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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1909)
TlK 1.AK0K8T CinOULATION OF
f NKWBrArKB IN THIS COUNTY.
pilip iPiyywppyyMqff,' m ' -r -
fg VTOiltlAT. OCTOOKn , M0.
jligbury fits eyes P. 0. block.
JP. Dickenson is back from
Ktcndcd visit to British Co-
S. E. Drinkwntcr has
ived a fine display of fall
David Gary lias been
InR her daughter, Mrs. Geo.
ey, and other relatives -this
D. R. Coryell, of Drewsey,
In this city during tho week.
3oaor but recently camo to
vsoy whero ho is practicing.
A. Goodman is prepared to
iwood and his new barley
is ready for business.
iters should at once arrango
rhim for such work.
st. Atty. McCulloch camo in
utter part of last week to
after business before the
lent term of court. There is
Idcrable criminal business
01 111. V i c
Isuoll Hamilton nrrivcu mmiu r,
irst of this week. Ho grad- ;
I lr pharmacy at the 0. A. All work
In sin- ntr nntl has SinCO 1)0011 .liivu'a
inir in fortiana. ne win
kin liero an indefinite time.
ITRAYED-Cnme to my place
10, one blue spotted cow
bell and 2-ring halter.
cr mav have her by paying1
Sua notice and tho
"TUB PIRST NATIONAL BANK"
Try a meal nt tho Home Hotel.
For shceplined coats seo Luna-
burg and Dalton.
jrg turn uRiion. v ' , .. ,
Sheriff Bob Odell of Mnll.eu outside attorneys in attend.
the members ,of the local
brn Star Lodge are request-
i be present at a meeting on
CSiturday evening, Oct. 10.
Irand Worthy Matron will
the lodge an official visit on
-. N. . If ..urtHHilln l
IC UrCWSOV iuun.-am.iiu wt
l-n's Cash Store, has moved
I the old stand to the Odd
iw building in Drcwsey. A
ction in price on all lines on
ant of making room. Call
tjet prices before purchasing
lenlf Bob Odcll of Malheur
ky left for home this morn
after being in custot
fo a while. He
f nr .1 misdemeanor,
raid ho might do some
. The pair of them were-
live re bougni on.
F. P. Witter. C. E. Essig
Bus father and James Hunter
in from Spokane the first
ais week to have some sport
shootincr. Dr. Witter is a
her to Harry Witter and was
lest fall with Mr. Essig.
secured a camp outfit and
igone hunting. Tiiese gen-
en may invest in some lanu
i Chas. Johnson camo
Seo tho lato creations in mill
inery at Mrs. Drinkwater's.
Horn Thursday to Mr.
pasture Mrs. Roc Buchanan, a daughter.
Mrs. Fred Clingen is up from
Schcnk Bros., Merchant Tuil
ors, Burns, Oregon.
Tom Allen is over from tho P
Ranch this week.
S Now fall and winter millinery
at Mrs. S. E. Drinkwater's.
Judge Webster, of Portland is
T?:..r li.ii nf wntphnn. I'linillH.
i nt cni;ai,i,.vin p. n. block. I Imrn iittoiulintr circuit court.
... i i it .... u A- .nifN
Uet your domes cieancu unu nunuiiK imrura ' m-n-osenil
nh fiphonk Bros., at rea-, numerous these days. The birds
sonable prices. j are coming in.
Misrs. fi. H. Bluhm and Jo-' Promnt delivery of nil orders
. ,..!. Tlnolrni. nf Qnnttlnnrpfimoiior. 'tiltniiml till' P.nsh GrOCCry &
the outside people who are herej Bakory at the French Hotel.
looking for investments. , pllt Connolly and family and
W. W. Haines, father of Mrs. Carl Riley and son were over
Grant Thompson, has been tnk- from Drewsey to take in the fair.
ing in the sights at tho fair
,r,viniia ilnritiir tho week. Mr. !
ijnSnna livnu -in Eucrene and is '
hereon a visit to his daughter
anu lam,,y- The wife and daughter of A.
