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THK LAUOKBT CIRCULATION Of
Fan y NKwerAPKU in this county.
SATURDAY, JUNK IS, l'0.
Local News.
Rolled barley at The Busy Cor-
pr Store.
I Meet mo at the Mt Vernon
ot Springs.
Roland Hnnkins wasovor from
amey Thursday.
fjohn Culn is on tho "lift" suf
Iring from grip.
ITho best meal in Harney coun-
for 25 cents at the Overland
otel.
II. M. Davis and W. D. Baker
fe!ovcr from Drcwsey this week
. businci.
IA few fractional sections of
Iininon school land for sale A.
B. George.
II. Racine is homo after spend-
ig the winter in the east He
enjoying good health.
;Mays & Finch, paper hangers,
nil decorators. Carriage paint-
.. V .
s and luirniture reciressing,
bcher Building.
'Mrs. A. Venator has been'
rer from her Crane Creek home
us weeK. sue is accompanied'
her friend. Miss Bammel. , . , . Pno
FIRE INSURANCE AT COST' store
one of the strongest Mutualsl n1Ll . . . . nf
Schenk Bros.
BANKING BY MAIL
YOU
CAN
BANK
with us with tho samo caso and 3afoty
as though you called upon us in person.
Wo givo especial attention to our
banking by mail business, thus insur
ing our out-of-town patrons of tho
best possiblo sorvico
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF BURNS
Capital and Surplus $60,000.00
United States Depositary
Accounts Invited
The Summit
Bros.
shirt at Schenk
the state. See us about it.
andall, Passenger & Malonov.
If you are going to buy a bind-
lot us show you a Deenng.
works like a clock, is simple to
in, light draught and does nne
ork. Browns Satisfactory Store.
IWm. Hanley arrived home yos-
Irday morning from Portland
rid coming from Prairie in his
ito. Mr. Hanley attended the
ilebration at Prairie Thursday
id reports it a success.
Regular preaching services at
e Presbyterian Church Sunday
Ine 19th both morning and
rening. The subject lor tne
orning hour's discourse is: Tho
y of the uospei." ror ine
tenincr heur: "The Sober Side
Christianity." Everybody.
I. L. Poujade was in
the first of this week.
James Bunyard has been over
from Wagontire for several days.
The new breakfast food
Cremo a local product
J. P. Withers was over from
Harney on business this week.
Wanted A women to assist
in the kitchen at the Home,
Hotel.
Good, substantial, well cooked
meals at the Home Hotel is what
the boarder likes.
See the Inland Empire Real
ty Co. if you have anything for
sale or exchange.
We are not superstitious but
Fresh Walnuts, Almonds and
Peanuts at tho Busy Corner Store.
the city Robt. Irving and family were
i guests of friends in this city this
week.
ist cordially invited to attend We believe in Signs, Mays &
. ! - . i ml TT1J- T ni, am IJ 11
lese services
Remember the school meeting
j be held Mondry at the school
huse. A director to serve tnree
fears and clerk for one year are
be elected as well as other
usinr ss transaction. It is hoped
i have a representative attend
ee of the voters and patrons
it is important to select good
len for these positions, besides
avs and means should be prov
ided for a new school building.
Lost, strayed or stolen from my
ace on Little Stenchen Water
Bring the summer 01 iwv,
Finch, The Fixers, Locher Bldg
Miss K. Neugebauer is located
in the Jorgensen building south j
Main St and is prepared to do
an Kinos oi areas iuukiiik.
Schenk Bros, do not have to
send your suit back to a Phila
delphia lawyer for alteration.
They are tailors and can do it
themselves.
Mrs. Alva Springer was up
from her lake home during the
week accompanied by her little
grandson. Mr Springer is out to
the railroad she informs us.
The French Hotel serves a
fine Sunday dinner and special
attention is given to family
service. s,
Studebaker hacks, cither single
or two seated, Buckboards and
Surreys nt Browns Satisfactory
Store.
Foil Sale 160 acre relinquish
ment with cabin, good well of
water, 100 acres fenced. Inquire
at this office.
Those having relinquishments
or real estate for sale should
consult E. W. VnnValkenburg,
the real estate man, nt his office
in Burns.
Fresh groceries of the very
best brands and a complete new
line of dry goods, furnishings,
etc., may be found at Hagey &
Richardson's The new stone
store.
Mrs. L. Woldenberg and chil
dren returned to their homo nt
Canyon City Wednesday after a
pleasant visit with relatives in
this city. They went back in
Mr. Woldenberg's auto.
Wo save nolicv-holders 40 per
U. .. ) -. m - -
le bay yearling colt, one black i cent of their premiums annually.
