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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1896)
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EAST ORLGOli HERALD AND
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Consolidated July 22
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. AÜGUST 2ft
êhc i imcü-Iuraul
1 sion determined not to makeitnyl
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allowance for regular deputy here,
■‘°° In^ °'er the stutl on the but to allow the clert $2 per d ij
rt BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY i
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a house I was in one for oi e deputy for each day that,
W. C. BYRD & SOU.
mg it, said the retired burglar, the circuit and coiutuissior.ers’*
I couidn t help thinking that if court he in session, and to also ah?
P ublishers and P roprietors .
| this was a fair sample of the house, so allow said clerks $2 for each.
' d lost a night. Silver-platod deputy in making up, the tax and.
i teapots and sugar howls fit for delinquent rolls, and to allow the I
One Year ...................................................... r.’.ou
Mix Mouths .......... ........................................
Three Months.............................. ...
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
i nothing but to hold tea and sugar, sheriff $2 50 per day for two depu
HEKALI) CLUB LIST:
Herald and Harper’s Magazine..........
5,00 land spoonholders and everything ties while the jury is in attendance
Herald atni Harper’s Weekly............
5.20 else juet the same.
In the draw re on the circuit court. This will be
Herald ami Harper's Bazar...................
Herald and Harner's Young People... 3.75 among the plated spoons and forks, hard
on the sherifl and clerk, as
gerald and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia,
additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents:
there was a miserable little lol of they cannot do the work alone
It cents extra ver volume, postage.
thin silver spoons «nd light forks, The Time has investigated the
ff4^“('opies of all the above works cau be ex
«mined at leisure in the Reading Room
scarcely worth carrying off, and a matter of deputies for sheriffs in.
Publishers of periodicals are solicited
w send clubb!ug rnres, a copy of their work for |out these things and
snr Free Reading Room—We file and bind the
istter at close of every half-volume, end v-ov «, L gtther, corded in a little pile on . each one at $1200 and one at 3900; |
nopies bv advertisement.
|t.ie left hand side of the top of the Wasco and Grant,each oh“ at $12(H>;
sideboard, hand v to pick up when Douglas. M-dheur and Morrow.e u h
I was raady. I had fiiiieheci the i one at $1000; Clatsop, one at $1260
MANUFACTURER OF THK WELCOME TREE.
sideboard and picked up the spoons one at $900; Jackson one at $1500;
Jlnch »1.50 »2.50 »5.00 »s ‘10 »11.00
3.00 <00 6.50 12 UJ
40 00 and was just about to put ’em into Harney one at $960;
3 50 5.00
inside coat pocket Sherman, Tillamook and Yamhill, SUTTlB1
54 00 my left-hand
rL I 6.00 9.00 15.00 28.00
I 12.00 111.00 28.00 48.00
30 00 40.00
“‘There, that'll do nicely.’
Lane, one at $75 and one at $60;'
“Naturally enough, I suppose, I Marion, two for $2500; Washing ‘
Of «very description executed with neat nest faced
around toward where the ton, one at $500; Multnomah. 33 •
ind despatch, at reasonable rates.
from, still holding the ar $75 to $150.
t ' .
spoons in my hand. I realized in
a minute just what it ment, and
A ecarerl a nrmotor on
T h « H erald is kept regularly on C|e for re
a barn is a PO WICK
for ¡rood and a power
ference, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad I might have throwed
vertising Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
at him. or turned the other way, or
'dropped; but to tell you the truth1
11 was a little surprised—it’s a |
Keep constantly on hand a supply of fine Liquors and Cigars
watchful man that’s never surpris-
.Grover-p'UevUauil c-sl——uud in
i*MLx,iion nf « second I
.. . . Adlai Stevenson
-----THEY HA\E ALSO—
ieereUry of State
.... Richard 8, Olney that I stood there
thinking about! /
‘«creiary of Treasury
. John G Carlisle
Secretary of Iuteriur
Hoke Smith it there was a clic and a flash and
A Tine' MOVTA.0K BilUar A Ta)sle. f
Secretary of War
. Daniel 8. Lamont
iacretary of Navy
.. Hilary A. Herbert I knew I’d been photographed
wretary of Agricnltnre. . J. Sterling Morton
attorney General . . . .
