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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1904)
TBE BURNS FURNITURE CO
THF- NEW YORK WORt I)
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atrong « igar ui'-'ice'.- ly.
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witb tho t
“I watt ti.iuHH.g ot a fri ud ot mina
“Always writcs, i ■ ver ai¡ s iuk huo
eever g i ■ ■
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1901
Hix Months ..
Is at the Old Stand selling cheaper
than you can run the risk ol laying
it down here from any catalogue
house in America.
States has ever known since i860
And it is the most
The man witli thv n.< ei.-chuum pi» •
Which will it he, Parker and
«lniok l..s l.i ad.
or Roosevelt and Fair-
‘‘Wbat il" yr>u tbink Ot it?” 1
‘‘Ili.ci tly L uì . v.Lai tothu:.. «>f it banks? Nlobody knows yet, but
He's j. ■ ,j i.> i -' ■ .uh that I know
cf, mal x » r « v. v• t . ......... licatea that he The Thrice-a-Week World will
fi.r a record.” —CJiicegv teli you promptly, fully and truth
fully every movement of a hot and
I’rell. ’ er Off.
. u New nanip
nt the top of than hopes, and it has always been
ing tier first
ns.m upon the the effort of The Thrice-a-Week
friendly tnli if
family of nn <>M v lower.
World to tell the thing that has
v. as at bom«', one of
Only the fill
exactly as it happened.
the girls beh:; r :.! i nt on a visit to the
v ! ■ had been married Thus you can judge for yourself
ether Ki '
during the | t win' r. Naturally the
and form your opinion.
talk till in il ■ :he «laughters.
There is also a great war going
“Yes.” M I 1! fnii.er; "Mary made
I bit I dun’ know's I'll
out real w< i
on in the East, where The World
Kitchen Furnishing twill he one of our specialties, and your kitch
„■lb off. There’s a
young r :
1 eonilii here steady has a brilliant staff of correspond en mill be ready to go into and cook a meal
■ :ri he's no further ents in the field, and their reports
now for 1
flor twill the Parlor, Bedroom and Hall be overlooked in any detail.
are found regularly in the columns
We buy as cheap as anyone and
will sell as cheap as anyone, there-
lore, our prices must, and will be
right. A call will convince you.
"That ’e v. bt I he eaya. ’
Attorney General ....
A. M. Crawford.
Geo. E. Chamberlain.
beerei ary oi Stale
F. I . lumbar.
C. 8. Moore.
Supt. Public Instruction.
J. H. Ackvrman.
.. J. K. Whitney.
i K. S. Bean.
./ (J. Wolverton
> F. A. Moore
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Deputy Dist Atty
Geo. E. Davis
J w McCulloch
..... ..... C II Leonard
Circuit Court meets the Third Mouday in
April and Fourth Monday in October.
Joint Representative................................. J L3itz
................ J L. Rand
School Superi plein lent.
The tickets are now
and the most interesting Presi
Many New Lineswill be added as
soon as teams can get but.
H. C. Levons
J M I laiton
J. E. Loggan
M E Rigby
J A Vest
.... IC T Miller
(W L Best
of The Thrice-a-Week World.
regular subscription price is only
$i.oo per year, and this pays for
County Court met is the first Wednesday in
January, March. May, July, «September am!
We offer this
Titnes-1 lerakl together
HAKNKY U. H
Chairs $1 and up,
Hockers, |2 and up,
Iron beds $5 75 and up,
Ladies Desks |8 up
Music cabinets $5 up,
Spring beds $4 up,
Extension Tables (good ones) at $7 75, up
Mattresses, excelsior, wool, and floss, $2 50, up
The regular subscription
of the two papers is $3.
BURNS LODGE No 47 A. O. U. W.
Meers every second and fourth Friday.
A. < . Welcome, M. W.
<’. N. Cochran, Recorder.
ORDER of wahaington .
Meets every first hik I third Friday, in Brown
’ . P. Rutherford, Presidon
Pearl Vulgamore, Secretary.
