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CLOSING OUT SALE
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WATERS,
HAGEY <St
COMPANY.
We have inaugurated a closing-out sale, for CASH ONLY, beginning January 1st, 1904, on all,lines of Dry-Goods, Cloth­
ing, Overcoats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Hats, etc.
: them to to you at reduced prices.
We have one of the best lines of Groceries in Burns, and will sell
Call and be convinced.
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SATURDAY. JANUARY ». 11MM.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
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three Mon the
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BEST ASSORTMENT
Again The Times-Herald finds
ii a duty to take issue with the
Oiegoman. The assertion of
that paper’s Washington corres­
pondent that the water flow of
the streams are insufficient to ir­
rigate this valley, and further that
it is all appropriated, would lead
its readers to infer that our only
hope and all we could expect is
experimental artesian wells.
Since when did the Oregonian
learn that all the water of our
streams had been appropriated?
Is its Washington correspondent
familiar with the water supply,
and further does he know the pre­
set. t methods of irrigating in this
section? Following the clipping
which appears on the first page
the Oregonian quoted a portion of
the report of Prof Russell on the
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being on the 1O.V.
19th ,1....
day ..r
of December
f)r’y^ . r . . Chamberlain,
G. T.
noted the change.
Where once
“Harney artesian basin.” Why a few turnips or other hardier
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- Nulley, G 'Lorenzana,
George Ade. in the early days of 1903, and being published for four ' Bond,
Ruh
this should be brought out just at vegetables were grown now can his career, before the “Fables in weeks or five publications.
Lewis Glenn. Frank Kueny, Chas
Fields, F. Meranda, T I. Little, B
this time, i( not to prejudice the
W.
L.
M
arsden
,
Slang
”
had
brought
him
fame,
be found strawberry and tomato
|T. Fical, P. Andrews, Charles
public against our claims for a re­
Special administrator. Leroy, B A Smats, C. S Fields.
vines, as well as fruits of different called one morning in Chicago up­
servoir, The Times-Herald does
on
a
Sunday
editor,
on
a
mission
I Notice is hereby given that on
varieties.
Therefore there is
the 9th day of January, 1904, we
from a theatrical manager.
not know. Prof. Russell was
every reason for our demand for
i
will apply to the above entitled j
"I
have
brought
you
this
mar.u-
here last July and talked with a
recognition for Government aid
I court for the license as specified in
script
—
,
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he
began;
but
the
editor
representative of this paper in re­
this petition.
in irrigation.
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looking up at the tall awkard, timid
gard to our possibilities in the line
S chuebner linns
youth, interupted.
of artesian water for irrigating
“Just throw the manuscript in
purposes. He said we certainly
Negotiations are pending be­
LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION.
the waste-basket, please.” lie said
had artesian water, but it was tween the State Board of Fish
“I’m very busy just now, and
possible that 10,000 feet would be Commissioners and the United havent time to d 1 it myself.”
We, the undersigned legal voters |
the depth to reach a sufficient States Fish Commissioner with a
of
Pueblo Precinct, ETarney County,]
Mr. Ade obeyed calmly. He re­
State of Oregon, respectfully peti-1
How.
view to the lease of the new state sumed:
tian the Honorable Court of Harney
When pressed in regard to the salmon hatchery at Ontario to the
"I have come from the--------
County, State of Oregon, to grant a
practicability of artesian wells for Government. If the lease can be theater, and the manuscript I have
License to J. C. Peterman to sell
irrigation he admitted it was ques­ effected as desired, the expense of just thrown into the waste-basket
spirituous, malt and vinous liquors
60 different games all new
tionable. In the White Horse operating the hatchery will be is your comic force of‘The Erring
—one in each package of
in lessquautitie? than one gallon in
section tnere are flowing wells, borne by the Federal Government Son,’ which the manager asked me
Pueblo Precinct Harney County,
but flow merely enough water the result to the fishing industry to return to you with thanks He
State of Oregon, for ths period of
for stock purposes.
three months, as in duty Ixiund we
will be the same, and the state suggests that you sell it to an un­
ever pray.
