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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1910)
TAB T11K I.AKOKST ClllOUI.ATION Of
ANV NKWBPAl'KK IN Tlllfl COUNTY.
SATURDAY, JANUAKY , lull)
Fur wanted, Schcnk Bros,
Cremo the children cry for it.
Try a meal nt the Home Hotel,
Don't overlook Schcnk Bros.'
For shccplincd coats see Luna
burp and Dalton.
Homer Cecil is over from
Good morninjr! Did you have
Cremo for breakfast?
I. S. Tyler was in the city for
a few days this week.
L. B. Culp invites his lneiuls
to stop at the French Hotel when
in the city.
R. J. Williams is over from
Silver Creek on a visit to his
See the Inland Empire Real
Estate Co. if you have anything
for sale or exchange.
The biggest reduction sale on
clothing and gent's furnishing
that ever was at Schcnk Bros.
J. H. Neal and daughter, Miss
Mary, came over from Barron
Valley the first of the week on
Hagey &. Richardson now have
a complete line of fresh groceries
and new dry goods. See them
in tneir new store.
V. Cawlfield was over from
Happy Valley the first of the
week, having brought over his
son tc attend school.
G. W. Clevenger has just re
ceived a fine lot of bed clothing
of all descriptions that will be
sold at right prices.
If you are not a depositor of
this bank, we invite you to
become one with the new year.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
United States Depositary
Clothes pressed and cleaned at
Will Gates was a visitor to our
city during the week.
J. N. Terwilliger and James
Gilbert arc in the city.
The new breakfast food
Cremo a local product.
J. F. Mahon is in the city on
business and visiting friends.
Cremo - for salo by your grocer.
Don't overlook Schcnk Bros',
Mrs. Adelar Racine has been
quite sick this week, but is im
proving. All guests treated with court
esy at the French Hotel. L. B.
Miss Farnuin was ill yesterday
and unable to attend her duties
Job printing -Tho Times-Herald
Take no substitute juhI tell
the grocer Cremo.
Miss Denrnan, sister lo Dr.
Dennian, is up from llarrimap.
Foil Sam: -A second hand
range. Address Box 72, Burns,
Now is the time lo buy you a
suit at reduction sale. See the
Schcnk Bros', ml.
Pearl Fisk, Stenographer.
Terms reasonable. Headquarters
at olllco of J. W. Biggs.
The severe cold snap the first
of the week was general and not
confined lo Harney county alone.
IP YOU AMK (JOINCTO TIIAVIX,
line tlio llurnuy Comity Natliiiml Hunk
They nro MtlMdcntlfjInK.
Rye Smyth doesn't let a little
thing like a broken leg botlior.
With the aid of crutches he was
at school this week.
Clark Wheeler and wife are
up from their homestead near
Narrows to take in the . 0. 0.
Reatos for sale, all sizes and
lengths, price 20 cents per foot.
Any one desiring Reatos address
W. A. Ford of J. 0. Alberson,
A new school district was
created by the county boundary
board this week. The new dis
trict is in the extreme southeast
portion of the county taking in
Denio. It is number Hi).
Go to the homo Hotel for a
Carriage heaters and coal-J.
0. Welcome & Son.
The annual business meeting
of the Presbyterian church was!1" Ue PuWie school.
held last night at which time the! If you want to see the finest
last years work was reviewed, .display of post cards in Burns go
Schcnk Bros, do not have to
N.Brown & Sons are agents' scn,i yoursujt back to a Phila
delphia lawyer for alteration.
They are tailors and can do it
for the Stein-Block make of
clothing. Ask any one who knows
and von will wear no other mnke.
C. I. Dixon and W. D. Fuller
of Seattle were among the home
seekers to arrive this week.
Both young men have taken
to Carter & Thompson.
Full blooded White Angora kit-
this week for Portland and oth
er outside points. They will be
absent an indefinite time.
Blue prints of any township in I The family of J. S. Cook ar
Burns Land District, showing1 rived here Thursday evening,
name of entryman, date and kind Mr. Cook lias been hcte for a
of entry, topography, etc., $1.00' couple of weeks and contemplates'
each. Piatt T. Randall, Burns, remaining permanently if condi
tions suit him in the spring.
tens for sale. Address Miss W.
