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the Largest ClrcuUllen Of Any Newspaper In Hrny County. ' SATURDAY. APP.ll. It. 113 - Local News. Use Nyals Rheumatic Remedy. Ladies fine shoes in suede and hite buckskin at Schwartz'. Roland Hankinsand wife were er from Harney Wednesday. Miss Julia McKenzie is the est of friends in Burns this k. LADIES HOSPITAL, Private d comfortable care, Mrs. W. T. ster. Burns, Orejron. Mrs. Alvin Hurlburt and little n have been visiting at the e of hr parents, Mr. and ra. C. A. Sweek, this week. A. Dunn will have charge of y wood business in Burns this inter. Dry wood on hand to y part of town F. 0. Jackson. 52. tf J. T. Barnes is over from Otis k this week greeting old e friends. He and Mrs. Barn- have been over there all win- r. Miss Myrtle Irving was the. eat of frienda in this city dur-' k the week. She has finished Mr school in t h e district just flow I ,awen. ('has and John Mericle were town Thursday 4 making proof their homesteads. They were iate.1 by Fay Comegys and A. cKenzie as witnesses. Frank Billington, who has n with the Lampshire garage ce it was opened, expects to e his departure next week for e east where he goes to visit s aged parents. Mr. Billing- n has made manv friends dur- g his sojourn in Burns who sh him a pleasant visit. Two good residence lots, in I rns, under cultivation with I me truit trees and a large i timber of small berry bushes, inder an irrigation ditch, fenced. well built barn on them that ill house 12 tons of hay and II room for 8 head of stock. quire at this office. 16tf J. W. Brown and wife and ughter Anna, who have been re with relatives since last fall, ft Wednesday on the auto for nd where Mr. Brown and his n Claude have been doing con- ct work. Mr. Brown came er to build a residence for his n-in-law Alex. Hanley, on the rm east of Burns on the Can- n road. Report Of The Condition Of The First National Bank At Barns, Oregon. Apr. 4th, 1913. RESOURCES I,oan3 and Discounts U. S. Bonds Bonds and Securities Premium on U. S. Bonds Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures Five per cent Redemption Fund . . , CASH $:13H,328.54 50,000.00 52,623.96 . . 2,000.00 ft. 504. 92 1,250.00 . 156,877.05 $609,584.47 LIABILITIES Capital $25,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 76,040.72 Circulation 25,000.00 DEPOSITS 483,543.75 $609,584.47 Capital and Surplus SI OO.OOO. ONE YEAR'S GROWTH Resource, Apr. 4th 1913 Resource, Apr. 4th 1912 Increase In One Year V. S. DEPOSITARY - - $609,584.47 $479,934.02 $120,650.45 ACCOUNTS INVITED First National Bank "OHM iw! Blsicrt atonic In Harney Co." Burns, Harney Co., Ore. medicine 10 tf Use Nyals Cough for baby '8 cough. Scott Catterson was in town a few days this week. Baled hay, Bran and all kinds of grains at The Burns Dept. Store. Henry Black was u K. K. LarSM is in town. W. L Best is over from Silver Creek. Use Nyals Stone Root Comp. for the kidneys. 10 tf Alva Springer has been in j town this week, passenger! For Sale RanaahAM furniture out on the auto Wednesday morn- . CaH on Mrs lMvu (;oodow ing auer a uusiness visit, nere oi a few days. "ltnprH and wife were . . , I down from Harney the first of Among those from the south- in4, v,.,,,, ern part of the county this week I y Beatty, John McLean. "" r'- mu,:ml j rwi "a,ne8 came over i rom narney yester- are J. C. Beatty, John McLean, Kd Catlow and J. E. Rounseville. Dr. W. ft Brown and Dr. Tnl- liann hava their new nffioea nrv. Call at the nCW "" .- .. .... TW -...V... , posite this ofnee building in day evening. jewelry store of Salisbury and see how nicely readiness to receive their friends. he ia "1 ul to car of JThe Odd Fellows and affiliated era are preparing to celebrate anniversary of the order on ril 26th. The organizations going to give a big dance at nawama on the night of April which will be made an old hioned affair to some extent- nty of "squre" dances with of fun and visits between. ticulars will be given later. is expected a large number of of town members will be nt. For Sale 7-year-old horse j well broke weight about 1400 lbs. tall, good action and suitable for a driver. Price $135. - A. O. Skotterud. Bums. Now is the time to get sweep ing reductions on Gents Furnish ings, Suits, Hats, Caps. Shirts, Socks, Boots and Shoes. Fred Haines, Burns, Ore. A limited supply of good, clean acclimated alfalfa seed may be had at the Burns Hardware Co's. store. Now is the time to get it and be ready to sow when the weather and soil are right Sheriff Richardson came home Thursday evening from a pro fessional trip to Seattle. He is now quite busv looking after his duties in connection with the term of district court. LADIES! Your Opportunity Is Now At Hand To Secure Your Choice Of The Latest Kobe Silk, Silk Panama, Silk Pop lin, Washable Silk Voile, Gaze Mar vel, Serge, Lennox Poplin, Stripea Messaline, Cambridge Zepher, Pan ama, Messaline, Silk Ratine, Ver ona Voile, Striped Taffeta, Windsor Plesse, Vigeaux Serge, Laurette Shantung, Rufflings and Trimmings This Nifty New Line has just arrived and will be ready for your inspection the first of the week Come early and take your choice while the variety lasts. Nothing later will be shown in Burns this season I. SCHWARTZ - General Merchandise - flasonlc Building, - - Burns, Orxftm your wants. Dr. Harrison was called to Dia mond this week to see Mrs. Mar ion Horton who was suffering from heart trouble. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR t $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. One truck came mi this week from Bend loaded with a variety of Koods, bringing a little for several which was quite an ac commodation. Clay Clemens mill is the near est one to Burns where all kinds of lumber both rough and dress ed can be had. Near Canyon road. Call him bv 'phone. As I am moving my saw mill I have four or live old buildings at the old site that I will dispose of at a bargain. Any one need ing such material should see me at once Clay Clemens. 13tf The Comntroller of Currency calls April 4th for a report from all National banks. The Harney County National Bank shows a substantial increase in business, with its usual strong cash re serve. Mr. Burgeron of Narrows play ed for the base ball dance given last night at Tonawama and those who attended compliment the muHic very hiurhly. He was assisted by Miss Florence Hoffe ditz and Elmer McManus. Good programs of the pictures have been .secured for tonight at Tonawama. One of those pop ular Indian pictures is among the eollMtfcxL Some good scenic and ciliKVtional pictures. Come! Usual prices of admission to the pictures at Tonawama tonight and tomorrow Right Music. The reports of our two banks are certainly creditable showing a very material increase In their resources over the last statement. The growth of The First National Bank for a year is phenominal indicating the remarkable growth of the country as the banks pros per in proportion to the commun ity in which they IM located. A friend ! reived a telephone messaKe from Or. C. C. Griffith last Wednesday stating be would be in Burns the lirst of next week. He is feeling lino and no doubt be ready at once to resume his practice. Dr. Griffith has been absent much longer than he contemplated but his many friends will be delighted to know f his return in good health. You will find tf at the Burns Department Store. Mrs. Jason Bennett was a visi tor to the city this week. Commissioner Bain was down from Harney this week. Geo. Buchan and wife were in town a few days this week. try Nyals family medicine a The Welome Pharmacy. 10 tf Geo. Howe was over from his home on Calamity during the week. Circuit court has brought a large number of people to town this week. Pictures tonight and tomorrow night at Tonawama. New reels and some fine fun. Mrs. H. C. Levens was ill at her home near Burns the first of the week, but is now improved. Mrs. A. E. Brown has been in town this week visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Geo. A. Smyth. The autos are making trips to and from Bend now quite often and seem to make good time in spite of bad roads. Richard Haines was among our visitors the fore part of the week returning home Tuesday to re sume his spring work. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR $ I I SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. J. A. Kberle is having consid erable improvement done on his place near the Kmbree bridge. He will crop a large acreage this season. Rolled wheat is the milk and egjr producer try it. Better and cheaper than bran. Sold by W. A. Goodman. Phone him your order. ' Court Stenographer Walker came over from Ontario this week to attend his official duties. He reports Mrs. Walker in good health. Wanted Two relinquishments joining or within close distance of each other. Miss Kthel Haines, Burns, Oregon. Will Gould is again at work in the post office. Alma Davis, who had been deputy, having found his health would not permit his remaining in doors. W. A. Goodman sells Rolled Barley at lie. Rolled Wheat at lie. Clean seed Barley, lie, Good Wheat lie at his barn in the west part of town. titf. Voltage Vapor. The weatherman says, "Cheer up. Spring is coming." The pessimist growls, "So is Christ mas." M. E. Race the Voltage mer chant, made a business trip to Burns this week. He will make final proof on his homestead. Miss Gladys Bartlett went to the Narrows last week to work for R. L. Hass. Ted Dunn, Frank Dunn, W. Dunn, and Willie Dunn are at tending court in Burns this week. Mrs. Lyle Jones was pleasantly surprised on the evening of April 1st when a few friends and neighbors assembled to help her celebrate her biithday. Games were played until a late hour. Lunch was served, and all depart ed voting Mrs. Jones a delight ful hostess. H. E. Quier left for Princeton, Sunday after a visit with Voltage friends. Claud