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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1903)
BURNS, HARNEA COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE jo, 1903.
anxious gentlcmer w!
Strength ami vigor come of g.... !
outside the privy council will have food, duly digest.al.
¡to-we.it all over again. The i> .....
feady-to serve wheat mid barley
RAILROAD PROMOTER CALLED EAST . grei-iottal delegation didn’t shake food, adds no burden, Imt sustains,
(the tree at all; only received a heat) nourishes, invigorates.
■of applications and placed them on
1 urniture cheaper than ever be
tile, without saying a word aboht
this town \V
Will Visit Harney County tpun His Return them except |>cihaps to talk them right ami will sell right. The ven
-»Engineers to Hush Survey on
, nicest in Luce and Muslin Cur
to This Place.
Public interest in the council was tains. Ladies, call and inspect.
intense. The cerebral batteries on
The following letter has been (]),,'(,were all highly charged We can ph ase you in belli style
received by the Board of Trade of i i w ith expectancy. Several of the and price. Bureaus, <’hilbmiej's.
this city.’ It
. ......... ...... . | be(it ,U1(| meetegt a8piranu were in Sideboards. Iron Beds, and in fuel
everything in our line.— Burns
encouraging and shows that Major i
the city, and they made their legs l’’urniture Co.
Bonta means business. The un wrv tired walking impatiently up
avoidable postponement of his and down the hard « pavements.
Kodel Gives Strength.
visit will not materially interfere
Really tliev perspired, even though by i nabling the digestive organs to
with tile work, as it will he seen lie
th" day was coo). But nobody will digest, assimilate and transfoim all
has instructed his < ngini i rs to
¡h|, .rjf [.¡H inheritance—not vet
, of the wholesome food that may be
keep right on with the survey to awhile
eaten into the kind of blood that
That paper gives the following
This will no doubt set the skep- Hi t of applicants for the receiver nourishes the nerves, feeds the
tissues, hardens the muscles and
iic.il al rest
Umnov Valley is to ship . f the Burns land office:
recuperates the organs of the entire
have a railroad. Following is
Charles Newell, present incum hixlv. Kinhil Dyspepsia Cure cures
Ontario, and is registered at the
Major Bonta’s letter:
bent; Harrison Kelly, Burns; J J.
“Keep an eye on Harney Valley,”
r Imperial. He has been a resident
“Dear Sir:—Since my return to Donnegan, Burns; Sam R Stott. Indigestion. Dyspepsia, Catarrh of
L. Marsden, a
for the past 21 years of Eastern
Baker from Prairie City, where I ¡Sumpter; O. H. Byland, Vale; C the Stomach and all stomach dis
physician of Burns. “It’s going to
orders. Sold by Burns Druggists
Oregon, and opresses an unlimit
met so many representative gentle
be one of the biggest productive
E. Kenyon. Burns; Dan J. I.everv,
ed amount of confidence in the re-
men from Burns. John Day et Can-1
areas in thestate when the Govern
Fait ; A. W li'iwan, Burin; and A
sourpes of the. southeastern portion
yon City, 1 find n.y business inter
ment irrigation project is carried
N. Soliss, Ontario.
of the State.
ests multiplying so fast, mid the
Government surveyors are
s'i. J In an interview yesterday he
I demands on my time hourly crowd
Services at Christian Science
now in Silvies Valley, where a dam
Range Wars oil 1 lie Wane.
stated that the prospects are good
ing me io hard, that I shall be un-
every Sunday at 1 1 a in and
is to lie built to collect the waters
for the (iovernmenl’s early aid in
■Jde to make th.' desired visit to |
Service W ednesday even
1 solving the irrigation problem in of Silvies River into a lake reser Burns before going East
I shall 1 William Hanley, a stockman
ings at S. Subject fur Sunday,
voir. Silvies Valley is about 20!
1M Harney and Malheur counties
however make .t a point iiunieili- 1 ihirnn, thinks rangi wars are on
•1 mio 21, “Is the I'11 ¡verso, including
mills north of Burns, and is alumt
‘ According io preliminary sur-
ately on my return to pay vou the "am . says the Portland Oregonian. Mm, evolved by Atomic Force.”
.”>00 feet above the elevation of Har
lh!i‘ veys that have been made by com
visit believing that our I'ommon1 T don't think there will be much
ney Valley. It is n m. st admirable i
Rev. A J. Irwin will preach at
iaiJieu<.M petent fcngiheeis,” sail Mr. Mill r,
intere t will prove the eld maxim
-•ra-'vi-ttj “it is evident that the bead waters site for a reservoir, and will store , true, \\ here there is a will theie is ' 1 " V"'1 ” “ '1 opin' n are cipning llarnev the .’ml Sunday of each
h .., i .3
ill» for irrigation water which now
monili at II 11. m. and 7:“0 p. in.
| to recogniz ■ th<* lights of stoil: men.”
rk ii: 1’ S of the north fork of the Malheur drains off into Malheur Lake, and always a way.’
Sabbath school 1 ry
River can be drained inti Silvies
“I feel that Lean as-u.i you now *'• ■ Hanley thinks a system of
there glitters in the hot Summer
VHTifir. jg Valley in Harney County, 'ibis
(your friends assisting) tlml the j tnx.iti..,i should bo enacted win rc-
■T’C. t valley is about IS mills long and sun to the thirst and exasperation
Sunday school nt llarni’V the
Electric Railway will Im in your by . le i p may Ilf taxed by the
¡t in <’ b ,:U|
1 of the surrounding country Har
county into which they are driven first Sunday of each month al H1
ney Valley is tin by 4<> miles in ex
o’clock a m. On the second, third
width. It is so level that a moder
city being geographically t I m * cen for Fiimm r range
tent. Tt is the I .-t hay producing
and fourth Sunday of each month
ate sized dam at it- lower end will
ter, wit bin the i" Xteighteen ui" Alls,
area in the Northwest. It is sure
nt .“> o’clock p hi
m erck!] “In the dry season the early to become a great grain produe engineers tn drive on with the sur owner may therefore pay taxes
vice « very second Sunday at 8 p m.
' 111 i
ing country. Yields of (>0 to (¡5
two coríntica the same year, The 1 At the Presbyterian church
spring Water which could be stored
if a»;ti r|
Lbushels of wheat per acre are
vey from here to Prairie City is state ta <, however, would not be Burns, Rev. A .I. Irwin pastor
? on rio ■ in it would be serviceable in irriga
*»l-vl ting-the large amount of lands bor not uncommon there. This valley l complete.
doubled, > that I " li ve tim ays- Di vine services the third and fourth
would he constitutional. It
I is Sundays of each month at 11 11. in.
dering the lower part if Silvies lies directly in the ’route of the
“1 hope you will consider the
lirmil - ifi River, and pas-ing later from these next railroad through Oregon.”
work I ha vi on hand, and the iim-! ‘ lnP T’' '' 111 aiitori.ia with good and 7:30 p. in. Sabbath school nt
jtrf , 71 nrl
11! u! .J lands it would be collected in Mai-
iteil time allowed me this year to result*. It cannot be denied that I't a. m. every Sabbath morning
Tom Allen, Sheriff of Hartley
accomplished it, a sutlici i t excuse the ¡»ICH»Jit method of tax itimi is
Preaching services at the Baptiwt
• ■'e: Eli t fl the south fork of the Malheur River i county, is mnoiig tiie arrivals at for hesitating at this time to make <*xe» < »l’iigly im «piitaMe.”
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
for Loin the fertile valleys through Imperial. “The hope of on." regim,” this seven days trip. ’
morning and evening Sunday
cS. U- J
saiil lie y. -terday. “lies in irrigation
lllk. I which it passes.
II» nrv Blackwell arrived in the school evi ry Sunday at 1 I a. m.
AThil iii J
r:e, ti .tl “Mr. Whistler, mie i>f thè cogi
interested mv highest K'gards, I eS v ThtirMlny Irmn II iri. v cmintv, prayer meeting every Thursday
roads. If tl “ land is irrigated tie'
v In 1 e he recently purdiirtd G(M> evening.
f- survey, »aye th mt thè project is en
hen i of cattle for \11g11 I delivery,
“Firn on ly yours,
lirely practical. lf thè inen who Government surveyors m ¡t w i
He ay s there will not he over half
“J \\ . Bovi a
rumeni ' on mi iri igntion project in Harin
ci ip of hay in Harney county 3 -•«••• c
■ 8.2B i M.)J
j county today, mid upon tin ir repm l
tin . year. Huntington ll<rdd.
Mdfl tßS there now arrive at the -am con-
Ml PIE Cl Í VI T.
■i Spriro.® elusion it is probable that the thing
a.tteCBOfl will materialize at no distant time,
hoi iti '
Jll pi'.'-. and if it does it will hem lit that
congressional delegation held in
All Indies mid children who can-
S7.-,r,'« |«irtion of the State more than an',
v h L'i'Affl one unfamiliar with th" cmditiuii’. Junius Brutus Booth, the actor Portland last Saturday afternoon cnniiol slnnil the Lucking strain
t'ioudv dn- preferred for
the numerous applicationr for fed of laxative syrups, cathartics, < tc .
Photos fiu- a
i dia ir...', «a there can realize.”
oral plums were coiisi.lert d.
are invited to try the famuli Utile
? in ttdfl The Judge said further that it the assassin of President Lincoln,
isliiil iise.iru.in and platinum
It had been r'ported in tho Ore Early Risers They are different
e«. R f-i would be practical to form a series l. is fully identified the remains <¡1
gonian that the <b legation would from all other pills, They do not
i brille!- ■ of reservoirs through the Malli ur th ■ man known as David < i • merge, decide on the melt to have the jobs
I n- tantmieum pro< css use
purge the system. Even a double
as his uncle.
it i» 4 C.enyati, but as the expense would
iyclv. I irsl chi work
u rUL.-^ be great thev could only I '- made
t.eorpe H. Booth .'omn.itted sui
and satisfaction gmirm.b i it
■r. Iffi giMi bv imliewal aid. An excellent site cide January 14. Hull, and in his
was taken. The conference last, d East Pill W II II .w II. Il.m-lon,
H’. »nit'fiw for one of tie -e is at the Harper eifects was found a letter ilireete.l all the afternoon and anxious nppli- l ex , T< x., says nothing I h -IU r ran
ranch, which emb • It s a vallee to J. L Hates, of Memphis, Tenn . tints that li:ipp.'m<"l to be in that
he 11 ■ <i for coil-lipition, si' k in ad
. hofit».«SM seven niihs long mid t ■. > or three Mr Booth c.inie lore mid fully
Ii-itv are de ril.< 1 as having w >rn ln In , et
Bob M..ire, I. fiytte,
lf rn!p «” ___________
< > !.’< )HH.M \ X X .-
miles wide. \\ le n tie snow melts identified tlm I ody of John it ■ .kes the sid. walk- out. The ik conian
111J , ¡ ays all others gripe ami sink-
P VIENT H RUING RING__ j
in thè early f spring an enormous n-
I’ll, while DelVit’s Little barlv
water tin»» aw n from | has obtain, d a p" ittve i.|. ntilicn-
mollili of w
Nothing .Iropp i from tit
E.d- It:rs do their work tv II and 1.1 v i'I'HE most important imprnvi-
the higher mountains, mi l it' Imt a tiun <>f the remain from the d< ;’.»! < rai p uiii tree q-terd y, and the
Sahl bv Burn- Druggi-ts
part of this could be retained till man’s nephew aim from Josepl
¡ |M*nm:insliip mak< • the poor writer
■linai* W summer a |a-t ¡unmii t of land now Jefferson, Miss Clara Morris, and a
i plendid junmmi in a I* v wili
riA > >■
,,n n^’i^H 'overgrown witii - igebiush could be -core of others who kin w him in
n'. the us- of this ling
En hii ’ d
i. nr nnim iit t oll* '.'»' Pn mli iili-
hi’ early d ive
■i'.'t Boards ofE'lm'ini'm m E ir'.jw
Aeeor.ling to Mr Bontt’s -t.iry
Malhedr m.d H trn* y Counti'
i imi America. Sample i'<>Z' n s>-
are aiukoat identicu! in tn r inter- lie act. d ns Booth
s r*• -1 siz -ent ¡ i -1 p in* fer ‘ i JH1
. F.briJsl I’ts. . Eavll iia-exe-p'l" . .III «'»• i I agent mid mt<>rn< v for i
-ii gl ■ sample 2A''*
M Is » -rd» ring
h art ” |
years. After Liprnln »1«
i ’in"'" ring. Mat' «’ni' -r for m i .
