The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, May 02, 1903, Image 2

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    -.-ÎSB
Zhc (Zimcs-’üetaíd.
that im appeal "ill be taken in this
case J
Fred Cook vs. James Simmons,
Dismissed at plaintiff's cost
Win Hanley vs. Chas, Nelson,
Judgment for pluiqlifT.
Juel Sturtevant vs. Katharine
Sturtevant, Testimony t ken, argu­
ed and submitted. Taken under ud-
yisemeiit.
L. Woldenberg vs. Chris. Berg,
Argued and taken under advise-
merit.
Court took a rec as until Wed-
netday July 15.
SMALL POX. ■
ADMINISTRATOR’S
dissolution
NOTICE.
notice .
SPRiS^C IS HERE
I
The co-partnership heretolure rx-
I:, tbe matter of ’lie^
i-ting
between Simon Lewis and 1
estate of Elizabetii
J. Garrett, under the firm name of
J Keloo, Deceased )
Lewis A Garrett, has been dissolved
notice of appointment .
Notics is hereby given that by bv mutual consent. All accounts
an order of the County Court of due the said firm are payable to J
Harney Cuuuty, Oregon, made and T Garrett.
S imon L ewis .
entered on tbe 2Uth day of April.
J. T. G arrett ,
1903, the undersigned was duly
appointed Admini-tro’or of the Es­ notice for publication .
tate of Elizabeth .1 Kelso, deceased.
CNTin state -
:
All persons having claims against
Bun ff. Oregon, April 11. 190« -'
said estate are required to present Notice iB hereby gr«*n that the follow ing
naitud B'/tiler has filed notice of his intention
the same, verified as by law requir­ •o t take f!.i.til proof in support <-f his claim, nnd
that said pr»»oi will be made beforethe eg is ‘ r
•
ed, to my attorney, C. A. Sweek. at Hi d Re'elver at Burt s. Oregon, un Mav
tiz ltd K->r N- . I.- Ul 1-ewi. llushe. Mr
his residence in Burns. Oregon, th.,. »•>,«»•!„ NE\.->W4,eel. a Tp. -J » . R.
within six months from the date ot , ■’lie I,Mae» III- followlns wltnewe« P™'«
hit r,.ntl»'o.ut HUil. iK e Upon Ul .1 rul.nim.in
tai t l'lu'l. viz John K. Jenkin«. Ibonia»
this notice.
Je“n a 111 d Trank < Eia'erol smlih. Oregon.
Dated at Burns. On gon, this 25lh .uaFr.uk Tu avro! «urn.. »
day of April, 1903.
S ami bi . J P arker ,
Administrator of estate of Elizabeth
notice for publication .
J. Kelso, deceas d.
In connection with the present
uneasiness about small-pox it might
.- Al! KDA Ï .*4 Ï
I
be well to call attention to the re­
el nt utterances of the ollicers of the
i.M'KIl’TlON KATEb:
State Board of Health. In a recent
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interview Dr. Woods Hutchinson,
ihn
. .I.W
Stale Health Officer, had the fol­
lowing to say to an Or-gonian inter­
M ¡Hum i
Il A N III U I»
viewer:
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•
j LS II MEAN GOVERNMLNT WORKS?
“The Sole weapon wbi.h has en­
abled the authorities to successful­
ly cope with and limit the epidemic
Last T’ue d .v the local Linci
has been vaccination. * * Hence
Hicc was notified by telegram
the following conclusions reached
Tom Washington to withdraw
on the basis of hundreds of thous-
Tb«
X-ifsy».
ownship 18 19 ami 2o in Silvie*
inds of cases are plainly confirmed
Recent experiments, by practical by the experience of this epidemic,
valley fiom entry, T his is prac-
name y, that one vaccination will
.¡eally all tbe vacant land in that i t.'HtM nnd examination with the aid
I practically insure against death by
a
Rays,
establish
it
as
!
of
the
X
ection outside the forest reserve.
