The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, January 15, 1910, Image 3

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'1X8 TIIE LXKOKST CIRCULATION Or
ANY NKWBPAPKB IN THI8 COUNTY.
SATOKUAT. JANUARY 1R. 1B10
Local News.
Fur wanted, Schonk Bro3.
Crcmo tho children cry for it.
Try n meal nt tho Home Hotel.
Don't overlook Schonk Bros.'
nd.
Chester Carter is in from his
homestead.
For sheoplincd coats sco Luna
burs: and Dalton.
J. W. Shown was down from
Harney Thursday.
Good morning! Did you have j
Cremo for breakfast? j
If you want protection sco
Irving Miller the insurance man.
rvM All sm wl Tl T. TAnn nnrJ
over from tho P Ranch on busi
ness. L. B. Culp invites his friends
to stop at the French Hotel when
in tho city.
Soveral of our young people
went over to Harney last night
to attend a dance.
See the Inland Empire Rcaj
Estate Co. if you have anything
for sale or exchange.
Mrs. Claud Brown and mother,
Mrs. Hallie Shelloy, loft yester
day for Crane Creek to visit
relatives.
YOUR
BANKING
BUSINESS
Be it large or small, is uiel
come at this bank. Any bus
iness entrusted to our care
will receive our careful con
siderate attention.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF BURNS
Capital
Surplus.
$25,000.00
S30,000.00
United States Depositary
Accounts Invited
NOTE: The Surplus of this
bank, $30,000.00, issix times
the maximum amount re
quired by the National Bank
ing Laws, thus affording an
unusual degree of protection
to our depositors.
13. C. Eggleston Iwas up from
Sunset yesterday.
Foil Sai.k-A Heconrf hand
range. Address Box 72, BuriiH,
NJ
vru uiiuuiMuiiHi uiuro in u
scarcity of hny In tho Lawen
country.
Pine wood for sale, oithor in
tho pllo or delivered Luib Mace,
Burns, Oregon.
John Marshall was among our
visitors from Narrows during
the week.
homo Hotel
Clothes pressed and cleaned nt
Schonk Bros.
Alva Springer and wife nro up
from their lake home.
The new breakfast food--
Tho liifrrrnot- rrvliinrtnn on In nn
clothing and gent's furnishing Cremo-n local product
that ever was at Schonk Bros.
See ad.
Elsworth Egli had quite a se
rious attack of appendicitus this
week but wo are pleased to note
is better.
Hagey & Richardson now have
a complete line of f resli groceries
and new dry goods. See them
in their new store.
G. W. Clevenger has just re
ceived a fine lot of bed clothing
of all descriptions that will be
sold at right prices.
N. Brown & Sons are agents
for tho Stein-Block make of
clothing. Ask any one who knows
and vou will wear no other make.
Davo Miller is in from his
Warm Springs land holdiings.
Improved and unimproved farm
and city property for sale.
IRVING?MILLKII.
W. B. Corsets, latest styles,
long hips all sizes from 19 to 28.
Prices $1.25 to $2.00. Just re-,
cieved at Schwartz's.
Harney County's portion of theTf,MmK i nd this week
state tax is some $2000 lower
than last year. This year w.o pay
$14,443.39.
Schenk Bros, do not have to
send your suit back to a Phila
delphia lawyer for alteration.
They nro tailors and can do it
themselves.
Crcmo for sale by your grocer.
Don't overlook Schonk Bros',
elenrnnco sale.
Luther Tudor was among our
visitors during tho week.
Great sale of Dress Goods at
the Busy Corner Store this week.
All guests treated with court
esy nt tho French Hotel. -L. B.
Culp, proprietor.
If you want to see tho finest
display of post cards in Burns go
to Carter & Thompson.
Tho Harney Valley Hardware
and Implement Co., have n
r-
SALE
of Ladies' Misses and Children's
COATS
During the week ending
Saturday, January 11 1910
All Ladies' Misses and Children's Coats
One-Half Regular Frice
at
The Busy Corner Store
FIRST COMERS GET FIRST CHOICE
COME EARLY
WOOL and PART WOOL DRESS GOODS
Reduced Prices
during the week
Regular price Sale price.
30c. Henrietta cloth, per yard 22c
85c. Henriettas G2J
80c. Winchester CO
35c. Suitings 25
35c. Brocades 25
50c. Eider Down 374'
50c.Serges 37J
75c. " .-v'.-, 524
85c. " 02J.
$1.15 " ...- ; 85
1.25 " ".".','. 95
1.35 Suitings - '. '95
75c. " ' ...,. .. 524
75c. Panama !. ' 524
50c, Cashmero 374
1.25 Diagonal 95
1.65 Wool Taffeta $1.20
The Busy Corner Store
I. SCHWARTZ, Propt.
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Full blooded White Angora kit
tens for sale. Address Miss W.
A. Short, Lawen, Oregon.
C. G. Smith and Walter Struck
have gone to the southern part
of the county to look at some
land.
Tho usual Sundny services
will bo held at tho Presbyterian
church tomnrrow. Preaching
both morning nnd ovening.
C. II. Voegtly left Tuesday
morning for Portland where ho
goes on business nnd pleasure.
Ho expects to bo absent several
weeks.
We havo a number of parties
anxious to purchase tracts of
from 1000 to 50,000 acres. See
us about it. Itandnll, Passenger
& Malonoy.
We take this means of express
ing our sincere thanks to all who
were so kind and thoughtful of
us in our hour of bereavement.
Mil. nnd Mits. A. Cotk.
If you want a ready to wear
suit of clothes call for a Stein
Block suit. Worn in London
and Now York as well as Hums.
N. Buown & Sonh.
Curtis Smith has purchased
tho Fred Byers residence prop
erty in this city. Ho has not
yet announced when the happy
event is to take place.
1 Blue prints of any township in
Burns Land District, showing
namo of entrymnn, date nnd kind
of entry, topography, etc., $1.00
each. Piatt T. Itandnll, Burns,
Ore.
Fresh groceries of tho very
best brands and n complcto new
lino of dry goods, furnishings,
etc., may bo found at Hagey &
Richardson's The now stone
store.
C H. Leonard and Sam Mo
thershcad this week purchased
tho J. P. Farm ranch of 280
acres near this city. They paid
$8400 for it. Mr. Fnrra oxpecLs
to leavo in tho spring for his old
homo in-Pennsylvania.
II. A. Dcnmnn, a ncpliow to
Dr. Dcnmnn, was in from Har-
riman during the week. Tho
i young man is interested with
Ibis undo in tho merchantilo
business nt Harrimnn and reports
business good.
Jan. 15th, 1910,-ChaH. II.
Davis, your homo taxidermist
will do work for tho public for
tho next 30 days. I chnrgo stand
ard prices, and guarantee satis
faction. I will also buy a few
choico specimens for mounting.
Tho funeral of tho little son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Coto was hold
last Monday. Tho Httlo ono was
born last Juno and had boon
quite a healthy littlo fellow un
til ho fell ill from Duke's disease.
All threo of tho children woro
8i3k but tho other two nro now
on tho road to recovery. Tho
many friends deeply sympnthizo
with tho bereaved paronts.
Now is the time to buy you n
suit nt reduction sale. Sou the
Schenk Bros', ad.
13. N. Nelson is homo from an
extended trip to Silver Lake and
other points.
If you want results list your
property with Irving Miller, Koom
G, Odd Fellow Bld'g.
Pearl Fisk, Stenographer.
Terms reasonable. Headquarters
at office of J. W. Biggs.
Bring in your premium Blnmps.
Cups, Saucers etc. are now here.
I. ScmvAUTZ.
IK YOU AUK GOINKTO TKAVICI.,
line t lie llarni-y County Nnllunnl Itmtk
TKAVKIXKK'S Cl IIIJUKS
Tilt' nro KolMili'litlfyliiK.
Bingen Hermann is now being
tried in tho fodoral court at
Portland charged with chnspir
aey to defraud the government
of public land. Tho indictment
was brought in 1905.
Keatos for sale, all sizes and
lengths, price 20 cents per foot.
Any one desiring Hcntos address1
W. A. Ford of J. O. Alborson,
Allmrtimi ritiwrtti
iimli bacon, hams and lard to
The tax levy just made by the sheopmen and ranchers in any
county court is tho lowest ever quantity. Special prices for big
levied, but the material raise in ' orders.
tho assessment will bring each' ,, , . .... . . .
inillvliliiiil lnvnhw n,,, ., rw.duiin iwumroii una jusi
in former year. ' ocoj V(,(1 ll IoUor f ron hw, da"h;
tur Lea, announcing tho death of
Williams Bros, saw mill at her sinter-in-law, Mrs. W. II.
Cold Spring on the Canyon road' Bland, in Portland on last Tues
is prepared to do custom work day, Jan. 11. Deceased had
for those desiring to take, ad- long been an invalid but her
vantage of their government per- death wns nevertheless a shock,
mit. Also lumber for salo at-$12 Thero were no children. Mr.
per thousand. Sec them about Bland is in husinotw in Boiling
custom prices. hnm, Waah.
(Jo t( ll(
good mcnl
.lonn uury and wile nro over
from Crane Crook.
Tho nioHt up to diUo gorit ftir
niahingH at Schenk Bros.
Mins Julia MoKonzio is a guoiit
of friends in this city.
Remember G. W. Clojonger
luti u complete lino of bcjlding.
Sco hiH stock at once.
