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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1905)
¿AS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
Browns new clothing just in.
PryArre-J Stock Canoed Good«—
Dais bucks at X oegtly’s
Its hot enough for anybody
Ladies New Shoes—Brown's
THE SATISFACTORY STORE
PRICES ARE LOWER
Bring your eegs
eggs to the City Meat
Fred Haines, the Harney mer
A S Swain is in from bis sheep
Market and get 25c cash for them. chant, wa3 down last Sunday.
4ATI-RUAY. Jf LY 15 1 k >
XVe are informed Supt Rigby has
Summer Vests for Swell Gentle A 25-20 rifle for sale or trade in
accepted the Lawen school for the men wear.— Brown’s.
quire at this office.
A L Vanderpool spent last Sun-
Miss Anna Daunsereau a neice
The haying seeson is on in full
'll | day in this city looking after some of Mrs I. Racine, is here from Bak
Scott Hayes was a busines- viei-> blast and every available man is business affairs.
employed in the fields.
tor this week,
A Wintermier and wife, the old
P C Peterson, who was reported
Dr. XV. C. Brown, Dentist Offic- • Good
i - pasture
T, can be secured two pioneer iiDiuvuio
in on the sick list last week has al
miles from Burns. Inquire at eith- the city last Sunday.
upstairs in Veogtly building,
most entirely recoyered
er livery stable.
Ed Howard and June Ingerson' ...
Mrs M D Clifford arrived in this
The Ontario Democrat reports
XX B Johnson and Robt Baker citv last Friday from Baker City
were visitors from Drewsey this
Brus Byrd on the day shift at the
were visitors from the Silver creek for a vigit to her relatives and
Club—not with a club however.
the first of the week.
friends —Blue Mt Eagle.
It H Brown, the Stein Mountain
Harvey Muller was in from the
Nabisco», Macroonas, Pi tn on as
sheepman was in the city several
For sale—A modern five room Steins Mountain section on the first
days this week
. and Festinas,
• - the
— really dwelling, in centre of full block, al) of the week He reports things in
I fine table delicacies at Huston’s.
enced. good out buildings. A snap that vicinity as flourishing.
Mesdames Martha Ash and Nan
taken quick. SeeM. L Lewis
nie Byerly have gone to Idaho to I
Geo 11 Cattanach and wife re
I home after visiting a few days with i p
, d 1 v l
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i Paul Biume and Paul hinke were turned Saturday from a weeks visit
relativesand friends in Harney.
down from their mountain ranches with Frank Metchan and family in
Joe Cavender informs us be has
Mrs Maude Cardwell and Clif Dfiis week securing extras and pre- Siiyies valley.—Blue Mt Eagle.
secured the fall term of school on 1 Pad
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Silver creek to begin in September. Reed
, . accompanied Chas Johnson ' paring to begin harvesting their
Mrs Dr Geary arrived home last
and family to the fair. The party hay.
night from a visit to the fair. Dur
Lee Whited, a former resident of ]eft Sunday morning
Surveyor Jordan and the board ing her absence she visited various
the John Day section, is at present
E E Purrington has so far recov- of road viewers spent a couple of other points in the Willamette and
in this section looking for suitable
I ered from his recent illness as to days the fore part of the week lav- reports an excellent time.
land upon which to locate
■ sit up a part of the time and Robt. ¡ng out a new county roa-l in tlie
Mesdames Chas Wilson
Those desiring to purchase a i Reed, his nurse has been allowed to j Lawen section.
Grace Lampshire were passengers
piano should call at G W Cleven go home.
Co’s furniture store. This,
i Hey there you cofiee cranks! oui on Tuesday’s Canyon stage en
F N Jones, of Borland, manager Lunaburg and Dalton have at last route to the fair. Bath ladies will
firm now carries instruments.
of the Fidelity Mutual Life Insur found just what you are looking visit relatives in the Willamette be
Walter Gray had the misfortune I ance Co., arrived in this city yes
for and if you will call they will fore returning home.
to step on a nail while alighting! terday evening. Mr Jones is here
tell you all about it.
Dell Dibble was over from Silver
from a wagon in thin city the other j in the interest of his company.
this week. He insists that
day, making avery painful wound.
