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DjpTimes-Jferald
The Largctt Circulation Of Any
Newspaper In Harney County.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1912
Lonnl News.
Born To Mr. nnd Mrs. Clny
.Clemens, Nov. 8th, a son.
Another fine rain Wednesday
night made farming work better.
Frank Johnson is again in his
loillco after visiting Ins family in
ri neville for a time. v
r
iiorn minis cuy yesicruay,
Nov. 15, to Mr. and Mrs.
i.Italph Beery, a daughter.
F
Don't overlook the next big
band concert and dance to be
given Friday evening Dec. Gth.
C. B. McConnell and his crew
of surveyors are through with
their work in Silvies Valley and
came down yesterday.
THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. 'THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR & $ $ S SAFE." ACCOUNTS
INVITED.
Died Wednesday night in this
city, Mrs. Joe Billyou from chron
ic Bright's disease. The funeral
was held Thursday afternoon
from the Catholic church.
Died In this city yesterday,
Mrs. Zephy A. Thompson, aged
35. Deceased had been suffer-,
ing from typhoid fever and an
infection from erysipelas. We
have not learned particulars re
specting the funeral.
The Times-Herald notices that
a saloon in its advertisment
cautions its patrons to "Beware
of Immitations" and further
states "We pay the market price
for your furs." We "Pay Ex
press Charges." That is rather
unusual but seems perfectly legitimate.
IfflYoii Ought To
GET WISE
To The
Convenience and Security
Offered You At The
First National Bank
Which Has
Unlimited Capital
I II And All This
WILL HLLf YUU!
III! UUKNS, UIWliUN
Capital And Surplus $100,000.00
I lini.ll m.I lllMrtJMil llnttb Tt. Iltamav rn ' II I
llll J. D. DALY. PrnlJcnl, C. A. HAINES, Vice I'aealdent
J. I GAULT, Cuhler A. C. WELCOME, Aul, Cuih'r
All who are indebted to me are
requested to call and settle their
accounts either by cash or note
by Dec. 1. This is urgent as I
must secure money or negotiable
paper in order to conduct my
business. All accounts not taken
care of in this manner by Dec. 1
will have to be placed in a collec
tor's hands. G. W. Clevengers
Impounded The city marshal
has taken up a brown mare
about 17 years old, branded W.
V. on left shoulder and G. H. on
right shoulder. The animal was
formerly owned by Lee Wise
man. Owner must come and
get her, pay all charges or the
animal will be sold in accordance
with the law governing such im
pounded animals.
Those interested in the agricul
tural short course to be held at
the high school in this city dur
ing February should respond at
once to the invitation published
lost week in these columns.
Supt. Breithuapt of the Ex
periment Station will give any
additional information desired
and farmers are reauested to
communicate with him. There
must be some response and an
idea gained as to the number
who are desirous of taking ad
vantage of these courses in order
to make necessary arrangements.
James Pirie was a business
visitor the -first of the wenk.
Satisfied customers and an in
creasing business sDeak for them
selves W. B. Shelley, the har
ness and saddle man.
Mrs. Frank Davey is homo
from a summer vacation visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Bowen,
in Baker county.
Rough and dressed lumber of
all kinds now on hand at the
Williams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough
lumber $15 per thousand.
Grain taken at market price in
exchange for fruit at Dan Fisk's
Ranch, one and a half miles east
of John Day. Apples 75 cents
per sack. 51-52
Hon C. W. Parrish arrived hero
from Canyon City Tuesday after
noon to remain an indefinite time
with his daughter, Mrs. Win
Gowan. Geo. Solinger brought
him over.
Say, W. A. Goodman is ready
to saw your wood for you this
nice weather. Tell nun wnero
your wood pile is by 'phone do
not wnit until bad weather and
then all want it sawed at once.
47tf
C. II. Voegtly and son Nick
and I. Schwartz went over to
Bend Sunday. The former went
on down to Portland, Mr. Sch
wartz and Nick returning home
the following day. They were
accompanied in by J. II. Eggles
ton, a business man of Bend
who spent several days here on
business.
