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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1903)
for the purpose of blocking Hill's WOULD LIKE CAT1LE SALES estimates prepared for construction.
’’Pfrangt*, ” raid ttio n~i with th*
It is learned that contract* hsve
scheme to build into San Sianeisco
strong cigar absentmindedly.
| is not regarded as worthy of any
’’What's strange?” a**ke,l the wan
RESULT OF PRESIDENT MOHLER’S crc‘*enc* There was a story afloat 0. R & N. MAY MAKE PORTLAND A eral equipment with the John Go with the meerschaum.
“I was thiukiug of a friend of mini
White Company, which is now en
P CALIFORNIA PRIP
in San Francisco at the same time
who claims to have found au ubsoluUh
that the California, Nevada A Ore-
perfect fountain pen.”
“Always writes, never drips ink sue.
the Southern Pacific. The Baker
I gon would be built into Central
aaver gi ts out of order!”
Commercial Bodies Asked to Give Eacour-
“That’s what ho says.”
Wsats ta Koo» That Traffic Would Justify
ed by Major J. W. Bonta, who
axemeet to Conduct Stock Sale*
The mall witli tho meerschaum v’fw
BulMsf a Road into Costrsl Orefoa
heads a strong syndicate of Penn shook Ins Lead.
la That City.
That the southern line is to be
•■Portland Way do It.
1 Wliut do you think of it?” l.o iskel
sylvania capitalists, owners of the
extended is now regarded as cer- I
”f hardly know what to think of it
He's joined no liars’ club tnat 1 know
If the 0. R. *ir N. could receive
A dispatch from San Francisco tain aud it will probably be built
groups of mines near Prairie City. rf, fc'id yt t everythiug iwlicutee that 1:1
of recent date says:
■.» vvtrki g for a record.” — t'-hic-g*
It is principally to afford an outlet Post.
Mohler, of the O. R. A- N Co, that point to Bend, where the Col-1 local commercial bodies, that rail
for these mines that the trolley 1
reached this city this morning from umbia Southern’s new terminus is road would use its best efforts to
line will be built, although Major Wife—Henry, what was the matter
Portland and accompanied by \A
Bonta announces that lie will ulti witUyou when you came In Inst night?
\V. Cotton, attorney for the com one that could easily be crossed by for the entire Northwest, says the
Husband- Nothing that I know of.
mately extend the trolley in the Why?
pany, and Theodore l’> W ilcox, re
W ife— Well, you kept walking around
presenting the commercial bodies not believe the California, Nevada auctions of thoroughbred cattle in
objective point. Tiie line will be the bed with your baud on the railing,
of the City of PorUand, went to the A Oregon will go that far. Harri the interior towns, all such sales
operated by electric power, derived saying. • Here's the banisters, all right,
offices < of ' the ¡Southern Pacific Colu man’s pledge to protect Portland’s | will be conducted in Portland, and from a chain of plants to be estab but w here’s the stairslMrvk Free
with interests is accepted as a guarantee stock fanciers would be brought to
pany to bava
...... - - a conference
- - -
lished a* various points along the
Tretty far OS.
A summer resilient in a New Hamp
. It waa known that the object bf hi- allowed to divert the trafic to ding.
«hire village, a laity who. In llorace
The railroad company is making
the conference was to makearrang- San Francisco.
Walpole's pbr.-nttf sits at the top ut
Just what the Columbia Southern an effort to bring thoroughbred
•he world." was making her Ur«t
inents f<ir the "extention of the O.
friendly call of the season upon the
R & N. in Central Oregon, and al lintends to do, now that Harriman stock into the Northwest country,
family of nn old widower.
Thomas Jones,the druggist, cante Only llie father was ut home, one it
though tbe meeting was behind
closed- doors, it has T*een learned proposition again, is not explained on several occasions, selling the in yesterday afternoon from Onta .lie girls being absent on a visit to the
ether sister, who lutd been married
that the plan is to meet, the Cali by the company officials. They stock to the best bidder, irrespec rio having been on a trip into the during the past winter. Naturally tl.e
Burns country. Mr. Jones is in talk turned on t lie daughters.
fornia Northwestern, whose north
” said the father; "Mary made
ern terminus is at I’kiha, Mendici- tention without any aid from the object of the railroad is, of course, terested in a band of alieep. He out "Yes.
