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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1899)
R. F. Claypool is in Burns from
New stock of crockery
- rf just
« —— - re-1
eeived at I S Goer A- Cu’s.
Screen doors, fir frames, cheaper
The Albany Nurseries are what
better than any in loan, at C.
New dress goods received at
■AS TH« LASSEST CIRCULATION OF I
one would consider a hoinebusiness
R. A. Millet i Co’s this week
ART MBWiTAFIK LN THIS COUNTY.
and should receive good patronage. I
an addition to their granery.
R D Maplcsden, the representative
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Harry Riggs and wife arrived
Dr. Thus Cleveland was amoung :*
WIDNKBDAT JC1.Y ■ lai's
it of bathing
at a . the
Warm Springs will deliver th? trees and shrubs in
from Warner last Sunday.—Lake
those whe spent the 4th with us.
will be glad to learn that Mr. Good person this fall and guarantees
j County Examiner.
man has enlarged the swimming every thing satisfactory
W. R. Parker and family have
are tbe guests of friends in Burns. tank to 14x20 feet and from " to 5
R ilkv , -
- O kk *» n ,
We have been celebrating. We moved to the «arm springs where
For the benefit of those whose
Mrs. W. C. Cecil has a cherry feet deep. The house has been fix
ou Silvtr Creek where
consider that excuse enough for be
ed in goed shape and is ready for do not under stand the dog tax we (
ing late this issue.
will say that 43 per year is charged
A E’li and family were one of this year.
Hardwood bedsteads, cheap, at the numerous firuilies to attend the
If you want a piano or organ call
U. I’. Sam has been giving street three months. Dogs from the out I
C. A, Byrds.
concerts for several evenings and side «ill be allowed to run at larg ■.
Commissioners Court ia in ses When you find tn item of news prices.
alwiiya draws a crowd. The olJ on our streets for 2 days after that I
call up 'phone No. 16. It will be
sion this week.
evidently came in via Silver time the marshal can place them i
Mrs. Florence Smith Hausman
creek for we notice in one of his in the pond and tho owner will'
Do you want a hammock? R. A.
and husband are in Burns visiting
Wouldenber» k Berg
songs he mentions the fact that the hnvo to “‘cough up' fl before lie
hare relatives and friends.
Mille^w Co. have them.
opened their Brewery Saloon and
“boy« from silver creek never lie." gets him.
We bare a number of scalp are doing a go»d business.
J. F Boyle, the photographer, is
is What did y*u pay him Hogan?
bounty blanks on hand.
now prepared to do all kinds of
Hou e Burned
Shirk Bros, outfit loaded with first class work.
A nice assortment of dining
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machiaery,
farm machinery and left for Catlow
Mower has given perfect satisfac
chairs at C. A. Byrd’s.
M. Zigenfu» et peels to leave in n
Plows, Bicycl»*Sundri»s, etc.
Valley yesterday.—Ontario Advo
short time for Baker City »ml tion. It cuts heavy grass better Nannie Byerley near the Isltiad
Willie McKinney has returned cate.
than any other mower 1 have ever was burned with all the household
home from school to spend his va
I can recommend it to mv furniture and supplies last Satur
Prineville »ill have a race meet neighbors as the best mower made. lay evening The fire caught be
from l’rir.evillc this week taking in
Racine Bro’s havo anything de- the races and visiting relatives and in October. Bills were rcciev-
D avid II. N ei . son ,
tween the ceiling and roof of the Garden Seed« aad Sporting Ooeda
sired in the hardware line.
cd and posted this week.
Pendleton, Ore., Dec. 23. 1898.
kitchen while Mrs. P>. was at the
—C. H. Voegtlv Agent correl milking. The house was not
Mrs. Rose Hembree-McGrath 1>
W. L. Best stopped in Burns
A new high grade bicycle with n
Tin Shop In Harnev
expected here from’ Missouri in the complete set of tools and repairing « bile on hie nay home from the
II C Smith has our thanks for a of much value but the lady had
Give ns a call sad wa'wil! Cantinee ya» that wa ea* giy» batter
nt*r future or. a visit.
outfit,also a second hand wheel for railroad and took in the celebration complimentary ticket which en just laid in ove- #100 worth of sup- price» thau anyone.
it >od (fuality mertl.andise sab- at R. A. Miller A- Co's. Cheap The largest and best liae of ladies titles ourself and better-half to plies a hie were all burned with all ’
her clothing, furniture etc. They
and lou-i st possible prices— as dirt.
xnd gents watches to select from seats in the ampi theatre at the
• nly ••.red a few things ns the fire
Brown 4* S-<ns
M F. Williams, wife and daugh in Buytis at the City Drug Store.
rapidly, the walls fi'ting in
B orn —This (Thursday morning) ter Mias Ella, have returned from
Jon.rs A Biggs have ordered one want anil has the sincere gratitude lees than 10 nrinutas after the fire
to Mr. and Mrs W. O White a 10 Washington and will make tneir of the latest improved time locks
ot those who attend tho races.
was discovert'. There was no in
Dr. Marsden reports home in this county again.
for the vault in th* bank.
BAfl.Sï 4 R'ATÎRS, Pieni tt»»s.
R D Maplesden, repnssnting the urance. The loss 1a to be deplored
mother and child doing well.
C A Byrd will m.-.ke your ¡»tinges
I. S. ¿leer and Co have some ad “Old Reliable" Albany Nurseries, is Mrs. Bycrlev is a widow and had
C. II. Vobgtly has Just received and do upholstering a great deni justable
window serenes which they
v •pent several dur» in Burns la«t to work hard to support lierself .and ]
than • you can ship it in 4 _ 11 » a*'
lot / - ui
Oak - vuua
sell for 40 cents and up.
Tin» Wifi as . ZilQMOis ad öijtrs
week. lie coti.es well recommen
stoves, styel ranges, parlor heaters 1 ani' Jl,!'t as good,
Mrs. John Daly is over from ded and will shew you anything in ,
in any style and size desired.
i-yCourteeaa treatment ju»r»nt«ed. Y*ur patreaage
Champion Jeffries and sailor D’ewsey on a visit to friend and re
his line. Mr Maplcsden will call
We /all attention to the change Sharkey are matched for 25 rounds latives. She expect» to remain in on the residents of thii county and
18 loot ring. Queeusbury rules, to
in the ad of C S. Biggs. He will
Burns foi sometime.
we are satisfied his tree« and shrubs A WISE WOMAN
light any old place on or about Oct
do a general undertaking business. 20th.
Harry C Smith has the contract are all that an- represented.
always takes all possible pre
□ urnt-Canyo;. Stag» Lin»
for building a fine large stone cel
Wire cable and rope of all kinds
We were shown a beautiful Moss
for stacking hay just rccieved by Rose in full bloom at the residence 1 ir for H. M. Horton, of the City cago in person and if you will go to
Metachan A Cotad, eonlractafi.
tion of Moths when she packs
I S Geer A Co. Also 11 > ks, single of Chris Lackman the other day. Drug Store. Work will begin im his place you will sec as fine a lot
and Eastern Oregon Expreis C*'a Expm
away the winter clothing.
This is the first ofthat pirticulsr
of goods ‘as ever was brought to
Leave Burn« Tuesday,Thursday,Katurdsy,for Caaysa City
IL T Boatman, ef the Grand Av Burns. To tec is to believe, there She does not have to spend much
Mrs. J. C. Wooley, now'a resident variety e. c have ever seen here.
1 intamsJi .1» ,>*iats, Fart Sb.
enue Horse and Mule Commission fore go and see.
of Haines Raker county, is here Bring your orders for mer Co, Kansas City, was in the city
money on the precautions
with her son visiting relatives and chandise to A* Brown 4' M n 'ay on his way to the “P rinch
Miss Ollie Frye wishes us tn an
because we sell
friends. They took in the celebra Sons and get the best goods
>o purchase mules.—Vale Gaaitte. nounce that she has dispensed
at the lowest prices-
tion and races at Burns.
with her rooms up town and those MOTH BALLS AND CAÍPHOR
We call ytUir attention to tho desiring mending and cloths e'ean-
Buy a mower of the deal
display of Cameras in the north ed can now find her at home.
