The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, February 03, 1912, Image 3

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AhlTtlK LAIUIILBT UIIICUI.ATION OK
KTNKWerAPICK IN THIB COUNTY.
plyUKDAY. FKIfllllAllY , un
jt"t iliirmr,
Locil News.
E" " uniting nt Gembcrling'H.
canned corn $3.2T a cuho
farrSnnii Mcrcnntllo Co.
mSdw display window is being
uEfijiint tlio Candy Kitchen.
rcw?onKer pays tlio highest
mrlwt price for liidcH and furs.
u4go Grant Thompson was in
ijS5y Saturday on business.
BcSt lljftir (guoranteo) $8.f0
oMllrirriman Mercantile Co.
KJetTh good neat for tlio comedy
jxtlFnday evening, at Jona
ami;
lEvir Hiiit made by uh wo ub-
Eva Hill
Juty bi
'JIjUAMH.
guarantee.
Sciiknk
jllUflmn,
Wii,Frcncli, tlio popular repre
nuttyo of WndlmniH & Kerr
rosjftiH in tlio city.
NW. let's hco whether the
OUfSi hour has anything to do
IBlft'ornot.
Rhould insnecL the fine as-
rtmnt.6f Wall Paper at Luna
jrDltoii & Co's. ,
HaW. McIIohu has fine pola
cs raised on dry laud. See him
rycSr supply.
TlSflnwaked skating carnival
ajmfrink last night was a novel
firirand a lame crowd attended.
AJJgprivatu boarding house in
irncan accommodate a few
orolboardcrs. Inquire at this
lce
J. U Wheeler is back from
Ttlajwl where he went on busi
S8cofinected with the electric
rh'tfttant.
VSTiWKKIC OF THE CLKAK
ICBfSALK AT THE BUSY
)RNEK STOKE HE(ilNS
flNDAY FHIl. BTII.
:r n
UWoiucnierg is over irom
tnyou City on a visit to old
nq friends and to attend to
mo business affairs.
WmWWorkman was in to make
ojpn his homestead the fore
rt ofitlic week. He was assist-
STORriY WEATHER
During Uie winlor huiihoii when (lie
wcat.hii' Ih often Htormy, uud Lho i-oikIh
are frequently bad, our
BANKING BY MAIL
Horvico will bg found of Hpeeinl conven
ience to Uioho living nt a distance from
HtiniH.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BURNS, OREGON
Capital and Surplus -$85,000.00
United Stales Depositary
;i
Accounts Invited
We do iob nrinlimr- riuht kind
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Vt. i. nniiiLT huh reniKi-u
county surveyor.
Cleaningmd Pressing neatly
done by Sclienk & Williams.
Clevenger pays the highest
market price for hides and furs.
All fun at Tonawama next
Friday night- "A Cheerful Liar"
Five hundred score cards and
pencils at The Times-Herald
ollicc.
.1. F. Mahon is in the city. He
reports slock doing well in this
section.
Vuldahkintf at (larribGrlinft'fi.
Uaiioy Hayes was In the city
from Lawcn this week.
"A Cheerful Liar" at Tona
wama Friday night, Feb. 9.
Some Bargains in Fall and
Winter Koods. Sciiknk & Wil-
uVms.
Attention is called to the od of
E. B. Reed & Son in this issue.
A special sale that is worth while
is yi.
Don't forget the hogs and
chickens -they're the biggest
assets when it comes to ready
cash.
m
F. C. Dillard has returncdfrom
his holiday visit with relatives
and friends at various outside
points.
Lost On the streeta solid gold
chateline pin set with three
pearls. Reward. Return to this
oflice.
E. C. Bulkley is
Silvies on a visit to his wife who
has been in this city for several
weeks.
Go to the White Kesfaurant
for Chicken Supper Wednesday
and Sunday evenings.
J. E. STOY, Prop.
ir.iiir,T rii m
.1 " I W Hlllllll fcn iimmMlill Mlltill
Harold Jolillhsen wafl In from I Geo, &. Miller wan n passonRpr
uuciianail tlio first Of this Week, ill on Wednesday's singe.
Foil SA,t: -Black Percheronl A large Block of wall paper at
Stallion, fl years old in spring. Lunaburg, Dalton &. Co's.
Good papers. -Claude McGee.
C. C. Harrison of the Auto
Truck Co.. was in the citv this
week. He left Thursday en
route to Portland.
Ladies of Burns are invited to
will at the homo of Mrs. H. M.
Horton and see samples of the
Spirella Corsets.
Money to loan on Harney Coun
ty Improved Real Estate. Call
on, or write C. 0. Thomas,
Box 42 Vale, Oregon. I
LAST WEEK OF THE CLEAR-!
ANCE SALE AT THE BUSY,
CORNER STORE BEGINS
MONDAY FEB. GTII.
