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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1903)
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JOHN CARDWELL COMMUTED SLTCibE.
mum benefit under irrigation law .
fn the County Ct urt of t •
its money shall then go into a gen
Blows the Top of His off With a Rifle
of Oregon,for the County or
eral fund f r expenditure in the
Last Sunday Evening.
nATCKDAY. NOV EM BEK 21, 1ÍMW.
los prosperous states.
in the Matterof the E : 1 /
S' nator McCurr.ber argues that
During the temporary absence
f Ralph Brown, Decear*■ >
.-I i. < ill PT I ON RATES :
the state., producing the greatest iiis wife John Cardwell took bis own
Notice is herel y give,
revenue from the sale of their life by shooting tho top of his head the undersigned Admini-
Six Multi h»
public lands are entitled to the off with a rifle last Sunday evening >.he estate of Ralph I’-
greatest con-¡deration in the i v- between 5 and fi o'clock. I lie ad ■ 1, will, on Wednt-d iy
— — Manaiftr penditure of irrigations fund , and was committed at his own home in day of December
.ILI.IA N HYKI»
he seriously objects to diverting this city a id no one else was in tic ,f 2 o’clock P. M oii’i-r :
following deserth'-d I '
If the cattle-iaiseis in the inter .ill of the funds from such states house at the time.
wit:—the North half
ior of Olegon can get better as O.egon, Washington, North
Westr Quarter, th' " ’
prices for their stock through a anil South Dakota, to the develop
of the Norti
small la i f tiu-t, it is part of their ment of Aiizona, Nevada am
cide Mr. Cardwell had b ■ n >'iP' r- ai d the North W • -t 1.
busincs to organize and hold similar stall > and territories, when
ug ill health for -oni" time and he South East Quart r
their slock over. Woolmen have such ¡i policy me ins indefinite f ared a stroke of paralysis and be
Twenty-two (22) Tow:
been benefited by pooling their postponement of irrigation work ing left helpless. Mrs. Ella Cald (."()) South Range T:
wool and cattlemen will reap the in the most deserving states.
well, his wife's sister, fount! him
. E. \Y. M. in II
The McC'umber bill is sure to lying I id im the lounge in h’.s din-
same hie- ing from the same prac
• gun, at the Court H
tice. I e fa< t is, there is not half lead to an interesting discussion I ing room about <i o’clock, she h iv- it.; City of Burns Hari
enough co-opt ■> ation among pro at lilt: coming session, and will en I ing gone over to take him somt thing Oregon, at public am1'
I he producer stands list considerable support from the to eat.
iiighe-t and best Lidih t .
Mrs. Cardwell h id been nursii g hau l, to satisfy the deLt
done and the buyers, packers, Pacific
Coast and Northern
I tiei.t it tie hospitalWnd
said estate, the cost and ex:
commi- u,n houses and railroads States, although it will be oppos
’clock went home to see how her of administration tog-
do .ill the co-operating and reap ed by the great arid region of the
all tin pii.lit - T’hi> low price of Southwest, which,now contributes husband was. She found he liai , >?t> and expenses of tL
H. C. Brow:
cattle on loot this winter has not but a mite to the reclamation made arrangements to take hl.-' own
life and told her of his intentions,
affecti 1 the pine of meat to the fund, but demands practically the
at the same time handing her t)
consumer in the t ides. No mat entire uni. liven such states as
Petition for Liquor L ícense
ter whether live beef is up oi Utah, Colorado and Wyoming
“Dear .Manti — Forgive mo for
voi I nigmm must pay may lie counted on to oppose the what I am about to do but I can’t
We the undersigned ley:;,
all lie lie left for meat, so the Mi Cumber bill, for these states, help it. The last ray of hopi- is g ■: of Lake Precinct, Harney '
i .ittleiiicn’> ti list will certainly under prospective operations, will and it grieves mo to see you strtig- Smte of regon, respecti .:
help the members and will not receive immediate benefits far in gle alone, and to know I can’t help. tl,,n the [foil. County Court
materially injure the community. excess to wha*. is justified by their you Good-bye, nry dear, and L ad ney
, ,. ( (’minty,
State of Oregon
E.a u ( ti egoman.
a good life. From your husband. ¡,r)Ult n License to Price Cocl
i ontributions to date.
JOHN ( A RDM ELL.
spirituous, Malt and
Mrs. Cardwell stated at the cor
Liquors in less quantitit
INSTALLED AS PASTOR
We mint wort for tin; best in
tier’s inquest that slio thought she . .
¡n Bako I’recin
tel < i of all, and I doubt not,
had succeeded in persuading him
. County. State of On.
fiom lli. naliiri and character of
M u (iiliivi iv and Rev I! F Harper, not to commit the act. She had t ;i. p,.r;, l of three Month
the gentlemen that are here, that
... ,mid we will ever ]•
all PrMiyteriaii ministers, arrived return to the hospital to arrange !r
selfish interests will be buried
here last Saturday. They come to having her patient ami lie 1 i
We must remember that we have condui t the ceremonies 'if install promised he would do nothing un Ted Dunn, II 11 Elliot1
pt r. ate i nt< rptises These must ing Rev A .1 Irwin as pastor of this til her return. This was about T
, Di M 8 i
lie piot-< lerl, because I for one, church and also to hold a series of o'clock.
Travet-, Don Baker, E D
would not be a party to the en- meetings in this county.
He had brought in a large canvas R
Hutchinson, Chas M
nator, Sid Con
foneim-iil of any law which would
The installation ceremonies took from the wood shetl which be h id
dive t \ led rights of any of their place last Sunday evening in the spread over the. lounge, also pi,:, I .n,ln. |j pr(,] Scott, Ed • .
piivil p , '.i rights, without just |iie> 'ii< • of a large congregation some old bed clothing around il ' ,y | Dunn. 0 W Curti-.
compensation. Irrigation in this which tilled every seat in lhe prevent soiling the floor and furi l- ¡ . < I, v Frank Dtmn. U :
slal<' is in Us infancy along these church. Special music was ar- ture mid had changed hie udib , - r p,.rry K,ed E H r
.1, C Simmons, Jersv M
lines of development and the ranged for tho occasion and the wear-
Coroner Marsden found the Lo iy
,■ ,j(,v [
in lin tiling to be done in framing meeting throughout was quite in
te resting Krv Irwin han filled the lying upon the lounge, a Winch- *' tjn, .J c Creasman, 1). 8. €
law is tl .it tl.ey be formed that
A.ierman. R ■’
pulpit in the First I’resby terian ter rille lying partly aoroM it ■'
what ni i i- done in future may
church of this place for the past the butt resting on the floor. 'I'. llames, l> A Cawlfield
lie don. in regular order without three year i but was elected only wound showed the muzzle of th-- i;rown \ J. Simmons, I). .'
coniu- ng ■■■ lonflictmg. (lover from year to year. His supporters gun had been placed just internal, p |
bitter, M. Stormir,
inn < i. in . i- E (. Iiamherlain.
and members of his church finally and a little above tho left eye. Th Rutherford, F. L. Antler- >:i.
made a call for bis being installed entire top of the head had hcen h'- Stewart, C. E Smith, .J. E I
the regular pastor, bonce the erally torn oil’. Dr. Marsden
Sylvester Smith, Geor." "i:
In touvei salititi xvitli thè <liti-
Rev Irwin is now found the following note on th< ta and W. V. Maupin.
el ent t orniti oflii i.ds and piomi-
permaueiitl . established here and ble:
Notice is hereby given th
nenl nien of ibis ciiutity, The
i »■ ar Muud —My sufh ri: :
will r mam, unless at some future
the 14 day of December,
I'imt I l<mid finds all in favor nf
time he should resign or tie asked more than 1 can stand. Forgive
»ill apply to the ci. \
an extra session of the legilatlire
toby I lie in. inbership. During his me I know that you would tie
urt for tho license i . t
to it mills the defect in the tax stay here lie has won the friendship anything far me, but what al ■ : t
law. County Clerk Rittler says and good will of all (he people and in' ? I can’t do nothing for you, so
it work a hardship on the tax- is one of the most popular ministers must go against my will?'
AScien tifie Discovery.
Deceased was 4(1 years old and ;
paseis id tin- count) to pay in ever ill this field. The people of
Kotlol Dyspepsia Cure does f
ti led ■ i. tl ■ indebtedness incured Burns and Harney county are to was born in Vrekn, California. lie
by the tegular expenses and be congratulated upon semiring his was married to Miss Maude Jame '.lie stomach that which it i
'0 do for itself, even w'
would seriously handicap the servii ' i m the church work for mi son eight years ago
iiihtlv disordered or over
load building which lie considers
K >dol Dyspepsia Cure stippl
Rev Dr Milligan and Rev Mac-
natural juces of digestion and <1
Gillivrav have been holding church
the work of the stomach, relaxir
Shortly after three o'clock this th1’ uuvous tension, while tl,
every night during the past week
Pit» advices late that West and will < oiitiliue all next week. nmrning an alarm of fire was turned 1 fUtned muscles of that erg
, , ] allowed to rest and heal.
ern Si to: and Representatives Rev llarp. r mid Irwin are conduct m. ....
