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! F ound — On the street near this JVt tire
Bailey, Plaintiffs, vs. John I. I office a lady’» breast pin. Owner
well lie lias succeeded. This re- per'» last Friday night. A fair
1 call and prove property and pay for
l suit has been accomplished with ■¡zed and orderly crowd war pres Newman, Defendant.
out in the least injuring the qual ent. A fine »upper was placed be To John I Newman, the above- ’ this notice.
art ¡Pravartd to a A out our ¿Patrons tAo
SATURDAY- MARC H I. 1992.
ity or weight of the fleece, the fore the guests at midnight arid the named defendant:
average clip of his flock being dance continued until 2 o'clock,
gon you are hereby required to ap
JULIAN HVKI» — — — — M«a»t«r
about II pounds, he expects them when tired and sleepy the crowd pear and answer the complaint
The co partnership heretofore
left for home, all having enjoyed
Heavy Uuderwear, Overcoats, Felt Boots, Rubber,
to shear fully that ranch this sea
between Geo. W. Hayes
th'mseivvs to the utmost.
Prince Henry dined at the son.
Overshoes, Blankets, Hats, Caps, Etc. J* J j j.
titled action on or before the date and John G. Saxton has been dis
White House the other day—but
Mr. Maupin who has charge of
We invite the ladies to call and inspect the new things in th,
| ditch crew for the French-Glenn of the last publication of this sum
A Washington dispatch under Co., is busy constructing a cook mon» to-wit: the 1st day of March sons indebted to the aforesaid firm
of new Dress Goods that we are now handling. We h»p
for will settle with John G. Saxton.
date of Feb. 25, says: The irri wagon for the use of tho ditoh 1902; and if you fail to answer I...
many new articles that are of special interest to them.
. ' Dated this the 11 day of January
King Edward’s crown will con gation bill, which would have or
want thereof plaintiff will take _ 1902
G bo W. H ayes .
crew the coming summer. The
tain, says an exchange, 300 jewels. dinarily come up for consid
J ohn G. S axton .
I judgment against you for the fol-
work on the ditch has been post
It will include about every variety eration in the senate today, is now poned since fall on account of the I lowing sums as demanded in their
of precious stones, except the threatened with postponement for weather, but operation will be re- complaint: for fi2 50 with the in-|
M. F itzgerald , P resident
F. S. R ieder , S ecy and T rja ,
terest thereon at the rate of ten i
Blarney stone, Plymouth Rock, a week, or even more, owing to i sumed soon.
per cent per annum from November 1» hereby given that by' order
B iggs & T urner , A ttorneys
and Miss Stone, of Turkey.
the intention of the senate to take /'Ducks, gi-ese and swan are here i i Kam
i «7 o', qitnmev» fees- made and entered on the Sth day |
a t r
j of February 1902 the undersigned
Eastern Oxeg-oxx Titl©
up and thoroughly discuss the in great numbers again, and all in 14, 1.
for »185.00 with interest thereon at wag ap|,oiflte<l administrator of the
The government has finished Tillman-MCIaurin affair, which is dication» of an tally spring are ap-;
6 psr cent per annum from Dec. 2,,; e8tate „fEuimaJ. Davis deceased
its case against Neeley and the conceded by every one to be a parent.
INCO I? I’OR ATED.
I 1900: for »23.10 with interest at' all(j all persons holding claims
court adjourned for a week to matter of highest privilege, and
and Title Guaranteed
Wm. Smith, who is feeding cat ten per cent per annu...... — ----
give his councel time to exa mine one which should take preference tle for Rube Hughet at Warm | uary 1st 1901; for $40.85 with in ed to present the same to me at
To all Lands in Harney County, Oreg«
the documentary evidence against over all other matters, not because Springs, waH a visitor here this terest at six per cent per annum i my residence near Drewsey, Oregon
I verified as by law required, within
him. Perhaps a verdict will be of the parlies involved, but be week.
from January 1st, 1901; for »259 001 ajx ln0Ilt[18 froln the date of this
readied sometime during the life cause of the precedent to be es
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Office in Bank Buildin-
Harvey Elliott was in from Warm with ten per cent interest thereon ] notice.
day of <■ Feb. iono
' ’■ this
V!- ° Sth
of the present generation.—Al tablished in this case. If the de Springs and reports cattle doing form the 1st day of January 1901, "
I M. D avis .
and »2500 attorenys fees; for!
bate of the status of the South fine.
