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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1898)
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(is THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
1ST kTIWSTAPER LN TUI» COUNTY.
WIDNKSDAY DECEMBER Î1 IM8
the Christmas Ball
All wool Mackinaw Coats at Boss
G. O. Hendricks and family came
Notice the change in the Harney
up from Lawen yesterday.
Valley Shingle Mill ad this issue.
Boots and Shoes at Bedrock
A New 5 ears dance ad appears
Prices at Boss Cash Store.
in this issue. Read it.
New Jewelry, noveltiei, etc. arriv , A new lot of Wool Mackinaws
and oVt>r coats at R A. Miller A
ii g daily at H. C. Bilger’s
New Outing Flannel and I.adies
Sweaters at Boss Cash Store.
ONCE A YEA3.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BLANKETS, BOOTS & SHOES
Be happy and make
We wish you a Merry Christmas.
That dance Dec. 23 by I.ee Cald per gallon at .Mason \ Lon
orchestra, will be good. At don’s-
Lawen will have a Christmas tree.
New May. I.itt’.e Giant and Aer- DO ’'STOTT
S. S. Williams is in Rurn9 this
Best line of dolls ever arrived in moter Windmills the three best
Burn» at C. II. Vocgtly’s hardware mills in existanct at prices to suit
CAN’T BE BEAT
—I. 8. Geer «fc Co.
Want to make a useful Christmas present? Come in and
Don’t fail to attend the drama to store.
Heavy underwarc ladies and sic us, possibly we may be able to suggest something to you.
X’nias Neckwear, jin est
gents extra sizes at R A. Miller A-
Dolls of every discription at C. H. in the city, at .Mason Lon Co’s.
Voegtly’s for the holiday trade.
1 KL’.V I. VHER Till' PLACE.
Why don’t you ootnein and order
Christmas turkeys at the bowling
A new line of Ladie’s and Missi .- a windmill, We have the best ones
\\ oolen gno is for head wear just on this earth and cheap too —1. S.
received at N. Brown -i Sons.
Geer A Co.
Brownsville all wool Blankets
Baron Ferdinand James de Roth-
and Clothing at Boss Cash Store.
Firti door louth of bowk
new stock of
and we have secured a sort of sub agency from that estimable
Th» schedule of expenditures was child, died suddenly Dec. 17th says statements, bill beads, cards, etc .
a dispatch from London.
gentleman who does the biggest business in the country on the night
crowded out this issue. It will
and can now furnish its patrons before Christmas.
Theie are people in thia yicinity who will appreci
Remember, if von fail to attend with such stationary at very reason ate a present more highly
appear in ®ur next
if it is some of our
the dance Dec. 23, you will regret able cost.
A fresh barrel of Cranberries at it. Music by Lee Caldwell’s orch
Mrs. Martha Adams, who L 3 ’^P erfumes » T oilet articles , albums »
Huston A Waters, 75 cents per gal estra.
been visiting her daughter in Mon
C. A. Bonnett ar.d Mrs. Bonnett
tana was a pasenger on the O-B <>r other handsome and useful novelties, which we have procured for
C. S. Biggs has been employed were registered at the Petkins in
as teacher of the intermediate de Portland one day last week.
Encourage home manufacturers
partment of the public school.
H i’ can’t name Pi iect-—'“ n " ill hays to see the goods
The O. C. Co, Huntington are by buying of Boss Cash Store,
Wo are so sure that
Fine shoes, the newest in style, selling the best Flour at $3.15 per Blankets, Clothing. Shirts, Sox etc to judge whether prices and quality are right
both i1 re right that we invite you to compare them
for ladies’ misses and children at
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machiaery,
fresh lot of the purest cream candies to be found anywhere in town.
The citizens of Silver creek are Woolen Mills at Brownsville Ore
N. Brown A Sons.
Flows, BicyclefSundries, etc.
Latest styles in mens Oxford
Tho Christmas tree committee ofi I going to have a Christmas tree
Lawen were in this week, buying | I Friday eve and and a da nee after Shoes at Boss Ca«h Stose.
candy, nuts etc.
The freshest and finest lot of on the dollas by buying Dry Goods
Boss Cash Store has a full line
ever brought to But ns, has Clothing, Boots and Shoes at Boes
Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
of Black Cashmere Lustre and just arrived at the City Drug Store. Cash Store.
Tin Shop in Harnev
The Baptist ladies aid society
Among those over, from Silver
Our genial old friend J. • Kel creek were W. L Best, Isaac Foster has a nice lot of fancy articles, suit
Give us a call and we will Convince you that we can gjv« l - h —
prices than anyone.
v up front Lawen the first of Fred Oakerman and Dell Dibble able for Christmas presents, for
sale at Lelah McGee’s Millinery
----- Dealer in-
Tents, Wagon covers and bed
This rough weather will cause
covers just received at 1. S. Geer A the hands to chap. Persian Cream
Judge M. D. Clifford passed
Co’s. Will be sold at bed rock
Huntington Thursday on
will cause them to heal again.
