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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1910)
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llIK'r,AlUlKST CIRCULATION or
tfYNKWBr-ArKU IN THIS COUNTY.
SATURDAY. JULY SO, 1910.
Local News. ,
load Schenk Bros. ad.
eet mo at the Mt. Vernon
ihn Terwilligor was over f rdm
till lino Butterick patterns
Georgia E. Pierce.
Keo. annmons was up irom
rrows this week.
Chicken dinner at the Bums
itel tomorrow, 50 cents.
lames Piric and Thos. HoWs.'er
re in the city Thursday.
those Panama hats at Schenk
s. are the proper things. . I
. .. .
born in tins city jury v, 10
and Mrs. Pruett, a son.
the best meal in Harney couti-
Ifor 26 cents at the Overland
John Carey and wife were
Fr from their Crane Creek
ie this week on a visit to ret-
Undies $3.00 shoes for $1.95 at
Busy Corner Store, tor
-, STATEMENT OF illE CONDITftftOfo J j . ,
.THEFlftST NATIONAL BANK-
at the close ofbiishlvaa June 30th, 1010
GU OeWI3 .A ..RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts
U. Spends,,, t,n
Bonds and Securities
, , Premium on ,U. ,. .Bqnds
Ueal Estate, 'Furniture and
flvop-crcWlfc'Rcdemption'Fuml 1,250.001 !
CnpiteJiX '' "0;o A
Surplus and .Undivided Prollts
$ 25,000.00 ,
i in r.in cA-
T. Forcior. wna over. from Jfnr,
'IJDjdthlnjt fjMMllia and cliilcl-l
Miss Joints Locker luis-iunio tci
Stord ,nre beauties.
United States Depositary
,'l' i "'" 4lml il
li "till 1 h
i I) 11
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hi i .
rliculars read the advertise-
' Clothes pressed and cleane
.. .. Schenk Bros.
Malheur, Tv,tt,-i-j 113 .1.
T I l1lfi.lf uinu lit! fv
S.i . i... u. II. jmm i, ...7 .,'
III ciikuivui , nuo .munis wit
hiesses in the water suit now
id atfi IteadfrhWisy Copier Steroid.
; Cremo for sulb by your grocer
Mays & Finch, paper hangers, '
A. M. Kelsay was over from
his SilVer Cl'eek nliicti 'Thursday.
1 1. Clark was up from Nar
.Tde Viinderpool was'in
II rWni-nfnivj fm-rincro nm'l t. Tie new breakfast lOOU -
and Furniture redressing, Cremo-a local product
?IRE INSURANCE AT COST
neof the strongest Mutilate! Pine,4 Dressmaking over
the state. See us about it. i Times-Herald office. Mrs. Geer-
nilnll Pntsspncpr A.. M.ilonnv !: -n n:n
. , hm u. i ic.. , Kellogg and wifo came in
T. Carey and wife came in Fred Barron and Chester Myer from outside points yesterday.
m L'rane creeK tms weeK wr n from Sunset on business
... ... i "-- -
Carey remaineu nere at the , (iurine thoiweek.. . -
le oi ner jiarents, iir. anu
uvron lerrn . . ' ... .. ...,. , .
X mini c n thu Hnmn Mntol IS wnnti ... . . i. l
xiiuiaii. U....V ..-...- i VVu mve a luinUcr 01 gOO(l
The Summit ''sjilrt dt Sclienk,
.1. CTeVcikKvas. i(p from Nar
rows this week. ( , ,
Summer and Fall Styles. , Mrs,
Georgiatl-iiipierce.' h.l ",
J. F. Malum is over from his
'A'fulerson Valley -homo; -
lliei Wliiiw,fmm 1Ki. FftSi ftflRll nt
"v'vs "j ".;,;;.. 7i .r ..
J. C. Welcomfc & Son'B.'
tabloTplncoJto hoSiol i
vA sqiiomk, tno inriner, wat
in Tuesday after supplies.
