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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1905)
have been thinking of
you for a long time.
Sally always told me that we had
"ATvBDAY. JTNE W,
kinfolks in Portland and ought to EXTREME
“Your home newspaper never
loses interest in you.”
possibly, you have never given a
No matter if you like the news
paper man or if he likes you, if he
is true to his profession anti pub
lishes a paper for the
you as a stranger, yet along with
much about your generous nature.
Tomorrow afternoon the Pendle- class furniture Store.
At last 1 am going to make a trip i
to l*oi(land, and will be there on i ton Woolen mills will be closed
the 6lh of June.
Please meet me . down and the made to th« employes
at the station.
My seven children tiy Manager Ferguson is that the
shut-down will be for an indefinite
will be w ith me, also my husband
and our Uncle Peter and his folks.
To the East Oregonian Mr. Fer
You need not make any extra pre
guson stated this morning tfiat
paration for us.
We can sleep
owing to the extreme high price of
three or four in a room, if neces | wool at the present time he will
sary, and will not stay more than | i manufacture only such goods dur
three weeks or a month, at the ing the coming season as ho re-
some man on the Everett Wash
A Kicker is
Kicker kicks to make things bet
make them worse.
The Knocker is depressing
When you hear a man lambast
F irst door north of Hotel Ontario.
Horses Bought and Sold
for the mill during the past few
the diseased horses being loose on
months, has now been called home,
Hie range, and proceeded to that
and no effort will he made to se
locality and gathered and quaranti
cure any more business, according
ned the animals and notified the
to Manager Ferguson. While he
slate veterinarian, who authorized
states that he regrets the closing,
Mr. Irvin to dip the animals before
especially on account * of the em
releasing them from quarantine.
ployes, lie feels it is tlie only thing
Mr Irvin was in this city last
to do. — East Oregonian.
week, leaving for the Dale country,
where lie will construct it dipping
vat at once and comply with the
orders of the state veterinarian.
It is interesting to note that for
Power brom the Deschutes Nicer.
Two-year-olds in quantities tosuit
/ buds can be seen atthe‘‘P”i Hauch and
pt_, ons desiring to purchase should in t/uire
tim e of F. H Howell, Assistant to the t'rbn.
, ¡ ul Manager, who will furnish inforimi-
lion as to prices and will sell the same
FRENCH-GLENN LIVE STOCK CO
Leading Supply House in Eastern Oregou
sider it safe to manufacture any
more goods than he lias aclual
First, because he feel«
tfiat owing to the advanced prices
the demand for woolen goods will
fall oil'; arid also, because he is
afraid of a decline in the market
with the stock upon Ids hands.
“Last year the price for rcoured
wool was in the neighborhood of 52
cent«,” said lie, “while now it. is
ranging from 65 to 70. Conse
quently, it is necessary to advance
the price of the manufactured goods,
and this is a difficult matter to do.
It would simply be a speculation
should I keep the mill going and
fill the warehouse with unsold
stock as usual, and I am not in a
positilm to plunge.”
.1. M. Spence, who has been cov-
«ring the Northwest as a salesnr.'in
Outing Parties Accomtn^
Lovingly your cousin,
reives orders for, ami that even
“LULU FAIR VISITOR.” then lie is not desirous of securing
any new business. According to
him the wool market is now' in
Mangy Horse* in (irant.
such a shape that fie does not con
It would seem an though th«
be, and those who would stockmen residing in the bale
otherw ise forget you are ever and country, on the north fork of the
anon remainded of your existence John bay river, are having more
by an item hi y.ftir home paper. than their share of exiierience with
Olliers may deceive' and defraud slock from I matilia, Morrow and
other outside counties, according
you, but your home paper never
to the Blue Mountain Eagle. In
the yearn past the sheep from these
Possibly you do not deserve
counties would cross th« North
decent treatment by the paper,
Fork bridge and clean out their
but you get it just the same, and range while enroute to the Green-
if it should at any time say things I horn mountains.
tli it i ause you to turn the wrong
The trail through that country
way, study a moment and see if was closed to outside sheep this
11 has not at various
year, and now the word comes that
Charles Barber,of I'matilla county,
many nice things for which
brought in a band of horses afflict
f di to give it i redit.
I ed with the mange and turned them
loose on the ranger.
Here is a detferentiatiqn lie-
Deputy Stock Inspecter George
tween the kicker and the knocker Irvin of Monument, was notified of
from experienced hands
J. M. FARLEY, Ontario, Oregon
It is the product of
Main>t., Uurn, Q,
Horses receive the best
Malheur Mercantile Co
success or sorrows
that is a gem of purest lay serene.
LEWIS & McGEE, Propts.
LARGEST STORE IN EASTERN OREGON
Fill Order*. •■« no "Workiat up"
Complete line of furniture, Carptti. Shades. Ltt\ ‘y1*'"5’
Of Bsslscts Will be Dune.
Do-Cart., Pi.no», Sewiqg M.chin.«-ln fact .nythlng that goes »Hh a I rst
matters or outside.
petty spites to interfere with his
We buy ill ear ! id lot. and «Mil from the lacturiW-N'o ' V«t rich HUoV Hu- y
u-ed will have the busineM fur <mr price, .nd fair dealing demand th.twe.houl
fifth cousin to your first husband's
rnotlier-in-law, and I am proud to will O«ly
claim kin with you, having he.nd
A few Point« to Consider:
father’s step-brother-in-law w as a
Mx Mouth« ........................
HKifl PRICE OF MOOL
CITY MEAT MARKET.
A. E. YOUNG, Propt.
Fresh and Salt Meat
Always on hand
Most complcte stock or Farm Implements in Eastern Oregon.
COOPER WAGONS, RACINE AND FREEMONT BUGGIES
AND HACKS, P. & 0 PLOWS, SEEDERS. DISC, DRAG
AND SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, AND THE McCORMICK
L-WER AND BINDER.
GROCERIES AND RANCH SUPPLIES
Barbed Wire, Stock Salt, etc.
Write for Prices or Call and See us.
E A. FRASER. Manager.
Home Sugar Cured
Horne made Lard
Beef sold by the
ice for sale, del ivered free
tunes are frequently made l>y the
ing his community for the lack of
invention of articles of minor im
That Central Oregon, that long- portance. Many of the more pop
or its weak morals lie’s a Kii k- isolaled section of the state, shall ular devices are those designed Io
not longer remain bottled up, is the benefit people ami meet popular
Wlien you hear another hearp- intention of several interests which conditions, and one of the most in
ing on “hard times" bemoaning ire planning to offer transportation teresting of these thathns ever bi en
JOHN GEM BEHLING
his lot, and seeing no good either ' facilities to the people of that di«- invented is thd l>r. White Electric!
|tri< t. Among the latest plans that Comb, p-ilei.ted Jim. I, ’99 These .1 c-well-i-,
piesent or future kill him on the
will work for the accomplishment wonderful Combs positively cure
He’s a Knocker.
of thia much desired result is the dandruff', lmir foiling out, sick and Fine Watch Repairing /
The Kicker sends us forward
j project of electric lilies into the in- nervous headaches, and when used Malty.
if we heed; the Knocker is always
' lerior, to bo operated by |M>wer from witli Dr. White’s Electric Hair
letting out his toboggan free of ¡the falls of tqe Deschutes River,
Brush are positively guaranteed
says the Telegram.
to make straight hair curly in 25
'l’lie Kit ker never gives up.
Color is lent to this scheme by days time.
Thousands of these
The Knoc ker is invariably a quit the fact that a company, made up electric combs have been sold in
ter, and lives continually in lilt* ' uf capitalists in different parts of lhe various cities of the Union, and
hope that somebody will make the state, is planning to install the demand is constantly increas
him rich through no effort of his power stations nt many points at ing.
Our agents are rapidly be
the swift rapids of the DeschuteH, coming rich selling these combs.
