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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1905)
IAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
Alfalfa at Geer A Cummins.
Daiu bucks at Voegtiy's
New potatoes at the City Grocery
Ruynl Wurcc.tcr Cers»ts
—E B Reed 4 Son
James Mahon was a business
A 25-20 rifle for sale or trade in-
quire at this office.
aïtrimy , august
Summer Vests for Swell Gentle
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Rush
McHargue, Aug 21 a son
Fred Oikerman. and his brother-
Good clean 5 and 10 lb lard pails
in-law, David Savage, are over from wanted at the City Muat Market
Ladi < New Shone—Brown's
R,-v Father Feuri held services
Jess Albtjrson and family are in
G A Retuboid and wife are home h»-re ip the Catholic church a part
from a few weeks stay at their of this week
Preferred Stock Canned Goods— mountain ranch
O Calkins and wiferetured home
K H Brown, the Steins-Mountain Monday from Portland accompa
\V. B Parker was in the city sheepman, is in the city. He re nied by their daughter Grace
ports his flocks doing well
The Blue Mt Engle reports the
of Miss Veda Lyon to
Dr. \V. C. Brown, Dentist. Offic •
Timothy seed, Red top seed, Turk- Mr James Welch at Canyon City
upstairs in Veogtly building,
eystan alfalfa seed, Red clover seed. Aug. 22.
Will Foren and mother have re- J Call'and examine and'gerprices -
E B Reed & Son are giving an
turned to their home at John Day. Geer
Ice Cream Soda free with every
Good fresh butter every week at
Ben Cozad drove the Can von cash purchase of $1 or over at the
60 cents a roll at the City Meat ¡City etage in last night, Tom Mor City Grocery.
i rison having taken a lay-off* and
J. R Jenkins and family have
Atty. Sizemore went over to Can-! gone to Portland where he will tieeu in the citv the past week
yon City this morning on business meet his daughter who is en route visiting friends and looking after
before Circuit Judge Davis. He from California to visit him.
some business affairs
will return Monday.
Supt Rjgby lgfl |agt Wedhegdav
Jack Greenlee was over from his
Geo Ashton and family are back i morning on his wheel for Southern Pine creek ranch last Sundav re
from the mountains where they j Oregon for the purpose of bringing newing acquaintances am! looking
took their little infant for its health. I his family back upon his return after business.-
The little sufferer is improving
During his absence he will attend
1 Thos. Turnbull, one of the large
big educational meeting to be '
Five to seven hundred gallonsi
sheepmen of Eastern Oregon, was
best gooseberries at Mrs. A George’s held in Portland the latter par, of transacting business in this citv a
3 miles north of Crow Camp at 25 til’s month and the first of next, few days this week.
cents per gallon. Come now and The family will return hy rail coin-
A. S Swain and family are again
ing in on the stage.
pick all you want.
their home in this city after a
John Hendrickson, a sheep buyer, • I Hon. C \V Parrish and eons. .1 I, few weeks absence at the ranch
’ Sara and Chas., left Wednesdat
arrived here yesterday to interview V
morning well supplied with camp during the having season.
the sheepmen of this county We
1 S. Geer and family will take
equipment and prepared to be out
are informed there is onother mut
some time. Their destination was ¡their departure tomorrow or next
ton buyer now ii the field also.
not definite as it is the intention to day for a month’s visit to the fair
The City Meat Market will run a visit various sections of the interior and points in
wagon to the hay camps in this* country to look at the land and valley.
vicinity, the wagon will visit each I [ various conditions with a view of
Harry Smith wishes us to an-
camp twice a week. Leave orders possibly locating a tig stock ranch nonnee there will be two dances at
at the shop.
Locher's ball during fair week one
T H Sturtevant, of Formosa, on Tuesday and the other on Fri-
Mr and Mrs Ike Schwartz and Kansas, is at present enjoying a day night.
little daughter expect to leave next visit with bis brother Joe. the hon
Monday for Portland where they est miller of this city. Mr. Sturte I Dr. Brown's wife has returned
will .--pend some time taking in the vant came West for the double pur from a visit to relatives in Happy
valley. She was accompanied
fair and visiting relatives and pose of visiting Joe and taking in
home by Mrs Jefl’ Caw I field and
the Lew s and Clark fair. He
little son who will visit in this city.
is we have i magnificent val
Mrs. D. A Cawllield arriv> i thinks
The Gri h-jm Theatrical Co, lias
and climate. lie will spend
home from Boise City last we. k ley anil
been playing to verv good houses
and is at present a guest of tier son
in this city this week. There are
John and family in this city. Mrs. ing on to the fair.
12 people in the company and their
Cawlfield states that she will re
Con Wyatt arrived home last performances have been quite satis
turn to Boise some ti-.ue in October evening from a visit to the fair.
factory to the play goers.
Austin Goodman wishes to re Con was married to Miss Bessie
Having sold the furniture busi
mind the public that his gasoline Cone on th-- 10th inst. instead of
C. A. Byrd will now turn his
wood saw machine will be in opera the 17th. as w-' formerly reported.
attention to painting and paper
tion this season and he is ready to
hanging and solicits a share of
make contracts on sawing wood him home on account of poor health
patronage. He will also con-
He also has a first class grain roll but remained with her parents for i duct a cabinet and repair shop.
er and does good work in this line.
Miss Mary Byram, a cousin to
band here later. The Times Her
Cail on him for prices.
W. I. Marsden, arrived here
ald takes special pleasure in extend
Mervin Horton who accompanni- ing well wishes to this young couple Tuesday evening and is at present
ed Ben Brown and John Thomae who are particular friends to the a guest at the Marsden home Miss
on a hunting and fishing trip to the writer.
Byram is a stenographer and will
head waters of Emigrant creek, be
make her home in this city.
Michael Sartoris, one of the hav
come lost last Sundav and was out
John Cary, his mother and sister
from that morning until Monday ing crew at the Alvord was brought Miss Grace, took their departure
afternoon about 1 o’clock. His ab
y-*slc rd ay morning for the Willam
sence caused considerable alarm knocked out condition One of the ette where they will visit a few
and searching parties started out guy ropes of the derrick broke al weeks i nd also take in the Lewis
from this city to join tho«e who lowing it to fall on him and the and Clark fair. The party went
were already engaged in the hunt. unfortunate man received a very overland.
He had his pony with him and al bad scalp wound, two ribs were
P. M. Cheney and wife were the
though his father was much con broken and his shoulder blade was
of relatives in this city last
cerned for the hoy’s safety, was
satisfied he would find his wav out other bruises and while hie injuries Sundav. They came in for the
of the timber if no accident had are very painful they are not purpose of meeting a brother to
Dr Marsden expects to .Mr. Cheney who was expected from
befallen trim It was indeed a re serious
again in the course Los Angles, but as vet tlr gentle
lief to learn he had come in tn the
man has not arrived.
of a few weeks.
II .rlon A Sayer saw mill
Jaines Donegan, Ed Waters and
Chas Kaiser left last Monday for
the mountains to»|>end a few weeks
rusticating and landing a few trout
They left loaded for beai with
ammunition, guns, fishing tackle
anil camp equipment for a regi
J. C. Bartlett, principal of the
public school at Burns, h compan-
ied by his wife, was in the city this
week enroute home f >m a trip to
San Francisco, Portland, and the
fair Incidentally they took in to
Burns with them a load of supplies,
purchased from tie- Huntington
Mercantile <’•>—I! mlinglon
ANY NEWSPAPER in THI8COUNTY.
YOUR MONEY BACK IF NOT SATIS
We Solicit Your «ants in th
Whit Hery » ow n His.
weal lier ¡
Browns new clothing just in.
Fin#* Patent Flour at Brown’«
THE SATISFACTORY STORE”
Jam«« Gilbert was down from hie
home near Harney yesterday
Frank Cummin* is over from
Westfall on a visit to his parents
Bring your eggs to the City Meat
Market and get 25c cash for them.
Another shipment of our Celebrated Special
Notice rs heteby given that the
co partnership heretofore existing
between Simon Lewis and Roy
McGee under the ti.m nam- of
Lewis A: McGee has been dissolved
by mutual consent, T. Garrett pur
chasing the interesr of Mr. McGee
The business will be continued
at the old places of business by
Lewis and Garrett, and they re
spectfullv solicit a continuance of
the patronage of the old firm
Dated Aug. 17. 1905.
If you have never used it try it—Its
equal to any 35c Coffee sold
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
Burns, Oregon, August 21. 1905.
Notice is hereby given that Lucy Mahon,
of Harney. Oregon, has tiled notice of inten
tion to make proof on her desert land claim i
’.for the SW». NW’, >E»«SA ‘ .W’jSW 1..
. h1., NE‘4, "ec. 2S, X E‘j NW»4 aud Lot
1 . ><•<
I. T. 25 «.. R 33 F . W M.. before the
Register and Receiver at Burna. Oregon, on
Tuesday, the -t’>th day of September, 1905
She names the fo’louing witnesses to prove ■
the uomplete irrigation mil reclamation of said
land Alphena Venator, of Venator, Oregon,
John 1 Sitz, of l.awen, Oregon, Harry McClure
and Mell Parker,of Harnev, Oregon.
W m F a krk . Register
(SITED STATES LAND OFFICE, f
Burns. Oregon, August 17, 1905.»
Notice is hereby given that Lester McMullen,
of Drewsey, Harney county, Oregon, haa tiled
notice of intention to make proof on hie desert
land claim No. 509, for the E’, NE»4, SW*.
