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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1904)
We have inaugurated a closing-out sale, for CASH ONLY, beginning January 1st, 1904, on all lines of Dry Goo
ing, Overcoats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Hats, etc. We have one of the best lines of Groceries in Burns, and will sell
Call and be convinced.
them to to you at reduced prices.
tion laws of the state, will be in a
! position to do more for this sec
tion than any other one man at
SATURDAY. MAY 2X, 190-1.
present, and should be elected re
presentative by all means. His
thirty years experience as a suc
□ ne Year ..
cessful irrigator and handling of
irrigation enterprises was one of
| the many good reasons he was
appointed to the important office
.of irrigation commissioner He
, was one of tne original locators
- and has ever since been interested
For Supreme Judge—
in the only irrigation enterprise in
section that has given any
For Food and Dairy Commissioner,
like satisfaction to the set
S. M. DOI ULAS.
For Congressman, 2d Dist.—
J. E. SIMMONS.
For Circuit Judge, 9th Dist.—
THEY INCREASED CITV EXCHEQUER.
MORTON I). CLIFFOI).
For District Attorney,‘Jth Dist.—
Lena Gray and Georgia Lee
brought before Recorder
For Joint Representative—
one day this week on a
C. W. MALLETT.
of running a bawdy house.
For County Clerk—
a plea of guilty and
SAM MOTHERSHEA 1).
each and costs
of $60 to the
A. K. RICHARDSON.
said he intended to make it a
For School Superintendent—
memorable event so that they
J. C. BARTLETT.
would not forget it. He also
stated that he did not intend to
J M. DALTON.
follow the precedent of a monthly
For Commissioner —
graft” against women of the “red
W. D. BAKER.
” district, but proposed to do
when complaints were
DR H. VOLP.
made. Although it was not in the
complaint, they had visited a sa
The Oregonian reports more
sheep killed, this time in the Fos loon the night before which had
caused the complaint to be sworn
sil section. (July got 175 this
out. The two women insinuated
time—not an average catch hard
that they had not committed the
ly is it?
offense wilfully but had been
forced into it to a certain extent
The Journal and Oregonian by the company they were in.
cartoonists are working “Facts” Recorder Miller asked no ques
overtime and poor Binger certain tions in regard to who composed
ly deserves a rest which he will the company but gave them a lit
possible get after June 6 if Col tle advice in which the old “Dog
Bob Veatch keeps up Ins good Tray y” adage might have been
used to advantage.
It is possible there was more or
irony in this suggestion, per-
The county high school ques
but it may possibly have a
tion is one that should have your
oil the parties inter-
attention and support. Let us
have the best possible educational
facilities for our young people
Athletes Invited to Canyon City.
who have not an opportunity to
go elsewhere for schooling.
Miss Agnes Sweek has receiv
a 'phone message from Canyon
We understand only two more
in which the basket ball team
men have received the promise of
city extends an invitation
the postotlice during the past
to come over there
week. Now that’s poor polities
in the sports dur
sure. As good a thing as that
and only work 20 votes on it is a ing the Fourth of July celebration.
The people over there are go
poor showing. Possibly the var
to have a four days’ celebra
ious “recommends” have been
¡mil will also invite our boys
comparing notes ami it is about to
the guests of that city.
It is not known at this time
what action will be taken by local
The democrats propose placing athletes, but a meeting will be
some good clean men in office this
held next Monday evening to
election. Men who have no
settle the matter. The mem-
string* on them and will serve the
beis of the girls’ basket ball team
taxpayers in an impartial and able
are requested to meet at the home
manner. The voters realize the of Miss Agnes Sweek Monday
good qualities and worth of sev evening to discuss the matter and
eral of the democratic nominees
and will give them their hearty
support, regardless of party atlili-
John Day Dead.
Some individuals are trying to
make campaign thunder out of
the proposed high school which is
to be voted for nt the coining elec
tion. Don’t be deceived into the
idea that the school superintend
ent has control of it or its location.
The school is under the direct
control of the county judge and
CommissHineers with the coynty
treasurer and superintendent as
associates. The latter acts mere
ly as secretary of the board.
What the people of Malheur
■nd Harney counties nee<i in the
way of legislation is remedial ir
rigation laws. Hon. C.
left, who has been appointed by
Governor Chamberlain a member
of the board to revise the irriga-
We find from inquiry that the
horsemen who a-e now making the
spring ride, are not finding as many
animals as they expected, just the
cause is not clearly accounted for.
Some are of the^opinion that more
horses have died than was thought
while others are of the opinion that
thieves have been operating in the
sections now being worked. They
find stock badly scattered and it is
possible many of the horses have
strayed from their usual range.
It is a source of regret that our
horseipen are unable to gather all
their stock just at this time, as
horsebuyers are now on the ground
and every animal that is in fair
condition could tie marketed at
once and the money put in circu
WE HAVE THE GOODS,
WE MAKE THE PRICES
WE GET THE TRAD
Caleb. Investigation showed that
paris green had been pul out by
someone. The paris green had been
mixed with salt. The poison had
been spread on the bed ground of a
band of sheep belonging to Butler
Bros of Waldron. Before the poi
son had been discovered, fifty head
of sheep had died from the effects
of eating it. It is supposed the
poison was put there expressly tor
the sheep — Grant County News.’
The Spring Horse Ride.
Good Hay Prospects.
Dr, Marsden has returned from
his Bear valley ranches and reports
range abundant and better than for
y9ars, also that the meadows aYb
much better, the grass being further
advanced at this time than in June
last. They will cut at least 200
tons more hay on his ranches than
He thinks prices will advance on
cattle aB the season advances and i
proposes to hold his marketable í
stuff until a good price is off-red.
Some of our stockmen are fortunate
in that respect, but others will find
it necessary to dispose of a part of
their cattle at least, as soon as
EGGS FOR HATCHING
Why not keep hens that
will lay in winter as well
1 HAVE THEH.
PER SETTING, $2 5.0
Dr. L. E.Hibbard,
Doing Good Work,
Geo. Headley is in the city from
the dredger catr.p on the Blitzen a i
short distance above Narrows. Ha
has been at work on the dredger
since last February and reports the
work progressing very satisfactory.
The French-Glenn Co. begun this
work two or three years ago, the
purpose being to drain a big lot of
swamp and reclaim a large body of
land. They work a crew of six men
and tuake on an average 170 feet
in ten hours, the channel being 23
feet wide and averaging 9j feet in
depth. This enterprise will be the
means of increasing the m-'adow
land holdings of the company many
Word was brought to thid city
Tuesday that Sigfrit Bros of Mil
chell had lost nine bead of cowi
In the Masonic hall in Lewiston with calves on the road at the head
today rests in state the remains of of Bridge creek, four miles west of
John Day. a pioneer of the west,
savs a corres|Hindent of the Helena
Independent. Yesterday morning ONLY EXCLUSIVE
at 11 o’clock John Day breathed
his last in the county hospital in
this city and in passing ended one
of the most adventurous careers in ••lilkOur" Sloes
the history of the building of the
sold everywhere at
Fifty two years ago John Dav the sane price.
left the home of his boyhood in
Westchester county, N. Y, and
CroSHCt I the plains to California, and
ALL THE LATEST
since that time this typical pioneer
has participated in the reclamation
of the wilds of nearly every state of BOOT and SHOE
Mr Day was one of the ealriest
of the gold seekers to work in the
mines of W ashington. Oregon and
Idaho. In Oregon a noble stream '
and a town bear his name.
Win. Hanley has incorporated
his individual business with Col.C.
E. S. Wood, H. L. Corbett and
himself as incorporators. Although
the papers filed with the Secretary
of State include the building of
canals, railroads, selling real estate,
etc., Mr. Hanley says it has no par
ticular significance and does not in
any way call fur a departure from
his former business methods. He
informs The Times-Herald it was
done only to simplify matters in or
der to bring his private business in
proper relation with the Oregon Oc- j
cidentnl Co. in which he is inter-
Full stock of HarduuaPe, CDachinery, Ujagons
riages, Plouus, Cultivators, UUindmills and Pump
on hands at prices to.suit the times
JOHN G EM BERLI Mi,
Fine Watch Repairing A Spe-
Your Potronage Solicited.
