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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1901)
SATURDAY. JUNI 2?. 1901.
past few years, all will feel better
to learn that a call has been made
' by the treasurer for all county
warrants registered prior to June
14, 19OI. It will come easier
is furnished free. Stationery, rub
ber stamp, ink and pad, advertis
ing matter, sample copies, etc.
Papers are shipped to be paid for !
at the end of each month. .Those'
not sold are nut charged for Write
to Grit Publishing Co.. Williams-1
port Pa., and mention T he T ines -
H erald .
Machinery Wagons Shelf Hardware Dry Go°^’
Boots Shoes Hats Caps Groceries Oils Faints 1 atent Je4-
Cannonading to produce rain
A western editor said that sil
icines Extracts Etc.
has been tried in the semi-arid ver buckles on garters were be-
A Great Newspaper.
Farmer’s and Stockmen’s Supplies are Specialties
sections of the West until those in I coming fashionable and that ib*
charge of the experiments have 1 hoped “to see more of them.”
Special Prices On Large Cash. Orders.
Depart for TIM«: M-HEI»ri.»>
Fratu MantimrtoB Of»
The Sunday edition of the St.
been convinced that there is noth His wife sued for a divorce, and
ing in it. Prof. Willis Moore, of the only woman in town who had Louis Republic is a marvel of Chiesgo- Salt Lake,Denver, Ft.
Worth, Om.ba, Kan-
the Weather Bureau says: “The silver buckles on her garterscow- modern newspaper enterprise. I Fortl nd .aa City, St- Louis,
great process going on in the at hided the editor until he was as The orginization of its news ser- 12:35 Cbieago and East.
I vices is world-wide, complete in I a. œ
mosphere are conducted on too raw as a potato.
¡every department; in tact, superi-
large a scale to warrant any man
Atlantic Salt Lake.Dtnver.Ft,
I or to that of any other newspaper. | Exprrse
Worth, Omaha. Kan 3:35
or nation to attempt to control
If everyone will do their best
The magazine section is illus- > 2:10 sas City, St. Louis p IE.
them. The energy expended by to make the Fourth of July cele
Chicago and Fast.
nature in the production of a hail bration a success we will have a trated in daintily tinted colors and
storm, a tornado, or a rainstorm , grand time. Don’t go at it in a ’ splendid half-tone pictures. This St. Falli Walla Walla, Lewis
exceeds the combined energy of half hearted manner. Give our | section contains more high-class , EatM.il ton. Spokane, Minne 12:35
1 45 apolis, St. Faul, Du a. in.
The mill is sitnated in one of the finest badtcB of Fine and Fir timber ii.
all the steam engines and explo neighbors in this section of the literary matter than any of the |
1 luth Milwaukee, Chi
Eastern Oregon. The proprietors have spared no expense to put the road in
sives in the world. It is useless country the best time of their
cago and East.
: illustrated in natural colors are |
good condition. Al) special orders receive prompt attention
for mankind to combat nature on | lives.
An excellent quality'uf all kinds of lumber always on hand. For fur-
especially valuable to the ladies. oC’EAN and RIVER SCHEDULE
this scale.” Explosives are being
call on or address
used in France, however, and
Vol. i No. 3 of the Pacific genuine laugh-maker. The funny
KING & SAYER, Proprietors, Burns, Oregon.
horticulturists over there are of
All sailing dates sub
i Miner, a journal devoted to min- I cartoons are by the best artists.
the opinion that they do much
ject to change.
| ing, reached our table this week. The humorous stories are high 8pm For San Francisco 4 p. m.
It claims to be the only periodical class, by authors of national rep
every 5 days.
j in Oregon devoted exclvsively to utation.
1 p. m.
• 8 p. tn
The date for the second annual the treasures of the earth.
Sheet music, a high-class, pop 1 Ex Sun. To Astoria and Way- Except
Harney county fair has been set
C. M. KELLOGG, Propt.
ular song, is furnished free every Saturd’y
for the week begining Septem
10 p. m.
Some of the grain crops in this Sunday in the Republic.
