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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1905)
professional cards .
w. E. HUSTON
Java of each month at 11 a. tn.
Hardened levers of harness
'i p m. habbatb school at
racing will be moved to uriti at
a. . every Sabbath morning.
| the thought of a great ir
•put in eac h ear,
EM:BtR 9, 1N6.
M Mf Mrnain
stallion like Creaceus sell
at the Baptist left D stifl«:
Pre uebifig ser
each rar With
d 2nd Sundays, in Varitu
paltry $21,000. It is only two or churu
Bt HMCJUmuN KAT Ko
LF «nt rigiit h
euing Sunday drrbit
three year» since he was making
. ..................... J «
cattle, bar ‘ : 1. on
very Thursday ear, uu«lrr •1O|H
1 which still hold good
U Elliott , Bur ii hurst B. 114 combined on ’.efl I
or i. .11 pn ach at »title: catt
ti reft fiiuv; mark, umkrbit iu I
[good old days forever passed,
it in hall lower part lopped«
right ear. '
— — Naaa<er
1 ft LI AM M 1 Kb
bird Sundav of duWu
e of bead.
when champion trotters com
het MS, SJ on leftabuuMer;
' i. ■ m
a ml at Van the 4tl> Sun- . t aft.r, nJ vt; !• ,' hip;
iE ALSO HAS A LINE Or
mark, crop aud under [
manded prices on a par with
Thu is a utilitarian age. and those paid for the kings of ti e !.iy until furlh'-r notice.— Rev. A. ■ C J Joanat n, RH ’, uuderblt
cattle, O Lar on left nip: '
| murks, swalluw for in right car, spzit iu left.
li. Mmaker. Pastor,
even pleasures are being turned tuif ?
I W B Juhufiun, (a? Ie, J K combined on leit hip;
' mark, crop off righl ear, two apiitfi and under )
half crop in left.
to practical uses, says the Com
Think of the- figure-, at which
I VV A « ai.ipbell, Narrow«, horst»,NC Combined i
on left fih »ufdet. cuttle, bar N'« combined on ‘
A Nebraska farmer,
I left .’liuuider; mark, upper haif crop iu left ear. .
John Buoy. Burt.«, hurrea.2Bou left shoulder; i
living near Hastings, owns an
rattle, .1. on right bip or Bide, mark, crop oli
Alto! Even the mare Sunol soid
car, hole in right.
automobile and is an enthusiastic
■ Mrs I N Hushvt, Wurm Spring?*, cattle, ear
Thirteen years ago
I luck 01. left Bi'lej, mark. Mattle under chin.
CHSLDRSN S CLOTHING.
lover of what the initiated call J Malcolm Forbes, the Boston
: John Hipsman, Burx>«, horses, OJ on the left '
i shoulder; catile, UJ on right side; mark, split in
of Fresh Vegetables in Season
left ear, two underbits in right.
the “buzz wagon.” But he ha* millionaire, paid :pi 25,000 foi
A. M. Crawford. 1 i .’«in King, Burns, cattle, 87 on left hip; mark '
E < 'hambtriain. 1 crop and uuderbit iu each ear, wattle on left
discovered that the auto is good Arion,
whose best recoid
F. I . Dunbar. I 1 jaw
A-Kali, Egli, horary, -E on kit stifle: cattle, .F I
for other things than riding 2 :o7 3'4- Three yeai- ,-.iida r
J. II. Ackerman.
un rignt hip; mark, upper half crop oil right ear. i
good Nebraska Axtell (2:12) h i«l brought 7-1' 5,
J W Biggs, Burns, horses, OR on left »rille.
. R. S. Beau.
ii B Simmons, Narrows, horses,Till.c
<><>o. To be sure, E E. Smalhi-i-
.5 c. Wolverton I binedon left stitle; « aitle, circle U on h
J tod g
’ F. A. Moore
Imuik, •- j <-i» ........ .
half <rop in left •
He has other things to do, and gave, $40,000 for the gelding
«lerbit iu right, dewlap under throat.
he has hitched his “wagon” to Maj..1 Delmar, and la..l year W
«¡co E. Davis
J«»el H Howard, Burns, horses, bur 11
J W McCulloch • «title;« attic, «amc on left hip; mark, crop oil
several things the chief one being Simp»«.11 $50,000 for M, Kinney •
....... CH Leonaxl I left nr.bpHt in right.
