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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1911)
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litaKST oihoulAtion or
SI'ArKU IN THIS COUNTY.
JRMAY.Jl I.Y 11, 1911
: hot enough.
trance Snlo at Hellenic
ayes was n business
ur city tin's week.
and complete line of
en and flower seeds nt
n Freiman is enjoying
mher sister, Miss Alma
fof Los Angeles.
Supply of groceries in
Brd, bacon hams etc.
Cummins has lost her
nsant mm will give a
jeward for its return.
see the late arrivals
oods, shoes, ties, furn-
c. at Hagoy & Rieh-
lovenger has returned
fin a business visit to
and other outside
rench Hotel serves a
ay dinner and special
is given to family
lector returned Thurs-
a visit with old time
; the Crow Camp neigh-
3ED PRICE SALE OF
JODS AND FANCY
IT THE RUSY COR-
Bienk of the mei'chant
has gone to Portland
aring Mrs. Schenk and
jpon his return.
lays, iormerly witn u
of this city, arrived
sday from Roise and
Kn for a short time.
rer, the ban rrancisco
was here for a few
week looking after busi-
ests and visiting at the
shis daughter, Mrs. L.
D Parties to stack be-;
and 150 tons of hay at
fart of the necessary
for such job furnished
lash ready for the job
Blackaby and son of
iwere in the city last
iroute to Portland by
'rineville with a large
friends from Roise.
making the trip in
flora A. Gardner is in
Mr. Gardner are notv
in the Indian resorva-
luth Dakota and she has
interest to relate re-
, the work of civilizing
re Souix. Mrs. Gard-
they have been having
not dry weather in
Story and crops are suf-
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BURNS, OREGON "
Capital and Surplus $75,000.00
United States Depositary
Oregon State Depositary
F. M. Right, the Prairie City!
hardware and auto man,
visitor during the week. . i
Wanted Dress making by the '
day. Satisfaction guaranteed, j
Mauik Mackky, Home Hotel. ,
Alteration frcentSchenkRros. Rest canned corn $l,2T a case
C. F. Dawson is now employed Hnrrimnn Mercantile Co.
in the Burns garage. ' Kemp Hnrdisty and family
,,,. ., . . were down from Trout creek
Winona wagons are the best. , jic01uiliv
For sale bv Harriman Mercantile '
Co. . A very enjoyable social was
held at tho Catholic church
J Dr. Griffith and J. L. Gault
have run over to Rear Valley to
fish nnd will return tomorrow
REDUCED PRICE SALE OF
nuY nnnns and kanoy
A. J. Passenger has recovered G0ODS AT THE BUSY COR
from his recent siege of spotted (NER STORE.
fever sufficient to be on tho I , ' . . . , ., ,
i , For summer dinrrhoea in child
ren nlways give Chamberlain's
REDUCEE PRICE SALE OF Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
DRY GOODS AND FANCY Remedy and a speedy cure MR'
GOODS AT THE BUSY COR- certain. For sale by all good
NER STORE. Dealers.
J. V. Stanton nnd wife (nee, M. C. Dripps was in the city
Miss Etta McClure) were over , yesterday making proof on his
from Alberson the first of this, homestead. Ho was accompan-
wcek on business. ied over by Jess Davis and J. P.
,. . Ti.-.i ! . - ..i i Gearhart as witnesses. The
home Tuesday from Heppner Iat cr s s.0l Joh' a,so cnmo ovcr
where she and her little son have ' on lnnU bl,8iness
been visiting for n month. Shej The Harney Saw Mill, L. It.
is accompanied home by heriBunvard proprietor, now has on
sister. Miss Hazel Halo. j hand a large amount of rough
and dressed lumber and can fill
orders on short notice. A good
road to the mill. Hurry orders
mny be 'phoned in.
You will never again be quite
as you are today mentally or
physically. Perhaps not ever
again will you be able to get so
young" a pnotograpn-inaii school Sunt. Hamilton came
looks like you-as today. Visit, over from his farm Thursdny in
the Sayer Studio. ' his auto being accompanied by
his little daughter Evelyn, Mrs.
J. W. Buchanan and little son
and Mrs. Eichner.
turned the same day.
W. C. McKinney nnd wife nr
rived here last Saturday after
noon on a visit with relatives nnd
friends. In company "with his
father, John Gemberling andj Mrs. It. Hesseltino and daugh
Ben Brown, Will went over to'ter, Miss Marjorie, of Kansns,
the Blitzen on a fishing trip dur-' who have been visiting with Mr.
ing the week. Mrs. McKinney and Mrs. Ralph Reery in Sunset
is dividing her time among her j left for their homo Tuesday,
relatives, being a daughter of Mrs. Hesseltino is annunt to Mrs.
Capt. and Mrs. A. W. Gowan. Beery.
