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OCTOBER 1914 t fTs 3 1 8 I213HJ151617 192021222324 979fli90l'XriFti mi k.Kyfsw 10 teTirnes-flerald Larfeit Circulation Of Any Xwapapor In Harnay Counts IturdaY. ot tober si, ibm L.ocnl News. I're Koitijj to Tonas;mi;i. IV. I.ui'lini.an is in th' city Iey county national bank BTED STATt S DEPOSITARY flNVITES YOUR BUSINESS . 1 President has issued liis Iksivinn; proclamation set- the date November 28. Presbyt ria.n Ladies Aid tieei. with Mrs. L.enson on lesday, Nov. I. at 2:30. . F. Williams ia here rrorol hn Day Vallev home on a Ito his daughter, Mrs. C. II. by. Geo. G. Carl is prepared special attention to all dis- of eye,. ear and nose. Bye dnnd rIbssi a fitted. ;tt. r sale -uaneii uuoui o..s. between 500 and 800 .ted. Al raniye, an ranch. Call on L. M. 100 Per Cent STRONG - ... with JtWk Constantly Increasing clientele and Offering an unexcelled Service to Its Patrons FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Burns CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000 United States Depositary ACCOUNTS INVITED Tonawama tontaht. , w- H. Robins is in from his Crow (amp home. Mis. V. J. Altnow ot Drcv is registered at the Bui Sil-V .,h,'n s ",1'1" to l" S"''H; V;nKl pn'iun"' a' iiiiiiiwaina um Bom Ttii'Hii, n. km Molherslicad and G. A. bold wt'ivloi tiaOf Lawea section yesterday. were accompanied uikti return by A. 8. Swain. IF FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF pv. cl l,,ro lr,,.l I?hiMli ,S. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,. . , ,,,,.,.,,.,,. ..,. N i lor H COW M n 9 1 rjl I II Rich. ner. Buchanan, Ore 4L City Restaurant wants the farmers to brinff in their cKffs Iharle.s Kilis and ins siBter, rwnpwMma '":;'T .lirect. Best market pi for HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY INVITES YOUR BUSINESS Bora Tuesday. Oct 27, to Kr nd Mrs, JohnCaldwell, adaugb- and Mrs. Crover Jameson, a daughter. Pure bred Ilolstein hull calf. K months old, for sale or will LOOO. "THE BANK 1!1A "vr.; IR $ $ $ SAFE." Auuunn fED. K.lli.s and his Sister, riano rupns accepted iwkiii- ... j i :i ,...!:. .:..! '""' Georyie. are enjoying a ; tiers or auvmimi iuino h"-". fresh eggs. with their cousin, wra. cms, ibiuuio si w. w -.UinOliio. Thevoun;; 1 nday ami Nil ii may. .1. renews. will spend B short time with in this city. Add: i Lawen, Oregon. 1kx 102 411-51. iciifwinirfu'riiiaintanceand at ton- ' ' ' i ' I 1 1 In utx liiiuiriAaa i I I I IW .Vlll "11,1111' ,'.'. Wallace Capps was over from hia lii ii u ill Van i in lint' thcwi'ik When volinK on the latum bounty law one should L ..a - i 1 11 . I 4 ' . 1 . 1. . I I I,.,,.,. l-i I 1 . f. , 1, I fou Will tlll.i all l no nowwi in mum ui.u i a. -. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF in millinery at CUngan'B. iny grounds entirely surrounii- BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ladies of Burns and vicinity ing Harney county for the pesta $100,000. -the bank that makes invited to call. One door 'and that we would haw to your I J $ SAFE" ACCOUNTS 111VIU.U . .... v ,, INVIITD ih Haines' store. bounty on an iqeraooiwin tern Oregon. 1 1 Electric ukm a rower a iotlKT K'CU H'lmiii-u mmn. h:ii hul n ,,11, nf ni.,11 nl wnrk fcn Salem and Portland Than- Next Sunday morning Dr. . nicrbt He accompanied '. imm will preacn on 1 ne ,,.... .... , ,- .riff Wehardson down with Power of a Vision . and in the loflera and stopped in Portland eventogon, "The man ot fcsrth V liy IVOUIIllillM, J"- ii"in'l ,,,..... ..-.- t . 11 nLj- ":.. i . . i .1.. 1 41. iin ,, iij.iti'oi-t 1 iir u. 1 1 1 u i v t 1 ; 1 w 1 , 1 1 1 1 iij-si tiiifitt'ii ; j v.. .