SYLVIA REBEKAH DEGREE No.43.
Meetsevery I h I hik I 3d Wednesday.
Flora Ilagey, N. G.
G. Smith, Rec. Hec’y.
If a female fox (vixen) gets caught
in a steel trap and Is discovered by
the male «■ fox dog, it is said be inva
riably kills her, nlthough I have not
heard It stated that the vixen would
kjll the dog fox or another vixen or the
male another male.
If a cow becomes Impaled on a fenc*
and groans with pain, tlie whole herd
instantly rush wildly to the spot, tight
and apparently do their best to destroy
her ff not beaten off.
A hog confined with others In a peD
breaks out and on being returned to
the pen Is nt once set mioii and bitten
by the others.
Why, with all the instinct animals
possess, Is the desire so strong to In-
Jure or destroy rather thnn to help or
rescue?—New York Sun.
CXlall Paper 13 eents
ingle ? oil and UP.
A MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
connection where we will make you anything
from a wooden knitting needle to “double
deck” wood rack. Call! Never too busy to
every days a full and truthful re talk or furnish estimates.
S. W. MILLER,
Journal stories and co«»«- pages
and other good things mt’ke it a
clean and bright from A to Z and
W. .1. COLEMAN,
six months, $2.25; three
B urns , - O regon .
Office !u Citizens Bank Building.
104 issues, one
W. L. MARSDEN,
JOHN W. GEARY
MARSDEN & GEARY.
The issues of tne
Phone No. SO l’ortl nd
The Masher I iocs your sister know i Weekly........... '
I am out here waiting for her?
The Boy -Oh, yes! She gave me a
Jenny to tell her who you lui<l gone.—
OCEAN and RIVER SCHEDULE
tine of Many.
of the health of your children.
Look out for Cough, Colds, Croup
and Whooping Cough. Stop them
iu time—One minute Cough Cure
less and pleasant. Sold by Burns’
Officv first door west of Bank.
attorney - at - law .
Ortica one door north
of French Hotel
B urns ,
J. W RIGGS,
ATTORN ER AT LAW.
Mothers Be Careful.
t to I
O regon .
Biggs & Biggs
nutcher Are you sure that yout
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW.
Rev A. J. Irwin will preach at
Btvther said a pound of the tough,'»!
«tank I have In niy shop?
Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
“Yes, 'cow father lie's got poor teeth, month at 11a. m. and 7;30p. m.
Practice in all the courts of Ore.
nad If I takes back tender steak he’ll
the lot. l>ut If It's tough the rest Sabbath school every sabbath at 2 Collections promptly made.
as will 'ave a chance of getting p. m.
START A BUSINK S OF YOUB 8 p ui
All sailing dates sub
jcct to change.
4 p. Bl.
For San Francisco
every 5 days.
Our new hook entitled “ 40 M oney 8 p. in
M aking I deas ” is worth its weight in | Ex Sun ' To Astoria ano Way-
gold to every man who wants to start a
, . .
10 p. w.
legitimate, paying mail order tusiness. I___ ___
It tells yon what to do and bow to do i
Oregon City, New
Send us 50c today! 6 a.
berg, Salem ami Way
and we will send you the book, and a Exce
valuable nn i th v loarnai on ■ veai free
U enti r > I’t m.isni' , . <.. i,«>x 73,
Willamette A lamhlll
< a. tn.
H er > n L as r
Forest Reserve Scrip
6 a. tn
B urns .
11 wav a tnD* utK^mt.rtable f
Jonev. twit then be tarmi „r fv«.
O regon .
Preaching s»rvb , s at the Baptist
church every 1st are! 2nd Sunday»,
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
school every Sondby ¥.» tl a. in.
prayer iiuetiug every Thursday B, kn '.................................... O hegon
< ,'llrr.iun«. Lan.l bn.iu»w, al„j Re,| I
►•«tatomeswr p»«ntHvaUeì»ded lo"
DeWitt’s S» Salve
and weak people strong by giving tj
bodies l II of the nourishment that II *
talned tn the food they eat.
oalr. J1.00 Stu holdlnt iH tuoM*«
Ms»« which sells for 50c.
