The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, May 18, 1907, Image 2

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lATtJRDAY. MAY 1 IWT
8UB8CRIITI0N HATKH:
One Vui ' M
Is Month! 1.00
Th ih Mnnthi
JULIAN mm. - - - M, ......
Bttttr than $0,000 to thf
fOOd sK'.iks wt'll for HafBOV
County. Nothing CM jjivo us a
Mtttl impression gOMMUJ pr 'jspi-i -tivr
settlers tli.ui this, linancial
condition,
tllmi.flit lu vwull an n In a lilo a.lviL.n llir i !i i t i li.ilil il.ini iu na.iti
Tho vnlirlictorv was deli virr il liv doing dutj .-ifler I rOB continued
Minn Km tun Miillnr in h very eredl- pell "t tin rkoff.
talilo manner Hh in our of tli(
brightest scholars of the cUm nnrl
her MlMtlon for thin piece was nn
mistake. Mrs 0 A Ksmhnld M
comnnnist.
The members of the prad listing
class were Kmmii Muller. Adn Nenl,
Floy Thompson, .Mice Hweek.
Helene Hwain, Myra King, Hvrn
King. Clifton! Heed. Curtis Smith
and Ma-. m Smith.
A MUSICAL TREAT.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
ADMINIBI i; TOR'S NtrTIUl
In the maltrr f the estate ol Henry I..
Ilarlov , dggegOgd
M I.it.'Ui given tluil ll l'-r
nimii',1 n i nl v appointed by J P Bogs
tor, Has. Ooantj in, lit.' ol Harney
Is hereby uiven that the under mt . Oregon, tlii- rmlidayol April
ineil tMM M May I, MOT, .Inly up- H07. tin- mtnn nit r.i I I lln- Kstete ol
point's) administrator of ihe estate of I llenrv I. Hark, deceased and lias
ROOM two hundred guests were
most delightfully entertained at
Tho auggrelton that the PotbJih Pregbvtorioo church last Hat-
ilul net in lint- and a5il in m.il.- urdrfv evening l the music pupils
in the 41I1 of Jot) celebration ,1 of Mrs J A. Kemhold in their lirsi
success is a ROOd one. It in too recital While we have always
orach work lor loo t oomom 'toUtH Hwrai nan her
the M-ponsihilit . mn-1c.1l tai. i.:. . nn. truly aur-
" prised at the rapid advancement of
our fOOng pi.'pli' 111 ,er Iheir able
It hot teen ragfftartd lo Th.- ,.,.,.,
Tmicv-llciaM thai 0111 dtj atith-oiiiu-s
look mli) sanitary ninilit
ions in Mums There is more or
MO lillli thrOUghogM the I.umi .nni
now i lh. propV time tO nip
poosibtc typhoid getms.
HIGH SCM001 COMMENCEMENT
LoMOr'l hall was tilled In over
timing last evening bj friends if
MM graduating dais of toe Hitr
nev OOOOt) high .clinol ( witness
th.- grodooilagj exercises. The
tag- wit- li.iiiilsoin.'lv decorated
with IvWOfl and potted plants
with lh-' class motto "V Musi
Bail not Drift or Lie at Anchor"
was dipUvrd in the class colors,
purple and orange across the front
BfOTJ numi.er gf th
well reinlet,,! prngritii seeni'd to
" - n and all present
1 ,i 1 mi' digh -.ii. .i . i
fltf if ii., c.i.i,
meet I1.1111 strangers whi
old linn- triends of ducalinii were
deligl.i-d iiiii 11, ,,,- -
iiy ine i'.i pi ir- ami Mil, renew their
M and energies to make the
school a greater lucceei in the
filial ..
wiiiingiy in tne
In-
'".fUi Jirur.i im Ills- ,,,.,,.
nanu 1 urn- Miiith t.illowe.l with
Kvrrv numher on the program s
well r.ceived and each participant
shinv.il .-xcellent touch ind perfect
linger movement Ii would I" I
hard Matter in glee particular in
dividn 1! praise in any of the piano
sell .11.1111. for without exc pn,.i.
thev were g pmaj, Taking into
c.ii.-i.lera.ion the vi.iit hfullness of
the class and it being their first ap-(learaiM-.-
in DObUo, it was m.si
uccesst.il and we venture the
assertion that no other town the
size of Hum" could do Letter.
