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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1904)
THE BURNS FURNITURE CO.,
the expostulation: “Hold on thar ' Devine services the third and fourth |
you son of a gun I’ve got a five ■ Sundays of each month at 11 a. tn.
dollar draw down coming, hain’t and 7:30 p. tn. Sabbath school at
SATURDAY. JUNE I, 1904.
1.'” and the minister’s vision oil 10 a. tn. every Sabbath morning.
Preaching services at the Baptist
wealth was cut into.
church every let and 2nd Sundays,
Still another story of more re
morning and evening. Sunday
cent dattj was when a popular i school every Sunday at 11#. m.
Three Months ..
young couple of this city ap prayer meeting every Thursday
proached the hymeneal alter, the | evening.
minister’s query brought the
groom to a sudden realiza
tion of the fact that he had secure
ly locked his wedding license in a
— IN —
J. H Z Mitchel
U. W. Fulton.
burglar proof trunk some mile
I J. N. WilliamBon,
i and a half from the scene of op
. A. M. Crawford.
erations. This had been done im
......... Geo. E. Chamberlain.
Nothing is omitted that concerns |
Berretarx oi State
.. F. I . Duubar. *
mediately after its purchase—just the interest of buyers and selleis]
C. 8. Moore.
8upt. Public Instruction.
J. H. Ackerman.
J. R. Whitney
to be safe you know—and it re in the live stock, grain, provisions,
» R. S. Bean. quired the despatch of a boy on a
produce and financial markets—
. .> C. Wolverton
> F. A. Moore
bicycle and a half hour’s wait to the quotations are comprehensive,
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
rectify the bridegroom’s mistake. and are in every way reliable.
M.D. C lifford
iHitrict Attorney................................ Win Miller —Prineville Journal.
The Journal in addition carries
Circuit Court meet« the Third Monday in
every days a full and truthful re
Kitchen Furnishing mill he one of our specialties, and your kitch-
April ami Fourth Monday in October.
Like Holy Writ.
port of tne world’s news and pre
Jolnt-Repreeentative............................ E. H. Test
,en mill be ready to go into and cook a meal
................ J. L. Rand
sents many special features of deep
A Salt Lake scavenger corn- interest to the average reader.
Nor mill the Parlor, Bedroom and Hall be overlooked in any detail.
Levens pany has issued the following The Jouanal’s woman’s page, the
F 8 Rieder
R A Miller tract that is as sound doctrine as
illustrated ‘sportlang news page,
Tom Allen anything in noly writ.
Among Journal stories and comic pages
J. E. Loggan
....... JU Bartlett the maxims set forth are these:
Rockers, #2 and up,
Chairs $1 and up,
and other good things mt-ke it a
... J R J Williams
Desks $8 up
Iron beds $5 75 and up,
i C T Miller
very popular family newspaper,
Spring beds $4 up,
County Court meets the first Wednesday in
Mu*ic cabinets $5 up,
clean and bright from A to Z and
January, March. May, July, September and
Eternal vigilance is the price of year’s end to year’s end.
at $7 75, up
Nove m her.
Mattresses, excelsior, wool, and floss,'$2 50, up
HARNEY U. H. LAND OFFICE:
Daily, one year by mail, $4;
i ‘ 4
The fewer filth premises, the six months, $2.25; three months,
............................Chas. Newell fewer yellow flags.
....... Dr. J. W. Geary.
Semi-weekly, 104 issues, one
Recorder, ■ •
L. Woldenberg Jr.
have to, but because you want to.
. . W. A. Gowan.
Dirt is the mother of disease
$1. The issues of tne
( F. O. Jackson,
and turns neighbors into enimies.
| Simon Lewis,
and Weekly Journ
( G. W. Clevenger.
The sanitary inspector is abroad.
the market news
Meetings of the Council every Second and
Aid him. Don’t obstruct his
and all of the features of the Daily
We judge the cleanliness of a Journal.
The Times-Herald clubs with
home not by the parlor and front
sot’I eties .
Journal at the following rates
yard but by the kitchen and back
Ulall Paper 13 eents a
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
for both papers:
single'’’oll and up .
Meets at Odd Fellow« Hall, every Saturday
It is a bad wind that blows no- Daily....................................... $4.00
,1. W. Buchanan, N. G.
A MANUFACTURINO DEPARTMENT in
F. O. Jack Hou, Secretary.
body good. Filthy premises are Semi-Weekly'..................... 2.50 I
where we will make you anything
sourses of profit to doctors and
Weekly................................... 2.25 , from a wooden knitting needle to “double
BURNS LODGE NO. 97, A. F. A M.,
Is at the Old Stand selling cheaper
than you can run the risk ot laying
it down here irom ; any catalogue
house in America.
We buy as cheap as anyone and
will sell as cheap as anyone, there
The Oregon Daily Journal. tore, our prices must, and will be
right. A call will convince you.
READ THE MARKET NEWS
Many New Lines will be added as
soon as teams can get but.
Bureaus $8 and
ing Iron Beds
low as $ I 1.50.
Meets’every Saturday evening in Masonic
J. <’. Welcome Jr, W. M.
F. 8. Reider, Secretary.
INLAND LODGE NO. 70 K. of P.
Meets every Thursday evening in the Brown
Il M Horton, < . <
L. M. Brown, K. R. 8.
BURNS LODGE No 47 A. O. U. W.
Meet« every second anti fourth Friday.
A. ('. Welcome, M. W.
i’.N. Cochran, Recorder.
ORDER OF WASAINGToN.
Meets every first and third Friday, in Brown
P. Rutherford, PreBiden.
Pearl Vulgamorc, Secretary.
HARNEY valley CAMP N o Dal, W. <>f|W .
Meets every tirsi mol second Tuesday.
c. W. McClain, com,
W. A. Gowan, Clerk.
TULK CIRCLE No. 16., W. of W.
Meets every fourth Tnendny.
Martha Dalton, G. M.
Ione Whiting, Clerk.
Printers’ Ink remarks: The
newspaper reading public noWa-
days looks for something more
than mere “news” in its journals.
The purchase and sale of commo
dities are among the most impor
tant events of everyday life.
Therefore the wise merchant tells
the public what he wants to sell,
and there is no better way to con
vey this information than by daily
To be sure, his
•‘news” does not come by cable,
telegraph or over the editors desk,
but it is very important news all
deck” wood rack. Call! Never too busy to
talk or furnish estimates.
W. J. COLEMAN,
Stenographer and Notary Public
A* Great Newspaper.
B urns , - O regon .
Office iu Citizens Bank Building.
The Sunday edition of the St.
Louis Republic ¡3 a marvel of
modern newspaper enterprise,
orginization of its news ser-
Office one door north
is world-wide, complete in »
of French Hotel
every department; in tact, superi
B ukn »,
O regon .
or to that of any other newspaper.
The magazine section is illus and nion P acific
J. W BIGG8,
trated in daintily tinted colors and Depart ror.| TIME St IIEHILKS
Biggs & Biggs
I From Huntington Ore
splendid half-tone pictures. This
ATTORNEYS - AT-LAW,
section contains more high-class Chicago-lSalt Lake,Denver, Ft.
literary matter than any of the | Port) nd Worth, Omaha, Kan-
Practice in all the courts of Ore. J monthly magazines. The fashions ‘ J*.1,’.Ji!1 Isas City, St. ,, Louis.
12:35 Cliicaj.0 and East,
Ì 45 a.in
Collections promptly made.
illustrated in natural colors are
a. it j
especially valuable to the ladies.
The colored comic section is a Atlantic Salt Lake.Dtnver.Ft
8. W. MILLER,
. Express Worth, Omaha, Kan ! 3:35
genuine laugh-maker. 1 he funny
2:10 sas City, St. Louis . P “•
Chicago and Fast.
cartoons are by the best artists.
Burns, - - - Oregon.
| The humorous stories are high
Paul Walla Walla, Lewis-
class, by authors of national rep St.
E'stMail ton. Spokane, Mittne 12:35
G. A. R kmbold
C. W. P ahrish
1-45 apolis, St. Paul, Du- a. m.
PARRISH & REMBOLD,
Sheet music, a high-class, pop
Illi th Milwaukee, Chi
! ular song, is furnished free every
cago and East.
Barns (and Canyon City,) Oregon.
A'lll practice in the courts of Harney and
-irant counties and in the supreme court oi the
The price of the Sunday Re i OCEAN and RIVER SCHEDULE
Mtate, and also in U. 8. land office.
public by mail one year is $2.00.
For sale by all news dealers.
(Jhtvs. II. Leonard,
All sailing dates sub
is assured by perfect digestion.
Indigestion swells the stomach and
pull’s it lip against the heart. This
causes shortness of breath, palpita
tion of the heart and general weak
ness, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures
indigestion, relieves the stomach,
takes the strain of! the heart, and
restores it to a full performance of
its function naturally. Kodol in
creases the strength by enabling
the stomach and digestive organs
to digest, assimilate and appropri
ate to tue blood and tissues all of
the food nutriment. Tones the
stomach and digestive organs. Sold
A ttorney - at - i . aw ,
by Burns druggists
Careful attention given to Collec
tions and Real Estate matters.
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers,
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
B urns ,
O regon .
who wants to enjoy a good hearty
Office first door west of Bank.
laugh to send 50c for “Tips to
Agents.” Worth $50 to any per
son who sells goods for a living.
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
It' not satisfactory your money
back. Circular for stamp. The B urns ,
....................... O regon
Dr. White electric Comb Co., Deca < ïil lemon*, _____
Katate matter promt tlv attended to.
If some people in this town
would give their boys ami girls as
much attention as they do their
cows, which they .secure by stak
ing out til sight of home, the pros
pects for a lot of young people
going to the bad would not be so
brilliant, says the
Graphic, (»ills in the foolish and
gid dy stage who imagine them
selves young ladies are allowed to
roam the streets day and night
with empty pitted young cigarette
fiends, loaf in the postoilice and
other public places, and put them
selves in a questionable light be
fore the public. If dire results do
not follow, it will be mote from
the guiding and restraining influ
ence of parents who are criminal
ly negligent of their duty. This
may sound rather harsh, but such
Services at Christian Science
words are better uttered now Hall every Sunday forenoon at 11
than after something happens.
o’clock and 8 o'clock p tn. Service
Wednesday^'veniugs at 8.
w. l . MAaanas,
MARSDEN & GEARY.
Physicians and Surgeons.
START A BININE N OF YOUR
Our new book entitled “ 40 M oney
M aking L ikas ” is worth its weight in
gold to every man who wants to start a
legitimate, paying mail order business.
It tells you what to do and how to do
Send us 50c today
and we will send you the book, and a
valuable mot th v lOarnat n • yen free
C rrturv P ublish »«.. <>. •••x 73,
tl KR >N
Forest Reserve Scrip
Phone No. tO
ject to change.
For San Francisco
every 5 days.
4 p. tn.
8 p. m
4 p. m.
j Ex Sun. To Astoria
ano Way- Except
| 10 p. ID.
■ - -
The Harney County I.lva Stock Association
will pay Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars Ke
wsrd lor the arrest and couvlctlou of anv per
eon or persons who kill, steal or drive off un
horses, mules or cattle belonsln» to any mine
her of the Association. The County Court also
offers an additional reward of Twa Hundred
and Fifty Dollaia.
M. F sswkk . Pre».
G. W. Yovso, Seo’y, Burns, Oregon.
BKANPS AND r. O. ADDBBSS OT SUSHI»«.
S hoo Additional Reward.
In addition to the
above I offer K hj O
under the earne con
ditions for horses
bar on both ereither
jaw recorded in 8
Harney, Lake and
sold. Horses sold
to pass through this
section will be re
ported in thia paper.
If not so reported, please write or telephone
The Times-Herald, Main 324. Burns, Ore.
W. W BROWN. Fife Oregon.
Peter Clemens, Burns, horses, PC; on leftsti
fie; cattle same on either hip; eaimarks crop
ami split iu left ear, swallow fork and square
under bit in right.
M Fenwick, Burns, horses, double dot vertic
al bar on left shoulder, cattle, Lon right hip;
earmarks, two underbitB iu each ear; also some
branded bar T on right rib«; earmark, under
half crop in left ear.
J H Bunyard, Burns, cattle, 7 on left hip; ear
marks, crop on left ear, swallow fork in right.
J P Withers, Harney, horse«, combined TJP
on left shoulder; cattle, half circle cross on
either hip: earmarks, upperbit iu right ear, un
derbit in left.
Martin Bros., Burns, cattle, double dot hori
zontal bar on either hip; earmarks, upperbit in
right ear, swallow fork in left, wattle on right
jaw; also some branded circle N on right side
O L Bhingledecker. Burns, horses, 6 on lef
shoulder; cattle, 5 on right side and hip; ear
marks, crop off right ear, crop and under half
crop off left.
Fred Denstedt, Burns, horses, FD on the left
shoulder; cattle FD on left side; earmark, un
der half crop in each ear.
R J Williams, Riley, horses, CB on the left
shoulder; cattle, CB on left hip; earmarks, crop
off left ear, nnder half crop off right, wattle un
der chin; also cattle branded 88, crop and un
derbit in left ear, under half crop in right; also
cattie JT on left ribs, crop and split in left ear.
under half crop in right.
H H Elliott, Narrows, horses, Th combined on
left stifle; cattle Th combined on left hip; ear
mark, upper slope on each ear. wattle on chin
and bell collar.
Sylvester Smith, Narrows, horses, H 8 ou right
leg; cattle V bar, earmark, under half crop and
short over slop© in each ear Jughandl© and
P G Smith, Burns, horses, quarter circle 8 on
right hind leg and left shoulder; cattle, quarter
circle 8 on either hip: earmarK, crop off right
ear, split in under side of left; two dewlaps.
A E Young. Burns, horses, Y on left leg and
J •< connected on right shoulder; also booton
left shoulder; cattle, rocking chair on left hip;
earmark, right ear drooped down, left Cut slop
ing towards head on upper side; wattle on lef
aideof neck; all animals dehorned.
Ç P Rutherford, Burns, cattle, bar 2 on left
side; earmark, under half crop right ear; horses
bar 2 on left shoulder.
Thos Wingfield, Burns, horses, => (chsinltnk)
on left shoulder; cattle, same onTefteldcimark
crop off left ear, short overslope tn right.
John Craddock, Sllvlee, horses. 8-8 on the left
ehouMer; cattle, 8-8 on right side; mark, crop
brisket' Car’ Bwa ow ,ork 1,1 le,t' «’ewlap on
-8 ni1?’ 5uIns’ c»ttle- XI O» fight side:
mark, split tn right ear, wattle on nose.
G Hudspeth, Burns, cattle, scissors on right
Bide; mark, crop and split In each ear.
Simon f,cwls, Burns, cattle 8L on right side
nark, crop and underbit In l.ft ear, crop and
under half crop off right.
!!“’!;«Buri”.’ hnr’<!». W
stifie cattle, diamond bar on left htp; mark
split iu each ear, wattle unuer chin. H
1..1Îi!in cMenamy, Burns, horses, reverse Lou
left stifle, cattle, 69 on left hip; mark, metal ta«
in each ear With full name and addrea.
I F m,* h '- m M-’ hor,ei: LF On ri«ht
^biulgrttgh&”*rk’ cfoP.uPP«rMt.nd an-
Leayes Burns daily for Ot I struct
at 6:30 a tn. Arrives at Bum; Bakst
ly from Ontario at 5 p m.
The only through passetip I
transfer route from Burns i, 3
First-class accointnodntion^ ley U
good eating stations at eonve d men
distances along the route.
S. 8. WILLIAMS, Gen. Mgr, I Tiptc
L. Woldenberg Jr., Agent,
Burns, 0n3 the Í
PATENT WRITING Rßd
"T'TIE most important irqpj
A ment of the age in the i-|
penmanship makes the poor
a splendid penman in a few
by the use of this ring. Endol
by prominent College PrestdJ
and Boards of Education in E m
and America. Sample do»-
sorted sizes Bent post paid fori:
single sample 25c. When orfe™ l»h
a single ring, state whether fontfl BtR
woman, or child.
MFG. SUPPLY CD. J
No. 118 S. Fourth Street, PHILAMUll
Is Absolutely PURE, and |
will OUTWEAR all other I
ll,iams, Van, horses, 71 baron stifie
ry it write tone and we will »reth B
you get it.
W. P. Fuller A. Co. PortlanlH
left «boulder ;
hi't’r1:^ i'i-riX ~%xkbitard nnder
“THE BIGGEST SENS,vr.OX EVEKVWilH
oiHe« ,“h'Xe"’; «ItTeT’rt?' cNomCh°iïobÂned
left shoulder; mark, upper half crop In lofum?
optical effect. Hlghlj finished in differ®»
or« with rich gold and silver decorttfl
OJ °n the left (mountings). Including 20 V. F. Photonfl
Views of art (genre). PRICE ORLOP
Sent everywhere prepaid in letter form.
LILIPUT STERIOSCOT tl
Hickenaon, Narrowa, horses anvil
brandedon left side and hip.
Rose Sits, Nrrrows, horses. K bar on left .«<a.
cattle, same on left hip or aid.-
bit in each ear, dewl.pVn brhkit
onAriEX*’h^li- h°f’cs<Æ on left Stifle; cattle Æ
h p’ r,rk’ Upper h*ncrup off rl«h‘ ear.
J W Biggs, Bums, horses, OR on left stifie
mark, crop and under hit cron
derbit In right. dewMp 5nderTÆeft
Joel H Howard, Burna horse« h«rn — v
digests what you eat.
cleanses, purifies, i
and sweetens the stomstl
KODOL cures Indigestion, dyspeps-
all stomach and bowel
œ^Sîp—wxnkKS KODOL accelerates the action of ft
trie glands and gives ton»
6 a. tn. Oregon City, New 4:30 p m
Except berg, Sakin and Way Except
.hoJider*,M' ’'arr°”' hor,e*' b«rC on th. i.ft
KODOL relieve, an overworked
Willamette A Tamhlll
7 a tn.
Teusday Oregon City, Dayton
Tuhrd’y and \\ ay-Landings
*nd weak people strong by giving •
mark aame aa abov« ratnZ
1 bodies all of the nourishment that *
’ •»,>•« «lp;
throat; cattle. Ton left bin ml’.«,
nB,l,r talned tn the food they eat.
off left ear. wattle on left jaw * M' ,q0*f* crop
left shvùiwl!r’B0rna’ hu™e* branded CV on
tight rit«k n?a'rk:Ism7;,t,'h,rron44|'1n ’•(’»h,P *«<!
Forest reserve scrip,*JnJ tracts of, 40
of all nervous strain C*
the heart a full, free and untrss."’
3:30 p m mark, squ.ro crop o‘rfrl7^,rX°hn le't 5,p: action, nourishes the nervous syaka*
•lope on left.
feeds th. brain.
French-Glenn ; Livestock
on ieS«?^' “a"a»‘"
KODOL 1« the wonderful remedy!
Friday. nected on jeft hip- mark*'
— making m many sick pea#
left ear. djwl.p
up* c'.t“"» p Ô* 'ifrij11
6 a. nt.
4:30 p m
Tuesday Portland Corvallis Tuesday
Thurs & and Way-Landing«. Thurs 4
" b |5
If your local dealer doer not tw H
Rev A. J Irwin will preach at
Leave wattle. hor.„.74™7elt «7?, "* *’Mh
acres aid ^upward, ready for immediate Riparia,
J. H. VOLP, A.
Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
der o" MfdehîlK y '’?'/'
use and guaranteed.
