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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1903)
Popular place to do your Trading.
' The W. B. Corset
ding Corset of America. It is correctly built
i.p.’ygenic principles, gives grace and comfort
‘ he wearer. Cost no more than the ill-fitting
I. We will be pleased to show you the dif-
nt styles and explain itS many advantages
Soda water at the City Drug
Hear the Newsboys Quartett al
Lochers Hall Sunday night.
l'p-to-date job printing at reason
If you need any sewing machine
supplies of repairing done, go to able prices.
Rev. A. J. Irwin and family ex
See the Lace Window Curtains pect to go to Buck Creek the first
at the Furniture Store Nothing of next week to be gone for several
Geo. Hopkins, who has been out
Mrs W.E. 11uston. aeeotnpa ni ed
to the P-Ranch repairing work on by her little son Taylor, left this
saddles and harness has returned morning via Canyon City for the
to this city.
Willaiinette Valiev to visit relatives
If you want a good pair of shoes, and friends for three or four weeks
try a pair of Asbestos. They are
W. E 'Frisch has returned from
hand-made.—Schwartz A- Budle- the Hot Lake and coast where he
went several weeks ago for the
Look in the north window of the benefit of bis heoltli. He is look
Welcome Phamracv and see the ing much better since his return
implements with which they com . and says be was much benefited.
The Windsor, under the manage-
Last Thursday night a number nient ot ( B. Smith A C o., is one
of our young people enjoyed a moon- °f the most popular resorts in the
light hayrack ride. Epon their re- interim
Finest of liquors and
turn lunch was served by the ladies cigars, billiards and card tables
and expert mixologists.
of the Georgia Harper Co.
-THE SATISFACTORY STORE”
LADIES ROYAL FASHION SKIRTS
By The Royal Tailors, Chicago, Illinois.
Inspect the Newer Ideas for
We will take your measure and guarantee a lit.
The Red Front Barn is now un
der the management of Harry C.
Smith where your stock will be
well eared for. He has good, com-
e never offered to the publie than cue are
livery rigs and fresh
.8, ring notu, as our Fall and Winter Goods
Price Withers have been enjoy- '
notu arriving and cue must make rooom.
In an altercation at theSeaweard
a visit from his father and
adds and ends must go
mother, and his sister and her bus- cabin in Stein Mountain last Mon
band, all of Eugene. They arrived ,day. Ike Frazier was seriously hurt
here some two weeks ago and left i by being .«truck on the head with a
for home this week.
| revolver by Tom Dawson. A war-
rant was issued for tlio arrest of the
Mrs. .\nderson and her daughter .
, .. ......
latter and Shenti Allen arrived in
: , ,
, this city last night with his prison-
letter opportunity will present itself. All
lively of Mrs. A. M Byrd, arrive.!'^ Hi« prelimimirv will be held
imer goods consis- ing of Lawns, Organdies,
here from Prineville last Sunday
,|lls»ice Miller Monday
on a visit to the latter. They ex-
, , .
rhams, Percales. Ch unbries, Dress Duck«
A letter from Prot. \\ . h . \\ er-
peet to return home the first ot -(.,lkll| .1HI1„IIII(,,s l)lal he ui|| nr.
Callcos--Regat H s of Cost.
riv>‘in Burns about th«'middle of
A plav full of surprises, startling
Osborne Mowers and Itakes hnv« next week and will immediately
take up tbe organization of his mus climaxes, good eomedv anil splen-■
been used in this comity for 15 ic class Those who have given
Vrite for samples. Return in dl will bring them to
years and some of the oldest ones their names to the maie'.ger of this did scenic effects. Showing a train .
ou. Solid table vv.ire given a'.M’.j .«« premiums with
are still in use doing as good work great religions w. eklv are requnst- of cars crossing the stage al full
as any new Machine“. Full line of ed to be readv to meet the prfessor speed, also the pier scene on East
extras for these machines always Posaiblv a public meeting will lie river, New York, introducing the
held to which all who are interest News boys Quartet, and other spec
on hand Geer A Cummins.
ed in music will be invited, where ialties The management has gonb
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
Mrs. .1. W. Buchanan and daugh [the class will be organized
to extra expense and trouble to
ter Mies Eliza, were in from tlie
make this the best performance yet
NOTICE FOR BIOS
station Wednesday. They came
SCHWARTZ &, BUDELMAN
given bv the Georgia Harper Co.,
to consult the doctor. Miss Eliza
who will Is' ably assisted by the lo- i
■ not having fully recovered from the Notice is hereby given that
talent of Burns. Georgia Har-j
will be received by the County
accident mentioned last week.
Cmirt of the State of Oregon for the1 per will play the part of Laura |
Wagons, wagons; We will sell the County of Harnev, for the grad Courtland, in which role she has
* ,l; '! ' ary *ins
you a Mitchell, Rushford or Web ing of certain parts of the County received much credit throughout
'-Bv the past few days.
the country. Miss Clare Swain
Roads of said county, viz:
C S Johnson Mine in yesterday ber Farm Bed Wagon;
and Julian Byrd will appear in im
Dre. largest circula i ion ok from his home on Calamity.
portant roles, also Mervin Horton
W8PAPKB III THU bounty .
Geo. Waters made a Hying trip OJ
The first piece beginning about a ^¡n |(e u Peanuts” the bootblack.
quarter of a mile south of the resi- Tt)e p|ny Jpn|H wi,h high and low
to Drewsey this week taking a load Send your orders to us. O. C. Co.
CRDAY AUGUST 11. 1
of soda water.
deuce of -I. L. Sitz and about 100 fife of New York City, telling a
School Superintendent Bartlett
Ex-Commissioner Altnow was in and boar,d C. H. Leonard and Mrs. teet north of the north end of pre- touching story of strong heart in
i from his Otis creek home a day or J. W. Geary, have been holding the sent grade and running thence terest, and many interesting and
south 12<M> feet to where the road exciting scenes prevail during the
| two this week.
regular August terchers’ examina turns west.
action of the drama. At Locher's
Dain Hay Bucks large and small tion in this city since last Wednes
Tbe second piece beginning about ball Sunday Night Aug 16.
s and lemons at Huston's
in stock now. Prices and terms to day. There are four applicants for a quarter of a mile west of the ter
train of care at 1»
minus of the first piece anil run
-nit the times. Geer <V Cummins certificates.
uing West and South for a distance
Geo. Maupin, who is now located
F or S ai e —I will sell my half of 1000 feet to the North end of the
-ton was a visit-
i on the Owyhee, has been in this interest in the blacksmith shop and grade built in the fall of 1902.
the first of the w>
The third piece beginning at the
section the past week looking after tools situated on south Main street,
' innett and wife were dow n
me business affairs.
also the whole of the lot together West end of the grad«1 built in the
fall of 1902, on the west of Silvies
ies last Saturday.
I'he Georgia Haqier Co. l. wjH with my residence property with River, between the lands of F
present the great sensational drama two lots.
Mould like to trade for Crowley and the P. L. S. Co , and
running a distance of 2000 feet
I rider The Gaaligat, at Locher« i stock or sell for cash.
fithers was in the
Hall Sunday night.
e week. He infoi • -
FENWICK LANE ROAD
Messers C. W. Parrish and G. A I
ished putting up I -
Road Grade and Bridges, begin
JUIIS GEM BERLINO,
Itembold went over to Silver creek
Little Gladys Holland entertain- ning at ihe south end of the Lane .lewelof.
■On Aug. 10th to M .■
extending for a distance of
the first of the week on business I ej ie of her little friends on the and
I Jacobson at their
8000 feet to the north «nd of the
a: 1 pleasure combined.
beautiful lawen at her home in this lane.
Fine Watch Repairing A •Spe-
5 Mile, Crook Co
There will be available for pay I cialty.
• heater Carter spent a few day- ' eitv last Wednesday evening from
ment on said contracts, for the l.a-
~^r. R. Biggs, of Prineville. on Emigrant Creek this week and 6 to 8 oclock, the occasion l>eing wen-Narrows Road $1000.00 and
OI’PO'ITK TIIE I1. <».
L(jt?re last Saturday on o
for the Fenwick Lan«- Road, $000 <>0
iin tor a nice let of trout.
Deering Mowers, Thomas Hay out of the Road Fund, this vear,
»r parents, Mr. and Mrs
Acme Mowers, Dain Bucks, . balance, if contracts are completed THE CAPITOL
Badge Power lift Bucks this fall, to be paid by warrants re
[QOI Iowan and family and >
deemable in the spring of 1901
Sfiesitications for raid prop«Mied
r went to the mo intains arrived home Sunday from their “"d Sweep Rakes,
work are now on file at my office.
lead ay where tl. box outing on the Deschutes. They
and prices to suit. Please call and Bids will lie opened and considered
r big wood-saw ii
very little game. Cy saw several get prices lief,»re purchasing p I hp -
On Thursday, September J. IVOJ.
’’ the -- -orjf.
beartrack«, but failed to get a shot. where.—Geer A- Cummin«
- »J - *
at 1 o'clock P. M.
The Court will award the «on-
“ ■ Between Lawen
‘‘Ten Nights in a Barroom" the
■I I.. Huffman and wife were
tracts to the lowest bidder, reserv
orge's ranch, Fr !... |
over from Canyon City this week grand old temperance drama, was ing the right to reject any and all
a black bound n.e-B
Georgia bids if they deem them t«»o high
with a load of jieaches. John is
>01- I receipts and not I •
Each l>i«l shall lie accompanied
leave at postoffi« ■ |
laying off from ths print shop on a Harper Co last Sunday evening
7 / " nh‘t/1 h'll jutt hf’fa tiprtiFil fn Ihf
by a Isuid signed by two or more 'lhln ttlilf UblirillH ululi? 'J tllf [lili rnmHi?
eceive suitable r
freeholder« in double th» amount
hold« a case down in the Eagle off most thorougl.lv appreciated by the of th«- bid. a« surlier, mad«- payable
HAIR < ETTING. SHAVING.
Brien was arr-
ice. This office acknowledges s
to lhe < unity for the faithful |»-r-
on complaint of A
' all from Mr and Mrs. Huffman Marie Hemmer as Mary, the little formance of the contra«-1.
NE A I BAI H ROOM
irged with steaLcj
F S Ried« r,
daughter of Joe Morgan, deserves
’ Grandma " Haskell was a caller
h t nil fifa! rln » Hull
< *omity < lerk
special praise for the manner in
re Justice M
at this office yesterday morning,
which she played her part It is
—■“""^nd held to apt
come in to see tbe typesel-
under a bond •
quite a difficult part for one So
achiiie in operation We
ere ni|>ello'l to disappoint her. young. 'h* 'lid ex cep'. onail v well
Ji f September N
at the home of
r. as our operatoi was not in
H L* rive away free 1
ice "Grandma" has ripe her non at Riddle, Oregon, Mrs.
icse rug« are
Guaranteed for One Year.
A -« in her garden in thi
y. Sarah I lan, from cancer of the
and will ben
a certainly a good showing breast after an ¡line»» of over a
- \»k for a ticks’
r tl time of lhe rear in this w- year, ¡•eceaeed wa« an Oregon
pioneer, having settled in Dougia*
cc-onty 32 years ago. She was born
Pbeetera and w
», the big sheep
in Princeton, Iowa Mr» Ulain
rom tbe Dewel •
torned from out
wa« the mother of Mrr P-ter
lie ha« l*en ship-
Clemens of Poison creek and was <
io were oatit
di«po«ing of bit
here on a visit to the latter last
[IP1* He saw « be.
»Id bit wool at
Besides Mrs Clemens 1
• cabio ene t
A in new
L, for 13 j cents
she leaves one daughter Mra Addie
also di»p<-«ed of
» 1 I -
If its Wheels qod want. I m your H^ldeberru.
Tb' ma» of Silver Lake. Washing
nor to have a -
1 2? ■_« * head <
*p in California, ton and a son, Peter I’lum of Rid
in t'haa ar . «<
Mr D . ¡gla»
has • iati b»ad of dle The bereaved relative« have >
kt »bot fem •
th «tein M run the sympathy ( a wide circle of
- «ly tbe door « .
friend« in thia counts
C. I’. Haight, of Portland, arrived
here on last Wednesday’s Canyon
stage and will remain indefinitely.
The young man is an old-time
friend of Dr. Brownton.
Down They Go
PLANO M0WER5. BINDER?
wüvi * ”
3/ou don’t Áui/e to sond oiuciy
on any of my W/acfbfnory.
f hoop tbo oxirai ny/it boto
an ahtJuh imyombitiiy to bm/ti a wayon bottai
C. H. VOECTLY
Dealer in the above
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•I all lol II» wl «Onii'l Ilf» o»lir«l • »I H ■
guarantee altar ti.re« |.avnirnt« «re i .-I-
Autoa»atic aiteud'-.l maiiraiu-e f "r the I
A paid up poli, y
bau or <-aah surrender relue.
Vntsi-eilad a* a dividend puv. r
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l.artiian A Harmon,
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Marqua» Bldg .
our pulh iM
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