Ml i iniiniter were well
elected and heartily applauded.
MroQoull rendered several solo- in
her usiixl happv manner, whi.l.
er. -1 in pi superb T., those who
BOOra If r ,.r ill.- tirst time 11 was
11 deliKh'lul surprise The guartels
1. 1 Mi- (i.mlt. Mrs Karre, Mis.
It-in l.,l. and Mrs 1,-onard were
pHriiculi'lv mil r.tderid On
I.. Ip 1. ui appreciate such
Huong our home MHp!e
ami many ertmuglv fall to realiie
that we have s.ich talent. Mrr
is a linished vocalist with a
voice of particular sweetness, great
range ami over which she exerciser
perfect control Hhe reeponds an
dxinands of her
I'nniul ('. MwfOi tlrx-essiil and liss duly
.pidilie.l All persons having claims
against -"Hid estate ure required to pre
sent ii..-. ... with ii." a roper i.iii.-liers,
Within ill in.'r.tiii hOOl MM date 01 tin-
notice t" me i Psrk Pis. . Oregon
1 m.m 1 psir
.lain.- I M.iore,
diniiiistrator,
PETITION phi: i.uji hi: i ICKN8I
duly ipiilili".! Ml persona having
ilslms against ssi.i Katate are reqalegg
t.i present them, with the proper Vooefc.
ers, within i BMHtha from the date ol
this noii.-e to the gnderslgned adminla
t..ii..r. at ltiirn-. 0 egoo, or at 11
of Psrri'h .v Uenih.il.1. RurtlO, OrggjOB,
Diie.i tpril MHb, I
Daniel P. Ilarkee,
,liiiiin-lrator.
1-1.1 1 I lu inl; I, Inl Hi: I HI NSK
We. the iniilersiiincl lejr.l voters ol
laike Pre. in, t, llarnev t'nnnty Hiate of i We. lh" gOAONlgnod leiril votetg ol
Oregon reepeetfgllj petlUog Iho Hon. I Lobe arexlual, Hortaev i.nmt, state of
(..nut r.,nrt ..I rlargg) ('.' Hilly, Stat. ' Hreu.ui .respectfully petition II. BOO
gtOrejpM, hi rsnt .i In- n",,( A ."iintv curl Ol ll.in.y .'..inl.
Hsiiirs g - I -.inin.nis. Map Hn Hreumi, I" geMl e HeeaM t rttdOOJ
Liajwora In mm njoontlttgi Umm ''""iw" Ml -i" ml' snd
ggjg gOlkM in I ke pi., in, I. IPiri.'-v vui'.iis HgjOON In !'-- OJtMOtlthM than
I oniili SttUoOf Otgggg f.ir the peti.sl "'' nallnn in l.ik. .r. . in. t ll:irne
ri...iith-. :i- 'ii dnii li'.iin.l vie ill eoogljr, etati rial Ol
gtfgf prav six tnenih-. ..s in -luu bound we will
Nmxf. Namsh everpra
lagagg RgtherfenJ Hidney Comegvs NaOi
P.l Ati.l.r,.ii .1 Whiteside C I lUinc-
,i r siiniiiiHis Pay Cooaggsa Ed Anderaon
Cbaa root vYaitor AgMaeaon JOWgigaogg
' i Maten ll II Klli.ai Chi
MToaxh i Hn A J aatrltl ' ' haayth
jab Vafai I r Simmons JaaMa Wa
I. II R I I rank Dunii arnne.
Audi Oabngg Maj.ir Kingsley ' " K i-t 1 1
, mirggu ii Kiiiott And 0 ban
T I limes Ksnniog s,oU Calters.m
Ian Dojstr
Notice U bareb liven UaM "i. haia
daj . th. l"il, . I,i v ol .Inn,-, PHI,, the nn
.lami". Ratherford
i vTbll
I M i ...