I A fev.- cents may «ave a suit
er that carries a full supply
window of jdie Citv Drag Store
of extras for same. Tha t is attend a little son of Mr. and Mrs. These w ilPue sold from #3 up.
S hingles ! S iiinui . es ! Parties de ¡of cloths or save sbine valúa-
Cauiblin, who was quite sick
the Jones Chain Mower at Dan
shingles can find them at I blu fura.
with pneumonia. The patient is
Shop Grit door north of this wffi««.
D N. Cattereon nn I his son Scott S. Geer X Co’s s i .v mill McKii ny
H. M. H orton .
ofL.iwn Harney County, were in
—Carpott laid for 11’00 to 11 50 Each.—
.t Sparrows sa* mill, Seth Rower
Church cf Christ, Scientist, Ser
Monarch axle grr a«c first class Ontario nil loaded with supplies it Co’» ami L >n Seaward's at Har
vices Sunday at 11 o’clock a m.l
< ’1TY DKÎ G ST< >HE
axle oil also beet quality of tin! farm machinery for themiilves ney, at th» post office in Burns or
Reaidaocs Krista nota!. Burna, Or«g»n.
*nd 7:30 p. m., Sunday School at j
■ Machine oil, at Racine Bros. Call Friday.—Ontario Advocate
10 o'clock. Wednesday evening ! and get a sample.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Luckey
meeting at 7:30 at the residence of J‘
A K RICHARDSON
Messrs Leonard and Huston, who
F C I.usk. manager of the Pete have gone to Eugene where they
Mr. II. E Smith.
I r-rch csta'e. came in Ibis :acrn- «ill make their home in the future
E. E. Lsughlir, who left here ' ing from the northern country by Mr. Luckey took several head of books as experts, for some time
Hari »v Countv, Oregon.
last winter for Portland to have hi« private conveyance—Winnemucca horses over the mountains to sell. past,‘will not be ready to make a
complete re|>ort at thia ti’rei of(
leg operated on, has returned niu.h Silver State June 29.
The summer is passing countv court. They will perhapl Jam» r.iul Dnnmi'd, Happy
improved. Mr."Laughlin has been
Haying »ill ft egin ill over the
make^aj'partial report however Valley and Juniper
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afflicted for many years and his
county this wa-k. Some have L»- Lilians, Al alls, Swisscs and
friends here are glad to see him so I gun already and reports arc that all white dress goods re
We cordially invite our friend«
voitid, C.Ualsw and Puebla.
| the cr*p in this county will lie be duced, after this wee’e Call ami patroya to call on us while in
before we are sold out of Burns for tin ceh I ration. Wc Milt Dav is, Drewsey.
Gentlemen:—The Jones Chain: yond the average this season.
Mower is the best |machine I ev«r
There ».ill be no services at the these goods— .A’- Brown <J'
crockery, lamp.- ret and will I h -
used. There vnereseveral puschas- ; Presbyterian church in Burn« Sun
pleaded to show our goods
0'1»'« l r» >»e
ed in this vicinity last season and day except the Sunday School
Hon M D, Clifford *ife ami son
AMU. NIHON, BICYCLES, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, BRUSHtS
I.a< i >r Buss
everybody was pleased with them The regular «ervices will be hr!! Harold drove over froai Canyon
i *vr> or»' r at irli««. oriuon
I have heard nothing but praise for in Ilarney to which all are invited !a«t Monday in order to ba here
Burl Erosi 1 laika.
J. C. T« mfl « ton .
for the celebration. Mr*.
their good quaitie«.
■ > 1114*■ DII» proof n *i|j.;>urt nf . « ' ih ii > • ' 4
W C W inston . 1 D L and Wm Shirk of Cation .
ai «ai :
*111 « • •■’.* rf •
* R*g a
08 lhcv have just had a siege
ai >1 !.*• *n»r U. - lari <> i » i
Thor Anderson w|.o left here jn Augii»-. i2 :1. . yj/ > a>-| h T l arn*« lld
Winston, Ore, Dec 5, 1898. Valiev, Ilaracv co*ntv, arrived "Liieasli« in tlwir family.
I U' r, .* • '4i i.,r
| . 4 -, k •
about three nmi.th« n:.i tur A! .«k i b eo
—C. H. Voegtlv Ager t. i here Sunday with 9CO brad of mix
fo!lovinf vr! n*»»*r 'n «, » e
uixan faints .
Jake Contarvi, the Tailor, ha- a returned last week. Tom tells hi« hla lio r. n* < .mi •»»!.»
*■« a: I 'utl*»’l<n
Red wagon pailita, Imperial
1 1 a \ / H . Ma • hs* liti', f I.
The first issue of the Harney Coun
fine lot of goods from which to fricndsjhe came bac k to spend th« Pi.r • * .<i Ira kiar a a t,i l’i.rt.» inegt n
Coach black, Chrome green,
they soil to buyers here This ea!-
Black, Brewalcr green, < armin' (;f)ronje
'ito * n» yk », R»giat»r
ye||0W| Indian red,
ty News under (he management cf
make suits and bis prices are r»a- 4th of July i<> Burns I ut the fact
«ill net them about 425,000.—On
Boyd Bros has reached our table.
first i is, he found nu inducciiienta up
tian red, Vermillion, Lamp black,
door north of 1 be po«tu(!ice.
It is all at home print and had a
there. In ¡convi ra a: n with Tur
Burnt umber, Burnt sienna, U1U-
r, r< a : mo
A dispatch from Austin Texaa.
nice write up of Burns its outlook,
manno blae, Prussian blue, Italian
The talk in administration cjr T imes -III.nai.r> nun Mr Anderaonj I 1
bi ' nu , •uroe*
Lusi:ie«s mec and in fact a genera! | say»: L M. Grogan, meinl>er of the des of the advisability of addin rt sai l he did n >t go il.r > i.-li to Daw
Boiled. Raw and Terpentine.
sienna, Turkey uoibvr
Jun» 2F, IM*.
boon tditiou ‘f H.r'cr county. elite Legislature from Newton Co, colonial aecr.it.iry to the cabinet »111: l.aknBennit l»-i:ig tin firth
S4* "r • li»ri»4v ' ••ir.B <> ■ on. h»» n> ¡
B orn —ro Mr «nd Mrs JJ. -.rv i ' in Austin and is authority for the is another count in the long indict, eat point in the interior he visited i»!
!!<»•)■ ■ • In'- itf.rti tn t.'.uku r»
statement that an Ei-gli hay die te
f(»~Gi»« tb«3i a Call.
Preach fl >tal Building
»1 ::<■> - *4
A ' ,
I , Her
. si'iLxy Ia-t ru'tdxy. Lily itb. a 1
« »'*•! N F a N r ■ t
with a capital of fliKt.OUO.O 0 has ment of Alger, who :». under pres overrated he has hard of and there • K < ? W . F *<K
I ef' '*• ’»:• l eg ■’•
• ■ .<1 l'. < iver tf
9 pound buy. Dr. Marsden was
,bing f fra
r a working
th«re A II f r • (.ar
the attending physician. W< «1 1 itart/d in to buy all of the cattle ent arrangement,« in charge of ¡,
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J. II DENNIS
C M. UREEN
vk - w of cormnng colonial matters.
L r M* . • ■
9 I II .4'14
. f I
H - found Ed Hanley and Ja< k th'
an 4 a i
’F !•»»' • • r M
- » • • •
patriotic Mr Canadv Jr. a life of, the cattle market of thia country,
IL A. Miller has received a !*’e DalUn doing very well .¡th tbe.r
usefulness What will you name
D ied —At bis home 8 miles east gram from Hehaa Mont am none P”-«'k train, but the g-dd ».. much
of Burns, Julv 6th at 4 o'clock a ing the death of Mrs J I> McLeod »dterlis.d i» not •. pl-ntifd and
-i . A. D. Varían, aged 58 years. Mr McLeod is ; >r«rr>ment insjiec- *n ^4C* bard to find and «till Larder
A few weekr ago we invited those ni
Tom w»v off-re- l
A DM IN ISTI! \T<»R'S NOTICE
Lad been suffering fur tor of surveys and was in Burn« '*
who were about to send their or- ''
r '• •
' •’ J 1-1 f' rrr,J ‘ '
several yexr« from dials-'e», tut l,y«tw.»k--n M* way -.p SI».»- ■■
dera out to the department •: • -
had only been confined to his Led river on a tour of impactor, and as’*“' b " » !
Notice 1» hereby given that the
to submit them to us and get our
fur tail the amount, at be could undrrrigued has l»-*n appointed
ts da;, s Mr. Varíen was * pio vet has not returned.
S go and Carriage painting a sp»< ialty
'hop first do*r
prices Several persons have done
' ncer < f this eounty, coming here in
M.,s Frank .. e Jone*
of . Haraey
. «aye more money and not hare Administrator, with ih>-will ate1
east of Wakwtae's drug aUr»
this with the rwult that we filled
n, led. of the ratal» of Peter French
the 'Mt. The remains will be in. NMt, nd MI m Mwrav it Ornt |hM , u,
the orders, the money was kept in
!er»s-'d. Lv the CG-.lutv court < f
tirred in the Burns cemetery Fri countr. who have l«cn attending
circulation her«, and tbe purchasers
school at „
City went out or *«ay from Alaaka
of Harn»y. by order mad» and en
han satiafieJ. 1 he
t»re I < n tie .list day - f May 189-
t-i «p< g th> • —
merchant wh uva in large quan Mr Amos D<<d«on and nephew
All p-’a i-.a bavins e’sim- igain»t •
tities gets lowei •ces. quality con- Robert Williams, arrived h're >st-
in Harney County.—Ontario Advo
then., w ,h projiCr v-e ‘hers, within
aidered.tban are g n in cata!'g • u- !av from Riley, Harrev ' oonty cate.
• is month» from tb<- date of thia
Ifhedueaot he ra t do butines* on a brief visit with Mrs. M P
tioticv. to the undersigned at hi«
Cha« I*vi «¡11 1* in Harney
on a profit. We haven't got down
,nd daagliter Mrs A Y.
office at the P Ranch in and
Mrs. ltodeon Robert re- county fur the nest thrr* iu -nlh«
to the 11 43 *r fl 99 baa a vet. but Beich.
n*rr is«* «or th <,r j,,k i«(1Kn't| UÀIM BT B,
we let 'em go at 11 50 to 12 ar d we turi.»-l t R.iey M .diy morning. and yn i are requested to «are veui
D "ad ti.i« it h day *f Line 1 ■>'•'<
*t VIM »”7—Hl
v»4» 1 L4 I 9
J ohn <» H ofth .
believe that th* average mtn or th<- fcrn.er to re* a a liter* until hide». p»'ts fur and bone ha r
« • > ail ■ v/r-r a: 1 brt«». h
Ad-it r.i-t'at r wit:> the will »n- H AN O-M ADE.I IA R N E>S AN I) SKA K SA DDL£S,OFtTHE
*• i«*e » , t Ub»
womvn will concede that much te the return of the Oreg>« soldiers
at* J * • ■ ••• t(U « -X14.
<•» «t I ■ f th» («tye of Pi t'-r Fren> h
f9Trf 9 »*«< À*KI far 'tM
the home merchant« Just bring when she will go to Portia*'! * pay the Aigliee! ca«b price. lie
, d<■ • ale.i
4 «. »e«tt.«* r . » >».ia«4V*»uf
.»« * 4»« *• sr -g a
Loon I !»on • l.i
your orJere right along an.J !«t *• meet her s
t> e «L» ««a « g
W. a * i»< e < nmenfw» W» know the Ham»«» ard SnHdl* tn» o»M' th<» •
N-* been k ">•>; H.i’ipin*« at Ma g«ay team I*on’t make a m j’-.b
K> V Fffctv • CO..
- ake p- e*« f.-r y> -.
-U w ba«w will g
Baiitf »rf i««n. Thft I RICF< ABk
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• ’ a •’ »• * t • i < To» c * u » Vg
I > ! A ¿ £ ! 5 • K T A1 ! Y V< > B
I. S. GEER & Co,
II AFtD w
The Burns Bar
W. H. KELLEY,
HOUSE PAINTNG & PAPER HANGING.
Dennis & Green,
practical ’ painters
HopKlns cib Hunter,
New Harness Ä Saddle Shop.