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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1909)
llAB THE I.AKOKBT GIWJUI.A.TION OP
ANY KKWSrAl'KH IN TIUH COUNTY.
SATURDAY, JANUARY TO. JWW.
HIuc prints of any township In
(he Hums land district, showing
intries, dntcs of the same, topo-
rrnphy, reserves and vacant land.
price $1.00 each, lour order
llled and forwarded on the fol-
jwing mail J. 0. Tnrncy.Burns, !
JroRon. I I
Hdisoyi Phonographs and ro-l
ards for salo nt Lunuburjr As'
If you want n Carriage Heater
lopkins Bros', is the placo to
let n good one.
Mr. Conrad and wife were up
rom their nomcsionti near
Wright's Point the first of this
Catch those coyotos! How?
jVhy, with a pair of my coyote
jogs. For sale at $10 each.
)r. L. E. Hibbard.
I N. B. Sutton took his depart-
a-e Thursday morning lor mo
Ikanogan section in Washington
Iherc he thinks of investing.
Don't forget tho mask ball at
arrows ret), lz. nan-is
Itzgerald will manage it and
Iarsey & Welkcr's orchestra will
irnish the music.
In purchasing real estate, be-
are oi the line, uemaim oi
le grantor an abstract of title
tho land conveyed. Harney
aunty Land and Title Company.
Addison Bennett has been ab
tnt since last Monday making
tour of a part of the Harney
buntry. " He expects to take
is departure next Monday.
JThe old Indian pony, the pro-
bty of the late Capt H. Kelloy,
led Tuesday night. He was -13
pars old and was captured from
q Indians during a battle in
Ie early '70's.
Mrs. Rose Kern returned from
?r sojourn in Pendleton and
Iher outside points recently and
pent a portion of this week
ith her father. J. P. Dicken-
n, in this city.
Friends in this city have re
vived letters which announce
lie marriage of Miss Julia Grce-
iy to W. R. McGowan. They
ow live in Oakland, California
ihere Mr. McGowan contem-
latci going into business.
IFor Sale Four 4-year-old
iornughbred Herford bulls from
&e famous Henry Gray herd of
rook County. I have purchased
lerfords from another herd to
Ike the place of these is my
lason for selling. V. E. Smith,
ITlie Times-Herald oflice has
1st received the finest assorl-
lent of stationery it has over
.u. no iuiuuun win u.ivu mu ,
. T niHn( ...til l..n 4 list
ry best in that line as they al-1
lays have had. When in
commercial printing of
iture drop in and see us.
Register Farre of the local
id office left Thursday morn-
for Portland where he had
en caiicu uetore the tetiera1
urt. Ho was accomnanicd as
r as uanyon (Jity by his wile
d little daughter. Mr. Farre
pects to be absent about two
NOW IN FULL SWING
This means much to you. No store
in this locality so fearlessly cuts
prices as do we when the proper
time arrives. We are not going to
carry over any winter goods we
have better use for the money
We are going to clear the
store of every remnant,
every odd and end, every , '
broken line, every v slow '
HOW? CUT PRICES!
Bargains every dag. Big Bargains! The big
gest bargains, qnalilg For quality that' you'll
find in this country. But why should we talk
on and on come to the store and see for your
self. 1. SCHWARTZ.
"The Busy Corner Store"
"TUB IMONGHK HANK
VI: Invite the business of nil who
desire to avail themselves of the
nitvaiilugcs. offered hy n strong,
well equipped bank. We place nt
your disposal our splendid facili
ties for service, gained and per
fected through years of experi
ence In the hanking business.
John IK Dull). I'rtnlilenl
C. A, Halite. Vice I'retlilenl
Potatoes in abundance at Hus
ton's. i....... i.. ii.: ..:i.. m .I....N
Jan. 2G, to Mr. and Mrs. Clrns.
Comcgys, a daughter.
A fine assortment of street
hats may bo seen at Mrs. S. 10.
Drinkwater's Millinery parlors.
Come to the McMullen photo
gallery for your portrait on post
cards. $L pur dozen. Agnos
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
lire department will meet at the
home of Mrs. W. Y. King next
(MO acre ranch for sale suitable
for dairy or stock ranch. Abund
ance of water for irrigation and
power inquire at this office.
Reatos for sale, all sizes and
lengths, price 20 cents per foot.
Any one desiring Reatos address
W. A. Ford of J. 0. Alberson,
Messrs. Harris & Fitzgerald
announce a grand mask ball at
Narrows the evening of Febru
ary 12. Darsey & Welker's or
chestra will furnish the music.
F. 0. Jackson is helping in the
mercantile establishment of Lun
aberg & Dalton this week'. Mr.
Dnlton is confined to his homo
under the care of his physician.
No'necd to be without n sow
inir machine when you have a
chance to get one at practically
your own terms by seeing G. W.
Clevenger. Standard machines
to choose from.
Stephen and J. J. Lampshire
,i:,l ,f !,!.. 1n.ln,iin
, ' ,. r n,m nnma in
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1A.'U V.UIUWUII, uiu uaiioii;! iiuiii
made last Thursday. This is an
ideal stock ranch situated in the
edge of tho forest reserve where
John Caldwell and wife expect
to make their home and embark
in the horse ousiness. much oi
the land is level and can bo lrn-
anted, that portion win no
broken up this season and eed-
ed, some to grain and some to
01' IIARNBV COUNTY."
OF BURNS. .
J. I., Cuult, Ctuhttr
A, C. Welcome, Airnt. Caihler
Get nursery stock of the In
land Empire Realty Co.
G. W. Clevenger is again in
the market for hides. Highest
market price paid.
Messrs E. C. Eggloston audi
Henry uiaclc wero among our
visitors the first of the week.
We can trade anything you
have for nnythihg you want In
land Empire Realty Co., Burns,
Lost Between Burns and the
I. S. Geer ranch a saddle. Find
er plenso leavo at Elliott barn
and receive pay for their trouble.
Blue prints of any township in
Burns Land District, showing
name of entryman, date and kind
of entry, topography, etc., $1.00
each. Piatt T. Randall, Burns,
Parties who subscribed to the
fund to sink deeper at the M. L.
Lewis spring are expected to pay
the amounts thoy obligated them
selves for by Feb. 1, as after
that date the matter will bo plac
ed in tho hnnds of a collector.
E. B. Waters will again be at
his old stnnd in the postoflicc
from February first. He will as
sume the duties of deputy on
that day and take the place of
Joe Thompsaon with tho stage
lines. Joe will take a position
in tho Gomberling Jewelry store.
Mrs. .K. Calkins was brought
up from her farm near Iiwen
Thursday evening and placed un
der the care of Dr. Geary, The
lady had n bad fall sustaining
severe bruises but no bones were
broken. J. J. Heinz brought her
John Farre took his departure
last Monday morning for his
home on the Des Chutes, after a
very pleasant visit of a month
with his brother, Win. Farre.
IIo goes on horseback by way of
Canyon City thence down the
John Day. Mr. Farre has ex
pressed a desire to see this sec
tion during the growing season
therefore ho may return somoj
time during the summer. .
Charles Turner left for
l...wi miH Ai(lnm trnelni4lnir
He has fully recovered from the
amputation of his hand which ho
accidentally shot off tho day be
foVo Christmas, and ho is well
pleased with tho rapid healing of
the wound and tho skillful man
ncr in which Dr. Marsden treat
ed tho injury. Mr. Turner says
ho was never bettor treated than
that accorded him by the people .
of Burns during his Btny hero couples participating and the lion
and that he will always have a ors of the evening wero carried
warm spot in his heart for our , ofr by Mesdames W. L. Marsden
people. Mr. Turner will go to and Al Welcome and 1. Schwartz
San Francisco as soon as spring and Win Farre. A delicious lunch
oponB whero ho will have artifi- con followed tho hands. Those
cial parnphornulin fitted in order present have expressed a most
that ho may again tako up work enjoyable evening and hopo that
on his ranch. i it may bo repeated often.
We are Headquarters for
Horse Blankets, Saddle Blankets
STORM PROOF ROBES
and Balsam of Myrrh
Wc Carry a Complete Line ef
HARNESS and SADDLES
J. C. WELCOME & SON
Coal for CnrrhiKO Heaters at
J. II. Culp, painting nntl paper
hanging, Burns, Oregon.
