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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1903)
Notice to Credito««.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12. i'ÄB.
ed to speak to Owen. lie was
armed with a pistol and demanded
Owen to apologize for insulting
his wife. Owen claimed he did
not insult her, when Egbert com
menced to beat him over the head
witn the pistol. Young Alberson
had seen the pistol and told Mur
ray. The latter rushed into the
store, and seeing Egbert beating
Owen, drew his pistol and com
manded him to drop the gun and
throw up his hands.
dropped the gnu on the end of a
counter, at the same time Owen
rushed at him with a knife and
Murray shot, the ball taking ef
fect at the point of the left hip
and comming out near the spine
in the back. The man will recov-
er. Justice Callow held Murray
under $iooo bonds, Sheriff Al-
len brouglit the prisoner in and as
yet the bond has not been furnish-
teachers are the guests of Burns,
and everything is being done by
Supt Bartlett, the Instructors, and
our enterprising citizens to make
their visit here a pleasant one
It is very much to be regretted
regretted that one of the Instructors,
President K C. French, of the
Eastern Oregon State Normal was
not present, as it was the County-
Superintendents intention to have
' ADMl.xL • ■
Mrs H E.
All persons having claims against
, , little | j W Kelso deceased are notified
: iUr!7 ■
,‘thatbv order of the Honorable
ney County, State of Oregon, dated
: h. I -tale of \\ il-1 the 26th day of March 1903, the
In the MatI
One Y< »r
undersigned was appointed Admin
lars N. J e i - i deceased.
Three Mon Thu
To all wh< on it may concern: istrator of the estate o! ■■ ■ • K
Il tli- un-1 deceased and qualified on the 5th
Notice is le
.11 l.f A N HY K H
this 9th I day of August 1903, and to present
duly I such claims either to him in person
day of Sep '
II,u 11. C. Levens, j or by mail directed to him in the
The little extra put out by the
Times-Herald last Monday met
County Jud- ..f Harney County,| care of his attorney, Thornton
idministrator of' Williams. Burns Ore. properly veri
State of Oref
with much favorable comment
the E‘tatr- .f W i; lards N. Jorgensen fied and vouched for as required
from our prominent business men
prsons having' by law within 6 months from the
The Harney County Teachers deceased and
and the public in general. The
i Estate are here-, expiration of the publication of this
people appreciate «uch enterprise
Supt. J. C. Bartlett in the Business by required t p. -.ent them, with notice.
and The Times-Herald is pleased
College at 9 o’clock last Monday the proper vouchers therefor, with- [ [ First publication dated August
to assist in all public enterprises
tue date of this 18, 1903, in The Times-Herald -I
morning. Prof. H. A Dillard, of in six months fi
anti will continue to do its best to
tid ad ministra* weeks, 5 insertions. Last publi-
the Burns School, was chosen sec notioe, to
advance the interests of Burns and
; tor, at my 1 "
f residence in catiion Sept 5, 1903.
I larney County.
J. H. Oard,
The morning session opened with
The Time s-Herald realized the
Parrish & Rembold
Administrator. New and Elegant J
singing conducted by Mrs C. 11. at the ofliv
impôt tance of letting the people
Leanard and the following institute in said Buri.-.
Estate of J. W. Kelso deceased,
know that, although Floral Hall
lay> week »
Dated thin''th day of September
work was .xken up:
cu all stm
had been burned, we would have
Reading by J. H. Ackerman,
See the Lace Window Curtains
JOHN MCKINNON KILLED
J.... -: n J okoensen .
a fair and as there would be no
State Superintendent of Public in
at the Furniture Store Nothing
issue of any paper until today, the
struction, and Father Doyle. After
The Oregonian of
recess, the sudject of Geography
impression might get out that the
Cor. Main and
tains a press dispatch front Santa
was taken up and generally dis
fait would be postponed or the
Rosa Colifornia stating that A. J
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
association be in no shape to re- McKinnon was shot and instantly cussed.
UNITED STATES LAND OFPK'E.
