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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1905)
HE largest circulation or
Y newspaper in this county .
i.lll KDAV. JULY
Job printing—The Times-Herald
Geo Hopkins and wife have mov
ed into the Cavender residence •
Bring your eggs to the City '(eat
Market and get 25c cash for them.
Dain bucks at Voegtly'
Ideal weather for bay maxing.
I. adie* New Shoes—Brown's
Bailey Hayes is up from Lawen.
A 25-20 ritle for sale or trade in
quire at this office.
Special Bargain Sales
ARE COMMENCING NOW
Our Remnant and Bargain Coun
ters offer a special opportunity to
Ret just what you want at and be
Dress Goods Sale
Slxirt "Waist Sale
Children s Ready Made Dresses-, Ladies’
Shirt Waist Suits are also included in this
Come early and get first pick--You will l»e surpri «.I
it what a little monrv u ill buy at our Store.
Preferred Stock Canned Goode—
G W Clevenger 4 Co.
Notice for Bid»
Mrs. Lester Hamilton was the
guest of friends in this city yester-
Good pasture can be secured two , d»y.
F McKinhey ie down from miles from Burns. Inquire at eith
Mrs C F McKinney arrived home
er livery stable.
last Wednesday evening from an
Mrs. David Cary and daughter extended visit to the fair.
W. C. Brown, Dentist. Office |
were guests of the Shelleye
irs in Veogtly building,
Frank Metschan, the Canyon-
I a few days this week.
es Ferguson is now mixing
Burns stage man, was down from
Nabiscos, Macroonas, Pintonas : his home in Silviee a few days the
k- and handing out beer at the
and Festinas, are among the really first of the week.
fine table delicacies at Huston’s.
For sale—A modern five room
|iu»e desiring to purchase a
Mr and Mrs A W Hurlburt and dwelling, incentre of full block, all
o should call at G W Cleven-
W G Bardwell were in from the enced. good out buildings. A snap
A Co’s furniture store. This I
Warm Spring Tuesday on land if taken quick. SeeM. L. Lewis
now carries instruments.
ittle Cat men Donegon entertain-
J. D. Daly, president of the First
C. S. Johnson and wife were in
r friends at her home last
National Bank of this city, came in
H from the Calaminity
.lay afternoon, the occasion
yesterday, accompanied by his dau
. first of the week. .Mr. Johnson was
her seventh birthday.
ghter Mary. He is here to attend a
‘ in after machinery needed to harvest
meeting of the directors of the bank.
lvssrs Drinkwater A- (.lay are his crops and Mrs. Johnson visited
proprietors of a blacksmith and relatives and friends
Hey there you coffee cranks!
sir shop in Drewsey. They de-
Luuaburg and Dalton have at last
1* rank and Dell Dibble were over | found just what you are looking
i share of the public patronage.
! from Silver Creek last Sunday and | for and if you will cal) they will
’¡ve to seyen hundred gallons I were accompanied out by the Messrs
i tell you all about it.
t gooseberries at Mrs. A George’s ¡Slinger upon their return home.
liles north of Crow Camp at 25 ■ Dell and Mr. Slinger Sr, were in I Dr A J. Smith, U. S. stock ex
ts per gallon. Come notv and ! again Wednesday,
aminer, who has head quarters at
Lakeview, was a visitsr to our city
k all you want.
1 he Misses Alice and Agnes this week in company with E. C.
l iu- City Meat Market will run a
Sweek were arrivals on the Mon McCray, a traveling man from San
gon to the hay camps in this
day’s O-B stage and will spend the Francisco.
luily, the wagon will visit each
vacation period at home. They
Having sold the furniture busi
’ will return to school this tall should
ness, C. A. Bvrd will now turn liis
I their mother’s health permit. The
attention to painting and paper
;.... \\ aters is confined to his many friends of the young ladies
hanging and solicits a share of
tn* suffering from
pneumonia, are pleased to have them in their
your patronage. He will also con
had been ailing for several days I midst.
duct a cabinet and repair shop
Dr. Geary found yesterday!
