The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, January 21, 1911, Image 3

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"iiUBS-Jerald.
?K I.A110SBT CIRCULATION OF
' NKWBPAPEH IN TI11B COUNTY.
LtURDAY. JANUAUVai.HH.
Local News.
llfred Benjamin at Schcnk
luttcrick Patterns at Lunn-
Dnlton & Co.
Ira. N. A. Dibble is suffering
1 inflammatory rheumatism.
Iokn Sunday, .inn. lb, to air.
Walter Clark at Lawen a
Kilter.
owest prices over quoted in
his, at the
I WIG REMOVAL SALE
ITlio Busy Corner Store.
loiner A. lJonman was ncrc
hrsday making proof on his
liestend. Ho expects to leave
few weeks for a visit to his
flier in Iowa.
Manager Laurence of the tele-
one line is out on a tour of m-
Iction from Lawen to Din-
bid and the P ranch. Ho is ex
ited back the first of next
Pk.
Bam Motnersucau nnu u. o.
hegan will leave for Portland
sorrow. They go to secure
tessary uooks lor meir au-
icting business. Mr. Done-
w ill extend his trip to Cah-
nin points.
hie Times-Herald is in receipt
Information to tho effect that
lie Harkey-Evnns was married
llobt. M. DeVesher in Colusa,
lifornia, on January 14, at the
bslnterian narsonnge in that
Ice. Mr. DeVesher has been
frineer at the Cooks Springs
Itling works. The bride has
tiy old time school friends in
; county nnd is a daughter of
s. II. L. Harkoy.
County Judge Thompson is in
rtland attending the conven
or the county courts of the
Ite. A Portland paper suites
It the convention indorsed the
Kood road bills introduced in
legislature without a dissent-
vote. That's some mdorse-
Int and should have some
light with the legislature. Fact
there never was any doubt of
bills passing.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BURNS, OREGON
at tho close of bminvsH Janmru 7th, 11)11
RESOURCES
Loans nnd Discounts .. $871,200.01
U.S. Bonds fiO.000.00
Bonds nnd Securities .. G5.iJ87.73
Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000.00
Real Estato, Furniture- and Fixtures (5,000.00
Fivo per cent Redemption Fund 1,260.00
CASH 90,200.85
LIABILITIES
Capital
Surplus nnd Undivided Profits
Circulation
DEPOSITS '
$.lffi, 728.02
$ 26,000.00
. 68.006.-U)
an, ooo. oo
.17.1,032.19
$.170,723.02
Capital : Surplus : S70,000.00
v United States Deposit org
$
Accounts Invited
Winter suits 25 per cent off at
Schenk Bros.
Tho Home Hotel is the comfor
tablo place to board.
Miss Hnttio Helm, wan up from
Harriman Wednesday making
proof on her homestead.
$5.00 John B. Stetson Hats for
$3.85 during tho
BIG REMOVAL SALE
at Tho Busy Corner Store.
Blue prints of any township in
Burns Land District, showing
name of entryman date and kind
of entry, topography, etc, $1.00
each. Piatt T. Randall, Burns,
Ore.
Estrayed One milch cow
dark red, branded with pipo on
left hip, also J. B. on same leg
further down. Sucking calf red
and white spotted with J. B.
branded on left leg. Also year
ling, bald face, red, same brand.
Notify John Back of Burns, nnd
ho will get animals and pay
charges.
Allen Jonoe is home from Port
land. Chop barley nt 13. B. Reed &
Son's.
Alteration Free. 26 per cent
off at Schonk Bros.
John Wlntonneh' and Chas.
Owen wore down from Silviw
during tho week.
A fine now lot Of drtod fruits
have beon added to the slock at
lleod'i Grocery Store.
The personal attention given
guests at tho Fronch Hotel lias
given it a good reputation I B.
Cub, Prop.
Sheriff Richardson has pur
chased tho M. F. William resi
dence property in south Bums.
Mr. mid Mrs. Sam Mtekle will
occupy it.
BIG REMOVAL SALE
nt the Busy Corner Store.
READ EVERY WORD
of the big ad. of The Busy Cor
ner Store.
25 per cent off, Alteration Free
at Schonk Bros.
Clins. Roper and wifo wore
down from Harney Monday tho
guests of friends.
Tho French Ilotol servos a
fluo Sunday dinner and special
attention is given to family
norvlcu.
Keep the Band Boys' Grand
Mask Ball in mind. It in noxt
Friday night, Jan. 27, in tho now
Masonic building. '
Roswoll Hamilton, Hon of Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. Hnmilton of this
city, has charge of tho Grace &
Bodinaon durg storo at Baker.
The bnukot ball game last
night between tho high school
nnd town boys resulted in a vic
tory lor uionigimcnooi, zi 10 ijj.
All gooda at tho Hngoy &
Richardson general merchandise
storo aro now and up to date.
Good values in every purchase.
1 CIuib. Kaiser has been carry
ing one eye in a sling for sovcrnl
(days caused by becoming snow
blind while out after cattle for
tho butcher shop. Ho has suf
fered considerable pain but is
improving.
1 Tho band boys have arranged
to givo a grand masked ball in
the now Masonic building on next
Friday evening. This will bo the
last dance given in tho building
as Mr. Schwartz expects to be
gin placing the shelving, count
ors and other paraphernalia in
place soon.
, Among the bills introduced in
tho legislature by Representative
Brooke is one increasing thoslnto
appropriation to Baker, Mal
heur and llari'ey county fairs
from $7fi0.00 to $1,000.00, So
far as thu writer knows there
was no request for such nn ad
ditional appropriation for Har
ney county. However, the ex
tra would be very acceptable and
can bo used to an advantage.
Tho Orogoninn has libeled one
of our prominent citizens. In
a "personal" published last Sun
day it 1ms a list of a dozen Har
ney county citizens with but three
of the names spoiled correctly.
While the other boys have a kick,
M. Schonk of the Merchants
Taioler establishment, has a
KrieviunCe worth money. Tho
idea of calling a Dutchman"Miko
Shanty." That's tho limit
Job prinling-Tho Times-Herald
25 nor cent off. alteration Frco
nt Sulienk Brothers.
Have you listed your land yet?
See Irving Miller boforo you do.
Foil Ri:NTNoat 3-room cot
tage and barn. Inquire at this
ofllco.
Geo. James has been down
from his farm a few days on a
visit to his family.
Ilagey & Richardson nnd W,
13. Huston hnvo joined in tho (5
o'clock closing.
Have you arranRcd your cos
tume for the Mnsk Ball to bo
given next Friday night by tho
Band Boys?
A now lino of dry goods, fur
nishings, shoes, hats, etc. can
always bo found at Hagoy &
Richardson's.
There is going to bo a mnsk
ball at Narrows on February 10.
Posters announcing particulars
will bo out early next week.
Miss K. Neugebauer is located
in Uio Jorgenson building bouUi
Main St. and is prepnred to do
all kinds of dress making.
A. 13. Murphy camo over from
his Iron Mountain- land holdings
the first of this week and left
Wednesday for Seattle. Ho will
bo joined by Mrs. Murphy and
togother they will go to Califor
nia for a short visit.
To say that the removal saloof
Tho Busy Corner Storo Is a gi
gantic success, is to draw it
mildly. Already several lines
have beon completely sold out,
and every lino is showing signs
of good judgment displayed by J
Harney county's discriminating
people, Tho writer would advise
everyone to attend this Bale as
soon as possible and not miss nn
opportunity that comes but
rnroly.
R. J. McKinnon is homo from
Idaho whero ho went to recover
tho team stolon bv G. W. Tice.
Ho brought back tho team but
had to bring, action in tho pro
bate court and was decided
against in that court. Ho ap
pealed to the circuit court nnd
was required to put up a bond
boforo lie was allowed to bring
tho team back. Mr. McKinnon
will now have to return there nt
the term of the circuit court to
fight the case.
