The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, December 06, 1902, Image 3

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SUMMONS,
L< st—Ou the _X>tb in»tC. W
McClain lost a petition for the par­ In the Circuit Court of the State of
Chrwtmaa. good* on k>p at the
don of Gao. Miller between this
Oregon, for Hartley County.
City Drug Sfiore.
city and Buchanan station. A W. L. Marsden and J. W. Geary,
B obk —To Mr. and Mrs. Ren suitable reward will be given to the
partners, plaintiff*, v*. WUliam
Brown, yesterday, Die 5, a boy. .
finder.
11. Gibson, defendant.
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Com niisso ners XVilftnius and
'1 o William H. Gibson, the above
S tolen —On th« night of Oct. 9.
Miller are both attending court 1902, from Henry Kelsey, on Deep named defendant:
this week.
In the Name of the State of Ore­
creek in Steins Mountain, one
I
Lovely Albums, Toilet sets. Toys, light sorrel horse with strip in face, gon: You are hereby summoned
and
requested
to
appear
and
answer
branded
and
vented
with
HF
on
Games etc., for Christmas presents
, left shoulder Information leading the complaint tiled against you in
at Horton’s.
to the arrest and conviction of the the above entitled action on or be­
J. H. Neil is in from Happy
j thief, or the return of the herse to fore the 22nd day of December 1902,
winter
with
his
vally
to
spend
the
Underwear thac fits and gives service as well as
R. H. Brown'* ranch near Diamond, pursuant to an < rder of the above 1
family.
ving warmth and comfort
entitled court based upon the affida­
will be liberally rewarded.
See our display of Christmas
vit of the pltT ami of date the 5th
Mr.
and
Mrs
D.
IL
Smyth
came
goods before going any further.—
of
Nov. 1902 for the publication of
jin from their Happy valley home
Out-Ory Goods department is fall of netu and stylish goods.— Schwarts .4 Budelman.
the
Hummoi.s in said action you
I last Wednesday for the purpose of
nnellettss, Outing Flannels, Wool Flannels.
Pretty uaistlngs, In
Avoid the rush, get your Christ- I being initiated in'o the nixsterie« «ill take notice of the date of tin
figured and plain.
lose goods now before they are of the Kebikah Degree of 1 O O F said order for publication as nbove
picked oyer—Horton keeps ’em.
Alfred Johnson, one of the popular stated von will al.o take notice that
young
teachers of the Citizens th • time in which yon are required
Bring your butter, eggs and pro­
to appear and answer is six full
ouool heavy saltings for skirts and Tailor
duce of all kinds to W. E. Huston Busines« college, was also given a
suits 54 inch uuide from $1.10 'O $1 50
ride on the goal. Alter the ini weeks from and after the date of
at the Durkheimer building.
tiatory ceremonies, one of the usu­ the first publication of said sum­
. The place to get your Xmas
is, p •’
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al good spreads were placed before mons iii the Times-Herald, news­
paper of general circulation printed
Ready made Flannel waists and skirts. Ladies’and Children’» presents at The Citv Drug Store. them.
Don’t forget the number—H. M.
and published weekly at Burns
’ Fijkets. Winter shoes for Ladie8» Men and Children.
Horton, Prop
Oregon, and also that the date of j
WILL
BE
IN
DREWSFY.
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the first publication is Saturday
"Hot Coffee Joe" al the Windsor
Dr. Brownton, of the dental firm urdav Nov. 8, 1902.
Emporium can serve you with the
of Hibbard & Brownton, will be in
You will take further notice that ■
best things on earth Fresh East­
D.-ewsey Dece. 8, for a week or ten if you fail so to appear and answer
ern Oyster* now on hand.
day*. Those needing work in his for want thereof the pills will take j
Byron Terrell’s family have mov-1 line should call early.
Comforts that are well made and servicable—We have them
judgment against you for the sum
ed into their residence in our city 1
of Fifty eight dollars and the costs
d at reaaonable prices.
in order that their daughters may
Eiecatrix’s Notice.
and disbursments of this action..
•••<ii,'
attend our excellent school.
T hornton W illiams .