Leaves Burns daily for Ontario at 6:30 a tn Single fare $10, round trip $19
ber 16 and ending September 21,
Through freight 3 cents per pound over 50 pounds;' under 50 pounds graduat
section that were so badly knock
Oregon City, New
ed out by the recent frost are re public by mail one year is $2.00. 6 a. ni berg, Salem and Way 4:30 p m ed rate card.
have been added which will make
covering and it is thought that a For sale by all news dealers.
L. ares Burns for Canyon City Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 5 a n>.
it more popular this year than
very good yield will be realized
Single fare $7 00 round trip $13. Through freight 2 cents per pound; under
last. We are authorized to say
3:30 p tn
1 7 am.
50 pounds graduated rate card.
that the premiums on farm pro
Teu-day Oregon City, Dayton Monday
L, WOLDENBERG Jr
p O addrisj, Burns, Ore
Tuhrd'y and Way-Landings Wed, &
duce and stock will be larger
1 & Sat.
Agent at Burns
Office at postoffice
than last year and those particu
1 6 a. m
4:30 p tn 1
lar industries will he the main “Platt Amendment,” not, perhaps,
Our new book entitled “ 40 M oney (Tuesday Portland Corvallis Tuesday i
features. 'Dye business men of because they wanted to but be-
M aking I deas '' ia worth its weizht in Thurs & and Way Landings. Thurs & .
Burns certainly see the benefit of cause they couldn’t help it.
gold to every man who wants to start a
this annual fair and there is no
legitimate, puving mail order tusiness.
Paragraphs With Polio.
doubt that all will respond liberal
SHELLEY & FOLEY Proprietors,
It tells you what to do and how to do
ly toward making it a greater
Send us 50c today 1:20 a m ltiparia to Lewiston. 3:30 a m
The Georgia watermelon is and we will eend you the book, and a Daily.
success than ever. It depend s on
the energy and interest of our about to make the people forget valuable monthly joarnal one year free
A. N. H oar ,
Shop opposite old Brewery
the race problem and all other C kntury P ublishing C o ., B ox 73,
All work done with neat.vesa and dispatch.
H eron L ake , M inn .
A. L. CRAIG,
The Tennessee moonshiners
The wool growers of the in
A. L. MOHLER, President.
are adopting more civilized meth
terior should make it a point to
ods. They are getting into the
Up-to-date job printing at reason
be in Ontario on June 25 th and
U. 8. LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON. able prices.
gl and juries.
meet the wool buyers here. At
May 25, 1901.
Count Waldersee is to be re
that time it might be advisable
A sufficient contest afiid .vit having |
t»een filed in this office by Nannie By-
for the growers to form an asso ceived at home with great eclat. nrley,
eonteHtant, agHinst ('hnilea
Kirkland, T Centry No. 68, made Au-
ciation and pool their wool for
| irual 11, 1890, for uej swf, a| nwf sec-
sale ns lias been quite successfully many all right.
th'ii s. Ip 21 Month. R it eS't, by
j Charlea C. Kirkland,
and profitably done by the grow
which it ih alleged that the said Charles
ers of Wyoming and Idaho, where Italy that he is not coni|>elled to C. Kirkland has not complied with the
respecting timber-cultnr, in anv
associations were formed at Raw pay space rates for the name of law
manner; th'it he tian nut resided upon
I the land« nor cultivated the same, and
lins, Mountainhome and Caldwell. his new baby.
The attempt to find some mid ia now a non resident of the state, and
Assurance has been given that
. tiaa uol planted the same to seed« or cut -
, burn ?
O regon ,
ground in the Chinese matter tinge, Raid parties are hereby notified
quite a number of wool buyers
to appear, respond and otf r evidence
will assemble in Ontario on June
touching sail a’leffation at 10 o’clock a.
j m, on June 2'», 1901, Indore Register and
QUART BOTTLES DELIVERED IN BURNS, $1.50 PER DOZEN
MILLER ROOEORE 1093 MILE* IR 111 HOUR*
25th, and it would undoubtedly for the real estate.
Receiver at Burna, Oregon.
prove to the interest of the grow
per anid.AMt ti.i May St, lS01( aal
ers to meet them here on that prove of the word “loot.” It does forth facts which show that after <lne
sound a triile harsh for missionary diligence percotial service of this notice
date. —Ontario Argus,
cannot la* made, it Is hereby ordered
and directed that such notice be given
by due and proper publication
The visit of F. H. Newell,
G ko . \V. II avkr , Register.
chief hydrographer of the Geo 70U men in South Africa during
logical survey, to Eastern Oregon
next month is hailed with much yet to face Web Davis’ book.