A. Short, Lawen, Oregon.
There will be a social dance at
E. E. Purrington and wife j the Sunset school house next
took their departure the first of i Friday night, Jan. M. Supper
at the home of h. C. Eggleslon.
Williams Bros, saw mill at
Cold Spring on the Canyon road
is prepared to do custom work
for those desiring lo take ad
vantage of their government per
mit. Also lumber for sale at $12
per thousand. See them about
Scott and Craig Catterson were
in the city for a few days this
week. Craig is up from Raw
hide, Nevada, on a visit to his
parents and old time friends.
He is in the livery and drayage
business in the mining town and
says it is a good business point.
He expects to return to Rawhide
in a short time.
The most up lo date gents fur
nishings at Schcnk Bros.
Remember G. W. Clevenger
has a complete line of bedding.
Seo his slock at once. s
Miss Drusa Dotson arrived
homo Wednesday from an ex
tended visit to Boise and other
The French Hotel, under the
management of L. B. Culp, is
the place to take your family
when in Burns.
If you would like an Oregon
Life Calendar send your name,
age and address to their agent.
E. C. Egglkston.
The entire stock of goods now
on display at the new store of
Hagey & Richardson, is fresh
and new. Patrons may find al
most anything desired there.
II. 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
COMMERCIAL CLUB I-LKCTS OFFICERS.
The Burns Commercial Club
elected officers at the regular
monthly meeting held last Tues
day evening. The officers are:
C. II. Leonard, president; Dr. L.
E. Hibbard; vice-president; A. J.
Irwin, secretary; Leon M. Brown
treasurer; A. W. Gowan. J. J.
Donegan and Sam Mothershead,
were elected members of tho ex
Mattere of interest were
d i s c u s s e d and among them
a better mail service from Burns
to the southern part of the county.
It is hoped the citizens will
continue their interest and active
support of tho club during the
coming year as it is very impor
tant to keep up a live organiza
tion at this time. By all pushing
much good may be accomplished
and desired results realized.
The following paragraphs are
taken from an article in tho On
D. II. Aslilon, the railroad
builder, was registered at the
Carter House a few days this
week. While he has not estab
lished any home here it is only
a question of time with him.
During an evening's conversa
tion xve learned many ideas of
how Oregon is the most interest
ing point on the continent to the
There is a larger area in Ore
gon without rail facilities than
in any other of the Uuited
States. Preliminary surveys
demonstrate the feasibility of
the construction and investiga
tion that tho tonnage to warrant
the construction is waiting,
Oregon has always been domi
nated by the Ilarriman system
and the policy that waits until
the country is developed before
building for the business. As
the principal industry of Central
Oregon has been cattle, because
that alone could be got to the
market and the railroad got it
anyway they did not see fit to
assist in the upbuilding of the
There is another master mind
in the railroad world, J. J. Hill
whose policy is develop the coun
try by building railroads and
making it possible to market
anything produced, this brings
When Hill finally got in posi
tion to enter Oregon by the Des
chutes route it made the Ilarri
man people sit up and take notice
as it was apparent their do no
thing iwlicy could not be followed
any longer and that is why the
railroad across Central Oregon
is going to be built soon as the
The right of way secured by
the Hanley Wood interests at
strategical points matters, as will
also their surveys, and these will
be so handled as to give at least
two lines an opportunity to build.
Carry no Money on your Person
It is not necessary.
Deposit your money in the bank subject to
check; then if you wish to pav any person, write
out a check for tho amount.
This metnod of paying bills is more convenient
than employing the cash. No need to make change
You can pay by check wherever you are, at home,
in the store or out in the country.
The check nccount commends itself to every
person for its convenience alone, to say nothing
of the safetp it affords.
Will you employ tho check system? There is
absolutely no cost to you.
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
BUY YOUR DRUGS at OUR STORE
We handle a complete line of everything
usually sold by up to date druggists. It is
OUR AIM TO PLEASE
This we do by courteous treatment and
reasonable prices to al our customers
THE PHO: TO GET
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon.
John Myers received a tele
gram today announcing the death
of his father at Jefferson, this
state. He and his two brothers
leave tomarrow morning to at
tend the funeral.
