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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1896)
Highest of all in Leavening Tower.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
Callon Mason and London,
—Circuit court convenes next
I exam ine their stock you will find
p • w-*i
1° 8U«1 lb* t>ine8-
\\ lthers of
Harney was a * price»
in town yesterday.
-Don’t forget Henry Cheatham
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER. 21 18?6.
.. baiber, desires a part of your pat-
—1 here will be a McKinley rally
ronage, at the new barber shop,
at the court house tonight.
4AS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF I
_ Remember when in town and
—Culp Bros, have just finished hungry Mrs. Belle Geer will let be
any NEWSPAPER in THISCOUNTY.
painting the front of A. C. Wor fore you a first class meal for two-
thington’s new store.
—Dress goods, outing flannel,
—Chas. Voegtley wants those
E. A. Stauffer was in town Tues
_ Flour and coil oil at Mason & velvet dress binding, whalebone in need of furniture to give him a
and casing at Mrs. A. A. Cowing’s. I call. He has a complete line of day evening on his way to Ontario. I
He says there are several droves df
Notice is hereby given that I will
—John Harper, of the Narrows,
—Mrs. A. A. Cowing’s new hats chairs, rockers, bed room sets, etc. 1 cattle en route from the Harney not be responsible for any indebted-
has been in town two or three days will arrive from Chicago next Tues
—Hugh Smith is no v doing the country to the railroad —Vale ness incurred by my wife, Laura
Weeks, after this date, September •
—Remember Hugh Smith, our day morning on the stage
butcher act for our citizens. Hugh Qazette.
butcher, is selling meat at reduced
R obert W eeks .
—Cal] while the stock is com- will endeavor to keep his shop sup
Wm. Buffington, J. H. Cornutt
j plete and get your choice of the plied with the best of beef, pork and
'and Frank Cummins, of Diamond,
—Your attention is called to j immense stock of Mason and Lon-1 mutton.
Harney county, arrived here Sun-
nhat N. Brown 4 Sons have to say don.
Jorgensen has the finest and oav to attend tne races which begin
All parties knowing themseves
in another column.
—Roy Miller on Pine creek on , best lot of goods that ever came to the 22d. Messrs. Buffington and I indebted to the firm of Shelley &
— Mrs A. W. Waters, who has last Thursday had his collar bone J Burns: go and see for yourself. J Cummins have a race horse called King are requested to make an
been confined to her room for sever broken by a horse falling on him. . He is also taking Cabinet Photos. J.1»’ The7‘attei.ded the immediate settlement of the same
Dr. Marsden was called to attend 1 at 13 per dozen. Do not forget to| J(;rdan Vallev and Caldwell races. with the undersigned who is author
al days, is much better.
go and see what he has on hand.
ised to receive and receipt ¡for all
—We noticed Geo. Kirchberger, him.
money due said firm.
—H. A. Dillard and family are
—There will be a grand ball giv
O. B. Dingle and Albert Ward, ah
W. Y. K ing .
now residents of Lawen. Prof. en at Locher’s hall Friday night,
of Diamond, in town this week.
—J W Thompson arrived with Dillard is employed to teach the court week. The best hall and best
winter term of school in that dis music have been secured and the I Notice is hereby given to all who
his family from the ’Villamett last
management will put forth every ar»-indebted to the undersigned to
week, and will make his home here j
The boarding house of Mrs.
— Ben Brown, who left here some effort to make it a grand success. call and settle their accounts by
— Mrs. Samuel Miller expects to
Geer, has the reputation of
time ago for Central America, is
’eave here next week to visit her
being first class in every particular,
expected hack today. Ben could See ad. next week. J
daughter, Mrs. Cora Blevens, resid
—Ed. Caldwell, Chas. Johnsonj
and Mrs. Geer is determined that
not stay in that country on account
ing near Prineville.
her house shall not lose its present
of ill health.
'Ed Walton and D. Jameson re-
but by every means in
Rates of Tuition.
