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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1902)
It v.ould be vise to keep them
A Qreat Newspaper
out of the United Stites, but he
concurred in the judgment of the
The Sunday edition of the
S aturday march 22 iw
la *eri> of the committee on foreign Louis Republic is a marvel
affairs that it was extremely modern newspaper enterprise.
doubtful if congress had the pow The orginization of its news ser
er under the constitution to bar vices is world-wide, complete in
The Kansas City Star, has dis
their entrance at the ports of the every department; in tact, superi
covered the real motiye of Prince
United States. The committee or to that of any other newspaper. |
Henry in visiting this country, as
has decided to make it easy for
The magazine section is illus
the representatives cf Chinese trated in daintily tinted colors and Depart for Tim «munii* À1CKIVK
Sro.n llintl*.t»a Or.
“So many false 'eports have
i commercial firms to come into the splendid half-tone pictures. This
been given out concerning the
United States upon business. In section contains more high-class Chicago-Salt Luk- Denver, Ft.
Porti nd Worth, Omaha. Kan
purposes of Prince Henry’s visit
other respects the Geary law will literary matter than any of the Special sas City, St Louia.
that the truth should be stated.
be re-enacted practically as it monthly magazines. The fashions , 12.35 Chica- and Eaat.
He came neither to purchase the
stands in the Revised Statutes. illustrated in natural colors are
Philippines nor to seek consent to
If the view of the committee pre especially valuable to the ladies-'
station a fleet in the Caribbean
The colored comic section is a p;
Worth Omaha, Kar- 3:35
vails the million Chinese of the
sea. Wliat he came for was this
aas City, St. Louis p IL.
Philippines, as well as myriads of genuine laugh-maker. The funny
Chicago and Fast.
To make a cash oiler of $750 for
cartoons are by the best artists.
so-called merchants from China,
Alaska. To ask for a (ierman
Wall Walla, Lewi«-
will be allowed to come to the i class, by authors of national rep-
coaling station at Cape Cod. To
ton Spokme. Minne
United States. In fact there will utation.
apuli- .'t Pan), Du-
contract for Wienerwurst and ex
be practically no limit to the in- j Sheet music, a high-class, pop- '
llulli Milwaukee, Chi
tra pale keg beer for the Prussian
Lago nd East.
gress of the pigtail horde, since ular song, is furnished free every I
army. To explain to Admiral they can easily reach the Philip- . Sunday in the Republic.
The price of the Sunday Re
Dew ey that the (ierman vessels pines from China and from there
in Manila bay were merely put take passage to the United States public by mail one year is $2.00
For sale by all news dealers.
ting up a practical joke. To ask as Philippine citizens, since all the
AII sailing dates sub
for an “open door” treaty al Sa Celestials look alike. Here we
ject to chat ge. 4 p. m.
bine Pass and Port Arthur. To have one of the first direct results
For San Francisco
every 5 days.
find out how J. Pierpont Morgan of the baleful effects of the policy
does it. To visit Camp Alger.the of Asiatic conquest upon the in-
Our new book entitled “ 40 M oney
tomb of William Patterson and lerests of American workingmen.
M aking I dkas " is worth its weight in
other points of histoiical interest.” — Boise News.
gold to every man who wants to start a
legitimate, paying mail order lusiness
A curious ordinance is that pro
The retirement of Secretary It tells you what to do and how to do
4 30 p rfi
posed recently in Louisville, Ky , Long from the cabinet will occa it successfully. Send us 50c today
and we will send you the book, and a
which provides that ministers of sion no regret. He will always
valuable monthly journal one year free
all denominations shall pay a be looked upon by the majority
3:30 p m
C entury P ublishing Co., Box 73,
quarterly license of $50, and that of the people ot this country as
H eron L ank , M inn .
the attorney of the sinking fund having countenanced the dastard
shall garnish their salaries in the ly conspiracy against Admiral
4:30 p m
event of non-payment. The or- Schley. His othcial acts m con I
Portland Corvallis 'J uesday
diance provides that all ministers, nection with the Schley-Sampson
and Way-Landings. Thurs &
of whateyer denominations, shall controversy brought disgrace up
be required to pay a license for on the Navy department from
the reason “that of late they have which it will be a long time in
been try ing to bull into politics freeing itself.
1:20 a tu Riparia to Lewiston. 8:30 a in
T rude M a r. s
a ’ . :>
and attempting, by advancing un
The cabinet changes made since
C opyrights A c .
wise theories, to take a hand in Roosevelt became president have
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
A N.H oar ,
qu.<«i)y ascertain our opinion free wh eGier an
Invention Is probably patentable. i’ommunh a
the conduct of municipal affairs.” all been improvements. But the Hints
strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest auency for securing patent«.
A. L. CRAIG,
Patents taken through .Munn A Co. receive
This must I' l * supposed to be a worst of the lot remains—John
will out charge. In the
Gen. Pass. Ae’t. Portland. Oregon
joke, but it is certainly a very Hay, the English Secretary of
A. L. MOHLER, President.
shabby one, even for a Kentucky State. When he is suspended by
A handsomely iV istrate ! weeklv. I.sreest cir
culation of any scientific 1 -mrnnl. Terms. |’( n
-ear; four mon'ba, |L. Sold by ul! newsdealer*.
Up-to-date job printing at reason
an American the country will
have much to be thankful for.—
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Eastern Oregon. The proprietors have spared no expense to put the road in
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An excellent qua)itvrof all kinds of lumber always on hand. For fur
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Shop opposite old Brewery
ai d dispatch.
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Local Agents Malheur Co.
Wm. Cooley. Bui ah,
Lytle Howard, Westfall
Lirai Agents Harosy Co.
C. P. Rutherford, Burn«,
J - II. Loiigan. Hanney
E. A Heath, Drew8cy
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HEAEQUARTERS AT ONTARIO, OREGON.
Eastern Oregon Developing Company does a general
real estate and commission business. Buys and sells
real estate, mines and mineral lands, business enter
prises of all kinds, horses, cattle, sheep, etc. Location
of government lands and the development of the re
sources of Eastern Oorgon and contiguous territory.
J ohn E. R oberss , ecy ., O ntario , O r .
President Roosevelt informed
the Boer representatives the other
day that the United States could
not assiwt the Boer cause in any
way. Judging by the tenor of
the l ite news the Boel a are not
in any particular need of assistance
in short, that they ate able to
I.ike care of themselves. The
cause or republicanism is still
alive in South Africa. The great
Bi ilish empire is not making mui li
headway in its impeii.il policies
in thut country. People who tight
for independence for themselves
and then country are not easily
subdued. The Boers have l ich.}’
won the light to be fiee and gov
ern themselves, without the nieil-
tiling of England or any othir
country in the governing buai-
A train wieck on the Southern
I’.u itu neat Sanderson, Tex , re
sulted m the deaths of 15 persons
mill injuries of jR inoie. T he tram
was west bound, and most of the
victims, aside from the crew,were
immigrants going to California
The wreck caught lire, and many
of the passengers, pinned down
in the broken coaches, were crc-
in.ited. A broken 1.ul caused the
It we cannot Lave the direct
popular election of senators, it is a
comfort at least to have found an
approximation to it in the primary
law that was tested yesterday with
such satisfactory results. It is true
that no choice ot a senator was
made or contemplated yesterday,
lint it is also true that a senator
went before the people for re-
election and was effectually de
feated; We can see now the inade
quacy of primary elections beiv-
tofore. They are not real elec
lions. When the voter comes t<i
understand that votes at primaries
are counted and recorded, '.he pri
mary will be a true election, ami
a very close approximation can be
had to direct election of senators.
scr- against the merger one in g>H*l
faith, or is it brought to settle the
case in favor of the Northern
S ia uritu-s Company, .-nd so end
'1 he house committee on (or-
attacks: We shall sve
< ign affairs winch is favorable to
the Chinese exclusion bill t« of
the opinion that congress cannot
• scinde the Chi e-< wll o «irr noA
in the Philippin«
< ». \ rrttfi
’I aft lias testiti«d I ill
MAIN ST.. BURNS
Wagan woik done i.i a satisfactory manner.
AH orders given
Give him a call.
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Our fee returned if we fail. Any one sending sketch and description of
any invention will promptly receive our opinion free concerning the patent
ability of same. “How to Obtain a Patent” sent upon request. Patents
secured through us advertised for sale at our expense.
Patent taken out through us receive special notice, without charge, in
T ue P atent R ecord , an illustrated and widely circulated journal, consulted
by Manufacturers and Investors.
Send for sample copy FREE. Address,
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WASHINGTON, D. C.
Harvey W. Scott lor United
States senator at any cost. This
is the secret of his new friendship
for Mr. Mitchell. This is the
secret of his affiliation with those
whom he has heretofore denounc
K Absiilutely l’l KE. ¡mil
ed and exposed as the enemies of
will 01 TWEAK all other
the community. To gam this end
he would abandon the principles
if your local dealer dor» not eai
he has advocated for years, and
rv it write to u» ahd ue will »er that
you prt it.
ally himself with those who are
W I* Fuller A Co. Portland
seeking to use the great paper
he controls to boost themselves
into power. He would rule or
ruin.- Portland Journal
••Billy" Furnish won out at the
to primaries in Umatilla county, a«
every one expected lie would,
that is probably the end of hi«
suuv’s toi the governorship nom
ination. however.- Baker Demo
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DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention.
