The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, March 08, 1902, Image 2

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    The city election held last Tues­ HOW LEASE LAW WOULD EFFECT. instead of stockraising? Thu ques­
tion may be asked. Please look
day passed off quietly, although
The co-partnership heretofore
over
the map of Eastern Oregon .
between Lee Caldwell and
Money
Stockmen
Would
Loot
'moll
the contest for councilmen was
SATURDAY MARI II MW.'.
and see where the railroads are to
Brenton has been this day
art ^rtoartd to oAota oar ^atroao tAo
Saya
Mr.
Fenwick.
rather warm. There were 168
do the shipping. Furthermore, if' dissolved M H. Brenton retiring
votes cast. The follow ing were
they were plenty, the freight rates from the business, The XXinsor
Burns, March 6.—(To the Edi-
I Bar will hereafter be conducted un­
elected: Mayor, C. Cummins;
are—for such long hauls to tide­
Heavy Uuderwear, Overcoats, Felt Boots, Rubbers
councilmen, Sam Mothershead, tor )—One of the most absurd and water—so high, that it would only der the firm name of Lee Caldwell
REPUBLICAN LOVE (?) FEAST.
F. O. Jackson; recorder, L. Wol- rediculou» features of the proposed be profitable to ship the surplus af­ I 4 Co.
Overshoes? Blankets, Hats, Caps, Etc. > > > >
L ee C ai . dwei . l .
denberg Jr; treasurer, W. A. range lease bill, now before con-, ter we had fattened our beef and
H. M. B renton .
We invite the ladies to call and inspect the new things in the
The republican county central Gowan; Marshal, Robt. George. gress, is that small owners of real
Burns, Ore., Feb. 17. 1902.
line of new Dress’Goods that we are now handling. We hays
estate would be permitted to lease fed our dairy stock.
committee met at the court house
M el F enwick .
many new articles that are of special interest to them.
10 acres adjoining to their one acre
last (Saturday forenoon for the
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
XV. E. Alberson was over from of freehold. Take, for instance, the
purpose of fixing dates for prima­
Communicated.
EEKAEEEG- BcSCZ
his home at Wild Horse a few man who owns 160 acres. This in
ries, county convention and other
Notice is hereby given that the
days this week. Mr. Alberson a compact form is one-half mile
Portland, Feb. 27 —(To the Edi­ undersigned administratrix of the
business that might come before
has announced in this issue as a square; his neighbor to the north, tor.—) In view of the recent re- estate
M. F itzgerald , P resident
F. S. R ieder , S ecy and T reas
------ of John Anderson » deceased,
»» 1
the meeting. The party in this
candidate for the office of Assess­ land south owns the same; that! ports on the g.owtl, of Christian
county is badly split and has more
B
iggs
&
T
urner
, A ttorneys
or, subject to the pleasure of the would give each a »trip one-half Science in Germany noted in the, Harney C(,untVi Oregon, her final
Mark Hanna’s than the rest of
democratic convention. He has I mile wide by five miles long for a I Times-Herald of Feb’y.15, the fol- account jn said estate and that
Eastern Oxegrorx Title
the world. Chairman Newell,
held the position before and his leasehold on the foot hills. This lowing official information may be Monday the 23rd day of March
G--Lxaraxxt3r Co.
I
who by the way is one of the
• 1902 is the day set for the hearing
ability and qualifications are well would make five and one-half miles ii of interest to vour readers.
INCORPORATED.
shrewdest political workers in the
| of fence per man to enclose his
’’
‘ . Any creditor,
__ ^heretm
The First'Church of Christ,} objection^
known to the voters and taxpay­
Abstracts Furnished and Title Guaranteed
I heir or other person desiring to file
state, held the trump hand, and,
I leasehold, provided his neighbors Scientist, (Erste Kirche, Christi • 1^-
-
— final account
ers of this county. Bill has many
to said
built half the fence. This, at the des Scientisten.) in Berlin, was or- objections
according to the numerous other
To all Lands in Harney County, OregM
s|)Ja]| jo H0 nn or before sajd date,
friends who would be glad to sup­ present price of material and labor
wonld be bosses, carried things
ganized
some
time
ago
with
the
}
Dated
this
22nd
day
of
Feb.,
1902.
port him and should he be nomi­ ruling in Harney county, would be
ZEeZE-^I^ ESTATE
with a high hand. It is claimed
L ena A nderson .
nated would make an excellent ♦ 120 per mils, or for five and one- customary permission of the au­
Adrnx.
