Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1912)
Hat Tha Largett Circulation Of Any
Newtpaper In llarnry County.
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1012
Vulcanizing at GoinborlinR's.
Davo Newman is njjain in the
Seo Archie McGowan the Jjand
man about it
I. L. Poujnde and family wore
among our visitors this week.
Cleaning and ProssiiiR neatly
done by Schknk & Williams.
Geo. Cawlfield was up from
Narrows the first of this week.
Piano for sale or trade for cat
tle or pood crentle work horses.
Inquire of W. V. Drinkwater, of
T ,, J.,,..,JH
j-i. i. wiuuu& aim wuu (mm a
visit to Burns this week in com
pany with Herman Ruh in his
A $70 WHITE SEWING JM
CHINE TO BE GIVEN AWAY
AT SCHWARTZ'S. HEAD
READ THE AD
Col Roosevelt now says that he
could have secured the nomina
tion for president at the Chicago
convention, but would not stand .
for the conditions attached to the
John Hoss spent a few days in
this city durinjr the week. He
has been out with the sheep for
a long time and came in so his
many friends would not forget
Ice Time Is your ice box
ready? Delivery begins Monday j
you can have ice every day if i
you want it. fcee the driver or
phone Harry C. Smith, prop, the
Burns Ice Co. 29tf.
J. H. McFarland, one of our
land owners in the Iron Moun
tain section, was a caller at this
office Thursday. Mr. McFarland
has a desert in that section which
he is improving.
Sheriff Richardson arrived
home Wednesday morning with
a prisoner whom he arrostcd in
the southern part of the county.
The man is wanted for horse
stealing in Washington.
Presbyterian Church Sunday
June 30 Morning Worship 11
a. m., Theme: "Exploits." Twi
light service 7:15 p. m., subject
"The Incurable Cured." A cor
dial welcome awaits you.
N. Meyer, the San Francisco
cigar man and importer, arrived
here the fore part of tin's week
and has been visiting his daugh
ter. Mrs. L. M. Brown. He is a
very jovial gentleman and has
many friends in this city who
are always pleased to welcome
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At The Clone or IltiHincsa June 14th, J 91 2
Loans and Discounts . . .
U. S. Bonds
Bonds and Securities
Premium on U. S. Bonds
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures
Five per cent Redemption Fund . . .
Capital , $25,000.
Surplus and Undivided Profits 72.-127.
Capital and Surplus -
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
OREGON STATE DEPOSITARY
ZZ3 ACCOUNTS INVITED -ss
Vulcanizing at Gemberling's.
Lloyd Johnson and family weie
up from Lawcn Wednesday.
Florsheim Shoes are the best
we carry them.
Schenk & Williams.
Fred Johnson, the genial drug
drummer, was here this week
calling on the trade.
The Womens' Civic Improve
ment Club meets Tuesday even
ing at the city hall.
Rough and dressed lumber of
all kinds now on hand at the
Williams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough
lumber $15 per thousand.
John Graves and his sister-in-
law, Mrs. D. S Graves, were in
the city this week attending to
some business in connection with
the estate of the late D. S.
Phone us at our expense any
business you may have, Fire In
surance, Listings, Homestead
Matters, Etc. Phone 214.
Inland Empike Realty Co. '
Burns. Oregon. '
R. L. Hnss is up from Niyrows.
Alfalfa and other grass seeds
at the Bums Department Store.
J. L. Hopper was down from
Silvies valley the first of this
Cremo and Graham Flour re
duced. Sold by Burns Merchants.
Scott Haley was a business
visitor from Narrows during the
first of this week.
Ladies of Burns are invited to
call at the home of Mrs. II. M.
Horton and see samples of the
Miss Birdie Boyceof John Day,
daughter of Ira Boyce, is in the
city a guest at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. J. R. Gould.
A $70 WHITE SEWING MA
CHINE TO HE GIVEN A WA Y
AT SCHWARTZ'S. READ
Archie McGownn the Land
Man wants a little confidential
chat with you nbout anything
Link, Hutton has been in tho
city for n few dnyB.
Water bags 90 cenln ench at J.
C. Welcome & Son's.
Bon Rodorwnsup from Sunset
yesterday on business.
Burns Flour $1.75 sack. $7.00
bbl. Sold by Burns Merchants.
Clay Clemens nnd family aro
down from tho saw mill on a
See The Inland Empire Realty
Co. in regard to your Real Estnto
or Government Land Business.