: smallpox, two vaccinations will
There is considerable signili- i fact that Catarrh of the Stomach is practically insure against scarring
I nut a disease of itself, but that it and. indeed, in 80 per cent of cases
< ante attached to this move, as it
j rcHiilts from repeated attacks of i against contracting the disease at
is evident (lie land is withdrawn!
indigestion. “How can I cure mv all
pending an investigation of the
"This is p-culiaily gratifying, as
UNITED STATES LAND OH'I'E.j
Indigestion?” Kodol Dyspepsia
Buri.s, OregHi, April 14th 19C3.»
big irrigation project which was ' Cure is curing thousands. It will the discouragn g fact stares the
Notice
iff
hereby given that ’he following-
medical profession in the face, that NOTICE FOR PULI/1CA ION. ttamvii seitler
huff tiled notice <>f J iff m ention
recently inspected by Engineer cure you of indigestion und dy-pep
after 2000 years of experience with
i , make I’na’ pr«>"f in ffuppori of h.f c Mim.and
i!'tt! m i proof whi be untie before the Hegiff’er
Whistler. It means that the gov- I Hia, and prevent or cure Catarrh of thi» disease absolutely no remedy,
rXllEP -TATES LAND OFFB E I and Reviver at Burns, Oregon. on .May ’-btn.
Burns, brvK<>ii« Ap il 1’». r.O.”.. I 1 < . \Hd. Kntrv N-- '1 •
rim <». hrib« for
crniiie it i' favorably impressed I t ...................
h„ Stomach, Kodol digest« what drug or ngenev, is known that has j Notice iff hereby
given that in compliance the Sr?4 Si 1 t "f fc**’’- -1 TP -IS, R. 30I E._ uixi
the
slightest
efl'-ct
upon
Its
course.
l_.,i
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1
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4
<>f
Sue
lu.
anil
NE!4 NWl4 of
v.ith
thuprovisio
n
•
f
the
act
of
<
ongiese
of
with the report of its engineei yo'l ent—mikes the stomach sweet
June b7\ entitled: “Au «ft h'f the Mii-? uf ! >ec. :.o Tp. -4
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R. 31 E.
timber
iavil«
in
the
state*
of
t
uiii--niia,
uteg.
ii
Hu
I.a;
.8
lhe
following
witneMcff
to prove
and that further investigation will Sold by Burns Druggists.
“With this weapon smallpox has Nevada and Wnffhington Tert i’ *i y.” hf x :«•:.«! 1 h s eoiitiuuoi.ff res! !••:!< c upon and cuHivutioii
ud to all the public la 'd grates by h < * of August «. «oti l in- <1. C.z Lewis Hurkc.« harles HUK*.
—
immediately follow. Such being
imw been practically ex'eru.mated 4, 1H92, i!enr> Ariag iong. of >mi:h, < c-uniy •.! Mix in Go.jdmau and Frank Baker, all of
Harnev. '-t.i'e <»f Oiegoii. has this daj filed in i Burns, Oregon.
Dynamiting ll.b,
.
in eiviliz-d regions
Practically this
tbe case The 1 imes-Herald feels
W m . F arp . k . Register.
otftce his ffWor»'B’utcnient .No. I 1, f ■: the
pu'ch se of the .-U 14 SK*.| of e -ii"i> No. : > in
exterminated
by
reducing
the
death
that Harney valley will be the! From the best infoiillation that
Towi.sh.p N.i . ■ Runge No. IE W. .M . aid
rate to one or two in the million, will otter p’oof to thow that <he landg. ughl is
acene of government irrigation in ; can be a-cerlain d, dynamite has whereas up to 75 years ago hi Eng­ inoie taluable fur itff timber or s «> e tha t f ir
agriculiuiul jnirjM.scff. a <1 to establish his
Job printing—The Times-lierai
the mar future, as we have al- iaeii used iu Canyon Creek, I'all land and on the Continent about claim to said la”<i beforuthe Ih'iris.cr und Re
i reiver of this office et Burns, uiegoii, on Mon-
29fh day of June, 1903.
w’ii)a contended that the Silvie-■ Creek und other creeks of Grant one person in three was marked i day,the
He numts i.s .iruesBefi Claude Srnyth, I).
