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KJlriBS-fXBrald. ! AllOKBT OIHCUI.ATION OK iKWRrAPKIl IN TIHB COUNTY. LTl'RDAY. M.UU'lt U. Ivll Local News. ys routy J or jon wovk. eriek Patterns at Luna lalton & Co. Saturday, March 4, to Hd Mrs. Alma Davis, a son. ey a, uicmmison aro nenu- ers for the very bestgrocor- Heiulricks was a business from Lawen tho first of reek. the Inland Empire Rcal- L if you have anything for ir c a ...ngc. . Shafer, and wife have into the W. E. Huston across the street from Mlico. t . .. , .. irvnen noioi serves u Sunday dinner and special tion is Riven to family fee. rl Horstman and II. J. Irts were up from Virginia section Thursday on busi- Defore the land ollice. Minnie Fireoved is pre- to nurse patients at the C. buch homo in Bums. Con kont cases solicited. ink Miller left for his home lion county Thursday morn- Itfter visiting with his sister, IJoisa, and his uncle Gins. for several weeks. tW DRAPERY GOODS AT BUSY CORNER STORE. Fry building formerly oc- td by I. Schwartz is being ted for new tenants. Joe jr w ill move his saloon there kvill occupy tho North half , first class restaurant F. Rentfro of the Warm rigs section was in mo cuy ig the week trying to find n in order that the family move to Burns for a time. Bcs are scarce at tins time ear and some one with means Hd build cottages for rent. EW SILK PETTICOATS AT BUSY CORNER STORE. bhn Myers has disposed of Capitol barber shop to Clar- i Lucky and expects to leave for Portland and Willamette ey points. He is undecided what line of business he (follow in the future. teorge E. Davis arrived from irio last week. Mrs. Davis been quite ill for the past weeks and was so bad last that Judge Davis was sum- Hod home. She is reported to ipnning. Blue Mt. Eagle. stray I have at my place Prod muley cow, 1 years and aded 0 E connected with bar i-con on right hip; Marked. off left ear and overbit in it. Owner prove property pay charger. rll. J. Hakdisty, Burns, Ore. Pphone Har-Jisty Station. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON at the close of biwincsa March 7th, 1911 RESOURCES Loans and Discount $270,777.78 U. S. Bonds 60,000.00 Bonds and Securities 58,029.45 Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000.00 Real Estate, Furnituro nnd Fixtures G.G00.00 Fivo por cent Redemption Fund 1,250.00 CASH 91,356.98 $480,914.21 LIABILITIES Capital $25,000.00 Surplus nnd Undivided Profits 53,432.51 Circulation 25,000.00 DEPOSITS 383,481.70 $480,914.21 Capital and Surplus $75,000.00 United States Depositary We Offer to Depositors Absolute Safety" and Efficient Service. Accounts Invited Alteration f reo at Schonk Bros. Chop bnrloy nt E. B. Reed & Spring seed wheat at tho Busy Corner Store. Tho Home Hotel is tho comfor table place to board. NEW DRESS GOODS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. The show is gradually disap learing since the chinook wind of last Sunday and tho stockmen are now in better spirits. NEW RIBBONS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. Miss Hazel Cozad came over from her Canyon City home Tuesdny to visit for a time with her sister, Mrs. Curtis Smith, and other relatives. NEW GINGHAMS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. BoitN Tuesday, March 7, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Struck, a daughter. Chop barley and the finest of seed barley at tho Harney Valley Brewery. Mrs. R. D. Cooper is enjoying a visit from her brother Prof. F. L. Peck of Salem. " Raw Fuks Highest price for all kinds of raw furs. Write me. Frank B. Glknn, Vale, Oregon. A hungry people should re member tho sunner to be iriven Customers nnd others desiring, by tho Presbyterian Ladies Aid us to settle their taxes will please on Friday evening, March 17 at send us sheriffs statement of the' tho Odd Fellows banquet room. amount due together with instruc-' tions for payment of same. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of BURNS, OREGON. The Chinook wind last Sunday started tho snow to melting nnd since that time it has been grad ually disappearing to -such an ex tent that stock can bo turned on tho range and danger of loss from lack of feed has passed. NEW BLANKETS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE- At tho meeting of tho Ladies' Afternoon Club last Saturday at the home of Mrs. I. H. Holland the following officers were elected for the ensuing: President, Mrs. A. Egli; vice president, Dr. Eliza beth Ellis; secretary, Mrs. A. O. Faulkner; treasurer, Mrs. J. W. Geary; librarian, Mrs. Wm. Mil ler. The committee on pictures for the new school building pre sented three from which the club was asked to choose one. . Upon a vote taken the "Sistine Ma donna," by Raphael, was selected. NEW LACE CURTAINS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. While in tho city last week Supt Hamilton informed The Times-Herald that thcro would be an apportionment of school money during this month to tho amount of between $3 and $4 per pupil. NEW LINGERIE WAISTS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. EsTitAY Taken up near Lawen in January ono white mare, weight nbout 1000 lbs branded 8E on left jaw; ono brown mare weight about 1000 lbs branded C I E on loft shoulder-both work animals. Owner call, pay charges and tnke properly. Frank Cattkuson, Lawen, Oregon, You will never again bo Quito as you aro today mentally or physically. Perhaps not ever again will you bo nblo to got so "young" a photograph -that looks liko you as today. Visll the Saycr Studio. usy Corner Store Is Now In Its New Home In HE NEW MASONIC BUILDING The Shelves are Filled With a- New and Up-to-Date Stock SO CASES OF SHOES 50 Have Just Been Placed In Stock. Wo Aro Local Agents For Tho FAMOUS NETTLETON SHOES Stock Includes 10 Styles of Half Shoes, Ties and Strap Pumps We Aro Showing a New Lino of Ladies' and Chita's Ready-to-Wear Dresses !In The Latest Stvles Novel Effects Beautiful Fabric . Finest Finish Excellent Workmanship 1. Schwartz L Schwartz- PROPRIETOR PROPRIETOR. Son'B. NEW PERCALES AT THE BUSY COHNEU STOKE. You nlwayB got valuo received when trading at Ilngoy & Rich ardson's. Dr. II. Dcnman nnd S. M. Tnlhot wore up from Hnrriman Tuesday. A fino now lot of dried fruits havo been added to thu stock at Reed's Grocory Store. Tho porsonnl attention riven guests nt tho French Hotel hns given it n good reputation L. B. Culp, Prop. Wo aro sorry to noto that Chas. Brittinjrhiun has boon confined to his homo for somo timo with rheumatism. Sco THE INLAND EMPIRE REALTY COMPANY, thoy want 20 GOOD RELINQUISHMENTS QUICK. Tho mnny friends of Wm. Stewart are pleased to learn ho is nblo to sit up and ho is improv ing very satisfactorily. Miss Leonn Thompson arrived home Tuesday. She had been in Portland and Boise visiting rela tives since Inst fall. Suppor will be served in the Odd Fellows banquet room by tho Presbvterinn Ladies Aid on Fri day evening, March 17. Miss K. Nougclmucr is located in the Jorgcnseu building south Main St, and is prepared to do all kinds of dress making. Supt- Gilcrest of the P. L. S. Co. was hero for n few days this week leaving Wednesday for a visit to some of the ranches. Those reduced prices to bo fouhd in Young's Meat Market & Grocery ad will only be in force until March 1C. Get busy. Sheriff Richardson has sold his Buic auto to C. W. Loggan and will buy a new 1011 mode! of tho samo machine ns soon as tho roads arc in shape to bring it in from tho railroad. Louie Woldenberg of the Can yon City Commercial company left for Walla Walla for a few days business visit at that place. Ho lias been wintering tho stock ho operated tho stage line with nt that place. They have been in charge of Rodney Cozad of this place. Blue Mt, Englo. Attention is called to the ad of Mothcrshead & Donegan in this issue. The boys havo very plea sant quarters in the Masonic building and aro ready for busi ness in their line. They have taken over the insurance business formerly handled by both M. L. Lewis and Irving Miller and aro ready to tako care of all business in that line, representing some of tho strongest companies. Alfred Bonjnmino clothing nt Schcnk