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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1897)
TIMES, Esrablished 1SS»
CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1806.
MASON & LONDON
Haye on Hand a New and Complete stock of
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
some places the ground is already
dry nearly a foot deep, and ploying
s likely to be dusty work. Not.
withstanding the scarcity of wheat
jit is being secured for seed, and
notwith standing the poor condi-'
tion of the horses and scarcity of
feed theyiare doing their work
Oregon Forwarding Company
It will pay you to come to Ontario
Judge Bellinger proposes not to 1
allow any more expense than is
necessary in the Indian whiskey
cases. The following tells how he £g2?"*W e have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES
j examined Commissioner Butler’s
accounts and found them all right. •
We carry a complete line of
The Oregonian says:
“When the accounts of United
I Pendleton, in connection with the
i late arrest of six persons charged '
and buy fall and winter goods
Gents Furrishing Goods,
| with selling liquor to Indians, were [
I presented to Judge Bellinger,yester
Boots i Shoes,
day, for approval, he asked that the
Hats and Caps.
acounts be passed up to him, and
he examined them carefully, and
Boots and Shoes, finally approved them. Judge Bel
linger is not inclined to have the
WRITE US FOR PRICES
Notions. &c. government put to any more ex
pense thah is strickly necessary
account of this wh skey-to In-,
Prices as low as any R. R. point, with addition of freight.
jg.tET'MAIL ORDERS given special attention.
| ed for life,’good behavior; but under
a'law lately passed, the terms of all
.such commissioners will expire
| June 30, and new commissioners
I will be appointed by the United
— district judge
fQr u r, (urn
A Weekly shipment of sturgeon States
is being made from Huntington, ' term of lour years.
and ’some good sized fish have been
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
brought in lately, Fish weighing
This office acknowledges a call
its rid time friend Mr. A. T.
between 200 and
uncommon thing here. They are Clark of Diamond. Mr. Clark’s i
P ublishers and P roprietors . taken from Snake river, near Old’s visit, to the county seat, carries I
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
w.th it no political nor partisan'
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
A man by the name of Baird significance but is one purely >f a '
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died at Antelope last week verv I business character in the interest I
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of the postal service in his end of |
i suddenly. He had a fine gold
our county, find while here we
watch and $100 in com.
learned from him the following his
Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
Pendleton is overrun with hobos, the time he was considered dan
torical tacts, not generally known
and the city jail is kept filled with ge.ously ill he was unconscious, —save by the late l’eter Stenger, ,L
and nothing could be learned of
S. Devine. Peter French. D. Hi
Give us a call and we will Convence you that we can give better
Smyth of Happy valley, and his |
Eastern Oregon hills will rejoice him.
William Kerr, aged 24, is dead, two brothers Geo. and Pressley of prices than anyone.
in a fine crop of bunchgrass this
result of a dynamite explosion Diamond valley, together with Mr I
year, owing to abundant moisture.
at Corvallis, Saturday. One cheek C. Cummins and his estimable wife.
The Huntington Herald says that
and all the upper pardon of the That Mr Clark is the oldest reri
a Cuban officer, travling incognito,
head, from the eyes upward, were dent citizen and tax payer now
and engaged in secret revolutionary
living in the present limits of
work, passed through that town last blown away.
Harney county having been mili
Governer Lord has been inspect
tary trader at old CampC F. S.uith
Sherman county has paid her ing the penitentiary. Considering (the present famous White H< r.-e
BONNEGAN & TRLSCT1, Proprietors.
state tax in full, and the sheriff its location, he expressed himself ranch) from 186(> to 18G9. the time
says that all tax monej is coming as satisfied with its condition and 'of the abannonnimt of that Post
He regrets that
Afterwards at old Camp Harney ;
there is not sufficient employment ’
Octolter 1870 till June 17th
The county road up ( anvon to keep the convicts at work *
Fino Wines. Liquors And. Cigais
1874. His stock brand C is by two
< rtek is being demoralized by the
A veteran broncho breaker gives years the oldest stock brand in
high water, Some portions of it
follownig as a sure way to cure Harney county today, Mr. Clark
are entirely washed away and im-
¿^“Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solicited.
of kicking: “Tie one of after an active life of 3G years on
his fore legs with a rope to his hind the Pacific coast «-tales and terri-
Goo-e lake, in Lake county, is leg on the other side
As soon as terries has retired to the recluse of
much higher this sj li ig than it has he starts to kick he jerks his front quiet life at Diamond Post Office
be*n for a number of years
A lei off the ground and goes down in and though advanced in years be is
number of houses and haystacks a heap. Two or three doses of that well preserved and bids fair in his
are completel v surrounded by water. kind will cure the worst case you vivacious way .for considerable time
vet, to tell us of his man .’ startling
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
The ladies of Canyon City have can find.’’
expierences with the Indians of the
organized a brass band and elected
Farmers in Linn county are far west.
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
is working night and day. s >n.e of
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Fxp«-r
prefident, and instructor. Mabel them nearly 24 hours a day. taking
tv- Burns Tu*‘* Iiv.Thursday.Saturday,for Canyon
Gray, secretary, and Mrs. D. I. As advantages of the n oonligh’ night Protert y"ir M**« fhPT r'ay bring you wealth
Writ#» JOHN WKbDF.KbVRN * CO Pat-nt Aitor
»ointa, Fare 15.
a. WanbiofUHi. D <’.. t -r their <1
priMu.ler and intarmedi't •
says the Albany Dem >crat. In net
aa«l ¡Ut uf two Lmulrwl
Oregon Forwarding Co
Tin Shop in 'Harney Co
The Burns Bar