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Office in Bank Building
that only seven of the 18 precincts
thorities, and the notices of ser-j
run.
half miles, ♦lifiO to fence two and vices are published every week in ,
were represented and that the
one-half sections of land. In this the Berlin newspapers. There is1
Newell faction had it a|l “fixed.”
NOTICE
j
county we have data to prove that also a Christian Science reading-1
Well, it was a stormy meeting. ! In this issue appears the an-1
Is
hereby
given that by order !
—taking the county at large—it
The proposal to elect delegates to nouncement of J. A. Williams as j I will keep not to exceed 20 head of room which is announced at all ‘he, made‘nnd entere'd cn the 8th day
P. G. SMITH, Propt.,
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_
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_
Burns, Oregon.
the state and congressional con­ a candidate for the oilice of coun-' . cattle per section, on the average, servicesand a Christian Science of pebraary 1902 the undersigned
ventions was opposed by one man ty commissioner on the democrat- I : nine mouths in the year—this in­ institute of Berlin. XX’hat is true! wa8 appointed administrator of the
of Berlin is also true of other cities estate of Emma J. Davis deceased
Head Cta
who held a proxy, and when he ic ticket. Mr. Williams possesses cludes the high mountain ranges. in the German Empire, such as|«'"l. »» persons holding claims Fresh Beef Pork, etc. in any quartity desired.
all
the
qualificaticns
necessary
to
found lie had no following and
,,
.
against the estate are hereby notlh-
Bologna and Sausage of all kinds always on hand
But as the foot hills are poorer soil ,,
Hanover, Dresden, «‘•'Wiberg, 1 e(J prege|)t ,he Ram(! t0 me at
could not carry the day, lie with­ fill the office to which he aspires, and more barren, it would hurry an
Cannstatt, etc,, namely, Christian ;
residence near Drewsey, Oregon
drew in other words bolted. The and as we should be careful to average section to keep 12 head of Scientists have been wholly free to! verified ag by |dW required, within j
committee proceeded to elect Fred get an able man for this impor­ cattle. Thus, allowing 30 head of worship God as they saw fit. Since| six months from the date of this ,
Haines, J. 11. Neal and J. L. Sitz tant office, we are of the opinion cattle to two and one-half sections j Christian Science practice consists notice.
Dated this 8th day of Feb. 1902.
ilelegates to the state and con­ that the democrats could do no (which I assure you any fair mind-’ of prayer advanced to a realization
I M. D avis .
stockman, who has no axe to
<
gressional convention. March 22 better than nominate him. Joe ed
of aud absolute reliance upon the
Administrator.
grind,
will
say
is
more
cattle
than
would
make
a
good
run.
was set as the date for holding
omnipotence of God over all evil, it
it will keep,) the results would be
primaries and April 12, for the
is of course absurd to speak of mak­
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
as ¡follows:
ing such prayers "illegal.”
county convention.
The announcement ot J. C. Fo­
The first cost of fencing hie little
The statement made in the Ger­
In the afternoon a number who ley as a candidate for county judge reservation would be $32 per head
It the matter of the Estate of
man
Reichstag to the effect that
BURNS,
_
_
_
OREGON.
did not approve the action of the appears in this issue. J. C. has on his cattle; rental at 2 cerita per
William Marrs, deceased.
Draws plan, makes estimates, etc. buildings put up wnbm th» amoa.l
central committee met, probably been a resident of Harney coun­ acre would be $32 per year, or a Christian Science had been import­
Notice is hereby given that the
by accident, at A. W. Gowan’s ty since the early ’80s and is per­ little over ii on the head. The ed into Germany after being "worn | undersigned has been appointed figures given in estimates.