--. ,.,.-. ...... ....... . snake some purchases ior uie ana uie auui uj - -." - ";".". i.i,.i .; :.k..,;. ' n.w riinn nir in The Times-Iler t.i.r.-.. .,; :, Kn.h.avor 11 the I !apt 1st ui 1 ne 1 ouago inn, snore oruers ... ... ...... .... -., , . , in1 ut1 11 . -Luiuii.M '" ..... , Irr. h fore coming . . . ,, . Church at (.:ir r. m. Kfiitleman wno visueu u...- . fi , n invih , Ice yesterday stated that hei .1- . ;. ',, a homo in M. lloi'ion aim lamu.v -ountvani approach- guests St the home of Ir. and the house from the beck way Mrs. H. M. Borton In this city found a string of rabbit ears early tms wee. mr. norwn leten fee long. This ;" i"'-'"""" fcicipation that the bounty will' penas a poruoo 01 turn um" 1.. rrvand that fellow is going to, I'.oise, inereiore m v.s..s ... in early. No doubt there are aro noi as ire.,m.-... q. ... ; days. ders. JUST A GENTLE REMINDER That our patrons, all of whom WEAR THE BEST SHOES, AND ALL OTHERS, who are desirous of obtaining the best shoes, may know that our full and com plete line of Fall and Winter shoes are now on display. We are in business to please you dnd with the Best Line Of Shoes which the largest shoe house i in Chicago can turn out we are able to do so A trial will convince That is all we ask I. SCHWARTZ General Merchandise - rt.air luiildinir. - - Burns, Oregon All young and regular meals. W. R. Mc- 1 urtion. former cook at the V Frerlch hotel, in charge. (;! werei One man who lives in the boundary of the proposed new county bas stated he is not in favor of ii .hut would rather bo cut oil" if Harney county is to have a rabbit bounty. Mrs. Millar has returned from her trip autside and has now on display boom unusually fine mil- in, iv at the Schwartz store. The ladies of the vicinity are in vited to call and SSS the latest creations in that line. ('. F. McKinney and Miss Helen I'urfngton went over to I'rairieCity Tuesday, taking Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtiss out on their way to i.sit other portions Of Oregon before they return to their home in the east. They re turned the following day. To those interested we are pleased to announce that we are restocking ir) Edison phonograph goods. We have ju.,1 received a ihiproen! of Blue Amberal Records. All wax records re duced in price. Lunaburg, Dal ton tCo. .1. R. Slinson, formerly a rep S of Oregon (V Western Colonisation Co. al ivinevilie, wa in the city last Saturday in company with some men lool.ine over the country with a view of 'purchasing real estete, Mr. now a traveling repi tentative of the company. A. K. Blown and Harry An- !, the latter connected with the Qwinn slock company, were m the city yesterday. These gen tleinen have been investigating the proposition Of the new 1 ty of Davis and find that the ter ritory lacl !! of mfHqienl number of population for a new L'OUntj and ll 0 iali ..hull of the , smourtt of taxahle pro perly, having only $1,(S27,(LM. They state that even should there iillicient number of vote:; to create the county the matter will ho taken into the Dry cleaning and pressing at the Hums Steam Laundry. 