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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1907)
er' fine Hm
Ip from Law-,
ptcvik in DM
ik over tno
Us office yes-
t people are
fcnd pick them
Our business has increased to such an extent ihirinp th
year that we find it necessary to make new arrangements for
its proper care. We have consequently secured the services
of Miss Davey. formerly official stenographer to Hon. Frank
W. Benson.' Secretary of State, who will especially assist the
management of this bank in handling our mit-of-town busi
ness. We' are now prepni-eii to ptrftd our
Banking by Mail
system so that it will not Im imriM by any other bank
ing institution in Oregon. Every communication receiv
ed will by answered promptly and all business -ntrusted
to us by mail will receive the persona! attention of an
ecutive Mtlicor of this bank.
First National Bank of Burns
UNiTi i res n i isirK
nnlv to tlio
v and Miss
WL and register
Hion Book, so
n csv tind you.
Ml Estate Office
gh Brothers de-
id kighbora and
HpiI them and
thy in tlwir late
1 sage brush
left for her
F. Crowley is in the city.
h ard is in with freight
.1. H. -Ionian is up from his
Pa Uwn home.
Born To Mr and Mrs. Mel Par
ker. Thursday, a son.
Tim Donovan was from his
mountain home yesterday.
ftff Sale Three desert relin
quishments. Inquire at this
The Heinz Bros were here tins
week with freight for local mer
chants. .1. A. Eberlc ha been hero
during the past week looking
"cr the held with a view of in-
'H in real estate. Mi I
n (' ..ndon where he has
just disposed of hH holdings.
All 'lowing themselves
this morn- ",k'Pte(l G. W. CIlfMgW are
Kks left vvith
Arte In this
Hxad will re
Hit aunt for
ftr from the
B his mother
ftad been at
ty since Miss
ruted on aev-
e young lady
r July 16 an
Hr Mrs. N. A.
Htl Her hus
Hni' from here
reiiiested U) cull and settle either
by cash or ROtl M 0V Ik-fore Aug
Pick Noble ll in the cit
W. D. Ooodrieh of Spokane
looking over this section.
V. B. Parker was doing baffJ
ness in this city Thursday.
Paul Blume was down from
his mountain home Wednesday.
Mrs F. A. Cole made I trip to
Harnev Thursday after berries.
A Barirain One binder
sale by C. H. Davis. Harney.
You can buy a Jones chain
mower and rake for $Nf at (.'. II.
I)r YV 0. Hrown,T-niii Ofte
in ih imw otmi" Imilrli r'li (
1 1,. I'nai (tli.
I am selling out my Junes chain
mowers and rukei H eBik
MSt. Get one 1 1 v l i
A. Venator was in tow
land business yesterhay. He in-
Al Southerland is m the dtj
I'a.i. ll.. n)i (torn 1j&w
Adam (.orge was in the city
John Cary nmong the visitors
fnnn Crane Creek this week.
Scott Calterson was hobnohing
with his old time friends hen
Mr and Mrs Wm Cummins and
Miss Dratt Dodson left Thursday
for lh. Stein's Mountain on
a camping trip.
I'.tlot' buying n nfwiiiR niHiliiiM
OT iiiui- wm aliollhl tf V
Cll 'iig. M. i n lioniH liiwii mid
nliV ( m ika ronhfittff pries. I
id) a i ri-on il ie.
tors of the Fair Asso
elation u inged to have
the ' fine condition
i hi- eek and
I it is the In
tention i OHM mntine.
during Vuuiist. These will in
I'luili- running raws for saddle
hones. Hoys get youi best hor-
U uh-im Oesanlslsi in incksgei
fri !i iind pars City Drug
James Mahon made a hurneil
business trip to th
Jones chain mowers and rakes
for $85 while they last. u C. H. V08f
DtBO At bar home near this
city last Satunlay, July 13, Mrs.
E. C. Taylor, aged U years.
"lie Of the pioneer
ladies of this section and was
Sntur- highly raapoctad by all her no
quaintances, Mrs. Taylor had
bfj n an invalid for many years
caused by an injury to her spine
from a fall. She had shown
marked improvement since last
Your Interests are ours; Your Prosperity Is ours;
Ry " Your Home Institution ' '
09 A MM BANK
Is important not only fur the present, but nl. for years
'The right Bank connection will be a material help ksffllfl
very day business.
