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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1903)
— The Tinies-Herald
Report of the condition of the
nt th. City FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ns A Mace.
n is in the city
■ ’ 1«
ST VTE OF OREGON.,
C ounty of H arney .) *
I. N. U. Carpenter, Cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of tuy knowledge
N. U. C arpenter , Cashier.
II. M. H orton
J. W. G eary .
Subscribed aud sworn to before me this tit It
day of Sept. 1903.
A. W. G owan .
Notary Public for Oregon-
of tlie Baptist church
and ice cream, in
ug Store during the i
Whistler, the govern
or. arrived on Wednes- sponges, etc. for the school children
to inspe. t work on the at Jorgensen’s at cost.
The Welcome Pharmacy will
jewelry give a beautiful doll to the prettiest
the ad- baby girl at the baby show at the
and the Fair next week.
‘The Woodman of the World,” a
♦3.50 Shoe for Gentlemen, manu
factured by Buckingham A Hecht
winter stock Sold by Lunaburg A Dalton
The Red Front Barn is now un
der the management of Harry C
BEST WEARERS LOW
Misses, Boys and Children's School Shoe
Boys Schooi Suits. Fa's. Cap;
Smith where your stock will be
well cared for. He has good, com
fortable livery rigs and fresh
■ my maht the <ieorgia
w ill pr< sent “Mabel
i rm d Ji
in four acts,
ixtnre of comedy
■m:l will be enjoyed tv
misses and Uadies’ Felt
We are showing the latest and m
Oranges and lemons at Huston's,
Burrows took her
Home made boneless corn beefat
l u day for Bak» r City the City .Market.
h school this
We will not be under sold on
quarters of beef.—Levens A- Mace
■n .-. ■ ■<■ World,” a
We had one of those windstorms
G. th men, manu-
1". , imhain A Hecht -v011 rea<* «bout last night ncconi-
panied by some rain.
b ir" it Dalton.
Weather prophets are'predicting a
The cool weather of the past few day -
bring out their jackets and their child"
In a few days we will be able to sb"
and most comfortable creations of tbi-
Jackets and Children’s cloaks.
Also flannel and silk shirt waists an .
Our Shoes give universal satisfaction
made of the best obtainable stock
Ladies’, Men’s, Children’s and Infant's
»U7, f : i oi
It-.■ ■ i'
pportunity to buy
cat ds and stationery
Jorg.nson’s closing out
TOWN CLOCK BENEFIT.
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12. IMS
S. W. Thompson is over
Quarters‘of beef sold by Levens
A Mace cut up free.
Henry, the little eon of Hon. and
Mrs. I. 8. Geer, is quite sick.
Before buying quarters of beef
get prices at the City Market.
Link Hutton and wife were in
from Wagontire a few days this
Five more wagon loads of new
goods just arrived for Lunaburg A
Frank Howard has been renew
ing acquaintances in this city the
J. L. Huffman was over from the
John Day this week w th a load of
fruit for Huston, the produce man.
A saddle that had been placed in
front of the post-office to be sent
out ou the stage was stolen the
“The Woodman of the World," a
♦3.50 Shoe for Gentlemen, manu
factured by Buckingham A Hecht
Sold by Lunaburg A Dalton.
E. Jacobson and U. J. Kauffman
two popular traveling men, repre
senting J. K. Gill and M Seller A
Co., were taking orders here this
as we car
and in tm
The Wind-"-, under the manage
ment of C. B. Smith A Co, is one
of the mo*t popular resorts in the
Finest of liquors and days th -
cigars. Miliar i - and card tables partied
and expert mixologists.
with more fruit.
A New and Complete Stock of Ladies’ Garments——
LAI E AND ATTRACTIVE.
Our large Winter Stock in every line will be
Complete and we will be found keeping pace with
arge increase of business done by us.
Our buyer is now in the market and it will be to
advantage to call and examine our Goods.
UV/'. I riNK-SCHWT.
A prettv home wedding took
place Wednesday evening in this
city when Mi Clara Schmidt and
Irving B. H i eltine were united in
marriage, the event being solem
nized nt the residence of the brides
mother. The ceremony was pre-
formed by Rev. E. Hayes. Mira
Mildr I II . ‘Itine was bridesmaid
and Osi r Schmidt the best man.
Mr- Mi <-l B -'s played the wed
A large number of
the friend- ami relatives of the con
tract" p rtv witness»«! the cere
M r. and Mis IIazelti
popular young people
have the best wishes o'
friends. They will con
wide in the - 1 ■■ where '
tine is a prom:m nt and
PLANO M0WER5. BINDERS
2/on don't batto to send away
on any/ of my/ 9//acbtnory.
koey tho extras ny/ti Aero.
an absolute im/)ossibihty/ to buitd a way/on bettor
C. H. VOEGTLY
Dealer in the above.
MILLER & THOMPSON
T <E CAPÍTOL
E. C. Warren, E. C. Skiles, Harry
Lacy and H S. Dorman, all well
known traveling men. were in the
city this week
They left for Can
yon City, yesterday.