real well. Hut I dot’ kuow's I'll
no County, in this state, but which
»ver work I.izabeth off. There's s
line has been heading northward ai d insist tnat their bonds were stock, and in this manner to en to be used during the lambing sea young man been coniln liere steady
only offered tc Harriman as a mat : courage stock raising. In the end son. In talking of the matter yes now for two year, an he’s no further
during the past year.
on yet. ma’am, than mo an you.’’—
In railroad circles it Iris long ter of courtesy, since lie held the a new trade would be created, and terday he said his partner had in Vuntb’s Comnsulou.
the railroad’s interests would be formed him that the cost of tbe
been thought that Harriman bad
advanc-d by the plan, But in the tents had been saved every cold
acquired! the California North
! first became familiar with this val
Jack McCulley Dead
meantime the farmers and stock- night. Stoves are placed in tbe Kllctluu at Malt* in the »eventie*. H
western road, though its purchase
then In common nee Hmong the
raisers are benefiting through their tents. Newly born lambs are tak was
has never been authoritively an
Mabuse of Valeria. but whs by lliiuii
ability to secure blooded slock al
pronounced "salt dating.”
I at Riat
nounced. Today this is looked
took It to I k * a local form *f the
upon a* practically re tain, and it this to say of the death of J. E Mc figures within their reach, instead until they gel fairly on their feet time
Arabic “salaam.” aud my luaprise was
?. who is well known in this of being compelled to import cattle I In this manner all loss has been great when on returning to England In
is also regarded as certain tint to Culley,
from Eastern farms at heavy costs avoided. There has been so much tin- eighties I found the phrase pre* a
days conference nit-i'i-* a thr.itlgb
S nne time ago the O. 1* ■*.- N cold weather that the loss would Lent lu Louiion.—Notes ami Queries.
line to Portlanli that wilt form part prominent business man in Burns:
a proposition to the people of have beert heavy if the tents had
of the Union Pacific system.
diKlnnd*» Tipplin« Act.
The partie« to the conference saloon and hotel at the mouth of Portland ottering to conduct these not been provided. At the time of
A queer English law. called the “tip*
have r.ot »een fit to divulge the pro Grouse Creek, 12 tuiles south of stock sales in Portland if the prop his 'ast report the percentage of in plhig act of 1751." |»rot Ide« tbnt nn
Innkeeper run not recover for debts for
ceedings,‘’but railroad men here , Warren arrived tue o her day and er encouragement was offered. The crease was 115, so successful had liquor amounting to more tlinn $5. The
are quite sure a meins will be ¡registered at the Overland. He *-t-j.-ct of the railroad was to center ths men been in saving the lambs son of an eminent English throat spe
cialist lately ran up a bill of 1250 nt an
reached to secure the end above had been ailing several months, ail this business in Portland and — Boise Statesman.
English public house and based h re
fusal to p.’.v upon the validity of thh
worse, he came to Council for stockcenter. Naturally it would le
The Huntington Herald m . ivh Mrs net. As the statute was still on the
bools, rhe Judge was obliged to ar
The Oregonian of later date than treatment. Friday it was seen to the railroad's interest to have Frankie Brenton is visiting friend* knowledge
the above gives the propo-ition
quite a different coloring. It say«: ed. but no one dreamed tbe end entirely within the O. R A N. ter The Winnemucca Standard re
A question has been raised as to was only a few hours off. Saturday ritory, while other cities liable to ports M . Sclieubner, of Den <> in
the character of the country through his condition seemeJ better, but it acbeive that reputation might not that city to meet Mrs. Scherbr.er
Services at Christian Science
which a line projected into Central was only the liegilining of the final be. But the railroad officials be j who had been on a visit to San
Oregon would run and has result' d change that occured Sunday even ! lieved that the city was as much or Francisco. They were preparing Hall every Sunday nt 11 n ni nud
in temporiarilv tdo king negotia ing, April 2G, when be passed more interested than the railroad to leave for their Haney county S p m. Service Weilnesday even
M. W. Addington took company, and that some effirt homo.
ing* nt 8. Subject for Sunday,
tions with E. II Harriman, of the away.
the personal effects should lie made to secure tho regu
May 17, ”S< ul and Body.”