.0-1; miv Wh hifirulnrl nn iFire insurance as good as the
iULDllfS J, "".. . - . 1 I
chorR connected, ths anchor I best. VVnte us lor particulars, i
. . . .it i!n m 1-11 DfinnAnnnti Xr Tn1nnnv I
ing horizontal, on ngnt sunu. iiunuuu, luaawiK" ...,.
will pay a UDerai rewaru iur j. w E chner. who has oeen
leir return to me or for informa-. . tuG hosnital here for several
,vill lead to their recov-, weeks with a broken leg, has re
covered to such an extent that
W H. Howard, he went home this morning in
Drewsey, Oregon. ; company with Will Gates.
Major R. II. French of Vale,
who is intcrcsted'with C. B. Mc
Connell and the Coles in the
Silver creek irrigation project,
was hero"during the week look
ing over tho work,
Williams Bros, saw mill at
Cold Spring on the Canyon road
is prepared to do custom work
for those desiring to take ad
vantage of their government per
mit. Also lumber for sale at 12
per thousand. See them nbout
custom prices.
A
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, Schafner &
Marx Clothing in all the latest styles and colors
HOLE PROOF HOSIERY
For men, women and children. Guaranteed fornix months.,
If our goods are not satisfactory we give you "your ,
MONEY BACK
&
&
THE BUSY CORNER STORE
I. SCHWARTZ, Proprietor
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Locations as good as tho host
A. F. B. George.
Frank Clark camo over from
Juniper mountain yesterday.
Decring Mowers nnd Rakes at
Browns Satisfactory Store.
A.MclCenzie and Gerald Griffin
wore up from Narrows yesterday.
Wanted parties to contract to
put up from GOO to 1000 tons of
liny. Inquiro at this office.
T. 0. Albritton was in from
tho Saddle Butto section this
week.
We havo a number of good
secondhand wheels for salo or
rentMays & FinchThe Fxors.
Tho personal attention given
guests at tho French Hotel has
givon it a good reputation L. B.
Cull), Pro).
Write for a pamphlet giving
full particulars regarding the
Mt. Vernon Hot Springs in Grant
County Oregon.
The Edison Phonograph is
gaining in popularity and should
bo in every homo Lunaburg &
Dalton nro resident agents.
mays ti finch lot t this morn
ing for Canyon, Prnirio and in
termediate points. They will do
a lot of road signs whilo en route.
IV YOU AIM: (JOINOTO TltAVKU
line (lie llnrnry County Nnllunnl Hunk
THAVKU.KK'H CIIKQUKH
They nrc xclMrirntlfyliiK.
If you desire your cows bred to
the II. C. Lovens thoroughbred
Red Poll bull let Ed. Goodman,
who lias the pasture, know.
The fee is $5.
G. A. Smythe.of Diamond drove
in a bunch of cattle this wools
and took back his supplies for a
year from the M. M. Co. -Qn
tario Argus.
Meats from Gc to 12ic. Best
loinsteak, 121c; boils, Cc to 7c;
roasts from lie to 8c; snusnge,
125c; pork, 15c. - Young's Meat
Market & Grocery.
Reatos for sale, all sizes anil
lengths, prico 20 cents per foot
Any one desiring Reatos address
W. A. Ford of J. 0. Alborson,
Alberson, Oregon.
The Horticultural Fire Relief
of Salem saved policy-holders
$10,000.00 last year in premiums.
Let us tell you more about it.
Randall Passenger & Maloney.
J. F. Mahon was over from
Anderson Valley looking after
business during the week. He
reports stock doing well and the
wool clip most satisfactory both
as to quality and quantity.
Samuel Kohn & Co.. tho great
Ladies Tailors of Chicago have
made Schenk Bros, their agents
for Bums and Harney County.
They invite tho ladies to call and
sec a line of tho very latest
sampels. Suits from $18 up.
C. C. Lundy is home after
accompanying the new purchas
ers of tho road lands to Prine
ville. Mr. Lundy expects some
of the officers of the company
here ngain next month.
You mny 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 G, Odd
Fellow building.
Mrs. Grace Lampshire and
little daughter Gwendolyn came
in Monday in company with Mrs.
W. Y. King and arc enjoying a
visit at tho S. Lampshiro homo
near this city. Her many friends
are glad to welcome her among
them ngain.
W. L. Best was hero a few
days this week leaving for homo
Wednesday accompanied by his
daughter Miss Fthel, who is
home for the vacation period
after attending school at Baker
City. Mr. Best has been able to
discard his crutches and his cast
has been removed from his brok
en leg sustained a lew wcckb
ago by a horse falling with him.
Makried At tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Beery Wcdnesdny
evening, Juno 15, Mr. Ralph
Beery and Miss Helen Rebur,
Rev. A. J. Irwin of the First
Presbyterian church performing
the ceremony. Tho brido arrived
hero Monday from Kansas City.
