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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1910)
U THK LAKaKSf" cikcui.xtion or
KnVNKWSPAPXU IN THIS COUNTY. I
SATURDAY. Al'RIl.t, "I0-
fSL. Hopper is over from Bcnr
IGood potatoes nt The Busy
hood morning! Did you lmvo
i?mo for brenkfnst?
LA. A. Tipton has been in irom
00 ranch this week.
If you wnnt protection see
ing Miller the insurance num.
Born Wednesday, April (5, to
and Mrs. Ralph Hibbard, a
rho best meal in Harney coun-
for 25 cents nt the Overland j
John Stickle, fathcr-in-lnw to
irge Schenk, arrived here tins
ek from Portland.
hie French Hotel is gaining
popularity under the mnnage-
int of L. B. Culp.
ll. C. Huffman and T. B. Beck
re up from their farms near
Tl fn.iM f n... itrrlv1nlT
UUUI1UII11 JUOW.-lUllJ'. V
alter Cross is absent on a 7
it to his old time haunts in
gsouri. He has been gone
le three weeks.
roR Sale-Well broken work ner Store,
fees, weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.
im. Howard, 12 miles south
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at the clone or business, March 29th, 1910
Loans and Discounts,
U. S. Bonds,
Bonds and Securities,
Premium on U. S. Bonds
Real Estate, Furniture & Fixtures,
Fivo Per Cent Redemption Fund, . . .
. . $245, (MO. 04
, . . 50,000.00
GO, 200. 17
, .. 131,.153.03
Surplus and Undivided Profits, H7.2G3.G2
Capital and Surplus $60,000.00
United States Deposit my
Cremo-for sale by your grocer.
Onion Sets nt The Busy Cor-
Clothes pressed and cleaned at
Tim nnw hronkfnst food -
ust received the nobbiest line Cremo-n local product
our-in-nana ues over snuwn
xncw uouoie uisc piow lor sine.
Inquire at this office.
W. R. Dawson and wife were
up from Sunset Monday.
Win. Buflington has been over
from Westfall this week.
The Overland Hotel
iurns. rnce o cenis eacn.
Busy Corner Store.
, B. Handschy was down from
Soma and built a house on his
icstead. He has gone back
irrange to move down soon.
fred Clingen was in from the
uestead yesterday after a wind place to stop when in Burns
and tower his wife will
Cremo the children cry for it.
The Home Hotel is the comfor
table place to board.
C. M. Kellog, the Vale-Burns
stage mnn, is in tho city.
Calico 20 yards for $1.00 at
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
Mrs. Frankie Clark and little
son nre over from Paulina on n
visit to her sister, Mrs. A. M.
Well cooked and served meals
are what one wants and they can
be found nt tho Ovnrlmul Intnl.
the Mnnla 9K nnnta
ly raise some garden this sea-
Ihose having relinquishments
Ireal estate for sale should
suit E. W. VanValkenburg,
real estate man, at his office
E. Murphy was in from hisf T. Rllc rnrnnr ctn
t. if i: J 1.-1.1: i.. "k i,,v- ""v ...w -..-,
HI iUUUIlUHU IUI1U IIUIUIUSUUI-
the week. Mr. Murphy
les that his crops look well
everything indicates a good
Mrs. S. E. Drinkwnter has ro-
Improved and unimproved farm co:voti nn 0otrant i;ne of cnrnc.
and city property for sale. Millinery and invites the ladies
Irving Mii.m:r. 0f this vicinity to call and see
Nnt Henney was among our the display.
Sunset visitors the first fo the
There will be a dance at the
Gould school house north of
Wright's Point on Friday, April
ion Sale One almost new up-
late Singer Sewing Machine.
good second hand sewing
Ihine. One good Home Corn-
Mrs. Chas. Wilson.
ir. anu Airs, ueorge Aicbratn
the parents of a young lady
made her arrival at the Mc
th home yesterday at 12:20.
