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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1897)
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—J. F. Boyle is dow n from the
—W. N. Jorgensen i« kept busy
taking photographs and repairing
Mrs H. R. McClure is on the watches.
WEDNESDAY AI KH.. ‘ U___ jyst
* ci i n this
b 1 ! « Week.
4 a i _ .
—When you wish a nice hair cut
1 —Mrs. Geo. Fry, who has been
US THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
or shave, call on Lee Caldwell at
i ill, ie now convalescent.
A\-y NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
the H. Cheatham Barbershop Lee
I —John Harper spent several days makes a specialty of cutting hair.
in town this week on business.
—Jorgensen has the finest and,
—Latest novelties in Ribbons best lot of goods that ever came to
-.Fresh bacon and lard at Mason , and and laces at" M
Burns; ’ go and see
___ -1 t 8. A. A. Cow IT
ing’s Millinery Store.
at $3 per dozen. Do not forget to
—A. S. Swain was seen or» our
—Call at N. Brown A Sons and go and see what he has on hand.
examine the new line of samples
— Winter seems to never want to
—I)r. McPheeters has just recov- from the Royal Tailors.
PLACE TO GET BARGAINS IN HOSIERY. UNDERWARR
let go. The weather still continues 1
I ered from an attack of the grip
—Geòrgie Marsden, little son of
.bad and as a consequense quite a
—Good beds at the Bakery for Dr. and Mrs. Marsden, is suffering
per cent of stock is dying, llav is
with what appears to be the grip.
25cents—H. B. Symes.
becoming scarce and if this weath i
—Call at N. Brown it Sons and er continues there will be a heavy
—A few new hats at M pb . A. A.
examine the new line of samples , loss of lamb« as the time for Jamb- i
I Cowing’s Millinery Store.
ing is drawing near.
—Mason A London are selling I from the Royal Tailors.
Fancy and Plain Eider Down at' —Guns, Bicycles, Mowers and
all kinds of machinery repaired
prices lower than ever.
I promptly and satisfactorily at the
—Easter exercises at the First)C. H. Voegtly Hardware store
Parties knowing themselves in
Presbyterian church April 25th. in
to me are requested to call
—The best hand-made harness
stead of Easter Sunday.
immediately by cash or
on earth at J. C. Welcome’s, Burns.
—Call at N. Brown A Sons and Oregon.
C. H. VoEGTLY.
J examine the new line of samples
— Hugh Smith, formerly of this
from the Royal Tailors.
place, has been shaking hands
— New flowers just arrived at with his friends for several days.
— A. Hembree, postmaster at the In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
Mrs. A. A. Cowing’s Millinery
gon for the County of Hurney.
Peter French, Plff.
MACHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION, Bicycles, Mowing Machines, Gan«
—Preaching at the First Presby- i v’8^ *’Ilce our last issue.
. . . vs
Alejunuio Montejo, 1 >eft.I
—O. B. Dingle returned on last i'o t lie sat > Alejandro Montejo, Defend eta. repaired promptly and satisfactory,
terian church next Sunday morn
from California, where nnt above named.
ing and evening bv Rev. Jones.
In the name of the state of Oregon
he spent the winter.
you are hereby required and e unm.iml- .
Sunday School at 2:30 p. m.
C. H. VOEGTLY,
e<t to appear ami answer toe complaint,
Cheap tor Cash.
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.i . above
— Parties desiring good, heavy | tiled against
—Drop in and examine our
give 1 hand made harness should call on
goods and prices.
' i egular t> rm of the above entitled court,
J. C. Welcome, Burns, Or
to-wit: Ou or before the 17th day of
you pr'ces that you cannot
May, 1897, and you will please herein
look—Mason & London.
—H. C. Levens moved his fami take notice t at it you fail to appear and
said complaint, the plaintiff will
—Prof. M. N. Bonham and fami- ly into his new t?wn residence this answer
then and there move and applv to said
comt for he relief demanded in said
ly were registered at the French I week.
complaint, to-wit: For judgment against
Hotel the latter part of last week.' —W. H. Hogan and Dell Dibble you io the sum <>f (Hie llnnd eil and
They left for their home in Grant, were in Burns since our last issue. Forty-seven and 7-100 Dollars in Gold
Yau can’t “April fool” Hogan(?) .('oili. with interest thereon from the titli
day of April. 1891, at the rate of 19 per
I cent tier annum, mid for tlm further sum
| of Thiee Hundred ami Sixty-two aid
—The lock on Geo. Fry’s ware-1
Burns-Prineville stage line, " ilM JJ—100 Dollars and tor attorney’s fees in
house was forced last Sunday night among the visitors in Buri s since
said suit in the sum of Fifty Dollars, and
and three sacks cf flour stolen. L. our last issue.
