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CLOSING OUT SALE
We have inaugurated a closing-out sale, for CASH OI ni LY, beginning January 1st, 1904, on all lines of Dry Goods, Cloth
ing, Overcoats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Hats, etc. We have one of the best lines of Groceries in Burns, and will sell
them to to you at reduced prices.
Call and be convinced.
political' POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS be submitted to the legal elector» of tire LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION.
State oi Oregon for their approval or re
I lines, but the fitness of the men to
I hereby announce myself as a jection at lie regular election t° be field
We Ilin undersigned legal voters
the positions will be considered. candidate for the oflice of Sheriff, oil the 6th day of June, being the first
of Lake Precinct, Harney County.'
SATURDAY. MARCH 5, 1904.
To have our city affairs in the subject to the action of the demo Monday of June, 1904, a proposed law State of Oregon, reepectfullv peti-j
hands of competent, public-spirit cratic county convention.
precinct then in or any subdivision tion the Hun County Court of Har- (
blTHHCKI I’TION RATES:
A K. R ichardson .
ed men is very important—per
therein or any subdivision of a county ney County, State of Oregon, to
consisting of any number of entire and grant a License to Sidney Coinngys
haps more so than the average
ri*ice Months ...
. .75 ! voter thinks--just at this time.
I hereby announce myself as a contiguous precincts of buc I i county to
determine whether the sale oi intoxicat to sell Spirit lions. Malt and Vinous i
! The rapid strides of Harney coun candidate for tho office of Clerk,sub ing liquors shall be prohibited in such ' Liquors in les“ quaniitivs th in one
J I LI AN K YKI»
ty toward settlement, government ject to the action of the democratic county or subdivision thereof, and for [ gallon in Lake Piecinct, Harney
other purposes connected therewith as | „oiinty State of Oregon, f ir the ;
irrigation and railroad prospects
F. S. R ieder .
hereinafter stated, having for its purpose Period of Six Months, as in duty |
| indicate that ere the terms of our
and lining biietiy of the tenor and effect
Our announcement column is i incoming officers expire many
bound we will ever pray.
following, that is to say:
growing at a rapid rate and sev-I J changes will have taken place
A bill to pro|K>se, by initiative peti
eral new names are added this1 and matters of great importance, candidate for the oflice of Clerk, sub tion, a law providing forelection» inxioy
George Simmons, Ed Anderson,
ject to the action of the democratic county or any precinct therein or any H. Interman, E. L. Mills F. H. Sil
week for various offices.
' involving no little amount of
subdivision of a county consisting of any
vey, Bert Oxford, James Cary, J.
number of entire and contiguous pre
diplomatic and financiering will
am M otiieksiieaq .
Jasper Davis announces his be brought before the body, It
cincts of such county, to determine P. Cochran, Ed Pircen, Frank
whether the sale of intoxioating liquors Cawlfield, Geo. W. Cawlfield, Lewis
candidacy for the office of county is therefore important that we
shall bo prohibited in such county or Marshall, Ralph Hutchinson, J. B.
commissioner on the democratic have men of sound judgment and
subdivision thereof or in such precinct; Tvy, Fred Scott W. C. Brown, John
ticket. Mr. Davis has been a re ability to cope with these arising
providing for the tiling of petitions for
McIntyre, Mike Allen. A. C. Lynch
such elections and the form and effect
sident of Harney county for the conditions.
Jesse Woodcock, C. A Haines. G.
past 20 years, is a good, upright
and for tlie time and manner of bolding W. Curtis.
Notice is hereby given that on
citizen and has many warm
an I conducting tlie same ; declaring what
the 5th dav of March, 1904, I will
In conversation with a gentle
friends who believe he would
I hereby announce myself as a shall constitute a subdivision of the
apply to the above entitled court,
man who recently arrived here candidate for the office of Treasurer, county within tlie meaning of thiy law ;
make a good officer.
for the license ns specified in this
i from San Francisco, The Times- subject to the action of the demo not constitute a violation of this law; petition.
