The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, September 30, 1905, Image 2

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    essary for the road. It will not be
given for speed alone. Color or sex
will not be considered in the con­
test.
The loving cup must be won twice
in succession at animal fairs before
it becomes the property of any in­
dividual. It is not necessary that
it be won by the same team two
successive years, however, so long
as the same party wins it t’vica.
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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBRE 10, 1906.
SUBSCRIPTION KATES:
One Year.............................. ..................... |2.OU
Six Months ........................ ......................... 1.0U
Three Months..................... ............................ 75
JLL1AN BY KI»
— — — — Manager
In justice to the health of the
school children The Times-ller-
aki hopes the board will see that
the well at the public school
building is cleaned out immediat­
ely. It is very inconvenient at
present to be running to the var­
ious wells in the neighborhood
for water and frequently going
without water which is certainly
detrimental to their health.
WILLIAMSON CONVICTED
—
The Harney County Bank With Capital
Stock of $50.000 to be Opened.
The Harney County Bank with a
capital stock of *50,000 will be
opened to the public the early part
of the coining month with a bright
business future before it.
Ben
Brown, N Brown and Leon M Brown
are the incorporators and the new
institution wiil occupy a portion of
the big N Brown & Son’s stone mer­
cantile building. The furniture fur
the bank has arrived and carpen­
ters have been busy the past week
partitioning off the north part of the
building. As soon as thia work is
done the bank will be opened with
Leon M Brown as cashier.
The Brown’s will occupy the en­
tire building, cutting out the stairs
leading to the second floor which
is now occupied by the land office
and lodge rooms. In this manner
the lower floor will afford more
space for the mercantile 1 stock,
The whole of the second floor will
also be utilized for the merchandise
department and a stairway arrang­
ed inside the building to reach it
The land office will be moved in.
to the new stone building now be­
ing erected adjoining the post-office
and the I O O F Lodge will
new quarters.
The firm of N. Brown & Sons
haB been in business in this place
since the early “80” and have es
tablished themselves with the peo­
ple. They have a big trade
throughout Harney county and tire
shaping their business to command
a larger trade. They eejoy the
confidence of almost every business
man in the county and wo predict
a successful career for the new
banking institution.
A telephone message received
here yesterday announces that the
third trial ■ f Williamson. Gesner
and Biggs fur let d fraud in the
United States ! deral court at
Portland had resulted in a convic«
tion of «11 three defendants. Thia
pratically winds up the notorious
c:t.“es being prosecuted by Heney
in this state with the exception of
the charge- against Congressman
Senator Fulton has recommen­ Hermann which will be put oil' un-
ded the appointment of Frank til later.
Welcome to the postmastership
New City Recorder.
here made vacant by the death of
II. Kelley and in all likelihood lie
A meeting of the city fathers was
will receive the plum. Flank’s
held
Thursday forenoon, having
many friends are pleased and be­
been
called
for the purpose of act­
post-
lieve lie will make a good
ing upo.i the resignation of S. W.
master.
Miller as city recorder. Mr. Mil­
ler’s resignation was accepted and
INDIANS GO BACK TO SCHOOL.
Mayor Cummins appointed L
Woldenberg Jr. to the place. Mr
Supl. Rakestraw of the Indian Miller left Thursday for Crook cou­
Industrial School at Fort Bidwell, nty where he will take up his resi-
arrived here Wednesday evening deuce for the present with his dau-
for the purpose of taking the gliter, Mrs. Hieven», 8am is one
young red skins back to school of the old timers that will be much
after their vacation. He was ac­ missed.
companied by his s<m and a Pitt
(lot Off Cheap
River Indian, l’rof Rakestraw
reports the school in a flourishing
Hi' may well think, he has got
condition with excellent prospects off cheap who, after having con­
for double the attendance of last tracted constipation or indigestion,
year. The Piutes are taking is still able to perfectly restore hits
Bring your eggs to the City Meat
more kindly to education since health. Nothing will do this but Market and get 25c eash for them.
several ul the children have been Dr. King’s New Life Pills. A quick,
attending and making rapid pro­ pleasant, and certain cure for head­
SUMMONS.
gress. Some of the more intelli­ ache, constipation, etc. 25c at The
City
Drug
Store;
guaranteed.
gent Indians aiealso very enthu­
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore­
siastic since investigating the
gon, for the County of Harney.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Emma Hancock, plaintiff,
methods of the White man’s
I
vs.