with Its scars. In countries like lf.vng.ji:
*mj hand JanitB Iv\, of mitn. Orc-
valley leservoir site only needed county tills spring. While this in Germany, where vaccina.ion is ' gtiu
uud Betijetuin Riddle of Andtrws. Oregon.
some instances lias been done to
Any
and
ad pei b . hib claiming adve rely the
compulsory and revaccination is
to be bi ought properly to the at-|
lands are ie<jUis’ed to file
capture salmon and large trout required, the death rate has sunk above-described
their
Hains
iu this office on or bef t e suid ’-9th
tendon of the government, to
that remain in the streams only Io practically nothing. Although day of June, RV3.
W m . F arp . e . IogiBter.
make it a go.
during the high water in the spring, in the past when using lymph taken
The possibilities of the Silvies it has in other instances been used from the arms of children, infec­
valley projei I have never been to kill small trout that had collect- tious human diseases have in a
very few instances been transferred NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
brought to tbe .mention of the <<i in large schools iu the deepest
by vaccination, now that the lymph
general public and therefore its water.
I NITEI» -TATES LAND OFFK E,
}
; which is used bus been passed
1H RNS, Oregon. April . , 1903.1
This is a practice that if allowed through from 30 to 50 generations Notice is hereby given that in compliance
magnitude not realized.
the piov ihiobff of ’he act of Congress of
Il is known to the g.jve.iiiment to continue, the day of the angler’s j of carefully inspected, healthy Jer­ with
June 3, 1 a "A. entitleil •’An act fur the Mie <f
JOHN Gl..TtBEHLING,
sey calve«, the ri«k of transferring timber
laii'lff iu the Slates of < alifornin, ore
sport
will
be
short.
It
not
only
that with a 20 foot cut the middle
gun, Nevada and Washington Territory," uh ex-
is absolutely abolished. If every te:i<lc<|
lililí
to all the i'ublic l.utul States by act uf
Optician
folk of ike Malheur River «an be accomplihhes the object intended, • child in Oregon could be vaccinated Angus’ I. 1st''.', Edwin J. Laughlin, <»f Fife, Jeweler.
eontity
of
<
'rouk,
S
’
atc
of
Oregon,
bus
this
<!av
I’.nir raver.
brought across Logan valley and but kills fish of all ages mid sizes. and ngniii re vaccinated, in seven Bled io this offict hi» sworn »tatefBeut No. 1 n.
for l he purchase of the
of N E , aud w c,
11 large humber of which are too years, it would be Imt u very short ' of
Fine
Watch
Repairing A Spe-
SE*
|
of
Section
No.
8
in
'i
’
«»w»
Fhip
No
emptied into Silvies River m Bear
lime before mi ill pox would be Range No. ’.'4 E. W. M , and will < tier proof to
small to he of use to anyone.
show
i
hit
’
the
laud
sough!
iff
more
valuable
f«»r
cialty.
valley, thereby greatly increasing
' its timljcr or ff’ot e than for agrii tt'.l’i al pur
This practice should be stopped almost unheard of in the state.”
' p. Buff, iti.d t«> t r .abJis h hiR th’im to Bait land
the volume of water. T his could
A.
In
yesterday's
Oregonian
Dr.
OPPOSITE THE P. O.
, before the Register and Receiver of this office
even if it becomes necessary to en­
Hur. ib . Oregon, on Thursday, tne . th «lay of
be consul ved in the Silvies reser- force the law for such an offense.
C. Smith, President of the State i af
June, 1903.
