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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1897)
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
— Nellis Parker has moved
Thos Dodson lesidence onto
lot north of H. A. Dillard’s
Haye on Hand a New and Complete stock of
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
v n rr ", '
E. B. Hanley is buying cattle to
j be driven to his ranch in Harney
Baker City’s councel has granted
a franchise to the Canyon City tele
phone company to put in a city
I teIeI’h°ne exchange and operate tne
V» game fnr a n->rio(4
wen tv »pars.
same for a period of f. twenty
Prices as lew as any R. R. point, with addition of freight.
District Attorney Parrish arrived
home frem “Burns last Tuesday,
having been three days in making
1 the trip. He came over by private
.conveyance, and they were five |
hours climbing up Seda mountain
-M. F. Williams, the Harney 1‘I’™*11 the de«T »now.-Canyon
g^*MAIL ORDERS given special attention.
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P ublishers and P roprietors .
One Year ...................................................... |2.00
Six Mouths .................................................. 1.00
—R M. Brooks is registered at
—Fred Haines has been appoint
ed post master at Harney.
—The kindergarten entertain
ment has been postponed to Mav
—On account of high water Rev.
Jones was unable to go to Harney
Boots I Shoes,
WRITE DS FOR PRICES
Oregon Forwarding Co.
I. S. GEER &. CO,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
We want your trade and
in order to c> get it we are offering
unheard ot bargains in all lines:
—A shooting affray took plsce in
I Granite, Grant county, on April 21,
in which John McMahon shot and
killed Louis Gutridge and wound-
ing Sam W. Gutridge, «hooting him
once in the thigh and a scalp wound UfY bOOOS,
from which he will recover. The
trouble grew out of a report about
I McMahon’s sister
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—Geo. Miller was doing business
in Burns the latter part of last
MASON & LONDON.
A tramp at Portland stepped op
—John Gilcbrest, manager of the
to the door of a d ictor’s residence
P. L. S Co., was a visitor to our
and ask»d the pretty woman who
town the latter part of last week.
opened the door if she would kind
—Rev. A. Royse preached his ly ask the doctor if he had a pair
farewell sermon last Sunday and of old pants he was willing to givei
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
will leave for Dayton Washington away. I am the doctor replied the |
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
in a short time.
plump and pleasing young woman, |
—Mart Baker and wife of the and the tramp fainted.
Warm Springs were the guests of
Byron Terrell and family a few days ; The <305 blankets ordered for the
use of the Oregon National Guard, Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods,
sinct our last issue.
have been recieved and paid for by
—Elonzo Fleming returned from
the state military board.
California recently. He was ac
Give us a call and we will Convence you that ws can give better
blankets are regulation gray, weigh
companied by Johnnie Morrell,little
ing -Impounds, with blue stripes for prices than anyone.
son of Mrs. Geo. Fry.
the infantry, yellow for cavalry and
— About $800 in purses will be red for the artillery. The blankets
hung for races here in July, begin cost $2 47j each, and are pro
ning about the 3d. Program next nounced superior in quality.
U ARDW AR ES,
Tin Shop in Harney Co.
The Bums Bar
A short time ago Pat Faulkner,.
—C. A. Brittingham started for
—W. N. Jorgensen and S. W.
riding over the di vide bet ween
TRISCH & DONNEGAN, Proprietors-
Miller are each erecting a windmill
this week where he expects to spay Willow mid Bully creeks, found a
on their town lots.
cattle for aome time.
! yetrified salmon. The head and
—Gerald Griffin and James
about one foot of the body compris-
-Henan Miller has recently re-1
thfl largegl pigce whjJe lyjnf
Hutchinson of the Narrows were
seen on our streets today.
turned from the R. R. where he c|OBe by were the remaining
w> nt with beefcattle for A. Robbins, portiong of the body, but all in life-
—Commissioner Hagev has had
Mr. Miller says the roads were in a
perfection, even the teeth show-
teams at work on the roads this bad condition, having to swim the ing a. distinctly as when it sported ^Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage «elicited.
week. Repairs are being made as cattle across several streams.
, in the once mighty stream or lake
fast as possible.
—Dr. H. Volp, a graduate from that flowed over its late resting
—Deputy Sheriff Sam Mothers- the medical college of Berlin. place.—Vale Advocate.
head left yesterday morning to Germany, came in on last Thurs
summon the jury for the May term
day's stage. Dr. Volp ha-* been
of circuit court.
-rOHFf F. STRATTOH’S I
, practicing on this coast ter seven
—James McDevitt, and Jerry
Henifen. cattlemen from Idaho, ac
companied by Nellis Hansen, are
looking over our county with a view
to locating with us.
years and will locate permanantly
in Burns. He has rented the J B.
Huntington residence and has sent
for his family, and can be found at
present at City Drug Store.
» „porter, of mh I Wholeeele Deelefi i. ink ¡nd, of
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
Carrying U. 8. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expws
•ave Burns Tuesdav.Thursday.Saturday.for Canyon
and intsrmedi-t >