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THE STOCK MEET INO
and countries that will tie repre-,
The Times-Herald has been au
The building, if permission is
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1904.
granted, will bi erected of timber thorized to announce that die meet
from Coos county, and finished in ing of the Harney County block
hard wood also from that county. Association which has been called
Oue Year ..................
It will contain exhibits of the var for Dec 24, will be devoted partic
Six Months .
ious products of Coos county, and ularly to legislation since it is the
will Ire one of the most novel and desire of Representative Sitz to
4 UM AN BYRD
wonderful displays on the grounds. discuss this subject with the stock
Coos county also desires space on groweas.
fo-iTt-e! a pavilliun 100x100 i It had been the intention to get
A stockman of the La wen sec
plot of ground will be an interesting program for the oc
tion has written The Times-Her
beautifully and artistically arrang casion ami talk over th« stock bus
ald suggesting that the proposed ed and *t-t out in shrubs and plants iness in general. This, however,
meeting of stockmen called for from Coo- county.
will be secondary to the important
matters of legislation.
Decmber 24 be changed to the
The proposition to bold the meet
23d, as many who desire to attend
ing one day earlier will also be con
would also like to spend Christ
A very enjoyable afternoon was sidered by those having the arrange
mas with their family. As spent by* some of the old pio ments in charge and it is quite
Christmas comes on Sunday, the neer ladies of Harney Valley las! likley, if it meets the approval of
usual exercises and trees will be Wednesday at the home of “Grand those most interested that the date
held on the evening of the 24th ma" Haskell in cejebration of her will be changed.
It is learned that stockmen who
and people from a distance could eighty-first birthday. A little sur
not members of the local orgni-
not attend the stock meeting and
desire to meet with Mr.
return home to participate in these
Sitz as well us the association there
exercises. This is a good sug
L Woldenburg Sr., prepared a nice fore the program heretofore outlined
gestion and should be followed.
dinner for the occasion and among will be dispensed with in order to
The Times-Herald has been
the guests at dinner were “Grand take up the other matter.
informed that the Harney County
ma” Caldwell who came to Harney
Stock Association proposes to Valley in 1879; Mrs. Geo Stanclift,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
pl.tee its meeting at the disposal , 1878; Mrs W C Byrd, 1883, and
of Representative Sitz, as the im [ Mrs. S Lampshire who also came Do you want blacksmith coal? The <>.
portance of stock legislation is here in the early '80’s Mrs Has C. Co. is headquarters.
considered important and there kell’s daughter, Mrs Ione Whitin ■,
Frank Cawlfield and wife are up
fore other matters will be post a pioneer of 1875, was also present, from Narrows.
poned until after this subject is j Grandma Haskell came to Ilar-
Heating stoves at Voegtly’s. See
iney Valley in 1882 ami has since
Voegtly for heating stoves.
The Times-IIerald will com I made her home here. She has wit- I
Miss Blanch Campbell is over
municate with Mr. Sitz before its nessed many changes in this soe-
.Crane Creek the guest of
| lion and has many friends. Dur-
next issue and ascertain when it
1 ing the afternoon the school child-
would be most convenient for him
I ren serenaded her and many of
Remember Brown’s Profit Shar
to meet with the stockmen. If | I them brought presents which were
that gentleman prefers the 23d to I [ highly appreciated. Several friends ' ing Plan. Secure your coupon with
the 24th, the association will in all called during the day to offer con- i every cash purchase.
James Donegan has returned
likelihood make arrangements for j gralulations and many happy re
Canyon City, where he had
such a change. At present this turns of the day. It was a very
the past two weeks.
great religious does not desire to happy day for the old lady who is a
take the responsibility of making Grandma to all her acquaintances j W. II Culp will deliver beef
a change in the date, but will
within 5 miles of his ranch on
consult those interested and give
Poison creek at the rate of 5 cents
definite information next week.
j per pound for front and 6 cents
Lines written on the death of per hind quarter.
Edward M. Mogan.
The first of a series of dancing
The Times-Herald is not sur Oh, can it be that be is dead?
was given by Harry Smith
prised that the Road Company Gone from us forever?
’s hall last night. The
has refused to en/er into the gov Oh, no, it cannot be the truth,
class is quite large.
ernment irrigation project in Mal ‘Twould cause our hearts to sever.
heur county under the terms pro
Haines and Nelson have received
That noble boy, that manly son.
a handsome lot of watches, clocks
posed. It is unreasonable to ex His mother’s pride and joy.
and silverware suitable for wedding
pect such concessions by land Oh, can it be that he is gone,
and Christmas presents. You
owners and certainly the farmers Our noble, manly boy!
of the reclamation law did not in It seems it. were but yesterday,
tend such construction of it. If We heard his sweet low tone.
