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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER », 1904.
Oue Year ........................... .................
Three Mouth» ..
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will likely be printed early next
Since the above was put in type
we have received the program for
the races at Drewsey. It follows:
First -lay, Sept 19—| mile dash
for saddle horses that never won
public money, purse $50.
Second day, Sept 20—J mile
dash, free for all, purse, $100.
Third day, Sept 21—Bill yard
dash, free for all, purse $100.
All races will be goverened ac
cording to Blood Horse Rules.
Entrance 10 per cent of purse, five
A hall will be given on the even
ings of the 19th mid 20th.
The committee in charge of the
races, Carl Riley, Jack Drewett
and Geo Carey.
WW ■- ■ HAVE
8 ft w ■- THE GOODS,
In answer to inquiries from a
The Windsor, under the manage-1
WE MAKE THE PRICES
number of county clerks, Attorney- ment of C. B Smith A Co., is one
General Crawford last Saturday of the most popular resorts in the
WE GET THE TRADfc
rendered an opinion in which he interim. Finest of liquors and
ONE REGISTRATION IS ENOUGH.
Men and boy’s wool hate cheat)—1 lAf F
! Miller A Thompson.
advises the clerks that when regis cigars, billiards and card tables
tration hooka are open lietween Sep and expert mixologists.
tember 20 and October 20, only
those persona should be registered
who did not register last spring.
The registration law prior to June I In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
1904, provided for only one regis gon, for the county of Hrrney.
tration, in the spring. The direct-- Leah 8. Whitmer,
primary law, adopted by the peo
ple at the June election, amended Benjamin Barnard Whitmer,
the registration law so as to provide To Benjamin Barnard
that the books shall be open for a above named defendant:
month beginning September 20. In tlie name of the State of Oregon:
Some of the county clerks thought You are hereby required toappearand
answer the complaint filed against you
from the reading of the law that all in the above entitled court and cause on
voters must register in the fall, or before tlie first day of the next regu
even though they had already regis lar term of the above entitled court, to-
wit: on or before the third day of Octo
tered in the spring.
The attorney general holds that ber, A. I)., 1904 ; and if you fall to appear
and answer or otherwise plead to plain
the registration in the spring was tiff’s complaint herein, for want thereof
legal and continues in effect, even tlie plaintiff will apply to the court for
though the law was amended, The the relief prayed for in her complaint,
second opening of the books is to-wit: for a decree of the court absolute
merely for the purpose of register ly and forever dissolving the bonds of
ing those voters who did not regis matrimony heretofore and at this time
existing between you and the plaintiff,
ter in the spring.
and that plasntiff lx- allowed to assume
A LIST Ol
hile it is a fact that Harney
county has been almost entirely
ignored in her efforts to get re-
cognition and publicity in matters
of vital importance to us, still we
cannot expect to gain anything by
giving the outside world the
“marble heart.” We must “toot
our own horn’, and keep everlast
ingly at it.
JOSEPH ROBERTSON IS DEAD
The Times-Herald is disap
pointed in not being able to at
“Uncle” Joseph Robertson died
least make an effort to send some at his home near Drewsey on Fri
one to represent this section to day, Aug. 26 and his remains were
the meeting of the Development taken to Canyon City for burial
League at Baker City yesterday, The Blue Mountain Eagle says:
hut sufficient notice was not given
Another of the early pioneers of
and what is more aggrevating is Grant county has been laid to rest
the fact that Major Aitkin knows in the Canyon City cemetery in
conditions here and that we could the person of Josept Robertson,
tier maiden name and for such other and
further relief as to the court in equity
Cut His Leg on Barb Wire Fence
not reach Baker City after re who died at his home near Drew-
may seem meet.
ceiving notice. We’re simply “up sey, Friday, Aug 26 1904, being at
You will further take notice that ser
against it” and have not been giv
vice of summons herein is made upon
en a f.iir deal heretofore. How days of reaching his 74th birthday. Baker City Democrat, met with a you bv publication in The Times Herald
Although a native of Scotland, he serious accident in Silvies valley by order of the Honorable H. C. Levons,
ever, it will not help our cause to
came to the United States during last Wednesday afternoon. The County Judge of Harney County, State
sit down and weep—we must early childhood, and in 1863 set
horse hs was riding shied at some of Oregon dated at Bu-ns in said county
E 4 1
make the outside world recognize tled in the John Day valley near rocks lying beside the road and and state this 5th day of August, A. D.,
us; we must make them know Mt Vernon, where he engaged in bolted into a barb wire fence and 1904, and that said publication be for a
that this is one of the most the stock business Later he re in the tangle Mr Ellsworth’s leg was period of six successive weeks beginning
with the first publication hereof which
promosing sections in Oregon; moved to his present home near cut quite severely below the knee. is dated tlie 6th day of August, 1904.
that it has advantages over other Drewsey, where lie owned a fine As soon as ho could extricate him
W illiam M illeh ,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
sections, in fact it is far the best ranch on Otis Creek and a large self the wounded man dismounted
field for development work in the band of cattle, numbering into the and took his hankerchief and tied
it above the the cut as it was bleed
whole state on account of its thousand head.
He was married in 1853 to Miss ing very freely. This did not stop
manitude and rich soil.
W e should insist on men of af Drucilla E McAtee, and to them the How and he found it necessary
fairs taking an interest in our fu were born seven children as fol to cut a strip from his pants and
lows, all of whom with a wife sur make a second binding.
ture, visit us and see what we
vives: John A. and Win. A Rob The accident happened several
have to offer and give us the pro ertson, Mrs John I). Daly, Miss
miles above Frank Metscban’s
minence we merit.
Lena and Gussie Robertson, of place and Mr. Ellsworth again
Our opportunities are so great Drewsey, Mrs Eva McClain and
mounted the horse and rode down
that when told of our resources Mrs Eunice L. Thompson, of Burns. to the ranch where Mr. Metschan
JOHN GEM BEHLING,
they do not take us seriously and
Tlie funeral occured at this place and John Budelmad fixed him up
therefore do not give us the cred Sunday afternoon under the au more comfortably, hut the wound Jeweler.
it due us.
still bled. Duke Young finally
a Spe. Your Potronage Sol¡cited.
The Times-Herald hopes this
hitched up a team and brought him
to Burns, arriving about four o’clock
matter will be taken up by the
Thursday morning. Drs. Marsder.
Board of Trade. We certainly
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
A Geary found it necessary to take
can gain nothing by standing aloft
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
stitches in the wound to
and taking no part in this move
Just received — Binder twine at close it.
ment to advertise Oregon. In V oegtly’s.
Mr. Ellsworth was seen by The
order for Harney county to re
FRANK A. COLE, Propt.
Mrs. Olive Sagers has been quite Times-Herald man at the French
ceive any benefits she must move
sick for the past week.
First Class, Wall Appointed House.
along and get in the band wagon.
Where one can find a fine assortment of
getting along very well and with
Miss Alice Hamilton was the every indication of a speedy recov- !
It’s all very well for us to kick
Centrally located, well furnished tables, comforta-
guests of friends in this city a few ery.
but keep hustling at the same
rooms. Rates, Meals 25 cents, Rooms <;o
days this week
time. If we will go at this ear
Notice of Dl»»olutlon ol Co-Partoersbip.
cent, Single Beds
Several teams arrived from the
nestly and work together we can
Just mak« Th* Cottage your headquarters
Notice is hereby given that the
accomplish much good. Some railroad this week with freight for
co partnership heretofore existing
say the time is not ripe for such a
Main St., Burns, Oregon
move and say wait. We have
Frank Metschan, the Canyon- between Mrs.C. M. Dibble and N.
waited too long now. It is time. Burna stage man, was down from A Dibble, under the name of Dell
his home in Silvies a few days this Dibble is this day dissolved.
Dated Sept. 3, 1904.
Congressman Williamson’s plan
signed M rs . C. M D ibble
The Board of Equalization bas
to remedy the present range trou
We Have the Imputation of Carrying the
N. A. D ibble
bles by individual ownership of been in session since last Monday,
By M bs C M D ibble .
public lands and his graduated Judge Levons, Clerk Mothershead
A brand new stock of prescription drugs,
classification plan will not meet and Assessor Loggan being in at
We understand there
fresh and of the best quality and
with approval by the smaller stock
has been no complaints of the
Notice is hereby given that the
raisers of Eastern Oregon. It
co-partnership heretofore existing
will not work. Not one in twen
A splendid lot of the
between II. C. Levons and F. L
Machines have begun threshing
ty of our small stock men would
Mace, under the firm name of Lev- 1
he able to secure sufficient land the big grain crops, Peter Clemens ens A Mace, in the butcher busi
tinder such a measure and it is threshing nt his place this week ness, has been dissolved by mutual
A full stock ofjeverything in tlie drug line.
could not be made beneficial to and later the machine will he mov consent, F. L. Mace retiring from 1
the class of people desired to help. ed to Judge Levons' and others in the business. All accounts due the
this vicinity. Next week we may
“Getting something for no
firm are payable to H. C. Levens (
be able to give the yield per acre of
Those knowing themselves indebted |
thing” seems to be a favorite ex
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
some of our tine farming land.
to the firm are requested to call at
pression with some individuals,
W. E. Burke was in from his an early date and settle their ac-,
but upon investigation it will he
found these sune people have Carey selection a few days this counts with A. C. Welcome at the !
always enjoyed this privilege and week making arrangements with J. First National Bank, who is author- |
11 Neal to get his well boring ma lied to collect and receipt for same
it is only since others are receiv
chine with which to experiment in
H. C. L evens .
ing the same Iwnefits that they
securing water supply for his pump
F I,. M ace
I Will d liver choice steaks,
have discovered it is wrong. ing plant. He secured the ma
These men have made fortunes chine and hopes it will be a suc LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION. roasts, boiling meats, veal, “Walk-Over” Shoes
etc. at your door daily in any sold t very »here at
by using a free range and are now cess.
To the Honorable County Court of Har quantity desired.
in a position to control a vast
the sane price.
Joe Sturtevant, the miller, in ney county, Oregon :
Jeweler and Optician.
amount to the detriment of their
forms us the wheat crops this sea We, the undersigned legal voters of
poorer neighbor hence the desir
son are the best lie has ever seen in Wild Horse precinct, county of Ilarney,
ed change. It is dangerous, as thia valley and the people may ex state of Oregon, moat respectfully peti
ALL THE LATEST
the Bend Bulletin says in an edi pect some fine Hour this fall He | tion your honorable court to grant a li- Wagon in Bu ns Sundny
enae to John Smyth to sell spiritous.
torial w hicn appears on the last expects to run the mill to its full malt and vinous liquors in quantities
page of this issue.
capacity for some time when
the j ,ew’ban one gallon in said precinct for
Quartets delivered within BOOT and SHOE
n*w crop comes in and possibly
iM>..ihlv “ Pe,’°d •'« months beginning on the
5th day of September, A I'., 1904.
five miles of Burns.
will enlarge the plant next season.
RACE MEET AT DREWSEV.
iDaehinery, Œlagons, Car-
triages, Plocus, Cultivators,
GEER & CUMMINS
THE COTTAGE HOTEL
LUNGBERG & DflLW'5
Seasonable goods always on
hand for inspection
NEW TRIMMINGS. LACES and RIBBONS
FINEST CflNblES AND GUMS.
THF CITY DRUG STORE.
Young's Meat Wagon SHOE STORE
G-erri bexiixxg .
The Misse. Avis and Ethel Sheri-Kc',on
F M Pedro
A I Johnson, the Drewsey mer dan, who
Oppoeit Firat Nations
have been visiting Judge Jo()n
I'»ve Boehm an
chant, w as a visitor this week, tbs •nd Mrs Leyens the past summer Geo A Smyth Jr
The Loae Star
guest of his sister, Mrs. G. W. took their departure last Wed nee- Frank Kueny
Clevenger Mr Johnson informs ‘day for their home in Boise, Idaho. •’Andrieu
China uporne, Proprietor.
The Times-Herahi that Drewsey ' They went to the railroad by private J A Vest
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Chas Ki. don
Cor. Main and B street«.
will hold a race meet thia month | conveyance, accompanied by John R A Smith
| F I. Redon
N W Briggs
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
They propose to bang purses for Rudelman who goes to bring back Dr D B Cate
Burn«. Oregon. Awniat l<i. i.t, i
Menus at nuulHOURs No’lce i» her-br
three <>r more good races on dates Mr» Rudelman and their boy The Notice ia hereby given that on Satur-
ô,ee!nüte,ltî2Î,»C'’"BC ’ Or*n>n- hu " elT..
ILV ‘» '«' msV proof on hl. .1,.—
between the meet here and Prairie 1 Mieses Sheridan were very charm-1 ’ day, the 17th day of September 1904. the Bakery in eonneetion
City—perhaps Sept 20. The vari ing young ladies anil in« de many undersigneil will apply to the County
A Specialty si Sheet Orders.
•t Snr". Ml ’ ÍZl"*
*"'l He eher
’ Court of the State of Oregon for Harner
ous strings of horses coming from friends among mir young people 1 o«mty. for the license mentioned in the
Table furnished with everything
He name« the Ml low lüg witr. aa. <
Prärie here can stop in Drewsey wj,o hope they will again visit in . foregoing petiiion.
the market affords Your patron-
enroute and participate. Poster»' thia section soon.
*■ Fiaaa. Reamer
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
BRENTON 4. BEROUCO, Propts.
Main St., Burns, Oregon.
Horses receive the best of car*
from experienced bands.
Neat 1 ¡very tarnoats.
Outing Parties Accommodated
Horses Bought and Sold.