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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1897)
—Fre»b meats always on hands
at the Peoples Meat Market.
% hr ¡Jimrs-gtraW.
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY. 3 lb.7
AS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
ANY NEWSPAPER in THIS COUNTY.
—Snowing as we go to press.
—See ad of Mask Ball in this
—We noticed E. E. Grout on our issue.
— Mrs. Caroline Johnson is »till
—Notice the ad of the French confined to her room.
Hotel in this issue.
| _Lee Caldwell is not yet able to
—See N. Brown & Son» ad in take charge of the barber shop,
—Leaf Lard at the Peoples Meat,
—Mail orders given spec
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
I —Walter Cross came over from ial attention at Mason
— Hartley Comity Warrants
—Jorgensen has the finest and
lilvies last night.
wanted by N. Brawn A Sons.
best lot of goods that ever came to
—Ladies furnishing goods at cost Highest cash price paid.
— E. II King and wife of Harney
I Burns; go and see for yourself, it e T . i an'
Lid us a visit this week.
— Don’t forget that T he T imes - He is also taking Cabinet Photos..
at Mrs. A. A. Cowing's.
Do not forget to’
Jan. <>0, 189».
erald does the best .Job Printing at $8 per dozen.
—Miss Hattie Hill is visitisg in
—Don’t fail to read A. C. Worth
go and see what he has on hand.
, To whom it may concern: The
and at prices you can afford.
ington’s new ad in this issue.
ur town at this writing.
»official plat of the Btirvev of the
— Mr». Martna Adams, who now
1 ownship hereinafter named, has
—Mr. Randall,of Wagontir«, has
—Cash and the best price paid .... —Guns, nf Bijycles,
all kinds <
>een in town for several days.
for Harney County Warrants at
u and g8ti8tai.torily at the solicit» the patronage of the public •been approved by the United Sure
1C. H. Voegtly Hardware store
..... . sewing,
.......... “ repairing
................... and I veyor General for Oregon, and will
—The sheriff has a notice in this N. Brown & Sons.
cleaning gentlemen’s clothing.
be filed in this office, Monday,
B orn .—To the wife of J ob . Tup-
Remember when in town and
»sue to delinquent taxpayers.
March, 1897, at 10, o’clock a m, and
ker, yesterday morning, a girl i hungry Mrs. Belle Geer will tet he-
—Mr. Sig Durkheimer, formerly
— F. 8. Miller is in Burns for the
and after said day, we will be
| fore you a first class meal for two- in the employ of Mason A London,
Mother and child doing well.
irst time in several months.
prepared to receive applications for
has purchased the notion store of
— D. S. Graves had business in
I —Masks for the masquerade ball Racine Ar Reed where he will make land in eaid Township, viz: Town
your best girl out for Sunday din-, at A. C. Worthington’s.
ship 22, South, Range 4f E. W. M.
he county seat this week.
ner, take her to the French Hotel.
in Malheur county, Oregon.
—L. Woldenberg and C. IL
—About 9 inches of snow fell
T homas J ones , Register.
—The Hotel Burns has a new ad Voegtlv received some freight to
“Notice To The I hi bl it •.
iere last Thursday night.
A. A. C owing , Receiver.
in this issue. Remember you are
— Freeh Codfish, Mackerel, Salt well treated when at The Rums.
Religious services will be held
—Dr. H. M. Horton and family
mil Smoked Salmon, at Mason A
Sunday at Locher llall as fol
—Clearance sale at Ma are expected home from California
lows: Sunday School at 10 a m„
London’s- See ad in about the 15th of this month.
— McKinley has given the war
preaching at 11 a m. and 7:30 p
Parties knowing themselves in
—Tom Allen, of Silver creek, was m. Al) are cordially invited to at- debted to me are requested to call
jortfolio to Gen. Russell A. Alger.
—Try a package of Heckers Self doing busines» in^Burns the first °f|tend. Remember the place—Loch
and settle immediately by cash or
— Win. Glttiugs and wife have
Raising Buckwheat all ready for
I been visiting friends here fora few
immediate use. No salt, yeast or r
C. H. VoEUTLY.
—Geo. Turner, of Spokane, ’
Baking Powder required, for sale j
elected to the U. S. Senate by the
—J. P. Dickenson was in Burns at Mason & London’s.
legislature of Washington.
the latter part of last week visiting j —Our spring and summer cloth-)
The following verses are dedicat
his daughter, Mrs. S. B. Symes.
I ing samples are here and we can I that he has purchased the Elite ed to little Earl Claude McClure,
All accounts on Subscription or
—Chas. Voegtley wants those show you something new end styl
who died January 26. Written by
otherwise due T he T imes -H erald
in need of furniture to give him a ish. Suits to order from $12 up;|
call. He has a complete line of a fit guaranteed and no deposit re-
—Remember Mason and A precious one from us has gone, up to January 1 1897, are payable
chairs, rockers, bed room sets, etc.
‘ to me and an early settlement either
quired until suit is found tube just London’s grand clearance A voice we loved is stilled:
— Henry Richardson and Thos a» represented at N. Brown A Sons sale. Notice their ad.
’by cash or note is requested.
A place 13 vacant in our home,
Stephens left on last Saturday’s
W. 0. B yrd .
— Fred T. Dubois, of Idaho, will Which nev 'r can be filled.
—C E Kenyon returned from a
stage to be g >ne for several weeks.
