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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1905)
■tAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
MATrauAY. jri.Y , i«.
Joe Tupker is on the sick
I Foster was a visitor to our
the first of week.
D. R. Thorn was among our
tors from Silver Creek this week.
Browns new clothing just in.
i Bring your eggs to the City Meat
Dr. W. C. Brown, Dentist. Office Market and get 25c cash for them.
upstairs in Veogtly building.
P. C. Peterson has been quite
Thos. Bain, the pioneer rancher sick tor the past week, but is im-
of the Harney district, was a vi*i-l proving.
tors to this city last Saturday.
P. M. Cheney and wife were
Those desiring to purchase a guests of relatives and friends in
piano should call at G \T Cleven this city this week.
ger A- Co’s furniture store. This!
Loyd Johnson and wife were up
firn, now carries instruments.
I from Lawen Thursday returning
County Clerk Mothershead and ' home yesterday.
Mose Schubener made a flying visit
Nabisco», Macroonas, Piiuonas
to Harney Tuesday evening return- and Festinas, are among the really
ing early the following morning.
Preferred Stock Canned Hoods
Summer Vests for Swell Gentle
Dain bucks at Voegtly’s
Its hot enough for anybody
1.a<iies New Shoes—Brown's
F. Crowley was among the Law-
Road Master Hoover, of district en visitors this week.
No. 2, is up from I.aweu
Mrs A. B. Minaker still continues
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cote and SOU to improve slowly.
took in the celebration here
Dr L. E. Hibbard will leave Mon
Fav Comegvs was greeting friends day tor Tipton enroute to Portland
in this citv one day this week.
where he goes to attend the big
Ham. Bacon, Lard Butter and dental convention and incidentally
Eggs, Timothy Seed at the City take in the fair a few days. He ex
pects to be absent three weeks.
The C B Ausmus Jack will stand
this season at the Stone house on
the Stauffer ranch.
F. M. Jordan, the civil engineer,
will locate you and vour friends on
THE SATISFACTORY STORE
PRICES ARE LOWER
Immense Stock to select troni-—Quality Unsurpassed.
Facilities to till Orders Better.
Wm. Hanley is home from a trip,
We are alter more Business—Cali and be convinced
to outside points. While absent
he took in the fair and was well
pleased with it in every respect We can do it-—We will do it.
He considers Harney county’s ex
hibit one of the most attractive Remember the larger the trade the better the price.
features on the grounds
Frank Dibble and wife were a-
A K Richardson is now turning
mong our visitors during the 4th of
out lumber at his Harney saw mill,
July celebration program.
also shingles and is ready to fill
New spring hats have been re your orders. Call him up on th.“
Messrs Drinkwater A Clay are
W. B. Johnson and Robt. Baker ceived, also late samples for tailor private ’phone at the Welcome
the proprietors of a blacksmith and were in the city Thursday buying made clothing.—MrsC A Byrd.
Pharmacy when in haste for any
repair shop in Drewsey. They de- machinery. They left for home
A. Venator, the Crane creek stock- thing in his line.
sire a share of the public patronage. yesterday.
man, spent several days in Bums
L. A Duke was in the city a few
D. W. Shaver is again home after I $C00 will take 160 acres of good this week attending to business af
days this week, lie informs The
an absence of some time in Seattle land 10 miles East of Burns
Times-Herald that he has ordered
Washington and other points, lbs , was a choice claim five years ago
For sale—A modern five room a new steam engine and wood saw
wife, who has been quite sick at her See Lewis.
dwelling, in centre of full block, all ing apparatus which he expects to
home here, is improving.
Geo. A. Smyth, the Andrews enced. good out buildings, A snap receive within the next thirty days
A very handsome imported coach i merchant and postmaster, spent a if taken quick. See M . L Lewis He will then be ready to talk wood
sawing business with his former
stallion has been on exhibit at the I few days in our city this week the
Commissioners Miller and Best customers and from present indica-
Red Front barn this waek, having | guest of his sister, Mrs. James
were both in attendance upon court tionr he is of the opinion that he .
been brought from Ontario bv par 1 Donegan.
