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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1907)
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Johnson is a visitor from
I'lrvangsr'a fin lit ,
Sitx was a business viai-.
I -a wen Wednesday.
us Chocolates in package
pore Citv Drng Store
1 new racers are now en i
fnr th Ath nf .Inlv
Kt Jr. combination band
It and cultivators at
k of Harney County
First National Bank of Burns
unrrae statu dcpositary.
OtHSMN STATE DEPOSITARY
Statraarat at the doe Dlhwiw, Mar SOth. 107
Horton, Reciever Gowan
t. Tumey made a triD to
i oa..... QfciwJa .
CII rhuuii LMUlluaj
Accounts cordially ao
'your home institution ' '
ey Uo. National Hank
I Patterson has been In
3 For several days. He is
to Ontario where he
isit his parents for a
mlnaHulhurt Linen and Bonds,
HRh-d envelope. Station
Biritatinn mil latest and
B I'uy 'rug Store.
ami lhacoonti $17S.403
laited State Boad 80,000 00
Bond aod Sccaritie 1S..U0 93
Premium on 0. S. Bomd 2,000 00
Ural Rata. Parattarr aad
Pixtarm 0,000 00
Siiiaaatlna r d - 1,360 00
I 96,000 00
$275, 727. W
Patipris mi tsnabarg
We invite your banking business, no mat tor how small your ac
count may be. We extend to our patrons every courtesy and con
sideration conaistant with safe banking and prudent business
Riirhy is home from a
' Btrip to Southern Oregon
He was called by the illness
a-iff. He reports Mrs.
btBi the road to recovery.
Ht to buy 320 acres of raw
iijrhtK improved sage brush
Wu-i be well located.
C. E. LlNTHACUM,
. Hv-r. of San Francisco.
Hf Mrs. Iieon M. Brown,
fti a visit t the latter.
eci to n-main ahout a
Garden seed of all kinds al C. H.
Otia Patterson is rvr from I
Dr. W. C. Brown has
into his now office rooms
rear of the post office building.
Every body! Come and register
Ben Newman was up from the
Island ranch yesterday.
Combined Planet Jr. handaeed
era and cultivators at Schwartz's.
moved j The young people enjoyed a
in the ' social dance at Locher's hall last
You can buy a Jones chain
in our Free Registration Book, so mower and rake for $85 at C. H.
that your friends can find you. , Voegtly'a.
Smith & Swan's. MrK F c mhbe and ittle ,
ami Estate Office over fpom ajfcssj creek dur.
People keep pouring into the ing the week.
j Harney country as fast as the
stage ami private conveyances
Job printing The Times-Herald
W. H. Morrison was in the city of business un here vou know.
J. W. O'Bnnnon has begun
i work at stone cutting.'
Kverv ladv calling at the Citv
Drugstore will he given trie
package of Biln Mm I'oanli-i
We were visited by another Rm
rain this week which hnsa btSfl
followetl by what seems sonic un
necessary owl weather.
Hefor huying a ing m
Of piano ou should V
t'levenger. U- is a horn- man And
ahta to make von heller price h
sidas is responsible.
I Schwartz and little daughter
who have bttl in Portland BwWS
the tirst of the month where Ike
attended the Masonic grand
lotlge, are expectetl homo this af
Parties owing A. K Kit-haul
son for lumber are requested in
settle up as soon as possible.
These accounts are of long stand
ing and should In- gi en attention
C. T. Cary is again in th.
It doesn't necessarily follow that
there is any particular attraction
to account for his frequent
of late Jake has a vast amount
lie Harney County National Bank of Burns"
"YOUR HOME INSTITUTION"
We Solicit Your Banking Business.
Onion eels al Vnegily's 1ft cents
per pound while they last
Jones chain mowers and rakes
186 while thev last at C. H. Voegtly'a.
B. F. Siler has purchased the
The luiif n fine if j m wih
in nfll, for .u u iii vior swnperti
DS SO M Mic ami get . t i.
