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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1905)
. I ST CIRCULATION
AlTOMMRrAPKK IN THIS COUNTY.
Link Hutton ia in from Wagon-
Birds are becoming quite plenti
J W Buchannan was in from the Osborne and Acme mowers at the O.
C. Co. get their prices.
station this week.
We are having some regular
Swifts’ P/emium Hams at the
City Meal Market.
F. G. Stpuffer was io the city
F. Crowley was up from Lawen a
few days this week.
Grinnell Gloves The kind that
fits the hand. Sold by Brown’s.
NOTICE OF SALE.
In th«* County Court of Harney County.
C. A. tjwwk, plaintitf
A. J. Garduer, defendant!
Notice is hereby given, that pursuant
to an execution issued from the utlice of
The O. C. Co. know no competition, the County Clerk of Harney County.
the old reliable.
Oregon on the 4tli day of Marcli 19ir5.
D R Thorn was among our visi- commanding me to levy upon amt sell
the hereinafter described real property
from Siver Creek yesterday.
to satisfy a judgment rendered in the
aliove named court fur the sum of >50 00
( Fresh oysters at the City Meat and costs taxed at $15 00 and ordering
Market $5 cents per can.
the sale of the projierty herein attached,
C Cummiue has been confined to in favor of the plaintitf C. A. Sweek and
his home the last few days with a against defendant A. J. Gardner, in an
actiou tliereiu pending »herein the said
C. A. Sweek was plaintiff aud said A. I.
Jersey Cream Cheese 3 pounds Gardner defendant,w hich said judgment
for 50 cents.—Schwartz & Budel- was duly docketed on the 3rd day of
March 1005, therefore I, the undersigned
Sheriff of Harney County, Oregon, in
Sheri!!' Allen is absent snbpoen- obedieuce to the commands of said
ing jurors for the April term of, Execution, will on Monday the 3rd day
of April 1905, at the Court House door
ill tlie City of Burns, Harney County,
Mrs George Miller and two child Oregon, otter for sale at public vendure
ren were visitors from the Lake sec to the highest bidder fur cash all tlie
tion a short lima the first of the right title and interest of defendant A
J. Gardner in and to the following d—
scribed real property towit: Tlie South
West quarter of tlie South West quarter
Clothing for men, we take your j of
Section lt>, Tp. 22, South, Range 32
measure “Born” does the rest. E. W. M. in Harney County, Oregon, to
said judgment, interest, costs und
Absolute satisfaction guaranteed. satisfy
Schwartz & Budelman.
Sheriff of Harney County Oregon
“THE- SATISFACTORY STORE”
Lewis and Clark and 1905
Dr Marsden reports Win. Hanley
somewhat indisposed, but not seri
Ike ’Constance has been in the ously ill
city far ««ei-al days.
Brad Moss, a cousin of Frank
’s was a visitor to our city
Dr. W.C Brown, Dentist,
’ Thursday from Crane Creek.
opataira in Veogtly building.
>25.000 to loan on first class,
Jack Sc arf came down from
mortgages on improved farm
Borton A Sayer mill yesterday.
property—apply to N. U. Carpen-
Richard Haines and Mrs Curtis
ter. Burns, Ore.
ware up trom Narrows Thursday.
The county officers are all busy
K Kuner, the well known and
getting in readiness for the spring
popular drummer, has been taking
term of circuit court which con
ordera injour city the last tew days.
venes April 3.
Born— Thursday to Mr and Mrs
Alfalfa seed, Alsike clover seed,
Fiwd8oott at Sagehen a boy. Dr.
[Timothy seed, Red top seed, Turk-
Geary was attending physician.
eystan alfalfa seed, Red clover seed.
Trading Stamps given
Dr r Marsden was called to Har- Call and examine and get prices.—
nay ’ Wojnesday night to see Jasper Geer 4 Cummins.
Agents tor McCall Bazar Patterns 10 and 15 Cents.
la who is suffering from a severe
Wm. Bullington and family are
Assessor Loggan informs us he
Singer Sewing Machines Sold on Easy Terms.
attack of grip.
will leave immediately for the desert here Lorn Westfall the guests of
New Spring and Summer styles or send a deputy, to assess quite a , Mrs Buffington's parents, Mayor
ladies’ dno custom made cloth suits number of sheep that are reported i »»‘1 Mrs. Cummins,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore- .
—Mrs Charles Wilson, agent Chas. in that section.
Lost—A book containing the minu gon for the County of llaruey.
Chaa. F. McKinney and James)
For sale—Two lots 100x100, tes and accounts of the Presbyterian A. Sparrow, plaintiffs,
Austin Goodman has purchased small house partly furnished, wood Mission Society.