QEER & CUMMINS
We’re Still at it!
' eeitck H otel .
Seliing Goods at the same old
Stand and at Prices Cheapest.
I j .
riret C1« m lxx Evary F&rtloulaiT.
«A.11 White ZX«lp.
Kates on Application.
Guests Treated with Utmost Courtesy.
DRESS GOODS, FURNISHING GOODi
Well Furnished, Comfortable Rooms.
BOOTS, SHOE?. GROCERIES. PROVISIONS.
EVERY LINE COMPLETE
We Have the Reputation of Carrying the
JUDGE à JURY
As well as the
If you will try this drug store for quality, for an ample
stock of drug store goods;
If you will test it for accuracy, promptness and courteous
treatment of customers:
If \ou will establish a Court of Inquiry to look into the
question of high quality with lowest prices;
Then we will be perfectly willing that you should be
judge and jury —we know what your verdict will be.
Of Dress Goods and Trimmings of any bouse in the county. This
is admitted by every dress-maker in town.
W, an Aara fa pfaata anat fa aafar fa a>aata.
LATEST STYLES AND FASHIONS
THE CITY DRUG STORE.
Prices boater Than Ever before.
H. M. HORTON. Propt.
TIMBER LAND NOTICE
U.S. latnd Office, Burns. Ore . May II. 190-4.
Notice is hereby f iveu that in com pl ante
with the proyDion a of the at’ ot Congre«« of
June 3,1’*;* entitled "Aa act for the sale <»t lira
ber lands in the States of California. Oregon.
NexatlaanJ Washing! u Territory." asextend-
ed to all »he Public ijtud Slates by act of Aug
ust 4. 1Charles YA hite, of Tacoma county of
Pierce, Mate of
ashing ton. has this day til <1
in Ibis offi eh:« sworn statement No JAS for
th* purchase .-t lieKUNW1. , SW t NK\. N’W.
of Sv* tb»n No. .7 in Township No. xc S„
Hanse No .* E . W M , and will offer proof to
shew that the land sought is more valuable for
its timber or stone than .or agricultural put-
poer*. and to establish hts claim io said land
before the Register an<l Reevixerof this office
a? Burnt, Vrexatu oa Wedatsdsy the Tth dae
of July. VA>4
He names as «itMtes: William Ro mond. of
Montesano WA.hingto'1. Jacobi Metcalf, of
Montesano. \\ «shiagton. «»eerir» F. -«Iisburry
ot St. Joe. Idaho, ¡nuitei J. o Rrien of TacotnaJ
Any and all
cleiming adversely the
above deserttwd lands are requested to fl,? their
claims in this office on or bvforv the said '7th
t»i Jaty. lAM
W m . F arrb , Regnier.
Caff anl •*
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TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
t S. Land OIH< e. barns. Or»., May 11, 1904
Noti« la hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Contran of
. •n,|Ued “An act for thesaleoft’m
bar lands in the Sut« of California
s rada and Washington Territori.«
<■■1 to all the Public land sui« bri
I «st 4. Im. Stuart T Mom. of Joplin
•>« «hie d,
'oi. office his sworn atatement Nn ■»
• hip No » s„ Kan<e So. 9 K„ a „ and
offer proof to show that the land sought lati
va nadi, for lu timbar or stone thin foil
,k* R,».««r and Receiver of
•ni! s". of ,nl7 ï 4 m 0;"*', k ““ "-¡«««•F «h»
He nam« as witnesses: Delo, Am, 0( T.co
J » ru.«"!":!' '’’V1’’’ r Salisborry, of^t
F a ana. Resister
THE STAR SAOON
w. w. JOHNSON & CO., Propt
The bar is supplied with none but the very
best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cig
Experienced and courteous Mixologists.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection