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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1905)
PROPOSE A TAX POR FAIR
Negative, Harry Wilbers, Agnes
Sayer, Ada Neal
The judges decided in. favor of
Song by the School. Flow Gently
As there was no business to be
transacted the meeting adjourned
It tin« been »ui'i'.-steit and is now
SATUBDAY JANI'AKY 7. 1W
being c.ni-i J.-, u bv the county
court to I*-vy ii tax fur the purpose
SlUl.Si KIPTION KATES:
of defraying the exp»'iis»-H of an ex
hibit of tlie resources of Harney
county at .the Lewis and Clark this
coining summer Various way- had
— Manager been con’idi-r« ! for raising r<
LOCAL ASI) PERSONAL
-. i for this purp'.n , but the majorly
were morn or hss objectionable
On the first page of this issue
The ii crop is being harvested
l’he matter of a tax seems the
will be found an article containing
most > »putable •vay of raising the
lioyiii waul blacknuiilli coal? The < >.
resolutions passed by the Crook money and thori- taking nn inter < ' < o. is headquartera.
association est iri tip
matter are inter-
Haines >ud Nelson have received
favoring a lease law to govern the viewing ait taxpuvera possible for
a handsome lot of watches, clocks
¿public range. The Times-Herald th»- purpose of f ¡oiling the senti- and silverware suitable for wedding
Has always opposed such a mea merit. So far it has met with uni and Christmas presents.
sure as it believes it would be de versal approval of all who have should see tbemr
N’o action will
terminal to the resident stockmen been approached
Geer »tCummins have received an
instead of a benefit, espei ¡ally the likely I"' taken by the court before elegant line of chinaware, glassware
smaller growers. It is possible Monday and io th»* meantime every water sets, wine sets, vases, etc.
the public range could be equit one possible should Im consulted These goods are the finest ev-r dis
Tliis is a matter t|i..t all should
ably proportioned but such would
played in this citv and must be
i take an interest in. If there are -i ».'ii to l><: appreciated.
not likely be the case aud it would
objections tb>-court wants to know
lie found that tlie big stock con-
Tlie County Court this morning
it and if you favor th« plan it is
< erns would control all the range your duty to giv. expression. Tak» appointed N'ewt Hoover road mast
finally, retard the settlement and i an active part in tin* affairs of your er for the southern district for the
development of the West whi le | county and help it advancement. coming year and Dan \ arien road
master for this road district. J. A.
thousands of prosperous homes
Vest was re-appointed stock inspec-
THE I.CCKY ONES.
could be made. A law to pre
for f he year.
vent outside stock from entering
gave awav the
J. L. Gilchiist, a prominent
a county or state where the own
ers have no real estate and pay no 20 premiums ndv» i ti.-<-d by them at stockman of C rook County, has
taxes would be far more satisfac Locher’« hall hist Saturday even- been in this city for several days
| ing. l’he plan to give thene prize« this week, the guest ot Commiss
tory and we believe would result
to cash purchaHorM haw proved quite ioner Best
Mr. Gilchrist visited
in improving range conditions,
* popular ami thin well known firm
ago and finds
'l’he glass oi* the public range of
I han again prepared to give away
things somewhat changed since
eai h county should be reset vi d ' more on .1 uly ' I
Sen tlmir ail in
for resident stockmen and they I thin ¡HHiie 'I h* lucky tickets at that time.
might arrange among tliemseves 1 the drawing
I In ri-ny warn all persons, not to
the proportion each should have. | were: 421S, Waldo Geer, Hewlllg employ, or harbor, one Pink Becker,
No trouble will likely occur after machine. 1114, Mrs (1. 11. Dicken- a minor, aixleen-years of age, who
sm Ii an arrangement has been hoii , nteid range, 2215; Mrs. Jake left his home without my know
Welcome, dinner net; 550, J W ledge and consent. I shall collect
ThonipHon, «hot gun; 340, Mrs T nil moneys due him since Novem
Baker, gentleman’« gold watch; ber 1st. 1901
Il is cert.unly to be regretted 4395, .lap McKinnon,
that Oregon is gaining much watch; 2319, Mrs I), Cary,
parlor Westfall, Malheur County, Oregon
notoriety through the land fraud rocking chair; 1S9G, Gertrude Bar*
cases and that the public men are lies, clock 728, I A Jackflon, car-
indicted as parties to the conspira pet sweeper; * 3717,
cy. Both Senator Mitchell and Reed, violin 1510; ( has Riggs,
A. I’. COLEMAN, Propt.
Representative Hermann have students lamp; 3573, Joe Barnes,
Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing
long been in public service and guitar; 3192, Chns Argali, mando-
Woldenberg, toilet net;
Hot and Cold Baths
have done much toward bettering
the conditions of our state. They 424ft, (1 W Young, silver knives
Latest Art of Massaging.
