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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1901)
passed a law that has compelled
the discontinuance of “trailing”
sheep .is it used to be done. How
did they do it? Not by passing
leasing laws. Uncle Sam was
Jt l.l A S H I «< Il
not called on at all. Their own
legislatures were equal to the
Every yard in Burns should l:e
emergency. Now sheep have to
Bet in grass and shad : trees. It
not only adds to the beauty and
comfoi t of our city but enhances
Two Important Articles.
the value of all property.
Mr. William Allen White has
just returned from Lawton, where
he went to write for The Satur
day evening Post,of I’hil.ideh hia,
the sory of the “npeniny” of
Indian hinds. Mr. White’s i vivid
account of the mushroom city
that spi ung up in a night is of
j striking and timely interest.
Lord Balfour, of Burleigh Sec
'File new morning piper for i retary fdr Scotland, anil Lord
Portland will certainly be a *•<> Rector o' the University of Edin-
The business men of that citv, i <•- i burg, will contiibute to an early
gardless of party or polotics, are 1 number of The Saturday Evening
giving the movement support and I i’osi, of Philadelphia, a paper of
look at it as ¡t bu.-iness propo: i- | official signili. ¡nice on Carnegie's
tion Tiny think another big ¡gift to Scotland. Lord Balfour is
daily paper there will be ol much one of the trustees of millions Mr
benefit to the fate.
I Carnegie has given to the Scotch
j untvei sities
One thing is sure, if those op
posed to tiie land leasing grab
don't act they will al a ay rue it.
Everything possible is In ng done
by tile cattle kings to have a bill
passed. With the idministralion
in their favor they have a puli
that will be hard to overcome.
Senator Joe Simon, in an inter
view at Aston.i, says io- favored
free tiade with I’orto Ki<o ancL
will do the same in regard to th<-
Philippines, believing it will large-
)y increase Pacific coast tl .ide.
1 le thinks ( >ov. < ieer will be ro
nominated and that ll n. Chas.
Fulton wi'l lie his ( Simon’s )
strongest competitor for the U.
VIEWS ON RA5GE LEASING.
Brief Reply to
Snake River part of it he mu»
travel 150 mile* away from the
railroad to obtain the information
on which to rely in selecting u lo-
“All Oregon should oppose the
prontion to impose an Australian
leasehold system upon this coun
try. For the purpose of its settle
ment the Surveyor-!«eneral should
either establish a new Land Office
at Ontario, or. next In st attach
the region alorg Snake River to
'he La Grande office "
Those Peacock. Ostrich and Tur
key feather dusters U the Burns
Furniture Co’s. are beauties.
After reading the eommurricatíon
Christian Science services at H L
Brisco’s residence every Sunday 11
of F. C Lusk which appeared in
o’clock a m. and 8 p in. .-imdav
T iie T im : '-H iiiald and copied in
school nt 10 a. m Meeting is also
the Oregonian, D. II Stearns, of
li.'lil each W.'dnesdav evening at 8
Portland, sent the following reply
o’clock All are coidnallv invited
to I lie Oregonian on the land leas
to attend. Subject for tomorrow :
y softly talketh Mr.
* How very
Rev. A J. Irwin will preach at
Lurk in the Burns paper—ju-t as
Harney the 2nd «Sunday of each
month ut 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m
though there was no case of a law
Board of Equalization.
.Sabbath school every sabbath nt -
breaker now defying the order of
the United States Court and keep-
Notice is hereby given that the
There w ill be preaching service.-
ing Ins fences around the govern
ment land enough for a thousand board of equalization fi.r ILirnev at tin* Poison Creek sciinnl house
Sunday at 2:30 p
settler»—just as though there was county Ori gan, will attend at the every 4’h
office of tfie county ch-rk of the said Rev’ A. J Irwin, pastor.
IIO mm in jail awaiting the verdict
of a jury in a < ase in which a home-; county, on Monday, the 2«i day ol
At th** Presbyterian church
»leader,standing on his own ground, September, 1901, and publicly ex Burns. Rev, A. .1. Irwin pastor
pulled a gun to prevent a sheep amine the assessment mils, and Devine services the 'hir«l and fourth
Sundays of each month at 11 a. tn.!
herder from driving his flock» correct errors in valuation, descrip and 7:30 p m. Sabbath school at
across the hntnesteadcr’s field, feed
10 a. m. every Sabnath morning.
ing by the way. w ith the result that th«* valuation of property assessed,
in the maimer, and perform the du
Preaching services at the Baptist
tin* sheepherder shot first and the
I ties as now prescribe«! by law, for church every l.-t and 2nd Sundays,
mornii g and evening Sunday
“ ’Leasing won’t prevent settle 'lie board of equalization for such school every Sunday at 11 n. m.
county. AH persons interested are
ment under the homestead laws,”
prayer meeting every Thursday
hereby notified to appear at such evening.
says innocent .Mr Lusk. Oh! how
would a homesteader prosper going time ami place.
J. W. B uchanan
inside ui Mr. Carr's fences t«> settle?!
Asf'S.-or Harney County
Or how would one preserve his
To who ever buys I
health while establishing a home I
or takes p„
inside of Mr, Lusk's leasehold I
same, on the Smith place before
tracts? Certain it is that be would
V. A Miller |dhe rent in paid up to October 9
be vi ry sick soon after. But "We with the late firm of R.
won t have tn build fen?es,” mur A C i are he i* >v notifie I to settle 1901. must move hav off of ranch
murs tills gentle cattle king as he said accounts with me by Septetn-j ",*,hin 30 days after place is in
1.1901 All such account» un-1 l,o*»ejeion ofSylvwter Smith.
inlks so softly over the Harney !l-er
S ylvester S mith .
comity situation, saying in effect, ' s-ttled nt that date will be placed |
“You can keep out all those you with an attorney for collection and
We wish to call the attention
have necessrry costs added
don’t want in.1
local horsemen to the date
“It is a leading question, hut I
the race meet at Long Creek which
wonder if Oregon is likely to be
commences S< ptember 2d and con
hoodwinked with Mr. Lusk’s irriga- :
tinues five days. Tli-re will be
tion scheme. About ns much of«
800 in pm-«-. For further par
leasehold money woul.l reach such
ticulars write I' D W II. iius.
n destination as would “irrigate’’ Wagontire, Thursday
rit'i. v. L ing Creek, Ore
one of his cowboys. Cun Mr Lusk
The nights in bi -'«miing qflit
come and convince young-r Oregon cool in this secti m.
that three horses and a saddle is a
Wm. Gray, of Harney, wns a
betier outfit for a business trip to
visitor to our city Thursday.
Washington Citv than the railroad
Open for repairing and optical
Au-tin Goodman, our milkman,
trains in use? \\ ill it be satisfied
with the hue and cry after a few lias stopped running his wagon
NEXT DOOR TO P. O.
timbered sections falling i,,to the
Tom Cleveland was over from
hands of those that do not emit *m- ins home on Calamity creek this
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
plate the’Tiome” part of their slaim; week.
LAND OFFCE AT BUK.XS, OREG N.
mil permit without protest, this
IL C. Garrett and wife uro in
July 1.. 1901.
largest ami best area of agricultur
Notice !• hereby Riven thtl t!
fib* i null' <• of I .« inionti«>n
al l ind in the state to be held back
to ak»* titinl proof in support of Lis clr.Iin. ami
tha* M'i.l proof v. ilJ b-‘ ■ x '.a hoforc Keui« er
from settlement under the false
ft. il Rci ch rr tit Buf h . * ircz.-n, < ¡1 Ai:”.’.st kT,
assertion that it is a desert?
J. W. Kelso and J.din Oar«l were t'.'Jl, viz: John t'rtfi’S.ntiij, 11. E. No. i’./'i, for
;hc Ni:\ N'tV'j h : iu Lots _. <*, u:td 7, tee IS,
• There i< not a square fo< t of land, visitors from the Lawen section the Tp2>.S ILS2E
He iianith th » follov ¡t.cr witn< t s <* b tn prove
h-s t'.iiiti mo r •< li’..re upon nmi rtiltic m ’ on
not rock, in all Southeastern Ore tirsi of the week.
of Buti land, viz .<inou Le'.vix. Jlerahi ««riffin.
s<*o't ‘itt.i y. II H. E.liutt, ulivf Nttrrov.R, Hur’
gon which, properly cultivated, wdl
J, C. Longerimtn, acuititi buyer ney county Oregon.
G eo . W. H ayes , Reg.’n er.
no' produce ¡0 times the value in of Tacoma, Wash., is registered nt
other crep.i that it will in range the Commercial.
notice for ri'in.tCATtoN
feed for sti ck. Remove the fear of
I «ini Office ar Burr b . Ortgon. July -9, 1901
Ncttce in hereby g «•• t t!r<v the f-niowtug
trouble with tne stoi'kiuen an I
named ►<•!’’,er hrm file.I n* ’b « .»f bie intention
th'Misnnds of people will rush in in a short time for Portland where f,« ir :.«<> fi :u prit.'f in rapport nt hie eiHim,
«• that «ahi proof will I.** made before the
lu-gia cr i. 1 keceiv« r nt I urj.g Origon, on
there to cultivate it. Iiiteasifv th • he will spend the winter.
: l.'i: b I un , th*
h titt. of >t-| ’»• t.f er, l. cl. viz:
fiar by any lenselmhl sell me r.i d
You can't do better than get our Raphael Maruidan. Rd entry. No. 7i’>. for the
N e ! < mcc ~Tp-•> S, R
ii n M. He names
Oregon will continue to fall be!,i; I prices mi farm machinery at this the hdlo’.itig Nvitr.’fBesto prove hi» lonlinn-
oub rtB deuce upon « <1 <ulti\a’ion of s.i' i
hotd.N.z’ i N ll’.iah an<! vrchie RcnnitK.
her sifter states in proportionate tim---- Geer >k Cummins.
of I un f . ureeon. «nd W. B. l’arKvr u.id t’. 2d
t heen.N, of Riley, Oregon.
increase of population \V ,vs and
Building still continues in Burns
G. W. H aye «. It.»fitter
means will be fi.uad to iriig.de all ! without liiterrupiinn Every car
of it that needs it as fast as settltrs penter in our city is busy.
can come freely. Mr. Lite is
In Jt:« icc'F <’onrt of Burns Precinct, Iiarncy
The usual August deluge of
building a railroad toward It that
N hr.’wn. I mn 'I. Brown «nJ Rm Brown.
’Arti.eTu « m N r.ri'Wti
develops a woii’ierful traffic t«.r
every mile. The Southeastern | i,«.
A. Glttings. Defender?.
i'll«, 1’efvndant: Tn <hn rame of
over lias done good service for th«
B orn —To Mr -nd Mrs J O the 7 .- * ’ \. a.e <«i;
«*f <»r<*u .*’i. n t u are ’.¡' «•■ . rr*p ire<l !«»
anti r :.nv: ’ h” conn ‘ttiai i' .i*-. «^ainat
st.it • and Ins grown rich himself, Cawlfield. last Tms.liy, a boy aiipuur
\ oU in t he a'»«»ve vntii le«! ucft.'ii *>«i or before
* h <»f kugt’M 1? ¡.and ii»<u fail tn
hut In* sli.iul«! not lie encouraged in Dr. Mnisden was the attending the.'i«
n tt er. f..r nn n t then
p tiit L;! ui’l take
>nu f«»r ?’
lor koo «U
the idea that he owns « verything in plivsi ,'ian.
Oreuo'i. Rt jour ape iul ins’Hii'e and request.
sight by such as follows from Mr
Pi ice Withers ami family passed Th - F itniiifi n tb nub isneii b. nr. «.¡«¡rr of
lhy.IUh.it of tiie b • n «* eti f.vl court, m.lte
enter. <1 on ihv 17th dr.v <»t July. ¡.01.
through here last Sunday, en route uid
n «r.i»*’« hen.s’ pu. 1 at.cn thereof t« be
1 he feed of Harney county to Eugene where they will visit for an tl’. hit
udl July ‘-Uth, iVOl.
D. J tXI’K NM.
should be for the sheepmen and about »¡X Week».
Jus t o of tb.v Pv & . Burns Fret-met, said.
«aitlem. ii w|m own tlnir ranches
(hiwini A Cornish.
If you want sweet p itntocs rend Atic rne' a» f . I* .liutitT,
ami have their homes and pav their
taxes in that county. They could B fu ‘S to buy th« m. He knows the
us. allofit with pr.iperty assessa genuine article when he sees it
ble in that county, and tuey thould You can't fool BruM.
Is now arriving
W’E DRYGOODS DEPAT i TME p
0-^m ver more compì« t.- than »¿L
We are preparing thi- ye,-, tl, ...
form r.» « il- rt ami coi.tinue t|le
cy Dress Goods and Burnii T
Our sprin.* stock is up-t.. .¡ate an<l t,
eists many new novelties in Indie»
Men and hoys clothing. Lati -lii,«.«,.|| |
Our line of fresli
Also fimi favor with our many custoim rs
CITY MEAT MAEKET
P. G. SMITH, Propt.,
Fresh Best Pork, etc. in any quartity dasired. HeadOsv
Bologna and Sausage ci al! kinds always on hah
h.N*,’ofMrs i Your patronage
THE SECONO ANNUAL FAIR.
A pubiic meeting was bid«! at
tlm law ol’.i ■«• of Panish it R< mbold
last Thursday evening for the pur-
of completing arrangements and
appointing committir s for the sec
ond annual county fair which will
be In Id in Burns Sept. 30 to Oct. 5.
It would take only a short time
.1. J. Donegan was made chair
for us all to be servants after the man of the meeting ami Henry
lease law wns put into effect. Rieluirdson acted as secretary. The
There will be nothing for new general plan of the fair was dis
proprietors. The man w ho comes cussed and with what had already
intoILirnev with a few head of been subscribed by business men
of Burns ami those that had pro
stock will lind no range. Even
mised to contribute later, it was
if lie has no stock he c in of c mr/.e
found that the premium list. purses
get a homestead inside of a lease,
etc would aggregate about $1,718)
pet li.ips, which he must fence,
1 low this amount will be divided
clear mid pul int.t cultivation the up lias not as yet been defimti ly
lirst season, raise enough to keep settled. Them will be horse raving,
him proc ided he « in liml a mar baseball games ami other sports
ket for his produce, which is which have all been left to commit
doubtful. If lie wants a few head tees appointed to look after each
of stock to help make his living particular branch. The following
w hat is lie going to do ' Perhaps committees were nppointid:
Spied Program—J. ,1 Donegan,
he is fortunate enough to own a
Richardson, Lee Caldwell.
little land ¡it the time the lease
—I S Geer, J. M Dal
law goes into effect and has leased
ton, Harry C Smith.
enough range to pasture jo head
Financial Committee— C. N
of stock. That's all the slot k he
Cochrane, Chas «Johnson.
< an ever have, no expanding, no
Minor Sports—Isaac Schwartz.
progress, no increase in business. It C Angi'vine, F D. Barrows.
The rancher must Slav in the
Advertising Committee—A re-
same old rut. The new settler P e-eiitative from e ch of the news
cannot start because he I.as no papers
tange. Oil. but tin n think of tin
The meeting adj urned to meet
revenue to the gnvernm nt from again this evening nt 8 ii'el. ck
leasing the range. And ¡ill tins We Imi <■ this mis ting will lie Weil
w ill be put mbi storage reservoirs attended Lv all ot r business men,
and all tin ai id land ic.'aimed as it is up to them now I to make
the fuir a grami micc-ss
It wid only be a short time « mil ,
wait on vour neighbor Its vour
all this country will Idi ssoin with
<1 utv to do what you cm. There
roses amt range will be a thing of
are generally to me lagers in such
I lie stoikm.in who is amb-rtakinj«, let there l.e
doing all tho v ■ I be « i< wili .l out Burns.
His future looks dark ind< < «1. lie
is willing t I <|o this though f,.’
WILL PASS RESOLITÎONS.
the people, the hum • a< id r. IL
At a meeting of the H irney
is bringing on hiso vn destruction,
but lie IS helping to derelop tin C>m«!y Stoek A-soei-Uion list Sun
country ; that's what lie wants, day afternoon it was decided to
what he has alw.ns w.nite I m pass resold'ions cmi.l ining the
pro|H>se<l land 1-a-e law Wliilt
1 he «itizi iis i f this caller
the meeting was not as largely «t-
< an iecall tho. ands f things tin-
ted fed a« it might have, it appears
big stiH’kmen have d >ne loin
that the •ontimenl of the associa have nil of jt.'
G. W. Pattcrs.in. of Portland,
courage them to m tt'e up this tion is almost unanimously opp< sed
‘ Tl is to called range country lat «1 other inspector, has tau-n in our
cotmirj. !■’. i m a.im «•, hack in I to the law «ml they will tight it
emliruc«s about m H the Inn I in Ore citv for t:»* past week looking into
the So’s when he claimed eveic I’m* ehurin in .-.pp<>iute«l a commit gon desirable Ly homestead settlers. the affairs of the local land office
thing from the rim r< c.s that bor tee of «ive to draw up a memorial It is sétllrment of ju-t such land
W E. Haney. Chris Ruling and
der our v dl< y on th«* not th t«> th to c «iigress ami a meeting has been that is sending Idaho ahead in
F. NV , _ Marshall, of Portland, are
Stein mount i>, und« r the swamp, called f»r Saturday September population so rapidly Chiel J. seph -egislere I at the Commercial.
land grant and extended the glad lliat. f»r the purpi.se of hearing tried to hold the Wallowa vallev; They may locate in thia section.
hand lo the carle scttlei*. “From th1 re|Kirt of the committee, I». the range men are trying to held
Dell Dibble ami wife were in
the rimrei k ba re to that mountn.n the meantime the committee wi 1 Southeastern Oregon T.i«> Indian
Silver creek this week. Dell
Ireycmd is all mine; take vour talk with stockmen in genera* ami had to give way and the while paid this cili, e a call ami t.«ld us
| tiu.l the sentiment of all on
man must sponeror later to ti e ad
«lion e of w I it is 1« ft “
tvervbwlv was «leaf on the creek.
vance of cultivation.
\\ «’Ik but you w ant iniga'ion
Dell still wears the belt.
We unJeratand the meeting to be
“The ills cwncplaintd of bv tl.e
don’t y im.’ \\ e'll he'p \ oil, say •
held on the above date is f. r all range men, pulling up the grass
F E MGee
the administsation, but now cce stockmen in llamey county. Il is
j an«l breaking the crust,’ have brtn daughters la-ia ami Etb«l and son
have to give all our spare « h inge the intention to have everyone pre for years preparing the country fi.r Marvin. * h
■«. in a elnot time
lo river» and harbors so the onlc sent that can l»e tber-—not only real settlement. From year to year for McMmville. where the young
way tot you to get our aid f«*i members ef the aaa<H*iation-^but | more ef the annual rainfall, or ladies will attend school this year
storage reset« «ini and artesian all. That is materially an invita water from mrlting snow, which
Well* is be l«as-ng the ’.mg«’.
tion hi every citizen of the county, formerly slid off the crust as if it
“ Y.’ur f.u e is very fami’iar,”
1 he only argument hi favor of is all are more or less interested in had been oilrd. goes inte the soil to - i:,l tin- C< _■ --men a- <■ «h <>k
leaven it an.i tit it f«,r agriculture the C illousu d hand of » constitu-
leasing the tange. that has .my th* at«.«■'» business
Art »veil the government itself eni. “hut
"eight wli.itvvei.tsih.it it ceil' put
•« 1 tu v c.tiiT reta' vour
n stop tomigratoiv st«>«k coming
-I di’ii’t w< ii.i-. r a bit at trat.”
and fancier». but husinsM men as servr it as a desert, though it j* a
tn and eating up our grass, l.iws
well If the land leasing bill is to region seven times greater, rqually •aid the caller. “It’s the fau t f
•o prevent that can l>< p.issed be
that duo L ■< editor of vui'll. T a
be deleate,) it wu| take work.
rich of eo«l and bleeard with eli- time we
llie slate. Other slat« s tin»■ I
•'ur List ». iMHv fair
mate as the Willamette valley; fnr he went
•>( th s n.itui«
iteti my piviur’
NN i euniie
Tl «• Bur- . Furnitur*C<> -rc ivet
the l.sml Office i*
p!ace«l that if with B
' name under it ”
tonii- i f the . ,l( Kling s
'» »«'tier ,-n .. u t„ U„ j
-< it V«
STA.H jü E
"ucl latti i, Biggs rroprietnr-,
Incuti d tin th" cernir of first
grain an hand'
Bus ccnipctenr Inlp, linn.« a .Job NVifgi n, T>1 row
This Stable is
gers to any ; art of the ('«lU'itry,
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M. F itzgerald , r;:EsiPi>r
.-, ... - 'a
r N ev
U.S Ruiri: Sn-r axi > Ter«« mm ^ wi
\ tt <. i . m y -
B iggs <t Tri xc::
Abstraits Fuinisliid a.iil Till
To ail Lands in Harnei V «’Uni', 0rr¡,»^B
< ■ ;iic<- in I > - ■ 1, Bu«.,: . Ik w
Bought and Sold < mi Commission'.
TFJSCH & DONEGAN, Proprietor.',
f' »SS rm
V • v , - • —•
(French lie,use building)
MESDAMES KOUSAM «< JORDAN, Proprietor«.
Beard by the day, week cr norith.
Large, clean and comfortable rooms.
personal ruprrvisic.n i f the landladies.
Everything under tn»
TRAVELING MENS HEADQUARTERS
C'en:rally 1 cat 1 with Fatnpb' rooms in connection.
THE JONES LEVER BINDER--
The <1.1;. DtaJcr with a Ely NN heel.
X- , I
y~qijc on their
served semeorc’s “Graa^
but fur what they’il do for you.
— N«>t because the price is lowest (they cost more to
th in anv other > but became they ‘-till llie bill.”
1 tiec have roused the bitterest opp «siti«>n front
N ou 11 see the reason cchc it cou but
• —- try • them.
tr .. .. I ata «
m«*nts from tongue to tire -save lime—'
C >me in and lo< k them « ve’- -'ice ill pav Nou to 1
THC JC\rS MAY RAKE.
. -• * • » •
p« ■*'*’" • ike