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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1904)
Onion sets 7 pounds for a $1 at ling, HopkinB, Welcome, Levens,
Hanley, Jackson, Geer. Rembold
Garden seeds at Voegtly’s.
Up-to-date iub printing at reason Waters, Rigg« Williams, Thomp
“BROWN’S” “THE SATISFACTORY STORE” “BROWN’S”
Supt * Bartlett left Thursday
IT CIRCULATION OF
son, Buoy. Donegan. Misses Mace,
afternoon for Drewsey, accuiu pani
R IN THIS COUNTY.
Shelley, Sweek, Williams, Swain.
ed by Joe Lamb.
C. Bearv is again up from his
, APRIL 28 HMM.
GEO. MILLER ON TRIAL
I. L. Poujade and wife were ranch at Narrows.
Especially in our Lace Department. Our up to-date Laces and our low
the guests of relatives in this city
Ike Holland paid a visit to the
prices niak es us so.
The trial of Geo Miller for the
a day or two this week.
Island ranch the first of the week.
killing of War-en Curtis begun yes
lack Lace in the Cnantil y pitterns
Now is your opportunity to seed
Sheep men are having difficulty*
terday afternoon in the circuit court,
your place with alfalfa. Geer & in securing help for the lambing
De Oriental Lace in ecru or white
the last two jurors having been
Cummins have a fine lot of seed.
De Venise Lace all-uver or Webbing.
Is in the city.
secured immediately after the noon
Anyone desiring a carpenter or
Point De Florena Lace in dots and leaf designs
Don’t delay getting a good supply recess. The taking of testimony
cabinet work should call on Honory of alfalfa seed, Geer and Cummins was at once begun.
’s, the good heavy k nd for Trimmings, and Seasonable Trimmings of a!! kinds
is up to his ranch, Dansereau. Shop at his residence
The stale is represented by Dist.
have it for srle.
ou might as well be in style, why not have someJ our fashionable Neckwear
al the Red Front opposite M. Fitz Geralds
Atty. Miller assisted by Judge
i 35 cento.
Collar and. Oxxff Sets
Dr. Marsden was called to Crane Canyon City Thursday, bringing a Webster. The defense is being
'. H. Cecil and wife were over creek Monday to see F. G. Stauffer gentleman hv the name of Hunter. looked after by Weatherford &
X-iad.-y’ Elkus Z^arxo^r Collars
Wyatt, of Albany, and Geo Size
who was suffering from pneumonia.
i Crane Creek this week.
Byron Terrill and family now more.
He left the patient improving
¡Uy 1. Bio sing out his im-
Liaee Cape Collars
The trial will last probably until
occupy their residence in this city.
W. L. Best, republican candidate
Byron has been improving some, next Tuesday. Several witnesses
for county commissioner spent a
Belts and Shirt LLlaist Sets,
having been excused to go home
few days in our city this week. He laying sidewalk, etc. and looking
out for a few votes between acts as will now return.
as nominated by was accompanied by Mrs. Best.
Owing to the nature of the case
Lake County for
was a hard matter to secure a
tendency to check the rapid melt Geo. Waters has gone out to the jury and it looked as though the
he local Mrige of Odd Fellows ing enow in the mountains, thereby shearing corrals on Stein mountain
tax roll would be exhausted.
not give an anniversary ball causing the water to fall a little.
for the purpose of getting the shear The trial jury is made up of the
26tb, but a dance will be given
ing plant in readiness for the sea
Trading Stamps Given.
Dr. H. S. Brownton, who was son’s work which will begin about following taxpayers: E. A. Stone,
t Friday evening.
summoned here last week as a May 5.
Agents for McCall Bazar Patterns 10 and 15 Cents.
ity- will sell you anything in the
Tyler, A. J. Johnson. L. Shepard,
witness in the Miller case, has re
Singer Sewing Machines Sold on Easy Terms.
