The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, March 22, 1902, Image 1

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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, MARCH 13, 1902.
The Times-jlerald.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One Tear
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Si* Month« ..............................................
Three Mouth« -
ding will l>e 1B0 miles long. Its PRICE ON CATTLE 10 BE SET the seller» may be intluenced to let
TO RECLAIM LARGE TRACT day evening the coming summer, EUREKA & EASTERN ROAD
greatest elevation will be 4000 feet,
(will you.)
loose at a two dollar bill less than
and the heaviest grade will be 3
he should get. On the other hand
Je38 is back at the Sod House
1 percent. Captain D.-Lamar and I PRESENT MONTH WILL DETERMINE if the buyers learn of the good field
STATE WILL ENTER INTO CONTRACT again after serving a couple of INTERVIEW WITH ÜEO. H. PROCTOR
have been working with Mr. Har­
here for picking up a really first
THE SELLINO PRICE.
ON THE SLBJECT.
WITH COMPANY,
months at Escindido ranch haul­
ing wood and posts. Jess was over
beard the other day asking a
policeman if he has seen anything
of his black baby. Win. R. hap­
pened to be passing that way and
answered, “yes.”
Henderson Elliott moved his
family and cattle from his ranch
here to Sage Hen where he will re­
side the coining summer. He left
here Wednesday morning.
C. 8. Brod well, who is traveling
for the Honeyman Hardware Co.
and C. M. Pearson traveling for the
Pacific Coast Rubber Co. were here
this week.
riman for four months to prevail
class article, and a number rush in,
upon him to build a branch line to
the range will reap the benefit.
OEFICIAL DIRECTORY
Bully hill. The Shasta Mineral
This
is what the man far back in
«TATK—OBKGOJi :
The Paso Over Which the Road Will Cross
Falters Or«|os's Output of Range cattle
Portland Men Propose to Water Nearly 0000
J. H. Mitchell.
! Belt Railway company is surveying
tJ.».S*a«tori
The Sierras Lowest to be Foaad-*
the interior is working for, and is
Large—Butera Haie Not Yer Ar­
Jueeph Simon
Acres In Haraey Countv--Other
I for a road to Bully bill. If they
Route to be Followed.
(Thu«. Tongue,
rived—Own«» Are Waltisg.
what the district wants.
Applicants Must Walt.
t M A. Moody
Cuugru. i ■ i
build it, all right, but we have
D. R. N. Blackburn
Jordan Valley has 1500 fine year­
Attorney jeueral ..........
................. T. T. Geer
Gsvsrnor
A dispatch to the San Francisco promised Captain De Lamer the
. .FI Dunbar
Salem,
Or.,
March
15.-G.L.
Dill
­
After
a
good
winter
for
range
­
Beerstar y ui State
ling
steers for sale. The other part
C 8 Moore
Treasurer
Bulletin from Redding, Cal., under railroad to Bully hill within six | stock and the opening of an early
J H Ackerman man, of Oregon City, State Engin­
Supt. Public luetruction.
of the range have their usual quota.
W
H
Lded«
State Printer
date of March 5, gives the following months.”
spring, the cattle raiser ai d the They have gone through the winter
t K. 8. Beau. eer. today approved the plans and
C. Wolverton
concerning the proposed Eureka 4
•aprem« Judge«
Asked whether his company i cattle buyer are now pitted against in good condition. The raisers have
specifications of the Portland Cotn-
» F. A. Moore
I
Eastern railway:
should put on a line of steamers each other for the coming business kept well posted. They know what
1 pany for the reclamation of 8793
nineth judicial district .
George
H
Proctor,
who
arrived
M.
D.
CLirroeo
from Eureka to the orient, Procter I in their line, The past week has the market ¡8. They are waiting
District J ldge
acres
of
arid
land
in
Harney
Coun
­
Win
Miller
District Attorney
. ...IS User
with Lord Thurlow late yesterday said: “We are building a railroad; ! witnessed a decline iu the western
Joiut-K.«pre«eutatiTS
ty,
W.
E.
Burk,
manager
of
the
.
j
W
Morrow
for the buyers. They are ready to
J«Lst-deu mor ....
afternoon, for the first time gave ! doubtless the steamer line will take , market for fat cattle, and this de­
company, has been notified of this
do business when the buyers say
CSCJiTY —HARNKY
out the full details of the route and 1 care of itself."
James A Sparrow action, and a contract forth« recla­
cline came at the opportune time the word. They have the goods
Coosty Judge
H. Kicnardeon
plans of the new Eureka 4 Eastern
Cisrk
..................
