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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1909)
MtOKST CIRCULATION OK
PArKH IN THI8 COUNTY.
IaY. OCTOMKHH. IW.
IHs eyes P. 0. block.
iivia was in uio euy
Jlnypool is over from
E. Urinkwatcr lias
fine display of fall
U. Irwin arrived home
i'ovciiiiiK from a two
kit to outside points.
Indies gold bar broach
frith "Lil." also a hoop
Return to this ollico
(talker was over from
hursday to have his
i set. He got it bro-
lixup with a horse.
ready to receive music
first of next week,
009, at the Frank Har-
Benco in the west end.
Dt Stil s, ol f ortUinti,
inula" Matron of tlu 0.
' guest at the home of
Mrs. V. L. Maihden.
Ksit the local lodge ofli-
oung is oacK irom ms
lo muuiic states,
land at farming back
decided that Harney
a better place, Ihere-
Ck to slay.
on was tcnuireu tne
packers by the local
iut Wednesday evening
lie nail, ine evening
It pleasantly spent.
snls were served.
2D- I. nine to my place
tone nine spotted cow
and 2-ring haltor.
By nave ner oy iiaymg
jtice and the pasture
Bep, a prominent; duki-
of Everett, Wash., is
ir late arrivals. Mr.
sets to invest in this
I'd is also looking over
ry to report to a large
Bwsey Mercantile uo.,
Hash Store, has moved
old stnnd to the Odd
lilding in Drewsey. A
tin price on all lines on
6f making room. Call
ices before purchasing
rular services will be
)ct. 17, both morning
ig. The morning ser-
je given to reports from
fof the Presbytery and
Subject for the evening
The Exceeding Sin-
"Tllfi FIRST NATIONAL HANK"
Schonk Bros., Merchant Tail
ors, Burns, Oregon.
Joel Sturtevant has roturncd
to his home in Portland.
New fall and winter millinery
at Mrs. S. E. Urinkwater's.
HnnN-This morniiiK to Mr nmlN E. C. Eggle3ton, A. Darron
Mrs Piatt T. Randall, a son. and Fred Barron were in the city
Fine line of watches, chains, Thursday,
etc., at Salisbury's P. O. block. Prompt delivery of all orders
. ,r i i,.Vi)honed tho Cash Grocery &
u arenco luunn mmui uuu.u
Wednesday from a visit to Call- tlt tl,u I,wnch IIotd-
All work guaranteed Salis
dury's. Port Hamilton wns over from
Nick Silver Creek this week.
See the late creations in mill-
. . l-V . t. . .- 1 I .
inery at Mrs. urinuwaior a.
Try n moal nt tho Home Hotel.
For Bhcoplinetl coats see Luna-
burg and Dnlton.
Farmers in this vicinity aro
taking ndvnntngo of tho fine
weather to got in their crops.
IP YOU AUK UOINUTO TKAVIX,
Uio (ho Ilnrnoy County Nntlnnnl Ilnnk
Tlicy nro nclMilcnllfylnK.
Emery Hill wns over from his
homo nenr Juniper Mountain this
week looking nfter somo busi
ness. Dr. Mnrsden was called to
Lawen Tuesday to seo Herman
Ruh who was suffering from
Miss Joico Miller, a nieco of C.
T. Miller, arrived hero last Sat
urday from Union county. She
will mnko her homo with the
Miller children in this city.
P. C. Peterson arrived home
this week from an extended visit
to outsido points. Among other
places ho visited tho Soattlo fair.
Mr. Peterson snys everybody
coming to Hnrnoy county.
llouso keeper wnntok. Fred
E. 11 Hill In mi from lilti lnn
N holdings iii the southern part of
C. A. Bedell expects to leave
Monday for Prineville to tako in
tho fair and rnco moot.
Foil Samo-200 cords of pine
wood at $1.75 per cord. Slab
wood $1.25 a load nt the Harnov
Saw Mill, L. R. Bunynrd.
