Image provided by: Harney County Library; Burns, OR
About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1905)
We have the Goods=—We make the Prices—We get the Trade.
We are headquarters for \\ inter i
of the visi-
— X Brown <t Sons.
tor» conld see them. Only one lot
touching. In fact it was a char
acler that appealed to his .<u »:
«ATTADAY. ücroEXKxi». 1«.
ence. Carl Welker .1- Joe Ver OLR HRST Er'ORT -tOST GRtTIFV- were presented by Mrs W in. Miller
I NO AM) SATISFACTORY.
non, was a tvpical blacksmith.
is forbidden upon
ITIOM KAT’Ko ■
two weeks before the fair. The
Carl is good anywhere you p! • v
Trespassers will be
absence of flowers made the pavi-
him. kolxit Travers, a. piay
Tbc Speed Program. The Uroio
lhe Rave lion ralber desolate.
IL C. I.EVEX8.
bv Eugene IJ’Olier, was ex 1 •
Among the displays that deserve ■
Caur.e. and Stock Stic
tionally good, although Mr I)’-1
Say Those Who Aliendad.
special mention in this class were
« 11.1 am mkb — — — .
Oiler lays no claim to playing
those of Mr.- it J McKinnon whose NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
The people of Harney county fruit made almost a clean sweep;
••heavy” he was a success in tin
IT WAS A SUCCESS.
pait. One of the finest scenes in > .»ever att- oded a more successful 1 S freer, fruit,corn, diy lai d pota
Notics is hereby given to the heirs of
The tint annual fair under the the play in the second act, was fair that the on« just closed and the
toes. etc ; Dr Hibbard a largt vari John II. Hickman deceased and to all
i .'- ij i- receiving the con-
management of the Harney Cuun- ! when Travrra comes to Vernon’s 1 m<r-
ety of garden produce which in persons wlmin it may concern : 1 bat on
: all and the assurance cludes popcorn, celerv, squash: Joe the 4th dav of Oct., 1905, the undersign
ty Fair AMociation was an entire house after shooting a detective
of support .1 1 good will of the Sturtevant's ilisplav of sugar l»eels ed administrator of said «’state filed his
filial account ami by ordi-r of the court.
aucceas and passed ofT in a very and where Kate Vernon huh - peopb to make the ll( xt one even
an»! other routs was mo-t complete. Made an»l «'iitered O«-t.. 4111 19»o, Mon
him tn a closet.
Although the exhibition of stock day Nov., «»th 19"5 at one o’clock I’.M.
iinils Inin and gives him his hoi se
The slim attendance ur-cnaionwl was not half what it shouiil have of said day’at the County Court room in
the attendance was not up to ex- '
to make his escape.
Mrs Z «• by unfavorable weather seriously
Burns in Harney County Oregon was
prctation* and the gate receipt» 1
been, it was the finest vtl shown in
fixed as the time and place when said
Bates a.I ’1-izabeth Verm 11 and baiidieappsd the management, as
Harney county. Owing to th» lack dual account would 1st eonsiderod by the
corre»|M>ndingly short, the man
Harry Loveridge as Dave made it dep nded entirely upon the gate
advertising, the bad weather and court, ami all persons having any objec
agement will pay every premium
a hit in their respective characters receipts and <• mseesions to carry
fear of owners that the associa tions to said account ar»- re.juired to tide
won and the entire expense in
an I caused many a roar of laugli- out the speed program, as well
was not in shape to care for I lhe same on or before saiil «late.
quired during the week.
Dated at Burns Ore.
t< 1. Sam Wert, as Colonel Boll the other special features and it stock, many dul not enter their !•» si
There were mistakes made, hilt
This 6th day cf <h
inger, Ches Carter as Escrom, the therefore took »Xpert figuring to stock.
This, however, will not
John M. Farrens,
not serious ones. The weather
co*>n and John Dickenson, who
stam) in tlr-.way another ■ moo *
was bad whit h accounts foi the
The Eair Association was at a
for the association has shown the
played Sam Towler, were all loc
slim attendance it was not Luk
heavy » .xpause »luring the week and
stockmen that it can take care of
al boys who acquitted themselves
spared no pains <>rexi»ense lo make,
of interest. The date set w.is too
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
with credit. Miss Vera Winters lhe fair the beet possible under! the animals ami will ,l»e in belter
late and will lie avoided in futu'e.
