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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1911)
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
United Stales Depositary
Oregon State Depositary
Dave Miller was in the city yes
Latest in Cloaks for Ladies at
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
Nnw fresh groceries just re
ceived at Hagoy & Richardson's
S. S. Williams came over from
Drewsey Thursday on business.
Winona wagons are the best
For sale by Harriman Mercantile
New carpets, wall paper and
rugs at. Brown's Satisfactory
Gowan for land
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Mrs.JohnDarscy.8intnoc.iy, rom p G SmiU)(
on avwit to her parents, Mr. and Jas pu.ie ftnd
Mr C. C. Frve. ., .
Mrs. C. G. Frye
Lost Gentleman's small size,
lTSSS Bunvnrd propr.etor, now has on
office. Suitablo reward.
Call on A. W
Hoss Goodlow and wife were
visiting relatives in this city Wed
nesday. Cleaning and pressing for
ladies and gentlemen at Schenk
Joe Vanderpool was over from
Silver creek the first of this
week after supplies.
Fresh supply of groceries in
cluding lard, bacon hams etc.
at Hagey & Richardson's.
The P. L. S. Co. has purchased
Creasman this week.
Thn Ilnrnov Saw Mill. II
Mrs. Scott Hayes, who last!
week underwent a ycry severe
operation at the hands of Drs.
Marsden & Griffith, is improving
Mrs. Millar has n fine lot of
fall and winter millinery on dis-
gms. Lamp-' sc t .
3K11B I i I
Wn and son
iflibtir part of
fRi9 the con
JKy$ rooms in
Hrnftjffi The even
jiUbbjTor the oc
ti!Sintcrested lvanomcntof our
A. E. Murnhy is in from Iron
Mountain. He is having a sub
stantial reservoir constructed for
irrigation purposes. II. 'C. Smith
is doing the work.
hand a lanrc amount of rough
and dressed lumber and can fill
orders on short notice. A good
road to the mill. Hurry orders
may be 'phoned in.
M. V. Weatherford. of Albany,
nephew to Judge J. K. Weather
ford, is in the city looking after
some legal matters in the circuit
court. The young man is asso
ciated with bis uncle in the prac
tice of law.
Automobiles to all parts of the
country day or night. Regular
auto stage to Prairie City. Phone
Rnttftn'pk Patterns at Luna-
burg, Dalton & Co.
FokRknt- Furnished rooms-
Mrs. Will Cummins.
Jns. Pirie was in the city this
week on business.
Wheal, Rolled Barley and Oats
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
Geo. James was down from
Tho latest Fall Coats for ladies'
at Brown's Satisfactory Store.
Geo. S. Miller has been greet
intr old friends in this city, hav
ing arrived here last Tuesday.
SALE OF LADIES' SHOES AT
THE BUSY CORNER STORE.
Tho Presbyterian Ladies' Aid
will hold a window sale on Friday
evening, Oct. 27.
New carpets, wall paper and
rugs at Brown's Satisfactory
J. H. Garrett was down from
his Emigrant creek home during
Lost A bunch of keys tied
with a blue ribbon. Leave at
Leon Jordan is reported by his
physicians with typhoid fever.
His sister, Mrs. Jones, is also ill.
Dr. L. E. Hibbard lefton Wed-'
ncsday, Oct. 11, for a visit to the
southern part of the county. He
will be absent from his offico for
Burns flour, wheat, rolled bar
ley, oats and bran at Brown's
Mrs. .1. Percy Geddes, of Van
couver, B. C, arrived here Tues
day on a visit to her aunt, Mrs.
Wm. Miller. She will remain
here for three or four weeks.
F. A. Cole's "Harold Welcome"
made a fine record tlnJ other day
over the Spokane track. He won
three straighthea tain 2:111, 2:13J
2:11 J on a half mile track which
is remarkable time.
