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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1911)
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mafwevru uiv iiuw
o additional depositors' securi
ty was added by the directors of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at the regular meet Inn October
4th, 1911, at which lime the Surplus
Fund of the Hank wan increased from
$55,000.00 to $60,000.00.
of the capital of thin hank In now reinforced lm
of earned Surplus than afford inn our
depositors an tmuHiial degree of safely
Capital : : $25,000.00
Surplus : : $60,000.00
United Slates Depositary
Oregon Stale Depositary
Vulcanizing nt Gcmborling'H.
Vulcanizing at Goniborling'H.
Call on A. W. Gowan for land
mmfsm up from
Wimmy. He "
IjitcHi? In Cloaku for Ladies at
Browna Satisfactory Store. , Scrip,
Iteed Bros Rive 100 piano votes I B. I- Ausmus and wife were
extra J every proscription. m. the city yesterday.
... , ,i I Rubbers and Overshoes we
Cleanjhgnn fitiir' " 'mveX,n Schenk & Williams,
done by Schenk & Williams. J
, i i il Now carpets, wall paper and
J. W. Buchanan and School Satisfactory
Supt. Hamilton are in,the city. jj"jr, ' N
T. C. Albrjtlon spent several i (lmiK,(cr
days in the city during the week. 1Q V()lt,s for
New fesh grocenes just Hevoryeent purchased at their
ceived at Hagey & Richardson's. , Bl01y(n jewelry.
John Oard camo In Ihursuay. gC((lt cnttcrscn was in from
to got Borne repairs for his auto. , ,lirt Su,enH Mountain ranch this
Wipona wagons are the best. week.
I'Wimlo by Harriman Mercantile )olin witzoll was among our
w. , visitors from the lake sectipn the
Now enroota. wall paper and , first of this week
rugs at Brown's Satisfactory
FItttISnd says he
iSIStto do our
ijjfiywu in the
iMMftcd at the
MtfiSmf pass. He
mmPo give out
mmty h nt the
mitSSSt the renter
nd it Mr.
GeorKe Maisden will arrive
home this afternoon to spend a
fow weckB, being forced to rest
from liis Btudiea on account of
Fou Saw: Piano, small kitch
en stove, ueoa aim ucuuing,
dishes and kitchon utensils. Call
at Harrisons Iioubc back of the
FrcJi supply of groceries in-
cludiiic lard, bacon hams etc.
at Huroy & Richardson's.
L. E. Lauranco received the sad
ninvs of the death of hi3 father,
Or. E. kuiranco at Toronto, Can
ada, on Nov. 27th, from cancer.
Dr. Luiranco was 01 years old.
Fon Rent Furnished rooms
Mrs. Will Cummins.
Wanted- Horses to pasture
nnil winlnr. Chan. Wilson.
Wheat Rolled Barley and Oat V" tmcnl S1""'
Brow,ri's Satisfactory Store.
Ted Hayes was in town from
Lawen Bovcral days I his week.
Tho Ilurney Saw Mill, R. L.
BunvanV proprietor, now has on
liMtwl n Aiirire amount of rough
sJnnd driswed lumber and can fill
Orders bn short notice. A good
road U the milly Hurry orders
C. S. Johnaon was over from
Calamity Thursday. He informs
us his daughter is now teaching' n i, tiimirl'm.
school in one of tho districts! '
jiw. . t no limes-iieram i i.iuf.-in.n
., , ' n,m . , I by the Hudspealh Brothers to ex
Frank C. Dbble nrnved tlus .,...'. .i i, , i.
week from Portland with a fine
new Cadillac fivo passenger car.
It is of 1912 model and equipped
with all tho latest doviccs for
comfort and convenience includ
ing self starter and electric lights
He cxpecta to uso the car for
passenger service between Burns
and railroad points.
press their sincere thanks to the
many old time friends for kind
deeds and sympathy in their re
Automobiles to all parts of the
country day or night. Regular
auto stage to Prairie City. Phone
Aitcim: McGowan, Prop.
es Coats Reduced
ats in the store for Ladies
isses will be reduced one
in price until all are sold.
ForTwo Weeks Only
SWEATER COATS REDUCED
:duced one-fourth in price. Sale begins
LY, December 3rd.
ClcvcnKcr pays the highest
market mice for hides and furs
W. L. Best and daughter Miss
Ethel are in from Silver Creek.
New carpels, wall paper and
rugsnt Brown's Satisfactory
W. B. Johnson was among our
visitors from Silver creek this
BoitN-To Mr. and Mrs. Will
Forcn, Saturday, Nov. 25, a
Burns flour, wheal, rolled bar
ley, oatfl and bran at Brown's
Alfred Whitney was up from
Valley View during the week on
a visit to his parents.
Foil SaJ.i: Black Percheron
Stallion, 17 years old in spring.