1 lie electric bglit
wires bad Dvspeiwia
■ r, Cure >• digests
aie genii.ilh in favor of the lull ing meetings in Harney and some become crossed in some manner , 3t and ensbles the stomach
intioiltii eti by
MiCmubei to of the ministers will later visit and burned out in several bu»ines-' ,lig, tive organs to transf'ii
amend the it l igation law by giv I awen and perhaps Drewsey. The houses on main street. The rain !;,,'d in'0 r'ch red blood,
ing each state the immediate be Times- IB raid hopes they may ac storm had »omothing to do with it | kl,rns druggists
nefit of the money which it raises complish nm<di good in the line of ami caused a short circuit where “
from the sale of its lands, II church work and urges the people the insulation was broken or wlier ••
to nttt nd tl -e meetings and lend wires were close to each other.
should be passed.
II. M Horton of the Electrt
theit moral -import at least Good
1RS. ROBBINS’ AR I S i > J
tiiu-ie is furnished mid the choir Light Cr says the damage is 1, t '
It) (MIMI IRRUÍ \l ION Iti
mnki’s a special effort at the Sun
and see her beantij
be mails today. The lights burned H • line of goods.
day evening meetings
out in the postofllce, Schwartz A
” *•- -- -•
\\ ishio.J.m, Nov. 16. Senate»
Budelman's Trisch «( Dot 1 g:tn’
saloon, City Drug Store, ' Welcome ij Pilloir Designs, de.
Mt Cmiil'i i , of North I Xikota,
tin oiigh a bill lit- inti'odm i-d lodat.
The big comedy show and con-, Pharmacy, I O 0 F Hall, two street j -’’j Si angles, etc- Full 1
>eii d ii , it t- that lie intends, if cert nt I >iTier's Hall next Satur lights. City Meat Market, ar.d M
of Embroidery dl
possible, to st t iiii- an amendment day night Nov 2Stli E II Meade FitzGerald's residence.
P< tenberg braid
James Donegan was quite severe
to the National irrigation act. who hi» been a favorite in Burns
which will enable those state* I as an actor and entertainer for ly shocked by placing hi» hands on is:
an iron pipe connected to the awn
conlributuig tin- largest amounts three years and who is now a citl-
ing on the front of the Citv Drug
to tin i i am.itiim lund to receive z> n ot Harney couiitv is rehearsing
a unp mv of I al talent anil will Store. Joe Morris was al*o el.ght-
the greatest beiielits.
pioiliii'i'the gn at w-'stern comedy I Iv shocked No other excitii.y
lie proposes to abolish that
tl atua ■ |!o:.ler Lind" or, (a* the features occured except it is ren r’-
fc.iliu e of the law which place»
play 1 ki an in the East) In Ara »ti Ike Schwartz in hi* haste '
all fund» anting from the sales of
We have juat rec i ■ t ■;
I’lie climaxes ami dramatic drv»,« after he ring the alarm. :
liixsls Linings. T: u ■
publii I.unis into a general fund scent'* ar" thrilling and the plot is! his arm* into ths legs of his draw,
itor». Outing ■
foi ii <■ iu>il i tlirt t tion of a Sec interesting throughout. There are 1 ers ami tried to draw th- 111 on ov r
Clothing. N\ :...
n ' ii v. nd Io substitute a provi five comedy characters which
Gei. ral M,
sion lli.it tl i funds r.ii»<-d from the make von laugh ami you will for
silt of Lmds in each state shall bi I get y our troubles, kiss your mother-
Mi»» Enid, arrived here from Buri -
expenili'il in the construction ot I in-law and be happv
In addition anil without extra Ore . Monday evening On « visit ;
' o'i " >tt ms in that state un
til »mb time a» all its atail- charge there will be a concert and N|r Cawltn Id's sister, Mrs J E
ablt watei shall bare treen utiliz vaudivillc urogram after the play Roliert* Miss Knit! is on her wav
to Denver for ni- ilieal treatment
ed f"i ii ligation purposes. In The whole to conclude with a
| i’.|as N • •» *.
Of Dr -» i • Is and Triniti.:
r.thei wi >, he pro|»oses that
a tted hy « very dref--n. .
Shing" bv Mr Meade—adniisaion
tin i< »1 ' be expended in the re-
25 and 50 cent»—space will be re- Ontari<>-Runt* stage line, returned
tl.un.i" n of and and semiarid
rtr ’rerfl K*ay art c
served for private < hain—Special 1 Thursday from a busiue** trip t.
land* of Oregon all moneys de- sci nery for each act and a perfor
Salubria and at her Idaho t wn<
rived fi om the sale o( lands in mance that it guaranteed
.Mr Williams state* that he •
tluv t ite, up to the tune tor ir-
ed a sleigh ride «luring hi* alt
\\ hen anv
Singer Sewing Machine* *1 N -’•'•lar ■>
one .t.i'i I. » received due maxi-1 Brown A Sot.a.