Bros. in Alvn Springer nnd wlfo aro tho city. Cleaning and pressing for ladles and gentlemen at Sehenk Bros. Everything for every body nt tho Lunnburg, Dalton & Co. Department Store. Regular preaching services nl tho Baptist church tomorrow morning nnd ovoning. Tho Burns Flour Milling Co. will pay 24 cents por pound for wheat or barley. Mrs. Ralph Beery is a guest at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boery in this city. Tho bnby daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess Ferguson has been quite sick but is reported bettor. Wo havo received our now Spring Bnmples for suits. Come and seo thorn Sehenk Bros. G. L. Ilcmbreo nnd wife, Mrs. Bert Parker nnd W. O. Best are among our vistors from Silver creolc. Chas E. Berry went over to Silver creek the first of this week nnd was nearly marooned by tho high water. Win. Berg nnd brother were in the city on business UiIb week. Their sister is absent in Seattle but expects to return soon. J. F. Conrad was up from tho Sunset section yesterday. He Bays that tho snow in that neigh borhood is disappearing very rap idly. Reatos for sale, all Bizes and lengths, price 120 cents per foot. Any one desiring Reatos address W. A. Ford of J. O. Alberson, Alborson, Oregon. Little Miss Anna Sprague had a very enjoyable birthday party at her homo last Monday. There wcro 43 of her school mates pre sent. Chris Lnckmnn brought the manager of this great religious weekly the first green onions of the season so far as wo know. They aro firm, sweet and first class in every rcspecL They were grown in tho garden from seed sown last fall and so pro tected during the winter that they hardly stopped growing. Amos Oldficld has promised us somo green onions for our Sun day dinner from his hot beds grown, from old onions set out last month. And this in Central Oregon. ROLLED BARLEY AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. A meeting was held at tho Presbyterian church Wednesday evening at which the proposition of a new church was discussed. Everything seems favorable to the erection of a handsomo new building and those most interest ed aro much encouraged at tho outlook. A committee consisting of Dr. L. E. Hibbard, J, L. Gault and A. S. Swain was appointed to investigate more definitely. The80 gentlemen nrc now con sidering plans nnd it is hoped soon to have everything in readi ness for activo work. NEW CALICOS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. Mrs. W. E. Smith left hero Tuesday morning in responso to a messngo that her littlo grand daughter, youngest child of Mr. and Mrs Vic Gibson, was danger ously ill with infnntilo spinal meningitis nt their homo in Port land. It wns rumored on tho street that Mrs. Gibson wns suf fering from meningitis also, but this proved to bo a mistake. Sho has been ill but it was on account of worry for tho littlo dnughter. Mr.-Smith sayB a lato lotter reports tho littlo sufferer better but tho physicians hold out no hopes for her recovory. Mrs. Smith will bo absont Un in definite timo and expepta to K to Winlock, Wash., to eeo her mother before s)io returns homo. If you want to make a trade, sell your relinquishment or other property tho Inlnnd Empire Real ty Co. will bo of great assistance to you. They have sold others and can sell yours. Henry Messner was up from his land holdings Tuesdny to meet his friend Joe Cunningham who had just returned homo from a trip to Oklahoma where he had shipped some horses. Particular people do their trading at tho Hagcy & Richard son general merchandise store where a fino lino of dry goods, furnishings, shoes, etc is always found. NEW SILK WAISTS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. Estiiav -Sorrel horse, blaze face, two white hind feet, ago 3 years, weight about you, oranu B II L connected on right stifle. tho B reversed: also II on left stiflle. Been nt my Emigrant creek place all winter. Owner call and pay charges. Paul Finkk, Burns, Oregon. Hon. W. C. Parrish joint sena tor from this district returned from Salem bust week. The sen ntor has shaven his mustache during his absence nnd it' took his friends a second glance to satisfy themselves that ho was bringing home the samo faco ho took to Salem.