The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, February 27, 1904, Image 3

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CRSH STORE,
Jon’t forget that you can get
re for your money at our
re than any other store in
m. This week we have re­
duced all our
h t DRESS
PATTERNS 25 PER CT
making some of them below cost.
As we intend carrying only
.1
the W B C orset (the best made)
■in future, we’re closing out other
lines at cost, so come in and get
our prices.
We carry a complete line of
008, H
ried j
STAPLE AMD FANCY GROCERIES.
If out of town
jSENDÏii^YOÜBÏMÂiLÏÔRDERS
For bargains in hardware
\ oegtly.
Henry Goodlow spent i
I wo in our city this wei
round — A bear-skin glove.
quire at tins oilice
Chas. Loggaii is over from Har-
ney visiting his brother J. E
Lou Bradfield was over trom
Pine creek one day this week.
A Egli was over from Wagontire
Wednesday and look Lis family
out to the ranch upon Ins return,
A K. Rieliiir.tson «ns down from
Harnev a few days this week con-
ferring with friends in regard to the
political outlook
Mrs Robbins is closing outlier
line of pillow tops, embroidery
silks,battenberg patterns and braids
and other art goods at cost.
Horses to hay at the Red Front
Barn 35 cents.
Lou Sitz, the Lawn merchant
spent
several days in our city this
I
week.
Bert Lewin and wife have return­
SPRi
li. S. Graves came up from ed to thia county after being absent
Lawen the other day on land busi- since last fall. They left Thursday
1 he New Spring
m Underpriced
liess.
for Diamond ih company with Mr.
These goods are worth t
the styles and patterns for
Horton and wife
Voegtly is closing out
Spring trimming'.
mense stock of hardware
Inland Lodge, No 70 K. of P. is
Patterns adapted for Ski
ic and Swiss Embroideries
See him.
arranging to give the usual ball on
for under garments. Insert
ribbons hundreds and hun-
Born—Last Saturday morning St. Patrick’s day next month.
deeds
of
yards.
Feb. 20, to Mr.and Mrs. Joel Smith,- Watch for announcement later.
10c yard for 15 and 2'
r 25 and 35c values,
a daughter.
- The latest war news is a ’phone,
25c
yard
for
40
and
5
r
50 and 75c values.
W. L. Best was over from Silver to the effect that the Japs had taken
Creek yesterday looking after bis possession of Port Arthur and had
Don’t wait to make you
s our prices arc ihe lowest
stock that is being fed at the F. S won a decisive battle or. land.
and our assortment very co
Miller ranch.
Oscar Swain the fascinnting
I
Dr. Marsden was called to the
“
devil
” of this shack. was called to
:
§ I. L. Poujade home on Cow Creek Lawen the first of the week to as-
H Wednesday to attend Mrs. Poujade sist his father in taking his sheep
who was quite ill She is much
out to the range.
improved.
Trading Stamps Given.
Miss Agnes Sweek is being initi­
The Windsor, under the manage­
ment of C. B. Smith A- Co., is one ated into the mysteries cf the “art, Agents for McCall Bazar Pa
of the most popular resorts in the preservative” in this office. Miss
Singer Sewing Machines S
4 interini. Finest of liquors and Agnes is' pickin’ up type quite
cigars, billiards and card tables rapidly and will soon be a valuable,
assistant.
BROWN’S” “Tt
BROWN’S
and expert mixologists.
X
E B. ;lleed, who has been c<m ' Mrs Annie Hayes arrived here;
lined to bis home since Christmas, Wednesday from Alvord bringing
has moved to the home of his datigli- her little son Winnie in for medi­
'•:.:üi:::n:üHn:œawœa
ter, Mrs. Chas. Johnson, with the! cal treatment. The little fellow is
hope of benefitting him. He is im­ suffering from appendicitis Mrs
g
proving and hopes soon lobe able Haves is slopping nt the home of! Monday.
B
• J
C.
