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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1901)
Schwartz & Budelman
E veryone adhires it
C. F. McKinney i* down from
his saw mill.
A BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Polk Gearhart, of Drewsev, was
Oae Tu Be Started la Burns, Nut
in town yerterday.
Experiment But As a Perma
Chas Comegvs, of Wagontire,was
in town Thursday.
The small bov, tip can and dog
are much in evidence lately.
We are now ready to fill your orders for FALL and
¡I WINTER SUPPLIES
Prof. M. E. Rixby, once princi
pal of the Medford business college,
Up to date Fur Garments I N.
has been in our city for several
'i >i... The Suit or Overcoat that comes from Our
Brown 4 Sons, Burn*, Oregon
days interviewing our citizens in
1 .tore. It is correct in Style, perfect in Fit and
Fresh fruit arriving daily at regard to establishing a business
your inish, and low in Price.
Waters’ Fruit and Produce store.
He met with such success that a
To close out the stock Mrs. C. A.
Byrd has reduced ladies under school will be opened on November
4th. Much is due to Mavor Ken
yon for the launching of this enter
Fruit jars at Geer 4 Cummins
prise for it was to him that Mr.
that are warranted against break
Rixby first went and explained the
terms he wished to starton. These
Painters are at work giving the terms of course, requested some
the Cal Geer residence a new coat little financial aid from our citi v>
zens and Mr. Kenyon, seeing the
Irving Hazeltine, of Canvon City requirements were very reasonable,
is here visiting his sister, Mrs J. promptly went to work.
Our citizens responded nobly, as
only enterprising and wide awake «
S W. Miller informs us that his
men will do, and a suitable room
wife will stay in Canyon City for
was secured which will be fur Ì
three or four weeks.
by them. Prof. Rixby !
Teamsters are taking advantage1^ <ks for nothing better than to
of the good weather and many are take his chances for the rest.
starting for the railroad.
m ,. i (
The Professor comes highly re
Mrs. G. W. Waters is very sick commended and has testimonials
and at present writing there seems from Medford citizens that we
know would not attach their names
little change for the better.
thereto if the recipient were not ìì
„ LADIES: Have you seen our cloaks? New Raglans,
worthy. He is a man of determi
present is a good milk and dairy
New Long Coats, New Capes. Also Children's Jackets
nation and always sees a “silvery
ranch and one that will stay.
at ridiculously low prices.
lining through every dark cloud.”
Look out for a squall in a few
Last Thursday evening a meet
LADIES! Do not buy your Shoes until you have
days, says our weather prognosti ing was held at Parrish ti Rem-
seen the “VICTORIA.” It’s a Winner.
cator. How's your wood pile.
bold’s office and a board of regents
We have sulky plows, walking and finance committee were elect
plows,gang plows at railroad prices ed, as follows: I. S. Geer, James
JOHN GEM BERLIN«,
Dalton, Gus Rembold and H. E.
Full stock.—Geer 4 Cummins.
Thompson, hoard of regents C. E •Teweler.
Lunaburg 4 Dalton have re
Kenyon L. Woldenberg and IL M.
ceived a consignment of ladies hats
Fine Watch Repairing A
Horton, finance committee.
which you are invited to call and
tertainment program to which all
NEXT POOH TO !■
Mrs. C. A. Bonnett has thorough are cordially invited.
For cash are numerous,
bred Plymouth Rock and Wyandott
With the usual push and energy
are offering special bargains
Encourage the business college. roosters for sale at 11 each. Leave that is manifested by the citizens
large orders. You can’t afford to
Harry Smith will burn another orders at this office.
of this community given to this en-
do without such comforts when the
According to press dispatches 'terprise we bespeak for it a phe-
lot of brick.
price is within your reach.
cavalry horse hunter is still nomina! success.
AS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
Ladies rib vests at Miller 4
WALL PAPER in the very latest
j ANY NEWSVAPER IN THIBOOÜNTY
designs and in varied patterns.
! are bringing a good fi ure.
Ladies Fur Collarette N. Blown
, Try those warranted fruit jars at
You simply can’t do better else
BATURUAY. OCTOBER 1». ITO1
C. H. Voegtly lias just received 4 Sons, Burns, Oregon.
Geer fc Cummins.
where. We have a team on the
Ladies Fur Capes & Jackets N
a car load of plows and harrows of
1 road with some new and special de-
all sizes, and lias put a price on Brown 4 Sons, Burns, Oregon.
signs in this line.
The absolute simplicity of
ting in another bath tub.
them that will make thet.i go.
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John G. Saxton has opened a,
the EASTMAN KODAKS
We do upholstering to order and
Ladies Fur Collarettes N. Brown
Those Sunday dinners at Mrs I. law office in the old office building
has been the secret of their
fit you out with a couch or bed
4 Sons, Burns Oregon.
S. Geer’s are becoming more popu formerly occupied by Capt Waters
C J Merrill h is organized an-
success, in fact so easy has
lounge in anv style desired. Call
. Comereial Hotel is headquarters lar. Meal tickets can be bad upon
jther singing class
photography become that
and see patterns of coverings, trim
Don’t buy your plow until you
application—21 meals for $5.
1 for Comereial traveling men.
any bright boy or girl of
Goods are ariving in large quan-
have looked through C. H. Voetly'»
All prices have been reduced 20. slock.
10 years can successfully
Up to date Fur Garments N
Just received a car load
lilies for our user, bants.
per cent at Jorgenson's, except sta- of them.
accomplish every step it.
Silk waist ami dress patterns at Brown 4 Sons, Burns, Oregon.
tianerv, which has been lower than
picture taking, from ‘press
Price Withers, of Harney has re-
Miller 4 Thompson’s.
any place in town. Call and see. | We have the best stock of
ing the button” to "doing
paper and Japanese matting ever!
Bab-d hay at Lunaburg 4 Dal (turned from his visit to the
Our Mock and farm machinery ! brought from the railroad. —Burns
1 lamette valley.
ton’*. } cent a p ’U d.
We have a full line of
was never more complete. Seeders, Furniture Co.
F or S ale —One lot and two
Kodaks and are al
Ladies Fur Capes 4 Jackets N
houses situated on B street, In- plows, cultivators, drills, anything
Mr. R D. Maplesden. aeent for
ways glad to explain them
Brown & fons, Burns, Oregon.
.quire of Paul Locher.
to anyone interested in
Jack Darst, of Pine creek, is in j The Old reliable Albany, Oregon.
Miss Alma Bowers.of Harney was g T
Elam Cays and family, of liar-
Nurseries, wishes to announce to
this fascinating amure-
a visitor to our burg, Thursday.
' ney, were the guests of Mr. and town. He reports work on the file citizens of Harney county that
James Pirie and wife, of Harnev, Mrs. Morris Thursday.
mine* at Idol city still progressing he will deliver nursery stock at
CITY DRUG STORE
were visitors in our city since last
H. M. H ohton , Propt.
John Budelman and Hank Fel and the miners sanguine of a for Burns, on Monday, Nov. 4. He will
j also deliver nursery stock at Drewsy i
ton visited the lakes the first of the tune ahead.
lot Friday, Nov. 1st. All who have
A complete line of tinware, gran week and report bunting good.
Parties owing me are hereby-
ordered nursery stock from Mr. j
ite »nd erockerv just in at G. U .,
Mr. Mertz, of Shasta county,Cal, given notice that no one is author
Maplesden are urgently requested
an uncle of Mrs A. Tupker, is here; ized to make collections, but all ac
to meet him on that div. All
Mart Bakerand wife were in town /visiting relatives. He may stay: counts must be paid to me.
whose orders amount to ♦ 10.00 or
from the Warm springs the first of all winter.
J ames E vans .
more, who come or send for their
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Byrd left nursery stock on the day of deliv
Domestics and nurses seem to be
J. IL Oord was among those in demand and any one desiring for Prineville last Sunday morning
ery will be presented with one cf
on our streets from out of meh employment might do well to by private conveyance to visit Mrs. our celebrated
town this week
Byrd’s mother. They will be ab Apples worth $1.00. All whose
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Mrs Roy McGee, who has been , Miaa Mabel Hedrick, of Taylor sent about two weeks.
orders are less than ♦ 10.00 will re
sick for several days, m getting ville, Cal., a sister of Mrs. C. G | Mrs. Shaw, nee Weeks, of Prairie ceive one of our celebrated Hima
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alone a* well as possible.
Smith and Mrs' G. W. Young, is City, ia in town accompanied by laya Blackberries, worth 1.50. All
her daughter Nellie. They are orders Left on the delivery ground»
You can't do better than get our her* visiting.
here for the perpose of haying Miss after the day of delivery are at the
tprices on farm machinery at this
Mrs. Shaver left Thursday morn
risk of the party wuo gave the or--
Nellie treated for hip disease.
time—Geer 4 Cummins.
ing for Tacoma where she goes to
Mr. Mapleaden extend* a
Geo. Hagey and Roy McGee re see to the settling up of her deceas-1 John Deere plows are the best
cordial invitation to all who are in
turned form Huntington Monday ed brother's estate.
i sulkies, walking plows, or any kind terested in Horticulture, to visit the
where they went after supplies.