J. E. Loggan is again asking Herald was informed that it is cratic county convention.
declaring the qualifications of petition
J. M. D alton .
ers and of electors at such elections; I
the republican party to nominate not improbable the San Francisco
applying to such elections tlie provisions . LIQUOR LICENSE I’ETI I ION.
him to succeed himself as assessor. jobbers would take some steps
of Sections 1900, 1901, 1902,1903,1904,!
Mr. Loggan has made a good the coining season to reach more
1905, 1906, 1907, l'J08, 1909, 1910, 1911,
To the Honorable County Court
officer and so far as we can learn into the Southern Oregon terri candidate for County Commission 1912 and 1975 of Bellinger & Cotton’s i of Harney County, State of Oregon.
er, mljec to the action of the dem Aunotated (’ il-’s and Statutes of Oregon’;
will have no opposition in his party tory for trade and divert more or
We the undersigned legal voters
I providing for printing and distributing
for the position. They certainly perhaps practically all of it to that
Wild Horse Precinct most re-
J asper D avis . i hallo;s for such elections; prescribing
could not do better, as he is a city.
! the duties of public officers in relation I spectfully petition your Honorable
They look with favor on the
to sueli elections and in relation to tlie Court to grant a License to Homer
I hereby announce myself a< a
N. C. & O. railroad that is push candidate for the office of As ess r, enforcement of the provisions of tliis Winters to sell Spirituous, Malt
law ; providing for tlie issuaned l>y tlie and Vinous Liquors in less quan
W. E. Huston, the popular ing toward Lakeview and will no subject to the action of the repub Ccunty Court of orders prohibiting tlie tities than one gallon in Wild Horse
Bale of intoxicating liquors within certain Precinct, Harney County, State of
merchant md produce man, is ask doubt lend their aid toward ex lican convention.
limits and declarins the duties of such Oregon, for a period of Three
ing the republicans for the nomi
J ohn E. L oggan .
courts in reference thereto; limiting the months as in duty bound we will
nation of Clerk. Mr. Huston is
time within which the question of prolii-, ever pray.
I hereby announce myself as a hition such sale of intoxicating liquors
one of the best qualified men in dreaming of the Lewis and Clark
the county for the position to fair and may compel us to forsake candidate for the oflice of Clerk, may again be submitted to vote in the [ A Stone, F S. Redon, Richard
subject to the action of the repub same district; providing penalties and Kelley, Chas. Turner. Loll .1 Bosen
which he aspires and should he them altogether.-
punishment for tlie violation of any of I berg, P Andrews, Frank Larson,
be the nominee would make a
tin« piovision« of tliis law ; providing lor Al Morris, Ed Carlson. Eailand
W alter E. H uston .
the return to any liquor dealer or other Carlson, G. Lorenzana, L. E. Ep
person of a proportioiftte amount of any person, Jaun Redon, Geo A Smyth
I hereby announce myself as a license fee which lie may have paid, Jr Chas E Rigdon, Johr. Smyth,
l’rof. Kighy, who announces as
Neal McMahon is moving from candidat* for the oflice of School whenever tlie district in which lie shall Amado Miranda, Jesus Jarlejo. T.
a candidate for the office of school the Hanley ranch, where he has Superintendent, subject to the ac bo engaged in business shall be declared S. Little, Dave Bachman Robt.
superintendent on the republican been feeding stock for Price With tion of the republican convention to be prohibition territory; and applying Doan.
to all elections hel l under the provis
Notice is hereby given that on
tiehet, is principal of the Citizens ers, to his ranch on the Nine Mile
E R igby
ions of tills law the proivsions of tlie the 5th day of March, 1904, I will
Business College anil Collegiate slough.
general election laws of the state and apply to the above entitled court
I hereby announce myself an a declaring certain rules of evidence ap for the license specified in this
Institute in this city, l’rof Rigby
Chas H. Davis baa gone to the
plicable to prosecution under this Act.
has never been in politics in this Hanley ranch to feed for Price candidate for the office of Sheriff,
Done a' the Capitol at Salem thia 10th
H omer W intep «.
county before and is therefore not Withers.
day of February, A. D., 1904.
