The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, February 17, 1897, Image 1

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CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON,
3 must make room for our Spring
and Summer Stock.
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ARGAINS!
BARGAINS’!
Until After April 1st, 1897.
Our Clc»r»nee Sale
H as Met with the Appreciation and Approval of our Customers.
WHY NOT BUY GOODS WHERE
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such Bargains ever offered before in HARNEY COUNTY!
Call and be Convinced ■’^’“Prices Talk and CASH
Buys at prices never before equaled!
motherless, as he thought. Roy
wasjust of voting age at the fall
election, though he looks younger.
He is boarding with Mrs. Warner,
and sometimes assist« John Warner
with his steam woodsaw, and for j
some time was a student in the ag
rieultural college.
Roy’s father and mother separat­
ed when he was a small child, Roy :
staying with his mother. Since {
that time he heard nothing of hi«
father and supposed him dead.
Meanwhile his mother died, leaving
him some property, and he has
since been ’‘looking out’’ for him­
self.
A short lime ago he concluded to
scrape up an acquaintance with
his grandfather, so he wrote him a|
letter. His grandfather, thoueh,
died several years ago, and the let­
ter was opened by his uncle, who
wrote to Roy, informing him that
his father was in Montana and doing
well
Roy wrote to the address
given, and was gladdened by a re­
ply from his father, who asked Roy
to make his home with him.
Oregon Forwarding Company
OKEGON.
ONT Ul 10,
It will pay you to cerne to Ontario
and buy fall and winter goods
We carry a complete line of
Dry Goods,
Notions,
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Clothing,
Boots & Shoes.
Groceries.
Hardware, Etc.
WRITE US FOR PRICES
Oregon Forwarding Co
Some of the cattle buyers in
Wallowa entertain the opinion that
| there will be plenty of fat cattle
ready for market soon, basing their
. prediction, no doulft, osi the fact
MAIL ORDERS given special attention.
| that so many feeders were sent out |
i last fall, says the Wallowa Chief­
tain. The late action of feeders
1 renders this very doubtful. As fast
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
as the *.attle get ready for market
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
Good Iîoads M ovement. feeders send them in. In fact,
BY
i many are being marketed before
The good roads movement under- (they are in
nd condition, which
P ublishers and P roprietors . i taken by the Baker City Commer-
j shows that either owners are pressed
I cial Club about two years ago and ’ for money or that they are satilied Fishing Taels] ¿s And Sporting Goods.
through which upwards of $4000 or I with preBent returns. Strictly fat.
Une i ear
¡-i/" 1'inware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
?ix Mons hi
more has been expended in con- I cattle are notably scarce in all
three Mon’hi
I structing and improving highways quarters, and the supply is not'
Oregon.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
leading out from Baker City has | likely to get much larger within Burns,
national :
. Grover Cleveland | met with most satisfactory results, the next few months.
Preafdent
....................
Aillai Stevenson
(Tire-President.
Rieharo 8. Olney says the Democrat, and the farther
8 «eretary of state
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John G Carlisle I I
»yrre'.ary of Treasury
Hoke Smith ' adorts af the club in this direction
Astoria Herald: If there was I
Sfcccetary of interior
Daniel S. Lamont
8 'Cretary of W it
Hilarj A. Herbert ! promises still greater benefits to ever a city that presents a good I
Sveretarv of Navy
J. Sterling Morton |
»■•cretary of Agriculture.
JudM n Harmon Baker City, as the distributing field for missionary work it is As-1
A turtle, General
Wm. L Wilaon
° ist natter General
point of all the vast area of country j toria. Whib we have hundreds of
STATE—OREGON :
G. W. McBride. included within the limits of Grant. good citizens, we have some of the
Sen .ori
J. ¡1.Mitchell.
I Binger Hermann Malhuerand Harney counties, and most greedy, selfish, dedecorus men
t W R. Ellis
C . M. Idleman opening up a better means of com- j on the face of the earth.
They are
A Hurney General
Wm P Lord
l iveriior
I, R Kincaid munication with the many and im
seemingly jealous of every opposi­
< • 'rotary «»f State
STEPHENS & RICHARDSON, Proprietor
Phil. Metscban
R
IN iB’ir**r
GM Irwin portant districts tributary to tht tion;
will do anything to down a
“tnt. Ftih’ic Instruction
W H Leede
R
liste Printer
will work to injure another
j R 8. Benn. hub of all the mining sections of man;
J < . Wol verton
4'iprewie Jn Igei*
Eastern Oregon.
man or his family; in short, they
S F. A. Moore
NINETII JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
The latest important undertaking want to own and control anything
M. I). CtirroM»
Ots-rict luJge
They have no
w. Parrish. on the part of the c’ub,and through and everything.
Vs’rict Attorney
O.
I. Patters« n
I >!nt-Renre»e-itarlve
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A W.Gowan whose instrumentality success will conscience, no honor, but are cold­
Fi’-e Wxixes, Liquors And Cigai s
,.(R)
f sint-Senator
be
achieved,
ie
the
completion
of
blooded
and
heartless.
c.iCNTY —m«m ■
C. P. Rntherford
the wagon road from Baker City into
Tonnty 4 i l<e
H. Kelley
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7’erk
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Welcome
Harney county, around the Dooley
A recent estimate places the
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travel to the southern country, and 000,000
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or
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pounds of
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paper,
and
it
would
require
the
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firms subscribing various sums for years to print the issues of a singlei
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the enterpris • to the amount of year. It is an interesting fact that
Mee’.eve-'
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a large proportion of these pajs-rs
$485.
Burns.Canyon Stage
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are in this country.
MASON & LONDON’S
I. S. GEER Í CO
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Hardware and Tinware
BYRD 7R0S.
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A. O. r. W Rnrr* Lodge. No 47
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J. A. H albaday , contractor.
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Found His Father.
Who ran think
The Corvallis Gazette savs that
Roy Taylor came to Corvallis about Protect
Protect vut
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they
may *— brio« woe wealth |
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Write JOHN WEDD-.
WEDDEKBURM
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Pat mt Aitor
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ae offer ftHil
two
fatherless and nevi WajsLln<V', 1» • ft
Carrying U. S. Mui« and Eastern Oregon
Wanted-An Idea
had Hat of two
Express
Co’s Fxjres
»ave Burns Tuesday.Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon C8ly
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