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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1911)
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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at the clone of bminesR December 5th, 1911
Loans nnd Discounts $200,080.18
U. S. Bonds r.0,000.00
Honda nnd Securities 58,971.03
Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000.00
Ileal Estate, Furniture and Fixtures G.G00.00
Five per cent Redemption Fund 1,250.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 05,870.03
Capital and Surplus-$85,000.00
United Stales Depositary
Orefjon State Depositary
Always ready for job work.
Clevengcr pays the highest
market price for hides and furs.
Go to the White Restaurant
for Chicken Supper Wednesday
and Sunday evenings.
J. E. Stoy, Prop.
Foil Sale Black Pcrchcron
Stallion, 5 years old in spring.
Good papers. Claude McGee.
Watch for the bulletin nt Reed
Bros, every Friday and see stand
of Piano Contestants.
200 tons of hay for Bale at $5
nor ton. 1(50 acres of pastures
included, house and good water.
Ladies of Burns are invited to
call at the home of Mrs. II. M.
Horton and see samples of the
Vulcanizing at Gembcrling's.
Reed Bros give 100 piano votes
extra for every prescription.
J. Iline went out on the Dibble
auto yesterday morning
Cleaning nnd Pressing neatly
done by Schenk & Willinms.
Clevengcr pay3 the highest
market price for hides and furs.
Now fresh groceries just re
ceived at Hagoy& Richardson's.
Winona wagons are the best.
For Bale by Ilnrrimnn Mercantile
Painters are slower than print-1
crs- MitTlioTimes-nerau. nasn.
Bign on its now building nt last. ,
E. C. Eggleston. the Oregon
Life Man, left one of his fine
1912 calendars at this office this
UC!n.. O....I.I Ctil. iT tltn llK1lr.
luin.i ounu; 011111.11 i nit immn.
school took her departure yerter
day morning for Eugene where
she will spend the vacation with
Reatos for ale, all sizes and
ongtliB, price 20 cents per foot.
Any one desiring Reatos address
W. A. Ford of J. O. Alberson,
KA masked ball will bo given at
the Sunset school houso on Sat
urday, December .50. AboxBiip
per will be served nnd those not
bringing boxes will be required
to pay for same. Suitable prizes
for the best costumed lady and
gentlemnn, also for the best sus
"Where are you going my pretty;
"I'm going a shopping, kind sir;"
"Where will you shop my pretty
"Why of course at Schwartz's
kind sir;" she said.
Rubbers and Overshoes- we
have them- Schenk & Williams.
Reed Bros, give 10 votes for
every cent purchased at their
store in jewelry.
You should inspect the fine as
sortment of Wall Paper at Luna
burg, Dal ton &, Co's.
Fresh supply of groceries in
eluding lard, bacon hams etc.
at Hagey & Richardson's.
Did you ever notice the fellow
who wants the game preserved
is the one who wants to kill it?
THE BEST ASSORTMENT
OF HOLIDAY GOODS AS
USUAL, AT THE BUSY COR
Mrs. Wm. Hanley was a pas
senger out on the Dibble onto
yesterday morning en route to
Portland where she will meet
The Harney Saw Mill, R. L.
Bunvnrd proprietor, now has on
hand a large 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.
II. .1. Hansen, our hustling
meat market man, was n passen
ger out in the Dibble nuto Wed
nesday enroutc to Bend. He may
extend his visit to other points.
Best flour (guarantee) $8.50
uul. narnman mercantile oo. yi
Mrs. Wm. Ucnnett recently
took her departure for Missouri
where she will visit for an in
When you have a bilious attack
give Chamberlain's Tablets a
trial. They are excellent. For
sale by all dealers.
Note the advertising space of
Young's Meat Market & Grocery
in this issue. All the stock is
oll'ered nt nctual cost.
will bo sold
thiiaSgular prices, one week beginning
cember 25 th
TBI BUSY CORNER STORE
J. MHWARTZ - - - Proprietor S
G. O. Hendricks was up yes
terday and took his daughters
Lillian nnd Mnry and Ella Johnson
home to spend the Christmas
LEAVE ORDERS NOW FOR
SWEET POTATOES, MALAGA
GRAPES & FRESH OYSTERS.
