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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1902)
ULLMAN ö CO.
... TasHeaable tailors...
ARE NOW ON EXHIBITION
AT OUR PLACE
will pay you to examine the line and make selection of »
...NEW — ’ ’
YOU WILL FIND THE PRICES MOST REASONABLE.
' Alva Springer was seen on our
B ors —To Mr. and Mrs. Geo Fry.
Oct. 7, a girl.
To «him it inav concern: N.'tiie
Dr. Ida B-hrendt comes highly i Geo. James was a busitt: -s visitor
is hereby given that the under
signed lias purchased from the ad
Roy Bunyard and «if* were visi ministrator of the estate of Abner
A. L. Vanderpool whs over fr* tn
tors from Cow creek one day this Robbins, deceased, all the interest
Silver creek during the week.
Affvrtla the people oi East and Central Oregon nil the opportunity of a
■ of said estate in the firm of Daly A
B orx —To Mr. and Mss. W. o
lirst-elass modern Business College. It is a home institution covering
The Citizens Business College , Robbins, of Drewaey, Oregon, and
White on Oct. 7. a 101b son.
every course involved in Business College work
Ila rates are tlm same
will open for the coming school that he is now sole owner of the
as eluuxed et-ew heie and the methods are the same. Students admitted
D. A. Cawlfield was a pleasant
year on Monday, Oct. 20 The pro business formerly owned by said
al any time. Instruction i.t the College or bv mail. During the summer
caller at this ofliee Tuesday.
gram of opening exercises will ap Daly o: Robbins. Bv the terms of
iroullia the College will conduct a
Scott Haley was doing business pear next week.
said sale John D Daly assumes all
in our city one day this week.
Geo. W. Cone, of McMinville. ac the liabilities of said firm and all
II irvey Muller was up from Nar companied by his family consisting debts ami accounts are now due and
For teachers mu! others who desire a reviewing or preparatory course.
rows the first of the week on land of wife and two daughters, arrived payable to said John D Dalv.
For aptcimens of pen work, and lull infoimillion on Business College sub*
Dated at Drewaey, Oregon, this
business He was accompanied by here this week and occupy C H
Leonard's residence on the hill 1st day of Septembor, 1902
Jonx D. D aly .
Jeff Cawlfield left here yesterday Mr Cone comes with the intention
for the Stauffer ranch on Crane
Z3- ulxxx S, Oxegfexx.
creek where he goes to take charge
A B. Mason and wife and little
of it for C R Peterson who recently daughter were arrivals on the Can In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Harney.
bought the Stauffer real estate.
yon Burns stage last Uedneeday
O ptial —Scientific fitting of Their many frieDils in Burns are
glisses by Dr. Ida Behrendt, of the
Albert Lewis, Defendant. \
Baker City Optical Company. Ex spend several weeks here visiting
To Albert Lewis the above named
TRISCH A DONEGAN, Proprietor».
amination free. At the Cottage Mrs Mason’s mother, Mrs. Tupker Defendant:—In the name of the
Hotel, Burns, October 13, for one and other relatives.
State of Oregon, yon are hereby re
' Dr H. M. Horton returned home quired to appear and answer the
E P. Smith brought some very- Wednesday evening from a hurried complaint filed against joti in the
fine apples to this office this week visit to Portland where he went to above entitled suit within six weeks
that were raised on the home place purchase a new engine and boiler from the date of the first publication
below town. Mr Smith says they for the Electric Light & Power of this summons; and if you fail so to
have raised fruit every year with I Co. The big 70-horse power engine answer or appear, for want thereof,
the exception of one for the past j and boiler are now at the road and the Plaintiff will apply to the Court
I teams will leave in a few days to for the relief prayed for in Plain
bring in the new machinery.
tiff's complaint herein, to-wit:—
Some sneak thief has bursted
SHI3VG H j EJX z TIT .T »
1— For a decree of Court dis
open a window at Floral hall where
solving the marriage contract here
Is a**ain tinning out lumber and shingles.
