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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1896)
WKDNK8DAY SEPTEMBER. 23 ISM.
H W WELCOME, Proprietor.
Speaking of the appointment by
DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, TOILET ART[
the president of Professor Benjamin
F. Barge, of Ellensburg, as a mem
CLES OF ALL KINDS, ETC
ber of the commission to truat with
^•Prescriptions carefully compounded by a Registered Pharmacy
the Northern Cheyenne, Crow.
Flathead, Fort Hall and Yakima
Indians, the Spokane Spokesman-
‘‘A work that is of great impor
tance is to be trusted to the com
mission. It is to treat with the In
dians named with a view to having
them cede to the United States their
reserved lands. In this state this
means throwing open the vast era
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of the Yakima reservation to settle
ment. While there is much of this
Work Guaranteed to be First class.
reservation that is worth little un
der existing circumstances, with
We mix our own Paints, and
irrigation it would be immensely
valuable There are, it is estimated,
300,000 acres in the reservation
that can be irrigated and made
first-class agricultural land. Two
hundred thousand acres of the res
ervation are, it is estimated, now
under subirrigation and producing
bay. There is abundant water in
the vicinity that can be used for
ABSOLUTELY PU^E. I* m®de in Baker City, and is a home production
Throwing ojien the Yakima reser
vation would result in a rush for
BUY IT. and you will find it gives satisfact on.
that district, and would, without a
d mbt, start new and extensive ir
money at home, and build up home industries.
rigation enterprises in central
Washington. The prospect of ac ryFOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS.
quiring title to the lands by settle
ment would bring a crowd of
‘boomers” and “sooners” greater
far in number than those who went
•n the Coeur d’Alene reservation
when it was thrown open.
THOS. LAHEY, Burns, Oregon.
“There has been no meeting of
First door north of Brick Store.
the commission yet, and it hus a
large amount of work before it in
treating with the Indians on the
five reservations named above.
The government has appropriated
135,000 for the work of the com
MAIN STREET.......................... HARNEY....................... OREGON
N. BROWN & SONS
The Leading Merchant will
Our Work Sneaks fo?
Durkee’s Baking Powder.
CARPENTER, BUILDER, CABINET MAKER.
Parties Desiring Cabinet Work
that excels any done in this place
heretoore, call and examine my
B11IIÏ Llfflï SM.
R0BT. IRVING, Prop.
This is to certify that on May 11
I walked to Melick's drug store on
a pair of crutches and bought a
bottle of Chandterlain's Pain Balm
which had crippled me up. After
using three bottles 1 am completely
cured. I can cheerfully recommend
it—Charles II. Wetzel, Sunbury,
N^Uommodious, Convenient, Cheap,
On the Corner South of the French Hotel, Main Street.
rixxovlllo---- Burns Stage Company.
Sworn and subscril»ed to before Stage •eaves Burns everey Monday and Thursday.
me on August 10, 1894.—Walter
Chipman, J. P
For sale at 50
cents |>er laittle by druggists.
F are to P rineville $ io . oo .
rtED FRONT LIVERY
McCLAIN <fc WILLIAMS
The proprietor is well known not ouly here but in all the sdj«c*nt
Counties and Towns.
His business qualifications and natural a
tion for horses specially fits him for the avocation.
and It th. rMattaf e.Ma and
Indian clwultc cbanfaa.
It can ba canal by a plMaanl
rrmrdr wbk-fc I* appltad dl-
awlly Into th. noMrila Bo-
taf^ÿilckly abmrted It (I vm
J. C. Welcome,
Ely's Cream Balm
to a<iiKwWgal to bo th. hmw I tbocoagk sarò ft*
Kanal Catarrh. C»»»d la Hand aad Hay Favar of all
■o n di». It noma and e l i a n «M th. aaaalpaaaa«*.,
allay, pain and mSamMation, toaala tiwaorM, pro-
th* nwml-ranr tn>m co4<k, rwtcrw Ih» amaro
3t ta.t.an.lam.11. IMc.M»r allWacitlaiaoebyinad.
RLY BHVTUKRM, SS Worn Suoot.
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
W. W. JOHNSON,
Proprietor of ttxe SLITS SALOON
Keep constantly on hand a supply of tine Liquors and Ligsrs
MANUFACTURER OF TB1 WELCOME TREK*
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