' Pflib IHiiiFbPliiifeh' truHlcra for
ladiem and gentlemen. Slienk
. ItefNDMrdCf .M
Addinglon in this city, July 29,
. Tako .chicken .djnner at the
I3urnsIlolcl. Sunday GO cents a
w. R. Dawson was in the city
Rtendajltej.wjtiji iflipmrinj? to
Ilia up some imy
25 foot business lot!
on Mnin.SL, Burns. ,C5ood,bui
CRdhtlemen. we nave all our
"spring and summer stock in,
Your-truM Schenk Bros.
, The personal allentipn given
KutSra at heuFi'Ji1chl Hotel has
givcii iUn gotwiii-eDUtalioojitL. B.
Culp, )Vtpn ,l!,oi)
MVvnto lQpim pamphlet giving
ri'JiiJll,))p,t9.Y Cjor Store ad.
Job printing- The Timos-IIerald
MfMvn'H vlothing l Tim Busy
'JameH (Jilbort was In (own
T.AlJ Hmn'iner Htijls
full imrticulara Jt'Kardiliir the
vvninvj un-fiuiu. . v y
Good, substantial, well cooked I week.
Huffman was up from
."i , ,',.,'
secondhand wheels for salp, or
rant. -Mays Finch, The Fxfirs.
Mrs. C. F. McKinney arrived) tiin hoarder likes
ic Sunday from an extended .. ... Vmnirn llnn.
Mt to various outside points. L .-.. 'tu: r,
;Spenta portion of hee,J3j'"
h linr onn Will nf Pnnflntrn i ' " " - " v - fc -" -
I We .are not superstitious butaUent;on is given to family
wo hnlipvn in Ritms. Mavs & :
lejiton spent last week fishing Finhf The F(-era( Tjocher IUdg. , ' n " , 1n ,. .
rnn liiiTon mp Knvn n . r uii OAi.r. xij i"-i v n;iniMMinn-
t "- "--- "- -.rj- V ...X . . . .. .
ek was sufficient as the mas- BafcrVth?HJDur-.yearyoi(i son'ment with cabin,, igotxi .weihoi.
r i . i.i. - ihif ...! i nn . -' A.h.A.ii m. i
Unas, wmiwn U,w iukiiik
carl) of his'Ht'cbnd enip of alfal
fa innd iwill rlinveN aj. goo
crop with ik,iHssiblya i
Mays & Finch left this inom
ingr Canyoydjrnjniand in
(eAncdinte poirtt5?Tney will d(
a lot of roadaigus wMcjcii route.
"1PTOU An cnrNCTo tkavkij,
IW tliv llariw) Count) N'ntlonnl ItimK
1 ' vtMj' hnt nlf.iilJntlf
.'Jil'S. , Tylun was among , our
Smipet visitorsi the flrst of Hub
''Mitys& Fitlch, Tho Fixei-s.'havo
rt'Bidyclo hospital hi the'oiiher
lUilldlnir. ' ' '
P Jf'tiU bn'ton and family are
"iff 'l V IIIUUIIIUIIIH HI UUllll
i- Dressmaking iarlors over Tho
Timea-IIorald ofiico. Mrs. Geor
gia E. Pierce.
Ernest St Clair is over from
Prairio City.as.a witness in tho
Woleomu'H special is a whip that
you cant. wear put. Call and sod
at the harness shop.
,lW'ANTiif)-If6rseshoer and nil
rfoiiMLfitcKAlrtith-W. W, )rh(-
(Water, Burns, Oregon.' '" ''
.'doicrcsiof good laud lying
along jiroposcd railroad route,1-,
8 per , acre. See A. F. B.