25 por cent off on all winter
Bulls nt Schenk- Bros.
Furnished rooms, Plain Sowing
Miib. Doha Ia'htv.u, Burns, Or.
Two good, well broken work
marcH for sale. Inquire at this
office.
, See tho Inland Empire Real
ty Co. if you have anything for
sale or'exchango.
A half hoarled "ehinook" wind
hns in ado inroads on our supply
of snow this week.
Tho BuniB Flour Milling Co.
will pay 2i centi) per pound for
wheat or barley. i
Besides having some fun you
will be helping tho farmer and '
tho country in general by taking
part in in the rabbit drive ar
ranged for next Saturday.
Is the title good to that pro
perly you aro thinking of pur-1
chasing? An abstract shows the
record as it may appenr, and it
is your duly to know tho grant-'
or's title.
Harney County Abstract Co., i
Inc., Archie McGowan, Pres. and'
Mgr., Burns, Ore.
Foil Sam: Land Scrip. Cnn
bo used to locate any Govern
ment land open to homestead
entry; secures title without any
residence; fully guaranteed.
For price, write or wire.
L. W. Huiiiii'.u,.
Springfield, Missouri.
Tho annual meeting of .the
stockholders of the Harney
County National Bank of Burns,
was held at its banking house on
the loth instant and ttie same
board of directors and officers
were re-elected The progress
made by the bank, during the
p:tst year has been most gratify
ing. Tho resources of this insti
tution nre now over $400,000 00.
The manager of this paper
spent an enjoyable hour yester
day visiting with "Grandma"
Haskell, that lovely elderly pio
neer woman who is "Grandma',
to everybody. She was eighty
seven years old last November
but retains her mental faculties
well, having good eyesight and
able to read, thread her needle
and writo letters. She has been
a constant subscriber to this
paper since the first copy was
printed and has a grandmotherly
affection for the writer that he
truly appreciates.
THRIFTY
HABITS
Such as all
Successful
People have
Are cultivated
And encouraged
By a Bank Account.
You should save
Money.
When placed in
A secure progressive
Bank like this,
Your Savings Grow
In our Savings Department
HARNEY COUNTY
NATIONAL BANK
Your Home Institution.
RESOURCES over $4 00, 000. 00
-"DRUGS'
THE WELCOME PHARA1ACY
YEARS experience in the Drug FSusi-
ness. We have no dead stock Our
V) goods are clean and new. When you buy
your drugs from us you can rest assured that j
! they are pine, fresh and will have the effect ta
which your doctor desires. You can also gs
find new and up to date Stationery, Fresh
Candies, Domestic and Imported Cigars, Rub
ber Goods, Fancy Soaps, Pipes, Etc
STA TIONER 1
Estkayed One bay mare
about 10 years old weight 1000.
Branded wagon wrench on loft
stifle and anchor II on left jaw.
Came to my place last .May.
Owner call prove property and
pay charges.
B. F. CamI'MULL.
Burns, Ore.
P. O. DtiLAim A. O. Faulknem
Formerlr Ami Unclneer Formerly Chief Ei
In V. S. IU'C')omtloii Nsr KlOMr ui Ilol A
vice. WcrtiruKj
Eastern Oregon Engineering
Company
CIVIL AND IRRIGATION ENGINEERS
Barns, Oregon
Job Printing-
IVices cut on everything except
(iROCUIIiiS, IMNLWfc,
OUMLLSnnil
HOLEPROOF HOSIERY
Ten per cent discount on
RUBBER BOOTS and SHOES
I H rJl LSY LC 3bi
SALE
NER STOR
DURING THIS SALE
75c Serge per yard 5QC
35c
7fic Panama Cloth.
$1.50 Serge, per yard.
$L03
75e Mohair Heps, por yard.
3So
50o Eiderdown, per yard.
3So
$1.25 Henrietta Cloth, por yard QSc
$1.05 Broadcloth, por yard.