I NITEi> STATES LAND Ol Fl< E..
who played the part of Mrs Ver the circumstance. As was predict- i
Burns, Oregon, Octotier l'.K).». I
Tin interest arouaed this year bids
Notice is hereby Riven that the ioilowfng
non. was > eally a surprise to hep ed in these columns last week, the
named settler bus filed notice of her intention
fair to make next season doubly
-land on the last day was a very to make tinal proof in support of her claim, nud
The young lady agrici Itural and horticultural die-j
that said proof will be made before the Register
creditable i n ■ and was most heartily and Receiver, at Burns Oregon, on November
interesting and a much greater
is, i.»o.», viz : Lena B. Harkey of Burns, Oregon.
sli .ws talent and took the part plate wire limited, but more could
applauded by the large crowd in at H. E. No. 11!M, fer the S-. SE'4, See
success. 'Die farmers will bring
" 'A ' , .Sec.
N W1! N W1See »3. T. 20 S . R 2*
like a professional
lb r friends and should hav been brought in
Again a misunderstand F . W. M.
larger and better displays in their
She names the following witne^es to prove j
are proud of her and w ill certain to exhibit Our farmers must be ing caused some of the stock en her
continuous residene” upon and cull• v»ition .
lines; the stockmen will be here
sui<l land, viz: John \V< rlow. Fred Rm me (
ly press her into service in future educated to «lies»- annual fairs it tered for premiums to be absent of
han I llarkoy,St-buy ler Whiting, all of Burns, '
with more tine animals fur the
in the amateur performances that seem ■ and when they finally realize from the review, otherwise it would Oregon
W m F arke . Register.
stock show, and the pavilion dis
that this as-ocistion is a perma
are always 1 feature here during
have been much better. The ladies
plays will be magnificent, for the
nent concern that will pay every
the w inter months. Atd.ila Bar
were particularly pleased with the
premium ».IT. red ami is not for the
ladies will see to it.
stock show and took a very lively
rett played the part of Kate Ver
purport) of no.king money for any
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
non in her usual good style and : 1.»dividual, they will take more in interest in the whole affair.
li very stable.
lates the Harney County Fair As
may concern, that the undersigneil was
As a severe snow storm 01 1 ues-
was word perfect in her lines. terest. The Times-Herald cannot
appointed oil the 23r»l »lay of September,
sociation upon its liist elfoit and
Miss Myrtle Hancock made her give much space lo this portion at day prevented any program at at),
19o5, duly ap;»ointe*l by the County
tommends the public spirit shown
debut in this piece as Emily Rad this time as it. was rather insignifi Saturday was an afternoon of par- are often frustrated by sudden Court of Harney County, Oregon, tbe
by the management in carrying
Administrator of the Kstate of Harrison
tidular interest with many ; mires
Miss Myrtle will make an cant. Thu ladies responded well
brc.ikdo'vn. due (o dyspepsia or con Kelley, deceased, and has duly qualified.
out the program in spite of ad
crowded one after another. ’1 he
actress if she gets over her “stage with art and fancy work. This
Brace up and take Dr. All persons having claims against said
banner crowd of the week was th re
promises to be one of the best fea
King’s New Life Pills. They take estate will present the same, duly veri
to participate and see. The I,and
tures next season as lhe ladies are
out the materials which are elog- fied and with proper vouchers, to said
gave some of the bust selections the
Administrator at his residence in the
MOId: CATTLE BUYERS HERE.
ging your energies, ami give you
Want Mall Route and 'Phone Line.
city of Burns, Oregon within six months
people have ever heard and was
The Times-Herald will insist on
and from the dale of this notice.
one of the very attractive features a new start Cure headaehe
J. T. .Sebree, of Caldwell ar
Frank Cawltield whs in tiro city 1 holding the fair during September
dizziness too At the city drug
Dated October 7, l!l"5.
of the week. The Times-Herald
rived here last Monday for the * few days thia week from his home or the first week in October next
J. W. G eabv ,
store; 25c., guaranteed.
takes this occasion to congratulate
purpose of buying cattle should on Rock Creek, one of the isolated season as the weather will be more
lhe band boys and to-assure them
he find the necessary number in Kranch-Glenu Co, ranches. Al favorable and the displays along
of the appreciation of the public.
pro|>er condition to be shipped. though Erank is a subscriber to the line of lhe produce, flowers, etc
Asitbi from lhe speed program
Mr. Sebree has had muih exper thia great religious he has not re
following special features caused
ience in tins line of business, hav ceived a copy all rummer an ac-
LEON M BSOWN. Cashier and Manager
vegetabl» s. etc that wero placed in
ing done nothing else for a num c iunt of no mail route He informs
The $20 cash prize offered by the
The Times-Herald that the people ■ the pavillion were frozen the second
ber of years. This, however, is
Malheur Mercantile Co for the
of ttint section desire a mail rot te | night of the fair and the apples,
his tirst visit to this place and was
best family driving bars was very
and would also subscribe most lil -
made more to become acquainted
ery were all withered and in 11 bad
(Continued on page thr. e)
erally toward a telephone line
with the people and look at the
The Likeyiew-I’luah stage cornea
country than lo purchase at this out some distance and Mr Caw-
fielil aHserts that a fifty-miln gap
In conversation with a repre would connect the mail route now
Mr». H ittie Haetie, r»‘«ently fron Illinois, would respectfully an
sentative of this great religious established, as well as a telephoto
Burns, Harney County, Oregon
nounce to the ladies of Harney County that she will open a 'orr-
weekly stated that he had always line when the line now being con
plete stock of first class Millinery goods ami notions about Nov. 1
in the Olli Tremont Hotel building. Harney, Oregon. She will
been discouraged from coming to structed by M I. Lewin baa . ......
have on exhibition the latest Fall ami Winter Hats as well as
I larney county lo buy cattle, his bey mi Stein*
various Novelties suitable to the season. Prices leasonable an
informants slating there were no people of Lake county are anxious
for such a connection i»n»i willl
stock for sale here. The gentle
meet us half way in both prop si-
ZxzExs. ZZattie ZEZastie.
man accompanied A Venator out
to look at several hundred head
That portion of the county is th"
of beef which the latter had pur
tuoal isolated section in the ('idled
chased and took them off his
Slates unit deserves better mall fac-1
■S We are now able to show you a larger and more
hands. Mr. Sebree wiil be here ililit-s It is to the interest of tlm .
complete stock than ever before. Our prices are
next season without fail and hopes business men of thia city to bring 1
as low as they can be sold. Our lines in
lo purchase several thousand head relief to the people residing there.
This land district now embraces I
J. I). Combs also asserted upon the entire territory and this basi-1
his arrival the first of the week uess alone would justify an effort to I
things out. We have also a new line of
is about lo move into its
th <t he would buy cattle, but the bring the people in closer touch
'I nes-1 lerald has not learned of
i AIR A COMPLETE SUCCESS condition before mao
JOHfl DEERE PLOWS
Harrows of £very Description |
In fact Farming Implements
In various Patterns, Sizes and Prices.
Doors, Windows, GI lss , Paints, Oil, Varnish, Etc
GEER & CUMMINS,
Harney Conntv Bank
FALL AND WINTER GOODS ARE NOW IN.
Oregon Forwarding Co.
been a very good one here for
cattie and there has been more
purchasers than for several years
Those who come (or
stock have secured them and it
h«s been choice stuff. They will
all come again with the result that
Married—Wednesday evening at
the home of C G Smith, in this city,;
Mr S A Mealey, of th s county, snd i
Miss Mary Kearney, of Iowa, if v
A B Minaker performed the cere
mony in the presence of a few inti
mate friends, Mr Mealey is one »if,
our prosperous young stockmen!
who has many friends to join The |
Tin»« s 11 er a bi in extending congrat
see the cattle
market up to Us former good
standard, and local men can again
make a fair prolit on their cattle
next season w ill
THE TOW X dock BENEFIT.
Missouri” last Saturday
night was all that Mr Bates of the
Bates Comedy Co recommended,
although a few more
would have made the production
more satisfactory to those taking
The receipts at the door PETITION FOR LIQVOK LICENSE.
amounted to $58 ami after paying ; To the Hon. County Court of Harney
expenses it left $22.50 for the
We, the undersigned l«‘g»l voters of !
town clock firrtc! after giving the
i t'euablo precinct, Harney county,!
company one half.
