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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1904)
Mason fruit jars at Voegtly’s.
Special reductions on all Sum
mer goods at Brown’s.
Binder twine at Voegtly’a.
Dain Hay Bucks at Voegtly’s.
The Burns Furniture Co have
received a lot of new freight this
Do you want blacksmith coal? The O.
■AS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
Caqienters are now at work put
C. Co. is headquarters.
Wanted —An apprentice in the
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
up a new law office for C. H.
Are you going to tbe Kailroad if so do
Wilson A Ashton blacksmith shop
Leonard on the lot adjoining the
not forget the O. C. Co.
J. C. Bartlett came over from» J. P. Dickenson was among our Burns Furniture Co.
Drewsey yesterday to look after
Furniture cheaper than ever be
visitors from Lawen this week.
| some business affairs.
in this town. We bought
Special reductions on all Sum
right and will sell right. The very
G90 Sizemore made a Hying trip
nicest in Lace and Muslin Cur
to Canyon City this week on busi mer goods at Brown’s.
Alfalfa at Geer & Cummins.
Sylvester Smith was a business tains. Ladies, call and them—
ness before Judge Davis.
£ Special redactions on all Summer
pods at Brown's.
■ Mrs. Robt Irying was a visitor
from Harney Sunday.
Jordan and A. Venator
ar e again in the city.
| See the new ad of Geo. Young
meat wagon in this issue.
w Tim Donovan was down from his
ranch up tbe river yesterday.
| Dr. W. C. Brown, Dentist. Office
upstairs in Voegtly building.
Do you want to buy your goods right, | visitor from his Happy valley Burns Furniture Co.
if so get the prices of the O. C. Co. who home this week.
C. M. Clay has returned from a
are the largest buyers, and the closest
Don't delay getting a good supply I trip to Ontario where he shipped
sellers, best quality.
of alfalfa seed, Geer and Cummins over 600 head of horses east, It is
Clarence Drinkwater and Oscar have it for sale.
i learned that he will make another
Swain came up from Lawen Tues
shipment at an early date.—Blue
Found—A pearl handled parasol
day and took iu the leap year dance
on the streets. Owner call at this
J. H Neal was over from his
Joe Rector is in from hie Crow
home in Happy valley the first of
Mrs. S D Hill is again occupying
Camp home. He informs The
the week. He was accompanied
her residence in this city having |
Times-Herald that his fruit crop
upon bis return by Misses Myra
returned from the Drewsey section.
was exceptionally heavy.
and Byrdie King who will visit
V/» A A*. Kyrii
* ** will
Just received a nice lot of ap- Tailor Made suits. Call at the millinery with his daughters for a week or
plique Trimmings and Madalions store and see samples.
If you buy a Singer
You Buy the Best
Trading Stamps Given.
Agents!for'McCall BazarTatterns 10 and 15 Cents.
Singer Sewing Machines Sold on Easy Terms.
Laces and Ribbons.—Lunaburg & 1
C. W. Parrish, and H. E. Thomp
son have been exploring various
The Messrs Oiley, Senior and historical and interesting points in
Junior, were up from Lawen the this vicinity during the past week,
first of the week accompanied by
Dr. Marden is over at Warm
Springs where he was called to see
Studebaker Wagons, ,1 lacks.
Carriages, Buggies and Buckboards
are arriving now and selling as fast
j as we can get them in. We have
two car loads of these goods here
and in trains. The best stock of
Wagons and Vehicles ever brought
E. E. Owsley returned from the a child that is suffering from ap
to Burns. Call and look At goods
railroad this week with freight and pendicitis. We did not learn the
even if you do not desire to buy at
has since moved his family to Sil- name.
the present time. Geer A Cummins.
vies valley for the summer.
Dr. Geary made a professional
THE MONUMENTAL BRONZE
I Water still interferes with put
For Sale—My ranch with all trip to Harney yesterday and this
of Bridgeport, Conn.,
ting up hay in the Lawen and Nar
stock, hay and machinery. Terms ! morning reports a 10 pound bov at
M. L. Lewis, their
itlie George Tregaskiss home over
given upon application.
i We will sell you anything in the
M rs . S H askell , ! there.
old reliable Company makes all
line of farming machinery at prices
I ok R ent or S ale —A saloon kinds of Monuments, Grave Covers.
and terms that defy competition.
