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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1904)
CLOSING OUT SALE
We have inaugurated a cosing-out sa e, for CASH ONLY, 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.
SATURDAY. JUNE 25, 1901.
bl’Biii KIPTION RATES:
One Year .................................
............................ .. .76
;>n,rtl'as''one ",(1 ca,,not beused
for any other purpose. Every
I cent of the Georgia Harper Co,
benefit is there and the amount
■ contributed by 1’rof. Werschul’s
¡concert is there.
Call and be convinced.
J. H. Barbour, U.S. Immigration
Inspector in charge of Oregon was
here this week accompanied by
Seid Gain, an American born
Chinese, as an interpreter Mr
Barbour was here to look into the
papers of Ah Ben who had gone to
China and it appears has been held
up on his return on account of de
fects in his papers. Ben went back
to see his children. He is a very
decent sort of a fellow and is ex
ceptionally bright and well liked
acre per year to keep up the works
and utilize the waters from these
WE HAVE THE GOODS,
WE MAKE THE PRICES,
WE GET THE TRADÌ
To the public: In order to close
up our general merchandise busi-
ness in Burns a- speedily as possi-
ble, we the undersigned have
made an assignment to David
Miller, who will collect all ac-
counts due the firm and pay all
As an evidence that diversity
Jll.lAN KVKI> _ _ _ _ Maasg.r , in farming pays, and makes land
.'capable of higher profits, a few
r> the stock busi-
The democrats don’t seem to I | facts concerning
will be interest-
have made a “cut and dried” pro-).
— 1903 shows
gram for thier national conven |
tion which will be held next week
Sheep Growing States.
in St. Louis. Their nominee for ■ an area of but 55,000 square miles
Notice of Assighnee.
President is still a guess.
Montana remains at the head of
than Montana, Wyoming, Idaho,
the wool producing states of the
All persons owing the firm of
Washington, Utah, Nevada, Aai-
l he purely business man adver- I zona and New Mexico> with an Union. The report of the acting Miller & Thompson are hereby
statistician of the department of notified to make immediate settle
Uses, and he does not do it for al ea of 821,000 square miles. The
agriculture shows that this state
charity’s sake. It is, a business! settlers on the smal!, highly cuh'i- has more sheep than any other ment of their account with C. H.
Leonard atty, for the Assignee, at
proposition with him. If news-j vated farm, with his diversity of state in the Union.
his office in Burns Oregon.
papers depended upon charity for feed, can solve the question of
The report indicates that Monta
D avid M iller .
a living skimed milk would taste1 Western civilization, much more na has 5,270,063 sheep, having an
Assigt.ee of Miller & Thompson.
satisfactorily than the land king average value of $2 31 a head when
with millions of acres unoccupied the estimate was made.
Wyoming is second with 4,602,-
UJindmills and Pump
The business men should be by families.. East Oregonian.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
head, with an average value of
careful to clean up all rubbish
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
$2 58 a head New Mexico is third
Burns, Ore., June 21, 1904. j on
around their premises this coming !
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
with 3,860,466 head, with an aver named settler has filed notice of his intention
week as the small boy and fire
to make proof in support of his claim and that
age value of $193 a head Idaho said
proof will be matie before the Register and
works will be numerous on the) Shirt waists at Brown’s
Receiver at Burns, Oregon, on August 5, 1904,
is forth on the list with 8,588,034, viz:
Hd. E. No. l'.»36, of Emma Ash, now Spring
4th and much danger from lire, i John Parker is in the city.
er for the SW.i NE' i, WC SEW and SEW 8EJ4,
. $2.21 a head.
Sec. 25, T. 2K S., R. 37 E „ W. M.
Tills is a matter that needs par-
Il«- iiHines the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
1 Men’s Furnishings at Browns.
of sai<l land, viz: Mary II C. Seaweard, A rm-
stead E. Brown, Steuben Seaweard, Lewis B.
1 Ladies’ Wash Suits at Brown’s.
above the 2,(MW,000 m irk Colora Springer, all of Coro, Oregon.
W m . F abre , Register.
