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Oranges ami lemons at Huston's.
Schwartz & Budelman.
SEND DS TOUR MAIL ORDERS I
Lowest Possible Prices and Quality
Potatoes for sale at
Soda water at the City
I’l RPOSI s
FIFTY-SIX TOWNTHIPS IX THIS I AND
A fresh assortment of candies
just received at Horton’s.
Ko&dmaster Clemens has return
ed from the Drewsev section.
The Sih íes Valley and Harper Basl.i Res
enoir Projects Uill be lodertakeu
By the Government.
Wool teams are now moving the
The I' S. Land Commissioner
I Harney county clip to the railroad. Ilotified the local land otliee at th -
Have brought our business to the fore -
ground. Fair dealing and honest values
are our mottos. On these principles we
want your trade, and ask you to inspect
and price our goods.
See the Lace Window Curtains place this morning by wire to t< n -
at tbe Furniture Store Nothing porarilv withdraw IS township' ©
•/■ fS9J. u-r »U! jive
fr»a a htm/nim
Az.t.Z J", w. ny
from disposal other than homesti -i.l ♦ w
seâ tAiii yon .i;e presented ssdtA a ticAet ts/stA tacA pun. Aase.
W. N. Shilling is here from his entry, restricted by the n-clatnation
home in Ontario on a visit
to his , act, and lands in 9 townships
BEAUTIFUL NEW WASH GOODS ON SPECI AJ. SALE.
daughter. Mrs. N. I’. Carpenter.
in Malheur conntv from ilisposition
i . in anv manner whatsoever.
hai e bei n made tu du th, bigg« st kind ut XX ASI I ( •()( >1 IS business here this
Mrs Frankie Brenton
This is another step III the dtrei ■
Munday, June 22 -it is mi exaggeration tu sa\ that this store offers voti the
children arrived here last bundav
. .. , ,
' | tion of government irrigation works fe bigge-'t stock, the greatest variety and the most beautilul stiles ever exhibited in Burns.
evening on a visit to her parents, Ini-»«]
vi<iA4ixf I v
j and r> evidently
If you want a good pair of shoes. ' project will be taken up. The • a
W are showing many e elusive patterns this
• inen Batistes.
M: t’r.-s Ginghams
5ale of Percale
try a pair of Asbestos. They are I withdrawal includes all the vacant e•
year and call your attention especially to our
Soo \ arils .hoicest styles
hand-made. —Schwartz A’ Budle- government land in this yallev anil ©
lu plain roléis, Mines ami
Xmein.in Penale, in light and
Swiss, Dimity, Organdies, Ariel Lawns and
20 townships in Malheur county.
checks, in the newest etti its
il.nk colui mgs. A spec ial val
8. S. Williams, the O. B. stage [ The !> townships withdrawn from «
A leader at to i ts. pci yd.
ue at I.",, to its. p< r yd.
man, was doing business
We are receiving a new line of fine Laces and
end of the line a few days the first I Basin
w here another
reserv iir site
In ' i ci civcii fur the comiiii' week’s sale the correct linings f,» lightweight dress goods, in the
Trimmings, Lisle and kid Gloves, Plain and
of the week. The OB will have an is being investigated
in our next issue.
‘■Washington, D. C. June 20.
Burns has one of the best institu
Nctv \ ait ili iennes Laces, the prettiest ami daaliest we have ever shown.
"To Register and Receiver,
tions of learning in the state. See
Leon M. Brown about a home on
j ‘ Temporarily suspend from f < t « W
i pl' - il to infoi in the L illies that we have sole light of sale for the “Sala” Kid Gloves—
the installment plan.
Itlement entry or other disposition,
m.ule in Milan. Italy These gloves ate unquestionable the best glove in the V. S. for the price.
SheritT Allen, Tresurer M'H’T, .except homesteads entry restricted
Dr. Marsden and C. E. Kenton,|>v
¡t>11 a(q the following
mniLi ORDERS PROmPTUY AND CHEERFUhbY FULiED.
have all returned from Portland ; IS
townships: 22, 23, 24, 25 and 2(i
i where they attended the
ranges 30, .11
31. ail j ;-»O; also town
“BROWN’S” “I lli: SATISFACTORY STORE”
ship 21 ami 2- '1, Hinges 32.J, 33 and »
M. V. Smith was in the city for 3 I ; townships 23 and 2l>, ranges
several days this week, having and 31; townships 22 and 23, range
just returned from an extended 321; town; hi|> IS. range 13; town- Court <>f tli.‘ State of Oregon for!
