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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1897)
The Elit* saloon ha* closed.
Smoking and chewing tobacco at
A. Miller A Co’».
We are informed that a new hotel
will soon be built at the Narrows
Just arrived—a lot of Oliver
rHM I ARGKST CIRCULATION Of
chilled plow», at C. H. Voegtly’*,
:WSPAP«H IN TUISCOUNTY.
at R. A. Miller A Co’s, cheap.
Ladies fancy leather belts at J.C.
’s saddle shop.
See the ad of the City Daug .Store |
>1>|>AY. J''I V
on this page.
—Those plungo baths at the
F. V. Jeffers, the music dealer^ Warm Springs below town will
make you feel like a new man.
Graves paid us a visit this I lias an ad in this issue.
—If you want a piano or organ
—T he T imes -H erald and Ore«l write th* Jacob* mi Book and Music
; Co. The Dalles, Oregon,for prices.
J R. Jenkin* is o'-er from ^'e gonian for *2 in advance.
Gents leather shirt fronts, col
A fine line of Stationery arrived
cuff« and ties, at J. C. Wel
at the City Drug Store.
When there are discord», broken
come’s saddle shop.
om from Harney thi* week.
strings, aud remarks made »bout jour
If you want a chain mower, call musical ability, perhaps we can help
R A. Miller <k Co. are selling ! hands, face, lips, and silt.burns, at !
early, as they are going fast and you with our stock of musical goods.
. City Drug Store.
,tr»w hate for 25 cents.
only a few left. C. H. V oegtly .
Wc have just received an assortment
—If you want an Oliver Chilled j
John Howard is the guest of his
t Plow call on C. H. Voegtly. eole ' Minnie P. llosmer and Kate De of the smaller instruments, such as
aider, Mr*. C. A. Gilham.
Psntt of the Oregon State Secular mat dulins, guitars, violins, banjos, etc.,
I Union, will lecture in Burns on which we can guarantee to be correct in
James Mahon had bitsines* in
T. D. I.alley left for Sumppter
tone and scale. Call »nd exautiue for
Burn* this week.
last week, having received a letter! Sunday August 1st.
¡ourself. We arc agents for the cele
J I,. Cross and son Walter, stating that his sister was very ill.
We sometime« tell the truth, but brated
spent a few (lavs in our town since at that place.
we told you a “whopper’’ when we
our last issue.
J. II. Crum, who has been con-i »aid you could not eat all the Ice
try Chase & Sanborn’s Famous*
Also the World renowned
John Schlotter 4 Co. have opened i I fined to the house for some time,1 Creatn Soda we would have on
hand last Sunday.
Try us again
butchershop at the old stand of
£ Sold Exclusively in?
11. C. Angevine.
Every instrument is guaranteed for
! tirely recovered.
City Drug Store.
f* Burns by N. Brown & •
a period of years by the factory. Call
E. P. Sylvester ha* returned from <
Montana, where he lias been shear-j I S. W. Miller, accompmied by
—C. H. Voegtly ha» a car load and get our prices before ordetit g else
Mr«. Miller, made a business trip of Mitchell wagons. Mr. Voegtly where. Wo can give yon Portland
• v»'U«'<j«vau<-u*'Ui<ia'4j J
| to the Narrow«, returning Monday.! is the only agent in Burns for the : prices and s>.ve yiutlieixtru freight.
Full line of groceries at R. A.
Mitchell wagons and parties need
j He went to swear in the viewers on
ing one should call on him at once.
Miller 4 Co’s
CITY DRUG STORE.
i the Rock Ford and Blitzen road.
R J. McKinnon, jr., who left
Harney Lodge No. 77, I. O. O. I
Religous Services at Burns, Sun
here for his family in Polk county,
i F , installed the following officers
day July 25th Sunday school at j at their last meeting: N. O., B. D.
several weeks ago. returned Mon
! 10 a. m. preaching at 11 a. m. At i McIntyre; V. G., J. P. Ziegler;
Harkey same day Sunday school Sec’y, J. C. Byrd: Tress., II M. ’ V. S Lain! Office.
