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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1915)
Hat The Larg eat Circulation Of Any
Nwpeier In Harney County.
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SATURDAY, AUGUST M. 111
"THE BLACK BOX."
Albert Oakarrnan wu In the
Meet me at the Burns Hotel.
That's the central place in town
Curley Potter is back from his
vacation trip to BlueMt Springs.
I still have some good golf
shirts at 3 for $1.00 I. Schwartz.
Dr. Griffith has returned from
a few days recreation in the
For bargains in stockmen'B
bed sheets and tents, go to J. C.
Welcome & Son's.
Mrs. R. J. Williams and her
son Edgar were over from their
Silver Creek home this week.
Furnished rooms with house
keeping privileges for one per
son. -Inquire at this office.
Mrs. Lee Thomburg and little1
daughter were down from the
mountain home the first of this
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR t $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Pis. Griffith & Saurman per
formed an operation on Mrs. Joe
Street Thursday morning and
the lady is reported recovering
Kodak films developed 10 cents
per roll, any size. Prints 5c each
AH orders of 2 dozen prints film
A. H. McLain,
Care of Sayer Studio.
Erank Julian arrived here from
California a few days ago and
has taken up his duties as Super
intendent of the P. L. S. Co. bus
iness in this territory. He suc
ceeds Mr. Gilcrest
Miss Litta Swearingen arrived
home Tuesday from her vacation
visit to her former home in Cal
ifornia. She also took in the
fair. The young lady had a
pleasant time and is now ready
for her school duties.
SECURITY. Our first consideration in the interest of
our depositors has been security -that it
why we have established such a large
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00, which
carries with it a further legal responsibility
of $60,000.00 covering stockholders liability
making in all a total responsibility upon
our part of $160,000.00.
SAFETY. Our next consideration is service. With
an adequate office force, with modern
equipment, with a disposition to please and
an ability to dispatch all banking matters
entrusted to us promptly and satisfactori
ly, we confidently lay claim to a service
that cannot be excelled within the limita
tions of safe and prudent banking.
First National Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $100,000.00
United States Depositary
Charles W. Ellis took his de
parture Wednesday by way of
Juntura for Kankakee, Illinois.
He took the bodies of his mother
and sister to that place for final
interment in the family lot. Mr.
of San Francisco, or may route
liv way of the Grand Canyon.
He will be home to attend the
October term of circuit court
Mrs. H. W. McHose cave an
We do job printing.
"THE BLACK BOX."
Cedar shingles for sale. - Wm.
Miss Eldora Hall is suffering
still have some good golf
shirts at 3 for $1.00 I.Schwartz.
S. N. Bolton, the warehouse
man at Riverside, was in the
city this week.
For bargains in stockmen's
bed sheets and tents, go to J. C.
Welcome & Son's.
Dr. Saurman was called to the
Joe Clark was in town this
Stop at the Burns Hotel when
in town. Best service.
Dave Miller has been in from
the farm for a few days.
Dry cleaning and pressing at
the Bums Steam Laundry. 4tf.
Carrol Cecil and son Homer
were over from Silver Creek dur
ing the week.
We do your mending and sew
on buttons, without extracharge.
See the Steam laundry about
fWi Ponli Thiirarlnv fnronniin tn
ohh mn who h,l hen now bu8V croP turning
kicked by a horse. He had some
We did not learn
Sunt. Hamilton wishes to an
nounce that the eighth grade ex
aminations will be held on Sept.
out as well or better than had
For Sale -Good second hand 3J
Studebaker wagon, also one work
horse. -Mrs. Will Gates at the
phi- h. , ,t Z hp ronJ2and 3 and asks all pupils who; Chas. Owen was down from
verv Ion but may return by way i contemplate takinsr the examin- Silvies last Monday renewing ac
Z.Z"? .'Nation to notify him at once. Uuaintancea and looking after
Win Gowan arrived home last
Sntimlav from a vacation visit, Mrs. Millet will take orders
over in Grant county. He was
accompanied on his return by
Mian Fni1 ("ll wlf'wld whn ll.lll
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enjoyable recital at the home or visitjnK with r.ativ(,s and , Dr Mjnnje ,, fa tfee cj
Itev. Mowers mm luesaayeven- . . Qmth &
There is ouite a serious forest ?furman n operation upon
fire raging at the mouth of Myr
tle Creek and forest rangers
have been in this city soliciting
me;i to go up and help fight it
The country is very dry and the
mountains have lota of campers
and hunters at the present time.
for the Palmer Garment Co., of
Chicago. Sample book now on
hand at the Schwartz store.
ing to an invited company. This
was in the nature of a farewell
tp her pupils aa she was leaving
for Nampa to take up musical
work. The lady had been a
music teacher in this city for the
past four years and her former
pupils and friends regret her departure.
