The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, May 09, 1903, Image 1

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NO. -'4
W01vNs 0\ 1905 FAIR SI OPS
FEDERATED TRADES ASSEMBLY WILL
INVOKE REFENDL'M.
ladkatior are That a Decth Plow has Been
Dealt to tb.' Lewis and Clark Fair
r --Av.ailing D«vc!cpQient£.
In d< clarit f! its purpose to de­
feat by r-fio'-iiduiu vote, if i- .-wilde,
the stat«- n| |'' pri ition i f £500,000
fol ihe L-wi- ai.d ( ,. tk Iixpositl 'll
I’-1 ■ .ti
ill-
<f 1905.
Avkenibly
li.i- ib-.ilt
la: <1
1’
Trades
-: to I e a death
«bat "now nt■!■
r U" j < ' • F-.iys the
Portlanii T. !• g:am of l.i t Satur-
blow to Il f i
■ lay.
f t ii
i i ’
Tb
f ■ '
' I
n conferì tic thin :i. .i
i: g
cided to-t"[> all work
■ ' prep i i-
mi ie-
tión and : ii ■ xp nd it un « if ti'.iu-v,
’
pending '
referendum
was taketi
u ntt r.
Tl s
action
he i .n bv
u* j- ■ : to i. U
: iric.
the full b'ar'1,
.mil
a
in itit gis
p- prrty. ill d there is a general ex-
I r< ssioi. of opinion in the .business
ANOTHER FOREST RESERVE
Th« EiifllsA Ar« Cnmllttary.
A
I
A
<>/ the PertvS.
Walter Kennedy wrote to the man
agcr if a prouiinant theater in Conuecs
icut. asking tor his open time for i
week in the fcllowingrepertory: "Sam-
sen," ‘'Othello," ** Virginina" nn<*
"Damon and Pythias," and this waa
tlie answer “Vialier Keimeiiy—Dear
Sir: 1 must say il.at 1 have never heard
ol but two of thi actirs you mention iu
your rouipsny. Sauiscu « as st the dime
oimuuiu here not long ago, treaking
fake chains, iiud Othelio played here
last winter ut the opposition theater.
They say lie is a good actor, but 1 uon’i
cure about playing colored star* at my
house, as 1 cater to the very best lady
audiences, and then 1 don't think I
would like a show with all men in it.
I want shows with plenty of singing
«nd dancing, soubrettea and comedians
with funny gags. Tbat's the stuff fol
rye.”—St. Louis Glob»£Buacrat.
Partly from historical aud partly p«fv
‘ap" frov racial «•«uses the EugUsh
ire essentially uniullltary. They reseat
coininiinity that the action of the
the control of soldiers. They distrust
labor organiz itions as represented A LARGE PART OF SOUTHWESTERN
mlllesry Ideal«. No government that
in the Federated Trades Council
-‘.t-i- i-xtsied in tbt» ‘Utitry was mor«
OREGON INCLUDED.
¡npwpe'.ar iti.'iu that of Ollv, r • 'roiuwcll
was to say the least ill-advised. If
«ud I
i.iajur generals. Its uupoi.u-
tlie ] lari of procedure proposed by
I tar’.iy kft aa Indelible mark on English
the buildingar.d grounds committee Ooverameot Acta us Geologkai Sane)'s Institutions. For many years It mad«
t impossible to have a standing army.
Advice to Preserve Water Supply
i* san. t: le d by the directors this
Even when the course of events tuadv
••Part of Three Counties.
aft. rnoon, the result will be to de­
Il necessary to concede that much to
prive t'uilv 150 men oren)ul<ivn>cnt
the military necessities of the time It
The Inferior Department has de still remained a maxim for centuries
which they cannot weil afford to
cide«i to create a forest reserve in with all politicians that as little ¡lower
lose.
I
:s possible must be granted to the sol-
. Southwei-tern Oregon, in the Rogue illerv; that their business was to fight
River country, n strong recomenda- tur wars. and. this being done, that
NOTHING DEFINITE ABOUT RO'.D,
tion to tliai effect having been made there wus little or no place for them iu
the body politic.
