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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1903)
New bats just recieved at Mrs
C. A Byrd’s.
] The Proper and cheapest place to Trade.
in endless varieties.
* Santa Claus will soon be here.
Joe Vanderpool waa seen on oui
Julian George was among our streets Thur»d -.y
Order« filled for lemon pies and
Tom Vickers paid us a flying fancy cakes at the bakery.
visit the first of the week.
Sheriff Allen has returned from
T. G. Kribs is again at work ou his trip it Salem with prisoners.
his residence in this city.
Mr« C. A. Hames was the gue -t
Young men wanting cake or pie of relatives and friends this wee
> can be supplied at the bakery.
Don’t forget Horton’s when y>..
Our Western Ways reports R. F. sre ou your rounds looking up
, Claypool suffering from pneumo- Ci rist as presents.
Join. Jorgensen is still confined
iDL SATISFACTORY STORI:
BROW X S
il Vt RY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD WEARS SHOES.
Of cuui not every one wears good shoes, in fact the ones who wear g od shoes are
those who wear
Queen Quality Shoes. The famous shoe for women.
.eptune Shoes. The water proof shoe for men.
ay er & Co.’s Solid Shoes. For boys and girls,
eet & Brown's Celebrated Infant shoes.
uckingham & Hecht’s California made Boots and Shoes for all.
-< I; ORDERS PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY FILLED
to his lied suffering from slomm-h
-- V r.
ulc is to give you your money’s worth or your money back. Isn’t that fair?
G. W. Cieveugui arnv.-d hcme>
last night from Salem ,nd other
This weather may be tough on
John Robinson is in from his de stage drivers, but it makes the
sert ranch spending a few days stockmen grin.
with his family.
Mrs Wm. Hanley is eiitertainin.
Boston Brown Bread with baked tbe Ladies' Afternoon Club at hn
beans Sunday Morning at the New home this afternoon.
The ladies should remember the
Dr and Mrs Kern, accompanied tine assortment of embroidery silks
by Mrs J P Dickenson, are in the and fancy yarns at Mrs Robbins’
Order your meat by telephone
The supreme court has just af
from the City Meat Market and it i firmed two of Judge Clifford's de-
nit i'-liant*- have ...
<1 ih . -
will be delivered promptly.
vision in important o
oarried up plaing t
Hon. C. W. Parrish arrived
home fro’-n Canyon City Wednes-
See the Lace Window Curtains
at the Furniture Store Nothing
That we are headquarters for anything in the Toy
line, Work boxes, Toilet cases, Manicure sets, Cuff and
Button boxes, Shaving sets, Albums, Fancy Baskets,
Glove and Tie boxes, Fancy decorated China plales,
?_^cups and saucers and many other us -. h '; ['resents too
' 'numerous to mention.
Comb honey at Huston?
Our prices are the lowest,
our stock the very test.
.. ,, 1'. , 1.. S,
W. B. Parker has been circulat from Grant county.
i u Sllpt. . , (in est of , the
Co j |
ing among his friends in this city
It it isn t convenient to call al , is tier, i on- of his oceasiomil vis-
the past few days.
the shop order your roast for din-1 jt
’Phone the City Meat Market for ner by 'plioe from the City Meat
Fred Hmnes, of the firm of Haines
----- RE8KRVKD FOR-----
anything needed in the line of meat, Market
A Miller, is down from Hurney to
for young and old
lard, etc, and have it delivered im
Archie McGowan informs us his day.
grandmother, Mrs. Martin, has gone
The latest things in hooks mid
Miss Julia Greeley, one of the to Oakland to spent tlio winter with stationery for Christmas presents
They will havo somolhlng to say next week
popular teachers of this county, his siBter.
at The City Drug Store
Thanksgiving with fiiends
James Simmerville arrived home
The trial of Harry Egbert for tin I
PS, Rubber Boots and Overshoes of all g spent
attended the ball.
last night from Crook county murder of Saxton and West will be,
The ministers who have been where he had been working with taken up m xl L'ui-dav It will not'
Remember our low prices on
religious services at the one of the surveying parties
likely take loiyr to try the case after
Presbyterian church are meeting
Wm. Burrow has charge of the a jury is secured.
with considerable encouragement. W. N. Jorgensen stock of jewelry
i don’t el i to grow hair on a 1
Those Queen Quality people and notion.i during the siekni-MS of l ain head but I do claim that I-
know how to make Shoes. They John Jorgensen.
- in i" v nt I
from falling and
G. ' 'V. Rob-
known and popular batehelors was bins at t i ipT ' Harbor ''hop.
Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention,
Miss Lena Harkey, of the Har- going to commit matrimony in the
Guaranteed for One Year
ney public school, spent her near fu,ure lacks authenticity.
