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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1906)
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t The First National Bank of Burns, Oregon
Why a National Bank Is the Best
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i BANK!1'? vour h,'Ktlunl' hy c,""''k "'' '" mi" lw h,ve v,l",1 i.t 'or tb smount thin paid
X " yon are not patron of Uii institution, let this be vour invitation to beooois on
Mr- I' Hvnl liie n w-n .-on-
aigtiuient of . .1 1 1 1 i i r . Including
hnin! Inti noil lint take
orders f.i tailormadV wpar for Iml
THE SATISFACTORY STORI:'
AI'M)i-ii; v r.'i. SOTH i
!i fiber. Hoine-
Supt Gilcrest of the P. L 8. Co
ie at present in this city.
A tf. Mitchell wagon
Inquire at thin office.
Jtool Indemnity U,,K ... .., (nniv, Mi ;uie Robertson is vi'itins
Innds.-Tarnei Rnk ,n oar oity
n i 'J rat i on oo. ,, , ,.
Fred Otley and wife were Op ireurge awinoiu ww u
from Lawenone day thii week ' Narrows yeeterday.
are constantly com
unty Bank ie
li..r Host ie over from
Htli in up from tin'
in win Ul rom mo;
ill euneral millii.ery
lieplay Mr. Unlit.
ie homo from I'ort-
wetit to ntlcnd the
In, i over on Oliver
wn over from the
a few duy tin weok
tippll'"- and Houring votr.e
l.ni OAtim home ye-
iir valley wnfro no
tiling eince fchool
Igor ie Nit u nuvi iik
Ipuvmg lh' IHgneei
Any reiorl to the
in I over from Crone
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leee Mary and Ada
m mill wne wore uvrr
loni" nnnr iiiirno.v
guexlH of Mr. and
rley iiliout Fillmore
rill hIiuhI thi enaHon
in i ii t
lh Kaplit Church
In Mope of Glory."
i: "Which i Kae-
Up-to-date iuh printing at reaeon-1
aie rt. i. Nil ano lanmy wm tip month' mi the data o( thla nettw
from I.awen a few dav during the either t. d nn.lrrMni tt be reei
Jim Helton and l,on Ricbardeon
frnm I are hack from a campaign tour of
I the Hreweey and Tine creek sec
denre nnr Drewsey, or t ibe
Hint A 1'ii.v. Bar , Oregoa
late-l mI :i. IMS
J Hoe mil.
THE SATISFACTORY STORE.
We carrv in stock at all times the most extensive and varied
assortment of the latest and best merchandise.
NFRRY F.VFRY ITEM THAT IS NECESSARY TO EAT. WEAR AND USE
I Ik trrrnt' t variety and Inrgeet stock of attractive gondii In Marncy County
Netu Dress Goods, Nclu Gloves, Netu Undcrcucor.
CWLib AND SBB OUR NEW FJHLTS AND COUURRS
.omathing tm and Stylish for Ltadias
PRICiS THE LOWEST
SEND U5 YOUR MAIL ORDERS.
Mies Blanch Terrill ie offering
from epotted feTer.
Robt. Mettlemyre and .Tame
Krandon were in the city yeeterday
Frank Klli i again in the city
after working enmetime with the
Hnreemen should ee the pedi
gree of Fillmore Chief the trotting
Peter Carmer, the timber cruier
and real estate roan, ba been quite
eick the paet week confined to hi
room. He 1 improving we are
glad In state.
Jason Bennett was in from his 1 homestead ., K
Welcomeville ranch Thursday He the rouuiv SMICJaS.
report crop looking well in hi
section and hi neighbors are all
The First National Bank ad thi
wenk contains the fourth and un
doubtedly one of the itrongeet
reasons why a National Bank i
het Read it.
It is never too soon to liegin
saying trv our Saving Hepart
ment Harney County Hank.
A.I. Johneon ha been in the
city the pt week feeling the poli
Hr W.Q, Brown, Dentiet Cffi'
in the new stone building north of
the Poet Office,
T J Shield as over from hi
Silyer creek home a few dny thi
A. I.. Hunter left here on tha
Prineville stage yesterday enrotite
to liend, where he goes to look
after the sale of some limber land
He will be absent several week.
J F. Kllnk and K.I S.mthworth
hve hfn doing general repair
NOTli : ,,; m liHi.
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If you wish to lie
a are I
roliy notified in re
puMHing upon my
rth aSSurus. I shall pro
Knn found Ireeiiaeeing
id it I itiinueii imi
tin- past week Hiif
liralgia. The bright
of yaaterdav ha had
Ipiui Iiih uiliiuMit unit
I out on the Htraete
iiit r it. -li.-t mill tin-
of the Okluhoma
leekum have gone to
In to look at liiiul
ling iiuile a thorough
If the ci.uutry before
Saw Mill, Roy Bun-
Ir, ie ready lot tin-
Ordere of any siie
at any lime All
r.l and rough lumber
ihiuglee liood ruad
on large or email
O. W. Porter the old time sheep
man of Kaatern Oregon, i nyer
from hi home at Huntington. Mr
Porter' health is still poor, al
though he look better ihnn on hi
A. (I. (lotohy returned the first
of the week from the railroad sur
yey enmp where he ha been wnrk
ing. He ha accepted a position
on Jim Mahon's Cow creek ranch
and ha moved nut with hi family
You want the heat medicine
that can be prepared, regardleea of
cost. Come to the i.'ity nrug more
with vour inscriptions and you
will always get it and the coat
will lie reasonable and fair.
