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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1899)
Idaho ailJ "’’»rirington. He report.
our last issue as having been sen
a.good triP- Mr. Thompson found
teneed by Justice Curl, of Drewsey,
big brother-in-law, John Robertson, Matters of Interest Disposed ot
to serve a term each in the county “Put Up or Shut Up." Says the
at WOrk 00 A big stock ranch, and
at This Term.
jail, were taken out to Silver creek
states that John will be here the
Johnson Bros, granted liquor
Ed. Caldwell, captain of the Rub
latter part of this month. Harry
to work on the roads. Last Tues berneck baseball team of Burns has
license for six months.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11. 1899.
was in Spokane when a number of
D. L. Shirk showed a rebate of day morning Gebhard got some issued a challenge to play all com
the Washington, Montana and Ten-
liquor and proceeded to get bn a ers, excepting professionals. The
$15 71 on taxes for the year 1895.
nisee yulunteers arrived from the
” much to the dis Rubberneckers are in the pink of
The opening of the road prayed
Philippines. They had two Fili
Scalp bounty blanksat this office.
for by Stephen Woods and 11 others gust of Mr. Oakerman, He was condition, and are anxious to cross
pinos with them, one boy that had
placed in charge of Robt Baker and bats with any amateur team in
V. Hanks of Owyhee is visiting been bought for »2. Harry has continued.
Olson A Beede granted a liquor W, L. Best, who were bound for the»? parts for money or marbles.
a Filipino silver dollar which he
this place, to bring in to the author | The boys would like to play ball
license for six months.
Watch repairing guaranteed—H. got from a Tennisee volunteer.
The 1899 assessment of R. L. ities, and he was again landed in with the Drewsey windsplitters, and
Circuit court adjourned last Sat Hutton raised to 100 head of cattle; jail. He was placed on a bread! hope the howling nine of that burgh
Henry Blackwell was in Burns urday evening. The serious illness 8. F. Hutton to 400; Geo. Miller to and water diet and after one meal will “put up or shut up.’’ Captain
of Judge Clifford’s little daughter 200; W. II. Shirk. 600; D, L. Shirk, the prisoner decided to work the Caldwell says the game must be
roads again, this time being taken “on the square,” as he don’t want
Buy your syrup from R. A. Mil at Canyon, made it necessary for 875.
by Joe Barnes. Wednesday to be “buncoed" any more. “Talk
ler & Co. The best on earth.
not otherwise disposed of were con of J. E. Johnson for *300, part pay evening his partner Jim, meandered about pitchers,” said Captain Cald
A. L. Vanderpool was over from tinued until next spring. Judge
into Burns and was given lodgings well, “the Rubberneckers have a
ment on contract for road work.
Warm Springs the first of the week.
Clifford left Sunday bv private con The grade in the Stanclift lane in the county jail. He was placed pitcher that can throw ‘balls’ into
on the same elaborate bill of fare you faster than any Drewseyite can
Peter Sh' iltz, who has been work veyance, accompaniid by Mrs. G. accepted.
ing at Diamond, returned to Burns I. Hazeltine, who has been the
It was found from the report of as was given Gebhard, and no gobble them up, and that’s saying
guest of Mrs. J. W. Biggs since Experts Huston and Leonard that doubt would like another job on the a good deal. And when it come»
to batting the way our boys twirl
there was »354.55 due the county roads.
We have the finest and best line court conyened.
the stick the air seems black with
from I. 8. Geer, ex county treasurer.
of coffee in Harney county. R. A.
Ed. Walton and Brus Byrd left
cil, a stockman of Silver creek, bats.” Continuing, the captain
Miller A Co.
for Salem Monday morning in
with the raise in the taxes for the Oregon, reached Grand Island, Sac said: ‘‘Now, if Drewsey wants to
John Warner, a stockman from charge of Albert and Loren Will year 1896 and said raises being de
ramento county, Cal , three weeks play ball, let her show the color of
the Narrows, was a visitor to Burns iams who were sentenced at the last cided illegal by the supreme court,
ago with 40 head of young, unbroke her coin, and we’ll accommodate
term of court, to serve terms in the
the clerk was ordered to credit the mules, and sold the entire band at the boys on the Burns diamond at
penitentiary. Ed. will join his sheriff’ with the amount, in order to
Don’t forget the club dance at
»260 per span. Mr. Ceeil says the any time.”
family in Portland after lodging the
correct the books.
