The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, June 08, 1907, Image 2

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.TfUDAY )vir i itar
KIITION KATEH
."hi. Moot
I I I KUII
Har,
OP AGAINST THE TRUfT
On account of the vitv
ia! advance in all clas
within a short time peat The
Timos-Horald finds it iitnessrjr
to rharuv all dvtrtfajen snhsci i)
tion for tin wr instead of in
cluding the p:ier with the ad
vertising contract as in the past.
Tin MMgtl realized this stej
wa hmmt)' Ronw wi
hut hesitateil to make the an
nouncement on account of his
custom in the pas;, hut after re
ceiving the hill for the summer
Upptta :: Wll ilecidetl Uxi; a:
fairs we have no use for politics,
as the man is what we are look
ing for. This is the proper way
to look at such matters and it is
just such independence that will
bring alxnit reform and place
honest and capable men in public
office.
If .00 are going to plant garden
gi "nnr (Mlion ! and need at
' i wntl )'T pniinil
NO MOOI
Treaur department of Compt roller
of thr Ciirrrm .
Waahii i' i m it, pior.
If those Washington sheepmen w -y vMaaa
who are kicking would come over " ' laieigawd. It ha tssa
l...- ) ...u.,f u .1 :..... ' ' "Tin- llnrnev
H'-lt illlll IW-T- .lit. lllf milllWI UII'S .
. . . , . ik of Hum-, lii Id.-
are doinp to local flocks the. ,,,,.,
wouldn't think the sheep law .
P Bed In the last legislature u;i at Mm
mereh for the nurooao of keei- ' ' ' seajea'
big them out of the state.
The Denver News may le
right in the assertion that settle
men' and cultivation has nothing
to d with changing climatic con
ditions However that may Ih
the "timeliness of moisture" hit
us this week 111st right and w PJ
open for more "timeliness" right
along. If we get it the climatic
When OfM Undo white pa- changes are of little con.seo.Ue'
pr advanced from 86 to BO
cent md ther, considers that the
freight from 1'ortland to Hums
adds boot one-third to the orig-
ma cos; this step must te taken
rder to make both ends n
inning with the first of July
all advertisers who receive the
paper will Ih' charged sin
lion. hilr thi- ia a small item
to the individual, the aggregate
MM - IT EVER Rlf HERE?
II 'I. nil he un
til. Imaine of
lUnloiiL' : No" t I H I I
I'renry.
do lo rt Ij that "Tin. tlanaaj
Count i I .ink o( llnr.
Hie i it nl Burn, ii t .f liar-
-"ii, i autlioriml
i inking
tifn OM linn
'I Stat-
o' Tip . I ..( H.irn.
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nil'tr. Her ol 1 1 1 i tiriv
.loli printing The Timea-Herald
AlUIM-n: VTOK'S NiTIII
In Um maltt-r of theetatof MtMft L
II i'k.' . .In lit" 'I
,,li. ,. i i ... ii. Kivi'ii iliiit lha nniier
igii'.l -till v api'ini-l t I t Ker
lor. Hon OmdIJ Jarlfa "I llarn)
MMty, itregon, tlii- ?"tli ilav of April
M07. Hi- Hiliinni-iro. " ol III- KtaUol
llenrv 1.. Ilark.n. JlilSHll ainl li
Inly i.i.ilitiil All pafMMl liatlng
rlalni" agniiit mM I - ' ' r.inlml
to prvMMit them, with
CM, Ithtn ll month- nolo theilalrof
:nii.i.
'.ralna, at Ml ' . Of it tl
of I'urri-h A K.l ' "Ogon.
llarkajr.
.lniimtrtlor
ADMIM-l'l: l"l: M'TIt I
N t o . i- I tl tha' lha ntiiler
Ignoil w- M N i ' " 'I"1-
i mi i ill. -title ol
PMM 1 1 r
ipi.tlirinl l .tlni-
agatno ail etat' ir pre.
ent thiMii. with tin- proper on,hi'r.
within t ntontii from lha ilalo ol tin
' me at I'ark ' "ii
Mit-i Mav i
.ia:i - - Ml NOi
A.liiiinntralor,
ttp-to-ilale iuli printing at reaann
uhle prices.
