Image provided by: Harney County Library; Burns, OR
About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1899)
■lime* Mahon ii in on buniness.
Judge Spnrrcnv is down from ths
Scalp bounty blanksat thisoiliee.
B> II. Brown is over ftom Dia mill.
W D. Baker, of Dr v«ev was a
■ AB TH1 LARGEST CIRCULATION OF mond.
J. C. Freeman was seen on our visitor this wei k.
ABT MBWITAPEB LN THISCOUNTY.
Luy a Barr Bros Oregon Knife.— streets last week.
Dick Martin and J ;• ti Bennett
R A Miller A Co.
Mrs Julian Byrd is visiting her Were down from Iltrne» the first e
WIDMIBDÂY AUGI st 2. lb. a
Deputy Clerk Rieder is being mother at Lawen.
bothered with his eyes.
Mr. and Mis. L. B. Springer ar*
If you want a piano or --rttr.n call
or ».rite th? City Drug Store fer
There tire men in Burn« every up fro-a the Narrows.
“Farmer" Green, has been in day looking for hay bar.'!».
Fred R acine is suffering with a prices.
Burns for several days.
—Tut TiMKs-ITtRAi.n »nd Ore-
8. 8. Williams the O-B stage number of boil* on his face.
gori'm for I? in advance.
Island City flour quality Nu 1 at tïian Win in the first of ths week.
and i ,«
J B Craig is at the Anderson "ere down from Harney Monday.
house under the care of Dr. Tolp.
J. F. Boyle, the photographer, is
$1.5o per sack.—N. Brown A Son«.
Ride a Rambler bicycle. Racinv
Bros, agents. See their and this
Part of th» material is on the
ground for C. H. Voegtly’s new
Shilling's Best Co/fce
cts per pound at X. Brown
J. L. Hembree & Co.
------ DEALERS IN------
R ii . ky ,
Only a few Chain Mowers le't at
C. H. Voegtly’s. If you * ml one
used to be a dillieult art. It
Jos, the little son of Mr. and Mrs come at once.
now prepared to do all kinds of II E Thompson, has leer, quite
Miss Ollie Frye wishes us to an take pictures. Manuf u ture's n r,
sick «imc Saturday but is improv nounce that she bus dispensed
first cla«s work.
with her rooms up tmvii and those make Cameras which ant i ne can
Fay Cotuegyi and A. McKinz'e
mending and cloths el -su operate, and they furnish acces
Ladies jine kind Shoes
' paid our city a visit this week.
flexible soles for
/wr ed can now lied her at heme
sories and chemicals in such sh.ip-.-
Ladies and .disses Shirt pair at X Brown Sons
Waists from ao cts ap, at
Guy Dickenson, accompanied
vA ■ Iirou'n <S’ Sons-
O kkovn .
We have just completed nr new tare on Silver Creek where
you »ill find a niev line of Dry Goode, Groceries and
Hardware. We «illicit your patronago
All kinds of Machine extras. Mowing and Reaping Macbiacry,
that the finishing of pictures is an
Flows, BicycliJSundries, etc.
Winnemucca Silver State -Mrs easy matter.
his sister, Mrs. Rose Sitz came tip
fl. A. Staufi’er and daughter. [" Ini,
from Lawen Friday.
returned this afternoon fro n S ac
I S. Geer J Co have just receiv ramento.
Complete Ouilits. including (larden fteeds aad -'porting Hoeds.
ed a full line of rilles and repe.-.ting
F. C. Lu«k, manager <f the
shotguns ail sizes.
Tin Shop in Harftev
French-Glenn property it. Oregon, Cameras and everything neees-1
We ha 1 a terrific thunder shower arrived form there this morninj
Give n« a call aad wcjwill Cenvince yea that w, Cia
an t* finish pictures from
last Wednesday night. The light
prices than anjeo«.
ing knocked down several tek-phoae
ths cattleman of King river, who
polls beyond Poison Creek.
has been attending the I’rit seton
Before going ts the mountains
Call and see these outfits and
N J. nuiversity for th* past two
you should call on C A Bvrd and
of pictures which can bc
Get a liat made by Jno\ ¡Sons are closing out tlicir get some of those comfortable camp
Stetson Co- A'- Brown
Sons carry tlicir goods-
AT í TRÍ, riort-jtaBs.
The borax teams arrivrd yester
Sid Comegys arrived hero from
< ’¡TV DIG < i :ST< >K l i
Dr. Marsden was called up the
day afternoon from Rose VaRey.
Mrs. H. B. Syme il very sick at
Wajontire yesterday with 20 head
Orego, having on .laird t\DOO
M. I I or ion . Pi i >p(.
her home in Burns with appendici river to see Mrs J M Parker last
cattle which he delivered to
tis. She is under care of Dr Marsden. week. He reports the laby improv
pounds of flu I which will be ship
Tino Winds. jLlq.ilois
ped to the Electric Fmr-lting Com-
Mart Baker and wife accompani-
t7“Courtc««B treatiteot ¿uirintceí. Veur patronage
There are a ie.v guitars, banjoes, piny at Reno. The teams started
The social dance last Friday
hy Miss Balfour ware in lust week
violins, and mandolins left at the j on their return trip this afternoon
Mart s»id he had lots of news but
sidering the warm weather, anil en Citv Drug 'tlrr. Do you want and were will load d with merchan
did not have time to tell us.
dise, hardware, grain and lumber
anything in this line?
joyed by all.
J. C. Veazie, who is associated
that will be disiril.uted at tbe sev
I? urnt-Csnyon S uge I.ifie
Porter Sylvester paid this oilice
eral stations th.it border on their
with L. B.J Cox of Portland in tin
his son C. W. Roiiinton arrived in
practice of law, has bren in Burns
Metschan A Cozad, contract*:!.
ju-i returned from Montana w here Burns the first of the r.r<k from
ing al the “I'" rmeh Those
for several days attending to some
Carrying U. ft. Mails and Eastern Oregon Flxpreis Co’i ExpraB
h > has be»n shearing sheep
legal matter for his firm.
wanting a long .job ca n find '
where they will lo
L*avo Burns Tueidiy.Thuriday.ftaturdxr.for Canyon City
Alfred Welcrme left for the Eist
t7 at this ranch
When à iut|riwrdir.tc
Waiter Cle V!
>silti, Fan Zii.
'L>. day to enter school. His bro
with his f.imi
the hot » ■ .ither in summer and In the Circuit Court of the State of haying\is over they can re
Wc u-l- r.-..,:..l Lu r. <ii lu-
Oregon for Harney count}’.
reive steady employment at
c Id w- -ither in winter, but we have
Baker hr private cvnveymce.
cate here having brought quite a
other work until the ground
tiie nice cool evenings that no one Lr .iis L. Stancl‘fr, Plaintifi y
A. Venator ii thinkirg some of
stock of undertaking goods.
objects found all enjoy.
freezes u/> in winter-
Lulu E S lit .clift, Defendant
a residence on his lots in
Groceries have advanced buTling
'I’o Lulu L $ ¡inc-lift, the ab<»v<
Now Jorgensen has been in Chi
Burns. We would be ;lad to wel-
in'tliepurchasing markets ceme he and his family as residents. capo in perion and if you will go to named defendant.
butN- Brown J- Sons are
In the rauit* ol the state ol Oregon,
his place you will see as fine a lot
selling at the same low
1 of goods'as ever was brought to I ou are In r< by n quiitd to opptai
Notii■» is lierebv given that for
fine lot of goods from which to
Shop firit door north of thia «Cite
pricss as heretofore-
urns. To see is to believe, there tind answer the Complaint filed a ain't the purpii«;. nf making an exami
make suits and his prices arc rea
you in the above entitled suit within
fore go and lee.