Cummins
ami
wife.
i
_____________
to take up hie usual work at his
The Place to Dine
BATHS!
BATHS!
BATHS!
place of business
1
\ S Defenhaugh arrived here last,
Every Sunday (exclusively) for
High water caused the electric Sunday from the southern part of
;ht plant to suspend bn.-iliess n the county, Having come tip to look Ihe Indies. We will keep open our
portion of the past week. When after some business affairs. He re­ bath rooms all day- Sunday for the
35 cents and up
the power plant was being made ports a mild winter in that section ' i convenience of the ladies. We have » :
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.
ready for use it was found that and stock doing well. Tobe Dun-, J the only public porcelin, bath tub
Dining Room for ! amihes.
We Cater to All.
several pipes in which water was can accompanied him upon his re­ in Bums. Plenty of clean towels
turn
home.
allowed to stand had bursted cans
and everything strictly private.
REDFORD BROS. Propis.,
*ecc.>d & b st».
We also make a specialty of ladies
ing another delay.
shampooing.—City Barber Shop
“Ole Olson” Monday Night.
The city election comes on the
next day to Mrs. Robbins’ bakery.
I 8th of next month and a few candi­
B
OREGON
inspect the
We
pright Piano
way.
LONE STAR CAFE,
| MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Schwartz & Budelman
Burns, Oregon
=1
Meade’s Comedy and Dramatic '
dates have put in an appearance
for the various places to be filled. Co. will be seen at the opera house' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Isaac Foster was calling on his
The nominating convention will be next Monday evening in the above
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,)
friends in our city last Monday
Burns, Oregon, February 23.1004.4 I
held on the 3d. There are two corni- Swedish comedy. Amusing spe­
AS TÈE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
Notice
in
hereby
that David 8. Grave«,
Good bread, mince pies, cakes, oilmen, a mayor, recorder, treasurer, cialties will be intermingled be­ of Lawen, Harney given
county, Oregon, ha« filed no- ;
any N ewspaper in this county .
Hee
of
intention
to
make
on bis deaett-
cookies and doughnuts at the home and marshal to be elected.
tween acts, making a continuous land claim No. *252. for tin* proof
SE' 4. and lota -1, 5,
an.I
6.
aee.
26,
N'„
NF.
1
,,
aec.
35,
T.
s., R. 32 I .,
Äri’ kUAY. FERRI \ I V .7 HIM.
Bakery.
Followin'- is the W. M.. before the Register and 25 Receiver
at
They will have something to sav next week
*■
\
M. Horton and wife haye return­ performance.
Burna, Oregon, on Fridav, the xth «lav of April,
1904.
I L. I’cujadeand wife were down ed from Portlond where the latter cast:
• He namca the fo’lowing witnesaea to prove
E. H. MEADE the complete irrigation and reclamation of aaid
; from’Cow Creek the first of the underwent an operation and was in Ole Olson—A Swedish hero
Paul Locke—An American Detective...
. land: Jamea 11. Bnnyard of Burna, Oregon.
Paul Harvey ‘ Benjamin F Anamua, john J. Heinz., of Lawen
week the guests of relatives and the hospital for several weeks,
I Local News.
Oregon, Scott Haley, of Narrow«, Oregon.
Paul
Delano
—
An
Adventurer
.......
II.
E.
Felton
W m F arre , Register.
' friends.
Mrs. Horton is improving quite Richard Delane—New York Broker..............
• -V;
---------------
...........Frank Megan
although
weak.
satisfactorily
Rev. J. A. Davis has organized a
Comb honey at Huston’s.
Bill Brady—Dat’s so, see? ... .Grover Jameson
piccolo band at the Business Col­ They took their departure from Louise—A trusting wife....... ................. Veda Lyon NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
“Doc” Hembree, the Riley mer-
IS THE PL4CE
.