I W 1» Harney, Burn«, h<>rse«, bell A «.ui left stifle
the washing mat hine. He jacks But that only makes the price
Mjrt meeifi the Third Moi.day in , split
hip: murk, crop ol
eft «ame un left
allow fUIk in I. ; I
up the rear wheels ot «be auto, paid for Crest’> u», the conqi.e ■ r
hip: mark,swailu a fuikiiiixitl
.1 « Cieasman. Burn«, cattle, J Y eoinbin
attaches a licit to one wheel and on so many tracks, look the
left «ide ur hip; murk, crop anti «lit iu right eur
audslit in left
runs it over a pulley on the family smaller. The truth of the matter
I. 1. Clara, Narrows, horses, bar U on the left
is, the public has lost intert s> in
C. If. vocgtly, l-’uii.«, burses brniultd t'V on
left fiiiutii« er
the hotter. Asa racing machine
> : /■
E C Buikicy,
cattle, I: on : ii hip un«
light rii «: murk, “mooih « rop in vic h eui, bed
he tali» to arouse the enlhu-ia- n
wattle; horse«,-II ‘M. led grille
The wliii of the
of former dav s
Er««l ouk< 1111.111. Rile), hotbc Lruntl bar I-
either left «¡boulder to M;n!«.» Y .1 f J Linking
sounds good in hm
loop beluw Y i name place <>r on kit jaw; cattle
bar Eon left «hoiihit-r or ribs; mu'k two under
imagines he i» traveling at a live
bits in left und <ie in light; aiBo i wo underbill
Alfalfa at Get r it Cummin*
iu each car
ly rate. In the meantime the
Darst & W olden berg Jr.. Bums, «aitle three
angles on right hip; murk crop ott each ear;
good wife »its m the rocking
horse« same brand oil right stifle.
HAKNkV I'. ». LAND orric«:
Geo 8bawr, Burns, cattle brand <i 8 ou right
chair and wat.hes the washing
Win Far re hip; earmarks ««juare Crop in both ettrs with
in left, also « rop aud underbit iu right
., ...........AW Gowan
machine getting in its work.
und upper hull crop in left; nurses G Son right
< 1TV.- BURNH*
health from on« extreme of faddi-u.
It does not take the American
H Kelley, Burns, jiorse brand circle A, also F
l)r J. W. Gearv.
to another, when if they would only koeordcr,
on left Stille; also K on left shoulder.
H W Miller
people long to utilize anything
F 8 Miller, Burns, horses, dumb-bell oil
eat gisid food, mid keep their MnraltMl,
J W bevedge stifle; < at'le huiuc on left hip.
that comes along. The pleasure
W M 8tuari, Burns, cattle, 7 I. on right
bowels regular with Dr. King’s
H E McPheetcrs
mark underhit In tight ear, dewlud on brisket
«'on ncilnien ;
> .1 (: Foley
contrivances of yesterday are the New Life pills, their troubles
home brand 7 I, on left stifle.
| Simon Lewiw,
(G W Clevenger | F <« Blume A Son, Burns, rattlo >r oil ief. hip
utilities of today.
would nil pass away. Prompt re
I mark, crop in left under half crop in right.
attorney at law .
Office first door west of Bank.
PARRISH &. REMBOLD,
Burns (anil Canvon City.) Oregon.
Wh at may be termed a flank
ing movenent in the catalogue
house campaign is reported from
Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
a town in Illinois. The mer
SO p. In.
month at Ila. tn. and
chants in that town are thorough
Sabbath school every nab bath at 2
ly organized and adopt .systema p. ni.
tic methods of obtaining ^he
Sunday school at
name* of the patrons of the mad
first Sunday of each
older houses, paying indeed, it is
o'clock a in. On the
said, the draymen who deliver and fourth Sunday of each month
the goods for furnishing them at 3 o'clock p m Preaching ser
this information. The customers vice .very second Sunday at <8 p m.
of the catalogue houses thus
At the Presbyterian church
known to all the merchants of the Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor.
town are refused credit in the Devine services the third and fourtl
stores, no matter how good their
financial standing may be, and
when they have butter and eggs
or other produce to sell they are
politely told to send them to
Chicago The Iron Age
DeWitt’s » Salve
BULLS FOR SALE
\ ea rlirsgs and Iwo-Year-Olds in
Quantities to Suit.