Burnt1. Oregon, July 1<>, 1897.
Two hay ranches, at Lawen, to
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
at 2 p. m. preaching at 3 and 8:30 ■ Horton; W., Walter Huston; Con., I To Wui'M it M ay C oscurs :
i Frank Jackson; I. G., II. Cheat
lease for present crop, or number
J.C. T empleton .
• he Official Plats o« Survey of the
Bj’ viitue of an execution and order
ham; O G., Byron Terrell; R 8.
of year«, for cash rent, if possible.
N. (»., II. Canaday, L. 8. N. G., Townahipi hereinafter named have been of sale icBued out of the circuit court of
approv' d by the United State» Surveyor
state of Oregon for the county of
Inquire of J. P. Dickenson.
Sam Mothershead; R. S. V. G., 8. General for Oregon, and will be filed in the
’(arney, wherein the Board of Schoo!
yesterday after spending a few days
il. C. LEVENS Propt.,
Land Comtnihaionera were plaintiffs and
J, C. Beatty and wife, of \\ bite
in town. Mr. Springer had the Pierson; R 8. S., Jas. Dalton; L. A. D. 1897, at 9 o’clock A. M., of said Alme<la A. Stenger and Mary E. »Sten
Horse, were in Burns last week,
I day, and on and after »aid day we will ger, Fraukie Stenger, Cal Stenger and
misfortune to roll a log on his foot, S. S , Jas. Lampshite.
be prepared to receive application* fo> Peter Stenger, minor heiis of P. F.
Mr. Beatty having been summoned producing injuries that placed him
land in »aid Townships viz.'
Stenger deceased,and Elizabeth Stanger
During the noisy times in Lafay
Vegetables of all
ns a witness in case of State ys. on the crippled list for a day or
Township 25, South jf Range 32'.. E guardian of said heirs, and Clara Wick
ette for the Fourth, some one took VV. M.
liffe were dvfendanta, upon a judgment
White and Mclnish.
jlillli kinds when in
an old iron hub from the wheel of! Township 26. South of Range 30, E and decree rendeied in *aid circuit court
W. M., South of Malheur Lake.
on the 27th day of May.1897 for the sum Corn Beef, Pork J|j|
II. E. Smith purchased two lots !
C. E. Kenyon the P. L. S. Co’«
Township 26, ^ontli of Range 31, E of Twenty Five Hundred Dullars($2.590)
on the corner south of T he ’T imes - ! popular bookkeeper i« anxiously put the wheel upon an anvil. The ! IV. M., South of Malheur Lake.
in United States gold coin, with 8 per
hub was filled with powder and the j Township 26, So ith of Range 32, E cent interest thereon from the 21st dav Lard, Butter and
H krai . d office yesterday. A dwell awaiting the completion of the ini
of March, 1893, and the further sum of
the powder tamped. A heavy an W. M , South of Malheur Lake,
ing house and millinery store will I provem?nta being made upon the vil was then put on the top of the! Township 27, South of Range 32, E |200 attorneys fee, and costs ami dis-
hursemeDta taxed at |30, 1 have this day
be built upon the property this (head oilice building for Oregon. hub, and the charge exploded. ■ lu Harney cotimy, Oregon
le>ied upon all the right, title, claim
THOMAS JONES, Register.
and interebtof said defendants, in mi l
Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon will begin
to the following described real estate
where it lodged, and the hub pul
lo-wit: The NE,l4 of Hoc. IS, Township
—Mrs. Mina Walton and Miss house keeping thero as soou as the verized, with the exception of one
S R31 E, containing 160 acres of I ind.
Winterineir have opened dressraak-
piece, which weighed about 10 lbs.,
Notice is hereby given tbat 1 will on
ing parlors in the building formerly
Inland LodgeNo. 70, K. of p., that went through two picket fences NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION- ihu 7th day of August, 1897,at 3 o’clock
occupied by the Land Office, where! installed the following officer« for and mowed the dog-fennel off one
1 r. m . of said day, in front of the court
they will be pleased to meet their the ensuing terra: C. C., M. L. lot, renetrated the bouble wall of a tL s. land office , burns , oblgon
«ell at public auction for United
friends and customers.
July 20, 1897
Lewis; V. C., C. E Kenyon; P, house and droped to the floor.
State« gold coin, nil the right, title,
Notice ii hertby liven r If ft» following , claim and intore-t oi said defemlants of,
Mrs. Gager, si.Aer of Mrs. Robt A. B. Mason; M. of W., Frank
named settler hna filed notice
ter intention I in and to the above described property,
to make final proof in lupport of her claim.and
Drinkwater was brought to Burns Miller; K. R. and S , Sam Moth
that tiHid^roof will be made before Register , or sb rnYirh t beret,f h . h may bw necessary
■ nd Receiver U S. Land Office at Burns Oregon, to aattbfy said j'ldg’uenC with interest
yesterday to be treated by Dr
, on August 28, 1897, viz: Nannie IV. Jones.
M. of E , C. H. Voegtlv; M at A.,
and coats, to the high(M ami best bid-
rt-rJ Hd. entry No. 20=’., for the K'a SW'« A Lots 6 l i tier.
Marsden. Mrs. Gager has recently F. M. Jordan; I. G., T. 1). Lahey;
nd 7, Sec
2H m » k
G. M. Tregaskis will have 2oO and
sec 6 ti
wltnessc» to profe
Paled thiaGllid i.v of lu’y. 1897.
arrived from Arlington and has O. G., Robt. Pierson.
fine rams in Burns on or about the her coDtiii^iouB^jupl'Ience upt n anti cultiva
A..I Mf K ixno N,
iiionof. ,aid iand, riz: Àb/varieii'. l.'iiêu
beet in poor health for some time
By S am M otheh - hk u ».
DEALER IN —
Janira Buinart. ol Ilutns. un-gou
The storage cellar of C. A first of October. Parties wiening 1 «wdtai.d
w. Ji. Bui'batian of llaruer, Ureeon
THOMAS JONKS. Iteglkter.
A bouncing baby girl was born Haines, of the Narrow«, caved in
to Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kesterson on Monday. Mr. Haines ivns in on application.
last Saturday night,which accounts the cellar a few moment« before the
for the »tationary smile worn by fall. We can imagine the genial I
; ! LAND vt
AT t BURNS, OREGON
“papa” since that eventful occur face of U. A. viewing the wreck and
July 17, 1M7.
MACHINE SIKH’ IN CONNECTION, Bicycles, Mowing Machines, Gant
praising the lucky star under
Parties indebted to rae are re- 1 Notice I* hereby given that Jnrm« Hunt PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
—Jorgensen has the finest and which he was born. The damage quested to settle immediately with proof before Register and ReccireH s. I and
Medical Examiner for the New et», repaired promptly and satisfactory,
, office, In Ruma Oregon, on Thuradav, the 2f«th !
best lot of goods that ever came to done w.-.s not great.
Mrs. Caroline Johnson.
day of Auguat. 1897. onTimbcr culiuce applira York Life Insurance Co.
: t»ou No. I. for the SW1 I NK1 t. N1 SEI 4 SE1-4 !
Burns; go and Bee for yourself,
L loyd J ohnson .
sEi-icf «v.-ti«nin Township?». srs . e .
The Heppner telephone line was
lie is also taking Cabinet Photos,
lie uai..< 8 as witueiaea. Ge.». W. Harkneps. M. £W"Oilice at residence.
R Uayes. W. T. Hill and Joseph P. Rector, all I
per dozen. Do not forget to
I of Lawen, Oiegon.
THOMAS JONK3, Resista», j
go and see what he has on hand.
