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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1901)
J. P. Gearhart was in from Cal y The roads are not in
amity this week.
condition for freighting.
AS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
any newspaper in this county .
Tom Bain and wife were seen on
our streets Thursday.
the best AGED MONARCH OF ENGLAND DEAD.
Victoria's Reign Conies to a Close---’.', ales
rs Now King.
A finedot of watches and ,L welry
it the (Zity Drug Store.
Sylvester Smith spent several
da\s in our city this we< k.
See the ad for the grand
1 carnival on February 1 I.
Scott Hayes is sjutiding a few ! Cowes, Isle of Wight, Jan. 23.—
J imes Donegan left last Monday
B ohn —To Mr. ami Mrs. Dalton
via Cat,yon, for I ortland,
Biggs, last Sunday, a Lal y girl.
SATt KlMY. JANUARY
where he was called on business.
Up-to-date job printing at reason
The greatest event in the memo
town last Saturday an laud busi
At the l’restiyti nan ehuich
ry of this generation, the most Burn«, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor
Clarence Cary ¡3 up from his
etupet.d -us change in existing con Devine serviet s the third and fourth
DoA’ou W ant T o S ave M oney ?
C. H Voegtlv is expected home ranch near Lawen.
ditions that could possibly be im Sundays of each month at 11 a. m.
Then/take your prescriptions totiie
(bout Feb. 1.
agined, has taken place very and 7:30 p. m. t-abbath school at
Cranberries—you can get them j I'ityAlrug Store.
I Why donji yon get one of those at Lunaberg
7rg A Dalton’s.
quietly, almost gently, upon the 10 a. tn. every Sabbath tuoruing.
Fred Oakernian and wife have anniversary of
the death of
Joel Smith is quite sick at his
Rev. A. J. Irwin will preach nt
returned from a week's visit
Queen Victoria’s father, the Duke
I W. B. Patker has been spending home in this ¡ilace.
the 2nd Sunday of each
I of Kent. The end of this career,
I few days in town this week.
month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. A. W. Gowan was reported
Nice four room cottage for rent, i never equaled by any womïin in Sabbath seh ol every sabbath at 2
I J L Turner was among our vis:- quite sick the first of the week.
siluated on the hill. Good water. the world’s history e une in a sim
Lrs this week.
Gun« and/ Ammunition always Inquire of Claude McGee.
ply furnished room in Osborn
I C oming —; A nice n -s rtml‘i’t of in stock at/leer A Cummins,
Rreaeliing services at the Baptist
House. This most respected of
Price Withers was in our city to
falentim s and a new assortment of
L. L Clark of Narrows was seen day on land business, This office women, living or dead, lav it, a church every l>t and 2nd Sundays,
false Faoes for the grand mask on our streets today.
great fout-pusted bed and made a morning and evening Sunday
aeknow ledges a pleasant cali.
Lil.—City Drug Store.
shrunken atom whose a cd face school every Sunday at 11 a. in.
Calk and see the new inv-ice of
The genial phiz of John Maher and figure were a cruel mockery of prayer meeting every Thursda v
Stoves of/R-1 paterns constantly good/ju«t received at Lunaberg A
was beaming upon his ft ¡ends in the fair girl who in 1S37, began to evening.
h stock. If we have none to fit DaLton’s
rulo over England. Around her
There will be preaching services
Ll’. in ¿nd we will make you one
Caurt stenographer Coleman has
were gathered almost every descend at the Poison Creek school liousi
b order.- Geer A Cummins.
gone to O. tario tu be absent for rusticating at Tim Donovan’s isex- ant of her line. Weil within view of every 4th Sunday nt 2.30 p.
[ This office is in receipt of a neat j several days.
h.-r dying eyes there hung t, p . - Rev A. J Irwin, pastor.
pected in today.
Lemorandutn book from the Ore
trait of tin- Price Consort. It was
Lamps! plain and fancy, in nil
Styles of costumes for the mask
Ln Forwarding Co. It is very vatietiegf Call and see them —
, he who designed the room and
carnivij can be found on our count
it it anil bound in leather.
