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SATURDAY.JAMUARY M. 190.».
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— — — — Mnnairnr
OFFICIAL D!RE< TORY
STATE -OMKf.ON :
U. H. HetiAtoro
J. H Mitchel
C. W. Fulton.
I J. N. Williauiaon,
▲ Horney Generai
A. M. Crawford.
Geo. E ( haiiiberiaifi.
bue ret ary of -.tate
F. I . Dunbar,
c. s. Moore.
Hupt. I'ublle IiiNtructfon
J. H. Ackerman.
J. R. Whitney.
large corporal«- inti u-.
1 risible farm, livestock, merchan
dise and improvements on real es
tate must bear the burdens shirk
ed by the invisible classes of pto-
meet in Portland on .Monday,Jan
uary 23, and it is hoped that some
comprehensive law is suggested
for the consideration of the Y-gis-
lative session. The members all
seem to be in a receptive mood,
and the recommendation of the
asses: sors will not be in vain, per-
haps. East Oregonian.
THE BURNS FURNITURE CO., ..c,«,.«,*®
The tickets are now made up
and the most interesting Presi
Is at the Old Stand selling cheaper
dential campaign the United
States has ever known since i860 than you can run the risk o laying
has begun. And it is the most
it down here from any catalogue
Which will it be, Parker and
Davis or Roosevelt and Fair house in America.
banks. Nobody knows yet, but
The Thrice-a-Week World will
tell you promptly, fully and truth
fully every movement of a hot and
thrilling 1 impaign.
newspaper no-.v prints facts rather
than hopes, and it has always been
the effort of The Thrice-a-W eek
\\ orld to tell the thing that has
happened exactly as it happened.
Thus you can judge for yourself
and form your opinion.
There is also a great war going
on in tiie East, where The World
Kitchen Furnishing mill he one of our specialties, and your kitch
has a brilliant staff of correspond
en mill be ready to go into and cook a meal
ents in the field, and their reports
Nor mill the Parlor, Bedroom and Hall be overlooked in any detail.
are found regularly in the columns
of The Thrice-a-Week World.
The Thrice-a- Week World
regular subscription price is only
Chairs $1 and up,
Hockers, |2 and up,
$1 00 per year, an<i this pays for
Ladies Desks $8 up
»5^ papers. We offer this
Spring beds $ I up,
equalled newspaper and
Extension Tables (good ones) at |7 75, up
Times-Herald together one year
Mattresses, excelsior, wool, and floss, $2 50, up
foi $2 50.
The regular subscription price
of the two papers is $3.
Many New Lines will be added as
soon as teams can get out.
Bureaus $8 and
READ ÏHE MARKET NEWS
ing Iron Beds
The Oregon Daily Journal. and Couches
low as $1 1.50.
ed thill the executive committee
will hold a meeting in Denver at
the time appointed for the meet
ing of the new association, and
that m the meantime, efforts will
be made to find common ground
upon which all can stand, the de
sire being to harmonize all inter
ests. It is not likely and such ef
fort will be successful unless the
change forced through at the re
cent meeting be abandoned, it i-
too mm h like leav ing the hand
ling of your case to the attorney
for the othei fellow
1 )em< < rat.
B urns ,
and Whooping Cough
in timi—One illimité
O hkgon .
Office upstairs in Voegtly Building.
All sailing dates sub
ject to charge.
4 p. Hi.
For San Francisco
every 5 days.
AT I’ORNEY AT LAW.
For Male—Two Iota h Mix |l Ml,
simili lion««» partly furnisht»«], wo « m I
sli«»fl unti well. Good garden. A
r«»rin», ano M L. Lewis
OfTiee first door west of Bank.
\ I I OR\E\-AT-I.AR.
Offi one door north
of French Hotel
O regon .