GEO. K. CHAMBERLAIN
so well known as some of the
Price Withers has moved to his
By the Governor:
He is very home ranch on the Nine Mile
F. 1. PUNBAR,
popular among his students and slough.
Secretary of State.
I hereby announce myself as a
those connected with his school.
The P 1,8 Co han moved some candidate for the office of Clerk, (Seal >
of their cattle Io their ranee south subject to the action of the repub
Our present sheriff, 'Pom Allen, of Harney.
makes his announcement as a can
F rank O. J ackson
Thus Vickers IlllH brought hir
didate to succeed himself. He is cattle to his home ranch to feed.
now .serving his first term and
The Curfew still rings at 7 o’clock
from present appearances •* ill
sharp to let the. children know
have no opposition for the nomi
home in the beat, place for them
nation. Mr. Allen was elected
The Hnrnev schools are progres
hy a handsome majority two
nicely under the management
years ago and his many friends
Up-to-date job printing at reason
Wilber and Mita Smith
think he would make a good race
L<‘tiiuel Lowe anil family went
to the Lake to visit Uncle Jimmie
Frank O. Jackson announces Shown and family and expect to
BLACIi MINÜRkEÏ and
he would accept the nomination top over a few hounkers while
Whereat», the Secretary of State of the
for clerk at the hands of the re
State of Oregon has notified me in w rit
publicans, Frank is a good fel- « Rolit. Drink water and wife are ing tli.it pursuant to the provisions of an
Why not keep ¡tens that
still making those fine saddles
low and has lived in this section preparing to go to I’ortlnnd where act entitled "An act making effective the
will lay in wint r as well
that have become so popular
since boyhood. He has annouiv- the former will I* treated for cat- initiative and referendum provisions of
as summ r?
Section I of Article IV of the Constitu
with the riders of this section.
cd at the very urgent solicitation aract of the eyes
tion of the State of Oregon, and regulat
Write th •in for anything in
of personal friends who consider
Jas Gilbe-1 baa moved his house ing electijnis thereunder, and providing
him proper material for the posi and windmill to the Maher place IM-naltiea for violations of provisions of
PER SETTING, Si jo
chaps, bridle etc , if not con
this act,” approved February 24, 1903,
tion. His past record as a citizen making it more homebke
the State Prohibition Alliance duly tiled
venient to fill.
and a conscientious careful busi
I bey nr« i!m sole agents in
The Sunday School is becoming in his otlice on February ft, 1904. an in
illative petition <•■ ntaining S.slusig a-
ness man are certainly in his favor,
counlv lor Security Stock
more interertmg the diffeient lures properly attached thereto and cer-
lie would make a good officer.
da sea practicing their Kiings for tiffed in accordance with law. demand
; will not be
EÜGS FOR HATCHING
There is a sot t of a fellow feel
bet ween the writer ami E. B.
Walers who desires to be the re-
publican nominee for clerk, Ed
spent a good portion of his life at
n case in a printing office. Al
though he has been poatmaslrr
for the past few year« —which is
/■'••••• o' * •■¡ng ns a printshop—-
• -be •” fbi* 1 deserves a better
'*•.¡1 has been a resident
rSty ever since we can
** Jfcs one of the
, its. «ection.
F. M. Crawford ia ve*y aich with
rie limatimi but under the care of
Dr. Marsden is improving at pre
Mrs Emilia Bunyan! ha« l>«en
visiting in the city a few days.