The matter of sufficient water will save some $6ooo a year, dertaker, to be read at funerals,”
NAMES,
Then Mr. Ade smiled gently and
is now being solved by the Gov­ which can be devoted to develop­
withdrew
Adam Adrian, K R McKinzie,
ernment engineers and should be ment of the fishing industry else­
Chas. W. Seed, W M Ward, Don
left to them. They certainly see where in the state. The United
Gould, R. Gilham, Joseph Catlow.i
What’s in a Name?
• 1 H. J. Jarvis, Fred Holloway, J G
much merit in our Silvies reses- States Fish Commissioner is fav­
Holloway, A. Lundin, James Cook,
Everything is in the name when
voir project as the work being orable to the plan and only ques­
J
W Geary, Frank Adrain, W J
done indicates. They certainly tion is whether satisfactory terms it comes to Witch Hazel Salve,
Sisson, Ernest Holloway, Frank
E
C. DeWitt A Co. of Chicago dis­
Baldis.
know more about it than the Ore­ can be agreed upon.
covered
some
years
ago
how
to
make
Notice is hereby given that on
gonian’s correspondent.
the 9th day of January, 1904, I will
salve from Witch Hazel that is a
Anyone familiar with the irri­
apply to the above entitled court
Creamery butter is selling for specific for piles For blind, bleed­
gation methods that have been
for the license as specified in this|
40 cents per pound in Pendleton ing, itching and protruding Piles,
petition.
practiced for the past many years
at present. This would mean 38 eczema, cuts burns bruises and all
J. C. P eterman
will admit there is not sufficient
cents per pound paid to the far­ skin diseases DeWitt's Salve hae
water to flood Harney valley from
mer for butter fat. Al this price no equal. This has given rise to
the fu st of April until July. That
numerous worthless counterfeits.
an ordimry cow would yield an
Ask for DeWitt's—the genuine
is how the water has been used.
income of $9.50 per month. If sold by Burns druggists
All admit, too, that such methods j
HOPKINS & GARRETT
there is any other small invest­
are of the past anil more economy
ment that will yield this return it
are still at the old stand anil
The
ladies
of
the
basket
ball
club
practiced which will not only be
still making those fine saddles
has not yet been found in Uma­ have completed arrangements for a
a benefit to a larger number but
that have become so (Kipular
tilla county. — East Oregonian.
leap vear dance next Friday even­
give better results.
with the riders of this section.
ing, January 15, at Locher's hall
Men who have made a scienti­
Write them for anything in
The young ladies will have com­
fic study of irrigation and had
COUNTV COUNT DOINUS.
the line of harness, saddles,
plete charge of the affair, mamig
JOHN GEM BEHLING,
practical experience assert that
chaps, bridles etc, if not con­
ing the floor at.d paying all the
Report
of
II
C.
Corbin,
riqiervi-
Jeweler.
Optician
more water goes to waste in Har­
venient to call.
bills. Gentlemen are invited to
fckurraver.
sor
of
road
district
No.
6,
approved
ney valley than is used. So long
They are the sole agents in
come and will lie admitted free but
Fine Watch Repairing A
as the spring flood is not stored nnd accepted.
this county for Security Slock
all ladies taking part in the dance
cialty.
Liquor license granted to W. L, must buy a ticket al *1 per, also • Reinedit s.
for use at the proper time, those
Clark
A Co of Lawen fur a period take their partner to eupper. The
OPPOSITE THE P. o.
who have land in the overflow
of
wix
months.
committees
are
as
follows:
General
districts must use it in that man­
Report of W. 1’. Robbins, super­ arrangements, Ella Caldwell, Ella
ner in order to reap any benefit.
Duncan,
Should a reservoir lie built and visor of road district No 7 appro veil Motherahead. Goldie
Myrtle Smyth and Clare Swain;
and
accepted.
water used properly, better crops
Music. Goldie Duncan, Dora Cald
will follow and of a different
Report of Chas. Turner, super­
“AN IH MCE 01 HEVENTAT1VE IS WOITI A POUND OF CERE.
well, Ella Thompson; Supper,
quality. From observations cov­ visor of road District No 16 approv­
Bertha Williams, Esther Schwartz,
Therefore do not wait until you have become bedfast
ering a period of twenty years, ed.
