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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1905)
professional cards .
known as the ‘ ¿¿ iforma
among them being Judith. Lucille
and Susie Wilkes, 'ill in the 2.20
i. tk - some 25 har-
nei*b horses in training at the track
now. ami their numbers are being
augmented every day by the ar-
rival of other stringa
•ATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1W5.
hl IWCRi PTION KATES:
...................... ........................ 1.00
Three Ionth«........................ ............................. lb
1 I LI A N M > Kl>
J. 11 Mitchel
C. W. Fulton.
jJ. N. Williamson,
A. M. < raw ford.
«ieo. E Chamberlain.
.««ci eiary ol Htate
F. I . Duubar.
C. 8. Moore.
bui»'. Public luhtrurtlon
J. H. Ackerinan.
J R. Whitney
V d. Senators
many gallopers are being worked
out every day, an i the track » »ch
morning pn ^cnls a very busy
pt arance. 1 he meet this year will
undoubtedly be the most successful
ever b 1 in Bak«-r county or
of the < .»- i 1* J, an 1 this in
nection w¡’ « th * i > tl fair
» x' * * h visitors dur
ing the we
• - • «uber rJ tn 23
B hk ». t Democrat.
. K H. Bean.
.5 C. Wolverton
! F A -M'.ot ■
benefit people and meet popular
ccnditiona, »nd one of the most in
teresting of these thathas ever been
invented is thd Dr. W hite Electric
Comb, patented Jan. 1, *X) 1 hese
wonderful Combs positively cure
dandruff hair foiling out. sick and
nervous headaches, and when us 1
with Dr. \\ bite s Electric Flair
Brush are positively guaranteed
to make straight hair curly in - >
Thousands of th -e
electric combs have been sold in
the varions cities of the Union, and
the demand is constantly increas-
(Jur agents are rapidly b-
coming rich selling these comb*
They positively sell on sight. Semi
for sample. Men’s size 3.5c, ladies
50c — (half price while we are in-
trocucing them.) The Dr. \\ bite
The Dr. White Electric Comb C -
W. E. HUSTON
\TT0RNEY AT LAW.
Tropical ~ind Domestic
Fruits when in Season
Biggs & Biggs
JE ALSO HAS A LINE OF
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAXX ,
8. 8. WILLIAMS, Gem Mgr.,
pfiRRISM & REMBOLD,
All kinds of Frash Vegetables in Season,
GIVE HIM A CALL
Don't Overlook Illi? When ip Need of
A few Points to Consider:
mad«* by the
invent ¡on ot iirticl«,s ot minor im-
porianc«*. Manx <»t th»* more pop-
¡dar «!«•> • ‘ ir» th«»*-»* deaiined to
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
“Jim” .1, H. CARI BY, Ontario, Oregon.
H. E. THOMPSON, Propt.
Reasonable Rates, Good Clean Meals, Comfortable
Rooms, Courteous Treatment
I raveling Men
FIRST ('LASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR
< ’has. II. I xM>nard
A ttokney - AT-LAW,
Careful attention given to Collec
tions and Real Estate matters.
B uhns ,
O regon .
GEO. 8. SIZEMORE,
............................. O regon
B urns ,
Your Patronage Solicited
S hoì ^ tlim
amo unlom P acific
Collection., Land business, and Real Depart fori TIME sc unn , 1« ",
Estate mailer promf tlv attended to.
From Huutingto, o,. ABBITI
DR. M. J. GERDES.
Salt Lake,Denver, Ft.
Worth, Omaha, Kan
sas City, St Louis.
Chicago and East.
General Practice of
Office and residence, Cor. Maindc B Sts.
Atlantic aalt Lake,Denver.Ft
’Phone Main 71.
Exprès- Worth, Omaha. Kan 3:33
2:10 sas City. St Loui-
Chicago and Fast.
S. W. MILLER,
St. Paul \\ all \\ alia, Lewis
E’st.Mail ton. Spokai
Minn, 12:35 ]
1-45 apolis. St. 1’i.ul, Pu 1 K- j
lutli Milwaukee, Chi
cago and East.
\V. J. COLEMAN,
Stenographer and Notary Public
B urns ,
O regon .
