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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1914)
1914 MARCH 1914
WIT I F
Hat The Largest Circulation Of Any
Newspaper In Harney County.
SATURDAY. MARCH 7. 1U
"Doc" Cozad is in town.
Play it safe buy a Ford.
Supt. Hamilton and wife
registered at the French
Pickard China and Ubby cut
glass make beautiful and useful
R. H. Vickers was in from his
home in the south part of the
county during the week.
Finest alfalfa, timothy and red
top hay baled may he had at the
Goodman feed barn is south Burns
L. H. and A. P. McPhail were
in the city yesterday from their
home in the Buchanan section.
Timothy and clover seed for
sale at the White Front Barn,
Burns. -W. T. VanderVeor. I6tf.
It sDeakes to the heart through
the pocket-book. That's why
the Ford is a friend to thousands
the world over. 17.
R. J. Williams and wife were
in from their Silver Creek home
this week visiting their new
grandson at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Williams.
C. E. Kenyor returned yester
day from Portland where he had
been with a shipment of five cars
of the Ball & Kenyon cattle.
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A BANK OF
it. Ill H
flllM HAUUI1AL HAIVIfc
J of Burns
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000
United State Depositary
ACCOUNTS INVITED jjlj
N. II I
If you value your dollars
buy a Ford.
Otus Slzemore was in
Ask for Q brand hams, bacon,
shoulders and lard. 14tf.
Paul Finke is down from his
The Burns Hardware Co. has
onion sets. Get them earlv. v
We do job printing.
Read the Ford car ad.
Butterick patterns at Luna
burg, Dalton & Co. 52tf.
Break up that cold with Wei-
come's Cold Tablets.
I. L. Poujade was down from ;
his Cow Creek home the fore
part of the week on business.
For Sale or Trade for a stallion
of equal value, a first class young
Jack, Also 3 Gennies, Address
T. L Newell, Narrows, Ore.
Customer and other desiring u to j
MttU their taxes will Pieae .end ! Prestley and George Smyth
Tax Collector' statement of the amount ' j t u !. ,-i...
uiiu iv. 11. uiunu i 1 1 .um'mil.
those from a distance to attend
the P. P. P. dance last Saturday
Onion M'a at the Burns
Dry cleaning and pressing at
the Burns Steam Laundrv. 4tf.
Frank Cawlfield. of the Burns
Narrows stage, has been in town
for a few days.
Those desiring Chas. Wilson
butter should leave orders at the
Bums Department Store.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR SAFE." ACCOUNTS
due together with instruction for pay
meat of the same. FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF BURNS, OREGON.
Miss Clare Swain, who is the
main piece of machinery in this
shop, has been taking, a forced
rest at home for the past ten
days or more with a mild case of
The Clay Clemens sawmill is
now at its new location and is
prepared to fill any order with
rough or dressed lumber, also fir
lumber; buck teeth and any
OUT OF TOWN TAXPAYERS
The Harney County National
Bank will be pleated to attend
to the payment of your taxca
upon receipt of your instructions
A large amount of parcel post
mail that had accumulated at
Vale has been started in accord
ing to reports receivea nere.
Two four horse loads have been
special order given prompt at-1 started.
tention. 82. For Sale- Registered Clydes
W. L. Blott and Justice Patter-j dale stallion, George Chamber
son have moved their offices into lain, No. 11872, 10 years old,
the building formerly occupied , weight about 1900 lbs. An Al
by Walter Sullivan. Mr. Blott breeder and acclimated. Desire
had to vacate his office room in j another horse as I have a number
the post office building to give! of young mares of his get to breed
more room for that office since ; this year. Have also a stallion 2
the parcel post has increased to , years old this spring, sired by
such an extent that the present j George Chamberlain, and a num
quarters are inadequate. Mr. jber of work horses for sale.
Patterson moves up from the Call, write or 'phone, Chas. Wil
Jordan building. son, Burns, Oregon. 14tf.
GET MY PRICES
before buying elsewhere and
I carry a complete line of
LADIES aid GENTS WEAR
at the lowest possible cash prices
- General Merchandise -
masonic Building, - - Burns, Oregon
L. Woldenberg of the Blue Mt.
I Stage line is in the city looking
'after business. He reports the
roads in very bad condition.
B. P. Siler has good mahogany
i wood and hay, delivered to any
place in town. Phone him at
If your merchant doesn't carry
the Q brand of hams, bacon,
shoulders and lard 'phone your
orders to Chas. Wilson. lit f.
Fred Haines, the Harney mer
chant and also a director of the
Ontario National bank, was here
last Friday, returning from a
trip to Portland. Ontario Argus.
Miss Hazel Cozad came in
Thursday night from her home
at Canyon to spend a few weeks
with her sister, Mrs. Curtis
Smith, and other relatives and
Strayed or Stolen One bay
mare branded N E on left shoul
der, one brown mare branded
H I on left shoulder; both ani
mals gentle. Suitable reward
for information leading to their
recovery.- H. Eichner, Harney,
Judge Dalton Biggs returned
Monday morning from Portland
where he relieved one of the
circuit judges in the Portland
district in trying a number of
important cases. He also attend
ed the state irrigation congress
as one of the Malheur county
delegates. - Ontario Democrat.
Henry Eichner was
the first of this week.
E. C. Eggleston arrived home
yesterday from Malheur county.
Nyals Baby Cough Remedy for
baby's caugh at The Welcome
Mihh Ethel McGee ia home
from the Drewsey section where
she has been teaching.
Lem Lowe, the Harney saw
mill man, was a business visitor
to this city during the week.
JuBt remember this: Ford
quality is the big reason for
Ford popularity. 17.
W. R. Heck returned yester
day evening from a visit with
relatives down in the southern
Mrs. Geo. Ward is in this sec
tion from her home in North
Dakota on a visit to her parents
who reside near Lawen.
People are forbidden from tres
passing on the south half of
section 13, township 23, range
30. John Seethoff. 17tf.
After quite an interval Tona
wama patrons will appreciate the
pictures again. Programs both
tonight and tomorrow night.
To Trade -House and lot in
Spokane for tract of land near
Burns or Burns or Burns proper
ty. See Thompson St Deegan.
W. F. Hissner is again in Burns
looking after his business inter
ests. He and Mrs. Hissner spent
the winter in southern California.
He was accompanied in by E. 1).
C. H. Leonard has purchased
the I. S. Geer residence in this
city and the family will move in
shortly, i his is one or the very
desirable homes in Burns and a
very attractive place.
For Sale A complete and up
to date sawmill outfit which con
sists of a 50 horse Russell engine
and boiler, a heavy Russell double
mill with gang edger, cutoff rig,
saws, belting and shafting. Can
be had at a bargain if taken
soon. Reasonable terms can be
had on a portion of the purchase
price if vanted. Address A- L.
M. Care Times-Herald, Burns,
D. M. McDade, who has been
teaching school over in the
Happy Valley section, came in
Thursday. His school is not yet
completed for the term but he
had some business here to trans
act and took a short vacation.
D. H. Smyth and Claud Smyth
and wife also came over at the
Austin Goodman is ready to
grind grain and has a building
in which it may be stored by
farmers at aiy time. He will
grind one day each week and
farmers may store their grain
any day and get it when con
venient. He is prepared to take
grain as pay for grinding at the
market price. Special price on
large quantities, 44tf.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
SI 00.000. THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR MM SAFE." ACCOUNTS
A basket ball team from Harney
came over yesterday and played
a game with the high school team
at the public school gymnasium
last night which resulted in a
victory for the home team. After
the game the young people en
joyed a dance at Tonawama.
John M. Thompson of the real
estate firm of Thompson &
Deegan left the fore part of the
week for Portland and other
points. He will purchase an auto
for the firm and also office furni
ture. He will be absent for a
short time only.
Estrayed- One red and white
muley cow branded a script fig
ure four or an oar lock on right
side came to my place jn Drewsey
about three weeks ago. Owner
please come prove property, and
pay charges and for this adv.
F. J. Upton.
Walter Sullivan received a
telegram this week announcing
the death of his father at the
family home in Freeport, Illinois.
Deceased was 89 years of age
and is survived by his widow.
Walter has the sympathy of
many friends in this section.
We do job printing.
Adam George is in th city.
Donald Jokisch 1h up from
Thermos bottles at the Wel
Thos. Mutton was in the city
Saturday of last week.
Mrs. Ollio Darsey has taken
charge of the Oregon hotel.
It doesn't pay to "holler"
about "boiler plate" after all.
A. Dunn will deliver you wood
at any time, having good mahog
any or pine. Otf.
F. Crowley was among our
visitors from Lawen during the
For Sale One Sawmill com
plete, with logging Sleds and
Trucks, with or without timber,
for terms see H. M. Horton.
Dr. Geo. G. Carl is prepared
for special attention to all dis
eases of eye, ear and nose. Eyes
tested and glasses fitted. 60tf.
Mrs. John Schcnk will give
lessons in Irish Crochet every
Thursday afternoon at her home
in Burns. 4 .
C. A. Haines and wife came
in from Portland Thursday night
making the trip from Bend in
the Collins car. Mr. Haines had
been at Hot Lake for treatment
for rheumatism and they extend
ed their visit to Portland to see
their daughter who is attending
Hood River has decided to
organize a co-operative creamery.
Two thousand dollars of the
$5,000 of stock voted has already
been taken and 276 cows have
been signed up. It is estimated
that 400 cows will be sufficient to
make the proposition pay, and
no difficulty in getting this num
ber is anticipated.
John Seethoff returned some
time ago from North Dakota
where he had been on business
since last fall but has been con
fined to his home until this week
with rheumatism. He informs
The Times Herald that hia sons
are going to Metolius as soon as
weather conditions warrant and
will establish a flour mill there.
Mr. Seethoff Sr. will remain here
and develop his farm land ad
joining this city.
Far County Cleric.
I hereby announce my can
didacy for county clerk, subject
to the decision of the democratic
voters at the primaries on May 15.
J. 0. Cawlfield.
For County I'rearurer
i nereny announce rnywll a
andldate Tor nomination for
county treasurer, subject to tht
decision of the republican voters
at the primary election on May
15th. If nominated and elected
1 expect to devote mv time and
energies to the duties of the
office and to cotiduct it with the
same care and impartiality which
I have applied to it in the past.
R. A. Mii.i.i:ii.
For County Judge.
I hereby announce my can
didacy for the nomination of
County Judge of Harney County,
subject to the decision of the re
publican voters at the primary
to be held May 15, 1914. I stand
for a fair, impartial, economic
J. L. Sit.,
We believe many women do not patron
ize banks because they do not understand
how banking is transacted and that a bank
it principally a place for men.
As a matter of fact a women needs the
services of a bank just as much as a man.
This bank has among its customers a large
number of women who thoroughly appre
ciate its efforts to assist them in the trans
action of their banking business, and no
woman need hesitate to avail herself of our
We are always pleased to explain the
few simple matters regarding the proper
keeping of a bank account
For County Judge.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for County Judge of
Harney County, subject to the
decision of the democratic voters
at the primaries on May 15, 1914.
J. R. Jenkins.
16 Happy Valley.
In compliance with the request
of friends, I hereby announce
my candidacy for the office of
Sheriff of Harney County, sub
ject to the decision of the repub
lican electors at the primary,
May 15th, 1914. If elected, I
pledge myself to conduct the af
fairs of the office, faithfully and
according to law, and to collect
and turn over all funds belonging
to the County promptly.
Hitf Tom Si'racuk.
The announcemen of R. A.
Miller as a candidate to succeed
himself as county treasurer,
appears in the candidate column.
Henan has been in that office
before and needs no introduction
to the voters. His record is ooen
for all to see.
Hon. A. W. Gowan, Assessor
Donegan, C. H. Leonard, C. M.
Faulkner and Mrs. Chea. Dalton
and little son were passengers in
from Bend Saturday night. All
had been to Portland, Assessor
Donegan extending his visit to
Southern Oregon points and Mr.
Leonard going to Reno, Nevada
where he had some legal matters.
The announcement of J. L.
Sitz as a candidate for county
judge appears in this issue. Mr.
Sitz has been a resident of this
county for many years and is
one of the substantial men of his
community. He has represented
this district in the legislature
and has been found a conserva
tive business man in all his under
takings. He would make a good
New Books Received at
The Public Library
Dr. Elizabeth Ellis, librarian,
announces the following new
books just placed in the public
Music -How it came to be what
it is Smith.
Evolution Gedder and Thomson
Story-telling in School and Home
An American Anthology Sted-
A collection of American poetary
from 1787 to 1900.
The Reader! Hand Book
Oregon Historical Quarterly
Harvey W. Scott's, memorial
A Fool and His Money -
The Honorable Mr. Lawnish
Westways, Dr. Mitchell.
The Light of Western Stars
Van Clove, Watts.
Bendish, A study in Prodigality
The Return of Peter Grimm
(Novelized from the drama.)
Puddin'head Wilson Twain
The Girl From Arizona Rhoades
The Secret Garden-Burnett.
With Let in . Virginia -Henty.
With Clive in India Henty.
A Certain Rich Man- White.
(Donated by Mr. C. A Hawley)
For County Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself as
candidate for Sheriff of Harney
county subject to the decision of
the Republican voters at the pri
mary May 15, 1914. If elected I
pledge myself to be satisfied with
the regular salary $2400 a vear;
without the expenses as allowed
by the last legislature which will
be a saving of $600 a year to the
taxpayers of Harney County.
14tf Harney, Oregon.
For County Clerk.
At the solicitation and with
encouragement of a large num
ber of friends, I have decided to
become a candidate for County
Clerk of Harney county, subject
to the decision of the denvKrutic
"oters at the primary May 15,
Wm. M. CABSOLL,
13tf Callow Valley
The Burns Hospital
MRS. ETTA CUMMINS. Prop.
Best Surgical Room and Equipment
In the State Outside of Portland.
Nice Rooms, Good Care and Com
fort for Patients-Reasonable Terms
Graduated Nurse in Charge
Chamberlain's Tablets for Constipation.
For constipation, Chamberlain's
Tablets are excellent. Easy to
take, mild and gentle in effect.
Give them u trial. For sale by
f The Q Brand"1
Stands for quality In
Ham. Bacon. Shoulders, Lard
If you want quality ask your merchant for
the Q brand stamped on the skin
The mild, sweet cure packed by the Geo. W.
Young process. If your dealer does not
handle it 'phone Chas. Wilson.
We have a big supply of wire
any heighth desired and at
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The Mothers' Favorite.
A cough medicine for children
should be harmless. It should
be pleasant to take. It should
be effectual. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is all of this and
is the mothers' favorite every
where. For sale bv all dealers.
BURNS FLOUR MILLING CO.
Prices at Mill for preducts:
Flour $5.50 in 5-bbl. lot or more.
Bran 91.25 per hundred.
Rolling barley 92.00 per ton in ton lots
or mors. Customers in all cases to
Until further notice the following Cash
Prices will prevail in selling meats:
Hogs, whole or half, lie. per lb.
Choice pork steaks, ISc. per lb.
" " loin, 20c.
Whole pork shoulder 12 l-2c
Leg of pork, ISc.
Front quarter mutton, 10c.
Hind quarter mutton, 12 l-2c.
Choice mutton for stew, 8c.
Mutton chops, ISc.
Hind quarter beef, 13c.
Front quarter beef, He.
Beef all cuts at reasonable prices.
The intention of the Company is at all
times to pay the best prices and sell on
closest margin consistent with good busi
II. KLLIOTT, I'rop.
Horses Boarded by the
Day, Week or Month
Good Feed and
Horse 26c pr Head in Hani
Baled Hay and Urain for Sale
Comfortable Camp House
With Cook Stove
PATRONAGE SOLICITED ;
Tortois Shell Auto Glasses
Accurat Hay and Stock Snl.
Price for weighing; 20c.
South Main St., Hum.
Don't neglect to order farming
implements until you need 'em.
Come and talk to us now im
mense stock for you to inspect.
We have handsome sets
in China, also porcelain
beautiful glassware, ta
ble cuttlery, silverware
granlteware, etc., etc.
Paints and Oils
Sleds and Wagons
Skates, Small Bore
Rifles, Shot Guns,
Ammunition for all
size guns, Tinware, L
Onion Sets, Seeds
BURNS HARDWARE CO. I
NEIL SMITH, Manager I