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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER S. r9o2.
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ONE OF STATES PERMANENT
C. J. Mlllls of the 0. R. & N. Tells What
He Knows of the Situation and
Of.ers Some Suggestions.
J. C. Millis, livestock agent for
the O. R. A- N„ who is inclose
touch with the stack interests of
this state, and who is in a position
to know actual conditions, from his
contact with the producer, the
shipper and the consumer, is en-
I thusiastic in his branch of the
transportation business and feels a
keen interest in the stock industry
from the pasture and range to the
great stock markets of the country.
Viewing the livestock industry of
' Oregon as one of |ier permanent
and bountiful resources, it gives
more promise of future growth and
improvement than any other of her
J changed conditions are especially
: benefiting this business.
class of sheep. The total »mount
of sheep in the state is 4.250,600,
on a conservative estimate.
WOOL MARKET GOOD
“The wool market has been very
spirited and the wool has moved
rapidly. The practice « f making
sealed bids for this wool < p by the
feature tiour wool mark,:-
chasers keep the prices up, in their
rivalry for the output.
“Juet now the horse is taking a
rest. The hili in the business oc
casioned by the close of the Span
ish and B >er wars has affected lhe
movement of horses There has
be. n shipped out of Oreg -n this
year 50 carloads, the principal
movement being to the Omaha and
Kansas City markets.
“TIP” CAUSED THE TROUBLE
M. M. CO.
ADVANTAGE TAKEN TO SE
CURE LIEU BASE.
a i in
Tracts Adjacent to Blue Mom al a Reserve
Entered Vpon Just Previous to their
Withdrawal by thnerament.
Oregonian New» Bureau. Wash
tngton. Nov 1.—The secretary of
the interior is being advised by re
presentatives of his department,
who are making investigations of
the land included within the Blue
Mountain witlidiawal in Eastern
Oregon, that there is within its
limits considerable Innd taken up
just prior tu his order of withdraw
al, with speculative intent. These
report^ show that a gre t propor
“Oregon cattle have been sent in tion of the state lands have been
to Montana, Dakota and Colorado bought up, and that in many in
during tlie early portions of the stancts lamia of (itile face or coni
season. Later the shipments of mereiul value have, on the very
beef cattle have been to this and outside limits of the withdrawal,
Sound cities. The nbseuce of pack been recently entered.
ing houses and other permanent
The inference is that the greater
i industries connected with the beef portion of such entries at least
THE SHEEP INDUSTRY
business tends to cause Oregon were made up by persons who had
“Speaking of the sheep indus cattle to txt shipped out of the state. information of the government's
try." said Mr Millis, “this has been • So far the shipments from the state,! intention to create a Blue mountain
one of the most prosperous years over the various lines, amount to reserve, ami who hoped by taking
on record in Oregon. Th«' lamb 30,000 head, for this season, with up tract» in advance to have them
crop, de9pite the blustering squalls th b« avy feed \ ird -tiipn.-o' yet ■ included in tin res« rvi when treat
and cold rains that visited our to go There is no reason why the | ed. This would convert their hold
'ranges about the begining of our entire section tributary to the lines ings into lieu base, and give them
lambing season, was over 95 per i through the inland empire shouhl the right to niuke selections of val-
timber laud elsewhere. These
cent this year. By this I mean i not find a market for its entire beef | uable
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discoveries tend to complicate the
' that 95 per cent increase lived and 1 output in this city.
i contemplated action <'f the depart
i became an addition to our flocks
PROSPERITY IN GENERAL
ment, and will prubably matetially
■ Other localities hud as high an in
In all branches prosperity pr.- ¡
lhe hK ¿
„izK ()f l|w rJ.
crease, but it was not saved. Bv
an increase we mean the number of
| lambs that lived, to become availn-
i ble for future demands, and not the out the interior counties ami th>- |,og()ii,|e means to prevent lhe gen-
cultivation of tillable land in a biph eraj Prcft(10!1 of |jeu bats, and as a
Inumber dropped. On account of
d ot.ght and short crops in the degree of excellence, gives promise )ast resort may abandon lhe idea
of establishing the Blue mountain
great feed producing central states, to much more in the tuture.
“As small farmers improve their resi.rv,r altogether, although this
the shipments of sheep have been
¡somewhat below the usual amount. breed« of slock and make a sped- extreme step is not likely to be
alitj of growing it' for a certain pur- lakm
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As a result the rangesand markets po.-e, the better returns will
If bring 1
at home are in a somewhat eon
to all concerned, If mutton are
gested stale One of the unfortu
K<i J. Callow returned yesterday
wanted, breed for mutton; if wool
nate results of this condition is the
its growing a from a pleasure tup to San Frati-
J. W BIGGS,
DALTON BIGGS conflict of stockmen on th«1 ranges.
speciality; if you want driving cisco—Winnemucca Silver State
If lhe eastern movement of sheep
Biggs & Biggs
horses breed for them; if you want
had been as great as it usually is, I
ATTORNEY« - AT - LAW,
beef cattle, go to the gr'itiiol iloor
B KN8, — — — — OREGON. and ns great as th«1 ranges of Ore to begin; any kind of a hog i- still a
I'etltioo for Liquor License.