Rev A .1 Irwin will preach nt
Uariiev the 2nd Sunday »f each
Both ()iegon and Washington
month at Ila. m. and '.'30p. in.
are now solving for better assess
Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
ment laws. The legislatures of p. ui.
both states are now discussing
it Harney the
means of reaching more property,
‘h month at 1(1
first Sued iy
umovi-ring hulden wealth and
o clock a m
e second, third
placing ..visible wealth on the as
and fourth r
ot tach month
ses'ineiit rolls. Through poor as at 3 o'clock
sessment laws all states lose mote vice
inila v at 8 p tn.
or less money, ami visible pioper-
At the Pre
ty is made to !><-ar an unjust bur
Oregon’s legislature should
l>rv in. s«-r vu
follow tlie sugestiong of Governor
Suiidavs oi each
al 11 a. 111.
Chamberlain amt pass a la« a„.
ami 7 30 P tn.
1 school at
sessing franchises and unseen ,<ml IO a m. <
intangible classes of proper!«.
i I», rvaciiin^ «t-rviti‘>-« Al the Kaptiat
The most valuahle clasaof proper
church rvrrv I «t im.l .‘mi Sunti *ya,
ty is that kind wlmli ts not visible
the privileges ami framhisvs of school every Sunt
fay at Ila tu.
the latge industries ami the pi 1- pr*yer uievimg every Ihurntlav
v.ite income and dividends from evening
I p. m.
M aking I deas is worth its weight in Ex Sun. To Astoria an-' Way- Except
gold to every man who wants to start a
1 * p. n
legitimate, paying mail order tusiness.
- ----------- I
It tells you what to do and how to do
t> a. m
Sind us 50c today
4:30 p ni
berg. Sak in and Way
and we will send von the took, and a Eicept
valuable m< i th v Ion nai «n ■ ve 1 free
Our new book entitled “ 40
1 HORN TON WILLIAMS.
Stu» the lint» of good subetantial
«hot».« nt Millur A’ rhompson's if
von ar<» looking for bargain«
OCEAN and RIVER SCHEDI LE
less and pleasant
C ent »
Bigjs \ Bigg*
P i id
11 Eli »> LA
The only through passenger and
transfer route from Burns to the
Collections promptly made.
Forest Reserve Scrip
t> a. m
Tuesday- Portland Corvallis
Thu rs Â and Way-Landing«
C. W . I’ ihRIlkM
PfiKKISH S REMBOLD,
4:30 p m
Forcet refervr -crip, in tracts of 40,
acre« aa<l upward, ready for immediate
use and guaranteed.
.Xttorno) s-at- L.iw,
1 20 a m Kiparia to Lewisfen 8:30 a ni
Will buy .¡dier«' land warrant-given
Uany«>n City Oregon.
pr*. • ,< |n thè <-ourta <»< Il arti ct an«|
< oHtrt. •
1 tn thr anprvtn* rvuri'sM ihe : ¡can and War of l*i.’
A N. H oab ,
A I. CRAIG,
tîen. Pass Ag't. Portland. Oregon
A. L MOHLER. President.
< liais. H.
A m>«vn- AT-I.AW,
nlion given to Coller-j
H. B. Compson
FORT 2 MUD OMfvOR
lions anil Real Estate matters
"MAKES PROPER DIET’’
O regon .
GKO S SIZE MOR K.
wANTB» -T rustworthy hrn ani
Sösts ta travi lB*nd «ivcrti-c far , l<i
f solid fi.
Salary *7»t) a y.-»r and ex
p«na«« all payahí» in eaah No calva»
smg rcqs r.d
O r iwow
•« .bw>«. I zthl httMnew. an«! Kral
»h al'ernied tu
DeWitt’« ra Salve
Givo cefaren - « and cn-
c I om self addrvaned «-amp-d mTe’nnc
Addrw»« Manager 3M
8. 8. WILLIAMS, Gen Mgr,
BRANDS rtND P. O. ADDRESS OF MEMBERS.
$500 Aúúiliornl Reward.
In addition to the
above 1 otter V>00
under the same con
ditions for horses
baron bother either
jaw recorded in 8
Harney, l ake and
sold. Horses sold
to pass through this
section will be re
ported in f hi • paper,
reported, pleat write or u-b phone
T he 1i imv.-Heralii, Main 324. Burns, Die.
W. W BROWN, Fife Oregon.
Peter ¡emeus, Burns, horses, PC on leftsti’
lie; < ai. e same ou either hip; eaimarka crop
anti split in left ear, swallow for k andsquare
under bit in riuht.