IL ciuui n I- ■ ivitncHP' R- Woodie I. Ren of
voii ami used to ii 1 ¡gate the farms
' Riley, Or.. R Link. Hutton, uf E r I i . Or.. Tom
The rod and gen club that re­ Board, gave out the following:
■ A lien and .1« seph T < lur’ett of hut ub , Or.
iu this valley, the surplus water cently effected un organization m
Any and all p *rs ii '. h claiming a iv« >e!ythe
ttbove-dcff libel lands are is
? < <1 io fib- T {E CAPÍTOL
“The combined resources of a ■ their
claims ii ’his ofl»(e on or before said . ih
finally leaching Malheur Lake this city can easily secure the
trained nurse and a skilled physi- duy of June, it
BARBERS
WM. F ARRE, Reg is* er.
where a second reservoir would mimes of pirties who usecj dyna­ ciau are needed in such cases of
. ;■
be lot itcd and a canal made to mite in Canyon creek nnd Fall creek smallpox as are occuriug in Prine­
• 'Jn'f P •-
carry the water out tlnougli Hie duriiif’ the pint two wee ks if such is ville. There is no specific treat­
ment for smallpox. Il is a disease
-
pass where il foimerly run into desired.—Canyon City Eagle.
that must be tieated according to NOTICE FoR PUBLICATION.
the South Fork of the Mallieui
the symptoms, ac.d takes the
UNITEO STATE- I. i ND OFFICE. »
The Was!» nl the Body.
I closest attention of the physician.
l«iii:.b, <»regou. Man h !<■, IliK . |
and cai|i: <| down into Milheui 1
Notice is herebv give: tluit Nittn.ie Rterb-v
The
necessity
of
vaccination
cannot
Every seven days the blood, mus­
of Burns. Oregon, has fil' d noth e oi inleuti.oi
county. The amount <>f capital
be mentioned too often. It is a to make pr»x»f on herd« sert-land claim N<>. 1'.:'
F red F isk , Proprietor.
NE‘4.
17. and W ' 2 !• ' k
necessary Incomplete this project cles mid bones of a man of average mistake fur people to think that S fortheN'w
E1 .. See. a, Tp .1 >., R. _ F . \V \i. bef«»re the
and Receiver at Fun g. Oregon, on
Iltiii
uhop lion jimt been opened to
is small whc i compared to the , size loses two pounds of woruout because the vaccination dot s not Register
■ rinvi he .r J. I
f April, It
tissue. This waste cannot be re­ take the first time or two that tney - ^bv
names the f«»liuu ing w il Besses to prove pubite and .-idicitta ehare nJ the patronage
limount of Ian I possib.e to reclaim.
the complete irrigation and reciaTatiun <d
plenished and the health and are immune, lu their efforts to said land Fitter si.thh, I ted Fine. David ( ox
HAI R C UTT I NG, 8 II A VI NG,
No o'.ht r section in OiTguii has
Buri s. Oregon.
strength kept up without perfect make the vacine points sterile, the and Chas, ( ronin, ail W of
m . F a rhe , Reiiis’er.
SHAMPOOING, ETC.
the p issibilitics of this most Ic.i-i
manufacturers
often
kill the
digestion. When the Stomach and strength, and the failure of efforts is
NEAT BATH ROOM.
ble projj-v t.
digestive organs fail to perform due to the Condition of the vaccine,
Job printing—The Times Herald
Erri i.¡bina fire! elane and np to dote.
their functions, the strength lets and not to the immunity of the
down, health gives way, mid dis­ patient. There are few cases on
While it uai .i new departure
ease sets up, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure record where violent forms of small-
(<n the grand jury in it* report
pox have been contracted after vac­
enables the stomach and digestive
I rd wee’; to mention the livestock organs to digest and assimilate all cination.
“As to the treatment of the dis­
inteie.sl-. in I Lu ney iounty, it was, of the wholesome food that may be ease” said the doctor, “perhaps the
nevertheless, timely and right; eatt n into the kind of blood that most essential tl.ing is absolute
since the i eport had been current rebuilds the tissues Htid protects elcanliness, especially .when ertip
LEWIS it DIBBLE, Propts.
that our loss of slock had been the health and strength of the lion appears. M mv deaths in
smallpox are dm- to externa! infec­
Special attention given
i'.millions and bail been caused mind and body. Kodol cures in­ tion on account of the lack of clean­
to transcient custom and
mainly by la. k of proper attention digestion, dyspepsia and all stom­ liness.
freight teams.
