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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, APRIL
t!, LOOKS BLLE
CHIEF HYDROORtPHER SAYS WE MAY
alfalfa and segregation of different
classes of the rabbits, so the com
pany will not have to il pend upon
the natural or wild supply of the
BE PASSED UP.
the ' Eciu
country, and the wholesale destruc
tion of the jack rabbits will lead in
Gover-anest Real) to Pay Reasonable Price
a few years to such a decimation
For Water Kignts on Irr gatioa
of the indigenous animal that not
enough will be left for the food sup
The Oregonians e< i r>■¡•pondwit ply of the eats and hounds in that
,ob■ ’L- -
fiom Washini't n *:iy-, Hydr, gra country. This fact the company
pber Newell. <4 tlx Geological sur recxtgnixea, and from now on the
vey, has direct« <1 hi- field e:.gih« ers, animal will be systematically bred
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Re •'Hr*. he coudl’ion of the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BERNS, In the Circuit Court of the State of
at Burnt in the State of Oregon, at the ck »e of
Oregon, for the County of H>ir-
AGRICULTURAL DE?*RTMtNT l .PERT buainrM, April 1903.
W. Bigg* and Dal
¡A>ans and Diacounla..
6, JW 00 ton Biggs, composing the
U. S. Bon* t to secure circulation
Premiums on I’. •». Bends
312 50 Co-pirlnership of Biggs
Re pc m pt ion Fund.
Will Ex peri incut With (iratses to Determine Real Estate. Furniture and fixtures
4.297 20 and Biggs,
What Varieties Will Withstand
The Dry Climate.
C. W. Rann, Defendant.
To C. W. Rann, the the above
Early it. May Dr. David Griflilhs.
I25.U» no named defendant:
Assistant A r stolo_.i t of the De Capital »tock peid in.
In the name of the State of Oic-
partment of Arricu
, will go Undivided profita
. 1.0M C2
You are hereby required to
into Eastern Oregon and Washing-
appearand answer the above com
tonjo take up the study of the
who are examining th«' withilrawu in enclosures.
range problem, and continue inves
lands in VmiiilL* aid Morn«»
One of the first results of this
ligation» which be made last year
Counties, inth* I tt< r < '*••< k coun- ,-yrtem will i •<• the rapid improve
in these two slates, says the O.ego-
try, to give'sp e a altei.lt u to ail ment of the meat—a result iha is
nian's Washington correspondent.
claims of indivi tuals .ml compa sure to ct me by systematically
His work last, year was more in
nies wha own or claim to <>xv: prior t eding ami watering the labile and
the nature of exploration than ex
canal rights in that vicinity, .nd freeing them from the annoyance
perimentation. He discovered that
to determine whe'lief or imt these of being hunted by wolves and dogs
many cf the valuable ranges are
rights, if they exist, will interfere and from the deteriorating influence
being utterly destroyed because ol
with government reel« unit ion. If of eetni-slarvatiou, which they are
overgrazing of sheep. The owuer.-
the pn ject ss a w hole proves to l e subjected to a portion of the time
of the sheep in numerous instances
practical, and ot.lv fh.se private every year.
apparently have no concern for the
interests stand in the way, Mr
future and use no discretion in con
Newell says the government will
HANEY COUNTY ARTESIAN WATER trolling their il cks.
be willing to pay the owners a fair
One of the important works
amount f<u their property, but if Geoiogiual Survey Tells Where and How
ahead of Dr Griffiths is to deter
exorbitant prices »re a.-k'd the
It Can Be Found.
mine, by experimenta on, wi.al
Government will abandon the pro
sort of grasses are best adapter] to
ject altogether and look elsewhere’
The Geological Survey is about the several range sections of East
for a site for a government irrga- to publish a preliminary report on
-rn Oregon and Washington,
tion system, as it has nothing to artesian basiti s tn Southeastern
wants to find first of all a hardy
lose save the time spent 1:1 investi Oregon and Southwestern Idaho,
grass that reproduced readily, ami
to wh)ch W1U prove of considerable
gation. Thors is a wiiln.ßueM
lhai can withstand the dry climate
pay a fair price for an» private Value to persons interesteil in ob
l'o (i-termine this, variou- sorts of
property that may be absorbed or taining water for domestic and ir
seeds will be planted under differ
titihaed by the govet nuiei.t in its
ent conditions. Efforts will he also
irrigation Works, but there are to
The Harney artesian basin em mud-, uud« r his direction, to re
many available sites and so many
braces roughly th«' region drained store parts of some of the ranges
meritoriou and attractive proj cis
by str.-ams Honing into Malheur that have beer, des.royed in the
awaiting attention in various stales ami Harney Lukts, and includes
past through the carelesSix-SB of the
that no work will be undertaken
peihaj.s two thirds of Harney coun sheepmen.
