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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1897)
II. Elliott and wife were in Burns
If ycu want a nice suit call on L. THE QUESTION OF PLEASING
since our last issue.
Epstein and g.t the best. First
With a holiday present is now
Chas Cronin was ud from the door south of C. H. Voegtley’s.
til rat largest circulation or Island ranch one day this week.
There is perhaps
Go to I. 8. Geer 4k Co’s and buy
XEWM'APEB in this county .
about it. We
A fine lot of fresh cream candies a Queen Stove. Only two more
you when we
at the City Drug Store.
.„«»»AT. DECEMBER ». 1»7.
W. H. Hogan, who has been over
Call at C. II. Voegtly’s and see
Grant county for the past three HOLIDAY GOODS.
his display of holiday goods.
weeks for his health and incident
CHRISTMAS GOODS—At Mrs
Christmas ball Dec. 24.
ally to buy few cattle, was in Burns
W« were particular to get nov
A. A. Cowing’s millinery stor"».
elties and our stock is varied.
on bis way home the first of the
j R. Jenkin» is ov»r from Dia-
Jones & Biggs have added a new week He stayed all night at a
No danger of giving a present
counter to thpir place of business. farm house in Silvies valley the
like the one of last year
Fin» groceries a speciality at N.
Everything new in style aioi
We have our own special brand other night and found that the
I grown & Sons.
of Tea. try it. R. A. Miller & Co. school superintendsnt had been
V. Hanks, of Lawen, is in Burns
Chiaaware. fancy and plain glass
ware and crockery at I. S. Geer A had been mistaken for a preacher.
Fred Oakerman came over from Co’s.
Perfumes—the finest odors, as
time to prepare chicken tor the
usual, but put up in new wavs
The men who were at work on meal and thought she was doing
with new style of bottles and
C. Cummins and wife w»re in the new mill site are down on a
the church a good turn by giving
Ask about our Persian
Burns the first of the week.
him two fowls to bring home. Af
get a few drops on
Fine China »nd glassware for the
Everything late in Hate and ter Mi. Hogan had been given a
Holidays at I S Geer & Co’s.
Neck wear for gentlemen at N. description of this supposed rever
end gentleman, he informed the OUR CELLULOID NOVELTIES
Tim Donovan is in on business Brown & Sons.
lady sho wis mistaken and had
before the land office.
Have you seen the Holiday goods
given tho chickens to the school
Are the newest in style and
Before purchasing a heater, see at I. 8. Geer & Co’»? Call and get superintendent. Bill says that she
design. We have the cellu-
C. H. Voegtly’s air tights.
is thinking of replevining the chick
loid in sheets, and an assort-
Remember Boyle, the photo ens.
—T he T imes H erald and Ore
ment of shades.
gonian for $2 in advance.
grapher, is in Burns and doing first
will be no trouble for us to
A full line of stoves of all des
The Irish national alliance is show you our goods, whether you
criptions ar.d sizes at C. H. Voeg-
_ If you want a piano or organ
circulating petitions against the buy or not.
write th» Jacobsm Book and Music
new proposed arbitration treaty
CITY DRUG STORE.
Hubert Smith is at work with Ce. The Dalles, Oregon,for prices.
with England, which they will
his horse power wood saw at the
Schillings Best Teas, Coffee. send to the U. S. senate.
Spices,Bakingpowder, and Extract»
Christmas and Holiday goods to for sale at R. A. Miller & Co’s.
Senator Teller, who usually
A play, full of pathos and comic,
suit any close purchaser at N.
See the large display of holiday knows what he is talking about, in which it is seen how patience.sgjf-
All parties indebted to me are
Brown A Sons.
oods at the City Drug Store before says that the passage of a finan den’al and kindness triumphs over
to call and ssttle accounts
H. C. LEVKNS Prop..
We wish to inform the News that
cial policy that would accord with
T he T imes -H erald is nowise inter The b«st assortment op dolls, McKinley’s wishes is an impossi the ladies of the First Presbyterian as sooa as possible. I must have
church on Wednesday evening, money to run my business.
ested in the Items.
chinaware and glassware in Harney bility in the senate.
G eo . S hei . i . ey .
Your attention is called to the county at C. II. Voegtly’s.
Vegetable» of all
Lack of space prevents our giv
new ad. of Mason A London on the
The republicans of Ohio will
The Burns Band have decided to
I® kind» when in
ing a synopsis of this interesting Of Interest to Slip men.
give one dance instead of two have to get a lot of outside contri
Coro B»ef, Pork J
play, but we can assure our readers
B orn —To the wife of Thos. Christmas. Dance the 24th and butions if they conduct their next an enjoyable evening. Following
G. M. Tregaskis will have 250
campaign as expensively as the is the cast of characters:
Baksr, last Saturday, a girl. Dr. a concert 23rd.
tine rams in Burns on or about the Lard, Butter and
Volp in attendance.