Locher’s hall tonight. These social
business of raising work animals
prisoners at the penitentiary, and
Grand Jury Report.
The Drewsey bridge was accepted for the market is just as profitable
are very enjoyable affairs.
will then go to San Francisco, where
New stock of dress and pattern they expect to make their home,
In the circuit court of the state of
twelve others for a county road on sold at $260 per span were not
hats will arrive for Mrs. C. A. Byrd
for the county of Harney.
R. D. Maplesden, of Fort Jones, Silver creek set aside and dismissed above the average. He could have
the first of next week.
Hon. Morton I). Clifford,
Scalps received to the number of sold 150 head if he had them. The
Cal., agent fur the ‘‘Old Reliable’’
above entitled court:
The firm of J. W. Jones A Co. Albany Nurseries, has been in this 841.
price is sure to be better next fill
We, the grand jury empaneled at
are building a granary on the lot section the past week delivering
and be intends to take a large herd the present October, 1899, term of
Eves tested and glasses fitted by
back of their place of businezs.
to the Sacramento valley then, con your court, submit this our final
trees, shrubs, flowers, etc. His H. C. Bilger.
Charles Roper lias gone to New customers are all well pleased with
fident that the price will bo $300 report and beg leave to be dis
Commissioner’s court has been per span.
York, where he will spend the win the stock brought by him, it being
ter. Mr. Roper expects to return just as represented. Mr Maples in session since Wednesday.
“The happiest man I’ve seen in
We have examined into the books
to this place next spring.
New invoice of Thomson’s glove Burns for a long time,” said Frank and affairs of the several county
den will return next spring with
fitting corsets just received at R. A. Beider the other day, “was a fellow officers and find the same appar
Wm. Hanley and L. R. Webster another delivery.
left by private conveyance Tuesday
that was hauling»dirt into the court ently neatly and properly kept and
Don't let it slip your memory, Miller A Co.’s.
for Ontario, where they expected neighbors, that Lunaberg A Dalton
W. L. Best and R. J. Baker, of house yard last Wednesday. The the affairs of the respective otlicere
to take the train for Portland.
carry the largest and best selected Silver creek, spent several days in rain was coming down in torrents, properly conducted.
and the man was working away in
We have been in active session
Albert Ward was in from Happy stock of hoots and shoes in Eastern Burns this week.
days, during which time we
Valley the first of the week on
A nice, fresh lot of groceries have
school matters. He wishes io have prices that cannot fail to induce just been received and put in place face and humming ‘Happy Day.’” have examined into all matters
the district in which he lives de-
at Lunaberg A Dalton’s.
II AR.n W JX.ZO ZES
X the teamster was a “Webfooter.” returned into court four true bills
C. S. Johnson and family were having recently arrived from the indictment.
W anted —50,000 rabbit and hare The Lakeyiew Examiner says in Burns the first of the week, pur Willamette valley.
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
Respectfully submitted this 4th
skins during winter months. Send that blackleg is reported as being chasing winter supplies.
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
The familiar form of Charles day of November, 1899.
sample skin and address Wood, epidemic among the cattle in the
R. J. M c K innon .
Mayer Co., 418 Ellis street, San Honey Lake country. Doyle lost
L. B. H ayrm .
ten head in a week, and scarcely a sheepman, came in from Diamond the past week. Chas, came in and
I. 8. G eek .
had a chat with us last Sunday.
cattle owner in that section has
H. Ft. M ace .
Henry Scoupes was over from escaped I osb by the disease.
John Darsey has gone to Ander- 1
Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
J oe C lark .
Andrews last Wednesday to make
son valley, where he has secured a growth of Burns and the genera)
proof on hi« land. He was accom
development of the country since
job fur the winter.
Tin Shop in Harnev Co.
M. F enwick .
panied by Edward Carlson and A. siring shingles can find them at I.
his removal from our midst. Mr.
8. Geer A Co’s saw mill McKii.ny
A full line of Shilling's Best
Give us s call and we’will Ctx.viixe jtu that ze <an give ltd
Adams came over as a witness for
prices than anyone.
