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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1907)
tROKST ClBrt'l.ATlOll Of
AFKR IK THIS COUHTY.
I PUBLIC MFN TOMORROW
Senator Fulton and Con
an Fills n Cominf .
ink Davey is in receipt
from Senator Pulton
.t he and OnjrressmHn
rrivo in Burns tomor-
iK. .him it. The Sena-
Hot state how lonjr he
The Pioneer Rank of Harney Count
National Bank of Bnrns
UNITED STATES DHTOSITARN
ORIION STATi: ni'lfisll AR
We Invite You to make this Hank Vmir IVplar
2-"3T 20, 1907
Deposits - $275,727.83
Resources - $.VM.1H.47
ABSOLUTELY SAI i:
Cli-vengnr'o fin li-i
(iird. 1, -, . d ,if nil kind at I'
Allert Johnson was over from
Silver creek Tuesday.
Onion wtal VrwgilvV II ennta
jran anH Frnnk Unvis (.r ,,,, whilr they iMi
""' ; Gnux Calkins arrived on
OasesSaSSI Is asSBSfW Tuesdiu 's stajre from Baker City
City Drug MAn j0in her mother hon-
le little son of fm HesMStesa1 LuuaHow at
. .1. L. Gault is quiti , rBIH i,.- pJoeesf Land
. r (if Hiirm County.
A. J. Johnson of Corvallis will
arrive here this afternoon. He
is one of the stockholders of the
First National Bank of this city.
Postmaster Welcome has Ix-en
notified of a raise in his salary.
He now receives $14(111 a year.
This sjH'aks well for our gmwinur
e t IrsddocV wa '
Silvies Wednes.1 1
Fred OUej and Hi penl
Dr. P.hithw has a
this i state.
Allen Jones was
new curd in
in I he rit
a few days in our city this week. Tuesda and "lnes1ay.
Combined Planet Jr. handseeil Scott Catterson was a visitor
md cultivaim In the city a few days this weekJ F.J. Williamson w;i up from
Ora and Julia Hill are in town
Huttorick Pattern at Vsssaaffj
Hnrrv Clpmlenen was amonv
Our visitors the first of the week,
K. N. Nelson and family and
Bol Reed and wife hnve goM to
the C. D Brandom place in the
mountains to fish ami recreate
BSfbeS Inlying: a aewinu aSSShin
M iv.anK inn ahonld Pes 0 W
Ctovenget, Ht i a hnmc man and
ahl to make vou hotter Sfieea, ha
aides ia reapinilde.
Parties owinvr A. K. Richard
son for lumWr nre requested to
settle up as soon as possible
These accounts are of lonjr stand
injr andshodd In- Riven attention
The HtM lia oonta. if x . n aih
1.1 .ll. for mi t..il .ur pta nrl
P .i at mn'f and get in tin- .arm.
hy listing Villi
Smith A Mwk.
Una) Klal Dialer.
PEOPLE WHO LIVE OUT OF TOWN
Von (an do your bunking IxininoHs with iih BY MAIL with
the twine earn mid unlet v ua though vou In-night u jour
deposit in pefMM We lie nmnv out of town ruatonvra
who are dolngflheir luiukinir hunine with us and who are
experieneitifr not ilie leiisl nieoiivenienee by pending th"n
deposit W MMI Ml ilepoHits knorlidgtd on dii.v
Thin ia the bank tlmt cordially Inrltaa Uw acrotinta of tlM
fAUfl BAHNKR sod tatoursssj Mm hanking foaain of
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK of IURNS
"Your Home Institution"
Dr W ( Brown, Dentist. Olh
Archie McCowan left for Port
in the new atonr limbing north of land Thursday morning on busl
lin mowers and rakes
lev last at C. H. Yn-g-
rgleatnn and H. D.
business visitors yes-
knd cultivators at
John I) Dab of the
the Post Oflioe.
Receiver Cowan is home from
a trip to Portland and other out
You can buy a Jones chain
UHraei and rake for $So at C EL
II E. Felton has purchased the
A. B. Minaker residence procr
ty and took possession Thursday.
W. I. Ctapaa, "ne "i
penais ranchers of Van
M vi.it"!- to thii 1 : Wed-
his ranch in the soul hem art of
the eouat the first art of the
week attending to some business
, affairs. He rert. everything
... .. . lovelv and serene in his neigh-
ailing at the C.tx rhnl
I'niK More will le given f re a
package of Hi In Talcum Powder
The carpenter work on the
Overland Hotel has been com The Cnnitnl Itnrhcr Shoo
I VI 111 M t I 11 I . I W
1. tt. nucnanan ann wile arc pieien. uinuioni 1 oie nas nisi
iome. installed a gasoline itgniing plain
wintered ,n nuilning as another im
! J ! GE1TTLEME1T ! I f
iii from their Rock creek home
Joe looks like he had
Cortes Flliott went over to Cow
J. A. Rolierl-son was in thecil)
a few davs this week. He had
It v.. 11 don't own a Studebakeri nesday.
mil teak af atom is Wagoa jroa aWt owa the wagon .1. c jurnev baMori id m-
r this evening. that is sutMTior in every wa t" ,..,... i I. i. .n.rhi ..n.l i..lrl
"''"vnii.i I All kinds, ,f land scrip Bh me
N. Brown & Sons. Agents. chanom
llli.irl I, in-li' Mini I
Ll nnvflii(- SlHllnn-
ixti.iii all lali-al ami
pity 'rug atari
Cowan and daugh-
Itc have gone to Pen-
,s,t Mrs W C Mc-
buv .T20 acn of raw
impnveo sap nniMi
!. well located.
( I I. INI 11 - 1 v
MM was in ine cn
laeeC. C. Lund about
ie itoatt ijiiki. nc
In getting u
fallow that waul '"
er Jkck 'inf. , win
It wild 11 ' rn k-F ia r.
lull vmi nglil lur lf
privili if' I ''tf
maw nrtces: Bodme
mi lc; cnncK rouaui.
nek Bieaa, a
rump piece. 4c; rk
Iring monej and I
Mat. i oung s meat
(gli was here during
iin Heuren oi tiorae
risheil tO purchuae and
i- market la er
I am -filing out my Jones chain
.. u.rs and rakes $Sf while
bto lasts, (n't one now ( H
"Uncle George Duncan was in
to aee us the other day and said
.1. K. Siemon.. brother to chaR WjUlf) wants t)). fl(lW he had jvst returned from a viait
io relatives at .Narrows.
irtHirge wno was nere ibsi marcn .h() ,mmiWH, his ftdjUHtablo s
returned this win-k accomjwinied .,,.. ,,, ., ,, - nth1
by Frank Jones. Both gentle
man may want t. borroe it.
min mnv invent hdre.
If iss Josephine Locher took her
Svi.i n,' team. 1.v'j . r. i.hi ii.,.ii,.
mare weighing 5(. lbs and brown whpn, sh(.
friemls for an indi m .
arata yesterday to look after his just returned fnm the railroad
farm and renew acquaintance when1 he and his vaqueros had
with his wife. bun delivering cattle for the
Wm. Hanle C'
That pair f halter, and collar
taken front the White Front Barn
had better be returned or the
matter will le laid before the
grand jury. The person guile
of taking them is know n
Mrs. A. K. Richardson and
daughter Viola an- visiting in
Hame this week Mrs. Rich-
Elmer McMannus has returned ardson expects to leave mam for
Idaho and Utah for an extended
visit with relatives and friends.
H. J. RKKI). ProRt.
Head.iiait rx for bathing and
First-Class Toiisorial Work.
HiRNs. . OMBQM
City Restaurant and (taken
mm JaU li i . rtt.
H I MM BmkIi. Maia b".. Karat, N
A 'iln " lnirt i r.ki
I ir.l , Irtaa ( (. M HI mi
iin I !, ' ar. Imwl
eamkir-. .luif jiiiiui- !
Oi liim a -all
gelding weighing 1150 lbs. Cuar
ie. Kach 10 years
old $"." for team. Call on J. W.
Meadames Reed & Johnson wil'
receive a new consignment f
summer millinery including hats,
glove, etc.. lie fore the 4th.