The citizens of Burns are re last one is shpwn by their own Mrs Eokeman, Mrs. J. M. Peebles first of October. Patties wishing
account to have been.
Mrs. Delaine,.... Mrs. C. A. Byrd t0 buy should call on hiui. Prices
Janies Hutchinson and daughter, quested to meet at the Presbyter-
Codman . . . Miss Swank on application.
of the Narrows, were doing busi ian church this evening to arrange
... •' Donegan
ness in Burns yesterday.
PUBLICATION. Jennie... Mrs. Sam Mothershead
Mark Benson has added an addi-
Maria ... ................... M iss Byrd NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
tii'ii t') hi» dwelling and is otherwise church will play ‘ Rebekah’s Tri LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON. Sadie............................... “ Smith
NOVEMBER 10, 1897.
LAND OFFICE AT BURN«, OREGON
umph” on the evening of December
improving his property in Burns.
Glace................................. “ Beach
15. Remember the date.
Gussie............................. “ Locher Notice is hereby
W. L. Wooley and family have
lowing-named settler has filed notice
Racine has filed notice of given
ids intention to make final
The enterprising citizens of of his inteniion to make fii-at proof in Katie .................. Mrs. Thos. Jones nroof before the Register
and Receiverof tho
moved to the H. C. Levens ranch
United States Land Office at Burns, Oregon, on
Burns are arranging for a gala support of his claim, and that said Gype.............................. Miss Swain Thursday
the 6th day of Januan , 1898. on tim
where they will stay ths winter.
proof will be made before Register and
ber culture application No ’.105, for the s*2
Meg...................... Mrs. J. W. Biggs NE1-4, SW1-4 sEl-4 NEl-i Sb 1-4, ace No. i,
We are informed that H. C. time during the hollidays and our Receiver U 8. Land Office at Burns,
Tp No. 26 S, R No 28 E.
tie names as wit nersos J. B. Craig, Newell
visitors will not lack for entertain Oregon, on December 24, 1897. vi:
Turner will move his building from
Hall, J. c. F recm in. and R. C. Garrett all of
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Thomas It Brennan. Pre-Emption
T homas J unks , Regirtcr.
Harney to Burns as soon. as snow
D. S. No. 5394. for the N|SW|, SW|
If yeu are in need of a heater NW|, NWjSEl-4, Sec. 23, Tp. 17,8., V. H. LAN» OFFICE, mux», ORKOUK. UT"/
. r V£. M .- . -f-r . £ »Jt x. -
Nov. 10, 1897.
get a cast iron top, air tight at <. R 26 E.
Notice is hereby given that .fame II
HARDWARE ORCCK, i
Dolls. Dolls! Dolls!! 'All kinds of
He names the following witnesses to SnodgrRss has tiled notice of intention to
H. Voegtly’s. They will not sag
UJ7- . to,,
to prove bis continuous residence upon make final proof before Register anil »'
dolls; Japanese, China. “Nigger,”
d.wn like the sheet iron tops.
and cultivation of, said land, viz: (’. W ceiver U S Land Offire in R irn ■ -
PHYSICIAN A SI RGEON.
kid body and Klondike dolls at I.
Botiiiam. T 11. C. Brasfield, J. I' on t i id .y the 21th d
8. Geer A Co’s.
Medical Examiner for the I
Snodgrass, David Magill, all of Izee. the
Silk and cotton n.itts, kid gloves, Grant County. Oregon.
Pena Mutual l.il* Insurance Co.
in Tp. No. 17 S, It. No 28 E.
Don’t forget that the Burns Band parasols, buttons, albums and sta
Bi«y«le», Mewing Ma»hi»»», • »■»
Tn mas J ones , Register.
lie names as witnesses: David Magill,
MACHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION,
ß©“OfHca at residence.
has charge of the Christmas ball tionery of all kinds at W . N. Jor-
W. Bonham, all of Izec, Grant County,
eta. repaired promptly aad ■atisfaeterally
which insures it to be a success.
homas Jox::H, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Goto Mrs. A. A. Cowing's milli
Those desiring photo work done
Dr. H. Eurchtcrf
nery store for Laundry bags, Doyles should call on J. F. Boyle. Call C. ».
8. LAND OFFICK AT IH’KSS OBKGOX. NOTICE FOR
and all kinds of fancy embroideries at his tent and see some of his
Nov. 10, 1897.
LAND OFFICE AT BVRN8 OREGON.
Notice h hereby given that the follow
NOVE M BET 13, 1897.
ing named settler h is tiled notii-e of his
iX^'Offiee at French Hotel.
