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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1904)
Victory White Bronze Monuments
denied that United States Attorneys it hangs al the Borne Meat Market
Hall and Heney had promised him It gives one an idea of what a ripe or
The local agent, M L Lewis, has
immunity '< n. punishment, and prime beef is, as well as demonstra
received notice from 1 he
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1904.
predicted the indictment of Senator
Bronze Co, of Bridge-1
Mitchell and Congressman Her can produce suet, stull' and finish it
\\ bite Bronze has
mann. Si id Mr McKinley, in an right at home The laok of trans
Due Year ............................................
swer to a question asking how he portation, of course, would prevent
the shipment of such animals at
became involved in the frauJs:
Three Months ...
“It’s a pretty long story, but— this time, but it shows where the
know. Land laws money is in raising beef cattle. A
>1 anager oh, well, you
White Bronze was in direct
were pretty lax down there, ana comparison of this carcass with that
well, anyway you can safely put a usually found on the block in this competition with the great Marble
The state legislature meets one
bet down that frauds have been city shows quite a contrast. It amt Granite Quarries of the world
week from next Monday and if committed, all right, and just be would be w<ll for slock men to view and won all the ho >ors. Such suc
all the proposed bills should pass tween you and me. indictments this mamoth steer and gel an idea cess speaks volumne to" U bite
Bronze as the only Monuments
and become laws the people ot are apt to be turned against Mitch about fattening beef for home cun
ell and Hermann.’'
the state would be truly up against
Tomorrow all who call at the
“How extensive were these land
it. There are measures, how
Burns Meat Market will be given ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ,
frauds?1’ asked the reporter.
ever, that should be passed
“They reached out pretty exten a peice of this big beef for their
among them being some looking sively, I till you,” declared Mr New Year dinner. Messrs Kaiser
Notice is hereby given that the
to the improvement of stock inter McKinley. ' They have been going & Felton desire all to get some of undersigned Administrator of the
ests and would tend to adjust pre on there, you know, for years, and the monster and hope their friends Estate of Jack Dunstan, Deceased,
sent range conditions.
some people you would never sus will not be backward about coming. did on Saturday the 17 day of
Representative Sitz of this pect’ would never dr am of, have The steer was raised and fed by December 1904 file his final ac
count in the above named Estate,
couily has gone to his post of been getting the long end of it Win. Hanley.
and by order of the Hon. H. C.
duty and will work, dilligently for right along. Those very same pen-
Levens, Judge of the County Court
the interest of his constituents. pie should have protected us. but
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Harney County, State of Oregon.
Among the matters he is mostly instead they endeavored to make
Monday the 23d dav of January,
us the scapegoat, and that, you
interested is relief for the stock
Do you want blacksmith coal? The O. 1905 was appointed as the day for
know, doesn’t always pay.
C. Co. is headquarters.
men. The proposition of raising
hearing objections to said binal
“This thing will shake tilings up
the salaries of various officers in
Better resolve not to break your Account.
politically in great shape If they
this county may be considered indict Mitchell and Hermann, and resolutions before making them to
All heirs, creditors, and all other1
closed, if he takes the expression the Government officers say they morrow.
persons interested is said estate arej
of those attending the meeting certainly will, then that means the
Stock Inspector Vest in the city hereby notified to appear on the,
here on the 23rd as the senti- end of the Mitchell party in Ore from his home in the •southern part said 23rd day of January 1905, at-
of the taxpayers all over the coun gon, as the Senator has controlled of the county. He is a guest at the the County Court room in the city I MM#
of Burns, in the Comity of Harney j
ty. The Times-Herald believes politics there for years. And I Burns
that the salaries of some of the notice, as a general thing, that
Haines and Nelson have received
officers should be raised iir order when the government starts out to a handsome lot of svatches, clocks objection to said report if any they
to conform with the amount given do a thing, it gets away with it.”
and silverware suitable for wedding have
Dated this 19th day of Dec 1904.
“Well, how <!o you expect to get and Christmas presents. You
other officers. This, however,
James 11. Dunstan.
should have been left to a larger out of the trouble?” asked the re should see them.
Administrator of the estate of Jack
body of taxpayers than those at
The “city dads” passed a new or-1 Dunstan Deceased.
“That is something hard to tell,
tending the meeting.
ilinanee at a special meeting held i
of course," lie replied slowly.
There are persistent rumors
“The prosecution said they would
that Mr. Sitz will introduce an appreciate any information we traffic of liquor within the corporate j
amendment to change the present i would give, and that’s all they did limits.
charter of Burns, but we can find Isay, and to tell the truth, we don’t
W. II. Culp will deliver beef! Notice is hereby given that the
nothing definite in regard to the ! know how to bank on it. The within 5 miles of his ranch on ! co-partnership heretofore existing
matter, what the proposed change I Portland papers declare we have l’oison creek at the rate of 5 cents j betweon Lloyd Johnson and Harry
will be or who has proposed 1 ' been promised immunity from pro I per pound for front and G cents Cary, at Lawen, Oregon, under the
firm name of Johnson *fc Cary, has
it. z\n opportunity to meet Mr. secution, but that is not so. The per hind quarter.
dissolved by mutual consent,
has not promised us a
Sitz and discuss any changes that ¡Government
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Buchanan Harry Cary retiring from the firm.
spent a few days in our city this Lloyd Johnson is responsible for all
might be desired was given, but single thing.”
week, the guests of friends. Joe has
very few availed themselves of this
will be indicted, when do yon think become somewhat of a stranger the firm debts and all accounts due
chance, and so far as the writer can
the fir*» are payable to Harry
it will emit ?”
here. He informs us his father Cary.
learn nothing touching upon the
“Kight away. It would not sur and mother are making tb*>i* home
subject of the charter of Burns
prise us at all if thev were tried with him this winter and are both
was brought up.
during the next term of court ”
enjoying good health.
Dated Dec 1, 1904
It is possible that the present
Men and boy’s wool hats’cheap—
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
! Mr. Hickman Staples and Miss
charter can be improved but it [
should not be the work of a few i
young people of Ontario, will be
individuals to make these changes.
Borns Lodge, No. 97, A. F. & A. married at the home of V. B.
If the charter needs amending M. and Borns Chapter No 40 (). E Staples in this city this evening at
every citizens in the city should | S. held a joint installation at their S:30 o’clock The ceremony will be
Wh ere one can find a fine assortments
have a voice in the matter. While hall in thjs city Tuesday evening performed by Rev. Thos Spight
the people here neglected the op Dec 27. The ceremonies were wit Jr.—Democrat.
F. J. HARRISON, Propt.
portunity to meet Mr. Sitz and nessed by a large crowd of mem
One of the pleasant features of The wide-spread popularity of STEVENS RIFLES,
PISTOLS and SHOTGUNS emphasizes the degree of
thereby forfeited their right, to a bers and triends. The regular cere the holiday gatherings of the past perfection
embodied in our sterling make. You will find
certain extent, to kick, still he I monies were interspersed by sev week was a banquet tendered by wherever there is Hunting.
•• LT’S A
SHAMPOOING, Ete. j
should not introduce such a bill
equivalent to Laying
laying GUARANTEED FOR QUAL
Were selected with a view to
j Prof Rigby to his present and foi- is 1TY
and famous fur all essential firearm pruperti
sextet a duet by Mesdames Farre
Best of accommodations and work
without first ascertaining the wish
mer students last Wednesday even
Comfort and Reasonable prices
and Lowns and several selections
$3.00 to C150
es of a majority of the taxpayers.
ing at the Summit the new board
_ to >
by the male quartet.
Shotguns, from 7.7
Main St., Bums, Oregon
OrnOOEniES with Qualia
ing house of II. E. Smith, formerly Ask your dealer, and insist illustrated
* D on ’ t F ail to send for
atalotf. It is a
Past Grand Worthy Matron Clara
on our goods. If you i an- look of r < -.idy
the first consideration, but sold on the
the Syme. The guests had a de not obtain them,let us know and appear, to all
At the beginning of the New Marsden acted as installing nlficet
and will shipdirect.express interested i t the grand
iowest margin. Qet our prices.
spurt of sb. ting. Mailed
prepaid, upon receipt of fur 4 cents in stamps to pay
Year we should resolve to put for the Star and Hon A. W. Gowan
We, Have the Reputation of Carrying the
HIT TIIE MARK with our Rll’LE PUZZLE! This
forth greater effort toward bring fur the Masons The ollicers in The coldest Weather of the season clever
novelty will be mailed 1 REE upon request.
J. STEVENS ARMS* TOOL CO.
ing about the early development
TON MONO. Manager.
P. O. BOX 4091
of the big Harney country. Dur
PAULS. MASS, U. S. A.
‘Wa.mlxixxc’ atrkd Zrcxxlxxer XTmatly rxiaA
in this city. It begun to moderate
ing the past year considerable has M.; Tom Allen, W. I* ; Delnora
Promptly Acne ©xx Slxert XTotic®.
Gowan, A M ; Marie Carpenter, immediately and the last three days
been accomplished along this line,
Secy; Ella Sweek, Tress ; Ada
Silk Shiuils, Silk Hsnd-
but more can be done. Those Allen. eonduetresH. Emma McKin thaw acompanied by rain and snow
k«rchiefs, Liadies’ Un
in a position to observe changes ney, associate conductress; Eva It has alpuiBt spoiled the skating
dertuear, & Wrappers,
and the effects of correspondence Byrd, chaplain; Anna Brown, mar and sleigh riding much to the di
assert that many people are look shal; Julia Greeley, organist; Ella sappointment of the young people.
Main St., Burns, Oregon.
ing toward this big country with Mothershead, Ada; Lt-lah Williams,
The holiday festivities are about
a view to locating. They have llulli; Esther Schwartz, Esther; over and next Monday business r
heard of us and want to know Mabie Gowan, Martha; Ella Veog will begin again in earnest. The
more of our resources and possi- lly. Electa: Minnie Cl.'veng.w. War past week has been rather quiet for
bilities. We should work to- tier; A. C Welcome, sentinel.
this season of the year, very few
Maennie officers for the ensuing from outside points being in the
gethei along this line and allow
FRANK A. CO! E, Propt.
year: C Cummins. W. M ; N, U. city. Although this is unusual t he
no opportunity to go by to bring
Carpenter, S \\ .; I S. Geer, J. W holiday trade is reported ex op
First Class, Well
Harney county before the outside
J. ('. Welcome tress; W C Mc-
flima Iv good by out nierehaiits.
Kinnev. secy: S-.mi M 'th'-r-head,
We hive allowed people to S D ; Isaac Schwartz, J D.; John Man* priv.We tree- were erected
Centrally located, Well furnished tables,
seek iis unaided in the past and Budelmnn, W J Coleman, t. -warts; the houifs m S.iiurd iv night a
til«- little nil.-s were all 'veil pr-ivid
I am prepared to furnish my customers with the ti-Uilt
it will be many years before our \ C Welcome, Tyler.
RATES: Meals 25 cents: Rooms 50 cents.
!'igh > Liss goods and invite the public to call when d-'idfi!
ed for l b- Sunday Schools of the
Uf • a\ Ee J,
popul.ition'or business advantages
Immediately following the in Baptist an.I l’r< siiv leiian cnurvlii-s
Single Beds 25 cents.
increase perceptibly unless we slallation of the Ea-tcru Star otli- held th*’ usual exorcises ami trees,
take it upon ourselves to push Cera the Grand Marshal I'seorted and Ri-v A I Irwin held services in
StOD at ths Overland
Every individual in our section Mrs Eunice Thompson, the retiring the Pi.-sbvteriiin church both mor
I Guarantee the Goods and Prices
would be benetitted by an increas Worthy Matron, to the installing ning and evening, the choir rend, t-
Solid Gold Watches, Fancy Clocks, Jewelry of all kinds.
a few well ing appropriate music 1’aken al*
ed population. We all realize the o'r'"r’8
Silverware, Ebony ware, Cut Glass. Handpainted China a1
chosen remarks Mrs Marsden pre togeter it has been aj .you« Christ
k ost. | ake a peep at my windows.
importai ce of settling up this big
sented her with a handsome I*. W. mas time for the people of this
couniiv and introducing new busi
M. jewel ti c gift .f the ledge
ness. We want a railroad, peo
A banquet followed the ceremo
ple, capital and more energy. nies at The Burns which was well
Let us do something the coming prepared and served by mine host,
Job printing—The Times-Herald
II. F. Thompson. He was warm
ly praised by hia friemla for the
W ANTED— \ gents, Hustlers.
manner in which he served his
HIS 1ACIT CONCESSION.
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
R. R SITZ, I awen, Oregon
who wants to enjoy a good hearty
A s|>ecial from Seattle, Wash.. Io
laugh to send 5Oc for "Tips to
the Oregonian says: Horace G
GET A PIECE OF IT FREE.
Agents ’’ Worth fòt) to any per
McKinley, hare to meet an Oregon
The handsome specimen of a son who sells goods for a living.
timberman registering as George
Bulls ready for service, the get of
Sorenson, of St. Paul, acknowledg lieef steer slaughtered last week at If not satisfactory your money
ed today that O.'egon timber lamia the Hanley ranch dreaaed ItlOO back. Circular for stamp. The
had lieen secured by fraud: that he pounds and it docs one good
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
had a part in the deal; but he view portion* of the big carcass ns tur. lit.
Certified copy of pedigree
<E he ¿linus-Íuraíd.
Of every description, see
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f HRISTMflS PRESENTS.
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given with each purchase.