The afternoon session was given
BURNS, Ore.. August 29,19033
killed by A. Garred, an escaped
Notice of Appointment')
I Notice is hereby given thnt Mart Baker, of
The extra was put out volun- lunatic. The dispatch says that
I Burns. Harney County, Oregon, has filed notu r
• of Administrator of the I
of intention to make proof on his def-crt-ian<i
Supt. Ackerman being the chief Estate of Effie M Svme [
tarily by The 'Times-Herald man Me Ki nnon was sitting on a porch
claim No. 20x. for the X' . NE‘» NI t.
NE'k NW ..Sec. 23, T 2»'. S. R 2> E. W . M.. he
fore, the Register ami Receiver at B hi ik . ore.
agement and without one cent’s with a friend when Garred came
on Tuesdav. the 29 day of septeml <-r.
Prof A. C. Finn gave an instruc
Notice is hereby given that the He names the following witness->
cost to the Association or anyone along, pulled a pistol and fired
the complete irrigation ami réclamai ion oi said
tive talk on the subject of reading
John C. Freeman, Julius ' hamller. lorn
else except the regular advertis without winning. The bullet pass- This completing the work for Mon undersign'd has been appointed land.
Allen ahd Joseph N. Thomas, all of Burns, Ore.
WM- F abrk , Register.
ers. it was sent to every sub through his heart Garred made day the meeting adjourned for tin administrator of the above named
scriber on our books. It gave an
by virtu< of an order of the Honor* NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
a t ount of the unfortunate fire and
abb-, th- County Court of the State
Both men are well known here
also assured its readers the fair
UNITED STATES LAND OFFK E.(
where John McKinnon was sheriff
Ths teachers convention ivi. of Oregon, for the County of Har-
Burns, Oregon, July 9. 1908.i
would be held, reaching the peo
for two terms, and was a highly re opened this morning by singing the 1 in y, duly made and entered in that Notice is hereby given that Joseph N. Thomas
County, Oregon, has tiled
ple of this county almost a week spected citizen. Garred was ex
of intention to make proof on his desert
national anthem “America,” after behalf.—that the date of said order notice
land claim No. 323, for the SE11 and S\V1 t X!.1,
in advance of regular publication amined here nt one time as to his
20, Tp. 26 8., R. 29 E.. W. M. before the Reg-
i I 1903 and i • Sec.
which the following program was i - the 19th daj i
Isler and Receiver at Btirne, Oregon, on I lies
sanity but wan not committed as the carried out by the teachers:
that tin undersigned has qualified I day the 29th day of September, 1.03.
| He names the fallowing witne-s--s to piov<
The Times-Herald ig here to dispatch states. Garred was com
The subjeot of spelling'was intro tfieri tn d t an<l is now the duly the complete irrigation ami reclamation of
ÎTÎ'îehine Oil, E
land: John C. Freeman, Julius <'handler,
give its rentiers the'best services mitted to the insane asylum in duced by Supt. Ackerman at the .'ipp 'in' 1. qualified and acting ad | ) said
Tom Allen and Mart V. Baker.
Pure Ma »il
W m F abre , Register.
possible in the way of local news. California last April. He has two morning session, followed by l’rof
it e. That
It felt that its readers were enti brothers living near Burns.
A. C. Finn, who discussed the pur all per-ons having claims against
John McKinnon's parents, a poses and aims of reading.
said estate, should present the same NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
tled to an extra. Its mission is to
The next topic was, “A Program io me, the undersigned, by mail,
give the news. It is pleased with brother and four sisters reside in
UNITED STATES LAND OFFK E. ■
Oregon, September, 4, 1903. i
the many complimentary remarks this county. The dispatch ends: for the Rural School,”., which was addressed at Lawen Post Office, Notice is Burns,
given that the foliowit g
It transpires that Garred escaped presented by^ Supt. Ackerman, Harney County, . r through my named eettler hereby
file<l notice of his intenti
and substantial encouragement
to make final proof in support of his claim, ami
from the asylum three weeks ago, followed by a general discussion of attorney, at hi- ollice in Burns;— that said proof will be made before the Register
a' the hands of its readers and
Receiver at Burns, Oregon, on o< t. i er. i
and that since that time he had the subject by the institute.
