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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1904)
SATURDAY. AUGUST W, 1904.
Oue Year ............................. ..............
8ix Mouths ......................... ......................... 1.00
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OFFICIAL DI HECTOR Y
. S. Senator«
J. H Mitchel
C. W. Fulton.
|J. N. Williamson,
Attorney General ...
A. M. Crawford.
Geo. E. Chamberlain.
Secretary oi State
F. I . Duubar.
C. 8. Moore.
Supr. Public Instruction. .J. H. Ackerman.
J. R. Whitney
i R. 8. Bean.
.> C. Wolverton
» F. A. Moore
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Distr ci Judge .
l- slncl Attorney
Deputy Dist Atty
Geo. E. Davis
J W McCulloch
..................... C H Leonard
(circuit Court meets the Third Monday in
April and Fourth Monday iu October.
............................. .J LBitz
............... J. L. Rand
H. C, Level)»
J M Dalton
F M Jordan
J. E. Iyoggan
M E Rigby
J A Vest
.... »CT Miller
/W I. Beat
. . ..
School Superintendent .
Com in iBbioners ..............
County Court meets the tlrwt Wednesday in
January, March, May, July, Heptember and
HARNEY U. K.
H. LAND OFFIC«:
Reeei v • r
....... AW Gowan
M ftI Billll,
Dr J. W. Geary.
8 W Miller
J W Bevedge
f C E McPheeters
> J C Foley
| Simon Lewis,
I G W Clevenger
Meetings of tiie Council every Second and
8< )C! ETIES.
HARNEY’ IsODGR, NO. 77, I. O O F.
Meets at odd Fellow» Hall, every Saturday
J. W. Buchanan, N. G.
F. O. Jackson, Secretary.
BI'IIN.S LODGE NO. 97, A . F. A . M..
Meets every Saturday evening in Maaonic
J. (,'. Welcome Jr, W. M.
F. 8. Reider,Secretary.
INLAND LODGE NO. 70 K. of P.
Meets every Thursday evening in the Brown
H. M. Horton, C. C.
L. M Blown, K. R. 8.
BURNS LODGE No 47 A. O. U. W.
Meets every second and fourth Friday
A. C. Welcome, M. W.
(’. N. Coch mu, Recorder.
the reports regarding the con
struction of a road into this coun
try. In the mean time these ar
ticles, published in the large dai-
les, will advertise our resources
and may be the cause of bringing
in many good settlers. This rail
road booming can do us nothing
but good, and we may some day
be able to hear the shrill whistle
of the locomotive as it wends its
way along the borders of our
great Goose Lake.—Lakeview
Devine services the third and fourth
Sunday s of each month at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. tn. Sabbath school at
10 a. m. every Sabbath morning.
Preaching services at the Baptist
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
morning and evening. Sunday
school every Sunday at 11 a. in.
prayer meeting every Thursday
THE BURNS FURNITURE CO '•»
Is at the Old Stand selling cheaper
than you can run the risk ol laying
it down here from any catalogue
house in America.
We buy as cheap as anyone and
will sell as cheap as anyone, there
W. H. Shirk returned last right The Oregon Daily Journal. fore, our prices must, and
from a week’s visit to Reno. Mr.
Nothing is omitted that concerns
A call will convince you.
Shirk inquired into the cattle situa the interest of buyers and sellers right.
READ TUE MARKET NEWS
tion while there and says from what
he can learn there is plenty of stock
in California and that while some
of it is hardly fit for market, it is
being sold as fast a? beef is needed.
He s iys that G. W. Mapes, who will
arrive here tonight, informs hi tn
that not (die bullock has been
shipped out of Nevada. He says
that sheep are moving right along
and that 40 car loads will be
shipped East in a few days.—Lake
in the live stock, grain, provisions,
produce and financial markets—
the quotations are comprehensive,
and are in every way reliable.
The Journal in addition carries
every days a full and truthful re
port of tne world’s news and pre
sents many special features of deep
interest to the average reader.
The Jouanal’s woman’s page, the
illustrated sportlang news page,
Journal stories and comic pages
and other good things nteke it a
Do you want blacksmith coal? TheO. | very popular family newspaper,
C. Co. is headquarters.
clean and blight from A to Z anti
year’s end to year’s end.
THE NEW YORK WORLD Daily, one year by mail, $4;
The tickets are now made up six months, $2.25; three months,
and the most interesting Presi ($1.25.
