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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1905)
G Griffin WM
' M. Street and wife tyere over
J P Rector is in the city from
from Buck Creek a few days this Crow camp.
Bring your eggs t.> the t !t. \| ,t week.
HE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF Market and get cash for th-
Joe Vanderpool was among our
< B Austnus Jack will stand visitors this week.
XSY newspaper in this county .
J P Dickenson is h >me from
3 this -. a-iyi at the Stone house on
T. S. Sullivan is over from Pia-
trip to Boise, Idaho
the Stauffer ranch
V H KDA Y, JUNE 10 l'JÜú
inotal for a few days.
Nabisco,, Maeroonas, Pimonas
Mrs Isaac Schwartz* and little
New goods at the City Drug
and Festinas, are among th n div laughter are spending a few days
Store. Candies, nuts, etc.
fine table delicacies at Huston’s.
at the \ arien ranch in the country.
A. K. Richardton was down troni
New spring hats have been re- the saw mill Sunday.
. -t'.irts! Go-Carts! Go-Carts! i
davs this week, having been sub- cciv. I d- late samples for tailor
i; V < Te ven ger A Co.
Whaldoes it all mean at Browns4
Ipoenoetl as * wit,,. ..
mad. ' lathing—MrsC A Byrd.
\ .veil Hall is in this city frotu divorce case.
It means money saving Methods.
Sam King waa showing one of
Born—In thia city last Monday
♦C<l° will take ltJO acres ,,f g.... 1 the I st t'vo-year-old colts we have
Ur. W C. Brown, Dentist, Office anj ¡(j mj]
to Mr and Mrs Crawford a daugh-
_.les East of Burns
It i* n in th.- section here last week.
upstair» in Veogtly building.
J was a choice claim live years
It you could buy the goods you
Eldon Johnson made a tiyiiig
Born—In this city, Tuesday.
use at a 10 per cent less figure
tr : io I. iwed the first of the week.
Mannie Newell and sister. Mis- would you buy under the Cash June ti, to M-* and Mrs Frank Tur
ner, a son.
Adam George is selling school1 Laura, accompanied by S:lIU W. rt. System?
few days this week
furniture and the various districts j came up from the
eeo him before placing yesterday.
E. E. Purrington was down from
The firm of Haines A Nelson, the
McKinney A Purrington saw
Jewelers, having been dissolved, the
Regular shipments of Hood River partnership good s are being sold mill this week.
Miss Lena Robertson was the strawberries twice a week
gm-st of her Bister, Mrs H. E.. the season at Schwartz A
I ., mipson, at the Burns a few days j man’s, 20 cents tin- box
“THE SATISFACTORY STORE”
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You will save money. You will get the best goods.
You will get the lowest prices.
Y oh will anticipate your wants and make cash sys
tem arrangements, l he largest stock ot merchan
l he best
111 Eastern Oregon to select from.
treatment possible, We know we can get your
trade it will pay you to commence the cash system
with us Jan. I. 190b
Dr. J. \V. Geary was called to
to see Henrv Hamilton
Mrs T. J. (' .zaa departed for her
home last Tuesday after visiting who was reported quite ill.
Commissioner • • Miller
• • • B V S wa-
•• C*. titilli
Z with her
in the sev«tal days in this city
desiring to purchase a city Monday to attend an adjourn «Irf ’-ht r Mrs Win Farre.
; mo should call at G W Cleven- ed term of county court. He re
'l our eftuhes Made to Measure
g r A Co’ij furniture store. This turned home Tuesday.
by M. Born \V Co , assures a fit and
firm now carries instruments.
it inaction, you take no
Jan 1, 1906, just a money saving (perfect
l he Times-Herald force can tes proposition for Cash System People chances — Schwartz A Budelman.
tify t<> the line quality of ice cream I Don’t think you can't be nneofj
I.ovd Johnson and family were
i,,.uh- by Emmett Reed at the city them. You can. N Brown A Sons the guests of relatives in this city,
Grocery. He has our thanks for a 1
F. V. Hauck the horst* buyer of Monday and Tuesday, leaving for
ni,-*- treat last Saturday.
Rocky Ford. Colorado, is again tie ir home at Lawen Tuesday after
Mrs Geo. Waters left here Tues here for the purpo e of Imving noon.
Born—To Mr and Mrs F
Reider at their home in this city
last Tuesday, June 6, a son.
Al Weatherly was over from
among the boy, for a few days.
Go to Haines A Nelson’s and get
Rogers Bros silverware at cost.