Ella Caldwell; Recepti on. Vella
before
you awake to your condition. Get your cold and
the writer feels certain that the
The account and report cf J. P. Mace, Alice Sweek, Nita Smith;
cough
medicines
ami have them on hand—for now is the
flood waters of Silnes are sufli- Cavender su|>ervisor of road dis­ Floor, Basket Ball Girls.
season when you are liable to take cold at any time. So
cient to irrigate every itw acres trict No 1, allowed, except that he
when you feel a cold coming on it is well to be prepared,
Prof Hicks the great weather
of land in Harney valley proper was allowed *2 |a>r day for labors man, had a enow storm scheduled
which may save \ou a great deal of trouble and expense.
anil insure a cr>'n n<ne years out on road
We keep everything in the line of propretary medicines
for us yesterday, but it did not ma-
r-w. ten ' But it must be
Geo A Smyth's report as super­ teralize. A very cold ami blustrr
as well as everything iw the line of drugs and medicines for
dispensing purposes.
¡cctr the proper season. visor of road district No 12 accept­ win^ made things howl for a good
'i><Ml will be a suc- ed.
portion of the night however, and
Your Doctor’s Prescriptions will Re­
bod waters unre-
W. L. Shepard supervisor mad it was the most disagreeable of the
ceive The first careful Attention.
all flow away, re- diatiict No 5 tile? account and it winter so far. The past week has
been quite cold, although the
w it was diverted was approved.
ther.mometer
has not yet reached
1 after reaching the
The petit IM of E J. Callow and the zero point.
Two above baa
H. M. HORTON. Propt.
or present water 21 others for a county road, it was base the coldest
^eHoli^
ames
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Just Received
Fall and Winter Goods.
NOTICE
ATTENTION FIREMEN!
rights, The Times-Herald has found the petioners had failed to
practically positive information attach a copy of the notice to the
To the Shareholders of First Na- ■
Every member of the Burns Fire tioual Bank of Burns:
that none of any consequence will proof of pooling and they were
department is requested to meet at
Under sectiou 5149 of the U. 8.
interfere with government work I given until Saturday, January 30,
We have just received a consignment of our Fall and Winter Dr,B
at the city hall next Tuesday night Revised Statutes, You are hereby
to
supply
the
copy
and
matter
was
In fact, people of large holdings
at 7:30, Important matters to be notified that the annual meeting of
Goods, Linings, Trimmings, ready made Skirts, Waists, Fa„ ■
continued.
rather court such a move. And
brought before the meeting in which the first National Bank of Burns
nature, Outing Flannels, Ribbons, Laces, Muslins, Calicos, read,
Petition of F. Crowley and
this is a reasonable deduction.
all are interested.
made Clothing, Notions; in fact everything that is carried in
will
be
held
January
23,
1904,
for
The days of vast stock ranges in others for a change in the Lawen
I. S. (leer, chief.
up to date General Merchandise Store. We carry the
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the purpose of changing section 4
and
Narrows
road,
it
appeared
that
Eastern Oregon are numbered,
of the Articles of this association to
Large concerns arc becoming the persons signing the petition are
The City Council has recently | read
( - “The
— regular
- annual ...
up eting j
not residents of the district, the
crowded and the stock business
had the Cemetery re-surveyed and !()f
lLo 8hareh
J|derg for the election > I
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A., well as the
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court was without jurisdiction and
must be conducted in a different
the plat filed with the county clerk. of Directors Bhall be held at the
same was denied.
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All who desire deeds to their lots Banking house of this association
manner. If the range must be
Account of A. McKinzie, Huper- can get them l.y applying to M. L. on the fourth Saturday of January '
given up and large land holdings
Of Dress Goods and Trimmings of any house in the county. This
become unprofitable merely for visor of road district No 11 was Lewis, at the oflice of Biggs A of each year,” instead of the second L.
approved.