The weather hss turned quile
warm since the big rains of last
week and yegitation i making a
fine growth. The proepect for
fruit are quite flattering and the
grain crop never looked lieller at
this time of the year.
I. L Puujade oaroe over from
Cow creek Monday, bringing in
Charley Lamb for medical treat
ment. The young man had the
misfortune to out his left thumb
quit eeverelv while splitting wood
Miss t'layle Burrow arrived home
Wednesday evening from Baker
City where she ha been teaching
The young lady will remain in this
city indefinitely and possibly teach
in the public school during tha com
Messis Carter and Scott, two of
a large party from Walla Walls,
Wash., who came here looking for
locations, have started on their re
turn with a hunch of horses which
they will market there. They will
likely return later in the aeaaon
Others of the same party have filed
on laud and will make their home
The Klectric Light Co., has trans
ferred the plnnt to the grist null
and now use water power.
Thnee knowing theineelve in
debted In J. L. Situ are requeeted to
call at the More al La wen and set
tle on or before July 11.
Bill Burrow ha been sick at hi
home in thi city since last Sunday
Yesterday he was ahle to lie about
work tii the telephone lines through- or.a. n.v ii in
out this county during the mt
week or more.
We wish to thank our friend for
their kindne in our bereavement
in the lo of our huahanil and
Mr. W. W Johnson and Family
Geo. Young and eon Willie left
yesterday morning for Huntington
i where they go on huaineaa. They
will bring back freight on their re
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LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Fillmore (?hief, the handsoine
ktandardhred elallinu will make
the stand, at the fair ground, in thi
city this aeaaon Those interested
hould call on H. F. Hawley for
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;ili-. I nkr.'n
lie.-, nib Dydragrapaac Malksai rVaJaal
Lanil, Irrigation sn.l ."Oersl Nnrveln
Watei He pat sn.i Msaaas
in unlit I 'raflini:
Jaok Luhbiiiga "Happy Jack,''
wa hare for aereral day ilurmu
the atreet but hi tep wa not o ' the week looking after some legal
sprightly as of yore anil hi" clothe, j mailer partainine to a suit for
The Busy Corner Store"
K BETTER 5TORE FOR YOU.
ntinual-v wi-rkinn to the end that this may be
tlu- betl place lo traf m Harney County.
tjiy varieties; satistactory quallH?; fcausfic
satisfactory store service is my in. reas;naim.
to aid me with suggestions and criticisms
YOUR STORE. Say what yi-u think.
JRINGS IN AIL LINES ARIL !WULY
don't seem to fit him.
Having .1.1 the furniture hui
ne, 0. A. B.vnl will now turn ln
attention to imillting und pier
hanging ami solieitl a xhare of
your patronage. He will alo oon
duct a cahinet and repair eb Sf
The many safeguard we provide
ngaiiial possihle error. uppleroent
ing the extreme care with which
we alway compound perecriptions,
insure the pn.itiv.-iv accurate
KKiHTNKSS of all medicines pre
pared at lloiton's
The weather has nun I era ted the
pat few day and some credit it to
the near approurh of the election
ThiiiK are warming up Home polit
ically and every man is confident
of victory what a difference nest
Tueadey when the return d
Sum Mother. head and Joe Rec
tor returned lent Saturday from a
tour of the southern part of the
county i ' th. interest of their can
didacy for clerk and judge respec
tively Botli were well pleased
wilh the prospect of election.
They have gone to other jaiiuls.
Mi. 'I In Morrison and little
son aud Miss Alice Morrison have
been over from their Canyon City
home yisitiug friends. Mrs Mor
rison lis gone out to Melachan
Htution to vimt. Mi.. Alice remain
ing here the guest of ..1.1 time
Married John ' (' Peterman,
poalmasler and husiness man of
Henio, and t'atlieiyn Roth Lance
of Portland, were married at Sucri
mento, Calif, on April 28 and are
now at home While in California
Mr. aud Mr. Peterman visited the
ruins of San Franoiauo. Mr. Peter
man has been in husii.es in thi.
county for a number of years aud
has many friends who extend con
gratulations aud beet wishes.
water. Jack is an old time resi
dent of tha Pueblo district in tin.
county, living adjoining neighbors
to the HefellhallgllS
John Vance and I I. Pmijad
were in the oily a day or two cot
ferring with John (illrre.l on mat
ters concerning Ihe estate of the
lat John He vine These three
gentlemen were appointed the ap
praiser of the estate
tu. f Engineer Waggeuer of the
railroad survey, and his draftsman.