His work will m t e
where attempts are made to hold ty, the length of the basin north
on a large scale, but only sufficient
up the Government
.-ml sotith laiiig about IB*1 miles, i to demonstrate the values of the
The engineers have discovert«], utxl its breadth east ami wist ap
different varieties of range grasses
in the shoit time they have been proximately 50 miles. A rough
I and to give the stockmen an oppur-
on Butter creek, that the irrigation estimate based on the general map
■ tunity to see what can be done on
works attempted in that vicinity of Oregon indicates that the area
well governed pasture land. Dr.
years ago!.by private capita! were within which artesian water ma»
Gritlilhs says there is no denpirig
practical. Their promoltis be expected III this basin is about
that the sh-epmen and not the cat
contemplated taking the water from 1000square miles, but this includes
tlemen, ore responsible for the
Umatilla River and distributir.g it Malheur and ilamey Lakes and
overgrazed condition of the Oregon
over the low lands, but no provi tin« swamps bordering them.
and Washington ranges. To his
sion was made for storage reser
The Whitehorse artesian basin, mind the responsibility rests alto-
i*, in wit 1
Otari ■ voirs. Inasmuch as the water level containing perhaps 30 square mile- g< (her with the sheepowners.
ear. ip!i al
in this Streem is exceedingly low |,,f good land, lies < east of Stein
I •: < .
The woik of Dr Griffiths in Ore-,
M.ul in the summer months, when wa
Mountain. The apparent shape ol gon and Washington is in line with
ter is necessary for irrigation pur the rocks beneath the valley ami [similar work that is to be conduct
poses, their scheme would never the presence of warm sprnga seems ed elsewhere by other representa
have profited anything.
to warrant a careful test of the ar tives of the department. There is
The ech< tne roughly outlined by tesian condition» of the valley, with
a desire, if possible, to formulate
the Geological Survey
contem a reasonable « xpectation of obtain
[sufficient reliable data bearing on
plates the construition of storage ing flowing water.
I the range problem to enable Con
reservoirs ior impounding the flood
Professor Russek insists that all gress to take some action looking
water of Umat’lla River an«l a wells drilled should be cased with I
to the enactment of a law govern
number of smaller streams in that iron casing ami that the records of!
ing the use of the public grazing
locality, and holding it in reserve all wells drilled in these artesian!
lands as well as a law respecting
R taros?. until summer, when it can lie dis basins should be carefully preserv
within forest reservations.
hcv ; Kiri. I
tributed as needed
If the investi ed, ami sugg« sts that, in every state
When efforts have been made to
h. <|Fcp» 4
gation and surv. ys now in progress in which artesian basins occur,
■ I ip ::n.
secure such legislation heretofore,
ri iht, M«I;xS
on Butter creek are satisfactory, laws should be enacted prescribing
replp has been ma.le that there i*
and the projtet is eventually ap that every artesian weil w ben not
not sufficient information upon
mniv iii.»4 proved, cic ir of ail obst teles, there in use shotilil be securely closed, which to l.ase intelligent action It
I». right «'I
’ll oh MIM i» money enough in the r*clanni- that every abandoned «iriliboie iii Is to supply this iiiforni'ition that
tion funtl, says Mr. Newell, to war an artesian basin shouhi be com-'
the department forces have been
t. ,v V wfl
r. p in iff w rant the prompt letting of «amtrac s ph t ly tilie i with tmp-rvio'ja ma
scattered broadcast for the coming
Mr. Newell »ay» that becauee of
•rst 9, bariljl
terial, and that the ol.»ervance of reason. The importance of the
the controversy over (tie wan r
tins- I IWS should be r gor««us!y en rang«' problem is realize! by the
W W I *< J right» rm toe S. I vies Ri, < r. in I ar
I - rrtn.