- Blue ML Eagle The public school pupils aro being rehearsed for an entertain ment to bo given April 1 at Loch er's hall. Tho funds thus i;e cured will bo used to purchase pictures for tho now school build ing. Tho affair is being ar ranged by tho teachers and promises to bo a most enjoynblo ono that will bo a credit to all concerned. Hnrnoy county's portion of tho 25 por cent apportionment of tho forest rescrvo fund was $1,2G1.G0. Its portion of thoB per cent of tho public land sales amounts to $1,505. Thcso amounts go to tho road fund nnd help to build better highways. This county received the largest ap portionment in tho state under tho hitter fund, showing that thoro has been a greater amount of public land disposed of hero than any other county in tho state, Tho beautiful homo of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hansen wns tho sceno of two vory enjoyable ovoning parties this week. On Tuesday evening they had as guests tho younger set and all present had a delightful timo. Tho highest honors nt cards going to Mrs. A. C. Wclcomo nnd Dr. Grifllth. Mrs. Curtis Smith and L. E. Lauronco wore awarded tho con solations. Thursday evening thoy had as guests tho older pco plo who thoroughly enjoyed their hospitality nnd expressed warm appreciation of thoir manner of ontorUiinmonL Mrs. Julian Byrd and Jnko Welcomo had tho high est scores nt cards. Dainty re freshments woro served. NEW HATS FOR MEN AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. P. O. and E. Y. Bostrom, brothers, of Gooding, Idaho, nrc here to look at the country. The old cowb and the sheej) aro glad of the opportunity to got to the bills and a change of feed. Messrs. Faulkner and Dillirrd of; tho Eastern Oivgon Engineer ing Co., are out in tho country looking after some business mat ters. A. Beckley came up from his homo near Wnvorly the fore part or this week, Having some coyote and cat hides to dispose of and other business. OUT OP TOWN TAYPAYERS Tho Harney County National Bank will bo pleased to attend to tho paymentof your taxes upon receipt of your instructions. The official statements of our two banks appearing today show a very decided prosperous condi tion of this section and reflect credit to the Harney country. Blue prints of any township in Burns Land District, showing name of entryman, date and kind of entry, topography, etc., $1.00 each. Plait T. Randall, Burns, Ore. Clay Clemens mill is the near est one to Burns where nil kinds of lumber both rough and dress ed can be had. Near Canyon road. Call him by 'phone for quick orders. Supt. Gilcrest received a mes sage at noon today announcing tho death of Bart Cronin at Portland. No particulars were received. Wo will give further information next issue. On account of conflicting dates the basket ball game between the high school and town girl teams will be played at I.ocher'8 hall on Tuesday, March 14th in stead of the 15th as formerly advertised. Rkwaiip 1 will pay 3 per head for information which leads mo to secure any cattle branded with three horizontal bars on eith er or both hips, car mark upper slope in ench car. HICKMAN 1CU1I, Lawen. Oregon. NEW FANCY GOODS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE. TJie most common cause of in- somania is disorders of the stomach. Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver TnbloLs correct these disorders nnd enable you to sleep. For sale ly all good Dealers. Martin Koopman was in the city Tuesday and stated he would leave this week for Olympia, Wash., to look after somo busi ness that demands his personal attention. He will bo absent for several weeks. Mr. Koopman informs us that the people of his neighborhood have been doing more good work in rabbit drives. A recent drive resulted in cap turing 500 and a couple of days later Lester and Ora Hamilton, Mr. Ivowe and Mr Eichner went out for a day's shoot and killed 180. NEW FRENCH GINGHAMS ATTHE