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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1903)
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Robt. Bigby was circulating
Walter Gray and wife were in tbe
among his friend« in Burna yester
city a few days this week
You can buy a Sewing Machine day.
Crocheted saques, slippers and
by making $1 weekly payments at
Skirts for Holiday gifts at Mrs
J. L. Sitz has been in the city for | i Robbins.
several days. He report« busIneM , The latest things in books and
¡stationery for Christmas presents
very« good at Lawen.
Don’t forget Horton's when yon 1 at Th« City Drugstore.
“THE SATISFACTORY STORE”
There is never any “letting up”’of our effuris to procure and give our patrons
the biggest values in Merchandise that is ottered in Burns This Store is full of life,
vigor and enthusiasm and every effort is stronger than the one before, because we
are growing, broadening and strengthening.
We are going to share our profits
Frank Brittingham left yester
with our patron*, by giving away
are on your rounds looking up
day morning for Drewsey where he
Comment is not necessary: Tbe expects to spend the winter.
A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
! Christmas Ball i« under the au-
Walter Cro»B is «topping with I’rof.
spices of the Burns Band.
Embroidery Silke, faucy yarns, Finu and family and attending
This piano is guaranteed for ten yean.
beads, spangle« and Jewels at Mrs.
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The dancing public will be de
The Child who Buys a Hair Ribbon
in endless varieties.
lighted to learn that the Band Boys
J. E. Johnson, tbe civil engineer,
May get a Piano Thrown in.
will have charge of the Christmas
recently returned from a visit to
his family in Malheur county.
J. D. Combs, the John Day cattle
Supt. Gilcrest, who has been vis
buyer, arrived here yesterday. He
iting the various 1’. L. 8. Co.
Every cash purchase entitles you to a numbered coupon; one
came over to buy hay for his stock
ranches in this section, says the
you can keep, the other half with the corresponding number
roads are very muddy.
drop in the box provided for the purpose in the store. On the
That we are headquarters for anything in the Toy
The usual cry of no wood is again
Emanuel Clark arrived here from
selected for the Piano to be given away, the coupons will be
ne, Work boxes, Toilet cases, Manicure sets, Cuff and
P-Ranch Thursday, having come beard. It appears that very few
JVutton boxes, Shaving sets, Albums, Fancy Baskets,
over to take R. J. McKinnon back wood cutters have been able to fill
corresponding number to this handsome Piano
¡-«.jlove and Tie boxes. Fancy decorated China plales,
EVERYBODY HRS R FAIR CHANCE TO WIN *
The expense of holding a special
J qps and saucers and many other useful presents too
The band boys are preparing to
L==-umerous to mention.
give their friends another “A 1” session in Clatsop county to elect a
Christmas Ball as has lieen their successor to C. W. Fulton to the
state senate will cost the comity
custom for several years.
Our prices are the lowest,
M. Horton and family are over
H, W. Welcome and L. M. Brown
from Diamond, Mrs Horton ie
a tour of a portion of the val
here for medical treatment and is 1
cents is just a« liable to win as ane amountlag to $ioo.
ley east of here recently and the
under the care of Dr. Burrows.
found an exceptionally good
. I coupon will be given with each cash purchase mads in
The ladies should remember the piece of vacant iand upon which he
the store. The drawing will take place in Locher's Hall.
fine assortment of embroidery silks filed
WE CONTINUE TO GIVE TRADING STAR»«.
and fancy yarn« at Mre. Robbine’
While waiting forjurors this week
Judge Clifford has hoard a part of
Paul came in as a witness , the evidence in the case of Neal vs
lubber Boots and Overshoes of all in James
the Neal-King case ths first of King in which quite an amount is
the week and later was caught as a j involved. As soon as the Egbert
juror on the murder trial.
murder trial is over the case will
Remember our. low prices on
J. W. Shown and wife were down be
(Sil QUILTS AND BLANKETS,
Harvey Muller the genial boy
the Rebekah lodge meeting. They , who holds the position of chief cook
returned home yesterday.
( at tbe Sod Houso, spent a few days
Christmas will very soon be here. with
his many friends in our city
| <jet your father, mother, daughter, this
ING! Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention.
j son, brother, sister, friend or sweet- himself
well this time: He return-
heart some of those fine presents at ed
i to work yesterday.
8CHWARTZ & BUDELMAN
G. W. Waters has retired from
Miss Alice Smith, the popular the
firm of Waters, Hagey A Co.
I don't claim to grow hair on a
teacher at Silver creek, spent the Sam
MotherBhoad has boon em
head but 1 do claim that 1
latter part of last week and the first | ployed to manage tbe business of
Comb honey at Huston’s.
, of this with relatives in this city.
| the firm and is making a reduction can prevent hair from falling and
promote the growth. (1. W. Rob
The ‘’Conqueror Hat” N Brown
on some articles. Notice the
Carpets that finish the room— sale
bins at the Capital Harbor Shop.
<t Sons exclusive agents.
Those beautiful patterne that make 1 anouncemeut elsewhere.
THI LARGEST CIRCIJ¡.A [ON Or
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N. Brown it Sons aro certainly
Tim Donovan wa3 a business your home so cosy and comfortable
tlif, NY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
—all grades from 50 cents a yard j giving their cash customers good CLQSIMi OUT AT KEMICED PRICES.
visitor the first of the week.
inducement«. They have just re
Reduction in Millinery at Mrs. up. Brown’s.
All the W N. Jorgensen stock of
, SATURDAY DECEMBER IVW
a handsome piano with ma
Jack Scarf returned to the saw- ceived
C. A. Byrd’s. Great Bargains.
jewelry, clock1, stationery, notions,
hogany case which they will give
The Portland Journal issued a mill yesterday morning after spend away to their customers in the etc at his old stand must be closed
Local N ews.
ing several day« in our city with 1
out at a sacrifice an<l the goods are
36 page edition on Thanksgiving.
friends. He expects to be down near future. It i« one of the finest being sold at greatly reduced prices.
instruments ever brought into this
>. H. Smyth spent a few daye| We have many new novelties for again during holiday«.
I section and is of lato patern with Many valuable and appropriate
Christmas. N. Brown it Sons.
Christinas presents may be found
r0!’t! rar city this week.
Our stock of iron bed« is now
Tom Fipe, a miner of the trout complete and at very resonabls magnificent tone.
in this stock. Call early.
! 'ur Coat« and Storm Co;
creek diggins, was down for a few price«. Call and see our folding
MU >wn & Sone.
days this week.
beds, «teel couches, eto.—Burns i
)r. Kern wa« a passenger
Geo. W. Hayes has moved his Furniture Co
„ j ; Monday’s Canyon stage.
law otlico into the old Masonic
The special venire Issued by
rmi !. R. Peterson, the Crane creek' building.
Judge Clifford Tuesday brought
tieman, was over from his home
Have you seen our boys suits many of our taxpayers in for jury
Guaranteed for One Year.
1S •, week.
for $3.50 they are unmatchable duty from various parte of ths
lev. G. W. Black’s daughter i»| bargains.—N. Brown & Sons.
te sick and ie though, to be tak-
Laurence Sheppard wes among
G. O. Hendricks was up from
typhoid fever.—Lakeview Her- Rawer, thin week on business and those who were subpoenaed on the :
visiting his daughter who is attend special venire of jurors but was ex
cused. He ie preparing to build
¡n j(,Z. J. Hopkins and wife now oc- ing school here.
>y the Mrs. John Cardwell resi-
I don’t claim to grow hair on a some new fence over at hie Trout
H^soce. having leased th- . I ) bald head but I do claim that I can creek place.
Harry Riggs came over from
prevent hair from failing and pro
---- 'Immelt Reed who in c-i.«.x mote the growth. G. W. Robbins Plush last Saturday night after Dr.
If its Wheels nod want. I’m dour Hurklebero
,„«»h Cha«. Johnson wa- rid g
- at the Capital Barber Shop.
Steiner to treat Tim Aberen who,
ck on the deeeert, arrived home
C. Cummins has bad a touch of*
JOHN (iLMERLINO, Bur‘o’r;g„o.
it I t Friday.
grip this week which had tbe effect evening and who died before thei
t L A. Williams was over from his of making him cross as a bear aid,
eToi «eon Calamity this week vieit- Chauncy is not dangerous, however,
I We have a fine line of flen’s Hoys’ Clothing,
W. L. Best accompanied by his
i? ; hie parents who are hue from and may be approached.
Shoes, Overshoes, Goodyear Rubber Boots and
Woody and Ben Mutter,
'lily- ne county.
SAY—You save money and time
■hoes which will be sold at greatly reduced prices
by ordering your suits and over brought over some cattle from Sil
Coffee—Three Leaders Chase
18 TH! PLACE
ei^;teoborn’e M. J. B. Mocha and Java coats from Friedrich the Tailor
them in the F 8. Miller field, j Come in and let us show you our
I J. H. Folg,r « Co Mocha* they fit, and must fit. Any altera
’k ra. Brown’s sell all the beet tion that may occur free of charge. Woody will return later and feed
goods and quote you prices.
the stock here this winter.
Fjiedrich the Tailor, Burns, Ore.
Our store is headquarters for
Studebaker Wagons, Hacks. I
Judge Sparrow ba° been indie-' Every «mall stock man in Har
«ed for some weeke and confined ney county realizes the necessity of
are arriving now and gelling a, fast
his room much of tbe time. He a railroad If we had transporta
we can get them in. H’s have
j ’ now improved and able to get tion now they could get their fat
two ear loads of the«« goods here
v ' t in tbe bracing air.
and in train«. Tbe beet stock of'
Provisions and Feed a Specialty.
y<rbe Red Fropt Bari » now un tbe year and sell to a better advan Wagons and Vehicles ever brought
r the management of Harry C tage.
to Burn» Call and look at goods ,
All kinds of Frwah Vegetable« is* Season.
H Meade and hi« compare, even if you do not desire to buy at
lith where yowr st' k will b<
-1, < m- of local talent are preparing two | the present t rne Geer «4 Cummins
)U II cared for. He ha-
table lirery rig- and fresh bills for tbe bollidays. They will
M L !>>wie has assumed ebarge
play "Friends” a society comedy,
on Dec. 29th and on the 30th will of th« general Fire Insurance busi-
H. B. Syme arrival
produce that sidesplitting comedy, nee, in the office of Bigge A Biggs,
ek from Oybee ace i. ,
"Ole Olsen.” Iton’t overlook these and will in future devote bis whole
, children. He will r
time to Insurance, and real »stat«.«
Attorney J D. Venator and his
ie winter to look after tbe Syme
Mr Lewie has had several years'
mother left here by private convey
LEWIS & McHARGUE, Propts.
otel property while
experience in this line of work and
ance today for Madeline, from
The best of order will lw memta n«d through«,ut the evening
gg 11 attend school.
■ th lr .ghly familiar with iueur-,
where they will g > to Loe Angeles
and the management will uae ev,-vy endt-a r to make the affair
New and Elegant Livery Turnout« Complete Freih Teams
“ manag«-- Mrs Venator will spend tbe ice law,, a, well m tbe rulee gOT-
The Windsor. an<!
the most sucbeaalul affair of the «. ■ - .n. Don’t mis- thia Ball.
Hors« » boarded by the day, waak •<
)[<7--nto< C. B. Smitl
o, i» one winter in Los Angeles with
nth Special car« give* ah «task
irte in tbe her daughter. Mr« Joe. Cook
t,«'lbe moot popul.<
are Th«" Home, of Mew York. The
ter io«. Rarot
uors and sey. and John will return to Lake
Special accommodations for Commercial Men
Supper will be Served at Narrow« Hotel.
tr Globe, and
prar«. billiarde •>
view in about a month —Lakeview The Fire As- *iati'/W of Philadel
I L>d expert misolog
Cor. Mian and B Ste . Uasaaa
¡Santa Claus will soon he here.
HOW THE PIANO WILL BE GIVEN AWAY.
(THERE are no charges of any NATURE CONNECTED^]
ladies’, Men’s and Children’s Shoes,
line of staple groceries .
MILLER & THOMPSON.
SANTA CLAUS ¡
Narrows, Oregon. December 18, 1^)3
Tropical and Domestic
Fruits when in Season.
The White Front Lirery Stable