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Swifta’ Premium Heine at the
Mrs Chas Roper was over from
"THE SATISFACTORY STORE”
City Meat Market.
Mrs E. J. Newell and eon Tod Osborne sad Acme mowers at the O.
' Broady ’14 hands high,can be seen
JAS THE LARGEST CIBCÜLATION OF were up from Narrows Wednesday C. Co. get their pricee.
at the D. M. McMenamv ranch one
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THISCOUN'TY.
David Craddock was a business mile from Burns. Can be purchased
James Mahon aud wife were over
from Anderson valley a few days visitor from Silvies Wednesday.
by cash or good note If not sold be
SATl’RDAY. APRIL 1 1Mb.
Fresh oysters at the City Meat fore, he will make the stand at this
Miss Delta Dillard has closed Market 85 cents per can.
ranch for the season beginning
school on Silver creek and is
down April the 20.
again at home.
from Silvies Wednesday on busi-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Rev A. J. Irwin arrived home I ness.
Want some garden seeds free?
fXITKD STATES I.AS1> OFKh K.
See Geer A’ Cumpiins’ ad.
Thos Sagers has taken a position
Bums, Oregon, March 11. iso... i
Notice le hereby given that the following
and other points.
, with John Gemberling in the named
Sled notice ul hla intention
Dr. W.C. Brown, Dentist. Office
to make final proof tn support of hie < lann . .1 '
New spring hats have been re jewelry store.
that said proof will be made l.etorc the K . al
upstairs in Veogtly building
t and Receiver, at Burns. Oieyou. on April 11
ceived, also late samples for tailor
via: Thomas K Arnold. Ttevisee oi Arllnti
Frank Johnson and wife left the IS06.
Fred Oakerman and
B. Patou, deceased. II. E. So 12:10. for the sK‘ .
made clothing—MrsC A Byrd.
SW"i Sec SI, r.
S . K. st E . I Ota i and
visitors to r>ur city the
st', SWSec 6. r. .'1 S . K Ifc.W M
wllnesse. to prof,
T J Shields was over from Silver,
hla coutluuous residence upou and cultivation |
of said laud, via: James c Hartlelt. Oscar ,
creek this week taking back a load
G. I- Hembree, the Riley mer Arnold, I., l HradHehl. Wesley Miller, all.
Mis M Horton is over from bin
of seed grain upon his return home. chant, was a visitor to our city la-t rtrewaey. Oregon.
W m . P a K kb , Kegiatcr.
mond the guest of Mr ami Mrs
Drop in and get a big glass of Saturday and Sunday.
that fine Harney Valley B-jwing
J M Merritt and family have
NOTICE OE SALE.
Some fine singing and a good
Co. beer at the new beer hall and again moved to their ranch home
long laugh fo> all who take in The
on Silver creek after spending the In the County Court of Harney County,
Mikado Friday night.
Don’t neglect cutting out Geer A winter here.
C. A. gwoek, plaintiff
G. W. Clevenger A Co haB
bought the business of the Burns
not appear again and you want from I.awen last Saturday on court Notice is hereby given, that pursuant
Furniture Co. and yesterday mov
those garden seeds.
business. He was accompanied to an execution issued from the office of
ed the stock.
the County Clerk of Harney County, Trading Stamps given
♦25,000 to loan on first class,
Oregon on the 4th day of March 1905,
New Spring and Summer styles
Agents lor McCall Bazar Patterns 10 and 15 Cents.
first mortgages on improved farm
Florence Porter left yesterday commanding me to levy upon and sell
ladies’ tine custom made cloth suits
property—apply to N. U. Carpen- on No. 6 for Hailey, where she will the hereinafter described real proper!}* Singer Sewing Machines Sold on Easy Terms.
— Mrs Charles Wilson, agent Chas
ter. Burns, Ore.
spend the summer with her sister. to satisfy a judgment rendered in the
A. Stevens A Bros.
above named court for the sum of $50 00
R H Brown is over from Diamond ! —Huntington Herald.
and costs taxed at $15 00 and ordering
Chas Wilson is now sole proprie
having couie in to look after some
♦25,000 to loan on first class, the sale of the property herein attached,
tor of the blacksmith shop on main
business connected with the estate first mortgages on improved farm in favor of the plaintiff C. A. Sweek and
6treet having bought out the inter
defendant A. J. Gardner, in an
of the late Wm Phelps.
property—apply to N. U. Carpen against
est of Geo Ashton.