Wanted fi homesteaders to tile
on I land near placu whore work
can he had tit once. Impure at
1 Tile registered Jersey Bull op
C. M. Iluil'inan will again be at1
the Cortes- Elliott barn in this
city during this season,
ii. fti. isrown, real estate, lam
I6crtl0r, litis some buyers that
nlunn businbss and would like to
list a few more placed at reason-
11 Mrs." C. A. Hninos and children
Ask your jvowr for Cremo, tho
new break fast food.
break V'W mWtt, Wfitll
r)t v&nM:" " " """'' ' '
,jipnH .;.iepi)f)y and ., family
Worn,(Jnvi frorn, thir iarmdijr
JilK llKA.wmk ff,ii,,ii.,-,
''i'liit volyboat1 ncoommodaHons
nlay boobtullidd at tlio'Ovorlluiil
Hotel. Mhls SK'dcnt '"ln1
AfHf. '.' c tim'lmt'Mti
from her i,ini-h pear Silver Creek
il.f.." .'..' -l ' " i . .1 ' l"jn Infill
nun wi-i'n. iiaymg como
with Mr. anil Mi F. C.'
I ; i
'In (ill III
l M I I
iM I liWf 'l t
V I I'll
it66s were about as thick and of Mr. and.Mr?Ji:mmet Jteed, Water, 10() acVeVfenctd
-go ar any ordinary man could . is lU'wlth-typhoid feveriila'mild I nt this otlico.
tie with. I form. - pregj, Krocerje8 ,0f the . very
A. Mealev is back from the" Miss It. Neugebauer is located i hest brands and a complete new
t where he has been since j in the Jorgensen building south line of dry goods, furnishings,
it fall. Mr. Mealey lost his' Main St. anu is prepareu to no
fe last month and he has all kinds or dress maKing.
ught his children out to Idaho' Schenk Bros, do not have to
ere they remained with i Spml vour suit back to a Phila-
ends. He expects to spend i delphia lawyer for alteration.
winter in California. They are tailors and can do it
t the request of friens The, themselves.
nes-Herald has printed a, J. W. Burdick, E. E. Beede,
lantitv of netitions for nomina- i. m niann .1 I. .InckRon imrl
' ' . . . " ' " "- ,. i ,,,
n at the primary election. Mr. Rhodes were all over from Williams'" Bros. ' SiiW'liiillat
esc may be Had by any who tno Drewsey section Mbnday on i (vm Spring on the Canvon road
y desire them at reasonable iand business. 'K'KrM&rwf lb do custom work
t Nomination petitions must sayo ,.hoU 40 perl for those t de-irinjr , to take ad-
filed with the clerk by Sept 8 . . ,. . Matn-ma nnnilllv. I vnntnbV theirovefnment ner-
d must be circulated in a. cer- . . ., i nu ui:f Aln lnmhnr for sale at $12
. .1 r. flic lliouimiw ua i,iv. .... v.. . ..,.,-,- -- --- -----
n percentage of the precincts, ,.t r-, .... f c..iJ ..-,j4il,1Bifi fcrtn him5:nlout
ierefore candidates should not S.i d.. a Mninmu'l r..1,11.j..J
llay too long. iuhiuuii, '"M"' - ..w. cHBHymyiuy- , .-,
etc., may be found at Hnge'y &
Richardson's JTjiu pew stono
Will Robertson, son of John
Robertson, accidentally shot
himself in the toe last Tuesday
twhilo .handling. a.22icalibre pisj
anu. wnue namiui, not unuu.i.
, MesdatneaPp , Mt fiiiijpjr,wjjj
W. G. Bardwell, accompanied by
their daughteis, arrived home
irom a visit to MaHu-'urjoMunty.
They bought, jjon9t,qnyjj jfruit.
Mrs. W. S.'Squuuoej nudjiugh
ter of J. T. Conrad, took her de
parture Monday for her home at
Wallace Idaho, after a few
weeks visit here with her roja-
J. L. Cole, 'who1 is associated
have1 gone to the Mt. Vernon
springs to for an indeflnto time.
Tlioy went over in the auto.
