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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
'4 . 1 HOD OF CATTLE RAISING ’* f wh it the price of meat has been AV. M. Cronil. II. ’>'• J Sisson. Don
TMTED STATES BAND OFFICE, f
f. A j
BL’K.V.'*, Ore.. June 12, l?U2.i
to ti.u consumer, the prices paid to Gould,
D AV Def-nbaugii.
Is now arriving and we arc now prepared tn lbowQU, J
X. !!(«!• herehv given that APert 8. SAvaln
Intention to ninkv final proof
the catt.e dealer» have been small
e, buruB Oregon «>n Tuef4ay. the 15th
enough to leave them u bare mar Frank Adrian, flag-" J’ibcr'.', C., l. t.* d
fay of Julv, 1.02. un t!;;ib«?r rhlturi* application
( .i.-r-luf!. il fr'-ri, first page
. fur L« '8 1 uud _ »-id j X L1 j . f beefiun
gin of profit to their business in AV Cawfichl, Cha‘ M A’. Seed.
I -l* i^t
E. M. M
Nûtic» is herehv given that on I!e i.Miiws ■ I ui - uitnefc«»*6 Fred
"Then they conceived the ideu .if sinie v>ais ar.d leaving them to
.1 < I I X > *» » fc I»
In lines not heretofore carried in stock. The latest J
Wednesday, the 9th day of July. of LuAveu, 'Jrvgun.
crossing th« hardy plains cattle foot losses in utners.
W m . F abre , Remitter.
dress patterns SHOES, HOSE.Ü
lutely at the mercy of the packing titled court for the licen-e as speci
candidatt fine animals were imported from
Hne of FRESH GROCERIES is complete A
England and sold at almost fabu- houses. If an owner, independent fied in this petition.
BUr.l«ir r n cni.c.
Our old patrons are invited to calk . Hi
I Ions prices. The purpose was t„ of the packing houses in the matter
iiicreaS" the beef-producing qualit of loans upon his cattle, sought to
] |,v virtue of nn Ex-
¿3 ZD A T .
ies of range stock but the effect evade their clutch.» he found him
.tion in Foreclosure
Foreclosure and an Order
, this audition of finely matured cat-
TN’ITEI) eTiTÌ' I AND 'J FI« E
■ -1 ■1
* r -
BfKNà, "re . May ;.l. i. !. i
II Jo would have in th«- rustling ket hi» lieeveg. Cattle, as you know,
Court of the State of Oregon for
«-nnrot affidavfr ha 'iijr
M. F itzgerald , P hesidint
F. S. R ieder , S ec T ar .
qualities of their progeny was not must be marketed immediately on fl!t <1 Fufficient
u . -
11 irney County Muring date the*
in thin offic «• by J I.Ei<
am. uzniiif** H«>me*teaii E -trv No. ■ . I
lak.m into consideration. At the
February 27, la: >. fur W 2 N’W\. \V'a x > W’u, 16th day of May, 1902, and to me
, A ttorneys
Ct’iHl 24. toWhübip 21. M.il.l h range _7 t nM. by
banks, the men who owned cattle City or Chicago, the great cattle b' Kut.ert
M. Baker, <■.ititestee. in w hi> ■h . Uai- directed and delivered on said day,
t that Eniryiuun Robert M
in the e rlv ’'os had unlimited markets of the country. Every lece
never reside«! upon fahl land »»«<! hu»
m a certain cause wherein M. F.
The ilaily ni a -papi i> continue ■ ri dit. The unfortunate individual hour stock i.« kept in the yards de failed to improve • ■ i - cultivate rhe c. •• .r a
¡.••rit.d <»f aix manti 1.8 next prior r«> the rtii?.*« of Kohler was plaintiff a>-d Frank C.
Htii‘1 entry «.tiiti l.a>- r<-
to ihange tignil a regulär y ori who owned r«ai estat" was out of preciates its value, and the combin thia uffi'lHvir: th«’
1N CO] < L’OIi AT EL).
Sells, A Venator and
moved Lorn the stc ate of or-zon. hi <l ihui fai<! Eister, F.
the fni'i land is no’ <!ue
■ thè vote for gov.inor, Imi fico luck for no bank would bign him ation between the packinghouse ali«*ued ttbfiem* ? f r< on
t i Li« emj.loyrnetii
i'he Citizens Hank were defendants
Abstracts Furnished and Title Guaranteed
Stu'eg. ¡»'iiM parties ar •
E, Chamberlain show« up at the inv money. But one idea prevail men nt these yards, as charged in Corpß of the Unit ed appear,
reip.tnd und oiler upon a Judgment rendered in said
hereby notified to
touching « ih :<1 «
To all Lands in Harney C'ountr
ligi t end vvilh thè tìgurtj. on the ed II. the w at mid that was to get I speeificalioiia six of the suit filed evidence
a. tn. on July
bei»:«.- th»* Ru;t>rer and .- 'iirt and cause in favor of th<* said
Receiver at the United Slates Land i offlet in
.1 Imneh of cattle. Gnce they got against the packers by the govern Buri
l ight side of thè li-ngi r.
plaintiff and against the Deft.
said coiitt-itHT t. havii'tr in a pn j • - aificn-
them they believed themselves ment. was worked to a fine finish v;r. Th« filed
May :;1,Im .set f rth fartt v.hi< b M ioav Frank C. Filter for the sum of
af»er due di Eixen«-«: j'Tb. -al ► •■-vile* of
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Office in Bank!
day after duy, month after month ihn»
this notice cannot !<• ma l«1, it is hereby or il(>8f 19 with 10 per cent interest
The indiativi- a ni refeivndum <■ imlurtably fixed for life.
and direct“«! tha' •’! it nutlet* be jdveii
ami year after year, making the dered
by due and proper piit>M«*a?iuii
Rl'RH To BLY CATTLE.
thereon from April 28th 19u2 and
amendment «arridi at thè recent
M. FARBE, Register.
pak< rs millionaires, and giving the Firt-t publication Maj VS .1.
----- attorney fees and a Judg-
i lei timi liy a “<>< d hi;; vote and
“Weatlliv tenderfeet rushed in growers hut scant return in their
no-nt against the said Deft. Frank
is now a law.
l iii. «vili yive ‘he like moths t<> a i audio. '1 hey did t business. The cattle growers get '
C. Fister and in favor of Deft A.
control of aliali- in thè liands of know tin- differì nee between a Tex- no benefit out of the exorbitant,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Venator for the num of 11418.98
P. G. SMITH, Propt.,
a Hereford bull, But price- that tire charged consumers
thè pcople limi will la- f-.uinl at-
t NITED STATES LAND OFFH F.
with interest thereon from April
to get into
BERN’S, Gie.. May .4, 1902.»
On the contrary, the high prices re-1
hereby given that I mlerit k W. 2Sih 190i) and •'¡93 00 attorneys fees
business, in which
were he- i ( act upon the
■ j Del.endnn if n.of
cattle grower in the
S'ii.1- ìc«*. . ««regoli. iniFfi i'tì noti«e
_ pi ni un bi8 «lesert-lai.d •both of said Judgments being dock
of iuichtion to make
coming rich over
and I'lg decreased consumption of beef
claim. Xo. ¿»t .. - i.r thè S'2 N’W„ W12
At the late range horses are •uiinpahivH were d< claring dividend» ,
sa '4, section 9. tou iiship 1 t«>u !.. IUBI.’“
eted in the office of the County Clerk
"if the government succeeds in east, W. M.. bef* •re thr Iii-mn > r litui K - eiwr
lining sold in this -i-rtnm it will of 25 per cent. Book accounts hud 1
«it Burns. tJreg« •li, od .-a ur<lay,the óthtluyvf ot Harney Countv oil the 5th day of
breaking us» tlm conspiracy, which July, >902.
not lie long Lei.ue the lange will not iitll' ii into disrepute und were;
ing i'n«>M«-'i to prove
lie Dailies the
undoubtedly exist» and lias existed the com pie e irr<ga loti HUd ree nninfion «>f .Al.i> 1902 mid it being ordered
> '. .»f l'aiiliua,
depleted and give loom for stock í I still accep ed in lieu of an actual
Bit id laii'i: A L. ■fu -ki
for the past ten or more year» Oregon; J. L. >niiih, «»' ! ■ i .un, «>rti.«»u; l i rem th.U the foiio.ving described
g. real ■ . ’perty b- sold upon execu
of more value. The priivs paid
, h M tally of the herd w hich wis bought. | [ among the packing houses of Oma- Robert Stoi.er, of >U| .»•< . <1
ot .‘■uplee, Oregon.