Paris has a new sensational
satisfaction by the farmers. That
called “The Butter
it will be of great benefit to this
L<-< al Agents Hsrn-y Co.
particular section, there is no
C. P. Rutherford, Burn«,
" m. Cooley, Bulah,
» Superior to all others Irrespective
doubt. Willi the assistance of
,1 (I. Loygan. Hanoey
Lytle Howard, Westfall
of price. Catalogue tells you
Some of these day s Mr. Dowte
E A Heath, Drewsey
the government and the water
why. W rite for one.
propc 1 ly utilized we could irrigate will get a jolt that w ill cause him
a large portion of this valley to wash off his Elijah make-up
NATIONAL SLX INAi M a CIINECO,
which is all that is necessary , or and scoot for the tall timber.
There is a man down in Texas
dinarily (or an abundant crop.
We call attention to the proposed
method of irrigation on our first ness. §pme men will do almost
W antid — T rustworthy mix amt .
Eastern Oregon Developing Company does a general
anything in order to be exclusive.
w.iuitx to Irav. I and advertise far old
real estate and commission business. Buys and sells
The latest Georgia mob showed
e-tahiiahe-i bouse of solid fincania)
real estate, mines and mineral lands, business enter
a wide streak of cowardice as
standing Salary $780 a year and ex
Our age is revolutionary. Even
prises of all kinds, horses, cattle, sheep, etc. Location
penses, all payable in cash No esnvas-
soon as it was fired upon. Those
of government lands and the development of the re
such an ofd proverb aa ’'love
*'■« required Give refereoeea and en
w ho kill defenseless creatures are
sources of Eastern Oorgon and contiguous territory.
close self addressed »’amped enve'npe.
laughs at locksmiths’* has been
I usually cowards.
\ddreas Manager, 355 Caxton Bldg
J ohn E. R oberss , ecy ., O ntario , O r .
discredited by a Palis mother who
Lord Kitchener is justified in
kept her daughter locked in a
1 feeling bad over the manner in
room for twenly-the years to pre
which the Boers presisi in re-
vent her marriage to an undesir
spending to the encores for the
able lover, and by an Oakland
HOWARO St Mt I tomur
last ditching portion of the pro
father, who prevented on elope
tn nt by hamig Ins daughter ar-
After depositing a proper num-
rested for vagrancy.—Stockton
l»er of dunks beneath their belts,
those London banqueters (ell upon
each other's necks and effected a
At Salem last week
very touching Anglo-Saxon alli
Wagon wot k done ia a satisfactory manner.
All orders given
liamilton in the circuit court gave ance.
Give him a call.
judgment on the- presentment sub
A General Baniunq Business Transacted
mitted by the grand jury in the
Brilbl Bay» Started ia Bwalueaa.
t i»e of George W. Davis, clerk
The puuiisliRra of the famous big
of the board of school land com-
illustrated weekly nsw*|4i(ier, l*«xx
missioncts in 1890, who waa avi iaxia G bit , ar* now placing
charged with a shortage of $.!•- representatives at evary post office
Ow ! m rwt.roed if sw« fail Asy om aeniiT^ ekeV-h »Ll d JL
noo in his accounts. The court in Orvg .ii, sn-l they desire to securo
the srrvioes of capable hustang
MT invMtio« wiU promptly iwcwivs oar opinioa fr«« ooooMrmn^bepltent
held that the case is outlawed agents in each of the following
«bthty of mme “Mow to Obuia • PaUnt" mrt npoa reque.L
Asa result ttie grand jury drop towns in Harney eouulyi Burns,
••eurr- i throagh ua advertiaai tor axle at owr aramae*
ped mi e.tigation .if the case.
Pitant taken oat through un rwcetve sianj/ mo / r - x
BLACKSMITH & WAGONSHOP.
B0BT, IRVING, Prop
Harney Valley Brewery
Five Gallon kegs $2.00 deilvered at
your home in Burns.
Telephone Mo. 5.
WOLDENBERG & BERG.