M Fenwi- k, Burns, horses, double dot vertlc
ui Laron left shoulder, cattle. L on right hip
< irmarkH, two underbita iu each ear; also aom
branded bar T on right ribs; earmark, unde
half crop in left ear.
J H Bunyard, Burns, cattle, 7 on left hip; ear
marks, crop oil left ear, swallow fork in right.
J P W’ithers, Harney, horses, combined TJP
<>n left shoulder; cattle, half circle cross ou
eithei hip earmarks, upperbit in right ear, un
derbit in left.
Martin Bros., Burns, cattle, double dot hori
zontal bai on either hip; earmarks, upperbit in
right t-nr, swallow fork in left, wattle on right
jaw; also some branded < ir< le N on right side
O L Shingledecker. Burns, horses, 5 on lef
shoulder; cattle, 5 on right side and hip; ear
nnirKS, crop off right car, crop and under half
crop oil left.
Fred Denstedt, Burns, horses, ED on the left
shoulder; (aide ID on left side; earmark un
der hulf crop in each ear.
tt J Williams, Riley, horses, CB on the lefr
shoulder; rattle, ( B on left hip; earmarks, crop
• i! I-ft ear under half crop off right, wattleuu-
• er chin; also cattle bramled SS, crop and un-
■ luri.it in left ear, under halt crop in right; also
cattle .11 on left ribs, crop and gpiR jn jeff ear
under half crop in rigid.
H H Hiiiott, Narrows, horses, Th combined on
l> I« stifle; cattle lb combined on left hip; ear-
inark, upper slope on each ear. wattle on chiu
and bell collar.
Sylvester Smith, Narrows, horses. HSou right
.eg, cattle \ bar, earmark, under half crop and
dewhipVCr 8 ope n ea< b ear j’lKhaudle and
i0™1*8- quarter circle S on
r|r.ht hiud leg and left shoulder; cattle, quarter
< ir. lv -
vlth.-r hip; v.rnmrK, er' .p .,!! * gh[
ear, split in under side of left; two dewlaps.
A E oung Burns, horses, Y on left leg and
I-< coni.e ■udon right shoulder; also booton
i< 1. shoulder; rattle, rocking chair on left hip;
earmark, right ear drooped down, left cut slop
ing toy, ante head on upper side; wattle ou lef
side of neck; all animals dehorned.
< i- Rutherford Burns, cattle, bar 2 on left
M'lt .earmark, under half crop right ear; horses
bar 2 on left shoulder.
’I1...S Wingfield, Burns, horses,® (chainliuk)
on kit shiiuluer; cattle, same onjeft side; mark
< rup oil left ear, short overslope in right.
J,,h " Craddock, Sil vies, horses, 8-8 on the left
O í?k.'hir,níatt e’u S ’r" r,^hrHi'k‘; mark, crop
’ ,Wal,OW íork 1,1 k‘ft. <*ewlap on
L. Woldenberg Jr., Agent,
PATENTS RITI N(; RING
"J'HE most important improve-
1 ment of the age in the art of
penmanship mal es the poor writer
a splendid penman in a few weeks
by the use of this ring, Endorsed
by prominent College Presidents
and Boards of Education in Europe
and America. Sample dozen as-
sorted sizes sent post paid for $1.00
single sample 25c. When ordering
a single ring, state whethi r for man,
woman, or child.
PENN MEG. SUPPLY CO.
No. 118 S. Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA.
Is Absniutely PURE, and
will OUTWEAR all other
// your local dealer d >■ * not car
ry it write to ut t^nd we n ¡d tte that
you get it.
W. P. Fuller & Co. l'or Hand
“ tiie biggest HENSAT.O. e \ E..YW11ERE”
The smalleFt Sterecser.p^ v.ith tl«.- strongeHt
optical eflert Hlghh finished in iliilvrefit col
ors with rich gold and f-Hv. r decorations
''".itb. Bums, cattle, X I on right side (mountings). Including jo V. I'. 1 holographs.
mark, split in right ear, wattle on nose.
Views of art (genre). I’Ll '!< <>XLV «1.00.
