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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1903)
STOCK HOLDERS MEET.
have about as mudi use for that
cially; that Or« / m surrendered uf reoru > -
1 portage railway as a clunaman
Stock holders of the Citizens
. has for a cue—both mighty handy
pose»—to her .¡»ter stau- on themed in
SATURDAY. ZEBKCAKr JI. litó
newspaper published at Burns, Ore- j
for some other fellow lo take a
at the college halls on the 26lh ins* south, years ago, and th“1
gon, once a week, fora period of.
! hold of and use as a lever to beat
This was the first annual meeting our recognition of y ou as our “dad
of the first
one to death with. But then this of the incorporation. Th" meeting pohtically, all our albgience ends; six weeks. The
pait uf the state is not considered was well attended about tbree- ■ that we are cumpe.led to
The establishment of a half
a part of Gregon any way, so we fourth» of the stock being repre • our foster parent f>r ibe neces.-ary 1903.
Attorney for Plaintiffs- |
million dollar packing plant in
aie kicked arid knocked around sented. A friendly spirit existed I means uf support She who pays
Portland means much to the
for our t-eef —r
j without any regard to justice.— and tho business was transacted in usMimuaily
ranges of the Inland Empire.
NOTICE FUR BIOS.
that good will that ba* always char
Our stock will now be turned to
fur cur horees and mules, mid «250- j
acterized these meetings.
Notice is her by given that the
Constitution and by-laws framed 000 for our wool And incon*id-|
eration of tho foregoing, the parly County Court for Harney county,
by Sic efarv Dalton Biggs, was
vetoed the bill raising the price
of the second part, (Lake and Kia-j Oregon, wijl' receive bids at the
Every incorporated town or
discussed and adopted.
of school land from $1 25 to $2.50.
court house at Burtie, on Friday,
city in the state is authorized to
The following officers were elect math—we are it.) agree and do
the 6.h day of March, 1903, for the
The bin looked harmless enough
ed to serve for the ensuing year:
maintain a public library. Under
on the face of it, but upon detail Hon. I 8. Geer, president; ’A B. $400.000 for goods, wares and mer- Construction of the Island Road
the provisions of II. B. 83, which
examination the wickedness of the ¡Johnson, Riley, tir«t vice-president; chand.se, and to her railroads one grade, including bridges, according o
has become a law, the city coun-
measure is exposed. The pur C. R. Peterson, Venator, s>. ond half of this sum. for bringing these lo the plans and specifications of
c il of every city is authorized to
pose of the mea-ure was to “set vice-prewul rit; A'ly Dalton Biags. goods to us, saying nothing of lbs said ruad now on file iu the office
levy a tax at any rate that may
up” lieu lands that l ave fallen secretary; C. E. McPheeters,assi-t- immense sums paid into the same of the county clerk.
be deemed advisable, Opon all
down by using forest reserve base ant secretary; Dr. II M Horton, source for transporting our beef,| It is the intention of the court to
the property of the city, for libra
mutton and wool to their markets contract, under this notice, only
for that purpose,
Many of us in this section have that part of said road beginning at
Board of directors: I. Q Geer.
Rev. A J. Irwin, F. O. Jackson. ancestors who formerly resided in the south end of the survey at sta-
'¡’here is a remarkable signifi
.M jsouri, and before will consent ti in 1 and ending at station 39, in-
[2 It is a poor way to retaliate fol
Chas. Newell. Dr ¡1. M Horton.
cance in the fact that i.'inge hois-
make a change in the channel includmg the bridge across the
people to kiil the Mock of a man
es aie becoming so scarce in the
commercial stream, you will west branch of Slivies River.
who was supposed to be respon
Northwest that the government
Bids for the construction of the
have to “show us” in a more sub-
A Ticket Nained.
sible for the tearing down of
finds much ditli ulty in proc.11 Ing
stautial manner than by mailing road grade (including bridges) for
fences from 40,000 acres of gov
that part of the Island Road lead
sufficient cavalry horses for local
Quite an interest was taken in artistic "Monopole labels.”
ernment land in Crook county.
You also say, “that we are en ing north through what is known
needs. Horse raising should be tho in'iss meeting held at the court
Mr, Brown had to tear down as
revived and bands that have run house last night for the purpose of closing you a postal card, which as the Lainpshire Lane, wjll also
much or more fence than Ins
w a x you
kindly till out and
down should be once more the nt minating a ticket to In- voted on return to us, setting a date at be received and considered by the
neighbors, but from reports lias
at tho oily election next Tueid.iv. which our salesman may call and court at the same time and place,
lost 400 head of his sheep which pride of Eastern Oregon bills.
Dr. J. \V Geary received the num- i show you ‘Monopole hue”.