W Noting eoh
Snnil. I loweh,
Raw) K-isi. Doa
Mis Clnyte llnrniw (k her
dewrtun Tuesdav for hMiland
Henry Vulgamore residence pn - she will l.kelv risti I Aagl
u frllnwa that want to
ckar Jaok horses, will
art with a Cracker Jack
ii iarl you right for lift
n. prmlrg free of charge
V M Htrwabt.
can bring them. We're growing
in population quite rapidly and
our new people are all of a desira
The HARNEY COUNTY NA
TIONAL BANK of Burns,
"your home institution," issues
DRAFTS & MONEY ORDERS.
Available in all parts of the
Irving Miller returned on the
special Thursday. He has been
attending the Agricultural col
lege at Corvallis and ia home to
spend the vacation with his pa
rents Wm. Miller and wife.
I ir ( Hrnwii. Driilial
in the new stone building i
the iv-i Mate,
Bi went out to his Wagon
Kh the first of the week,
Khter. Miss Lelah. who
H underwent an operation
ndicitis. was not so well
ft but is again on the mend
Bg very well.
rsfceo. Hagney arrived here
i Knyon City last Wednes-
H is sHnding a few days
father. Hon. C. W. Paf-
Bie came over immediate-
BearniiiK of her father's
pd wai much relieved to
Bi much better upon her
Hb' announcement t' the
ram for the 4th of July cel-J
sill be made through the
kts next week. It is
have all arrangemenu
1 early in the week.
Ines men will be oon-
Kid invited to participate
Harade and forenoon exer-
liuit we may have some
ng and entertaining fea
It ia unfortunate that
tails were delayed but
bt well be helped when it
K so few who really take
interest. The busmen
Genera Manager Woldenberg
of the Blue Mt Rapid Transit
Co. arrived here Thursday noon
with a special coach loaded to
the funrda with passengers and All kinds of land scrip,
the regular stage was also load- chancoa.
Rolert E. Davey arrived here
Thursday to join his parents,
Hon Frank Davey and wife.
I am selling out my Jones chain
mowers and rakes $K6 while
they lasts, (ret one now C. H.
T. P. Bement representing the
Northwestern Granite Co., of
Baker City, is in the city on bus
iness If you don't own a Studebaker
Wagon you don't own the wagon
that is superior in every way to
N. Brown & Sons. Agents.
J. C. Turney, locator and sur
veyor. Lands bought and sold.
pcrty in this city-
Fur Hniie-rleaii lucaliona
M. FitaUaiald ll.e pioneer I
Looamm of Barney Coan
K N Nelson says Jim
and Bob Reed had excellent luck
fishing in Surprise creek the oth
and other points during hi
"", Mrs. Archie MH'.owan and hi
de son and her sister Miss I on.l
Hicks Smith left Tuesday inornitll
Portland where ihe .o.ci hfl
spend the stimmei
Prof. Raymond, who w ill hold
ReniemlMr the Deering mower the position of principal of the
and rake. Light running mower luublic schiaiU of this .-in nhirfnw
I 'olile nbe rg informs us he
will lake up his residence in Can
rib - to be centrally
I'sate.l on the stage lineof which
he is eneral manager.
oiintf's Meat Market and
Oroearj has ... nt lv received a
.1. it n r O'luputing scales
el anient. Some
now tU ' k has also Ui'ii added
includ h fruits and cuti-
I lu- Capiti I liiirhvr Shop
II. J RKKIK Pnrpt.
- liathing and
I ii -I i la I'oiisorial Work.
I.i KNs OREGON-
I 1 J KtU-
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nits seslofj my
ad sif UN
U'lth rllinil.ili v nnml.itwul ia k . .
-.-. --.-... ,v.t w. .u h. virer tnf, comitUT VCSr
mwiifj niaarr ami nurse saver ior
N. Brown & Sons. Agents.
Wm. Bennett, who resides in
Silvies valley, made a business
trip to this city last Friday. -Blue
Mrs. Grace Lampshire and her
sister-in-law. Mrs. Albert Brown
took their departure Thursday
for Eugene. They go overland
with their own team.
from Fort ENdwell, California,
Tuesday. He spent but a dn or
two here, however and left
again yesterday for California
He expects to return alsuit .lulx
16 to remain permanenth
Sam Mothershead is back from
Portland when- he attended the
Masonic grand lodge and also ad
vanced to the higher dojPMi sj
Masonry. He didn't make the
City Kestaprant and Bakery
mm JAtt" Ltt. Prsfl.
I'.ji Mn Bl.k. Maw Si. lam, In.
aastaJt ..i imri onlara. '
IikI Um lltkrry la foa
BattSH tir, .akaa, bread
. i. -, 'l.iiigliniiU, ate air.
OPEN h A Vi. nd NIGHT
Uia lam a all
The HARNEY COUNTY NA
TIONAL BANK of Burns, "your
home institution" respectfully
solicits the banking business of
trip "across the burning sin
The HARNEY COUNTY N A- with the Shnners. however
TIONAL BANK of Burns, "your Perhaps he was not equal to a
Mrs. I. H. Holland, her daugh
ter Gladys and Miss Ella Crowley
arrived home Thursday from a
viott to Malheur county. They
were accompanied home by Mrs.
Holland's mother. Mrs. Glenn,
who will visit here for an indefi
nite time. nd several others of his town l,,nUd -
1 were here after land and all made
I C. R. Spurbeck. of (ien
j Idaho, was a caller at this
office the first of the week. He
Home institution cordially in
vites the account of the wage
earner as well as the stockraiser
If you plant hut one fruit tree
bava it the beat the beet is none
too good. Vou ran procure the Iteat
fr tbia altitude from AdauiUaorge
His OOtDpsnv lakes all reepoliailnli
lv and will ri-plaoe. All traaa war-
double dose of the
goat at one
R. J. McKINNON,
Slswa iMBcUer. liTM Uoatj.
Iloine ioI'O Hums, Oregon
hi ' i 'h M and
as hi the
I oil Irodl
5IX D i iR U
FIVD DOUUBRS UP
and no more trouble about them l .e a fit
I ST1U N CLEaNINw. VIwM B PlrSSPl
8e A. 8CHENK.Th. Merchant Tailor
lucni, Or -,
LIVERV, FEED AND SALE
CAST YOUR EYE ON THIS
Mrs. S. E. Drink water will be
back by July 1 with a complete
Dew line of milinery. Mra F.
filing before returning.
Will Jacobs came over
Mrs W. R. Gradon is up from I
her Portland home on a visit to
I'ork .11, v ( -tit
Butter, (nt roll
Any cut from fore
ipi.iriei i prune ri
.1 and lets.
A and acts.
E. Bramlett will have the key to ibis Buck crook
her mother Mrs. S.
Mrs. Gradon spent
the days of
the store during her absence and day and upon his return took his ; her girlhood here and has many
purchase wife and children back. Mrs. f nends among the old time reai-
Bramlett Jacobs has almost entirely re-denU. Her daughter Mias Ver-
any one desiring to
goods can find Mrs.
just across the street
The premium list for the fair
this fall has been printed and' Neil Smith, Nolie Reed and
will be sent throughout the coun- Roawell Hamilton all came in
ty at osiee. The Fair Association ,t Saturday from attending the
has made a very material increase ' Agricultural College at Corvallis
covered from a serious surgical non, now a young lady, expects
operation which she underwent a , to join her mother here in a short
few weeks ago. 'ie and they will likely spend
the summer with Mrs Bowen.
Don't Pay More When You
Can Buy Cheaper
Ice Delivered to anv Part of the Citv
Young's Meat Market and Grocery
McGEE & SMITH, Propts.
Ws liHik charge of this ham x'
sntlraly with n ng si i fi - II gaiiml i. una SV'a srs hi
S laclliun In a i-oiuiiiiHlai lh pu ilar with
(Vtnfurla'-U convryaiicra and II 'l- K .1 I' rout
ia oanlrally liM'aiad ami set i Una hntals of tba
oily. All stock lafi in our car- ill iibau.
Horses IhirhIimI Uy I lie iluv, wiik or month
in the premiums this year eapoc
uUiy as to stock, agriculture and
horticulture. As these industries
t do their part in this! are most important at this time
order to make the pro- the fair board has (fuito properly
mplete success. given them particular attention.
Nolie finished the course in phar
macy and while in Portland took time with his sons, Ben and Looi
the state examination. He has Bl. Mr. Brown sees some change
not yet been apprised of the
suit of that examination.
