The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, October 12, 1912, Image 3

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, imBS-Perald
Lrgt Circulation Of Any
Ncwipaper In Harney County.
Loonl News. I
Vulcanizing nt GomborliiiK'ti.
A. Schaper is over from his
e In Diamond Valley,
Rough and dressed lumber of
kinds now on hand at the
illiams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough
ber $15 per thousand.
Eldon Johnson is renewing ac
uaintnnces in tniB city utter an
absence of several years. Ho
how lives in Edmonds, Washing
; ftj
tl: John Hoss shaved his mustache
ioff and now fieo. Hntrov snvs ho
looks like Woodrow Wilson. Jqlm
nbi,n H?m H. tvnMih tt.StK .. n..
ilAACO ilia UIOUIIV.IIVII Willi 11U. JMl
ceptiDie swelling 01 mo ncaa.
Your wife should not be com
pelled to stand over a hot cobU'
stove this kind of Weather. Get
?,heroneof those fireless cookers
at Clevenger's. Go and sec
Mr. and Mrt. Arthur Thomp-
;son nave opened the Harney
Hotel, at Harney City, and solicit
; the patronage of the Public.
Home cooking and good clean
bed. 47-49
Fred Allen has returned from
Corvallis where he went to en
ter the Agriculture College. ,He
decided he would come home
again and take up his studies in
the High School and will enroll
See the big double show nt
Tonawama tomorrow night An
illustrated song will be a feature
and all the necessary "traps"
and music will accompany each
picture. Admission 25 and 15
Mayor Clevenger was out to
his farm yesterday and brought
in some of the finest turnips we
have seen this season and they
were raised without a drop of ir
rigation. His grain yield was
enormous, the oats being quite
heavy averaging 41 pounds to the
The public school of this city
opened Thursday and the child
ren have all been assigned their
studies. Next week will see the
school got down to the regular
schedule and begin to accomplish
something. The new building
and surroundings are so pleasant
that the pupils have no excuse
for not advancing rapidly.
Threshing continues in this
vicinity. The yields are up to
expectations and if there was a
market for the products Harney
county fanners would be in clover
As it is he is not flushed with
money but he has the products
that is the equivalent. The Times
Herald would suggest hogs - hogs
are what will bring prosperity to
this 'section in short order with
7he least capital invested.
Pays You!
W hcthcr you make a deposit of n
dollar or a thousand; it makes no
difference, it pays you because it
has the best and safest method of
keeping your account and taking
care of your money as it should.
The Secret of its Success, is that
it has always made good with all
the people and it can make good
with you. No business institution
ever had better backing, or a better
record, upon which to carefully con
duct all business transactions this
is at your disposal, merely for thp
asking at any time with this bank.
The Oldest Ami niggest Bank"
Fresh home mado lard 17c. at ' BornTo Mr. and Mrs
Hansen's Meat Market i Davis, Oct. IS, a daughter.
James Paul and family have I the first national bank or
been in the city for several days. "URNS, capital and s u r p l u s
ueen in uic cuy ior several unys. $,00000 ..TE BANK THAT MAKES
A Creason, acapitalistof Rose-1 your $ $ j $ SAfE." accounts
buror. is registered nt the French. 1 INVITED
Calves are dying with Black
Leg get your vaccine at Tho
Welcome Pharmacy.
Thos. Hutton and his mother
and J. H. Currin are in from the
Wagon tire section today on land
A. Miranda, one of the old
time residents of the southern
part of the county was here this
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.
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.
The Burns base ball team left
this morning for Princville to
play three games with that home
team during fair week. Those
who went over were: Nolic and
Clifford Reed, Ernest Musick, D.
M. McDade, Jay and Will Gould,
C. W. Schumann and Walter
Means To You?
f rfir ITWT At Our Big Display Window and
JlXJKJIS. 111 Note The Matchless Assortment
Of The Various Colors and Grades at Bottom Prices
iTr f ICTCM When You COME IN We
AINU LiOlllilN Will Convince You There
Is No Safer or Saner Bargain Than "Holeproof" Socks
It Means Money
In Yonr Pockets
When You BUY "HOLEPROOF" Socles
' - General Merchandise -
riasonlc Building, - - Burns, Oregon
Mrs J. W. Saycr and dnughter
Dorothy have returned from their
sojourn at the coast where they
went last June for the benefit of
Mrs. Sayer's health.
