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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1919)
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In opening and hfeintaining an account at
this Bank, you are contributing to the develop
ment of this community.
All of our funds are loaned at homeTYoUr
money is not sent out of town to develop, other
We invite you to open an account with this
strong Bank, assuring,you of our interestinBVi'.''
and the community. ...
OF BURNS, OREGON
Capital ana" Surplus $100,000
"The Bank that believes In Haraey Caanty'
McKlnloy Thompson wns In town
Adam Gcorgo was n business visitor
from Lawon during the weok.
M. 8. Davlca was In town Wednes
day assisting a neighbor In making
proof on hln land.
Jerry Dillon wns In town Wodnos
day on some land business. Ho wan
accompanied by his brother, James.
T. D. Hill was In tho city Wednes
day assisting- n neighbor In making
gu-oof on his land. Mr. Hill Is now
located on tho Crow Camp ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dillon and lit
tle noil uro up from Deulo visiting
with relatives and frlonds,
James Dnncgnn uiwl Ills' sister, Mrs,
Frank Wolcomo, wore callod to Mod
ford rccontly because of tho denth of
Mrs. Frnnk Dunn, who recently
underwent an operation nt tho HI.
Joseph 'm hospital, Is recovering nicely
and Is a bio to bo up.
Hoven nddltlonnl trucks arrivod in
this city Tuesday to bo placed on tho
work of construction of tho highway
between this place and Lawon. Thoy
wero brought In by way of llond and
will bo used to haul gravel.
Deputy (lamo Warden Irving Hot
eltluu jcamo over from Canyon City
tho first of this week and was Joined
hero by Hodney Cozad and O. L.
Sam Mothcrshead, Ernest Muslck, h,n,eldoJ!if!11i?.."J,ul,l,n,c ,r'P !
Chus. M. Faulkner and Orovor Jamo-!tno tt,w,"H MounUliw.
oa. had another turn at deer during 1
ike week but were not successful.
n. A. Alton, one of tho subcontrac
tors on the highway between llurns
and Lawon, arrived tfyls week with
Hflveral trucks and thoro uro moro to
-follow. Mr. Allen has tho contract
for moving the gravel to bo used on
this road and Is preparing to com
plete his part or tho contract within
.P. Rollgmnu, a photographer, is
doing some wlnndld work In this city
tit this time. Ho has a display of
Jhls work In tho windows of the storo
totweflt) Goer's hurdwaro and Heed's
grocery. He takes portraits right in
the homo. .Mr. Hellgtnan formerly
operated with thu moving picture con
cerns In tho early days but quit too
oon as many of those with whom ho
was associated have become wealthy
Pat Donegan is home after spend
ing several weeks In the Andrews
section where ho was employed. Ho
Is considering tho proposition of re
turning to that neighborhood and
teaching school during this winter.
A. r;. iirown informs us no uas
been looking for some lambs In this
vicinity and Tuesday succeeded In se
curing 1G00 from the II. J. Williams
Land It Live Stock Co. on Silver
Creek. Ho Intimated he paid In the
neighborhood of 17.00 per head for
Allen Jones got mixed up with tho
working end of n uiulo up at tho Cow
Creek ranch last Saturday with the
result that he was kicked on tho fore
head and tho wound required several
stitches to close up. Fortunately It
was only a scalp wound And he Is
able to bo out about his businoss.
MMIM tMH4 MM
. BflM '
w ar pHaaKBttA
Jl'IKJKI) HV VOI'lt
Wn tiro fond of ijuot
Ing the old saying Unit
"clothes do not make
ho man," hut oxpur
ouco tolls iih that this
Is not true.
Clothes DO inaku
tho man In the eyes
of. tho other follow.
And It Is with "thd
other follow" that wo
nil wish to Htnud well,
AUK A NKUH8SITY
, It Is ImpoHtilblo for a
nhnbhlly drosKcd per
son to cominaud rn
Hpoctful nttoutlnu ex
cept whero ho Is woll
' When y o u want
clothcH thnt uro Alt
wo aro ready to show
thorn to you, You
will wnut them when
you hco thorn,
Ahd, bottor still, you
will not complain of
Cravat and Collar
VJ?o!lM of li!("
Jnka WHmII m4 wife were la toim
Jack Crnddoek was among otir vis-
ltor from out of town yoMcrdny.
Jhmcs IMrio wns hmoilK our out of
town business visitor liuit Motillay,
Sltl Cnmogya arid 'family wero In
from tholr homo nt Diamond during
Wilbur Halnofl was greeting '
yojmg friends on ovir strcots on Inst
Mrs. Poter Chrlslonsen nrcompnn
led Mr. and Mrs. Klbcrt Georgo up
from Lnwon Monday, T
Miss Noru Mnrtln loft yoatorday
for hfampn whoro sho will outer
school for tho Vlnter.