Mr. Beery has recently filed
on n homestead in tho Sunset
neigborhood where thoy will
make their home. The Times
Herald wishes tho young pcoplo
happiness and prosperity.
C. I. Tuttle, general freight
agent of the Oregon Short Line,
nnd Carl Stradloy, chief cngineor
in chnrgo of tho Harriman rail
road surveys in this district, wero
hero in an auto Thursday. They
spent tho night in Burns going
to tho Hanley ranch yesterday
morning and wo understand went
to tho P Ranch in company with
Mr. Hnnloy, They did not dis
cuss any railroad matters! for pub
lication, but wo understand Mr,
Stradloy has a crow of surveyors
in tho field near Venator.
f,
Mnys & Finch, Tho Fixers, have
a Bicyclo hospital in tho Locher
Building.
8000 acres of good land lying
along proposed rnllroad routes
8 per- acre. See A. F. B.
eorgo.
Wanted 5 homesteaders to file
on Innd near place whoro work
can bo had nt once. Inquiro at
this office.
If you want a Studebaker
wagon in sizes from 2i to 3i call
on or sond to Brown's Satisfac
tory Storo and get prices.
Tho registered Jersey Bull of
C. M. IIufTmnn will again bo at
tho Cortes Elliott barn in this
city during this season.
Schenk Bros, havo received a
load of freight containing their
spring nnd summer supply of tho
latest fashions in shoes, hats,
shirts, etc.
Tho entiro stock of goods now
on display at tho new storo of
Hngoy &. Richardson, is fresh
and now. Patrons may find al
most anything desired there.
tThos.. Vickcra nnd son Len
camo over from Harney the first
of the week, tho former remain
ing several days to visit his
daughter, Mrs. W. W. Drink-
water.
"I cannot afTord to carry fire
insurance tho rates are too high"
cannot bo said of tho Horticultur
al Firo Relief. Let us figure
with you. Randall, Passenger &
ii;uuii(.'y. j
Cortes Elliot and wife camo in
Monday from a months' stay in
Portlnnd and visiting other
points of interest. They witness-'
cd the rose jTestivnl 'and had a
verycrrjflyable vacation alto
gether. Mrs. W. Y. King arrived home
on the auto Monday from a short
visit to outsido points. She at
tended tho Rebokah grand lodge
at Eugene and also was the
guest of relatives in Portlnnd
during tho rose festival. She
had a most plasant time while
out
N
A couple of light showers hnve
visited this vicinity recently but
not sufficient rain has fallen to be
of any mnterial benefit. Silver
creek had a good rain and per
haps other sections. The wcahter
is threatening today and we may
get a down pour which is much
needed. .
Thos. Stephens and R. Heck
are home from a week's fishing
trip to Lognn Valley. Thoy had
a fine outing and brought back
some fish. Thoy succeeded in
capturing one steel head salmon
and state there arc a number of
them up there having come up
the Malheur.
Glen Ireland and I. L. Pierce
spent a few days of this week in
vestigating some gold prospects
over near Buck mountnin. They
found some gold but are not much
excited about it. Mr. Pierce
said it rained good over there
nnd on the hend of Silver Creek,
but lower down thero was very
littlo.
II. J. Hansen, the rustling
meat market man of this city
has recently closed a deal where
by ho is tho owner of 80 acres of
tho C. A. Sweck plnco adjoining
Burns. Mr. Hansen paid a good
prico wo undersnnnd, but has a
fine piece of mendow and pas
turs land and will at onco move
his slnughtcr house to tho corner
nenr tho McMcnamy place.
If you are thinking of making
a trip to tho mountains, any time
this summer, to givo your wife
and family a chance to rest and
regain thoir health, do not over
look tho fact that at tho Mt
Vernon Hot Springs in Grant
County, Oregon, you will get
more pleasure for your money
and regain moro health than at
any other resort in Oregon.
Write for a pamphlet giving full
particulars,
Curtis Smith and brido arrived
here Tuesday evening from Can
yon City, tho marringo having
taken plnco Sunday evening in
stead of Wednesday as formerly
announced. Tho brido is a
daughter of V. G. Cozad an 1 is
ono of tho charming young Indies
of Eastern Oregon nnd is well
known in Burns where sho has
visited frequently. Mr. Smith is
connected with tho Lunaburg,
Dalton & Co. morcantilo firm and
is tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. G.
Smith of this city. Ho is ono of
tho substantial young men of
this section and has a bright fu
ture. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will
soon occupy their now homo just
being comploted in this city. A
largo number of their friends
gave them a serenade at tho C.
G, Smith homo Tuesday evening.
Thoy wero invited in and served
with ico cream and cako, Tho
happy young couplo received tho
nearty congratulations anu uest ii
wishes of a wido circle of friends. I
A. J. Evans, of Denver, reached
this city Thursday morning in
their auto. They are making a
kour of the interior and will visit
Bend, Silver Lake and other
points.
