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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1899)
$250,000,000 to whip
Commissioners court convened
Telephones For Resident s
cents on the
Misses Mabie Gowan and Minnie)
■ Al TÏI LASSEST CIRCULATION OF
The Blue Mt. Telephone Co. has
S. W. Miller has taken aposition
kelley are reported on the sick list
AMY KEWM>APKR IN THIS COUNTY.
as clerk at R A. Miller 4 Co’s decoded to install Teleplionee in ■ Qf THE SEASON
residences for $1,50 per month
Gents Mcckivear, finest store.
WIDMXSDAY JANUARY 4 Ulfs,
in tiie city, at Mason ^-Lon Inland Circle W. of W, will give where there are live on one line '
will be most gracefully coil
Each subscriber will have their call !
if “my lady 's” table on DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BLANKETS, BOOTS & SHOES
a masquerade ball on the 14th of
and can call any one on lino with
New Years Morn shows ad-
Many good resolutions were February.
out railing Central 1 nt whenever
tied beauty and brightness
Boas Cash Storo has moved to passed last Sunday, only to be
All wanting millinery aud notions requi'id can call Central and have
the old school building first door
| at greatly reduced prices call on same use of exchange rs individual
C ut G lass P erfume
north of Calkins restaurant and is
Lovers of Dates, Figs, Chestnuts (: Mrs. C. A. Byrd.
circuit lilies. The mania for listen
A P erfume A tom i z mr ,
ptepared to sell dry goods clothing etc, can find a fresh suply at Hus
ing wears away in a few days and
fWOur Mens and Boys ALL WOOL SUITS, made by the Eaglo
boots 4 shoes at price lower than ton «t Waters.
T oilet S et
per gallon at Mason $ Lon- the service is just as good as indi
the lowest. Give us a call.
or any of the many useful I Woolen’Mills, of Brownsville, Oregon,
vidual lines. Make up your line
Positive reductions in all lines of ■ don's
and ornamental little things
and sign contract» which are fur
A. Pearson is suffering with grip General Merchandise at N. Brown
Messers King 4 Hook will occupy
CAN’T BS BEAT
are still to be found in
nished at Central office and phones
the building lately vacated by C.
our selection of Holiday
New Jewelry, novelties, etc. arriv The last thing that happened in A. Byrd for a cabinet shop.
ience. The Co. is making arrange
ing daily at II. C. Bilger’s
Goods. We have a number
1898 was a line(?)«now storm that
Gents Meckicear, finest ments to give good service to Hun
of nice presents which will
Call up ’Phone 14 N. Brown A lasted all day Saturday.
in the city, at Mason Lon tington and Ontario Thereby
be sold at a great reduction tiusmufíuii the ri icr.
Sons' store and order yonti goods if The most complete slock of gen- don's.
giving Burns a very complete sys
this week. Better be early
you can’t come in’person.
| eral merchandise in Harney county
Mrs. Harry McClure is repoitod tern.
in making your selection for
B orn —To Mr and Mrs. Fred ' to select from at N. Brown & Sons. sick with rheumatism at’the resi
New Years presents.
Densted Jan. 1st, a boy. Dr. Mars
Resolutions o! Sympathy.
The January numbers of all the dence of G. W. Hayes.
C8Z" Fir»t door loath of book
den in attendance.
I IRI'G S IX >RE
leading periodical« and magizines
C entral ! Please call up 'phone
Fresh cranberries, 75 cts at the Bowling Alley News Stand No. 14 N. Brown 4 Sons’ store.
per gallon at Mason <)’• Lon ’Phone No. 14 N. Brown & Sons’ We want one of those Shield brand grief lias fallen across the home of
our most highly esteemed ncighl bor.
NOTICE OE DISSOLUTION-
store will answer all calls for any Hams for breakfast.
Dr W. I.. Ma railed, caused bv the
School will begin again next thing you want hi the General
An adjourned session of cireui: sudden death of his i nly brother
To whom it may concern: The
Monday after a vacation of two j Merchandise line.
court is set for the 10th inst at Geo It. Marsden, who died at the
co-partnership heretofore existing
New May, Litt’.e Giant and Aer- which time several casos will be j P-ranch on Dec , *20, '1898, there between W. B, Parker and A Cote,
fore be it
When you find an item of news tnoter Windmills the three best disposed of.
known ns the firm of Parker A- Cote,
call up 'phono No. 16. It will be mills in existanct at prices to suit
has this day dissolved by mutual
H ello C entral ! Call up 'phone
—I. 8. Geer <fc Co.