CLOSIN' IM I
. RlillLCED TRILLS.
BMt SCHWARTZ & BUDEL!£AN.
Thanksgiving vacation with rela
Mrs. Fred Haines, of Harney,
tives and friends in this city.
stopped in Westfall one night net
Christmas will very «oon be here. week on hi r way to the road seys
o e1 ned
O J Darst is in the city.
Get your father, mother, daughter, Our Western Ways.
Mr. and Mrs. N. I Carpenter being sola
The weather continues to be son, brother, sister, friend or sweet
heart some of those fine presents at entertained a number of their Many vi
r ^THK LARGEST CIRCULATION OF damp.
young fri_ id« at th«'. home last, Christm.u-
lb-duetion in Millinery at Mrs.
■OrS"y NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
I in this -.1"
Our stock of iron beds is now I T- ■ «lay evening
-. Great Bargains.
complete and at very resonable | Byron Tirrell bus arrived from
Herman liuh and family were in >
SATURDAY NOVEMBER» I
If its Wheels qou want, fro Hour [lu<iil>
prices. Call and Bee our folding la trip to the railroad. He left hi
the city from Lawen yesterday.
beds, steel couches, etc.—Burns freight wagons it Bci'dier thougl
Mince pies and doughnuts a Furniture Co
an I will return >r th in when the
specialty—at the bakery.
“Uncle” George Duncan was in roods f'l.oxe u;
ing Cn h i'd Xi uieure Hets in the
Carrol Cecil md Jim Adame the city recently and went to Nar
k for Pride of Japan Tea.
Don’t veil tlrnk ono if Om-e fine Bu. k I h ire I'-,- latest. Plate
were in from Warm Springs rows section to visit relatives. He
I W it- riuat. ¡'< ' nta.u p -n- .- u hand
Rusk is over from XX arm Thankegii ing.
ingle mid trippla,
expects to remain in this section -erne limiee gold pm; and In itier l«:
i set in R
" >d mnl Mahogany. I
until after the holiday«.
I Just arrived—
: would makt your friord or «w, t- Our line ( < it Gim-H though small
eery open all hour? including Those new style Coats for women.
IS THE PL'C
| hear an appropriate hristma« is e h et a",I of (bo I ich I m.-ike.
B rown ’ s
day afternoon from Winnemucca,
Yen r, i lially invited to cull -
ft P. Gearheart was a business J. R. Gould ha- returned from where he had gone after a team
I ami inspect ili1 tn ut
( r from Calamity yesterday.
Salem wl, -i hi accompanied some left there by M. FitzGerald. Duke
been th«- guest of her undo ' . F
prisinors to the j nitentiary.
says the roads are in a very bad McKinnrv and family, forth.-' past
ood kind at moderate prices,
Just in time for your Christmas condition.
two month«, expects to take In r de
B row <-
Suit order now from the Royal
J. C. Buckland was a business parture Monday fc« her home
V. Baker and wife were the Tailor. Brown’ Resident agents.
visitor the first of the week. He the East
iyy of Sheriff and Mrs A'
just recently returned from
R. J. William- has moved his
Dial Attorney Miller is again
Provisions and Feed a Specialty.
family into their residence in this Alberta where he took hone, to hero after attending to all matters
rt B. Smith, of Union, an attor- city. They arrived here Thursday. I sell. Mr. Buckland realized a very in the criminal line at Canyon City,
AH kinds of Fr»«sh Vegetables in Ser. son,
in the city looking after
and is making preparations for the
Joe Tupker is r.ow engaged in satisfactory price for the stock
business connected with the erecting
- deuce and making
Studebaker Wagons, Hacks, trial of Hurry Egliert next wi-<-k.
other impr .-v.
uta on bis alfalfa Carriages, Buggies and Buck boards , Gloves—
, are arriving now and selling as fast
Leather, Cloth or knit—all made'
dance hist Thursday night ranch east of hi re.
^dl attended. Sever, "f -nr
SAY—Yoi u -ave money and time as we can get them in. We have for serviee, but good looking m- at I
by order? « your suit« and over- ' two car loads of these goods here prices that you can afford to buy
people from out of
It IIOW >
—'sent in spite of the
‘ i coats from ■ led rich the Tailor and in train«. The best stock of
they fit, and u.-t fit. Any altera- Wagons and Vehicles ever brought
The present condition of the
ccur free of charge. to Burns. Call and look at goods roads has seriously interfered with
LEWIS & McHARGUE, Propt .
Red Front Barn is n -.v un- lion that ma
even if you do not desire to buy at
>U-e management of H.ir.-? 1 Frircra n the Tailor, Burn«, Ore.