Fred Haines wns over from
Ilnrnoy during the week looking
nflor his morcnntile buninoHH.
4 price on all Ladles', Misfles',
&. Children's Couts nt Schwartz's
Busy Corner Storo this week.
Tho French Hotel, under the
innnugomont of-L. B. Culp, is
tho place to lako your family
when in Burns.
Both Doctors Mnrsden and
GridUh visited Harney during
tho week to visit Mrs. Rogers
who is seriously Hi at her home
on tho Mickel place.
If you would liko an Oregon
Life Calendar send your name,
nuro and address to their agent.
E. C. ElJOLKSTON.
Burns, Oregon.
Drs. Marsden & Griffith per
formed an operation on Mrs.
Frank Sogoroat last Wednesday.
The paliont is reported improv
ing nicely.
The entire" slock of goods now
on diapluy at the new Htoro of
Hagey & Richardson, is fresh
and now. Patrons may find al
most anything desired there.
II. J. Hansen of the Burns
Meat Mnrkot is prepared to fur
fur a ! Foil Salk A five room cot
I (age, four lots all fenced with
two good wells, n windmill nnd
other improvements. No rock.
G. Hudspeth, Burns, Oregon.
The young high school bnskct
ball I cum gave tho "Fading
Stnrii" a run for their money in
IftBt ninht's game at Commercial
Club hall. It was a much closer
game than had been expected.
he latter team only defenled
the boys by six points. A social
dance followed the game.
Did it over occur to you that
the advertisement in this paper
are worth reading? Ilnd you
noticed that some of our mer
clutnlB are announcing clearance
sales during this mouth that arc
real money savers? Read the
"Busy Corner Store," Schenk
Bros, and E. 13. Reed & Sons in
this issuo and sec if there isn't
something there that you need.
There are o'.lvr new ads too.
The First National Bank and the
Harney Valley Oil & Gas Co. arc
among them.
This office is in receipt of n
letter from Mrs. C. S. Johnson
which states she and Charley
had arrived home on New Year's
day from an extended visit to
their former homo near Chico.
Chas. had been nwny for 22
years and found many changes.
Thnt section has experienced a
very cold winter and complain of
hard times. They also visited
Stockton, Grass Valley and Ne
vada City, two mining towns.
They had planned coming home
in company with Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Dibble and Frank's mo
ther, but the latter mot with ai
painful accident the day .before
they were to start by falling1
down a flight of stairs, breaking
a rib and injuring her ankle,
consequently the Dibbles had to
wait. Enrouto home Mr. and
Mrs. Johnson visited Roseburg,
Portland and Baker City, but
were very glau to get home
again. They found about ono
foot of snow at home but it is
settling rapidly. Stock are win
tering well on Calamity.
Number 49.
Safety without Cost
It is a satisfaction to know ,t all time that
your money is safe in the bank. This in certain.
You can keep your money securely in tho bank
nnd at the same time draw out whatever amount
you wish to pay sums to other persona without
coming to the bank.
The check account makes tin's possible.
It eliminates the risk of carrying money on
your person; it avoids disputes over bills that you
have paid; it turns the responsibility of keeping
your money safely from yourself to ub. It Ik our
business to keep tho people's money safely; wc
aro equipped to do this.
We can tell you more about tho check account
if you are interested. In fact, we'll bo glad to do
this for your personal information.
A SavingH?Bnnk 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
STATE DEPOSITARY
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 aJ our customers
THE PL0: TO GET
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon,
r
Harney Valley
Oil & Gas Company
Stock 10c.
V-
up
from F. Crowley
,. yesterday.
was in tho city
Otto Nystrom wns
Waverly this week.
The weather has moderated Ask your grocor for Cremo, the
very much and stock nro doing now breakfast food.
vory wcU- i T. S. Nosbit. the Blake. McFall
Ifyouhnvo any property list Co. man, wns hero a few days
it with us, wo havo the buyers, this week taking orders for his
Randnll Passenger & Malonoy. " house.
Good vinegnr for sale by T. 13. Fred Barron, F. C. Eggleston,
Jenkins nt tho Brewery. Monoy M. J. Nash and Bert Porter woro
back if not ns represented. among our Sunset visitors dur-
Fon SALK-200 cords of pine I1" l"
Aroyou interested in Burns
ncreago? If so let us tell you
what wo havo to offer. Randall,
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Application (or (Irailnn I'crmllj.
NOrlC'I'.ls liorcli)- kIvuii that all ap
jilicHtluiiH fur pcrmlti to grazo cnttlu,
how, ntid nht'ii within thu DICS
OIIUTUS NATIONAL FOIUSST during
thu tH'tuon el 1010, intuit lu llleil In my
olllc nt I'ruiovUli). Orvgon, on or beforu
lVlinmry liil, 1UI0. I'll II information in
rcu'iril to tliOKtiuiiiK h" U bo cliurnwl
und lilunk forms ta bo used In milking,
ujiilnitl(iiiH will ln (iirniithcd upon ro
riuwt. A. 8 IUKI.ANI), Siiporvmor.