5.:
Better see W. T. Smith about
that Farm Pumping Engine so .'is
to have it ready for work when
the time comes.
LAST WEEK OF THE CLEAR
A MCE SALE AT THE MJSY
CORNER STORE HEGINS
MONDA Y EER. STI.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Blevent came
in Saturday evening from The
Dalles where Mrs. Blevens has
been several weeks in the hospi
tal. She is improving in health.
Prineville Journal.
II. E. Gardner and J. E. Bar
rock, former citizens of Fair
banks, Alaska.are here looking for
. . J
down irom
Watch Burns Grow.
EsTltAVED A brown gelding
weight between 1200 and 1300
lbs., branded diamond S, dia
mond above, on left stifle.
Black gelding branded JB con-
C. T. Miller was a passenger investments. They are old time
out on an auto Thursday for Bend friends of W F. Hissner. The
being en route to California ! latter states the gentlemen are
points where he will visit for a! progressive cpitalists who will
month or more.
Losi Between the skating
ririk and the I. S. Geer residence
by way of the corner occupied by
Jaihes Smith, a lady's small gold,
watch. Liberal reward
at this office.
N
J. .1. Heinz is in the city today,
Vulcanizing at (iembeiling's,
P. C. Peterson is in from hisTuccted on left shoulder, weight
ranch.
.. . .
A. C. Volmcr is over from Ins
farm near Iron Mountain.
The Burns Commercial Club
will meet at Secretary Mothers
head's oflice Tuesday evening.
If wards were laid out and a
system of alarms indicating
where a fire has broken out it
would help.
The Times-Herald man wants
about half a load of saw dust.
IVIm U'finla finntlint linlf lli.i tit.
A Dunn will deliver Reed. ' 8(,n(, ft (oam fop ; ?
wild hay at your barn for $10.00 j
per ton. Rough and dressed lumber of
Arthur Thompson and wife "" W,,,,sInowon IV)!!1 l th,
were down from the saw mill the, W "" Saw Mill. Rough
first of this week.
N
bylL. II. McPhail and Win.
ymond.
White cutting linoleum yester
yffitft'knifo slipiwd and Frank
44HHC made a very deep wound
'h'wjleg below the knee. A
ge'ftrtery was severed reipiir-
IJJJJEggleston has been urged V
ogcqyiu a uuiuuuuii' luruouniy
rtSi the democratic ticket
'lP "" u,1cr consideration.
'Eigleston has quite an ex
isivil acnuaintauce and is a
A farmer enstof Burns informs
us that the rabbits are not nearly
so picniuui as a iew weess
ago and is of the opinion they
have migrated.
The Harney Saw Mill, R. I
Bunvard proprietor, now has on
hand a large amount of rough
and drcsscu lumuer ami win mi
lumber $lf per thousand.
Money to loan on Harney Coun
ty Improved Real Estate. Call
on, or write C. 0. Thomas,
Box -12 Vale. Oregon.
LAST WEEK OF THE CLEAR
ANCE SALE AT THE BUSY
CORNER STORE BEGINS
MONDAY FEB. BTII.
Mrs. J. W. Sayer had a severe
l . . . .
orders on short notice. A good i atmcK oi nearl trouble Juesday
vultothe mill. Hurry orders I wlucli caused partial paralysis
1, 'ntinnrifl in 'Or II SllOn period, 1)11 1 IS IllUCll
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..... ximproveu
A. J. raiiiKiici iiiui inn uruiiiuj
Charles M., accompanied by the
Special Coat Sale. All Indies'
llfquilified man for the office.
MK Rice, who for five years
lcnrgc of a portion of the
rk the Panama canal, is in
W"S arr'vu)K rom ''ftlnnd
Mfeday. He is here fortho
iiefiFof his health, believing a
diwygltitudo is what he needs.
i'sRite Uilks very interestingly
tliililg ditch nnd the customs
tHtTiiatives of thnt region.
d just returned I C,ol,miK'"A- R'CHAIIDSON. Mrs. Heinz brought home many
', limiio in fnili.! d . Iliivirfift w.nB i fmm i,beautiful views that certainly
l,,fi.rH fnmilv. arrived home ves- n,ul uiiiarona' waw.HA percent
terdny, coming over from Lake-'0'1"- Sweater coals 2.1 percent
..:,.... i m- v,.iiiWnor min. I off and a reduction on all Winter
t iv n ii ' ' -----w
The brothers had
from the family
ana where they had been called J experiment station Tuesday. He
to the sick bed of their father' and W. 0. White will be busy for
whom they left convalescing. I several weeks yet with their
They came by way of Lakeview building contracts at the station.
liny for sale at $T
acres of pastures
to bring C. M. Faulkner's family
as they intend making their home
here. They had bad roads com
ing over, the mud being quite
deep.
200 tons of
per ton. 1G0
included, house and good water.
