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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1898)
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WtOXISVAT FEBRUARY H 189>.
The P- P- P- *,Hff Feb. 22.
Attend the P. P. P. dance Feb.
22. Good music.
Notice the ad of the Star Saloon
in this issue.
gee Mason A London’s new ad
in this issue.
Supt. W. C- Byrd is visiting the
Silver creek school.
Fine cranberries GO cents per
gillon at Mason it London’s.
Tout Allen is among us «gi n.
Chas. Bedell is spending a few
days in Burns.
Mrs. F. M. Jordan is confined to
—T he T imes H erald and Ore
gonian for $2 in advance.
The Burns Band will giva anoth
er concert in the near future.
From J. S. Kenyon.
E. A. Stauffer and family are in
Burns at present, the guests of Mrs. HOW IT IS DONE-HOW
I. 8. Geer.
E. E. Larks, the ‘'boss” clarinet
player of the Burns Band, received
Some Very Useful Hints to All
a new instrument this week.
Who Arc Interested.
The six applicants for teachers
eertificites before the board last
week were all successful.
Blns question often ..r. ? .
have consulted the best (not
the cheapest) physician you
know, and have received his
prescription. It should go to
ths best druggist you know—
one who will ureonlv the right
kind of drugs, and will not try
to fill it if he hasn’t the tight
kind. It should go to the
druggist who will exercise the
greatest care in getting the
light drug and the right quan
titv, and will go over his work
several times to be sure he is
We do this with ail prescription-
and take time to do it thor
oughly. We conduct our pre
scription business as the best
druggest should, and this is an
answer to the question ”Where
will you take it?”
Nothing stops us! Goods arriving Daily.
Prices Lower than Ever
In order to get a complete stock ot early Spring
Goods, we must buv now or else we would be com
pelled to take remnants Lit in the hands of wholesale
houses. Watch the local columns a little later and
Dawson City, Northwest Territory.
Our complete line of garden seeds
will be here in a few days.— I. S.
To E ditor of T imas H erald —
B orn —To the wife of Geo. Fry Geer <t Co.
Dear Sir: For your benefit as well
Tuesday, February 15, a girl.
for my many friends w ho I kave
A nice line of ladies’ Fedora
Herman Ruh, of I.awen, was hats just received at N. Brown A promised to write to I will, in one
seen on our streets one day last Sons.
letter, endeavor to fulfill my prom
Joe Rector spent several davs in
First, wishing you a merry
W I. Best was over from Silver town since our last issue. This
and a happy and pros-:
creek. We wonder why Mart Bak office acknowledges a pleasant call.
CITY DRUG STORE.
er don’t show up?
—If you want a piano or organ
Leaving Seattle upon the 12tb
A. Hembree, one of the substan write the Jacobs in Book and Music day of June, takipg pissage on a
tial citizens of the Narrows, was up
«learner from Portland I ar
the latter part of last week.
Salmon bellies,salt maekt ral, cod rived at Dawson City on the 25th '
bring supplies to last two years
L ost —Tuesday evening, a ‘’mar
dav of July, a distance of five
From a few hints I give below you TV. EFLOW JV C&? SOJXTS,
ket hook" with butcher account tn salmon.—Mason & London.
thousand miles via. St. Michaels
will form an idea how to arrange
Residents of the lake report g«ese and then up the 5 ukon river.
Return to Sheriff' McKinnon.
for the trip. Goods and merchan-
W C. Gib>on, representing the and swan coming in. This in li Ticket« to this place cost $150. j ! dis* of all kinds sell high.
board included, and 150 pounds of
Irwin Hodson Co. of Portland, is cates the coming of spring.
There has been several droves of
From the present outlook there baggage was allewed to each ticket. ¡beefand mutton brought in from
taking orders in Burns today.
This far the scenery, accidents, etc,
Mason <fc London have a large will not be near the high water were rather of the sameness and J I Seattle which has helped cut many
■ a poor miner to work his claim
variety of samples for spring cloth
scarce. Had fine weather. Some I
ing which you are invited to cal! there being enough to insure a full few were seasick while on the I There are many more things I
his advent into this new world of NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
ocean The only accident of im
BURNS MGT MARKET. >
time and fear of tiring you I will the northwest, and 1 want to say
BRING YOUR COUNTY WAR
LAMI OFFI» K AT III UNS, OREGON
bring mv letter to a close.
just here that a man’s life—I do
Indian who fell off’the boat gf»ing
RANTS TO N BROWN A SONS
—John Schlotter Propi—:-
FERRUARY K. ISM.
hides, tanned or otherwise, Bringj up the river.
not think—is complete until he i Notier i« herfl.y
HOW TO COME TO THE KLONDIKE.
given that lit 'le Thorn of
AND GET 90 CENTS CASH.
Dealer in all kinds of Meat ami
Riley. Ilnrncy c■•untv, ’»rexott Imn filed notice |
them in before the eud of thie
Intention to make nroof «ut her <le«eri inn i
After looking around Dawson a
After landing in Seattle purchase embody» one of these trips into it. of
J. IT. Garrett was down from month.
Nothing but the very
claim No 76 for the I.- ■ .. 3 and I. >• . X \\ ‘4 Sausage.
few flays, (a city not quite a year ' your year’s supply of canned goods, Upon hearing of a new discovery, «11.1 XM \ 1 .. .«er .. T p S R > L .''»cforr
Emigrant creek for a few days this
Re«i«tarand Kureiver I- H. land nfine ... best quality, at prices to suit every
Go to Jorgensen’s f«r a
on >atunlu\, t he i’.'tii day v ..f
Al old with 6,000 souls) watching the fruits, meats, etc., for such stuff is one makes up a pack, such us l'urna. h. Oragun.
week. John reports stock looking bum, W’orkbox, Dressing tine
body f<»r CAS4I only.
Case busy throng, for the city was all i verv bi gh ano scarce; Hour will ■ flour, bacon, coffee, etc., coffee put, Mart
She natnoa 11v following wituefiF^K to prom
well, plenty of hay and everything Scrapbook and a who.'e lot of other
the rom ph'i « i mention rivi i< ri minili u » > ' ’ «nid
bustle, buildings going ud in all! hardly pay to bring. If one wishes
’.il 1 .1. ahtia ! . i rut»!. K in <.»»•«• i. ,i»>l.n ■
( nki-rniaii, mi l I Frank Dib'de.
lovely on the creek.
A trial will prove satisfaction.
In!.'.le, n » I »»( Ri
Ill ’e . "re
directions, «aw mills running day to bring anything to sell or specu make for the reported spot at a
r»l.»M IM J..SC » .. I (¿•giater
The family of I’eter Clemens,
toi>phig .'idy i A
and night,although it was very diffi-' late on tin- should : I m
1 i .’J.I break reck -| •
who have resided in Burns for the Mason <t Bendon's. 16 yards for a cult to discern night from day st. in Seattle. Buy our ticket i long enough to get a I ite to . it
put several months, moved to the $1 and up.
L I u
tiiat time, ar the sun set nt 12 a! D- f A, ship your g . -I- tn tb:i; il'ict Upon arriving von drive four N ■f 1« h Uni
Oi »•»ft Hl
raw h ■ n Poison creek this week.
Those desiring photo work done
\ ot! can s low b< i n to , stakes, prosjuel tie ground and if
Boyle, the photographer, wishes should call on J. F. Boyla. Call morning.
-led Muff’ over tin Ciiiicoot p.i«-. a go! I is found, return and record
to inform the public that he will
Suddenly there came in a . (■.
T •S R.i'H, Pi quieter.
di.-larn ■ oi 2S miles, to l,.k- Liu
m! take down his tent on account photogra) he.