1:20 a nt Riparia to Lewiston. 8:30 a. tn
Wil! buy’soldiers’ land warrants given Daily.
Speaking of wedding happen- month at Ila. m. and 7.30 p. tn. PHPSICIA.N AND SURGEON
for services in all Indian wars ann Mex
Mill creek rancher who added a Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
and War of 1812
A N. H oar ,
mgs,a story is told on a well known p. m.
Office at residence.
Huntington, Oregon horses same brand .»J rigtit ¿m?. "*
blushing bride to his happy home
A. L CRAIG,
H. B. Compson 1 ,
First . Church Christ Scientist,
*artnarkBU^uarô“,ropb7,'in,hf' on rtfbt
, <»en. Pass Ag't. Portland. Oregon bip;
a few years ago. In the process services Suixlav 3 p tn, at the par-
underbit in lefCiiao
H. R. Rrewnton
|. K. Hibbard «IS »«Wil SkM
. A I. MOHLER. President.
a Ptineville clergyman was em lore of the Cottage Hotel. Prayer
Ilibbnrd Ac Brownton.
ployed who tied the knot in due meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30
*MAKES PROPER WEV¡
form, and expectantly awaited his
Sunday school at Harney the Offlca fl ret door east of The etti woe Rank.
•tifle: carle same* iiTOP*"'*" °« *•"
fee. This was forthcoming in the first Sunday of each month at 10
a NTxn -T rustworthy mbn awt .
*'”•«8 to «r»v<l and advertise for old
shape of a ten dollar bill w hich o'clock a tn. On the second, third
»-tahiished house of solid fioc.nial
was quietly thrust in a capacious and fourth Sunday of each month
? L.®n right hl^
sts rdtng fàlaly.Km) a ytar aod o mark
berw brand TL on ifft'^Vi'1"“’1 *’
W. c. BROWN,
pocket and its receipt was the sig at 3 o'clock p tn. Preaching ser
penses, all payable in cash. No etavna-
mark, crop' n lïft
atng req.ued Give referance, .Bd en «»n e o. îe.t aw bn«îï¿;¡,o^^A'^^, ~
nal (or the elegyman’s departure vice » very second Sunday at 8 p tn.
cl,,... .Hf addressed .-amped enve’. pc
Can'e C -
Before he had reached the gate,
* I Lr
At the Presbyterian church
hip. mark Top "(Tv/**'1* *D ’’"“foted left
however, he was interrupted with ■ Burns. Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
office upstair, in Vorgtly llailding.
Two Marriage Storie».
A Venstor. Venstor, cattle j\ 1.»
J V left «title.
Ftank McClintock, Burns, Me
both bip« horses left stifie.
J H Ainlerson, Monumeut. < «ttu ,, ™
sb <1 hip horse« X rtKhtstlfle.
H L llsrkey, Bunn, cattle out, u», a
rib«, circle F left hip: horses ■ iHL
J PFarre, Burna, rattle JP <'.15«—,-
head with bar under 011 k it |Hp _ > JJlj
bait crop In each ear; horse, ►ant'.Li1
W H Mayfield. Burna eattle, EXrttu J|
Bide, mark crop and split In Mi e,IU,7\ 'B
lu right; horses EX left ahoulder.
J W Shown Harney, cattle UH left s.. ‘4
crop and two splits lu right eui
D H Smyth, Smith, cattle triangle ;..
connected, Ct any place; hor,< ■ sa«,
Frank Matney, Burns, cattle,
Diamond on either hip; murk, under o.
In left, crop and uuderbit in right; hon-
ou left hind leg.
C R Peterson, Teniitor. horses ira, „1 „ £
lowing IT. A. -t. 1 I
PP right hl|i, ) ( left ribs or one of th, <
brands; murks, finger in right , rr, t,ar
ho-.,..m, .ft,t4T' W‘ ,O
>«“« oat,. JI.OO Sin holding 2M tin»'
■Isa, which salts for ¿Oo.
W 1. C «.TOT 4 a. ■
EX PE HIE1*