Lap robes and Blankets at
Bedrock prices at Hopkins Bros'.
C. T. Cnry and wife wero up
on n visit to, relatives the first of
Miss Lena Hnrkcy has resign
ed as teacher of the Poison creek
school and J. D, Stewart will
finish the term.
The Inland Empire Really Co.
have cash buyers for 10,000 grain
and hay lands. Prices must be
right SEE US.
Mrs. Wm, Miller went out to
Wngontire Tuesday, returning
homo Thursday accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Egli.
The Smith & Swain well drill
ing machine is now sinking a
deep well on tho county high
Drs. Marsden and Griffith op
crated on Miss Elsie Cox last
Wednesday for appendicitis. It
was successful in every particu
lar and the patient is doing very
Mrs. W. D. Huffman was vis
iting with friends in this city the
first of this week. She is over
from her home at Andrews on
n visit to her mother, Mrs. Bor
land. County Commissioner Geo. A.
Smyth was over from Diamond
the first of this weok on business.
While hero he ndded his namo to
the membership of the Burns
G. W. Clevenger has n large
number of sewing machines and
wants to place one in every home
in this section needing a machii.v
Sold on installment plnn or terms
to suit purchaser.
Will Takk .$-1000 - Widow
tired of ranching wants to sell
ranch of 200 acres bad. All
stock, a piano-organ cost $2f0
goes with sale. Address Mrs.
I. Vineyard, Adel, Oregon.
Manager Woldenberg of
Blue Mt. Rapid Transit Lino was
here for a few days the fore
part of the week. His line has
been making excellent time nil
winter bringing in the mail and
passengers in good shape.
Wanted -AH kinds of hides
and furs. Top cash price paid.
First class taxidermist. Work
done to ordec Tanning and fur
dressing a speciality. .For full
particulars address - Fkkd L.
Gkkgg, Drewsey, Oregon.
Estkay Came to myplace a
year ago a black mare weight
about llfiO, unbroke, branded L
C'connected on left shoulder, the
L being reversed. Owner call
prove property and pay charges,
W. W. Cox, Burns, Ore.
Mrs. R. D. Burrow has been
up from the homestead on a short
visit this week. She informs
friends that they have been
plowing and otherwiso getting
tho ground in shape for seeding.
This speaks pretty well for the
Harney country when one has
noticed the kindof weather oth
er portions of Oregon have ex
perienced this month.
A building on tho corner of
Main and B streets belonging to
Paul Locher is being' moved 'out
on the front of the lot. It was
built several years ago and at a
time when the street had a very
graceful bend in it and no ntten-
tion was paid to getting it
straight with the world
inado pcoplo who pass it dizzy,
T s3:cyc,d "ml CVcn 1V?" f V
the headnch on account of its
position. Th'.i has been reme
died since it was moved,
One of our pleasant socinl
events of tho season was tho
"Five Hundred" party given by
n number of our ladies at tho
club rooms last Saturday even-
ing. Thero wero twenty-four
For looso or baled hay leave
orders with Lunaborg &. Dalton.
Otis Slzomoro came over from
the ranch near Warm Springs
P. C. Polorson Is
lew days In this city. IIo re
ports slock (toiritf well.
Mrs. J. L. Gault who under
went an operation last week is
recovering very rapidly.
Tho local circlo Women of
Woodcraft will give a mask ball
at tholCIub hall on Friday, Febr
Remember the Inland Empire
Realty Co. furnish competent
help free. If you need help call
and see us.
J. W. Brown nnd his son Claude
have purchased residence lots in
Brown's addition just north of
Al Welcome's homo where they
will soon erect homes.
Win. Dunn has been up from
his homo near tho' lake for the
past week, under tho care of his
physician. Mr. Dunn is suffer
ing from a wound on his thumb.
Having disposed of my livery
and feed stable to Henderson
Elliott, nil accounts due mo should
be settled nt once.
Drs. Marsden nnd Griffith yes
terday removed some diseased
bono from the jaw of Myron Rip
ley. Drs. Brown and Hibbard,
the dentists, assisted.
Harney Lodge, No. 77, I. 0.
0. F., is doing land office busi
ness. Last Saturday night six
candidates wero taken in and
several more applications were
Mayor Ben Brown lias appoint
ed Win. Hanley a delegate to the
Trans-Missourri Dry Farming
Congress which meets in Chey
enne 23 25. Mr. Hanley is to
represent Burns in the congress.
Parties coming to Burns for
medical treatment can find a
pleasant home and good nursing
at Mrs. M. F. Dickey's, "first
house north of Harry Smith's,
Rates reasonable. Call on or ad
dress Mrs. M. F. Dickey.
J. E. Sizcmoro was in from his
big ranch the first of this week
securing material with which to
make extensive improvements on
his residence: J. W. Brown &
Son will go out immediately to
make the necessary repairs which
will tako considerable time.
Foit Sam: y City of Auii
I.AND - Flouring Mill machinery
of Ashland Flouring Mill, com
plete in placo in the mill.
Machinery in good condition,
serviceable and operated up to
lime mill stopped. City wishes
to dismantle mill nnd clear
grounds for park. Address M.
F. Eggloston, City Recorder,
v OUR PAIR HILL PASSU!).
According to Portland papers
received last night the bill mak
ing Harney county a fair district
passed the last session, vetoed by
the governor, has been pnsscd
over his veto by the present sen
ate and it will undoubtedly pass
the house as a similar one hns al
ready passed both houses. This
is a fitting recognition of this
section and the small appropria
tion will assist very materially.
The people of Harney county
should now take more interest in
tho local fair as they can aid in
making it a greater success and
extend its usefulness. Nothing
has a better influence or is more
beneficial toward improving the
stock and ngriculturo than the
111(111 SCHOOL LITERARY.
The mooting was called to or
der by 'tho President, Beatrice
Holchkiss. Tho Secretnry, Luo
Davoy, called tho roll and the
minutes wero read nnd approved.
Tho following program was
Song by school ,
Catch the Sunshine
Current events Gussio Bardwell
II. C. II. S. Notes Waldo Geer
Solo.. . . Florence Thompson
Reading Luo Davey
Essay Willio Young
Solo Nina Wiseman
Debate, Resolved that an Eight
Hour Working Day should bo
Adopted in tho United States by
Millie Hurlburt Sherman Smith
Chester Maco Mamie Winters
Cy Sweek Elmer McMnmis
Song by school
" Cheer Boys Cheer
Reading Emma Johnson
Instrumental Solo Enid Cawlfleld
Duet .... Toiloy Johnson nnd
Tho Judges of tho debate,
Helen Purington, Loin Egli and
Cecil Irving, decided in favor of
I. L. Poujado is nursing a tils
located right'shoulder, tho result
of a inlxup with his team on tho
ice. He enmo to Dr. Marsden
nnd got patched up.
NOTI'.S FHOAl SUNSirr,
A largo force of men are now
buiy working on the school
house. Only the insido remains
to bo flnislif d and in three weeks
the Sunset school will move to
their now abode.
Many of the Sunset people en
joyed the dnncc at Charles Now
ell's last Fiiday night.
Miss Laura Dawson was pleas
antly surprised last Monday
night by tho people of Sunset
thronging in to celebrate her
birthday. The youthful hostess
aided by her mother, father and
brothers entertained the guests
in a d'lighlful manner.
M. Nash has returned homo
after a brief absence.
Walter Hodder & Co. have
justtfinished drilling a 230 foot
well for Mr. Conrad.
Earl Ktin spent several days
in Sunset last weok, after which
ho returned to Burns, to spend
the remainder of the winter.
Personal experience with a
tube of ManZan Pile Remedy
will convince you it is immediate
relief for all forms of Piles.
Guaranteed 50c. Sold by The
Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Ore.,
Fred Haines, Harney, Ore.
Hunting and fishing are strict
ly forbidden upon any of the
Pacific Live Stock Co. rnnqhes.
Trespassers will be proseciiteSL
IF YOU CARE FOR STYLE.
If you care for stylo and lot of
people do. it can be had in any
Vehicle on our floor. Wo are
prepared for the fall trade. Our
stock is at its best. Wc show a
remarkable assortment of Vehic
les, including Carriages, Road
wagons and Buggies, for this
season of the year.