The chicken pie dinner given
by the Presbyterian ladies' aid
New Year's day was a success.
A large number look dinner there
and the ladies cleared a neat
F. G. Henson of Cornwell,
Wash., was among those to locate
on some of Harney county's land
this week. Mr. Henson has re
turned to Washington to arrange
his business preparatory to mov
ing here in the spring.
Dr. C. C. Griffith was called
to the Warm Spring valley on
Thursday to see the children of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Cote, two of
whom were reported suffering
from pneumonia and the other
afflicted with Duke's disease.
Just as we go to press we learn
that one of the children had died
and will be buried in the Burns
cemetery. No particulars were
If you want a ready to wear
suit of clothes call for a Stein
Block suit. Worn in Inidon
and New York as well as Burns.
N. Bkown &. Sonh.
Supt. Hamilton is in the city
to attend the I. 0. 0. F. install-
ition tonight. He expects to go
The French Hotel offers all the. from here to Narrows section to
comforts of home. It is well ' visit schools.
kept, orderly and centrally loca
ted. The table service is the
best to be had at nil seasons of
the year. L. B. Culp, proprietor.
The Sunset people are prepar
ing for a big mask ball on Feb.
14 at the school house. Posters
1 will be out announcing the big
event next week.
Register Farre arrived home
Fri lay evening of last weok
from his vacation visit with rela- r-rcsli groceries oi the very
tives and friends in Grant Coun- hest brands and a complete new
ty. Mrs. Farre and little dauirh- line of dry goods,- furnishings,
tcr Cathrine remained in Canyon etc., may be found at Hagey &
City. Richardson s The new stone
F. J. Klink is over from Can
yon City arranging the final do-1 A yunK m y the name of
tails preparatory to turning over Briggs came up from Lawen
the telephone business to tho. the first of this week for medi-
Union Telephone & Telegraph cal attention. Ho was working
Co. recently organized by local for C. T. Miller and froze the
men. back of his right hand while
. i r in. a i .feeding stock.
M. L. Lewis and lorn Ander- v
son are back from a trip to the i The severe cold weather the
gold mines in the southern parti first of this week was the coldest
of the county where each secured . experienced in Harney county
some good claims. Mr. Lewis 'for 12 years. Stock suffered
says they have great miningj very much and no doubt a con
prospects down there and it will siderable loss has resulted among
DID YOU KNOW
That two flows of natural gas under an enormous
pressure have been developed in Harney Valley?
Did You 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 the development of all the re
sources of this great inland empire.
Do You Want to share in the enormous profiLs that
await those who first tap this immense iool of oil?
The Ilarnvu Valley Oil & Gas Co. offer you this
opportunity. With stock selling at 5 cents per share
(par value $1.00) it is an opportunity unparalleled in
the history of oil development. We will gladly answer
any and all correspondence. Address
IIarnei Valleu Oil & (,'us Co., Hunts, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that)
the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Harney County
Fair Association will be held at
the Commercial Club rooms in
Burns on Monday, Jan. 10, 1910
for the purpose of electing seven
directors and transacting such
other business as may come be
fore the meeting.
Julian Bviid, Secy.
List Your Properly With The
J Inland Empire Realty Company
W. T. LESTbK, Manager, ISurns, Orr.
We are devoting one-half page of this issue to
advertising our January sale of clothing.
We have the largest stock of clothing in Burns
and you connot appreciate what splendid bargains
we are offering until you see the goods.
COME IN AND LOOK AT THEM.
THE BUSY CORNER STOKE
be only a matter of time when the poorer ones. It was also
Harney County's mineral wealth hard on sheen that were not well
will be exploited as one of her .sheltered and fed. Fortunately
it has lasted but a short time.
A TRIP AROUND Till! WORLD.
Under the auspices of the J. B.
club Saturday, January 15, 11)10,
at the Baptist church.
Special excursion rates. Trains
i will leave tho Baptist church at
'7:!50, 8 and 8:!0 p. m., making
short stops for refreshments at
Washington, Germany, .Japan
and the north pole. Round trip
ticket 2ijc. Every body cordially
invited to attend the greatest
social event of the season.
