The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, March 15, 1913, Image 3

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    'imes-Jferald
Th. UurtMt Circulation Of Any
Nrwtpapcr In Harn.y County.
SATURDAY. MARCH IB. ISIS
Local News.
Use Nyals Rheumatic Remedy.
Cecil Irvinjj wan in for fin
ance last night.
Ladies fine shoes in suede and
white buckskin at Schwartr..
A. Dunn will have duurgf of
hv wood business in Burns this
Ivinter. Dry wood on hand to
ny part of town F. 0. Jackson.
52. tf
Several went from this place
to La wen yesterday afternoon to
ittend an entertainment Riven by
he school which was followed bv
dance.
Parties desiring toilets cleaned
r garbage removed should see
E. R. Potter during this month
is he expects to go to the farm
he first of April for a time.
W. A. Goodman sells Rolled
Barley at lie. Rolled Wheat at
Jc. Clean seed Barley, lie.
Good Wheat He, at his barn in
he west part of town. (tf.
H. J. Hansen of the Burns
feat Market is prepared to fill
rders in any qaanty for hams.
acon and lard. Right prices in
arge lots. 16tf
UT OF TOWN TAXPAYERS
Fhe Harney County National
Bank will be pleated to attend to
he payment of your taxes upon
receipt of your instruction.
Wm. Hanley and wife arrived
Some last Wednesday trorn rort-
arn 1 ahd other outside points hav-
ng been away for several weeks.
fife have not seen Mr. Hanley
ince his return.
Link Hutton and wife and
Ehos. Hutton came over from
agontire yesterday. The boys
Itate their mother spent winter
lown in the Rogue River section ,
Ind has not yet returned home.
W. T. VanderVeer is over from Blueprint of every Township
lis Pine Creek home. He states anj Ra,, jn Harney county,
he will plow up and farm practi-, correct to date. Price $1.00 each
bally all his meadow land this, Address. Burns Blueprint Co..
Banking Business
With The
FIRST
NATIONAL
BANK
BURNS, OREGON
0. W. Johnson was over from
Silver Creek during the week.
A. K. Brown and wife were
among our visitors during the
week.
LADIHS HOSPITAL, Private
and comfortable care, Miri. W. T.
Lester. Burns, Oregon.
h'. K. Lstftifl ll back from his
trip to outside points where he
visited during the winter.
H. A. Hillard and Walter Cross
were in town to attend the fun
eral of the late Sam Roach.
I 111 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
INVITED.
Chas. J. Johnson, one of the
pioneer ranchers of the Lawen
neighborhood, was here Thurs
day attending to business and
visiting his daughter, Miss Kiln,
who is u student in the high
school.
Brings Best Results
Try Us Out
Sil-
I). R. Thome ia
ver Creek.
Use Nyals OoOfh medicine
for baby's cough, 10 tf
(!eo. Smyth WM la UW" f'w
i lays this week on ft visit to his
wife and son.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR f 9 $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
INVITED.
12tf
head of young
eason except the portion he de
votes to raising grass seed.
(Jus. Zoglmann, who has spent
everal weeks here during the
fca.st winter assisting in the store ern Colonization Co. agents,
pf the Wilhams-Zoglman Cloth- p Johnson at Burnt,, or J.
Burns, Oregon.
For Sale .52
broke horses, weighing from 1100
to 1200 lbs. See Oregon & West-
M.
R
ng Co., has returned to the
ranch on Silver Creek to take up
his spring work there.
Stinson at Prineville.
14tf
All ye housewives nttention!
'I'll,, I juliiw Aid will sell von all
For Sale Imported Black Shire 1 f . ,. thinm. vmi need for tlu.
Stallion, 6 years old, weight 1800 1 ... Sudav dinner an Tona.
lbs; three year state license; war-j wama R, . Saturdav afU.rnoon.
anted a sure foal getter. Fori UmmA 09nA
articulars write W. S. Paul, Al-
Will irivo t.-rrnvj i As I am moving my saw mm
I have four or five old buildings
any, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. i. scnwari. en-, at the 0,d gite thftt j wi diHpost.
ertainedafew friends at their . barmin. Any one need-
ome Thursday evening at 500. . . material Bnouid 8ee me
Mrs. Ed. Egh was awarded the . Mn. pi,raanu VAtf
irst honor among ladies and R. .
Hughet for the gentlemen for' Miss Mary Neal was in from
highest scores. Refreshments her home at roily larm during
fwere served following the hands. , the week, having accompanied
IMr. and Mrs. Schwartz are noted some friends who were on land
entertainers and this little party ! business. While here Miss Mary
kvas no exception to the usual had some dential work done
rule. called on friends.
and
LADIES!
Your Opportunity Is Now
At Hand To Secure
Your Choice Of
The Latest
i Kobe Silk, Silk Panama, Silk Pop
lin, Washable Silk Voile, Gaze Mar
vel, Serge, Lennox Poplin, Stripea
Messaline, Cambridge Zepher, Pan
ama, Messaline, Silk Ratine, Ver
ona Voile, Striped Taffeta, Windsor
Plesse, Vigeaux Serge, Laurette
Shantung, Rufflings and Trimmings
This Nifty New Line has just arrived and will
be ready for your inspection the first of the
week. Come early and take your choice
while the variety lasts. Nothing later
will be shown in Burns this season-
I. SCHWARTZ
- General Merchandise -
Hasonlc Building, -
Burns, Oregon
Always ready for job printing
Fresh heme made lard 17c. at
Hansen's Meat Market. tf
New pumps for ladies at
Schwartz' in patent and velvet
Just arrived. See them.
Lillies of the Valley, potted
ready for blooming will be sold
at the Faster Sale next Saturday
afternoon.
J. W. Sayer loft this morning
for Portland where he goes to
visit his wife and daughters for
a few days. He went out by the
way of ("any on.
Alvin Hurlburt and wife were
,over from their home near Warm
Springs this weak on a visit to
relatives and friends and to take
in the St. Patrick dance.
During the Faster sale next
Saturday the Presbyterian Ladies
Aid has decided to make a spec
ial prices on their cook books.
During this sale the books may
be bought for 8T cents.
Customer and others desiring
us to settle their taxes will please
send us sheriff's statement of the
amount due together with in
structions for payment of same
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of BURNS OREGON.
Two good residence lots, in
Hums, under cultivation with
some fruit trees and a large
number of small berry bushes,
under an irrigation ditch, fenced,
a well built barn on them that
will house 12 tons of hay and
stall room for K head of stock.
Inquire at this office. l(!tf
Married Last Sunday. March
9. at the home of Mr. and Mtb.
E. L. Baker east of Hums, Jesse
Bunyard and Miss Margaret
Banks, Justice Patterson per
forming the ceremony in the
presence of a few relatives of
the contracting parties. The
happy couple will make their
home on a ranch in the Wagon
tire section we are informed.
We join friends in extending con
gratulations. A telephone message received
from I'rineville this morning an
nounces that Geo, Stanclift was
buried there yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Stanclift was a pioneer of
this section and lived for many
years on a farm just north of
Burns. His health having failed
him a ffjv years ago he disposed
of his interests and moved to
PrinOville where his daughter,
Mrs. M. It. Biggs, resides. He
was a man widely known and
well respected. He is survived
by his wife, one son and two
daughters.
Married Thursday afternoon
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Cummins, Mr. C. A. De Forest
of Riley and Miss Cecile Cox of
this city were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony. The cere
mony was reail by Dr. Babbidge
of the Presbyterian Church. The
groom waH attended by Mr. Cox
a brother of the bride, and Mrs.
I). N. Varien uccompanied the
bride. Mr. De Forest is a well
known lumberman from the
wertern part of the county, the
bride is one of Burns favorite
daughters. We all join in wish
ing them bon voyage on the
matrimonial bark.
C. W. Young contemplates go
ing to Payette in the near fut
ure where he will buy some pure
bred Poland China hogs and also
thoroughbred Holstein cattle.
Mr. Young has got the riirht
'hunch."
The appointment of county at
torney, an ollice created by the
recent legislature, was tendered
to Chas. W. Ellis of this city but
he declined the place. Mr. Ellis
is a candidate for appointment as
receiver of the local land office
and did not feel like taking the
county attorneyship.
The Library Club elected offi
cers for the ensuing year at the
Fay Comegys was in town this
week.
Use Nyals Stone Hoot Comp.
for the kidneys. 10 tf
C. F. Dillman, who is teaching
Ml I at Narrows, is in the city
today.
Harold, the little son of 'Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Dalton, is sick
with pneumonin.
Ira Malum and wife, James Ma
hon and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R.
J Williams, Tom Allen, Mrs.
Fred Oakerman, W. L. Best and
R. R. Sitz were among the out of
town members who were present
at the memorial service at the
Masonic lodge room last Monday
in honor of Dr. Marsden.
The little daughter of Mrs.
Julia Cawfleld completely severed
the third finger of her left hand
the other day while playing with
a lawn mower. The finger is
cut olT just below the first Joint.
She was taken Immediately to
the doctor and the wound dressed
and she is getting along fine.
A. M. Pringle, manager of the
United Warehouse Co. at Bend,
was in Burns several days this
week calling on the business men
and making new acquaintances.
Mr. Pingle is a pleasant young
man to meet and his visit has re
sulted in a better relation be
tween the business interests of
the town. He left on his return
this morning.
P. J. Gallagher and family ar
rived the latter part of last week
from Dakota and have taken up
their residence in the McGee
houHe. Mr. Gallagher and his
meeting held last Saturday after- brother came here in January
and after looking over the field
decided to locate here and he re
turned for his family. Mr. Gall
agher is an attorney and will
soon open an office here.
f J. A. Robertson of the Bell A
ranch left this week with a drove
of beef for Prairie City from
which place the stock will be
htpptd to the Pertland market
John said he would spoil the fine
weather we had been enjoying
as it invariably stormed every
spring when he started a bunch
of batf. He proved a good prophet.
noon. The officers are: Mrs. G.
A. Uembold, president; Mrs. H.
F. Thompson, vice-president;
Mrs. Julian Byrd, secretary; Miss
Josephine l,ocher. treasurer; Dr.
Elizabeth Ellis, librarian.
A large number of people from
the Alberson section and south
of that point came in the other
day in order to be ready to make
filings on the land to be opened
for entry this morning at the
land office. The land is in the
Steena mountain section and is
valuable for grazing purposes.
Frank Carlin, the present con
tractor on the Canyon-Burns
stage line, is expected here this
evening. The bids for regular
service on both the Prairie City
and Vale lines were to be opened
on the 11th but so far nothing
seems to have been heard here as
C. M. Faulkner left Thursday
for I.akeview accompanied by
his mother-in-law, Mrs. V. L.
Snelling who has been visiting
here for several weeks. W. O.
White also accompanied them on
his way to California where he
to whether any were accepted or is called on accout of the illiness
not. It is known that bids were! of his mother. Mr. White will
submitted on both line's.
The Collins auto left this morn
ing with passengers for Bend but
broke down when just out of
town and returned. John Cald
well and Mr. Fredricks, who
were going out left at noon with
Tom and Link Hutton who will
take them as far as Riley where
I.oe Caldwell had already gone
in company with Frank Dibble.
The latter will take the boys on
to Bend. Ia-o decided to accom
pany his sou to California and
Mr. Fredrickson goes to Portland.
be absent an indefinite time, de
landing upon the health of his
mother.
Jim Mahon and his son Ira are
the recipients of very handsome
presents from his brother John
of Alaska. The latter is mining
up north and has sent a large
nugget stick pin while Jim's is a
watch charm, a square and com
pass surrounded by a circle of
nuggets. The latter is a most
artistic piece of jewelry and pro
nounced by authority as being
one of the finest pieces of work
ever seen in this section.
NOW!
Is The Time!
To buy 5 or 10 acres. The Harkey
Ranch is Now On The Market in
small tracts. On account of the
very low price, the richness of the
soil and beautiful? location it will be
all sold in a very short time.
Price and terms are as follews:
$150.00 per acre, one-fifth down,
balance in four equal yearly pay
ments at 6 per cent interest. A
discouut of $15.00 per acre is given
where one-half cash is paid or
$20.00 per acre discount where all
cash is paid.
This acreage in lomteil )ua1 omt-half milt north
of I lie business section of Hiiiiih, straight out from
the main (street, with ftjfinqacadatniiedroad leading
up to it. The land In the Rioheit Alfalfa and Ganl
eu Land to be found, and in now in ahlgheteteoi
cultivation. There in only 80 aoree to be nold wv
crnl tinctHiiiv (iiken now. It WILL PAY YOU to
call mill Select, Your Tract At Ouoe-Ai it iH will hooh
lie nil sold ami doubled in value. Come In Today!
ARCHIE McGOWAN
. The Land Man .
Geo. Cawlfleld was up from
Narrows this week.
C. K. Peterson was in the city
the first of this week.
Fastmnn Kodaks and Kodak
supplies at The Welcome Pharm
acy. 10 tf
Born Monday, March, 10th,
to Mr. and Mrt, J. W. Vander
poiM, a son.
Mrs. Ceo. Atwell is up from
Lawen under the care of a physi
cian.' The lady is reported quite
ill.
Mrs. Clarence Carey hah been
quite ill for some time at.d is
not much improved at this writing.
G. W. Clevenger can please
you la wall paper. The very
latest designs are on hand and a
variety never before equalled, tf
John Caldwell leaves today
for Southern California where he
goes for the benefit of his health.
He will be joined later by his
family.
J. A. Oard was in town Thurs
day to pay his taxes, renew his
subscription to this great reli
gious weekly and attend to other
business.
Mrs. G. W. Clevenger arrived
home Wednesday morning from
Prairie City where she had been
at the bed of her mother who
was quite ill.
Died -The infant child of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Skiens died at
the home on Sage Hen Tuesday
night from whooping cough.
The little one was buried Wed
nesday. The Vale paper states that J.
Nat. Hudson was in that town
recently. He used to roam some
around this country and is re
membered by many old time res
idents. He is now practicing
law in Boise.
Mrs. Grace Pardee left Thurs
day in company with Charley
Faulkner for Klamath county
where she goes to remain per
manently if her health improves
If it is not congenial to her
health she may go to California
K. C. Kggleston, the insurance
and real estate agent, has decided
to give ten per cent of all his
commissions on insurance and
real estate sales from March 15.
to May 1, to the building fund of
the Presbyterian church. See
his ad.
Thermometers for candy mak
ing will be on sale at the Raster
sale by the Presbyterian Indies'
Aid on March 22 on the corner
under lonawama. these are
very convenient and essential to
proper candy making and should
be in the kitchen of every house
wife who makes candy. They'll
be sola at just the same price '
that you can send for one.
Strayed - From Burns, 2 work
horses, one a dark bay branded
T 6 connected, the other a light
bay, one hind foot and one front
foot white, has brand but do
not know what it is. Each will
weigh about 1400 lbs. Will pay
any expense incurred for their
return to Burns or information
leading to their recovery. A. 0.
Skaterud. Burns, Oregon.
The benefit recital arranged by
Mrs. M. V. Dodge for Wm. Car
roll and heretofore advertised
for March 21, has been postponed
until Thursday, March 27th.
Her pupils will be assisted bv
pupils of Mrs. Rembold, Mrs.
McHose and Mrs. Gault and the
program is certain to be a pleas
ing one. It is now definite the
recital will be on the date named
at Tonawama.
' Died Monday, March 10th, at
the home of Mrs. Walter Cross
in this city, Samuel Roach, aged
74 years. Deceased had been
sick for some time and was
brought to this citv for medical
treatment about a month ago.
Deceased had been a resident of
this country for many years and
was atone time engaged in black
smithing business at Harney but
for about 20 years he had been
making his home on Trout Creek
where he had mining interests.
He also owned a homestead near
the mine and during the summer
season devoted much of his time
to raising vegetables. He has
besides this some personal pro
perty. Mr. Roach was a pecular
man and was persistent in his
quest for gold at the Trout Creek
mines. He was not married but
had a niece in England to whom
he left his property. She was
out on a visit to her uncle a few
years ago and tried to induce him
to return to England and make
his home but Mr. Roach prefered
to remain at the mines, promis
ing her when he struck the gold
he knew was there he would
come to her. The funeral was
held Wednesday afternoon from
the Baptist church, Rev. Cornel
ius Beebe conducting the service.
We have many big
friends among our small
depositors. Littleness
neve makes an account
unimportant in our esti
mation, and we cordially
invite small as well as
large accounts.
Harney County National Bank
YOUR HOME INSTITUTION"
J The Bank Of Good Service j
United Stat.t Depositary
for fott.i Savings
Depositary For The
State of Oregon
W. E. HUSTON
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Select Can Goods, Fancy Groceries, Dried
Fruits, Tobacco, Confectionary, Coal
OH, Feed, Grain and Produce
Special Inducements Given On Big Orders
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BRENTON & HICKS, Props.
Old and Nkw Patrons Will Find the Best Brands Here -
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Cpod Service, Courteous Treatment
DROP IN Main Street Burns, Oreeon
ANNOUNCEMENT
We wish to announce to
the public that we have pur
chased the entire hardware
stock belonging to the firm
of Geer & Cummins. We
will continue to conduct the
business at the same stand
and ask a continuance of
your valued patronage.
As a special inducement we give
10 per cent discount on all sales.
BURNS HARDWARE CO
Successors to Geer & Cummins
BURNS, OREGON
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