Chaa. Bel-haw, tbe old stand-by
fruit man, was in again thia week
from the tan.ous Belshaw orchard
with eouae choice plums, prunes
apples and pears. This office is in
debted to the old gentleman fur
some of the 5ne»t (*ara lb* force
ever “flopt- a lip •ver.” Mr. Bel-
»haw will be here again next week
Beautiful line of W oolens just received
for Fill! and Winter.
J-ni V. ill, during
The Times- Herald is well pleas« 1
ay a handsome
with the result of the town »'lock
i! and us»--
benefit performance by the Georgia
I I; , sex. Make a
l."t> at their Harper Co. last Wednesday night
Th«- receipts totaled ♦'.•7 <50 to which
will be addeii several contribution
; who was hurt in from people who could not attend
mention'll in I he expenses amounted to 000,000
■ncy f ;
i- s'ill somewhat Th" house was well filled by soim
A liyrd expects her new
rm do s not give of the best people, in this vicinity
line of I'.'ll Milliliurv next week.
nt b- was hurt and there were several good people
t thought seri- that were not there.
“.Married for Money ” gave uni-
■-: Ft F—During Au-1 versal satisfaction anil a hotter
audience never left a
friend in thi
-r N. Brown A I pleased
Burna. The Georgia
_ \ away free 10 Smyrna |
nan of the Worl I
by Hon. A. W. Gowan in behalf of
' ■ ? h ' V"TV the citizens of our city for their
fact ui -
generosity and those present show
ed their apprt.-ciation by a standing
G u! i -iml wife and little vote.
Senator Gowan gave the
m I. ng ( reek Burns Furniture Co. credit for fur
parents. nishing the chairs for reserved
Curl i- -
1» i n o| rating the seats. This was a mistake, as the
. - tting machine K. of I’. lo<lge furnished the chairs,
in this office since '
rnv.u. that | The Lewis A Dibble stable has the
He was at one thanksofthe manag. tnent for haul
HOPKINS & (ÌHH I
A perfect drug t
nr" -till at the old stand and
many ihii.g ' t. ■-
The Syme Hotel also furnished
Eli! hoiking these Fino saddles
.'Ii.-- - Alice Hamilton,
will t I
Shelley and Maude Norton several chairs. Paul Locher and
that hav bitume so |>opular
i: their departure Wednesday family also should receive the
it. The : .
with the rid i - of this section
i I via Ontario for the rail- thanks of our |>eo|>le for giving tin
ing bow ■
Wr.t' 'hem for anything in
m to Port- “*• of tho ,,al1 fr,‘e an<l buying
' !. latter to I tickets for the Iwnefit besides. The
cbaps. bridl-- etc , if not con
for it You will End all this ■ land to
Electric Light A Power Co. gav<-
venient to call.
They are the sole ng»'!its in
■ n 1 bl confidentially
The Times-Herald did what it
tl. • county for Security Stock
has b< ■ n
of Silver 1 could in the way of adverti«ing
w king the roads the benefit performance, printing
go out driv- tickets, “tonight bills," seating th«
between this ci<
: r' ,n 1 -ome assur- hall comfotably, etc. It is interest
Th great religious ed in seeing our city advance ami
- «t- od by Com- is ever ready to assist in any public
iiiar.' . hut as our in- enterprise. It in not selfish in this
F isk , Proprietor
1 for truth ver I respect. It makes no difference
ve an explana- who advances the proposition, or
y.,,( fco.» upewdie I
: thrtre i‘f thr jmtrmn
what the purpose, so long as it will
<A8 THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
i Capital Etock paid in
I Undivided profit«
National Bank Notes
and Mrs. Frank
n 8 pound girl,
t duing well.
on a Hand
“TH!: SA I IS! ACTOR Y STORE”
ai d family are
Mrs. A. Egli at
.1 pair of shoes,
s. They are
Beginning with SeptemL
a coupon with every 25c cash
will entitle the holder to a ch;,
some Drop Head latest inipre
chine with a written guarat
away Sept. 25th at 12 o’clock
I.oana and Discount a..
(’. 8. Boni ■ to Meuro circulation
Premiums ou U. 8. Bands
I Real Estate, Furniture and fixture«
« ash and due from Banks
The Popular place to d
at Burua in the State of Oregon, at the dose of
>>uainesa, Sept. 9, 1903.
Peni' k -
a light a
u«e gaeol ■
mi» and D- 1 res Racine
glad to be t home with
t Ontario on
tie of lienefit to the public, Th-
Times-Herald will be found in lin-
doing its l>e«t toward helping
never did ' knock” nor oppose any
thing for the public g'iod.
I I I ING, SHAVING,
BICYCLES! BICYCLES! "
Guaranteed for One Year
• »rrx me»,
If its Wheels 1,00 want I n> Hour |lurltlelwi|.
W E. hUSTON