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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1897)
WÏJMEUDAY DECEMBER *. il.7
JC LÍAN B ÏRD
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Now comes France forward,
one of our best friends and co
workers, and says that if we per
sist in imposing our exhorbitant
duties on some articles from there
they will put on a prohibitory tar
iff on our products. But what
does a corporation-tariff adminis
tration care for the producer?
I' is looking after what it was
elected for. Tariff is a'l right,
but a more equitable one is what
the nation wants. The pres-nt
tariff has also antagonized other
nations, Germany among them,
and they are now taking steps to
ward excluding our beef, pork,
wheat anil flour. At this rate the
new tariff will have closed all for
eign markets to the producers’
products, ere long. So nothing
remains but the home market
which is soon glutted and conse
quently prices will go down
Sure, it might be remedied, in a
measure, with reciprocity. But
when the administration com
mences this “you tickle me and
I’ll tickle you,” or rather free
trade, game a deficit stares it in
face; for the Dingley bill has not
been a success as yet as a reve
Taking it all in all, tilings are a
little muddled in 11atiu11.il affairs.
Fashion costs ti e world more
than bread and religion does.
THE FRENCH HOTEL 2
Russia didn’t scare the Sultan
much, as the latter has just placed
an order for 150 Krupp guns.
Has made one more step in ad
varice meut- A strictly
Liberty is one of the most nat
ural rights we possess, and one
which we know least how to use.
The real problem of the day is
to restore to the people that me-
ta'ic circulation of money guar
anteed them under the Constitu
The substitution of bank notes
(one form of paper promises) for
government notes (another form
of paper promises) is not curren
••r Mrotr jsr jat
____ TVc Carry a C »pi»ta Line 01-------
Dinisr Ro?m under th, »upervi-
■ioB of .Mr Larks, an experienced
and polite waiter.
? General Merchandise i
M rs R acine
Extend* a cordial invitation t,
all to giro the French Hotel I
R, A. MILLER & CO.
Bill of Fare.
THh aü .7 STO
OROUKRIE-S & BROVISIONS, QUEENSWARE, STONEWABB,
GLASSWARE BOOTS A SHOES, ROBE, TOBACCO, *i>.
I Call and inspect our Stock. Sat- 2
^isfaction as to quality and price 2
Two men, who were caught
stealing food, were shot at Daw
i ,10 First Ch»’, »rd will bs »«'id at Prices a, low an noy £
son. 'I’lie survival of the fittest
Mary IC. Ifolyhoss, has been ap
.... . Coui.ty. W* invite th* Benple to Examine our Stock andlBric«» o □
may be entirely a question of pointed postmaster at Van, vice 7 before Burch rasing Elsewhere. Mail orders receive prnuipt attention.
brute strength in there this wint Jane Clark, r. signed.
a«tu»rj»e jer j»r jero«rj«CJ»v J«r jerjecjsrjs
Rev. C. P. Bailey closed the series
of meetings at the Presbyterian
A Baltimore belle lias hail a church last Sunday evening.
beautiful diamond set in a gold
Mrs. (’ops)iall is having ths
front tooth. This attempt at | building, recently occupied by Mrs.
artificial brilliancy shows that this Whiting, fitted up for a restaurant.
woman hasn't got sense enough
Miss Cora Beach has opened a
to kiep hcr'mouth shut.
drers making parlor in the roorsn
adj lining Mrs. A. A. Cowing’s mill
A New York man trimmed his inery »‘orc.
corns with a knife, which he frad
Nellis Barker took nick on the
McCLAIN 4 WILLIAMS, Proprietor».
previously used in sharpening a road between here and Huntington
led pencil, and completely rid him this week, and w is compelled to
Tn.? proprietors of this large and commodious House are experienced
self of the pests, as he died a few ’hii-'- •• rm-.n to take his freight teso* hotel keeper* arid the public is assured good acommodatian*.
he returned home.
days afterwards from blood-pois ■ c
The discovery of antitoxin and oning.
R eligio * S ervices .—Sunday Dec
its application as a remedial agent
12, nt Burns, Union Sunday school
in diphtheria bids fair to take
¿'■¿TTarties desirig regular board arc requested to consult the
at 10:30 ar.d preaching 11:30 am.
Whisky and billiard balls were
At Harney Union Sunday school Landlord.
rank with the discover}' of vac-
about all the cargo that the Belia
cination as a preventative of j brought for the miners at Dawson in tl:e afternoon, preaching in the
J C. T empi . et . ix .
smallpox. The terrors of diph
City. Now w hen one miner asks
theria are scarcely second to those
Sheriff, McKinnon returned from
another to “take a ball’’ with him,
1 Prineville 1* t Wednesday evening.
of smallpox, and the mortality re-
an explanation ns to the kind
man, Hardy Allen, for wham
suiting fiom th« disease, under!
3 warrant of arrest, put up
the most prompt and vigorous
n good bond to appear at the May
treatment, before the introduction
If Mr. Dingley is laboring un term of circuit court and was not
of the new remedy, was such as
der the impre sion that his tariff bruught over.
to justify the terror which the
bill would do for an issue to “go
G. A. Hearth, the man at The
sight of a green flag lit the nt igh-
to the country on” next Novem Dalles, who is wanted in thi* coun
borliood moused. A reduction , f
ber. some one should unift-ceive ty on • 1 harpe of horse stealing
This popular Resort is furnished throughout in modern style.
the death rate in didhtheria from him. The enormous surplus he has sent a bond fur hi* appearance
Go per cent to about 14 per cent seems to contemplate is a long at circuit court next spring. The Nice Private Club Rooms, gentlemanly bartenders, and drinks
through the use of antitoxin at way off.
mixed to suit your taste. You are cordially invited to make
l and was sent to Canyon City and
tests the value aml'tixes the stand
this yonr headquarters while you are in the city.
was accepted by Judge Clifford.
ing'in nu uiial science of the ds-
M auhiep .—At tbo residence of
Saving money may be the very
best thing to do, but if everybody Cha*. Anderson, list Wednesday
started into do it, and keep it up ovening, Dec. 1st, Mr. Earl E liott
Instead of increasing the bond- fora while, about three-fourths amt Mi*» Dora Bringle, Rev. C. B.
ed indebtedness of the nation to of the world would soon be slav- Bailey, officiating. The young
couple ure residents of th* Narrows
retire ti e . greenbacks if they | ,ng gt;|rvation the f<tce
land are well known in this county
must be retired it would be
We extond hearty congratuUtiem
more sensible to create an annual
A Washington banker says the
Arrives at Ontario in 42 kours
gold sinking fund of several mil
Prisoners in tha ciunty jail at Leayut Burn« daily at 6:30 p m .
money power need not expect a
lion. tai i’ll from the revenues, gold bond issue at this session of The Dalle* made an attempt to
imdretireth.it milch each year.
pick the locks one night last week-
congress, foi he thinks the ad
They failed to get out and the locks
Fare One way 87.50. Round trip $15.00.
But the bond buyers do not want
were in such a shape that the otli-
this; it was not for this they
■enough to know that the people
Through freight 3jcts. a pound.
cers could not get the doors open
spent money so lavishly dining will not tolerate it.
at any P.O. on the route and covered coitefcea will
the next morning. The prisoners
the prisidetial campaign, but it
be furnished for passangers.
was for that eight million interest
II. A. Williams, Propr.
expert ciuld put the lock* in order
bearing bond issue; anl the po
litical debt must be p.iiil that is,
Yule Advocate: Mr. aid Mrs
I'oiigr»*» convened last Monday.
so say the powers that be.
D. A t'awltield of th.* Narrows.
Ar» we going to h»vo a I'lnist- Harney county, arrived in Yale
Thursday m ruing, and will visit
Vice-President Hobart should
have accompanied the assertion of
We are having a very wet spell lie ir daughter Mis J E Roberts,
during the cold season.
liis belief that congiess “will pass of n i-ather.
a cune icv law that will meet the
Ilarry Smith and his »ister, Miss
M re S. I.miipshirr is expect«.!
temper, the tom- and requti ements home from < ilifornia next week
Either, of Hurns, arrived here
Situated on Silvie* river 1 mil» East of Prims, near tha krid#
of the United Stales," with .i bill
Tt: i - T im 1 111:11 alii and St. L .uis 1'hursday ami uro visiting friends
in this community, lit ing the gorst»
of particular*. Dem c ats be Republic lor
Customers will receive GOOD FLOUR tr-'œ
a year in advance
of Mr ami Mrs. F Gellrrman of
lieve that such a bill would pro
L. Wuldenbcrg Jr. was down t'ottag” Grow. I Thsy returned Good Wheat
vide loi the coinage of gold and
I frain Harney the llrst of th. week hem’ this week —El> ]
silver on the same terms, but
F. M -Kinney hu »old his re*
they are not expecting saih legis
John Gil Iciest general foreman of
property in Burn* t > Mrs. U th- r. l . 1 S Co, sent four steer»
lation (rum this congress.
: W. Joni s.
Ibis week to
Henry Mill?.' at S.»n
W I) HUFFMAN.
a Christina* prerg.t
Ai > ording to the latest new -
pleted their work on the residence The ►terr- v,-.- rai -d br John !'•-
th ■ Cuban* ..re I iking the ending
of I S Geer.
vine, \lvo-d. and were said to be
<i[ the war into their own h inds
the finest specimens ever shipped
bv t iking huts awav from the ;
fro n this country On» th ee year-
Spaniard*, kt hen thev no lon
some time thi* week and report in old weighed 20001b« ami a two-
ger need help, Mr. M. Kiltie} will
favor of sealing Ur Corbett of tl.-« veer old weighed l,.vo Hu They
piomptly recognise state.
'. e sent over to the railro.l bv
their ind pendem e, and then ask
e.igy stage« in charge of Nick Dar
the country to give hitncredit for
< ■* are becoming »care» in Ksatern t ell, arriving at Ontario a few dare
it. Will it?
Oregon on account of them living ago.
against I ar'.'cd wire fenc»* and (ic
Democrat* have no lesporsibil- ing killed.
Thmutivl« tr* Ttyi«< It.
ities in the connection with this
Tn order t■ » i
the gr -at martt of
We mull r«‘aml thi’ Me»*rs Pi'i FVt C'rvatn tub • th n. » : » th *ti’e c tre
session of congress, fut tiler tha >
for •utArrh •• 4 Cob! tn ’1 > 4. ue have pre
A Ruh have dis-io: inued work on turrd
•.-» lr»*l Jr » far 10 tv nt a
to watch the republa an. and keep
the artesian writ on Cow cree« for UM ii ot your J lm'gulirto
the coimlri p >»t:d on then inten the winter They expect to sink
ELY MOA., U \. vr. al 5t. U. Y. City,
th ' w or*t k n4
I satler*4 bom
eev. ral wells in the western part of
. r hop* 4 lot
ever ata«* m l*>/. *’»4 1
Burns eerlv next epring. ,evrr*l eure, but KI. t ’ « Cream F
teem« to 4«»
) It h
timt- M vny
pwi ti-.o a Lave *t«-4
citiiene of that pirt of town think even
CM ▼ ?
The Daw xin A itv plutocrat, by it will lx cheaper to bore for water it w ih etori’enl reeuitK — htcar thtlmm.
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43 Warr»u Ava. Ch«cag •. 111.
practising the »tiniest economy, —pr >vi le I they can »1 ta n enough
Cream Dalm it th* ack B» wl -4ee4
jn ly keep from st wing tin« wint , for irrigating purpose- —than Ly enn I: -r catarrh an I eontam* tu» o » une,
mercury mor n ty injnritMM dr >g »ve,
U) c'eut* At drugip'W or l>y bmu L
W. B. FF1ATT, Secretary, Li’-.nort, Ind.
Ail Treated Alike. Table Service the Best.
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This cut represents our Train
load ot Goods as it appeared at the
Union Passenger Depot, Portland.
Buy your goods from the Largest
firm in Eastern Oregon,
who buy at the low
est prices and in
We MEET and BEAT ALE
competition and can fill all or
Has 250 thorough-bred bucks,
and will sell them from 4 to 8 do1
Veers for Business.