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ATURDAT, KHHt'ARY 17, 1106. HtrnHOKlPTION KATBM: Om Ymi 1200 Ms Montha 1.00 Thrw MnntM K JULIAN WYRir - - - - Maant.r Arnn Dowh writr-s of the nMga wnrs in the I'notlic Monthly nntl work promises to be exceptionally good. Appropriate scenery will Itta be n feature and tin- choruses will be n revelation to the people of this section. "Esther is worth seeing many times and will cer tainly be appreciated by all who attend. DRRW TOO MANY CHECKS. R H Herroun, a ncvsp.ipri man, recently from Hum, WM HARNEY LOCALS pictures some portions of Central an esteil at Baker Lay and Oregonratherbl.uk. In stalling brought to Ontario last evening, his article Mr. Dosch savs i he hid his preliminary hearing "Kvery man living west of the Rocky Mountains probably has gsj before Justice G. L. King at 10 o lock this morning on the charge opinion on the right and wrong ol omommg money in laise pre bctween Hi. cattle and sheepmen ln SfsrWhsf WOTtllrSM cnecks, ami was hound over m the sum of $1511 to .iw.nt the- ,u lion of the grand jury, in ilol.iulii of which he will he taken to V.ilr tin'- afternoon and lodgtd in jail. Ontaiio Democrat. .In. Oihsnn and his brother Kd Otbeon were in town from their ranch over south on Tuesday. H.rt Bower started for l.nwen with 11 load of wood returning In hnlf a day claiming he had broken thn record for trip to Unit place. Mrs 0 W McClain passeil through this plum Tuesday en mtllo to Drewney on ti visit. A (' Millard MOM over from Van 'Sunilu to attend teachprs' exami nation at Rnrna this week Mm Hell'' Haven iviw a MMMMMf ''" on the stage Ttrareday en iwrta lo Imnlng, '' 10 ihu Biallard pleea via Barm after a tiett lo "d wjoyli ! In daae tVeetfell. in then Itniggte for the open range. Kvcry man's opinion is worth just so much. It is ceitain to lie biased Kven the f.uls ian be biaseil, and so these Ml) be which are ct down below." Hi's right. His "facts" read just like those ol many otini win crs who know nothing ol M lual 1 oudilioiis, lut thaw then own puturc after reading reports from sensational press lipatches. The illustrations are misleading and ih awn from imagination Siu h articles are largely responsible for the wrong impression the eastern people have formed of the frontier. The Times-Herald will not at tempt tn criticize er comment up on this article now. but it bring to the front the happv condition ol range affairs in Harney county. BM the pleasant relations of the i. title and sheepmen throughout this section The Mocknu'ii of Harney imintv respect the rights of tle-ir neighbor and .1- .1 consr- ajwu ihen .in- no cfaaehea ovti i.itige. As an instance of the MtadtMp existing between sheep and cattle men v call attention to .1 recent urrance: During the I.. now storm this wintei .1 large number of P, C Peterson's sheep were 1 in off from feeil and In- was in dangei ol losing the entire hand not baiOf abli ! in.vc them through the deep snow. Cattle and horse men of the vinous wi-nt to his rescue and worked with a will to save Mr. Peterson's stock and they did save them. All