»-^"Satisfaction guaranteed.
office ami w e learn that a strong haps as well known to the people ratio of increase on range cattle is out in the United States” is at | Administratrix with will annexed,
least amusing to those in this coun­
of the estate of William Marrs, de­
effort will be made Io prevent the as any other man with in its bor­ universally computed among stock-
try who have observed its remark­
ceased, by order of the County
state delegation being seated. ders. He has been identified 1 men to be one-fifth. The increase.
able growth, ever, during the past|
Among those present at the sec­ with the democratic party all I therefore, would be 6 calves which year. The total number of churches Court, for Harney county, State of
ond meeting were Ex-Senator his life and has a leputation | at $12 per head would give a gross at the close of the year 1900 was | , Oregon, made the 7th day of Jan Brick »nd lime always on hind at the yard. H?"Re6i<i9n0e Hanley l>onM
Gowan, James Donegan, M. Fitz­ for honesty and firmness of char­ income each year of $72. But as i I 443 and the total number at the 1902. All persons having claims
Gerald, I. S. Geer, Fred Wil- acter. Mr. Foley, should he be taxeB are on an average of 25 mills close of the year 1901 was 496 giv­ I against the said estate shall pre­
sent them, with the proper voucher,
and cattle assessed at $14 per head,
niortli and XV. D. Hanley. We the choice of the convention would
ing an annual increase of 53 | within six months from the date of}
the tax on same would be ♦10.50.
are informed tfiat these people make a tine race and if elected Land in the bottom, or wtat we churches. To this number should
■ this notice, at the law office of John
come to the decision of calling fur would serve the taxpayers in an term meadow land, is usually as-} be added 28 new societies (not vet 1(1. Saxton, my attorney, Burns,
i
a meeting of the delegates to tile able manner.
sessed at ♦•"> per acre, making ♦20 organized as churches) which gives j Oregon.
county convention on March 26,
taxes on 160 acres of freehold; and i a total increase for the year 1901 1 Dated this 11th day of January
in this^city, for the purpose of
as the road tax is now collected ini of 81 churches and societies or a ' 1902,
Socialists Mass Convention.
electing delegates to the state con­
coin it would be (personal and pro-j grand total of 663 organizations.
M artha M arrs .
Such a showing would indicate
I het
vention. The delegates elected
At 11 mneting of the socinliats of perty) over $5; the tax on ♦660
Ad ministratrix.
----- RESERX’ED FOR-----
that
Christian
Science
is
in
no
undid
by the central committee, it is Harney county held at the court | worth of fence on the leasehold,
sense “worn out.”
|
lerk. f
claimed are anti-Simun-Geer, so house at Burns March 5th Ex­ 1 which would also be taxable as im-
When
the
subject
of
Christian
t
NOTICE.
emocr
we presume the next delegation County J udge C. P. Rutherford j provement on government land, Science came up in the Reichstag
They will have something to say next week.
will be anti-something else At was chosen ohairman of the C. C.. would be $16.50, making a total of the other day, a word cf deep wis-
Is hereby given to whom it may I
j $42 to be deducted from his ♦72,
Committee
and
G.
XV.
Waters
Sec.
any rate it is a glorious muss and
It was decided at this meeting that leaving a balance of $30; but as his 1 dom, suggestive of Gamaliel’s coun-1 concern that by order of the County
never was there so much good
no local ticket would lie put out rental on the laud is |32J per year, | •el to the men of his time, was | Court of the State of Oregon made
work for the democrats in this
for county officers in view of the which must also lie deducted, it spoken by the Imperial» Secretary' and entered July 6th 1902 the nn-}
county in no short a time.
fact that the membership of this would leave just ♦’J lees than noth-j of State, when he said: "I earnestly1 dersigr.ed was appointed adrainis-
The delegates to the county county amounts to about 80 and ing with which to support and edu warn against using the power of | trator of the estate of Janie Shep-
. state against such things.” It is ard dead, and all persons having
convention are ns fodows: Alvord for the further reason that it is not cate a family.