George was here on
this week. The latter was accom can make even a l>ettei price than
‘ some business before the county
ties who wish to sell him here.
panied over from Silver creek bv last year.
Mrs Robt. Irving brought her
his daughter Ethel and Mrs. Loren
A. Egli, the Wagoutire sloekiuan Hembree.
little son, Herbert, down from liar
PROCI AM A riOX
ney Monflay to have Dr Geary re came in Thursday to secure mach
Hey there you coffee cranks'
adjust the cast on the little fellows’ inery and extras in order to begin Lupaburg and Dalton have at last
Whereas, the Secretary oi State uf tliv
arm which was broken a couple of hay in». Mr. Egli brought in more found just what you are looking
State of Oregon has notified me tn writ
samples of grasses gathered by
for ami if yon will call they will ing that pursuant to the provisions of
Fred Oakerman on Silver Creek. tell you all about it.
an act entitled “An Act making effective
Henrv Richardson took Ins de-1 r
, fll . e .
• 'l l, 1» “n .1 n <> , Ar r. I . nr, Fr-w*. I for the Lewis and Clark fair
the initiative and referendum provisions
u A ..... .
Chas Johnson and wife and of Section 1, Article 4 of the Constitu
Henry Welcome and wife left daughter took their departure this tion of the State of Oregon, and regulat
Portland where he will take in the
fair. He will also visit other points , here Wednesday night on the out morning by private conveyance for ing elections thereunder and providing
and expects to be absent a month 8°’r‘S Ontario stage, it having start Tipton, er.route to the Lewis and penalties for violations of provisions of
ed about 11 o’clock on That trip Clark fair. They expect to be ab this Act,” approved February 24th, 1!K)3,
or six weeks.
there was duly filed in his office on May
instead of 2:30 in the morning.
sent three or four weeks.
18th, W05. a referendum petition con
Austin Goodman wishes to re After a short visit with Mrs. Wel
taining 6,312 signatures properly attach
mind the public that his gasoline come’s parents at Drewsey- Henry
ed thereto, and certified in accordance
wood saw machine will be in opera will proceed to Tonopah and Gold standby in our composing room, with law, ordering that House Bill Num-
tion this season and he is ready to field, Nevada, where he expects to was slightly indisposed a portion of l»er 370, entitled “ An Act to appropriate
Jay Gould was pressed money for the payment of the expenses Be sure and call and see and
make contracts on sawing wood go into business at one or the other the week
service and helped of the maintenance, repairs, improve
He also has a first class grain chop place and later be joined by his
ments, equipment and current expenses
per and does good work in this line. wife, who will remain at Drewsey to get out the great religious.
of the Insane Asylum, Penitentiary, Re
Cail on him for prices.
The Carter House Barber Shop form, Deaf-Mute ami Blind Schools, Un NOTICE FOR PCBLICATION
for the present.
iversity. Agricultural College and Nor
INI'IFll ST UH I I'll oi l I’ I .
Burna, Otegon, June 22, r.o..j
Married—At the Oyerland Hotel i at Ontario, Lee Caldwell proprietor, mal Schools, and other current expenses
Mose Schubener of the firm of
Notice I n hereby given that »If follow ini
is one of the most elegant tonsorial
Schubener Bros., of Andrews and last Sunday evening Mr. John
of the state, and declaring an emergen named Bottler haa filed notice <»i Lie intention
to make Hnal proof in au|>)of bln i lai: t. »if I
Denio in the southern part of the Culp to Miss Ollie Black, Justice parlors in all Eastern Oregon. Hot cy,” passed by the Twenty-third Legis ' that said proof w ill be made t.. t.»1 •• 1 If i:<-it in »•
and Receiver lit Burns, »»iv- 11, on Jnh
county, spent the past week in this Jameson performing the ceremony.