I have just received my new line. The largest and
most complete ever shown in Bums. The celebrated
line manufactured by
The list following give, just a slight idea of the stock
Rust Proof Corsets
" Skeleton Waists
$1.25 to $3.50
The meriU of Warner Bros. Corsets
are too well known to require any
extended mention. This is simply
to let you know that the above men
tioned goods are here, and you are
cordially invited to come into the
store and inspect them,
- General Merchandise -
Ha-onlc Building, - - Burn, Oregon
Mrs. Sam Mothershead.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
A. Egli brought Charley Davis
over from his ranch near Wagon
tire last Saturday with a broken
shin, the result of a horse kick
J. E. Loggan, who has been at
the Hot Lake for treatment for
rheumatism, is expected home in
a few days, although the last re
port from him is to the effect that
he has not fully recovered.
J. G. Barwise, assistant sec
retary and treasurer of the Ore
gon & Western Colonization Co.,
was here the fore part of the
week making a tour and inspec
tion of the company holdings.
Mr. Barwise has headquarters at
St. Paul and this is his first trip
over the land holdins. Frank
Johnson had him in tow and took
him on over to Prineville.
Wm. Miller of La Grande and
A. C. Miller of Enterprise, broth
ers, spent Tuesday in this city
being en route home from Crater
Lake where they had been to the
big conclave of Knights of
Pythias. They report a glorious
time down there where there
were some 600 of the order as
sembled. The gentlemen are
old time friends of J. S. Cook of
this city, also of Principal Shirk
of the high school.
Married-Last Saturday at the
residenc of Rev. 8. L. Flowers,
Geo. L. Bevans and Miss Hazel
Cobb, Rev. flowers performing
the ceremony. Mr. Bevans has
been employed by A. B. Cooley
in his extension farm operations
with his big power plow. He is
well liked by his acquaintances
and is an exemplary young man.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Cobb and wm a
student in the high school of this
city for a time and is well known.
I still have some good golf
All kinds of grain deluding
wheat at Lunaburg Dalton & Co.
Coming soon the mysterious
"BLACK BOX" at the Levens
Rolled barley, wheat and oats
for sale at market prices. W. A.
Goodman's feed yard.
Chicken dinner Sunday at the
Overland 12 o'clock and also
from 5:30 in the evening.
Wiilinm.s Bros, have all kinds
of rough lumber for sale at their
mill 16 miles north of Hums on
the Can von ("itv ronti.
Mrs. A. K. Richardson and
Mrs. H. J. Hansen took their de
parture last Monday for Utah
where they go for an extended
visit with relatives and friends.
James Brandon was in for a
few days during the week seeing
that his wife and son were com
fortably domiciled in the city res
idence for the coming school year.
I. Schwartz and wife left Mon
day morning for Diamond
where they there will Bpend a
few days rusticating, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Smith.
C. E. Solomon, of Catlow Val
ley, who has been at the Cum
mins hospital for several days
under the care of physicians, has
sufficiently recovered to permit
his returning home.
Principal Shirk of the Harney
County High School is happy
today, his daughter, Miss Lois
and son Robert, arrived yester
day and they will keep house
during the coming school year.
Leonard IxKher expects to
leave at once for San Francisco
where he will be one of those in
charge of the Oregon Building
at the fair for a time before re
suming his studies at the 0. A.
Grover Jameson and family
Clifford Reed and family and
Marvin McGee and family arc
among those enjoying camp life
in the mountoins. They went
out last week but we failed to
Frank Whiting and family ex
pect to take their departure die
first of the coming month for
San Francisco where they will
spend a month taking in the fair.
They will make the trip in their
Ford car and are sure to enjoy
Wesley Welcome arrived home
Wednesday evening from Califor
nia where he had accompanied
his aunt. Mrs. Allen Jones, sev
eral weeks ago. He took in the
fair and had quite a time but de
sired to get home for school there
fore came on in advance of Mrs.
Mrs. H. W. McHose and child
ren took their departure Wednes
day for Nampa. Idaho, where
they expect to make their home.
We understand Mrs. McHose is
engaged to teach music in a
school of that city. The lady is
a very capable musician and her
friends in this city wish her suc
cess in her new field of labor.
J. L. Gault and wife arrived
home Saturday evening. They
came in by way of Juntura, hav
ing arranged with Jsmes Lamp-,
shire to meet them with a new'
Studebaker which Mr. Gault had
purchased. The Gaults had been I
visiting several points in this
state and Washington since Mr.
Gault went out the first of the
month. Mrs. Cault had been
absent since the latter part of
May, putting in most of the time
in Portland under good voice
tutors but later went to Tacoma,
Seattle and Spokanne in company
with her husband.
I!ii. mir i iff urc takef! ntlhe
A. S. Swain has been up from
the. ranch for a few days.
Harvester whlpH at J. C, Wel
come & Son's.
Miss Josephine Iicher is vis
iting with the Geo. Love family
in Agency Valley.
"Till-: lil.ACK BOX" made
the biggest run of any- serial
Paul Finke was down from hi
mountain home the first of the
First class fir buck teeth and
mower tongucsat the Burns Hard
J. T. (iarrett and family were
down from their mountain home
this week, having brought Mrs.
Lee Caldwell down after a de
lightful visit with them.
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gi I and n hideous hombteT
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In till:-, most remarkal 1o of nil
photoplays, you will no and
the fiiv i moving pictures
evci hown anywhere In. the
You'll be enthralled by ekchV
ini: thrills, by moo ath-
hii expectation, find lind the
supretnest satisfaction in every
HrinR your friends. Arrange a
night every weak to
see The Black Box
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A new. shipment of College
Tarns' at thn (Mintran Hat Shop.
Dun the Steam Laund
ry can be left ut the Capital and
and Star barber shops.
J. W. Vanderpool delivers ice
every other day to any part of
the city. Leave your order.
The Burns Steam laundry
gives special attention to parcel
PMt, Send us your laundry by
Onions, beets, carrots, cab
bage, in any quantity desired
either at my place or delivered
in Burns. Special nrices on larjre
orders. Amos Oldfield.
Tha Cam of L L Cantalou
The case of L. L. Cantelou,
Clarendon. Texas, is similaiMo
that of many others who have
used Chamberlain's Colic, Chole
ra and Diarrhoea Remedy. He
says, "After trying a doctor for
several months, and using differ
ent kinds of medicine for my
wife who had been troubled with
severe bowel complaint for sev
eral months, I bought a 26c bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. After
using the second bottle she was
entirely cured. " For Bale by all
Iiiinii Mil Nd. i:o
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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lliirm. Onion. A HKU.1 2, 11)19.
Nuilir la in'irlir firm tiiai ti.ij Northern
I'hi llli' HjillwHjr I uin,miiv. whole pot ullc
'I'll. -B UMt. I'H'II. MilMIMOM, li.lhl Jn.l clay
il Aiiiiim, mi.'i AlMlIn IhUofllio in apiillia
dun in tdlopt uii.lv . tin pri.vlalniiB nf tht act of
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Any ami all h raima rlalmlua advurfuly lli
lauila ddi'rlbeil, ar ilaalrlna to ntijart hocauar
if tliH Mlnrral rharartar of thr land, or ifii
othar rvaaou to Ilia tllcpoaal to appllrant.
ahoulil rlla ibalr affldaylla of nrotaal In thla
offl.-r, on ir haf.irfi I hi- JOOi 'lay ol Mptaui!ir ,
iv a KAaaa. Kvalitar.
Nolica of Final Satllamant.
Iii tin' County Cuurt of thu KUte of Or-
ton, for llauic) County.
In tlin wutler pf the ett of Mary A.
Ororgn, dntuuied .
Notice ia liiTiiliy ivin, tliat AiIhim !'.
ll. Oarage, the ailiuinlttrator of the
oainin of Mary A. (Jnorga, ileoenaad, ha
rrnilcroil and prewntd for ettlemenl,
anil filed In aiid court, lilt final account
of lilandniiniatraUon of atvid etUte, and a
IKjlitiou for the distribution thereof, to
gnther with a report thereof, and that
Monday, the 30th day of Aorail, IUIB,
at the hour of 10:110 o'clock in the fore
noon uf uiii dayTil the court-room ol
aid court, at tlie court-house in auid
county of ll.nii.v, State of Oregon, has
been filed by said court aa the time and
place for the settlement of said final ac
count, and iill objections thereUi, and
thr dintriliiitn.il of said estate, at liu li
time, and place any person iutereated in
aald estate may appear and file their
exccplioiia, in writlug, to said accouii1
and iliatrihution, and to contest the
This notice ol Dual settlement and dis
tribution is published In The 'I imoa
Herald, a newspaper of general circula
tion, published in Harney County, Ore
gon, by order of the Hon. II. ('. Levens,
County Judge of said county, made and
entered oo the 31st day of . uly, 1015,
and the first publication thereof is Aug
ust 7lh, IMS.
Ainu K. It Gmms,
Ailunniatrator ol llm Kslate of Mary A.
Safer Than Ever
Under the laws of the Federal Reserve
System, there are still the rigid examina
tions, the published reports of condition,
the double liability of stockholders, the
Capital and Surplus requirements, and all
the other safeguards under which the Har
ney County National Bank has operated
These national laws have made the
word -NATIONAL" in the Harney Coun
ty National Bank, mean "Safety in Bank
ing for all the People"
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
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. Murim. Oreguu, July 2h, I '1
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Shabby surfaces detract from the
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furniture or woodwork that are
marred, scratched or scuffed give
your home a shabby run-down ap
pearance. Make these varnished sur
faces bright and new with
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Water bags, nose bags
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Daily Until Soptoaibar 30 Raturn
Limit Octobsr 31. Chicago, Diract,
$72.50 Minneapolis, St. Pawl, Duluth
or Winnipeg! $$0. St. Louia $71.20,
New York $1 10.79. One way via Cal
ifornia, with stopover to see Exposi
tions, at slightly higher rates.
Paints and Oils
Implements of all kinds
in steck: Seeders, Plows,
Disc and Drag Harrows.
Binder Twine Barbed Wire
Nails, Doors, Windows, Roof
ing, Building Paper
Fishing Tackle, Guns. Ammunition
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Rail rate same without meal, and berth.
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