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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1898)
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available, and surely Spain lias no
eager desire to invite a visit from
them. Spain is licked —and she
realizes it. Hence the quibbling
and the fencing will be only for
eff -ct—with possibly a hope of
saving a few spars from the wreck.
H C. Turner was in on business
We met E. T. Haley, of the Nar
rows on our streets this week.
THE NEW STOLE!
R, A, MILLER & CO
A. C. Worthington and family
have moved into the Geo?Sizemore
residence in the touthern part of
7 Ar Future of tiurnt.
We have, we presume, the most
Many contemplating moving to
thriving inland town in this state.
Burns this winter will have to build,
CORVALLIS & EASTERN
The question comes up, in what
as there are no vacant houses in
The Portland Oregonian makes town.
way shall its citizens proceed that
its prosperity and thrift may con the statement that before the
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8. K. Kelley has just returned
tinue? The railroad question en Spanish war started, arrange- i from a second trip to the Willamette
ters into this thought to a very merits had been made for con with horses th's season. He reports
great extent The fear of the struction of the Corvallis & East doing very well
load being made in the near future ern road to this section. Bonds
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, BOOTS & SHOES,
W. Y. King and family arrived
and leaving the town just far to the amount of $12,000,000 had from Bet,tin coui ty ye»t«rday
ROPE, TOBACCO, etc.
enough to kill it is intimidating been sold and the w ork of build They lost their horses on Beaver
many citizens, including business ing the find would have begun in creek and wire delayed two days.
men, all desiring to erect perma a vey short time if war had not
broken out. It is further stated
nent and attractive buildings.
Teachers Annual Institute.
This railroad has been talked bv the Oregonian as its belief
and ,»p culated for the last that, with the return of peace, the
The teachers annual Institute
twenty years but as yet has not project vv ill be received at once
will be beldjin Burns beginning on
appeared except in the mind and and that the construction work
Wednesday the 21slday of Sept., 2FSTOur Goods ar« First Class, ar.d will be sold at Prices as low as any £
vision of the timid man who fears will soon be under way. The at 10 o’clock a. m., and continue
in Harney County
We invite the People to Examine our Stock and Prices •
his own shadow. What proof road is the old Oregon Pacific. four days viz: Wednesday, Thurs ® before Purchasing Elsewhere. Mail orders receive prompt attention.
have we that a railroad, if made
day, Friday and Saturday.
through our valley, shall neces connection with a vast reigon of
In consultation with several of
sarily miss Burns? Will the effort great possibilities and cannot fail ottr leading teachers we concluded
it was best not to draft any legular
on the part of its citizens to im to be of great benefit.
program, but let conditions and cir
prove and by improving lead the
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instances peculiar to the work l
railroad projectors to believe that
we are determined to perpetuate from the Pacific will be the fore- govern each days proceedings
its permanency incline them be runner of ather railroad building The law regarding the attendance
of alHeachers in the county will
TRISCII <t DONEGAN, Proprietors.
cause of this to leave us? Is it for this section. While nothing
be strictly complied with, in cases
not more likely that the thrift, the is known abcut any connection
of »¡on-attendance, by lhe county
improvements, the go ahead-of- for the road here, it may be as superintendent and no excuse will
ness, of our citizens will offer an sumed, if it comes, that sui h a be regarded except impossible
inducement to the contractors to connection is anticipated. Boise obstacles to prevent attendance.
abide with us,,¡rather than leave Statesman.
W. C. B ykd ,
County School Superintendent.
Have the business men who
The hero kissing’f’craze can
have gone ahead and erected sub reach no loonier height than this:
stantial bin dings lost anything by New York policeman were about'
Rev. W. S. Holt I). D., of Port
so doing? Are they not, if not in
to arrest some "young girls for land, and Rev- C. R. Shields, of
the lead, side by side with the
kissing the grass not long ago in Union, expect to reach Harney val
ioremost? Ask the firms of N.
Central Park, when they gave as ley on Aug. 27, where they will
McCLAIN <fc WILLIAMS, Proprietors.
Brown & Sons, I. S. Geer & Co.,
an excuse that they thought it was assist Rev. J. C. Templeton in car
11. Al. Horton, all of whom have
rying out the following program:
The proprietors of this large and commodious House are experienced
erected solid stone buildings, and
hotel keepers and the public is assured good accommodations.
Geo. Ely a brick building and is
now having an addition of brick
Sunday Aug. 28, 11 o’clock, dedi
put lip, if they are not perfectly I on our hands now without count cation of new church, sermon by
satisfied and are convinced the ing Dole. Harrison is one and Rev. Shields. Evening of same
jfWTarties desir ig regular board ars requested to consult the
erecti'>n of solid business houses Cleveland is the other two. ÍZJ 'day sermon by Dr. Holt.
Munday and Tuesday evenings i Landlord.
¡»¡a pay ingjin vest merit.
illustrated lecture on Home and
Ask the citizens of this place
Foreign Mission. Admission 25
vv ho have built good ¿substantial
cents, children 10 cents.
ie vie ices ifj they ever^feel blue
because of the fear of a railroad
Parties desiring to move to* town
coni ng through and missing the during the winter season to send
Beginning Wednesday evening
their children to school, should look Aug 31, two evenings will be given
R. C. ANGEVINE, Proprietor.
to Missionary lectures by I)r. Holt,
Now the railroad, What evi- out for a house at >nee.
free to all. On Friday and Satur
dem e have we, that is certainly
day.evenings the illustrated lectures
reliable, th.il’the roadjif made
O. W. Porter went to Weiser
will be given, with admission same
willmiss Burns? You say “there Monday to attend to some business
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
as at Hart'ey.
h i»•been two surveys made and in connection with his large sheep
Sunday, Sept. 4, preaching at 11 FINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.
< ach < f them south of here.” interests.
o'clock by Dr. Holt and in the
COMFORTABLE CLUB ROOMS
What of it? Did you ever know
A sneak thief entered J. E. Mc evening by Rev. Shields.
a r.iilria 1 afteriwork began on it Kinnon's residence.last week and
It will be seen that the exercises
Old Robinson Building
to strictly follow the survey ?
stole jewelry valued at |(»0. A de are free to all except the two illus
Then 'every one, acquainted scription of tbe stolen property has trateli lectures, which will be given
at each place and the proceeds of
with this country, knows that a been furnished the officers.
roadj e.l following the foot hills
Last week J. C. Wooley mid Jack these will be left in the hands of
is »upt rior anil needs less atten ' Williams, of this city, purchased the church officers to be used for
tion than a road made over either the saloon at Haines, 12 miles from the advancement of church work
<»fj the ioutes^alre.uly surveyed Baker City, and Friday night, just in the county. These gentlemen
And (uttiler, the company build as they wore getting fairly installed are provided for with salary and
ing Hie road will be cognizant of tn their new venture, masked men necessary traveling expenses and
hence do not ask the people of this
the prune factor in the case anil entered their place of business and
robbed them ¡of .floO Joe had community for anything for them
that is, there can only be one
i gone home ‘for the night, leaving selves.
good town in the valley and the
Williams it: charge. About 12
best ha a:ton for that town is right ¡o’clock th > latter locked up mid
Iron »nd steel frem 5 to 7 cents per pound Just R, ceil ed one half car
liei e at Burns.
was setting ready to leave when he
l .S LAND OFFICE,
Load of Hardwood—First (’lass. Prepared to put in Felloes and Spoke» from
S > in conclusion we would ad- 1 heard a rap at the front door
Burns, Or., Aug 5, 1898. 30 to 45 cents Work and material guarauteed lobe FIRST CLASS in .very
v ise all persons contemplating Thinking it was a friend who
To whom it na»v concern: The particular Here is an >pportunity for ti e public to eel rood work done at the
I uttmg up good buildings to go | wanted a midnight drink, he open .official plats of survey of the town LOW ESI' PRICES.
U a rd wood for sale by the peice.
i igbt j .head. The railroad is not ed the door and was confronted by ships hereinafter named, have been
! u It vet, and not likely to’ be for two masked men. who. with drawn approved by the United Stater
year», but if made, is more likely revolvers, commanded him to hand Surveyor General for Oregon, and
t i c me through this place than over his money. Williams is known will be (lied tn this office on Tues
to be nervy, but as he w is caught
to miss it.
day the fith day of September, A
unawares and the robbers had the
D , 1898, at ;i o'clock a m, of said
1 drop on him, there was nothing left
•l.iv, and on and after said day we I
It is now reported that Spain for him to do but comply with the will l-e prepared to receive applica
Partie» desiring shingles can get tbcm al McKinney A Sparrows saw mill
vv II i”»i ,l upon saving vvh.it sort request and he gave them all the tions fir land in said townships viz:
al sanie price a. at thè Shiaulc talli. In llaruey S.th Bower A Co will attrnd
of government we shalljiet up in money in the place, about 11 SO.
Township 23 South of Range 48 to tbe wants ef my cw.tomrr». !.. Wold’nbeig Jr. keeps shingles on hand at
Cu >i. It is also a Spanish conten The bandits then left, going in the East, and Township 23 South of his residesee in Bum». Cali on then for priccs and Urni or at tha Shingle
ts» i that in relinquishing Porto direction of Raker City Williams Range 47 East. In Malheur count v Nili.
A, K R1CI1 ARD^ON.
immediately gave the alarm ar.d an
Rico, e c , to us Spain cedes only
Gso. \V. H aves , Register,
attempt was made to overhaul the
A A Cowtxo, Receiver.
Mae eignly. and that all pubi c
robbers, but as yet they have nut
bui'd ig«. forts and the like must been captured.—Huntington Her
be paid for.
NOTICE TO I REDITOR8
All this is only a part of the
Sp. msh policy of quibbling and
To all whom it may concern:
delay. Of tout sc our Govetn-
Noli -e is hereby given that the un
m< ut will make no suih co.iics-
signed has been duly appointed
lions. But if unreasonable dcl.iv
J " BUCH ANON. Prej L
administrator ef the estate of B F.
»h.dl be ihii a'cnid as a result of
Moore, deceased, and all persons
T<tb!tt Suppliti trM tht Hrtf tke ffi-iet
Spain's attitude, out Government
ho'ding c'aitns against said estate
m >) I eve to »end another ultima
are notified to present the same to
tum io Madrid, saying: -Our
the undersigned at Burns. Oregon,
terms aie thus and so. Sign a
----- T ne« fet Bui ni by »he day. w <k et ia*nth «a Application —
duly verified as by law required,
treaty to that effect at once or the
within si 1 months from this date
etr-v ‘m ruaient Triade arisen Special Attention.
auni-tice will end.”
R J Mi Kissox,
July 12, 1898
\\ a on and Ins fleet are sti'l
J »LIAN BYKI)
®@X gôôd &)
• : General Merchandise:
I o Call and inspect our Stock. Sat- J
istaction as to quality and price ? MOWERS - MOWERS!
We have ust Received
We Carry the
All Teated Alike. Table Sevice the Best.
All sizes and kinds
The “STAR” Saloon,
All sizes and kinds
H. C. BROWN,
OSBORNE MOW e RS,
UT^rite ua for Prices before buying.