The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, August 26, 1896, Image 3

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—Miss Ella Whiting and Francis llui.tington, Ore., March
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— Big reduction iu wash goods at •
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Rev. Jonsa will pnsaeh n»xt L’nivetfiilY' a»3 Mias Francis
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—Lee Robbing of Drewsey was in 1
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WEDNESDAY AUGI s T. 26 1826
Sunday morning and evening.
town last week.
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..JVbt-enormous airjount of 167 cacp,«^
—A nice lit»«* of dress goods,
—J. Beard and wife of R< seburg
-tf you want the
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i A j the LARGEST circulation of are registered at the Burns.
suitings, ladies winr, hose. ofc.| will ,he murket. I'liy th« eh*1“
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\s¥ NEWSPAPER IN this county .
lcttids
—just think
think 167
167 curs
cars —
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For
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—Remember Hugh Smith, our be found at M Ä L’s.
at Charley VoegUy’a» *-<-••’ -*1 *
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tlpb'W thifhk'our' a patrons,and 3 prom-
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butcher, is selling meat at reduced ' —Mies Ido Roberts tK'eouiiiaiiiod
potsli* rt the JHliusOh stor^^ ise thd
__ sttmë generous treatment in -
prices.
, by Miss Gillerntaw. gnve us a werr ^ how
’7 un< let e>ti»irt»l oi Henry
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Ri'Vhiring 1896
Local News.
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pleasant
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agretable
call,
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— Buy vour goods from M. & L.
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—Big reduction in wash goods at and save the liberal discount they Monday moriuttg
i *QiM|»r<itor^ will he atloWe<F‘‘fo!
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offer.
'tt^otefiHyèn
¡«than ’ourselvet».
ourselves. UV-
— We
Jjrant County
has keep^
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F. Bovle» photographer^
buni»«»*. we must »
—Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Foster are
—Don’t forget Henry Cheatham Ron ham of I
ployed, to teat b
preWhuy wishes us to state that he will visit
.f bpnrt)t want, wHighLandst*
halber, desires a part of vour pat- emj
in town-
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Burns
again
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thc
jnear
future.
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trv^tlLHuit ami • - U>W prioes
will j
do-r
school the .coming term.
—Mr. Win Altnow, of Drewsey ■ ronage, at the new barber shop.
■ Jj./llis numerous patrons, knowing^^
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the teamsters go­
neighb» rbood 1, is in Burns today. I —James Hutchinson of the Nar- 1 —Wbat are all ............................
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don’t the superiority of his work, wi..
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ing to the R. R. for?
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—Many o f our citizens have been ' rows neighborhood was in town two
the neilt and Com J
re,ain their orders UUtil he J; ( rioul A B,
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you know? For t.._
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or three days since our last issue.
attacked with cholera morbus.
i píete s to k of merchandise of M <t come
M-l'T' 'NW
— Carl Ceeil has moved his fami- L.. successors to J. Durkheimer.
__MesdaineB Stauffer and Peter­
—Guns, Biovcles, Mowers and;4 A D M1MISTR ATO1V8 NO I’JCK a to « .<
gon are visiting friends in Burns. ly to town. They oecupv the
Jorgensen has the finest and all kinds of machinery repaired [
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Huntington
residence,
heat lot of goods that ever came to promptly
at ! I the
— Big reduction in wt’sh goods at
1 Noti»<‘ i« hereby git^h to nil persohs
stand he desires his children to Burns; go and see for yourself., C. 11. \ otgtly Hardware store.
\’_ Brown & Sons.
I have the advantage of our
holding claims against the estate of-
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school
— Hugh Smith is nov doingthej' Leo Bratiilon. deceased to piesent the
He is also taking Cabinet Photos.
