hwartz & -’udelman LAD'ES’ WEAR ■ ew D ess Patterns. CCl-i hive received some ci the h-irdsome3t dress p .tterns ever shown tn this e'ty, eut in 10 yard pisses and no t io pat terns alike Imported CDsren z d nov • lties,Or« qondies, Pereses, Dim iti*S, Ginqhams, ?ne Did as Ltnoun1' A Botiste Ch~.llv, D f k and Cover ed Cloth, Prints, ete. Some elegant things in Silk and Laney Shirt W aists, Skirts, Wrappers, Ladies’ Vests. Ko- monas, etc Come in at once and look at the new th in es. YOU WILL BE HAPPY When you ¡get cne of those handsome hats that have just arrived. New Spring and Sum - mer styles. Also Sail ors for the ladies. We have CUT THE PRICE of Wo 1 Blankets and Quilts. You can buy now and save money. GLOVES Saranac Buckskin Gioves, warranted to dry soft. Siberian Colt gauntlett wear and remain pliable. ÜÖCÜ TH NC3 IIou»e ckaoii g lime :- near nt hand ard the goo,I house k ep r w LU l e cm .-idi-ring the proposition of a new car pi’ and a ( b inge in the wall | aper Our new line of Carp t and Wall l'ap. r samples itre ready for inspection \\ 1 can quote |r cos that Cannot help but please. The patte rns in both carpet and wall paper are 1903 and as we handle only by sample, our prices are much lower E than where a large amount is iiiie-ted. Besides it ives th- j n ha.o r a large assortment from which to cbooee BOYS’ sun s Besides having a large assortin' nt of suits fr r men xv_ have s me ve?y hands« me styles for ihe bojs. We ir v te mo hets to’inspect them Ihty are w II in id and have the wearing qualities. A number of ctyl s to choo e from Also Hats. Caps, Shifts Underwear, Ehoes etc CLOTHINC ' Our men and boys clothing is worthy of inspection. The cloth is made by the best mills and the garments mad< by experienced tailors. I The “MOUNT HOOD” Shirt made in Oregon by white labor. They give satisfation—that’s why we carrv them. Try one and you wear no other. U nderwear for spring and summer . D---igm r subecription r*duot<i to SDr p»r year Thi» tir ; riti n 1« g si only unti] May 3!«t—d > t ot delav — »end us 8“ et« in postane al once ami yoti w.11 recise thè |>e«:gt «r nionthlv bv mai! on* year. STANDARD PATTÌ.RNS are fi». b*U. Goal alitile ■ more, but it « ill pay v..u to B«e them. - GROCERIES Onr ’ e ci Groceries ca*ft b eXMll d We œaot yoi to g re as yoir -pr g cr'er. We can pie is* yoa Call and 8«: prices Oar »'.cut is compiste MAIL ORDERS SOLICI Tr-.D SCHWARTZ & BUDELMAN. iA© THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF O. J. Dartt was in for a few days fteott Haley and L I. Clark this Week. were in from Narrows a fcwd.n s Mr and Mrs. S. F. Hutton ar» this week. over from Wugontire. •©••©•••9c©e©©©o*©e©oe99>9e©9©o©©©©0 e The t) 'ii ■ a Lni Oregon r\ ri • o 0 • Tents, wagon covers, stockmen’s Swell Suits for the Swills, at canvas bed covers and . .imp st v< - © 9 at Geer A Cummins’. 0 Friedrich the Tailor HATCRbAY MAY ?. I. 3 © a . 3 « < - * 7 n; a • Di! ton Bigg», of t h ■ 11 rm of Bigg« to W E. Huston, the produce man, 9 9 A Biggs, left last Saturday for to lias a fresh supply of apples. • Local News. O 9 Pendleton to attend to some legal ■ o • L3 I See our window display of toilet matters before the supreme courl to • 9 to articles — H. W. Welcome A Co Orange» and lemons at Huston's © 0 If you want to show your form to o to Fine wall paper and late styles i to Sam Smith took his departure O to the best advantage g-t your • o at the Burns Furniture Company today fur Idaho. clothes made tight here at Fried store. Prices reduced. » rich's, the Tailor. Bromus Inermous or Brome / t» to 9 e Born:—To Mr and Mrs. W. B. Grass seed for sale Geer <1 Cuui- to Rev. Father Doyle arrived h.