Agriculture Depurtimrit. and it is
my county, the go» • rnairi ' < ng.
also appreciated that the longer it
h «'» I»3!
ruiii.ina * j rieera will prubaldi pass over lli.it
Is l.egie« leJ llie mote s-rious be
Purchise More Rolling Steck.
ri.-.w r;A I
comes the problem
ri At *1 project, f.jT the present at .east
I -ar htrdM
greet activity al this time.
ti illffBM^I Private capital, se- tns lo
I h Su tipi» r Vnllex railro.t I ha-
all that lean lie < Xp Ct .]. Ill view
pu relia-rd I from
tl«r <) -< i. Short
of the di »«r-''id «■ ««.-- s-’.-p-
Lit r fill i.ar ow guag- eq npment
arian and canal ngn's
**.\ hotel keeper tvnfebing the rna-
loti-r cuuipinv and wil. chinerj of a bie ocean steamer work
cotti ni» «i <•• tu in«.»-• to poi»rt. to ing in mi£ocean received a mental sng
Tè CAN JACK RABBITS.
• quipment pe«tion that resulted in the mrdern
O’ rgmi at once
r.”b register.” »aid ( . G. Eakin r ' 1 it -
COfflfilfit* of 191 pieci » ai <1 wan • n O ••The inventor of the fir • - i*h
Th* j. k rabit canning industry Rtcurrd fir e<>m-thing I ke f-VlOUO -r .-'«ter v as ‘Jake’ Kit tie. a h< t* ’ ’ -*p-
». I orf *• ’
of Da v? rn. (>., according to •’ »
of Echo ha» l*eit incorporated,
♦ r.* City Times He Aa»«.ntb « :i\ to
under tin- name of the American
’’»♦rope sereml year* ajpo. wl.en be w as
te-’ to look at the niuchfnerv t>i*
H»re <* ('..Id Storage Co. ray* th«* is a never failing sign of a h-althy
• H-d the steamer that mp * r. r
Baal Or gonian. Th- incorpora stomach. When the I Tenth is Lad
I ' ' r# him acr .-s the sea. The chief
tor* ar- H. C Wil’i», W, H. Boyd the stomach is out <■( order. There I "! U • eer showed t* e bote! man the ap-
tie number < f
R pt-r. and the capital is no remedy in the world equal to Dar»! **« that reci*:*;
rev* ’ •*. inn« • f the propeller
■lock i» placed at ♦.*>0,000.
Koiiol Dvsfe-p-ia Cure for curing
••‘Why nrMtblrTt :’.r »rime ¡¿ea bea
Voder th- authority given the indigestion, dyspepsia
and ail r • li ir x t<- keep *»ack <»f a < ath bc -
itxlitu'i n by tlie incorporation it stomach disorders.
Mrs Mary 8 e- tint?’ the hi te! mwr ««Iced. *1 am » n
• y way t<> Europe, and »' rre « f mr
will, a» t« Tiuaine»» < pportunitiea Crick, of White Plains. Kv writ««: e-r,’ : • e* niiffM be r bbinff rre E?rE in
engag-d in the canning "I have been a dyspeptic for year« naif.-n. It I euuhl invent r rr- l.i/e
and .other | r-paratii >i of other —tried nil kinds of rt medies hut *r l per a r*a«h account I w<ow!;l rr r.l e a
’■tu’ie * The ho’el man burr'-p'! hr r"p
ni.at pr d iv'« for th- m.rk-t* and continued to grow worse
beflfin work on a carh rejrlwfer H»
I r-»f take hi» trip thr< 1 > Pi r . •
In a g n-rai cold »forage use <>l Kod»l I tiegan to improve ,,t
”t took an early steamer h- rr.award
Th-company ia making once, and after tskmg a few bottle* hr un«J.
prep«’ t in. to engage .y.temati- ■m fully restored in weight, health
“The m ¿em ra»h rtfriMer 1« the re-
T’ • 5*
rally in th. propagation of th- jack and strength and can eat whatever • ■ t 'f *’e >«.pn th* Dayt'ifi hotel
man ra’irht while *af h*nr the mi-
rabbit, obich is hereafter to be I like. Kodo! digests what you eat r trery f an -««an •learner.