Good papqrs. - Claude McGce.
Go to the. White Restaurant
for Chicken Supper Wednesday
and Sunday Avenings.
,J E. Stov, Prop.
Miss Heleiie Swain, who is
teachinir at Liwen. is in the city
accompanied by her brother
Note .the advertising space of
Young'j Meat Market & Grocery
in this issue. All the stock is
ollerci al actual cost.
Tlnnri'in Willi ntin nf niir liros-
porous stockmen of the Lawen
district, was a business visitor
to our city luesuay.
Tlin iirnneliinir sorvico tomor-
rnurnrit nt Mm Ii:mtist. Gtiurch.
Jtev. Mr. Holloman will preach
both morning and evening.
The Mother's Club will serve a
cafeteria lunch next Friday, and
Saturday in the newTimcs-Herald
hall; hot meals for both dinner
When you have a bilious attack
give Chamberlain's Tablets a
trial. They are excellent For
sale by all dealers.
Among the high school pupils
to go to their out of town homes
for the Thanksgiving vacation
were Misses Florence HoffediU
an Eva Denman.
Mw TmI FVli HiifWwent a del
icate operation last Tuesday and
her physicians, urs. niarsuen .v
Griffith, report her recovering
mnst snttafnp.inrv nt tho home of
flier mother, Mrs. Win. Miller.
Telephone for help or situations
wanted to the free employment
bureau, installed by the proprie
tors Pastime Peel Hall -The
nnnulnr mfftini' Illfl(f for all.
The best brand of cigars and to
bacco only. New Billiard and
Best Ifbur (guarantee) ?8.50
bbl. Ilrriman Mercantile Co.
Watch for the bulletin at Reed
Bros, every Friday and hee stand
of Piano Contestants.
Rye, Oats, Wheat and Barley
for sale. Ciias. H. Davis,
Tho Timos-IInralil has received
a letter from Jack Greenlee who
is farming in Tennessee asking
linur mnnv noraimmmis wo want.
as he would like to pay several
years suuscnpuuii in auvnutu m
Hank Anderson sustained aiv
uroKen leg last Aiununy iiionuiiK
in a runaway. His big six-horse
team became frightened and got
beyond his control. The saddle
horse fell and cauchtMr. Ander
son's foot. He is lesting very g
Boscanned corn $..25 a caio Stolen From tin- John Oatd
Hnrpunan Mercantile Co. ranch a sorrel gelding In I ween
Everything for over body al 'J and r yoM. small spot in
the Lunaburg, Dalton & no.,f,,B' Vdu wciKh hr,wt'e,"
4WU illiu iin n" , a H""w M'ti'i-
stOr: branded a lnzy on l ft
' stOr: hranowi a inzy - on i it
SALE)F LADIES AND M ISSES, ghouI(,t.r, SmtHt)1(. r(,wan) ,r
COA'"S AT THE BUSY COR-linrmn,ti(,n ,ittit u. im n...-
NEISTORE. Liy. Mk Maicy A. Oaimi.
tllJiU ftrMt ttflllfll iktl.iil lwi-
liiiirtn n'i.i, iii.ii, iifiiv,.. t,i-
Icy, y,iM and bran al Brown's
Schenk v; Williams iiavejusl
receivon a fine lot of Overcoats
and Mftckinaws. '
W. F. Hissnor's mother ar-'
rived hero iw first of this week
and expects to remain with her,
son for the winter. .
v Mis. Millar has a fine lot of
fall and winter millinery on dis-,
play which the ladies should call ,
and see at once. '
Aslf for Piano Certificates at
Losr A vaccum cleaner noz
zel between Presbyterian manse
an'l Mr. Farre'shome its brass.
about five feet long return to
Airs, juciioko. uewani.
If you are troubled with chron
ic constipation, the mild and gen
tle efTect of Chamberlain's Tab
lets makes tlicm especially suited
to your case. . For ,salc by all
Lawen, On 'on.
Did you know that a 20-year I
endowment policy with the Ore
gon Life is pure gold? Did you
know that a 20-ycar endowment
nolicy with the Oregon Life gives
you a safe place to deposit money,
navs your wife and babies the
amount you carry in event of
your death, or if you live pays
the amount to you at the end of
20 years? Unless you have the
hooks in the "old man" who car
ries the scythe, it would be well
to look into this matter deeper.
Good insurance is the squarest
deal on earth. Consult
The OrcKon Life Mah.
If Us JfWi lr .ou v. i-.l
vou will bf doing your If
a rank mpmtief if 'n
neglect to evarnine firs)
unusually fine invoice.
bTIRIING SILVIR IOII.hr blJS
Sterling Silver Manicure bels
SILVER MESH HAGS
SOLID GOLD CLFI LINKS
SOLID GOLD SCARr TINS
L'xlra Fine Assorlntcitt Hrauletls
Everything of Quality
Your Money Bark if
not just us reprt'cnicd
C. M. SALISBURY
Jeweler and Optician
Give the Gift That
and cams something every hour of the
three hundred sixty-five and one quarter
days each year.
