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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1912)
Hat The Largeit Circulation Of Any
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SATURDAY, JULY 0, I0IJ
Vulcanizing at GumborliiiK'a.
Will Gates was n visitor to our
city the fore part of the week.
Cleaning and Pressing neatly
done by Schenk & Williams.
0. S. Preston and wifo wore
in from their Glcnlock home yes
terday, Piano for sale or trade for cat
tle or good gentle work horses.
Inquire of W. W. Drinkwater, of
A. Egli and family were over
from the ranch to spend the 4th
leaving for home yesterday ac
companied by Miss Lou Uavey
who will spend a few wcoks with
IceIime Is your ico box
ready? Delivery begins Monday
you can have ice every day if
you want it See the driver or
phone Harry C. Smith, prop, the
Burns Ice Co. 2J)tf.
Mrs. S. F. Huttonnndson Link
were in the city this week at
tending to some probate matters
in connection with the estate of
the late husband and father.
Her daughter, Mrs. I. Foster,
was also here.
Leon Freiman took his depart
ure this week for Portland where
ho will participate in the Elks
convention and then proceed to
Alaska where his brother Simon
has again located. The boys will
make their homes up there for
"Marse" Henry Watterson of
the Courier Journal is not pleas
ed with the nomination of Wilson
by the democrats but says if it
were a choice between Taft,
Roosvelt and the devil he would
have to support the lntter, there
fore he will stay with the demo
crats. V. L. Snelling and daughter,
Mrs Barry, and his niece, Miss
Snelling, have been here from
their home at Lakeview this
week, guests at the Faulkner
home. Mrs. C. M. Faulkner is a
daughter of Mr. Snelling. They
were accompanied over by It. A.
Little Francis,- daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Uonegan,
fell and broke both bones in her
left arm Sunday evening. She
started to jump ofr the porch and
tripped over a dog which threw
her with all her weight on the
arm. Dr. Geary reduced the
fracture and see is doing quite
W. C Cecil and son Pat and
Joe Lilian! were over from Silver
creek to take in the celebra
tion. The young men arc out on
the ranch to spend the vacation
period, Pat being a student in
the state university, and Joe is
out from his home in Portland.
He is the son of Chas. Lilian!,
who was formerly a resident of
this county and has many old
time friends here.
S OUR SSSSSSESSSSESB
T.n Yr.ri Growth T.n Y.i C.L.
Jtf.AU IV JUS.
Jun. lfllh 1002 Jun. 16th 11)12
Loam ami DlicounU $35,009.07 $287,307.32
U. S. ISomli 0,250.00 50,000.00
Homl. ami Secuiitin 4,532.37 38,443.43
Premium on U. S. DontU 531.25 2,000.00
Real Estate, Furnituri. ami Hat'i 1,850.00 7,352.40
llll Tivo per cent Redemption FunJ None. 1,250.00 I
Expense 101.89 None
CASH 20,050.09 107,812.17
$74,985.27 . $491,255.32
Capital $25,000.00 $25,000.00
Surpliu " Nena 70.000.00
Undivided Profit! Nena 2.910.58
Circulation 000.00 25,000.00
DEPOSITS 49,385.27 371,338.74
narUfaria TIIE fEfarma
First National Bank
Vulcanizing nt Gcmberling's.
Florsheim Shoes arc .the best
we carry them.
Sciucnk & Williams.
C. S. Johnson and wifo were
over from their home on Calami- duced.
ty to spend the lth in Rums. chnnts.
Hough and dressed lumber of I Judge Thompson is nttending
all kinds now on hand at the! court nml is accompanied by his
Wiltinme Rriwt. Snvv Mil . ItOUITil . WHO.
Elder Quier and wife and Mrs
iinsuc are up irom wavoriy. imy
Alfalfa and other grass seeds
at the Hums Department Store.
Cremo and Graham Flour re-
Sold by Hums Her-
lumber SIB per thousand.
Miss Gertrude Gerstell and lit
tle Helda Schwartz are home
from Porland where they spent
a month or more visiting and
taking in the sights.
Fred W. Mulkoy of Portland,
who was U. S. Senator from this
state for six wceks,has announced
he will quit the republican party
and is going to join "Teddy" in
his "progressive" party.
A telephone messago received
here yesterday announces that
the prizo fight between Jack
Johnson and Flynn on the lth
was stopped by the authorities in
the 19th round when the negro
.had the wliite "hope" almost
beat to death.
A. W. Hurlburt arrived home
last week from Bend where he
went to meet Mrs. Hurlburt and
their daughter, Miss Allie, who
has been attending tho Normnl
at Monmouth. Mrs. Hurlburt
went down a few weeks ago to
visit and return with her daught
er, inc young lauy spem uiu
I'h in this city renewing ac
quaintances with former school
For Hot Weather Wear
Why not bo comfortable during tho Hiimnior when it
coats no moro? You know tlio reputation of our
Htoro for giving value. You know that for every
dollar you loavo with uh you got a dollarw worth of
Bervico and Hattefnction. That inoann noinothingl
Underwear and Hosiery
trices. Holeproof hoHiory
''or men (5 pairH for $1.50
All Stylt'H all nizi'K all
guaranteed wix months.
(J pairH lor $a.uu
For Women 0 pairs ft!2.U0. Six pairs for
For Tho Children 0 pairs for $2.00
Poros Knit Underwear For Gentlemen
Shirts and Nifty Neckwear
Just received a sliipinont of now, nobby shirts and
ties which will please you, Our last shipment direct,
from tho factory has just been unpackod for your ap
proval. Latest styles, shades and pattorns.
Select Line of Shoes
Any style, shape or size If you are going to get a
pair, don't fail to see what 10 luivo to offer you.
When in town, eomo around, and visit with us.
Miss Annabel Foulkes has re
turned and taken n position in
in the telephone exchange where
Bhe formerly worked.
Indies of Hums are invited to
call at the home of Mrs. II. M.
Horton and see samples of the
Mrs. Grant Kesterson and lit
tle daughter are over from their
home at Diamond on a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Watch Burns Grow.
Hohn- To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Pcabody, June 23, a son weigh
ing 111 pounds. The Times
Herald just learned of this birth
and a boy that sizo deserves
Supt. Gilcrest of the P. L. S.
Co. arrived here Saturday night
from the south, Ho has been
absent for some time visting
Portland, San Francisco nnd
Nevada points wJiilo out.
Miss Trcssa Russell was the
fortunate one to secure tho most
votes on tho piano given nway
by tho Reed Bros, on the -Uh.
She is a very grateful young lady
and much pleased with tho re
sult. Dr. Hibbard is finishing today
the seeding of his fall wheat.
This is unusually enrly but ho is
trying it as an experiment. Tho
field will be pastured this fall and
early spring to keep it back and
thus get well rooted.
Dantes Divino Comedy The
greatest picture ever made The
film that cost $200,000 to produce.
Peerless and Incomparable This
film ran 8 months continuously in
New York City. Tuesday nnd
Wednesday nights at Orphcum.
Edward Southworth and fami
ly came over from Bear Valloy
tho first of tho wcok on a visit to
Mrs. Southworth's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Swcck. Mr. South
worth has returned home but tho
family will remain for a short
Marshal Haines was out with
a horso this morning rounding
up tho town cows. It seems
they havo been causing consid
erable damage to gardens nnd
trees in tho early morning and
complaint has been made. Mr.
Haines requests us to ask tho
people not to turn their cows
out until tho girls come to take
them to pasture.
Anyone wishing to visit Port
land can go via Prairio City at
the samo rale as via Bend and
arrivo six hours carlior. Tho
pleasant auto ride combined with
tho excellent sleeper nnd dining
Water bags 00 cents each at J.
C. Welcome &:' Son'fl.
Burns Flour $1.75 srtck. $7.00
bbl. Sold by Bums Merchants.
Clay Clemens nnd family nro
down from tho saw mill on n
' James Richardson is homo from
Portland whore ho has been for
somo time working in a garage.
We understand thnt arrange
ments havo boon made to start
tho electric light plant again,
Foil Sai,k Black Perchoron
Stallion, B years old in spring.
Good papers. Claude McGoe.
Dantes Divino Comedy Orph
cum Tuesday and Wednesday
Foil Rknt C. Beary's ranch
near the Narrows. For particu
lars, inquire of Scott Haley, Nar
rows. Mrs. A. E. Murphy and daugh
ter were over from the Iron
Mountain homo to attend tho
Roy Bunynrd hns established a
lumber yard in Ilnrncy and is
prepared to fill orders there es
pecially for rough lumber,. ,y ,
Tho Dnltons are enjoying a
visit from Mrs. Gibbs, of Weiscr.i
Idaho. The lady is n sister to
Mr. Dalton and mother of Mrs.
Rentos for sale, all sizes and
cngtliB, price 20 cents per foot.
Any one desiring Rentos address
W. A. Ford of J. 0. Albcrson,
Those elegant moth proof
chests at CIcvenger's are just
what you are looking for. They
are tho best piece of furniture
vou could invest in.
C. R. Peterson was over from
his Crane creek ranch home the
first of this week. Ho came in
on business nnd while here dis
cussed railroad right of way with
Foil Sam: -Wood or posts in
the timber, or here in town.
Leavo orders at Lunaburg, Dal
ton Co. or Schwartz's. . Satisfac
Mrs. John Robinson loft tho
first of this week foj; n visit with
relatives and friends in the
Rogue River section. She will
visit her daughter, Mrs. J. C.
Sovcik at Spokane before she re
turns. Tho John Parker Estate land,
one half section.midwny between
Burns and Harney on stage road,
for sale at a bargain. Write or
call on tho undersigned for par
ticulars. A. W. Gowan.
Jersey Heifers For Sale I have
-10 head of choice Jersey heifers
which I havo just purchased,
ranging in nge foom 1 to ii years,
some coming fresh nt once. Will
sell at rcasonamo prices at my
place 9 miles cast of Burns - John
Paul Finkc came down from
tho mountains this week bring
ing his old friend, J. II. Garrett,
down for treatment. Ho was
taken to tho Mrs. Cummins hos
pital where ho is improving to
day. Tho old man has been very
Dr. Bnbbidgo will deliver a
lecture on Dantes Inferno which
is to bo shown nt tho Qrpheum
Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
ThiB is tho greatest of feature
films and overy man, womm and
child in Burns should see it.
Remember tho nights.
C. A. Byrd held tho lucky
number that drew tho fine sow
ing mnchino given nway by I.
Schwartz on tho 4th. Tho tick
ets wore brought up to tho daneq
at Tonawama nnd placed in n
torero box from whicli tho nurm
ber wns drawn by a little girl. ,
'The singing of Miss Lnuol
Smith nnd Ora Hill between nets
nt tho production of "Hurley's
Ranch" last Wednesday ovonlng
was very much appreciated by
thoso present. Both snng well
and havo many admirers. Mr.
Shelly also recited a very inter
esting recitation in n pleasing
manner. Tho Tonawama Or
chestra wns also highly praised
for tho high standard of music
rendered on this occasion.
' Dr. II. M. Horton and wifo,
Nollio Reed nnd Fred Williams
loft yesterday evening for Port
land and coast points. Dr. Hor
ton is president of tho Stnto
Pharmaceutical Association that
mosts on tho beach during this
month and Nollio is also a mem
ber of tho Association. Fred
goes to Portland on "particular"
business, so his friends say, and
will likely not return nlono.
Tho nnrty went out by fjrivnto
Henry Mcssner was in tho city
this wcok. i
Water bags 90 cents each nt J.
C. Welcome & Son's.
If you want sago brush grub
bed write E. E. Larson, Burns,
You should inspect tho fine as
sortment of Wall Paper at Luna
burg, Dnlton & Co'b.
Fred Allen camoover from the
P Ranch to lake in tho celebra
tion. I. Foster nnd son Frank were
business visitors during the week
and also took in tho celebration
''Miss Ruby nnd Hclcno Dalton
arrived homo this week from
their trip to Portland and Willa
mette Valley points. They had a
Mrs. Miller is at tho I. Schwartz
Busy Corner with a full line of
spring millinery nnd is constantly
adding to tho stock which will be
kept up all during the senson.
Mel Fonwick arrived from his
home nt Springfield this week
and will remain several days vis
iting old friends nnd looking af
ter his business interests.
, Your wife should not be com
pelled to stand over a hot cook
stovo this kind of weather. Get
her one of those fircless cookers
at CIcvenger's. Go and see
The nbundnnt grass on the
range is a source of much profit
to tho stockmen. Fortunntcly
the range is not crowded as in
the past nnd those who have
stock will be gainers.
W. L. Bost and Bon Wood were
over from Silver creek the first,
of tins week. The former was
receiving congratulations from
his many friends, but ho didn't
have Mrs. Best with him
A. L. Chezem nnd family are
recent arrivals from Illinois.
They are looking for a location
to make a home and are quite
favorably impressed with this
section. Mr. Chezem is an at
torney. Sheriff Richardson arrested a
man out on tho desert recently
who was wanted in Washington
on n charge of stealing horses.
The sheriff from Prosser nrrived
here Sunday and took the prison
er back with him.
i. E. Johnson the horse train
er; has been on thesich list. Ho
is planning to give us another
matinee with his harness horses'
before leaving with them for the
racing circuit. There will also
be some good running races.
Dysentery is always serious
Read the now ads this week.
Ford Tipton was in the city
A No. 1 fresh milch cow for
sale-B. F. Silcr.
Water bags 00 cents each at J.
C. Welcome & Son's.
A large stock of wall paper at
Lunaburg, Dalton & Co's.
Three room cottage and barn
for rent. Inquire nt this office.
Situation wanted to nssist in
private home -Address, Miss
iKKNAN, Burns, Oregon.
11. Rohu nnd wife went to
Bend Wednesday to take in the
celebration at that place.
Two mowing machines, a Dain
Buck and rake for sale. See
Henry Eichner was in the first
of the week with his little son
who had a new cast put on his
Any court would grant a di
vorce to the woman whose hus
band refused to buy her one of
those fircless cookers at Clcven
Mrs. Blake, mother of Mrs.
Arthur Horton, arrived here re
cently from California on a visit
to the latter. She expects to re
main the greater part of the
For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent ex
erciBc or injury, there is nothing
better than Chamberlain's Lini
ment. This liniment also relieves
rheumatic pains. For sale by
Buy it now. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarroea
Remedy is almost certain to be
needed before the summer is
over. Buy it now and be pre
pared for such an emergency.
, For sale by all dealers.
While the harvest season is go
ing to be late here this year it
has been the best growing sea
son we havo had for some time.
We have no cause for complaint
in any respect. The season is
backward all over the northwest
nnd some places have not been
so favored as this in respect to
rains. We have had an unusual
amount of moisture which has
made tho dry farms produce
twice what was expected.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the mnttcr of the lUtnlc of
Notice U licrebjr iven to the creditors
of nml aII persona ImviiiK clnims njjmnst
the citute of the deceased to present
luch claim with the proper vouchers
duly verified, within six months nfter
the first ptihlicntion of this notice to
and often a dangerous disease, ' T1,omn """on, ''. Oregon, one
but it can bo cured. Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrho
ea Remedy has cured it even
when malignant nnd epidemic.
For sale by all dealers.
the executors of the snid estutc or A W
Gownn, the attorney (or the executors,
at his office, Hums, Oicfjon,
One of the ISxccutors.
First publication July 0, 101-',
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wc ur i h m
H , -i
HOY, Eighty-four years old, barefooted,
with his Grand-fathers gum boots on.
When last soon or hoard from ho was
Hums looking for a job to earn money enougii
to go to Shelley's Harness Shop and bu, ono of
thoso famous M union Saddles.
Harness and Saddles of AH
Kinds, Grades and Patterns
Prices Always Right, and
Satisfatory Service Rendered
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
iav address the under-
is, nine times in ten,
a better buyer and a
better saver than the
THIS, is why she should
have a savings account
with this bank, and keep
adding the results of her
planning and economies
THUS, creating a growing
surplus, and, what is
better still, setting an
example of thrift to her
Special attention given
to Women's accounts.
United Sutes Depositary Dcpotttary For Tli
Pott Sarins. Fundi Slat of Oregon
Gasoline Traction Engines
Hand and Wind Mill Pumps
Irrigation Outfits a Specialty
All Kinds of Farm Machinery
Tin and Plumbing Shop
QEER & CUMMIN
THE OLD STAR SALOON
BRENTON & HICKS. Props.
Old and neui patrons mill find best brands
Wines, Liquors, and Cip-ars
Cood Service, Courteous Treatment
DROP ll Main Street Burns, Oregon
The Sawhill Transportation Go.
Will Haul Your
Heavy and Light F. eight
Express and Baggage
And With The