E. Olson, who occupied one of the
cabins on Thos. Baker’s ranch had
the government would accom Hear now today another sound,
the misfortune too loose all his ef
plish anything under this law it i It is a mothers groan!
fects by fire one night this week,
should be changed to be applica No, no, it cannot, cannot be
fire destroyed the house and
ble and practicable. As it is now That lie is from us gone
escaped only with his
men who have spent years in And left us bore alone on earth to
accumulating land and water
rights, at a great deal of expense, I Oh, God, alone, alone!
LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION.
the government will find it a hard ,
matter to deal with under its pre
We, tho undersigned legal voters of
Pueblo Precinct, Harney County, State
And who sbnll <1 ry her tears?
! Her pride, her boy is dead to-day, of Oregon, respectfully petition the
Hon. County Court of Harney County,
George Meredith, the eccentric I And who can calm her fears?
state of Oregon, to grant a License to J.
English genius who recently His young brother—who can tell
C. Peterman to Sell Spirituous, Malt
and Vinous l iquors in less quantities
startled the world with a sugges The grief of that young heart?
uno gallon in Pueblo Precinct,
tion that marriage should not be That lies all bleeding now and cold, than
Harney County, Stat« of Oregon, for the
for life, but for a certain definite j Wounded by fates hard dart.
Period of Six Months, as in duty bound
we will ever pray.
and fixed period, is now to the His two sisters—ah, how sad!
front advocating that England A letter told the tale.
apply for admission as a state of And many were the tears that fell. Il Gilliam
the American union and in this j Ailown their faces pale.
It T Final
Edw .1 Catlow
manner for the Anglo-Saxon race Ah, brother it is well with thee.
P M O’Brien
to dominate the world.
He We know this to lie true.
D W Defenbaiigh
John W Geary
points out to his fellow-country You lived a pure and noble life.
\V J Sisson
men that this is the only way in . Worthy of us and you.
M M Doan
which England can preserve a You are at rest above with God.
M J O’Conners
J G Holloway
commanding position in the des And free from car« and pain.
C F Hollow ay
E I. Holloway
Notice is hereby given tiiat on Satur
tinies of mankind, as otherwise, Altho' von lie beneath the sod,
day, the 10 day of Decemlier 19<H, the
through the growing importance You did not live in vain.
under igned will apply to the County
of the United States, England will We will all live ns l>est we can.
Conn of State of Oregon for Harney
Coiintv, for the license mention* din
be forced to follow in the Ameri Our hopes bv love ire finned.
tlia foregoing petition
can train without any voice in de- For there Imfore us at the gate.
J C PETERMAN.
terming whither she is going, Our brother dear will stand.
While the suggestion is liighlx Let us not weep nor shed our
flattering to the United States, it
LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION
is not relished by the English and In sorrow any more,
To the Honorable County Court of Har
is a Utopian dream that seems W e will be welcomed in the skies,
ney county. Oregon:
By one who has gone before.
impossible of accomplishment
We, the undersigned legal voters of
(By His Sister.)
Lake precinct, county of Harney,
Mrs II Utermohle.
state of Oregon, most respectfully peti-
Nov It* 1904. tirev t'liff Montana. tion your honorable court to grant a li
The land fraud cases now be
cense to C, A. Haines to sell spirltoue,
ing tried in the federal court at
malt ami vinous liquors in quantities
Victory White Bronze Monument.«
lees than one gallon in said precinct for
Portland are developing some
a period of six months as in duty bound
sensational facts and indications
The local agepl, M L. Lewis, has we ever pray.
are that there will be “something jvjt received notice from The Geo W Cawlfield
It. I*. Goodlow
doing” for these people who have Monumental Bronze Co, of Bridge I*on Baker
1. G Maupin
been doing a “land office busi port, Conn, that \\ hits Bronze has W J Dunn
D P Nutt*
been awarded two medals, vis: I. Hembree
ness” of their own.
W V Maupin
Via»« No DM, tri Work in-Zink J 1 Cavender
Wni (’ Matney
ami class No 220 Marble, Stone and Je*4 Cox
E O Shipp
Co«« C***ty *aat* ladaatrial.
Metal Mot uim nts
Dr J E Graves
While Bronze was in direct C W Curl
Through its chamber of com
F W Turner
merce Coos county desires jrermts competition with the great Marble
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
eion of the Ix>wis and Clark fair to and Granite Quarries of the world day, the 6th day of De*s-ml*er luO4, the
Such suc iinder-igne*l will apply to the County-
erect a big individual county build and won all the honors
’’ White Court of the State <4 Oregon for Harner
It proposes making an exhibit
county, for tn* license mentioned in the
ofthe wonderful resources of that
county equal to many of the slates without a competitor.
