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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1911)
Burns Flour Milling Co.
Makers of the
'Famous Burns Flour
"CREMO" BREAKFAST FOOD
Always for the development
of Central Oregon and Har
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DISPLAY OF 1IAKNEY COUNTY FKl'IT.
(10 WAY PROM IIOMI" TO (1IT NIWS
TJio following appears in tho
Vnl "Enterprise that arrived liore
last night. Tho Times Ileiald
is informed by tho local school
board that there has been no con
tract lot for our school buildinjf :
Contractors Jlnyles & McDon
ald, of this city, wore the suc
cessful bidders for tho construc
tion of tho new hchool building to
bo elected at Hums. Their bid
was $27,800. The building is to
bo completed by September 1,
1912, and Messrs. Hayles and Mc
Donald nnd a number of local
carpenters will leave for Hums
in a few days to take up their
work. There were twelve bid
ders. The Hums school will be
two stories and a full basement.
Tho basement will contain the
manual training nnd domestic
science departments, girls and
boys' lunch rooms, toilets for
girls and boys nnd the gymnasi
um which will bo 40x70 feet and
20 feet high.
The first floor will have four
grade rooms, and the upper part
of tho gymnasium.
Tho second floor will have four
grade rooms, principal's oflice,
teachers' room, library and the
assembly hall which will bo10x70
feet in size.
Arthur Elliott of Ontario js tho
architect in charge, and tho stylo
of architecture is straight modern
composite. The building will bo
of brick and stone construction.
It will bo heated by furnace. It
will bo mechanically ventilated
on tho basis of 30 cubic feet of
fresh air per ininuto per pupil.
There aro 400 children of school
ago enumerated in Hums, and
seven teachers. Hums is a towit
of 1200 people, is the county seat
of Harney county, and is the
center of a larire airricultural and
hiock raising section ui uiumui
Nc w clothing for mi n and boys
at Brow 'iV :- itisfaetory Store.
Martin Huck and bride are in
I the city.
I The electric lights were much
better last night.
I Fresh Cnndies at the Burns
1 Miss Mary Croxton is the guest
of Mrs. W. Y. King.
J. E. Sizemore came over from
his ranch last evening to take in
Come to the Burns hotel and
get fcomo coffee like your mother.
used to make.
TlieToastmaster, Dr. Marader,
told why we would get a raihoad.
He's not guessing either.
OUH NEW FALL STOCK OF,
,DRY GOODS IS HERE. THE
BUSY CORNER STORE.
.Mrs. Maggie Hilton, Miss Ras
nuissen and Miss O'Neil aro fair'
1 Phil Bates had a crowded house,
at his illustrated good roads lec
ture at the Ugo last evening. j
Mrs. Millnr has a fine lot of)
fall and winter millinery on di?
play which the ladies should call
and sco at once.
Parents should teach their chil
dren not to "swipe" fruit from
the display boxes and plates at
the pavillion. Those in ehnrgo
yesterday had considerable troub
le and lost borne fruit.
I lilril door c U side His.sner llulhllnj;
J. I.. bTOV, Proprietor
LtinUicw, short order, pies, bread,
calves, etc. etc.
FAAlll V TRADE SOLICITED.
Burns IVIeaf IVIarkef
H. J. HANSEN, Proprietor
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton,
Sausage, Bologna, Liver,
nnd everything in a first class Moat Markiet in
Wholesale and Retail .
Prompt and Satisfactory Service
During Fair Week.
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THIS u the dca!
ihoe for f solid
comfort ind splendid .
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ii i nam uic uioiccu maicnau.
Tho best shoo at tho price,
possihla to make It has jilenty
o( too room villi a iomuion?.
tenso heel. t Gilclie Gnnicol
tnhocs uro Bcientillcnlly mnde.V
IThey lit all ou-r.x Tho Instep U
'cut jut right nnd tho arch ef:
tho toot is comiortauly support-!)
cd.'JTIio uppers, linings, Insoles,1
thollxt(that money, will buy.'
nnd they' romndons carefully nnd
throughly ns money nntl brain9
'flioes hao iv?tvlo for every uso
and n shnpo for every foot.
2 Fair Week Specials 2
I M ana n slinpoior every loot.
j JAiEh .MI,.I I
Three Kinds The Very Best
Guarantee to Save You Money
The Most Complete Assort
tnent Ever Brought to The City
G. W. CLEVENCER, The Fur cure Man
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I WANT, YOU WANT, THEY WANT-Possessive case
WE HAVE IT
When you want a thing you want it. Listen: We have studied the wants
of the people for more than thirty years; our long experience lias qualified
us to the extent thai we know what the people want, and keep it on hand
when they want It. If you want any more come to the
BURNS DEPARTflENT STORE
j3l.i3.3. g;et "wixevt vou ovant
J. C. WELCOME &
i .Manufacturers aud de.il. r in
ij Harness and Saddlery
fi Latest Designs in Indian Robes
j) Silver Inlnid
8 BITS and SPURS
The WELCOME Pharmacy
The Place to buy CANDY
The Place to buy CIGARS
The Place to buy PERFUMES
The Place to Get What You Pay For
The Place to Pay For What You Get
The Place you Can't Afford to Overlook
J. C. WELCOME, Jr. Proprietor