Clarence Cur}- arrived home last their departure last Sunday for the the gang now at work on the tele
Messrs Drinkwater & Clay are Monday from a visit to the Lewis Willamette Valley, going over the phone line between here and Riley
the proprietors of a blacksmith and j and Clark fair. He spent several mountains l>y private conveyance scared his team clear out of the
repair shop in Drewsey. They de ' weeks in Portland and reports find- They will visit the fair before re- road and that they attempted to
The onlv Binder
sire a share of the public patronage ing many Hqiney county people turning home.
hold him up.
Martain Dickenson was up from there. ‘ Jake” says he had a good | Ray Smith and G XV Clevenger
A K Richardson is now turning
Lawen Tuesday to make proof on time,
have this week completed the in out lumber at his Harney saw mill,
homestead. Re was accompanied ' The Carter House Barber Shop terior of the Clevenger & Co build also shingles and is ready to fill
by Archie Gibson, Ed Jordan and at Ontario, Lee Caldwell proprietor, ing. It is now one of the neatest your orders. Call him up on the
ie one of the most elegant tonsorial display buildings in this section private ’phone at the Welcome
and is a credit to our little city.
Pharmacy when in haste for any
The City Meat Market will run a parlors in all Eastern Oregon, . Bet
in bis line.
wagon to the buy camps in t....
vicinity, tlie wagon will visit each connected Lee's old time friends ness, C. A. Byrd will now turn his
At the regular meeting of the
camp twice a week. Leave orders are invited to call on him while at attention to painting and paper citv council Wednesday night the
hanging and solicits a share of
marshal was instreted to present a
! your patronage He will also con
to Wm Hanley and also one to
duct a cabinet and repair shop.
Dr Horton, N U Carpenter and
ILirkey for putting down
XVm Farre were out on the hills
J B Messick, the well known their sidewalks, the city having Be sure and call and see and get prices before purchasing
They are ness for a school furnishing house Baker City attorney, came in yes
which he represents. Mr George
done the work. Smith Bros were
somewhat reticent when asked the
brought in several samples of grass terday. He informs us he is just garnted a liquor lisence. No other
amount of game bagged.
BOR PUBLIC ATiON
business was transacted aside from
es to be forward with others now
STATES I ANDOi EK ’E.
JY Mrrr /> anyt/tuiy l/ial unH mako a person fee/
S tkaykp —From the ranch of the ' on hand to the Lewis and Clark
the allowing of some bills and the
Burn*. Oregon, June
ia ».- !
/¡ke s/aymy away from Ckurc/i ft is to r/t/e a
undersigned on the 6th inst. 4 head fair.
regular routine work.
name«! gettler haa filed noli*-* *»i bis inu ntion
to make final proof in aupport of bls ■ •l«um..• t
of hogs two black barrows and one
that sal«i proof will b«* made b*-i.»r«* tin- R*-uibi*‘i
Quite a number of people have
Mrs lone Whiting informs uh that
Mild Receiver nt B um s , "i*
on J’tls - •
white one. and one white sow, all
r«0> viz. -.Charlo* H. l.e.»tiHi*l. of Buin-.Oiegot
arrived in this city during the week Martha Adams and Cbas Adams
when last seen in pork order, info--
E W. M
to look at the country with the in were married on June 25 and have
He name« the foil.»wing witie ss «. )•• i * i «» x <
matio leaning to recover}- of same
hid continuous residence upon und cult.viHI«>n
tention of locating if land can be gone to their home on the Owyhee
I of iiild land, viz William •>. Vh.f
will be liberally rewareded.—L B.
William C. K' I tan«l J*
' ' '’>'d
found to suit them. The Times- to live. Their many friends in this State of Oregon lift« notified me hi writ o Brisco,
ing that pursuant to tin» provisions of 11 of Hurns. Oregon
Culp. Burns, Oregon.
XX M. I- A HUE, Regis
Herald learns there are a large num county wish them many years of an art entitled “An Act making effective
Austin Goodman wishes to re ber now enroute that will arrive happiness.
the initiative and referendum provisions
(h it the
of Section 1, Article 4 of the Constitu
mind the public that his gasoline within the next few days for the
It A Miller and family came over
wood saw machine will lie in opera i same purpose. We have room and from Drewsey the first of the week tion of the State of Oregon, and regulat
ing elections then under and providing
tion this season and he is ready to land for them all.
and have gone to their Warm penalties for violations of provisions of
make contracts on sawing i wood.
