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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1897)
\;,ïÆîrr‘i CONSOLIDATE!) JULY 22, 1896,
WE ARE SELLING GOODS
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON,
On Monday his leg was annul-
tated in the hope of saying his life,
which was threatened bv blood
poisoning, but the shock was too
great and at no time since the oper
ation has th; rw, been a probability
of his recovery,.
Joseph N. Dblph was born at
Watkins, N. Y ; in 1835, and came
to Oregon in 1862.
He was appointed United States
district attorney for Oregon by
In 1882 he was elected United *
' States senator anti served two full
! tei ms.
MARCH 17 1897
Oregon Forwarding Company
It will pay yon to come to Ontario
Our new Spring and Summer stock will be
on hand soon and we
giSFCon e in at once and get the advantage of
and buy fall and winter goods
We have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES
We carry a complete line of
I Articles incorporating the Coltim- ,
Gents Furbishing Goods,
ibia Southern railroad have been
'filed. Tin capital stock of the!
company is $100,000. The termin
Boots & Shoes,
al points named are Biggs station,
on the O. R & N.. and Prineville,
in Crook county, Oregon. The con-
¡tract specifies that construction
A Kailroad to Prineville.
c nimence Mav 1, and it is expect
ed that the road will Gw completed
through to Wasco, in Sherman!
[county this fall, in time to handle1
! the wheat crop. As the route has
been surveyed, this can easily be
Onr deo¿ra:n.oo Sale
MASON & LONDON
£ÖF“MAIL ORDERS given special attention.
WRITE US FOR PRICES
Oregon Forwarding Co
to era ul.
Bi\H4»lJHD EVERY WEDNESDAY
Divided the Costs.
■ There are 50 pupils in the Oregon
.school for the deaf; 23 pupils in
the Oregon school for the blind;
, 1111 patients in the Oregon state
insane asylum; 131 boys in the
¡Oregon slate reform school; 354
I convicts in the Oregon state pris-
An Alsea jury has evolved a new
rule of procedure for the protection |
of taxpayers from unnecessary '
SI BSCKll’TION KATES:
costs in justice courts, says the Cor-:
Sis M > uhs
Tarte Mouths ...
Times. Ed Kiger and S. W. 1
Childs live on adjoining farms in t
Alsea, and recently they quarreled
s atiobal :
......................... ........ Grover 01evelar.il ,
a division fence, The fence
Kieliar.i S, Olney
3«»re’ary of Siate
Secre.ary of Treasury .. .. .. John G. Carlisle I was Kiger’s, and it lay 10 feet in
4 * »re: ir »' of i ut’-riur
Childs wanted to i
Daniel S. Lamont side bis line.
•Jé *rei try of War
■Je t »tary of Navy
J. -terllnF Morton join his fence onto it. but Kiger oh-
<e?retary of Xgricu’tnre.
.1 n<1»i n Harmon
io < 'I p neral
Childs did it anywav and
Win. L Wilaon jected.
3 ut'.niRter Generai
R I ATE -ORE».ON :
a prosecution for trespass speedily
G. W. MePrtite.
It soon developed that
.1. It.Mitchell. followed.
\ Binder . II.
", rniat it .1
was defective, in that
i W . K. Elli»
M. Idll-n IO.
Ut. irney General
win r i.oid it failed to specify trespass, and
▼ > 'zeruor
:■ 1: KlncHfii
a »»retar? of State
Phil. Metrehan the loss of the case by the prosecu
f -eaR irer
Â itu. P 1’i'ic instruction
W H bacii» tion and the taxing up of the costs
j R. S. Bean. to thx county seemed
« iprexvo lu lire»
’ F. A. Moore
Ti e costs were $55. and the ques
NINETH JI’DICI Al. DISTRICT.
tion of who was to pay them final
M.D. C liffofk
) « rlct tuli''
ly became the chief issue in the
O. !.. Putter», n
» »I it- a 'n-»» ' .oi’ivi»
A W.Gowan case.
A $55 expense tojihe county
of the disagree
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•nnty j i i re
It Kelley ment of two citizens did not impress
r • ir ir«r
T 4. Mi-K intuii the jurors as even handed justice,
a . ~ Water* and they rose to the occosion
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w < ■.
* h • »I A>i r) »r , nt«» T’iîont
1-n.Vi» When the smoke of legal battle had
î f » -»it ’ y«-><»-»•.>r
A . B. Mark» claared away, they returned a ver
* » n aisaivit’.iif a
• p i
diet prohibiting Childs from hitch
It I RN F. V r. s. T.AKD officf •
A. A. Cowing ing on to the Kiger fence, and
dividing the costs equallv i etween
MOc f ETTER.
'he two interested parties. The
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job may not be clean law. but it is
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undoubtedly thoroughbred equity.
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Ex-Smutor Dolph Pend.
Ex Senator Dolph died at his
home in Portland laut Wednesday
at 11:30 o'clock, a m.
The farmers around Long Creek,
All kinds of Machine extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
in G-ant county, are almost of one
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
accord in the opinion that the!
squirrels that have been so destruc '
live to the grain i roj s in that ;
country will do but little damage i
this season, says the Blue M runtuin Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
Eagie The mange that was gener
. i last season came
al « among the
Tin Shop in Harne Co
near exterminating them, and it is
Give us a call ami we will Convence you that wa can give better
hoped that it will complete the jot)
• prices than anyone.
The board of directors of Prine
ville has advertised for bids for the
Construction of a public hall in that
town. The bids must all be in by
A few cattle are report«c to have
died in Chewaucan, in Lakejcounty
lately, from blackleg, a diseasvhhat
is greatly feared by the cattlemen
It i- thought there will be no futher
spread of the disease.
The Burns Bar
Fino Wines, Liquors Arid Cigars
Complaints <. f the unlawful kill
; y Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solicited.
ing of cattle in Long Piarie, on the
Upper Deschutes, in Cro< k county
have resulted in warrants being
sworn out against John M< lograve,
and aobn McMullen, charting them
with killing a heifer. M> lograve
was ariected in Prineville Jttnd Mc
Burns.Canyon Stage Line
Mullen near Antelope, and both are
now in jail awaiting a preliminary
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expss
Carrying II. S
Protect your Idea« they may bring y«»u wraith |
Write JOHN W HDD EK BURN ft CO . Fatrot Attor
neva. W*«Ltn<u»n, 1» C f * their ftl
aa«l list ut two buAorod iuvaoDoua wauled.
,»*ve Burns Tuesday .Thursday .Saturday,for Canyon CDy
and intermedi'.ti »oints, Far« $5.