•• ’I think,’ be says, ‘you’ll find
Writ. L Wilson
that’ll come out very nicely; feat-j
STATE— OREGON :
G J. .'Y; H.Mitchell. I . urt-s and all the accessories clear
Hermaun ‘and distinct. We’ll send you a
i w. R. Ellis
< . m . Mleman ’ proof in about two weeks.
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
<erretary of state
k Kincaid >8 the address please?’ and when I
funt. Public In«true i-t.luu
g m Irwin I said
nothing he went on: ‘It ÌH
W H lA»eds 1
a de J
K. S. Beau. customary for us to require
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nosit from customers that we don’t
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N1NETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
If you don’t wish to make I
»■tritt Ja-, ge
•M. 0. CLIFFOA»
' sirfit A'torney
... C. W. Parrish. a deposit you
might leave the
O. I.. Patterson.
A . W.Gowan | spoons with us as a sort of guaran-
EF* Tinware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
(tee of good faith.’
ot NTY— HARNFT:
Jaunty . id?e
.......... P. Rntherforvi.
J. C. Welcome | pocket and reached for my gtin.
A, J. MvKit.rion ! 1 wan’t going
away without that
H. W. Miller
deh >>l S'HH-nntendent
GeoWTre«"'kk ph<»tograph• machine
ready he’d pulled a string or some
HARXEY r. « LAND officr :
thing and turned up every light in
............. A. A.Cowins
that room and the next; and he was BLY'S PIXXOLA BALSAM is a sure Remedy
for coughs, colds, sore throat _________________
and for asthma. .4 It
standing just inside the next room, I
abates th« cough,
STEPHENS & RICHARDSON, Proprietor
holding h gun very g’ealy re o*-s
and renders axpecU
the top of the camera He was a
»YLV A REBEKAH Degree No.43.
cool, business like man, very much
Meetaeverv 1st and 3d Wednesday.
will Invariably deriva
benefit from Its use.
Mlns I.e a McGee N.G.
so. It was clear that there wasn’t
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Many who snpposa |
sere Mothershead. Rec. Sae'y-
their cases to be con
anything for me /o do but to leave
sumption are only
the spooi.e; ancylhat'e what I did
chronic cold or deep
A. O. U. W. Burna Lodge. No «7
seated cough, often
Mert»every 2d and 4th Thursdays.
sggra»at>d by ca-
and when he rtiid ncthing futher
H M Horton.
Cream ltalm. Both
but just held me |
un* jar bottle ; Pineola Balsam, t*'. S<dd by
deratood ihaiAhere _____
was _ no use of ' ELY BROTHERS. M Warren BL, Lew York.
^HARNEY . LODGE, AU.
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iSTCourteou* treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solic
••tt» st Odd Fallow« Hsu,«-very SsHirrtay. my waiting/or another sitting.
w. C. Byrd. N. <i.
B. D. McIntyre, Bevy.
I was h/vk in that town two or
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
three year/ after that and I looked
along thqfyhot' graphers’ showcases
harnkt pout mo . 4*. o. a . r .
Meets »verv 1st and M Wednesday of »seh
••nth. a: Odd Fellows’ Hall. All Cosnrads for the /cture, but I didn’t see it.”
Is good standing invited.
Burns.Canyon Stage Line
J. C. Welcome,
W. W. JOHNSON,
I. S... GEER A CO,
Hardware and Tinware.
The Bums Bar
COUGHS and COLDS
avana—▼ alb :
Er^homy In Rent n County.
ac awe— « antan city :
'••ao< Oeearte dally. azre>t Saad»»
Benton county hereafter all
ofl/ial* must pay their own deputy
The county court at its ses-
H. A. W illiams , contractor.
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co's Expe
Wanted-An Idea Ss-j»
StagesLeave Burns dy for Canyon City,and