Mrs. Lelah Williams-Miller is Whitney arrived in this city
here from Portland with a fino tnj3 wcok to take up their per-
county was over this wcok on
J. R. Malonoy camo in tho first
of tho wook. Ho was hero last
year and mado somo investments.
E. H. Waters has uono to out-
sido points onn vacation trip and
Walter Struck is assisting in tno
postofllco during his ubsence.
IF YOU AUK GOINGTO TKAVKU
Uio the Harney County National Hank
They arc iii'lMdcntlfylnir.
Littlo Jamea Young was oper
ated on Tuesday by Drs. Marsden
& Griffith for hernia. Tho oper
ation was n success and the pa
tient is doing well.
For Sale Four room house
with pantry; atablo for six hors
es, chicken houso, largo wood
shed and other out buildings,
trood well and pump, three lots.
Inquire nt this oillco.
Drs. Mnrsdon and Griffith per-
pormed a very serious operation
on Mrs. Fny Comcgya last batur
dnv and for a tlmo her life was
in danger but she is now improv
ing quite satisfactorily we are
glad to state.
Dr. L. V. Smith, who has been
located at DrcwBey, was in the
eitv durinur tho wcok. His wife
and littlo daughter are at the
Purrington saw mill, tho littlo
ono being auito ill but the doctor
reports her improving slowly.
Williams Bros. Baw mill at
Cold Spring on tho Canyon road
is prepared to do custom work
for thoso desiring to take ad
vantage of their government per
mit Also lumber for sale at $12
per thousand. Seo them about
Geo. D. Eggleston nnd sons of
Pnyottc, Idaho, were hero during
tho week with a fino stallion and
two handsome draf t brood mares.
The latter were half Bisters and
well matched nnd very valuable
animals. They took part in the
House keeper wantek.-Fred
Hon. W. II. Brooko Is among
Exchange your Trading Stamps
for premiums, now ready for
I distribution at N. Brown &
ody of our up to date lino of fall and winter i mancnt residence.
. was not millinery. Thoynr on display I comncte Hno of H
, but Lon in her own budding up stairs-. BnJW1,a ..IIonc8t Valuo"
entrance at side
door next to
Brown's "Honest Valuo" Shoes
for Infants, Boys, Girls, Men
nnd Wnmon nt N. Brown & sens.
Cal Clemens and wife arrived j RR Jewc of A,bany ,B in
home Tuesday from a visit to d H(j ,m3 recently dla.
Seattle and other outside points, j d of hi8busincS3 in Aibany
They were accompanied home by' ... ... u
Mrs. Clemens' parents. Mr. unci ' -
t, AfnT.n1 who w I via t hero uoim uay rrcumun, jui
for an indefinite time.
sional nurse. Parties desiring
hnr eorulcnij mnv find hor nt tho
Cotlrill & Clomens have put in j,omo 0f Thomas Sogers, Burns.
wesUftMSngslslrK, Fon SAEE-Farm implements,
valley with good road. In first'" "eluding a mower and rake,
dan Umber-picked trees from harrow and plow, o ,l.g ht wngon
thegovernment. Prepared to do and other tools. SecII. Kallen-
custom work. See them auoui ""v"-
J. R. Bixby and his fathor-in-
nnco upon court.
Chester Geer, n son of tho late
L. B. Geer, was horo during the
week tho guest of I. S. Geer and
Just arrived: A complcto line
of Roofing, Sheathing, water
proof Sheathing and Stringed
Harney Co. Imp. & Hdwe. Co.
Mr. n ml Mm. Wid DrJnkwater
left yesterday for tho mountains
with their baby. Tho nttio ono
is suffering from summer complaint.
II. J. Hansen of tho Burns
Meat Market, is prepared to fur
nish bncon, hams and lard to
sheepmen nnd ranchers In any
quantity. Special prices for big
Bluo prints of nny township in
Burns Land District, showing
namo of entrymnn, date and kind
of entry, topography, etc., $1.00
each. Piatt T. Randall, Burns,
Robt. Baker has purchased tho
II. B. Maco Island farm paying
$50 an acre for tho 100 acres.
This is n fino place and tho sale
just made is the highest price
per aero reported for a farm in
this section this season.
