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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1898)
THE NEW STOEE!
time ago and the latter gave up the
- ji «< x »« c -
campaign, which wm to he a grand
military coup do grace ¡n ths prov- ;
inee of Santiago de Cuba or pruvinoe i
« . :.st:»D.iT. M.XKi H
of Puerto Principe.
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I , hddit' n to p
tbu troeha the innurgeuti, turntu
The friends of bimetallism, of
Paud'/s tlinli. It is possible this
good government, of American
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fl t ink
will • Lu
patriotism, all who i’.'vor running
of iLit i
carrying out the long ! ¿
our affaii in our own wax', with
out regard toother nations; in fact,
Geueral I I’ando's puipose. to fur- Q
ther which he ha» ordered a prat-
all who believe in a republican
W’e regret the publication of tical armistice in the eas.i rn part
____ XYe Carry a C. »p
form of government, must unite
and present a solid front against rumorb that Bo-s Hanna is profit- of Cuba, is slated succinctly us fol
the money power. The only sure ing through coal contracts made lows:
To have a parronul conference
wax to do this is to organize in by the government; but if such
every town .and precinct: form be the truth people ought, of xvith Gen ral Garcia, President
M isso and oth’-r insurgí-.its.
clubs and associations, discuss the course, to know if. By the ; wav,
even with General Girtirz, if possi
conditions and present the facts. Hanna was conveniently a
hie, i.rd to make them u formal
The alertness of the money power when the Senate voted on that
ofl'-r of autonomy accordin? to the
is start hug and must be met. Give $5 >,ooo,o >o appropriation.
program drawn up by the radical 3
y our personal attention and lend
wing of the p irty.
your influence in every possible
This ofltr includes, in return for
In haling a icp- rt of the Maine
way to bieak the f< ice of the active
ending of the insurrection, th-
explosion made to order for the
w ork of the enemy. The decep
and di 1-lnding of nl
special purpose of antagonizing
tion, misrepresi illation and plaus
*-¿/*’):ir Gl»™’-: “Pr l iist
the repot’ of our Naval Court of volunteers, commercial treaties to !
ible statements must be counter
he c-.nelu 1 d without -pan sb in > in Tarnr-v 1 fii.i ’V
Inquiry, fur the purpose of trxing
acted by the tmth. If the mass to stave off the inev't .ble. Spain terference, a maximum sum of 2 Indi’!.* Purch t>:ng E -< " li
of n ters really and thoroughlx has followed its usual custom of $2.00(1.1'111) annuall'.' to be paid t>
mid. rst< < <1 the danger that men ignoring such troublesome things Spain by Cub >, no i -urg nts to
shot or imprisoned on account
aces their xvelftire, then- would be as truth and honor.
the existi'-» insurrection and
no trouble. I loxv cm the facts
insurgents to Le sent as pris -nc-r-
.-mil the truth be most thoroughly
xve to out of Cuba fjr future political of
pies.-nted is the great question. i Mr. M. Kinley will do well
th»*'fl '.v a lible attention tithe xvould- fensi-s.
Mr Bl V.Ilk pel ten intl\- gives t..
Il is believed the propos-1ion will
' be political government con
warning. If the financial policy
Le refused, however, a-i-1 that tie
of tlx- government (which is the tractors, who are said to be | intervention of the I’nit-i ’• ites i-
most impoit.mti can be controlled getting quite numi-rous i-i Wash i imperativo
by tin- Money Power, the same ington; they care nothing for his
power ran control any other ques reputation, so long as they can
LAIN À WILLIAMS,.I ropnetors.
tion or po'icy of whatever magni i pocket large pi olits.
Tue pr • -i< t- . of th: ■ 'ng - .-.I . mi odious House are expi riein d
Belotr xvr- giva t'- ■ number ( :
tude when it is necessary! ’ Life,
k :ep. i- ..nd the pui.hc ¡s arsurnl good a-.- ommodatiei.s.
di legat-.-s from each precinct to tir
Let us hurry up and . et S
libel I y and the persuit of liappi-
ness is granted to us. Lct us thoroughly licked bi-f U e
ga u d oui sacred rights 1 1 \ .ilion- fishing season opens, Most men - iihieb meets in
would rather li h than to light, Curry, 4
but it ought to be possible for Poison Creek,
them to do both, So. please ‘'get Hornet, 5
President Andrew Jackson ^i’-
Crane Creek, 2
a move on", Mr. Mac.
pointed a friend to represent thf
Pino Creek, 2
I uitiil Stales in Constantinople.
“Ihit I know nothing of diplom
The fact that English eapa.ilists Al void. 1
acy,” confessed the appointee. liave been investing heavily of
•‘A.-. k . nothing but xx bat is i iglit anil late in Cui :i laib- ad- Hid tobac
submit to nothing that is wrong co plantations is significant. A
bi the 1 ' 11 a .
I h it's i li
: - Id elx oil tl.e i-'and a.- i
dvplom uy you need,” said “Uni -oon as it:, milt prudence is es'.ab-1
Hickory.” And this should ever lished.
Jack Dar.t isdo vn from the mine
be the instruction : of the Ameri-
i in people to tlici epri ser.tatii i s
It is a great pits that the dem ('reek M
entrusted in looking after their
ocrats of 1 \ nnsx lv.mia a>e not in
affaii s. Lx cry-thing is clear to the a condition to take full advantage
man wh > stands squarely for the of the W anamakei (Ju is scrap,
light, ami lie is the only man who by electing a democrat!, govonoi
Mrs. Í. K. Tudor is rvp >i te.l quite
i annul get I st, and it is the same
with the nation, it is only vs lien
J . .. All ers- n, wife, .i-.-l M *. Ri I
I’ri sident Kruge:, of the Tra: : -
we begin IO
to “ i do” others that
Bennett, xvere vi-i ing in Burn
others succeed in “doing” US
•■Tote fair” and the result A ill judgesand ollierw ise intimidates
Mr. am) Air». T d Haves and
known a the CzirReed
speak for itself.
little ».in Iteli tv re th: gite ts of
Mr. aid Mrs. Hobt. Drink water last
The goldbug money poxver .lie
ix< < k.
la ayes Burmi daily at ö:3ü r m .
Arrived at Ontario lu 12 imuid
xvtlhng to give up national honor, Exerx editor in tlicioutitrx ought
p iti iolisin. \m< ri< anism. in fai t to be able to endorse the motto,
all that has been fought for in the xvhtch the Bos'o'i lb st li i» adopt- '
Round trip $15.UO.
past and all that w e may expei t to ed -'Pi ni' with honor ur \\ .•
gain in the future for libel lx- and xx ith x idol x."
Through freight 3iets. a pound.
11 umami x, it the administration will
1 v □ d lyt u.itice ,-tl any I’. < > oti tho route and c -veri 4 i
i raxx lisli, compromise, accept in
If tl>e “iiexx woman" want to
be furnish--"! for passangers.
I. Wold iibnrg nns doing busi
deumitx fiom Spam and settle the enlist there will not be iuu.li i
with Hurns M n bants Satur
•'.Maineincident’' on a money basis. culine itbjeciioii, proxiding
In Cas ot war, stocks, bonds, and the wl o!i- tribe b made go
Tl.e dam i i n '.he 1J th. ti ns a
tin \\ all Si i vet gamble! s i ham <-s her.
in i-vi-rv p-rticular, and
for bum o games might be je. par-
dized. Shall Wall Street and
ph-asur if th' ex.-nii.g ibiime t
Lomb.n d street rule the nation.*
to be the g and.st of the season
We hope not. When xx ill the
Chiri-nce Drink« ter tin- in i■.>;- r
people the Aim rii an x, ter
is n ■« enjoying .. <q nt it ..n :n tl.i-
Situât ! ’ ** ' i rivrr 1 mile East of Pr.-re, near the l-.rid-r
stop this sitameli ss outrage.*
hili’ »i-e-md only I - that enjoyed by
National Intellegeni er.