Prof. D. W. Yoder of tho high
school has been enjoying a visit
with his nephew, II. A. Yoder,
who arrived hero from Nebraska
Just arrived: A complete line
of Roofing, Sheathing, water
proof Sheathing and Stringed
Harney Co. Imp. & Hdwe. Co.
It seems from a circular re
ceived from the stnto lnnd agent
that the prico of baso for indem
nity selections for state lnnd has
been raised from $8.75 to $10 per
ai VjOie aim iiimiiy wort! ovur
from their Warm Springs homo
.. .. j.I.1wi.3 i.tMiiril rmrl
V1UI jm v...,v.v.o v......... . . fj,,,,,).
ied at Schenk Pros., at rea- "" l" .-
W. T. VanderVeer and wife
are in from tho Pine Creek ranch
r...... :i.....t f llw. v i. s
Co. is home from a trip to Port- t!li weck l lu-'dta of frioni,s
land where he went to look after Exchange your Trading Stamps
some business beforo the federal for premiums, now ready for
colirt. distribution at N. Brown &
Judge Davis left Wednesday Sons
for Canyon accompanied by Fred "Williams left tho first of
Judge Webster of Portland. The the week for Portland where ho
latter will make an address at will resume his studios for the
the John Day fair on good roads, winter.
Mrs. Lelah Williams-Miller is R. J, McKinnon and wifo nr
horo from Portland with a fine rived homo last week from a vis-
up to date line of fall and winter it to their son over in linker
millinery. They are on display county.
in her own building up stairs- Ti10 conip0to line of Hamilton
entrance at side door next lo n,.ow8 "Honest Value" Shoes
French hotel. for Infants, Roys, Girls, Men
Wilbur Hopkins of Rurns and and Women at N. Brown & sons.
E. Hopkins of Dayton, Washing- jonn McMullen is home from a
ton, two brothers, met hero by v;s;t to m,tsi,i0 points. While
accident this morning, both hav- HbScnt ho took in tho fair and
ing been called to this city on ag0 Sj)t.nt some time in Portlnnd.
business. -Pendleton East Ore- .. ... -
uuMw-ss. -" vi DtiWa Day Freeman, profes-
Kiuan- sional nurse. Parties desiring
Diku --Yesterday at tho Bun- her services may find her at tho
yard sawmill, the infant son of home of Thomas Sagors, Burns.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Drinkwatcr. nm, Mrs g R Ty,Qr
Uio little one nau ucun miiiuiiiik , Ti1I1PWinv i1P:n,rni, nno of
: 11. .1. Hansen of tho Burns
Foil SALK-Four room house Meat Market is prepared to fur-
with pantry; stnblo for six hora-jnjflb bacon, hams and lard lo
cs, chicken house, Inrgo wood-1 aheepmen and ranchers in nny
shed nnd other out buildings, quantity. Specinl prices for big
good well nnd pump, threo lots, orders.
Inquire nt this office. ... .. ... . , .
Wnltcr Sulhvnn arrived home
Supt, Hamilton informs us he Wednesday from a vncation trip
has not yet made tho regular to outside points. We undcr-
October apportionment of school 8tana Mr. Sullivan will go to
money for this county owing to Narrows where ho has a posi-
tho non-nrrival of tho state mu
Blue prints of nny township in
Willinms Bros, saw mill at UurnB Land District, showing
Cold Spring on the Canyon road anio of entrymnn, date nnd kind
is prepared to do custom work 0f entry, topography, etc., $1.00
for those desiring to take ml- Cach. Piatt T. Randall, Burns,
vantage of their government per- Ore.
itlil AIca lilmlint fnl unl.t nf CIO
per' thousand. See them about C. W. Bonhnm. four miles
custom prices wcst of John Dny and R- Danl)y-
, two miles west of John Day both
C. C. Lundy came in from hilve flno fnlit of a kindg at
rortinnu tie nrst ot tins weeic. thiH 8onson at $1 pcr 8ack of two
no nas iiiuy regaineu nis neaun boxC3 for ap,,CHt 14 to 2 cents
and has again assumed his duties per lb. for fall and winter pears
as field man for the Road Com- ,iuriKr picking season atorchard.