II II P.lli. at
p.lwin A I
(' I Siinin.nis
Prank Dawn
dor Kiaajale;
II Klllotl
Not la i- in-,-, -in given His' on rage
day. the Irni. .lav ..i Jane, IflW, the un
dersigned will apply to the Gouty Ideretgneu will apply totoeeonni
Cmri ..t ti. -is.i- , ,.,ioi Uerawy Oftbt -tat. olOaagaaifei tlatnay ewawtj
t..'int, mm it., license in-iitii.ni-ii m let thg Mggoaa Mentioned In the hwagjes
Mm ('if : i ioti. Ing..iiti"n
I A llnrs. -'" I OMMIYS
I Caldwell has Again opened
the Windsor liar to the public and
invites his old time patron and
friends to call. Diaft beer 6 oente-
NO TKKSl'ASSINfl.
Ranting is forblddon upon my
prgnolegf Trespassers wil! be pros
ectlted.
II. C. l.lf.VKNS.
LiMtest Ideas In
R adi To Wear Garments
I . i' greatest suit houre in country
gee MO sample
NIS. CHAS. WILSON. Burns. Urtcon
HARDWARE
Of All Description. j
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVAl
TORS, DISC DRILLS
And Everything needed for the
Old Timer or the New Comer.
Are Pleased to say That we Have Ri
sumed Business at the Old Stand. I
Yours for Business, I
QEER& CUMMINS
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the Saiutatorv. He reviewed the
history of the Harney county high
school and his remarks were very
appropriate The male gjgJQHal
rendered three numiiers during the
evening which were well received
Miss Ada .Seal's eeea) . "The Ad
vantages of an Education." wa a
well preiniir.l pawr and ihow.il
much thought lira t.uilt sang
Mro sol..- and as usual caplivsud
all preeni S,. fM to an
encue with a catcht geleotioa Ibol
pleaaed her hearer.
Mi-- A (awltield's recitation
M Kuildtng of the Shi,, " wa
one of the meritorious mi m tiers
Agnee recite well and her friend
oerlaiulv appreciate her talent. A
dooblo quarto! - Masdames Karre,
Laonard, Finn and King ami
Messrs llyrd, Welcoun Brown and
.Mars'lni bllow. Thia wa well re
oeived The esa "Hum- l.y
Mile Alice Sweek was in the nature
of a biography of the lovtoh BwM
for who. i. this town wis mm .1
The duet ll I I I U. nH Mgllt
Wonder,1 bi Mn I urn i . .Uiltai.
rd Ma- rendered in ih-ir u-u,l
manner "lr Whitiumi Kxi.e.ii
ti.n. l .-- I' i.. Tbom.-oi.
eh. wril careful preparation ..nd
was well delivered The high
echooi ijnarlet gOOgioMOjfl .)! hyr.l
King. Myra King Cinl.r.i Bead
and M .- . -inilli leiidere.l
lion with oredil and Mi--
iiion wae axoaptiouoily
well liellVere.l The litl
alwaye boldg close attention
t 11 I.e. nard gave n short ad-
in- oloof that wm full of
. d r. Maraden'a re-
marke preoediug the presentation
Of tin di .na were most appro-
pri i I D food for
assisting with musioal
programs that the haa become a
prime favorite among them all.
Mrs. Kembold's unsurpassed work
is just beginning to ibow thr.mgli
the performance of her pupils and
is therefore more appreciated than
iu the past.
The Times Herald regrets aj iO
aolin U) puhliah the prugran,
The pupils partiripatiug were:
deorg" Mar-.l-n 1. i,..re Skmii.ii.
