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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1905)
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Royal TaiWr«—B om Fitter«—Browa'i
Ed aud Ben Jordan are in tbe
NOTICE OF SALE.
In the County Court oi Haruev County, '
AB THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
the County Clerk of Harney County.
Oregon on the 4lh day of March I9o.>,
commanding me to levy upon and seii
the hereinafter described real property
to satisfy a judgment rendered in the
above named court for the sum of $50 00
aud costs taxed at »15 00 and ordering
the sale of the property herein attached,
in favor of the plaintiff C. A. Sweek and
against defendant A. J. Gardner, in an
action therein pending wherein the said
|C. A. Sweek was plaintiff and said A. I.
W D Arnett was in the city see- Gardner defendant,which said judgment
eral days the paBt week.
was duly docketed on the 3rd d.iy of
March 1605, therefore I, the undersigned
Heating stoves at Voegtly’s
( Sheriff of Harney County, Oregon, in
Voegtly for heating stoves.
obedience to the commands of said
j Execution, will on Monday the 3rd day
Frank Matney was down 1
| of April 1905, at the Court House door
his mountain home this week.
in the City of Burns, Harney County,
James and Joseph Turner were j Oregon, offer for sale at public vendure
' to the highest bidder for cash all the
in from Welcomeville tljis week.
right title and interest of defendant A
J. H. Loggan and Thos. Houser j J. Gardner in and to tbe following de
were among our visitors the first of scribed real property towit: The South I
West nuarter of the South West quarter
of Section 16, Tp. 22, South, Range 82
E. W. M. in Harney County, Oregon, to
Geo. Marshall is down from his satisfy said judgment, interest, costs and
Trout Creek home, accompanied
by hie mother.
Sheriff of Harney County Oregon.
Alfred Marshall was up from Tbe O. C. Co. know no competition,
the old S uable.
J E Wallace, tbe taxidermist,
Swifts* Premium Hams at the
has sent for his wife.
City Meat Market.
Royal Tailors—Boss Fitters**
Mrs W B Johnson and daughter
Brown’s are agents.
are in from Silver Creek.
Fresip oysters at the City I Meat
“Doc” Hembree, the Riley mer
sale— chant, is a business visitor.
Market 85 cents per can.
SXTt'KÜAT. MAUCH 11 WO>.
“THK SATISFACTORY STORE”
B The roads are getting
I Lime and ftrick for
Kecwartz & Budehnan.
■ J. C. Buckland was a business
Visitor the other day.
| A K Richardson and J \V Shown
■re down from Harney.
I Dr. W. C. Brown, Dentist. Office
■opstairs in Veogtly building.
Born—Thursday, to Mr. and
■M-s V. J. Hopkins, in this city, a
I J._e Rector was circulating among
■his friends iu our city a few days
’ W. B. Parker and wife were
[quests of relatives in this city a few
■days this week.
Mrs Grace Lampshire and little
■daughter are guests of friends in
Itbis city this week.
F G Blutue wu down from bis Osburn» aud Acuie uiowers at Hie O. C. A s«'eek, plaintiff ,
(’. Co. get their prices.
borne thia week
A. J. Gardner, defendant I
Alma Davis was a visitor from Notice ia hereby giyen, that pursuant
Emery Hill was seen on our
J Harney Monday.
to an execution issued from the office of
streets thia morning.
Frank Heinz and family are
guests of frieqds in this city.
Grinnell Gloves The kind that
fits the hand. Sold by Brown’a.
Assessor Loggan has begun the
listing of property for this year.
Wm. and Frank Catterson are
up from their home near Narrows.
Mrs. E. J. Newell and son Tod
were callers at this office yesterday,
STS- Exquisite stales
NEW LACES-* •We have prepared for a big lace business and have a
grand variety at popular prices.
SOROSIS UNDERSKIRT- -THE TAILORED EFFECT
so noticeable, is one of its strongest points.
Frank Dibble and family were
from Silver Creek the first of this
Trading Stamps given
Agents for McCall Bazar Patterns 10 and 15 Cents.
♦25,000 to loan on first class,
John Gemberling and family are
first mortgages on improved farm
NOTICE OF SALE.
Singer Sewing Machines Sold on Easy Terms.
properly—apply to N. U. Carpen- moving today into the H E Thomp
Notice is hereby given that pursuant ____________________________________________________________________
ter. Burns, Ore.
