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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1912)
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ilAMVIHK IiAHOKBT OIHUUI.ATION OK
(NY NKWBrAl'EU IN T1IIH COUNTY,
rATUIU)AY. JANUAIIY U, UU,
Mujcnnizing nt Ocmborling's.
Om Hamilton cnmo in from
jjBm canned corn $.'5.25 a case
'Hanrtnwti Morcnntilo Co.
MClcvengcr lnys llio highest
market price for hiilca and furH.
Ohftrlcs Hooks was down from
hiaTfiirm on Cow crock this week.
lkt Hour (guarantee) .f8.no
bblSlIarriman Morcnntilo Co.
IjflM. Cheney is liomc form an
extewiu'd trip 10 ouistuo poini.
jRfiMit received a nice lot of Fall
nmflWintcr Ready-Mndo Suits
Suiiewk & Williams.
&TJ3. IIowHor and wife were
dow. from Harney this week on
Rjstt to relatives.
pSlIOPS, HRAN AND HAILED
ItSft AT THK 11USY CORNKR
kWKooping cough is causing
Home! children to stay out of
tCuJl and nee the late arrivals
orf"Sjrtfl8 Roods, shoes, ties, furn
iomiijs tc at Hngcy & Rich-nrtliwi.
During the winlor boiihuii whon l.lni
woiitlior h often ntormy, iiiul tbo i'oiuIh
uro fnxpionUy bud, our
BANKING BY MAIL
Horvico will lig fotiiul of Hpeuiul conven
ience to tlioHo living at a diHtancu from
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital and Surplus - $85,000.00
United Slates Depoailari
Piatt Randall was elected
school clerk last Saturday to fill
thjjwicnncy resulting from V.
YoShr'h Mont Market and
Sroowy is the place for bargains
illcsjtlays. Everything in the
torq&t actual cost.
RoUcrt, the little son of F. S.
jroffjjhns been suiroring from
nusculur rheumatism, hut is im-irovlng.
Iiadies of Hums are invited to
afiJftS'tho home of Mrs. II. M.
Iortou and see samples of the
'Wejaro informed that .1. II.
oitKn will be taken to Portland
or medical treatment as soon as
ho,ib"lockado is opened.
lUough and dressed lumber of
lljldnds now on hand at the
frlliams Bros. Saw Mill. Hough
fmbar $ir per thousand.
Money to loan on Harney Coun-
nmproml Heal Kstatc. Call I
itgorjwrito C. 0. Thomas,
Rex '12 Vale. Oregon
JjanTRosonllld, the well known
nvnwig representative of Trist
jCtflof San Francisco, has been
lllitisr on the trade here this
IMtSh. J. McKinnon Jr. left
SunHay for Clarkston, Wash.,
jrawonso to a telegram that
(rjnfcther was very ill. She
ilTwabsent an iiidefinite time.
Cleaning and Pressing neatly
done by Schenk & Williams.
Clevenger pays the highest
market price for hides and furs.
lames Gilbert was over from
his home near Harney this week.
New fresh groceries just re
ceived at Hageyft Hichardson's.
Winona wagons are the best.
For sale by Harriman Mercantile
The Woodmen of the World
and Circle will hold joint instal
lation ceremonies on the 19th.
Miss Hazel Coznd came in Wed-,
nesday and is a guest at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Curtis Smith.
SALE OF LAMES' ANI)
MEN'S WOOI, UNDERWEAR
AT THE HUSY CORNER
The Woodman Circle gave a.
very enjoyable leap year dance
at Tonawama last night winch
was largely attended. It was a
Rubbers and Overshoes we
have them- Schenk & Williams.
You should inspect the fine as
sortment of Wall Paper at Luna-
burg, Dalton & Co's.
Fresh supply of groceries ' in
chiding lard, bacon hams etc.
at Hagey & Richardson's.
Dr. .1. W. Cieary has been
rather on "the lift" the past few
days with a case of lumbago.
A private boarding house in
Hums can accommodate a few
more boarders. Inquire at this
Mrs. .1. W. Buchanan has been
over from the station this week
a guest at the home of her son
A. R. Murphy and wife were
in the city a few days this week,
having just returned from a trip
Harry Spry and Will Foren
held the lucky numbers that won
lecided success in every partial-! JJerlwo b'K dolls iven nwny by
I&your children are subject to
faclw of croup, watch for the
stTjfhiptom, hoarseness. Give
iSmtibrlain's Cough Remedy as
InJSJ the child becomes hoarse
dHSS attack may be warded
flFpr Ha'c "' nil dealers.
