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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1912)
IT'S A GAME
Tlio clolhcs gnino in just like uny other
game, only in this cnsi- we both win when
playing nt it.
Satisfaction am! conliilonce are at stake.
Yon play forwit-infrtrtiou in our make and wo
play for your ennttrii-ini in us as tho makers.
We hove a wiun, .ir. line of fabrics for
spring and summer for ,ou to look over.
Everything New in Styles and Ideas.
The men who wear our clothes nro the
best mascots we can fiml.
Tome in and play a baud in our little
Schenlc & Williams
MERCHANT TAILORS - - LEADING CLOTHIERS
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
Rurnc:. Civnrmn. Odd Fellows Bldff
fe-TUKDAY MAUCH 16. 191!.
Six Montba . ..
Tbrco Moniha .,.-
WATER USERS ORGANIZE.
county superintendent of Marion
, county, serving two terms. After
. ! his term of office expired he
M "' ! taught in Salem and Woodburn,
I 'ater in Sumpter. He was elect
ed principal of the Harney
County High School when it was
established, coming here in 1904,
and held the position up to his
Under his direction the school
has been very successful and at
tained high rank among the edu
cational institutions of the state.
He had excellent control of the
pupils. The school was closed
yesterday out of respect for Prof.
i..in.c tvnwi nrinnfofl. Tim tmr- re. II. Voeirt ey and lamuy ana
mancnt onicers of the club for ! Miss Agnes Sayro returned home
Tuesday from a trip to Portland.
the year arc: Mrs. V. L. Blott,
president; Mrs. Geo. A. Smyth,
vice- president; Mrs. R., D. Coop
er, secretary; Mrs. Julian Byrd,
treasurer. Tho advisory board
appointed by tho president Were
Mrs. N. A. Dibble, Mrs. H. M.
Horton and Mrs. C. H. McCon-
Frank Foster came over from
his Silver Creek home Thursday
to attend the Tonawama dance.
Roy Smith, one of our ranch
ers near Narrows, has just re
turned from an extended visit
thrniiirh tho middle states. Ho
! reports that section having real
Mayor Clevcngor mot with the ' winter when he left there.
ladies and from leports of the
meeting this club is going to be
an organization which must be
reckoned with, for Mayor Clcven
ger fell and told them they could
have anything and everything in
sight and to ask for what they
didn't see. Mr. Clevcngor ap
proved the organization and its
object and tendered them the use
of the city hall
, John Caldwell and family had
a rather Narrow escape from
losing their farm home from fire
Wednesday, the ceiling igniting
from the stove pipe. It burned
ciuitc a space surrounding the
pipe but was extinguished before
any great damage was done.
About sixty couples enjoyed
the dancing party given atTona-
There was a large attendance
at the meeting called last Satur
day at the court house to organ
ize the water users for the pur
pose of expediting matters in the j Yoder and the pupils took up a
assistance of the state board in collection of some $25 for flowers
adjudicating the water rights as a further token of their esteem
along the Silvies River. The following telegram was sent
The organization was perfected by the student body to Prof,
by electing J. M. Dalton presi- Yoders niece in Pertland:
dent; R. R. Sitz, vice president; "Mrs. E. J. McNeelen,
Sam Mothershead secretary and' Portland. Oregon.
J. C. Welcome Jr.. treasurer. ' "Prof. Yoder died this morn
Very little was done at the . ing. Body leaves for Salem Sat
meeting other than discuss the . urday. We pupils desire pur-
situation, as those present did I chase floral tributes for funeral, j
not know just what was expect-. Mrs. Antonsen suggests you pur
ed of the organization by the j chase us our flowers,
state board. i "Procure pillow with initials
A large delegation of water. Harney County High School cost
rri. ....i .- e i. i..i, wama Thursday evening. Those
will be held on the first and thiid pn;s?"f e)r?s:d their pleasure
Tuesdays of each month and the a.nd ,l Ia ',k!y th? .WI" "" S
next meeting will therefore be slre altc"d any future parties
aw,,,. ...,;., At.,..i, 10 nt ot a like nature given under To
7:30. at the offices of C. B. Mfr j nawama management. The mu
Council's in The Times-Herald c and lloor seemod to please and
..,,,. the number of dances just about
The club starts with a largc; right for enjoyment
membership and will no dcubt'-'The Ladies' Afternoon Club
include almost every lady in the have elected the following of
city in the near future as it is .ficers for tho coining year: Dr.