Strayed Large bay gelding
limnrlod DO with bar over on
left stifle last seen near Bunyard's
Now carpets, wall paper and
vrugs at Brown's Satisfactory
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Pnrtnr nml Rnn imvfi Oncned a I Al"- ', ...
fruit stand In the Hissner build-1 J. T. Barnes and wife left yes-
ing and will keep a supply of all terday for Arkansas where they
will spend tlie winter wun om
time friends and relatives. "Their
many friends hope they will enjoy
kinds of fruit on hand.
for your winter's fruit.
Thos. Duke took his departure
vnalrdnv mnrnintr for Ran Fran-
cisco. Ho was one of the brick 1 Lost-At the fair grounds or
layers on Tho Times-Herald's new. on the way to the city, a lady's
office building, the brick work gold watch, hunting case, Wal-
havingbeen completed he went tham make. Iundcr please rc
out to find employment at his turn to this office or to Mrs. Thos.
trade elsewlnre. Sprague.
KiTivm onrM 1
8 our new stock of
lUufiry and In order to make room quickly, we will inaugurate a
rammoth Sale of Ladies Shoes
INDAY, OCTOBER 16, ion
CONTINUE TWO WEEKS
NOTE THESE PRICES:
Shoca for $2.05 $.'1.75 LadicH SIioch for $3 10
Fresh Candies nt
Best (lour (guarantee) $8.50
bbl. Harriman Mercantile Co.
L. L. Clark is up from his home
to receive medical attendance.
SALEOF LADIES' SHOES AT
THE BUSY CORNER STORE.
Save trouble and inconvenience
hy taking Sunday dinner at the
the Burns For good seed rye go to Dr.
. E. Hibbard.
Best canned corn $71.25 a case
Harriman Mercantile Co.
Pull .in nC T .Mumriir'a fnnfV linv
chocolates at E. B. Reed & Sons.
Rye, Oats, Wheat and Barley
for sale. Chas. H. Davis,
Bailey Hayes has recovered suf
ficiently from his recent opera
tion to return to his home at Law
en. Geo. 0. Savage of Salem has
been visiting with old acquaint
ances in this city during the
PaooKi:ssivu Fakmes Feed
ground grain. W. A. Goodman
will steam roll or grind your grain
at your granary. See him
Homer Reed and family took
their departure Tuesday for Port
land where they contemplate
spending the winter. Homer's
health has not been good for some
time and it is hoped a change in
climate may benefit him.
B R. Porter of Corvallis
Everything for evi ry
the I.nnaburg, D.ilum
Have your winter's wood up
so the wood saw mnn can grind
and saw both at one trip.
Mrs. C. C. Lumly is in the city,
having come in to look after mat
ters pending in the circuit cqurt.
The Pastime Peel room has es
tablished a free employment bu
reau which is most convenient to
farmers and laborers. One may
register free of charge. Those
needing help may 'phone to the
If you have young children you
have perhaps noticed that dis
orders of the stomach are their
mot common ailment. To cor
rect this you will find Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
excellent. They are easy and
pleasant to take, and mild and
for ' gentle in effect. For sale by all
Estkayeij OK Stolen- From
the Buchanan range one bay filly
branded NE connected on left
shoulder; one brown filly all four
white feet and white face also
big white spot on side, same
brand blotted; one Jenny dark
with mnnlv nnints same brand
l and quarter circle C on left stifle.
ar-1 Suitable reward for information
i-ivwl lioro TWsflnv He enmss ' leauinir to the recovery of these
...; , ., ;mnint ,..n-! animals or notify J. W. Buchan
: I . 1 tV I I III-..l 111 till I1IIIIU1 LU lib I 14 a
ter case nendirig in the federal
court. While here is a guest at
the home of his daughter, Mrs.
an, Buchanan postoffice.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton,
Ohio, purchased a bottle of
rjinmhprlnin's Cnwh Remedy
i fnr Viia hnv whn htifl n cnlfl. nnrl
The products selected from the ' before the bottle was all used the
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exhibits at the Harney county fair
to be used by the railroads and to
compete in the eastern land shows
have been packed and shipped.
