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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1896)
—Polk Gearhart paid our town a
visit last week
— Lee Caldwell and family have
returned to Bure#
—Joe Williams paid u« * «bort
visit last Monday.
—J A Halladay. Canyon City
and Bums ni» i route contractor,
has been n town several days.
—A letter from Dr H M Horton
wh. * now in Ukiah California m-
fcrmo u« >f his rc<d health, bat lot*
of rair He say»
expect* to tw
water b and for the winter.
—Our dailv mail thia muddy
w-*tt ’-.sr -t so jn?mp< a* naval,
bars: it reta here every day which
tc it? .‘redi: considering the
condition of the roads.
—’.Ve are informed that G. W.
Haye- f this p'^.e is an aapirant
for the :■ -.tMO of Register in the
Burrs lar 1 office and Jame* Done-
ga- for Receiver
— We understand W. H. Hogan
was ■. town tw or three days since
our la-’ ss’je. but he did not show
up at this office with his usual
buc-- ’. : ews we presume he was
iv ; rebasing china ware for
r. Ike Foster.
—Frank Kingsburry. of Drewsev
is visiiii g friends in this place.
-- remember that Mr
K. z« :rv was partially paralvzed
la*: * m - r the whole f one side
being effected, he is now sn far re
covered as to walk with the aid oi
—White owls bare made their
appearance incertain localities in
this state and Washington. They
we presume. came from the arctic
reg-.-i -, and f course, are said to
winter thia winter or some other in
A p’« asing account of a govern
ment entirely under feminine rule
come* from the little Indian ocean
island f the Maidive and Lacca*
dive group«. The woman is the
bead both of the government and
of the home, and when sh- mar
ne- b-r hu-band takes b«r nante
a. d tak»« over ali his earning*
thr . oTt
am d life Silk
gown* a-e th- universal wear, th*
nit g red «¡Iks ar d
■ t >e 1 wer ten ap-
dark *'r i*-d silk of coarser
teachrr- wi>l lw n 1ère* ted inarate
tried aotne tir
ago in Chamber-
bu’» Pa A
- had kick’-d a lit
tie girl on ♦ L
ar ground at re-
• I was dismiss«»!
the bov wa* < ■4 forward for p-i-i-
tehment. Mi’ refneed to go and
Se drew a
kn»fe upon I
teacher. The b»»v
■ a« o
wr»er. and «
g ven a t!-a
« • h » h drew Mood
the boy hai the
few aasault and
■raiding jedg* said
-t w*a on* of in-
»4 that be had de
CtJed the-» v
’ -re that he wa*
at the head
•»- *chool. In the
op uiofk of
• ** the wh ppi nr
revere. The jure
•• and coat« of the
prewre-jtw*» w-re placed on tb-
How thr Electoral Tots UTrai<-
milted to the Capitol.
The electors of each state shall
meet on the first W edoeeday in
December following the presidential
election a: the place designated bv
the state legislature, in this state
Sa.eui > named. For fear of some
contingeney. the federal statue*
have provided to fill vacancies that
might occur. After the vote* a-e
cost one person is chosen, to Per
soua.lv. deliver the vote to th«
president of the Senate at the
Cpaitoi. before the first week in
January if the president of the
senate is not in W astington at the
time the rote is put into the hands
•f the secretary of state. A v-cond
v te or certificate is mailed direct
to the pr*?.dent >f the senate so to
reach Waahington before the firs:
week in January A third one is
delivered to the federal judge of the
distr..: in .which the electoral col
The second Wednesdav in Feb
ruary congress is in session and the
electoral vote is formally cast
Hui.usgtcn, Ore. M^rch 21. ISSo.
D eas S ib : —We are now starting
in the new year. Computations
for last year are completed. We
hr. i chat our firm s Id durirg 1' >5
the enormous amount oi 167 car
loads of goods, equal to ten train
loads— -: thi
this we thank our patrons.and prom-
the ?ame generou« treatment in
the future. During 1896 we will
sell doser than ever, and no honest
compr’.itors will le allowed to do
m»ref>rvou than ourselves. We
are here for your business, we must
have it. if h nest count, weight.and
treatment and I.ew prices will do
it. Call or write us
For Sale Or Trade.
The Annual Teachers Institute
for this county opens Monday. Dec.
2*th l>y6. al 9:30 a m. and cloaca
Thnr-d-y. Dee 31st. 1?96- at 3:3»>
o’clock. The Institute will be held
in the public school building at
School officer* and a’.l friends of
popular education are cordially in
vited to attend.
The law as quoted on page 23
under section 25. Oregoo School
Law. will tie cloeely followed bv
MONDAY. DEC 28.
MR. H. B. SYMES Proprietr.
MEALS 25 C ENTS.
9:30 to 10, Introductorv, Supt. labor employed.
W. C. Byrd.
10 to 10:45. Inaritute work. H. A
10:45 to 11:30, Common fractions
Rooms according to location
Remember we give the best meal in town.
Parties desiring regular board are requested to consult »he
aftebnoc - n session .
1:30 to 2:15, History, Chas. Coch
2:15 to 3. Primarv Geography..
Miss Alic** Gorham I
3 to 3:30. Duties if Directors. M
Tl’ESDAY. DEC 29.
9 30 to 10:15, Decimal Fractions.
Rufus M* Brook«.
l»j:15 to 11. Writing Mis* Phoebe
11 to 11:30, Primary Reading,
BrD Me INTYRE.
1:30 to 2:15, History. Chas. New- i
Brick Always on Hand for Local Custom.
2-15 to 2:45, Or . grsphy. Mis«
Veneering box. or frame house* almost as cheap as rustic and
2:45 to 3:30. Advanced Work in
wall, durable, . very
much more comfortable— m»kf«
i------ --- a «olid
. wirm in
» autv * bools.'»erald Griffin.
winter and cool and pleasant in summer.
WEDENSDAY. dec . 3).
Parties not conversant with the Veneering process and waM a
finished wall in residence, will do well to consult Mr. Mclbtyre
9:» to 10:15. Business
■ before finishing with rustic.
Chas. Leonard. _
XI- Mentxi .vrnutnnj” >
*J. M. Peebles.
11 to 11:30, Advanced Reading.*
J- M Peebles^
—100 acre- of fine fruit land in
———------------- —------- —"
10 acre Ivts 5 mile* sooth of Eugene
1:3»»to 2:15, Grammar. H. A.»
Oregon. 1 mile west of Spenser
Butte. Lots at $4* t) each
2.15 to 3. Practical Measure-.
and cattle part pay on each lot if
ment, J. M Peebles.
the purchaser so desire*. For fur- ;
', General Discussion on
th- ’ iaf rmatioQ inquire at thi-
YHVRSDAY. DEC 31.
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:•? l'.':15. Percentage. J. M. Leaves Burn* daily at 6:30 pm .
Arrive* at Ontano in 42 bool*
10:15 to 11. Grammar. Cha?
Fare One way $7.-50. Round trip $15lX>
41 to 11.30, Physiology. H A
Through freight 3jcta. a pound.
Two dav* -ntice at any P. O. on the route and covered coaches sil
1:30 to 2:15. Theory and prac ’Ve furnished for paasangers.
ties. Ch*«. Newell.
2:1'» V» 3. Discipline. J. M Pee I
3 to 3 :V». Duties of Teacher«.
T: -re s no registration fee re-
uired >f teachers, or any other ex-
p nse to ¿them. All should attend
and he p and be helped.
l.*ct »re* will be delivered each
ever ng d iring the institute on sub
ject« it struetive and entertaining
H. M. HOkTON
by K-v D. H. Jot -*. Rev. Arthur
E'vse. M. F; tri »era Id. Cha*. Leon
ard and J M Peebles.
H. A. Williams. Prepnetot.
DRUG* MEDICINES. CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINE?
STATIONERY. DIAMOND DYES. CHOICE PERFUME?
A FANCY TOTI.ET ARTICLES TOBACCO. CIGAR? ETC
> w •-
Fine Wines &
Liquors for Medical
Prweri ptioos accurate]v compounded.
First C.««a Dentai W«rk