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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1911)
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the lute arrivals
show, ties, furn-
Haey ft Rich-
dings on hlsresi
r uiB. new hciwoi
tag delivered on
vill begin thisifall
lay maro weight
on right Bhoulder
stiflo and bar P L
ft stifle. Notify
iy, Burns, Oregon
a Dr. Grifllth .inn
er, whose serious
m to tire family
g to improvet ho
m for homo -the
more is pleased to
ie public tnaFsho
ve of thej'Victor
ig u., lormony
3ns. Call arid seo
f sample before
where. ' f
iden has been, for
v from his studies
n account of- his
bump on the head
go while scuffling
ty house witlfael
striklng hi1 head
r'g knee which nf-
He went to San
treatment but so
1 very little relief,
'ortland for trcat
3. Dixon!& Cogh
ped the injury is
arid that he may
to resume his
of additional deponitora' securi
ty was added by the directors of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at the regular mcclinf on October
4th, 1911, at which lime the Surplus
Fund of the Bank waa incrcancd from
$55,000.00 to $60,000.00.
of the capital of this bank is now rc-inforccd by
of earned Surplus thus affording our
depoiitors an unusual degree of sufcl
Capital : : $25,000.00
Surplus : : $60,000.00
United States Depositary
Oregon Stale Depositary
Vulcanizing nt Gombcriing's.
Tom Allen was in from the P
Ranch this woek.
Latest in Cloaks for Ladios nt
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
We have had a touch of real
winter weather this week.
Reed Bros give 100 piano votes
extra for every prescription.
New fresh Groceries just ro-
ceived. at Hagoy & Richardson'B.
Winona wagons are the best.
For sale by Harriman Mercantile
Lloyd Johnson and little daugh
ter camo up from Lawen yester
day. Now carpctn, wall paper and
rugs nt Brown's Satisfactory
Five hundred score cards and
pencils at The Times-Herald
Pure bred Bronze turkeys for
sale. Mrs. L. R. Wilfong.Lawcn,
A. Esrli and wife came over
from the farm home at Wagon-
Mrs. Millar has a fino lot of
fall and winter millinery on dis
play which the ladies should call
and see at once.
Dikd Tuesday night, Nov. 7,
the ninc-months-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Slocum from
Vulcanizing at Gemberling's.
Call on A. W. Gowan for land
Barred Rock cockerels for sale
W. M. Harvey, the Lakcvicw
horse buyer is in this vicinity.
Cleaning and pressing for
ladies and gentlemen at Schenk
'Carrol Cecil and son Homer
were in the first of the week.
Call at Carter & Son's for veg
etables and fruit. Hissner build
ing. Reed Bros, give 10 votes for
every cent purchased at their
store in jewelry.
Fmah sunnlv of irroceries in-
eluding lard, bacon hams etc.
at Hagey & Richardson's.
The Harney Saw Mill, R. L.
Bunvard proprietor, now has on
hand a large amount of rough
and dressed lumber and can fill
orders on short notice. A good
Lroad to the mill. Hurry orders
may be 'phoned in.
J. C. Bowen and wife and little
daughter arc here from Baker
county on a visit to Mrs. Bowcn's
parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank
Davey. Mr. Bowen brought in
some fruit and fine tomatoes
from his Eagle farm.
Automobiles to all parts of the
Buttcrick Patterns at Luna
burg. Dnlton & Co.
Fay Comegys was in the city
Tuesday on business.
Foil Rent Furnished rooms
Mrs. Will Cummins.
Wanted-Horses to pasture Department Store.
and winter. Chas. Wilson
"Wheat, Rolled Barley and Oats fallen during this week helps but
flir. auU Mrs. I.. O. oiutum num , . , , r..'
pneumonb. The family live Ini d ' "lv "jg.
i. wicmnn uW The, auto stage to Prairie City. I ho
ihn WiReman residence. The
father was away from home at
the time of the littlo one's death
being enrouto from the railroad
with freight. Ho was summoned
and arrived for the funeral which
was hold Thursday afternoon
services being conducted by Rev.