Louis Woldenberg Sr., Minnie f-
the Gao Waters woodsaw and is at shed and well. Good garden. A leave at this ofliee or at the manse.
Weidenberg his wife, Alina .
Jones ami Sam Mothershead |
present engaged in our city sawing. bargin. Terms, see M. L. Lewis.
Court Stenographer Coleman has Receiver, defendants.
cordwood into stove lengths.
Mr and Mrs Miles Riley were vis returned from Malheur county Notice is hereby given that pursuant
Adam George is selling school itors to this city last Saturday. where he attended the recent term to an Execution in foreclosure issued
from the above Court on the 11th day
furniture and the various districts They were accompanied over from of circuit court.
of March A. I). 1903 in a suit in said
should see him before placing , Drewsey by Miss Sula Thompson
$25,000 to loan on first class, court wherein Chas E. McKinney and
who remained here.
first mortgages on improved farm James A. Sparrow were plaintiffs nml
Ray Smith had just completed ; The city M/at Market will deliv- property—apply to N. U. Carpen- Louis Wouidenberg Sr. and Minnie
Woldeuberg his wife, Alina Jones and
and installed a handsome back bar | er 50 lbs
be ofife free with every cash ter Burns, Ore.
Sam Mothershead, receiver, were defen
for the new saloon to be opened by order of beef amounting to >5. The
Chas. King and family have dants, and wherein plaintills recovered
Abe Ha rney Valley Brewing Co.
order for beef need not be for one returned to the ranch after spend a judgment against defendants Louis
MOO will take 160 acres of good delivery, but delivery to suit the ing a portion of the winter months Woldenberg Sr. and Minnie Woldeuberg
his wife, for the suiu of Three Thousand •
in this city.
and 10 miles East of Burns jt 1 customer.
Dollars, principal sum,
wu • choice claim five years ago. 1 The Times-Herald finds that
The O. C. Co. have just received ten interest, 10 per cent interest on sai«l
many of our taxpayers do not take arloxls of goods, consistingof Bain and principal sum from Aug. 29, 1904, |190 He sure and call anti see and get prices before purchasing.
fee-», $25 50 costs and disburse-'
consideration that there is no Winona wagons, barb wire, blacksmith attorneys
E Jacobson, the J K Gill Co rep-
coal, furniture, nails, ccal oil, sugar, meats, uj»on which judgment there was Also a full stock of Disc and Tooth Harrows and Seeders.
. paid the sum of $2143.09 on Feb 25, 1905, j
reaentatiye and piano man. and bis exemption on any kind of property meats and White Rose flour.
, and wherein the defendant Alma .Jones |
aide partner, Clarence Kauffman, this year which accounts to some
recovered against the defendants Louis
repraaenting M Seller A- Co, are in extent, for the higher taxes. To the brother, I. 8 , states lie would start Woldenlierg Sr and Minnie Woldeuberg
small taxpayer in this city and
UNITED ST \ I I•:> LAND OFFICE,
his wile a judgment for the sum of i
Burns, Otcgon, March '20, 190ft. i
school district it makes consider immediately for a trip to England | $2500
Notice is hereby given that the following
00 principal, $388 11 accrued inter-
For sale—A modern five room able differance—something like Pearl is now associated with Homer
named settler bus tiled notice of his intention
I est, 8 per cent interest on said principal
make final proof in support <d his claim, mid
LEW 18 A- GARRETT, Propls.
dwelling, in centre of full block, al) I >1720. The taxes are higher than Davenport on his New Jersey bird sum from Oct. 6,11MM. and for the further to
that suiti nroof will be math» before the Register
anti Receiver at Burns, Oregon, on April ¿.ft,
enced good out buildings. A snap heretofore and without the exemp and animal farm and his trip . sum of $64 50 principal, $2 90 interest« I 'Oft viz II E. No. 1114. of John I. Csr\ for tlie
Special attention giren
NW‘i, Set 19,1
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across the water is in the interest $170 00 attorney fee, and $7 00 costs and NWk
if taken quick. See M. L Lewis tion they are outrageously high.
\ E't >I ’ ,, nti I I''t ' ,
• I, I
to transcient castoni and
; disbursements, which said judgments
lie nanu s the following WltOeMtSI tO prove
Schwartz and Budelman have a| J W Biggs arrived home Satur of the farm.
I were each duly enrolled and docketed in his continuous residence upnii mid tuli nation ♦
salti Imiti, viz .1. T. Rector, Llopl Johnson,
“Mikado Window,” their south win day from an extended visit to San
E, C. Buckelev and A. Winter- the Clerk’s office of sanl court in saitl of
NV. A. ( titters«!!. Walter Clark, all of Lawen,
Horses kept by the day,
dow being devoted to goods of the Francisco and other points in Cal rneir were in from Silvies Tuesday. ( county ou the 15th day ot Oct. 1904, and Oregon.
