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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1902)
A Great Newspaper.
As Congressman Moody is a
member of the public lands com-
The Sunday ei'ition of the St
b AIUKDAY.G' P j BEX 4 . l»4rt.
imittee of the present congress his Lou:.’ Republic is a mai vcl of
I opinion should do much to set at modern newspaper enterprise.
Ji l l IN 11 V K !»
;rest the fears of both sheepmen The orginization of its news ser
and settlers ot (»rant county. File vices is world-wide, complete in
The proposed forest reserve is ! former have been afraid lest their
every department; in tact, superi i
causing considerable comment in grazing privileges would be shut
or to th.it of any other newspaper.
this section. The petition sent ■ off; the latter because the tem
The magazine section is illus
ai : rivk
the chamber of commerce at Port porary lines of the reserve includ
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trated in daintily tinted colors and hep ZI ! fvr From llautnigtoa <>re
land, it seems from a clipping on ed so much agricultural land
splendid baif-tone pictures. This
Salt Lakt .Denver. Ft
our 111 st page from the Oiegonian, ' The opinion was contained in a
1 1 liivago-
section contains more high-class j porti mi Wurth, Omaha, Kan
has not been as effective as de private letter to a friend on the
literary matter than any of the bpecirtl .aa City. Si l.n'ii". 1 45 a.m
sired. The people of this section ea$t ij(je
fl.iea.o and East.
monthly magazines The fashions i l-'.35
are opposed to the reserve as to
illustrated in natural colors are
its present lines as much of the
STRANDED IN THE DESERT. especially v ilu ible to the ladies ■ Atlanti« <»!t Lak« beniei.Kt. 3:35
\\ ort h. < huaha. K#
land temporarily withdrawn has
The cdored comic section is a Exjr. rt- . « r. Hi L i- p ti.
practically no timber on it and A Folly Equipped Ship Heit» on the gi nume laugh-maker. I he funny
laudi Borderlag the Trencher-
l hirayo hi d Fa*l
surrounds many ranches that are
cartoons are by the best arlists
uua Colorado Hiver.
The humorous stories are • liijih St Paul Wall Walla, Lt vis
occupied. Many claim that very
There does not seem to be much
little of the timber included in the use for a ship in the desert country class, by authors of national rep- K ,t M ■ toli. Sp>k;«ne. Mi»m»‘ 12:35
apilis, St. I’ mu I, Du- a. m.
temporary withdrawal is mer- i of California which borders on the utation.
Gilt Milwaukee, Chi-
Sheet music, a high-class, pop-
Colorado river, yet travelers in that
rago ■ nd Farti.
chantable and that it would be region may see thert a ven vault* ular song, is furnished free every
inany years before the mountains 1 “•hip of the desert.*’ Fur from any Sunday in the Republic.
body of water capable of floating
would be denuded of the timber even a mudscow may be found a b.g
The price of the Sunday Re OEAN and RIVE It SCHEDILE
to such an extent as to materially stern wheel steamer, accustomed to public by mail one year is ^2 OO.
ply up and down the river carrying For sale l>\ all news dealers.
¡«jure the water sheds of streams. pn-seng.rs and freight. She has
\ 11 sailing dates sub
The people realize the benefit been lying there since last Septem
j ct 1*» chai ge.
8 P HI
Btranded high and dry on the
For San FraiiciHct»
START A BUSINESS OF YOLR
of timber to the water supply, but ber,
Mandi» a mile and a half from the
ever) 5 days
are of the opinion that it is not stream's prescut course, reports a
necessary to reserve this vast
1 p. m.
'Inis strunge condition of affairs
T<> Asto: ia auQ Way Ex ep:
amount of territory for that pur has come about simply because the
Our new b<»ok en titled 1 40 M oney
pose. It not only retards the de Colorad«», a mighty stream, but one M aki . no I dkas ” i W«rth its wei J t in
of the most treacherous of
velopment of the section but would chore to cut a new channel for itself •»«•Id o eve y inan who who is lo start a
seriously interfere with grazing in the early fail without notice or legitimate, pu vim.* mail order business
4:30 p ii .