Schug and George Hall have completed a fine piece of farm work for Tom Russel. The boys should be able to do good work as they work in relay style. Day shifts only. Miss Laura Dawson visited Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Senset. Harley Quier and Miss Nellie Marshall attended the Narrows dance last Saturday. Earl Dunning made a flying trip to the Narrows Saturday. Kay and Culver Marshall have been absent from school for sev eral days on account of sickness. John Durall and Mr. Leader are clearing brush for M. E. Race. The dance at A. Springers was well attended and enjoyed by all present. Those from Princeton and Waverly were Mr. and Mrs. L. Van Dorn and children, Misses Laura Wiley, Grace Fitchet and sister, Hazel Van Dorn, Ixra Quier and Messrs. Joe Fitchet, L. Fitchett. Lyle Hill, Lloyd Hill and Alva Quier. W. E. Marshall has moved to his desert claim- Calvin Jones, who has been working on the railroad, is spend ing a few weeks at home. The school bell failed to ring April 1st. Why? Because the clapper was muffled. Who did it? Parties not known, although several young men look guilty. A joke is a joke and that was one. Who on? ScRiHiii.iNu Silas. Kodak time is here. Kodaks at The Welcome Phar macy. Arthur Beede is among our vis itors from Drewsey. Fresh home made lard 17c at Hansen's meat market. tf Fred Hereth was up from his home near Narrows Thursday. Scott Haley is greeting friends and old acquaintances in Burns. New pumps for ladies at Schwartz' in patent and velvet Just arrived. See them. Send your orders to The Wel come Pharmacy they will pay the postage or freight. For Sale or Trade-Eighty acres four miles from Ontario, Ore. ; sixty-five acres in five year old orchard. Cuts 850 tons of alfalfa; good improvements; school house and R, R. switch on place. For further particulars write J. 0. Scritchfleld, Fruit land, Idaho. 21-22 Rod and Gun Club Meets A meeting of the Harney Co. Rod and Gun Club was held at The Times-Herald office Thurs day evening and the matter of arranging for trap shooting was taken up and the new game laws discussed. It was decided to shoot at traps tomorrow after noon at 1 o'clock and later a reg ular time and day will be set each week for the sport. The Club will hold its annual meeting next Tuesday evening, April 15th at the Times-Herald office at which time reports of the secretary and treasurer will be read and the officers for the ensuing year will be elected. All members are urged to be present. SOME FARM NEWS. H.V I.. K. IlKKIIIlll'I'l Visited Sunset Sub-station which is under the care of Mr. 1 1 en tie v. Mr. Henney has been very thorough in the preparation of this station and has it in fine shape as far as is in his power. The moisture conditions are good, but the land is very sandy and will require some time and the addition of considerable quanti ties of humus to put it in ideal condition. However good results should come from some crops, es pecially alfalfa The land was measured off into plots and plans made for the plantings to be made this year. Answered many- letters of in quiry from people here and out side in regard to dry farming, crops adapted, etc., etc. Mailed out several more packages of seeds to Co-operators. A. W. Walters has been em ployed as permanent teamster at the Station. Lyle Dawson will be located at the Station this summer. The winter grains are growing slowly. The chance has not come for seeding the field peas. The land is too wet to work. Seed ing will probably be done about the 10 of April. Would prefer that it was done by the first of April. Visited the Valley View sub station under the care of Mr. Shaver. This station is in good condition as to moisture. Staked it out and made plans for plant ing this year. Visited the Harriman sub-station on the place of Mr. Laythe, now under the care of Mr. Curry. Staked the place out into plots and made plans for planting this year. This station is in good condition and should give fair results. The moisture conditions are good, but the soil is a bad one to bake and form slick spots. Visited the Waverly sub-station and made plans for planting this year. Tbe moisture conditions are only fair on this station. However, the land which is of the foothill type is good. Good results should be had with the best dry land crops. To give an idea of the kind of a test of varieties that will be made on the Experiment Station this year there will be between sixty and seventy different vari eties of field peas alone planted. Which ono ia the beat for Harney County? That's what we are planting them for. Baptiat Church. Federal Appointment for Burns The Times-Herald received the following telegram at noon today respecting the appointment of a post master and receiver of the land office at Burns: "Washington, April VI. Have not recommended post master. Joint recommendation tor receiv er filed with Secretary of Interior but prefer Executive D