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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1896)
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
—There has be«n s»me sleigh
—Cash paid for hides by S. Durk-
riding.here in the last few days.
—Don’t forget Henry Cheatham
—Mr. Ed Lampshire has moved
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER, 2 18!*.
desires a part of your pat-
]agt ronage, at the new barber shop.
—A. S. Swain was in town
—Chas. Voegtley wants those
«A8 THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF Sunday.
need of furniture to give him a
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THI8 COUNTY.
—Codfish, mackerel and salmon
call. He has a complete line of
at Mason & London’s.
chairs, rockers, bed room sets, etc.'
—Harve Dixon butchered a pig
— Hugh Smith is no v doing the
a few days ago that netted 450
act for our citizens. Hugh . On motion of J. W. Biggs C P.
_ Ladies Cloaks and Jackets at
will endeavor to keep his shop sup- Rutherford wa8 made chairman, C
N. Brown & Sons.
X mas —Don’t forget that Wor plied with the best of beef, pork and
The boarding hous« of Mrs-
—The K. of P. ball was well at
thington is receiving the finest dis mutton.
■ on rnotion the chairman was au-, Belle Geer, has the reputation of
play of Xtuas goods in town.
—Jorgensen has the finest and thorized to appoint a committee of being first class in every particular,
— Price Withers is trading in
—Miss Rose Dickenson is visit best lot of goods that ever came to[ five on permanent organization, to and Mrs. Geer is determined that
ing her sister Mrs Symes at The Burns; go and see for yourself, draft platform, resolutions, etc , for her house shall not lose its present
Joe Rector ¡and Dora Poujade Burns.
He is also taking Cabinet Photos. | permanent organization of silver standing, but by every means in
came tn this morning.
—Call and examine our stock of'»1 $3 per dozen. Do not forget to clubs in the county. This to he her power will endeavor to increase
—Len Walton is going to Drew- Oregon City Clothing—N. Brown 1 go and see what he has on hand.
submitted for change, rejection or its popularity. One meal at her
gey tomorrow to see------
—W hen you want beef, pork, approval at the next appointed table is convincing proof of her
—Remember Hugh Smith, our ' mutton, venison, sausage, pure leaf meeting which will he held at the cuisine ability.
—Graham flour and all kinds of
is selling meat at reduced I ' ]ar(l and tallow or any kind of court house on Wednesday Dec. 23,
groceries at Mason <fc London’s.
11896, at 1 o’clock p in. The follow-
cr salt meats, whole sale or
jidtn inis tra tor's .Ao tice.
—Messrs. Mason and London are
—Guns, Bicycles, Mowers and
now stopping at the French House.
Notice is hereby given to all per-
all kinds of machinery repaired cheapest, call on 1 Hugh Smith, the c- Byrd, L. Woldenberg Jr., D L.
—Fashionable dress making by promptly and satisfactorily at the Burns Butcher. All orders prompt Grace, Cal McPheeters and Joseph ___
(estate of Chas. W. Jones, deceased,
Mrs. Kilbury at her rooms at The C. H. Voegtly Hardware store.
ly delivered, free of charge.
| Meeting adjourned to meet on
to present the samej to the under
— The gold and silver i-----------
B argains — Worthington will
the date above mentioned.
—Facinators and hats at great give them to you on all goods, toys, do very well to talk about, but at
signed at her home on Cow Creek,
C. A. SwEEK,
reduced prices at Mrs. A. A. Cow- books, nuts, candies, etc.
Harney coHnty, Oregon, or at the
this office we see so little of either,
C. P. R utmerford ,
of Maurice FitzGerald in the
—Bargains in Ladies and Misses
town of Burns, Harney county, Ore
—Mrs. L. Woldenberg Jr, ac- cloaks and coats at N. Brown <fc take cord wood on subscriptions
verified as by law required,
ceinpanied by her sister. Miss Will Sons.
I please take the hint throw two or
I within six months from the date of
iams, sre in town.
—Rex Scheiber is fixing up the uhree 8ack8of grai n into your wagon
... this notice.
—Mr. and Mrs. Ike Blevens left Grace business building for im before starting to town, dump it at * All parties indebted to me will,
here yesterday for their home in . mediate use in some line of business, the T imes -H erald office, pay up' please come forward and settle ac- • Dated at Burns, Oregon, this
counts. I am badly in need of • 7th day of November. 1896.
—Evaporated fruits lower than
J ennie J ones ,
—We are glad, indeed, to pub money, and will be sued for mv li
—Misses Mary and Leona Zeigler I are sold at the R. R. at N. Brown
lish the improvement of Mrs. M abilities unless I can collect and
have add-'d their names to the & Sons.
| H. Brenton. She has now so far re pay up.
M art B renton .
Burns school register.
—Johnnie Hunsacker of Prine covered her health as to be able to
—Mrs. Louis Racine, proprietress ville, paid our town a visit in the
be on the streets again.
Petition/or Liquor License.
of the French Hotel, will have a last week.
|U. 8. LAND OFFICE, BURNS, OREGON.
—The T imes H erald is ten years To the Honorable County Court of Har
NOV. 61, 1896.
grand dinner on Christmas day.
' —E. D Newsome is going to old today. This issue is the first t ney county, State of Oregon
Complaint, having been entered at thia office
by Burt French againat John W. Br< wn for
—The State Teachers’ Associa-1 California to visit his mother, whom of the eleventh and if it has not
We, the undersigned legnl voters of failure Io comply with lew aa to timber-culture
Entry No. NM'xlated July 1<, DW6, upon the EU
tion will be held at balem begin-1 | be
he has not seen for
I <|nite come up
i to the Oregonian and i l)reWR®y precinct. Harney county, State NFAi, NW»i NE« A NEV« 8EJ4 Sec 31, Tp. 27 B
R 31 E, In Harney County, Oregon with a view
„„d 1 of °'e«on’ 1,0 hereby petition the Hon to
ning the 20th of this month and
the cancellation of eald entrv, conteatant
—We see in our exchanges that Examiner in its circulation and
that raid John W Brown haa fail d
lasting one week.
break, or plant to Tree eeede, Tree roota or
the “Divine Healer Shrader,” is general news we hope at least, as a'of Ore|con> fo ur„nt (o M M McDonft|<1 to
Cuttings the required ten acrea or any number
—A fine assortment of ladies creating quite a commotion in the local paper it has held its own both and Willie Altnow a license to sell spir- of acre», during the third year after making
A I I o entry,
— — «V
V- J— or date,
I ¡toils, malt and vinous liquors in lees I r failure
and . Ilins
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Chriatmas goods will be exhibited state N. J.
in circulation and worth.
failed to comply
quantities than one gallon at tbeir place I eneryman
in a few days at the millinery store
to eatne, and haa
The committee appointed by of business in Drewsey precinct, county V*
—J. R. Jenkins, sheep-man, was
the tame. The aald parties
f . .
-•»•'•’’"-"jprwntmuuni.i are hereby lummone.l to appear at the office
of Mrs A. A. Cowing.
in town two days since our last is Judge Rutherford to draft platform of Harney, State of Oregon, for the »f Frank 8. Beider. Notary WbMc’st Diamond
• ■ - ■
Oiegon, on the 'Jlith flay of December, l«a> at IQ
—Mrs. Martha Adams, who now sue, laying in supplies fer his sheep resolutions etc., for a bimetallic period
of six months from the Sth day y »clockam,
to respond and furnlxh teatlmony
1897, to th. 5Ü, J.y of J„|,. | JJTO"!^t',SrtiS!',iU
occupies the Geo Young residence camps.
league, are hereby notified to meet
solicits the patronage of the public
at The T imes -H erald on Saturday I 1897:
THOMAS JONES. Register.
—Remember when in town and
I Wm Fredericks
for plain sewing, repairing and
Dec. 12th at 2 o’clock p. m.
• Jj M McMullin
hungry Mrs. Belle Geer will let be
R B Johnson
cleaning gentlemen’s clothing.
W C. B yrd , j John (jtt
fore you a first class meal for two-
J R Drewett
—It was reported here the first hits.
John D Daly
of last week that there was two feet
• 1) Stuart C L McPherson
—Call on N. Brown <fc Sons and
W F Loder
E II Taylor
of snow in Vale. We hear since we
be convinced that they have the
John L DeCoudres
The governor muat have “smole”
published the report m our last is
finest qualities and can sell you
N E Duncan •
S I) Miles
•ue that there |was no truth in the
when he read the following letter Jas A Gifting»
goods at close prices.
report, therefore consider it our
from a woman asking for a pardon W P Robbins
—Hank Levens has gone to his for her husband: “Dear Governor s B StewHi-t
duty to correct.
W F Kingsbury
Jned, and all Pat
.«Marate I ata.
native home in Douglas county on —Will you not please pardon my *
II Freely ent O«r
Office 1» Opposite U.S. Patent Offica,
"When the baby is done drink
we can aecura patent in laaa time than thoea
8 W Hamilton »nd
ing it must be unscrewed and laid
Send model drawing or photo., with deacrtp-
and see his dear children. We i Tom Delan.v
ion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of
in a cool place under a tap. If the
J W Warner
hSrV' Q"Lfee..not “no un patent la »eeared.
A Pamphlet. “How to Obtain Patenta," with,
baby does not thrive on fresh milk
—Christmas candies and con
ofaetual client» In jour (Hate, county, ot-
town, eent free. Addreoa,
it must >>e boiled.” The above is fections more for the money than
W F Moffet
*n advertisement in a Canadian any other house in town, at the old. They have neyer seen their .jMrne„ KrnaH
Oppoaita Patent o«ca, Waahteaton, 0. c.
confectionery in the French Hotel. father, because he has been shut up ] 8 N Williams
paper for a nursing bottle.
M F Howard
in that horrid prison fur the past J A Bartlet
A A know
C andies —Persons expecting to six years,—Gazette.
—Jap McKinhon, B. W. Hamil
W J South
ton, Jas. Moore and John Newman, have Xmas trees will do well to
J 8 Kenyon
F M Gibler
freighters, all loaded for our mer call and get Worthington’s prices
Axel A Hansen
jjw. W. K. Peeke, who
E 8 Woo«!
chants are on the road between on candies and ail needed orna
T B Finer
Meeting of Central Committemen iVm Altnow
W A Robertson
•ere and Iluntingtoh. Pretty tough, ments before purchasing.
A F Maateraon.
«y«. these cold nights, hut we sup-
—A Umatilla girl made an elec
B urns , Nov. 28, 1896.
oee you will have to stand it.
tion bet with a young man that if
Pursuant to announcement the
—Herman Ruh returned from McKinley was elected she would county central committeemen of
ortland a day or two ago, where marrv him if Bryan was elected he the democratic and peoples parties
e haa been to a specialist to have was to marry her She paid »he met at the court house at 2 o’clock
Atarrh of the head treated. Her- het.
.w*,,1,ba<un te half dona. Becfn^
• aii has been suffering for several
Ma of hie abeolnta mi
aixon t let cbanca determined
The following persons were pres
—Rev. Jones rec’d a letter yes
who may »end the"r P^o an7«?«anjr
bu< P»*nt Ferry's d
ears with thia disease and has be- terday from Wales announcing the ent: C. P. Rutherford, A. C. Worth
anown •*><» »old >
o»ne very hard of hearing. The death of his father on the 10lh of ington, M. FitzGerald, J. W. Biggs,
Before yoa plant, get
Vestment he received while in Port last mouth. He was 63 years old. Chas. Zeigler, C. E. Kenyon, A. J.
ed l-cnefited him a good deal and His death was caused from par Wilson, W. C. Byrd, John McKin-l
alysis. Mr. Jones has the sym
a".<'L**rdM>«rs than many high-,
t hop» a continuation of the treat- pathy of his many friends hsre in non, W. N. Jorgensen, Cal McPhee-1
hooka. Mailed free. J
a CO.. MTaarv aww
*nt will perfect a cure.
ters, H. E. Thompson, H. Hughson
his sad bereavement.
and C. A. 8week.
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