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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1919)
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We are glad that the privilege
of wishing you
A Merry Christmas
is still ours. May repetition of
the wish strengthen the ties of
tOU T Wr ! PMillln '
il n rf UK
tho other day.
MlirttllAll lirolltom wnrit
Jroni tholr homu at VoUuko
Thu prcHcnt week.
TIiob. Hutton vns over from hln
homo near WaKontfru durint; tho'
Titos. Vlckurs vtnn down from hCx
homo near Harney tlurliiR tho wook
greeting IiIh old tlmo frienilH.
Canliler Wnllaco, of tho Crane
Hlato Imnk, whh h btfHlneuM vlHltor
to our city (ho foro part of tho wook.
Ml Vella Parker, who Iiuh heun
otiorntliiK tho llnotyno In (IiIh ofllre
hIiico laHt prlmc. linn roiio to her
homo up tho river to care for her
mother, who Is III.
Mr. anil Mrs. It. B. Drake took
their (loparture Monday for Wichita,
Kansas, whoru they will spend the
winter. Thoy formerly resided In
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wrtti nniqnK our out
town vloltorn durhiK tlioAveok
A. li. I'aco wiih in town uuriiiK 'he
woflli from li Ih homo In Diamond.'
n n , ii a it n u v;. o o i: v t y , o n m cj o n
.... 'iiiay'MwiitiMlwi)1iMwJwi4lhM.iM wmiwwowi
J. H. lltiuyard vitti In town Tuoft
day. Ho In HtopphiK at IiJn ranch at
tlio lake, wlioro hu la iWUiik 1iIij
John Wltzoll and lilu (lutiKliter
torn. Nannjo Wald, worn, up from
tholr homo itoitr Nnrrown tho foro
part of this week.
Albort Oakornmn Is over frojn lilt
I'mnm mi Hllvnr irnnlr (if ommtill li In
kphyxlclim heciuiRo of Irouhle w.ltli
Tho Ntiznroiio Humtiiy hcIiooI 'will
conduct suitable OlirlKliimu exorilauit
ru ine ciitiwn on next Wednesday
ovonliifT. All are cordially Invited to
attend theso uxurdao.
MesHi-H. .lack WUIiers and 1)111 Oil
man arc flltlnrc tip quarton jii tlio
JtiiriiH hotel building where thoy will
open a meat market about the middle
of next week.
I'rostloy Smyth Is over from It f h
Diamond home. Ho found the roadn
In rather had shape for auto travol
as there. were placoa where tho car
would KOtrhoiiKh the hiiow necossltat
IIIK dlKRlUK out. '
Mrs. Henry Anderson took her de
partiiro yesterday for Fori laud where
oho will visit until sprliiK with her
son and his family. Mrs. Anderson
will stop at Ontario for a short visit
with' tor. and tors, hce Caldwell on
her way out.
CAItl) OK TIIA.NKH.
tor. and tors. Clyde Weltleuhlller
desire to extend their iilncoro thanks
to the many frlonds for their klpducsit
and valuable aid during the recent
lltucHH and death of their little son.
Married Yesterday, December 10
at the Presbyterian manse, Ford Kohh
and Florence Thomas, Itev. II. K
Hujmips of the Presbyterian church
performliiK tho ceremony. Tho
young couple reside In tho vicinity
of Happy valley, The TlmoH'Horald
wIhIiim thorn many happy yearn,
Died- In this city, at threo o'clock
Huuday mornluK, Arthur Laveue
weltteiihlller, aed leu years. Tho
Ittle fellow had been III ul the hos
pltal here for somo time following an,
operation which had boon performed
with the liopn of savlnx his life.
short time before bis death he was
removed to tho C. PaRo homo.
havenn, as uo was known, was
horn In Lakevlew on April 18, 11)00.
Ho was a cheerful little follow: and
Whm u iritnitrul fnvnrlli, ' iinwint lilu
j playmates. Tho funeral waso held
Monday afternoon from the Dap! 1st
church In this city, Itev. II. H. HukIics
of the Presbyterian church conduc
ting tho servlcu. Interment was
was made In the Hums cemetery.
VI tho east and are going to visit with
relatives and friends.
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iiihs uarmeu i;onoKau came ovo
from the Drewsoy country this wmk.
8ho has been teaching In that vlcln-' Sidney McNeil was up from Crane
Jly and is homo for the holidays. fro part of the week to attend
" . rn , n meeting o film toasonlc lodge and
. a. hbiikuu, proprioior or mo to look after somo business afalrs
4NMUU wpiro ueaiiy company, was in connection with his duties as ac-
canon to urano on business during countant for the Kastern Oregon Live
" wiock company.
SPEAKING OF FAMILY "TIES"
If the youngsters wear
out Dad's why not crive
him half a dozen new ones?
GLOVES SHIRTS SOCKS
Six" cylinder Buick Car-
191t model in first clan con
dition for iftle at a bargain.
Apply At once.
New Christmas noveltlos for ladles
and children arriving dally at Mrs,
K, V. HohwarU's store.
When sick go to King's hospital.
Dent eiiulpped surgery In the Interior
and graduate nurse In charge,
Order your fruit eakoH for Thanks
giving mid tho holidays now. C!l
at Page's Sweet Shop and samjilo
T1IK FIIIHT NATIONAL HANK OF
IIUIfXH. CAPITAL AND HUJtPlAJS
IO().(M)(). "TIIK HANK NIAI
MAKEM VOUH f f HAF::."
The Hums Garago has ordered
five additional Dolco-Llght plants for
local distribution. If you contem
plate tho purchase of your own light
lug plant, see tho Hums Garago ho
foro they are all taken. Adv. tf
Patients recolvo tho host of care at
tho Flreovcd Maternity Hospital,
TUB FlItST NATIONAL HANK OF
IIUHNH. CAPITAL AND HUHPMIH
100,000. "THE HANK THAT
MAKK8 VOUH 9999 8AFK."
yor eroolc homo during -tho week,
OHIh Slzonioro wan iUmihIiichh vis
itor to our city Ihd other day.
A. Colo was in from lilu ranch in
tho Warm Bprlnga district yesterday.
Kd Hull is in from the ranch at
r Tho varlotv.of weather during tho
past week hiirf been keeping 11 11 all
guoHHlng. From 23 below zero to a
iiico warm rain Ih somo chatigo.
Tho rapid melting of the snow due
Dig last (light, and this morning Indi
cates somo HpHi, If a change doesn't
iaio piece soon,.
Mr, and tors. William Stirling havo
gone to portiatKM onpoml the holiday
period with their daughters us lias
been tholr custom for tho past nov
to the many
friends whose gf
InnflMoif Vt m An
JTIiJIIIVIlICOO 11 CIO
MRS. E. F. SCHWARTZ
Cffl III I MWMMMMMWM (I
THIS is our Yijle-tido greeting to
present and prospective custom-
crs- ,. ' ' ...,
' An exj)i'easibn of appreciation
for the progress that we've sc.ored
in the year that is now closing. A
tribute to tho loyalty of those
who have banked here since the
doors first swung wide.
Christmas greetings, friends,
from Your Home Institution.
United States Depositary
Hafruy Counltj Nitioiial Bank
, "YOUR HOME INSTITUTION"
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Buy Her a new piece of
Christmas Books & Latest
Fiction of All Kinds
All the latest colors in
REED BROTHERS Headquarters' for
Keep Prosperity at Home this Christmas. fl
Sports in the Snow
GET THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
We have the goods for all kinds of sports if it is
to your liking to get the benefit nature provides for
KKium ui wxiiiCi fjy llHi VJKOIOUS
Steel and wood runner sleds and skates are on
miQ nere ac cne lowest possible prices consistent with
the quality you demand. Our goods are guaranteed
C. H. V OEGTL Y
"The Hardware Man"
Some good Values arc
hown which will ba of
interact to patrons
Mrs. Lelah Millar
At the Schwartz Store
OAJF Night and Mornlnrf.
Eyt$. If they Tire, Itch.
VrTtVtrC Irritated, IiKlnmcU or
YOUR LYtJ GranulatoJ.uaf Murlno
often. Sonlhes, tiofrpsliio, Sate for
Infant or Adult. At all Druuulttta." Write for
ptee Eye Book. Hcrki t,i tawiy Cc.CtKi;
We Court Public Opinion
ON PRICE AND QUALITY OF GROCERIES
We established our business on the principle of being fair
with our customers, giving them full value for the mone ythey
leave with us.
We have continued that policy throughout the years we have
been serving youi and we are pursuing it more persistently than
ever in this exasperating era of price inflation today. In our
efforts to keep prices as near normal as possible we are selling
at a closer margin of profit than ever before. But we NEVER
lower the standard of our goods.
On this high plane of commercially we solicit your patron-
We take LIBERTY BONDS AT PAR IN EXCHANGE FOR MERCHANDISE
A. OTTINQER, Proprietor ,
NATE FRANKLIN, Manager