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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1911)
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tllK I.A1WKBT I'lltCUIiATIUN Or
NKWBfAl'KU IN T1IIB COUNTY.
6ATUK1IAY M Y !I7 lt-11
nt Schenk Hros. and see
new l'anama hats.
C. Kggleston, tho Oregon
rninn, is in tno city.
bert Swain is enjoying ft iloso
easles down at the ranch.
ris Cooper is recovering
a case of spotted fevor.
itfino and complole line of
, garden and flower seeds at
iNof. K. II Harris and wife
W,. gone to their larin near
laiftrly f r the summer.
(QUI and see the late arrivals
feess goods, shoes, ties, furn-
tijfegs etc at Hagoy & Rich-
Times-Herald failed to
n last week the birth of a
lighter to Mr. and Mrs. Mason
at Corvallis on May 7.
KWlda Hehrendt, the optician,
at the Hums hotel until
1. See her about properly
eel glasses. See her ad.
L. Kinley has accepted the
n of state game warden.
inley spent one season in
iy county studying hird lite
quite well known here.
Ware was in Hurns this
Iiis first visit in four years.
s quite a -change in our
ity .John was a residdnt
3 place once and is well
to old time resident.
prinoipIoH bring huucvhh. IL'h u gouil UiHiiiowH
principlo to bo careful mui HyHtuiimlic in .your
fitiimcinl nffuirH. Nothing expedites mid fueili
tiiti'H luiHinoHH trmiHiiulioiiH .so uiucluis u cheek
ing account, wliilo the indorsed and ('uncoiled
checks when returned by tho bank cutiHtituto mi
undiHputablo record of tho businesH Hum IrmiH-actcd.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital and Surplus S75,000.00
United States Depositor!!
Oldlield brought The
B-Hcrald family some fine
ds Thursday evening, the
the local product we have
this season. Mr. Oldlield
Pfine garden and some good
JmK, Tens ilhger cut his foot
Beverclj at the Hunyard
11 Wednesday morning.
OL1s brought to this city hy
Gilbert in his auto and
fjutfarsden & Griffith attend-
Another soaking rain
I). A. Hrakeman was up from
Waverly this week.
The Home Hotel is the com for-1
table place to board.
C. V Reed and wife were up'
from Sunset this week.
Al Cote was in from his warm
springs home yesterday.
A man and wife with two
daughters desire work on a ranch
Thurs-i Amos Oldlield has some choice
cabbage plants for sale.
W. II. Morrison and wife were
in the city Wednesday.
Linen dusters for ladies and
gentlemen at Schenk Hros.
M. F. Williams and wife came
over from the lohn Day section
I Foil Sai.k A second hand
Inquire at this office.
James Gilbert and John
williger were in the city
Saturday, coming down in
Gilbert's new E. M. F. car.
arding to announcements
Salem the state board has
itemplation tho adjudica-
f the water rights along
"River during this season.
tion had been filed asking
doctors report many cases
bIcs all over the county.
is to have spread in every
n before it was known
ras any cases. It is roport-
; Diamond, Happy Valley,
Itire, Cow Creek, Drewsey
hare invited to worship at
esbytenan Church tomor-
Rev C C. Habbidge of
"Sunday School Missionary
Jrand Round Presbytery,
reach both morning antl
(11a. m. and 8 p. m )
for morning, "Atsome
and Life." Evening
"What one sheep and
fian, said to another.
as you arc today mentally or
physically. Perhaps not even
chaple organ. Inquire at this
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Voegtly
left Wednesday morning for
Portland to be absent only a
Pacific Stock and Poultry food
John Husers arrived home'"1 tho, ''" W. "alton & Co.
Thursday evening from a trip to vnvlnmM Store,
outside points. He says we have Dr. Griffith was called to
no complaint to make respecting Wagontire this week to see Mrs.
the weather and that Harney A. Egli who was quite ill with
Valley is still the place for him. measles. The patient was hav-
You will never arain be unite I in 80mo ire with I!0?1" ,,l,arl
aeuoii aim our eoiiuuiuii whm
Mlllt.. Ul)tlflllil fft' fl fltlWI lit 1 1 III'
n'n!il i I l I....
again will you be able to get so vthiuii icimihl-u numv ,fiu,,.
