is
over, uuy it now ana ue pre
pared for such an emergency.
For sale by all dealers.
, . i Alva Springer
",s this week.
was in town
For Hot Weather Wear
Why not be comfortable (luring the Hummer whou it
costs no more? You know the reputation of our
store for giving value. You know that for every
dollar you leave with us you got a dollars worth of
service and satisfaction. That means something!
Underwear and Hosiery
prices. Holeproof hosiery
For men (5 pairs for $l.fi0
All Styles all sizes al
guaranteed six monllis.
0 pairs for '2.0U
For Women (J pairs $2.00. Six pairs for $U.OO
For Tho Children 0 pairs for $L00
Poros Knit Underwear For Gentlemen
Shirts and Nifty Neckwear
Just received a shipment of new, nobby shirts and
ties which will please you. Our last shipment direct
from tho factory has just been unpacked for your ap
proval. Latest styles, shades'and patterns.
Select Line of Shoes
Any style, shape or size. If you are going to get a
pair, don't fail to see whut WF have to offer you.
When in town, come around, and visit with us.
flasonlc Building, -
H. F. Huntley is in the city
from Valley View.
Fresh homo made lard 17c. at
Hansen's Meat Market.
Graham Flour re
by Burns Mer-
Deputy Clerk Irving Miller is
absent in Portland to have his
C. V. Reed, Bert Porter and
M. J. Nash were among those
up from Senset yesterdny.
Try a 35c chicken dinner from
5:30 to 7:00 p. m. every Sunday,
at the Cottage Inn.
M. L. Lewis took his depar
ture Thursday for California
where ho will join his family.
Mrs. Curtis Smith expects to
go to Canyon City next week to
visit for a time with relatives.
Recollections of the quality of
Welcome's Harness and Saddles
remain long after the price is
'Some light showers during the
week have been quite beneficial
to growing grain and gardens
but has delayed hnying some
what The man who said that I
Btepped into a saloon the other
night after .council meeting and
told the proprietor he could throw
her wide open, is a liar. G. W.
Judge Grant Thompson is in
to attend an adjourned term of
county court. The m a 1 1 o r of
adding an agricultural course to
tho high school will be taken up
today by that body.
'G. O. Hendricks and daughter,
Miss Lilian, were up from Lawen
Monday. Miss Lilian is plann
ing a course in the hospital in
Portland and will fit herself for
a professional nurse.
II. A. Denman nnd wife were
up from tho Harriman section
the first of this week. Mr. Den
man rc(cntly returned from Iowa
where he had Bpent somo time
visiting with relatives and friends
and surprised his friends horo by
bringing a wife homo with him.
J. B. Bnlcomb, J. O. Alberson
nnd Emory Hill wero business
visitors from tho Alberson sec
tion during tho week. Mr. Bal
comb informs us that tho P. L.
S. Co. has enjoined his irriga
tion company nnd stopped work
until matters can be settled in
President John D. Daly of tho
First National Bank arrived hero
from Boiso yesterday evening.
Ho will remain only a short time
looking after business and visit
ing his many friends. Mrs. Daly
was hero for a fow days but has
returned to Drewsey where hIio
is visiting her mother.
Dr. F. II. Ingram, Chiroprac
tor, recently of Portland, is at
the French hotel. Ho expects
to locate permanently in this city
and comes with good recommen
dations. This method of prac
tice has done wonders in recent
years and Dr. Ingram makes n
Thoa. Bain was In tho city
Water bags IK) cents each at .1.
C. Wolcomo & Son's.
Somo choice bargnins in second
hand saddles nt Shelley's.
Burns Flour $1.75 sack. $7.00
bbl. Sold by Bums Merchants.
J. 13. Sizcmoro nnd Mrs. Otus
Sizcmorc aro over from their
Vnrm Springs home.
Wo have everything carried In
n first class up to dato Harness
shop. J. C. Welcome & Son.
J. C. Turnoy was a passenger
out on ono of tho nutos Wednes
day morning en routo to Port
land. "Grant Belshaw, tho old time
fruit man has been over from Mt
Vernon this week with a fino lot
C. F. McKinney, SamMothers
hcad nnd J. M. Dalton spent
several days fishing on Myrtle
creek this week and report very
Mrs. W. E. Huston nnd son
Taylor are homo from un extend
ed visit with homo folks in Mnr
ion county. They hnd a very
Those elegant moth proof
chests nt Clovcngcr's aro just
what you nro looking for. They
are the best piece of furniture
you could invest in.
J. B. Balcomb informs us ho is
at present taking stream meas
urements for tho government
over in tho Steen Mountain sec
tion nnd south of Hint point.
Ben Brown has gone to rail
road points, enst of hero for a
short visit. He will visit Bnker,
Huntington, Ontario, Wciser,
Vale and other points before returning.
Wood or posts in
or hero in town
Leavo orders at Lunaburg, Dal
ton Co. or Schwartz's. Satisfac
Mrs. II. B. Mnco arrived homo
Thursday evening from nn ex
tended visit to Nevada and Cali
fornia points. Sho had a very
pleasant visit nnd returned home
improved in health.
The John Parker Estate land,
one half section, midway between
Burns nnd Harney on stage road,
for sale at a bargnin. Write or
call on the undersigned for par
ticulars. A. W. Gowan.
Jersey Heifers For Salo--1 have
40 head of choice Jersey heifers
which I have just purchased,
ranging in age foom 1 to 3 years,
somo coming fresh nt once. Will
sell nt reasonable prices at my
place 9 miles east of Burns John
For soreness of tho muscles,
whether induced by violent ex
orcise or injury, thcro is nothing
better than Chamberlain's Lini
ment. This liniment also relieves
rheumatic pains. For sale by
Chns. Turner was up from
Andrews this week having some
dental work done. Ho was in a
hurry to got homo as his grain
is ready for tho harvest His
section is a little earlier than
this and crops aro fino over
. Geo Howo nnd wife accompan
ied by their son, were over from
the Cnlamity section this week
on land business. Mr. Howo
states ho has finished his run at
tho mill for this season and after
somo planing is done ho will get
into tho harvest field.
CJ. A. Haines, Fred Haines nnd
J. F. Mahon came in Monday
from Portland where thev attend
ed tho Elks' reunion. Thoy re
port having had tho limo of their
lives. The entertainment was
great, something doing all the
time. Thoy will have to rest a
few days before getting into ac
tive harness again.
Anyone wishing to visit Port
land can go via Prairie City nt
tho snmo rato as via Bend and
arrivo six hours earlier. Tho
pleasant auto rido combined with
tho excellont sleeper nnd dining
car accommodations provided by
tho trains will nppeal to the
traveler. If you wish any infor
mation regarding tho routo you
will pursuo from Baker consult
D. M. McDado.
If you aro ahousowifoyou can
not reasonably hopo to bo healthy
or beautiful of washing dishes,
sweeping and doing housework
all day, and crawling into hod
dead tired at night. You must
got out into tho open air and Bun
light. If you do this cvory day
and keep your stomach nnd
bowels in good order by tnking
Chamberlain's Tablots when
needed, you should become both
healthy and beautiful. For salo
Best canned corn $3,115 n cubo
Harriman Mercantile Co.
. Water lings 1)0 cents each nt J.
C. Wolcomo & Son's.
J. J. Heinz Is in from-hls homo
Best Hour (guarantee) $8.50
bbl. Harriman Mcrcnntilo Co.
Chop bnrloy for salo at life
Lonn Ilarkey. 30
If you wantBngo brush grub
bed writo E. E. Larson, Burns,
Best in quality; lowest in price
at Welcome &. Son's Harness
Winonn wagons nro tho best.
For salo by Harriman Mercantile
Two mowing machines, a Dain
Ruck and rnko for salo. Sec
A. Wintcrmeior, tho old time
pioneer of Silvies Vnlloy, was in
tho city yesterday grcoting his
Mrs. Miller is nt tho I. Schwartz
Busy Corner with a full lino of
spring millinery nnd is constantly
adding to tho stock which will bo
kept up nil during tho season.
Watch Burns Grow.
Phil G. Smith returned home
Inst Saturday evening after an
absence of several months look
ing nfter tho feeding nnd salo
of some beef cattle.
Any court would grant n di
vorce to tho womnn whoso hus
band refused to buy her ono of
those firelcss cookers at Clovcn
gcr's. There will be n call meeting of
tho Presbyterian ladies' Aid at
the homo of Mrs. Julinn Byrd on
next Wednesday afternoon nt
John Oard was in the city for
several days this week under the
care of a physician. Ho broke
his hand nnd hns been suffering
from it but is now better.
Your wife Bhould not be com
pelled to stand over a hot cook
stove this kind of weather. Get
her ono of those firelcss cookers
at Clevcnger's. Go nnd see
' M. Fcnwick left Wednesday!
morning for his homo in Spring
field. Ho still has a warm spot
in his heart for Harney county
nhthdways has a good word for
his old home.
A Compnny Of Good Players
Tho Lo Moyne Stock Co. has
been playing nt Tonnwama since
IubI iVcdnesdny night to very
satisfied houses. This is a good
strong company .of players that
hns been playing In Boise for
some lime and nro out on tho
rond during the dull period in
thnt city. Whilo the houses have
not been largo hero owing lo so
mnny of our people being out on
vncnlion Irips and in tho hay
fields, those who attended the
performances are high in Ihuir
praises of the productions, some
claiming it to bo the best com
pany Tonnwama has yet booked,
Tho engagement is for n week
and each night until next Wed
nesday will bo good for a now
play each night. Tho bill for
tonight is "Tho Wolf," n comedy
drama in three acts with lots of
fun. Tomorrow night thoy pro
duce "College Chums," one of
tho prettiest bills in their repertoire.
ELECTION TO AMEND THE CHARTER.
Tho initiative election called
for July 30 to amend tho charter
of Burns to provide for bonding
should be given attention by the
tax payers. This is necessary
before we enn vote on tho propo
sition of wnter or sower systems
and ns wo aro growing such pro
visions should be made. It should
not be confused as meaning nn
affirmative vote is for bonds nt
this special election, as that is
not what wo are to vote on at
that time. It is merely provid
ing for bucIi an emergency nnd
tho bond election will be an nfter
Tho city council will take up
tho matter of a side walk from
tho fair grounds gate to the new
school building nt its next meot-
nir. This is a needed improve
ment that should bo made. It is
right that tho people living in
that portion of town should be
given a wnlk to the new school
building in tho mast direct nnd
practical route and property own
ers should not protest so long as
it is put in for tho best interest
of tho people it is intended to
servo. Wo must help in these
improvements nnd this is n nec
essity. Tho children must have
a way to reach the school during
the bad weather.
A largo stock of wall paper at
Lunaburg, Dalton & Co's.
I Did I
1 Notice I Smile
k ON HIS FACET "n
ASK HIM TIIK REASON FOR IT
And he will inform you Unit, it was raiiHi'ri by Mr.
Sholloy, when ho purcluiHod that now hnrnesH from
him that you hiiw him driving" with lalcly. For
haying and harvoHting got your hurncHH, eollai'H,
pads, whipH, fly notH otc, from him. 1 1 to prices nro
rouMOimhlo and right. If you liavo not boon in yot
don't delay, but call today, and neo for yourself.
Satinfactory sorvico rendered and prompt atten
tion given all kindtf of repairing.
Ulssner Building, Burns, Oregon
' bayles & Mcdonald
General Contractors and Builders
Burns, Ore- Vale, Ore
Located at tho Burns Hotel
BUCKS FOR SALE
We are going to bring in 600
From the Famous Baldwin
Sheep Co., Hay Creek. Will
Be Located at Alvard Ranch
After August 1st. Wool grow
ers desiring information by
mail may address the under
signed at Alberson Postoffice.
JLjm IlnJ JCvIEalCDiT, m iS
The Personal" Equipment
of this Bank has been brought
to the highest state of effici
ency for the conveniency of
our patrons, while our steady
growth indicates that the ser
vice we offer is appreciated.
W. E. HUSTON-
J General Groceries
Select Can Goods, Fancy Groceries, Dried
Fruits, Tobacco, Confectionary, Coal
Oil, Feed, Grain and Produce
Special Inducements Given On Big Orders
.YOU q q 1
Come To Us
Mowers, fcakes, Bucks,
Sickles, Ropes, Pulleys
Hay Forks, Extras etc
Perhaps You Need New
Binders, Threshers, Plows,
Discs, Wagons, Gas or Oil
Tractors, Belts, Oils Etc.
WE SELL IT ALL
ar Remember The Place -a
Geer & Cummins
BRENTON & HICKS, Props.
Old and neui patrons will find best brands
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Good Service, Courteous Treatment
DROP f"J Main Street Bums, Oregon
The Sawhill Transportation Co.
Will Until Your
Heavy and Light FYeight
Express and Baggage
An J With The
SPECIAL ATTENTION QIVENTO RUSHORDERS
See Us For Particulars as to Rates and Service.