We do not think It necessary to de
There is no decision as yet re­ Uy the Geological Survey. The first
! fend this attitude of mind. Like most
garding a line into Central Oregon, step in this direction has ju~t been
Land
Commissioner popular feelings, It la largely unjust,
and probably will not be one for taken by
but also, like many popular feelings. It
some time yet, says President Moh­ Richards, who has ordered the tem­ i is based to some extent on a true con
. ceptlon. 1’olltlenlly, using the worn ■•
ler. of liu O R. A N . to a Telegram porary withdrawal from all entry
; Its largest sense, the domination of th«
of
practically
tiie
entire
R
>gm
report, r. "There is no use for me ,
military Idea In a state Is calami tuna
to talk about the matter until 1 River mountain country in Curry, lt tends, we believe, to destroy Individ­
uality and Is a serious menace to tt:"-
have something definite to say. Ju-ephiue and Coos counties, ex vldiutl liberty. — English Monthly Lie-
i
tending
from
Bone
Mount,
in,
in
■ lew.
We, as .yet, are in the same pesi­
t: n we h ive been in as regards Coos county, southward to th" Cali­
Mr.
Molder has returned from
If a female fox (vixeni gets caught
tn a steel trap and Is discovered by
the male or fox dog. It Is said be Inva­
riably kills her. although 1 bare not
beard It stated that the vixen would
k’ll the dog fox or another vixen or the
male another male.
If a cow becomes Impaled on a fence
and groans with pain, the whole herd
Instantly rush wildly to the spot, tight
and apparently do their best to destroy
her If not beaten off.
A hog confined with others In a pen
breaks out and on being returned to
the pen Is at once set upou aud bitten
by the others.
Why, with all the Instinct animals
possess, Is the desire so strong to In-
Jure or destroy rather than to help or
rescue’—New York Sun.
The exterior limits of the with­
The best account of the origin of the
loving cup comes from the late Lord
Lyons. British embassador at l’arla.
Henry IV of France while hunting !♦
came separated from Ids companions
and. feeling thirsty, called at n wayside
Inu for a cup of wine. The serving
maid on handing It to him as he eat on
horseback neglected to present the ban-
ule Rome wlue was spilled. aud Ills
majesty's white gauutlets were soiled.
While riding home be betbou, lit him
that a two handled cup would prevent
a recurrence of tills, so bls majesty
bad a two handled cup made at the
royal potteries and sent It to the Inn.
On bls next visit lie called again for
wlue. when, to his astonishment, the
maid, having received instructions
from her mistress to be very careful of
the king's cup. presented it to him by
holding It herself by each of its ban-
dlos. At once the bappy Idea struck
the king of a cup with three bundle*,
which wits promptly acted upon, us bls
majesty quaintly said, ‘ Surely, out of
three handles I Khali l>e able
me!'' lienee the loving mp
N iv Y "tk.
lie has been absent drawal embrace 1,249,920 acres of
being held this t.fti : IK« tl to : et on
mountainous ano
for about three weeks, a part of the land, mostly
the matti r. If iho Ktal
.'¡ ropria-
utrîf'T ■
heavily covered with timber, but a
time
iu
consultation
with
the
offi
­
*
•
er; ck > í
tion shitlI be dii .:b d i ' ii'. ren­
iti , o*,ß
cials "i tije road in New York, and great portion of the land within the
du!» vote, th'ii tu' Ftl-pl'tl- lull Í !
Y oiJ
PI Virginia with his family. While withdrawal is held in private own­
•1er. u ?
work ord. n d to i.iy hili hr n: nie
; chai-, f
in New Y k li - was in consulta- ership, much of it having been or-|
lie11 tl of 111:
oWU.aj'S
ptrmaneiit.
If :h
•le; irJ
ti. i wilii Mr. Harriman, Imt there iginaliy included in tlie railroad 1
iorr.M a
su-' i ned hv
Ixgidnturc
ittk ici
v. :-.s i otiriig deeiued relative to the grant, and is he'd now by thv com-
P rigai J
r.-uiii d.
ilo- people w
« i
<
itral Oregon line. Mr. Mohler I pany or its grantees.
"At a!tin ing of tii- executive
Roughly described, tlie* with- ’
on lef: ö
was n ncemiuittal
pref- rring to
ir ui'iii
and th" grounds : lll.d I llildings
drawal
embraces the entire easterti:
eon';«
u it until s< metliiug had been dune
T8A«, 5 S
conmiilti - 8 i iav. th
b< lore lie ma le a statement to the naif of Curry county lying east ot
e on iri
opiiam
ing t ng'ti* erri | >
d
the line between township* 12 and
public.
irres. Si
lr- car
¡■rocet'dtpd . s f.r a*
Lt Bidt.i
He will g i to San Francisco the 13 wist, together with town-hip-
la left,,
lied on Until i
us :
34 33 and half of 32 north. Mt'
firrt o. mxt week and wiil meet
. XI01
by the
devidopra!, ai I . |q
the line
Mr il irrim
ut «In. h lime it is of J «i phine county west
lítate Cittuini-ii-i >o.
t.\ ici.d that a deci .on will be dividing t iwn.-hips 7 and S west is
This is tl"
Hi •
i ..< n i ,.s io win tiler the O. R. eV ilso in tin- withdrawal, together
the coil.iiiitti e i n
N wiii uiM into ( • utr.il Or«-:; ■ with eight additional townships in ■
buildings <-i H."
ID
corner of the)
< r ihi ('i.iuml :a Southern will I ■ j ilia southeastern
Iler Objection.
Clark Ex I
county, while about five townships I
extm led
soulli from Shaniko
“You ore uut Hinging thr.t beautiful
meeting <1 u.<
Tin ' ■-< 6|;|| b one diff.-ri nee oc­ in tbe extreme southern end of ; Rong. 1 W ant to Be un Angel.’ with the
afternoon
2:
rest of uh .” said the teacher.
to 'ii Ge t.vo hue.«, altnough it Coos County are included.
The little one shook her head.
1 Front et r t,
1- under tied to ba limbing lit
i •‘Wh.it’H the use of telling a story
lion stonili
Guess Tbat’s Rijh . Brother.
about it?” «he denuiDded. • Tin having
uiialcm ie sett'e-d wilbiut dif­
«Itela red «.lit *: i
' enough !rouble learning to ¡»lay the pl-
r. ,w
ficulty.
Mr.
Harriman
will
proba-i
• I ..
union us lex, -.
A gentleman fr >m th« Rums i ■'»> without botberiujj with a baru."-
mn.1 *
I . arrive at a definite Cotielusion |
Chic ago Tost.
Ilf tn
Hi. 711
e.iuntry, whil« in Vaiu thia week,
inceliiig
up in e iisulluti n wiii: President
I All
Council,
told us that llie fr ghterawhudoj
Mobil i i.i Sai. Francisco.
Him
«if n port it i
the iiauli' g for tin- H .racy cutimy
'e; bmi
‘Pup
laid i t worry
li lo««
”■ I«,
hehi this
i mcrcliHtiU nn- n ing «very « ffurt hi
tli.it
I,” said M-Muhb i-
i L h
compel tne tnerchanl* of that < iuti-|
action Ink
land's interest* will be
«■uilined,
ly to ir.vi their freight shipped to
I r. I believe, which e
Shaniko, and thus mak" that point
ion cypres-
Bi y oi.d that tlie It hat said
oUilt.
the freighting point instead of On- i
«io al pn
about it tiie l•elter."
tario and Hunting! i>, the ¡ires, nt
work
now
boati
The r al question now to l>e de­
io- >
supply points. The
t " hc n the
ground*
i r h»!fr
ci'lt <1 t- whetiu r the O ll A N
:■ ß.lB'*
freighters want the thange. if war
Thu itnp i
of
wil. I.mid r gu .rantee tlie Coti-
side; t
stated, i- that the fri ighlers are not
l>v
today has
etruciu n ' ■ f C lu-iibia Southern t
in SPC'-"'
treat'd w.lli due c- n «idi ration in
allie “1 the dechr«
I tie «out li. President Lytle, of the
Sunday S.-hool Teacher—Wher.
. Iwita«
this c r.nty. Road Supervisors are
at Iasi night's m« ttog of ti.e !•’ <1-
chili' - ’
bad children called the old man "bald­
Columbia S-.ut ern, h .« ¡.Inns for
righi
careless or negrgeut about keeping bead." the liears came out of the hoods
< rated Trini - ( tt• • i tu th f. ai if
the i x i iisioii of bis line, »i ich are
possible the
i
. i - |
roads a I bridges in repair, and in ' atul ate them up. Wbut docs that teacb
Ili
nth
<b I.iv d I y tiie rm | ge of s • all-
us?
some
ii.stances, and particui rrly in j
Clark Exp' - ’
lu Ilie
Scbolar-To alwnya climb a tree be­
p x that is now prevailing in I he
one instance, a rancher ws« allow­ fore calling names.
uilopl&d rv-
i
wiiicu this
section.
ed tu fence lip the county road and !
purpose is d
- I
I eilllluily-
E II Hamm n ! r i ow in San
Owtalwased.
c'iilii|" il <1 the teimst.r»
to go
such act i i,
ins the ren-
Jayson—They «ay Dr. linmstoM
Fr .tici < o. He ii ft the East solili
bigh rents <
to H *ull f: tu
around hi- piemiaes. and in so ll. - either kill« or cure«.
till." |.ef r.. M r. M dii. r and ther
Dayton—Aly batcher ¡¡<xt bun cex
the fair pro; -iii-'ti iiiul
ri fu-.. I at
lug many up«ets and accident« oc-
better.
is
little p -slbility of his c tiling to
the same I
Ti l.c
3
cured, one teamater complex ly !e-
¡tart if
Jayson—How's that?
"" "
Port 1 rod . n a business trip: in-
B»y«ou—He doe> both. — Waal ae«®
« mployers to
11. .
moliehed a new wagon by lousing
wagte i. the
st ; d Mr M bier will c nfer with
Tim«*.
i » inaili gneViti
it over tlie grade which he was
i ini on in:.Her« of inter- st to the
Glowworms «re mach more bri Ji um I
The dar*«'
compelled to travel by reason of
*. I.t’IK'
road. T'.cr? i* n lliing t > drmv
C m¡any li. t
t k
the rancher f i.eing up the road. when e •torni >• oom lug on than «t
Mhtr «MMiiio Like many oüu r my»
Mr. Il.irriman to this city, arali
up this tuori i j
These anil many other gritvaii'«« tene« of listare, thia curious c.rcua
matters e n be left in the hands o’
«■•not has never b«sn expJamud.
are cited a* tl.e reason the
cal way, an : •h
Presio nt M !. r.
1 it 1 under
county teamsters do not
sentiment an.
. t
Wbra Lives Were Cbewp.
■ in . th t tl.e «l'iestimi of • xti.n-i in
la the prison of Luxembourg one at
come this way fur freight.
« I most to al
i.-.to ('inti..I tir'gon Will dip nd
fc’"
Foa<|uier Tlnvllle'a agents coultl only
afford,
Thia
county
cannot
it a mcrting
make up 17 convicts out of the list of
argi ly ■ u what lite latter say*.
tlinxigh carelessness or indifference 18 which Isd been given Llm. "1 want
teld this aflt
to allow tlie teamster* who hare ana more.** be said. He asked the first
':.ir grounds
aspect who passed by bia name and ou
Sugfests Prtfiiiiif.
ireen hauling through ll is county,
■eii«iiiig tilt i
f
bearing It said. ' Yea. It Is you.” Ils
to go to Shaniko for freight. In had li.m cenled off. and the next day
he part i far.
/■ I
Tli“ Ei t»rn Oregon ranges are the first place it gives our county « be waa guillotined.
course
be nppmpr
• On another occasion a warder called
ll.L?<*«
■ as formulai
*rt. noon now so I a liy congest'd that it is bad name to have the report v-ircu- sot the name of an aged prisoner. A
ft«
imp i-sihio to cure for lier stock lattd that we do not keep up our lad who waa playing ball In the gallery
a c
t a meeting
s'tU-*
properly. This ye.r’s increase will j roads, and in a financial way w- mistook the name for bls own and ask-
nilding*
ami
F"
i.prx
further
crowd the limits while the cannot afford to loose the money ad If be waa wanted. "Ye».'' was the
ut the imi«’ in
answer, "come along." aud the next
w*
movement of range -lock doe* not which teamsters are compelled to lay the boy waa rulllotined Instead of
a*
n
f direct rs
no v protni»*
much relief
One spend in this county while hauling 'be man.
”, «t’k tv ■erting t » 1
I
At Bordeaux a boy of Id named Met
rl.tt cf-1
r
on vital tact that must be r<-iiifmlx-rt<1 through it. If any man or set of et waa guillotined Instead of an old
The ground
Uy
atockgrower*
is
th-l
mark>-ts
men have, for pure selfishness or san of Ml named Dellay. On object-
r<
ic part < f ti.-
\
denial da finished product. Tlie cuaaedneaa fenced up the county ng. be was told that be waa b>j yearn
that, nnrl. - I
aid la wk-ketJoeea.