G a. m
It t« 11% \oil wliat to do tit»«! bnw to d<>
berg, Sal< in and W.ij Exc< pi
privileges now enjoyed. It gives
One night last September the Al-
it .»ucce- fullv
^eiid us 50c ti¡da\
the stock«, wner w ith money «nd a viso, Capt. J. W. Babson, tied up to
the bhore a couple of miles above and we will send you the book. «ntl n
“pull” too much advantage in se Needles, awaiting telegraphic orders,
Willamette A Yamhill 3:30 p m
vúln <lde monthly journal one tear fret i 7 a n>.
curing permits while tlie smal.ei She was loaded with passengers and C entury P ublishing C o ., B ox 73 1 Tru da\ Or« g(-n Cilj,
Daytoti M mid., y
and as travel is sometimes
Tu h rd’j and W ay-Laudings Wed. &
man would lie excluded altogeth supplies,
H eron L ake , M inn .
leisurely pursued on the
j A Sat.
all hands turned in for a good night's
We have just learned that the o’clock Capt. Babson waa aroused by
6 a. in
[ I iioday
reserve was created, or the tem Indians, who warned him that for
Thurs & and Way Landings
porary withdrawal made rather, some reason the river was falling
rapidly, and advised him to pull out
through petitions circulated and into midstream as quickly aa pos
signed from localities in the re sible. This the captain tried to do,
but the water had already gone down
serve. \\ e also learn that such so low that his prow stuck fast in
1:20 a in Hiparia to Lewiston. 8:30 a tn
petitions were c irculated in Burns the mud when he got up st am and
T hroe M arks
tried to turn his paddle wheels and
and vicinity, but can find no one move « nt into nav • able water. And
A N.H oar ,
there he was stuck fa*t ever since,
who signed it.
Anvnno SHGdlng n »ketch nnd dPFenptb'n may
’.y »»••«rtniti our <>ptnl”ii free whether ho
becoming resigned to the situation qul.'u
lnvt*r lion i* pi• hni ’v r ■te’,tabl(». ComnHitilcn-
Surveyoi s from the geological perf« rce an 1 hopefully await»' g the tioiisstrictlycGnOtlentkil.
A L CRAIG.
sent free, ol lest tgen< y f> r »«-curing patent.1«.
Geo. Pane Ag’t. Portland. Oregon
Patent» taken •hrmiirli Munn A Co. receive
depa: iment are now in the reserve floed water that comes down at the »pret/if
’f the melting of the C<
A. L. MOHLER, President.
and will report as soon as possible
I'etnllet.»«, Orc, Sept 20—Con-
it« Malcolm A. Moody ha»
ictulvrcil an opinion that sheep
will pt. '',ib!v not l«c excluded
lu'ni grarinj; privileges on the
piopo’cd l«ue ami Strawberri
mount.nn fon -t re’erve in eastern
Otegon. This does not apply,
Mr Momh says, to areas where
'petial conditions prevail which
would m ike sheep grazing injuri-
i>n< to tl
,1’tiict. Mr Moorly
add’ that an examination by
agentr «4 the department of the
mlrii..- will be made this vear,
nd the lines as n«>w co’iatltllted
made pci manvnt if coricct. or
, !i >■ g, • 1 , 1
.« .t . . , «, rm t<
not have bt« n the cause, but it certain
1 hare the « rlt-
ly kept pace withit.
trn stats meal l •>( a c ar to the ef’e<*t
that a snow-’ vldte ape n tied tira’Jj
• bout a trim naht had p wer to at-
tark the nva« «ou’ine heart at ha moat
vulnerable p«' ’.nt. \ ftrr tha t • a v 1 herr
is no sentime •■nt abc ut an apr< n! But
man cherish» 1 « 1 at.-urnt above tbingM
of which the i* feminine m'nd haw no
h!> heart ha* been
eonerpth n, and
many times en«aared
in the tr.'itHn
bow that tied I at the bru k of hi« meet-
banner of the }.• n e
heart's waist : tt
The la*I was i ab« 1 l the mar . f a prm
But the man of to-dav
has the uni» • *r*-1 imer t latent.
1 he Place for Bargains.
Larepst galvanized wash tub 95c; chop Rowls 23c up tn 50<“
gmd chop knife 10«; Ideal Meat nnd Fund « hoppers $1 45!
Covered tin Bread Rinsers 75c to 99c each; 22 in meat saw,
95e; a good hand saw 95c; Nickel plated Steel square 99c;
German whitewear and Royal G#mitewenr; 1 set Putt’, h H i |
irons $1 23; Guns and Revolvers
J 1900 Model 22 Winchester Rifle.. .... /419
Drop-Head Meir Home Scicin<2 Machine, $35—
Why pay $C5 or $75 for no heller
Honeymon Seiciml Machine.........
A handsomely iV istrated weekly, I nreaat etr-
eulation « f an* -cientitlc journal. Terina. >3 a
■o ír : f >ur raori’tia. |L Hold by all newsdealer«.
¡flUNN £ Co.38’8 “'”"’ New York
TTp-to-<late job printing at reason-
al l ■ prices.
**e. C'> F fit.. Watbrnuivu, L>. c.
UL clc I sl © t
D. zi'iis of nrtichft < n < nt 5c counter that to II ela. w here for 10c
and 15ociicl>; Many articles oit'our 10c counter, bring 25c in
You cannot match th'- values we are giving in SHOES and
UNI ER WE AR
The Famous CA5H RACKET, Ontario, Oregon
ZBo-dgrlx Lum loer,
Th« mill is situated in on« of the finest bodies of Pine mid Fir timber ii.
Eastern Origon. The proprietors have spared no expense to put the road in
All special orders receive prompt attention
An excellent qualityS.f all kinds of lumber always on hand. For fur
ther information cal! on or address
KING & SAYER, Proprietors, Buina, Oregon.
BLACKSMITH & WAGONSHOP.
SHELLEY à FOLEY Proprietors,
Shop opposite old Brewery
All work done with neat.iess ai d dispatch.
g £V~Give ua a call.
Blacksmithing and Horseshoeing.
All orders given
Give him a call.
’ ha? 3C racdy fhlngs to corn-
* Ti'.r.ni It. The top cf :-t?
— t’tic most sitn-
Our fee returned if we fail. Any one sending sketch and descripiion of
any invention will promptly receive our opinion freo concerning the patent
ability of same. “How to Obtain a Patent” sent upon request. Patent»
secured through us advertised for sale at our expense.
Patent taken out through us receive special notice, without charge, in
T he P atent R ecord , an illustrated and widely circulated journal, consulted
by Manufacturers and Investors.
Send for sample copy FREE. Address,
VICTOR J. EVANS & CO.,
u Absnlutely PI RE, and
will 01'l’W EAR all other
if your local dealer doe» not ear*
ry it write to ut and we trill tee that
you git it.
}\ P Fuller A t’o. Portland
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Superior to all ethers irrespective
cf price. Catalogue tells you
why. Write for one.
NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE CO.,
DEAF? e ’
ALL CASES OF
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e’tabli’bed ho like of «olid fineanial
atai.ding Salary »780 a y.ar and rx-
pen’ra all payable in ca»h. No cinva»-
«ing required Giv. reftrrncea and rn-
cloae .elf ad'lre.aed .»’amped enve'ope
Addnaa .Manager, 355 Gallon Bldg
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
Only those born deaf are incurable.
by our uew invention.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTtMORE, SAYS:
a fan iMMo. v of r-v c.Je
D altimorb , Md . Varrh to.
****" tO *ing- ind this keP* ca
my h-ar’:n4 7 f
HOWARD MBR1I, r«e*ao««v
W. R. »iBRtt,
WMITB, V ms -R»«M« t
C mm ««
Tirsi Rational Bank
v rk paper, and ordered your treat«
1 iha“k jnd
U’BRMAN, 730 S. Broadway Baltimore, Md.
Our trratmnU doe» not interfere with your wnutl occupation.