pany. Mr. Lundy will remnin in Como an( Beo us ami bring your
this section for an indefinite time u atui boxes. Winter fruit
mnking trips to Ontario and other ,.0JUiv ,,1,011 1 Oct. 15. Address
points along the grant during c y. Bonhnm nt Canyon City,
good weather. k. Dnnby. John Day.
Job printing - The Timns-HeraM
Bread for sale at the Home
Foil SAi.tJ-.120 acres of liny
land. Inquire nl this office.
Schenk Bros, have a full line
of fall and winter clothing in
Stutlebuker Wngonn, the "De
pendent" kind lor sale at N.
Brown & Sons.
FokSauj- Do you want a nice
homo? 100 acre ranch .1 miles
from Harney on Rattlesnake
Creek. First water right, run
ning waler the year around,
small bearing orchard, 40 acres
in cultivation, fine range for cat
tle horses or sheep. For further
particulars call or address Roland
Hankins, Harney, Ore.
Ilnrry C. Smith and Deputy
Sheriff Terrill left Thursday
morning for Salem tnking Chas.
Barker to tne penitentiary.
Their wives went out on the
Canyon stage the same morning
accompanied by Billy and Violet
Terrill nnd Harry Smith Jr.
They will spend somo time visit
ing Portland and other points.
Tho partnership heretofore
existing under the name of Keyes
and VanderVeer 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 be respon
sible for nny debts hereafter
contracted for or in behalf of
said firm. Dated Oct. -1. 1900.
S. C. Keyes.
i't tost a cent to get ... m .... comnlaint. The
of your local dealer on fl111,...i ,.,:i 1,0 hold this after-
wing machines, linole- , iinriiev.
ts, etc., and itmighT
tians of saving you a Cottrill & Clemens nav.opni in
sum of money when a first clnss saw mill 14 miles
hnif1f.s ho. is nlwavs west of Cold Springs is near the
can make good his valley with good roati. in 111 su wi,ero they will spend several
G. W. Clevengcr can class timber-picked trees from tjay8
trices on these articles, the government, rrepureu w u
He also has roofiing custom worK. &ee mem auoui
ids of building paper, your govcrnmeni pcrm.i ui om..
their little children for medical
treatmont. The child is improving.
Mrs. A. O. Faulkner went out
with her husband the first of the
weak to the surveying camps
Geo. Ward, who has but re
cently recovered from an nttnek
of typhoid, went to Crane Creek
Wednesday to spend a couple of
Harry and Martin Buck, are
homo from their vncation trip to
Portland nnd other points. They
did not remain away as they nt
Dal ton Biggs nnd wifo leave
for their Ontario homo tomorrow
after a couple of weeks visit hero
1i 1 1 i-k.a
?s skirts, waists, unacrwear, " w,cvmo.ua,lon,?,KC1
aner ins practice in uio circuit
:kwear. etc., will be sold at
kY DAY A BAKGAIN DAY!
Counter a Bargain Counter!
greatly reduced prices.
tl Bargains in mens summer
hats and vests.
A full stock of staple
and fancy Groceries
for every body.
Orders promptly filled
ie Busy Corner Store"
Paints, Oils, Doors and Wind
ows, in fact everything for the
fanner or builder. Give us a
call and we will bo glad to give
you prices. Myers Pumps and
Harney Co. Imp. tCr Hdwe. Co.
S. S. Lnudis of Baker City is
here in the interest of tho Sump
tor Valley Railway soliciting
freight business from our mer
chants. Mr. Landis oilers good
inducements and when the S. V.
reaches Prairie we will bo but
about 85 miles from the road.