See their line of watches and Jew
Win Buffington and family aie
I*. M. Cheney came over from hie here from Malheur county on a
joined by Capt. A W. Waters and
Drop in am) get a big glass of home Yesterday bringing in two visit to Mrs Butfington's parents.
wife when they will proceed to that fine Harney Valley Br<
ye irling mules Which he had sold Mayor and Mrs Cummins.
Portland to visit the Lewis and Co. beer at the new beer hall and to \i • -.-re Patton A Ketchum, the
Dr. W. L. Marsden was called to I
John Day last Sunday afternoon to
Tom Jenkins is in from the Jen
.I \\ Buchanan and wife, acconi- see Mrs B. C. Trowbridge, who was
Ora Hill and his sister. Mis.
kins Bros ranches and informs us
| Julia, were in from their country pan I by their daughter Mrs Les quite ill. On account of serious
that shearing is progressing very 1 home Wednesday, returning the ter Hamilton, and Geo Buchanan cases demanding his attention here
low owing to the great amount of I same day.
vert- in the city Tuesday on land and being a witness on the Veogtly
rain. They had not sheared half II
I divorce case the doctor had to re
Messrs Drinkwater A Clay art
the sh-iep at the time they should
A. W. Hurlburt is in from the turn immediately to Burns, arriving
the proprietors of a blacksmith and
have been done.
Warm 'p'liig section today. Mr. Tuesday evening at 9:30. He left
repair shop in Drewsey
sa\ ■ lie and his neigh bora Mrs Trowbridge improving.
Clarence Lucky and wife and sire a share of the public patronage.
">uld ill. t -ee s-ime cattle buyers
Clyde Embree sent a card to his '
l.ute Mace left Monday for Eugene, i
R. R. Sitz accompanied by his n their i nt of the country where a
They went overland and took 12,
brother, Van, dated at Dallas May
wife and two little sens, was up large number of prime beef are for • ”><>, stating that their uncle, Benton
lead of horses that will be placed;
from his ranch a few days this week sale.
Embree, had died at Hilts, Siski
on the market there. The party ,
you county, California, Sunday,
Mr Sitz is the owner of ,i fine lot of
will “hit the trail” at the Lewis;
I. II Holland left this morning May 28. No particulars had been1 Be sure and call and see and set prices before pu chasing.
Short Horns and is one of our pro
and Clark before returning home.
for the railroad where he was called received as to the immediate cause
gressive stock raisers.
01. Ims.11. --
lie found that loose !of his dentil, the message merely
Mark Patton and M. B. Ketch
John and Clarence Cary, aecoin stock around tfie barn vr.rd had saying he was sick but a few days
um, of the Union Stock yards at
panied by their mother, w. re in the < aus I nia-of his horses to break Deceased was an old time resident
l'e, illeton, have been in this sec
of Harney county, having come
city this week on land business. ut during the night making it here from Polk county in 1886, and I NOTICE FOR ITBl.ll’ATTON
tion for some time buying horses;^
I XI IKIl ST.VIl> I.ANU oKI.il E.
! They were accompanied home by neeessary tn start on his journey resided here until last fall when he
there ts anything that imll mate a pauon feci
Mr Patton informs us they have .
Miss Lea Shelley, .lake has since in a single rig.
went to California for the benefit of Notice is hereby gi\< n thni lloiu’it I R«•«•<!,
iihe staying a may from C httrch it is to ride a
of Burna, Oregon, Msslguve of B< it i i< e I-. II ihii
purchased some 50 head in this
his health. Mr Embree was 63 mer, of Harney, Oregon, I ihh liled uotKiofin-
| started for Portland wher.- he will
•’ - i - > *
• ■- : • -*
<-oiinty and will receive today.
Cha Newell and family will leave years old and was born in Howard - t.-ution • i .
“hit the trail.”
. No. - for tin* I- . >1- k. \ U , ■ I ' , See. II.
Hint E1^ .’Í
county, Mo., coming to Oregon at
i \w, sy
Howard, the little five-year old
Mrs W L Marden received a fair.
Bent was a t„‘
■ it Unni
hik i I h
I h *y will g.r over land by the age of two yearn
- in of 0 W Porter, was scalded to],
that » ill pull bis liorsn« tu death ami not rut more i I ihii
gon, on Siituriiny, th«' 2llh «luy of June, rm.
phone message the first of 111.* week wav of Prineville, tnakiug lhe trip
lit* tiainea the following witnesat s to prove
half the bay.
