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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1909)
1K8T CIIICIJLATION OF
KTSH IN THIS COUNTY.
It. DECKMnEK 4, m
Mint Reed's Grocery.
Its eyes P. 0. block.
m is over from Dia-
ntrton was o ev from
a few d.tjs this
. Drinkwnttr has
ifur caps and othtir
has boon in from
Petersen place for a
ks and family are oc-
GeorRO Shaw resi-
city this winter.
is and wife aro over
homo on Calamity
risit to relatives and
jsof lap robes, horse
id carriage heaters
2-J. C. Welcome- &,
lichardson now have
lino of fresh groceries
goods. See them
Caldwell left this
Portland where she
extended visit to her
Sur orders to the Cash
Bakery for bread.
fruits, etc Deliv-
STA TEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at the close of business November 16th, 1909
Loans and Discounts $213,551 22
U. S. Bonds 50,000 00
Bonds and Securities 57,012 43
Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000 00
Real Estate, Furnituro and Fixtures 0,000 00
Fivo per cent Redumption Fund 1,250 00
Cash on hand and in Banks 111,769 U
Capital ? 25,000 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 31,170 77
Circulation .... 25,00000
DEPOSITS 358,000 32
United States Depositary
yen and Ben Corad
ffrom Silvies having
rn n bunch of cattle
All work guaranteed Salis
dury's. C. V. Reed waB up from Sun
Fine lino of watches, chnin.1,
etc., at Salisbury's P. 0. block.
Frank Dibble nnd wife have
gone to California to spend the
& Sons are agents
Stein-Block make of
lek any one who knows
I wear no other make.
jsmus was up tins
9g his boys build a
fch they will occupy
Bchool year while at-
Frances Anderson was
tor from Narrows the
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed atSchenk Bros., at re.i
E. B. Hill is up from his land
holdings in the southern part of
Irwin will preach
ivcrly school house
12th. at 10 o'clock-
it Lawen on the -.p.me by a grand ball.
p. m. and 7:30 p m. TI, ,;,. u)rti, nf nntia -,,..
Masonic luik'p will Jon display tit the new store of
tonightand -:Ko dis- Ilagey & Richardson, is fresh
Ivisability o" building 'and new. Patrons may find al-
It is hoped all mem-' most anything desired there.
an will be prsont.
Schenk Bros., Merchant Tail
ors, Burns, Oregon.
Wm. Keiscnbcck was up from
W. E. Huston is now is his
now quarters in tho Odd Fellow
Prompt delivery of till orders
'phoned tho Cash Grocery &
Tlnlmm. nf l.n TPvinnti TTflnl
UUJYUIJT Ul MIU Jk-lVltfali ix"" 1
Boiin Wednesday, Dec. 1, to
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cawlfield, a
See those "Fit Any" horse
blankets at J. C. Welcome &
C. W. Fitzgerald is preparing
first of, for a big danco at Narrows on
next Friday, Dec. 10.
Secretary Turnoy of the Har
ney Valley Oil & Gas Co. is home
from an extended visit to outside
If you would bo comfortable
while riding get a carriage heater
and coal at J. C. Welcome &
If you want a ready to wear
suit of clothes call for a Stein
Block suit. Worn in London
and New York asvell as Burns.
N. Brown & Sons.
Alma Davis and wife were
among the guests at the Dalton
Thompson wedding Wednesday
Julian George was over from1 evening. They returned to their
established I his Pine creek ranch during the. farm yesterday.
Upstairs in her own building- , ng toolc place in tlie west part
entrance at Bide door next to oi town, at me Vinson nouse,
French Hotel. whore the Michael family now
. ... , reside, Tuesday evening Nov. 30,
Cottnll & Clemens are prepar- whon Johl Lcm,V(, m)d Zo,ft
ed to do custom work with their Micimoi wore united in marriage,
portnblo saw mill located 1J Rev. A. J. Irwin officiating.