-h tuld be duly and
1903, viz: Hd. E. No. Ititi.*» of Nannie Bvirlex for
the NU SWJ4, 8E>4 XW 1 ,. See. x. T . I
been hidden in his mother’, home
At the afternoon session Prof ver li' I as by law required, accom E., W. M
She names the following witnesses to pr..\e
in this place. He liad not been M, E. Rigby read h very interesting panied In v-.
r.« if any exist, her continuous residence upon ami cultivation
of said lauti, viz: Charles t ronin. Ere-I I ii • ,
Eagle seen by any one in all that time, paper on. “The Value of Comnier and I Ii .d d in within six months | Hugh A. Martin, David W. Cox. al! of I’.iirn.-,
but today his mother becoming
conies Io us this week enlarged to alarmed a bis absence, made in cial Training in the public'schools.”
W m . F arse . ii
eight columns. Bros. Patterson quiry, and this revealed the fact of Supt. J. H. Ackerman [lectured on viz: four ■ k- .1 time from and
& Waul are getting out one of the his having been here since his es “The Importance ofjLittle Thing-,' after the do ' of the first notice in
cape from the institution
1 ■ in --1]< raid, news
giving many* practical illustiatio. s setted in '
best papers published in the inter
Garred’s mother is censured by of every day life, relative to tie paper, print'd tnd published at
ior and are receiving a good pa every one for harboring the'insane
Burn.«, t >-wit, -iturdav the 22n-l
man in her home and for not notify “Little Mchool Marm ”
Success to youlboys.
Prof Tinn took up the subject of day ot A> .
-ml the consecutively
ing the officers
There is much indignation over Arithmetic and gave a very inter -uete.'l ; _ f ,r regular insertions
'Paxes will become delinquent the affair, and even though he is esting talk "on*'the necessity for thereafter, ni iking in all five in
insane there is a belief that Garred practical and thorough work.
sertions Hid ending Saturday the
on Oct. 7 and the penalty and in
will be roughly handled when ap
19th day "l‘S. jitemiier 1903, from
terest will be added after that date. prehended
which last named date the said
Taxpayers should bear this in
The morning session was opened six months period commences to
by singing the[song “Oregon,", after i run.
Sensational advertisement may till a which the following work was tak-
These wheels at c g uai I
J. p. Dickenson
theatre tor a single night, or sometimes 1 en up:
Another Kenefit Performance.
Fine Watch Repairing A Spe
year. Call and get pt ice.
even for a week, but when people throng
History and geography, A C.
Thornton \\ illiatns,
into the theatre week after week and
l’rof. W. 1'". Werschkul, whois
year after year, as they have done to see Finn.
at present conducting a music Camille during the years since it was ,
Biisiness Forms in Every-day
class in this city, will give a con first produced, there must be some potent Life, Prof M E. Rigby.
The afternoon exercises were
cert at the end of the term as is reason. It is not far to seek. It is be
cause Camille portrays great emotions
always his custom. Two years and consequently gives opportunity for opened with song service and the
ago Ins , lass gave a concert which great acting You can't have great act concluding work of the institute
was well received and highly ap ing without great plavs, and great plays was a* follows:
are only built upon great passions, over
History and Geography—Prof.
preciated by our people. This
whelming emotions The instinct of the A. C. Finn; Penmanship, Prof. M
M e 1;
just received a consignment of our Fall and Winter Dry
year his pupils are farther ad public in these matters is unerring. The
ii d- Linings, Trimmings, ready made Skirts, Waists, Fasci
F Rigby followed by a general di-
vanced and the music will Iw of a box otlice tells a story that is beyond
nate i »uting Flannels. Ribbons, Laces. Muslins, Calicos, ready
argument. Plays like Camille appeal to cussien of the subjects
ma le < thing, Notions; in fact everything that is carried in an
The secretary’s record reveals the
the intellect. Object to their problems
Prof. Wetschul wa> asked to as you mav. you are forced to think fact, that 20 certificates of atten
up to ' ,te General Merchandise Store. We carry the
contribute a part of the proceeds alamt them They draw- ever playgoer, dance were issued.
fiom the concert toward the town from tile- highest to the lowest, because
Resides the abojre the following
they sweep the gamut of all the emotions
i lock fund ami he readily consent of w hich the heart iscap.ilile Laughter, exercises were held at the Baptist
As well as the
Affords the people of j; t
ed. < >ne half of the receipts of tears, intense dramatic tension, enthus Church Monday evening:
first class modern Businc
Vocal solo, Sam Meharry.
the concert will go for that pur lasm, tear all are evoked; and liest of
every course involved in
all they bring to the swrface human sym
X ocal aolo, J. G. Harper.
