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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1910)
SATURDAY. JUNK IS, 1110
On Year ...
8tx Uonthi ...
of this scclion. Tlioy will open
on Saturday July 2 mid continue
untill tho 8th inclusive.
tui.iAN uvun - - - Mit
Tho farm is the stomach of
tho nation, starve it and tho
nation dies. Land without pop
ulation is n wilderness; popula
tion without land is a mob. Our
only way to j?et oack to a sound
normal basis is to "get back to
tho farm". Tho people must
Ket back to the land;tho unnatur
al, wicked, killing condition
which allows groat centers to be
come congested with non-productive
citizens, while tho country
starves, must bo done away with.
Cremo tho children cry for it.
Crcmo for sale by your grocer.
Clothing for youths and child
ren at Schenk Bros.
Gentlemen, wo havo all our
spring nnd summer stock in.
Yours truly, Schenk Hros.
If you want to seo tho latest
styles in hair goods, Turbans,
Switches nnd. Hats, step into tho
Busy Corner Store and ask tho
Mrs. Miller will
intervals from the
25th of this month
nnd see the
LAND DUAL AND IKKIQATION SCIItiMH.
Man Looking Over ! L S. Co Lands
And SIMci Irrigation Project.
BIO TIME AT I'KAIKIG.
lGth to tho
, Some real
for summer. Call
display and mako
Wm. Altnow, tho old pioneer
of Otis creek, is in tho city re
newing ncqunntancc. Mr. Alt
now wns formerly county com
missioner is one of the best
known men in Eastern Oregon
where he hns resided so long.
Mrs. Dan Varien arrived home
yesterday morning, having como
i in from Prairio City in the Wm.
representing' i ini,,,. ,,(,, ci, noni. tho
r.. r- i. " ' '."". """ "."-. .
winter with relatives ami friends
in California and is much im
proved in health. Sho was ac
companied home by her nephew
C. A. Varien, who will spend
Tho completion of the Sumpter
Valley Railroad into Prairie City
was marked by an enthusiastic
celebration Thursday participated
in by people from Baker City,
Sumpter, Canyon, Burns and
this city were: Hon. Frank
Davey, President C. II. Leonard
of the Commercial Club, Judge
Rector, Archie McGowan, County
Clerk Mothershead, Sheriff Rich-
arason, Assessor uonegon stnu 1 60mo fj,no jlor0i
Wm. Hanley. All but the latter
left hero Wednesday in two autos
for Prairie. Mr. Hanley met,
them there as he was returning
from Portland and he is the only '
one who has arrived home,
others beinir en route. I
It was a very pleasant celebra
tion and the Burns speakers. Mr.
Davey and Mr. Hanley, did well.
President Eccles of the Sumpter
valley was present and took part
in the speaking.
I have re-opened tho Red
Front Barn and will run as a feed
stable only. I am going to take
the best of caro of horses and
UlCl no ,rt0(.:i,t, t., , ...Ml wnn
tlO 1WOOIUIV.t lilt 11IW1I If 111 III,-
PRAIRIE DALL TEAM COMINQ.
A 'phone message from Mr,
Davey yesterday evening an-
iAi1tiron tVin nnnltlinna nnnnt I
which the Prairie City ball tearcct to Jiave the planer running
SUIUU WlllU III AUUUSL 1111 11 IIIU
notlung to do but care for your
teams and I am going toTseo'tlint
it is done. I will appreciate a
share of your patronage nnd will
strive to please.
M. L. Lbwis.
H. M. Horton expects to leave
tomorrow or next day for Port
land where he had planned going
a little later to join Mrs. Horton
on a vacation. Since the mill
burned he will go sooner and or
der new machinery. They ex-
would come to Burns and partici
pate in the game here during the
celebration. The local fans have
got busy and with the aid of their
friends will make arrangements
and it is now practically sure
that we will have two of the best
sawmill in September. It is found
that with some repairs tho en
gine and boiler can be used
A report from the wool sales at
Vale last Monday shows the
games of ball ever witnessed on, A bid of 17J was Ina,ie for oi;o
the local diamond. The Prairie clip but it was refused. Very
City team is one of the best in, little wool was sold owing to low
Eastern Oregon and they arc a Prices and no Harney county
,-ni,ni, ,wi,. fi, ,v,no,-, clips are reported sold. Some
R. Ulrich, a Seattle man, spent
a portion of this week in this
section looking over tho P. L. S.
