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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1906)
iHOKHT riRCIlI.ATTOH OF
AY. M Y 19 IHS
The First National Bank of Burns, Oregon
Why a National Bank is the. Best
1 REAS0H II: THE bHWS OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERHIHG NATIOHAIi 815 R6 VtKY SI Kin.
For Sp A Cv,b nllii la.l!i.n.
climntfii in this roiitttn
fin I f.oil Hiirr. .blt an Ibis
M'M'M-rilM'.'l: - Nona
BANKS Bcuiti 95 per cent of the world's bueinwiB in trnactp(l on pnpfir Why not be in the
N per cent olase' We cordially invite you to become patron ol our institution, assur
ing you that your banking business, if entrusted to us, will receive prompt, careful and
)ir open In settle-
he drear navney
)n neir proposedl
Land is level Be sure to attend the
timber. Home-, ball on June lat.
m lands Turney
wii ration Co.
OLDEST, LARQB5T AND ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN HARNEY COUNTY
W. S. Rardwell ia oyer from his
home at Warm Springs.
t. l 1. ..... !..
UBdowanis reported ill v
narney i nureiiay evening.
' New freight for the furniture
Woodman Mrs. W. A. Uoodman is suffering; Frank Dibble was over
from spotted fever. Silver Creek yesterday on
fil..l.oll -.. fnr ual. HURII
iMlllliril eSVlS ' aT-WBIW- ,
W. Dance on June 1st
and Frank Metney
.i H : i.
n inn immigrant orroi
n is here again from
notlier black I'erche-
a J general millinery
rr nldisplay Mrs. Robt.
was over from liar-
wo this week looking
ntile business in ibis
ing to some court.
kit is still buying
paying the highest
Any report to the
the I it wii merchant
iciated with J. I.
ity on business. He
by (Jeo. Irwin.
wlev aiioiit rniniore
ill stand this season
arrived here yester-
IMIselllllll gOIHlS 01
D. Harrows Hilly
in ili" lit-i of the
knie over irotn urn-
bringing a Mrs.
daughter over, that
iliibu. looking for a
place he has Keen
desires some land
I sons we have it
Bnw Mill, Hoy Uu.i-
ready foi the
Orders of any aixe
It any time All
and rough lumber
pingles (iiuui road
on large or small
ItrnuH little lire oo-
Jert S, minima Kag
he lost his Htnokf
nit $l.r() worth of
was started while
id the wind being
Book heroic wi;rs to
from reaching his
ITarrish and Geo.
home from I'rine-
ly where they bad
the Miller trial
a witness, the lal-
Uii the case. They
ini Miller preceded
tow ai his ranch in
luring his absence
led some interesting
store has begun to arrive.
Paul Blume and Tim Donovan
are down from their upper river
i .i.i Horsemen should see the pedi-
hmh business visi-.
'eree of Fi more Chief the trot tine
Mmm week looking after,"
' atul inn
Horn To Mr and Mrs. rrank
Welcome Thursday morning, May
17, a daughter
Hen Mutter has lieen over from
Silver creek a few days. He left
for home this morning
The Woodmen of the World will
live a dance at I, order's hall in
this city on Friday, June 1
Alfred Johnson and J. L. Hem-1
bree were among our visitors from
Silver creek during the week
Those knowing themselves in
debted to J. I. Sitz are requested to
call at the store at Lawan and set
tie on or liefore July 1st
Newell Hall leaves today in com
pany with James York and another
horse buyer named Sitnma, for
linker City where they take horses
Fillmore Chief, the handsome
htumlnrdbred stallion will make
theatand nt the fairgrounds in this
city this seiison Those interested
Mhoultt call on I). P tlawlev tor
Miss (iussie Hoberlson ia in the
oily the guest of Mr and Mrs- H
K. Thompson, having come up from
r might receive medical l-swsn yesterday whore she has
i been closing uti the old account
L . . . books for J. I. n.
igawil ix n recent arrival
lorn Cleveland and family came
over from the Sod House Saturday,
spending Sunday with relatives
and friends and returning home
Monday. During their visit Tou
tried his luck at riding a oertain
i lodge goat with no bad results
.1 II Neal, the Happy Valley
sheep man, is in the oity fin the
purpone of taking hia two daugh
ters home tor the vacation. Mr
Neal has been suffering from rheu
matism a good portion of the spring
and 'nuke altogether like he had
not wintered well
J. A. Hartlett waa over from
Drewaey this week, haviug come
oyer with a team lor the oursoae of
moving the household goods of his
son, .1 (.' Harileit, back. He left
yesterday afternoon and was ac
companied by Curt and wife and
also Mm Henry Welcome and lillie
J. Frieman, accompanied by
bis little granddaughter, Hsgina
Schwartz, left on Tuesday' aUge
via Cauyou City for Juneau, Alaaka,
where they will spend a couple of
months with relatives and friends
Ike and Mrs. Scbwarlz are now
rather loueeoiuo and are trying to
borrow a baby from aome of the
le Busy Corner Store"
A New Stock of
ir rived and is ready
Inqnire at this office
Orent Reynolds was a visitor
our city during the week.
Dr. W. C. Brown, Dentist Office
in the new stone building north of
the Post Office,
R S. Settlemyre tins been in
from his ranch a few days nursing
a severe attack of grip
M. Dexter, representing the
Rankers Life Association, has been
in the city the past week.
If you wish to be located on a
good homestead, see F. M. Jordan,
the county surveyor.
J. L. Spencer was in the city yes
terday to take bis family to their
ranch home for the vacation.
G W. Clevenger has purchased
W. C. McKn.ney's interest in the
furniture business in this city
A good six room residence and
four lots, also a two sestril covered
hack for enlr Impure of Mrs.
Robt Drink writer, Harney Oree
Hen Newman waa up from the
Island ranch yesterday Hen drives
one of the nest teams in the coun
try and that counts too.
Watch the First National Hank
ad for the next eight weeks for good
and substantial reason why a
National Hank is best.
Simon lewie ia in receipt of s
letter from W. M. Harvey, the
I.akeview horse Inner, stating he
will be here nln.nl the first of .liim
to buv big horses and mules
The cold simp of the present
Week has done sumr iliitnage to
I'rnii It is not known to what . x
teut tin' i rop has been damaged at
Dr. Marsden called to Nar
rows Tuesday to see Mrc. Fred
Brown He found the lady iuite
sick but not serious and left her
Frank (ioodman is again in
Hums visiting the scenes of his boy
hood after an absence of ssvsral
years. He will likely remain here
J A Robertson is looking after
the shearing of a large numherof
sheep for the Wm Hanley Co.
The flock is beiug shorn by the
This bunk is pleased to plaos at
the disposal of its customers the
facilities gained during over twenty
years of coutiuu us servicu and
growth Harne Comity Hank
Choice Surprise Valley dry lend
alfalfa aesd can sjajsj be oliU.m .1 faj
Simon Lewis at the Burns 1. ggsj
and Feed Hani, or at N Hrowu A
Sons in this n
Adam Cieorge can furnish you
with nursery stock of any kind and
quantity He has nursery stock
from the Blizzard belt section that
people are invited to inspect He
still sells school furniture.
Ike Holland arrived home yester
day afternoon from a business trip
to the railroad When asked what
be bad been doing be said be had
been building railroad. Mr. Hoi
land was aocompanied home by
Miss Tbebo, of Klondike, an old
time school mate of Mrs Holland's,
who will spend some weeks visiting
Prof. D W Voder, principal of
the high school, look his departure
this morning for Baker City. The
I'rol'es-i.i is undecided as to where
he will spend the yurution lit
may go east io visit bis brother, or
possibly to his old stamping
grounds at Salem ami Portland.
He is well pleased with the work of
the Hgb school students during the
past -ar the examination showing
a good percentage
Mrs Stonewall Motliershead ar
rived hert Wednesday eveniug from
her home at Kdmond-, Wash., hav
ins. been summoned on account of
Ihe illness of her father W W
Johnson. Wbill it is a matter of
regret that she arrived too late to
see her father, it is nevertheless a
great comfort to her mother to have
her daughter with her. Mrs Moth
ershead reports Stonewall well, also(
his mother, Mrs Naiuv Parker. I
Heury Cheatham has been suffer
ing from ill health during the past
winter and spring, but is improv
ing The lady'e stay in our oity is
Court Stenographer Coleman was
a passenger oot on the Canyon stags
this week going to the latter place
on court business.
Mrs 0 A Byrd has a new coo
signment of millinery, including
band trimnsd hats. She also takes
orders for tailurmade wear for lad
ies. tirant Thompson waa in the city
the first of the week on business
and went home Monday tie n- ";
tinned again vesterday to take c rb
family out to the ranch for the va- ',,''m- "'
The many old time friends of Nnlli I
Miss Jnsie l-ocher will he pleased
to learn that the young lady will
soon be at home again. She will
teach in the public schools the com
ing ysar, taking the room formerlv
presided over by J C Bartlett
W C Byrd had the misfortune
to fall down Sunday while coming
from church and breaking his right
srm near the wrist The fracture
wne reduced by his physician and
"Daddy" is trying to forget it. He
was M years old two davs before
the accident happened and was re
ally old enough to know better, but
nevertheless has been syrapathi d
with by hia friends
ott" rvh) given that Ibe nutter
stgnsrl has besn .Inly appointed Mmln
istrslrix of tl.s Kstale ol ll.oms line
I I In n unlet of the '
Conrtof Harney (oniiM . ureaon. dates'
April i ha duly ipisllDed
All rterii- having claims against i.l
I estate an erebj required t.. aeafMM
mem, nun pnivr vnueliers. ailhln sis
BMths fr.mi the date of llii-. netta,
either !. I . nn.leralgnel at her reat
tlenee near lrswasy, or at the orrlee et
!! " I Kiirns, in. iron
lHite.1 i ril i psn.
y mii ii .i ii..'
BROWNS' .THE 5ATISFACTORY STOP!
Call arid. Sscarrixie oxx
NOTK I l.K ITItl I. lb'
Ntfc l I f
h M . ttstxr.
II ... . altussw
l-very one the Latrrtt nnd rnont Pashlonnble.