C. A. HAINES.
Rail Hower is spendit a lew day
Dell Dibble spent a feu days hare
this week. He reports 8 \ r Creek
Men and boy's wool1
Miller A- Thompson.
Thornton Williams nn l wife have
returned from Canyon Cilt where
the former was attending court
See the handsome t< ' ’
Lunaburg it Dalton
away. A coupon with <
Hon. C W Parrish mid - >n Sam
have returned from Grint County,
where the former has bn
s, will h.
ud a salary
ch will h® 1
rt present n
, who are j
unt of whi
of the diet
3. The .al
ore than ft
The meeting of the High Schtyd
Literary Society yesterday after
noon was called to order by the
president and after tin r*- . ling of
the minutes the follow
Helene Swain. Mvra King
The question for debate was
“Ilesolve-l that a Cow i- M ■ - Use
ful to Man Than a Hors*
mative. Frank Thompson. Frankit
King, Merle Dalton, Amanda John
son, Agnes Sayer. Nr; live. Alice ;
Hamilton. Carl Cook, M oody Best.
Jack Robinson, Marv Neal: The
Judges decided in favor of the
........................ John Saver
Red, White and-Blue
The president appointed the fol
lowing committee to prepare a pro
gram for next Friday: Henry-
Dalton, Harry Withers and Harry-
9 number i
i not, as a
leir time, i
here will 1
1 the press
it will not
close of I
trict At to
There is m
,n of the 1
Notice is hereby given that the
co-partnership heretofore i xisting
between Lloyd Johnson ami Harry
Cary, at Lawen, Oregon, under the
firm name of Johnson <t Cai v, has
been dissolved by mutual con- nt.
Harry Cary retiring from the firm. ,
Lloyd Johnson is responsible for all
the firm debts and all accounts duo '
the firm are payable to Harry I
The Burns Furniture Company
recently added some new ami
| attractive designs to their stock of
Dated Dec 1, 190-1
[iron beds, and at prices that are
| sure to appeal to the hou^e furnish
â er. Call and inspect.
yet with fl
rt of thow
3 g for the
iis bill to
n find •< fine assortmentof
j '¡ ~ '
The wMe-spre.ul popularity of STEVENS RIFI-LS,
PISTOLS and SHOTGUN.’. ■ •phasircs the degree of
iicrfectionendx di< .1 in our sterling make. You will find
•nns branded "SI EVENS” at Ml RIFLE RANGES and
wherever there is Hunting.
S ’ E v r. N
Isequlvaient to saying GUAR VNTEED FOR QU AL
II Y and famous for all essential i.rcann properties.
*' from 7.50 tn
J. STEVENS ARMS Cl TOOL CO.
D on ’ t F ah to r-?nd fqr
Ask your haler,tin
illi btrated ■ Mt ilo,,'. 11 is fi
<>n our g.xxls. If
k of r al .>• »< fcrcn« e,
nut obtain them,Ic t us know
•o all luvcrs
.ested * i i tl.c grand
an<i w ill ship * Urcct ,e *1 u
rt of Si t tlng. Malie»!
prepai l, upon rwript ■•*
1 < cuts i- stamps to pay
HIT THE MARK with.
i lever novelty will be mailed I HEE upon request.
P. O. BOX 4091
v' 3s*. u. s. a .
said everywhere at
the same price.
ALL ÍHE LATEST
BOOT and SHO“
Our Fall and Winter Clothing
7/c a selected with a view to
ornfort and Reasonable prices
imOCEFLIES with Quality
* ¡deration, but sold on the
.Durbin. Get our prices.
7 ST ASSORTMENT
g S c
FRAM< A. CO! f, propt
Fir’St C!«sv. Well
Appointed H use
StOD at ths Overland
' > furnish m> customers with the usual
m . invite the public to cal) when desiring
Ute Goods and Prices
>, Laney Clocks, Jewelry of all kinds.
’■H '. re, Cut Gias.«. Handpainted China at
« » I -ep at nty windows.
Christmas G oods
■ULIS TOR SALE
Call early and select
Breeder of Pare Bates Short Horn Cattle,
TH* y I I V DRUG STORE.
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
Cent ally located, Well furnished tab'-
<■> mfortabk- room-.
RATES: 'lealj 25 cent«: Rooms 50 c. ’Is
Single Beds 25 cents.
M Lfu’ation of Carrying the
Oppo.it First Nctiona
e can co
he otbar i
SI FZ, I awen, Oregon
ready for surviie, the get of
ateri >o Prince 174,184.
i'i . copy <>f pedigree
iven with each purchase.