Locomotives 75 years ago had
no whistles.. The engineer kepi
by his side a tin horn, which be
blew before curves and danger
But the noise
In 1833 an English f.iimei’s
cart was 1 un down on the way to
market, and 1,000 eggs, i»o
pounds of butter, two horses and
a man were lumped in one great
omelet on the rails.
The railway had to pay tne
da cages. The president sent for
George Stevenson and said,
“Our engineers can't blow then
h ins loud enough to clear the
tracks ahead. Vou have nude
your steam do so much—w it
don't you make it blow .1 g<>, d
loud horn for usr”
Stevenson pondered. An idea
came to him. He visited a musi
cal insliumenl maker and had
constructed .1 horn that gave a
horrible screech when blown by
’•ireful attention given to Collec
tions and Real Estate matters.
O regon .
B urns .
I <S: a
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
B urns ,
Colleccioii», l-aii'i Inline ». »ml
Ertati mullir promt llv attilli«« >1 to
■¡eneral Pra< lice of Medicine and Special
Office and residence, Co . Main & B Sts.
’Phone Main 71.
8. w. MILLER,
DR. M. J. CFRDES.
W. J. COLEMAN,
B urns ,
MARSDEN & GEBRY.
Physicians and Surgeons.
customers with the usual
I am prepared to furnish iny
to call when desiring
high class goods and invite the
Office al residence.
¡¿¡3^ ' Phom No. £0
IN MY LINE.
/ Guarantee the Goods and Prices
H. S. Brownton
Solid Gold Watches, l ancy Clocks, Jewelry of all kinds,
Silverware, Ebonyw ire, Cut Glass. Handpainted China at
Cost, Take a peep at my windows.
Office first door cast of The Citizens Bank.
7 a. ni.
Teiii-d i y
B urns , O regon .
Don’t Overlook the
Office upstairs in Voegtly Building.
Special Inducements Offered
JE j ITLO.
We carry a comp- b-bnu and at ¿-rice that would aurpNRe you. Mail
orders promptly ;.ten«l d to.—Describe what you « ant and we are sure
we can please you.
, “.Hn” J. H. LARI E Y, Ontario, Oregon.
Largest More Between Portland and Buis .
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, LOO F.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday
;■ V »r
C. A. Byrd, N. ft.
F. O. Ja< ¿bon, Secretary.
BURNS LODGE NO. 97, A. F. A M..
Mceiu every Saturday evening in Mneouia
C. I’llliuuilm, W. M.
W . C. McKinney, Secretary.
THE BURNS HOTEL
H. E. THOMPSON, Prop?.
Reasonable fxatc , t ood Clean Meals, Comfortable
Rooms, Courteous Treatn ent.
FIRST ( LASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR
Your Patronage Solicited,
INLAND LODGE NO. 70 K. of P.
Meet« every Thursday evening in the Brow«
H. M. Hortou, C. C.
M ’ Brown,
K. . R. S.
BURNS LODGE No. 47 A.O.U. W.
Mceia every second and fourth Fridav
A. C. Welcome, li. W.
• N. < o< hran, Recorder.
ORDER OF WASA1NGTON.
Meetn «very flrat anil third Friday, In Brown
• 1 ...
1 carl v uigauiore, Secretary.
A. 1. I
Gen. Pass. Ar t. I -i
A. L. MOULE”, I i'sid
Forest Re:? e Scrip
For S -ie
’ r sett nl «£'
Forest res rve ri|
acres ami upward, r :y . -r i; ioi>H
use and guaranteed.
Will buy soldier- '
. aun Ma*
for services in all I
ican anil War < : I i
H. B. C ompson
BURNS CHAPTER NO. 4«, o. E. 8.
w::rdrt«îb.Mt;” w’t *"
Marie i nriwiiter, Secretary.