OUR LINK: )' SUMMER TYI S IN DRESS ' NUPIlS
if . rtii trw tit nii'-nis of vmir timf.
(Mir Prices hit the ljowtst For .he (imlity at (v IYe Be)
Wi' .if.- Ouecn Quality AKcnts in l.nhtv lho ! ind Ui wfflHng th' Packard 5ho
iiiiMi. Prices Oil these gouds ah f
Call and get our price, on anything dc.ired before purchasing elsewhere.
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l.an.l, Ir.-iKalt'.n anil lient'ral Han
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Hr, I lis undersigned Isgal voters .if
Pueblo Precinct, Harney ronnty, atatf
of t tragi in. respectfully wtlttui lbs Hon
i '.nt y Court i1 llarnev ronnty stats .if
iirsfon, to grant nimw u. I (
man to sell Hpirituous Malt and VlMM
l.lqnors in less quantities than ooe iial-i-.ii
in I'tieblo prectnrt Harney t'oiintt ,
aisle of Oregon, f..r tin- I'eriod nl six
iin.iilbs, ss In duty IkmhuI e mlll't.i
I.. I' I Mer ma ii
i ' W (annald
Krstl I. Allen
I rnest Holloas..
N.itiii- Is lieraby given thai on "-slur-dsv
tbc Jnd day of June. ItsOr. tin- under
signed will apply In the Count, l 'nun
ol lbs Hlate ol Oregon for Harney ronn
ty, for tbs lirsnss msnli .nisi in li.r f.r.
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ii II Hose
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Vi' look i litliiti i I Ibis bam nil Mm ;
entirely wild near rigs anil Ireah, w
a iHwilinii in ii late tli i. i
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.it. All Stock t - S in
Horn's boarded by thr ia. wek or ii.oi.
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CITY MEAT MA ET.
E. YOUNt.. -'I opt.
Meats of all Kinds
I Burns Flouring Mill;
JOB 8TURTBVANT. Piopt.
M MLB MILL PKIICIiSS IS USED l:
f Ills .lalM an. I
' etui ttfl m every tarticuiar nnl
iflicient oapaeUu to tuppiy ttu country
ui a radius of tOOmilt fa broad ttuj
FLOUR, ROLLED BARLEY, CHOP, AND j
All kinds of Mill Fed always on Hand
Till UN IHtiHtST HAKatrr ruci. paid iok OIMID MILI.IN. WtAl
Butter and Eggs
Everything on hand
usually kept by all
first J.'iss in irkcts
t.. ,. ... . .. ' UJli.aa. al U. I'.
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iisrislU.Krsjuell.R s;im is. . i. w . -
lot Uu NW'at, usUSK'.. ssc il. f. i
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Hs ussass liis tullowlu olluusssa I ! '
Blsssa.luuuus rawi.ls.a Uii suu lUiiiasiii'H - a. w
JSRSnssfjuK-assi i Good Seed Wheat for. Sale i
Wa Pass. agissr
CUSTOM WORK DONE
For sale at reasonable
Prices for Cash
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NOTICK OK KINAI. Hi III K.MKMT
la t l.e County Court of tlss Mat. uf ure-
guo fur Harney County.
lu II. r inatlur uf lbs .-stair ul W lllsrJa
N. J..rgsnseu, llseseaail.
I lie uu.lsrsigosd eetulor 5 IIm
will soil testiuisut ul tlie abuvs
Jscudsut bsviog flUsd bis report suJ
final sciount as required by law
Notice la bereby gi.au to sll wbutu it
muv concern tltst Hon. II C. I.rtens
Ju.litt uf tin- above sutitlstl lourl bas i
su.inl..l Mi.nJst tlis IHtl. day ul June
l'-sjn a! Ibe bour of 10 ) o'clock s. ss '
fur tb bearing ol ubjsctiuus U. sucb
tins! account anil Ibe aettlunisui lb.-r sot
and tlist tbis uotioe I .ublilisu io The
lianas Hsrald oaes s week tor 4 sm
nt- weeks. Ustsd Ibis Itflb dsy of
W. I.. MAKeDBI,
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M. M. CO.
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Sample. LvwWa oiid Otdt
HAl.EY, FKNWKK I JAl'KNON.
DKV (iOOUS, FtKNISHIMiS. SMOHS, HATS AND CAPS
Fruit, Vegetables, Soft Drinks, Confec
tionery, Cigars and Tobacco.
The DftWfQy Draft Horse tu.
will .taiid Hi
Uataat Ideas io
Ready To Wear Garments
Pr:su greatest suit Uimlcs iu country
See new saiuplos
Mb. CMAS. Viim, Ivu, ten
ItXG Oregon Hotel
All If I NO, .Manager
Virst'clsSS kccuuiiiiudatiuus sill .luita
loom. Kuug invites bis frieinls lu slunwitli biui w bun in
Hums. Tsbles'well furuisliuU. Meals Hit cunts.
I or the season at
A. I. JOHNSON'S RAN h
Rleven inilc above Di.
Clutul pasture for mare at Si p-r mo
Single service $io; season $lg; In mi
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