We specifications and plans are on file
were shot by revengeful people.
to at tho office of the county clerk.
t ¡nation for mover by acclamation,
Tne county court reserves
os did h I so (i. W. Ch vi nger and buy whal we have to sell and de
Conkey’s Home Journil foi Simon Lewis for councilman, and liver al a I-- a freight rate than we right to reject any or all bids,
Hereafter road supervisors will
are no.v paying, the goods we re
take their offices the first Monday March contains, in addition to its \V. A Gowan for treasurer. Tin- quire, then, send your man with bond in double the amounts of
in January, instead of the first usual cpiota of interesting depart names of L WoUenberg, jr., and the grip, and you will find US contract will bo required from
re , ly t > assist him in fastening it successful bidders.
Monday in July, following their ments for women, several special J. G. Saxton were placed before
F. 8. RIEDER
the moating for recorder, Mr. Wol- onto our trade.
election. This change was made
denberg being th" choice by a ma
in the present law by the legisla-
turn of 1903. Another bill that E. Rexford. "A Belated Ro
ue” is the title of a new seii Jameson wore tho candidates fir
passed this legislature was one
city marshal, the former receiving
lai by Helen Clark Palmer, A
"fHK B.G.iSST »KS6AT.O.« B T SUT WHBltK ’ ’
amending the law requiring the
the nomina'ion by 19. We mid
under In the Circuit Court of the State of
appointment of county ruadmas-
stand that tho "boosters” will be
Oregon, for the County of ilar-
excellent illustrations is on beau-
ters, so as to make such appoint
on the bdlot with a tic kit by peti-
tion, whic! h will probably be as John \V. Biggs and Dal
j M. Colson. A charming two- follows: K. A Miller, mayor; J. G.
ton Biggs, composing the
(step for the piano is by l i.imes I Laxton, recorder; John G nib»r-
Th-» .all.-Bt Stere, »cop- will! the »tronieel
..J.ti. al effevr
IIIgiib fi..ieheit in different col
The information is icicivc'.l| Robertson.
or» will! rich g. 1 »u4 »liver .leeorati. 1.»
ling mid Simon I.".vis,cuunciluien; ami Biggs, Plainttris,
I u< Hiding U, V 1‘. l’h«ty»r»»'h».
from the Idaho Statesman that
VleMb of hrt igeDHii- FKI h ')M,> bl.H-
1 D Jameson , marshal and W. A.
Sent every w here prepaid in Utter form.
the government, under the new
C. W. Rami, Defendant.
The scalp bounty law war i e-
irrigation act of congress, has
p-opoidaro representative I u-*i
1 pealed by the legislature It is
withdrawn 750,000 acres of arid
less men .mid it will be a nice race 1 named defendant:
• reported that had Simatdr \Vil-|
land in Wyoming for irrigation
P hiladelphia .
T’lie property owners need fvel no-
In the name of the State of Ore
li.mison held up the bill in his
uneasiness, for it makes no differ gon: You are hereby required to
purposes. Chief 11 ydrographer
committee the governor would | euce what ticket or set of men arc
F. II. Newell estimates that this
appear and answer the above com
! have been prevailed upon to ve- elected our municipality will be in
land can be irrigated for ^Goo, •1OOO
plaint tiled against you in the above -a* 1
, , ,,
by the erection of a dam at the ' to the portage rcnnl bill, xvh.c ‘ rife bands.
entitled action within six weeks I .
I (carried an appropriation of fiOj-:
Hellgate. The land to be irii-
from the date of the first publica
No Deal With P L. S. Co.
gated lies in three counties and I OOO. Tli.s appropi iation had the 1
tion of this summons; and if you
slTPor‘ of •’>* legislator» west ol |
is the first and most extensive
fail to so answer or appear, for
“One of the largest cattle deals
want thereof plaintiffs will take
operation of the government irri- ! l*’e mounla'”9 "dl*
consumated iu this state is
J standing that the scalp bounty
judgment against you for the suln
gatiou plans. Will Oregon
reported from Harney county. Il
law shuuld go. Just who made
of #471 76 and interest thereon at
is given out that \\ . D. Hmilev. of
the rate of ten per cent per annum
such n trade is not known, hut
Burn»; 0. E S. Wood, of Portland,
I the threatened veto to the port mid M. K. Parsons, of bolt Lake from the 21st day of, Februan,
Fam F isk , Proprietor.