Harry Smith has his grain stored Main St. and First St. with cottage tofore existing between Plaintiff
rough lumber of al! kinds, moulding, and shingles in stock
and he is five sacks of wheat short. on each, one barn. Four lots with and Defendant, :.nd for the care
in sufficient quantity to fill any sized bill.
Burns is not the place it was once orchard of pear, apple and cherrie, ami custody of the minor children
small orders given special attention.
of PlaintiU'and Defendant.
we are sorry to say and we hope currents A gooseberries bearing,two
Richardson & James, Harney, Oregon.
2— For Plaintiff’s costs and dis
the theif is detected.
bursement:! expended in this suit,
gating ditch. Also one lot with ami for such other and further re;
Wagons, wagons; We will sell
C. li- VOEGTLY.
C. E KEN YOM.
building, good loca lief as to equity may pertain.
you a Mitchell, Rushford or Web
This is published by order of
tion. Terms: One third cash with
ber Farm Bed Wagon;
Hon II. C. Leyens, Judge of the
3J gteel Skein
$ 85 00 two years for balance in equal year County Court of Harney County,
90 00 ly payments at 8 per cent. For Oregon, duly mndo and entered on
105 00 particulars call at this office.
the 27, day of September., 1902,
Send your orders to us, O. C. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lewis ar which order directs this publication
A. J. Johnson, of Scio, special rived home Tuesday afternoon from to be made in The Tinies-liernld a
weekly newspaper of general circu
Crockery, Classica re, Tinware, Cuttlery, Farm
bank examiner for this state, was Lakeview, having been summoned lation
in said County and State for
Implements, Windmills, Pumps, Paint,
here a few days this week inspect i by ’phone to the bedside of their six consecutive weeks; yon will
Oil, Doors, Windows, Etc., Etc.
ing the First National Bank of daughter, Mrs. Henry Vulgamore, further take notice that the date of
Burns. lie found it in first-class wlio has been seriously ill. Mr. the first publication hereof is Sept
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condition and the books in fina Lewis informs us that his brother 27. 1902.
E. V. at Lakeview had to be taken
!.. K. ..till I IN
V. 11. STAPI.ER
the asylum to be treated, but I
AV. II. Cecil and family returned
Tuesday from a visit to relatives that it was thouzht his mind was
and friends in Linn county. They only temporarily unbalanced and
were accompanied by Mrs. Cecil’s he would toon r<cov»r. Mrs Vul Notice is hereby given that by
brother Z. l’> Moss. Mr Cecil in gamore is impreving and her Older of the Hon County Judge of
the County of Harney, State of : DRY GOOD, LADIES and GENTS
forms us his little daughter will speedy recovery ¡6 looked for.
Oregon, dated the fifth day of Sept. ;
again attend school in Burns this
1902 th*- undersig-ied was appoint
ed Executor of the last «ill and
We make a Specialty of
teetiment of Thoa B. James de<-,d
The Times Herald has been fa
Harney county has hern very
All persons having claims against
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES
vored with a “sample copy” of flour I fortunate in the range troubles. the said Thos I! Jaint-a dec'll will I
One Price to All. Mail Orders Solii iteri.
made by Joel Sturtevant at bis [The cattle and sheep men have present such claims duly verified ii
flouring mill from Harney valley I been law-abiding and no clash had as by lay required to the un*l»r- i:
wheat. It is good in every parti i been reported until recently when > signed at the James ranch at Ilar-
I ney, Harney County, Oregon or at
cular and Mr. Sturtevant will have j J. II. Oard’s sheep were fired into the office of my Atty, Thornton
no t-ouble of disposing of all he can on the range a few weeks ago l Williams at. Burns within six (G)
FOUND ON THF STRITI
turn out. Many dollars go out of Last Monday a second report came months from the experation of this
this county every year for flour that j in that something like 200 shots
should be spent at home. If the were fired by unknown parties in to run from the fifth hu t publica
tion of ths same, on the 1 ltii day of
farmers will raise the wheat the the vicinity of Geo. Page's sheep Oct. 1902.
Burna flouring mill will do the rest. on the range east of Trout creek.
G eorge L. J ames .
Say, did you notice the window Sheriff Allen went to the scene at
at Geer A Cummins? There is the once but did not see Mr Page nor
1 nstrtiiiK nt Strings
finest display of guns and fishing could be obtain much information NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Brush
tackle ever seen in Bums. Double as the sheep had been moved from
UN1TKD STATFS LARD OFFH E,
barrelled shot guns, Winchester that section. He found that the
nr RNR. Ort . October
Notice 1» hereby given that the foilouing
J. T. OARRKTT
and Marlin repeaters, rifies, gattling shots were fired from a distance of named
ge tlrr I> mm flh-d noth e of hil Ift entiori
1.» make fir nl proof m ntipprnl of c I m I mi . nn»l Tooth Brush
guns, popguns and any old thing about GOO yards end from bullets that
»Hid j roof util be made before the Regin »r
NEW FEED BARN.
!<e( elver at Huriif, Ora<ou< on Novamber Nail
These are l>eing sold at reduced dug out of the ground around the and
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ltd Entry No I t«e. ,,f J«..«-ph w
A- GARRET, P rops .
prices and the sportsman who don’t
8.1 E W M
SOI Til MAIN STREET.
take advantage of it is loser. Better sized guns were used. No sheep He nan on 'he following wltnera* a to p • o e Hair
¡were killed but two. horses were of aald land, viz: ',e. r^e' a'ea Wjllmm 'l Gate», Lather *•
Thia barn has just been com
drop in today.
Ge. rgc I. Bnchat.&n anil Fred llainea, al of
shot. We are sorry that such a Hart ev, on gur.
pleted unit my patrons will bo
V. 4 h ARRE, KeM»ta
China Tom was taken before the
state of affaire exist and hope that
well treated. Horses entrust-
county board yesterday on a charge
<•<1 to me will receive the best
it will be stopped at once, as the
W at ell
of insanity. Upon examination
destruction of life and property is MOTILE FOR PUBLICATION. Guitar
of care. Hay 25 cents
Dr. Marsden found the poor boy
not the way to settle such matters
UM itku sta T ks lamp o»ri> f . i Mandolin
BALED HAY FOR HALE.
■omewhat un ler the weather from
IH.'KN-, ore , heptembwr
a a Your Patronage Solicited.
Itofire i» hereby k ■* < n that In compliance Banjo
various ailments and decided it
with the t»rovi»i».i ■ .( the a< t of Uonffr«*»* of
E stra YED—At Crane creek on June 3, 1 7*. entitled ' A :t a« ’ for the »aleof ’Irn Blue Vitrol
best to treat him a few days before
Iscr laud» In the »tat< ■ of < alifomia, ors-r* i», Copperas
Neva»!« and Waahir «ton I« rrits.ry, an •'«tend
the board passed on the matter June 20, One black horse weight cd
to all >he public land »tat»-«« bv •« t of Aniruct Sulphur
IW2. Nimrod < omeaja. *>f FirIL rot:r>ty of Cream Tartar
finally. In the meantime Tom is about 1100ft branded circle Son 4. Harner,
ffate of G m « o La» tul» da> I. -I in
otto e hi« aworu r’ati iino-t No 1*1. f**i lh«* Hods
boarding with Sheriff Allen at the right hip ace of clulei of left ahould- thf»
tur» ha»*- of the W*,
,. N F* 4 w W 4 **f »«■*•»|<>n
o JU in T*swi ahio 2ft M , Kanaa No *4 F. W. M. Truss
county jail. Tom says there are er. One brown mare weight about and
will offer »root to allow That the land »on ¿id Sweet Oil
ia more valuable for ita timber or »'one than for
same people after him with a rope
affdeultural purpoiw». and fo«ataMlah Lie* laii« Hpts Nitre
t«» sal<l lar d t>e f*»r*- «he R«, m a'er and
to hang him, claiming he had bind leg.