•nil unofficially known and make, the stomach .west — e* irrr improremen»« inea E rpjrHfera
ire r>a<!e every nx mk but the pr
»r the Au > r ,n I. >r-. Burns Druggist».
» the taire
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STATE OF ORKGOX’J
l OfNTY OF llABXEYj
I, N. U. Carpenter. Cashier of tlie above-
named bank, do s<>l»’innly swear that the above
statement is true to the besL^>f inv knowledge
N. U. C abvkmtkr , Cashier.
C. C ummins ,
il. M. H orton
J. W. GEARY,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this ICth
day of April 1903.
C. li. LEONARD.
Notary Public for Oregon
Cet Our Prices on
e can Save You floney
plaint filed against you ill the above
entitled action within
from the date of the first publica
and if you
tion of this summons;
to so answer or appear, for
plaintiffs will take
judgment against you for the sum
of $171.76 and .interest thereon al
the rate of ten per cent per annum
the 21st day of
Our Price on
1903, together with attorneys fees
this a. tion, being the amount of the
DECLINE OF THE APRON
Worn In Public.
It is about 40 years since the popu
larity of the apron began to wane. At
that time no woman's wardrobe was
complete without an assortment <»f
aprons for ail «ort> of occasions. A
black silk apron was the acme of
elegance and propriety, and any non
descript gown could, by the addition
of the black silk apron, trimmed with
a few rows of black \elvet ribbon, be
dignified and adorned to the utter sat
isfaction of the wearer, says Wom
an’s Home Companion.
An apron had rather a wide field of
usefulness when you consider that it
not only ¡»reserved and embellished a
new gown, but it aiso concealed the
defects, and added dignfty to an old
one. An apron was always en regie.
The best dress was kept clean by its
use. and the daintiness of it repre
sented all ti e feminine traits. It was
a regular banner of the home. To
its strings the children were lied.
“Tied to his mother’s apron string«!”
Contemptuous expression of subor
dination! And yet so much sept intent
attached to it! Whoever was tied to
his mother's apron . st rings was com
paratively safe was in his mol her’»
«as relied in it. < hiitii.-b tear« were
dried with it. fhe li< lb’Tx.v s u-fd
strings for reins, and the litiie girls
played princes« »ml trailed it« ample
folds behind them, real ladiev in wait-
ing to an imaginary queen.
Those were «• nle-newoman ¿a V<.
Knitting ami needlework were fvin-
¡nine occupations. It was previous to
the day of higher education for worn
en. It may sound far-fetched to »aj
that home sentiment waned with th<-
decline of the apron. Th“ latter unit
not have been the cause, but it certain
ly kept pace with it. 1 have the writ
ten statement of a man to the effect
that a snow-white apron tied nestly
about a trim waist had power to at
tack the masculine heart at its most
vulnerable point. After that say there
is.no sentiment about an apron! But
mar. cherishes sentiment above thing*
of which the feminine mind has no
conception, and hi» heart has been
many times'ensnared in the muslin
how that i ied at the bn< k of his sw cet-
heart’s waist thi*- bani’erof trie home.
The last was about the man of « gen
But the man nf to-dav
has the same sentiment latent.
Jo*, printing—The Times Herald
’ complaint herein.
This summons is published by
order ef Hon. II. C. Levens, judge
of the County Court of Hnrnex
County. Oregon, dated the 27thdn>
of February, 1903. w hich order ri-
A large stock of Biack Leaf
Sheep Dp Always on Hand
quires this summons to i>e publish
ed in The Times Herald, a weeklx
newspaper published at Burns, Ore
gon, once a week, for a period ol
The date of the first
publication hereof is February 28.
('. A. SwKRK
Attorney for Plaintiff's.
Hall every Sunday at
11 a in ami
8 p in. Service Wednesday even- |
ings nt 8. Subject for Sunday I
April 19, ‘ Probation after Death.”