OCEAN and RIVER SCIIEDILI
office iu Citizens Bank Building,
W. L. MARSDEN,
8 p ui
MARSDEN & GEÄRY.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office ut reeidence.
All sailing dates sub
jcct to chai ge.
For San Francisco 4 P Bl . ‘
every 5 days.
a p. ni.
I p. a.
PhoM No. to Ex Sun. To Astoria anu Way- Except
10 p. n.
L E. Hibbard
H. 8. Brownton
Hibbard <Sc Brownton,
D entists .
Office Itrat door east of The Cltlien, Bank.
W. C. BROWN,
B urns , O regon .
Office upstair, in Voegtly Building
E o. J a” k anti, Secretary.
First door north of Hotel Ontario.
Alli practice iu the court« of Harney aud
• rtiLt - outiricK ami in the btipreme court ol the
•tate. an<l h I ho in T. S. land office.
Complete line of Furniture, Carpets, Shade!», Lacs Curtains, Portle?«, ,
Do-Carts, Pianos, Sewing Machines—in fact anything that gees with a flrat
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
class Furniture Store.
Meet, at Odd Fellow, Hall, every Saturday
C. A. Byrd, N. O.
L. Woldenberg Jr., Agent,
Luma uni C'Hnyon City,) Oregon.
tuit« • ai- fnHU'ntl}
r W. B.KRl.H
G. A. lUMBOLD
ting to note that for
,,P tu «L
Practice in all the courts of Ore. good eating stations at conua:
Collections promptly made.
distances along the route.
The only through
transfer route frnm
Hats, Shirts, Clothing,
It is int« i
at 6:30 a m. Arrive
ly from Ontario at 5
J W BIGGS.
THE WINDSOR >
"I have a eon that had brnln fexer
when two years old, follow*ed by fits of
the worst type, and he wa-» pi• -n<"iii”e<|
Incurable. I «pent hundreds <>f dollars
for him. without fe!i«*f. Aft-r about
lift tan year« he became so ba«1 that we
sent him t«» I.ongcliff hospital f. r the
Insane, nt Logansport. ln«l
there m arly three y< ars. I t I
tinued to grow worse, so xxe L •>ip.’ht
him home July 30, r.««’-2. In an awful
condition, lie had lost his mind almost
entirely, lb- hardly kii> w < i: of t'••
family; could not »\«n find I.
was a total wre< k
H-- had f* an i> to
10 fits a day. We w« re urged to try
Dr. Miles’ Nervine, and b<forv th” tlr t
bottle was used, we could s» <• a i It. age
for the betti r
We have gl n 11 to
him ever since, and he has h id but
two very light spells since la<t Aug ; t.
1903. and then he was not w. 11 other
wavs We pronounce him cur« «1. ns ho
can work am! go any when«*, if any one
wishes to ask any guest ions < in < rning
this, they are nt lilw «
. » wo.”
I HVNNEl.l.. Lincoln. Ind.
Dr. Mlles’ Nervine Is sold by your
drugqlst. who wtll guarantee that the
first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he
wtll refund your money.
Leaves Burn« daily fw
office first door west of Bank.
Gowns «nd the Law.
Th«* xivorin-n in Amori'a who are per
NINTH J r DICIA L DISTRICT.
mitted to XX-.-tr frocks with trains a-«
Geo E. Davis
District Jud ?-
u* will be astonished to
l»i«tr.( i Attorney
J W McCulloch Iona as tm
Deputy Di«t A tty
................ CH Leonard h arn that in «umian.x a 'railing gown
A h An.
an lady was ac-
Circuit ('ouit meet« the Third Monday iu is tab'MH d
co-t' d in
of t he >rks in a German
April and Fourth Alon lay in October.
< ity by a js»li< « n an, who bade her hold
Joint-Kept <* nci >'ut t ve
........................ J LdiU
Rev A. J. Irwin will preach
up her gown, inasmuch as the trailing
....... J L. Rand
damaged the gravel ami also, he added, Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
CotNTY- HARNEY S
did the gown no good. Sire demurred, month at 11a. in. and 7.30 p. in.
1 iront) Judge
!i. < . Level.« pointing out that, In her opinion, the
rant Molherbhtad damage to the gown was of little conse Sabbath school every .sabbath al 2
I r eoa irre «
J M Dalton
F M Jordan quence. At oner* the policeman pro
n he rill
'1 om A Hen duced a formidabl«
looking book in
J. E. Loggaii
Sunday school at Harney the
S( hool Super! I'tci.den
M E Rigby which in equall . formidable looking I
J A Vest German it wa. iat. 1 that to let a dreaj
first Sunday of each month at 10
< otti tn .««loner«
. iCT Miller
|W L lies i drag on the pathway was an offense
o’clock a in. On the second, third
against the luw Washington Star.
County Court meet« the fir At Weduesday In
and fourth Sunday of each month
Jauuaty, Mauh. Muy, July, September and
Millionaires Who Began as Peddlers. at 3 o’clock p m
The death of two New York million
Shaving and |jair (ultind,
HABNKY Ü. H land orrict:
at 8 p m.
airejp Gfigi’j nhejrrj and Vogel--who
Win Karre began their <ai««r*j as pedlers is of in
AW Gowan terest. '¡he opportunity is still there
At the Presbyterian church
if the man i« of the right sort to em- Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
brace It. Vogel a case war particular Devine services the third and fourth
Dr J. W Geary
Re< <«rd( r,
M XV Miller
Ì r«-H«ut « i,
V l Hopkins Jy lnh*n ting because he was one of
M kihuh I,
successful merchants Sundays of each month at 11 a. m.
J XV Hevedge the numerous
< E McPheetera , who have “( T<r -' d tin Bowery,” who and 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath school at
' J C Foley
| Simon i.cwis,
, have begun in an humble* way ou the
10 a. in. every Sabbath morning
i G XV f’leveugcr 1 Ea; t hid” and lived to occupy a sky
scraping iiusln'ss house in the Broad
Preaching services at the Baptist
way district N Y. World.
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
Not an Extravagant Wish.
St«*x\ ;i id«
Madame is uiiira- morning and evening Sunday
Here’s one of Plug’s: “1 never
I know nhe is neasick, school every Sunday at 10 a. in
took a papt i that didn’t pay more bill m I h * xx .1 ni tOOiniirh- Hbeafiks prayer meeting every Thursday
than I did for it,’’ said a gentle for impossible i Kings.
evening. The pastor will preai i> a1
The Siillei er I I k not true— Silver Creek the third Sunday of
man uni c to a reporter. “One
time an old friend of mine started ail I want is I he earth.—Cleve the month, and al Van the 1th Sun
day until further notice—Rev. A
a paper down south and sent it to
Are You Engaged?
1 am prepared to furnish iny customers with the usual
me, .mil 1 subscribed just to en
Engaged people should re mem-! B. Minaker, Pastor.
high class goods and invite the public to call when desiring
courage him. and after a while it
published a notice of an order to her. after marriage, many quarrel*
sell .1 lot at public auction, Su j can be avoided, by keeping their i
inquired about the lot and told 'Lg' stions in good condition with I
Electric Bitters. S. A. Brown, of I
ni) fl lend to run it up to $50. He
Bennettsville, S C, says: “For
bid me off the lot at $38 and sold
I years, my wife suffered intensely
it in a month for a $100, so I
from dyspepsia complicated with
by taking that paper.
u torpid liver, until she lost her
*• dy latliei told me that, when streuth and vigor, and became a
Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nerv
he was a young man he saw a tiler- wreck of her former self. Then I
notiie in a paper that a school -he tried Electric Bitters, which i ine has been so successful in
curing these brain-wrecking
! h-lped llel nt
at once, and
diseases that there is every
reason to believe that even the
and ■nade her entirely well. She is
most hopeless cases can be
I'ity Drug Store, sells and guaran- ' benefited, if not fully restored;
Wc will be pleased to refer
lees them, at 5Oe a bidtie.
thus afflicted to many
We bu t in car load lots and direct from the factories—No “get rich quick” policy
who now enjoy the blessing of us»d will have the business for our prices ami fair dealing demand that we should
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers
health, after years of hopeless
LARGEST STORE IN EASTERN OREGON
Salesmen. Clerks and everybody | suffering.
who wants to enjoy n good hearty1
laugh to send 50c for “Tips to
Agents ’’ Worth I5O to anv per-
j son who sells goods for a living. I
1 If not satisfactory your money
Circular for stamp. The
I>r WLil' elertrie (5>mb Co., I teen-
) tur, 111
BERN-l.olH.I- XO. »17. X E. A M„
Mi t in »
t i >Htunla» evening in M hhoii I c
<’. < uni iniiiN, W. XI.
W <’ McKiuney, secretary.
INLAND LODGE NO. 70 K. of P.
MeetB every Thursday evening In the Brown
H. M. Horton, C. C.
L. M Brown, h. R. S
BURNS LODGE No 4
A. O. U. W.
Meets every second and fourth Friday
A. C. Welcome, N. W
' N.« ochran, Recorder.
ORDER UF WASAINGTON.
Mt eta every first and third Friday, in Browu
U. P. Rutherford, ri residen
earl x niganiort*. Merretarv.
BURNS CHAPTER NO. 40.0. E. S.
Meet, every .eeoiol and fourth Mundkii iu
Hora Woldenbeig, w. ii
Marie < arpenter. Secretary
6 a. m. Oregon City New 4 30pm
Except berg, Salem and Way Except
WIII.B.ttr a l.mhlll
7 a. m.
Teusday Oregon City, Davtou
Tuhrd’y and Way-Landings
6 a. ni.
Tuesday Portland Corvallis 1 nesda«
Thurs A and Way-Landings Thurs 4
1:20 a tn Riparia to Lewiston. 8:30 a a
A N. Hou
A. 1. CRAKE
Gen. Pass. Ag’t, Portland. Oregoo
A. L. MOHLER, President.
Forest Reserve Scrip
Forest reserve scrip, in tract« U *1
acres ami upward, ready for immediis
use ami guaranteed.
Will buy soldiers’ land warrante gì»
for services in all Indian warn ann Mex
ican and W ar of 1812
H* B< Compson
518 MARQUA# BLOC
suet LSSOR rO.WlLSON A SSHT N
ALL WORK GU AR
AN 1 EED
Ulta.ke.1 IS a
LIVERV, FEED AND SALE
LEWIS & McGEE, Propts
Cuting Parties Accommodated
Tl LE CIRt’LE No 1.
Meet« every fourth Tue»d«v
Ill K>IIM I II HU II
A all Ihg I Inst driving hornea,
owned bv J \\
I» ggw, of Burna,
hi « barg»* . f two c*»mintent trainera.
a* nv* »1 .it H ' i ice tra« k x**<»irrd*v.
raining tor th«
a< d a ill g»« miii
CÜUH !• K Ibi H. 1 lieta* buraca an»
... Represents the....
Moine Insurance La
of New York,
I ivcinool. London « ulobe.
l ire X>Mirance io , Philadelphia
11105 & BIO« !»
, P atents
Anp.n, »«tiding » ,k«ol>
Èaiakly wcrt.ir, our opla'an
»MM I. probably —i«t.N«.
•n of any •rtentiflr j••un...».
-••r : four moo'n«, fl. Sold ty # Lb*’1
Horses Bought and Sold.
The Harney « ountv
! x Dri.g Store
« Dalton. G M.
lune XX hit Ing. Clerk
Horses receive the best of care
Elegant Netu livery turnouts.
‘ ’a 11« I
HARNEY V a IJ.EY CAMP No 381, W. of|W
¿Seets every first and «eennd Tneaday.
W. M< ( lain, ’« ,,m
Gowan, « ivrk
from experienced hands.
n r ih -
SM.Vl X REBEKAH DEGREE No <3
Meet«every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
Louisa Byrd. N. G.
L Allee king. Rec. Sec y.
Ku n». l rv.nn
i» rrr -twain , I lunaburt A Halt >n «.
»'<• -to« k AMociatioa
BURNS MILLING CO
HORTON <Sc SAYER, Propts
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding
■I« h > M -a,,.... ■>.
I d addition to the
«bove i • -
• r - S oo
1er 'h*> tarn revu
dinota for hi.reee
»••ron both or either
¡■w recorded in
llarnry. Lake and
fb• »«» »eutedwhen
»old. Horwa «old
> P« m through thia
ported in thia paper
write or telephone
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good Road
Lumber Yard in Burns
BROWN. File «»regvn
JOHN GESBERI IM'
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