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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1915)
Mm Ths I arsaat Circulation Of An
Nrwipapar In Homey County,
SATURDAY. SEPTKMBU 4. Kit
"THE BLACK HOX."
Sid Comtgjn was over from
Diamond this week.
W. T. VunderVeer was in the
c t on business this week.
Moot me at the Burns Hotel.
That a the central place in town
H. J. Kalisky, the hardware
drummer, was in town this week.
1 still have some jfood golf
shirts at :i for $1.00 I. Schwartz.
llalph Irving was RreetitiK his
olil time friends in this city dur
ii',.: the wook.
For biHKains in stockmen's
bed sheeti and tents, sro to .1. C.
elcome A Son's.
Al Cote and family were in
from their home in the Warm
Spring Valley during the wook.
Furnished rooms with housc
keeping privileges for one per
son. Impure at this office.
IMF. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
Rl'RNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
1 OUR $ $ $ $ SAFE.- ACCOUNTS
A. K. Richardson has returned
from Portland with a new Buick
car which he has been demon
strating. It is a late model and
a fine caa.
.!. V. Buchanan and family,
Sam Tetherow and family andj
SuDt. Hamilton and family are
back from their camping trip at,
Myrtle park. They basrged
some deer and had a uood time.
JudRe Grant Thompson and
wife and Chester Dalton and
family loft Wednesday for San
Francisco to take in the fair.
The party are making the trip in
a Dodge car and were equipped
for camping if necessary.
Married - Monday, at the Naz
arene parsonage, Frank Marshall
and Miss May Goodwin, Rev, S.
L Flowers performing the cere
mony. These young people are
residents of the Narrows neigh
hood where they will make their
home. The Times-Herald wishes
thorn every happiness.
J. W. Walker, who has ben
Our first consideration in the interest of
our depositors has been security -that is
why we have established such a large
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00, which
carries with it a further legal responsibility
of $50,000.00 covering stockholders liability
making in all a total responsibility upon
our part of $160,000.00.
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 State Depositary
We do job printing.
"IBB BLACK BOX."
Cedar shingles for sale. Win.
Chas. Davis was a businoss
visitor the first of the week.
I still have some good golf
shirts at .1 for $1.00 I. Schwartz.
C. F. MeKinnoy is home from
an outing in the Steens Moun
For bargains in stockmen's
bod sheets and tents, no to .1. C
Welcome & Son's.
W. H. Kydd was over from the
Wagontire section last Monday
making proof on his land. He
was assisted by Wm. Borgett
and Peter Petersen.
an inmate of the Cummins hos
pital for some time is able to re- Mrs. I. Schwartz took her do
turn to his home near Van. Mr. parture this morning for Fort
Walker asked the Times-Herald land where she gOM to consult a
to express his appreciation of specialist on account of her
his treatment while at this insf- health. Her condition is not M-
tution. He says Mrs. Cummins rious but is peculiar and requires NVited
is a most accommodating lauy aim me wwuuun ui vvwetausat.
takes an interest in her patients. . 1rincipal Snirk of the Harncy
Mrs G. A. Rembold returned ; County High School has appli
home this week from her vara-1 cations from boys and girls fr..m
tion visit and is enjoying the th country who desire places to
best of health. During her ab- stay during the school year.
nee she visited the big fair at This should appeal to those
County court has been is ses
sion since Wednesday.
Stop at the Burns Hotel when
in town. Best service.
.lease Vickers was down from
hia farm Thursday.
For Sale - Good second hand 3 J
Studebaker wagon, also one work
horse. - Mrs. Will Gates at the
The Presbyterian ladies aid
will meet at the home of the pre
sident. Mrs. John Gemberling on
Wednesday, Sept 15.
Mrs. Miller will take orders
for the Palmer Garment Co., of
Chicago. Sample book now on
hand at the Schwartz store.
