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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1903)
8ATUBDAY HKETEMBER1». 1WK.
8UB8CKI PTION KATKb
J. H Mitchel
C. W. Fulton
A. M. Crawford.
Geo. E. Chamberlain.
Secretary oi state
F. 1 . Dnubar.
C. H. Moore.
Supt I'ubl ti 1 nut ruction
J. H. Ackerman.
J. R- Whitney
i R. H. Bean
•/ C. WolverUui
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
M. I) C liffobd
Circuit Court meets the Third Monday in
April and Fourth Monday in October.
. . .
E. H. Teat
J L. Band
H. C. Levana
K S Kla.ler
R A Miller
J. K. I.oggan
J C’ Bartlett
. | R J Williama
( C T Miller
County Court metta the firat Wednesday in
January, March, May, Jnly, September and
HARNKY U. a. LAND OtriCl:
............ Chas Newell
CITY. — RUSNS*
Dr J. W. Geary
L. Weidenberg Jr.
W A. Gowan.
( F. O. Jackson,
| Simon Lewis.
t G. W. Clevenger.
Meetings of the Council every Recoud and
M< »VIETI KB.
HARNKY I.OIM.K, NO. TJ. I. O O F.
He. !« at O.I.I Fellow« Hall, every Saturday
; >o p m
I J Martin. N. 8.
F. <>. Jackson, Secretary.
INLAND KU». I NO. 70 K nt F.
Meeta every Thnratiav evening In the Brown
Thornton William«, C. C.
John M. Radioman, K. R. H
A New Line of
keeping with that of his con the back way after dark. We STAKI \
gregation. As his position prac 1 are inclined to think there is some
practical in his plan. There
tically forbids him to engage in thing
in M oney
any money-making occupation, i are a lot of men, both married
, weight in
m start a
he is confined to his inadequate and single, whose past experience
salary. And the salaries of min would fit them for model hu -
w to do
isters are only now beginning to bands.
share in the almost universal in
crease in wages during the last
A Georg a legislator h ,■ de
The Congregational- nounced the newspapers because
, 73. Children's Iron Beds
ist says “little upward tendency in he says every time he opens his
mini-ters’ salaries” is manifest, mouth he is made to look like a
and that it is not manifest any too fool next morning. He is like
soon is proved bv the fact that, in [the school girl who being asked
the Presbyterian denomination, ! w hat determines the climate of a
Kitchen Oil Cloth
only 2500 pistols 1 eceive as much locality, answered: “The ther
as $1000 yearly. The remaining mometer.” —Ex.
Latest designs in
5000 are pai l on the average
. or writer
$600 a year. Ian Maclaren sug
Notice of Final Settlement
gests that wornout preachers be
shot, and it st ems a good solution In the County Court, for Harney
Come in and see ub .
County, State of Oregon.
of the problem,since they certain
New things arriving
ly cannot have saved anything In the Matter of the Estate
out of their salaries. Taking all of Arthur Blanckley Pat« n
... r for man, BURNS FURNITURE CO,
the circumstances into considera Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that
tion, the Iowa preacher who re
F. Arnold, executor, tin-
fused a professioual baseball job
at $3000 to remain in the pulpit
at $600 may be branded as too
i filed his final account as executor
practical for this century.—Ore
| of said estate and that Tuesday
SHELLEY A KOLEY Proprietors,
the 8th day of Sep. 11103, at 10
o’clock A. M. at the Court Hous,-,
A man w ill run as fast as he
in Burns, Harney County, Oregon
i ' '.try Public
can to cross a railroad track in has been set as the time for hear I Stenogr ;
Shop opposite old Brewery
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front of a train. Then he will ing of objections to said final ac
All work done with neatness and dispatch.
watch it until it goes out of sight. count and the settlement of said
gWGive us a call
M. F itz G erald 1
Then he will walk leisurely away. estate.
