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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1899)
HAS I HE LARGEST CIRCULATION
R 'gular March weather.
School meeting next Monday.
Fresh Oysters at X. Brown &
—T he T imes -H erald and Ore
gonian for $2 in advance.
Oli EVON NOTES.
Two Cold. Feet
I. S. GEER à Co,
The streets of Sumpter are
any newspaper in this county .
C. R. Peterson is over from his
are common afflictions, so
Miss Lelah McGee has sold all
lighted by electric lights.
ranch on Crane creek.
her dress goods to Geo Fry.
common, in tact, that I
WEDNESDAY MAKCH 1 1XOJ
have laid in an extra sup
Buy your garden seeds at I. S.
Messri Bailey A Waters have
Umatilla county to do a good deal
Geer it Cos and save money.
taken charge of the Hotel Burns.
of building this spring and sum
Great reductions in our whole
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
HOT WATER BOTTLES
City election Tuedsav
a new Hallwood cash register,
stock—Boss Cash Store.
Plows, BicycleJSundries, etc.
^harles Chaney, of Amity, re
Call up ’phone 16 for job printing
■sooig .ysuxop ’
Miss Ethel McGee is reported on
for the aid and comfort of all frig
on short notice.
•sjaded j[qcti[UA jnoC a.uas
the sick list this week.
H? thinks it pays to raise good id-footed people.
-djd pull xoq Jisodap AIJBS V luajj
F. G. Stauffer was over from
The. extra supply 1 mentioned
suuiq .y saxof
Crane Creek the first of the week
—If you want a piano or organ
quat jo, saxou
For some time past there lias I means a good deal. You know (Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
write the Jacobs mi Book and Music
Best Outing Flannels reduced to lisodap joojd jH[Sjn<| putr ojtj
the difference between buying a
Co. The Dalles, Oregon,for prices.
ten cents at Boss Cash Store.
Tin Shop in Harnev Co
in the vicinity of Stayton, and in few cheap water bottles and buy-'
For the benfit of the “anglers’
We are yet unable to give the' some instances the pilfering was on ing a lot cheaply. I bought a lot
J. P. Dickenson of Lawen, was in this county, we publish the ne.v
Give us a call and wejwill Convince you that
we can K'Ve better
change of time of holding circuit quite an extensive scale.
seen on our streets yesterday.
at a low price. You can buy the prices than anyone.
trout law in full this issue.
Rubber Boots In pure gtitn,
For all kinds of groceries. Ham-
Two deer were killed at Beaver same wav. The
erack proof, carried only by N Bacon and Lard go to Lunaberg A by the legislature.
Hill, in Coos county, recently. The
Brow n & Sous.
New May. I.itt’e Giant and Aer- snow drove them out of the woods,
tnoter Windmills the three best and a resident of town shot then) I is often in adopting available
The Burns Athletic Club will
II. A. Miller, who has been con
give an exhibition and dance next fined to his bed with the grip for mills in existanot at prices to suit from a window of his dwelling.
' means to certain ends. The hot
—I. S. Geer A Co.
several days is convalescent.
A white coyote was captured in a water bag or bottle beats the old-
Fine assortment of Fancy Valen
The obi ndag■ “If March comes trap near tlye home of E S Combs fashioned hot biick. and makes
Send your orders for over
tines at W. N. Jorgensen s. Going shoes and rubbers to X. Brown A in like a lion il will go out like a last week, says the Lakeview Ex sleigh riding an enjoyable success.
BAILEV A WATERS, P ropi
lamb” comes to our mind while we aminer. The animal had been seen The hot water bottle has so many
List. Call at once.
C. II Voegtly, our hardware man
Watch for the display ad of M
returned from Portland yesterday
Tents, Wagon covers and bed past two years, and is so white one j means of applying heat in sickness
Fino Wines, Z*iquors ua
Lewis, Jreal estate and insurance
and reports a rough trip.
covers just received at I. S. Geer A must ’ook closely to discern him in even as a factor in sleighriding,
agent, in our next issue.
j Co's. Will be sold at bed rock the snow. The hair on the animal that every family should have
Onion 6ets and garden seeds of
is about five inches long.
from one to half a dozen. At » ^“Courteous treatment guaranteed. N our patronage
all kinks, fresh ai d pure, cheaper
my prices every family can.
than you can get them elsewhere
The salary cf the county school
H orton .
at I. S. Geer & Cos.
| superintednent of Harney countv
The Buckingham & Hecht Boots ; MessrsGould A Clark are boring a was raised to $500 by the legislat
( ’ITV 1 >l!l < i ST< >ie 1
Eurns-Canyo.. Stage Line
j he hail been stall feeding, to R.
and Shoes are unexcelled Lunaberg a well for I S. Geer at his residence ure.