Lae Caldwell haa again opened
the Windsor Har to the puhlie ami
mvile his old time patrons and
friends to call. Iraft'her Tt centa.
N0.TRI8PAM1MG
Mtinting ia fnrhidden upon hit
pmalOW. TreaasseMi aril' he pros
II. C. Lr:vKMS.
i. rnta o ' u i (i
Young 6l Faulkner
CIVIL. MlNICIPaL Mi
IKRIdATION FN6INIERS
i .imi .ni'l fuwalta Bail ft ft I lltastaa,
M i.'in,v llrnfling anil lN-ining
Irrigation a Specialty
Burns. Oregon
A good three-fourths of an
inch of rain in less than fortv
minutes is what we experienced
here last Tuesday noon and this
has been followed bv numerous
showers since. While thi- :t
particularly local it has rained
more or less since all over the
amount.-t, nu" iimi.- to the poor valley and has placed a very
newspai-ei mat who seldom sees broad smile upon the faces of the
over 0 a: OM time. farmers, as it practically seen-"-
The T;mt -Herald would advise crops
leave Harriman alone Thi- -i-ion had been needing
for I spell and turn his attention ram for sometime and The Tin
tmst. We would Herald man had been cons;.
realiz more Ivenetit therein and inp the profswition of negotiat
poosibly could appreciate him ing with the rain maker who is
mor. U. are up against the operating iver in Sherman coun
PJMMT tnist"" Car MB and if the t. He was only awaiting re
trenuoi will make gtxsi sult over there to see if the man
've him all due ere- made good, when we received a
most satisf acton down nour
without any expenditure what
ever. Seriously, though, the rain
was much needed and was a
groat boom to arrowing crops.
Main new settlers were asking
Ni it'll
,N l f nl M
tl 'iml.T
IgnelA.Ini' ll tli-will annex
W . ' I a y
ceaeil. ha I . mt, ami
llarsaj aaatae
ilav of
.Inlv. 1007, a' II a oi. for tho
taal bjj.
(ount i
Pat .1 U ;-
M I.. Iltraa.
.ltniintrator
prrrnoN ' on liqi oh i ici soi
V . . I he ui
ltkc .r.r. . lUrn-v nniiin, tate of
II; paillloa th H t,
eoastjr anart of Haratft -tat' ol
OfaaoMi to giant a II Snlna)
t'onnv ni. .ii-. malt ami
trinon liipmr- In le ipitnlltita than
M gailon in I i : H.irn.-
. .unt . tat
ix in nlliv .i in 'lu'v I'Htiil iH
F. WISEMAN
Hoot and Shoe MaMT.
All Work Neatly F-xecuted
Kepair work turned out with
promptness. Prices right.
Jnrrenon lUill.lin.
Ill WNs
OMI (iON
ARCHIE McGOWAN
Land Lealioos Real Estate far Sale
Laa4 Scrip Baajrht aad SU.
Ill gjril, - - ORKnifv
HARDWAR
Of All Description.
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTI
TORS, DISC DRILLS
And Everything needed for the
Old Timer or the New Comer.
Are Pleased to say That we Have
sumed Business at the Old Stand.
Yours for Business,
GEER & CUMMI
BTTH1TS. - OEEG-O:
.. BH I - - W
WHO I'AYS FOR IT?
ii formerly from the
eJM at this office last
and during our general
:icuaoion of var: question "Does it ever rain
marked that the fan .md in fact some stran-
ter of the south was it asked the .satm
ad formed acotn- aol before the noon hi in
: wascomjH'lling themai - Tuesday. An old settler told
pay their p them that he had really seen it
In nao waisliuuoi I ruin here and rain good too. Hi-
have been built ai UtOfl didn't say what u
cottm. ik-1: and the dantert. looks implied, for fear no doubt
aooiiaertl that the sneaker was formerly
rom Kentucky, but they v.
placed in the wan tad from Missouri" that was plain.
I asjo unii. lb made good in less than an
thi local classitication. putting hour.
sent out The most wetness was oppor-
manufacturer out of business. toasfcl more than one respect.