Try the Eaimait Walter A. Wool or u
the complete irrigitlioit nml recltiiiiiil ion ot hni.l
death last Tuesday at Huntington
announcing the marriage of her it 1 asy stages and enjoy the fine this county who are sorrv to ‘ learn land: Jainea I . Mahon, Albert ('nwltiel<l, James
of hie death. His relatives nil live Johnson hik I Mel I’urkrr, all of Mule, On-gon
into a boiler of ^¡"g j l(rotheri Ra|ph Ry
_______ ,___ ,... ..yrnai to Mra Car fishing >11 route. This is an ideal
\\ M E arp .K. Kt rinlei.
at Dallas, Polk county, but the
> ♦ . »•
I 1 * father
. . » I >
rt d d some
•* A A HI where
1 > A ■■ A I ' r • je — McManus
— — ■
at thu home of their
way of traveling and will not only body was buried in California.
in the Steins Mountain section at brother on Canyon creek last Sun-
111 it the
are be beneficial t * th * healih of the
Mrs J F Mahon arrived here from NOTICE FOR PUBLIC ATTGN
the time ______
and I IIIUCIB
out ( va**,v
< I.v .
party but save a big expense.
to find him. ’
CNITK'lt STATUS I IM. iitm K.i |
. , countv with a wide circle ot friends
BuriiH, <»regoli, Mtty 2-1, l'.Hki, Ì 1
Scott Haltwas a pleasant caller ening bringing Clyde McClure, the
have ■ lhe sympathy of a Urge circle Mf an(J Mrg
herebj given ihm Thouin* F.
13-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Har- \
' , of .4 Biirnn,
«»rt-goii, I oih Dl« -i notti <■ of /. ■
id friends in this county.
j)r Marsden party to Portland
ry McClure, who had been thrown : luteiltion* tu niHke ~iroui
iiuml <»n hu»
.... «leiert Inntl I
h i.« fm Hide nt ;t let price than yoil euti buy otlier* for
r \ ■
was a close friend of the late Ben from a horse that morning and ser- I
Prof ILA. Dillard of the Har- to visit tl,ft frtir-
,Se<- 19, A',|8IV i 4, sec ‘
I l*.»S., R
E , -
They have the celebrated
. i.p nini
o i Receiver nt
ton Embree and was sorry to learn iotiely hurt. The Times-Herald is « j,i.. t.... tl.«-
ney county high school will leave,
M. Fenwick has returned fr'mi
. - ’
j i »
. I Burn* . . ..... <»n Ituxlny tin
n -hty of
had gone out iu <-_ i - '
>f his death. IL* wants to go to the informed that ( Clyde
wiii t -,.- to prove
here today to be absent for some j Portland wliere lie took in th-> op. n-
complete lirlgnlion hik I i e< In i . li«>n <•! kni<i
Lewis and Clark but says he must
ing days of the fair. Mr Fenwick
‘Lui i,«ui i i-i
l’aul Fink« , John II
time. They go by team to ”
turning ns soon as he should, search ...rrott
\A 'll I
(.arreU, < i.M.irir*.
»eorgv W. Water»,
nil of Burn»»»regoli.
-eil liis yearling steers nt $17, twos
lhe horse W UH
WM EAKRF R.gisler.
where Mrs Dillard and children is of the opinion that the fair would
and threes at $30, first. found first eml by tracking the an
h I mh , and are selling tlivm nt a t'orreaptndiiiglv low fig
will visit relatives while Prof Dil finally be gooil and a uiccees.
L. l ii- hope lie’ll gel it whether he ini al back the unconscious boy wan
ure an I I ih luowerH.
lard proceeds to Portland lo enter Nothing was completed for the
NOTICE FOR IMBRICATION
goes to the fair or not.
found. From indication, it was
a - anatoriuin in the hope of getting opening ami Harneo county's ex
ENITEI» - I VIES I \NI»<»EEh E.t
thought lie had been running the
Burn*, Oregon. Mfty 'I, »••«».». 1
Mrs G () Hendri.-ka came up horse down hill Slid the animal fell
relief. Prof. Dillaid has suffered hibit had not been op-m-tl, as R v
Notice in hereby given that Hit* follow ing
:..m her h ’ li. a: L > wen, bringing
neltler han file«! inith'e nt hi* intent ion
¡Clyde’s foot hung in the stirrup named
for years from rheumatism and hie Irwin preferred having it eomplet. d
ler brother. J S Markham, up to
that ■«nid proof will be made Heim • i hi- IteuiMcr
many friends in this county sit.cere- before oponing it Io the public take the stag.- .mt for his home in and he was dragged some distance and
Recciv-r. nt Burn*, Oregon. ...... lune?-.,
until the sole ot his ehoe came oil' 1- hi >, viz
: 11 f No 1079, of Jobn W Httoy, foi
lv li ,.e lie will return at the be Mr Fen w ick was U .m|. 11. :■ d i, II-
I ici’tir* W .-h
Mr M irkhim nr-
Mrs Mahon started with him im the MV.MJ., and N'x -I , ' d I , - F 4
22 S , It »• F W. M.
ginning of the school much im-
mediately for Burns. Dre Marsden
lie naiili n the followinu' witm *'■•»< Io pun
-i-t.-r. Mi-- Markham, to spend A’ Gearv found a bad wound of the hili continuoUN regidene«- upon and » u ' 11 h I loll
pro ■ d in health.