Morris, of Salem. The cattle aver- j
A Dalton carrv the largest stock in on the hill this week.
Metschan A Cozad, contractors.
IL C. Bilger has jest received a aged 1189 pounds, and would have >
and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expeta
touched the 1200 mark except fori
Climax and Star tobacco Jo cts
Foil S ale —Livery stable, with or per pound for cash only at N. w itches of all sizes, fashions and one 2-vear-old Jersey in the bunrh. i NOTH t: <>l FINAL SEl'T..EMEN I
L’live Burns Tuesday .Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon City
prices. Call and see them.
without stock. Good business and Brown & Sons.
1 nternieJi t> mints, Fare $5.
They were sold for 4 cei.ts a pound
well located. For particulars apply
gross, netting Mr. Tait $1902 40, an In the matter ofj the Estate of Tlioinna
L ost —A I rown colored overcoat
N. Baker, Deceased.
Frank Moor’s barber shop now
to M. II. Brenton, Burns, Oregon
average of $47.56 a head.
Notice is hereby given that the under -
sports a new sign post, gotten up
the Executrix with,will nnnexe'l
A Egli and family, of Silver creek .
Captain G W Peters showed in. fiigned,
and Mrs. McGee's ranch. Finder
of the estate of ihonias N. Baker | le-
in the most artistic style.
accompanied by Miss Eastland. I
Ashland last week a box of assorted j ceased lias tiled her tinal account <1 the
glease leave at Meat Mraket.
of «aid Estate, in the
were the guestsof Mr. and Mrs C. E.! A. K. Richardson at Harney
fruit which had been crystalized by adininistra'ion
Court of Harney, Oregon, and
Tins office has just completed a process discovered by Mrs S 11 County
Kenyon last Saturday and Sunday. has shingles for sale. I. Wolden
’lint Monday, the 6th day of March, 1899
the blanks for tlse assessor and Monteith, of Eugene. The work la Binns Oregon, is the tiine|ati<l place
berg Jr. in Burns has shingles.
set by tlie Hon. . onnty Judge of Rai l
Groceries are not all the same, '
that officer will begin work im* was done in a Monteith evaporator. county
for the hearing of such linal ac
It was found necessary to call Dr 'r mediately.
the best gardes are the chepest
count, and all parties inter, sled in said
Crystalized apples, cherries, prunes' . esta’e aie‘he:cl»j’ notified tojie present
Shop first door north of this oilice.
and the best are always in stock Marsden to Harney last Saturday
or before «aid date and show cause, if
T he T imes -H erald is clubbing oranges, etc., were shown The
night tri see Geo James, who ha3 an
any why said tinal account should not
#1’00 to $1 50 Each.—
at N. Brown & Sons.
with the leading outside papers and fruit assumes a reniarknb-v rich he
......... and approved
... ..... and
attack of pneumonia.
offers good inducements for cash . cicarnet «.becoming absolutely trans-1
The little son of Mr. and C. H
I her adininistralion of said estate
ÌZF“Residence Symes Hotel, Burns, Oregon.
«ubseribers. Come in and get your parent, the seeds in an apple being
L ucy B a K eil Executrix.
Leonard has been quite sick with
. I- 1 Dated at Burns, Or. Jan 3 |1889.
membraneous croupe for a few days! fering their entire stock of wool- ‘ reading matter for the long winter clearly «sen. Fruit treated in this G eo . \V. H ayes ,
Atty for Estate.
wav will last for a long time, and ;
but is getting along well at this' en goods at reduced prices.
For the benefit of a number of „
Dr. Marsden was called to see
30 cents a pound.