Mr Young, expect to leave in a
.lav or two lor liend in order to l.
nearer the surveying parties. Mr
Waggoner slated thi morning that
he had no particular information
for publication, as lie hail uothiujr
definite as lo future movem. nt
other than the general survey. It
is quite probable hi office will
again he iqiened in this city later
I HI i ITV HRIti STOKK
HAS Ill.KN I IKiKtM (.III V Rh
NOVATED AND BIMODILID.
aud our iuiinence new stock has ar
rived, therefore we are butter able
lo accommodate the public than ev
er before No matter what kind of
drugstore goods you want, this is a
good place In buy them ll ..u
waul pure drugs and luediciuea: if
you want toilet articles and sick
room necessities' if you want per
fumes: or if you want any of the
thousand aud one different thing.
carried by a first-class, up-lo date
drugstore, get them of u and they
will be good. Every thing is good
in this store. The quality is always
good, our service is always good.
We would like to have your drug
store trade, and will do ovary iIhhk
we cau to make you enjoy trading
with us. We try never to let a cus
tomer go out of our store dissatis
fied. Our aim is to please witty
H. M BawaTfa, Prop
CARMER & SHAW
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.lay, ill. ih
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McGEE & SMITH, Propts.
We look charge of thi barn on M I tad have SS)U pe.l it
entirely with new rigs and fresh, w I . ,- Ws are in
a position la ai ssniodaw taa pabbs n rarj partiaalar i
ri..'.. . . mm snees and pirti.l
I . . ntrally looaUtd and aonvonl nt to I
All .lock It ft in our can .
Iltirscs iNNinltMl hy th daj, s'ck or moiuii
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I CITY MEAT MA KET.
A E YOUNC, Propt
MODISH All AMI DIM HI
I ixalmiis MsaV.'.
Meats of ail Kinds
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! Burns Flouring Mill
Butter and Eggs
o JOB STURTBVPNT, P'opt.
i M0DE8N I0LLEI HILL PKOCESS IS USED II
Fully i-'iniird in tvtry particular 'iml
sniji, iml capacity to tupply the country
for a radius o) XOOmlhk in bread atuj
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I rLUlK, KULLEU DAKLCI, UIUI , AHU :
All kinds of Mill Feed always on Hand
j TBI Ull niliHIM iAKatT MIU PAID WU aOUH XILUNIi HUI j
CUSTOM WORK DONE
! Good Seed Wheat for Sale j
l.vrthing on hand
uaually kept hy all
flrat claaa marketa.
jaw gi -a.
For sale at reasonable
Prices for Cash
1 New Goods at Your Disposal
m White Duck, Tan, and Black Oxfords
all sizes and widths.
pndergarten Shoes for Children
Batiste, Voiles, and Chambrays--Beautiful
Suitings in Large sst)rtment
ine of W. B. Corsets just arrived.
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iiataat Ideas in
Ready To Wear Garments
Kioui Kroatest suit .hours in .otiiilry
bee uea saioplus
UK. OUS. WILSON, Karat, mu
Reserved for 1 1 1 -
E A. FraseRi Manageri
( tartaric, c Oregon.
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"jS ProcLuius yotie wd dicsied as P-TOOAT ,
"m SUITS MADE TO : Lili"252 B '
hi llir tJ unty our! oi His Mate ol Ore
fci.n lor llarnut i.uuly.
lo tbe in .titer ul ilia wstaU ol V illard.
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I l.e uii.l.rsiiiod rxoctilor ol tin- last
will aud toatnuriit ol the alao e iisbkhI
deoadeut tiaviug ttl.u In. rvin an. I
liual account as rtxjuirt-d by law
N..I... is beivby Kveu tu all alioui il
may concmii that liou. II. ('. I . . i . -
Judge ol ttit; above eutitlcd court as
appoiotwl Monday the lath day ul June
l.KJOat Ihe liour ol 10 30 o'clock a. ui
fur the hearing ul objecliuu. to sucli
dual account and the ettletueiit llu-ieul v
aud tliat lliin uullue 1st publislie.l in I In
'i'iaiea-llerald ouce a week lor 4 eucc
a)ag weeks. Dated this lUtti day ol
W I MAMMilMN
Carl J ttph & Co., oi
ProcLuius yoii'io wef riicwed a: U P-TOO ATfi
SUITS MADE TO 00 fSO-OO
Don't (My usieu you are Ii I ELY SA I
Samples bitown and Order .ako by
HA(.KY, FKNWHK 4 J M'KSON.
L-V (iOODS, I UMSHIMiS, SHOHS, HATS AND CAPS i
aw u as ..UU Bnll fleirsUa SrtnfMr-
tioner, Cigars and Tobacco.
tnaio St., Burns, Oregon.
The Orefejon Hotel
All KI'Mr, Managif
Kirsl'class awoipinodstlous ssiSli aeal t t s an i cuwlorta
room" Kuu imiic In liiciuls tu sioi. willi ala
Hums TabWwoll luriiisln-d. Meals cuuts.
Ihe Drewsey Draft Morse Co.
will tand MM
l or the season at
A. I. JOHNSON'S RANCH
tileven miles above Drew.
Ouod pasture for mares at Si per niondi.
Single service $10; season $lg; Insur $20.
A I JOHNSON, St