The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, November 11, 1896, Image 7

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WÏDXE8VAÏ NOVEMBER. 11W».
—See N. Brown <fc Sons new adt
I
-Full supply Of BlsnMs. Quilt« '
...
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and Matresites at N. Brown it Sons.
!
— Something new—Pink of per­
fection Syrup in cans at N. Brown
it Sons.
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov’t Report
—Don’t forget Henry Cheatham (
bu.bcr, .lesi’« . part »f your pat-
- ronage,
__ ___ at »ho
the new narnef
barber soon,
shop.
__Remember when in town and
hungry Mrs. Belle Geer will tel be­
fore you a first class meal for two-
3A8 THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
bit«.
AXY newspaper in this county .
—Hats, Hats! Hats!! at Mrs. A.
—W hen you want beef, pork,
A Cowina’s.
mutton, venison, sausage, pure leaf
—Remember Hugh Smith, our lard and tallow or any kind of
Local News.
butcher, is selling meat at reduced
fresh tr salt meats, whole sal® or
NOTICE.
_ y(rJ A. A. Cowing’s hats have prices
Administra for1» oticc.
'retail, at as eheap rate as the
arrived.
—Guns, Bijycles, Mowers and | cheapest, call on Hugh Smith, the |
n to all per-
Notice is hereby given that I will
_ Graham 11 >ur and all kinds of all
kinds of
__ machinery
........
repaired Burns Butcher. All orders prompt (
__ ______
| gons holding cihuiw against the , not be responsible for any indebted*
promptly and satisfactorily at the ly delivered, free of charge.
groeeiies at Mason & Loudon’s.
' estate of Chas. W . ____
Jones •> deceased, ness incurred by inv wife, Laura
—Teachers txamination this C. H. Voegtly Hardware store
. t > prest nt
iiv the
mv samej
■’<••■■', to the under- Weeks, after this date, September
School Repot t.
—Our merchants are still receiv­
week.
R obert W eeks .
signed at her home on Cow Creek, 30th 1896
ing
goods.
The
last
few
days
sev
­
_ \ew goods arrived at the!
public j Harney county, Oregon, or at the
eral big teams haye come in and | Report of the Drevsey
.N ottee.
‘•Wonder ”
■ school for the month ct mmem ing offT e of Maurice FitzGerald in the
there are more on the road.
'Oct. 5. and ending Oct. 30, 189b. I town ( f Burn, Harney county, Ore­
—Steve Webdell is interviewing
All parties knowing themseves
M arried .—At the residence
No. of boys enrolled .. § ... ..16 gon. verified as by law required, indebted to the firm of Shelley &
friends in town th s week.
the bride on last Sunday, Chas. H. I No. of girls enrolled
. .37 I within six months from the date of King are requested to make an
—Tom Stephens and Duffy have Leonard and Miss Madge ByrdJ^
ta7n 11UU1UVI
‘mber enrolled
, lUim
cmviivil
. . .
• 53 Hds notice.
immediate settlement of the same
gone tol’rii.ei 1 <to takein the races. Justice Lewis officiating.
I Average daily attendance............. 45
Dated at Bur. 8 Oregon, this with the undersigned who is author­
_ W E. Alberson brought in the
L ost .—A plain gold heart pin’ Following are the names of the1 ytjj Jay of November. 1896.
ized to receive and receipt ¡for all
election returns of Alvord precinct.
JENNiE J ones ,
with two “F” inscribed in pearl-*. pupils who were neither absent nor
money due said firm.
—Joe Williams like a bad dollar Finder please leave at H. \V. Wel­ tardy during the month: Carrie
Administratrix.
W. Y. K ino .
Moffet, Grace Barilett Curtis Bart
puts in an appearance at intervals. , come’s drug store ,
petition /or Liquor Licenss.