: visit to San Francisco and other I ship« 17, Is. Pt, 2i>, rang'-s II mid I hu le v Count \ . I ll by order of t he
: points in Califoi nia. He returned I 15; township« lti.li. IS, 111, and 2**,
ippointed Monday ìhe
| ranges It! and 17; township It! raiq" <»th du\ -'I July I'MEJ at I o’clock
ii I IS; also land.« in ‘ he following'* l*. Al. :is the (ime and (he Court
We can fill your Spring order to your complete satisfaction -1
Wagons, wagons; We will sell
1l,f,hip- from all forms ofenti i i room of aid court in tli<* court
both as to quality and prices. Bit cue want is a chance.
If : you a Mitchell, Rushford or
I whatsoever: 2(t, 21, range 10; towu- ■ house in l’»urnH, Or., the piaci* for
her Farm Bed Wagon;
we can’t please you don't buy—but give us an opportunity to
shii >s 111, 20 and 21. range II; town said hearing
All peisonn having
$ 85 <X l
I’d and 20. ranges 12 mid I-', interest in I In' F-t ite disposed Of
“ ........................ 105 (M) all south and east. Leiter follows. bv tbe above named Will, or in
■ liti \\ ili or thè ti rms theie if, or in
Send your orders to us. () ('. Co.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
“Signed J. II. Fimple,
thè Filini accollili I tl:e Execlitor
R. A. Benedict, of the I’f.m Nil:
thereof so liled, will present. and |
SCHWARTZ á¿ BUDELMAN
| tual Life Insurance Co., took his
lii on or b. f..re said ilav. flit ir oli- ;
| departure Tuesday for Portland
I etimi» th -ri-lo I' anv they have.l
Mr. Benedict now I has charge of the price as a line piece of
mi .tt' i il ni tIn sani pince and
Merrit, accompanied by I this district ami will like)) make ture, even if they were not |
Times-Jierald his Jerry
line if Ih •) scile irt-, toshow cause!
daughter, Mrs. Robt. Baker, is Sumpter his head quarters. The I keep things cool.— Burn«
ivhy thè sani settlenient slioiiId not .
over from Buck Creek.
Penn Mutual has an ad in this ! tun' Co.
HAS Tint LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
Schwartz A Budelman have re
said aecount and the said ostate!
ANYNXWSFAfEH IN THIS COUNTY.
L ■ iraa
ceived a new line of ladies’ oxfords
M » 4 JI ' it s
A car load of Mitchell Wagons Stock Association .ire requested to distributed a<'. oldiiig lo thè i(‘l ins !
I and strap sandals.
one car lead of mowers, bind) rsaml meet ■ t the Court House at 1 oclock, of thè aid Will.
*•- ’ *
SATURDAY JUXE tO. l»«l
Saturday, June, 27. Business of
Itateli Ibis 22d day of May l!Ht3.
Bruss Byrd and wife now occupy
(ì. I.. J ames ,
tin. II Richardson residence,recent ami nails and a car load of lining stock on the ran/" Imnlil attend.
ly vacated by Thornton Williams. bucks have been received at the
M. Fenwick, Pres.
l’o he pillili heil Iiy thè order ofl
shipping point for (', H. Voegtlv
sal i ( 'olii f. o|' d.-lle Mai 22'1 r.MI.:.
Swell Sults for the Swells, at
and will soon be brought in.
Tailor, makes rigln here do not get
¡Il (he Ti
Ib i ald four full weekh
Friedrich the Tailor
or live pilt.lii lltiofis.
out of shape after the first rain z A litlle son of John Witzell wns
2/tn don’t /¡ano tu send mum/ for
PETITION FOR LIQUOR I.ICENSI
Geo. Buchanan was in the city storm.
thrown from a calf Thursday and
had his left elbow broken. ”r- I To the Honorable (anility Court WHERE
a few day« this week.