No. 14 N. Brown & Sons I want Valley Camp, No , 381, Woodman consent, and have decided property I
The Burns Elocution Class are
Fine Suits, best grade, talking of putting on another drama two pound can of Chase A San of the World, do hereby axpress and lands.
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
lowest prices and largest soon after “Queen Eether”.is played born’s famous coffee for breakfast. their heartfelt sympathy for Neigh Dated Dec.. 31st, 1898.
Flow«, Bicycl«|Sundri«s, etc.
stock in the city at Mason
L ost —One day last week by M. her and officer of their camp, and ; Call up 'phone 1C for job printing
II. Brenton, a red bound index for bis family, as well as his aged ’ on short notice.
Mr. Thompson, a cattle buyer, Mr. Chas. Anderson, is here on a ledger with a number of accounts, parents, in this their hour of dark- '
visit to his parents.
is sick at the Burns hotel under
statements, etc , and telephone cou- ness and grief.
Tents, Wagon covers and bed yons. Finder please leave at White
the care of Dr. Marsden.
Prepared by order of the camp.
Garden Seed« and Sporting Good*.
covers just received at I. 8. Geer A- Front Barn.
J. C. T empleton
Bonn—To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Co’s. Will be sold at lied rock
C. W. M c C lain
T n Shop In Harnev Co.
Ilowser, yesterday, at Harney, a prices.
In the n atter of thowl's'ate of 'Ph-mas
G eo . S. S izemore
Lee Thornberg was thrown from
N. Baker, Deceased .
daughter. Dr. Marsden was the
Convince you that wo can giyu better
Wra. Buffington and family ac- a horse last week receiving quite a
Notice is hereby given that the under prices than anyone.
feigned, the Executrix withill anncied
eomj ained by Frank Cummins, had scalp wound and o<ber bruises.
(alate of Thomas N.‘ Baker de
We have "a large and complete came over from’ Diamond the first He was in town the latter part of General Brook’s Proclamation. oith<*
ceased. has tiled her final account of the
adininistni'ion^of.'leaid Ent a to, in the
stock of Mackinaws, German socks. of the week.
Court of Harnev, Oregon, and
Havana, Dec. 31.—A proelama- County
Rubber goods and Overcoats N.
thi.t Mond«y, the Oth day of March. 1899
Burns, < »rt yon, is|iho timefand place
Brown & Sons.
Why don’t you come in ami order mation by Major General Brooke nt
nt t by the Hon. county .bulge of Haiti
lowest prices and largest a windmill.
We have the beet one« , will be issued tomorrow to the county for the hearing of such final ac
The P.tirns-Canvon stag) has stock in the city at Mason ' on this earth and cheap too —I. S. people of the island, it is as follows: count, and all parties interested in sail
• -talc ait ’heieby notified ,1<>|be present
changed schedule time. It now
i Geer 4 Co.
“Coining among you as the rep on or before Haul date and show cause. ¡1
leaves at 7 a in. Tuesdays Thurs Will Gates and wi^e were in the
why'said'flnalS account should not
Those drossing cases, photograph resentatives of the president, in any
lie accepted and appiov, <1 anti th* under- (
day and Saturdays.
first of the week to consult Dr. albums and other Christmas goods futherance and in continuation of signed Executrix be di'Chiirtfed limn fur
BAILRY 4- M ATERS, P uoi - rtetors .
of said estate
F ound —A long binding chain. Marsden in regard to a serious ear at Jorgensens are the finest ever the humane purpose with which ih. r adminiNtrution
I .i ' - BACKS, l' V riltrix.
my country interfeered to put an
The owner can have same by calling trouble with which Mrs. Gates is brought to Burns. Cali and see end ts the distressing conditions in I IHted atlBiiriH*. Or Jan 3 J1889.
eo \v . Il a vlh ,
at this office, proving property and afflicted.
them. The prices arc so low tliev this island. I deem it proper to say
riña Wines. Liquors nd Cigars,
Atty for Estate.
that tho object of tho present gov
paying for this not'c .
