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JULY 22, 1896
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY,
OREGON. JULY, 5 1899
OREGON FORWARDING CO.
Tu Carry Borax.
the license. The board has not yet
Indians To Work
gle fever. The game is not worth
laid down anv rule defining the
the candle. ‘Benevolent assimi'a-
limits in which the barbers may
An experiment is being made by i t’on *8 ve:.v pretty to talk about
Last winter C. L Taylor pre»:-
_.„i,, - not
scrape and cut.
the Southern ...
I’acifm eotnjanr a...« U •••**•
dent of the Rose Valley Borax
with the Indians in Nevada. When | b>’ ll,e f“ill,rc of an i'H'Jmpeteni
.l.w i Work«, went before the Board of
G. W. Curtis, superintendent of'»nd corrupt administration to deal
Eastern Oregon Weather.
County Commissioners and asked
of openly and honestly with the is-
track and maintenance of wav c.
i for right ¿of way over the bridge
th- Southern Pacific system, made landers.
• PF1C1AL PiKLCTOKV
that crosses the Humbolt ,river at
The following is the report of the his trip of inspection over the Salt
it A ft — Viti (.ON
G s X ».riS.e, this point, to enable his company
weather for Eastern Oregon for ti e i Lake division recently he noticed
Forest rangers to the number j TUrct Cla*3 C oo; a
to runj a traction engine hauling
I past week, as sent out by It. S. I all along the lin» large numbers
t V». K. Ellis
j of forty-five have been appointed i
1 wagons loaded with borax between
C. M. Idleinan
Pague. section, director:
Atttruty uai.a •*
| of idle Indians. In California »nd
............... Wm i’ Lutti Rose Valley, Harney county, Ore
by Commissioner Hermann, of
¡i i: Kiiicr.id
The mean temperature, G2 de Arizona the railroad company em
• ••(•vary «Í
........ fail. Mutscbau gon, and
Winnemucca. The re
general and oilice, to patrol
grees, 3 degre- s lower than for the ploys Poor Lo to keep the roadbed I
lati. F ubila let: tciwu
W 11 I..)- <1| quest was »ranted by the County
‘'Uart^ ,^1c f°rtst ri‘sei ves of
preceding week and 1 degree los in first class condition.
I II. S. rtea.it. Commisssoners
At that time th*
3>- . rtalvertun
Cascade mountain«. Each
• er««» J« •«••»
. A . 1 I o< ■ 1 e
has hired some of the
employes of Mr. Taylor who are
We solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT ta all
were 1 ranKer >s assigned his district and
i . f ;¿ í 1UCT.
engaged to bring borax to this place
were seen by a representative of
rautged from 72 to Do do- started out this morning with 11 wiu b« •>'» dll’y to patrol it each
C. W. Parriaii.
>i«;rift Atl«»ra«r ...
.0. L. Fatte!ton.
Columbia River valllcy a hand car, seven in number, from ’(hiv. extinguishing all tires left by
They then stated that
A W .Gowau this paper.
up to Sunday, when it fell toGS de-| Rye Patch and ere to perform the careless fishermen and hunters
grers; over the Plateau region it duties of section men such ns is it and arrest all violators of the fed
' nothing but talk, ns it is practical
ranged from (!2 to 8Gdegree. The present done by Italians.
For his services he
li. KicitarUun ly impossible to run a traction en
j c. WclcuM'.e
An engineer who arrived thia will receive $2 per day. These
t, u Whiting gine o»er the road between Winne mil iinttm temperature in the val-'
V. l.uchauitn mucca and Oregon.
It is said that ley rnnged from 48 to GO degrees I morning from the west said he rangers are given full authority
.W c. Bird
M11O91 S1P« •: ••
A. K. Ku ■ •!<- y
an engine will not work through a ami over the plateau from 36 t* 52 passed them on the road and they as deputy marshals of the United
A. Venator I
degne.s. Rain fell on Sunday cv< r •til wore emiles of contentment.
f • « •¡••«•»»•r»
__ Jy country. Portions of the|
the greater portion of eastern Ore-
Just ho.v long th»y a ill continue
>. L«.«» •
----- AGENTI FOR------
Ge«»..*. !’• •• is nothing but sand, and the pro-J i gon !n amounts from s trace to .10 to sort ».ill soon he demonstrated.
............. ULaii- Newell
It is stated that “ Fighting
— Wint.t «.ticca Silver State.
gross of an automobi’.» with w .«.gons i of an inch.
loaded with abyut thirty tons
borax woulJ be impeded.
The grain crop is malii.g excel-
what is meant by this is not ex- >
It is possible that the tor
1'nt progress. Earlv sor.n fall
|H! a •.tttKAll •rfret •e.«S
The following is taken from the plained, but the Philipinos will
company his decided to use
■ ••'••very • tnúld * edite* L a y.
£C~'Vri’.r ui for Nicer
MiesJcuttiq .MePLcctr:* S
traction engine as fir on the road a«
probably get some idea, once this
M •• Leona Zeigler, Kcc.
, ing colur and will soon be ripe.
possible and hall by toam the b»l-
human bomb lands in their vicini-'
The spring grain is making good
tomorrow pnbli.h » statement re
ance of the way.—Winnemucca
a ». t. W . Äurt« Lt.lfct, •* «7
¡growth. Many correspondents ¡re- garding matters which its cor.due tv.
«• !« ;.*««.• «.A I liViSC” • .
a i i: .r: »*. M. »
J a ta.«r,L«e.
tors rav they have been investigat
I the fallsown wheat and bariov. ing and carefully guarded for rev
N otice —Harr you a farm for
Sante C'ìinrning Suggestions | i he ruin on Sunday v. »• o' great
lAl.Uî Lt»»-ul. A J. 77, Î. O A F.
eral weeks, owing to the reticence sile or for rent, or do you know of
Jf e«;a «i Q«« i-'eUo« • Htll.eitry .-a.i:r¿ay ¡
I borctit. Spring gisin needs more
A E 1 ! i. • ■ • : i S . ' >. 1
Few. if any, really progressive l ruin; the acreage of spring grain is of these concerned and the desire any person holding farming lands
K Ì a. 11:«-, >i cy . !
of the latter to avoid premature that they wish to dispose of? If
d. irvmcn use any other form of
JI j | larger tliau usual, due to the f.rr
disclosure, leading io a possible so, plsase write to any O. R. <k N
■i ' urn than the l.or or barrel type, ing out of acme of the fall sown.
failure of their ¡plans. The piper agent ami lie will send you a circu
h i . ng i■'* ituide I:xtures, rays the
Haying is m progress and • Urge
III.-! !■ ti of tl e Oregon Exper 'crop is being secured. Throughout, will say:
lar that will interest you.
tiii'-nt Stati.ui. At this time of year (the stock country the hay is better
Draw« pl .in nuil r» <»tiniatr», etc. F» :!<!;»;• put up wiikia th» •■»•»»I •
has been a land of many surprises.
'■«h< t. cteam is so plentiful there is than usual.
figures given ia.'«titt»trs C2T |-r7“S»tiif»ctiou guaranteed.
, quite a tendency on the part of the| Strawberry shipments in carload The F.test is the est iblishment of a* —Tnt TiMKi-îîet.u n and Oct-
I users to fill there churns too full. |
lots ceased on the 25th. The crop tion is unimportant nt present, pro gonian for $2 in advance.
The cream is churned by concur-:
was better than nny previous one bably numbering f, ncr thin 50
j sion, that is, the cream fallingas;
Emit is assuming a ; oort-r ou k »!; . u •
< rs, but a »ell known Cuban
h the churn revolves, hence the great«
1C fur job printinj
Prunes are as poor us in westerr. g'-m ral, «ho claims to he adeernd-
BE‘.U ESTATI LG r.N r.
' er t he a::: s nit of err am in the churn .
nn abort notice.
XcTAKY PUS1.I the less the amount of concussion Oregon and piubab'y j-Q.ircr. Ch: :• i nt of Charlemagne, is reported to
ries are dropping and peach tn rs be the head of the party and the
I.lli»« »’viri »n On! at th. yird. tF-p.riilf,,, n»slry koi»».
O^vSGO-'s 1 per revolution, and the longer the • will not need hand prutiin; this meeting (dace is usually the li.gla-
time required for the churning
'year Apples are promising in t- rra Cafe.
tí^Pr»slice» li.fa:» V ». IA”‘d C*.ce. i Not only is a longer time required,
some sections; in oil ers, poor crop
“The Cuban general in question
but a tert of the buttermilk will
is said to be dissatietie 1 r. ith Ame -
: sh'r.v more butter remaining in it j
Garden produce is making good ic.-.n rille. He thinks that r.liat
when the »hum is overfilled than
growth. Corn and potatoes arc
Cuba nreds is not a republ.c, but a
whin only a proper amount is
promising. Sugar i.rcts
I rets arc in
s'r..:.; h.ai.d .at the helm like his
placed in the churn. A box or
exct lii nt condition
arid arc being os n. He is of II.« opinion tli.at the
— I, •• t for the-
bxrrel churn should never be filled
MtSICISI a -»n
well taken care of; a larg crop for people of the Latin race prefer roy-
more than half full anil one third
. the refinery at Li Grande is now lalty. end the p is-ible honors ac
f ill is better. Cream always swells
cruing under a moniirchial regime."
OREGON some during the first part <f the
Sl.earitig is about completed
Icl’.nrning process and if the chum the «oil is being <1 -lirere 1 it
is filled more than half full there warehouses.
r«;..)it»' The Medical Record gives ti e
will nolle the proper ameu .t of j
«re re«¡red m to the c nd ti >n «f following nlviee:
concussion. If there is crcsm enough
g so. *. size .'-’O!;.*:,
to fill the churn more than half full
at :» ■rr,
Poor fruit pr
ects a-id cxeellei t ride le»». walk more; clothe leas,
Bl'l*», ............................ 0¡:?.ófi«v. : time would be gsimd by making
I athe more; worry less, work more;
C»llec.!«n«, Land bi-ii ••’. and Kerl : two churnings instead of one with
Ka'.n^ inaner pruuij tl\ aiuodcd tu.
the conditions lodar throughout trnste Jess, giro more; write I»-ct»,
rend mort; preach leas, prnctice
sn overfilled chum
ea»1»rn Oreg n.
V< ry frequently the cream from
shallow pans hu a "lathery” con n»t xet set in, and untill they ap
dition of its surface, which causes
pe ar there is nt dan-.-er of ti e
In a criminal prosecution recent
BIGG & TURNER clots in. the cream which do not ilread'd het north or nortbea-t ly tried nt York Neb. the jury,
To rst Coin « -Ifr-iii
break ut> in churning and appear
wind, which co quickly dettroi« or .after a brief deliberation, rc‘nrn»<! rtrrzJy for Conxumpt-n. By its t ./ vm
ATTORNEY.S -AT -LATV,
in the but’er as white specks, some
»iti'.f fi-.pcle-.xcjirx I - ■•1'C'na .«sty
materially injures the grain crop the following verdict: “We, the y t»r .xir
i-'v erred. So |-r > f, -i/e im I
times of considerslle size
Fall-sewn grain in its pr< ‘cut stage jury, in the abovennnied case do ut iti r- r that I Co. i-.trr it r. / duty to
Practice in all the court» of Ore. (pqjcllpv Pan be partially remedied
tito tcltln frtt to t!i- '.« of y
will most quickly show the effect not brlieve one word tint the wit« anJ
who have Coeuumrnon,Tliroxt, Bronchial or
by stirring the cream occasionally J
of the Lot winds, and spring roan net»es have sworn to; neither do Lung Trouble, if they will ur'e me that,*
during the interval l -f-.<»n skim
e»rre»x and pf^totfice addre«. i «rely,
grain v II de in tl e critical slay' we believe that nny < f the attor T. A. OXOCTM. K. C. ’»J Tetri it., rew T«rt
ming and churning, and can be
K»lt tor tai « b 4 B««.n»a« U«r> ag«>w»r*L gf
•Iout July 1 Sth It it practically neys have J»rf kcn ¡the truth, nor 1 XT>>«
wua |H«rw I’r^
whollv overcome by passing the
certain that fall-sown grain cannot that either of th»m could do
S. W. MILLER,
cream through ii coar=e strainer ns now be injured by the hot winds
even if h* should care to take
it goes into the cbuin. These white but it is probable that Ifire July
trouble to try.”—Ex.