Only those bom deaf are incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE. SAYS:
B alttmork . Md.. March y. mxjt .
Brins’ ent’rrlv cured of deafne«« thanks to your treatment, 1 will now give you
a full history of n»y caae. to be used at your discretion.
About five vear« mp niv right ear began to siug. and this kept on getting worse, until I lost
try hearing ■» tins rnr entirely.
1 under* nt 3 treatment fcr catarrh, for three month« without anv success, consulted a num*
lx*r >f pi»v«n .us. among other« the most eminent ear specialist of this city who told me that
onlv au viw'atton could help me. and even that only temporarily, that the head noises would
then cease Sr.t the henring in the affected ear would-be lost f-r*ver'
1 then mw vjnr a ch < rt-*ei:v at accidentally in a New York paper and ordered your treat
ment. After I had u«ed it only a few days according to vonr direction« the nm--e« cr.-iNed and
to-d.iv after five week« my hearing in the diseased ear has been entirely restored I thank so»»
hea’tily and beg to remain
V _rv tmlv vours.
E. A. WERMAX TjoS. Broadway Baltimore. Md.
Ortr f not interfere with your
• first Rational Bank j
ALL CASES OF
YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC. 596 LA SALLE AYE.. CHICAGO, ILL.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest V. &. Gov’t Report
The Harney County I iva c» ,
will pay seven Hundred and F*J‘,•
ward for the arreat and
son or in-rsona who kill, «-v,
horses, mule« or <-aUle SeloiUiJ,''
bei of the Aasoeiatlon. Th,
G W. Y ocno , See’y, Burns, "¿¿J”
mottos and r. o. adoi !IM o ,
Geo II Hag-ay, Burna, <-att;e
with H L connected, on left in? L’
per half crop off left ear. u,>
right eaa. wattle on lefl .houlXi1
Emigrant and vlcloitv. awo»». -
B R Dorter, Burna, cattle
neaih heartfou left hip.
each ear. crop offeltherear use'
feteri 'lemena, Buna, hors., a,
l.e cattle same on either
and sp it In left ear, swallow
under bit in right.
L C Grout, Burns, Horses TJ
hip: cattle, Hip Strap over the
down on both hips; earmark«
and underbit in each ear,
M Fenwick, Burns, horses, doab,
al bar on left shoulder. <a:t!e C,
earmarks, two underbits in eachM-
branded bnr T on right ribs m ?-
half crop in left ear.
J H Bunyard, Burns, cattle 7
marks, crop of
J P Withers,
on left should
either hip: eai
derbit in left.
Martin Bros. Burt-a. cattle, d01>.
either hip: ea- .,“.’
riglir car. a»allow fork In I,,.
Jaw: also sume brauded . In le N o,
<» I. ShhiKtedecker. Burns, t,..^
shoulder; caul,., a .,„ r|K|,t ►
marks cr<>p Ort right ear, crop
crop oft left.
Fred Denaledt, Burns, horses n
shoulder: rattle FD on left side
der half crop in each car.
KJ Williams. Riles, horses, eg
sh..iilder: cattle. < B on left nip
.-ff left ear. under half crop . if :|.|r
< cr '-hln; also cattle bra........
derbll in left ear. under halt i-ro»|n- '
left riba. cm>. a. . i;,- ’ i.
under half crop in right.
Narrows, horses. Th couJS
left stifle; tattle Th coin bineo oil lefi
mark, upper slope on each tar. watile !
and btdl collar.
Sylvester Smith. Narrows. horttt,W. I
leg: cattle \ bar, earmark, uiiderhi'L
short over slope in each ear jutht- -
right hind leg and left shoulder; cw;.
circle s on either hip; carmarK, cmja W
ear. split in under side of left; twofe^H
A E Young. Hurns, horses, V onhtH
J < con nested on right shoulder; U |
h it shoulder; raiiJc, rocking ( hair.-■ i5J
earmark, right ear drooped dowu.kit >'
lug towards bead on upper side; wa;;<
side of neck; all animals dehorned. “
C P Rutherford. Burns, cattii», bar
side; chi mark, uruler half crop ri/hia
bar 2 on »eft shoulder
Michael Moylan, horses, .‘5<m leftrii
.3 011 left hip; niHrk. right tar with S
left drooped down, jugbandie on bna«
Thus \\ ingfield. Burns, horses, ®
on l» it shoulder: ca:tle, same onJeftut
crop oil left ear, short overslope
John Craddock. Silvies, horses. 8-8oiO h
shonhier; cattle. S-S on right «.de; nt CT
oil rishi ear, swallow fork In leit, tr *
W E Smit h, But ns. cattle, XI on ri
mark, split iu right ear, wattle on not , L
[ G Hudspeth. Burns, cattle. s< issoii^'L.'
| side: mark, crop and split iu each ear. >•
Simon Lewis, Burrs, cattle si. on
mark, crop and nnderhit iu .’eft ear,48
under halbcrop oil’right.
,?ur::B> cattle Quarter ram
left hip; marks, cn p oft-left ear, hjitrifij
John Witaall. Burns, horses, Wbari
fl 1 tie; cattle, diamond bar on Mtbif
split in each ear, wattle uai er ch-n.
i V M.J,cMcaamy’ Burns, horses,rert
Jett stifle; cartle. »39 on left Mp; mark.: H
i m each ear W ¡th lull name aud addrti |H
V arieu Bros., horses, LF on right Kiir-
, ' ,o.n F1»4'11 hip: mark, crop, upperuiit
i derbit in right ear.
■ • J."i'urt a. cattle, quarterrirU^fi
I r'i-ht hip; mark. ( rop and siit in left«' .
tut in rignt; horses same brand on rip'.¿3
! J A Williams, Van, horses, 71 baro^^l
j cattle, bar Ibou left nbs; mark, utidert-W
ear, under slope in right.
II Elliott, Burns, hors« s. H4 combickfW
[ stiiie: ( utile, c. on left s;de; nihik,nn« La
| Hkht ear. left split in half lower par I
I doWn against side of head.
C S Johr.sou, Van, horses, SJ on lift» I
cattle, 8J on leit hip; merk, (r«>a au
half crop in right ear, underbit in fefi.
C J Jonnson, Riley, cattle, O l.&roi ‘ j
marks, aw allow fork in right ear, spliG
W B Johnson, cattle, JK combinedMi •
i mark, cron oft* right ear, two splits a:£
halt crop in left.
I W a ( ampbell. Narrows, horses, NCf8
on left shoulder: t attle, bar N( coa:-
left shoulder; mark, upper half < ropii- _ -J
John Buoy, Burns, horses, 2Buu leftF
cattie, *zB on right bip or side; uiarM "i
each ear, hole in right.
Mis 1 N Hiigbet, Warm Springs.
lock on ¡eft Blue; mark, wattle under® W?
S.>hn llipsman. Burns, homes. OJ«s-.-2
shoulder; cattle, (‘J on right si«ie; mar»
left ear, two underbits in right.
Sam King. Burns, cattle, 87 on ¡eft to
rTopand underbit in each ear. waU-’
J P Id: kenson. Narrows, horses anv -
stiiie; cattle, bar through diamond#
shoulder; mark. undtTbil in each «’
branded uu left side an«i hip
Rose <s, Nrrrows, horses, R baroti*
same on left hip or aid« inf*
bit in each ear, dewlap < n brisket.
1 1» Finnemore, Burns, horses, (jFcca?
left stifle: cattle sarneon left hip: »»
• •I’ each ear. under stope in right, wtfi*
i A Egli. F.gli. horse.«. .Eon left? ifl« »-
on right hip: mark, upper half cr-
J T Ware. Narrows, cattle, mu tfr’
hip; mark, under half crop In r;>.htea: |
J W Biggs, Burns, horses, (YR on
II B Timmons. Narrows, horses.THL* ^
binrdon left stifle; (attic circle Uoc^ Q
i mark. er«>p and under half ( rop in W
J derbit in right, dew lap under throat |
■ Joel H Howard, Bum*, homes
stifle. < attle, same on left hip; oark
left ear. split iu right.
W \\ Brown. Fife, horses, home •!>'
jaw . young hOrs<s t>vth ja»a ru • ini’ R
right «rifle Ii«r Ten right ». 'O’*
a< rose hook; ba? diamond ou left •I*’’
N' 1» Hanley. Burra, hstses be’..
cattle, same on left hip; mark. cfllM
spin in right ear. aw allow fork in ’«■
LY on left hip. mark.«wallow fork 1»
J <’ ('reasman. Burns, cattle. JN co** 5
’eft able or hip; mark, crop an«1 aim®’
andaiit in left
I. I dark. Narrow«, hotaes. Lar C •
John «tilerest. 'P. L. 8. Co.) F-rss^
wrench on left atific: ratt’o tar. e «• ’ 3
mark «.¡uare en p off right ear, '«ackr®
slope on left.
Freu< h Glenn Live Stork Co . J
perintendent. F C Lusk. gec«:*I
Lun a. home«. Pon left atirte. attle
. k '«•
an rut uo; r«ttie. F <*
mark aair.e es above; cattle,
ma-k. «wallow fork n left e«' r*T
tb.'ost. < a:tie. T < n left hip; mark. R’
off »eft ear. wattle on left jaw
H. Tosgtly, Burns, horse« -ra«1^
Hu- 1 ley. Silvies. rattle. M ‘
* mark, awooth crop U esc»
herws. H ou le.l stifle
JOHN F. STRATTO»
Violin Str •
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