Biggs.
pasture or hay, double the amount
Tuesday as heretofore provided for is admitted by every dress-maker in town.
life art here to /¡ieaee anti to color to uianh.
Cat/ anti let
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would be realized from real es­
by our articles.
AUCTION SALE
neu> jootil.
Zihey are of the
F irst N ational B ank of Burns.
NOTICE.
tate disposed of in small tracts un­
The entire rolling Htock of the
N U. C arpenter , Cashier.
der Government irrigation works
Notice is hereby given that on the
Red front Barn, including buggies,
where water would be equally
sleighs, horses and harness, will be 14th day of December 1903 by or­
distributed than at present.
I sold at public auction at the barn der of the County Court, of the LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION.
Prices bouier Than Ever before.
Our soil is abundantly rich and on next Saturday, January 16, at State of Oregon, for Harney County
We, the undersigned legal voters
of that date duly rendered and enter­
farming has passed the experi­ 2 o’clock in the afternoon.
of
Wild Horse Precinct, Harney
ed
the
undersigned
was
appointed
mental stage. Our produce is of
County, Slate of Oregon, respect­
Special
Administrator
of
the
Estate
bettei quality and heavier yield
DISOLUTION NOTICE.
of W. N. Jorgensen, deceased. All fully petition the Honorable Court
than many of the lower altitudes.
Notice is hereby given that the creditors take notice and persons of Harney County, State of Oregon,
Climate conditions are changing. co-partnership heretofore existing
to grant a License to Scheubner
having claims against said estate, Bros, to sell Spirituous, Malt and
Not every season is a favorable between J. J. Tupker and Charles
are hereby notified to deliver them Vinous Liquors in less quantities
one, we admit, but it is neverthe­ Wilson, under the firm name of I with the proper vouchers, duly ■ than one gallon in Wild Horse Fre-
less becoming more adopted to Tupker <fc Wilson, has been dis­ verified as required !>y law to me! c'n°t_ Harney County, State of Gre­
j gon, for the period of six mouths, as
diversified farming. It does not solved by mutual consent., J. J. at my resilience at Burns, n.
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in duty bound we will ever pray.
depend on the testimony of the Tupker retiring from the business. within six months from the AYDirA-
expira­ ‘
NAMES.
J. J. Tupker. tion of the full period of publication
“old resident” to verify this asser­
Frank
Larson,
C. Facheev J.1
Chas. Wilson. I of this notice, the first publication Atest E
tion. In recent years people have
Riff J()8 Bankofieur
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YOU KNOW THE OLD SAYING
BEST QUALITY
LftTtST STYLES AND FASHIONS |
>TEEl RANGES,
CA5T COOK STOVES,
PARLOR STOVES,
BOX STOVES,
CAMP STOVES.
Wagons
ZZaclrs,. E-cLdzTooetid-s,
Carxiag-es, EvLg'g’ieo.
Camp. Wagons.
TU10 CARUOADS JUST ARRIVED
Complete line on hand.
Aermotor mindmills,
Aermotor Pumps,
Irrigation Pumps,
Pitcher Pumps,
Bicycle Pumps.
Galvanized Pipe, Blaek Pipe, Stove Pipe,
Pipe Fittings -All kinds-
RlFbBS, SHOTGUNS, TOY GUNS, AMMUNITION
of all kinds for all of thorn.
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Hunting Coats, Hunting beggings, Hunting
Caps, Gun Cases, Cartridge Cases, Ete., Ete.
HEAVY, SHELiF, and SpORTlNC HARDWARE
Galvanized, Black and Smooth Wire.—Doors, Windems, Glass,
Tinware, Graniteware, Enameledware, Steelwere.
Oliver Chilled Plows, .Sulky Plows, Gang Plows,
Walking Plows, Disc Plows, Disc Drillsand Har­
rows. Cultivators, Garden Cultivators- all kinds
of Agricultural Implements.
GEER &, CUMMINS, Burns, Ore.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
LEWIS A’ DIBBLE, Propts.
Special attention given
to transcient custom and
freight teams.
Horses kept by the day,
week or month.
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