We Want
YOU
. TO
COME TO OUR STORE
FOR YOUR WINTER WEAR
As our goods are constantly arriving we can
offer you the latest as well as some of
the biggest and best bargains in
liiuliftH Winter Di-ohh OooiIh, Winlor CoiiIh,
Swoutur Coal H, Woolen Undnnvour, IOtc.
Moiih Hwivy Wintci' ContH, Sheep Linod Con tn,
Duck Lined CoiiIh, mid Wintor AlnckiimwH
Moiih Woolen Underwear, Flooco Lined Uudnr
wear, Shirt 8, G'npn, MIUoiih, OvorHhooH etc.
I. SCHWARTZ
- General Merchandise -
flasonlc Building, - - Burns, Oregon
E. C. Eggleston was up from
Sunset yesterday.
Wanted - Work for mnn and
wife on ranch - Inquire at this
office. 51tf
Remember! E. R. Griffin has
fine winter pasture and hay,
cheap. Narrows, Oregon. 51tf
i
J Dr. II. Denmanwasin tho city
j during the week having just re
turned from outside points. He
was looking after business af
fairs.
I Clay Clemens mill is tho near
lest one to Burns where all kinds
I of lumber both rough and dress
cd can be had. Near Canyon
j road. Call him by 'phone.
Choice relinquishments; deeded
land, and homestead locations
close to Malheur Lake and R. R.
E. R. GRIFFIN,
51 tf Narrows, Oregon
THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK OF
j BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
j $100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
INVITED.
I. L. Poujadc was down from
his Cow Creek homo Sunday,
having brought his daughter,
Miss Mary, down after spending
Sunday at home.
Do not take any chances have
hay, grain or other property in
sured in the Reliable Aelna &
Hartford Insurance Companies.
41 Inland Empire Realty Co.
C. B. Ausmus, John Oard and
Charles Oard were in the city
the first of the week on land busi
ness. Mr. Ausmus "informs us
his son Dick is now in the navy
and Oimond is in school at Cor
vallis. Mrs A. Venator was in tho city
for several days this week hav
ing some dental work done. She
was accompanied in by E. J.
Noble and Mr. Tipton. Dick
Noble comes in so seldom that he
has to get acquainted all over
again.
W. II. Robins was in from his
Crow Camp homo this week de
livering some fruit. Ho was ac
companied by his wife. Mr.
Robins had a fine fruit crop this
season and is likely to have tho
same crop each future season
as lie knows how to caro for his
orchard.
Mrs. J. W. Sayer, who is in
poor health, will return to Port
land on tho advico of her physi
cians. Shu spent the summer on
the coast and thought she had
sufficiently recovered as to Bpcnt
tho winter at homo. She will bo
accompanied by her daughters,
Misses Agnc3 and Dorothy, tho
former will take advantage of
the timo by studying photogra
phy. Tho Times-Hearald has just
learned thru Dr. Elizabeth Ellis,
president of the Ladies After
noon Club, that tho Mothers'
Club has recently added 08 fine
new volumes to the juvenilo de
partment of the public library.
This addition is of a high char
actor and should bo appreciated
by tho patrons. These women
clubs are doing a great work to
ward tho botterment of condi
tions in Burns and surrounding
country and nro ontitled to en
couragement in their unselfish
work,
Frank Cattersonnnd wife were
in tho city Thursday,
C. C. Couch was in on land
business yestcrdny.
Otus Sizcmoro is over from his
homo nenr tho Warm Springs.
Fresh homo mado lard 17c. at
Hansen's Meat Market.
W. L. Beat was a business
visitor from Silver Creek yesterday.
A sulky plow for sale at Mc
Kinnon's White Front Bam.
Clms. Wilson is prepared to
take horses to pasture and win
ter. 49tf
II. Elliott was among our visit
ors from the lake section this
week.
Calves nro dying with Black
Leg got your vaccino at Tho
Welcomo Pharmacy.
