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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1905)
TAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 8». ISOS.
Royal Tailoring at N Brown A I
Daiu bucks at Voegtly's
SEALED BIDS ASKED.
Chas L. Parrish is over from
Joke Cary spent a few days in the Izec stock ranch.
1 thia city this week.
The rains during the past week
If you wish to be located on a have helped the range.
good homestead, see F. M. Jordan,
1 the surveyor.
We are headquarters for Winter
—N Brown & Sons.
Judge Davie arrived here last
The Burns Cemetery Improve
meut Society will consider sealed
b'ds to sink a well at the cemetery,
either drilled or dug, said well to
sink to a depth where a flow of
water sufficient for irrigating pur
poses may be found. Bids to be
opened and considered on Monday
evening. October 2, at 7:30 o’clock
by a committee consisting of Ben
Brown, M R Smith and F A Cole
The committee reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
C labe S wain , Secy.
“THE SATISFACTORY STORE
BROWN’S CASH STORE
Everything the Best--Prices Lowest
his home at Canyon
Sam Graves was up from hie
home near the lake this week.
Good clean 5 and 10 lb lard pails
See Lenaburg A Dalton’s new ad. j cuil court Monday morning.
at the City Meat Market.
Conqueror Hats—N Brown A I Messrs Drinkwater & Clay are
the proprietors of a blacksmith and
Fa!! plowing and seeding is the
repair shop in Drewsey. They de- or<ler
^aV w*lh 9ie farmers.
See the new ad for the Harney sire a share of the public patronage.
Just arrived at Brown’s, Dress
LOST—A horse collar and pad I Goods, Out Flannel Hosiery, Flan-
N Brown A Sons Bell Golden
between this city and the Stanclift i alettes etc.
Notice is hereby given that the
bridge. Finder please return to ,
Mr and Mrs Grant Kesterson are
“Uncle Billy” Buchanan was a B. W. Hamilton.
the guests of Hon. A. W. Gowan co-partnership heretofore existing
between Fred Haines anti S \V Mil
caller at this office today.
Frank I’aul’s orchestra will give and family.
ler under the firm name of Haines
Lute Mace has a badly sprained a dance at Locher’s hall on next
For Sale—A second hand organ X- Miller, at Burns Oregon, has been
Friday night, Oct., 6 and also one as good as new. Enquire at this dissolved, Mr Haines buying the
ankle, the result <>f an avcident.
on Friday’ Oct., 13.
interest of Mr Miller
Dr W. C. Brown, Dentist. Officj,
W. II. McAllister and E, B. Hill
The business will continue at the
The family of J L Spencer has
upstairs in Veogtly building,
of the American Land A Livestock moved into the city for the winter, old stand in Burns, under the firm
Remember the play tomorrow
q 0 , art) ¡n frotn t,he company ranch “Grandma” Winters will stay with name of Fred Haines A Co, Mr
night—“The Deputy Sheriff.“
Haines paying all firm indebtedness
in the southern part of the county. them.
collecting all notes and ac
For Sale cheap, a camp or road
Mies Pauline Locher our “hello”
Alfalfa seed, Alsike clover seed,
wagon. Inquire of Geo. Shelley.
Timothy seed. Red top seed, Turk- girl, is expected home tonight from
Dated Sept 23rd. 1905.
A. W Hulbert was a visitor from Ieyslan alfalfa seed, Red clover seed the fair Miss A nee Sweek has
F red H aines .
tbi’ Warm spring section Monday. Call and examine and get prices.— been acting in her place
S W M iller .
! Harry Smith wishes us to an
Good iresh butter every week at ( Geer A Cummins.
W. L. Best arrived home from nounce there will be two dances at
60 cents a roll at the City Meat
Job printing—Tile Times-Herald
Locher’s bail during fair week one
Cronk county the first of the week on Tuesday and the other on Fri
Ed. J Catlow arrived here today ! in charge of several head of cattle day night.
. south end. . u
He I which had been purchased
from his home in the
Eldon Johnson and Chas Kaiser
UNITED STATES I.ANDO
was subpoenaed as a witness in the
are fitting up ihe building back of
Burns, Oregon, Augutt
A sufficient contest allbbivit having been filed,
Fred Andrews murder trial
best Trisch A Donegan’s saloon and will in this office by Junius J. Ingcrsol. contehtHiit,
against homestead entry No. 1643, made April
1). 19o2, for HE'.j. N E‘4, Sec. 19. >\V t N \\ • 4 and I
W. W. Hudspeth was circulating cow men in Oregon and one of the open a butcher shop next week
N 1S\V 1 .. Section 20, Township 20 S., Range : 5
by Francis E. llollumix Contistcs, in which
among his friends in this city this
Mrs Geo Ashton has a fine dis E..
