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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1911)
niR ijXnoKST oihculation or
itATURBAY. FftDRUAKY 1. 1U
Alfred Benjamin at Schonk
James Hicks is homo from n
lisit to Portland.
Butterick Patterns at Luna-
lurg, Dal ton & Co.
Clarence Luckv has roturncd
om a visit to outsido points.
Tlntrov & Kichardson aro hcad-
luartcrs for tho very bestgrocor-
J. 0. Bunvard has been over
rom his Cow creek home for a
Tho rocrular meeting of tho
lurns Commercial Club will bo
field on next Tuesday evening,
Tho French Hotel sorves a
line Sunday dinner and special
attention is Riven to family
THE BIG REMOVAL SALE
Che Busy Corner Store won't
last much longer.
E. E. Purinjrton left today for
I'ortland whore ho goes to look
lifter business interests. He will
be absent a short time.
THE BIG REMOVAL SALE
riio Busy Corner Store won't
last much longer.
A masnuerado ball will be giv-
bn for the children at Lochcr's
liall on Feb. 10. Some nice
prizes will be awarded. Definite
linnounccment will be make next
Thursday morning was ushered
in with a very blustery snow
storm that indicated a real win
ter day, but before nine o'clock
It had blown over and the ground
liog saw his shadow after nil.
Reward I will pay S3 per
head for information which leads
ne to secure any cattle branded
twith three horizontal bars on left
hip, ear mark upper slope in each
Ex-Clerk Mothershead will ar-
Irive home this afternoon from
Portland, Salem and others
points. Ho has been to the
notronolis arrantrimr for addi
tional books and other necessaries
Ifor the Mothershead & Doncgan
The Burns Public library has
just received an additonal lot
of fine books including history,
literary, essays as well as the
latest fiction. The Times-Herald
is pleased to make this announce
ment and to find that the selec
tions are of the best. Much credit
is due the ladies of Burns in this
good work and the many new
people coming to make their
homes in this big country show
their annreciation of this as well
as our excellent schools and
Of Capital in this Bank
is Reinforced by
Of Earned Surplus Thus
Affording Our Deposi
tors An Unusual Degree
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital : : $25,000.00
Surplus : : $50,000.00
United Stales Depositary
25 per cont off,, alteration Freo ! Chop barley at E. B. Reed &
at Sclienk Brothers. Son's.
Tom Allen is in from
Ranch for a few days. .
tho P Alteration Free. 25 per cent
off at Schonk Bros.
Fon Rent Neat 3-room cot
tage and barn. Inquire at this
For Sale Cheap, a now Sing
er Sewing Machine. Inquire at
Chop barley and tho finest of
seed barloy at the Harney Valley
Tho preaching services arc at
the Baptist church tomorrow, in
charge of Rov. Mr. Hollomnn. i
Mesdnmcs J. E. Chandler and '
Emanuel Newell wero up from
tho Dog mountain section Thurs
THE BIG REMOVAL SALE
The Busy Corner Store won't last
Mrs. Florence Clark is here on
a visit to relatives and old timo
friends. Sho is a guest at the
homo of her brother. Leo Caldwell.
OUT OF TOWN TAYPAYERS
Tho Harney County National
Bank will bo pleased to attend
to the paymentof your taxes upon
receipt of your instructions.
For Rent An ideal garden
and truck farm, well protected
from frost, with water. An
abundance of fine pasture and
some hay land. Inquire at this
The Fair Association has ar
ranged with Amo3 Oldfield to
have a portion of tho grounds
devoted to scientific gardening
during the coming season and it
is hoped to make a demonstra
tion that will be of much benefit
to those engaged in such work.
Postmaster Loggnn was over
from Harney yesterday on a visit
to his son, Postmaster Loggan
of this city.
A few friends gathered at tho
J. L. Gault homo Tuesday even
ing, the occasion being a surprise
on Mr. Gault's birthday. A very
enjoyable evening was spent at
1 ofT on
THE BIG REMOVAL SALE
at Tho Busy Corner Store.
G. W. Popojoy camo up from
the lnko Saturday. Ho had been
working for W. E. Smith feed
ing cattle but took sick and de
cided to lay off for a time. He is
suffering from stomach trouble
but is improving.
I. Schwartz, 'of tho Busy Cor
ner Store, jind "his assistants arc
transferring some of tho shelving
and other fixtures across to tho
now Masonic'.building this week.
It is quite nnundcrtnking nnd
will requiroconsiderablo time for
the now quarters to bo arranged
for tho big stock of goods.
Estrayed One milch cow
dark red, branded with pipo on
loft hip, also J. B. on same leg
further down. Sucking calf red
and white Bpottcd with J. B.
branded on loft leg. AIbo yenr
ling, bald face, red, same brand.