; and no doubt by this time ia con
S. W. MILLER,
nected with Canyon City, burns
The bunk house at McKinney A'
is to liaye the line extended on rrom
Notice is hereby given that for;
Sparrow'» mill burned one day last
Canjon City, and it i« poseiable the purpose of making an exatnin p-INAI. PROOF
Burns, - - - Oregon.
week. Most of the men lost their
that this will be done yet this fall ation of all persons who may offer LAND OFFICE AT BURNS OREGON
bedding and con»iderable clothing
by a local company in Harney themselves as candidates for teach
JULY 7, 1897.
A few who were still more unfortu
county if the Heppner company ers of the schools of this county, Notice ia hereby given that the following F.KRAT niCER,
J. W BIGGH,
nate, lost sonitt money.
does not care to take hold of the the county board will hold a pub named aettlera have filed notice of
tion to make final proof on their leapcetive
the Register and Receiver of the
Deputy Sh:riff Sam Mothers- preposition.— Long Creek Eagle.
lic examination at the s'-hool ho tse claim«,before
Hicks & Biggs
T. H Laud Office at Burnt!. Oregon, on Natur 1
the 14th da? of August 1897, viz
head came in Thursday from the
John Canfield, who is now in the in Burns beginning at 1 o’clock p day
Tim.«thy Donovan, lid app icet‘<<n No. 3, for
S’.. »-!i>E‘iSM’4,and I-ot ».Ser. t . Tj. 'A f
southern part of the countv.hat ing county jail, left this county in 1891 tn. Wednsdav. August II, 1S97.
I R. 80, K.
at Canyon City and Burn*
in charge Jas. White and Gus. Mc- taking with him a hack belonging
Dated this 21st. day of July
th« HW’4-4E’i. Sec. and WJ..NE «.and NW4
Iniih, charged with stealing cattle. to B. R. Witxel. His failure to rc I
W. C Byrd.
i They name the following v.-fttCMcato prove
their rontin.uoua reaiden< e upon andculthu-
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
Their preliminary examination was turn the property was «uffioient
County School Superintendent lioDofftaid land. viz. limotbv Donovan. Ed
ward B. Water«. Janie* Earnpehtre. W K. Hmith
held before Justice Lewis Saturday cause for the grand jury to find a
and A W. Wateii. all of B irn., Harney county
B urns ................................... O regon
end were bound over in the sum of true bill against him, consequently
(’oiler.ion4, Land bnsinrsF, and IJcal
Notice For Bids.
T homa » J omer , Register
Ertala matter promptly attende«! i«».
♦ 100 each to appear nt the next he was arrested as soon as ha came
to town Monday. The bail fixed
tenn of circuit court.
Notice is herby given tbat sealed i
Sheriff A. J. McKinnon is in re by the circuit court at the time of bids will be received by the Conn NOTICE FOR PUBI1CATI0N
ty Court until September 8 th 1897
ceipt of a letter front J. 8. Ken the indictiient was $500. We were for the construction, of a bridge LAND OFFICE AT BURN* OlfÇOON.
FOR HARNEY COUNTY,
B urns , O regon .
First door south of Post Oflite.
yon dated Dutch Harbor. Alaska,
acre«« ailvies River un the Silvies
JUNK I'1. I"',
Canfield in former years and do River Road, according to the plans
June 19tb, in which he »aid he
m rtpi*ifio11tins I".
’® ai hat filed
of hla intent!<>n
not now call to mind any other cir-l ana
jiruui f beforc rv»
w«uld start for Dawson City, on
In u -- . ?4. -----
------ Oregon, on C. M. Fields,
cumstance which would brand him the County Clerks »tlice. The
the Yukon, immediately, with the
contract will be let to the lowest timber culture application No. 1119, for the N’,
as a man of this class.
N W 1 *,and sEl 4 NWll, and N Wl 4 NK1 4 Ser.
expectatitn of reaching hi« desti
and best bidder and the Court re U.
Ip 21. MR 26, K
He names ■■ wifnrsaea: Cary Thornburg.
The evil consequences that al serve* the right to reject any and
nation July 12tb.
Howard Murria, l>c! Oinbh- and k N Miller al)
further remarks that he does not ways follow a night of dissipation,
T ii ./M ah J oxer Register
all rod* and bridge irons
intend to return until he ha» struck where Hire's "local” root beer was
Said bridge to be paid for, out of
it rich. He certainly has the best the refreshing beverage, were real tLe cash Road Fund.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
By order of the Court
wishes of his many friends here, ized with a vengeance by an even
PROPT OF THE
V’KE AT BURNS, OREGON
while on hi« Lunt for that ‘‘root of ing party consisting of Mr. and
By C. A. G ilham , Deputy.
Mr*. Tlios. Jones, Mr and Mrs.
Notice in berebv <i ven that Willi tm H. Horen
John Ihgg", Misses Swank, Swain
ha* fl >«1 notD e of Lia intention to nitk*- final
oroof before the Keri»fer and Receiver of the
The band lor« have secured the
Notice For Bids,
□ nd Jones. This unfortunate affair,
Tailed sta»«*a l and ofTI'-e at Burna. Oregon, on
the JNth da> of July, 1M>7. on timber culture
service» of Mr Jeffers for the en
which might have proved more
application Na .«9». for the El-t NE: 4. and HUNTINGTON,
It is one of the Strongest Companies in the World.
suing nine month«.
Notice is hereby given that R M. 4 E. NF!-#, and NWI IftKl I. Per. ’T. Tp î|, »
serious, should b* a lesson to per
conies here well recommended.hav
son» making summer drinks of sealed bids will be received by the Dibble. Howard Morri, »nd R N Miller, all »i
Rl>y, Harney County, Oregon
Mr. Wooley wishes hi* many
ing baen leader of the band at
While thi* accident County Court of Harney County
T homa . J*» n B«, Ke«la»er.
friend* in this county to give him
Grants Pas* for some tim*. and
may not have been due to the care
li ha» over 1187,17^,406 in assai» and a record ! 5.' »......
for furnishing 30 cords of dry
1 iter leader of the Lakeview bind.
a call when al Huntington.
lessness of any one. yet cases of
ing all of which tinte itimi steadily inereast-d
I’nder the leadership of thi* com thi* kind are a daily occurrence, Juniper wood to be delivered at
prospenty. BKCAU8E you can berrò» money Ì;utu t: •
petent instrustor, who has been
pati/ at 5 |»er cent per annum, after your Polle/ hai beati tinsi
and we cannot be loo careful in before the first day of November
Jutr 15. I"M.
years in force
their teacher for the past month, preparing such drink». The number
1897. The wood to be 4 feet nimU. settler has fled noli, c of hit Intention
th* boy* are making a marked irn-
to rr.aka Inal »r<-.f , , ...pw>rt ol his < laim and
. death* in the country due to drink long.
fha> aait e-no< «III >■» »>»1« W«« “■»
provem*nt. It is the intention of
an ! Keeslrer U. S. I.aml OŒce al Knrna Or* . 1
The Court reserving the -right •n
ing mixture* of thi* kind, where
Ansuat o. l«r »11 Hnnlon Eiahrae. H.I ■
th* band to give mu*ical entertain
pai L LOCHER, Prop*.
No. :.*■ 1er O,- V. Hi .21 Tt 20 K.tzE
You do not Lava to die to win. If you live 10, 15 or JO years
manta occasionally, which, judging
H» nairna the f..f1<.«!na «l’»*aara ta pn>»«
you can settle your policy in any way that best suits your oir-
from past performances of like 1 in nearlv every instance, frum the
..(«M 1».|, t > .. -Ilrw *n Urtlnt . — _
H. K fi . i . y Clerk.
Harkrna* o' I ■
Be'r by the W or gallon
cowatancM ut the time - for ca»h i>iid up insurance, amiuity, ■ <
nature, will be highly appreciated metallic ve»»el in use. are astonish
By C. \. <»11 ham Deputy.
■ no»., ".' v »- •>», 'Gt' Itimeli*1
Ly th» ne»»p> of I
KEEP IN TUNE
CITY MEAT MARKET
C. H. VOEGTLY
Cheap for Cash
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