p&rtmenl announce the ipp liniment. GEO. E. CHAMfeERLAIN." The Harney County National Bank OF BURNS, OREGON "firl"' United fltalM Dapoailarr Poet al) Savin EXPLANATION OF FIGURES SHOWING OUR CONDITION APRIL 4th, 1S1 Agricultural Club Elects Officers Sunday School with classes for all ages 10 a. m. Services of worship and preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Young People's Union Meeting at Presbyterian Church 7 p. m. Morning Theme: "How to Plant Wheat." Evening Tepic: "What la the Size of Your Hat?" Men behind the counter special ly invited to the evening service. A meeting of the Agricultural Club was held Wednesday even ing at the high school and the organization perfected. Dr. L. E. Hibbard was elected president H. J. Jokisch vice president and Roy Beede secretary. A consti tution and by-laws were adopted. Another meeting will be held on Tuesday evening, May 6 and the charter will be held open un til that date for additional mem bers. It is the Intention to have the regular meetings on the first Tuesday in each month. A pro gram will be rendered at the next meeting and it is hoped all who are interested in such work will be present. Presbyterian Church Tomorrow. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Rev. Joseph Herbert will sii ply the pulpit in the absence of Dr. Babbidge who will be in the country for a few days. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. All evening services are now on the summer schedule which is 30 minutes later than formerly. C. C. Babbidge, Pastor. Dr. Harrison received some very valuable electrical equip ment to his office this week and with the aid of Tonawama light plant has been ab'e to relieve several patients by its use. This equipment is very complete. No. 629.S apart at Um i Mtftttea ol th FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS, In Hit khi ol OrafM, ' llif i Ion- nf hull DM, April lli lul.. Maotw k Niann ami IHS'-uunla Overdrafts, saiuiail ami iiiian-urnl I H Botit a In hoi in.- 1-lri-ulnllnn 0 n ii..u.i I.. . -.!. r s ptpartu lioxioo. ! mm postal Btrlagi 1.000 00 otbsr boniln iii ii't-urc r - Doejoatli 9-; limtiurr 1'utlnl eal In" $!.'' ini 1 H in. ml. N liainl Premiums 4111 V h iiumla Houdi, securities, ate tunning liuuit.fmiillurv anil rliturt-a OUir Keel Kststi'. uwnpil Due from National Haiiaa lt"l N sere agents) I'tic from Hutu mil t'rivatv llalika n.l Bankers. Trim OaajaaAli a ami Having! Hanks Ima from approve! rrM-rw annntn 1 htw nn anil otlii-r rah Itt'inn Nottiof oilier National IUi.nl fractional paper intriiiev. nKkeln. anil i-otila l.iwili Mi'--i Iti'M .. IN Hank vli: M j , 1 1- l nil- I eg 1 Temler nolea .'1 00 KatUutplloli fuuil will) I' H Ireanur ar (ft par Mat of t-iri i.lailoni 3.ti HI 4" IJH 0.1 .'.00000 II .KWK' I .on) o. 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EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT SURGEON SPECIALIST of tutjana. Oregon, ia now at HOTEL BURNS and will ramain until Wednesday neat. Dr. Edtnunds is a graduate of the best school In the country, including Univer sity of Michigan, Bellevue Hospital Clinic, etc., and is prepared to do all work of treatment in his Una, including catarrhal disaaaa. GLASSES SCIENTIFICALLY FITTED. EE HIM NOW THE FIGURES Capital Stock $ 26,000.00 Surplus and Profit 38,191.20 WHAT THEY MEAN ) Investment of stockholders Circulation Deposits 10 1 RO fafi onr w"h our names on it in the bands ' J of the people. . aaaa , Srroot " hundreds of Man anal W a.f,15f,B i appro1, our standing and methods. Total I .nans 359,528.95 $ 167.223.81 Moaey safely placed for active circula ' tion in Hanury County. U. S. Bonds A Prem. 25,025 94 jS"" " Cask. Municipal Bonds & County Warrants Furniture & Fixtures 55, 675.29 ' ''" Grade Investments. Pleaaanl, convenient accommodations for 1 B.K9 77 ' customers.' Securities aad facilities for ! I I prompt dispatch of business. Cash and Exchange 107,751.14 Total Reserve fund available to moat naada of depositors. Amount on hand 38 per cent law reouiraa IS navr cant resnalnina 23 359,528,95 per cant is extra margin of security. r- W. E. HUSTON L. General Groceries c Select Can Good. Fancy Groceries, Dried Fruits, Tobacco, Confectionary, Coal OH, Feed, Grain and Produce Special Inducements Given On Big Orders -J If You Want ALL Tbe Home News READ THE TIMES-HERALD $2.00 a year Best Job Printing THE OLD STAR SALOON BRENTON 6l HICKS, Props. - Old and New Patrons Will Find the Best Brands Here Wines, Liquors, and Cigars , . liss i ma a ear 1 rur r r nrf Good Service, Courteous Treatment DROP IN Main Street Burns, Oregon SPRING SUPPUES Have arrived and we can fill your orders in better form than ever, because we have a bigger and bet ter stock to select from. We Carry A Large Complete Line Of Heavy And Shelf HARDWARE Right now we call your at tention to our new Guns and Ammunition, Gar den tools, Alfalfa seed and Blacksmith coal. Burns Hardware Company Burns, Ore.