.1 W Bigg* left Wednesday for
Miss Alice Hamilton is again at
ruing that the patient bad de-1
Baker City to assist in perfecting home having come in from the
jopeil a care of pneumonia.
organization of the Fourth Eastern Mahon ranch the first of the week.
Dr M J Gerdes arrived home | Oregon District Agricultural Socie- Mies Alice has cast her lot with The
t evening from Portland where ty and to arrange for Harney’s por- Times Herald force for the preseut
went to take the examination be- tiou of the elate funds
He was and shows exceptional ability and
e the state medical board. 1.»
r---—- out by J B Messick aptness in the work.
forms us he will not know the re-1 the Baker City attorney who has
A K Richardson is now turning
It of the examination for a cc>u- been visiting with friends here a
out lumber at his Harney aaw mill,
! of weeks.
also shingles and is ready to fill
From inquiry at County Clerks your orders. Call him up on the
S trayed —From the ranch of the
finds private ’phone at the Welcome
dereigned on the 6th inst. 4 head office The Times-Herald
four- Pharmacy- when in haste for any
hogs two black barrows and one that
Lite one, and one white sow, all teen hunters’ license issued for this thing in his line.
hen last seen in pork order, info-- county. This seems a very small ! Geo Shelley had the misfortune
atio . leading to recovery of same number considering the amount of j to burn his arm the other day and
ill lie liberally rewareded.—L. B. game we have and the number of immediately after a shod horse
euns used. Local sports should kicked him, the calk making an
gulp. Burns, Oregon.
remember about the license and se ugly wound on the burned spot.
C A Sweek informs he is making
cure permission in order to avoid As a consequence George is laid up
success of poisoning blackbirds
trouble. It costB but little to com for repairs just at a very busy sea
lat swarm over his grain fields by
ply with the law and eaves possible son when blacksmiths are much in
<■* soaked with arsenic. Hunters
trouble should a game warden show
lould be carefnl while in bis fields up unexpectedly.
ith their dogs ami see that the an-
Frank Rieder, of the Road Com
Mrs Geo Waters and little daugh pany arrived home last Sunday
Imils do nut get the poisoned birds.
ter were arrival? on last Sunday’s morning, having come overland
Austin Goodman wishes to re
I 0-B stage, returning from a visit to from Albany following the route of
Sind the public that his gasoline
the fair. Mrs Waters met with the land grant. Mr Rieder reports
J saw machine will be in opera-
quite a painful accident while en a very pleasant trip over the nmun-
i ui this season and he is ready to
route. The stage was turned over ! tains and states he found the af
n.ike contracts on sawing wood,
Saturday afternoon the other side fairs of his company in a satisfac
ie also has a first class grain roll-
of Westfall, throwing the occupants tory condition
r and does good work in this line.
out, Mrs Waters falling in to a wire
ill on him for prices.
fence. She sustained a broken rib
John McMullen ami James Smith and i-evera) bad tlesh wounds on the
hive been improving their business right arm caused from coming in I C A King and wife of Burns were
uts this week, erecting a neat wood contact with the barbed wire. The the guests of Mr and Mrs I.ee Cald
lied and fence
Mac informs us wounds were dressed temporarily well dining the week. Mrs King
■e expects to go to Baulina next and she continued her trip in is a sister of Mrs Caldwell).—On
lonth to spend some time and will The attending physician, Dr Geary, tario Argus
■> from there to Portland to visit reports the lady doing well. He also
I will hold the regular examina
h* < xposition and also attend the informs usthe wounds on the arm tion for state and county paper, in
invention of the Pacific Const are not deep but rather aggravating. the public school building nt Burns
The little daughter escaped injury. Dreg as follows
Browns new clothing just in
Commencing Wednesday, Aug
ust, 9, at nine o’clock A
continuing until Saturday. August
12 at four o'clock P. M
tory, spelling, algebra, reading,
theory of teaching grannner. l ook
keeping. physics civil government
menial arithmetic, composition,
Saturday.— Botany, plane geotn
elry, general historv english litera
FOR <’OI NTY PAPF.Bfl
Commencing M hired»/. Aug 9
o'clock A M and co- nuing until 4
o’clock P M Frida» Aug 11
First, .econd an I third grade
Wednesday.- Written arithmetic
Friday,—1 i*i •graph
arithmetic, school law <
Wednesday,—Penai» n« Lip,
iBugraphy, arithmetic rending
Thursday,—Art of questioning,
theory of teaching phrenology
M E Rigby , Schoo! Sopì,
Notice ie hereby given that the
County Court of Harney County
State of Oregon will receive pro
posals for the medical aod surgical
attendance, and the furnishing of
medicine and surgical appliances to
the county poor and indigent of
Harney County, Oregon, for a per
iod of one year from date of contract,
bids to be opened by the court at
one thirty p m, on the first day of
the next regular term of said Court,
to wit: Wednesday the 6th day of
September. 1905. The court reserv
ing the right to reject any and all
THE SATISFACTORY STORE
PRICES ARE LOWER
New System inaugurated.
Immense Stock to select îrom— -Quality Unsurpassed.
Facilities to fill Orders Better.
We are alter more Business—Call and be convinced
We can do it—-We will do it.
Remember the larger the trade the better the price.
S am M otuershead ,
In the Circuit Court of the State oi Ore
gon, for the County of Harney.
N. Brown, Ben Brown and Leon )
M. Brown, composing the firm
of N. Brown A Sons, plaintiff,
To Robert Terrell, the above-named de
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled action, within six Í*H
week, from the date of the first publica
tion of thia summons, and if you fail to
so, answer or ap;«ar, within said time,
for want thereof, the plaintiff will take
judgment against you for the sum of
<12.34 with interest thereon, from the 1st
day of January. 1891. at the rate of six
per cent per annum ; also for costs and
disbursements of this action, and will
further apply for an order to sell the fol
lowing described property heretofore at
tached in this action, to-wit: The SE'4
of the NW4 of Section 24, in Township
23, South of Range 31 E., W. M. in Har
ney County, Oregon.
This summons is published by order of
the Hon. H. C. Levens. County Judge
of Harney County, Oregon, which order
was duly made and entered in the journal
of said Court on the 19th day of July, I
liKKi, requiring the said summons to be
published once a week for six successive Be sure and call and see and
weeks, in The Times Herald, a weekly i
newspaper of general circulation in Har
ney Countyt Oregon.
The dateof the first publication hereof NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
VN1TKI) «TATES LAND UKUF’E.
is July 224, 1905.
BurnN, Oregon, June
¡'.nr», i |
Biuua <k Bums,
Notice U hereby given Flint the followini--
Attorneys for PUintiffe. naiued settler han filed notice of liis intentloii
S z',’/b date. Use . J*
a Jones The onlv
Oil in Stock
C. H. VOEGTLY, Burns, Oregon
to make final proof in Support of Ills < laim, mol
that said proof will be made before the Io . ate:
and Receiver at Burns. Oregon, on July 2'.,
viz: Charles Fl Le.inard, of Bum*,Oregon t
H F No 1271. for tb. 8\\ >,
¡ ’.3 E W. M
He names the following mi ' ii . ss h to prov
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said Ian«!, viz William o. Vhitu Harn I
Brisco William <’. p rd and ' ¡linn <’ Hyr<!
all of Burns, Oregon
W M. F a HUE. Register.
get prices before purchasing.
^.y- 'X' væ
Mere Zr iinyf/iiny that ivill make a pcrton ftt/
tiko staying away
it it to ritto
Whereas, the Secretary of State of the
State of Oregon Ims notified me in writ
ing that pursuant to the provisions of
an act entitled “An Act making effective
the initiative and referendum provisions
of Section 1, Articled of the Constitu I NOTICE FOR Pl’BI.K ATION
tion of the State of Oregon, and regulat
UNITED STATES I.A Nil ol l WK.
