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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1903)
Frank Stauffer ia in the city.
Schwartz & Budelman
Aid an invitation to all to visit Our store.
On this plorious clay we shall
make a special effort to display
our different lines in order that
our customers may make their
selections from our larfie stock
Inspect our stock before buying—-and come
early to avoid the rush. Let us show you that
we have quality, quantity and honest values.
We are prepared to tit you out in
of all descriptions:
Adlers & Co. clothing with self retaining front.
Stetson Hats and other standard makes.
Buckingham & Hecet Shoes and Boots.
Mount Hood shirts.
Ladies' tailor-made dress skirts and shirt waists
Ladies’ summer underwear, new ribbons.
Ladies’ and children's parasols.
Hammocks from $1.75 to $4.50.
We carry the stock and can fit
you out in every detail.
THE GEORGIA nnltPER CO.
Oranges and lemons at Huston's.
The excellent bills of the Geor
Potatoes for sale at Haines & gia Harper Co the past week have
been a surprise and delight to the
Soda water at the City Drug play goers of Burns ami vicinity.
The company has fully sustaineil
Z M.-Fj.DGeral'1 is on a tinsi liess the high character, reputation and
excellence that preceeded it to
trip to the railroad.
our city. In fact those who had
A fresh assortment of candies seen the company before did not
just received at Horton’s.
overate its talent, nor even give the
See the Lace Window Curtains troupe its full credit It ia without
at the Furniture Store Nothing
exception the beat troupe
visiting thia section.
A large crown in from the sur-
The opening production. “The
rounding country to take in the “Lyric Queen," was a decided sue-
i cess and won the public at once
W. H. Cecil and wife and daugh and the house has been filled every
ter were over from their Crane night siuce. Miss Georgia Harper
as “Queena” anil in the entitle«!
Creek home this week.
The Times-Herald has some role ‘‘Camille’’ had ample oppor-
freight at Huntii.gton it wishes 1 (unity to display her genious as an
actress of the highest rank.
Joe Detrick’s versitilitv haa been
“I'ncle" George Duncan was a (shown by his excellent work both
visitor in Paisley today.—Paisley ' in heavy as well as comeily. E H
, Meade, who ia considered a horn«'
I ' Geo Shelley is over from the l’- boy, has pleased hie many admir
Ilanch to spend a few days with his ers and friends with his specialties
and Sam Meharry’s singing has
been a very pleasing feature. Mias
Postmaster Waters ami J. J. Don- ,
1 Brady and Miss Browne have
egan have returned from a trip to j
shown good talent in various roles
Salem ami Portland.
company is good, in
The blacksmiths are now rushed I f,lc( anj 1 The Times-Herald is
getting hay cutting machinery in i ' pleased
to announce the troupe will
readiness for the crops.
speml a few w«>eks hero and give
W. W. Mathews and wife were Saturday night performances. They
in the city from their Silver ereek do not only please on the stage but
are all ladies ami gentlemen whom
home one day this week.
it is a pleasure io meet
Frank Metchan and family arriv
The people have shown their ap
ed Thursday from Silvies and are
of the Georgia Harper
taking in the celebration.
Co by giving each performance a
Jake Comegys, formerly of this packed house and will continue to
place, was sent to the asylum from do so.
Caldwell Idaho n few days ago.
A large crow«! attended the ball
Freighters wishing to bring in
At tin- meeting of th* Harney
wagons from the railroad should last night.
County Livi Stock A -socialim. last
call on or address C. H. Voegtly.
James Paul, the Happy Valiev Saturday. Mell Fenwick and Win
Ticket s for prizes with every cash purchase.
is among our visitois.
Hanley wen- i elected President
S. S. Williams, the O «t B stage
\ ice-Pr<'sidi iit respectively,
man was looking after business
Three good milch cows to trade
Archie Met« mian Si crei try and N.
affairs nt this end of the line a few- for horses or a good new wagon.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
U. Carpenter Treasurer I he meet
davs this week.
O. O. Dutcher,
Burns, Oregon ing was well attended nil much in
If you want a good pair of shoes,
SCHWARTZ óc BUDELMAN.
terest manifi t d
S«-vi ral new
try a pair of Asbestos. They are
Those refrigerators are worth
hand made.—Schwartz «t Budle- th«1 price as a tine piece of furni
ture, even if thov were not good to
The Tlmes-ficrald \\ in. Clark was up from Lawen
keep things cool.—Burns Furni per head on all to, k belonging to
Bev. G ture Co.
memliers of the ssociation to be
Emanuel Clark, the P-Ranch
Miss I«la Roberts, who is teach- used toward defraying i X pense t ■>
dAB THE LARGEST CIRI ELATION OF foreman, is over on business.
j ing at Rockville, came down Friday investigate nient :-««> -k stealing
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
• veiling and spent Saturday and Next week a circular letter will be !
