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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1912)
If 's Our Business to know
Any mnn who wears our clothes may 0 w
with tlio confident iwuraneo (lml lu n
We want you to co our Spring and Sum
mer lino of Woolens, wo want you to place
your confidence in us.
Wc also take measures for ladies
suits; wc invite the ladies to call
and inspect our fine line of
SCHENK & WILLIAMS
J HERCHANTTAILOKS-LEADINQ CLOTHIERS
f .Cleaning Pressing and Repairing
Burns, Ore.. Odd Follows Bldg.
STItC 0!;illICli-?litIlir d ,V,Vn(,s for. ,lis nPPenrnnco in July.
"'' WW UUUU. The members of the now Grand
J Jury are: Sam Mothcrshead, fore-
M. r "'"; U. li. Uavis, L. C. Uratl-
Manacir nolti j. s. Johnson, John Win-
, termeier, Fred Denstcdt, A. S.
The men convicted on criminal
J charges wore started for the pen-
. itentiary Thursday afternoon in
charge of Geo. S. Sizemore, Tlios.
. llowsor and Jnmes Crawford.
TUIIUVY Willi. 13, 1912
CIRCUIT COURT WORK.
WHEREAS. Spring has set in
and the accumulations of debris
and rubbish of winter are in evi
WHEREAS, Thursday the 18th
insL has been selected and de
fy home in this city Tuesday,
April t). Tho little one had been
very ill for several days and his
death was not unexpected. The
funeral service was conducted by
Rev. C. W. Holloman at the home
Wednesday afternoon. The be
reaved mother was prostrated at
the loss and too ill to accompany
the little body to tho cemetery
later. She is much better now.
They have the sympathy of a
wide circle of friends.
John Hoffeditz, the seven-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Hoffedit?., died at (he family
home in Valley View on Thurr-
signated as the day by which all day, April 1 1, from the ejects of
ttltl f r ntnivtinnn nH,l (Ua n(unl..' li f .
1'iituu; , lyiiuava uiiu uiu nuuuui scanei lever. interment, was
adjacent thereto should be clean
ed and cleared, and
WHEREAS. For the purpose
of united action in cleaning, clear-
made near the Valley View school
house. John was a bright little
fellow and idolised by his parents
Considerable business was dis
posed of in Court during the
week before adjouring Thursday
evening. Disposition of the fol
lowing cases since our last issue
Sophia Tupker vs. M. L. Lewis.
Attachment Default and judg
ment by consent of defendant's
attorney in open court.
Clay Clemens vs. Fred Racine
Attachment. Passed until I
ouiyio. i ,!! .i
EQUITY. J WHEREAS, It appearing that
Chris Lackman vs. Christina Friday the 19th of April, 1012, is
Tjjpl-man Om'nr ritln Pnfnrrml n cnnvnninnr limn fnr nnpli crnn.
toM. L. Blott to report testi-, oral clearing and cleaning up, . Samuel F. Hutton, the highly
mony. ' THEREFORE BE IT RESOL-1 respected old pioneer, died at his
R. L. Gillispie vs. C. II. Rob-lVED, That a mass meeting be home at Wagontire Thursday
eruon - oiiecuic periormance. .11. mu v.yu. t uouau m uur.s. , f t,,rnooll nf u,r jncss ,)f HCV.
flllUIUKo illlU UUUICU 1UI Jllillll- Vl-K"i "" illUlOlUlJf UVUIIIIIK UIU
tiff. . 18th of April, 1912, for the pur-
C. C. Lundy vs. Corda Lundy pose of discussing the cleaning
Divorce. Findings and decree ' movement generally and devising
for defendant. Custody of child I ways and means thereto, and.
awarded to Mrs. Cecil and ali-i FURTHER RESOLVED, That
mony, MOW. sio.UU tier month ineso resolutions be lurnished
ingand beautifyinir thecitv iron-1 It wasi sad death indeed niul
orally, nnd for a social time in so .the bereaved tmrents and sister
have the heartfelt sympathy of
from tils daughter Tn Wdaliomu
that she was coming and tho
body will bo hold until she reaches
Mrs. A. 0. Faulkner died sud
denly at her homo in UiIh city
Thursday ovoning, tho cause of
death being thronibosiB of tho
pulmonary artery. The lady had
been feeling well nil day and had
remnrked on how well she fclL
Hernur.se was making prepara
tions for Mrs. Faulkner to retire
when alio suddenly said it was
hard to got her breath. Tho
nurse thought sho had merely
fainted but telephoned for her
physician and tho estimablo lady
expired almost immediately. A
little daughtor was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Faulkner on March 2Gth
and tho mother hnd been gaining
rapidly, tho sudden death coming
most unexpectedly. Dr. Marsden
states such cases arc very rare.