—Chas Lillard after an absence,
—These | o ticians who have lett, Carl Bartlett, Stel'a Bartlett, |
ofa'mut IS months makes Burns a been so active in ihe campaign just Nettie Bartlett, Rose Rutherford, To the Honorable County Court of Har­
The firm of 1. S. Geer & Co. have
ney comity, State of Oregon
closed, are resting from their labors Olive Rutherford, Frankie Ruther­
visit.
”16 to 1” spectacles, that is, thev
ford, Alma de Coudress, Libbie de
We, the undersigned legal voters of will sell you the same quality of
and
wondering
what
the
outcome
— M. N. Fegtlv sold his property
Coudress, Nil ea deCoudress, Ethel Drewsey precinct. Harney county, State
opposite the T imes -H erald build­ I will be.
| °* Diexott, do hereby petition the H>m glasses for one dollar you pay an
de Coudress, Gussie Robertson,
I
ing to Geo. Hagey.
KinuRlinrv Dotintv Court of Harney county. State occulist or specialist 16 dollars for.
—The Burns Band has procured Lillie Robertson, Gussie Kingsbury,
. .
' of Oregon, to grant to M. M McDonald This is no “gammon” but “straight
—J \V . Kelso since our last issue the Armory Hall for Christmas and Ada de Armend, Zepha Johnson, and Willie Altnow a license lo «ell spir­
goods.” Call and < xamine.
visied our merchants and did will give a grand ball. They ex | Delia Johnson, Castolia Johnson, itual«, mult and vinous liquors in lees •
j pect to have their new uniforms by • uunio
sutne trading.
Lewis mui
Bonham
iKnii c*«ivs
and vj*au>v>v>
Grace GittingS. ■ quantities than one gallon at their plaee 1
that
time
The
visitors
during
the month 'of busitiese in Drewsey precinct, counit
Noi ire.
— Renn rnl>er the solo concert in
of
Harney,
State
of
Oregon,
for
the
— IL member the Grand Thanks | were A. I. Johnson, Diet, clerk, Mrs period <>f six months from the 6tb da>
Loder's Hall tomorrow, (Thurs
(giving
Ball, given under the aus Curry, Mr. Hamilton snd Mr. ll<>w
The boarding house of Mrs.
dav) t veiling.
of Jnnuarv 1897, to
ard. school board, W. C. Bvrd Co. 1897:
Belle Geer, has the reputation of
Knights of Pythias.|
—H. E. Layton of the Wild'P’cts
School
Supt
,
Judge
Rutherford.
A I Johnson being first class in every particular,
Win Fredericks
Horse country spent st vert.l days Thursday evening, Nov 26th. Sup-
J M McMullin
R B Johnson and Mrs Geer is determined that
Dr.
Loder,
Mr-
Moffet,
Thor.
Lucas
| per at the Burns Hotel.
in Burns since our last issue
John (>it
Ileniy Masterson 'her house shall not lose its present
and J. de Coudress
—
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Rex
Scheiber
J
R
Drewett
John D I >.« Iv
—M N. Fegtl v, a resident of the
We are proud of our selu ol and
standing, but by every means in
,
D
Stuart
will
retire
from
the
Burns
Hotel
on
C
L McPherson
Owyhee corn tr)', who has been here
earnestly solicit the patrons of the
Ell Taylor
W F Loder her power will endeavor to increase
for several weeks on business, Lfi the 15th inst. and Mr. and Mrs. 11 school to visit us and see for them­ • L N Stallard
John L DeCoudres I its popularity. One meal at her
i B Sy mes will take possession. Mrs selves what the teacher and pupils I .,
this morning for home.
S D Mties
N E Duncan table i
convincing proof of her
Scheiber will still have charge of are doing.
M.
N.
B
onham
.
I
Li«
A
Gittinga
Win
Harness
—J. A Holkdav has sub-con
cuisine ability
The
the cooking department.
Teacher. W 1’ Rubbins
II Baird
t acted the Burns-Canyon City
French Hotel is again under the
S B Stewart
W F Kingsbury
mail route Notice change in ad.
Notice.
| S Williams
II l’resly
contra] of Mrs. Louis Racine.
in this issue. Passenger rates $5
Notice.