4tf. Mrs, E, Murray is over from Drewsey on a visit to friends. HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK UNITED s 1 ATES DEPOSITARY INTITES YOUR BUSINI Charles ('. MarnoB was up from Narrows Wednesday making proof on his homestead. Wanted--An unfurnished house of al lent five or six rooms. In quire at this office. Leroy Hadley is up from I'orl land looking after his real estate in this section. R. It. Bits and Frank Catterson wore among our visitors from the Lawen section during the week, It. II. Brown, the Diamond sheep man, was in during the week after supplies and taking care of his busina la affairs. For Sale 20.004) lbs. galvan ized harh-wire. Will exchange for horses, mules, wagons or farm machinery, P, S. Weitten- hiller. Kmanuel Clark was in the city during the week from Mann Lake ranch of the P. L S. Ce. where he has been foreman for several years. Tobacco and Cigar Salesmen wanted to Advertise. Experien ce unnecessary. $100 monthly and traveling expenses. Adver tise Smoking. Chewing Tobacco, Cigarettes. Cigars. Send 2 cent stamp for full particulars. HEMET TOBACCO CO., 86-1 New York. N. Y. Harlan Hayes was over from (Irani county this week and pur chased 100 head of yearling calves which he will take later to his 1,ik ranch in Hie John Day country tO feed. informs The Times-Herald he paid In ad for the animal . Christian Scientists will hold there services at the Presbyter Ian Church, Sundays st 8 o'clock Wednesdays at 7:110 p. m. Sun day School at liilUp. m. Read ing Room at Miss IfcKensie'a house. 1st door nutli of Summit Hotel, Wednesday, and Satur days 2 to i p. in. Everybody welcome. Principe! Shirk of the Harney county high school received word fj-om the State Superintendent's office yesterday that he desired this sclc ol in prepare a display of domestic art for the San Fran eJsoe fair and that it he in place John Hobs is in town. Dean Horton was in town Wednesday. Qeo. t'awliieid was in Bv U'lilnenhiv on hnsiness. .Inme,; Pnnl I lie Hni.nv VallevN sheep man, is in the eily. (', K Pstsnon was a business i lltOT to our city Tuesda . Furnished rooms to rent Call phone 17.'l or see Mrs. Ed. Egli. Ilm-n Tn Mi' nnd Mrs Knoehr Hanson, October 20, a daughter. R. L. Hulton and wife were over from their Wagontire heme during the week. Trim Altn iinrl wife were hrrl from the V Ranch during the week visiting friends and looking after business. Now is the time to get your orders in for plum pudding and fruit cake for Thanksgiving. Order at the (iillenwater Bakery, Phone l'l Miss Hertha Itoyce, daughter of lialioyeeof John Day, was married Thursday to Charles Trowbridge. 'I hey will make their home at John Day. LOST Reward if taken up Dark Brown mare mule, weight about 000 pounds. Row and on right shoulder. Shod all around. Black mare mule, weight about 000 pounds. Split in right ear, white nose, white hair mark on right shoulder. Shod all around, R. L, Hass, Narrows, Oregon. Don't forget that the City Restaurant has just been opened in tho Cottage Inn under the management of W. R. Mel lion, a chef of IV year", exper ience. Meals id all hour . J. R. It, Davis, one of the en ergetic farmers of the Bine section, was in the city this week. Mr. Da i 1 I'.v a big crop of pota and was here to see about uur of them. The Times-Herald It requested to announce tint the public libra ry will be open on Tne.-dass and Thursdayi from l t B o'clock und on Saturday 1 from 2 until 5 o'clock until further notice. The entire high school, in com pany with the faculty, had a lark Thursday evening at the Lewis springs. They went out about 5:30 built a camp lire and had hot "weiner.,', coffee, buns, etc. They had lots of fun playing games and telling ghost stories, rntiirnmir home about 1) o'clock. Supt. (Jilcrest of the P. L. s Co, ha.-, the record for quick time from Burns Portland andreturn. He left lure last Sunday morning. by the ihst of January, The tec tne nig own om m " Hsmey county high aohooi had '"' Portland, spent Monday n 11 vcrv creditable display at the thai dty, returning thai night to state fair at Salem last month Bend and Tuesday night was home again. He was down on legal matters before the federal nnlirt. Sheriff Richardson returned . , home from his trip to l he ponitcn-1 "Lucille Love, IheMrlol H.mi ii,.. fnre .,,.