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school and are heartily co-operat­
Charles F. Hancock, Deft.
Bates Comedy Company to-night
To Charles F. Hancock, Defendant:
ing with Dr. Marsden, of this city­
In the Name of the State of Oregon,
Pendleton Business College leads
in persuading the reluctant youth
You are hereby required to appear and
and maiden to enter school. As 18 Tom Jenkin« has been in the city answer the complaint tiled against you
in the aboye entitled suit on or before
a result Prof Rakestraw leaves this week
the first day of the next regular term of
today with 9 new pupils for his
We are headquarters for Winter the above entitled court, to-wit: on or
institution that is doing so much Supplies—N Brown <fc Sons.
before the 2d day of October, 1905. and
toward benetilting the conditions
if you fail to so appear and answer, for
“Admiral” Sampson has resigned want thereof, plaintiff will take judg
of the homeless roaming band
command on the O B stage and is inent against you for the relief prayed
that has been drifting about for
for in plaintiil ’s complaint, lo wit:
at present taking a rest.
years with no one lo take an in­
For a decree of divorce absolute from
See Adam George at the Burns the defendant and the care and custody
terest in them.
for pasture. Stock have free access of the four minor children mentioned in
the complaint and for an order such as
to water
A TOWN CLOCK BENEFIT.
The Bates Comedy Go, has kind­
ly consented to play c. benefit for
tile town clock land and will put
on one of the best bills ever vet
seen in Burns. 'Die Times-Herald
hopes the people of this city will
show their appreciation of this and
giie the company the biggest house
it has ever had.
“In Missouri” is the bill selected
tor this L. ¡.(-lit and its 11 good one
in every respect. Saturday, Get
14 is the date ret for the benefit
and one-half of the receipts will go
to the tow n cl ick fund. The com­
pany would like to give the entire
proceeds to the fund but financial
coudilioi will not permit it
All hough The Times-Herald has
been accused of stealing the funds
heretofore provided for the town
clock, the money is still quite safe
on deposit in the First National
Bank and those doubting it are ask­
ed to call and make inquiry. Not
one cent has been touched. Il suf­
ficient is re b 1 zed from “In Miss­
ouri” the clock will lie ordered nt
ones.
rill
11 Ml S III RUI) l ot IMI elf.
C C Lundv has returned from an
inspection tour of the Road Land
in Crook county.
Sylvester Smith and two little
children were over from their home
at Hnppv valley yesterday.
The t'ltv Meat Market will run a
wagon to the hay camps in this
vicinity, the wagon will visit each
camp twice n week. Leave orders
at the shop.
Pendleton Business College is
having the largest enrollment in its
history.
G. W. Clevenger & Co have re­
ceived a big lot new furniture which
the public should call and see.
Good pasture can be secured two
miles from Burns. Inquire at eith­
er liverv stable
NEW BANKING INSTITUTION IN BURNS.
is therein mentioned ami for costs and
disbursements.
This summons is published in The
Tinies-IIerald, a weekly newspaper pub­
lished in the City of Burns, llarney
county, Oregon, once a week for six con­
secutive weeks for service publications
by order of Hon. II. C. Levens judge of
the county court, of Harney county and
the state of Oregon, made and entered
on the 23d day of August, 1905, the first
publication hereof is made on the 20
«lay of August, 1905.
G bo . S. S izkmori :,
Attorney for I’laintifl
NO TRESPASSING.
Hunting is forbidden upon my
premises. Trespassers will be pro­
secuted .