f'atii F isk , Proprietor.
thia office a' Burr», oreffon. on *r.turdav, th*» Paregoric
A suitable reward will l>e given €th day of |>rcomber. I’«»2
Esseiu e Vanilla Insei t 1 Powder
choked a boy to death. He says
H< Dim»» aa witneea« ■ Antone Effll, of Efll,
Thi, rhnp hr,, jrrrt hrrn oprnrS tu *Ax
Lemon Bedbug Poison
Th*«mra Aller, Hmun izcwla and T
he never saw the people before and for their return to I.awen or Burna <>reg«*n.
<»arrett. all of Burna, O-* Ki/n
pirbt" *in</ so/..
fhrir e ,>J th, patronage
A D L ytle . Lawen, Ore.
is perfectly willing to be locked up
abf»ve da»- rlhod land» are r«e|»i«a*e<) to n e their Pens
r'alma In ih>* office on or t»ef»»fe »a 1*1 ffth day of
iu jail so that they cannot get him.
Wtf FA fl RE. ftpffiater.
It is possibly only a temporary
NOTICE TO CREDITOR«
up to date
disorder of bis brain caused by
NOTICE Fort PUBLICATION. Fish Lin*
Oregon for Harr.ey County.
Diamond Dye Halve
Bookkeeper I. II. Holland, of the In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph
t'MirsawrATr.« «.Avnorvicr. » Pills
SI RS-*. Ore
». ivo? i
P. L. 8. Co., received a letter from
I» b*rehy giren that Daniel N. Varíen Glue
I'll* wing • >um
C. C. Killburn Monday evening
h»> fHr«1 rodi«-« « f hi» lnf*-nti«>ti t«* nak» Hr ai
Notice is hereby given that by ■»roof
IL>re the K*r »^er and RerR ver at th« Hvringe
stating that I»u Scott, foreman on order of the aboie name Court the I*. M 1 ad <1 Offi*-«, Hnrna, GfreMffl, «» W«4 m *« Tooth Picks
day th«* 22d dey •»< <x»«»t*r. IWJ «»n
the Harper ranch in Malheur coun undersigned ha« been appointed ♦ »»r* «pr.f* «IJ*,» N., W f rr th* NF*. nf ««-rtf. Prescription
N*. 9 I « T«xi>ehif> N«. 73 ff K No n K
> « *n e hi riffa
ty, had been shot by an employe, Administratrix of the above named lie name»
” rari h Jamal* a Ginger '!aehine Oil
»«■«»! w \ |>]xtiattiiH
Estate, said order being dated Oct
but it waa thought the wound 9 1902. All persons having claim, !•». aU of Burna. Oreg«/n
Th— xsal M
rr«>p »i h the »trongret
W m F a tee R«Bl«*e
Tooth Powder Piasters
optical effe- ».
II !<!»!> tir i «he»! in >| 1Frr*nt rol
not prove fatal. No further parti against the said Estate will |rea»tit
••rw wl»h riel h»! and »ihtr <1wr*or*tl«»aa
' Nil, iM fig»
h-rii|.|ii,< •» V F Hhofographn.
culars have been learned and we the same duly Verified as by law
View» of art «
«i ï «I «e
Äri»t every w h»
■ re unable to state who did the required either to Die at my resi
UUPUr STEIììosCOpE CO.
