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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1897)
L C. WORTHINCTON
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JI I I A s 11 > Kl>
DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS. STATIONERY, MOTIONS,
TOYS. TOILET ARTICLES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS,
NUTS, CANDIES A CONFECTIONARY, BLANK
BOOKS A SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
Mr. Dinghy doesn't thick a«1
much of that tariff bill since a
thousand or mo amendments were
added bv ref ublicau Senators, but
he doesn't dare do much talking on
the .-ulj * t
Choapes* Flac= to buy Coeds in Eastern
Call and he Convinced.
£MF“Mail orders accompanied by ca«1
promptly filled Orders taken for all books not in stock, and delivered
at publishers prices.
King G «urge, of Greece, i ow
know s that he should have stood
pat on Ins bluff and let lighting
THE O. C. CO
Well, who is breaking the banks
now? lhe democrats are not in1
control of any branch of the
government, but banks are still
O regon .
BLACKSMITH 4 WAGON SHOP.
Once more the money kings of
Europe are calling for American
gold, and getting it, too. Whether
they will continue the call until
they force McKinley to issue bonds
is discretionary with thorn, as long
as our present financial system is
In GROCERIES, never «lid sell so CHE \P as this Spring.)
we KNOW NO competition, our stock never was so LARGE
as at this time, gel our prices. Our
Shop opposite the Brewery
All work in our line done neatly and with dispatch.
Give us a call.
........ ........................ .... THE FRENCH HOTEL
Is an attraction, that wo never had before, we have added a
large line of shelf goods, a full line of Rakes, Shovels, Hoes
and Mitchel Wagons, wagon extras. Osborne and Champion |
Mowers, Steel Horse Rakes, a full line of Plows, and last but ■
not least, a TIN SHOP with a practical TIN.SER in charge,
special good« made while you wait.
Notice of tariff retaliation has
has already come from Canada,1
ticrmany and Japan, and there
will be others "What is sauce
for the goos»- is sau- '- for the gan
Mrs. Louis Racine, Proprietress.
The Leading Hotel of Burns, Oregon,
By the way, what has become of.
tliwse campaign orators who assert- 11 E X
cd so positively that no more gold i
would be exported if McKinley was
Is headquarters for all stages. Has large and well furnished
Rooms, an elegant parlor, and handsome dining-room.
No Chinese labor, white cook, and tables furnish
ed with the best the market affords
accommodations for families and tran
t.Tt J11 1
We* never were so heavy stocked, with a full line, of all kinds,
and at prices that will please the closest buyes. In
RATES $2.00 DAY.
WETHE FRENCH HOTEL A TRIAL.
The fact that Addickti has started
A I C factory
A _ not . ** far _ /• from It..
pout's powder mill may raise
sui ime rutes in Delaware.
We are headquarters, we are selling all wool Mens suits from J
The man who eats and thrives on
■crap iron is one of the few who
isn’t worrying about the failure of
property to materiali/«
Senator “B'llv” Mason's assault
upon the Senate rules stvms to have
been almost as barien of results us
his daily charges upon the M« Kin
ley pie csunter have been.
If we can believe all we H ad
Gen. Horace Purler. by the grace
ot McKinley n w Ambassador, was
a much greater factor m helping
Gen Grant tight Ins Virginia am
paign than the world had supposed
him to !>• True, th.1 n< w evidence
is furnisheel by teen Porter him-
•elf, Slid Is not MCquivsit'd III ley
•ome of the ve-terans, but many ot
the latter are dead
*6 00 lip, and w ith styles that will please you, our
HATS & CAPS
Work Guaranteed to be first class
Stock is out of sight, in Mens. Roys and Childrens, we have I
an immense stock at prices from 0 > cents upwards, look
over our line,
We mix our own Paints, and
Our Work Speaks for it e f.
BOOTS & SHOES
Parties Desiring Cabinet W ork
that excels any done in this place
call and examine my
Send your orders to the old reli--'11
THOS. LAHEY, Rurn«, 0
. able “One Price 5 tore,” cheapest
Well, we are where we have always been, right
FRONT RANK, it is o r hobby.
It is now tn order for the
•nthorpists to express their «'pin
ion of the ‘rac« oppression " in
volved in hct.ing of six negro« s hi
Texas by negroe«
John E l.athorp city -ditor of
the East l >reg<>ni.in. and l'o*tiii.i»ier
Johnson, of Pendleton, cauie to
blows recently in the Hotel 1‘endle
ton, l.athorp getting «onis th* worst
Phr trouble aru*> ever a
news paper article —Engle
Wanted An Idea ". '. ;
W*aar4 »ur titea»
I hay may VMM. y «a «»«ill
fW* First door north of Brick Store.
BED FRONT LIVERY
On the Corner South of the French Hotel, Main Street.
McCLAlN A WILLIAMS
Th« proprietor« it well known not only here butin all the adjacent
Counties and Town«. Their business qualifications and natural affec
tion for bora«« especially tits tbsui for the avoctiou