Through negligenco nofirowas
made in tho pavilion Thursday
night and' a sudden cold snap
froze somo fino pot plants be
longing to Mrs. F. A. 'Colo.
That was the only cold m'ght of
tho week nnd it is very much re
C. W. Bonham, four miles
west of John Day and R. Danby,
two miles west of John Day both
have fino fruit of all kinds nt
this season at $1 per sack of two
boxes for apples. 1J to 2 cents
per lb. for fall and winter pears
during picking season at orchard.
Como and see us and bring your
sacks and boxes. Winter fruit
ready about Oct. IB. Address
C. W. Bonham at Canyon City,
R. Danby, John Day.
Bread for Bale at the Home
Fori Sale -320 acres of hay
land. Inquire at this office.
If vou want a nice, mild drink
drop into tho Burns Soda Works.
Schcnk Bros, have n full line
of fall and winter clothing in
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mr. nnu mrn. rruim wuivumu
have irono to the mountains with
their children, two of them being
nfillcled with cholorn infantum.
Sam Mickle and wife are
guests at tho home of Sheriff
Richardson this week. They
have recently roturned from a
trip to tho Steens Mountain
country coming back by Crane
Creek where they visited their
granddaughter Eunice Venator.
Foil Sale Do you want a nice
homo7 1G0 acre ranch 3 miles
from Harney on Rattlesnake
Creek. First water right, run
ning water tho year nround,
small bearing orchard, 40 acres
In cultivation, fino range for cat
tle horses or sheep. For further
nnrttntilnrn mil nrnddri'BS Roland
Hankins, Harney, Ore.
The partnership heretofore
existing under thonameof Keyes
and VanderVoor has been dis
solved by mutual consent and is
now being wound up. Notice is
therefore given that the under
signed will in no way bo respon
sible for nny debts hereafter
contracted for or in behalf of
said firm. Dated Oct. 4, 1009.
S. C. Keyes.
What our Capital Means to
Our capital of $20,000,00 is the amount of ac
tual money put into the business by our stock
holers. TIiIh capital is sufficiont to give every custom
er ample banking facilities for his evory-day re
quirements and alBO for unexpecteu uemanas m
Ydu go to the merchant who can supply you
with thoso things you wont Why not go also to
the bank that can give you service that meets
your business demands.
For every business wants, we have an efficient
service a personal service that will benefit your
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, OREGJON.
YOUR HOME INSTITUTION
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned severed his connec
tions with the Drewsey Mercan
tile Co. on Dec 22. 1907. All
bills are payable to tho Drewsey
Mercantile Co. and the company
Bottles indebtedness contracted
A. I. Johnson.
THE ANDERSON HOTEL
MR. nnd MRS. CHAS. ANDERSON, Propts.
Wc'nre 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 faverit: Family Hotel where guests receive
special Attention and uood Service.
SOUTH BURNS, OREOONNear Fair Grounds.
f DID YOU KNOW
That two flows of natural gas under an enormous
pressure havo been developed in Harney Valley?
Did You Know that the visible indications point to
Harney Valley as being underlaid with ono of tho great
est deposits of light gravity oil in the world? - ,
Do You Know what that means to Central Oregon?
It means railroads and the development of all tho re
sources of this great inland empire.
Do You Want to share In tho enormous profits that
await thoso who first tap this immense pool of oil?
The Harney Valley Oil & Can Co. offer you this
opportunity. With stock selling at 5 cents per sharo
(par valuo $1.00) it is an opportunity unparalleled in
tho history of oil development. Wo will-gladly answer
anv and all correspondence. Address
Valley Oil & Gas Co., Burnn, Oregon.
All parties owing Lewis & Gar
rett, or Simon Lewis are hereby
notified that nil these accounts
are in the hand3 of our attorney
C. H. Leonard for collection nnd
settlement Persons indebted to
us will please settle the same
with Mr. Leonard at once.
J. T. Gaiuictt.
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Fresh Groceries, etc.
For Fall and Winter Trade
I'or Chapped llandi.
