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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1903)
Schwartz ¿k G U de! man.
Only a sm».H portion of our Spring Goods
Teams non enroute from therail-
road cu.th a big lot including fr^sh Groceries.
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Grain, Grain N. Bro • <1 A Sons
Dick Martin snd fau.iiy w - ti i.i
John Budvlman is suffering from 1 the city Thursday
A new line of combs for ladies
¿AS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION ÛF
Brown A Sons.
Have V"ti seen the new line of
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
ladies belts at N. Brown A Son«.
Chas Wilson and wife are both <
SATURDAY MAY 2. 1-03
1 Sylvester Smith was in the city : atllicted with grip.
a few days this week.
See our window display of toilet
Swell Suits for the Swells, at articles—II. W. Welcome A Co.
Friedrich the Tailor
G. Griffin was up from Narrows i
business the first of the week.
C. F. McKinney went up to the
Buster Cawltield was with us a
^a.v or two this week.
Give us a list of what you re
Several cases of our Spring saw milt Wednesday.
Bromus Inermous or Brome
Extra quality whole Cod Fish ■ quire and we will make you the
lowest prices—N. Brown A Sons.
Drv Goods were received this Grass seed for sale Geer A Cum- for family use nt Huston’«.
Tents, wagon covers, stockmen’s
¡' Joe Morris was confined to his
week which includes new Per mun9
Tom Stephensis again with us. room several days this week suf canvas bid covers and camp stoves
nt Geer A Cummins'.
cales, Lawns, N lulls, Ginghams, having returned' home last Satur- ■ fering from a severe cold,
Burpee's garden seeds are guar- Calico Reduced—N. Brown A Sons.
Calico, Elegant things in Silk I 3 day.J. L. Sitz the I.awen merchant, anteed
and fresh, date 1903 .Thrtad
I was a business visitor to our city on every pure
sealed package.— (Jeer
and Fancy Shirt W aists, Skirts, this week.
to show your form I
Wrappers, Ladies’. Vests, Ko- Sheriff Allen is on a bn8!nep6 J. M. Dalton was the unable
get your I
trip to the southern part of the 1 tend his iluties
Tnonas, etc. Come in at once county.
! week on account of an
| riyli's, the Tailor.
Order your clothes fruin Friedrich jKr|P-
and look at the new things.
Hon. M. R Biggs, for several
the Tailor, he knows how to cut | C
—I can sell vou
Soir e un»*xc* lh*d values in Shoes—some being marked
as high as $3 »50—now being sold at the low figure of
and $L00 per p^ir.
EXA.^INZ OUR SWOS
B A ?? Q A 8
C D UNTER
Wo have CUT THE PRICE of
Wo 1 Blankets and Quilts. You
can buy now and save money
LAO K ’ VySAR
We would be much
pleased to show you
our line of dress goods
suitable for Spring.
Some very beautiful
things in Organdies,
Dimities, Lawns, Per-
House cleaning time, is near at hand and the good house
keeper will he considering the proposition of a new car-
pe' and a change in the wall paper. Our new line of
Carpet and Wall Paper samples are ready for inspection
We can quote prices that cannot help but please. The
¡patterns in botii carpet and wall pip-r are 14)03. and ns
W< handle t l v by sample, cur prin s are much lower
th.*n where a large am :nt is invested. Beside» it ivee
»In purchaser a large uesorlmeiit from which to choose.
Besides !;avirg a large
assortment, of suits f<r
men w« have s* me very
handseme styles for the
boys. We irv te mo hers
to Inspect them
are nv 11 mad and have
the yzc i ring qualities.
A number of sty!' s
to chco. e from. Al* o
Hats» Caps, £hi<?s
Urderw ar. ; hoes
Cur m-'n a:.d boys chthing is worthy of inspection.
The d »th is m ide by the best mills and the garments
made by experienced tailors.
«The -MOUNT HOOD*’ Shirt made in Oregon
by White labor. They give satisfalicn—that’s why we
carry hern. Try one and you wear no other.
UNDERWEAR FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
«I' -igner subscription reduced to W." p- r year This
Kt1 l ei'
I* g ■ >d idy until May 3l»t—do tot delay—
Mt, ' i u« “n et», tn j^istage at once and you will receive
^■h- I*e»ig “r monthly by mail one year.
