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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1897)
knows how—but somehow.—Em-1 It is said that there will be no
sugar bounty in the new tariff bill,
but that a stiff duty will be itn- !
wkdnebuay jANt aky . 27 i8v7.
don’t pretend to enjoy Sena- posed on sugar. That will be tax-
! tor Quay’s confidence, but consider ing the poor man’s breakfast sure
enough, but being taxed is a part
Manager. it safe to positively assert that his
recent visit to Canton has not in of the scheme of “protection,” you
creased the chances of Charles know.
jo wwr n eq riusi).
Emery Smith for a Cabinet job or
When those Jersey republicans
just as good.
“It takes money to run a naws-
find out how little influence the
paper.”—From St Johns [Kansas] l
Vice President has in the distribu
I Senator Sherman began hi« di
of pap, they’ll be sorry they
What an exaggeration; what a ' plomatic career by denying a re-
whopper. It has been disproved a I cent interview. His Cuban ideas enthused so much over Hobart.
THE 0. C. CO
Sold more goods in 1895 than any
other I louse in Eastern Oregon!
Tbev Carry the Goods and
Make the Prices.
Mars Goods for a Dollar Than Ever Before-
thousand times; it is a clean ccse didn’t look well in print, so he took
C P. Huntington doesn’t seem i
of airy fancy.
It doesn’t take the usual course, and accused the
All goods lower in Price.—Send or call on them.
money to run a newspapor. It can newspaper men of misrepresenting to have got the worth ef the money
he spent in maintaining that Con- |
run without money. It is a charit him
gressional lobby to work for the
able institution, a begging concern,
a highway robber.
It is announced that Mr. J. R. Pacific Railroads funding bill.
Get Their Prices,
newspaper is the child of the air Burton, who received the republican i
a creature of a dream. It can go caucus nomination for Senator in
Brave Boldiers, those Spaniards
on and on and on, when any other,
j^aneag legislature, will make in Cuba! They killed a ten-year
concern would be in the hands of a | that nomination the basis for a de old boy the other day for no other
receiver and would up with cob- niand for the control of one-half the reason than that he did not hurrah
webs in the windows.
( Federal patronage in his state. for Spain when they asked him to
It takes wind to run a newspaper; Nothing backward about Burton do so.
it takes gall to run a newspaper.1 eh?
It take» scintillating, aciobatic im
Tom Reed smiles every time be
agination, and a half dozen white
o,,e °^’8 ^r*eI1^8 having
« The Rothschilds are not
shirts and a railroad pass to run a
declined to accept the conditions
ed on this side as friends of silver,
’¡which accompany everv McKinley
newspaper. But money—heavens
and we cannot see wl hat
Cabinet portfolio, lhe chief con
to Betsy and six hands round, who
Wolcott, the »elf appointed silver
dition is a pledge of blind and un
ever needs money in conducting a
I ambassador, expects to gain by
qualified support of McKinley for
newspaper! K.nd words are the j
being the guest of one of the family
medium of exchange that do the as he recently was.
manufacturer of tiih welcome tree .
business for the editor—kind words
That the spirit of “01<i Hickory”
and church social tickets. When
“Corporal” Tanner was one of still lives was shown by the enthu-
you fee an editor with money,
the speakers at a celebration of the
,ie ! siasm which accompanied the cele-' ‘Pyi wn q*
watch him. He'll be paving his
I birthday of Gen. R. E. Lee, in
bration of Jackson day in numerous
bills and disgracing his profession.
Washington. He responded to the places.
Never give money to an editor.
toast, “The American soldier.”
Make him trade it out. He likes
would be a fine joke if after
Sherman resigned to enter
Then when you die, after having
at the around
crow .certain that she will present the'should ignore
and ap-1 i
Strictly one Price.