The ground is frozen to a great
of a new strike on Sulphur creek, derinan, or if one is on the trad
W' rk and prims guarantied to
of a rush of business.
depth and necessitau» wn.it is
BRING YOUR COUNTY WAR about 50 miles from Dawson. This early in March they can sled to culled
li I \\ H, I .rk*
iri v»> an I iufiipLuui
I thought to myself was the chance Lake Bennett and there whip-saw
New shoes, just received. The RANTS TO N. BROWN
of my life. So. making a pack, lumber or buy it at $150 per thous
First door north Timeg-Herald
latest t ie out. All other styles in
Noi l E OF KErEKEE .SALE
AND GET 90 CENTS CASH.
consisting of edibles of a very small and feet to build a boat to Boat and the ground is thawed out.
second places—•’Klondike" toe in
office. For information call at
in het chi* given that mitler an<l 1
An extra fine lol of fresh bacon, variety. I and three other men down the chair, of lakes and rivers I The mines are ail pincer and are by Notice
ladies’ wear. I’rettv and comfor
virtue oi a ceitain Htipiilation an<l
ndJrrse Burns Laundry.
ordei hik I decree of the Circuit Court
hams and lard at John Schlotter’s ’tarted fur the new find. After on down the great Yukon Biver.
table at N. Brown it Sons.
of the State of Oteiioii for Harney coun- !
traveling on foot one day and night Not being a sea faring man it won <1
'tv. b.iEetl tliei’con, in a cvrliiiii wuit in I
James Donegan and Win. Han
G. A. REM BOLD,
¡«1 partition pending* in Iho above entitled |
we reached the creek, made camp be useless for me^to suggest just per day of ten hours. Cotntnoti
lev camo in from Pollland last
Court whereiu Emily M. Hot t in whh
borer g> ts i 1 per hour.
wli.it pattern or fashion the boat
plainin'and Saialt Smitli A*lininiHtrri- j
week, the former having been in at Onion Sets for the coming season
We g. t plenty of beef and mut trix
of tho cstu’i* of .htFper »Smith <!«-
off our claims. Then we were al should be. That, however, can
tendance at the republican league We have them; choice ones, too.—
I an <1. I*nd ii. II. Brown weie defend
lowed 500 feet, but only 200 now. soon be determined after arriving ton wliieh costs $1 and $1.50 per ants
convention, the latter returnirg
i>»r pound; moose meat 75 eta pur etiie i d ii tr and »»r.|t*r mid di'cre <1, '
and $15 is the recording fee. Re
from a business trip.
E. C. Bussert. of the White house turning a little more liesurely, we at the lake» as all styles and pat pound; fish 50 cts Once more renJur <1 an i enteied on tin 281 Ii tiny | erra T IHCKH
J. W HIGGS.
terns are there on exhibition—it
oi <>c! 1
wherein the m ieraigned |
C anto » C itv .
H dsma .
Mrs. David Carey is at the resi Saloon, accompanied by Ben Har i recorded. Resting only a day or depending largely upm the amount wishing you all a merry Ubrist: r>s ' tv im itpp !>'>• ' it i *ti « in «aid ’Hint with .
and a happy New year, I will bid
Hicks & Biggs
dence of Geo. Shelley with her lit
so and same proceeding was gone of goods one brings in
■ ma up*io t N.u'ili m >ii ! repot t tbi* hdihf
yeu all good by».
to tl a n> xt rektuhtr Ler.ii ot h . ik I (’limit j
tie daughter, who is under the care Klondike. The saloon is in charge over gain into some other section.
After the boat is completed and
'Cotl't, lt’»'V llicruf ot* 1 willori Fliday
of the doctor. Mr. Clarence Carey of Hugh Smith and George Tregas : Thus it is a stampede to some new everything is loaded one can set iff
|tbe2~>th day ot i uhrunty, IS'.K, at the
li Canyon City
J. S. KENYON.
front d-’or oi tlie comt huu*e in Burns, (
cretk every day.
brought them over from Crane kiss.
down the river with only toe Finger
Harney couutv, Oregon, at the hour of
Every creek tributary to the Yu Rink Rapids, White Hors« Rapids
creek one day last week.
