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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1897)
à lie äimrs-iirtafd.
Rev. D. H. Jones is reported
—Fresh meats always on hands
at the Peoples Meat Market.
I on the sick list.
WEI SE:-liAV FEl I.lAKY. 10 1.“ 7
— N. Comegys and wife are liv-
— N. Brown A Sons have a new
ad. in this issue.
ing in the Thos. Dodaon residence.
HAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
—Our sales are alright,
Highest of all in Leavening Tower.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
—Mail orders given spec — Harney County Warrants
ial attention at Mason S’ wanted by N. Brown A S obs .
Highest cash price paid.
— Miss Rose Dickenson is visit
— Don’t forget that T he T imes -
ing her sister, Mrs II. B. Symes in H erald does the best Job Printing er
and at prices you can afford.
—Guns, Bicycles, Mowers and
— When vou wish a nice hair cut
Curtis Bartlett, Grace Bartlett.
kinds of machinery repaired j| ettie Bartlett,
or shave, call on Lee Caldwell at
the II Cheatham Barbershop Lee promptly and satisfactorily at the Carl
Berth t», Stella Bartlett, I’. S. Land Otliee. Burns, Ore.,
—Our customers are treated al-
C. H. Voegtly Hardware store
inak s a specialty of cutting hair, |
Bonham, Maude Curry,
M ason & L ondon .
Jan. 30, 1897.
— Remember when in town and
To whom it may concern: The
—James Adams is over from the I —Alonzo Fleming has received hungry Mrs. Belle Geer will >et be
fore you a first class meal tor two- Alma DeCoudress, Nine Det'ou official plat of the survey of the
dress, Ethel DeCoudres», Grace I'ownship hereinafter named, has
California and not expected to live.1 bits.
—Leaf Lard at the People’s Meat He will leave for her home next1 —Remember Mason ant ^¡Gittings, Delia Johnson. Zelpha been approved bv the United Sur
Johnson, Cast >lia Johnson, (iussie veyor General for Oregon, and will
I London's grand clearance
Kingsbury, Daisy Moffett, • 'arrie be filed in this otliee, Monday,
— Fresh corn beef at the People’s
—City election March 5th. A sale. Notice their ad.
Rosa Miller, Lula M'ller. March,8 1897, at 10,o’clock a id ,and
mayor and two councilmen are to I —Chas. Voegtley wants those. Dtssie Miller, Edith Miller, Joseph
on and after said day, we will be
—Bob Laker put in an appear be elected to succeed Mayor Geer in need of furniture to give him a |
call. He has a complete line of Miller, Nellie McM illite, Wm prepared to receive applications for
ance again this week.
and councilmen Chas. Johnsen and ‘chairs, rockers, bed room sets. etc. I
Rutherford, Mary Rut her for l,OI live land in said Township, viz: Town-
—T. A. Rhea is again in town I H. E. Thompson.
—Sheriff McKinnen and S. W. Rutherford, Rose Rutherf rd,Willie ship 22, South, Range -If E. . W. M.
registered at The Burns,
— Messrs. Clarence Drinkwater, Miller spent two days in the vicin Robertson, Lilli-* Roberts.. ., Lena >" Malheur county, Oregon.
—J. L DeCoudress made this William Rutherford, William How ity of La wen the first of this week. Robertson, Morgan Pn-I. v, and
T homas J oxes , Register.
ard, and Curtis Bartlett: Misses
office a call this morning.
A. A. C owing , Receiver.
—Dr. W. L. Marsden has pur
Hutchinson, Jessie De
—Clearance sale at Ma Coudress, Grace Bartlett and Carrie chased the lots adjoining his pro M. F. Howard, director, Mr A I. I
son <J’ London’s See ad in Moffett are in for teachers exami I pertv on the north, formerly owned Johnson, clerk, Mrs J. M Howard,
NOTH ’l l.
by Mrs. M A. Fry.
Mrs. (.). J. Massiker, Miss Minnie
Parties knowing themselves in
—Albert Busse was in from his
— New lace» and Novelty ribbon
Bonham, Mr. W. F. Moffett and debted to me are requested to call
ranch near the lake this week. Mr. | Mr. Fred French
at Mrs. A. A. Cowing’s Millinery
Busse i never forgets T he : T imes -
and settle immediately by cash or
r .. i . ’ • s.
Our motto is—“Be Thorough.”
1 H erald office when in town.
—John Harper, of the Narrows
C. II. VoEUTLY.
—Tommy Conger killed on l’ine
was doing business in Burns this
M. N. B onham ,
creeK, in urani county, recently, a . departure yesterday for the sunny’
I monster gray eagle, positively on» |
their destination being Gal-1
—Our prices are alright,
—Our goods are alright,
- -- captured
— IT. B. Symes ai d J. I*. Dicken- ' *o C f a |[ I )e _ ] 1 ar
gest • ever
veston. Texas. Col. Asbury is a
son have purchased the Racine county. 1
Its^ wings measured 8 J(.]egate to"the National Editorial
feet 2 inches Trom tip to tip.
. • ' ^,p | Association which meets in that
—Chas. Cochran of the Items
city on tire 16th, and the pencil
office was a caller at this office measuring 8 inches from tip to tip, pushers from all over the nation
■ ne of its spurs being 3} inches in
expect to have a grand time togeth
—Jas. M hon and Mrs. Boehma
—Jorgensen has the finest and
All accounts on Subscription or
best lot of goods that ever came to
Burns; go and see for \ yourself. I othei wise due T he T imes -H erald
He is also taking Cabinet Photos, up to January 1 1897, are payable
at $3 per dozen. Do not forget to
■ to me and an early settlement either
go and see what he has on hand.
’by cash or note is requested.
