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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1897)
V nt K.4uUÁ»*Á,xU«tÚ.
JII.HN byrt »
Mr. Powderly’s p'an for regula
ting immigration, which he will
present to congi es, in an official
icpoit, lias points deserving at
tention. says the Ne « York
Cha» Newel] nas goao to Canyon
. t return to
•<~ aae-'jar jair tec J*cJ»r ■»••’J ->
Cuba in an official capacity.
See the new ad ef the O. C. Co. in
Th. English papers are be-
gining io dis< over what has been
W E Smith moved hi, family
weh known in America for a long to Burn» tide week
time, that Cuba is lo«t to Spain.
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Mr. and Mr» L W'oldeeburg Jr.
were in Burn, Monday.
THE NEW STOEE!
R, A. MILLER & «0
If the municipal campaign in
R. A Miller has gone to Dr«w-
greater New York gets much
s»y on burin»»».
iM/tter there wid be danger of
Jone, ,t Bigg«, broker», are mov
ing uto their new building.
1 irst of all he seeks to exi lude
persons who make a profession of
Several new building« ar» near-
Killing a few strikers i» one of
assassination and crime '>y e-tab- fhe ‘pirsu .live” nn tl o.ls which iug completion in our t»wn.
Jishinga new definition of “.inarc
h. ve bee 1 hr .u„ht to bear u| on
If Mr. Pi.wdeily can the c al miners.
manage nhat without interfering
with political refugees, he will
The rni re rp- ci In s Boss Hanna
1 viidi r a great service to the c 1-
makes the moie democratic voi» s
i.ntry and to civilization. Hu', the
will be cast in Ohio.
task 1» a very delicate and diffi
C inly Court wan in se.sion
one nay the latter part of
GRO ERIE'* PRUVISlDNS, QI’EKXSW ARE fl
GLASSWARE BOOTS & SHOES, ROPE. TUBAI t 0, »tu
Tlx re i. every iailication of hav
ing , good rae» meeting hare in
. Call and inspect our Stock. S.it
Pemem’er Bovle, the photo ? isfaction as to quality' and
grapher, is in Burn» and doing first
G c*» guaranteed,
The gii at civil si rv'ce reform
Ni xt he proposes a head tax of1
$5, on skilled and $2 on un-killed administration laid nut up to the
hour of going to the pies, rebuk
w irkrnen. This would yield rev-
A Coi.t«rti»ni»t and a song and ¿
l<-OurG 7.V.J» »r.s F «t
»I d will b» »old »t Prie«» »• I»« •’ *»?
ed th ‘e hohl over Federal ofii-
cia- ce oci ha*» hsen giving fr»^
in llatliey l 'nuu' V
W» invite the People lo Examii.» Our Stuck aad l’riem
enu , and. better still, it would
I ial* in Ohio win; attended 'he exhibitions at R C, Angevine’« • i.. etc Purchasing EUewher»
Mail «rd.r» receive prompt altvnti*n.
s: t i uinigratio" ill impo. taut ways.
g -Id <1 rn cratic 1 o.ivi nlion.
saloon thia w«»k
I hi dl , lie wants bureaus es-
• 1 w ich shill li d out
Gov. H.iaiiiigs can't lit k Boss
win-:' and ohere I.d or is m cded,
Quay, but he is finding enjoy
and thus > n ible the government
ment in kaking sonje <4 Quay’s
to regulate immigrationa cording-
fru nd. out uf Mate office».
)v, restricting it when the supply
is in excess of the demand, .md
Government bv bullets is a
dim ting immigi ats to tho-e points
shade worse than government by
whi le ihete is need of their serv
injuni lion, hut many consider it a
Ho.'.' far this plan can b- <ar-
11. F. Newman has been ap.
pointed post master at Ve lator,
Harney county, in place of L-u-
clla Venator, who has resigned.
Rev J. C. Templeton announced
last Puuday evening that thrre
would lie no mare service in Burn»
fir sometime as ha would be gone
to attend the Presbytery.
SOLID TRAIN LOAD
McCLAIN i WILLIAMS, •Proprietor».
practice icm 1 ns to be
f’os I ¡all may conclude that
The proprietor» of this large and commodious House ar* experieaead
" ■ 11 is di * ted ugninti
Lemuel Eh Quigg is the most Tim Tompkin, of the I«l»nd Ranch hotel keepers and the public is assured good accommodation»
mi .'e t evil, aid if Mr Powder-
and Tat Dalv of 8*n Franei»co has
available scapegoat in reach,
ly van di vi-e working rules to
been arranged by the Burna Athh-t
offset that evil lie will justfy hi»
ic Club to come off Oct 12 It
Oregon’s Greatest Fair.
promise, to ba vary hotly aont*»ted
and will L« i n te r» at i 11 g Admia-
general of immigration.
