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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JANUARY 1!» 18LS
A Funny Tariff Story
A ¡Simple Fire
Now and then as dry and dull a
Hard grenades,the simplest ferrn
subject as the tariff brings forth a of (ire extinguisher, cm bo made at
funny story. When Mr. Dinghy home cheap!;.- and easily. And it
prepared his tariff bill, he did his is well to have at hand a simple
best, aB he thought, to protect contrivance fur extinguishing a
American mineral water, A dutv small fire at its start.
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
of 24 cents a gallon was thought t >
Taku twenty pounds of common
be enough to keep out all these alt and ten pounds of sal anm.cn-
Plows, Bicyclo Sundries, etc.
foreign waters, espscially the flan- iac (nitrate of amtnenia, to be had
nadiau waters. But a firm that of any druggist»), and dissolve in
was interested in the im.e r'ati n seven gallons of water. Procure
of Canadian mineral waters, with quart bottles of thin glass, such as
ruin staring them in th-' face, ap are ordinarily used by druggists, Garden See l, and Sporting Goods,
plied to a Boston lawyer for as- and till with this, corking tightly
land sealing, to prevent evanora-
NOTICE TO PUBLIC:- -Commencing December 15th.
see," exclaimed th | tio».
Give us a call and we will Convince von that we can giro better
will inaugurate our Artnu d Clearance Saleajor the purpose of re
.shrewd man. “There is no du'y • In case of tire throw so as io break price« than snyone.
ducing our large slock ¡trior to taking count of stock tor
£_. the New
at all on ice. Why can't you in or near the flame. If the fire is
Y e ar
fiei.ie vmr mineral wa r aud : ia such a place as to prevent the |
bring it in as a solid, fre* of duty.” ' bottle from breaking as in wool or I
We allow a CASH DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT upon
all purchases made during the time oí our sale, with the exception
“Just the thii g,” exilaimsd the j cotton, knock »fl- the neck and seat
11 r the contents.
Tests were made that showed
Remember we carry the largest line of Boots and Shoes, Rub
The breaking of the bottle liber-
ths water was not hurt bv freezing, , utvs a c-i tain amount of gas. and
her Goods, H its and Caps, Dry Goods. Ladies and Geirs burnish
then the mineral water man fuz-.- the heat of the lire generates muro,
ing Goods and Hosiery. We carry the stock that makes the prices
II. C. LEYENS Prop.,
his product into 500 pound lumps thus working its own destruction.
and can not be undersold by any legitimate competition.
and brought across the border. It
comes in duty free, and besides
this gain the importer g 's a lower
freight rate s>n 1 avs the costs of
ths casks. Thus a smart lawv.r | The other day Senator hundl -r Pnrn B'rf, P rl !
get» ahead of Uucla Sam and the had a cotiferei.ee with preside nt Me- j r(,
Kinley upon the rut'jtct of bimetal
lism, and he said after the close of
“The president stand» (irmly in
8 B. Nickum, the inventor of a favor ot international bimetallism.
new light which he claims will rev • as promised by the St. Loais plat
olutionize the process ef illumina form. Ho considers the negotia-
tion, is inacceseible to al! colters, lions with the European powers
rt’BLtS.'lEU BVMRY WSDHMDAY
U 3 the dorrs to hie workshop in Log only temporarily smq nd<d on nc-|
ansport Ind., are locked.
: count of the peculiar conditions of
’¡ he inventor's brother can be affaire in India and it 1» the presi
tS‘:S A !*.?■? P HOPS I STO RS.
seen, however, and the following dents intention to again send his |
staterc nt as to the new light was envoys to Europe as soon as the
is 1 «' i a', k Í» A À iiaî» .
! conditions are fayorablo for contin
Ok» Y »sT
1 “The light is contained in a uing negotiations.”
tel ii.-> i.aa
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round glass globe or sphere, in
Chandler added th. opinion that
which so-called gravitation is cut the president is as eurm stly in favor
off. Ti e lights can be mado al of bimetallism, the use of both met
most any brilliancy, from the size als as standard money, as the sena
» tá 7»--<»» s ~«>» :
of .1 [. a to that of the most power
• W. Mclrid«.
GUN ò .
fol arc light, or even greater Ths
light is a I eautiiul, never flickering
. C. M.Idleman
A:' a. y ûeatral
Wm F L*rd
white light, and when the globes
MACHINE SHOP in CONNECTION, Bicycles, Mowing Machines, G une
.. . Pkil. l.v, Eck*«
fre.s it ♦-
ut», repaired promptly and sati»r«et»rally
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constant forever thereafter.
< a ■ ■ ?. ■ h e .•
) K ». Bear..
“Tlier» are no wires and no elec is to be complied witii. His body
...Z C. Wo’ V«: xn
lapreteiB Jn íjm
) >. A. Meere
tric current is used, but the light is to bs cremated. It will be taken
aiMlT« J'SOICIAL »ISIRtCT.
. .M.Ü CL’ if »:» j
'never goes out, and, when r.ot in' to i'asndena for final disposal. The
C. W. l*«rri«M- tyfleeond kaHd instruaient» Ulm in part paynuat for new <n ».
»’•tnet Aiiot utT
use. can I e placed in the bureau corp: * was taken from the home to
.0. L. Patter»«*.
!•» a. Rec *ï»i;tativc
rt Y ï ’ a W
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drawer or any convenient place un ' undertaking parlors and placed in
• JUTT—MARKIT :
til nsrded. The globe is cold.
C. P. Ruthe: fori
I a metallic c ifsket, sealed and ready
• •■■ty j 4<ig«
11. ‘ Kelley
“Tiiere is no possibility of a fire • for the fl imcs. After ere mation
I a r r e y «J r
for the instant there is crack in the undertakers wiil convey it to
. .(D) -- A . J. Me Kinne«
W. 8. Water»
w c. ayra
«fi cel Stf»t'i«teft<e«s
íf • t )
1 w Davi«
guished. They can be broken in
A. B. Kat ka
a . .
.. . (Dit
a keg of powder without the slight
RAB3KY T. B. KAUR office :
est danger of an explosion.”
B. F. WHITE, VlCl-PWERiBfHT
HOWARD FE.BREE, PRt»»E*T
.... A. A.Uoriag
Barns, .Jlaraey County, Oregon
CI Y MEAT MAEKET
C. H. V02GTLY
W. R. SEBREE, C ash
BTLTA K2RIKAH Degree Mo *8
M»»>t ovtrjr 1st
Id Wednesday .
Miss Jentic M< Ph?8‘.eiR X.f*.
M rb Lease Zeigler. Bee. see y
A. • U. W. Rvrns Lodge. Xt
KAMXaT LO»',X. »0. Tt, I.® ® »•
•on at use rate*» a«r.*»»ry s» «ra.y
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l r l.i»l«r, M«J
The Bums Bar
Minneapolis, «Jan. 12—Fusion of,
Marit Elected IJy One.
th© silver clement.« in .Miniv ’ota1
is ©fiicially endorsed by tbo Biate (
Columbu«, O , Jan. 12.—Marcus
centrai committeenr n.
A. ILmna was elected today to
represent Ohio in the senate for
seven year» and two month«. If
A traw ling man Et«pp»l into a tr '"1
McKinley should be i re-elected hotel, t»ok a seat at tbs table and
Hanna would still be there to th» ' tj„. Wlljter ¿aT8 him a bill of fare,
B lums , O ki . son ,
A Generai Banking Business Transacted
First door south of l’o-l OMicc.
end of th* president's second term. Now it happened that the landlord
Factional fighting has waged had leased the otT side of the bill of
among Ohio republicans for years. far» to local carriage manufactuier
Hanna came out at the state con woo placed an “ad.” thereon with
vention in Toledo last Jun* and pictures of his vuhi< les. 1 tie wait
defeated Krutz, ths close friend cf er was in a hurry and handed him
Foraksr and Gov. Bushnell, for th« bill wrong side up. John toak
chairman of th» »tats commit:*«, a look at the several illustrations,
and has had a factional war upon .curled his mustache with his left
Lims'lf ever sines.
1 hand, finally looked up at the girl
and »aid: “1'11 take s ram .! i *ggs.
TRISCH A DONNEGAN, Proprietor,.
Gold From Klondike.
a ceuple B ingor tuggi**, a
Seattle. Wash—Thirty-five men de-four and a road cart. Got any
direct from Dawt m arrived in Se-j whosl barrows? Th* girl flew
Il is or* of ths Strongest Companies in th« World.
attic last we. k. The»» men brought
T,lon«rs Ar A OI t ®-"“*
down 4100,000 in nugget«, th»
It takes a great deal of money to j
heaviest individual owner having
dree» some women an they prefer.
! A P.oston woman who died th*
f^-Courlcous treatment guaranteed, Your patronage sekciUfe
It h is over ? 187.170,41'8 in ntFFiB and a record r " •’>?
I. Btr»r ; E s
other day had her bustl« lined with
I Now comes engineer» who say •24,000 worth of greenbacks
prosp ritv. I'.E ’> < - K yon *m G.rrow -...... f nui lb« ( Cfks
that Scotland and Ireland are to
pa* r at 5 p»T - ent per ««num, after y«er r«h«y hat •••■ lbi+*
have railroad connection by a tun
vrars in fore*.
nel floating under water ar,.I kept
A wi e dcssrterin Anderson, Ind.
steadily in it» place by being prop- han b*en sentenced to th» Indiana
Gurns-Canyon Stage Line
reform school L»r boys. H* is not
erlv an- hord.
Y<!n net hue* t© Hie t© win If yen I»** 1^. lier M ▼ ••TB
vet nineteen year» rd 1 Th» ¡’hila
▼our p^’i®- in bht wwv that htBt fliti ▼••r eir
J. A. HaLTADAT, contractor.
Thoroau says. Awy Bobhneu»^ delpbia Tr»«s thinks tl.a» wh I- h*
« »i the tn©
ier •u»h pa -J «p ih»m* e. ••••*»< x
I egir s at n< • to refino a man’» is . ckod up hi»w ■
L ave Burn» Tuesday.Thuroday.Na’.iirdiy,for Caoyon City features, any n »• ■ i ••»» or •« n»ual- her chance to attend some good
..J intermodl't» «oint», Fare 15.
ity to iml ru’» the n
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Cheap for Cash.
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