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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1897)
leader. if carried out in an honor ments in this line are enormous.
'¡'rue it is,that the accounts we
Bui the utter impracticability of hear regarding the fabulous rich
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the thing is enough to disgust any es of far away lands, are mi st
man »f reason with the whole af- flattering, and,to a certain extent
4 iM b run
fair. AH this fuboine rot «about they may be true, i’ut the pros
control of the political pector who leaves this country
The cry of hard time» that is
iu the hope of finding more re-
being heard on every hand is not situation of some State shortly
munrative fields in some far dis-
applicable to Harney valley and after organu.ition therein, is too
That we have seen hot ish to be taken seriously by tant country, where the mineral i
limes when money was more any one. The comments of the productions on | aper greatly ex
plentiful than it is at present, is a press upon the hopes and expec- ct ed the actual output, will nine,
fact not to be denied, yet the pco- 'taiions of this novel theorist, are times out out of ten wish himsel.'
pie of this valley do not know, ll»c means whereby he is receiving backamong those hillsof tliecount- , I
and for that matter never have a large arnout of cheap advertís- iy where genuine paying mines
known, the true meaning of “hard ing. If he is honest in his con- of every description are being
viction*, he is a lit subject for a worked by the thousands, and no
GROCERIES A PROVISIONS QUEENSW ARE. ST INEWARE,
While the tierce competition of lunatic asylum. If he is taking desire for a boom shown by the *
GLASSWARE BOOTS A SHOES. ROPE, TOBACCO, etc
the cast in gradually, but firmly, this course in order that he may well satisfied, well paid prospec-
tightening its grasp upon the be able to make an “honest” liv . tors, miners and operators-
financial conditton of the country, ing without work, he should re
we are enjoy ing life under condi ceive the condemnation of the
tions. on the wnole, that are very- public. The history in all cases against
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favorable. No man who is able where such Utopian theories have it will pie ise Senator Gorman.
and willing to work, need be a been made the foundation of gov-1
day without finding something to i rnment. I.as been that of a total
After cutting such a royai ■ 4 I-fCOur G* h 1. arc Fi:»t ClrM. « -1 will h<- sold at Price« »» low »« «ny
invite the People to Ex unii.e ear Slock «lid Price»
do in this locality. This v.lllev failure.
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swath in Europe, at the expense •
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Mail orders receive prompt attention.
7 - before
affords opportunities to those seek-
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ot this and other governments,
jec jor j»r j®r jsr otr jmxj
ing homes, that are excelled by ' The numerous burglaries com- Gen. Miles will find it very tirc-
no other place on the I’.u fic slope nutted in the State during the p »st some to come back atnong plain (
Yet ill's is r.o Eldorado, where month, bi ings to mind the fact Americans.
the newcomer finds “twenties” I 'hat we are never bothered with
rolling along the sheets looking anything of this nature. Whether
If senator Wellington doesn’t
for some one to come along and the professional “crook” thinks
mind some body who knows will
make use of them. But on the the place too much out of lii.s reg
get mad and tell how much his i
cont ary he will find a prosperous ular program,or believes the swag i "lection to the
and contented people, readv and would not be enough to pay him
willing to extend a friendly as web for his trouble, we cannot say.
as helping hand to any one de Nevertheless we arc of the opin-1
serving of such treatment. The ion that the above mentioned i'.in-
Mrs. Laura Long is visiting rtl-
MiCLAIN .t WILLIAMS, Proprietor».
sober iudustrious man whois will eiant, whose doubtful ‘-profesh’’ is a‘ivt-8 and friends in Burns.
ing to work ten hours a day, six i the purloining of Uncle Sam’s' Dr. Horton and Ed Walton ac
The proprietors of this-large and commodious Houso are experienced
days in a week, for reasonable redemption specie while the right companied l>/ tlvdr wives, started hotel keepers and the public is assured good accommodations.
wages and pay his honest debts tul owners thereof slumb-. r in the on a camping trip last Monday
out of money so earned, will find realms of Morpheus, had liettci morning.
no better place tn which to pitch never extiiid the limits of Lis t- r- 4
R. C. Amjcvino and James Me
his tent than in Il.uney v illey.
ri’ory to take in this place.
