The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, January 18, 1902, Image 3

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Schwartz & Budei man
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GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
First Annual Clearance Sah
The first week of the Big Sale has passed with
,‘xcellent results.
.Tany old custorers have
aken advantage of it and new ones added.
Have yon called vet? Come.
LADIES AND GENTS GOODS
Will be reduced
If you want
BARGAINS,
Be Sure to take advantage of
this ¿ale.
e* at
Special inducements for cash.
Our line of Groceries is not only
complete, but is also of super­
ior quality.
Mrs Emil Baker who was report­
Fruit jars at Geer 4 Cututuina
ed as dangerously ill in our last that are warranted against break-
issue, is improving.
I a««-
We have sulky plows, walking
Don’t buy your plow until you
plows,gang plows at railroad prices. have looked through C. H. \ oetlv’s
Full stock—Geer it Cummins.
stock.
Just received a cur load
,
of
them.
Mrs. Robt. Irving accompanied -
i by Miss Aliua Bowers, was down
The Richardson <Jt James saw
from Harney Wednesday.
mill is again turning out lumber of
P, M. Clieeney and wife were the all kinds. The mill is located in
i gue-ts of Mr. and iu. Simon .ews good timber with a good road and
is ready to fill any size order sent
l tl:e fiist of the week.
\iin. . They’ also make the best sliin-
Rev. A. J. Irwin has gone to
tn ■ glei Call for prices.
' Drews-y where he is conauctiug
. services this week.
Business College Notes.
!
Some very interesting matter
The college today closed its first
' was crowded out of this issue to
( make room for some legal notices, j term of three month. Next Monday,
January 20, it begins its second
F ound —On the street near thia •
term of three months. The college
office a lady's breast pin. Owner
opened Nov. 4, with rooms compar­
call and prove property and pay fori
atively empty—today scarcely a
this notice.
seat is vacant, and every student
C. H. Voegtly has just received just competing the first three
a car load of plows and harrows of months course is re-enlisted for the
all sizes, and baa put a price on
second term, and all express them­
them that will make them go.
selves as the happiest group of stu­
Link and Tom Hutton were in dents that ever were associated in
from Wagontire this week with hor­ school work.
ses which they sold to the govern­
Merchant G. L. Hembree of Sil­
ment buyers.
I
ver Creek, cuiumeticeU work with
| Our stock and farm machinery us last Monday.
I was never more complete. Seeders.
One by one our evening students
| plows, cultivators, drills, anything
you want.—Geer & Cummins.
I are enrolling in the day school, and
Ki at present the college rooms present
B orn —To Mr and Mrs Fred during school hours, a picture of
Deinstedt, last Monday, Jan. 13 a industry and happiness.
girl. Dr. Marsden was the attend­
ing physician.
Death of Eva Wright-Duntoa.
WE ARE STOCK-TAKING
-¿ù. C-erieral
Prices on a Great Hanv Lines
O1Œ
Call on us and Examine New Prices
Positive Reduction Sale ?
io Cash Purchasers.
Fioneer ÂÆoircli.eï,33.t.:3,
N. BROWN & SONS
Burns, Oregon
Mrs E T. Cays who has been
serious’y ill for some time, has
been moved from Harney to the
home of her parents in this city.
Craddock Bros, brought in an­
other lot of horses for James Sher­
man this week. Mrs. Jack Crad­
dock and little son accompanied
her busband in.
Drewsey, Jan. 13.—Ed. Times-
Herald:—Mrs Eva Wright-Dunton,
wife of Bert Dunton, one of our en­
terprising farmers, died Jan 9, at
10 o’clock a. tn. She was sick only
a few days.
chwartz
udelm an
The funeral took place at the
Drewsey grave yard on Jan. 10,
and was largely attended. Minervia
Mrs. Sagers solicits a share of Reb. Lodge, No. 112, I. O. O. F„
the public patronage. Her bakery Drewsey lodge No. 147. 1. O. O. F.
turns out good eatables. Rye and and the public school all turned
.jròù’A,
J. R. Jenkins and wife are stop­ graham bread as well as white al­ out. The funeral services were
ping in Burns at present.
ways on hand.
conducted by Mrs. M. E. Miller
It made a bluff at snowing Thurs­
O. W. Porter, the prominent of the first Baptist church of
>AS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF day, but made a failure.
sheepman, returned Monday from Drewsey.
