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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1903)
Fr ink Dibble was in the first of NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Wholesale Timb:r Lind Grab.
■ pea: of foiagc to If used. In
UNITEII STATES LAND "EEII E.
the week to cluse a de»l whereby
BURNS, Ore., Ffbru*T>
About the 1st of March we will begin taking smi k undtt
some instances lack of feed lias
List Monday 30,409 acre» of
n.mJl wilier I»« ¡11.4 iioUieof hi.
that time will close out many useful articles for
caused the loss of stock, but tn
in .U|>i«,rt .'I I'lnini. m.u
'timber land lying in Lake. K.am- Livery and ree.i Stable, having !h.i
,u.4|.r.,..t »Hi be m.de '"'torethe ke.IjMer
MATUKDA Y. MAf<< >1 .1 1»CJ.
general the stockmen have bad
J Garrett * interest and keeel»«r«t Burl.«. "n-K-h ■
ath and Cronk counties was filed purchased
, „ viz 11‘1 I- N.I Uu* u« I.e ,r<e W "ute._B
enough feed and will turn their
}.,r the « ', sW, «e< Id »"d "b N«'t ace. IS,
'on by parties who hold lieu land in the barn, stuck, etc Mr. Dtbb.e TO- K E.. " M.
.11 MAN 11 Y It I»
stoc k out in fairly good condition.
has bought a very good business, lie ■..me* I he ii.lkiwln« wit»«»-« to prove
We need the room for our spring stock. The Cash ata] .1
script. Il is said that this script
roiitlnuou« re«id<-iu-e upon «n'i ' 11. i'ni>
and with a partner like the rustling O hi,
To be sure many stock are
l«aldl»ud.'ii: l>. J H«r«., of Harh.-y.Orez»' ■
are worth more to u» than the goods. The more we fell J
An exchange suggests that if weak. The loss during the W III-
leFB we will have to invoice. Now is the time to seetir,^,1
Simon Lewis he -teps into one of BU«,,»llu(l)ur....orvK.».FARKKiRegitier
some pieaclier was only smart ter has not been so great in pro- Secretary of the Interior in lieu the best payii g concerns in the
gains Call and see if we don’t mean business.
enough to put a side door in bis portion as will be had from now 1 of forest reserve land in Califor city. His barn is popular, and is
church, he would have it filled until good grass on account of the nia; that this forest reserve land increasing its b is ness r gbt along NOTICE FOR PUBLICATI0N.
has had all the timber cut from Mr. Dibble has returned to h.s
with men who would go in from ! weak condition of the stock,
l’NITED STATES LANIl OFFICE. I
it, save one or two seed trees per ranch on Silver Creek, and will
rum», or.-, M r -b V, 1.« 3. l
froce of habit.
j We have been informed that
Notile I» herebv «Iven ’lisi ’tu- follo«*iu- eeaeeaaaao
notil e <'i hi» illtelitlon
the report is current outside that
lo moke finsi pi >of in «U|.port of la« i .alni, ami
these people come to Oregon and and give the business his personal ihu’ nini pruni sili iie inaile beloni Ila- Remai, r ©
President Roosevelt will leave the loss of stock m this county
ami Ki-evivor ai l.uri » oreaon.nn Aprii -Olh,
gobble up the best timber land to attention. We understand the pro 1VM. via Hit. E No. 1577 of J. «eph Corte forine
Lo, l.raml u Bini al. . -E*. -oc. a*. Loia 7. S
for Ins western tour on Api il ist. ! has been quite heavy, and that
be found, will cut the timber from prietors intend elding some elegant uml ». Sec -.7. T s . K.:« »• " M
He nam a 'he followll K wl-t:.«« « to prore ©
He will spend a »hort time in Or I many ot our stockmen are dis-
li-, i-omimmua irsldem «■ up.ni ami • w.lila’Ion
that, and then apply to the gov rigs this season, and l e in a posi ut
aal'l lami, via 1 T. Dumi. W. J. Dumi. I. M
egon, but liis itineiary docs not Icouragcd. Such is not the case
n li ami E. s. Martini', all of Narro»«. Or-
ernment for another exchange. tion to handle the livery bu-iness rea»
include a stop in Burns, much to at all. The winter has
W M FAKBE. ReSKter.
