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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1909)
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LAHOBBT OIHOULATION Of
KWSrAPKB IN THIS COUNTY.
Wing paper and roofing nt
McKcnzic is up from bis
fcr springs home.
fcnk wnnts more coyote
ami other furs.
Thompson hns accepted a
fen with Mich Schcnk in his
k's Smith hns n new stock
oes of various kinds and
. N -I son is homo from a
Boise and other railroad '
and see James Smith's
Ine of shoes before getting
spring ana summer ioot-
ft Maymo Cozad has return-
ier home in (Janyon tjity
isiting in this city for sov-
10 ft first class dry lumber
tlcnghts; also 2nd and 3rd
from $6.00 to $12.00 per M.
hs Milling Co.
lum attendants arrived here
aturday and left the follow-
ny with uncle ' Jimmio
bell who had been declared
I J. Hansen of the Burns
Market is prej)ared to fur-
(bacon, hams and lard to
len and ranchers in any
Ity. Special prices for big
la Turner came over irom
and the first of this week,
Ing in several sheepshearers
tavo completed their work.
f says they were a fast crew
fearers and turned oil many,
H. E. Felton underwent
Heal operation at Salem rc-
and a letter received by
bother, Mrs. Shelley, states
recovering rapidly and
le operation was an enure
trill & Clemens have put in
class saw mill 11 miles
of Cold Springs is near the
with good road. In first
j ft iber picked trees from
tvernment. Prepared to do
work. See them about
government permit at once.
It Gilcrest of the P. L. a.
I home from Portland where
id been attending federal
Evidence in the civil suit
charge of fencing public
wis taken but no decision
fct been rendered. Mr. Uil-
leaves this afternoon to vis-
ranches in the southern
this county and will con-
3n to Nevada and California
i before returning here.
lercallof the Comptroller
i Currency of June 23rd the
ly County National Bank of
published in this issue of
aper, the uesi Biaiemenc
Published by the bank. Its
Its show a continued in-
since the first of the year
banks resources are now
krk guaranteed Salisbury's.
ia a perplexing froblcm to Congress
to our depositors is the fixed pollen of this bank
TEA T'S WHY
ice hav Increased our Surplui from $25,000.00 to $30,000.00
which h six time the maximum amount required by tht
UNITED STATES GO) ERNMENT
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
United States Depositary
Job printing The TlmoB-Hurnld
Call on Clevengor for building
paper and roofing'
Link Hutton, the Wagontire
stockman, was in the city for a
few days this week.
Good vinegar for sale by T. E.
Jenkins at the Brewery. Money
back if not as represented.
Chas. Hassell, who has been
driving on the Canyon stage lino
for several months, is taking a
few days lay off in this city.
010 acre ranch for Bale suiUiblo
for dairy or stock ranch. Abund
ance of water for irrigation and
power inquire at this ofllce.
W. D. Baker and son havo re
turned home to Drewsey after
several days spent in this city.
Michael Schcnk has the finest
samples for suits ever brought to
Burns. Call and seo them or
'pone Main 53. 4f
Wantkd Soveral small sets of
I books to keep during spare time.
I ExDorionccd. Corvallis, Baker
Some very desirable residence' city and Portland references.
and business lota in Burns can bo !
secured by seeing Irving Miller.
R. J. Williams arrived homo
this week from the railroad
where he had been in company
with W. B. Parker delivering!
cattle. " i
Blue prints of any township in
Bums Land District, showing
name of entryman, date and kind
of entry, topography, etc., $1.00
each. Piatt T. Randall, Burns,
Register Farro has been con
fined to his home most of the
week from Bickncss. He con
tracted a cold while returning
from Portland last week from
which he lias not fully recovered
EsTAY--Ono roan mare bmnd
ed with lazy O and bar over it on
left shoulder, also CA on left
stifle came to my place May 1.
Owner please call, prove proper
ty and pay expense, including
Grant Thompson, .
Wnverly, Ore. I
Clifford Reed arrived homeS
Tuesday from Corvallis where
ho had been attending the agn
Try s ml at the Home Hotel,
Job printingTho Times-HeraM-
Fon Sale-320 acres of hay
and. Inquire at this ofllce.