. .Dora <'kidwell ’
—Ole’s sweetheart.
lege. He expects to have a band this city Thursday for their home Lena
(TNITRD STATES LAND OFFICE,/
. Helen Robbins
Mother Winker—A hag.......
hant in the city.
.
Burns Oregon, February 23 1901.1
at
Diamond.
\of 10 instruments.
Edna—Delano’s grandchild I ...Ionella Robbins
Notice 1«hereby given that John c. Freeman,
ot Burns, Harnev County, Oregon, has filed
Freah bread and doughnuts ’
Rev. A J. Irwin, Dr Hidbard, ' Act I—Arrival of Ole.
notice of Intention to imike proof on his desert,
rjayat Mrs Robbins’.
R( V •’ A Davip lcfl
land claim No. 254, for the SL. Si. t. sec. t>. W'.,
Mr. Rasnic and C Rearv are at
Act II.—Ole proves a friend.
NE'4, sec. 7. T. 26 8., R. 29 E W. M. before Reg
for Silver Creek where he will con-
! inter and Receiver nt Burns. Oregon, on Thurs­
■ary went to Drewsey Thurs- (hietn)eel.ngs i|w coming wep). Narrows this week shooting birds.
Act III —In the slums
day, the 7th day of April, 1901.
He names the following witnesses to piove
ay in response to a call to see Mrs. ! He was accompanied by his family. Mr. Beary expects to remain at his
Act IV. —Great fire scene.
the complete irrigation mid reclamation of
said land: Stanton !■'. Tyler, Lute a . Parker,
ranch
for
two
or
three
weeks
and
V.
'
—
Ole
saves
a
life.
Act
‘atte! >n.
i
Mart V. Baker and P. M. ('hency, all of Burns,
Oregon.
Frank Cummins left Thursday will carry a spade along with his
Admission
25
and
50
cents.
Good
W m F arre . Register.
i
served
day
nnd
night
at,
Meals
morning for Westfall to look after shot gun. The former weapon will seats provided for all. Space re­
he lutv h counter ¡n rear of “Win-
some ranch property, He went be used in digging postholes only served only for those who desire to NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Provisions and Feed a Specialty
or Bar »>
furnish their own chairs ami with-
• \ horseback as the roads would not when the latter is not in use.
All kinds of Fresh Vegetables in Season,
From appearances the spring permit any other mode of travel.
UNITER STATE' LAND OFFICE.»
High water has prevent, dj he O- out extra charge. Tickets on sale
Burns, Otefton, February 23, 1904,1
>renku|r> I is with us .and cattle will
Notice la hereby given that Ben Craddock, of Durkheimer Building.
_
_
_
Main Street.
If von want yoor pianos or organs i’> Stage from making anything for same at City Drug Store ami Burna,
Oregon, son of Thomas ('raddock de
on the range. Many
oon 14 turned
I
Welcome
Pharmacy.
ceased, and his widow June Craddock. Ims filed
Tuesday
’
s
mail
near
scednle
time.
notice of his intention to make final proof in
heep l> lave already been taken to tuned by an expert hand who lives
Thin play ha« never been pro­ support of Ills mother's right, ami claim, by
of lion, ('ointniaaioner’a letter
” of
he hil range where the grass is re- in your town, and will guarantee . was received here Thursday noon duced in Burna before yet it li: 8 authority
January 25, 1901, and that said proof will lie
satisfaction or no charge, employ ■ -'.nd it is likely the Russia-Japan
made before the Register and Receiver at Burns
x»rt<-<i|good
Oregon, on March 29th, 1901, viz.: Hd. E. No.
J, A Dovis, office at Clevenger’s ! war will be over before we get un­ been played in nil cities and towns 31»>
(Vbo'mrs'i
of Thomas < ra<block, dc'-enaed. for the NE’^
Ch«l Cronin was up from
upon
the
railroad
from
Ocean
to
SW4. SE1., NW',. S'.. NE1,. ae< 29, T. 19 M., K.
| other mail. it is reported the Mal­
furniture Store.
