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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1912)
H The Large! Circulation Of Any
Nrppcr In Harney County.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER JS, 1912
Vulcanizing at GemborlitiK's.
0. J. Darst has been in the
city several days visiting friends.
Scott Hayes was in the city
A. E. Brown was unions; our
.business visitors during the week
Chas. Davis was in town Wed
nesday. He reports a fine crop
of grain this season.
Mrs. Jasper Davis was among
tho delegates to the Sunday
School Convention last Saturday.
Miss Hazel Cozad came over
from Canyon the first of tho week
and is a guest at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Curtis Smith.
Mrs. Wm. Miller returned this
week in company with the Hol
lands from her visit with rela
tives and friends in Malheur
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
, BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$95,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
-YOUR S $ S S SAFE." ACCOUNTS
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.
You ShouSu Pay Your Bills and
Purchases by Check on Our Bank
YOU w'" avoid ugly disputon a pnid
check is the very best receipt
YOU mvo ,U1 accumt I'wowl f
wlioro money goes without dispute
YOU run no rtokofloMSiyoucuiiHooun'
a now check book any time itn lout.
You 8avo moro ,nny if yn usi'
checks -pocket money goes quickly
YOU 'mmL,(Mltoly establish a good
credit with a banking account at
BoiiN-Sntuiday, Sept, 21, to
Mr. and Mrs. Tip Stoy, a daughter.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
I1URNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
405,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." AQCOUNTS
Do not tako any chancea havo
hay, grain or other property In
sured in tho Reliable Aetna &
Hartford Insurance Companies.
41 INLAND EMPIRE RBALTY CO.
For Salk or Trade .'Jo acres
of Yakima Vallov fruit Innd for
relinquishment or deeded land.
Give full particulars. Address:
P. A. RUPPERT,
M-47 Mabton, Wash.
W. II. Robins was in form his
Crow Camp homo Wednesday
bringing in a load of fruit from
his famous orqhard. Mr. Robins
will bring tho family in for tho
fair and tako in the shooting
The family of Ted Hayes mov
ed up last Saturday to remain
for the winter term of school.
Miss Florence Hoffcditz will stay
with them while attending high
Those who contemplate going
to the railroad or other points
for supplies are invited to call on
W. E. Huston in the Odd Fellow
building and get his prices. It
..will be worth while.
Tin Gibson and wife were here
from Silver Creek Thursday to
make final proof on the lattcr's
homestead. She was assisted by
Zollie Dibble and G. L. Hembree.
They made the trip in Mr. Hem-
For Sale Complete teaming
outfit, including four young, well
broke horses, weighing from
1300 to 1400 lbs., good harness,
one set breeching, 3 3-4 Stude
baker wagon. May be seen at
the White Front Barn during
fair wesk. 45
Cal McPheeters took his de
parture Wednesday morning for
Missouri where he will visit rel
atives and friends for a few
weeks. He has been away from
his former home for many years
and this trip will certainly be en
joyed. He will remain there un
til about Christmas time.
Grass Seed I have a fine lot
of timothy, red top and clover
seed threshed this season.
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
-me at Drewsey W. T. Vander
BURNS, - OREGON
Teachers Institute, October 7, 8, 9
The democratic central commit
tee will hold a meeting in this
city on Saturday, Oct 5. The
place and hour will be given out
later by Chas. W. Ellis, the secretary.
THE FIRST NATIONAL IIANtf OF
DURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$95,000. -THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ $ t- $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Married At tho Presbyterian
manse yesterday, Sept. 27th,
Fred Anderson of Twin. Falls,
Your wife should not be com- Idaho, and Miss Mabel Westfnll.
polled to stand over a hot cook p Rev. Dr. Babbidge performed
stove this kind of weather. Get ' the ceremony,
her one of those Tireless cookers j The usual picture program at
at Clevengcr's. Go and see Tonawama tonight and tomorrow
them. . j night. Some interesting pictures
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Snellingof will bo shown among them "His
Lakeview are at the home of Mexican Sweetheart," n western
their daughter, Mrs. C M. Faulk-! story, "Tho Telephone Girl,"
ner. They were accompanied ! showing a fire scene and miracu-
overbyMiss Snelling, an aunt lous rescue from a burning buijd
of Mrs. Faulkner. The party, ing. Some good comedy too.
will remain an indefinite time. , Wo nre selling agents for the
J. E. Sizemore came in from H nm cy Valley Improvement
his home near the lakes the first Company lands, tho choice lands
of the week. He had intended of a 200.000 acre tract These
going to Drewsey for tho fair
but made a mistake in the date,
arriving too late to make the trip.
Mr. Sizemore is a candidate for
Miss Laura M. Dawson of Sun
set, will be the young lady to re
present Harney county on the
next Eastern tour of Philip S.
Bates. The party will go early
in the spring and expects to be
in Washington for the inaugura
tion. Jersey Heifers For Sale I have
40 head of choice Jersey heifers
which I have just purchased,
ranging in age foom 1 to 3 years,
some coming fresh at once. Will
sell at reasonable prices at my
place 9 miles east of Burns John
Means To You?
I fflf IM At Our Big Display Window and
JUxJKJrk. liN Note The Matchless Assortment
Of The. Various Colors and Grades at Bottom Prices
ATVir I TCTCM When You COME IN We
Alii L.IOIH.1N Will Convince You There
Is No Safer or Saner Bargain Than "Holeproof" Socks
If Means Money
In Your Pockets
When You BUY "HOLEPROOF" Socks
- General Merchandise -
fiasonlc Building, - - Burns, Oregon
lands are on the market on a ten
year payment plan. If you want
a good farm, investigate these
lands and terms. 37
MOTJIKItSIIKAI) & DONEGAN.
Owing to unforscen circum
stances Dr. Babbidge will not
use the topic previously announc
ed for next Sunday evening's
discourse, "Tho Religion of tho
Suffragette", this topic he ex
pects to uso at a later date, but
Sunday evening another theme
will'ho used that will he in keep
ing with tho Rally Dny thought.
Bidwell Indian school is here for
the purpose of taking a number
of Piute children back to school.
There arc several of school ago
in this vicinity and ho hopes to
get as many as possiblo to" return
with him. Mr. Predmore states
they have a fino attendance at
the school and seems to bo ac
complishing considerable good.
"The Ladies' Aftornoon Club"
will meet for their first regular
session on Saturday 2 p. m. Oct. 5,
at the home of Dr. Elizabeth
Ellis. The courso of study ad
opted for tho year's work is,
"The Nineteenth Century".
Tho program committee have
placed "Tho 1912-13 Year Book,"
in the hands of tho members
now numbering 3G and it is
quite desirable that all may bo
present to commenco the courso
so efficiently mapped out by tho
committee. "Our Presidents
from Jefferson to McKinley 1800
1900, will bo tho study for Oct.
Grant Sturtovant was quite
badly bruised up last Saturday
afternoon by bein'.? thrown from
his buggy in a run-away. Ho
was coming in from tho mill ac
companied by Mrs. Sturtovant
and their daughter and when on
tho grade just north of town their
driving animal shied at a dog
which throw Grant out of the rig.
This frightened the maro and sho
started to run. Ho held tho lines
for a timo but was finally com
pelled to let go. Tho frightened
animal ran down tho street with
tho ladles in tho rig helpless as
tho lines wero dragging on tho
ground. A horseman tried to
catch tho run-away which caused
her to again whirl, throwing
Mrs. Sturtovant out and tho
daughter jumped. Thoy escaped
without material injury but Grant
is nursing somo painful bruises.
Seed ryonnd barley for sale by
Chas. Davis, Harney, Oregon.
Mrs. Wm. Fny arrived homo
from outsido points Wednesday.
Supt Gllcrest of tho P. L. S.
Co. and I. II. Holland and wife
returned tho fore pnrt of tho
week from a trip to Mnlheur
C. n. MpPnnnoll nrrlvpil hnmn
from a business trip to Boiso and
oilier outside, points Thursday.
He has been at homo sinco re
turning nursing somo "pets" in
tho shape of threo juicy car
buncles. Among tho additional features
for tho farmers day program on
next Thursday morning aroBomo
musical selections by nn orches
tra, a vocal solo by Miss Louel
Smith and an address by Miss
Zoa Irwin, tho domestic science
teacher of tho high school.
Rough and dressed lumber of
all kinds now on hand at tho
Williams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough
lumber $15 per thousand.
Geo. Foon has again taken
charge of the Star Cafe, his old
' stand across the street from Tho
Times-Herald building. II i s
I many old timo customers are in
vited to como and see him.
Miss May Coleman, a sister of
Roy Coleman, is hero from De
catur, III., on a visit to relatives.
Sho is a niece of Mrs. Jasper
Davis of Harney and Mrs. Hastie
Mrs. Hattie Hastie was in the
city last Saturday, having just
returned from Silvics Valley
where sho had been cooking for
harvesters. Mrs. Hastio brought
Bomo nico fruit to this office
which had been raised on the
Jasper Davis farm at Harney.
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$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 jNew And Novel Features Will Be Added
Tuesday, October 1
Three-eighths mile dash, free for all Harney County saddle horses, purse - - $ 25 00
Onc-fourth-milodashrfree fpr all - - - - - - -100 00
Five-eighths mile dash, free for all - - - - - - -250 00
Bronco busting contest, free for all no entranco fee, Association will not furnish mounts,25 00
Wednesday, October 2
Three-eighths milo.dash, free for all - - - - - - - 100 00
Half-milo dash, free 'for all 200 00
Mi6 trot or pacer,to in threo heats, 3 year old, owned and bred in Harney County 150 00
Steer Tying Contest, free for all 25 00
Thursday, October 3
Half-milo dash, free for all Harney County saddle horses ...
Three-eighths milo dash, freo for all
Five-eighths milo dash, freo for all
Bulldogging a steer, freo for all .......
Friday, October 4
Half-mile dash, freo for all - - - - ,- . - 200 00
One-miio dash, freo for all - - - " - - . - - 275 00
One-milo Indian Pony Race - - - - - - - - 10 00
One-fourth milo pony race ....... -15 00
Hope Spinning and Trick Hiding by W. B. Shelley, followed by Big Stock Pnrado
" Saturday, October 5
One-fourth milo dash for Harney County saddle horses - - - - 25 00
Consolation Raco ' ' 100 00
Milo trot or paco, 2 in 3 heats, Harney County horses, 8 minute class - - 150 00
Wild horso race, freo for all, but Association will not furnish mounts - - 25 00
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In all race 5 to enter and 3 to start. Purse in runniug race divided, 70 per cent to first
horse, 30 per cent to second. In harness races purses divided 50 per cent to first horse 25
to second, 15 to third and 10 to fourth. Entries to races close at 8 o'clock on the evening
proceeding the ra.ee. The Association reserves the right to hold a less number than five to
fill a race by reducing the purse in proportion to the number of horses entered. Entrance
fee 10 per. cent of purse. Saddle races without fee. No entrauce fee 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. The Association reserves the
right to change, alter, postpone or declare off any and all races for a good and sufficient
cause. Should above races not fill properly, they will be changed to suit horses in attendance.
JULIAN BYRD, Secretary
P. G. SMITH,, President
JIUl'I" J',!U 1 1'
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Select Can Goods, Fancy Groceries, Dried
Fruits, Tobacco, Confectionary, Coal ,
Oil, Feed, Grain and Produce
Special Inducements Given On Big Orders
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Good Service, Courteous Treatment
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Hay Forks, Elxtras etc.
Perhaps You Need New
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Tractors, Belts, Oils Etc.
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