The genuine at the City Drug Store. his return to Canyon City from
Prestley Smyth is over from
Vale, where he has been holding
Joe Tupker is now running his court.—Huntington Herald.
Diamond and will perhaps remain
Blacksmith shop on a eash basis
until after the holidays.
Just received, a nice line of cbil
BA1LÈ5 A \t ATERS, P roprietor *
Nothing charged on the books,
Ladies, Lunaberg A Dalton have
received those new Butterick pat Call and get reduced cash prices. also a large assortment of rings,
terns. Call and get any pattern
W. J. Coleman, court stenograph chains, stick jins, etc. at 11. C
-»'in® W inos, Ttlaxiors
er of the Ninth district, ¡was in the Bilger’s.
A full line of of Window Shades. I city yesterday en route to his home
Elmer Bussert, who dispensed al
jlST'Courleous treatment guaranteed. Yot r patronage
Childrens and Infants hoods at in Canyon City.—Huntington Her coholic beverages for H. L. Valade.
for some time just, is now in th'
Bos» Cash Store.
employ of Wood all A Kelly Long
The thermometer at the weather
Dr Marsden has been on the s.ck Creek.—Canyon News.
bureau station registered 15 below ¡list since our last issue and unable
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
Before purchasing holiday goods,
z-ro last night—coldest weather I to attend his practice for a day o>
----- to be given-----
, two. He is much improved at this
Metschan A Cozad, contractors.
J- aler and inspect bis dolls, Fancy
X mas Suits, best grade, [ writing and able to be on the streets. glassware, skates etc.
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expess
lowest prices and largest Clarence Drink water has estab
L-ave Rums Tuesday,Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon City
stock in the city at .Mason lished an enviable reputation as a The Boss Cash Store is
C. W. DRINK WATER, Manager.
d i ntermedii.t i mints, Fare 15.
manager of the balls at his hall in
Every effort will be made to make this ball the grandest el the
Dressmaking and plain sewing I Harney. Remember Clarence has house building on .Main St
Call and sec them in their season.
Attend and we assure a
by Mrs Kauffman, assisted by Mrs charge ot the Christmas ball at.d
Luckey. Children’s clothes a spec it ¡9 assured success.
This office has been so crowded
ialtv. At the post office.
C. W. Parrish arrived here the
with job work this week that our
Dr. Lindsay made a professional first of the week from Vale, where
local reporter did not get to ‘ rubber
’• cordial invitation extended to all
trip to the Warm Spring the first he bad been in attendance upon
neck” as much as usual conse
of the week to see W. IL Hulbert s circut court. Mr. Panish was
quently locals are scarce this issue.
daughter, who is quite ill.
sick for several days at Vale, but
Gee. Craddock formerly of Siivies
C. H. Voegtly,the hardware man, has now fully recovered.
Residence Symes Hotel. Burns, Oregon.
passed through our citv or. bis way
will have a nice lot of fancy I liina
I. Epstein, the well known Mer , Ivrme from Alaska. He says Ala-ka
ware and Glass ware for the holi chant Tailor, desires to make a trip
is a great country and stock feed is
to Portland soon after the holiday. plenty in some parts during the
fir-i have at my ranch in Wild Hor-e Valley. 300 head of Graded
The entertainment given by the Those desiring a suit shou.d call i summer.—Canyon News.
M. riuo Rams, on- and two years old. which will beslid from $■» t O to
elocution class last Saturday even I immediately.
Wm D. HUFFMAN, P O Andrews, Or.
The Ontario Mattock is the name $7 00 per head.
ing was well attended, thp house be . .; I Henry Long, who was tried at . of ------
a wet|Gy paper started last week
ing crowed. We did not learn the Vale Malheur county, last week on at Qlltari0< Malheur county, by Ed
amount of receijits.
• a charge of stealing cattle, was L Kjng a young man teiently
Boss Cash Store is the cheapest 1 found not guiltv. He proved ’h*'-! grajuated from Forest Grove uni-
place in town to buy Neckware, ' I be was in Silver City, Idaho at the verfjty There is plenty of work
With L. A. Copshall, when in
Gloves, Shirts, Handkerchiefs etc. time the cattle were stolen.
jn th(jt rppion for a mattock vig-
Wm Riley is quite ill at the ranch
C. E. Kenvon. the genial book- ourously wielded.
MEALS 25 CENTS
Everybody come and dunce the latest dances to the BEST BALI
of S. Lau.pshire, with drop’y. His keeper of the P. L. 8. Co. of this
Kates for board by ths weak
|aPt Bures paomises to bo in a
ROOM MUSIC ever furnished in Burns, by
recovery is considered very doubt place, returned from Vale the latter rajr wav to have a first class lurni
or months mads known on
uart of last week, where be had been ture ¡.tore, as we learn that Mason
Remember that White l ine Ex looking after the interests of his y. [,r,ndo-i arc intending to put m a
full and complete line
pectorant will stop that troublesome employers in the circuit court.
upholstery gxxis, mirrors etc.
cough. You will always find it on
( \V. YOUNG, I’romptor.
Floor Manager»: C F Mc-
Don’t forget to bring your pres
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Their line will contist of Eastern
hand at the City Drug Store.
