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fes-Jerald. E ffc LAROEBT CinCULATION OF ' NEWSPAPER IN THIB COUNTY. SATURDAY, JUNK 11, 1910 Local News. is. uwcn lsciowmromsiivics. llcd bnrloy nt The Busy Cor- Store. m suinvnn nas ueen over Diamond for n few dnys. io best meal in Harney coun- mmor 25 cents at tho Overland Bui. e repair all breaks but the k of day Mays & Finch, Fixers. few fractional sections of mon school land for salo A. m. George. has been suggested that wo Col. Hofer up from Salem to ' for rain. ays & Finch, paper hangers, decorators. Carriage paint and Furniture redressing, :ier Building. e nave aceaea properties rom u to suuu acres tnat at cnt prices will be sure toj le within two years. Ask us Kit them. Randall, Passenger Infancy. . A. Korten left Wednesday ning for Chicago after spend-1 several weeks looking after I tbig farm near this city. He t to the railroad in company Mr. Hanley in his auto. 0. Stevenson, of Forest ve, state game warden, spent mvr days in this section this Kk attending to his oflicial Mies, lie leu tnis morning in little Reo auto for Lakeview g enroute to urater imkq, tmath Falls and other points Southern Oregon. I. C. Howard has rented the rten farm four miles east of ms and nas arrangea h Mr. Korten to make somei ft ensive improvement on me :e and next season will likely almost the entire section in m ps. Mr. nowara nas a large lily of boys and is a practical mer. . . , . , , Best, strayed or stolen irom my :eon Little Stenchen Water ing the summer of 1909, bay yearling colt, one black fling filly, both branded an ifchor R connected, the anchor Ing horizontal, on right stifle, will pay a liberal reward for Sir return to me or for informa- that will lead to their recov- W. H. HOWARD, Drewsey, Oregon. ftlason Smith and wife left dnesday in company with irtis Smith for the railroad. ley will go immediately to Cor- lis where Mason will take up duties in the postal service. irtis took them to Dixie ana returned to Canyon where will be married next Wednes- to Miss Vivian Cozad. The MUng people win come to mis iy at once where they will re- fle. ineir inenas win oe giuu fclwelcome them. BANKING BY MAIL YOU CAN BANK with us with tho samo easo and safety as though you called upon us in person. Wo give especial attention to our banking by mail business, thus insur ing our out-of-town patrons of tho best possible servico THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS Capital and Surplus $60,000.00 United States Depositary Accounts Invited Good vinegar at The Busy Cor ner Store. Clothes pressed and cleaned at Schenk Bros. John Witzell and wife are up form Narrows. The new breakfast food Cremo a local product Mrs. Clifford Cleveland was among our visitors this week. Good, substantial, well cooked meals at the Home Hotel is what the boarder likes, James Anderson and wife came over from Calamity yesterday. Fresh Walnuts, Almonds and Peanuts at the Busy Corner Store. Tho French Hotel serves a fine Sunday dinner and special attention is given to family service. Mrs. II. M. Horton left last week for Portland and other out riMh noints to visit for an inde finite time. ' For Sale 1G0 acre relinquish mont with cabin, good well of The resent frost did not dam-1 water, 100 acres fenced. Inquire age crops out in the valley away from the river. Empire Real anything for at this office, Tf vnu have anv property to sell. See us about. We will get results. -Randall, Passenger K Maloney. M. T. Ash, who has been quite ill at the Overland, has recover oA fnntl is able to bo on the streets again although still weak Those having relinquishments or real estate for sale should nnnonH V. W. VmiValkcnburir. il. ..-! (! tvinn nt Ilia nf1lf( uiu ivui vauiku mini, v ..." in Burns. See the Inland ty Co. if you have sale or exchange. We are not superstitious but we believe in Signs, Mays & Finch, The Fixers, Locher Bldg. A few fine quarter sections of best timber lands. See us about them. Randall, Passenger & Maloney. Dr. Marsden was called to Lawen to see Mrs. Lloyd John-. son. The lady was quite ill but ReBular preaching services at is better. .tlie Baptist church tomorrow Miss K. Neugebauer is located ' morning and evening. There in the Jorgensen building south, will also be baptising at the flour mill in the afternoon at 3:30. Arthur Witney come down s Fresh groceries of the very from their Spring Creek ranch best brands and a complete new last Saturday quite ill. He was line of dry goods, furnishings, vnrv ainlr Snrwlnv hllf. 1R imiiroVO- ntn mnv lin found at HaKCy & at this time. Richardson's The new stone Cnkonlr Rhm: An nnf hnvn in Store. , send your suit back