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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1897)
A, C. WORTHINGTON
Considering the matter strictly
in the light of fitness ne better ap
pointment has beer, made by th-
present administration than tha:
of er-Curgressman Benjamin But
terworth tc be CcmmisMoner «f
Patents, althcueh some repub
licans might object because Ben’c
endorsement of tlie St. Louis plat
form was far from erithu-dfti tic, if
we remember aright ■ anche made
a speech against the McKinley bill
in the House, but afterwards voted
DREGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS. STATIONERY. MOTION’S,
TOYS, TOII ET ARTICLES, CIGARS, TOBAC< OS,
NITS, CANDIES <t CONFECTIONARY, BLANK
BOOKS <t SCHOOL SI’PPLIES.
Choapost Flac- tc buy Cb:fc in "Sas* 'n
BLACKSMITH A WAGON SHOP.
Shop oppowite the Brewery
All work in our line done neatly and with dispatch.
Give us a call.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
THE FRENCH HOTEL
Mrs. Louis Reciñe, Proprietress.
The Loading* Hotel of Burns, Oregon,
Fourteen saloons have closed ir.
Portland this month, says the Ore
gonian, and others have a hard
time to pay their license. Thus is
J the single gold standard doing a
great temperance work—by making
■ money so scarce that a majority of
i the people cannot afford to pay figr
One million men have gone to
work since McKinley was elected
— working fur federal offices.
It looks as though it were the
I friends, and ’not the oponents of
"¡HT of the arbitration tr .;ty. who are
afraid of a vote in the Senate.
Cecil Rhodes and Boürke Cock-
ran have lieen rubbing elbows in
i Rome but the Italian government
The secretary of state has appro-
priati I among the counties the live
per cent received from sales of gov-
ermei.t lands within the state dur
ing the past year. The total
* amount distributed was *138?. 10.
Last year it was mt re than $5000.
THE 0. C. CO
Work Guaranteed to be first clas s.
The semi annual statement of the
financial condition of Baker county
shows that the net county indebted
ness has been reduced $15,954 32
! in just six months.
Canyon creek reached the high
water mark of last May during the
week, and the new levee was taxed
to its utmost capacity. The countv
road suffered considerably, and two
of the ridges above town went
down with the Hood. By great ex
ertion the citizens prevented any
very serious damage in town, al
though Sheriff Livingston and Mrs.
Adamson each abandoned their re
sid. roes for higher ground during
the bight of the flood.—News.
W’c mix our own Paint«, and
Our Work Steaks fo it e f.
Parties Desiring Cabinet W ork
that excels anv dont* in this
Heppner Gazette: A W. Patter
son. who has been connect-11 with
the Gazette for the past six yea s,
departed for Indianapols, Ind., on
, last et-ning’s train. ’ o vis t his
parents whom h 1 lias not seen since
coming to the West, ai d other re
latives and friends. This f 1 h*
will enter a law school where he
will 'r -matn 11 he completes tlie
Alvalt will continue to
take an tetive interest in new«-
paper work, however, and may re
turn to Oregon at sotm ¡future date,
though he is undecided a present
as to location.
First door north o
RED FRONT LIVERV
On the Corner South of the French Hotel, Main Street
McCLAIN A WILLIAMS
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Corniti, ■» aud Town«
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