Dressmaking and plain sewing will supprise you.
ernment is tn give protection to the
Jost received, a nice line of chil- by Mrs. Kauffman, assisted by Mrs
t^“Courteoua treatment guaranteed. Your pati mage
T he T imes -H ervld can furnish people and security to property, to
dr»DS Necklaces, Bracelets and Luckey. Children's clothes a spec yeu letter heads and envelopes restore confidence, to encourage the
people to resuftic the pursuits of
also a large assortment of rings, ialtv. At the po«t office.
printed at what you will have* te peace, to build up waste plantations
chains, stick pins, etc. at II. C- • The Burns Athletic Club will be pay for them not printed.
to resume commercial traflie. and
to afford full protection in the ex
re-organized in the near future with
Hurns-Canyu.. Stage Line
Monday morning Byers’ mill race
of all civil and religious
Mi»« Ollie Frye has procured Chas. Green as iastructor. Mr. in Pendleton, breke in two pieces, ercise
Metschau 4 Cozad, contractor».
rooms in tho building north of Wei Green is an athlete and understands and a great flood of water came
“To this end the protection of the
Carrying U. S. Mails and Ea»tern Oregon Express Co'« Espers
come’s drug store and is prepared ' his business.
rushing down on the people, sur United States will be directed and
Having taken charge of the H.
to clean and repair clolbet for
L*ave Burns Tuesday .Thursday, Saturday, for Canyon City
’V. N. Jorgensen has some of the rounding their houses and tempor- every possible provision will be to Cheatham Shop, be desires
his d int ermedi* t» >oints, Fare 15.
gentlemen and ladies.
finest Christmas cards and celluloid arly imprisoning them. During channels of civil administration, friends to call and see him,
Prof. Bonham arrived Sunday hankerchief, collar, glove boxes,etc. the night a chinook wind had come although under military control.
ner Hothi at all ho'iri
from Drewsey to spend Christma.- Theeo goods will be sold cheap.
“In the interest and for the bene
up. In a few hours the snow on
with his family. He reports the
There will be preaching nt Har all the kills had melted as though those pos“esRi d of rights and pro
Drewsey schools in a nourishing
ney, at the close of the Sunday- a blast had come from a red hot perty in the island, the civil and
condition.—Long Creek Eagle.
school, in the afternoon and in the furnace, and the water, flowing criminal codes which prevailed
quickly down the hillsides, aug prior to tho relinquishment of
This affice has just received a evening, on Sunday Jan. 11.
now stock of envelojie«, litter headi
mented the volume of the mill Spaaish sovereignty will remain in
J. C. Templeton.
statement,!, il heads, cards, etc .
race until it ran full, and thin the force, with such modifications and
aad can now furnish its patrons
MILLER <t BYRD, Prpts
Quite a number of young people planking of the flume broke,'letting changes a« may from time to timu
—Carpets laid for $ 1J(IO to $1 50 Each.—
be found necessary in the interest
with such stationary at very reason were invited to the Presbyterian
out floods of water, doing consider- | of good government.
papara, periodicals maga
Manse last Saturday evening to able damage.
zines, etc, nlwavs on hand.
“The people of Cuba, without re
rar- Residence Symes Hotel, Burn«, Oregon.
We understand that the mail watch tho old year out and the new
gard to previous affliction*, are in
trains have changed time as we re one in. Those prescut report hav
vited and urged to co operate in
Mrs. M. D. Clifford went over to these objects by the exercise of
ported some time ago and the O- I ing a pleasant evening.
Baker City last Saturday on hear moderation, conciliation and good
B stage will also change schedule
To our patroris’*and friend» at ing of the sickness of her ¿husband. will cue toward another; and a
time, arriving here in the evening
With L. A. Copaha)!, when in
hearty accord in our humanitarian
Harney: Call up 'Phone No. 14
Hon. Judge Clifford was detained purpose will insure a kind and
instead of forenoon as now.
- and we ran supply you with your in Baker city for a few dava on ac- ‘
MEALS 25 CENTS.
Sylvia R. D. Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. wants the sume day lhe order i« count of a ’severe cold. Mr. Cole-
Rates for board by the no*It
N. B rown Jt Sox*,
F. have elected the following offi receiv'd.
island will also be pleased t» con
man stopped over with him.
or mentha made known on
cers for the ensuing trt-in: I.ela j
fer with those who may desire to
consult him on matters of public
McGee, N. G.; Ada Smith, V. G., i The leading merch- nts.
