The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, March 21, 1903, Image 1

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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY. OR EGON, MARCII
AFTER BIG PACKING-HOI SE
imes-JíeraiCL
IYRIGA110N PLANS CHOSEN
the Wi'hmette Vull.y. Southern
Oregon, the Lower Columbia and
reooiunienda-
c inmitlee mad
■•■•1 u
—■ therefore
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. lion, mid
has
asked the
'BVBSCRIPTION RATES:
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; OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
....
STATI—OREGON :
J. II Mitchel!
U. 8. à«BMors
Joseph Bimon
tThoa Tongue.
rM A. Moody
CeafrtMm u
1>. il. N. Blackburn
Attorney General ........
. T. T. Gear
Gaveraor
b 1 lmut.br [
SS Secretary ei state . .
C 8 Moor«
Treaaurar
J U Ackerman Í
I 8 a pt. Public Instruction
......... W H 1-aed«
I Mata Prinur
j R 8. Bean.
.< c. Wolverton
j Supreme Ja lges
) F. A. Moore
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MINETU JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
M. h
D. , CLirroRD
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‘. IMatrtetJa
W ni Millet
District Attorney
..13 Geer
ieiat-ltopn sent stive
JW Morruw
JeMatWaaa
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COUNTY — HARNEY
ti c. t.er«M
Cuanty Judge
K 3 K leder
i CUrk ..
K A Miller
' Traaanrer
. 8nrvev«»r
Tom Alien
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.’. E. L,-saan
J »' Barti*n
i Bckuol Superintendent
. Newt Horner
Stack laape • or
I K J Willi.ni«
G'ummiMiouers
I C T Miller
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SOCIETIES.
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Jew,,.
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M«ecse«ery 1st and Kl Wednesday.
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HAKNXV LODGE. NO. 77, I. O O T.
Meets
every Saturday
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J M Halton N. G.
lil.tn,
W V Kia«, secy.
pilOFESSION AL CARBS
[ W. J. COLEMAN,
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Stenographer and Notary Public
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OSk« im Ui izenc Bank Building.
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hole i.i
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
bur ou
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renn
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8. W. MILLER,
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. and
By Swift & Co.
from the
DALTON HIGOS
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Bigjs <y
Btgjs
A1TUKNKY .S-Ä l’ -LAtV,
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— — — — <4<£G<>N.
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Fracti« e in all tin* court* of Ore.
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UoilecUona promptly made
left hip r.
, value«*
i
c . W. P arrish
■«, anrllfl 0. A. ««■ bold
« nd uutkr
m li ear; d
HAttorneys-at-Law,
ir os H«|
; mtrk. «ti*‘. | Baras,(and
Barna (Mid Canyon Ci'y.
Cry. > Oiegon.
rasi
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PÄRRISH & REMBOLD,
ro,'.rsS
11. Lfonatxi.
Ohas.
Al,h
?oiï ;{ur,IY:,ICl AS
•* • K(.EON
Louis F. Swift, manager of the
provision- department of the
‘ig
Swift A Co. packing house concern
of Chicago, has been
the situation in
looking over of the many demands made
Portland, Seattle
and Tacoma with a view to estab­
lishing
packing-house.
branch
a
view ¡
upon j
Commissioner Richards, in
It is learned that this concern will
his office, has issued a general or­
der, authorizing sheep and
stock-
owners who heretofore grazed their
stock on lands
have,
that
within
enter largely into the meat trade of the past year, been withdrawn from
convention
Seattle and I acurna :s equally open discussed wi.h the President
land commands a
lie
cannot
large field
from
reached
some
that lion of the exposition, or» April 30.
of the *u i- ss of the
Tb’-y pi a - lea
a h- ’»
ilet<-r.;iiiie
»
an* large plant muet he lor..■ • ,i—
any plan)
Th it ther
w ill ' » a
rado,
Gunnison Tunnel;
I r f-rr. «I f r
lv
t«h-J i i c s
•
!U I** Ô*
ll» i p« itlllul
The Oreponi n Washington cot-
• n ugh.not
isrg
The
(!»•*«
has decided to be­
the construction of National
'.’ev.id i. Ar;iona and Colon-
Cr»< k, On gon
ai-'i I •. k of h »■<!. c ttmol !•« <h
project
the
The five
projects
horse-that have lean left to referred to are those that have been
lulu
Ot course, the local
consumption
wj]| go (|le sall)(. wav
must be met, regardless uf cost, re- j p,)(n. .
the
of
gurdlecs
location
of
The feed
before grass
for sheep and
the. cattle ianow exhausted and many
arc the ones on
to 12 years, and
which the most detailed
examina­
tions have been made.
