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title: 'The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, September 22, 1906, Image 3',
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ikt 1'ini'iii.ATKiN or '
apkr in this, ooimrr.
Ilnring nt Rrowua.
lality Shoes nt Browns.
rotor WBS among
Inn thfl wppk
BSjBBJkm!'' iti tin'
r (See J. C I urney.
layrs Mini wile were up
I.hwimi liuinr Sunday. ,
-An almost new hnet-
niiiire of I. 8ohwaftr.
ftdern available in all the
!!,' pi ii slecitie. Harney Coun-
tvedgc and lami'y are
ik visit to relatives and
Hdi premiums we are giv
ing away I
faromrp are all busy with
their tldBhing and the yield in
fully j; to expectations.
Hivril nt Mrs Has ties', h
i .-'.iitif)Biiie of Pattern Hats cap
?-H'ii'i,.pluii.ei-, etc. Call and fee
Mn 0. W, OolliitR, ol Chicago,
lia" olnxl her husband here. The
lady BB Incated a fine
0 ftniH m ill. market for
all Bit'h'. horae hair and i "
ote akin lie wnnl all of them
S'i r?0B FOR PUBLICATION
Bl rSINESS GROWTH OF THE
First National Bank of Burns
UNITED STATES DY POSITARY
Statements to the Government since commencement of Baseness Jone Kith, 103.
July inth, 1008 4,47.4S
Feb 8th. 1903 $95,303.40
Jan 22nd, 1904 $117,:?.'
Jan. nth, 190S $126,779.72
Jan. 2.th, 1906 $143.3N4 71
April 6th. 1006 1S4,81 I
.Ium Iftth. 1906 tl91,:.0 M
September 4th, 1906 $219,05392
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SOTH I KOR
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1 I mm, Ret"r
We art going to continue to share our profits
with you by giving away absolutely free a
LARGE STEEL BORN RANGE.
ROGERS BROS. CELEBRATED SILVERWARE.
known the world over as the best silverware made.
QUAD UPLE SILVER PLATED WARE,
Your choice of a full Assortment.
The latest thi.lg in ladies coats
W. E. Burke has gone to Port
land on husineaa.
We carry all the well known and
standard brands of Merchandise
Henderson Elliott was up from
attention to lNrrnw oou,,e of day th,B
If you want to sell your ranch or
farm see Archie McOowan the land
man nt mire
May gimii prices.
prepiiied to giant every
I ar.i'ommndatinn con
ith conservative bunking.
M iDjjjr Mace brought sums fine
Ho" of llage plums tu
Thursday afleri nun
raised mi his place on
and tlir crop wn- most
A. O. I.alindie and family are
among the late arrivala in this ftcr
hon. Dr W C. Brown, Dentiat. Oflie
in the now atone building north of
the Post Office,
lfyouwiah to lie located on a
timber I vt homestead, see F. M Jordan.
. have sent In order to have
the present beautiful weather con
tinue until after the fair
Frnnk Hiler informs ua he will
leave in a short time for a visit with
tunned, Ik" in Washington.
"C random" Haves is now living
in this oity with her grandaughters
the Misses Rffle and Julia Hill.
School tablets cheap at Mr
Ilatlie Hustle's Also pena elate
and lead pennils call and see her
Orain sacks at the Busy Corner
Harry Cary was a business viei
tor during the week.
Brown'e are giving away some
Hob Bixhy was oyer from Buck
Creek during the week.
It H. Brown and Henry Hamil
ton are over from Diamond.
Siierifl Richardson is home from
Portland where he had been attend
ing a convention of the sheriffs of
the various counties of this state
M II Brent. in is home from an
See my line of ladies'
In '" fcaos .1
lor ins Mte. I
II- 1 . v' wilt .Ma l.ipl.nr
'fit. . n, ...n n.l .lllma-
'i..ii .ii. aitM iaii.i ir tfeaejai Itaaaaj
'. k... (Mores w 1 kieirti l
1 . all ..I linn., it. k,,o
H 1 r.tss, KetUter
S. L. Campbell is here from
Our goods are of the most h
ble quality. Browne.
Hall Turner it over from l
Happy valley home
Lard pails '. and 10 lb sine
wanted at the City Meal Market
Otia Patterson and t 0 lliirk
man were in the city Ti
Incle" Charles Andereon. who
has oeen an aerinualy ill. is now on
NOTIC1 FOM l'i IU.ICATION
t niimi rTrs 1 AKpnri
v.. II. In hsr. bt (TI
ll.K allpwi li.f-ro.
r upna Bill 1 ..Itltal.i.n
w 1 .... Rniii.1.
I. nil.. I I ,i,l. A, I .In-
trm 1 rOI POBLICATIOM
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ll thai IS ii.ii.,ii .
extended outing in the mountains I the improve.
and resemble a griiley bear some
what with his full crop of whiskers.