«nid land, viz: Bvron I'errill, Arehle M<
'-nine lime here with relatives in scalp anti the skull fractured al the of
(Iowan, Frank <>. Jn* knon. John lilppMtnnn nil
of Burns • »repon
’ In- i. | e of it benefit ting her health
back of the head, several pieces be
M m F arrf Register.
Mr Markham took his departure
ing removed. His right arm was
riiiirs.lay morning via Canyon
also fractured. The patient was NOTK E FOR PI’BLK ,\TIO\
taken to the County Ho«pitsl where
Wt ire selling our
The Strootman Shoes have been made continuously fm im-ic
I NITED HTATKx I AM» »»I EH I-
A letter " i- received last night he is doing very well. His parents
Burtt» orv<«»n, May
than one hundred years.
from Rev A J Irwin, who has are with him anti seem hopeful of Notice hi hereby given tliHt th«* foil«
nam»*«l aettlci I ihh tlie<l notice of bi» int, ntion
During that time everything which would lower the price ,u:<i charge of Harney county’s exhibit hie fin >1 recovery.
to make final proof In »np|>ort of i.ie < hilt •
and tlo»t »ai t proof w . :
RegiiiU r and itweiver. nt Buin». <»r, gon.on
improve the shoe, whether in buying material, or in modern machin
June -J), l9t>’., \
Fani F Blume of Bum*,
■ nr i xhil ’ would be complete this
ery, or in better shop methods, has beem adopted, but old methods, week and r*a<ty to admit the pub
TIMBER LAND NOTICE
1 -,2. Lot* I and 2 and SW'4 NWt.
Mr f> vic
■' rk< l faithful-
where they are best, have not been abandoned.
I «. Ijtnd Offic» Bum», Ort . Ma- I. ¡ .
Ile nann a tiie following wilm »»< - to prove
Noti« e fa hereby viven that in < <>rij*lini ■ * hl> con'In noun rreidence upon and «iiHIvntion
In olden times, when shops were smaller and did not make -o' Iy to make it i < re italde display with
A. < «iwlrig. Jmi ea I nmp
the proviaiona of tht ar t <>f < ongrea» of <»f Mid land, vii
and fron- d- crip’Pou t will cer- June 3. JH7», entitle«! “An art tor the tale of •hire, T. E Maine) .Tim Donovnn. all of Burn«
many shoes as in the now larger factories, it was the iusb m to ut
Our taxider- Nevada and Washington Territory.’ aa ••xtrn<l-
tainly b attracti
Ww F amr «. Keglet, r
the shoes from the choicest and most selected part of the leather. my has been tin >st 'aslefully al- ed to ail the Rubile Ijitwi Btatea by art of a »or
oat 4, 1992. Matt Wagner of Portland, rountv of i
range ! with liant 1 .me mountings Multnomah btate of Oregon, haa thia da) flle«l
at half price, becatre we are goitin otti of these
This cost more, it is true, but it MADE BET I ER SHOES
in thia offt'-e bia aworti -tateuo-nt No 2-V., for1
and appropr'ale backgrounds by th«-
lines, but not Intirdmg to close up business as our
one of the things upon which modern methods have n . uprov. .
r. H. Land <»ffi< <, Burn«, Or« . M«y I 19»i
Mr Wallace and i « .-»mpletely en- SW'4NE‘4 of .-»ection No. 2S in township
No 21 B.. Range 27 E . W M. and will «jffer proof ¡ N«HI<-« ib brrrby giv«-n that It. «-«»mpligfif
In the factory of John Stroo'man this old style meth. I of ctr 1
competitors would like to have us do. I hey say
closed with plate glans
t«»ahowthnt th»* land Bought i« more valuable with lhe pro vision a *»i the mt «»f («»ngr«»« <
f«»r its timber or stone than for agricultural pur- June
is STILL USED. The shoes he makes have the advano ,;r t
» »nd t«yestabiisb his claim to »aid land tj
hl|0.r . ,a. ,|a
-ta»••»«»( < nlif. i ilia.
