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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON,JANUARY 3, 1903.
HARNEY COUNTY DIAMONDS
PLIGHT OF 1HES.V. RY. CO
VALUABLE SPECIMENS HAVE
» BEEN FOUNE.
u. S Senators
Attorney Getterai ..........
boeietary ol ritate
J. II Mitchell
< M A. Meody
D. R. N. Blackburn
. T. T. Geer
F 1 Dunbar
C S Moor«
J H Ackerman
W li Leeds
> R H. Bean.
( C. Wolverton
) f. A. Moor«
Pfoater Pro«»èct«r Retale* Soae liierest,
iöf F»cl»--6eolofk«l Formalioo
Similar to South Africa.
Dearr.l L*»4 Office Reject« Application to
Fie ’«»• ol The Preliaiiaary Sar-
vey—Stnck a Saag.
That the Governor has the ap
pointive power, there is no question,
and from the opinion staled above,
it would seem that the present
governor will not have an oppor
tunity to appoint Mr Chamberlain's
successor, for the reason that there
will l>e no vacancy during Gover
nor Geer’s term.
There has been some talk around
the citv that District Attorney
Chamberlain intends to resign
his present position, and that Gov
ernor Geer will appoint his succes
sor. Inquiry as to this rumor
proved it to be without foundation
in fact, and false in every parti
cular; Mr Chamberlain will re
tain his present position to the
time he becomes the chief execu-
t ve of the state, and that he will
then appoint John Manning his
successor is the most general op
inion among the men who should
be best posted. Manning is now
the chief deputy in the district at
torney’s office and is a most ca| a-
There are numerous applicants
for the position, of course, but that
they will all be turned down is the
most generally accepted opinion.—
The fulfillment of the prophecy
Restrictions of the recently pro-,
made 30 years ago by Professor
claimed Blue Mountain forest re
Clayton, a geologist in the employ
serve r.re being fast found out; in
of the Uuited States, that diamond
other words all that is necessary band«, and the sellers eeem to be
mines would be discovered in Ore
to find out just whai the forest re- well satisfied with these amounts
nineth judicial DISTRICT,
gon, is at hand says the Telegram
M D wm”°i« sirve means in to attempt to do They do not sound large, these
This mine is in the Blue Moun
.j wMwr«» something in the way that has i prices, but indnbitable they are
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tain range, 40 miles from Burns,
___ | been customary and then be jack-
better than the miserable pittances the seat of Harney county There
jxnm a sparrow eJ Up with a round turn.
that were exchanged a few years id no quest! in of the quality and
Coo ity Judge
11 Kii «“iiiiier
The latest instance of this kind ago for Oregon horses at the can
J<;eoshe*i” that Las been brought to the notice ning factory at Linnton. The for quantity of the precious gems, but
J "j - “iia* let" of th»- Democrat is that which ef- eign buyers have even penetrated there is a question as to their com
E J Noble
mercial value. The stones thus
a . Venator focts the interests of the Sumpter as far north as Kansas City, look
R J William«
far discovered are generally too
1 \ alley Railway company.
tf ABNKY Ü. s. LAKI* orrict:
ing for likely lots of range-bred small for the trade. They are no
Officials of that company have horses suitable for army uses. One larger than a small pin head. A
just received notification that the big band of unbroken bronchos was
few have been found that would
; application to file preliminary sur taken last week in that market at
sell for from »30 to $300, but they
vey maps for the extention of the ♦55 around without throwouts and
first twcntymile section from Whit the price was esteemed a very good
Were diamonds malleable like
SYLVA REBEKAH Oe«re. Mo. I«
I ney has been rejected by tbe gen
one indeed. In Wyoming, accord gold, if there was any process
C. i». Stallb. Rec Ssc y.
eral laud office.
ing to the stories that come this known to science by which the
wav, things are not going so well miniature stones could be welded
A. O. u. W- Burn« Lodge, No 47
general laud office puts a stop to with the range horse as they are in
«••«»•’«» rrtdaj ulgbL A D1]|ard M w
together then Harney would no
TODD WANTS DAMAGES.
K Li Hoyt- K*c- the proposed construction of the some other regions, it is said that
longer be known as the ‘ cow coun
8. V Ry. from Whitney south into the range is now too contracted for
J7« I. O O F.