action therein pending wherein the said i
Alfalfa seed, Alsike clover seed,
C. A. Sweek was plaintiff aud .-aid A. J.
Adam George is selling school
Timothy seed, Red top seed, Turk-
Messrs Drinkwater A Clay are Gardner defendant,which said judgment
furniture and the various districts
eystan alfalfa seed, Red clover seed the proprietors of a blacksmith and- was duly docketed on the 3rd day of
should eee him before placing
March 1905, therefore 1, the undersigned
Call and examine and get pricee — repair shop in lfrewsey. They de Sheriff* of Harney County, Oregon, in
Geer A Cummins.
sire a share of the public patronage. obedience to the commands of said
Born—To Mr anil Mrs A. K. |
District Attorney McCulloch has The O. V. Co. have just received ten Execution, will on Mouday the 8th day
of May 1905, at the Court House door
Hurdisty on Trout creek, April 3, a
returned to Vale after looking after arluads of goods, consisting of Bain and at the hour of 2 o’clock p. m. of said day
6 pound girl. Dr Marsden was the |
Winona wagons, barb wire, blacksmith
the interests of the state at the coal, furniture, nails, coal oil, sugar, in the City of Burns, Harney County.
present term of court.
Oregon, offer for sale at public ventlure
meats and White Rose flour.
♦GOO will take 160 acres of good |
to the highest bidder for cash all the
For sale—Two lots 100x100,
The Harney Valley Brewing Co. right title and interest of defendant A
and 10 miles East of Burns
It small house partly furnished, wood
opened up its new beer hall aud J. Gardner in and to the following de
was a choice claim five years ago.
shed and well. Good garden. A saloon last Saturday. Geo. Waters, scribed real property towit: The South
bargin. Terms, see M. L. I,ewis.
general manager is in charge with West quarter of the South West quarter
of Section 16, Tp. 22, South, Range 32
Dr Marsden went to see Ben
Some of the best talent to be had Frank Brittingham as assistant
E. W. M. in Harney County, Oregon, to
Craddock while on a visit to Silvies 1 in Eastern Oregon will take part in
satisfy said judgment, interest, costs ami
Be sure and call and see and get prices before purchasing.
the first of the week and reports the comic opera at Locher’s hall
the man, but gee, don’t they help,
Friday night. Be sure to see it. though We’ll take your measure
Sheriff of llarnev County Oregon. Also a full stock of Disc and Tooth Harrows and Seeders.
Rev. A. B. Minaker, the new Beuneuibei it is for a good cause.
pastor of the Baptist church in this
S S Williams, the O-B stage man Schwartz and Budelman.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
citv, informes up he has purchased was looking after his interests here
Alfred Marshall was up from I
the largest of the Elma Jones cot a few days this week. He reports
t'NITKIt STATIC- I.AXtl Of Hl K.
BuriiR. Oregon, Mitrcli -JO, I'.Kt». j
tages on the hill and will make his the roads in a very bad condition, NafYows Thursday. He brought in I h the Circuit Court of the State of Ore- Notice is hereby given 1 lint Hie following
a handsome bald beaded eagle that 1 goti for the County of Hartley.
nnine«l settler lint* flletl notice of his intention
permanent home in this city.
to make iintil proof in supporl of his claim, ami
LEWIS A GARRETT, I’ropte.
but with good weather they were was needed by the taxidermist to Chas. F. McKinney and James |
that Haiti proof will be made before the Register
A. Sparrow, plaintiffs,
iiik I Receiverat Burns, Oregon, on April
Henry Hamilton arrived here improving.
complete a beautiful group
Special attention giren
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from John bay Wednesday. He
' Louis Woldenberg Sr., Minnie J
NF.'« SE>,. and Lot < .
I. T. • ■ .It. ' . I -
Mr and Mrs I H Holland took
Lewis Stanclift has returned here Woldenberg his wife, Alina I
transcient castoni and
had gotten that far with his friend, their departure last Tuesday for the
He names the following witnesses to prove
after an absence of several years Jones and Sam Mothers head |
Wm. Phelps, en route to the rail Alvord ranch where they will visit and is visiting with his parents, Receiver, defendants.
of said land, viz I. I*. Rector, Lloyd Johnson,
Notice is hereby given that pursuant W A. < attersan, Walter ( lark, all of I.awen,
road when the latter died. Henry a short time. Mies Gladys re
/torses kept by the day,
Mr and Mrs Geo. Stanclift. When | to an Execution in foreclosure issued Oregon.
W m . E ahick . Register.
says the man suffered very much mained here with Mrs Gould, not
week or month.
asked where he name from he said from the above Court on the 11th day
and that had he known bis serious desiring to miss her school work.
Ì of March A. I). 1905 in a suit in said
condition would not have attempt
UBS! CLASS LIVLRY IIRNOI IS.
court wherein Chas F. McKinney and NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
James A. Sparrow were plaintiffs and
ed the journey. Henry states that
t’NITKI» STATES LAND OFFICE,
Burud Oregon, March 6, l'J05.i
deceased had been told by his phy ly a resident of this county, but chant, accompanied by bis wife, ar Louis Wouldenherg Sr. ami Minnie
Hay and 'drain always
Notice id hereby given that the following-
i Woldenberg his wife, Alina Jones and
nanied settler has tiled notice of hid intention
sician two weeks before that he
to make line I proof in support of hl*.« la I in, and
Mr Parrish expects to remain here Sam Mothershead, receiver, were defen that
KHiil proof will he made before the Register
should go to the hospital at once I California some years ago, has re-
and Receiver, al Burns, Oregon, April II, I'm.,
Your patronage solicited.
II E. No. llhJ.of Solomon A. Gibson, (or
and is eorry there was any delay. turned to the Drewsey section we several days visiting his father a judgment against defend mts Louis viz;
7, s. Her.
Lots 1 aiol '. Sec. ’Ji, T. •
are informed by Milt Davis, to re- Hon. C W Parrish, his brother Woldenlierg Sr. and Minnie Woldenberg S the R Lots
32«, E . W M
South Main St . Burn-1, <fregón.
The Times-Herald is in receipt main permanently.
lie names the mllowing witncds« s t<> prove
Sam, and friends.
his wife, for the sum of Three Thousand his continuous residence upon and < ulti v at ion
of a letter from “Uncle” George
»aid hind, viz Nenl Hoover, I I ioiiihm M
Thos Wingfield informs us he re Dollars, principal sum, $448 80 accrued <*(
(iibaon, Fred Utley. Jr . John oard. all of l aw.
L. M. Brown, of the firm of N.
Dunean in which he states he
interest, 10 per cent interest on said en. Oregon.
\\ m EtRKir. Regiater.
would starton a return trip to this Brown, A Sons, took his departure son, Sam, at Tonopah, stating that principal sum from Aug. 29, 1904, $190
city about the 4th or 5th of this
the other son George was down with ments, upon which judgment there was
month. During bis recent visit be absent an indefinite time. Hie smallpox and had been quarantin paid the sum of $2143.09 on Feb 25, 1905,
NI:U AND ACCI RAIL HAY SCALES
here he found a very large bone father, who spent the winter in San ed. Geo Wingfield is credited with and wherein the defendant Alma Jones
IN CONNECTION Willi BARN
near the lakes and left it with Francisco, had been sick for the making a million dollars in the recovered against the defendants Louis
Hon. C W Parrish Since then
past few years in that big mining his wife a judgment for the sum of
Mr. Dunean has found it to be the to see how he was progressing, camp.
$2500 00 principal, $388 11 accrued inter
thigh bone of Condon’s Willamette therefore went to him.
Commissioner Best, who whs in est, 8 per cent interest on said principal
ox. From the nixe of the bone
to attend the adjourned meeting of sum from Oct. 6, 1994, and for the further
found it is considered the bovine however, and bis many friends
sum of $64 50 principal, $2 90 interest.
court last week, moved bis family $170 00 attorney fee, and $7 00 costs and
here need feel no anxiety.
was at ’.east seVe-i feet high
out to the ranch upon his return disbursement«, which said judgments
Saturday. The family had been were each duly enrolled and docketed In
residing in this city since last fall, the Clerk’s office of «aid court in said
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where the children had been i Mend county ou the 15th day ot Oct. 1904, and
and wherein it »as further ordered and
ing school. Mrs Best did not ac decreed that the Mortgage of plaintiffs
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company them home toil left on Chas. F. McKinney and James A Spar
Burnii (iri-gon, Mm« li I*. !'«<»
Noti«*«* is liertby k ! v «* ii that the following
last Saturday's stage to visit her row and the mortgage of Defendant Alma name«!
settler hns filed notb e of h'* Intention
father in Idaho
Jones each be foreclosed and that the to make final proof In support«*! hit* lalni. nn*i
that mhk I proof will I h » Diade In-foie tlx Itexliter
We sell the famous
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
property hereinafter degcribed. being a
Receiver at Burnii, Oregon. <»n April.’..