specks contain much casein which 15th summer weather conditions
Burns, - - - Orrgin.
decotnp'>»e» easily and thu- causes •
Th» Northwest H'-reld tells
the butter to become quickly • off- injur'd by th»
pt it is I rd y
On ■ oca.
possible. Until stl:nm«r condiliora
»1 Me: i i* ’ t *'«■ r and tbr:e dov» Ve •
appear, »Lower« will ;r--v .;l »t in
•bl h i»‘
O*'-» i (.• tot- ♦
*’ . • or •,
Tho citizens of Ashland do n t tervals. Th- rivtif rise r-i; i lly i ct r<< i.i to 1c »: v j «.,l>alde ;*r.ce tnd Q-ff »»•
« .. in ar
r. ' rt f-..<n
•» i •
E\t .'.■. BODY FAN PRINK GOOD BEER
fro: i V
• nr?» :>
PHYSICIAN é SURGEON. ■ sh to txkc any ébanos <nf I': » last week, and it is throught that in the ri -r futuro tl.ere Fo lo->g ■»n.-if«
Re id r.‘ w!el »* < nf or [*« » • « t» •-•rrtp
*.%e advlre If potoBt.1 v
slashed by a careles» bsrlier whom, ll.e highest water fir this tear lits a» t!.<- MeKinlcy «d*iiini»tratinn • lor.
• • • t.r I
bar,'« Uur ft*
• : »• t
.T -» st r»e ft: re.
■ O ■ »
th'-t rllrge, indulges too frtely in
• i •
n at presa di«; atcln s the bsckix.ne uf1
Uz*b, arti free
Tel’-phone No 21
that »hich intoxicates, ss- • an ex '.eights al ui their normal for
change. They have petitioned the some v. erks more, yet it is thou,-’ t the insum-ctirn will loe nearl v brok- [ C.A.SWOWc.CO.
0*i « u fateit GL.c. A.*
»tale board to refuse the l.ibul >■:« that all danger of 1 igh water and i: -laiiy, but this can not g<> on for-.
exrr—the people m]| awakeonedsy i
Dr. H. 5irchtcrf
barber a license to prertie'
t. : ir finds are passed.
«o the fact tliSt ther haré l>een de-
faces The board a ill rive the man
crived terñbly >>.• the .MeKinlcy,
an opportunity to prove his •< rthi
*5 14 X Lit ‘.ti ft. •«
¡vid reí' .ke the deeriier»
• ■«•e, a- 4 if h« coninrs bis sh«h- article to tl <(? ■••. th it J M I - Ti" «ir ei'h Aguinaldo m»y )x«t , K mt A ?*"»»% »*•* 4
n*9 W *•» *♦ !♦• «< »II
e»»t thi» countrv
i ? tn thi ordinary will not rev be ton is sb- to’c pliy an automo f< r ye»-» íl
■ . l ««en»e. W<-supp-»e the sever«
gon work« to ti: • f ine»-. The plan O • h- • •• • havo gurie d >Wn n»e!«-«»-
•• < f an e»r or nose Wauld
WOLDENBERC 4c BERC
9.NOXXVUA9 J NHOr
dreru- i *ufli< ent eau*» fc-r ret king i« r.-t a n v tnc —Silv-r «bate
¡THE LEADING FIRM OF EASTERN OREGON.
We sell everything you may want
and our stock is complete in every
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
Dr. W.L. Marsden,
PLANO MFG. CO. IMPEMENTS
longest lived and Lightest Dieft Rogers, Rakes and Birders
io the War’d.
Harney Valley Brewery.
Quart B.ttles 81.50 a dszen delivered in Bums.
Five f nllon kegs $2.00 delivered at
your home in Burns.
To lop hone Mo. 3