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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1904)
galaxy, and a galaxy of ruffians Tttti NkW YORK V\ ORI »)
i is called a horde, ami a horde of
The tickets are now made up
rubbish is called a heap, and a
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1904.
| heap of oxen is called a drove, and the most interesting Presi
(and a drove of blackguards is dential campaign the United
8UB8CKI PTION RATK8:
i called a congregation, and a con- States has ever known since i860
And it is the most
1.00 |gregation of engineers is called a has begun.
Three Months ..
corps, and a corps of robbersis
Which will it be, Parker and
i called a band, and a band of
JULIAN BY 1Cl>
— — — — Manager
or Ro«i3evelt and Fair
locusts is called a swarm, and a
Nobody knows yet, but
swarin of people is called a
crowd, anil a miscellaneous crowd
of city folks is called the public.—
J. H Mitchel
a hot and
(.'. W. Fulton.
|J. N. Williamson,
Congregameli............. • ■ I
Altorif) < leñera)
A. M. Crawford.
Geo. E Chainberlain.
According to a paragraph that
•ucretary ui State
F. 1 . Duubar.
than hope», and it has always been
C. H. Moore.
is going the rouncs of the press,
Bupt. Public Instruction,
J. H. Ackerman.
the effort of The Thrice-a-Week
J. R. Whitney
a Japanese auction is conducted
» K. H. Bean.
World to tell the thing that has
.> C. Wolverton on very different lines from
» F. A. Moore
happened exactly as it happened.
in this country. There is
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Thus) ou can judge for yourself
Geo. K. Davia screeching
form your opinion.
J W McCuHoch
bidders do not yell out tl
Deputy Dist Atty
.... CH Leonard
There is also a great war going
instead, the article ti
Circuit Court meefu the Third Monday in offers,
on in the East, where The World
April and Fourth Monday in October.
sold is exhibited, and then
has a brilliant staff of correspond
bids are marked on pieces of pa-
.............. J. L. Hand
ents in the field, and their reports
per and put into a box. The ii u-
are found regularly in the columns
examines the slips and
H. C. I.evens
of The Thrice-a-Week World.
< I. ik
S hih Mothersheud the highest-bid takes the lot.
J M Dalton
The Thrice-a-Week World’s
. F M Jordan
Tom Allen it only were the custom in this
regular subscription price is only
J. E. Roggan
M E Rigby country for spielers, shouters anti
J A Vest
$1.00 per year, and this pays for
.... »CT Miller barkers to write their remarks on
/W i. Best
156 papers. We offer this un
pieces of paper and distribute
County Court meets the first Wednesday in
equalled newspaper and The
January, March. May, July, September and them among the crowtl!
Times-Herald together one year
HARNEY V. K. LAND OFFICB:
Editors are far braver than I
The regular subscription price
.................... a w < towan
soldiers, although they get much
the two papers is $3.
less credit for reckless daring.
. ..Dr. J. W. Geary.
H W Miller The editor of the Jacksonville
V I Hopkins
J W Bev edge (ill.) Journal recently took 400
(C E Mcl’heeters
> J C Foley
Coli nel I men :
children to the St. Louis Fair.
| Simon J.ewis,
lG W Clevenger He had no assistance, managed
Meetings of the Council every Second anti the whole
bunch himself and
brought them back without losing
Nothing is omitted that concerns
a single head not even his own.
HOC! KT IE8.
What soldier would dare ¡in ad- the interest of buyers and sellers
in the live stock, grain, provisions,
venture like that.
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, 1. O O F.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday
produce and financial markets—
7 3() pm.
J. W. Buchanan, N. G.
E. o. Jackson, Secretary.
Congregational Cadet i the quotations are comprehensive,
Corps of Eureka, Cal., has set I and are in every way reliable.
BURNS LODGE NO. 97, A. F. A M.,
Meets every Saturday evening In Masonic
The Journal in addition carries
plans on foot to combine healthful
J. c. Wsloomt Jr, w. m .
F. 8. Reider,Secretary.
days a full and truthful re
exercise and secure profitable
tne world’s news and pre
training, experience and know
INLAND LODGE NO. 70 K. of P.
special features of deep
Meets every Thursday evening In the Brown ledge, by marching, too strong,
’ H. M. Horton, C. C.
the average reader.
L. M . Brown. K. IL 8.
to Portland next June to attend
s woman’s page, the
the Lewis and Clark Centennial.
BURNS LODGE No 47 A. O. U. W.
President Goode will present the
Meer« every second au-’ fourth Friday.
A. U. Welcome, M.W.
boys with a handsome silk banner
N. Coch ran, Recorder.
commemorative of their visit.*
ORDER OF WAS HINGTON.
very popular family newspaper,
Meets every first and third Friday, in Brown
clean and bright from A to Z and
c. P. Rutherford, Presidon
A complete showing of the in
Pearl Vulgamore, Secretary.
year’s eml to year’s end.
dustrial conditions surrounding
Daily, one year by mail, $4;
HURNS CHAPTER NO. 40,0. E. S.
the Indian students at the Oregon
Mvel» every ihtiiik I anil fourth Mondays. In
six months, $2.25; three months,
Eunice E. Thompson, W. M.
Indian schools will ligure in the
Delnora Gowan, Secretary.
Governments exhibits at the $1-25.
Semi-weekly, 104 issues, one
SYLVIA REBEKAH DEGREE No.43.
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
Meet»every tat and 3d Wednesday.
Flora llagvy, N. G.
C G. Smith, Ree. Sec’y.
$1. The issues of the
One of the logs used in the
Semi-Weekly and Weekly Journ
construction of the forestry build
HARNEY VALLEY CAMP No 3M1, W. of|W.
Recta every first and acconti Tuesday.
ing at the Lewis and Clark Ex al also contain the market
<’. W. McClain, Com.
W. A. Gowan, Clerk.
and all of the features of the Daily
position weighed twenty-seven
The Times-Herald clubs with 1
the Journal at the following rates
An interesting collection of old
for both papers:
mining implements will form a
The Review is glad that hog part of Oregon's exhibit at the Semi-Weekly’........................ 2.50
killing has commenced, because, Lewis and Clark. Centennial.
i th« ,
•Ip ca ,
er of i
t to b<
■ < nlliir
I y’a exh
f I OC •
THE BURNS FURNITURE CO., w.c.»rw. »*«»«»
Is at the Old Stand selling cheaper
than you can run the risk ol laying
it down here trom any catalogue
house in America.
Leayes Burns d»n,,
at 6:30 am. Arri^|(*l
ly from Ontario at -,
“I1 a |
The only through ,,
transfer route froill ¡."M
buy as cheap as anyone duu
will sell as cheap as anyone, there-
tort1, our prices must, and will be
right. A call will convince you.
Kitchan Furnishing mill be one of our specialties, and your kjtch-
er cu ill 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,
Rocker», 12 »nd up,
Iron beds $5 75 »nd up,
Ladie» Desks IB up
Music cabinets $5 up,
Spring beds $ t up,
Extension Tables (good ones) at 17 75, up
Mattresses, excelsior, woo), and A osh , $2 50, up
owing to the liberality of Otto
Shultz, we have been living high
on spareribs, sausage, etc., the
past week. Jefferson Review.
'l’his is one of the kind of items
that makes a self respecting pub
lisher ashamed of the business in
which he is engaged, It cheap
ens the newspaper fraternity in
the estimation of the people, and
injures the business of publishers
who are conducting their affairs
on a decent and dignified basis.
It is on a par with the“cordwood,”
“turnips,” and “patched-panls”
jokes that have been going the
rounds of the country press for
the last roo years. The editors
who write such stuff imagine they
are saying something witty.—
Several large rose beds have
been laid out in the Lewis and
Clark Centennial grounds and the
roses iire now in full bloom.
A MANLFACTLRINO DEPARTMENT io
connection where we will make you anything
from a wooden knitting needle to “double-
deck” wood rack. Call! Never too busy to
talk or furnish estimates.
S. W. MILLER,
W. J. COLEMAN,
*»> union P acific
Stenographer and Notary Public
B urns ,
O regon .
Office in Citin-ns Hank Building.
MARSDEN & GEARY.
Physicians and Surgeons.
B urns ,
Phone No. to
Sewing Machines at factory price
with freight added. The White,
Blue Diamond and the Vassar, all
carrying a full guarantee.—at the
Burns Furniture Company store.
8 p Bl
Our new book entitled “ 40 M onet 8 p. m.
4 p. m.
' M aking I deas " is worth its weight in Ex 8un. To Astoria and Way- Except
. gold to every man who wants to start a
10 p. nr.
legitimate, paying mail order lusineis.
It tells you wliat to do and how to do
Send us 50c today b a. m. Oregon City New
berg, Salem and Way
and we will send von the book, and a Except
valuable m. • i y lou.nai -n • vea> free
Office one door north
of French Hotel
B urns ,
O regon .
J. W BIGGS,
Rev A J. Irwin will preach at
Harney the 2ml Sunday of each
month nt Ila. in. and 7.30 p. m.
Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
D a Y t ON BIGGS
, U enti itv I’t in.miii'
Biggs A Biggs
li EH >\ L.V «
ATTORNEYS - AT- LAW,
H I RNS,
Practice in all the courts of Ore.
Collections promptly made.
A little girl was looking at a
Sunday school at Harney the
picture of a number of ships when
Sunday of each month at 111 G. A.RkMSoLn
«. W. PAkBiaa
“See what a
PARRISH & REMBOLD.
fl«xk of ships!” We corrected
her by saying that a (lock of ships ami fourth Sunday of each month
Burna land Canyon City.) Oregon.
at 3 o’elixk p m Preaching ser
was « ailed a fleet, and a fleet of
Aill practice in the courts of Harney and
vie«* • vt rv “«•<•« io| Simdiiv at 8 p tn. • rant tuuntlea and in the aupreme court «M the
«tafe. ami ali»o in L. s !an«l office.
sheep is called a Hock.
And here we may add, for the
At th«* Presbyterian church
<’li;u>«. 11. I xMviimxi.
benefit of the foreigner who is Barn», Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
mastering th«* intricacies of our IVvim* services the third ami fourth (
’arcftil attention given to Colle«-
language, that a flock of wolves Sundays of each month at It a. m.
lions ami Kcal Estate matters
is called a pack, and a pack of aml7 3<ip hi Xnt*,*ath school at
thieves is called a gang, and a 10 a. m. every Sabbath morning.
R urns .
O regon .
gang of angels is calle«! a host,
Preaching WvieeB nt the Baptist
and a host of porpoises is called a
church every 1st .uni 2nd XundAvs.
shoal, and a shoal of buffaloes is
«KO. 8. SIZEMORE.
morning and evening Sunday
called a troop, and a troop, of school every Sun<>ay at 11 a. ni.
partridges is called a covey, and prayer meeting every Thurs«lay
i ’<»lire.• ionIjintl
bu»inev. and Kral
a covey of beauties is called a evening
F-tate matter i roiui tlv aUendrd u>
All sailing dates sub
ject to change.
For San Francisco 4 p. Hl.
every 5 days.
¡Forest Reserve Scrip
Wlllaaettr a Taahlll
Teusday Oregon City, Dayton
Tuhrd'v and Way-Landings
“• »»RQUSR «,0»
J W Bigge, Burn., hone., OR on left .tide,
caule. Mrui* o’,” un'h,',' "*••• bt" A »“ >•" Min»
.boul2irk’K‘rro,r* ho"“*»*»c O» lb. left
left ■houl^er1^'bUrl“* hur*’ branded CV on
4:30 p m
Sunday. ».ttle; horaeVi/M^a;
3:30 p m
A N. H oar .
A. L. CRAIG,
Gen. P rm . Ag’t, Portland. Oregon
A. L. MOHLER. President.
angle, on right’htp*r“n,J,r,a *’"rn* 2*’Ile tbree
"«raez.a.nebr.n/^,»'» ¿rop 017 «»ch ear;
izt.bli.br-i :kMM of ,ohd fioc.nnl
laa wliaoM «Xarza. w ••
b?.,b eari w”h
’■ “,o F
«'mi'on 1ienh‘,I1d’,mb **n 00 1,r»
mark und.rbitB|nr?f,Jht,lt1*'J I‘.on ’’•«b’ bin
horae brand 71. on 'ifftitTe’."*'’1*'1 UD br"k*‘
mark, crop *n'i|^,lnnd',rnM*',1a »i on left bip
«•«I.on le.tj,. , hor.«,h&‘i,on‘r|^li1^«bl aar
t ’’»»Iveater. Burin, cattla c on laft bln
Key McGee. Burn., e.tti. A d T.«^ «,
raark crop off left upper bit In right ea-
bor,„. ,.me |„. thonld„
P arted -T rustworthy
O opyr 'Ô ht » â*
loop below Y> RRin« Tai.une’ aiio * J (J making
bar Eon left «b“"der «*1%° mafk1.“*: ‘’•T1*
bite in left an.l cne“in Haht ii? . Iwo «hder-
*“’'Dr,«nt, alao two underbite
6 a. m.|
4:30 p m
Tuesday porl|and forralli» 7 nesday
T*1«r* A and Way Landing« Thur» A uuderbit in left also
:hter h*,f ™p«
w B. C. Satin < Ok Of
. Bums Druggist».
'«b ««. bell
Me conneet.d on
TMAKES PROMU DKT«
For«*»t resvrve »crip, in tract» of 40
acre« aa*l upward, ready for immediate Leave
ama» ri ,»,
use and guaranteed.
1:20 am Riparia to Lewiston 8:30 a m
Will buv -ul I era* land warrants given
for aervices in all Indian wars ann Mei-
ican and War of IS12
H. B. Compson*
Rae. which aem for SOe.
OCEAN and RIVER SCHEDULE
K0D0L oleanM». purlfles, strto|te
and «wsetens the stomia That ton
tottlM eaW. *1.00 Slxa holdln» 2M !»<••>■
O regon .
ATTORNER AT LAW.
KODOL digests what you Mt
. a ;
Ollice upstairs in Voegtly Building.
71 ,l“r on «'id*:
cattle, bar IL on left ribs; mark, unde."bit in left
ear, under slope in right.
Office first door west of Bank.
(’ne of Many.
COlapsabl© Pock T»»
Salt Lake,Denver, Ft
Worth, Omaha, Kan 1
KODOL cure» tndlgestlon, dyspepi»
sas City, St. LouiB
0,1 leflzlioulder; - — " . all »tomach and bovslMB.
Chicauo and East.
'1:45 am h.i,'J1 h|p; n'«rk. crop aud under
half crop lu right ear, uaderblt in left.
KODOL Eocalarates the actlonof tog
C J Jonnaon. Riley, cattle, 0 tar on left iiltr —— ■ ■
trio glands and gives ton«
H. S. Brownton
L E. Hibbard
maikz, »wallow fork in right ear, zpllt |n ieft,,>'
Hibbard & Brownton,
Atlantic Salt Lake,Denver.Ft,
KODOL relieves an overworked iron*
Express Worth, Omaha. Kan .3:35
of all nervous strain (Imi
2:10 sas City, St. Louis p m.
Office Hr.t door east of The CiiIsens Bank.
the heart a full, free and untnaa»
action, nourishes the nervous lyilr o
feeds the brain.
St. Pau) Walla Walla, Lewis
KODOL *•,h9 *onderful re™edi J1!
E at Mail ton, Spokane, Minne Î 12:35
making »o many slckpeo»ba
tettwrMKass* - ■
1 45 apolis, St. Paul, Du ! a. m.
and weak people alrong by giving W K
»ho»hlder/r.ttr«O’o?on,,^!:?.r?r' Oj tbe
luth Milwaukee, Chi-
left ear, l'wo underbid“|"*r^l*“: ,u»rk-"P“'In bodies all of the nourishment that 11 •
oago r.nd East.
talned In the food they eat.
Office at resiih nee.
Up-to-date iuh printing at reason
TIMK BCHKDULkM 1 ARRIVE
From Huntinftoa Ore
W. C. BROWN,
1 ’ RO F ESS ION A L C A RDS.
In additlou to th«a
above 1 offer |5 q 0
under the same cou
ditiona for horaea
baron both or either
jaw recorded in M
OKO smyv S
Hurney, Lake and
\rook Count lea.
sold. Horses sold
to puss lit roti kb this
suction will he re
ported in thia paper.
reported, plea ««write or telephone
The Time®Herald. Slain 824, Burna, Orc.
W. W BROWN, Fife Oregon.
Feter Clemens, Burna, horaea, PC on leftati*
fie: cattle same ou either hip; eat marks crop
and split in left car, swallow fork audaquare
under bit in right.
M Fenwick, Burns, horses, double dot vertie
al baron left shoulder, cattle. L ou right hip
earmarks, two underbits iu each ear; also sum
branded bar T on right ribs; earmark, unfit
half crop in left ear.
J H Bunyard, Burns, cattie, 7 on left hip; ear
marks, crop off left ear, swallow fork in right.
J P Withers, Harney, horses, combined TJP
on left shoulder; cattle, half circle cross ou
either hip: eurmarks. upperbit iu right ear, un
derbit in left.
Martin Bros,, Burns, cattle, double dot hori
zontal bat on either hip; earmarks, upperbit in
right ear, swallow fork iu left, wattle ou right
jaw; also some branded circle N on right side
O L Shingledecker, Burns, horses, 5 on lef
shoulder; cattle, <5 on right side and hip; ear
marks, crop off right ear, crop and under half
crop off left.
Fred Denstcdt, Burns, horses, FD ou the left
shoulder; cattle Fl) on left side; earmark, uu-
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 oft right, wattle un
der chin; also cattle branded SB, crop and un
derbit in left ear, under hair crop in right; also
cattle JT on left ribs, crop and split in left ear.
Is Absnlutely PURE b
under half crop in right.
H if Elliott, Narrow s, horses, Th combined on
will OUTWEAR alhfo
left stifle; cattle Th com Dined on left hip; ear
mark, upper slope on eat h ear. watils on chin
and bell collar.
// your local flail, r
Sylvester Smith, Narrows, horses. Htion right
leg; cattle V bar, earmark, under half crop and
ry it write to us and «■,
short over slope in each ear Jughandle and
you yet it.
P G Smith, Burns, horses, quarter circle 8 on
right hind leg and left shoulder; cattle, quarter
W. P. Fuller A Co. Portia for the
circles on either hip; earmark, crop off right
ear, split in under side of left; two dewlaps.
A E Young. Burns, horses, Y on left leg and
J-i connected on right shoulder; also boot on
left shoulder; cattie, rocking chair on left hip;
earmark, right ear drooped down, left cut slop
ing towards head on upper side; wattle ou lef
" the biggest » enhatpl * »vitiiJS
side of neck; all aninyils 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)
ou left shoulder; cattle, same on.left side; mark
crop oft left ear, short overalope in right.
John Craddock, Silvies, horses, 8-8 on the left
shoulder; cattle, 8 8 on right side; mark, crop The smallest Btereoseim* with the
oft right ear, swallow fork In left, dewlap ou optical effect Highly tiuished In diiMi
ora with rleli gold und I liver derasS
W.K Smith. Burna, cattle, XI on right side: (mountings). Includlim .uv F. PI.... by the
mark, split, in right ear, wattle on nose.
View» of art (genre). PHI. E . iXtY u
G Hudspeth, Burns, cattle, scissors on right Sent everywhere prepaid io Mier lorn | ever !
side; mark, crop and split in each ear.
Simon Lewis, Burns, cattle SI. on right side,
mark, crop and underbit in left ear, crop and
under halt crop off right.
FORREST BUILDING sorted
-./ h bn W.!!Ze,1L Burn>. horses. W bar uu right
«‘»fie; cattle, diamond bar on left hip; mark;
a single rin
split in each ear, wattle under chin.
MeV^,uy’ Bur,‘"» horses, reverse L on
eft stifle; cattle, «9 on left hip: mark, metal tag
iu each ear W ith full name aud add res
hor,e®’ LK on right stifle; rattle
118 I S.
derbl" i W k M«“11 ' ,' r O'’' "P,* rb “ *" d
JOHN W . GEARY
L. Woldenberg Jr„ Agtr.
P) ONEEJ -t,1:
UJall Paper 13 eents
single ’ oil and UP.
° ADDRESS OE MEMBERS.
Bureaus $8 and
READ THE MARKET NEWS
ing Iron Beds
The Oregon Daily Journal. and Couches
low as $1 1.50
8* 8. WILLIAMS,(5,„
Sccu Additloni.1 K«ward.
Many New Lineswill be added as
soon as teams can get but.
First-class accom^ I
Sood eating station». at J
distances along tlle ,
The Hurney County Live Stuck Aasueiation
will pay Five Hundred Dollar* Reward for the
and conviction of mv peraon or peraona who
kill, steal or drive ort’ any horaea, niulea or
cattle belonging tu any member uf the Aaaoci**
tion. The County Court aiao offers an add!
tiuiia reward of Five Hundred Dollara.
W. B. J ohnson . Pres
A rchie M< (low an , Sec’y, Burna, Oregon.
BRANDBA N d
A right .Id.
bea.l with bar'nn.’l’er o'n’lJft [.'nnected, «pear
h«lf cr.ip in en< tl ear
hlp' m<rk upper
stifle i,nearh*»r horses same brand on/eft
p»a.«a »11 payable m e»»h. No cacva»-
»lag repaired Give referaace» .n-i »n_
Add' ",1,Jd,,re,wd "•’»P'-d enve'„pe 'rSl'b”7
| Diamond on,bRj.?hi?*'
"> left, - rop and
(on left hind leg
kli * r ht horses same
A Manager of th« Frrlod.
Walter Kennedy wrv
Eger of n prominent theater in 1^
lent, asking for hi» open '‘H*,,
Week in the followingr- p- -
•on,” “Othello,” "Virginia’
“Damon and Pythias, an
the «newer; “Waiter K-
‘.T k .
Sir: I must *»y that I bar- - t-r 1
of but two of tin
your company. Saw -on v 1* ' u,—
■raaeum here not long l*-'-
fake chains, and Othc'.-o
tart winter at the opp -
. i ¿oe «
They eay he ia a g< "d setw* ' « '
care about playing I'T
bouse, as I cater to t! verf 1 ’ g |
•edieoem, and‘then I npn f b j
would like a show with ah '
1 want »how» with plenty
•nd dancing, aoubrettea anu ■ - .
With funny gags That a
St Louia OtobwDW**