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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1897)
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CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896.
Grand Clearance Sale
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
under this system for three different
localities in Oregon, Washington
and British Columbia will be push
ed to completion.
FEBRUARY 3 1897,
Oregon Forwarding Company
It is reported—this time with
evidence of good faith—that the
Oregon Central & Eastern will be
extended in the spring. If so, it
For Sixty Days, Until After April 1st, 1897.
will be built to the Deschutes river
the year is out. It ie a well-
No such Bargains ever offered before in HARNEY COUNTY!
fact that Mr. Hammond’s
Call and be Convinced ggT* Prices Talk and CASH
road will never pay until the line
Buys at prices never before equaled!
fW*\Ve have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES
runs somewhere that somebody
wants to go. Its financial condition
We carry a complete line of
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN FOLLOWING; cannot be materially improved
until the eastern terminus is built
to a more prosperous section of the
Outing Flannel? 15 yards for
Quilts from $ 1 AMT upwards
country. At present the terminus
Fifteen per cent discount on Ladies
lis at some unkown place in the
eastern part of Linn county. To
Ladies Underwear and Corsets
make it a paying property Messrs.
JS . JL-
Bonner it Hammond will have to
expend a fortune to get the road
through the Cascade mountains.
Gents Furnishing good
Hats and Caps.
The body of old man Willy, who
WRITE US FOR PRICES
was buried near Vale seven year*
ago, was taken up and moved to
ti e Vale cemetery Monday. The
coffin was in a fair state of preser
vation and was quiteeasilv handled,
1 but the most peculiar phase of the
MASON & LONDON’S
lit will pay you to come to Ontario
and buy fall and winter goods
Gents Furrishing Goods,
Boots & Shoes,
We must make room for our Spring
and Summer Stock.
Oregon Forwarding Co
‘affair was that the body was turn
■ ed over in the collin and was lying |
upon the left side, resting upon the
I left arm which was doubled under-
| neath it. This could not have been ,
occasioned bv the moving, which I Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
The following, from theOregonian
t*VBL.ISHB:D EVERY WEDNESDAY
was done so carefully that the
will no doubt be of interest io the
shroud, which had become a mere
people of this county:
powder that could be blown away,
“Articles of incorporation have
P ublishers and P roprietors .
was not disturbed by the handling.
bten filed for the organization of
The beard on his cheeks had grown
th* Oregon Equipment Company, toabo« three ¡„«he. ... l.„gtb,; risW11S Tac^-s Aid Sporting Goods,
One Year ..............
with a capital stock of $100,000
though when he was buried it was
Recei.tlj a meeting of the stock
J-Í*“ Tinware and Firearm* promptly Repaired.
not more than a quarter of an inch |
Chamber of Commerce building, lonR-
fW*M lIL ORDERS given special attention.
I. S. GEER & CO
Hardware and Tinware.
.. ........... Grover Cleveland
3e-relary uf State
Kieliar : S, Olt.ej
3a-re;aryof rreaanry ........... John i, Carlisle
3>-retary of Interior
3 Jrretary of War
Daniel S. I.arnont
31-retary of Navy
. Hilary A. Herbert
3e retary of Aicricultnre.
J. Sterling Mortoi
A torney General
P latmaster General
Wm. L Wilaoi
for the election of directors and the,
adoption of bylaws. The following
Fred Senn was over from Ritter
directors were elected for the en Sunday, calling at this office. Mr.
suing year: David M. Dunne, Geo. Senn has discovered an old river
W. Bates, T. J. Geisler, Sidney channel along the course of the
Smyth, E. W. Paget, Louis IL Middle Fork, and informs the Eagle
J. H.Mitchell. Campbell, and C. N. Scott, and that it prospects rich in gold.
i Binger Hermann
channel is from 300 to 400 feel
I W. R. Fili*
I» <n xressinen ................
<’. M. Idleman
Attorney General ....
iT>rd -1 . cbesen; Sidney Smyth, president; above the present channel of the
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fi R Kincaid I
Ae-retary of State
* > L. C. Campbell, vice president and river, and for a distance of about
STEPHENS & RICHARDSON, Proprietor
GM Irwin i
Í H>t. Public.Instruction
W II l.oeda I general manager; T. J. Geisler, at two miles the present channel has
> R S. Bean. torney; Charles N. Scott, secretary, crossed the ancient channel several I
.[ C. Wolverton
«nprewie .Indire* ...........
> F. A. Moore
times Mr. Senn intends to expend
and George \V Bates, treasurer
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
‘•The objects of the new company 1 the remainder of the winter in pros-
c. W. Pnrrleh.
O. !.. Patterei n. are the manufacturing and opera- pecting his find, and will put a hy-
A W. Gowan
i tion of the (ampbell system of draulic on the ground in the spring,
Tine Wines Liquors And Cigars
transportation of freight over dif | Water can
eftfily KOtle|j Qn the
cor sty —HARNFTI
c. P. Rntherford
Jonnty > itine .
H. Kelley ferent route*, principally to act a* ground from the streams putting
J C. Welcome
TA. McKinnon feeders for steamer and railway into the Middle Fork.—Eagle.
A. J. McKinnon
[^“Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage sohe
w. S. Watc* ■ lines now in operation, connecting
’ch ><>1 - mor oten lient
Geo TreB»*kf* 1 remote a ctions with the trunk
4t,-»k ' Mtwtnr
A .B. Mark*
A »peed of six miles an
Geo. H»«ey lines.
expected to be attained resolution will probably be intro-
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of six loaded cars, d”ced in the legislature, asking
A. A. Cowing
having a capacity of 15 tons each that congress or the president to -
and drawn by a 30 ton locomotive set aside Crater lake and its near
SYLVA REBEKAH DesreeXo tS.
built on the plans proposed by the surroundings as a national parktl
Meet»«very IX »nd SB Wed*e»d»r
Campbell system. Sharp curve* giving it similar standidg with the
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Eurns.Canyon Stage Line
M *» Leona Z elater. Rec Sec’y
ano beavv grades are noimpedient Yellowstone park and the Yosemite
A. O. Ü. W.Hnrnt Lodre. No 47
1» this systun of transportation, and letters to prominent Mazamas
J. A. H ama day , contractor.
Mo'tioverv 2d and 4th
which will be operated over road are being sent out asking them to
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Fijevs
j w Saver. Rec’d
lend their services in enlisting tire
ways al>uut 16 feet wide, requiring
co operation of the members of the
HARNEY LODGI. NO. 77. I. O O F.
,-ave Burns Tm-adav.Thursdny,Saturday,for Canyon City
neither tie* nor rail*. Plans for
t • • «t >11 Fellow* Hul’.ererv a»’nrd»y
and intermedi-.t» mala Far« $5.
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the construction of such equipment
J. P. Zeiffrr. Secy
xhe Bums Bar