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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1919)
DOLLAR DAY AND
The merchants of Burns have decided to make
Wednesday, April 2nd, a Dollar Day, when
special bargains will be offered to all of their
customers. The organization of a body to be
affiliated with the Oregon State Chamber of
Commerce, and decision of matters pertaining
to irrigation will also take place on that day.
It is only by united effort that any of these
things can be made a success. With every
body's shoulder to the wheel, there is nothing
that Harney County cannot acheive.
You are invited to assist all you will.
First National Bank
of Barns, Oregon
Capital and Surplus, : $100,000.00
Furnished room. See I'levenger.
Mrn. 1. BlalRcloll, of Callow, wiu
In (Mir I dy thin week.
Hill Cntterson was In town the
other day on linnlnea.
An imulmtor for tale. Phone or
see Pearl Vulgamore, Burn, Oregon.
Archie (toss was down from tne
Trout Creek ranch homo Wednesday.
Battery and electrical repair work,
oxy-acetylene welding. Jack Mc-
Harry Withers and family were
over from the farm home near Harney
' the other day.
J. K. Sl.emore was In from the
I ranch iniln this week on a short visit
I to Mrs. SUeinnre and the. little daugh
ter. Ilinry Welcome ciime over from
Jinttura lad Sunday 1 company with
I William li'inli'v and toSM of his old
I time eniiliM's. Henry was here for
just one evening but succeeded. In
seeing iiiuny of his old frlonda.
Strayed from my ranch, one red
two year old heifer branded with oar
lock, upatde down, on left hip, also
N P on left hip. Bar marl:, crop off
the left, split In the right. Suitable
reward. Lute Parker.
out of town taxpayer who desire
us to pay their taxes will please semi
us tbe tn collector's statement of
the amount due together with In
struction for payment of the same.
HARNKY OOl'NTY NATIONAL
gee our stock of, stationery first. '
OHts, barley and wheat for sale at
W. I. Meat was In town for o shorl
business visit during this week.
Have A. A. Perry haul some fertil
izer for your garden, no cents a
for sale at Brown's Quality
Htore. Hold only by the sack. No
phone orders. No charge accounts
THR KIK8T NATIONAL BANK OK
HMINN. CAriTAL ANI HUHI'M'N
100,000. "THB BANK THAT
MAKKH TOtlW S S S S SAFE."
The First llaptlM ( liurcli.
Dr. Minnie 1 land-Cat terson wit up
from her boie during the week as
sisting Dr. Smith with an operation.
Settley Cream Separator, capacity
2(0 lbs., used only a short time, for
aale. Inquire at this office.
Wheat for sale at Brown's Quality
Store. Hold only by the sack. No
phone orders. No charge accounts
Mr. and Mrs. Will Flser and Miss
Ethel Turner were among our out-of-town
guests at the P. P. P. ball last
Mrs. Chester Mace took her depart
ure last Sunday for Seattle, Washing
ton.where she will vlsist with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Brown, for
a few weeks.
If out-of-town customers and oth
ers desiring taxes paid will send us
their tax notice or otherwise notify
us, we will be glad to attend to the
matter for them. First National
Bank of Burns.
Wray's Auto Stage will begin reg
ular trips as soon at the roads are
passable, about April 1st, according
to the weather. Any one will be
reasonably safe in ordering freight
and. express by April 1.
Judge Grant Thompson spent a
few days In town this week visiting
with his daughters, Mrs. Grover Jame
son, and Mm. Chester Dalton. Judge
Thompson informs us he had a siege
of flu but has recovered and is en
joying good health.
Wanted Men or women to take
orders among friends and neighbors
for the genuine guaranteed hosiery,
full line of men, women and children.
Eliminates darning. We" pay 60c. an
hour spare time or $24 a week for
full time. Experience unnecessary.
Write, International Stocking Mill,
Norrlstown, Pa. Adv. 4-26
H. C. French, a land owner of the
llarrlmau neighborhood, arrived In
this city the fore part of HiIh week.
Mr. French had been absent for some
time during which he visited several
of the coast towns, including Port
land, Seattle, Taconia and Vancouver,
ii. 0, We understand Mr. French
is back to remain permanently in this
Ben Aung, one f the Harney
COanty boys tu volunteer his service.!
to his Uncle Sam in the navy for the
war, is hack on a furlough, llo has
to start on his return to report to his
i.iiiii In Philadelphia in i day oi ao,
While home his broiher Odd Fellows
finished Hiving him the degrees of
the order and he goes hack a lull
fledged Odd Fellow, Hen bai been
advanced to chief itore keeper on li'
ship and this Is responsible for his
no) being able to get nil flleebsi
M the other boyi, He hopes to
get off alter the next voyage, how
ever, hut this will lake him into the
Orient before' he can niako it.
Elder Quler was among our out of
town visitors from the Princeton sec
tion during the week.
W. H .Morrison, one of the pioneer
ranchers of the Harney country, was
in town the fore part If this week.
Wheat for aale at Brown's Quality
store. Hold only by the sack. No
phone orders. No charge account
Carroll Cecil spent a few days in
town this week. He Is getting in
readiness for spring work on the big
ranches over on Silver Creek.
Ed Egli was In from the ranch this
week visiting with his mother and
sisters and attending to some busi
ness. For Sale Universal Steel Range
In excellent condition with six holes,
burns either wood or coal; also a
small heater and a kitchen cupboard
with screen on sides, entirely new.
Inquire at this office.
Maurico Schwartz took his depart,,
ure Thursday for Portland where" he
contemplates entering a school for
the study of the eyes. Mr. Schwartz
formerly followed fitting glasses as a
profession and Is preparing himself
to again devote his time to this work.
All annual members of the Amer
ican Bed Cross may secure a year's
subscription to the fled Cross Maga
zine by the payment of an additional
$1.00 up to April 1st. That's right
soon, ho get your order off at once If
you want to take advantage of this
Estray -Bed muley cow, branded
lazy bar II on left hip; marked with
underbit in left ear, swallow fork
and underbit In right ear, has been
Age limit 16 years
Sunday, March 30.
Sunday school beginning at 9 : 4 R
Preachlngat 11 o'clock.
Evening worship, 7:30.
What is God?
Prayer meeting on Thursday even
ing of each week.
You are invited to atend these;
JOHN F. MOBLBY, Paster.
CHRISTIAN SCIHNOE SOOIBTT
Services at 11 :M o'clock. Sub
ject of Lesson-Semen next Sunday:
The Testimonial Meeting, Wednes
day at 7:80 P. M.
The reading room In the church
Edifice, :.i epen on Tuesday and Fri
day from 2 to 4 P. M
Sunday Schoel meets en Sunday at
Pupils may be admitted to its
classes up to the age of 20 years.
The public Is cordially Invited to
the Church 8evicea and to the Read
ing Boom. ,
THE PKNTKOOHTAL CHURCH OF
Habits of Thrift
"Asa twig jh bent so grows
the tree," and as a child is taught
so grows the babil of thrift. In
spire' ii, detire to save by creating
it hi the unfolding mind and at
once yon start the little one on
the self-reliant road to future
The Savings Department of this bank main
tains and retains particularly pleasant rela
tions with children and provides efficiently for
their wrings. A dollar will open a Saving's
Account at 4 per cent interest compounded
twice a year. Bvery day is Dollar Day for a
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Harney Eounhj National Bank
fi Burns, Qrafan
YOUR HOME INSTITUTION
Big i attains
. J7, .IJicxflBHF
OUR SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2nd
$ 1 .25 Box of Sweet's Chocolates $ 1 .00
$1.20 Bottle Teniae, the great system builder $ 1 .00
$1.20 Bottle Sloan's, the wonderful Family and Veterinary
The Rexall Drug Store
REED. BROS. Props.
Batteries repaired properly.