'iida gad Kioieme Rigtiardaoti
llrown Jsnatte (i.iwln
Toil J Jobiti i . Baaafa Ba iln
H.iei. I'urrii.gi.in, Mervin Horton.
Mr- Krtiin.
DAZZLER 2:26' ,. NO. 15847
j.
Will make the Season 107 at
BIGGS STOCK FARM
line mile north .if burns, Oregon
i :..m brttda it.-. style, imisii md !,' .1 a
race horst ind a ttrt of race hone wiow horse and a
sire ' f show horses.
1 1 onl) mm'Ii di which has iwei tt od .01 publii sat
vh in Hsrn count) with a Standard Record.
Th only Stall m in Harney cuut.ty thai hasevti stared
.' eh 1 Standard Record
Fo: terms and particulara addre-
J. W. BIGGS. Burns, Oregon
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WHITE FRONT LIVERY,& FEED BARN
M. I . WILLIAMS proprietor
CORNEY OF FIRST AND B STS BURNS. OREGON
We H ve w Comfortable Ricjs and 6ood Teams
ll.iises enlriist.-l In mir ears will rerelse beat olttenllon.
Naggggaaa tsktni M ill aarM Ol the country. Ycor petromge eollciled.
. .',w'MOgaaoo
iti
gaaje5
HODGE &. FLOYD
General Blacksmithing and Repair Work.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
Customary Prices.
44
Foley s Old Stand.
urns, Oregon.
Burns Meat Market
New Stop Opaositc the Hnt National Bank Main St.
I'ork. i'M
D(U0;il:i in
lir Sjiiisiifli
nrei m m
yuaiitiiv.
nr aalrtainc MliJted. 11. J HANSEN, Prop
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I aSJ SavArw's af FVU
V Slfl B9i Ml I F Vnr --
in w; , WtkkYO
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Your- Patfo. ago Solicited-
JULY 4 KACh PRUORAM
Julv ,'t t mile riasli for Usrnes
t "lint .sddle liorses tbat n.-.
won I'urae
, mile ilaih free Ur all I'ur.
;
mil., irot nr psce two heats ,,u
of three fur lissney countv - year
olds I'urse 150
Julv 4 i mile deal) Free for
ali ParaollOQ
mile Ileal, trot ot pace, tw
1 three. Free for all.
I'urre Hog
i-h Free for all I'urse
I n. lie darn for ponies not over
.nd- I'urae 160
Jul .' in. il. heats trot or pace
lor Harney county horeee. I'ur.e
. mile dash free for all I'ur.i
mile dash free for all. Curse
July 6-1 mile dath free for ull
1 1 "J.".
I mile dush free for all purie'liK)
I .ni-.iUtioii distance to he named.
I'ur..- 80
Blue Mountain Rapid Transit Line
FRANK NETSCHAN, Propt.
iipcraiiux iron Aulio via Prairie Cily. Jaha Day. Caona City lo Bum. Ortjoi
1 ' rJaya froaa linker City to Uurns, Oregon.
tiii.il, 1 loit.ihlr i-onveyuncra Curelul iIuvith Firat
t. laaa Si.iiions .iI.iiik the rout- - Railroad In Minn onl 105
miles I 1 1 ilea -tsiv
L. WOLDENBERG, Auditor
i
THE HOTEL BURJNS Bflk
5flM BAILEY proprietor.
Fine Wines, iLiquors and Cigars.
Agents for JMrqland Club Wbiskg.
CLUB RO0M5 IN CONNKTION EVERY HUNG rWOPi
Courteous and oUiotj Mixologists
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The jllost Popular House in Interior Oregon
NtATIl FURNISHALL OUTSIDE KOOMS
Headquarters for Traveling Men and Tourists
ADELAK RACINE, Manager. Burns. Oregon
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a-3mLE3ivCiE:ajT
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Don t miss seeing my
filtbAl SPHNI aaii SLNNtK LIM
before you buy Clothes
1 aOVO taoot m Iho Richest and
must l-.islnoiiabie Qualitiei on lac
Coaai. Vow iuii 1, ive a suit froaa
SIXTBBN DDUlaHRS UP
A p.nr of truu.-i 1 - Ii 080
FIVE DOUUHHS UP
and mi in. 1 troubli 1 bout them
- in 1 .iu-. 1 nuoraatw tit
1 still ii . 1 Hsoniogi pre
repairing at very reasonable pi !