NE*t. See. 7. T. JO S . R. 3., E ,
M . liefore
the Register and Receiver at Burns. Oregon,
on Wednesday, the 27th day of September,
lie names the following witnesses to prove
the complete irrigation and reclamation of said !
laud Edwnnl Miller, Homer 1’reatley Felix
Barklev, Bert Dunten, all of Drew sev, Oregon '
WM. I’ARRE. Register. I
The onlv Binder with
Binder * wine
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore-
gon, for the County of Harney.
N. Brown, Bell Brown and Leon
M. Brown, composing the tirin
of N. Brown 4 Sons, plaintiffs
To Robert Terrell, the aliove-natned de
Be sure and call and see and
In the nam«* of the »State <>f Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint tiled against you
in the above entitled action, within six '
weeks from the date of the first publica
tion of this summons, and if you fail to
so answer or ap|»ear, within said time,
for want thereof, the plaintiff will take
judgment against you for the «urn of
$82.34 with interest thereon, from tin? 1st
The iitideraigned having on the 17th
day of January, 1891, at the rate of six
per cent per annum ; also for costs and day ot July, 1905, been duly appointed
disbursements of this action, and will Administrator oi the «»»tale in Oregon of
further apply for an order to sell the fol Warren C. Stevetm, «1« c< a -« <1 all person«
lowing described property heretofore at having claim« again«; t-aid estate are
tached in this action, to-wit: The SE’4 notified to present tl e «nine properly
ol the N\VJ4 of Section 24, in Township verified to me at my office and residence
23, South of Range 31 E., \V. M. in liar- at the I’ Ranrli within six month« from
nej County, ()regon.
Dated this 22 I day of July, 1995.
This summons is published by order of
F rank II. II owkll ,
the Hon. II. C Levens, County Judge
of Harney County, Oregon, w hich order Administrator oi the ' Lit» <»i Warren
('. Stevens» Deceased
was duly made and entered in the journal
ol said Court on the 19th day of July,
1905, requiring the «aid summons to be
NOTICE FOU 1’1 I î LICA l'ION
published once a week for six successive
LNITED «TATE- I AND <i| I l< F.
weeks, in The Times-Herald, a weekly
Burn«, Oregon, July 1. 1’»«»-*.i
newspaper of general circulation in Har
Notice is hereby given thiit M» i II«I h \ Ben
nett, of Harney, Oregon, I» mss II.. 1 not le. of
ney County, Oregon.
intention lu nmke proof on lu r
The «lateof the first publication hereof claim No 35A, for th. x' • M , "
R 32‘, E . W. M., iH-forr tlie Reglnter and
is July 22«i, 1905.
Herdvt r Ht lliinr Oreg.ri ..n I i«-f n
Blocs A Binns,
.th <iav of September l '
«he namea ibe following "it’>'
Attorneys for Pl.intiffs. the complet«’ Irrigation and r.i lm rion ..f
Mai«l land : Jamaa A Itirner.
of Harnev, Oregon, Williaiu ■ ■ W
of Burnt •I
Oil in Stock
C. H. VOECTLY, Burns, Oregon
get prices before purchasing.
LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION
We the undersigned legal voter« of
Lake precinct Harney couuty, «tale of
Oregon, respectfully petition the Hon.
County Court of Ifarnev county state of
Oregon to grant a license to Sidnev
Conngys to «ell apiritous null and
vinou« liquor« in less quantitie« than
one gallon in Lake precinct, Harney
county, state of Oregon, for the period oi
three month«, as in duty bound w« will
E L Springer
D I* Nutter
W H llaley
E T Haley
D W Farthing
C T Simmon«
J B Ivy
Verner < 'hamlx*re
C A Haines
that on Wed-
X-»’ iee jr hereby ifiven
m*«'lay, the «¡th day of Sept., 1905» the un
dereigned w ill apply to the County i ourt
of the state of Oregon for llarnev county
for the li< »•!>>• mentioned in the forego«
if g petition.
Oregon, Jaaon Beunell, of Harn«* .Oregon
WM L AKf r. R-gitter.
Fresh and Salt Meat
Always on hand
Home made Lard
Beef sold by the
ice for sale, delivered free
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W m . ».«a«, Il<<l»l«r.
B- W. HAMILTON.
Stock leputsr. Harney konnty.
I’.ill Tits receive every attention when place <1
under our care,
EVERYTHING flóT CL .
Codrtwus and oUnjiM M »slo^ct-
Good comfortable r< dins.
‘-tiri'ical and nu di.al cases Terms reasonable
Pleasant Quarters provided for
(’lias. E. McPheeters, Propt.
La w tut
A. E. Brown
K. A. Smith
Parti«*« intending tn rn»»v«» m » m k «h»»ul<l
give the Inspector or noar«**t deputy ten
SflM BAILEY proprietor,
fine Wmps. Liquors and Ctyv
flints for A^aruiand Club Wb.'iq
CLUB ROOMS IN CONNECTION
fl. E. YOUNG, Propt.
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Bum«, or,«"il, July
" the hotel burns bur
CITY MEAT MARKET
Burns, Orego, .
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