Wheat for Hale at Brawn' Quality
Sttve. Sold only by the Hark. No
phono order-. No charge account
O. W. C'levenger left last Sunday
for a vlsli to outside points, lie was
accompanied by his Hon Geary who
will enter school at Nampa for tho
balance of the hi hool year. Mr. ('.
will spend u few weeks outHlde before
Kntrayn One small black Jersey
cow, branded Q on left Hide and no
ear uiarkH, dehorned, should have a
calf; ono red muley heifer coming. ,'t
years old, branded T wrench on left
Sabbath school 10 A. M.
Preaching, 11 A. M.
Young Peoples' Meeting 7 P
Preaching 8 P. If.
Subject for evening sermen: The
Keys of the Kingdom. Does Pope
or priest have power to open or close
Heaven to any soul?
Wednesday evening prayer meeting
Bible study class Friday evening, '
You are welcome.
Bring your blblea. (let the truth
and sell it not.
It is the truth that makes free.
BKV. GEO. WAKD, Paator.
PKKMIIYTKBIAN (HI R( II.
WRAY'S AUTO STAGE
and get a daily service between
BURNS and BEND
FARE, $10.00 SO lbs. baggage free
HEADQUARTERS AT REED RROS.
at ray ranch for the past three month Mde mark with split In left ear; one
or more. Owner call and niako
necessary proof of animal. P. O.
Smith, Burns, Oregon.
Fred Otley was among our visitors
from the Lawen neighborhood during
the present week. Mr. Otley has one
boy over in France doing army duty
and letters from the young man In
dicate that his regiment will likely
remain over there for an indefinite
time from the character of service
The Burns Uaruge has a cur load of
Ford cars ready for delivery. This
firm will also have a cur load of Ford-!
son Tractors arrive the first week In!
April and as these are hard to gel and
possibly wilt be the last avalluble lin
early sprint; delivery It would be well
for l hone desiring tractors to see the.
Burns Oarage at on a,
B. H. Hughes. Pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 1 1 a. m.
Subject :"The Old Land Marks"
"The Special Places" "Another
Christian Endeavor al 6:30 p. m.
Preaching ut 7:30 p. m. Subject:
"A chosen Vessel" "A Itoal Man
for Special Use" "A Specialist."
You are most cordially Invited to
10 Fullblood Hereford Bulls
8 to 14 months Anxiety Fourth breeding
$1000.00 for all or $125.00 each
E. H. BATHRICK, Denio, Ore.
pale red heifer with white fact), corn
ing 3 years old, branded flying dia
mond on left hip, marked split in
left ear, should have calf; one red
heifer coming 2 yearB old, both ears
cropped, branded I.Y on left hip and
thing dlumond on left side. Suita
ble reward for Information regarding
same. A. A. Tipton, Burns. Oregon.
Karl llugey, one of I ho Burns boys
who volunteered his lervlcw In the
navy at the outbreak of the war. Is
hOtna. lie succeeded in getting a
discharge and is bome to remain.
Karl saw much service and was given
considerable shore leave which per
milled liliu to see much of the war
country on his frequent vhdts over
I here, and gin Hie seaports on the
Atlantic const. The young man at
I the rank of Fin I Class Ma
chinist's Mate. He bus gone to work
in the vulcanizing department of tho
Including the latest and
Spring and Summer
Exclusive agent for Victor
Tailoring Company with a
full line of
Spring Samples for
Women ' Suits and
ft la h Millar
the Schwartz Store
3 yds. regularv40 cent Outing Flannel for $1.00
Boy's Overalls, regular value $1.00, 2 pairs $1.00
Men's Chalmers Underwear regular $1.50, $1.00
Men's Socks, tegular 30c value, 4 pairs for $1.00
Men's Work Shirts, regular $1.25 and $1.50, special for $1.00
10 lb. Sacks Barley, Oat or Rice Flour, regular $1.50, 2 for $1
5 lb. pall Cottolene, regular $1.25 $1
5 lb. pail Vegetole, regular $1.50--$1
5 1b. pall Jewel Shortening, 1. 50 value-$l
Regular 60c Tea, special 2 pounds $1
Country Maid Jam, reg. 65c, 2 for $ 1
BURNS CASH STORE