these men use the range and run their stock in the same u on ly, yet thej are on the best of ii-nn- .owl i-11 h respects the rights of the ether. Range wars are caused In tin- 1 lass of people who handle the slock fair-minded men have no trouble. INK CITY ELECTION. At the last meeting of the city council .irr.ingemenls wore nude for the annual election to be held mi March 6 to elect .1 in. not, two couucilmen a recorder, treasurer and Maishal. At the same meeting the 111,11 sh.il was ordered to tear out .ill sidew.tlks put down at the rxpen se of the city under a former or der that had not been paid fot hy the owners of the ptopertv. While many objected to sajriBf walk at the time of the oidci . thtra will now be as stiong ob jection to removing them. RLQISTBATION OFFICERS. teal thoy had everything, eejtog and In an uproar before the word hutilt eoulil b thought nf And the sup uer that M" Dtintnn rotvel was Itn'iotnce We mel Mr Duntnn in town tlir next rlny goeea that he was baying more suppliee Mm Hill and bar brother I M Davis entertained n few nf their frfende last evening it was a line iiiiisieitl treat Mrn W l linker enterlainad the Inging olaaa one : thia week. Nearly all lh young aaoejle of Drawatij taking the advantage of fiiM' sleighing and 111 "in light A Heating Oospel. At an adjourned inrctino of the I iiiintx court last wrek officers were appointed in the various pre- . 1111 t- liu the purpose of ri;' lilg Voters. it should be u'linm licred that 10 ordei t. parthipat. in the primaries voters mu istcr and it is now up to the var ious i.mdidales to rustle tin n ttnnds out. Tin- ays, 1.1I juMu., m appointed w.ie J R f ciiklil . Cold Springs precinct; V Ii Alb erson. Alvord; Geo A. Smitl.. W Id Horse; J. C. I'elein. m. j'uehlo, W. H. Parker, Warm Springs; Claud Smyth, Valley. ilapp; lf there i any man in Harney county close to the hearts of the people that man is In. Rector. He is one of the pioneer residents of the county and closely identified with its interests in every respect. lie commands the confidence and respect of every man, woman and child of his acquaintance and that means almost the entire popula tion. The democrats are certain ly fortunate in persuading a man of his standing to enter the race for the important ollice of county judge. Should he be successful the gOOpsa of Harney county may rest assured of an honest econom ical administration. Joe's fi lends say "theie' nothing to it but the vote." Advertised letters lo? (It.- 1 ., day ending Feb 1st. C.i 1 , James . .outer. Wm 1 aid Dunkui, C. W. Gardner, A- J. Harris, Miss Nellie Hankins, Pleusautou Lewis, John Mullins. Hi: McGec I Noiiun Mrs KU.i Nelson, Charles Stoll Guslave Whalcy, H Wade Jinks Persons calling lor the above will please say advertised I. VV. Welcome P. M Hoy A Lea representative of Swift V Co visited nnr DsefabanU Wtdnaaday ami took (he ttaga la iimi 1 Valentino day was sonn what tanii' Owfasf te Hi" quarantine re strictions n.'virtheless iiuilr a ntitn- espreeelve and eeotieaafltatl feJeallnea wete both mailed and received at our post ollice W I. N.'il and .1 VV l.eehtenberu' er were in (own Tuesday iifier a trip to 1 turtle and Mrs I. BOeOCBg ni". I Ibeni alter several weeks treat meiit lames llnrr of Jlennlwiro. Mani toba. (11, id, 1 paused thrutigh nn Ih" Pith inquiring for horses which he prop, is.