W. U. Scott, the big California
sheep man, who took one of our
estimable ladies, Miss Lena Har
key, as his wife last year, was
here during the week.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK UI
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR I $ t I SAFE." ACCOUNTS
San Francisco, spent a part of who can take one for the
the time at the coast and simply j winter and if they would let him
played for several weeks. She, know or call at this office it would
will take but a limited number be appreciated. Any work for
of pupils on the piano this sea-1 boys who are attending school
son and those who are fortunate will help, even if for a short
enmiffh to he of her rnmils are to time each day. Please give this
I have just received my new line. The largest and
most complete ever shown in Burns. The celebrated
line manufactured by
The list following gives just a slight idea of the stock
Rust Proof Corsets $1.25 to $3.50
Red Fern " 5.00
Brassieres " 65c-
Perfection Waists - - 35c.
" Skeleton Waists 25c.
Sanitary Belts - 25c.
The merits of Warner Bros. Corsets
are too well known to require uny
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 v.
riasonlc HtilldiiiK. - - Burns, Oregon
Grover Jameson and Clifford
Reed, who with their families
had been enjoyinjr camp life in
the mountains for a short time,
came homo the fore part of the
week. The boys got some deer.
Adam George and several of
his children, Harry Carry and
other heirs interested in the es
tate of the late Mary GeorKe
were in during the week on bus
iness in connection with the final
settlement of the estate.
Mrs. Pearl Fisk, who left here
several weeks ago for California
with the intention of remaining
there, ia on her way to Burns
again. Her son Otis arrived
this week and Mrs. Fisk is in
Portland visiting for a short time
before coming on in.
Miss Hreecount, who has been
spending the vacation period
here visiting her brother, leaves
today for Spokane to resume
her studies in school. The young
lady made many friends during
her stay here who will be glad to
welcome her on another visit.
Weber and Fields, the cele
brated comedians, furnish the
fun for the picture progam at
Tonawama tonight. The fea
ture is "Jess of The Mountain
Country" in four reels and is
produced by an all star juvenile
cast that promises one of the
most enjoyable programs ever
witnessed in the house. Great
Americans Past and Present is
another most interesting and in
structive reel, making a six reel
D. C. Petrie. instructor in ag
riculture for the Hrney County
High School, arrived early in the
week and has been spending the
time before the opening of school
in looking over the country and
getting acquainted with condi
tions, meeting the people, etc.
Mr. Petrie visited the Experi
ment Station and got in touch
with the work there as well as
the work of the county agricul
turist and will be prepared to
begin his work wth considerable
knowledge of loca) conditions
along th line which he makes a
specialty. He is a very agree
able young man to meet and we
predict his work in the school
will be successful.
Job printing here.
Horn Tuesday, to Mr. and
Mrs. Tip Stoy, a son.
I still have some Reed koK
shirlsat :t for$1.00 1. Schwartz.
All kinds of grain including
wheat at Lunaburg Dalton ft Co.
D. A, Hrakeman was up from
Waverly for n few days during
Coming soon the mysterious
"BLACK BOX" at the Levens
A welcome change in the
weather the last of the week.
Not so warm.
Rolled barley, wheat and oats
for salo at mnrket prices. W. A.
Goodman's feed yard.
W. M. Sutton and wife and Jo
Cook arrived home Monday from
tneir visa to uremte,
Chicken dinner Sunday at the
Overland 2 o'clock and also
from B'80 in the evening.
L. F. Allen left Thursday on
his return to Wallowa after a
short visit with friends in this
Mrs. Edith Moon and little
daughter have returned from an
extended visit with relatives and
friends in the east.
Williams Bros, have all kinds
of rough lumber for sale at their
mill 15 miles north of Hums on
the Canyon City road.
Dewey and Nick Robinson
take their departure today for
Portland where they will attend
school for the coming year.
Archie McGowan and family
have returned from their trip to
the V Ranch country where they
camped for a time and report a
Miss Bee Hotchkiss took her
departure Wednesday morninc
for Wallowa where she is again
engaged to teach in the public
school for the coming year.