^pl ANDARD PATTERNS are the Lesl. Cost a little
■mi"'re, but it will pay you to t-.“«.thero.
■ Car li e ci Groceries canwt be exaalltd
We mast yoa
cs yjir Spr -g order. We cao please y:a. Call and
9«t pries Car stock is cctapíete.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
g SCHWARTZ A, BUDELMAN
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piace w iruuuinLbiùa Gi\gon
Our Prices are Positively the Low
est. Our Stocks New and Fresh
and Complete to the Smallest De
tail. Some of our Leaders are:
John Deere Plows
Big 4 Mowers
Harvesters 5: Binders
Bridge & Beach 5teei
Ranges and Cook Stoves.
and make them fit.
1 Cha«. A. Stevens special order suit« years a practicing attorney of this
place, but now a resident of Prine-'
Geo. Curtis made us a flying at ft «real reduction. Agent,
ville, has l>?cn appointed County !
visit this week, leaving Wednesday
Mrs I has \\ tl.-on.
Judge of Crook county by Governor
to catch the hor«e rodeo.
J ''Assessor J. E E. Loggan lia« g'»’* [chamberlain i, vice W. A. Booth re
/Wm. Clark, th» joyial mwehaut ow to lb. Drewry and Pin» Creek signed.
‘ _ Dick” has
of Lawen, was circulating among , 8ecl'on to ’ntl‘riiew the ProP*'rl.'. frjelid8 ¡n (^¡g C0U11|v> who rejoice
his friends in Burns this week.
¡owner‘> uf ,hese »lace8'
in his success a
The clothes that Friedrich, the! Fnederich, the Tailor is now | Mrs I. N. llilghet this week re
is Tailor, makes right here do not get comfortably located in the build- ceived the sad intelligence of the
■ out of shape after the first ran'(e|jjce Hll(j a|ready has several or- ! death of her father, George I'ford,
Ider« for suits
M. \ . Baker and wife,Isaac Con- , Foreman Andrews of the White 28th. The gentleman had been ill
slant and W. B. Parker and wife i|l)rje raneli, Thos, O’Brien and 1 for a year mid his age was 69 years.
I were al) in on land business this j Win. Thoma.“ were in this week-' Mrs llughet's many friends here
extend their sympathy, The same
having brought in the body of L.
letter which «nnounced the death
I Geo Waters has gone to Portland II. Rager for burial.
of her father also stated that one
to buy the spring invoice of goods
Sulky, gang and walking plow.“ of Mr. and Mrs A. Reineman’s
i for the firm of U ater«, linger A Disc drills, barrows and cultivators children was very sick from typhoid
: Fenwick. He expect» to return at Geer A Cummins’. We buy fever.
these goods by the car load and
' next week.
\V. I), llanley has been in the
Strength and vigor come of good
food, duly digested. “Force,” n to suit the times and lower than city the past week from Bums, a
3 i ready-to seive wheat and bai ley the lowest.
guest at the Hotel Ontario. Ilel
Chas. Hemrner, of Stocton, Cal , states the first shipment of stock |
food, adds no burden, but sustains,
| nourishes, invigorates.
accomp inii'd by his wife and little steers, consisting of 2500 >>C‘'tl, I
® J. F. Mahon was in from Ander- child, was in the city a few days will be delivered here between
' son valley the first of the week. He
I informed us the lambing season is
Hanley states that lie will do all
( about over with him and that lie permanently.
his shipping, as usual, from |
Write for our prices oti Plows, Ontario this season.— Argus.
saved a very good per cent. Mr
9 0 • 9
r Mahon will soon begin shearing Wagons, i)ain Bucks. Hacks, Disei
Harrows, Wool Bags, Sheep sheni»,|
L. II. Rager Accidently Killed.
g Wagons, wagons; We will sell and
yon a Mitchell, Rushford or Web-,
A very sad and fatal nccident
are in the market to sell goods.
occured at the White Horse ranch
her Farm Bed Wagon;
Malheur Mercantile Co
3j Cjtfel Skein................... « 85 00
Ontario, Oregon last Monday by which Len II.
Rager lost his life. Deceased and !
