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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1901)
Indians have attended this school,
Terse and Timely.
John Minto is again in print,
eminent money. Congressmen,
it has been much friction and sat
however, are quick to spend $100- talking state division.
isfactory results are not obtained.
000,000 a year on a standing army not ready to have the stale ditid
Kathryn Kidder strongly urges
TO BE GIVEN AT
$77,000,000 a year on a navy and ed yet. just wait till we get young girls not to go on the stage.
Today's Vote on Senator.
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2 190!.
$150,000,000011 pension*, all of about a half dozen of those rail- even if they have to get married as
Considerable progress was made
to roads leading this way.
How awful the
4 VI.I t N B V IU>
TWO PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN FOR THE
in the vole for U. S. Senator today.
burden producers and workers,
stage must Le.
TAINED CHARACTERS, ONE EACH
but are slow to spend one cent
What about the cow ordinance,
Soinebhdv broke into the Intern It is a foregoue conclusion that
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 1_______
Th»: horse-selling season did for something that promises to in is it ¡1 farce? What’s the use of a al Revenue Oflice vault at Peoria those now being balloted on car.not
not wait for spring to open this crease production, create happy •‘cow” ordinance without it is in last week and stole a million or so s be elected and as there was a fall
vear, but has already started in, homes and put people in a way of forced? Does it include horses worth of stamps. Must be intend ing off in the vote, we consider it;
progress. The yote today was as ,
owing to the heavy demand for doing lor themselves, ¿'angre-.s too? If not, whv not?
ing to go into business somewhere.
good dralt horses for the logging is such a gang of parasites and
A little while hence how Imperi Berman, 8; Smith 15; scattering, 5; I
camps, says the Oregonian. Quite , taxeateas that they favor anything
Still the railroad talk goes on al William, of Germany, will enjoy absent and paired. 20.
a number of animals are being i that is destructive, because it per
about tapping Harney \ alley. giving points from the storehouse
bought for the British Columbian tains to their envirnment, while
OurcUy e]eCtion win be held I
All this will finally culminate in a of his riper experience to bis royal
market, anil these are shipped opposing anything that is pro
month. lt j8 time the matter
road being built right into Burns.
north, subject to 30 per cent Can • ductive of good to those who are ,
real, simon-pure sovereign.
[of new officers was being thought >
adain duty. Those who )i ive to not <,f their class and kind. The I
exchange suggests that
Late dispatches indicate that' of.
buy horses now think they are fact is, congress is narrow be- : An
Carrie Nation, the joint Mrs. Nation ha- concluded to stop
The local nimrods are watching
lather at the wrong end of the , tween the eyes and is growing
her wrecking saloons ai d to take to to see what disposition is made of
bargain, as a well brqken pair, narrower all the time. East Ur- smasher in Kansas, change
In other word.«, she | the bill introduced by Represents-
name to Hellen D. Nation.
weighing 1600 to 1800 each, egonian.
tive Grace, of Baker county for the
drops the ax for the tongue—with protection of sagehens.
readily sell at from $300 io S400
in J ow Shades, or anything carried in a first cla
many women a much more effect
To Appease Eastean Oregon.
Heavy horses, however, are scarce 1 The act paoviding for a levy of
store, call and examine my stock and get priced
Notice of Final Settlement.
and purchasers will have to con
purchasing elsew here. ' Pict tire Frame Moulding, 1
la tax of 1 mill 01) all properly in
Salem, Or., Jan. 29.—That East
tent themselves with the lighter
ety, always in stock and fitted to any picture.
[ Oregon, to apply on the 1900 as
ern Oregon does not have benefits
The Pits to Join the Klamaths.
Animals, purchasing more of them.