Oregou, >lo hareby petition your Honor-
The Films.Herald really ex : able Court, to graut a license to J. C.
pected a larger house. The Bates I I'eterman. to sell spirituous, malt ami
vinous liquors in less quantities than
Comedy C deserved it after its
- ue gallon in Peuablo precinct, Har
liberal offer to cut the receipts in ney county, Oregon, for a period of six
How< ver, there is no occa- months, as in duty bound we ever pray.
siu.1 to growl and it was the priv Robert Oilham
ilege of the people to attend or Frtd Allen
stay at home. The $22.50 has J M Ta.l r
been placed in the band making a Edw W Catlew
W A Monroe
total of $tjq.;o—still short of the C E Matliuix
necessary amount, but we are still J G Holoway
J H O’Connor
U ilh the exception of the one 1. C I’eterman
fault--hesitency in speaking the M M Donne
Notice is hereby given that on Mon
line» ■•tn Nl.ssouri" went well.
day, tbe 4th «lav of Dec . 1906, the un
Mr Bates in the leading part as
dersigueii will apply to the County
Jim Kadburn, gave a good ac Court of tbe state of Oregon for Harney
count of himself. The sacrifices county, for tbe license mentioned in the
he mad« on account of hi- love Foregoing petition.
Between frisch & Hunekau’s and old Macule liai!
Bologna and -
Beef in any
Your patronage solicited.
JOHN t.N Prop
I HE OVERLAND HOTEL
FRANK A. C01 I , I’ropL
First Class, Well
Centrally located, Well iarnl«li*.l UW«,
DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS
on Depot and Main streets where we will open tip an en
tire new stock of
LADIES’ RAIN COAIS, CLOAKS, JACKETS. (
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes.
Ladies’ and Gents Furnishings.
RAILS: Msals h ceiifs R«51 .tin,
Siug’e Beds 25 ctab.
Stop at ths OverUml
¡ he Largest and Most Complete Stock
Of drugs, medicines, druggists sundries,
pei fumes, stationery, books, school >up-
plies, etc., ever brought to Burns. T ’
finest wines and liquors for medicinal
purposes always on hand.
Agents for Any Periodical Publishd
YOLK DOCTOR’S PRESCRIPTION GIVEN SPECIAL ATI EMM
THF CITY DRUG STOR :.
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
that The B uster brown stockinc
15 A BOON io MOTHERS A m ® A SNAP
FOR UÄHTA Cf AUT -
BERNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
.mil »e do not intend to move a single piece of goods fioni the old
building, »3 to unload the immense stocks we are carrying, we fully
realiz that a great
t'XrrgD STATES LAND :>rri« K.
Bums. Or«*., October 19. I » .» I
Notice in hereby given that the following
named settler has Öle»! notier of his intvnron
to make prtMif in support of hut claim ami that
*ai»l proof will l»c made be torr the Regis:« r ut.d
Receiver at Burna. Oregon, oil Novel» bei 2S,
via Frank Cawltleld of Narrows, Oregon,
H F Nt». I »27, for the Lot I. Str. A. Lots ’ h ■!
4. >«“■ J7, T
8 . R. 31 K . W M
He names thr following wltnceses to prove
hi« continuous residence upon and cultivation
«4 »Mid lai.4. y is N«n< \ J. Simniot a of Bur1 a
1 oit-A’t n. Don Baker I>. .<li»erl t aw ¡field mid
Kdaard Anderson all of Narrows, Oregon.
Ww. F i kke , Keg ltd rr
Burns Meat Market
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
his purchasing any.
respectfully invite the public to «all on us and see our good-
and get our prices. We guarantee satisfaction. We are hero to
build up our business ami propose to do it with
must In- made, therefore we will for the next
i LOW PRICES-SQUARE DEALING
Carrj on a
o i ./ ///"
and the BARGAINS will be forthose who
Wc will be in our
New Building November first
and will then make display rooms of th«' buildings we are al ‘pre—
ent occupying at tbe “Old Stand” where there will always i»e some
. ne in attendance to show you our line of carriages and buggis and
I\RPETS, MATTINGS. »ALL PAPER. GO CARTS, MATTRESSES,
REFRIGERA1ORS. BUILDING and CARPET PAPER. ROOFING.
Our Stock is complete in Every Particular
See us first and get prices.
NEW AND ACCLRATE HAY SCALES
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN
Main St., Burns, Oregon
Bucks for Sale.
1 have a band of Thoroughbred Registered Rams, bred from
the Franco Ramboulette and Delaine stock. This stock is now ex
tensively used throughout Eastern Oregon 'and are giving satisfac
OREGON FORWARDING CO.
J. S. BARRETT, Manager.
special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
As mutton and wool producers the Ramboulette and L)»’'aine
Rams are unexcelled. Call on or address.
W. D. HUFFMAN, Burns, Oregon.
HORTON dt SAYER, Propts.
and Dressed Lumbe
nustic, Flooring, Moulding
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good
Lumber Yard in Burns.