See A SCHENK,
The Merchant Tailor
About it
Burns, Onogon
ft?
The Great Black Percheron Stallion
VENIN
VN ill stand the Reason at
THE RED FRONT BARN
BURNS, ORhCiON
NEW!
Spring and Summer
Dry Goods, Shoes
STOCK IS COMPLETE
Dress Goods, Trimmings, Hats,
Ribbon, Laces, Oanvas Oxfords,
Fashion's Latest in Everything
COME AND SEE THE MANY NEW THINGS
orv-'svgsgva-sygy.sv.-s, , , aaajaji gw . ,
t OUR NEW LINES Ol
Papers, Drugs, Stationery
Confections and Cigars
are now in
U TAH-NR Chooolatou, Eaton-Hulbt : t Sto-I
tionony. monogram, Banquet Hall, Post I
Diapateh, Nthao Halo, otc Bylo Taleunrt I)
Potudor
CIT"3r JDTZTJOr STOGIE. ' '
H. M. HORTON, Propt
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reai , 1 . i-ral 111,111--. w in be
1 ,ini.-a redaction on pri
1 .,. iH.iii.-r informatiuu ami teriui uuiuir. ...
H RiCHARDSON, Secy. C. D. BRANDOM, Mgr.
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BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
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rORM ONE
J. J. TUPKER
MITCHi-LL WACONS& BUGGIEs
Pumps, Wind Mills, Garden Hose
Gasoline Engines
C ream Separators
Ail Kinds of
Farm Implements
A New and Fresh Line of
G-BOCEEI
of sill Iclrxels.
IK
Fine Lot Of Delicacies
W nn 11. tin imblii lu cell un us mi, I look tlirunnii
. ur slock wliicti U Urgor than ever before.
WE lit ARAN I tt SAlbLAtllON FltlCb RIUIII
LUNABURC 6l DALTON.
uy -TAmL "Jtf hmsi
fw- Im LJL :S 3
' tPV ' 'ill I
Special attention tint
1.. 1.. .. .
in ir 11 11. tr it-11 1 11 si mn in
rcti-hl trti ins.
Hot Met .(', ' by a,, ,
ii'i 1 A in month .
tLA LIUKi IliknOli
lllljl tlhil
on Imml
!' HI II III 1
mir patronage hoIici
Suutli Moid Hi Buruo, I
Special Attention Givea
lo Cooducting Funerals
WiW AND ACCDKAfE MAY SCALED
IN tONNECUUN WITH BARN
ffe
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( all md jt prices before 1 urchasinj
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B5PONSJ Lf:
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MACHINERY
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fmmmmmfU ," SSS'r-,S,s,ssy"s'ewfcsas.
Tlx Ox-oron.
- a r
-KEotol
AH KUNU, Manner
OPPOSITE OVERLAND
Burns, Oregon
HOTLE
mumutuuut:i:w:.i(;tittumtimituusituuiui::n..ii;u;;tti.! ...iwtjiim.i.i:;
First cUssHCiouim. ulations ilti Meat, enu ami cuiuluru
us, in. l-uiiK invito, bwlrienila to swj srilti biui abaain
bums. Tablee well furuiibed Meals So ceuu.
i.sranri ir- -ir m rin.si
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BURNS MILLING C
NORTON 4. 8AYER. Pro.
Rough and Dressed Lumbi
Rustic, Flooring, Mouldini
Finishing Lumber.
aalai n awa-S- AM....utll oam
vaaavon oawmill IO bums. Good ROl
Lumber Yard in Burns.
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