Examination of the livestock
age railway bill had the desired t’ity, have purchased all the stock 1903, together with attorneys fees
situation in the Pacific Northwest
¡hop Ao» jutt been opened to the
, effect and the bill was reputed. and rancl es of tho P. L. S. Com and costs and disbursements of public and tolicitl a ¡hare of the patronage
brings two facta into prominent
1 Senator Williamson should have pany in Oregen, the consideration this action, being the amount of the
IIAIR CUTTING, SHAVING,
light, »ays the Southci 11 Orego
judgment, demanded in plaintiff's
takfri I “long chance” anyway. named being $2,000,000.”
man, of Medford. Producers ot
When shown the above clipping.
We do not believe Governor
This summons is published by
beef and pork animals should put
NEAT BATH ROOM
Chamber í n would veto .pit bill W. D. Hunity, who is at the Im order ef Hon. H. C Levt ns, judge
a better finish Oil them, both fol
drat dan and up to date.
perial, said; There is not a word
<>n such grounds.
of the County Court of Hurney
their own profit and for the re
of truth in the statement It is
pute of the bnsiness. On the
f.ais from start to finish. Wo
Evcrythinx Will Tiru Greca.
other hand buyers should lecog-
i«v.' not made anv such a deal or
m/.e superior finish with a »upeii-
<onli’inplated one ”
Inland Lodge No. 70, K of r
or price. When the mat kets let
When asked if ti« knew what
w ill appear as a public entertainer gave rise to the reported deal tie
the finished animals go begging,
for the first time in many ‘-moons" said he did not. I He was Wold that
TR1SCIÏ A DONEGAN, Proprietor».
llicic is small cncouiagement to
on the 17th of March, at which it w as said by a mill from his
the producer. Buyer and pro
tune a public ball will be given country that lie ami bis asjoeiales
ducer must work together to
its auspices. There wall were seeking to form n couibint.
build up the meat industry, Nci-
: c a.d.ÇL'uisixt eie.
«f dry bones” on He replied that he could mil help
tlier should bear the whole bui-
this occasion, as the member» of wliiil people said, and emphatical
Inland lodgt w.il spate no pains ly reiterated, that there was no
to make it an event that will re-1 truth in the report, lie said he Co o
was in S.m Francisco at the time
Wile fences cast ol the C is dou >1 to the credit of this 1
the deal was reported, an 1 did not
«ade mountain» must, aliti Ihr lent organ./. ,.ai. While 11
is not |
know anything about it until his
muidle ot next May, bv construct undci t o.l that the affair is
1 to be j return —Telegram.
ed in the foillowing manner. I’liv
p..i titulai ly, it is ex-1
post» must lie »ix and one-half
pc- ted tb it guests will tcmembei I
Some l erte Faul».
feci long, not less than 4 in« lie» it.!« 1- e ,. i.l i 'tom». No doubt1
111 diameter, »el ui groumi two
;i« vn w
1 dominate ill the dec- ( The following letter from a Lake
feet and not mole lhai« 32 kit o:.it is of the hall and that the view meteimut, winch was pub
Not I. . m that tin er w ii US. 11 < • : ish.p of the lodge will also lislied iu the last is»u < of the Ex
A fine condition powder that wi.l keep
aminer uf that CUV, gives a few
the lowv: one a feel trout gi « J twill
slock hetillbr arid in good condition.
' « ate’' to a certain extent
tacts that the bu-itiees nisu uf
the second *5 UK lu» turn
Various committees will soon be
Portland should make note «if:
"i":.;:”:;L; chick» grow
• nd the '.hird 1 j im he» (1 <>m
api mted to loi'k after every de-
.Venn. Wadham» A Keer Bro».
«>nd. At .1 distance uf
I tail ol the affair ami the dancing
nd sheep free from w mis.
iw ceu posts false jkis I s must
public may expect something out Gentlemen:
placed , reachmg to the gro
of the ordinary on that evening.
We have for ackiiowl edge-
and »c iii’civ fasici «I io the wire.
1 ri’i’:-- to skimmed or
uient. vour letter of the 9th lust, ■vZCt-l • UQU separator mi k
A quit k fattenrr.
A pole J im lie. iu di.iiucti'i or »
The prirate hank of \ enlig •. written on the iui k of one of vour
bo. id C -odies wide may lake the Neb , did not open for bu»inve.< on ■ Mon.•pile" label», exiling our al- f*^fx**f» zw j 1 «■« Will curs the »svere»'. care» of colic. Horse-
w i I w vUl e men should 11 ver be without it.
..addle wue aud the 22d ull. A pl u-.«r«l g'vmg 1 > | Unlion to the “beautiful and art;»
lies was posted ami el ite bank ex .tie’ cilvct of the la'-el, and, inc««
aminer is in charge II h «s been tentally . to the h.gli standard of
currently known lltAl lhe bank va» , It» good» therein repreeeuled. all
»iiirlrt.uk the question:
I lately etubarrtM»« I Í. r the ready of which l»«s received our cartful
Softer.» the I..-. ( ai d keep« feel in
“brom whom miad when was lire ! funds. »» several vf Ils «irait» tend
con»iderati >n and attei.iion
condition Quick hoof g-owe».
