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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1897)
HFRAI.D. Fetahlished 1S86 »
TIMES. Established 1SSS
BURNS, HARNEY COI M'Y, ORE«
1 that calls for the Masons in the
district to attend a meeting for the
purpose of making arrangements to
apply for a charter.
Oregon Forwarding Company
According to the Athena Press, |
the other day the telephone operator.
at Milton received a message from i
Walla Walla stating that a gentle
men at that place desired to talk
with a Milton man by telephone
The Milton man was told that Mr
Blank at Walla Walla desired to ggrWe have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES^f
talk with him. The Milton man
We carry a complete line of
didn’t do a thing but strike out for
Walla Walla on foot, in order to do Dry Goods
as requested. It never entered in-
1 to his calculations that he could
talk in any other way than to pre-1
Gents Furrishing Goods,
1 sent himself in person. He walked
I the entire distance and met his
j man face to face. That fellow is a
Boots & Shoes.
It will pay you to come to Ontario
We Never Fail To Do So
Speak for Themselves
Special Discount on all Winter Goods.
Ou.r Clearance Sale
Will last but a short time longer—Come in now.
as LOW as the LOWEST.
MASON & LONDON
^flF“MAIL ORDERS given special attention.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
We are sure to
Please you. (ff'We have the Goods, and our Prices are
and buy fall and winter goods
Oregon’s Fir t Paper.
The Prineville Review says that
Jeff O’Kelly, while out hunting on
Mill creek, in Crook county, track
ed a bear into a imall cave. Jeff
went up to the opening and saw
bruin, when he Jfiired and killed
the animal. The opening was
.small, so be had to ciawl in. lie
then went in and was dragging the
'animal out when another one ran
| out and in a few minutes returned. |
Jeff had not let go of his gun in
■' the meantime, so he floored the
' second one, and going in after that
he discovered a third one and a
well directed shot laid that out
Oregon Forwarding Co.
I. S. GEER à CO »
There is in the private office of
T. Clark, the librarian of
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
A resident of South Slough, in j
the San Francisco free public libra Coos county, Ore., was caught in ,
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
ry, and which may be seen upon his own bear trap the other day. |
request, a rare publication,"says the
He had set the trap a day or two.
San Francisco Call. It is a copy before, and so well did he cover it;
of the first newspaper published on
with leaves and moss that he was
................... Grover Cleveland
Adlai Stevenson the Pacific coast, and with it are
Unable to locate it when he went to Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
Secretary of State
Ricbar.l S, Olney
Secretary of Treasury
John G ' “rlt*1® other issues of the same paper.
] look for it While hunting for the
Seecetarv of 1 uterior
It is the Oregon Sepectator, the
Secretary of War
Daniel 8. binmm
! trap he put his foot in it and was
Secretary of Navy
Hllftr> A. Herbert
Secretary of Asricultnre
J. sterling Morton first number of which appeared in
Give us a call and we will Convence you that ws can give batter
held fast, remaining there fora day j
Jn, 11 *.U,'",U
Wm.L Wilson Oregon City, Or. Ter.. Thursday,
and a half, until rescued by a. prices than anyone,
Feburary 5, 1846. It was issued i
neighbor who happened to be look
G. W. McBride.
J H.Mitchell. bv the Oregon Printing Company
ing for cattle in that vicinity and
J. Fleming manager, and edited by
< W. R. Ellis
herd his cries for help.
The papers in the
Wm P Lord W. G. T’Vault.
G R Kincaid
A tcretary of State
Phil. Meteehan collection run from the date of the
G M Irwin
J ivt Public tn»truction
Baker Citv Epigram: Mitcnell
W H 1.ae.ls first issue to and including the 20th
K S. Bean.
his ‘push’’ are taking steps to
C. Wolverton ¡of January, 1848.
Anpreme Judge» ................
F. A. Moore
an opposition paper to the
contain much of interest about the
NINETIt JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
DONNEGAN & TRISCI I, Proprietors.
. . M.D CLtgroRu earlv history of Oregon, and they Oregonian in Portland.
C. . W.
vv . « Parrish.
«•• » »••••
O. L. Patterson.
Rev R E Parrish
^’e *n l^e combine, and he is
Th- Oregon Spectator was issued «opposed to he slated for the poai-
C. P Rutherford
0 »nnty .> 11 xe
Fine Wines. Diquors And Cigars
onths before the first Cal- l'»" of che'f *'diu»r if the enterprise
J C. w plrome several[m
T *. McKinnon
ifornia publication, which was the is carried out.
P roprietors .
Tin Shop in Harney Co.
The Burns Bar
A J McKi”non
W. S. Wiiter»
W C. P' rd
A . B. Mnrk»
California, which first appeared al
Mont« rey on the loth of August,
Union, in addition toother enter- J ^“Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solicited.
1846 On the first page of the prjgeB j8 (O have a box factory. J I
H Mt’Et C. R. LAMP OFFICE :
Thompson, proprietor of the
Thom»» Jone» Spectator is published the organic jj
A A. Cowing
laws of the territory and a remedy Union plaining mill, has decided,
for the blues. On the editorial! in view of the development of the
page the editor, ’n doubleleaded fruit interests and consequent de
SYLVA RFBFKAH Defree No.
type, declares hie principles, and mand for boxes, t» put in a factory (
vL’jen, !. .. ..................N.J»
Purns-Canyon Stage Line
has a sub-editonal in which there at hi« mill at Nortq Union.
Leona 7.-l«1er. Rec Sec
is a call for a city corporation and
A. O.T. W.Bnrn» Ladre. No
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
the aovice to the mayor and trus
Lambing has begun on many ot
J W Sayer, Ree'd tees to “dig up^the stumps, grade the ranches in Eastern Oregon,and
Carrying U. 8. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expaw
the streets, tax dogs, prohibit hogs sheepraisers will begin shearing the
,»ave Burns Tuesday.Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon City
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and advertise in the spectator.’"
< ..«.at odd Fall«»»
and intarmedi'.t • »oiats, f ara 15.
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Among th' advertisements is one
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