A BIG CONSIGNMENT EX
PECTED WEDNESDAY AT
THE BUSY CORNER STORE.
F. C. Dillard, of the Eastern
Oregon Engineering Co., left
Wednesday by way of Bend for
Eugene where ho will spend the
holidays. Ho went out in Frank
David Fmemore, one of the
pioneers of this county who left
a few years ago to spend his de
clining days in southern Oregon,
died recently at Medford. We
understand Mr. Finemoromade
Geo. Greeley his heir.
Watch Bums Grow.
J. R. Wheeler and Lee Finch
have recently completed wiring
the Experiment Station buildings
for electric lights. Supt Breit
haupt expects to have a power
plant established in the near fu
ture. Dave Defenbaugh and wife
came up from their home in the
southern part of the county the
first of this week. Dave has re
turned home, Mrs. Defenbaugh
remaining here for medical treat
ment J. W. Buchanan and John D.
Taylor were in from Buchanan
Wednesday getting some nice
Christmas tree decorations and
other accessories necessary to
their Christmas celebration at
the school house in that district
tonight A nice program has
An Economical Present Buy
Something Useful for aChritmas
Gift You will find our stock of
"Quality Good's" in the Christ
mas Display as well as other
lines always up to the highest
standard of quality. Presents
for Everybody. Brown's Satis
All accounts duo me must be
paid cither in cash or negotiable
paper by Jan. 10, 1912. Such as
are not settled satisfactory by
that date will be placed in the
hands of an attorney for immedi
ate collection. I am forced to do
this in order to meet my obliga
tions. G. W. Clevengeh.
Estkayed A brown gelding
weight between 1200 and 1300
lbs., branded diamond S, dia
mond above, on left stifle.
Black gelding branded JB con
nected on left shoulder, weight
about 1100 lbs. Suitable reward
for information leading to their
recovery. Star Buckland,
Sthayed From Oakerman Lake
near Riley, about November 15;
one red yearling heifer with
white face; ot.o roan yearling
heifer; both animals branded O
extended T on left side; mark
croj) nnd split in left enr nnd
under bit in right. Rewnrd for
information lending to their re
covery. C. A. Ivy.
K. J. MCftllinoii nut Dummy
morning for California where
ho expects to spend the winter.
Mr. McKinnon has kept pretty
close to his fine little farm and
orchard up tho river for several
years and is entitled to a good
vacation which his mnnyold time
friends hope ho will enjoy. His
grandsons, Frnnk nnd Roy Clark,
aro looking after the farm and
stock during his absence.
From present indications tho
Vnlo Enterprise is going to come
within six months of guessing
when tho nctunl construction
work on tho railroad west will
begin. Don't see anything in
that to brag about One "scoop"
it failed to put under a "scaro
head" was that it looka liko
Nyssa was going to b,p tip main
lino connpction am Yafo Yaa bo
ing tq bo on. a sido track. That
would have been a real "scoop"
For your winter Hiiit see Schenk
Vulcanizing at Gembcrling's.
ROLLED BARLEY & BALED
II Y AT THE BUSY CORNER!
8TUKK. I neer
Schenk & Williams have just cy section, was mingling with
received a fine lot of Overcoats ' h'H many trilin,h ,n t,118c,ty (Illr
and Mackinaws. j the week.
John Taekctt of Harriman was CIay ClemcnB mill is the near-
a caller at The Times-Herald cs,tl(,n(! lo ,";nK wh?re "' "1l8
nm it.iti t.mni- of lumber both rough and dress-
' 'ed can be had. Near Canyon
uoouCICanscc(iryeiorBa.eai,ro;uli Call him by 'phone for
my rancn on uuamtty at li cents ,.1 orders,
ner nound .1. A. Wn.i.iAMH. '
,,. The government thermometer
in. miliar nas a line ioioi t tho WoIcomo pharmacy regis
fall and winter millinery on !-' tc,rcd G bolow Thursday morning,
limy wn.cn uiu which biiouiu can - col(es( uf ll)ig winlcr R
and scent once. moderated soon and has be n
Ask for Piano Certificates at 'quite pleasant since.
