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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1914)
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The Larf.at Circulation Of Any
New.paper In Harney County.
SATURDAY. AUGUST a. 1M
John Hoss was in the city the
st of the week.
Don't make a mistake let
Iney the old time painter do
lie work as he is known to be on
A card to this office announces
lie birth of a son to Mr. and
Irs. Roswald Hamilton on July
iat Aberdeen. Washington.
THE 'FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
JRNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
fOUR $ 1 t $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Frank Thomnsnn has hann in !
wn this week consulting a phy-
Ician, he having hurt himself in
tie harvest. It is not serious,
The Bachelor's friend is The
lurns Steam Laundry for they
t only Laundry but sew on
buttons, and do mentinjr without
ttra charge. 39-41
Mrs. S. M. Brown and daugh-
er, miss upai, tooK tneir oepar-
ire this week for Seattle and
lints along the coast to be ab-
ent an indefinite time.
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III Unna rrmmw
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To our Customers
and the Public :-
Acting under instruc
tions of the Comptroller of
the Currency, the undersigned
banks will, on and after July
27th. 1914. ODen at 9 o'clock
A. Ma, and close at 3 o'clock
Pa M. each day, and no busi
ness will be transacted with
the public outside of these
Harney County National Bank,
By Leon M. Brown, Cashier
First National Bank,
By J. L.. Gault, Cashier
Dr. Harris was in from Nar
rows the fore part of the week.
Dry cleaning and pressing at
Judge Tonuwon has bwn
the city this week.
Nollie Reed unl wife arrived
home last night from their hon
eymoon trip to hm coast, ana the Bums Steam Laundry.
J. S. Magladry, a Eugene real
Ixt Rodney Dav.s do vourlC8tate . haying
painting-he is the man who has iaccomnani4ld R A r.. in on
bid ricinity to attend the funer-, been on the job a long time and j njs camDajOT tour.
I of the late J. W. Simpson! you know he'll do it right.
., , , , . .. mrs. miliar announces mat an
rere R. L. Haas and wife, Ceo. fj. E Wilkinson of Eugene, is a u :,,: ,. A
pawlfield, Scott Haley and Mrs. h,to arrival in this section for the t thia time See tnem at the
tallefaro. uuruose of makinir his permanent 0..1 . .
, . . ni'iiwaru snurr.
Among those up from Narrows
Fred Welch and J. E. Jenkins,
home. He has located on land
in the vicinity of Voltage.
I. S Tvli-r waa in town llw
rfao had purchased a large num- vicimiy oi voiu.rv. - "- -- --- - -
tr of stock in this section re-! The J. L. Lowe sawmill, for- crot)8 U(Ma ,iown his wav He
ently are here tor the purpose morly the Bunyard mill, above ia i,Q ;n ihn fiM
M receiving them and starting Harney, has a complete stock' , , .,
fiem out about the 15th. 'of rouirh anil dressed lumber. ibkbiio cnances wiui iwim-
Lu , i.i:. . ..! er you don t know let Rodney
Judw Wm. Miller and wife ar-"' "T. "'"? "V. Davis do your painting paper
m . iii iii i i iv iimiii i iiir nisn - -
ived home Saturday evening , - - hanttimr. decoratinir. etc.
f.,, o rv P-tlorwl Mio oruera. M.uiAma. iu
'"'"" "if iu vi kianu. ........ - MI.-1 -. Ci: ...W ..
i4?nesand Lulu spent the time I J. F. Mahon and wife and "; '""' "'. w
i th. Tni; Kino .ml lk.;r nan. ! Ilnrrv rrv wn in thu iilv viw. .niijr ihiiiii.i-.iu wc '""'"""
Bl Is! IV. Utll IIWII.. iV UIVll '.1 t - a . .. a j - . . . j Bej a., v.a-w . j j -.
Wits came by and brought them , terday, the gentlemen were here
We do job printing.
You're going to Tonawama.
Mrs. Joe Clark was in town
Peter Davis was in the city
George and Tom Raycraft have
been in the city for a fey days.