—Messrs. McIntyre and Scheiber
Mothershead j turne<i from Stein mountain Satur
have returned from Portland, where
killed 9 deer,ofwhich
of V the
Burns pub-1 * , her power will endeavor to increase
JCl II ] day,having
• * V V7 VW1
made a flying trip to the southern
thev bad been to attend the K. of
are told Ed W alton killed 8 and 1 lie school have decided upon the’’t« popularity. One meal at her
part of the county since our last
. . •
P. Grand Lodge.
proof of her
issue to subpoena jurymen for the i Chas. Johnson 1. Before getting following rates of tuition for non-1
—Miss Hope arrived here on the circuit court.
entering cuisine ability.
home, however, Chas, lost his deer resident pupils. |Pupil«
18th inst., and opened the kinder
hide on a wager with Mr. Walton school during the school month
— The Bryan Silver Club of|
garten department of our school on
and now Ed has all the hides.
will pay tuition for full month. All
Burns held a very enthusiastic
—Prof. Peebles, the principal of tuition fees payable in advance to-
meeting last Thursday evening,
Notice is hereby given that for
—Guns, Bicycles, Mowers and and will hold another tomorrow toe Burns school, is all and more the school clerk:
purpose of making an exami
all kinds of machinery repaired I evening. Be sure and attend.
than was expected by our school Primary grades, per month, $1 00
1 50 nation of all persons who may offer
promptly and satisfactorily at the
board ars an educator, and we are ' 4th and 5th
—Mrs. D. A. Kilbury has a com
2 00 themselves as candidates for teach
C. H. Voegtly Hardware store.
| convinced that we can safely urge' Advanced
plete stock of millinerv goods at
ers of the schools of this county,
—Bear, who was tried in Grant the French Hotel and invites the parties thinking of going out of the'
the county board will hold a pub
county for the mtirdei of the book ladies of Burns and vicinity to call county to institutes of learning to' Notice of Sealed Proposals.
lie examination at the school house
agent Scott, was found guilty of and see her. All goods first class remain here and take a course '* of
Notice is hereby given that sealed in Burns beginning at 1 o’clock p.
murder in the second degree.
. [and up to date—the very latest studies under Mr. Peebles. T” p I proposals will be received by the
m. ««Wednesday Nov. 4th. 1896.
can assure all such that he is fullv j County Court of Harney county,
' . Give her a call.
—Vol. 1, No. 2, of The John Day styles.
The board will consist of Proffs.
competent, able and willing to in- Oregon, untii November 4th, 1896,’ J. M. Peebles, Chas. .Leonard and
Sentinel is on our table this morn
—Two marriage licenses issued
ing. It is a bright, newsy sheet by the county clerk since our last struct and has the faculty of impart- at which tjme the bids will be the countv school superintendent.
ing knowledge to others in a way opened and considered at the Court! Dated this 10th dav of Oct, ’96.
and we wish it success. ,
issue. Dan R Thorn to wed Mrs. pnwilv nnrlprstnnd and ininrcauiuo
. . _
_ th(J keepjn(! '
easily understood .nd iU1prt.HV.. ( ro()m of sai(J
W. C. B yrd ,
—A hunting party consisting of I Elizabeth Williams and A. Forester
of the county poor for one year
Tom Lahey, A. A. Cowing, John to wed Miss Mary L. Gittings. All
I from November 5th, 1896. The
Rol inson and 11. E. Thompson, the parties reside in this countv.
.Court reserves the right to reject piNAL PROOF
left for the mountains this morning. Merrilv go the marriage bells.
500 head of three year old steers l
any and all bids.
LAND OFFICE AT
— A four hoise team driven by in Harney county, ftr sale These
—Miss Bessie Stenger and Mrs.
By order of the Comt;
Florence Smith have gone to Baker Chas Cronin, on the road from Ed
Notice ii hen by given that the followlnir
named rattier hra filed notice of hie Intention
City to meet Mrs. M. A. Caldwell Stauffer’s to the P. L. 8. ranohe on men and they are anxious to dis- By C. A. G ilham , Duputy.
to make final proof in support of hUclaim,and
that raid proof will be made before Reaiater
on her way from Portland to this the island, yesterday, ran away
••■'«Receiver p 8. Land Office at Burn. Oregon,
on Nov. 14. 1896, vii: B axter R. P orter
ai,H8*Rn«7K °’ 611 for ,he 8W*’ 8ec
meelee Charley was thrown to the
Aotiee oj Final Settlement.
—“Scottie” Bailey returned from
ground receiving two or three cuts
The firm of I. S. Geer & Co. have
■ 'A’11" «•"''»«■"»■•nipon and cultivation
Idaho a few davs ago. wh^re he has
nnd.^X.!f: Chftrlc* Owen, Edward B.
In the countv court of the State Waterff. David
on the face and many bruises.
Finnemore, and Jame. Dalton,
"16 to 1” spectacles, that is, thev
all of Burn., Oregon.
been ¡with hi« trotting horse. He
of Oregon, for Harney county
will sell you the same quality of)
THOMAS JONES. Register.
took one race in Caldwell and one
In the matter of the Estate of Geo.
were in town the first of the week. glasses for one dollar you pay an ,
in Boise Ci tv.
M. Williams, Deceased.
Mr Dibble presented this office1 occulist or specialist 16 dollars for.'
—Doug. Baker returned from with several of the largest potatoes , This is no “gammon” but “straight' Notice is hereby given to Mrs. E.
XV illiams, Charles, David, Burt,
Eugene a few divs ago where he j we have seen this season, stating at' 800^8-
Call and examine.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Effie and May Williams, heirs to (Devon,
arid family have been visiting. Wei the time that they were the small
for the countv ot Harnev
are informed Mr. Baker has pur est he could find on his place, hav-
.4 dm in iitrator ’t Aot ice.
ceased, and to all other persons Wm. H. Eddy Deft |
chased the John Witzell ranch , ing found some that took a span of:
Fdd’v ,he above
deft. Wm. H.
south of Burns.
I mules to pull them out of the^ Notice is hereby given to All per- claiming an interest therein, that
In the Name of the State of Oregon
—The following hunting party ground. Dell can still tell pretty sons holding claims against the es the administrator has filed his final
von are required to appear and an.w.r’
returned from the mountains this
tate of P. F. Stenger, deceased, to , that Munday, the 2d day of Novem (he complaint filed against you in the
ab”Vi* ;"t'tled suit on or before the 26th
week. Dr. Cates, Jake Welcome,
—Owing to the rapidly increas present the same to the undersigned ber, 1896, at 10 o’clock a in, of said day of Obtoher, 189«, the time being the
James Sweitzer John Vaughn and ing attendance of non-resident pu at his office in Burns, Harney
first day "f the next regular term ot the
Tom Lahev. Thev killed 8 deer we pils in the Burns public school it county, Oregon, verified as by law day, at the court house at Burna, above entitled court for Harnev county
and if you fail ro to appear or answer’
believe, but could not tell from the : is found necessary to hire another required, within six months from in said county, has been fixed, by for w»nt thereof, plff wj|| App|v to
order of the court made and entered court for a decree, dissolving the mar-
stories told who was the champion. teacher.
The condition of the the date of this notice
on the 11th day of September, 1896.
—W hen YOU want beef, pork. finances is such that the non-resi-
Dated at Burns, Oregon, this for th hearing and final settlement and deft, awardlog to plff. the care and
M**°d? 2f?l'eir minor children, to-wit-
mutton, venison, sausage, pure leaf dent pupils are required to pay a 30th day of September, 1896.J
of said account and you and each MarvJ.fcddy and Nettie R. Eddy and
for^the cost* and disbursement* of this
lard and tallow or any kind of small tuition fee to go on the salary
M aurice F itz G erald ,
of you are hereby required to be
fresh < r salt meats, whole sale nr of the extra teacher. This is cus
Administrator. and appear in said courtjto then weTklv
*’ p?bIi,,hed in the
retail, at a* cheap rate as the tomary in all districts, aad as the
for "ix consecn-
and there make such objections, if Chff.Trd tb^°rdr Of Hon
cheapest, call on Hugh Smith, the fee is very reasonable, they will
any you haye, to said final account. Clifford, Judge of said conrt, made at
Burns Butcher. All orders prompt have no cause to complain, See
8?^ °ni896y’ OreKon> on the 7lh
W. C. C ecil ,
ly delivered, free of charge.
rates in another column.
H icks & Bioos,
Attys, for plff.