and forks; 1757, It. Anderson,
have been considered men of high
solicited. Locateti in
moquetle rug 8' 75, Francis Shelley,
honor and had the confidence of
Post office block.
cracker jar 1258,
125M, Dorcas Swick,
the people. It may be the work
Barns, • • • Oregon.
table cover; 1251, Mrs. Chester
of political enemies, to certain ex
Smith, carving set; 1284, Tom
tent, yet the prosecutor and grand A lien, silver t '¡i spoons.
jury are men who realize the res
I he Loue Star
ponsibility of bringing such charg
HIGH SCHOOL LITERARY SOCIETY.
es without having strong evidence
China George, Proprietor.
upon wInch to base them.
The Harney County High School
Cor. Main nnd B Streets.
Literary Society met again yester
day. There Were several visitor« MEALS AT AUU HOURS
present The meeting war called
Bakery in connection.
to order Ii)' l'reni dent Hamilton
Judge ami Mi s. Wm. Miller en
after the roll was called and the
A Specialty of Short Orders.
tertained a few friends at
. minutes were read the following
l alile furnished with everything
home New Veal’s eve to > watch
program was rendered
the market affords Your patron-
the dawning of the year i9°5- j
[ Song, Annie Laurie,
School i age solicited.
The fore part of the evening was I Guitar Solo.
devoted to whist and a very uni Recitation,
Ivan Jackson ———
que was ananged by whu Ii the Essay, .
Floy Thompson ' Lillig Sill iff
players found their partners nt the Recitation,
beginning of the game. Small German Dutt, Emimi Muller and
cauls were distributed among the
Fresh Bread. Pies,
guests be.u mg the names o( main Guaitette, Rub' Burrow. llelenei
Cakes X Cookies
celebrated people and in this man ' Swain, Clifford Reed, Mason Smith
net each found their partner. It
always on hand.
was quite a distinguished assenili- I more Reneiieinl to Commerce than Welcome A \ 'o.'gtly building, west
Atlirn .live, Curtis Smith. |
ol 1'riach A Donegan's saloon
Frank Th'unpeou, Harry Buck
For instance there was Presi
dent Roosevelt-Miller and Mrs
Roosevelt-Tiiseh; Senator F'air-
b.itiks-J.i, kson and Mi sEantranks
Cozad; Junge Allnow Parker-
llolland and Mrs Parkei-Carpen
ter; William Jennings Bryan-Cam
pentei ami Mis III van llyrd; Ih
<’liail" ick - Miilei
Cliailwnk Mt Kinnev ;
I levehiiid Motliei she.id and Mi*
Watch Repairing a Specialty
Cleveland Put i ington. Silas \\
Swallow XY v.itt and Mi «Swallow
At old .lorge.isen Stand
Motlieishe,id; llemy Gl.issoway
It.ivis-Xt, Kuiiic) amt Mis Davis
Holland; Coin Watson I’arre.ind
Mis Watson-Jackson, Eugene X
Del's Byrd and Mis Deln-Faire.
livin' tilassow.i' Davis XL Km
ne\ was awarded tiist prize ioi
the genii* man while William Jen
mugs Hi) an Carpenter
Carier Mint and B Sts.
with the usual luck ot the twice
presidential candidate and got
•■l*ool>y”. Mrs. W at sou-J .u k son
was given first prize for the lad
Sausages t specialty
ies and Mis. Pai kt i -(. at pentei ;
r«c ei\edtlie “booby ’»
Light refreshments weir serv
ed just before the dock struck 12
and all were in a happy mood to
welcome the New Veai
CALDWELL BARBER SHOP
The local agent, M. L Lewis, has
just received notice from The<
Monumental Bronze Co, ot Bridge
port, Conn, that W hite Bronze has
been awarded two medals, viz
Class N’o 194, Art Work in Zink
and class N’o 22OMarble, Stone and
White Bronze was in direct
competition with the great Marble
and Granite Quarries of the world
and won all the honors. Such suc
cess speaks voluinns fo- W hite
Bronze as the only Monument»
without a competitor.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Administrator of the I
Estate of Jack Dunstan, Deceased, i
did on Saturday the 17 day of]
December 1904 file his final ac
count in the above named Estate,1
and by order of the Hon. IL U. I
Levens, Judge of the County Court
of Harney County, State of Oregon.