..$1.25
75c Taffeta Silk, per yard.
55c
75c Albatross Cloth, per yard.
55c
IS CAREFULLY!!
Prices cut on everything except
GKtflLRILS, PATTERNS,
OVERALLS and
HOLEPROOF HOSIERY
70 Boxes Fine Stationery
10c each
Regular Price 65c
THERE ARE SOME NEW PRICES MENTIONED THIS WEEK
Save Last Week's PaperAll Prices Quoted In It Are Good Throughout January
No Trading Stamps Given During This Sale. No Sale Goods Will lie Exchanged. No Sale Goods Sent Out On Approval.
20 Per Cent, Discount On Any Article Wot Mentioned In This Ad.
E FOR STRICTLY CASH,
DURING THIS SALE
15c Percales, per yard .
IIC
15c Daisy Cloth, per yard
J He
15c Flanncllettes, per yard.
lie
10c Figured Satteens, per yard.
27ic
15c Organdies, per yard
20c Figured Doited Suisse, per yard. .
lie
15C
20c Suiting, por yard. .
20c Beaver Waisting, per yard .
15C
15c
35c Flannel Shirting, per yard.
25C
WOMEN'S COATS
$1 8.00 Coats : $11.65
SlB.OOCoat : $9.75
$152.00 Coat : : $7.75"
$10.00 Ooutj j $665
$0.00 Coat : :$4.Q0
LINEN COLLARS
2 for 25 cents
M E N 'S UiN D ERW E A R
-WOOL-PRICES CUT.
$1.50 aiirinonts : $1.05
$1.75 0nrmoiitH : $1.20
$12.00 (larniontH : $1.40
Cotton Underwear
Fleece - Lined Underwear
One-Third Off
WHITE GOODS SECTION
10c Muslin, por yard II Q
12Jc Muslin, por yard Qq
15c MiiHlin, por yard p(j
1(Jc LonHdalo Cnmbrio ?. B OIq
$1.00 ShootH, 72x00, wioli
2f3c Pillow Ciihoh, 'irxH07Wioli
C
!5c
20c Dimity, pur yard
2'1-inch Wliito Diapor Cloth,
$l..lf pieco of 10 yardH
SSto.0e-"27Wrd Off
EXTRA SPECIALS HI
200 Dressed Dolls, 50c values, 10c
CMNAWARE, DOLLS and TOYS, OllC-Third Off
SSSf's : One-Four Off
Sweaters : : : One-Third Off
Ladies' Underwear One-Fourth Off
Hosiery iSSSZSLr Reduced One Fourth
SHOE SECTION
Our Mtock of SIioch 'ih undoubtedly tho I lest
and Largest in Huimih; the prices are cut.
$5.00 Shoes for.
$-1.50 Shoes for.
$1.00 Shoes for.
$51.50 Shoes for.
$;i.OO Shoes for.
$2.50 Shoes for.
$2.00 Shoes for.
$3.75
$3.40
$2.95
$2.60
$2.30
$1.90
$1.45
MEN'S OVERCOATS ONE-THIRD OFF
WOMEN'S nnd MISSES' COATS ONE-THIRD OFF
2. Schwartz
PROPRIETOR.
Thi
is Store Closes at 6 O'clock
Every Evening Except Saturday
I. Schwartz
PROPRIETOR
MENT3 CLOTHING-HART
SCHAFFNER & MARX
The Ue.sl. Mndo. Fncescui
$25.00 Suits foVS. 35
$251.50 Suits for $17.15
ga..fio suits fo7 $i(j.35
MEN'S CLOTHING THE
WASHINGTON" SYSTEM
$12.50 Suitfor $ g.25
$15 00 Suits for $ 9.(55
18.00 Suits for $H.65
$20.00 Suits for $13.25
$22 50 Suits for $14.65
.4ATS
$5.00 Stetson Hats $.$5
$51.50 Oonquorora $2.55
$2.00 Hnrold Huts $1.4$
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