T. M. Fitchet and little Hon
wcro in the city tho first of this
week.
Hagcy & Lundy chattels, small
loans, acreago city property. In
I. 0. 0. F. Bldg, Burns, Oregon.
Young woman wants position
as stenographer and bookkeeper.
Experienced in olfico work. -In
quire at this office. ltf
G. W. Clevcngcr can please
you in wnll paper. The very
latest designs arc on hand and a
variety never before equalled.
Piano for sale or trade for cat
tle or good gentle work .horses.
Inquire of W. W. Drinkwater, of
Burns.
, Tom Allen wns in from thd P
Ranch a few days this week
visiting his family and looking
nfter business.
0. S. Preston was in tho city
yesterday. He states tho recent
rains have been more or less par
tial as his neighborhood has had
but little.
Mrs. Geo. Sizemore, agent, for
Victor Ijidies' Tailoring Co., in
vites the ladies of Burns to call
and see new fall and wintersam
ples. 47tf
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
INVITED.
A. Dunn will have charge of
my wood business in Burns this
winter. Dry wood on hand to
any part of town F. 0. Jackson.
52. tf
Oren Thompson was in the city
last Monday atW'nding to some
business affairs preparatory to
leaving for Eugene where he
goes to visit his fnther.
Those who contemplate going
to tho railroad or other points
for supplies nre invited to call on
W. E. Huston in the Odd Fellow
building and get his prices. It
will be worth while.
Patrons can find no room to
complain or ask a greater variety
of wall paper than the late con
signment received by G. W.
Clevenger. It is the greatest
shipment of late design wall pa
per ever displayed in Burns.
Dr. Tillson Hnrrison will arrive
hero today from Drewsey and
will at once occupy his offices on
tho second floor of the Times
Herald building. The Doctor
is accompanied by his family and
will become a permanent resident
of this city.
D. Porter and son L. E., have
been visiting at tho homo of
Bert Porser in Sunset for some
time. They aro father and
brother of Bert. Mr. Porter Sir.
is a resident of Portland and the
son, who was recently mnrricd,
is going to makohis homo in this
county.
Wo aro selling agents for the
Harney Valley Improvement
Company lands, tho choice lands
of a 200,000 aero tract. Theso
lands arc on the market on a ten
year payment plan. If you want
a good farm, investigate theso
lands and terms. 37
MOTIIERSIIEAP & DONKCJAN.
"Tho Girl of tho Golden West"
will bo produced by the Tonu
wama Stock Company next Sat
urday night. A farewell per
formance for Carl Wolker, tho
veteran theatrical man who has
been with Tonawama sinco it
was opened. Seat on salo at the
usual price and place and reser
vations may bo mado at any timo.
Tho bazaar at Tonawama next
Friday under the management
of tho domestic Bcienco depart
ment of tho high school will bo
opened in tho afternoon at 4
o'clock. Tho young ladies will
sell tea, cake, candy and ico
cream. Thoso who have ordered
cakes may secure them at that
timo. Thoro will bo soveral novel
booths and during the evening
thero will bo a social danco in
connection. Bo Buro to patronize
theso young ladies and givo thorn
encouragement especially is this
directed to tho young men for it
mav hannen ono of them may be
your regular cook at no distant
time.
OFFICIAL ELECTION COUNT
Complete Returns Of The Vote Cast Last
Tuesday Thruout This County
The following totnls aro taken
from tho official count of the voto
of Ilarnoy ceunty:
PRESIDENT.
Taft, rap 78
Wilson, dem. . . . 542
Clmfln, prohi 10
Debs, hoc 141
Roosevelt, prog 170
CONGRESSMAN.
Abercrombie, soc 159
Cleaver, prohi 80
Graham, dem 401
Sinnott, rop 55G
U. S. SENATOR.
Bourne, Pop. Gov 184
Clark, prog 40
Lane, dem 431
Paget, prohi 17
Ramp, hoc 131
Selling, rep 440
SECRETARY STATE.