At the term of court closed this
week the petition of 0. S. Pres
ton and others for a county road
in the Glenlock neighlwrhood was
acted upon favorably and order
N. Brown & Sons.
A temjKirary singe will be con
structed at the picture show for
the sparring match to be held
there Wednesday evening.
I The Harney Saw Mill, R. L.
I Hunvard proprietor, now has on
Fifteen eggs, express prepaid, I Jliiml il larKe amount of rough
' aim uresscu lumuer and can nil
SU.OO - OrniiiL'tons. Wvnndottes.
Leghorns. Bantams, etc., also ' or,It-,rrt '('rl "otico.
ducks, ireese and turkevs. Write. r0:i(1 lo tho '"'" Hurry
for circular. --Simpson's I'iiba
sant Faum, Corvallis, Oregon.
The cut of the new public
school building on the first page
is a dissapointmenl. It was
made from a photo taken from
the architect's perspective and is
not clear. In fact the cut is too
fine for ordinary newspaper
work. It should have been a
may be 'phoned in
t 1.00 Buchanan called on us dur
ing the week and reported a very
successful rabbit drive in ihe
biylon Point neighborhood
1100 rabbits were put out of
200 tons of hay for sale at $T
nor ton. 1(50 acres of pastures
included, house and good water.
Vulcanizing at Gemberling's.
Clevenger pays the highest
market price for hides and furs.
II. W. McIIoso has fine pota
toes raised on dry land. Sec him
for your BUppiy.
Go to the Whito Restaurant
for Chicken Supper Wednesday
and Sunday evenings. '
.7. E. Stoy, Prop.
For Sam: Black Perchcron
Stallion, 5 years old in spring.
Good paper's. Claude McGec.
Mrs. Maggie Hilton wbb in the
city Thursday from her home
Schenk & Williams have just
received a fine lot of Overcoats
A new school district. No. 45,
lias been created in the southern
part of the county, cutoff No. 39.
Watch Burns Grow.
Ben Newman was up from the
Island ranch yesterday and says
they have more snow down there
than in Burns.
Ed Egli has the scarlet fever
out at the ranch and his mother
went out today in company with
Thos. 1 1 niton to take some medi
Don't fail to see the sparring
Match between Spider Kelley
and Jack Belmont at the Orpheum
Wednesday evening. This will
be a fast bout of five rounds.
A good clean exhibition for
ladies as well as gentlemen.
Curt Lundy arrived home
Thursday from Portland where
he had spent several weeks. He
will remain here now until spring,
in fact may decide to stay at
home, as he has not yet decided
what he will do this year.
Portland's "silver thaw" out
in this section would be called a
darned hard freeze and by the
time news would reach the Port
land papers it would be a "terri
ble blizzard" or something worse
It's all owing to the location.
Estiiayed 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,
The P. L. S. Co. has started
suit in the Federal court against
C. A. Sweek. J. M. Dalton, G.
W. Young. G. Hudspeth, H
Luig and Dr. J. W. Geary. The
suit involves water rights that
are covered by an old decree,
We understand the complaint
claims neglect and damages.
STRAYKD-From Oakerman Lake
For your winter suit sec Schenk
Grover Goodiow and wife were
in the city the first of this week.
Miss Lena Harkey was ill yes
terday and her room in the pub
lic school was dismissed.
Don't forget the sparring match
Wednesday evening, Jan. 17.
Adults 25c Children 15c.
It is reported that the Sumpter
Valley train is again snow bound
and we will be without mail
again for a time.
Money to loan on Harney Coun
ty Improved Real Estate. Call
on, or write C. 0. Thomas.
Box 42 Vale, Oregon.
Ted Hayes was up from Lawen
yesterday after medicine for his
brother Bailey's children who'
are having a siege of whopping
Vulcanizing at Gemberling's.
Joe Clark is over from Harney.
Well, we're having some mois
ture any way.
Who wants those swan feather
I. N. Hughet was in the city
during the week.
A large stock of wall paper at
Lunaburg, Dalton & Co's.
Dalla Turner and Chas. Van
Buren were over from Diamond
this week. They brought in a
lot of scalps and furs.