'This bank has a successful record of safe, conservative
hanking from the day of its organization
wk inyite roun BUSINESS
THE HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
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Kill. Mtiwt'wr, ramiiiK i" iMrviiKiii -- -. i. ..lit.
in.K ill the li,- f ,.. ,..L . , .. : .... .. . ifM III HM lli-.l.lll
' " -" ". ;(i(i weij'.ni .mil mis iii rMTiinn
hut is reported better.
For ll'iiii- -1 ml I i -
M FitiG ii in..
I . '. r of II ' ' Ulltj .
( aldwell has received the
I fmnt and Bailing for his
ladi ssllii u ti" it
Ihivul Jones, of And:
Mrs James MclVvitt and littie
daughter left Sunday for her
home in Idaho. She had intend
d spending the summer he
but having persuaded her mother
Mrs (Jreen Hudspeth, to accom
pany her. Mrs lludsieth has
for a long
lime and hope the change will
Ixnctit her. Mr lliiihwth uc-
ioinpanied lh. in .is lai as (he
o-isism-iEiiscEisr i i i
r..rmn n. h has hn miitn hnsv arrived hen- thismoininff to visit
1 This step is necessary and it Bince his last visit bate in the I . Mrs A M. Ijrri for
is boped all will n-HKind without f ,. hB fivfi ,.n uia .-,. few weeks.
valley ranches in good sh:q.e. A Hawser, the ..Id pioneer
Mr and Mrs Ed South worth
were over from Bear Vnll. Tue
day having brought Otis Patter
son and an other gentleman in on out there and had a fine range
land business. They returned but since he t.x.k the land set-
home after a short visit with
built a good house, barns, cellar, resident of Harney, is in the
corrals and fenced. He said he citv todaj rl Mag his daughter,
started to make a stock ranch Mrs .1. K. lKgun.
its. Only a few davs bafote
Iter death ahewat planning with
her husband for the fatara. in
fad oa the day of her death she
quite eh. ) fut. although n.t
ng to well in the morning.
Bhi SMI Ivinjr OB the IhiI at the
noon hour an i rmivi rsing wi'h
lier husband and after he had
hil luncheon she tell asleep.
Mr. Taylor busied himself iboul
nl. nad ng in quenl visits
In I..T r.min viliiri' she luv in III.
ion until after 2 oVock. City Restaurant and Bakery
He linally tin. unlit he would wake hiipv lSWiai i
her. bat could not, though h. r "nkVn JU Utt TT-
ba at lung continiasl niitunil and Past OfllCC Block. Nsio L Bsrs. Ore
bar pulse strong This condition
i iiniinui d up to within a few
uuiiuie . iH'iore tier deatn. lier
The Capitol liarher Shop
II. J. KF.EI). PNg4
Headojaartars for bathing and
First-Class Tm.orial Work.
HI HNS. . OKrXiON-
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mm aismBaai av av a mm.- -ea. er
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14V VI idgffii Jr
'iva arii w
C. A. Sweek and family.
Hank Anderson returned last
week from Alboin. Idaho, where
he went to see his brother James.
riliiul lit ll... Mr. rn, 'V Sl'.vi Mill
tlementhaBcompletel.vsmPM.,.,1 , , , ... (;(HK,
id and pUntv of lumber to fill
Hough lumber $lli par thou- maiden name was Olive A. Ilishop
V '. tally nl hurt SMSfS
hnl iUm II.Lrry In ru-liM-tloii
ilc, . nkw. Iirrxl
eOOklM l'.llt.lltlta, r. rl.
P t mH Mlng my
fcKUTMM moSIMIt LIU
b fore J i bjy
I h iv il ni in Mil- Kn bael snd
ini'ii I ' i il'l.- CJiiiIiiic on the
i i, n'.hi . in base -"'it fii.m
aiXTl HN D 71 U
A i oi ..ni
Fivn DOUUaRS UP
and no more trouble alsiut them fi iratitee a M
i stili n amm. itrtniNti tM russiNt.
See A. 8QHENK, Tho Merchant Tailor
1 " '
ed him cutting him off from
I ' Raymond, the newly elect-
ad principal of the public schools
. B. McPher 'in who is work-
TU. 1. !.. r l r .. . . i , . " ll" nili'lii'l HI III1 inn ir'i
me IUIU.T leceniiv sunereu tu U1IS CUV. reiurnetl iriiliu irip , .,
i . . ,. . ,.. oi me
ivvaii in the
I the K-uie
gatiy ii pear
y be nei
s i ne land
fas a busi
111 make his
to ate crops
iking so well
a stroke of paralysis and his con- to California the first of the week
ditioii was iiuite serious for a time and will remain here jiermanen
but is now much improved with tly. Prof Raymond informs u-
his Bister, who was so unfortu
nate an In l.r burned the t
the month, had not fully
ered althou;. h at bat D
torious. Mr. Spr;..
ance and had his ha
and she was Ixmi Jan 111, lH4f at
Beaaiaghaasi Vanaaat Mai
K. ('. Tavlor April. Ii3. To
.urn was lioni a dBUgktl ",
bah, who died in Feb. 1W7.
