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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1905)
1 was a business
Mr and Mrs 1 H Holland have
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visitor to our
city a day or two this returned from their visit to the
Notice is hereby given that the
TUE I.ABGE8T CIRCULATION or
Ham, Bacon, Lard Butter and
Messrs Drinkwater A Clay are firm of Wilson A Ashton has this
T NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
Eggs, Timothy Seed at the City the proprietors of a blacksmith and day beeu dissolved by mutual con-
repair shop in Drewsey. They de sent, Geo. Ashton having retired
from the business.
The Times-Herald man want, sire a share of the public patronage.
SATl’KDAY. AFRIT 15 ’1W».
chickens. Delinquent subscribers
The Ladies of the Baptist church
should take advantage of this.
will give a window sale of home
April 4, 1905.
New spring hats have been re ¡cooking Saturday April 22nd at
Lunaburg A Dalton's store.
also late »«uipirs
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± J. O. Cawlfield >s reported on lnade clothing-Mrs C A Byrd,
The brown thoroughbred Jack.
A K Richardson, James Pirie and and 10 miles East of Burns It
Dr A’. C. Brown, Dentist. Office
”14 hands high,can be seen
lorn Bain were among our visitors
irs in Veogtly building,
at tlje I). M.McMenamv ranch one
from the Harney section yesterday. See Lewis.
o Marshall was down from
Leave orders at the Brewery Sa mile from Burns. Can be purchased
C. A. Bonnett and E. D. Noble,
t creek a few days this week. I
for bottled beer which will be by cash or good note. If not sold be
two of Crane Creek’s substantial
ad Master Hoover has been in citizens were in the city yesterday. delivered at your home in any fore, he will make the stand al this
ffity for several days this week.
quantity desired. Ask for prices ranch for the season beginning
Drop in and get a big glass of
April the 20.
in this city, Tuesday, to i that fine Harney Valley Brewing
J P Rector was among many
Mrs AA’ J Coleman, a son. Co. beer at the new beer hall and witnesses called in the Ausmus
NOTICE OF SAI F.
case the first of the week. Joe re
It is reported that Mrs Jap Mc- i saloon.
ports bis orchard looking well with
Supt Rigby, assisted by Mrs Ger
In the County Court of Harney County,
Kian"u is suffering from spotted
every indication of a big crop.
ald Griffin, conducted Sth grade
C. A. tjweek, plaintiff
examinations in the public school
Geo Waters was confined to his
building this week.
the man, but gee, don't they help,
home for a few days this week, but
Notice is hereby given, that pursuant
AA’e'll take your measure to an execution issued from the office of I
Black Minorca eggs for hatching.
ia again on duty.
satisfaction.— I the County Clerk of Harney County, Trading Stamps given
*s* wi/ on
an v cocks
izv o 3 rm
for d sale,
tt i o | The and
Jew Spring and Summer styles great j j
Oregon on the 4tli day of March 1905,
. E. Schwartz and Budelman.
Agents for McCall Bazar Patterns
commanding uie to levy upon and sell
»s’ fine custom made cloth Buits I Ilibbard.
Having sold the furniture busi- the hereinafter described real pro|»erty
Marahal Brenton has gone out to i ne88’ C< A B-vrd wiU now turn his to satisfy a judgment rendered in tlie Singer Sewing Machines Sold on Easy Terms.
Itevens A Bros.
the desert to look after his property attention t0 paintinK and paper alxive named court for the sum of $5t> 00
Kd .1 Catlow, U. S. land commis interests. John Thomas wears the J han8inK a,’d solicits a share of and costs taxed at $15 00 and ordering
j the sale of the property herein attached,
sioner and attorney of Denio, is ex-1
your patronage. He will also con in favor of ttie plaintiff 0. A. Sweek and 1
star during Mart’s absence.
pacted here on land business in a
duct a cabinet a*nd repair shop.
against defendant A. J. Gardner, in an j
Alfalfa seed, Alsike clover seed,
few days—Lake view Examiner.
action thereiu pending wherein the sai»l
Mrs Elma Jones and children , C. A. Sweek was plaintiff aud said A. .1.
