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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1912)
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Hu Th. Urgut Circulation Of Any
Nawtpapar In tlarnay County.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, tela
Vulcanizing at Gcmberling'a
C A. Kortenof Chicago is hcrtVl
to look arte hla big farm out
cast of this city.
Two mowing machines, a Dnin
Buck and rake for sale. Sco
A. D. Brakcmnn was up from
Waverly during the week after a
load of grain.
C. H. Leonard returned home
Tuesday from a business trip to
Reno, coming back by way of
The Cottage Inn serves an ex
cellent chicken dinner for 35c
every Sunday afternoon from
5:30 to 7:00.
N. P. Biddle was in town the
first of the week, having brought
his daughter up to enter high
Roy Bunyard has established a
lumber yard in Harney and is
prepared to fill orders there es-
pcially for rough lumber.
Any court would grant a di
vorce to the woman whose hus
band refused to buy her one of
those fireless cookers at Cleven-ger's.
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Clay Clemens mill is the 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.
The bereaved sons and daugh
ters of Mrs. Mary E. Haley take
this means f expressing their
thanks to the many friends who
were so kind and sympathetic
during their recent trying circum
stances. Geo. Miller is in the city He
has been prospecting over on Can
yon Mountain and had the mis
fortune to lose his camp and en
tire equipment including clothing
and provisions by fire the other
Grass Seed I have a fine lot
of timothy, red top and clover
seed threshed this season which
I will sell for 121 cents a pound.
This seed is acclimated and best
quality, mixed in right propor
tions for seeding meadows. Will
deliver at that price at Burns
during fair week or fill orders
sent me before that date. Write
mo at Drewaey W. T. Vandrr-
Cal Geer and wife, Mrs. Cly
mer and children and Henry
Gesr haye started on their return
trip to Southern Oregon by way
of Crater lake. They will make
the trip by easy Btages and en
joy camp life en route. While
here Mr. Geer disposed of his
residence property to Robt Mc
Kinnon who will move in shortly.
He also purchased some horses
and mules which he took with
him to market at his home. i
You Should Pay Your Bills and
Purchases by Check on Our Bank
YOU w' uvid "Sty disputes n paid
ohock is tho vory best receipt
YOU l,avo ,lu iwuurnto record of
whore money goes without dinp.utei
YOU run no r'H'cofiOHH;youciuiHeeur(
a new check book any time its lost
YOU mvvo moro 'uouoy if you use
eheclcH pocket money goes quickly
YOU "mni-'diately establish a good
credit with a banking account at
BURNS, - OREGON
Mrs. Ed Egli and little daugh
ter went ou' to the runch Thurs
day. Will Gates and wife were in
this week bringing their daugh
ter in for high school.
Wm. Cummins is having an
addition built to his residence
A. Egli and family are again
domiciled in their city residence
for the winter.
r f T rrij-imrcnn Itrrtttfrlif a
daughters up to enter high school
Rough and dressed lumber of
all kinds now on hand at tho
Williams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough
lumber $15 per thousand.
A. M. Byrd has the agency for
the Equitable Life Assurance Co.
of the United States, ono of the
strongest companies doing busi
ness today. When you want life
insurance tell him about it.
For Sale Wood or posts in
the timber, or hero in town.
Leave orders at Lunaburg, Dal
ton Co. or Schwartz's. Satisfac
The Times-Herald regrets to
note a tendency of destructive
ness among the younger boys of
Burns. They go into tho yardB
and orchards at night and strip
trees of fruit. This should bo
stopped as people take consider
able pride in the small amount
of fruit they raise and to have it
destroyed by the boys before it
is ripe is very annoying.
In order not to carry over any
goods out of season, we are
now offering all our
Ladies and Gents
Goods At Big
Lute Parker is having a nic
residenco erected on his lota tiv
I am not responsible for any of
M. Schcnk's private obligations
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BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
j $05,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
I YOUR $ J SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Do not take nny chances have
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sured in tho Reliable Aelnn &
Hartford Insurance Companies.
'11 Inland Emimm: Rkalty Co.
' Mrs. J. C. Sevcik arrived fiero
Tuesday on a visit to her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs John Robin
son. Her many old time friends
arc glad to see her?
Your wife should not be com
pelled to stand over n hot cook
stove this kind of weather. Get
her one of those fireless cookers
at Clevcnger's. Go and sec
All Ladies Dress Goods at Greatly
Reduced Prices. Come in and
we will snow you things
that will Interest you,
- General Merchandise -
riafonlc Building, - - Burns, Oregon
For Sale or Tkadk- 30 acres
of Yakima Valley fruit land for
relinquishment or deeded land.
Give full particulars. Address:
P. A. RUPI'KRT,
44-47 Mabton, Wash.
'Dr. R. D. Burrow arrived in
this city the first of the week,
coming in from Walla Walla.
Dr. Burrow contemplates re
maining here and again taking
up the practice of medicine.
Jersey Heifers For Sale I have
40 head of choice Jersey heifers
which I have just purchased,
ranging in ago foom 1 to 3 years,
some coming fresh at once. Will
sell at reasonable prices at my
place 9 miles cast of Burns- John
We are soiling agents for tho
Harney Valley Improvement
Company lands, the choice lands
of a 200,000 acre tract. These
lands are on the market on a ten
year payment plan. If you want
a good farm, investigate these
lands and terms. 37
Motiieusiiead & Donegan.
'Mrs. John Robinson returned
homo last Satuaday from an ex
tended visit with relatives and
friends in Western Oregon. Sho
had a very pleasant time during
her long vacation. Mrs. Robin
son having learned that the local
Odd Fellow lodge was gathering
photos of former Noble Grands
of the lodge induced her brother
Ed to give her a picturo of tho
late Joe Beard which will certain'
ly be prized very highly by tho
many old timo members of tho
lodge who knew Mr. Beard per
sonally. J. R. Stinson camo over from
Prineville this week accompani
ed by J, R. Lusk, representa
tive of tho Oregon & Western
Colonization Co. at Spokane, L,
N. Morton and wife, of Ark.,
who were looking for a suitablo
location for a largo mule and
liorso ranch, and P. S, Weittcn.
hilleof Spokane, Tho latter is
looking for considerable land and
will spend somo timo looking
over this section. Mr. Morton
states his father was hero many
years ago and over since has been
advising his son to comoout hero
C, F. McKinney is on a hunting
trip to Siccus Mountain.
Miss Susio Smith arrived tho
first of tho Week to resumo her
position in tho public school.
Satisfied customers and an in
creasing business sneak for them
selves -W. B. Sholloy, tho har
ness and saddlo man.
W. F. Hissnor returned Wed
nesday from a business trip to
Portland. Ho is having tho old
Orphcum theatre in his building
remodeled and has under consid
eration tho addition of moro pool i
tables to his establishment.
Mrs. M. V. Dodge and littlo
son arrived homo Tuesday night
from an oxtended visit with rela
tives nnd friends in Boston and
other eastern points. Sho had n
delightful vacation and is ready
to resumo her work with her
numerous violin pupils.
Honry Chapin was over from
Silver ereck during tho week.
Col. C. E. S. Wood gave a vory
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Interesting tnlk on enunl nufFrniro
at Tonawama last Saturday eve
Thoso elegant moth proof
chests nt Clovonger's nro just
what you aro looking for. They
nro tho best picco of furniture
you could invest in.
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BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$05,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
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O. H. Cobb was a callor at this
ofllco tho first of tho week. He
has harvested an excellont crop
on his places this season and is
taking an actlvo Interest in tho
fair. Mr. Cobb is ono of tho
practical farmers of this section
wlio is doing his part toward tho
development of tho country.
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Hnnscn's Meat Market.
Judge Thompson was in the
city on official business during
Chas. Comegys brought tho
family in from the farm near
Egli tfio first of this week to ho
in rendlness for school.
Mrs, Corlos Elliott is up from
Portland on a visit to relatives'
and friends. Sho was in the city
Wednesday in company with her
sister, Mrs. Roy Bunyard of
Zooth Houser, of Echo, former
U. S. Marshal of Oregon, is here
to buy cattle. Mr. Houser bus
many acquaintances in tills sec
tion who enjoy his occasional vis
its. Ho has a flno alfalfa farm
over in Umatilla county anil each
year feeds a largo number of
beef for market.
OCTOBER, 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5.
$4,000 Premiums & Purses $4,000
Live Stock, Poultry, Farm, Garden and
Orchard Products, Dairying, Etc.
Cash and Many Special Prizes For School
Children's Industrial, Agricultural,
Cooking And Needle Work
Horse Racing, Bronco Busting, Roping
Contests, Fancy Roping, Trick Riding,
Trap Shooting, Farm Talks Etc.
Many New And Novel Features Will Be Added
Tuesday, October 1
Three-eighths mile dash, free for all Harney County saddle horses, purse - - ? 25 00
One-fourth mile dash, frco for all - - - - 100 00
Fiye-eighths mile dash', free for all 250 00
Bronco bustingcontest, frco for all no entrance foo, Association will not furnish moiints.25 00
.Wednesday, October 2
Three-eighths milo dash, free for all 100 00
Half-milo dnsh, free for all 200 00
Milo trot or pace, two in three heats, 3 year old, owned and bred Jn Harney County 150 00
Steer Tying Contest, free for nil ' - - - 25 00
Half-mile dash, free for all Harney County saddlo horses
Three-eighths milo dash, free for all ...
Five-eighths milo dash, frco for1 all
Hulldogging a steer, free for all ....
Half-mile dash, free for all
One-milo dash, free for nil1
One-mile Indian Pony Race
One-fourth mile pony race
Friday, October 4
- - 200 00
- . - - - 275 00
r- - 10 00
' - - 15 00
Ropo Spinning and Triejcl Riding by W. B. Shelley, followed-by Big Stock Parado
Saturday, October 5
One-fourth milo dash for Harney County saddle horses - - - 25 00
Consolation Race - - - - 100 00
Milo trot or pace, 2 in 3 bents, Harney County horses, 3 minute clnss - - 150 00
Wild horso race, free for all, but Association will not furnish mounts - - 25 00
In all races S to enter and 3 to start, Purses In runnlug race divided, 70 per cent to first
horse, 30 per cent to second. In harness rce puites divided 50 per cent to first horse 2fi
to second, 15 to third and JO tq fourth, Entries to races close at 8 o'clock on the evening
proceeding the race, The Association reserve the right to hold a less number than five to
fill a race by reducing the nurse in proportion to the number of horses entered. Entrance
fee 10 per cent of purse, Saddle races without fee, No entrauce f00 charged in bronco bust
ing, steer tying, bulldogging and wild horse races. Purse divided 70 per cent to first and 30
per cent to second. Harness races governed by American Trotting Association Rules. Run
ning races governed 'by Pacific Coast Jockey Club Rules. Tho Association reserves the
right to change, alter, postpone or declare off any and all races for a good and sufficing
cause. Should above races not fill properly, they will be changed to suit horses in attendance.
P. G. SMITH, President JULIAN BYRD, Secretary
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Next to the matter of safety, the offi
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BURNS, HARNEY CO. OREGON
W. E. HUSTON
J General Groceries f
Select Can Goods, Fancy Groceries, Dried
Fruits, Tobacco, Confectionary, Coal
Oil, Feed, Grain and Produce
Snccial Inducements Given On Ricr Orders
Ifrb" This Space Belongs To The
Schenk & Williams
I. O. O. F. Building, Main Street, Burns, Oregon
Watch For It Every Week "
BRENTON & HICKS, Props.
Old and New Patrons Will Find the Best Brands Here
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Good Service, Courteous Treatment
DROP IN Main Street Burns, Oregon
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Come To Us
Mowers, Rakes, Bucks,
Sickles, Ropes, Pulleys
Hay Forks, Extras etc.
Perhaps You Need New
Binders, Threshers, Plows,
Discs, Wagons, Gas or Oil
Tractors, Belts, Oils Etc.
WE SELL IT ALL
star Remember The Place tta
Geer & Cummins