Look at those coif shirts for
,men and boys for 25 cents each. 15. All are invited to come and
1 c IfU Diioif Cnfnnf Clnn ' 1. 1 1...1- ! ..
ui. j.nu uuojr wM.i .Jim.-. , unng uasKuis ior supper.
"Grandma" Cawlficld is in the' Fresh groceries of tho vera
city visiting her sons and other best brands and a complete now
relatives. (line of dry goods, furnishings,
Guests at the French Hotel arc etc., may bo found nt Hagey &
provided with the best to be had ' Richardson's Tho now stone
in the market
Mrs. Adam George accompan
ied her husband up from Lawen
Good, substantial, well cooked
meals at the Home Hotel is what
the boarder likes.
See the Inland Empire Real
ty Co. if you have anything for
We arc informed that Peter
Miller, who was convicted of cat
tlo stealing a couple of years ago
and sentenced to tho penitenti
ary, has been pardoned by Gov.
A Good Bargain-I have for
sale 320 "acres of deeded most all
bottom land with plenty of water,
OUJ JUU Kill Owl: UCU1KUI 1 i
Ir above the top of the win-. .m.,. together with 30 head of stock
at the bank; it's all over the) Charley Begg, tho stone mason , horses, one draft stallion, milch
ival of Miss Ruth. Trenton t again in the city after spend- cows. Place nil fenced, well im-
.) Daily News, March 7. 1 infif the winter at outside points, proved. A good horso or sheep
. McGrath was formerly Miss. Kehonk Bros, do not have to' ranch with an abundance of out-
Hembree and she has many send your suit back to a Phila-'side range. For further infor-
Itimo friends in this cnuntvi,inir.i,;n lmwn fm. nitnrntinn malion call or address
I . . . ... ' Vl"" "."?." ". V . r IT rr,o.r
loin us in extenuinir con-iThov are tai ors anil can uo it " " '"'i
ODDS AND ENDS SALE
See our Show Windows for
25 cent articles
Our store ivon'l hold one-fourth of our
slock. Consequently many goods were
stored away and overlooked. Many of
them are old fashioned, but the quality
and condition are good. We have placed
them on our counters at merely nominal
prices and expect to sell them all within
the next two weeks, so call early.
Sale Ends Saturday April 23rd
See Our Bargain Counters
The Busy Corner Store, I. Schwartz, Propt.
Seed Wheat at Tho Busy Cor
W. S. Ridtllo is over from his
Steena Mountnin much.
Frank Catterson and wife w.oro
up from Lawen this week.
Dr. Griffith was called to Nar
rows Thursday to sco Mrs. Harris.
Get your orders in for incuba
tors boforo tho rush W. T.
Carpenters aro limiting somo
alterations on dies Dnlton's
Pine wood for sale, either in
tho pilo or dolivorcd Lute Mace,
Born Friday, April 8, to Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Ioggan, a
If you want results list your
properly with Irving Miller, Room
i! n,i,i truiin.., ni,i
u, w , .. . . N
P. G. Smith, Allen Jones and
Wm. Hanloy, have all started
their beef to tho railroad.
Good vinegar for salo by T. E.
Jenkins at tho Brewery. Money
back if not as represented.
If you have any property list
it with us, we lmvo tho buyers.
Randall Passenger & Maloney.
Emery Hill is over from his
farm near Alberson. Ho says
crops look fine in his locality.
Capt. Louoy and wife have re
turned from looking for their
horses. They failed to find
The Edison Phonograph is
gaining in popularity and should
bo in every liome-Lunaburg &
Dalton arc resident agents.
C. B. Smith was up from
Waverly tho first of the week
He was drawn as a juror but was
excused and later returned home.
II YOU AUT. COINOTO TRAVIX,
Uhc (he Harney County Nntlutml Hunk
They nrc HflMilcntlfylnir.
Hon. Claud Gatch. of Salem,
National bank examiner was
here on official business tho first
of this week.
Reatos for sale, all si7.es and
lengths, price 20 cents por foot.
