The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, June 12, 1909, Image 2

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JULIAN It VII I) -
Atnnant
Thcro is an increasing demand
in this section for grain of all
kinds and The Timcs-IIorald
would remind our farmers that
there is no danger of an over
nroduction for the present, at
least
Mr. Hill says ho will not build
into Central Oregon. Col. Hola
bird said the other day that lie
had spread the maps and data on
the grass at Pelican lodgo last
summer and talked for hours to
Mr. Harriman about this country
and the latter doesn't seem in
any hurry either.
Judge Stephen A. Lowell is
booked to be one of the speakers
st the Development Congress
hero July 1 and 2. Ho will
speak on Land Monopoly. Col.
E. M. Heijrho. of the P. I. N.
railroad at Weiser and Ex-Secretary
of State Will P. Gibson of
Boise are also on the program.
J. J. Hill, the big railroad
builder said at a banquet in Port
land the other day that Central
Oregon should have a railroad
and if private capital wouldn't
build it it might bo advisable to
do it ourselves. He is not adverse
to the plan of state owned rail
roads under such conditions.
A meeting of tho Burns Com
mcrci&l Club is called for next
Tuesday evening at which time
no doubt definite arrangements
will be made for the Development
League program. Our citizens
should all take an active interest
in this matter regardless of
whether they are members of
the club or not. There will be
several prominent speakers here
to participate and we hope for
good results.
brand or a brand aimilar thereto,
except with tho written consent
of tho owner of tho brand so re
corded 84202 B. & C. Comp. Tho
defendant's brand for horses, as
claimed to have boon recorded
by him, consists of n loop resem
bling a horseshoe in Bhnpe, with
tho points eithor up or down, on
cither or both jaws. Also a sim
ilar loop or horseshoo with points
up and a Greek cross immediate
ly to tho right of it on cither hip.
Plaintiff's brand, as first record
ed, was for horses alone, and con
sists of a "Horseshoe, with bar
under, on one or both jaws, and
U horseshoo on one or both jaws."
In August, 1903, ho recorded his
brand again, including therein
ono for sheep, as well as horses.
In tho certificate of adoption he
states, that this brand for horses
is a Horseshoo Bar on cither or
both jaws, thus indicaticating
that it might boa horseshoo with
or without tho bar. Tho proper
ty in controversy in this action
is alleged by plaintiff in his com
plaint, to have been branded with
tho Horseshoo Bar brand, and it
was to prove ownership of tho
animals so branded that tho cer
tified conv of tho record of his
brand was offered in evidence
Li this regard there ts no con
flict between tho brand of plain
tiff and defendant. Tho defen
dant's brand for horses resem
bles a horseshoe, with points
eithor up or down, whilo that of
plaintiff is a horseshoo with open
end down and a bar immediately
under it They are, therefore,
in tVtis respect, at least, not the
same, and a conflict in some other
particular would bo immaterial
and not render the entire brand,
as recorded, ineffective, ns prima
fucie evidence of ownership of
animals branded with tho Horse
shoo Bar brand. "
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VAUMBLB SQUIRREL POISON,
Tho following vnlunblo method
of exterminating Ihoposlcy sauir
rol Is soul in by J. S. W, Smith
who resides on Fall croek: "I no
ticed In the last issue of tho Ea
gle Unit tho nqutrroh wore be
coming a post in different plncos
in tho county and if you will per
mit me space in y valuable
paper I will submit a fatal doso
which I think will prove effectivo
and exterminate tho post which
lias been so ruinous to growing
crops.
"Tako about n gallon nwl ii
half of oats and put thorn in a
can and v er with water. Put
them on a alow fire to boil and
pour in ono twenty-five cent
bottle of strychnine. Boil it nil
together until tho oat swell and
burst, mid stir them whilo cook
ing. When done take thorn off
and pour in about a quart of su
gar and stir it good. Allow it to
stand over night and tho next
day scatter it w that the squir
rels can iret it. Tlioy will eat
oats when they will not take any
other bait. I know that if this1
is followed tho extermination of
tho post will r'eault" Bluo Mt
Eagle.