Co. land holdings and inspecting
the Silver crook irrigation pro
ject being promoted bv Messrs.
McConnoll, Colo Pros, and asso
ciates. Mr. Ulrich Bccurod much
information nnd data on tho
Pacific Livo Stock holdings nnd
also visited tho Silvies valley
reservoir site. IIo discussed the
possibility of purchasing tho big
land holdings of tho company
with Assistant Supt. Holland nnd
intimated that ho might secure
capital to buy tho land nnd also
take up tho Silvies Valley irriga
tion schemo that would control
tho water nnd irrigate tho great
Harney Valley. This is a pro
ject of much magnitude and
should Mr. Ulrich succeed in in
teresting capital it would mean
great things for this section.
RAILROAD MEN COMING
For tho purpose of "seeing the
country," J. P. O'Brien, vice
president and general manager
of tho Oregon Railroad & Navi
gation Compnny.nnd R. B. Miller,
trnfllc manager, will leave Wed
nesday on a ten days' nutomobilo
tour of Interior Oregon, says tho
Oregonian. Tho tour will cover
a largo part of Crook, Harney,
Lake and Klnmath counties.
Mr. O'Brien yesterday declined
to admit that tho trip was pre
liminary to railroad building in
tho counties named.
"I havo nover been in tho Hnr
ney Valley," said Mr. O'Brien
yesterday, "nnd I have heard so
much about it that it made me
want to visit that section. Mr.
Miller has never been there,
either, nnd ho also wishes to go.
Wo have been planning the trip
for a long time. Railroad con
struction in Harney County is
under the direction of W. II.
Bancroft, of Salt Lake, tho vice
president and General manager
of tho Oregon Shart Line."
Sunday School Excrclic.
Following is tho program of
Children's Day Exercises given
by tho Delisted Sunday school,
Juno 12, 1010:
Song . .Tho SWeot Bye and Bye
Recitation . . Welcome
Song Why Do You Walt
Prayer Scriptural Reading
Ola and Bridgio Johnson
Recitation, Lights, Flowers, Birds
Nino Little Girls
Tho Good Nows Must Bo Told
Bossio Wood, Josephine Mnthcny,
Ola and Bridgio Johnson
Recitation .Many a Little
Gladys Dcnstedt, Esther nnd Eliza
Johnson, Myrthlen McPhcotors
Recitation . Ola Johnson
Recitation Tho Juniors
Russcl, William and John John
son, Charley Denstcdt
Recitation Wo'ro Happy
William and Bridgio Johnson
Bessie Wood, Josephine Mnthcny,
Recitation Russcl Johnson
Recitation, When Jesus wns Hero
Josephine Mnthcny, Hcssio Wood,
Song Jesus Loves Even Mo
Address Wilber Hopkins
Song Just as I Am
Collection for Sunday school
extension work $G.!15. Number
TROUT $1 EACH.
ment of Tom Hudspeth, a former
These games will be a particu
lar attraction during the celebra
tion and we may look forward to
a big time.
was disposed of at 13. Accord
ing to a press dispatch many of
the large wool growers will con
sign to the eastern market. This
has been found unsatisfactory by
local growers and those acquaint
ed with the methods aro advising
their friends not to consign.
J. O. Bunyard, one of our old
pioneors, is in tho city under the
care of his physician. He has
E.H.Meade of the Margaret I one bone broken and his arm
MARGARET ISLES COMPANY JULY 4
"Isles Co. called The Times-Herald
over the long distance phone the
other day and asked that arrange
ments be made to bill that first
class theatrical company in
Burns for tho celebration week.
