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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1897)
j pleasure of witnessing the marriage
of Mr. Canaday ana Mias McMur
WIDXMBDAT DE' EMU! R
phy. The happy couple took the
'train fir Eugene, where they will
J Cl IA 5 BYRD
M*n»c»r. spend the winter with Mr. Cana
~1 day’s parents and relatives.
The gentlemen whose stockingb
I then boarded my prairie sshoon-
were overlooked by Santa Claus er and sailed for Woodburn, arrived
McKinley when he distributed home in the afternoon of Dec. 23.
G. H. D veii .
that last batch of lucious salaries
find it ditlicult to produce the
regulation Christmas smile.
THE FRENCH HOTEL
esc j«r *«r .-tr j«r j*r >«c
THE NEW STORSI
FIRST CLASS u
llas made one m ire step in ad
vauecment' A strictly
R, Â. MILLER & CO.
The Christmas Tree.
---- W« Carry a C xp!- »a Lin« of------
More prosperity ! A reduction
nf the time
to a cut of 30 per cent in wages
has been made by the Union
Boss Ilanaa is now in fillio.
with unlimited r ash upon his per
son, to be used, if needed to “per
suade” a'suflii ient number of the
republican members of the legis
lature to land that Senatorship.
If that Chicago wheat deal had
ord}’ resulted in the squeezing of
a million dollars out of Phil
Armour by Joe tLeiter there
would be no kii k coining to out
siders, but’sm li rivals are ahvay.i
injurious to ajgreat many persons
who ilo not participate,"and who
are consequently'injured without
having a chance to be benelitted.
The following officers were duly
installed Lv jEiirns Chapter, No
40,0. E. S on December 27th
l'-'>7: Worthy Matron, Anna W
Saysra; Worthy Patron, W. I
Marsden; Associate Matron, Eliza
beth W. Water«, Seer«- ary, Clara
A. Marsden; Treasurer, Sarah C.
Miller; * » Conductress, Rose Cush
ing; Associate Conductress, Delno
ri Gowan; Ad ih. Margaret M
Kenyon; Ruth, Eunice Thompson:
Esther, Stella S. Jones; Martha.
Mabel Biggs; Electa, Mary Voogt
lv; .Warder, Ella Swoek: Sentinel
Robert A. .Miller; Marshal, Annie
Hayes; Organist, Maggio L»vri s
For the first time in the history
Diniac Room n-iUrthe supervi-
of Burns tbe public Christma* tree
*.no of Mr. Luks, an experienced
was almost a failure. Tho various
and polite waiter.
comiiiitti.es in charge failed in their
duties on every hand.
Burns has the reputation of being i
Extends a cordial invitation tn
■‘the I k st place on earth’’ to spend '
all to give the French Hotel
all public holidays, our citizen»
never failing to do their duty ia the
wav of entertaining cur guests
We are very sorry to lose this n-pti-
« « i V/ V f
tntion and the gcod will and esto-.-m
of the pleasure loving citizens < f our
More c.spti-iallv on account t/ Io
children i* this state of affairs to be
With L. A. Copahall, wl.o
deplored, as a Christmas tree is
has opened a first
gotten up wholly fur their benefit
class bearding houso
Heretofore it ha* been the custom
in the build
to buy some Iitt!<• token, a handki r
chief or clmap toy, for
h of th«
little folks with the fu nils ruLscrib d
by the liu-iness men arid gener d
pied by tho post—
public. We do not know whether
office. Turkey dinner
the purchasing committeo was short
served on Christina« Day.
of funds or not—Burna has never
been lacking for funds on such oe
cations before. This year the chil
dreu merely received a sack ofc.i ndy
PROP OF HIE
We ehould sec (,, ¡t in future that
such eiitvrtaiume ts nr» a succe*<
in every rt »peel and that th<- peopli
from utiroi'd h ive a pleasant time
while within our g itr-s.