Fine law s we have that will allow
the disappointment of many of its more severe in this section than
any other pail of the west, and
State Printer Whitney will in a
we of Harney county have fared without remuneration, thus de day o two is-ne the complete cal
STXTE8 LAND GFFiUE,
far belter than in many other lo
endar of the House of Representa
BURNS, Ore . March 20, 1903.1
An old maid, when asked wh^
tives of the lute legislative session, A sufficient coutert affidavit having been filed
calities in ibis and adjoining states.
iu thSB office in Henry E. Ev ton. runtcstuDt,
she didn't marry, said she had no
lI«>m€Btea«l entry «S«». 1707, m««!e June
The press reports of the great hundreds ot people waiting for and it will I « tile most valuable agaii.B.
2t-. 1-V, for
i«'. ’i.»u :o. T. iwdf ' hj . 23 .
need of a husband, because she
Crockery, Glassware, Windmills, Pumps, C uk ,
E . bv Le«.’i Fieiinan Uontcbtce, in
loss of stock in Montana, Wyo
which it is alleged that said Leon Freiman httfi
had a parrot that swore, a lamp
renvived from »mid lan«i and abandone«! the
ming, Colorado and the D ikot.is
Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Paints, Doers
same. That he I hin not made any imi»rove-
that smoked and a cal that stayed
the above script lands, anil will tory of every measure coming be mentaou mid land nor has he ever (stahlishe«!
out nights, sajs ail exchange,
Windows, Garden Seeds Etc. «*
leged absence from the Ian«! wim not due to his
the reports of this country, they be gieatly <iis ipp linted when they fore the House.
employment in the A my. Navy of ih«- Madne
Why didn’t she bring in the old
hereby notitied to appoa’, H ftpond and « tier
are greatly exaggerated. Here leai 11 of this wholesale grab.—
Sole agents for Rider-Ericsson Engines
gag about lodge-..' This is iei -
The Democratic State Central idence touching sui<t alle-n'ions nt 1<* o <•!«>< k
am, on April 26 1 ic. befure the Register and
m Harney \ alley the stockmen Lakeview Examiner.
Committee met in Portland last Receiverat the Unitel spates Lard Office in
: ! i»urns,vrex
were well prepared for a hard
Only» Tin Shop in Harney County.
ihur-flav to arrange Tor p acing a T h.-RU-l ( <>ntv«»ant h<\inx. in a proper am-
What's la n Name?
> ihivit. tiA*«l March 20 l’.iv;:, gri f.»ith facta whit li
winter, but the longer length of
candidate in the field to succeed show that after due diligence pcr».»ual service
Chief Hydrographer Newell
of ili « itoti« c can not be made, if in hereby or
tune the animals have had to be Everything is in the name when it the late T. II. Tongue.
dered utf'l directed that m< h notice be given by
expects to again visit Oregon this I
«lue and proper publication.
fed has caused the supply of hay
\VM. EARRE, Register.
DeWitt A Co. of Chicago, dis
season. It is to be regretted that 1
to run low.
A Brooklyn judge has .sentenced A.
covered, some years ago, how to
llatney county is so situated that I
two women to 10 months in the
Whenever dead stov k aie lying
make it salve from* Witch llaxe)
it will not likely be visited by the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
pen for swearing
along the road so thick tiny can
that is a specific for Piles For
chief 11 y<li ogi aplivr ami Ins party
UNITED STATES >. INI' OFFICE.
not be counted in this valley— blind, bleeding, itching and pro
BURXS. Ore.. Mur. hl>. lUOS.f
An inspection of our reservoii
God help oilier sections.
Notice is herei'V «Iven that Mrs. Carrie Free
truding Piles, eczema, cuts, burns,
man of itiiev. Oreiron, hnt> filed notice of nCen-
sites by these officers would re
A wi ak stomach weakens tlio man, 1 ion to make pr«»of on her desert lutitl r'ai-n No.
l'»2. f«>r the S B'1 . SW1Sc«’, (i. Lot 1. E*2 N‘-V‘4.
sult in great benefit. Mr. Newell’s
NE‘/S\\ 1 „ W SEU. Sec. 7. NW1*. NEJ, See I*
City Officers Change.
Witt’s Salve has no inu.il. 'Ibis because it cannot transform the T.
2i» s.. R. ’.!) E.. before the IT .is er find Re
visit here two years ngo was of
ceiver at Burna. Oregon, on Friday, the 17th
has given rise to numerous worth
dav of April, If-AS.
necessity brief, anti he vlid not
name» the following witncsscs to j»"ove
At the regular meeting of the less counterfeits Ask ."or De\\ itl's Health ami strength cannot Im re the she
< ompleie in ipntioji and reclamation of Baid
have .in oppoitunily to give the
Pless M. < beeney, of Rile- . Oregon. Mart
‘•«in dads” last Wednesday even —the genuine—Burns’ Druggi-ts. stored to any sick in.m or weak wo land:
V. Baker, ?sa«c Constant end J. C’.erk Freeman
matter careful inspection.
al! of Buri f , Oregon.
ing the new officers were sworn
W m F akue . Rcgiu'er.