There will be a big time at
Narrows Christmas with a Christ
mas tree and exercises followed
jant new quarters in
Slow building and are
5r fine line of furnish-
je for display.
little son of Mr. and
Terrill, was quite
girt Monday by falling
lair cutting his upper
necessary to tike
es to close the wound.
nlm-Kiin tift TiiA.ln.(N
cM.i;ii iui. i utauciy
an extended visit to
when he will spend
nths with his aged
Ir. Petersen has been
Ihis former home for
Irs and during his re-
this section has ac-
; considerable of this
ods. He deserves a
friends hope he will
week. He is preparing to devel
op another place over there nnxi
will put out on orchard.
H. J. Hansen of the Burns
Meat Market is prepared to fur-
nish bacon, hams and lard to
sheepmen and ranchers in any
quantity. Special prices for big
Cottrill & Clomcns have put in
a first class saw mill U miles
west of Cold Springs is near tho
valley with good road. In first , HorU)n and fami,y cnmc
class timber-picked trees from from Diftmomi thIg wcek
the government, l'ropared to do . wi,l Wvo nt onco ror Cali
fornia to spend tho winter. It
custom work. See them about
your government permit at once.
is hoped tho mild climate may
E. C. Eggleston called at this benefit Mr. Horton's health.
office yesterday ; morning and in-j Fregh of tho very
forms us that the Sunset Sunday b(jst bnmds flnd n comploto new
School is preparing lor a nice
quiet time Christmas Eve with a
tree and appropriate exercises'.
It is a neighborhood affair and
promises to be one of the real
social events in which the child
ren of the neighborhood will take
a prominent part.
line of dry goods, furnishings,
etc., may be found at Hagey &
Richardson's Tho now stone
The regular monthly meeting
of tho Burns Commercial Club
will bo held at the club rooms
Tuesday evening Dec. 7th at
7:30 p. m. Important meeting.
Every member urged to be
A. J. InwiN, Sec'y.
1 am the sole representative of
the International Mills, manu
facturers of "Wear Proof"
. seamless hosiery and "Internat
ional" underwear for ladies, gen
tlomen and children. Also inado
to order petticoats. Mrs. L.
Cummings. Samples may be
seen at Home Hotel.
FALL AND WINTER
Now arriving for
the latest things in
I 1 Nt 111 I I
ins ana uniiorens uoats
relties in Mean's Clothing
Lccount of not having" room to
them properly, we will discon-
hand!inj- Granite and Tinware who carries the- risk
article i these lines
Mrs. Wm. Farre, president of
tho Ladies Afternoon Club, has
received a number of Christinas
stamps from tho Red Cross socie
ty. The sale of theso stamps is
for tho purposo of raising funds
to fight tuberculosis and should
bo used by a.U our citizens who
feel interested. Tho stamps havo
been put on uale at the drug
ie Busy Corner Store"
life? If you aro not insured your
wife and children aro carrying
it. If your wasclwniso or your
home buniB down 'without insur-
innCO. you IlllVU UJUllou wiu ism
iand have "to bear tho loss. If
I you die without .Insurance, your
family has to near uio loss.
Don't lot them carry tho risk any
lenger: they can't nfford it. In
sure with Tho Equitable Lifo
Assurance Society of tho United
Irving Miller, Agent.
Try a meal at tho Home Hotel
Fred Barron was among our
Sunset visitors Mondny.
Carriage heaters and coal
C. Welcome & Son.
Born Tuesday, Nov. 30,
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Gibson, a son.
Pearl Fisk, Stenographer.
Terms reasonable. Jleudqimrtors
at olllco of J. W. Biggs.
Hay Foil Salk Sixty tons of
hay on lako, good feeding
grounds with water.
.Tamks Buchanan, Burns.
II. Hnrinor, ono of tho pro
gresslvo fanners of the Sunset
neighborhood, was nmong our
visitors during tho week.
II' YOU AUK (iOINOTO TltAVKL,
Uhc the Ilnrnvy County Nnllonnl llnnk
Tin')' arc HclMdcntlfyliiK.
F. L. Swearingcn, who was a
resident of this section many
years ago, and who returned here
last spring, has taken up a home
stead on tho hill just above the
Peter Clemens place and expects
to put out an orchard.
Win. Forro and fnmily left this
morning for Canyon City where
they will spend some time visit
ing relatives and old time friends.
Mrs, Fnrro's brother Charles
Cozad, will bo married to Mrs.
Nellie Cameron next Wednesday.
Williams Bros, saw mill at
Cold Spring on this Canyon road
is prepared to do custom work
for those desiring to take ad
vantage of their government per
mit. Also lumber for sale nt $12
per thousand. Seo them about
Mrs. Lolah Williams-Miller I Hlock
has received additional stock in I
lt Unn nf uinfni. milHnnrv '
Go to tho homo Hotel for a
James Paul is over from his
Happy Valley home on business.
Three Merino bucks for sale.
vlSce J. A. Oard, Lawen, Oregon.
City Recorder Randall is hav
ing an addition built to his resi
dence in Morrison's addition.
Good vinegar for sale by T. E.
Jenkins at tho Brewery. Monoy
back if not as represented.
S. CI. Blackerby is back from a
trip to western Crook County
where he visited his sonB. .
Wo havo been experiencing
some real winter weather during
tho past few days.
For Salk 200 cords of pino
wood at $1.75 per cord. Slab
wood $1.25 a load at the Harnov
Saw Mill, L. R. Bunynrd.
Tho Sayer Photo Studio is se
curing more up to date apparatus
and is becoming more popular
every day. Miss Sayer is con
tinually adding now features.
For Salk A five room cot
tage, four lots all fenced with
two-good wells, a windmill and
other improvements. No rock.
G. Hudspeth, Burns, Oregon.
The Chicago & Northwestern
has arranged to extend to the
coast and in order to reach thero
must pass through this section
which adds another railroad to
our list. This transcontinental
line will be of great benefit.
For Salk Three bulls, two
thoroughbred ono high grade.
Ages 2, !, 5. Will sell very
cheap because related to young
Married A quiet little wed-
miles west of Cold Springs on
Poison Creek. Lumber for sale.
Get youa permit and havo them
saw your lumber. Terms are
Mr. Leneve is in tho employ of
Mr. Geo. Young and the young
people will make their home for
a while on the Young farm south
BID YOU KNOW
That two flows of natural gas under an enormous
pressure have been developed in Harney Valley?
Did Yon Know that the visible indications point to
Harney Valley as being underlaid with one of the great
est deposits of light gravity oil in the world?
Do You Know what that means to Central Oregon?
It means railroads and tho development of all tho re
sources of this great inland empire.
Do You Want to share in the enormous profits that
await thoso who first tap this immense pool of oil?
The Harncii Vallcu Oil & Gas Co. olfer 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
klfamci Vallcu Oil it- Gtts Co., Hums, Oregon. J)
they will help you
to decide what to
A few suggestions on
our pirt may help you
to choose; our
Salisbury fixes watches P. 0.
Bread for sale at the Home
i Oranges, lemons, grapes, ap
I pics and onions just received nt
' Carter & Thompson's.
Reatos for sale, all sizes and
lengths, price 20 cents per foot
Any one desiring Reatos address
, W. A. Ford of J. 0. Alborson,
It doesn't cost a cent to got
i tho prices of your local dealer on
'pianos, sewing machines, linole
um, carpets, etc., nnd it migh
I bo the means of saving you a
' good round sum of monoy when
I purchasing, besides ho is always
I where ho can make good his
promises. G. W. Clevenger can
meet any prices on these articles.
eo him. He also has roofing
and all kinds of building paper.
DRUWSOY TCLI-PIIONG COMPANY.
is at vour disposal
Note lie Prices
In your cntalogue and
compare ihem with
ours. We can save
you time and money.
