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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1898)
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WlilllSPAT. L E< EMUEK.I. 1S! h
J 7 MAX RI lin
On the expansion question Mr.
Mc» le y is once more proving
t îat he is a follower, not a leader.
If tiv r .
i<i< art: allowed to
have lie :: way in Chu .tg », the
m me i f the town shot- 1 be
.......... .. to Ycrkcsville.
There a: i: a great many New
Vi.rker. v.i.o will refuse to aecep'.
lent anti Tt.titiy a-
jui'.-iutut-.' t ’f l um and Jerry.
In I’- b Ingersoll’s philosophy
mankind is divided into two class
es—those who are willing to pa)’
to hear Lorn lecture and those w ho
’’cor u'd Gen. Garcia! Spanish
• 1 Cuban fevers could
not k 1: ir . -U he dit d, in Wash
ington, Su:i lay, of pneumonia.
It may be distressing to some
itWivid : ,'t that the democrats of
*f the house arc harmonious, but
it is hig' 'y gratifying to the rank
and fi'e of the democratic party.
Southern hospitality opened its
doors to the presidential party,and
it v.'i^l !„e a long time before any
member of the party forgets their
experience "Away down South,
Perhaps Um le Sam will not
get so much British jollying, now
that the join*, commission has fail
ed to .- ;r'-e upon a scheme of
Comme: vial icciprocily for this
country and Canada
The Maine legislature will have
an opportunity next month to
show whether it indorses the un-
Ac; .¡ri.'.in altitude Senator Hale
took previjir to the war and still
xn.iiti* aiau. I laic’s successor is to
t»e elected, aa I he is, of course, a
Cadal i 'ompany, which will re
reive ^j,ooo,<>o<» if the bill now
befarc congress becomes a law,
claims to have spent in actual
,500,000; but that claim
doesn’t explain that the money
was mostly spent in paying big
bbvists and ornamen
The Best Christmas Present.
A Fatal Accident.
The best Christmas present we
Oregon City. Dec. 14 — Isaac
A’li-on. aged about 55 years, was an r ay without fear of contradic
killed this afternoon it 4:30 o’clock tion in the majority of cases is a
by fallingon a steam woodsaw while musical instrument. Musical in
it was in motion. He came out of struments never get out of style, do
the woodshed and attempted to pass not fall into neglect us the recipient
between the woodpile and tin saw grows older, and are almost the
table, when he slipped and fell on the only gift that improves under
the saw while it was making about n • ig-. for in-tu.'.c if you give a
fiiend t Washburn tiuitiir, Man
1<X) revolutions per mir.iib. :
banjo that cost you £15 or
steam having just been turned 1:
The saw caught his light shoulder , •'«-’0 you present him with the
and nearly severed his body, cut means of hundreds of hours of ket n
ting of! the lowr r part of the heart, enjoyment Besides you present
M. fl. BRENTON Pro; 1 n r,
II- left a widow and four grown him with an instrument that will
di. liters, three of whom are mar- greatly improve wiih usage and
This Stable is Iwcnt d on tie c m >er ef Fret and B. Streets, and keeps bay
riid. The coroner’s jury returned a age. It ¡3 no trouble for u? to show
and grain on hand* Has competent help, Runs a Job Magen, 1 akes passel*
verdict of accidental death.—Morn atid play ou musical instruments
gers to any part of the Country.
Call in and see them.
C ity D rug S tore .
Mr. Albion was formerly a rcsi- I
dentof this county. His son in law
Additi liai Locals.
F. M Jordon, received a letter from '
a daughter of the deceased in which
V.Hauks is sojourning in 1 u city
she stated that the fatal accident
occured at their home where the | C. H. Vocgtly has received 1
woodsaw was at work sawing their j nice lot of ice skates.
TRISCH & DONEGAN, Proprietors.
wood. The last stick had been cutj
Our ¡merchants are enjoying a
and the owners of the machine were
fine holiday trade.
preparing to move it. The old time ,
James’ orchestra plays for the
friends of the family here, deeply
sympathize with the bereaved Xmas Ball Monday Dec 26th.
J. W. Sayer.« and family aredown
from the mill for the (holidays.
4k‘O. Marsden Dead.
Clothing for Christmas to fit all i
sizes and shapes at N. Brown & Sons
Burt Frunch arrived from the
A. K. Richardson and J. H. Log-
P-ranch yesterday evening with
came down from Harney today.
the sad news of the death of George,
Marsden, brother of our esteemed
I he T imes -H erald and St. ____
fellow-townsman, Dr. W L. Mars- i Republic for 42 a year in vjyii.ce.
McCLAIN & WILLIAMS, Proprietors.
. X’/nas cranberries, 75 cts-
The proprietors of this large and commodious House are experienced
About 10 o’clock Monday morn ! yer gallon at Mason á- Lon
ing the deceased complained ot’[ don’s-
hotel keepers and the public is assured good accommodations.
having a headache and said he
Your attention is called to the
would go up stairs and lie down.