We wish to call your attention to
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another teamster were coupling a
the new ad of Lunaburg ■<£ Dalton
Send your order« to 11«. 0 C. Co.
trail wagon, the other driving
in this issue. This old time firm while Mr. ILigi-r was »tearing the
D. H. Smyth and wife were in is receiving new goods and the
the Trotting Stallion, with a r.,»-.- h ird of 2:281,
short tongue on to the “horn.” lie
from Happy valley this week, hav- public is invited to call and see
525.0t» for i ho «eatou
missed his aim and the two wagons
iug com? in to help celebrate the them.
the Thoroupl.ii i Stull'vn, i-1200 for Ilio
came together, catching his bend
I 0. 0. F. anniversary and also to
Great Millinnry sale—Big reduc ami neck between them crushing
the ( Ivderdale S',¡Hi n. 4:12.(It.1 fir the re ¡.on.
attend the commencement exercis I tion in Ladies’ and Childrens’
liis skull from which he died in
es of the Citizen« Business College.
striet ha's. Don’t overlook on« of stantly.
I e k, I"
They left for home Thursday after the greatest bargains eyer in Burns.
Plie body was brought to Burns,
Cull at the home of Mrs. G. W a distance of 150 miles and the re- I
Look tor th scri/>!ions mnl parti ■lars nc.vt ¡reck-
Supl Gilcrest, of the P. L S Co. Cummins.
mains were interred in the I O. O. |
For Prtli'Jrccs an<l fuiilier / arlii nlars call on or
1 arrived here last Sunday. This is
A marriage license was issued F cemetery Thursday, Hurney address
his first visit for some time, he hav-
yesterday to Mr. II. F. Steele
and Lodge No 77 having charge of the
! ing just recently returned from a Miss EJith Crea.“m:m. , We nre funeral.
visit to Japan where he went for not informed as to the dale of the I Mr. Rager was about 30 years
th- I enetit of his health. His many 'wedding but can perhaps give an old and bad been in the employ of'
friend« in this section are glad to account of it in our next issue.
lhe P. L. S Co for nbouttwo years ,
He whs n member of Monroe Lodge
I learn he ha« recovered from his
Prof M. N. Bonham called at our No *289, 1.0 O. F., of Willow« Cal- ■
.'office yesterday and inform'd us
F or S ave —I will sell mv half that a little bry was born to Mr ifornia. lie was unmarried and
CALL AND.SEE THEM
interest in the blacksmith shop and and Mrs J B Bartlett early ye»ti r- leaves an ngid mother in Missouri
Just rcci-ivid from Ch i“. A Sb v-
tools situated on south Main street, day morning. M ther and child and one brother in Oklahoma.
,i'h» A Bro« i rifliion Piale« nini 1 Esili» -
i also the whole of the lot together are doing well but the professor’s
Child r» n'a Hata nr.d Bonncta.
«ample» of g • h I h for I. idl< - T.iilor
with my residence property with , recovery is doubtful as this is his
Ln. i ■ Sun ! orini te.
two lots. Would like to trade for first grandson.—Long Creek Light. ing an exemplary young man of „,Mde Suits, Clonk .. Sk irt«.Silk an 1
temjierate habits and genial nature i Co’bm Wsists, Knit and M ,-li.i
1 IX >\V JCHH.
stock or sell for cash.
County Clerk Rieder received n
1(1 1113' >SH.
' Underwear and Hosiery.
From a Cat Scratch
l.if. tnH and Satin Tufi-ta».
April 24lb saying that J E Mc
On the arm. to the worn aort of making, nnd solicit the patronng'
Il Y BUckmell, the wellknown Culley was lying At the point of a burn, aore or boil,DeWitt'» Witch of the ladii » of Burns and vicinity
lapìl S’ suini u isr pathrns
.cattleman, is »pending a week or death at that piece and making Ilaz-l Salve ia a quick cure. In
< reps il i Chine end YeTyfee.
M r » C iias W ii - on ,
two in the city. He ha» ltXX) head inquiry if he had any relatives here. buying WiP'li Hazel Salve, bi- par
(Cal Geer residi-nce )
Mrs. W;n. Cihii-iiirs. »
of cattle on the road from Harney Jack has many friends in this ticular t» get DeWitt'»—tlri» ia a
I county, which wil'. lie »hipped from ,county who will be sorry to learn »■live that heal» without leaving a
Huntington about the 1»t of Mav. of hi» death. The letter did not »car. A »|iecific for blind, blecil
dixoi . i rn>N notici - .
Thia wilt t>e the first large cattle give the nature of his illness.
ing, itching and protruding pile»
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The eo partnership heretofore
•hipment from here this MMon.—
The commencement exercises of Sold by Burna Druggiat».
JUST v. I’ i
<; E lot "¡I under th« firm 1 no
the Citixens Busin»«« College took
I take pleti'ure in annotine- H
of Vmgilv ifr Kenyon, Ims te en dis
W. C. Bvrd and C. II Leonard place Monday, Tuesday and Wed
leg to the pioppi of this see-
solved Ail parties knowing Iheni-
have been out al their ranch“» for nesday of this w».i k. The exercise»
Notice it hereby given that the
lioll that I have a nr w lii e of
.several day* returned Thursday were well atbmded »nd good pro undersigned executrix of th'- < istate »elv.’» indebted to the firm ple.i.-i
Call and settle at once.
anS iSftntntir fyt&'nfr, !•
They report everything lovely in grams were provided each evening of John W. Jone», deceased. did on
C II Voegtlv
n píete lib
that favored aection. They aleo There were four graduates from the Batnrdav.the 4th day of April 1903
C E Kenvoti
rejHirl jack rabbit» very numerous b'lsineesd nartment: Mi»« Vivian file her final account in the above
I ' llltifui cole
and say they will offer special in Hendrick», F O Ja< k»on, Walter name»! estat», and l»y order of lion
/#r//*o/r// the t f
ducements to the rabbit cannery in Cslkins, and Iz-»ter Hamilton In II C. I-evena, Judge of the County ‘
F (I I
Umatilla county to move over and lhe critic il contest between the Court of Harney Count», On gon, heifer bramLd II .“
locate. The proposition is worthy 1 boy», Walter Calkins wa» awarded Monday the lib day of May 1303. right lnp.no ear mark» A -■i:'..»
atyh. and perfeci fit:
the iiiei'al. Mi«» Vivian Hendricks ( was appointed a« the day for h*ar- reward will lie given for In rri t'i
a •»wl 1 .rkmuwhip and I ieM
Harney Ixxige, No. 77, and Syl was the »occi »»fnl lady for the irg ol jection« to »aid final account or information I -ad.t.g to h> r » h
st lowest prices
via R D Lodge No 43 IOOF medal for the bert e»»ar We re-1 All heir», creditor» and other
II <rry (’ Smith
appropriately celebrated the 84th gret very much that we cannot de persons inter» »led in »aid estate are
Filli ’UH H. I HE TAILOR,
anniversary of Odd Fellowship at vote n>o»e space to these exercises. hereby notified to appear on the
Onion set«, garden seed«
tbeir hall last Saturday evening The orations were far aliove the «aid 4th day of May 1903, at the garden cultivator« »1 <•••• r A Cum- .4
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X large number of the member» average and the c»»“y* by the County Court room in the city
* mill»'. Call and «co goods anil g<-t
were present and a most enjoyable ! young ladies were exceptionally Burn«, Oregon, and file their objec price« before you buy.
had A sb»>rt program zoud. The school wilt take up' tion» to »aid report.if any they have
We are agent» for W I. Dougla*
Dated thia -Itb day < f April 1903
was arranged con.isting of short more ermrses next year and be con
•'J.fiO *3.00 •• 50 and •<< "
E i . ma A Jorge.
talks by several u.etn'-vr». singing, ducted in a manner that will add |
The Bea. on earth.
Executris of eat of J. W J»<nea,
etc. A moet bounteous »upper was more credit to it. More will be
Hehwar’s A B'ideim.ui
' »aid about this :ater.
Wauhegan & Glidden Barb Wire.
Hacks and Buggies
Disc Marrows, Suikv Plows
Get cur prices before buying.
We have no old stock to work
off. Our ooods an* new and
Malliedr Mercantile Co
E. A. E raser , Manager.
SEASON OF 1903.
I will stand until Juiy 1st, the