G. M. S:
Notico of First Meeting of Stock
holders. Notico is hereby given that tho
first meeting of tho subscribers
to tho Capital stock of thu Drow
sey Telephone Company will be
held at tho Town Hall in Drew
soy, Harney County, Oregon on
tho eighth day of December, 1909
at 1:!10 o'clock p. m. for tho pur
poso of adoption of by-laws, elec
tion of directors, and such other
business as is necessary to per
fect organization of tho nboyo
Dated this (ith day of Novem
S. S. Williams,
J. L. Sitz,
W. D. Baker,
Wo tako this moans of express
ing our sincoro appreciation and
thanks to thoso who so kindly
assisted during tho sickness and
death of ouison, Hugh.
Mr.Jand Mrs. J. M. Hoy'
Houbo to rent- A. Schenk
Hay For SAi,E-About COO
tons best timothy hay. Good
feeding place, open water, early
range. Koyea & VnnDervccr,
Tho Waverly Literary Society
will meet again Dec. 11. At the
last meeting there were recita
tions by tho school children, a
violin solo by Frank Skinner nnd
a debate; "Resolved That Women
Should Vote," which was decid
ed in favor of tho negative.
Mr. Gillis' two boys havo gone
to Vale after supplies.
A deputy United States Sur
veyor was a passenger on the
stage Tuesday. Ho had been
surveying in the eastern part of
Frank Skinner has thirty acres
of fall wheat nnd thirty-five of
rye. Mr. Skinner is very favor
ably impressed with Harney
Valley and vows that he will
either make a success nt farming
or spend all his money to prove
thnt grain can not be grown.
Peters'. Capron and Laborance
havo eighty acres of fall wheat.
Orcn Thompson is construct
ing a dam thirty feet high and
two hundred and fifty feet long.
It will bo used for a reservoir to
irrigate his desert claim, as a
large tract of land can be re
claimed at a small cost
Carl Horseman, who has been
to Vale after supplies, is nt Hole-In-Tho-Ground
unable to bring
his wagons home, on account of
bad roads. Mr. Horseman has
sent for moro teams but at this
writing has not secured any.
Lester Mendell was at Hnrri
Reuben Kilby. who has been
working for Mr. Brown, is back
to his homestead again.
Mrs. Edith Clemens is residing
on her homestead. Her cousin
has arrived and contemplates
taking a claim, too. Nearly all
of the Iand has been taken around
James Armstrong is repairing
Lcn Zaurodine has been setting
out an orchard.
Mr. Curf of Yakima, owner of
the Alvord ranch, broke his auto
mobile between Jim Mahon's
place and Waverly. He secured
the repairs at Burns for his "in
C. B. Smith was at Burns Sat
urday. William Capron was a pleasant
caller at Waverly, Sunday.
Six new-comers came through
Friday looking for desirable
Mrs. Jim Paul is very sick nt
her ancestral home, August
Prcventics, tho new Candy
Cold Cure Tablets, are said by
druggists to havo four special
specific advantages over all other
remedies for n cold. First
They contain no quinine, nothing
harsh or Bickening. Second
They give almost instant relief.
Third Pleasant to tho taste, like
candy. Fourth A large box
48 Provontics at 25 cents.
Also fine for feverish children.
Sold by Reed Bros.
Job printing Tho Times-Herald.
The MILLER REALTY IN YESTMLNr CO.
OKin with Wm. Miller, Barns, Or.
Deeded lands bought and sold on
Insuranco, Life, Accident, Fire.
MONEY TO LOAN.
List jroir luds witli us.
IKYING MILLER, Manager.
CIVIL, MUNICIPAL AND
Main Office, Burin, Oregon
A ( FAULKNKU, Ml,
Branch Office, Lnkovicw, Oregon
O, M. rAl'I.KNKII, Mur,
NOTICE OF SAI.''-.