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Several prominent colleges are ami ptrength to the etotEach. A
in, after the bonds of Recorder
vr-nk stomach cannot diges t enough
The Oregon delegation gave L. Woldenberg, Tri-asuiei W. discussing the ipiestinn of cut-
food to feed the lif-Biies and revive
the federal plum tree a vigorous A. Gowan and Marchal I). Jame
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
the tired and run down limbs ami
They will have something to say next w-«k.
shake last week, and several good son had been approved by the j four to two years, or at most three 'organs of the body. Kodol Dys- I
positions “dropped.” J. 1). Daly, council. Very little routine bu«i.-1
It is a swift ago, and young men pt'psia Cure cleanses, pur
existing between Lee Caldwell and
of Corvallis, was recommended news ".is transacted, The new i
! strength'*: s the glands
and women think they cannot af «n et <ei
A M Byrd, under the firm name
for Surveyor Genera) of Oregon; officers installed were Dr. J. W.
ford to f >ol away much time in ö’t'- and membranes of the stomach, ; of Caldwell <t Bvrd, has been diss
A. S. Dresser, of Oregon (. itv, Geary, Mayor
.iod ciiri a indigi stion. dyspepsia
curing a college education.
olved by mutual consent, A. M.
and all stomach trouble?. — Burns’
for Register of tile land oilice atlG. W. C’let enger, Councihiien, j
Byrd retiring from the business.
that place; J. W. Knowles, of La- mid D. Jameson, marshal.
Lee Caldwell assumes all indebt
Rohl. George gave notice that
Grande, Register, and Asa. B
edness of the firm.
Thompson, of Pendleton, i, Reseiv-1 he relinquished the office of mar-
Job printing—The Timez-llenild NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
L ee C aldwell .
i i , at La Grande; J. L. Page foi glial under protest, and it is un
A M. II yrd .
Ed. Caldwell is lying dangerous
USlT.'tl STATE» I. ' NO OFFICE )
Local del stood he will contest the elec ly ill at the Burns Hotel, FUtferii g
postmaster at Eugene,
. l’un.», iiregnn. 'hin li ló.-roj.l
I« here' rive ■ fin' Nantie Brer'ev
politicians aie anxiously wailing tion. Whether he has yet filed a from lung trouble, liiti recovery ni Noil-a
P'i'nr, On*i>n« r ■ d n< iicof In:en'Ion
t.í nn.kr liront 1.11 he- ili « Tí- n ,1 o nun X',, i m
contest, or taken any action in tl e is doubtful.
lor the next "shake.”
i < th - N', Nr?.. Si- 1~. n'-d
s.'lp l-.ÜJ'K « M before t»e
matter. The Tunes-llerald is not
lie-Inter «-.1 Kn-.r .-i n’ Porr«. Oregon, on
* SIMON LEWIS,
J T. GARRETT
Il W. Hamilton W ’f> a visitor r« I rdnv, ih •
iln .1 April. 1:113.
«he n«Tir« lh<-r n.sln^ veneti- • to prove
R epi escnt.itiy es of eastern wool informed.
from Diamond this week. IL in- th - eoinpb'ie Irrls«-| .n an I reel.'«‘Ion n(
EOPL ■. who read this will nndoabtedty profit hv it. bi«j I
'I'i-..I B"z -i
'-I Fine. Dav; I lol a
The new council was organized forms us he is ju-t recovering f on ne
<lul? to your e’f or to your fainily to oct your lucilii ii rs ai»l «tri’-.» J
buyeis are beginning io make
nul Cli«a. < ronin, all of Hum«. < ireaon.
" li. I-’».««, Re«:«-er.
o LEWIS A- GARRET, P rops .
rile C ily Druv Store, l,n ause everything in that line is ot l-< -t .¡i 4
their annual trips to the sheep by the »election of S un Mothcif- a severe ntuu k of grip.
manufactured by the most re«|ion«ible firms, ai.d ilispen rd »i:li 1
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Stales, says the Salt Lake Her.il«! he.ul president, F. O. Jackson, G.
W I. Best and wile were in from
fiiostexai-ing care by experienced and paotieient | h..rn is «.
The shcai mg season is close at W. Clevengci ami Simon Lewi their Silver Greek home a few d a v s NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION a This barn has just been com
pleted and my patrons will bo
c. also keep in stock at all times « full ii. e of t ib : » ti'1
hand and there is much curiosity
ihis wei-k, having come in to be
h -T 'Ti - I «Nil OFFK F.l
well treated. Horses entrust-
perfnn i s, pocket bc-oks, pockt-t metr.orai.dnins, staiiuiu-rv. ■ -Ihoi-j
The city of Burns lias a good
I’m-» r«-un. M,,<b 1«. 1'0;:.|
to see what the crop will be this
come a part of the R< In kali lodge
N. i r'B h..- .
.- hai tr.-.'-i Parser
l-lii-s. ». hool book«, ra div«, mi*«, re. Also troseer. svr, .-e . »a H
eil to me will ri’ceivo the best
'set of otiicei» to look after its in
■ Hi'... I irr.-.in hr, ■ .1 r : Irr .1 Imp. f un
year. It is the general sentiment
• - - ...I . ■
S.. I «
so i- . biuulaee«, plaster« of n I ki; ds.
James Mahon, the Anderson Val
terest«, as all are conscientious,
" N‘ s'-l , -•
A i umber of guitars, banjos, violins, «nd a fine upright | i»uo .
that wool will bung a higher price
rr àt R in ■ 9
iev stockman, was in far the K. ot. i " r.y ts -u. t- ’ on tSa
BALED HAY FOR SALE.
I'.'In.s I . , tl ■.•
this year than last. It is estimate«!
AG’F UGJ> LV; RY U? RK>i IC a L Pl'B ISlii
Your Patronage Solicited.
,vf*nr««.'n to pr.ice ’
"illilo then duty in every respect. I’ ball on St. Patrick’s day. Mr :|>.- -Ue . m,..'««H:**
.oo l.-ie Irrl.-o". • -, rt r, 'ama'lon of
that as high as t(i cents will be
A portion of y.mr patronat;- sotidten. We don-, want th*
In this conned ion it can be said
S’anlrv I Tiler un.I .’rvillr n l:. ,k. «11 of
paid for the liner «|ualilies, ami the
W e be'ieve in livi g and let lire.
that the te'.irmg officers M.iyot
price will not fall below 14 cell's
Born—To Mr and M.s L M
Cummins ami C'oiincilmen Mil
excepting fol the poorer grader
ler and White, have been verv S -award at their homo in this city,
\\ ith b« tier weather the prom
H m HOF;TON, Propt , Puros, Or,
satisfactory, ami the people of
!««■ of «l.ingei to the sheep inter-1
Burns feel they have worked .11 Dr Burrow was the attending phy
< sis, as a lesiilt of the snows ami
duously for their interests.
stoi ms, has diminished, ami even |
Mrs R.ibi Irving was down from
111 \\ coming the losses arc no' so
Harney this week to attend the
A Remarkable Caie.
great a.« was liist estimated. I he
Bel i kali lodge meeting Wednesday
southern teintories will not have One of the most remarkable
and visit til ilives and
so niuvh wool this year as last, as of a cold, deep seated on the lungs, friend*.
causing pneumonia, is that of Mr-.
(ewer sheep w 1 re w mici ed tliere
r bed rtsK, Proprietor.
Gertrude E Fenner, Marion Ind .
Born—To Mr. amt Mrs Wm.
The largest amt best «quipped hotel in Malheur cour|
mid llici e w ill not be so many to
»hop hng jftrt fcrZn opnnrd to
who was entirely cured by the use Bennett. nt th-' home of Mrs J W
The room» are large and comfortable. Table service -
an«l pnbtie and tv/icilg a »hare of the patronofe
shear. In a few d.iy S pel haps it of < > • Minute I I gh ( 'ore Btw
J.>m-, of th:1 citv. Wt JiH .I.iv Mar
Best. Fkst-class bar in connection. Up to «'ate........ ]
will be p«»ssible to get a compì e- run: ' The coughing ami straining
BAIR CUTTING, SHAVING,
1H, a boy Dr. Burrow,the Rttetiil-
licnsive idea of
llEADQVARTORS FOR HARNEY CO. I’EOPll
so weakened me that I run dewn I ing plivfician, report* m other :u:<k.
the amount of wool that the Wc«l in weight from 1-|S to 92 pounds. child doing well.
NEAT BATH ROOM.
w ill furnish this season.
I tried a number of icmediea to im
t.rerfiihijxj i.-»t elaen and np to date.
