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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1911)
WE GUARANTEE- WE GUARANTEE-
all Utiriel oeil J ui tnbvn hut ' ,.cm TTery order Willi prompt
II wool, of iaptlor t!iie mill -if . k i i..t to fulfill every requlrc
lHlncimlllr. '' lour em tirnu
WE GUARANTEE- WE GUARANTEE-
the trlnimlofa tote lumrirl re k nmhlp to bv the bcl
bllltroMho material n-l '-ti -k.l ullaborran proOuee.
Toakel.ari nich n..th. . m.i. t lllk ClolllCS ICltll US
m Hint full to iriveiil"liiie i
SCHENK & WILLIAMS
MERCHANT TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS
Burns. Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
tion where Mrs. Hudspeath had
lived for so many years.
Only a few weeks ago her son
win nnu urouRnt mo remains ui ,,,, cnnu
his father over from Sumpter. nu,ri ,C00K'
and placed it in the family lot in
the Hums cemetery, having tak
en the body from its temporary
grave there in compliance with a
request of the father before his
Deceased was born m Ireland I
and was married in Independence
Missouri on Nov. 5, l.5 and the
family came to Hai..ey Valley in
1S85 where she had since resided
up to two years ago when she
nnil her Into husband went to live
with their son Will at Sumpter.
She is survived by three sons and
two daughters. Hobt. N., of this
city. Thos II. of Prairie City,
William U . of Sumpter: Mrs.
.lulin I In. ..nan. of Haker, and
Mrs. Sarah A. Zievrs of Lewis
The bovs found many old time
friends here to sympathise with"
Our genial neighbor lieorjte o
,,PIe Mr. and Mw. Martin Huek
. . ... 1...11. irti.ni r:rAntrers in sr
Bryning has gono to batching; no a . ''"' L.;,).,' mronlslf
nryniiig nas k""v """",, ( ,i. ir;,1's mr
and his friends say ho if" a "riiiht the homo of tlio bra m
them in their bereavement.
IU.OODED STOCK I'URCIUSIH)
Thoy snv Hint
Hoston has nothing on him when
it comes to beans and so far he
has succeeded in boiling wator
without burning it. We eongmt
ulate him on his success..
The many friends of Mr.
Richardson and daughter tta,
formerly of this pjneo, will bo
pleased to learn thoy are coin fort
ably located at JelVorson, Oro.
II. R Huntley has gone to Se
attle where he will spend the
winter. II. R states he will be
back in Valley View for the early
spring work, and alco utiles it
will not be his fault it he comQfe
An all day session of tlia
Grange will be held on December
' at the school heuse: a full at
tendance is requested as olHcors
for tho coming year will iyc
elected on that date.
Mr and Mrs. Geo. Um, aauii-
, Dec. 2nd, at 10 a. in.
"our worthy Sunday School
Superintendent. Mr. Arthur
Whitney has been busy getting
his house in order for the winter.
"There's a reason."
The belt of Valley View, Miss
Hazel Cobb celebrated her
birthday last Sunday. A number
of her friends gathered at her
home to celebrate the important
lUrrtl i- DECEMBER t. till.
One Vrr ..
Six Montt. ..
AN EVENING WITH LONGFELLOW.
The Longfellow group of the
Ladies Afternoon Club heW an
open session last night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
The program was rendered as
follows and was in two parts,
consisting of music and readings
based upon the works of Amer
ica's grand oid author.
The first section was opened
a Ex-County Judge Rector and
- ii omnnssioner smytn reuirneu, , ,, ,, , .