K. K. l'uringlon was down
from the mill last Sunday. He
reK)rted another forest (ire in
the vicinity of the Clay Clemens
mill but it was soon put out.
The new Victor Ladies Tailor
ing style book and samples for
fall and winter have arrived,
Call and see them at the Clingan
Hat Shop before ordering else
where. Mrs. .lames L Gault, soprano.
will resume teaching for the
season l'.Ufi-n;, on Thursday,
September llh. The Treble ( lef
Club will hold its first meeting
on Wednesday evening. Sept H
Geo. Bryning wes
I i:ii sster
come & Son's.
Ottll Siemore wsjn the city
TIIK BLACK HOX" made
the biggest run of any Mitel
M. Gil was in town this weeli
from nil farm home in ths Valley
First class fir buck teeth and
mower tonguesat the Burns llanl
Tolie Dupean left Thursday for
outside points after spending the
summer here with his daughter,
Mrs. Homer Reed.
The Misses Mary Forsythe and
Ethel McGee left this week for
Nnmpa where they will leach in
the schools (luring the coming
Jtowi 'Born Thursday, to Mr. and
Mr Clyde Cowing, a son.
IVol A 1 1 , vs. thipmsnl of College
Tains at tlie Clingan Hat Shop.
Bundles for the Steam Laund
ry can be left at the Capital and
and Slur barber shops.
Misses Emma and Klla John
son were guest r of friends in
l his etty during the week.
The Hums Steam Laundry
gives special attention to parcel
post. Send us your laundry by
C. A. Haines was up from
Narrows Monday on business in
connection with the First Nation
al Hank of which he is a director
Onions, beets, carrots, cab
bage, in any quantity desired
either at my place or delivered
in Hums. Special prices on large
orders. Amos Oldfield.
The big fire af Myrtle ('reek
li:i ; lii'i-n milli-n lltwlcr funtivil
pari of this week for a business k WUH HeV(?ro f()r ft time nnj
visit io outside points, tie ex,
C. H. McConnell left the fore
pects to he back by the middle
by it is some
(I by 10
Don't overlook Weber and
Fields at Tonawama tonight.
They're IT for the funny men
everybody knows that Mrs. Sut
ton will play.
Waller Grose was down the
other day making arrangements
for Mrs. Cross and the two
granddaughters, Cora and Jessie
Shepard, to move in for the1
opening of school next Week.
Save Your Coupons.
With all kodak finishing
amounting to $2.00 I will give an
8x10 enlargement of your favorite
film free. Films developed 10c
per roll any si.e. Packs 2Tc.
Prints fc. postcards He.
Sayer Studio, Burns, Ore.
Wurth their Wright in Cold.
D. M. McDade spent a few "' 1,av'' m,'il Chamberlain's
days in the citv this week, hav-Tablt,ts a,ld f(,u"d them to be
ing come in from the Happy Val- J"s s represented, a quick re
ley section where he.has be n , llL'f for headaches, dizzy spells
working during the 'Vacation an(J other symptoms denoting a
period. Mr. McDade will teach lon'd livt'r "n(l disordered con
at Harney again this winter the dition of the digestive organs.
school opening next Mohday. T,1(v Worth their weight in
., , i , . , igold," writes Miss Clara A.
i he threshers are just finishing irinrSi Klba. N. Y. For sale by
al the Ttd Hays place up the a) (t.Hors-
river anil it is reported over the mmmmmmmmmmmm mmm ..aaaaaaaaaaaaa
phone to The Tinies-Ht raid thfJtj
there will be more than 5000
bushels of grain threshed on the
place. One tract of 1G acres of
barley went better than GT bush
els to the acre. .
BANKING This strong organization,
augmented by large re
SERVICE sources, is equipped to
render a banking service
which includes every facility for the speedy
and satisfactory handling of Commercial
accounts, time deposits, collections, etc.