Notify John Back of Burns, nnd
ho will get animals and pny
f THE GRAND REMOVAL SALE
-Still Continues at -
THE OLD STAND
Our new stock is on the way- -as soon as it arrives
it will be installed in the large store room in the
NEW MASONIC BUILDING, and
THE BUSY CORNER STORE
you have dealt with so long, will give way to a
NEWER, BETTER AND GREATER BUSY CORNER STORE
Many desirable goods can be found in the store
at present, and the prices quoted in the last four
issues of this paper, will remain in force until
lurther notice, Come in and see
THE GRAND BARGAINS
THE BUSY CORNER STORE
Wintor Butts 25 por cont off nt
25 por cont oft on nil winort
Bilitfl nt Schonk Bros.
Anothor cold snap has again
put tho ronds in lino condition.
You always got value received
when trading at Ilagoy & Hich
nrdson'H. Miss Mabel Cross is down from
tho Trout creolc ranch on a visit
to her mother.
A fine now lot of dried fruits
hnvo been added to the stock nt
Reed's Grocery Store.
Scott Hayes camo up from
Lnwon tho first of this week to
tnko his mothor back with him.
Sco THE INLAND EMPIRE
REALTY COMPANY, thoy want
20 GOOD RELINQUISHMENTS
James Shepherd has decided to
enter tho rnco for city marshal
nt tho coming election, lie is a
good man and would no doubt
niako n good ofilcinl.
D. R. Thorn was over from
Silver creek this week nccom
pnnicd by his little son. Ho took
back a gnsolino engino nn I other
Blue prints of any township in
Burns Land District, showing
name of entrymnn, date nnd kind
of entry, topography, olc, 51.00
each. Piatt T. Randall. Burns.
Clny Clemens mill is tho near
est one to Burns where all kinds
of lumber both rough nnd dress
ed can bo had. Near Canyon
road. Call him by 'phono for
Since tho children aro going
to hnvo a masked ball on next
Friday evening, none under the
age of 1G yenrs will be nllowed
to mask at the ball given by the
Spanish American War Veterans
on Feb. 17.
R. L. Haines states he will
ngain bo a candidate for city
mnrshnl. Ho has been n very
energetic and conscientious of
ficial during his term of office
and it is likely ho will hnvo no
opposition in the election.
How to euro a cold is a oues-
tion in which many nro interest
ed just now. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has won its great
reputation and immense sale by
its remarkable euro of colds. It
can always bo depended upon.
For Bnlo by all good denlers.
Hon. A. W. Gownn nrrived
homo last Sunday from an ex
tended visit to Portland, Salem
and other twin t a. Ho spent
somo timo nt Salem witnessing
tho opening of tho legislature and
putting in some good words for
tho experiment station in this
There is a movement on foot
nmong local business people to
put in n big motor truck to handle
fast freight between Burns and
railroal points during tho shi)
ping season. Tho Times-Herald
believes this will not only bo a
convenience but n good paying
Read in February Sunset Magn
zino SAN DIEGO-THE CITY
OF DREAMS COME TRUE
Beautifully illustrated in four
colors. TETRAZZINI SINGING
IN THE STREETS OF SAN
FRANCISCO - CHRISTMAS
EVE. NOW ON SALE.
ALL NEWS STANDS 15 CENTS
Tho Times-Herald hns received
a clipping from tho Albany
Democrat announcing tho death
of Mrs. Harry Jackson nt Port
land, after an illness of nomo
timo of a complication of diseases.
Harry Jackson formerly worked
for II. M. Horton in tho drug
storo in Burns and in February
1907 went to Albany where ho
was married, bringing his brido
to this plncc. Thoy later moved
to Hnrriman where Mr. Jackson
had taken up land, Deceased
made many friends during her
residence in this section who nro
dcoply moved by her untimely
death. Sho was 31 yenrs old.
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80
minutes. Tuesday, February?,
1911, will tako placo tho second
Annual Trip around tho world
under tho direction of tho J. Bs.
Proceeds to bo dovotcd to paying
for tho church piano. Visit tho
foreign lands. Stops will bo
mado at Mexico City, Pckin,
Paris and Dixie. Subllmo scen
ery. Tho trip will bo mado over
land, bo thcro will bo no seasick
ness. Refreshments will be
served and entertainment fur
nished on route. Tho first train
leaves tho French Hotel nt 7:30
P, M. Othor tralnB nt intorvnlB
of 20 minutes. Buy your ticket
at tho French Hotel. Faro for
adults, 50c; children 25c. Cor
dial invitation extended o ovory-
ono. Como nnd bring your
friends and families,
Fon Salk-100 tons of hny
inquiro nt this ofilco.
Walter Cross is down from
The Home Hotel is tho comfor
tnblo placo to board.
25 per cent off on nil wintor
overcoats at Schonk Bros.
Miss Joisio Miller is in from
her liomeslend on a Bhort visit.
Two good, woll broken work
mareii for snlo. Inquiro at this
Got tho "kidlots" ready for
mask ball Friday, February 10 nt
Ed Egll and wifo and Mrs.
A. Egli, camo over from the
ranch last Friday.
Everything for ovcry body nt
tho Lunaburg, Dalton & Co.
It is reported that Mrs. C. C.
Lundy is seriously ill nt tho homo
of her parents in Ontario.
Tho Burns Flour Milling Co.
will pay 2i cents por pound for
wheat or barloy.
Tho Vnlo Enterprise suggests
an extension of tho Hnrriman
rnilroad across and down tho
John Day River. This is said to
bo a fcasiblo route
Tho basket ball gamo last
night between tho high school
and town boys teams resulted in
another victory for tho high
school. Tho score was 14 to 28.
Particular peoplo do their
trading at tho Hngoy & Richard
son general merchandise Htoro
wheru a fine lino of dry goods,
furnishings, shoes, etc. is always
.1. W. Buchanan nnd family
desiro to express their sincere
thanks to the good people of
Harney for their kindness during
the recent illness of Mr. Buchan
If you wnnt to make n trade,
sell your relinquishment or other
property tho Inland Empire Real
ty Co. will bo of great assistance
to you. They have sold others
and can sell yours.
F. C. Dillard, of tho Eastern
Oregon Engineering Co., has re
turned from tho Stecns Mountain
section where ho has been doing
field work for the past six
Is the title good to that pro
perty you aro thinking of pur
chasing? An abstract shows tho
record as it may appear, nnd it
is your duty to know tho grant
Hnrnoy County Abstract Co.,
Inc., Archio McGownn, Pros, and
Mgr., Burns, Ore.
Percy Davis, ono of tho high
school pupils, sustained a Colics
fracture of tho right arm Sunday
afternoon while plnying basket
ball. Dr. Geary reduced tho
fracture nnd Percy hns continued
his work in school without inter
ruption. Fon Sale Land Scrip. Can
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. HuniiELi..
SlicrifT Richardson arrived
homo tho first of the week from
n visit to tho southern part of tho
county on ofilcinl business. Ho
broke his auto nt tho James Ma
lum ranch on his return nnd had
to 'phono in for another mnchino
to como out for him.
A telegram was received hero
Saturday morning announcing
tho death of C. II. Voegtly's
mothor at Pittsburg, Pn. the night
before. Mr. Voegtly was not
reached by tho telegram, being
somo whero in California enrouto
east to visit his mothor and othor
h oft on
THE BIG REMOVAL SALE
at Tho Busy Corner Storo.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gomberling,
assistod by Mr. and Mrs. Cnl
ClemenB entertained a lnrge com
pany of friends at tho homo of
tho former Thursday ovening nt
progressive whist. It wns a
most onjoyablo party. Thoro
werp four ladies tied for first
chofco at tho prizes: Mesdames
A. W. Gowan, C. B. McConnoll,
Win. Miller nnd Miss Godfrey.
Mrs. Gownn nnd Mrs. McConnoll
woro tho fortunato ones whon
thoy cut tho cards. Mrs. Rich
ardson mado tho lowest score.
Thoro woro also somo oven Bcores
for first among tho gontlcmen,
Wm. Fnrro being awarded first,
I. Schwartz second. Mr. Davoy
was glvon tho consolation prize.
Sco Schonk Bros, ad 25 por
15 per cent off on nil Winter
underwear nt Sclienk Bros,
Hnvo you listed your land yet?
Sco Irving Miller hoforo you do.
Supt Gilcrest of the P. L. S.
Co. left Thursday en route to
Winncinuccu and other points.
Mrs. Miniiio Fireovcd is pre
pared to nurse patients at tho C.
C. Couch homo in Burnt). Con
finement cases solicited.
Roo Buchanan and wifo wero
visitors to our city this week.
They aro at present residing at
Young's Meat Market & .Gro
cery is making a reduction snlo
for this month. Read tho price
list published in this issue.
Miss K. Neugelmucr is located
in the Jorgcnsen building south
Main St. nnd is prepared to do
all kinds of dress making.
Tho now stock of tho Busy
Corner Storo is on tho way
BIG REMOVAL SALE
will continuo until itnrrives.
Wm. Sterling has returned
from a vacation trip to Portland
and again taken up his duties as
bookkeeper for tho Wm. Hanloy
Mrs. Annie Sprngue, a first
class milliner of Chicago, wishes
to announce that she will bo in
Burns later with a fine lino of
tho ver latest millinery.
J. W. nnd Claude Brown have
come in from Crane creek where
they have just completed a hand
some now residence on the bunga
low stylo for C. T. Carey.
Adelnr Racine, a former Burns
boy, attempted to take his own
life last Friday at Baker City.