Good vinegar for m by T. E.
Jenkins at tho Brewery, Money
back If pot bb represented,
Sore Wfiplti,
Any mothor who has had ox
porienco with this distressing ail
ment will bo pleased to know that
a euro may bo effected by apply
ing Chamborlnln's Salvo as soon
as tuo ciuiu is uono nursing.
Wipe it off with a soft cloth be
fore allowing tho bnuo to nurse.
Many trained nurses uso this
salvo with best results. For
sale by all good dealers.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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llu r in. Ott-ioii, Mar SO. IW I
Kiitlioli hereby nlven that TliomoiJ. Alien,
i.l iiiirnt, Orceon, wlui, on Myrcli IS, 1kh9,
limita I'ritvmiHlnn l)erltlorjr HUtemtnt No.
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Tm. ...hi., '.in Hiiiiili. Iljinio 34 Kail.
McMillan, tin Ml nmlce ul intention to mak
Mnal 1'ioof. to ralabllili claim to ma land
limeiincrlMd, botoro urn iieamor ami iia-
ai uurnB, urafuu, mi Hin eiu un in
rulter.
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claimant namfa a wllnwi
i...n Vn.iHr. nl Hilar. Orarnli. Walter II
I'arker, il liuim, Oreiron. Tl.omn J. Btilelili,
Hen (latefiuan.nouiui itiisr, umun.
Wm. rami. KegliUr,
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MICHAEL SCHENK
MERCHANT TAILORS
Satisfaction' Guaranteed
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIilNfi
I OR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
All orders receive prompt and careful attention
The Hem Tailors, McGec Bldg , Burns, Oregon
ON STREET LEADING TO COUUT HOUSE
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Mrs. Bert Hamilton is over
from Silver Creek on a visit to
relatives.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
PNITKIl BTATK8 I.ANI) OKKIOK.C'
liurlll. OrvKOIl, MarJC, iwn.ri
Notice la liamVir itUenlliat Chaildi Wllion,
oIlluriK.llrrcon, wtio.oii June 1. igo3ne4
lliimratiail Kutrr No liw Harlal No ClTIMor
rbltXee MTimnalilp at south. IliDfe rpKeit
Wlllamrllii Mo'l'llaii. haa fllad oollce ol IJttU'
lion In malt) dual Commutation l'ronf.tOM
1. 1. H. I. rUlin in tho lain) aboT deaorltxHj. of-
' furs llio ItMlita and Katelm-al llutai,
iijt'liou. u tiiaSMb iW ol Juna, lMv.
i cuimanl imniri a wlliiciict
i 1 Kiikoiio IllbUrU, fraoli lUaiiio. Atidiow
J, liwln all ot llurna, Oregon. Rata Klniar,
ol Natrowa, (Irrinu
Wm. rAiai, ltaditer.
SE33E
AN EASY WAV.
I have a
young men
who desire
without the
new plan for the
of Harney county
to marry and aro
necessary funds, so
I must impart tho glad good
news.
There is a young couple in a
small town in Harney county
and they want to marry, and
they haven't "got the price."
You know it tikes "spot" cash
to get married well, a very dear
friend thought of a lovely plnn
to help them along. So when a
man comes to town it really
doesn't matter whether he is
much acquainted with him or
not he tells them of this poor
couple's trouble and lays the case
before him in a very creditable
manner and asks financial aid,
of course, the fellow wants to
know how much will do, and he
thinks ten dollars will do, with
what other assistance he can get,
for he must have enough "spot"
cash for license and etc.
Now this fellow is certainly a
"plum good one" and if you
Harney county boys want any
help just call on him, and he will
help you out so you will need
not pitch hay for a month or so,
this is easier.
E. Z.
W. W. BROWN WINS SUIT.
The supremo court has recently
handed down a decision in the
case of W. W. Brown vs. W. Z.