I Job printing The Time» Hera
Fail and W
LftTtST STY . '
Ci Y MEAT
,¡1 at Jorgensen’s-
LEVENS & MACE, Propli
Beef, Mutton, P
•¡: Circuit Court of the State 0!.
.on, for Harney County.
■: Simmons, Deft ’
;, Taylor Simmons the above
11,. d Defendant:
In the name of the State of Ore-1
you are hereby required to ap- j
and answer, or otherwise
t„ the complaint filed against!
the above entitled action, on j
- the first day of (he regu-
rm of the above entitled i
to-wit: on or before tho 19th
. April 1904; and if you fail I
Full Supply always on hand, I. I
CORNED BEEF, ft0L(6
Special attention given large orders. Beef sold by the„,
cut tip to suit the customer.
.¿r and answer or otherwise
to plaintiffs complaint, for
of the plaintiff will take
im nt against you fir the sum
One Hundred and sixty five
¡are, and for the costs and dis-
,rfi merits of this action.
fou will take notice that this
¡miiione is served upon you by
■ S lication, by order of Hon H. C.
judge of the County Court
Harney County. Oregon, and!
. 1 order was made and dated ■
■l'Jtb day of November 1903,
1 urn- Oregon.
Geo. W. Hayes,
Attorney for Plaintiff. [
and 11 a tn. bet.veen'lA
ZZaclzs, SuiclzTocaids,1 Me
Complete line on hand.
Notice is herby given that the
L reigned, C. T. Cary, was duly
outed administrator of the es-
f David Cary deceased, bv
H. C. Levens, County Judge
■' rm y County, Oregon, on the
:■ ■' y of November 1903.
.. creditors holding claims
.. ust the said estate are required ■
si nt their claims, duly verified I
law required, at the oflice of
. Biggs, Burns, Oregon,
'¡•¡in six months from the date of
first publication of this notice.
: first publication hereof is
: .L i t 14th 1803,
C. T. Cary,
Administrator of the
Estate of David Cary.
Gslvanized Pipe, Block Pipe, Stove Ppi
Pipe pittingS'-All k nds.
RIFLE 'S, SHOTGUNS, TOY GUNS, flMRUm
of all kinds for all of them.
Hunting Goats, Hunting Laegg qs , Htmfl
Caps, Gun Cases, Cartridge Gosas, Bte.,^1
... ,v ,
, ?nd Sp0 -
Galvanized, Black and Smooth Wire.—Windocffi
Tinuuare, Graniteutare, Enameledc.:; ., Steeluier’ 2
: WINDSOR CAFE
O’iv r hi!\
L avs , Sulky “ .
Walking Plows, Disc Plows, Disc
SAM BICK BY, Prop*..
, • a all hours day-night.
row Cultivators, Garden Cultivators- ailh__
of Agricultural implements.
■, erienced Chef in charge of
popular place. Everything to
and drink. Drop in and see.
GEER & CUMMINS, Burns.«
ri Orders a Specialty
Of all the choice varieties are now
,: . 1 ready to be picked; enough | ♦
ipply Harney, Malheur and
, m ' >ne and all and lay in your :
it for the winter is fore it ia too i •Í
’ring you packing material and
ping outfit and be happy—but
forget the CASH.
ri< per bushel, for good winter
: , • in the orchard, 50 cts.
D. B. RINEHART, Propt.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABE»->
LEW IS A DIBBLE. I
to Ira ■
frc’nlhi cams. »it t.
i reek or in on th-
FIRST CLASS LIVERY
• i. T
x 'i-'1’ ■
TO OUR pfiTRONS AND Tfl'. pUBlE
Watch Repairing A
OrPOSTTK THE r. o.
ut of our Fall and Winter Dry
y made Skirts, Waists. Fasci-
Laces. Muslins, Calicos, ready
everything that is carried in an
"tore. We carry the
house in the county. This
Kiftr ft taaalt. Call atti nt aar
FALL i> here and winter almost ' band- -B
I '■ ■'•'
■’ -h. Are yen." II .vc >
edy in the house which you can rely on? Web4'*’
one at 50c we can recommed to you highly. ‘
QLR prescription department is ready to
'-'scription for fail and winter mt
the very best and freshest drugs and cl:
" rk- °Qr p . are .ilw :■ rt
on will, and so we want to remi.- i v '•
nothing better than our tooth powders, large
boxes for 25c. Tooth-brushes of all k • ids ' id so
•Honey back if they are not satisfactory.
ns, it p.
Cl ONGES, hair-brushes, fine toilet
water bottles, fountain syringes, t
everything that you would expect m a t:
well-conducted drug store is here (or you.
QL R lotion for chapped hands, crack
skin is just what you need at this ■
I nee 25c.
I O IS of other things’ that we
Kabout but which you can find in t
condition at this store.
■ Ever before.
i afe r-, - •
I he City Drug St°re