It was a terrible shock to the
husband and hundreds of warm
friends when her death was an
nounced. Funeral arrangements
have not been made as both the
mothers of Mr. and Mrs. Faulk
ner are en route from their homes
in the east and their arrival is
indefinite. The services will be
held sometime the latter part of
tho (oming week.
Mrs. Faulkner was born in Van
Wert. Ohio, April J), 1882 and
was married to Mr. Faulkner on
July M. 1909 coming to Rums
soon after where slid has since
made her home. Sho soon made
many friends among her associ
ates in Hums and her homo was
made cheerful by her amiable
disposition. She was most high
ly esteemed by a wide circle of
friends who mourn with tho
bereaved husband her untimely
I OCA I. AM) IM.KSONAI.
I llll Ml
Alfalfa anil other grass bocJb
at tho Burnu Department Store.
Ladies of Burns are invited to
call at tho homo of Mrs. Ii. M.
Horton and bco samples of the
FIREI FIRE! FIRE!
Your homo or barn may burn
before tomorrow. You can not
afford (o tnko your own risk for
what littlo it costs -$7r.() per
$1,000 ono year; $15.00 for three
years. Writo ua what you have
to insure. INLAND EMPIRE
EggB from leading varieties
standard bred poultry, express
prepaid, $2.00. Write for circu
lar. Simpson's Pheasant Farm,
Work horses and mules for
sale. Suitable for ranch work or
grading purposes. Are well
broke. Intending purchasers
would do well to come and look
this stock over before buying
elsewhere. Also have 150 head
of unbroko marcs and horses,
suitable for all purposes, and 100
head of 2 and '$ year old mules.
Stock can be seen nt the Himley
Ranch, three miles east of Burns.
John G. South.
Our Spring Line of Wash Goods is now on dis
play. You will find a hrgeand beautiful variety
to select Irom and
from the usual lines carried elsewhere. Our prices
just as attractive as the designs are original.
Tho livo mnn nf toduv enn lake ' Special Coat Sale. All Indies'
Life Insuranco but will not , d Childrens' Coats .'MJ per cent
He thinks ho does not need it '". Sweater coals 25 percent
until tomorrow. I off and a reduction on all Winter
The dead man of yesterday Clothing. -A. K. RicilAUU.soN.
would take Life Insurance today
but can not.
He known now that ho needed
" rr I 4
for care of child.
J. W. Shown vs. Joseph Clark
and Oregon & Western Coloniza
tion Co. Injunction continued
for the term by consent.
Carrie Hanks vs. Ashcr Hanks
Divorce. Findings and decree
James Snodgrass vs. Van S.
Curtis. Referred to official re
porter. Martha Sagers vs.Thos. Sagers
Divorce. Referred to official
Jay Jenkins vs. S. F. Jenkins
Injunction. Findings and de
cree for plaintill". No costs to
State vs. Jesse Marshall As- 7K vnn nhi
f?UJ'?:te.uJ,"7broURhf 'and his wife
in a. vciuiuiuj. .lssuil uuinii armeu
the local papers for publication
G. W. Clkvengkr, Mayor,
Pres. Commercial Club,
Pros. Merchants' Asso.
Mrs. W. L. Blott,
Pres. Woman's Improve
THE GRIM REAPER.
nil weeks. The body was
brought to this city and the fun
eral service will be held this after
noon at the Presbyterian church
Rev. Dr. Babbidgc conducting
Mr. Hutton wns born in Perry
county, Ohio, July 2.'5, 18 W. Was
I married in that state in 1805 and
with his family camo to Jackson
county in 1878, moviug in 1881 to
Wagontire Mountain in this coun
ty where they had since resided.
I By hard work Mr. Hutton accu
mulated a considerable fortune
and his sons wanted him to en-
with a dangerous weapon. Sen-
1 section for many years. Dr.
tenced indeterminate, six months Geary went out to see the old
to ten years. lady and was at the home at the
J. M. Taylor who was convict- time of her death,
ed of murder in first decree was(
m -:.-, Danie, Han, die( at
joy it but tne sturdy old man was
DlED-Near Alberson on April content and happy on his big
2,of pneumonia, GumasindoBor-j ranch and remained there until
mudis, aged G8 years. His wife ,j8 death. He is survived by his
uaroune, uieci on April y irom w,f0 ami three children, Lincoln,
cancer of the stomach. She was, .md Tlmmna. tlm Kim . livn
The old Spaniard near the family home, and his
had resided in that ,lniicrhl.r. Mrs. Iminn Vnnlnr. ro.
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State vs. Arthur and Harry
Spangler Larceny of a mare.
Jury brought in a verdict of
guilty and recommended mercy.
Sentenced one to ten years and
paroled by the court.
State vs. John Osborn -Assault
with intent to kill. Placed un
der $1000 bond to appear at ad
journed term .iuiy la.
Court adjourned Thursday
evening to re-convene at an ad
journed term &et for July 18.
Judge Biggs left yesterday for
Vale where he opens a term of
court on next Monday.
A new grand jury was drawn
and did some work, bringing in
an indictment against John Os
born for cutting Scott. Ho gave
sides on Silver Creek. He is also
biirvived by one brother, James,
who resides in Colorado, a sister
'Mrs. Longfellow, of Medford and
I another sister, Mrs. Bell in Colo-thoirado.
county hospital last Saturday
aiternoon irom pneumonia, aged VVilliam T. Smith passed away
50 years. Deceased came here ysterday(Al)riIi2nftt.ran illness
several years ago at the time ofIof somc ten (layHf He contracted
the erection of the Harney County . nneumon jn. Mr. Smith wns 07
National Bank and had yet been I yearso(1 nnd ,md rCHidol here
a resident of this place working about 7 yc,arfli Hc enBnKC(j in
at his trade as a stone cutter. Hor(al calale 1)Uain(!HH waH nn allc.
was ill but a few days. He leaves ,ionccr and nso was nKent f0f
a widow here, but we do not know Kaaoiine 0IIKjnes. n0 ia,i q re
whether he had other relatives lativo8 , th! Beclon but his
or not. Interment was made in wid()W and urK(i fnmy of
tho Burns cemetery Sunday. cliililren survive him in Oklaho-
,. . ma. The funeral had been ar-
onasieei ouiiHuury, u.e uikiii- ranKcd for tomorrow afternoon
monthB old son of Mr. and Mrs
C. M. Salisbury, died at tho fami-
but later a telegram was received
For Sali: Black Percheron
Stallion, 5 years old in spring.
Good papers.- Claude McGce.
For Rent- C. Beaiy's ranch
near1 the Narrows. For particu
lars, inquire of Scott Haley, Nar
Sheiilf Richaidson leaves to
day to deliver the ballot boxes
in the southern precincts for the
primary election to be held next
Fred Wyalt will call upon the
people of this eounty beginning
in April soliciting orders for
groceries delivered at the near
est railioad point.
Mrs. Miller isat the I. Schwartz
Busy Corner with a full line of
spring millinery and is constantly
adding to the stock which will be
kept up all during the season.
We are after the Fire Insur
ance business and want your bus
iness. Insure with the Reliable
ATTN A and HARTFORD CO'S.
INLAND HMIMItK RKALTY
The services at the Presbyter
ian church tomorrow at 11 a. m.
and 7:110 p. m. The pastor will
preach especially to young men
nt tho evening service; the cho
rus choir have prepared special
W. C. MacIIenry recently nr
rived here from Iowa to spend
the summer and may remain per
manently. He had (piite an ex
perience in reaching here on nc
countof the floods throughout tho
J. K. Sawhill is over from
Bend, having brought in his first
load of freight on his auto trucks.
Mr. Sawhill has established a
lino of auto trucks between Burns
and Bend nnd will do a general
freighting business carrying ex
press and baggage as well. JIc
has an ad in this issue.
'The water in Silvies River
reached the highest mark of last
year the fore part of this week
and is still rising. The rain and
snow storms of Wednesday gave
some additional moisluio and
there is still considerable snow
in tho mountains which would
indicate a greater supply of flood
water this season and it will last
longer than last year.
General Repair Shop Hear W.
Today is, tomorrow may never t (). White's Shop, S. Main Street
Do it now, insure with
E. C. Egcjleston,
in the Oregon Life.
Plumbing, Pump and Wind
Mill Work a Specially.
ROY VAN WINKLE,
"The Land Mnn."
PHy County Abstract Company
HURNS (INCORPORATED) OREGON
A nodern and Complete Set of Indexes and an Abstract Copy of
Every Instrument on Record In llnrnoy County.
THE COMPANY THAT WILL EVENTUALLY DO YOUR WORK
Oregon and Western
To the People of Burns and Harney
Count i), Greetinsj:
I the undersigned take this means ito become
better acquainted with you. 1 have come to Burns
to take chargeof said company's ollke. Mr. Frank
Johnson, with whom many of you are acquainted
will be closely associated with me and the work of
this office during the coming summer.
Wo are hero to do business, and cordially in
vito nil who have the advancement and develop
ment of Burns and Harney County in mind and as
a fixed puriioso in doing business, to call and get
acquainted, and help encourage us to "Boost" bus
iness along, and to those who live out of town and
in the rural districts, wo invite you to visitouroffice
while in town and use the same as a place where
you can meet each other to transact your business,
and if you wish to talk with us about the business
affairs of the company we represent. Aid now in
tho language of our National Ode, which seems to
apply bo fittingly to Harney County, Oregon, wo
will say, "Look up, look forth nnd on, there is
light in the dawning sky, the clouds are parting,
the night is gone, prepare for the work of the day;
fallow thy pastures, lie and far thy shepherds
stray, and the fields of thy vast domain are wait
ing for richer seeds of knowledge, desire and
deeds; but keep thy garments clean, pluck them
back with thought disdain from the touch of hands
that stain, so shall thy strength endure, transmute
into good tho gold of gain, 'till the bounty of com
ing hours shall plant on thy fields apart with the
oak of toil the rose' of nrt; bo watchful and keep us
so; bo strong and fear no foe; be just nnd tho
world shall know; with the samo love love us as wo
give, and tho day shall never come thai finds us
weak or dumb to join or smite or cry in the greal
work tor theo to die, or the greater work for thee
to live." Respectfully,
A. TFT". tft,m,XC7-TTVr
Obtain Your Wants at
e 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 be and resulus which tlu'
doctor desires will be secured.
USE OUR ROSE CREAM
To couiUerHcl the effect of these March Winds.
J. C, Welcome, Jr Prop.
We Have Opened Oflices in the New Masonic
Huildirtff in Burns, and arc Prepared
Furnish Accurate, Reliable
and Complete Abstracts of
Title to all Lands in Harney Co.
Buy and Sell Real Estate in
rie and Small Tracts.
TA Write Fire Insurance in the
" Strongest Old Line Complies
8,000 acre tract irrigated Iand-
best in Central OregonFirst
class colonization project. TERMS
All Business, Intrusted To Us Will Receive
Prompt and Careful Attention.
Rooms -1 and 5 Masonic ISuilding.
Look! Look! Look!
A Cliolco ItesiiluriLO, rorner lot, bovoii rooinn,
funiuio, flro plueo, and nil modern convent
iiiitos, ono block Irom car lino In cliolco ron.
uYnliiil fiectlou of I'orllanil,
I'rlco 10,600. inortKHKH of f J.000.
Will exchange for fjoocl value
in a Harneji County Farm.
WHAT HAVE YOU TOR THIS EXCUANOL?
The Sawhill Transportation Co.
Will Haul Your
Heavy and Light Freight
Express and Baggage
Visitthe Old Home LOW FARES
Itound Trip tickets to principal
cities in Middle Western
and Eastern States.
(IoIiik limit nitron iIiijh, flniil it.tiirn
limit IVtob r ill, 1U. l.lllliltAI,
HTOl'OVISH I'KIVIiMtflM. Olmliii of
lrupurtluim(clly Reduced Fares
to Mniiy Other Points '
0. S. L. and Union Pacific
AUTOMATIC IILOCK SKINA1.
Burns Meat Market
H. J. HANSEN, Proprhtor
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton,
Sausage, Bologna, Liver,
class .Meal Min-l.i,. ;.,
any quant it v.
hi a (li-st ch
Wholesale and Retail
Prompt and Satisfactory Service
Any and all the time.
Kt. I.ouln .
And Willi Tho
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVENTO RUSH ORDERS
See Us For Particulars as to Rates anil Service
Al'UII. 25. Ml, !!7 lo Ht. l'niil mi I M I iinon h1Ih only.
MAY 2, M, 11,10, 11,17, IB, 21, SI).
JUNK I, (I, 7,8, la, H, 15, 17, 18, ID, SO, 31, 21, 20, 27, 28, 20.
JULY 9, 3, II, 7, II, 12, 15, ill, VO 22, 211, 2(1, 20, ai), III,
A U15II8T 1, 2, 2, (I, 7, 13, 10, 1(1, 22. "J, 80, :t0, M .
HICITIOMIIlIll 4, 5, 0, 7, H, II, 13, IIO.
Through Train Service to the East
Call on or wrlto nearest O.-W. R. & N. Agent anil lot him assist
you In outlining A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER OUTING, or address
I GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, Portland,
bayles & Mcdonald
General Contractors and Builders
Burns, Ore. - - Vale, Ore
Located at the Burns Hotel
THE OLD STAR SALOON
BRENTON & HICKS, Props.
Old and new patrons will find best brands
Wines, liquors, and Gig-ars
X """" owrteom Treatment
mam street Burns, Oregon
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