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artesian well irrigation
Blanks Wilt be Mailed to all Whose Names
Were Reported by the Eiumcratcrs
--Want Accurate Answer,.
Oregon Forwarding Co
S Is now selling goods on a cash
'■* basis and making a slaughter
¿g in prices, It will pay you to
see them. Watch for the an-
nouncement in this space next
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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER ti, 1902.
” ■ hz Times-
J. w BIGGB,
Hou. J. H. Aitkin, of Hunting- way we are all looking to the O. R.
¿Grand Chancellor of the & N. Co In the past few years • • • •
Knights of Pythias of the Domain that company has done more to de
of Oregon, made an official visit to velop eastern Oregon and Wnsh-
Armor Lodge No 69, of this city I ington than any other one influence.
last evening. An elegant banquet It is the parent transportation line
was spread by the Rathbone Sisters and haB extended its branches in
at the residence of Mr and Mrs H J many directions. We feel satisfied
T Husted in honor of the occasion. that in the near future an extention
After partaking of the bountiful re of that road will be built into the
past the grand chancelor and most John Day country. It is probable
of the knights present returned to I also that the Sumpter Valley will
the castle hall where the unwritten be extended.—Baker Democrat.
work was exemplified.
The growing demand for water
for irrigating purposes emphasizes
the need of more detailed informa-1
tion concerning the results and; Natural gas and artesian water
methods of irrigation from artesian have been struck in Ontario in the
and surface waters. The census of deep well recently sunk by Messrs
1899 showed that the area irrigated Ashley & Culpepper for A F Boyer
from wells is greatly increasing, in the southern part of the city.
and that the results in most sec The well was driven to a depth of
tions of the country are eminently 215 feet, when the water rose to the
satisfactory. Approximately, 186,- surface and tho fumes of gas were
000 acres were irrigated in that very strong and easily ignited with
year from wells, the value of the a match. That natural gas and
irrigated crops ranging from $50 possibly oil abounds in paying
I quanity underneath the earth sur-
to $1000 per acre.
In tbe humid states well irriga-jf*c® within the city limits is almost
tion is utilized to supplement the certain and tho matter should be
insufficient rainfall during early I thoroughly tested.
spring and summer. In the west
the water pumped from wells in
John A. Robertson of Drewsey
sures the home garden and the or
chard against total failure through was in the city yesterday.
a rainless Beason.
Mrs. I. H. Holland and daughter
In California, Colorado, Louisi Gladys are visiting relatives and
ana, Florida, and several other friends in Boise.
states the waters of flowing artesian
E. II. Test, cashier of tho First
wells are successfully applied to
National Bank, visited tho Granite
large areas, or are used to augment
district the first of the week to look
the shortage in the streams during
after mining property owned by
the irrigating season. In order to
Messrs Test, Wm. Miller, N. U.
obtain the important facts relating
Carpenter and J. N. Schilling.
to irrigation from these sources,the
George Lee, a freighter, shot and
Census office will soon send out
inquiries to irrigators from wells, 1 killed a gambler by the name of
whose names were reported by tbe | Jake Martin over a game cf cards
enumerators, As this list is not iu Jordan valley the first of the
complete, tbe director asks that ir- week, Lee gave himself up and
rigators who do r*ot recieve those was brought to Vaia by Sheriff
inquiries will send their names to Lawrence who went after him.
Mr. L G Powers, Chief Statistician,
Census Office, Washington, D. C.,
T. J. Cozad and wife and son
and blanks will be mailed to them
Charles arrived home from Burns
It is icquested that all who re Monday night.
cieve these inquiries answer the [ Col. I). I. Asbury returned to his
r.T» use ss accurately as possible, aud fjome at McMinnville lust Friday.
. . return i to the Census Mrs. Asbury and child will extend
their visit for a few weeks.
M. M. CO
have the most Complete stock in town
all lines of
Tn the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for tho County of Har
Lottie Peterson, Plaintiff,
Thorvald Peterson defendant)
To Thorvald Peterson, the above
You are hereby summoned to
appear and answer the complaint
in the above entitled cause filed
against you, in the above entitleil
Court by the 20th day of October,
1902 anil are hereby notified that if
you fail so to appear and answer
the plaintiff will for want thereof
apply to the Court for the relief de
matided in said complaint to-wit.
For a decree of the court desolv
ing the marriage contract existing
between plff and deft in said puit
and also for the award of the care
and custody of the minor children
of said marriago with plff and the
costs and disbursmenta of the suit.
You will tako notice further that
the date of the order for this publi
cation is tbe 2nd day of September
T hornton W illiams .