, Claude McG-e, Bru-. Byrd, and Frank Miller, Don’t he
ent.« for the Christmas ¡tree to th*
I R LAND OFFICE AT HI RN», OHEOON Ki”
made furniture, »olid oak, ash, etc,
Nov« mlier 12, 1S98.
fool, ü in the date —
The Ontario Mattock state« that
such as can only be Trade in the
NMles Is hereby siren that ’he I.U'oelna
it is rumored that there will be a The committee are doing their work, East and will be sold at bed ro< Is
• . > i«k. Ili el I—n.l l> mi l- -,«.«»• •
IVTonday, Doo. f3€3tlx.
change in the schedule of the train - now let the people furnish the pres price».
I 11,si »»14 I—will b« me le latore I he Remisier
about Jan. 1st. Instead of passing ents and the tree will L a success
». r Ire. .1.1er.1.1»- >ir
l-hi. T Bsll»
A »booting affrav occured at
III X.. M I ,r th- ST . 1* ,
. »W. -m ’
that place in the day time, they
! Ix»t 1.
'-/.and L®tt ! * ■
p.y H K .4 r.
It is rumored that lion. Binger
f-Ç'** Supper at the !lum«_jg-|
Susanville, Cirant county last
He nem<-e the following w It n»o prove
will go through in the small hours. Hermann will be appointed to the
• hie ronfi
rcaManc« upo» and mit I »at Ion
In that case the contemplated position of Seerelaty of the Interior Thursday aftern -on in which Jo«
! of sai l land, tir J.T Warr, KP har l *ml-h.
Fiazier wa» shot through the l'.im 8
Daily papers, periodical» maga UMitr'.er M Kin«.»- and John ». Ilarp<’. <
f Narre a llarner ‘ «»unt. Or*f.
change of the schedule of the O L upon the resignition of Secy Bl s ,
with a 45 "0 winchester in the
lines, etc, always on hand.
ÜKO. W HA} F.i Kegiater.
Stage line would be a benefit to which is expected is a short time
hand» of Geo Snodderly. Th»
those getting mail at this and other You can’t keep a good man down
trouble »»• caused by Frazi r in
offices along the line.
John L Rand made an ekqutn' terfering in Sn dderly'» control
—T he T ime » H erald and Ore-1 —If you want a piano or organ
There will be no regular Sunday pl«a to the jury Toesday in favor <.f his child, says tho lxing Creek
write the Jacoba>n Book and Music
gonian for 12 in advance.
school at the Presbyterian church of his client. Henry Long Mr. Eagle.
Co. The Dalles, Oregon,for prices.
T he T im »:« H erald ia cluhbir.g
next Sunday at 10.
•- but • Rind’s success as a criminal lawyer
J. F. Hester, of Malheur city, a with the leading out«ide papers and | T he T imes -H krai . p can furnish
Christmas service by the children has placed him in the front rank
y an» man w! » hs« l< i pro»pe«-t- off- rs vot-d inducement» for cash ysu letter heads and envelopes
at 11 o’clock, to which all are in of the profession in this state.—
ing on upper Willow creek for the eub«;riber». < ■ me in and get tour | printed at what yon will have to
reading matter for the long winter , pay for them not printed
vited There will also be a Christ- Malheur Gasette.
past two years, has suddenly dis
mas missionary service in the eve
• How to Get Fat" was the head appeared, aid no trace »bat ver
ning. at which tin»» tb»re will •*’
i he management has taken pains to make thia “the dance” of the
JOHN F. STRATTON'S
ing of an advertisement which a| • of him can be found. He had been
J0HÄ F. »TWATTGM a
special attention giventotbe musie
season. Floor Managers: C F McKinney,
sick for a week, and on the day ho
No admittance will b« charged at peered in a well known sporting dwvapearod he wa» son to leive
I. S. Geer and C A Byrd.
piper sold at the Bowling Alley
1er Vleils asltsr. »»essile S»»w
•tther of the services, but m the
A yoorg „ man < f ur hi» room about midnight. M/1
I »M Me-.
».we I ler».!
morning a collection «¡11 be tak“ i New» Stand
WMSeMl.«. . ■
.»rest XseSle. .'.«
s» given heurci.it ns hive trial a tho.o gb
Misic by Frol- Jamis' OiChosira. G. W. ïcungl Piompior-
for the suuda» *cho«f »nd in th*
..... « -el* • ■ • »-««’
and receive! the f-dlowirg answ search for the m »«i g n ao. hot
•ver.i E soother for m:--:
with ut »Tai!
'•Go to the bat .her shop.”
»il.ei»,81UU7 ImWtU twï «*
/ C, TEwnrr »
I. S. GEER à Co
CITY DRUG STORE.
A. V. RACINE,
Ths Bums Bar
Grand Xmas BaH
Friday, Dec. 23, at Harney, Oreg.
W. H. KELLEY
GRAND XMAS PALL
11 al I
MONDAY, DEC. 26
Prof. Frank James’ Orchestra.
(Ì rand X newìyears X bal L
Monday evening, January 2, 1899