Rev A I Minaker is him
Calamity where he had beei
Mih Bertha Williams took her ing religious meeting for nmMime.
lh (irade Kxnminalion I
eighth grail' exumiiintioii.
riuclpul's room, Burns pull-
bolldiu?. Sept .27ud2H.
desiring tu lake the fall ex-
aininali.ii if n ipiesli d In he present
M. K Un.in,
MrsrC. K. Campbell, of Paialey,
u tr "ii viait to her partmla,
Mr. liul Mr. Tims WingfieM
The la" 1 me upon learning that
brB.h r was ipiile ill There
MM to lie u alight improement
in Bcoiiditinii. We tire glad to
departure yesterday morning for
Portland where she will enter the
: academy for the coming school
The building committee of the
PreaLyterian church haye given
order for lumber the addition to
jibe church The work will begin
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.-K.r..m .-... U.r w.. --" .. , l..Li-
retum- rn"'"f '"'" l",-,, -'
l,ook Out Oet the safelv Incu
bator, now it runs without 1 I imp
See W. T. Smith about it I urn
W I). Huffman will have 300
he"ad of thoroughbred ram here
lh,. first of next nio ith let ln
.,1 Bank at Honk If you oonaMor
a 1 MaM t, 1
smith, ol Hum.
1, .,, .,, ,ig,..i
-I '.. f .lli,ll
1 .. it, .1 llir Inn,!
Ill, rtrfltli-i miil
, label lU.
A Hmllli. ll.,l
, lalmliK iti. r.rl, II,,'
ll, I. mn- r. ,,ifHl, .1 In fl lr
1. in r .. ..1,1 n.l
". I imi H'tuii-i
RR. ( oilir.liie 1 mil. ovi 1 ti
H Wagiiulire slink ruin-h Wi aV
HHr with the ifii-uli.iii bus
ing aeveral head ! yeHrling sletim.
Hailiiil the prices hlghei ihuu
he bit sale in paying Mfl
raiieaml little 1.011. who have been
HLg home lolks it t l.awen, join-
August Miller is again over from
hit. Calamity home, having brought
over his little daughter, to attend
Let Caldwell haa again opened
ih. Windsor Bar to the public and
invites his old time patrons and
friend to call. Draft heer I oent
A. R. Porter, of Sherman county,
arrived here thia week to take up
his residence upon the ranch he
located laat spring He and his
brother Oeorge, with the latter,
family have gone out to the place.
Mr. J H. Krlie Representative
ilers Piano House. Portland
Ore. arrive in Bums Mr. Krbe :
come highly reoom mended a an
. pert tuner, any one wishing their
piano tuned leave orders
very busy at hi desk since
ing from Portland where he was
called as a witness 111 the land
Putties are hcrei'V ni.Utnil to re
frain from trespassing upon my
farm north ( Burns I shall pros-
.iit.iiii pr -mi found lrepaiug
ii,. Stan i ikt.
Right Rev f 0.0 Rdkj "f Ba
ker Citv. Bishop ol this Catholic
Dmues, will hold servioea in the
Catholic Church tomorrow morning
at in o'clock
iiecti.ins call or write
Q Calkin- r. turned frmn tl
railr isil IBM we. k where he hs,l
taken a laige consignment
He ii. going back ilium Ii it' I with
another load n lai
Mr Hattie Haatie haa mowil h 1
atnek of Millinerv and Hotkmt
ll.e builtling jus! eal ol tbt Wk
sor and is preisretl to Inn in ll.e
latest stles Call kihI see ,e'
A I. .Mai'kiiitosh. lb. r.iulii. 1
., ,. . . ., ,, ..... stockman. I t Ii'-.. ,.ser I. 1 - v. 1
Williams and r L. Dibble
j day during trie wee lie whs si
puttied by Ins sister, Mi .nan.
MOTK 1 1 "i; l'i m.lliAl Ion
ITI 1 S"HI. I
. (.mi AiiKtmt 1, . M
n.i . .1
lh. s,. rftftlM an le maUhcd for year tucomc. Sttirt in by Kttinp; six cup
and saucers and six plaii's and keep 00 'till you get complete Dinner Set.
Our Stock of Merchandisi
Is the largest and most complete In Harney County.
ou can't get better prices than the best, try as you
may. We will save you money on your Winter Goods
Trade uuith us and ask for our Trading Stamp.
The Satisfactory Store.