most worthy. The first para-! Elizabeth Ellis, president; Mrs.
graph of the constitution gives i G. A. Rembold, vice-president;
its object This reads: I Mrs. J. W. Geary, secretary and
"Its object shall be, by social ' Mrs. J. L. Gault, treasurer. Un-
intercourse, friendly exchange order thedirection of Mrs. Egli.tho
views, and concentrated co-oper-' retiring president, the club has
ation, to advance and promote i had a very successful year just
the general civic and individual J closed and she was given arising
welfare of the residents of the vote of thanks.
E. E. Purington is down from
Leo Buchanan was in the city
Chas. Newell is up from his
Dog mountain home.
fiet seats for "Tony the Con-
vict" at the usual place. It will
be played Saturday iiinht at To
J. Lampshire, who has the
agency for the "Everitt" auto
mobiles, is going to Portland
next Monday and intends to bring
back a car. He expects to bo
home by April 1.
S n W rliivuninir ifl n rnndidnto
VI. II . v .w...f.. . .. - ---
for coroner. He js one of our
substantial citizens and the office
is one that fits in well with his
business. Itis likely he will
have no opposition.
Charles Johnson, of Van, Ore
gon, has purchased a ten acre
tract in the northeast quarter of
section 5. He wrote to Mr. .1
Williams, who was an old neigh
bor of his, and asked him to
make this selection. Mr. John
son writes that he expects to
move to Ontario as soon as he
can close out his property in the
VMM'U'UMWM' MKM iy
For the liberal patronage wo
have received during yr, Ml
WIE EXTEND OUR THANK'S
The past year's business far
exceeds any previous year
our business history.
THBREWUST BE A REASON
Nodlstiiu (ion made -All treat- i
ed alike Host Koodsofotainablo '
We have something to offer i
after slock taking and want
you to call early after Jim Vy
During January February Double Trading Stampsi
The live man of today can take(J
Life Insurance but will not
He thinks he does not need it.
until tomorrow. ""-""""
The dead man of yesterday. Seed rye
i itf .W - iH Hr Jm S M itflr S .YfJV SPWS tfZ. .aHF
a. ' .anr y as m s mm sms s && MEsKt.mr
ivxwxynlMwxrti'M w w,sr vji2WiiV't
C. II. Davis, Harney.
"TONY, THE CONVICT"
TONAWAMA, MAR. 23-Saturday
Tonawama Stock Company
A Strong Hill With Fine Comedy Good Specialties
Seals at usual place, usual prices
users was up from La wen.
DEVELOP STOCK RANCH.
H. E. Gardner, an old time
Alaska friend of W. F. Hissner,
has just purchased the J. A
twelve dollars; anchor ten dollars.
Will forward money immediately.
The body has been taken to
Williams ranch of 480 acres over Salem for interment, R. J. Mc-
on Calamity, through W. T. Les- Kinnon leaving this morning in
ter of the Inland Empire Realty charge of it going by way of
Co. Mr. Gardner is president of Prairie City. A funeral service
the Western Farm & Cattle Co. was held yesterday afternoon at
which has extensive land hold-, the Odd Fellows hall, being con
ings in Yakima. The ranch just' ducted by the lodge of which
purchased of Mr. Williams is to! Prof. Yoder had been a member
be run in connection with the 'for many years, holding his mem
Yakima holdings, this being an siP "i Salem. He affiliated with
ideal stock ranch in this county ' the J-. O- O- F- Encampment in
having a well irrigated meadow I this city.
with an abundance of outside1 Dr- J- W. Geary, Noble Grand
range adjoining. It is the inten- conducted the service assisted by
tion of the company to further Kev. C. W. Holloman, chaplain
develop this property which will f the order. The high school
be used extensively as a spring attended the service in a body
and summer place for stock anu participated Dy singing a
tw will hn tnVpn in t.hft fall tn I hymn. Deceased was also a
the alfalfa lands at Yakima and .Scottish Right Mason and a
finished for the Alaska market. Knight of Pythias.
City of Burns; and to this end to
assist in improving and modern
izing its sanitary, scenic and edu
cational conditions; and to pro
vide for the proper reception and
treatment of new citizens as they
join our community."