His lino can compete with other
roads and if lie makes good on
promises tho rate will oven bo
cheaper than by shipping as
heretofore. Tho matter of im
proving tho wagon road on Can
yon Creek and tho grado up tho
mountain this side has nlrcndy
been taken up and tho railroad
peoplo will nasist in making It
better and posslblo for freighting
nt all times of tho year.
DID YOU KNOW
That two flows of natural gas under an enormous
pressure have been developed in Harney Valley?
Did You Know that tho visible indications point to
Harney Valley as being underlaid with one of the great
est deposits of light gravity oil in tho world?
Do You Know what that means to Central Oregon?
It means railroads and the development of all the re
sources of this great inland empire.
Do You Want lo share in the enormous profits that
await those who first tap this immense pool of oil?
The Ilarnvu Vallvu Oil & Gnu Co. offer you this
opportunity. With stock selling at 5 cents per share
(par value $1.00) it is an opportunity unparalleled in
tho history of oil development. Wo will gladly answer
any and all correspondence. Address
Vallcu Oil & Gnn Co., Hums, Oregon.
Go to the home Hotel for a
Seed ryo for sale Nick Eich
ner, Harney, Oregon.
Earl Elliott is confined to his
Salisbury fixes watches
Wheie would you find nicer
W. F. Simpson is back
homo threatened with
Plums, cabbage, potatoes and
watermelons at Carter & Thompson's.
Mrs. J. P. Dickenson was quite
typhoid Jerome, Idaho, where
early in tho spring.
Mrs. Win. Fnrro and
daughter Cathrinc camo
from Canyon City Sunday.
J. F. Mnhon has been attend
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned severed his connec
tions with the Drewsey Mercan
tile Co. on Dec. 22, 1907. All
bills nro payable to the Drewsey
Mercantile Co. and the company
settles indebtedness contracted
A. I. Johnson.
A Bank' 8 Surplus--What is it
This bank pays its stockholders cach year
dividends thnt are consistent with n safe, well
The money earned on our capital, above tho
dividends paid to shareholders, is put back into
tho business. We have now a surplus of $8,000.00
every cent of which has been earned, and which
with our capital represents $34,000.00 of actual
A growing surplus means a prosperous busi
ness; it also gives to depositors increasing safety
for funds ench year.
Become n customer of the bank with ample
capital and n growing surplus; this kind of a bank
meets the demands of its customers in a satisfac
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
All parties owing Lewis & Gar
rett, or Simon Lewis are hcroby
notified that all these accounts
are in the hands of our attorney
C. II. Leonard for collection and
settlement. Persons indebted to
us will please settle the same
with Mr. Leonard at once.
J. T. Gaukmt.
Tor Chapped IlinJ.
Chapped skin whether on the
hands or face may be cured in
one night by applying Chamber
Iain's Salve. It is also uncqualed
for sore nipples, burns and
scalds. For sale by all good
The MILLER RGAL1YSINYEST31ENT CO.
Office with Win. Miller, llarns, Or.
Deeded lands bought and sold on
Insurance, Life, Accident, Fire.
MONEY TO LOAN.
List jour lauds wiili us.
1KVINQ MILLER, Manager.
ill this week suffering from heart t ing to business in our city this
trouble. 'week, leaving for homo yester-
D. A. Cawlfield has nccepted n (lny
position in the Fred Unities store ' Hon. C. W. Pnrrish camo over
in this city. from his Izco homo last Sunday
A. J. Johnson nnd wife took l 8"fc,.uI j1 f.Aa with ol(1
their departure Tuesday for their timo fnom,s m th,s c,ty'
home at Corvallis. ' Reatos for sale, all sizes and
R. II. Brown and Dick Smith ! 1Acnths' Prico 20 centa per foot
. .. . 1 Anv one desirinir Reatos address
wcro among our visitors irom'.., , n 11,1 ah
Diamond during tho week. . , " " ol - "
V' niuKinuii, vsii-Kuii.
