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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1911)
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tttTBrAFKR IN THIS COUNTY.
gATURDAY. AMtIL 1, ml
Iwnys ready for job work.
itterick Patterns nt Lunn-
Dalton & Co.
irvico nt tho Baptist Church
arrow morning and evening.
W. Crawford opened tho
French Hotel Bar this moriy-
IrSale A Kansas prairio
ing plow. Call at Short's
J. L. Gault was on tho
list tin's week but is ablo to
tlie Inland Empire Real
if you havo anything for
amomg our Silver Creek
tors during tho week.
bin Allen arrived over from
?-Rnnch Thursday to spend
days with his family.
le irencn noiei serves n
Sunday dinner and special
ition is given to family
fcy. A. J. irwm leu monuay
lis new field of lnbor. He
imake Medford his head
Minnie Fireoveil is prc-
to nurse patients at the C.
ouch home in Burns. Con-
lent cases solicited.
ed Haines arrived home
icsday from an extended
,'to Western Oregon and Cali-
na. He wenc to ms iiarney
3V DRAPERY GOODS AT
BUSY CORNER STORE.
G. Cozad, the Canyon City
rney, arrived nere aunaav
ampany with Judge Biggs.
sCozad has been a guest at
lome of his daughter, Mrs.
bis Smith, during this week.
W. E. Smith arrived homo
irst of the week from a visit
prtland where she was called
ccount of the serious illness
Gr little granacniiu, uaugnier
Jr. and Mrs. Vic Gibson. The
one was much improved be-
Tom Allen, who has been
Dr health for a long time,
Leon advised by her physi-
to go to Portland where
Kvill receive the attention of
lialists. As soon as she is able
ravel she will be taken to
land by Mr. Allen.
iEW SILK PETTICOATS AT
BUSY CORNER STORE.
Is is the custom I hereby de-
lte next week, begining
iday, April 3, as cleanup
and requests all property
era to clean up their premises,
dvc all trash, debris, and ac-
Imulations of rubbish. It
aid all be hauled away, burn-
Stherwise disposed of.
G. W. Clevenger, Mayor.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of the close of business March 7th, 1911
Lonno and Discounts $270,777.78
Bonds and Securities 58,929.45
Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000.00
Real Estate, Furnituro and Fixtures 0.C00.00
Fivo por cont Redemption Fund 1,250.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 53,432.51
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Capital and Surplus 975,000.00
United States Depositary
We Offer to Depositors Absolute Safety and
R. L. Hass is up from Narrows. I John Hoss is in tho city for a
Spring seed wheat at tho Busy 1 fcw dnyfl vacation.
Corner Store. Archio McGowan and Maurico
' r. I i .11 tin
J. H. Jordan is up from Maf"wn5 8)cni uie wcck ai me
Saddle Butte home.
Tho Home Hotel is the comfor
table place to board.
R. II. Brown, tho Diamond
sheep man, is in the city.
NEW DRESS GOODS AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.
Linen dusters for ladies and
gentlemen nt Schenk Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ausmus
were in tne city tms wceK to
visit their two sons who are at
tending high school.
Chas. Rohn is up from the
homestead where he spent the
winter clearing with his wife as
boss. He is again at work in the
Harrison & Stoner barber shop.
Customers and others desiring
us to settle their taxes will please
send us sheriffs statement of the
amount due together with instruc
tions for payment of same.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of
Frank Ellis went to the railroad
last week to meet his daughter
who had arrived from her form
er home in Wisconsin. Miss Ellis
is a very pleasant young lady nnd
will make her homo here with
NEW BLANKETS AT THE!
BUSY CORNER STORE-
Ed Goodman will again be
ready to take the herd of town
cows to pasture between April
10 and 15. Term3 $2.50 per
month. Let him know or leave
word at this office of tho number
of cows you have to go in the
Tho Baptist Ladies Aid will
continue window sales each Sat
day until further notice.
Ed Springer and family wero
in the city this week guests at
the Tom Sagcra home.
For Sale-Two relinquish
ments four miles west of Crow
Camp, cheap. Inquire at this
I Mrs. C. C. Lundy is over from
NEW LACE CURTAINS AT
THE BUSY CORNER STORE.
Ontario to attend to some legal
matters in the circuit court and
' N.-Mcior has started on his re
turn to San Francisco after a de
lightful visit with his daughter,
Mrs. L. M. Brown and family.
Raw Furs Highest prico for
all kinds of raw furs. Write me.
Frank B. Glenn,
D. II. Smyth and son Claude
are over from their Happy Valley
home looking after somo legal
mattors in the circuit court.