«Iß MARQUflM BL PG
SYLVIA REBEKAH DEGREE No..3.
Meetsevery let and 3d Wednesday
K Alice King. Re«,
50 tí AR»'
hakney valley camp No. stu, w . oijw.
Keels every first aiul second Tuesday,
w » /”
, , 5 ■ W- McClain, Com.
W.A. Gowan, Clerk.
Houses receive the best of
TULE CIRCLE No. 165. W. of W.
Meets every fourtl, Tuesday.
Mart! . Dali,..,. B.M.
T r ;
quickly ascertain <
invention Is i «
Uo.ifi tnrtly« •
sent free, c: 1>'£ i
Patents taken ’
tpt-rlal notice, v 1
.1 .V dhtt •'
A handiumelv 1
eolation of am -
«ear: four mo
from experienced hands.
Elegan’ Flew livery turnouts,
□ting Parties Accommodated
Horses Bought and Sold.
JOHN GEM BERLINO
bine Watch R.rpairinii A
1:20 a tn
... Represents the....
Heme Insu-ance Co., of New York
Liveipool, London & Globe,
Fire Assurance Co , Philadelphia
Price, 50c and $1.00
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
6 a. in.
to those in the interior who take the trouble to come to us for anything
they need in the
NEW DISCOVERY I
AND 6CLD BY
L. E. Hibbard
W. C. BROWN,
"For innny years I have been a con
stant sufferer from neuralgia, and
headache, and have never been able
to obtain anv relief from various
headache powders and cap?’lies, until
1 tried Pr. Miles' Anti I'.iln I’Uls.
They always cure my head.«- . e tn rive
minutes time" FREI' R SXVINGIEY,
Cashier 1st Nat. Rank, a ;.»
M e«- Afrt
FIB* are so: i by
your druggist who will guarantee that
tfve first package wilt benefit.
falls he wll return your money.
25 dotes. 25 cents. Never sold In bulk.
Hibbard & Brownton,
D entists .
K“ L7.1 ’Tilt IXITO
8 p. m.
Ex Sun i’
10 p. 11
stop your Lung: Irritation, relieve your Sore Throat
and drive out your Chronic Cold, with th a only cer
tain, and striotly scientific, Cure for Coughs and Colds;
Almost in Despair.
•‘Our little daughter was given up by two physicians
with consumption of the throat, and we were almost
in despair, when our druggist recommended Dr. King’s
New Discovery. After taking four bottles she was
perfectly cured and has had no throat trouble since,”
—GEO. A. EYLER, Cumberland, Md.
W. L. MABSIfEN,
Cure Your Cough
OCE iX and P ■
O regon .
Main St., Burns/Oregon.
. ■ |
Vi . lth, Oiinilia, KruJ
mis City, St Li.uii!
Chicago <1 r.<t. 1
ollie« in Citizens Bank Building.
LÜJU IS & McGEE, Propts.
All pain in any disease is
nerve pain, the result of a tur
bulent condition of the nerves.
darting, burning, agonizing
pain that comes from the prom
inent nerve branches, or sen
sory nerves, is neuralgia, and
is the “big brother” of all the
Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Fills
rarely ever fail to relieve these
pains by soothing these larger
nerves, and restoring their
Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Pills
leave no bad after-effects, and
are a reliable remedy for every
kind of pain, such as headache,
backache, stomachache, sciat
ica. rheumatism and neuralgia.
They also relieve Dizziness,
Car-Sickness, and Distre-s af
Sult l. .s i
sas City, St Loiin
ChiuH.o and East, f
St. Paul Wall. W-.ua I.
Est M ai ton, Spo
1 45 ¡apolis. St. Pinr,
lutli Milwu ii
engu : nd East.
Stenographer and Notary Public
FRENCHGLENN LIVE STOCK CO.
L. Woldenb.-rg Jr , Apt-r.t,
Afro UN EV- AT—LA W,
Tliv bulla can be seen at the “P” Ranch, and persons desiring
•t» purchase should inquire tht-re of F. II Howell, Assistant to
the General Manager, who will furnish information a- to prices
and will sell the same.
Aill rractli'f in the courtB of Harney »nA
rant eèuntie» sud in the aupreme court ol thu
■ atul ala.i in U. H. lainl office.
wattle on le,t jaw; horses, 51 on leit stifle.
M Fenwick, Burns, horses, double dot vertic
al bar on left shoulder, cat’lr, Lon right hip
■ >1 ■ marks, two underbns in each ear; alto bom
I rmiilm! bar T un right ribs; earmark, unde
half crop in left ear.
J II Bun\a- I. Burn«, cattle, 7 on left hip; ear
marks, crop oil left ear, swallow fork iu right.
I P Withers, Harney, horses, combined TJP
<in left shoulder; cuttle, halt ciiclc cross on
eiiher hip earmarks, upperbit hi right ear,un-
derbit in let:.
Martin Bros.. Bums, cattle, double dot hori
zonlal bat un either hip: earmarks, upperbit in
right ear, swallow fork in left, wattle on right
jaw; also some branded cir< le N on right side
O L Shlngledceker. Burn«, horses, 5 on lei
shoulder; cattle, 5 on right side and hip; ear
marks, crop oil right ear, crop and under half
crop off left.
Er« d Deiistedt, Burns, horacs, FD on the left
W anted T rustworthy men and
shoulder; « attic FD on left side; earmark, un
der half crop in each ear.
a ’ omen to truvil and advertise for old
It J Williams, Rile), horses, CB on the left jstabiished house of »olid fincania)
shoulder; catile, CB on left hip: earmarks, crop
Salary $780 a year and ex
oil lcii ear, under half crop oil right, wattle un standing.
>ler chin; h I no cattle braixic«! SH, crop and un penses, all payable ill cash. No caivas-
J» i bit in left car, under halt < r«»p in right; also
uttie ,JT on left ribs, crop and split in left ear, sing required Give references and en
under half crop in right.
close self addressed stamped enve'ope.
II il Elliott, Narrows, horses. Th combined ott
i ft «title; cattle Th combined on left hip; ear Address Manager, 355 Caxton Bldg
mark, upper slope on each ear. wattle on chin Chicago.
amt bell collar.
Sylvester Smith, Narrows, horses, HSon right
leg; « attic V bar, earmark, under half crop and
short over slope iu each ear jug h a nd le ami
P «• smith, Burns, horses, «quarter circle 8 on
:.:bi bin«! 1< and left shoulder; cattle, <|uarter
Out new book untilie*! ■* 40 M oney
■ ‘rclcs on cither hip; earmarg, crop off right
i fir, split in under «hie of left; two dewlaps.
M aking I deas is v. nil it» w< i ,i.t in
A E Young, Bum. , horses, Y on left leg ami gold to every ui.m who wunt» to start a
J •< contie« ted on rigid shoulder, also boot on
h it shoulder: « nttle, QH'king chair on left hip; legitimate, paying mail order Lusiness.
iiummk, fight «ardroupe«! down, left eutskip-
inu too >i.<ls head on upper snle; wait Icon lef It tell» vou what to do and how to do
side of ueck; all animal» dehorned
it successfully. Send ns 50c today
«' P Rutherford, Burns, cattle, t.ar 2 on left
side, < armark, under half crop rigid ear; horses aud we will send you the book, and a
bar 2 on left shoulder.
valuable met th v loa eat in vcai free
Thus Wingtirlii, Burns, horses,® (chainlink)
C enturv l*i Bi.isui' vX.
• u k it shoulder; cattle, same onjeft side; mark
ll ER IN ,A'
<*rop off left ear, short overslupe in rigid.
JoliH t raddock. Silvies, horse«, 8-8 on the left
wlioulih r; cattle, 8 8 on right side; mark, crop
olt right ear, swh II ow fork iu left, dewlap on
• ' iSiv l.
W E Smith, Burns, cattle, XI on right side:
mark, split in right ear, wattle un nose.
«• Hudspeth, Burns, cattle, scissors on right
hi !, ; J.-u• k, < iop mni i-plit in *•«<•!» ciu.
For Piles, Burns, Sores.
