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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1903)
Ed Howard wa< among
Drewsey visitors this week.
Before buying your
meat see Levens <fc Mace.
The Popular place to do your Trading.
Free Free Free Free
Beginning with September ist we will give
a coupon with every 25c cash purchase which
will entitle the holder to . chance on a Hand
some Drop Head latest improved Sewing Ma
chine with a written guarantee, to be given
away Sept. 25th at 12 o’clock noon.
Weather prophets are predicting a severe winter.
The cool weather of the past few days has caused the ladies to
bring out their jackets and their children's winter wraps.
In a few days we will be aide to show you some of the latest
and most comfortable cr. ti c - of this seasons Ladies and Misses
Jackets and Children's e. : ks
Also flannel and silk shirt waists and ready made drees shirts,
Our Shoes give universal satisfaction. 1 hey are honest values
made of the best obtainable st< k.
Ladies’, Mon's, Children - and Infant’s shoes that wear.
BE8T WEARERS LOWEST PRICE |
Jlisses, Boys and Children's School Shoes
Boys School Suits. Hats. Caps |
Uadies’ Felt Hats and Caps
We are showing the Lit. st and m..st up to date styles.
SCHWARTZ & BUDELMAN.
The Times-ri era-c
IAS THE LARGEST C1R< Cl .A I t".X
ANY NEWSPAPER IN IH I :• < <1 X’TY
SATURDAY SETI I
Local N e\A
Quarters of beef sold I v
Ar Mace cut up free
Oranges an<l lemons at Huston’s
Ask for prices at the City Mar
k'd before buying quarters of beef.
If y u need any sewing machine
of repairing done, go to
Fresh !>2 acre grain pasture just
opened on the Davis corner south
It is impossible for us to make
per-onal mention of all our friends
J. R. Jenkins and fan. v are in who have attended the fair the
the city taking in th< fair
Before buying quarters
get prices at the City Mar..
J. F. Mahon and family
been taking in the fair t!
Five more wagon K . i
goods just arrived for Lun
Mrs. C. J. Melnt..-h
Miss Mayme Cozad ar tl
of their sistei Mrs. Wm F..: r-
Job printing—The Tin
Heme made lard at
Home made lard
G. W. Young has good pasture market
! at his ranch 3 miles below town.
Home made boneless
Supt, Gilcrest of the 1’. I. S. Co. the City .Market.
i has been in the city for the past
We will not b«' ui
■ j week.
quarters of beef — Levens A Mac
Chas. Parrish Jr. came over from
Mrs. C. A. Byrd expects her i .
: Canyon City yesterday, bringing
line of Fall Millinnry next v- k.
over some traveling men.
See the Litco Window Curtains
Mr. and Mrs Alva Springer were at the Furniture Store Nothing
up from Narrows Saturday and nicer.
Born—Sept 111 to Mr and Mrs C
Dr. L. E. Hibbard and family E. McPheeters at their home in
have moved into their new home this city, a daughter.
in north Burns.
Miss Harriett Brown, of the sponges, etc. for the school children
Georgia Harper Co,, returned Sat j at Jorgensen’s at cost.
urday from a yisit to San Francisco.
Wm Levens and wife will take
If you want a good pair of shoes, their departure the first of next
try a pair of Asbestos. They are j week for Southern Oregon
hand-made.—Schwartz A- Budle-
Henry Blackwell came in tin
j first of the week. He was accom-
S. W. Thompson and family have | panied by Ed Allen, a mining man
moved over from Drewsey and will of Baker count v.
remain here permanently.
Mrs W. E Huston and little s..n
Now is the opportunity to buy Taylor .arrived home yesteid v
clocks, jewelry .cards and stationery from a visit to relatives in I li<
Jorgenson's closing out Willamett vail \
C. G. Guerney, A. J. Stephen
All kinds of dry lumber now on and others of the Canyon City ba .
hand at the A. K. Richardson saw ball team went to Narrows yester
mill. Also stair railing, window day to shoot ducks.
C. Beary won the first prize at
“The Woodman of the World,” a the shooting contest this we. k.
$3.50 Shoe for Gentlemen, manu The participants all did very poor
factured by Buckingham A Hecht shooting and refuse to allow us to
Sold by Lunabunr A Dalton.
publish the score
Something New in Sable
Beautiful line <
Vnolens just received
for Fail and Winter.
w and Complete Stock of Ladies’ Garments—
LATE AND ATTRACTIVE.
Our large Winter Stock in every line will be
Complete and we will be found keeping pace with
tht large 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.
Notice to Creditors.
J. H. Byerley and little daughter
Mrs. E J, Lampshiie left this
All persons having claims against
left Monday for their home at New morning for Eugene where sin- will
.1. \\ . K. I- , deceased are notified
port after several weeks visit with spend the winter with her mother.
that In order of the Honorable
relatives and friends in this section. She will return in the spring to
County Court in Probate for Hur-
V. G. Cozad and family have look after her stock interests.
' c v County, State of Oregon, dated
been the guests of revatives and
It is not ioo early to get ready the 11 it h day of Marcii 1IM13, the
friends in this city the past week for the big vocal concert next Fri iinder- -ne.I was appointed Adliiin-
Vic will have a duck hunt before day evening. Those who don't go istr.il,., .>1 th. i- tate of J. W. Kelso
he returns home.
will have but once to regret it, and 1. 1 i-.' l uni qualified on the 5th
that will be whim it is too late
>1 .V ..f All; n t I'.MO, and tu present
Inadvertently we failed to men
Mi»s Myrtle McKinney, of Afton, -neh claims eiilier to him in person
tion that Mrs. J. W. Jones and
family had returned home list Iowa, a niece of C. F McKinney, >r by mail directed to him in the
week from a visit to relatives in arrived here yesterday on a visit In eare ol his nttminiy. Thornton
] the latter and family
.Miss Mc William Burn Ore. properly veri
Kinney will possibly rem tin lei ¡'¡•••I and v.iii.'li.al for ns required
Mrs. Lee Caldwell has
gnu«- to i all w inter.
I \ law within (1 months from the
Baker City after her daughter Dorn
c pirat ion of the publication of this
Tom Murry and Chas Owen li ft
and Vella Mace who were dissatis
fied with the school there and wish
First, pubi’. Hi n dated Align i
Igo to assist M. A Modi Kring down
es to return home
S, inti;;, in Th*.
la large bunch of I’ I. SCo beef
A. Egli and family have moved which will b ■ driven 1 > Winnemiie-
1 i ll’liotl Sei
in from Wagontire. Mr. Egli has . cu for shipment
.1 II Card,
bought the Jack Dennis resilience
Rev (1. W Black and family ar
property and his family will become rived here List Saturday am! the
. K'l o deceased
permanent residents of our city.
r< verend gentleman fill' d the pul
Goe. E. Davis, a prominent at pit at the Baptist church Simd iv
torney of Canyon City,accompanied II< v. Black informs tis <hat lie wil
by his wife and little daughter, ar locate in Lakeview.
rived in our city yesterday. Mr
Davis will go to Narrows Monday
A Purgative Pleasure.,
for some duck shooting.
A. K. Richardson and family
were in the city a few days this
Lunaburg Ac Dalton will, during
week taking in the sights at the
fair week, giye away a handsome
John Culp left the first of the writing desk, a beautiful and use
week for Whitney where he took ful present for either sex
his father, W. 11. Culp, who is en cash purchase of $1.00 at their
route to Portland for medical treat Store and get a chance on it.
If you ever took l)e Witt*« Little Earlv
Riser« for biliouHUer < or constipation
you knew wliat u purgat ivc pleasure is.
These famous little pill« < h rilliHO tut!
liver and rid the Hx-tcrn of nil bile
without producing unplesant 6
They do not gripe, sicken <»r
but give tone and strength
such and organs iv<»lve<l.
fell of Houston, Tex. sass *‘N
pill can be used than Little l ol. I!
ers f.»r const ipat i n, sic k I m I ii
, • to
S«»ld by Burns druggi-t~
PLANO MOWERS. BINDERS
. 'fit aon't Attuo to senti aiuay
</> the extras ri^Àt Aoro.
.///■». . ,Z</'Z/Z// to bmtrt a maÿon bettor
ment. Mr. C. has been sick for
I. M, Davis spent a few days in
our city this week, Mr. Davis has
D. II. Smyth, who with his wife just returned from Kansas where
_ “The Woodman
HOPKINS & GARRI TI
- here attending fair, says the re- he spent the past winter. He is
$3.50 Shoe for Gentlemen, main;-
aro -til1 nt th.. <.id stand mid
|. rt that the hay crop is short this buying horses to ship East and will
•n| factured by Buckin.
»till making th *- fine siidrlles
season is a mistake. He is au make another trip in the near fu ADMIX ISTRAK»R > XOTIt I
Sold by Lunaburg
that have tannini so popular
thority for the statement that more ture.
Take notice that by order of th*
J. D. Combs is again in th -
with th«- rid' rs of this section.
hay was pul up this season than
GIVEN AWAY FREE—During \n-
County Court of the state of Oregon
Cfi'tion buying cattle H
Writ«- 'hem for mything in
for several vears.
gust and Septeml«er N. Brown A
for Harney County the undersigned
* panied by his daughter Mr- i- 1
tiro lino ot harm m , -addi' a.
A perfect drug store re«juiree Sons will give away free 10 Smyrna was dulv appointed this the i | ,j .
chaps, bridle, etc . if nut c<
many things to make it. First the Rugs. These rugs are handsome of September ItMJ.'J, Administratrix
vi-nient to call.
inr 1 The two Luce boy- v. 1
will to buy the l«est Next, the in design and will beautify your with the will annexed, of th» > -t.it-
Th- v are the sole agents
st»-'" panied the John Day tr '
know!, dge to know when you get homes. Ask for a ticket with every of Allen T. Clark, deceased; all
this county for Security Sto« k
s / were called home
, it. The further knowledge of know- cash purchase.
|<ereons having claims against -aid
night on account of the ■ ri u- ill- j ing bow to keep and dispense it.
E. B. Reed expects to leave to estate are hereby required to pre
neM of their father. John . I.
Then the will to charge reasonably morrow for Whitney where he pel sent them.with the pr.qs r vuu In rs
Mr Luce died last Monday evening for it You will find all this at
to meet his brother, Rev. J. 1.. Sage, within six months from the date of
T IE CAPÍTOL
The Windsor, under t'. m mag. - 1 Horton's.
a Baptist minister. Rev. Sage will this notice, to the undersigned,
ment of C. B. Smith At Co , i
The engagement of Mr. Herbert spend some time here conducting a Mary A ( lark, al her r> -id
of the most popular rt-
Matti- n of Portland and Mies
Oregon, or ul th«« otiice of Parrish
Esther Schwartz has been announc
P. G. Smith arrived home the
cigars, billiards at
'd. This is a surprise to the many latter part of last week after an A Reinbold, nt Burns in said ciun
X- and expert mixol
friends of the young lady here. absence of over a year in the east. ty
Dated this 15th 'lav of Septem
The date of the marriage han not Phil and bis brother Harry did not
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. K-
their departure Thur-1 n
expect to be gone but a few weeks
M ary A
ed with the Portland Journal.
when they left here with horses to
Idaho where they «
Administratrix with tl
Dr. L E Hibbard will leave market. Harry was married dur
home. Mr. Kony
M day fir the Summit of ths ing their .lav and did not retorn
county for many y • ■
St> n M ur.tain to hunt “Big Horn” with hie brother.
1 v esteemed by all hi-
or Mountain Sheep. The doctor
The beet wishes of th • ;
Chas Owen has laser« 'ip fr .m
1- arna there are a few of these ani
county accompat ■ 1
for the past week
ma!» in that section and as they
Married—Laet > : la
at the home of the bri l
at Andrews in our last i-- ie wa-
one side of the case, Mr.
Hacks. Murray having waived exarnmi-
th and Mr. Jame- I -< 1
Carriages, 1 Buggies and Buck board« tion and bis defense not being g v n
are arriving g now and selling as fast This statement is made in justice
The bride is a da gi.
them in. We have to Messrs Owen and Murra-
as we can |
Mre. E. D. Rak- r a l
two car U nm I o of these goods here should have »tatted then that only
lar voting lady Mr I
and in trains The best stock of the testimony of the pr'>«ecnt .n
\V xgonii and Vehicles ever brought was given. Mr. Murry is i w out
Island ranch so :
W. E. HUS7ON
•»an« tn P.t rr.«
Call and look at goods on bonds with Messr* M M. < .-b-
dent of this OK r I
.even if you c do n >t desire to bay at iag. Thos McCormack. J I. * ’
The Tiaeeo-H» raid
Sen time Geer A Cummins and J. P Rector as «uret
t lb* pr»*-nt
C. H. VOEGTLY
Dea er in the above
g to -ar next week
Guaranteed for One Year
He’s net after
x $20 to
Im qour Htfcltlebaff
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