MH CUBE VGURSEI-F « HOME
UfTERNATIONAL aural CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE« CHICAGO, ILL
Y General Banking Business Ironsacted
wor«e. until I !c»t
( '2'"' .’ 2U.,’i.r e*,1lrTh' ,or ,hrr- ~ontbc wlcbnnt ¡nyrema, consulted a mins
ol.lv .A oiL.. „'I.
rar .pee,.Si.« rf thia OW. who Cold aw that
then r- «’ S.L ",
‘h‘‘ ‘h' h'*d
mer.»1 ’ Aft^T \ -r '
*CC!riet’ al r
• <]-- «fir-five
week« vv' 3*• F 'c0"ri,nii
Wag».n wot k don't i.i a satisfactory manner,
_LER R02Ü 3::2:JS3 UÎIE3 IH 132 HOURS
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‘‘'’i" ot I»' fS
MAIN ST., BURNS
J H Em,,,-
crop off leu - b¡
«et half e,,, ,4J ir
off left ear. n-.«.-
der chin, Aif^. • ’ 1
H H EBktt.
•nd bell coiùr
heaterStó.’ < '
'■eg; cat! lev hr ,
aliort over ilou
’ "r ;
P •' Smith, Ej., ■
n/ht hind I« v- ,>sfc
circleH on eitb* i
t ar. split in
A E Young, hjwj ;
J < eouneetccio:
earmark, right rt
ii'K toward« henit,;
aide of neck: »¡¡tJ’ "
C P Rutherforl -, \ !
ei'le; earmark.y '
bar 2 on left »hit. . >
Mie haolMoylA: •-
on left hip; du : ì • jNf d
left droopoddwL . r'.
on left ahouldir 1: 1
crop off left
shoulder; cattle m
ufi' rijcht car, in'.;
W E Smith,Bit: ’ sz
mark, spilt tn
G Hudspeth. Beri/ 5?. '
mark. ( rop and r. »
under half ertp
TG Kiiba. Bor.r ; - ■
left hip; mark», ' •
John Witxall. B iei FIK
stifle; cattle, dia:.
split in each ear, wr»
D M Mt Menin* ?.-gi^,l—a
left stifle; canie.t;’
in each ear With ill
Varien Broi.,hoiH _
I.E on right hip; rj *Jont
derbit in right ear ,Hy0
J W Jones, Eurrj ■ - 'n^
right hip. nicrk.rr.f!
bit in right: hurt«»:«;
J A Uilliami.v-
cattle, bar II.0;
car, under slope ir. ns SSBfl
II Elliott, Euri».
sfitte; < arie, _ .
right ear, left a :' aef u
doWn agnii Ft sidec irBora
C S Jol.nfco!i, Vti •'urer
caule, bJ on le:i
half t i\-p in right «... print
C J Joni son, Rile*.
marks, swallow fort :
W B Johnson, cattiejJ^nl
mark, min • iff rig? i
half crop ¡11 left.
W A t a npbe
on left ah.Milder: ■;
left shoulder; nu k
John P-uoy, Bun.»,
caule-, 215 on right hip “ ' j»
each ear, hole in rigiit
Miei N Hujhet.’• »Y Jud
lock on left Slue; mi»
Bohn Hip-man, But * -or ,
shoulder; cattle, OJ- £
left ear. two underbi « 2^^
Sam K k . Bur » « >1 Sap<
crop ar.-1 unaerbi:
J P Dickenson. N»-*”
stifle: i att!e. ' ar thr
shoulder; mark, uedri t<r .
branded on left »¡des
caule, aar.it <’¡1 left
bit in each ear. dew-»? • -
off each ear. under«M*
A Effli. Fall. h. *»*’
on right hip; mark.upM*
J T Ware. N-
hip. ma a
J W JMgg». Burna h*»»”
H R Tim mora Naff** **__ _
binedou left ande; ^'.'3
derbit in rlgh*. dew.at
Joel H Howarl-
left ear. sp lit
w W Brown.
a<roMhook. a 'b*®1
W D Hanley. Burra;^—
cattle, »am* on lettw
split in rial.- ear.