I’M., via: » hniles II. I.e.»naid, of Hili 11^. Oregi.t.
at the regular session of said Legislative | II fc. No. 12-21. io» the S\V .
city, having come up on business Only the immediate friends ami
E W. M
Assembly, shall be refeired to the |»eo-
Henameathe foil«» win-.! witn.— > to prove
before the county court. Mr Schu relatives witnessed the ceremony
bla continuous residence upon »»»>•• <’iiltivatioii
ple of the State of Oregon for their ap of
«aid land, viz William •• Vli. ■
bener reports that section of the which was followed by an elegant
proval or rejection at the regular general Brisco William
B\rd and Lilian ' HyrO
all of Burna. Oregon
The contracting parties
Chas. E. Fisher and L IL Pit- election to i>e held on the 4th day of
W m . F arr l., Register.
county in a prosperous condition supper.
with fine crops, good grass and are among the mo.-t popular young i senberger, two horse buyers from June, 1!M)6; that said 6,312 signatures to
said fietition are more than five per cent
people of this section and were tne i Kansas, came in from the railroad
stock in first class condition
of the whole number of votes cast for NOTICE FOR I’l'l’.l. KATION
i recipients of many handsome pres | the first of the week in company Justice of the Supreme Court at the last
I xnn. STATES I V NI. ... m K.
Thos. Slinger end Frank Slinger,
Burn* '»rri i.it, June .1. I -0• I j
ents. They start in life with the with Newell Hall. They desire to regular election,
Notice in hvrvbv given t' I :
father and son. were arrivals here
Now, Therefore, I, («to. E Chamber naiiie.l xettl. r I ihb lile<l no-......... ...
best wishes of a host of friends. | purchase 1 (X> head of horses and
to make fitiHi
! in« < I mi.,
on Wednesday’s Canyon City stage.
Mr. and Mrs. Culp will occupy their after taking in the celebration left lain, (iovernor of the State of »Iregon, in hiu I tliHt khh I ¿root will ' iiBHile i.efi.ic th
Regiaterand Receiver. >it BuriiH. urvgon.oii
These gentlemen are resident« of
obedience to the provisions of said act jnl\
ML 1""'. vfi
Nell < Hubbanl o| Burns,
1 for other points <>f the county to
neat cottage in East Burns
hereinbefore mentioned, do hereby make Oregon, II b No 211’., for the A', NF'4. NW.
Portland at present but are late of
sb1 if \ F' ,
Sam Mothershead, Roy McGee
lie names the following witto K - »•» prove
Wisconsin and old time acquaint
hit continuoUH ii >hi< n ■
pott mi'l .iiiivHtion
Dr. Geary made a professional ph* of the State of Oregon, announcing of aahl land, \ iz- MnitinX mill d luwrii
ances of N. C. Hubbard, They are j and Dr M. J. Gerdes, were passen
that there lias I m - vii tiled with the Secre Oregon, George I ttm.l.' lo»rh - \. I'.yrd and
here to look over the country with gers out on this morning’s Canyon visit to Buchanan's station the first tary of State of the State of < >regon a ref John W Hayer, h II «»f Burn»-
W m I Ik. » Register
a yicw to locating on land, home stage bound for Portland. The two of ttie week to see Leo, the eldest erendum petition with the requisite
stead and timber.