The stone work on the Catholic
For firwt dare
of plow at C. 11. Voegtly’*. and get delivery ground*, at Himon lewis'
Quite a number of persons from church is about completed and the
them at reduced prices. Call and house, whether you have ordered
I^wen were in town during the building will soon be in the hands be convinced.
■ nursery stock or not.
Warner 4 Maplesden.
week attaivd. g to business affairs of the carpenters and finishers.
The property of John Maher, de
Considerable plowing ia being ceased.was sold at Harney.Wednes
We still carry a stock of lumber
A complete stock of.everything
and shingle- it mill prices freight done this fall by the ranchers and day by acting administrator, C. \
an up-to-date shop. Their
added. Tern,« ftrictlv cash.— next year it favorable, will see a Sweek. All the personal property
are sight, (jive them a
Luna berg 4 Dalton.
was «old but one wagon and a
quantity of hav, the sum aggregat COFFEE, TEA AND BAKING
Those dr* wing premium* at the |
SOUTH MAIN ST., BUNNS.
fair are notified that said premium*
An Associated Press dispatch ing iMei
will be paid off on next M nilay at states that President Roosevelt ha* | F M Jordan, the surveyor, has
Lunaberg « Dalton's store.
removed Geo. Hayes from his posi- been quite busy lately surveying Next week only we will sell,
as register of the land office at and locating reservoir site* for
son and wife .of Prine-
J. T. GARMrrT
vilte, who have been '..ere visiting Ibis place.
desert claimant*. He just returned Red Seal Soda, rocta per pound.
relative* sit < • fair week, left last
We want to talk to you shout the flret of the week from the south Blue Point Oysters. 35c» size at
Tuesday Morning for born*
plows drills cultivators, »seder* etc eastern part of the county where he
LEWIS 4 GARRET, I’nor■».
O Calk ins returned from the We have a full stock on Land at did some work for Ellie Brown and 2 oct size at 15 rents.
south maim street .
railroad tti‘- week and reports th*
barn has just been com
road* ia. gr- I condition with
You will all read, of course, what
and mV patron, will I«
exception of dust in a few place*.
There will be preaching services
Mr. *n-l Mr* Ja-'k Dun«t»n have in tbs Presbyterian church of copied on oar first page What if
returned r m Bourne. Baker coun Burns th* second and third Ban Burn* was a railroad terminal *
ts, wber- tbev went after their dar* in October instead of the I And Mr Wood is certainly in touch cash ofll), and will be
BALED HAY FOR HALE
third and fourth Sundays. Services '
bowse bnl J go ^s and tb*y will *1 the usual boar morning and with sooaethiog that make* I m « u next week only.
Your Patronage Solicited
hereafter make their home in this evening. Every b<>dr is invited to,
G. W. WATERS & BROTHER.
vailev. rWelcmne folk*
attend there serviov.
FALL AND WINTER HATS:
We have used our best hat in-
tc. elligence in gathering styles for
zou. Hats conformed to the head.
-TSew, nobbysofthats in all shades,
EXAMINE THEM—GET PRICES.
That you will receive honest value in every arti-
buy, and that we will underseli any le-
gitimate competitor from 2 to ¿5 per cent, and to
cheerfully reeund your money should you be
dissatisfied with any article we sell you.
This will convince you we merit not part of your |
trade, but all of it.
N. BROWN & SONS.
Fancy shirts, gloves, underwear, neck-
wear and mackintoshes. Do any of these
3 suggest a need?
WE SELL EVERYTHING TO EAT, WEAR ANDUSE.
S chwartz & B udelm an ,
he Times-jierald. i
ELEGANT BED ROOM SETS,
various styles in dressers, chiffon
iers, commodes, ladies combination
cabinets, sideboards, etc. Exten
sion tables, library tables, center
tables, dining chairs, rockers, cots,
iron beds, children’s cribe, couches,
window shades, curtain rods and
trimmings In fact we have every
thing carried in an up to date fur
Be sure to get our prices on car
pets, mattings, mattresses, pillows,
kitchen oil cloth, tin>oatry portiers,
building paper, curpet lining, pic
BURNS FURNITURE CO.
HOPKINS à HUNTER'S
When ready to purchase your
fall supplies don’t forget the old
reliable O. C. Co., Huntington.
Our lines are now lull and com
píete, and at prices as low as the
NEW FEED BARN.