. II P Nelson
S W Hamilton
— Its a pity the silver men of
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E
J
Howard
A Hassett
Notice is hereby given that for
—Mrs D H. Jones and Miss
this community are so very ignor­
Il
’
oin
Delaiiv
J
W
Warner
_*»11 parties indebted to me will Jesse Bartlett
the purpose of making an exami-
Hope have organized a singing
R Drake
ant as not to know how to use their
please
come
forward
and
settle
ac-
class, for sm ill children, The class
C B Macon
JolingM Howaid ! nation of all persons who may offer
franchise. We are informed that a
counts, I am badly in need ofi Merlin McMullin
W F Mofl' •' themselves as candidates for teach-
meets at the church on Saturday ,
prominent citizen expressed his money, and will be sued for mv li-J James Small
Eil
Washburn era of the schools of this county,
afternoons al 2 o’clock p in.
pity because of our ignorance and abilities unless I can collect and, . ",llia,n8
M F Howard the county board will hold a pub
—Prof Brooks of thj N arrows we presume excused ns because of
1.1 A Bartlet
A Altnow
pay up.
M art B renton . j<) F Right
lie examination at the school house
accompanied by Emanuel Clark this pardonable weakness of our
W J South
in
Burns beginning at 1 o’clock p.
Jacob Lutz
J S Keuyon
and Albert Reinentan was in town minds and faulty* education. Poor
F M Gibier
Axel A Hansen m. Wednesday Nov. 11th. 1896.
Administrator't A’otice.
last M *uday on legal business.
Bryan, if he knew this decision
E S Wood
T B Finer | The board will consist of Proff«.
— Pine Creek cast 24 votes last how badly he would feel it, to sup­
•Vin
Altnow
W
A
RobertBon
Notice is hereby given to all per­
J. M. Peebles, Chas. Leonard and
A F MaBterson.
Tuesday all for Bryan. So we pre pose he had so long advocated a sons holding claims against the es­
the countv school superintendent.
sume that j recinct will get the measure, through ignorance inimi- tate of 1’. F. Stenger, deceased, to|
Dated this 10th dav of Oct, ’96.
11 n v t f ti e Banner Bryan Precinct! cal to the true interests and wants presentthe same to the undersigned j — Dance and turkey supper at
W. C. B yrd ,
Narrows on the evening of Nov.
' of the people. But the silver hor­ at his office in Burns, Harney | the
of this countv.
20th
County School Superintendent.
Everybody is cordially in­
net nest has been disturbed and its county, Oregon, verified as by law , •
— Dr Hi rton and family left
vited to be present, as accommoda- piNAL PROOF
ignorant slings have only begun.
required, within six months from | ,• Q
‘
j" f
■■"■’■•• ■■■«'*«
lit te ) estt rday to be absent all win
, ,
’
.
I Hons will be made for a large at-
—Chas. Voegtlcy wants those the date of this notice
LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON.
trr. Miss Dot Bowen went in com.
I tendance,
October 5, 1S96.
in
need
of
furniture
to
give
him
a
Dated
at
Burns,
Oregon,
this 1 ___
p«nv with the Dr's. family to
■
Notice in herrby given that the following
• a
named settler has filed notice of hia intention
I I “
Uiegon City this state to visit her call. He has a complete line of 30th day of September, 1896
to make final proof in support of hiaclaim,and
chairs,
rockers,
bed
room
sets,
etc.
!
that
«aid pniof will be made before Rexiater
M aurice F itz G erald ,
sister Mrs Gradon woo resides in
and Receiver U 8. Land Office at Burna Oregon
I on Nov. it. DWti, viz: B axtkk It. P ortih
Administrator.
that place.
— Hugh Smith is no v doing the1
absolutely pure
i
I
I
I
COUGHS and COLDS
ELY'S PINEOLA BAL8AM la a aure Remedy
butcher act for our < itizens. Hugh 1
for cougha, colda, aore throat and for aethtna. It
aoothea, quiekly
will endeavor to keep his shop sup­
Abates the cough,
Thia
1«
Your
Opportunity.
and rendera expect­
plied with the best of beef, pork and j
oration
easy.