> of farming machinery at prices turned to Prarie City on account of
The ordinance requiring that L. C. Bradfield, J. W. Miller, J. I.
1 term« that defy competition, the illness of his wife.
flues be built will be looked after Cavender. E. P. Sylvester, Rodney
use call and gel prices and terms
strictly in the near future and Buckmaster. J A. Turner.
W. D. Hanley was confined to residents are hereby notified that
ar & Cummins.
his bed for several days the latter they will be compelled to make the
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
tessera Hulbert and Condon,
part of last week. He was unable necessary changes to conform with
> two Shaniko business men,
Notice is hereby given that there
to attend the State Cattle Grower’s the requirements of the ordinance.
ve started back to tbeir homes
are funds in the county treasury
meeting at Portland Saturday, on
er spending several days in our
M. L. L ewis .
for the redemption of al) warrants
Fire Warden. drawn on the Road, Building and
While the big lot of water that
A K Ricbardsott the man who
Ralph Feeney, of Portland, spent General Funds arid registered prior
is now covering everything in sight
■ 11 look after the sheriff’s office
all over the valley is just what we a few days in our city this week to Dec 1, 1903 Interest on the
the next two yearB, was in the
want, it nevertheless has its draw taking his departure this morning some will cease from this date,
;y a few days this week accorn-
backs as the roads are almost im for Drewsey. The gentleman is April 1, 1901.
.nied by hia wife.
R. A. M iller .
making a tour of this part of the
possible iu certain sections.
Treasurer Harney County, Oregon.
I ob R kmt or S ale —A
Stages have been arriving at trying to increase the membership
id fixture« for rent or sale at a
frequent intervals the past week, and also instituting new lodges. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR.
»seasonable price and terms. For
but very little mail matter has been He repor's verv good success.
In the Connty Court of the State of Ore
irther particulars apply to
brought in on account of floods and
for Harney county.
Notice is hereby given that on the 10th
L. N. Olson, Drewsey, Ore.
Mrs. W. E. Trisch entertained' In gon,
washouts on the railroad lines. It
the matter of the Estate of Ralph day ol March 1904, by order of the Conn
Mr. and Mrs Alva Springer who works a hardship on this great re a number of the young people of Brown, Deceased.
tv Court, ol the State of Oregon, f.r Har
Notice is hereby given that the under ney County, of that date duly reedered
ere here here for over two weeks ligious weekly, as local happenings this citv at. her home last Saturday
v||waiting the calling of the case of are very few.
night in honor of her brother, signed Abininistrator of the Estate of and entered, the undersigned was duly
Richard Donegan. A very enjoya Ralph Brown, deceased, has filed his appointed Administrator of the Estate
reo. Miller, have returned to their
E. Jacobson, the popular J K.
Final Account in' eaid e-tate and that
John Dunstan, deceased. And i.ny
ble evening was spent at whist the Hou. H C. Levene, county juclg-- of of
ome at Narrows to look after
and all persons having claims ng.iinst'
Gill Co. salesman, spent the fore
Miss Bertha Williams and L. E Harney county, Oregon, has set the 25th said estate aie hereby notified o present ,
t am* affairs St the ranch.
part of the week with us looking
Wing carried off the honors while day of April, 1904, at the hour of 10 the same duly verified—as required by
la half the battle
The Windsor under the manage- after the business of his house and
Will McKinnie and Mrs H. C o’clock a in, at the court’s room in the law to C II. Lionsrl my attorney
nent of O. JB. Smith & Co., is one incidentally taking orders for
Levens were awarded the consola City of Burns, Harney connty, Oregon, at Burns, Oregon, within six months
as the time and place for the hearing of from the date of the first publication of
. f the moat popular resorts in the pianos. He was accompanied by
It's a paying venture when
said account. All persons having any this notice; the first publicatioi being
nlerioi. finest of liquors and Arthur Stubling, of The Dalles,
you Invest In a stylish, up-
objections to said Final Account shall on Saturday the 12th day of March 1904,
:igars, billiards and card tables who represents a wholesale liquor
to-date tailor made suit —
abpedr and be In ard thereon at eaid . and being published for four .-m-cessive
DEL1OHTFUL SOCIAL FUNCTION.