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIHCOUNTY.
Eya Wright was born in South
M V Baker was in from his Warm a two weeks' visit in Portland. He
Dakota,
Oct. 12, 1878, moved to
says
that
great
interest
is
shown
sprir.-g home one day this week.
SATL'aUAV. JANUARY 1». I'D-'
there in the Malheur oil fields.— Oregon with her parents in her
Mr. ami Mrs Alva Sprii ger were Huntington Herald
youtti and was raised and educated
guests at the Cottage the first of
Tony Wender, t'u6 Canyon City near Drewsey. Was married to Beit
Local News.
the week.
hrewerer, accompanied by Piiil Dunton Christmas Day, 1899. She
N. Brown & Sons are closing out Metchari Jr., cashier of the Grant leaves a loving husband, two «ons-
NV. Y. King was down from the all lined goods. Prices have been
County Bank, came in from that lone only a few d’.ys old—father,
mill a few days this week.
reduced all through.
place last Saturday. Mr. Wender mother, two brothers, Jacob and
Felts it Rubbers—Gooodyear |
B orn —Saturday, Jan. 11, to Mr. ■started on his return trip Sunday John of Drewsey, and a married
Will have an ad in this space next week.
W. D. B
Rubber goods $3 50 at N Drown A Rnij y[rs c. H. Voegtlv, a bov. I)r. and Mr. Metschan remained here sister in Montana.
The Burns I-urnilurc
Sous.
M irsden in attendance.
until Wednesday, returning on the
I
Narrows Happenings.
The iong-looked-for snow begun
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P.
IT. Gray, the - Lawrn merchant, stage.
Religious Services.
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Teachers' Examination.
falling this morning and the indi­ accompanied by his son Claud, was
M arried —At the home of T V B
Ii
Ij
Rube Hughit, of this place, made
I
cations are we will have plenty of a visitor to our citv the first of the Embree and wife in Dallas, Sunday a business trip to the Warm springs
Christian Sciciion rvici sat 11 I. 1 • COLD’ COUGH!
Notice is hereby given that the | Brisco*« re«idencc every Sunday 11 !
evening, January 5, their daughter this week.
week.
it.
Consumption-
county siiperiiitendant of Harney j
I
a. m, and 7:30 p. ni. Meeting also
■We want to talk to you about ; Queen Quality shoes with heavy Miss Alice Irene, was united in
county
will
hold
the
regular
exam
­
Hazel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
t:u:nnnnt:nu:::;::u::nnt:mm:nt:
held each Wednesday evening nt S
plows drills cultivators, seeders etc.
are health i savers for ladies marriage with Mr. Walter Sellers,
C A. Haines, has been quite tick ination of applicants for state and o’clock. All are cordunlly invited
son
of
David
Sellers
and
wife
near
at|tbjH k/nJ of weather. N. Brown t
W<- have a full stock on hand
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county papers at Burns, Oregon, as
BOrtTON’3
that city. Rev. L S Smith of the this week.
tn ntteixl. Subject for tomorrow:
prices in competition with railroad.
’ I Sons, agents.
follows:
“Truth”
■ieer A: Cummins.
Mrs T. G. Kribs and sister Miss Southern Methodist church otfici-
WHITE PINE
FOR STATE PAPERS.
ateing. They will make Dallas
Rev. A J. Irwin will preach al
EXPECTORANT
Mrs James McDevitt, (nee Salih Annii McNulty, have returned from
their home. The bride was at one
Commencing Wednesday, Feb­ Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
H |ud*>peth) daughter of Mr. and a visit to their parents in California.
time a resident of this county.
ruary
12, at nine o’clock a. in a(l)| I month at 11 a. in. mid 7:3<lp. m.
M !rs. G. Hudspeth, is here on a vis- They report a fine trip and a very
in
fromV"
8
oin
8
tu
school.
continuing
until Saturday Febru- I ] Sabbath sch lol every sabbath lit 2
James Adams, who came
Her many friends are very glad enjoyable visit.
p. m.
it ,
Fred Scott, of Diamond valley, ary 15, at four o'clock p m.