Carolina Senators is unexpectedly
Fred Scott commenc'd work to six per cent per annum from July I
According to R. G. Dun & Co's prolonged,there is some indication day breaking horses for L L. Clark. j 27th, 1899; for »54.75 with interest'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
report the cost of living in 1901 that the irrigation bill may again
Mrs Toni Allen and son Fred, at six per cent per annum from
FRANK SMITH Propt., ONTARIO, OR.
was 40 per cent greater than in be set aside to make room for who have been visiting her sister September 12th 1900; for $8.09; for It the matter of the Estate of
1897. According to the latest more favored and more important Mrs. M V Baker of the O. O. ranch $20 00 with 6 per cent interest there-
William Marrs, deceased.
The<Largest ¡Hotel building in |Malheur County.
census reports, wages in the past legislation.
returned home today.
| on from February 8th 1900; for the
Notice is hereby giyen that the
equipped, ' best managed and "most popular hos
ten years have deci eased 7.4 per
Taylor Simmon’s hotel sign is sum of »112.00 with interest at the undersigned has been appointed
in Eastern Oregon.
cent . What then becomes of the
prepared for the coming r ig dance i rate of six per cent per annum from ' Administratrix with will annexed.
Want tv Reclaim Arid Lands.
vaunted prosper!} ? is the query
of the 14th of March. The sizn January 1st 1901; and for the fur-. (if (-ne e8tate of William Marr», de-
HEADQUARTERS FOR HARNEY COUNTY PEOPLE
of the Marshfield News.
Salem, Feb. 25. — L R. Web when in good order reads “Hotel” ther sum of $145.00 with ten per l ceaae(j, by order of the County
cent interest thereon from January1 Court, for Harney county, State of
ster, C. M. Idieman and A. King hut now reads 'Hot.” We would
First-Class Bar ia Connection.
1st 1901, together with theircosts Oregon made the 7th day of Jan
The roads are still in a very bad Wilson, of Portland, were before
! 1902. All person» having claims
condition, the new grades, es the State Land Board today, ask Joseph Dutcher, who attended and disbursements herein;
This summons is published by i ngai,lSt the said estate shall pre
pecially. While the county court ing for contracts for corporations the dance here last Friday, has
order of the Hon James A. Spar-1 8ent them, with the proper voucher,
has c aused some excellent work represented by them, for the re disappeared as completely as if row, Judge of the County Court of wjthin»ix months from the date of
to be done in the past year there clamation of arid land. This mat the earth hud opened and swallow Harney County Oregon, dated Jan-, this notice, at the law office of John
is still more to be done. Good ter is one that has been before the ed him up. but we think Joe knows uary 18th, 1902, which order re G. Saxton, my attorney, Burns,
roads should be built and if possi board for some time, and because where ‘ lie i» at.”
quires this publication to be made oregOn,
ble the new grades should be of its importance the board has' Pete Haley the veteran stage in The Times-Herald for six suc
Dated this 11th day of January
been proceeding cautiously. The) driver, called on us today. Pete is cessive weeks.
up witbin the amonnlj
The date of this first publication
M artha M arrs .
Oregon arid land act does not hale and hearty and is good for
Administratrix. figures given in estimates.
We may be called upon to re- correspond in all its terms with
B iggs A’ B iggs .
