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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1910)
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Iah TllK I.A110K8T OIUOULATION Of
ANY NKWBPArKll IN THIB COUNTY.
SATOHDAT, KKHRUAIIY 19. 1110.
Good morning! Did you lmvo
Cromo for brcnkfnst?
Alva Springer was up from
his lako homo this week.
Just received fino lino of John
U. Stetson lints Schonk Bro3.
Jason Bennett was among our
visitors tho first of tho week.
If you want protection seo
Irving Miller tho insuranco man.
W. T. VanderVcor is over
from his Pine Creek homo this
Annual clearance sale of tho
Busy Corner Store ends Saturday
Tho French Hotel is gaining
in popularity under tho manage
ment of L. B. Culp.
James Mahon was over from ,
his Anderson Valley home Mon
day. Ho reports stock in his
neighborhood doing quite well.
H. J. Hansen of tho Burns
Meat Market is prepared to fur
nish bacon, hams and lard to
sheepmen and ranchers in any
quantity. Special prices for big
A very large line of white
undergarments for Ladies. Tho
nice, clean, sanitary kind with
quality. These goods can bo
worn with a feeling of safety.
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
OUT OF TOWN TAXPAYERS
-The Harney County National'
Bank -v ill be pleased to attend to
the payment of your taxes upon
receipt of your instructions and
sheriffs statement. .
Mrs. W. Y. King and daughter
Frankie left Thursday for L. N.
Standard's home on Otis creek
where Myra King has just closed
a term of Echcol. They will
bring the latter home with them.
R. L. Haines, who has beenj
driving on the Burns-Vale stage
since last fall, took a short lay-'
off and rest this week. He in
forms us he will again be a can-'
didate for marshal at the coming
The Prineville Land & Live
stock Company, of Muddy, sold
a lot of cows last week to the
Portland Union Stockyards at
the phenomenal prices of $4.75
and $1.85. This is the record
price on cows, but it does not by
any means indicate the market
It means that the Muddy com
pany had an exceptionally fine
bunch of cows to bring the price
heretofore only offered for the
very best of steers. It pays to
raise blooded cattle. "I am per-
'U1 O.lllOIItU IYII.I1 UIU OUIV, I
said Henry Hahn, a large stock-,
holder in the company and presi
dent of Wadhams & Co. "I be
lieve, hewever, that we would
have obtained fully a quarter
more for the stock if; the big
loads had not glutted the market
during the past few days."
OF CAPITAL IN THIS BANK
is reinforced by
of Earned Surplus
THUS AFFORDING OUR DEPOSITORS
AN UNUSUAL DEGREE OF SAFETY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
United States Depositary
Clothes pressed and cleaned at
Not how cheap at Brown's Sat
isfactory Store, but how good.
W. C. Kelsay is over from
Riley on business.
The new breakfast food
flrnmri n lncnl nrnrinnL
Improved and unimproved farm (
and city property for sale. i
Fred Oakerman was over from j
his Silver Creek homo the first
of this week.
Good, substantial, well cooked
meals at tho Home Hotel is what
the boarder likes.
Sec the Inland
ty Co. if you have
sale or exchange.
Andy Hunter has returned to
Bend after an extended absence
in Colorado. Ho comes back
Cremo for salo by your grocer.
Tho Home Hotel is tho comfor
tnblo place to board.
Paul Finko is down from his
Chas. Carroll loft Wednesday
for Prairio City. Ho has tho
i minincr fnvnr sinen
fever since they have
made now strikes over there.
Wo have a humber of parties
anxious to purchase tracts of
from 1000 to 50,000 acres. Seo
us about it Randall, Passenger
Mrs. L. E. Laurancc, wife of
tho manager of tho Union Tele-
phono to. Telegraph Co., lias ar
rivet! and Mr. Lauranco now
wears a smile.
Hats at cost and all other
goods at reducod prices to make
room for my spring shipment
which will bo in by April 1
Mrs. S. E. Drinkwnter.
t. i ; t in. t.i
raucn improvcu ... m.-uuu.-uu, T(jm Aen underwcnt nn
Bullctin- (operation Sunday and is now on
SchenkBros. do not have to tho road to recovery. Tho opera
send your suit back to a Phila-1 tion was performed by Drs. Mars
delphia lawyer for alteration. Idea & Griffith.
They are tailors and can do it1
C. H. Voegtly, the hardware
dealer, has returned ftom a six
weeks' visit to Portland where
he went on business and plea
sure. Fon Sale One almost new up-to-dato
Singer Sewing Machine.