R. A. Miller was over form
his Warm Springs homo tho first
of tho week.
Young's Meat Market and
Grocery has a now ad in this is-
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C1n R f a! A Mil I tr 1 IIHil A
Oiuii muuiviBiiuuu uuu i.
Rcmbold went to 'Lawcn Thurs
day returning yesterday.
Call mo up 'phono main 53
for denning and pressing clothes
either for ladies or gentlemen
Michael Schcnk, Merchant Tailor
IP YOU AUK (JOINGTO TltAVKr.,
Uic the Hnrney County Nntlonnl Itnnk
They arc aclMdcntlfylnir.
Paints, Oils, Doors and Wind
ows, in fact everything for the
farmer or builder. Give us a
call and wo will bo glad to give
you prices. Myers Pumps and
Harney Co. Imp. & Hdwe. Co.
Williams "Bros, saw mill at
Cold Spring on the Cnnyon road
fs prepared to do custom work
for those desiring to take ad
vantage of their government per
mit. Also lumber for Bnlo at $12
per thousand. See them about
Archie McGownn received a
subsoiler the first of this week,
tho first one the writer had over
soon. Air. Aicuownn is going io
mako a thorough test of some
soil on one of his places that is
dry and hns a hard formntion
just below the surface. This is
the proper way to make such a
test and we hope he will succeed.
Mrs. J. T. Barnes arrived homo
last Wednesday from Portland
' Go to the homo Hotel
good meal. .
A. Sclienk carries an up-to-date
Block of clothing on.
All kindfl!of broad can' bo had
nt Mrs. M. A. flmith-tho Sum
Dry slab wood nt mill only
$1.00 por cord.
Burns Milling Co.
Jones Mower and RnUo for $75
while they last. First come, first
.lust arrived: A complete lino
of Roofing, Sheathing, water
proof Slit'iilliing and Stringed
Hurnoy Co. Imp. & Hdwe. Co.
Four car loads consisting of
buggioB, wagons, plows, harrows
farm machinery, barb wire and
nails now en route. Sce.C. H.
Voogtly for prices.
Mrs. Lelnh Miller will remain
rt the Burns hotel with her mill
inery display until July 4. She
has some now attractions in her
lino. Drop in nnd sod.
Drs. Marsden & Griffith per
formed an important operation
on Mrs. Olicha last Wednesday
that was an cntiro success nnd
the patient is doing well. The
lady is a recent arrival from
Spain nnd a sister to A. Miranda.
fej BKii 'i'i i 'i .' i mi i in' tMBMMBMT ..:,'
A I'LHASANT PARTV.
E. D. WETMOKE.
Mrs. Tom Allen arrived homo
Wednesday from Portland where
she had been for several weeks
attending the Eastern Star Grand
Lodge and visiting.
Dr. J. W. Geary arrived home
tho first of this week from Chi
cago where ho had been for a few
months taking some post gradu
ate work in a medical institution
He is feeling fine and ready to
get into the harness again.
We have 800 foot of best cru
cible steol cable for snle suitable
for hay slacking. Will cut in
any length desired by purchaser.
Prico 8J cents per foot Smith
.(V Civn in
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Clarence Uary came up irom
Lawcn Monday evening. He
has disposed of his ranch near
that place and wns moving some
Farmers why pay $12 to $15
per M. for green lumber when
you can get good dry repair lum
ber at half tho prico and haul
twice as much at Burns Milling
Co. 's mill
Last night tho boys, "old mar
ried boys," had their inning and
gave tho members of the Ladies
Five Hundred Club a party nt the
MiiBonic hall. They proved to
bi fine hosts and when it came
to waiting on tables and serving
refreshments they were there
with the goods. Geo. Love was
voted tho most graceful and
handsome waiter, but Jake Wel-
where she spent tho winter. She come ROt the only tip during the
was accompanied homo by horOVoni,IK. ik0 Schwartz wanted
daughter Gertrude who has been 0 n080 s "it" but ho lost his
attending business college nnd apoonB nmi the guests nt his table
granddaughters the Misses uer- started to use toothpicks as sub-
tha and Grotta Brcnton who will stitutos whon some fine bright
visit here until after the 4th rinware was found to relievo the
with relatives. Mr. H. Brcnton, Hituation.
their father went out partway to There were 14 tables provided
meet them. nnd tin- ladiesonly were awarded
. f Are You With lis?
