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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1911)
FAIR WEEK SPECIAL SALES
We are going to have SPECIAL SALES all during
FAIR WEEK. Watch our space in The Times
Herald Daily each evening for the announcement
of the following day. You will be interested
Handkerchiefs, Soxs, Mufflers, Belts Jewelery
Reduced for Tomorrow Only
Everything to Wear for People Who Care.
SCHENK & WILLIAM
Merchant Tailors and Outfitters
Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg
CLEANING AND PRESSING
AN IDEAL AUTO TRIP
.MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1911
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barker ar
rived in this city this morning in
a Reo solid tiro truck en l-outo to
their homo in Coos Bay. They
left Strathnm, Now Hampshire
on August 10 and arc making the
trip the entire distance in the ma
chine. It is comfortably ar
ranged with all the necessaries
and they are enjoying the exper
ience immensely. So fnr the machine-
has caused them very little
trouble or expense in repairs.
This is an ideal way of travel
ing when one has the time to
spend a summer in this manner j
and gives an opportunity to viow
the country and stop at suchj
places of interest as suits the, M
it BURNS Ml KITCHEN i
The Times-Herald is certainly
pleased by the complimentary re
marks of the neat appearance of
its daily issue. It's quite a job
but if it helps we're satisfied.
Highest Grade Chocolates & Confections
SAUK KRAUT CANDY A SPECIALTY
Cigars, Pipes, Ar( Post Cards, Novelies, Iilc.
ICIi CREAM, ICIi CREAM CONES, ORANGEADE, LEMONADE, SODA TOP
PEANUTS and POPCORN
Corner south Lunaburg, Dalton & Co.
Also at the Stand
Under Grand Stand at Fair Grounds f
j Mrs. Mary A. Caldwell died at
1 the home 6f her son. Lee Cald-
I well in this city yesterday even-
M-in.K.r ung at o o ciock alter a lingering
illness. She had been suifering
from diabetes, for a long time and
her condition had been serious.
Her death was not unexpected
has cast a gloom over a
There were only two pens of
pigs on exhibition, there ought to
be a dozen, with a fine crowincr
country and our natural advan-' DUt it
tages we ought to supply the pork wide cil'cl oi Pineer friends
for the whole state. ' w'tn whom she had been closely
' associated for many years.
We think that the farmers are , Deceased was born in Welling
right in raising good horses. It'ton' Yma in 1830 and was
costs no more to raise those of'rned to C.M Caldwell now
good quality than poor ones, then "i " fl"?un.,n. -you
have something that is suita- Th?J' mve? to California in I8o2
ble for your own use, or to com- ?"d to Western Oregon six years
mand good prices in the markets. ?,r' The family came to Harney
Valley in 1879 where she had
, , ., . . ' smce resided. She was a most
The cattle exhibit is not so large estimable lad y honored by a wide
as it ought to be. Undoubtedly circie of friends. She had a
our citizens are so used to seeing prominent part in the early his
the good ones they raise they t0ry of this county and was of
think it not worth while to bring the pioneer stock that counts,
them to the fair, but that is Her generous hospitality placed
where they are wrong. An hon- ' a her acquaintances under deep
est exchange of ideas is always obligations that have never been
beneficial to any country. The forgotten.
bunch of Herfords from the P "Grandma" Caldwell, as she
ranch are finest quality. was familiarly known, will bej
missed .and while her suffering is I
When one attends these Devel- at an end it is nevertheless hard J
opment league meetings, rubs up to realize that the cheerful and I
against a lot of good, solid, earn- companio'nable woman is taken
est, substantial fellows who have from us. i
no personal "axe to grind" he She was the mother of five1
finds there's something more children, four of whom survive
than "hot air" about them, her: Henry Caldwell, of Lake
These meetings are doing more to county; John Caldwell, of Waits
bring attention and develop this burg, Washington.; Lee and Mrs.
big interior territory than any M. II. Brenton of this city. One
other factor. And one of the daughter, Mrs. Almeda Stenger
greatest helps to, this is the active White, died last year. Themis-co-operation
of the railroads in band died several years ago.
the movement. ' The funeral services will be
i conducted by ltev. C. C. Bab-
When anyone says that Harney , bidge of the Presbyterian church
county can't raise fruit they at tne family residence tomorrow
should visit the pavillion and see at 10 o'clock.
The Brick Corner
JOE LINDGR, Prop.
Corner South of the Post Office
FINEST LIQUOKS AND
THE BUST 01- ClflARS.
Best custom invited and accom-1
THE CITY DRUG STORE
Fancv Candies, Meerschaum and
French Brier Pipes, Cigars and Gen
eral Line of Smokers Articles.
REED BROS, Proprietors
I Go To The White
j Front Livery Stable
j'NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
:!S,--0,iZi0S,!S::, Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
I'irst door south of French Hotel
BLUE KlllllON IlEiliR
KUY WI-ST dlOAKS
BI-ST TKADR SOLICITED
J. W. CIMWTOUI).
R. .1. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
:Joh 3riutii!s--3:fic timcs3iciala.
AH aboard for the fairgrounds.
the different varieties. This fruit
is on a par with the fruit of any
of our noted fruit raising valleys
and raised too in many cases
without much care and in an un
scientific manner, When we get
our experiment station showing
us how to do it the fruit crop OUR liRliAT HIM INSlTIUTION
here ought to be good, especially
apples. Denver has a world's1
name for good apples and she is
more than 1000 feet higher than
we are.' Our climate and landsf
are equal, why can't we have a
great name for Oregon's first
fruit the .big redapple". ?
DURING THE WEEK
If yov have leisure call and
take a good look at
BROWN'S SATISFACTORY STORE
You will be pleased
and so will
01 all old liii.' compaulit ur
gaolied, IW In oil. lncc 1905
OREGON LIFE lias and
HOLD THE LEAD
G. C. GQQLGSTON