1’be matter was brought
as charged else where 1
pathy that transcendent quality that
Prayer Rev A. J. Irwin.
Of Dr,— ti ,D nd Trimmings of any bouse in the county. This
at any time. Instrv t
before the class last night and met distinguishes man from the brutes, and
months the College v.
Lecture. "The Trend In Educa in a hnitt- i by » v ry dress-maker in town.
with unanimous approval and en makes civiliration possible. Plays tike
tion, What Is It.” Hon J. II Ack
Those taking part will
ish them, and what does the stage lie- erman.
now work with a will to make come—a dreary parade ground for the
Vocal aolo. Prof Werschkul.
For teachers ami uth. ■
tins conceit the best production in trifling commonpl.ux* Tragedy is ad
The institute was largely attend
For specimens of [>(...
the music line, ever given in our
art Tin- 'problem play" so-called, are ed and great interest in educational
The concert will Ire given nothing more nor le*« than the tragedies matters was manifested by those
Prices Louies Than Ever before.
Thin m I. iv , Sept. Jy.
ol nrntlcrn file So I ong ns life present in attendance.
these problems, the stage will assert its
A Resolution of thanks to Supt
right to deal with them - Florence
Hit \Nl»IO MS SHOOTING
Roberts, in S F l»r.imatie Review
Tlie Tini"s-H<r sbl recoin mend* niouslv.
Silenti Alien .ind Dr. Marsden
The institute closed by singing.
a first class production of the «I hivs
have returned from Andrews piece bv Miss Georgia Harper and “God Be With you Till We Meet
«hue tlu y were called to inves tier excellent company, next week Again."
“ ■ 1 1 bu-V *" artick « 1116 City Drug Store and find it
The following teachers were in
tigati a shofimg affray mentioned
w yy unsatisfactory, bring it back and get your money
JOHN PG KOTS Him.
in i'he Tunes Herald extra Mon
1 I do not. at any tune, want yOUr money unless
J. H Ackerman. A C Finn, H
da} . The man shot was not mor
Several of the John Pay track A Dillard. C H Lsmard. A C.
are satis ‘tied. I am not sentimental about h; I know it yo u
tali} wounded, as was inferred b\
arid ball team arrived last night to Finn. M R Rigby, Lena Harky.
pay me to treat you well.
the ‘phone message.
participate in the «ports next week
Alica Smith. I.eelah Met »ee, Mrs
Harry Egbert, a married man They are all well built fellow« and
T ¡LREFORE if you are wanting anything in
C H Iteonatd. Hattie Bartlett.
who runs a restaurant was shot b} no doubt ail! be a formidable Lie. May Harrison, Maude Clark Juba
f drug,, medicines, toilet articles, perfumes, nut,
The boys a.e being entertained by
T. F. Murray. It seem* that at local athletes
Those why» arrived (»reels», Ella Thompson. Alice
periodicals, or anything usually carried bv a
tirsi « -- phirmacy, gne me a call and be convinced. To
a dance on Saturday night Chas, last night are W. F Form, James Graham, Claris Burrows, Vivian
____ , Charles
______ Hendricks. Mary Griffin. Mabie
t >w en was supposed to have in-' Kennedy, W A Luce,
t < ho»e
"st“' ” “’7'
Crane, l ewis Part. K S Hickman.
suited I gbcrt's wife and Egbert Fred Woods Horace Johnsun, alt Gowan, Ktbsl McGee. Ross Kern
D. ug > re head-quarters whtle in the city. Leai e
went to Sin} th'* store where of John l*av and Henry Flak of Mrs A Cote and Mr« M E Rigby
r ou id,es until you are ready to leave town and they „i!,
Ow en w as sleeping. Egbert met Prairie City. Kbl. Joues, Frank
I.m e. Oliver Johnson. J. B French
Up-to-dste jvb printing at reas
Somm} Alberson in the store anti and Joe Johnson are expected this
asked him to step out a* he desir-, evening.
Special accommc a
Dain and Ac*-
Deering i tovi
New 3tc. ci
Fall and Winter Goods
LflTtST STYLES AND FASHIONS