Notice is hereby given that 1 the
sessment, for the purpose of pay-1 equal with those of Western Oregon
undersigned administrator of the
According to experienced dealers
| il'g olf the s< alp bounty w arrants, jI( the location of public institutions,
of John Murray deceased
the horse range of Eastern Ore
The Ind’an Agents at the Klam-!
has passed both houses and been every one will admit. How this
have filed my final account with
gon were pretty well deplated of
signed by the governor. It pro- difference can be equalized without
eaid estate in the office of the Coun
their best animals last year, ¡mil
p ides that ¡ill money heretofore injury to the institutions located in 1 [ themselves in the Pit River tribe, | ty Clerk i f Harney county Oregon;
sp very few of those Io be bought
| collected on the old scalp bounty [ Western Oregon does not so readily ' , which originally inhabited Shasta and that, Monday, the 11th day of
jn this season will reach tin- de
county, and where raanv of them
| tax and turned over to the state i appear. The members from East- j
March 1901, is the day fixed by
sired standard in weight. “Horses- treasurer shall be returned to the Iern OreKon aro demanding appro-, ! yet remain, says the Redding Free
Court for hearing objections
Press. The plan on foot is to trans
are high here” a dealer said yes various counties. This will in no I Ijriation,‘
thereto and reading a decree allow
terday, "but they are worth mar way intei fere with the new law eastern OrP’?on- n,,d aH is to be , s'
this to the Klamath Reservation,. ing or disallowing the said account.
ly double Portland prices ill the propose«! by Senator Williamson,
th" friend9 of We8‘er,n '’"J
All heirs, creditors and other per
gon institutions are opposing the where they can have school advant-1 sons interested in said estate, de
ivoods of British Columbia, ami a which
provides for each county
r 4, '
4. . I [ages and government assistance
team selling for $300 here will
siring to file objections thereto shall
topax lit i.nuity anc t it statu to nuU|(j9 of eastern Oregon is for an The Indians themselves, whose
bring $6)0 across the British reimburse the counties two-thirds j Agricultural College to be located principal home is now in Modoc do so on or before that date,
F. 8. R eider ,
of amount paid out.
1 on the land purchased a few years county, have petitioned the Indian
c ulley & BERDUGO prop
I ago for a branch insane asylum.
The bill to relocate the county ¡The claim for the location of an Ag
Six of the committee of Indian
Notice to Creditors.
and Piutes carrii d away many of
war veterans have gone to Wash seat of Malheur county introduced ricultural College in eastern Oregon
lie founded principally upon the in
In the county court of the State of
ington, where they will render by Representative Geer provides
slaves of them. The United States
Oregon for Ilarney county.
the Oregon delegation whatever for a special election to be held on justice in requiring the people of soldiers, they allege, chased them
In the matter of the Estate of
assistance they can, in securing the 1st day of June, 1901. In
from place to place anil killed many
large transportation expenses of
relief legislation for those who case no town receives a majority
of their number, which was followed
sending their children to Corvallis,
Notice is hereby given by the un
CLAUDE McGEE. Proprietor.
by the confiscation of their lands,
defended the Northwest against
while western Oregon patrons of the
dersigned, Thomas Fitzgerald Ar
the murderous savages, between
institution have but small expenses
cent, while other tribes have been nold, Executor of the estate of
1846 and 1857. Governor Geer receiving the largest and next to of this kind to meet. It
Arthur Blanekley Baton, deceased,
last week appointed T. A Wood, the hugest number of votes shall suggested that the inequality in well paid for theirs.
INES. I.IQT ORS ANDY Cort
to the creditors of, and all persons
of Portland; Jacob Wheeler, of be placed upon the ballots for the this respect might be eliminated
among them who are of school age,
Albany; II. I). Mount, of Silver- general election to be held in | without making an appropriation
but are without opportunity for ob to present the same with the necess
| for an additional school. The sng-
ton; G. W. Riddle, of Az.alea; W June, 1902.
taining an education, though they ary vouches, within six months
I gestion is that every etudent w ho
I). Stillwell, of Tillamook; J. C.
are anxious for ar. apportunity. The after the first publication of this
Cooper, of Mt Minnviile ami O.