The Harney Yalley Oil k
Gas Company J
IaiiUiimI rn1fnv tlin nnat ViMl I
'.".:"" r,r 'Z" 'I'uosdn.v cl.arccd with passing a
Chas. Barker was arrested
TTa. ...Ill HMAnlilmitnitntinn rftrtrui H
with home folks. Frank Gowan I forged check on Chas. Anderson.
and Frank Thomrnon. two other, " u prni i.miirjr WUiU. J?
students are camo homo on foot
over tho mountains just for the
novelty of tho thing. They ar
rived last night making the trip
in 10 days.
Fine line of watches, chains, etc.,
at Salisbury's P. O. Block.
E HAVE THEM
New Spring Goods
of Every Description
is Goods, Ribbons and JRuchJ
tice Byrd and was held to tho
grand jury. lie is in jail.
Tho largest and best display of
wall paper over exhibited in Har
ney County may bo found nt tho
G. W. Clovengor furniture Btore.
desiuns and patterns to suit all.
' Mrs. S. E. Drinkwater'8 new
j summer millinery has been re
ceived and tho ladies of this sec
( tion aro invited to call and see
j the display before tho 4th.
j Ranch fob Sale: Ono small
horso ranch, located on Malheur
rivor. First-class summor, fall
and winter range Burounding it
Fine location for fruit and vege
tables, also. For further parti-
leulars, write or call on E. L.
Laces, Embroideries, Over-'.D7:7'roson; , ,
' tn.f .a iliw.irlnfr homesteads in
ts. Underwear and Waistings,) tho stiver creek district should
WUJI Wl t-J I ? -' cr
as Jio 1s entirely fnmiliar with
that section and can place people
nn irood land. Ho has some 320
ncro homestead tracts, so desig
najtyjl by the land department.
Also some desirable school land.
Address him nt Riley, Oregon, or
can at nis rancii nvo mm-a wum
Died At tho hospital last
Monday, Juno 21, Henry Came
ron, aged 03 years. Tho imme
dito cnuso of his death was heart
trouble. Deceased wns a strang
er hero and had just boon
! brought in from W. W. Brown's
Gap ranch last Saturday and on-
literal an a county charge, Ho
1 i.was unmarried and said ho had
Lno relatives thnt ho know of,
tTho remains wero buried in tho
,Buriifl comotery Tuesday,
Salisbury fits eyes P. O, Block,
ithing, Hats, Overshirts, Under-
ir, Ties and Shoes tor men. -
A full stock of staple
and fancy Groceries
for every body.
Orders promptly filled
SThe Busy Corner Store"
JUJmJi tin jfiln fcJgJUkjEjMJuihjL.
Z. H. Stroude was over from
Harney Tuesday looking after
Rentos for sale, all sizes nnd
lengths, prico 20 cents per foot.
Any ono desiring Rcatos address
W. A. Ford of J. O. Alberson,
Coltrill & ClemcnB aro prepar
ed to do custom work with their
portablo saw mill located 1J
miles west of Cold Springs on
Poison Creek. Lumber for sale.
prizes. Mrs, Tom Allen was
given first nnd Mrs. Julian Byrd
the second for the two highest
scores. The prizes wero hand
gome hand painted chinn plates.
Tho refreshments consisted of
fruit punch, ico cream and cake.
A DISASTROUS FIRE.
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A very disastrous nre occureu
at tho McKinney saw mill last
night according to telephone ad
vices this morning. The shingle
Get youa permit and have them,mjji, plaining mill, all tho dry
saw your lumber, 'ierms nre,i.,mbor and n anre amount of
reasonable. - Kvecn lumber was destroyed en-
C. B.Smith, ono of our ener-, toning a loss estimated at about
getic homesteaders near Wnverly $5,000. The origin of tho fire is
was in the city soveral days thisi'iot known,
week renewing acquaintances. E. E. Purrington has charge
Ho Incidentally tuned n few I of this mill and it was ono of the
WHY CHANGE TnACIinRS?