Rev A J. Irwin
Harney the 2nd
will preach at
Sunday of each
7:3O p. m
11 a. in. and
We positively guarantee that
we can and will suppay gro
ceries cheaper than any one
Oregon Forwarding Co
Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
first Sunday of each
inouï h al 10
o'clock a in. On the second, third
ami fourth Sunday of each month
nt 3 o'clock p in.
vice • very second Sunday at 8 p m.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin
Devine services the third ami fourth
Sundays of each month at II a. in.
ami 7:30 p. in.
MRS. A JORDAN, Proprietor. 1’4 It NS, OR E< ¡ON
Fabbiith school at
10 a. m. every Sabbath morning
Preaching service» at the Baptist
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
11 a. in.
school every Sunday
Special Accommodations for Traveling Men.
This lintel is (•(•ntriillv h.cah'd aiul lindi r tin* innnfigonMTt <»f mi
I ho building h -
l»< • n thoroughly renovated
The «lining room h in charge of polite, accom-
and is well furnished,
Tin tablcM an- iuriiiidicd with th« befit.
digests what ycu sat
clear.ses, puri':«';. strengthens
and sweetens the stomach.
cures indigestion, dyspepsia, and
all stomach and bowel troubles.
If you want to show your form
to the best advantage get your
c.lo'hes made right here ut Fried
judgment, demanded in plaintiff.-
F irst C lass B ar
accelerates the action of the gas
tric glands and gt /es tone to the
rich s, the Tailor.
PATEN T Al RI I IN<; RING
'I'HE uio*t itiip'irtmit improve-
* m-nt of th- ng- in
p.*n tn a n-lii p nmk-H tl»‘ jxx>r xvrit-r
a »pl-n<li<l |K'iHii»ti iii a f-w wt—k-
bv til- n— of ’hi" ting
l.v prornin-iit Uoll-ge |’r-»i<l-nt»
and Boifl* of Eiiiication in Europe
anil America. Sa.upl- dnxen *►-
sorled »iz-* ten* poet pai'l for $1 W
i*ii»ple »»mp!#* 2->c
M h-n nrilering
a »inglx ring. *tat- wh-lli-r for man,
woman, or child
i uM’IA I I it, ( xMinr.it,
A ( *. WI J.< < >M T, As-i.i \Hiin it
J ohn n haia ria
I BANK B.l oi l IN, Vit
KODOL relieves an overworked stomach
• ■ - of all nervous s’rain gives to
the heart a full, free and untrammeled
action, nourishes the nervous system and
feeds the brain.
First National Bank
OF BURN3, OREGON,
wonderful remedy that s
------------- muning so many si .k pee; e well
and weak peepie strong by g.ving to their
bodies all of the nourishment that Is con
tained in the food they eat.
Account* ol Corporations, I irnis and Individual
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
John 1» Pi'v. FranC It <‘..HIu. N U < ‘ .«rf-enh r, It J.
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tirr«< ♦' - trial
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Joiiw, I I'ornas Ihivi».
Frtw^ Mir bf t. C. btVITT < CO.. CUICAGO.
S/alt nnH Caixty W<t>r«nH hufhtnl thr marttf
This bank is Inaured and w ill be reiir.b irsed for any Io»» b> burglary
or hold up day or night
PENN MEG. SUPPLY CO.
Ms.ll» S. Fo»rtb Str»«l. PI1IUDEI PMIA.
• .H >1 IX Xli’MELLEN
A'lbNls * ANTED
Cloudv day» preferred for
fn-t»<«t»n»o«’» procès» ere
Pirst-cl*»« w. rk
and aatisfactiow guaranteed
of year von
»Ixzohl look after vour blood.
OF ONTABIO, OREGON.
•o H W, Welcome A Co*» and
«-t’Saraapnriiia, th» greateal LI'X h I
.M AI.EXANIH.lt, Vi. > I’ i r-iioXT.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UllPIJi STERlOSCOpE CO.
inhed in car>x>n and platinum
Step«•<>,«•< q x • A J >|>:«t at um
JOHN I» PAI.Y. l‘i;rsmr»T
Thr |-ni .rt!
•/<•)» wBI» the Mrorjr« »»
o*» •) h rk h r-’l-« «ri »liver «»e« •rf«»l>»» *
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