H. C. I.EVENS.
Z36 ci
To the Hon. County Court of Harney
county.
We, the undersigned legal voters of
Wild Horse precinct, Hartley county,
Oregon, do hereby petition your Honor­
able Court, to grant a license to Sol
Sehubi iier. to sell spirituous, malt ami
vinous liquors at their plate of business
in Andrews, Wild Horse preein -t, Har­
ney county, Oregon, for a periodo! six
mouths, as in duty bound we ever pray.
Names.
Names.
It Lee Tere
John Gates
A T Govern
I N Coulthiirsi
F J Redon
J A Vest
Lou J Bosenberg
Dick Dry
Charles Leroy
Alfred Anderson
Edw Carlson
J’ Andriew
Dan Durbin
Notice is hereby given that on Mon-',
day, ti e 10th (lay of Oct., l'JOo, the un­
dersigned will apply to the County
Court of the state of Oreg' it for Harney
county, for tlie license mentioned ill the
foregoing petition.
Sol. St HVIIESEK.
Machine
Extras.
Wire Cable,
Rope, Forks,
Machine Oil
Car of Studebaker
Wagons, Hacks and
Buggies to arrive soon
urns, Ore.
Bucks For Sale.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS ARE NOW
We are now able to »how you a larger and more
complete stock than ever before. Our prices are
as low as they can be sold. Our lines in
DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS
comprises the newest and most beautiful
things out. We have also a new line of
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1 have a band of Thoroughbred Registered Rams, bred from
Franco Ramboulette and Delaine stock. This stock is now ex­
tensively used throughout Eastern Oregon and are giving satisfac­
tion.
■\X7"ool azxd. Zv£-uitton..
As mutton and wool producers the Ramboulette and Delaine
8
8 Rams are unexcelled. Call on or address.
W. D. HUFFMAN, Burns, Oregon.
M. I. LEWIS
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Will be glad to furnish
SCIENTISTS A3
PBACÏIGAI.LY
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THAT IT« BUSTER BROWN STOCKING
IT A BOON TO MOTHERS»«» A SNAP
FCR JAHTA CLAUJ" -
BUJTER BROWN
STONE
Mestroie
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Send for
°rico List Jt
Circulars.
Over 500
Beautiful
Designs.
PARTICULARS
and PRICES
To aiiyoGe desiring
INFORMATION.
We respectfully invite tile public to call on us and see our goods
and get our prises. ’.Ve guarantee satisfaction. We are here to
buil I up our business and pr posa to do it with
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See his llandsuine
7>UU>*M«nK
I LOW PRICES -SQUARE DEALING
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DESIGNS.
MANUFACTURED BY
MONUMENTAL BRONZE COMPANY,
BÄIDOEPCBT.CQNN.
OVERLAND HOTEL
FRANK A. COLE, Propt
FIRNITURE. PIANOS, UNDERTAKING
CARPETS, MATTINGS. WALL PAPER. GO CARTS. MATTRESSES,
REFRIGERATORS. BUILDING and CARPET PAPER. ROOFING.
Ou
Janie Scheier, Plaintiff.
,
For the finest quality of English William C. vs.
Scherer, Ilefendant. ’
Surprise Seed Oats, Clear from foul
To William C. Scherer, Defendant
In the Name of the State of Oregon,
seed and wild oats, cal! on.
You are hereby required to appear an I
Chas II. Davis
Harney City Oregon. answer the complaint tiled against you
in the above entitled suit on or beiore
A change in methods of doing the first day of the next regular term of
business where the benefits of the the above entitled court, to-wit: Onor
change are in favor of the consumer before the 2d .day of October, 1905,.and
if you fail so to appear ami an.wrr for
should be appreciated Browns eave want thereof, plaintiff' will take judg­
you money by their New Cash ment against you for. the relief ¿prayed
System.
for in plaintiff's complaint vtz:~for the
I dissolution ofjbe marriage contract now
Geo 11. Dod«on and wife took existing between plaintiff and defen lant,
their departure Wednesday for the and for plaintiff 's costs and] disburse-
rnilroad going via Ontario Mr. ■ menta of this suit.
