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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1897)
H ERII.P. E»t«bli«he<l 1*86
TIME», Established ISSt
(CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
' coadition of the market leads him
■to believe that Oregon will see a
horse famine before they can be
bread ai d raised.
MASON & LONDON
Haye on Hand a New and Complete stock of
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Prices as lew as any R. R. point, with addition of freight.
^F“.MAIL ORDERS given special attention.
PION EE1 «
Oregon Forwarding Company
...g2„ ite. It will pay you to come to Ontario
Tuesday morning a pack train, a
reminder of the days of
parted from this city for the inter/
ior carrying a miscellaneous cargo
Three jolly Portland drummers,
Messrs. Canning, Warren and Dun
fWWe have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES jfg
can were in town and were anxious
to go to Burns. Snowdrifts lay
Wjj cgrry complete lin. of
deep on the mountain ranges and i
the ‘‘one hoss” Burns stage could Dry Goods,
not take them. Then Dick Ambler
the reliable freighter and packer
was appealed to. Dick told the |
Gents Furnishing Goods,
boys he could get them and their
sample cases to Burns all right,
Boots i Shoes,
Accordingly a bargan was made
[ and he loaded 'two of
with about two hundred pounds
each and mounted lhe boys and
I their long black bottles on three
oth* r good horses and the procession
moved, amid the cheers ot rubber
necks and the boom of firecrackers.
Old pioneers shed tears at the sight
of the departing pack train. It re
minded them of old times in the
camp, when stages and freight
1 wagons were unknown.—Canyon
and buy fall and winter goods
WRITE DS FOR PRICES
Oregon Forwarding Co
To Examine Snake River.
To secure the beat sugar factory
at La Grande subscriptions of land 1
aggregating 2200 acres and cash
L W. Boughman, of Lewiston,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY subscriptions of about $7000 have l Idaho, who for years has been cap
been raised. This is something in tain of various steamboats on the
sxcess of 76 per cent of the required ¡Snake river, is now in lluntington.t
P ublishers and P roprietors . : amount.
¡Captain Boughman has been en-i
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
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gaged by mine owners of Helena,1
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
Dr. J. H. Hawkins and Joe Montana, to examine the Snake'
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Lyons, of Douglas county, have im river between Huntington and the [
port* d 20 prairie chickens from Seven Devils country, a distance of I
Eastern Oregon and turned them | 65 miles, ami report as to the ex-
loose in the yicinitv of Drain an
t— j tent it can be practicably navigat-
will start from «arden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
Snowden. Thsir effort to introduce ed< Mr. Boughman i-----------------
The Crown Paper Company of this favorite game bird in'o South Huntington in a skiff, taking
Oregon Citv will improve its facili ern Oregon will be appreciated by soundings at frequent intervals,
Give us a call and we will Convence you that we can give better
IIf he findB thal a craft of even
ties and increase its output 40 per sportsmen.
moderate size can be sailed up this. prices than anyone.
Miss May Montgomery, of the ’ river between the points named, it
The S. P. Co’s road bed was Albany Herald force, was going is the intention of the copper mine
assessed in Jackson county at $10,- home at So’clock Wednesday morn owners to ship their ore by water
000 per mile. The company has ing when the fire that burned A. as far as practicable.
In regard to the proposed new
paid on a valuation of $3000 per Becker’s house broke out. She
through the Seven Devils
mile, and litigation well likely re promptly started th« fire bell ring
ing, and the Democrat says Miss country, Captain Boughman said:
DON NEG AN & TRISCH, Proprietors.
Montgomery should be made an “I have my doubts as to the build
Hav is very «carce in the Wall honorary member of the fire depait ing of that road. There has been
owa valley. It was aelling at $2 a merit, being the first woman to ring a great deal said through the news
ton but a short time a ago, but now the bell for a fire in Albany. While papers, but all that has been done
brings from $8 to $10, with a de she was soon relieved of the task up to the present time is to raise
Fine Wines. Zdquors And Cigars
maud far in excess of the supply.
she started the bell to jingling in
survey of the country through
an awakening manner.
which it is desirved that the road ___
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Shearing has begun on Charles
... rarCourteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solicited,
should run. It is my opinion that ‘
Cunningham's Birch crek ranch,
The Portland Rural Spirit says
in Umatilla <ountv. The shearing that Mr. John Schmeer, who has
of bucks has been finished, and the been in the liverv business in Al-1 would not now be on my present
first load of wool from Mr. Cunning bany for 15 yenrs past, save there mission.”
ham's place was received in Pendle are absolutely no young horses in
ton last Sunday.
Linn county, and that the old ones
will ¡not last long. Mr. Schmeer
Purns.Canyon Stage Line
The town of Fossil is considerably has leased Mrs. Bybee’s thorough
excited this week over the discovery breds. including the stallion Mun
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
of gold about one mile from town, ster, and with his other horses will
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’« Expses
on top of the hill aliove Squire take them to Crook county where MANDOLINS,
.»ave Burns Tuesday .Thursday, Saturday, for Canyon City
Donaldson's ranch, sars the Journ he will embark in the breeding
Importer* of end Wholesale Dealer* in »11 kind« of
t» »oirts, Fars 15.
business. His knowledge of the Bit. «13.113. U17 Ei_‘. V.h SU.New York
I. S. SEER &
U ARD W AR E,
Tin Shop in Marney Co.
The Burns Bar