KAI1.K0AD WORK IN Till! SI'MNO.
Parlies who have just returned
from Vale report a large amount
of railroad building equipment
at that place together with men
who aro considered contractors
with between GOn and 1000 head
of horses. It is confidently be
lieved that active work will be-
( gin early in tho spring grading
tlio road toward tlio Harney
Tho recent visit of Railroad
men to that place and their mys
terious visits to tho intelV-.is
Good vinegar for sale by T. E.
Jenkins at the Brewery. Money
back if not as represented.
Foil Sai.k-200 cords of pine
Ask your grocer for Cremo, the
new breakfast food.
The Sayer Photo Studio is se
curing more up to date apparatus
wood at $1. 75 per cord. Slab and is becoming more nonular
wood $1.25 a load at the Ilarnev every day. Miss Sayer is con
Saw Mill, L. R. Bunyard. itinually adding new features.
Mil... rll f r .1
i iiu loiiowiiiK are some oi mo A if() poicy( ,aken at U)e Rge
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A. W. GOWAN
State and United States Courts
Land Office Practice
Three doors South of the
Harney County National Bank
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Fresh Groceries, etc.
For Fall and Winter Trade
LUNABURC & DALTON
during the season of 11)00 by the
Inland Empire Real Estate Co. ,
of Burns, of which W. T. Lester
Dickinson Oard prop., 1120 acres
Dave Loggan property, 1G0 acres
Jordan land exchange, !!20 acres
Bowen property . . . i)(!0 acres
Sam Mickel property 010 acres
ly fifty times the nmount of its
annual premium. The protection
begins the moment the first pre
mium is paid. If you have put
your money in a savings bank it
may take ninny years to accumu
late a comparatively small sum.
Insure your life and if you should
die tomorrow, your fnmily will
fllfflini. nirlilnntn ff !! lrtl
to begin construction work. '
may expect to hear of hWr'
tracts being lot almost any
Walter Struck property, 117 acres ,mvo morc of a estate thnn
Kallcnbach property . ,1. acres C(Ull(I wlV0 (Iurinir ft ,onR scrjca
There is no quinine, nothingof years. Seo Irving Miller in
whatever harsh oj sickening in . the Odd Fellow's building. He
Preventics. These little Candy 'is agent for the Equitable Life
Cold Cure Tablets act as by kAssuranco Society of the United
magic. A few hours and yourijStiiles.
threatening cold is broken.
Candy-like in taste. Preventics
please tho children, and they
break the foverishness, always.
And least of all is the economy.
A largo box 48 Preventics-25
cents. Ask your druggist. He
knows. Sold by Reed Bros.
HUH- BROS. RESTAURANT.
Mot Tnmnlcs, Chili Con Cnrnc,
Mcxlcnn Slew, SpeRKette, Hot
Wclncrs, etc. A good Lunch at
Second Door West of Capitol Snhon
The AIILIB REALTY & INVESTMENT CO.
Office wllh Win. Miller, Hums, Or.
Deeded lands bought and sold on
Insurance, Life, Accident, Fire.
MONEY TO LOAN.
List your lands with us.
IKVING MILLER, Manager.
IN Till- POST OFFICE BLOCK
Candy, Nuts, Stationery, Cigars, and Tobacco
HOT TOMALES AND CHILES
School Tablets, Pens, Pencils, Ink, Etc.
SAIOKERS ARE PARTICULARLY INVITED
Nice Assortment of l'lpes--New No cities Com In jr.
is known by the harness he uses
A VAQBEEO by the saddle he rides.
Evere horseman should have the
The Eastern Oregon best, both as to quality and price.
In tlm County Court uf tlio Stnto of Ora
Hon, fur llitrnoy Coimly
In llin limlliir of (ho Kntiilul
ill llonry I;. .lnncM,Clii'i.
tor .loui'H mill HylvU
CIVIL, MUNICIPAL AND
Mnin Office, Burns, Oregon
A, II, K.UIIKNKK, M(r.
Brunch Ofli'ce, Lakcview, Oregon
l M ll I.KNKII, MWT.