— Mrs. Martha Adams, who now
W. C. B yrd .
.occupies the Geo Young residence |
! were re^it te. ed at the French Hotel I —The wife of an old toper at i —A Washington state ed>tor ap-, solicits the patronage of the public
Marshfield concluded to frighten ppaj8 i to Ids subscribers in this I f,t,r Plai" ee'ving repairing and
' the first of the week.
wayward husband a few even
r I . cleaning gentlemen s clothing,
—Grand ball at Locher's Hall
unique manner: If you have fre-
Feb. 22, by the P. P. I*. Supper at ings ago by arraying heiself in a quent headaches, dizziness and
The boarding house of Mr«.
frightful apparel and when her fainting spells, accompanied with
The Burns, 50 cents a plate.
Geer, has the reputation of
boozy husband entered the door she chills, chilblains epilepsy and I
—(’ash and the best price paid -aid in a deep sepulchral tone:
being first class in every particular,
All delinquent taxes must, posi-
for Harney County Warrants at Come with me; I am the devil ’ j jaundice, it is a sign tint you are |
..... -ell, .....1 likeiy lo db .1 „.y !•» P»«
....... is determined that
N. Brown A S ns.
His reply vas ‘Zat Sho? Sliak ■; minute, Pay your subscription a J of the new tax year. Parties know
—The lower house his not organ I’m vourbrother-in-law I married year in advance and thus make ling themselyes delinquent will 1 standing, but by every means in
iz'd and the prospect« of Mitchell vour sister.”
yourself solid for a good obituary ; please settle nt once and save costs | her power will endeavor to increase
its popularity. One meal at her
to return to th .* U S. senate are
—Some one has figured out th,
I of levy and sale.
is convincing proof of her
occupation of the members of the
I Dated Feb. 3rd 1897.
cuisine ability .
A J. M c K innon ,
—I. L. Campbell •ditor of
legislature and reports as follows:
Harney Co. Ore.
Eugene Guard, was married
I’bere are 31 farmers. 2 horticultor
The entertainment given by the
Saturday and has gor.e to Mexico i«ts, 1 stock raiser, 2 cannerymen, kindergarten and primary depart
on a wedding tour.
5 manufacturéis. 1 banker, 2 capi ment of the public school last Sat
—The P. P. P. will give a grand talists, 3 teachers, 11 merchants, 1 urday evening was pronounced a
<)n ab. nt the 14th day of Dee
ball at Locher’s Hall Feb. 22. Be conductor, 1 surveyor, 17 lawyer», ¡ success by all. Th« program was 1897, a note for $40 made
sure to attend. Supper at The 4 doctors, 1 brewer, 2 ministersand well rendered and the performance A. Wymer A Carter, and
1 elder. The author of this might speaks well for their instructress J j
Burns, 50 cents a plate.
.July 1st. 1897, to the und< rsigned.
change his slate and class about 30 It would be an injustice to the w„ loHt ¡n Burn„ Oregon. AH
—Alfred Welcome sent for a
I of them as do nothing«—Ex.
chi.<ln n who took part to make , pnrtjeB ar(, cautioned not to negoti
Conn cornet this week. If the
mention of anyone. The . . .,
—Walter W\land, who was in special
band boys keep on at the present
ate to? the same,
house was crowded and the audi-
rate we will soon have a full set of the county jail at Canyon for lar i
, , •
... 1 A liberal reward will be paid for
cenv of a horse and saddle, escaped
• ' its ret urn to Geo. V Hay s Burns,
„ vigorously applauding.
FEBRUARY 12 1897.
J B rady .
— Rrpr< sentative Dustin in a let
ter to the Blue Mountain Eagle, the bolt« that held the casing of the of receipts.
states that he does not think the door. He was found on Beach
lower house of the le gislature will creek and again taken into custody
Trot. W. • H. apaciulty
by Chas. Wood. When Sheriff
< t !
organize at all.
fl j» b] ■ L 1 make»
Livingston came upon the scene 1
■ I V. doubt
trial. I and
Report of the Drewsey public
ed more< a»< t than any
— The Conn tuba which was sent Wy lai d took a ruz >r from his pock
rchool for the month comm ncing
■ living Phy.ician; his
■ucceea I. a»t oniahl ng.
for some time ago hat arrived and et and made three attempts to cut
Jan 4 and ending Jan 29, 1897:
We have heard ot case«
ot to years' standing
our band i* very proud of it. bis throat l>ef»re lie could be «top
No. of t.ovs enrolled ................... 23
Good music and a good timo
‘•Presented to H E Thompson by ped. Dr. Ashford was summoned Ne. of girls enrolled ................... 37
Supper at Burns
the Burns Band” is engraved on and fixed him up and he is doing
Total enrolled during month
this dIs- Hotel.
very well. When asked why he at A verag» daily attendance .
— Long t’rtek elected the follow tempted to take his life he replied No. cases tradiness
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of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers
ii g officer« at their city election that he promised the sheriff that if Tim»- lost by tardiness (¡hours 5 m tle
who may send tbeir P.O and E»pr<-o ad.lr<-»a.
We advise any one wishing a euro toaddre.s
last week: Mayor, Orin L Patter he would not put him in the iron No. of pupil« neither absent no
Prof.W. a.ntu,r.l>., 4Cedar.
son; councilmen. T. B. Keener, D. cell h* would not try to eecap»*.
tardy ...................................... 35
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P King. N. B. Oliver and E O. Now that he had violated bi« word No. of visitors
wdiawt.H>r »«XT rar.lumi
Woodall, recorder. T. F. Hall; he did not want to see Mr Living-
Following are the names of the
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marahal, Ge». F. WarJ; treasurer, ston again and would rather die pupils who were neither absent nor ■
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