I son residence.
to the terms of an execution issued by
Geo Buchanan is in from the sta I the Clerk of Harney <'utility, Oregon, on
Alfalfa seed, Alsike clover seed,
Timothy seed, Red top seed, Turk- tion. He informs us be will soon ' the 23rd day of January l*J05, upon a
I The little rain that fell last night eystan alfalfa seed, Red clover seed. send in two fine specimens of white j judgment and decree rendered in a suit
[will help move the enow out of the Call and examine and get prices.— jack rabbits for the Lewis and j pending in the Circuit Court of Harney
County, Oregon, wherein the Citizens
■mountains and give us a little Geer & Cummins.
bank, a coqioration, was plaintit! and
J. II. Neal aud Frank C Eister, were
F G Stauffer has just returned
A child of J J Heinz had a leg
New Spring and Summer styles broken at Crow Camp yesterday. from Sacramento where be spent defendants, which said judgment was
rendered against the said defendant
[ladies’ fine custom made cloth suits We have not learned any of the the past winter. He reports Judge FrankC. Eister, personally, on the 6th
I—MrB Charles Wilson, agent Chan. particulars. Dr Marsden went out Sparrow feeling much better when day of May 1902, for Eight Hundred
IA Stevens & Bros.
he last saw him. He also reports Thirty Seven and 31-100 Hollars, fora
to reduce the fracture.
deficiency due after the sale of property
A S Swain is in the city on a vis-
under foreclosure, and which judgment
For sale—Two lots 100x100, John Bigge en route home.
lit to his family. He states he has small house partly furnished, wood
For Sale—Two hundred acres of I was thereafter duly docketed in the
Ibis sheep on fine range which is the | . shed and well. Good garden. A land under fence, water right re clerk’s office of said county and state, I,
the undersigned sheriff of Harney Coun
[best for years at this season.
bargin. Terms, see M. L. Lewis.
corded, some horses well broke, ty, Oregon, will at the hour of 2 o’clock
Adam George is selling school
Tom Arnold was called to the also household goods, inquire of P. M. on Wednesday the 29th day of
■furniture and the various districts home of his parents this morning Mrs. Nannie Bverley. Burns. Ore. March 190o, at the Court House door in
the City of Burns, Oregon, offer for sale,
[should see him before placing on BCC0Uni of (he serious illness of
G W Waters manager of the at public verdue to the highest bidder
I hie brother Charles.
Harney Valley Brewing Co., is pre- for cash, the following decribed proper
ty, levied upon by me under said execu
A dance will be given at Locher’s
Lunahurg it Dalton have received paring to open a saloon in the lion, and pursuant to the terms thereof Be sure and call and see and get prices before purchasing.
ball March 17, under the manage- a consignment of the latest crea building being vacated by John tow it : Lots 3 and 4 SW*4 NW*4 sec.
4 T. 26, K. 35 E., W. M. to satisfy said Also a lull stock of Disc and Tooth Harrows and Seeders.
I went of Harry Smith.
tions in ladies’caps for spring wear. Gemberling. We understand a judgment and all accruing costs.
♦600 will take 160 acres of good Also late patents. Call and see first class drinking house will be
Sheriff of Haeney County.
conducted by Nir Waters and he
land 10 miles East of Burns It them.
NOTICE EOK PCBL’CATiGN
will sell beer for 5 cents a glass.
: was a choice claim five years ago
I'NITKD ST \TF> LAND OH H E.
Judge Miller left last Saturday
Burna, Oiegoli, February II, I90o. i
for Vale to attend a special session
While in tbe city J. R. Jenkins In the County Court of the State of Ore Notice ia hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of hia Intention
gon for the County of Harney.
to make filial proof in support of IH h claim, and
. James Hicks, who has been suf- of circuit court. He arrived home of the firm of Jenkins Bros., exten Chas.
E. McKinney and James!
that said proof will be made before the Register
arfd Receiver at Burns, Oregon, on March 23,
fering from quinzy for some time, j on last night’s 9tage and reports the sive sheep breeders of tbe Stein A. Sparrow, plaintiffs,
1905, viz H E. No’s 1013 and :X> of .lalitt (»
( awlfield, for the E'a NE^, See. I ’. E’a SF‘4.
had his throat lanced yesterday roads in a very good condition for Mountain section, purchased the Louis Woldenberg
Sr., Minnie I
See. 1, T. 25 S.. It. I I•W. M
He names the following witnesses to prove
boiler and engine that Mr. Duke Woldenberg his wife, Alina
and is now improving.
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
Jones and Sam Mothershead
of said land, viz Janies II. Bunyard, II. A.
Harney county’s portion of the
For sale—A modern five room
Martin. Joseph 1 Barnes, ail'd Burns, Oregon,
dwelling, in centre of full block, al) j per cent of the land sales fund is Mr. Jenkins desired tbe boiler to Notice is hereby given that pursuant HUd M B, Hayes, of I.auen,
Horses kepi by the day,
W m . F akhk , Register.
zvt• f I • '
•need, good out buildings. A snap ♦ 7,181.08. This will help to build use in connection with his dipping j to an Execution in foreclosure issued
k Ol \nionlli.
if taken quick. See M. L. Lewis. considerable roads if economically vats. Jenkins Bros, have the most from the above Court on the 11th day NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
complete apparatus for extensive
’ FUfSTIJCLASS LIVERY TURNOUTS.