¡trip to Silver creek the latter part be succeeded in the U S. Senate by , God in His wisdom has recalled,
—Ed Caldwell has purchased of last week, and while engaged in | II. Hvitfeld, a populist.
|The boon His love had giyen;
the interest in the Texas Resort I conversation with ye scribe, inci
—The latest we have from Salem j And though the body moulders
formerly owned by Hugh Harris dentally referred to W. H. Hogan
The boarding house of Mr«.
is to the effect that the lower house
Belle Geer, has the reputation of
The soul is safe in Heaven.
—Help along a good cause by as the champion wbiist player on |ia(j no^ yet organized,
being first class in every particular,
attmdlng the entertainment at the the crevk.
— Be sure and attend the enter-’
school house next Saturday even-
Mrs. Geer is determined that
—Great reductions ill fur- tainment at the school house next |
nishing goods at Mason A' Saturday night. Admission 25j All delinquent taxes must posi her bouse shall not lose its present
standing, but by every means in
—Everything reduced during this London’s.
L- - -
tively be paid before the beginning | her l>()Wer wUI endeavor to increase
month, call and be convinced. N.
—Several cattle buyers in town
—Th« Chinamen of our town j of the new tax year. Parties know- its popularity. One meal at her
Brown A Sons.
this week, T. A. Rhea, of Heppner. have been celebrating their New ’ ing themselyes delinquent will
table is convincing proof of her
—T. A. Morrison, once a resident F. G. Arnett, and E Clark of Mon Years since Monday morning. | please settle at once and saye costs
of this place, but now of Canyon, tana. and John Lackey. Parties Fire crackers and China gin are in of levy and sale.
came in last Saturday evening and having stock for »ale should inter abundance
1 Dated Feb. 3rd 1897.
view these men.
departed again Sunday.
A. J. M c K innon ,
—J. B. Huntington, of Athena,
Sheriff Harney Co. Ore.
—D. L. Shirk and wife, of Cat-
M arried —In Burns Oregon, Jan. came down this morning to look
low vallev came in hret Thursday 30, at the home of the officiating after the interests of his clients be
Taxes in Baker.
and have been the guests of Mr minister, Mr. Maurice FitzGerald fore the circuit court.—E. Oregon-1
and Mrs. Capt Kelley for several to Mis« Bessie Norton, both of ian.
Propertv owners in Baker coun ty
Burn», Oregon; Rev. Arthur Royse
— Fred Ash, Roht. Pierann and1 will get off this year with a tax of
—The city “dad»” have had the officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Fitzger- Jake Green came down from the only 46.3 mills on the dollar. Be-
building back of the Red Front | aid are ! already at home in the logging camp last night, They | »¡de« the county and state tax,
barn fixed up for an engine house Miller residence in West Burns. reportabout three feet of snow up t amount ng to 28.8 mills, the city I
land school district taxes are 17.5.
This is a move in the right direc We wish them happiness in their the river.
tion, now for a fire company.
—A. C. Worthington has the' Such a rat* of taxation is>ot con-
FEBRl’ARY 12 1897.
— When vou wish a nice haircut! agency for Hon. W J. Bryan’s new | fiscation, but it is at least a second
—Our sales during Janurv 1897
were 33 j per cent larger than Jan or shave, call on Lee Caldwell at book, “The First Battle.” Ue has i cousin. Baker cannot expect to
uary 1896. We invite all to exam the II Cheatham Barbershop Lee the prospectus and is ready to take progress very rapidly from the in
ine this statement. Our book» are makes a specialty of cutting hair. orders.
’ vestment of outside capital within
open and they are infallible. N.
i its limits so long aa such taxation
— Frank Metschan, «nd George
— C. A. Sweek and Fred Luna-
Brown A Sons.
berg left^last Sunday in a sleigh, Craddocs are in from Silvies valley. r
—There will bean entertainment the former for Portland and the Mr. Craddock is suffering from a
at the school house next Saturday latter for an extended visit in Col cut on his hand having taken cold
Good music and a good time
night by the school and kinder
A-m r AAwwit y
orad ». John Sweek accompanied in it, he thought it proper to come
Supper at Burns
garten, the proceeds to be applied
make* a «pecmlty ,.f
them as far as Drewsey and will io town and consult a physician.
Epilepsy, haa without Hotel.
to purchasing apparatus for school
doubt treated and cur.
bring the team back from there.
ed moralaa. c than any
and kindergarten. Admission 25
living Physician; hl*
ed” the bachelor quarters of B. I>.
auccesa ia aatoniahfng.
—Messrs. H. W. Newbv and Geo.
We have heard of ceoe
McIntyre and Sam Mothorabead
of ao years’ standing
— Mis« Ro«e Hembree and Mr.
last nightjand spent the time in
THK rril ATTllV
Geo. McGrath were married at came in last Saturday night and playing games until a late hour,
Kansas City Mo., on the 27th of
I B a mi I nsthi mi vrs
when candy and nuts were brought
VidMw »BIT rtniUHT
last month. The many friends of
in and dispensed with in the propet
♦O rove new
for r»n»0«lv» RMP-
the bride in this county wish the
order, after which all took their
op«. 401 I
to* I m V?
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leave, expressing themselves as Who may Send their P. O. and Repress address.
young couple success and happi
JOHN F STRATTON
..nr* — uata.
one wishing a cure to addr-eo
having had a pleasant «yening.
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