( r.f thiK week i M vstery " a new serial Story, IS ..".J " - I ...--. and receivi d a very conipliimnl ary mention. i,.fi w..,iiw.fl..v mnrninir fnr aid and is also being shown in S tour of the county to deliver the j pictures at Tonawama Svei ballot boxes I)n has made Mich Wednesday night. The first a good officer thnt there is little series ot tne pienires iwwo hi doubt of the voters re-electing him to the position again as they Wednesday night and made a irood impression. This is one of do not consider the pi ettion of the most popular stories now i.c- his having it for several terms as ing shown in pictures and with being detrimental ss he ia that the printed story it is very mter- muchJjettcr ipudified to continue esting. Then are always two the good service he has rendered other reels In addition to "Lucille in tho past. 1 ' Love" on Wednesday night. CORN SHOW will be proof that the Pacific Norlhwet raises a fine corn as the "corn belt." It will be held under the auspices of the Oregon Washing Railroad & Navigation Co. Walla Walla, Washington November 25 to 28, 1814 1- fff rpr. srnUtiv. rare, th' cream U.ililii ..I 1.000 ,, f...m Hi.- 1014 crop n( thl in wt end boat edditittri to Pnitfic Nortk weal produila. will ! un rumpatltlvn Jshililliuii Low Round Trip Fares Tlckatt, Scl,cdle and full infornmlion upon api.liralion tu any ag.nl of the O-W. R. & Nv A3K FOR PREMIUM LIST aUL. COUNTY DIVISION A uiovr.niBnt U on foot to cut off tho Drewney aattion of Hainay county and laka it Into tka propoied mw county of Davii. An -amlnation of tha county tacord reveal the fact that the ecjion to I., ui off pay about ono-twentllh of the !. About one-icvenlh of the running expenaai of the county arc ex pended In that icctlon. Aa a matter of dollar and cent it would pay Harnry county tax payer to allow them to ecede. It i a great inconveniouce fur the reaident of the Orewwy (ac tion to .,.ni- to Burn for county eat purpota and if Ihey deaire to el up a county organization and handle the aame, they abould be allowed to do ao In juatice to the reaident of Drewaey and aa a nailer of aaving Harney county lax payer varal thouaand dollar a year in running expemet, VOTE YE9 ON COUNTY DIVISION - Paid adv. sOTI'K l"iK I't'lll.li VII' HNITI1 HI T I U Hill, II litioi". ttrr ,,',. ' ,. lohei 17, ti.14. , liuin',,,,,1. 01, ,;,.!,, i pril i -. i i . I,,, i. I I l.nl I ill,, I - ml!. IIhiiKi' 114 I'., lllatai. Ill lorl-lii h ..ii., i,, ,i,L. II, ml in ' I . , . ' I." .11,1, Hull lltn 10 ID Hill Mi i I, , RlM If" IVIT, ill Inn-, ,11- ,,ll. I. tin I'll tiny "If I III I Inli, mul niuiir im w in,, , i , Hi i, in. I'll' Kill' )' Hln Hi, ,i, , lit i in. nil of IHii" I in, ."ii tt -I KII,IK. ll,,llT, SOTICK Milt PUBLICATION i mi in n atkh i a KD offKR. , Barn, i an, i Mi b i N'nilii. I hornl.i (Ivvn Hint Ota hImbuii ,,11, I,',. ,,n III tBii),, .-, Knot, si I I In in ., 1 1 Mm int. in.-, I i,., Un- i Intention t. , ntxk. Klwal , .,,..!. i., fiaellli , inlm in ili, li.n,i .- ni .,,,,1 ii, . . . luu i iHimaiii nanaf . u itn I. NphIuii hugli.-l. Nrr,,. or,), SVlllli. ,. Hard) aillh, ,,i um na. oi, Wa. I' ai. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I M 1 1 n I M. LAMP ui II' K llniii. iiri-K-'ii. 01 1 "I'.-i 17, Jul la nii In- Ii hereby tixei Ibal Fran miort.ol lliiniN. iin-unn. who mi July a. i,'. mti'k- II Urn, I I II! I J, No. OII.