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EJHaa Th Laractt Circulation Of Any
Newspaper In Htrmjt County.
SATURDAY, OCTODEK B, 1DI2
Vulcanizing nt Gembcrllng's.
Seed ryo and barley for sale by
Chas. Davis, Harney, Oregon.
Tho Presbyterian Ladies Aid
will meet at the homo of Mrs.
Julian Byrd next Wednesday
afternoon at tho usual hour.
Rough and dressed lumber of
all kinds now on hand at the
Williams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough
lumber $15 per thousand.
THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$95,000. 'THE nANK THAT MAKES
YOUR J $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Mr. and Mrs. Clarcnco Cary
are in from their Crane Creek
home having come over to take
in the fair and visit with rela-
A telegram from Miss Drusa
Dodson announces her safe ar
rival at Boston where she has
again taken up her studies at
Your wife should not be com
pelled to stand over a hot cook
stove this kind of weather. Get
her one of those firelcss cookers
at Clevenger's. Go and see
L. M. Brown and family re
turned the fore part of tho week
from San Franciso where they
had been visiting for several
weeks. They are all in the best
You Should Pay Your Bills nntl
Purchases by Check on Our Bnnk
Frank Harrison hns sold hiB' Mrs. A. W. Gowan hus gone to
You W- avoid ugly riit-puiuH-
chock in tho vory best roeoipt
YOU 'ulV0 un necuruto record of
whoro monoy goes withonli dinpulo
YOU nin uo r't,lJ0OHH5y"i,'nwjcuro
a now ohoolc book any tiiuo Uh lout.
huvo nioro monoy if you uso
-pocket monoy goos quickly
YOU m,ni0(n'alv oatablinh a good
credit with a banking account at
barber shop to Leo Caldwell and
Grovcr Jameson and expects to
leave soon for Willah'jolto Valley
Jcbso Ferguson purchased the
Harrison residoncb property.
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Dodge,
Mr. Dodgo'B mothor and Mra.
R. D. Cooper, nil of whom had,
been ovor on Silver Creek hold
ing down some prospective home-
steads awaiting tho opening yes
terday morning, came in Thurs
day and made filings "when tho
land office opened. '
Lou Willnrd was quito badly
cut tho other day by Thos, Vick
crs. It is impossible to gct'any
particulars respecting tho affair
as it secma the two mon wcro
nlono over on Cow Creek when
it occurcd. Willard has an ugly
slash just back of the left ear,
tho gash cutting tho ear and
across to tho face in front. Tho
wounded man phoned into the
authorities from I. It. P6ujado's
homo and later camo in on the
stago to got the aid of a physi
cian. Dr. Geary dressed the
wound and states it iff not dan
gerous. Wo do not know alibis
time what action will bo taken
or is contemplated by the authorities.
Mr. and Mr. Arthur Thomp
son have opened the Harney
Hotel, at Harney City, and solicit
the patronage of the Public.
Home cooking and good clean
Say, W. A. Goodman is ready
to saw your wood for you this
nice weather. Tell him whero
your wood pile is by 'phone do
not wait until bad weather and
then all want it sawed at once.
Married In this city Friday
evening by Dr. Babbidge of the
Presbyterian church, Leonard W.
Wilson and Ethel Couch. These
young people are from the Egli
section where they will-m a k e
their home. The Times-Herald
extends best wishes.
Grass Seed I have a fine lot
of timothy, red top and clover
seed threshed this season.
This seed is acclimated and best
quality, mixed in right propor
tions for seeding meadows. Will
deliver at that price at Burns
during fair week or fill orders
sent me before that date. Write
me at DrewseyW. T. Vandkk
Veer. FOR SALE BY OWNER.
1 section, 640 acres, level un
improved sage brush land in
Harney Valley, canbesubirrigat
ed. 160 acre tract, fenced, good
house deep well and otherwise
improved. Prices made tosuit in
tending settlers. No speculators
need apply. Inquire at this office.
BURNS, - OREGON
Satisfied customers and an in
creasing business sneak for them
selves W. B. Shelley, tho har
ness and saddle man.
lion, rrann uavey arrived
homo Tuesday evening from a
vacation visit to his daughter
over in Baker county. Mrs. Da
vcy will return later.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$95,000. "THE nANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Clay Clemens mill is the near
est one to Burns where all kinds
of lumber both rough and dress
ed can be had. Near Canyon
road. Call him by 'phone.
Those who contemplate going
to the railroad or other points
for supplies are invited to call on
W. E. Huston in tho Odd Fellow
building and get his prices. It
will be worth while.
Glen Bright who was brought
in from the 00 Ranch recently
to the hospital suffering from
tuberculosis, has been taken to
his home in Tacoma, his mother
and brother having arrived the
first of the week to accompany
Married Thursday afternoon
at 3 o'clock at the Presbyterian
manse, Mr. Jay Salsman and
Miss Huldah Burton, both of this
city. Dr. Babbidge performed
the ceremony. Mr. Salzman is a
driver on the Burns-Bend Auto
Line and his bride is a daughter
of Link Burton who is connected
with the Cottage Inn.
Means To You?
f(lT ITVT At 0ur B'8 D'8P,ay Window and
LAJKJKSl. UN Note The Matchless Assortment
Of The Various Colors and Grades at Bottom Prices
A "fcir I ICTTCM When You COME IN We
AINU LiOlHin Will Convince You There
Is No Safer or Saner Bargain Than "Holeproof" Socks
It Means Money
In Your Pockets
When You BUY "HOLEPROOF" Socks
- General Merchandise -
flasonlc Building, - - Burns, Oregon
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND S U R.P L U S
$95,000. "THE HANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Mrs. Geo. Sizcmorc, agent, for
Victor Ladies' Tailoring Co., in-'
vites the ladies of Burns to call
and sec new fall and wintcrsnm
Dr. Babbidge of the Presby
terian church left this morning
to attend tho fall meet of Pres
bytery, also the annual meeting
of the Oregon Synod. The form
er meets nt Enterprise, the lat
ter at Wallowa.
Members of the Saturday
Afternoon Five Hundred Club
nre requested to meet with Mrs.
Julian Byrd on next Tuesday
evening at 7 o'clock to elect offi
cers and nrrnngo for the coming
Miss Helen Puritigton has fiinal
ly decided to attend the Pacific
University instead of nt Eugene.
The young lady lias taken up
special studies and found the
special work was more to her ad
vantage at Pacific.
Jersey Heifers For Sale I have
10 head of choice Jersey heifers
which I have just purchased,
ranging in age foom 1 to ' years,
Borne coming fresh nt once. Will
sell at reasonable prices at my
place 9 miles cast of Burns John
We are selling agents for the
Harney Valley Improvement
Company lands, the choice lands
of a 200,000 acre tract. These
lands are on the market on a ten
year payment plan. If you want
a good farm, investigate these
lands and terms. 37
MOTIIKIISMKAI) & DONIXJAN.
Mrs. M. V. Dodge is now
ready to begin her work with her
violin class and will also have a
class in theory of music and sight
singing which will bo free to her
pupils with a slight fee for those
not taking violin who wish to
join tho class. See her for par
ticulars. Many people from the south
ern part of tho county hnvo been
hero this week to attend the fair
and to remnin for court. Among
them were: Mrs. Ed Catlow and
children, I). D. Dofenbaugh and
family, J. F. Williamson, Perry
Boyd nnd family, 13. U Hill, J.
E. Uounsvillo and wife and R.
J. D. Fellows arrived here
from Portland Wednesday even
ing on business 'contacted with
the electric light franchise re
cently granted to A. Welch of
Portland. Mr. Fellows was form
erly interested in tho light and
power plant that Mr. Welch pro
poses to install. . Ho loft this
morning on his return Jo Port
land, ''Prof. It. D. Scuddcr is hero
from tho 0. A. C. ttf take in tho
fair and spend somo timo visiting
over tho country nnd conferring
with tho superintendent at tho
experiment station. Prof. Scud
der has been in very poor health
but his many friends aro pleased
to find him much improved. lie
was particularly pleased with
tho exhibit of products at tho
pavilion, especially tho showing
mndn bv thn dry fnrmors.