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mr. Lester also reports the
sales of other places recently
among them 160 acres to J. W.
Rush; 160 acres to Wait Hamil
ton and 160 acres to Olif Hen-dricksen.
DANIEL WEBSTER VODER.
His niece, Mrs. Antosen, arriv
ed here from Portland a few
weeks ago to assist in caring for
him but was stricken with scarlet
fever a few days after and re
moved to the hospital for treat
ment. She has not sufficiently
recovered to accompany the body
Prof. Yoder had many warm
friends and admirers in this city
where he had labored faithfully
at his profession for over seven
Prof. D. W. Yoder died in this
city on Thursday morning, March
14, after an illness covering
many weeks. He took sick dur
ing the Christinas holiday per
iod with erysipelas which was
followed by other complications i WOMEN'S CIVIC IMPROVEMENT CLUB.
that finally resulted in his death. I
Prof. Yoder was fifty-seven years A meeting of the Women's
old and unmarried. He had been ' Civic Improvement Club was
prominent in educational work hold last Tuesday evening at C.
for twenty-five years, starting at B. McConnell's offices The Times?.
Silverton as principal of the pub- Herald building when officers
lie school, and later being elected were elected and constitution and
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Can You Match It?
1C3 ACHES, 10 MIL1.8 WEST OF McMJNN.
VILIJv, OlMXiON 30 acres eeoded, runnlnK
water, omi nnJ one-half aires In etrawberrleB,
tuo acres of EnKllbh Wulnutv, JO-lncli Chest
nut Trcet) lu bearing, Tamily Orchard, 40 ucree
Fine Timber with i;ood umikutforuood within
onu and ono-lialf miles, good rich noil, well
worth f 100 00 per aero, l'rlco if taken toon
f 50.00 per acre, or will exchange for Harney
''THE LAND MAN"
Bur H8, Oregon.
W. L. Best and daughter are
over from their Silver Creek
Ladies of Burns are invited to
call at the home of Mrs. H. M.
Horton and see samples of the
O. E. Thompson was in the
city yesterday attending to some
business and visiting his daught
ers who are attending high
Reatos for sale, all sizes and
engths, price 20 cents per foot.
Any one desiring Reatos address
W. A. Ford of J. O. Alberson,
Wm. Hanley has returned home
from Portland where he had been
for several weeks, going down to
attend the irrigation congress
and later hobnobbing with his
double, Bill Bryan.
Eggs from leading varieties
standard bred poultry, express
prepaid, $2.00. Write for circu
lar. Simpson's Pheasant Farm,
"" Mrs. Chas. Johnson and daught
er, Miss Toiley, expect to leave
the first of next week for their
home in Portland after visiting
with relatives and friends here
for several weeks.
JefT Cawlfield arrived here from
Boise Tuesday. He had been
over there for several weeks on
account of sickness in the family,
his wife and one child being sick.
He was accompanied home by
one of liis sons and also his niece
Miss Edith Whittenburgof Rocky
Ford, Colorado. The young lady
will remain here on a visit for an
Ben Brown left hurriedly for
San Francisco last Saturday after
noon in response to a telegram I You will look a good while be
that his father, N. Brown, was fore you find a better medicine
quite sick. Later messages an- for coughs and colds than Cham
nounce that the highly respected berlain's Cough Remedy. It not
old pioneer was improving. The only gives relief-it cures. Tr
old gentleman spent many years it when you have a cough or cold
here and has a warm place in the and you are certain to be pleased
hearts of the pioneer people of with the prompt cure which it
iiurns and vicinity who are pleas-, wm effect. For sale bv all Deal.
ed to learn he is recovering his ers.
Vfn oat f? nv nmuun
MT?w imo enrMKTrs nnnno i i jh anuu m "iav
Hi-iTf JtXt. UJ IbiilU UVViAJi
Got a safely Incubator of W.
T. Smith he simply guarantees
them and is hero on the ground
to make them good. No oil, no
explosion, and hatch as many of
the eggs as any machine on
The high school board met
Monday and elected the teachors
for tho coming year. The same
corps now in the school will be
retained, II. J. Jokisch, princi
pal, Miss Josephine Lochur and
Miss Edith Witzoll. assistants.