But in no
i sources of supply or the condition stockmen are tiltning out on an case have Die examinations bien
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1,1 «
, '' g‘,fl”ral ruaraet; but (Lis does l slmost barren range covered with n c nijileti d nor are plans ready for
ti'tl g"Vi 'li tire laige brj-liie-s «blcll
cullit i
«hot»
III
»vi il
c nnp litio
w. ibi
inai
iii'je
lite
l»ut there 1«
be finished elsewhere.
now a strong tendency to finish al
The
home
num Iter
of
Mm II "f this advertisement
f ot <»r more of snow
t
|s-r>sn
< ill ri-.il 'lll.ledly
k
iaig'n , I s- th» re is a
very
favorable chatig- in
sudden
Portland
t-> get
eh,p oeiit.
ii - i -
and
the weather
annoiline-
This
means that the department
inent
the
purely
All m«rk--la
local
in cotn'from
toward
Neloa ka ar.d other tion.
acquiring full
wherever
t*e»l
vs.
To C. W. It.mu,
Tacoma
kind
of
the
above
In the name of the State of Oie-
gon:
You tire
required I
hereby
appearand answer the"'above com­
plaint filed against you in thenbove
action
entitled
six
within
weeks
from tl:extnje of tin- tir-t publica­
anti if you
tion of this summons;
frid
want thereof
plamtiHs
will
take
judgment ng iinst you for the sum
of #471.76 and
interest
thereon at
the rate of ten per cent per annum
from
llie 21st day
l’J<>3, together
anil
with
and
costs
of
February,
attorneys f es
<1 isbtirst-mi nt - of
this action, being the amount of the
judgme.it, demanded in
pluintitl.'
complaint herein.-
summons is
This
order ef Hon. II. C
County
•f the
published by­
Court of ll:iiin-V|
County. Oregon, dated the 27thd iv ‘
ed in The Times Herald, a week!«
newsp.ip -i-published at Burns, <>rt -}
of
six weeks.
Tlio ii ito of the firm
publication hereof is February 25. |
191'3.
('
A. 8 week
KODOL
dlgetts what you sat.
KODOL c*esin'‘e’J’
P”r "
" '•nr,’;ens
-------------- and sweetens the sto * i.
KODOL
cures indigestion, dyspepsia, and
■ all stomach ilia towel troubles.
accelerates the ac’ion -’f the gas-
-------------- trie glai.ds and g; c:, t _..e to the
digestive o.gai.s.
KODOI.
relieves an overworked stomach
-------------- of al I nan
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the heart a full, free and untrammeled
action, nour.fches the nervous systc -i and
feeds the brain.
Cbrietian
al
localities, now
Hall every Suiulay al
Borne.
plans
will
has rough
be hastened and
Service Wednesday even­ ical Survey has two exjierts
Rev.
A J
Irwin
pastor
Thia hofrl i« centrally
Burn« Drug^ihtH.
evening
hern I laho, «ven ng.
m* t:' g
at
every
Sunday
11am
The (lining room iff in
ZallaT^’CTT ~
COlskpaeCblo
3?oclr-t
hi
thoroughly renovated
charge of polite, arcotn-
The tables «re furniehed with the lient.
made and
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Th* umrHcwt
•».•op- Hi’h IL-
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-t
• ijHp al » ft«'' t
Hlglii» ni»iah**»l in <ntft r» f.' < •«!
• •• » liti ri« h ••
I h’.'l » I « ■ r '!• • • ■ h 'i i ►
(iH'. in11n; r . I li» Rulli ,■
V V. Pha.t» ir ».ft*
Sie., a «»f art
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Sent every win r* p*« ¡.al« I i « • i« r for i..
J ohn P bALY, Pr«ff
I KANK II.COFFIN, Vi» g P rm
FORIIESI
OF BURNS, OREGON.