Union Pacific line« When the
first pledge w.ts made by Mr. Har he had with him, $128.80 in cash lar sales of stock
Rev A J. Irwin will preach nt
For some reison, the commercihl
riman that the proposition from • and checks aud a valuable gold
the 2nd Sunday of each
the 0 R. & N. would be made into watch, with the photo of two h'tnd- holies to which the proposition whs bei for branded II. S connected on month nt iln. tn. mid 7:30 p. u>.
Central Oreg m, it was believed : sume girls on the inside case, but referred never progressed tn the right hip.no ear marks, A riiitable Sabbath school every sabbath ut 2
that the county to be tapped would no clue as to who they were or matter beyond the committee stage. reward will be given for her retruii
furnish a profitable «nd p-rminetit «here they might be found, or any The railread officials waited for or information leading to her where
Sunday .«cliool at Harney tlie
traffic. Now there has come other thing to indicate the whereabouts some ti me for an answer to their abouts.
first Sunday of rnt-li month at IO
reports and th • deal is off for a of friends or relatives. The body proposition, and then went ahead
Harry C. Smith.
o'clock n m. On the wecond. third
| was laid to rest in tbe Keseler on th* old plan.
ati*l fourth Sunday of ench month
President A L Mohler, of the O
nt 3 o'clock p tn. I’renching ser
discuss the situation,
R & N and T. B. Wilcox, who
vice < very vecend Stintin v at H ;> n .
relation to its past or
went to San Francisco to con
There are two very tltnly prepared
fer with Mr. Harriman, returned
At the I’renhytcrian church
. Mr. Billings- the O. K A- N. might be induced skeletons of big sunk--a In th< Nation Burns, Rev. A J. Irwin pastor
yesterday with the ultimatum of returned from Burns.
al mu«euin In Washington, and in
the railroad nanager that the coun- lev informs us that Judge Clifford to again consider the plan of bold making them ready for exhibition tin Devine nervices the third nod fourth
try’s resoar* :s must lie shown con- decided against him in bis suit ing th'-ee sales r.t Portland if en utmost pains -s-ere lal.en to pres.-rt* Sunday* of each month nt 11 a. tn.
the cartilaginous Miri-uhth-s of iln
elusive^’befire any of the O R 4 againgt the Devine estate regarding couraged to do so.
and 7:30 p tn. Fabhnth school nt
rllia. nliit-li with ordinary lreatnw-nt
N. moneyHouId go into tho pro- the ewrrer.-hip of 8U0 acres of the
are lost. Williotlt flits*- I lite pl*'**-» l<t a. m. every Sabbath morning
Mo» Arrow Heath are Hade.
of cartilage the »«-rfK'iit'a skeli-loti can
Alvord ranch. As yet Mr Billiuga-
('reaching nervitvn at th»« Baptist
hardly Is* *»1«| to tie complete. litas
The remilt of the conference held ley live not decided nbelher he will
much ns tle-y arc the r*-*-1 tqrili relit* t. chun h every 1st m*d 2nd Sunday*,
at San Francisco la-l week was an appeal (lie case ur not
tlie replilt- walks, a« Il ***-:•-. In fact morning Mini
the Indians made the Hint arrow it awake walks on tin- ends *.f Its rll*a hchool every Sunday t.f II a. to
instruction to Pregident Mohler to
The fiist arrival if cattle for
heads thst are often found all over and in that manner neidete» lot-omo prayer meeting every Thursday
7.1 make a per- mal investigation of shipment this icasmi caul in yes
the Central Oregon country and to terday, consisting of 1000 steers, the country. They had no tools to' Bon-.«- t*lg serpeuta. tiowen-r. Ill*«- tla evening
report inadtediately to Mr. Harri- liebmging to Parsons A Hanley work with, and the question how boos mid python«, really have hlutl
leg*. iLougli liny ar« quite rudiments
lUAii lu |be event thi* r» port in They were from Harney county they made them was not answered. t;. f’yth ■> you know. ar>- < nstrict
SAtiafactory, Mr Harn until will ami were a month on the road •'Abe” Mathney, who wa* for years cis. crushing their pr.-y In tlielr toil. »•••••••••••••••••••••••«• «
» heap big chief of the Washoi- They bare no poieon glnod>. tint they
JOHN Me-NI ('1,1.EN
•Und byAis pledge k» bund th- AU>ut 1 >I«> more will he here to-
tribe, save tbe »quaws broke (lint c»u bite terrlticnlly with tlielr ninny
line, but,if a pear »lioiring is mad« day or tomorrow.
teith. wltlclt tern In rani Ilk«- hook,
rock into small piece» ty putting so that a | -con on«« eei»«4 would
tbe prour.ire is like'y to be witb-
H. Y. Blackwell, tlie well known it into the tire. They then »elect a tare little chance nt disengaging ln:u
s*-lf sate by chopping off ibe brad at
cattle buyer, nás’hern an Ontario
Tbe investigation of Central visitor for several days. Hmrv suitable piece for ao arrow tread, lb« auunal.