3N ind expertFraixologists.
house in that city.
time and place.
| weeks or for five publications.
the kind made by the : :: :
See Voegtly’s ad.
BUSY? YES, VERY BUSY.
Inspect the Handsome Upright Piano
We are Giving Away.
R II BROWN,
The snow fall on April 20 looked
Mrs. Isaac Schwartz and Mrs.
as though winter was again with W. E Trish entertained most elab
us, but has resulted in being a
orately at the former’s beautiful ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE
great benefit to the foothill range,
as it had begun to bake on account home in this city last Thursday
Notice is hereby given that the
of the warm sunshine on the ex- afternoon. The rooms were most
as administratix with
ceptionly wet soil. The snow which handsomely decorated in red white
of the Estate of
melted almost as rapidly as it fell and blue and the tables similarly
Dr. Geary made a professional softened up the surface so that the decked to correspond.
Allen T. Clark, deceased, has filed
trip to Alvard the first of this week bunch grass will grow better.
The guests were received by sev her iinal account in the county
to see a little son of Mrs. Annie
of our popular young ladies court of the State of Oregon for
The Sweek home was invaded
recently returned to
given a walnut shell in which Harney County, and that Wednes
ter being under the last Wednesday by the most was found a number which corres day the 4th day of May 191)4 at 10
cians here for some picuresque lot of little (?) waifs ever ponded with another. In this way A M, at the court room of said
g from appendicitis. seen in one collection in this city. the positions and partners were court has been set by said court ns
It was a baby party and dainty
1 Wedding” was pro- little cherubs dressed in various found for the progressive whist the time and place for the hearing
of objections thereto and the settle
y night by M ade’s ways with pink stockings, etc. were game that followed. Instead of
pronounced one of much in evidence. Some of the
Deted and first imblishhd March
ys put on by hia peo- little things stood 5 feet 8 inches
be repeated Monday in their stocking fe<t their weights dropped for every point won.
M ary A. C lark ,
During the time lunch was
benefit for the local varied from 110 to 160 pounds.
en of Woodcraft. A Refreshments consisted of bread served Dennis’ orchastra rendered
T. Clark, de
ce will follow the per- and mflk and possibly nursing several selections. Later
bottles for aught the writer knows. Bertha Williams sang Columbia.
Miss Vella Mace also rendered
aulin was down from It was a decided success at least some instrumental selections.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
k the other day to and was paiticipated in by some
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
Burnt. Oregon, April IH, 1904.1
n his homestead. He 16 young ladies of our city who score at each table was given a
Notice i* hereby given that the following-
k is the highest he has played they were babies agaffi.
named settler hat tiled notice of his intention
beautiful souvenir shell pin tray to
make Anal proof in support of hit claim, and
nd that he was unable
THE MONUMENTAL BRONZE with a small American flag painted that aaid proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver at Burna, Oregon, on May 24th,
several days. It was COMPANY, of Bridgeport, Conn., inside.
1904. via: Hd. K. No. 77» of Parley G. Williams
s<‘r- 1°. Tp. 2»
R. 32 E.. W. M
him to go up far into has appointed M. L. Lewis, their
names the following witnesses to prove
Mrs N U. Carpenter was award his He continuous
residence upon and cultivation
ns where the stream agent for Harney County. This ed first prize, a very beautiful of said land, vis: Fred DeDstedt, Owen L. shin
gledecker, Albert Shaw and Frank Williams, all
Igh a narrow gorge and old reliable Company makes all silver bon l>o . dish. The consola of
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i cross it in order to get kinds of Monuments, Grave Covers. tion prize was given to Mrs. Wold-
Corner posts Vases and Urns, out enberg Sr , a pair of beaded Indian
an away with our old of pure refined Zink, which is one baby moccasins with a card bear
Dunn the other day of the elementary or virgin metals, ing the inscription “De Feet”.