She will spend t All persons are hereby notified the Owyhee today, states that some
• There will lx' preaching services
to see her again
Wednesday—Penmanship, his to- i I nt the Poison (.'reek school house
Idaho officers in that section cap­ is visiting with Geo Simmons this
sc une tune here.
not to remove any building rock tured Jordan and Smith the other
rv,
spelling, algebra, reading. school ■ every 4th Sundav nt 2:30 p. m.
wee k.
from mv land.
B Ireakfast Bacon .
Rev. A. J Irwin, paator.
law.
day.
They
were
lookii
g
for
an
es
­
Warren Curtis made a business
Burns, Oregon, Nov 30. 1901.
t
flams
Th nr.-da v—Written arithmetic. t At the Presbyterian church <
caped
convict
from
the
Idaho
peni
­
I,F on M. B rown .
trip to Burns this week.
:
Should- lern
theory
«f
leaching,
grammar,
book-'
Burns,
Rev.
A.
J.
Irwin
pastor
tentiary and thought one of them
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>«•»•«*•
,
:
Tins meat is first class, ma le in
V. Caw'.tie'd made the Narrows keeping, phy-ii's. civil government. Devine services the third nnd fourth
The Rebekah lodge of this place was their man. After discovering
Sunday«
of
each
month
at
11
a.
in.
Homey county Sold for cash only initiated three candidates last Wed­ their mistake they were allowed to a visit this week.
Friday—Pin sinlogy, geography,
lor the Quick Relief nntl
and 7:30 p. tn. habbath s< bool at
at uese prices.
N Brown & Sons nesday evening After the work go as the officers did not know they
Mr and Mrs. Alva Springer have mental arithmetic, conqiOMitiori, 10 a. m. every Sabbath morning.
Permanent Cure of All
physical geography.
■ L. M. Brown, of the firm of N. was completed a nice lunch was were wanted.
gone to Burns on a visit.
Sat u rd '' — Bolany, plane geome­
Pulmonary art! Bronchial
Brown it Sons, left the fir«t of the spread.
Indian Sam says big snow prettv try, general history, English litera­
Week for San Francisco, Mr.
The Burns Furniture Co. has n
Card of Thanks.
Diseases.
soon, we think Sammy must be
ture, psycholog"
Br own will be ab- nt six week* or new lot of art squares, rugs, carpet,
mistaken this time or be means
la month- He is combining bus'- dining chairs, rockers, extension
Ed. Timei-Herald :—Pleaie an- next winter.
FOB COUNTY I’AI’EHH.
AN EXCELLENT EXPECrORANT^
nes- and pleasure during his ai>- and center tables in stock. “Dady" nounce to the officers ami members
Commencing Wednesday, Febru­
The water is raising ii
«ei.ee and will attend to the spring is noxious to show them.
•r
J
of Drew ey Lodge No. 147 I. O. O.
ary 12, at nine o’clock a. tn , ami
/‘I./<'/■: / / / /’ >T'/.’.V7’,s |
orders for the firm.
F. Minerva It D. Ixxlge No 112 zen River now and it *
continue until Friday February 14
Mr and Mrs. Bonnett came in
spring instead of winter.
, J J. Heinz and son John, of from Crane creek Tuesday return­ I O O F and to those dear friend,
at four o'clock p tn.
Sylvester Smith of this place
La ven, ''line in Thursday with the ing Thursday. Tiiev were accom­ who rendered u« so much assistance
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First, second and third grade
s
rein tins of his daughter, Mrs. War- panied home by the lady who is and sympathy in our sad berea v- made a business trip to Burns this certificates.
• •
sincere
merit;
we
extend
the
most
week.
IIRIMMIIST,
re< Jordan, who died and was tem­ now in this section buying artillerv
Wednesday—Penmanship,
thanks.