Chapped skin whether on the
hands or face may be cured in
one night by applying Chamber-
Iain's Salve. It is also unequalou
for sore nipples, burns and
scalds. For sale by all good
inpsm't cost a cent to get
rices of your local dealer on trnvmmont. nermit nt once.
s, sewing machines, imoie-, , E p Gilbert, were in the
:arpets, etc., and it might; John Lough brought ono dozen city a fow days tho first of this
lWWeBOiineiriyu...vu.. k Mr Gilbert ia ft rosldont
to this office the other day that . . . nnmn . . ,
i ml 1UH Tltnon amila nrn u auiuiiik.
WClgllH 1V2 WO' Aiivnv- o""
Go to tho home Hotel for a
Seed rye for sale Nick Eicli-
ner, Harney, Oregon.
Plums, cabbage, potatoes and
watermelons at Carter & Thomp
Hie means oi saving yuu u
, round sum of money when
Biasing, besides he is always
re he can make good his
rises. G. W. Clevenger can
; any prices on these articles.
Ihim. Ho also has rootling
fine and were
, it his daughter. Ho will remain
tall kinds of building paper. I grounds.
certainly very line anu were . ,. ... ..
grown on new ground without
irrigation. The specimens were Paints, Oils, Doors and Wind-
ninl on exhibit at the fair lows, in fact everything for the
Salisbury fixes watches
C. T. Carey and wife are home
from a visit to tho Seattle fair.
Tho Burns Soda Works urc
prepared to fill all orders. Drop
in when you have a tnirsi
Tbe MILIEU REALTY & INYESTMLhT CO.
Office with Win. Miller, Burns, Or.
Deeded lands bought and sold on
Insurance, Life, Accident, Fire.
MONEY TO LOAN.
List vour lands villi us.
IKVING MILLER, Manager.
.. ..Every thing scrupuously clean,
Many strangers are in the city T
'farmer or builder. Give us a
' ' call and wo will bo glad to give
. , yQU prjCCSt Myers Pumps and
TPfc A TTT A TTWTCiflv tt ... n T. .ft TJ.lufn Pn
j5AitiiiJ.i;i 7 - t:zt::a
1U1. J. 1. O. UVU, WNU ID M-
-- nA-nsNA -r-KV T A xri sociated with Wm. Hanley in tho
EEY DAY A BARGAIN DAY! pr0posed reclamation projects
nnu nuiruuu wurn, ww nviv mu
rery Counter a Bargain Counter 1 j-ui .how -;
I have an opportunity to see him.
idies' skirts, waists, underwear,
at this time, all hero to seek in
Hon. A. W. Gowan has pur
chased tho John Gemberling
business property adjoining tho
now Btono store just completed
by Hagey & Richardson
two good wells, a windmill and
other improvements. No rock.
G. Hudspeth, Burns, Oregon.
.T. D. Dalv. nrcsident of the
First Nationnl Bank of this city
arrived hero from Boiso yestor
I neckwear, etc., will be sold at
greatly reduced prices,
scitil Bargains in mens summer
hats and vests.
A full stock of staple
and fancy Groceries
for every body.
Orders promptly filled ,
t'The Busy Corner Store"
Clarence Drinkwator. I. M
Davis, L. N. Olson, W. D. Baker
and Mrs. II. C. Brown are among
our visitors from Drewsey this
Reatos for sale, all sizes and
lengths, price 20 cents per foot
' Am tn Afavtrrr T?Anna nrlrlpiQQ
Fon Sale A five room cot-.,., . , t n aiu..
taire. four lota all fenced with
W. A. Ford of J. O. Alberson,
Tho chicken dinner given by
tho Baptist Ladies' Aid yester
day was most generously pat
ronized and all" who attended
wero well pleased with their
nrnveunero iro. u ,trontmcnt Tho ladies cleared
dnv even ncr to nttond a meeting'
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1. . .11 .. il.l Inot (il. I"" Tw-.
OI UIO Uircciura Ul niuu 'iiianiu
; Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Johnson
nro over from their Calamity
creek homo to visit friends nnd
take in tho fair. They report
the sad death of Helen, tho 20
months old daughter of Mr. and
I Mrs. John Genrhart on Sept 21.
' Interment was mado on the ranch,
A baby girl was born to Mr,
. and Mrs, Gearhart on Sept. 19.
, A telephone message received
, here-tho first of tho wcok an
nounces the death of Miss Heleno
Venator, aged 15, at Bolno on
j last Monday from typhoid fover.
' Sho wob the daughter of A. Vonu
itor. Mr. Venator received o
' message early last week nnnounc
I ing tho serious illness of his wifo
I but when ho reached Ontario ho
i was summoned to Bolso whero
, his daughtSr was attending
apimnl. TTn hroutrht tho remains
I of his daughtor to Ontario for
burial, but it is reported ho hau
to iro to his wlfo before tho func
ml. Tho many friends of tho
fnmily nro deeply griovM and
sincerely hope Mrs. Venator will
A. J. Johnson nnd wifo nnd
littlo daughter nrrived in this
city Wednesday frorr thoir homo
in Corvnllis. Mr. ,nnson is a
heavy stockholder in the First
National Bank of this city nnd
makes annual visits hore, They
will remain for several days.
Dr. W. L. Marsden was called
CIVIL, MUNICIPAL AND
Main Office, Burns, Oregon
Branch Office, Iikeview, Oregon
V. M, FAl'LKNKII, MBf
IN Tlin I'OST OFFICE BLOCK
Candy, Nuts, Stationery, Cigars, and Tobacco
ICE CREAM PARLORS and SODA WATER
School Tablets, Pens, Pencils, Ink, Etc.
SMOKERS ARE PARTICULARLY INVITED
Nice Assortment of PipesNew Novelties Coming
"The best Range
brains and experience
have ever produced,"
Ifjtsin 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 look at your old Harness?
You've had it a long time."Better be sure
Than sorry. ,
J. C. WELCOME & SON
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
to Juntura tho first of tho week i us again
Tho Mnrgarot Ilea Dramatic
Co. has mado good during the
engagement this week nnd has
nlaycd to crowded houses.
Among tho productions during
the present engagement wa3 the
"Squaw Mnn," ono of tho best
ovor soon here. Sovernl of tho
bills deserve special mention but
wo haven't room to dovoto to
them. This company will visit
to attend C. O. Dull who had
boon shot nnd seriously wounded
by his brothor. Tho shot took
effect in his upper loft breast
and pierced n lung, coming out
at tho back. It caused consider
able hemorrhage nnd tho wound
ed man Is In a serious condition.
Another brother was killed some
thing ovor a year ago nnd tho
prcsont troublo was over his es
tate. Tho Times-Horald is un-
nblo to irot any particulars. Tho
littlo son of Mrs. L. N. Stnllord
wns there and It scorns was sqnt
on an errand after tho shooting,
His horso fell with him breaking
his arm, Dr, Marsden reduced
tho fracturo while there.
and it is
Ladies wo dosiro to inform you
that wo havo received tho largost
lino of ladies, misses, children
and infants cloaks ovor carried
in Burns. Theso goods wero
personally selected from ono of
tho largest cloak houses in Amer
ica, and wo nro sure wo can savo
you monoy besides you will know
you nro getting tho quality, color
nnd fit boforo paying for it.
Theso irooda are all mado up now,
and aro strictly tho vory latest
styles; It will cost you nothing to
como and boo wo Invite you to
LuNABuan & Dalton.
TIEV ABB BETTER BECAUSE;
They aro fcutlt on Bclentlllo iirlnplnles
nnd Uio material UBod Is bo distributed
aniln thn moat i?ood.
Thoy aro Just lioavy onougu to bo
good, durable und labUnir.
The Btropgtlionoil imrtu nro Uiobo
whero tho moitt woar Is,
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Tho walla aro Asbostoa lluou
Thoy are mado of steel, co NBoquontly
thoy aro Btroim and cannot craulc.
IMPLEMENT & HARDWARE
burns, - Oregon
J, W. OWEN, Propts.
Finest hearse in county
Particular attention given
Fresh Teams, Comfortable Rigs, Careful Drivers.
Particular attention given to Transcient Trade
Horses boanli'il by tho day, week or month
ANTE5D. Burns, Oregon,