A Sparrows saw mill, Seth Bower spices, baking powder, coffee and
“Uncle” Jimmy Gentry in his land
If you desire a nice set of hand A Co’s and Lon Seaward’s at Har extracts at R. A. Miller & Co.’s.
made harness, chaps, or anything ney, at the post office in Burns or
It appearing to ihe court that the
Assessor Buchanan and wife of
in the line of saddles, call and see A. K Richardsons shingle mill.
Dave Shirk, of Shirk, Harney guardian of the J. I*. Garred estate
Harney were in Burns this week
our stock. Our goods are all hand
is ill and gone to Umatilla county,
We have just received a fine lot of Joe reports Jack Goodloe still quite county, lias been visiting Surprise
made and guaranteed. Hopkins &
Casper Luig was appointed to take
winter clothing, ineluding men’s sick.
plies, says the Lakeview Examiner. temporary charge of the estate.
BAILEY A WATERS, P roprietors .
and boys’ suit's and overcoats of all ,
A L. Vanderpool was appointed
Mr. Shirk is a prosperous stockman
The firm ef Schofield A Swift, sizes ami descriptions. Call now
FI ho W idos I>iquor3 and Ciga.vs
who have 15,000 sheep ranging on while the sto?k is complete and county script on subscription al of Catlow valley, and as soon as administrator of the J. B. Craig
the Owyhee desert, has bought hay make your selections. Lunaberg A face value. Those in arrears can that road in Warner is made a pub estate.
Final account of W. Hogan, Z-^“Courteous treatment guaranteed.^, Your patronage
lic highway, and the grade is built
also pay up in script.
of the Stauffer Bros and will winter Dalton.
of the estate of J. Z.
their Hocks on Crane creek,
George M. Humphrey, ex-Unite 1 ‘ If the present rain continues the Lakeview will do business with Mr. Hogan, accepted ami the adminis
W. G. Baker disposed of his cat States Marshal of Nevada, who died ball grounds will be in fine condi
trator discharged from further re
Shirk and all bis neighbors
tle some time ago and left this week at Reno last week, was an uncle of tion for a game of foot bail Thanks
Eurns-Canyo.. Stage Line
Our old friend W. Dunn drifted
for Denver, Colorado, where he ex 01 and Will Jacobs of Warner and giving,
pects to locate. We join his many Mr». Asmus Tonningben of Lake We can supply the public with into T he T imes -H ekai . d office on administrator of the estate of E. R.
Metachan A Cozad, contractors.
Thursday. The old gent was in
friends in wishing him success in view.
Carrying U. H. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expert-
anything needed in the general
good health and high spirits, carry
his business undertakings.
Pump3 and windmills, all sizes n erehandise line and in any quan ing “a top load,” as he expressed trator discharged.
L-ave Burns Tuesday,Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon City
Robt Reed was a passenger on and descriptions now in stock. tity desired. Lunaberg A Dalton. himself, of the latter and “felt like
it intermedi t, mints, Fare »5.
the Burns-Canyon stage Wednetd iv Chain and force pump« a specialty
The First Washington volunteers
The assessment roll» »how the a young colt.” Mr. Dunn had just
morning, bound for the Armstrong Call and examine stock. I. S. Geer taxable property of the county for returned from the railroad with a arrived in Seattle the 6th ¡net. on
the steamship Queen, ami wen-
warm springs in Grant county. A Co.
this year to exceed last year’s valu load of freight.
given a reception never to be forgot
Bob has been on the sick list for
The Calavan Bros. projectoecopeX“*'011 $216,40.». . Assessor Buchanan
Louis Zeigler departed for hie ten by those who witnessed it, on
some time, and not improving as and graphophone concert, given at is doing good work.
near Newbridge Wednesday, land or sea. General Nelson A.
rapidly as he should, decided to Locher's last Saturday evening, was
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. after a two weeks’ visit with old
Miles ami Governor Rogers werei
try bathing at the springs.
up to the standard of such exhibi Geo. Hayes has been quite sick for' friends in this section. Louis found
the distinguished guest*.
some time past with whooping all but one of his strayed horses
M arried . —A. Miranda, the An tions.
Shop first door north of this office.
The little fellow is now
drews merchant, and Miss Natalie
F or S ale . —My residence in
Our lines of blankets and com
Warver, of California, were married Burns.