T hornton w
Notary Public I
IS al EMale Agent
He seems to be all right and pro
All heirs, devisees, or parties in
bably is That is a man. A terested in said estate will appear
woman iri a street car will open a and file their objections to said OftP • ■ ■
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B crns ,
satchel and take out a | purse, take final accounton or before said dat
Thomas F. Arnold, i
out a dime and close the purse,
Executor. J. w BIG ,
1 \ ¡.TON BIGGS
close the satchel and lock both
5 & Biggs
ends. Then she will give the
, Y- ■ AT - LAW,
dime to the conductor, who will
Services at Christian Science B RNS,
give her a nickle back. Then she
■ ourta of Ore.
will open the satchel and take out Hall every Sunday at lia tn and
■ r 'inptlv made.
the purse, put in the nickle, close 8 p m. Seryice Wednesday even CM ■
the purse, open the satchel and ings at 8. Subject for next Sunday
.Sept. 20 ‘‘Reality.”
put in the purse, close the satchel
Rev A J. Irwin will preach at
and lock both ends. Then she
will feel for the buckle at the Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
back of her belt. This is lovely month at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. tn.
Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
. A •
handsome mirsors ,
Gives all the local news
A certain resident of Condon
had a son w ho disliked to get up
at the proper hour in the morning.
The father would call him and he
ORDER <»F W AHAINGTON.
Meeta every first and third Friday, In Brown would respond, “yessir,” and im
< . I’. Rutherford, P real den
Pearl Viilgamore, Secretary.
mediately go to sleep again. One
morning last week the father de
BI'RN.M < IIAFI KK M> «1,0.1111
\ . i\ m < ond mid fourth Mondavs, in termined to cure the son of ’his
M hhoii I. If m H
Kobe IT < nahlng, W M
slothful habit, so after calling him
hvlnora '.»await, Secretary.
and getting the “yessir.” lie walk
■VLVIA RKIIKKAH »KORKE Noll
ed in the room, turned down the
Maataevery 1st aii,I3<l Wedneaday.
Flora lla«. y, N. <1.
cover ami gave the occupant of
c <1. Smith, Ker Her’,.
the bed a good spanking. It ap
II AKSM \ Al.l FY CAMP No Ml. W of|M
pears that on the previous day
Meet« every first and second Tneaday
| the boy and the hired girl had
< aa McClain, t om.
W. A. Gowan, < lerk
exchanged looms and— ? Two
TV I Fl IK, I F No. HIS, W ,,f W
hours later the old gentleman was
Meets < \« r\ fourth Tueadav
behind the woodshed drafting
Murtha Halton, G M
lune W lilting, Clerk.
a written apology lot the hired
j girl, and the son still slumbered
The politu ians who are willing on. Arlington Record.
to kiss the dirty shoe» of the Pre
Snow Io the depth of eight
squirming and declaring that ■ inches covers large areas of south
Hitchcock did it, but now it is ern Montana. Uncut grain in
known that the President himself main sei tions mock the efforts of
did it. Asa matter of (act, the farmers, while sheepownerswill
President did most of the other be compelled to hurry their (locks
things puliticians have been trying in of!the ranges.
Elie wind that
to place on Hitchcock as the brought the untimely snow, how
scr.ipego.it. He put out Binger ever maintained the ill wind's
1 lermann for one thing. A school character Io' blowing something
boy could see that far. 11« has of goiul, since it will settle, for
been at the bottom of the reser I this season at least, the war that
vation scheme; in fact this whole 'has been in pt ogress on some of
Western obstruction business has the higher ranges bv causing the
been engineered by the President ¡sudden withdrawal of tlov ks to
in order to curry favor from East the low er lev els.
ern men. Some men have been
trying to make a fetish out of the
Semite bill too, “An act to
president, worshipping anything regulate the emp! w ment of vhild
lie dm s regardless of the right of
labor and for the attendance ot
it, but the truth seems plain that children at school.” m ikes attend
he is willing to slaughter this
ance at school compulsory for
Western country tor
Eastern childieit undei t | during the
favor, f< r these things will proba- whole of the s»
>1 term; children
blv give him favor along the under 15 not employed in any
law ful woi k aie icquiied to at
tend svho. l also.
this district should lead up on the
law and see that they do not
render themsvlve« liable by ,ii-
lowing thru children to remain
out of school. Huntington Her
Sunday school at Harney the
first Sunday of each month at 10
o’clock a in. On the second, third
and fourth Sunday of each month
at 3 o’clock p in. Preaching ser
vice < very second Sunday at 8 p n
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.1 to Collec-
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At the Presbyterian church
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor
Devine services the third and fourth
Sundays of each month at 11 a. in.
and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at
10 a. in. every Sabbath morning
Preaching services at the Baptist
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays
morning and evening Sunday B vrnb ,
school every Sunday at lia. in. Cvikcjon
prayer meeting every Thursday
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Instantaneous process use
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modern newspaper enterprise.
The orginizatior. of its news ser
vices is world-wide, complete in
every department; in fact, superi
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The magazine section is illus
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splendid half-tone pictures. This
section contains more high-class
literary matter than any of the
monthly magazines. The fashions
illustrated in natural colors are
especially valuable to the ladies.
The colored coinic section is a
genuine laugh-maker. The funny
cartoons are by the best artists.
The humorous stories are high
class, by authors of national rep
Sheet music, a high-class, pop
ular song, is furnished free every
Sunday in the Republic.
The price of the Sunday Re
public by mail one year is !?2.oo.
For sale by all news dealers.
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cures Indijeatlon. dyspepsia and
\\ ith the advance in the stan.l-
stomach and bowel troubles.
aid < 1 gei < ial education it is nec-
the action of the jtm -
KODOL tnc (lands and
e-saiy that the standard of mini»-
f.v«a tore to the
ten.il culture should also advance
KODOL re hevea an overworked «temach
To sec uie this result an increase in
the heart a full, tree and u lrs~
ministerial salaries is a necessity,
action n.-ur:«ha» the n»rvcus «.<•? • «.-.d
for, devoted as many clerymen
feed« the brain.
A writci makes the following KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that la
are to their calling, it ts impossible
for them to live as they should »uggestiiMi
He s.iy» divorce —
and weak peep a «trorf t-y r- a « to the r
and tv bring up their families as would be entirely done away with bodies all of the -.'wrahmeat that Is con
they desire on the meager stipends if married couph-s were compelled tained In the food they eat
|l 00 Sir. K.' -« JN tuewe Ike uW
they too often receive. The min to live three or lour blocks apart, Sn.l
■as. wMek senator »¿a.
ister lias a position to maintain, ( and could see each other only by r»^n< ante IF I. f. Min « t*. (HUM
and his manner of living must be sneaking up an alley and going in
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All sailing dates sub
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For San Francisco 4 p. m
every 5 days.
8 p. n>.
I p. m.
To Astoria and Way- Except .
10 p. m.
4:30 p m
good eating stations at convenient 6 a. m.
distances along the route
Tuesday Portland Corvallis
Thur« A and
s. s. WILLIAMS, Gen Mgr,
L. Woldenberg Jr . Agent,
Burns. Oregon. 1 20 a m
8:30 ■ tn
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will Ot TWFAR.il oth,r
Salt Lakn.Di river,Ft.
W orth, <)niaha. Ka
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Chicago ai d Fust.
Leaves Burns dailv for Ontario
Oregon City, N> w
6:30 a m. Arrives at Burns dai 6 a. m.
ly from Ontario at 5 p m.
The only through passenger and
» a m. Wlllam.ttr
transfer route from Burns to the
Teu-day Oregon City. Dayton
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First-class accommodations, and A Sat
St. Paul Walla Walla, Lewi-
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115 apolis. St. Paul, Du a. il .
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