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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1903)
S. & B
The Popular place to do your Trading.
Before buying your winter’s
meat see Levens A- Mace.
Farley Auble and Curtis Lusk
passed through Lakeview last Sat
urday for Burns.—Examiner.
If you want a good pair of shoes,
try a pair of Asbestos. They are
hand-made.—Schwartz A' Budle-
Home made lard
J. H Jordan and
Those desiring past .
- AUSI ACTOR. Si
Clocks and jewelry
prices at Jorgen-< n -
Home made b ,
“Uncle” Billy Buchanan has the City Marki t.
been the guest of his son, J. W.
Nice salt Sainton .it i \
Buchanan in this city the past
’s catch—at Hus
G. W. Young h e
All kitids of dry lumber now on
hand at the A. K. Richardson saw at his ranch 3 mil -
mill. Also stair railing, window, We will not be
I stool, etc.
quarters of beef — 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. w
Hon. C. W. Parrish has returned
: from Canyon City where he was at j have opened a b trdiu,:
; tending an adjourned term of cir | this city.
Artistic crepe p.tp :• fir fane
“The Woodman of the World,” a work, in roll or tint at !>.■
$3.50 Shoe for Gentlemen, manu cheap.
factured by Buckingham A- Hecht
Commissioner M ll< r
: Sold by Lunabur» A- Dalton.
I tor from Laweii the I
11 Geo. W. Cone and wife who have ! week.
j I been at the Horton A’ Sayer sawmill
I. II Holland ha reti
11 the past summer are again in the bis trip to the railroad
I eitv for the winter.
I went on busines -
Prof Rigby, principal of the Citi-
1‘ M Cheney and I'amilv "
;!/etts Business College and Collegi- the gue-t- ol
: : ate Institute, informs us the school i few days tin- n,k
: is tilling up quite rapidly.
I We are glad 1 -I
Geo. White the accommodating i W. Howser. wb . ba hi n
meat cutter at the Levens A- Mace ill at her horn mar Harin
market, is out in the mountains improving.
hunting and taking a vacation.
Two stray sows c .
Mr- Fred Denstedt arid little McKinnon Jr's in di
children leave today for her old Owner can have - im
home in Plano, Ill . to be absent property a nd p i v > n nil char
five or six weeks. Mrs Jasper
1 he base b• 11 nine that
Davis will accompany her.
from this pin i . Burn b
Mr and Mrs. Ted Hayes aecom- turned. Thei admit 11 i r <1. .
panied bv Grandma Hayes, were but speak in high li nn
tn the city the first of the week to treatment < ■ a .I, d tin m
attend the funeral of David Clav- people of Ihiri .- I Im M
Dr. Marsden was culled to llar-
Died—Last .Munday mornin;
ney Wednesday to attend Chas the home of C. E ‘ MePhieb
Roper who had his left hip dis lo David Wesley Clavpi
cated by a horse falling on bi in. failure. Deceased
Mr. Roper is doing very well
valid since lo- w < -
old and for sevi nil
8OHWARTZ <fc BUDELMAN
der the management of Harry C. his home with hi- n
■'niitli where your stock will be I lav< s. 11 b id j
well , ired for. He has good, com to town for no di
Oranges and lemons at Huston’s fortable livery rigs and fresh Saturday. Mr (
Nov, 19, LS.tt;. in II
Home made lard at the Citv
Ind. came lo tin \\
One of the most interesting in ’47 and t>
THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
A majority of our people an- mi ! events of the race meet last week was never
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
was an ■ xliihition by the racer
feting from colds.
I broth?r vf fl. !•
Little Henry on Saturday after
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER J6. 1908
Sewing machine ncedb -.iuai bin uomi. He ran without a rider Malheur connti
! place Wedni - I i
oil, gun oil at Jorgensen'-.
making a half mile in 52.
vices being cum;
Ask for prices at the City Mar
V G Cozad and family who j I. Irwin. The rit
ket before buying quarter- .1 • i have been visiting relatives arid
I rd in the Burns
Kodaks and cameras at Jorgen-
Joe Vanderpool and family cam" friends in thi- city for the past two
in from Warm Spring- Thursd r. weeks, took their departure for
Quarters of beef sold by Levens
Miss able prices.
If you need any sewing maeliim
Mace cut up free
May me Cozad ocompanied them.
supplies of repairing done, g.. t
Chas. Comegys and family are
No. 1533 was the number that
n the city from Wagontire.
th" handsome sewing 'machine ; If you ever took f •
George Buchanan and wife were
Stationery, pencils, Slate pencil«
away by Schwartz A Bmlel- Risers for hili; u.: .
the gueata of relatives in Burns thi
ind school supplies at Jorgensen’«
man yesterday and George White VOll know wllllt H pel
was the lucky man. He now deeds I Them* f«m<an lit
Rev. G. W. Black and family
i I iver and rid tlie
a wife. He is a haniliome young without producing
eft Wednesday for Lakeview where
man and we can recommend him They do not gripe,
hey will reside in future.
cy and get one of thosi nice1 pip.