Pills Atty
Ed N. Deady, a special agent of In the matter of the estate of John
W. Jones, Deceased—Notice of
the general land • Hice, has been.in
appointment.
our city since the first of the week
Notice is hereby given, that let­
looking up matters that pertain to ter* testamentary were issued to
For Young and Old.
hi* duties. Mr. Deady is a well the undersigned Elma A Jones, as
known Oregon boy and finds many Executrix of the estate of John W ‘
Jones, Deceased, by the County j
old time friends here. Tbs gentle­
Court of Harney County Oregon. |
man was a pleasant caller at thi* on the Sth day of September 1902
office one day this week.
All persons having claims against
Sorr.etim« ago Mrs Liszie R'gga said estate are required to present
them with the prmwr vouchers, nt
appli.il for :i p.m'ioo, her late hu»- the office ,.f
(• Biggs, nttor-
’ a-
- j !• . o o f 11 cl« ■lex
it .r
within si x
I
Sam’« Inv-. ui tin nend if her months from
d i'e of this notice
I Frank Cawlfield was seen on our maniag. could be f uud and her Dated, Burns Oregon, Oct 4th 1902
streets this week.
E lma A J ones .
ideritv established This week she
Christmas goods at Schwarts <4 learned of E N Deady’« visit Io Executrix of E«t of John W. Jones
Deceased
if THS LABOKWT CIRCULATION OF
Budleman.
our cilv and lost no time in findinir
ANT NKW1PAPIR IN THIS COUNTY.
C W. McClain came back from him to inquire if hie mother was !
Petition for Liquor License.
ST. NICK
a visit to Drewsey the first of the living. The lady is now in New
I las established headquarters
York
and
was
one
of
Mrs.
Riggs
’
week.
To the Honorable County Court i with us and has tilled every
bridesmaids
and
her
affidavit
will
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of Harney Ccunty, Oregon:
i nook and coiner with elegant
Mrs Warren Curtis was among
l*e obtained
Mr* Riggs I* now
Local News.
We, the undersigned jietioners,
our visitors from Narrows this a<lvanned in years, haa raised a
Christina’ presents : Beautiful
residents, taxpayers mid legal vot­
week.
largs family and deserve« a pension
Medallions, Man.cure set.«, il-
^^('hri-tmas gods on display at
ers of Wil<i Horse precinct, Hurney
Walter Cross, the Trout creek , if guy
doe*
butns,
Dressing Cases, Smok­
county, O.egou, .mqat resptctfully
io City Drug Store.
stockman, was a busineaa visitor I The teams that went to the rad­
ing sets, Shaving sets, etc.
iflij ; F. C. Dibble i* 0V«r from Silver
petition vonr Ijounrabie Court to
io our city one: day this week.
roa(| f((|, |]1R
enginii dynamo
Dolls, toys and games oí all
grant a license to Scheulmer Bros,
vUlmak. 11« report* Mrs Dibble iui-
Assessor Buchanan eome down and other machinery for tLeEl-c- to sell spirituous malt and vinous
kinds (or the little oik s.
roving.
from Hurney Wednesday and i* trie Light A Power Co., returned liquors in less quantities than one
M. VV. Welcome & Co.
E, Boas—To Mr. and Mrs. C. T. spending a few da>s with us.
Thursday. They were uuable ti gallon in said precinct for a period
Hiller, in this city last Monday,
Cbas Johnson, L«eCaldw.ll and l1"«1 al) ,h,',l‘,chir”r-v •,,d had
. lofsix months from Jan 7th 1903;
Henry Richardson returned on last1-
boil*r « K,U ‘‘‘’P'’
tec. 1, a girl.
Brit Kelley, Dick Fry. Joe Bank­
"no s on the wav in. Theoompany offer. Chas Owen, Lou J. Bosen­
La* Caldwell this week bought Saturday, stage from Canyon.