NEW MERCHANDISE
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Fresh Groceries, etc.
For Fall and Winter Trade
a. w. GOWAN
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
State Courts and United States
Land Office Practice.
Three doors South of the
Harney County National Bank
Burns, Oregon.
JOE THOMPSON
IN THU POST OKPICI; ItLOCK
Candy, Nuts, Stationery, Cigars, and Tobacco
HOT TOMALES AND CHILES
School Tablets, Pens, Pencils, Ink, Etc.
ti.
SMOKERS ARE PARTICULARLY INVITED
Nice Assortment of I'lpesNcw No cities Coming. 2
IIUI'I' BROS. RESTAURANT,
Hut Tnmnles, Chili Con Cnrne, l . '-
Mexican Stew, SpcRgcttc, Hot
Wclncrs, etc. A K"tl Lunch nt
nny hour.
Second Door West of Capitol Saloon.
wood at $1.75 per cord. Slnh
wood $1.25 n load at tho Harnov
Saw Mill, L. R. Bunyard
'ii .. .
Thero .has hcen a decided l "ssonger oc Mnloncy.
chnngo in tho weather during! W. B. Parker and wife were
tho past few days and it is hoped 'among tho neighbors in from
tho winter cold Btinp is over. I Warm Springs Monday to attend
Some of our stock men are short tho funeral of tho little son of
of hay and an enrly spring would , Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Coto.
be a great benefit. The Saycr Photo Studio is so-
A letter from Chas. Davis 'wiring more up to date apparatus
states ho has just finished mount-,''d is becoming more popular
every day. Miss Sayor is con
tinually adding now features.
C. M. Faulkner of this place
has purchased the John Stephens
ranch at Codnrvillo. Tho report
ed price paid is $8,000. Tho
ranch is located near tho now
evaporator and wo understand it
will bo converted into a modern
fruit ranch. Lakeview Ilomlri.
to tho spring and summer buy- Mr. Faulknor is a brother to A.
ing for his "Busy Corner Store. " v. faulkner of this city.
Ho was accompanied out by his EsTKAV NoTiCK-Cnmo to my
nophow, Walter Gerstel, who ' )hlC0 ,,.. Vn 0raMn. nnn
blade liorso l-years-old, branded
bar diamond on left stifle. Ani
mal has been in this section for
,two years. Ono red 3-ycnr-old
the. steer marked two undorbits in
ing a wildcat for II. C. Pearson
and had received a largo cougar
to mount. Tho lntter had just
boon killed ovor on Calamity and
was a handsomo specimnu.
I. Schwartz look his departure
last Monday morning for Port
land and other points. Mr.
Schwartz always goes out in
January and attends personally
had been visiting with tho fain
ily hero nnd attending high
school. Walter will remain in
Portland.
Tho following nro somo of
properties sold nnd exchanged I loft and half crop in right ear;
during tho season of 100!) by tho branded 74 bnr under on loft
Inland Empire Real Estato Co. ribs. One red yearling steer
of Burns, of which W. T. Lester I marked undorbit in loft and
is manngor; swallowfork in right ear; Iiuh bur
Dickinson Oard prop., H20 acres
Davo Loggan property, 100 acres
just inside of right oyo; brand
1 . J, connected, but upsido down
Jordan land exchange, !120 acres on right hip. Owners call, provo
Bowcn property ... . 900 acres I proporty, pay exponso including
Sam Mickel proporty G40 acres this notice,
Walter Struck proporty, 117 acres J, A,' Williams,
Knllenbach proper ty .. 35G acres) Vnn, Oregon.
The MILLER MALTY & INVESTMENT CO.
Office willi Win. Miller, Hums, Or.
Deeded lands bought and sold on
Commission.
Insurance, Life, Accident, Fire.
MONEY TO LOAN. !
List your lands with us.
IKVING MILLER, Manager.
The Eastern Oregon
Engineering Co.
CIVIL, MUNICIPAL AND
IRHIOATION ENGINEERS
Main Office, Burns, Oregon
A, O. r.UU.K.NKIt, MRr.
Branch OHice, Lnkeview, Oregon
U. M. KAUI.KNKII, MIST.
A IVIAN
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 get highest quality
and lowestgprices at
J. C. WELCOME & SON
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We 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
Fits Any
Pump and
Klakos It
Hump J
You never saw anything like it beforenothing like
it has 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
inn yourself. Costs less than a windmill! It's well worth
a special trip to learn about the most wonderful invention
vnn pvpt henrd nf. Nuvt tune von are in town come in
aure. We want to give you a catalog tree. j,