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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1897)
CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896.
WE ARE SELLING GOODS
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
MARCH 17 1897,
On Monday his leg was am du
tated in the hope of saying his life,
which was threatened by blood
poisoning, but the shock was too
great and at mt time since the oper
ation has th< re’ been a probability
ONT A BIO,
of his recovery.«
Joseph N. Dblph was born at Vi-
Watkins, N. Y pin 1835, and came
to Oregon in 18B2.
He was appointed United States
district attorney for Oregon by
£3F*We have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICESjaf
In 1882 he was elected United
States senator and served two full
We carry a complete line of
1 tei ms.
Oregon Forwarding Company
will pay you to come to Ontario
Speak for Themselves
Our new Spring and Summer stock will be
on hand soon and we
gUSi'C-me in at once and get the advantage of
MASON & LONDON.
gMFVMAIL ORDERS given special attention.
and buy fall and winter goods
I Articles incorporating the Colnm- ,
Gents Furnishing Goods,
ihia Southern railroad have been
filed. Th« capital stock of the :
company is $100,000. The termin
Grots & Shoes,
al points named are Biggs station,
on the O. R. «fc N.. ami Prineville,
in Crook county, Oregon. The con
tract specifies that construction
A Railroad to Prineville.
c tnmence May 1, and it is expect
ed that the mail will be completed
through to Wasco, in Sherman
countv this tall, in time to handle
the wheat crop. As the route has
been surveyed, this can easily be
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■ There are 50 p«lpils in the Oregon
i school for the deaf; 23 pupils in!
j the Oregon school for the blind ;j
, 1111 patients in the Oregon state |
' insane asylum; 131 bo, s in the
Oregon state reform school; 351
HlUlbl ill FJD EVERY WEDNESDAY
convicts in the Oregon state pris-
Divided the Costs.
An Alsea jury has evolved a new |
P ublishers and P roprietors .
The farmers around Long Creek,
rule of procedure for the protection
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing ami Reaping Machinery,
G'ant county, are almost of one
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
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costs in justice courts, says the Cor accord in the opinion that the
Six M » i ’ns
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vallis Times. Ed Kiger and S. W. squirrels that have been so destruc 1
live on adjoining farms in j five to the grain < ro) s in that'
Alsea, and recently they quarreled country will de but little damage i
n ational :
a division fence, The fence this season, says the Blue M juntain Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods,
Kieliaru s, Olney
ia-rotary of state
’s, arid it lay 10 feet in Eagle The mange that was gem r
...........John G. Carlisle
< ■ -re: ir ■ <>f I nt ' tor
Tin Shop in fame Co
line. Childs wanted to al among the pests last season came
Daniel S. I.amont side his
ia-retiry of War
. Hi ary A. Herbert
-r-tarv of Navy
J. sterling Morton
ie ’rettry.if Agrii-ultnre.
Give us a call and we will Convene« you that w» can give better
Jml»« n Harmon
Childs did it any wav and hoped that it will complete the job I
Win. L Wilaon jected.
3 utmaAter General
■ prices than anyone.
a prosecution for trespass speedily this season,
G. W. Meltride.
It soon developed that
s? i ttors
J. H. Mitchell. followed.
I Binger Hermann
The board of director» of Prine
was defective, in that
i W. R. Elli»
•/ >n rressinm
C . M. Idlen nil
V* itne.v 'renerai
Win I’ l.oni it failed to specify trespass, and ville has advertised for bids for the
4 » /eraor
:■ it Kincaid
< ? ‘retarr of State
, construction of a public hall in that
Phi). Metrchnn the loss of the case bv the prosecu
r e is irer
I in». P I’t'ic Instruetiou
town. The bids must all be in by
W H Laert»
. R. S. Fean. to the county seemed
imminent March 20
* i pre Me Ja lues
' F. A. Moore
The costs were $55, and the ques- •
NIN’t-lTH JVDU I VI. DISTRICT.
tion of who was to pay them final
A few cattle are reported to have
DONNEGAN & TRISCH, Proprietors.
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> «‘riet In 14'•
C. W. Pnrrirh. ly became the chief issue in
O. I. Fnoer»> n.
. i B)
» V it-H -n- •« eitatlve
A W.Gowan case.
A $55 expense tojlhe county lately. from blackleg, a diseas, »that
of the disagree is greatly feared by the cattlemen
r it ’ nty — ¿I 'RN
c P Rnthorford.
did not impress It i - thought there will be no tut her
J. <’. Weir« me
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T A. Mr Kinnen the jurors as even handed justice, spread of the disease.
A . J MrK ir non
they rose to the occosion
w . ». watora and
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the smoke of legal battle had
Complaints cf the unlawful kill
’^•Courteous treatment guarantee«’. Your patronage solicited.
.A. B. Maria i
itig of cattle in Long Ptarie, on the
Geo. II »Key v claared away, thev returned a ver
diet prohibiting Childs from hitch Upper Deschutes, in Crook county
ft « RX F V r. « LAND orrtrr •
' ‘ »1 «‘er
Kig»-r fence, ami have resulted in warrants being
A. A. Cowing ing on to the
dividing the costs equally ietweeu sworn cut against John M< lograve I
« octettes .
•he two interested parties. The and John McMullen, charging them i
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job niav rmt be clean law, hut it is with killing a heifer. M> lograve
if »'pt g e vAry
was artecled in Prineville Jantl Mc
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undoubtedly thoroughbred equity. Mullen near Antelope, and botti are
Burns.Canyon Stage Line
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J. A. H alladay , contractor.
Ex-Sniator Dolph De&d.
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Ex Senator Dolph died at his
,ave Burns Tueaday.Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon CIW
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