Watch for announcements in
J. W. Biggs left for Canyon
City this nu.nimg where he goea
to visit his liitle daughter Helen
for a few- days. Mrs Maraden
mil ( liMirt'i' in'couuuiiiiiil him. lie-
ing , Portland and home Thursday.
California piints. Bvarj bS
i a vt,.,u,, I. it lot... i 'n ""' ! titration Boo
from a visit to his mother in
Bear Valley and resumed his pis
ition at the Welcome Pharmacy, j
W, Y King will Im' read) w
i a ..i" Bwfl aSr .
. rmamJL J. Jlala.1
rn i b-a. rr smftv i av
u i VXaaaW ,ri'ia1M
sal I i-VL rl
LbbtV aaaa tI ' aBaBBnaBBwVai
IV B aafaV '
Huring the III. of July cele
brations. Carl Von Welker, will
stages series of Comedy and
deliver fresh alfalfa hay in Burns !),,., , ,.IV wj M. t. I,,!,.,!
the last wi-ek in this month.
(inly a limited amount so you
better see him at once.
Coimtv clerk Motaershea
lot port lai 111 where In
I attend the Matftnif grand lodge.
Mra. s. F. Drinks at r and
daughter Ula left Thurada) fi r
Eugene where thin- i- to bt I
n-union of Mrs. Maks
MrsRalphByr.fi- it the Iwat theasal i- none
at the home of Dr. and Mr.
Maraden a few la- .In
returning to her Bear Valle.
rtember the Ikvring mower
and rake. Light running mower
with diimlnlm cinnlimixl i I hi PBUUIUUmmtlH;
maker and horse saver for
H mv at I
N. Bkown & Sonh, Agent.
If vou plant hut one fruit tree
songs anil monologoues lor sn
alities. Dance after each sh
Date, July I, I :i.
All home talent
F. E. BRAMLETT,
mi w k tun s ii i Mrs m9 sriis
last la Orssr.
All kin. I ..I plating- ll,l.... .imialt
i hi Main ami It St . Hum.. Oi
Oon't mlu aeelnq my
HVhAl sfttNi tad M MIR LINE
b fore ) u b'iv til 'Cea.
I hnvi i hi at in ihe l
me i 1 I'liiiiiaibU' IJn iliiiei mi that
i N'nu inn hivr a uM frwa
8IXTBBN Olili tR 0'
A p .it oi ti i.iid bom
PIVB OOUUMRS UP
and no more trotible about I hem for I Hiiaruntre a fit.
I STILL N CLEANINe. ltrlltNi ANI rtESSINa.
8e A. 8CHENK, The Merchant Tailor
B ti uti their land astsV
Star Wintb Point Monday.
They retrt crops in their neigh-
bjVBaod do - well, but in Carl Welker and .ifecamein
need af rain. Since that time on Thursday's Prine:l. stage.
have come. They had liuen aliscni
Dr. Manidei . u-d by Dr. Uuui . "'"' ,,tht"r l)lai"es
that your friends can litii
I -eburg where she attemliil
The OVERLAND HOTEL
F. A. Cole, Propt.
pirst Class LUell Appointed
COPFORTNBUE. Wlul. VEHTIURTFD, Rbk OUTSIDE ROOKS
Gueata Courteously Treated
Nothing but tXlhite Help uaed
Home of The Stockman and Farmer
ine Wednesday. She had uHALU imiitp. am sikei. miix ugtew
sMnt the winter with relatives laaaaaSBttuiiuunr.utttHUtiututtnmuviiuinuiiunuuuuuniutntmiitiitut
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
.1. Tee eoa Bfoasrs the nest
i tala aliitada (nrnt Ailatu(iurg.
i.".n takf all rraH(tiilili-'
mi mP r-.laiiv All trava war-1
rsaasf arat to name.
Rubj Murniw urriviil
McGEE & SMITH, Propts,
W totik BSSSJ nf Ihla liaru in May I ami liav UlpMl II
asaSsff uli sea n anil fcasBi II aliiHl uiaii W an In
a HHllinn lii i omntodaia lit pu!n in avery MrUcular anib
iiuitiirunif asseseaasss aad aaMted tssasi ts Had groat
M nlrallv IsSStSf ami loi.TriiUnl to Him ladlna hulela nf lb
city All alm'k bfl In our ram rest i-rwioal alUnUSn.