J. C. Welcome,
paper, be sure and have your wife | greatest number of applicants,
I'wzmSs.nla.«, »-»■» I a zi »• ZA F n vx ml inn r,T □
send in for three extra copies by j
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one of vour weeping children, and
The inauguration day weather
when she reads the generous and cannot possibly be colder than John
touching notice about you, forewarn Sherman will be as Secretary of
her to neglect to send 15 cents to State.
the editor. It would overwhelm
him. Money is a corrupt thing.
If Foraker allows Hanna to be
The editor knows it and what he appointed senator, it will be be-
wants is your heartfelt thanks? caU(ie of the additions it will make
Then be csn thank the printers and I to his share of the spoils,
L .. M 4"« 1 1
point A seme other
Eight hours for a May’s work is
not likely to be universally adopt
ed until there are less than eight
men applying for every day's work | BURNS,
there is to be done.
NEW YORK WORLD.
HARRIS <t JOHNSON Proprietor.
Wines Liquors, and Cigars.
Good Billiard tables, PleasantjCard Rooms, eta., eta.
The Twice-a-week Edition of the
New York World has been convert- Saloon is first class in every particular, Experienced bartender
ed into the Thrice-a-week. It fur
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
nishes 3 pajiers of 6 pages apiece,
or eighteen pages eyery week, at
the old price of One Dollar a year,
This gives 156 paper a year for One
Dollar and every paper has 6 pages
eight columns wide or 48 column»
in all. The Thrice-a-week World
i8 not only much larger than any
they can thank the grocers.
Take your job work to the affices
Tom Platt is willing to concede
and then come and ask for half that Joe Choate is a good lawyer,
rates for the church notices. Get but he insists that he is poorly in-
your lodge letter heads and station formed in the art of politcal ma-
erv printed out of town, and then nipulation.
flood the editor with beautiful
thoughts in resolutions of respect
and card of thanks. They make I The heating apparatus of th®
such spicy reading, and when you ' State department building should weekly or semi-weekly newspaper,
pick it up filled with these mortu-1 be thoroughly looked after before hut
furnishes the 1 news with
ary articles, you^are so |
your little local paper!
all the crisp, fresh qualities ef a
But money—scorn the filthy
Sitaated on Silviea river 1 mile East of Burn», near the bridgv
It Beem» a ^reasonably certain daily with the attractive anecia)
thing. Don’t let the pure, innocent
editor know anything about it. I guess since the positive announce- features of a weekly.
Customers wi! receive GOOD FLOUR from
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peo I ment that John Sherman would set
The at the head of McKinley’s eabinet by which we can furnish th’«
pie who charge for their wares.
and the Thrice-a-Week N •• fork Good Wheat
editor“iivZhit bounty away. Th« table, that Gen. Alger will not oc- Worldboth for 12.25 a year.
For reasons, see Sher-
Sher advantage of this offer a J get
Lord loves a cheerful giver, He’ll cupvaseat.
man’s personal recollectionsj
recollection»! of your own local paper and the
take care of the editor. Don t wor
Thrice-a-Week World at this special ‘
ry about the editor. He is a char Alger.
T he H erald .
ter from the state to act as a door
mat for the community. He will ‘
The famine in India is an argu- ------------------------------------------------------------------- — i
get the paper out somehow; and
” - ment in favor of the use of silver
.»OHN F. STRATTON’S
stand up for the town and whoop it,
that ,g morp
up for you when you
jou run for office.
c opinjon ¡n EngIalid
and lie about your pigeontoe daugh-
anvthing Senator Wolcott can
ter’s tacky wedding, and blow about
Importer of and
your big footed son» when they get
kt hotetal« Deiler in ill kind« of
a 14 a week job, and weep over
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Bhep opposite the Brewery.
vour »h-i veiled »oul when it is re-
leased from vour grasping body, J ident Cleveland and Secretary Olny
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euhn S F louk & S aw MiLL
& WAGON SHOP.
and smile at vour giddy wife’s sec-
ond marriage. Don’t worry about
to remember that senators are just
human enough to strike back when
the editor; he’ll get on.
they are struck. ,
All work in our line done neatly and with dispatch.
Give us a call.