Mr. Wooley wish's his manv
fiiends in this county to give bin
•1 cull when nt Huntington.
PROVISIONS QIJEENSW ARE, STONEWAR«,
GLASSWARE BOOTS i SHOES, ROPE, TOBACCO, etc.
2 «X Gail and inspect our Stock. Sat- 2
? isfaction as to quality and price Si 2
J. C. Wooley
JIcCLAIN di WILLIAMS, Proprietors.
i he proprietors of this largo and commodious Houso are experienced
h" *1 Kiepora and th« public is assured good accommodation*.
All Treated Alike. Table Service the Best.
i arties dcsirng rsgular board are requested to consult the
I’etcr French Shot.
Peter French, one of the leading
stockmen of this county, was shot
John Schlotter I’ropt—
mil killed onjiii Sod I! i’is» ration
Dealer in all kinds of Meat anci
2S mile« south of Burns, last Sun
'■linage. Nothing but the very
day afternoon, by E. L. Oliver
He (French), together with several .est quality, at pricss to suit every
of Ida men, were rounding up some body for CASH only.
cattle when the killing was done
+ E. C. BESSERT, Proprietor.
trial will prove satisfaction
We give the evidene ■ of onu of the
witnesses l>< fore the coronor's jury
The ¡land Concerf.
il l there was little or no diffi ~ence
h . ishee , ir.isii eet
lijis popular Lujcrt is furnished throughout in modern etyi®.
The concert given by the Burns 'u the evidence ol all witr.essrs ex
.A ' d more for the China- N'ie« Private ( lub Room* gentlemanly bartenders, and drinks
Ban 1 hat,Thur; day night n as one amined:
noxed to suit your taste. You are cordially invited to make
Dian’s call, as we will
of the best entertainment* ever
this yonr headquarters while j-ou arc in the city.
l iven, in" this pin« e. The inus’c 2Gth day o’ December, I saw Ed
soon have a first-class
was all up to date 1 nd of high
Steam Laundry under
grade. The’boys wore emigrato tle and Peter French rode out and
luted on every hand by those who told him that Lc l ad cautioned
the direction of Air. T/tos.
availed themselves of the opporti! him 10 or 12lim*-i t« stay otr his
to turn Lack,
Eich. A’e.vt door uorth o/
nit « of hearing th -in.
but ho did not and came on to
As it was a very busy time for
ward the cattle; then I’etcr started j Times- Herald office-
our business men the uttendance
to drive bitn !>*■ k the way he li '¡Il open about Jan 1, '9S \
was not wi> it it should have bren
and was «niiiwwli.it a disappoint- come; then I’vtir turned and rode
Leaves Burna daily at 6:30 r u.
Arrive« ai Outaiie ia 42 hoars
G. A REM HOLD,
in a westerly direction, Oliver fol
nieut to the band, and so by imi
vers.il request the program will be lowed him up about IS or 20 steps '
and shot him in the back of the
reprod iced this evening.
Fars Ous way S'.50. Round ‘.rip $15.0J.
head with a pistol 1’i-ter fell from
his horse and Oliver ran away in a ! HR AT HD K«.
Ì « IUUGS.
■ ts. a pound
westi rly direction ”
R ubri *.
C anyon city .
Two days not; , „t
p. o on
::;e nd v
"State of < >re ;oi1 /
Hicks & Biggs
li.iwiK IxMitiAN. — Herbert S County el’ Harney (
be furnish <1 for passangers.
H. A. W lUiam*, Piopr.
Bower mid Mngziv L-iggnn wprr
In the matter of inquisition on
unitedin marriage, nt Harney, ou the b alv of I’etcr Frene'i deceased, Offices at Canyon City and l’ums
the of Dec. 21 The groom i» the held at the S«>d li.mse ranch on tlu
well known junior member of the 2< til daV i f de....uber. 1 S!l? : We.
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
firtu, Seth I’., ncr A Ce., of Harn. v. tho undersigned jurors sworn to
mi I tho bride the eldest daughter inquire if the death of I’etcr
O regon .
of Mr. and Mrs. J II. Loggan, of i French, on oath do find that he (’olir» ùons, Lami bu-ine*.« ani Real
JOHN SAY HR
Harnrv The ceremony was p--r
formed l>y til« writer at the home wound and snid gun was in the
S W. MILLER,
• f th« LriJe'a parents, in the pies I hand of one Ed. Oliver and said
Situated on Silvias river 1 mile E.i’t of Burns, near the bridge
eoco of r.-lativ.-« and a few fi nils ■run was tired by the said Oliver
After congratulations and an ele We ill*« find that the deceased
Customers will recsive GOOD FLOUR fr^m
Burn», - - - Oregon.
gant »upper, the ceiitractiiig par name was I’etcr French, age 17
tie» received tokens of good wish« » n ar*. mid was killed on the 2". h
in tlu form of n number of beauti lav of Deecmber IS97 "
Foreman, 11. K. Thompson
ful and valuable present*, such 11»
I*HY. IUIAN A SURGEON.
Ca- H its
A bed r.«om suite, clock, l-utt-r
J. C Havs,
Medual Examiner for the
dish, tet of silver knivc» and fork*
Andr: w Grof.
Mutual Lift Insurance Ce.
eake stand, set of v»fs, ret of gla>*
A G Littrell,
W I) HUFFMAN.
aolde: water pitcher, s.t of sauce
fíf Office st reeidei.ee.
1 his cut represents our
load ot Goods as it appeared at the
Union Passenger Depot, Portland
dish««, bed spread, etc., etc.
The post mortem examination bv
Their mane fiiends, with one Dr Marsden proved all the wil-
nes»i. in error regarding the wav
voice, bid them 11 happy life
T> 'll’. KTON
dec. ated was *h t. vi. teatifvinn
he was shot in thebuek of the head
Examination proved that the ball
entered the »ide of tl.e face near
Wootiat h . n . Or. Ike 2-1. '97. 1 the eye and coming out at the hack
T imm -H krai . u :—As there of the head.
The remain» were brought to this
was considerable romance attached
to our trip to Wehfoot, I thought I place, arriving about 1«> o'clock p
would write you the particulars I u., on Monday. Tu« «dav noon M
left Hurns Dec. 9tli in company H Brenton, accompanied by Bert
with W H Canaday We had • French, brother of the deceas'd,
very pleasant trip < onaidering the li ft hero in eharga of the l«ody via
disagreeable weather and Lad ro.ids .Canyon to Baker City from where
Arriv'd at Tbe Dalles I’ec. 20 and it will be shipped to California.
Tlw> preliminary examination ef
levk the stenii.rr ' Regulator’ for
Portier d Mr Canaday took no Oliver baa not bee« htl.i, but i* avt
te the St Charles upon our arrival, for next Tuesday, ar.«! wi will bear
where wy met Mis« Mary McMur ! more concerning the pi
wil. il will I giv II
phy, of Sage-Iler-, and on the morn
ing of tl.e 22-1 we wended eur way
Dr. H. Burohtcrf
FJ*“0flS«.w »I French fletei.
loll 11 lltvrv Cl t Ml T.
1. Nt 1 >nviw.
t . M Fields, — Andrew*. O
Ac e Johnson, -
H S Morris,
R I ». O
firm in Eastern Oregon,
who buy at the low
est prices and in
We MEET and BEAT ALL
competition and can fill all or
Has 250 thorough-bred bucks
and will sell them from 4 to 8 do!
Tours for Business.
«o. ¡¿a. Bead w^ron.
I’AVI I OCHER Prop.
/JF'I'-.r by the keg <x gallea
G«vc him * trial.
Buy your goods from the Largest
ccrctarv, £;x.nart. Pd.