Inquire hen1
m ' '
1 You a.
1 WiH tf
m Have to , J
jm Hurry c' : r
1 Last y i
M Week Avty
I the , C j Begins
I .ryY Monday,
I sv Feb'y- s
L rv You
m tr Have
mr. )? to Hurry
MfJf
X L SCHWARTZ j
about 1100 lbs. Suitable reward
for information leading to their
recovery. Star Buckland,
Harney, Oregon
Wanted A good homestead
location, not too far from timber
for fuel. Would take a good re
linquishmentjf the price is right.
Give full particulars and price.
Address A. VanIIoun, Ryan,
Washington.
Clay Clemens mill is the near
est one to Burns where all kinds
of lumber both rough and dress
ed can be had. Near Canyon
road. Call him by 'phone for
quick orders.
OUT OF TOWN TAXPAYERS
The Harney County National
Bank will be pleased to attend to
the payment of your taxes upon
receipt of your instructions.
We have decided to discontinue
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our line ot alcohols and liquors
and have some sweeping re
ductions in price. Now is the
time to lay in a supply before the
slock is exhausted. It will not
last loiig at the price we are mak
ing. We will sell you a good
article at $3.50 per gallon.
Burns Department Store.
Mrs. J. J. Heniz returned
week from a two months' visit
at Riverside, California. She is
at the home of her son, Will
Weber, in this city at piesent
make good citizens of this section
and be factors in its development
0. J. Darst is down from his
mines on the head of Trout Creek
and reports about three feet of'
Leave I snow. 1 his is about the average
! amount to fall in that territory .
r it ti II i r ,i i. r c. (during recent years but Mr.
I. II. Holland of the P. L. S.hri., .,,... , . .
Co. left the first of the week for "rB.YUrtM-a ,' L
..- r t i n . I rain thus packing the snow down
a tour of the Malheur county , ., , ,. ., ,.
,. ,, .,, , .besides adding considerable more
.iiiiji;a. ill; will uu Ull lu KJll-1 . Tr i .
..:, . m ii it i -ii moisture. He predicts more
tano an Mrs. Holland wi accom- ,,.,. ., - , , ,
.,.,., i.;m u snow before the final breakup
pany mm home. , . ., , ,
and in that case we shall see
The sight singing class under mUch more water flow down the
the direction of Mrs. McIIose river than has been for several
will resume their work tonight years.
at 7 o'clock at the Presbyterian For a sprain you wi fmd
church. The class is still open Chamberlain's Liniment excellent
for any who wish to take up the It aIlvs the pa;n removes the
worc' soreness, and soon restores the
Tice Schull has just returned ' parts to a healthy condition. 25
Personal Accounts
In nddition )o the Hplendid facili
ties which it offers to business insti
tutions, This hfink invites the personal
accounts of business and profes
sional men, and of women who ad
minister household or other funds
in large or small amounts.
We nr in lilxMMl as n conservative bnnkennbe,
find endeavor toco-oprrntc with patrons inevery
way that lies uitliin t lie fope of a conservative
institution.
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
of Burns, Oregon
United States Depositary
for Postal Savings Fund
5Z2Wt$,znxx;rtwimviA2r''
and 50 Cent bottles for sale by all
dealers
from a visit of several weeks in
Missouri. He was accompanied
home by his nephew, Andrew
Schull,' a boy 13 years old, who I FOR SALE BY OWNER.
will make his home with his i wiinn run nnm ivi .m.
unc'0, improved sage brush land in
Get a safety Incubator of W. Harney Valley, can besubirrigat-
j T. Smith he simply guarantees , ed. 1G0 acre tract, fenced, good
them and is here on the ground ! house deep well and otherwise
'tomako thorn iood. No oil no. improved. Prices made tosuitin-
explosion, and hatch as many of tending settlers. No speculators
the eggs as any machine on ' need apply. Inquire at this oflice.
earth.
.1. W. Biggs arrived home Sat
urday from a business trip to
Portland and other points. He
had quite a strenuous trip both
ways with soft roads for the auto
and snow slides, washouts, etc.
on the railroads.
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The New Year is here so
are we and glad (or another
opportunity to present to you
the largest and most corn
plete line of general hard
ware in Central Oregon.
WARRANT CALL.
4l ."Swell.
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anneal to one here during this
cold weather. Orange farms and
roses look good just now. Mrs.
Ileiir. also brought home ripe
oranges which she had picked
from the trees.
The management at Tona
wama has decided to change to
more popular prices. It is the
desire to meet the approval of
the public and have the greatest
number of patrons possible. The
amusements put on at Tonawama
are good and high class, there
fore it is not consistent to make
the house a vaudeville-priced
place. It has been decided to
have three prices in the future,
the reserved chairs selling at G5
and GO cents, general admission
JIT) cents. These prices in effect
next Friday night in the produc
tion of "A Cheerfnl Liar."