OPIVMTE iHl- P. O.
G H D iiigbis, of the Mali, rv
avail until I used One Minute Conimis«i>n Co , of Chicago, ha*
,\ I’oitland «hummer, who h i« «’oligli Cure Four L illies of this return» 1 Lun n visit to Jlirr.n
M FtTZGERàtD, pRESintXT
F S RlEDEIt, SlcT ASD fj
ju«t come o' ei from Buin«, «n« wonderful remedy cured me entire count' a-ol ixcliona north. .Mr.
th.it dead sleek are I'mg ».« tlv.ck Iv of the cough; strengthened my Ikmglas inf Tins The Times Herald * . t »• w •
R igo » A Tt rner A tti rniy «
on cither side ot the load through lungs ami iestor -1 me to my nor m m that hi- purchased 1 1,000 head
ll.utiey vallev that lie wasunabh- mal weight, health and strength.”
; of *l:rep in that section
I n count them w lute dio mg along - Hurns' Druggist«.
D II Smyth, the Hippy Vallt v
Long Cicek Light.
IN« 'ORI’OK a TED.
pioneer. is in town on bii.-ineM the
\Ve ha'«' In nd of them »,-< mg
and Title Guaiantecd
An excliii.g.- l<-Ls of * new grain,
!!«• is »imply looking for
snakes. «1« vils, ami other hid«* m- , known as corn wh« it, that is grown l ist few tiaya Mr S uj th y1 hi*
To all Land» in Harr.ey Countv, 0^
y sen e of th. *e g *. d things
thing«, ami also of them seeing . in F i«t< rn W i.liiiigton ll ha* -Lak winterid well, ami that tliere
in ll e line of Groceries,
double, but tins one certainly lias the naturv vf Loth corn and whtut, waa no loss to -peak of in either
-1'iuit. I ced and l’rot’uce
••taken the cake.” lie never got preum-ing the fattening lyualitie* of llappy or Diamond valley*.
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Office in Bank BGj
Th« re w.i* considerable of a rut
it m Bum«, f-'i tlx* snake editor .•urn and «be corn (lav. r. In ap
«if this gic.it religious weekly has (waranew il t«'««*mf>le» whc.vt It« hng during the past We, k to Secure
t|x: sJW. E. HUSTON
sampled every I” P e of whiskey grain» are Iwi«*» as large as onli- men to assist at the variou« «beep
I’ ui kl « irh : I’m liing.
in ll.un« ' County, md fie I .1« naty wheat. It yield« sixty to oi.e camps during the Limbing season
which begins this montI. Some of
in-' el expel Ivllc cd .inv such mu’
our ahcepmrn had ron.ui.rab'.e
Uh.it iliuinmer, to solve the problem nt fattening
hi>g» in th.' I’a. tie \ r hwest, ».« difficulty in securing the nvcessarv
nlainlv speaking, is a liar, lie no
corn is not »u.'.'e»»fully raised in helis.
doubt saw some «iead stuck, but lliat countrT
»NO WASHINGTON. •OUTLAW». OWCSON
On yesterday The
The school where thorough work is done; where the
.« «rreful inquiry among our’
man visih-d the Burt s Grocery and
stockmen has disclosed the fact I l’residenl Hill et thè Northern
Where confidence i; developed; where '«¿j*
was treated »•• « mi- e tcvilent t » fi
«hat the loss ha» not been as heavy j , Pavide la geing tu invade Oregon fornia orange
a_s books are kept in "business ; where
ler fv Msnsgcr
TRINCI! 1 DCNEGAX, Proprie!:
the p i't winter as was anticipated «mi Southern P.eCiti ■ territnry, ac- Kmniill RevJ Heran r»c ..-iini.-n-l
where penmanship is at its best; where
It h.i» l*vn a scry l«"'g and sc i-ordii g to presa dispalcbea He i it a* first clas » *» il reached ihr
t^kkefpers and stenographers have been educated f t
iì i» h a a gemi» al w,-k in California
sere winter 1.1 ilirmy C inly, ;«eeurin • a righi of *«y frmu l’uri- right s|*it— tl»c st each it »trad cf
I: --; w -wre t i snsands more will b». Oiea all the year. TaSfl
wtichliav cMse.l ahn ! • > - iaud to San Francisco.
Less than the Articles Cost.
GEER & CUMMINS
DOES THIS APPLY Ï0 YOU? '
NSW FEED BARN.
IT Y DF>ÜG STOnE
FRAKEC SMITH, Propt
He’s not after
Eastern Oreg-ozi Title
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL