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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1911)
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Let us take your measure for a
TAILOR MADE SUIT
They are cheaper of you consider
quality, iccaring and style.
Come in and inspect our season
able line of fabrics
Eiwjthifl? to t for Peffc Cart
SCHENK & WILLIAMS
Only High Class Tailoring
Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg.
minute, such bulm water ud arte uttnor lw influential x Verdict m for of fcr
as such disinfectant to contain m in redoctnjr the cost of hnnjr. ini JL c A,.
solution. 1 pound of concentrated wiH be of the pfem substantial . S. jowl nrop-potatedialevwTtpsJ-
this that constitute the na- hn KJiSj.
lonsof water, j Uoa's defdence. "' W SrV
RuleS as ameaded: An tree. I "Soawtimes I hear people kiapb v!lLrS. C
plant, grafts, bods or scions what w talk about predean W. T. nfr" rinllJ
jrrown in the state of Orejroo i iced enough for the northwest in Kf?-Accounting. wmm
and offered for sale within the1 the great rgion known as inter- on f0"?- ,. w
state, and all sues tree, plants, j ior Oreaen: bot the tiae is near Sophia BurknurtK vs
- ki. .v. .,nii t WmI vhm the born wilt turn mas - Injunction.
of the state of On .on. and sold 'to rasfMCt We hare the kind, scire uuunetwi Woo.
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prn rwm ! i w iMBniiiir h n wmmm m m . a abk & i uuav t v.
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Motion to dia-.'
CLEANING AND PRESSING
er he will reap the benefit of this
- rapidly growing territor"-
i w i. -n i Umi -Ontt ttue. snnuina
SB'S wpifnr lau BwVW aWVa W" V j"- -v
are getting the fmndehin and on answer. . I
aaoprt of the ureat outside de- R. L. GHIiaufe vs CJ. Robert
Tcsopsacnt tatevesfe. It doesn't son ft al-Srewoc performance,
take any prophet to predict that To be argued a soon aa jury,
ife big time in central Oregon work is over. ,
bacooaae" PLSCtwW. V.CXRi
CIRCUIT OHOT PROCEEDINGS. on former order. I
W. a Huffman vs W. H. Jioivv ,
tWiitm it - rlmfit mmA Andrew Stone-Injunction.
shall be ased. The cyanide of jcourt hasfe a busy oe& TheDefaolt for want tf anawer and
tpotassram shall be placed in aa'bwt jury trial of the terra k bo-'decree.
earthenware vessel, the water -inr tried t&dar and court wfll 0. H. Lwpman vs wr reu.
poured orer the said cyanide of likely adjourn this eranfog or. win- Foreclosure.
potassium, afterward adding the, Monday moraine. The easos so decree.
nropajration. shall be dwmtectec
either with hrdrocaaic acid a
foikiw?: Said trees, psanta, cut
be corered with aa air tight box
or b-:oc. and for each and every
100 oil v. feet of space therein
jone ounce ol cnemieaiiy pure
.cyanide et nmasaiiim 98 per
I cent ). one fluid ounce of sulphuric
acid and two ounces of water
SAnrxkAT. ot-Toaaa m. mi
'" I H"ARla TO FKUTT OEtLERS.
sulphuric acid, when the box or t far considered are:
house must be unmediabHely
dosed tightly and allowed, to re-(
Editor The Times-Herald: Will
you kindly give space to the fol
lowing rules so that venders and
sellers of fruit and fruit trees in
Harney county mar know what
to exueet if same are violated.
A man interested has suggest- ! j assuredly will have these
ed a plan to rid the country of
the rabbit pest It has been
found that poisoned hay is most
effective and it is suggested that;
svrmle Ka Vitvtlf- in mnMlt ttAi.
mam aoseu ior wx less wan Roje gye and Carl Syme. mia
forty minutes. Or instead of such oj y? Symt vs H. M.
lURUgaoonoi suen trees, ooos, Horton Recovery of money.
or scjoos may be dipped in a Jury returned verdict in favor of
standard niution of lime and sol- nfauntin'. Br concent ( councfl
phurof the strength required for !&,,( allowed 90 days to file!
winter use m spraying San Jose;bu1 of exceptiofts.
scale, ADA GCORGS. ! EDa Schuhx vs C. M. KeBogg
damage. Settled and dauss-
DuumC .QntsCfnritdTar-U Ox
DlUWli v? w w-wws j a
i nwpy pm rpcr-
position to make youa'lS
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A 1 I . fc- W.lfeWa.