are very satisfactory and horse Only a small percentage of the new i j ha, Chicago and Kansas City it will
tion to wit: the N irlii Half of the
cattle owners knew anything prac place the cattle growing business
South-east quarter, the Soule east
men consider tlirmsehcs luck’ .
tically about the busines», but they' [ of the west in tl.e lu st condition
quarter of the North-west quarter
Petition for Liquor License.
.ill talked learnedly about it Mil-’ L'ind upon the firmest basis that it
mid the south -west quarter of the
From the number of windmills
li( ns of doliufs were recklesaly in [ has ever been in since its inception
North-east quarter of Sec 4 in Tp.
;;oiug up thin so .isun Burns will
To the Honorable County Court 26 S.. Il 35 E W. M , in Harney
vested in blooded cattle, all unusu-
anon have some very beautiful i (I to exposure, and left to rustle ; thirty years ago.”
of Harney Comity. Oregon;
i County, Oregon, and that ths pro
Draw* plan, makes estimates, ete. Buildings put up witbintkl
yards anti homes. Many have for a living in the open plains like
We, tie- undersigned petitioners, ceeds of such sale tie applied first
residents, taxpayers and legal vot to th ■ expenses of sale, second to figures given in estimates.
put out trees shrubsand seeded the wild, thrifty western cattle.
lawns tins season to add comfort
‘ The first intimation of lurking [ Ata meeting of the subscribe re ers of Wild Horse precinct, Harney tile payment of Atty, fees and Judg
c >unly, Oregon, most respectfully ment of A A’enatur and third to the
and beauty lotheir residence pro danger came in ths winter of 1881. Ito
the fund for the Fourth of July
I'lie ( ii.'on was severe and many I celebration, held at the court house petition your Honorable Court to satisfaction of the Judgment of
, cattle were <.n the dead list In the I ! last AA’tdnesday evening.the finance grant a license to Scheubner liras, plaintiff herein.
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spring in the following winter a ’* [ committee formerly appointed re- to sell spirituous, malt and vinous
Notice is hereby given that I will Brick and lime always on hand at the yard.
The celebration program being
t remendoUH setback came. Few of
" I I ported $505 subscribed and since I liquor» in less quantities than one on Monday the 23rd 'day of June
arranged will cover a period of
the happy owners,a» they luxuriat (;i|al (Inte Ilh()Ul $._>5 h)|!) bccn ud(jei|
gallon in paid precinct for a period 1902, at 2 o’clock p. m. of said day,
linee days anil consist of base
| ed in the aristocratic clubs or bask- I
at the front dour of the Court House j
ball games, liii v de races and i d in the ji vs of Paris, London or 1 to the amount. The following com of »IX months from July 2. 1902:
F Miranda. G Lorenzana, I N
spoils of all kind, with perhaps a 'New York, realized that a mantle |
Grin ral arrangemi ills— II M. Colthurst, Lon J Bosenberg, .-A deserilied real property to the high
balloon a-ien.sion for July |tli and iof heavy snow cloaked with ice'
I Horton, Isaac Schwartz, V N Coch-. I.undin. Robert Doan. .1 E Carlson, est and best l.'.diii r for c: sli in hand
5th. It will be the most interest covered the western plains, shutting I 1 rane.
AV E Alberton. t'h.irh.- Turner, M to satisfy sii.d Judgments together
ing celebration ever given in out even their hardiest cattle from
Fireworks—I S Geer, Eiumit| A Modi . AV S Smith. AA’ Ward, F . with accruing costs.
Misienanee. In the spring the ex Reed. John Budelinan.
I, Redon, Frank Larson, T I Lit
Dated this 16th mi v of May 1602. ■
tle. I’ Andriee.
tent of the destruction was »Udpect- ,
Program—L AVoldenherg Jr, N U
G eo . S helley , |
given that on
'.d by some, hut fully realized by Carpenter, tills Remboid.