W. T. VanderVeer was in from
his Pine creek homo during tho
Wm. Fnbcr was over from
Drewsey Wednesday on ' busi
ness. Mrs. W. W. Johnson has gono
to Lawen to visit her son Lloyd
Foil Sale Black Percheron
Stallion, 5 years old in spring.
Good pnpors.-Claudo McGee.
II. C. Smith nnd wifo nro homo
from a trip to tho southern part
of tho county.
Ex-Judgo T. J. Shields wns in
the city from his Silver creek
Fou Rent-C. Henry's ranch
near the Narrows. For particu
lars, inquire of Scott Hnley, Nar
rows. II. M. Horton and wifo have
been out on tho desert claim of
tho latter doing some improving.
rhcy returned Wednesday.
A $70 WHITE SEWING MA
CHINE TO HE GIVEN A WA Y
AT SCHWARTZ'S. READ
WtllnH Itnivd t ts4r iwiaIi nt T
O. Wolcomo & Son's.
wm. Kcisonueelt was among
our Lawcn visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. Fred Onkorman was over
from her homo nt Riley on Wed
nesday. If you want sago brush grub
bed write E. E. Larson, Burns,
G. W. Hoddor and Walter Hod-
dor mid wifo Imvo been in tho
city this week.
Ross Goodlow nnd wifo were
shopping in town this week nnd
R. Burkhnrdt was up from his
homo nenr Saddle Butte tho first
of this week.
You should inspect tho fine as
sortment of Wnll Paper at Lun.-
bnrg, Dalton & Co's.
A spirited game of base ball
was played Sunday afternoon
between the Regulars and Insur
rectos which resulted in a victory
for the latter by one point.
These are the teams that will
play on the 4th and it is expected j
to see some real ball playing, as
they are well matched.
A. O. Harris, railroad right of
-way man, returned from a trip
over the line with State Land
Agent Rinehart the first of this
week and the latter took his de
parture for Salem by way of
Bend. Later Mr. Harris went
out accompanied by Sam Mothes-
you have to sell.
Mrs. F. E. McGee and her.x Tnrr,nQ n-n,i t
. , f WWHV.J W1MIIUUII VVtta KJVUk litIll
the Pine creek ranch of tho P. L.
S. Co. this week renewing ac
quaintances and attending to
head. They are securing the Those coming in this week were
right of way as rapidly as possi-' loaded back with wool and there
ble. i is more to be shipped out.
brother. Thos. Anderson, are
home from California. Mr. An
derson's health is considerably
improved and Mrs. McGee is
feeling better than she has for
Misses Asal Clevenger and
Viola Richardson took their de
parture Sunday morning for
Idaho points where they will
spend a portion of the vacation
period visiting relatives and
Mr. Lockwood and wife of the
Central Oregon Trucking Co.,
were here from Bend this week,
looking after business. Their
trucks are making good time now
and bringing in freight rapidly.
Superba Coffee )
Harney County Blend Coffee
My Own Special Blend
j&Jt tO cerrts IFor rF'oia.in.a.
fhe Best offee
In the U. S for the Pries Cheaper than the
Lower Priced Coffee. mi i n i
Come in, and let Us I HCre S A KeaSOIl!
Explain It To You
Watch Burns Grow.
The Times-Herald is informed
that W. L. Best was recently
married to Miss Maud Gibbons at
Tho Dalles and has como to his
Silver creek homo with his bride
to reside. Wo extend congratu
lations. The Tonawama band gave
another delightful concert Wed
nesday evening in front of The
Times-Herald building where
they were provided with electric
lights from the Tonawama light
plant. A lnrge crowd gathered
to enjoy the music. Tho boys
aro improving and we will have
some good music for tho celebra
Having nrranged to open the
Geo. Cawlfield blacksmith shop,
I wish to announce to tho public
' that I will bo ready to do all kinds
of blacksmithing, repair work,
I horseshoeing, etc.-W. W. Smith
Anyone wishing to visit Port
land can go via Praino City at
the same nite as via Bend and
arrive six hours earlier. The
pleasant auto ride combined with
tho excellent sleeper and dining
car accommodations provided by
tho trains will appeal to the
traveler. If you wish any infor
mation regarding tho route you
will pursue from Baker consult
D. M. McDado.
The Times-Herald is informed
that tho railroad contractors aro
going to establish a camp in tho
Crane creek section and that
thoy will want 2000 men and
teams. This is tho report of n
man who has just returned from
a trip to tho railroad. If such is
the case wo may expect a great
er influx of people; then too, our
local people will havo not only a
market for their produce, but n
place to work during tho season
that their crops do not need attention.
Dr. Griffith operated on the
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Campbell this week for
ments near new railroad. State
price and full particulars. In-
quir at this office.
It seems we are going to be
spared tho usual hot weather
this year. Tho days are cool
Several of our business houses
have received fresh coats of paint
this week and their appearance
has been much improved.
Roy Bunyard has established a
lumber yard in Harney and is
prepared to fill orders thero es
pecially for rough lumber.
Clifford Reed returned homo
Thursday evening from a vaca
tion trip to outside ioints He
reports having had a fine trip.
The fruit prospects in this sec
tion aro very promising and wo
will have a display at tho "fair
this fall that will open your oyes.
Reatos for sale, all sizes and
engths, price 20 cents per foot.
Any one desiring Reatos address
W. A. Ford of J. O. Alberson,
C. A. Harlan is back from his
vacation trip and resumed his
position in tho First Nntianal
Bank. He nnd his family came
in Inst Tuesday.
Those elegant moth proof
chests at Clevcngcr's nro just
what you are looking for. They
are the best pieco of furniture
you could invest in.
Fori Sam: Wood or posts in
tho timber, or here in town.
Leave orders nt Lunaburg, Dal
ton Co. or Schwartz's. Satisfac
Roy Bunyard, tho Harney saw
mill man, spent n few days in
this city this week. Ho is run
ning the mill full force at pre
sent nnd turning out a lot of lum
Wo aro after tho Firo Insur
ance business nnd want your bus
iness. Insuro with the Reliable
jETNA and HARTFORD CO'S.
INLAND EMPIRE REALTY
Thero will bo no band concort
next Wednesday evening as it is
the day before tho big celebra
tion and some of tho band boys
(ako part in "Hurley's Ranch"
the drama to bo staged on that
night at Tonawama.
Jersey Heifers For Sale I havo
40 head of choice Jersey heifers
which I havo just purchased,
ranging in ago foom 1 to 3 years,
some coming fresh at onco. Will
sell nt reasonablo prices at my
Blaco 9 miles east of Burns John
r...... , .,l . ....-
ijumku fir ill. iuiiiui mm wuu
und Miss Agnes Miller returned
homo Thursday. Tho Millers
had been in Portland since tho
first of tho month and Miss Ag
nes has just returned from a tour
of tho East with Phil Bntcs und
party. Sho had n flno trip and
saw lots but Oregon is better
than any of tho places visited in
her estimation. That's tho kind
of boosters we want to send out
L. R. Breithnuntof tho exnori-
ment station hns been quite ill
for several days wo aro informed.
Two mowing machines, a Dain
Buck and rake for sale. Seo
Mrs. C. T. Cary has been in
from her Crane creek homo this
week visiting nt tho homo of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron
After seeing what some have
done in tho way of raising straw
berries ono wonders why every
family hasn't a plot nt their
Mrs. Miller is at tho I. Schwartz
Busy Corner with a full lino of
spring millinery and is constantly
adding to the stock which will be
kept up all during tho season.
Your wife should not bo com-
polled to stand overn hot cook' L. B. Baird, C. S. Hudson and
stove this kind of weather. Get 'J. E. Sawhill were hero from
her ono of thoso fireless cookers! Bend this week. They made a
at Clevcngcr's. Go and see trin out in the country with Wm.
Hanley, James Donegnn and
others but only remnineu in
Kf 1 feriuli tttllitM iti l
I 4 iiui J. itvnii iiiiiwii vwtv jwi
until Tl liV Slti.r
Water bags 90 cents each at J.
C. Welcome &. Son's.
A large stock of wall paper at
Lunaburg, Dalton & Co's.
Ted nnd Bailey Hayes were
among our Lawen visitors during
Situation wanted to assist in
private home Address, MlSB
Kkknan, Burns, Oregon.
Alfred Whitney and little
daughter were in the city yester
day from tho Valley View home.
Any court would grant n di
vorce to tho woman whose hus
band refused to buy her one of
those fireless cookers at Cloven
ger'B. J. R. Wheeler and Leland Fry
havo returned from a trip to
Canyon whero they hnvo been
doing repair work on the tele-
The John Parker Estate land,
ono half section, midway between
Burns nnd Hnrney on stage road,
for salo at a bargain. Write or
call on the undersigned for par
ticulars A. W. Gowan.
The flno sewing machine at
the Schwartz store will bo given
away to tno one noiuing me
luckv number on the day of the
4th. Considerable interest has
been shown in tho machine.
Thero is no real need of anyone
being troubled with constipation.
Chamberlain's Tablets will cause
an agreeable movement of bowels
without any unpleasant effect.
Give them a trial. For sale by
all dealers. 29-33
4i- Report Of The Condition Of The -
Mndo to the Comptroller of Currency, Juno 14, 1912
United States Bonds and Premiums. . . . 25,275.94
Bonds nnd Securities 50,142.92
Furniture and Fixtures 3,702.77
Redemption": Fuqd .. ..'. 975.00
Duo from United States Treasurer . . . 2,000.00
Surplus and Profits .' 30,305.53
ACCOUNTS CORDIALLY INVITED.
Unltrd State Depositary
I'ottal Saving Fund
Depotitaru For The
State of Oregon
C. F. McKINNEY Prctident. FRED HAINES, Vice-Prci.
LEON M. BROWN, Cashier. HENRY DALTON, At-Cath'r
Burns a short time. We did not
learn their particular business,
perhaps they were wanting some
of this good Harney county soil.
It is now well known that not
more than one case of rheuma
tism in ten requires any internal
treatment whatever. All that is
needed is a free application of
Chnmberlain's Linimentand mas-
Elmer McMnnnus is expected
home in a few days. He will
again take up his position in tho
Welcome Phnrmacy nnd will be
come a permanent resident of
Burns now that ho has finished
his courso in phnrmncy-nt the
J. P. Hill Jr., of Portland ar
rived in this city the first of this
week to take n nositinn in tlm
general merchandise storo of I. saK,nK tlie arUl at cac wiplicn
Schwartz. He has assumed his tion- Try it and sec how quickly
duties. Mr. Hill is nn oxperienc! il wiU reHovo the "ain aml sorc"
ed mini in f hnt lin.. nn,i .ni i, ness. Sold by all dealers. 29-33
... ...... ...tw HIIII If 111 Kl 4 1
valuable nddition to tho force in; As an indication of what rail
the store. His wife will arrive roads and development will do
here in a counlc of weeks. ; in im mm ,..,. ;.. r .a...
Ctr. tt lt, Kitt. .... t IIP m nnllnfir uilini-n V7 I) I7nf.r,jl
VilM "1 IIIU IIIMU HUII8 Ol , I, kuu'"J " "IIWUIII
Skiens shot himself accidentally, 8M 8'"o &000 or 0000 acres of
tliellrstof tho week with a 22-' lanu to tno Uregon Valley Land
calibre rifle. He had hold of tho Co. in 1909 for an average price
muzzle of tho gun when it was of $13. Now he has just bouirht
discharged, tho ball entering his back the same land paying $25
fingcrand coming out re-entering an acre for it. The put chase
the arm below the elbow, coming back does not include all tho ori
to the surface on the back of theginal ns tho railroad people have
arm. It made only n flesh wound taken a part of it not the most
and is not dangerous. l valuable, however.
Or Stolen &
- --tj--- -ftV V--"1! B ttt m fH
1 l 1 I
BOY, ICight.y-four.yearH old, barefooted,
with Ihh tlrantl-fatlioi'H gum boots on.
When lnnt won or hoard from ho
IiuriiH looking for a job to earn inonoy enough
(o go to Sholloy'H UarnoHH Shop and bu, ono of
Uioho famoiiH M union Saddles.
Harness and Saddles of All
Kinds, Grades and Patterns
Prices Always Right, and
5atisfatory Service Rendered
W. B. SHELLEY
BUCKS FOR SALE
We are going to bring in GOO
From the Famous Baldwin
Sheep Co,, Hay Creek. Will
Be Located at Alvard Ranch
After August 1st. Wool grow-,
ers desiring information by
mail may address the under
signed at Alberson Postoffice.
Gasoline Traction Engines
Hand and Wind Mill Pumps
Irrigation Outfits a Specialty
All Kinds of Farm Machinery
Tin and Plumbing Shop
GEER & CUMMINS
THE OLD STAR SALOON
BRENTON & HICKS, Props.
Old and nriu patrons will find best brands
Wines, iLiquors, and Cigars
Good Service, Courteous Treatment
DROP W Main Street Burns, Oregon
The Sawhill Transportation Co.
Wilt Haul Your
Heavy and Light Fir eight
Express and Baggage
Anil With 1 he
SPECIAL ATTENTION G1VENT0RUSH0RDERS
See Us For Particulars as to Rates and Service,