Notice U hereby shen tiat in jiurni
aiu-mil n order nf ilm County Court
t'l tlin 8Ute of Oregon, tor lUrnuy Coun
ty, inula and entered on tliu 'Jlet day of
Oi'iol.er 11)01). In tin) matter of tho tu-
Ulu otttnnuml Itniley, dortumid, tho mi
designed administrator or enUl outiUi),
ulll tell nt public mu'limi, to tliu liltilienl
bidder for (anil, ubjri't In iciiillrimitlin
by Hftid Ominly ooiirt Halillttny, Pei-
milier 4. 11)00 at '1 u'l'loek l III. of raid
day, at lb court home door of Harney
Comity at llurue, Oieon, nil tliu rHiiii,
title und Intel eat of the said Baiimol
Dailey at tho time of liU iloulli, and all
tho rlKht, title und InUroit that tho trnld
eetato him ulnru vciiulred In and to all
tho following described real eilntu, vizi
an undivided one fourth intercut In and
to lot 1, 3, 3, and 4 of block 8, nnd nn
undivided onn half Intercut In lot 3 of
block 07, allot tho city of llama, In Har
ney County, Oregon, Tonus of Bnloi
Dated nt Burnn, Ore., October '11, 1000
An Explanation of the Check
You'deposit whatever monoy you choso in tho
bank and Ieavo'an exact copy of your signature.
Wo enter tho amount of your deposit in a bank
book and furnish you with blank checks.
Then you'aro'prcpared to issue at any time or
plncefor tho cxact'amount you wish to pay.
You havo'the money in the bank; your signa
ture on the check being the same handwriting as
tho one"! on our record, indicates that you have
drawn upon your money here for the amount
written on the check.
When the check comes to the bank to be candi
ed, wo charge your account with the amount of
At the end of the month your balance in cash
in the bank is the difference between what you de
posited and the total amount of checks you issued.
The check account is simple, convenient and
safe for your business. Try it.
A Savings Bank Department is a feature of this Bank,
in which interest nt the rate of four per cent per
annum is allowed.
The Harney County National Bank
OF BURNS, OREGON.
YOUR HOME INSTITUTION
fhe CASH GROCERY & BAKERY
Located in French Hotel
Best quality Fancy and Staple Groceries, Fresh
Fruits, Vegetables, Confectionery, Stationery,
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
FRESH BREAD, COOK SES, PIES
Telephone orders will receive prompt attention
Free delivery to any part of the city.
-A- "v. zeb-ajoihstie, sxopt
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Fresh Groceries, etc. I
For Fall and Winter Trade
IN THE POST OI'TICGiULOCK
Candy, Nuts, Stationery, Cigars, and Tobacco
HOT TOMALOS AND CHILES
School Tablets, Pens, Pencils, Ink, Etc.
SAIOKERS ARE PARTICULARLY INVITED
Nice Assortment of I'lpesNew Novelties Coming;.
is known by the harness he uses
A VAQUEKO by the saddle he rides.
Evere horseman should have the
best, both as to quality and price.
You can getjhighest quality
and lowest prices at
J. C. WELCOME & SON
HsurrLess arid. Sa,cLd.les
Tho Stag ia one of the latest ntul best additions to the famous
Dcero Lino of Riding Plows. Is Hcht in weight, simpK'
and durable in construction full of ccnuino merit,' and ln
shown Its mettle and utility in every test it has been put to.
It hns amply demonstrated by its cood work its right to be
classed as a strictly up-to-date, high-class farm tool. It is
certain to suit tho most critical farmer and bo a money
maker and n labor-saver for him.
"If It's a Deere-It's Right"
and does its work perfect ease to tho operator nmlUa.i
It la manufactured and sold ns a tongueless plow a tonntu
not beine; necessary to best results, but one is supplied m
slight cost to those who perfor it that way. The Stntf is th.
simplest riding plow built, anyone who can hook up a tc.in
and drivo 'cm straight can operate it successfully. It pc
sesses many superior features not found on other plow,
and it takes a whole book to illustrate and dlscribe them.
Hotter write for it today and nil tho information you want
about this superior implement.
C. H. VOEGTLY