_ Sjverl paities from different. facilities.
parts of the state are here looking
at $3 per dozen. Do not forget to butcher act for oufyitizena. Hugh same to C A. Sweek attorney-at luw. • e ‘
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—Mr. Ed Test, merchant, of On­ g0
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:■> will endeavor to kee^V his shop sup­ i ar. hi« offime in Barns Harney County,
for locations
tario «nd brother in law of Register
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—Mrs Jones, wife of Rev. D. II. Jones, accompanied by Mrs. Jones,
— MraX^hM#.--NeWalL An«!' infant plied with the best of beef, pork and Oregon, verified as by law required,
.Jones, is ill. but not considered mother of the latter, are here on a child came into Burn« last Satur- ■ mutton.
I within six nonths front the date of this •
day for medical Yittention for the
i notice. Dated at Barris, Oregon, thia
dangt rous.
visit.
babv
which
was
suffering
with
27th day of June 1896
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—Quite a number of Harnev cit­
For Saie
James Brandon,
—Another cut of 2<> per cent lias gumgfeTp
complaint
common
so
BumaieV "complaint
izen» were in Burns yesterday and
been «.<!<. in the ntock of j-nods »t
cbild„n thi. ti„,e ,,f y«r.
T|)p B|ackimilh ,h
„„j ,w0 C. A. S week ,
Administrator..
the day before.
M. & L’s. .tore, rbegoo.» nui. Tht)
Atioruey for Administrator.
i8 now e0„ijderea out | |ot, (lf ,, c 1!rnw„ ¡„ Ir„r„ev CUv,
—John Gilcrist, business mana­ he sold before the new stock arrives >
of danger.
with tools if desired,for sale cheap.
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ger for the P. L. S. Company is in ¿'•ill atol hu nnnvinopd
—Don't forget that the new stock For prices and terms address H. C. ' priNAL PROOF.
Burns this week.
Church was of goods for Mason
London will Brown at Harney City this county, •LAND OFFCE AT BURNS, OREGON,
— Remember the organization of
August 19th, be in Burns in about two weeks., or inquire at this office.
August 11, 1896,.
the Bruin club at the court house | 1896,consisting of Mr Jasper Davis
I Notice is hereby given that the foilowhijr-
Call and examsne it. No trouble
nameil settler hns filed notice of his mtentii n •
Friday evening next.
. to make final proof iu support of his claim, and
Charlie Davis, Peter Davis, Mrs to show woods. All the latest de
1 that said proof will be made before Register &
Chamberlain’s Colic,
Receiver U S. Land Office at Burua Ore, on.
— Or n Thompson has moved to Mary E. Bower, Mrs E. J Newell. signs will be displayed.
Sent. 18 18116, viz: WILLIAM D. H uffman .
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Cholera
and
Diarrhoea
Remedy.
Hd. E. No. 42 for the NE14 NEJ4 Sec 2Tp 29,.
the A. C. Worthington bouse in the’ Mrs R. Irving. Miss Rose Loggan,
S R 32 E.
—Edward Boyer, residing in
names the following witnesses to. prove
Miss
Ida
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Miss
Ella
Will
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This is the beat medicine in the his Ue continuous
southwest part of town.
residence upon and culthation
| Baker county on Burnt river, sui-
iams, Miss Laura Newell, Miss Al
of said land viz:
John H. Neal, Sylvester
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for
bowel
complaints,
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Smith, and Marion Horton of ldamend Ore.,
— Big redue ion in wash goods at
ma Lillian Bower, Miss Ida Mar- cideti a few days since, by shooting acts quickly and can always be L. B. Springer of Narrow», Oregon.
N. Brown
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THOMAS JONES. Register
himaelf through the heart. He
j shall.
depended upon, When reduced
shot himself in the presence of Miss •
—At the spicial school meeting 1
with water it is pleasant to take.
la»t Saturday afternoon a ten mill • —If you are thinking of buying McClaimahan, because she refused’
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tax was voted for school purposes. I a suit it will pay you to delay a •to marry him.
will recommend it to your friends . LAND OFFICE AT BURNS', OREGON.
i while, as M. <fc L. will have just
Auguat 6, 1896.
— Dr. J. W. Clymer is prepared what you want and something new
For sale at 25 and 50 cents a hottie ’ Notice is hereby
given that the following
Notice.
by Druggists.
to do all kinds of aental work,
naineil settler hits filed notice of his Intention
and neat.
to make final proof in support of hlaclaim,and
(rive him a call Office at H. M.
that said proof will be made before Register
I am greatly in need of money I
anil Receiver U 8. Land Office at Burns Oregon,
Hi run’s drug store.
on Sept. 17.1896, viz: J ohn H. W itzrll
—We are in receipt of a letter and desire mv customers who are|
Hd. entrv No. 203, for the NWJi, Sec 24, Tp
NOTICK.
24. S R. BOE.
— Mr Tupker and family have from B. S. Pagu-, chairman of the .in del/t to me to come forward and]
He names the following witnesses to prove
t his continuous residence upon and cultivation
itlurned home Mr, Tupker says state county exhibits of Oregon In­ |settle their accounts immediately.
To my trade and the public:"
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«aid > land,
viz: W
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Johnson, vat
Cal nevi,
(leer,
he did not n cive any benefit from dustrial Exposition, which opens «
have this 26th day of July, 1896, ¡'¿uJ'Ilkw^^[h> "n,î w-T-Whltwor,h'al) of
J oseph T upker .
j sold my general merchandise busi- j
THOMAS JONES, Register.
the springs which had been lecom-'in Portland September 10, and
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October
17
of
thi«
year.
He
uivtided to cure rhemmatism
nessin Burns, Oregon, to Mes.-rs. i
ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY
solicits exhibits of our resources I
i M ubou & London and would thank '
— \V. 1). Huffman residing in
j'O k ro i : t g la dzjís .
fir the exposition. The list is as
you to continue the pleasant busi , NOTICE.—TIMBER CULTURE,
Di. 'inond Valiev lost his house and
fhe Sinter» uf
follows: Grain, fruit, vegetables. J
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Francia, ness relations heretofore existing to’
contents, alm, his barn by fire last
fish, gold, silver, etc. If in case ,
linker
Cihi,
Oregon.
my
successors.
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you
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office
,LAkkviEW O regon .
Monday He informs Ue there was
anv of our citizens desire to repre­
past favors shown me and again
JULY 28, 1896.
a small amount of insurance on the
This institution offers peculiar
sent. tins county by sending a sam­
asking you to continue dealing with
house and i one on the barn.
Complaint haviug been entered at thia office
advantages to young ladies who
bv Major M. Whiteside against E. Knoop for
ple of any of the above products
the new firm, I am
failure toeomidy with law as to timber-culture
— Stock and sheep men are in­ i they can do so. Send by freight,! wiah to receive a Rolid’ ,18«fu1» and |
vo1try .’J.?.
Aug 17. 1887, upon the NU
^ours Respectfully,
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vited to call at M. <fc L’s. anti get ‘ charges celled” Exposition, Port !refiu,d education, instruction is (
J. D ur KHEI.MEE. I
«•’’neyGonnty,Oregon with a view
to the <:**1(:vllailon of said entrv, contestant
prices.
Remember you pay no land, Oregon, or send to this office 8*v«n *n ad branches belonging to
] alleging that said E. Knoop has wholly and
I entirely fal ed to do or caute to be done any
ia thorough English education, be­
more than Jibe addition of freight ano we will forward the same.
Refering to the above, we will act or ar « upon ««id tract of land with a lew
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law® »nd has
sides lessons on piano, violin, guitar, ]
from any R. R point and all goods
say that it will give us pleasure to wholly abandoned the same. The said parties
aJe_h<5r<'by summoned to appear at. the ofTica
D ied .—At his residence in this banjo and mandolin; ; German lan-j
warranted first class.
Frank S. Reide;, Notary Public, at Diamond
meet the general pubjic at, our place of
CiuEaV011 »be ?,lx *taJ» ° September, 18P6 at 1
place, of blood poison, P. F. Stenger, guage; ; painting in oil, pastel, water . of bupine ’
j and sliall at all times <» clock pm, to respond and furnish testimony
—On Sunday last Louis Foester,1 on Monday night, the 24th inst., colors, and cravon; all kinds of -- ----------
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residing at the mines near Harney,1 between the hours of 11 and 121 pl»in and ornamental needlework;^ carry a full and complete stock of case at thia otri ceo» Sept, jft, iMVt>.
W.A. W ilshire , Register.
accidentally shot his daughter I o’clock. Mr. Stenger was one of' short hand, typewriting, and book- goods and we will at all limes guar-
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lowest
possible
prices.
Our
ioh. aged about ¡4 years, in the tbe pioneers of Harney Valley, set- keeping
.Notioe lor Publication.
new goods begin to arrive about
Hand, wrist and hip; the child sup­ tling here before the Indian out­
Studies will he resumed Monday,
posed to haye had her hand to her break which occurred in 1878. At Sept., 7.1890. F<>r particulars send i I August 25th. Trusting we shall U.S. L and O ffice , Burns.Or..July21,lH86.
Notice is hereby given that the follow­
aide. She was brought to Burns the time of his death he was in his for prospectus or apply at the have, the pleasure of meeting you
ing-named settler has tiled notice of his
one
and
all,
we
beg
to
remain
and is still here in a critical condi­ 44th year, and of a strong constitu-: Academy,
intention to make final proof iu support
of his claim, and that, said prnhf w ill be
XoufB Respectfully.
tion
1 he gun was loaded with tion. He leaves five children to1
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made oerore
before Kegister
Register i and Receiver U.S
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Burns, ’ Oregon, on Aug.
small shot, and the doctor fearB imurn the loss of a father. Clara,
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28th, 1896. viz;
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five or six of the shot penetrated the eldest, is married; Bessie now
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her abdomen. Mr. Foester. at the
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to LA nALaa*
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grown, Frankie, a little girl about ELT
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BALSAM
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a sure
lure
Remed
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fur
— cougha,
cough«, coula,
cow», tore
«ora Usual
Uoual and for aathma.
Mtlima I It
time he was so unfortunate as to *
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•oothe«,
11 years, and two little boyB young­
«bale«
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•" '•irl-ntally wound his own child er than Frankie. His funeral ser­
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and render« expocu Prole« vour IdeJ thev m.v
He names tho follow inr witneuHpa t.-»
oratiun easy.
had left the house hurriedly with
niduLu" co"tinn'”,a resiJence upon and
mon was preached by Rey. I). H.
ana
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of^ÂJUà
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Consumptives
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*"’d land, viz; ttbald Cote
tho gun to »hoot a hawk which was
will Invariably derl v«
Jones at the First Presbyterian
Orville
D.
Ru»k,
Cb»n. Ri*i»s Hnd Fri
benefit from It« a«e.
Moore, all of Burns. Oregon**
making off with a chicken; after church in this place at 3:30 o'clock
Many »bo «iippoM
JOHN F. STRATTON'S
tbelr case« to be con­
l‘»ving the house he stumbled p tn, yesterday afternoon, and bis
T homas J ones , Register
C«l»br«t»d
sumption are only
Buffering
from
a
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ru,n8nts
"Hi(h caused the accidental dis- remains aero interred in the Burns
chronic cold or deep
seated rough, often
c '*:geof the gun with the result cemetery by the I. O. O. F. lodge
PiTr^* drums T fifes ,
S- . •fXravat.d by ca-
By1« Cream Balm. Both
already stated.
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Piccolos and Band Supplies
lae. Cream Balm, tt eta.
of Burns.
^•r IwrUle: Pineola Balaam.
B-dd by bmririeta.
Wilk
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Send for
JOHN F. STMATTOM
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