Can be attended fcr one fare
! for the round trip from any point I
To kill a poor devil by shooting '
on the line of the O. R. & N. Co.
From the stage driver
£SS" Parli»» d«,ir-ig regular beard ar» r»que»t»d t» »oasalt th»
him in the back and then pul in a
in f Ji egon.
leam that a book agent made his
plea of self-defense would be ab
T he fair opens on September appearance in Burns the other
surd even in fiction, yet that is I
1 3°, and closes October 8. Nine day and struck a mesmerist. She
what Sheriff Martin and liis de
days. Every day will be the I hypnotized him into the back J ard
puties did to those unarmed Penn
bent. J" .iteinal order day, Oct. ¡.nd made him beat carpet for
sylvania miners. Humanity calls
2, Oregon press day, Oct.
poin- llvt. horn s,—Vale Gazette.
for the punishment of such nun -
: eer and barbecue day, Oci. 5,
Salem dav, Oil <>, school day,
The party ei nsisting of Messis. !
Oct. 7, flee for all races, last dav. \V. C. Byrd, A. M Byrd, Delo,
We trust that the precedent set , Oct b, School ilay, Oct. 7, chil- Canid, and M-, W C. Bvrd and I
I5i D McINTYRK,
by Genet al Longstreet and hi, dren umb r tw. lve years of age daughter Elit'a. return»-) from ■
telling the public free. S. ho. ] i lulili en over twi lvc trip tn the S inlhern end »f the
csi ti' v . e»«arday. They wer» ac
through letters to the new-papi i s \ i ¡1rs : of age, ti 11 cents.
compsnitd hvme bv an old tim»
wl.i tliev got mil lied, will not be
Aiti r h t vist v<ni will want a
Veneering box, ar frame hou**s almost a» ch.ip a» ristia ana
As a rule the i est, so Come to the s ate f.or and fríe.ni Mr. S Dtfenbaugh.
much mure cumini t o t'—makes a solid nuli, durum», very »»rw in
muter and coul and pleasant iu summer.
pub ic doesn’t care a coniincnt.il e j ic y iu s If. One fare for
Svl-eitr Scowl, the famous cir
why a man anil a woman gi t mar- i omul ti ip. P' pol.ii admission of re«pmu|-»nt nf the N'e>v York Wurhl.
Parties not conversant with ths V neering proc» • md want a
nicely timslied wall in residuile», will uo Well tu cumuli Mr. Mslutyi*
2> C. Ill -i.
I ueiure huitumg mtn rustic.
tuoi» and dynamite», to put the ’
Cliilcuot pass to the Yukon in a 1
T he American snob c in be de-
p tided upon to la. e up ••tour
with com i
High Excellency," the uihciai title
—T hk T imi k H fka tu and Ore plete outfits will gr-t th'O'iali t > th-
by "hieb iiieinlicrs of the Rus.-ian
goman tor 12 in at),anee.
Yukon this winter.
Court addressed the Pica dent uf
Dili yoa v»e that ad. of Kill .
Frame during his ricini vi sit lu
. mu« Buri.» daily at t.SU r m .
Arriva» at OaUriu iu 42 uva*
X Fiacher in this p psr’i
Russia, and apply it to Mi.
al 11 A Miller A Co'»
li a put th«-« <o catch your »ye,and
Mr» II \ I>dlard will leave for 1 ni'» von something to think »l out.
Far» On» way »7.50. Ruuad trip 11 » 00.
Prineville tomorrow, to l>» present Mason and London have just an-
at the »ettliiig up of her father'»
Through freight Sjot». a pound.
suits from this famous clothing,
at any P. () on the route and covered eaaeh»« will
house. Yau can get your fit, y»tir !
•'Grandma" Lewis, v ho was
style and your pric» Try it.
| t e furniahed for pa»«angera.
H. A. Williams, Prepc.
very ill ths hitter part of last week,
1» improving under ths treatment
Ira Mahon, the 14 year old eon j
' of l)r. ’. nip
sf J. F. Mshon, met with a verv 1
Mrs O 1> Rusk, who Im» been aeriou, accident on Friday morn-1
Suine ul tliosc wlm aie i ng.ig. il
11 oiler the <re.it mint of Dr. Man* mg of laat .week, while laMomg a
m ikhveimg iumr.d 01 alluna ut vi
Jeu for several days, is getting tiurae on Cow creek. He had roped
tln siivi i quesllull willtii.dll lite
the horae and whs endeavoring to'
.1 l lesi soli 4 a loipse, beta in
pull it in, when the »addle turned
Mis J S Kenyon, accompanied
Situated on Silviea river 1 mile East of Barna, near the bridge
i <v .u^i io.oualv aiupa.gii .1 il. XI
throwing him tinder the borae he
I'Vlnr sons, Otis ai d Claud, and
yeai and in 1900.