< we “sell too cheap” and are demoralizing trade
MAltrtlKI»— At ' 1 ’• -idetice of I >r ]H>«i
In-fore the Register and Receiver of thia «>fh« > Nevada
a.|n B an«l
»i I w
v* aabingtiin Territoryn» ext» i».
ing longer, and of holding their shape and beauty better than i u y 1 •nd Mr- W L. M < len in Ibis city at Borna. Oregon, on Thurs'lsy the I'ffh da >1 , ,
Ml«* faml *»au*e by art of tn
1 hat is our businea.«.
will continue to do
EastlD-k «»r SaiKouv«*
IIBt 4, 1*92
’k. Matt cornino* ■ lari -’. ì G of WHBtiingfon. bn« th
were cut from all parts of the leather, which is usually done to get Ia«t Monday .-ven
He namea »a wit i. «-aae« M E Faa'lif
Mr Ed How- . Prfer8«»n.
will no b un ’< r-
_____ _ ___
Mjpnieh si! of
Vancouver. i jg;
,ja ; i. d .
< hl* -worn afatrmrnt Ni
K J Willianin of RileT, Oregon
more shoes out of a given skin.
The extra cost is partly ni
JM, for the pur«-baa»
4 s.,; i
Rev. A Wohiug'<.n.
ar i and Mts- I I i
( inno affot* * > buy he-r for you but u ill
%n\ an«! ail persona «lalrnlng a«ivrr»» l) th»- !•». .> inTownahip '
»--«fearrifara land« are reqneetrdts flletbeir ' m I and will <-ft- j * *
B Min-.k-r of t o 1 ■ i«t church aliov
by the fact that Mr. Strootman is known as a cash pur-.
i aims in tin* vffb-e on or before -ai»110th *la) of I sought ia more xahia
s II ; ods at the right p'iccs.
«, «II I
. than for agricultura
The Auguat. l'oc*.
pei formi :■ lb-
best leather markets, of which his customers get the '
W«. Fsaar. Register.
' l.la ciaim to -aid Ian tw-fofr (Re* M*
firing your irirr.s unti ihiughtiTs iritli you.
■ Receiver <rf thia *,fh< al Hum«. Oi
The John Strootman Shoe is sewed with the sii.m^
very weddmj w .« a qu ■ ■ on being wil-
Thnraday, ’be loth di • »f Augii*' 1'4«
just ujiut tl'fij iruul, anil irr run hrnt
ne»«—d by onlv
BEST thread obtainable. This makes it possible for tin*
Riley. Oreson Matt ' gi rt of porti
« uuijbinlij'x iiries’.'i un llirsc Hurs.
to sew tighter and better stitches that will last longei th
i AB) at»d all persons • iaimtng
Both are old i ><
«•re ii'itig ordinary end inferior thread. Our stock
. atiove-4rerribe*i lands are re.»,p-ai
• claim» In thia "®i e <>n <»r t*f«,r»*
' of A '>gn»t I 41.
J. S. BAltKI.II, Manager.
Cut. Mam and B btreata.
kme i and hia
of onr pò»*•!>**’’ > *•
j; y —'■■■■ w y w» w r
♦ » — • r,
'« pertl'd IMERUS AT RUÜ HOURS
What il.e-a tliHf J»fl 1, r*MJ pro
!,n.i.- on» f ' le
po«ilion iif Brown* nirniiT li mean»
Bakary in «onn«<tion.
tip to daf»» rr»eth«Ml4 of Mer< bundi*-
Ollie AV ed-
to k Ibeir .leparti lte ’
Geo Diintinort* watt rotolo
(’ 8 Broadw'-ll, s hardware sales-
day via Ontario where she will
The best mouldboard plow is the
JOHN DEERE PLOW.
The best disc plow is the
A full stock at C. H. Voegtly’s.
Also a lull stock of Disc add Tooth Harrows and Seeders
O regon X F orwarding X C ompany )
\\ ill not take time to tell you
al )out STUDEBAKER wagons
and buggies, in iaet it is not
neeessary; everybody knows
GOOD SflOES FOR 100 YtflRi
JOHN STROOTMAN SHOES
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN,
i erd ay
t Nfccially tl Sheri Urtern.
It <••» I* «<xx»cnplii»h*^1 in
H mee H* raid rl-
Table farm abed with everything Hafiiry county. It al
cot .yratulati’ine and
Your patron larger h I< m k of B« -I g>*»<|a nt lower
rounf cuple * Fap|>y, lhe market afford«
man, «|e-nt a few days in mir city
formerly in husineee In t'ant on
alay off froitt hi* Work <hi* we«*k
ori acrount t»f *i«kh»***
II»- i* ngain
alile to I h » on Ih«* utrwt*
G tirile* lia*l < hurg»* »»f Ihr «a«*