Irving Miller lias purchased the
residence property of A. Schenk,
the transfer being made this
week through tho real estato firm
of Mothcrshcad and Doncgnn.
NEW GINGHAMS AT THE
I BUSY CORNER STORE.
F. J. Alex Mayer, representa
tive of the fire Association, spent
a few days in our city Hub week
attending to business in his line
and checking up local agents.
Lamo Shoulder is nearly al
ways duo to rheumatism of tho
muscles, and quickly yields to
tho free application of Chamber
lain's Liniment For sale by all
IN THE SPRING
One's Fancy Naturally Turns To Thoughts Of
LIGHT AND BRIGHT APPAREL
WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS
READY TO WEAR DRESSES
In White, Blue, Tan, Lavender, Pink and Gray
Prices: From $1.75 to $12.00
From $4.00 to $16.00
In Black, Blue Gray and Tan
$1.75 to $5.00
White Waists, 75c to $ 6.50
SILK Waists, $3.50 to $9.00
Stop in and Look at Our Beautiful New Line of
NEW DRESS GOODS, ETC.
Alteration freo at Schenk Bros.
Chop barley at E. B. Reed &
NEW PERCALES AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.
Don't forgot tho Presbyterian
Church choir annual Easter Sale.
BoRN-Sunday, March 2G, to
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tllornburg,
A fino now lot of dried fruits
havo been added to tho stock at
Rccd'B Grocery Store.
County Commissioner Smyth
is in tho city on court business
nnd to visit his family.
T. J. Median of Seattlo is hero
looking ovor tho country with a
viow of investing.
Tho porsonnl attention given
guests nt tho French Hotel hns
given it a good reputation L. B.
Wm. Reardon, tho old time
sheep "buckaroo" was circulat
ing among his friends in Burns
See THE INLAND EMPIRE
REALTY COMPANY, they want
20 GOOD RELINQUISHMENTS
Autos are again in general use
since tho roads aro in better
shape and many aro seen on the
streets every day.
Mrs. Frank Jones nnd little
daughter aro here on a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan.
Born At Lawen, Wednesday,
March 29, to Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Christinnsen, n daughter. Dr,
Geary was in attendance.
There are three of Mrs,
Judgo Thompson Ih in tho city
looking nfter somo legal affairs.
Cleaning nnd pressing for
ladies and gentlemen nt Schenk
Our old pioneer friend W. H.
Hamilton was over from Diamond
Everything for every body at
the Lunaburg, Dal ton & Co.
Roadmastor Dunsmoro is get
ting his equipment in shape to
begin road work.
Tho Burns Flour Milling Co,
will pay 2J cents per pound for
wheat or barloy.
Miss Millie Hurlburt was in
tho city this week visiting rela
tives and friends.
Wo hnvo received our new
Spring samples for suits. Come
nnd see them Schenk Bros.
W. B. Johnson is over from his
Silver creek homo.
Sid Comegys was in tho city
this week on business.
Call at Schenk Bros, and hco
the now Panama hats.
Tom Cleveland is over from
his farm homo near Van.
NEW HATS FOR MEN AT
THE BUSY CORNER STORE.
Mrs. E. B. Reed has been quite
ill suffering from grip this week.
Hagoy & Richardson nre head
quarters for tho very best groceries
A. fine and complete lino of
fresh garden and flower seeds at
Pacific Stock and Poultry food
at the Lunaburg, Dnlton & Co.
"Elslo Book's" loaned out to
friends and she would like to
know where thoy arc. She is
in no hurry for them merely
wants to know where they are.
Mrs. B. F. Campbell was down
from her Emigrant creek home
this week. Sho informs us Mr.
Campbell has purchased a flock
of sheep over in Grant county
nnd will bring them over on this
sido after lambing and shearing.
You will never again be quite
as you aro today mentally or
physically. Perhaps not ever
again will you bo nblo to got so
"young" n photograph that
looks like you as today. Visit
tho Sayer Studio.
The annual Easter Sale of the
Presbyterian church choir will bo
held at the Busy Corner Store on
Saturday, April 15. A large and
fino assortment of Easter favors
havo been ordered besides there
will bo baked beans, brown bread,
doughnuts, home mnde candy,
cut flowers nnd jiotted plants.
The entertainment under the
direction of tho teachers to be
given by tho public school child
ren this ovening will bo one of
tho most enjoyable affairs of the
year. Tho little ones nre well
drilled in their parts and all aro
assured an interesting evening.
Tho proceeds go to tho picture
fund for tho now school building.
ROLLED BARLEY AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.
Wo aro informed thnt active
work will soon begin on tho big
power plant project owned by
tho Burns Flour Milling Co. on
Emigrant creek. It is claimed
this company has n fine power
site and one that will generate
sufficient "juice" to propel elec
tric street cars in Burns. Let us
hopo the timo will soon como
when such may bo profitably
Out of consideration for tho
picturo fund bonofit entertnin
ment given by tho public school
pupils this evening Mr. Fellows
has kindly shut down the moving
picturo show nnd has so announc
ed on his bulletin board. Ho has
used tho board to call attention
to tho benefit which is duly ap-
predated by the school patrons
and citizens of Burns.
Tho ladies of tho Fivo Hundred
Club treated their husbands to a
very enjoyable card party in tho
now Masonic hall last evening,
Mrs. L. M. Brown had tho high
est score nnd Mrs. I. II. Holland
second among tho ladies, Tho
honors among tho gentlemen
wero won by Wm. Fnrro and I.
Schwartz. Refreshment wero
served in tho dining room whero
all tho guests wero seated to
gether. Constipation brings many ail
monfS in its train and is tho pri
mary causo of much sickness.
Keep your bowols regular mad
am, and you will cscapo many of
tho ailments to which women aro
subject. Consipation is a very
Bimplo thing, but liko many
Bimplo things, it may lead to seri
ous conscquonces. Naturo often
needs a little assistance and when
Chamberlain's Tabids aro given
at tho first indication, much dis
tress and suffering may bo avoid
ed. Sold by all good dealers.
Miss K. Ncugcbaucr is located
in tho Jorgenscn building south
Main St. and is prepared to do
all kinds of dress making.
Frank Dibble and family camo
ovor from their Silver. creek
homo Wednesday in the auto.
Frank says tho roads aro getting
In cases of rheumatism relief
from pain makes sleep and rest
possible. Thin mny bo obtained
by applying Chamberlain's Lini
ment. For sale by all good deal
ers. 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
nnd can sell yours.
Scott Goodall, recently of Union
county, wns a caller at this office
ycsicruay. Mr. uoouall Is a
nephew to P. II. Gray of Lawen,
and contemplates locating per
manently in this section.
Particular people do their
trading nt the Hagcy & Richard
son general merchandise Btoro
where a fino line of dry goods,
furnishings, shoes, etc, is nlways
"Our baby cries for Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy," writes
Mrs. T. B. Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga.
"It is the best cough remedy on
tho mnrket for coughs, colds and
croup." For sale by all good
Another record for Harney
county and central Oregon wea
ther was provoked when on last
Sunday afternoon somo town
boys went in swinning and dur
ing tho week a number appeared
on the streets barefooted and
this in March!
NEW SILK WAISTS AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.
"Bonnie Regs" Tomlison and
J. F. Myers havo leased the res
taurant formerly run by Geo.
Foon on the corner adjoining tho
Star Saloon. Tho boys took
possession this morning nnd are
cleaning up the placo rendy for
business. This will be nn nil
white help place and the boys,
should do well.
Tho Times-Hernld man in com
iwiny with Mayor Clevenger, paid
a visit to tho sceno of operation
yesterday where men aro at work
on tho grade at the north ap
proach of Main street. Thoy ure
building nn excellent grade and
it will be a decided improvement
over tuo old grade and round
nbout way of coming into town
from tho north.
NEW LINGERIE WAISTS AT
THE BUSY CORNER STORE.
Manager Lauranco of tho
Union TclephonoCo. informs Tho
Times-Hernld that thero will be
a line constructed up snvies
River this season as well as other
lines extended to vnrious parts
of tho county. A mooting was
held last Saturday by people in
terested up the river to form
plans for that line. It will con
nect ranches up for n distance of
some ai miles including lco
Caldwell and may branch up
Emigrant creek taking in that
Tho graduating class of tho
high school was entertained last
night at tho homo of Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. S. Swain. Tho fenturo
of tho ovening wns a story
writing contest in which each of
tho young ladies of tho class was
assisted in turn by ench of tho
young men Tho class being
equally divided, six girls and six
boys. MIhs Nina Baker was
awarded tho prizo and as Ralph
Irving had helped her most ho too
received a prizo. Miss Godfroy
and Mr. Biggs, two of tho teach
ers, acting as judges. Thoro
was also music and readings.
Tho placo cards wero embossed
with tho clnss flower and each of
tho class woro presonted with n
souvenir picturo of tho high
school building nicely framed.
Refreshments woro served.
Tho Misses Mary and Lea
Poujado wero in tho city from
Cow Creek this week having
some dental work done and visit
Clay Clemens mill is tho near
est ono to Burns where nil kinds
of lumber both rough und dress
ed enn bo hnd. Near Canyon
road. Call him by 'phone for
Toy moyed into the Fry build
ing in the post office office block
today and will conduct a restau
rant He was formerly over the
NEW FANCY GOODS AT
THE BUSY CORNER STORE.
