The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, December 23, 1896, Image 7

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    Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
—Don’t forget Henry Cheatham
t
baiher, desires a part of your pat-1
,
ronage, at the new barber shop.
lace and blanket sheets
—Mrs. Louis Racine, proprietress
L d NESDAY DECEMBER. ’-3 18'6.
A. Cowing’s.
of the French Hotel, will have a
—Cash paid for hidesTty S. Durk-
grand dinner on * hristmas day.
( he largest circulation of heimer.
i
I — Mrs. Martha Adams, who now j
„ newspaper IN this county .
—Codfish, mackerel and salmon I occupies the Gt o Noting residence
ABSOLUTELY PURE
I
at Mason A London's.
solicits the patronage of the public
—
Scarlet
fever
has
made
its
ap
­
for plain sewing, repairing and
Local News.
pearance in Canyon City.
cleaning gentlemen s clothing-
Notice
cut it oil" on July 4th, next, wl
fl'lie Hotel Burns will give a
—
Mr
Bouten
of
Diamond
made
fctmai dinner.
— Hugh Smith is now doing the, was done. The bill of sale is
us a business call last Saturday.
The boarding house f Mrs.
butcher act for our i itizens. Hugh file in the auditor’s office.
■Christmas goods at Mrs. A. A.
Bell.
Geer, has the repn tion of
---- • • •
—■
—The Christmas taee will be in will endeavor to keep his shop sup- ■
I
Ing’s.
being first class in every ! ttcular,
Administrator's L of ice.
Locher’s hall.
plied with the best of beet, pork and ,
ball
supper
at
the
(Christmas
d that
and Mrs. Geer is detern
—That Christmas ball is going j mutton.
L h Hotel. All come.
present
Notice is hereby given to all por­ her house shall not losi
to be “alright.” Be sure to attend. ; _jorgenBen h;l8 the finest and ,
ms ill
sons holding claims against tile standing, but by every
k Brown A Sons have just re-
Messrs
G,
W.
Thompson,
John
i
best
lot
of
goods
that
ever
came
to
1
o
her
power
will
endeavor
crease
11 a lot of fresh Eastern oysters.
estate of Chas. W. Jones, deceased,
Heintz and J. A. McCune are in ( Burns; go and see for yourself,
l’li itos 1to present the same* to the under­ its popularity. One n> ! it her
In the mining regions of Alaska town this week.
He is also taking Donut
Cabinet forget To'3^'^1 atberlmme on Cow Creek, table is convincing pt n»f of her
to s is only worth $100 per
-
X mas — - Don - ’t forget
that —
Wor-1 i at $3 per dozen,
j Harney county, Oregon, or at the cuisine ability.
go
and
see
what
he
has
on
hand.
thington is receiving the finest dis
office of Maurice FitzGerald in the
^■•There will be a dance at the play’ of Xmas goods in town.
—
W
hen
you
want
beef,
pork
|
town of Burns, Harney county, Ore­
¡Hpj V New Yeats’ eve. Thursday
mutton,
venison,
sausage,
pure
leaf
gon, verified as by law required,
—Graham Hour and all kinds of
Hsbt-
lard N8 and tallow or any kind of within six months from the date of U. 8. LAND OFFICE, BI' k X
ECON.
groceries at Mason & London’s.
NOV 61, 18!'
tine line of Christmas pres
fresh <r salt meats, whole sale or this notice.
, Comp aint having been etiti-i
hm iiftice
—Fashionable dress making by retail, at as cheap rate as the
tie found at N. Brown it
Butt French limit nt Ji hi A,
» »I for
Dated at Burns, Oregon, this) | by
failure to comply with law an t<
-I ulltire
Mrs. Kilbury at her rooms at The cheapest, call on Hugh Smith, the
I
Entrv
No
536dated
Julv
K,
1
a 8- .
the
EU
j 7th day of November. 1896.
NEL*, NW1« NE',* A NE1« HE1
1 p. 27 s
Burns.
Burns Butche-. All orders prompt
R 81 E, ill Harnev County, Ore
it view
J ennie J ones ,
■-Fresh beef, pork, veal, mutton
to tlie cancellation of said <
it cut ant
I
ly
delivered,
free
of
charge.
—
Harney
County
Warrants
tliat aald John W. L -
h tail <1
J» dressed turkeys at the Peoples
Ad minist ratrix. alleging
to break, or plant to Tree see, h I ' ■ oot* or
wanted
by
N.
Brown
&
Sons.
Cuttings
the
required
ten
acre*
.
number
■pt Market.
—Henry Miller, of the P. L. S.
of acres, during the third yen
nilikiUK
Notice.
Hiiid entrv. to wit, 1889. or at a
Highest cash price paid.
hat emit
Ge.
did
not
forget
the.
children
of
failure still exists at this date, i
■-l.euions, Fresh Oysters and
he said
eticrxmnn has wholly failed
’ with
—Remember Hugh Smith, our Burnsand Harney this Christmas. |
tin T. c. Laws witli regard to
■pi se at the Peoples Meat Market
and has
.Ml parties indebted to me will wliollv abandoned the same. 'I
partici
butcher, is Belling meat at reduced (it has always been Mr. Miller’s
are hereby summoned to nppen
i :l-e office
■the Grace building.
prices
1 custom to give something every please come forward and settle ac- I of Frank 8 Reide-, Notary I’m
'imnond
I Oiegon, on tlie'jnih day < f De< <■
I . I Stitt at 10
■— IL ni< other the bed room sets
_ r
’clock n m. to respond mid fur
h itnonv
—Guns, Bicycles, Mowers and ¡year for a Chris -tmas tree and has counts, I am badly in need of ' o concerning
said alleged failure
I
I hearing
■(' 11. Voegtly’s when buying
money,
and
will
be
sued
for
mv
Ji-
(
i in this case at this office tie*
at 10
all kinds of machinery repaired donated $25 for that purpose to the ’
■ristmas gifts for yeur wife.
abilities
unless
I
can
collect
and
•
”
’
clo
'
k
THOMAS
J<
N
Register.
promptly and satisfactorily at the | children of Burns and a like
pay up.
M art B renton .
___ _____
■lARGAiNS — Worthington will |C. H. Vocgtly Hardware store.
amount at Harney.
■e them to you on all goods, toys,
—Remember when in town and
—We iave positive knowledge
NOTICE.
■oks, nuts, candies, etc.
hungry Mrs. Belle Geer will tet be | that J. W. Sayer has now on the
‘Petitionfor Liquor License.
■—Cash ami the best price paid fore you a first class meal for two- way and will be here by’ .J in. 5th,
I.AND OFFICE
AT BURN-
: EGON,
■r Harney County Warrants at bits.
one of the great Telephone Co’s, To the Honorable County Court of Har­
DEC. 5, 1896.
ney county, State of Oiegon
1 Complaint having been enteie I
■. Brown A: Sons.
h office
—We will have Fresh Oysters, highest grade Gramophone and
We, the undersigned legal voters of by Anwg Hod Hon against Louie ‘ | I i harrit for
his Homeslea I Hili n ’<> 77. ilat-
■ — Re sure to take in the dance Lemons, Oranges andfUtah Cheese Graphophone’s in the world, which • Drewsey precinct. Harnev county, State uliandoiiing
ell Feb 27, 1896, . upon
the SE1 . , sw
S’.’ 1, io.li -ya8E-
.
22 mid NE
NE!.«
1,* N
NW
W* 1 , Sec
Sec27.
27. 'I ’l
It 28 E.,
■pw Year’s Eve., and dance the I fOrtthe holidays at theJPeoples Meat has been in litigation for the past, of Oiegon, do hereby petition the Hon in * See
Harney county.
county, Oregon, win
will n a
in tlie
County
Court
of
Harney
county,
State
.
c'.
’
.
„;ion
said
entrv,
tin-
sai
cancellation
of
iaid
entry,
the
rm
p„
k-c are
13
years,
and
a
large
lot
of
musical
|
■<1 year out and the New Year in. Market in the Grace building.
summoned to appt ar a. I
hereby eiitninoned
1 mid Of­
t*....... at * Burna, "~z.,
..... uarv.
supplies sufficient to give an even of Oregon, to giant to M. M McDonald fice
Ore., a on a« the loth da
jiii
JQQ
’
V
»>
1ft
..
■ —Christmas candies and con-
—Chas. Voegtley wants those 0
1897,*! 10 o’clock A .M ., to rcHpou .uni furnish
and Willie Altnow a license to h «11 spir- testimony
concerning
said
aband.
mei
i
entertainment. This machine itotiH, malt and vinous liquors in less
■ctions more for the money than in need of furniture to give him a ings
1
THOMAS JON i , K»‘ liter.
■ v other house in town, at the call. He has a complete line of is
13 spoken of in the highest terms quantities than one gallon at their place
■
. .........................................1
■nfectionery in the French Hotel chairs, rockers, bed room sets, etc. hV th® Scientific American and our of business in Drewsey precinct, county
people will do well t» see and heari0* Harney, State of Oregon, , for the pUNAE PROOF
'
i ..r .......... * i r
. the
i 5lh day
■—We had a cold “snap” and
C andies —Persons expecting to .4, (t.
J period of six months from
ot January 1897, to the 5th day of July LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON.
■en a soft “snap.” now we aTe have Xmas trees will do well to
Decent bet 4, 18ii<>,
■aving an i----- 1 muddy “snap.”
call and get Worthington’s prices
Burns, Or., Dec. 4, 1896. 1897:
Notice In hen by given that the following
Win Fredericks
A I Johnson| named settler has filed notice of IH h Intention
I, the undersigned, give notice j j VI‘
make final proof in support of his « iaini and
■—Christmas exercises for the on candies and all needed orna­
R B Johnson to
that said proof will be made be I. re Register
purchasing.
that
after
this
date
I
will
not
be
■ ildren of Burns at the First Pres, ments before
Receiver It S. Land Offices' BurnsorcKow
I John (jtt
Henry Masterson and
♦
ou January 15, 1897, viz: Pleasant M. Cheney
■lurch bv Rev. D. FI. Jones and
Hd.
No. 106, for the 8'., NE‘. mid e L
—Mrs. O. D. Rusk wishes to responsible for any debts contract I J R Dre welt
John I) Daly N W 14 entry
See 10, Tp. 22 S K. 25 E
*
i
D
Stuart
ed
by
any
member
of
my
family.
C L McPherson
■ iss Hope next Sunday evening.
inform the public that she will not
lie names the follow ing wltnen.es lo prove
W F Loder his continuous residence upon mid cultivation
H enry L. H arkey . I E II Taylor
oi, said laud, viz: Walter It. Parker, of Burns
I —A “cri. k” in the neck is the do any dress making after Dec.
L N .Stallard
John L DeCotidres Oregon, Hold. J Williams, W in. B .l< hnson*
25
1896.
and Edward F. Best, all of Riley, Oregon.
’
Prevailing complaint in California
S I) Miles
N E Duncan
THOMAS JONES. Register.
Program.
Jas
A
Gillings
Kt this time caused by the head
B orn —To the wife of Jeff Cawl-
Win iiarneHH
\V 1* Robbins
II Baird
Ihrown back looking for air-ships, field of Warm Springs the 14th.
The following program will be
8 B Stewart
W
F
Kingsbury
■ —There has been doubts ex inst. a nine pound boy. Mother rendered at the Christmas tree to I S Williams
II l’resly
Pressed regarding the safety of the and son doing well but Jeff’c re­ piorrow night:
II I* Nelson
S W Hamilton
Music .................................. B. B. BJ E J Howard
I. 'Cher hall. The hall has been covery is doubtful.
A Hassett
J
W
Warner
Invocation
............
Dr.
McPheeters
J*""
Examined l»y three competent men
— Lee Caldwell has rented the
Jess« Bartlett
R Drake
I
Song
(Merry
Xmas)
Little
children
And pronounced perfectly safe.
barber shop now occupied by Henry
| C B Macon
JohnfM Howard
Recitation........
. Dolores Raciiw ( Merlin McMullin
W F Molle I
1 —The county clerk has issued Cheatham and in a few days will
Song
(Anthem)
.................
Choir
,
•I
huib " Small
Ed
Washburn
he
strapping
razors
shaving
cus
■narriage license to Dr. W. F. Lodvr
M
F Howard
•
M.
lFitzGeraldi
SNWillidm8
Recitation
....
Bud Miss Nellie Gittings tn enter tomurs and dispensing news for
“
' J A Bartlet
A Altnow
have a Reading
Mrs. H. W. Welcome) ------
() p .light
p
Li the n<atrimonial road to happi which it is said barbers 1
W J South
SonK .................................... children Jucnb LlJtz
J K Kenyon
biess and prosperity. Both the con weakness.
Solo................................ Mrs.‘Jones F M (übler
Axel
A Hansen
|racting parties are residents of
L ost —On the road between here Address.................... Prof Peebles E 8 Wool
T B Finer
Drewsey.
♦Vm A It now
W A Robertson
and the Island cattle ranch, one
Santa Claus.
I
A F Masterson.
—If you want to buy a nice pair of heavy silver mounted spurs 1
t
re uly made garaient call on us and I I belonging to Ixiyd Johnson. The
There is a man in Seattle, Wash., j
we can show you a fine line of I finder will confer a favor by return­ who wears a beard net his, nor is
goods. But on the other hand if ing them to the owner or leayingi it false. The gentleman in ques­
you desire to order a eood and I them at this office.
tion, bet his luxuriant beard that
stylish suit, look over our line of
Bryan would be elected, but when
M arried —At the home of the he was called upon to pay the debt,
samples and you wi'l be convinced
that we carry a finer line of "sain bride, in Burns, on last Thursday he begged, that in as much as he
well tiegun I h half done. Begin
well liy getting Ferry’« Seed».
pies and a lower prices than any the 17th Mr. Frank Baker and Miss had been wearing it for twenty­
lam t lei chance .letermlne
your crop, but plant Fi rry’s
tsaveling saleman taking orders Grace Riggs were united in mar­ eight years, and that the winter was
Heeds. Known and sold «
riage,
M.
L.
Lewis,
justice,perform
­
everywhere.
W
for clothing. If our measurements
just coming on and the loss of it
Before yon plant, get
W
are not correct you do not have to ed the ceremony. T he T imes -H er ­ might result fatally to him. to lie
Ferry’s Seed Annual 1
for 1896, Contains more prao-l
take any garment ordered. No de­ ald heartilv join the friends of the allowed towear it during the winter,
Ucal Information for farmers I
posit required from responsible young couple in congratulations which was granted on the condi- i
(and gardeners than many high-J
£ '‘«Til’
J’ook"-
free.*J
parties. N. Brown & Sons, Burns wishing a life of happiness and pros­ tions that he give a bill of sale of
e. ■. vkhsy * <o., nrraoiT.
Oregon.
perity.
the beard and a written promise to
iimts-geraW.
—Don’t
da net
v
—New
at Mrs. A.
overlook the Christmas
Royal
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