■tooting. Later—Scott and a man dence near I.awen. Oregon or to my NOTH E FOR I’UHI.K ATION
Attv. Thornton William. at hi.
named Thnmpeon became involved office in Burns. Oregon, within six
I ORBI -I BI ILDING
in a difficulty and the former waa n. nth« faun the »X
-n of the
gelling the be«t of the altercation, pul'lmalion of thia n .tic», ■ bich ex
when Thompson's brother »hot at piration Wil] be four full weeks,
Scott three tin»*«, only one taking after th» first publication ou tfi
eff-ct. Th- wound d man is in a ll th day of Oct 1902
critical condition. Thompaon and
M ary Ozan,
bit brother left immediately.
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
Richardson & James’
Best Selections '
, ts r tr >ress Goods
Suitings from 20 cents to $1.50 per yard
^tdies-Misses all wool Underwear.
Ready made Skirts and Wrappers.
Underskirts and Waists.
ea 7 if
S chwartz & B udelman ,
Go to Hustons for fresh fruit.
Joe McNulty, of the White Horse
ranch, spent a few days in our city
Ba:? S THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF this week.
INY NEWSPAPEtl IN THIS COUNTY.
Mayor Cummins has returned
from a few days visit to his ranch
HA Tt: g DAT OCtOlERll, 1»M
D. R. Cochrane, of Nampa, Idaho
Local N ews.
j came in Thursday and is the guest
of his son Chas.
---- ’ M. Cheney and fatuiiy nr
Mrs C. A. Byrd will take orders
■——¡tors this week.
for lady tailor made clothing for
A. E. B-own and wife a*e in the f4]; a!1j «inter.
y from Anderson valley.
Virgil Maupin is renewing old
L J. Donegan and Ed. Coldwell acquaintances in our city this wee k
0(!^ited Narrows this week.
after an absence ofa'-out two years.
^flJDavid Cary and son Clar* n e
TIi. people of La wen and vicinity
re business visitors this week
call on Dr Brownton
« ir( ’■ , Ernest Shields is again stopping \ should
he jg jn |h(.ir -----
H(llp ' cjty
our city and attending the public prepared to do dental work.
\ John Martin and Tom Howard
¡/t7;Frank Metschan the C':.yon-:
returned yesterday from a hunting
ms stage contractor, was in from
trip to Buck Mountain. They had
tine luck and an enjoyable time.
X W. Parrish and G A. Rem-
Mesdames J. 8, Geer at.d Geo.
---- ’d are at present in the southern Shelley left yesterday for Crane
..„.rt of the county.
creek to visit a few days with Mrs.
iV. B. Johnson made a flying C. R. Peterson and other friends.
it from Silver creek Tuesday re
Mr and Mrs Iko Blevins and son
Lee arrived here Thursday and will
[N>rof. M. E. Rigby is over on Sil- spend the winter with Mrs Blevins’
■ creek looking after some busi- parents, .Mr and Mrs 3. \V. Miller
<s connected with the business
The Tinies-IIearald force has
been fasting on the famous Bel-
E» fOe Martin and family to .k their shaw prunes the past few days.
isrture Wednesdav for South-rn
yjg gon where they exp- t to tn -k--
^‘■’irhome. They were nc.-ompa-
Gufid by Archie McGowan who will
p ,ve them at Eugene and goto
rtland where he will visit his
l-ents for a month or six weeks
I then return here.
Our old friend Charles never for
gets us when he comes with fruit
and be has our special thanks this
time for the prunes which are the
finest we have ever seen. They are
not only large but of tine flavor. A
sample twig was left with us that
gives an idea of what the fruit is.
BOYER BROS. & CO.,
Glissili lirect to tie tamer.
It will only cost a postage stamp to have our prices on
•RY GOODS. BOOTS and SHOES.
«OTHING, CROCKERY. HARDWARE. ALL KINDS.
buckles Coffee .......................
T' on. .......................
estern sugar Rt f. D
gfi Patent Flou.......................
K I Japan Rice.........................
2 6o per case
3 4° per Bblc
6c per lb.
Prices subject to .Market Changes
BOYER BROS. & CO
VOEGTLY & KENYON,
HARDWARE AND MACHINERY