Mr. nnd Mrp, Jcato Haln wero down
from tholr homo nonr Hnrney tho
foro jmrt fo this week,
Mrs. Fred Smyth recently returned
Trom n visit to Portland and was In
town for n short (Into during this
week from her homo nt Diamond.
M. Archlo McfJownn nnslsted on
tho swllchfonrd of Iho local phone
olllco for odveral duys while Mrs.
Chns. Holm was absent from town.
Jnck Mornrty and n young tnnn
named Adrlon wero up from Fields
tho other day. Jnck l.ns charge of
tho store at that point. They were
up on business.
It. L. Hutton was In town this week
on business. His daughter, Miss
Vnvn. hn returned to Tho Dalles
whoro sho resumed her studies ItH
St. Mary's Academy for tho year,
The Prcsbytorlnn Ladles Aid do
r.lro to oxprcMii their thanun to the
Commercial club, thu Odd Fellows
and all othera who vjro o luiiur
ous In assisting In imtftMi their nn
nuul chicken pie t upper u huccoss.
Mrs. Chan. Hohu Inn returned
home from u busluo.ts and pleasure
trip to N'atupn, Idaho. Sho has res
uniod hot posltloil with tho Inter
Mountuln Tel. & Tel. Co. on the
k A. B. Drown, ono of tho nxtonslvo
stock growers of this country, wns In
town tho foro part of this weok ac
companied by his son Olon. Thd lat
ter was one of thu boya who helped
Uncle Ham win tho war.
W. M. Carroll, deputy clerk, Is nt
St. Joseph's hospital taking special
treatment. Ho has been ailing more
or less for somo tlmo nnd finally de
cided because of his general health
to take a rest of. several woeks.
An error was mado In the report
of thu proceedings of thu circuit
court last weok In thu amount of
damages awarded Claud Smyth In
his tresspass Milt against James Paul.
The amount should have beuh $246.
ltalph Hlbburd Is over froei Idaho
where hu Is living at present, lie
bun u plnco leased over In tho Irriga
ted district and sayn It Is a great
country, but wo could huvo 'iutl as
good u country with proper consorva-
llnn anil IIMll nt Wilier.
llnLn Uli.tlll llllM linillllt llllt T. S
Hpraguo reHldonco property nwn
tho river district. This Is u neat and
modern dwelling with many conven
iences. Mr. Hpraguo Is now living In
Hend whoro ho has recently built a
homo for hlmseir and family,
George Smyth was up from his
homo at Andruws during tho week.
it wim accomnnuled over 'ny nis
A feet!! iraM wait played ye-
terdHy betweten ta eighth nrfiiA boy
af U-to public, schdol and a pbked
teum of Iho high sohool, Tho lnt
tor team wn,u tho game.
President .j. b. DniV of (ho First
Nntldiihl nniiK arrived hero from his
homo Itt 'iJolse Friday morning, Ho
is here for it meeting of tho directors
ot tho bank which is being hold to
Mrs. M. A, lilggs Is entertaining
a few frlonds and former echool
mnteii nt her home this afternoon,
tho honor guoHt bolng her sister,
Mrs, L. V. Allon, formerly Ildssle
H. M. Horton is over from Hend
attending tho meeting of the di
rectors of tho First Natlonnl Hank,
Hu Informs us ho nnd Mm. Horton
contomplitto spending tho winter In
Gnult, for several yearn cnnh-
thu , First National Ilntilt, is
down fron)xili liomo at Spoknno to
attend u meeting ot tho directors of
tho Institution. He reports Mrs.
Gatill and tho boys as woll.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mlkn Hfttilcy aro
visiting with his brother William in
this vicinity. Miss Mary Hnnley, ri
sUtor of Alex, Is also n member of
tho visiting party. Tho Hanleys live
In Jnrkaon county tho old homo of
the family. Tills Is the first visit.
In many years, although Mlko .linn
been here In tho past and Is acquain
ted with many of tho old tlmo people,
William llnnley returned from a no
Journ at outsldo points at tho same
tlmo his brother came and ns ho has
had considerable to look after at his
various places of activity in this
section ho has kept Mlko pretty much
WIHK AM) OTIIKRW1HB.
DES1H0US nrt It is of getting new bus!
neiw this Dank doos not nnd will not offer
cdthnr sorvlro or accommodation Inconsist
ent with sound business principles of safo
Tho lovel headed man neither expects or
desires his account to bo taken on unstable
or unuafo terms unprofitable to tho bunk
Ho bollo'ves with us thnt a mutual profit
In the ntrongest and beat foundation for a
Hrifo banking connection. Wo solicit ac
counts on the". Mutual Profit basis.
"YOUR HOME INSTITUTION"
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Harney Countq National Bank
"YOUR I10ME INSTITUTION"
The world was not mndo In a duy.
Neither wan a fortune honestly.
Don't bo u grouch until after you
have mndo your rllo. Then you uro
only eccentric. .