REDUCED PRICE 1
1GINS ON MONDAY, JULY 17, 1901
WSY CORNER STORE
All Dry Goods and Fancy Goods
REDUCED IN PRICE
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY
Come early because we are going to
sell lots of goods during this sale
IE STORE THAT ALWAYS MAKES GOOD
J. E. Chandler was among our
visitors this week.
D. S. Graves is in from his
home near tho Lake.
Rest flour (guarantee) $8. CO
bbl. Harriman Mercantile Co.
Ray Bnrroti and wife were
visitors in our city this week.
Full lino or Lowney'H fancy box
chocolates at E. B. Reed & Sons.
Cleaning and pressing for
ladies and gentlemen at Schonk
City Recorder Randall hns
moved his offlco into tho A. W,
Everything for every body at
tho Lunnburg, Dalton & Co.
Chns. Comegys nnd family
wero over from Wngontire dur
ing the week.
Mrs. II, J, Hansen loft Tues
day for Idaho on a visit to rela
tives and friends.
A mun nnd wife with two
daughters desire work on a ranch
Inquire at this office.
Mrs. M. Horlon and children
of Diamond wero the guest of
friends in this city this week.
Ralph Beery and wife were in
tho city from Sunset last Mon
day. Cnrl Welker and wife have re
turned from Canyon where they
have been for a month or more.
RHDUCHD PRICE SALE OF
DRY GOODS AND FANCY
GOODS AT THE RUSY COR
Lost A suit case, between
Burns nnd Dr. W. C. Brown's
Finder please return to II. B.
Ted and Bailey Hayes wero
among our Lawen visitors the
first of this week. They wore
accompanied by their families.
Civil Engineers Cooper &
Dodge of C. B. McConnell's
force are over near big stick do
ing some work on an irrigation
W. S. Ltytho was up from
Harriman during the week on
laud business. He reorLs crop
conditions in his section quite
E. C. Eggleston, the Oregon
Life man, is home from an ex
tended trip to Portland, stopping
for a time in Grant county while
on his way home.
EstuayiM) -A baymaro brand
ed bar X on left shoulder nnd
stille from my place nenr Prince
ton. $10 reward for her return.
II. .1. Hansen has been enjoy
ing a visit from his sister, Miss
Fannie Hansen, whose homo is
in North Dakota. Sho has been
here for some time.
Miss Mary Croxton is in tho
city the guest of friends. Sho
was accompanied in by Misss
.luliell King who hns been her
guest for n few weeks.
Thos Bainu was a visitor from
his farm near Hnrnoy this week.
Mr. Bain has one of the particu
larly favored spots in this sec
tion and nlwnys has a good crop.
W. L. Best and son Wood are
home from Klamath where they
delivered cuttle recently, Mr.
Best states tho crops in Harney
county aro the best he had seen
on this trip.
A letter just rccived nt this
ofilce from Frank Miller states
ho and Mrs. Miller wore leaving
Ashland at once for Burns.
They are expected to arrivo hero
next week. Frank didn't state
how long they would remnin.
Estkay - A brown mnro weight
about 1400, nbout 12 years old
with wire cut on right shoulder
also wiro cut on right thigh,
branded S on rightstillo nnd vent
ed S on right shoulder, blotch
ed iron on loft jaw that looks
liko 1)1). Parties claiming animal
will prove property nnd take her
by paying for this ad.
Geo. II. BoLLKNiiAuair.
Geo. J. Hnll is in tho city from
his ranch in Blitzen Vnlloy.
Grass seed at the Lunnburg,
Dalton &. Co. Department Store.
B. T, Campbell is down from
his Emigrant creek place. Ho
reports his sheep doing well.
Just recioved Waterproof
straw-hats in the lntosl shapea
and .styles nt Schonk Bros.
Pastuiu: -Seven miles from
Burns. Both horses and cattle.
$2 per month. Mrs. E. E. Ows
ley. Lyte Sagers is In from the P.
C. Petersen ranch haying Drs.
Marsden & Griffith treat an in
REDUCED PRICE SALE OF
DRY GOODS AND FANCY
GOODS AT THE BUSY COR
Rough and dressed lumber of
nil kinds now on hand at the
Williams Bros. Saw Mill, Rough
lumber $1C per thousand.
W. D. Raker of the Drewsey
Telephone Co. was among our
visitors this week looking nfter
tno interests or his compnny.
C. A. Harlan, of the First
National Bank is out on a short
vacation visit. He went over to
the Drinkwatcr home accompa
nied by his family.
Deputy Shuriir Tcrrill and fam
ily spent the week over at Crane
Creek home of Jake Carey rusti
cating and visiting. They re
turned homo yesterday evening.
I. C. Freeman and wife nro up
from California, having made
the trip in their handsome tour
ing car. They received a hearty
welcome from their many old
time friends here.
Alex C Rne of Portland is in
'this section making the nnnual
inspection of tho books of the
William Hanley concerns. Mr.
Rae has been making trips in
hero for several years for this
Chris Diueen was hurt at his
home on the South Fork of the
Malheur the first of the week by
being run over by u wagon load
ed with hay. One rib was brok
en and he received numerous
bruses. Dr. Marsden went out
nnd patched him up.
Walter Cross and dnughter,
Frank Metschan and Ben Cozad
were down from Silvies tho first
of this week. Mr. Cross was
Butterick Patterns at Luna
burg, Dalton & Co.
BoilN To Mr. nnd Mrs. Todd
Newell July M, a son.
Rough lumber $lf.00 per M. at
Mill. BlJUNS Mll.UNO Co.
New fresh groceries just re
coivc(iht Hngey& Richardson's.
Doij't over look the big Clear
ance Sale now on at Schonk
.1. A. Oard was transacting
business in our city during the
REDUCED PRICE SALE OF
DRY GOODS AND FANCY
GOODS AT THE BUSY COR
C. G Guernsey received from
the American Browing company
a refrigerator last week that will
be put together on the lot nd join
ing tho Hupprich shoe shop.
mi. r . i i n i ii
juih reingernior win noid a car
load of beer. Canyon City con
sumes annually about one thous
and eight gnllons kegs of beer
including the bottlo beer. Con
sidering that there' is nearly
eighty voters in town the per
capita consumption is only about
100 gallons to the man which is
not bad for a sober town, and
tho chances nro if there were not
several thousand gallons of wliis
key used in addition with the
beer the town would be practi
cally dry. This amount would
bo increased by one-seventh
were it not for the fact that no
liquors are sold on Sunday. Blue
YOUR BANK ACCOUNT, no
matter how small, should entitle
you to the highest degree of cour
tesy. This bank will show its ap
preciation of your patronage by
'offering you every permissible
courtesy and hospitality.
All the facilities of this institu
tion are at your service.
RESOURCES ovcr $400,000.00
Controlled and Owned by Home
If broad-minded business men
of wealth realize that life insur
ance is a sane and safe way to
mako provision for the future,
if they recognize the fact that
other forms of wealth may be in
accessible at the very moment
when they nre most in need, it
behooves the rest of us to look to
our duty in this regard. Oregon
Life offer you the best contracts
of life and investment insurance.
You can have no more than two
excuses for refusing to take in
surance. You hnven't health or
you do not love your family.
'LEAN UP TIME is here. We have a good stock
of disinfectant 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
Tb.e Welcome Pharmacy
ST A TIONER Y-
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Notice is horeby given that
bids will be received up to Satur
day, August 6, 1911 by the di
rectors of District No. 17, at
negotiating for Mr. Metschan V l,. 0rogon for n schoo,
The Times-Herald calls atten
tion to tho big nd of tho Luna
berg, Dalton & Co. Department
Store. It enumerates many of
the articles carried nnd shows
the stock carried by this firm to
bo largo and varried, If there
is anything they've over looked
in that big store that could bo
desired by its patrons it issimply
an over site and will no doubt
bo supplied if their nttention is
called to it.
City Marshal Haines wishes
us to notify tho people who own
cows that thoy must keep them
in enclosures until the boys call
for them to tuko to pasturo. Tho
cows have been turned out of
mornings and allowed to roam at
will over tho strcota until they
wero gathered by tho boys who
lake them out. Considerable
complaint hus been made and
Mr. Haines will put all cows In
tho pound that nro found.
laud holdings in Silvies consist
ing of about -100 acres and The
Times-Herald understands the
transfer will be made at once.
Little .Jessie Shepard accompan
ied the party dowi.
Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Brown
havo been over from their home
at Diamond for several days.
Mr. Brown recently disposed of
his yearling nnd two-year-old
wethers at $2.50 and $tt per head
respectively. Ho did not know
what others were selling for but
considered it a very good price.
This is the first local salo The
Times-Herald has learned of this
The sale of seats for the en
tertainment to bo given next
Saturday night will begin om
Monday at tho City Drug Store.
This will be one of the best
evenings ever provided for local
peoplo as Miss Dodson and Miss
Cummins have some very inter
esting numbers for the first part
of the program and tho comedy,
"His Model Wife, "is full of life
and well cast. Each character
in this little comedy has good
work nnd the situations are ridi
culously funny. Wo hope to see
a big crowd out ns it is worth
building in "accordance lo plans
and specifications now on file in
The Times-Herald office. Build
ing to be completed by Oct. 1st.,
Right is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
F. Cuowi.ev, Chairman.
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Notice is hereby given that
bids will be recioved until
August 1st. for the erection of
a new school building in District
No. 7, Diamond, Oregon, in ac
cordance with plans and speci
fications now on file in The
Times-Herald oillce. The build
ing to be completed by Oct. 1,
The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids.