-i to w i» Parker in this city on Tuesday May muns. O r> last week from Roseburg mid will1 O •» 5, a 9 ft girl. remain here |>ermanentlv in charge • 9 to Roy Bunyard and wife were in « to Mrs. C. A. Byrd lias received an of the Catholic church. o . the city a few days since our last • i other consignment of the latest i issue. D ain B icks —We have ju«t re to Dress and Sailor Hats. ceived .1 car of Dain Power Lift ami 0 Order , our clothes from Friedrich Mrs. Bart. Cronin and children Alfalfa Hay Bucks. Be sure and H the Tailor, he knows how to cut are over from Agency Valley on a get our prices before buying. » and make them fit. 9 <• visit to relatives and friends. to Malheur Mercantile Co, o • John Robinson and Tom Steph «» Ontario, Ore. 1 o to o Burpee's garden seeds are guar ens are up on Myrtle creek fishing 0 anteed pure and fresh, date 1903 The big sheep-hearing plant of 9 this week. to I on every sealed package.—Geer A Waters A Jenkins Bros will soon to to n H. E Thompson and Tom An • to Cummins. • be ready for operation. The six- to derson spent several duys in the to t» o Two brothers of J. C. Freeman, l.orse power gasoline eng:ne ar to to mountains near the mill this week. to o accompanied by their famlies pass rived this week and Mr. \\dters is • to to The clothes that Friedrich, the arranging to lenyu next Monday to ed through here Thursday enroute <» Tailor, makes right here do not set to from Surprise valley to some point with the plant for the S ein Moun <» to out of shape after the first rain i o tain country. to I in Idaho. o to stpriu. o • D. A. Cawltiehi and wife, accom • i C learance S ale —I can »ell you Thoe Cleveland and wife were to panied by Mr» Geo. Cawllield and © n , Chas A. Stevens special order suits • the guests of Mr. and Mrs Joel children, are in the city. Mr. and o at a great reduction. Agent, to Smith a few days this week, They Mis ’ Cuwltield recently returned 0 «• Mrs Chas Wilson. o returned to Happy valley. fiom Caldwell, Idaho, where ibey e 0 Strength and vigor come of good ' B orn : T o Mr. ami Mrs. A. Vena were on a visit to their daughter^ a o tor at the home of Hon. ami Mrs. food, duly digested. “Force,” a 9 Mrs. J. E. Robert«. to © to ready-to set ve wheat and barley 1. S. Geer in this city. Thurmlav z One of the largest land and stock 0 to © o May 7, a 9 It» boy. food, adds no burden, but sustains, deals consuiuated in this county o to • nourishes, invigorates. Miss Julia Greeley, om- of Har for si vend years has been made; 9 Win Ilanlev buying the . utire it- O A brother of J R Gould spent ney county’s popular teachers, was terests of A W Rib y. The trade 0 » 0 several days here this week on a the gm st of flirtiti» in niii city this includes some 13.000 acres of land O o wer k eommonlv known us the Double O © © visit to the latter and family. Mr. O Gould spent the past winter ini Fiiederich, the Tailor is now ranch, and several thousand cattle, Q comfortably located in the bund together with the finning imple e © Baker City. » o ling formerly occupied by the post- ments, horsi 1 and other ranch par- © © Wagons, wagons; We will sell ; office mid already has several or nnernalia We understand the (I al was mad* some time ago but as y, t o you a Mitchell, Rushford or Web ders for suits. the transfer lias not been ninde, <to © ber Farm Bed Wagon; to The painters have been working although the details have ail lai n e to 3-| Steel Skein............. $ 85 00 to • on the fronts of Schwartz A I’udel- arranged mid consideration salic- 0 o 3| “ 90 00 0 man and H. W. Welcome it Go. factory. <1 I Q 3} " 105 00 i bricks The appearance is much Mr. mid Mrs I H Holland en O © w Send vour orders to us. O C. Co. tertained the Whist Chib at th- 11 0 improved. © home bi-t evening. A most enjoy- to Chief Justice Miller performed We made a mi-take in annoum- able evening was s|><nt. Mrs C. F 0 to t» I th“ ceremony which made 1!. F. ing the graduates of the Citizens McKinnev won the first prize, mi 0• Ccrr¿ ponclcnce Solicited. Steel and Miss Edith Creasman Business College in our last issue. elegant silver lion bon dish, and oc 0 0 0 to a mat» and wife last Sunday. Tl:e ■ Claude Smyth was one of the grad Mrs. Marsden the “booby.” \V m V4 Mi Kinnev received a h.iml-om* sil bride e a daughter of J C. Cieas- u tea instead of Miss Vivian Hen ver soap dish, ns first prize for tin innn, the w< 11 known stockman of dricks. gentleman, wliilg Judge Sparrow Narrow» We wish th’ happy /.la nice Anderson, the Monument ivaa awarded the “1 oof v, ’ a most young people a life of prosperity. fragrant Havana which did n t turn merchant, came in Thursday and out a “free smoker,” as it Wil , made I We regret to chronicle the death spent yesterday renewing acquaint of wood. The** present wer*: Mr. of Ed O’Farrel, who died at Sum mice.. He left for Drewaey this and Mrs WobJitiberg, Sr., Mr ami mer Lake, Lake county, on April morning to look after some stock Mrs Allen, Dr. mid Mrs Marsden, I 21st. The gentleman married Miss Dt. and M rs. Gi ary. Jiulge anti Mrs interests tn that section. L'-vi ns. Mr. mid Mr«. Tri-ch. Mr, Annie Marlin, a grand daughter of r< Sulky, gang and walking plows mid Mrs. Miithersheml, Mr. nod Mrs 8,rah Martin just four mouths Mrs Williams, Mr mid Mrs. Cai before hie death The many friends Disc drills, harrows and cultivators a penler, Mr. and Mr«. Thompson. of the widow extend their sympa- at Geer A Cummins’. We iiuy Mr. am! Mrs Byrd. Mr-d line« Mi 1 these goods by the ear load and Kinney, Neal. Puriiiigton, M -i- h , “ I ’ <ii» fur (ip. ,. tripón. I thy. goods are guaranteed fully. Prices Duni gan and Schwartz; M>•« r«. F or S ai . e —I will sell mv half f. to suit the times and lower than Sparrow. Rieder, W in. McKinney. interest in the blacksmith »hop and Al Welcome. the lowest. tools situated on south Main street, Look /'or il,1 •rri]j!i'o/:: om! /•(// / . ■/ ■'///nr \ l ii'r/ k' ' also the whole of the lot together ’ We have been requested to an TO MEET JOHN DAV ATHLETES. For Pt ulars call on <>r nounce that all old soldiers of ■ with mv residence property with III!t! IT. ..V Burns and vicinity are requested two lots. Would like to tr ado for Arrangement» have been com ' to meet at A. W. G uwiih ' h law pleted lor a field meet between tin stock or sell for cash. y. «w. i. ikrw Grant Kesterson. ‘office next Monday evening to ar athletic associations of Burn« ami Burnt’. Ore. I ¡range for Decoration Day exercise» John Dav to lako place at th ' Great Millinary sale—Big reduc Ist'er place on May 18, 19 and Married—I.ast Sunday at the | Cottage in thia city, George L tion in Ladies' and Childrens’ The boys have I <• n <1 i .g s .m* James and Belle Lewis, Justice street hats. Don't overtook one of lisrd work the past f*w dat a mid e. Miller performing the ceremony. the greatest bargains eyer in Burns. ’’tryout” will be h*ld tomorrow at CALL AND .«EE I I! i M Th* young people wif. make their | I Call at the home of Mrs. G. W the Fair gr ain Is to determine tin I;..SPRINQ MILLINBRY.. iest material to I e sent over to en Juul r<criviil from Cli 1- \ 1 to home at the James ranch near Cummins. '.er th* various Conte te. 'I tie boy « Hat, 1 "lito «20 (XL piir tV Brow 1 n-h un l’iau s Hui : i h II ifney Both contracting parties i Grant Kesterson, who contracted IHloi © • ( i ihi H fl’< Il i .nul Ih nm t*. are well known in this county aid S|sitted fever while in the lulls it sire to raise aoim finds to teip »ninpltw of gti xL for 1. » !:♦ 1 L.< i -h’ H * I o im t«. their numerous friends join us in burning coal tor bis blacksmitli defray expenses on lhetr trip, and iiihi I»- Suit«, ('!■>. ke SkiH-.S.- . kik I : ; i'j.< will charge a small udmirsion to Cotton Waif»:-, Knit mid M'ldiii extending congratulations. I >\V 1<IUN, shop, is still confftted to his room • the grounds tomorrow Tie Times I'lith rw« nr and HoMirry i’ll»1!' AS, • at hie home in I his city, although Thomas, brother-in-law Joseph • '1 1.0 . Heral 1 hopes our penp e will turn erv late •' tn h.'iiid.ome I am all*-) pr»*p.ir* «l to do <lr» « of A. W. Riley, was in the city much improved. 'I II mnl S,"in Tuf.-t.iH. out well mid give the 1 oya encour making, mid w In it tho patron: if 9 • from the O O Ranch a few dava M arkii 'P—Al the Cottage Hotel agement, of the ladif m of Burh« and vi inity : • j ’O’ iim huj pahirns this week in company with Mana- on May A. Alb-rt Short and Miss • < r.n* .1-, Cl rlTlf.»,. A gstne of basket ball line nlsu M r * (’ iiah \\ ii 1 u , »er M V. Baker. Mr. T. brt re Mamie Cash, Justice Miller per lies n arranged l*-tweru tb* g rl (Cal (»♦ er n s'jh t;t • ) ; Mrs. M tn. Ctunmlrs. cently arrived from California hav forming the ceremony. Th* con club» of the two town*. 