Judge George E Davis, of the Spring much to stay through hav this Act,” approved February 24 th, 1903,
He also has a first class grain i roll-
har for sale at a less price than you tan buy others tor.
was duly filed in his office on May
County circuit court, Canyon ing. Henan has lost considerable there
They have the celvbrated
18th, 1905. a referendum petition con
er and does good work in this I line.
City, spent yesterday in Baker Citv
taining »>,312 signatures properly attach
Call on him for prices.
on his return from the Lewis and enjoying good health.
ed thereto, ami certified in accordance
Mr and Mrs Chas Beleliaw were 'Clark fair, accompanied by Mts
G E Creaghe, a horsebuyer of with law, ordering that House Bill Nutn-
here this week with a load of cher Davis and the children. The judge Colorado, ia now in this section, | l»er 370, entitled “An Act to appropriate
money for the payment of the expenses
h I h <>, ami are stilling them at u correMpondingly low lig
ries from the famous Belshaw or says that the fair is a good one He has purchased quite e. number of
the maintenance, repairs, improve
tire as the niowern.
chard. They had no trouble in from every view point. Baker of horses from W A Goodman and ments. equipment and current ex|«DHet
TIMBEIl LAND Nurit I
disposing of their entire load with county hasn’t very much to brag of has other bunches in view. Mr of the Insane Asylum, Penitentiary, Re-
V. 8. I jiih I Oflier, littniH. Orc . Mny
Notice if hereby ui.'-n thnl itt
out seeing near all their regular in the way of exhibits, but Fred R. Creaghe informs us he expects to form, l»eaf-Mute and Blind Schools, Un with
lhe provision* of die to t of < <<t
3, IM7M. fUtide.l “in »‘<tf.it tilt
customers. As usual Mr Belshaw Meilis is making a big hit on hie return to this county this fall to iversity, Agricultural College and Nor Jun«-
timber I hio I m in tin -tategnf < ttlif.itii h
mal Schools, and other current ex penses \e-, lelll H'ld W liMU'
had a special treat for the office ore exhibits. Malheur and Harney buy cattle.
of the state, and declaring an emergen »•d to ali the Public l und '•»•.•••* i, ». ■
lift 4, 1HV2. Mablon I
I iif I d
force which struck the right spot counties have magnificent snowing»
John Farra, l’eter Clemen». the cy,” passel by the Twenty-third Legit county
of < lark Htntp of Wnatiinuom.
On his next trip he will bring ap but Grant county is also a little j X’arien Bros and other“ have form lative Assembly of the Slate of Oregon ¿Vi. for the pur« huf ,,f tl -I atio.
No. 2X. In Townfliip So i ■ I ni* • N"
ed a company and purchased the
M . and w 111 otter proof to - >
\saembly, shall I ms referred to the |»eo- Sought j* IIH»te t Hltltlbi. for it f 11 in I k t
handsome imported Coach stallion l>le of the State of Oregon for their ap than for agricultural |.urp. e >■ •> i '•» •
his claim to Mild land l»< fore dm l(ugisl
that was brought in l««*t week proval or rejection at the regular general Receiver of lit is ottb • al Ituma
Ttiurs«la_v. the ¡Oth «lay <»f A“
This is one of the finest bred horses election to t»e held on the 4th day of He name* na witlieaHo It J I’ Mlllii
Riley , Oregon Matt Wag'
in the state and ia valuable The
Minnich, Matt Petrraoii
We are selling our
-aid (»etition are more than five per rent
company paid 43,(XX) for him
Any and all |H*r»oi,a <
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
New System inaugurated.
Immense Slock to select from Quality Unsurpassed.
Facilities to till Orders Better
We are alter more Business—Call and be convinced
We can do it-—We will do it.
Renient ber the larger the trade the better the price.