Monday the 23d dav of January,
1905 was appointed as the dav for
hearing objections to said Final
All heirs, creditors, and all other'
persons interested is said estate are.
hereby notified to appear on the
said 23rd day of January 1905, at!
GEER & CUMMINS.
the County Court room
the city | WJkf BJ?
the County of Harney i
I B? Jk
and »State of Oregon, and file their |
objection to said report if any they
Dated this 19th day of Dec. 1904.,
James IL Dunstan.
Administrator of tlie estate of Jack
DISSOLI TION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
co-partnership heretofore existing
between Lloyd Johnson and Harry
Cary, at Lawen, Oregon, under the
firm name of Johnson & Cary, has
been dissolved by mutual consent,
Harry Cary retiring from the firm.
Lloyd Johnson is responsible for all
the firm debts anil all accounts due
the firm are payable to Harry '
Dated Dec I, 11104
Men and boy’s wool bats’cheap— [
Miller A Thompson.
l’he »t'eti rea»l »*• ?■ -UHtv <’f STEVENS RIFLES.
I i * 1 • I s ami • 111 > ILV.Nb empitasi es the degree of
. It, -i h . :
.in I in <ur sterling make. You will find
,| r.ul .• "■ Il VI. NS" At ali KDL8 RANGES and
whetevr « tlteie I* Hunting.
3 T E. V E. N S’»
-4 * GUAHAN
• * AKAN 1 1 EED
I I Y and ianiou» l. r .ili escential firearni pn*(«crties.
Ohvlnuns, Iron, 7.50 to
Ask your ik.U» r.an«l Inst 11
onourgiexl»- If you ■ » a
ui't iibtaiti lhc;u, let u-s ktui’ * I
and will«hii'illiTct. x. !■
¡>rci«*i*l, upw« r. .e»r- •
ik>N r I-
Ui .strate»i .
. ___ Tene»,
!»*-.k i f r
< > atl lovers
■ thè grand
ing. Ma iteci
lampa to ¡>ay
Beit ol accommodation* ami work
Main St., Burns, Oregon
1'1 ZLIi! Tlils
HIT THE MARK ith *....
,1.1. UJHiB request.
. lever novelty will t*c mailed I •«!
LIMBERG & MLT0N5
Where one can find a fine assortment of
J. STEVENS Al - MS 6 TOOL CO.
»\ O. BOX 4OW
Haines & Nelson
IO ol AliTEII
Were selected with a view to
Comfort and Reasonable prices
GROCERIES with Quality
the first consideration, but sold on the
iowest margin. Get our prices.
Wej.JIave the Reputation of Carrying the
TON WONfi. Manager.
I ALLJ, MASS., U. S. A.
XToxxlzxr XTeevtlar «uad
FrjmpVy den« cn Bhcrt XT otic«.
Silk Shnuzln, Silk Hand
kerchiefs, Undies’ Un |
Main St., Burna, Oregon.
FRANK A. CO1 E. Propt
First Ciess, Well
Centrally located, Well furnished tables
('em for table rooms.
ROES: Neals 25 ceils Rueiis 51 ceils.
Single Beds 25 ceils.
Stoo at th« Overland
I .on prepared to furnish m> customers with the usual
high elms good« and invite the public to call when desiring
/ Gttnranfee the Goods and Prices
Solid Gold Watches, Fancy Clocks, Jewelry of all kinds.
Silverware. Ebonyware, Cut Glass. Handpamted China at
lake a peep at my windows
KAISER & FELTON. Propt
BOI (.IIT AMi
Our Fall and Winter Clothing
ZT ID IS -Z".
Burns Meat Market
This Space is
BILLS FOR SALE
R. R SITZ, Lawen, Oregon
THF cITY DRUG STORI
Breeder of Pure Bates Short Horn Cattle.
Bulls ready for service, the get of
U»r I'atnuMft StticiM.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
F. J. HARRISON, Propt.
Watchmakers ani Opticians
Vp-lo-ilalt* i<«l> printing at reaaon-
Waterloo Prince 174,184.
FREE DELIVERY J
Certified copy of pedigree
«hen with each purchase.