In justice to tho two estimable
young women, who declined re
election to their positions in the
Burns Public schools, I take
space here to refute the unjust
nnd inischieviouii insinuations
that they perhaps wore not ask
ed to serve another year by the
Board of Directors.
Each of the young Indies was
oilercd her position for the on
suing year by tho unanimous
vote of the luard nnd each one
stated after declining, that she
had planned even from tho be
giningof tho year that this would
be her last year in leaching at
least for a time as sho needed
rest. One having taught steadi
ly for nine years, the other for
twelve years. Now the mem
bers of the board having the
highest regard for the truth'and
candor of these two young ladies'
characters, afar urging each to
reconsider her decision desisted
further to interogatc cither on
her private affairs, as both aro
young women of good common
sense, the board abided by their
decision of course, and havo not
Binco busied themselves in prying
info tho personal affairs of
Mkmueb of Boaup.
Ii'wtl ul the (omlltlim nl llio
IIARNIiVCOUNTV NATIONAL BANK o! MJRNS
al Ilnrni, Id tba Slnlo ol Otcion, at llio v)oe ol
LuiIikm, June 'r.t, jikm.
jMiinn. Uiicnuntu - $ (M.ill St
OviTilrodi, termed uml unlimited ,7g7M
17.8. IlomUlooocura circulation 1V)0O
rrcwluinton U. H. Jlomle 778 91
lioiu!,cecirUlc, utc 1,tMl
lliiiVlnnhoue. lutiilluto (inil Ililutf a.MiM
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C'tiecki and nthir roll ittiQH MM
Kotriolbtlicr National llanka J,WV
fractional anr currency. ulrl.la
ami cent H St
Lawful Monky Ukikiivk in IUnk.
Sped 1 17.4 19
Umllonilor uotca 1.1 W CO IUMM
Itcdvinptloti fund with U.R.Trpamwr,
(5 ncrrcul ol ulrcuUllou) DM CO
Capital atock paid In . t Mlaw
Surplua Pnnd T.von
UndlTldcil pMfttt. Int i'l't nnd
taira ld W Vi
National Hank nolm (.utmandlni; I'JftOOUO
Individual dcpll ml.Jwt to lieck 123 1MU
Caiblcr'a cliecki outatundlut.
Nntci and tlllt rcdixounlrd
STATE OK OIIKllOS. I.. .
Couuiot liarncr. 1
I, Leon U.llnxrn.CaiMcrof tl alinv aaiu
cd tank, do autanin)) iwcar tliat lm aborr
ttatemont la truototho Iwatof nxr knowlv
f nd Mttt.
I.kon it, lliiow. ( -htr
Huliacrllnl and um to btlars ui thti i(th
dar ol June, 1W.
M. I.. Lcwia
,fal) Nolnry 1'ubli .
C. r, M'KlKK
pianos while here. Mr. Smith
spent tho winter in California
nnd roturns homo much improv
ed in health nnd says Harney
valley looks good to him after
coming in on horse-back by way
of Lake county.
I beat equipped in this section.
The loss is heavy for Mr. Pur
rington and will bo felt by many
others indirectly as lumber is
very much in demand. Wo un
derstand there wns no insurance.
Job printing Tho Times-Herald
TOM'S Ml MARKET
Come in and inspect my stock
COMPLETE LINE OF BEST GROCERIES
to be had in the Market
My prices arc an law as good goods
can be sold for in this market, ..
I can save you money on binder
twine and sacks Leave orders
The LARGER the order
the LESS it COSTS.
From present indications the
coming meeting of the Oregon-
Idaho Development Congress in
this plnce July 1 and 2 will be
largely attended by outside dele
gates. A number of prominent
men will be on the program and
tho social features promise to be
quite cnjoynble. The celebration
in connection will be good nnd
the horse races will be quite an
attraction ns we have more hor
ses for this meet than have par
ticipated here for sometime.