Henry Cheatham now ^has his
Notice ia hereby given that thu following
ini-ntioii to make final proof in support
All parties knowing themselves ol his claim, and that said proof will be named Bottler han filed notice of hiB inten
bath room fitted to receive custom indebted to the firm of A. TuP*er made before Register and Receiver, U. S. tion to make final proof in support ‘»f bit
olaim.and that Baid proof will I •• mada be for
ers. Remember everything is 4 Son will please call and settle Land Office, ut Guru«, Oregon, on Dec Register & Receiver, I ,S Land Office a? Burrs
>f . on I»»•< •• a bar 22, 1397, viz Mi< ael Mooney.
8. W. MILLER,
Also those having claims ngainst
H<! No. 132». forth« SWINE'«. N! k»wi 4 and
first class at his barber shop.
No. .581», for the EQSEQ. Sec IQ. NW, NW
1-4 HE1-4 Sec Ml. Tp. 14 ». R 37 E.
said firm will present them.
SW1.,. Sec 11 and NE.QXE.^, Sec 15, Ip
Ha i.Hint b tiit following witneaaeB to prove
We noticed the following citizens
h;B continuous residence upon and cultiva
J. J. TurKKR.
17, 8, it 99, I-..
tion ofeaid land, viz: Christopher Dunnean,
of laiwen or. our streets today: C.
It E. McRae, Harry Fairman.Jchn I). Fairinan,
Burns, - - - Oregon.
R. A. Miller &■ Co. have a full prove his continuous residence upon and all
of Riverside, Malheur Count'*, Oregon.
J. Johnson, Adam George and wife line of boots, shoes and rubber cultivation of, said land, viz: David
T homa .-. joneb . Register.
T 11 Prennan. T. 11. C. Urns
J. W BI«GS,
and C. T. Miller and wife
goods, groceries and provisions, tin- Magill.
C. W. Bonham, all of Ixee Grant J7INAL PROOF
C antos ClTT.
’ware, coffee mills, curry combB. field,
LAND OFFICE AT
The lat»it we news have of tLe i wringers, hammers, hatchets, lan
T homas J ones , Register.
Oct. 29, 1»97.
Hicks & Biggs
condition of President McK ley’s' terns, lamps, etc.
Notice is hereby given that James P. Dicken
boh haa filed notice of intention to make final
mother is that there is practically
proof before Register and Re-elver I’ ».land
W. II Canaday and G. H. Dyer J7IN AL PROOF.
office, in RuruB Oregon, cn Saturday, the 11th
day of December, 1897, on Timber culture ap Office* at Canyon City and Burns
expect to start for the Willame te
plication No. 7. for l.otH 1, 2, 3 and 4 of section
LAND OFFCE AT BVRN9, OREGON.
19, in Tp No. 25 M R 32»* fc.
The Burns Band will give a con valley in private conveyance in the
lie names as witnesses: J. II. Headricks.
November 4, 1897.
harles Johnson, J L. Sitz and Herman Kuh,
Notice in hereby given that the following-
cert on Dec. 23. All lovers of mu morning. Mr. Canaday will visit named
GEO. 8. 8IZEMORB,
settler ha* filed notice of hi« intention all of Lawci., Oregon
make final proof in support of his claim and
sic should attend as there will be relatives in Lane county this win to
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver U.», Land Office at Bums ore.,
some excellent selections rendered. ter. Both of these gentlemen es on
O regon .
December 20, 1897, viz: John E. Oakerman,
! pect to return in the spring.
•cjiuns, Land bwine-«. and Knal
lid. No 77. for the Nl-2 NE’4 and Ml-2 NW>4
Jesse Bartlett and wife left for
of eec M2. Tp. 23 S , K. 27 F.
their home at Drewsey Saturday I [ J C Garrett, wife and daughter, He names the following witnesses to prove
First door south of Post Ollie«.
B ukm «, O*>» um .
residence upon and cultivation
1 Mrs. I’. M. Ch»»ney, are occupying his continuous
said ¡and. viz lease F* s’er, W. H Hogan.
after several days visit with Mr. the C A. Sweek residence near of.
N. A. Dibble and Frank Dibble, all of Riley,
and Mrs. Bonham, of this city.— town. Mr. Garrett informs us of Harney county, Oregon.
THOMAS JONES Regis’er
VOR HAItXKT COCNTT,
the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs.
Long Creek Eagle.
I. M. I >avia.
Cheeney yesterday. Dr. Marsden
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale.
Do not send your money away in attendance. The mother and
for clothing or^Furnishing g»ods. child are reported doing Well.
M Field», — Andrew», Or.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
N Brown & Son» ask a comparison
Ace Johnson, - • Drnwsey, Or.
hh Execution and order of naipiaaued
We have a large assortment of of
of quality and price with goods Men and Bovs Suits on hande for out of the Circuit Court of t!»o State ot
H. S Morri»,
I Oregon, for the county of Harney, in a
carried by them and goods sent , Holidav trade Call ami look at our ! certain c«n"e wherein Peter French was HOMESTEAD — CONSOLIDATED
stock before purchasing. M » can ' plaintiff and Ab-jandro .Montejo wag de- (
fendant, upon a judgment arid decree of'
fit vou up in any stvle desired at foreclosure
and Kale rendered in said ‘ LAND OFrtCB AT HURXR, ORBOOX,
Mr. II. F. Goodman and Miss reasonable prices — Ma»on A Lon Court ¡and cause on lhe 2d dav of June,1
xovKxnKB 10, 1897.
Thur-ie Porter were married at don.
1897, in favor of the plaint iff.« nd aeainst
the defendant, for the num of $'>’>8 58.
Notice is hereby given that ihp f d-
Baker City last Friday. The many
Rev. J. C. Templeton infarm» us with interest thereon at the rate of 8 Irwing named settler. I »»<■ Slid notice
friends of the bride in thi» county that there has been some misunder per cent per annum from the 2d »lav of' nf ii.Untion to make final proof on
1897. «nd the coals of and upon 1
jo.n us in wishing the Vuung couple standing in regard to the lots do •Inne,
respective claims be'oie the
iliis Writ, I have llii* day levied upon. lliciV
It il on» of th» 8tronge»t Cotnpaai»» in the Werld.
described real property,1 Register and Receiver of U 8. Land
a happy and prosperous journey
i rian cbarch at Harney «nd th» also described in s««i«l execution amt or- i Office at Burns, Oregon, on December
the building which s now almost der of sale and »hereby ordered to be
-old, to wit: The we-t halt of the we*t
John T. Bailey, Hd No. 840. for the
Mr. Wooley wishes hie many
Trisch Jk Donegan will move in cousplet»d, will have to be moved half of section eight, in Township tbirtv
Range tliirty-thre©, E. W. M «nd NEiSWi. FjSWj »nd Lota 1 & 2, friends in this connty to give him
to the building now occupied by
M’hit» workmen were excavating S.
It has over ♦ 187,176,406 in assets and a reeord of 51 year», dur
will on Saturday, ih.e litli day of I> h - See 26. and Lot 1 See 27. Tp
ing all of which time it has steadily increased in strength Md
R. C. Angevine about the first of
1 cember, 1897. at 2 o'clock p ni of said R 31 E . “North of Malheur Lake.”
a call when at Huntington.
at the front door of t'm court hmi»«*
prosperity RECA USE you can borrow money from the Com-
Sarah E, Bailey, lid No 811. for the
th» rear. While out to the rail- of Front and C street» last week, •lay.
at a depth of two feet er a little in Burns. Harney gnnnty, Oreiron. aeli Lot. 3. 4. 5. <5 A 7. and N U |8W|..
• a-. / at ’ -r i i nt p - annum, after veor Polity has Bwea thro.
roadJMr. Donegan purchased some more th.v began to unearth human at public auction to. U S. go d coin,
Se-. 28. Tp 2« 3, R 31 E , ‘ North < f'
nice bar fixture», including hard t-one., and in a short time almost claim, tight, title and interest and de Malheur Lake
wood bar. billard and pool tablas ■ ' the entire skeleton w.i» unearD‘ed- fendant. Alrjtndro Montcjo. had on Hie
They name the following witt. sse.
day of Jn- e. !*» 7. or still fag in and to prove their continuous reaidenm ne
with which to furnish their plac« of K few feet furtb»r on they discov 2d
to the above «legt iibed real property, oe ai d enl’ivs'-oe cf 'ta.r r. ,|.»r • ' e
business. Mr. Angevine will move ered portions of another •k’1*“’’’ or an ranch thereof as may be oeceaaary
I, Ik er >0 •
From the »hap* of the skull found, to » disfy raid Judgment. w»th luU rest < : >"»». 17
Yon do not ha
to the Robir.eon building and the remain» are undoubtedly ,tho»e j and
M. W '« • •'f
you can »etti*
Stephens <t Richatdson will again of Indian», buried long before the Itatrd thia 3d day of November JShT Kt> at' , all <
, seau,*. ot
ii*«T by »... ki e or gw.,»».
A J Mr K ismom ,
take charge of th» Burns Hctel wbiK» Mttled th»re, tayi the E gin
By S am MuTHtRfMEAp.
T bcma » Joses, Ittgisur (jnre him a trial.
. B OWN & SONS
ZOLecLcly to Sup
jply y XTV-itlx win
CI Y MEAT MARKET
C. H. VOEGTLY
Cheap for Cash.
Why Every Man Should Insuri
J. C. Wooley
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