C. H. Leonard who has been
deputy under Prosecuting Attor
ney McCulloch for several years,
is a candidate for that oflice to
biicceed Mr. McCulloch. The lat
ter has held the office for two
terms and will not ask re-nomination.
Mr Leonard is in line
for the place and should receive
the hearty support of his party.
He is entitled to it and his famili
arity with the duties gives him an
advantage. Mr. Leonard is one
of tho thorough men now prac
ticing in this district who has n
reputation of doing things right
when ho troes into a case.
AUKKir.l) wcunesuay even
ing at the homo of the bride's
mother. Mr. Orville Trent Stov
and Miss Isa Winters, youngest
daughter of Mrs. J. K. Winters.
Dr. C. U. Babbiilgo of the First
Presbyterian church preformed
the ceremony in the present of
the immediate relatives. Both
are well know young people of
mis ciiy, mo uriuo niiYing nveu
hero nil hor life. Mr. Stoy is the
son oi Mr. ana Mrs. J. ti.
Stoy who aro in the restaurant
business. Tho young couple will
take chnrgo of tho restaurant in
tho near future. Tho wedding
ceremony was followed by n fino
suppor. Tho Timeallerald wish
es them n successful and happy
married life.
Notice is hereby given that
there are sufficient funds in the j
county treasury to redeem all ;
Harney county warrants register
ed up to and including Sept. 10, j
1911. Interest closes on all such i
Postmaster loggan talked overW-arants Jan. G, 1912.
Simon Lewis,
the long distance 'phone to his
brother Uiarles in Portland
Thursday and learned that his
father had been operated upon
the day before and was doing
This is good news to the
many friends in this county who
have known Mr. Loggan for
many years.
Architect Elliott and wife ar
rived from Ontario last Saturday
Treasurer of Harney County.
Oregon Life Maintains Its
Wonderful Supremacy
- Toy Wagons Electric En-
gmes, bieas, bKates,
Chairs, Fine China, Cut
ass, Crockery, Vases,
rass 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 Tall the
fine selections are gone.
Agents Gasoline Plants
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On the first day of January, j
1912, Oregon Life had $5,217,000
insurance in force -
They came over by private con
veyance and started on their re
turn Monday afternoon. We un
derstand Mr. Elliott will come
back in April to remain and
superintend the erection of the
new public school building. A
Payette firm has been given the
brick laying contract.
Judge Wm. Miller of this city
is an avowed candidate for
state senator for the district
comprising Harney, Grant and
Malheur counties and is pre
paring his petitions for circula
tion. Judge Miller has been a
resident of this district for many
years and is widely known thro
ughout the territory having ser
ed aR districtattorney for several
years. He is the only candidate
so far that has announced defi
nitely he will make the race for
senator.
every dollar!
jof it was Oregon business; no
I other company did so much busi
Iness in Oregon last year; Harney
i county furnished her share in
1911. But we are not satisfied
and intend to double the produc-'
tion in 1912. If you are morally,
physically, mentally and financi- j
ally able to carry insurance we j
want your business. i
E. C. Eggleston, I
District Manager.
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Burns Sheet
Metal Works
Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron Work of all'
Description.
Camp Stoics, Tasks, Jobbing, Plemb-'
iug to order, (me Us a I rial.
C. W. SCHUMANN
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TONAWAMA
February 14th. 1
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FOUR PRIZES
FULL ANNOUNCEMENT LATER
Willi the most optomislic faith in the future of
RL'RiWS and HARNEY COUNTY ice enter the
New Year of
B22Z
1912
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We anticipate for you and ourselves unexcelled
prosperity and hope you will co-operate with us
to make this possible. "United we stand,
divided we fall. "
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Mail Orders will receive prompt attention.
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We tuish you a Happy and
Prosperous 4etu Year.
We tuant to lhank 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
purchase.
THE CITY DRUG STORE
Reed Bros., Proprietors
THE FRENCH HOTEL
under new munaKi'iiu'nt
Jonh R. Walkup, Proprietor
First-Class Well Appointed House
Sample Rooms Commercial Travelers
S raw in From Oakerman Lake Stoi.kn From the John Oard
near Uiloy, about Nou-mber IS; ranch a sorrel gelding between
one red yearling heifer with md ? yt'ars old; small spot In
white face; one roan yearling, hcad '"1llwoin8 1?twM1n
heifer; both animals branded 0
extended T on left side; mark
1200 and 1100 lbs,; a good road
ster; branded u lazy J on left
crop and split in left ear and fhouldor. Suitable reward for
under bit in right. Reward for information leading to hta rccov-
information hading to their re- MKa Mv A' 9,AUD'
cover. C A. Ivy. Uwen 0fCon
Riley, Oregon. obprmMn g-Tho'Iimoa-HcraM
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