Image provided by: Harney County Library; Burns, OR
About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1896)
W I Ai'
ANT I nM
ED — I arsire
desire to cor-
was trailing over the side, and she
ru jspond with Oregon parties
succeeded in getting on board.
who may be able to supply
George Washington meant well.
She “stowed away,” she said,
me wi h choice Indian relies
but he did nut understand the kind an<j
not make |ier presence 1 aucii as spear heads, arrow heads, stone
_ „4- of Uia
*1 pipes ect Write me. telling m- what
unDl the ship _____
IL King George the harbor. Then she revealed her you have. Address: H. P H amilton ,
Majesty George 1 III.
Two Rivers, Wsconsin.
loved the colonies so much that he identity, paid her passage, and was
Good cord wood delivered on short notice and at Reasonable Rates.
wa8 loath to part with them. One given a siateroom and stewardess
^aF“Leave orders at Worthington’s Drug Store
Thomas Jefferson drew up a paper fitted her out with female garb.
,,n the Fourth of July, in which he
FOR HARNEY COUNTY,
called King Feorge names. Wash-i
Fishes have no eye lids and nec Geo. Tregaskis, Burns,Or.
¡ng ton was mislead by this. So he essarily sleep with their eves open;
kept his soldiers one long winter at they swallow
their food whole, O B Dingle, — Diamond, Oregon.
Valley Forge. The poo»- men suf- having no dental machinery fur H. 8. Morris,
— Riley, Oregon
f.rrd terribly. We must no blame nished them. Frogs, toads and ser
Washington for this.
pents never take food except that
C A- SWEEK,
whioh they are stiefied is alive.
Benedict Arnold was a soldier of I
When a bee wasp or hornet stings,
abilitv. He fought under Wash
it is nearly always at. the expense
ington. but after a time he got to
of its life.
Serpents are so tena
understand the British and wv
eious of life that they will live for
verv sorrv for the part he had
six months or longer without food.
played. Arnold had a -ueceptible.
It is believed that crocidiles live to
loving nature, and he could not
tn hundreds of years o’d. The
think with mt tears of renouncing
Egyptians embalmed them. In
allegiance to King George.
South America there is a prolific
felt that it would be better to end
honey bee which has not been fur- i
the fraternal strife, Accordingly, i nished with a sting. The head of
PLACE TO GET BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, UNDERWARE,
he stopped fighting. went over to 1 the rattlesnake has been known to
King Geo ge and did his best to re inflict a fatal wound after bei
GLOVES, MITTONS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, ETC.
tain the colonies for the British severed from the body.
Located first block East of Church.
REAL ESTATI AGENT.
But Arnold was ahead of his time ,
W. H. C anaday , Manager.
Had he lived today he might have |
passed fir an Anglomaniac and
have acquired great influence.
• ¿ST Practices before U S. Land Office.
When the revolutiorarv war had |
continued some years, the British
felt that it would be cruelty to the
$800 In Purses.
colonists to maintain it any longer.
The Burns Jockey Club will give
The Americans were being killed five days racing, September 1, 2,
constantly, and the country, from 4 and 5, 1896.
Massachusetts to South Carolina, l
FIRST DAY, 8EPT. 1.
was tided with widows and orphans ’
1st. j mile dash, free for all,
The Americans, moreover, were be
ing put to great inconvenience. purse
2J, GOO vard dash, for Har
The British government notified
county Baddie horses that
Washington that it must be ex
cused from carrying on the contest never run for public money,
any longer Th« English could not purse
C. H. VOEGTLY,
Dr. W.L. Marsden,
A Thrilling Escape.
N’«-w York. Aug. 7.—Miss Cecelia
Charles, w ho says she went to Cuba
4 mile dash.free for all,purse 1501
FIFTH DAY. SEPT. 5
Bicycles, Mowing Machines, Guns
ets. repaired promptly and satisfactory.
Cheap tor Cash.
