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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 26, 1904)
You should see our new line of j
i Infants’ soft and hard soled shoes.
They’re not only handsome, but the
i wearing qualities are unexcelled.
We have just received some of the
latest novelties in Ladies’ Neckwear
and Belts, Fancy Lisle and Cotton
Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and Ladies’
Dress Skirts. Very latest shapes in
Hats and Caps for Hen and Boys.
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handle only Standard
[W. B. CORSET, AMERICAS LEADING MAKE J
1 ADIES,XM e N S,TB oys T a N d TR h ILDRENTS h OES?] Dry Goods of all kinds-Higbest Standards
Men’s and Boys Clothing Ladies’ and Gent’s Furnishing Goods.
SCHWARTZ & BUDELMAN. Burns, Oregon
H lie (Eimrs-Mirrafd
4ATUKDAY. MARCHES, 1904.
The man who tries to keep tab
on the Russian-Japanese war has
a harder job than the weather
The Times- Herald hopes each
precinct will send its best and
most substantial men to the dem
ocratic convention to be held on
April 9. A good ticket means
success and we should be careful
in selecting men for the various
to waste from the mountains of magnificent agricultural display at cant
Umatilla county in the past week 1 that time, and this being one of the Members of the Order of Elks de
to grow a crop on every foot of, most important features of the sire elk teeth to hang upon their
idle land in the county. Idle, meeting, Ontario wished to make watch chains. Therefore a magni-
j ficent American game animal is to
homeless mep stand by and watch U tlie bes‘ ever 8een in Or' “on-
jjl | Malheur county sent the best i become extinct. President Roose
the waste water run by the
and most important exhibits to the velt has been asked by western
land. The water does the world , meeting last November in this congressmen to interest himself in
no good while running Io waste. | city, but the season was so far ad the preservation of the remaining
The idle man can add nothing to vanced that it was impossible to herds of elk and congress is expect
civilization, because his hands are secure the best exhibits at that ed topass stringent laws in their
defense. This may delay destruc
tired by poverty and the idle land time.
tion, but its prevention lies with the
is an eyesore to the community,
itself. It is lucky that no
yet these three idle elements com STATEMENTS ARE ABSOLUTELY FALSE.
large secret society has adoped a
bined are all there is to Western
The column and a half tirade in hen’s beak as its proud badge of
civilization. Bring them together
Friday evening’s issue of the Baker ; membership. If any had done so
and the highest industrial arts and City Herald against the SutnpteJ we should soon he without egg for
the highest civilization result. Valley Railway in which it is al the breakfast table.—Chicago Tri
When the goverment gets its eyes leged that the road has recieved bune.
open wide enpugh to study an in-| from the department of the inter
dustrial economy which will build | ior a big land grant in consideration
Frank Metchan is in the city
immence draniage canals back toj of the extentiou of its line south from Silvie».
A. Y. Beach has retired from
the Lakeview Examiner after be
ing connected with it for many
years. Mr. Beach was one of
the best newspaper men in south
eastern Oregon and the people of
Lakeview will be fortunate if his
successor is able to get out ¡is
good a sheet as the examiner has
been for the past few years
The announcement that John 'I'
Whistler; chief engineer in charge
of the government surveys, will
bling his family and locate per
manently in Pendleton, means
more than any move yet made by
the government in the reclamation
of Umatilla county and Eastern
Oregon lands. Il means that the
surveys in this state have reached
that stage at which the govern
ment considers them permanent
propositions, and the permanent
location of the chief representa
tive of the reclamation depart
ment here means that work will
be vigorously prosecuted.
CITY MFAT MARKET
LEVELS & JUICE,;-Propts.
During next term of court
Always on h?.nd
J. D. J
Comedy and Dramatic
F or S a
Home Made Lard
■r to Tup
Beef sold by the quarter and
cut up to suit the customer.
J. L 8:
' vas a triai
:;ie left fc
Order J your Buildin#
The Harney Saw MilF-
and Shingle Mill. ~
All kinds of dry Lumber—Rough and Surfaced—always or|!9|H
hand Rust'c, Flooring, Moulding, Stair Railing, Windov^^fflj
Beginning on Monday, April 4,!
Stool, etc. Also first 1 lass Sawed Shingles.
and continuing for two weeks the|
Company will produce the follow
ing plays on the dates mentionod
the.snow areas, and lead every
drop of waste water into vaste
storage basins hollowed out by
nature, to apply to the thirsting
crops when needed, the true civil
ization of the West will be seen.
Save, save, save,—not only money
but water, energy, waste strength
ami waste moisture! The lesson
must be learned. The irrigation
T'he coinmucination from “A dawn is at hand—-East Oregonian.
Sport Lover” in another column
will meet the approval of all our PREPARINO FOR IRRIGATION MEET.
This gentlemen has
been watching conditions here for Malheur County Association Preparing
Magnificent Display and Program.
many years and knows of the
“game hog” of which he speaks.
At a meeting of the Malheur
It has not been generally known
that outside hunters tpemi months
Thursday, the date for the meeting
on our lakes every seaeon killing of the State Irrigation Convention
birds for their plumage which is September it*, 20 and 21, and an
shipped *o eastern market. While elaborate program and plans were
we have an abundance of game arranged for the occasion.
and tish for all true sportsmen, we
Secretary Solis», of the county
should certainly discourage this aaeooialion, has sent out invitations
practice of slaughter and stop es to the government officials to attend
the meeting and take part in the
pecially the plume hunter.
and official announce
This section has been referred
will lie issued
to as the “sportsman's paradise”
and it has been truthfully named.