to a Phila- Mrs. Thos. Howard, one of delphia lawyer for alteration. I the old time lovely pioneer They are tailors and can do it .indies of this section, was over themselves. from her nomo nenr Drewsey P. G. Smith started Sunday! the first of the week on land with about 100 head of young I business. She was accompanied draft horses that he will dispose ibv Mrs. August Miller another nf in fhn fnrminor district of ninnper who is noted for her Umatilla county. I hospitality, and A. I. Johnson. Main St and is prepared to do all kinds of dress making. , SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! & & We can suit the most fastidious. We have just received a full line in HIGH CUT, OXFORDS and SLIPPERS in black, tan and ox blood, for men, women and children MEN'S CLOTHING We are showing the famous Hart, SchaiTncr & Marx Clothing in all the latest styles and colors HOLE PROOF HOSIERY For men, women and children. Guaranteed for six months. If our goods are not satisfactory we give you your MONEY BACK THE BUSY CORNER STORE I. SCHWARTZ, Proprietor J Locations as good ns tho best - A. F. B. George. J. II. Garrett is recovering from an attack of spotted fever. Wanted parties to contract to put up from 000 to 1000 tons of hay. Inquire nt this olllce. Wo have a number of good sccondliand wheels for salo or rout. -Mays &, Finch, Tho Fxors. Some very desirable residence properties in Burns. Suo us about them. Randall, Passenger & Ma loney. Delvin Fnrrell, a recent ar rival from Seattlo is suirering from typhoid fever nt tho Sum mit hotel. Tho personal attention given guests at the French Hotel has given it a good reputation L. B. Culp, Proj). Neil Smith left Monday morn ing for Corvallis where lie goes to ho present at tho commence ment exercises. The Edison Phonograph is gaining in popularity and should Ins in every homo Lunaburg & Dal ton are resident agents. Mays it Finch left this morn ing for Canyon, Prairio and in termediate points. They will do a lot of road signs while en route. ir you aim: (ioincto tkavix. Um tin' llnrncy County National I limit 1 HAVKLIXU'.S CIIKOUKS They nru wIMilonlirjInir. If you desire your cows bred to the II. C. Lovens thoroughbred Red Poll bull lot Ed. Goodman, who has the pasture, know. The fee is $5. W. K. Garrett como over from Stiver Creek last Saturday going to the Grant Thompson home at Malheur Gap to erect a large barn for Mr. Thompson. Meats from Gc to I2jc. Best loinsteak, 12Jc; boils, Gc to 7o; roasts from Gc to 8c; sausage, 12ic; pork, lGc Young's Meat Market & Grocery. Chas. Moore and wife were over from Happy Valley yester day Chas. having come over to file on a homestead and says he is going to bo a farmer. Reatos for sale, all sizes and lengths, price 20 cents per foot. Any one desiring Reatos address W. A. Ford of J. 0. Alberson, Alberson. Oregon. Miss Hazel Spry, who has been suirering from typhoid fever at the Schenk residence is reported doing as well as could be expect ed. She is a bister of Harry Spry. Six pairs of Holeproof Hosiery are guaranteed to wear six months without getting a hole in them. The best is the cheapest. Get them at I. Schwartz, The Busv Corner Store. Harry C. Smith is making some quite extensive improve ments on his residence and when completed it will be one of the trwiuf pnnimniliniDt in Hums ... ..... Samuel Kolm A: Co.. the great Ladies Tailors of Chicago have made Schenk Bros, their agents for Burns and Harney County. They invito the ladies to call and see a line of the very latest sampcls. Suits from $18 up. Messrs. Hyde & Begg came down from tho lime kiln yester day bringing a load of the first lime burned at the new location. It is of exceptional quality and will bo of much benefit to the building trade in this section. You may look and you may lis ten, but you will eventually call on Irving Miller and take advant age of some of his bargains in real estate. Also the man wish ing to sell can not do better than to list with him. Room (5, Odd Fellow building. Mrs. Julian Byrd took her de parture Monday morning for a short visit to outside points. She will attend the 0. E. S. grand lodge and take in tho rose festival in Portland and visit relatives and friends in Willamette Valley as well as a trip to Tocoma and Seattle. Rtrnvoil nr stolen, nnn urrnv saddle and driving gelding with dark mane and tail, branded LX with bar under on left stille, weight about 1000 lbs. Last seen at my place at the foot of Sten chin Water mountain, Saturday, May 28. A suitablo reward for his return or information leading to his recovery. Gno. Gatks. Drewsey, Oregon. Carl Welker has organized a stock company of local talent to put on a series of entertainments during tho lth of July week. The evening of tho 4th there- will ho a big danco givon by tho orches tra. A western comedy drama will ho tho attraction tho even ing of tho Gth, and tho evening of tho flth will bo vaudeville Another drama tho 7th and a big danco tho 8th. Mr. Welker has some excellent help and will put on attractions that will bo suro to please. There- will bu new songs, monologues nnd specialties. Walter Sullivan has gone east on a visit to his old homo. Mays & Finch, Tho Fixers, have a Bicycle hospital in tho Locher Building. Mrs. Frank Qole has been ill this week but is now able to be about her work again. 