Several of tho high school pu
pils from a distance took advan
tage of tho vacation caused by
A. M. Kelsay, tho Silver creek , the institute this week and went
rancher and Btockman, was a ito their various homes for a short
business visitor during tho week, visit.
Foil Sai.k-A five room cot- Mr. Verling of tho Fort Bid
tage, four lots all fenced with well Indian schools wns hero
two good wells, n windmill nnd 'tho first of tho week to take
other improvements. No rock. !lmek lhn Pinto school children.
G. Hudspeth, Burns, Oregon. Thoro was a largo congregation
Frnnk Fister was over from I of tho tribe in front of Dr. Mars-
Crane creek tho first of this week don's on Monday afternoon when
making proof on his desert. W. tho Doctor addressed them in
II. Cecil was one of his witnesses ' their own language. Capt. Louio
W. Y. King is building a nent
cottage on the S. Lnmpsliiro &
Son lower place cast of town.
and Mrs. Cecil camo along to I
C. E. Beery nrrived homo Inst
week from tho Trout Creek sec
tion in tho southern part of the
county whero ho had been doing
tho engineering work on a big
Mrs, J. D. Daly camo over
with John from Boiso last weok
and spent several days hero vis
iting relatives and frionds. They
went to Drewsey Tuesday and
Mrs, Daly will spond a month or
more with her mother, Mrs.
Robertson, boforo roturning
also mado an address. There
were 18 pupils to go to school
this year from this place, several
of them being now ones.
Manager Woldenborg of tho
Blue Mt. Rapid Transit Lino wns
boforo tho Commercial Club Tues
day evening relntivo to tho Into
nrrivnl of our mail of which com
print was mado to tho Depart
ment last week. Mr. Woldcn
berg insists ho is not responsible
for tho delay and tho club there
fore has naked tho proper au
thorities to investigate. Tho
Club does not wish to causo Mr.
Woldonberg any troublo when ho
is not to blame.
The Eastern Oregon
CIVIL, MUNICIPAL AND
Main Office, Burns, Oregon
A O. rU'MCNKII, MKr
Branch Office, Lakcview, Oregon
C M. FAl'I.KNKK, Mr
"The best Range
brains and experience
have ever produced."
1 1 iT ' f ' - il
THE ANDERSON HOTEL
MR. and AIRS. CHAS. ANDERSON, Propts.
We are 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 pedal Attention and Good Service.
SOUTH BURNS, OREGON-Near Fair Grounds.
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Fresh Groceries, etc.
For Fall and Winter Trade
JOE THOMPSON I
IN Till: I'OST OFFICl-IULOCK
Candy, Nuls, Stationery, Cigars, and Tobacco
ICC CREAM PARLORS and SODA WATER
School Tablets, Pens, Pencils, Ink, Etc.
SMOKRRS APR PARTICULARLY INVITPH
Nice Assortment of Pipcs--Ncw Novelties lomlng.
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 look at your old Harness?
You've had it a long time. "Better be sure
J, C. WELCOME & SON
THEY ARE DBTTEB BECAUSE:
Thoy aro built on sclimtltlo lirlnclplo I
nnd tlio material usod la bo distributed 1
us to do Uio most uoort. I
Thoy nro Juab liouvy onongli to bo
good, durablo and liuitin. ,
Tho Htronuthonod pnrH aro uonu
whorO Uio moat wear la.
Tho walls aro Abostou llnod.
Thoy aro mado of Htool, ro iiBonuoiiUy
thoy aro Btrong ad cannot cniuk.
IMPLEMENT & HARDWARE
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
J. W. OWEN, Propts.
A X. .A J
T7 a. 1 l. ,.,4-,t ,SJJi "?9d!rssri
Particular attention given
Fresh Teams, Comfortable Rigs, Careful Drivers.
Particular attention given to Transcient Trade
Horses bonnlcd by the day, week or month
ANTEED. Burns, Oregon,