CSITKll HTATK■< I.ANIi ol l'H E.
E B. Reed & Son inform The bandied. The distribution was sheep business in Eastern Oregon. court wherein Chas E. McKinney and
Burns, Ort-xon, February 2«.
James A. Sparrow were plaintiffsand
Notice it» hereby given tlmt the following
TimeB-Hcrald that they will ar
Besides their government regula Ixjuia Wouldenberg Sr. and Minnie nanieti
pettier hnn filed notice of In*« intention
Hay and ¿rain always
to iiotkt* Until proof in nuppoit of I iìm < Itiiiii,
range a nice ice cream parlor in
tion dipping vats they have a fine Woldenberg his wife, Alma Jones and and that said proof will he trade before the
Regiatt r and Receiver, nt Burn», (»regoli, on
connection with their grocery this
Sam Mothershead, leceirer, were defen March
29, 11*» '. viz: Il E No ’"•«•. of citarle».
party for a big hunt on the lake
Your piilronnge solicited
dants, and wherein plaintiffs recovered A. Spurlock, tortile E'a NW',. NW. NE^and
Hee. :;o. T. 25 S . K 32', 1 . W M
near Lawen. Tbe party from here
Some of oui ranchers are under a judgment against defendants Louis l.ot He x, mimes
the following witiH MMe^to prove
Henry Hamilton spent a few days
Main St , Burns, Oregon.
hia toutinuouR resident'« upon mol cultivation ♦
will be joined by a number of the impression that tbe water sup j Woldenberg Sr. and Minnie Woldenberg of
Baid land, viz Scott llnye»», Horman Ruh.
in our city this week. He was Lawen sport and tbe canonading
ply will be short this season, as , his wife, for the sum of Three Thousand Oregon.
looking well and says he is good j will be something fierce.
\\ m F akrk , Register.
much of the snow is gone from tbe Dollars, principal sum, $448 86 accrued
interest, 10 per cunt interest on said
for many years yet, although he!
Dr. Geary informs us that the lower hills and the river is not vet principal sum from Aug. 29, 1904, $190
expects ’..is mules to live longer
son and daughter of Mrs bank full. Hay land that has attorneys fee«, $25 50 costs and disburse NOTICE FOR l‘l BLICA I'loN
V N I I ED nl \ I ES I.A N 1» OFFICE J
Vanie Chancellor were <|uite serious heretofore depended upon tbe nat ments, upon which judgment there was
Nt* AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
Hurns, Oregon, I ebruary *J>. lUUb.l
The Carter House Barber Shop ly burned Thursday evening. It ural How may sutler, but the snow paid the sum of $2143.09 on Feb 25, 1905, Notice I m hereby
given that <!»•• following
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
nauied settler han tiled noUecnl hia intention
at Ontario, Lee (’aidwell proprietor, seems the little boy was playing melting so slowly and sinking into
ntHke final proof in nip port <>i hia ' ¡aim, and
recovered against the defendants Louis to
is one of the most elegant tonsorial with matches and accidently set the soil will make the range excel Woldentierg Sr and Minnie Woldenberg ter ami lb reiver, at Burnr. oiegon. .>n March
I9O._ vis II F . No. Illi, of Martin I lew in.
parlors in all Eastern Oregon. Hot his clothing on fire. The girl burn lent Should the rainfall be as his wife a judgment for the sum of 2*.
>. It " I . W M.
nain«-s the following wlim xaea to prove
inter- hia lie iontinnous
and cold baths with a spray bath ed her hands quite bad in putting much as last season good yields $2500 00 principal, $388 11 accrued
. . ... IIIF I
....... •«• upon
-r an«l cultivation
,z z : , . - **<»y
connected. Lee’s old time friends the fire out. Neither were burned will lie hail regardless of th- over est, o per cent interest on sai«l principal See, Frank M. <iz Jordan
sum from Oct. rt, l‘MM, and fur the further. all
•*’*’ of ’ Burna.
rH,,k ’ < ’ Megan tmd aniii' l \\ Miller,
are invited to call on him while at seriously, but the wounds are pain flow.
