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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1897)
County Official Paper
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; CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896.
BURNS, IIARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUS1
Points For Poacher®.
Oregon Crown Bananas.
The West Indian negro is a
The Corvallis Tinies aav« that a
born poacher. He catches the banana tree in the greenhouse at
quail by the cruel expedient of the collegv is bearing fruit this year,
Have on Hand a New and Complete stock of
strew’ing finely powderd cayenne and the little bananas are supposed
or bird pepper in the little dust to be the first ever grown in the
pits where birds “wash.” The state. Tho tree is three years old, I
burning pow'der gets into the eyes and the prospects are that it will
.f the birds, which, confused and ■ bear this season at least 200 ba.ian-1
lelpless, are then easily caught. j as. A tree of the same variety oc-'
j copied a place in the greenhouse
When he wants a wholesale
j for a number of years, but it never
apply of fish, he explodes a piece
■yielded fruit, due to the fact that
dynamite, which was probably in it was kept potted. The one that
tended for the making of new j is producing now had its roots set Dry Goods,
government roads, over a nole in in the groung under the greenhouse
of Fall Samples is in;
Boots 4 Shoes,
are killed by the concussion.
! can variety,’ and the fruit will be , Wines.
But his favorite resource is the ' different from any ever seen in this 1
styles to stock three
bark of the dogwood tree. This country, being much smaller in j
stores. They are
the famous KUH,
he drops into a river hole, and the i size.
NATHAN & FISCHER CO. creation«, the big
mullet, intoxicated, comes to the
Tailors of Chicago, who are fancy-priced Drape?«
surface of the water. This sing
greatest rivals. Tcacten of modern mzsterly custom
A Georgia man was arraigned fo: i
ular property of the dogwood has
week with many staAnts. Come in and turn the
beating his wite. "What have you
' caused it to be employed as a nar-j to say for your self?” asked the
pages of this great encyclopaedia of iasi/i -s. Get
WRITE US FOR PRICES
cotic. It is particularly useful as I judge. "Kin I speak out, judge?” j
measured for ycur Fall ¿nd Winter Suit or
‘ real and
, a local anaesthetic, and it has been "Yes. What have you to say?” |
get the right fit, the right workmanship anc the right
quality at the right price.
1 recently proposed to apply it den- i “Judge, your honor. 1 want ter say |
jest this: I never did have no trou-1
| tistry.—Pearson’s Weekly.
ble with none of my wives, ’cept
Prices as l«w as any R. R. point, with addition of freight.
this one. My fust wife was a angel,
An Ingenious Clock.
IfWMAIL ORDERS giren special attention.
my second came mighty nigh bein
O. H. Johnson, a jeweler, of one, tny third wu® willin’ an’ rea
sonable, my fo’th wus moderate, my
An Unsolved Problem. have never been able in this busi- Garfield, has invented a clock ----- ’ “In th« name of goudness,”
ness to make my brains do any- which he claims keeps time and interrupted the judge, “how many 1
thing for my legs. You have toj has neither pendulum nor escape wives have you had?” The man
P ublished every W ednesday
done ^anything but’go to school, much brain and no*, enough legs ment whetljSays the Walla Walla looked thoughtful, and then said:
some time since, through the in to make a surveyor. Go home) Statesman. The new invention "Judge, I don’t know. I use ter
fluence of friends, secured a posi and get into some other business.” i19 attracting cons.derable interest. keep track of ’em. but I quit coun-
PUBLISHKRS AND PROPRIETORS.
tion in a surveying party under a
And this is how there came to II is constructed upon an cntirly I tin’ afterLee’s surrender!”
j HL j O"^757 -ZV JtA Jtti,
veteran surveyor and railroad en be another young mon of leasure I new plan and original design,
gineer, who had but little use for around the streets looking for There are only four cogwheels
All kinds of Machine extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
An exchange saya to its readers:
. .71 . what * he
ailed such “unlicked some favorable outlet for the util- j and a main spring, but the most
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
"If you don’t like the weather in
ization of his surplus brain force.1 wonderful feature of the timepiece
1 is the
governor. Extending town, go to the lake; if you don’t
When the pat ty reached the ;
top of the box is a like th« weather at the lake, go to
I scene of its labors the young man
the mountains: if you don’t like
■ TATE—ORROOM ’.
was detailed tocarry the rear flag. the August Cosmopolitan, one ' shaft from which two arms about
0. W. McJlrlJe.
weather in the mountains, go to
As every one who has ever had might judge that it w ts intended 9»x inches long extend in opposite I -------- for you can’t be satisfied. Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
1 The B. Tongue.
I anything to do with surveying sol« ly for light reading in mid- directions.
( w. K. Elite
i-rom the end of each | >
<’. M. Idlenian
Tin Shop in Harney Co.
Wm P Lord
hut a seto-'d glance'of these arms dangles a thread! Senator Wellington's illness dis-
n JI Kincaid knows, this is a re-poosible eno’itfh snn-irt. r;
Jecretary of Stale
Give us a call and wo will Convince you that we can give bsttei
GM Irwin position, but one of the mest ch1 a
< o:i!.:insus well niuch some two or three inches long, appeared almost simultaneously
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prices than anyone.
■ : i '¡'he B.-cor.d w ith a shot grain on the end. As with the adjournment of Congress,
“. Bean. ry and monotonous on earth, r. - • te
J C. Wo
i quiring a person to stay in Or.e
: c- mmissioner the arms revolve these threads, and cynics say it was only shame
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NIMETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
to India with the weights on the end, come 1 for having made aTmonkey of
c. w. Parrish
has in contact with an upright post himself that ailed him.
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i for hours at a time, with nothing never before appeared in any per-1 around which the thread iswrapped
COUWTY- habsit :
to do but always required to be iodical. We have in histories a half-dozen times by the momtn
. C. P. Rutherford
ivUDty j j ire
It. Kelley ready to display his flag prompt second-hand accounts of great turn of the shot,
Then by an in-
J. C. welcome
TRISCII & DONNEO AN. Proprietor«.
TA. McKinnon ly whenever the engineer desires famines, but they lack that start, genious device it unwinds and
A. J. McKinnon
w.s. WBtsrt to take a ‘-back sight.”
ling distinctness which comes from winds a;>ain in the opposite direc
W.C. B> rd I
leh >ol Superintendent
1 M I «vie
A few days of this “work” i beholding at first hand the sights tion and continues on to the next
A. B. M«rk.
. ID)/ ,
G«o. Haaey :
were enough for the young man, i ¡described.
Twenty million of post and repeats the performance,
Fla© Wines, Idquor« And Clgax».
NABXKT r. a. LAUD OFFICU
starving to death, J On the first trial the clock only M. A
and its *^cnna
TbomaaJonee who complained thatit did not fur
a . A. Cowin«
To the E ditor I have an a
I nish enough exercise for his brains many of them in sight of the rail-.lost five minutes in 12 hours,
remedy for Consumption. By its tink.y us«
already | j
» ix - k - nn cases navr
No American can form1
j or his legs. He was told that ¡way!
Your patronage solicited.
* So proof-positive am I l-iy^Courteous treatment guaranteed,
it gave him plenty of opportunity any idea of the state of affairs Kansas is saidto have fewer mil- °* !*’
und two bottln fru to those of your readers
for meditation. He replid that now existing in India. Mr. Haw- lionaires loan any other state.and who have Consumption,Thro*t, Bronchial oe 1
ÌYLVA REBEKAH Defree Mo.43.
Lung Trouble, If they will write me thel-
- he knew nothing worth meditat- 1 thorn has gone into the interior , fewer paupers, too.
1 erhaps express
postoffice address. Sincerely,
Metta «very 1st and 3d Wednesday.
Mias Jet nit McPheeteia M.G.
M as Leona Zeigler. Ker JJee’y ‘ ing on, and would like a change.1 and stood among the dead and thi» it another case of cause and ’ A• swcu*«.M C-. imyw » sc .
He was made front chainman and dying. It is the lirst lime that we 1 effect.
ui»F«p»r ouAr&atMui»g»«»rv«« FrupoMU^
, after a bit rear cbainman, but have had an American investiga-'
A.O.U. W.Barss Lod(«. Ko .47.
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
while he got all the exercise he tion of the condition of affairs in
X.rta.TOr, 2d and 4th Thurid.,,.
H M Huron, M. W
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wanted, he did not like the work;
India. The report will open the
J. A. H ai . i . aday , contractor.
so he applied for another job, say
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Go’s Fxpsss
eyes not only of the civilised,
ing that he did not think he had
world, but of the English Parlia-1
ÎTARXBY LODGI, MO. 77, I. O O
L-ave Rurns Tuesday.Thtirsday,Saturday,for Canyon CUy
been sent out with the parly to
irests • rows riaivs.
< ki > wror < um .
Meet« at O ld Fallows Hall, every
ti «ointa, Far« |5.
M L. Lewis.
j r. z'tiwr" sJcy. drag a hundred feet of chain
Let me nay how entirely satinfactory the inatrunont has proved,
the necessity of i xtraord-nary ex- laat time
we had it toned the tuner remarked: “Your piano growa better; the
through underbrush, and yell
It hi«, without exception. 1
"stick.” or ‘jMtack,” for $40 a j 1 ertton in behalf of these unfortun tone is sweeter, richer;" and so we have found it.
the most musical baaa I have ever heard, and has been commented on by many
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C A- SWEEK,
President Dwight, of Yale,
Danbury. Conn.. J.n.112, 1897.
He was then put in a party that
furrishes this month’s considera
was cross-sectioning a tract and
tion of the quetion. -Does Mod-, Hr Se "ond band instruments taken is part paym> nt for new on s.
had to help run lines out from the
ern College Education Educate
main line for 2000 feet, measuring
in the Broadest and Most Liberal
off every 200 feet and driving
Sense of the Term?”
stakes at these points. It was
A charmingly illustrated and
lh912*. '.I f.n*I /ran-lr-t I m ®'., by »hi - wet' ’-w id* celebrity
lively work and furnished exercise
».«• out f ><i I- »1 euiustv<iv i ^ubacrifilo». It*»
chamingly written artclc on "Jap
GAiv L-vM <ivea to the puohc ty bam Jocci ta tea year»,
for both body and brains, but
k-n’fl i . IteF. 11 I. Hf.yn«e. 1 rt i odu< lien I m Fit I. op 1
an's Stage and Greatest actor,”
■losrp'i s. k.-r, of t is« * ME < hurt It, Pon th.
REAL ESTATI AGENT.
l£i v| r. id iilti tmtiona. A i« n»nra for agaaU. Must e. \
was harder work than the young
i ^piu.), ««ally Milling book of IliO age.
by Robert Porter; the second
NOTARY PUBLIC« man fancied. So he soon applied
part of Le Gallienne’s “New-
to the engineer in chajge for a
C- ’ !*’C . »» for Afent’a Outfit, and io Cceta for Owr
;• «-«•<<> • ••**1««Ud isUlufu vt Lli tea. Album». Lu
different position. He thought
sketch of that most wonderful
he w ould like to run a level of a
nF'Prnctirew before V S Land Office
cru«ader Godfrey de Bouillon,
transit, or something of that sort,
and said he would like to learn to ( and a new poem by Bret Harte
are also part of the contents of
To prt/ve it. we
a tew HPin* irnni iki . ri f/dra n.n<lr v. itlnn tl»c nt tew week»:
make his brains save his legs.
On»* »Meut *“d J7 C4»|»'e8 iu t« u ki. I « I *. <te «. A no» hrr »»bl 15 ro,.i •• ta tw« «‘nr»,
■’■?« <lna r/i'i.t in lourn.1 * d 14 entries» In two
The old engineer's patience had
We want your trade and
in order to get it we are offering
unheard o! bargains in all lines:
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes
Oregon Forwarding Co
I. S. GEER & CO
The Bums Bar.
F. V. JEFFERS, Agent.
Dr. W.L. Marsden.
become exhausted. He «aid:
SURGEON “Young man, that is wh it I h ,ve
been trying f<>r 30 yes’s V. dig
cover. My leg» have «.v. d «n.
OREGON Ixaine a number of lane», b; .
î first Battona^
A General Banking Cusines . Transacted
« $10 Every Day Can Be Made fcy Agents. »
in South» urvlii» a
Ire tn ii.rue *iayt. One sutui 10 »««orgia »old U m IwoOaya.
An aacot »n Cenital <.e>>raia aoM M copie» in t“n dare When you conti der iberwiw
we allow axrnK. and »ha irrmr. «« popular .1/of th it w<M»<ler(nl bori, aud ihr
wr ra«* with wliirli it aril», the » it mtlitr-g in wbrrh a live, nothing man r«" •» • "» wh h
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