"young" a photograph- that, lvmgher.n.provmg.
looks" like you as today. Visit J Mrs. W. A. Gowan and little
the Sayer Studio. ! sons and Miss Hazel Coznd left
Albert Oakerman was j 'Thursday, the former to spend
Thursday, having come over to'1) w.'1 ' Iu',r , atl,er, !on
get the doctor for Mrs. EbHC. W. Parnsh ium! other rohiives
.!, !o w m ,wi. mnui..,, (nnt county. Miss Hazel
her Wagontire home. There;cxpect to continue her journey
being no night service on the
Silver Creek 'phone line necessi
tated Albert riding in to call the, Mahuii:i -In this city, Satur
Doctor. i(inyi My 20, Mr. .1. J. Heinzand
P. G. Smith recently disposed Mrs. Ada Weber, Rev. C. W.
of the cattle which he feed out Holloman performing the corc
at the railroad. He had sold a, mony. Mr. Heinz is an old time
portion of them before but the1 resident of this county and his
last consisted of about 300 head ' bride recently came here from
which were shipped to Portland. ' Seattle. She is the mother of
He obtained very satisfactory Wm. Weber of the Candy Kitch
nrices and mav buv some more on. They will make their home
nut nlnncr Mm rnilrnnil lu.fni-,. ! Oil Ml I Jeiliy.S farm Ileal' I IllITi- llieUtliat JSIll.
cnminir in man. dealers.
! on to Portland after a short visit
I at her old home in Canyon City.
Isn't it Warm?
will be soon. Then you will need some nice light
erwear. Better net it now. We have just receiv-
complete new line of
for men, women and children
I FOR MEN fl FOR WOMEN
; UNION SUITS UNION SUITS
i quality, per suit : $1.25 Good quality, per suit : 75c.
er " " " : 2.00 Uetter " " " ; . $1.50
I TWO PIECE SUITS TWO PIECE SUITS
quality, per fjarment : 75c. Good quality, per yarment : ,'i5c.
?r " " " : $1.00 Better " " " : 75c.
" " " : 1.50 Best " " " ; $1.50
Job printing ThoTimes-IIornM
Adam George was inlhe cily
Leo Caldwell was down from
the mountain ranch (his week.
Mrs. James Kennedy was
down from the farm Ibis week.
Cleaning and pressing for
ladies and gentlemen at Schenk
W. Y. King is building a nice
7 room cottage in east Hurns for
Geo. Ward and wife now oc
cupy the lurnished rooms over
The Times-Herald ollice.
Everything for every body al
tho Lunaburg, Dalton & Co.
Otto Nystroin is up from his
home near Princeton for a few
We have received our new
Spring samples for suits. Come
and see them- Schenk Hros.
Mrs Win. Miller returned yes
terday from a visit to Mrs. Geo.
Love at Agency.
A relinquishment four miles'
west of ('row Camp for sale at a
bargain. Inquire at this office.
Friends in this cily have re
ceived a letter announcing the
arrival of a boy recently in the
home of Glenn Harper and wife
al Oakland, California.
A Portland paper reports James
Otis Kenyon. son of Mr. and
Mrs .1. :-. Kenyon, as having
received his diploma from the
dental college in that city
It is reported here that the
John Ott saw mill near Drewsey
was burned recently. There ha 1
been no fire at the mill and it is
supposed to be of incendiary
A news dispatch from Ontario
published in a recent issue of the
Hoise Capital News two wool
clips have sold there for 15 and
IfiJ cents. This is some better
than reported from other points.
The backward spring has kept
the grain and meadows from
advancing as they should bill no
serious danger is reported.
Harvesting of the hay crops will
he somewhat later than usual,
There will be a meeting of the
baseball fans at the Photo-Play
house tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock for the purpos of organ
iziug a ball team, electing a
manager and such other btisinoHS
as may be necessary.
Henry Trowbridge and Fred
Hunn, the latter a Walla Walla
cattle buyer, came in from the
John Day country Thursday.
Mr. Hunn is looking for some
cows and calves and Henry may
buy a few beef steers if he finds
ONION SETS in CENTS A
QUART AT THE HUSY COR
For soreness of the muscles
whether induced by violent ex
ercise or injury, Chamberlain's
Liniment is excellent. This lini
ment is also highly esteemed for
the relief it alfords in cases of
Alfred Ik njamine clothing at
Kemp llanlistv was in I he
city from Trout ('reek this
New fiedi eroceries just re
ceived al Hagoy i Richardhoii's.
Hurns in putting on cily air.
a real burglary the other niuht.
Foil Sam: Two good milk
cows for sale. Gentle. Inquire
at this office.
apples for sale
C. II. Leonard
in company with
next door lo
for Winnemucca on
Always ready for job printing.