W m . F akre , Register.
oriental order. It is quite an at ifornia. While absent Mr Biggs Mr. Bulkley informs us be is no and wherein it was further ordered ami
decreed that the Mortgage of plaintiffs
j visited the blooded stock farm con- longer a resident of Harney county, Chas. F. McKinney and James A. Spar-1
FlltSTRCLASS LIVER! TURNOUTS.
The Carter House Barber Shop ' ducted by his cousin in the Sacra- the change made in the line by the row and the mortgage of Defendant Alma NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
fNITKO STATES I.ANI* OFKKE,
at Ontario, Lee Caldwell proprietor, ■ tnento valley and purchased two last legislature making him a resi Jones each be foreclosed ami that the
Burns, Oregon, February 24, 190ft.i |
Hay and grain al mays
Notice ia hereby given that the following
iaone of the most elegant ton9orial ! fine broodmares which will be ship- dent of Grant. This, however, will property hereinafter described, being a I | named
portion of the mortgaged property in
make final pro« f in support of Ills claim.
parlors in all Eastern Oregon. Hot ed to him here in the early part of in no wise interfere with his being volved in said suit, be sold in the order ' I to
mid that said proof will be n ude before the
neighborly with his old friends in
Your patronage solicited.
and Receiver, nt Burns, Oregon, on
and cold baths with a spray bath June. He enjoyed his vacation
mentioned in said decree and applied in I I Register
March 29, 190ft, viz.: II. E N<>. '"•’•* of Charles
connected. Lee’s old time friends
South Main St , Burns, Oregon.
Lot s, Bee.
T. 2ft S , II. 32* • E., W. M
names the following wittiest«to prove
In o'rder to finish a very hand above mentioned in the order and to the i his He continuous
are invited to call on him while at ce at work.
extent mentioned in said decree; There
said land, viz Hcott Hay«*«, Herman Ruh,
Capt. Louey has returned from a some group Mr. Wallace, the taxi fore pursuant to the commands of said of
Sam (Iraves, t harlcs Aiinn'.h, all of Lawen, |
W m F arke , Register.
R H Brown and Henry llamil-]
large bald headed eagle. Hunters 1, Tom Allen, the umlersigned Sheriff
ton came over from Diamond little son Jim and other Burns
of Harney County, Oregon, will on Mon
Thursday bringing Wm Phelps, an Piutes are attending the Indian please make a note of this and semi day the 10 day of April A. D. 1905, offer
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
old timer of that section, who is
for sale at the court house door in the
IN CONNEXION WlIII HARN.
aoffering from cancer of the stom says the children are progressing
City of Burns, Harney County, Oregon,
Henry left the following well in their studies and is proud groups of birds and animals now at public vendue to the highest bidder for
morning to take his sick friend to of Jim who can read and write arranged in various poses and has cash in hand all of the right, title and
interest of defendants Louis Wolden
the railroad from which point be While there Louey’» 14 ponies got one animal upon its permanent berg Sr. and Minnie Woldenberg, his
will be taken to a Portland hospi away from him and since ¡arriving
wife, in and to the f«)llowing des<-ril»«’d
Orders have beei made for cos mortgaged property, to-w it: I irst : Ixrts .
tal. Mr Brown remained in this hero he has found 12 of them. He
city to look aft<r some business expects to return to Bidwell in tumes for flu- ccmic opera “The 4, 5 and 0 of Block 42 of the secon«i addi- 1
Mikado” now being reheaised The lion of Burns; Second. South halt of Lot
HAHRISON & COLIMAN
production will be put on in the 2 in Block 5 on what in known as “Main
Street” in and City of Burna t«»gether
with the buildings and improvements
certainly lie enjoyed by all thereon, Third: Lots 7 and 8 and east
who like comic opera This opera 20 feet of lx>ts 1 and 2 of Bl«>ck 29 of the
I SITED MT VTEH LAND OFFH E.
Burn». Oregon, Mar« h 2«’. 1'*«*.»,
is under the managment of the 1st addition tothecitv of Burns together
with the dwelling house and improve, | Notice Is hereby given tliHt the followltig-
Ladies’ Afternoon Reading Club
i named settler lias Hied noth e ol bis Intention
invnts thereon, that being the order in to make final pr«ad in supportuf hiv«laiin, ami
and the proceeds will be added to which eaid property was «lucre «1 by the that said proof will la- made before the Register
and Receiver at Burn», Oregon mi April/
¡’.he library fund
court to ^l>e sold to sati«fy said judg I I M),., viz: II. E 1112, of Clarence I < *r> for lhe
NW4 NE1.. Lots .. !, I. 7, M, 9 and 10. Etc. I'». T.
