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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1912)
I Til! B COUNTY
(nil 87 u.
wns up from
Kin the city the
; & Williams.
jownn the Land
lises should be
Ipf wall paper nt
?n & uo'8.
I'paRo what Luna-
was among oun
Silver crock this
find wifo and S.
rifo are over from
TE SEWING MA-
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At The Close of Iiusincna April 18th, 1912
Loans and Discounts $271,701.85
Ronds-and Securities 41,002.78
Premium on U. S. Bonds j 2,000.00
Real Estato, Furniture niid. Fixtures 7, 182. 15
Five per cent Redemption Fund 1,250.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits ...
Capital and Surplus
Untied States Depositary
Orepon State Depositary
emore, agent, for
.Tailoring Co., in-
of Burns to call
has established a
in llnrncy nnu is
orders there es-
ly expects to leave
Drtland to person-
io machinery and
new harness ana
vhich he will open
Irs. Alex Ilnnley,
ighingGi and 7 lbs.
rid babes arc report-
and the happy par
ing showered with
3 by their numer-
Id A. T. Raycraft
Valley View Mon-
iny with their mother
jute to Seattle for n
remained in town
settle up his con
dings erected at the
seting tor the nur-
"at the court house
i: evening May 1, at
. Everyone who is
the development of
lected to be there.
ahead for nil who
Hon and his bride who
lmediately after the
it week for the par-
i of the Dillons near
had a rather strenu-
thc auto getting stuck
oles twice and they
I. to stop for the night
ead while a feast was
them at the home of
ive that the worst evil
ce today is the Credit
Fit has caused more
bore headaches, inoro
are worry, more gray
harsh words, more
kgs, more unhappincss,
ily troubles, more din-
are homes to be sacrific-
busincss lost, more
more bankruptcy and
les than nil other evils
buna, Dalton & Co.
Vulcanizing nt Gcmborling'H.
Harry Carey came up from
Frank GroiT and family have
moved to their homestead near
Florsheim Shoes are the best
we carry them.
Sciignk & Williams.
Otto Nystrom wns up from his
ranch near Princeton the fore
part of the week.
See The Inlnnd Empire Realty
Co. in regard to your Real Estate
or Government Land Business.
Herbert Albright will take a
position with Mr. Burton in the
Home Bakery next week.
You should inspect the fine as
sortment of Wall Paper nt Luna
burg. Dalton & Go's.
Potatoes both for table use and
seed-Grant Sturlevant, at the
Drs. Marsden & GrilHth operat
ed on Arthur White last week
for appendicitis and he is recover
Clay Clemens mill is the near
est one to Burns where nil kinds
of lumber both rough and dress
ed can be had. Near Canyon
road. Call him by 'phone.
Architect Elliott came- oyer
from his home nt Ontario last
Sunday to inspect the work on
the public school building. He
will remain hero for a time look
ing after the work.
Phone us nt our expense any ,
hutinrH3 vou mnv hnvo. Fire In
surance. Listings, Homestead official count of election
Matters, Etc. Phone 214.
Inland Empiiie Realty Co.
C. A. Schaper and wife, ac
companied by their daughter,
Miss Minnie, came over from their On and after May 1st I
home at Diamond Sunday. They run n strictly Cash Business,
' Mrs. J. T. Barnes has been
quito ill at her home in this city.
A young, gentle, fresh milch
cow for sale first class Ray
Margaret lies Comedy and Drn
mntic Co. at Tonawnma all next
Ed Springer and family are up
from Nnrrows visitng at the
home of Mrs. Thos. Sagers.
Barred Plymouth Rock and
Minorca eggs $1 per setting of
15-Mrs. W. E. Huston.
A $70 WHITE SEWING MA
CHINE TO HE GIVEN A WA Y
AT SCHWARTZ'S. READ
Harold Johansen was in from
his home near Buchanan Wed
nesday evening to ride the Wood
Archie McGowan the Land
Man wants a little confidential
chat with you about anything
you have to sell.
Postmaster I)ggan was stick
en with his old complaint, kidney
trouble, last night and is confined
to his home.
Rough nnd dressed lumber of
nil kinds now on hand at the
Williams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough
lumber $15 per thousand.
Mrs. Fred Clingan and her sis
ter, Miss link1, came in from the
homestead yesterday to attend
the Odd Fellow colobration.
Jnspor Davis nnd wifo came
down from Harney Wednesday.
Mr. Davis assisted in malting the
Homer Reed was confined to
his room n few days this week
but is again able to be at his
place of business a portion of the
were over on land uusmess aim
to attend the Stoner-Schaper
We believe that THE CREDIT
SYSTEM was the cause of Mont
gomery Ward & Co. success. Did
thoy credit7 No, they Baw your( jy nn(j j. y. Buchanan and fam
money before thoy wrapped up jy came in yesterday to attend
the goods. This drove the cash the Odd Follows nnniversnry
trade to them and tho credit uusi- celebration.
ness to tne iocai mureiimu. . k , no
bundles will be returned if
Buuns Steam Laundiiy.
Watch Burns Grow.
School Supt. Hamilton are fain-
Lunaiiuuo, Dalton & Co.
A $70.00 SEWING
July, the 4th, 1912
If You Hold The Lucky Ticket
From May 1st until .Inly Urd, 1012, u mini
bored tickot. will bo given with acli ciihIi iir-
thtim miido in my ntoro. On July 4th, a draw
ing will ho nindu imdor tho HUpervimon of a coni
initU'o, conHiHting of woll known uitizoiiH. Who-
vor lioldH tho tieKoi rorroHponumg wiwi wiu
hunibor drawn, will rocoivo Iivo of charo
A $7.000 HIGH GRADE'SEWING MACHINE
Masonic - Building
Jack a dull boy." There is to be
plenty of fun on clean up day.
Como to the muss meeting Wed
nesday evening and help plan
Fred Gohrung enme up from
his Sunset home Tuesday on busi
ness. He says the giiphadthe
best of him for a few weeks but
ho has recovered and is rendy for
tho spring work.
Mrs. J. W. Beery nnd two
children arrived from Missouri
lust Sunday and nro gnosis at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Beery. Mr. Beery and brother
Ralph nro on their wny in from
Friends in this city havo re
ceived tho news of the marriage
of Roswell Hamilton nnd Miss
Lorena Wirt which toolc placo in
Portland Wednesday. Mr. Ham
ilton met his brido wliilo both
were attending the Agricultural
Collego at Corvallis.
Wo havo decided lo discontinue
our lino of nlcoholB nnd liquors
and havo somo sweeping re
ductions in price. Now is tho
time to Iny in n supply boforotho
stock is exhausted. It will not
last long nt tho price wo nro mak
ing. Wo will sell you n good
articlo at $3.50 por gallon. -BuitNs
Vulcanizing at Gepiborllng'fl.
Alfalfa nnd other grass seeds
nt tho Burns Department Store.
F. A, Ford, tho Ontario auto
man, was In tho city for sovoral
days during tho week.
For Sale Blnck Ferchcron
Stallion, 5 years old in spring.
Good papers. Ciaudo McGce.
For Rent-C Bcary'B ranch
nenr tho NnrrowB. For particu
lars, inquire of Scott Hnloy, Nnr
rows. Link nnd Thos. Hutton wcro
ovor from Wngontiro tho first of
tho week accompanied by their
A $70 WHITE SEWING MA
CHINE TO HE GIVEN A WA Y
AT SCHWARTZ'S. READ
A now lino of spring goods in
cluding lints, ties, shirts, belts,
dress goods etc., on hand nt A.
Mrs. Frank Johnson left today
for Redmond to moot her Bister,
Mrs. smitn irom Missouri, it is
thirty years since they last met.
Mrs. Miller is nt tho I. Schwartz
Busy Corner with n full lino of
spring millinery and is constantly
ndding to tho stock which will bo
kept up nil during tho season.
Wo nro after tho Firo Insur
ance business and want your bus
iness. Insuro with tho Reliable
;HTNA and HARTFORD CO'S.
INLAND EMPIRE REALTY
We wish to extend our heart
felt thanks to our neighbors nnd
friends for their kindness nnd
assistance to us during the recent
illness nnd death of our little son.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Hoffeditz.
Many sufTerers from rheuma
tism have been surprised and de
lighted with the prompt relief
afforded by npplying Chnmber
laih's Liniment. Not one case of
rheumatism in ten requires any
internal treatment whatever.
This liniment is for sale by all
The Woman's Civic Improve
ment Club will meet next Tues
day evening, April 30, nt eight
o'clock, in Mr. McConnell's office.
Dr. Geary will address tho Club,
and plnns for tho "clean up"
will bo discussed. Every lady,
whether a member or not, is
asked to come with nn idea to
Tho statements of our two
banks shown in this issue certain
ly indicate the strength of our
financial institutions. Tho total
footings of tho two show $1,000,
003 in round numbers. The First
National with a cash reserve of
$130,000. and deposits $385,000,
the Harney County National lias
a cash reserve or $lou,lHXJ nnu
deposits amounting to $375,000.
We believe that tho credit busi
ness is abused nnd indulged in
beyond u necessity and that many
H!op!o buy more than they need,
more than they should, more than
they arc able, becauso they can
buy it on credit, that it can be
eliminated ton very great extent,
and that it would bo better for
both customers and msrchnnt to
Lunaruro, Dalton & Co.
J. II. Loggnn wns brought in
last Saturday evening and is nt
the home of his daughter, Mrs
Bert Bower. Mr. Loggan start
ed in from Bend Inst week und
suffered n relapse, having felt
much better upon leaving Port
land. Tho rough roads made
traveling in an uuto hard for him
and ho was brought in from
Brookings on a spring wagon by
Presbyterian Church Sunday
April 28 preaching at 11 u. m.
nnd 7:45 p. in., telephone time.
Morning theme: "Tho Door".
Subject for evening: "The Wreck
of tho Titnnic; Tho Cause; What
it Means to tho World; Tho Cure
for bucIi Disasters." Special
music suitable for tho occasion
will bo rendered by tho choir nnd
Mr. Waldo Geer will rendor n
baritone solo "Asleep in tho
Deep." Tho pnBtor is a descen
dant of seafaring peop'o for gen
erations and is familiar with the
conditions governing the move
ment of ships upon the sea.
V t, r -.,- XT. nn T n
O. F. nnd Sylvia R. D. No. 43
joined in n celebration of the
anniversary of tho order last
night nt their hall. A large num
ber of members nnd Invited
guests assembled in tho lurgo
lodgo room nnd enjoyed a very
pleasant evening. No fixed pro
gram Was followed but a genornl
reunion and social timo wns had.
All joined in singing America
and this was followed by an im
promptu nddrcssby A. B. Whit
ney, Later the young peoplo en
joyed dancing while those who
did not caro to dance visited. A
fino banquet was served in tho
banquet room adjoining the hall,
THE ELECTION RETURNS.
Official CoiiQf of Ike Primary CIcI!m
Made and Results Now Kdowo.
Tho primary election returns
for this county nro in, and tho
official count is completed. Tho
weather conditions influenced
tho vote, some precincts whero
thoro are n largo number of
sheepmen held no election and in
others n light vote was polled.
Tho nominees for county offi-
cors nrc about as indicated in our
Inst issuo and wo are ablo to
state definitely tho district nom
inees with tho exception of dis
trict ntlorney on tho democratic
ticket. Aker carried tills county
by u small majority and also his Sinnolt
home county, Malheur, but Co
znd has carried Grant.
Mr. Brooke is tho republican
nominee for district attorney uy
a small margin. He lost Mal
heur by 14, made a stand-off in
Grant against Duncan, his near
est competitor, nnd carried this
county by 40, thus getting it by
( Hurley for representative lost
Malheur by 40, but carried this
county by 40, getting tho nomi
nation over Kingman by G votes.
Following shows tho totals of
each candidate from tho official
Delegates to Nat. Conventien:
Goss ., 1
Holmes '. .9
Jewell '. 1
Muloney .. 6
Clnrk ' 191
Harmon , 10
Beery '. 325
La Folletto G3
Olcott .... 151
Edward : CO
Altclilnnoi , 107
llrouke 1 1 fi
Hurley 1 07
Cole .'. no
Goodman , 210
REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
OrilURNS, Orctitm, Made to the Comptroller of
Ctirrencu, April 18th, 1012.
United Stales Bonds , 25,275.94
Municipal Bonds and County Warrants 58,563.18
Furniture and Fixtures 3,702.77
'1 l.tlr..r.tnn fr. XT. - PAHimMftniti
Knnt ol the roaitltlon of (be
MAKNCY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ol UUKNS
l liurtu, in tti Htata ol Orrun. at Ids cloi of
bu.lum, Arll III. Mi.
lxnn,l HUruuiili 1.01.777 TO
Omdotii, ioi'mt'1 nil utuwure.l Civ 21
U.H. Uoiiili to tocur circulation l,HDW
U. H. lloudi to tecura U. S. Ir)uilti S.ouno
rrtmluniaou U.S. lUuida 7itlH
Hondi, ncuilllo.tte Ues 1
lltuklof tiooaa, furultura and Atlurf a 3 ir! 77
lua frum National Ilauka (not re
aartra at aula) l.M,i; a
Uua Iroiu approval raatrv ajeim ICicU.'If-O
C'borVa and othucaih llama A.V17
Nolta ol otuar National llanta I.'Aj no
Ktaclloual apr eurrancj, nlrkala
and caula 131 II)
l.iwn'L Momiy lUutn IN IU"K,
UcalTandarNotaa MUD 54.a; 10
KaOamllon tuml wlthU.H.Traaaurcr,
(1 r rant ot circulation) VTo Ul
Capital atock pot J In t tt.OOOOO
Hutplua fund.. 3,.Va(io
Ulitllflda.1 prnflta. laa eiHti'ra auu
Nattoual liana notaa uutalandlne 19.MUOO
luilll1ualiWoalta aubject to check x,M7M
Tlma cartlflcataa ol tlaiioalt TS.V9I f
L'ciltlladCbacka .... MM
Caihlar'a cbacta oulatamltue 7,Mo IV
United 8talva DaoIU. Vt.l -.'1
Total l?,oil in
Counljrot llarnef, i
I, lon XI. llrowu, t'aablar ol Iba abnve
uamatl bauk. do aolaiuuljr avruar tbat IbaaUni,
atatamant lalrualolba bcalul my kUKWlvdiiv
l.auN M, HaowN, Caiblar
Subactlbed and aworu lo balorv ma tbli S7lli
day ot Aptll, 1111.
A. W. (Iohan
tUaal Notary l'nbllo
t'oltacl- A Had:
I, M. DilTON
Capital Stock $ 26,000.00
Surplus and Profits 28,723.41
ACCOUNTS CORDIALLY INVITED.
Untied Stall n Deponltury
I'otlal Saving I'll n da
Depoiltary For The
Slat of Oregon
Best flour (guarantee) $8.50
bbl. Harriman Mercantile Co.
: Star Hotel
S. J. MIDWINTER, Prop.
NARROWS, - OROOON I
litis will bo found a doslrablo
and hotpltablo stopping place
where comfort and courteous
treatment tiro coimldored first J
Feed Barn I
Conducted In connection
The Imported Dapple Gray
Weight, About 1900 Pounds
lie We Will Make The Season of 1912 At
Cal Clemens Ranch
McMenamy Place, half mile from Hums
Reasonale Terms Call or Write
Gasoline Traction Engines
Hand and Wind Mill Pumps
Irrigation Outfits a Specialty
All Kinds of Farm Machinery
Tin and Plumbing Shop
AUTO STAGE TO BEND
Superior Service - - Quickest Way $
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE
PLEASURE RIDE OF EIQHT HOURS TO RAILROAD
, H. ROIIU, Agent, Burns Garage, Burns, Oregon h
--r s nAv vL--tf baL?r xr "HA mt
Arrived Via Auto Trucks
Shoqs for Everybody
Hats For Men and Children
Summer Hats For the Women
The Burns Bep'm't. Store
BUDDIST, NO. 2853
Imported German Coach
Will iiial.i' tho Season df 1912 at my ranch
Nine IVliles East of Burns
Hmldist i tho sliv of tho highost priced colta in Harney county
o.xcept stnmlnrd hrod specials nnd his get speaks for his qualities
as a sire, rasturo ami enro ior marea on the place.
TERHS TO INSURE $15.00
0. L. SHINGLEDECKER, Burns, Ore