-ITi, lor SSV',. Get In Tune With Success Banks and successful people are al ways well acquainted. The reason is clear. When you use Harney County Nation al service, you have a new means for advancing your interests by your own ability. You also increase our oppor tunities for serving you in more ways. Ar degree of success may rlow be yours, but your avenue of approach to greater success lies through the door of Harney County National Bank Burns, Oregon "Your Home Institution" UNITED STATES DEPOSTTABY SUCMBEn FEDERAL HENERVE BANK nniiis","- .,... . -, t . 11. ImviiKlilt. '! i-.. Itsiilf.'.l ' K . W I Itn in r tl" Hun it hi. uii tiled notice of Inteutlon tomaJt tini.i Brt i-u Proof to ehiNliiir.li Imin to ihwlnnii I HjcrtbtHl, bsfora Keutstri and v ui ii it i iik, Oreitou. on ilio "it Ii ilajr of Decetober 1914. I latinttnt lintneenl u It M- William MuKlnnU, KeUon K Perde Wn un., .. i.ui-li sil of Hums, tin . WM.KahHK, HegUti r. ', iUinm No. II i Mm No. NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION (Jmitxc trr.TB l.mi, 0m ' liiirna, Oreton, Oi lorn r 17th mil. in hrliy kI.i'u lit ii Ibi I'm 111,- Itnllwny i nni.ni,. , rtin,v ii Cniil, aill.li - IB HI. ITIi . Mill. Iian II, , ID, I) nl (ii lohei I'll, III. .1 In Mil" ,,IMii, It n,,,i , all, ,,i tu a.-l.-i I ,,11,1,1 un ,nn innnia ui -in, -, .,! i ,,,,,, ... '-"la ,,. ''xij.nai si, n, t, ,1 uj the A.-toiCongreaaappros ,.1 May l. I ,., . -iS ,' SS'4 H0 74, SV'.MSS',. I ill ' I . .I.'," h, II 3.1 Seat. HW ' nl .ml I -, , l, I ;- It. Kal, li.i- i,, I . - I .J It.lt . I Kaal, Vf. M Hi-rtnl s , , ami all peraon .laimiug advvnel) lh lamia neavriuad. or daalrlng to oi.vel hemu iii,, ral n i i- m Um iiiml. in aol nlhrl i.-.i.-ii,, (,, II,, .!,...t l.i ii,), In an I llnlll-l III.' Unit aHnln),l ! .i..lil III Oil. .,iii, i , un in i, i,u, I ha -Oi ila ,,( In i 1 1 ss .1 Kufcxc, Sagi NOTICE FOB I'UIILICATION. phi - i i.aku orrtca, Huriif , Orri.'Mi, Ut'iotM i . lit in nii si ten it.! Keuneti (ir- bi i til crit.i t'tiiu , (iregon, w ii" on vuiptst in, I '. .ua.lr HOttll a ail Kill I?, No 01 .. iien i i i on i si rtUiauHii.' Merltltsn, has I oi iii"n . I t U'i.i lii 1 1,.' in li.l wln.s . itffSM i I '" i. ' ' t. i aixl It-irm r. at Unnin, ti-jttoi, OH Hi- i nii day ot Novmlx i ll i i miniHMt uauM-a as wMnoseefl! (Isiira Williams. of Prlneeion, (in itou V III lain J '.ir.i.i w.il iii.u.ii. I v J I William i.il Mitt. Il.-aly hottiof I'rln-tti.ii.urxd.nl Wn. aVsttiiff. Keglster. SOTICK FOK PUBLICATION I'NIi Lit 1 Ml-! VNIMU Hurns. OrftflOJs, "i tni. i r .'l, IM4. Noun U li.riliv ulvnn that Waltrr Kiddle. nt Unln b. tltt rii Ml ii itMoM I , nl. Horn, .hn.l I Ntttht i llt.li M. 'Iiislil ; N Ills ".Iik- 111 , -i i.ii't. , . i in t .' mil t. inaki ' li.iii i - .. uMalilten ilnim 10 ItMj lsii'1 aU( Iteaist r an-l Itinltu at Snvi m'wi, it J t laiinattt namss nl wltiit'ssoa : . ttaj Welts luam.'iKi urecon. llAird iiroujsttors.Na' i, William llntl iii.it. ihI'i'Wb, Jt. .vet nl Ilia moiid. ti V m I it iik. Ki ttisu-r NOTICE FOB rUBLlCATlON. I FaUl sTTi Pitt i NI' oi I I. I , Hums OlkJrO, ti- l"l-i H. I'll. Ni.ll.'i tl li.Ttiiy ulVfU tlirtl William W Per i Vftl, Ul llul.-lH'll'IflH ' llffHilil. ll.l, t!l x ItKUrXf ma-1.' l. m-rl I slid Klltl ) . Xo " It.si i hio 4 - ltaiir IK, w H Isiuctti Mi Hlil Ian ha. HlVd notttO of IliteUtloi to mass Dual proof, to ftehtbllsh olaltatotbi land sbeva rtesi rtlteo, bvfore Kaffletei HiJ Ki iver, s Hnri.i.. Ofeguu, on tho MUi lay oi ..is. i,i I., r. I'JH. i lalmeni names ft" ino-aat's Harry J Joklsv u, Caroline J ok Itch, r lUDUe ami J. n UuntU rij eJItff Irtti WD. KiHft I, ltcul".