"Despite the popular notion to
from the owncis, So long as no ach troubles It |s an ideal spring
contrary, it is safe to give the pa­
indictments a«e bi ought against tonic Sold by Bui ns Di uggiste.
Horses kept by the day,
tient cold water to drink, and cold
■reek or month.
our so ik and the grand jury
water sponges in the ease of high
Our Cat H»b ara com.cig
fever are both a hem lit and a re­
in.A i s mic I i tlattiring repoitsit
IÌ8ST CLASS LIVERY RRNOLTS.
Silver Lake, April 20lh 1903. lief.”
will always be commended.
In view of the f ct that Health
Ei>. T imes II khai d : Your paper
Hay and grain always
of the 1 lib Hist, came duly to hand Boards everywhere regard vaccina­
tion as i f paramount value as lim­
on hand.
Will
say
that
on
the
Sth
of
this
circi ir tot ri
month I started to Paisley to get iting as well as mitigating the dis­
Y.mr patronage solicited.
S i.u ■ <nir kiwi H-tir the following the cat-tlsli to bring to Harney ease, anil that without it the strict­
'Util Main St , Burns. Oregon.
ordofb tvvre in tn le l.y thv Circuit Valloy, ns per agreement, On my est quarantine is practically c-f no
avail,
it
behooves
our
cilixens
to
<’ tirl
way over there I was taken tick
Chai» XltBchtil v* Cbm Miller, and considerably delayed .and when see to it that they are fully pro­
Judiltnenl lor phuntilL
I did reach there I found the water tected in this respect.
Chit* Ait-c Inti y - .1 \\
If every resilient of this county
too high for seining I will Haye
Jti'lgfurht f »r plaintitl
could
be successfully vaccinated in
to wait now until about the la*l ot
\\ (’ >t< vrns V- II \ Stevei.f, May for the water to go down
...AND...
I advance of the appearance of the
that thu i Hiiiiii.atii>n tit wiil write lion C \\ Parrish whet. epidemic h re, we would have little
walr n vl- -ti the ‘‘’»th <»( .\|«ril 11M2 I start on my nest trip.
to fear
for the I i ft Sb.j of See. 17, Tp
The local health 111'-er« stand
G E Duncan
.»(» o. J | hr vaeahal and fvt aside,
ttf nt» the |»opfe of Emtand Crntral < .»g n all the opportunity of a
ready to do everything neevesarv
lust . .:•» niodern H oui. -« c ,
It ja ,, >
1 r tl <* l<:t*i n lh it t»aiue nns a
institution covering
•o protect the community, but they
A Little Early Riser
every
re
i>-ae
ievwlved
in
Basine»«
Collrg-*
». rk I I * rat«-» are the *amt»
huiii'*-ti ad and t ot Mil •• vt to vie-
cannot
act
properly
without
author
Now and then, at bedlimg . will
*• ahaiged ei-ealivre and Hie tuetb'«)» are lite »ame S i k
f-J niitetl
cut ion ,-alu.
cure constipation, biliousness i and it» from the State Board of Health
at any time, larlrurlron at the College ur bv u>.ut. During Hit autnmer
Ilobl (•’ nge \ f I). JamtMon, liver troubles.
with whom they are in telephonic
n i ulh, the College will evadaci a
DeWitt's Little
I
IhntuiKF i on motion of tdainlifT.
communication
.«« to the advisabil­
Early Riter* are the famous little
A Miranda \ ■* Ed l'arls«»n, ln- pills that cure by arousing the se­ ity of a quarantine.
l
lr
ormal
chool
jut vti« n tn dj'i» d and <*»<<♦ rout’d cretions. moving the bowels gentlv
I Ivory Miilvr v< Cred A Urn. Kd. yet effectually, and giving such
DISHOI.I riON NOTH F
< atlow aix! — Callow llmtrain- lone and strength to the glands of
Fo- tracter» ami <>lh»r» who te»ire a retirai»* «w prrpn amrv r,-nr»e
The co-partnership heretofore ex­
ii g »»rd r isnifd again»! deft» from the stomach and liver that the
Fur »peritnrn» of ^rn wvrk. and luil o.f H-iurtimi on Datine«* Vollrge aub-
j-cia ad.lirse
g
g Upon <>r «»vrupiing the land cause f the trouble is removed en isting between V. J Hopkins and
kn »w?: a« the Oregon End Ranch lirvly. and if their use is continued A 1. Hunter, under the- firm name
of Hopkins A Hunter ha* this day
during |»rndenvy of tin» vuik.