Carl Walker had arranged a
series of entertainment for the
week with local talent but very
gracefully withdrew for the Isles
company and consequently Man
ager Smith of the opera house
closed a contract with Mr. Meade
over the long distance last night
thus securing a good attraction
for celebration visitors.
The Isles company is one of
the best making this circle and
badly torn and bruised the result
of a mixup with his saddle mare.
He found the animal on the
range the other day with a young
colt, the latt'er being caught be
tween a rock and sagebrush un
able to get up. Mr. Bunyard
was assisting the colt out of the
uinicuity wnen the mother re
sented it attacking him fiercely
with her heels. A large rock
prevented Mr. Bunyard from
avoiding the flying heels and he
hnd to take his medicine. He
succeeded in getting homo with
her and tied her up. The animal
was foolish about tho colt and
pulled the pole to which she was
tied from the fence and it struck
Mr. Bunyard on the arm and
across the back of the head. He
. ia nAt cnrinnulv hurt liitf n liiu
are known to the theatre goers lage jt i3 rather hard 'on him.
A SWELL DRESSER
Can Examine the very latest
Spring and Summer Lines
All New in the very "
Fanciest Scotch Samples
Shirts and all other- articles
for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Only Place
TUB MERCHANT TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS
Odd Fellows' Building
It is not often that an ordinary
newspaper man has tho privilege
of sitting at a dinner tabel and
eat trout (with out any limit)
that cost $1 each, yet The Times
Herald man enjoyed that the
other day at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Dnlton. Last
Saturday afternoon nfter bank
ing hours Henry and Ludwig
Johnson in ncompany with L. E.
Laurtnce of tho Union Telephone
Co. started to Bear Valley in an
auto to enjoy fishing. Henry
and Lnurance promised to phone
their wives upon their nrrival at
the destination nnd they did at
l o'clock the next morning.
They arrived homo Monday even
ing with the assistance of several
teams pressed into service at
various points. They had rested
two hours and spent about the
same length of time fishing
since leaving town. They broke
tho low gear in their machine
and it wouldn't climb hills on
the high gear. Johnson said it
was fun pushing the car up Soda
Mountain in the night so as to
coast down the other side.
Good morning! Did you hnve
Cremo for breakfast?
M. N. Cortwright has just re
turned from a visit to Portland.
Tho Home Hotel is the comfor
table place to board.
James Pirio was down from
his'Cow Creek homo yesterday.
If you want to mako a trade,
sell your relinquishment or other
property tho Inland Empire Real
ty Co. will bo of great assistance
to you. Thoy have sold others
and can sell yours.
PUBLIC LAND SCRIP, fully
guaranteed. Can bo used on nny
land open to homestead entry.
No residence required.
L. W. HuiiM'.M,,
Notice is hereby given that the
copartnership heretofore existing
between C. A. Bedell nnd Henry
Richardson has been dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. Rich
ardson retires from the business
nnd Mr. Bedell pays all tho bills
and collects nil outstanding ac
counts. C. A. Bepkm,
Closing Out Sale of Full Blood Merino Flocks
Having decided to closo out our entire holding of fino sheep
Wo havo tho following to offer for snlo without reservation.
loO Registered Merino owes with lambs, of the A and B classes.
1500 Solect full blood Rambouillctcwes with lambs, strictly true
to typo and of beautiful covering.
1500 Full blood Rnmbouillet owes with lambs, strictly first class
and good enough for nny stud flock.
1500 Select full blood Dolnino owes with lambs, heavy shearers,
heavy bono nnd very largo size.
1500 Full blood Delnino owes with Iambs, good enough to go
into nny stud flock.
1200 Full blood Spanish Merino owes, with lnmbs. These nro
Btrong typo of tho B clnss, very heavy shearers and dense
covering. Tlieso nro exceptionally largo for their type.
tii law nvK n.ocifs aim: am. younm hiikkp.
5000 One and two year old owes, not bred, of tho above classes.
3700 High class Merino owes, with lambs.
2700 Ono and two year old high class Merino owes, not bred.
2700 Yearling range rams, and
400 Registered nuns of the nbovo classes,
All owes with lnmbs have been bred to registered rams in
their respective classes. Tho male increase will bo raised
as ram lambs, except those from tho J.700 head of high
class Merino owes.
For price nnd particulars, address
TI12 BALDWIN SIICM & LAND Co.
Hay Creek, Crook Counln, Oregon
( J? ' ThtOnlx'Womin'r.CoIl.irontiia
Why pay the rates charged by
Standard Companies, when you
can get tho same protection for
about half? Firo Insurance tn
cost in tho Horticultural Firo
Relief. Randall, Passenger &
NOTlUK FOIt I'UHLIOATION.
tMTKti Statu !.ixr Orrii a,
llurni, Oregon, Mity 13, 1U10
Nutlca li ticrcbr given (lint Kilitar K I.augli
lln, ol ratillna, Oregon, vrhn, on Doromhcr
ll, won, iikiIo liomeiliiaif entry No. (J1I37, loi
KJSHWJJ.rloc.SSiTwp. 17 8.. l.ot a, rJKJJNW),.
HcctloiW. TuwiiahlplH H., nil In IlingoXi, Kan
Wlllamiulo Meridian, liaa lllril notlco ol Inten
tion lu maku final Uu in (n mat Ion I'rno, toci
tabilalt claim to the Unit abnvu dcacrlUsI, lie
loro tlio ItogUte' ami Iterolver i Harm, On
gon, on tli 'Jilt day ol Juno, lull).
(llalinant name ni w llnuiica
M. J. Beni'til, I'nter Dcloro, Oacar Ol.crgo, M.
K. pcloro nil of 1'aulina, Oregon,
Wm. Kauhk, lU'gltlvr,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
llurni, Oregon, Airll Hi), 1'jlO, I
Notice la hereby given lliattliu State ol Ore
gon liai II I (! lu till, oldie in appllrotlim
rierlal tlo. uullojloaolect, uniler Ilia provlilorn
ol lieu ,a ol (Jiiiigreia, approve! Augmt H,
lull and arta (ui(ileineiital anil amendatory
Ixjt 'i. See. V,T. ! a , II. S3 K, rV. M.
Any anil all periona claiming ailvernely the
.n,t.,. ui.uiuvw.u, HVIlllli, .( ri, Wb.u.u
uf Ihu mineral character ol ihelainl, or for any
other reaioii. to the illarxiial to applicant.
hould file their anidavlli of nroteit lu Ihla of
flic, on or before the expiration of the period
Wm. Filing, Koglilcr
Kir.t publication, May H, 11110.
Mat publication, June 1", IVI0.
f. V.HR. WflHI.A
Ijocatrj among the Wautiful
lull, nrtr O.VI.nJ, California,
clox to San I'rancixo ami tHr
grral Univ,rili. of thf Wot.
Full rollrgiatt courM IraJinl
to Jrgrrr. Hntrance anJ frajuation rrquirrmtnta
teuivalrnt to iIiom ol SlanfurJ ami Univrrrity
of California. Training fita atuJrnlt for tracliinji
rtifutir loin ul uciJrinic woil, an! offrrt aprciat
aJvintiifca for niutic, art, litirarv .luJy anl
Kama tconontica. Writ rquippr J Urorator!ri for
timer. Special attention to kraltk of ituJrnti.
Mojrrn gymniaiutu thoroughly rquippfJ. Out
ioot lifanJarnurmntlMlthffiJal California cti
mate. Alumnar in rvrry city on tlit Pacific Coatt
rom CATALoeua ADon.ae
PneatorHT Luilla Clay Carbon LL. D.
Mill collioc p. O . California
Young's Meat Market k Grocery
We sell everything that
everybody wants to eat
Groceries, Meats, Shoes
Rubber Goods, Ice
Meats from 5c. to 12 l-2c.
Best Loin Steak 121c
Boils fie. to 7c.
Roasts Gc. to 8c.
Sausage ... .....a 12&c.
1 OrK t f t.aiifia i.t)C
Thin walker will mulcc foit feci
like makiiifj farden. We have the
BEST STOCK OF PLOWSP
on hand and the Ileal and iiiohI
COMPLETE STOCK OF SEEDS
SEEDS IN BULK AT ONE-HALE PRICE
of package need. Full nlock of
lOJ1S and 3Ftj.S5LE3
Benin lo gel ready for fardcniiif
GEER & CUMMINS
After Miiy 15 we will give
away tH fr-g TT.TrS one
ONE $25.00 STANDARD TALKING MACHINE
for Cash purchases amounl
hiff to $75.00. Save your
coupons--when they total
$75.00 bring them in and
get your machine.
REED BUILDING OPPOSITE, POST OFFICE
Bums Meat SVIarket
N'ewgSliopOppositc (lie first National Hank Main St.
iM Ml H
Your patronage solicited.
H. J HANSEN, Propt
Go To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'ir hone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
CORTES E. ELLIOTT, Proj.t. ;
Soci i attention $ivt
to transcicnt custom anmm
rf freight teams.
fffllWfV l.'flit 7m fhn rl x.1,8
MiV -.... .f.. twi 11 i it uuui
N- 40 leceic or m onti .
& FIRST CLASS LIYERY TURNOL
Hai a nd strain alwam
Your patronage coliciied.
Snulli Mn i r. -t Burnt-, OiegOli
Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
ur.W it'll irrimiTn n . v -.!.- W?
nun Aim AU.uiwm IIAI 21ALI2 yiTi
iv M.VNFr.Tinv with muv 1 n'w7T"'ft 7f
' wiiiii(iiwh iiiiii wniUU " A Mr L
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thV5" ;.?d Sfy'-TVn &
NOTIOK FOR I'UHLIOATION.
llurni, Oregon, Mkjt 0, 1010. 1
Nollfe la hereby nlven that lliurllatvol Ore
gon haa I leil lu llilaumrolta aiillratluii(Hurlal
rto. IJHJ.11) to mlcci, uuilur Ihu pniylaloin ol tht
Att i( Coiinrata, auproveil Auguit II, Ihih, anil
acta auiiuilatory thurelo, the
BJj BW Bao, n, T. ill H., It 'i K., W. M .
Any and all .uriom clalmlnv ailver.oly (hu
lau(ladcacrlbui,ur ilcalrluv lo nblect beiauae
ol the mineral character ol the laud, or lor
ally other reaaou, to the illajioaal to eiijillcaiit,
houlil (Ha their afllilavlta ol tiroteit lii thla
utllce. on or beloro the eiplratlou o the ,erlotl
Wm, Kiiim, Jlculiter
flrtt publication, May 14, 1910
I ml piihllpatlnn, June H. 11)10.
Ilurua l.lat No. IX. Venal No. 0I7M.
NOTICIC FOR I'UHLIOATION
u.ni rr.ii htai m i.anh ofkick, i
Ilurua, OrrKiiti, May un; 1010. (
Notliu la hereby uhrii that the Nurihern
I'm lib' Itallitny I'oiuiiany, whoio iKMlorhre
aiblra la Mt I'hiiI, Mlniivaola, haalliliSDth
'la ol May 11)10 HUM In thla orilru Ita a
i.lUailiiii toaulei I iimler the rovlilonao( the
ti'lol t.'ouiirca,aiiiriitcl July I, la'JK IHOHtat
SKU ol Hi:4 Hie 1H, NK, N4 and NKI nl
Kl'.Urieo WBl.ol HF'48ee. MbiicIHJJoI rlJ4
Herat lu Towiiahl,! !U Houth, Itaiiiie lis Ixit -t
auiHVi4olNI'.lif,e" I, httlinf KKViaml HU
ul Ml'.1, hvu V ami H), ol ,NF.;7 hue, iM In Town
lili i Kuuth, ItauiiH aialVKattof the Ull
laini'ltu l'rlnclal Meridian.
A'lynud all i'ranna vUIimIiih ailyortely the
lamK neierlbod.nr ilialrlnir to objoet berauae
ol th inlbi'tal rharacti'r ol the laud, or lor
mi) i.iher rCuKnii, to thodloaal In applicant,
khu'lln II lu their aDhlatlta u( liroteat In thla
ollkc, on or lielore the ICth duy ol July, I9IU.
WM. KiimK, Itt'elater.
tONTKHT NO. 1AI.
liNiTitiiHrATK I.anh otriric,
Kuril. Oritton, May 11, 1010.
A auillcleutioutialiitllilitvltlmylnKbeen riled
In thla ollliu by l'leiro llrliiiauil. rontratant.
aitalnat llonietlead Dlitry, No. 037 1 A, made
Oi'loberl, liKW. for Hi.NIVI. HI'.j.NW
HW'.. NC'i Hei thin II. Towuihlti Ul
ilaime M Kaal, Wllloiiioini Morldlau, by
C'lareute Troutwlru, t'ontetteii, lu wliloh
It la nlU'Ktiil that anld I lateliroTroulwIre hai
wiiuiiy niioiuioueii hii lauu lor more man
ill iiiiiiilha )t lmtt haa tieter aetlled or reald
edou on ultlvaled mine, mid purlin aru hereby
SIDNEY WILKES, 2:41
Siro Mnrvin Wilkes 2:12i who trotted il heats in one afternoon
in better than 2:09 nnd sold and shipped to Australia and is now
tho champion trotter and show horse of Australia. Marvin Wilk c
was tho greatest race colt of Ins day in California.
Dam, Kitty B. 2:2-lJ a stiko winner anil unbeaten as a two and
three year old. Sho by Sidney 2:193, grandsire of Lou Dillon 1:58J
Sidney Wilkes was very fast as a two year old and trotted h
milo barefooted at a 2:40 gait. Iist year with GO days work he
raced better than 2:-10 nnd is the fastest troting stallion in Harney
County nnd will take a low record this year.
IIo is n dark brown 1531 hands high weight 1200 lbs and a
model harness horse.
Will mako season 1910 at Fair Grounds, Burns, Oregon. For
Claude McGee, Burns, Oregon
The Standard Bred Stallion
ill stand season of 1910
BARN, Burns, Or
I'HOGKICSS, No. 1115U, Ib n imipocntiv bay Mainline M li unit liiult. fJ
In- I). aim. ItJIli. d.Jlu.u. iiu.iu.i ,m . . 1..1 . o.,.. ,,,7V. Tl
ifi V .,'..' r"" "J iiihu..iw74, n'r Jllllll "! Ufj 1 1 1111 UTil
I)inlutlUS:HU. 0 others III lo-a tliuit 2.10, mul 11 others borer than 2 .25. II
Uuniiilnl... l.. I.11 t'..1.l.l..t.. Itlrtn fl
Mviuviiiirui .ir( n'j muniuiii. 10114.
Ititrllli ! Illtlint liair rt Im..i..u.i a- II... ...-.I t tit 1. II . .t tt 1
"v V . iwmui "i iwJli,", 1- llll' IIMUIHT HI U CUilHUH 111 U)H 1191. R
L.inU, hor lpthiolt vuhhoIiIuh n urt'on pnror at flU.UOO. hi iis tlireoveara
aerms: $15,20, 25
CEO. D. HACEY, Burns, Orel
..ntllli.il lit .........I. ...... ...... u.ni iiir.. ..ulil....