W. E. Huston is having an addi do, TexaB, Wisconsin, New Yo'k
The occasional cold snaps that
and Arizona each have more than
occur in this section are somewhat! tion built to his
discouraging to farmers and
people who are raising gradens | at Brown’s.
the sheep census is the fact that
and fruit. However, such things I The residence occupied by Rev. the 51,630,144 head in the country
occur in almost every section of Davis has been moved to another shows a decrease of 12,334,732
Oregon and must be tolerated | portion of the lot and now faces head.
We suggest perseverance and south.
That is a shrinkage in numbers sold everywhere at
Large assortment of Ladies'* that is highly important to Hock
success will certainly follow.
the same price.
Summer Fabrics at Browire.
raisers all over the .land. The to
'fhe Times-Herald did not send ; A. W. Howser, one of the old tal number of sheep reported in the
United States last year was 63.964,-
a special correspondent to Chica 1 pioneers of Harney valley, is in the
ALL THE LATEST
go to get specials from the repub city from bis home near Harney.
lican national convention, therefore
Malheur is Doing Business.
cannot give its readers a detailed 1 Brown’s.
BOOT and SHOE
account of it. President Rosevelt . Rev. G. W. Black will preach his
Alf Johnson came back from
of course was nominated and from farewell sermon at the Baptist Malheur county yesterday, says
the latest outside newspapers it church in Lakeview next Sunday. the Baker City Democrat, and gives
looks like Senator Fairbanks A cordial invitation is extended.— some very interesting facts in re i
Opposti First Nations
would be his ninning mate.
gard to the government work now
Your Potronage Solicited.
Geo. llagny and wife returned in progress there in irrigation re
servoirs and ditches. Uncle Sam
The Tinies-1 lerald acknowl- Wedhesday night from St. Louis
where they Ire) gone several weeks is spending $150,000 this season in
edges receipt of a season ticket
1 ago to see the lair mid visit rela Malheur. The work is verv com
to the Mardi Gras Carnival at
prehensive and in in cargo of some
tives —Blue Mt. Eagles
Portland which will take place |
or thirty government en
Mr. 11ml Mrs. S R. Taylor arriv
from June 28 to July 9. This is
gineers and line men.
Seiiing Goods at the same old
given under the management of ed here yesterday from their home
The main reservoir now under
at Monitor, Marion county, on a
Stand and at Prices Cheapest.
the Federated Trades council and
visit to their daughter, Mrs W. E. construction is about forty-six
promises to be one of ‘ the most Huston They will spend a few
place known as Harper on Malheur
stirring and brilliant celebration 1 j weeks in ourcit.v,
The reservoir will be six
that has ever oceured in that city.
twenty miles long, and
Railroad rates have been reduced |
average depth of
on all lines and no doubt the affair |
view where lie goes to visit his eighty feethigh. There will be two
will attract big crowds.
orsets, old price
price......................................... $125 Now 95c
nonT"1 cilnrc' /snnro r
I daughter, Mrs \V. A Gowan. He main canals to carry the water from
Sampson Corsets, old price.............
will take his time in going ami the reservoir to the lands to be ir
C-B Corset, old price.......................
An exchange tells of a certain pick up 11 few curios mid specimens rigated each 50 miles long. These
Martha Washington Corset old.’price
young lady who is looking for while crossing the fossil beds
canals will be tapped with laterals
8. B. Corsets, old price.....................
the editor of the town paper with
There will be no Sunday night and smaller ditches. This re Jackson Corsets, old price .............
We [lave the Reputation of Carrying the
a shot gun. I le meant to com performance by the Georgia Har- servoir and ditch system will re Dorma Corsat, old price .........
pliment her at a party by noting per Co. But on Monday evening claim 150,000 acres of virgin land Ladies Lace Hose, old price...........
that “her dainty feet were encas they will present Dumas’ "Monte and furnish water for all the lands Ladies Cotton Hose,............................................... Reduduced One Half
As well as the
ed in shoes tliat might have been Christo.” Don’t fill to see the now irrigated in that county by Silk Waist Patterns
............................. Reduced from $1 00 to 60
taken for fairy boots.” The prin great open sea scene New special
This scheme will revolutionize Woolen I nderwear, Reduced from $4 00 per suit to $3 00. $■> suit for $2
ter made him say. “Her dirty , scenery will lie used for this pro- irrigation in Malheur and will in India Linen, Organdies, Swiss, etc., reduced to cost.
“,.d™a.2°r1'T,ri""“in«5 ot -"J h"““ I" lb.
feet were incased in shoes that
crease the area of irrigated lands, Mens $20 00 Suits reduced to $15 00 other suits in proportion.
might have been taken for ferry
increase the number of farm home-
W. ar. A.r. to
boats,” and the probability is that of the (i v> mint nt Geological Sur and generally subserve and add to
the prosperity of the county as no
the pi inter came much nearer
past few .lays inspecting the work, other proposition could. It is a
LATEST STYLES AND FASHIONS
stating the facts in the case than
looking after the water gagesand notable fact that your government,
did the editor, and it is the truth
checking up the work of watei has demanded that the large ranch
that always pinches.
gager M I. Lewis. Mr Sawyers es be split into 60 acre tracts in
Prices homer Than Ever before.
expre.-sttl himself as well pleased order to increase population and
a T .mnlT
The Times-Herald finds some P with the water recon! so far His intensify cultivation of the land.
people have been very much con-:
There is no richer land in the
cernc<’.a bout the town ndock
United States than this and it is
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
unit some one even w rote the Geo
Married—Last Sundy evening at estimated that 40 acres will cotn
timber land notice .
rgia Haipu Co asking what had the home of Mr ami Mrs E. B
V. 9. Land office. Burns. Ore. MsjU.'*
become of it. Now, 1 he Times- Reed. their s >n Homer ami Miss parsons. This land will produce
wOh'ii.' “ herehF «Iven that in <on>^
<h* pro'Wonaof the act of ■ -nr-
Herald man has not stolen that
entitled - An art for the wfeafiw
111 the suu9 of California,
money ami couldn't if he wanted
iaIo'*ti*S‘* *,*l>*n«f<>n Territory ••
nó’?í lbe Pn,,|le Fand States by set
to. It has been placed in the church performing the ceremony
?!!,*■1 ¿J-I""" T •'•oree, of Joplin. «iMj J
1 m ‘V’0'•',|,,o"rl. h.s this
First National Bank of this city
nnL'bffl"‘ hJ".,w°m statement So.. «.<**
voyage with bright prospects and a money for all of this work and
"*’■ NE'i of Section So
ship So 12 H„ Bang.* No. » K . A M .. <£•*
and The Tunes-1 lerald is trustee,
host of friends who wish them well charges the land from $2 to $,’> |>er
. i ’Ti""/
,how 'I**1 ,he lends
A check signed by the manager The Burns Band serenaded them acre for 10 rears when it is estimat
V* nable for lu timbee or atone tMs yg
Jeweler and Optician.
innura : r>’irpoees. and to establish bn<gj
FL'1 liP'1 h’,’°re the Kegi.ter and Ker**
and the whole office force thrown I in the evening and were treated to ed that the first coet of the reser
»• Bnrne “Teton. on o.inaW'“
Kth day of Jnl». ISO, *
in on the fund would not lie honor ice cream and straw-berries being voirs ami ditch systems will have
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''Corse r. .«alisMirrT."
ed. It is there for the purpose served The Times-Herald wishes been repaid or practically so. After
J** l,'*"ho',->»>beniel A. Dibble. <4
ton J,‘"h *'■ Med< alf. of Moe less
of applying on a town clock as I them every happiness. They will | that the engineers estimate that it
./"I I'"’ •ll per*nne clalmlna •
will Best only five or ten cents an ftminiiiiui
soon as enough can be added to soon go to housekeeping
rn*d l»nd« »re requested
•*•«*« the Mid rib •1
of HaPduuare, rftaehinehy,
riages, Plouus, Cultivators,
hands at prices to suit the times
QEER & CUMMINS.
& Thompson Stock
All Coods Must be Sold.
We’re Still at it!
BOOTS. SHOE?. GROCERIES. PROVISIONS.
EVERY LINE COMPLETE
I m expecting a lot of fine
Watches and some of the
Latest Creations in Jewelry.
Better keep your eye on this
7«1D>» n thia office on or defore the ss*
'!•» of July. imm .
Wn. Faun«. S'«**