Semi-weekly, 104 issues, one
dential campaign the United
States has ever known since i860
$1. The issues of the
has begun. And it is the most
and Weekly Journ
the market news
Which will it be, Parker and
of the Daily
Davis or Roosevelt and Fair
banks? Nobody knows yet, but
The Times-Herald clubs with
The Thrice-a- Week World will
Journal at the following rates
tell you promptly, fully and truth
fully every movement of a hot and
newspaper now prints facts rather
than hope«, and it has always been Weekly........
the effort of The Thrice-a-Week
World to tell the thing that has
happened exactly as it happened.
Thus you can judge for yourself
and form your opinion.
There is also a great war going
ATTORNER AT LAW.
on in the East, where The World
has a brilliant staff of correspond
west of Bank.
ents in the field, and their reports
are found regularly in the columns
of The Thrice-a-Week World.
The Thrice-a-Week World’s
Otlice one door north
regular subscription price is only
of French Hotel
$1.00 per year, and this pays for
Stage bin, \
W. C. BYRD, MANAGER
Many New Lineswill be added as
soon as teams can get but.
Kitchen Furnishing mill he one of our specialties, and your kitch
en mill be ready to go into and cook a meal
Nor mill the Parlor, Bedroom and Hall be overlooked in any detail.
Chairs $1 and up,
Rockers, |2 and up,
Iron beds $5 75 and up,
Ladies Desks |8 up
Mu»ic cabinets $5 up,
Spring beds $4 up,
Extension Tables (good ones) at $7 75, up
Mattresses, excelsior, wool, and floss, 12 50, up
Bureaus $8 and
ing Iron Beds
low as $ I 1.50
LUall Paper 13 eents
sioqle ’ oil and up .
A MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT in
connection where we will make yon anything
from a wooden knitting needle to “double
deck” wood rack. Call! Never too busy to
,talk or furnish estimates.
A Great Newspaper.
Leaycs Burns daily <w
at 6:30 am. Arrive«-
ly from Ontario t at 5 p to. ■;
The only through r
transfer route from Ru^
The Harney County Live Stock Association
will pay Five Hundred Dollar« Reward To the
and conviction of auv parson or persons who
kill, «teal or drive oil' any horses, mules or
rattle belonging to any member of the AsstM'ia
tion. The County Court also offer» an addi
tional reward of Vive Hundred Dollars.
W. B. J ohnson , Pre»
A rchie M c G owan , Sec’y, Burns, Oregon.
BRANDS AND P. O. ADDRESS OF MEMBERS.
good eating stations at c3
distances along the route 1
S. S. WILLIAMS, Gen. J
L. Woldenberg Jr., Agent,
$sou Additional Reward.
In addition to the
above I offer I' kj O
under the same eon
ditioiiH for horses
jaw recorded in 8
Harney, Lake anti
¿old. Horses sold
pass through this
ci ion will he re
ported in this paper,
•porfed. please write or u ¡. phone
The Times-Herald, Main 324. Burns, <’ c.
W. W BROWN, File Oregon.
Feter Clemens, Burns, horses, l’C on leftsti
fle; cattle same on either hip; eat marks crop
and spilt in 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 underluts in each ear; also some
branded bar T on right ribs; earmark, under
half crop in left ear.
J II Bunyard, Burns, cattle. 7 on left hip; ear
marks, crop off left ear, swallow fork in right.
J P Withers, Harney, horses, combined TJ1’
on left shoulder; cattle, half ciicle < ross on
either hip: earmarks, upperbit in right t ar, 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 cir< le N on right side
O L Shingledecker. Burns, horses, 5 on lef
shoulder; cattle, 5 on right side ami hip; ear
marks, crop off’ right ear, crop ami under half
crop olF left.
Fred Deustedt, Burns, horses, ED on the left
shoulder; cattle Fl> on left «ide; 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, under half crop on right, wultle un
der chin; also cattle branded SS, crop and un
derbit in left ear, under halt crop in right; also
cattie JT on left ribs, crop and split in left ear.
uuder half crop in right.
II 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 on right
leg; cattle V bar, earmark, under half crop and
short over slope in each ear jughandle and
P G Smith, Burns, horses, quarter circle S on
right hind leg and left shoulder; eattle, quarter
circles on either hip; earmarx, crop oil- right
ear, split in uuder side of left; two dewlaps.
A E Young. Burns, horses, Y on left leg ami
J-i 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
side of neck; all animals dehorned.
C 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, ® (chainlink)
on left shoulder; cattle, same on left side; mark
crop off led ear. short overaloi e in rlghk
John Craddock. Silviea, horses, 8 s on the left
shoulder; cattle, 8-8 on right «ide; mark, crop
off right ear, swallow fork 1 ti left, cewlap on
W E Smith, Hurns, eattle, XI on right side
mark, spilt iu right ear, wattle on nose.
G Hudspeth, Burns, cattle. s< issors on right
side; mark, crop and split In each ear.
Simon Lewis, Burns, cattle SI, on right side,
mark, cron and underbit in left ear, crop and
under halt crop off right.
John Witsell. Burns, horses. W bar on right
stifle; eattle, diamond bar on left hip; mark:
split In each ear, wattle unner chin,
loft 2,c-'le“»my, Burns, horses, reverse L on
left stifle; eattle, 69 on left hip: murk, metal tae
In each ear W ith full name uud addres
■ } sriel,'
,1,ireea, I.F on right stifle; cattle
d«b"t iigrighieiirn,ark' cr°P'“fl’crbit and un-
"VIIE most important igH
-1 tn ent of the age in then
penmanship makes thepsoB
a splendid penman in a feiH
bv the use of this ring.
by prominent College
and Boards of Education
and .America. Sample M
se.T d sizes sent post paidfofl
single sample 25c. WhenJ
a single ring, state whether®
woman, or child.
PENN MEG. SUPPLY)
No. 118 S. Fourth Street. PHILAH
Is Absnliiteiy PURE. J
will OUTWEAR all og
7/ your local dealer ¿ omm I
ry it write Io ua and we in/Zigl
W P Fuller A Co. PortlJ
•.............. ••••••...... J
“ the mm
st sensation evieth
=~ 'LIUTFUT :
CO1‘ psable Foe!
The Binnllent Htereoscopi with then
Hlghlj finished in dllm
ors with rich gold mid tllver tan
(im.-.l 1111 tiuo . Ineludttig 20 V. F. Pb«a
Views <>( art (genre). I'RI E OSITI
Sent everywhere prepaid in letter font
The Sunday edition of the
Louis Republic is a marvel
modern newspaper enterprise.
The orginization of its news ser
BURNS <'ll APTER NO. 40,0.8. 8.
vices is world-wide, complete in
Merla evi l \ Rvcond and fourth Mondays, in
every department; in tact, superi
Eunice E. Thompson, W. M.
Del doth 'ìowan, Secretary.
or to that of any other newspaper.
AMD UNION PACIFIC
B urns ,
O regon .
The magazine section is illus
SYLVIA REBEKAH DEGREE No.«.
Mectnevery let and 3d Wednesday.
equalled newspaper and The
trated in daintily tinted colors and Depart for TIME SCtlEDILES
KODOL digests what you eat
Flora Hagey, N. Ü.
AKKIVK nib 'ylllla,»e. Van, horses, 7t baron stifle;
c G. Smith, Rec. Sec’y.
bar IL on left ribs; mark, underbit in left
Times-Herald together one year J.W BIGGS,
From Huntington Ore
from - cattle,
splendid half-tone pictures. This
ear, under elope in right.
on ¡eft KODOL cleanses, purifies, itrap.
Biggs & Biggs
tattle. U) on left side; mark, underbit in ——— and sweetens the atomic
HARNEY VAI I EV CAMP No 3S1, W. ofJW.
The regular subscription price
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
literary matter than any of the Portl nd Worth, Omaha, Kan
Meets every first and second Tuesday.
doW n against side of head.
cures indigestion, dytpept,
<'. W. McClain, Com.
of the two papers is $3.
B I HNS,
ca<ttii.JSJUon“i..y,a'1''ll"’r’eS'uJ 0,1 lefl «'‘ouMer;
OREGON. monthly magazines. The fashions Special sas City, St. Louis
stomach and bovtltm
. W. A. Gow all, < lerk.
cattle, SJ on feit hip; mark, crop and under
12:35 Chicago and East.
1:45 a.m half
crop in right ear, uaderbit in left,
Practice in all the courts of Ore. illustrated in natural colors are
accelerates the action of it
C J Jonnson, Kiley, cattle, O tar on left nin KODOL trie glands and gives to» >|
TUI I- CIRl I.K No. I,;.’,, w ,,f yy
Studebaker Wagons, qiacks. Collections promptly made.
marks, Bwallow fork in right ear, split iu left1 '
especially valuable to the ladies.
Meet« every fourth Tuesday.
JK combined on left hip;
Carriages, Buggies and Buckboarda
Martha Dalton, G. M.
The colored comic section is a ■ Atlantic Salt Lake.Dtnver.Ft,
h,afkc’rop?u lef?.',",ear' ,W° •P'1'8 and
lone \\ biting, Clerk.
KODOL relieves an overworkediM|
Express Worth, Omaha. Kan 3:35
are arriving now and selling as fast
genuine laugh-maker. '1 he funny 1 2:10 sas City, St. Louis p m.
' “mpbell, Narrows,horses,NCeombim d -------------- of all nervous strain
U. W. P arrish
as we can get them in. We have G. A. R em bold
Hl)';tildm: (attle, ba.- Nt ,„„ildne,'
the heart a full, free and untns«
cartoons are by the best artists.
Chicago and Fast.
left shoulder; murk, upper half crop in I, ■, Ill action, nourishes the nervous ijitni
PARRISH & REMBOLD,
two car loads of these gooda here
BUILDING ON PAPER.
John Buoy, Burna, horses, 2B.m lefts'
The humorous stories are high
and in trains. The best stock of i
St. Paul Wall;1 Walla, Lewis
KODOL ,s »h® wonderful remedy«
Burns (anti Canyon City.) Oregon.
Est Mail ton. Spokane, Minne- 12:35
----------- — making so many elckpeiff
1 he railroad magnates are Wagons and Vehicles ever brought , A ill practice in the courts of Harney and utation.
1 45 apolis, St. Paul, Du a. in.
and weak people strong by gtvto(<»
to Burna. Call and look at goods «tate. anti also in U. 8. land office.
Sheet music, a high-class, pop-'
luth Milwaukee, Chi
again busy building paper rail-
bodies all of the nourishment the! kr
even if you do not desire to buy at
ular song, is furnished free every
cago r. nd East.
talned In the food they eat.
roads into Intel ior Oregon.
the present time. Geer A Cummins
Bottles only. St.00 Sire holdln« 2M Utt»’
(Jhats. 11. Leonard,
sire, which sells for Ma
The price of the Sunday Re
Column .titer column appears in
A ttorney - at - i . aw ,
OCEAN and RI VER SCHEDULE
A Swee, Breath
ky L C. OsVm < «,•
Careful attention given to Collec
the daily papers setting forth the
great resources of Lake and other is a never failing sign of a healthy
All sailing dates sub
interior counties, and telling of
jcct to change.
For San Francisco 4 p. Hl.
how soon the railroads will tap j the stomach is out of order. There
START A Bl'SINE S OF YOUR
B urns ,
O regon .
is no renteey in the world equal to
every 5 dayg.
this rich country. These articles
Otlice first door west of Hank.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing
may not contain much truth in re
8 p. in
Í p. m.
indigestion, dyspepsia and all
Our new book entitled '* 40 M oney Ex Sun.
gard to the building of the rail stomach disorders. Mrs. Mary 8
GEO. 8. SIZEMORE,
To Astoria ana Way- Except
M aking I deas ” is worth its weight in Saturd’y
roads, but they advertise the re I Crick, of White Plains, Ky., writes:
to every man who wants to start a 10 p. IL.
source« of our county and may "I have been a dyspeptic for years:
shüulderark' Xarr°W8' hor'«- '>« ' ™ the left
and Real legitimate, paying mail
awaken tin1 capitalist« of Portland tried all kind of remedies blit con Enlate
matter prom, tlv attended to.
left s";,umi"y' Burn8' hur"“ kntmlcJ <:V o.
It tell« you what to do and how to do ' 6 a. m. Oregon City New
4:30 p tn
and San Francisco to the oppor-1 tinued to grow worse. Bv the use
Send us 50c today : Except berg, Salem and Way ,,,.
Anyone »ending a ftetoh aa4
>" *"< " «r, bei! [ fiulokly Mcert-aln our opinion
tunities that await them in this of Kodol 1 Began to improve at
and we will send you the book, and a Sunday
Sunday. Wkttle; hirseVVl’M
8. \V. MILLER,
nvenUon in probably p»MctaWA
once, and after taking a few bottles
great Inland Empire.
valuable not' v I° h ■ al >11 ■ ven free
•ent free. Oldeet weney for
Mill.w.ttr A T.whlll 3:30 p m loop below Y/i.me r.1.,.. ;
Y ' <J «’«king I Patents taken Qrouffb
C ent ' ha P i blisi ’.'- u . .»uX 73,
I he ai tides may stir up a rival am fully restored to health and
not«««. wtt>K>ul aharnbBW»
Teu«day Oregon City, Dayton Monday h«r F on leftTh,mideV ,w"X"" le,L|,w • '
Burns, - - - Oregon
bits in left «ml ( iie Ini rlghr it. k 'Wu P"rter-
1' ek in L a
•: > nn
ry between the Portland and Cal strength ami can eat whatever I
iu each ear
rl«ht, also two underblts ,
and tt ay-Landings Wed. &
Friday. angles on righ^hlp'’mark
ifornia capitalists and may in the like" Kodol digests what you
W. J. COLEMAN,
eat ai;d makes the stomach sweet.
horse, ,.„le t,,,,,,^ r
¿fop off em 1, ear;
long i un help to bring about the
Sold by Burns Drug Stores.
