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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1904)
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BEK 3 1904.
See Gemberling's ad.
Horton’s for Christmas presents.
A McKenzie is up from Narrows.
Julian George spent a few days in
Price \\ ithers is over from Har in our city this week.
Order groceries from the Miller
Are you going to the Railroad if so do & Thompson closing out stock.
not forget the O. C. Co.
A. E. Brown has been here the
Wm. Dunn, the old pioneer, was past week visiting his family, He
seen on our streets yesterday.
reports his stock doing well.
Tlie O. C. Co. know no competition,
the old reliable.
Mrs. J. T. Garret has returned
from a visit to her parents at On
J. C. Beatty and Elmer Carlson
are in from their homes in the south
ern part of the county.
N. Brown, the pioneer merchant,
has returned to San Francisco to
spend the winter.
Hay for sale—250 tons in quant
ities to suit. Write to or iuquire of
Fred Otlev, Lawen, Oregon.
The farmers of thia section have
been improving the time during the
fine weather and much plowing has
THE SATISFACTORY STORE
NEW FALL COODS
ELEGANT IN STYLE--BEALTIFLL IN DESIGN—MODERATE IN PRICE—REST IN QUALITY
Remember Browns Profit Shar
We can show our patrons this y. ar the most complete line of goods ever handled
ing Plan. Secure your coupon with
R. J. Williams is improving from every cash purchase.
at, JdMt taté- ^fart art Atrt his attack of typhoid fever.
LADIES’ READY TO WEAR GARMENTS-New in every particular.
Waller Gray accompanied by
Osborne and Acme mowers at Hie O.
his wife and little daughter, was in
FURS FOR WINTER WEATHER -We ujill be able to shocu yoa a nits«
C. Co. get their prices.
the city last Saturday.
of Furs shortly.
9)^9^ C^at. Wihon.
J I’. Dickenson was a business
See the line of good substantial
'—Lr- CMtU. JÍ. Jitvtnt <k Siro. visitor from Lawen this week.
shoes at Miller & Thompson’s if
CAUL AND EXACDINE OUR STOCK
Shelley baa raturned from aJ Mrs. C. A. Byrd has received a you are looking for bargains.
The Windsor, under the manage
Agents for McCall Bazar Patterns 10 and 15 Cents.
i Ai g trip to Lawen
ment of C. B. Smith A Co., is one
new consignment of fall and winter
C. S. Johnson is over from Cala
Turner and wife have been
Singer Sewing Machines Sold on Easy Terms.
mity on a visit to hie daughter who
interior. Finest of liquors and
city tbe peal week.
The fine weather continues and is here attending high school.
cigars, billiards and card tables
W. C. Brown, Dentist. Offic - so far we have had no snow this
Men’s wear cleaned and repaired and expert mixologists.
*W$,re 1“ Veogtly building.
month < at the Hill resi-
K by J piece or IUUUVU
Christmas gifts aie now occupy
Tom Houser and family werefdence.— Mrs Moon,
. E. J. Lampahire and little
the minds of the people and
ter are now at the home of
F. Y. Hauck, tbe Colorado horse while you are looking for suitable
L mpehire and wife.
buyer is still in this vicinity and is ( ones just drop in to Geer A Cum
U O. G. Co. are always right as to I James Simmerville is home from meeting many of our horse men.
mins and see the fine lot of China
and quality, don’t 'orget this I a visit to Harney, What’s the at-
ware, Glassware, T ovb , Fancy
.'on are arranging to rlace your traction Jim?
treated to some fine pears by our Vases, Silverware, Jeweliy, Water
W. B. Parker and wife were the old friend Chas. Belshaw last Mon- Sets,
Wine sets, China Chocolate
íry Hamilton is over from
guests of relatives aud friends in day.
Goods, Skates etc.
ond circulating among hie
\ < Some of the finest things in the way
this city the first of the week.
friends here. He is enjoy-
Geo Sizemore has returned from 1
J. I). Jenkins, the Malheur coun ! a visit to Ontario and other railroad of
1 dishes in town.
points, where he had been on busi- :
/ton'ou want to boy your goods right,
\ 1 1 et the price« of the O. C. Co. who in this city this week looking after ness.
e largest bnyers, and the closest •some business matters.