- to bll) for shipioent to da. .1 II Sloti, Id with Northrop Hard ware ('.) () II li'k'll.)tl. of nick el, Fell (irocrrv Oo I .. it 1 1 lioni Hoise worked our town very satisfa.t. rllj Monday and Tuesday sVaaeeej aUsar visitors the past W ; HIT.' till 'lil- I-,. Ml k .' Warren Bf I'h. itic lliscuil ('.. , a It tic with ti Paeife Ooaaf Syrup Co, I! ( Skil.. of the l; I'Vank Drug Co and I l llr.iwu with Ctidany Packing Co each an artist in his line and comb I they are invincible ing. .1 W Soui 1, furnished the mu sh ami III jjtallarri the supper I ked l"' were there and rottt reporter we rerpi --,, d lo say sim iih , lint The maak hall wae a 1 nt oeea but the ittendat mi was not larg . There . r. abonl BO maskers on Ihe tl nr The seven Indies who repri tie "simple seven" were the bit of the evening snd ktiee Peerl Smith Who repr ellte.l .1 JapailtW l.l.H, was deelar. .1 Ih" prize winner o the eveoing There wi-re plenty ot otle 1 eoelomee worthy nf meril but "pace is ti ,, limit, d 10 tin Dtion iheiii all l i- 1 in hVthetil 9fl Ins r. 1 11 ru ed from Iturns Mrs Met 'lain mul daoghtet of Hums ian,.' oyer I" attend Hie Weil ding 0 1 he, -i-ler Lena l,,l Tbe marriage of ' A Wealherly and Mi- , . I. 1. rt is sol amniaed at ib" hone "i Ike bride on lb.- alie. 11. 1. in of Pi b II. Jllltloc W l Baki r pi rfarmln II rs The Rev ! C Warren, pastor of Sharon Baptisl Cburdb, BelatT, Hi, lays of Klectrio Hitlers: 'ItV a Cod send to mankind It cured me of Ian - baok, stiff joints, and complete ilia pee I was so weak ji look me half an hour to walk n mi!, Tuo Lollies of Klectrie Iti' ters have mad" me so strong I have just walked thrfi" miles in 10 min utes iitd f "1 like walking three nio'e. It's made a new man of in,'' Oreeteel remedy for weak ind nil Sioniach, I.iyer and -r- Kldney nomphtlote. guarantei it the Oily Price BOo. Sold under PriiK Store. Notice ol Sale tt Scfcnol Olitrkl Usd. Notice Is hereby (riven IbstaosrUI eateol bond e.loitl.m hcl.l by Hehoul ' i, Harney Conntv, Oregon, was file.1 in my ofllee nn the yslh day ,,1 Deonnbsr, I'xv,, b the jmlaesnnii clerk nf "ii'1 lininl ele.tioii, wherein it Is I th it t nn elietion hel.l in I ,i, . 11 llie l'Ml, da; H IN I il - roti 1 Ibat the bond 1 1 hW .litrict sbottkl be leeaed in Mm saai af -i I ! lea llnii.ireil Doilsra 1 1 or the UUrp cif relllinliliK sitflfaadlaj bonded In lebteduete, bonds lo be issn.-.l In dsromlna lion ol live Hnn,lr-il hollo ggtOtO sj ii. pavabie ahaetetely In Twenty (2ni yaere from .late, allot sai.i beostare aeeasaMeal Ike gteaanraol said school llstrict at any lime after ten 111 (rear from date. I ' "-! .i - lil ill I'nile.l HI In at the "tllca ni tboO 10 if .surer ,,1 Marnej 1 'oiuity, 1 10 1 , 'as may lie designated in the (Jit) an. I Mate ol - New York ill II OttoO of Um piirchas er. 1 1 I- beat 1 ittr,-t at Hie rate il not to eaeOOd fix (0 sir lenlnin sei iiiuiiini, gayabss somhanaoaUy Bids in be n ii'ii. I the ekots or any par We have .he Goods We make .he-Prices We &t the Trade. JOHN DEERE PLOWS DISC PLOWS SULKY PLOWS Harrows of Every Description In fact Farming Implements of all Kinds. COOK STOVES, HEATING STOVES, Camp Stoves. In various Patterns. Sizes and Prices. Shelf Hardware Builder's Supplies. Doors, Windows, Qlaae, Paints, Oil, Varnish, Etc. CEER & CUMMINS, Burns, Ore. , ''; lIltllH! I 11.1 t i I NOTIOI K)R PUBLICATION Burns Meat Market I lll receive . ah-.! bill lot lli'-aliove niony. Tin Iiinl- It a rla .. 1 :, 1 1. ,- ni, to I .,'. ' ' P. 'II ii late Joseph Koharteon and aitslatahooi ni Momlsy, the Hilb day of f,1,1;'! i- i'h ii norrirr nun,. 1 1 i Sollrp I, l,,rrl, irlo", Ih.l In , ,,tnpllttn. - ,L-r,'." ..I i,,r il, ..!. i.l if 1 'k llotr ill ' nvt. .'el " llliill SCHOOL 1 III KHN D. Hatfe lia announced his candidacy for count) judjje in this issue, (or the consider. tlion of llie dcinini.ttu Metre at the April niniuiies Mi. IllgSl 1- .in old tinie resident of flame) count) and served one term as county commissioner. He has a large number of friends throughout the ci unt) who consider him .1 strong man and hope he will be the nom inee of hi.i party. Mr. HuMy is in business in this city and ,i lie asserts in Ins statement, will at all Units be 1 1 aiiy to transact county business. Attention is called the statement lie lias published in this issue. I MM X. Illl CANTATA. FEBKUAKV 27. The High leheel Literary Boole l) met Krnlayaftarno.il at L'.l'i The piogram for the al'ternonn consisted of. loii i.y Society Oemradoe Instrumental Solo. Lea Holniison Current Events Will (Joold Easav Vivian Jordan I'-'-ate Hesolve. That Arbitra tion Should Take the P!a of ir Allirmative. Neil Htuith, llho ! Teiril and Km ma Muller, negative, Mason Smith, Krank Knit; a"d Ada Head. Tile judges on the del, ate ,ru, I sMM II Hamilton, Haynion.l Si more ami Irving Miller, they dtci I- e.i in lavor ot llie negative llie untie was Will (iould Song liy Society Hocked in the Cradle of the Deep Vo.al l)uet Hyrd King am! llolen. Sivain Vue-al Solo .... Myra Kin,' Song hy Society, Come Hirdie lonm After erfchVe report the president auiMjiuted Myra, Hyrd and Krank King to prepare tho program for next week. Wednesday evening tVssduotoi Hurry ,ev of Diet) S I, accompan ied li v htewNhSSSM from bin limn, in Huntington en route 1, hum Il with frien.1 (t was d Hint he in -late. I ,,i 1 prominent pOOltlSO "Kl the Iliu llV Valley Divisinu af the O S L ami ll ibjeat roopeotfully r- l-rml I.. Id" tireat liehgioua wlioee head light claims to have imidu information on railroad-. Mi-- QaseJe Bsbeeteea af lma- srhlh r.l.irninn to her dlltien ni twokkiiiH-r for Patter, Miller A Hits wan at the Ugu hon-e wnitiug r.mm Tseeday ssstsj ig Mi- A I Millard Went to loin," 1 iy evening In attend teaahete "xamiiiatt n this week. Impiirie-. 1 oneerniiig the mill ' .'"lltilllle o I', ,,i, in and aever.il y.r lavorahh- proposi ti, .ni am ueder consideration from onllwriuhtM and millers who pro n Ihoon'.eri rise As soon an the weather is prnpiiinm tin further consideration of the suh- II BO taken up in earnest. The General manager W II Han- .rol't ot Ih. (IS I. In- .oUi-ed the Harney Hoard of Trade "I under stand that surveys in your section af the country havo not yel pro grosaed far enough west to f.ive an idea of what line will he recom I liu' 1 have asked the part ies in chane of these surveys to give . ,n ml consideration to a route that lakes in Harney and the Har ney valley." The (to I l.nnineel ill' the Den Mi, rVeetern and Paoideaaya i am gathering together tnl'.irma- tion relating te the eatern eounlry so that when 1 make an examina tion af that eotinly I wili be pre p.inl in advance Other lines Buy he heard from iii a few .I.ivm io.I th la in no doiini saVfl an- ggaring on raalaa ihroujxh thla vaMy I, t th, o, eoine 'I'lirtliermore " v,rv p , ol, 11 voting I nly "I mis "I'l'in'ii M 1 Weal baa lone I oil Of II irin .mul v and baa 1 heal oi in. ads The iiri.i. .1- ii, eead In bile 1 11 : willi orange 1,1 .- ... 1 1,, lion il lilu.'k. The 11, in !)rewi".j friends wleh Mr and lire u in ' .. long and happy lif" Having Hold the fnrnlliir" litist nesH, (' A lisid will non turn he altenllon In painting and 1 hanging and eolioiia a -Inn of' con p. in, n. le,' . Be v ill alas 1 en duet 11 1 aloi.el an. I r. pan .imp I trll, IflOil, ". ii'ii Hi 1 um I ! it my utile,' ., Hum Oregon Kal.l bond i., be dated m ij i ISM All I.I.I" -le.llM ' it" llll.Te llie 1 lhl ipsl Bint 1'iier, ( ,,( i, I, 11 I i.rilibi raesiMM ....l.l I II I....I. ' l""r'- ,.,-,B I,, 11 , Sarin 1 Uonk, .a , ,,, 1. 1 rnist . ,,1 m.Mi, ,, -l.l, . t, I Or. Ho. 1. ...fir., rlnt,,,,,nt N,, il,,- fin 1 . . MellKli l.,w,i.lil .', n.iiiII,. rn.if, ' 'rl I, 11 sbls nn, I tt 1 . wliieh tliev .lull Im'.ii . um' be 'l'l I", I' I In) rlxlit and till bid ' Is re.ei . I'.sci, 1, i,i lav tiie 1, n,i. matt 1, ,1 I,. 1 , iiitiiMi imi k aheeb r.pinlllng ,', per amtol Um are nit 'I 1 I, lni.'il .1 Hum , Hi,, 'on. lln - I'tli In ,. I .1. I'',. M lil.lii. l.,r II,,. i.ur, h.. t,t ill, ' 1 u xiii :," .1 j ISJMM I' Li-Li "' ont.ri,,.. '. 1. nn. Ji ...I, . N,,r. S Klfl.l, su 1,.,,. M .1 iiiii.ii, ' ,,,itii Klein. nt 1 lalhi 1 Diur palrouanc eli. North of Post Office on Main Si. Pork, irnilii, Bologmi tad Liver BaiiHaes Beef in any Quantity. JOHNSON & ELTON. Pi opts '" "N f-1 --- f BJI BlEvffa "icSi ' r JvliUsssssU ''in ke1eE Ww' 10 sjAtBrsViss 9 Ws VlKlsT wsr nt 1 y I'l.iiiiuN 1 1 nt i.itjiiii: 1. his 1 We. tin- iin.lersigiie.l logsl vol lalLe preeillCt, ll.llllev fNilllllv. M lie 'l liregoii, res 1 wet fully petition tl.. 1 1 o, 1 .01111 1 nil .,( Il.rii.n 1,'iiiiti, SlaUi efOeegan le arsm HeeMeta H aaj r.inietiy to .ell MplrttBOae( Mall ami ion. 111- I t-1 ti-r- iii It's. iiiitiiii'. than 0110 gstloii in l,.ik Precinct Karnav I OUIIl) . vi , : ll, iHSrtixl i 1 ores ..' 'i.m in.iin.i sm will e ' 1 I , . Xaama 1.- 1 .11, ,1. 1 hunk 1 010 tndi 1 11 A -I iini-1 it,,,, I Ia... Hi ' r.nff.M rut. IV kl. I " I -mer. ksaSseas' Thow.KdHa and hurley roller $$ 'i"' 'I.TSST'U .' Of AUStitl ion.MII III I kept 1. II Mil, order.' ahead all ll.e l.n.e tfftULSfSrhtSl It that VOIir wood is ..n. ' ' .rl orcui, J.mr. I Kl.l.l .u.l Nor. A Ki'ii i ijimbi i"', " 'rwgim Vv - .. ami boseed vielllllll I lh- Htormv 11 Job printing The I iiinu-Ilerald 11. ol Ih II ! I ..ll I , iy .10 Mint 1,, .1 D f Nnllei Jin, li I (iiiirga Muimoas t 1 bteKelvo) II liloUI.I I I "'iingr Tkoassh c rnsarioa Den 1 laker I .Uar.l Anderson hrr.l Keott 1 I Harper Harebell I , L'ouiegjrs I Line rantti:::::::::;;:;:i:::::::::::::j!:i:..i:!tt:nii: N N'oliei I- III 1 .1 on -tlnr- day, llie lot), Jav Mareli, Ituk.. llie enstenigBed iii apply t. lueConati ( .nirt ,1 tl,. state 1 I . IragOB lor II.11 uny I ixnioiy, tor llio lieens, HHiitioiie.1 111 tue teregetee ueilllon SIM I 1. U1 -in 1:1; 1 - - u.i:. .uiunttiKurti.t l.l, w .. er..,J..I IN IIOWN Vl Cr.,, Ir ,' ItOHM OWN C..h iIMim(.i of Burns, Oregon. Asthorized Capital, SSd.NI.N. -cco-a.rits Solicited. -BANKING BY MHI." AN ESrECIAI. HAT III nrnimin.:.. i'.itiwu;u::t.!i::i. .mnnuimttu Hi a.'-'w-ww vwwvvwvwswo ' -'' syv-i arney County hank. :$ he Largcs, and Mos( Complete stock Tiir iinTn r,urMir rnr. IPC UCL DUKno DHK. m BAILCY. proprietor. pine Wi'-11 l.ic iors and Cigars (ffjwjtsfordnilaird Club Wb; CLUB ROOMS IN ONNfCTION EVERY niM -cl CUW Courtootis and otli4in Mixulc ; 4a a.'-fa, iv..'vv'yevr,v vti -.vt ii'. maasaaaasaaweeeeseaseeaafaessaaaeei Music lovers have heen an Mously awaiting the production of "Ksther" and watching for the date. This has been definitely -ariUed ami the uruduction will De lr dav ,or eP' "oiiucuoii wii ",flu,,,,LY Cq u t U." l.iv. 1 Ml "V, WANTKD: 10 men in each state to travel, post signs, advertisn ami htuve. anii),. of our gondii Salary $75.00 par month. ;i W day for expeuces. HOYAI. W. Chicago, lla sued, Aisike coiver seed iced, lied top seed, Turk- wa-' Kodoidvoraoati. UKIWSIV UOINUS. W t ii.v i, iioarn (nam Van viaii il tin- week. I lines to.irliart Ih down Iron, ' . imiiv today he am Polk is le .illlg cattll) All all thai I." out The P I. 8. Co has pnieliii ,ed the ha) mt Ihe Tom Arnold ranch thin w.ilv u. Allen tin Junlura ihavprnan c in,e iii tn lake in the dance on tint I4th, ll in ruining till n , th I I'll hi:iI tie r I i. iio-i il oj looinu some nf . id lUighing. Silim licOph have uuile a limn stopping iu town (uarintioe mid olli. are are the cause. Yes, from all reporla Mr and Mrs DuntJti did not profit from the g of the Tiuiex-lleiald and Doaen" look the Huuton 0 by storm. No use to oh "y nrln issued In tlio Clerk of tin. I "Hilly loan of II, e Mate ,'f I rej.'oo , lot I .. II ,1 nel , to 11, - oii iii.iieliiix , the tmrl sii.l ,i,attelnof tiie ,leliinuont lupaytrs nssssil in the dellnqoaal tax- roll loi said I unly lor llie yeui HUH, llieret 1 utiai'lie.l, net 11 n.n, !, iiinj, then epea He' real preportVi - ml lortb an. 1 iaaseibed In Ika .sii ilnllnonenl taxroll, or M ininh Hereof s .hall sat it ti,e stio'init oi ism eharawl them in, iot. itior 111, 1 tail ex Moaesa, I llBVe .lull lelie I ll, ,, ti described pteo 01 istrosli ol Is W l l.lll I 11,1 . . - III.," I III (.,,, I, I .n I,-' 1 o iim 111 .an I II.1101 . . Mate , i 1 ir, in, '!,- 1 1 bed ami as.,- 1, 1 a follow I 'ravtiunl, U 11, I u , , , , b oek la, In llsi 1 1 1 1 II, iiiiin-, , I,, lie, I.,, 1 .; .ml 1 ni sjm Mi 1, Mi r -;i . i ,, res 1 Sfi ll.lll, Ncrtell. ... , . In, , Mi r '," , iii Kilh-, I iin, - III 1 '' " . 