E. 0. D. C
HEAEQUARTERS AT ONTARIO, OREGON.
other towns as ore not olieady sup
plied. Thv work io profitable and
\\ hile there has liecn a disposi. pleasant A portion of Saturday
I i < xi Mtn« hi g <-t>i taxpayer. to only ie required. Nil trona v what
ever is required
Over .Visi agent»
The Harney County Uv» a,
will pay eeven Hundred
ward for the arret
aon or verson* » l„, klli
horaea. mule» or cattle be.
bet of the Aaaoi latl.m t > ,"■ --------
and Fifty Doll.,..
G W. Yotrxo, See’y, Burna, Oru „ « ,
bkasos and p . o ibDau ,*
w*'h 1 ]■ connected, on led u.“* .
per half crop off left e„.
right eaa, wattle on left lh ' *
Emigrant and vicinity. ali,„
B U J>orter. Burn, cattle, b.,.
neath heart)on left hip: eaim.T'
each ear, crop off either ear. «S’
eyes: range Emigrant creek ¿7'
Peter Clemen,, Burn,,hon-k|
Hei. eat1 le same on elthe,
and split in left ear, awalluw
u icier bit In right.
I. C Grout, Burns. Horses Tt«, J
hip; cattle, Hit, strap over th,rM
down on both hip«; earmarks, J i
and uuderbit iu each ear,
M Fenwick, Burns, hotsei don1 1
al bar on left shoulder, < att|e 1 ¿1
earmarks, two uuderbit* in
branded bar T on right ribs »»• faurv*
half crop in left tar.
J H Bunyard. Burns, cattle 7<r
marks, crop oft' left ear, bwaL.
J 1* Withers, Harney, hi-reui
on left shoulder, cattle, half*.
e."h.h'U earmark», upper!.«I,*®
derbit iu left.
.Martin Br<s., Burna, cattle d<
zontal ba» on either hip; earmlr
right ear, swallow fork in left ur’ —__ -
jaw, also some branded eirdex^.
O L Shingledecker. Burna h.n.
shoulder: tattle, .»on right aid.?:
marks, crop oil- right ear, crup . .
crop off left.
Fred Denstedt. Burna, horaei r
shoulder; cattle FD on left aid,’
der half crop in each ear.
R J Williams, Riley, horaea, CBi»
shoulder; tattle, CB on left hip
off left ear, under half cropoffriik
tier chin; also cattle branded£
derbit in left ear, under halt cropit■
f ame JT on left ribs, crop and ¿n.;
uuder half crop in right.
H II Elliott, Narrows, horaea.Thtw
left stifle; cattle Th combined
mark, upper slope ou eat h ear w
aud bell collar.
8ylvester Smith, Narrow», horaeai !
leg; cattle V bar, earmark, underha^
short over slope iu each ear iiMjr
P G Smith, Burns, horses, quarterHfed
right hind leg ami left shoulder; «ujM
circle S on either hip; carman, thAfli
ear, split in under side of left; twvifJ 1
A E Young. Burns, horses, Y on. „ '
J -i connected on right shoulder;
left shoulder; cattle, rockingcbalr4A* !
earmark, right ear drooped dowu, t’9
ing towards head on upper aide; *a;
side of neck; all animals dehorned
C P Rutherford, Burns, cattl*.tv;
side; earmark, under slope in left tv 1 c«
bar 2 on left shoulder.
Michael Moylan, horses, ."5onleftr:
35 on left hip; mark, right ear with*.
left dnxipod down, jughandleoubnia^
Thcs Wingfield, Burns, horaea,® tafl
on lelt shouldir; catt'.e, sameon.lef:«:•<!
crop otf left ear, short overalopeinrifiM
John Craddock, Silvies. h<’raea,S-Sitfl
shoulder; outdo, S-S on right side; re.«
off right ear, swallow fork in left,
>| b «
W E Smith, Burns, cattle, XIonqsM
mark, split in right ear, wattleouatal
G Hudspeth, Burns, cattle, a-iaaone^ Col
side; mark, crop and split in ea< heir.
Shnon Lewis, Burna, cattle Si. on - | <i. A
mark, crop and underbit in kit w,« i
under half crop off righ*.