Mrs Win. Buffington mid »on,
force a fight between our neigli- the Carey act, under which the
Attorneys for Plaintiff-.
hors most any time, lf so we land is to be donated to the state. accompanied by Mrs. Wm Cum
we are equal to the occasion as The board is disposed to follow
we have been looking up rules the Carey act where there is a on their way to Diamond yesterday
Is hereby given to whom it may
Miss L'-la Short, who has been
the past week, We'll see fair difference. The language of the
I concern that by order of the County
The co-partnership heretofore
play gentlemen and guarantee arid land act is not entirely con visiting friends in mid about the
i Court of the State of Oregon made
our decision to be according to sistent, and this also gives rise to Narrows will leave for her home in M. II Brenton has been this day I and entered July 6th 1902 the un
“< îooseberry R tiles. »»
a difference of opinion as to the Diamond Wednesday morning
dissolved M H Brenton retiring dersigned was appointed adminis
proper terms of a contract with ‘ Frank t'aivlficld b ft today with from the businers. The Winsor trator of the estate of Janie Shep
liar will hereafter be conducted un-
T lie democratic county central the reclamation companies. Ow his brother for tho island and will I ■ der the firm name of Lee Caldwell ard dead, and all persons having
be gone a couple of days.
I A Co.
committee will meet today and
I E k C aldwell . 1 hv notified to present the same to
with other business will set a date General,the board has been oblig The weather here h.1° been very
H. M. B renton .
for holding the primaries, county
Burns, Ore, Feb. 17. 1902.
I Walter Cross on Trout Creek in
convention and apportion the de torneys, and this also accounts in to be on the lookout for candidates
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this county within six month of
legate«. There seems to be no part for the delay.
; the date of this notice.
1 he board took no final action to dosn't suit.
friction in the local organization
Dated at Burns, Oregon January
and the prospects look good for day, but w ill announce its decision
Notice is hereby given that the Uth 1902.
They will have «orni thing to sav next week.
later. The form of contract that
undersigned administratrix of the
victory at the poles in June.
L. W. S hepard ,
will be adopted in one case will
did, on the 21st day of February'
probably be followed in all cases.
1902 tile with the County Clerk of
Over a score of irrigation con-
Harney County. Oregon, her final I
notice » or publication .
account in said estate mid that
1 ems have made application for
I ami oflk e at Burna, Oregon, Feb. 19, 1P02
The Bun.» Furniture Co. has n Monday the 23rd day of March Noth« ia hereby given that the following
land under the Carey act.
named aettler baa flirti notice of his intention
new lot of art squares, rugs, carpet, 1902 is the day set for the hearing j to
make fìttili praof in support of hia claim,
objections thereto. Any creditor,
that said proof will be made before the
dining chairs, rocker», extension heir or other person desiring to file i ami
Kegisier and Receiver at Burna Oregon, on
April 21. 1902, viz lid Entry No 797. of James
ami center tables in (lock. “Dady” objei-tions to «aid final account to
orli, for the N‘, N W
SW1. N W ». ai <1 lot
41 T 26. S . R. 31. E. W. N
shall do so on or before said date. 7. the Ser following
is anxious to show them.
witneaaesto prove hia continu
residence upon anti • ultivation of said
Geo. D Rushmore, who is travel
Dated this 22nd day of Feb , 1902. ous
land, viz J. E McColl«). Simon I.ew is and E.
L ena A nderson . ; > Bieker, of Burna, Oregon, anti < aaper Haya,
ing for Wilmerding Loewe A Co ,
, of Narrows, Oregon.
G. W. H ayes . Rogiater
of San Francisco, is here on busi
Tore Down larr Fences.
ness mid will leave tomorrow for
Burns. Mr Rusk more says it is a
I nited States District Attorney
hot trip by stage from Burna to John Hall returned this morning
from a three weeks ' stav in Califor-
Mis., Annie Whitlock has been
Lewis Shneider, w ho has been liia. He went to San Francisco
awarded the $500 reward offered employed by the French-Glenn for the purpose of arguing the ap
by Multnomah count} for the ar Live I.took Co. for the Inst two |>eal in the Carr land ease, and
rest and coin at ion of the minders years,was a visitor in our town for having obtained a leaf of absence,
of James B. Morrow. Such was a couple of days last week, leaving spent some time in Southern Cali-
Alford« the people of East and Central Oregon ell the opportunity of •
the opinion tendered by judge
tu»t class modern UusineM College, It ¡a N home institution covering
every course involved in Business College work
It« rafee are the same
“The case was argued at some
George. King escaped with the
A jollv partv of young folks com-
as charged ei-ew ere and the methods are the same. Students admitted
remark that while he had assisted 1 posed of the following persons left length on both sides.“ su'd Mr II .
at any time, lu.truction at tins C ollege or by mail. Dating the «uiumer
Crockery, Glassware, Windmills. Pumps, Guns,
in bi ingmg the ci 1 tn inala to justice, I here to attend the dance at I’m “before the United States Circuit
mouth« the College will Conduct a
his conmclion with the case was moiid Saturday- Frank Ciwlfield
Ammunition, 'Fishing Tackle, Paints, Doors
such as to put him in a ban light, and wife, Leone Elliott, Ed Ander- der advisement by that body. I d >
Windows, Garden Seeds Etc. j
not look for a decision until the
so much so that he would nut be 1 eon. Tailor Simmons. George Sim-
t or teachers and others who desire a reviewing or prepa story eclipse.
I UMMie, Cores Smith, Misses lull*
entitled Io any consideiation.
Sole agents for Rider-Ericsaon Engine«.
For specimen* ut .on work, and full information on Bi»»mess College sub
Gredey, Arminda Simmon», Avkie give a decision the same term in
I Simmon», Martha Rowe »nd Leia which they hear a case. I learned
Only Tin Shop in Harney Countv
Geo. ami Will Hardie are win Short All ret ort having enjoird from the United Stales Marshal for
tering three bands of sheep on the themselves very milch The partv
ifornia have been destroyed He
Joint Day Freaks this winter one returned home Sunday morning
bail a force of men in the northern
band containing ovei lt-oulie.nl,
Mi»» Ackie Sinim i s has gone t>.
another .dim st Jood, and a sn,all llappv valley to Vint her sister Mrs part of the state for 60 Java de
stroying fences. Some ,»f the fence
band of about 300 buck latubs of I Jet! Caw I fie hl mul will likely attend
consisted of natural barriers in the
then own 1.living,-ay-the Condon -school there the rest of the winter wav of rock, and every little wav,
Glolre. Mr. Haidle, who «.mu
Jerry Dal v. formerly stage driver holes were blasted so as to give
in Saturday, states that these trelween Burna and Diamond. ha» opening* When there was wire
TRISCH A DONEGAN. Proprietor».
sheep ale la mg winter ed without 1 treen a visitor in <>ur town the past fence the Carr Company took it
feed other than what thev 1 ustlc few day».
down They are merely t-ying to
for on the range, ami that they
Fred ('»borne, a
law comes up in congress, but I
ar e in good condition. I Its loss Warren < ortis will I
bardlv believe it will pass and be
this winter lias been nothing. Mt. I or ten day » for his
of any assistance to them"—file
Hardie has been experimenting where he will lo
for 10 t ears on the problem of I comint slimmer
breeding a hardy 1 !a*s of sheep will return neat fall
that have sutticient rustling pro- sweet little forgel-i
P G SMITH, Crop»,
| entities to get ihtough an l ast- pine away and die
Fresh Beef Park etc. in
quality desired. Head Chet-se
»in On g ■ w mt< r without I 1} . stay away too long
In the Circuit Court of tin* State
lain A Blrc* Proprietors.
and the last that his sheep have
John Hembree and wife left to of Oregon. for Harney County.
Bologna a rd Sausage of all kinds always on hau d
been wuileivd fol the last three day (or Burn« on bus, ties«.
T > «ut « „ loested •» th. <• nur «f F -*i lini R -i--,.. „.g k,,p, h,y
Charles J John»-n «nd Sam Bailer.
kM croi« ni h.*4
H.» «»peuri |,ttr
i5a„ , jufc „
wiottrs w ithout bar -i,. wi I a
A dance was belJ at J E. Har
SAME OLD STAN
Best of Winter Wearables
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
Brick Laying and Plastering.
MILLER & THOMPSON
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
GEER & CUMMINS
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
CITY M AT MARKET
Your patronage solicited.
O'»!« »»y («tl «f ik< Cvwitn.