Gter Jr Cummins.
I every part of the ear-tie.
NOTICE FOR PCBL1CATI0N
freJ for the inspection of our
I Hopkins A- Hunter have received
In scarcely audiule words, the
A Macki:t>-’n Jr. and vife, of customers.— Lunaberg A Daltan.
T. S. LAM) OFFICE AT IH. KN8» OKEGON.
barge con»ignXient of winter rol es | Fife, Crook county, have been visit
white-ha’rtd Bishop of Winchester,
hrse blankgf». sitigli bells. etc.. itig inour city for several days.
The childrens mask ball last prayed beside her, ns he had often No'lcp is lterel . then Iltai the followin':
It C «‘f !• ÌK illicit’i.
Saturday evening was well attended proved, for he w.is her chaplain at to make tl.iHl proof in support
Rich you/are invited to call and
of his rlHiin.tii. I
Jorgense/f is still in the optical and thoroughly enjoyed by the
tlint suiti pt«>. i will be nitric before Kt ■. t
il Is pee t.
Keet’iver tit Kurus. U’v.4<>n, ou l ebrumy i-
business ^nd ready to serve his
Viz l’e: r. il Wiilitnn;..
imperious ruler of the German Em »iomest .‘ti<l F.nlk No.
for the N’ , ,
Our old friend Wm. Dunn was | many custom ‘rs.
SW' , NW ■
’ , --•(• I Hl.-I Nl.\ >1 <4 fee ... Tp
b from his home near Narrow-
O-vir.g lo the large amount of, pire and the man who is now King s, II. '.s E.
names Iht* f >ll«>winjj witnesses t<> pr<v. t-
It is reported here that a num work to l/ done, the Burns Flour of England, the woman who has h's He continuous
r* si-lent ¡.p.»u aa<i cultivtiti.-ti
|is week He is the same jovial
of Mini hind, viz Orviì.e 1). Knsk and W. B
ing tnilywill not close down until succeeded to tl.e title of Queen, the Parker, of Burns«Oregon. J. »■•¡•h X'amter
d fellow and expects to live one
.-! I! V
developed in Drewsey.
Princes and Princesses, and thofe Oregon
March tile 1st.
. H ayek , Ke
hundred y -ars more.
—One lot and t WO
W. II. Mavfitld, who has the
■ AVe haye Crm-kery and Gliss-
houses situated on I! street, In
ened to the bishop’s ci asle-s pray
wa e in ajl varietie-. A very large quire ot/l’uu! Locher.
McMurphy ranch rented, was a
Kick of flancy China in ninny shop' s
caller at this office the first of the
Six o'clock passed. The Bishcp
W ho I.i Y our D octor ?—Well it
ab id I siy«
siy to sele: t Tom. Geer A
continued his intercession. One of
The union revival services, con the younger children asked a quts-
tions to P.i - City Drug Store.
■Dr. L E Hibbard a id I.. M.
ducted by Rev’s Black and Irwin, tion in a shrill childish treble and
Dr. W. L. Marsilen will arrive are .»till in progress ami consider
Br >wn hav<* been over to Warn
was immediately silenced The
Springs since last Monday. Vi h< re this af'ernoon from Portland where able interest is being manifesti d.
women of this royal fimilv sobbed
th* y have no doubt e* j h » d ! he fun he lias been attending a m-etir.g of
faintly and the luen shulll d tin
: the state m:‘ li • il a«so -iati m.
dbuk shooting in that vicinity.
I «cat- d at Ine II. W. Welcome A easily. At exactly half past G. Sir
The absolute simplicity of
drug stere and is prepared to do James Reid held up his head, and
the EASTMAN KODAKS
lg«, and your prescripti. ns com- W. O. White, wh-i has
watch, cloak and jewelry work in a the pteople then km iv that England
lias In - n the secret of their
pounded accurately ail 1 scientific-
seccess, in fact so easy lias
all'-. t)»en take them to the City improved.
^The new fire alarm Iteli has been ’
photography become that
Good wood, .al ways on band at put in position temporarily and will Queen passed away quite pi ncfully.
any bright I my or girl of
■KThe Wimlso/Bar is the mo.-t nt- Frank
10 years can successfully
Geer nmv has charge also be used as a curfew bell warn the mourners went to their rooms.
lActive and /np-t -date resort in ai d will deliver wood any ¡dace in ing the boys to be in off the streets
every step in
A few minutes later the ineviable
Ea «tern Ort u. Messrs Caldwell town.
at a certain hour each evening,
1 element of materialism stepped in
t/ie proprii '. >r«. . are a’
ing the button” to "doing
Mrs G. W. Clevenger was call-d
wf . - glad to meet their old friends
to John Dav the first of the week in Burns and is located in the Com tional history, for the court ladi. s
C».l ami see ti eni.
We hive a full line of
to the e -k lie 1 of her father who mercial House where lie will be went busily to work ordering their
these Kodaks and lire ul
pleased to mt et his old customers mourning from
SA th • < ugbbri -I S mfl-.do-rn vr nr- was reported vety >11.
ways glad toexjdain them
wheels of the world were j.-irrtd
Inng biu-k was reociv« d li«-ri- last ^Emmet Reed met
with quite a
anyone inter« -ted in
when the announcement came, hut
Thursdnv t v. t ing for W. D. IL-.n-
Ifenry Zutz. a 17-yenr-old boy
painful accident the first of the
this fascinating amuse
He is i beau'y nml b is been
week, cutting hi« foot with an ax accidentally shot and killed Lim
pursued the usual course Down
much admired bv sheepmen who
which laiJ bill) up for a day or self near Vale last week, ili,
’IT V 1»IH <1 HTOKl
in the kitchen they were cooking a
hare seen him. We do not know
brains were blown out bv the dis-
huge dinner for an assemblage, the
II. M. H orton , l’ropt.
wh her Will is
i going into the
charge of his own ri volv< r.
dike of which has seldom been
Tri sell A' onegan are now pre-
»he> ;o business to any great extent
Messrs Thornton Williams a
known in England, and the din-. r
pared to fur ish Gambrinus. Wine-
FitzGerald left the first of 1
preporations proceeded just as if
ia,” 'and Pabst»
2,-fWe are informed the hoard of’
Beer in auf quantity desired, from
sci ool directots has secured the
couple of wril;s. Mr. FitzGer:
The body of Queen Victoria was e e
one botti to a load.
»er ,ice« of Wm. Rutherf >rd for the
is interested in the mine« of tl
embalmed and will probably be o
^■ond r >om in onr public school
Brick Wo'dard and John Me- district.
taken to Windsor Saturday, The ©
^E1 Prof. Dill&rd will tike the Facbron. of Mitchell, arrived hero
coffin arrived la»t evening fruin
pBncipi’-’ii[i. Mr. R ith rford has the first of the wook and have gone
^K-n leaching in Drewsey this year. down to the island to visit the for I.oom in ru nitig order, and is now
O SIMON LEW iS. I’roprletor
The Prince of Wales was very ©
r adv to (Ake work, .She will be
has resigned his position there mer's brother James Woodard.
Board furmshed either by tli” o3
much affected when the doctors at
Md will be on hand here next
day or bv the wer k. The ta- O
G. W. Water» of the Cash Varie samples Ri member she furnishes last informed th it his tn other hid
3 ble will always he futnished o
ty Store is now selling his entire the wufp for all carpets.
breathed her last. Emperor Will e wilh the liest the market af.
■ Prof. Dillard informs u« that the stock of merchandise nt cost for
iam was also deeply nflected, iillt «• fords preparr1 by un experi- ft
enced lady cook.
sci ool time will be changed next cash Ho intends to close out that
did his best to minister comfort to
I will al-o rillt in connec- n»
his sorrow-stricken uncle, whose 4
Mi lay morning to sun time iir.e as soon a» possible and devote
3 t-on wilh the bcariling houre *>
new dignity he was the first to •
Parents should take notice and see all his time to the fruit and produce
that the children are re tdv on time trade. See his ail.