Any one desiring Rentos address
W. A. Ford of J. O. Alberson,
Don Henderson, who has been
working for J. C. Foley tho past
winter, has gone to his home
stead near Waverly to begin
If you want one of those new
Fuller & Johnson Farm Pump
Engines don't wait until the day
before you need it, but get your
order in now W. T. Smith, Agt
See tho ad.
You will never again be quite
as you are today mentally or
physically. Perhaps not over
again will you bo able to get so
"young" a photograph that
looks like you as today. Visit
tho Sayer Studio.
For Sale Imported French
Percheron Stallion, 9 years old
weight 1900; color solid black
with star in forehead. He is a
sure foal getter. For particulars
write or inquire of W. II. Mc
Allister. Trout Creek Ranch,
C. F. McKinney left Wednes
day morning for Canyon City nc
compauied by Mrs. Moycr who is
en route to her homo in San
Frnncico after spending the win
ter here with her daughter, Mrs.
L. M. Brown. Mr. McKinney
goes to Canyon to meet his old
time friend, Judge James A.
Sparrow, who is returning after
an absence of several years.
John Eichner had his left leg
broken Thursday by being run
over with two wagons. Ho had
loft town with his freight team
and two wagons and was walking.
Ho decided to got on his saddle
horso in the team and stepped on
tho doublctrco for that purpoao
but it tipped up throwing him
under the wagon. Both wagons
passed over him. Ho was brought
back to town and Dr. Marsden
reduced the fracture. Ho is at
tho hospital in this city.
Seed Rye at Tho Busy Corner
Calico 20 yards for fil.00 at
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
Will and Scott Cnlterson wcro
among our visitors this week.
HORN Sunday. Anvil .'. tn MrM
and Mrs. Clarcnco Mace, a son.
Don't forgot tho good roads
mooting nt tho court house this
Odds and Ends Sale at Tho
Busy Comer Store. Lots of good
things nt your own prices.
A lnrgo houso greeted the sec
ond production of "Brookdnle
Farm" Tuesday night
Tom Morrison and wife are
over from tho Sod Houso whore
thoy lmvo been for tho past two
Miss Winifred Van Vnlltcnburg
public stenographer, with E. W.
Van Vnlltcnburg nt tho candy
Mosdnmes John Ott and J. W.
South nro among tho Drewsey
pcoplo hero in ntlcndnnco upon
For real comfort, quiet and
courteous treatment tho French
Houso is the best under the man
agement of L. B. Culp.
L. Woldenborg of tho Bluo Mt
Rapid Transit Lino is over from
Canyon looking after his stage
Are you interested in Burns
acreage? If so lot us tell you
what wo have to oircr. Randall,
Passenger & Mnloney.
If you want to make a trade,
sell your relinquishment or other
property tho Inland Empire Real
ty Co. will be of great assistance
to you. They have sold others
and can sell youfs.
General hauling and
work dono by B. F. Siler.
Tho very best accommodations
may bo obtained at tho Overland
Hotel, Meals 25 cents.
If you want to see tho finest
display of post cards in Burns go
to Carter & Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs.
aro down from Silvies on a nhoit
visit to their mahy friends in this
For Ri:nt-A small farm, 10
miles from town. An ideal gar
don and truck farm with plenty
of water for irrigation. Inquire
at this office.
J. R. Jenkins was in from his
sheep ranches this week on busi
ness. Ho hurried bnck us the
lambing season is coining on.
II. J. Hansen of tho Burns
Ment Market is prepared to fur
nish bacon, hams and lard to
sheepmen and ranchers in any
quantity. Special prices for big
Persons needing hospital, ac
commodations enn find them at
my homo. Confinement cases
may expect especial attention.
Call on or address Mrs. F. E.
Forrcn, Burns, Oregon.