1 be b < al Bnrin*, ()ft g ii ing come to assist Mr, Baker in tracting parlies are residents of the basket ball team will leave lieie t 9 * to e t »9 9 •b*”69©0©9©09 closing up the matters of the trans Diamond section where they will I next Saturday and ths gam- will 1»I.-S<)|. c ri< in iOTI< ! fer of the Riley stock arid land in make their home. be played on the 2O:h. HI terests in this county to Win Hau U TI*. i o p irtrw •mhit • h<ri John Witzel returned this week ft I HUA ! ’.Hl WA.VI ler. NOT! I. «• X ■ o¿ it a »»»-n < 11 Voi-gd from an extended tour of the N. W ADMINISTRATORS ' Eh. mid ♦ r thm lirm E I Harvey Donglaa.who has brought Territory, srlref" be went to look st a t of V.'.gth .V K. i you, hllH ..... it 1 . tbe ni lltcr f l 'j t il i »* < * - several thousand sheep in Eastern th* country with a view of locating R. . .1 Ail pnrtiim ki lowing ertati- of Elizabeth lion tl Oregon since last February, has Mr. Witiel loolu-il over the section J K' l»o Di cen-ed .'■Iteli ¡1 .1.4.1 .-I 1 » tin9 firrii • 1 • 1* at OfHJH many of trie 111 now on the roulh of near Alberta most thoroughly, ami notii e <r zproivTWFvr. c H Vmg ráptele It I Ste n Mountain. He will shear in says it is a very good slock cOUntlv lie de»ign< Notici is lierebv given tbat by C E b that vicinity and ship his wovl from Th* range is go a! at pr*«*n(, but an order of tbe County Court ! Winnemucca, and will also ship there ie much vacant land ami be Haruey County, <)reg n, inaile m i Ûur Al Vi Spring» r un d wife «Aere in «ni nu sheepf-oui that point. MrHouglae ing settled up quit* rapidly, and entered on thè 2<ith day of Aprii. e I «*0 will bxate perm-nen'.ly in this the question of range may )>e limit 19 d 3, thè Undersigtied wae duly bumneM viiitor«! tbiÌ. week ca ri H u tciltll.tl, county and eapecta to run .5*100 cr ed at no distar.t dal*. The land appoioted Admmislrat’zr of lYi* Es We ar»« ¡rifornì4 d that th 4t 00)0 head of ewes continually. law» are «imilax to th* Utdlrd tate rf E iZahelti J Kel •o, <h’cear»-<l 1 laift» -. the \ « rro «• • merchant , bae t « Prof. M. A Floyd and wife were !*tate«. except one can make proof All persomi liaving cTalms afnn -t b»>i>glit the Mof’k o f M Alen In th« F r»l Nati -. im J Pink f on a homestead in three year« eaid estate are r*quir">i to preeent callers at this office last Saturday They had just closed a very sne- The Hudsons Bay Co. »nd railroad thè »ame, veritie-i a« by ¡aw requir- city. ,r aensfal term of sch<x>l at Harney own much valuable land which *d. to my aUorn«v,C. A. H ■ k, a’ II Oníof» M*’«, garden ‘■*-1« and took the'r departure for Mis sella on an average of •5 per aer* bis residence in Bi.-tia, On g n, couri on last Monday, going via The Country ia rolling, with no rocks within aix montica frum tbe date uf grtfilcn cuix Vtotluf«it C>C4¿r I Southern California. They *xpect —th* l. gli hills being farmed Tt>e lina no'ice in «•'*’. (’all arid fOírfl Datiti al Itvrn», On g n tbi- 25 ■ to rpend their vacation at their old land is productive, but owing to the home in Holden, Mo, end ere not extreme col l only tb* hardy serials Jay of Aprii, 1903. otd- decided as to whether they will re can be raised. Mr. Wi'z -1 hi« n ’ !•' tir- F amicl J F aikeb . tq-fj f r tllf' ** *• ■ • "* • * ’ 17 t jll 1OC * yr r or Mt* cd cUIrga ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY. 0 » 9 Our est. and tail. save c ivL V the Low- ’ Stocxs J 'wy and Fresh alete to the SïrallestDe- : are: Moline •• Dain [kicks John Deere Plows McCormic Machinery Big 4 /Mowers Harvesters & Binders Hay Rakes Bridge & Beach 5teel Ranges and Cook Stoves. Wauhegan ¿k Glidden Barb Wire. Hacks and Buggies Disc Harrows, Sulky Plows Get cur prices before buying. We have no old slock to work off. Our goods are new and boughtrK ht. Malheur Merca:*.!ile Co L. A. F raser , Manager. ■ w.- ■ ,;.N ■ I will stand until Ju ¡y 1st, the following- Stailioi.m’ Dazzler, Winters Kaladar, Dock,. ... .. Burns, Oregon :••••' • . ......... .