»1 (JO to »1 50 Each.—
Price, »750. Address: convalescing.
forters are the most eomplete in
at the Hotel Burns last Monday Mr». Lucy Baker, 217 East Ban There will ba preaching next! this section. Call and see them, i
evening. Justice Jameson officiating nock street, Boise, Idaho.
RcMdtnce Symes Hotel, Burns, Oregon.
Sunday morning and evening, at R. A. Miller A Co.
The happy couple left for their
C R. Peterson is over from Crane Harney. No service will 1-e held
M L. Lewis went to the Narrows
home last Wednesday.
creek. He reports his child that in the Presby terian church at Burns Wednesday afternoon on insurame
ex<epi Sunday school at 10 o'clock
B aptist A nnouncements —Sun has been quite sick, improving.
business He will visit other sec
J- C. T empleton .
day school at 10- At 11a. m. will
tions before returning
Lunaberg A Dalton have just
If the public is aware of the fact
be a sermon to the two Sunday received an immense consignment
We have holiday goods galore;
that 90 per cent, of beadache and
schools, the Presbyterian school be of dry goods.
also King heaters, glassware, cut-
neuralgia is the result of eye strain
ing kindly invited to take part in
Circuit court for Grant county and defective glasses, the (>eople tlery and fancy crockery just in.
this service. Evangelistic services
will convene at C.nvon one week would not lose anv time, but go to Racine Bros.
at 7:30 p- m. All are’nvited.
used to be a difficult art. It
T he T imes H erald is turning
Jorgensen and have their eyes
T. 8. D ulin , Missionary.
now. Anybody can
out some neat up to-date job work
If vou want a piano or organ call properly fitted and get relief.
A. K- Richardson has just re
Call and see samples and get prices.
or write the City Drug Store for
We learn from W. G. Peirce that
make Cameras which anyone can
turned from the railroad with an
WE ARE AGENT«
The warm rain* of the past week
bie brother, I. V. Pierce, who had
engine and a new eaw. both of which
operate, and they furnish acces
Jorgensen announces that he will his leg broken two months ago is
have been put in place in his
sories anil chemicals in such shape
to Canyon Citv for a few days improving slowly. He is still at ranges, and st kmeu are happy.
shingle mill Mr Richardson" is
that the finishing of pictures is an
the Anderson hotel in this city. but
King heating stoves, cutlery,
now at work turning oat shingles during circuit court.
Call and see the large stock of will Ise taken to bis home near Vale glassware, holiday goods and crock
and states that the new machinery
new furniture just received by C. S. as soon as he is able to be removed ery juet arrived at Racine Bro«.
des excellent work.
J. J Comegvs the Merchant-
Complete Outfits, including
— Itealer in-----
in the first of the week. oc< omponied
Tailor is agent for Chicago’s load Special sale of iron bedsteads bv his daughter. Rube started to call up 'phooe '* 16 It will be Cameras and everything neces-
ing tailors. Suita to order from this week. C. A. Byrd, the fumi- Burns with * foor-borse losd of appreciated
- try te finish pictures from
»13 50 up; Pania »3 50 up; Over - ture man.
Everything new in the line of
potatoes, but sold them all at Law-
S5 TO S25.
coats »12 "0 up You can havs a 1
Supt. Gilcrest, of the P I.. 8. Co., en. He saved one sack for T he winter goods at Lunaberg A Pal-
Call and see these outfits and
suit uiide in Chics®® or Burna by arrived in Burn* yesterday.
T ime »-H». hai . d man and they were
first class workmen, all work war
Call and see my stock. II. c the kind of picture* which can be
Trusses and electric belts at th* the beet j«,tatoes we have seen this
AMMUNITION. BICYCLES. PAINT*. WALL PAPER, BRU3HJS
ranted. Secoiid door west of Capi-
laken w uh them.
citv drug store.
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Jack G-’ h«’-l *”d Js-n** Roth-
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fdTGive them a Call.
French HuUl Building
II. M. H -« ton , Trupt.
H E Thom peon has returned i
erf -rd, the two men mvoli--otd in
hen. ‘Miller * Co.
from his trip to Montana
■ A* THE LARSEST CIRCULATION OF
AMY NEWM’APEK LN THIS COUNTY
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