The Times- former go to join their wives who eon of Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Buchanan, numlHT of signatures thereto attached,
TIMBER LAND NO! K I
Herald is informed the Messrs are there visiting the ex|>osition. who was suffering from what ap ordering that House Bill Numl»er 37(1,
I'. H. I. hii »I (Uli»
Ilurith. Ore . May '•!, I'*’ ,
Slinger are looking for suitable lo The latter goes to attend the meet peared to de spotted fever. The
Notice if» hereby «iven lion In •■.tn|.llRiw»-
with »he provikloiiH “I »If uM "I ’ •••»•'r» e.« of
cation for possibly 150 people who ing of the state medical board for doctor found the p.tient suffering maintenance, repairs, improvements, June 3, lk’M. rntille'l ’ \nee» Do »Io t»nl»- of
tiinlier im.<lit tn »».< Meh-Bop ullf-.i iiih . Or.-MOt,
desire to take land
equipment and current expentea of the Nc\ h >I h hu «I M Mbliington l. rrltor »«► • x»t n<l
f»» Mil tin? I'nhllt' I hiu I
. f \np
Dr, Gerdes expects to be gone to be merely a rash and not seri Insane Asylum Penitentiary, Reform, e.|
tint 4, 1W2, Mhlilon !• I nklii. k of Vtin. outer,
gone to the mountain home of Mr. tion
county of » lark Mat-“ of Manltin •|<<H LMk »III
Deaf Mute and Blind Schools, Universi day filed In thlB oftl« >■ Io* hW worn «iiii.-i.icnt No.
Hubbard to visit a day or two be two weeks, the other fellows will
ty, Agri uitural College and Normal 2.V», for the |«urcloi»e of »! • .-I < ■ .'»ion
fore making a tour of this big val likely remain in Portland until
- II Iri' ■ “
E. E Purringtoii, who has been Schools, ami other current expenses of \
, Hli'1 >» I i I ■ ’ll' |
■ " !
they “go broke” seeing the sights
in more vainnhie for ii•< 11m i .» i or Btou»*
\ “uttering from spotted fever, has the -late, and declaring an emergency,” nought
, hat. for agricultural |.ur|.< »> - »oil., .ni a I »11«It
claim to ai«l laiol before th»' Re -Int.-r and
improved since last Sunday. At passe<l by the Twenty-third l^egielative Itia
Receiver of thin ofil< . al limn« '>rry..n ..n
Assembly of the State of Oregon ai the Thursday, the l<u It dav of Ant no i " ■
that time his ca“e was con«idered
111 lame .rf
regular session of said legislative Assem II. namen
Oregon Matt M ngto r .»f !■• ' Im.’l, I ie»i
! very serious as it had develoja-d bly, be submitted to tire legal eh-clors of Riley.
Minnich, Mntt |*i»ferh"ii l»«.th ->f Xaio rui >
characteristics re-embli, gdiphther the State of Oregon for their approval or W Any
and all peraon« <-lai.mi. f h .I
ia and Dr Geary <>r<ie-ed the house rej»» tion at the regular election to I«- « I hiih » d»-n« rtla-d laiolnme r« ’pt. >1 til«- H.t
was held on the tth of June 1906, the same .f Augnat r»u.
U m F y HHE. Reg Inter
being the tiret Monday in Jun« , 1906.
I reached by 'phone at La wen and
Done at the Capitol in the City of
came up to nurse the patient. Salem, State of Oregon, this----- day oí
Those in the home have not taken May, 1905.
the disease and from present indi i Signe»!) GEO. E. CH AM BERLAIN.
cations will lint
precaution of Dr Geary was com
Signed; F. I. DtNBAH,
mendable ami has the full approval
Secretary of Stale.
of the inmate« of the house and the
'Flu* onlv Binder with
Oil in Stock
C. H. VOECTLY,
THERE IS CRFAT SATISFACTION IN
BUYING YOUR GOODS AT THE
Your orders are promptly
filled and you receive the
Send us your
Our Prices are Low.
SCHWARTZ & BBLMAN
A. A. Havdon is a late arrival
here, having c-oine m> laut Satur-
He I« recently from
Baker City but hi» home is in Ken-
Mr lfayd< > is here for the
pur|s>“e of locating
suits biin and tipo. ins decision de
pends several ■>( lti* friends and
relative* who co.itemp'ate corn: ng.
While Mr Hard . has noi yet
looked over this •• i “fl •. ..fully
he is very fero’sWv ... pre reed with
this big valley am tn-i.ev ■ it IlM
many advantages ovarotbe •ection«
of Eastern Or- g'in, r»i ■ '>f these I*-
ingtb .' sater is *> i > <r the surface
artifnoat irrigation is r„ .