J. I). Stewart and family
came over from Diamond Uifi!
wcok.amLhavUjleaijed tho Oyer
land'lio'tennirihg chr!rgo Tliiu-s-day
Say have you seen flint fine yt
(Jfnew 'whips just received AV
5 SPECIAkS 5
At ThBii0 fmere "
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY
Beginning Monday, Aug. 1.
30c. FANS FOR 15c.
.'HJ Ik'tiutiful funs, nicolj decorat
ed, Kd grade and very pretty.
Values up to .'10 centH.
Sale orice each ,,,'lOCi
$4.00 MEN'S SHOES $2.45,
ConsistH of broken lots, bnino
sizeH are missing. Valuen are
$.3.n, $:i.50MnU $'1j00a i ,
y i I I ' I fUfy JU
'ae price, per pair p44:D
Kin 1 1 '
$4.50 Tailor made skirts, $2.95
6.50 ii Jl.'f.- 5.BS
7.50 tt-crTT " J5.95
I lllll, 1 IK
i mini' i
ijn i jrl ' i
Exceptionally flood values; The skirts are made in the'laldst ,M'"1' "
styles and are strictly up to date-' Material is Panama cloth
Henrietta cloth and-stripcaJlpacp,. Colors are.Black, Navy
blue and Brown- Oiily 12 skirls in stock so call early if you
$2.50 Children's Shoes $1.45.
A good eliatico to get your boyH
and girlH n-ady foi; BChotd. Jieg-,
ular priei-H are $2.00, $'?$ dM l
Sale price, per puir n,
$3.00 LADIES SIWESJffy
Some good WAdfrarukilhH BllofiH.
;rnf6 sijcoH are misHing. Vahion
Sale price, per pair. pl"Q
with C. B. McConnel and otliers
project, arrived fe ronljay
from Vale, wheie ne.Jiari been
for sevend weeks. , 1 fv
Dr. J. W. Goaty isli)me from
a mounts trip to Outstdo points.
During his absence ho1 attended
the mcetjng of tho medical asso
ciation nt Pendluton visited in
Portland and points.
Mrs. Win Gowanand littlesons
came ju Sunday and will visit
Will visit relatives anu oiu menus
11 : . , i k yhi' a- t y-i t z - 'j ' Vkd a a- I t
THE BUSY CORNEUfSTORE, I SCHWARTZ, Prop)
i iini mrMftf T i i
will visit, lemuvutuum uiu iiiuiiu.i
Ui but win has been assigned the
clerkship in the Vale land ollice
and they will make their home
Manager Laurancc of the
Union Telephone Co. and Irving
Miller, the local real estate and
insurance man, have been over
to Vale and other Malheur coun
ty points this week. t'TheyjWwb
over in Mr. Lnifraiicu'A Irille
Buick and have had his- usual
display of$qur mirqraljj-esources
be included in tho colection to be
gatjiored, foritho GfV& JP,M3
cxhibltion'M.WS e& M-H
cdK. k Beetle hmfm foHc
tion of minerul BpcelinaWgutJier
ed in various nortions of the
country fira! InlghtlJo induced to
r: ib'jtfowwUof tlie tho 1ac-
i fi c Moun thjyx jpnoi.,of,,tln;, ... Jtai
magazines published, was here
(tly3 first 9fi this week, securing
material for alwiHielo op'theHr
sources of this section, Mr.
'irbwar'd'B mhiiiiino has a Kreat
circulatioti and, is. read mil over
tho world) therefore friA1 article
will1 1)6 VX 'mu6h' 'bt;nlflt' (o this
county in attracting'at'len'tlon to
it. rlidtPafciflbiiMortllllylfi "-tad
a,ni', WhWPfllW i Motion.
.Wvk'ome & Son har-
shoi)? They're the finest
eventful prices to suit
I 1 1 I Mil. I i I l IV
CluyC'Imeijs mill is the near
est one to Burns wliere all' kinds
of lumber both' ?ough and dress
ed' cart,, bo .had. Near Canyon
road. Call him by phone for
(jnick ouldrs. ' , , ,
I. U. Holland, and daughter
Gladys and Miss Helen Purlngton
arrived lioi Thursday aTte'r-
no'fln from a trip to Itoisd in thdir
now auto. The young ladies
state they had a fine time.