HUttKV. ,U , ,'.V, , ,l'.lf,IM,M.. "Mill Vltu.ll,,
loiielilnir aald iilh'iriillun at 10 o'elock a. m. ou
June 'CI, lull), hulore the Ki'itlatar and llecely.
er at mo united Htutia l.uiul tllllce lu nurua,
'Ihutiild rontealaut huvlnic lu i roner alllda
vlt, Died Mity 1'J, I.UO. ret Forth lacta which
hoir thai alter duo dllllgem e tieraonal aervlce
ol thla notice cannot he niai'e, It la hereby or
dered and dlredcd that luch notlco bo nlvln
by due mid prujior iubllrailoii
Wm, 1'aiihk, Heiilaler,
NOTICE KOK I'UHLIOATION.
(Itolaled Tract )
UNITKIl hTTKa I.ANIl OfflCK I
JIiiiik, Oreiion, May 18, 11110.
N ul Ice la hereby ulveu thai, k directed by
IheCoiuirluloiier of thnlieiieral Laud Ofllce,
under the provlaloua of the Alt ol I'liimron
aiiiroved June 'H, Iwm l Mill , 617,1 e will
oiler et tmbllu aale lo the hliiheat blilder.it
10 o'l loi'V u. in., on the V7lh day of June, 1010.
atthl(oll(.e, Ihu lollowlntr ileiorlbed laud
W.NWU Hcc HI, Twp U.I Booth, llolige 91
itial, W, M (under ii'illrallonaiKoll).
Any I'uraim elaluiiuff adveraely tho above,
itiaerlhed Inula nio udylted lo llle their
daluia or ohjeetloua uu or belorti tho tluir
deiltfiiateit fur aale
Wm. Hahihc, iteeliter.
FitiNK invar, Itccelver.
E. B. REED & SON
Complete line of
Fancy &l Staple Groceries
ICE CREAM SEASON
Wo wish to announce to the public that wc will
soon have an Ice Cream Manufacturing Plant lu
operation ami prepared to furnish It In any quant
ity on short notice to families or entertainments.
WE STILL TAKE ORDERS FOR
TAILOR MADE CLOTHING
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TRIAL RtCORD 2:11 i-4
Slronf Night of Stratlimoro 3:11 :,-!; Murk Night J 10'4
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2:0lH4-, lIuiiEultn 2:00 3--I, Uiwolla S:07A, 1'ilotun 2.07'4, Colburt
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2:O0H, Cnrncllii Hello 2:10 ami llll nthora nitli riconl Mow 2:y0.
Dam! Miss Kotn 3:03 :il, Dam of I.ofliu Alien 2:15t4. l'hobe Thrrn
2:28, Miss Aurvlia 2:m4, Allco V. Ul 2:21 -l it ,. Alum S,-bley
with n tuc-j u:r-olil rccorp ol 2:21) :i-l.
Oiinaril In by (ioo. Wilkes MIsh llolu ny J. .1. Autlulion, tiro of
Audaboii Hoy 1 :filH4-. J. J. Atulalioii ii by Alovnno ho b 'Geo
I havo ciiotinh iitarou booked to wnrrniit Hie keeping of Twollth
Night at homo ami will Mnml him ut f Inn iiiiau. Oret'ii for tho mmvoii
of 1010. Feo 30 with return prhiloKOH II inure prut-en not III foal,
maroM pastnroil ami eareil for freo of ehnree lor pirtlmlnrR ttrito
H. DENMAN, Harriman, Oregon
WRITE FOR SPECIAL CATALOG AND PRICES
THE A.H.AVERILL MACHINERY CO.
SPOKANE, WASH,-PORTLAND, ORE.- SAN JOSE CAL
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We ivant to tliarik iou for uour pent patronage. Wc
believe ijou will find it to your interest to hade with
us in the future. Our stock is complete and our
DRUGS arc the bent. Wc will not handle any other
kind and our prices arc right.
Wc have the best line of
Cigars, Candies, Post Cards and Stationery
In the city. Agents for
DR. SIIOOP'S FAMILY MEDICINES and SIXUKIIY STOCK REMEDIES
We Solicit yeur Prescription work
The City Drug Store
REED BROS., Proprietors
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