Fo the past two months school
From all parts of the world there
Manager Smith has bought some
are still pouring into I'owes mess
tine has been hnv wav from 15
Where all bor.es .mtrii-ted to u
very nice and elegant prizes for the
ages of condolence. They come
tnlimt-s to an hour h -hind town
mv care will be properly cared Cr
mask ball the 14th of February.
for. Ilav 2'. cents per head.
from crowned heads, millionaires,
This thing of eyerybodv hav
Officers I stalled at Drewsey.
They are now on exhibition in the
ing their own time is a nuisance
trad- sm'-n and paup«-rs, and are o Grain the same prier-.
window of the Citv Drug Store.
Your Patronage Solicited
which can only lie remedied by a
variously addressed to the Prince o
The first prize is a silver tea i»et and
Drrwscv lodgc No. 147 I. O. O F
towt clock. I ,et’s have one.
of Wales and tiie King of England.
the second is a shaving set. Either installed the follow-ng officer»;
M C ARE GOIN«; TO TRY ToBRUAK A of the prizes are we)] worth the ef
I M Davis, N. G; C E Stanley. e
. VTORS, FARM
'.¡n :y, \\ ¡tal a H«, |»t;. , ., <; ms. Ammunition,
Croi-kery, Giasnvare, Lamps.
in Simp in Connection.
I I. I,. * It i -iui
'■’ i> itu-i i
fu’ \- furnished when
Ai. pre, a ; ed t ,i I,il h and piaster houses
-r i.-ss money than ceiling and painting.
tic in and at the dullest time of
the year. Here's
the story briefly:
“Wl 1 b.-gtll :ti is half done.” We
belii re in a g o.l beginning for the
year in the way of Rules. Each
year w- try to pu-h the i. ark a
hit.'« higher lor January sales and
eset. year wm hare su"ceeded. I’
takes m re planning than it did
whet <ursal|s were small. The
pr-tioti« Jntig iry rec- rd was not
•o ba I to lie.tt then, no* it is—
and - ak> * riieti value« a* these tn
mak- ig «ales Ch.idren« Jacket«
Aim- i ri.-- 42 st now. >2 •«»
NIi«1»- - Ja kef* firnter prices » ' •
W (M -
• 2 81'
2", It o 6>), f 4 OJ. »4 80
Lad;--- J.t X-'i1 f >rtn- •r price* s
W O k 47 5»t, K 50. ♦9 <M). now—
•4 01' fl HXl. ♦G 00
Ladle« Dre-- Sk rt* firmer price»
WMX » 111
» 2 00 ♦2 I. <3 60
»4 04' 14
You < m’t i make ■
MÌ*t: ’ if .i lU patrnoizr oui r Jana
F rown A
fort to win.
V. G : W. D Baker. See: J. C. Bart
lett, Tross : J. R. Drewett, War.:
E. A. Heath. Con ; T. F. Arnold,
I. G : John Ott, O. G .J C. Rart-
lett. R S. N G ; E J. Howard. L.
S N G ; “
Frank ' Raymond, I! S. V.
G.; G M. Olson, R. S. S ; George
McDowell, L. S. S.
THE NEW MEAT M EKET
Complete Line Of
i HTC!-; Ì Merchandise
’K Kodaks s
I i URNITURE ii
. j.'st Consideration.
House, Carri.q;e uni Sign Painting.
* ' ■ ’¡‘i .
' I ■ ■
i ;■ m I K iDu nining
JOE 1’U1 ’KER
MAIN ST.. BORNS
Wagon wm k rimi-- 1 1 a
tn inne r.
jr-je JT-jr ae ac
All orders given
Give liiin a calk
HEAEQUARTERS AT ONTARIO, OREGON.
1. - ict n Dreg - --i 1 )i -, - i -. mg Company doc« a I'eneral
real c .late and c-»mi.i :-.n Im im--s. Buys and sells
ili -late, mini ami mine: il land-, Im-miess enter-
| i i-e . of a I I uh i - , l.o
. < i tl,-. -hi ,-p, etc. !<<nation
of "o.ernnii-nt land- and the d- vt-h-pment of the re
sources of I. istern I )org : a i l « ontiguotis territory.
J- ■ I. H
. >■ t , O n i aiiio . O h .
D ied —This morning at th» And
Jr k j - » jc
r jr jc a r *1 jr
erson hotel, the eight-month old
infant of Mr. and Mrs. Svlvester
Veal hop--. 'Litton Chop«, Sirloin, 1’-it« rlu,c«<. « r
Jameson, of Lawen. The child had
any kit. I of Bi-i-T Steaks or R'-a-t* cut Iron our
been sick for several days and was
and jaicy »lock of prime mi ... -,freah and tiriqt
brought here yesterday for medical
attendance, but it was too late for
ing ll|n<, Ba«:on. Lard, Poultry Etr.
Dr Geary to d > anything for it.
Minerva. R- b. Degree, No. 112 1
allot« fiii-i ui pr«>mot and oLiigi« g in serving you.
Its death was caused from choleri- O O. F. of Drewsey installed the
to partie* «i-li g tn buy anything in my line
Mrs. I M Davis. N. G.: Mr*,
a fin«- glade of lii'igle*. Bung or Mad your
Mi«» R >«e Venator arrived Tims
Frank Ray men. V. G Mr* c. E
day from Venator, Harney countv.
l ot' /mr!i< Ìr.'t ftililrf'jtn,
Statdee, Rec K-e ; Mrs. E A
after a perilous trip through the
Heath Treas ; W. It. Baker. F. Sec
E. H. KING, HARNEY OR
snow. Mias V.nator came as hur
ST T’OIS TOOT!
Miss Grace Bartlett, War ; Mrs.
riedly a* po«»itle, a* she Darned
Geo. Cox, Con; Mra. W D Baker.
Having decidrd to handle nothing but Fruit and Produce the corn
that her mother. Mr- J Venator.
Chap, J. C. Bartlett. I G ; E A
>.f Go -e Lake valler, was *eri< Italy
ing »canon, I will no* close out my entire stock of Merchandise at cost
Heath. O. G ; I M Davis. R S N
ill. She waa aecomptanied by Wili
Here «ill be found
G ; W D Baker. L. S. N. G.. Mr.
am Burns of Harney, and they
(French Hou««- bui'ding)
E A Heath, R 8. V. G
were eight day« niaktr g the dan-
MRi* FRANKIE BRENTON Proprietor,
L. 8. V. G.
gero-js ‘rip. They w-re compelled
Tl.-- t,. < ■ ip,. • 1 »;• t
-t «L . u-ii-s the market
to stay oat one night on the desert,
DreWMy Camp. M -dern Wood Groceries. Tobacco and Cigars, Drugs, Stationery, Notions of all kinds
p- -. | ,,\, t by an ex
and earl, other night they reach«! man of A rr.erica Installed the fol-
Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Wood an 1 Willow Ware, Tinware.
•t >ppi<ig place« lor g aft»r r.igbtfall lowitig eftem:
Gljs.ware, etc. etc.
It wa* owing to an indomitable w J|
E A Heath. V. C ; E. L. Feede.
(t \V. Watci*. I’t - »j ir.»-t< ir.
and enrage onlv that Mi*s A -na- W A : C. E Standee, Clerk W. D
tor made the trip in rafety — Lakr- Baker. Treat; Wm
BARGAINS IN ALL LINES FOR CASH.
Burns Cash Variety Store
r jc jr >c Jr j
t - nt Malin tir Co.
ni I - oli-y. Unitili,
J.yt . Howard, W- st fall