We learn from the Baker City and fixtures for rent or sale at a Corner posts Vases and Urns, out
Please call and get prices and terms
Democrat that Judge Clifford con reasonable price and terms. For of pure refined Zink, which is one
eer A Cummins.
templates moving to that place further particulars apply to
of the elementary or virgin metals,
Sheriff Allen has returned from where he will practice law.
L. N. Olson, Drewsey, Ore.
the same as gold and silver, and is
A trip to the Stein Mountains and
indestructable and cannot be affect
The Windsor, under the manage
Crane creek where he went on offi
Tuesday for the railroad to meet ed by the climatic conditions.
of the most popular resorts in the Mrs. Irwin and the children who These monuments are cheaper by
I The O. C. Co. are always right as to
interioi. Finest of liquors and have been visiting in the east since half than any kind of stone,
prices and quality, don’t forget this
more beautiful in design and can
When you »rearranging to place your cigars, billiards and card tables
and expert mixologists.
Harry Cary and Oscar Swain not be broken. Mr. Lewis desires
all who are contemplating the pur
| County Clerk Molhershead, ac-^
Mrs. J. W. Buchanan and daugh came up from Lawen last night to
of anything in this line to
Keompanied bv his wife and little ter Eliza, were in our city Wednes participate in the farewell hop
him st the office of Biggs A
daughter went to Narrows this day. They report Joe in the hay given by Harper and Detrick. It Biggs, and see designs sample of
field and had to hurry home for
afternoon to visit some friends.
material and get prices.
Attorney Hicks accompanied his
I The O. C. Co. hava just received ten fear he would starve to death—Joe
g arloads of goods, consisting of Bain and won’t cook in hot weather.
family to upper Canyon creek I Up-to-date iob printing at reason-
.‘Winona wagons, barb wire, blacksmith
A meeting of £the high school Saturday, where the latter are en able prices.
al, furniture, nails, coal oil, sugar,
board is being held today to make joying an outing with the family
■neats and White Rosa flour.
Notice of Assighnee.
final arrangements for the opening of W. J. Coleman, of Burns.—Blue
I)r. Hibbard has been quite sick
of the high school this fall, employ Mt. Eagle.
for the past week and confined to
All persons owing the firm of
ing a teacher,etc. We will not be
Prof. A. C. Finn was the victir’
his bed. His physician reports
Thompson are hereby
able to get the proceedings of tbe of a runaway accident yesterday Miller
him better but he will not be able
meeting for today’s issue.
his team having run with a mowing
to attend to business for sometime.
with C. H.
Married—Thursday evening at machine. Prof was thrown off and
Leonard atty, for the Assignee, at
While unharnessing a horse last
the parlors of the Burns hotel Mr.
his office inBurns Oregon.
Tuesday Mrs Austin Goodman had
Charles 8. Stewart and Ida D.
D avid M iller .
her callar bone broken by the ani-
Cal Geer has left some specimens
Claude, Justice Jameson perform
Assigt ee of Miller it Thompson.
Rnal striking her. The lady is do
ing the ceremony. Tbe contract of his apples at this office from his
ing very well so we are informed by
ing parties are residents of Drewsey last year’s crop which show that
section and left for home yesterday. Harney vallev fruit will keep. The LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION.
apples are as sound as when picked
[ J. D. Jenkins arrived here from
Joe Sturtevant our honest miller
To the Honorable County Court
Ontario last Sunday and spent arrived home yesterday evening from the trees.
Harney County, State of Oregon.
several days in our city attending from a visit to the St Louis Fair.
Chas Comegvs and family took
the undersigned petitioners
to some business. Mr. Jenkins We have not yet had an opportuni their departure Monday for their
C formerly ran sheep in this county ty to interview Joe to find his hame at Wagontire. Mr. Comegys residents, taxpayers and legal
‘but for the past year has been a impression of the big fair or wheth has been staying in this city the voters of Diamond precinct, said
resident of Malheur county.
er he bought any gold bricks or past month under the care of phy county and state most respectfully
petition your honorable court to
sicians, his ey8 being quite bad.
[ R. C. Goodlow and wife are here not.
grant a license to Augustine Gilbert
Jenkins Bros, came over from
from their home at Haines Baker
J. H. Garrett is down from hie
to sell Spirituous, Malt and Vinuous
county, on a visit to relatives and mountain home, John is 68 years their Stein Mountain ranches this liquors in less quantities than one
friends in this county. Mr. Good- old hut can do the work of any week, bringing some machinery gallon in said precinct for a period
Klow was formerly a resident of this man half his age and enjoys good and a crew of men to put up the of three (3) months, begining on
county, hut has resided in Baker health. He has an ideal stock hay on their Sage Hen ranch.
August 20th 1904,
• for the past year. He likes his ranch and when this valley is all John was accompanied by Mrs.
taken up in 160 tracts he will still Jenkins and the little ones. Tom
Thos Sullivan, M Horton, W M
has returned home to look after tbe Wyatt, A Short, Joe Jensen, James
I Mrs D. D. Fleckstein. nee Miss haye an abundance of range.
M McKissick B Lewis, C R Davis
M arried —Last Saturday even
V Gracie McGowan, of Portland, is
Chas Adams is here on a forced son, E A Henry, John McLean Jas.
the mother of a nice little daughter. ing at the Catholic church, Mr.
Mrs Fleckstein has the distinction Platt Randall and Miss Doloras lay off. He bad the misfortune to Devor, J Trobb, DC Mcore, Dalia
of being the first baby horn in Racine, Rev. Father Daugherty be run over by a wagon a few days Turner, John Hoss, W V Maupin,
The ago necessitating hie taking a rest. J B Ivy, G A Smyth, A Davis, J E
Burns and it therefore makes our performing the ceremony.
in He left men on his Owyhee ranch Smith.
city feel at least that it is past tbe
Notice is hereby given that on
of to attend to his big hay crop.
Spring chicken” age.
friends who join us in wishing them Chas says Burns has grown out of the 20th day August 1904, the un
Chas. Newell informs us he will
happiness. Mr. and Mrs Randall all recognition and he has difficulty dersigned will apply to the County
take his departure immediately
Court of the State of Oregon for
have taken up their residence in in finding his old friends.
. for the Deschutes where he and in this city
Harney County for tbe license
Miss Clayte Burrow
his family will camp for some time
The members of the Georgia home Wednesday evening after an mentioned in the foregoing petition.
[ for the benefit of Mrs Newel’s
A ugustine G ilbert .
Harper Dramatic Co. have taken absence of almost a year. The
|Khealth. Mr. Newell says he has
their departure for Canyon City young lady taught in the Baker
■ never seen that section of country
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
where they will play the coming public schools last winter and has
■ and if he finds it to his liking
may invest some there.
| week' Du,inK their
here the> spent the time since vacation be
tr.ade many new friends and will gun visiting her old home in Texas
To all whom it may concern:
The leap year party last Tnes-jbg missed by our young societv
notice that by an order of the
and taking in the eight« nt the fair
dav evening was an entire success people and playgoers Ii is a pri
County Court of the State
in St Louis.
K Harper and Detrick furnished some vilege not accorded many inland
of Oregon for Harney County of
A German wh<- baa been working date the 19th day of July 1904 the
■ fine music for the dancers and the towns to b* visited by sueh a
the Stein Mountain section for Last Will and Testi merit of W. N.
I young Indies showed the boys just theatrical company «nd Burns will
I how such things should lie conduct- see no better until a railroad Tbos Turnbull was brought to this Jorgensen was admitted to Probate
I ed. There was nothing slow about reaches here. The Georgia Harper city last Monday to a physician. and Miters Testamentary issued
I it and even tbe old men, like the Co is high class in every particular HJI.ad accidentally shot h'mself in to the undersigned Executor of
| writer, were given ¡a strenuous eve- and the members are ladies and the left leg, the ball entering just said Will. All persons having
I ning. making them appreciate the gentlemen who conduct themselves below the waist band of his pants claims against the deceased will
privilege of appearing in shirt as such at all times. Sam Parrish and ranged down coming out above present the same to me at mv office
waists. One feature that was very joined them here and will tour the knee and re-entering below the in the City of Burns, Oregon, duly
amusing was tbe appearance of at with the company for an indefinite knee and again coming out lower verified as by law provided within
least a dozen beautiful young ladies time. The Tim-s-Herald will ever down, making a very painful flesh 6 mouths from the expiration of
all in a body at tbe door without have a good word for the Georgia wound. We could not learn his the publication of this Notice viz 4
escort«—just like a number of slow Harper Co. and does not hesitate name, hut hie physician Dr. Bur weeks from the date hereof
Dated July 23rd 1904.
boys that never take a young ladv to recommend them They pay row, reports him improving and
W. L Marsden,
any where. That should be bint their bills and give good perfor expects the patient to be able to be
out next week.
I The Cottage Hotel has been sold
as was mentioned in our last issue.
B. Tbe O. C. Co. k now no competition,
the old reliable.
I F. G. Blume and sor. Paul were
business visitors a few days this
■ Osborne and Acme mowers at the O.
C. Co. get their prices.
“THE SATISFACTORY STORE
Take advantage of our
Special offer on Singer
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The weather is ideal for
Our stock of iron beds is
complete and at very resonable
prices. Call mid see our folding
beds, steel couches, etc. — Burns
Mrs. L. Racine. Propt.
Claas lxi Every 2"«kXtievLl*.r.
A WONDERFUL INVENTION
It is interesting to note that for
tunes are frequently made by the
invention of articles of minor im
portance. Many of the more pop
ular devices are those designed to
benefit people and meet popular
conditions, and one of the most in
teresting of these thathas ever been
invented is thd I)r. White Electric
Comb, patented Jan. 1, ’99 These
wonderful Combs positively cure
dandruff, hair foiling out, sick and
nervous headaches, and when used
with Dr. White’s Electric Hair
y in 25^
Brush are positively guaranteed
to make straight hair curly
days time. Thousands o( f these r
electric combs have been sold in J
the varions cities of the Union, and
the demand is constantly increas
ing. Our agents are rapidly be
coming rich selling these combs
They positively Bell on sight. Send
for sample. Men's size 35c, ladies’
50c — (half price while we are in-
trocucing them.) The Dr. White
The Dr. White Electric Comb Co.,
I vcsxt .
Rates on Application.
Guests Treated with Utmost Courtesy.
Well Furnished, Comfortable Rooms.
A brand new stock of prescription drugs,
strictly fresh and of the best quality and
more on the way.
A splendid lot of the
FINEST f’flND'IS AND GUMS.
A full stock oFeverylh'ng in the drug line.
THE CITY DRUG STORE.
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
UNITED STATES LAND ol I'll E.
Burns, Oregon, July 2ft, 1904.1
Notice is hereby given Hint D oh - m N, Neal,
<>f smith, ihiriM-t county, Oregon, has filed no
Hue of intention to make proof on her desert
land claim No. 808, for tb< I
w •, >i.' (.
Fee. 13, W1^ NEL and NEL NW‘4 Sec. 21, T. 29
8., R. 86 E., W. M. Indore the Regiwter and Re
eeiver at Burns, Oregon, on Tuta int , the 30th
day of August, 1904.
Khe names the following witness toprove
the complete Irrigation mid rerlamaUon of said
land Charles M. Aldrich, of smith, Oregon,
Daniel Moore, of ('ord, Or« gon, < harles Duvis,
of Smith, Oregon, Joshua Huckmaster, of Nar
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LEWIS Ä GARRETT, I’ropts.
Special attention given
< freight te< 'a ms.
■ < io u
Horses kept by the day,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
J FIRST-CLASS LIVERYj TURNOUTS.
UNITED S I \TE8 LAND Ol EK EJ
Bums, Oregon, July 2.». 1904,1
Notice Is hereby given that John H Neal, of
Smith, Harney county, Oregon, has filed notice
ot intention to rnak«* proof on his desert I hii «I
claim No. 302 for the E’;HE'4, M cj .3, S'a NW,
and HW'i Ker. 24, T 9 > , K
E., A M before
the Register and Receiver nt Burns, Oregon, on
Tuesday, the 80th dav of Augunl, 1 ••»!.
He names the following wltneaMes to prove
the complete irrigation and r> < Initiation of said
latr4: Charges M, -tldriehjind < httHda Davis,of
Smith, Oregon, Daniel Moor«- of < ord. Oregon,
Joshua Burkmaster, of Narrows, Oregon.
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.A. 11 White XX»lp.
xiVAKTEKa roR commircxaz -
¡Tan and grain always
Your patronage solicited.
South Main St, Burns, Oregon.
Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
UNITED STAT EM LAND OFFICE,
IlirnR, Ore., June 21. 19 4 |
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed noth-«* of his intention
to make proof in support of his claim rim ] that
said proof will I m » made before the Register and
Receiver at Burns, Oregon, on August
vis Hd E. N o. 1986. of Emma Ash, now Spring
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
Ser, 2ft, T. 2M M., R 37 E , W M
He names the following witncMeato prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz Mary I! (’. -eaweard, Arm
Rtend E Brown, Htepben Heaweard. Leela B.
Springer, all of Cord, Oregon.
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Young’s Meat Wagon
Will deliver choice steaks,
roasts, boiling meat', vea',
etc- at your door daily in any
q antity desired.
UlVIAIC fUCH’C CUDDI ICIl
JlATllIU UKKW3 3U1TL1CD
Wagon in Burns Sundny
Quarters delivered within
five miles of Burns.
Ask for Prices.
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
United Staten Land office,
Burna, Oregon, June 13, 1904)
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provhioim of the set of .
'(’ongrcHMof June 3, 1878, entitled “An ‘
1 act for the sale of timber lands in the
' Staten of California, Oregon, Nevada and ■
W ashington Territory,” aw extended to
all thePnhlic Land States hy act of Aug*
unt 4, 1892, baniel Mr I'hereon, of Mon-
tetano, county of Chehalin, State of ,
Washington, has thin «lay filed in thin ’
office bin a worn statement No. 242, for
the purchase of the SE*t SW1^, Ser. 20,
N1* N W’a, SE * j N W * j of Section No.3ft ! ’
on Township No, 22 S., Range No. 28 E , '
W. M., an«l will offer proof V» ahow that
the l»n«l sought in more valuable for itn ’
1 timber or atone than for agricultural pur-
j* «••••, and t-» »-tahlish his < laim t<» -aid
land l»ef‘>n«thM L
-t» r an«l IL -iverof
thin office nt Burna, Oregon, on Wednen*
I dav, the 24 «lay of Angiint, IKO4.
He nanien an witneanew M. V. Smith,
of Burns, < >regoti, N. A. I>ihble(of Riley,
Oregon, William J. Broedhnrwt, of Mon
tesano, Geo. F. Salishurry, of St. Joe,
Any an<l all jm rnons claiming adverse
ly the aliovr-dencrihetl lamia are request -
•al to file their claims in thia office on or
before saM 24 «lay of Angus!, 19IM.
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TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
United States Land office,
Burns, Oregon, June 13, 1904»
Notice is hereby given that in compli-
ance with the provisions of the act r f
Congrenn of Jme 3, 1878, entitled “An
act for the sale of timber lands in tl ••
State«« <»f California, Oregon, Nevadaan I
Washington Territory,”as extended t«»
¡«11 the Public Land Stat»»- by act of Au
gust 4, 1892, William J. Broadhurst, of
M< ntesano, «•onnty of Chehalis, State I
\\ ,1'iiii,^' »nt I I - this ‘lav lilrij III th N
office hi«* sworn -tatemevt No. 243, for tl o
purchase of the SW*4 N W*4, N
SE*| SW*| of S«»rtion No. 27 in Town
ship No. 22 S , Range No. 28 E., W M.,
nn«l w ill offer proof t«> show that the land
night is m«»re vsluahh* for its timber or
stone than for agiicultur.il purposes, and
to establish hie claim before the Regis
ter an«l Receiver of this office at Burns,
Oregon, on Wednef lay, the 24th day of
lie names as witnesses M. V. Smith,
of Burn»«. Oregon. N. A. iMbble. of Riley,
Oregon, I>anicl McPherson, of Montesa
no, Wgebtagton, <»eo. F. Salisburry, of
St. Joe, Idaho.
Any an«j all pervons claiming adverse
ly tbe above-«leitcribed lands are request
rd to file their claims in thia otf»««e on or
before van I 24. day of August, 1904.
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