On receipt of ten cents, cn«h or «tamps,
mutton.
generou« «ample will be mailed of the
a _
Consumptives
popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure
will invariably derive
—Jorgensen has the finest and (Ely
(Ely's
«nfficienXo demon-
demon­
’« Cream Balm) «ufficien*to
benefit from its nee.
Many who suppose
best lot of goods that ever came to strate the great merits of the remedy.
their cases to be con­
ELY BROTHERS,
sumption are only
Burns; go and see for yourself.
suffering
from a
56 Warren bt., J'<w York City.
chronic cold or deep
He
is
also
taking
Cabinet
Photos,
Her.
John
Rri<1.
Jr.
.
r
f
r
r-
nt
Fa
’
to,Mont.,
seated
cough,
often
— r u ' >ld and ail ver standard,
„
.
awfravated by ca-
recommended Ely’s < ie:.m 1 n in to me. I «___ _ For
at
13
per
dozen.
I)o
not
forget,
to
„ catarrh
___________
, ’ ______
nee Ely
s (‘ream _ Balm. Both
do very well to talk at rout, but at
can emphasize hin sti •■ tie r’. ‘ It is a posi­ -einedlea «re _ pleasant
to nee. Cream Balm,
II
‘
SC eta.
go
and
see
what
he
has
on
hand.
per
boule;
Pl
neola
Balaam,
ttk.
8->ldb
r
Plneola
Balsam.
Me.
8-dd by Drngglsta.
tive
cure
for
catarrh
if
used
nsdirected.
”
—
this office we see so little of either,
KLY
BROTHERS,
M
Warren
Bi.,
New
York.
Rev. Francis W. Poole. Pastor Central Pre*.
that we are perfectly willing to1 — B. F. Campbell, residing in Church, Helena, Mont.
take cord wood on subscriptions Burns, keeps constantly on hand
Ely’s Cream Balm Is the acknowledged
JOHN F. STRATTON'S
«■so hay and grain. Subscribers all kinds of fruit and kindly solic­ cure for catarrh and contain« no mercury
CELEBRATED
nor any injurious drug. Price, 50 cent*.
pUa«e take the hint throw two or its the patronage of the citizen« of
BirmingtiamSteelStrlitg*
tnree aacksof grain into your wagon Burns and vicinity. Parties desir­
far Vlella, «ultar. Mandolin. Banjo
_____
Finest M»dr. Extra Platrd
' fore starting to town, dump it at ing to purchase cannot do better as
•«Ml MMK Warranted not to rust Send for Catlg
’h< T imes H erald o fl ice, pay up Mr. Campbell proposes to sell his
JOHN F. STRATTON.
Imparttr, Manafatlat tr and Wholttait Dtaltr'
your old account aud renew.
fruit cheaper than the cheapest.
—The MeKinleyites Cel bruted
their success Monday night in this
place, made jubilant speeches, and
talked lots of money in circulation
and prosperity to kill. Well we
certainly hope their predictions
will l»e verified.
Wanted-An Idea
B
811.813. 815. 817 E. »th St., N. Y.
^■" s ’ r ' b ?^“-
, or the H w !4, 8€C M’ T p
He naiad« the following witnesses to provs
hla continuoua residence upon and < ultivation
oi. aaid land, vis: Charles owen, Edward B.
Water«, David Flnnemore, and Jarnea Dalton
all of Burna, Oregon.
THOMAS JONES. Register.
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well by gett ing Ferry's Seed«. Mi
■ hon't let chance determine BH
»your crop, but plant Ferry's
W Meed«. Known and sold *
* everywhere.
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Before you plant, get
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Ferry's Seed Annual 1
for IMUS. Contain« more praol
tlcal Information for farmers]
I and gardener« than many hlgli-j
priced text book«. Mailed free. J
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