». All new.
the present time. Geer <t Cummins.
New and Elegant Livery Turnouts Complete. Fresh 1 earns
where vour «lock will bo
ing at all times and in ¡Mlallmeiits.
I don't claim to grow hair on a
Horses hoarded by the day, week or
Rev. F. A. Davis, the gentleman Sometime« wv have mail and at
red for. He haa go- 1
bald h«-ad but 1 do claim that I can
H|s-<-ial care gi ven all Mock
a livery rig« and fn-h prevent hair from falling and pro
other tiroes its just the stage
mote the groxtb. G. W Bobbin, : Church in this place the latter part
R J McKinnon has so far recov
Special accommodations for Commerci?: Men
of laet month, arriyed here from ered from hi, recent accident
at the Capital Barber Shop.
fill k Bunyard return«--: Thur«'
Lakeview with hi« family this week, which his leg was broken, as to
Cor. Mian and B St»., Burn» Oregon.
Sid Kurtz - tie man held at Win
5 tn a hurried yisittohis ranch
and have taken up their residence aLle to lie aliout on crutches
“» the Malheur and will start
in the Grace residence. Rev Davie
Jhie today accompli i-d by of the charge of assisting Egbert to will nil the pulpit at (be Baptist •xpecta to return to his duti< -
x jc jr x x xc x x x x jc
the Diamond ranch imno di.it, |y
rfjI and little son.
turned a, far as Mann Lake with church regularly for the present at
E J. Chandler took in the
Windsor, under the manage- Duke Young.
, Thank .giving ball Thursday night.
' f C. Bi Smith 4 Co , is one
J M Dalton and I. 8. Geer ar
There will be a meeting of the
He ha» changed his mind about
J W BUCHANAN pfu-.t Bur Ore
u moat popular roeorte in the
Harney County Stock Association rived home laet Sunday via Shani- going to Alberta and will leave the
. FineK’ of lkl'-’f* an'l
Jfvu" nrntl no ro
t; billiard*\nd car l table* at the court house in Burn« on Theee two enterprising citizens first of the week for rm, Frat>ci»eo
to tAo fioofoto of lAtt loofton wAo Anoto tAo tonrtto> >>
Nov 30, at 2 o’clock P. M. Impor
wh<-re h»- will «pend the^w inter with
tant business will come before the spent several days in th> Oregon h • mother
H0MF COOKING SERVED HOMELIKE
uri.*r haaatrkiilat J a j-ti- meeting and al. mt-ni er, are urge,] metropolis doing “Minsionery" work
ALSO SOME NEAT CLEAN
for Burn* and Harney county
flyi-ghr» fwuity r id east to be present.
They say they did not build any
M. Fenwick, Pres.
to aoeotn modal the many
the month and to families Courteous treatment t-
in -a uf Wel«*k.evill' ■ 1 tboee
Th« office i- in receipt of a letter railroad« nor secure the g<M-ro-
I AHI I’ SI WVICE IS UN St HPASSI Il
hat e -CtHn. It was signed from Fred Oakerman.
Oak*rman, dated at
sr >r x >r »c x x A C X X X A
«ring land la ths district. Hill,bow-, t his
state, in which he tion work in Oregon, but f«el very Clarence Jonneoi.'e until n<- I- 1
<’ jany friend* oti*» H. Culp order* this gr«at religion« weekly
acr rnplish. The occasional jaunt« .« a IHcte .d, triple tiu>e-lo<
to learw be *'gain
j •*»nt to hin a«l lr»-M there until fur-
thr<>«- liter pt ce. In the hx»r a
M-. ' >akerman states -f such men to the outside world
after «evwral *e-k t« ws.j ther notice
log sioinlfanetwisly, and th
wile n r ■« and will re
1A at Portland
this «e- lion, as they talk ooutin- refusing to lock nntil they ar
l.owee laet week a
3 «nd v
the op- •end« bv />-gs:dk to friends and uaily of it« w inder* and poaabili- p'>per w
, e'.y recovered fr
tie«, l<e«ide* giving the outside peo-
•• * urg sr j ro f. wri^hs
i« good and he i*
pie ao . l«a of our wid« awake and IT'Xl pound«, and cost* i, 1 -Io*
J feeling fin
progreaeive buein««« men.
there 1'300—Grant C'^unty New
MILLER & THOMPSON.
ladies’, Men’s and Children’s Shoes.
QUILTS AND BLANKETS.
RULLINE OF STAPLE GROCERIES.
BICYCLES! ' BICYCLES!
JOHN GEMERLI NG,
Tropical and Domes
Fruits when in Seasc
The White Front Livery Sable
THE HOME BOARDING HOUS
Gives all the local ne -v -