A. J. McDonald, has a large
force of men at work on the new
school building getting out rock
for the foundation and basement,
building a work shop, etc. He
says the work will be rushed as
fast as possible.
The annual meeting of the Ma
sonic uuiluing Association was
held on the 14th. at the office of
the secretary and reports were
submitted. The afTaird of the
association were nuite satisfac
tory to the stockholders and an
eight per cent, was voted. The
new board of directors for this
year are: J. L. Gault, H. C.
Levens, J. E. Loggan, R. T.
Hughet and Geo. A. Smyth.
Strayed oh Stolen -From
Andy Folkstead's place, Riddle
mountain, in Happy Valley, be
tween June 1 and 20, 1911. One
black mare mule with red mealy
nose, four years old, branded
wjth quarter circle over B on left
stifle; and vent on left shoulder
with bar through S; weighs about
1,100 pounds. One bay mare,
weight 1,000 pounds, circle S
on left shoulder, 3 and bar under.
$10.00 reward for their return or
information leading to their re
covery. DALLA TURNER,
2J inch Studebaker Wagon,
$75.00; sells for ?95.00. 2? inch
Studebaker Wagon, $80.00; sells
for $100.00. Studebaker Buck-
board, $105.00, sells for $125.00.
Studebaker Single Buggies,
$50.00; sells for $100.00. These
goods must be sold at once.
N. BROWN & SONS. Agents.
would take Life Insurance today . Oregon.
but can not Foil Sale-Black Pcreheron
He knows now that he needed stallion, 5 years old in spring,
it yesterday. Good papers. -Claude Mcdee.
Today is, tomorrow may never
Do it now, insure with
E. C. Eggleston,
in the Oregon Life.
UnitkuStiths I.iNuOrrtiK I
Hurm, Ongou. March 15, Ulil
d. Atber lUoki of Holie, Milio, Conlrileos
Yuu are txrvljr u.iliOeJ that W IllUm J Inn
who fleiIrwiey.Oritoii, niltl ipotlolfl (.oil
ilrtii. did on lUrcti 15, 191i.nl In thU ottlco
hli dulv corroborfttfO aDliltrlluli til eniiteal
and lecur the conciliation of your homcklt ad.
rulry brfal No. IMJ made .Sol cm lit a I'KM.
lorNWJJ NKJi ANK'i.NW, Hecllon II. A. 8K' ,
ttange U K- Willamette Meridian, and
Krouuda for kla content hv allege that laid '
.tiher Mania im laueii 10 cumtaic, improve
or rralde upon aald unity tor more than lx
month! prior to Augunl IV. ml, ami hi totally
abandoud tatd entry;
You are. therefore, further notified that the
aid allegation) will bo taken at llil OIIK e
having been eonfemed by )ou, and your aald
entry will be rant eled thereunder without your
further right to r heard therein, either la'f ore
thli office or on apical. It you fall to flit. In thla
ofllre within twenty data after the KuritTII
iitbllrallon of thla notice, aa aliowu below,
y .uraiiiwer, under oath, wclflcally meetliiK
t nJ rei;ondlt)g to theie allegalloua of routi it,
o II you .'all within that time to illc In thla
office due proof that you bate atned n copy of
ourauawer on the aald toutealant either In
leron or by registered mall If thUaervUe 1
mads by the delivery of a ropy of )nuramwer
tothe contestant In ieraon. t.root of auch aer
vice rnuit bo either the aald ronteitant'a writ
ten a knowledgemeut of hie receipt uf the
copy, mowing tile uate ot in reiripi, nruie
affidavit of the person by whom thedelltery
Maa made staling when and where the copv
was delivered. If made by teglatered mail,
ptoof of such service must consist of the arnda
vlt of the person by whom the copy waa mallei
stating when and the jiost office to which It
was mailed, and thla affidavit iniial te accom
pauled by the postmasier'arecelpt for the icllir
You should state In your answer the natiioof
the iiostofflcc to which ) on deal re future not lets
lobe pent to you
Wm Karri., ItegUler
Hate ot drat publication March 18, 19U.
Uate ol second publication March '1. 1912
Hale of third publication March 30, 1912
Date of fourth publication April t, 1912
Foil Sai.U-Two Poland China
boars, six months old, ami a few
barred rock cockerels.
"My little son had a very se
vere cold. I was recommended
to try Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, and before a small bot
tle was finished he was as well
as ever," writes Mrs. 11. Silke.
29 Dowling Street, Sydney Aus
tralia. This remedy is for sale
by all Dealers.
The Borah-Jones homestead bill
as amended and will probably be
reported to congress, requires a
seven months resilience each year
for three years and before patent
is issued a habitable house on the
place. Should tho bill become a
law it will include all filings now
UNPRECEDENTED SUIT SALE!!
FAIR in tin- lu-itory of I .OCA I. MI-HCIIANOlSKu
havt juii sfin Mich n rare oiler in niitdi'-ttiniott hi
clothes fur Men.
---- SIMS I MAI sold ro --
SI 8.00 now aoiner at SI 3
Every suit made from pure wool fabrics and
under our guaranty of ivorfection. Come now,
select your fabrics antP have your suit inaile tip
in the advanced stylos now mi display for ot
Spring and Slimmer. Two-pioco suits proportion
E. B. REED & SON
AHMINI8TK UOK'K NOTICi:
Nolircla lienliy Ki"i 111' H' iimlrr
HiiH'il linn lioi'n iluly :ipiuiiitiil mliiiin
lutrutorof the crtateol Jiiiiicb L, Varimi,
ccuaol. All peiKiiis li.-nlnn i luliun
at;alnl H.tiil oatutit ftro lit'roliy reiuirtx
to piupunt tlio aatno to mi?, properly vr
lleil, nt llnrii", Ori'K"", uilliin ri
motitliH from Ilia ditto liertvif
luted IIiIh Itttli tiny til March, I'JIl!
I) N VAIMKN, AilmiiiiDtrnlnr
Meals at all Mourn Open Dan '"' A7W
Prompt and Efficient Service
Try a Hot Chicken Tamale
We Have Opened Offices in the New Masanh
Building in Burns, and are Prepared
Furnish Accurate. Reliable
d Complete Abstracts of
Title to all Lands in Harney Co.
npA Buy and Sell Real Estate in
U Larje and Small Tracts.
TA Write Fire Insurance in the
S.ror.eM Old Line Comp'ics
8,000 acre tract irrigated land
best in Central Oregon- First
class colonization project. TliRMS
SOLIDATED AUTO CO
Operating IUkIi-CIuss Cars lictwccn (turns niul I tend
Fastest Time - Lowest Rate
. . Special Round Trip Fare . .
ARCHIE McGOWAN. Burns At
All Business Intrusted To Us Will
Prompt and Careful Attention.
Kooms. and li Masonic Huildin.
Obtain Your Wants at
The Welcome Pharmacy
Satisfaction is Guaranteed. When you have your Pre
scription filled at our store you can rest assured that
they are filled as they should bo and residua which the
doctor desires will be secured.
Just received by stage at
Brown's Satisfactory .Store first
1 section, 6M0 acres, level un
improved sage brush land in
showing of New Spring Silks. X'WSZ tracl! 'fenceZS
'Ihese goods are exclusive in de-. house deep well and otherwise
sign. This beautiful line of Silks improved. Prices made tosuitin
consists of Foulards, Voiles, Silk tending settlers. No speculators
Ginghams, Chiffon Taffetas, I need apply. Inquire at this office.
Crepe Charmense, Crepe Me- Don't bo surprised if you have
teors, Crepe de Chine and Na-.an attack of rheumatism this
somas. You will linil a stock of! spring. Just rub the affected
goods in these items that have; parts freely with Chamberlain's
the Style, Beauty and Quality. I Liniment and it will soon disap
N. BROWN & SONS. I pear. Sold by all dealers.
USE OUR ROSE CREAM
To counteract the effect of these March Winds.
J. C. Welcome, Jr Prop.
Burns SVIeat Market
II. .1. MANSION, Proprietor
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton,
Sausage, Bologna, Liver,
cIiihh Mcnl .MnrMH in
niul UTjlhiuj. in a
Wholesale and Retail
Prompt and Satisfactory Service
Any and all the time.
THE OLD STAR SALOON
BRENTON & HICKS. Props.
Old and nem patrons will f jnd best brands
Wines, .Liquors, and Cigars
Good Service. Courteous Treatment
DROP IN Main Street Burns, Oregon!
wwwwi General Contractors and Builders
urns, Ore, - - Vale, Ore
-uiua at the Burns Hotel