■t is nd.eged that the said Francis E. Holladay
has never resided upon «aid tract: has wholly
The onlv Binder
week, having just returned from wos in the city last night and left play of fall and winter hats at the abandoned
tin* same for more than six months |
Wyoming where he had been some
W N Jorgesen building and desires since the----- day of March, 196.», Ims been, and *
now is a fugitive from lueil< e lot shooting at ii I
1 For Sale—Eight year old Cly- the ladies of Burns to call and see man, and is supposed to be in hiding some
where in the state of Idaho, and that said alleg-}
cd absence from the said bind w as not due to his I
Lester McMullen was making i JeHdale
employment in the Army, Navy, or Marine |
proof on bis desert before the local | "e’ght 1750 lbs. has good record
Jack Greenlee was brought down Corps of the United States as a private soldier, i
officer, seaman, or marine, during the time of
said parties are hereby notified to appear,
land oilice Wednesday. He was for colts and is a bargain. Address, from Cow Creek last Monday morn war,
respond and otter evidence touching said all
ing with a brok-n collar bone the gat ion at 10 o’clock a. m. on October, 1«), 1905,
assisted by Felix Barkley and Fred P O Box 193, Arlington Ore.
before the Register and Receiver at the United
Land Office in Burns, Oregon.
C. F. McKinney suffered a fract result of being thrown from a horse i States
The said contestant has ing, in a proper affi- I
, davit, filed August 26, 1905. set forth facts
which show that after due diligence persona I
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Blevins and ure of his ankle Tuesdav at the returned home.
service of this notice can not be nude, it is I
1 hereby ordered and directed that such uoiici-
8. W Miller and wife took their
Mrs Chas Wilson invites the lad I he given by due and proper
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departure Thuesday afternoon for ! is at present confined to his home
ies of Burns and vicinity to call at
in this city and doing very well.
Crook County I’erry Weise ac
her home and see the handsome NOTICE FOB. PUBLICATION
companied them, taking the house
The Windsor, under the manage line of samples for Tailor Made
(Isolated Tract) Public Land Sale.
ment of C. B. Smith A Co., is on« Suits, Jackets, etc, she has just re Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of Be sure and call and see and get prices before purchasing.
instructions from the Commissioner of the 'Jen
The Bates Comedy Co, has been of the most popular resorts in the reived from Chas A Stevens A eral Land office, under authority vested in him
by Section 2455, U. s. Rev. Stat., hb amended by
playing at Drewsey during the
the act of Congress approved February 26,1895,
NOTICE roil PUBLICATION
we will proceed to offer at public sale on the
race meeting but will be here again cigars, billiards and card <ables
4th day of November, next at the hour of 10
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
Burns, Oregon, August
land, to wit:
tomorrow night and will play the and expert mixologists.
Rook was Adjusted insane by the of The
Notice is hereby given that Maruarct M
SF.'4 SE'4 See. 12, and NE>4 NE'4 Sec. 1 ,
4-act comedy drama “The Deputy
26 s.. R. 31 E.. W M. North of Malheur Lake Jenkins of Smith, Oregon, has file t notice of
The Bentlev Brothers were here county examining board Wednes T Any
nnrl all persons claiming adversely the intention to make proof on her <irsert-hin<l
Saturday night this week with a big lot of fine fruit
above described lauds are advised to tile their claim No. :IN», for the Lots I, !. -. SW4 NI
A. E. YOUNG. Propt.
day and the asylum attendants claims in this office on or before the day and HE1. NW,. E‘, S\V>4 -A', MV'j.Hce. ; , I. _>
Oct. 7, the company will be seen in from the Belshaw orchard. 'I hey have been notified to come and get hour above desiptinted for the commencement S., K. 31 E , . M., before the Register and
of said sale, otherwise their rights will be for
17th day of O'-toLer, 1905.
‘ Lynwood” a military play.
had no trouble in disposing of it all him. He is held in custody hv the feited.
She names the following wilm-S'cs to prove
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the < ompleto irrigation and reclamation of
A. W. G owan , Receiver.
land: John IL Jenkins. Tliomaa E. Jenkins
A letter from Mr. Wallace at the
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
-mitli, Oregon, George W W atera and Chris
Burns Oregon, September 28, 1905.) of
tian Berg, of Burna, Oregon.
Harney county booth at the Lewis of weeks with more including some
The ladies of the Cemetery Im
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and Clark states that (his country , i Belshaw prunes.
provement Society desire The
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
is well represented at. the fair at , Mrs J F Mahon was the guest of Times-Herald to extend their
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I
UNITED STATUS LANDOFFK K,>
this time and mentions several in i friends in this city Tuesday, hav- thanks to the Bates Comedy Com
Burns, Oregon, September 8, 1905.1
UNITED ST ATE - I.A ND OFFICE,) '
Notice is hereby given that the following
Burns. Oregon, ><. ptember 29. 1905,( j
particular. He also states that J. i ing came over from her home on pany and the Burns Band for their named
settler has filed notice of his intention
Notice is hereby given that the following
to make final proof in support of his claim,and named settler has filed notice of his intention
P Rector and Cal Geer had been business before the local lam) office. services in giving the benefit last that said proof will bo made before the Register to make linnl proof in suppo: t of his chtim, and
Receiver, at Burns, Oregon, on October 11, thatsaid proof will be made before the Register
very kind in assisting about the She was accompanied home by her Saturday and Sunday evenings and
1905, viz: IL E. No 1257, made Heptember 22, and Receiver, at Burns, Oregon, on October.«).