now has machinery scattered all berg Jama* Mackaby, L C Chim
, M. Byrd’* interest in the Wind-
Wagon*,
wagons;
We
will
»«11
j
over
Eastern Oregon with not a jberlain F. E Cailson, Frank Lir
Bar and i* now so'.e proprietor
you* Mitchell, Rushford or Web­ whole piece in Burns. In this re­
son, F. L. Redon, Sid A Kertz
Dell Dibble, accompanied by his ber Farm Bed Wagon;
spect it is something like The ' Robert Doan, Frank Kneny, Phil
lb and mother, came over from 3i Steel Skein ................... P I 85 00' Timee-IIerald, except that we have
i Bush, Lubrio Gilbert Chas Fields
•r craek laat Saturday and were 3J «
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90 001 everything to start our new ma-
Notice is hereby given that on
e Hit
01 U,e C*»“«“-
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105 00 ehinerv but a few extras fur the I the 7 day of January, 1903, we will i
engine which wo cannot locate.
fr, W. L. Beet and wife were in our Send your orders to us. 0. C. Co.
apply to the above entitled court
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¡1) w illy a few days Ibis week tnak ng
Oor ol<i friend Adam George wae* The football banquet, given last for the license a* specified in thi
JOHN G EM BEHLING,
inrcbaM* and visiting their son in to see u* this week. Sir
Mr G««rge
Saturday evening ai
at me
the ooutgu,
Cottage, jfaition.
S uhkvbneu B ros .
vowrge . naiuraay
•n<1
•lowcler.
Optician
'{T0) l»l,o ’• attending echool.
is prospering we are glad tn learn.; was pronounced as one of the tr.ost ’
Enjrrnver.
Peliti«* ter I I,«r Liceale.
•Rno Mildred, the little daughter of and is making a nice home in enjoyable social events of thii little !
Fine Watch Repairing A Spe-
U Nr. and Mra. Sam Motheishead, which to spend hie declining years city. The dining room wa* neatly
•
ialty.
To
the
Honorable
County
Court
___^aa been suffering from pneumonia
The Windsor Bar ha* been moved arranged for the occasion and the
of
Harney
county,
Oregon:
for the peat week. The little one is into the building on the corner menu par excellence. It will long
OPPOSITK THE r. O.
We, the undersigned petitioners,
I
A Dino* improving.
north of the poetoftice. Caldwell be remembered t>y the football t oys
residents, taxpayers and legal vot­
"*ni S«« th« MV Adi of Waters <4 1 A Byrd, the proprietor* have fixed and their gueats as ‘ The Event".
er*
of Pue.blo . precinct, Harney
Hagey, W. C. Huston. John Gem i up the new quarters in a very com­ Several toast« were given some county, State of Oregon, moat re-
SIMON IMIS,
J. T. UAHRXTT o
F0P berling. H. W Welcome A Co. and fortable shape and have added a, .excellent vocal and instrumental
leptctfully pesiuou your Honorable
music
rendered
by
those
participat-
A. C. Brotherton Jt Son in thi* is- billiard table.
ing. Alter adjourning from the Court to grant * liceiis« to J C
Tubie -
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LEWIS <4 (¡ARRET, P rop *.
T J Shields, one of the p*on**r^dining room they repaired to (Peterman to «ell »pirilijii« mall
'l0'"'7 A petition waking for the pardon residents of Silver creek, wa* a |>,cher'* hall where they "tripped and vinous liqtftx- in less quanti­
SOt'TII MAIN eTHEET.
CO of W. D. Huffman can be found at busineas vrritor to our citv a few I the light fafitistit” until 12o’clock. ties than or>> (
in Maid pre-
Thia barn ha. just l>een com­
Water«’ A Hagey s store where day* this week
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pleted and my natrons will l>«
Mr Shields has The voung people uf Burns should cinct for a p*i ‘dLd,idf
;im< Jho>*
those intereeled in his release can siway« been a substantial and uot allow this occa.ion to
from
January-mli',
well treated. Horses entruat- • o
f>e the
Holloway,
R
e<l to me will receive th« beet • o
H J Jar
steadfast friend of The Timee-Her-1 ,M||y one of the seaeon Such
o
I
DohertyJ
Gb
Holloway,
Ktiie.t
of care. Hay 2.5 cents
Hoti. Wm Farre and wife a»- aid *nd took coneideralde internet gathering* are of l<enetit to •T! as
l S,n rived home Tueedav from a visit in looking over our new machinery it brings our people together under ■HoHotswy. C W Canfield. Joseph
BALED HAY FOR BALK
Catlow^.M J Ufoamiwr. D W Defeo
Your Patronage Solicited.