Only the hardy vegetables and
grain were selected and Harney
county need not be ashamed of
the specimen sent out.
boy's cold was gone. Is that not
better than to pay a five dollar
doctor's bill? For sale by all
brand canned and classed goods
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rhw mill. Suitab e rewaru lor Must onenou at r... u. neeu a: son s
information leading to recovery
Is hereby given that Annual
Teachers' Institute will be held
nt Riirns. Orecron. October 1G. 17
A complete line of Monopole I and 18. All teachers are expect-
reduced, Lace and Button,
Slippers and Ties
amnn hmknn lots of "Selz" and Barton Bros, shoes
foill be placed on the bargain counter at specially low
IT WILL PAY YOU TO LUUIi AT TiUSM
BUSY CORNER STORE
wartz I. Schwartz
nf fuimn. H. DENMAN.
Miss Hazel Cozad came over
from Grant county last week and
spent a few days with relatives
in this city. She returned Tues
day to attend the teachers' insti
tute which is now being held in
Clifford Reed arrived home last
week from Portland and other
points. He has purchased a third
interest in the firm of Reed Bros,
in tho drug store and will hence
forth take an active part in the
Judce Wm. Smith of Baker,
who had been holding court for
Judge Biggs last week, took his
departure Sunday for his home.
Dist. Atty. McCulloch also went
out tho same afternoon en route
to his home in Ontario.
Fou Sale or Trade -10 acre
tract O. V. L. Co's. land Si NEi
SW1 section 13, township 37 S.,
range 3G E.. W. M., in Harney
county, for sale or traded for
Oklahoma property, G. M. Mal
vern, Sterling, Okla.
Burns flour, wheat, rolled bar
ley, oats and bran at Brown's
Judire Bices called court Thurs
day and the business was started
in the usual manner. A jury was
drawn in a case and the trial
readv to nrocced when it was dis
covered it was Columbus Day, a
legal holiday, therefore court was
adjourned. Judge Biggs has
found tho docket quite long and
is anxious to wind the term upas
be has matters demanding his
attention in Malheur county.
J. 0. Bunyard was one of tho
exhibitors at the county fair.
Ho showed some fine apples and
also somo potatoes that had been
grown repeatedly on the same
ground for ten years. .Theso
"spuds" were fine in every par
ticular and gives one an idea of
tho fertility of Harney county
soil and explodes the theory that
rotation is necessary. Of course
it is no doubt best to change tho
nature of tho crop ns often as
possiblo but in Harney county
it appears the soil will not wear
Representatives of tho tele
phone company at Princville wero
here recently looking into the sit
uation in a business way. Tho
Times-Herald understands theso
peoplo contemplato tho building
of a lino into tho Warm Springs
country to bo made a part of their
lino between hero and Princville.
When tho present lino was pur
chased from M. L. Lewis and
associates wo (understand it car
ried also tho privilege of estab
lishing nn exchange in Burns.
Should they build a lino to con
nect tho Warm Springs section it
is possiblo thoy will put in a local
With the active co-operation of
the crange and farmers organi-1
zations the annual county fair can
be made a greater factor. This
has been promised and with prop
er support, a greater number of
exhibitors and a program of
amusement and sports of varied
nature to entertain visitors all
ed to attend unless they have
L. M. Hamilton,
County School Supt.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS.
Having leased the hunting pri
vileges, All hunters are hereby
notified not to trespass on my
land which is known as the
day instead of afternoons it will , the north line of Malheur I.ake,
be ol more benent to an. and which is seven miles soutn-
About six months ago a bay I west of Lawen.
filly came here and we have been Adam George.
unable together away since that
time. The description is as fol- FOR SALE BY OWNER.
lews: Bay lillea aoout years eve, un
OIll Willi WIlllU SUU ill luicucau
and small white strip on nose
branded with R on left stifle,
weight about 900 to 950. Owner
can have same by proving owner
ship and paying our charges.