Mrs. Geo. Sizemore, agent, for
Victor Ladies' Tailoring Co., in
vites the ladies of Burns to call
and see new fall and wintersam
ples. 47tf
Chris Lackman went out on
the Trucks Thursday bound for
Portlond whero he will spend
some time for the benefit of his
health. His daughter resides in
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
We. are selling agents for tho
Harney Valley Improvement
Company lands, the choice lands
of a 200,000 acre tract. These
lands are on the market on n ten
year payment plan. If you want
a good farm, investigate these
lands and terms. 37
Motiii:rsiii:ad & Doni:gan.
Harney county farmers, who
by the way settle tho bills should
take advantage of the agricultu
ral Bhort course to bo given at
the county high school this win
ter and make tho best of things.
They also should try to work Mr.
Breithaupt of tho Experiment
Station a little harder. Ho don't
mind it and will bo glad to assist
tho farmer.
J. R. Robertson whb recently
purchased a section of land on
Prather Creek from tho Oregon
& Western Colonization Co.,
whero he will engago in general
stock raising, dairying and farm
ing arrived hero last night. Ho
was accompanied by Oscar R.
Anderson, R. W. Lamb and 0.
Urich, all of whom desire land in
this big growing country.
C, E. Thomas of Chicago, one
of tho firm of Thomas & Walter?,
was in tho city a few days this
week looking after some business
matters respecting water rights
on Trout Creek. Mr. Thomas is
one of the original owners of tho
big tract in that district formerly
known as tho Sisson ranch and
which has since been subdivided
and sold to small farmers. He
left on his roturn yesterday
Vulcanizing ntiJcmbcrling's.
J. R. Stinson fa "over from
PrhiYillo again,
Good clean seed fall wheat
seo Allen Jones,
C. V. Reed nnd wife are re
gistered at tho French Hotel.
Dry slab and' pine wood $0.50
and $7.00 per cord, cash only nt
Lumber yard.
Zooth Houser is again hero
from Echo to reccivo some cattlo
ho has purchased.
Try a 35c chicken dinner' from
5:30 to 7:00 p. m. ovnry Sunday,
at tho Cottage Inn.
Miss Ilda Hayes has been quite
ill nt her homo in this city but is'
rapidly improving.
Peter Christensen was up this
week making proof on his homo
stead. Ho was nccompnnicd by
Mrs. Christensen and ,tho baby.
John D. Daly was ,hero from
Boise during tho week nttanding
a meeting of tho stockholders of
the First National Bank nnd vis
iting his many friends, . Ho hns
returned homo. it r ,
Tho public school board hos
made n ruling that children .who
will soon be Bix yenrs old may
enter tho scnool if thoy ' uq so
within the first fourteen days of
the opening of tho tornu
Sav. W. A. Goodmrfn is roadv
to saw your wood for you. this
nice weather. Tell him whom
your wood pile is by 'phone do
not wait until bad weathci and
then nil want it sawed nt once.
Mrs. Emanuel Clark and daugh
ter Bessie came over from Mann
Lake the first of this week in
company with I. II. Holland
and will spend an indefinite time
visiting relntives and friends in
this vicinity.
Frank Metachan, a former re
sident of Grant County nnd who
is now engaged in tho hotel busi
ness at Grants Pass, is visiting
friends and relatives here.
Blue Mt. Eagle. .
Mr. Mofilt, an attache of the
forestry service stationed ' nt
Klamath, was delayed here for
several days whllo enrouto to
Boise with an infected knee. Ho
stopped at tho hospital and has
been under the enro of Dr. Grif
fith. Hon. W. II. Brooke nnd wife
of Ontario were here a few days
this week to attend court and Mr.jof 'timothy, red top nnd clover
Tho Margaret lies Dramatic
Co., who closed a very success
ful engagement at Tonawama on
Monday evening, will roturn to
this city for two nights only,
Oct, 27 and 28 on their roturn
south. They will have two of
tho host bills in their reportoiro
for their Burns friends and
should bo greeted by full houses.
Tho company is playing to good
business at Canyon this week
according to reports and Miss
lies states over tho phono that
tho fair at John Day Ib Himply
Brooke interviewed some of tho
voters respecting his candidacy
for district attorney. Thoy loft
for Grant county Thursday morning.
W. W. Robertson, nnewspnpor
man of North Yakima, was hero
this week having come over with
Frank Clerf from Alvord where
ho hns been visiting. Mr. Rob
ertson is one of tho successful
newspaper men of tho northwest
nnd is making good jn, his section.
He is n very entertaining; gentle
man nnd this shop enjoyed u visit
with him.
Th'o HarnoyCounty Ntt'onal
Bank is now making delivery of
tho imported thoroughbred sows
to the farmers. Tho hogs have
been well cared for during tho
past two months nnd arc in the
pink of condition. This moans n
bright futuro for pork rnising in
Harney County, and tho bank is
truly a homo institution byfinnnc
ing farmers in such n way.
Jonathan Bourne has entered
the race as a candidate for U. S.
Senator to succeed himself. Ho
is running as a progressive gov
ernment candidate, making four
n tho field. Mr." Bourne has a
certain following'whieh Vif !sup-
port him; Selling has others of
tho republicans that will stay
with tho regular nominee nnd
Clark of t.ho Bull Mnoso camp
will poll some votes. .This loaves
tho matter on a safo hotting
bosis that Dr. Harry Lane of
Portland, tho Democratic candi
date will receive a plurality of
tho votes cast and will bo elected
by tho legislature as Sonator from
Mrs, Win. Weber was in from
tho ranch during tho week.
'''A. W. Howser was over from
his home near Harney during tho
J. R. Jenkins and his daughter
left for homo yesterday after a
short visit in this city.
Will Gould has resigned as
clerk at tho postofilco and Ralph
Irving is to take his place.
Niss Hatt and wifo were in the
city yesterday, having como in to
assist Mrs Jones in making proof
on her desert.
Julicn Hurley, republican can
didate for tho stalo legislature
from this district, has been over
from his homo nt Vale for sever
al days.
Any court would grant n di
vorce to tho woman whoso hus
bnml refused to buy her ono of
tlioso fireless cookers nt Cloven
ger'B. Tlioso elegant moth proof
chests at Clevenger's arc just
what you are looking for. They
arc the best piece of furniture
you could invest in.
VHouse clcnning time is hero
let McIIose make it easy for you,
with the vacuum cleaner clean
ing the carpets and rugs without
removing them from the floor
no dust and satisfaction guaran
teed. 48-48
Mr. snd Mrs. Frank Clerf of
the Alvord ranch came to Burns
on Sunday. Mrs. Clerf's visit
to the metropolis was her first in
two yenrs. While here she mado
final proof on her desert land
B. P. Bennett nnd wifo arrived
here last Sunday from Frceport,
Maine, whero they have been re
siding for the past two years.
Mr. Bennctt'B health was not
good hack there so thoy returned
to Burns where they expect to
remain permanently. This esti
mable old couple have many
friends hero who nre glad to wel
come them back.
Tho Ladies' Saturday After
noon 500 Club held their Annual
business meeting, at the homo of
tho President, Mrs. Julian Byrd,
Wednesday, Oct Oth. Officers
for tho ensuing year wero elected
as follews: President, Mrs. Isaac
Schwartz; Vice-President, Mrs.
John Gemberling; Secretary, Dr.
Elizabeth' Ellis; Treasurer, Mrs.
C. F. McKinney.
Grass Si:ed I hnvo a fine lot
Tho fair board is considering
tho advisability of parking" tho
west side of tho grounds, putting
out some nice, quick growing
shade trees, and plowing up tho
infield and seeding to grass of
some character. It is 11 gopd
movo. Burns needs- a park and
this would bo an idOal place for
ono. Arrangements will bo mado
to havo tho trees irrigated tho
first year or so to give them n
good start and with a band stand
in tho center it would bo an ideal
placo for tho pcoplo of Burns to
spond warm afternoons. Tho in
field should bo put to uso, ns it Is
an oyo sore as it is now nil grown
up in weeds, but with a little
work nnd the necesiBaryfintinoos
it could bo mado more sightly nB
well as profitable
seed threslieu this senson.
This seed is acclimnted and best
quality, mixed in right propor
tions for seeding meadows. Will
deliver at that prico at Burns
during fair week or fill orders
sent mo before that date. Write
mo nt Drewsey W. T. Vander
Vi:er. A big double show has been
arranged for tomorrow night at
Tonawnmn. There will bo six
reels- G000 feet of film which
includes some good comedy nnd
fine drmatic work. Carl Welker
will sing nn illustrated song.
Appropriate music will accompa
ny each film and thoy are made
ns real as possible. The prices
for this performance will be 25c
nnd 15c.
Amnnir (linun te- 41i oniifli.
ern part of the county to visit us
during tho fair and for court
business wero Adam, Lou, Dave
and Dell Dofl'enbaugh. These
brothers are all interested in lnnd
on Trout Creek in tho Dcnio sec
tion whoro there is u movement
to try and soltlo water rights.
Somo of tho boys camo to tho
county with tho writer and fami
ly somo 30 years ago and it was
)o first timo ho had met Adam
Blnce. their arrival in 1883.
Estiiav Ono sorrel horso with
Btrip in face, white hind feet nnd
flntidlo marks, branded cross on
right stifle nnd horso bIioo with
bar under on jaw; ono bay horse,
saddle marked, star in f aco brand
ed cross with roverso S on loft
stifle; ono chestnut horse, star in
face, snip on noso, blotch brand
on left log, camo to my placo
Sopt. I. Owner may havo them
by paying pasture and cost of
this ad.
J. II. Anderson,
Drewsey, Oregon,
Married Jesso J. Vernon
and Miss Bertha Roberts wero
married at tho homo of tho
brides parents Oct. 8 1912, Elder
Quior ofheiating. Mr. Vornon
ia u prominent pronoligist whoso
homo is in Now York City, nnd
Miss Roberts is n very prominent
young lady of Crnno Creek. Tho
young couplo oxpoct to make
their homo in this section this
winter and in tho spring thoy
will tour over tho western coun
try and then roturn to Now York
to mnko their futuro homo.
'Pl.Air ltn.rA mnmt TJahiIh !..
iujr uuvu iimiijr iiiunuti wiio
wish them tho best of luck on
their journey thru life.
PTX. d'ole !b !n iirrsrcr
Dnvo Miller is in the city.
Mrs. J. is. .James was over
from Harney this week.
Mrs. IBuckland, mother of the
two boys under indictment for
killing Z. II. Stroude, is here.
Clcnning, pressing, washing
and ironing. Packages loft at N.
Brown & Sons-Mrs. S.N. Joy,
The Ladies' Afternoon Club
will meet Saturday, Oct. 19th,
at tho homo of Dr. Elizabeth
Ellis. SubjectefStudy: "Crown
ed Hends of Europe, during the
10th Century."
J. E. Hubbard of Indcpendunco
who is interested in this county,
is hero looking nfter his business.
Ho is accompanied by his wife
and also his parents, tho Inter
being residents of Portland.
House clcnning time is here
let McIIose make it easy for you,
with the vacuum cleaner clean
ing the carpels and rugs without
removing them from the floor
no dust nnd satisfaction guaran
teed. 48-49
Tho railroad now being built
into tho Harney county has given
impetus to irrigation work in
this section and we will see some
definnto moves mado in that di
rection during the next few
months nnd projects launched in
timo to take up nctive work in
tho spring.
Dr. Babbidgc sent a card to
tho manager of this great reli
gious weekly yesterday stating
that Enterprise, Wallowa county,
seemed nearer the north polo
than here as tho snow was down
quite close and ho would have to
hurry back to thaw out. Tho
Doctor is there to attend Pres
bytery. Impounded Tho city marshal
hns taken up a Drown mare
nbout 17 years old, branded W.
V. on left shoulder nnd G. II. on
right shoulder. The nnimah was
formerly owned by Lee Wise
man. Owner must come and
get her, pay all charges or tho
animal will be sold in accordance
with the law governing such im
pounded animals.
John Back was ii from his
dairy farm today and states that
the Angora goats he recently im
ported from the Willamette Val
ley are doing fine on the rang1
along Prnther Creek. Ho finds
thnt the coyotes do not molest
them nnd if they stand the win
ter weather well it would bo a
fine thing to get more of them in
this country.
'The electric light plant was
started up on the first of this
month and has been giving good
service since. It is quite a con
venience to the many patron1'
and brightens up the town con
siderable. It is being handled in
good shape and giving far better
service than over beforo and in
ono respect particularly. Here
tofore when the picture show
was running it dimmed the lights
all over town. Now it is being
used by the Tonnwnma pictures
and tho slight difference when
the pictures are on is hardly
J. F. Williamson, at ono time
actively engaged in the sheep
business in this county in part
nership with Bill Jones, has oen
in the city for several daya do
ing jury duty. Ho has been ex
cused for the term and extracts
to leave tomorrow for his homo
in tho southern, part of tho
county. Mr. Williamson is much
disappointed in his former part
ner and friend Bill, ns ho contem
plates matrimony. Mr. William
son sayB Bill used to be a good
fellow, energetic nnd would get
up early in tho morning, but now
ho learns ho is getting society
habits, stays in bed late and al
together disgracing himself by
such actions.;r
How This Bank Considers You
This Bank is a public institution,
organized to serve the people, to
better the financial condition of
every man, woman or child who
will accept its service.
Petition for Liquor License.
We tliu nnJurnliieil legul votun uf
Poniu I'ri'oluct, lliirnoy County, Stnto
u( Oregon, to grant u I.U'onrc to Doan
Mercantile Co to Pell Bnlri'iiuuH, Mutt
and Vinous I.iunra In Iush quantities
tlinn imo khIIoii in Dunlo Precinct lliir
noy County Btato of Oregon, lor tin
I'vrlori of elx montlm, iu in duty bound
wo will over pray.
I'. I.. Allen
A. It. l'noa
Jnn Miranda
C. W. (lullon
Thomas Diifurrenn
John McLean
N. Maaotto
Joe llaltyon
W, O, IlllllliKH
II II, YickuiM
Joe Callow
A. Hegnrdy
Hon Yrulugruo
(loo, llaltuum
It, Win kcnlivrh
Clmii I). Hall
V lloul
C, I. Ilurnnm
W. II. McAllnter
Jaium 12 Yoiiiii! O. Cooley
IrnluK Kniltli
I'm nk Selmeliun
J. Onrviri
II I) llrmwi
Cmttro Mluni'llroi a
12. II. llrddon
Notice In hereby (riven tl'ut on Butm-
dny tho lUh day of November, 1U12 tho
undersigned will apply to the Honor -bio
County Court of Harney County
Statu c! Oregon, for the I.lcennu men
tloned In the abovo petition.
Doan Mehuantiik (o,
No matter how small and un
important YOU think your account
would be, let us assure you it will
be courteously received and handled
Harney County
National Bank
5 General Groceries
Select Can Goods, Fancy Groceries, Dried
Fruits, Tobacco, Confectionary, Coal
Oil, Feed, Grain and Produce
Special Inducement.'; Given On Bitr Orders
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a5 This Space Belongs To The
Clothing Company
Successors To
Schenk & Williams
Merchant Tailors
I. O. O. F. Building, Main Street, Burns, Oregon
Watch For St Every Week "a
Old and Nnw Patrons Will Find the Best Brands Here
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Cood Service, Courteous Treatment
DftOP IN Main Street Burns, Oregon
Come To Us
Mowers, Rakes, Bucks,
Sicldes, Ropes, Pulleys
Hay Forks, Extras etc.
Before Harvest
Perhaps Yom Need New
Binders, Tlrresfoers, Plows,
Discs, Wagtfms, Gas or Oil
Tractors, BieiUs, Oils Etc.
k$r Remember The Place -o
Geer & Cummins