? to B. c. ».»in < tt.
W D Harney, Burns, horses, bell A on left stifle
«ttle, same on left hip; mark, crop off and
4 p. m. ' •pltt
In right ear, swallow fork in left; cattle,
Except LA on left hip; mark, swallow fork in both ears!
J c Creasman, Burns, cattle, JY combined on
«‘nd Silt“ n k‘ft'>; ni*rk' Cr°P *"d
ihoulderFk’ í'ar^<>w,’ I10™®». *>« C' on the left
h<’r”’" br*"ded cv on
4:30 p m
c«ttle, « on leftjhlp and
,kwi rlb.8, n,arli> smooth crop in each ear, bell
Sunday. wattle; horses, 41 on leit stifle.
M’ antkd --T rustworthy min and
women to travil.and advertise for old
»stabiiabed ;hon»e of solid fiocanial
atanding. Salary. 1780 a year and ex-
p«n»»i, all payahi» in caah. No eaovae-
aiag required Give references and en-
eloa» »elf addressed .«’amped envelope.
Addrasa Manager. 345 Caxton Bldg
I RAUB n*
v vr v
<J»Rkiern,iaJ1’ Ri,e/2 horse brand bar F
left shoulder or stifle; also Y J (J making
3:30 p m •nher
Lian?? p,aee oron ,eft
»ar f on left shoulder or ribs; mark two uDder-
Oregon City, Dayton
•its in left and cne iu right; also two uuderbita
1’arst <k Woldenberg Jr.. Burns, cattle three
ingles on right hip; mark crop off each ear-
1 lorses same brand od right stifle.
4:30 pm i Geo >haw. Burns, cattle Braud G8 on light
. earmarks square crop iu both ears with
Portland Corvallis Tuesday ,* 'H'
iiulerbit in left, also crop and underbit in right
and Way-Landings. Thurs A B ■nd upper half crop in left; horses G S on right
H Kelley. Burns, horse brand circle ft, also F *
"MAKES PROPER DICT*
of all nervous strain (InO
the heart a full, free and untraaaw
action, nourishes the nervous sy»t»» ■
feeds the brain.
A Egll, Egll, horses, .« on left stitie; cattle,.«
on right tup; mark, upper half crop off right ear.
J W Biggs, Burns, horses, OK ou left stifle.
H B Simmons, Narrows, horses,THI.combin-
binedon left stifle; cattle, circle U on left ribs-
mark crop and under half crop in left ear, un
ilcrbit iu right, dewlap nuder throat.
J«>el II Howard, Burns, horses, bar 11 on left
"-k. crop off
H. B. Compson-
'b» hai d;
I i*t app
tn addition loth«
alwive 1 offer V-oO
under the same rou-
«litioiiH for horses
baron both or either
jaw recordeft in H
Harney, l ake and
sold. Horses sold ”1
most important ja
to pass through this
ment of the age <n the
section will be re
ported in this paper, penmanship ma) e8 the J,
write or telephone
The Times lierait
I, Burns, Ore.
a splendid penman in a f
W . W. BROWN, File Oregou.
by the use of this ring. |■
Fetor lemensf Burns, horaes« PC on leftstt*
fie; cat! ie same on either hip; eai marks crop . by prominent College pt,'
and split iu left car, swallow fork an dsquare
and Boards of Education in i
under bit in right.
M Fenwick, Burns, horses, double dot vertic and America. Sample
al bar on left shoulder, cattle, I. on right hip
earmarks, two underbits in each ear; also som sorted sizes sent |„l8t pai(lf J
branded bar T on rigid ribs; earmark, unde smglu sample 25c.
half crop in left car.
J 11 Bunyard, Burns, cattle, 7 on left hip; ear a single ring, state wln therf.
marks, crop off’ left ear, swallow fork iu right. woman, or child.
J 1* Withers, Harney, horses, combined TJP
on left shoulder; cattle, half circle cross on
PENN MEG. SUPPLY ft
either hip: earmarks, upperbit iu right tar, un
derbit in left.
No. 118 S. Fourth Street, PttILABEt?
Martin Bros,, Burns, cattle, double dot hori
zontal bar on either hip; earmarks, upperbit in
right ear, swallow fork in left, wattle on right
jaw; also some branded circle N on right side
O L Shingledeeker. Burns, horses, 5 on lef
shoulder; cattle, 5 on right side and hip; ear
marks, crop oil right ear, crop and under half
crop off left.
Fred Denstedt, Burns, horses, FD on the left
shoulder; cattle Fl) on left side; earmark, un
der half crop in each car.
R J Williams, Riley, horses, CB on the left
8 lion bier; cattle, C B on left hip; earmarks, crop
off left ear, under half crop off rigid, wattleuu-
der chin; also cattle branded H8, crop and un
derbit in left cur, under hah crop in right; also
cattle JT on left i ll.s, crop ami split in left ear.
Is Absnlutely PURE, at(
under half crop in right.
H H Elliott. Narrows, horses, Th combined on
will OUTWEAR all otfcH
left stillc; eattic Th eonioiued on left hip; ear
mark, upper slope on each ear. wattle on chin
ami bell collar.
If ijour local di al, r dore i , h
Sylvester Smith, Narrows, horses, IISon right
leg; cattle V bar, earmark, under half crop and
rv it write to as and ire will >■
short over slope in each ear jughandle ami
you gel it.
F (i Smith,"Burns, horses, quarter cfrcJe M on
* G). I orllaitl
right him! leg and left shoulder; cattle, quarter • ’ •* -
circles on either hip; earmara, crop oil rhtH Suca•• • • * ••••••••• • • •••
ear, sj»lit in under side of left; twof
A E Young. Burns, h.i,«
doubler: «!•<> lwot <>u
led shur1 J~‘i
Ge, rocking chair on left hip;
..„..iiWrK, right car drooped down, left cut slop
ing towards held on upper side; wattle on lef
•*THB BtUOKST SENHATIOS KVKIAV
side of neck; ail animals dehorned.
C 1’ Rutherfurd, Burns, cattle, bar 2 on left
side; earmark, under half crop right ear; horses
bar 2 on left shoulder.
Thus Wingfield, Burns, horses, ® (chainlink)
on left shoulder; cattle, same on.left side; mark
crop off' left ear, short overslope in right.
John Craddock, Silvios, horses, S-S on the left
shoulder; cattle, S-S on right side; mark, crop The smalleRt Stereoscop? with the stroi
off'right ear, swallow fork in left, c’ewlap on optical effect Hlglilj liidshed in dfffereil
ors with rich gold mid silver d
W E Smith, Binns, cuttle, XI on right side: (mountings). Including .'0 V. F. Phot<
Views of art (genre!. 1‘Rl E ONLY ill
mark, split iu right ear, wattle on nose.
prepaid in letter form.
G Hudspeth, Burns, cattle, scissors on right Sent everywhere
AGEN IS W \ \ i RD.
side; mark, crop and split in each ear.
Simon Lewis, Burns, cattle HL on right side,
mark, crop ami underbit in left ear, crop and
under half crop off right.
John Witzcll. Burns, horses, W bar on right
stifle; cattle, diamond bar on left hip; mark;
split in each ear, wattle uniter chin.
I) M MeMetiatny, Burns, horses, reverse L on
left stifle; cattle, f>'.) on left hip: mark, metal tag
in each ear With full name aud addres
Varien Bros., horses, LF on right st 1 fie; cattle
1.1’ on right hip; mark, crop, upperbit aud uu-
derbit In right ear.
KODOL digests what you eat
J A W illiams, Van, horses, 71 baron stifle;
cattle, liar I Lon left ribs; mark, underbit in left
ear, under slope in right.