Owing to tho fact that tho In
stitute docs not close its session
until Wednesday ovening, School
will not open for business till
Thursday, October Tenth. At
that timo pupils will please bo on
hand with grade cards or other
proper credentials for admission
to tho respective grades and as
signments will bo made. All
new pupils, report to Principal
nt tho office. I'tipils"notpromot
ed regularly will report at the
office as well for teachers have
no authority to assign you to
Doors will not be opened to
pupils till 8:15 a. m. Pupils will
please pass directly to their re
spective rooms and remnin there
till excused by teachers.
W. M. Sutton. Trin.
Pendleton to visit her daughter;
Mrs. W. C. McKinney.
'J. 0. Beatty came in from the
southern part of the county last
night. Ho is hero to seo the fair
and to attend to some privnto
J. H. Slinson and wife are
over from Prinvillo to altond the
fair jfnd look after tho interest
of tho Oregon & Western Coloni
For Next Week
Trie funny man anil dancer with (let Co.
C. F. McKinney and wife ar
rived home Wednesday evening
from Pendleton where they at
tended a part of tho Hound-Up.
Mrs. E. 13. Purington, who had
been down to Eugene and For
est Grove with her daughter
Helen, returned with tho Mc
Kinneys, Miss Helen is attend
ing school at Forest Grove as
she could get better instructions
A full week of pictures have
been arranged for Tonawnmn
beginning on Tuesday, the 8th,
and continuing including Monday
night, the M. A fine program
has jiml been arranged which
will plear.o the increasing patron
age of tho house. Now pictures
each night nn rntir change of
program. On Tuesday night
there will be but one show owing
to the leap yea dnnee given by
the high schoolgirls. This show
will begin piomptly at G:I5 and
the three icels will be run
through once only.
A new and popular feature
which has has been added to the
regular program at Tonawnmn is
music. Each picture is played
I with all the necessary "props"
that go to maku it as real and in
teresting as possible. This was
introduced lust Sunday night
with such good effect and demon
strative appreciation it will be
made a regular fcatqre. There
! will also bo some illustrated
songs for next week -comical
.selections with good illustration?
I that will please. The program
is nrranged as follews:
Tuesday, Oct 8-"Paid in his
own Coin," "Bill's Bills," "For
Wednesday 9 "Countess Do
Challunl," "Thru the Drifts,"
Thursday 10 -"Nightout-See-ing
BufTnlo," "Mother Love,"
Friday 11 "Southern Boy of
'Gl" "Her Uncle's Consent,"
"Sqjiaw Man's Revenge." Illus
Saturday 12 "Industries,
South and West," Educational.
"Thru the Enemies Lines,"
"Love Finds tho Way."
Sunday 13 "Romance of the
West," "Flash in the Night,"
"Patented Housekeeper. " Illus
Monday 14. "John Brown's
Heir," "How Tommy Scnred his
Father," "Joke on the Joker."
What Saving Does
Saving creates from your earn
ings a capital which broadens your
opportunity, safeguards your future
nnd may possibly create an income
sufficient to take care of you when
your productive days are over.
Ask yourself whether there's
any reason why you should not have
a savings account at the
"YOUR HOME INSTITUTION"
BURNS, HARNEY CO. OREGON
W. E. HUSTON-
J General Groceries
Select Can Goods, Fancy Groceries, Dried
Fruits, Tobacco, Confectionary, Coal
Oil, Feed, Grain and Produce
Special Inducements Given On Big Orders
ife3 This Space Belongs To The
Schenk & Williams
I. O. O. F. Building, Main Street, Burns, Oregon
Watch For It Every Week "tt
'THE OLD STAR SALOON
B-ENTON & HICKS, Props.
Old and Nnw PATKONsWill Find the Best Brands Here
The Times-Herald Building
One of the Modern Business Blocks in Burns Where The Times-Herald is Housed With Other
Office Rooms Tonawama Theatre, Business Mens' Club and Reading Room on Second Floor
The Base Ball
THE MARGARET II.ES DRAMATIC CO.
The hose ball Ramos between I The Margaret Ilea Dramatic Co.
Sumpter and Burns teams result- j has been playing to record-break-ed
finnlly in two gamesfor ench'jng houses in Tonawama all week
team. Tho first frame was won . nn,i sccm moro popular than over,
by Burns as reported in our last Ed. Meade is missed from tho
issue. Tho one on baturuay, was
taken by Sumpter by ascorc of
4 to 3. On Sunday there was a
bij? attendance nnd the teams
started to play a good name but
along townrd the last BurnB,got
to swatting iUboutnS'thoy pleas
ed -and run tho score up, (o a re
Another game was played on
Monday, which was a special not
included in tho scries, but was
gotten up by some sports who
were not satisfied with tho result,
Burns having won two of the
thrre gnmes. This was won by
Sumpter by a good margin wo
did not get the exact score.
There is somo talk of tho home
team playing a return, engage
ment with Prineville, perhaps
during tho week of tho county
fair at that place. Prineville
paners report that their team
wants a return gamo and are
planning wnys nnd means to got
our boys ovor there.
Take Foley Kidney Pills
TONIO IN ACTION QU6k IN RE8ULTB
Oct rid of your Deadly Kidney
Ailments, that cost you n.bigh price
In endurance of pain, loss of time and
money. Others have cured themselves ol
KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISEASES
by the prompt and timely use of FOLEY
KIDNEY PILLS. Stops nACKACIIB,
HEADACHE, and ALL the many other
and URINARY IRREOULAHITIE8.
TOLEY KIDNEY PILLU will CURE any
cast as well as his genial greet
ings to his host of friends about
town. A telegram announce his
health improving and a cheerful
word to his friends in Burns.
The company has changed in
personnel to somo extent since
1:1st spring and among the new
pcoplo is George Lucky, one of
tho funniest specialty men and
best dancer that has ever ap
peared in Burns. He also intro
duced tho Texas Tommy dance,
assisted by Miss Grace Du Cray,
for tho first timo in ihw city.
Mr. Lucky is a valuable addition
to the company. The entire cajt,
is making good with tho piny
goers and aro assured generous ,
patronage any time they come to
Miss lies still holds tho hearts'
of tho peoplo with her cleverness
nnd receives the usual homage
accorded her on former .visitB.
Tho company remnins for three ,
moro nights, concluding the en
gagement Mondny night. Edson
Elliot is seen in tho present en
gagement in leading roles instead I
of "heavy" much to tho satisfac-.
tion of his young friends. Mrs.
Harvey's character work is fine
and Miss Kobbins has improved.
Miss lies and her company are
much pleased with tho wolcomo
accorded them by their friends
I DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
I DISTRICT ATTORNEY HERE
I Leslie J. Aker, Democratic can
'ddate for District Attorney, ;s
in Burns Thursday evening to at
tend the Fair and also Court,
Mr. Aker reports that ho is con-
jfiden1, after traveling over the
(Districtof his election as the next
1 prosecuting attorney. The peo
'plo of Harney County, as well as
'those of Malheur and Grant
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' anon uy giving tnem good shows.
medicine can do moro.
Leslie J. Alter
counties, realize the necessity of
electing a man to discharge the
duties of the position who h
shown ability as a trial lawytr
to meet tho present conditions
with crimo on tho incronsc, and
thoy will undoubtedly accord
Mr. Aker tho samo support ho is
receiving in tho other counties
of tho district.
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Good Service, Courteous Treatment
DROP IN Main Street Burns, Oregon
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Hay Forks, Extras etc.
Perhaps You Need New
Binders, Threshers, Plows,
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Tractors, Belts, Oils Etc.
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