You wouldn't hire nn unskilled
man to do your work in orchnrd,
tho factory or tho storo where
skilled work was required. The
Teacher shonld be no less a train
ed man than any other profession
requires; ho handles tho most
delicate product of society, the
Child. Supply your schools with
a trained teacher by voting Yes
J. B. V. Butler, Sec. Com.
You Need It
The check account requires that
you carry no money on your person.
When you wish to make pay
ment, just write out a check for
Your check is better in many
ways than cash. It is more con
venient; it is more accuralo, and
many times safer.
Your checks will take tho place
of money for all practical purposes.
A Savlna Hank Department in a
feature of thin Hank, in which In
terest at the rale of four per cent .
per annum Ik allowed.
Small Accounts CourtcouHlu
Harney County National Bank
of Burns, Oregon.
YOUIt no.tfi; INSTITUTION.
AT tiih olhctric tiihatru.
mid Sunday Ntgli ts
I6tb and I7lli
Extra! Special Feature!
Tho United States Military
Tournament, tho most spectacu
lar, exciting and interesting
motion pictures over produced.
Three full reels of "True Bluo
Yankee Doodle Boys," showing
Undo Sam's wonderful nrmy of
United States infantry, calvalry
and buttery in their spectnculnr,
warliko maneuvers. Exactly as
performed before tho military
congress and thousands of spec
tators at Toledo, Ohio, July 5th
to 10th. Now being shown
throughout America ns a record
breaking attraction. Eyory-
tmng intensoly thrilling.
Admission 25c and 15c.
We have a number of parties
anxious to purchase tracts of
from 1000 to 50,000 acres. See
us about it Randall, Passenger
Bluo printi of any township in
Burns Land District showing
name of entry man, date and kind
of entry, topography, etc., $1.00
each. Piatt T. Randall, Burns,
The entire stock of goods now
on display at the new store of
Hagoy & Richardson, is fresh
and now. Patrons may find al
most anything desired there.
Estrav-Oiio black marc 4
years old, hind legs white to hock,
crop cared. Brand K with tri
angle bar over and C with quar
ter circlo bar over on right stifle.
Owner prove property and pay
J. H. Anderson, Van, Ore.
John Reed, of Ontario, who
drove one of tho Ford nutos that
brought Mr. Burchard and party
over tho land grant inspection
tour last week, loft hero yester
day for home. They left one
machino hero when they started
on west, taking Mr. Hnnloy's in
stead. Mr. Reed went with the
party as far as Prineville and re
turned on the stage.
The Junior Class of tho. Har
ney County High School enter
tained tho Senior Class and the
fnculty at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Mothcrshead last night
Fnvors were in tho shape of
class pennants which were pre
sented to tho graduating clnss
and teachers. Hie prizes wore
pillow tops with high school
colors. Tho consolations wcro
smnll sterling silver pin pennants.
Tho first prizes wero won by
Geo. Marsden and Mildred Hurl
burt Light refreshments were
served. It was a most delight
ful party and nil enjoyed it immensely.
Ono roan mare, bald face with ,
white legs, aged about 14 years,
weight 1050 lbs. Brand bar over
D on loft hip. One bay mare
star in forehead 12 years old
weight 1100 brand quarter circle
on left hip. Have wintered for
mer maro two winters and latter
last winter. Owners call, prove
property, pay charges and take
BUY YOUR DRUGS at OUR STORE
We handle a complete line of everything
usually sold by up to dale druggists. It is
OUR AIM TO PLEASE
This we do by courteous treatment and
reasonable prices to al our customers
THE PLCf: TO GET
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon
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READ ABOUT THE
Mt Vernon Hot
tJ MJ MJ T 1 Tm CT i
Lunaburg1, Dalton & Co.
