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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1898)
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CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896.
Are now ready to
take your order
for a spring suit.
will be greatly interested In our new exhibit
of the Kuh, Nathan & Fischer Co. Suits
this season. Purity of fibre, strength of
weave, careful blending of non-fading
colors—and the prices! A ten-strike in
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JUNE 29 189«,
Call and see
swer by addressing the secretary of
the Oregon Industrial Exposition,
Very truly yours,
B. S. P agve
Chairman Committee on State and
the next day another naval
gagement was told of in the
Four Miles Northwest of Juragua
Cuba, June 23, 2 p ni, per Dispatch
The fithers of the Republic
Boat Wanda, via Kingston, June 25
possibly fersaw that our dominion
—Dismounted American cavalry-
would be extended to the West
nen forcing their way over the
Indies, and it is not improbable
nountaia trails encountered Span-1 “What's all
those who formulated the Monroe
• h infantry in a dense thicket on a marchin’ round the teown fer?”
igh plateau almost overlooking asked Bill Good, who has not Doctrine ¿did not consider our
sovereignty over the West Indies
le city of Santiago de Cuba and been in the city for three months
incompatible with the principles
■uted them, after a sharp battle and rtfused to take a paper be
enunciated; but not even
sting an hour. This afternoon,
to i»v nl •» t¿»il t the
cause he (lont believe what they r Thomas
■strongly reinforced by the arrival
spectacle of the Stars and Stripes
of additional forces, the cavalrymen
They arc going to whip Spain.” flying over the Philippines when, in
held a position a,"little more than
a glorious burst of eloquence, he
five miles from the Spanish strong ' replied the polite polcentan.
waved his hand westward and ex
“Spain! Whereabouts is that in claimed: ‘'There i« theJEast—there
hold in southeastern Cuba, prepar
ing for a general movement on that the jography?”
lies India!’’ We are living in a
“Over near Cuba some place.” i swift age.
“Yes, 1 recollect Cuba on the
Today's victory was not gained
What kicked up the fuss?
without shedding of American
sunk the Maine.”
blood, and one ollicer and 12 of the
—T he T imes H erald and
“Out where Jim Blaine lives?” gonian for >2 in advance.
troops lie under the ground on the
5 field of .battle, while about 50 oth-
“No, the battleship Maine.,
T iik T imes -H erald and Si. Louis
¡era, including six oflicers, are in They put a mine under it. »
Republic for >’J a year in advance.
! the field hosuital suffering from
“And did the mine cave in.”
wounds. Of these 8 or 10 probably
“No, no, no! it blew it up.”
, will die. It is believed the enemy’s
“One of them durn missed shots
I loss was at least 50 dead, besides
| many wounded.
“Oh, go on! You’re to green
Go and subscribe for some paper
and get your neighbor to read it
The old man plodded along on )
his way, muttering that he would [
never take news paper, for he |
knew more now than all the
papers in christendom.-—Denver
[Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat- <
[ent business conducted for M oderate F ee *. [
iO ur O ffice is opposite U.S. P atent O ffice <
[and we can secure patent in less tune than those*
»remote from Washington.
• Send model, drawing or photo., with dcscrip-»
G.'ii. We advise, if patentable or not, free of J
»charge. Our fee not clue till patent is secured. [
'A P amphlet , "
to Obtain Patents," with>
[cost of same ’in the U.S. and foreign countries'
i sent free. Address,
• O pp P atent O ffice . W ashington . D C. !
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Prof. W. n. reek?, who
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makes a specialty of
Epilepsy, has without
doubt treated and cur-
ed more cases than any
living Physician; h(s
BucecM ’• fl8t‘>nwhing.
c have heard of cases
o£ so years’ standing
tie of his absolute cur«, free to any sufferer*
Who may »end their P. O. and Express address.
We advise nnv c«e wishing a onto tn addr««A
ProLW. O. F££KK, F. D., 4 C*<Ur 21.» Ifnz Tort
I. S. GEEK à CO,
Practically two battles were fought
i at the same time, one by the rough
! riders under the immediate com-
j mand of Colonel Wood, ou the top
All kinds of Machine extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinerr,
I of the plateau, and the other on the
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
HERE WiTH AN INDIVIDUAL ---------
hillside several miles away by the
t K zfcij
i----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------regulars with whom was General
* | The expedition started from
'Juragua, marked on some Cuban
He asked her if he might kiss , Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
, maps as Altares, a small town on
] her Dewey lips, and she replied |
Tin Shop in Harnev C®.
the coast nine miles east of Morro ' that he was as strong as Sampson
Give us a call and we will Convince you that we can giy. better
Pt'BLISHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY
i and she was but a weak girb
prices than anyone.
i cupied by the troops after their
RICHARDSON <fc STEVENS, P roprietors .