G Hudspeth, Burns, cattle, s< issors on right Seut everywhere prejmid in letter form.
Hide, mark, crop and split in each ear.
Simon Lewis, Burns, cattle 8L on right side
mark, crop and underbit in left ear, crop and
under halt crop ot!' right.
ll,lr""- ,hor»«". W '«ar ou right
-III.. . urn. .
I„r „„ left hip; mark
split m each ear, wattle under chiu. 1
LILIPUT STERiOSCOPF €0.
. Jr »Hflo
Bu,rn8» horses, reverse L ou
' it stifle, cattle, oh on left hip: mark, metal tan
■ ii each ear With full name aud addres.
I F on h ! h.".” ’ h,,r,t'?- I F<»n right «tifle; cattle
lerhi" In rigiil't-ir"'" ' ''rO'’' ',,'"Vrhi'
rJti' "‘¡¡¡Huis, \ an. horses, 71 baron stifle
digests what you eat.
°feaMe3- purifies, strengthens
«—— and sweetens the stomach.
'' l! J«'l""-';,«.'-attle.JKcoiublnedon lefthip;
i:.*Or!.p'|,r.’'w'> •ff •■>.! «odjr
curei indigestion, dyspepsia, and
all stomach and bowel troubles.
accelerates the action of the ga>-
—— trie glands and gives tone to the
relieves an overworked stomaah
of all nervous strain _glvos to
I1"1 1; 11 ■
horoea,NC'corublned the heart a full, free and untrammal*
''»r -Sl '.nillilne.l
Il fl -.innlj. r, mark, upper half crop In left ear action, nourishes the nervous system and
l«ft«h..ulder; feeds the brain.
KODOL ** *’’*
wonderful remedy that to
Mi, 1 N Hughet, Marin Sprinn catlie ear 1
making so many sick people w*
lock on „ ft a de; ,„ark.
and weak people strong by giving to th*
'! HipMimn, Burna, home«. <u on the left
-hoin.hr. > nttle. oj ,,n right «ide; mark apiitln bodies all of the nourishment that Is ee#
left ear. lwi.uiuierl.lt« In right.
tainod In the food they eat.
Sam K ing, Burn«, cattle, S7 on left hln mark
.^«P.,,.1 underl.lt in each ear, w.tHe ón "ft BottlM eotr. *1.00 Su« hojlne 2H Ikw tba trM
Mae wblck Mila 1« 80c.
A Kgll. Egll, li„r»eH, .K on left stifle-cattl. »
on rigl.t hip; mark, upper half crop off right ear' tasssrt aaly kr L C. Mtn < CO, Ctg£**'
J " Bigg«. Burn«, horoea, OR on left «tille
! r-’l- ••»I uufl.-r halt <-rop in “eft
derblt iu right, dewlap under throat
Jo.1 tt Howard, Burn», horses, bar 11 on left i
■.•mail. Buras, estile. J y combined ou ‘
s - ■
. ... ....................
' “I. ths left |
v. n. voegn
j l*‘ft zhuulcer
Burns, horses branded fV ou |
T radk M ams
C opyrights A o .
Willamette A Yamhill
TeuMlay Oregon City, Dayton Wrf’t’
T’thrd'v and W ay-Landing«
frid»y- ' ,¿' .’' 7
First-class accommodations, and
good eating stations at convenient
distances along the route.
1 he Harney County I Ive Stock Association
will 1 ay Five Hundred Dollars Reward lor the
ami ( mivictlon of anv person or persons who
kill, sit al <>r drive of! any horses, mutes or
catlie belonging to anj member of the Associn-
tion. '1 he County Court also offen an addi-
t h i a reward of Five Hundred Dollars.
W. B. J ohnson , Pres
A re h e >:< <» wan , Sec’y, Burns, Oregon.
Practice in all the courts of Ore.
Leayes Burns daily for Ontario
at 6:30 a un. Arrives at Burns dai
ly from Ontario at 5 p m.
We buy as cheap as anyone and
will sell as cheap as anyone, there
fore, our prices must, and will be
right. A call will convince you.