31 E„ W. M.
name« the following witnesses toprove
>,Tf,,lr‘|d'iy and in- ,
iu-.ir river bas taken possession Ocean and lias stood the test for his He continuous
residence upon and cultivation
Suitings and
\\
hile
coming
to
town
one
.lav
put
ornisA- they have already
several
v
rs.
Mr.
Meade
was
at
of
said
land, viz: Anton Wintermeier, John
<>f Drewsey and the people us«'
Wintermeier, of Hllvie s, Oregon, Tim Donovan
one time connected with the origi­ and William E. Smith, of Burns, Oregon.
i>any.af the cuttle nt tju- ranch ont last week Mrs. Geo. Miller and two boats,
Overcoatiugs.
W m . F arrs , Register.
]ittle children got Ibst and were
nal production with the anther (ius
''' J Hi puafi re
THE MOM MENTAL BRONZE Heege (deceased) playing the part
compelled to remain out all night,
:tc. Á
lam using the highest; grades of linings and and
[Carter has sent us s >me in the vicinity ofGlass butte. They COMPANY, of Bridgeport, ■Conn ,
of the tramp nnd while connected NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION trimmings, and will make a better suit or overcoat for
REiewi »er clipping» from South came on next, day and seemed little lias appointed M. L. Lewis, their
UXITEti STATES I.AND OFFIUB.
» $20, right here, than you can buy in any store for the
with the Buchanan - company play­
Burns, Oroxon, E«l>ru«ry ». 1904.1
Dak.
which state that the Geor- the worse for thier experience.
agent for Harney County. This ed the piece for two seasons. Ail Notice is hereby
They ¡it a.nd must fit
lâSS.
given that the follewing- same price
per Co. played the opening
«ettler h«« filed notice of hlF intention
1 old reliable Company makes all of the original business including n«me«l
Pants
$4
nnd up; pressing pants Jli cents; press­
to
make
final
proof
in
rapport
of
hl«
claim,ami
Peter Robbins was brought over kinds of M moments, Grave Cover".
new opera house iu Lang­
that «aid pro«»! will be made before the R;*gl»t« r
the
fishing
scene.
The
great
fire
and Receiver at Burn«. Oregon, on March !»•, ing suits $1; suits cleaned and pressed Si 2»0
receipts of the evening be from Drewsey Wednesday with a Corner posts Vases and Urns, out
|'k>l vi« Hd. E No. >,7 of Htanton F. Tyler for
scene. The kidnapping of the child Ihe
Bring in your old clothes and. h ave them fixed up
NE% SE' , «er. «1. T 26 H., R 2* ■ . W M
een $1500 and 41 GOO. Ches I badly cut foot,whichl>e accidentally I of pure refined Zink, which is one
He name« the following wltnerac« to prove
together
with
all
the
new
scenes
and
hi« continuou« re«idenre upon and cultivation for the u'in'er-
ny whether he had a raise cpt with an axe. l)rs. Marsden A’ of the elementary or virgin metals,
of «aid land, viz Lute A Parker. Pleaeant M.
1’bold ( ote and J. ( lark Freeman, all
FRIEDRICH THE TAILOR
Geary dressed the wound and the the same as gold and silver, and is situations that haye been written < of beney,
ilary or not.
Buri)«, Oregon.
up
in
the
latest
revision
of
the
WM.
F
ar »«, Register.
patient will remain here under their
f indestructable and cannot lie affect­ manuscript will be produced.
chool board of thia district care until he has recovered.
ed by the climatic conditions.