A Dollar, or more, may be deposited in
the name of any person you wish to
-J is the
Present the bank book Christmas morning.
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
RESOURCES over S400,000
Room 7. Masonic Bunding.
BUSY CORNER STORE
wartz L Schwartz
A comolete line of Tovs,
Toilet Sets, Jewelry, Pioes,
Dolls, Christmas Stationery,
Cut Class, Fine Candies,
Ladies Purses, Pictures,
Manicure Sets, Novelties.
Buy Your Hardware
and Farming Imple
ments for Develop
ment Purposes from
GEER & CUMM
COMING! COMING! COMING!
OPTICIAN AND OPTOMETRIST
Two votes on (lie UPTON PIANO
for every cent purchased in our
store during DECEMBER.
Come look at our display More
making any purchases elsewhere.
If you do not trade with us toe
both will loose out financially.
Dukes disease is here on his
annual visit. He is spoiling
the pleasure of skating for a lot
of young folks as well as spoil
ing some good appetites Thanks
giving day. May ins visn 10
Hums bo over helore tlie non-
V P.. Kvrcl is nrrnnirincr the
office building recently vacated
by Tho Times-Herald for tenants.
Six rooms have been partitioned
olf in tho building. Hoe IUieh-
nnnn nnil wifn will OPPlinV II 1)01'-
tion of it and Ueo. uunsmoro ami
family the south portion.
For your winter suit see Schenk
Maiikicd- Sunday, Nov. 2(5 in
this city. S. P. Gates and Mis.
Hirdio Wert, Rev. C. C. Babbidge
n. n.. ofllciatintr. Tho bride is
tlie daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Potter and has resided in tins
section sovenil years. Mr. Gates
came hero last spring from j
Grande and is a brother to Will
and George Gates. Wo join the
friends in extending congratulations.
CORN ON THE COB AT THIS
BUST CORNER STORE.
Mrs. Win. Hnnley arrived home
Tiwvmlnv nvoninir from Portland
making the trip in two days, leav
ing Portland Monday morning
and getting a night's rest in
Bend whilo on route. This route
brings us much closer to the
metropolis and is very convenient.
Mrs. Hnnley may return to
Portland in a short timo unless
Mr. Hanloy should decide to come
direct homo from tho cast. In
that event thoy will go to Port
land togother later.
200 Piano Votes Free rOr
ewerv Prescription brought
to our store.
Twelve years of practical experience in correcting bion
scientifically. Graduate of the Philadelphia College of
Pnronts arp resnnnsible for their children's sieht. If
you don't want their lives to become failures you should not
neglect the eye and take chances on consequent trouoies.
If the right kind of lenses are adopted for sight or eye strain
in time, the eye will soon recover and glasses are often laid
aside in a short time. Why, then hinder your child's future"
Old age of the eye, due to the hardening cf the len of
the eye, shows often times as early as forty years. 'Some
aro affected even earlier in life by having allowed a defect,
called Hypcrmetropia, to remain uncorrected to long. (To
fight against it is to fight a losing battle.) The me of
glasses can be put off for quite a long time after they aro
really needed-the cost is very real, nature never failing to
collect her honest debts, sooner or later-just as muehinerj.
can be run for some time when oil is needed, to accompli-h
its work, it is with a waste of power and damage to the partb.
BURNS HOTEL, Dectmber 6 to 1 O
Tlie City Drug Store
REED BROS. Proprietors.
VAA r Aj;
BED ROOM SUITS ami
SPECIAL PIECES FURNITURE
Blankets and Wall Paper
In these Two Articles we certainly have the finest
invoice ever brought to this city.
It is nono to early to make your selections for Holiday
Gifts. See the lino of suitable tiling wo .m ""l'
ing. Beds Brass, Iron, etc. Roll Top Desk lmmg
Chairs, Rockers, Minors, Tables, Kitchen ( almuK
Moth Proof Chests, Rugs, Laco Curtains. lJodSpruid-
6?. W. CLEVENGER,
THE FRENCH HOTEL
, under new management
Jonh R. Walkup, Proprietor
FirstClass Well Appointed House
Sample Rooms Commercial Travelers
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 Gel
The Place you Can't Afford to Overlook
J. C. WELCOME, Jr. Proprietor
THE SILVER DOLLA
Wholesale and Retail
LIQUOR and WINE HOI
Imported and Domestic
WINES, WHISKVS, BRANDIES, GIN, BEER, Etc.
C. A- BEDELL, Burns, Oregon