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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1908)
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- WHKIIAY. MAHl II I
-I T.silMI'TION KATKS
porer) chalmeji ami Oram
Jameson temporary secretin-'..
After ;i general discussion si ni
tfOD carried that the ehaii- an
point a COntmlttM of live to can-
the situation, ascertain tin
llll ItlWN CKICKHIMIII
I herein announce m
The lament crowd that ever t herein announce myaeu a
MBpmhlitH in I i hall on a candidate for commissioner of
imilfl ! the local Harnej count', ub, I to the da
talent players Insl Wednesday
sentiment of the business men of evening when thej produced the
IVLIAR iivitn - - - - Kmhi
There has been considerable
talk of sinking an experiment
Ian well here for the pur-
Of testmjv the depth nece I I ''
arv to go for I How. S
bueineti men have signified their
willinjrness to subscribe to a fund
for this purpose and others have similar
ttsjReated that the city appropri
ate something toward mak rabl
Itj and surest. "' rather
outline a plan for reorganization
to report at i meeting to be held
iturs time, definite date to
be set bj the committee. Chan
man Kllis appointed I. Schwart
W in. lam. (,. YoVttg, Franl.
anil A. O. Faulkner on
drama. "The Woven Web t ir
the benefit of the to- i clock
fund including 6 tiuntarily
given In I. R, Jenkins, theSteins
ciaion of the democratic voters
at the primaries to be held April
.1. P. WlTIIKHN.
I herein announce myself n
Mminfaln ahiwnman onH K1 rii candidate for treasurer of Har-
nby V. G, Coiad thi pta nej County, subject to the de-
!,.,!,, i ision of the republican voters at
ne wood that the primaries to be held April 17,
i . , . i ! IU1U
the committee. The secretary '" w ow to tne Motners iw (
- ted to write for .-..pies Club fot theirdan G. u ' "nkmifr.
Of constitution and by-laws of ll'" 1144.66.
I ir i . II l . I 1 I l. . .!. i i..ii. iii. i. It it
organizations in other i ms amount aaaeo to me innu ' ' " " ".'" T
The B. A. ft hat fm-now in the First National Bank, candidate for school superintend-
SlftM.10. mi total lund oi em oi narney (. ouniy. suojeci so
paraphernalia in the
the test. The director of the club rooms and the reorganised
Harney County Fair A iil will have something sub-
bave Interested them In stantial to start off with. Ac
me matter and h ha i" . n their cordini to the sentiment of those
intention to appropriate b lum it will i" ssml social In
for the purpose ot a teal well, character and made to include s
The proposition has been d members all pet of good
sd among the plane for this ses moral charaeter with a lad
worx and exploitation auximary.
m our resources, the lm- III" I tmes-neralil is mueli
itli sufficient interest the decision oi the democratic
dueonth bat It to bring rotersat the primaries to be held
pril IT. 1968,
catali tl and pric- ' ' Cavbndul
msulti da committee will pur
I hereby announce in
i indidate for the offlce of assee
the interest hown by the citisen or for Harney County ubjeetto
in this matter and to know that the decision of the republican
a sullii nut amount Is now read Oters at the primaries. April 17.
M.m.ati File Remedy. Pries
no, i guaranteed. Pul op ready
, ., form of piles. Sooth-
thes and h'-als. Sold bv The
Welcome Pharmacy. Bums, Ore
gon, Ik il Haines. Harney. Ore
gon. FOI! SAI.F.
, Denio Oregon General
BMrchandise business, saloon.
I,, buildings and land.
dwelling hoUM and furniture.
i rticulars addn
lus. A. BCfflJBBNlB,
i )i-nio. Oregon,
Hiii,' i biddi n upon 1 1 1 v
pr mi-' Pn -I' i--"i- nil'' ii" .r.-
H. ('. LrtVRNs,
Herald is not authoi. with the inti
definitely the sun the - la- in this movemeni and fa
Con can devote to this work, but will i sea The organise
tin- directors will do something tion will lead to something better
to encourage this work and will I and be of inestimable benefit to nun
Ik- glad to take the initiative in the i of Hums and i
1M I . .1 ., IIUIW
taken me people appreciate ine euons iwo
of our local talent in working for
this wortl . but the pfa-
ers will no dit for the
the liberal patronage and
!'l Nil I I.' VM'M.I
The Eastern Oregon
Civil.. KMClraL AMI
Main (Hlire.'Hurns. Oregon
I " I l I KVIII, l(fi.