I Carpenter ..
The races to be go erned by the
Blood Horse Association Rules,
W. W. J ohnson , President,
II. R ichardson , Secretary.
g mile and repeat, 2 in 3, free
several months ago lor the purpose for all, purse
of obtaining material for a book. |
Ten per cent entrance fee required Fine Work.............................. Low Prices.
was a pas.-enger by the Ward line, .---
-------- Entries to be mad«
Meamship City of Washington, I with the secretary on or before 8 BURNS
which arrived from Havana Wed- o’clock the evening before each
nesday, Hnd wlio-<e passengers were ' race. In all races 5 horses to enter
s-“l to Hoffman 'eland for invest!- and 3 to start, First hone 75 per
| ( cent,
■ second horse 25 per cent.
M bs ( harles say« that after tray-.
eling over the island a newspaper
correspmdent warned her that her |
liberty and possibly her life was in ,
danger. She acted upon the warn
ing as soon as it was received, and
goir.g to her hotel, made prepara
lions tor leaving - the citv.
Before she could do so the house
MACHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION,
: : ::Dantistry:::
reconcile it to their consciences to!
SECOND DAY. SEPT. 2.
DR. D. B. CATE
prosecute a strife so fatal to their
f mile dash, Harnev Co.
kinsmen. So the war was ended
Every kind of first-class Dentistry
and the Americans were permitted
or. short notice and in a work
THIRD DAY, SEPT. 3.
toftrm a government of their own.
I mile dash,free for all.purse 150 1
FOURTH DAY, SEPT. 4.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
First door south of Post Office.
B urns , O regon .
Six weeks ago I suffered with
0. Hl Cl.
’er? severe cold; was almost unable
K. MeN K1L, Receiver.
to speak. My
was surrounded bv Spaniards. Be-I me to consult apyrician. 1 Noticing
then thoroughly alarmed. Chamberlian’s Cough Remedy ad" 1 Gives’!?
........ ,e choice of two transcontinental
a >d toaritig every moment that she 1 verstised in the St. Paul Volks
WOIlld I k : hurried
’ ‘ to prison, she de- Zeitung I procured a bottle,
fcided to evade arrest by disguise, after taking it a short while
— in hoys’clothes entyrely well-
•sh- arrayed * * herself
I now most heartily
tuck -d her hair under an old straw
Representing the following well known companies:
recommend this remedy to anyone
bat. soiled her face and hands, and suffering with a cold.
W m . Km. MINNE A ----------
K ansas city ,
W'l unobserved i »trie out of the
Equitable Lifte Assnrance Society of New York.
Selby Ave., St. Paul. Minn AVD ST. PAUL
‘■tek doo- «nd made he- wa v to the For 82,e b.'
Low rates to all Eastern cities.
National Life Association of Hartford, Conn.,
r’*y* I he Ward line steamship
Standard Accident Insurance Company of Detroit,
L 'v of \\ ashiiigton w„ at anchor
leave Portland every 5 days for
Preferred Accident Insurance Company of N. Y., <*
f' the htrbor and making ready to
Kaw York. March lit. 18«.
Fireman’s Fund Fire Insurance Company of &. F., <«
Fl under way. Miss Charles hired
For full details eal oa O. RAW
h‘f all rowboat and went eloi.g- ... ®wWr" -* h“»eglrsn your Rui«Un out
Norwfch-rnio. Fir. IMurance Society of Liverpool, Enr„ ‘
Agent, Baker Chy, or address
' l-Un Striare» thorough trui, and am
riw gangway ladders had «•I to ruts that they aro the br,t « mm A aad
W. H. H urlburt ,
B urns ,
J**" Uk» n in, but a fuye iajjer
«urablo Mrlaca 1 har.rrer aatJ
H arms r C ounty .
O rfoom .
ùxr pass , aqt Portland, Oer
Yuurs re»p .,
General Fire & Life Insurance Agent
■Í I I