The first suit for damages on ac
the John Dav valley and Harney profitable keeping of horses, tiie ty” and Oregon would rank with
« o'd<i v«il«w«
of an accident caused by an
7 li) p iu.
wYKina.s«’ county as contemplated th« com glass having been taken up by tlie
was filed in the State
ing 'ear anil will d-f r extention cattle and sheep and the settlers
Circuit Court yesterday by W. C.
< f tl.r road indefinitr iy
who have driven away the horses
Todd, a hackman. against E. A
The only wav open to the coui- as a in alter of self protection. In
The commercial value of the Law bough. The amount sued for
W. J. COLEMAN,
I pany under present conditions if deed the prediction is made that diafnonds is now being determined
is ♦576. In his complaint Todd
Stenographer and Notary Public ' the road is to be extended is to before long Wyoming will have no by the great diamond firm of New sets forth that on December 2 his
; have a special act passed by con- range horses Save on deeded lai d York Tiffany & Co., whose confi
B lhns , - O bkoon .
hack and two horses were standing
greae grunting the company right- and in a certain few localities well dence in the new field is sufficient
upon Fifth street, hitched to fix
uf-wav. In this the company controlled. — Breeders’ Gazette.
to warrant them in furnishing the ture placed in the sidewalk, when
might or might not be successful.
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
'capital for further development. the defendant or his agents caused
At any rate it would occasion con
They are co-operating with the lo the automobile to be operated and
AFTER LIVE STOCK CONVENTION.
. O regon siderable time and expense and on
run along at a high rate of speed
Culleeaoo-, I.»nJ bu‘*ne“‘<•“** R’*' this account
the con.pany may .
The following lettei from C. J
K aum u.«u«r promt «.wo-ied to.
it is stated that the automobile is
uostsone any uttempt to carry out'
peculiar and unusual appearance
The diamonds are found in lay
M. FlTtGlCKALi) the extention for years
L hjíiío N W illiam «
differs from vehicles, machines
Notary t ubile
ers of volcanic ash. Geologists
Auoruty at 1* * •
kt et ta.aia Ai.nt greatly to the detriment not only
and conveyances coinonlv operated
WILLIAMS A FITZGERALD of the railroad company but of the I Herald)—As you are doubtless
upon the publac highways. When
country into which the road was I aware, the National Livestock formation bring the volcanic ash of propelled, says the complaint, loud
onice I» old “•■•"1C
B l HNS,
to be extended —Baker City Dem Association holds its next annual ancient origin, is the same as that and unusual noises are emitted
indigenous of South Africa, where from the machinery and appliances
meeting in Kansas City, January the largest diamond mines in the connected with it. It is alleged
8. W. MILLER,
13-16th inclusive. Oregon wants world have been exploited. This that the automobile was run at a
BINOER HERMANN OUT.
the convention to meet with them is the formation that Professor high rate of speed and was operat
ed in close proximity to Todd’s
Burns. - - - Oregon
>n Por.land in 1904,and with this in
Washington, Dec. 29—Bing, r view, a strong delegation wi'l at Clayton referred to when observing horses, causing them to break away
the geological conditions of Oregon from the hitching st'ap and run
PALTONam..« Hermann, commissioner of the tend the Kansas City uieeting for
away. One horse was killed and
general land office, has resigned the purpose of securing this date in his official capacity, 30 years the other one seriously injured.
Biggs & Bigg«
and will be succeeded by William for Portland. We have been as
The value of the horse is placed
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
oldest formation found on the al ♦250, and other damages, inclu
ORB .ON I A Richards, now assistant com sured by stock nn n from various
North American continent only ding loss of business, repairs to the
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missioner of the general land office
Practice in all the court« of Ore Tbe change will take effect proba parts of the United State and Can that through which the St. Lawer- hack and medical treatment to the
ada that they would gladiv consid- euce river runs being older. The injured horse,are estimated at ♦Sob
Collection« promptly made.
bly January 15.
er such a proposition, and we lie- ]ayerg thus far mined yield only —Oregonian.
Hermann’s resignation was re
<’• W' FAkalt,<
lieve an earnest co-operative eftort extremely small stones, but it is
about two weeks ago by
PARRISH 4 REMBOLD,
would succeed in inducing Such expected and hoped that other
the secretary of the interior and
A ttorney s-at-Law,
Barna (and Canyon City.) Oregon.
Service» at Christian Science
win’'a"«.-, to 'S. eeae.H
In order to l>e prnpe-lv equipped i the precious gem of commercial
1.<*•■>•>••■• Charges have
Hall every Sunday at Ham and
against two subordinate officials of I for this contest we desire as large ■ importance.
8 p tn. Service Wednesday even
G. T. Kelley a piotneer prospec-
the laud office Involving alleged a representation from Oregon as it
ing» at 8. Subject for Sunday,
<jhiv*. li- Lieonaixi.
irregulaJilles and they have la-eu mav be possible to secure, and tor of the Green Horn district, January 4 ‘ God” January 1 l“Life’
ki.owing your interest in these ' near Sumpter, confirmed the story.
given a specific time III which to
18 “Truth” January 25
Careful attention given t- to Codec-
matters, and desire to further the' Mr Kelley is an authority on gold Januray
U01» and Real Eslaie waller»
welfare of our state, and believing mines, he having located the Psy-
Rev A j. Irwin will preach at
that you will fully appreciate the chic group, the Rockefellow group,
B urn *.
importance of bringing this large ; and the Don Juan mine, in the Harney the 2nd Sunday nf each
month at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. tn.
Offica in Time» Herald building
convention of representative busi-1 Sumpter district
Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
Reports from the range in the nea» men to Oregon, have to ask
«V Pacific section of the country indi- j
V. U MAB«D«B.
that you will place the matter be- cHAMBERLAi.N CAN APPOINT SUCCESSOR,
Sunday »chool at Harner the
cates that a lively demand exist« fore your reader» in »uch a manner
MARSDEN & GEARY
first Sunday of each month nt 10
there for horses of good size. There as will procure their attention on
Physicians and Surgeon».
Ffom ftn opjiiif)n handed down o’clock a tn. On the rrcond, third
are still some ranges in California,
BURNS, OB KOON.
jn 1H83 by one of the 8ute Sl,pre,ne and fourth Sunday of each month
al 3 o'clock p m Preaching ser
Oflrt at mtdmet
t'k*nr -'• to but not nearly so many as there
The railroads have mad» a rttte Co(jrt Jod
hv vice »very second Sunday al 8 p m
— . were a decade ago, the agricultur *
of ♦60 from Portland. ♦55 from ' the bench, it would seem settled
ist and cattlemen having taken up
R. D. BURROW.
At the Presbyteriau church
Pendleton to Kansas City and re beyond a shadow of a doubt that
Burns. Rev. A J. Irwin pastor
PHYSICIAN AND sURGION most of tlie available grazing turn. tickets good for 30 days. A Governor elect Chimbsrlain will Devine services the 1 hird »nd fourth
ground In Or<-go<i there is still
Sp-'H.I «tie 'I» «»'" *°
c,ir“o,c more scope for horse range -nuj side trip has l>een arranged from have the appointive power and can Sunday* of each month at 11 a. in.
Kansss City Ui New Orie-ine. via select hi» successor in the office of and 7:30 p m. rabbath achool at
if the t ujrera -tij'p v
1 be there in
Cai • t
> I'Ltt <4 h« « untT’
10 a m. every Sabbath morning
Mm.pliis, al a cost of ♦ 15 for the
. • - 4 .
their wants. Of late u large num
Preaching service* at the Baptilt
K., a.» I
Ï B-iv«s H.
The opinion allu-le l to «peci fie»
ber ol Oreg, n bronchos h ive oecn
»very let arid 2nd Sundays,
Tliose wishing to attend should
th it no man can hold two public
taken to Mexico t r use th. r- in
n. ». ■rv.r.us
notiiy me as early as possible, offices, and «ays that should a man morning and evening Sunday
governuie .t service lb'- lua-elng
llibburd At BrowntotA.
slating ahetlwror aol they require accept another p ihlic office than school every Supday at 11a m
being at Lu* Angeles and the final
sleeping car space, in order that the one he i* boiling, the other praver meeting every Thursday
•bipmeut made fmni that city.
ornea «-r I r
Tlwn I»«*, rsafc.