Piatt Randall rendered one. Tuesday from a business trip to KoV Ml- ljolloman preached a
fine baritone solos. 1 Crook county where Mr. Smyth very interesting sermotyto aji at-
purcnaseu iu neatioi young uur-'ieiuive audience on last aunnay.
ham bulls from the M. H. Biggs j ,.,.,. v. . . ,,
stock farm which are now en- . Valley View district No. 11.
route to the Smyth Bros, cattle' "eld an election on tlje litninst.,
ranch in Diamohd. Judge Hector electing two directoia. Messrs.
i'i:titio. iiik uovor iicdsi
,. iln- iinilHmlKiu-l !TI l",rl, "'
Lain- irHiwl. lUrnoy fount , Stule of
irvK.ii. nwpwt'nlli' itiHon tlit lion,
rmmtv Court t llnrnny t'omtlv Mutonl
On-g.ni, liigmntl" Win lUrrlt li iH
.,,if,in..m., Mult n.l VIiiiuih l.liimirj in
.. ((iiitntllKw limn "I"' KiiHi'ii In
I iko I'm-im-i, Ilium1) tVnntv. (Wn'i.
for lilt- HimI of Sit niimtli, us tnilnly
1- anl p x HI t'v"r pmy
r- . ...9r Qoicfsi.f'vl'rfci'if Oi.
Weaivin w position to make you a Q
prior than ;iny (iiotation submitlocl (0
by any Harney County merchant,
us thr list. A'o will sell under it. Thisc
inrlucles STUDEBAKER WAGONS, BUGQ;
M. Hotteuitz .s re-e
lected clerk; the district also
voted a ten mill tax to help pay
for the now school houte which
is under construction; it is 24x36
The closing number was a
r ading of Longfellow's poem.
"The Day is Done." by Mrs.
Jnhn fi. Pelev: the rendition
was in a manner as to do justice ' states tho-v re tfine animals and . Geo. Ka craft and Alfred Whit
..i,. n,. o.i n -!. ,i. come from the best stock in the ... i i iifr,i,,- ,a r..
. . uu, ..u .u. .t.. w.v ( Nortluvest Mr. Smyth is one of ', '
n.gnest praise ior me reader. our progressive stockmen who
Mrs. Gustave A. Rembold was ' has been in the business long
accompanist and much of the enough to realize that the better
success of the evening's musical st"c,k are most profitable.
urogram was due to the masterly i c ' A,-, V,t ' ,i i" .. '.:. 'i ! ami a ciwllt t our entt rpns-njf
way in which the keys resionded I Bed and'0ther points "while ab-'settlement
to her touch. isent. Judge Hector says there" Geo. Cobb has gone to Vale for
A souvnir program with a pic- J is no better auto road in the state nnolher oiu (,f freiht: we hope
ture of Longtellows study was """ im , ",, . the winter dont catch him on tho
PTidedfor the guests Ltajt; "iSa.tMo'tl! road
refreshments were served. The, the machine. Geo. Raveraft has moved hig
husbands are ready to respond to 'fimily b.c' to his hours end
another open session. I aj. Huston completed taking ' from Burns.
' the school census of this district
A PIONEER CALLED i the first of this week, and there
" I are 3F0 children of sehool age
r, t..i: ti.,.in. i r in the district This number is
mid. ouii.t liuuaiJcmu, ttcu
with a piano solo by Mr. James ', died at the home of her
Locals received later. "
The newly-weds Dr. ainf IJ-a.
Gates received the blessimr ot
Fellows which was greatly ap
preciated; "Longfellow's life as
told in his poems," by Mrs. J.
W. Geary, followed and was il
lustrated in song by the hostess
in her usual delightful manner.
The second section was con
ducted by Mrs. John C. Foley,
reading from the author's work.
son, Wm. Hudspeath, near Sump-!
ter. last Friday night. Nov. 21.
Mrs. Hudspeath was ill but a
few hours the direct cause of her
death was rheumatism which at
tacked her suddenly and went to
her hearL The remains werej
brought here for burial the ser-
vices being held Thursday after
noon at the cemetery by Rev.
Father Roman. Her sons, Wil-
a considerable gain over the 1910 the Grange at a reception tender-
census- cd to them at the home of the
Reatns for al all sizes and
' engths, price 20 cents per foot.
Any one ttesirng K'nitn address
W. A. Ford of J. 0. AHmtsop.
ITEMS riWM VlLLEV IUW.
