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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1896)
—Walter Gray and Ed Page
were in town on Sunday.
—We saw John Harper in town
WEDNESDAY JULY. 22 18S6
•IAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
any NEWSPAPER IN THISCOUNTY.
Mountain fires have started and
the usual amount of smoke is sur
rounding our Valley.
_ ,uminer hats at
Cowing’s at cost.
—Great reductions in all summer
goods at N. Brown A Sons.
—Homer Mace thinks of re plac
ing his burned residence, with a
Mrs. A. A.
_ Simon Lewis waB in town last
—W. D Huffman left here for-
Baker City last Friday on a busi
—John Rohrman’s beer is very nesa trip.
rofreshing this hot weather.
—Winnie Gowan is assisting the
—Great reductions in all sum typos in T he T imes -H erald office
mer goods at N. Brown & Sons.
—N. Coinegys and family are
—Preaclrng at Harney morning
new residing in the Huntington res and evening on Suuday the second
of Aug By Rev. Jones.
—The Burns races will begin
—Chas. Voegtly has received his
about Sept. 2. There will be $800 chain mowers. Those, wishing to
purchase, call and see them.
— Herman Ruh was in town the
—Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson of
latter part of last week, looking for Drewsey, were in our town a day- or
two the latter part of last week.
—If you want the best mower on
—Peter French passed through
the market, buy the chain mower, here last Sunday on hie way to
at Charley Voegtly’».
Huntington, at which point he will
—II C. Turner and brother, ship east a lot of beef steers.
each came in from the R. R. last
— Hugh Smith is now doing the
Friday loaded with mowers and butcher act for our citizens. Hugh
rakes for Chas. Voegtly
will endeavor to keep his shop sup
—Chas. Roper was in town the plied with the best of beef, pork and
other day and informed us, that mutton.
the miners of Gold Gulch are hav
—The butcher shop in this place
ing a successful season.
has changed hands. Hugh Smith,
— R. C. Angevine has bought out now, proprietor takes possession to
the interest of Austin Goodman in morrow morning. Hugh is ar. old
the “Star Saloon.” The firm is butcher, therefore we augur will
now controled by Anderson A giye satisfaction to his customers.
—Homer Mace came into town
—J. M. Vaughn, we are sorry to
state, is still suffering from rbeu
inatism. He seems to bear his
affliction with a great deal of forti
tude, and generally is his same old
self in a political argument.
—Jorgensen has the finest and
best lot of goods that ever came to
Burns; go and see for yourself.
He is also taking Cabinet Photos,
at $3 per dozen. Do not forget to
go and see what he has on hand.
—Remember the concert at the
A mory Hall, next Friday evening.
We think we can 8afely promise
our citizens quite a treat and the
proceeds are to be applied to the
support of the presbyterian minis
ter. we hope to have a full house.
F. Boyle, photographer,
wishes us to state that he will visit,
Burns again in the near future
His numerous patrons, knowing
the superiority of his work, will do
well to retain their orders until he
We are glad te publish the im
provement of Miss Grace Riggs,
who. as has l>een already reported
'n previous issues of this paper, was
>n a critical condition from the
’■fleets of an attack of gripp She
in now in a fai- wav of regaining
her accost med health.
Because of more locals, for our
last issue than room, the birth of
the little stranger to Mr. and Mrs.
hllis McKinnon failed to appear.
The typos take the locals froui the
•'ook in rotation, and there being
many of them that one. un-
Munately, was left. The baby is
—Ed Joy, we aie sorry to learn,1 - Great reduction in all summer
goods at N. Brown A Sons.
is no better.
All persons knowing themselyes
—N. Brown’s new building is
now under control of Henry Canaday, indebted to the firm of Johnson A
Just as cheap as ever or cheaper. Call | Harris are requested to make an
—Great reductions in all summer hih ! examine goods nod get pi ices, and early settlement by cash or note.
if suited buy.
goods at N. Brown A Sons.