The next legislaltire will be
Wednesday, the 2d <!av of July,
; none. The spring 'roundup praett-
Music—A C AVelcome, Julian 1902. we will apply t > the above By S am M otkkrshead , Deputy.
republic.m b a big majority. A
----- RESERVED FOR-----
I eally told the tale in carcasses scat-
entitled court for th. license as
Byrd, Dr. Brownton.
VL S. Senattor is to be elected
! teri-d everywhere, tn poor weak
Sports—Rol;t AA ater.*, Len AA’.l-l specified in this petition.
mid aside iioin that little cl.se will
cows and thu comparatively small ton, lames Donegon.
SciiEt hner B ros .
il> printing—The Times-Herald
be done, taking former “scraps” [percentage of calves. In the fall
T iny will h ive -• >:n thing to say next wu k.
as a iritcruin. T. T. Geer is not the beef roundup completed the
Geary, A. L. Hunter.
wanted for senator, but lit- will story.
have enough support to deadlock
*' i'ben prices fell and steers real
F O Jackson, Chas Brittingham.
the business and a merry time ized 50 per cent less than the pre
jí l v a
The funds were ap]>ortioned as
vious war. The fatal fact then
w ill «ci tainly follow.
follows: $100 for balooi; ascension,
staring the stockmen in the face,
♦200 baseball games and minor
that the ranges were not inexhaus
Is again turning out lumber and shingles.
Sjiorts; $150 fireworks, und $50 fur
Fhe two convicts Tracy and
tilde,and that they were over crowd
Met i il, w Im < -caped fi out the
ed. Wire fence» w -rv bit upon na
in sufficient quantity to fill any sized bill.
< >i spun iienitenli.il i last Aloud.iv
the panacea in many quartern and
small orders given special attention.
after killing linee guards and m,my thousand dollar, were inves- vuting Gcntcst for Goddess of Liberty.
wounding a Ide piisoner who at tedin ei elo.-ing the goveri.iu. nt
Richardson & James, blarney, Oregon
The committee on sports has de- [
tempted to stop them, aie giving land». The wire fences brought
,tided to have a voting contest i
the | o-s- a livclv cluise.
I bex the stockmen in conflict with
among the young ladies for the
held up two ol the p. .-.-e one I nele Sam. and nl.-o «ail.-ed Con lionrr of Goddess of Liberty and
» J f
JOHN 1» DALY. PiiEsmF.ST
¡ HANK It.COFFIN. V ice P ui . mu . kt
lituo*, took then te.im .uni tireaims stant clashing bvtwc. n the small Angel of 1’easo.
.md got avvav. It is lepoitcd they .ettlers anil the big stockmen,
The young lady receving the lar
aie sun ounded .mil a baltlei- ex
gest number of votes will be the
pected. This n ll>e III st attempt stantly decna-i <1 on the cattle mar Goddess of Liberty and the next
ket until nob ’ ly willingly touched
to escape fieni the peuitentiari
[largest will be Allgel of Peace
Accounts of Corporations» Firms rnj Individuals Solicited«
cattle coiupni.v stock or prop*-it.
since the c.ulv "So’s. The life
with n forty-foot pole.
riiompsons and Geo AA'. AValers A
piis.ini wliowa- :L Iliad Al e.l-
ter, J^hncr S^ohhins,
Jt. Wilh’ams, J".
TR W-'H IOX TO
Bro’s store*. Votes will lie five
S3. S'. Ciden, 9//. ^i'/ojeander,
* l i.der th< sv radical comlitiun» a , cents e.ieh and all voting will close
1 radical change took pl ico in the June 30. List of contestant» below
N. C. CARPENTER. Cashier.
M.n and women nccil some
Crockery, Glassware, Windmills, Pumps. Guns
cattle business in tl-o w -t. T ne to date:
thing to love and something to
big outfit» or cattle comp «nies Bertha AA'iliiauiS .......................... 1.5
Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Paints. Docfi
hope for, sivs Edward Markham
’owning l'l.ttOO io ItX'.tKtO head of Ethel 8»gyr».
in the Filgiim. But under Illis cattle in the prosperour era of Hie Lyda Sagers
Windows, Garden Seeds Etc.
love am! this hope lies the bread Inisine-s were sucre.led by »mall Myrtle Jameson . .
Sole agents for Rider-Ericsson Engines.
and Initter question -telribh I'rac-,owner«, whose holdings ran from a Dora Caldwell . . .
tical am! It i tibie per-i-tent.
\n-i lew hundred head up to »«yerai
Only Tin Shop in Harney Count-.
lind«« this bi eul a id bult.-r ques- I tlmu«.»nd« It was hardpan and Maud Norton ...
lion lies a right ns old a» the ' i lose figuring for all the owner». Frankie Shelley
A!f r !« thè peopi» ol Ei«l «nò ■ ■ rtral (•-»« ■ all the eppnrtwnity of a
world ami as d< ep ns I t.* i self I b.g »nd little, and it was during A .. .a M ace
.: rn B.i-.r,
Ba- ; — -■* *
j -, li It i» is a » h, ’■■•«:» nstilnlion covering
the right to work
eiery con:*» iuvolved in Botine»« College w..rlt Vs rate» are the same
Frankie Stenger . .
ha« a rieht to expti -« in art am!
n» e .«• ned -e« h»r» and III» metbod« ara tb» «ani», Sin lent« «dm it ted
the "Bic Four,' got their tentacle» R..«e Rutherford
«tany I me. In»tru. t-on al ih» l Ul«g • or b» mail. During the summer
so entwined al>ou. the range cattle laris Baker
li otiti « 111» College » di conduci a
, li'.isines* i>* to rnab'e them to Flo.enee Baker . .
. until be äs
| gr nluallv expand until, a* the l»s-f
end, of l.dmr
PETITION FOR LIQlOg LICENSE.
nions, lalxir truet,' tliev have eornere.1 lhe en
er» an.! others who >!<■• re » reviewing or prepa’atorv ronr«e.
an.l a little tire cattle growing, marketing and
-ns ol pen work, »nd f ill lol •rinaiiou on B i*ine-s College sub-
To the Honorable County Court
Iri'iit r — H the fei 'm • •>( t< d n m,l I rela.liiH; i-uatl-tn o’- the United
the te ar ní t< morrow, twin tei- State«,
of Harney County Oregon.
tlDu l><’ Bt'g< ,i i m iti^-how
"The packing houses secured
We, the andemigned petitioners,
d lilt (r< t and « ,i< vf tin their first hold upon th» lw»f grow residents, taipaver« and legal v< t-
• lot'w l . <1 out. ers I y 1 vaning them int'iiay. Agents er» of Ihiet.Io precinct. Harney
ilespair iin«l of lb» big packing rompanir». prac- County Stale of Oregon nvo«t r* f
Id be wash* licsl »1. hr.ien, travel.<1 through
• pectine!» petition your HoMtrable ,
out the w. «t<>rn beef-griiwing c win Court to grant a iis-ense to Sani
try and. through 'h» agency of Io- Hall to »eil rpiritiou« malt and
■li trum the
,.d hacks, mad« loan* upon the .«nd V .n.uis liquors in h-»s quanti
tlnng brr4» of callksiuen. large «nd «niall ties than one gallon tn said previn. t
an.| it w«« but a short tiui - until tor a i*tKwi of oue year from July
Net lain a Birg* Proprietor«
th* packing hoi«»* men bsd rn »tf- 9th 1M9
g ,". « on ■ i.ri h I of e .tth III the
TI • i*'.’n'-*at 1 on the correr ef Fust sad R Street*
• bam. J.»h‘
lb lina. Il J
F iw J Catlo*
J F.« -
: '■ ' ; . F ns s J -S AV a
re r» te sur psrt of th» Coantry.
ZSastexn. Oregon. Titl«
CITY M AT MARKET
Fresh Beef Pork, etc. in any quartity desired* fe
Boicgna and Sausage of all kinds always on
Your patronage solicited.
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
}ify Specialties are.^
Erick Laying and
MILLER & THOMPSON «•
Richardson & James’
First Nation! Bank
OF BURWbS, ORECOKc
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
THE CAPITAL SALOON.
GEER & CUMMINS^
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