The funeral was taadjucted Sun-
'einiM.n, service were held
few days during al ""' l'"sl,yterian churrh by
kcv. A. J. irwin.
every indication of complete
A fire was discovered in the
wihmI sheds used hf I. Schwartz,
and . I. V. Welcome jr lust Sun
day afteni.Hin and an alarm turn
ed in. It I.h.I i vihilf liL..
the wood I id the sma,t""-"od is improving rapid!
building adjoinii . them would
entirely burn, an thai wen ibtas
M M InUirio, wa
in thi- eft
The ni. if ..ii wi-h
I, fur veil la li-i V ur piBpi i I
10 BUII.U MW MM IftttbTUH.
lllu I. mi rail
R. J. M( KINNON,
Slsci Isspaltr, Karat Cetoty.
Ilniiiii tddttSSi Huriin, Oregon
LIVERV, FEED AND SALE
lag all over, kit the lire boys
soon hud two sireums of water
playing and put it out in a few
A. 0. Faulkner, the civil en
r, arrived home Tuesday
evening from a trip to the Syl
vester Smith place where he sur
veved ant! made an estimate upon
new rc.M-rvoir site and irriga
tion scheme. He left again
Thursday morninf for Lake coun
ty where he goes on a similar
mission for partial w ho are work
ing on a big irrigation pi
He was accomiiunied by Duke
Young und they expected to
make the drive to lakev iew in
Tlir Harnc) CssatJ Natli.nal BanL Will
Suon Have IlinJ-uiiu- II. .mc
expects sism to go to
Joaiiuin Miller, the much re
spected and honor. .
in this city last Sunday and in i The plai pecmcatu
a couple of days in this bection. fur the mv. I.iuldiuv t.. I .
Mr Miller was the first ouniv od oa BSO corner recently occu
judge of Grant county and during pied by th. . iiar, and)
the Indian depredations in early'whichi o l ooaapitd by tin
days got up a volunteer army of Harney Oouatj National Hank,
men and chased the red skins I have bee ed and the work I
clear across the Harney country, will I.. ut August 1st. It
on over to Warner where they i will been Bsalara
lought and deteated them. He structures in the city of native
CAST YOUR EYE ON THIS
!! and I. I
4 and ll
itter, per rail wicts.
n .ut froai fare Quarter (prinu rib excepted) ggs
Don't Pay More When You
Can Buy Cheaper
Ice Delivered to any Part of tho Citv
Young's Meat Market and Grocery
McGEE & SMITH, Propts.
M.' look saargjl Sf iMg barn i i. Mav I SI i hava ripjlppeii It
lillrrl nllh nsW rigS and lrii. sell d oaiua. Wk ara In
0"lli.ii In a. i '.iiiliiixJala Ilia pu SSHlsalSI Willi
.i.iiifiirla'.li . i . gntSO siid . ir .1 Uissjf lbs Hnl Kroot
i 'iitrallv Im lr. ami colivfiiUnl in 1 1.. i.mbini hntcla of lha
city All alnck Ml n SSJ cr. i .in...
Horn's iNiiinlnl by the tluy, nk or month
desired to again visit the scenes
of those early struggles and up
on expressing a desire to viit
old camp Harney, where he sjggg
( headquarters. N. Brown secured
a team and took him over Tues
day. Mr Miller was delighted
with this valley and told a rep-
Pusy Corner Store"
rne on hand a complete'
date line ot clothing,.
Gents furnishing joods(
s, nats, caps, boots,
pif and Fancy groceru a.
ire eomfcT cauiDintr take
Lammook and enjoy your
cut stone and will be Ki feet and
4 inches by 23 feet 4 inches. The
interior will be handsomely fin
ished and furnished in rmxlern
fetvlc with latent improved vaults
There will be three Mr. it ss
i In main entrance to
rettentative of this great religious the lobby will he on the corner,
weekly that he felt amply repaid another gsj the north Rtiaal and
for his trip in the la.st mile before an outside entrance to tin- office
reaching Hums, in viewing the room in the rear. ii.- I'mi.t will
magnificient grain fields. He be plate glass and pjato glass
says we can raise anything here window.- will bt placed in the
, with such fine soil. Mr Miller north with an In . I laws
left Wednesday morning by way alu
i Canyon city for his home in jUM TlaO 1 IBM H raid ll itaaa i at
county where he is interested note such improvements and
with his brother is a big water hopes to see fvefal aafh build-
power site. I the near future.