Those in charge hope all will take
an interest and that all business
houses will be decorated for tho
2 section Sin GO tooth Steel
Lever Harrows at $22.00 at C. H.
Vocgtly's. See that you do not
got J inch and only 50 tooth Har
rows, instead of tho above.
Hunting and fishing are strict
ly forbidden upon any of the
Pacific Live Stock Co. ranches.
Trespassers will bo prosecuted.
A Liiue of Least Resistence.
The check account puts system into your business. It lessens
business friction by affording convenience and safety for all
Men could run swiftly if it were not for the force of gravity
and the resistence of the atmosphere. Every means to overcome
liteso counleracliug forces enables man to increase his speed.
Just so in tho business world, every method that saves time,
insures accuracy and gives safety is hailed with enthusiasm. Tho
check account will do all theso things for your business, and more.
You cannot afford to go on in business and daily waste your
efforts to overcome resisting forces when the check account puts
those advantages at your command. t
It will be no experiment for you to employ the check account.
Others havo tried it and learned they could not get on half so well
You will appreciate our service.
A Savings Bank Department is a feature of this Bank,
in which interest at the rate of four per cent per
annum is allowed.
The Harney County National Bank
OF BURNS, OREGON.
YOUR HOME INSTITUTION
STATE DEPOSIT AR
THE ANDERSON HOTEL
. AIR. and MRS. CHAS. ANDERSON, Propts.
Wearc pleased to announce to our old-time friends
and "customers that we have again taken charge of
our hotel. We just completed renovating the en
tire building and you will find the old-time home
comforts when you call. We hope to see you soon.
The old favorite Family Hotel where guests receive
5 pecial Attention and Good Service.
S.SOUTH BURNS, OREGONNear Fair Grounds.
WyWMiv i 'VWtY
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Fresh Groceries, etc.
For Spring and Summer Trade
LUfABURG & DALTON
, atymt. '.
"Dady's" Cigar Stand I
IN THE pOST OFFICE BLOCK
Candy, Nuls, Stationery, Cigars, and Tobacco
FANCY GROCERIES, LUNCH GOODS
Ceylon Cinnamon, Whole Pepper, nil kinds of Sices
Chocolate, Cocoa, Tea, Baking Powder, Extracts, etc.
EXTRA FINE LUNCH GOODS PUT UP RIGHT
Me I'ays cash and Sells fgr cashCustomers get the benefit
The Eastern Oregon
CIVIL. MUNICIPAL AND
Main Ofllce, Burns, Oregon
A. O !'1,KNKII, MfJI,
liranch Ofllce, Lakeview, Oregon
c. m. v.uu.Kscn, Mi:r.
If its in Leather We have it or can
get it for You
As much difference in leath
er as in people. We use
only the best in our work
Hadn't you better iookat your'old Harness?
You've had it a long time. "Belter be sure
J, C. WELCOME & SON
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
I W. OWEN, Propts.
Finest hearse in county
Particular attention given
Fresh Teams, Comfortable Rigs, Careful Drivers.
Particular attention given to Transcient Trade
Horses boarded by tho day, week or month
NOTtOC OK AUMIN18TUATION.
In llio tututo til Jnlm O. I'Uhimi.I
NntlM U hweby jlvon tlml llui timUir
IkdoiI wnu on May ifitli, ISO1) duly
polutoil AilmlnlHtnitor ul tliu ulou
estate by tho Hon rablo Juilue of tliu
conuty court of Ilnrmiy County Unit Imh
duly uuullfioil " Kiu'h ii'lmlninUMtor
Auy nnil nil ueraons ImvliiK claims
again t suld esluto nro hereby ruilrud
to nreiont ''' properly rortlfiud m by
law requjred, wltiim u muuina irom uw
dntoot thin notion, to mo nt Hunm, Oiu
gon, or nt the olllce of my attorney C.
II, Leonard at Durns, Oreifou.
Doted Mny 30th, 1000.
Bihon I,bvi, Admlnlittator
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ANTEED. Burns. Oregon,