Ho shot himself in the head. He
will recover. Ho seemed to be
temporarily deranged from worry
over finnncinl matters.
W. C. Parrish, who is going to
irrigate portions of Harney Val
ley by means of oleclric pump
ing plants, writes the Timcs
Hcrnld from Iawen that ho is
making splendid progress in that
A petition was circulated among
the business men nnd property
owners of this city during the
week nsking Ben Brown, Dr. J.
W. Geary and C. Cummins to
allow their names to go upon the
official ballot nt the coming city
election for mnyor and council-
men respectively. It had num
DlED-Thursdny, January 2(i,
nt tho home of J. W. Buchanan,
James E. Buchanan, aged 02
years, Tho cause of death was
dropsy. Deceased was a half
brother to J. W. nnd George
Buchanan of this county Ho
had been in the mining districts
of Nevnda and California for a
number of years and but re
cently returned to this section.
Interment was mado Friday at
Harney. Ho is survived by a
wife, from whom ho had been
divorced, and five children, two
sons in Huntington, another in
Mnlheur City; one daughter in
Missoula, Montana and a daugh
ter, Mrs. Dole Smith, of this city.
Sheriff Richardson, who return
ed tho first of the week from the
south end reports the death of
Mrs, C. M. Fields on January 3.
Deceased was 50 years old nnd
her illness was only of a few days
duration. She hnd pneumonin.
Mr. Fields sent a message to tho
daughter who was in Reno of her
mother's death nnd a response
came that if ho desired to see
his daughter alivo to como at
once. It scorns the daughter
was dangerously ill nt tho same
timo. After tho funeral Mr.
Fields hnstened to Reno. Ho
was still absent when Mr. Rich
ardson was down there. Tho
family is well known nnd much
sympathy is expressed.
A Co-Operative TI"S BANK is a cooper-
iiive insiiiuiion, lunuuiK
its facilities, its resources
and its advice in the avenues of legitimate business;
extending its helpfulness in meritorious directions;
and caring for the requirements of the small de
positors as conscientiously as it docs for those of
Small Accounts Are Always Welcome.
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
"Your Home Institution."
THE WELCOME PHARMACY
"7YEARS experience in the Drug Busi-
ness. We have no dead stock Our
t goods are clean and new. When you buy
your drugs from us you can rest assured that jr
tliev are pure, iresn anu wm nave me eneci q
which vour doctor desires. You can
find new and up to date Stationery, Fresh
Candies, Domestic and Imported Cigars, Rub
ber Goods, Fancy Soaps, Pipes, Etc.
STA TIONEIt v
Cleavenger's Furniture Store
When you want Dishes come
and talk to us. We are
pared to supply you in whatever
ROCKUIIS, DININQ CM AIRS, MORRIS
CHAIRS, COUCIIHS, OININO TAIU.I-S
LIIIRARY TAIILBS. CIM.DRUNS'
I-URNIIURK. RUOS, M-OSTKAUS
pro" Complete Dinner Sets
Cleavenger's Furniture Store
Tho regular semi-annual teach
ers examination will bo held in
Burns on February 8, 1), 10 and
I'OH STATH 1'AI'KKS.
Spelling, Physical Geography,
Grammar, Bookkeeping, Physics,
Composition, Algebrn, English
Literature, School Law.
Saturday -Botany, Piano Ge
ometry, General History.
KOK COUNTY l'Al'KRS.
Spolling.Reading, Physicnl Geog
raphy, Thursdny Written Arithmetic
Theory, Grammar, Physiology.
Friday -- Geography, School
Law, Civil Government, English
L. M, Hamilton, Supt.
The Working Capacity is Enormous of the
Always on tho hustle; a tireless worker, that needs
no boss. It tackles any task; cuts hours to
minutes; cuts cost to pennies; cuts out tho wear
and tear on muscles; keeps men from becoming
machines; pays handsome daily in cash saved and
work performed. Tho engine will pump sufficient
water in less than half hour for the average
family's daily use nt a cost of not less than three-'
fourths of a cent
Fits Any Standard Pump
Pumps 400 to 1,000 Gallons per Hour
Toll us about your requirements, wo can meet
them; if interested in Larger Engines ask for
FULLER & JOHNSON'S
Double Efficiency Enjoin s.
W. T. SMITH
Agent for Harney County
ESTKAYED-Ono bay mnro
nbout 10 years old weight 1000.
ninilnil wncon wrench on left
stifle nnd anchor 11 on loft jaw.
Camo to my place last may.
Owner call prove property nnd
B. F. Camhjkm.,
V. ( PllXAUll
Formerly Ami. Kiiglneer
A. 0. Faulknik
Formerly t'htot Ei
glneer ol UoI A
Eastern Oregon Engineering
CIVIL 'and irrigation engineers