1900, of Adam F. B George for the Lots 1, 2 ami 1905, viz: Robert J. McKinnon, Jr . of Burns, !
daughter. Miss Pearl and the two The Society realized about 119 3, See. 1, and lots 1, 2, 6, 7, 8 and 9, Sec T 26 Oregon,
II. E. No. 1595, for the NI 11 •’’W,,
S., R 32 E . W. M., North of Malheur Lake.
NW'4SE!4, Lots 1,2,5, and 6, Sec. 9, T. 22 8., r . I
will soon leave for California where from the performances.
He names the following witnesses to prove 30 E.. W M.
Gen R A Green, inspector to the
his continuous residence upon and cultivation , He
names ■ the —
witnesses to prove j
they will visit for some time.
The manager of The Times-IIer- of said land, viz: Charles R. Peterson, Alphena his
resident upon and cultivation
Is continuous residence
Secretary of the Interior, paid this
Venator, of Venator, Oregon, Frank Newman, of said land viz: 1. Porter Sylvester, Lute.
Home made Lard
ald has always been partial to girls of
1 Lawen, Oregon, William H. Carpenter of Parker, John M. Parker and Sam King ail of
section a hurried visit this week.
Geo Shelley is in a very serious
—in fact he has had a decided
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He arrived here Thursday night condition today. He has been suf
weakness toward the fair sex since
and spent yesterday in the Wel- fering from typhoid fever and his
Beef sold by the
he was a kid He has found them .
comeville and Crane creek sections,! physicians found a perforation of
to be the best and most reliable
taking his depat lure this morning the bowel had taken place last
compositors in the office, but not
Stuck lospccler, Harney Connty.
for outside points. He did not dis night necessitating an immediate
much force in "making lip” forms,
Burna, Oregon. ||
close bis business but he may have surgical operation.
China George, Proprietor.
cleaning the presses, engine, etc
Cor. Main and B Streets.
been investigating fhe matter of the has rallied from the shock of the
The arrival of another daughte- at
whi’e men fencing tip the Indian operation but is in a very critical
bis home laBt Monday morning has
put him to studying, however, as Bakery in eonneetion
It. A. Smith................
to what use be will have for so
. . . Denio I
| Archie McGowan ........................ Burng
Table furnished with .everything Parties intending to move stock should
A card from P. G. Smith who
has been attending the fair at Bak the market affords. Your patron give the Inspector or nearest deputy ten
er City states that himself and John age solicited.
Alfalfa at Geer A Cummins.
JF-OZEl CASH OIXTLY-
Commencing November 1, 1905
We can positively save you money—
Give us a chance to do so under our
NEW SYSTEM--REMEMBEK the DATE
Oil in Stock.
C. H. VOECTLY, Burns, Oregon
CITY MEAT MARKET
Always on hand
ice for sale, delivered free
Harney County Hospital
Extracts and SJ-pioeo.
YOUR MONEY BACK IF NOT SATIS
We Solicit Your wants in the
Pati mis receive everv attention when placed
Biggs were going to La Grande
with the latters trotting mares
Judilh and Lucille Judith b
badly rattled ill the race she
ed in at Baker and made a
poor showing hut will be
another trial. The mare had never
started in a race before. Mr. Smith
states that several runners and pos
sibly some trotters would come in
from that place for the meet here
during the fair
I. 8 Geer and
borne yesterday evening fiom a
visit to the fair, the coast and the
old home in Marion county They
had a delightful time and saw -
everything that was to be seen
When enroute home at Austin
station Mr. Geer me» Joseph Bar
ton general manager of the Sump
ter Valley Railroad and found that
gentleman thoroughly in sympathy
with the people of this c->ur.try who
desire an immediate extension of
that line to Burns. We may count
on Mr. Barton as a friend in court
but he is not the mar. behind the
gun, therefore has only limited |
powers. We may expect some
new development in the railroad £
building business, however
under ou^ care.
I’ati-onize Home Imlnsti-v
THE HARNEY VALLEY BREWING CO
urgicaland medi.al cases. Terms reasonable
Make their goods from home products
and with h» me labor.
Pleasant Quarters provided for
Tie’S" OTTTS G-OOIDS
EXPERIENCED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE
They are aw pood «.« the bent and our prices cannot be met.
We cater to the people and not to those who want to main
tain ‘Forty-Nine prices.”
Chas. E. McPheeters, Propt.
We Make a Specialty of Family Trade
anil deliver goods to any part of the city.
G. W. WATERS, Manager.
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I THE HOTEL BURRS BAR
5AM BAILEY, Proprietor.
fine Wipes, Liquors apd Citjars
flints for Maryland Club Whisky.
CLUB ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Courteous and obli4ir>4 M1X0I0415I5
All the latest styles and improved photography In
use to be had. Profile Panels, Artist’s Proof and
Poa< elain process. Photos finished in up-to-date
style upon application All sizes from the smallest
locket picture up to an 8 x io finished in Aristo
Platino or on any of the American papers.
(I .llrry opposite First S.tlon.l Bank.