We have dissolved partnership and
accounts are in my hands for
—Chancy Cummings was in
town Monday and Tuesday of this fitted by the use of Dr. Williams’ collection. I will pay all debts
Pink Pills wi 1 write to T he H er against the firm contracted while
ald . they will receive information
—Great reductions in all summer
H ugh H arrts .
goods at N Brown A Sons.
terest to them.
—“Scottie” is developing quite
— Mr. and Mrs. Moore left he-ie
a trotter cf the horse he lately
for their home in Diamond the
purchased of P. G. Smith.
The residence of Homer Mace,
—Carl Cecil, on last Saterday,de latter part of last week, .
is so far recovered as to be pro-1
livered to Hanley Bros , two or
nounced out of danger, by her phy- 8out^ ®ft8t ™ Burns, was consumed
three car loads of big fat steei8
Mi,» Olli.flre °", S""day eveni"8,
sician. Dr McPheeters.
inst 1 about
six o clock.
—Don’t f »rget the concert Fri Frye accompanied Mrs. Moore,' 119th.
Admission 25c ts. and will remain with her for some
* went up in the flames. The loss
Children 15 cts.
time assisting in the performance i
I we presume to Mr. Mace is about
—Jake Johnson is assisting Sig. of household duties.
1 $2000. A pan of hot grease on the
in the J. Durkheimer merchandise
— The Burns school board have cook stove caught °n fire, and no
store’ during the absence of Julius secured the services of Prof. W. A. one about the house except Mr.
Wetzell, of Portland, for the com Mace and his wife, the flames fired
school term. Mr. Wetzell, it the wall of the building so quickly
—Some of our citizens
most, constantly recreating ili the will be remembered, assisted Prof, that every effort proved fruitless to
warm Newell in our lad county institute gave it, and in their eagerness to
He is one of the leading educators t gave the bouse the fire got under
of this state and his success as such such a headway, that the contents
—Haymaking is now in full
is known, recognized and appreciat- were burned with the building,
blast in our county, There will be
edin eyery section of Oregon ac- Mr. Mace writes us that the proper-
thousands of tons ricked iu this
quainled with him and hi» work
WM part|y ineurBd
county this season.
The board in securing him to take1
—Guns, Bicycles, Mowers and charge of our school deserves the [
all kinds of machinery repaired commendation not only of this Huntington, Ore., March 21. 1896.
promptly and satisfactorily at the school district, but this whole see-’ D ear S ir :—We are now starting
| tion of country. There isnown0|on th® new year. Computations
C. H. Voegtly Hardware store.
( necessity for parents sending their (
last year are completed. We
that our firm sold during 1895
children to educational institutes
at a distance, for the acknowledged the enormous amount of 167 car
ability and success of Mr. Welzell loads of goods, equal to ten train
—J. C. Wooley returned from is such as to guaratee equal ad- loads—just think 167 cars—For
the railread the latter- part last dancement of pupils under his this we thank our patrons,and prorn-
I ise the same generous treatment in
week,his height team loaded for our . charge, to that of any school in the
' the future. During 1896 we will
this morning, bringing with him enterprising merchant, N. Brown. I state.
sell closer than ever, and no honest
hie little girl, whom he thought was
—J. S Devine, when in town
will be allowed to do
suffering with an attack of rheu
last week, expressed himself enthu
I more for you than ourselves. We
matism, but upon consultation with
siastically in favor of the demo
Notice is hereby given that for are here for .vour business. we must
Dr. Marsden, be fears it is “hip
eratic nominees for national honors. the purpose of making an examina- i [ hays
it, , if honest count, weight,and
and L<w Price8 wiU do
—Mr. Frank Dunn of the Nar
—Our city council has purchased
rows country lost a thumb a few themselves as candidates for teach it. Call or write us.
a first class fire engine for Burne,
days since, lassoing cattle. He is ers of the schools of this county,
which will be here inside of two
now in town having the wound the county school superintendent
O. C. Co.
weeks. This is a move in the right
thereof will hold a public examina
direction for our town is exposed to
tion at the school building in Burns,1 ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE,
the ravages of fire, without any
Monday. Fred’s beginning at 1 o’clock p m. on the I
means, whatever, of fighting the Portland last
flames. The only wonder is that many friends are very glad to wel second Wednesday in August, 1896 (
Notice is heroby given to all persons
come him home, as he is a general
Dated this 22d day of Jul v, 1896..
we have, so long, escaped.
claims against the estate of
favorite of our citizens.
W. C. B yrd .
—James Thompson, residing in
i Leo Brandon, deceased to present the
County School Superintendent of
LinD county, this state, is here I — B. D. McIntyre, our enterpris
same to (1 A. Sweek attorney-at law.
visiting his brother H. E. Thomp ing brick mason, has kilned 110,
at his office in Burns Harney County,
son. ThiB is Mr. Thompson’s first 000 brick and the fires have been
Oregon, verified as by law required,
This 1 rogram or the Coneert Friday within six nonths from the date of this
visit to this section of Oregon, and started in its
we understand, if pleased with our amount of brick, he thinks will
notice. Dated at Burns, Oregon, this
county, will move his family here supply the wants of our citizens in
27th day of June 1896
and become one of our permanent this line for this season.
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—The University of Oregen at Chorus—“Dancing O’er the Waves” (J. A, S week ,
— Will the Indians keep out of Eugene is rapidly becoming the
Duett—“Tell us Merry Birds”—
our mountains this season? Is a foremost institution of higher learn
Madge and Julian Byrd.
I Notice for Publication.
question interesting our citizens. ing in the Northwest. Tuition is
Solo—“Punchinello,”— Mrs. D. H.
The warning has gone forth re free and the literary and scientific
U 8. L and O ffick , B urns. Or. .July 21,1896.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
peatedly from this paper in the courses are equal to the best. Free
b B. B.
named settler has filed notice of his
last few months, and we venture to information may be obtained by
intention to make final proof in suDport
of his claim and that said proof will be
state if it is not heeded, those that addressing University of Oregon,
? u £«ore Renter and Receiver U. 8.
venture, will be called upon to
fettth lÆVz: Ur“’- Oreg°n* OnAUg'
Chorus — “Moonlight Dance,” —
—Mr and Mrs Adolph Tupker
make a hasty exit or take the con
J. NELLI8 P, RKER.
talk of starting to California in a
”—Julian Byrd , «/¡’d No .880, fo,-Lot 8, »ection 19, tp.
few days. Their object for making
—Get one of I. S. Geer A Co’s
Join the ~
. ’ BndN*8Ei section 24, tp
trip is to benefit Mr. Tupker,
premium purchase tickets. This
Mrs. Leyens and Madge Byrd ' He n
firm agrees to give the holder of whom, all aur resident* know, has Solo,..................................p* -
such tickets a fine life size Crayon been suffering with rheumatism Duett—“Very Wrong Indeed”—
Portrait absolutely free of any for several months Mr. Tupker
Mrs. Biggs and Julian Byrd.
charge, by purchasing $20 worth I
Violin Solo,.................... Mr. Duncan
of goods for cash at their store. It |
Solo -“The Song for Me”—Mrs. D.
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
is not necessary that the whole more speedy cure, the application,
amount should be purchased at one | either by bathing or inwardly, or Trio—“Whippoorwill”—Mrs Jones,
time, but any amount from 5 cents j both, of the water of some springs
ter Vlelln. Guitar, MaMalla, SaaU
Mrs. Biggs, Madge Byrd.
to $20 as explained upon the tick situated in California, of which be Chorus,.........
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w>arr»nt»d not io rust. Send for Catlc
has been told, will more quickly
JOHN F. STRATTON.
restore him to health.
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Jfaau/aetu.rr «nd WAoloaU Pralrr*
—Nellis Parker cam’ in Mon
day evening, with his freight team
of twelve horses and four wagons
loaded with goods for merchants.
a • oy and was born on the morn-
'»f the 14th. Ellis is very proud
of bis toy.
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