Atty for pl if
Published in the Times-IIcrald
once a week for six full weeks be
ginning with and inclusive of the
Glh day of Sept the date of the first
publication, by order of tho Hon.
County Judge of the Slate of Oregon
for Harney County,of date Sept. 2d
DRY GOODS AHD
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Our Specialty—The very best of
goods and prices as low as our compet
No one has the qualities we
have in all linse
In connection with our business.
have secured the
igency for the
crrest:onde nee Solicited.
A. fraser Manager.
University of Oregon,
mû ««» : • ¿ m »!««*«
Two new ordinances were passed
»iihfii,» SUBSCRIPTION BATES:
at the last session of the city“dad«” The first Semster,'session 1902-3,'
B I RMS,
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providing for the working of opens Wednesday, September 17.1
Practice in ail the courts of Ore.
The following locals were receiv
prisoners and the other for
The following schools and col
Collections promptly mode.
Pur» t .
ed too late for last issue:
the prevention of cruelty to an leges are comprised in the Univer
Dick Martin and Frank Davis I imals.
K statb — oaasow
G’A -R b MBOLD
c. w. PAMBieii
sity: Graduate School—College
J II Mitchell
on i Sea Hör..................... |
have about finished thrashing in
of Literature, Science and Aris —
this neighborhood It is estimated
<M A. Hoody
| over from his Willow creek ranch College of Science and Engineer
that these men have thrashed about
T. T. Gewr
Borns (a.n<l Conyon City,) Oiegon.
Mondaj’ on business. Newt will ing-University Academy- School
.. . . I I Dunbar
Will practlc® iu tue court! uf Harn?. an<l 25,1X10 bushels this season.
C S Moor« Gract
counties and iu the supreme cc art 01 the
for Salem the latter part of of Music—School of Medicine—
.. J II Aukcrman •tat«, and also in U. S. land office.
Accounts of Corpo:a!ions, firms and Individuals Solicited.
Five new buildings have been the week where he will leave his [ School of Law.
t K 14. Beau.
JVoc.MoZrt'»,-« — JoA« 0. 0a ty, Sranit ¿P, Coffin. J". W. Scary,
erected in Ilarney since the 15th of little daughter Villa in the stale
...> U. Wolverton
Chas. H. Leonard,
> F. A Moor«
¡Schools of Law, Medicine and
7/ Caryontor. jftnor SPotiini. SP J. Witham, C. Jf. Tjott.
August; besides, a number of others institution for the deaf and dumb.
A ttorn e y - at - la w ,
XIMBTH JUDICIAL DI3TRICT.
Music. (Incidental fee $10.00,
SI S. Ohton, 7J/ jftcranrtcr. Wm. ^onoo, Tj/iot. Tacit.
let 1 naz. ............................ M. ». CM «rosa Careful attention given to Collec
The public schools opened in this Student-Body tax $2 50 per year) 1
tions and Real Estate matters. I We are reliably informed that c>tv last Monday, with a large en
Cost of living from $100 to
N. U. CARPENTER, Cashier.
lanjl >. Seustor ...............; ................ J W «»»»••
$200 per year. For catalogue,
!»ht t r o . \
< cevrrr—«A»»rT :
B urns ,
O regon .
’ ness men will start a bank here on week. Prof. McIntosh of the high ! adiiress
het. «r ty Judg® I...................... . Jamea A Sparrow
This is a school has 15 enrolled. Prof Mont- ' R egistrar of the U niversity , '
K Ä'Mlller Office in Times-IIerald building the 1st of November.
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J K Johu.on
move in the right direction.
gomery of the intermedíete depart-
JOHM «* OBABT
Mr. Joe Buchanan and fanjily ¡basj» and Mise Coulee of the
>1 Sepcrinteadent '
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
titü. Uepector .......
E J Noble
AdmirJslritor> Notice to Creditors.
! have just moved herefrom Burns P«m.ry 40. It .« expected that
□ .«ioner. . ..
¡total enrollment of 84 will be mat-
«AS»«T B. S- LA»»> o««:cs;
Physicians and Surgeons.
Notice is hereby giver, that the '
Mrs. A. Pool, who has been visit ierjai]y increased in the conree of
............................. Geo. W lle e.
undersigned, S. W. Hamilton, was
_ _ Ofi 'f «1 re tide nee.
!*hone No. to
tft to ■■
returned last week to Harney.
¡B Prof Mclntoeh’s department on the 9th dav of July appointed
MRS. A. JORDAN, Proprietor, BURNS, OREGON.