E PSylvester, Burns, cattle C on left hip.
Roy McGee, Burns, cattle AD connected left
hip, mark crop off left upper bit in tight ear:
horses, same left shoulder.
J H Anderson, Monuincut, « attic a right side
I and hip: horses X right stifle.
J P Farrc, Burns, cattle JP connected, spear-
heutl with bar under on left hip, mark uppe.
half crop in < at h ear; horses same brand on left
W 11 Ma Uh Id. Binns «attic, EX either bin or
«¡«le. mark crop ami split in left car under 31ope
in right: horses EX left shoulder.
J W Shown Harney, cuttie US ]eft’rhlp mark
crop ami two splits in rignt ear: horses U8 left
D H smyth, Smith, cattle triangle, bar 4, 1IB
conneeteti, C( any place; horses same.
Frank Matney, Burns, cattle, quarter circle
Diamond on either hip; mark, under half crop
in left, crop and uuderbit in right: horses same
on left hind leg.
F. Crowley, Lawen, cattle FC on left hip; ear
mark crop und split in left hole in H ht; horse
(' on left Btille.
The only thr >■
transfer route .
Practice in all the courts of Ore. good enti: ■ -L
Collections promptly made.
i cier lemens, Bnrnn, horsee, PC on leftist I
I!?; cattie Name on either hip; ea i markw crop
ami Npiit in left » ar, «wallow fork aiwtaquare
under bit iu right.
GIVE HhV! A CALL
Biggs & Biggs
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
Hats, Shirts, Clothing,
Meetings of the Council every Secund anti
Fourth Wedncs lay.
Leayes Burna d
at 6:30 a m. Arri
lv from Ontari » at
Tropical and Domestic
Fruits when in Reason.
lief und quick cure fur liver and
It I had a son who was deter stomach trouble. 25c nt the City
mine«! to “play the rates” 1 should Drug .Store, guaranteed.
hope that he would lose his last
A WONDERFUL INVENTION.
nickel and have to walk home
after his fir»t attendance.
It is intrresting to note that for
If 1 had a daughter who played tunes are frequently mado by tlm
the piano in the sitting l oom while invention of urticles of minor iin-
her old mother did the work in portsnee. Mirny of the more pop
the kitchen I should hope that 1 ular devices are those designed to
might find an oak shingle and be benefit people and meet pogular
ccnditioiu, and one of the most in
given the grace to use it.
It ever I were to catch myaelf teresting of these tlintlus- ever bten
being a» mean and small as some invented is thd Dr. While Electric
men 1 know and I may 1 hope Comb, patented Jan. 1, ’’.)!) These
wonderful Combs |H,sitively cure
that I should hope, tor the bene
dandruff, hair foiling out, sick anil
fit of the world, that the Angel
[ nervous headaches, and when used
Gabriel would toot his horn for
with Dr. White’s Electric Hair
me very »000.
| Brush are positively guaranteed
If ever I knowingly vote for a to uiuke straight hair curly in 2o
scoundrel because he represents days lime. Thousand» of th« >
my party I hope that 1 may iiave electlic combs have been sold in
the privilege of going to a school the various cities of the Union, and
where the elements of decency the demand is constantly increas
ing. Our agents are rupi llv be
rich Helling these comb
if my wife should prove to be
»«1! on sight. 8« >
irascible at times—but 1 don’t
I for sample. Mun's size 35c, ladit -
admit it—I should hope that 1
oOc — (half price while we are in-
would remember the sort of luck
i trocueing them.) The Dr. White
the |M>or girl played in when she
The Dr. White Electric Cond> Co.,
married ma. San Francisc o Call. i Decatur, III.
OFFICE WITH uns & BIOOS.
Bu ns, Oregon.
L'o.ner ouih f Lunaburg & Dalton’s.
■ :u.l I» J
Stock Inspector, Harney CoMty.
in Pl ties :
drant Tl1(,n,| M,n
...................... .. .
R 5• 1U.............................. Venator
K. A. Smith ..
Archie MeGowa,,........................... BBrng
arties intending to move stock should
give the lusjxictor or nearest deputy ten
' ’Fs, zoco»«