M„ It. .9 I: , w. M
Frank Upton, of Riverside, ac ments aceruing interest, costs and ac ¿ft He
names lhe following w I tn »see to prove
< ontinuous residence up«*n and < ulti. ation
companied by E L Beede and Peter
of said land, viz
f. I* Rcct«»r, l.lov«l Johnson.
I»ate«l March 11, 1905.
W A < a!ter»on. Walter ’ lark, all of Law«
Robbins of Drewsey, was in our
TOM ALLEN, Sheriff.
W m E ashk , lleglhter
city Monday making proof on land i
See our dispiay of New
They returned to their homes at
once as they «11 had "Work that NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNITED nTATKS LAND OFFICE.
Burr.■ Or< f»«ri. March ft, 190ft. i
I'MITKI*-T.tTKs LANIIOFFK K.,
Burna. Oregon, March II. 190ft. I
Messrs Beede and Robbins visited named »ettler Im Hied notice of bin intention
Notice is hereby given that the following
¡the local "zoo” «nd «Iso viewed the that said pro.4 will t<e mad* Ex-fore the Rejna'er named «a-Uler ha* filed Doth e <>f hi» Intention
to make final proof in -upp’ ■
h a Haim «i d
Receiver, at Burna, Or«-r<»n, April 11, I’«1
If you do not live in town write for sample«
that »aid proof will !*• made'■••forx the Register
collection of fruit. ■ Ir that is l>eirig^ and
viz: II E No. HUR,of Solomon A. Hibson, for and Receiver, at Burn-, Oregon, on April II,
¿¡, lot« 1 au l z, •«-<•. . T hr> 190ft, viz: II E No 1’1*1, of Thoniaa F. Arnold,
prepared for the f-ewis and Clark H the R ixxa as ft, E 7, . \Her.
for the E', ' I , •
11 * I
fair They con»i lered it « good his < ontin jous midence upon au<! cultivation Heii*in’-i the following with«-«’» to proA r
hl» continuous residence «pen and ’«»61 atli
»aid land viz Newt floorer. Thoma* M
of »aid land, viz: Jam«*» C. Bartlett, ’#»<
but sa\ we must have of
<>it«on. Fred Otley, Jr , John Oard, all of Law. Arnold, I*. <• Bradfield, ^‘-»’ey. Miller all
We are Agents for the W. B. CORSET, America s foremost , showing
Helps to whll away the long winter ev< nings it
w m F arms . Regiau -
Ww F aks I. Register.
We have a nice variety by the best authors.
In a recent issue of the Oreyon-
ian a «•••lutun i« d* voted to eligible» NOTICE EOK PUBLICATION
for governor of th'» »’ate next elec
CMJTF1»*TATEM LAND OFF!« K,
The Lon« Star
Eurns, oro , Ma«« 1«
So well known for their Style and Fit-
tion The derinx r ■’ > »in* of the
N'C... « .* reby given that th« h.llowlng
contest ia rather slv e and only the
m support of Ids claim and that
for lanes , hisses and cuildbev name of Gove,t - < h trnberlnin ap to •aid make
made before th* Register and
at Burns. Oregon, on Avril ¿5. I /'*.
pear» Repi.' .b ane »re nuiiieroua Receiver
viz: Reber«a 4 Cnry, widow of David Cary,
Cor. Main and J’» stretti.
raard H i No. U «1. for the F% s W 4, s* ’ *
IRON (’LAD HOSIERY FOR CHILDREN-»EAR LlkL IININ. ■ nd varied m i on the I at with der
VW'.jMffil »»4 II.B m .D.T ¿fte.RUl..
other» are C A Johr » of Baker City, W -he M nam.-» the follow!ag witm-ea«« »<• prov- MEADS AT Abb HOURS
bi» ««•atlroious r« •
up»»n and rwitliati >fi
Complete stock of Groceries
Judge Webster and Phil Met«cli»n of
said Land, viz J F E.erlor, Lh/yd JoKtie»»’»’
Bakery in eonnestion
a » A « a- < r> n. Waiter <
a«- of Law n
nf Portland, Malcolm M dy John Otrgfrti
HAfflS, BACON, bARD.
For Men and Women
The best mouldboard plow is the
JOHN DEERE PLOW.
The best disc plow is the
A full stock at C. H. Voegtly’s.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
♦ ♦ Special Attention Given
: to Conducting Funerals
SUMMER DRY GOODS
Lp to date Merchandise at Lowest Priceo.
QUEEN SHIRT WAISTS AND UNDERSKITS.
THE WELCOME PHARMACY
JOH\ STROOTMAN SHOES
W m . Faaas K'-giefer
A Spuialtv af Short Orders.
Tabla furnished with • >erything
market afford» Your patron
A S Swain ik in the city on
rieit to hi« family.