Clerk Dist. No. 7, Diamond Ore.
Robt. Miller and Claud Kelsay
have established a regular sche
dule for an auto line between
Burns and Prairie and from now
until tho closo of tho season the
traveling public may go to and
from tho railroad at regular in
tervals and in tho most confor
tablo manner. The boys havo
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
I 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
Iti lliu Justice Court for lltirtin Pruclni'l,
lUniuy County, Oregon
II. M. Horlon mid A, W. buyer,
Comrtnun uh llunitt Milling
John Oilorno. Defendant
To Joint Osborne, tlefumlunt nlxivef
In tho niiuiu of lliu Htiitu of Oregon,
you nru liuroliy retiulriol to nppvar ami
nnanurtliti complaint tiled iikiiIiihI you
In tlio aliovo untitled milt, wltliln alx
jcclm from tlioilatcof lliu tlrttt publica
tion of tlila notice, or plulntltTK will tuko
judgment nnalnnt yon fur the Mini of
Peveiity-ouii wild Ift-lOO (71 15) Dollar
llli fix (It) per cent lntou'l thereon
fro i. October V, 11HIH, nnd ill apply lo
the Court lor uii Older of Hulo for (he
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Kood machines and one will leave I ttIt0mi ,r)Un(, ,10lu ,, H4 nilloiM)I
minis everv siimmy, Tuesday
and Thursday each week at 1
o'clock in the afternoon. A
machlno will leave Prarire on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
following the arrival of trains.
This lino will prove popular and
Messrs. Miller nnd Kolsay should
ho well palroni7.ed. See their
nd in this issue.
TIiIh miiiiiuoiih Ih puhlMied In Tin
Tlmu.urald u uekly m "paper pub
lUbi'd t IIiiiuh, Oregon, by order of I ho
ituderhliiued Justice of the I'eiice for
lluriiH 1'reclncl, tnudu on the Dili day ol
June, Mill Thoduleof the firm publl
Cation of thin tuiumioiiH la Juno 10, IUII
Jimtluoof the I'earo for Hums
Precinct, lliiruey County, Oro.
BURNS-PRAIRIE AUTO LINE;
A1IIXRR & KHI.SAY, Proprietors V I
Leave ItiiniH every Sundtiy, Tuesday nnd Tlmrtidny, I p, in, '
Leave Prairie following arrival of train Monday, Wednesday, I'rldny '
TICKliT AdRNCIUS IUJRNS (lAUAOH, I'lUiNCII IIOTIU. '
Reasonable amount of baggage allowed each passenger (
LARGE, ROOMY, COMFORTABLE CARS
No two peoplo are alike and no two prescriptions
aro alike -That's why every prescription has to be
treated in a separate and distinct manner. You
Ket this individual treatment, moreover, you get
the consideration and carefulness that should al
ways be exercised where medicines are consumed
nnd where health is at stake.
Let uh fill uour prescription, you will be served
exactly right in every way.
The City Drug Store
REED BROS., Proprietors
400t.1000 Gallons Per Hour
Plenty of Water Whenever and Wherever You Want It j
No trouble! No workl No numpinr' in tho freezinir
cold! The Farm Pump Encino will provide alt the water
you neeu for tno House, dairy, bam, feed lot, pasture
unvwnere you want it.
Works right outdoors In tero weat.ier. Provides water nt tho
right temperature no Ice-packed tanks or bothersome tank
heaters. Costs less than a good wi.idralll. Does ten times as
much work. Saves two men's wsir 'i every day It runs and never J
Krumuies auoul long Hours or "loau" on the'Jou.
Attaches to Any Pump In S Minutes
Ample Power (or Small Machinery
Hns pulley (or running any hand or t jot
power machinery. Help the women (oiks
liy turnlnii tlio cream utpurutnr nnd churn,
the washta); machine uml wringer, etc. Kuns
the coin shelter, lanhiutf mill, feed i-illt.
Kriudstoue. Docs most nil the drud cry
chorea In halt usual time. All rdy fur woilt
-no !! la Ixiy, Cornell oil Its own base.
No foundation or platforms necdid. l'our
small bolts fasten It to uny pump. Nohcltn,
shafts, arms, wnlklnir beams or anchor potts.
Uuslly moved anywhere 0,1 11 whulburrow.
see tue tngino at wont
wo nave a farm tittup ungino on cxnioi
tlon In our show rooms. It Is at work most
JBl H CO
all day doing the kind of work that Is most
tiresome to the farmer, llrlmr In the family and
us show you how this lrftrm I'uuip llucluo will do your hardest winter work at small cost.
W. T. SMITH, Agewt