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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1912)
EBT 01HCUI.AT10N OF
is up from La wen
id Pressing nenlly
Knk & Williams.
son nntl Bert Porter
l Sunset yesterday.
i'McGowan the lnnd
ck of wnll paper at
ilton & Co's.
lis page what Lunn-
& Co. believe.
lor anil who were
risitors from Sunset
ting; good music; free
bly contests Friday,
kite big clean up day.
MITE SEWING MA
DE GIVEN AWAY
ing comedy is tlio bill
peed by the Margaret
light at Tonawama.
Sizemore, agent, for
lies' Tailoring Co., in-
ftdies of Burns to call
EW. Hollowman, pastor
l)tist church, arrived
Saturday from Wash-
ro he had accompanied
f young Saegers.
Illman and his brother
Pin the city a few days
Mr. Dillman has
nng at Diamond; lus
100I closing last Friday
ry pleasant program.
ibrce, an Oregon pio
at Dallas on April 25.
i brother of the late Dr.
lEmbree and an uncle of
I Van Embrco of Sunset.
ee was at one timu a
f this county.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Tito Clone of Dimness April 18th, 11)12
Loans and Discounts $271,701.85
U. S. Bonds
Bonds and Securities
Premium on U. S. Bonds
Real Estate, Furnituro and Fixtures. . . .
Five per cent Redemption Fund
Surplus and Undivided Prollts
Capital and Surplus
United States Depositor
Oreion State Depositary
Vulcanizing ut Gomborllng's.
Jasper Davis Ib over from Har
ney. A. S. Swain is again able to bo
out after a Biego of sickness.
Best Hour (guarantee) $8.50
bbl. Ilnrriman Mercantile Co.
Geo. Belchers, a mechanic con
nected with tho Cadillac Auto
Co. is in tho city.
Foil Salk Black Pcrchcron
Stallion, 5 years old in opring.
Good papers. Claudo McGee,
Clean Up Day
Vulcanizing at Gemberling's. ' Fred Oakcrman is in tho city
ii w..i ;u .,,. f-n, from his Silver creek homo.
XIUlllJ' It V.-IV.UIIIU " w..,i i..j
Florsheim Shoes are the best
wo carry them.
Sciiiink & Williams.
T. McDonald has gone out to
Portland and other points. He
will be absent two weeks.
Wo are informed Alva Springer
has placed an order for a fine
$3,000 Cadillac auto.
Tho young people enjoyed a
social dance after the show last
A. C. Linch was up from Nar-
Deputy Sheriff Byron Torrill is
ablo to bo on tho street again
after a severe attack of pncumo
nla. Foil Rhnt-C. Beary's ranch
near tho Narrows. For particu
lars, inquire of Scott Haley, Nar
rows. Link and Thos. Hulton were
over from Wagontire the first of
tho week accompanied by their
Remember wo aro closing out
licpiors, so hurry for tho stock is
going rapidly-Lunaberg, Dalton,
Ireithaupt of the Exper
ation called at the Times-
Bfficc the first of this
show a span of fine
ift mares which Wm.
iad presented to the sta-
Ine of them had n fine
liule colt by her side.
chonk of the firm of
t& Williams, left for Port-
first of the week to or-
M for their establishment.
2nk and his partner are
:a fine business in mer-
liloring and general furn-
ind we are pleased to see
Iding new features.
byterian Church Speak-
the Pastor at 11 a. m.
m.--telephono time call
ii and get it Morning
trening: Recipes for a
Marriage." If you want
ppy though married come
Id out how. Special music
fe and excellent choir.
Bates, publisher of the
Northwest, expects to
lanother tour of the east in
time, taking a young lady
eh county of the state to
for Oregon while enroute.
Bates desires a represent-
Itfrom this county and Borne
' lady should take advant-
the chance for such a trip.
feTimes-Herald will furnish
.information to any young
L"who desires to go if she
all nt this office.
Mm. Tl, Inln.wl Kmnlrn U.IlliV "OW8 the fore part of till! Week
"- " " 1 . .
on mis in ess.
Co. in regard to your Real Estate
or Government Land Business.
You should inspect the fine as
sortment of Wall Paper at Luna
burg, Dalton & Co's.
Potatoes both for table use and
seed-Grant Sturtevant, at the
Sidney Comegys, the democra
tic nominee for sherilf, was in
the city during the week.
Barred Plymouth Rock and
Minorca eggs $1 per sotting of
15-Mrs. W. E. Huston. . .
Geo. Smyth arrived homo from
Pi,,t p,inilnil li.fi TliiiMilnv fni Portland on I-mlay of last week
Portland where he goes on busi- with a line new Cadillac car.
ness to bo absent ten days or two (;ene Dickenson and wife were
in from the Ijiiwcn neighborhood
tho fore part of the week on land
Woman's day; woman general;
women captains: The Female of
the Species will boss the job;
Friday, May 10th.
Clay Clemens mill is tho 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.
II. K. Donnelly and C. B. Mc
Connell have gone over to Silves
Creek to have a look at the water
which is higher this year than
for the past four years.
Phone us at our expense any
business you may have, Fire In
Hurance, Listings, Homestead
Matters, Etc. Phone 2M.
Inland Emimhk Rralty Co.
Wo believe that THE CREDIT
SYSTEM was tho cause of Mont
gomery Ward & Co. success. Did
they credit? No, they saw your
money before they wrapped up
the goods. This drove the cash
trade to them and tho credit busi
ness to the local merchant.
Lunahuiio. Dalton & Co.
At a meeting of the stockhold
ers of the First National Bank
last Saturday, the surplus was
again incrersed $5,000 making it
now $70,000. This is nn excel
lent showing for that institution
and it brings it up lo a very sat
isfactory standing in comparision
with other banks throughout the
A $70.00 SEWING
July, the 4th, 1912
If You Hold The Lucky Ticket
From May IhI until .July JJnl, 1012, n num
bered tiokoli will bo given with cueli ciihIi pur
cIiiiho miulo in my titnro. On .July -Itli, a draw
ing will bu inado uiidor tlio MiperviHionor a coiii
uittteo, coiiHiHl.ing of wnll known oitizoiiH. Who
(vor IioIiJh tlio ticket (onvHpomiiiig with tho
niinilioi' drawn, will recoivo fi'co of uhun
A $70.00 "WHITE" SEWING MACHINE
1QhHroi.(n Masonic - Building
. ocnwanz burns, orkgon
.lames Dillion and bride were
in the city for several days this
week guests at the homo of Mrs.
Reatos for sale, all sizes and
engths, price 20 cents per foot.
Any one desiring Reatos address
W. A. Ford of J. O. Alberson,
A $70 WHITE SEWING MA
CHINE TO HE GIVEN A WA Y
AT SCHWARTZ'S. READ
I Archie McGownn the Land
Man wants a little confidential
chat with you about anything
you have to sell.
Hamp Officer was here for a
few days this week looking for
some cattle. He wanted some
Rough nnd dressed lumber of
all kinds now on baud at tho
Williams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough
lumber $15 per thousand.
Howard Kellogg has developed
a case of smallpox nnd has been
quarantined. The health olllcers
are watching and it is likely the
disease will not spread. s
Miss Martha Hanley arrived
here last Sunduy evening, hav
ing como to nurse Mrs.' Alex.
Hanley and assist in caring for
tho twin girls.
Stkayki) Durham cow, bar C
bar on left hip, knot on right
front knee, right hind foot has
been frozen. Leave word at this
odko or McIIose.
I Silves River is overflowing its
banks nnd tho flood water is
' greater than for soveral years.
'it has put the flour mill power
out of commission and therefore
thecitv is without electric lights.
Watch Burns Grow,
"The Broken Violin" a comedy
drama in four acts is tho closing
bill of tho Margaret lies Co. to
morrow night at Tonawama.
Tills a a fine, clean play, with a
good moral, and ono people are
sure to appreciate.
Earl Myors, a horso breaker at
the Island ranch was kicked by
a horso last Sunday which shat
tered tho bono of his leg in a
very bad wny. Ho is in tho city
Under tho caro of physicians who
fear, an operation may yet bo
necessary loromovo tho shatter
Lamo back is usually caused by
rheumatism of tho muscles of the
back, for which you will find no
thing better than Chamberlain's
Liniment. For sale by ull deal-ors.
C A. Haines was up from Nar
rows last Saturday attending a
meeting of the directors of the
First National Bank.
A $70 WHITE SEWING MA
CHINE TO DE GIVEN A WA Y
AT SCHWARTZ'S. READ
Geo. Dean was in tlio city this
week from Lowen on land busi
ness. C. B. Ausmus and Peter
Hurfer were in with him.
A new lino of spring goods in
cluding hats, tics, shirts, belts,
iress goods etc., on bund at A.
F. S. Preston was in the city
Thursday. He reports crops in
Glenlock neighborhood looking
very well but rabbits rather bad.
The roads are Improving some
since the long stormy jmriod und
the auto trucks will perhaps be
gin making regular schedule
time in tho near future.
Mrs. Miller is at tho I. Schwartz
Busy Corner with n full line of
spring millinery and is constantly
adding to the stock which will be
kept up all during the season.
"Teddy" und Tuft played even
in the Massachusetts primaries
the other day, each getting 18
delegates, but the popular vote
on preference for president went
to Tnf t.
There is something special for
the next meeting of tho Woman's
Civic Improvement Club, which
will be next Tuesday evening,
May 7, at 7:30 in the City Hall.
Notice the change of place.
We nre ufter the Fire Insur
ance business and want your bus
iness. Insure with the Reliabla
ETNA and HARTFORD CO'S.
INLAND EMPIRE REALTY
A. E. Gowin, who had been
here for n month representing
tho Oregon & Western Coloniza
tion Co. has roturned to the east
Frank Johnson has charge of the
office working until such time as
another man can bo sent in.
S. Friemnn, Miss Gertiude
Gersticnnd little Belda Schwartz
were passengers out on the auto
to Bend Thursday. Mr. Frie
mnn is going to Alaska und Miss
Gerstel and Belda will visit in
Portland until after the Rose
Continued cool and inclement
weather has delayed the much
talked of Clean-up Day. This
should not dampen the enthusi
asm, however, for the necessity
of the movement still exists. It
iH no knock" on n town to an
nounce thnt tho citizens aro going
to (ombinein a general individual
nnd public renovation of the
city. On tho contrary it proves
a progressive, wide-awake spirit
Njund interest, and shows that we
intend to keep right up to the
standards of other communities
as to appearance and in safe
guarding our natural healthful
All will agree that all gurbage
and accumulated waste matter
should bo removed. First, be
cause it will improve tho appear
ance of our city. Many strangers
will visit Burns this summer and
will bo influenced by the impres
sions they receive in viewing
our general appearance of thrift.
Second, the removal of dry
weeds, paper and combustible
matter will greatly reduce the
fire Jiazard, and third, but most
important, will bo tho improved
sanitary condition lo be brought
nbout und insured by clearing
away nil decayed and ouensiye
garbage, which is a constant
menace to lioalth.
Wo. have an ordinance making
the accumulation of garbage u
nuisuncc, requiring iLs abate
ment by its removal by each in
dividual property owner from his
premises and abutting streets,
and providing adequate punish
ment for itH violation. The Mayor
has declared that this ordinance
must be enforced. Further nc-
tion should not bo necessnry as
each property owner should show
his civic pride and take care of
his own premises. Then the pub
lic will gladly join in putting on
the finishing touches and tak
ing care of the public grounds,
and vacant properties and ad
As announced elsewhere, Fri
day, May 10th, is the date for
the big public frolic. Everybody
join in the movement, set an ex
ample, and clean up your own
yards prior to that date, and
then bo ready lojoin the "white
squad," and serve one day un
der tho leadership of our good
looking and energetic lady cap
tains. Good cofree nnd a big
feed for every person with a
shovvl. grubing hoe or rake.
Alfalfa and other grass seeds
at tho Burns Department Store.
A number of our loyal citizens
responded to the call for a mass
meeting lust Wednesday evening
by uppcuring at the Court House
to discuss and plan for the gener
al clean up day, set for May ,5rd.
Dr. C. C. Bnbbidgo was elected
chairman for the evening. On
account of the unfavorable
weather, it was decided to change
the date for cleaning to Friday,
May 10. Tho chair appointed a
committee of five, and the presi
dent of the Woman's Civic Im
provement Club chose a com
mittee of three, to act jointly in
tho matter of arrangement.
Following aro the cemmittees:
C. B. McConnell, Mayor Cleven
ger, Dr. Hiblmrd, Wm. Miller
and II. J. Hansen; Mrs. Cook,
Mrs. Rohn and Mrs. Horton.
Further arrangements will be
mode next Tuesday evening at
the Court House.
The precipitation for tho month
of April was better than two
inches; a record breaker for the
parts nnd a certain index for the
return of a largo yield of grain,
liny, etc., this year. Ben Brown
feels so optomistic that ho Is put
ting 1G0 acres into grain that he
had planned lo summer fallow
Tho boys who nro interested
and wish to join the Tonawama
band are Invited to attend a
mooting nt tho Theatre on Mon
day evening May 7 nt 8 o'clock.
Mr, Paulsen will bo present and
it is hoped to get n good bunch
of boys who will take an interest
and come to baud rehearsals,
thus getting tho organization un
der immediate headway.
We believe that the credit busi
ness is abused and indulged in
beyond a necessity and that many
pcoplo buy more than they need,
more than they should, more than
thoy are able, because thoy can
buy it on credit, that it can bo
eliminated ton very great extent,
and that it would bo hotter for
both customers nnd merchant to
LuNAiiuna. Dalton & Co.
Poor nppotito is a sure sign of
impaired digestion. A few doses
of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Livor Tablets will strengthen
vour digestion and improvo your
appetite, Thousands have been
benefited by taking those Tablets.
Sold by all dealers.
County court has been in ses
sion since Wednesday with Judge
Thompson and both commission
ers Smyth und Sylvester present.
The following business has been
disposed of up to tin's merning:
Petition of Wm. Hanley, Chas.
Beckley and others for a road
from Narrows to Catiow Valley,
ordered viewed and surveyed.
Petition John Rusek and others
for a road ordered viewed and
Reports of rond masters all ap
proved. Oliver McCarty granted a
license to sell liquor in Denio
II. L. Hnrt granted a license
to sell liquor in Alvord precinct.
Geo. Alwell granted a license
to sell liquor in Iawen precinct.
Report of viewers on Frank
Clerf, O. S. Preston and A. B.
Whitney roads approved.
A. J. Johnson appointed Justice
of the Peace in Pine creek pre
cinct. C. E. Saloman appointed just
ice of the Peace in Catiow pre
cinct. Tuxes erroneously collected re
funded to Rose Kern, J. W. I
Shown, Claud Smyth, Carroll!
Cecil, J. M. McMullen, Frank II. j
Clerf nnd Charles Altschul I
Simp Land Silc.
Very LiUle Room For Dispute
About accounts that are paid by check; and it
is tho beql evidence in the world of payment made.
You will bonding with business prudence if
you open an account at this bank and pay all your
bills witli check.
You'll be surprised to find how convenient it is
to have at your finger's end, at all times, a correct
showing of your account.
Begin at once the prudent way "of paying bills;
open an account at the
BURNS, f OREGON
Lnitud Staui-s Oki-omtary
I'ohtal. Savini. Funds
Dkpomtaby Foil Tub
State of Obeooh
Resources Over $400,000.00
THIS BANK MAINTAINS A SAVINGS
UNDER U. S. SUPERVISION
Acting under tho instructions
from Governor West, all the
swamp land belonging to the
Dry slab and pine wood $(5.C0 State of Oregon will be selected
and $7.00 per cord, cash only nt as soon as possible.
Sunt. Gilcrest of the P. L. S.
Co. arrived hero last night from
a trip to San Francisco nnd a
tour of the company's ranches in
Foil Salk- Wood or posts in
the timber, or hero in town.
Leave orders at Lunaburg, Dal
ton Co. or Scltwurtz's. Satisfac
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i. ii., uwaivyunu uitrry iiuwuii
hold the record as freighters be
tween Burns nnd Bend, making
the initial trip there and back in
twenty-one days, encountering
weather and roads that were any
thing but encouraging. Between
them they had six wagons nnd
22 horses, tho tonnage delivered
to Burns totaled about 2(5 tons.
Mr. Owsley claims that under the
most unsatisfactory conditions
they hnve set a pnee for the auto
truck's carrying freight for it
would take nine trucks hauling 3
tons each to haul this amount of
freight; or one truck making ono
trip a week 9 weeks, or three
trucks making ono trip n week
3 weeks. The only draw-back
for wngons between Burns and
Bend Mr. Owsley claims is the
distanco between watering-
Now is tho time to get rid of
your rheumatism, iou can do
it by applying Chumbnrlain's
Liniment and massaging the
parts freely at each application.
For salo by nil dealers.
Job printing Tho Times-Herald
Any one having information
regarding the location or condi
tion of such land will kindly con
fer with me. Such information
will be of much value to the land
T. A. RlNKIIAItT,
State Land Agent.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'MTXt) STATE l-AMXHriCK
liurii. Orcfcuu, April .4, YiL
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Hunii, Oirjoii, who, no Mt)' ft, 1WG, niali
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sa4 n 4f rrciiou , nmunuii) kip t itftHKesi
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luuntlou to iuk final H t- r rrtmlloe
Ubllih claim to the Und kImm tlorrttHvJ, ht
torettirt KgUlr and Kr ver, at lliirna, tiro
gun, uu lheMh iUy o! XWy Ml
Claimant uamci as lliiec
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amlJotiu Wurlow, allot Htirut, Oreitnn,
tt y Kahkk, Keklatttr.
NOTICK KOIt 1'WHUOATION
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iH-furuilm KrKi'ttr hii.1 lu-relvir.
al Hunia, Oiroii uu lliu .'Mlnlay til Ma)', ISM
Clalmaut naitita a wltnrit
Van II Kmbrt-u, Julin It UnuUI J. aufli Hill,
Johu W t.tltirt , all ol Burin, On ou.
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S. J. MIDWINTHK, Prop.
NARROWS, - ORI-OON
Till will be found n itcslrulilo
nnd lioipltnble stopping placu
where comfort und courteous
treutnieitt ore consltteied first
Conducted In connection
The Imported Dapple Gray
Weight. About 1900 Pounds
He We Will Make The Season of 1912 At
Cal Clemens Ranch
McMcnnniy Pluce, 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
SOLIDATED AUTO CO
Superior Service - - Quickest Way
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE
I'l.I-ASURR RIDl; Ol- RIGHT HOURS TO RAILROAD
II. KOIIU, Atfciit, Burns Garage, Burns, Oregon
.v5 tofcsv r-va $??!&.
." "-,. ll" " .'-.
Arrived Via Auto Trucks W
Shoes for Everybody
Hals For Men and Children
K Summer Hats For the Women
The Burns Oep'm't. Store
BUDD8ST, NO. 2853
Imported German Coach
Will make the Season of 1912 at my ranch
Nine BVSiies East of Burns
Hwhlist is the suv i f the highest priced colts in Harney county
except stnmliml bred specials and hid Kt. speaka for his qualities
us n sire. Pasture and care for mares on tho place.
TERHS TO INSURE $15.00
0. L. SHINGLEDECKER, Burns, Ore.