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the state of its natural trade,” says CHRISTIAN
the report of the committee
SATURDAY JVLY J2, 1906.
take a purely
commercial vi w of the matter.
Rev H S Wallace,
We have the Goods ...We mate the Prices—We get the trade
NOTICE TO CREDITOR-
Th« uudernigned having on the 17th I
day ot July, 1905, b-en duly appointed
Administrator of the estate io Oregon ot
Warren C. Steveoa, deceased, all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified to present ti e same properly
verified to me at my office and residence
at the P-Ranrh within six months from
hated this 22>t day of July, ¡905
F rank H. H owrll .
Administrator of the Estate of Warren
C. Stevens, Deceased
The Christian Co-Operative Federa
Dain Hay Bucks
While this is perhaps our principal tion, has received a letter from Key
reason for desiring railroad con Dr Leppert, of Ontario, stating that
with the outside world, it the Board of Trade of Ontario, Or ■
does not apply to that particular will take 1150,000 of the bonds to
he issued for the development of
Not only in a commercial
the industrial enterprises planned
HI.IANKVK!» — — — — Maaaser
way «1« we feel it woul«l be bene
by the Federation. This is u veri-
ficial, but socially, politically and
large amount considering the size
The Times-Herald certainly
in an educational way
of the town. Dr Leppart addressed
agrees with “Citizen” in the state al lo\ ally to the state prompts
the Board of Ontario last week, and
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
ment that the Eedeiatiomsts have such inclination.
While condi so great was the interest that th*
r. H. Land ofiio*, Huron, Oregou, May 17th, 1905
Motif e in herebv given that In compliance
made no mistake in coming to tions in ilii- Eastern <>nd Western citizens are anxiously awaiting an
with the proviniot b >>f the a< ( of Congrenn of
A full and
Harney county, and does not part of the state are what might opportunity to invest in the enter i June 3. l»7a, entitle'! •'Aft act for th»- sale of tim-
i her landn in the -’ateg of f alifornia, Oregon.
rjuestion the class of citizens it will termed diam tii- I. it is nwertlic- prise
' ed to nil the J'libiie land States by act <>i Augunt
bring if the organization is what
' Harney, state of >>i- gmii. Lao (bitt duy filed in
parts of tfie country inquiry regard ‘ thin ottice ber s A till. »>■;;’erne.'tt No. '¿>1, forth«
its name implies. However, The to become closer identified.
i DurcbahC of th»- W,*-2 NW} k, of Section No. 20, in
• io i t. . v.. M., aiid
Aside from this possibly senti ing the movement is being received, will
Times-Herald cannot commend
offer proof to «how that the land sought ia
and there is a great interest in the more valuable for its timber or atone than for
agricultural pt«rj»o-eB, and to eatablish her
nor condemn the Christian Co-
The local oilice j claim to anid bind before th»? Register and Re-
ceiver of thin offit e a. Burns. Ureguu, on Tue»-
f)pei alive Federation until it lias people of Harney county care lit
is very busy now conducting cor day. the 25th day oi July
She names a- wiine-ae- Tom Allen, of Burns
been enlightened as to its promot tle from what source relief from respondence relative to the plans of Oregon
\uton hgii and William Arnett, of
Egll, Oregon. F.arl Elliott, of Diamond, Oregon.
ers, its objects and aims. Are its our isolated condition comes. We the Federation.—Telegram.
Any and all j erson claiming adversely the
a iiove deacf ibe«l lands ate requested to fl le their
members lo lie all of a thrifty class feel kill'll) tow aid the Sumpter
Editor The Times-Heraid : See • laiini in this oilo'e .,i; or before said ¿»th day
July, ! ♦■? •
with equal lights and privileges.” V alley pt-op!.- bi'cause of their un-1 ing the above in the Evening Tele
W. m i akrf Register.
Will they be as one large family questioned endeavor to reach iis , gram ol the 17th in-t , and learning
At that the Rei Dr Leppert was here.
with intelligent, conscientious and even though at a slow pace,
capable men to manage the affairs no time since these people an so, coupling this and that together,
and deal honestly with the entire non ni cd illen intention of building may I ask if it is possible that the
Stuck Inspector, Harney lunnty.
