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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1897)
tracked and followed as far as An
telope, at which point it was learned
—The Morning Dispatch, of The that he had secured a fresh horse
Dalles, discontinued publication | >30 hours before the arrival of the
officers. This gave him such an
advantage, that it was deemed use
—An exchange says the Indiana
less to continue, and the sheriff ’s
girl who wagered 1000 kisses on
Bryan now admits that McKinley
Supt. Williams has almost fully
was the advance agent of good
recovered from his wounds, and
took his place as principal of the
— Hon. A W. Gowan, of Burnw, Prairie City schools last Monday
our joint senator, is visiting friend« morning —Long Creek Eagle.
and relativiH hi the vallry previous
to the opening of the legislature,
which convenes next Monday.— In the I ircint
< ourt of ti.e Sta'e of Or
Heppner < iazette.
egon for Harney County.
.Volice o/ Sale of TieaI fstate Un
By virtue of an Execution issued out
of the Circuit Court of ilie State <4 Ore
gon, for Harney county, wherein Daly
aisl Bobbins were plaintiffs and Jamea
T. Motfet and Emma Moffett were de
fendant«. upon a judgment rendered ou
the 26th day of October, 1896, for Ihe
sum of Two Hundred and ninety-seven
dollars (1297 0'); tn U 8. gold coin, tie
sides costs and interest. I have this
day levied upon, all the right, title and 1
interest of said defendants, of, in »nd to
the follow iug described reHl estate, to-
wit : the SE '4, 8W ,'4 and SW '4 SE
14 of Section seven (7) in Township nine
teen (l'1 ' R Thirty four -it I
and the NE '4 NW
and NW '.j
of Section eighteen (18) in Townsli'l»'
nine'een 19) »S R. Thirty-four (34) E. '
Public notice is hereby given that I |
Tlie Board of < 'otnnilssjonei s for lile
—A momentary hurricane struck ; sale of School and ('liiv'iatty lauds o|
Saturday, the 9tli day of
Pendleton recently. The air was
med.» Stenger, divorced wife of p F. .la tiu ary, 1897,
filled with flying sign boaids, sticks,' Stenger, deceased, and Mary I. Sten I
I o'clock p in, of said day, in front of
timber«, etc A saloon building1 ger, Frankie Stenger, Cai Stenger and al
Peter Stenger, minor heirs of Ihe said the coint house door of tlie county of
had its front blown in and the W.' P F Stenger ami Elir.abeth .Stenger, Harney, sell at public auction for Unit
states gold coin, all the light title
A C 1! engine house was demolish guardian ot said minor heirs, Clara ed
Wickliffe, ami Maurice FitzGerald, ai.d interest of said defendant-'of in a. v J
ed. the building was badly wrecked administrator of the estate of P F i Io the above described property, or as
Stenger, deceased, defendants.
t niucli thereof as may be necessary to I
and strewn over the lot.
sHtisfy s iid judgment with interest and I
To Frankie Stenger, Cal Stetiger, Peter
costs to tlie highest and best bidder.
—A young man over near Stanger, Elizabeth Stenger and Clara
Dated this 7th day of December, 1896. i
Wickliffe, d< lemlants above named :
Heppner last week, says the Con-
A. J. M c K innon ,
III Ihe name of Ihe State of Oregon,
iff Harney county, Oregon . .
don Globe, was entrusted w it h the ' von and each of yon are hereby required I By S am Slie,
M otiiekshkaii , De >nty
money to bring home a gootl family ’ I I V?
lì Lol il < «i i i . t
ilio <lb>riA>o oritllii-il
tile<l against voti in thè »trovo entilled
Th' hopeful son aliti oli <>r befoie thè tir-t day of 'he
Hui.tir.gton, Ore., March 21. 1896.
carried oil a neighbor’s daughter, nexl leiiii ar terni of thè alsrve eutitled
rutili, to wit, thè 17tli day ot Mav, 1897.
D kak S ik : —W e are now starting
married her and brought her home,
Voli wtll take hot ice flint if voli fati
the new year. Computations
declaring that she was the best lo appetir Hiid answer or plead witllin
will ter last year are completed.
family sewing machine that lie take judgment
| demanded in plaintiff's complaint.
You w ill take notice that service of | the enormous amount of 16? car-
State Superintendent G. M. Ir , Ihe Imegoingsummons by publication is loads of goods, equal to ten train
made upon you bi order of the lion M '
win will recoin mend to the next l>. t'liflord. < ireuit .lodge for Haru»y loads—just think 167 cars—For
legislature the enactment of an t'oiinty, Oregon, and that said order this we thank our patrons,and prom
I was made and dated in chambe.s at
amendment to th«educational laws 1 -ii.yon i ity, < > egon, on the 22d day of ise the same generous treatment in
of the state, to add two n'tfir. t xl DecembeJ, lhllli
the future. During 1896 we will
Gi-:o. W H ayes ,
books to the common school curric
Atlornev for Plaintiff
i sell eloser than ever, and no honest i
I hey arc civil government
competitors will be allowed to do
MR. II. B. SYMES, Proprietr.
MEALS 25 CENTS.
Rooms according to location.
No chin s®
Remember we give the best meal in town.
£W“Parties desirng regular board are requested to consult 'he
and good morals
— Powder river
ure having rare sport tbe«e
round ups in which
more fir you than ourselves. We
are here for your business, we must
have it, if honest count, weight.and
treatment and Lew prices will do
Cali or write us
O. C. Co
hundred farmi i m takt part
rd on horses iml followed by p icks
otdogs they i ,fi.
the dogs are given full opportunity
pr< 11y Will cleam d
coiintv this winter
has been scoli red I \
lately, lind they luid I
difficult V in
i hey wanted,
says the Lakeview
I I x immer
Course S line lire holding for better
recu ring t he n u ml» r t
prie! s. I Ut it is thought
ii olii »in wkll Tanti» K kmkiiv .-Mr»
Wtu .stea's S, h tIling-yrup I ihs l-ven u»e<i fot
elei filli i.msl.i iiìilllous otmoiher» for tlieir
' lilMo-ri « lite tieihlng, with perfeet «licei'»«
* tlie « hibl. »«.fieni thè kuiiir . sii».»
»11 |.»ili, . ore» va tini eolie, nini i» thè besl reme
etti t. r lUHrrhroe»
li plesasnt to thè tasie
-olii i l timaxl»'» tu everv ynrt ef thè World,
lo. liti tlieeent» a Imttle. ftaialuet» tinaia
II. mi e sud s*k for M rs W inddow'*
-eoi li li » - i rii)., »n.l take no other k i nd.
local in his holm' paper once it year I
«ml tliinka he will l>ui|<| up a big
GEO S. SIZEMORE
the printer if
Vear Io four
I'i'liei .ton». land
Mun»< v • Mtig i/ine ha- been sold
Leaves Burns daily at 6:30 p
Arrives at Ontario in 42 hours
Fare One way *7.50.
Round trip *15.00.
Through freight 3|ct«. a pound.
Two dayf '^tice at any P. 0. on the route and covered coaches wil
1 Le furnished for passanger«.
II. A. Williams, Proprietor.
Hicks & Biggs
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
• * at ( anvon City and Burin'.
J0TX F. STZATT0.1
Ed Meadow'« Exrape.
who st ibi» ,|
O k kgon .
HIK a T Uh KS
Journal c>»sta ■ |nm
in t he A uuih's t ’omp inion « ..-•- •
I' I Meadows,
Parties not conversant with the Veneering process and want a
nicely finished wall in residence, will do well to consult Mr. McIntyre
before finishing with rustic.
of »20 i*>0 for the page
Brick Always on Hand for Local Custom
t -late inaiti i promptly attended to.
each id w hofll to oeciipv it quarter
of a page ami pay *i'iOOO, or a total
while i pig.
Bt I) M< INTYRE.
getting Itch off the profits, should
bear tn mind that the lust
ER and VENEERING
X H ;• r \ •* 1 <> it n Hinco very I rrr
count i v are hobt i ng, ai .d when f In v
do let go prices will take a drop
BRICK MASON, PLASTER
Veneering box, or frame houses almost as cheap as rustic and
much more comfortable—makes a solid wall, durable, very warm in
winter and cool and pleasant in summer.
—100 acres of tine fruit land in
10 acre lot* 5 miles south of Eugene
Oregon, 1 mile west of Spenser
Butte. Lots at *400 each
and cuttle part pay on each lot if I
the purchaser so desires, For fur- •
tlier i n for iHation inquire at
to I Illi dow ti t III' covote
For Salt* Or Trade.
’V tlhatna at Prairie Utty
otiti er of
the law will swoop d, wn
lik * a hawk on t chicken
He w aa
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.ifnp». •ccM«r»M. Harss».*
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nacos. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINES
STATIONERY. DIAMOND DYES. CHOICE PERFUMES
A FANCY TOILET ARTICLES. TOBACCO. CIC.ARS ETC
Fine Wines 4
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I nt it is only temporary, for when
h< ia least expecting. an
ha* triu |xtrarilv etici nd at- is. ip.
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rt centi v
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Liquors for Medical Purposes
rrwM'ription« acrnrafely compounded.
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