• lib proj»er cultivation of the soil.
Mr Haydon and Jay Could left
'his morning for the vicinity of
Wright'« Poir.t to |<jok at - me land
II offer i
•o emití Im
I M I Kl> HI ITEM I.UIIIWH« > <
Hurtts. orrirun, June l*i,
Noth«- i« hereby tflven that the follow mff
' ai ■
aettl» r baa fl»—I notice of bla intention
in aupport of hi« > Jaim and
»hat aai>l ;
bbmc «for« the Reg ater
an<1 Receiver, at Burna, »»¿»-«on. on July 1»,
!'■»• viz t'alvin Geer of Burn«, (>re«en. ||. h
No I» bj . for the
m . K nF.
W . M
He names the following witness«-« to prov<
bls rontinuoua resilience upon and cultivation
o.‘said land via Hull Hot'hkiM. < arey Thom
irg Ifei.ry • Levene and W. Austin‘»«»ndman
all of Burna.
Ww F * R*B, Regiater.
NOTICE FOR IM BL1CATION
rNÎTE!» WTATK4 LAND OFF1< F
barai, orefon, JuttO 12, IMF. I
Notice la brr» *■- givco thaï Annie Y H .r.
intention to ruake proof on bar -laeert-iand
< lalm \o M’ for »h- NK'. N M*.
-t .. -«c. B* -W', SW'*. JTW . h* ' * Mc II. T
v B . R S. F , W M.. beiorw tl»e Jiofloter and
Ke«e>»-r at Pur • Oregon, on TiMttda? t»*e
im ». dey of Juif, im.
"».a ■am»« th» fol le« la« witce-aæ-a u> prove
raie«» at» 1 re» ac.aOoB *»f
••et «n i I J»»! ua < batidUr. of Birn* Orr
H* n 1-F
Bar i • *
‘ Karrov« • >rrgo» Philip’•
1 »r« r zO
«et prices before purchasing.
^7 Mrrr is anything that iui/1 makt a parson fee/
tike s/ai/iny auMijf
MOWING MACH INI
that will pull hia horaes to death and not cut in re thiin
half the hay.
F»y the F hiiioub Walter A Woo l or a
Q r EGONÏ [ORWARDÎNGÏ ßOMPÄNY)
hu eitle «I h I phh price
liicy have the celebrale»!
o II htm
und are Helling them at u correspondingly low fig
Will not take time to tell
about STUDEBAKER wagons
and buggies, in fact it is not
necessary; everybody knows
We are selling our
half price, because v. e are goin^ out of these
line", but not inter ding to close up bir iness as our
competitors would like to have us do. They say
we “sell too cheap’’ and are dernorali/ing hade
That is our business. W> will continue ' . Jo
bu"int s at the old STAND and will no be u ' r-
"old Can not attord’o buy bjer for you Im will
sell p. ods at »he right prices.
0RE60N IORW ARDIMi COMPANY, Ontario.
Chin* < »«»ege, Pr» prieto-.
O h Main and I
-tr» < •
J. S. BARRI 11. Md«a<ir.
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IWEALiS AT Alali HOUR3
Bakery in eonne-tion
A Specialty of Short Irikrv
you can bin
/.’/•///p ijoitr iriri’x and dnu^hh i s irillt iin"
irf ha re ju nt irhul they ¡rant, amt ire run heat
nni/liody'n prires un thesr linen.
The hoc Star
the market aff.rd
¡ age solicited
it is to ride a
R J Williame epent last Mon
day night in thie city, tiring en
route home from a trip to the rail
road where he delivered horn**
lie went >>n lem.« I he f .(lowing day
Alfalfa wed. Alatke clover seed,
Timothy seed Red t ip
eystan alfalfa seed Red clover seed
¡Call and examine and get price* —
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