As the leaves begin to fall a rake Is
a handy thing In hnvo nround tho
vnrd. Tholr psnilbl!ltli.' are only ap
preciated by those who pais ty
Now godds for ladles urrlvlng dal
ly at Mrs. H l Schwartz store.
Mrs. Claronco Mace Is prepared
to deliver milk to cunto'ther's In nurns
each morning. Notify her If you
wunt milk In nny quantity. 9-27H
BEFORE GOING TO THE
The Rexall Drag Store
See the Window Display
daughter and son, Miss Marjorlo nnd I llurnt Oregon.
John, who wero on their way to Port-
rilK RHHT NATIONAL HANK OF
UUItNH. CAPITAL AND Ht'ftlM.t'M
1 1(111,(1(10. TUB HANK IIIAl'
iaki:k yol'k $ f a hat::.",
The Hums Gitrago has ordered
five additional Dolco-Llght plants for
local distribution. If you contem
plate the purchuse of your own light
ing plant, see tho nurns Garage be
fore thoy aro all taken. Adv. tf
Patients receive the bent of cure at
the Flrcoved Maternity Hospital,
For Itent 600 acres f good pas
ture 11 mllts from Burns. Fin grass,
ple.ily of running water and shade
and nil under fence. R. L. Hast,
imiil to enter School for Die year.
Mr. Smyth took them as far as llond.
rilK lillHT NATIONAL HANK OK
IIUHNH. CAPITAL AND HURPHIB
Capt. Ilobt. M. Duncan has return- 100,600. "TIIK MANK THAT
ed from Malheur county whero he MAKKS YOUH HAKK."
was cniieu roccnuy mu '" ACCOUNTH INVITKIL
thu serious utness oi nil imw nun.
TJio boy Is better and thu furally will
arrive here next Monday provided
the boy Is able to come. Capt. Dun
can and fumlly will occupy the ('has.
M. Faulkner residence.
General dressmaking at the home
of Mrs. J, R, Slxeinore. - Miss Ida
t a ii. .ii iIia riitinlii.r from near1
tho Gap Itanch on Hllver Creek, was A i,0for and yearling steer,
calling on businoss men In this city . 0Htelii8, branded quarter circle 6
yesterday, Mr. Hall left his homolnn 0rt rhB, also what looks like lf
Thurduy, walked 10 miles to Huntex on rR,t ,liid leg, low down, Owner
caught pr and drovo to Hums, mny jmv stock by proving samo and
took tho stUKo to Crane whom ho nitvnR rcnulred charges. 10-4
We have just received a car of
Netted Gem Potatoes
Also uar oi rsrogan s tsesi Apples ;
Underwear for Men, Women and Children
" SHOES' for Everybody
Fairbanks, Morse Engines and Pumping Outfits,
Windmills, Light Plants, Farm Machinery,
Wagons, and Case Tractors; Maytag Power
and Hand Washers
Write for Prices
Also Vale and Riverside
(JKAINL. DKAlNin ;
transacted busliums, then rniurnoil to (
Utirns. Ho would liavu lett yosler
day afternoon for his homo hud ho
lii.nn able to III a 1(0 coilliftctlons,
That's going prolty rapidly.
Mr, and Mrs- Jerry Merrltt wero In
from their homo near tho Htolis
Mountains tho foro part of HiIh weok.
guestH at the homo of Mr. anil Mrs.,
It, D.j lldker. Tlioy wero on uuir
way to Mllner, Idaho, whero tljoy will
vlnlt n sou of Mr. Merrltt. Jerry;
brought over n flnoU of tho finest
potutoes from hits ranch to show tho,
newspaper HtalT whut ho 'uld do,
They wore smooth and uniform liii
hIzo and altogether desirable, except'
they wero too big for a meal,
Wallace, tho llttlo hoii ot Mr, and '
Mrs. Frank -Welcome, bus boon mil
liuiiato of St. Joseph's hospital dur-
lug the past several days, Ills I
mother Is absent from homo becaiiHO'
of tho doath of her fittnor aim r rnnK
decided to take the children to Mrs.
A. C. Wolcomo during tho absencn of
Wallace wns suffering
from a cold and while his father and t
tho children wero passing tne nospi
tal on tholr way to Al's houso tho
father decided to leave Wallace with
tho Sisters at the hospital wntie re-,
covorlng from his cold. Immediate
ly upon tho child entering theniouso (
thu Sisters saw there was something ,
moro than n moro cpld bolherln him
and thoy began working with "hm, .
Oua swabbed his throat aui follow-1
lug this a hurd luinp of cohsldprublo
.iilzo was removod from (lis tnroai, t
Tho attending pnyaioinu siaiayino
following morning that had this not1
boon removod it would llkoly have
T. J. McDONALD, City Marshal.
"It ays to Pay Cash"
BURNS CASH STORE
choked the boy to death,