Bl ILDI.Nfi
PilfLADEI PIIIA
Accct nL < f Corporations, Firms and Individuals Suliolcd.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
a project ia
impractical 1«.
t
STAUS
BUT
AL LD'-VED
FITTING.
U
STYLISH
ron.
the
r ffn*
.1« l»n i> Italy, Frink K <’«»ffin, N
• • J »V fiearr, C. f'inuriin*. H. ’I Horton, M
I
’• flavin.
»* a u
m /•
/ rrnr/ County ?C<i/rnnti
(’arpnnlrr, R J
Al*ian 1er. JFin .
at t/ic maiift^ircf.
<A>»A*TFt>
TMff banl is Insured and tv PI be reimbursed for eny loss by burglary
or hold up day or ni^ht.
POPULAR PRICES
work
t-.is
N I i AIU'E.xrFH. < amu ™,
A (’. WELCOME, A nmt . ( Affilimi
First National Bank
UIIPUI Siti io co.. co.
their
fo’seen obstacles arise to show
C onnection .
F irst C lass B ar . I n
will
will lie added to the approved list,
Al °cliw»rti ils liudi-lti .in'
and steps lie liken looking to con­
struction
Part of the fund« to lie
used
in
other states are those derived from
«•les cf Oregon laods, but a
maj ir
portion of tlie Oregon fund for the
l>«st two and a half years remain
Preaching eervieeg at the Baptist tion comm.tUe recently forward- I
and
and is well furnished
mo ’a’ing waiter«.
roughly outlined, provided no un-
project
under the management of
Th* building Im« be*n
These examina­
tions will be final, and when
report is
Incaled and
-xpr-rir-no <1 landlord,
making survey« and examinations
Puget church every l*t and 2nd Sunday«, to the Secretary ot Agriculture fin
mortiig
Special Accommodations for Traveling Men.
sal/ by t. C. DiWITT 4 CO., CDICAQO.
now
on Butter Creek, and a thifil
them.
JORDAN, Proprietor. BURNS, OREGON.
T3oct ^ù-ccozxxmod.ia,tlon..
Buttles only, $1 00 Sire bo ding 2S tiires the trial
siM. which telisfor '
A«- hentof.re state I, the Geolog­
soon join
A
KODOL *s
Science contracts let.
Ila ui and
MR''
wor/erful re” *dy that is
-------------- making
a: d weak pe< pie strong by giving to their
bodies all of the nourishment that is con­
tained in the food they eat.
be
plans for reservoirs and canals,and
dual
Service«
UNDER NEW MAI LACEMENT
KODOL
proposed work
as a result i f former study of these
Services.
Oregon Forwarding Co
Ontario, Oregon,
quires this summons to tn- publish- I
the rail- abandoned. The Geological survey,
several
Relijioui
A Trial Will Convince You«
Levi ns, j'ldge
of February, l‘.t03, which ordi r re­
title to th1
very expensive for not be obtained the project will
living remote from
any at any store
to so answer or appear, for
fill
makes this ami if in any instance the title can­
rOad —Vale Gazette.
Ard the heavy demand praver
of Eaaterr. Oregon, So'
thu
named defendant:
privet« ownership
point., but the almost impassable confl c’s with the
c-mdition of the roads
at least as easily as from 8-attle or -ch.Kil every Sunday
and a> ufa Sion gessa»
Piaintill'a,
i C. IV. R um, IL f hdant.
w II immediately turn its attention
D vine «ervicye 'be <hird and fourth to its ciedit, and ¡« more than
atnetle Vale». The same n»«p Sunday* of each month at 11 a. m. enough to build the favored irriga­
sW-w» Purtlaud'« advantage in the and 7:30 p m. F «ti'.ath scho 4 at tion ay stem in that state.
Th* report of the Oregon irriga­
uatter uf >lt»ln uung «he cure-i 10 a ru. every Sabbath morning
products • f packer»»«
Biggs,
\ f-w -tiwkmeo wh i have exhaust reservoir sites and rights of wav of
cl tneir h iy supply. are «hipping canals by purchase nr condemna­
annuals . <J p in.