Burns Meat Market, corner Main portion of the mortgaged property in and
I’Hii. viz II. E 111-’, of» ar*-io »• I <ar> for the
Ne' NK‘.. I.o»a J. t, « 7. ■» ‘»an« in. sec. I’». 1
Bt We are now prepared tn fur volved in said suit, be sold in the order A.
R « K . W. M
names the following w.i«.<»
nish all kinds nf Sausages, in quan mentioned in said decree and applied in bin He « oritlnuoud
and tilth ati«*u
of said land, viz J I' lte«tor. Lloyd Johnaon,
tities to suit. We butcher onl.v
W A < al tersoti, Walter * lark, all of LffWffii.
¡choice heef. pork ami mutton. Our above mentioned in the order and to the « iretron.
W m . F ar R k , Register.
extent mentioned in said decree; There
1 meat« ate slaughtered and cut up fore pursuant to the commands of said
Our • writ»
Whether you can obtain stylish and down-to- I by experienced butchers.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I Sausages are clean, wholesome pro-
I, Torn Allan, the undersigned Sheriff
date dry goods, call on us and w« w ill convince I perly seasoned f>y an experienced oi Harney County, Oregon, will on M »n-
t xiTr.i»-Tiriw I ANnorrn k .,
Burnì. (>rr<uit, Mar« h II, l‘«»X*. »
? ou that we not only have some, but that we ¡sausage maker We Buy for Cash, day the 10 day of April A. D. 1905, at named
Notice I* hereby giver» fl
«filler has filed D<»tl< id hl* hitenlion
the hour of 2o’clock p rn of sai«l day offer
hi« claim. «1*4
carry quite an exclusive line, from medium to therefore we can afford to sell at for sale at the court house door in the that »aid
will ba mad* for. the Keeteter
( ity of Burns, Harney County, Oregon, |wt>. vlx || K Nio 1 r I <*f I
the very finest grades.
room and slaughte :i bouse open for al public vendue to the highest bidder for for 1! the H • » KS, >er. 7.T ’
hi« rontinnoos r*-«id',n« •- up
inspection. Give i < a call and cash in band all of the right, title and of
«aid Isnd tlx: Jam«*- •
intereet of defendants Louis Wolden- Arnold,
L. < Bradfield, W«-t
l«rg Sr. aud Minnie Wuldenberg, his
IF IN DOUBT
Swiss and Muslin Embroideries.
Allover Swiss Embroideries.
Corset Cover Embroideries.
FRUIT—I will quote fruit as
JOHN STOOTMAN SHOES
For Lalies and CNidren
BEST ON EARTH.
SC3M2 & BDAN.
o |t. < Intar o
very tine per
in d. E’t ipor-
barrel 4 c*f.l |«*r |*oun«l Evapor-
a ted raaplx-rnea (brek» ri) 10 cent«
w w Pa remain, apple«, very fine
per bol »1 2" I will trade prune»»
for a hors» or a colt of any age
that will make a 1400 horse
M B. SF»erman.
4, 5 and 6 of Block 42 oi the aeeund addi
tion of Burna; Second KouUi hall of Lit
2 in Block 5 on what h known a** Main
street” in and lit) of Burns together
with th»- L iildingff and improvement«
1/4« 7 and 8 and east
2U feet of l>4s I and 2 of Block 29 of th«
lai additK-n tn thee ity of linrnn together
with the dwelling house an*f improve..
bwing ll*e order in
which «aid ¡»r r*rty wm le<*rwd by the
o-wrt to t»e «old to sati«fy said jndg
meni« a • m .g ir.terewt, cowl« and a-
< ruing coats
iHtrd March II. 1405
Ik-ips to while away the long winter evenings
We have a nice variety by the best authors.
Kai. i r A Felton, Prop«
wife, in and to the following d«*«cril’ed
Free delivery, mortgaged property, to-wit : F irst lx»ts
LACES ANO RIBBONS ill Endless Varieties follows for cash F
Ginghams, Percales, and pretty Walstings--- Evaporate« I prui»«*-
We have many patterns to choose from.
Cantu p»-r u
THE WELCOME PHARMACY
The I.one Mar
China < »••‘•rge, Proprietor.
Cor. Main nr»«J B **tr«**f“.
MEAbS «T Abb HOURS
Bakery in eonneetion
Tabi» furnished with everything
the market afford« Your patron-