Devitt have gone to Idaho. Mr.
The fact that we are 160 miles
Angi-vine expects to be gone about
from a railroad, is looked upon bv
The Oregonian’s special ad-
arties Jesif Yg regular board arc requested to consult the
our people to lit, in many ways,
J. W. Sisson, a prominent re
devoted to the mining in-
beneficical rather than detrimen
1 leresti* o(Oi egonand Washington, sident of the southern part of this
county, paid Burns a yisit since
The total Jack <yf the tramp el is a step in the right direction, our last issue. •
ement infesting every railroad which might well be fo'lowed by
Frank Metschar., and Ja k Crad
the press of the country. The
town is one of the striking tea
dock were over from Silvies this
lures of this locality. Tne pro
week after n. v.liiucry preparatory
fessional tramp is not shown that c tiv No h.vest liestoa great extent
undeveloped, awaiting the hand
amount of respect which lie feels
C YVooley, of Iluntingtcn, ac
he should comma id, consequent!» of that restless band of men,whore
by Mr. Stone, arrived
he does hot tarry long. So far this p;,rt in the giand play of life
seems to be the uncovering of the in Burns Sunday evening, leaving
season only one of the “pure ar
for Silver creek the next day. We
ticle ’ has favored 11s with his
are inform -d that Mr. Sion» wishes
presence, lie was unceremoni greater part of which remains un to buy about 200 tnnlc-a in this
Bt I) M. INTYRE,
ously escorte I to the city jail discovered. No more promising ' comity.
where he «as furnished a bed, lield f.ii prospecting can be found]
A jolly crowd of fishermen left
and'in the morning after receiving any w here, when we take every I Burns last Sunday morning for ti e
a hearty breakfast he was given thing into consideration than those mountains viz: Messers Lewi» Srick Always on Hand for Local Custom.
lus choice between breaking rock of Oregon anil Washington.
Felton, Lucky and Whiting, and
We have no boomig of ant
on the street or mot ing on. It is
Misses Winterinire, Whiting Jennie
Veneeiiug box, or frame houses almost as cheap as rustic and
hardly necessary th sayth.it he particular locality, y et the int est and Doloras Racine.
much more comfortable—makes a solid wall, durable, very warm in
accepted the latter condition.
winter and cool and pleasant in summer.
Ilunt'-seils of letters are received
Parties not conversant with the Veneering process and want a
here from the outside inquiring as
nicely finished wall in residence, will do well to consult Mr. McIntyre
to the probability of our having
I before finishing with rustic.
I KOWM ORti
It i'-U* ♦ rtljlll F<À>CM.
railroad facilities in the near fu
BOSTON, Mos Aui ust 5, 1896.
ture. To these it might be well
Iveia& l’oiid Piano Co . I I t Bo\ ►ton Sr , Boston, M ik ?
to say, in a general wav, that we
Gent'ernci. :— We bee no objection Io giving »« u the infjra*nhnn asked for it
are not looking for a railroad un- youiM of the 3; J HKt This l'iwtilutii n has part lui■<•<. hinec I S82, two hund-rc<
inediately.anil in fact are not wor Ivt rR A» Pond pianos, anti b. low we give the mi:nb r p irc’.aitd in the ddTt-rtip
vriir* since the original < rJrr wa* placed with \«»u.
ry ing much about it.
I8>2.............................. 5b piano*
l>S!l................................. 12 piano*
We are not merely camped hen IBM ............................ g “
Leaves Burns daily at 6:30 r m .
Arrives at Ontario in 42 hours
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awaiting the coming of the ••iron ISSO
horse” in older that we may make ISSs
Fare Oneway 17.50. Round trip $15.00
a few dollars by speculating in
I. d I month we placed niih yon nn orilei it r iiheen more <>t your piano* to
town lots. On the contrary, we be delivered rally in b’vptrinter, next. Tbi* inertasu* the total to 215 of jour
Through freight 3Jcts. a pound.
are here to stay, as we are doing piano.* purchased
at any P. (). on the route and covered coaches aril
well without a railroad The
i w. ¡¡ ale
G«uvral Manager Xcw England Conservatory of »M ur c. Ce furnished for passengers.
building of a road along any one
H. A. Williams, Propr.
Se-'find hand instrument* taken in part payment for new on ».
of several lines of survey that
have been made durwig the past
few years, would, in many wavs,
imptove the condition of the conn
try. And there is no doubt but
what the time is not far distant
M 1. LEWIS
J C BY 111».
when we shall have the benefits
H M. HORTON.
to be dei ived from 1 ailroad com
THE NEW STOKE!
• Genera! Merchandise
Call and inspect our Stock. Sat-
to ciualitv and price
THE O. C. CO.
In GROCERIES, never did sell so CHEAP [as this Spring,
we KNOW NO competition, our stock never was so LARGE
as at this time, get our prices. Our
All Treated Alike. Table Service the Best.
1« nn attraction, that we never had before, we have added a
large line of shsif goods, a full line of Rakes, Shovels, Ilors
a.id Mitchel Wagons, wagorr extras, Osborne and Champion
Mowers, Steel Horse Rakes, a full line of Plows, and last but
not least, a TIN SHOP with a practical TINNER in charge,
special goods made while you wait.
BRICK MASON, PLASTER, DRY GOODS
ER and VENEFRER.
We never were so heavy stocked, witii a full line, of all kinds,
and at prices that will please the closest btjyts. In
y ' ■ • «
We are headquarters, we are selling all wool Hens suits from
H> 00 up, and with styles that will please you, our
HATS & CAPS
Stock is out of sight, in Mens. Bovs and Childrens, we have
an immense stock at prices from 05 cents upwards, look
over «ur line,
Line. BOOTS & SHOES
F. V. JEFFERS. Agent.
Well, we are where we have alwavs been, right
FRONT RANK, it is o -r hobby.
Send your orders to the old reli
able “One Price Store,’’ cheapest
City SDx-ijig- Store f
Lewis & Byrd.
Apropos of the attention given
by the | ress to the kiqiiacity so
p-ofu«<ly indulged in bv Eugene
V Debs, w hen expounding upon
the principles of his socialistic
iliv.im, it is well to remember that
these proselytes of socialism sel-
<1 m> ft» get to see that their own
personal interests arc well cared
No gr> atet menace tn the wel
fare of the wage-earner can be
found,than the increasing class of
parasites who live by fastening
llicir poisonous tangs upon the or
ganizations ol labor lather than
do an honest day’s »»irk. To be
sure there is nothing criminal in
this s-.xjalrntic scheme now worn*
;ng the demented bi am of it»
BEAL Biffi AGENTS.
DRUGS, MEDICINES < HEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINES,
STATIONERY. DIAMOND DYES, CHOICE PERFUME8
A FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, TOBACCO. CIGARS ETC.
Fine Wines & Liquors for Medical
We litre for sal» lilt fallowing City pr petty is Bums
Kigtnren Uto. ks in the Morris >n Ad
1« f«rei property «» bar« 160 «ei*»
dinoti «nd the «h de of the Blow» <*f good «grieull.iral laud • rulla» se ti l h
Addition, cant, ni»g the moil desirable ot llun.a. Thir-y «ere« is eultivstioii
re»idc»ec pswperty in town
This gooit honor and |..rn Tille swrfect «nd
proper’s in oflrrrd very clie»p for c»»h s targalo at $1100.
or in m.rsliairnt..
la»« 3 «ad 6 1» Hhwk 2->
lanwn »« th* I N K-sy-s residence
«ad is in • very C«nr«bli «»»gfihorh -cd
No Iront-le to «h.m ymperty or gir»
We lis ve « nie* farm, containing
34j serra, two mile» «nul h west of
Eugene, Oregon, and on the gravel
Good dwelling. gn.-d barn
offrirli Vrvy low for e«sh
ll unJouli ri’l) the beat bargain in and outhouses, good orchard and,
well fenced, worth $7 t*U, to tra i»
for a -tork’ranc'i ’n F »»tern Oregon
of r»fi’I value
íW Prese ri ptions accurately compounded.
First Class Dental Work P ne.
BUHNS rLOm Ji SA'A M’.L'.
Situated On ¡an,;,, nvf r j miu Em; cf
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOUR fr^m