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®»“*iCOmLI¡)ATEI) JULY 22, 1896
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. DECEMBER 29 1S97,
The Money Question.
as if cut by hand © ith an ax.
INDIANS AS STOCK RAISERS.
states that seven acres per
The Problem of the Kace Seems to Ho
i The administration is passing can be cleared with it.
Working .t.ai'lf Out.
Judge D. M. Browr ing, commissioner
along a rocky road in its pursuit
of Indian affairs, has been visiting n
MASON & LONDON
of currency reform. President
A Quincy, ill., baby is the number of the coast Indian agencies
McKinley, through Secretary smallest baby on record, having and came to Salt Lake from the Fort
Gage, is trying to keep the prom entered this vie of tears last ILall
“My observations on this tour and
ises made to the people of the ■ week as a feather weight of less the i xpcrience of the hurra a generally
show th at. the Indian service is improv
country in ihe last preside.'
■ ii i one pound. When dressed ing,” the eommislsoner says. “The
campaign, but finds himself unabic ui some doll's clothes, the young gu.verrlucnt is endeavoring, ns fast a.
potsTle, ar.'l as far as treaty stipula
to deliver the goods.
lady scored another ounce. Her tions wM! permit, to make the Indian
I Senator Allison, < f Iowa, one of face is not much larger around self-supporting. Of course, the task is
a diillcult one and many failures must
■ the oldest of the republicans lead- than a silver half-dollar; the wee result ix’fore the desired conditions are
. ers, has recently made the follow fingers are no thicker than a darn brought about, but we uresut isfled with
the progress bring made. It is not ex
ing statement: “I do not take the ing needle; her feet one-quarter pected that many Indians will become
despairing view concerning our ! of an inchin length, while her legs professional or business men, but it is
NOTICE TO PUBLIC:—Commencing December 15th, we
believed that they can be taught tube
currency which the president pre ' at e the size of mamma little fin- fairly good farmers and stock raisers.
will inaugurate our Annual Clearance Sales for the purpose of re ¡
sents. While there are sme i:n- ' ger. Never was there such a Gradually the lands of the tribesare be
ducing our large slock, prior to taking count of stock for the New
ing apportioned in severalty and the
pro- ements which 1 should like to fairv child born in the state of tribal relationships broken up. Where
see made, I think we will be able Illinois, but the best of it she the lands are fit for agriculture th?
We allow a CASH DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT upon
Indians are given implements, wagons
to get along if we do not get any seems perfectly healthy, with the and scixls. They arc aided in the eon-
J all pinchases made during the time of our sale, with the exception
I currency legislation, and as the abiliiy to grow larger every day. . ‘.ruction of hou.-a s end then allotments
are fenced. In the dry districts, wher i
situation presents itself now it
Mot ’ -1 at ing’only is possjLle.a few head
Remember we carry the largest line of Boots and Shoes, Rub-
• f attli’ art given •.’••li indi-i 11 an-’ t•' «*
looks as if it might be impracdc-
ber Goods, Hats and Caps, Dry Goods, Ladies and Gents Furnish-
sale of their stock is prohibited iriiil
' ing Goods and Hosiery. We carry the stock that makes the prices
»hey have a certain nurrbor. Thin plan
I uliman car. Il<- was kicked 111 has worked quite, hi a t isfartoriJy on i ’■ '
lines of the Pr - .' 1'. •. ■
and can not be undersold bv any legitimate competition.
lands. When a contract, for beef
the face bv a persan already occu Siuux
ha«' 11< i'll uav rded n nd i uroha-ses unfit i
“Others of .u iraders > i u.- pying the berth, and 1 very ugl\ il are to be tnntlr 1 ic indn'B v invitt-d
u* y-.dl -i.rpliL?
to t: >■ yov.-rni.’cnt
i ’ i • t<
republican party are expre; •.¡ng scar w.is the result. He astonish at the col
price. N qi long ago al
themselves likewise and ••currency ed all of lus friends, who knew I ihe Fino Ridge agency GUO head of cat
tle were bought from Indians on these
reform •ì ” in consequence is one of him "before” and ‘•after,” by ex-' terms and the rod cattlemen were
the impossibilities for the time plaining it was only “a berth n:*!urcJly much pleased with their suc
MASON <&• LONDON
cess as f tock-rnifirrs. I believe the
being, at least. In spite of the mark.”
Ind an problem will work it If out in
I thi. v.'«v. The solution will lake time.
fact that Secretary Gage is before
reports I bnt the ’’av 13 canrnff when the <Jin-
A New York ex< change
a republican congress with a plan
| tribution of rations will cease an<l the
stab , Indian, having become eclf-Mistiunlng,
of currency reform which meets the case of a man ivlio
II n.» Irunrnv l»n •! I* rd nf tin» nn.f i'll "
no l'i’^'T bo i vani of the rat’.on.’
every demand regarding the finan bed in the tenderloin, No miss —Salt I.nl o '"u’bt’no.
1TKK1.* POX® PiAMdS.
STRllIl A ZEIDLER PIAMOS.
cial question, upon which the vic s'eak about that.
tory last year was won, almost a
Th e man who made $ 10,000,-
11 g deaf ear is turned to him and his 000 out of cigarettes» is finally
FVDLISIIFI) LVíRY WETMEILAY
JOMM I-. STRATTON-
I plan will receive little if any Slip- going to join the army that his
port from that body.
cigarettes have sent ahead of him.
'> a BANTCS,
PUBLISUERS AND F r OPBTKTOUS.
Imporlarsuf and Wteolcal. ^.alara la all telad» i f
A rural correspondent in Geor
Jini, üu !'/4T8. Banjos. Wsiidotlnos. Accord«.. .,
A Eargain With th© Bryanltei.
gia, in writing to his home paper | Li.ami-af.
XU MC RI FT ION RATES:
¿C..&J1 kin.*.» of Ctringt», ttc.,«ic.
Burns, Hurney County, Oregon
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BINITI JUDICIAL BltlRICT.
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Columbus, O., Dec. 24 The
I State Journal this morning prints
: a story that the republicans, led
by Charles Kurtx, in opposition to
the re-election of Hanna. The
¡1 store, the Journal states, comes
from a man who claims that Han
na will be defeated. The Journal
“Conferences arc being held
i in various parts of the state by
1 democrats who have gathered at
i the direction of McLean and tin
! free-silver li adi r to p'a 1 f <•
1 bringing pressure lo be •
democratic members of the o
1 lature to vote for Governor Bush
nell, and the argument wh ch is
used in these conferences to con-
vince the doubting a id bring con-
viction to the hesitating is that
Bushnell has surrendered lo the
Bryanite idea of t'nian e and will
ac with the free- Ivor party in
the United States sen.ite. ii elect
Banking Business Transacted
Nord Sagebrush Cutter.
■ABXBT LOBQK. MO. TT. I O <> F.
■ nata at Odd raltra. Ball, erar' V» • !»
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ML. Law ■
of the Christmas holidays, says::
“This will be a sad Christin is to
us. Only 15 of oar children will
be witii us. Th" Lord took three
of ll-.em from us last year.
A “new woman,” typewriter
and bookkeeper, tari, his "i>-
scouded from San Francisco, u.ic
ing with her a large sum of mon-I
ev belonging to her employer.!
The Coliseum building at Chi
■ which the national ilcino-
cratic contention was Leki last I 1
caught lire from ekctiic!
“Matilda, I wish you would a»k i
that young Mr. Pet rs to have bis '
cull' button replated.’’
“Why, maiuma what d> you I
mean?” ’’ “Thev
..—. . ¡< ave
-- streaks 1
on tli! back of your shirt waist ’
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ar weekly. Its political news is
prompt, complete, accurate and im
partial as all its readers will testify.
It is against the monopliea and for
It prints the new» of n’l the world,
h iving»¡¡ecial correspondence from
ui important news points on the
It his Lrillisut illuBtrationa
-tori, a l>v creat authors, a capital
■h.i'.ioi p. ei', com ph. tv markets, de
partments for the household uud
women'» work and other special de
partments of unusual interest.
We oiler this uneqMalcd news
paper ami T iik T im ns-H erald to
gether one year for $2 25.
The regular abscription price of
the twe paper» is $3.00
Prof. W. H. Peeke, win
makes a ap«eiultr of
Epilepsy, kaa without
doubt treated and «cr
ed more rasos thaa any
h living Physician; hia
I nucceaa is astonishing.
Wo havu heard of ease«
of sa jrcai a’ standing
t h i«*dia-
h • linda
— abaolute euro, froe to Any «iiff©r©r«
muy send th« ir P. O. and Exproo« nd Ur ©a*.
a«1vi«a any oua wishing a ©nr© tn arldre©«
rwew. ä . rim, y. < Wy x.. «trTja
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
pi^^^I^a^urid^'rrAde-Aiiirkfl. Copyi ights
and Label« regiatvred. Twemy Ave_^e’J,r"neiZ
Mrisnce. We report whether patent can be
Soured or not, free of charge.
jiitll patent 1©allowed. M pu «* 1,00,4
Celebrated Russian Gut
Th© Fine«« *"
I-very String Warranted.
John F. Stratton,1
Protect y - :r Ideas, the» nuty brlBg yon wealth
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nev» Wa<bU>«t'rt>. 1* < L»r the.lx 81
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All kind» of Machine extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
Youth — T b. g, sir, for the hand I
of ¿¡.tighter. I cannot live without1
Ohl Orump—“Gl il to boar it |
sir. I can't live with her. Name Gii-deri Pe»<lr n»d Rporfing Good».
’he day young man. and !i»v’ it
in ’Inrnev Co.
Hi.. F)‘ Um
give me tian to re
Give us a nail an ’ we will Convinca you tbs', we ran gir«, batter
fl-ct.” The girl think-papa dene',
pric^ than anyone.
V Jones it in cl iv«r?
. Liil'vO.t' H ri.' ■ J
' 11« lu.« j .st uo-.iri'ii
shop, building a mai inne o r c.car-
who got a 120,000
ing land of »agebru h. The p'ari ¡
C Ä SWEEK.
’ of the machine is ft otn an idea ,
Lid>'—“But it eem» to me you
I originated by Mr. Larson,and has
ATTORNEY- AT-L aw ,
v( ry high wag»», when you bc
been operati d by him w 1 per
■ that you have 1,o’, hid
TRISCH A DONNEGAN, Proprietors.
fect success It consists of t.vo
mm jixp ri.n •Biddy—’ Hur»,
heavy limb rs. p’aced in the form
marm. ain’t it harder work f >r me
of a V, on the lower side <>f whi h when I den’t kouw Low?'’—Trav
are fastened steel knives, similar I
Fin-3 W nos Xdquor« A-* C4.**’«
to a mower sickle. From the 1
RIAL MTATf AaF.?rr.
center of the V shaped fr ime, and
A a ai.’i »»»»ring club ha» !> ••«<
k,nd «• Gent« ter Amt*« Owlflt, «ml io Cr«t« fo«rOteT
70*paff«, lUaauaUd CaUüogac of Libi©«, Albums, Lu
extending Iwick »cver.il feet, is a o: gsniz d in a Kentucky town, and
rycourteou» treatment guaranteed. Your patronage Bolichea
heavy timber w ilh heavy knives » ' n men l> r pay a fi. e of * cent-
attached vertically on each end for every oath. A part of the club
which hold the machine in pl.ee had a hv»ted political di»cue»ion
balare V » L«ii ' ©••
from srfral »>•!'*© ma4* within th© lui few wo©tea'
when in motion, by cut ing imo the other dav arci the treasury wa- M b T o «rore it. w© g a i«w
One Mgwnt aol
©opi©« lo tw.» an I a half 'lav*. Ano’her wM I. imh *« i « !«• <«7«;
awilled bv additional »u:n of »• '-
anJ another 80 to thr©« 'tajr* <>n© agent in tadiaua sold Henpie© in two nvi. An a«««K
the ground. It requires four
Xv ¡o Mouth < AFuh«a«o4d 48 oup<©a in throe dara
ar©nt in < r*»rgia arU«l »»• tw© haya.
enleen dollar» an i aixty-tive cents. M
An a<©at Ift <^w4rai Meg a wdd « «n-i«« »•
horses to pull it. Mr. Lnrton
TfJ mimm we allow ag*wS©. ewd th© Iwins^w pop« anty of thia w<w Wrfa4 bowk.
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
♦>»•© with wte»©te it eel la. Share is noshing m whieb a hr«. pn*L ag man onn ©wtAf© 8rtet«h
used a similar machine last winter
..Ch pewtesn F« laB.M© *©•
-a4© IICI M U tete Uyi w^u
ma4*S»©40la three4aj»; a*«»©a©» >e.%> ia aaa 4 a #i •*»«•**
who are mining for Jack Ch milter» X3! TaNBdarWSa.”
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C ir'vin ; U. i^. M iils *nd Eastern Oregon Expr*.e Coe Kxp.tt cred with heavy .bru»h and t
a n leveling off tbe groti.id floor M
I,•*»« Burnt To«aiay.Thuraday,Saturday,for Caayon City re»u't wwry -a
liiscov-red a ri h »«ant of quart?.
machine cutting every bruah off
OREGON and inttrmadi t«
The Burns Bar
S $10 Every Day Can Be Made by Agents.
Dr. W.L. Marsden.