'ol I .nil n.-'j -, ' , tee. I'.', SUil ne' j !.',, fee.. to, ii. .'i, 1. :tt e , M saraa I:.' u Millei .k kUggS.I I- T in.l H, bloek li, Burns . . atl 1 1 Morton, KraoL, m ' .,' , oi.l e Lunaburg & Date's FALL AND WINTER GOODS ARE NOW IN. We urc now able to show you a larger and more compU't 1 ,tiick than ever brton . dur prices are as low as they cun be sold. Our lines in DRES5 GOODS and.TRIMMINQS COmpriaMM UN newest and most beautiful things out. We have also a new line of LADIES' RAIN GOATS, CLOAKS, JACKETS. Of drugs, medicines, dmggi - perfumes, stationery, bo plies, etc., ever brought I linest wince and Ikfuors i ,ti purposes ilwsye on hand. Agents for Any Periodical Publish-,.. VOIK VOCiOK'S PKIiSCVIPTION filVB SPICIAL AllfcSilUN. THF CITY DRUG SI OU . H. M. HOKTOiN, iVopt. ,'''''0'e...u ., i t 4 e 0 t 0 1 5 7?e ER BROWN : ssBSBsVasBSBssRiyvak amsamnasLiBV arsssVsBisVai auArai THAT TT. BUSTER MOWN STOCKING XiaHX BAair" """ssPeMiKBWT'blh mmmm mmmmimmmmtm! eaaa BURNS LIVERY AND FEbi) STAItLi.. 1. KW IS S (i,l;i.i n 1 , SpeoitU an i, ion ,, ti tun,- ., Iltl(i j ITtiit , "UIUS. I . 10 -u ,. sac, 8, t,. 1.1, 1. ;t e., lui Slnl.loii, Halghi lot !i, in bl.H-k Iii IJiiina Mlor, .lie, . se1 , ' ,, iH-e. il, tp." I!), r. M n uiet lots 2 anil J, SSW .;, t,, '.'0 1. .it .., UJg acret... Siuiiiis, A 1, St 0. e1.. we aii. I1 r. 31 , 'sm aaraa Ami on slomjay, He- llMlittai al If'afc ruury, ItKMi, at Ilia Jioiir of 10 11 , ui, oi aald day, at my eeha luilu ., Iioiim', in Hal, I ioiiul .iu, I slute, I Hill sell at public auction (or cash, tliu al, a, ilesellU.I leal ei-latu, to llie iMjrooii wle, offem to pa tli t.i.l iiriiinie nl ta, -, peusllie.-, inlereot an. I aivruiii cost and take u e.rtilu.iie ot sulo at the low - et late ol illlel, iuu Aii, .-lieiill of Harney lounly. TtMBBMutl: Htisnto e revi'ii Unlit inwte tile iml.lie to call on ux ami see our sjood auil net our pii.-os. W guarantee salislactiuu. We u, l.ere Iu buil. I Up our busilMH .mil proMs,) U '" ll nltb LOW PRICES-SQUARE DEALING. KssTV-J :::imtmiim:;u:its!::n:iii:iuiatittmti:'..;:mmu::iiitum;s:::uuitttuu.i; G. W. Clevenger & Co. FURNITURE, PIANOS, UNDERTAKING. CARPETS, MAiliNliS.HHALL PAPER, (tOCAKTS. HATTRESSES, RtFRUitKAIORS, L'ULlMNh aai tARPEI PAPtK, ROOFlNu. Our Stock is complete in Every Particular Sou uh lirst aud got prices. Main Ht , .Bums, OfMjeg iniimmmiui:ui:iits;siititmsuttt:iusu::-' r-:.itnmuutiuniuti::::iiiattttttmt ifmm u ', tin iluy, ...,. ri nsi OAii am iii. on Uunti v. kK0US. " uliciiys ay Z 1 Special ((on i.in Given : to Conducting i uneraL I NEW AND ACCLRAri: UA SCALES IN Itl.VNLCIIU.S HUH bVK.N "Mr , ',,.,'.' Soliei,,. , I Sooth Main Hi . Burna, (Won 31 xfl BURNS MILLIMC CO. HORTON ft 8AYER, p, pt8. Rough and Dressed L mber, Rustic, Flooring, Moulding, Finishing Lumber Nearest Sawmill to Burna. Good Road. Lumber Yard in Burns.