Natural g.is has been discover enters either of these institutions Fort Bidwell school, some fortv notice to said Executor, at the of
Summers, qf Portland, on this ed near Colfax, Wash . say,« the > tie required to «leposite a certain miles away, is t t i.ly inaccessible, fice of Hayes & Saxton, in Burns J
sum in wliat woukl lie known as
committee ami the sum <4 $2000 Salem Sentinel. There ;u e imli-
ami is in the land of the Piute, the Hurney county, State of Oregon.
I the transportation fund, and each
)ias bef n si t apart to defray the 1 cations of it in many places in
student be allewed to draw fn.ni deadly enemy of the Pit River In
T homas F itzoei ' ald A rnold ,
expenses of the trip.
(general Ivastern Oregon.
One day oil
LOCHER & PANKR.ATZ Propts.
the fund the amount of his travel- dians. In <a-es where Pit River
Summers stated he could not act 'and ^as will lie struck east of the ing expenses in journeying to
Beer 5 cents a glass, 15 cents a quart, 50 cents a g:i"i>
and tendered his resignation. The Cascades -then took out for one from school
gallon keg for $2 8 gallon keg for $3 50. 1 «1 >ze
General feared that little could be of the biggest booms Eastern Or
for $1.50. Beer delivered any place in the citv.
accomplished in behalf of the In egon ever dreamed of.
dian War Veterans at this time,
as this congress w ill expire March
Notice is hereby given
4, and so what work was done tn i n Goin.-, me -iny (iaa* lì.I vr county superintendent of Harner
by the Oregon delegation and I either been bilked on thei
new lOlintv will hold ihe regular ex 1111-
P. G. SMITH, Propt.,
¡nation of applicants for state | :.-
friends of the \ eterans in the tire bell, or it has been pt
p-r* at Drewsey as follows:
meantime would.ill have to be buri ell n here it w id not
• Commencing Wed in rd ay,
done ox ci again.
The Genet al, 1 he cm fi \v alarm each <
ruary I.'I, nt nin> o’cleik A.
however, volunteered Ids heart} cannot be heard over two
and continuing until Saturday
services in whatevei he could as unless one is out on the
February l(i, at four o’e'oek 1'. M
sist th«1 delegation ami lie wished listening for it.
W> dnesday—Penmanship, hi«
them godspeed on their errand
I lory, spelling, algebra, reading
A bill has been introduced for eom position.
Thursday —Written arithmetic
The bill introcuced by Reprc- the purpose «4 estcblishing school
of leaching, grammar, book
tentative Geer i ie.umg tin1 «itlice libraries. Th - intention is to lev\
English literature, civ.
«4 a«'cs.»i>i« ami state boaid of and raise in each ci inity a tax
equalization, provide« for .1 four equal tc IO cents for every child
Veins term for assessors instead of .school age, and apportion it physical geography, mental arith
1 he date of assessment aiming the school districts, pro metic, rchiMll law
is also r hanged to begin tl.e first portionately.
Saturday—Botany, plain geom
day of January e.uh year. The
etry. general history, physic«, psy
state board of equalization shall
1 he value of vaccination is chology.
be composed of the county assess shown by the fact that most med
J. C. B artlett .
or», all ol whom shall meet at the ical authorities place the omralitv
state capitol the second I’hursdav ot smallpox aiming the unv.uci County School Supt. Harney t ouc-
of September each year. Aftct liated at something over 35 per
Cominercial Hotel Building.
Defenbaugh. Dllllf-an A Non. Proprietors,
organizing, electing a president cent, ami among those who have
The Third House of the legislat
hi* Mabie is located on tlie corner ot F rst
and secretary, six .11 e eha ted from been vaccinateli at 8 per cent or
Street?, and b I
ure w«s organin1 I tonight, »ays the
Run, « Job Wagon. Take
thcir number who, in connection 1 I under.