The trust ha acceeded to the It made the old settler's word
inter ami is pay. ' good, it made crops good, and
him easts for hi nut made a good impression upon
antf tin .,! nroapective settlers who
making ojotl ojobms hr I nad just arrived. What is m-
lied articles have been atl- we believe that more rain will
ad about twice over the in- follow during this month that
crease of the raw material. will make bumper crops and put
The fact came u light when former yields out of business.
.i.l KSl
N ttrt- ol
. 1 1 State of
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i'oont i in- . sial'
M tit ami
. i 'I4ii t il i
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tin- parted
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Bob aranvr
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utn that on ISaa
lis tin-
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i tin Mali ii
I ng BgtMMM
tilDM
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stiff i StffSS
ll II I Hi. .it
I Smicaoa.
Frank I n
M i; r K:
II Klllotl
cr ci .rwr.
General Blacksmithing and Repair Work.
Customary Prices.
sssesossos
rs
II irn
i V Hum-
M. FitzCerald
Tin- I'tonavr Ufa. I ' unl
Lani bsasasf si Barae) I oaatjr.
iMol Marc L. I Laad Office
A Specialty
BURNS OREGON
R. J. McKINNON,
Slack lospc-iur. Ilarac; Uealy.
Hsoae addn - Huti
Foley s Old Stand.
"urns. Orapjoo. V
The Great Black Percheron Stalin
VENIN
Will stand the .- ason at
Your Pstro. ag Solicited
Ii
NEW!
Spring and Summer
Dry Goods, Shoes
STOCK IH COMPLETE
Dress Goods, Trimmings, Hats,
Ribbon, Laces, Canvas Oxfords,
Fashion's Lattst in Everything
COME AND SEE THE MANY NEW THINGS
.
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THE RED FRONT BAIl
I os
Bl'KNS ORECJOIM
:r ata have ma I.- i. i .' uli'.i at lliink .III li wolti
' evarvona, a "r - lirili u rvrra
alvn iiill.a rolarlMti 'uof lat ar.
For Inrthfr Information anil lrtn laqah
H RICHARDSON, Secy. C. D. BRANDON. MJ
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Burns Meat Mark
Ne Snop Oppoiu late First National Bank Main Si.
BIGGS STOCK FARM
S3BU5TER BROWN
I uri
local myrch.i'
o!
Hurn-
srsre That's what we houe for sad
ull notitied last Satunla that's what the people of th.-
! thrva. Harney country deserve.
merchants have been esUiag
thread fur tin naU per doaen Chief Straddley and his corps
apoohi. The notice Saturday an- of draftsmen and clerical helj. n
nounces that the manufacturer- :'t Wednesday morn-
have advanced thread t. mi,' for Lakeview where they will
.ore than we pay the retailer establish headquarters for the
present. Frank Gowan ajojaj
Thi? ii hut oas instance of the panied them having secureil a
as one of the draft-sni.t
livni Mgfctf ami it oil The party was joined here ju.st
th pa Defore leaving by a Mr. Jour
data paj the bflla ami let the who goes out to relieve Engineer
STANDARD BRED TROTTERS
POLAND CHINA HOGS
DAZZLER 2:26' ,, NO. 15847
hotM you must ha His
more money thun th. .re in
style ai-tion ami speed. A
for sale at all
data
POLAND CHINA BOQI 1 have purchased i.reed-
fouad and have pip from them for sale either
kin.
I. W. BIGGS. Burns. Oregon
ti&jg' IT.T Th-BUSJTOJSgMK 3T0CKM4
Aw
if5
Wiar patraaaxc sakilcd.
rf. J MS i i a
A New and Fresh Line of
other fellow
gestion to atopim
.:. or rather the constnir
plant with which a irrigate
ue esmeter'. awaiting
water works
will not me.- .iiin iiipro-
al. A thi- work has
air- ...
it no woui nun- lt
in that
din a will not tax- .
make the orator
.. .mil tin- publl
BMUsd
ill o eatsi i. it
can : lahed iii a day. or
taia ittsr, then -
loss 1st !-h- won started
cit outhori
ii.