Reverend gentleman is here looking
membership, giving the less intel to Burns have they shown an in
over the field, ns it were, with n Home addi'ee.
ligent and iess thrify equal r onsid- clination to back down, make any
view to purchasing any of the ;
eration with the more progressive.” big talk, or asked unreasonable
large holdings in this county and I I Grant Thompson
. .. Lawen I
Is the I'«'deration to be a class of | «oncessions. They have main-
colonizing the same? As 1 under I 1. M. Davis
itself, «'inducting its own stores, I taineil from the stall that the tles- stand it the object of the Christian R. A. Smith
. Andrews .
banking concerns, with its exclus tination of the Sumpter Valley Co-Operative Federation, is, to pur • Archie MH iowan
I'urtii-s intending to move stock should1,
ive «Inna h and social organization was Burns, and they ¡i an- pushing chase large holdings of land and
' uive the Inspei toi or II- ire-t deputy ten I
etc.” Is it an organization based this way as i.ipidlv as < ircum- colonize the Maine with Christian
on solid financial footing that will stain es will permit.
people—selling the lands either for
If l'ortl.md is really desirous of cash or on time with interest on
stand and not go to pieces in a
Now if this is
fi w year' resulting in benelitting doing something foi the interior deferred payments
only the big capitalists who hold of the stale she should turn her the ease certainly Dr l.eppart ha-
B- W. HAMILTON
Car of Studebaker
Wagons, Hacks and
Buggies to arrive soon
GEER & CUMMiNS, Burns, Ore
the bond', as has been the history attention to this, as it is within her I not made a mistake in coming to
power to hasten the building of | Haruev county as no other county
of su« h organizations.”
1 in Oregon a (Lords a« many
Thin matter opens up ii wide
nities for the purpose as this; there
scope foi speculation and thought
is more land and as good as can In I*
that should be investigated by our
LOCAI. ANI) PERSONAL
found, the productiveness of it is
people w ho are interested in the
evident at this time and needs no'
Summer Vests for Swell Gentle argument. Certainly the Federa
upbuilding of this county and the
betterment of social and financial men we a/.—Brown's.
tion is to be congratulated as well !»
G. W, Clevenger & Co.
|| FURNITURE, PIANOS, UNDERTAKING. |
ft is worthy of seri
ous thought and
limn, Bacon, Lard Butter and
Eggs, Timothy Seed at the City
Dr. Leppert, vice-presi
as Harney county ns it needs the
land and ive desire just such a class
of settlers as such an organization
will bring. God speed them on their
G. E Wells, a horse and mule
dent of the J'cdei alienists, is now buyer of Sacramento, is here to buy
in this county.
Ilis visit at this stock, lie is accompanied by his
time is significant. 'I'he gentle wife.
man should be invited to explain
The Windsor, under the manage
Fine Patent Flour at Brown’s
the «ibjects of liis organization so ment of C B. Smith «V Co , is one
Little Regina Schwartz had a
that our people may give it intel- of thu most popular resorts in the
party last Saturday afternoon the
lle may interim.
Finest of liquors and
I'iccnsion being her third birthday
rest assured of our most hearty cigars, billiards and card .allies ! A large number of her little friends
co-operation if the cause pi oves and expert mixologists.
enjoyed the afternoon with her
James Malum was over from Refreshments were served.
Anderson yesterday mid states he
F C Lusk, general manager of
out of the peacock business en
At I ist the business interests of
the French-Glenn Co, accompani
The male bird made his es
ed by Frank Howell his assistant,
I'm'land have awakened to the
cape week before last and the fe
who has had direct charge of the
importance of being closer coir male this week
Jim «ays he is
P-Ranch for the past year, came in
netted tv ith the grt at undeveloped easy but ilie next man that tries to
Sunday, leaving the following day
Southcastein Oregon, as is evi- sell Inin peacocks bad better look on their return
Mr Lusk did not
<1 'in cd by the recent report of the out.
state how long he expected to be in
Rev. Dr Li ppert, vice president thia county.
transportation committee of the
Chamber of Commerce.
This re .if Hie Christian Co-Operative Fed
E H Hill, manager of the lug
I in thin <• itv Thur
port was published in the Port . i .t
stock ranch of the American Lan I
day evening from Ontario. He ac
land papers with particular and
A' Livestock Co, was a business visi
companied Win Hanley out lo the
sigmfii .mt comment. They are .it
tor from the south «'nd of the eoun
ranch the ■ mu' evening and the two
ty a few days this week, taking hia
last hi might (ace to face with con
departed yesterday morning lor the
departue Thursday for home. Mr
ditions as predicted not alone in
I' Rum di and other points in that
Hill is desirous of that section he
these columns, but also brought portion of I he country
ing connected with Burns by a tele-
prominently to the attention of the
Hustlers phone line and while here took up
busini' - men of Portland by dele
Salesmen, Clerks ami everybody the matter with M I. Lewis
gations of rcpi esenlntive citizens
who wants to enjoy a good hearty quite likely a line will be built dur
of I Im ns, who have journeyed to
laugh to send olh* for "Tips to ing the season lo connect with the
tile metii'polis for the purpose of Agents ' W orth ♦ >'• to any per line from here to the Stein* Mono
< olisting the influence of its people son who sells goods for a living tain section.
towaid luinging this section in If not satisfactory your money
I ven Landes, one of the field
< lost r tom h, '< i m e transportation back
Circular for stump.
The force of government engineers, who
I uihtii' .mil thereby develop it. l>r W hite electric Comb t o , Deca has been at work in the Silver l ake
I ’i.rtland is now i unit unteti with tur, III
section, s|ient a fee days in our city
this la« t: She must move «piukli
Died .1 ai oh Thompson, Thurs- this week. Mr. Landes was here to
and place Central and Southeast day morning, at the home of his i meet H \V. King, an assistant to
ern < begun in direct eommunica- HOI)
Deceased was S3 years old Mr Whistler at Pendleton
tioil w ith her, oi lose the entire : mid had only been sick about :ui King arrived Wednesday evening
The remains were laid Io and the two departed the following
trade to California and the East i hours
morning for the interior to inspect
At least this is the inference rest in the Burns cemetery venter-
They will first look over
drawn from reading the re
tins i omni liter, wlm h « ensut es the | l,,H “ "hurt service at the grave. tne Silver Creek project and then
proceed to Silver Lake. Crescent
railwai« veil sharply and shows “I ncle” Jake, a« lie was familiar-
Lake and other pointe where the
up the ' dog in-the-inanger” policy | "
reclamation service has been doing
hi« son Harry in this city for the
of the big corporations.
Mr King stated
past twelve years and was highly preliminary work
Were it not foi the fait that we
that he Lad
esteemed by a wide circle of friends.
.ire the under dog and desire the He bail Is'eii very active up to hie nothing new to impart regarding
otlii IS f ill wh«i will lend 4 help-1 recent illness and his mind was as the work that would lie of interest
From his conversa
mg h.u d, frum whatever source, clear any voting man Deceased was to the puplie
The I n«' Herald would lik«* to born in Ohio county. Kentucky, tion it ap|iears his tour will extend
lie came lo Oregon over quite a large area and will
go ba ,uk .mil review this »ilualioii Aug 17. I".’
I comm me several weeks.
As in fN.'il settling hi the Willamette
in an “I lohl you *<»” manner.
tin« would in no wise help the j where lie resided, with the excep
The Varier llou«e Burlier ''hop
t.iii'v we i drain and heartily corn-I tion of-ix years «|wnt in Crook
mend ttu- commercial bodies of county, until twelve veara ago at Ontario, l.ee Caldwell proprietor
Portland and assure them of the *''*11 111 ' a''1’ to this place to make mone of the most elegant toimorial
« wile died the year
appreciation of the people «if this
He is survived by
I lie came here
section in then energetic «ampaign ,
W and Harry E
to bring about the result so long |())| , |(
desued, even though it comes latej
e |o hi» tie a’rved rest
and aftei we hail given up hope thoiigliln« fri. ntl« regret it
of iMiiiani« from that oource
demiaa ha« not caused the deep
“Radio.« I« from other stales sorry that w«>ul«l le felt if he bad
and section' will rob P«»rtland and I been younger
Com pl etc Stock of Dry Goods
Groceries and Supplies.
Our Stock is complete in Every Particular
See us first ami get prices.
Main St, Burns, Oregon
ANIMALS, (TAME HEADS, ETC.
Me can teach you BY MAIL—Complete coarse in 15 lessons.
¿ STANDARD METHODS, easily and quickly learned.
Decorate your home, or den with fine specimens. Save the splen
trophies you secure on your bunding trips, ft interested write
for our prospectus and other printed matter, mailed FREE
Our BEST I AXIDERMIST, fir. Wallace, is now
in Burns, Oregon, mounting the Harney county
collection for the Portland Exposition. Call and
see his work. We teach IDE SAME METHOD HE USES in
putting op this fine collection. During the time
that he is in Burns, we will
~ i CHEAPER THAN
& 1 ANY
SCÍEXTÍ ■ ■ ; ¿3
- , J. .V. >
i J ’ Price Liat &
To anyone desiring
< 'S' pan r,
FRANK A. COi i , Propt.
The Northwestern School of Taxidermy
First Class, V/311
Appointed Hous .
Suite I5‘l loinnicryial National Bank. Omaha, Neb.
Will bs glad fo furnish
See his II.. . Iswik
Send for catalog today, and ask us to explain our
offer to read- r- of The I'iines-Herald
M. I. LEWIS
MAKE I s
Centrally located, Well furnished table-,
mt 'm use 150 in address as it is our key i
RATES: Meals 25 cents: Rooms 50 cents.
Single Beds 25 cents.
StOD at ths Overland
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
LEW IS A GARRETT. Propia
Special attention giren
. to transcient custom and
‘J freight teams.
Horses kept by the day,
week or month.
FIISTfCLASS LIVERY TIRMHTS.
Hay and ¿rain always
Your patronage solicited
South Main St , Burn«. Oregon
Hie Largest and Most Complete lock
Of drugs, medicines, druggists s ndues,
pei umes. stationery, books, school .-up-
plies, etc., ever brought t j Burns. The
finest wines and liquors for m?dk mil
purposes always on ha d.
Agents for Any Periodical Published.
YOLR DOtlORS PRESCRIPTION GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION.
THE CITY DRUG STORE
H. M. HORTON. Propt.
lo londudin; lunerals
NE» AND UCIRAlE IHY SCALES
IN CONNEXION Wlia BARN
I»RV liOODS. Fl»MSHINiS. SHOES, lit i
e you t nice variety from which to «»elect.
\ H TOY. Manager
I’p-to-date i>.h printing nt rvaeon
Alfalfa at Garr A Cumiuins
Send or bring your orders for anything in our
line—Spring and Summer Goons now in.
parlors tn all Eastern Oregon
and cold hatha with a spray hath
Ime » old time friends
are invited to call on him while at
CARPETS, MATTINGS. WALL PAPER. GO CARTS, MATTRESSES.
REFRIGERATORS. BU ILDING and CARPET PAPER, ROOFING.
r i tr •» sc n
-Isti. IM with nest clesn sn.l nanivttn
I » ii« -hi« Irieml« lo Mup «ilh hm «beu in
* I ■« »
hirni-I.eii Meni« SA cents
Fruit. Vegetables, Sett Drinks, Confec
tionery, Cigars and Tobacco.
We invite th* public tu vieil . Ilr «i,,.,.
HAGEY. FENWICK A .1 At hSti.V
ili a in St ,