>uui,<i) are r»»eb»d fro u Portland
• fori
Co-pirtnership of Biggs
j and
which is to be carried out on Hutter
w
G-OODS
. ton Biggs,composing thu
announcement that Secre­
governed l»y the purely loca de- winter on it,e ru, g-, have already under invettigatioli by the Geolog­
mand l-jr merit and meat products.! •■wint(.r-killed," and in nv others ical Survey anywhere from three
(■ icept
I a Jv
ney.
gim, once a weik, fora |>-rio.l
D»ts Not Prejudice Oregon.'
d ■ Jot- not prejudice
I rm ' p
v» f
COMPANY*
John W. Biggs ami D.il-
Nevada.
Truckee; Arizona, Salt River reser­
tai.
he ivv
hor-t w. ciiu-»d bv tin
Butter
Oregon, for the County of Bar-
Colo-:
from EuSfern Oregon and the Wiil
inikihj; * i n ¿é
f:
Dam; Montara, Milk River;
irrigation work« in Wyoming. Mon-
j u< 1. na
m-
on
In the Circuit Court of the Sbitc of
These
projects are: Wyoming. Sweetwater
gin
Heavy Losa in Cattle,
Pacific, .irthwest. IB t h s »-ounty of'-itt' ,
'i'i<Jn*try in th
than
Barm
the comple­
SI’ MlMONS.
prior to the construction of irriga­
tion works in five localities.
tary Hitchcock
Puget
Sound except at added cost.
men
examina­
thority for the acquisition of neces­
to Portland, except the local Puget, ,,f ||ie arrangements for his visit to respondent, referring to the above,
Sound cunsumpüon. And Port-’-$t Lmris at the time uf the dedica- says:
Mi'MI’LI.liN ¡
•
the first work will be
sary property, right3 of way, etc.,
Bartholdi
Mr.
new
by
imd
tliroughout llie summer, altli- ugh
•selection of a place f>r the Repub*
for ncan
■ I »ENTIK'n?.
t> lef’
tri
to* •**1
time,
tions and surveys will be continued
but
the Pacific Coast, Alaska and the entry with a view to their perma I
voir.
Orient. Only the question of a lo­ nent reservation, to graze on these
These projects are estimated to
cation remains to be settled, and to lands during the coming season, as
cost if7,000,(MX), and wiil provide
settle this is the purpose of Mr. if no withdrawals had been made.;
for the irrigation of about 600,000
He finds that to prohibit grazing |
Swift’s excursion.
acres of arid land.
In addition
He claimed to be only reconnoit­ on these areas on such short notice
l thereto -the Gray Bull reservoir
ering and in an interview said:’‘We would work hardship on many
j project is to be taken up immedi­
will not establish a large plant in stockmen, and has decided on the
ately. .
the Northwest if we find we have to liberal course.
His order applies
The construction remains subject
ship such stock from the east to be to the withdrawals in the Blue
to the possibility of obtaining the
slaughtered.”
Mountain regions of Eastern Ore-
necessaiy rights mid the adjust­
’1 he fact that there isa likeli- ¡ gon, and to withdrawn areas in
ment of private claims in buch
hood of the big plant going to one I Washington and Idaho.
manner as to comply with the act
of the Washington towns has cans
approved June 17, 1902.
ed the Portland papers some con­
Wants Both Conventions
The authority granted relates to
cern and they are bringing the big
j the projects upon which the exam­
stock interests of Eastern Oregon
Representative Bartholdi, of St
inations have been made in suffici­
into prom nence and more surpris­ Louis, told President Roosevelt that
ent detail to justify estimates of
ing still, recognizing the stock in­ St. Louis would endeavor to secure
cost and results. Several others
terests of the s»ate us one of the both the Republican and Demo­
in other states are as well advanced
g eat industries. The Oregonian cratic National conventions next
as regards investigation, and it is
his the following to say in showing year.
expected tiiat further recoumiendti-
the advantages of Portland for the
"It will be World’s Fair year in
lione can soon be made.
p n. king-house:
St Louis," said Mr. B irth >ldt,"the
The Secretary has alsoauthorized
Nearly half the livestock packed greatest year in the history uf the
the expenditure during the present
and consumed at Puget ScumJ citv, and we will be able to i.fler
calendar year of $4.50,000 bn sur­
parses through Portland.
such attractions to the National veys, borings for foundations and
Ail thu livestock available for conventions as never before have
other examinations, which will be
Puget Sound can reach Portland at been offered by any city."
carried on in all of the states and
least as easily
And two thirds of
President Roosevelt, of course, is i territories included within the
pro-
•f the Portland supply cannot reach taking no part, mid told Mr. B.ir-
visions of the law.