A" mail' tlil'lu"vanAvh'nceadd
i hIhij i i in "i
He did not know 'What 'shoes 16
' ' Hi'ooV, '( '
Ilo looWil around, at ail! Ui'e, sorts
Then gigo.MitK)iHH," sold by I.
Sherift' Richanlsop ai)d wife
and daughter Mi-h1 JoaThompson
arrived home Sunday 'evening.
They made the trip in too days
in'Mjr. 'tfclmidson's ii'ev Buiqk
car wljipk he purchased while
Hon., C. W. Pnrrish came over
froin Canyon City Tuesday in the
Dibble aula and will spend a fow
days in this city visiting. Mr.
Pnrrish1 is' in very good health
and llcagpd to be among old
miiiu jiu-ihh ju minis. i
i i ii
First REASON why a YOUNG1
MAN should carry a check;;,' ,', ' 7
ing account. . n.,.in
' ' ' I i ' ,. Mil ,
1 ' ' ' i ,i ..(Hi,
1,1 ill 1.1 ,11, ,
If you arc one of the 200 yoipr
should know that your money1
:,. CAT?nn : .. i i.a'Lii1
than anywhere else.
or nonNS, olLcol "
wfePl ...y...u.. '
jT'ia i-i"M.nw nL jnrtu
BY I '
10Mt PlOPLt , ,
the Mo if w wf, wih okegon'
Dr. IP M. Ilorton and wifo ar
rived homo Wednesday from
their outing trip to Portland and
the coast. During his absense
flf-JffirP $mml 'llW'tflttBK.
machinery toffagaln htnftW.niUl
anirtHelast Sf it is iRw 'tnVouTe
from the railroad. Tho mill will
be again in operation as soon iih
the machinery can bo installed.
Dr. and Mrs. were accompanied
homo by Mirvin Ilorton and Miss
Hiphjn Kjng, IMorvin has been
hasbeonworicW at La Grande,
but is now taking a vacation,
He will later take a position ns
pharmacist in some store.
' The entire stock of troods now
on display at the new store of
Iiagey & Richardson, is fresh
and new. Patrons may (ind-ab
most anything desired there.
I- C, Dibble left Thursday in
his auto for the springs over in
Grant county accompanied by his
wife and son and his mother.
They will spend a fow days at
''I cannot afford to carry lire
iasuranco the rates arc too high"
cannot bo said of the Horticultur
al Fire Relief. Let us figure
with you. Randall, Passenger &,
John D. Daly is hero from
home in Boise to attend the 1
ular iinarterlv meeting of the
officers of t(io First National
Binl?, Vice-President Hapjes is
tip, from Naraows for the saino
Ipurppso, ,Mr. Daly will leave
fa' lo. tomorrow.
Frank Heniz and family are
again with relatives and old
tiniu friends in this county.
They have been living in Cali
fornia but went east early this
this sprhig to visit relatives and
came back this wuy. Mr. Heniz
thinks they wil icturn to Cal
ifornia agpln as his wife has bet-
iyr luunp mere. ;
A Salem paper says D. WvicA
Yoder was given a surprise at
pilverton the other evening by
luivinjj the local Odd Fellow
lodge prospnt him with a beauti
ful yuu'lfir ceptury membership
pinr'JiIbiis u handsomq' souvenir
additio'dpudt'dly appreciated by
PpfJpjler whp is devotqd to
ThojM,' fi, Jordon iy rtinch
Cojjsjjjjinj? of (Ml) acres neai
t4VVqn,.wa3 sold by H. M. Brown
thfjwreal ostate man, to It, II.
lcooVt'y,''SiOIlt rriYal -from
Seattll TliU'cdnsldorntlon was
K'm out at $18,000. Mr.