Henry Hlaek was up from
Sunset during the week.
Mrs. J. W. Sayer is among the
victims suffering from measles.
i it rtt t i - .
i. ,'i. i.vier ami w. w. Modder
came in with freight this week.
F( it Sam: Oil) acres hay land
All or part. Address M. II.
care The Times-Herald.
Miss Clayle Harrow left the
first of this week for an extended
vacation visit lo Portland and
other outside points.
.lonii iMcnner, J. w. liiichanan
I hursduy.and Supt. Hamilton were down
in an auto
M. Elkan. one of the energetic
and optimistic land holders ofi
the Weaver spring section was
in the cily this week.
Foil RlINT The Jorgensen
store building on Main Street.
Inquiio al Win. Miller's ollice in
the Masonic building.
Mrs R. 1). Cooper left this
week for her former home in
Iowa where she will visit with
relatives for an indefinite time.
II. P. Witter is going into
breeding some pure blood chick
ens antl turkeys. He will raise
Rhode Island Red chickens and
from Hiichanan Tuesday the for
mer making proof on his land and
the later were his witnesses.
FINE LINE OF SHIRT
WAISTS AT THE HUSY COR
Dan Varien got into a mixup
wli a hi on") the other day
which resulted m Ins having to
come in to have the doctor patch
up a had leg where the horse
kicked him. There were no
bones broken but Dan finds it
convenient lo use some crutches.
Tom Allen was in from the
Ranch the first of the week and
was accompanied out Tuesday by
NEW LACE HOSIERY AT
THE HUSY CORNER STORE.
The Windsor Har was burglar
ized between 2 o'clock and day-
ngni Wednesday morning,
.fl22.!).' being taken from the
safe. It was the work of some
one who was familiar with the
place as the safe was opened in
Mrs. Allen and Fied who will the ordinary way and the draw-
spend the vacation
(). S. Pioslon was a business
visitor lo our cily this week.
Mr. Preston says crops in his
neighborhood look very well,
although considerably backward
from last year at this time.
J. C. Wooley, a former resident
of this vicinity, but now of
linker County was in the city
this week having brought in
ft eight from Ontario for local
merchants. Joe has many old
time friends here who were glad
to see him.
ONION SETS 15 CENTS A
QUART AT THE HUSY COR
Homer H. Mace has been ap
pointed deputy state fish and
game warden and is going to see
that the law is enforced in every
respect. Mr. Mace is a man
qualified for this position and has
no"Tavori(es. The game of this
Section should receive considera
tion and local people will respect
ers unlocked with keys. Checks
anil other papers were not dis
turbed. It is reported the offi
cers have an idea of the man
who did it but no arrests have
SALESMAN WANTED -To
represent Irrigation and Laud
Company of Idaho at Hums. We
oiler an attractive investment
and an attractive sales plan, and
can make a proposition to a man
of standing in this community
that beats the highest salary paid
in Harney County. The right I
deal for the right man. Give
references when answering this
Fruitland Acreage Company, Ltd. .
Hox B88, Hoise, Idaho.
WARRANT CAU.. i
Notice is hereby given that I
there are sufficient funds in the I
county treasury to redeem all!
Harney county warrants register
ed prior to February 1, 11)1 1. In
terest ceases on all such warrants
on this date. May 0, 1911.
Treasurer of Harney County.
Leonard and Emory Cole, who
are interested with C. H. McCon
nell in the Silver creek and Sil
vies irrigation project, came in
liitif Sin I nril'i v iil'miimr iiiitiirilM'l.
.,i'.l l.v .li.m.u. Kt..nli..iiKmi .lir Munu 8 and i) under similar
former state engineer of Idaho.
The latter was here to look over
the projects and check up on
some data formerly gathered.
The party returned to Vale tho
latter part of the week accompa
nied hv Mr. McConnell.
Sold by all good
Boys Fancy Balhriggan Underwear
50c. per garment
goods for every department coming
in every few days per freight teams
E BUSY CORNER STORE
Ir.hwmrtz L S!ahina.rtx
's m f vw m s0 .ml. m rr s m ss si m tw I
Newell Hall came in from the
Iron Mountain sectoin Thursday
and reports that on last Saturday
Mrs. McKenzie had her house
with all its effects destroyed by
fire. We did not learn how the
fire originated or what the loss
HllAl.Tll OlJi.TUltK To the
women and girls of Hums is of
fered a course of ten lessons in
Health Culture, as taught by
Louise Mclntyre, the well known
Chuutuqua 1 cturer and Health
culture teacher. Mrs. Mclntyre
has taught classes in many of the
cities from San Francisco lo Now
York City. The course comprises
exercises lo relievo headache,
colds, catarrh, nervousness,
rheumatism, poor circulation and
reducing flesh. In classes of
ton, course of ten lessons for
$2.r(). See Mrs. Me Hose who is
organizing the class.