1; Burns, 14; Crane, 3; Callow, the aim of socialiam to get office
No one is more aware of these j certain that whoever truly under- claims against her estate are here-
I hen
1 ; Curry, ,1; Diamond, 2; Drew- but to bring about new and better fai ts than F. C. Lusk and bis stands Christian Science cannot! by notified to present the same to
!
but
hope
to
see
its
benefits
extend
­
idida
the
undersigned
ot
the
residence
of
sey, 4; Harney, 5; Happy 3; Is­ conditions in our government and coterie of cattle kings and land
ed to all mankind, and the Emper­ Walter Cross on Trout Creek in
iject-
magnates,
who
are
howling
so
vo
­
this
they
hope
to
Jo
through
edu
­
land, 2; Lake, 3; Poison creek. 2;
I
coui
or
’
s
reported
intention
to
"take
en
­
this
county
within
six
month
of
ciferously for the lease system.
Pine Creek, 1; Pueblo 1; Silvios, cational work.
ergetic
measures
against
all
fotms
the
date
of
this
notice.
The principal conditions that They well know that if they can get
2; Saddle Butte, 3; Wild Horse,
Dated at Burns, Oregon January
socialists demaud are direct legis this nefarious law enacted that they 1 of obscurantism” will be wel-
Jr Warm Springs, 2.
lation Iniative, and Referendum can freeze out every small man and ' coined rather than opposed by the 11th 1902.
here
L. W. S hepard ,
ami Government owership of pub­ get his homestead for just what­ followers of Christian Science in
d id a
his country, as the mission of its
Administrator. »
DEMOCRATS MEET.
lic utilities. These things the ever they see tit to pay. And in
ject I
«
teachings
is
to
give
light
to
the
«
the
form
of
a
gigantic
cattle
trust
|
Socialists have long demanded and
n cot
«
noth k for publication .
o
Pursuant to call the democratic they care not trough what party or j get possession of this great inland world and make practical the
Land
Oflh
e
at
Burna,
Orcfun,
Feb.
19,
1902
central committee of Harney coun­ parties they couie. It lias Ixen empire of Eastern Oregon, and drive ; Master’s promise "Ye shall know Notice la hereby invert that the following
Dea’ers in
name<l acttler hat tiled ftoticaof his intention
ty met at the court house last charged that the socialists of Har­ } its nearly KXt.lXX) population out oil the truth and the truth shall make to make final pr«M»f In support of hi» claim,
free.
”
and that aaid proof uill be made before the
you
Kcgipter and Receiver a? Burna Oregon, on o
Saturday afternoon. The resig­ ney county would unite for the and away from their homes. Then
> HARDWA-RTn; >
April 21. 1902. via ll<i F.htn No 7*7, of Jfinitu
D avid B. O gden
I .»Iwell, for the N
N w\. -w1, NW'< at <1 I ot
nation of C. L Kenyon, as chair­ purfiow of defeating and electing this great octopus will cease paying
7 S«- 4. T J». •..R .31. E. W M
He tamer
the follow it a wiinrraeato prove hit continu
IVZA.CIEXTTVKSrL’y’ >
man having been previously hand­ certain men at the coming election. rent.on the range, as it will cwn all
una rreidriMv upon and cultivation of aaid
the
meadow
lands,
and
it
being
im
­
It
waa
ataled
at
thia
meeting,
amt
v ii J. F Met til ay. Stm<> Lew ia and F.
O D Rusk was a visitor to our M land,
ed the secretary, it was read and
Rteker. of Ruma, Oregon, aud t aaper Haya,
truthfully, that such was not the possible tiijuse the range without citv thia week.
of Narrow a, Oregon.
accepted. C. XX'. McClain was
G W. llaYga. Rogiater
Crockery, Glassware, ^X^indmills. Pumps, Guns,
esse but that the socialists would hay for wintering, they will virtual­
elected his successor. The atfau
ly
have
a
clear
title
to
the
whole
vote perfectly independent accord­
Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Paints, Doors
w ,1» in tn.11 ked c ontl.nl to the pi o- ing to their individual ideas for tin inland empire.
c ecchngs of the republican com­ best tasn regardless of party natues
Windows, Garden Seeds Etc. >
>
jt
The merchant and the artisan
mittee winch met in the forenoon.