Salem correspondent to th-1 Orego
with the president and 'e. rotary.
nian, with J. R. Eerie speaker, »nd
shall constitution the board of
Siill no < i(»'ti<'n of I
S. Sen« Fr.u k Davev chief clerk Th<
equalization for one vear. The ator by the Oregon legislature. p incipal bill.« intr.slm-ed w. re
M. F itzcf . rali 1, PuEsniEjer
F 8 R ieder , S ecy axd Tati
HAVE Jt ST
compensation «hall be $; per d.n I he people of this state h ive been those providing b< unties for cock
R iggs A T irxer , A ttorney *
and milage ice sufficient to cover prom! of that body for the past roach sc»Ip«, eatahlishing 11 harlier'e
I ADIE' \N'» GENIS UNDER-
actual traveling expenses to and social year«. Keep it up. N..th «•«■liege, and creating a capital dome
a NEW CONSIGN«
from the capitol. The count) ing draws more attention to a commission with power to employ
count of each county p.iv all I state than a legislative deadlock. a.« many clerk« as possible The
GLOVE FITTING CORSETS.
house des dined to admit prominent
claims for their respective . is»«1««- ' It is perhaps a benefit after all.
m-n from abroad, but «-Vended 'he
Abstract» Furnished and Title Guaranteed
FINE LINE OF OVERSHIRTS
usual courtesies to th»1 representa
Hou«e bill No. 1;, introduced
A. !.. t iaig, ass.stani genet.il tives of the Cider Pre««, and in
¡’«RE GUM RUEBERGOODS
To all Lands in Harney County. OrJ
by Co\ig, p;. » d< • for thee!»«-,
WARRANTED. A LOT OF
passenger a id ticket agent of the structed the sergeant-at-arms to
tion of .I’sessois for four rear
\ ribero Pac ic, has been ap supply each member with 54MO [
terinj and disqualifies an officer to
Bought and Sold on Comm^.on.
Office in Bank BuuJ
pointed gcuer.tl passangcr agent
r-erve a second term next »uc ■.ced of the O. K. <Üt Ni , in the place , ( son was cracked when Speaker
W II. Hurlburt, who resigned Eddy asked: “Mr t'lerk. are there
any mare bill* on the table?” Clerk
Davey promptly replied •‘Here is
National Ittiga'<»a lias been1
vour wash bill.”
|lis» iisscti in congie«.« 4 givat de .1
N oegreM seem* to be moving
ot late and members ot congress r'l»h* along m spite of the fact
Must not and wilt n(>t ¡orge
S sienne • « vs "»'»ng i» « menace
•cetn averse to « . or tirg the ««*at Senator Mcln'de 1« not at
triscii a donegan rropnetor«.
to language " It is al«.» a menace
government toil. ITicv appear " a»hington
Fiotn present indi- to the public peace, if the object of
MR” H R 8A Ml > Propri to
|o think it is not a proper field lot valhwr» they will have •«> do with- it* utterance happen* to he *>»<n»oi.e Nit E LOSIE AND t LEAN ROOM”
B uhe ,
> W Ji,
j'overnmvtrt enterprise and g- « ■
h'm next ’es« <xi too
L with a ten»|>er—and muscle.
FLOS AL HALL. FEE.ij,
Good Management, Good 3iro|
C. S. Sig’grs,
>n Su tiding,
CITY MEAT MARKET
fash Bsef Pork etc. in any qunrîiîv (fairjL H
EoiCgna and Sausage of all kinds always on ten
\ our patronage solicited
Can both be fitted cut complete in
the line of wearing apparel at our
E. E. T
R. A. MILLER & COMPANY
E- 0- T. G. GO
Finest ot Blended Coffees
THE CAPITAL SALOON?
THE HILL HOUSE,
THE TARt E LADEN WITH BFST IN 1 HL MAI KET