KODOL O,“1U4’' purifies, strettito
II Elliott, Burns, horsts, H4 combined on left ■ ■
and sweetens the stornici.
on left side; mark, uuderbit in
spilt iti lialf lower part lopped
cure« Indigestion, dyspepii.u
doWn again»! Bide oi head.
«tomach end bowel trouble
us johiiBon, Van, homes, SJ on left shoulder:
cattle, bj on leit hip; mark, crop and under
the action of the rv
half crop In right ear, uaderblt in left.
KODOL trie glands and
gives ton» to k
C J JoniiBon, Riley, cattle, O tar on left nip;
markB, swallow fork tn right ear, split in left.
" ,H Johnson, cattle, J K combined on left hip;
,nd ““'’v' KAnm. rellevea an overworked t'-oto
n left stifle; also K on left shoulder.
Forest reserve scrip, in tracts of 40
F 8 Miller, Burns, horses, dumb-bell on left
acres aid upward, ready for immediate Leave
carle same on left hip.
I use and guaranteed.
w M Stuart. Burns, cattle, 7 L on right hip
1:20 a tn Riparia to Lewiston. 3:30 am" lark uuderbit In right ear, dewlad ou brisket
W ill buy soldiers’ land warrants given
ores brand.7 L on left stifie.
for serviet*» in all Indian wars ami Mex
F G Bluwit- A Hon, Burns, cattle 51 ou left hip
mark, crop in left under half crop in right ear
ican and War ol 1S12
on le.t jaw; "horsee, 61 on left stifle.
A N. H oar ,
E ¡’Sylvester, Burns, cattle C on left^hlp.
Roy McGee, Burns, cattle AD connected left
A. L CRAIG,
< 'lias. 11. I A'onmxt.
’t, Portland. Oregon hip, mark crop off left upper bit iu right ee»:
A ttorney - at - i aw .
•1« RSRCUHR ShOC
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
horses, same left shoulder.
A. L. MOHLER. President.
I Iovine services the third and fourth Careful attention given to CoHer*
Frank Mci’lintock, Burns, Me connected on
both hips: horses left stifle.
lions and Real Estate matters
Sundays of each month at 11 a. m.
J H Anderson, Monument, cattle a right side
and hip- horses X right stifle.
and 7:30 p ni. fabbath school nt
J P Ferre, Burna, cattle JP connected, spear
head with t<r under on left hip. mark tipper
H) a. tn. every Sabbath morning.
half crop in each ear; horses same brand on left
L. Woldenberg Jr., Agent
Ssou Additional Reward.
Sunday school at Harney the <1. A. R«naau>
V. W. Paaantt
first Sunday of each month nt 10
PARRISH & REMBOLD,
o'clock a tn. On the second, third
Burns (and Canyon City,) Oregon.
anil fourth Sunday of each month
Alli prarilce In the ,-ourta <>( llam.-v an4
I al 3 o’clock p til. Preaching ser- «raut counties mid in the supreme court »»I i I m >
state, and also In U.S. land office.
! vice »very second Sunday at 8 p tn.
BRANDS ,,M) F. O. ADDRESS OF MEM HERS.
tv A t ampl.ell, Narrows, horses, NCcombined
on left KlK.ul.l,
cattle, |IU.- Nc combined ou
left Hhoulder; mark, Upper half crop In left ear.
Job" Hmo, Burns, horses,211 on left shoulder;
< attic, 2lt on right hip or side: mark, crop off
eacli ear, hole in right.
: M™ 1
litiglict, Warm Springs, cattle, ear
lock on leftside; mark, wattle under chin.
Jolin Hipsman, Burns, horses, OJ on the left
shoulder; cattle. OJ on right side; mark, spilt In
left ear, two unoerblts in right.
Sam King, Burns, cattle, 87on left hip; mark
<n-op ami uuderbit In each ear, wattle on left
B urns , O regon .
Office upstairs in Voegtly Building.
Salt Lake,Denver, Ft.
Worth, Omaha, Kan
sas City, St. Louis,
Chicago and East.
St: Paul Walla Walla, Lewis
E st Mail ton, Spokane, Minne 12:35
145 apolis, St. Pau), Du- a. m.
uth Milwaukee, Chi
cago r.nd East.
W. C. BROWN,
□ne . h
Alt RI VE
i Atlantic Salt Lake,Denver.Ft,
Express Worth, Omaha, Kao
2:10 sas City, St. Ijouis p m.
Chicago and Fast.
Office tlrat <loor east of The CIHzeui Bank.
From Huntington Ore
L. E. Hibbard
for both papers:
The Times-Herald clubs with H. 8. Brownton
»<■> U nion P acific
Physicians and Surgeons.
the Journal at the following rates
S. 8. WILLIAMS, Gen Mp
LILIPUT STERIOSCOPE GO
S hort iiNF
Stenographer ami Notary Public
Semi-Weekly and eekly Journ
popular family newspaper,
year’s end to year’s end.
Daily, one year by mail, $4;
good eating stations at
distances along the ruule""
The Harney County Live Stuck Association
will pay Five Hundred Dollars Reward for the
nml conviction of nnv person or persons who
kill, steal or drive oir any horses, mules or
cattle belonging to any member of the A Mod •
tion. The ('ountv Court also offers an addi
tior a reward of Five Hundred Dollars.
W. B J ohnson . Fres
A rchie M< G owan , Sec’y, Burns, Oregon.
The Jouanal’s woman’s page, the
al also contain the market news Office at residence.
and all of the features of the Daily
illustrated sportlang news page.
port of tne world’s news and pre
sents many special features of deep
interest to the average reader.
The only through
transfer route frouj ¡C
in the live stock, grain, provisions,
.Taller—T«.e rules of this prison allot,
• «lay’s recreation every year to prison produce and financial markets—
ers, end it's your turn tomorrow.
the quotations are comprehensive,
Convict- -All right, boss. If you don',
are in every way reliable.
nil nd, I’d like a nice cross country run
The Journal in addition carries
at 6:30 a m. Arrive,s‘'
ly from Onturio at 5
Bureaus $8 and
READ THE MARKET NEWS
ing Iron Beds
The Oregon Daily Journal.
Nothing is omitted that concerns
low as $1 1.50
the interest of buyers and sellets
HAKNKY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday
J. W. Buchanan, N. G.
F. (). Jackson, Secretary.
W. C. BY RD, MANAGER
W H Mayfield. Burns cattle, EX either hip er
side, mark crop and split iu left ear under Slope
in right; horses EX left shoulder.
J W Shown Harney, rattle U8 left,hip mark
crop and two splits in right ear: horses LS left
D H Smyth. Smith, cattie triangle, bare, HB
contiected, CC any place; horses same
Frank Matnev, Burns, cattie, quarter circle
DUmoud on either hip; mark, under halterop
in left, ..pH' i under bit in right: horses same
on left hind leg.
..re two very finely pref*’’
skeletons of big snak«>s In the
al museum in Washington, snd
making them ready for l'xl,'w'!l1" ,
utmost pains were taken to pro*
the cartilaginous extremltle’ of
ribs, which with ordinary ,r'’* j1'
are lost. Witbout these little P
of cartilage the serpent » skel't«*
hardly be said to !*• cvtni1' '• '
tnurh aa they are the feet upu" "»jd
the reptile walks, as It Wen
a snake walks on the end» ■’* ■
end In that manner achieve«
Some big serpents, howwrr. ■
boa» anti pythons, real!? '-1'*
legs, though lhe.V are quite re
ry. Pythons, you know a-* "
ers, crushing their prey n ' . . ^»r
They have no poison gl.ti«“
ran bite terrifically wit'-' ,!
teeth, which turn Inward II
so that a pitson once
have little chance of dir- ---
self save by chopping off the