N. Brown, the old and respect- sasjsasjMSaWHmmtuisiitt:t::::::uuui:i
ed pioneer merchant, arrived
here from San Francisco Thurs
day and will remain an Indefinite
THAT fARIENT COIE FRO! SCBWARTrS?
ave you ever noticed that when
ilsee a woman wearing some-
particularly stylish extreme-
during his three year's absence
and is pleased to see Burns and
At the annual school meeting the Harney country advancing
last Monday afternoon Ceo. Size- 1 Its early struggles for exist-
oounty seat contest and
for the establishment of
more wae elected director for a
term of three years and W. E.
Huston clerk for th cumin vesr the I '. S. land office Burns had
The dark's report showed $14.- in thu old gentleman its boat
97 on hand. A five mill special friend He worked insistently
tax was levied for school purpoa-' and without blaring of brass
ea for the ensuing year. The bands or the firing of anvils. Mr.
board think this is sufficient in-, Brown has many warm personal
I The OVERLAND HOTEL
F. A. Cole, Propt.
First Class CJUell Appointed
COSFORTABbE, WEbli VENTIbftTlO, Mbu OUTSIDE ROOMS
Guoata Courteously Treated
Nothing but UJrilts Help used
Home of The Stockman and Farmer
CUIIALU LtUltl. JUIN Mlti .1. Hi, ukfckw
n roljltiij j I Hi) I . fjf JjMgggf l' ;w
cas bs aecurad by waarina utm 11" M
U uar $2 0 ausa. aaaJa ... j L I
vow aaaaaura by wat talabfatad A .awfl
Msfchaot laiur. B , .NhawawH kl
CARL JOSEPH Wm
wat company mm -l
OP CHICAGO H ,,
Pasha W. at sad issjft
IA Sasniss miydua 4iK) I
Latin ssaaaursyoe. A lew I WjM ti'tMmM
day bnags tSa mat. utWggl v'
s Ussaplas aad Fashaoo ' ' f
a Iftjawa by
I...J! : a. a. ,i l A i a: J.. am L.a .iahui mam.
hriuouiK interval on ine oonoeu inenuA uuiuhk bhs pawawaw -in
iiPPearcinCe that VOU 111- indebtedness. This is the lowest dents of this section who join in
tively say to yourself. 'Thatif"r'nrofy"t"
have come from Schwartz's;"
you are lamiliar with the lady
displays the style, you ask her
n't it come ifom Schwartz's?"
Vc have a reputation for handling stylish go ds.
cputation we arc maintaining to the fullest de-
Call at the store and see how easily we can
you--even if you un: hard to please.
extending him a hearty welcome.
full line of staple and fancy
;roceries always on hand
he Busy Corner Store'9
J. C. WELCOME SON
for Celluloi A
and all similar
Call and get our
Bus os, Oregon
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DRY (iOODS, FUlNISHhdS, SHU, S. II, IS a) UPS
Fruit. Vegetables, Soft Drinks. Confec
tionery, Olara and Tobacco.
main St., , Oiogon.
The Burns Flouring Mill
JOB JaTUT.. VAN J'
MIIIH.KN HO' I hi MILL IMi. Mm I)!
Blue Mountain Rapid Transit Line
Fully t'ifii . .
XttjJltUIlt 1 II full I tij I
fur it rmliu.s 11 ll)ii mil.
our wftraiaaf inm Aatlia i Prairk City. Jwss us, Cisjim Cay is Ssrs. wTsjea
1 y. dsjs in in Liski 1 Cii) ' ..mi'., ' n oa.
(iood, 1 uintoiuliti uiii.ij.iiiu 1. 11. lul ihivcr 1'iiii
C Una SullOlla .ilon llu Iwl.U K.n lul.l In lillllU ullly I05
milca. Kul i.ilrj ak
L. WOLDHNBEWG, Manager.
IBeilcex City. Oxegroxa.
HOUR, ROLLfcD iiAKLtV, CHOP, AND!
All Kisis tf lill Feed always tu Uia. j
mt m imi&t iiisti rmtb n m uu mi m imur j
CUSTOM WORK OOMS
j Good Seed Wheat for Sale I