LY an left hip
J <• (’rea»
’.eft »id* or
and »lit in lei
I. L ( lark. >ar*
John (Lì« - »- J L * ..e-“
wrench on > ‘
mark, »quar« «P« 1
1'.ope on left
Fren< b-l-lenn : ‘”*^1 f
>,K -d nr
c. it ’otri- : t *
X < Bn’k .r -
■* .?.. a*'1'
H ghest of aU in Leavening Power — latest U. 3, Gov’t Report
Tbf Zuni Indians are vtntimeetal in
Ih» eitren it, and n.arry at a yuroni
When R ▼. ! th !«• w
mg a trahi
en be will go and » t hr fore her w ith h i
back turned to her an1 untwine bi
>he rejrv t» ‘ iw t » s f' y
Lead ch ili
otea’ii g away, i»r accepta him by rue
aiuf her tao<* caeeaaingty through
I. ’ * : 1 •*’’ “ ’
\\ hy send to Chicago when you can do as well at the
."yoming FKocV’i in
By t hi it frenk the Colorado river,
on the advisability of what should
is nlwavs accompli: h nr some
be permanently with drawn and which
unusual feat, han annexed to . Cali-
what amount should again be fornia a strip of land from three
fourths of .a mile to a mile wide and
thrown ope n to the public. Unless about
tour miles long. 'Ibis kind of
the people protest most vigorous land annexation is going on nil the
ly a icseive will be created, but time along the Colorado, which is
the oflicia! dividing line between Cali
hardly on the boundaries now fornia and Arizona. Sometiin s Ari
laid down.Much of the temporary zona steals from California and
sometimes th«' state steals from the
withdrawal will soon be thorwn territory, but this is the first time
o record that a steam«'r has
held up ns a pledge in the transac
If the people of Harney county tion.
desire to make a fight against it
DECLINE OF THE APRON.
they should do it in a s\ steinatic
manner and send the petitions and
Which la Now Hut Little
Worn lu Publie.
memorials to the Interior Depart
ment w heie they will be of bene
n is about 40 years sit.ee the popu-
fit. I he Portland chamber of com laritjr of the apron began to wane. At
time no woman'ii wardrobe was«
merce is controlled by men vari-. that
complete without an assortment
ousl\ intei ested in this section and apron* f >r all sorts
ts of occasions,
black silk apron was the acme
of course each will view the mat eteguncr
and propriety, and any nun-
ter as it effects their individual in descript gown could, by the addition
terests. Willi them it is not a of the black silk apron, trimmed with
a few r«>ws of black velvet ribhm, be
matter of what is beneficial to dignified and adorned to the utter »at-
isiitrlion of the wearer, says Wom
Eastern Oregon in general.
an's Home Coir.paniou.
Ilic- Times-Herald finds the; An apron had rather a wide field of
people undecided as to what usefulness when you consider that it
not only preserved end embellished a
course to take. They are oppos new gown, but it also concealed the
ed to the reserve ns it now stands defects, and added dignity to an old
one. An apron wa< aiwavs en regie.
but talk in .1 half hearted manner. The be*t dress w as kept vloan bj its
If the grazing privileges were un use, and the daintiness of it repre
sented all the feminine traits. It was
derstood and it was shown that a regular banner of the home. To
the reseive would not be a detri its strings the children were tied.
“Tied to his mother's apron strings!**
ment in that respect our small Contemptuous expression of subor
stockmen would know l»etter how dination! And yet so much st utiment
attached to it! Whoever was tied to
his mother’s apron strings was com
safe was in his mother’s
There is no doubt that a re parative \ safe-
ther’s apr n!
serve would be a great detriment was rolled
(hll L-h tears were
lied in it.
>ith it. The little be vs used its
to the development of this section dried with
■ ti ngs for reins, and the little girls
at the pi esent time, but would it played princess and trailed its ample
not prove a benefit in future in folds b ehiftd them, real ladies in wait-
an imaginary queen.
the way of water for irrigating ing Th to
os < were ante new-w«>man days,
pui poses. This is a proposition Knitting and needlework were fem-
It was previous tn
that the majority are not well inine
the day > f higher education for worn-
e nough acquainted with to deter en It may • und far-fetched to say
that h me sentiment waned with th«*
mine .me! ate therefore undecided. decline
« f the apt* n. The latter may
W lJ —
3 = ’
watt:» bar»,- u ” *
JOHN F. »T*1
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