...AND...
will
have
to
“
pull
their
freight,
”
ns
G. W . XX aterr and Harry Briscoe
Sole agenta for Rider-Ericaeon Engines.
The committee was very har­ were selected as delegates to the the saying gwi. and where the
monious. l‘he business was taken state convention to be held al Port­ thriving inland towns now stand
Only Tin Shop in Harney County
up and disposed of in a short time. land March t9lb.
and happy ixiuilies gather round
terel
the
hearthstone,
will
t>e
transformed
The
Burns
Baud
turned
out
and
Several of the preciiH'ts were
date
Afford» the people o( East and Central Oregin all the opportnnitv of a
tir.t cla»s modern Bus»«»»»» Colle»-. It ia a home institution covering
not represented on account ot the cheered us with some gtkxi music. into cowsheds, tbs church t>si'i that
ct to
•very course involved in Buaineea College work
Its rates are the same
1 here was Mme good speech making now calls the busy throngs to their
cou
conditions of the roads.
• a euarge-t el-e. here and the umtb.xts are the same fttndenta admitted
The primaries were set for ami though not of an eloquent or places of worship will be unheard,
»1 any Drue
(natrfietion al the Colle», ot bv mad. During the aumlWOT
Tuesday, .March 25, ut < o'clock flowery nature, was to the point unless it should be used for a dance
« otifli« IL«
wi.l cundart a
And thus our first public meeting hall for a few scattering vaqueros
p. m. and the contention to lie
•reb,
while not largely atlsnbed, |uwr»l who tend the cattle kings' vast
held in Burns on Apiil 2, at 9.30
late
cmmer
ormal chool
off pleasantly and was enjoyed bv herds, or per chance it might make
a. m.
rer,
those preeeut.
a giwxi stable for cow ponies.
For tract.ers ate! other* who -lesirv a reviewing or preparatory rowrre
pubi
The representation given each
Tboee are the conditions and
G. XV. W ate as.
F°r •
' of pen work, and full iuiur>uatiou on Busioeee Col lege ant-
precinct was two delegates at
*M*y. those are the facts, plain, cold and
large and one tor every 15 vutes
unvarnished—and they cannot be
rehj
ot major fraction, (or Thou. G
Everv man, woman and child truthfully refuted. Therefore there
late
Grein fot tupíeme Judge, cast al who appreciate music should at­ is nothing remarkable in the fact
aubj
the Jtfie election. The total num­ tend the cantata "Phylis. the Farm- that the common people who un-
ican
ber I'hdelvgat«a to the convention rr's Daughter.” at Floral Hall deratand the situation should op­
willbeOt as follows: Burns It; next Friday evening This pro­ pose it as a unit Neither is there
llainuj. 4; Ihewsey. JiCurrv, j; duction will be the first real treat anything remarkable in tlie fact
■elx
Diamong, 3; Saddle Butte, 3; in that line since ljueen Esther” that every bueineea man in Burns,
was
|
mii on several rears ago
Se
V-
with
the
exceptnwi
of
one.
sh»-uld
ate
J; Alvoid, 3; Lake, 3;
erai who took part in “Esther” are aptieai to our metropolis. Portland
su?J
k
3; Wild llorse J; Poo,si
also cast in ibis and we have no to assist us in protecting .»or homes,
can
■ r< lain A Blrt» Proprietors.
Burns. Orerò«
Cttck. 4j Island, j; Silvios, 3;
hesitencv in recommending it I to families and property.
Pine creek, 4; U’atlow, 2; Pueble», our readers as first Cass and 1
sure
Thia Stable is lented ee tks enmer sf First and R Fervete, and keep« W
But why don’t the settlers utilise
J. XX ■ '•pt .
to plvase.
and frais va hand Has rempetent k«lp. Rant a Job Wagen. Takeaf»»*»-
tuetr farms fur farming pur;»«««
rets te anv part oft?
ïhc ïiîncs-lhrafd
SAME OLD STAN])
Best of Winter Wearables
CITY MEAT MARKET
Your patronage solicited
Harry C. Smith
Contractor and Builder
Txfy Specialties are
Brick Laying and Plastering
MILLER & THOMPSON
:
GEER & CUMMINS.
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
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