Geo Tregaskis has been on the
sick list all winter but ia said to
R S T.
ing that a pro|«wed Ian-, the tenor and
effect of which is hereinafter |urtirnlarly
set forth, providing for ideetions in any
county or any precinct therein or any
sul.livision therein or any subdivision
of a count* consisting of any number of
entire and contiguous pw-eiuct- of meh
county to determine whether the sale of
intoxicating liquors shall Is* prohibiOal
in such county or subdh isiou iherod or
any such precinct, and for other pur|-s. s
as hereinafter staled. shall be - i mi led
to the legal electors of the St.ite of Oro
gon for Iheir approval or »ejection at the
general elect ion to be held on the HI,
day of June, heing the tir-t MonJav .4
best CurrisgcK, Buggi.-» and Buckboanl«
«re arriving now «nd selling m fast J*,0*’•THBRKI''ORK» ,»Ge”-R
as we can get them in. W e have jn obrftenCT> t<l ,he
two ear loads of lb«#e goods here hereinbefotv first nienlioned, .!o hereby
an<l in trains The beat stock of I make an«l issue this l*na-lan.ation !<■ lite
Wagons and Vehicles ( Vi r brought »»•»"’’"i
., ,, and iiu
___ i | lag
look at . giwxfs
__ . that K the , saiil State I'.ofiihitien Alli-
( ante has nlwl mu U in.native petit m
even if you do not desire to buy al wUh lhr
„UM.her of .ignat, ...
week the present time Geer 4 Cummins, thereto atia< Iwsl, d<>niaa.ling that ihvie
... .ml w ell
. i- workw
. , ,
«1 of clerk
Seliing Goods at the same old
Stand and at Prices Cheapest.
BOOTS. SHOE?. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
EVERY LINE COMPLETE
We Have the Reputation of Carrying the
As well as the
Of Drees Goods and Trimmings of any house in the county. This
is admitted by every dress-maker in town.
to ploato and to cator to tuanti.
Cati and j»»,.
Prices hocuer Than Ever before.
CA?T COOK STOVES,
' BOX 5T0VES,
ZZaclszs, ,• Sxiclz’tooard.s,
TOJO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED,"«^
Complete line on hand.
plFLRS, SHOTGUNS,T0YGUN5, AMMUNITION
. of nil kinds for all of them
Hunting Coat?, Hunting beggings, Hunting
Caps, Gun Cases, Cartridge Cases, Ete., Ete.
HEAVY, SHEL1F, and SpORTlNC H ARDWARE,
Wire.--Doot’s, Windcms, Class, n® >•
Galvanized, Black and Smooth
Tinutare, Granltetusre, Enameledmare, Stecluiere.
GEER & CUMMINS, Burns, Ore.
AND FEED STABLE
Special attention fiven
to transci ent custom and
•>’c relics of the old custom of mascer.iting and perco-
iltin-. drmja in th" front windows of apothecaiy shops,
Our al tor - clings to the old tradition, but in everything
• «.«• i** - r >gn*a«ivc and abreast of the liesl modern
inclín <|s of pharmacy.
H. M. HORTON. Propt.
Oliver Chilled Plows, 5ulky Plows, Ganz Pio'
Walking Plows, Disc Plows, Disc i hl sand Har-Harm
rows. Cultivators, Garden Cultivators- all kindslterin
of Agricultural Implements.
Lights in Drug Store Windows
•fi a almost always on prescription blanks, is an
abréviation of lhe Latin word "Recipe,” an order to
■IrugL at in "take’’ the ingredients prescribed and pre
pare them in a certain way. In our prescription work
»»• alwais prepare **®h nreeeriptton eiactly as direct
ed b • v.»«r physician Spring will soon be here and
y< u will n -d •oinethu g for that tired feeling Yon
can cel it al tb- Citv Drug Si, re, whvrv yon and your
frimds .ire always welcome.
Galvanized Pipe, UUek Pipe, Stove Pipe,
Pipe. Fittings -All kinds.
Horses kept by the day,
week or month.
HiS [¿CLASS UVE1Y, IMMOTI
THIS LETTER R
fj/iog aro of tAe
Dr. L. E. Hibbard,
the S. S hour
if ay and ¡¡rain always
í 4 Ty
Your patronage aulici cd
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NEY AND ACCtRATE HAY SCALE
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.