DO YOU GO
(¡rant Belshaw was in the first
Geo. Smyth was over from Dia of the week with a load of apples
for your medicine and other drug
on any of /ny 9//acAt ncry.
S Aeoy tAo extras riyAt Aere.
We the undersigned legal voters
The little fellow was practicing up
mond this week on business.
and potatoes from the famous Bel
in order to be a “broncho buster” i
We li'Uild like to have yon come
('mint v, State of Oregon,respect till I v
Before purchasing a mower call «haw ranch at Mt. Vernon.
I when he gets older.
petition tbe lion. County Court of here for tlu-m
M e uro working (
St is an ab sot a to tinyoisib/ti ty to bn t/d u n/ayun better
and see the Jones X'erlicn! at ('. IL
Mrs. John (iemherlii.g, who has
F or S ale —I will sell my half Harney County State of Oregon, to for the hi'.’hert result« in tlm com-
been confined to her room most of
grant a License to Schnbener Bios,
interest In the blacksmith shop ami
pounding <»f medie ne a- pr< ‘-cribed
A. B Marks, ex county com The time since her arrival home
tools situated on south Main street, Livuors in less quantities than one \\ e put tip e verv prcs< » i pt ioii cor-
missioner, was over from Drewsey from sickness, is again able to be
\’o <!• l i I » v r mÌH«ed or
also the whole of the lot together galón in Wild Horse Precinct llar- rrctly
' up. we are glad to note.
a few days this week
. .. ... with
...... | m y County, State of Oregon, for tight* d Th» ui' dh ine has to Iw
with my residence property
Order your clothes from Friedrich
of olir ntore.
Chas Bedell was in from Twelve two lot». Would like to trade for I’I"' lM’r**"'' hi ñutí righi or it canimt
bound we will ever pray
the Tailor, he know» how to cut Mde a day or two this week. This stock or sell for cash.
Every pr< seri pi ¡ dii and rei ip<
Jack Shakelford, F. ( West,
and make them fit.
is his first visit to this citv for Rev-
.1. T. Simmon«, dollblx ehcrked licfore it leave ■ this *
R. C. Raymer,
M. A. Modi,
Dr. F. M. Teller and wife arrived
Standard preparai Ì oiim <»f all!
home from a visit to Denver, Colo
Hacks, J Realis
Dealer in the above
kind■* ea*i l»e obtained al
A letter from Shiniko states that
Clin». IL Turnr-r, JpflUR M arrnalijo,
THE WI I.COHii l'HARIBCY.
Mr». Henry Richardson ami two at the wool sale held there a few are arriving now and selling as fast F. S. Redon
children arrived home last
Friday tin' ¡ rd day of .Inly I »»03,
day evening from a visit to rela- prices ranging from 13. 111. 1Ü, two car loads of these goods here we w ill apply to th« above
tiyea in Baker City
court for the license as specified in
Wagons and Vehicles ever brought in this petition.
D. H. 8mylh and wife wore in
Mrs N. Comegvs nini daugliter-
Sclmls'iii r Bro •
to Burns. Call and look at goods
from Happy valley a few days this in-law,
Mrs Chas, Comegys, were
! even if you do not desire to buy at
week, the guests of friends. They the
guests of the latter's mother, |
NOTICI: OI- HNAl SETTI I Ml M
I « .I t. a'
the present time. Geer Giimmin»
took their departure for homo yes- Mrs Marshall, a few days recently,
I taking their departure for Wagon- ■ “Uncle” (¡eo Duncan t.sik bis
To all creditors, heirs al law and hia •»(’
, departure Monday for his home at | 1 next cf kin, leg.-rti-ea and <ievi-«>
Dr. Burr, vs was called to Fife tire
I I •' I
„ ! Silver Lake ami ex|ieets to go fi«h ! of T B Jam««. <leera««-l
25Jfor the t n « hi
1 mg for cat ti-li alsiut the first of
the Thoroughbred S( h II« op , 112 (Mi for the
Notice is hereby given that
Miller who was suffering from re „
Rakes. Acme Mowers, Dam Buck«.
, „ ,
He say« he will stav Filial bci -' Lot “f the Executor of
mitent fever accompanied by a skin Acme ami Iladge Power lift Bucks. . . .
... he gets
, them ,,
With it until
this the la.t \\ ill ami Tcwtami'iil of T.
the Civile >l:tb' St.illi h . -II ’ <M) for the 4»’HMon
eruption which resembled smallpox. and
Sweep Rakes. \\ agnns. Hack« ..
time I ncle (icmge says tli>' fish B James, deceaned, wa« on this
Theioctor eft bis patient improv- , and Buggies all shipiied in car lots .
th<. Malt« «• l:i< k. • I ..........
liegli cteil _’2d dn\ of May H*>3 fill d fi>r he ir-(
loot ing and ««ports that it is not a case and , prices to suit. Please call and 1 ! 111 , that section are lining
and will soon Is* extinct lithe I1-I1 ing. and licit the llor.. the ( oimty
of smallpox as was at first thought get prices liefore purchasing else-
Look iof <lenei i/tHou f ooil purliouhir.'i iii’.vl iret'k
commissioner does not give Ins il-
L'or 1‘cili•_>rffs oo<l /urlili / i.itrlit ului.i coll on oi
Rev A. J Irwin, accompanied where.—Geer A Cummins.
tenlion to them soon. I bousand»
by hie little eon, Millard. Henry
Ike Schwartz arrived home W<d- go over the fall» at Albert Lak-
and Cb««t r Dalton, X iviar. Jordan nesdav from Portland where he where thev die in a few minutes
and Gay Dennis, spent the past took his family ami looked after
[>r |f < pr. arnton arrived home I
wnok aaant' >g on the Lake near
mime «pecial ordem for the firm of yerterdny from (¡rant cminty
Pelican f Inland, returning home Schwartz A Budelman.
Mr« will return Monday and will lie
Guaranteed for One Year.
They all report a most Schwartz ami baby were in good married to M
ÍM. Ed mt Bate«, of
enjoyable outing, boat riding, etc health when they left Seattle for PrairieCity, on next U ••
boy« discovered one island of Alaska, where they will spend the jqne >4 ,ftHr
t afr The
about an acre that was completely
their departure for Porilvrid and
covered with tbe nest*
of pelicans I Mr. and Mrs Fred Otley Sr , of ,h* eoMt 1 ’ •P*’“1 Ul* 1
Ct l ittle
/ / X >■
and a Iftrg- black bird that resem
Thev f"'i' 1 y...11.« I...wen, were tb.f fri-ml- K,-v
J •(’>'* ■' *
ble« a tow.
birds efall ages from just coming in onr city a day or two this week, accompany th» lhetnr
out of th- hell Io large enough t ■ Mr Otley has not yet fully recov- >1 me of his bril xml th-rmrr .-■■
---- z -■ I I
TR|S( H A DOXH.AX
fly, TV” «ere thousands of them I ered from some sever« wounds on | c «reu...
and they made a deafening noise, i, I his head he received some six Rev Irwin. ’r'
If its Wheels ion sint. I in | ¡K
I ex ear *■ e
I 2 la le *a ft ft
as they all had something to sav weeks ago by a windmill lower Bate« «ar rhe is a lovely y ring
tn the bo
One of the |>*rty told falling on him. A scalp wound on lady Tbe Time«-Herald extends
Herald man many in- the forehead has healed, but a se- its best wishes to the young people > ■
XÆ tk I cc TI- l I o TZeo.clQ.VLa,xteT®
tirawtinv incident» of tbe trip which vere Mow at the back <•( his b«a l l*r Rrownton expect« tn be at leone
«till bothers him.
witia bi- bride about August 1st.
cannot be given for lack of «pace.
FOR THE 4th OF JU -Y
NEW CLOTHING, NEW TIES,
PinhO MÜWER5. BINDER?
Ì Flit Í2
DflIN BUCKS and MITCHELL WAGONS
C. H. VOEGTLY
SEASON OF 1903.
I will stand until Jniy 1st, the
J. W. SIGGS,
JOHN (il’MIiRLI.XG, '
THE CAPITAL SALOON,