fl’OO to 11 50 E*eb.—
J. S. Kenyan and family left Iasi
nation of all j.ersom r. bo imiv of-
sonable. Call and see him first
ten d.i’B from the date of the service
Friday morning for Drewsey where
When you find tn item of news of this humibons upon you. if SCIVCll fur thcnselve“ ns - tndiilati • fo
door north of the postoflice.
fS~-Reiid*m-» ÄVISH notti. Barai, Origan.
they expected to visit for a short
up ’phone No. 1C. It will be within thh County; <»r if seived wi I li- teachers of the .i h >ols of this
Tom Sf.ers will op«n the howl
time before returning te Baker.
in ary other County of ll.is St.i tv county, the county
in alley next Saturday. Ho in
.i public examinai i :i at tlie •
Miss LettySmith’e mother, siller forms us lie expects to fix it op in
within twenty days from tl ■ date
E. Cnsbeer and A. J. Wilson left
house in B irns, beginning nth
and brother, aecotnpatiied by a good shape and make the place in this morning fi r Coos Buy Th. of the service of (his anmin'ins upon
o'clock a. m Wi iln -.-’day, Augu-t
cousin, arrived here from Eugene viting.
former expects to return in October
«>¡1 or before the Sih day "f St [ ‘ember. 1 x’,)8.
last week on a visit.
Dated this i'.illi il.iy of .JulyT'-k
AV. S. McMurphy imports a i lotui with a load of dried fruit. Mr. 1899; and if you fail to so answer <•»
The local clipped from th - On ■ ii’irst on Stg? IL-n last M ednrsd.’.y Wilion conte n 11 it< s locating i -
W. (’. Bvun,
otherwise plead, for v. a:,t th» rci»f, the
tario Advocate on th ■ first page in
Hi state tl t the waler that section.
Ci in » School Supt.
[ lai..tiff will apply t • the Court a >v-
regard to Mr Ilem'oree in i tin-? ' -,va« S inches deep in hi« dour yard
F ob S ale —A house and tvo entitled, for the relief demumb d in (Io
his daughter Revo is a n.i.-‘»k-. I in r.o time. It caused no damage
plaintiff's complaint filed herein, to
NoTit L FOR PI BLICATION.
The lady was Mrs- Tayi r Sim ' I far ns we could h im.
ed, land in good cultivated condi wit:
I’. *?, I..'.St) oi l'll r. III HNS, OBl’.rlON
mens of Kant*-',
That d.r marria-jn r>-ntrnct •; -v <x
we a nr Aí .rsTs.
James King and Billy Cole d< - tion, two good wells, large ice houm
Lting between [ laintiff a.id* deh n l ’bi Ni it la Herr l»y
ft th<- MIL
Church cf Christ, Scientist, Si r narted f< r Burns Last Thursday, lime house, lime kiln. Will s- II for
nf bin Itili
■ I flvlt tlFr br ìi h ■ I
be Bi i aside and held for uauebt, i n tinti •i
r h*»« lam
vices Sunday at 11 o'clock a m fhe finny tribe will hunt their half cash, balanee on one, two or
I • ’
r.H»f V I
for fieh other -md furlln r icii- I lm li
- - ■ ■'
and 7:30 p. ni., Sunday Si bool at
« r 2, I
the (’■ url and i <j .i'y may «< cm iih • t II i i- ) A > •
W 4 «
10 o'clock. Wednesday evetdtir •aet their liic-s in th - pool« n'or.g dress,
and jii't in the ; renint - i d L»r plain
r : c.-i.
the road.—Lakeview Examiner.
meeting at 7:30 at the reiidenci
Burns, Oregon l.ll S COstH Mid di bur III ht> Il M ill
Mr. H. E Smith.