A committee of Ontario citizens,
No other section in Oregon offers
consisting of K. II. Test, J R Blak-
such sport for rod and gun.
The mountain streams are ideal hy and L. Adams, was appointed
I to act as finance and general ar
for tish. while grouse, pheasants
rangement committee and it is the
sage hens and a few quail are
■ intention of the committee to eclipse
Local sportsmen have any state meeting ever held bv
brought in the famous china the association.
pheasant, at great expense, and
The date was set in September in
hope they will propogate. Such order that the delegates may see
bit ds should have every protection the irrigated lands of Malheur
|H>ssible and given a chance. True county at their best, wiih two crops
sportsmen will respect the law I of alfalfa alreadv in stack and the
and also assist local people in their ’ third crop being cut at that time.
The wheat tmps will be harvested
efforts to introduce more game
and the fruit will l>e -oady to gath
birds and fish.
er and it was thought this the
most opportune time to hold the
Talk about economy, the meeting, to show the advantages
American people do not yet know and fruits of irrigation at their
the first rudiments of industrial high tide.
It will be possible to gather a
economy. Enough water has run
The Comedy Drama,
—From a photo by McMullen.
from Whitney to Canyoff City is
Court Stenographer Coleman ar
like the preceding articles on the rived home last Wednesday even
same subject in the Herald, a mass ing. He has been absent some
of misrepresentations and absolute time looking after some business in
falsehoods according to the Demo Baker county. He also attended
the spring term of Circuit Court in
A prominent official of the Sump 1 Molheur county.
ter Valley road, whose integrity and
business knowledge cannot be A WONDERFUL INVENTION.
questioned is authority for the state
It is interesting to note that for-
ment thutlhe allegations made are
tunes are frequently made by the
Neither the Sumpter Valley ! invention of articles of minor itn-
Railway nor the Oregon Lumber ' portance. Many of the more pop
Company will get one inch of that ular devices are those designed to
land petitioned by private citizens to benefit people and meet popular
be restored from the,Blue Mountain conditions, and one of the most in
forest reserve to public entry, anv teresting of these thathas ever been
more than if the land had remained invented is thd Dr. White Electric
in the forest reserve The railroad ' Comb, patented Jan. 1, ’99 These
asked for ami probably will review wonderful Combs positively cure
right ofw.iy through the public do dandruff, hair foiling out. sick and
main—ordinary right of way. No nervous headaches, and when used
land grant was asked for or given with Dr. White's Electric Hair
Brush are positively guaranteed
by the department.
make straight hair curly in 25
The lands in question if restored
time Thousands of these
from the reserve will be opened to
combs have been sold in
the public like the o|M-i>ing of anv
cities of the Union, and
other forest or Indian reservation
and anybody can have a part of it the demand is constantly increas
Our agents are rapidly be
under the law by complying wiih ing
rich selling these combe.
sell on sight. Send
The Herald knows that these are
size 35c, ladies’
the facta and maliciously misrepre
we are in-
sented them in order to mislead
trocucing them.) The Dr. While
people who are not posted. Their The Dr \\ Kite Electric Comb Co.,
efforts will t>« futile as the i e >p!e I Decatur. Ill
SI Al ÜHTERIMi EU.
Monday, April 4,
A Scene at the Hanley Ranch During the Winter Season--Feeding the Cattle.
- - UP-TO-DATE
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Wednesday, April 6
All the latest styles and improved photography In
use to be had. Profile Panels, Artist’s Proof and
Poacelain process. Photos finished in up-to-date
style upon application. All sizes from the smallest
locket picture up to an 8 x 10 finished in Aristo
Platino or on any of the American papers.
Gallery opposite First Naiio al Bank.
Saturday, April 9,
Holiday, April II,
li OU Kentucky.
Wednesday, April 13,
Saturday April 16
LEWIS & McHARGUE, Propts.
New and Elegant Livery Turnouts Complete. Fresh Teas
Horses boarded by the day, week or
month. Special care given all stock
Special accommodations for Commercial M
Cor. Mian and B Sts., Bums. Oregon.
Tie County Fair
Mrs. I., Hacine. I’ropr.
Good Specialties—New special
Scenery.—Usual space for private
chairs without extra charge—
Tickets oo sale at the Welcome
Pharmacy and City Drug Store
Admission 50 and 25 cents.
An elegant line of
More useless than the extention
of the buffalo more cruel than die
war upon the stupid seal, more vain
than the killing of plumage-bearing
birds, is the exterminating slaugh
r am using thr highest) grade* of linings and and
ter of the stately elk. merely to trimmings, anti trill make a better suit orlovercoat for^
furnish n fraternal ordi r with ritu f/0, right here, than you can buy in any store for the\
alistic insignia. To obtain two same price They fit and must fit
teeth from each one of these ani
Pants $4 and up; pressing pants 25 cents; press
mals pot hunters shoot them down ing suits SI; suits cleaned and pressed *150
wherever found, in spite of laws
Bring in your old clothes and hare them fi.ved up
and game wardens The inoltre for the u'in*er-
fot U n crim: is pitifully insigniti-
FRIEDRICH THE TAILOR.
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IIXLA.rîVAltTER« FO» OCMMERCLAJ
Rates on Application.
Guests Treated with Utmost Courtesy.
Well Furnished, Comfortable Rooms.
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