8000 acres of good land lying along proposed railroad routes $8 per acre. See A. F. B. George. 0. J. Neutz, ono of tho new energetic homesteads near Law-en, was a visitor to our city this week. Wanted G homesteaders to file on land near place where work can bo had at once. Inquire at this olllce. J. W. Brown is building a barn and making some improvements on tho residence at the Mrs. Jones placo on tho river. The registered Jersey Bull of ( M. Huirman will again be at tho Cortes Elliott barn in this city during this season. Wm. Hanley loft Wednesday in his auto for tho railroad en route to Portland. He will be absent an indefinite time. We still have a few choice loca tions along the survey of Hill nnd Harriman Lines. Seous about them. Randal, Passenger & Ma loney. Henry Landreth left liereHlast Saturday in company with his niece for Baker City where he will reside. He has a brother living there. Schenk Bros, have received a load of freight containing their spring nnd summer supply of the latest fashions in shoes, hats, shirts, etc. L. Stewart is ill at the county hospital with spotted fever. He recently arrived here to work for W. W. Drinkwater in tho blacksmith shop. The entire stock of goods now on display at the new store of Hagoy & Richardson, is fresh and now. Patrons may find al most anything desired there. It. A. Miller and wife and Grant Reynolds were in from the Warm Springs homes this week. The grasshoppers are very thick and hungry in their neighborhood and the boys have decided to let them have the crop. Jason Bennett was in the city for a few days this week looking Hf tor-some business. His health litis been bad for sometime and he has leased his ranch and will leave at once with his family for the coast where ho hopes to im prove. V. Cawlfield was over from the Happy valley country during the week and informs us that he will not bo able to compete for fruit premiums this season on account of the May frost which has thin ned his crop very much. C. B. Smith spent several days in the city this week completing details and properly filing his townsite, Princeton. He now has every thing in shape and ready to sell lots. Lumber is on the ground for a store, feed barn, blacksmith shop and he hopes soon to have a new hotel. Dir.D At the homo of S. Al berson, Mny 29, 1910, Rufus Thompson Copley, age 88 years. He was born in 111. on tho 27th of April 1822. He was one of Harney county's eaily Pioneers, having como to this country in tho early seventies. He has no relitives that ho has hear of for over 30 years but leaves a host of friends to mourn his death E. F. Clark of La Grande, who recently purchased tho Mrs. Cowing ranch on Prather Creek, arrived from tho Grand Hondo country Monday in company with Dr. Biggers, W. E. Ruck man and W. II. Miers. They came over in an auto and made a trip to tho P Ranch nnd Catlow Valley. Tho party started on their return yesterday morning. Dn:n -At his home in this city, Thursday, June 9, James P. Dickonson, aged 09 years. Mr. Dickenson took quito ill last week with a severe fever and this wns complicated by a diabetic condi tion which caused his death. Mr. Dickenson was born in' Vir ginia and camo to Western Ore gon mnny years ago where ho ro- rided until ho moved to this val ley somo 22 years ago. Ho is survived by two children, Mrs. Rose Kern of Nnrrows and a son Guy Dickenson, now in tho Wil lamette valley. His former wife is also in tho Willamette and his second wifo wns with him at tho timo of his death. Ho was wide ly known throughout this section and hud many friends. Tho fun eral servico was hold nt tho com otory yesterday afternoon, con ducted by Rov. Irwin of thoPres- Roo Buchanan and wifo were in from the homestead Tuesday. Tho very best accommodations may bo obtained at the Overland I If ,1 .il lf mi In VlrT huhI iiuiul muuin tj mviim. v (Jon (.motors Wiseman te bhop-K ard began the foundation for the Lunaburg, Dalton & Co. qtono atoro building and tho work will proceed quite rupidly untill