Milioi.ough. the latter ha
been assigned a place on
traotaSa work on the line huild
mg into the Yellow Stone Park
rStOSd u nuiirl .re A-i ISI
H. .ill luriuali you pi
iiiinir. Joora. windoara sod
innl ware for ttiout half athat wi..-
i.ia- I'.rniarlv coal Addraaa Inn.
t l.iei
Notice of Sale.
Notice ih hereb given. That
i.. indsraignsd, executor of tm
ill and Testament of lalio -
M .Mi .Meiiamy, deceaced, on the
pasjaiosj of said deceased about
.!. .nil one half miles south of
Burnt) Oregon and on
BAT1 BDA1 IKS OAT OP JUNE
.it I'M o'clock F. M.. of
''''' wl" .. :.. will sell St public out-
'' ..11 of the ersonai pro-
if the purchase, ptrty lelonging on said estate
abown by the inventory there
will Ik- put W of now on file in the office of the
... It should County Clerk of said Hani.-..
U- ii. working order. County, and consisting of Live
nek, Farming Implements, Ma-
Tit.- re-election of Dr. Ham chinery. Wagons. Harness, House
Laas M mayor of Fortlaml last hold Eflfecto. Furniture. Provis
Mondav is another vi.tors for "J""'' elc-
thai iniapioiiont Tutor Tho re- N part of the property will be
iiiiblii-un maioritv in that c tv isiu Ior les " lne appraiseo
J II ll-vIf
of a.11 Trinds.
Fine L.ot Of Delicacies
Ofa in -it. 1 1..- ulilu lu call ul U ui.il look lliruunli
. i.r atui-k wind, ia larger than ever I. fur
"I (iLAlANTbt SATISfALTKRi PilCb ItlUill
LUNABURG &. DALTON.
VVSy..-.
OUR NfcW LINbS (
Papers, Drugs, Stationer
Confections and Cigars
are now in
l 1 -r u a.. . .
w-i nn-nn wnaaoiataj, Eajtoti-Holbo t
tioospy, monogram, Bunquet Hmil, '
Diapatsh, Nsthsn Hale, tc Bvlo
Pouudsp
CITY IDTJ-Qr ST013E.
H. M. HORTON, Frjpt
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BURNS LIVERY AND m M aulL
The Most Popular House in Interior Oregon
Ll M'KMSH 4LL OtTSIHH NOiS
Hca. ters for Traveling Men and Tourists
ADEL . vCiNE, Manager, Bur ., Jregon
SfnsK3:3n: ::::::. :3i;a;..::ionnmmt::mat;ai:;;;:;::i:i:;t:;iai::;::amii
J. J. TUPKER
MITCH' LLWACONSdtBUCCIEs
Pumps, Wind Mills, Garden Hose
Gasoline Engines
( reim Separators
Ali Kinds of
Farm Implements
Call jikI ue: prices before purchasing
SKa
;
-ty
about WMMJ yet tilt- liuMUIiet: of
that lwrtv eould not carry the
clifUoit ami the city kuvc Gov.
ChainiM-'riani I niajonty at the
general election last June. In
state, county and municiial af-
value.
The executor reaerve.s the right
to reject any and all bids.
Dated at Burns, Oregon, thih
1st day of June. 1907.
WM. HANLEY,
Executor.
THE : jTEL BURNS BAR.
WM BAILEY Pro-rifttor.
fine Wip . U( ors and (ujdrs
or dryland Ciub Wb shq
CUIt kUUM) IN C-JNKECTION tVERYIHING fl ST CLASS
Courteou- and oMi Muoloi.b
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: Special Atteatiou Uivea
to Coaductiof Fuaerah
NEW ANII ACClKATt U KJJ
IN CONNfcCIIOft sin, BaKA
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ESPONSP LE
UNOWNED
MACHINERY
OPPOSITE OVERLAND HOTLE
Burns. Oregon
BURNS MILLING Ol
HORTON 4. 8AYER, Pr, . ,
Rmio-h vA r- a
--&.. UIIU iiuvsea Lumi
Rustic, Flooring. Mould
Finishing Lumber.
aMaCfcC aaHkO fO .. S a
'-" wmni to Burns. Good IH
Lumber Yard in Burns.
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