rs
to relative* and friends in Canyon
happr eocial condition* and tend,
El-Commi*sioner Altnow, the
baugb, H (TdrtiRrr'4hMUl<«rt GL- •••••••••••••••••••••«•••s
WN. Citg. Whifoafaem Mr Farre visit-
to cement friendship. The young
energetic arid wide awake rancher
ham. Prank AiTnan. W M Crandall,
■ *''«d Portland a« a delegate to the
people of Burn* should not hiber-
of Otis creek, was a pleasant caller
Sam
Hall, G FBtliis. Edw J Cat-
©• irrigation convention from this
I nate Ihie winter, but get together
at this office the first of the week.
1C CAPITOL
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county. Much of the prestage
•nd enjoy the Ions winter evenings low. Fred All«*). J W Gray, T A T
Mr. Altnow ha« perfected one of
Thomsen,
W
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>>Aao.i
gained by thia aounty in the fur-
The Tmree-Henrfd will ghwiiy aid
BARBER 8HOP
th« finest reservoir plant* fn East-
NotiO« I* bereky ffifa»- Dial
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‘Jterannri of irrigation is due to his
anything along the line of enter­
Fu*i> F i « k , Proprietor.
1 ern <trefoil and ioforms Th« Tim««-
E
untiring work in preparing maps
tainment for our young people. It the 7th day of Jasiaary, 1« j 3, I will
Tfru
A*Tf put fc'Cn
I* (A,
Herald be will make hi« money :
apply
tn
the
ahoya
enthlfa
eonrt
an 1 *tati*tice in regard to our var-
beltere* in eocial intercourse. Why
pub!»? and »‘Aihfi a tharr o/ the patronage
b« k th« I5r«t year by the fnere««sd ■
for
the
license
an
specified
in
th
s
.
face reaervwir ait«« Although Mr
' not organise an amateur dramatic
petit'on.
J V. PargaMAN.
acreage wow
under irrigation. I
HAIR ( I TTIXG. KHAVING.
Farr« has held the position of reg
clul< to help while away the tn«*?
Other
rancher«
eh>
’
UM
p-
fit
by
SHAMPOOING. ETC.
pf tb*
utlit c hwrr onlv
i»»
B. k
Mr. A It n<’W’• pr j-
I.V
’
lTIOS
FerryfA«)^
flret rlatt and up ts dels
it niiw ■MMttb*. h« ba* th<»r-
t
9
A>/t
door to A*s(
jv
U binit'di with
Tbr ai anal
,
».
awiy lb« rowtin« "o<k m the the First Pre-oyteriau (’fambwfl Inter .Un*
lie
I: urns B«sn
«, but lb« land and aurround- tbi* city will he held "* the 19fa •h-wiiri (he u* gu <- 'W«á<»nal can
“TMS S <MBST SKBSSTieV ITIBTWIlIl '
»try, its walur« and the many iwet , at which lime the member* ceri
We are proud of our ftand
3B
LILIPUT =
z X wppertwsiitiM «T Ibis «ection t > ad will among other thing*. 4reide «*> We nuraad thal baad whaw il •••
COlapaable PooMet
••**•* vaocc and develop The tboro igh • pastor for 'he coming f*ar. an falsiti and welebad it grr>< lo
•"*teiNN<•*•<», » j Appisrntii«
an4«w>viw«M< work of himaeif and R-» A J. Irfan, th* preeent pa«- ita preaant condition witb mach
>
n» snra'i*M fawrs^rrn • «d’h iM
We ara «vi ih tbsae
B «tjM* d*lsfatrv te th« convent.on tor. has held th* poaition for the ■aliafaclion
>>«t<a '8 m <
Nif* i <al«W4 »• dir* «
•m rtu rieh f»-i «M »llrrr irorMt »•«
be« given Harnev county th» op Itwo year« ami ba« given •*■ band boy* liba •• ara wiib Ih»
. •
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•bs«* poetanirr tft gatifoc the first gov- o .«nt •aUcCacll ,n. The Time«- football loia— will back tb«rs lo
Vtees •< an
ral F »ULT •! es
•*♦<) w h«f
1 i» !<■« fort»
sb*' eswMwn* irrigatt”1 work* in Ore Herald venturt« Io aaeert that our l**t evnt D wi’t gel a'.aapy or
eaFtr-D
sfa * gtrtl If th« people *»ll n*1y re-®P*r- Burna haa never had a mor« popu­ old, bui shake thè old drj hosea
LlllPUr STEHIOSCO^ CO
s* atw nd not allow :be nppov» .r.i’y lar In.■•••ler U»*<> he. and W i^^ee >>p «*•« Mia*« ib'itg* uve»« io' wi>-
roRRK-T BUILDING
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UNDERWEAR
i XMAS SHOPPING i
At the
VARIETY STORE
i or ladies, men and children
. bought to best advantage
¿ere.
’"MOregon all Wool Blankets, acknowledged
«xi best in the market.
1« a delight. It represent« unprecudcnted opportunities in the way > I (
assortments. Our display will suggest io you a hundred sui able r
Christmas present, for old and youug. You are invited to a perfect
feast of magnificent presents of practical value. Our.assortment vf
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DOLihS, TOYS A>W H0VEL1TIS
Has never been equaled in Burns. Now it the time to buy.
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
...AND...
CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
Afford« Hi« people of Eaai and Central Oregon all the opportunity of a
ftrat-class modern Buaineea College, It is n home institution covering
every course involved in lluaine.« College work Its rate* are the aame
as charged elsewhere and the methods are the same. Stu lent« admitted
at any time, luatruction at the College or by mail. During the summer
months the College will conduct a
S ummer N ormal S chool
For teachers and other« who desire a reviewing or prepaiatory course.
For specimens of pen work, and full information on Bmriiieas College sub­
jects. address
ZsJZ. TZ.
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THE CAPITAL SALOON,
S chwartz & B udelman ,
TRISCH A DONEGAN, Proprietor*.
Oregon.
Burns,
Burns, Oregon.
Z v Z cl I xo Tlxio licadg vtcixtcxs.
rwilvhe Times-Jisrald
NEW FEED BARN.
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- WATERS & HAQEY.
ARCTIC —«►
OVERSHOES & RUBBERS
KENYON
V0EGTLY & KENYON,
—Dealers in—
HARDWARE AND MACHINERY
Crockfrii, (ihissiritre, Tinu'are, (’ntlleiy, Farm
Imi>lrine>ils, II ’intimills, l’nm/ s, 1‘aint,
(hl, Doors, W'iniloirs, F.lr , Etc.
Hopkins & Hunter,
J-laipe^ apd paddle Dealers
FOR
Security Stock Food.
gm
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A fine condition powder tli it will keep
stock henlthy and in good condition,
Will make hen* Inv, fallili ducke,
mrk.v*, m«k<>» chicks grow
rOUltry rooa « <><
Worm Powder A sure
calyee, hogs,
worms.
g g
_____ __ fl --
IlOclVC flGrneCly stage
curHe for heave* in any
Carrvit with you.
ar
Supplies nutritive qualitie« to skimmed or
1^«^IT I 000 separator milk. A quick fattener.
••
Will cure the severest cases of colic. Horse-
^^OlIC CUrC men should never be without it.
Rheumatic Liniment
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Pinkeye and Distemper cure.
g g
r
ryi.ii.rlil Softens the hoof and keeps feet in
glOOT iwemeay good condition. Quick hoof grower.
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DI ■«»♦«««• Very best blister made.
wdLUSlIC DI ISier rii.glM.ne. spavin, etc
Cures
M
• • _ _ . _ a.» _ *_ _ _ I _ _■ Prevents blood poison from
Antiseptic
neaier wre^i- ete hci».^^
_ 1 1
Cures all collar galls, saddle galls, etc, while
w^g^ | j CUre using th« animal Ask those who have used it.
Carbolized Disinfectant X-.u«
protection from vermine—sure death to bed bugs, etc.
A New Line of
j||| DININC CHAIRS
and ROCKERS
HAND8OME MIRRORS,
IRON BED8.
Children’s Iron Beds
Center Tables, Com*
modes, Matttesses
Pillows,
Lenoiium
Kitchtn Oil Cloth
Lateat deaign* in
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no*
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(¡o to Hutton* for frc*h fruit.
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