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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1909)
IN TIIIB COUNTY.
CEMIIKU 1, 1109
ryes P. 0. block.
f coats sco Lunn-
was in Thurs-
to nave a goou
iFire Boys New
fian was among
Box 72, Burns,
fis has gone East
visit to her for-
lap robes, horse
C. Welcome &
came over irom
rich the first of
siness and to vis-
jardson now have
jf fresh groceries
foods. Sec them
rices will be held
erian church to-
i nice music is be-
Sons are agents
l-Block make of
iy one who knows
far no other make.
five room cot-
all fenced with
a windmill anu
lents. No rock.
any township in
ban, date and kind
rapliy, etc., ?1.00
; came imck me
eek from an ex-
rhis foimer home
brn points. While
large number of
id race meets and
Be sensational har-
STA TEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at the close of bualncau November lGth, 100!)
Loans and Discounts $213,55122
U. S Bonds 50,00000
Bonds nnd Securities 57,(512 -13
Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000 00
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures (,000 00
Five per cent Redemption Fund 1,250 00
Cash on hand nnd In Banks 111,7(19 H
Surplus and Undivided Profits 31, 17(5 77
Circulation 25,000 00
DEPOSITS 358,000 32
United States Depositary
Fresh bread at Reed's Grocery.
All work guaranteed Salis-
Schenk Bros., Merchant Tail
ors, Burns, Oregon.
Robert Irving is in tho city
this week visiting his family.
Don't forgot tho Now Year
danco given by tho Firo Boys.
Schenk Bros, have a full line
of fall and winter clothing in
J. 0. Bunynrd is over from
Harney on a visit to relatives
Mrs. Geo. Smyth has been over
from Diamond the past week tho
Fred Barron was up from Sun
Don't overlook Schenk Bros.
ilosso Ferguson and wife were
up from Lawen this week; on a
visit to relatives nnd friends.
Pearl Fisk, Stenographer.
Terms reasonable. Headquarters
nt office of .1. W.; Biggs.
Sheriff Richardson hnsgono
to Baker taking out a prisoner
wanted on a charge of forgery
Judge Win. Miller and Irving
Miller have moved into their new
offices in the Odd Fellows' build
IK YOU AUK (i()IN(iT() Tit AVICI,,
Uho the llarnoy County Nnllmml I Ian If
Tlii'V lire Hi'lMdciitlfilnir.
" , . " . . .N
iioiiN -mommy, uec. in, 10
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Cawlfield, a
daughter. "Buster" wants nil
his friends to call him papa now.
U. S. G. Story of King Hill,
Idaho, arrived in.this cityiThurs-
dav evening and is stopping t ! i,a,i pneumonia.
me uvcriauu. mr. oiory was
here three years ago.
Reatos for salo, all sizes and
lengths, price 20 cents per foot.
Any one desiring Reatos address
W. A. Ford of J. 0. Albcraon,
Go to tho homo Hotel for a
Carriage heaters and coal J.
C. Welcome & Son.
W. II. McKee made proof on
his homestead Wednesday.
Tho most up to date gents fur
nishings nl Schenk Bros.
Mrs. Ed Egli is in from Wagon
tiro on a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Miller.
Good vinegar for sale by T. E.
Jenkins at tho Brewery. Money
,pacK u noi as represented.
Foil Sam; -200 cords of pine
wood at $1.75 per cord. Slab
wood $1.25 a load at tho Harnev
Saw Mill, L. R. Bunynrd.
If you would like an Oregon
Life Calendar send your nnme,
age and address to their agent.
v E. C. Eoolkston,
Clias. Moore came in from
Sage Hen yesterday evening
after Dr. Griflllh to see his little
daughter. It was feared she
W. C. Cecil was over from
Silver Creek this week.
Fine line of watches, chains,
etc., at Salisbury's P. 0. block.
See those "Fit Any" horse
blankets at J. C. Welcome &
A good suit ready to wear can
be got at Schenk Bros. $12.50
Charles F. Bradley was up.KUest of friends,
from Waverly yesterday on land
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Schenk Bros., at rea
Ira Mahon and his sister, Miss
Emily were in the city for sever
al days this week.
If you would be comfortable
while riding geta carriage heater
and coal at J. C. Welcome &
Robert F. Maguire a special
agent of the general land office,
is in the city on official business.
He will remain but a short time.
L. Woldenburg of tho Bluo
ML Rapid Transit is over from
Canyon City on business.
If you want to see the finest
display of post cards in Burns go
to Carter & Thompson.
Jasper Davis was over from
his Harney homo last Saturday.