The party was certainly the most
coming up from Nar the same as gold and silver, and is
and elite affair of the
as out of the rig fix-
ouble trees when the ed by the climatic conditions. season and >ne long to be remem
ed throwing him under These monuments are cheaper by bered by the numerous friends of
th passed over him. He half than any kind of stone, the popular bosteses
[ however, and the only more beautiful in design and can Those pre«ent wi re: Mesdames
la numerous bruises and not be broken Mr. Lewis desires Carpenter, Woldenberg Sr, Wo'.d- ’
JOHN GEM BEHLING.
jn ribs. Mr Dunn is 75 all who are contemplating the pur enberg Jr Gowan, Farre, Holland,
but says he is good for
ore and will again go to call on him at the office of Biggs A Mothershead, Parvin, Kelley, Mars
ild cay uses as soon his Biggs, and see designs sample of den, Geary, M ice, Shelley, Foley, Fine Watch Repairing A
material and get prices
C A. Byrd, Julian Byrd, Gemlter- I cialty.
Ort? Col Meade went up to his ranch
—»/eatorday ttpecting to return to-
norrow. Be is making arrange
ments tootart out with his company
affnnny folks for a three months
tour of towns in Eastern Oregon
.1 imes II Dunstan,
Monarch Tailoring Co.
Chicago's Foremost Tailors
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,»
Burns, Oregon, March, 17, 1904.1
Notice is hereby given I hat James I’. Gearhart
of Van, Hurney County, Oregon, inis tiled notice
of Intention to make proof on his desert-land
claim No. 261. for the HW* i SW14 sec. 29. NW! t
NW , Bee. 32, T. is, S R.
E, VV M, before the
Register and Receiver at Burns, Oregon, on
Tuesday, the 26th day of April. 1901.
He names the following witr.csBCR to prove
the complete irrigation and reel« i a'ion ol Baid
land. William H. Rei< heart, George Rann,
Moses DrippS ami Frank M. Landing, all of
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We are their Agents, and
guarantee every garment.
F ob want the BEST—
that'» what we offer.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF
UNITED STATE* LAND DI ED E,
Burns, Orcto i. April 1>, 1904.1
Notice iH hereby given that the following-
named Bettier has filed notice < i hU ¡’•D’P’Jj»”
p"’.i in impport <> i hi«.-ini'»,.»».i
11..it aui.! »»root will he made before the Register
Hint .Hlu prool will be rnn-l«' betoreihe K.'Kl.tvr
■ nd R<-< • fver at lHirns. Oregon, on May latli.
I'HM via Ild. K. No. M2 of AligiiMiln W Hurl
burt, lor the W'.j SW‘4, Sec. 3 and N'a SEJ, Sec
I, T. 27 S , K. 29 E.. W M.
He name, the following wltneM.. to prove
hi. continuous realdehce upon and cultivation
of said laud, viz: Simon Lewis, Tom Allen, J.
M. Dalton and W <; Bradwell, all of Burns.
MILLER & THOMPSON.;
W m . F akkic ,Register.
“Walk Over” Shoes
sold everywhere at
the same price.
ALL THE LATEST
ST WINDSOR CAFE.
The Place to Dine
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
35 cents and up
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.
Bakeri in connection at Mrs. Robbins’ format stand.
RED1 ORD BROS. Propts.,
•’* lhe § q
< all on uo.
BOOT and SHOE
Opposi* First Ns*»of»»l
Gives all the local news
ginning on this date I will close out all lines of shelf and heavy hardware, tinware, etc., at COST. Call and see the
□ds, and get the prices, and be convinced. This is no catch advertisement, but is an actual tact.
at COST. This is your opportunity. Remember, sales mast be STRICTLY CASH.
Goods in all lines