lor the costs and disbursements of said
suit, and for a decree of foreclosiiie of
R. Mehaffey also lost a sack of
—Chas. Voegtley wants those that certain mortgage made, executed I
Hour from his store room last week. in need of furniture to give him a .nd delivered bv yon the Plaintiff I’eter
French, on the Btii dav of April, 18.91. |
—Here you are again. Those call. He has a complete line of wherein and whereby you mortgaged to'
chairs, rockers, bed room sets, etc. the sni'1 I’eter French, the following de
plows with extra shares at $22.50
scribed Real Estate minuted in Harney
state of Oregon, to-wit: The
cash are going—only a few more
To R ent .—Two nice rooms in county,
West-half of the West-hall of Section
left. You had better get yours be the Bakery. Any < ne desiring Eight 8) in Tp 30 8. of Ra- ge ■<.! East
fore thev are all gone, as there will rooms will call on Mrs. H B. Willamette Meridian, together with the
tenements, hereditaments and appurt-
he no more at this price.
neines thereunto belonging, or in any)
First door south
—Ed Walton had an operation wise appertaining and also all I b» |r ight, i
—Above should read $12 50 in
tit e, interest and estate that you held j
stead of $22 50. The plows are well performed for hemorrhoids last therein on the tith day of April, 1891,
week and has had quite a serious the said mortgage having been given ny
worth the latter price but as we
seige of sickness, but is now much you to secme the ¡payment of said sum
bought them cheap we are selling improved.
of One Hundred and Fot ty-seven and
7 109 Dollars with interest thereon fiom
them for $12.50 while they last.
I. S. G eer & Co.
You will further take notice that ser
1 new building Monday, where tie
of this •uuiinoim, by publication, is |
ur is was found guilty | will run a first class meat market, made nisin von by an order of the lion
Levens is going to put in a cold \| D Clifford, Circuit Judge ol the |
of trespass in the justice court laet < Mr
................ I 2 f.iilv onioned ab.\H entitled ( olirf. made and dated
Tunday and fined $10 and costs
I for his business. Look for ad next |A.D 1&-7.
Situated on Silvie« river 1 mile East of Burna, near the bridgv
by a jury trial. It is thought that -
more will be arrested for the same
, —Percy Davis was in tawn for 1
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOUR from
■ several days during the week, leav-
---- ’~y for Prineville in
-’Ve are told that C. E. Ken-'ing on Tuesday
company with John Hunsaker III the Circuit Court ol til« State of < tie- | G OOfi WhPO t
Ton's friends on Silver creek are Mr. Davis informed T he Ti J ES- gon for the < omitv "I Harney.
Tory anxious as to his whereabouts H erald man that work had been GutnaCliirio Mertumles Plff )
‘D m welfare. Some time since Mr. suspended in the Trout creek mine ; Reat ice Mermn
Kenyon was instructing a class in for the timebeing
i lo Beatrice M rmu'iee, above named
art of Whist playing, also teaching
—Those onion sets we have been In the nan e ol «be state of Oregon
von «re hereby reqnired to apfH-ar and
•ometaplay the banjo (of which telling you about at Jo l’',s
noswer the complaint fi td agaiust you.
instrument he is a master), but of quart or pound are genuine
' in the above entitle amt on or before
Don't M.o.dav.the 17tll dav of May, 1**7, tire
Ute nothing has been seen or heard sets raised from black
said dav l*imt be first d.iy of the next
confound these with cheap top- h - regular term of the Court above named
I“'1 *” ,o
. .. . or multiplier onions.
Uearrse mg aid if »on
the plaintiff will a|.| l» to the
—Stephen Ware, of
Mitchell, ! or muJtipfier
den peed? onions
every day no" . eti .hereof
Court for the relief demanded in the
Hccrls every i
' rook county, shot and killed him-,
„id complaint, to-wit: For a <ler.ee of
..id Court forever dieaolvmg tl.c omuls
’“If in the Exchange saloon in in vour orders L 8. G eer A Co.
of matrimony n»» «i.iint between you
Witched on Friday. March
Match 26. He
(J M)d plaintiff ami granting a <iivoro
—Misses L*la McGee. Ella Whit io said plaintiff ami fur judgmen again.«
‘»d quarreled with bis wife, who ing and Mrs ¿
H. M. Horton will re- yon f..r the coeta and diabureeine '• ot
wu granted a divorce a few hours jurp with J_u
'"'(.‘"snmnton- i« published hv order
*f«re the act was committed. Mr. railroad. Mis« McGee has been r ilrifi M L> Clifford,
•» < "amber.
‘Lre was once a resident of Burns, attending the Portland Busirie«« I- „.7 med* a»-«
College. Miss Whiting th* Univer Canyon (''«.»• Otegon. on the ‘¿Mb dov
fining what is known as the P- sity at Eugene and .Mrs. Horton is of March, D»?
f- Stenger blacksmith shop now returning from a visit with relatives
Attorney» for Plaintiff.
,JWned by Geo. Shelley.