-» i.e may be provided If you
position beconv-a vacant th" law
Mult of these Or g< n horses • • I ir
ar- mi hearty accord with this
holding thathe incumbent had vol
tak en mea.-ure 13 hind» or over at
m v-mer.l »ill you kindly give u.’
GHOSSM ANN 'K
the sbouiiier ami weigh I.UO*
PATENT WRITING RING
In the case of Governor-elect
•••«•••••••••••••••••••••a pjuu la, not 111:1m over tuat ht-ignt
Yours very truly.
Chamberlain, who now bold» the 'T'HE moat important imprnve-
and aright M*g pr<eiuc-d on the
J. C Mri.l.l».
office of district attorney, it would * m»nt of th* age in the art of
range. The native .M-X can h rae*
appear that th» law sustains tbe penmanahip make« the poor writer
are loo »mail f r the avalry pur-
that Mr Chamberlain a splendid penman in a few w.ek«
pceee of the government or for
Family Records at the Burns • ill be entitled to hold bi» present by the uae of thia ring Endorsed
transport work, and United State»
hr prominent College President»
market» have been fallen back mi Furniture Shire Tin-»« recorda office until he become* governor and Hoard» of Education in Europe
Clomiv dava preterrni f r
for the necrssarv animal». The are something superior, because Tost being the case, it seem« that sod America. Sample dozm as
making «itting* Phot«» ii -
price of wild horw* from the Ore 'bev include a complete record of hia present office will Income va- sorted size» sent poet paid for fl 00
in eerhon and piatiliun,
range, rounded up. cutout and . relatives on both sides of the house rant simnItanemtaly with hi* as.-en •ingle sample 25c When ordering
a Mngloring. state whether for mar.
l unched Ml the trail, baa varied i for three generation». Call ex- daney to the gubernatorial chair, woman, or child
In»t«ntar.eo>'« procede use
from 120 to ♦25 and *27 5t), tbe amine and we know yofill buy and that be mav then name bi»
eitena-velv First elaas Work
PENN MFG. SUPPLY CO.
latter being tbe bigbeet price so Something »vary faarttjr should a«»ccs»sor in the district attorney'»
and «aiisfactiou guarài.teed
Na. 1» » Fwrt» Hr»«. PUR APttmiA.
•••••••••••••••••••••••«•• • far reported for eueb cut* from the have.
Than any at any store
A Tria! Will Convince You
Oregon Forwarding Co
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
MRS. A. JORDAN, Proprietor. BURNS, OREGON.
Special Accommodations for Traveling Men.
This hotel is centrally located and under the management of an
The building has been thoroughly renovated
The dining room is in charge of polite, accoin-
and is well furnished,
The tables are furnished with the best.
F irst C lass B ar I n C onnection
JOHN D DALY, baas
FRANK R.COFFIN, V101 P ue ».
N. U. ( ARPENTER, C asiii ««,
A. (’. WELCOME, A sst . CssniKit
First Natioal Bank
OF BURNS, OREGON.
Accounts of Corporalions. Firms and Individuals Solicited.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Ftni i . lu.i.DXna :—John D Daly. Frank It Coffin. N U. Carpenter, It .1.
Wlil.Hiii- J. W. Oe«rv, C. Cummins, H. VI . ¡loriot, M Alexander, lt*in .
Jone*. Tlmmaa Dav’s.
«5*Zs/e anei Covnty WarraKh
at tAa marAatpntf.
i hU bank is insured and will be reimbursed for any l is» by burglary
or hold up day or night.
<■>•<"> -n»»" r>«r> "»«o»
M ALEXANDER. VK-K-PfcBunifST
c JOHN n DALY. I’K'fflWtJ'T
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ONTARIO OREGON
6 Accounts- <>f C’orpoT'atlons«, Firnii* nnd Individual*
STOCKHOLDERS:—John D I>«ly. William Jone». Frank R
t , Coffin. Abner Robbin». B F Olden, M Alexander, N. L. Carpen-
[ ter, William Miller. E H Test. Thos Turnbull.
E H. TEST, (aahiar.
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