Horn's Immi -ilril liv tlit- day, week or mouth
lug price- lot turn and an aggravated
Geary, operau-d on Miaa Lelah
iatime and man) buy- Egli laat Tueadav for apjtendici-
thia section. Horse- tis. 1 1 wa a very aerious opera-
ed iiuoceaaful ami Mian Egli
ia doing ear) aaU.
will visit the scenes Misses Myrtle Mclntyre and
htv at John Day oa I Bertha Lew. botl neices of Frank
intereassd parties will
itter up and likely SS
ti- a asnseiuence
Itouin Aimer, int ni
school. The band aerenadel the
young lads Thursday evening as
orne to her return and re-ii-ni
in lheir proi'tice and1
I Hmwti a: Sons are making
lireparalioM io itiovi- the build-
inif niiu' iw-i-iiiiiiI liv lb,- Wirirliir
Tuesday accom.aii.i..: ar m ( tl tt(ijinlnr loU
April. They art now a
of Mrs. K. .1. Winters.
James Dotugai. home
S. Miller of this place, arrived
I ,. da) front Maker 'it.
an invitation to le in The young ladiea are here to vis
it relatives and im idctiuilly may
take advantaj bbsbt land
rights. Tin Tun. -Herald hat
also li'eii given a lip that it would
Im- hatul i" have couple of nice
young m-n S3 work these farms
Of aiBlM Frank had nothing to
do with this latter auggeation.
ter. Mian Josephine. .Iimmie has
been taking a whirl on the out
aide visiting Portland -oiith.-rn
Oregon and California ptenfa.
Miaa Donegan will visit In
July ti. As our cele-
tends over that dale it
the jieopl. of Harne.
chance to see him.
Miller was the titst
rgf this territory
as a (Witt of i, rant
back by July 1 with a
new line of iniln
in the roar and will at once begin
the erection of a stone building
..n tbe site vacated. The Times
li. i-.Id understands the building
will be but one story at present.
but a two-story foundation will
Drink v II Im- Im-laid so the upper walla nay
complete l-added ut any time.
' Tb. int National Hank of
K. Hramleti will have the key to jurn8 ha been notiti.il by State
the store during her ab.-.-i.c- and Tr.-asur.-r Btaal that the m-tilu
sny one deairing u purchase i tjon had been designated a state
goinls can find Mr. I.tanil.ti depository to receive funds of
BUDDI8T-REC. MO. 28S3J
I. ... li like i ..! i.t Ummb oaScial tmu4
haa avr bara known in ll. i- aafaa UHln.a; iinluairjr At rtrl bluli
u vasM eass at M gsaa Mas ".-rinaiarUiau4 inr wi.-u
thrir i.un.bvra ar buna. my al Ilia rata ul aa.Nv than l.aUi.Uii a
i Ilia- inarart n . i I-, ..uj.iIu.I b) Ilia lilHiriii "I Agrl
afSSata f '' aaSSI il.ai .i..liiiii..ii l.aa lawn nulalripaad by Ilia in.
l.nacwJi-i.t. .1 ibiiuairial ami inuiim n lal ilari-luiiiaiiti ( tlaiaoiialry.
.IrinaiMliug- ui U I Km- in ma Imiana tl.au nvmt balura. Ilia raconl '
iliaw Uia lai-t llial uin,-a lav MaSM 'i Ilia lamia l.ai aJraaaaat
iiio-1 ll.an pal - nt aillno IM .. i.rrllbl-a It mi
tin- Mara Hurra, m ii. vulur aj tlir liurw aliaa alma Jan I. IWM,
algaSalar lyjr St,Uai,tai) Ibaa tin t'.lal f all Uia boraaa and aiulaa
in ll,. I mi. -I -lau. ..I. Jau I, I -
BURNS COACH MOkSI: CO.
. . l f.r..
just across the street
MlV I 14 N..II...j4 u.wl .l...iirl.
I " " '.-...-
THAI liAlriKM Hlir I UilM SCWWAKl'S? r Gladys, Miaa Klla (row ley
iRev. A. B. Minaker
little son made up a art..
I uiue son tnaue up a pure. umi
Ive you ever noticed that wnenieft ear Ontario -if--irfnj lv
I . nrivuti- funvavanAo Mr. IIn!-
. .a . .aa,a aaia. aaa a"- -. aaawaa. -. 1 S - - - - .T .- . aa . -. . -
CC X UIllcLU WCdliiik' VJiut;-.iundlfoehUj vi8it
I larticulariy stvlih-extreme-;::;rUt;:; Z ?Z
n in anuearancc tnai vou in- ?rm",,ui "" ."
, nnas a permanent location.
ively say to yoursv-'l. ' I hati
have come from Schwartz s;
the state and pay them out upon
r check of the state
treasurer This is in accordance
with a law passed by the last
m i i.'is iu. 1 1 1 j vinv lit- Muninri v
wire and " " '
to the treasurer to deaignau
banks in Inch to make deMjiU.
.1 for the standing
relative and ' lne insiuuuon io ue mus
Mj;.it and me runner rail
i bat it ha ln?en made a U. 8.
depositar) witbm the past year
, anothei distinction that ia a
ot pride to home people
sVHBRB DO YOU BUY YOUR FRUIT TRBBSV
VlHI etiitjl'l bill llit'lli frlli lli
OREGON NUR5ERY COMPANY, VALEM. OREGON
k'ou are tamiiiar with the lady
Displays the style, vou ask her
In't it come Irom Schwiirtz's?"
havt a reputation tor handiiiiK stylih go ds.
kputation we are maintain uk to the fullest dc-
all ai the store and :ct how easily vnc can
uu--even il you are hard to pi-at.
full iine of siapl aiu fancy
oceries always on hand
he Busy Corner Store"
J.C WELCOME A .SON
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I .11. iianrya la a raanlmt ( llariaay
oaamly a n.a.. iMlgnt- ....I Mill ir-al jrua) ria-l.' lb
ill i.k. aa aJ iai. r a liara tliara la ui) iiuaa luf uaja
Iraa aa ll,. U lima, aaxl awl all arlaa raul.'a ll I..
aalni aUa. .... i n l.igli altlllMla,
If yull Ixiad ali bu I iaa-. ul naaiaulal tlnubUi n ruaaa, limu
Mr -orn a l.na at latwrn "o.
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V l&aa HttTfltiiBr"'" vlagl k .U
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Slraivf ' l
ran U aartead ly wtMaiag oaat I & i . "M
X yum aaraaw by aw caSaVatad I j JL&, afl
CARL JOSEPH ft gjH
mt A COMPANY B pTT (B
PaaWl alc. fa aad work II i M f ''wfcij
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HAI.KY. PKNWKK A.IA(KSU.
UkY lilMIDS. II HMMII.MiSa SUOFS, HATS kSi CAPS
Fruit. Ve.xett.blea. Soft Drinks, Confec
tionery. Oiara and Tobacco.
main ., Burna, Oregon
a a o rfvEr
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Bja VaBSaaaaaaaTaV I
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t Brewery Saloon j Burns Flouring Mill j
I kgax H'ii l" lli I'Ubll' Mt tlt
for Ceiluloi A
Handled Whips i
and all similar :
supplies in our j
Call and get our j
ami an I lllall- n i. . ilc.il. .1 In all M I him -ia' - anl ilia
ll bill li.l . !aa .1 lioota
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
tlrettrry . nka urv uu.ler iin uianaa;riiiri.i A i.k ami
i.i in . i u. ..mug cut a liml ilaaa pt.aluvl
Your Patronage So'icited.
HAKNhV VALLEY BRUINt COMPANY.
J3S ITU-vTuVHNr, PTopt.
n HO' I II MILL PIIDttSS IS I i I) i
' iimttni , ii,r UJsd "
"i.,,u vuftavitu in MUftftly ttu- rountry
fur U nullll.su KHt milt-.t (U ti,
! FLOUR, HULLED BARLEY, CHOP, AND !
! . a
All kinds of Mill Feed always 01 (titd
; ; iHt tfcll Haiti I HARkLI CHICL CAID Ml tUf MiLLid IMt.il
CUSTOM WORK DONS
James Hicks, Manager j Good Seed Wheat for Sale I