John and Clarence Cary are in
Sunday with her brother, the News sent out by the executive board of
the city from Lawen.
SATURDAY Jt l.Y 4. 1 W :
the Associati n to a number of our
P. F. Chandler, of the Grant man.—Caldwell News,
Henry Hamilton spent several
stockmen .who ar not iiu-nibers.
County News, arrived Thursday to
■ Supt. Bartlett has been in the
«lays in onr city this week.
join bis wife ami little son who are city for the past several days attend setting firth th ■ obj i ts and iienefits
of the organization and asking
Frank Jackson is again able to visiting Mr and Mrs Wm. Farre,
ing t > the boundary lines of some them to co operate
be on the streets some.
, Mr Chandler will remain a few of the school districts with the
Swell Suits for the Swells, at
Lunaburg «V Dalton have some-1 ’hiJ’8-
>***M"'riedrich the Tailor
WHERE DO YOU GO
Commissioner Miller arrived in
Itili Price Withers wa- in tin city thing new in their spa«-e in this is
J. W Buchanan was a business
ti« day this week
visitor a day or two this week, Joe for vour medicine ami other drug
Chas. Peterson ami family are his family. Mr. Miller just return- has to come frequently to see that I stor«1 articles
Judge Davis ami wife were vini- the guests of Hon. and Mrs I. H.
from a trip to Ontario and came things are going along as they 1 We should like to have vou
'¿pg fpra front Harney Monday.
in to attend court and help to make should since he removed from I her«' for them We are w«i
th* Eagle scream.
stoini R. J. Williams is looking niter
for the highest r -lilt ill the
s duties «« county commissioner.
|K>unding < if m<-«l. in- as presc
Wagons, wagons; We will sell
Miss Hattie Bartlett, who han
We put up i-vi-rv pi- ' ripiion
J. L Sitz, th«' merchant from
been teaching school on Crane creek,
7 the "
N«» «1« tail ev-r misse
iwen, was up a few days this
Mrs W. J King accompanied by
came in Thursday. Th«1 young slighted. 'I i. -n- l.i-i ■ has I
her mother, Mrs Caldwell, is up H S*'’el Skein
liulv's school is closeil and she will
| right oi it < inn «1 ixiiit ,fmil stor«-
TIM Before purchasing a mower call from Lawen.
go to h«/ home at Drewsey. She 1»
Every pr< - riptimi md recip«
d see the Jone Vertic il at C fl. Z
accompanied by Miss Edith Miller i «loubly eh«-«-k<-'l !■ f -•■ it 1« :•««•« tin*
Ira Mahon mid sister M:ss Emily |Hei|(1 v,llir ,,r,kr, |(, „„ (>
Miss Blanch Campbell, daughter »tor«'.
are in from Anderson to take in the
Go to J. C Welcome «V Son f.r of Mrs C. A. Bonnet, arrived here | Stamlard prep iratimi* nf all
M. D. Williams of the govern- celebration.
I No 1 team harness, buggie harness, the first of th* week from Weston, kimls can I m - olitaim-d at
.«^citei nt survey part it. Silvies. was
hack harness anil second hainl har where she has l>een attending the
vn Tuesday night
ms, dfl o
ness. The la-st »addlea made on normal school. Miss Blanche was
)r«ler your clot h«-« from Frieilricli
the coast. For good work, plumb the guest of friends here for a
♦♦♦♦s* Tailor, he k hows how to cut
Frank <'awlfield of Narrow» Ore., work, true work and square work
_ . make them fit
visited hi» sister, Mrs. J. E. Rob
A letter from W. N. Jorgensen to ’
A car load of Mitchell Wagons
-Tao. Smvth, of Diamond, nc- ert«. of this city last Wednesday.—
INITF l»MU !• - I KNI» OFFH F.«
Lt'' pan it'd by his little smi, came Cibi well New«
Hun,». 1 »». '-«it. J tin.- ’JT i , I nt; »
rak'-s, one ear load of barbed wire announces hie safe arrival in Chica No<lre ia l»<•<»•«»> ;
i L m I H w hHlowhiR
Wednesday returning yesterday.
■ ■ • I«f III» ) tilrtiHoii
The clothes that Friedrich, the - and nail» at:«! a car load of Dain go and he bail seen a famous sur to
n »iif |«.t’ «.f hie < ’nini i«n«l
aaid pr.Mif « Hi l .
• ■ .ro t h<- r••gi»-’« r
rnAT • H. Voegtly is preparing to Tail«»», makes right here do not get bucks have been r<«-eiv«si at the geon
He would go to St Joseph’s that
art'l K»-f t-H rr at itttr i » • i • <«t>. • .n A iikh - i '/7th
TUVid a second story t- hi« w
i ... .,f Ellham j
out of aliai*' after the first rain shipping point for
H. Voegtlv Hospital Wednesday to I m opera «»»•orr»-.
»nil ami • I ' ,
» Tp r. H It
I w M
«e and will make it a fire proof •form
and will «o«.n la- brought in
lie Itati«« th«- fo!'«. . in/
t fir MH « to prokv
Ilia »-oliti» ■...«!► í » » |. « ■ up. hi hi 1 < nili\ allot
aai'l land, vl/ A«im
.r. « llormait Ruh
< «eo Southworth, brother of Mrs
M • ■ G*n Hag ney and Miss of
The »addles made bv J. C. Wel
■ mi < bari« a J• »’. t •««• n I •I a m « i . , • >rr? tn , ani
ire tlx* H Smyth and son Claud ami Cha» Anderson, arrived home
Sinton IsCM ia <>f I’.urt a. ■ >" it *"-
come A- Son certainly give excell- Mary Gray, of Canyon City, Ed-
K m F » Ri» . lD«ria»< r
its «J- »jy Armstrong were in this week Thumlay from Mayville where he
' ent satisfaction and areappreciattsl. win Southworth and sister, of Bear
,h*' nd buainess Claud remained has liven for over a yegr. George
This Week they received ar order Valley, came in yesterday to take
ke in the celebration
will perhaps remain with n« now for one of their famous sa«ldle» from in tt.e cele! ration. Mrs. Hague?
•ÖRK’’ Early R.sers
)O1- If. Holland ami family return-
Deering Mowers, Thomas Hay Aae’d N W. T Thei receive many is th’- gue-t f her sister Mrs Win
The famous little pill«.
• first of the week from a visit Rakes Acme Mower«, Dain Rucks. special orders from the Dakotas, Gowan.
k”J '' ilheur county. They were ac- Acme and Hadge Power lift Bucks Nebraska. Wyoming. I'tab ami
anied by Mr« Holland'» «ister and Sweep Rakes. Wagons, ILicks Montana
«. A. Murray, her «laughter ami I an«! Rnggie« all »hippe«! in car lot«
F or S ai »:- I will sell rnv half
They expect to visit her* for i and prices to suit. Please call and inter« «’ H th«- blacksmith »hop anil
, get prices before purchasing else tool« «i’ lated on soliti « Maili street, >
where— Geer A Cummins
also the whole of the lot together I
’ A. K Rich» 1« >n «aw mill
Guaranteed for One V . r
jingle mill is again in opera-
Mrs. N. R. Grace, of Cove Ore with my residence pK^e-rtv with
t > Bs«l f .T
mi ready U* fill orders of any gon, who has *|«nt th* pa«t thirty
Mr. Ricbar I wo will
I*- years in the newspaper busine«, stock or wll for eawh
Grant Keeler son
d to figure on your order«, having edited and managed paper
Barns, « >r<
rood to the mill
\ddr«-« in Tenne-«ee Missouri. Arlran«»»,
Kansas and Oregon, -pent a few
k if ** Fred Weate- erg. of Mono- dava last week with her brother the C image-. H«igg'»«An>l Bnekt><<«r<t»
“we" of the N*wa.—Caldwell Newa.
are arriving now and selling »• fa«t
a« we can get them in. We have
two car Ion«I• of
If its Wheels qoù want. I m iput ■
't Th arad y n'temoon tc front -, W B. Corsets—none hotter and in train« Th* l»e«< Pt/wfc of
lend» and l<
Mount Homi Shirt« in latest pat
TO® p Mil^Bacu'—
R-nnke Asbesto« Shoe« tn Rorr« Cel! and bmk at
t *r« K11"
girl" at th*
c>«tlie«t benuw B-st —^chwartr even if vou do not desire to buy at
plfìNO MOWERS BINDERS
2/ou ríon t fmvc
of my V/aciinery.
Zf htr/i Me extras rfyht /for
a6fitittc ttu bni/<t a n'Ufon bettor
C. H. VOEGTLY
Dealer in the above
THE WELCOME PlitmCY
fo tentf muay
<• nt tract
JOHN ( j EMERLIING
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