Puget Sound without paying addi- thuldt he would take no part In the
-
to » y
be augmented
Secretary Hitchcock, of the Inte­ Creek.
rior Department, has granted au­
Ceascision To Stockmen.
thus tinicned at hoiue fur the block ing« at 8. Subject for Sunday.
Sieti.1 atte ti«» > g.V U tu aail Cifiiic
aie »»«'«.
has more thin deubled tn the pas« March 22, "Reality.”
CAll4tQ*rt\ p»rt «•( tt»e ohi trj wili be twuyear«
Most of these find mark­
•r< «*
Rev A J Irwin will preach al
•i ffwrfvd day o» m«ht.
et in the large cities of the coast,
B.w
. i
i ? r.
Hartley the 2nd Sunday of each
but a few go East.
month at 11a. m. and 7:90 p. id .
In lb'- product! >1» of hogs, which
1 Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
J
L «- Xlbberi
are the chief psHtiiig-hnuse ani­
Hibb •iil ¿t Brownton,
!> in.
1er cad*
|
mals, th'- North«'st ha* not a'ta li­
Sunday school at Harney tl>*
ture 'f **
ed to the (»ositioii it occupies in re
rr, watt« Offle« ira <t«x>r cast of Ths • i Uer.a tank
* first Sunday <•( each month at 10
gard to cattle and .beep
«IH* ^»7
Bnrn. Or-ri"
' u’el'tck a m
On the r> c >nd, third
A glance at the map tells the
.
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it.d fourth Sunday of each month
story. The whole Columbia basin
M-
•* r
, a* 3 o'cl.tck p m
Preaching »er-
ir, «MS*
drams natural.y into Purt'ami No
1 vice »very sect nd Sunday at 8 p in.
from
pul of it is tie're aocesviol
“-'e -IOIBN
At the
Presbyterian
church
ff ef
t'uget 8-.u:>d
It must p«» m >re
ll tilt
will
tion <»f investigations
MflriSDEN & GEARY.
PhjSK ians and Surgeons.
D. BURROW.
Benefited,
the
niently reach them. The field force
Surveys Will Continue on Butter
Creek «nJ Other Sections.
I 1.000,000.
ili i!w.a *
-TAllol.Nh.» AT-I.AW,
igu r-- tic purei,.
Latal incidi li'.,
i«l.t v.r
on
idlsJ Carenti Btteution given tu Cottec-
tt’.d tuk< intii acci,uni ih" Factor«
«.Titnw ‘ trous alni Ri al E.~ta:<> matti rs
|
liial are of generai application.
e I ,nM-
> In di'*
•
Aoiar» l'Uollu
;
Oregon la tu day ime uf thè great-
ir,,«'
_
s, barila ,
Bl.SNS,
O h EG o N.
-
' sections
.
... .1
eel - livestock
of r -i
the 1-.
I niti
d
Ottica in 1 luies-lierald building
Stales perhaps the greatert
Our
r w sr.«' J
catlie g-» by the traimoad to finish
*->. boi»
ios, « «eaar
*•"' !•* ' ». ». «À«MI
n the folding pens of Ka- sa- and
». • MS
min, 1
Net.rack«,
or on the ranges of M > ii
hi a IW ■
righi
tii.a and Dakota.
In the past It
«r 8'
'
-dlainoW*i€3
Ul
OMEUOM.
Was the custom of Oregon talilv-
nildrr.
at rettdence.
.v« m growers to semi ail th ir stock to (
R-
Ort,on Not Amunj States
Valley
Willamette
Th se facts are at the foundation
NC
eviulM
r-l
i )«ftsb<
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BY
could get annuallv from the region
Branch House to be Established
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projects named, as they can conve
from time to
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All the market that is o>h-n
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by
the FIRST WORK TO BE DONE THE
PORTLAND PAPER SHOWING ADV AN
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payment
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GOVERNMENT.
TAGES OF THAT CITY.
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