All millinery at greatly reduc
ed prices at Clingan's Millinery
Dick Smith has been over from
the Steens Mountain section this
Rev. Dr. Babbidge and wife
are up from their Valley View
Tom and Mrs. Allen have been
in from the P Ranch for a few
days thia week.
W. U. Scott has been in the
city for several days looking
after business interests.
Harry Williams, Frank Foster
and Miss Marie Beach came over
from Silver Creek yesterday.
A. Egli and family and Ed
and Wife and little daughter are
over from their Wagontire home.
Miss Mary Croxton is in the
city to take a position for the
present at the Cummins hospital.
The Oregon & Western Coloni
zation Co. has 16 head of horses
for sale or trade. Call at the
C. B. McConnell writes from
Portland that he will be at home
sometime about the middle of
The Rev. Dr. Babbidge will
preach at the Nazarene Church
both morning and evening, to
morrow, Sunday, August !).
W. H. Robins and Chas. Miller
came over from Crow I amp
Monday to attend the meeting
of the stockholders of the Flour
Rev. Dr. Benson writes he will
be home and ready to hold ser
vices in the Presbyterian church
on Sunday, Aug. 1G. Mrs. Ben
son accompanies him home.
Mrs. M. V.Dodge gave a de
lightful picnic party to a number
of her music pupils and invited
friends Wednesday afternoon.
They all went bathing and later
had a picnic dinner in the I indue
Wheat for sale. C. W. Clev
Rolled barley, wheat and oats
for sale at market prices. W. A.
Goodman's feed yard.
Mares and Gelding's for sale or
trade for cattle. Address or
phone Iee Caldwell.
Tobacco and Cigar Salesmen
wanted to Advertise. Experien
ce unnecessary. $100 monthty
and traveling expenses. Adver
tiso Smoking. Chewing Tobacco,
Cigarettes. Cigars. Send 2 cent
stamp for full particulars.
HUM FT TOBACCO CO.,
:h;-1 New York. N. Y.
FOUR REEL PROGRAM
A Strong Two-Red Fettare
Mike and Jake Join the Army
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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T. C. Albritton fell from the
sf of a cellar at Albritton late
property she has been residing
inmKnHm..ii:nff,.rihp,!min. '" ' having considerate im-
cratic central committee and Mr. Pavements made.
Mahon was elected state commit
teeman from this county.
yesterday evening and was quite
eriously hurt. He was on the j Dr. W. C. Brown and family
roof and stepped back, being j and Miss Maude Simmons took
nearer the edge than he thought j their departure Monday for an
ind he fell striking on his head. . extended visit to Willamette
le was rendered unconscious and Valley and coasts points. They
vas still in that condition this will be absent some three weeks
norning. Dr. Standard went 'or more, spending a short time
from here in company with Chas. in Portland, visiting Dr. Hrown's
Jhn and Dr. Denman and Dr. relatives in Polk county and a
land were both there. It is sojourn at the seaside. 1 hey go
feared concussion of the brain to have a good rest and see the
ias resulted and his complete sights therefore are sure to en-
recovery is problematical. I joy it.
GET MY PRICES
before buying elsewhere and
I carry a complete line of
LADIES and GENTS WEAR
at the lowest possible cash prices
- General Merchandise -
laconic Building-, - Burns, Oregon
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Ira Mahon and wife were down
from Cow Creek Monday, Ira
coming down to attend the an
nual meeting of the Flour Mill
ing Co., he being a stockholder.
II. F. Huntly and wife were in
from their Valley View home
yesterday. Mrs. Huntley was
preparing to take her departure
for outside points for an extend
P. J. Gallagher was over from
Juntura during the week in the
interest of the proposed new
county of Davis. He was circu
lating among the people at the
picnic Sunday and showing a
blue print of the proposed boun
Frank Whitney, a postal in
spector, was here for a short
time looking after the letting of
a new contract to carry the mail
between Burns and Juntura. He
conferred with some local people
and it is believed a contract will
be let in the immediate future.