You can get highest quality
and lowestprices at
J. C. WELCOME & SON
ZEaisixrLOss ira.d. Saddles
Appllcullon fur (Irailug 1'ernilU.
NOTICK in huri'liy kIviiii Unit nil up
illi'tiiiiiH for I'ormllH In rimi rut tic',
liorncH, nntl h)iuoi within tlio DIW-. ciiIIIIimI Court nt tho court hou e In
UIIUThH NATIONAL KOItliST iliuliiK lluriiH, Onvon. on Monday tlio 7tli ilny
In lloury li, .Ioiuih, Cheater Jouut
mill tjlvlu .Iiiiioh, noil to Iiliua A. Jonci,
mill to all iiumoiiH lnterotted In tlio
Von mnl ouch of you are hereby cited
mid r'iiilrol to appear liufnru Hit alioyo
tllO HI'IIHOII Of HMO, lllllHt lit) llll'tt III III)
olllco ul I'rlnovlllo, Orison, on or heforo
I'Vliriiury 'JO, I')J0, Full Information In
rt'iMrtl In tlio nia.InK fucH to bn ( Inuyoil
mid blank forum tu bo need In iiimUhi:
application! will bo furniuluil upon ru.
U'ichI. A. 8. IKKI.AND, HuporviHiir.
NOTION KOH IMJItLIOATION.
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llurim, Orcuuii, loi tinlxr vl, I"11-1. 1
Not U ii la huruliy tclvuu llitil'JIiu Hhiliuil Oru
Kim lilia II li'il III tlila nllli ii IIH ll illmlliiu
iHorlul No l)lunio lok'i't, iiinlur lliu pruvl.lon
of Urn Allot CuintreM. Approval AUHit Hi
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N)HW)i Muo. VOiHKJiNI'.UuiuI NltM''-1 Ht'"'
V7, -l.aarf.tu. aoi!
Any ami ull pornoix claiming lulvcrnely III"
mull , liiMfirtlii.il- ,ir iluftlrliiir In nlilni I lii'i illlr-ti
ut tliu inluurul clmraclor nl I In) hunt, or lor
uu otliur ruatnn, lo tliu itlaiiuiul luapiillimii.
4I1011I1I ilia lliolr nlililavln of irnttt In mi"
Iio, uii or lioluruthi) vilralliiu of tliu potlinl
Wm Kahiik, lUmUlor
nubllciitloii, January H. 1VI0.
'(Ik'tulon, February li, miu,
of I'obrtiury, 11)10, nt tliu hour ol 10
o'clock A. M. of 8.1 Id day, then and tburo
to hIiiiw ciuibo If mid you linvo why and
ordor of tlila Court uliould not bo uimlo
mid onturod authorising and dlrectlui;
Ulnin A JnncM, (iiurdlun of tho nutate
of tho iibnvn nauiiul minora to null all
of tho rlvht tit lu and intoruat of mid
nliovo niuiii'il minora In and too certain
real ontalo in tho manner prayed for In
hcriiip:ii'a!lou anil petition Mod heroin;
H.ild real natiito being an undivided,'
iiiloroht in mid to tho 8KJ of auction (1;
mid Nl,, mid HWtf of section 8j all lu
towiulilp 23, B. It. 3. K., V. M In
Harney County, Oregon.
WIlmnH tlio Hon J, I. Hector Judgo
ol tho County Court of Harney county,
Orcein, thin Mli day of Jan , 1010.
J. 1'. It KOTOH, County Judge.
HAM MOTIIKKSMKAD County Clerk.
Come In AnsS Ask Aboui It
Wc want to tell you about the latest and newest labor saver
for the farmer a marvel of mechanical genius a regular
"Jim Dandy" the light, handy and simple
UaliB IIH tt JTT Cj
PaliUoJ Juno IB, 10OO
You never saw anything like it before nothing like
it ha9 ever been made. It makes a windmill pump into
a perfect Power Pumping Plant in a few minutes, and
besides pumping, it runs separator, churn, grindstone, or
any machine ordinarily run by hand. You do the attach
ing yourself. Costs less than a windmill! It's well worth
a special trip to learn about the most wonderful invention
you ever heard of. Next time you are in town come in
sure. We want to give you a catalog free.
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