The Loyal Neighbors met at.
the home of Mrs. 0. V. Cobb,
f ?!- r !!- 1" :il i r i rrt m
mnes aianaisn ueing mus- nam oi sumpter. ana inomas ot near inwon on Thursday after
trated in a well acted miniature Prairie accompanied the re- I(Jon oflastveek Th,'re was a
pantomime, by Miss Agnes Fo,-y m er to hpl. . Kood attendance of ladies and a
r n i r rr-stm i riAi rkai r-t irA sr i - - - .
j , n s chidren and the many
ana unanes ruiey.
chidren and the many warm pleasant afternoon spent in sew-
friends of the family in this sec- ing.
parenfii. Mr. and Mrs.
Monday, Nov. 27th from
1 p. m. to 5 p. in. Congratula
tions were iii order Dr. and
Mrs. Gates will make ihoir home
at Iji Grand. Ore.
Mr. Geo. Raycraft has added
to the attractions of the district
by erecting a fine hou.se for his
large family which they now -cupy.
The Grange will tender a re
ceptton to the newh widdtnl
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" U.UI It ill lift
Jim (VOtiiiuvr jit Cleit'lU'tTs"
T MtOorinio- ' , . . , , ,
jiiiIumtk1 Itough and dn-r-eil luniU'r tf
lioilUlilall kinds now on hand at the
A c Lynfli j WiIliam- Hiiw. Sjiw Mill. Rough
Jnim- l!-i..iii'n(i.i.illmh.r$ir) er thomwnd.
I'rmi- CnnllWil. , ...
viiv.iii You will find that drujrgwlH
A h'l'.V'r? ovorywhero speak well of Cham
(WllfUi, ... . I ,h J MM.
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Ntir,.. Iiural.viilvt.il tlt-t nil WnlriM- l" v uukh tvo.m.,. -,
iir thu sr.i tiV ufj-im.ry loi. iii ' know from lonjt e.xpericnco m
mitfiiie.l will apply in tin. CtMiniy tlie sale of it that in cases of
0.rorlotU.BSUtlo..l()..;tii forlttrmty'nghsand COllls it CJM ftlway
be (leiwnded upon, and that it is
pleasant and safe to take. For,
ilc by all dealers.
Milieu op snr.KirF siu: '
FOR SALK BY OWNER.
1 section, (VW acreH. level un
improvtHl sane hrush land in
Harney Valley, canbesubirriffat
h1. 100 acre tract, fenced, goiid
Ik)u deep well and otherwise
Prices made tosuit in
tending settlers. No speculator
....I ...M. ,,.! iliMiiirM-iiiri.li. fml ,,l ! '"PtM Bltpiy. lrHIUireHl IMSOmee.
H vii .1 no O.iu Iliiiiilrmltlil)..llit'r nti
Oinmlv tor tl. liit-nrr Im-nttoiiwl in tint
Kv virtue u! nn ex will ion tl nnlir
lr iltlly ir-iinl l.y I Ik- clrrL ill Him Clr-
nt ifttHt n III.. rmity tf lluriir,rlutt
nf OrifMi. ilatwl llir 11 tiny of I)rrtuitr
IWII. Inniv.lnin iti-linn in llir cin-illt
rtiqrt ol llir rtiiilnMinty ami Mato wliurp.
in C II Vtxnely "" plitiiiliir nvoti-rl
ItHlKitifitl -Rain-it !:. II. Hill, (or tliumini jmnroved
., . .ir imtKiimi ..iiiii)-uiiu nmi ii ir
t -. liiin.lu-U l)ollnrs(l',tl IH-imi
E. B. REED & SH
Carry a full line of 1
FANCY AND STAPLli
. Some late arrivals art
Th'A GAlWhW MINVK MRATISm
nri.K (turns, hulk swret nckup
DILI. I'ICKUiS. SWKKrCWKtt, SALT Via
SALT SALMON, FUEL ('It RAM did,
Prices The Lowest For High Grain
f.itr iu ii rvi ,tai lor trading iImijh WUforW
WE HAVE IT HE
m " j ii. i -
UiVerytning- tnat our long expnenee lias tound needed by peop) e ci
THE HARNEY VALLEY COUNTRY
Build Up Your Own Town and Community
by trading with your home merchants
LUNABURQ, DALT0N & C
have established and will maintain an up to date department store.