< beg on legi'l.ituie given the in gone to pro Vet The dry ’»it.
It 1» unf n lunate that we are so
Very he»l h’i»ter made, Cure»
formation that the whole of E.i»t- I hope vh»l the ruO ar .«»»nient I» only «ilua:»i that tour | 1 -p siti -n ran
ring’.one spsvi-i. etc.
tein Oiegon wanted to trade off leinpora’y Mid lb»l the president, I afford us >.0 iwrvtit, otlwr Ilian
Prevents I low! p- |«nn from
■»ire cu'». ttc; heal- quickly
the «»alp bounty taw for The who went OMt f r th" piirp »«- highly c... r I reading 1: .«it-r.
C e« ‘ .
«•»•;!-.«•. k--’H »tc . wh- •
I m»r be succea-ful in raising th» A fill- meuring the exp nsa of 2
Dalles portage railway.'"
u-i ig t e an,>:■ al A«k th> .* who have used it,
funds mcr»»atv to re pen
Whether this uiloi mat ion
I «vnta in p vtage, nece-ssrv 1.» lai
given or not, the tiaile h.i»
y.wtr proyoMtiou b.f«r u», you
Job printing—The Tituw-Ueia i have oreriookru the fact that ae
We. ol tin» section, will
. r ?tevi m fr ru rermr •—s ire J*»th tu bed bugs etc
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
Hopkins & Hunter,
Harness and Saddle Dealers
Security Stock rood.
VJorm Powder •
Pinkeye and Distemper cure
Hoof Remedy g
Gall cure : 7.
Carb olized Disinfe
t ? .7 .::
About the 1st of March will begin taking stock and until the
time wll cluse outjnmny useful articles for
Less than the Articles Cost.
We need the room for our spring stock. The Cash and rooa
are worth more to us than the goods The more we sell t|.(
less we will have to invoice. Now is the time to secure b»'.
gains. Call and see if we don’t mean business.
GEER & CUMMINS
Crockery, Glassware, Windmills, Pumps, Guns,
Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Paints, Doors
Windows, Garden Seeds Etc.
Sole agents for Rider-Ericsson Engl neg.
Only'Tin Shop in HarneysCounty.
------ RESERVED FOR
MILLER & THOM
Tliey will hivre something to ear next week
DOES TÜIS APPLY TO YOU?
Enr>r-k wbo read this will und.-i.bredlr profit by it. I-. iiyo»r
duty to yourelf or to your family, to get y nr n»-.P.m« „;d dru». .1
he City Drug Store, be«»(1»e everytbiug
th.t line is of best nu dity,
m.aiiLctured by the most responsible flrn.s, »,.4
e.l wi.h Ihi
most-XAciog care by experienced »nd r-..fk-ier.t ph .rn »cL-.s.
E al.o keep in stock »t »1! times a full line of n il. t » tfilst,
Perfumes, pocket book., pock -t memorandums. M»-i. ,IH, . -rh ..1 mp-
1’lm»,».:!!0.^!^. c»„d>e. nm, e-c. AIso trus-ei-. syringe., »<> pea-
soues. biindaaer. plasters of »11 kinds.
A number of guitars, banjos, vi-.lin-, and » flue upright piano.
ag ’r for every periodical publishd
A portion of your patron ig.« so’ici^n. Vi e don’t want th«
ear-.e. We believe in living »nd let live.
THE CITY DRUG STORK
H m HORTON, Propt ,
FRANK SMITH, Propt-
The largest and best equipped hsitel in Malheur county.
1 he rooms are large and comfortable. Table service the
Best. First-class bar in connection. Up to date................
HEADQUARTORS FOR HARNEY CO. PEOPLE
M FtTzos.RAtD, PxEsinnrr
F. S R ixdkr , S ict asp T rim
B iggs <k Tuttxtit. A ttorxcts
Abstract» Furnished and Title Guaranteed '
i<> «nil Lands in Harney County, Oreg«
Bought and Sold on Commi»»
Office m Bank Buiidmf v - m
WARS ANO WASHINGTON. RORTLANO, CRCG0N
The school where thorough work is done; where the t .« • tert
•jeays given; where confidence is developed; where bo-ktvp«
'» Uught exactly as books are kept in businere ; where »hortharf »
nunteeasvj where penmanship is at its best; where hundred»»
«e rmgrap-rere have been educated for
U-«. where thousands more will S,.
a ail the
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL