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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1911)
l.AHOKBT CtHOUI.ATION OF
KWBrArKH IN TIUB COUNTY.
tuKVAY. JANUAKY 14,1911.
wo can alciul ride.
'rod Benjnmin at Schcnk
ttorick Patterns at Lunn-
Dalton & Co.
Tyler was up from Sunset
hi tho weok.
! F. Williams and wifo are
from an extended visit in
to Reed, well broken work
i for sale. Inquiro at this
liter Cross is down from
creek on a visit to his wifo
ittlo Kranucmmrcn. .
c snow storm of this week
timely and will help to make
is ana Dctter rniiKo noxi
lie E. B. Reed & Son srocery
ireceived n now consignment
inmcrcs. lemons, cocoanuts,
berries and creamery butter.
west prices ever quoted in
us, nt the
BIG REMOVAL SALE
lie Busy Corner Store.
nk Catterson was up from
,:nvcn home durinR this
k. Ho informs us his fnther-
iw. John Leake, is spending
winter in Michigan.
hurch services tomorrow will
t the Presbyterian church,
. Mr. Irving preaching both
ning nnct evening, uom
MAS' JjCnOOlS Will meet ill lliuir
icctive churches at 10 o'clock.
n operation for varicose veins
performed on L. E. Reed,
irsday afternoon by Drs.
den & Griffith. It was a
satisfactory operation and
patient is improving rapidly.
he Prineville Fair Associa-
has decided to hold no spring
t as it detracts from interests
he fall fair. That is right
further, the interior fair
,rds should arrange a circuit
bet dates that will not con
st They should also give
v attention to harness races.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of tho close of business January 7th, 1011
Loans and Discounts $271,290.01
U. S. BondB 50,000.00
Bonds and Securities r5,H87.73
Premium on U. S; Bonds 2,000.00
Real Estnto, Furniture nnd Fixtures G.000.00
Five por cont Redomption Fund 1,250.00
Surplus and Undivided Proflta 52,090.43
Capital : Surplus : $70,000.00
United States Depositary
Winter suits 25 per cent oft at
Job printing Tho Times-Herald
Chop bnrley nt E. B. Reed &
Tlin Hnmn TTntnl 10 flio Pnnlflr. bOll 8.
tablo place to board. . Joo Clark was down from Har-
Tho Into fall of snow hnsiimdo'ncy yesterday,
hauling nnd travel more convon- Alteration Free. 25 per cent
ient . olf nt Schcnk Bros.
It is reported tho snow fall at Mrs. Fred Clingan is up from
Lawen is about 15 inches twice the homestead on a visit
as much as here. , city e,eclion fa noUnV (Ust.mt
Earl Elliott is in from tho P. i and if we arc going to 'Uike up
C. Petersen sheep ranch on a water works, etc., it is time to
visit to his family. get busy.
$5.00 John B. Stetson Hats for Tho personal attention given
$3.85 during tho .guests at tho French Hotel has
BIG REMOVAL SALE I K'vcn ifc n Kl1 reputation-L. B.
at Tho Busy Corner Store, j Culn, Prop.
Miss Edna Fine is homo from The reports of our banks.
Portland where sho had been at-! which appear in this issue nru
tonding school. She had been 'very creditablo for mid-winter
absent for more than a year. showing.
E. C. Eggleston, local repre- BIG REMOVAL SALE
sentative of the Oregon Life, has ,t the Busy Corner Store,
been distributing some neat, ser- READ EVERY WORD
vicblo calendars among tho busi-. of tho big ad. of Tho Busy Cor
ness men of Burns. nor Store.
Fresh bacon hams and lard at
E. B. Reed & Sons.
25 por cont olf, Alteration Freo
at Sclionlc Bros.
Harry and Martin Buck wore
up from Lawen during tho week.
Win. Hnrvoy, tho Lnkoviow
horso buyer, is hero making pur-
Tho French Hotel serves a
flno Sunday dinner nnd special
nttontion is given to family
W. II. Howard, tho Drewsey
stockman, was circulating among
his many friends in Burns this
All goods at tho Hagoy &
Richardson general merchandise
Btoro nro now nnd up to dnlc.
Good values In ovory purchase
L. Woldenborg, ono of tho pro
prietors of tho C. C. C. Co., ac
companied by his wife, returned
from n hiiflinosa trin to Baker
last Monday. -Bluo Mt Eagle.
Estkaykd Ono two yenrold
gelding branded on loft should
er at my place. Plenso call pay
charges and tnko tho same.
Ciias. II. Davis, Harney, Ore.
Ben Cozml was in from Silvies
for a few days and loft on his
return Monday accompanied by
his mother nnd Mrs. Geo. Hngny
who were returning to their
homes in Canyon after a visit
with relatives bore.
I Mrs. Irving Miller took her
i departure last Sunday in Com
j puny with her father for a visit
' to relatives. Sho bought off the
newspaper man last week in
(order lo surprise her mother who
is spending the winter in Douglas
Tho plaster necessary for the
completion of tho now Masonic
building was received yesterday
after a long delay. This will
enablo Contractor Smith to
finish his work in a short time
and tho second lloor of tho build
ing put to use.
The bnll given by the Indies of
tho Eastern Star last night at the
new Masonic building was a very
successful and cnjoyoblo social
afTair. There was u largo atten
dance, tho music fino nnd the
floor in good shape. Tho Indies
served a fine supper that brought
forth much praise and favorable
comment from tho guests.
25 por cont off, alteration Freo
nt Schcnk Brothers.
Hnvo you listed your land yot7
Sco Irving Miller before you do.
Fok Runt Neat 3-room cot
tngo nnd barn. Inquiro at this
. . w. norm uih moved nis
law olllco into tho C. II. Voegtly
Hnirov & Richardson and W.
E. Huston hnvo joined
25 per cent off on all winter
suits at Schcnk Bros.
A. W. Hurlburt and wifo wero
visiting relntlvcs in this city
during tho week.
A now' lino of dry goods, fur
nishings, shoes, hatu, etc. can
always bo found nt Hagoy &
Dr. II. Donman was up from
Harrimnn a fow days this week
to attend tho meeting of the
Hnrnoy Valley Oil and Gns Co.
MIbs K. Neugcbauer Is located
in tho Jorgenson building south
Main St and is prepared U do
nil kinds of dress mnking.
Roports from Portland Btatc
that tho Commercial Club Is re
ceiving largo numbers of Inquiries
from Eastern people who dcslro
to come west, and a great Influx
is promised this season.
Tho Good Roads Association of
this stato have named commit
tees in each county of tho state
to assist in securing favorable
consideration of tho good roads
bills. Harney county's repre
sentatives aro Archie McGownn
and C. II. Leonard.
Captain Clay Camp. No. 8 U.
S. War Veterans, held a public
installation of officers in tho Odd
Fellow imnquct room tho other
night at which tho G. A. It.
veterans were the guests. The
snmo officers wero installed as at
its inception and a fino banquet
followed tho ceremonies.
John Torwilllger was in tho
Furnished rooms, Plain Sewing
MitH. Doha Lkstuu, Bums, Or.
See tho Inland Empire Real
ty Co. If you have anything for
sale or exchange.
The Burns Flour Milling Co.
will puy 24 cents per pound for
n tho 0 wheat or bai ley.
I J. C. Turncy enmo In from
Boise to attend tho annual meet
ing of tho Harney Valley Oil &
Bluo prints of any township in
Bums Land District, showing
name of cnlrymnn, datound kind
of entry, topography, etc., $1.00
each. Piatt T. Randall, Buhib,
JcfT Cnwlflcld and Denn Horton
wero among Ihnso to return this
week from Portland whero they
wero witnesses in the federal
court in tho case against Claude
Smyth to cancel patent to some
Is tho tltlo good to that pro
perty you are thinking of pur
chasing? An abstract shows the
record as it may appear, and it
is your duty to know tho grant
Harney County Abstract Co.,
Inc., Archie McGownn, Pros, and
Mgr., Burns, Ore.
Tho Boz moving picture show
is growing in popularity under
tho new management It is well
patronized and deserves it Carl
Welker is playing the piano dur
ing the ovening performances
and D. A. "Buster" Cawlfield is
singing tho illustrated songs
both good drawing cares and help
mako the pictures a decided success.
Report of the condition of The Harney County
National Bank at Burns, Oregon, rendered to
the Comptroller of Currency January 7, 1911.
that its merit
will justify us
Loans, and Discounts $199,152.15
U. S. Bonds and Pre
Othor Bonds and
County Warrant. . . 80, 267. 59
Furniture andFixtures 3,703.77
Capital Stock $ 26,000.00
Surplus and Profits.. 15,740.97
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL
YOUR HOME INSTITUTION
Spcculation is being indulged
nt tho Merchants exchange as to
tho whereabouts of Norman Jor-
To biiv that tho removal salcof idan. messenger at that Institu-
Thc Busy Corner Store is a gi
gantic success, is to draw it
mildly. Alrendy several lines
have been completely sold out
nnd every lino is showing Bigns
of good judgment displayed by
Harney county's discriminating
people. Tho writer would ndviso
evcryono to attend this sale ns
soon ns possible and not miss an
opiwrtunity that comes but
tion. who has been absent from
hiB duties since Mondny morning,
when he failed to show up for
work as usual. Ono theory is
that he has acquired a desire to
go to sea, from having been on
tho docks a good deal, and has
Bhippcd on one of the outgoing
grain vessels. Oregon Journal.