Practice in all the courts of Ore. gon ar«- prepared to furnish, very hog
He is good the world over.'
Collections promptly made.
To the Honorable County Court
I ness on the ranges have been avoid-
A few days ago the people of Fife of Harney <’• untv, State of Oregon:
c. w. pawb ! sh ed.
G. A - KEMBOLD
came near losing their school house
We, the undersigned legal voters
by fire. By some means the roof of the precinct of Lawen, ssid coun
“One of the best features of the took fire, and when discovered bv ty and stat«-, most re p. etivelv pe
conditions of lhe stock in- «he t«ncher, she comprehend««! tin tition your Honorable Court to ur mt
» V 1 I « plR' l ' C À U 11» V I ««Ul IB <■«
Oreenn is the pruning seriousness of the matter ami quiet a petition to N. .1. Lewis to sell
,tHle. airi «to lu G. ». luna ulílcv.
(ItlSir, th Ijregon, ,
ly told the pupils to carry all their
! down of the vast herds, as a necesi- bi’.-ka outride; as soon hs this was spiritous malt and vinous litptors
Chart. 11. Leoitat-cl,
ty in the diminishing rang. a:« ns, done h" ordered th« h™nche- ,t his place of liusiness in siiiii pre
ATTOKX EV- AT-I.AW,
ami tin- iinprovemen! f th- hr— i- br light out. v.hi Ii Wire l ib I ■■ cinct in l-ss «piantili«» than on«1
Careful attention .given to Collec preparing she« p 'ami in iaet all upon another so the r> of ■ obi <>•■ gallon for a period »f six month
g a> . upan, as i.o Jadiie: i,i- to be
tions and Real Estate matters.
¡stock in better comiiti n fur lhe l.ml .A bucket lirigad«* was now commencing November 13, 1902:
II, 11. Sitz, Walter Gray, Andrew
market, 1 ringing a correspi.iiding forin«><i and a tight against the fire
O regon .
increas«- in profits and systetnatiz- fiend liegan Other help arrived D, Lytl«', Ed. Silver, A A. ( lay-
Office in Times Herald building ing the business so it can I e hnnd- on th«- scene ar d the fire was finally pool, J II Jordan, M V Smith, N
extinguished with but little «lain
O Dani. If« n Jordan, C. W. Jordan,
i led more satisfactorily to Doth
age being done —Prineville Review.
T F Heinz J. W. Heinz, G. E.
johs w oba » y grower
W. L. KÀUbIC
Parker. .1 I. Jiitz, S ott Hayes, L
farmer who has settled u|«on the
The U. 8. surveyors who hav«>
available foothill farms, with ac been surveying along Snakt river II. Haves, W, W Drink water, I B.
l’ln sicians and Surgeons.
cess to range, who tak«-s care of east of Wallowa county found I nut Clark. Wm L Clark. D. W Jordan,
'small herds of sheep ranging from Snakeriver, which is th« hn<- be J. C Gray. G W Clark.
O_H . t' rti' I
Notice is hereby givi'ti that on
1(M) to 1000, is building up the tween Idaho and Oregon, runs sev
eral miles farther east than has
«beep industry, filling in the va
th«- Mlnlay of N iveinber,
heretofore l>een supjH>s-d
DR H, VOLP,
cant spots in Oregon opjiortui.ities give« Oregon many thousand more 1902, 1 will apply to the above
Physician nini Surgeon,
entitled court for the license as
and «pends his mony in the coun acies of land.
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE
sp*cifie«l in thi- p- tition
try in adding to the market value
N J L ewis .
of his Hocks and improving his
H. S. HrowntGB
L E. Hibb
Hibbard & Brownton
Service» at Christian Science
A WKW FKATTRK.
Hall every Sunday at llnm and
Office flr«t door
o‘ The CDIXf. n Bank.
“A large movement of sheep has h p m. Service Wed heads y even
PATI N t r, RI I ING RING
Bn ms. Oregjii.
tik1 n place in Oregon this year, ings at R Subject for Sunday.
that is .«n entirely new feature in N v 9 * Mortals and Immortal.."