A bachelor ca
| had become tired of tnavericking
. K M, Beat« around tiie home corral in single
t upranie Jutlgna
./ C. Wolverton | blessedness, c antered into Chica
> F. A. Moore
go on a w ite-hunting expedition,
NINTH JI’DH IAI. DIH1RH T.
J iBtrief Juiige
Geo E. Davin j He scout ed the canyons and fool-
(H l Attorney
J w McCuiloi h
Dcjmty Dial Atty
.......... C II lAJonanl j lulls of the windy city and finally
Circuit Court niee'a the Third Monday In located a bunch of sleek looking
April and Fourth Monday in October.
..I I. Hitz heifers, well fed and trimly built,
J I.. Kami in a department store.
boss ratlcher had assured hint that
< Homy Judge
n. < . I^evena the brands on the beauties were
J M D m lion | duly registered, the man from the
F M Jordtin
J. K. l.oggan west galloped into the middle of
M E Rigby the bunch and proc
ceded to cut
block f najiector
J A Vrai
' ont ni iNhiiHicrM
. ♦<’T Miller
/W I. Beat out the prettiest.
t.'oiinty < uiirt m«-< tH ihv flrHt WeilneM«lay in worked her to the edge of the
January, Mari h. May, July, Fvptrinber and
herd as the others shied off, and
Noyé m ber
the lit st pitc h of his lariat the
HARNEY U. N. LAND OFFICE:
settled down over her and
Wm Far re
A W (¡ow un
but little dillit ulty in put-
c lipid brand over the
Dr J. W. Geary.
« W Miller
He then rushed her
V I llupkins right one.
J W Svvedg
and iiiked for the
(<’ E McPheeters
< on urlimeli
> I « Foley
home cotta) when- she is grazing
I Hi mon l.cwte,
|G W <’leveliger
on the richest of feed on the green
Meetings of the « ouncH every Second Hii(i
hills of eternal happiness, the star
of the whole outfit. -Field ano
Nothing is omitted that concerns I
the interest of buyers anti sellers
SOI IRTI EH.
Udall Psp»F 13 eents a
in the live stock, grain, provisions,
ell and UP.
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
A progressive western town produce and financial markets—
Moeta at Ofhi I'ollowN Hall, every Haturday
7 ’Op in.
J. W. Bin-haiiHii, N. (i.
hus hit upon ii rather novel ad the quotations are comprehensive,
F. O. JiirkNon, Heerctury.
you any thing
vertising plan, and it might be ad and are in every way reliable.
from a wooden knitting needle to “double
BURNS LODGE NO. 97, A F. A M ,
The Journal in addition carries
opted here to good advantage.
deck" wood rack. Call! Never too busy to
Meri« every Sufiinlay evening in M amobìc
J. < Welcome Jr, W. M.
On all trains stopping at this town every days a full and truthful re talk or furnish estimates.
F. H. Rt hlvr, Hccrelary.
a man passes through the passen port of tne world’s news and pre
ger cars and distributes to pass- sents many special features of deep
' engers neatly printed circulars on interest to the average reader,
l'he Jouanal’s woman’s page, the
which is the following:
sportlang news page,
8. W. MILLER,
IIIIKN.M LOIXIK No 17 A. o. r. w.
Me. i« «very e.-.-on.l eu.) fourili Krl.ley
Journal stories and comic pages
A. (' Welcomo, M. W
('. N. 1'oi-hrftn, Rucurder.
and other good tilings mtike it a
Burns, - - - Oregon.
“It lias good schools ami very popular family newspaper, j
ORDER OF WAS HINGTON.
public buildings, c lean and bright from A to Z and
M.ftif.- vita first «ml third Friday, hi Brown churches lihe
c, p. Rutherford, I'rcMldcn
Pearl \ uIgnttifirc, Hecretary,
\Y. J. COLEMAN,
handsome residences, and shad} year’s end to year’s end.
Daily, one year by mail, $4; Stenographer and Notary Public
lll’RNS « IIA 1’1 ER NO 1(»,O. F H.
“It is one of the cleanest and six months, $2.25; three months,
B urns , - O regon .
MvitiH I Vi ry bccoik I nnd fmirtli M oih I iivh , in
M hnod I i llitll
En tier F I lioiii|>Moii. W. M
o DI cb lu Cllllena I’.«ilk Buildlnx.
prettiest towns in the state.
Deluom U owhii , Secretary.
Semi-weekly, 104 issues, one1
“Its advantages as a manufac
W. L. MAMIfKN,
SYLVIA HKIIKKAH DKUKKK No, III
turing center are unsurpassed.
Meet*every I m 1 hik I 3d WtMlnvNdRy.
Depart Ter TIME M< II EDI IPS
MARSDEN & GEARY.
Flora Ihigt'v, N. (I.
The issues of tne
“It has an abundant supply oi
Krom Huntington Ore
c G. Hnilth, Rec. Kt’c'y.
Physicians anti Surgeons.
the purest water.
Semi-Weekly and eekly Journ-
Chicago- Salt Lake,Denver, Ft.
HARNEY VAI I EY CAMP No 3M|, W Af|W
“It is a progressive town in al also contain the market news
l'hom No.tO\ Porti nil Worth, Omaha. Kan
Office at residence.
Meets everv II rat ami second Tuesday.
Special saa City, St Louis.
and all of the features of the Daily
habited by progressive people.
i . W Mei lain, < <>n>.
W A Gownn. Clerk
12:35 Chicago and East.
“Perhaps you live in a dead I Journal.
TULE CIRCI K So II.,, W „t W
If so spend a day or t«o m Sel- the Jout rial at the following
Ilibbai-d <St Brownton. I Atlantic Salt Lake,Denver.Ft,
Meda every fourth T ucr < I hx
Marina Dnlton, <i M
j fled, ami y oil’ll soon be one of its
Exprès.« Worth, Omaha, Kai
lone Whiling, i'lerk.
I )EN T18TS.
for both papers:
2:10 «as City, St. Louis p nt.
. . .$4.00
Chicago and Fast.
clieet fully furnished.
- - 2 50
Thi livestock men seem lo
St. Paul Walle Walla, Lewis-
realize they made a mistake in
Mot hors Be Careful.
h st Mail ton. Spokane, Miniie
W. C. BROWN,
apnlis, St. Paul, Du- a. in.
getting into sin h a si uabble as to
lltilli Milwaukee, Chi-I
of the health of your
cause a split. It is now .innounr- Look out for Cough, Ci
.-ago cud East.
TlILJ NL W YORK WORI ’)
Btira., came tare,
hip; mark < r..p off each rar
»r*r‘tl ,xi right Btiflc.
«w Hiirf. tattle ! rand G 8 on
• e«r:narkwR|1.art. rr,.p
1 ‘.'V1-' ' hn ' '
ore tw«i very finely pr.-™,-^
-keletons of I s «r.skee • . t>e \.,;J
«1 wnseun, In \Va
W X .-:«i«-t. Barn», catti«,'? L on rtwht bf. ■naktoy th. m r--n<!. f.,r -x
utmost ps « v. ■
F u H uwH- a «on. Bnrna. cattle ¿1 on left him
rib» Whl<-h v.ith «<: ,rr t.-ernrato
E I- »! lTCMcr. Burn«, catti, c on l.fghl.
i ■ OR
Bnrn. enttl. Àp eonnecUJ left
ir.Iiy be said to
ft i.«per bit la right «a-
«Ort M they are tbe feet
bufivi, itrir . ft
the n pttlr waJks as It
■ snake walks on the ends «
r its rib»
end in that manner aebtere
:h **r <--»-'vr -m >«ft h.» mark nïl-
K>as and pythons, reatly h
!•«- tbonxh tl,«T are q-il-'e r
•< ■•••« EX «rs«- b,««, n
Cyth ins, yon know, are
, .. „ lu t j»
ii •. » F \ e ’ *bo*)4er
of», « rushing tb.-:r prey
¡eft hip mark ; They bars no pol«on gLin-l< î»at tiity
»•' •><!!• n
. «1 >
no bite terr:fl,a , whh (?.m
their rue Dy
•-luci. Mr 4, HR le*tb. wbk-i, mm 1 ,wanl Iik(. iienk^
•u that a
Ur* little eban -e of dioen.-3*0*1 blm-
*ir tare by chopping off tbe
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