Kennedy, prog CO
Olcott, rep 574
Reddaway, soc 551
Ryan, dem. . . 376
White, prohi 25
SUPREME JUDGE.
Bright, prohi 30
Enkin, rep. 553
Slater, dem 419
Weaver, soc 159
DAIRY COMMISSIONER.
Brazce, soc. 156
Dunbar, prohi. 40
Lea, dem 450
Mickle, rep 468
RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.
Atchinson, rep. .
Anderson, dem.
Mclmffcy, ind. . .
Service, prog
DISTRICT ATTORNEY,
Aker, dem
Brooke, rep
STATE SENATOR.
Mahoii. dem
Stewart, rep
REPRESENTATIVE.
I Ionian, dem. -.
Hurley, rep
Kemp Hardisty and wife are
in the city.
P. G. Smith is back from a trip
to Pendleton with cattle.
Services will bo held at the
Baptist church tomorrow morn
ing at tho usual hour.
Remember W. A. Goodman is
prepared to roll your barley, bale
hay and saw wood. 37
147Tho family of C. B. McConnell
469
403
99
513
62-1
735
459
523
59G
COMMISSIONER.
Bain, rep 510
Haley, soc
Sizemore, dem
SHERIFF.
Comcgys, dem
.229
505
Limiting uUilo foud InflEuflSu
ncBs, yes 542, no 313.
County bonding act, yes 370,
no 408.
Limiting county road indedted
ness, yes 432, no 835.
Providing method of consolida
ting cities and creating new
counties, yes, 301, no 397.
Incomo tax amendment, yes
453, no 338.
Tax exemption on household
effects, yes 478, no 387.
Tax, oxemptiou on monoys and
credits, yes 434, no 419.
RoviHing inheritance tax law,
yes 344, ns 393.
Freight rates act, yes 550, no
232.
County road bonding act, yos
335, no 406.
Abolishing senate, proxy yot
ing, yes 257, no 474.
Single tax, yes 247, no 570.
Abolishing capital punishment,
yes 814, no 570.
Prohibiting boycotting, yes 383,
no 430.
Giving tne mayor authority to
control street speaking, yes 365,
no 467.
Appropriation for university,
yes, 221, no 563.
Appropriation for university,
yes 208, no 552.
Court house, yes 778, no 891.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
Few People
who try to "be their own banker" make
a permanent financial success.-
This bank insures the safety of funds of
depositors and makes it possible for
them to conserve their financial resources
j Your Business Invited
'-V.
Harney County.
National Bank
"YOUR HOME INSTITUTION"
Resources Over $400,000.00
BURNS, HARNEY CO. OREGON
Goodman, rep. . .
Klinkenburg, soc.
Richardson, ind. .
..401
.. 352
....89
...493
587
179
480
CI.ERK.
Egglestcn. dem 439
Schwartz, soc 133
Waters, rop 730
TREASURER.
Howard, hoc. 97
Lewis, dem 557
Miller, rep 666
ASSESSOR.
Callow, dem 564
Donegan, rep 596
Roder, soc 12-1
SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
Hamilton, rep 734
Newton, dem 494
SURVEYOR.
Beery, dem
Embroo, hoc
Gowan, .ep.
CORONER.
Clovenger, rep. G99
Denman, dem 483
AMENDMENTS.
Equal suffrage, yes 554, no 491
Lieutendnnt-governor amend
ment, yes 429, no 447.
Divorce local and stnte taxa
lion, yes 497, no 383.
Permitting different tax rates
on classes of property, yes 500,
no 360.
Repeal of county tax option,
yes 582, no 336.
Majority rulo amendments, yes
288, no514T
Double liability 6n bank stock
holders, yes 588, no 164.
State wide public utilities re
gulatioiiH, yes 471, no 3 J 2.
Creating Cascade county, yes
213, no 450.
Millngo tax for university and
agricultural college, yes 870, no
406
Majority rulo on initiative laws
yes 334, no 426.