A few of the thousands of articles carried in stock enumerated below
Dry Goods i ares of all kind Entertainment
tln L'nil il tv i.l IV't.ilwr KM I
Xolim i. ln-n.liy civoii tlml I will on
M,-.l..-i..i tin. i,.i .i.v,.r i,.,,,.,. ,.ii i'mtki. iTtTK i tvi.irri r.
., , , , . ., ,. i, ' , ' llunm. urwi. lhMrubt I, Ml
tli.. front d.r ol lliH Conn II.h1.u Nulllv n.,,1,, ,u .,, .
Iliirnii.raHl roiinty am nlaU'.nt 2oViwL l cmiii, tBrfuai i. m vhwIim i:
,,..,.. . ll9ml.-lloiIMil.r.l5klil(t,
. in ! mill lu roll nt pilt.lii- aikIhh -rtlo uibl.-ii . K-.ir ,t i., win
I lli. l.itfl.Mt hl,l,l,.r I.. r ,-!, II... f,JI l' 'M'. nii.IBU...l Inl.atHW I
c l -l.-M-riliMl irop.-rt)t tn.wil:
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. nhli,. in null, raiiK ,'W t, tv. u
1 nn. r1 j 11I Frctlnn 3(, liiwiiDliip -10
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1 1 -I.. in ' t ..I vMotion M. Iimimliii-I0i.iiiili
' 11 i;.. III. H4Kt, . 11.
ir w. itiurlitlivri-of ah may lt nm-
r hi tli,. milliner prrviItl l.y law. To
1 n-f lUf khI-I jiiilinunt in fim.r .f tin-
II irvlly nml ih.-hI.ifI llir n.ii.l ilr-
i I i:. II Hill, illi inlrriwl tlii-ri-oii
- - il"- --'inl iluy ..f (kmkr 1011 at th
, - I .ix iri-.iii lii-tlirr Mitliull rwU
11 .11 i.iirn.iiii-niH null liiivc or mi)- m-.
I A. K. Itieiuiiiiiiiis, Kiriff.
11. Uim Tkhkiix, l)(.-inty.
IUie.tliis Int iJ.iy of DurHinbur I'll I it
I'- irua, Oriion.
iu4 KIBnl rw all 1-r.ul. hi t-MaWl.h
.lalat I.. tlM ia.i.t aN,r .!. riul i-r.ifi ih
HW( ai.il Kreailrvi. at Hum. m.(..n ....
be Mk da ..I Jaaoarj . nil
I latataal u row allarr
HcruUo. Joti.iik.ia, I. II H'fliail Ml 'Dan
H Workman awl Ual' Hlllu. all at Ha. r.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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1 -llm Ut tka l.n-f aiorr ... . , ...
M'TI lalr aoj llcrrltrr at Hun.. i,r. oh
1 ihr IMlt4)ro( la-.. 1,1 u-r i-n
1 ' talwaitl iiamf.. iit ?.ni
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tlriaudrr UrK. Uti ,-rili .,( .n. tir.f .,
a . . U.lb-r
A Complete Line of Staple and
Fancy DRY GOODS includinff
Ladies Cloaks, Waists, Skirts, Sweat
ers, Shawls, Hand Bays, Beds and
Bedding, Undermuslins, Dress Goods,
Hosiery, Corsets and Corset Covers.
I Gent's Supplies
The Most Complete and Up-to-Date
Gents' Furnishing Dep't.
Men and Boys Suits and Overcoats;
Socks, Neckties, Collars and Cull's,
Cuff Buttons and Links, New Stock
of Working and Dress Shirts, Hats,
Caps, Gloves, Underwear Suspenders,
Levi Stroussand "Boss of the Road"
Overalls, Jumpers, Linen Dusters.
Rubber foot wear, Rubber clothing.
Are so representative in character
that it is possible to furnish your home.
WOODENWARE Brooms, Brushes,
Willow Ware, Water Rags, Barrels
and Kegs and chopping bowls, etc.