V\ M F A RHE, Itegister.
sum of $64 50 principal. $2 90 interest,
Messrs McKinney and Wallace $170 00 attorney fee. and $7 00 costs and
arrived home from the Alvord disbursements, which said judgments
were each duly enrolled and docketed in
last Sunday. They are very mod the Clerk’s office of said court in «aid
t SITED STATJ I.ANDOFFH F I '
est about their run-away and feel county on the 15th day oi Oct. 1904, and
Hum« or«-g«Hi, jHiiiiNiy
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they were fortunate in getting off and wherein it was further ordered and 1 Nollen Is li«rcb.v iciven that «be f«»llowing ;
«etller 1»«« tiD-'l n«»ti' •• oi hi« liiU*uti«iii
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so lucky, although the rig "wasn’t decreed that the Mortgage of plaintiffs iiHiiifl
to make Anal pm«»f Hi mppor ’ of his« Inlm. an«l
NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION-
that kh I'I proof w III I.«- inn-l< I m .......th«- R«-gi»trr
worth six bits” after they found the Chas. F. McKinney and James A. Spar hik
- i v- r nt I’.'iriiM, <U< . "ii. <•»' Mar.
row and the mortgage of Defendant Alma |90f>, I P.«-
viz II. E No. M73. of Frank J I ptoii, for
You will find many novelties, besides the famous pieces, according to Mr. Wallace. Jones each be foreclosed and that the ! th« hW
4 Hw 1sec ;. n s W,au'lN A',
The best mouldboard plow is the
JOHN DEERE PliOW
The best disc plow is the
A full stock at C. H. Voegtly’s.
i BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
I Special Attention ’¿Given
to Conducting Funerals
SUMMER DRY GOODS
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THE RED FRONT
A. F. C. SEERSUCKER GINGHAMS • I was in the
Embroideried Swiss Dotts, Merc. Sateens, Merc.
Ginghams, Chambray, Lawns, Organdy. Manru
Imported English Merc. Waistings in IVhite,
Cetelletti, Florimelle Batiste, Merc- Zephyrs,
Rosamel Satinee, Voile, Percales and many
property hereinafter described, being a^
immediate vicinity and portion of the mortgaged property in
| loaned them his hack. This is the volved in said suit, be sold in the order
i fourth run-away for Mr Wallace mentioned in said decree and appiie«! in
satisfaction of the judgments herein*
i since leaving the railroad and it above mentioned in the order and to the
looks as though lie had become ' extent mentioned in said decree; There
used to them. They secured a fine fore pursuant to the commands of said
specimen of elk besides bringing writ,
A. P. COLEMAN. Propl.
i home a big buck deer, a pair of I, Tom Allen, the undersigned Sheriff
of Harney County, Oregon, will on Mon ShaiiBg, Hair Culling. Shampoaing
prairie chickens and a few other day the 10 day of April A. D. 1906, offer
specimens. Mrs Gilcrest also sent for sale at the court house door in the
Hot aud Cold Baths
| over a box of fine apples grown on City of Barns, Harney County, Oregon,
Latest Art »I Hassagiag.
I the Alvord ranch I > lie added to the at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash in hand all of the right, title and Your patronage ««»liciteci. IxACxtud ill
fruit display Th- work of all the
CALDWELL DARDER SHOP.
DRESS SKIRTS, UNDERSKIRTS. ___i« I',|ar
"ne t,,of ,,r' r •*—*lion
progressing O' te satisfectory
INFANTS AND CHILDREN’S DRESSES
Aec. 11. T 21 > R
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H«*nHin«i the following Witri«»'' » to pi«n.
bln « ontlnuous reiiden« « u | m H i and • ultivation
of «nid land, viz ! J B'-«'<lc, U r Robbilix
B B Johnson, all of l»reu»>ey. Oregon, and 1
Oocar New« II, of Riverside, or.non.
* m F ahk » Rcitlater
luak, „ vprv
[ creditable »bowing
Job printing—Th Time* Herald
interest of defendants Louis Wolden
1’ om I office block.
berg Sr. and Minnie Weidenberg, his
wife, in and to the following descril»wi
mortgaged property, to-wit: First: Ix»ts
4, 5 and 6 of Block 42 of the second addi- '
lion ui Burns ; Becood South half of Lit
2 in Llot'k 5 on what is knows as “Main Tbe I.»»« Star
Street” in said City of Burns together
with the buildings and improvements
thereon, Third: Ix>ts 7 and N and east
Cor. Main an* I B Mr««eU»,
2D feet of lx)U 1 and 2 of Block 29 of the
1st a< Id it ion to the city of Burns together.
with tl»e dwelling hoaae and isipruve. t MBAUS AT AULi HOURS
ments the,eon, that ixieg the order in
Bakery in connection
w hich said property waa decreed by the
r«k«rt to ¿be aold to «atisfy *aid judg
A Sfcdally »i Sbert Orders.
menta co r . og rntert-t, coets and a«
Table furnished witEi < verything
« ruing costs.
the market afford« Your patron
Dated March 11, 1906
TOM ALL’.N, Sheriff
Helps to while away the lung wilder evenings.
W< have a nice variety by the best authors.
THE WELCOME PHARMACY
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