Pain anywhere stopped in 20
minutes sure with ono of Dr.
Snoop's Pink Pain Tnblets. The
Job printing Tho Timos-Horald
Ask your grocor for Cremo, tho
now breakfast food.
Tho very best accommodations
may bo oblnined at the Overland
Hotel. Meals 25 cents.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. I. Albright
wero among our visitors from
Narrows during tho week.
If you want Good Candy go to
tho Burns Kandy Kitchen. Home
mado candv, fresh every day.
McGco building on Btreet leading
to court house. Wm. Weber,
prop.
Miss Lea Robinson, who has
been absent for over a year with
relatives and friends in Portland
and Puget Sound, arrived home
yesterday in company with Mr.
Hanley in the auto. Tho young
lndy's many friends nro glad to
welcome her. y
J. II. Anderson has disposed t
of his Calamity Creek ranch to
F, A. Marklcy formerly of Reed
ville, this state. Mr. Anderson
is to remain on tho plnco until
tho first of November then ho
expects to go to Monument in
Grant county where he has in
terests. Estkav One bay horse, weight
about 1000 lbs. with a small blotch
brand on loft hip, bunch on right
knee and two wire cuts on same
log, came to my place near Warm
Springs a year ago. Owner may
have him by proving property
nnd paying expense.
J. E. Chandler,
Burns. Oregon.
Tho manager of this great re
ligious pretty near got into
trouble by announcing tho ar-i
rival of Mr. and Mrs. Varney
as "Baruoy." They arc at the
home of Mrs. Chas. Anderson,
nnd the latter has warned us to j
look out for her sister didn't
marry "Barnum." I
Rov. L. A. Myers, pastor of
It is
GOOD BUSINESS
to have
a
an
account
Even though you do not deal in large sums,
a bank establishes your credit, provides a safe
deposit for your cash, and systematizes your
business dealings.
WHY NOT OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US
HARNETC(HJNWNffl10NALBANK
OF BURNS, OREGON.
I r
CONTROLLED AND OWNED
BY
HOME '.PEOPLE.
BUYYOURDRUQSatOURSTORE
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 PLC' TO GET
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon.
tho Baptist church at Ontario, (jp rrl TrfcPI-I rT- n Ti r!
accompanied by his son and Mr. Itib bOURIn OF JULY I
Bums wi
is coming and
H
AA
Oekbate
i
formula is on tho 25-cent box. '
Ask your Doctor or Druggists
about this formula! Stop woman
ly pain, headache, pains nny
where. Write Dr. Shoop, Racine,
Wis, for free trial to prove value.
Reed Bros.
Died Wednesday morning
June 15, at tho county hospital,
L. Stuwart, ago 153 years. The
young man had only been here a
few weeks nnd was employed in
the Drinkwater blacksmith shop.
He took to his bed with spotted
fever last week. Tho remasns
were interred in the Burns cem
etery. He had no relatives here
but had a sister in Marysville,
California and two brothers,
parents are dead.
Are you ready? If not get busy and see
Lunaburg", Dalton & Co.
about your
SUIT, HATS, SHOES, ETC., ETC.
New Goods of all kinds arriving
Grain, Feed, Groceries, Produce, Cherries,
Straw Berries, Bananas, and Oranges.
SOME SNAPS TO PICK UP FOR EARLY ONES
4
MOTE'S CANDY STOKE
lias just received a fresh lot of
CANDIliS, CIGARS, TOBACCO
New and handsome Post
Cards, Stationery, Ink,
Pens, 1'cncils, Novelties.
A SPECIALTY OF BOX CANDY EXTRA
Fine assortment of everything
D.R. MOTE, Burns, Oregon
A IVIAN
is known by the harness he uses
His' A TTAAYim A 1...11 JJl.l. .
n viiuuiiiivu Dy ine saauie ne riues.
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
ZEEa-rrxess i:n.d. Saddles
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The Eastern Oregon,
Engineering Co.
CIVIL, MUNICIPAL AND
IRRIGATION ENGINEERS
Mnin Olllce, Hums, Oregon
A. 0. FAUI.KNEH, MRr. jl
Drnnch Office, Lakcvicw, Oregon
C. M. KAULKKKII, MUI".
RANDALL, PASSENGER & MALONEY
Government Land Locators nnd dealers In
HARNEY COUNTY LANDS
ROOMS 1-2-3 01)1) FtiLLOW HLDG., BURNS, OREGON
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Grand Celebration
July 4, Burns, Or
FOUR DAYS SPORT
JULY 2, 3, 4 AND 5, 1910
Horse Races, Baseb 'II, Dancing, Music
Hon. Fi-ank Davey, Orator of the day
Prof. M. A. Biggs, reader of Declaration
STREET PARADE JULY 4
See posters for full program
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