C. C. Babbidge. The bereaved
parents have the sympathy of
John Marshall was down from
Harney yesterday bringing a
little pig down to Hansen's shop
that dressed 253 pounds. That's
some pig at tho prices that pre
vail these days and brought John
about as much money as a good
sized beef steer.
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Otup tliat winning
i wafhn underwear; it increases bodily corn
id saves doctor bills.
?8 ome broken lots of hearty fleece lined mens underwear
i cotton, mixed goods and all wool. They are jvst what
m need for the winter.
lar prices are from $1.50 to $2.50
W.bile ithey last they are yours for
05c. per garment
WINDOW AND BARGAIN COUNTER
Le mens hats; only one or two of a
Imong them are Stetsons, Conquerors
SrQfd's in classy snappy shapes. All go at
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
The latest Fall Coats for ladies'
at Brown's Satisfactory Store.
A. W. Hurlburt was a business
visitor to our city on Tuesday.
New carpets, wall paper and
rugs at Brown's Satisfactory
Burns flour, wheat, rolled bar
ley, oats and bran at Brown's
Wntch for the bulletin at Reed
Bros, every Friday and see stand-
of Piano Contestants.
Harold Johansen and L. H.
McPhail were in from Buchanan
Tuesday assisting neighbors in
making-proof on land.
Go to tho White Restaurant
for Chicken Supper Wednesday
and Sunday evenings.
J. E. Stoy, Prop.
C. A. Schapcr was over from
Diamond a few days this week.
He was accompanied home by
his daughters Anna and Minnie.
John Benson expects to be here
again about tlie zum wun zuu
sacks of apples. Weather con
ditions may delay him but he is
THE NEW LADIES' COATS
JUST RECEIVED AT THE
BUSY CORNER STORE, ARE
THE NICEST EVER SHOWN
Progressive Fakmes Feed
ground grain. W. A. Goodman
will steam roll or grind your grain
at your granary. See him for
The press committee of the
Ladies' Afternoon Club is invit
ed to send contributions of inter
est to us as often as it desires.
We would gladly give publicity
to its work were we given the
Telephone for help or situations
wanted to the free employment
bureau, installed by the proprie
tors Pastime Peel Hall The
popular meeting place for all.
The best brand of cigars and to
bacco only. New Billiard and
J. R. Jenkins, the Steens
mountain sheepman, came in the
first of this week on business.
Mr. Jenkins has been suffering
from rheumatismbut is improv
ing some. We advised him to
take a rest but he says he hasn't
time. His energy has counted
in his success and he wishes to
remain active in his duties.
There is disappointment ex
pressed over the announcement
that Dr. W. S. Holt will not be
able to reach here to participate
in the installation ceremonies at
Presbyterian church tomorrow.
Dr. Holt had been in Nevada and
returned to Portland by way of
San Francisco. A delayed train
caused him to miss connections
in Portland in time to reach here.
A telegram makes this announce
ment to Rev Dr. Babbidge.
The auto trucks are expected
at any time from Bend with
freight A press dispatch of tho
first of the week says: The auto
truck companies have arrived
and will take out their first loads
this week to Burns, Bill Hanley,
the millionaire ranchman of Har
ney County, has a large shipment
of freight thnt will go out on tho
first truck. A line will also be
oiwrated from Bend to Silver
Lake and other Lake County
Mr. Fellows infornies Tho
Times-Herald that he and Mr.
Wheeler formally took over the
Horton light plant last Monday
and hopo to have it in operation
by tho 15th of this month. Pa
trons have been patiently wait
ing for service again and it is
hoped the system on Emigrant
may be completed and in readi
ness before low water next sum
mer will prevent securing power
at tho grist mill. Tho peoplo
want and should have continuous
Joo Hunter and a bunch of
other Bend boys were hero tho
first of tho week on route to tho
lakes for some shooting. Local
neonlo who accompanied them
say tho Bend boys enjoyed it but
the shooting has not been equal
to tho usual sport this fall. Tho
migratory birds did not come in
so great numbers or havo not
yot arrived. Tho Times-Herald
man has it "in for the Bend
bunch" for thoy never let him
oven seo them, let alono invito
him to go shooting. Ho'll havo
liis gun ready for different gamo
if thoy over try such a trick again.
For good seed rye go to Dr. L.
Ask for Piano Certificates at
Best canned corn $3.25 a case, Estuayi:!) oh Stolen -From
Harriman Mercantile Co. I the Buchanan rnnuo one bay filly
Everything for every body at i b"nd1 NE connected on left
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tho Uinnnurg, Dalton (Jo. '"""".-"" -'' -"
wniiu ieei aim wniie i.icu ;ubu
big while spot on Hide, same
brand blotted; one Jenny dark
with mealy points same brand
and oimrter circle C on left stifle.
Suitable reward for information
leadincr li the recovery of those
animals or notify J. W. Buchan
an, Buchanan postofiice.
The little moisture that has
we need more.
Have your winter's wood up
bo the wood saw man can grind
and saw both at one trip.
Burns flour, wheat, rolled bj.r
ley, oats and bran at Brown's
RflMR HAnrJAWS IM MRM'K i "Tomorrow,"
HEAVY UNDERWEAR ATTIIE' man'
BUSY CORNER STORE. I T hav:e ,fo mu l gucss:
1 1 know it is the safest plan,
FRESH WALNUTS, AL- To 8ave ,ny children from dis-
MnMn 1?ATTM riTPP ANT ' ...
CITRON, LEMON & ORANGE jAn(1 whcn thc morrow came
PEEL AT THE BUSY CORNER , nrnIlnf,
said the languid
Remember the animal Thanks
giving ball by the Mothers' Club
in tho new hall in Thc Times
Herald building on Friday, Dec 1.
Help the play ground fund.
The Mothers' Club bazaar will
be held Dec. 8 and 9 this year in
the big north store room of The
Times-Herald building provided
it is not occupied by a permanent
tenant on those dates. The
ladies will have six booths this
year and are ambitious to make
They placd him gently in a box;
At break of morning he was
As dead as Julius Ceasar's px.
His widow now is scrubbing,
floors, and washing shirts,
And splitting wood, and doing
fifty other chores.
That she may rear her wailing
"Tomorrow," said the careless
"I'll take an hour, and make my
purchased a strip of land adjoin
ing the play grounds that must
be paid for.
The Mothers' Club- will give
the usual annual ball on Friday
night, Dec. 1. This is thc
Thanksgiving ball but the club
always gives it Friday instead of
Thursday. The ladies will give
their ball in the new hall in The
Times-Herald building which will
be completed by that time. It is
possible the opera chairs will not
reach here by that date but other
wise the hall will be ready for
the big party. The ladies will
use one of the stage dressing
rooms for a kitchen and will
serve supper on the big stage,
tho scenery being taken out of
the way. The proceeds from
this dance and supper go to the
childrens' play grounds.
exceptional sales as they have I And then if I should pass away,
! - . - . .... iTn .i.ifr, nm Irwla will knnu' nn
The wife and kids will know no
The morrow came, serene and
The weather mild, with signs of
Thc earless jay was placed on ice,
Embalming fluid in his brain.
Alas, alas, poor careless jay!
Thc lawyers got his pile of cash;
His wife is toiling night and day,
To keep the kids in clothes and
Tomorrow is the ambushed walk
Avoided by the circumspect,
Tomorrow is the fatal rock
On which a million ships are
Enough said. SeeEGGLESTON,
The Orenon Life man.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'siTrn hT.Tiw Ijm Office
lluruft. Ortguii, .Stnembvr 3. I'll
Notlre in hereby given tliat Kay ComcRjn, ol
NarroWB. Oregon, who on April 3, l'HW, and
March .H. 1910. made Home lead Kntry No. 'Jill,
serial 01171, arid llomeiicad Entry Serial No
nuifl. fiirtluv Inr V.MK. BWNEli and
Nskii yeition :, Township '25 ti., UanceSO E ,
Willamette Morldlan, ha filed notice ot lnten
lluu to male Muil Ave ear I'roof. toeataMlsli
rlalm to the land aboe deacrlbcd, before thc
KeKlBter and lie elver, at Hurni, Oregon, on
tho l?th d of lieceratx r 1911
Claimant nainea as wilnefKPK
William '1 IlardHcll and rhlllp (1. Smith
hoth o! Ilip-ni tircKn A. W Hurlburt and
Alciamler Mikcntte Uith ol Narrows, Oregon.
Wu. Kabhk, IlCEitter.
Room 7, Masonic Building.
C. E. LEMAY
Paintiug, Paper Hanging, Sign V ritmg
Estimates given on all classes of
AfiF.ST IIFNRY ROSCIl WALL PAPER
Hoadnuarters at French Hotel
FEATURES OF THIS INSTITUTION
This bank is conveniently locat
ed; it has a record of continuous
success and honorable dealings-since
its establishment, and is well known
in Harney County and vicinity for
its painstaking attention which it
extends impartially to all patrons.
Accounts, whether large or
small are always welcomed.
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
RESOURCES over 3400,000
Buy Your Hardware
and Farming Imple
ments for Develop
ment Purposes from
E. B. REED & SON
Carry a full line of
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Some late arrivals are
TEA GARDEN MINCE MEAT IN BULK
BULK OLIVES. BULK SWEET PICKLES. BULK
DILL PICKLES, SWEET CIDER. SALT MACKEREL.
SALT SALMON. FUEL CREAM CHEESE
Prices The Lowest For High Grade Goods
Gii-e us a call Ask for trading stamps icith your purchase
The WELCOME Pharmacy
The Place to buy CANDY
The Place to. buy CIGARS
1 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
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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
I l.nvr. nun nf ilm finest and most COiniilctO HllCS Of tlllS clllSS
of ware ill tho city.
INDUCEMENTS FOR QUICK SALES
G. W. CLEVENGER,
E FURNITURE BV1AN
THO HUB CITY OF CENTRAL OREGON
IT WILL BE THE RAILROAD CENTER Logical point for railroad shops
The next few years will show wonderful development in
this section the future "breadbasket of the Northwest"
A PEUTINENT POINT The largo amount of
Capital that will la invc iid bv tin Wellington Trust
Company, in tin Cit ot Wellington, aud the sur
rounding ttrrit)r,, will bo of itvuieudous advuntagc
in tin grow th and trade of Bums an will. Thty may
well 1). named the SISTER CITIES.
Note the Splendid Prop sed Improvements in Well Well
ingeon: A $50,CC0 liUlLUlNOb FOR QtNtL' L MESOUAKUISE. A $21,860 BANK
BUILDING. $2MH JIOBEfiN HOTEL. A STOAR BL'Er FACTORY
A CKUG STORb.
All business strwtu 100 ft. wide-residonce streets
80 ft. wide-20 ft. !i ys. All lot SO x 120 ft.
A railroad from liurns t Wellington is contemplated and
the extension of the Hill lhui from Bend will nnss through
Wellington, while the proposed Harriman lino from Klumath
Falls to Ontario will eros tlu Hill lines at Wellington.
WELLINUTON LOTS BOUGHT NOW WILL PROVE A SAFU
AND SPLENDID INVESTMENT. Write to
Wellington Trut Co., Suite. lIO-tat6 Ym BWb., 1'ortlainl, Ore.
NOTE-Tlie Wellington Trust Company has now in ifreBB
a beautiful 23 page folder on Central Oregon, which will be
of interest to all residents of this section.