Hurns <Heron. June .’I. r.n |
ing elections ther, under and providing
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penalties for violation, of provisions of named »el lie. I im . Í. 1. .1 I
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ma».* linai pro. I I.. .
this Act,” approved February 2ltli, 1903, lo
und I lot .»Id proni .III 1 ■ n -■
Regi.ter and Ki.........
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on , .
there waa duly filed in his office on May Jnh
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IStti, PJ05. a referendum petition con or. . ,.n. Il I No n ,. lo, : ■ w
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taining 6,312 signatures properly attach l-l-'..
lie name, tin- lolloa.nv »
ed thereto, and certified in aeeordance hl, continuous i. - .................
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with law, ordering that Hoose Bill Num Oregon, i,eotre I lla.d.i r
ber 370, entitled " An Act to appropriate John W -ai.r all ,d I:.. •A no «In
. I: .■ al. I
money for the payment of the expenses
of the maintenance, repair«, improve
TIMBER LAND \oll< 1
ments. equipment and current et|>enees
(J. B. Land Office, Burna, Ore., Muy 31,1W5,
of the insane Asylum, Penitentiary, Re
Notice is hereby Riven
given that in compliance
form, Deal-Mute and Blind Schools, Uli with
ihr provisions of the act < ‘ f .'onureM of
the sulf of
iveraity, Agricultural College and Nor June 3, 1878, entitle«! ’ Aiiectfor nia,
timber lauds hi th«’ Matesof'
' hm extend
mal School,, and other current ex penee, Nevada and WaslilnKio i l« r
io t of A iik
to all the Public i.mol "
of the state, and declaring an emergen ed
V aneouver, .
ust I, 1892. Mahlon i I as’H>
r»n, bus thia /
cy,” paued by the Twenty-third I.egis county «»f ( lark Hist'- of " h
tement No. I y
day filed in tliis ««fib «• I i
lative tasembly of the State of Oregon ¿1*5, for the pure II Ha of 0 .•Q 1, of section I
»mgr No r. K . * i <
in Township No i -
at ttie regular session of said legislative No.2M.
w tinti the land v
M . and w ill ofl, r proof to r
Is more iMl'iable f<u a timber or atono I z
\ssembly, shall be referred to the |»-o __
than for agricultural i tip ► e
. (C h M ìn I.1
pie of the State ot < Iregun lor their ap his claim to eaid Iftiol before the I:■ l Ister and ;
Receiver of this .>t!ie<
proval or rejection at the regular general Thursday, the iOfh dn> of A • '’ I '
William»' of • z
election to is* held on the 4th day of Hr names ss uitioesee I-
Riley. Or»ron .Matt Wm-t > r "f I
’ •'••I. I r»-«l •
June, 1906; that raid 6,312 signatures to Minnich, Matt Peteraoti troth i \ ar < out »•». (
said |«tition are more than five per cent
Any and all | h rB4»i;s cl«i >ti i ci' ■
• i • 11.«- j
of the whole number of votes cast for at»ovr deaeri te*«! laudiate req mat ml («, i. i iiei i
< lainis In ti.ia ofT« e <»n or i-' • • »
Justice of the Supreme Court at the last of Auguat l‘<> •
Now, Therefore. I, Gao. E Chamber
lain, Governor of the State of Oregon, in
TIMBER L^XD NOTICI-:
obedience to the provision» of said act
(J. 0. l4M»d office Klimt. Orr . May 31. líWf».
hereinbefore mentioned, do hereby make Nolle« In hereby given that in •ohiplianre
with th«* pr«»vi»lout <>f th*-
' g i ongreaa of
and issue this proclamation to the peo June
3, 1*^8, entitle«! ’ In «<-t h»r the »ale of
r f < taiif.i»' nia, < ir<-gori
ple of ttie State of Oregon, announcing timber land* In the
Nevada and Washington Tern'»
that there has l>eeu filed with the Secre ed to all the Public I ju d Wat«*a by n< t of Aim
4, 1»W2. Matt Warner
I •tiati'I. foiinh u1
tary of State of ttie State of < iregon a ref u«t
M’lUnomah Mate ..f or» g r ■ •
>■ m t .-•!