Ono good second hand sowing
machine. One good Home Com
Mus. Chas. Wilson.
Tho supreme court has decidqd
that the state cannot build tho
Crater Lake road for which the
legislature appropriated $100,000.
The court claims it unconstitu
tional and tho appropriation can
not be used.
i I'resh groceries oi mo very
v' best brands and a complete now
line of dry goods, furnishings,
etc, may be found at Hagey &
Richardson'3 The new stone
For Sale or Trade-;- Sec,
45 feet clay, Hard wheat land
(next 1 sold for $32 per acre) 120
acres broke and ready for crop.
Good frame house, two bams, two
granaries, well, all fenced and
cross fenced. Oats go from 70
to 10G bu. per acre; wheat 35 to
40 per acre. Will sell for $30 per
acre or will trado for improved J
section near Burns, Oregon, must
have water on tho 1 section.
Geo. E. Reem,
Caylcy, Alta, Canada.
Annual Clearance Sale
Ends Saturday Night, February 26, 1910
SPECIALS FOR THE LAST WEEK
Woolen Dress Goods
Henrietta Cloth ,.. .
Albatros Cloth . .
..25 per cent off
.25 percent off
25 per cent off
.25 per cent off
20c Suitings 15c
15c Percales 12c
12Jc Ginghams 10c
10c Ginghams 7ic
12Jc Outing Flanel 10c
$1.00 Lace Collars G5c
85c Jabots 25c
Men' 8 Linen
Men's $lT50 Lined Gloves
1.50 Unlined "
1.00 Lined Mits.
ANY $3.00 PAIR LADIES' SHOES ONLY $2.20
Everything Else Reduced 20 per cent
Except groceries, overalls, thread, patterns.
The Busy Corner Store, I. Schwartz, Propt.
Onions, well matured and good,
at Lunaburg & Dalton's.
Pine wood for Bale, either in
tho pilo or delivered LutoMaco,
Always quality at Brown's
Satisfactory Sloro Wo cannot
Harry Cary, tho La won mer
chant, is in tho city accompanied
by his wifo.
If you want results list your
proporty with Irving Miller, Room
0, Odd Fellow Bld'g.
Mrs. John Gemhcrling enter
tained somo of her lady friends
at "500" on Valentino's day.
Ij. woiucnucrg mis been over
from Canyon City this week
looking after his stago business.
IP YOU ARE OOINOTO TRAVEL,
Xho the Ilnrncy County Nnlionnl Ilnnk
They nrc ftclMricntirylng.
J. W. Buchanan was in tho
city for a fow days this week.
Ho reports everything fino in his
Dr. Griffith loft Thursday after
noon for Drewsey where he was
called to seo a boy who was re
iwrted sick from typhoid fever.
D. R. Monte has purchased tho
Joe Thompson confection and
cigar store. Ho expects to carry
a fino lino of goods and is enti
tled to patronage.
Reatos for sale, all sizes and
lengths, price 20 cents per foot.
Any ono desiring Reatos address
W. A. Ford of J. O. Alberson,
Tho entire stock of goods now
on display at the new sloro of
Hngoy & Richardson, is fresh
and now. Patrons may find al
most nnvthintr ilfwirful thnro.
Mrs. J. C. Garrett left lastV
If you want to seo tho finest
display of post cards In Burns go
to Carter & Thompson.
Henderson Elliott is still con
fined to his home from lllliess,
Ho has had a sevcro Biego of it.
Good, clean seed barley from
1 to 1000 bushels at 3 cents a
pound Hngoy & Richardson.
Kemp Hardisty and family
woro down from Trout Creek
several days this week guests at
tho homo of Mrs. Wnltcr Cross.
Lulu and Agnes Miller had n
valentine party at their homo
Monday evening wlioro thoy en
lertained a number of tholr
For Sale or Trade-Oho 9
year old Grade Pcrchcron Stal
lion weight 1700. Ono Brown
Standard Bred Trotting Stallion
--will trado for young horses.
n W Vnimn
Vil IT J. VUllUt I
--.. . .
u. r. Johnson has been pro
moted to rank of assistant super
visor of tho Bluo Mountains Na
tional Forest, with headquarters
at Prineville. Mr. Johnson is
now at Seattle going to "school,"
hut will bo home about March 1
to assumo his new duties.
Now Dress Goods, Silks, Lin
ens, Wasn (joodB, White Goods,
French Ginghams, Prints, Gloves,
Underwear, Neckwear in for
1910 Spring. Our efforts were
never more successful than today.
uur olienng8 larger and moro
complete. If you are looking
for quality Brown's Satisfactory
Store can pleaso you.
Died --Wednesday morning at
tho homo of Mrs. Robt. Drink
water in this city, Mike, the
seven year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Russell of Harney.
ho boy had been brought down
Saturday morning for Washing- from his home last week and
ton after several weoks' visit was suffering from an aggrcvat-
with her children in this county, ed case of scarlet fever compli
Mrs. Garrett is (57 years old but catcd with quinsy and a very bad
is yot voung and travels about soro throat. The romains were
without any trouble. She will taken to Harney Thursday and
spend a few days with her grand- interment was made in the Hnr-
son, Ernest Shields, in Spokane, ney cemetery. Tho bereaved
then proceed to Twisp wtcre her parents have tho sympathy of a
property is. largo circle of friends.
Fifteenth Annual Ball
COUNCIL NO. 8888, P. P. P.
Commercial Club Hall
Tuesday, February 22, 1910
Dancinf Tickets .
All dancers cordially invited
Will Keisenbeck was up from
Mens Linen Collars 15c each
at Tho Busy Corner Store.
If you have any property list
it with us, wo have tho buyers.
Randall Passenger & Malonoy.
Good vinegar for salo by T. E.
Jenkins at the Brewery. Money
back if not as represented.
John Hoss was in from tho P.
C. Peterson sheep ranch Thurs
day. Ho reports tho sheep doing
quito well now.
For Sale 200 cords of pino
wood at $1.75 per cord. Slab
wood $1.25 a load at the Ilarnov
Saw Mill, L. It. Bunyard.
For real comfort, quiet and
courteous treatment the French
House is the best under tho man
agement of L. B. Culp.
Drs. Marsden & Griffith per
formed an operntion on John
Myers Wednesday, removing a
dead bono from his leg. Ho is
Tho Saycr Photo Studio is so
curing moro up to dato apparatus
and is becoming moro popular
every day. Miss Saycr is con
tinually adding now features.
Ono of tho peculiarities of hu
man nature, is tho sheep liko in
stinct of tho average porson to
follow tho crowd. Man is gre
garious and loves tho society of
his fellow mnn and woman.
Tho writer was led into this phi
losophical train of thought, by
observing tho crowds in Tho
Busy Corner Storo during tho last
fow weeks. Go in there whon
you will, you aro suro to find tho
clerks busy, and a happy lot of
customers inspecting goods and
making purchases. No doubt,
tho unusually good bargains aro
the main attractions; still tho
human tendency to. go whero
ono's neighbor goes, is also ono
of tho causes. It may bo inter
esting to know that tho annual
clearance salo will ond Saturday
tho 2Gth and somo spoeial attrac
tions aro advertised fpr tho last
weok, A word to tho wiso is
Ask your grocer for Cremo, tho
new breakfast food.
Guests at the French Hotel are
provided with tho best to bo had
in the market
Are you interested in Burns
acreage? If so lot us tell you
what wo have to offer. Randall,
Passenger & Maloney.
While thoro ia moro or loss imN
easiness regarding the stock sit
uation on account of weather
conditions, local growers look
for an early breakup. This has
been tho most sovoro winter ex
perienced for many years and
somo woro not prepared for such
a long season of heavy feeding.
However, if stock can bo turned
out soon they will not sustain
such n heavy loss.
P. M. Cheney arrived homo
Saturday evening from a visit to
Old Mexico nnd Southern Cali
fornia points. Mr. Cheney was
in Mexico many years ago and
had a desiro to go back and look
oyer a portion of tho country
again. Ho also wished to visit
somo relatives in Southern Cali
fornia. Mr. Cheney says thoy
aro still plowing with a crooked
stick down thoro nnd that tho
country is very good. Ho did
not invest as ho was advised by
real cstato men there that Hnr
noy county was a better place
for him to put his monoy and
I had intended to send my
stallion "Twelfth Night" to eithor
Portland or Salem this season
but duo to tho numerous requests
to leavo him hero I havo decided
to do so proyi ling I am insured
fifty mnres: thoso wishintr to
I breed to him pleaso notify mo at
onco with number of mares. For
tho number of colts ho had in
training ho mado tho host show
ing, as an oxtremo speed siro, of
any horso in tho world in 1909
being ono of three sires to havo
two colts tako records below 2:12
Feo $30 with roturn privilego if
mare proves not in foal. Mares
loft for breeding pastured and
cared for freo of charge write.
Dr. H. Denman,
Cromo tho children cry for it.
Tako no substitute just tell
tho grocer Cremo.
4 yards calico for 25c at Tho
Busy Corner Storo.
Genera1, hauling and dray
work done by B. F. Siler.
Got your orders in for incuba
tors before the rush W. T.
Finest of clean seed barley 3
cents a pound at Hngoy & Rich
Carter & Thompson havo re
ceived a nice lot of Valentino
Customers and others desiring
tin to settle their taxes will please
send us sheriff's statement of the
amount due together with instruc
tions for payment of same.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of
Chas. II. Davis, your home
Taxidermist will mount anything
from a Mouso to an African Lion
between this date and March 15,
1910. Rush in your fino speci
mens and get first class work at
J. Thorburn Ross has lost in
the highest court in the state and
must servo five years in the state
prison for the embezzlement of
$288,420.87 belonging to the state
of Oregon which was on deposit
in tho Title, Gunrantco & Trust
company which failed in the fall
of 1907 and of which nt the Bamo
time Ross was president A pe
tition for a rehearing of the case
was denied by tho supreme court
in opinion written by Associate
Piute Encampment No. 38, I.
O. O. F. has been revived and
promises to bo about the liveliest
organization in this section for a!
while. W. H. Schroeder, D. D.
G. P. came over from Canyon
City Monday and that evening
the boys got together, elected
Sam Mothershend Chief, J. W.
Sayer High Priest H. M. Horton
Senior Warden, F. O. Jnckson
Scribe, J. M. Dalton Treasurer,
I. S. Geer Guide, Julian Byrd
and Frank Harrison Watches and
A. K. Richardson Sentinel.
These officers were installed and
several others were rc-instatcd.
They then repaired to the ban
quet room where a very substan
tial repast was tucked away un
der their belts nnd then tho chief
declared they were ready for
scalps. One victim had been
provided to whet the appetites of
the braves and get them In tho
right mood for the following
night. Considering his long
idleness the goat acted quite well
and was put in good shape for
the following night when a class
of ten were given their money's
worth. Tuesday night the lunch
eon began about 8 o'clock and
lasted at intervals until nbout
mid night There are other
scalps to bo taken and the camp
was to have met next Tuesday i
evening for that purpose but as
that is Washington's birthday
with tho P. P. P. danco on it
will bo impossibo to round up tho
braves on that night
"The Sterling Mark"
Means safety and service in
its truo sense for all customers
at all times.
Sterling Bank Service costs
no more than an inferior ser
vice; it is tho result of care
ful, judicious management by
men who have years of ex-
pcrience in banking.
Wo make GOOD banking our
Our service will help you; it
is ready for you to accept.
A Saving Dank Department la a
feature of till Dank, In which In.
tercat at the rate of four per cent
per annum It allowed.
Harney County National Bank
of Burns, Oregon.
ST A TE DEPOSIT AR Y
YOUR HQME INSTITUTION
BUYYOUR DRUGS atOUR 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 aI our customers
THE PL Ci TO GET
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon.
Dry Goods, Boots andShoes
Fresh Groceries, etc.
For Fall and Winter Trade
JOE THOMPSON f
NUXT DOOR TO CAPITOL BARER SHOP J
Fresh Candy, Nuts, Cigars, and Tobacco i
NEW LINE POST CARDS
Some Nice New Stationery t
SMOKERS ARE PARTICULARLY INVITED
Nice Assortment of PipesNew Novelties Coming. J
Tho MILLER REALTY & INVESTMENT CO.
Office with WMiller, Barns, Or.
Deeded lands bought and sold on
Insurance, Life, Accident, Fire.
MONEY TO LOAN.
List your lauds with as.
IKYING MILLER, Manager.
Th6 Eastern Oregon
CIVIL, MUNICIPAL AND
Main Ollicc, Burns, Oregon
A. O. KAUI.KNKII, MRr.
Brunch Ofllce, Lakeview, Oregon
C. M, KAULKNKII, l!r.
is known by the harness he uses
A VAQUE&O by the saddle he rides.
Evere horseman should have the
best, both as to quality and price.
You can get highest quality
and lowest prices at
J. C. WELCOME & SON
3E3Csixn.ss a,n.d. Saddles
Gome In And Ask About It
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
itSB v lis -jnfft
PMittQii JfMm is, laaa
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 tho 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
aura. We want to give you a catalog free.