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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1897)
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I CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1890
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
MASON & LONDON
President.Mrs. Nettie Mvers; senior
vice president, Mrs. I L. Leitner:
[junior vice-president, Mrs. V. A.
Hamilton; secretary, Mrs. Minne;
¡Card; treasurer, Miss Cora Myers;
( chaplain, Mrs. E. M. Duffy; con-'
ductor,Miss Jessie Duffy; assistant
conductor Mrs Julia Cavana; guar I J|-
Miss Della Giannini; assistant
guard. Mrs. J. F. Goodman.
Oregon Forwarding Company
Haye on Hand a New and Complete stock of
The question of opening the Cas- i
cade timber reserve for the herding
of stock is creating a stir among M i
' prominent stockmen. The various
stock associations in Wasco,Gilliam ,
I Crook and Sherman counties pro- Dry
pose to raise a fund of $500 to pay
I tlie expense of a delegate to Wash
ington to properly present the mat |
ter to congress. The question is a
vital one to sheepmen, as the clos
. ing of the reserve to them means
such a scarcity of range that sue
cessful sheepraising in Eastern
Oregon will be impracticable on a
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Notions, &Q. Z The taking of testimony
WiJ| pay yQU
t0 CCIlie tO
and buy fall and winter goods
We carry a complete line of
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Boots & Shoes,
WRITE US FOR PRICES
termine the character of land de (
Prices as low as any R. R. point, with addition of freight.
scribed on the plats as Ttile lake is
now in progress in La Grande
fWMAIL ORDERS given special attention.
Surveyor-General Habersham ap-
1 pointed County Clerk Oliver a com-
' missioner to take testimony. The
■ | government survey was made in |
1863, and at that time a tract, em
about 1700 acres, was e.tv-
democrat, have b-'en in session
|ered with water. Subsequently,
l Roseburg the last week.
this land was selected by the state
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
The surveyors who will complete as swamp land, and as such was
the location of surveys on the new sold to private parties. The com
railroad from Biggs to Wasco have missioner of the general land office]
P ublishers and P roprietors . begun work. The road will be holds that this tract,being described I
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
built and equiped in time to move as a lake, was not subject to selec *
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
tion as swamp land. There are'
the wheat crop this fall.
One Year .................................................... »2.00
about 20 witnesses to be examined. ;
Six Month! .........
The report that the O. R A- N
NEXT STATE l’A IK. ,
Co. was contemplating an extension
of its lines to the Kootenai country . President Looney, of the Oregon Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
has been officially det icd at the state board of agriculture from
Gilliam county has three flour
offices in Portland. No such enter Jofferson, was in Salem last week
mills running in full blast.one each j
pris is at present under consider to confer with the governor relative
Give us a call and we will Convenco you that wt can give better
at Olex, Mayville and Fossil.
to the condition of the funds for the prices than anyone,
next state fair, and incidentally
Over on the A’aquina bay early
pear trees are out in blossom. No
The Indian dodes over 1 matillla meet with Secretary Gabrielsen
other fruit is yet out far enough to county are very particular about and the local members of the board.
their blankets. They t ven go to On being interrogated concerning
the extreme of ordering a pattern the prospects for a fall exhibition,
The latest output of the Bonanza of their own design with the under he said in part: “The law creating
mine was received at Baker City standing that but one blanket shall the board makes provision for an
last week. It amounted to $10,000 be manufactured, paving a special annual appropriation of $5000 to
DONNEGAN & TRLSCII, Proprietors.
in bullion, the result of seventeen price for the same. The white dude be used in the payment of premi
is very willing to order, but his ums awarded by the state board of
ability to pay is often questionable Agriculture; we expect to proceed
The City recorder of Pendleton Therein the Indian brother is the immediately in the matter of nego
Fine Winos. Liquors And Cigars
has collected from the patrons of batter of the twain.
tiating for the advancement of the
the city water-works nearly $1000
necessary money, and a meeting of
Eastern Oregon has got over her the board will be held about the
this month He has also issued 60
|3P“Courteou.s treatment guaranteed. A our patronage solicited.
asylum ‘sweat ’ and has turned last of the month to prepare the
her attention to things which su premium lisi and arrange such
preme courts cannot shatter. La other preliminare business a* is
The sheriff of Crook county pre
necessary in holding such a fair
Grande is building her sugar fac We will make the next fair the I
vented a jailbreak last week by
tory and Union her wollen mill, finest and largest one ever seen in i
discovering in time a hole in the
and through sympathy for 8aletn, this state.”
jail wall that one of the prisoners
both are glad that the asylum is to
had dug out with a case-knife.
E? urns-Canyon Stage Line
remain where it is most needed.
Oregon Forwarding Co
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Tin Shop in Harney Co.
The Burns Bar
The new board of trustees of the
A branch of the Woman’s Relief
soldiers home consisting of S. B.
Armsby, B. F. Alley, and Sol Corps has been organized in Hunt
Abraham republicans, and T. P. ington. with 14 charter members,
Robertson, populist, T. R. Sheridan and the following named officers:
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J. A. H alladay , contractor.
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Fxpees
-ave Burns Tuesday .Thursday .Saturday,for Canyon
and intarmedi- ta >oints, Fart 15.