Xmas dance ad in this issue. Re
At 8 o’clock p tn Burt French and
memember the date, Monday Dec
Manager South went to Ins room 26
fATl’arties deeir’ig regular board aro requested to consult the
to see how fie was and were in
.\'jnas Neckwear, finest
formed he was all right hut for the
heailache and it was thought noth in the city,at Mason S Lon
ing of. At 12 o’clock Monday night don’s.
ho awoke some one who slept near
There will be a Christmas tree in
him by groanir g. when found he almost every schorl district in
was unconscious and Dr. Marsden Harney county this year.
R. C. ANGEVINE, Proprietor.
sent for ot once; lie never regained
Jack Darst, Bert Bower and Ja
Consciousness. The doctor started son Bennett came down from Har
fos the I’-ranch, thinking from’ ney last Saturday Jack is still JT’i.i’SJt Class.
what the messenger said his brother, with us.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
was siifl’ering from pneumonia, but |
X’nias Sails, , best grade, , FINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.
was met near the Narrows by
another messenger, with startling loa'csl /trices and largest
COMFORTABLE CLUB ROOMS
news that he had died y esterday stock ill the city at Mason
morning at 10 o’clock.
Old Ro-ison Fulling
The deceased was a native of Those dressing eases, photograph
California, aged 33 year.«. He albums and other Christmas goods
leaves a father and mother in Whit at Jorgensens are the finest ever
tier, I.os Angles Co., California, and brought to Burns. Cali and see
one brother, Dr. Marsden of this them. The prices are so low they
place. His aged patents have been will supprise you.
telegraphed the sad tidings and
The finest line of Ch istmaa and
asked what disposition to be made
Years novelties ever displayed
of the remains, which in nil profi
ability will beehipped to California are now shorn by N. Brown «1 Sons.
Crt'l early and buy your presents
before the best are selected.
Geo Marsden come hero last April
on a visit to his ¡brother, and also
Frank James’ orchestra plays the
to look at the country with a view liest ball room music ever (furnish
of (locating. When F. 8. Reider'erlin Burns. Don’t forget the date
resigned hisjposition as book keeper I Monday Dec 26.
of the French-Glenn Live Stock Col
July 1st to become deputy county | With every cnsh purchase you
„ are given a chance for a fine French
clerk, the position was offered the
doll to be given away Christmas
deceased which he accepted.
eve Dec. 24, 1898 a*l 4 I’. M. by N.
It is a sad fdow to his brother, I
Fresh Best, PoiR. etc. in any quantity desired- Head Chass3,
Dr. Marsden, aa well as the many Brown A' Son.«.
friends the deceased hail made
'V. N Jorgensen I ihs some of the
Bologna and Sausage of all kinds always on hand-
during his short stay here.
finest Christmas cards and celluloid
Dr Marsden is expected to arrive hanker.'hief, collar, glove boxes.etc
with tl n liodv sometime today.
| These goods will be sold cheap.
Ail Teated Alika.
Table Sevice the Best
CI Y MEAT MARKET
Keep ii.; 1 iistm’lv at it is the
k v t< siu i r ■. ui . .It 11. iseing,sa\ s
the Ihcioklyn Chronicle.
can uol spu't much and win. A
business career that goes by tits
and starts will not pay so well in
the 1< ng run as a business that
/pllcjw s 1 course mapped out for
it and keeps increasing its adver
as the' business demands it
until the maximum is reached.
There i< a maximum for a small
L ater —Mrs Dr Marsden has > ’ I Ennis, of the Blue Mountain
busmess bey.md which it is not
received a telegram from the' Telephone Co. is at work with a
eci'ii '.iv or policy to go. Have
crew, putting in local exchange
you advertised from poli.'y be parents of the ¡deceased giving in-, offices. A number of our citizens
structipns that the remains be in
cause some one else did, or be
are placing a ’phone in their place«
cause yuu meant to get something terred here for tho present. The of business and residences.
fuheral will take place tomorrow
out of it t This will bear thinking |
That reperter to the Oregcnisn'
made a mistake in reporting the I
A K lilt’ll AtlDSON, l‘r trrietor*
the weather on Dec 13. He had it
An Iriahman, in order to cele
18 degrees below zero at Burn« and
Partie« desiring shingfr« can get then, al McKinney A Sparrows naw mi l
brate the adv. nt of a new era, went
18 nt Riley. The record of the ,
price a- at the Shiuje tail). In Harney Seth Bower A Co. will »tier d
tspMtovs «4 W'lMo'oDe«l«e*’a Ab'.h'f
out on a little lurk. He didn’t get I
weather bureau here has ¡not regis to the wants ar my eu«tomera L. W ..Id- nb. tg Jr. keeps shingle« on band at
homo until 3 o’clock in the morn Vl«Unt, Guitars. raafcH. Aceanhei««. H v « n < tered lower than 12 degrees below
Ilia residence in Burns Call on theai for privet »nd t rms or at the Shingle
CM. Ac.. ¡*!| k.nJacf
ing, and was barely in the house
when a liursw rushed up and un
A, K RICHARDSON
covering a bunch of soft goods
pliuwpd him triplets. The Irish
man looked up al the ¡clock which
•aid three. and thcu at the ¡three of
a kind in the nurse’s arms, and
Mi I ‘’O’im not superstitious, but
thank heaven that Oi didn't come
J. W. JONES «t CO. Proprietors,
home at twilve.’’—Ex.