It A Miller mation of this land will be execut­
for t'uo buyer of stock. There is this time and are willing to make
1>E LAMAR INTERESTED.
1'lMSUter
J K Johnson
railroad this morning. He had set
surreytr ..........................
Geo Shelley ed by the State Land Board at
always a critical moment in the the delivery. June is the custom­
Bherift
....................
J W Buchanan
The Salt Lake Herald publishes
this evening at 8 o’clock for receiv­
Aaaesao
...........
J
<
’
Bartlett
once.
The
cost
of
reclamation
is
cattle
business when the price is
School Superintendent
. E J Noble
ing newspaper men, but he consent­ a story to the effect that Captain J. set that will govern the dealing ary month for railro d delivery.—
»lock I aspector
A. Venator fixed at $87,934, and the annual
TO RESERVE CRATER LAKE.
... I
GSflMkiMiOMrB
R J Williams
ed to be interviewed in advance for R. De Lamar is heavily interested ' the season. This moment will Ontario Democrat.
I cost of maintenance at $1 50 per
HABMEY Ü. 8. LAND OFF1CK :
the benefit of readers of the Bulle­ in the Eureka 4 Eastern railway j come for Eastern Oregon during
Geo. w Have« year. The contract with the Port-
ttflSter
1 Displayed today in the windows tin.
SENATOR MITCHELL FOR IT.
....... Cha«. Newell
j project. It says:
Ascsiver
i land Company will be the first to of Woodard 4 Clarke ¡8 a petition
the latter part of March. The re­
“Captain J. R. De Lamar, having
“
This
will
be
the
first
time
I
have
: be executed by the Land Board un­ which, for length and number of
gion now has n few "feelers” who
SOCIETIES.
The following letter from Senat-
really given the details to a news gained fame as a mining man, has 1 are getting at the inside workings
SVI.VA REBEKAH Decree No <3
der the arid land law.
signers,
is
a
record
broker
tn
a
'
or
Mitchell is self-explanatory:
«entre) uiciil** Werlueí'la) .
Tillie Jordan N. O;
The tract mentioned lies 20 miles ' way. Over 4000 people of Oregon paper.” said the New York finan­ blossomed forth as a prospective of the district, learning just who - “Washengton.Feb. 2G.—Hon. W.
Kränkle Brenton Kec »ec y -
railroad
magnate
From
a
friend
cier.
‘
The
interview
telegraphed
southeast of Burns and six miles have united in a prayer to Congress
will come on the ground to buy,and S. U’Ren, Sccretry of Direct Legis-
A O. U. W. Burns Lodge, No 47
north of Malheur Lake. Burke pro­ to set aside Crater lake, in Kla­ from Chicago gave the factB in gen­ of the captain in Salt Lake, it is just what will be offered. The ac­ I lation League, Oregon City, Or.—
M«i..rer,
“l«h£ A Dlllanl. M . w.
learned that be is interested in the
poses to irrigate the land partly math county, for a national park eral, but they did not come from
tual buying has not commenced, My Dear Sir: I bog to acknowledge
». it Uoyl. Rec.
ocbenie
to build a railroad from
Lord
Thurlow
or
me.
We
refused
from streams and by pumping wa­ reserve. And every .lover of the
but offers ranging from $17 to $19 i receipt of youts of Feburary 17,
| Eureka, Cal , to a connection with
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
ter from large wells by means of mountains and woods will certainly to see newspaper men there. E. II.
for yearlings and $24 to $26 for just received, in which you state
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday
Oregon Short Line near Weiser,
Tlltpm,
J M Dalton N. G.
steam pumps. It is proposed to use echo the sentiment which argues Harriman of the Southern Prtific | the
two-year-olds are about to be made. I that the Portland board of trade
Idaho.
W Y King, secy.
and
James
J.
Hill
of
the
Great
1 sagebrush in part for fuel, though for the preservation and for the pro­
The cattle men are all in good cir­ i has referred to its committee on
“It was announced in a special
it is hoped that oil may be found tection of that rare, beautiful region Northern ane intimately concerned
cumstances financially and will
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
dispatch from Chicago nearly two l ot be compelled to sell their young legislation a request from ths Dir­
in
the
building
of
the
Eureka
4
in that region.
which uiav, in a few years, become
ect Legislation League of Oregon
Mr. Dillman said today that he despoiled by hunters unless the Eastern railroad from Eureka, via weeks ago that James J Hill, W. A, stuff This fact is having a tend­ for its indorsement and approval of
II.
Harriman
were
|
Clark
and
E.
Redding,
to
Weiser.
Ido.,
a
dis
­
W. J. COLEMAN,
wotld not act upon any other appl­ government takes measures to set
ency to hold the yearling market a
tance of 800 miles. I have worked 1 among those inteces.ed in a rail­ triile strong thrououghout the range the proposed amendment to tho
Stenographer and Notary Public ications for contracts for the recla­ the grounds aside.
constitution of the state of Oregon
involving this route,
mations of arid land until the appl­ The Crater Lake region is prep- on the great project unceasingly for ' road project
If the selling price is started too providing for the initiative and re­
B urns , - O regon .
but
this
was
followed
by
denials
I Ohle« tu ciazeu« Bank Building.
icants furnish more complete speci­ erly named'one of the greatest natu­ a year and a half. The contract
low, a great many will holdover*
for building the railrsad was let to from each of the men who were this class of stock, and close out ferendum .
fications.
ral
wonders
of
tho
world,
”
as
well
“I think you know without any
GEO. Ö. SIZEMORE,
it now appeare that
mat
the Finance company of New Y'ork, j mentioned, It
us one of the greatest glories of arid by them has been sub-let to | such a scheme actually is under I their fat stuff It is rather difficult | expression from me that I not only
attorney ,
at the present for the buyer and nin now but have been f for years
Narrows Happenings.
scenic Oregon.
B urns , .......................... O regon .
Drake 4 Stratton of New York ! way, with Captain De Lamar as j
Every one who has visited it lias The capital i- $25,000,000. It may one of its principle promoters. ■ and seller to get together. The heartily in favor of this proposed
LV.. .Lou», Land business, and Real
katbic .natter pruni} ils attended to.
(Crowded out last week.)
pronounced it so. Probably bj not cost th's full amount to build Associated with him in the enter­ buyers are governed partially, of amendment, and I have no hesita-
Cbauncy Cummins of the firm of Monday or Tuesday some 5000
course, ly their ability to once i tion in expresuing myself at all pro-
4, A BK.U&,
DALTON BIGGS
the road, but it will cost near it. prise are Lord Thomas John Thur­
Geer & Cummins was a visitor in names will have been attached to
again contract to other buyers, and I per ways in its favor. I believeju
Biggs & Biggs
All the money is up, and we ask low of England, G. II, Proctor,
our town last week.
there being a disposition to hold the | large portion of the people of Ore­
the
monster
petition
which
is
to
go
no bonus from anyone, Thoug h Robt Gibson and William R. A,
' A l’TOKNE YS - AT - LA W,
market back until some of the gon favor the amendment; so let us
Eugene Frousner, representing to Congress in furtherance of the the field work has been curried oti Wilson.
'MN8,
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OREGON.
great questions of the hour may be , have it.
movement
which
was
started
some
so quietly ns to excite little atten­ “The enterprise calls for $25,-
Practice in all toe courts of Ore. Weinhardt 4 Co and C. F. Barth-
I
settled, the result is that the spring
months
ago
mainly
by
Good
Maza-
“I have not the time at present,
olonia
who
is
traveling
for
Marx
4
tion. Every mile on the road is 000,000 and it is understood that it
Collections promptly made.
Jorgensen were here on a flying ma Will G. Steel and others in this surveyed. We surveyed from Eu­ I was partially because he had this business here is late. The supply , nor do I think it necessary logo in-
-
I
0. AltKMBOLD
C. W.F a I s RI b H
city to obtain governmental restric­ reka, on the coast, to the Sacra- j big enterprise in view that Captain J of Eastern Oregon cattle is heavy | to the s|*eciflc reasons why I favor
trip.
R PARRISH & REMBOLD,
as of former years.
j thia amendment. The reasons ente­
mento river, just above Redding De Lamar recently turned into cash
Taylor Simmons was in Burns tions for Crater lake.
There are tricks in all trades.and rtained by those who favor J it are
Atlurneys-al-Law,
Mr
Steel
’
s
efforts
are
on
exhibit
On
the
east
side
of
the
river,
out
i
his
heavy
holdings
in
tho
Consoli-
last Friday on business.
the cattle business is no exception. : known generally to the people of
Buras mud Canyon City,) Oregon.
today, and as may be expected the
Wni piavtice iu toe courts ut Hurney and
Mrs. N. J. Simmons is having work attracts a great deal of atten­ through Burney valley, we adopt a dated Merour mine, giving him If a buyer or two can slip into this ( Oregon.
urani cuuut>< • ano iu me «jpietue exurt ut me
full survey made by the Union something like $750,000 in roady
4a>* auuai«oluL. » land uiiicv.
j her house moved. The contract tion. it is a labor of love so far as
district and beat down tho market, I
“J ohn H. M itchell .’*
Pacific several yearn ago. In brief money with which to operate,
has
been
awarded
to
the
Anderson
Chus. IT. L-eonard,
he is concerned. He has been send this is the route:
I Bros.
A ttorney - at - law ,
ing out hundreds of postal cards to
“We run from Eureka a little j
Some Real Estate Moves at Van.
Careful attention given to Collec­
A. McKinzie with a small force all who would be likely to be inter­ sooth of east across Humbolt and j
tions and Real Estate matters. I of men, is engaged in grubbing a ested soliciting their names to be Trinity counties. We bear six
A. B. Marks has bought the Ken
J. W. liions, PllKStllKST AMD AITINO VAHIlirn.
Notary Public.
right of way for the road between used on this petition. The respon- miles south of Weaverville. It is you place below Drewsey.
11 C. Li vens , V ice l'iiKsim sT.
B urns ,
O regon .
here and Lawen.
ses have been quite spontaneous impossible to pass nearer that town,
George
How«
has
bought
out
Office in Times-Herald building
The dance last Friday night al from all parts of the state. Every owing to the topography of the | Bert Simmons on Calamity and is
Dr Kerns was a success in every postmaster in the southern part of country. Of course a branch will . building a fine residence on bis
7
T homntun W illiams
M. F itz G erald
the state has been put in possession eventually run to Weaverville. We ■
1N< ’OHl’OKATEL».)
particular.
i Attorney at Law.
Notary Public
property
and
will
put
in
a
large
Real L»tate Agent
of one of the petitions and asked to come straight through the Shasta
Geo. Cawlfield'a infant daughter help the movement along in all
crop of grain this spring.
divide to Tower House, through
has been very ill for some time possible way*. As reflecting the de
Bert Simmons has boughtout the
old Shasta and straight down Mid­
WILLIAMS 4 FITZGERALD
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00
i necessitating the call of a doctor. • ires of the public generally it is
_Qfiice in old Ma«auic Building.
dle creek, near the public road io Dunton Brothers at Juntura paying
A
<
Jenr-fitl
Ktinkintx BitHiiK-nM T riiix^ticteel.
Mr. Cawlfield baa also been quite thou ht that this petition may have
B urns ,
-
O regon .
the Sacramento river. We cross $4000 we are sorry to loose Bert as
8. W. MILLER,
sick with tonsilitis not being able
Director»:
W.
Y
King,
I. S. Geer.
Geo. Fry,
the effect of acquainting the mem­ the river at a point near the north- he •• a good neighbor but our loss
I to be about.
W
E
Triacb,
J
C.
Welcome
bers of Congress with the urgency ern limits of Redding To go up is others g tin.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
John Hembree has gone to Port­ of the situation. It is quite appar­ Pitt river at once is out of our way.
Burns, - - - Oregon
< 'orreiapoTidene© Invited.
Joseph llolebos who has been
■
land on business and will be gone ent to every one that the beauty ot so we run up North Cow creek to very low with pneumonia for the
Ml
JOHX W UBABT
W L. MAB8DKM
a couple of weeks.
the Crater lake region must be pre­ Hatchet creek, pass back of Car­ past two months is much better
MARSDEN A GEARY.
berry*, down Burney creek, through and will be up in a abort time.
Rulje Hughet passed through on served before it is too late.
Ph) sicians and Surgeons.
These petitions have.now begun Burney valley, thence following the
his way to Warm Springs to bring
James Anderson brought a bunch
BURNS,
OREGON.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
his cattle, which he ba* been feed- to come in and will be forwarded general course of the Pitt river to
cf
cattle Lome a few days ago from
PJke at reside nee.
Phone Xo. SO
ling there for the past few weeks to Washington at once. Mr Steel .-all river mills, through a corner
Thomas Arnold's ranch on Pine
back to his ranch near the Narrows has been commended for his en­ of Lassen, pas* Alturas, in Modoc,
DR H, VOLP,
thusiastic interest in behalf of the and Lakeview, in southern Oregon, creek where he has f»een haying
Gus Hurlburt and wife and Geo
bill—House bill 4393—now before and northeasterly through Lake, them fed for the past month.
Physician and Surgeon,
Miller and wife of Warm Springs
BAILEY 4 ANDREWS, Proprietor. BURNS, OREGON.
The Dunton Bros, have bought
congress, making this region re­ Harney and Malheur counties to
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE
were in town last Monday.
the
8am
Williams
place
above
serve.
' Weiser, on the Oregon and Idaho
Strictly nxst-Cleiss
rewnton
L E. limberd
Jack Collin*, who ia cooking for
Drewsey paying $5<X)O they have
He earnestly hopes that it may , line.
Hibbard <Sc Brownton, the Dredger, wai in to give us a
Boet ^kcccnimodatlon.
become a law this session. In fact, i “From Wtiser there is a narrow secured a good place and we pre­
I
D entists .
1 friendly call last week.
assurances have been received that gage line running 100 miles north dict for them success as they art-
Offi'« first door ml of The mitene Back
Lowell Mulley of Warm Springs the bill stands a very good show of This will be widened to the stand­ hard working and enerjetic men.
Burn«. Oregon.
passed through on his way to getting through this session, in ard gage and J. J. Hill who built We are sorry to lose Sam from
This hotel is centrally located and under the management of an
which event every lover of the grand south from the great Northern to amongst us, for he is a highly resp­
Lawen returning Tuesday.
ex perienced landlord, The building ba* lieeti thoroughly renovated
Having bought the Restau­
ected
citiaan
and
a
good
neighbor
mountain scenery of Oregon wi.l be connect with this. From the Fall
Ted Dunn while out riding some
and is well furnished, Th« dining room is in charge of polite, accotn-
rant business of Simon Lewie,
gratified. Every one river mills a branch lie« will he We extend the hand of fellowship
few days ago wa* treated to a sur­ exceedingly
Tbe tables are furnished with the best.
who would like to add their nam-s
I respectfully invite a continu­
to his successors the Dunton Rro* modeling waiters
prise, bis horse showing him how to the petition is at liberty to do so. run.tothe southeast through Lassen
ation of all old patrons, as well
to turn a double hand spring in as tbe pmnervatior. of Crater Lake county to Tremo, to connect with
F irst C lass B ar I n C onnection
as new
M rs II E. S mith .
mid air Ted sav* he don't mind park will in the future reflect credit the Northern Oalifornia 4 Oregon
NOTICE.
B UI 1 11
learning to be an acrobat but he and be of great Irenefit to the state. to Reno, Nev , which becomes part
Hon. Thomas H Tongue intro­ of our system.
don't like to walk home.
Is hereby givsu that by order
duced the bill, and it ha* been re­
“One great overwhelming advan­ made and entered cn the Atb day
James Wbitefoik* is on a visit ported with strong indorsement V>
tage of the Eureka 4 Eastern rail­ of February 1902 the undersigned
JOHN MnN! ri.I.EN
[here; the House It is hoped that the
road is that of a winter route. Our was appointed administrator of the
»peaker
will
give
it
a
fair
chance,
Jimmie is the ancient Mariner. and the probabilities are that h»-
very greatest elevation is 5000 feel, estate of Emma J. Davis deceased
Jim can anger, whoop, and rail. will.
- and we will require no snowsheds
and all persons holding claims
Buras
,»gon
Get drunk on «bisdey, b««r or
It ia hop»d to #<-t a delegation of
OF ONTARIO OREGON
public men. with possible Speaker whatever Very little snow falls against the estate are hereby notifi­
fail.
Cloudv dais preferred i-r
along the route at al). Ilatcbet ed to present the same to me at
Whet. *11 of theseexhaust nr fail: Hende-son, to visit the Crater lake
A<x*ountw
of
<
Finns mid I ik I ia d I iua I h
making sittings Photos fin­
region this summer, when W asb-1 creek p*.s is the lowest pass for * my residence near Itrewsev Oregon
James shoulder* hie ted and ingtonians will tie ont on their mid-
Holk-ited.
ished in carbon and platinum
railroad in the whole Sierra Nevada verified as by law required, within
(hit* th« trail. -urnrner vacations. If the toil now
effects
STOCKHOLDERS;—John D Dalv. William Jones, Frank R.
mountains. The ease with which six month* from the date of this
Coffin, Abner Robbins, B F Olden, M Alexander, N. U. Carpen­
Henry Inteman of the Sod House pending succeeds in getting past we can carry on traffic unimpeded
Instanlat eoi’s process used
notice.
ter, William Miller, E II. Test, Tho*. Turnbull
says be can't ride broncho* but be the lower branch of congre.g it will by the winter snow* will app-al to
extensively. First-class work
have no difficulty, it is stated, in
Dated this Nil, day of Feb 1902
would willingly help the girl* wash becoming a law through the con­ the entire east
and satisfaction guaranteed.
V. II. TEST, ( s«hler.
I M Davit
diebe« for a Pw hours each Satur- currence of the senate —Telegram
The road from Eureka to Red-
Administrator
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