The Kic ker is usually «an honest giving light anil |H>wnr to the inter They positively sell on sight. Send
and happy man. The Knot kci ior. Among the probable fruits of for sample. Men's size 3.5c, Indies’
such an enterprise is the building 50c — (half price,while we are in-
is usually a grafter and is discon-
of n trolley line from The Dalles to trocueing them.) The Dr. White
solute bee ause his graft isn,t big
The Dr. White Electric Comb Co..
enough. . The
The plan to install electric ata Decatur, 111
himself foi his failings and tries to
lions along the Desi'liutes ia said
< oiiert tliem; the Knocker bhun- to be headed
by A II Hum-
and grows mond, and is believed to be «upport-
A slow death ed by prominent capitalieted of the
overtakes him aftei a while end •tale, who have inveatignted the
then lie flics his own toboggan project thoroughly and, although
Reward will be paid to any
I k ui <•, wiih no one to haul it up a- not now ready to lend entire confir
person who can find one atom
of opium, chloral, morphine,
is aafo to say they are working out cocaine, ether or chloroform
in any form in any of Dr.
•X dog with hoofs like a cow 15
Extension of the Columbia South Miles’ Remedies.
This rew ard is offered because
owned by Daniel Brown, and is a ern is another means to penetrate
i loss between shepherd and a the interior that is believed to be certain unscrupulous persons
make false statements about
Il was purchased by probable, since more than a year these remedies.
It is under
Blown bom Miles Ihc key, a Pan Mr llarritiian promised this addi stood that tliis reward applies
The only to goods purc hased in the
handle engineer, three yeais ago, tion to Oregon railroads
American Farmer is the only Literary Farm lournil nubli»h, J
open market, which have not
when a pup. but not until recently Transportation Cominittee of the
been tampered with in any way.
think a..... . aside Iron, the humdrum of routine duties.
did the hoofs grow on its feet, and Portland Chninlier of Commerce is
Dr. Miles' remedies cure by
the owner is at loss to know how woiking on this project and hiqira
strengthening and invigorat
to account for them. The growth to accomplish results shortly. An
ing effects upon the nervous
extension about I'*1 miles in length,
has ap, .lied on all four feet and
system, and not by paralyzing
tapping Cenlial and Southeastern
and weakening the nerves as
is a- haul as horn
Oregon, ia asked for. coating alsiul would be the case if these drugs
dog walks .uioss the Imaiil floor
It is thought that were used.
of the s.dcecti while it is kept, when this <>< curs, an east
For this reason Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills are universally
there is a sound like the pattering Imo with feeders into the KIurnath
considered the best pain remedy
of .1 couple of i luldirn with wood country will noon follow
”1 ha\<‘ suffei I
Hxt-r» pain.« in mx 1 «\u1. 1« .art an<1
on s I hh ' s
back. »'i>l have tried r\ ••rythicir I
buisness spirit or municipal pride,
To all our Subscribers!
The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Hation.
by an able Corps of CUriters.
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»«oikman and hts family something to
For the next three months, we offer this paper free with
W XN I E!>— Agents,
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
who wants to enjoy a go.nl hearty
laugh to send 5Oe for "Tips to
lleie is a veteran joke tliat .lid
Worth ♦ 50 l
sei vi. c at Chi. ago, ( hnali.i Butfa
son wlu> sell« g.ssis for it
l<>, St Louis and other points in
If not satisfactory jro
its eat her day s
Circular lor sti
You will be I’r \\ hite electric Comb Co , lteca-
suiprised Io hear from me
I tur, III
could r»t and
tld n- t And » \ r/Iiet
until I rot a box <>f l»r M In»’ Antl-
I s .te. .! am I
< a« 13
hour« at a t.’vo » ■ h -
pain« that I f< »t. | I a
Id 1 -«e nxjf
T! .• X• ti »
rvUvf In front 1 1
not hat a to u«a Morvhlne a ir n >ra.
othar Fuffvr, rw may find rvlirf."
1 A WAlKKIt.
R F n N.I 4
Dr. M la«* Ant' Rain P • are aelj by
yovr dru^qitt. who w il Qi a^mtea that
<”• Mt iMckri« m . i
fall« ha will raturfi vaua money.
d<aa«. M rent«. Ntvf sold in built.
Miles Medic«! Co.. Elkhart. Ind
I, made Io all new .ubKrlb.r,, and „.......
between now and April i, | q 35.
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