Norman is the youngest son of
F. M. Jordan by his first wife
nnd was born in Burns.
THE WELCOME PHARMACY
I J YEARS experience In the Drug Husl-
ness. We have no dead s'ock Oi r
tj goods are clean and new. When you b::j
your drugs from us you can rest assured Urn
they are pure, fresh and will have the effect b
whlclJ your doctor aesires. you can aiso
find new and up to oate Stationery, Fr- sh
Candies, Domest ic and Imported Cigars, Rub
ber Goods, Fancy Soaps, Pipe.., Etc.
, STA TinNKRY 1
Estrayed Ono bay mare
about 10 years old weight 1000.
Branded wagon wrench onjleft
stifle and anchor II on left jnw.
Came to my place last May.
Owner call prove property and
B. F. Campbell,
F. O. DataRD A. O. Faduc
Formerly Ant. Eniloter formtr'y rhl E
In U. B. RecLm.tlon Btr glnwr o' tlol.r i.
Tic. Wtiltrn By.
Eastern Oregon Engineering
CIVIL AND IRRIGATION ENGINEERS
Prices cut on everything except
liKOCCRIES, W FERNS,
OVI RALLS nnd
Ten per cent discount on
RUBBEK BOOTS and SilOES
THE BU5Y CORNER STORE
Prices cut on everything except
70 Boxes Fine Stationery
Regular Price 65c
DURING THIS SALE
75c Serge per yard 300
75c Panama Cloth.
$1.50 Sorgo, per yard.
75c Mohair Jlops, per yard S5C
50c Eiderdown, per yard 3SO
$1 .25 Henrietta Cloth, per yard S5c
$1.05 Broadcloth, per yard 331.25
75c Taffeta Silk, per yard g5c
75c Albatross Cloth, per yard 55c
READ THIS CAREFULLY!!
THERE ARE SOME NEW PRICES MENTIONED THIS WEEK
Save Last Week's Paper All Prices Quoted In It Are Good Throughout January
No Trading Stamps Given During This Sale. No Sale Goods Will Be Exchanged No Sale Goods Sent Out On Approval.
20 Per Cent. Discount On Any Article Not Mentioned In This Ad.
PRICES ARE FOR STRICTLY CASH.
DURING THIS SALE
15c Percales, per yard C
15c Daisy Cloth, per yard , 1 1r
15c Flannellettes, per yard c
'10c Figured Satteens, per yard "2.HlC,
15c Organdies, per yard 1 1 C
20c Figured Dotted Suisse, per yard. . . cq
20c Suiting, por yard 1 K C
20c Beaver Waisting, per yard I Sy,
" '" I.r ! .. ..II I 'I
35c Flnnncl Shirting, per yard .... 2C
$18.00 Coats : $H,S5
$15.00 Coat :
$L2.00 Coat :
$0.00 Coat :
2 for 25 cents
MJ?N 'S UjN D E RW EAR
$1.50 Giinnoiita : $1,05
$1.75 Garments : $1,20
$2.00 Garments : $1,4Q
CotUn Und e r w car
Fleece - Lined Underwear
WHITE GOODS SECTION
1 0c Muslin, por yard
12J4MuHlin, por yard
15c Muslin, por yard
l(5c Lonadalo Cambric
$1.00 ShcotH, 72x90, each.
25c Pillow Cases, l5xaqoacli...
20c Dimity, por yard
24-inch Whito Diaper Cloth, (t n fC
$1..M5 piece oil 0 yards vp I iUO
200 Dressed Dolls, 50c values, 10c
CIIINAWAllE, DOLLS and TOYS, Olie-Tllird Off
MEN'S and WOMEN'S
WEA TER COA1S
Ladies' Underwear One-Fourth Off
Hosiery JSL Reduced One Fourth
Our Ht.ock of Shoes iB undoubtedly tho Best
and Largest in Hums; the prices nro cut.
$5.00 Shoos for.
$1.50 Shoes for,
$-1.00 Shoos for.
$J1.50 Shoos for.
$11.00 Shoes for.
$2.50 Shoes for,
$2.00 Shoes for.
MEN'S OVKUCOATS ONE -TIHKD OFF
WOMEN'S and MISSES' COATS ONE-THIRD OFF
This StoreJDloses at 6 O'clock
Every Evening Except Saturday
SCHAFFNER & MARX
Tho Best Made. Prices cut.
$25.0 0 Suits for $g35
$2350 Suits for $17.15
$22.50 Suits for $16.35
$12.50 Suits for $ 5
$15.00 Suits' for $ 95
$18.00 Suits for $H,65
$22.50 Suits for $14.65
$5.00 Stotson Hats $3,$$
$3.50 Conquorora 09 KZ
$2.00 Harold Huts $1,4$
$20.00 Suits for
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