tho big building is com pleted, Estkay One bay horse, weight nlinnt 1(fr 11. u ,trf4l. n av.nll Klnlnt. ' brand on loft hip, bunch on right kneo nnd two wire cuts on same leg, camo to my placo near Warm Springs a year ago. Owner may have him by proving property and paying expense. J. E. Chandler, Burns, Oregon. Contractor Smith is getting material on the ground for the Ma-onic building. The old wood strticturo has been torn down and tho grounds are being clear ed ready for excavation. It is possible the lodge will be in readiness to lay the corner stone on July 4. If such can bo done the Grand Master of tho state will be present to perform that ceremony. Pain anywhere stopped in 20 minutes sure with ono of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Tho formula is on tho 25-cent box. Ask your Doctor or Druggists about this formula! Stop woman ly pain, headache, pains any where. Write Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis, for free trial to prove value. Reed Bros. Wishing is the Pastime of Idleness While working makes things come to pass. Money is the power that drives the wheels of commerce and secures the necessities and comorts of life. A bank account helps you to save money and become a man of power in your community. Commercial and savings accounts solicited. Harney County STATE DEPOSITARY National Bank Owned and Controlled by Home People. MOTE'S CANDY STOKE lias just recmed a fresh lol of CANDIES, CIGARS, TOBACCO New nnd handsome Post Cards, Stationery, Ink, ' Pens, Pencils, Novelties. A SPECIALTY OF BOX CANDY EXTRA Fine assortment of everything D.R. MOTE, Bums, Oregon BUY YOUR DRUGS at OUR STORE We handle a complete line of everything usually sold by up to date druggists. It is OUR AIM TO PLEASE This we do by courteous treatment and reasonable prices to al our customers THE PUCK TO GET YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon. READ ABOUT THE I Mt. Vernon Hot SPRINGS i THE FOURTH OF JULY! is coming and Burns will Celebrate i Tlmy n ro Ideated In tho licnullliil .lo.in Dny Valloy, 'J)a tniluH nor ill ol Mt Vur- lien, unci 1 '!,' inilot u't ot Canyon City In (Iriint I nutily, Ort-KOii. Tlio elocu tion l 2700 feet und tho clliim'u li mild throughout tliuyuur. Tliu prlnKi hloh furnMi wnttT for tho until nndtliu inliiK pool (low L'6,000 KitHon or dny ol hli'.lily nilnonilli-d hotuutoroi a tcm Hrntiiro in l!ie (IlllVri nt nprlnun o( 100 to Vi'l I'. TIicko ("prints are ltlout rival or coin potion (or tho reason that you run get tho water Jiut tlio propor tumpt'ruturo for battling without artill tiul lu-utliiK or ililiillnt! with cold uater and thorohy ilctttrojlng tho meilloal pto pottlcn. Thvto springs hate Jut u o to public not U'o for tlio rcimnn that thoy hao JiiHt been fitted Up for the comfort und benellt of tho iinnlld and tlioso H-okliiK recreation. Nature wan the ehemlat hocotnpoud (l the water which cures, and In hnr luhratory deep In the motorics ot tho earth nhu prepared thofo curative n atom; and thone suffering from rlieu mullein, Kut, okiii dlioUBe, kidney or bladder trouble or any catarrhal condl, tiuu of the Btomnch find almost InnUiit relief und in mokt cams permanent cures in from four to eight necks. Our clmrgeN are rcusonnble. Come when jou will winter or summer; o are alu)s open nnd ready to welcome you. Tor further information address, . A. MURPHY, Proprietor Mt. Vernon, Orcgog. Are you ready? If not get busy and see ! Lunaburg-, Dalton & Co. about your QUIT HATQ CHHPC CTf RTr j v . a , l li l. l , r a v-, -. 1 ., U1V( MtVY UUUU9 "I UU MIIUS U111V1UK Grain, Feed, Groceries, Produce, Cherries, t Straw Berries, Bananas, and Oranges. SOME SNAPS TO PICK UP FOR EARLY ONES .: A MAN is known by the harness he uses A VAQUEEO by the saddle he rides. Evere horseman should have the best, both as to quality and price. You can get highest quality and lowest prices at J. C. WELCOME & SON DE3Ca.xn.ess a,n.d. Saddles The Eastern Oregon Engineering Co. mini ttitLTimn 1 1 itin uiil, niimiwiAi. nav t IRRIGATION ENGINEERS Main Ofllco, Hums, Oregon A. O. FAUI.KNItlt, Mfir, it::n:n::imt::tn:j:n::::tf.:::r.u:::r.ui;;anntmitmt:tnnnnsjn:jmmmjm RANDALL, PASSENGER & MALONEY Government Land Locators and dealers in HARNEY COUNTY LANDS ROOMS 1-2-3 ODD FELLOW BLDG., BURNS, OREGON Branch Olllce, Lukcvicw, Oregon : 0. H. fAl'LKNFII, Mkir. mm::smmtmimm::::::muu::!::::m:m:m::::mniummnttnmmmmmumi: e Grand Celebration July 4, Burns, Or. FpUR DA YS SPORT JULY 2, 3, 4 AND 5, 1910 Horse Races, Basebll, Dancing, Music Hon. Frank Davey, Orator of the day Prof. M. A. Biggs, reader of Declaration A BIG STREET PARADE JULY 4 See posters for full program byteriun church,