Stenographer and Notary Public Forest Reserve • Scrip Tuesday Portland Corvallis 4:30 p m hip; earmarkBUsqniii“,||j_b1'?"?
construction of a railroad.
Tuesday uuderbit In left liso ,
j bo!h Cl,r« with
B urns , - O regon .
Thurs A and Way Landings Thurs A sahÄr h"l,;'r"P ln Ä'Ä^oinn riiü;
While it would be unsafe to
office InClllsens Bank Building
place much credence in the rail
ft r.hoid,errr'e •”° F
Forest reserve scrip,"in^ tracts of 40
JOHN W GIARY
road rumors, still there may be
Rev A. J. Irwin will preach al W. L. NAB9D1N.
•'Irte. 'it k
^•■^amh bell on laft
acres and upward, ready for immediate Riparia.
“Yon are not singing that M*3
something in it, as it is known Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
use and guaranteed.
MARSDEN & GEARY.
to Be an ABgW»*’
1:20 am Riparia to Lewiston. 8:30 a tn
that several companies are figur month at Ila. in. and 7.30 p. tn.
Will buy soldiers’ land warrants giv< n
Physicians and Surgeons.
horse brand 7 I. on left stifle/” 8,1 0,1 br'’ket rest of us,” said the teacher.
for service's in sll Indian wars ann Mex-
The little one shook her head-
ing on tapping the rich timber Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
BdE’Ski?t,le ’’ on left hlP
» *-e OB r,.t
' tcan and War el 1812
“What's the use of telling •
belt I < enlral Oregon.
about it?" she demanded. ‘Tn B ,
It is almost a conclusive fact
enough trouble learning to pi*.1 \
First Church Christ Scientist,
H. B. Compson’ „ „
A L CRAIG.
■no without bothering wit* •
that nothing but the timber will services Sunday 3 p m. at the par H 8. Brownton
L 1. Hibbard <!• MMRQURH BbDG
oorses. same left shoulder.
ever bring a railroad into this lor« of the Cottage Hotel Prayer
both’hiV horsesTeft stifl?’' Mc ronneeted on .
row n ton.
country, and the lumber syndi meeting Wednesday evening al 7:3l)
«■«"¡pnÄxMn»;.ra,,li 1 rl«h‘ •'* I
? MARLS PROPER WET*
cates have not yet got sufficient
Jayson—They say Dt.
Sunday school at Harney the Office SrM door rat of Th» Cltlsrus Bank
head »*rhri.aBluJdei'on’left hli"’’'’!' ,pear I
either kills or cure*
tinibei in their possession to war first Sunday of each month at 10
W asted -T rustworthy men and half erop In each
b P’ ntsrk tipper
Dayvc u—My butcher
’*rne brand on “ft
o'clock a lit. On the second, third
rant the building of a road.
»«Obnshed .house of ,o|jd
J ay sou—Bow's that?
In course of a few more years, and fourth Sunday of each month
'■> rW hors^ EX l?ft IhoüXr"'U"e" ’
W. C. BROWN
Salary |7H0 . y,ar ind „
Bayrou—He does both.—
when all of the valuable timber
pens«« all payable in cash. No e«.iT»s-
SJ» o HÄW1S Glowworms are much racre (
•»' requtrcd Give ref.re.ces .B i en-
has drilled into the hands of some vice »very second Sunday at 8 p tn.
fJdare”ed »’‘«ped env.'ope
when n storm is ccming <■
large syndicate, then it will be
At the Presbyterian church
r‘rvie □Cher «eason*. Like many
time to give credence to some of Burns. Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
Office ii|xUir» in Voegtly Hail,ling
Ceriee of nature, thie '’nr***,
ORDER <>l WASAtNGTON.
Meet« every llrat and third Friday, In Brown
II h II
I’. Rut tier ford, Preside»
Pearl Vulgamore, Secretary.
: P atents
a » st g»sa®s
«anew has never been ixple*’*