This office acknowledges a
If you want a good supper
don't fail to patronize the Ladies'
Auxiliary at tho Firo Boys' dance
on New Year's Eve.
J. P. Withers and wife came
over from Harney yesterday and
Supt. and Mrs. L. M. Hamilton
were over from Harney during
tho week visiting relatives and
friends. They left this morning
for Silver creek where Supt.
Hamilton will visit'schools.
Hay Foil Sale About (500
tons best timothy hay. Good
feeding place, open water, early
range. Keyes & VnnDorvoor,
Frank Bunynrd and family
were in the city during the week
being enroute to Juntuiii from
Lake county whero Mrs. Bun
yard and the children have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Mrs. Lelah Williams-Miller
ms received additional stock in
of winter millinery.
Upstairs in her own building
entrance at side door next to
iNOTICl! TO Till! PUBLIC.
saw mill at
Pr.1, 1 o, ,!,,. . ,, i. r.. .,.... ...wl "l,a
' ? , , ... ' , the line
for those desiring to take ad
vantage of their government per
mit. AUo lumber for salo at $12
per thousand. Seo them about
The boys nro having great Nolict. ig hereby given that
times these days coasting. Dick iymQ M. Ruckland has loft my
Hnyos had a fingor broken i,C(i nmj i)oarii nmi wj not be
Wednesday and several other n.s,)()nsible for any bills or con
childron have been more or less tracla lhllt gllc nmy mnkc from
hurt but not seriously. Parents ln8 (llc.. Dated at Harney
should not allow the little ones Oregon this the 17th day of
to go coasting after dark as some December A. D. 1900.
one will be sorioiwly hurt. FitANK BUCKLANI).
ifiinain tlll llAtTWl tf Mr
IillU ftUWaiO 41. lilt ! v .t
kJU,um .,.. nnd Mrs. Robt. Drinkwater.
j send your suit back to a Phila- if you want a ready to wear
I delphia lawyer for alteration, suit of clothes call for a Stein
iThov are tailors and can do it Block suit. Worn in London
representative of themselves. , and New York as well as Burns.
lhal Mills, manu-i ,, :. sfn(,k of ,ro0(ls now
"Wear Proof" ! .,,..,, ,lf ,i, ,,, Rfnr ,,f
uii uinj)tj - -. -
ear for ladies, gen-
Hagey & Richardson, is fresh
N. Brown & Sons.
S. J. Clemens "Mark Twain"
I and J. 0. Garner were here from
mm noii. I'ntfnnu ninv nnii ill- linn , "nirai nv Msaismitr
lldren. Also made mogt .inytIlin,r desiretl there. I A(irien Coleman in making proof
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Samples may be ' S. l-orues returned aunany - 1 in . . . .H
I(nini . iroill cl vioii. iu mo Jiinn-i w"- iiiiaa n(i vjinriin.ni, "
' n. Ilrt Kinni'lu fl ItnfU lllOHQ. tnnnliinrt fn Pnlann P.rlf
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L SCllOOl Will IKIVC l . i: ,1 ,Juif l,nf trn. nmnnnnn n P.hriafmna nrntrrnm
and entertain- r it.,,.nov W)in,tv to make his tn hn rendered bv that school on
lay, Dec. 21. The , . I next Thursday evening.
tally invited to at- ,. ni , t. . .. . ,,, .,..
liov the uroirram. ' uouriii uiomens nuvu iiut m w. u. "m.... -. ...w -.....
JOi UK JJIUM""'- , , ... ,, ! ! f-,t :H nrnnfirm n fill'.
Ml upon the good a nrsi c.ass iw ...... x2 "-,- - "" " CSL
baskets with west ot uoiu opnngs im m.-... uiujnmn u.i-.w, .
valley with good roati. in ursi snecpmen ami iui.:iii;ia !;
bpccini prices lor mg
rA ttini in rint
ft nf f.m with im class timuer-picKca irecs irom quuiuuy.
... . . ilwimiiini-nmnnl Pivmiinwl lo lit. . ornnrH.
I eve. All wno lie- i"-h'"' "" "'
Resents placed upon custom worK. nee uh.ii. uuuui; Frc3j, Rr0cerie3 of tlie very
I bring them early. uul ku".- best brands and a complete new
line of dry goods, furnishings,
.etc., may bo found at Hagey &
Richardson's Tho new stone
I Frank Jackson took his de
iparturo this morning for Vnle
' where he goes to spend Christ
mas with iiis mother and other
I relatives. Ho will bo absent
I two or three weeks.