I J.C. WELCOM!;&SON
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The OVERLAND HOTEL
F. A. Cole, Propt.
First Class LUell Appointed
COflFORTABIE, WEbh VENTIUHTIO. fibb OUTSIDE KOOpIS
Cueats Coufteously Treated
Nothing but Ulhite Help uaad
Home of The Stockman and Farmer
CINIKaUV LOCAltP. MAIN Sfltll. WINS, VKttjUN
.iitw:uuut::ii.auuuimunii. . ....
WHB.BOOYOUiUY YOUR FRUIT TRBHS?
Von l.'.ul'l but ll.. ... Ii'.ui Ilia
OREGON NUkERY COMPANY, VAIEM. OREGON
I your mail orders- -They
e our best attention.
lusy Corner Store" I
avaai - M
r B .afll H aV fl
L W SmmM
srj ik.' j
him oj i wm nEfw
lli JhSBu IJi 'ea (tUii ar8 I
flnlir f iH rK or Celluloid '
aBK.!H m$ Handl d Whip
Bl-' i w an( a' fc'ms'ar
im&B' r. '..;.,. 0 Iti (Mil
jjflaa f''fv.t line.
mykWi1 r. REPAIRING
Mlnl' 'Em " anc gct 0Mr
mm Burns, Orsgoo
I lila i- a ipuualblt liriu.
I l.u.r trtHM ara all l.ul.l. I U k
pajtaat lo aaiad lit
oari uu.i i
mmr 'mmWi 1
BraTaTaeETBraTare . J
Can l MCUMU Wf wrafMif aM
oi cajr $20 Mala, ma.lt u
ycajf mraaura by lh caidxal' 1
Mni liaiS Taaiwi
OF CH I C AG
PmUa ayia. h and vwrb.
Aahaia aanay tWovti tt'U
you. A law
Ssssalss ssd Fahoi.i
.HAliKY. FKNWirK a J ( Ksn.
DKV dOODS, HBMSMINdS, SMUIS, lhl AND C4fS
Fruit, Veietttblest Soft Drinks, Confec
tionery. Cigars and Tobacco.
main St., Bum, Oryon
t tr traara ai nr.iwu on alioU-ruul h-.II.ii
aa in aiaiiiinwl Individual!)
lu-r ara u.u .... i. ull
I..U l.iuui:iil lo ll,u MaMlui .a-l Ull aa llir l.n.al I.. I ..I 1im
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, luaatilalivc 1 11 Iib.,i. i a i. -l.l.nl l4 llaiua
...it i .Kin 'i in u.u n.i.riik mi. will iraat oa rl.h, Ha
...i eava "i ii" "il i '. r 'Hi n- la u I) " . lof oaa
.' aa lata "rd.-r .ailing lor fU If. ., Bl l a "I all v liu r. ijillra it lo
-i.i. Ml. I l -m high . I; ii I
Banal i. I.u l rta , una.. r) I . -a, ill. o
i . ,.
The Burns Flouring Mill
J"a TU iuVNT. Prw,
i i MOUtlfN ROMER MILL PKOCISS IS USEO 1
' eiuijtnt niiitn irtiruliir una J
Blue Mounlain Rapid Transit Line
fn 4uiia via frairie City, Jsbs Ka, Usss til) Is Bsrst, VrgM
days from Uukii City to Murni, Orsgoa.
i, loiuioiubk- ccevsyinrei Laniui drivsn Kirai
Llu!, Suiiona aloii)4 lliciuule Kailroail In Hums only ll5
milts. Kor rW a.ik
L. WOLDENBERG, Manager.
:3ais:x City, Oxegroxa.
siilititnf ittnucitu to .sniiiiljf ! nlry
or it rtiUiu.su' K( uiilt.s in
FLOUR, ROLLED BARLEY, CHOP, AND !
All Klats tf Dill Feed always no Hand
j Ut tm MraitSI MAlltl mill: t'Altl iOR lOUD MILLINtt tAl j
I CUSTOM WORK DONE
: Good Seed Wheat for Sale