Stockmen and Farmers' Supplies
ALL HONORABLE COMPETITION MET
Tlioy nro located In tlio Ik-uuUIuI Jo ti
l).y Valloy, 2 n.ll.m norlh of Mt Wr-1
noti, and 1'J's, mllui Heslol Canyon City i J
In Grunt County, Oregon. Tlio vleva-
lion la 3700 fret nnd tlio cllnuUo In mild 1 1
throughout thoyear. Tho ' prints u hlrh I
furnlah water (or tho bath nnd nuliii-'
mint; pool flow 26,000 gallon por duy n( j
lih'hlv mlncrallii'd hotuatnrnf n torn-1
poraturo in the dlller. nt HprlntH of 100
to 13'.' F. Tht-ao aprings nro without
rival or conx)tion (or tho reason that
you can get tho water jnpt tho projnjr
totnporaturo (or bathing without artlll-1 5
clrtl heating or diluting with cold water' J
and thereby destroying tho mudioal pro-1 f
pertlcn. Theso aprlli(;(i havu hint co o
D. R. MOTE
NUXT DOOR '10 CAPITOL IJAKER SII0I'
Fresh Candy, Nuls, Cigars, and Tobacco
NEW LINE POST CARDS
Some Nice New Stationery
SAIOKERS ARE PARTICULARLY INVITED
Notice For I)M.
Scaled proposal for tho con
struction of n two story stono
building approximately 50x100
feci will bo received until Wed
nesday tho 20th day of April,
1910 to bo oponed nt 1 o'clock P.
M. on said day at tlio Masonic
ball in Durns, Oregon, by tho un
dersigned; nil bids to bo accom
panied with a certified check for
ntleastfivo por cent of bid; plans
and specifications may bo scon nt
First National Bank, Burns,
J. L. Gault
J. M. Dalton
Trustees, Burns Lodge No. 97
A. P. & A. M. Burns, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNI 1'Kli HTATKH LAND OKFIC1!,)
imriii, uri'Kuii, wurcii rj, iviu.i
Notice Uhorcliy alveii that tlio Btatoot Ora
Mix, ami acti mii)omaiiuI ami amaaiUtory
Any aim all perioni CUImlui mlvenelr th
ihoulil Itlo llielr atniUvltaol liroteit In tlili
nw iiuuiiraiion April 9, toio
J.u.t puMkatluii May H, 11)10.
unit I"" "l'"l In Oils oillco Ita application
Horlul No Uli0.il to avion), under the provliloai
ulllio Ait of UouaroM, appruvod AuKiut 1(,
Imiili clfiotltii'A.or dctlrlnz to object became
At tlio mlnaral cliaractor o! tlio lain, 01 for aur
OIHUI 1'iwuiti in inn uuiiuphi IU Iipill'Blll.
ilioulil Itlo llii'lr nniitivlmnf iirotril In thli
iilllco.on or bofuretuo viplratlon of I lm period
Nice Assortment of PipesNew No cities Coming.
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to public notlee or tlio renann mat tlioy
havo Juat been fitted up for tho comfort '
nnd bonollt of tho Invalid and thoao
Nature was the chvmlat whocoinpoiuU
oil tho vtaler which cores, and In her
labralory deep In tho myaterlen of tho
earth alio prepared thopo curative
wntcra; and thoau aulTerint; from rhvu
inntiam, gout, akin dlaente, kidney or
bladder trouble or any catarrhal condt.
tiou of the stomach find almost inaUnt
relief nnd In moat cane permanent euros
in from four to eight wckn.
Our chart:ea are reasonable, Comu
when you will winter or uiunmerjwo
oro aluaye opon and ready to woloomo
I 'or further Information udilrvaa,
. A. MURPHY, Proprietor
Mt. Vernon, Orcoog.
The Eastern Oregon
CIVIL, MUNICIPAL AND
Main Office, Burns, Oregon
A, O, rAUI.KNKK, ijr.
Branch Office, Lnkcvicw, Oregon
O. U. rAUl.KNt.il, M)tr.
is known by the harness he uses
A VAQXJEEO 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 & SOH
Harness an.d. Sa.d.d.les
Come in And Ash Abomi 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
tQaBHT ill JfHjt
You never saw anything like it before nothing like
it hns 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 windmilll 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 tree.
Ptimnlmtl Juno 1S.1BOB