County bonding and road con
struction net, yes 412, no 382.
Creating state highway de
partment, yes 202, no 609.
Changing date Btate printer bill
becomes effective, yes 268, no 475.
Creating office of hotel inspec
tor, yes 246, no 583.
Eight-hour day on public works
yos 530, no 331.
Blue-sky law, yos 395, no 892.
Prohibiting private employ
ment of convicts, yes 588, no 294
Relating to employment of
county and city prisoners, yes 560,
no 297.
Stato road bonding net, yes 250,
no 527.
hayo gone to Nebraska where
they will spend the winter with
relatives. Mac. is now a discon
solate bachelor.
Chas. Johnson came in from
Portland yesterday. We under
stand ho nnd his wife intend to
again take up their permanent
residence in this city.
Services tomorrow nt tho Pres
byterian church, 11 a m, nnd 7:30
p m. Subject for morning "Pow
er for Service." Evening theme
"Signs and Evidences." A cor
dial welcome awaits you.
Geo. A. Smyth and wife have
just returned from Malheur coun
ty where the latter had been nt
the bedside of her mother, Mrs.
Seaweard, who died a few days
ago. Deceased was a highly re
spected pioneer lady of Eastern
Oregon.
Jake Welcome arrived home
yesterday from his visit to Dr.
and Mrs. Marsden in California.
He left the Doctor improving in
health. Dr. Griffith, who accom
panied him out, did not return
with Mr. Welcome, stopping en
route to visit relatives.
Tonawama pictures again to
night and toworrow night The
management is being compli
mented on the excellence of the
picture shows nnd an increasing
patronage is evidence of tho sat
isfaction given. The pictures to
night nnd tomorrow will bo no
exception to the rule of the house
the best.
Died In this city yesterday
afternoon, Lester, the little son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hibbard,
aged four years. The little fel
low had been ailing some timo
but his parents did not consider
it serious until last week. The
funeral will bo held tomorrow.
Tho bereaved relatives have tho
sympathy of this community.
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
te
J
Cause of Intomna.
Tho most common cause of in
somnia is disorders of the stom
ach and constipation. Chamber
lain's Tablets correct these dis
orders and enablo you to sleep.
For sale by all dealers.
NOTICE FOR D1DS.
Bids will bo considered by tho
County Court of Hnrnoy county
for exporting tho books of tho
yarious county officers from Jan
uary 1, 1910 to December 31,
1912; Bnid bids to be opened at
2 o'clock p m Saturday, Novem
ber 23, 1912. The court reserves
tho right to reject any or nil
bids.
E. B. Waters,
County Clork.
Take Foley Kidney Pills
TONIO IN ACTION QUICK IN RKtULTt
Oct rid of your Deadly Kidney
Aliments, that cpet you a high price
In endurance of pain, loie of lime and
money. Other nave cured tbemtelvea ol
KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISEASES
by the prompt and timely ut of FOLEY
KIDNEY PILL8. Stone BACKACHE.
HEADACHE, and ALL tha many other
trouble thatfollowDlBEAMttUKJunuxB
and URINARY IRREGULARITIES.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS will CURB any
r... nf KIDNEY andBLADDBRTROUB
LB not beyond tho reach ol medicine. No
medicine cell U9 raw.
If You Want ALL, The Home News
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BRENTON & HICKS, Props.
Old nnd New Patrons Will Find tho Best Brands Here
"Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Good Service, Courteous Treatment
DROP IN Main Street Burns, Oregon
Now's the Time
- TO
TALK ABOUT
STOVES
We Have 'Em
In All Styles, Sizes
And Prices, Get Your
Home In Shape For
Winter. Ke Comfort
ableGet A Heater!
We Also Handle A Full
Line Of Kitchen Utensils.
Granite Ware. Camp Stoves.
Saws. Axes, Pumps. Piping.
Paints. Varmshes, Brushes.
Oils. Stains. Glass. Etc.
Headquartes For Hardware
GEEK & CUMMINS

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