K. J. McKinnon & Son the pre
sent contractors, and L. Wolden
berg have each but in bids we
..." ; :. . .. s
w. u McKinney and wire and
little son arrived here the first of
this week to spend s few days
with relatives and friends. They
are at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ci F. McKinney but will spend a
portion of the time in the moun
tains. This is their first trip to
Burns for four years and natur
ally they find considerable im
provements and changes since
their last visit. Mrs McKinney
was formerly Mabel Oowan.
R. J. McKinnon and wife and
two youngest children, Mrs. Lin
ton and Gwendolin Lampshire
took their departure Tuesday far
Eugene, going over the moun
tains in Mr. McKinnon's Stude
baker car with Roy Moullen as
driver. Mrs. Linton and little
grand daughter will remanin all
winter, Mrs. McKinnon and
children will remain for an inde
finite time while Bob and Roy
expect to return in about ten
Homer Reed and wife and
little daughter left Thursday
morning for a visit with Ches.
Smith and wife at Winnemucca.
JTheygo over land in their auto
and expect to be absent several
To those interested we are
pleased to announce that we are
restocking in Edison phonograph
goods. We have just received a
large shipment of Blue Amberal
Records. All wax records re
duced in price. Lunaburg, Dal
In case impending hostilities
assume the proportions that is
indicated in Europe it is said that
America will have to supply the
foodstuffs. That may lead to
difficulty for this country as it
may be regarded as an act that
doesnot conform to neutrality to
supply a belligerent country with
the sinews of war. Japan, an
ally of England, might object to
the landing of American goods
in German ports. It will present
a situation in this country that
will call for the rarest and finest
exercise of statesmanship.- Blue
An exchange that has been
figuring on the hard times has
come to the conclusion that they
are caused by the fact that most
people buy more than tin y pro
duce. It says: "We let our
timber rot and buy fencing; we
throw away our ashes and buy
soap; we give away our hides and
buy rope; we raise dogs and buy
hogs; we let our manure go to
waste and buy guano; we grow
weeds and buy vegetables and
brooms; we catch 5 cent fish with
a $4 rod; we build school houseB
and send our children olf to
be educted; and lastly we send
our boys out with a $40 gun and
a $10 dog to hunt for 10 cent
Usual Prices, 16 25c.
"The Female of the Species"
Big Two-Reel Feature- A Winner
"The Game That Failed"
Usual Four-Reel Prices
IS and 25 Cento
Estimate faraUhed oa aa-
pllralloa. Mam plea saown.
GIVE HIM A CHANCE
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NOTICE I'mH PUBLIQATION
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NOTICE F()K PUBLICATION.
IMIKH -I ill I.ASDtifriCK,
Burnt, On gnu, Jul) h, i -i I
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ol Hums Onsfu
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FOR YOUR VALUABLES
IT in more of a task to keep than to
acquire harder io maintain than
attain. Etcrcal vigilance in the Price
of Safety. Impregnable, time-locked,
fire and burglar proof steel vaults guard
your valuables night and day here.
TTHE smallest safety box we rent is as
strongly protected as the one ten
times its size at ten times the yearly
cost. And no one can reach its con
tents but yotmelf.
At our mini in ii in prtet of ' $2.50
n year for u wife dtpotti box,
the tumrag peraon findn mifi-
riint room (or tin lliilujH most
Harney County National Rank
"Tour Ilonu- Institution"
Free Canadian Honesteada.
Why nay $60.00 to be located.
We give you full information
where the best landu are in
Western Canada and British
Columbia that are clone to rail
road and town; name of Kuide on
the ground; full directions to get
inuim and platts free; how to
get homeseekera tickets every
thing you need to know and lo
cate yourself, all tor $3.00.
Kemit amount by P. O. order
and we will Bend you the com
plete information at once. The
Canadian Homestead Company,
73-6th St., Portland, Oregon.
For reference: The Farm Maga
zine Company, 411 Panaman
Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
NOTIUB FOR PUBLICATION.