Ttnlwr I .n.l A. I Jus 3 1ST,
R0TI0I I"R IM'lil It l i
I miii. i n. I .si.nrii.
ll, ,i. ,,r- (. ii ,l. .... I
.l I Id
m ... .i all
were in eilnesday arcompaii
by their fauiiliea. They were over
us witnesscH lii the timber land
proof of (). W (.oiling.
i srrol Cecil spent it day or two
in the city during the week Hi
says "(iraiidma" will te on hand
for the race .luring fair week if
who has been the guest of MlM
Pauline IM'her Mr. Mackintosh
recently relumed from a lupin
Chicago win n ii. tonka large ship
went of sheep which If I
if at a good figure
Mrs I I N.well is up from In r
Dog Mountain home She ami her
eon are up In get a load of aeed
. il Hill n 'iB
M I ...I H.' (later
tillt I rOI l'i IH.ICATIDN
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i wia at
I ... itiagua
w a I .sat lUd.lsi.
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LIVERY, FEED AND SALI
McGEE & SMITH, Propts.
We took charge of I hi barn oa May I and have equipped it
entirely with new rig and fresh, well gaiied titmi We are in
a poaillon to actfommiHlaie the public In every particular with
fnrlable conveyaneea and spirited teams The Red Front
is centrally located and convenient to the leading hotels of the
All slock Uft in our care receive our personal attentMak
Horses boarded l.y the day, week or moi
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I l,al thai sin ,H.i c.s.l( la (h. .lot
la .u.l.l ... ..,. I", it.
I,, .t.,., sue iMeMyer wb
,.i, ..i .ua tie Tsa.t. ,. ess
2a s(0sTar, isat.
fbl ... a. in.raara I.
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Reserved for the
E. A. Frasek, Manager.
Rl ll.llainl ami family arrived
l.iuui Mi. inlay from the railroad.
Hollauil was one of the r,pi.-
ktives of llllr HtfUlitin ut the lr
Ion Ctingreaa at Inn-. II
The Times-Herald force feaited
on roasting ear the other day from
the garden of C. ii. Smith. Chip
ill rcium home evidently think we know eome-
liing mean about him and dm. t
want it published We are bought
off if he never bring any more
corn, fur it was good.
R M Brerelon and M S. Dudley
at The the mining expert, have returned . wheat which will lie sown tins
from an examination of the Pueblo month They have had Boouerful
milling district, aud have gone on aucoe with iMatl larming II
to Muril.r. r ' Creek.
a.-. I. ,f.
ia.ua Ir.sl . .
Ilwlisi li.'l. '' lull.
MUK I KoRPI lil.h ,V1IN
The regular annual Lecture of
Flrl Church of Chrit Scientist of
lie only Harney county cttixen Bums, Or. will be delivered Sun
let Vioe President Fairbanks. .N Oct. N, at 2:30 P M at
topped long enough to express I.oolier's hall by Clarenoe C. Eaton
grata of the manager of tr.is j of Tacoma, Waehington member of
the Christian Science Board of
U.i 1 1 Dibbl. and wife and T N.
Balfour accompanied Mis Maude
Mm ii c in from the Silver I
sect inn Tueaday and ussisted the
latter in making prool on her tim
on and have been umg aster
melon- and musk melons l..r 0Vf
three week. The Newell family
expect to leave the rirat ol il
month for Wallowa county
laud l.uvfllim leal blali fer Sale
Lass Serif SMgtl as. bM.
Ill ti S tlKKi.tiN
religious weekly who was de
en route ami could not reach
in tlm I he vioe president
much disappointed at not
Juliau George and hi mulher
were iu fiom the ranch to consult a
phvsiciat. Mr George was suf
fering from a swelling in the head,
but the doctor found BM I ondilion
W i: Parker and wife
Lecturship of the flrat Church of ,urilr(, ,, . uftr HieI1IlK ..veral
Cliiist Sciential in boston All an
cordially invited to attend tins
Married Tuesday evei.u.,
IU, at the home of tbe b
mother, Mrs Borland, ou the Island,
Win ! Huituiaiiu end M.ss Mary
Swarlt.ul Rev A.J Irwin .1 the
First Presbyterian church uf ibis
citv offifialiurf Mr Hull..
one of Harne, county's ptoaoerotM
I . . . J . ... .A..
have re- r"cu"S at Anurews, aim im dihc
is a sister of Miss Julia I.,
of tbe popular leucheis ol oul p tblM
school. Only the immedi.'. " la
lives and a friend of the ou
days beie the guests of Byrjn Ter
rill ami wit Mrs I'arker was
hr under the care of a lihvsiciau
but has almost fully recovered her ' K Prl'" '"'" 'd
4The Busy Corner Store"
The Parting of the Ways
Summer Ungtri un and Fa" mailing in the dis
tance bid- .her begont! And in ttw store the new
fall styles will s-jon be frowning upon the sum
mer stuffs as if tlv-y eVefn occupying U eir places
ti o long Wc too teel heanily in accord with the
new goods idea and have priced every article
of summer merchandise so low that it is fair
ly in disgrace. However, you'll find among
them many attractive exhibits and the values are
so great that we are jure you'll help them to leave
a place where ihey are no longer welcome
If its a bargain you are seeking be sure and call.