Commisiinocr Venator is ore:
pu!.h.-»u «1 b. < r I- r
.. k i:
“Baby” Jacobson, tho rustling J. of or, Muri ii P. ( liff od, Ju« go < t
Fred Claypool, propr etor of tin firotn Crane creek accomp nied by
K. Gill .md Jacobson Bo-k A M'.-i<- the above tnlille l Court, u.a . • mid
Boss Cash Store has boxed up nb it
gaining her health very rapidly I Co. man, arrived in Burns toda-.-, entered the l*Hh uny »1 .L b . JH h *. ir.
goods he hl» and will close t!i>
” )TP r
ri mt r.r. i a ' n. VT h r.
store. He expects to leave fo- nr.d will 1<-.- .v in a coupie ■ f v.<ek- accoti.pani'd by J. IL Smith, CloiTIlbeiS.
f r Portland and tee if a chan; - of traveling r presentatile of the
climatv will help her.
C. W. McClain has not gone tc
F S. Big/« tin fu rniiure iealer.
S hingles ! SniViI.1’1 Partie« I-
the Willamitt as was reported last
AMM. MTiON. BICY( I.ES. PAINTS. WAI.I, PAPER, BRi snrs
n I «I »I •if
week. He has been out buying
the building formerly occupied by S. Geer A Co's saw mill McKii ny
notici : or i ii . ing bin al a <
more horses and aor bo« about i
I,«. .1-.» . r i> « n .-I
f I •• 4 ' . n.- t
the Poss Cash Store. He has also ,t- Sparrow• ■.• mill, Seth B «<r
Git» theft) a F all.
Fr«acb fl-tel ftuildir - ff't
head which he will start teday.
i >1 I 14 1-4
received some new goods, including A Co’s and Lon Seaward's at Htr
h r !«•
N otu b —Hare you a farm for a full ''ne f coffins and caskets, n»y, at ths post office in Burnì r
11 ;• P rj V «
[u the C' t.ntv Court of the State o'
• r ft’ liu
C M GREEN
sale or for rent, or do you know
see change in his ad.
J. II DENNIS
A. K Richardson! sliing’i mill.
Oregon for IL.r »*•} ”<uif .
» I- < >< b r.
any person holding farming lands
In the li.alUT of lh • < *t tt<- of Oliver
A 4. Of
Lunaberg A Dalian ire coatin-
r• ■• -•
I t «
that they wish to dispose of ’ D
i'.-.n ft- fJi*--«
Earia, d«-' » as«.d.
>re, o. Laruey,
na’dr getting in new g >od« t < aup- cour.tv for the nell three tin
so, please write to any O. R. >' N
N'it'c- i'ilnr»b. gi. n il.it ILirvc} OfVguiA.
An-. • n ’ •
and you are requ ..ted tussVe
i • »
ae»nt and he will send you a circu
Dixon a« adrhini«ir>tx»r of lb»- rat t>- • f ■ • ■ »1
1 have rnpiJIy worked their wav to hides, pelts, fur and borse
< l»t'» • iu ’l l ft off!'
lar that will interest you.
Oliver 1 .irra, deera^ud, bat this daj of ftpt A- ’ r.
-he front: their stock is now com also ail i opper and brass, lie
fi <d I.«-* account and r«-4 • r*. ii l’•
A representative of th': Sam Lung plete in til liner, they carry the pay the highest cash price,
a j ve entitled matter witii the under
Co. a Chinese company of >>" largest and best line of bo»t| ft has a ‘-goof neck' wagon
d n- CI.rk. and the ab ve ti.’hh <1
Francisco, has been in Burn« in ’ .
gray team. Don’t make a mi
County c urt Las app untt-d ten o oh k
lea«eft 17 acres of land fmm II • ty.
j-i >sJ t'irriaj. j.xintir ; a ape, tally
iJC hop first duor
r at ares« - lt‘. iS
in the mi l
in th 'oreioun on M« nday, i^c Lh
Lavens. We understand be *■ •
Hank Fs’.t-'n. •’ i is « rking at
,1!» ■ , • r ••
Theja 'vv ho 1» ft tw > wrek-
put 5 or 6 Chinamen to work cu
’• f »1
— O. i|m
M.f Iti •'!