in correspondence with the
Monday night, Feb 29th nnd for NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Mose
T^evy
now
has
charge
of
the
These
tuonuments
are
che»|>er
by
the
benefit of many who live at a
ool l»oard for the purpose
CNITF.D -TATES I.ANIl <>FFI< E.|
UXltkli STATES LAND OS EICK,
I
PNH ED HTATFH LAND OFFICE,
I
Burns Ore., February 5. 1904 |
Burn«, Oregon, February, 4, I'MM.i
Burn«. Oregon, February 4, 1904.1
ng on what terms, etc . this Rsd Front Livery and Feed Barn half than any kind of stone, distance the play wLI be repeated
Notice
1«
hereby
given
that
Je««e
D«vl«,
of
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
rfylveater
Smith,
Notice 1« hereby given that the following
Van, Harney County, Oregon, ha« file ! notice of Smith. Oregon, haa filed notice of intention
might be bounded should where he will be pleased to look more l eautif.il in design and can­ on Saturday night March 5lh On named «ettlcr has filed notice of hi* intention of
intention to make proof on hin <1<‘R*rt-ian<1 to make proot on Ills desert land claim No 23M,
to make final proof Iti anp|M*rt of hi* Haim, and
for Lo n< r. *« of land In T ’X H.. R. Jd* E. W. M
No. 240. for the W'a MW',, «••» A T H
xpayerw desire such. The after your wants in his line. Mose not be broken Mr Lewis desires Saturday Night March 12th by spe­ that aaid proof will i>e made In-fore the Ki-ginter ela.fn
.unwiirvf .- d.) before the flegiaterand Receiver
K
E., W. M., before the Regiater «nd R<
an 1 Receiver at Burna Oregon, on March Ifi.
at Burn«, Oregon, on WedtteMday, the9th at Burna, Oregon, on Thuiadnv, the 10th day of
at the court hone • last Sat- is a thorough competent livery man all who are contemplating the pur- cial request of a great many the 1901. Vi« lid. E. Mok <Aof l ute a . Parker for otlvrr
March, l*M.
<1av of March. 1WM.
the
HE'
4
.
HW*
4
ace.
25.
T.
25
4..
K
2«
E
,
Il«* names tlm f.»'t twing witneaaeti to prove
He name« the following witnr««<-f* t»» prove
was well attended, but no and stock placed in his care are . chase of anything in this line to company will repeat the comedy W M
the romphue Irrigation nnd rt*rla>i*ation of mi <I the comtdcte IrrlRa* i.»n and reclamation of said
lie
name«
the
following
witneaaea
to
prove
certain
to
receive
the
best
of
treat
­
call
on
him
at
the
office
of
Biggs
<V
la
nd J«a. ~imnn»i a le'-F' W<a»dcock, Theodore
lnn<l
John
I..
Jon«*«,
charlea
S.
Johnaon,
Wa!
jdrama “Friends”. See display ad- hi« continuous re«i«i»‘nr «ifxin and cultivation lev 1». <’ap|* and William II. Rei< heart nil of Dunn
I ar action was taken in re­
and John I- Harper all of Narrows, Ore
of eaid land, viz -tauto1 L Tyler. I'h néant M.
ment.
Livery
turnouts
on
short
Biggs,
and
designs
sample
of
gon.
Wv. F arrr , Keg later.
Van,
On»g«m.
' v> rtisement in mother part of this ( hrnev, .Marsha!! < artwright and I ’ lark Free­ I
remodeling the old building
W m . F arre , Register.
man,
all
of
Burna,
Oregon.
I
notice.
Prices
reasonable.
material
.and
g«t
prices.
Ip*
per.
Ww.
F
arr
«.
Kealster.
rection of a new one
Che Times-Jierald I
See Voegtly’s ad
MILLER & THOMPSON
HUSTON ’S
Groceries,
Grain,
Flour
Tropical and Domestic
Fruits when in Season
El>Z
An elegant line of
ib.'i
'iff CALL
lv AND SEE
■
CLOSING
ou
r
SALE
FOR
CASH
beginning on this date 1 will close out all lines of shelf and heavy hardware, tinware, etc., at COST . Call and see*!
oods, and get the prices, and be convinced. I his is no catch advertisement, but is an actual fact,
ro at COST This is your opportunity. Remember, sales must be STRICTLY CASH
Goods in