- NOTICU F()U PUDUffiltlON 1 1 i i wn nrrif e buma, OreMon, Octoliei 21, Wi T - . n b) given tbaj Joseph l. Kolloei, ( ilniiiiiniii, itn-Ktiii, ebOt'on fcprll .'. iw i.- it ; -,. Hon ' row nsbl i. w lllaiuutls Mii idlaii lis. II led ii"ti i i I it tent (on t mill," lit. at ftvs rear Pixtof, iu sstabltsb i lain t ihe Umi abovi! t i - an. i u. i elver, si Hurns.i mi tin- . .i is ! ni N." smber, ittt, rial iu ant names us h Ii tteMI II f W KellOfg.U, II AllllUxtl A. II i nir) all nl HariliiiMii, tlu'Kiiu Hit" ( UurUH Wu. Kamrk. llrKtsti r NOTICB FOR PUBLICATION DMITI n sTAI Kfl l.M oi i Bum". tobj i I'.M i Nut it i is borehy nivon that MlUoixbc. of Andrews, trvfoii, wlio, on Ani U Uiade h 11, Ho N i rxt-i Umii Jb.ToWnsbtl) -" , L:u . , ... I , W illam .ill. Mil ivJlHti h us llli 1 1 i.uiii . ,,i ii ii ii lion t nki- rinai ilvt- t r i f. toestabllsh ilium to the laud sbovs dserrlisid, betors nyln. Ji , 0. fl t otomtisloni i si bis otnci st Andrewi, Oregon, on lh :'iii tlav of Nn.t iniier, I'.M I ( lalmant tiixUit-s at wllnosst r .lai nl. I lioiiir.'ii.i has i hi I. i, Isidore Utraud and i ithi.ii- ! smyih. uii .'" xDilrowi. Uis'gon W y ! iSRj , lit if I all i. i Rurm iu i ui No. NOTICE FOB IM'lii CATION, liaiTxi . . i -, , , , . i Um ii.. nri'i "M.fM-l l,-i,il-t I, In i s,,ii, i la I,, leh) fix. II thai lh North, i n I,,). 111,1. IV I ml. In iM I'm.; SIi,i,i-..i, m.lhln .Mill d,n I In thi.nltln, lie ,li,ll, a null tu brll-i I n Inli I II,, . i I Molls ,,t : In- n, I UI I Mint,,., ill, i I., 1, ,1 lull I. IXVK I IUHUI ll.iinl In I III! in ' i'l I:,- I I "1 I'lM) nl May I i , . ,, i un in s , It .i K , ss si. l-i-ilul Si, m ADS' .ml nil iM-imilm i litliiiiiu: ikIkimI, Hi, Jumln ,l,,n i ll -I. in ilwatrllix In i.hjw.'l hinjanai Ml HI 11 I ,11 I .1 I lilt I III 1,1 t, I ,, , ,111,1. Ml Nil 1 ,)U'I II H.l HI, ,tlM I -l. 1, ,, .Imiiiil nli- tlu-ii alHili.Mii.nl , tu ii-.i in Hi 1. uffli-e, un ui inf.ni' ih tilth .lay oi No-vemlnw mi I, ss u I'auki . KuHlalxr NOTICE 11 in na I l.i Nn IU KOK IM'IU.IHATION. 1'MI'KH rlTj III,, I'll.) Nutli,, h ht'ii I,., ftveN that ii"- -S,,i iiit-i ii I'.U III, H ' ,i , ,.,,,nii , 'I I,, .., I'M. I nllll , ,ul- II I'imiI Minn, ania i,,i. i Ii ii l nil l'l I 111,, I In tlii. ,.,l,i ll.i,,'i m,,l,-i 11m- ,,i , .,,"' ,1 lull i i (W,, Hi. ill .-,. II. .11 K, SS si ii. mi a SK',.,1 I SS M lli.lHl A rt'.'lM.'.. .- , l, SV M liii.i i W. M I , S VI in tHi uiri', nil ill I'l'l.Mlia I l.illiiltix 1,'linr. I. llu ful mi, ,.,! u i, ii ,1,. II am, In, 11. mi ii,. ll ll.l. i , nilii'i , II THE WHITE FRONT LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE 0 Haled May and (.rain for Sale at Market Prices. Good Hay in Stack Burns-Vale Stage Line Close Connections Made With Trains East, at both Junluru und Vale. Careful Atten tion and Prompt Delivery of Express and IMsat Entrusted to Our Care. R. J. McKinnon & Son BURNS, - OREGON Farm Machinery Implements of all kinds in steck: Seeders, Plows, Disc and Drag Harrows. Binder Twine -Barbed Wire BELTING Builders Hardware Paints and Oils Nails, Doors, Windows, Roof ing, Building Paper Fishing Tackle, Guns, Ammunition NEW DISHES, GRANITEWARE Crockery, Tinware I BURNS HARDWARE CO. I NEIL SMITH, Manager VaaJS li WMW A Dainty Enameled Bedroom Don't you admire a light, dainty bedroom with immaculate linen and draperies, and with walls, furni ture ami woodwork all etutmtled in pure white or some delicate tint such as ivory or pale blue? You can hava one it it. not expensive. ACME QUALITY ENAMEL vNeal'sl gives a hard, sanitary, lustrous genuine enamel surface, easily kept bright and clean. It is offered in delicate tints or rich colors to harmonise with draperies and furnishings.