'r without the power to successfully
I landii g at Baiquiri last Wednesday. I resist him. and then the Schley
1 Information was brought to the
....... »n a» '
( young thing assum.d a defenseless
• ne Texx
American army headquarters by
hi Meath* .....................................
attitude, and, by 'Evans! the nau-
7ta.r ee Mouth«
Cubans on Thursday that forces of
! tical cuss took advantage of her
; Spanish soldiers had assembled at
! helplessness and kissed her once for .
state —ORBCOI •
place where the battle occurred
Ö W. McBride.
¡every star injthe union jack. And)
,^”Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solicitée ' to block the march on Santiago.
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The Burns Bar
CliY MEAT MARKET
W. K. Kl i.
Wm F l ord
is«ret»ry of 8Uta
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iust B«»li* lhitrhetio*
CUBANS FAILED HIM.
General Young went there to dis- ,
I lodge them,the un lerstanding being
that the Cubans under General Cas-
A. H alladay _ , contractor.
! tillo wohld cooperate with him,but |
Carrying U.S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Cos
the latter flliletj to appear until the
Ltave Burns Tuesday.Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon City | fight was nearly finished Then
I thev asked permission to chase the
and intermedi-11 >oints, Fare f 5.
fleeing Spaniards, but as the vic
tory was already won, General
Young refused to allow them to
take part in the fight.
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
G M Irwin
W H l.seda
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J C. woloerton
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FIRST DAY, JfLY 1,
Veg •• iblei of all
1 kinds when in
Lard, Butter and
I mile dash free for all, puree
j mile dash for Harney county
horses that never run for public
money . purse >225.
SKl'OXD DAY, JfLY 2,
Give him ex 07x11
| mile dash free for al.', purse <
Exposition at Portland.
I 2 mile bicycle race Harney coun- !
We havejust received the follow
i ing. which should betaken advan |* ty mtn, purse >50.
THIRD DAV, JfLY 4.
j mile dash free for all purse >200. ,
To the E ditor :—Th« exposition
| mile dash for Harney county!
to be held in Portland this year, cow horses, grass fed, untrained,)
opening September 22d and closing
4 Genera* Banking Business Transacted
vaquero saddles, purse >50.
¡October 22d. promises to be the
FOVBTH DAY, JfLY 5,
largest, best and most successful
ever held. In 1895 and 1896 it was
1 mile dash free for all, purse ’
given under the auspices of well >225.
5 mile race, change horses every
known business men of Portland,
as it will l>e this year. It is con mile, purse >50.
MACHINS SHOP IN CONNECTION, Bicy.lei. M.w .ç Meekie.», «»■
Indian race 1 mile and reverse,
ducted. not for profit or gain on the
part of the committee, but to dis purse >25.
it., r.pur.d promptly and latufact.rally
---- D< THE
C onditions :—These races will be J
play to the people of the Pacific
Northwest and to many eastern vis governed by the rules of the Pacific
itors who may be sojourning in our Blood H.rse Association. En
midst, the wonderful resources of trance ft. in all races, not other
this favored portion of our country wise specified, 10 per cent of amount
There will be given prizes consist of purse, five or more to enter and
ing of cups, medals and diplomas three to start. In case that purses
It is on. of th. Strongest Companies in th. M orid.
for all the best and most meritori above given do not fill with five
ous exhibits of grain, grasses, fruit, complete entries, th» board has the
(frtsh and preserved) vegetabl««, power to reduce the ainoouts of the
etc., and no doubt many of your purses as in their judgment seems
It ha* ever >187,176 40« in a»»ew and a record of 52 year», dui- patrol s will desire to make exhib proper. The directors reserve the
right to postpone any and all races
jnf all of which time it has steadily ineraeaed in strength and its.
proapentv BECAUSE you can bcrrow money from th. Coan I
Exhibits from your section will on account of inclement weather.
pane at 5 per cent per annum, after your Polity has been th re.
.rtainly take some prizes Space If above races do not fili. purses will
y.ara in feree
,s free, exhibits will l>e transported be given for special races, to be
substituted by the directors Purses
without cost and there will bo no
will be divided 70 per cent to the
eXpenee to any exhibitor. The
T.u do n.t htv. to di. to win If y.u live 10. 15 or 20 years managers would be pleased to nave first horse. 30 per cent to the second
»11 entries close by 8 o’eiock p m.
y.n ran srttl. vour policv in any way that best ruits yoar e«r-
rm> to •"••• * th« tic — Ur .ash ta.d op iaacrr-i»«. annoily nr you inform your readers of oar in on the evening proceeding the race.
tentions. Any one wishing to make
Gao RHBLI.gV, President.
FwM «Loot Muth o( Post OIL.«
exhibits or iwquiriM concerning the
J J D' mibc . n Secretary
• xp.>eiuoo will rec-ive a prompt an
Why Evrey Man Should Insure
C A SÏEEK.
B F WHITE, Vicr-PM.»«**
The Burns Jockey Club will cive
four days racing, July, 1, 2, 4 and 5
I Corn B'ef, Pork
C. H. VOEGTLY
»TLVA XIBIKAH B.freeH. .«
HOWARD SEBREE, P««O»«T
NEW YORK LIFE
Cheap tor Cash.
Dr. W.L. Marsden. because