The first mail to reach us for
three days was received here
Thursday night. The stages
seem to make very good time but
the railroads are tied up from
Dr. Minnie Hand was in the
city this week from Lawen. Dr.
Hand will practice in this county
C. B McConnell left Wednes-j and has alrea.iy had ronsidera
ble work in Lawen and vicinity.
She reports the birth of a son to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Otley Jr. recently.
day morning on a business trip
which will take him to Boise and
Salt Lake. He may visit Chicago
' W. .B. Parker and son Bert are
over from Paisley attending to
some business and will take their
bunch of horses back with them
on their return.
Dr. W. L. Marsdcn is confined
to his bed as the result of an op
eration on last Wednesday. He
is recovering rapidly and expects
to be out again next week.
H. J. Jokisch, a homesteader
near Waverly, has been employ
ed in the high school during Prin
cipal Yoder's illness. He has
made a good impression with the
work. This arrangement was
made after The Times-Herald
went to press last issue. Miss
McKenzie is still in the public
school and Miss Lena Harkey is
teaching in Miss Ellis' room, tlie
A masquerade ball will be giv-i latter not having recovered suf
en at Tonawama on Feb. 14. ficiently from her recent illness
There will be suitable prizes to take her place.
awarded lor the best sustained
The best evidence that this bank is giving sat
isfactory service to its clients; is the un
precedented number of new clients who
have recently opened accounts here.
Many of these new accounts were opened at
the recommendation of our old pations
who desired their friends to share in the
conscientious service we are giving.
We have accommodations for many more, and
our officers will be pleased to interview
those who desire efficient co-operation.
HAHNCY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
of Burns, Oregon
United States Depositary
for Postal Saving Funds
characters and also finest cos
tumes. Mrs. Carl Welker is go
ing to order costumes from Salt
Lake for rental and those desir
ing costumes should see her be
fore she sends in the order.
Married During the Christ
mas holidays, Miss Millie Hurl
burt was married in Dallas to
Ivan Jackson. They will make
their home in Lebanon. The
bride was a student at the Mon
mouth Normal and her marriage
was a surprise to her many friends
here. Even her parents knew
nothing of it until notified after
the ceremony. Her father is in
the city and will go out as soon
as he can get away with the in
tention of bringing his other
daughter Alice home from Mon
where she was also in
Faking room for new stock
EVERYTHING REDUCED EXCEPT
Bhread and Holeproof Hosiery
NCY GOODS HATS
DRY GOODS SHOES
Por Special Prices on Omuls
too Numerous to Mention in
Sale Begins Jan. 15
Sale Ends Feb. 11
Pour Weeks of the best bargains
offered in Burns.
near Riley, about November 15;
one red yearling heifer with
white face; one roan yearling
heifer; both animals branded 0
extended T on left side; mark
crop and split in left ear and
under bit in right. Reward for
information leading to their re
covery. C. A. Ivy.
Clay Clemens mill is the near
est one to Hums where all kinds
of lumber both rough and dress
ed can be had. Near Canyon
road. Call him by 'phone for
Homer Reed and family and
Mrs. Chas. Johnson and daugh
ter, Miss Toiloy, arrived Thurs
day night from Portland. They
were blockaded in the snow for
a time, at first trying to get in
by way of Bend and finally going
back to the main line and com
ing by Haker. Homer and fam
ily are well. Mrs. Johnson and
Miss 1 otley will remain here for
A. 0. Faulkner received a tel
egram Wednesday morning an
nouncing that his father Was
dangerously ill in Indiana and
urging him to come. His brother
Charles had reached Lakeview
with his family enroute to Burns
where they intend to reside,
when he also received a like mes
sage, and started for the family
homo from that point. Mr.
Faulkner started at noon Wed
nesday going out by way of
Prairie. His father had not been
sick at the time of his last letter
and it was a surprise to learn of
Stuays -Two cows have been
at my ranch for several years
and tbo owners may have same
by proving property and paying
all charges against them includ
ing tins notice. Descriptien:
Red cow about 12 years old
branded either a T or J on loft
hip DD on left thigh; ear mark
crop and half under crop in each
ear, duelap cut out below. The
other a red cow about 14 years
old; brands have been defaced so
that they cannot be mado eut:
she has a brand on each bin;
mark crop oil' each ear and right
ear slit; wattle on left neck and
right jaw. J. A. Williams,
One of the big auto trucks
came in Monday with a full load
of freight and has since been
held here awaiting the arrival of
the other machine in order to
make the run back to Bend to
gether. We understand the
otlier truck is stalled in the deep
snow drifts between here and
Silver creek but it is believed
they will be able to operate in
the snow when the roads are
packed and the drifts removed
from them. Since the above
was put in type the second auto
came in with a load of freight,
arriving Friday afternoon.
Although we're somewhat be
hind the times in so far as know
ing much about the outside world,
the mails all being delayed from
the big storms, Harney county
people are happy. We've had
most any kind of weather that
could be handed out during the
past week but the great amount of
snow and rain has caused every
body to smile. We can put up
with the inconvenience of delayed
mail under the circumstances1
and are all r-ady to welcome
more moisture for it means crops
the coming season. The stock
men are well supplied with for
age and can feed for an indefi- j
nite period, so let 'er snow.
Remember the big show Wed
nesday evening, Jan. 17. Every
body come. Something doing all I
the time. Orpheum.
Money to Loan at 5 per cent.
If you are needinga little loan,
and do not care to pay more than
5 percent. The Oregon Life In
surance Co. has money to loan
at that rate of interest and it is
yours for the asking, provided,
you are one of their policy hold
ers and have been, for three con
tinuous years. This is another i
one of the splendid features of!
the policies in this great company
Most of our brainy, business
W 2M? fi, ! VV, mPftPftmA2$l&
I he New Year is here so K
are we and srlad for another S
opportunity to present to you S
the largest and most com-
plete line of general hard-
ware in Central Oregon. g
Toy Wagons Electric En-
gines, Sleds, Skates,
Chairs, Fine China, Cut f
Glass, Crockery, Vases, f
Brass Goods, Cutlery, g
In fact anything and everything to suit the fancy as y?
well as the pocket book. Uueful goods as well as or- 2$
namental- Call and look over our stock before fall the WJ
fine selections are gone. "9
Agents Gasoline Plants I
men, in America and abroad pro
ject their own and their families I
interests, with an Old Linenolicv.
WOOL UNDERWEAR AT Are you one of them? See
REDUCED PRICES AT THE' Ecn kstov
BUSY CORNER STORE. - The Oren Ufe Jhm.
Repair Work Plumbing
and Ammunition 8
GEER & CUMMIN
H irdware Merchants
2 i2 w&bvia&&xx
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We ujlsh you a Happy
Prosperous Hem Year.
We uiant to thank you for your
past patronage and hope to be
able to serve you in the future.
We have a complete line
of Drugs, Patent Med
cine, Toilet Articles,
and Fine Confectionery
Prescriptions carefully com
pounded. Piano votes with every
THE CITY DRUG STORE
Reed Bros., Proprietors
Willi the most optomistic faith in the future of
liURXS and HARNEY COUNTY we enter the
New Year of
We anticipate for uou and ourselves unexcelled
prosperity and hope uou will co-operate with us
to make this possible. "United we stand,
divided we fall."
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.
: The Burns Dep'm't. Stored
Mail Orders will receive prompt attention. fJ.
THE NEW YEAR
During this year we will maintain our reputution for
fair dealing. See the line of suitablo things wo are offer
ing. Reds- Hrass, Iron, etc. Roll Top Desks. Dining
Chairs, Rockers, Mirrors, Tables, Kitchen Cabinets,
Moth Proof Chests, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Red Spreads.
G. W. CLEVENGER,
THE FURNITURE MAN
THE FRENCH HOTEL
under new management
Jonh R. Walkup, Proprietor
FirstClass Well Appointed House
Sample Rooms Commercial Travelers
Stomjn From the John Oar
The annual meeting of the ranch a sorrel gelding between
stockholders of the Hurnej Conn- l and 5 years old; small spot in
tv Fair Association will be held forehead and weighs between
at tbo ollicoof the secretary in . 1200 and MOO lbs.; a good road
Uurns, Oregon on Monday, Jan-' "tor; branded a lazy J on left
uary 8, 11)12 for tbo purpose ofiBhouIder. Suitable reward for
electing a board of directors for information leading to his recov
the ensuing year and the trans- ery Mm MaV a 0ard,
action of such other business as r nw,,n rrunn
may come bi fore the meeting, ,awtn' Uron-
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