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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1897)
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july 22, im
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
CHEAPEST PRICES,!““..... .
FOURTH DAY, JULY 6.
4 mile dash,free for all,purse
1 mile bicycle race for Har
ney co. residents, purse
MASON & LONDON
Haye on Hand a New and Complete stock of
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Red S. and Pin Ear barred in all
\Ve want your trade and
in order to set it we are offering
unheard of bargains in all lines
Ten per cent entrance tee re- I
quire d in all races. Entries to be i
made with the secretary on or be-1
fore 8 o’ 'clock
the evening before
each race, In all races 5 horses to j
enter and three to start. First «..
horse 70 per cent, second horse
30 per cent The races to be gov
erned bv the Blood Horse Associa
C. W. M c C lain , President.
.1. J. D onegan , Secretary.
. Dry Goods,
Notice of Administrator’s 8ale of Real
Estate for Cash in Hand.
Notice is hereby given that under air
thorny of an Order of Sale by the lion.
County Court of Harney county, .State
| of Oregon, duly made and entered on
I the 3d day ol May. 1897, at the regular
.May, 1811“, term of said comt, the un-
I dersigned adnrnistrator was duly cm
| powered and licensed Io sell all of the i
Prices as low as any R. R. point, with addition of freight.
ical estate of the estate of William U
[ Hudspeth, deceased, of which he died
| seized, in said county and state, at pri
£jF*MAIL ORDERS given special attention.
vate sale foreash in hand ; I will so sell
| at private sale for cash tn hau l, on or
after the 24>h day of June, 1897, all ot
I the fol.owing described real estate to-
The east half ot the southeast quarter '
i I.' 1-0
. > i 8E
s- I , 1 1 4)
1 , of
. . f . section
ul.t . i, t.lllltlx.ult
1 I 11
nineteen ( (19)
i and the noithwest quaiter ot t e toiltli-
' under a clump of trees, and held it 1 ' ( west quarter and the southwest quarter
■V 1 4 of
at bay till the hunters, from cutios-ioi »lie northwest quaiter (NW
S\V 1 4 and 8VV 1-4of N W 1-4) oisection
The bear, a fe-1 Itwentv
" “ • (20). township
_ - .
.. tliii lv-thiee (33)
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ity, approached.
male with cubs,made a rush for the | sou>h of range thirty (30) 1. '. W. Al
The smith half of the southwest quar
young Indian. The boy ran. but ter and the southwest quarter ot the
southeast quarter (8 1-2 bl 8W 1 4 and
P ublishers and P roprietors . seeing escape by flight to be im 8W 1-4 of >E 1-4) ot s ct ion twentv (20)1
possible, turned and fired the little and ilie northwest qnailerol the north
gun full in the bears face.
The. east quaiter (NW 1-4 of NE 1-4) of sec-,
tion twei.ty-nine (29), township thirty
slight wound only enraged bruin. three (33) south ot range ilmty (30) E. '
One Tear .................................................
Six Month« ............................................... L00
She sprung up on the boy and bore W Al
The southeast quarter of tiie south-I
him uovvn and began to tear him east quarter (8E 1-4 of 8E 1 4) of sect ion I
with teeth and claws. The cloths I twenty (20), and the southwest quaiter
! of the southwest quarter (>W 1 4 of
Mrs. E. J. Newell, of the Items,
Boots & Shoes,
WRITE US FOR PRICES
Oregon Forwarding Co
I. S. GEER à CO »
OR Et; ON'.
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
were torn from the prostrate boy, I sW , 4) <if s,.cll„„ twenty •OIH* (21) , H l><1
paid our town a visit sue day last .and the flesh was fearlully lacer-• Ibe northwest quarter of the northwest
twenty-eight (28), ami ■ the mu I beasi Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
The white man carnet« the res- quarter of the northeast quarter (NE1 4 '
Smith G>>odspeed. who is Buffer
; cue. He was armed only with a i township thirtv-lbiee (33) soir h ol rango
ing with a cancer. was brought in
(30) E W. Al
little 22-caliber rille. He poured ■ thirty
I ' I. . k o.