BERNA,
OREGON.
po' an!v interred mi the Owyhe sev­ horses
Mr, J. L. Hembree of Happy torv, orthorgraph v, reading
Mr Bert Dunton
eral years ag • M*. Heinz had the
valley has moved to hie place al
Thursday
—
Written
arithmetic,
Deere plows are the le-st
Mr. J no Wright A- wife.
boo v interred in ti»e Burn* ceme- pl John
the Narrows where he will spend theory of teaching, school law
>w* made Von can ge, gong*.'
John
it Jacob Wright.
IRrr last Thursday.
the winter.
sulk'e*. walking plows, or snv kind
Friday— Geography,
mental
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»The II olmes-Pbejp* concert last of plow at •' H Voegtlv’«, and g-t
Harvey Muller says the limhur- arithmetic, physiology civil govern­
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
SIMON LEWIS,
.1. T. <IAI<I<ETT
Th arsdav was very well attended them at reduced prices. Call and
ment.
ger
cheese
club
will
not
meet
any
be convince^
hg an apprecative audience The
Notice is hereby given that the more until spring as they are out
PRIMARY < !
!{■ n C H. Parrish will leave undersigned R II Brown was on of cheese. He says he will still re­
••teriammrnl
fully up to the
Wednesday
—Penmanship ortho­
GARRET, P roís .
eSpei taliun. The home talent as- next Wednesday for Salem where the 2nd day of January 1902 duly ceive application* from now until
graphy,
reading,
arithmetic.
he
g<
es
to
argue
a
case
liefore
th»
MAIN STREET.
sis nW aequited themselves with
apr>oiute<i by the county court of spring. Stay Harve.
Thursday—Art of questioning,
Ims just been com­ •
■Mu b'redit Every number was supreme court On account of hi* Harney county Oregon administra­
Co
To
There is a lightning express run­ theory of teaching, n < tb s!-, physi­
in !■ troll W ill I h ; ;
highly appreciated and applauded having tn leave “Hick'ry Farm "' tor of the estate of Ralph Brown,
p
ning
from the Narrows to Mrs ology.
Truly yours,
»iitruMt- J
Mr H m.e*’ el s-uti'mary work was will not I* produced until Feb 7.
deceased. All persons holding 'luimons pi.i*' inly A-k Philip
J C. B artij . tt
r < ••!¥«• ti.» beat •
rd
1 ent.
The jail breakers. Smith and Jor-' claims against said estate sha.l Ware about it He can tell you.
Jor first class
•
» cent*
We are io receipt of a shipm-nt dan are still at large. The tele­ present their claim* with the pro­
Fay Comegvs. of Happy vallee.
FOR
MALE,
of The Boss K a.«'er, Bager and phone «ire was cut near La wen. a* per vouchers at the office of I’tggs was a caller this week.
¡solicited.
mrr which will l<e given away we »urmi*ed in our law isaue It i* and Biggs ir> th« citty of Burns,
Mrs P. C Peterson and family
within
six
months
after
the
date
of
JOHN
HUMBERLING,
thought
they
have
g
>n»
to
the
Oat-
to our caslomers. They are a very
of Warm spring* were here visiting
k of ev cry'Lin
their many friends here this week .lewelpr.
w fal, desirable and nece*-ary ar he* and it will perhaps beonetime this notice.
t>ri< I
( >pti<’iaii
Date
of
first
issue
January
18th
shop. Th.
tig.- When you have made cash before ’her a'ecaught. There is no
Ellgii” «T.
Mr. Black has fil!*-<> his wood
19v2,
them
< i .
pv- naaea to the amount of *30 a doubt of their Lei ng helped from the
contract for the dredger and Las Eine Watch Repairing A Spe
R H B wowr
moved to the Narrows where be I c ialty.
|e l.y I»- : g* ,ppli*d with h"r-
Master is given to vou. Cail and
k WT
Administrator of estate of Ralph will spend a few day*
at) . get a card filled out. Miller •»« which wore pn*-ildy left n»ar
L H L
KX III MAIN T., Bt'KNs.
NEXT DOOR TO P. O.
R
agtime
.
Brown,
dec'd.
4c Thur tw >n
town by some friends.
S
& B
,
Burns, Oregon.
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II. M. HORTON
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NEW TEED BARN. •
HOPKINS a HUNTER’S
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