TG Kribs, Burns, cattle quarter .- ,
left hip; marks, crop oft’left ear.bok:
John Witsell. Burns, horsea, Wta«
stitle; cattle, diamond bar ouleftMp
split in eai h ear, wattle un erchm. j
I) M McMenamy, Burns, horaea,rere?«
left stifle; cattle, b’J on left hip: marks«
in each ear With full name aud addM
Varieu Bros., horses. LF on rightsikr
LF on right hip; murk, crop, upperbum
derbit iu right car
J W Jones, Burns, 081110.911«!*'
right hip; mark, ( rop a rd s.ii in itfttu
bit in right: horns same brand «o r«ai • J I
J A Williams. Van. horns.71 bra- H
cattle, bar IL un lett ribs; u»a.M.uMedi:
ear. unuer slope in right.
H Elliott, Burt.s horsts. 114 cuatb.* ■
«title; tattle, l . on left Bide; mart.tr*
right ear, left split in half Uaarptf-
doWn against side of head.
C S Juhi’.sun, Van, hurse-S, 8J onW»>r 9» A
cattle. HJ on left hip; icark, erq-MG-'i
hulf crop in right ear, underbit io aft. 4
C J Jonra.m, Riley, cattle, Otaroab^H
marks, swallow lark in right car.ipiki»
W B Johnson, cattle, JK combinedot«
mark, cr»>p off right ear, two aplite **•
half crop in left.
W A Campbell, Narrows. hor«ea,X( **
on left shoulder cattle, ba* M'
left shoulder; mark, upper balfcM»*
John Buoy, Bums, hor«< r.
cattle. 2B on right hip or aiue. mart.^
each ear, hole iu right.
Mrs I N Hughet, Warm Springs.
luck on left side: mark, wattle under -
Suhn Hipsman, Burns, horses,0Jou-£
shoulder; ( attic, <>J on right side: »«B
left ear, two uuderbit« iu right.
Sam King, Burns, cattle, 87 on left W ’ I
crop and uuderbit iu each car, »•»-«•
J P Dickenson. Narrows, horses. wr-' $
stifle; cattle, bar through diamond«»3
«boulder; mark, undeTbit in each«*'
braudedon left «ide and hip.
R..«cSits, Nrrrow«. horte«. R bar®»**
catt ie, same on left hip or »ide; mart5 [
bit in each ear, dewlap un brisket.
D Finnemorc, Burn«, horses. iiFcta«1* ]
left stflle: cattle game on left hip: ba -1
oft racii ear, under slope in right, wa W1!
A Erii. Egli. horses, .« on JcftstiCe*
on right hip; mark, upper half crop of
J T Ware, Narrows* cattle, mule »h* * i
hip; mark, under half crop in right«**’
J W Biggs, Bums, boree«, OR on left«^
H B Timmons. Narrows, horses,TRA/JS
binedon left stifle: catt'.e. circle I’ os <
mark, crop and under half crop in k*"1
derbit in right, dewlap under throat-
Joel H Howard, Burn«, horsea. bar
stifle: cattle, same on left bip; tnack^ I
left ear. split iu right.
W W Brown. Fife, horsea. horse
jaw. young hursts t-othjaws; runnini*
right stifle: Dar C on right shoo'«* .
a< rues hook; baT diamond on leftsbn*®
W D Hanlev, Bums, horaea. bell Ao#
cattle, same on left hip: mark, rmf *
split in right ear, swallow fork in I«“.
LY on left hip; mark, swallow fork in*”
J < re* * man, Barna, cattle, JY
left aide or hip. mark, crop aud slit ia ***
aud slit in kit
L L Clark, Narrows, horaea, bar C <*
John Gilcrest. (P. L.8. Co.) Burns. JJ*
wrench on left atifle: catt’e same on
mark, aquare crup vtf right ear. ruacb
alope on laft
rran.h Glean Ur, Moek Co . >. «•
penntenrlent, T C Luek. »»ne kl ***
Bnrnk. horw. p on loft krill, '
rier-teu on jefl hip mark, under n*‘. . .
left enr. dew ep cut no: rattle. F **
ma-k rw.. »a above < atria. k«ure
tna-k. »wallow f..rk n left ear,
threat: eattlo. Ton left hip. nrark. •»**
off left ear. wattle on left law
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