Thomas Dawson who was placed | but give tone and
Born—To Mr. and Mrs Robt
Freeh 92 acre grain pasture just under bond* by Justice Miller a sues and organs
lirDi taker at their home in this city
opened on the Davis corner - uth few weeks ago to appear at Circuit ' ell of Houston, T.
ast Tuesday, a boy.
pill can be nsed II > I
Court on a charge of selling liquor ers for c.,n-t ipat. u
C. J. Johnson, one of the substan-
Aliases Beeaie anil Janie Ander without license in the Stein Moun Sold by Bum- drug.
_ -'"ial ranchers of I.awsn neighbor
returned home Wednesday tain section, is now in jail. One of
hood, was up on business Thursday.
after a visit with their sister Mr- his bondsmen desired to withdraw ADM l\ ISTI: .11
‘/The Woodman of the World,” a Brus Byrd.
from the bond and turned him
3.50 Shoe for Gentlemen, manu-
Take riotic th
to the sheriff.
W. D. Pool was in this week with
,xictured by Buckingham A Hecht
County Court of t
ESTRAYED.—From the range ;
^(.¿old by Lunaburg A Dalton.
not dispose af all and had to pa< k lv, _t uf t|,,. Horton A Sayer mill», for Harney C un
was dulv app >in
Born—At the home of Mr. and about 850 lbs.
one black mare, branded )( with of September !'■
tra. John Sevedge in thi« city on
The racers Little Henry. Keil - bar over on shoulder, scar on k nee ;’ with the will am
be 18th inst. a boy to Mr. and
and John II have been one black gelding with white hind | of Aller, T. 1
fra. George Baker, of Juntura.
taken to Sumpter fur the mu' fcot branded JO on stitle, had bell | persons having <
p Cologne, fancy Meerschaum there next week
n. Presumably strayed toward i estate are h<-r<-b
ipes, fountain pens, purses, silver
Creek and Prineville. Suit | sent tbem.wi
Mrs. C. J. McIntosh t< k her ib -
«/ p ible ware and other novelties at
within six in
parture Monday for her bum* n
reat reduced price« at Jorgensen's.
Go» W C onk , Burns, Or.
John Day, after a pleasant vi-it
f'r‘ Chas. Bslshsw is again over with with her sister, Mrs Wm Farre
Our old friend J H Garrett was Mary A 1 la
>tne of that fine fruit from the
caller at thi« office Thursday. Diamond Va
Mr. Hyde. the stone mason, bad
eiaheer enfraad. He remembered
has spent 21 winters on his I Oregon.
with some fine Bartlett pear« the misfortune to burn his hand Emigrant creek ranch looking after A- Remis
quit« severely the other day with
his old cows and hor«es and now
hot tar. He is now la d up for ri
thinks he deserves a vacation. He
__ N. C. Wells, of Sen Francisco,
——’ wot several days in our city the
‘ mtemplate« leaving the latter part her 1903
A perfect drug store requires of m-xt month for Southern Oregon
(t^*y«t of this week. Mr. Well« i« a
Ad u*ini -1 r
u si nee« man of that city and was many things to make it First tl • to visit old haunts and eve some
will to buy the best N-xt, the relative* H*- may possibly spend nexed
N i !at enjoying a vacation.
knowledge to kn r «hen i -u get
The Windsor, under the manage it. The further km « dg- : k •« the winter there. We hope the
b.,y a II enjoy the vacation he
ent of C. B. Smith A Co., is one
ing how to keep ami
the moot popular resorts in the Then the will t > charg- rea- r.a
itoriot. Finest of liquors and for it. You will ti l
Mrs. I j R* (’aldwell returned
gers, billiards end card tables
«t r»f the
id expert aiselog st*
WtH e *he b«< I gone to bring home
R. T. Cleypor again has the' Studebaker Wag ; ;«, Hacks, her hi : Iren, Dora and John and
i Buck board* Vel Mac
anka of thia great religious week- Carriage, Bugg • -
It seems they were
Ml* fi«-d with tbs treatment
f<* . ■ —
rosy , ar« arriving now st t -<
eeked pwcbM grown at bn bom« ae we can get th- n
r*ct -<i at the Sister* *chool
e they we tre given unwhi
the foot of C«»Ur. Wood Canyon two car loads / tm -
llite-lleij to work
MalhMT ceonty Rub« certain- and in trains Th«
rai««« 11 m Bn«-1 peach«« in ibis Wag ms and V«
eck ’• U m •nod» and doMo t to Burns Call Ahd
«rlook hi« frier. 1» when they ar« •ven if you do i O< d
th« prtsent time Ge<
Fall and Winter goods
are now arriving and in a
short time our stock will
We are showing a large
assortment of new and styl-
ish Coats and Jackets for
Ladies, Misses and Infants.
They are the latest crea
Our immense stock of
Ladies’ Men’s and Child-
ren’s shoes has never been
more complete. Our shoes
have a reputation for style,
fit and wearing quality.
Try a pair ot our shoes and
you will wear no other.
Largest Stock of (i leral rierchan-
rii Oregon before p. rch.ising your
;Anter Supplies—We can fill sour or-
ur prices are k wen this year
zioods that c r> be sold lower.
Jiji’i -I ’t' <■
o handle your account h t .
Call and seeu»
• it trade---Everything to I t. V. ar and Use.
U ILL TREAT YOI LÍGIIT.
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