Timothy seed, Red top seed, Turk-
Ad <in George is selling school eystan alfalfa seed, Red clover seed. haye taken their departure for1 Gardner defendant,which said judgment
furniture and the various districts Call and examine and get prices.— Hoquiam, AA’ashington, where she was duly docketed »in the 3rd day of
should see him before placing Geer A Cummins.
will live for an indefinite period March 1905, thetefore 1, the undersigned
Sheriff of llarnev County, Oregon, in
I desire to express my sincere Mrs Jones has hiepoaed of most of > obedience to tlie commands of said
Tlx irton Williams, who has been appreciation to the many friends
Execution, will on Monday the sth day
confined to bis home for the past who showed such kindness and and stock leased. They go to the of May 1905, at the Court House door
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day
winter on account of ill health, was I sympathy during the trying hours railroad by private conveyance.
in the City of Burns, Harney County,
considerable worse Tuesday even i of the death and burial of my
Burns Meat Market, corner Main Oregon, offer for sale at public vendure
ing .but is now better.
P aul B lume .
B st. AA’e are now prepared to fur to the highest bidder for cash all the
We sell the famous
QUEEN QUALITY SHOES
10 and 15 Cents.
The best mouldboard plow is the
JOHN DEERE PLOW
Emanuel Clark has rented hie
C AA’ McClain is again
having arrived from the railroad ranch for a term of years to Rush
the first of the week, He is lock i McIIargire and will leave the first
ing ¡well and says he is enjoying, of next week for a tour of various
sections. He does not know just
how long he will be absent or what
Otis McKinnon, a you ne man particular sections he will visit
from Cascade Locks, arrived here during his absence.
th« first of the week with the i nten-
S. AV. Thompson arrived home
tion of locating permanently, He
from southern Califor
baa gone to Lawen where he enter
nia. where he spent the winter with
ed th employment of R R. Hitz,
bis son. The latter was in very
, the cattle breeder.
poor health and had gone there for
Frank Rieder took his departure t relief. It had the desired effect we
on the stage yesterday morning for are pleased to learn and the young
Ontario where he was called on J man has fully recovered, weighs
business connected with his duties 175 pounds and has a good posi
as general manager of the Road | tion. Mr. Thompson is at present
Company lands. He expects to be on the lift but says a few days of
abaent about ten days.
1 fresh Harney valley air and sun
Win. Burrow, son of Dr. Burrow, shine will cure a man of anything.
was an arrival on last Wednesday's
R J McKinnon came over from
Will spent the past winter Diamond this week having re
attending the 0. A. C. at Corvallis. signed his position at that place.
He reports the other Harney county [ He noted the stir that the seedless
•Indents in the institution doing apple trees have caused through the
well in their studies and well pleas columns of this great religious.
ed with the school.
“Uncle Bob" says his tree contin
ues to bear seedless fruit and that
Clay Luce, a nephew of Mr. and l
the apples are of fine flavor and
B Mrs <‘has. Belshaw, was the guest
of the latter Thursday. Mr Luce1 medium size. He does not know
as to their quality as keepers.
was on route from his home in
Malheur county to the John Day Since this matter has come up and
when- he was called by the serious been published it is found there
illm s of his mother. Mr Luce are more seedless apple trees in
•tates that letters from the John Harney county which brings forth
to the cause
Day indicate that the recent cold much coin ment as
•Itell seriously injured the ' fruity
worked this peculiar phenomenon.
crop »f that section and ynnsibly A most through investigation will
only a partial crop of fruit will be be made of the matter by horticui-
^■le» »! this season.
nish all kinds of Sausages, in quan right title ami interest of defendant A
tities to suit. AVe butcher only J. Gardner in and to the following de
scribed real property <owit: The South
choice beef, pork and mutton. Our West quarter of the South West quarter
meats are slaughtered and cut up of Section 1»‘>, Tp. 22, South, Range 32
by experienced butchers.
Our E. W. M. in Harney County, Oregon, to
Sausages are clean, wholesome pro satisfy said judgment, interest, coats and .
perly seasoned by an experienced
Sheriff of llarnev County Oregon
sausage maker AVe Huy for Cash,
therefore we can afford to sell at
Market, sausage Ì
room and slaughter house open for I
Woldenlierg Sr., Minnie >
Dr II M Horton is now absent in [.Ollis
Wolilenberg liis wife, Alma :
Portland, having left here last
Jones and Sam Mothershead |
week. He went as a delegate to
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
the A. O. U. AV
Grand Lodge lo an Exocution in foreclosure issued
and incidentally will look after | from the above Court on the 11th day
some private busines (luring his of March A. I>. 1‘JO.i iu a suit in said
visit in the metropolis. He will court wherein Chaa F. McKinney ami
look after some repairs needed to James A. Sparrow were plaintiffs and
! Ixuiie Wouldenberg Sr. and Minnie
the electric light plant and upon Woldenlierg hia wife, Alma Jones and
his return it is likely the power Sam Motherehead, receiver, were defen
house will be closed down again dants, and wherein plaintiffs recovered
and the power transferred to the a judgment against defend mts l.ouis
grist mill. He is expected home Woldenlierg Sr. and Minnie Woldenlierg
i his wife, for the sum of Three Thousand
about the 20.
