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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1903)
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S^UALITY, QU ANTITY & PRICE
Are c essential
iUiHM ' At
essenOal to flu . orders large or small
I in trill let you be the judge.
As to yunlitu
inly. Our stock' is most
H e buy the Best
complete in every detail und ou t- prices the
lowest—consideri/ highest Quality.
'■ r Wi y J .
NEW FRESH DRY GOODS
or all descripti
Storm flannels. ■
ings in gray, In
cotton tea ist iw
luting flannels in light
nnels, soft silk Jinigh—
henry—All wool suit-
and black—JI ool and
cir shades and designs
’OK SIK Ç
i Adies and
v, ar, Etc., Etc.
uk- .s .
'X 51« -
COM l-> S'! HRS.
o'l.i: tily of them before the ad-
money on them Wo also carry
We baye bought a
vanee and can sav-
¿fies. V *
L WO L BLANKETS
r~„HE LARGEHT CIKCl'I
NEWSPAPER IN Tilt
c v «’ -c :
IA TV RIMY
RO AX OCTOBER
■ i nb hon' y at Hu ’ n
Pt; -H. Brentom is io
irters of beef «old b
indem: ce cut up free.
L. Clark was a vi
1 ng pfn the last of the w<
saflf tionery, pencils, SI -
, jHlgjohool supplies at J
,. Sitz, the Lawen
several days wi.
fountain pens, pt
ware and < her
I Di r ' l)",v
||)LL' -»I children are
ise City, Idaho, wl,
.t residence proper: y
Windear, under t
of C. B. Smith A <
most popular T'
ol. Finest ofE 1
Mf >, billiards aodftc
¡]P«'P Whiting has >>•
veral days with
t ..»hieb was hurt
a wagon uot long
ieitet ury Richarbeon c
i, orfMario stage theot
an absence of e-
' r and B
the race aaeet*
>i»on. one < f
e O-B»'.agc, m»t
. ■ • be had bis »•<'■
.is left foot ba
< n«rs new wbe-
<ivl before re..
the ught the
■g and got out '
• « O <
fall. We'll :iv ■
than yoj c :
Well stn.cu on what
: - f iiiwsu tl activity. We w ant yon al-*ra; with us this
’w ■ !'>’• Kpiili'y, more satisfaction fot vovr money
h -. liter»’s p'e?sur-, too, in su hanimnrr.se display
nec, ■ t new li-t of artivals woith youi aiten ion
* -, —
p ~ -£"• -•- »e*-
ct .-/»/ ct Z tct
/. t •
900 etc SotC,
¿Diack antt Colored Jape,
53'ritiio n ts.
other t/cs-raòte fabrics.
Fleece Sui tin .
SprQi* Udi stin
( ^rC t >onct ft u istings,
Sitfin rSV ye Waist in
Sil K « AND SA I IN<
Ò e/i/t es,
of fancy wcaoos ¡
Trimmings of all kinds and lb . -sin-ikers
Our llhosmry stock is absolutely right as
to assortment, quality, size, -lye and fin
ish. features appreciated In e in fui buv-
Se&jla Rid Cloves,
an Quality Shoes,
Royal T ailons,
Gi ù.-. <Sk Hanborn Coffee.
We have better values in Men A Anderson valley
Women's shoes than any mercan
Home made boneless corn beef at
tile house in the interior call A in the City .Market.
’ cceiv. r’fompt Attention.
spect our stock and you will agree
Mrs J. C. Freeman is in from
with us X. Brown A Sons.
John D. Daly, president of the
Nice salt Salmon at 15c lb—this
First National Bank of the cit . is
■cj ion’s catch—at Huston's
over from Drewsey attending
R M. Everett, the contractor i J. F. Klink, I • t- huiloua- lim •
meeting of the directors of that in
builder was down from Harney tnan, has b"i n in th. i. \ forth
I past week doing .s um repairing
SAY—You save money and time
Curtain- ,0,1 11,0 lin“
1 hf ’
•1 A the City by ordering your suits ami over
at the Furniture Store Nothing l-lates installing
coats from Friedrich the Tailor nicer.
he,<- in the n- <r .
Rolli Thorn « - in from Silver ,h,‘y flt’ and muRt fit A,,-v “lter“-
tion that may occur tree of charge.
work, in roll or Hat at Jorgensen’*
Friedrich the Tailor, Burns, Ore.
— reserved for —
Sen ii.g in :line nt idles,machine |
W. J. King was a caller at this
oil, gun oil at Jorgensen’s.
If you want a good pair of »hoes,
' office this morning. Mr. King and
(try a pair of Asbestos. They are)
Born—To Mr a- I Mrs. Charles
family have moved to Emmet,
hand-made.—Schwartz .V Btidle- 1
King yesterday, a daughter.
I h«y will have s-nn< Uiinu to wav
Idaho, where they have bought a
A-.i for pri • at tie City Mar- • home Mr. King bought 1<H> head
J C Beaty, one thej prosperous !
of beef which he will take out with
-lock men of the southern part of
1 ■ m iger- Ln - r.-t urned from a
the county, arrived here this after
few day.- outing on Spring creek.
The Red Front Barn is now un
noon on business.
Mrs. C. A. Byrd has received der the management of Harry C
Cail and inspect our Ladies,
her fall consignment of millinery
i well cared for. He has good, com- Mis-es and Childrens Jackets and
and Dimmed bats.
We sell the “I’nlmer”
fortable livery rigs and fresh I Cloaks.
V - l'auiine Locher, our oblig- jlorHt.s
maki—X. Brown A Sons.
will be found a
inr i.-iio girl” h is been suffering.
At this time it *• not known
60 <11 if
'.-"in n.re throat the past few days.
whether Dave Cary has reached bis
I Porcupine, Alaska,
At V •
If you want a goed enjoyable
where he spent the summer work I home near I.awen or not. Reports |
Guaranteed for One Year
-ke go to th- \V elcome Pharma-
ing for the company in which Ed are to the effect that Mr Cary is
< y and get one of tho.-o nice pipes.
Hanley is interested George Iik.-s in a very bad condition and his
\V, D. Hani
id wife have re it up there aud expects to return life is despaired of.
turned from the railrc ti where Mr. next spring,
Thus. Bain ami wife were down
11. was looking af r th- shipment
fi -m their home near Harney yea- Not i< • ia her«-’«»
itatnwl wttlcra hat
terday. Mr. Bain is one <>f the pio maha fina* pnwif
fore the K«*alati r at
bakery the latter part of the c .tiling
Miller and] week in tbe building recently va neer residents of this valley and «■b X’irt vtnlH r 19. 1 *
fias a good ranch. Hi- considers , il I I No )
i r? this afternoon
cated by the tailor. Sh will keep
this the be«t country on earth and '
,d will remain un-
M . Sorth «4 M«
on hand a general line of br- ad.
think- Harney County has a »till I
pie», cakes, etc and - licit i . ir-
j mi r So in
L SK . -K'.. I*»
and Mrs. Dell Dib- of the public patronage.
! Nonh of Ma!Io > ii
1 «y ì tun • 4 t<»
M FitzGerahl failed to g--t Ki rtz.
l»CT Of ••14 1«D«I
»>•» morning with
Blue Mountain Eagle:
' the man who was arrested at Win
Koirof, < hew*er li
Frank Metcban and wife of Sil I of Burn*. Ore »•
nemucca on advice from the officers
:d family have here charged with aiding Egbert. vio-. came over last Friday and left
illding formerly Something was wrong with the ex Saturday for Baker City.
] • ■' dlice. Mrs. trndation paper. This is to I«- re
Joe Turner came over from Burns
act a ’ akery.
la-t we<k after a load of fruit.
IS THE PLACE
While here he r|*nt several day»
ffice ha» I wen
Don't overlo«>k the fact that a
MoiM* lif- -l'i.- firstclass bakery will lie opened tir
bavit.g to get out Mrs Helen Robbins the latter part this citv.
great religious of next week in the building form
J I. Huffman carne over from
i half the usual erly occupied by Freidrirli
Burns Wednesday and went d .wn
usual amount of Tailor.
to bi* homestead n-.ir Dayville
Bread, pies, cakes,
re rush orders always on hand.
ye»t»r<lav. He will return to Buri.’
X Saturday where he is employed on
bole outfit, h iW-
R D. McIntyre, formerly of this
city but now a resident of Id
eed a specialty.
A party of expert duck hunt«' r 8
arrived bere the other day to
- t- ' pumpkin
C( B/pOttd of Errett Hick», A D
after some business affair» and
All kinds of Fresh Vegetables ir. Season,
Ixdy. V O.Cexad A J Wendler-
M un Street.
Len» »n<i J F Turner
friends here always I
11 : ! lurkheimer Building
' sterduy for
for Ben and will 1«
will return in
contemplai** »pen. ng th
ll.u k» |
nag«*», Boggp-sand Backboards I
Arriving now and selling a* fast I
E l' BuckGv 'iii'l« • nuvin*»»
Mr Chai E Whitm re at her
HAM HIX BY I'r !>•
can gel them in. We have
-me in Boise last week
MI m trip U* Ibi» «*ily Saturday from hi»
• ar load» of these gissi* here '
M array is a niece of Mr- I H brom in Silvie* vallar
n»d in train« The beat »lock of i
H olland of this city and with b»r hi-
al.j la» ex paria need en-
agon* ami Vehicle* ever brought I An experiencwi < i>«-f in < l.-irge of
other »]>ent several week* here ».<*« rablw ehiilv weather dun,.g the
B'irna Call ami look at geod« thia popular piare Every thing to
• past summer.
Her y ><ing pavt month, end one w <«rnir.g in
a if you do not ileaire to buy at .-at an*i «lrii.lv
en«ia in Burn* wi*h the l.*Jy a .s*ptemf*r the merrary regietared
--ottime Geer A Cnuiiuma
h»|’Py voyage tbruugn iif-
only tai. -legre** abura zero
Short Orde"* ■<
Made dy h.
ArçtylMaîl Ordets V
A. K. Richardson was a visitor DELEGATES TO IRRIGO ION MEETING.
the first of the week.
At a meeting of the Board of
Before buying your winter’s
Trade vesterday afternoon at the
meat see Levens A Mace.
court house, the matter of sending
Ladies Fur Boas A Scarfs nt a delegation to the meeting of the
Eastern prices X. Brown A Sons.
State Irri ation Association to be
Bart Cronin, foreman of the P. held in Pendleton « u the 9th and
L. S. Co Agency ranch, is in the 10th of next month was taken up.
Ex-Senator A. W. Gowan volun
to go as a delegate and to
Why do X. Brown v Sons sell
own expenses. This gen.
Letter Roasted Coffee at less mon
erous offer was apprecioted by the
ey than other merchants?
body. The board also elected Dal
All kinds of dry lumber now on ton Biggs and X. U.
hand at the A. K. Richardson saw-' delegates.
mill. Also stair railing, window
A majority of the city officials
being present it was found thev
"Uncle" Bill Williamson i* again favored sending at least one dele-
circulating among friends in this 8a*e 1° represent the city ot Burns,
city. He arrived here from Boise | A committee consisting of Hon.
I. S. Geer, X. U. Carpenter and
Halton Biggs was appointed to wait
"The Woodman of the World,” a
'on the county court to ascertain
$3.50 Shoe for Gentlemen, manu
the number of delegates that would
factured by Buckingham A Hecht
, be sent to represent Harney county.
Sold by Lunabury A Dalton.
The Times-Herald is pleased to
Every house in town is occupied see the interest again awakened in
j by a family. Our excellent schools this movement and gratified with
bring in many people during the the enthusiasm manifested at the
I winter months
meeting yesterday. The suggestion
“The Woodman of the World,” a by one gentleman present to get
$3.50 Shoe for Gentlemen, manu together an exhibit of our produ ice
factured by Buckingham A Hecht ; and take along is very good and
should be acted upon by the bodv
Sold by Lunaburg A Dalton
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at its next pie. ting which will lie i
I Mrs. Robt. Irving spent 1^ ; held at the’citv ball
I on Tuesday
Wednesday and Thursday in the afternoon, Nov. 3, at 2 o'clock.
j city. She came down to attend a
Wo hope to see a larger number
meeting of the Rebekah lodge and of our business men present at the
g i We are agents for the Oregon
Woolen Mills and will save you
Home made lard at the City
i money on blankets A Bedding of
I all kinds'.—N. Brown A Sons.
E E. 1’urrington is down from
J. W. Biggs and wife have re
the saw mill.
turned from a trip to Lake and
:: Klamath counties and liav>- taken
('locks and jewelry at reduced
rooms in the Geer resilience for the prie ■* at Jorgensen's.
J. F. Mahon is a visitor from
• -tepped on th-
• rig the horse«
ing him on-1er H
mahl* to move
e road until th
found The '-
tbe J. W. Jon»
1 u'wter the e»
MILLER & THOMPSON
If its Wheels i,oiJ went. I'm i|our (lijrk'eb
'ropical and Domestic
Fruits when in eason.
THE WINDSCI CAFE