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BURN8, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 28 1897
MASON & LONDON
Ilare on Hand a New and Complete etook of
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Another Democratic Plot.
After accusing a half dosen dem
Oregon, at least, if not the na
ocrats of holding up the republic
tion, will be more prosperous this1
an legislature of Oregon, uf being
fall than it has been for several
responsible for hell, high heel bouts
years. The season has deen pro and the failure of proeperity to ar
pitious; splendid crops of all kinds rive on time, they now say that
will be harvested; fair prices bet the big strike now in opperatior. is
ter than those of any recent years low down democratic scheme to car
will be obtained. More men are ry Ohio.
at work in the state than have
been for several years past; near but made with as much honestr
and candor as characterize republi
ly all who wish to work can now
can argument. The fact that 200,
find something to do.
000 uf these strikers do not vote in
Kinley is not entitled to all, if any,
Ohio, or that men with good posit
I of the credit for this encouraging ions and brighter groepects ahead
state of affairs; but many short are not going on a «trike to please
sighted people will imagine that some political bos«, three-fourths of
he is, and vote accordingly.
whom voted for McKinley, never
If every body will go to work, occurs to the republican mind, the
whenever and whereever an rank and file of whidh let Wall
opportunity offers, and do just Street, Mark Hanna and England
the best they can, and bother do their thinking for them.—Vale
. themselves less with wild cat the Advocate.
ories, we will soon ¡forget that
timesare hard; for indeed they
w ill become easy.
Land Offices In Alaska.
The claim that E. M. Waite, who
died in Salem last week at the age
of 70 years, was the oldest p: inter
in the state, is an error. Oregon
City has long been the home of the
eldest printer in Oregon, says an
exchange. His name ie Ebenezer
Warnei. and he lacks but a few
months of being 80 years of age.
Hat has wtfl&d [at the case regu
larly until thia year, and he is by
no means diequaified now.
A man, his wife and daughter
were arrested in Jacksonville the
other day for robbing grayes in the
Jacksonville cmetery. They were I
placed under bonds to appear be
Boots & Shoes,
fore the court st the next term. It
occurred, however, to some of the
citizens that the best way to get rid
uf them would be to “bounce” them.
Accordingly, a few dollars for their
transpotation were raised, and a
man Was hired to dump the into'
Klamath Falls, says the Klamath I
Falls Expreis. When they arrived ;
WRITE DS FOR PRICES
in Klamath Falla, they were order
ed by the marshal to movo on.
We want your trade and
in order to get it we are offering
unheard ot bargains in all lines:
Oregon Forwarding Co.
ficee**lew as any R. R- point, with addition-of freight.
The combination of the oil and
____________ Commissioner Hermann, of the
geneal land office, has stated that sugar trusts is a good thing, just
Century’s Three Kvils- he will recommend the establish in the same sense that the strict
MAH. ORDERS giren special attention.
ment of two land districts in West
enforcement of a bad law is a
ern Alaske, the two offices to be
Statistics compiled by Dr. En-
placed on the Yukon river, or its
An Outfit for the Clondyke.
tributaries, in anticipation of* great
Some of those who will go to
there are for every 1,000,000, sui lumber of conteutions over mineral
expecting to shovel up
cides 61 married women, 87 young land locations in various sections
Miners who have returned from
POLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
probably find that the
the Clondyke furnish the Seattle girls, 124 widows, 268 married I where the discoveries have been
be used to cover up
Post Intelligencer the list below as men, 298 bacelors, 948 widowers made. He says that the region is
including supplies necessary for a and 2,834 divorced or separated practically without law, and the es their bones.
PCSI-WBEUS AND PllorRIETOlIS.
man to take to the Yukon:
Who said the Indians were not
Provisions—Bacon, 200 pounds;
In Wurtemburg the proportion
I flour, 800 pounds; assorted dried per 1,000,000 of lunatics are 143 and indirectly to the preservation civilized? A Cherokee maid of
Al! kinds of Machine-extras, Slowing and Reaping Machinery,
fruits, 150 pounds; corn meal, 200 married women, 224 young girls, of law and order. The office«, it is eighteen forged twenty checks to j
Plows, Bicyclo Sundries, etc.
pounds; riee, 50 pounds; coffee,
338¡widows,M4Odivorcedor^ep- Citf ,nd DaWiOn citr. The <ener. get money for a worthless lover,
parched. 75 pounds; tea, 40 pounds;
a rated women, 140 married men. 1 al land office is in hourly expects who was in jail for stealing.
condensed milk, 1 case; assortment
236 bachelors, 238 widowers and tion of petitions and request* for
; of evaporated vegetables and meats,
We don’t know that free rail
1,484 separated from their wives. such action.
Clothing—Two suits of corduroy,
G W. McBride i
transportation was given all Garden Seeds and Sporting Good».
The force of these figures may
three pairs rubber boots, three paiis
IT ho a Tongue.
(W. K. Eil!«
two dozen heayy I be
- more —
A Comical Order,
<’. M. Idleraan heavy shoes;
Ittaraey General .......
democratic state convention, but
Win 1’ Lord woolen socks, one half dozen wool- considering how small is the per-]
ItcretarT of State
II R Kincaid t
such a charge has been made, and
Phil. MetBchan J en mite, three pairs woolen gloves, 'centage of divorces in comparison .
Give us a call and we will Convinco you that wc can give bettci
............. GM Irwin ;
■ apt. Publie Inatructivu
Á ■ joke
oo an Ontario
marchant ie we are inclined to belie.ve it.
litta Printer .................... K .
W H Loed«
three suits heavy underwear, two I with the number of marricd P«®*! zoing ths rounds. This particular
N. Bean. !
.[ C. Wolverton
Wolvcrtou 1 suits
mackinaw, two hats, four p]e, young girls and bachelors, mtrchant makes a specialty of out-
J F. A. Moore
NIXETM jrniCIAL DÏSTK1CT.
! heavy woolen shirts, one heavy and proves that it is not well for1 side trade, and yesterday received
M.D. C lih orv
C. W. i’nrriah. coat, three pairs of heavy woolen man
( or woman cither ) to be the following order from a farmer on
O. L. Pattaraon.
-(B)........... A. W.Gowan
' Snake River; *'Dere sir please send
Tbs outfit will cost about $175. I
ine 4 pound of cofe and 2 pounds
......... C. r. Rutherford. Transportation,
te. Ny wife had a boy last night ^^To m EtHTO« >—I have an 1
J. <’. Welcome Clondyke, $150;
or, via Juneau Indian Figure of Speech. also 10 pounds of cheese and a rat remedy for Conjumption. By its tinu.y use
TRISCH & DONNEGAN, Proprietors.
(D) . A. J. McKinnon 'andDvea, $40.
If by the latter
trap he wayed 7j pounds and a hat the . mds of hopeless cases have been already
W. 8. Water«
p --rfiently cured. So proof-positive am I
W.C. »¡.'rd route, the carriage from salt water
oi its power that I consider it my duty to
..........................1. M Da via
McCreary, who pre chet and some nails.”
m U rwo bottln fm to those of your readers
|8osaxn iaaioua ra
A. B. Markt i to Lake Linderman, a distance of
• F i
who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or
31 miles, say one and one-half tons
IT in. a Wines, Liquors And Cigars.
Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
MAMVKT C. a. LAND OFFIC1:
express and p.jstoflice address. Sincerely,
. ........... Thoma« Jones ’ at 15 cents per pound, $150.
....... ....... A . A. Cowing
T. A. «LOCUM. M. C, las rwri au Orw Tert.
at Lake Linderman, $60; niiscel-1 asked Joseph what impressed him
IT Th* Editorial *ad Baataeaa Mtugnmaii of j
tbte PWOT Ow**U« Ute imriM PropoaaUoa.
I laneous. $25. Total, $750.
i most of the superiority of the
______________________________ ' J-^^Courtcous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solicited.
Conservatively, that is a fair es-1 white man over the savage in all
timate of the requirements of a man I that he had seen and heard dur-
SYLVA REBEKAH Desr.eNo.4S.
wlio expect* to remain in the Yu- j ¡ng hi, journey.
Uontt«T«rv 1st and 3d W^liivsday.
iras« • rese nasoo.
kon for 18 menths. There are sev-
M.is Jennie MePbevler. N.O.
M n l.e<.tin Zeigler. Rec. sec y
BOSTON, Mass‘August 5, 1896.
eral incidental expenses which
IversA Pond Pisoo Co.. 114 Boy!«t«n 8»., Bo*toa, Mast.
ippi river." he said.
might be incurred, or the amount
“Don’t you think thecapitola1 Gentieneo: — We tee wo objection to giving you the information asked for in
*. O. V. W.Rur** Lode«, No «7
your* of th« 3rd inst. Thii in«tit«tioa ha, purchased nine« 1882, two hundred
of the supplies might be curtailed
Eurns.Canyon Stage Line
,4 an4 4th Tbnrsdft}..
fine building?” inquired
the sec- |Ter, £ Pond pi«eo«. and below we give the numbar purchaaed in th« different
to a slight extent.
H M Horton, M W
1 W .»yer, Roe.
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
“Yes it is fine," answered the -----
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Fxjrrg
The item in the Associated Press'
red man; “my people can pile ¡886....
«ÀRNBT LODG«. KO. n, I. O <> T.
dispatches to the effect that Clar
I, >ave Burns Tuesday .Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon Cz-y
."«««••• <vl.a r«H.»w« if «II. every Ha’aMay
of the other, but. 1887....
M !.. Lewis. N.
ence Berry had made a strike of stone one on top
> joints, Fare $5.
J . P. Zrigier, Hery.
$135,000 in the Clondyke is of spe they cannot make a cobweb of |
La.t ■•nth w» j.taeed with you ** order for ift.eu mor. of your pi.oos to
cial interest to A. E, Wood, of Eu iron stand in the sky.’
b« delivered early io September, ■•«*. Tbi. iocreaaes the total to 215 of your
gene, says the Guard. Mr. Wood
piauos purchased ly thia mnituti««.
says: “About seven years ago,
C- A SWEEK.
F. W. II a I.K
This is a topsy-turvy world, says
when residing in San Jose, a little I
General Manager New England Conservatory of Music
an exchange. One man is strug-
. HFSe-oad bead inatrumenta taken in part payment for new on a.
red-headed dried-up farmer, poorer
$'’ni for justice and another is flee
than the proverbial Job's I
beseeched me to loan hi tn > $240 ing from it. One man is saving to
which I finally consent'd to do. ’ build a house and another is trying I
Time passed, and by hard stin . to sell his fur less than it cost.
I ting the man was able io pay me , One man is spending all the money
only bu*A xivea lo the Mitlfc ty Siu
»a tto je«rs.
huitfl by Uev- B. F. Il.ijii
I• ■ «>•< 1 ' 'Hi It I
back $200, of the loan, but could be can make io taking a girl to an
.I«wph m . KeV, of the M. I. ‘
H’- '■ i .
K|»leti'!i|l illustration«. A lx t;an?a for fcgcnU. . -«*1
m t dig up another ‘sou.’ After a
rapidly« easily atlhng book of the ate.
RE.H. EtTATI AGENT.
agents wanted .
time he went to the mines of the flowers in ths hopes, eventually, to
NOTARY PUBLIC ...
Send Mg Cent« for Arent « Outfit, ar t «o Cerfs for Our
> ukon country, and you will note make her his wile, while bi* neigh
7v.pa^a, lllMA’.ratcd Catalogue of billes. Album«, LU
Q HJHJQQJT 'hat the same Clarence Berry spok bor is spending the gold be has to
b b ns
get a divorce. One man »scapes
en of in the item > none other than
all the disease* man is heir to. and .
’Prattle»« before U. 8. Lanil Office.
the little farmer to whom I made
gets killed on the railroad. An
the loan.” Mr. Wood remarked,
„. j from nrtnr.1 rnlr < made within the la. t few we« L •
with a smile, that he saw a chance other goo* without being hurt, and
twuin l m ball «lay«. Another 8wlU IS cov»«*’» »a two «1 ye,
dies wiib the whooping cough
now to get that other $40.
<>n«- ngem in liiUn.i.a -«I 1 I • • | .«• 1 •• t
la Soaih Carolina aoM <3 copiea In tbn* «lay«. One agent in <«corg;:» « j M-‘Jm t«»«.*
Such is life
An anol in Central Geurgia *44 M e«»t»tra in im «lay a. U hen y<m <■«•• •!« t > t-< «•
I. S. GEER & CO,
H TVTT.TO’W AR E!,
Tin Shop in Harney Co.
The Bums Bar
F. V. JEFFERS, Agent
Dr. W.L. Marsden,1
The barbers of The Dalle* have
rnltred into an *er- ment not to
SURGEON «have any of their customers on Being a silver man is no pro
Sundays. The barber who violates tection against the Alaska gold
Residence • the agreemeot will have to furnish fever, no.v sweeping over the
bis fellow shavers with a wine sup- | country.
Tirsi gallonai Bank s pgSs?
Can Be Made by Agents. $
■»foal««* we allow ag*nte. on-1 the |mm<*
pnf»n< tritr of tine woiuterinl ■
. ami ■ t
aaon with wtiirh it tell«, there ia nothing in whwh a I iip , nn»hir. » mmi.•«•• *i”
will yte»«1 anrh pr.4u>
r«»r h Mine» «nr ar» nt maH«* tlC1.25
-Than.'ertx.it*.” Another m..«I* i J-.fO in three Aayi; ar.ollKi |t.l5 fa c 5 Cay;
SMiatweiayt; another |M4S U um tayf.
B. P. HAYNES PUBLISHING COMPANY, Nashville. Tenn.