IINITMIBTATKH I.ANIIOKKII I. I
Hiw up.. I ii. too. Jul) 11, 1,11 i ,
NoMoc Is buriliy gtvn that Prtd 0. Tlioin, ol
I.Hi'i',"M'i;"ii rt li..,ouK.'(il.ioU m, 1V1U, mailr
I, -u a. I Knlry. .i 1111. lor sw ' SitiIou
H, luwunli .'I rl , ItaiiKa' akj . Wlllami-llr
Mvrlillao, baa llli-il null' i' ol lutaulloli to loakt
Una, tlirov ear l'i. k)I, to aatablllb claim lo tb
laii'l aUova ilat.-rll.ai1, bafofa H.'Klat.T and K-ri-,v.
r, at IturiiN, orafon, on tha Kb day ol
-I ilrui'.i r, U.
. la, in. ui Daiiioa aa witnaaaaa:
liaorga Uryuliig. Arthur A. Haaodera. K K.
i ail- r. II. M Kdwanla, all ol la wru. Oregon.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UMTKh HTATKH LAND OKKU'K.
Munis, OrOfMt July If, 1'iU
Nt.i h v Is hrrciijr ftlveo ibat (.form' hryuliiK
ill Imii'l', Itii'BJtilt WHO Oil AllgUSl, .K), I Ml
mail." IIkiiii ltt-s.it f.nli
tli.n j:i. I. .mm. shin HH
MrrhtUli. line IIU'.l
make fliml thrt'O yettr urottl. to eatebllsh t-lstm
to the UiideUAt itrst rllietl, Iwlora HriflsUir
end i;..i'iir. st Burns, Ort'fou, on tne 4th
.lay ol ,.."".. I'H l
( isimaui nsmvs wltnvwei
Ki -i (. Mi. mi. a M bur A. Hnnlrs, Arthur H
Whltnt-y. Allium. I' Harrsfl, nit of I a n.
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NOTICE KOK PUBLICATION,
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1911, mail. Il.iiu- , :,-.
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twlore i lo d. rinau, I ui , u
at Kile. Oregoo, on lh
(lalinaiit namosaa Rllm
. Hotisiii i ouklluv, John M Kat hlu,
PftaMot k. ivni ygo, all .1 Mi.-, urvjroti
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THE WHITE FRONT
FEED AND SALE
Hay and Grain for Sale at
Pricis. Good Hay in Stack
Bums-Vale Stage Line
Connovtinn- Made With Trains East,
h Juntura ami Vale. Careful Attcn-
I Prompt Delivery of Express and
Entrusted to Our Care.
McKinnon & Son
BURNS, - OREGON
Guaranteed 7,500 Miles
Implements of all kinds
in steck: Seeders, Plows,
Disc and Drag Harrows.
Binder Twine Barbed Wire
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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lliirna, iiriKiin. Augua. U, I'll i
Nutliiila liarali) alvan that William lllracli,
liriitliacaiilliiliil mini. HlrMb, ilvrvaaad.
nl Itih y.llri'iiiin, wtiu. uli Augua! i.1. I0v, inaitv
lluinailaad Vuliy, Nu i;j. fur H'.KK1,.
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UNlTKIlHTATIa I.ANIl ll.nrl I
liurua, uragou July nu. III! I
Nulloa II liiTrliy ulii'ii thai, aa illrtu-tod by
ill. i iiiiiitili.iiiuit'1 ..I iho tluuaral Land tilflra.
ulidar uroylaiona ul Act ol I'ougraaa apuruvoil
Juiii' 27, iwuti l;ll Hlala , M7 iurauan. to tuc ai
I'll, nl hill ill h)Ui'Bliii Hlnllli.H.'ilal Nu.OTIIW. Ki
ll III oltal al I'Ulilli aala In III.' IiIiiIiikI IiIiIiI. i ,
liutal in il I. iliau I-'iki ii'i ai'ia. at IOi.'i I." k
A. M . on Hm .Hud day uf Heitainliar, lull, al
i lua ..Hm . . li.- lul low Ilia trait ol laud.
NWi.HUA,. NVI'.Nh',, ICUNWW, mir. JX.'V.
JH ,11 ItfK. W 11.