A. E. Mackintosh was purchas
i, best quality.
his departure yesterday.
ing supplies here the first of the NOTICE OF RECIIVER’S SALE.
Bill McKinney, who has been week. He returned to his home on
liter Cross came over from
Notice is hereby given that under and
Creek yesterday .returning to- taking in the fair and visting rela- Buck Creek.
by virtue of a decree of tlie Circuit Court
■’-’Ul jje wu after material to I tives in the East is expected to ar
R R. Sitz was here yesterday to of tlie State of Oregon for tlie County of
rive home in a short time. He has
flues in his dwelling.
see Mr. Hauck the horse buyer with Ilarney, made by said court and entered
am George is selling school written friends here to expect him. a view to disposing of the B. F. on the Journal thereof on the 5th day of
October A I> 1904, in a suit wherein
Free! Free!—Handsome China Auemus horses.
ture and the various districts
Louis Woldenberg, was plaintiff and
Id see him before placing
Y'ou should call and get prices at Christian Berg was defendant, said de
v giving tickets on Chinaware for cash Miller and Thompson’s—closing cree being based upon ai.d in conformity
s | purchases only. We now have
irry Cary has disposed of hi«
out prices that cannot be equaled witli a mandate of the Supreme Court
of the State of Oregon in the above men
eats in tbe saloon business at
tioned suit, and in which decree tlie un
en to bis partner, Llo>d John-
Fancy Creamery butter at the dersigned was duly appointed Receiver
Harry is now employed in
City Meat Market 75 cents per roll. of the partnership property hereinafter
I. L. Sitz store.
The Times-Herald 1« desirous of Also vinegar, cider. Front quar described, and as such Receiver was
therein ordered and directed to sell
veO. C. Co. have just received ten_ of finding out the total amount of ters sold for 4 cents per pound.
said partnership property and apply the
||¡r|ü >ads of good«, comisting of Bain and grain raised in Harney County this
Quite a number of our young proceeds in tlie manner Bet fortli in said
ona wagons, barb wire, blacksmith season and has sent out inquiries
; furniture, nails, ccal oil, sugar, for that purpose. It would be con people accompanied the Presbyter Now, therefore, I, Sam Mothershead,
' U and White Rose flour.
sidered a favor if anyone knowing ian Sunday School choir over to tiie duly appointed, qualified and acting Be sure and call and see and get prices before purchasing.
mesA Shieldsis in the city from the average yield per acre would Ilarney yesterday afternoon to at Receiver of the partnership proportv of
tlie firm of Woldenberg A Berg do here Also a full stock of Disc and Tooth Harrows and Seeders
tend the entertainmeut.
J. *" 'home on Silvei creek and ex- report to us.
by give notice that I will on
ijts to take his departure in a few
Tom Jenkins of the sheep firm of Monday, tlie 5th day .of December 1904, r
Ed. Jordan met with a serious
s for Rocky Ford, Colorado,
in the City ot Burns, Ilarney County,
LIQUOR L1CBN8B PETITION
¡gain take up hie duties as book- accident last Monday night at his Stein Mountain home. Tom is in Oregon offer for sale, and sell nt public
per and stenographer with a home near Lawen. lie stepped clined to be on the sick list and is auction for cash, to tlie highest bidder, We the undersigned legal voters of
out of the door of his house and the
at the hour of 1 o’clock 1’. M. at the Lake l’recinct, State of Oregon, respect
court house door the real property here fully petition tlie lien County Court of
step being frosty lie slipped and here to consult a physician.
Tobe Duncan came in from fell, breaking his left arm just
We will sell you anything in the inafter described, and immediately Ilarney County, State of Oregon to grant
thereafter, and before the hour of 4
License to Sidney Comegys to sell
aio last night and is at present ! above the wrist.
He came to line of farming machinery at prices o’clock I’. M. at the Brewery building a Spirituous,
Malt aud \Tn us Liquor« in
' guest of his daughter, Mr«. | Burns and Dr. Burrows reduced and terms that defy competition.
on said lot 6 the personal property here less quantities than one gallon in Lake ,
>mer Reed. Mr Duncan informs the fracture.
Please call and gel prices and terms inafter decribed, to wit:
Precinct Harney County, State of Ore J
that he is now in the sheep busi-
Geer A Cummins.