.ni h finii
of the northeast quar- •
Give us a call and we will Convence you that we can give better
by W. 1). Buchanan last Sunday.
the little bullets into the bear from ter mid the south lialf of the noithwest
prices than anyone.
short range until the beast took quarter (,S 1-2 ot NE1-4 ami 8 1 2 of
100.000 head of sheep will be
NW 1 4) of section t w ei.l v-eigli» (28)
The boy low nship t hirty- three [33 J south of range
sheared at Huntington during the flight and left the boy.
flesh was thirty [3't], E W. Al.
present season. That little city is was unconcious. The
Too east half ol the southwest quarter
his arms, (El 2 of 8W 1 4) of section twenty -sev-
seeing good times this spring.
and he was pierced with the sharp I en [-7J. ami the east half of the multi-
j west quarter (El 2 of N W 1-4) of see-
The machinery for the
ale, teeth in 50 places.
I tion thirty-four (34), township tliiriy-
thiee (33) south ot range thirty (31),
Malheur county, flouring mill has
E W A!
TRISCH & DONNEGAN, Proprietors.
The mill will
The west half of the northeast quar
ter ami the west half ol the southeast
have a capacity of 50 barrel» a day.
1 quarter W 1-2 of NE 1-4 an t W 1-2 of
Tin Shop in Harney Co
The ’Burns Bar
8h 1-4) of section thirty-four (34),
I township iliirlv-lhree [33j south of
range thirty |3)] E W Al
I lie east half of the southeast quarter
(E 1-2 of Sh 1-4/, ol s< <-tion Hurt)-.'our
, hiii I the south hull ol the southwest
qnarlei (8 1—2 of 8W 1-4] of section
thirtv-flve [35J, township iluth- lirre
 south of uiiige thirty [3 j I'. W Al
1 lie south halt of 1 he no, 11.w est quar
ter [8 1-2 of NW 1—I, amt lot nuiuoereil
I four [4J of section two . a- d lot nttni-
oered one  of section tinee , town—
FIRST DAY, JULY 2.
sb I• thirty-tour  south of range thir- I
tv (31), E. W Al
All located m 11 hi — ,
| mile dash, free for all,
nev eon lily. U.egon
Bids will ue iec,-i»«-d hv me at ilie o'-
tlce of .Messrs Greasier A B'Ulller, at '
SECOND DAY, JFI.V 3.
the town of < cd. rvtlle, I nltfornia, or
at the office of Waters & Gowan, my at
f mile dash.free for all.purse 150 torneys, ut Buins, ilainey comity. Ore
THIRD DAY, JULY 5.
Terms of sale: (»shin • at «1, or on
deposit subject to confirmation ol -anl
« mile and re[»eat,2 in 3, free
sale tit said court.
C B WICKLIFFE
for all, purse
of the estate of William D. HuiUpeth,
600 yard dash, for Harney
Mr. W. C. Byrd, of the Burns
Times-Herald.andJH. E. Thompson
a hardware merchant of Burns,
were in the city last Thursday <*n 1
route to Portland as delegates to
The Burns Jockey Club will give
th' I. O O. F. Grand Lodge which four days racing, July 2, 3, 5 and
meets there on the 18th.—Hunting 6, 1897.
$800 In Purses.
Matthew, an educated Indian
boy, was almost, killed bv a bear
on Mission creek, 15 miles from
Lewiston, Idaho, last week, The
boy had recently returned from
school, and was in company with
a wheelman out hunting for grouse
with a 32 calil>er rifle. The dogs
found a cinnamon bear in a den
Fin© Wines. Liquors And Cigar s
r^y~Courteous treatment guaranteed.
Your patronage solicited.
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
S. Miila and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s F.xpaM
, ave Burns Tuesday .Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon
and intarmedr t > mint», Far« 15.