J. W. Lee & Co
improved sage brush land in
Harney Valley, can be subirrigat
ed. 1G0 acre tract, fenced, good
1 house deep well and otherwise
improved. 1G0 acres tract unim-
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I pruveu. IIlCL'a Uliiuc iu aun m-
""" tending settlers, in o speculators
Alberson, Oregon. J nee( apply. Inquire at this office.
Tho Times-Herald family re
cently visited the hospitable home
of R. J. McKinnon Sr. and the
whole (lock was turned loose in
one of the finest and best kept
orchards in eastern Oregon.
"Uncle Bob" has devoted much
"Count That Day"
"Count that day lost,, who's low
Finds no worthy action done."
II 1..-.. . A rtMy-m innhMttP AflTIAH
, , ,. , . mere is nu muiu wuiiuj iituun,
time to his orchard and this year s that cqM (1q t0(lay than pro.
crop shows what care will oo. f ., ... !lITQodHfe
He has some very fine apples of ( jnsurance policv You are grow
good varieties as well as crabs, , . w you - noyef b ;
pears, prunes, piums, eic. ne, so , bi
POSTAL SAVINGS DEPOSITS
Resources over Four Hun
dred Thousand Dollars,
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
E. B. REED & SON
Only Strictly Grocery Store and Stock in Burns
We carry a complete stock of the best brands and
can take care of any nize order. Prices are right.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO FAIR WEEK PATRONS
Buy Your Hardware
and Farming Imple
ments for Develop
ment Purposes from
The WELCOME Pharmacy
The Place to buy CANDY
The Place to buy CIGARS
I he Place to buy PERFUMES
The Place to Get What You Pay For
The Place to Pay For What You Get
The Place you Can't Afford to Overlook
J. C. WELCOME, Jr. Proprietor
was one of the representative ex
hibitors at the county fair.
may not be insurable next week.
Write or ask me about those
children's endowments of Oregon
Life that are becoming so popu
lar all over the state.
I:. C. HRKleston, Agent.
Room 7, Masonic Building.
A GOOD POSITION.
Can be had by ambitious young
men and lauies in me neiu 01
"wireless" or railway telegraphy.
Since the S-hour law became ef
fective, and since the wireless
companies are establishing sta
tions throughout the country,
there is a great shortage of tel
ecrranhers. Positions pay begin
ners from ?70 to $S0 per month,
with good chance of advance
ment Tho National Telegraph
Institute of Portland, Ore., oper
ates under supervision of R. R.
.mil unvn1ne2 nfllninls mill nblCCS
all graduates into positions. It'iGEVT HENRY BOSCH WALL
will pay you to write them for
C. E. LEMAY
Painting, Paper Hanging, Sinn W riling
Estimates given on all classes of
Headquarters at French Hotel
Tickets to And From The East
Tho Oregon Trunk Ry. agents sell through tickets to
Spokane, Montana Points, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Chi
cago, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and
other eastern points. Deposits are accepted for west
bound tickets to be furnished persons in the east.
Portland daily leaves Opal City b;(H) a. m
Culver 8,15 n. nt., Mdolius 8:25 a. M Madras 8:33 a. in., arrive
Portland 6:00 p. m.
Through fares, train schedules, and other details will be furnished
IS. Y. Twihh, Agent, Opal City Ore. T. A. (inuuM. Aye.it, Metoliun, Ore.
11. It. Nksh, Ato.it, Culver, Ore. J. J. Hovihii, ABe.it, Madras, on
Oregon Trunk Railway
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
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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 inanher. You
get this individual treatment, moreover, you get
the consideration and carefulness that should al
ways be exercised where medicines aro consumed
and where health is at stake.
Let us fill vour prescription, you will be served
exactlu right in ever wan.
The City Drug Store
REED BROS., Proprietors