BjeftBJjJH a practical fartppr
With sufficient means to develop
thO place and it is his intention
teitjmtMiUJnte, 'grain and tamA
hTneJ)renyeman also traded
his .f.l0() ante for'IGO acres of,
ir y9n ap thinking of niaking
a fji'jij o tho mountains, any time
tliisummei', tq giyo your wifo
lijl!filui)y ft ohanco to rest and
regain their hoRlth. do not over
Ibdlc: the faqtfctimt at tho Mty
Vorhon Hot Springs in Granffl
Couhti)',, Orogon, ' you Will go?
moi'6 pleasure for your money
mid regain more health thanjit,
wJtlFur;trgsdrt in' Oregfltf
Homer Reed and family expects
to leave next week for Kansas
City, M issotn f to visit a few weeks
with relatives. Tliey may be
accompanied by B. N. Jameson
wno iuw goes to renew acquain
tance and visit the scenes of
nil '" ', i I I I1 ' '
Clianjfed hands! Changed
hands! Clwin 'em up, slick 'em
up! The Rod Front Feed and
Salo Stable. Scotty Glenn, prop.
iVuloH kept and washed. Horses
and rigs bought. -ind sold. Con
tract hf uling and dray work a
specialty. Coma ono como nil
everybody welcome. New hay.
Special rales to freighters.
The1 outing party consisting of
Hunry Dnlton nud wife, Chester
Dal top and wife, Ruby and
Helene Dnlton, Misses Alice
$weok. Mjra King- and Tom
Sogers arrived home from the
mountains last Wednesday. They
had boon gone for three weeks
and enjoyed ivery hour of it with
plenty of 1'ish and other good
tilings to i at "" "
BUY YOUR DRUGS atOURSTORB
We handle a complete line of everything
usually sold by up to date druggists. Itjs
OUR AIM TO PLEASE
This we do by courteous treatment and
reasonable prices to(al our customers
THE PLAO TO GET
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon,
akoininIlnn wh iiUjKinds
Callsfjfftmptly atl'ended to
COttfillbTArfON FllEE '
i K M ANnDRCCAN- !
"" "- v'Vv
into our now huildinj? and in order
to avoir! tiaiiMforring our iiniuenw
Stock of General merchandise
We Will Make Great Sacrifices
Our stock comprisos neurl' every
thing used for man or beabt. Tho
quality is tho best in the hind; our
prices are right; our treatment, is
alike to all, every day, and nil Hie
time. Faults we have to be sure
but who hasn't?
I Lunaburg, Dalton & Co. f
Write for; a pamphlet glvinj full
Over Tho Thmvlioruld Ollice
Mns. Gi:oillA H.
The WaShiiigloH Restaurant
wono IJ'L', j'nS&IJf !
Un siairs ucr tliCapitoialpnn '
The bill of -fare iuchnica' "pvl-b--1
tiling tho iiiurKuLall'uixU, Short
MOTE'S CANDY STOKE
lias just rcctheda frcsli tot of
(lards, stationery, fnk, 1
Pons, PouoiNi sIpv'olljeH,
A SPnCIAl.lV.ilF II0. CANDY RXTKA
Kino assortment uf VVvt,'Ullng
; kixx V " l .;
The Eastern Oregon1
Engineering Co." '
I ' CIVlf., MONICII'Al;' ANU ' ,
Main Qa Hiirn Oregon i."
OrancliiOnUo, LhkeViw,J Oregoit
is known by the harness he uses,
A VAQUEKO by the saddle he rides.
Eyere horseman should have the
best, both as to quality and prices
You can get highest quality
and lowest prices at
J. C. WELCOME & SOH '
,,Thc MprRhant tailors
1 Mil ! I llllll l
I- ".) illl
All Summer Suits
:H7 i)ivAi3iri&,!At m
do for you
, I ' ' . I lilt ' I .1 )UlJl
The Merchant Tailors
t In ii few week.s weeks we will movo '