Rc(,(1 Hros' ' C. H. Leonard received a tcle-
V W 1 I T
Thos. Turnbull; one of tho pio- J
.or sheepmen of the Barren Val- j
suggests 'gram last Sunday announcing
that the Blue Mt. Eagle boys tike the death of his mother at the
(something for their livei. They family homo in Michigan. She
have a bad case just before was 08 years old and had been
Christmas. .'in poor health for some time.
Paul V'mUo. w.ih lnwn fmm his Mr. Leonard was back to see her
mountain home this week. Paul , three years ago.
Blumc recently returned from,
his mining properties in Lake, PTTRP fOT T)
county and is visiting with Mr.
If you are troubled with chron-
Did you know that a 20-year
endowment policy with the Ore
ic constipation, the mild and gen- gon Life is pure gold? Did you
tie effect of Chamberlain's Tab-, know that a 20-year endowment
lets makes them especially suited policy with the Oregon Life gives
to your case. For sale by all you a safe place to deposit money,
dealers. pavs 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
Owing to the widespread pre- 20 years? Unless you have the
Notice From Health Oflker.
valence of scarlet fever there
will be no resumption of the pub
lic school until January 8th when
if conditions warrant it will be
It also recommended to the
city council that all public meet
ings of whatever nature be for
bidden until further notic9.
All good citizens are asked to
assist in all possible wa'3 in sup
pressing the present deplorable
epidemic. J. W. Geary, M. D.
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 Oregon Life Man.
Room 7. Masonic Building.
A comnlete line of Tovs,
Toilet Sets, Jewelry, Pioes,
Cut Glass, Fine Candies,
Ladies Purses, Pictures,
Manicure Sets, Novelties.
Two votes on the UFrON PIANO
for every cent purchased in our
store during DECEMBER,
Come look at our display beore
making any purchases elsewhere.
If you do not trade with us we
both will loose out financially.
200 Piano Votes Free FOr
eerv Prescription brought
to our store.
The City Drug Store
REED BROS. Proprietors.
BED ROOM SUITS and
SPECIAL PIECES FURNITURE
Blankets and Wall Paper
In these Two Articles we certainly have the finest
invoice ever brought to this city.
It is none to early to make your selections for Holiday
Gifts. See tho line of suitable things wo aie offer
ing. Beds -Brass, Iron, etc. Roll Top Desks. Dining
Chairs, Rockers, Mirrors, Tables, Kitchen Cabinets,
Moth Proof Chests, Rugs, Luce Curtains, Bed Spreads.
G, W. CLEVENGER,
THE FURNITURE MAN
MAY CHRISTMAS BRING YOU
J1ND THE NEW YEAR
0FFE NAUGHT BUT PROSPERITY
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
A Vs VWC 5fi- SHflC M M ?. SttfX&RS 1EZ
C Hi "Hit -fc " "Hlfc ---' i- -" i' " 4- - ill
Burns or Harney County.
Chairs, Fine China, Cut
Class, Crockery, Vases,
Brass Goods, Cutlery,
In fact anything and everything to suit the fancy as
well as the pocket book. Uueful goods as well as ornamental-
Call and look over our stock before Jail the
fine selections are gone.
Guns and Ammunition
I QEER & CUMMINSj
I H irdware Merchants
? 'C-mf&fiT "C
- w S
Has established his Ziearf
quarters here for the next
rAor Burns and Harney Co.
The assortment of Christmas supplies he has left with
makes us leaders in this line lor an interested.
We are also prepared to supply your GROCERY and
PROVISION requirements for the Holidays. See us.
i The Burns Dep'm't. Store g
Mail Orders will receive prompt attention. $
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THE FRENCH HOTEL
under new management
Jonh R. Walkup, Proprietor
FirstClass Well Appointed House
Sample Rooms Commercial Travelers
The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Harney Coun
ty Fair Association will be held
at the ofHce of tho secretary in
Burns. Oregon on Monday, Jan
uary 8, 1912 for the purpose of
electing a board of directors for
the ensuing year and the trans
action of such other business as
may come before tho meeting.
Julian Byrd, Secy.
Stolen- From tho John Oard
ranch a sorrel gelding bdtween
4 and 5 years old; small spot in
forehead and weighs between
1200 and MOO lbs.; a good road
ster; branded a lazy J on left
shoulder. Suitable reward for
information leading to his recov
ery. Mits Maky A. Oard,
Job printing Tho Times-Herald.