Moss involving the ownership of
some horses. The case was tried
in'Lake county and decided in tho
circuit court in favor of Moss but
tho supreme court has reversed
tho lower court and remanded it
for trial.
This case is of more or less in
terest to stock men as it deals
with the legality of brands which
are of record. It seems the cir
cuit judge ruled out certifications
of record of Mr. Brown's brand
in adjoining counties and that
the brand was not legal in Lake
county on account of its similari
ty to the brand of Moss which
had been made of, record. The
supremo court holds that Brown's
brand was properly recorded and
a certified copy should have been
admitted as evidence, Tho de
cision says in part:
"The brand of plaintiff, as re
corded by him, was not the same
as that alleged to have been pre
viously recorded by defendant,
nor was it similar thorotcrwithin
tho meaning of tho statute Tho
law provides that when a brand
has been recorded in any coupty
no other person, company, or
corporation, can record tho same
A NUMBER 0" RACE HORSES HERE
Several head of running horses
and ono trotter arrived hero this
week for the July race meet and
it is understood several mares
will come in later.
Among those now quartered at
the fair grounds are: Baker
Bros, with Miss Novnjo, Carrie
Thatcher and Confederate, nil
runners; It. B. Baber has Ever
more and Patsy Brown, runners,
and Ellis A. a green trotting
stallion who has never been
marked. The Officer Bros, are
in charge of Ebol Thatcher,
Belle Griffon. Lady Barnato,
Tom Cain, a two-year-old, Jcru
sha, Maine, Master Wade Hamp
ton and Seventy. T. J. Arm
strong has John H., Brandy.
Primrose and Trump. R. Moore
has a two-year-old colt named
Ambergran. Tom Stephens is
also working some local colts.
Not many harness horses aro be
ing worked for tho July meet but
there will be a string for fair
week. It ecems there will be a
sufficient number to fill tho har
ness races in July, however.
Among those being jogged at this
time are: Chas. Johnson's Jim
mie, Dr. Denman's Twelfth
night and J. W. Biggs' The
Remitor. It is possible Frank
Cole may do something with his
handsome young stalh'on Harold
Welcome and M. F. Williams has
a very promising colt. Some
harness horses nre expected here
from Payette, Idaho, too.
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3S JarfeMal Sale-30 days
Beginning Monday, June 1409
M-inch Sulky PIowh. Regular Price,
16-inch
GO-looth 1-inch drag harrows "
Case disc harrows "
Hoosier single disc drills "
$ GO. 00
01.00
21.00
45.00
" 125.00
1' 140.00
30.00
32.50
75.00
wheels, 41.00
" 43.00
Now,
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Spring tooth harrows, 15 tooth,
i ip
5-foot Champ, mowors Heavy
9-foot " rakes, extra heavy
10-foot "
Evcvithing in Implements, I!uoijien, Open
lop Hacks at Reduced Prices
HARNEY COUNTY IMPLEMENT & HARDWARE. ZUJ
$ 50.00
51.00
1G.00
36.00
112,00
125.00
25.00
27.50
65.00
37.00
39.00
and
At The Welcome Pharmacy
You eau find tho beat oclectod and largoat oh
Bortinont of everything to bo found in an up-to-date
drug Htoro.
PRBSCRIPTION WORK
iBOur (speciality and wo liavo tho best equipped
laboratory in tho interior. flWe uso only tho
beet and purent of drugH and chomicals, and
our prices are right. Yours for business
The Welcome Pharmacy, Bums, Oregon.
HARDWARE
MACHINERY!
Binders' Supplies
Full Line of
EITII niMH PAPPP ird
ROOFING
CROCKERY. CHINA
AND GLASSWARE
GEER & CUMMINS
Burns, Oregon.
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Adam I'. II. (Ikoikik
W. T. I.BJITUl
Be a Booster-Keep Things Moving
We can mntch you with all kinds of trades. Drop in and
let us know what you have to trado or sell. We will do
your surveying or sell you fruit trees, shruhery or secdB
to make tho homo more beautiful ahd profitable.