the 11':- Ward Mi-Al- «'t r
Cl. i x.Hi'rs /.’ill rec give GOOD FLOU R fr^rr
Gov. Pingree wa w.ist ng time
when he issued a spe ial procla
mation calling» the attention <»f
members of the legislature and
the state otii-i lls of Michigan to
ill st i I xv against il-.eir accept
ing railroad passes. There is no
law against them buying tickets
at nominal prices; nor any doubt
that those who wish to d > so will
A. MILLER & CO
2 , C'all and inspect our Stock. Sat
? islaction as to quality and price jj
This cut represents our
load of Goods as it appeared
I hi- X. ullage Grove Mrssi-ngei
• The people should not
pat t oiiize a business m.m w ho dot s
not patronize hi» paper. A man
xx li- * is too stingy oi out of date to
advertise, will give you short
xx . iglit and cut .m inch off their
xaid stick». In fact such men arc
ncVi-i culet pt ising in but one thing
and that is to get a dollar,.! s nglc
il -liar ami hold onto it until the
god ie-s of Itbeilx is choked to
I heir motto is.“xx e take
but in vi r give.”
The people of this c mntrv are
prai tixa'.lx una. m. u»lx in fax r of
driving Spain on' f Cuba regud-
li-»s o( whether it meet» the de
mands mule b\ tin- administration
on .noiinl < f the bli xx mg up of
th • 'lame
W e hope that Mr.
Mi Kinley intimi- to c.irrv out a
pol’.y in . .mot dance with this
nentim.-nt, and if hr doesn't ilo «o
i-- "g t-t
of his ow n will, Congu-s should
compel him to d > so.
th: ugh General Par d>'» 1:tic» »•
who buy at the low
est prices and in
We MEET and BEAT ALL
competition and can fill all or
INI-., • I V ’ropriet r
WINE- I.Ixif. Rs AND CIG'RS.
fours for Business
iirrn in Eastern Oregon,
from the Largest
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R. k . AN G I-.
Un’on I rssenger Depot, Portland.
D iir 21s O.11 tari a
Gov. Bi il k il sp a id i> .-■ e
l’or the State Cinmiien.
sense than some of the older poli
ticians whin he sat down on that
l-'.-r e impnigr, purpt »os
bill to i u: tail 'he liberty of tl.e
We.kix- Cqitil J..II n .1 i-
press in New V. i k.
from i>ow until June 10;h in
of tin ->r more al '-’it . nt» i ael
If Spain xx ¡.»lies to ) axoi.l xx ar, - riher. A-->>< i.ition Pr C.-9 h * •' s.
-he xx oulil take al n. sti p in the d: i t:--i m of »tate affai r*. advoc V
right dirceli >n bv i e o uiiling the i't’ p I'b-’s reform* are fl'pvcial La-
unit pomicili e of I ’ .i ’ a
The Journal stand* Ai . free ani
iti<*r al pa
p r •
drstnix Uon of ino* »»n
o!v ft ¡a’ i’c.4:.a et Ì ■J ’d it •••’. tiir-c
election » ill »niciaG. re*
liigh m » ì tri •’» It
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for Mat? an<l county go
circulai? a dollAr** wurth
The Boise t-lati-min of recent
Wcrklv Jou n.il ♦! a v
dst» say» m part-
Cent lUtlv 2.’» cent.* a u
Tli» autono’i.i-t govemment. \ rar Add re».*.
backs'l bv n.ihti-y suthoritie» ami
Horaa R ro «.. S
the g vermue» t at Madrid, is now
playing it» la»t caTxi t<> » ut.-p-s »
in Cu' , ai.a p*evt nt
on the pxrt <>f the I ute.l St it. •