Lots one, two, three and six of block gon,
¡ton. for the period of three months, as •
E. N. Nelson, of the Jewelry firm
Forty-three of the city of Burns, Ilarney in duty bound we shall ever pray.
38 and ia pleased with the pre-
Albert Shaw, one of the most County,
Haines A Nelson, has returned
Oregon, together with the
it outlook for good price next
home from a business visit to the persistent and entergetic gardtiers Brewery building, cellar, granary, stable C T Simmons
T •< Devine
D li Baker
'John Day section. While absent of BurnB, ha« presented this office ice house and all other buildings, struc I) T N'utta
ii At old Jorgensen Stand
R A Smitli
The Carter House Barber Shop he d isposed of his cattle at a very with a beet which tipped the scales tures or improvements situated then:- J Ivy
.Mail orders receive prompt attention.
Edward Anderson •
Ontario, Lae Caldwell proprietor, ! good figure. He is now at his place at 14 pounds. It# too large to hang I on, Brewery well, one 12 horse power Jphn Satories
. vertical engine used in connection with Frank Caw I field
F X Hackman
one of the most elegant tonsorial of business and prepared to attend on our Christmas tree.
Win. A Johnson
said Brewery building together will all John Marshall
. glors in all Western Oregon Hot to any repair work in his line.
W V Maupin
Geer ACummins have received an shafting, pulleys, fixtures, pump steam Wm C Matney
..... >d cold bathe with a sprav bath
kettle, piping, machinery, tools, scales,
W C Lynch
Drs. Marsden A Geary last Mon elegant line of chinaware, glassware equipments and apparatuses, malt bin Scott CattcrHon
? Jmnected. Lee’ sold time friends
day performed an operation upon
and kiln, everything used in connection C A Haines.
jre invited to eall on him while at
Chas. Miles, amputating the second These goods are the finest ever dis with said Brewery plant more fully de- Notice is hereby given that on T uch - I
played in this city and must l.e scribed in "Exhibit B” of the plaintiff’s day, the 6 th day of Dece niter 1904, the
\ finger of his left hand. The opera
complaint, refered to and used as a ba undersigned will apply to the County
; T. J. SbMds brought one of his tion is said to be a very neat piece seen to be appreciated.
sis in said decree, also the cooperage Court oi the State of Oregon for Harney
Jttle danfbtors over from Silver of surgery and the young man con
We are informed that Ira Clark, used in connection therewith and con county, for the license mentioned in the
Ireek last Wednesday for tnedicel siders himself lucky at saving bis a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark, sisting of lieer kegs, tubs, tanks, casks, foregoing petition.
treatment. It was feared the child arm and life. The finger was the . suffered a stroke of paralysis at barrels, hoops, bungs and other article«,
£iad typhoid fever, but as yet the one pricked by the barbed wire and Harney last Friday evening. He also all corks, bottles, bottle boxes bottle
Horses kept by Ihr day,
4 aee is not tor enough developed to caused the liloodpoisoning. He is has recovered somewhat at this cases, cork machine, truck, loop wire, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
locks and other articles useil in connec
¿iesure. She is at the home of Mrs.
UNITED ST ITKH I.AND OFFICE.
tion with the "Bottling Department” of
Bunin. Oregon, November 2, 1904.1
|d. A. Fry.
Notice In hereby given Hint the following
The new seats and other furniture "«id brewery and I more fully set forth in named
FIRST CLASS LIVERY TLRNOLTS.
settler ha»< fil< «1 notice of liik intention
to make final j»roof in aopport of his claim, ami
for the Harney County High School said “Exhibit B."
Dated this 29 day of October 1904.
ami Receiver at Burns Oregon, on December'.»,
has been received and W Y King
Hay and ¿rain ahvays
l-Mil viz H E No. 1425,of John Davies, for the
WU SW'I. NE'l
fc,HE'.t NW'i.^-c. 21, T. 29
i« putting it in place today. Thia
Receiver. H . R. 3& E.. W. M
names the following witnesses to prove
has been much needed and will be Date of last publication hereof I’ec. 3, his He continuous
resiihmcc np«m anti cultivation
land, viz John R Jenkins, John Hughes
Your patronage solicited.
quite a comfort and improvement 1904.
Jones. Tbovaa E Jenkins, of Hmilh, Oregon,
in the school rooms.
South Main St , Burns, Oregon.
W m . F akrk , Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Thos. Turnbull, on of the promi I
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
nent sheepmen of the Stein Moun
The best mouldboard plow is the
JOHN DEERE PliOW
The best disc plow is the
A full stock at C. H. Voegtly’s
Haines & Nelson
Watchmakers and Opticians
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
S«c our Display of Paautiful Presents.
ToYSi T oys
in endless variety for the little ones. Santa Clans
will be liberal this year. He has...........
Louis, John McMullen, the photo
echanical toys, Indestructable iron Toys, grapher, purchased a complete new
hes, Laundry sets, in fact everything fr>-m a milk wagon to up to date gallary ou’fit. Part of
this new apparatus arrived last
night rind Me will soon be as well
zoTxrrx fbllzs will not I» forgotten. Many useful equiptwd for the picture business as
n will find at our store, sucli M
anyon** on the coast. 11« has
r and square knit shawls and underskirts, always given satisfaction to his pa
ackets. White and mottled all wool blankets, trons, but will be even better.
hosiery and Handkerchiefs, Children’s Hats, Some very creditable sn 1 hand
and infant’s knit Jackets Hoods.
some Christmas present displays
EMEMBER OUR GROCERIES.
CHARTE & BUDEUÍAN,
I Special Attention Given
i to Conducting Funerals
Burnì Oregon, November 3, 11XM. t
UNITED STATER LAND OFFICE,
It hereby given that charles T. Miller,
tain section, has been in this city of Notice
Burns, Ore., November 2, 1904.1
Lawen, Oregon, has filed notice of Intention
for several days. He informs The for the E’i of Roc. 30, T. 2« 8 . K. 34 E , W. M named settler has filed notice of his intention
Times-Herald that he was among ® | ; 'ZZ'.ZZZ
Æeieiver at ’ Burn«
Or to make proof In support of his claim and that
egon; on T
omm I av . the 6th
f.th day of December,
D» «-ember. said proof will be made before the Register and
Receiver nt Burns. Oregon,oir Derein r»er 9,1904.
the woolgrower« of that section that I ' He nameejthe
__ _ following
to prove viz H E. No. 1426, of John Hughes Jones, for
_ . * , irrigation
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damation of said NWLHW!«.
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na<i ajreaoj conuracLed ms iwo ______
|and. j ______
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f p Rector, , L 1 B Hayes and — A.
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d ’ R.
L- i .> U.
■ • Arthur Claypool,
«.«»«. a * tin. f.»ll«.ia-ir
all of Lawen.
following witnesses to prove
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his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz John R. Jenkins, John W.
Davies, of Smith, Or<gon. George Waters, of
While in Portland upon his re
Burns, Oregon, and Thomas E. Jenkins, of
turn from visiting the fair at St. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
W m . I- arm , Register.
UNITED STATES LAND <)FFI<’Ej
¡Burns, Oregon, November 15,1904.1
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said ¡proof will t>e made t>efore the Regis
ter and Receiver, at Burns, Oregon, on Decem
ber 22, 1904, vis H. E No. 1016. of William A
< atterson for Lota % io, 11 and 12, Bor. 20, and
LoU 1. 2, 3, 4. 5 and 6. rtec 29, T. 2ft K , R ® E
He names the following wftneMes to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, vis: Newt. Hower. L. B Kayes.
J L. Bltz and Geo W Luce, al) of Lawen. ore
W«. F arrr Register.
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
Thi* is the time of year to look
for winter comforts, so call at th'
Burns Furniture Co's store and
leave your order for a couch of any
pattern or style
Gives all the local news
The Lone Star
are now exhibited by various deal Lung Sing
ers in Burn, The people ot this
Bakery and Laundry.
MEADS AT Abb HOURS
»octi >n are fortunate in finding
Fresh Bread, Pies,
su< b a variety from which to choose.
Bakery in eonneetion.
Sme very artistic window dis
Cakes & Cookies
A Specialty of Short Orders.
plays are made by the City Drug
always on hand.
Table furnished with everything
Store. Geer A Cummin«. The Wel
come Pharmacy. SAB Cash Store, Welcome A Vo?gtly building, west the market afford« Your patron
I Gemberling and Haines A Neleon.
of Triech A Donegan's saloon
China George, Proprietor.
Cor. Main anJ B Streets.
See Premium offer on Page Four.