QUEENSWARE Fine China. Cut
Glass. Silver Deposit Ware, Mirrors,
Cooking Utensils, Pottery, Lamps.
HARDWARE Nail-, Garden Tools,
Rope, Cuttlery Full line of Tinware
Barb wirs, staples, loofing, fruit jars,
caps and rubbers; steel traps; Cold
Blast and dashboard lanterns.
friends and yourself if
a I'lKA'odUAI'H v.nh
We ban- them in slot k.
Drugs, Oils, Etc.
We mention here a few of (he very
things carried in this department.
Perfumery. Face Powder, Creams and
Solutions, Toilet Articles, Blue Vitro!,
Formaldehide, Chloride Lime, Turpen
tine, Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating
Oils, Stock and Poultry Foods, Insect
Powders and all Household Remedies.
Pure California Wines, Grapo Juice
and Liquors for household purposes.
Pure, denatured and wood alcohol.
Sal soda. Paints and oils.
THE BU iNS
ing Goods, Guns, Am
munition Fishing and
Tents, Tarpaulians &
BOOTS AND aSMOES
We are proud of this department and
can give satisfaction to all Men,
Women uiid Children. We carry the
celebrated Buckingham & lltcht line.
All Honorable Competition Met.
Our Children's Department is so
complete that we can furnish your
little ones from lop to too. We have
not overlooked the Dolls and Toys.
Of all kinds Flour, Bacon. Lud,
Honey, Grain, Graas Seed, and Feeds!
all kind of Farm Produce, Vn Mi Fruit
and Vegetable.", Evaporated Fruits
Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Valises,
Suit Cases, and Mutlcrirk Patterns.
Ul IONARY, SCHOOL SLTIMIiS
Banquet candles, Notions, Giiiftcliuiiarics,
Gasoline mantles and globes, Cobblers oulfils,
lialf-soles and lads, Tobacco and cigars.
firainand Wool Hags, Sack and
Your Business Solicited,
0. A. C. SHORT COURSKS
Ht-k'in Jan. .1, ( witinue I'OI It Wl Khs
Every citizen of Oregon is cordially invited t.i at
tend the short courses of the Oregon Agricultural
College, beginning Jan. .'I. Eleven distinctive
courses will bo oirerc-d in Agriculture. Mechanic
Arts, Domestic Science and Art. Commerce, For
estry and Music. Every course is detiirned t.
, HELP the student in Ins daily work. Make tins
INVITFD !l ),wm,lt anl profitable winter outing. N., tu
im 1 1 1 1,11, ti0n Reasonable accommodations For b.,iit,
ful illustrated bulletin, address
II. M. TENNANT. Registrar, C.iva
I Tanner' lliislnu-s Connie-
Have Opened OJtees in the i'(st
Uuililinp in liitrns, and are llnps)
and Complete Abstr&l
Title to nil Lands in Harrp
ttuy and Sell Real Est
La r ire and Small Trail-
Write Fire Insurance $
Srnnirfc Olrf I imp Cnrsi
H,()()() acre tract irrigated l
he t in Central Oregtn-J
das colonization projecl. J
All llmhivHH IntruHted To lrit Hfljj
I'rompt and Caret ut lllenlfafc
Hoonts I and 5 MaHonir Huildic
CLOSING OUT S
Short and Hired Pnnto. n Pnrilrnwi o.,jj"
.,... w . iwiutiiiu (liurnmrrc
Mms si.j, includes Farming Machinery, WiW"?!
'..-iiih' .Mippiien, Hardwan'. Pa ills. Oil , wx v.
w.ire. tiilli.ry, (JrociTien. ShfH. Cunts KurillnW'11!
THAT WILL PAV YOU TO
These jfiKKls miiHt lo movcil nt onco nml nt pH
'" H.'irnev County, j
via the Deschutes Branch of (Im
.Orcgon-Washinglon Railroad & Navigation Co.
Oilier Western Oregon Points
Bend, Redmond Youn Meat Market I
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Any and all the time.
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