BUSY CORNERSTORE A few friends of Mrs. A. K. Richnrdson gave her a surprise last Saturday evening, it being the anniversary of her birth. Mrs. Richardson was born on the day Lincoln was inaugurated president for the second term. She was particularly pleased by tho kindly remembrance of her friends nnd was one of the live liest of the "bunch" who played "Dutch whist," danced and made merry for tho entire evening. During tho serving of refresh ments sho was presented with a handsomu cut glass sherbet set as a token of esteem by tho iruests. Mrs. Richardson at tempted to express her apprecia tion but with Lon Richardson nnd Morsis Schwartz present to "guy" it was impossible for any one to really taiK in a serious manner. Notice (if Final Settlement In the County Court for Iliiruc) County, StnteofOiTKon. In tlie mutter of t lie cslnlc of I'cler Andre v,jlrcemcil. Notice i lieu-liy gheii thnt I lie under l'iieil executor of unlit citntc lias tiled liU fliml uccouut herein iih by law re quired, nnd that by order of anld court the Sth day of April, 1011, nt 10 o'clock A. M. nt the court home nt llurnti, Oic- Kiii, lum ttccn llxcd in the time and place for the hcnriiiK of objections to caul ac count nnd the settlement thcieofjnll iier- qom lmvlti(,' mich objection mutt (lie the nine on or Itclorc wild time ol ucnriiur. Dated Mnrcb 11, IUU. linWAiinJ, Oati.ow. Iiiecutor JOHN ROBINSON Stock Inspector, Harney Conuty. REPORT OP THE CONDITION OP THE HARNEYCOUNTY NATIONAL BANK Of BURNS, Oregon, Made to the Comptroller of Currency, March 7th, 1911. RESOURCES Lonnn $201,337.42 United Statcs'Bonds ... 20,275.94 Municipal Bonds and County Warrants 34,239.90 Furniture and Fixtures 3,703.77 CASH 137,103.86 $39C,GC0.95 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $20,000.00 Surpluii and Profits 15.832.9G Circulation 19,500.00 DEPOSITS i 335,327.99 $39G,GG0.95 Wc Know Your Wants and Want Your Banking Business. "Your Home Institution:" 17 5 : 'DRUGS THE WELCOME PHARMACY YEARS experience in the Drug I3usi ness. We have no dead stock Our goods are clean and new. When you buy your drugs from us you can rest assured that they are pure, fresh and will have the effect which your doctor desires. You can also lind new and up to date Stationery, Fresh Candies, Domestic and Imported Cigars, Rub ber Goods, Fancy Soaps, Pipes, Etc. . STA TIONERY s Clevenger's Furniture Store dishes-dishes! When vou want Dishes come in nml tnlk to us. Wo aro lire-' pared to supply you in whatever is necessary. FURNITURE ROCKI'.RS, DININO CHAIRS, MORRIS CHAIRS, COUCMI-S, DININO TAULI-5 I.II1RARY TAIILUS, CIIILDKENS' PURNITURK, RU(JS, Bl-DSTKADS GLASSWARE Iland-JPainted China Complete Dinner Sets Plain Earthenware -AT RIGHT PRICES -AT- Clevenger's Furniture Store SAVE TIME MONEY MUSCLE TheWorkingCapacityisEnormousofthe FARM Pump Engine Always on the hustle; a tireless worker, that needs no boss. It tackles any task; cuts hours to minutes; cuts cost to pennies; cuts out the wear and tear on muscles; keeps men from becoming machines; pays handsome daily in cash saved and work performed. Tho engine will pump sufficient water in less than half hour for tho average family's daily use at a cost of not more than three fourths of a cent. Fits Any Standard Pump Pumps 400 to 1,000 Gallons per Hour Tell us about your requirements, wo can meet them; if interested in Larger Engines ask for catalogue of FULLER & JOHNSON'S Double Efficiency Engims. W. T. SMITH Agent for Harney County . -,-,-w .". ---,., - -fe. -. Home AiUlron lliirim, Orti K. (3. DiiXAitu Kotinorly Ant, Kimlm-cr lull, H, lU'vlamnliim Ht-r vlfo. A. 0. Raui.knkk I'oriiii'rl) ( liK'l Ki' KlnoiT ' llulru .1 WtnU'ru II) Eastern Oregon Engineering Company CIVIL AND IHHIGA'IION liNGINIBS Hums, Oregon Thoro is only ono good plnco to go for GOOD DRUGS. STATIONERY, CIGARS, HOOKS, CONFECTIONERY, and TOILET ARTICLES REED IIROS. DRUG STORE Tho store maintained and operated for your con venience and satisfaction. Ono that you can rely on at all times. The City Drug Store REED BROS., Proprietors 'w.-" v'aKj)-v.,.