You will also take notice that this
D .Ison was quick to see the bull-
n. ss advantages here and has gone summons is serve t upon you bv publica­
tion, by order of Fl C. I.eren«, Jiidne <>f
to arrange his atf ire in Oklahoma the County court of Harney county, Ore
paparatory to returning to thin gon. ami that said order was made nt.d
place to locate permanently, He dated August 'J.'td, 1903, the Bist pub i-
I
seems to I h > a very energetic man cation hereof is made on the 2t,th day of
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McCormick
Mowers
flcCormick
Hay Rakes
Deering Mowers
i homas
Hay Rakes
Dairi Hay Bucks
A full and complete line
of the best haying tcols
made.
PETITION EOK LIQUOR LICENSE.
A. L Huntci -.mk his departure
yesterday morning for Bend where
SUMMONS.
he goes to look after some business
affair» mid visit relatives, fie will In the Circuit Court of Hie State of On-
gon, for the County of Hiirnev.
likely spend the winter there
One <>t the handsome special pre­
miums to be offered for competition
at the coming fair it a loving cup
put up by The Times-Herald for
driving teams. This cup is solid
silver with an ebony base and
full of push and will certainly August, 1905.
Gto. S. StZRMORK,
elands t> inches high. It is now on
make a very desirable citizen.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
displav at Geniberling's Jewelry I
store and has already been admired j
tmmnmntmmtm::;:
Ly many.
FROWN
N MCW«,
It seems some have been confused
President
Viea-PratidaM
from the announcement (>n the big
LEON M BROWN Cathie? and Manager
posters and have the impression it
is giv< n for harness displays. Thia
erroneous The cup ia for double
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team-driving horses It is intended •:
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tt
for every buggy team in the county
Aalhorized
Capital.
kM.MI.ll.
to have a chance to win. The con­
ditions are that they must be shown
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINE8S
in harness and driven in a manner i
to suit the judg< a. Judges will pay
strict attention to size, form, action,
Burns. Harney County, Oregon.
style, endurance and qualities nec-
We have the Goods
Stock is complete in Every Particular
Main St , Burns, Oregon
See us first mid get prices.
First-Class, Well
Appointed House
Centrally located, Well furnished table»,
comfortable rooms.
BATES: Meals 25 cents: Rooms 51 ccit-S
Single Beds 25 cents.
Stop at the Overland
Burns, Oregon.
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
LEWIS * GARRETT, Propts.
Special attention given
to transcient custom and
freight teams.
Horses kept by the day,
week or month.
Of drugs, medicines, druggists sundries,
perfumes, stationery, books, schcr! sup­
plies, etc., ever brought to Burns. Tne
finest wines and liquors for medicinal
purposes always on lia-d.
FIRST CLASS LIV LRV TURNOUTS.
Agents for Any Periodical Published
Huy and ¿rain always
on hand.
VOIR DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION.
Your patronage solicited.
South Main St., Burns, Oregon
♦
♦
Fhe Largest and Most Complete Stock
Special Attention
to Conducting Funerals
:
:
le
the city drug store
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
,
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES 4
IN CONNECTION * ITIl BARN
Hiirnev County Bank
Our New Stock of
DRV GOODS. FURNISHINGS, SHOES, MATS AND
&BOCEBIES
Mol give you a nice variety from which to select.
AH TOY, Manager
Flrot'claee accoarmodatioM «¡th neat. cfe<n an*l eomf-wta
room. Toy invite« hi« friemle to stop with him when in
Burns. Tablee well furnished Meals 25 cents.
_
«aXA^A,
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Fruit. Vegetables, 8oft Drinks, Confec*
tionery, Cigars and Tobacco.
M e invite the public to visit our store.
HAGEY, FENWICK & JACKSON,
main St.,
Burns, Oregon-