IV. A. Gowan received papers
2 o’clock p m, of aiiid «lay, Fell Io the
ldk*ln*st and l e*<t bidder J<ir ca»li in
is a sr j alate district < f its < w n. and the Canyon to fear. These
Dr. II Burchtorf, one of our den
I imim I all lhe follow init de-cubed ie.il
NOTICE FOR IT'BLICATION eNlate
lo wit: The NVVl-4 • f lhe NE1-4
lists, 'eft on last Monday’s stage
place* one can get a correct descrip
th»* .SWI-I of the SEI-4 mid the
for Prineville where he will visit
tion of by those on the trail so tl at
PROP OF THE
11-2 of Scciioh 30, Townahip 30, S It
Fell. I, ISO!
E W. M
the same beiiiR the real
>datives and friend*. The doctor are informed there is some special high. Several have sold fir seven ■ one will have no difficulty in sailing Noti' e 1« hen l>v given ilia’ the f»>lh»w!ng
ty five to one hundred thousand 1 along down stream after the Rink nainr<! «••tiler ha« nic l nothe «if hl« i'itertioii property desci¡bed in #aid order and
expects to be absent about two woik to be dene.
to mak«1 filial pr«M»f in «npport «»f bin elttiin.anil dreiee and stipuhitiuri and the subject RED
dollars. Quite a number of lhe j Rapidsart passed. 11 is a continual that «ai«l proof will l e i - im H o before R«*t*iM!er matter o said huh in partition.
The I*. I’. P’s. will give a ball the
and Ke< « iver C S. I.anti Offjeeat Buri s iregon,
Dated at Burn«. Oregon J in. 20. 1898 : lll’NTfSC'l o*.' »
k : k . \ ¡ k ,b hn < I awn .
22d at Locher's hall. This society' Eldorado and Bonanza claim* turn round of pleasure with nothing >o on IM Man N.. h II. 17 | for
J W B iggh , Reteree.
I m * -I J
I « mi I -I ¿El I
Rrisg or send your products to l
out from an ounce to as high a« do except to note the scenery and
. JI. Tp .0 1“. It ■ i:
has given an annual ball on this
i Mr. Wooley wishi-s his many
name« f he fol'owlna u itnc««» k *<> pro c
N. Rrcwn & Sons. We pay the
eight hundred dol are to the pan, float along at about seven mili» p r Ilin He rontinu.iuK
imitlenre upon an«l inliiva
fiiruds in this county to givu him
date for the pad several years, ul-
Petition / </■ Lit/ntn- Perente
t| i’i of. ► -bl I hii «!, riz <»- nr if'intvr and si j-i
highest price for eggs and butter
Mewtt of Fenlali, <»reg*»i . John -ha«" on of
<’all when nt Huntington,
way# making them a grand success and sc it seems to be all over the hour with the current. Without field
Inntii'H. Oregoa. I’e'er R.*b< fi n « f Im-vk•»,
Eggs are still selling for 33j cents
To lhe lion County < ontt of the ^tate >
and this on* will not be an excep country so far as prospected. Il is »nine unavoidable accident within Oregon
per dozen and we can handle some
no strange thing to find very fair eight dav# after leaving lak • Ben
We the uhderaititied le.’al voter«, r pm - |
8 W. MILLER,
at that price.
prospect# on the top if mo»t of the nett von will reach Dawson City a
dent» and lreeh«»hkra of Luke pte< lin t
nioGt reaoectfully ask that you Riant a
Toilev, lhe little daughter of Mr. mountains and in ull the sand bars
thriving, prosperous little city of
l!cem*e to J. L Bkein and .1. T Ware*
Frank A.n.tt. the young cattle and Mrs. Chas Johnson, has a very
IN AI. FROOF
bell apiritoiis malt and vinoun liipior-
buyer who captured so many r-. n:«.i _w-.i. ,,f pneun.onia fever of the creek#
- - - Oregon.
just a year» giowth with a popula r.ANb OFFICI AT BU1CN0, OREGON. to
In I prm (piantitiet than one gallon fora
Now, I do not writ» this an a lion of a little over
b.vines in our county last spring, The little girl is unuei
« o I a or to sx< ite sonn poor This is the supply center for nil Xntk s- !• hi-rety vi»» !) Ibi»* i harka K«»f»«-r of M trull, I MIK, in Lake Precint i, ll.tr
is again among us looking after Dr. Marsdtn and is getting along »oul into
!> r « S’.rd n.i'i'v <>f Iriti-li»l >ii Ir» mak« Aliai ney count v, Oregon, ami « « i • in | • ti-
f.r»x4 l cìgii - lli-aiairr and Ih «riverì r>. I.nn»!
anether big shipment. Mr. Arnett as w»ll as could be expected.
you t'n'«e as facts as they exist, By cs'tR'íR)í"..,.l’p Klondike district ..»Tire h» Bum* orr/oit. citi Tbn «da). ihe 17th
E»-' .mari. I ■ ’#» m Thnix-r ttihnre ap (i W Hiirdi«ty
inade many friends hist season
' r ii i mi 1AN
and would nth»- advine all friends from Seattle a ¿i-tancé oY’fFl* davo!
II»- nai. •««« Hirn«»n.p Win H« i,• <!!. nf I H Wo li
Notices are posted for the antiu 1
* bile here which will be of benefit
<>rrV<>ti. Wm 4<>rri«... .!■•
who have families and making # miles as against goii g around by Varrò»«
lt A Smith
John A tt«lHr«*r»ti
tid Ju>» .laher all ..f llarnrv. <»r<v«ui
school election in this district to
.loli*. T B.ti’ev
to him this season.
f l \\' i uri ih
good living to I ot come Especial water a diitance of flv i th lUs tt.d
TIl'iMA b J i i.XE.w Keiilatar.
I. » i» o areltMlI
be held Monday, March 7. A clerk
■I (’ >iiiim#inn
ly those affected with rheumatism, milts Once roil are in Dawson s
I'. L Olivini
---------------------------------------------- J a« II 11 •• I (»i« It
The d.-nce given last Monday tod cne director will be elected and
S II Kimnoiin f®" 'fflev at ri -nlenca.
lung trouble, or heart disease I ad you se* hundreds of men packing NlTlCrc FOR PCBLICASION. W
night under the auspices of th»'a special tax fot school purposes
Warren < 'urli»»
vise to stay away from this cli their suppliss out into lhe mine# i aw OFFICE AT
1st’ < »•'•lilt
H ili M«*Kriigie
Sylvia Rebekah lodge I O O. F , wil! be considered.
111 HAS OREGON. J>’hn MuCov
< I ;* m MrK »•t.g M
mate. No ene know« wh it hard and using sleds in winter, drawn
(’»»-per I hi h
wts a very successful affair. l oth
w S llalnv
Er. II. Burch4:if
Prof J. M. Pt*I les received the ships are until they tick«1! a coun
In the ab- '■ Vll !.. rel.v irlvr-i that th. !»!!.>«!■• V (’MWtflH.I
I irthli (’Awlflrld
financially and socially; many »id news, last Monday, that his try where everything they eat and by one or more dogs
"• ' \ .• ' • r l.> • | . .|
. .lot nwIfie.l
Oc«» W ('».»Ifirl.l
*»nce of a dug you ar* comp«
\' ' • •
.f ( , Z L rtlO’liAH
I* Il v < <»f»l«*gl>
pronouncing it the best party of father died at his home near 8*iem wear ha# to be packed on vour
J V f, y
<ìn»ir«f** li v
the reason 75 tickets were sold last Friday afternoon. The de back or battled by a dog or> a 'sled
I JI s
tifile. »I Zuiul.Jl.Ul
I uis is a verj hard tout.try in a
We publish a very interesting ceased was 72 years old and ar. as there are but few horse* and m
uwifiji tz* io much pack [ tng
letter from J. S. Kenyon today old pioneer of Oregon, coming horse feed verv hip’ - I iy cost A and bard lab ■ . ,n w >rk an 1 el-
p1 ■ •
roc K inspector .
Mr. K. Ina been in Dawson »ince to this state in 1S50. During hts i '.V 10 per tou.
no-urt» «•ofififr» I • 4h mm ilig
last July and is a man whose word life he bold man» positions ol for other anici •
. n i r>•; ► v corsi r,
The»» mi e- in tb- '.chest ii
The average temperature <■<> f i
can be relied upon. Partie» con trust, having bei a judge o'. Marton
known world, 1 raw a nugget U>e
I NI I >;i\ ÍM.
this winter wat near 25 degrees lie- other day takvn out of claim 35.
templating a trip to the north county fol 12 years.
I AND OI K AT BCICM. OREG»’.
I ' M Field*,
should read what he say# as there
Notice of a meeting of th"* detno low zero. It get# down to 75 to Eldorado, which weigh»d fi&HA :;5.
«rbinar. :u 1 •».
MEALS 25 ( ENTS
i» much useful information to be cratie county central committee or» fiO for a few w»«ks at a tin.e. but Bonanza, Bear, Hunker, Quarta, nan • i >wt ■ r Y B.
rnak* ’ '»* Pa hi •’ij-p^rt nt li a < Itim an i
Rained therefrom Watch our cot March 5tb. is published in this there is »careely any wind so that Gold Bottom Sulphur and ludian r..
■ ' W »»el !•
i b1 mude bef»»r* 'li* Rr/.vr
Rates for board by the week H. S Morris,
•nd Hr- ♦ i • ”f »1 ■ M . 1 ' »
. H ’ >
umns for another letter Mmetime issue. Chairn’an Thompson has
Mar. h . 1*^ 1
creeks are all very rich and all ..n
| ». ' »
X.«. » i «. for ' h* I 1; . < - . i an I i <N * 1 4
in the future as we expect to again sent a personal letter to each of the fur» fro clo hing. It is * very dif hav» many small tributarie», called ar*-
II. T * «»*
||r nam • !•••
bear from Mr. Kenyon on the po«-
" 11 ' '"n
•all U h : • 4 ' X ’ J, ‘ “ ■’* 'iri
• • ‘ f
ribi'iities and future of that great possible, a* several questions of man fr ^m a wsman wh»n youmeet Tliera are hundred« of in :n «cat» W. mh I rr»r I m - . I 1 > \ • I i4 i. • ary t ! Thornburz
importance will come up tor «1 is-
of Rlk-y. '»ra
gold field T he T imm H erald eu«sii»n. one of which will t« th* them on tho trail.
GEO S. HIZEMORK,
terwd all ov«r the country pro«p»ct
>• glad to receive such service from advi-abihty of fusing with the sil
log and thers i* »car«-ly »51.«» pas» •
I’ACL l.OCIIKR Rrnp
a tr.an Wwell known in this coun ver forces on «tale and district of supplies this season and a great .that there isn’t a »«ampeà» to some
... O heg - an •
ty and one whom our readers can fices. which will, without doubt, many ted to go oat and down the |new find. Yotir humble serv.tnt
• a '•*
. u VU ’.j. 1 I-'»1 , £ MB Brrr bv
• the I« f
.made one of th a- st m.ie t • • • ee
P'lt confidence in as sti’ing f.et«
Girt Inin « irmi.
J. C. Wooley