« »« ruling, where lie wa» either |
daughter Day. were visiting friaud,
Customers will receive GOOD FLOUR fr*m
kicked or trani|ed on. Dr. Mar»-I
m Burns last Thursday.
uva.. 1 tanna will have to exer-
Mrs < \\ Jone, »nd children, posulile, found he had received a Good Wheat
c. e v. re m unter lu prevent the
Fraukie and Alien, ar» the guests depresaed fractur» of the frontal
appi ..pi i.muli» lie has made loi
of Mrs John
Mi -s bone, and it would tie ueceaaarv to
the expenses of the populist ami Frankie expects to go to Portland
trepliin» the akull ami remove
ill next month to attend auho.il this
gold iieniocratie campaign
th« piecaa of broken tune, which 1
Olmi getting mixed.
was dona in a atillfid manner leav
B0I1 Drum hai diapaaed of Ina ing a ti¡angular I,reach in th» »ktill'
Senatoi Chamber sicms to bv »hare in on» af hia mine» aituatid I j by 3 mvhea
Whil» the injury
<n er-vauieing England s friend at Pueblo
I'htee partie* were in received waa »erioua and of a nat
Hous, and S .n Painting, Paper Hanging and Kalsotnininr —
ship Igr ailvcr. It will be tune (•reaird, b»fi>re the «ale waa made. ure to plai’O the unfortunate boy in
ti.j- at Amiri« .n a K.-taurant Burn«. Urrcou
i .ought to throw up our ha.» ami Mr Damn own ug ena half iote-»at a critical .•unditien. w» arc inform
me 1 when England lake* itshrM He ».lid to a parti from San Fr.m ed every indication i» gaod for hi,
reeeliinj for hia hall IlfiQUO recover /.
cilliciai it' p in favor ot »uvei.
Th» off»r of ♦ t0.(Mat waa made for
Notice to Slierpmea.
th— whole mine bv tt>« Han Fran
Ta the Public.
T’l.e inampulatui« id Klondike
eiaeo party, th» two owning th» un
H A Heu Irii ks of Weiter. Ida .
a id ottici hoKI mining compilili s sold p irt have lam« limo, we l<-
will be st or near Burns with Jü
h*ad »f haaw w»>L h»avv <irw
■Il e finding pio-pcrity, ci e i it have one nianth. to a -erpl or r»
During the year 1897 8 th» Uni-
Menno laick» for »»'.*. Just the
jrct th« offer
kind uf buck* form.rew ul.au » venute of O-> ¿ n • ill eonduct »
Tli« borax mine anuated netr
c' w- f..r t! e
Andrva» |>o«l olbev ha* l*rn run-
uing all aa 1 iuer, rtuploving ten lo
To ntt t iroa —I hive in •
O.b r »•
twrlv» lab ir»rs
rune^ frw Cociu.nyfkai. fy Hi tun.., hk
-JOHN F. GT KAI TO? ?
1st,. 4 ! h ■retell . esc have been ^rr*ty
were told. 1* paving a g
f ..nently c: nt So rixjf pnuttw uni
»in allrmpt to r»m du*n
cent. I’o-hlo ia building
o !>.«« that I cnmslcv ■ s-.y duty to
to th »
v»W —• S'tllf* fr», totfkiia of y ur r->!-’V
l id» for t>> wtaka a raying
» o bi- ri\suuinr<k'«i.nwrwt.Bnmrt«»l ar
Li. m Trojsf. if thev wlii vnu nw U m »-
Jiatr ct «2 nt* 1 cun’byr a
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( ivc I iiir 1 h- moantaiua in’t
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be •> gov I live to or- waget J»at itv »• d liav« I e -icJ ncm »
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All Treated Alike. Table Service the Best
Will arrive for us about
SEPTEMBER 20th, 1897.
BUICK MASON, PLASTER
ER and VENEERER.
Brick Always on Hand for Local Custom.
Ehe First T MN LOAD
ONE Firm in
Our Buyer is now in the Eastern
B urns F lou » & saw M ill .
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c.
No Firm can therefore give you
tìF"Send u» your Order» or come YOURSELF.
CARRIAGE P. INTER.
Tours for Business.
0. c. co