for a few days, there will l>e no re­
II M. Horton v.« Etta llratoo, turn of the complaint. Sold by been disolvtd. All account* due
•aid firm are payable to V. J fl .p-
P,v »rur gr.inied |»Uf an I »l#o cua- Burns Vruggist*.
kins who will also pay *11 claim*
lot!y of minor ihild
against tbe firm.
Xiwt.t’i II .»vrr vs Mice ami
\ Kansas man sent the fullow­
V J Hopkins.
>i Harriett, Judciikanl for «left on
ing testimonial to a patent medi
A. I Huntes.
maudat of Supreme Court.
,cine company, says the Hanover
Burt.» M ircli
l‘KK>
Jennie IX-vine va Jiff Rillinga*?y,
TRl'i II A DvNI JAN Pr ¿ iet.r*.
, 1» «•ni.Ht.it, •■Dear Sit My wile
ClaintilT decreed to In the ownerjuf
Fine wall paper and Isle style,
|h»- I * J in r'»»»»r-MTHr, and deft. t-'ok a bottle of your medicine and
id, T . r rat ■ ¡eJ if-<«in; plea*e at th** Bntn* F>iw«iture (
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
S MM
N
S
M. S. zeig-To-y, Fzln.,
Orogrexi.
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
Boms.
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AWD
Spring Goods Arriving
We would be most happy to show our friends ami custom,?
our goods and quote prices. Our stock is being added to
almost daily with new, fresh goods. Out groceries areol U.
best. We can fill your spring order in all lines. Submityoc;
list and see what we con do.
Do yon
Oliver' Chilled Plows, Oliver- Steel Plows, Oliver i
Sulky Plows, Canton Walking and Sulky Plows, Rea
Island Plows of all kinds.
Superiir Disc Drills—prize minuet's. L Rest pa!terns of ¡«r
Harrxus. Disc Harrows, Cultivators and Garden Tools
Planet Jr. Seeders, Cultivators,
e buy these goods b tie car l iati ani mite
to suit the limes. Please call and examine gooes
even if you do not desire to buy, as we I ave m;.nv
good things to show you. We will soon have a iu.
stock of
ZZaclzs, ZS-uLOlz-tocaxcls,
Csbxziag'es, Z3-UL^g?ies.
(JEER ¿ (níMLXS. Burns. Orel
—RESERVED FOE-----
ER & THOMPSON!
They will have something to say next week.
DOES THIS APPLY TO YOU?
EOPLE who read this will irndonbredly profit by it» x-' j
duty to your e'f or to your family to yet your medicines
The City Drug Store, because everything in tliat line iso! beetq’W
manuf.tctured l»v the most responsible firms, and disppu-cd
mostt xacing care bv experienced and paotieient pharmacist®» ,
oU E also keep in stock at all times a full line of toilet P®
perfumes, pocket b oks, porkrt memorandums, stationery,
plies, school bofikd, ca dins, nil s, e c. Also trusses, »yrH18^’
Borivs, bandages, plasters of a l kinds.
A r umber of guitars, lxinj’,s. violins, and a fine upright
AG’T FOR tv. R.
t RI •; UAL PL'BlJi
A portion of your patronage »oliciten* We don’t
earte. We be.ieve in living and let live.
THE
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4^
ITY DRUG STO^H.I
HORTON, Pncpt , Sunns. Of-
f
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HOTEL ONTARIO
FFiALlI SMITH, Frcpt-
The largest and best « quipped hotel in Maibeuf j
The ro >ms are large and comfortable. Table 1
Best. First-c'ass 1 ar in connection. Up to date |
HEADQUARTORS FOR HARNEY CO.
Ontario, Oregon
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