1 irg- herd« inti-t i* pruned down road in this county he. or they,
>ey w< aid U
T
ri»*
and
the
an
al!*r
output
must
I*
w.r the Waa Wa4.
should be prosecuted to the full ex
e mon. y Wl
One morn lug a kindergarten a w-e
prep-tred
in
a
higher
degree
It
is
f •«
tent
of
the
law.
Let
the
proper
>m prirate
■Ite of womanhood had been trying '0
I.
?.1«*
suicidal to hold the large Dock* authorities inveetigata tire cause of attrae« the tear her by every raaource
■ a wt li kr.uv.
i» •» »• ti i !>• ♦ ti fr tn year to year, And finish *o this complaint, and »«•» what can af whlih abe waa capable without di-
r which lb
fiiar
■portion fc r the market lx- done to re move tne ol j-ction ol aartly aay'ng abe had auiuetblng to telL
• n- J w iiM
i ut. A h •i «mail a pr«>
Finally the young girt went over and
• •
AS li,Bril at t<
f th- F- 1. Fi-«i r »bei ¡> ai d cattle «>><• more the Harney teamsfers.—Vale (ja- aal beside her. whereupoo little Raebal
•a-.nrr.l her ahirts. pm keyed up b-»
il-d Trad« <
h - J 1C» ' 1 alfa.fa ami corn and h gs must tie Sette
hm-bead ar.d. etiarblag ber Land, ex-
is
the
ools
refuge
f
r
rai-«
I
It
doubt tbe
pri*. it ii
■da' med. 'Tib. dear, but 1‘iu mad .''
The preud boast of
The reseller was aurjirieed. for Ra
ESTRAYID
d aid from.
¿ re » i ■ is <1. r>n. d tl»e «t «kni i tn
rt>«l had ae.m.d to tie laboring under
"biggest
sheepman’’
being the i
f ; It« : "J
visai '«• tad
One red
line-baik'd yearling a del gbtf jl eecret. ' Aud why la little
must give i way to the tmset of
«lio»» U«'
¡1*
f*l
heifer brand'd H r* connected t, H^a pcnahlne angry r naked the la
i-owi'g th lye best mutton in
atr-' toe
fo-t
-V i" l.k
right h'p.n > ear marks
A ««{table
"W-H evrrybody waa mad
East
Oreg
g
aie-t
«i
»
mitt*». I
** 1 bV k' . n
reward will I» given for l>*ff*twrn brum this morning Mamma
n-n tbM •
l.1«rrvB* '
Cr-er Jar», and auntie •r'Mtá mam-
r • f rm -ti i 1- tdii-g •« h»r wh»re
pa , and pepa said. t*h. darn? and leR
g
f
liw pnap..
the laUe. so 1 guess I can te eroga taaF
• iff ttwl
Haf’ ■ C S uith
• N b*u« u 4
—V >th« ."ho.A
We can Save Yru Honey on
LINSEED OIL
LAMP BLACK
SHEEP PAINT
Animal Peenllarlties.
The Third Handle.
fornia line.
plans.”
SPRING PURCHASERS
‘ M rtnh
SHEEP SHEARS
Can’t be Bjat
A large stock of Black Leaf
Sheep Dip Always on Hand.
Get cur Tries on Barb Wire.
humo: ta.a
huí
*t
Our Pfi»e nn
v ili ; p b. r.t
.- '.t.'l y of c ].
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We positively guarantee that
we can and will supply gro­
ceries cheaper than any one
else.
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T lie U'iü'ling Im* been th r tigl !y renovnh il
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The 'lining r >on. i- in < hinge
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Aaounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited,
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ft esnorur •• —.1 hn l> Italy. Frank li < '■ ll’.n, N I’, t'arj or '< r, !' .1
Wllltet « .1 W . <» -art, < < omiiiiii«. Il M Horror. M Alexsiclcr W,n
Jon»*. ' TlIhm is.
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difetta «hai you oat
KODOL
claanisa f. urlile«. Mrenyhanv
and leasiena ths stomach.
KODOL
eures Indigestion. dv»pepsis and
all stomach a/d bowel troubles.
tbs «ebon of ths res
KODOL acealara'te
trie glands and giuva lera I» the
dgeanva organa.
KODOL
raliawo an oeervorbad stor-acti
------------- of a. narvoua •••• > gisaa to
the heart a full, free and untrammolad
act.oa. noir.MMa the nervous aysSecn ao4
feeds ths brsin.
KODOL
Is the «oedartsl remedy that is
■
mes'.ng sa many wes peeve veil
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