FRUIT—I will quote fruit as
follows for cash F. O. B. Ontario
Evaporated prunes, very fine, |>er
box 41 cents per i>ound. Evapor
ated prunes, very fine, 200 pound
barrel 4 cer.t per pound. Evapor
ated raspberries (broken) 10 cents,
; AA . AV. Paremain. apples, very fine
per box $1 25 1 will trade prunes
for a horse or a colt of any age
that will make a 1400 horse
M. B. Sherman,
M. L. Lewis went out to Silvies
, AVedtiesday to take measurements
; of the water for the government
geological service. He rejHirt« the
water much less there than at this
time last year
He also observed
conditions there and also on Emi
grant creek and ia positive the flow
will keep up longer thia year than
| last. He says Silvies river will be
uj>on this wat**r for irrigating pur*
C. F McKinney • entitled to the
I championship bell I >r trout fishing
took of Summer Dry Goods. '‘Seeing is I (♦•lifting. next He Spent a coup!« < f <l*v* this week
leek's aiiiioiiiitviiieiitH will give yon good news regarding up the river with h - line securing
specimens of brook out to lie sent
air shoe department of which we have made a
with the lfarn»v county exhibit to
the Lewis and < lark fair He had
excellent lock x*»d I »U< eeded in
wing to the gooil valves, which we give you for your landing some hrmiti that are now
with the displsv at G
i er A Cum-
ruins’. One h ir>d«-'m- fellow mea-
aures over 33 .. . bee u> >• » g'h and
weighs fl pruli.d and »Joi '
beauty »»• landed wi'h a small
jointed fishing red ami nrdir.arv
BEST ON EARTH.
tackle. Mac you may g» to the
head of the cls-s »■eeides receiving
the thanks of the ¡newt Lewis and
Clark aecociation for aertire» ren-
OHN STOOTMAN SHOES
Be sure and call and see and get prices before purchasing.
Also a full stock of Disc and Tooth Harrows and Seeders
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
inspection. Give us a call and
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for the County of Harney.
Kaiser it Felton, Props.
Chas. F. McKinney and Janies')
A. Sparrow, plaintiffs,
plcndid assortment of high grade merchandise at the low- ca,rJ'ibg ,h" present amount of
water up to the first of Jun*. If
■st possible prices has brought ns customers galore. Me
h jg the cggp (| Rre ,g no
ppreciate tlwir patronage and this season we have hud worry regarding crop* that depend
The best disc plow is the
A full stock at C. H. Voegtly’s
Horses kept by the day,
week or monili.
FIRST CLASS LO I RA
CNH El» STATIC LAN I) (»FEK’E,
Burna Oregon, April II, 190&.i
Notice is hereby given that Thointix Turnbull
of < ord, Oregon,* haw file»! notice of intention
to make proof on bin deiiert-land claim Nt». 137,
for the W‘..NW4 S it 27, '‘F'.NW1*, Het ?■*. T. 27
S R 3S E. W. M. before the Rogiiitcr and Receiver
at Burns, Oregon, on Turfttiny, the ?l«i 'lay of
He names the following witneaB»« to prove
the complete irrigation ami reclamation <>t aaid
land H. T. Sutton, John Met umrey, (' I
Dollars, principal sum, 1448 HU accrued Powell all of l ord Oregon ami Julian George
interest, 10 per cent interest on said of l.awen.
\\ d F akkr , Regieter.