NEWSUMMER WEIGHT UN
DERWEAR FOR MEN, WO
MEN AND CHILDREN AT THE
HUSY CORNER STORE.
Mrs. A J. Irwin and sons
Millard and Philip left Wednes
day morning to join Mr. Irwin.
They go lo Myrtlepoinl in Coos
county where Mr. Irwin will
have charge of a church. Rev.
Irwin's health would not permit
his continuing tho work as Sun
day School missionary in the
field to which ho was called from
hero and ho has excepted a call
to tho Presbyterian church al
Myrtlepoinl. Ho meets the
family in Portland today and
next week they will go hy
steamer to Marshlleld and from
that place to their destination hy
Is hereby given that eight grade
ivxaminntiou will he held on
governing the May examination. I
(a) Thursday Physiology.
Writing. History and Civil Gov
ernment. (b) Friday Grammar, Ari
thmetic, Geography and Spelling.
The teacher will send to the
County Superintendent the ap
plicant class standing in read
ing. Yours truly,
L. M. Hamilton,
County School Supt.
THE HEST DRESSED MEN
IN TOWN ARE WEARING
"SC II LOSS" HALTIMORE
CLOTHING. FOR SALE AT
THE HUSY CORNER STORE.
Supt. Hamilton stales the re
cent eight grade examination a
severe one and it was not such
a surprise that few passed. He
spoke of seeing in Portland papers
that many failed throughout the
slate. At The Dalles but 18
wniri iiH'eexufiil not of ii el.'iss of
10. Mr. Hamilton says the1 HOWE Ai HANKINS, Props.
papers handed in by the appli-jln Crane Flat on Calamity
cants in this county indicated Crcek. AU kims ()f Lum.
over confidence. 1 he next ex-'
animation will be held on the 8th bur n haml at reasonable
and tllh of June.
Find their interests well served
by the Savings Department of
this bank. One dollar will open
Controlled and owned by
Resources over $400,000.00
LEAN UP TIME is here. We have a good stock
of disiiifcclanlH for water sinks, cesspools, etc.,
the proper use of which will safeguard against
disease. Don't forget Ammonia when you clean house
for removing grease and stains from wood work. ?
Azoa will kill your mice and rats, and all of their Sj
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Tlie Welcome Pharmacy
The Working Capacity is Enormousof 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. The engine will pump sufficient
water in less than half hour for the average
family's daily use at a cost of not more than three
fourths of a cent.
Fits Any Standard Pump
I'nmjis 100 t( I 1,000 Gallons per Hour
Tell us about your requirements, we can meet
them; if interested in larger Engines ask for
FULLER & JOHNSON'S
Double Efficiency Engints.
W. T. SMITH
Ajent for Harney County
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DISHES AT COST
In order to get more room for my
stock of furniture I have decided
to close out my entire line of
Positively at Cost
1 have one of the finest and most complete lines of this class
of ware in the city.
INDUCEMENTS FOR QUICK SALES
G. W. CLEVENGER,
THE FURNITURE MAN
No two people are alike and no two prescriptions
are alike That's why every prescription has to be
treated in a separate and distinct manlier. You
get this individual treatment, moreover, you get
the consideration and carefulness that should al
ways be exercised where medicines are consumed
and where health is at stake.
Let us (ill your prescription, pou will be served
exact In riff lit in everp way.
The City Drug Store
REED IJRCU., Proprietors
SIDNEY k ILKES 2:41
Sire Marvin Wilkes 2:12A who trotted three heats in one after
noon in better than 2:0!) and sold and shipped to Australia and is
now (he champion I rotter and show horse of Australia. Marvin
Wilkes was the greatest race ci.lt of his day in California.
Dam, Kitty H. 12;2 IJ a stake winner and unbeaten as a two and
three year old. She hy Sidney 2;li)J, grandsire of Lou Dillon 1;5S J.
Sidney Wilkes was very fast as a two year old and trotted
one-eight mile barefooted at a HMD gait.
Ho is a dark brown 15? hands high, weight 1200 lbs and a
model harness horse.
Will make the season of 1011 at Fair Grounds, Hurns, Oregon.
For terms address,
CLAUDE McGEE, Burns, Oregon