Our house, is a regular Savings
Bank for those who wish to buy.
Call in and make us prove it.
Harney Co. Imp. and Hdwe. Co.
Application Cor (irailnj I'crmlig.
NOTICE is hereby given that
all applications for permits to
graze cattle, horses and sheep
within theDECHUTES NATION
AL FOREST during the season
of l'JOi), must be filed in my oflice
at Prineville, Ore., on or before
February 18, 1909. Full infor
mation in regard to the grazing
fees to be charged and blank
forms to be used in making ap
plication will be furnished upon
request. A. S. Ikeland, Super
visor. A STAR SERIAL BEGINS
Tlicrc is an article in this number w ith
a bij; jolt in it. DON'T MISS IT.
You know some of the tilings
Kvekyihuiy's lui done. THIS IS
There is a story by the " Pigs Is
l'igs " man that is one long aehe of
laughter, anil luck of these special
features ;t big, fine Everybody's
FOR SALE BY II. M. HORTON.
H. DENMnN, M. D.
C'iiIIh nnsHortiil promptly i iyht or itny
A. W. flow an
Archie MrConnn '
The l.nml .Ainu
IIARNUY COUNTY UNI) ANII'I ITU; CO.
All kinds of land business, ab
stracting and conveyancing.
lltUiNS, - - OKlHtON
The Eastern Oregon
CIVIL, MUNICUML AND
Main OHice.'Burns, Oregon
A. (1. r.MUKNKII, .Mr.
Branch Office, Lakeview, Oregon
l". M. I'AUlKNkll, MfcT
My well known herd of Prize
winning Here-fords is now located
on tho farm of Wm. P. Caviness,
in Malheur county. Will bo
pleased to have you call and in
spect herd. If in need of bulls
or hoifors wo can satisfy you in
quality nnd price. Writo your
WM. IN CAVINBSS, li. J. CONRAD,
Ironfl'lf "re. f flr.n,l flru
'" The Days of
At one time, men traded an
canoo for n certain amount of labor.
Today there is a medium of
measured. You do not express
a number of days labor. Your
Everything is valued by our
enough money in the world to
through the help of banks that
For example, ten men deposit a hundred dollars each in tit
bank. Not all of them will want
one may draw his money in ten
so on. The banker can loan
monoy to other men who wish to
now goods for their business or
finds its way back to tho bank;
that the one thousand dollars
business amounting to ten or twenty thousand dollars.
The entire community is benefited by this system, made possil
ble only by the bank and its confidence in men to pnv their obligaj
The Harney County National Ban
OF BURNS, OREGON.
YOUR HOME INSTITUTION
-- a rr tf 2
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Fresh Groceries, etc.
For Fil and Winter Trade
jv i4 tr- '
f 1 r '
WALTEk H. HODDEE
Prepared to o to a depth of 500 feet with
various size drills. Honest measurement and
satisfaction guaranteed. -"S'
For prices and terms call on me at Sunset or
address me at
Tropica! and Domestic
JE ALSO S-8A3 A UP3E OF
ats9 Shirts, Clothing,
All kinds of Fnash Vegetables in Season,
Dm Ui 1'iinci
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
McGEE & OWEN, Propts.
Fi esh Teams, Comfortable Rigs, Careful Drivers.
Particular attention given to Transcient Trade
Cill on us. Next door to French Hotel Main St.
Horses boarded by tho day, weok or month
BUC.E SOU TO.WltSON AA-'hTYN
Has all the qualities of
Rapid, Universal Key
Chicago Writing -Machine Co.
Barter are Over.
animal's skin for a stone axe, ;
exchange by which all things ail
the value of your horse in terms
home represents a certain amour
money standard, yet there is nd
do a strictly cash busino-d. It il
the immense volume of business i
their money al tho amp timl
days, another in thirty days, ana
out a certain per cent, of thil
improve or stock their farms, bu;
build homes. This loaned mono;
it is, turned over many times, si
deposited by the ten men may di
ALL WORK GUAR
ANTEED. Burns, Oregon
high priced machines
board, Simple, Cheap
rws. vvvyv .
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