Hranrh Ollire, Lakeview, Oregon
the matter provided sufl
encouragement is given l
stantial men. Messrs, Swain ,v
Smith are willing to RMS
Cession- for a tet well and it is
time some action w i
The Fair si for the
sol.- purpon of promoting the
in Of Manic;. COOnt) and
will appropriate BJ lib, rally t--Ward
tin- importaii! .
limited mean- at it roinmand
will justify. Tin
obligated to look after H prsmi-
t and other necessa
penditures taetdeni to the annual
fair, therefore eanaot a
the test we'l i-iitinl
(ally our young people, All t h ncoura ement
ittended the mooting enter- made It pi
ed into it with a spirit and all de
be "tne members. This
matter will be given more atten
tion In The Times-Herald lah i
of the public
town cl i" all 01 US
witi particular thanks to the
I herein announce myself B
candidate for the ollice of a -o -
or of Harnej i ount . wbjt i
the di ci-ion of the di moeratii
at the primarie to beheld
April 17. 1'
II. L l.i iu
Mc(iman A Nidsok
L-i-rl Locations -Real Estate tor Sale
Laud Scrip lloum and Sold.
BURNS, - - ORKOON
Doors, Windows, Paints, Oils
Varnish, Building Paper, roof.
ing, Builders' Hardware
Stoves, Granite and Tinware,
Crockery and Glassware, Etc
TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKS
Camp Stoves any Description made to orde
Full and Complete Line of
Hardware, Guns, Ammunition
Yours for Business
R & CUMMINS.
SI'KW 01K TREES.
All pood dti
ed bl tin- adanceinent of i-duca-tion
aad it i- a matter in which
extent whatever. Tin n..n.
titled for the
inti niieiit should and will
gated to i who .)( in
many fruit power and will do what-
tl proper formula "' i;- Thta,
with which to mm lhni '" un -
and shrub- for aphis ami other "
mijrht be well topublish "'"" ' tnnounoe mj all
the formula authorised, or con v uperintem i
bjeei to J
The Orouon formula: liuii-k ''' '" ' IM"" ' 1IK' --!" p
for t. ihe prin beheld f
I If. II MII.Tii- $
At thi solicital n of numerou
I hen b- announce myself ..
candidate for tin- ollice of asse
or of Harnej count . ubjei I to
the decision of the democratic
i obs In I'1
April 17. !
U d in June. We should
lie careful in our selection .
look not only to the oal,
but also to the moral c!
of U.-i'ir.ii.: I'm tin- pUU I '. 1.
r i announced in
issue as a candidal'
superintendenl and i' i quite
probable hi will have DO Opp
own part;.. lived II I
eount) i- i" years and
taught continuous!) fa th
e iirenon lormuia: iihk
: ulphur. ""
without salt, KO, gallons.
lime thoroughly, add
the .-ulphur and boil an hour and
one-half or until -ulphur isdisnol
Add wal-'f to make .i
gallons, spra-. through i
This solution should bo net
it trees only and th.
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A Complete Line of Everything
OUR SPECIAL FEATURE
Stationers, linrnt Leather Qooda, Books, .lew
eln . Pountaln Pens. Novelties, TolMCCO, I'ipes
Home Supplies of all Kinds
CITT" 3DE5TTO- STOEE.
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
tvwi .. -. V k'-
Burns Meat Marke
Nc Mmpppii:iii the lirsl National Hank Main
Utr r.u -ititl. M. J HAN.'-liN, Propt I
The law r.'i u in -.all brush from
pruning burned within 10 daj
' iprajhig why this
formula without delay.
lit till llAltltlS.
inty Fruit li
innu scmoiii unun
Mi. Pai .
lull. Ill I
il i ;,a-1 ni.-d lo be
,-ome a candidal- for the oA 8
. el to
tin decision of the Republican
oi Harnej Cow
primaries, and I . r the
I will give tfood hoiu
Ithout f Ri
'i-t of all i;. i -
ublican . i am, rei t fully.
E. N Jami son.
The meeting was called !
roll call and the minute, were
d tin- follow-
niiiiawons won- i.
u i i ignes r; V.
trade Hibbard. E
unions the announcement-in an- i DaltOB Millie ll
column will I- found his and Joe TtMcnpaon Ires Fred
name. Ilr. CWvengoi snd Lsua KglL The
before aastad his part foi a .. appointed Leon John-
thine !l;, then the foUowin
of tin- sounty. lb-:- .. renden d
tent, trustworthy man. ami
"KISIINu ON IKI II
should hi.-- partv
of the 60,000 tax lei In this
counts on the 1!)7 roll i..
bsj ooUeetsd, D
Terri! at pnict.ral
it will aid by
expiration of die limit n -quired
in which to n i eive the
Hum i"i- sent rebati
a ko4ji showing and Indrpates the
conditio ir t.i (-
snnounossaent i J, p
Withers u.- a candidate for coun
, t commit -loner apH.'ars in this
i ue. Mr. Wit i the
pioneer residents, of th: i oiinty
I and one of our hea
,1 lb .; In. K of gOOd '
ness iudgetaent cor and
careful. W better mail rial can
lie found in Harne.-. coin'
tin- position of commissioner.
KtiOWnMa. ATHLETIC CLLB.
Star Etoangied Banw r
Sol,, Toilej Johnson
sd That Thi
ol' the Territor of the
Btati !- a Wits Policy.
Affirmative, Blanefa Ten-ill.
.;l!i Millie Hulbert.
I Irving. Plot
ardson, Agnes Cawtteld
ihool riighland Laddk
Tin- judges, Chester Dalton,
Swain and KnidCawlli. Id;
l in favor of the affirma
tive Knima Johnson
Solo Dorcas Sweek
Tin- president appointed
Robinson Madge Miller and Toi
a to prepare the next
ram. W, adjourn.
MILLBKS HELD INDtK $2000 HiiMi
in Richardson and ,J. a.
i.sun arrived in this city
a. having in eharge .' o
s. Miller and his ton Peter, charg
ed with laroenj of stoekfromthe
William Hanley (,'o. and other
The complaint was .sworn to
bj in. Pollard who is now held
ti fruit count:
announce that I am
a candidate for re-election ej
iheriff of Harm county, sub-
of the deinn-
the primaries to
be h. Id April 17, I
I hi , If
candidal. foi Harnej
the democratti it the pri
maries to be held April 17. 1906,
Edw. J. Cati ow,
t.i. II I
count-. iiu thi fall:
I write ! rniers
who intend to I this
Th.- folio found a -,U "' Harm counts
their t'"' decision of the
Ll MABURC & DALTON
M " ' '"''
psj , , , t
l berebj annout ,-lf a
candidate for school superintend
fruit town at voters at the prin iriesjto bo head
the sanii i nrintine April 17. lyob. I hold a diploma
on fruit: H the Monmouth State Nor-
Mom tter ",- mal Bchool, and also a Btati
rinted on uncate granted in Febraai . i:mh;.
I have taught I". 'Veil s. .
tion of the -un, I ofH county,
will i ither dai Am un !:. Miilaud.
un nui' Kiue
: i iJiJiik' (i
The Welcome Pharmacy, Burns, Oregon.
i num. no Igrrtageei Met 'ir Bettsss, Nappese, tt"
llaril Kllblxi in hirliiu. Sprays I in .ei vi
Dreaeta, Broad Puaspe, lael u ths muIiIk- Qoeels
carriei as un
UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORK
J. C. Welcome Jr., Propt.
The Most Popular House in Inferior I
tClTIV I I IlklPU I, III ! .....v.
hlaili ruHnidniji ALLULlMUt KUUffl
Headquarters for Traveling Men and To
IONES & BYKD, Managers, Bums, Oregon
An enthusiastic bunch a
Ulfl men and lev. older
i about 2T) in number, met
at the city hall Thursda) night '" i;iil on eharge
lor the purpose of organising a horses together with
til team. After a few ler. I'ollard could
preiuninary recaarlu and listen, bonds but youug Mflser eras bail
iiiK to a proposition made b. tin- ed OUt 00 the tirst charge and it
Haines Counts Ian A SOUIS I'ollard then '"situealed"
a of the grounds, to- on the alleged steahng of other
gather with suggestions regard i"c'v-
Ulg possibilities for pu The preliminaries of the Mil-
s,-i loviiiK cup. etc., an old urn, lers Lwere held before Justice
inember of the liurn.. Athletic Lewi.s with the result that both
Club suggeatad a reorganisatton re held on four separate n,
oi that club on broader grounds mationi ia the sum of $2,wxi
and more ermaiient standing, "tch. Hail has not yet been fur-
Thls met with general approval m -bed and they may be cunipell-
ad was at once acted upon. B9 reinain in jail until circuit
C. W. Ellis was elected tern- court next month.
fruit i ., the
fruit is ripe and ti.
moved, the . will
a htfh al color from
the i. fruit 1
riment is tried
on a yellow tl. h ix ach with a
ri cl cl gn wlllapp ar
in gold surrounded with red.
ni. tall or circular
and cut out the
.i in it, and .
on the fruit, which, when ripe.
will I.. design in high col
or ui on i light i
ground of the shape of the ,,
of paper. This design again svill
be surrounded bj a brighter col
or the fruit
Frail decorated in this way,
when shipped io the Bast or to
than an., oth
er way that I know of. ti U
n farmers, and bi o row
ll you cannot spar, the
time yourself to do u. turn the
job over . mi and dauch-
appeur m ,.. j . ., k
w.w. ... ,. . .... ... .,.n U.tll-U III
would like to see the
name of the old farm or town 01
fruit that was being shipped out ':
oi tne .state.
ELAUEY, FEISWH! I JACKBON.
DKV (il) l)S, I l!KMSIIIN(iS, SUES, HATS AND CAPS
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLt
irw i OARRfTT, Propti
Fruit, Vegetables, Soft Drinks. Confec
tioner, Cigars and Tobacco.
Burns, Ore on
H. J. Martin.
ii '' " .
GKEEJN K1VEK WfllSKti
The Whiskey Without a Headache
Sjiriul a Hi , ii, .-
to I m )i.sc'n i, .fl
Horses bspi by th sj
'ivi K hi nit, in i
hum qm i-iviiin ruwi
Hill iiml , uiii n,t;
Mj well known bard of I
winning rlerefords Is now located
On the farm of Win. 1'. Cavi
iii .Malheur county. Will bfl
.1 to have you call and in
berd. If in need of hull.,
or heifers we can satisfy you In
quality and price. Write sour
wu.r.uvui L. j kink vii
IroonldK. In, La Uraodr, Ore.
The OVERLAND HOTEL
Afford the Best Accommodations
to Im' hud in Harney ('ouniy
CLEAN KU0MS, CLHaK LINNEN. PflhnflBliE VICTUALS
The pairanage Of all jrufst' under the old BJBJSSJSJSJSJSg
t 'peciullj sylicited.
iSates pax d.a-37-, $1.25
Jame A. Fanning, Manager.
ThlsGeiearated Whiske) has been used (or the iast
50 year-, in the t . B, Hospitals, Army unit Navy, on
ajeseaal el Its purity. Highly recommended i all
Icailui. physicians for family use as u tonic and slim
For silt b only our dialer in each town
THE BURNS HOTEL BAR SOLE AGENT
HENRY RICHARDSON, Proprietor
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
Club Rooms in Connection
CoarttOttf andgObliginp; liar Tender
EVERYTHING 11KST-CLASS DROP lT5
(entrails Located and Connected with Hotel Hums
Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
m AND ACCLKAlt HA SCALLS
IN CMNKIWI eiftl BAHN.
BURNS MILLING C
HORTON & SAYFR, Prop
RoUffh and DrAfird ! umf
Rustic, Flooring:, fiVCouldinfl
ve : rest sawmill to Burns. Good
Lumber Yard in Burns.
FLOYD & MITCHE
General Blackstnithing and Repair W
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
Foley's Old Stand, bupd?,
Your Pstfoi agt - clteid-