Mrs. L. N. Stallard'is over
from her home near Drcwsey on
a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Barnes.
OUT OF TOWN TAYPAYERS
The Harney County National
Bank will bo pleased to attend
to the payment of your taxes upon
receipt of your instructions.
Attorneys Geo. W. Hayes and
W. II. Brooke arrived from Vale
and Ontario yesterday to be in
attendance upon circuit court.
NEW FRENCH GINGHAMS
ATTHE BUSY CORNER STORE
The "new pioneer" of Harney
county is a pace setter Bill Blott
and Amos Oldficld have their
spring plowing done nnd soil
ready for the plants nnd seed,
and this is no April Fool joke,
When n medicine must be given
to young children it should be
pleasant to take. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is made from loaf
sugar, and tho roots used in its
preparation give it a flavor sim
ilar to maple syrup, making it
pleasant to take. It has no supe
rior for colds, croup and whoop
ing cough. For sale by all good
TTIIE success of this instution is in helping its
customers to succeed, whether their dealings
be large or small. There is not a bank anywhere
which understands better the wants of its patrons,
whether fanners, stock raisers, business men or individuals.
TJ7"E have a service for every member of the
W community, poor or rich, and we want every
one to feel at liberty to como and talk with us
about any financial service of which they feel they
HARNBYCOUNTY NATIONAL BANK
1 Black Mare 7 years old, about
000 pounds weight, broke to
work and ride; gentle for woman
or child; a splendid little animal,
$65.00. 1 second-hand buggy in
good condition, $35.00. 1 set
light work harness, 20.00. 1 16
in. walking plow, $10.00.
Is hereby given thnt tho regu
lar Eighth Grade Final Exami
nation will be held in the differ
ent school districts May 11-12,
1911. Teachers are requested to
filo with tho County Superinten
dent, on or before tho 20. day of
April, tho names of all pupils do
siring to tako the examination,
and to certify that they have
completed tho work as required
(a) Thursday Physiology.
Writing, History, and Civil Gov
ernment (b) Friday Grammar, Ari
thmetic, Geography, and Spelling.
Tho teacher will send to tho
County Superintendent the ap
plicants class standing in read
ing. Your truly,
L. M. Hamilton,
County School Supt.
BONNIE REGS RESTAURANT
MYERS & TOMUNSON Proprietors
OPEN DAY AND NKlrIT
NONE BUT WHITE HELP
Formorly run by George Foon
next door north of Star Salooon
Stock hspeclor, Harney Coasty.
C. E. LEMAY
Painting, Paper llnagisg, Ska Writing
Estimates given on all classes of
AGENT HENRY BOSCH WALL PAPER
Hoadquartora at French Hotel
THE WELCOME PHARA1ACY
"7YEAR5 experience in the Drug F3usi-
ness. We have no dead stock Our
goods are clean and new. When you buy
your drugs from us you can rest assured that
they are pure, fresh and will have the effect
which your doctor desires. You can also
find new and up to date Stationery, Fresh
Candies, Domestic and Imported Cigars, Rub
ber Qoods, Fancy Soaps, Pipes, Etc.
Clevenger' 's Furniture Store
When you want Dishes come in
and talk to us. We are pre
pared to supply you in whatever
ROCKERS, IHNINO CHAIRS, MORRIS
CHAIRS, COUCIins, DININO TAIJLliS
LIBRARY TABLES, CUILDRENS'
FURNITURE, RUGS, UI-DSTEADS
Complete Dinner Sets
Clevenger's Furniture Store
The Working Capacity is Enormous of the
Always on the hustle; a tireless worker, that needs
no boss. It tackles any task; cuts hours to
minutes; cuts cost to pennies; cuts out the 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 hnlf hour for the average
family's daily use at a cost of not more than three
fourths of a cent
Fits Any Standard Pump
Pumps 400 (o 1,000 Gallons per Hour
Tell us about your requirements, wo can meet
them; if interested in Larger Engines ask for
FULLER & JOHNSON'S
Double Efficiency Engines.
W. T. SMITH
Agent for Harney County
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There is only ono good place to go for
GOOD DRUGS, STATIONERY, CIGARS, HOOKS,
CONFECTIONERY, and TOILET ARTICLES
REED BROS. DRUG STORE
Tho storo maintained and operated for your con
vonienco and satisfaction. Ono that you can
rely on at all times.
The City Drug Store
REED BROS., Proprietors