C. F. Hummel of Boiso an,
'architect, arrived in this city
Wednesday and will spend sev
eral days here. Ho will likely
plan some of the proposed new
buildings to bo erected in Burns
during tho coming year,
Tho pioneer mercantil linn of
N. Brown & Sons celebrates its
25th anniversary thocomingyear
and are placing 1910 calendars
in tho homes of their old time
customers bearing a likeness of
the father, N. Brown. ' They are
highly prized by tho many friends
of the old gentleman.
Who carries tho risk on your
life? If you arc not insured your
wife and childron are carrying
it. If your wasehouso or your
homo burns down without insur
ance, you havo carried the risk
nnd havo to bear tho loss. If
you die without insurance, your
family has to bear tho loss.
I Don't let them carry the risk any
i longer; they can't afford it. In-
isuro with Tho Equitable Lifo
Assurance Society of tho United
IllVINO Milleii, Agont.
ale of Holiday Goods now on
laking his headquarters at
IUSY CORNER STORE
ie most varied assortment
ever seen in Burns
EN BOYS: We have suitable presents for HER.
We have LOVELY things for HIM.
Your Selection Early
ie Busy Corner Store"
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 the world?
Do Yon Know what that means to Central Oregon?
It means railroads and the development of all the re
sources of this great inlnnd empire.
Do You Want to share in the enormous profits that
await those who first tap this immense pool of oil?
The Ilarni'il Vulleu Oil & Gnu Co. oiler you this
opportunity. With stock selling at 5 cenLs per shnro
(par value $1.00) it is an opportunity unparalleled in
tho history of oil development. Wo will gladly answer
any and all correspondence. Address
llariwi Valley Oil & Gnu Co.. Mums,
ho was sending out to Interested
This mining district is nbout
20 miles from Burns and first at
tracted attention in the 80's.
The men who have continued in
tho work are going to make good
money ;iud be rewarded for their
persistence. Local people hardly
realiz" the real worth of this
mining Camp, it being better
known in Canyon City and even
Baker City than in Burns.
Mr. Darst is now sinking two
chaffs on a very promising vein.
He is interested in eight claimc.
liKlllTII (lRAI)l! I'XAMINATMN.
Following are the sources for
eighth grade examination, 1910:
Arithmetic Practical Arith
Civil Government United
Geography -State Course of
Study: Red way and Hinman's
Natural School Geography.
History List of topics from
History Outline in State Course
of Study and Current Events.
Grammnr Rudder's Modern
English Grammar, no diagram
ming. Physiology Graded Lessons
in Physiology nnd Hygcne
Reading The teacher will send
to the County Superintendent
the applicant's clnss standing in
reading, which shall be taken by
such superintendent as the ap
plicant's standing on the subject.
Spelling Reed's Word Lessons
Writing Specimens of pen
manship as indicated in copied
matter and from manuscript in
J. II. Ackeiiman,
Supt, Public Instruction.
3fa nil our 3aicni&s rind Customers
Its up to you, now to
Only one week.
To get the
Salisbury fixes watches P. O.
for Bale at tho Home
We I' ve some
i ' 1
In three piece
Sliver and libouy
Fine assortment of
Sol hi gold Chains, gold
Kintts, just tho thing for
ready for Mulling
The Ladies' Auxiliary will
serve supper at tho Firo Boys'
New Year dance.
Wnltor Cross is down from
Trout Creek on a visit' to his
wife and granddaughters.
i Tho Sayer Photo Studio is se
curing more up to date apparatus
and is becoming moro popular
I every day. Miss Sayer is con
I tinunllv addimr new features.
J. C. Beatty, E. B. Hill, C. W.
i Canfield, Jack Lubbinger, M. 0.
'Billings and S. Defenbaugh
l wero in tho city the first of this
I week from tho southern part of
tho county. They wero hero on
' land business.
Read the pain lormula on a
box of Pink Pain Tablets. Then
ask your doctor if there is a hot
ter one. Pain means congestion
- blood pressure somowheie.
Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets
check head pains, womanly pnins,
pain anywhere. Try one, and
see! 20 for 25 cents. Sold by
Tho Burns firo boys will give
their fourth annual bull at Loch
er's hall on Now Year's Eve.
Music by Wolker's orchestra of
four pieces. Ticket $1. Tho
danco will start at 0 o'clock
sharp and music will continue
until '1 o'clock a. m. Tho danco
will be under good management.
Tickets may bo secured at any
business house. Supper sorved
by Ladies' Auxiliary in tho hall.
Clirlnlinns Program 7lh and 8th Grade.
The following program is being
prepared for rendition nt the pub
lic school of this city next Friday
Opening song, Ring, Ring, Mer
ry Christmas Bells.
Recitation . Thomas Jordan
Solo Sylya Lewis
Reading Nick Vocgtly
Piano Solo.. Roberta Hibbard
Recitation Gladys Holland
Solo. .Edna Fine
Conondrums. . Ben Campbell
Reading Isa Winters
Debate Resolved, That a Christ
mas Tree is Moro Highly Ap
preciated Than SanLi Gnus.
The year which'' is drawiny to a clone has
been a most HiicceftHftil one with Ihi
bank,. for which we have to thank our
many ciiHtomcra who have made this
The officers and directors, individually
and collectively extend to. you the com
pliments'lof the season, hopeiny that the
cominy ycar may briny you increaged "
prosperity and happiness.
The Harney County National Bank
OF BURNS, OREGON.
YOUR HOME INSTITUTION
STA TE DEPOSIT A R Y
will be a positive delight when you come
into this store and see our fine display of
Haviland China, Hand Painted, Cut Glass,
Leather Goods, Hand Hammered Brass, Pic
tures, ChafiingiDkhes, Silverware, Novelties
Stationery, General Assortment of Toys, etc.
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon.
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Fresh Groceries, etc.
For Fall and Winter Trade
LUWABURG & DALTON
. Albert Swain
G. A. Collier
Solo Owen Cawlfield
Biography Donald Hotchkiss
Song All the Boys
Song All the Girls
Closing Song. Home, Sweet
FINE SHOE REPAH1NG
New stock of material just in and
wo arc prepared to do
first clnss work for ladies and gentlemen
Work done while you wait and
guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
First door west of Bedell's saloon
across street from Burns Hotel.
TliS MILLIill REALTY & INVESTMENT CO.
Office wild Win. Miller, Burns, Or.
Deeded lands bought and sold on
Insurance, Life, Accident, Fire.
MONEY 10 LOAN.
List jour I nds wltli us.
iKVINti MILLER, Manager.
SIIUWIU) SOAK! (1001) OKI!.
. . " r. ...?J
u. J. i Jurat ami anin uoacn
camo down from tho Trout Creek
mining camp yesterday. Theso
two gentlemen havo been in that
district for a number of yenrs
and nro developing some good
properties. Mr. Darst brought
in Bomo quite vnluablo oro which
The Eastern Oregon
CIVIL, MUNICIPAL AND
Main Ollice, Burns, Oregon
A. U, r.UH.KNlCH, SIKI-.
Branch Ollice, Ijikeview, Oregon
l M. Wl'I.KNKII, Mtfr
IN Till- lOST OITICI: BLOCK
Candy, Nuts, Stationery, Cigars, and Tobacco
HOT T0U1ALES AND CHILES
School Tablets, Pens, Pencils, ink, Etc.
SMOKERS ARE PARTICULARLY INVITED
Nice Assortment of I'lpes-'New No cities (.oniing.
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
HI2DELL & RICHARDSON, Proprietors.
Burns, - - Oregon.
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Peel Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection.
Served as coffee, tho now coffee
substitute known to grocers
everywhere as Dr. Shoop's
Health Colfee, will trick even a
cofl'eo oxpert. Not a grain of
real cofieo in it either. Puro
healthful toasted grains, malt,
nuts, etc. havo been so cleverly
blended ns to givo a wonderfully
satisfying coffeo taste and flavor.
Anditis"mado in a minute,"
too. No tedious 20 to 80 min-
lutes boiling. Sold by Reed Bros.
The Stag is one of the latest and best additions to the famous
Doore Line of Riding Plows. Is light in weight, simple
nnd durable in construction full of genuine merit,' and has
shown its mettle and utility in every test it has been put to.
It hns amply demonstrated by its cooil work its right to be
classed as a strictly up-to-date, high-class farm tool. It i .
certnin to suit the most critical farmer and be a money
maker and a labor-saver for him.
"If It's a Deere-It's Right'3
and does its work perfect case to the operator and team
It is manufactured and sold ns a tongueless plow a tongiu
not being necet-sary to best results, but one is supplied sit
slight cost to those who perfer it that way. The Stnfl is tin
simplest riding plow built, anyone who can hook up a team
nnd drivo 'em straight can operate it successfully. It pos
sesses many superior features not found on other plows,
and it takes a whole book to illustrate and dUeribo them.
Hotter write for it today and aP tho information you want
about till J superior implement.
C. H. VOEGTLY