Fine linnen bed spreads, pillow the little son of L. ('.Grout at the our citizens we will state that the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
shams and comforters that were Narrows last Saturday evening scalp bounty bill provides for a
sick with bounty of $2 to be paid for each 1 If Polygamist Roberts is really 1 8 LAND OFFICE AT Ht'ItNH, OHEOON
shipped to R. A Miller & Co by
February 9. 185)9.
scalp of coyote, mountain lion or
mistake, will be sold at greatly re I the grip.
accepted as a member of the house Notice in hereby given Hint the following
litth fi!td notice of hot intention
Miss Ollie Frye has procured
of representatives, seeming tliere- t<» make final proof
in support of Id« claim ami
providing affidavit is made before
that sni«i proof will boutade before the Register
rooms in the’building north of Wel
----- Dealer in------
for himself and family the so- , unti Keeelver, I’, s. I.unti offi« c, nt Burns, <>r-
The house back of the store of
a justice w.
of the [O.UVL
or magistrate ) I : by
eg.ui. on March
I\ iz George Craddock,
come’s drug store and is prepared .» of the county,
It. A. Miller A Co., recently pur
to clean and repair clothee for - - -
----------*•** to He fig
following witncMca to pro\e
like this may ’ be expected
chased by that firm from Joe Good
continuous residence upon ami cultivation
gentlemen and ladies.
viz Ben (’ozad. Frank R. Seis.
ure in accounts of “those present: Frjnk W. land,
killed in said conuty.
man, is being moved to the corner
Melschan mid George ihinidnit, all of
county. Oregt n.
“Representative Roberts and the
Lunaberg A Dalton
of the lot on the oack street and
GEO. W. HAYES, Kvgiatcr. ■
The borax teams came in from >
will be used by Mr. Dickenson for least a portion of vour trade; they Oregon yesterday with twenty tons three Mises. Roberts.”
| carry a large stock of general mer
chandise. Mail orders promptly of borax. This product is shipped
A Fine Display of
from Winnemucca to a firm in San
•aaujdS jprpjo saApsmaqi iJuiipiAs a,tendej to.
Undoubtedly or.e of the best
asoqj oj Mj-iuaq ieaj3 jo aq t'l
toasts on record was given by a
UEE ì VSW2\ L y
BAord i[t.w pue [aporn )saitq aq) jo! “Father” and ‘‘Mother” Bowen tract. 1 he teams left this morning
for the salt marsh loaded with gen- ' ,>r,n,t‘r' "z> “Woman—the fairest
ajo .silSifl y sauof jn aeoqx ‘»J b ?
of nature’s work. The edition is
FW“(iivo him a Call.
French Hotel Bmiding_jpJ
ajo star!ad aiqvnjBA jnoA UMOtiq their daughters at Sumpter. They eral merchandise and freight,! large, and no man should be with
Ft i; uaq.H Stittpou st saxoq jrsodap, arr «topi’W
and ore car for the Pueblo mining out a copy.’’
jooji I j«[3jnq purr ajy uo ptaj aqj,
This office has just received a company.—Winnemucca
Having taken charge of the II
W. C- Byrd, the local weather, Iipw ¡poc-k nf envelopes, letter heads State.
Shop, l,e desire« his
bureau reporter here, is arranging statements bill herds, cards, etc .
C. A Carlson, a Russian Fin.
friends to call and see bill),
with B S. Bagno to have the and can now furnish its patron*
with such stationary at very reason who ha* been working for Simon
at all hoart.
The follewing letters remain lin
weather forecast forwarded from
Lewis at the Narrows since last fall,
have at my ranch in Wild Horro Valley. 300 head of Graded
Portland each day by
was brought to Burns last Monday,
Merino Rains, one and two vearH old which will be acid from *5.50 to
which will Be if great benefit to' A S nap —A corner lot 100 x 100, upon a complaint made by Simon for the month ending Jan. 31st '99:
♦7 00 per head.
\\ in I). Ill F I* MAN, P O Andrew«, Or.
; good two rtorv house, barn and a
Bertrand, Moses Nelson, Chas.
fine well of water, for sale cheap Lewis and Wm. Bennett, who con Cummins, A. (card) Venetta, Dick
^-¡u Rp]] for ]efs
buildings sidered him insane and not a fit
Great reductions in Blanket?,
*2 50 Blankets reduced to ' •
cost if sold within ten days, ( all man to be at large. He baffled the
Notice is hereby given that my ¡
Femlric, M. F.