Oregon’s yesources t* not to tie has GuO bead of choice cattle
made by th- O It A N «tone. A awjittng «liipni«-nt at Huntington then put a drop of water on it.
which chipped of a small particle
< request will la* made that the local
KODOL diyuta vhat you Mt
r.immereial bodies .nterested tn
It Car.d H:
Ou* procr*« the squaw* shaped the
th« pr ipure l ex -nsi u shall rend
arrow head*, *aj« tire El-lerado KODOL
irprerenUtlve.« ;n E .stern Or-g n
A practical j k r teila this up n
make an investigation 8« hitnaelf. and declare« it cured him
thorough t» the rai.ruad repreaan- of a bad habit.
O i my arrival in S.m Fribciaco
In nMk”' Uie O 1». 4
N re- an a j ke I «ent to a friend *>f mine,
•Tar n a < «*r
A dispatch to th- T-Lgram from
hires to bu’^1 i ire pryfiuecd ex ten well known I r bl* *wr.loo to
A fully equipped
• or ttoe panph-of P ru >nd ■i glit
o*itug uxhu v . a telegram with Baker City
== IsUJ’FVT =
to c •«»tract a huar charge* to c-Aleot. feadrng, “1 am ■ ngitreerint corps, under lire direr,
!• i-c’iy hta-ihy."
lion of Chief Engineer George W
Natarat*« the« would
HARRIMAN IS FROM MISSOURI
Get Our Prices on
We can Save You floney on
Our Price cn
Can’t be Beat.
A large stock of Black Leaf
Sheep Dip Always on Hand.
We positively guarantee that
we can and will supply gro
ceries cheaper than any one
Oregon Forwarding Co
UNDER NEW*. MANAGEMENT
MRS A JORDAN, Proprietor. HI RNS, OREGON.
Special Accommodatiuns for Traveling Men.
itnillv located and under tlx- mnnngcmei t of an
Th«' building liax been thoroughly teiiovabil
The dining room i. io * litirge of polite, acci,tn-
Tin I h I'I*-** tire furnished with th, best.
N I < ' \ It I’llN'TI ft. 1 i-iii1 *.
t <'. WEI < '»Ml As.i 1 (Mil II
First National Bank
OF BURNS, OrtECON.
Accounts ni Corporations, l-irms and Individuals Solkiied.
Ho or, of
The »ma'l*wt »»ere* er«« ■ «11« th* atre»»«*««
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Vtr»» -1 art f
FMJ k OWIT » I.«»
Meet • terX wiker«
In taH'er fuis
trolley hne fn-m Bak r CUy io lire
J ihnday Valley, via Upper Burnt
A preliminary stirrer will
be made at-.d then the partv will b-
brought back In the Iwgiairig ami a
liii* Ires’ d.
rros. sectioned, and
J«.*.«--. I I*.o*i«» iQvi».
*J7,*Ze ir»i7 County ICnrranti bouyAt at t.So inni Aot p/ co
this bank la Insured and wIII ba reimbursed for any toss by burglary
or liold up day or night
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ONTARIO OREGON •.i
Union. Or . ha* be, u I
work on »urveying th-
i t.r, Il J
ster I osco ^ e co .
The loforniation evidently was
grntifvi ,g to him for auout a week
after Muditsg the tel-g-siu an Ml-
pr-*K pick age wa* d> Itverr J tn rfy
r-awnon which I p.td M *>c'>«rg“»
I'j*»» my opening th- pMkaf* I
fn.n l ■ I ig brick. >w which wu
panted a card wliicb re»4: “Tt « i*
the weight v«-ir t legram bftesl
frjoi my heirt.”
F H. TEXT, ( ashler.
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not pr oem »! ipo * tire rep-rt* m^A
to tb« 0 1 kN. but
th« *tory jbt tue.r on i
recent I v t*-l“gr»pi.--d
>■ fr ni knar F.-acewco
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
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