'lnw nt n .' i nn i; nmi - . ?fr,nw",
any Mv... w.illcu ftattia
a j, oaatiicuij n ui itac unzv -
rules carried out to their full in- M Sto? P Of9 a s- Pl -
Charles V. Reed
tent and if nv are hard hit thev .
have only themselves to Maine. "We are going to spread on the ' Smyth - Ejectment
Rule 5 of the State Board of table of the northwest the corned j without prejudice.
Herticulture: Fruit of any kind j na caooajre. tae nam.i Bbtaea Vauey Land to. vs n.
imnm in nv mrMi wntrv. or potatoes and Dread ot central u. rTissiev-Lfasnusseaonmouwi
tions where a portion of poisoned nv nt th : nr tpm'tiiri. ' Oregon, said J. E. SawhilL sec- of
hay mav be placed and kept from found infected with any insect ! SSJment leaS.'
' reUry of
stock. During this process and insects, or with anv fnncL
in connection with it some rabbits blieht or other disease injurious
should be trapped and inoculated, to fruit or fruit trees, or other! with others.
With the entire country
Emma Miller vs Geo. S. Miller
tBertMiOeraad Harney Counts
Arial reporter ordered intake tes
timony. C C Lundy vs Corda Lund
Drforce. Referred to onVial re
J. W. Shown vs Joseph Clark
ni the Oreson Western Coloni-
aation Co-Injunction. Referred NOTICK
to such person as counsel may
Lottie Clemens vs W. U. ilc-
Menamy et al-Partition. lei
ded and dismissed.
Eva M. Baker vs Monte Baker
and decree for plaintill.
c are in a
by any Harney County merchant. $f
us the list. We will sell under it. This
includes STUDEBKEK WAONS, BTJGGlrU
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II U Itnrtnn VS QLT Ol KunU i wu;. w a Mu Am M Kr H
Iajunction. Continueu to April 4mm iui rt nt .rniit.
.t4 na iumi on ik mk ' ""
lK ItM HaMf MHl -.l'.
the Central Oregon Frank CawmeJd vs D. H. Smytn
whiie in i and Claude Smyth -fejectment.
' PnrtUnH in t)u Jmrml . Verdict for Defendants. Bv con-
"t-:il; IT 1 .J IV ! f nkintilT I1n'i '' iav tfk tCrBi.
nuuaai nauw? juuuii-tu, .-oii-;i - ; j , D . i mnn.
are gomg out this I prepare oui or exceptx. RaaiNa "
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takine- -.u.r. ; kjv n-ohiK. wees 10 nna specimens oi inter- k.. n. iwujn r t. n.. -lhtotw. ireiauw. r"""' u
k"k trees or plants, is nereoy promo-, . . !Tj .i.... n i.i . rL-... ii.. . . . . . .,. i .i,u, t. 'k
nart in this we will be rid of the ;-l f. f?an f- L iff ' I c" k.- - -'", T j IT ana oecrw w !.
, . ... . (MAS .., ......c -w. . , a. , ptn nniM tor ik s:nt at iw mni as orarea ior ana wwrw
, wm prizes
E. E. Miller vs J. W. Miller-
E. Free- Divorce. Keierrea sacn per- -
son as counsel mar agree upon to
pests by next season at practical- or distribution within the state. , st Paul land show, and will at- 'sale of attached property
ly no expense and the farmer Rnle 6: Anv boxes, oeekaires. tract admirinsr comment from the W. L. Freeman vs W.
may raise crops with some pros- packing material, and the like, thousands who will see the gov- man and Gussie Freeman - at- son as counsel
pect of success. infected with insect or insects, , tP??1 that ZlLntItJ116"
. . , . i its notable tour across the conti- land order of sale ot attached prop-, I Xwiaiana Ct
uwr egg, bttri w i" nent some time next nvcth. erttr.
James J. Hill's definite state- or by fungi, Nigh tor other disease "We don't intend any longer Carrie B. Stbert vs T. C- Al
ment that the Great Northern or diseases known to be injurious ! to tell the people that if they britton Recovery of money.
would build without delay into to fruit or to fruit trees, or other come to central Oregon thev will ! Verdict for pbunthT
., TT , j-, . ., ,, j ij-u- mue iremenoous loriunes rait-, u. n. nan wu s j. ii. nsmi
tne Harney country, did not cause trees or plants, and liable to,, We g t0 , Recovery of money. Default
f f m 'ttmrtr r ' r"r
imc '.Ian rlr w !! mmtMX i aa .
t k Sittta c.,rwt !,
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kirk ui.uiyt it tmitj
Wm r. (
Pnat' initnictiot. in
Louisiana Cummings vs Albert
i Cumminss Divorce. Default
BAlnrz tw &c-n- cv nlatntiff.
i u.ft . ,,-,- , ntAnn
Alice Bender (korge Bender VUIVJC ana llMnsv
-Divorce. Decree for plaintiff. Sight Mnir,; and Health Culture
us anv surorKe. We nave al- spreaa eoniagioii, are nereoy pro- .Ktvw, .;.. ; c,,. .n ..wtmnAnt nnW.k' -""-1'' in ctasstw
ways had confidence of his com- hibited from being offered for grains, grasses and roa that ', attached property. State vs 0. A Trough, Alice HKS. MeilOSK
mgbut didn't know it was con- sate, gilt distribution, or trans-, maxe tne suostauai torxi r.ot oniv rranKmrx ts rranK Niamey Lorenien, Ausmus Lorenren and
tempiated at once. Mr. Hill will portation until said material has , fr livestock, but for people W. -Recovery of persona! property. I p Lorenzen -Urceny of a
find the people here responsive been disinfected by j dipping it.in SSaSTfc? Sal use bm fhi-, CarriTOibert vs C M. Kel-dle. Dismissed on motion of
port, the food products that wii. icgg ar.i l . c Ainntton - uam-1 tna- au.v. a w i cwrr iwoi.
Studio over The Tiroes-Hi'raW
and the sooner he comes the soon- boiling water not less than two
WE HAVE IT HERE
Everything that our long ezprience has found needed by people of
THE HARNEY VALLEY COUNTRY
Build Up Your Own Town and Community
by trading with your home merchants
LUNABURG, DALT0N & CO.
have established and will maintain an up to date department store.
A few of the thousands of articles carried in stock enumerated below
Dry Goods Wares of all kind Entertainment
! Samein charge of larceny of StOy'S ReSlZlUratll
i two calves.
State vs W. M. Byrd larceny.
Pleads guilty. Given indetermi
nate sentence of from one to ten
State vs C. W. Fitzgerald
Sviiing liquor to minors. Pleads
and fined $150.
IhlrJ Jwir wtuth lJcaIIWner lUiIMinj;
J. I . snOY, Pntprleti.r
Lunches, horl order. plc. brcnil.
c.tKcs, etc. cIl.
V Mll. 1 RADI: SOU
ismiama in uurna, antlanPnitVmA goxl
1 vand Complete
Title to all Lands in
Furnish Accurate, Hti Bunii
lLrr in .Burn
Buy and Sell Real
Lar:e and Small TrajSCtot.
' "strongest Old Line CcJ
8,000 acre tract irrigated Ir,ce
be.-it in Central Oregonf P"
class colonization project ins fun
i local pa
,1 nusiness Intrusted To Vs 'orthatpui
A Complete Line of Staple and
Fancy DRY GOODS including
Ladies Cloaks, Waists, Skirts, Sweat
ers, Shawls, Hand Bags, Beds and
Bedding, Undermuslins, Dress Goods,
Hosiery, Corsets and Corset Covers.
The Most Complete and Up-to-Date
Gents' Furnishing Dep't.
Men and Boys Suits and Overcoats;
Socks, Neckties, Collars and Cuffs,
Cuff Buttons and Links, New Stock
of Working and Dress Shirts, Hats,
Cape, Gloves, Underwear Suspenders,
Levi Strouss and "Boss of the Road"
Overalls, Jumpers, Linen Dusters.
Rubber foot wear. Rubber clothing.
Drugs, Oils. Etc.
We mention here a few of the very
things carried in this department.
Perfumery. Face Powder, Creams and
Solutions, Toilet Articles, Blue Vitrol,
Formaldehide, Chloride Lime, Turpen
tine, Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating
Oils, Stock and Poultry Foods, Insect
Powders and all Household Remedies.
Pure California Wines, Grape Juice
and Liquors for household purposes.
Pure, denatured and wood alcohol.
Sal soda. Paints and oils.
Are so representative in character
that it Ls possible to furnish j our home.
Willow Ware. Water Bags. Barrels
and Kegs and chopping bowls, etc
QUEENSWARE Fine China, Cut
Glass. Silver Deposit Ware, Mirrors,
Cooking Utensils, Pottery, Ijunps.
HARDWARE-Nails. Garden Tools,
Rope, Cuttlery -Full line of Tinware
Barb wire, staples, roofing, fruit jars,
cape and rubbers; steel traps; Cold
Blast and dashboard lanterns.
JEWELRY-Clocks, Watches, Stick
Pins, Belt Buckles, Chains, Fobs.
ing Goods, Guns, Am
munition Fishing and
Tents, Tarpaulians &
BOOTS AND SHOES
We are proud of this department and
can give satisfaction to all Men,
Women and Children. We carry the
celebrated Buckingham & Ifeclit line.
All Honorable Competition Met,
For family, friends and jourself if
you purchase a PHONOGRAPH with
RECORDS. We have them in stock.
Our Children's Department is bo
complete that we can furnish your
httle ones from top to toe. We have
not overlooked the Dolls and Toy-
Of all kinds -Flour, Bacon, Lard,
Honey, Grain, Grass Seed, and Feeds
all kind of Farm Produce, Frt-hh Fruit
and Vegetables, Evaporated Fruit.
Umbrellas, I'arahols, Trunks, Valises,
Suit Cases, and Hutterick Patterns.
STATIONARY, SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Banquet candles, Notions, Confectionaries,
Gasoline mantles and globes, Cobblers outfits,
balf-solesand lacks, Tobacco and cigars.
Grain and Wool Bags, Sack and
Your Business Solicited.
THE BU.1NS DEPARTMENT STORE
Is Now Reached via Deschutes Branch
Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co.
For both PtiBsonger nnd Freight Trntlic to mid from Mad
das, Metolius, Culver, Opnl City, Redmond, Itaml
and othor Contra I Oregon point.
SOUK I) u I. E
Prompt and Careful Attentn
Rooms 1 nnd 5 Masonic Buildtyi thtodjar.
J. W. Mi
M nw rn'
lid being -j
Has a full line of ""
, ining; "B
3. nCJ fvicewilM
! Young's Meat Markets i
Gel our Prices on Groceries,
CASH WILL GET BARGAINS
U.OpnlCitv 8.1ft A
I.v UetoHim :3A Mi
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Ar. IMelintiJo l:tftl' M
Ar TImi DaIIm l ,J5 l j
Ar Portland , Jk-lSI' XI
L? T Datl 1 :I0 I. M.
Lt UetahuUm Je a.... 1 -JB0 V. .
t J!dra 8 Mi I'. J.
Ar MetolitH t-J0OV.il.
x Opal City 0:30 I. M.
Auto and rofrularstaRe connectionsat Iji Pine, Fort Hock.SilvcrUke,
Pnneville, Burns, Klamath Falls and other inland points.
The Direct, Quick and Natural Route between Purl.
land and All Points in Central Oreyon
Call on ,.y O - . II AN Ann,! for u.fonnall,,,, .Unlri.I. r a.1 rr
WM. McMURRA V
fihM.ICI. PA-S:N., Ii ACI M
I'UI'.TI.AM), ii(i:, N
PASTIHE POOL II ALL
mm njicti uilli a full line ,,l
CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES
IUIlll 111 f
Brunswiok-Balke Peel Tables
THE SILVER DOLLAR
Wholesale and l(in
LIQUOR and WIWE HOUSE
Imported and Domestic
WINES, WHISKYS, BRANDIES, GIN, BEER, Etc
C. A. BEDELL, Burns, Oregon'
Burns Meaf Marl
II. J. HANSHN, Proprietor
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mu
Sausage, Bologna, Ifej
itiiihvurytliiiir in a vnl
Wholesale and Ret?
n j i r i. n 1 w
i rumpi ana satisiaaui; yso
During Fair Week.
HARIHTON & ST0NKH. I'miuw""
Hair Cutting andj'
KwitoH ror biiIo, nil Hizea and
h'liKthH, iirico 20 contH per foot.
Any oho (U'slriiiK Hentoa nddrcaa
W. A. Ponl of j. o. Alborson,
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