erendum petition with the requisite In thia office hfa 8*<»rft -’äh-nitii’ No
the ynirrhaae- of th« F ,
4 ~F » SW't
numls-r of signatures thereto attaehel, HW'.NK'k <»f -*«-tioi. S'-
in t -A'-ahip
No 71 M.. Haujff Zr h , W
and ’ >11 ofl-r j. <*4
ordering that House Bill Nomtier 370, tr»
abow That the lands
i«n>oi« va *jat«l(-
entitled “An Act to appropriate money fur itatiinFM-r or »ton«- than for i »«."■• uM tirai pur
tio«« s, and to rs’ahllab i *hia
ria i lo »'i- 1 bind
for the payment of the expense, of the before
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R< • < < 1 *r »»f tt..a orti«-«-
maintenance, repairs, improvement,, at Auyuni
Faa Hrk. Matt
equipment ami current expenses of the He namaana witL»‘»» *> M
peteraon, Fred Mimdrn sii
Insane Asylum Penitentiary, Reform, WaahiDK’oD K. J. W
AD) and all
ru-t ■ < ain . ( iMivtra*"!)' ’ he
Iieaf Mute and Blind Schools, Universi aF»ovr-dea*-rH»e«f
land««?« ■ t su -ti,, file th «•ir
ty. Agricultural College and Normal r-lairnt tu thi« otlb e
Scbooto, and other current expenses of Anruat. I*<‘
the -late, and de< lahng an emergency.”
pa«— I by the T«< nty-tl.ird legislative
Assembly "< the State of Oregon at th*
The L ok Mar
regular session of nai«l Legislative Assem
bly, be submitted t<> the legal elector» of
th* -rat- of • Wegnn f .r their approval or
rejc 'ion al the rrgular election to Ire
Cor Main and I - tr* ' - .
held on the 4th of June 1906, the »ame
being the first Monday in Jnn<, 1906.
MEALS AT AUU H0UR3
I tone at the Capitol in the City of
r>aletn, State <4 Oregon, this----- day of
Bakery in connection
-.gn-l GEO I I IIAMBERI.AIX.
A Specialty sf Short Urdcrt.
Table fwrniehed with • rrythlug
Bv the Oorercor
the market aff rl-
A • • | »tr- m
■btn*.l F l 1*1 MBA»,
xe retsrr • t “late age solicited
I lint will pull liin horses to ileath and not cut in re than
half the hay.
Try the Famous Walter A. Wool ora
(I begon X F orwarding ^ nowPANYj
han for side id ti I vhm price Ihun you can buv <»tfor.
I hey have the celebrated
also, and are svlllng them at a «‘orrenpondiiiglv low fig
ure an the mower«
Will not take time to toll you
about STUDEBAKER wagons
and buggies, in fact it is not
necessary; everybody knows
We are selling our
at half price, because we are going out of these
lines, but not intending 'o close vp business as our
competitors would like to have us do. Ihey say
we “sell too cheap’’ and are demoralizing trade
That is our business. We will continue r< do
busint ss at th- old STAND and will no I ui. It i -
so'.d Can not afford
buy bier for you but w ill
sell goods at 'he right prices.
Brinci II"11' wires unit
■ irilh //<z/r
/■■<■ hare just what they leant, unit ire can heat
anybody's /trices on these lines.
OREGON FORWARDING COMPANY, Ontario.
J. S. B a WF.II. Hauler.
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T —■ ’ r — WT — • r —
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Alfalfa »red Alaikr clover wed,
Timothy seed, Red top ■••••■I. Turlt-
ey.tan alfalfa seed lt»d < >v»-r -•
Call and examine an I gel prices
I i»er dr Cuniniin.