principal sum from Aug. 2l(, l'.sU, $lt»o
attorneys fee*, $2"i 50 coate and »fisburse-
ments, U|»on wliich judgment there was
paid tlie auinof 12143.09 on Feb 25, 1HO5,
and wherein the »fefi-ndant Alma.lom.-K
recovered against the defi-mlaiits Iztuiv
Woldenlierg Sr an»l Minnie Woldenberg
hia wife a jmlgment for tlie sum of
425O0 00 principal, 1388 11 accrued inter-1
eat, 8 p< r cent interest on said principal
sum from <>et. 6, 1004, and lor the further
sum of $>¡4 50 principal. $2 90 interest,
$170 00 attorney fee. ami $7 0O costs and j
disbursements, which sai»l judgments
wi-reeach duly enrolled ami docketed in
the Clerk’s office of said court in e*i»l
county ou tlie 15lh »lay ot Oct. 1**04. ami
ami wherein it was further orilertil and
I Ml HI» -T 11 KH I I SI» »»UH » (
»lecrevd that the Mortgage of plaintiffs
linrna Urvg*»u, Mart h
Chas. F. McKinney and James A Spar
Nolic«* la hereby given that the ft»11»^ mg
row and the mortgage of l»efen.!ant Alma named settler haa lii«-<l uotii » of his liil^W -n
to make final pr*a»f In nupportof him lalm, ami
Jones each be foreclosed and that the t Ft a* uni»! proof w ill be matb-1»» tore th» Kvgiatrr
Keceivr at Burna, Oregon, on \|»ril...
prop»*rty hereinafter ilescribed, Ix-mg a I MF», I vl/
II. I 1112, of < ¡ar»»u» e I < ar. for th*-
portion of the mortgaged properly in- N W4 NE'g, Lola 2. ■ , I. 7, «. 'f ai d 11». e<-. U*. 'I
¿ » H, , K -1E . W . M
volve»! in sai»l suit, be sold in tlie order 1 He naiiies the following witn*
bin ffonllnuoua rcaidence upon an 1 cultii ation
mentione»l in sai'l decr»-e and applied in of
aaid land, viz .1 I' Rector, I.Ioy»l lolim>oii
aatiafaction of tlie judgments herein W A * attenon, Walter • 'atk, all of l.aw«-»t,
above mentioned in the order and to tlie
W m E arrf ., Kegietcr.
extent mentioned in said decree; There
fore pursuant to the comtnan Is of sai»l
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
I, Toni Allen, the undersigned Sheriff
I’NITEI» ^TATKM LAND OFFf< K,(
Hurns, On-gun, April is, rsy. I
of HarneiConnty. Oregon, w 11 on We»l-
Notice ia hereby given that »he following
nes<lav the 17 »lay of May A. I>. 1905, at named aettlvr has filed notice of his Intention
make final proof hi mi f port •<! hip Haim, and
the hour of 2o'clock p rn of sal»l »lay offer to
that snld proof will l-e »n«*de • - for. the Register
for sale at the court house door in the and Receiver, .»t Burn«, Oregon, on May 21
|W». viz- II K No I'»; ., .»f John W Bttoy. k*
City of Borns, Harney County, Oregon the
-♦ - 27 I A - ,
1 A M
at public vendue to tlia higlieat bidder for I.
ID name« the following wltiiraaea loprove
cash in liaml all of the right, title and iita > <.ntInnoua residence uj»on and «-tiMf vation
aaid land, viz; I!vroti Terrill, Ar< hie Me
interest of <lefen»lants Louis Woldvn- of
(jovan. Erank O Ja* a«<»i John llippwmati «11
berg Sr. and Minnie Woldenbarf, hie of Murn* Oregon
Wa F arm * Itegiater
wife, in end to tlie following daaoiliad
morlgag»«»J jsoperty, to-wit: First: l>»t*
4, 5 an«l 6 of Bio»-k 4*2 of the aecoml a»i»ii-
tlon ot Burn* ; Secon»! South half ot L»>t
Ik l.nBc Star
Zin Blok 5 n what i« kn»>wn as “Main
street ' in *4>d City of Burn* together
with th»- buiidinga and improvement*
Lota 7 ami 8 and east
Cor .Main an<l B KtreeU.
20 feet of l>As I and 2 ot Block 29 of th«
lat a»Mltion to the city of Burns togetliet
with the »Iweiiing ho»>»»e an»i improve MEAbS AT Abb HOURS
merit* tl»ei‘-on, that being tlie order in
Bakery in aonnention
which *a'»l pronwety wa* <l«<-ree>l by the
• onrt to 1« *»>id to *ati*fy *ni<l j'ldg
A Spuiall y »I Start Urkrt.
nt* a. cm g interest, cost* u.4 *■-
Tabi» furriiolied with everything
< ruing coats
'the mark»I affords
Dated March II, 1*05
Hay and ¿rain always
A’our patronage solicited.
Smith Main St , Burns, Or» gon.
:♦ Special Attention t liiven
to Conducting Ifinerals
♦♦ NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
” < ■ i i i ’
Helps to while away the lonji wittier rvenintfs.
We have a nice variety by the b< st authors.
THE WELCOMF PHARMACY