The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, March 09, 1912, Image 3

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(is week.
fcorn $3.25 u caso
cnnliio l.o.
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if Xr WILLIAMS.
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tlio week.
WILL Mi IN
jl. SCHWARTZ.
Kguarantco) $8.50
Mcrcnntilu Co.
says i no nigncsi
ir hldcB and furs.
and Leo Wilson
bur miters irom
y.
filirtburt wan among
from tho Warm
so una nno poin-
jjery land. Sec liim
Hilton and .son
y huh wcoi; irom
r Buchanan.
(inspect tho fine as-
nil Paper at Luiu-
Co'h.
mum wa' up from
ay nttcnding to
affairs and visit
er, Miss Elhi, who
Sigh school.
OWftTOWN TAXPAYERS
fMwW County National
yftnbti, pleaded to attend
fSSiunt of your tuxes
Wir" m 1 . . f !.. mi
Mil your insirutiiiiiii.
will find a supply
tjowSrier nomination at the
prinNTIl' V ill" iinin
iimmS. They nrO pre-
h county and dis-
wTlSinH of Vale, w in the
inSWSrared to make good
toAMlon pood, improved
MrMliomas may bo scon
K . .., I ...;...- 41...
tSeten days.
nhope, a socialist
an l-rancisco, win
Sunset school house
h 17. at 2 o'clock.
organized. Evcry-
invftwlto bo present.
Hwwb is in the city and
tljtpgvill leave in a short
&lcjfornia where ho has
EbfWtmcnts that require
ftBm&m. We understand
tfiSajlhin disposed of his
tjiu Narrows but Mrs.
jSjWftljroimiin here.
tffCjiiSrnpany, of ladies on
laTjtNant 500 party at the
finwon, Mrs. Win A.
sKffiiiK her as hostess.
iMNMwIbvcre awarded Mrs.
aWl, Mrs. J. L. Gault,
iffWelcomo and Mrs.
MaMien. D.untj rofrosh-
ecrved following tho
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BURNS, OREGON
al the close of biiHliMH February 20lh, 1012
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts
U. S. Honds ....
Ponds and Securities .
Premium on U. S. Bonds
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures
Five pur cent Redemption Fund .f .
CASH '
.. $259,024.15
50,000.00
34,853.55
2,000.00;
0,014.25
1,250.00
... 110,511.05
$404,853.00
LlAB.,UT,.ES.... .
Surplus and Undivided Profits . . , G8,t)24.G9
Circulation 25,000.00
DEPOSITS 315,028.31
$104,853.00
Capital and Surplus-$90,000.00
United Slates Depositary
Oregon Stale Depositary
Accounts Invited.
Ted Hayes Is up from his homo
"at Lawen.
Suits to your measure $11.50
and up. Scnr.NK &, Williams.
Clovongor pays the highest
market price for hides and furs, i
Vulcani.ing at Gemborling's.
A. E. Murphy is in from Iron
Motntnin.
OUR SHOES WILL BE IN
TUESDAY. I. SCHWARTZ.
Rate carpotn woven Hi:nuy
James Anderson in over from "Eiciinku, ilarnoy. urogon.
liis home to pay taxes and attend o. L. l'roston wns in tho city
to other business. J from Glcnlock Thursday on busi-
ii t..i. i ..:.w. vinii fin r.nlnosB.
WIJ "Hill itliu iiiu ....-- ,!
anu $i.w per corn, wia ui .., uarry uarcy, me iiweii iih-i-Lumbcr
yard. i chant, camo up today in com-
P. G. and Russell Smith cnmeSpany with A. S. Swain,
in from the Warm Springs sec-; Easier is not far oil". How
tion Wednesday. about that new suit? Sec
VVS.A..I t.-fwrnna urn th( bust. ! SCHHNK & WlM.IA.MS.
For sale by Hnrriman Mercantile I w. T. Vandervcer was over
Vulcanizing nt Gcmbcrling's.
R. L. Haas was in the city this
week from Narrows.
Wo have had snow, and sun
shine every day this month.
Throe room cottage and barn
for rent. Inquire at this office.
I. N. Ilughot was in from his
home near Warm Springs during
the week.
Wo guarantee every suit to fit
prices arc right.
Schijnk & Whxiams.
Dr. Hand was in tho city Tues
day from Lawen.
Go to the While Restaurant
for Chicken Supper Wednesday
and Sunday evenings.
J. E. Stov, Prop,
Robt. McKinnon, proprietor of
tho White Front Barn has leased
the Elliott Barn on south main
street.
Thoroughbred white leghorn
eggs for sale, $2.50 per betting
of fifteen.
Milton Geer Brown.
Better see W. T. Smith about
that Farm Pumping Engine so as
to have it ready for work, when
the time comes.
Mrs. Geo. Sizomorc, agent, for
Victor Ladies' Tailoring Co., in
vites the ladies of Burns to call
and sec new spring sample.
Henry Trowbridge is over from
his ranch at Izee for the purpose
of purchasing beef cattle which
he expects to drive back to Izec.
Dr. II. Dcnman has gone to one
of the middle states to bring
back several head of standard
bred mares and a stallion which
ho recently traded for.
Clay Clemens mill is the near
est one to Burns where all kinds
of lumber both rough and dress
ed can bo had. Near Canyon
road. Call him by 'phone.
Watch Burns Grow.
Vult i . . 'i i L mug
Sco Archie McGowan the Land
man about it.
Alfalfa atid other grass seeds
at tho Burt. Department Store.
STUDEIi A KEtt WAGONS
2& inch Studebaker Wagon,
$75.00; sells for $05.00. 2? inch
Studebaker Wagon, $80 00; sells
for $100,00. Studebaker Buck
board, $10". 00; nclbi for $125.00.
Studebaker Single Buggies,'
$50.00; aell for $100.00. These
goods must be sold at once.
N. BROWN & SONS, Agent.
Political Announcements-
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of Sur-
J veyor of Harney County, subject
rv. .. ...... i .;-
to me decision oi inc ucmocraiic
voters at the primary election to
be held April 19, 1912.
C. E. Bekry.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for tho office of School
Superintendent of Harney coun
ty, subject to the decision of the
republican voters at the primary
election to he held April 19, 1912.
L. M. Hamilton.
JL
UCCl lOh ( f U, I . i
at the primary 1 c ion u lm .
April 19, 1912.
HiDNKY COMfOYS.
Id
At the earnest (toHcitatiori of a
large numbirof Hubstantial citi
zens .m A friends throtigV'out the
county I have consented to allow
my nam to bo placid upon the
primary ballot for 4)e office of
sheriff of Harney county, subject i
to the declaim of the df mocrotic
voters at the primary election to
bo held April 10, 1012. People
may judge of my fitness for the :
position by my past record. J
A. K. Richardson. '
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Sam GraveB was
from his Pine Creek home for
a business few days during tho week.
visitor to our city tho latter part Rough and dressed lumber of
of last week. all kinds now on hand at tho
Bayloa & McDonald, general
contractors and builders, have
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illon was in tho city
.this w ek en route
ero he went to get
Mr. Hamilton has an-
MB candidacy for re-
o office he has hold
term. Ho is a very
young man, thor-
u p with his profes
done his best in tho
r no ot'ur aspirant
t for tho ofiiice of
ntondedent.
an nd in this issue.
Five hundred scoro cards and
pencils
office.
A M.lf mi'ln ivna pirniilatiiiirN
" mmviiMv ,.-y
among old time, friends in this
city tho fore part of the week.
Suits made to your measure
$11.50 and up.
Sciiknk & Williams
Sunt, fiilchrist. of the P. L.
Co. arrived Sunday from a visit
to the ranches over in Malheur
county.
Rov Bunyard has established a
lumber yard in Harney and is
J prepared to fill orders there es
pecially for rougn lumoer.
Adam Gcorgo is up from his
homo near the lake. Ho informs
us tho family wns quarantined
for a period of three month
wrestling with scarlet fever.
Mrs. N. Meyer, of San Fran
cisco, arrived hero Tuesday noon,
coming by wnv of Bend in tho
Vonirtlv auto. She will remain
hero on a visit with her daughter,
Mrs. L. M. Brown, for nn indef
inite time.
C. E. Berry is a candidato for
tho office of county suryeyor.
Mr. Berry is one of the most
competent engineers in Harney
County, thoroughly rcliablo and
a conscientious man who would
do the county good service if
elected.
NEW
LINE
OF
SPRING
sh6es
WILL
BE
IN
TUESDAY
1 lini K.wn T)trf Cniii Mill Pmiirli
lumber $15 per thoiuand.
Dr. Griffith made a trip to Wag
ontire this week to see S. F.
Hutton, tho old pioneer, whom
he reports in very bad health.
Archie McGowan the Land
Man wants a little confidential
chat with you about anything
you have to sell.
Arthur and Alfred Whithey
were up from Valley View a few
gHdays this week on a viBit to their
parents.
A. Dunn will deliver good,
wild hay at your barn for $10.00
per ton.
Special Coat Sale. All Ladies'
and Childrens' Coats 334 per cent
off. Sweater coats 25 per cent
off and a reduction on all Winter
Clothing. -A. K. Richardson.
A. J. McDonald,' one of tho
contractors on tho now public
school building h hero from Vale
to remain permanently. He will
soon begin activo work on the
building.
Frank Gowan has announced as
a candidato for the office of coun
ty surveyor. With so much new
road work this is one of the par
ticular offices of the county.
Frank is a good conscientious,
hardworking boy and will do the
work faithfully if elected.
E. J. Catlow has announced
his candidacy for tho office of ar
scssor. Mr. Catlow is one of
tho pioneer residents of the
county, Catlow Valley being
named after his father. Ho is
a capablo young man and enjoys
a wido acquaintance Mr. Cat-
low haj always taken nn active
nart in politics and is therefore
well known to tho voters.
SCHWARTZ
Masonic Building
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Tho city election Tuesday was
rather quiet there being but ono
contest, that of city marshal.
Mr. Haines, tho present incum
bent was elected over Will Foren
by a majority of 20 votej. Tho
other officers elected were G. W.
Clovongcr, re-elected mayor; II
J. Hansen ,ind Robt. McKinnon
couucilmcn; A. M. Byrd, record
er; J. C. Welcomo Jr. ro-elcctcd
treasurer. There woro 185 votes
cast.
NEW 1912 SPRING GOODS.
Just received by stage at
Brown's Satisfactory Storo first
showing of New . Spring Silks.
Thcso goods nro exclusive in do
sign. This beautiful lino of Silks
consists of Foulards, Voilos, Silk
Ginghams, Chiffon Tnffotns,
Crcpo Charmonse, Crcpo Me
teors, Crepo do Chine and Nai-
sonas. You will find n stock of
goods In theso Items that havo
tho Stylo, Beauty and Quality,
N. BROWN & SONS.
Pat Connolly and C. W. Drink
w.itcr were over from Drewsey
Monday. The former to attend
the wool growers' meeting and
the latter on business before the
probate court.
C. A. Haines was brought up
from Narrows Wednesday to his
residence in this city to be near
his physicians. Mr. Haines is
suffering from an acute attack of
articular rheumatism.
Jackson Bros., hide and fur
house, Baker Oregon, are in the
market for hidej, furs and pelts
and will pay the highest market
price. Address us at Burns and
we will call on you We won't
buy any beavers.
C. E. Berry and little son
Charles arrived home Thursday
evening from a visit to Seattle
where Mr. Berry's parents re
side. They had a very pleasant
visit.
Customers and others desiring
us to settle their taxes will please
send us sheriffs statement of the
amount due together with Instruc
tions for payment of same.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of
BURNS, OREGON.
Harold Johanscn, James Mc
Gingan and J. C. Goss were over
from the Buchanan section Wed
nesday. The latter two gentle
men are recent arrivals and have
"taken up land hi that neighbor
hood. We have decided to discontinue
our lino of alcohols and liquors
ami have borne sweeping re
ductions in price. Now is the
time to lay in a supply before tho
ofr.r.1 id nvVinnctorl If will YiVA
vj OVUW1. IO i;.lilimonMi -- --
,ilast long at the price we are mak
ing. Wo will sell you a good
article at $8.50 per gallon. -Burns
Department Store.
NEW 1912 PARING GOODS.
Just received by stage at
Brown's Satisfactory btoro first
showing of New Spring Silks.
Thcso goods are exclusive in de
sign. This beautiful line of Silks
consists of Foulards, Voiles, Silk
Ginghams, Chiffon Tnffotns,
Crepo Charmense, Crepe Me
teors, Crcpo do Chino and Na
soinas. You will find a stock of
goods in theso items tint havo
tho Style, Beauty and Quality.
N. BROWN & SONS.
To the voters of Harney, Grant
and Malheur ceunties: I am
asking for tiic nomination for
District Attorney at the April
primary election. I promise if
nominated arid elected to devote
my entire time and energy to
the work of this office, and will
stand for 'Exact justice in all
cases, good government, effici
ency and economy." I will ap
preciate ynur support Htulwdl do
mv l)pst to justify your confi-
dencf in mo.
Robert M. Duncan.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of County
Assessor subject to the decision
of the democratic voters at the
primary election on April 19,
l'.)12. Ed J. Catlow
I hereby announce myself a)
candidate for the office of county
clerk of Harnev county, subject
to the decision of the democratic
voters at tho primary election to
be held April 19, 1912.
C. E. DlLLMAN.
LESLIE J. AKER
Announces candidacy for the
Democratic nomination for Dis
trict Attorney for Harney, Grant
and Malheur Countk, subject to
the will of the voter at the pri
maries. If nominated and elect
ed, will during my term of office
endeavor to discharge the duti-s
of the position faithfully, fear
lessly and impartially; uinuiil
give my entire time to the public
cause.
I hereby announce nyslf a
candidate for the rSie f -sor
of Harney cnunijr huLj- c t t
the decision of tho drwc-at h
voters at the primary olee.i .i t .
be held April 19, 1912.
C. A. Brittim.iwm
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of Sur
veyor of Harney County, subject
Mto the decision of the republican
voters at the primary election to
be held April 19 1912.
Frank R. Gowan. Narrows, Ore.
Harney County Women
NERD THE All) OF A HANK
ASMUCnASTIIBMEN
Women as h rule knrtw how to mnj;c
tho best use of a hank, hecauw they, are
naturally thrifty.
We have many women depositor who
administer their household expeiine.
through a checking account here and trans
fer their surplus monthly to their flavin
accounts.
A Good Idea, Isn't It?
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
of Burns, Oregon
United Slates Depositary
for Postal Savings Funds
ORRHON STATU DEPOSITARY
RHSOUR-ES OVER $100,090,110
- mu
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of clerk
of Harney county subject to the
decision of the republican voters
at the primary election to be held
April 19, 1912.
E. B. Waters.
I hcieby announce myself a
enndidatejor the office of assessor
of Harney county, subject to the
decision of the republican voters
at the primary election to be held
April 19, 1912.
J. J. DONEGAN.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of trea
surer of Harney county, subject
to the decision of the democratic
voters at the primary election to
be held April 19, 1912.
Simon Lewis.
I hereby announce mysell a
candidate for the office of trea
surer of Harney county, subject
to the decision of the republican
voters at the primary election to
be held April 19. 1912.
R. A. Miller.
I hereby announce i v.-l' a
candidate for the office rf c n iiy
clerk of lhvmy Count,, s '.j. t
to the decision of the denv emtio
voters at the primary el-( tio-i to
be held April 19, 1912.
E. C. Eggleston.
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STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
annual Mnetintr of th i-tockhold- 1 4
ers ofjthe Masonic Building A . o
ciation will beheld at the Masoi ic
Hall in Burns, Oregon, on March
14, 1912.
Dated Feb. 14, 1912. "
Sam Mothurshead, Secy.
jsaraen oeeos
Garden Hoes
larden Rakes
Walking Plows
Sulky Piovs
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Coiords'
jes
Far
DAILY
March 1 to April 13, 1912
Krum the Mitltllc a-.l J' rn r
tlorioflh L'nilei! statesai ill nU
to all points lu the ' oit'nu.ton the
Oregon - Washington Rail
road & Navigation Company
ISO riOWS
n ewtc a
.ngme (r
- rm 1! S
J&soiane engines
Gasoline Traction Engines
Hamd and Wind Mill Pumps
Centrifugal Pumps
Irrigation Outfits a Specially
All Kinds of Farm Machinery
Hardware, Toois,
Sporting- Goods
Tin and Plumbing Shop
$3 '.00
$32.00
$25.00
$25.00
$25.00
Prom CMICAOO
ST. LOUIS -"
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KANSAS CITY
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Prop irtianntelv Ioh ftt-c In m ml oili
Doinic. Pircct eervfw
St. I'uul, Oiimhn mvl !
C. & N. W., UNION PACIFIC. OREGON
SHORT LINU an J O-W. R. & N.
Unes I'rolcctid Automatic Black Signals
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Mariued Saturday evening
at tho homo of tho bride's par
ents in this city, Miss Dorcas
Sweok and Alvin Hurlburt, the
Roy. Dr. Babbidge, of tho Pres
byterian church, performing tho
ceremony. Tho brido is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Swcek
and a very charming young lady
who has been teaching since gra
uating from high school. Alvin
is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Hurlburt of Warm Springs and
has resided in this county many
years. Ho is an industrious young
man of good habits. Both havo
many friends who wish them a
successful and happy life. They
loft Sunday for Warm Springs
whero thoy will make their
homo.
In announcing myself as a can
didato for nomination on the re
publican, ticket for the office of
State Senator of the twenty
second Senatorial district, com
posod of the comities of Grant,
Ilarnoy and Malheur; haing
signed statement No. 1. The
only other promise one can made
is to do his very best for the
State and District. This I do
Wm. Miller,
Burns, Oregon.
Having been importuned by a
large number of old time friends
I havo decided to place my name
before tho voteis of Harney
county a1 a candidate for sheriff
subject to tho republican voters
at the primary election to bo hold
April 19, 1912. Having resided
in thte vicinity for twenty-seven
year:' the pooplo know my char
acter and may judgo my fitness
for the position.
W. Austin Goodman.
YOU CAN PREPAY PARHS
Whf'e then' mm upt1"' ii-"Nnwl !
(.re. 111..V W 1 u IIii1iwH (, mliie fthe
a nitb Tour loin iixfi .rnwiiii 'it t 1
I tvlegrtpht'l team nlle ctvi u tW u
lulllUKofimr van uKjiini-- ! ii ilirlitiuo
lortutilllwlarllome hulhti ig
llluiimaJ tf1 rclUMep luieliuiitir l!l tf
tnlllcJ to miyuiir 10 whom miu tr U it
kont bi Krtilr-!' a
WiM. McAIURRAY,
(lencral PasseiiKer Agent, Portland. O.
Burns SSieet
Metal Works
Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron Wurk of all
icriptiftn.
Camp Sloes, Tanks, Jobbtoc, I'liwii
iii2 lo order. (iie l' a 1 1 ;al.
Proprietor. Voejtl ' Old itand.
1.
With the mont optomistic faith tit the firfure f
Bl'RNii and HARNEY
New Year of
C01N7Y refri
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FOR STATE SENATOR.
I, James P. Mahon, of Mule,
Harney County, Oregon, hereby
announco myself n candidate for
tho office of State Senator of tho
22nd Senatorhl District, compos
ed of Grant, Harney and Malheur
Counties, subject to tho decision
of tho Democratic voters at tho
primary election on April 19th.
James F. Mahon.
I hereby announco niyEClf a
candidato for tho offico of sheriff
of Ilarnoy county subject to tho
We anticipate for you and ewttlnto unmxeHUd
piaxpcrity end hope you tptittw prai ttith
to make thin possible. "Luuul tee stand,
diuiikd we fall."
I The Burns DepWt, Store f
fff J til Of h 1 1 witl reteUr pi inpt utteti lion.
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PLUMBING SUPPLIES
Etc.
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ETS, SINKS
OET OLR PPiCKS
LUftlBER KILL bin il' . 1
ANi SAVR MONEY,
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RDE & SOSIS
THE HOUSE OF A MILLION BARGAINS
240-2 Front St., Corner WJbin Portland, On