Oil in Stock
Binder * wine
c. H. VOECTLY
O regon ^ F orwarding ! C ompany ^
W ill not take time to tell you
about STUDEBAKER wagons
and buggies, in fact it is not
necessary; everybody knows
Special Bargain Sales
ARE COMMENCING NOW
Our Remnunt and Bargain Coun
ters offer a special opportunity to
get just what you want at and be
Dress G-oods Sale
Dr Geary returned home yester
day evening from a hurried visit to
Drewsey where he was called the
night before by Dr Ptandlee in con
sultation in a very serious case
Dr Geary informs us a mm. hj the
name of Harri«on < talwirn was suf
fering from a complication of dis
ease« with small chance for recov
J F. Mahon was In the city one
day this week He h«« just re
turned from a trip to California
and brought back oine peacocks
which he placed oi hi« Anderoo«:
de bird got
Valley ranch Th,
away one day last v k and he had
every man on toe r. uscb trying to
catch him but ti. bird was too cute
and succeeded in nislrng g* d hi*
J W Bigg» «ill
day for Bak-, < n
a» fair ’cornu.,-,, er
Countv toe f with the ,,i,mias-
ioner» of h ..ther co-''ies forming
Children's Ready Made Dresses, Ladies' th» F'-u-th Eastern • • - -on District
Shirt Waist Suits are also included in this Agricn.torsi Society, f r • >.- por-
of organizing and making ar
rangements to secure the amount
Come early and get iirst pick--You will be stirpri «<1 appropriated by the stall
purpose« in thia district
it what a little money \t ill b »v at our Store.
of the whole number of votes cast for above-described Jaiidxai
rug* in thin oflt««'
Justice of the Supreme Court at the la«t < of lai \u<iiat
Now, Therefore, I, Gto. E Chamber-
lain, Governor of the State of Oregon, in
obedience to the provisions of said act
U. 8. l4in<1 Offt<
hereinbefore mentioned, do hereby make
No’ice m hereby gi
and issue this proclamation to the |>eo- with the provlul-.i » ..
ple of the Stat“ of Oregon, announcing tlinl«er Ian*!» in th« *•
Nevada and Maelting
that there has been filed with the Secre ed
to all the Public
tary of State of the Slate of < »regon a ref I uat 4, 1W2 Matt Mag
half price, because we are koiok out <>! tl
M'll'Doinili Mat» of
erendum petition with the requisite in tlii» oflh e hia awor
’he purehaar of li
numlier of signatures thereto attache!, MWLNK**
Range n I
ordering that House Bill Number 37o, No/I
competitors would like to have us do. I hey say
to »bow ’hat the I
entitled “An Act to appropriate money for ttatimber <«r •••
we “sell too cheap” and are demorali/ing Ira.le
fur the payment of the expenses of the before the Regia**
maintenance, repairs, improvements, at Rurna. <»ref«.n,
1 hat is our business. We will continue h. d<
equipment and current expense« of the
He name« • a w it
business at the old STAND and will no- l>. it
Insane Asylum Penitentiary, Reform, peteraon,
A aabiDftoD H l m
-»Id Can not afford to buy bt-sr for you I
Any and all
I leaf Mute and Blind Schools, Universi
ty. Agri ultural College arid Normal 1 f lat ana in thl
1 -Il goods at ’he tight prices.
-<-bool«, and other current expeasaa of
Iirin£ your irirex anil dauQhter.'i tri th yon,
the -late, and declaring an emergency,"
pa--- I by the Twenty-third legislative
ii’i Imre just irhut they want, anil we can /„ at
Assembly of t!. - StMcof Oregon at th«*
a nyhody’sprices on these lines.
Tbc l.ooc Star
regular *sioo of said legislative Ass -m-
bly, be siilenitted to the legs! eh-t tom «4
the -tat«- <4 Oregon for their approval or
rejection at the regular election to 1^*
J. S. BAIMI I, Manar r.
Cor. Main an«!
h-ld on the 4th of June 1'KJfi, the same
being the first Monday in Jun«, 1906.
Done at the Capitol in the City oí MEALS AT ALL HOURS
**ale<nf State of (>regoa, Ibis——day of
Bakery in eonnnetion
Tl.» cooler weather of the past
Alfalfa seed, Alelke clover »*•<),
A Specialty »I Short OrA.rf.
few day« ha« l>een l«neficial to Timothy seed, Ited top -
T>ble furnished with everything grain that ia Iwing rained without eyetan alfalfa seed, Red cl
By tbe Goverror
the market »ff,rd
The hot weather
Call atxl examine wf. l get
■ign-.J F. I I't NBAR,
Se, retary of ®t»t» age solicited
giniitg t» do .»tne damsge
Geer A • 'ummir,«
OREGON FORWARDING COMPANY, Ontario.