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STI.VA RFBTK AH Derr-e No U
Mrs. James is now living on her i are pursuing 9lh grade work. The by Hon H . C. Lcvene County Judge
ranch south of town.
■ teachers are greatly encouraged of Harney County Oregon, admin
C. »>. «aeltt . Roe -cc'y.
Physician and Surgeon,
ov* lhe Pr"M*cts and look for- istrator of tbe »s.ate of Henry H.
omcE AT RESIDENCE
Masterson deceased, and letters of
.i rr- A. O. V. W Bare. Lsd«. Ko «7
Igun oo its fourth VNk*a « irk with |wwd *® * -'«cv.-Mful y»ar’. work.
halre n.y.ry rrtdsy sifhc
Administration duly issue»] there-
H APhiri. M »
h i arawnton
I. e ii¡i.berd an attendance unusually large for
1 oft. All persons holding claims I
Hibbard & Brownton, i this time of year.
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¡against said estate shall present
itÄ ARWrr LODGB. WO. T7. I. O U F.
Sam Goul and A. Pool started
.uatOdd Fsilows Ball.»'«»« seturlay
At the home of tho bride's mother them with the proper voucher« at1
Offie« flr«t door ea«t of The ( itlreea Bank.
. for the railroad Thursday with four Mise Clara Choate of this place was the office of Biggs .V Bigg attorney«,
w y e u«. saer
This hotel i« centrally 1 t*ate<| and under the management of mi
teen horse« and four wagons.
The building h it I -m thoroughly renovated
married at 11 o’clock this forenoon in the citv of Burn., Oregon, with- experienced landlord,
ri'.' PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
in six months from the dale of this and is well furnished,
The dining room :■> in charg of polite, accolli-
notice. Date,! this 12lh day of modeling waiters.
Tho table» ar furnished with the best.
J ohn M c M ullen chased a bran new boiler for his Or. The ceremony was performed July
w. J. COLE MAN,
saw mill, which ii giving entire «af by Rev II O Edson io the presence
S. W. H amiltox ,
of close relatives of the contracting
?**' nographer and Nota-v Public
Administrator of II. If. Masterson's
J. C, Bartlett visited the 'Harney
, B lrms , - O be < x.
O«ea la C Ulaaae Raak Bulb:. u«
schools Thursday on official busi- daughter of Mrs C Choate. The
Cloudy days preferred for
in the public schools of the county
making sitting«. Photos fir.- Î
GEO. 8. SIZEM' RE,
CH« >KMM \ s' X H
ia a social favorite. The groom
ished in carbon and platinum
PA IENT WRIT ING RING
From o«r Exchasfc«.
is a well known young cattleman
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!T*, tecuow«, J-and bwair-
Instantaneous process use*
* merit of the ag- in tbe art of i
<»• ‘ • »alwt proa«itlv«m»i. .- . z.
extensively First-el ass work
W D. Hanley ehippmi 15 cara of
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penmanship make« the poor writer
Winnemucca several years ago.
and satisfaction guaranteed.
¡eftgr rroa WiLuaji«
M •’ -x »r al »
cattle to Montana yesterday.
a splendid penman in a few week«
w»«y «I Law.
•••••••••••••••••••••••••• O. W. Porter, the Huntington
OF ONTA HID OREGON
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by the tnw> of thia ring Endorsed
• this afternorm for their Oregon by prominent College Presidents
WILLIAMS * FITZ' IEHALD
] mh :iti<>i
she»; man wan in the city yesterday. home, taking with th« t est wishes and Board, of Education in Ktirop»
«rf « * ! i« oM Maseat* B«tMi: f.
“Daddy" still sell« furniture et
S S Williams, proprietor, of the of their numeral» Winnemucca and America. San.tie ¿og' n as
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reasonable prices. No change since
O-R stage line was in the city this
the election. Wall paper going at
single »ample 2' • When ordering
as, B F 0
week from Dreweey. He returned
8. W MILLE:’.
a »i’lg’o ring, «late whether for mar c
E. II Trut
all kii.de of pnete. Cell at the
K NOTAR? FULLi:.
h<»e immediately Dpon learning
“Talk about railroads,n eaid '.V. woman, or child.
«tcre. r-jeuLi« with him and M-e tb<
I If. TENT, Caabfer.
•*f the serious ¡lìncee of bis infant W. Watson, of Prairie City, while
PI N’. >11 0. SI PPI i C
Büros. - - -
•n the city yesterday. •’down our
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Biggs & Biggs
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW’,
OF BURNS, OREGON.