Corporations, firms and individuals will
find that courteous attention from officials
is never lacking at the Harney County
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Mrs. Frankie Clark has arrived
ready to take up her duties as
one of the teachers in the public
school. She is accompanied by
her son Rex, who will remain
here for the winter if his health
There will a private clai In
primary and kindergarten work,
beginning Sept. G, at the home
of Miss McKenzie, first house
north of Summit Hotel. Tuition
one dollar per week. Twenty
per cent discount if paid one
month in advance.
Win Gowan is back at his post
as clerk in the land office, lie
went over to Prairie City the
fore part of the week where he
met his mother who had been
visiting at outside points for sev
eral weeks, and also brought bis
sons over from Canyon to be in
readiness for the opening of
school next week.
Rev. Dr. E, Benson, pastor of
the Presbyterian church, arrived
home last night from his vaca
tion trip to see the big fair at
San Francisco and to visit his
sons. He has had a most enjoy
able and beneficial vacation and
is ready to enter upon his work
with renewed vigor. Mrs. Ben
son remained in Portland for a
further visit with her sons.
There will be services at the
Presbyterian church tomorrow
and the usual services will con
tinue throughout the year.
Joe Catlow arrived in town
Saturday evening from Oroville
and reports having had quite an
experience with a run-away
auto on the way o v e r. His
brother-in-law and 1iis sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Williams
and their little son and Frank
Peruna were of the party and as
they started down tho P Ranch
hill the brake gave way and the
car started down at a terrific
speed. .Joe thought they would
all be killed and as he was in a
back seat where he could get out
with some chance of not getting
his neck broken he made the
jump. The car went to the bot
tom where it atruck a big boul
der and the wheels mashed into
splinters. When Joe arrived he
found not one of the party had
been seriously hurt and all were
able to come on in after securing
G. L. Huston, a cousin of
Walter Huston, formerly a bus
iness man of Portland, was u,
caller at this office tho first of
the week, Mr. Huston has recent
ly taken up land in the vicinity of
Wagontire and brought out some
purebred Jersey cattle as well
aa other stock and will farm for
D. II. Smyth and his son Rye
came in from Happy Valley last
Saturday and on Sunday left for
Corvallis where Rye will resume
his studies at the 0. A. C. the
coming year. The school does
not open for some few days but
Rye is called down to begin
practice in the fool hall team
which 1 1 being conducted at
Newport. Bert Oliver, another
graduate of the Harney county
high school, also accompanied
the Smyths and will enter the
nv ,1 erious
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In this most remarkable of all
photoplays, you will sm and
enjoy the Baa I moving pictures
ever shown anywhere in the
You'll be enthralled by cach
ing thrills, by moments of Dreatb
!i i expectation, and find the
mpYemtsl satisfaction in every
I ;i lie.
Bring your friend ;.
nijjht every week to
see The Black Box
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Admission 10 & 15c.
Shabby surfaces detract from the
appearances of your home. Floors,
furniture or woodwork that are
marred, scratched or scuffed give
your home a shabby run-down ap
pearance. Make these varnished sur
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OREGON STATE FAIR
FIFTY-FOURTH ANNUAL STATE FAIR
Mm-. Stale Fair not held on account tewla and Clark 1 i position
$20,000 in Premiums
An Exposition in itself. The pride of Oregon. A great
College for the one engagedln 'Agriculture, Horticulture
and Livestock pursuits.
A Full Week at the Oregon State
Fair Broadens Th Intellect
Muter, tho Aviator, will nuko two I ligliU daily. Krrr camping ipaca in a
hady oak park. Frea alalia (or iitmpiaain.. Free transportation on
railroad lor exhibits. For any information rrlative to the Oregon Slate Fair
which opens September 27th and closes October 2nd, write to
W. AL JONES, Secretary, Salem, Oregon.
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Screen Cloth for Doors and Porches
Water bags, nose bags
Ice Cream Freezers
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
NEW DISHES, GRANITEWARE
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