'¡'HE most important improv«^
. th- I ■ sir.res Tin- is a movement
Rev A J Irwin will preach at 1 nn-nt <«f lhe nge in It - art < f
Harney the 2nd Sunday of ea'h penmanship mak' , the pc r writ r
JOHN M.-MI’I I.KN e of nor
« the Nui Frai 'b’CO market.«. I have month at 11 a ru. and < tSO p. tn. a splendi«! penman in a few weeks
by the us«« of this ring Endorsed
in nn«.d <•■ e firm that h ■ shipped Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
by nrornirient Coil« ge Presidents
IGO car loads of sheep to this mar
and Boards of Education in Enron*
Sunday school at Harney the ,,1(J Al;,.ri,.a
ket from the extreme ea-tern por
first Sunday of each mon. i
gizea eer<t ja>st pai l for fl.lAl
Cloudv days preferred for
tion of the state. This has add* d
o’clock a n. On the secow« . t nr< Mjr,g|r ,ai(1p| , 2-'«_. When <.r«|ering
making sittings, ¡’botos fin
a new impetus to tiie buatners in and fourth Sunday
a single rit.g, stdre wlietkier for nan.
this section, as it was an unexpect at 3 o’clock p m
• ished in carixm and plaltnuoi
ed opening. Southern Oregon, vice • very sec« nd Sunday at 8 p tn.
9 effect e.
PENN MFfi. SUPPLY CO.
Nevada and California have hither
Insla’itaneot’s precess ore
At th™ Presbyterian church
Na. 11» S. F«srtk Street. FIHUDELPIUA.
extensively Fi.-st-ciss- work
to supplied the market.
Burns, Rev. A J. Irwin pastor
and satisfaction guara«.teed
“Altogether Oregon has shipped . Devine aeryices the •bird and fourth
out thia year, in round numbara. .'i nd ays of each month at II a tn.
>»« • <■« he wd of sheep. Thielsoi !v and 7:30 p nr. Fabbatb nebool at
10 a. tn. every Sabbath morning
«I seils fumitnre at •ne-haif of wl.at woaM have gone
Preaching eervkre »t the Bapt’at
MU. Firtl Mien Beker CM,. Ore.
-• No cht r £•• ».new had crop cuiwiitione ;n the central church every let a« 4 2ud fkre«l •’ •
W all paper going at
inornir g end evening Sunday
•titulHji) between Sait Italie »rvd
pr. —. Call at the d «t»v, n 4 restricted the d-manl. wh -«1 every Bunday at It a in.
HcLktiiic fittine of
wilt him and see the Oregon lamb have topped the tnar- prayer meeting every Thu. »U,, k filanda
in f'i :
t. «1 f r »' lw ‘ev-m g.
We have the most Complete st ck in town in
all lines of
DRY GOODS AND
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, eft «S aft *sft
hi connection with our business.
We have secured the ex
e I usi ve agency for the
Oregon Forwarding Co
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J H Ackcrmau
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5 C. Hol verton
) F. A. Moore
WIVKTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
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R J William.
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W. J COLEMAN.
Stenographer and Notary I’u'
B< axs. — O eegom .
OMceleCI«.« : ■
GKO. S. SIZEMORE,
Land 'bawiue-w. an>! K»al
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WILLIAMS a i
B urn «,
8. W. KILLER.
NOTARY FJ l LIC
Burna. - - - <> j ■
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Malheur Mercantile Co.
E, A. F raser Manager
JOHN II DAI Y. I’ bkhii . i -NT
PARRISH & REMBOLD,
HlAN’i; If.loKFIN, Vi< i I’lmsinssr
OF BUR^iS, OrfECON .
Accounts of Corporations, I irms and Individuals Solicited.
Sioekkoidoroi— Jokn 7). 7)aiy. frank
Coffin. J. W. Stary,
7/. 7f. Caryontar. jfbnor ffobbmt. S?. J. William, <?. Jf Vort,
Oiiion, 7f/. Jfiojtanrfor, TOtn. fonto, Ttkoo. Tiauii.
N. U. CARPENTER, Cashier.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
MARSDEN & GEARY,
MRS. A. JORDAN, Proprietor. HI RN’S, OREGON.
Special AccommodatLns for Traveling Men
This ho elie «•»•n'rslly located ■nd under the mating« incut of an
'I he building 1ms be« ii thoroughly renovated
■ml is well fiirr«iahe<l
Tl- dining r«»im is in charge of polite, acoom-
Tit«; table. are furmJied with the best.
f¡ •■'»r, r»wr: --»c«~ -.e«r. ~«e-
JOHN l> IIAI.Y. I us-nu t
Bdwr City Optical Co. Ç
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M ALEXANDER, ViCK-l’BBsimurr.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ONTARIO OREGON
\«-«-<>tiiit - of < ’<>t-| » «mt i< in»«. I’iiiiiH arid I n< Ii v i< I iialn
ST<M KHOLDERS :— John I> Daly. William Jot.-», Frank R.
( I.'. Ilin. Abner R ■I*f4ne, R. F Olden, M Aleiatxler, N. I. Carpen-
1er, William Miller, E If Teat, Thoe Turnbull.
f : II. TEST. Caahier.
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