----- Dualer in-----
with friends in town.-Canyon News. I interest.”
M. L. Lewis. Secy ; B D. McIntyre.
Messrs Smith 4 Pearson have
The text of the proclamation has |
Fin. Secy.: Mrs. F. E. McGee, secured the contract for moving the
been cabled to Washington and ap
' Presbyterian church from its pres
Dr. Prko’s Cream Baking Powder
World. Pair High««, Mrztal an4 Dl|«->ma.
The pest office was
In the matter of tho estate of W.,
Sunday and the new p & now has Manse. The work has bean begun
Kingsbury, deceased: Joseph
charge. L. Weidenberg jr will put
in a stock ofconfecti -iary. station
and bond fixed at $2500 with Jo«.
A Fine Dirplay of
ery, tobacco, cigars, etc., in
John Lavery, the man who was
. Robertson, W. A. Robertson and J.'
building occupied bv the office and bound over t< await the action of
fCF~I have at my ranch in Wild Hor«e Valley. 300 head of Graded
will be deputy post master. He1 the grand jury for shooting at L. D. Daly as sureties, filed and ap
also informs us our assessor J. W.' C. De< oudre»« in Drewsey, several proved. N. E. Dur.ean, Win. Alt Merino Rara-, one and two years old. which will be arid from $5 50 to
<7 GO par head.
Wm D HUFFMAN, PO Andrews, Or.
iW'Givo him a Call.
French Hold Building
Buchanan will have bis office ther- week« ag\ gave bonds last week now and 8. 8. Williams appointed
appraisers of said estate.
for hie appearance at circuit court
T. Ennis, of the Blue Mountain
Ir. the matter of the estate and
next spring, and the country jail
Telephone Co., left for Canyon ar.d -
of Gussie Kingsbury,
is again without a occupant.
other points today. Mr. Ennis has
a minor: Jos. R bertson appointed
There is every indication that guardian Bond fixed at $40<X) filed
Leen putting in a l»«-al exchange
will do a* much building in with R. A. Miller. I. 8. Geer, H M
here tbe past few weeks. 1“
the year just past. Many Horton and Thoma» Jones ts sure
’phone« have been put in
Inland Lodge No. 70. K. of P.
A ' -7?
for the year *98 and by 1900 Burna ' of Lucy Baker, executrix of tlie eg
will install the following officer«
** * .
will be up to the 1500 mark easy i tate of T. N. Baker: Hearing of fin
the ensuing term: Sam Molher»-
>4 4 r-i
Mr* Cord elia Botkin was found al ar< "unt set for the first day ef
heod, C C: F. T Miller. V C; C. E
• »’ JL'V ■ le*
Kenyon. Prelate H M Horton, M gu’lty of murder in tbe first degree
—Carrie* a complete line of—
< f E: I. M Brown. M of F; A M at San Francisco Dec 30, and *en-| In tbe matter of th«-«ata*e of Oli
Byrd. K of R 4 8: C F. McKinney, ter.ced to life imprisonment for. ver Fam: Harve Dixon app«>inted
causing the death of Mr«. John P. | administrator Bond fixed at $4<MF*
II at A: Julian Ryr<l. I G;
Dunning, by tending a box of, filed and approved. E. I’. Finitb,
Ixtndmi. O G; AB
poisened candy to her temporary K J McK.nnon and Hull Hoich-
home at Darer.Del. Tbe d*fendent's * kiae appointed appraiser* Inean
»heir bail tomorrow evtning
will take the case to the tory atid spp.-aisemei.t filed. To FOREJCN AND DOMESTIC CIC&.RE
B Mason w-a» -I- • I
i *al valuation of p-.operty $3850ft> ‘
ffntaliv* 2r*i W
The Compliments 20 To 40
Dollar ¡Saved BLLying1
THE BOSS CASH STORE OF BURNS
BOSS CASH STORE.
I. S. GEER & Co,
The Burns Bar
W. H. KELLEY,
HOUSE PA1NTNC & PAPER HANGING.
A. V. RACINE,
THE “HUB" GROCERY