Mr. aud Mrs HuMu.si, i, . .-g'.i.e
to their home at Andrews We ex-
T. R. and Ceo Hibbard, uncles of lei,d best wishes
l)r Hibiiard, took their .l.i.rtiir.
end in your mail orders- -they will
receive our best attention.
STiiPLE -A-HSrHD STilFI-E
Sunday for Hilvertou after several
weeks' outing in this section. This
is the third trip these gentlemen
have u.ade into this section and
they have made many Irinnds dur
ing their stay among us
i.e. ige Hill met witii quite a
serious accident Thursday by being
pulled oft' a high hay slack by the
net He ...is thrown . ! II of the
sla k aud fell a distance nf f feet
ou bis bast "' shoulders causing
quite severe hemorrhage of tbe
lung- The accident' h.ippened at
Diamond and l.e was brought here
to Dr Marstl.-ii wbo reports uo
bones broken and the patient rest
ing very well
J. E Wallace arrived here Wed
nesday evening from his home iu
Omaha and will spend a month in
this section rusticating and hunt
ing He will leave in a day or
two for the Stein Mountain section
iu company witu Messrs Kasuic
and Mckinney The party will be
joined later by Dr. Hibbard Mr.
Wallace is the taxidermist wbo
mounted the line collection of birds
ami animals al the fair grounds
that ha been so much admired and
brought Harney couotv into fame
NOTICE FOR IM ltl.ll ANON
SulKr Is ht rb)r
UaMtvd artt . i Lu
t.. ma & ' P.ual prowl
thai a,. prowl sfU
Ut . 1 t.
. -v fc
lb". Xl IS
l lot. II. I.
ha les Mi ou I i.e. i it tw well
is. iulm .
IARMIR & SHAW
HvHblUI aMi HI M HI
Cive the ayiaHS dee ei seas-
(acMJa because ft bis) rssM.
Style. Jmm. mi saWt k m
Sj Duel pay lor a mS el oar Ltwii
uelss you ar nlirtff nUeked
f Ask to mm ei our $lt
Mercl.ant Tailor, Chicago
oaotuts I am N ANO
SAMTI I s SHOWN BY
HANKY, PKNWlf'K A JA( KS()N.
m (iOODS, 1 1 KMSMIMiS. SM0F.S, HATS AND
I I. (I.I 1ST
. Ua Hie
a. , ul hufu
notii i. ron
(lMilsis'1 Tract .
Hull.. (I l
Uekest Ideas in
ijq To Wear Ganneots
I i ii. great, 'l ami linmo iii .v.intrv .
He ess samples
IS. UUS. llim Bsras. (kefaa Job punting
I M. vil III. MM. I .OB
I..I..I, IsrtgaUftft u.l ti.u.ral Muneyleg
v l, I -, i an.
Mas. hi. iuri.1 lifalling
l . Utli
Mull., ui l-t
Fruit, Vefi-etablos, Soft Drinks, Ol
tionery, Giaro and Tobacco.
tDelo r.. lurni, Ote
CO TO THE
CITY MEAT MARKET
for Clean, Wholesome Meats
, . , i w r ,s
ill) p. lai. U a . 11U.11I(
1 alel. (i. .!.
LIUU. Ul. nl I.
W H I SS. .
III, -. 1
at.'isg aad cut Ileal
I ijj ureinil lbs i
Ungliur liuu. is , Walur.l SImJ .llaliileet.
poeed t.i in .! siel
NOTICK KoR l'i ULlCA'lHiN
VEALi, BEEF. PORK AND V!UTTON
hi uuartef ml bt-U. ittli,reJ iiing I c'ir-ttt M
I ii .lis Aam utteHsu ulivce nt bulk
o rn(Hrtluu siud
ol .til Und, ilisduiftU SBBBB
Gee, Oeoic H rmitii .iui..,n
Wat l AUKK. kojiU.r
Sold at 1 0 per cent Margin.
during tlie iiiium
A. E. YOUNG.
I all ,iiib Ii. -p
1 1, livery wg
h1 aud uricva
tu all csuip during liie
Burns Flouring Mm
JOB STUaTBVAfeT. Propt.
MODERN mm MILL PROCESS IS II!
h'ully eti4tiird in tvtry particular and n
Aiijjii ifnt Kiutcitu tu supply th4 atfaiaaaj
j or a radius lOo mil in bread ntujfiA
j FLOUR, ROLLED BARLEY, CHOP,
All Kills ei lill Feo. always 01 Hans'
IHl VUY MlilbT lAMkhl ma PilM Hrfi 00S MLU1M
CUSTOM WORK DOME
I Ccod Seed Wheat for 8