If you have any wants come to us. We have the goods
ana can deliver tlicm.
Inland Empire Realty Co.
Burns, Oregon
IlARNi
To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
iwiiywn
A FARCE
The trial of William Hanley,
tho Hnrnoy County Btockman, for
the illegal fencing of government
land is an outrage with lots of
descripitive adjective beforo it.
Tho evidence showed that Hanley
purchased the land with the im
provements on it. Thcro had
been some government land in
cluded under the samo fences,
but there was nothing to show
that Hanley knew it included
government land.
It was shown that this fenco
was down in several places and
did not keep Btock in or out It
was shown that Hanley had ne
ver fenced a foot of government
land himself, or caused it to bo
done. Tho conditions aro tho
Bamo as when ho bought tho land.
Strain at a gnat and swallow a
camel, Lakeview Herald.
DEEDS NOW READY.
All persons holding receipts,
signed by any previous, city re
corder, for lots in tho Burns
cemetery and who have not re
ceived deeds for same, aro re
quested to present receipts to the
undersigned without unnecessary
delay and deeds for such lots
will be issued.
Platt T. Randall,
Recorder City of Burns.
76,000 ft first class dry lumber
in short longhts; also 2nd and 3rd
class from $0.00 to $12.00 per M.
Burns Milling Co.
BOOST HARNEY COUNTY
And the man Hint will give you tho host valuos for your
Moifoy. Call at
G.W. CLEVENGER'S STORE
And see what you save on tlu things enuinorated belew:
Sewing Machines, Pi
anos, Building Paper,
Wall Paper, Carpets
Rugs, Linoleum, Mat
ting, Art Squares,
Mattresses, Springs,
Hoofing, Trunks and
Valices, B a by Car
riages, Pictures, Por
tiere, Chamber Sets,
Upholstered Goods.
' 'oc Mar, ShuttloM and Bobbin for
ue In All MoUos of Sowing Machines.
SULKY
PLOW
rs
s
lOUNh'.JLU
Tho Statf h ono of the latest and best additions to tho famous
Ducre Lino of Ridlntf Plows. Is llcht in weight, simple
and duroblo in construction full of genulno merit,' and has
shown its mcttlo and utility in over? tost it has boen put to.
It has amply dumoustrntcd by its good work its right to ba
classed as a strictly up-to-date, high-class farm tool. It Is
certain to suit the most critical farmer and ba a money
makor and a labor-savor for him.
"If It's a Deere-Ifs Right"
and does its work perfect ease to tho operator and team.
It is manufactured and Bold as n tonguolcss plow a tongue
not being nccorsary to host results, but one is aupplled at
slight cost to those who pcrfer it that way. The Stag is tho
olmplout riding plow built, anyone who can hook up a team
and drive 'em oiraight can operate it successfully. It pos
sesses many superior features not found on Other plows,
and it tnkos a whole book to Illustrate and discribe them.
Hotter writo for it today and all the information you want
about thl3 superior implement.
C.H.V0EGTLY
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AT THE CITY DRUG STORE j
'J he place whcre.uoiilrcceive pure
Druntt and accurate service.
WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF
Cigarf, Tobaccocs, Candles,
Postal Cards and Statlonarg.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
Cive Ut. n Call and be PUaied.
j ItKED BROS., SUCCESSORS TO II. M. IIORTON.
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Burns Meat Market
New Sfeop'.Oppfljite lite First National Bank Main St.
Pork, Vici
Bologna atl
ljiver Sausa
Beef in
Qujuilil'.!
Yosrpatraa age solicited. H.J HANSEN, Propt,
MM-vwrc- xva
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m&Wim.'':
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:JS5S$SSJSSSSS5SSS
BURNS HOTEL BAR
DIBBLE & STEPHENS, Proprietors.
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
Club Rooms in Connection
Courteous nnd;Obiiging Bar Tenders
EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS DROP IN
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W5$S$
Centrally Located and Connected with Hotel Burns
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VENIN
Black Imported Percheron Stallion
Will stand at the Fair arounds, Season -1909
Single Service - - $10, Season - - SIS,
Return - - $17.50 Insure - - $20.
Season, opens .piU IB
UKNKY IlIOIIAKDSON, Bbckwabt.
J ML. B
The Standard Bred Stallion
PBOG-BE9S
Trial, 2;20
Will Stand the Season of 1909 at the
Elliott Barn, Burns, Oregon
Except on Sunday Afternoons and Mon
day Mornings when ho will be at Lawen.
.tsinn .,. KJ. .ijKn I. H.lii....nti fv.iu tiltm, Irt Itftmlfl hlffh. RlrAd
by niat)lii,lM0l ulruolRlr Allwtfi 3s03tf BlrJ'John H 2:04f; Clipper 3;00j
IJIUUOIIIH ;o,U u uiiwrB in irniiiiiitv,iiu .....-. . .......
nomimber Mu, by Wuldslcln, 1HW17.
Ilerlli, Rrmulmotliur of Prpgruw, In the mother ol 10 colli nil Id tho Hit. The
Limit, hor lth colt wuh fold un iv green pftcor ot 110,000. In hli threeear-old
form ho mmlu n rucoul o(2il0.
Terms: $15, $20, $25
GEO. D. HAQEY, Burns, Oregon.
TWELFTH NIGHT, No. 41906
Trinl 3, 2:12 3-1
Blrotlby Onward UV.Wf , thoirofl0Slii tho lint mom thnn any other horso
evorfoalod. Oraml Biro, t'orBo Wllkcn 3 si.'. Dam, MIh Win 2.08i! her hln
J, J, Audubon, Hired by Alcyoiw, hu bylOeoruo Wllkoi, giving Twelllh Night
a double cross of Wllken iiml ono f the strooiieet bred trottort living.
Individually, hu Is a rlioiinui 16 11-10 hnndi hlub, weight 1200 lb. He line
clean, llatllinba and hi Rot ehoB well. A number ol lila undeveloped S-year-old
colli told at Auutlon In Chicago averaging 221 tacli.
TWELFTH NIGHT will stand the season of IW at
Tk Fair Arounds la Burns, Monday, Tuesdays, Wotatfsys wi Ttarstys
Lawen oa Fridays and Satardays
rFZHIHS $25.00 to I3TB"CT23a
For further particulars cv.U on or address
II. DENMAN. Harriman, Ore. J. L. CRAWFORD, Burna Or.
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5Zy.il, ,3 itt-$f" WT'
The Most Popular House in Interior Ore
NEATLYIFURNISH2D--ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
Headquarters for Traveling Men and Touj
AgelarJRacine Manager, L. Racine, Propt., Burns,
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
HENDERSON ELLIOTT, Propt.
Special attention 'w
rzt.
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to transcicnt custom an
'"$ ffoisiht teams.
JTn..na .., 7... H. rlni
t " T JilH W iV(JV Ujf I III llH
xr" ,v week or month.
KlS'-iQ-l ZK:Y ...J
2 HfiST CLASS LIVERY Tl'RSOlB
Ha and grain alicam
uii hand.
WMTA
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aisits .limit' a'-i
Your pntronugH Koltci I
Houth Main St, Hums. On-K
Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
IN CONNECTION WITU BARN.
Jfot a tt
BURNS MILLING C
NORTON & SAYER, Propts
Rough and Dressed Lumbi
Rustic, Flooring, tViouidm;
Finishing Lumber.
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good .
Lumber Yard in Bums
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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
CLEANINQ AND PRGSSINU
ALI
RKASOSI
A. SCHENK
Merchant Tailor
I have on hand at all Times the most up-to-date.
line of cioth in the city of Burns
Alt Work tiuarantel
BURNS, OR
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