Tlila trail la unlariid Into (lie market on a
alumina that iliu anatrr Mrtluii ttiaraol la
I 'Nl " I I ii 1 11 III 100 rilllKll I . ' I l lllllVMll.li
Any I'i'ianna i laiiulna advuraely tlm abovu
iliai 1 1 In-' I lam) am ad viand tu Ilia ttitdr I'laluia,
in niiji i ilona. nu or hi'luri Ida lima dualanaiaii
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I'm Mnriiaaaiinii, Kauaiver.
NOTIOI KOK I'UBIJCATION
lrtlll.Alk.il IKAll rtllll.lt: I ANII HAI.K
I'm ran SiAiaa I.ahu tirni a.
liurua, Urafou, July M, mil
Null, i-la Ihti hy iilvrii thal.ai illrartadb)
Ilia roiiiiulanluiit'r ol l'ia iluuaial Land iiltlii'
iiuiti i 1'niviiii'ii" ..I Avtof t'ouuriiaa a)niiiril
In nn ii, IMKl l;u Hlala . .-. 1 7 J . iiutaliant In thu ap-
pill aiii'ii ol lluaa Hlugvr. rlarlal No. 07I4W.
will Oftoi at .iili!li' aah-. lu .In. hlghaat hlililar,
hut at not luu i han li no per ai'ra, at lu u'l'liuk
A. M , I'll .hi' .'iinl day ol Hepleiuuer, 1UH, al
i l.la nltlre. the l.illiivtliiK trai'l of laud
Ni,Hr.'v Hm I. 1 JU H . II, 30 K.. W. M
una tra. I la uriliieil llilu market un
lallioua oi loo ruuitu for t-ultlval tin.
Any I'l'ianii ilaluiliia advuraely llir alKJVu
ik that lite anielni ihiiiIuu lltereuf la lunlin
llioui oi too ruugb
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inili'a)i' kiiui. ntli f. Ml tin taltj ul ii
price I'M'u I.- - loan Ursa ul ortliuar)
giiaiaiilt'u. litis guaranli . covrra
punclurea, bluw-oula .tint gsner&l Mi'iir.
liuiirauti'ii sovuri r,80IJ uilleaj.aerviea
ngainat i'vit) lliin, I'Mi'i'i abuse. Thea.
tlrcH uro uii.ii'li-l in hi i ! eevtre t.'i-vice.
Orders hutr Ihiii rt't-t-lveal lor
Paints and Oils
vaiuca tw v v- men s muni ivr a y v m T e a -a.. a
tV?ZTs:zi':t'ultes,trH Nails, Doors, Windows, Roof
ing, Building Paper
Aa a Bl'BCI l IN. KOIUIOTORI
offer, Ufa vi ill alli.H tin lullowlog prlct
luu Hm BMl I'H '
'inn i ui, i'
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eent olra Q pei tint ,ii eoitnl h .i
went in lull in i'iiiiti.iiiii'N unit i nu. I ii
two are ao OltUraU, '-li lpilg '
will be ni nil l'i it i '. ( i. 1 1 uu I i pi i
cent ul uiiti-iiiii "i -I.. 'u .ui inn
la HiiiiU'tl, hi we auuui1'1 aajrly ovdariai
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the uilvailtliunol n I in u I-1 1 n. .i . ; ' - ; i.itr-
NON-l'i 'Ninriii: i;i-.i i -IIhu
uiir tiiiiiuiif iiliiii-t . they I'liini
natc liluw uin- itul IX) i" i oiil i puui
turna Imlljlll l'i. in,: iiitiny Un
more mllna muiv in to einli Mrs. Winn
in yiiur Im - i iu- williuitl uiiin "i
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tor all -tiiii'li Im.
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Kor all fi nii'li iih'm - S 'in
Kor all 6' ., unit in. I - S.OO
NONPUNITUKE TIRE FACTORY
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Fishing Tackle, (Jims, Ammunition
Touts, Water Hags, Etc.
NEW DISHES, (iRANITEWARE
BURNS HARDWARE CO. I
NEIL SMITH, Manager I