Your patronage solicited.
Harney Valley Shingle
THE “HUB” GROCERY.
IS TRAY NOTICE.
There cmue to my ranch in Sep (
lemticr, a large Lav ¡ni tre branded
bat an left hip. scar on noee Own
>r cume, prove pioprrty. par |
charg. s and take her away. She
<u raised on my ranch.
S arah H askril .
— Corrie« a complete line of —
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Trattjsicnt Tmdc uiwn ¡^pi rial Attention.
FORLICN AND DOMESTIC CICARS.
purer, yr., Dec. 7, 189*.
We have added several new tea-
la res to our already large stock
Among these we wish to mention
Ladies, misses & children’s cloaks,
Jackets and wraps, Ladies, Misses
& children’s Fall and winter Hats,
carpets, mattings, rugs & draperies,
We cordially invite an inspection
of our stock, whether desirous of
purchasing or not
This line Ims Luu increased t. such
an extent llmt we Lave i.ot near tin
space to show Hie stock and in conse
queiice they are marked at p.ices th: t
will insure a qu ek sale arid reduction
Don’t buy a now suit until
'ou have seen our line. We will In
pleased to s’ ow you them whether you
wish to purchase now or at some lalrr
time. We have everythin'; in M$ns.
Boys and Children's Clothing. Also
-ole agents fur M. Born & Co. Custom
We are ever the lest people fir
Shoes to be found in Eastern Oregne.
We give the best shoe fer the lezzt
money. Our aim is ant u get ehrap,
trashy Shoes that are not cheap at »ny
price, but to give a »end, huucet Shoe
st a reasonable piice. For get d niatir-
ial, newest styles and honest wear, oar
lines cannot be beaten.
We are showing all the new styles,
also the staple things in Men s Ladies’
and Children’s Shoe.«, and carry an ai-
sortm nt ibat caarot fail to pleate all
We still merit the reputation of ear-
• big the nest lino of Underwear to be
found in this part of th country. This
Since putting in thia line last fall we
¡foil it is larger, cheaper and bettei
have met with a phcnoniinal aaee.ss in
ban ever before, including Gents
Ladies, Nissen, Boys and Children's their sale. This fall we have largely
n two pieces and union -uits.
increased the line and are now shewing
Get ts’ Unde: w< ar from 54) cents up. a most complete assoitmeat in these
Ladies Under " ear from 35 cents up. goods, including all the new and latest
Children's Underwear from 20 cents patterns, at prices from 75 cents ap.
This line interests the miner and
stockman, as well as the housewife.
We have always bi en the leaders in
these good« : nd the ininirnse stock w.
have this fall .vill only help to strength
en our r. potation.
We have a 11 an moth line of Com
forters. from the eh. ap, heavy ones to
1 he Cue .«ateei.s.
Blankets were never shown in great
er abundance, from 75 cents per pair
•0 the fine All Wool California Blank
Also a full line ready made Sheets
•Hid Pillow Cases.
This is an an entire; new departure,
but one that lias long been needed.
The system of ordering these goods
from sample ha« not been as .«atis’ac-
tory as having the goods to try on and
inspect. We have put in a very nice
assi ruteni and will sell them at prices
that cannot be beaten in any large city
These goods were bought to sill and
are marked at prices that will usure »
Indies' G-irmrals from 13 00 up.
Miases and Childless Garments
from $ ? 00 up.
Heretofore we have sold these goods
rby satnyic, lot the time cnnsaarid be
tween selecting and receipt of good»
was inconvenient to those desiring car
This Fail we hart brought aa the
Carpels by the roll and are prepared to
sell Carpets at Eastern prices and from
a good assortment of patterns.
We have them from 50 cents per
Mattings from 25 cents per yard up.
In this line we carry a very complete
assortment, including all the ¡latest
novelties as well as staple article.
Fine I’laid Chi eke at liana JO cents
Imported Brocades at 20 cents per
Heavy Cloaking at 75 eeatajper yd.
In this line we are acknvwledged
leaders. Thio Fall we have increased
ourjalready fine line. Now it includa*
all ths new and leading things in
Gimps, Braids and Passanti ntriee.
ranging in price from 5c per yard ap