$2 65 .
on jf j, Lewis, Burns. Or.
wife, Lobi E. Stanclift, has left my (
day the complaintants were mm-
... $1 10
$ 1 35 ..
Worley. Joe bed and board, and I will not be,
A letter from Mrs. Julian Byrd moncd to find what he had been Watkins. R. J.
responsible for anv debts contraeteli
Downing, Fred F.
... *3 25
I ' to...
Lyons, Henry W.
by her after this date.
»5 00 Portland. Th-v have visited Dr mind was affected. After another
<6 00 ..
L ewis S iam lift
Di xon who conside-ed Mrs. Moth- examination last night tne board
J W. JONES A- co . Proprietor«,
Boss C ash S toke .
McWilliams, Wut* (card)
Dated this Hth day of Fob . 1899.
or»head's eyes quite serious, stating adjourned until today, at which
Sight.*. Mrs. Rose C.
Messrs King iA Hook have finish it would take tome time to cure time he was adjudged insane and
Schmitt Mrs. Annie
ed up two kitchen «upboards with tl e n
ordered to l>e taken to the asylum
flour chest and table combinations,
Willoughby, Dr. Claire
Fred Bryant, of Rve Patch. di»d Deputy sheriff Mothershead and C.
which are the neatest wc have ever
Willetts. Dan (2)
Carrie« a complete line of—
Tin: T imes -H erald can furnish
F. McKinney will start for Salem
seen. The wo kmanship is super at that place on Feb. 14th. He with him tomorrow evening.
Persons calling for the above
ior to those made in factories, the was the principal witness in the
printed at what you will have to
will please »ay A dvertised .
doors and sides being all panneled,
day for them not printed.
E. B. W aters , P. M.
and for usefullness are almost in DMHMM Silv»r 8t*t> "l‘ r"
•tand h» was here at one time to
dispensable. Call and examine
identify Boule and Shaw.
I wish to extend my thank* to
them before they are taken mar
the Misters and ficultv of St France«
FOREICN AND DOMESTIC CICARS
J F Mahon arrived here last
Wheeler county’s first officers
Academy, of Baker City, for their
have been appointed Governor Geer Sat.ardav with the remains of hie kindne-s and good treatment dur
nam ng the followmg.in accordance little daughter. Stella May, who ing the sickr.est of my daughter
with th* aw creating the countv t died at the convent in Baker City while under their care. I am satis
WALTON A GOODMAN. Propts.,
conduct its affairs: Countv Judge. Feb 13 Ir. our iwi» of Feb. 15 find everything posiiMe in the way
W. W. Kennedy. Fossil: sheriff. P
of medical aid, nursing, etc was
F inc Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigar« and cigarette«.
L Keeton, Caleb; clerk. G. O. But terred at that place hut since learn done for her.
J. F. Mahon.
ler, Waldron; treasurer. George S
Carpenter, Foeeil; school superin phone operators' the di*patcb being
tendent, O B Miles. F'*«il: asses a mistake. The body was embalm NOTICE OF PUBI.D MEETING
S LT). K ikm I Wftfun.
tor, I F. Shown. Waldron survey ed and upon Mr. Mahon « arrival
( JU •» •
A public meeting will I« h-ld at
from California was brought to this
or. F. L Stewart. Fossil cor ner.
• heck R-stwrar.l in Ci-nr.ect vr> M.-als at all hours
place and interred in the Burns th» court bous» in Burns, on bri
Dr McCorkle, Mitchell; commi«
sioners. Eugene Loonev. Mitchell
and C N Wagner. Wag' r. Al, SteL- wa* a ! right little girl of - al 7 3<'i* M for the purpose of
dj-e issing the i.ew charter and
ClkrarL t rd.
nre republican*, eieep'ing >ber ■’ rears and hived bv »11 h»r acq train placirg in -.«on.inatio-i a ticket to
Kept ui and Cinnmis-1'L' r Lx ner. atice* The bereaved family have
i. V -tid f.r cn the 7th Scat . at the
who aro round money democrats the sincere «vmpathv of a host of
regular city eleetinn
cf Herds in thi* ectirtrv
Th* eocn’y scat i* Foe- I
The Burns Bar
W. H. KELLEY,
HOUSE PAINTNG & PAPER HANGINC.
A. V. RACINE,
Green Front Saloon
d i :^ESS $Fß. CO-
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