aiBti ng of «■nd th? Cotiyty C«un room m tl.c
vating the land »nd conduct a truck the M Kinncv ft Sparrow saw mill
co irt Jionv^ in the city of Burn-«, Ii ■
called ns up over tha ’phone v»-ter Mr
M • ■ - H K le, Mi««
farm. No doubt but,they - d find
nev c-ut.ty, Oregon, t tbe pi«*-«-, wlir n
day and informed us that Judge M
a rsady n t-k • ' -
Sparr w ¿hid «old his inter -t in Racin' Ada x:;iith Tl*''O:i R ' •<
I . 4eu< «
i tie- ptioh' tu *.fly n. tt*r if.
the mill property. It »DI 1« run Mei«r« Adelar Ii
■I « I H l<
J •< .- <1M firal arc »nnt and report co d»ihed
• 4. • a
tare I • C V. M- K-- f • ' n, Tom Sager- ;-.:.d ram I’ari«'
I ttk folks
torn« nturned M nda
» ¡•tra’-i f, * i pf€l* hl lb »an
.ue ailern »o.i '»•'
** iog out a large r.n.out.t of lumber r. ort having i
an-f ibe »au —
0.- heard, and wl.<n
the residence of Vr and Mr- II (
aid where raid fin«l »ic unl and r« iort piv»: rao«»
pknty of fish
Mawa-»■' — i
: v ‘ ■
Smith, the oeca«- ■ > Lem« ’**' ' h
•I all be titled, aU of whiih all per* >t.« - *vn •» n< E at BI nel W ox
th* resider o» ' r E .« M< K ■ i ' n •! <• vervl dear wtn
birthday of thei.- M'P daughtfv
:nl a - b ’ d i jfl
•» d f ritat
I. r -‘ y r -
killed. Tom Ssj
i the» <-eu*
I.'jel Thete «»re 28 in all
’ quir* d to tal e du/» i.oticc
■ 1 '!.«■ F r a bu'«y te ling «hi
IIAMbMADE.IIAKNl S \NI)STO< K bADDLES QF/rHE
»•• f *1 hit 4arB*ft
of the» bringing p
I fi FW
l«v r«rd .I ibe J d a of tbe abav«
Th» Fnd«-i« th y»'' I»*' dacgh’rr and lays Oh. if r
**«idy. null Bl'V ar T?
i ij Co.ii.
’»• * ' ■»* li ' I » I fft-> -It I * wl«iì<* I tl4D'*tfC
serv-nl and * :,r kt’ » ILO-t
lift.* f iK rr i • r-
toééwe'lîie ltft Ct
l'Ome« s-lent of tbi« ■ unty rinew a
joyable time left
I) e p,rtv ate .< o
I I •
• ■ .-fore I u) <
Itti AIH<\G NKAÎI.Y
wishing Mi«» Luci n.v
g,xxl You bate
|t>-td • gr rgratulati'jns
* nrr** -'f th** ’ >y
Mrs. Ella Caldwell is selling her
entire stock of millinery at cost.
Frink Turner is shaking hands
Great bargins in all lines.
with his friends in Burns.
The first Nebraska infantry and
The largest and best line of ladies
Utah light artillery have arrivrd at
. and gents watches to select from
San Francisco from Manila.
' in Bums at the City Drug Store.
Call up 'phone 16 for job printing
The young oicharde of this sec
on short notice.
tion are in good condition. Apple
W. D. Taft representing Levi trees art. I to king down under the
Strauss & Co of Sin Francisco, is weight of fruit.
ii.t rviewing our merchants today.
Bemcmber X- Brown S-
We Seil all These Articles
The Burns Bar
W. H. KELLEY
HOUSE PAINTNG & PAPER HANGING.
Why Don't Ycu Ride a
’Best 'Wheel on ISartli. Cheep,
Durable nd laghi Running.
cutlery , crockery .
Den nis & Green,
New Harness Ä Saddle Shop.