lilllW ugrirulturai and stwkr li-ing re
v. mi i .*•• child
s.mriico. thin h the d •' • >pment if MS*<awMÌf> r’Ca|w*l to tlm i >:irr»i>
J. alidi-e *1 the former in Instrv in each is yet ni intalion in Virgin, i». A.Cm ling
Pi NN MKi. SI PPL Y CO.
.i IIS . Feartk Ir. .1 I'ltil U>l I Htlll
In earlier times ti.* to Mr I> it» • I!»*• ni.» ii w ho •».. - k i! I -
s«?f. btr< 41 in its infill
large caltl........npanies, such a’ the war* named II vidy
Lux »t .hlilli r I impani. h i ’ tin- ed. B-‘th left (¡air. tt
of bv friends
limited*' - to tlm rang ' bill of
iatc years mtti-r- h ive
KODOL digiti what you eat
. ■». Tvs .
mg theta 1» the wai, Tier i
a flor»’ f.
iigr taking place and
and sweeten, Ibe stomach.
advanced -iviliz ilion ta iicceeding
cure, Indigestion dyspepsia. and
stomach and bo vel troubles.
Mfi'Uti decline ,.f the cowl'
the action of the ¡ru-
KODOL tric glands and
g. /ea tone to me
■ n< li'-rrd for
pr«io*l th rest f Gw St te i.- I
dges Cve organ.
fining to • alize that S"iithe.iM«'rn N VS’ •. 1 f Se
Orvg'Wi 1« < other
,■ —— ->< a> nervous rrain fives to
and sep«' .to fnm
.es the ner/jus a/stern ai»d
raising A id n
fe* j. • :e brain.
*t; * * *’*•!r- - 4. ‘ e * 9fli
. rr i* r-f so rr.ar.y t:
promisi ' country
» d *«a* peof. e stror.f by ftvtfkf to their
“Aht* i d Mr
toi --a : J fe ’ ur shmeDt that is -^n-
tauined in the f»d they eat.
try ¡a *<
B/ 1 -
X. >0 3 -
M m whiob »»I-« t v SOc
InwS Ml, H t. I. ktUITT < Cd.. CUnslA
Brims Drug ■
the irrigation capacity et.larged,
and it needs a railroad to bring it
and its products in direct contact
1ARNF.Y ANI) MAl.HEl R COUNTIES CRY with the outside world. It will
take time to accomplish all this,
but the wealth is there awaiting to
be captured bv the people who are
Jorps ui Esgineers Now at Work Ascertain* willing to seek it.
“Its one great disadvantage has
¡■t Practicability of Eslabiibliing
Vast Stern » Reservoir.
been its lack of transportation fac
ilities. There lias yet been no use
of producing anything beyond that
Eastern Oreg <1 delegates win
which is needed for local consump
‘ were in Po rtland to attend the Ma
tion, with the exception of livestock,
sonic Grand lodge have been shout
c for it could not be disposed of. Of
ing for recognition m the way ot
course, there is a little portion of
Malheur County that is touched by
Several IftlTeibeen interviewed bv I
the Oregon Short Line, and this
the Oregonian and all have made
gives, as it were, a sort of an outlet,
,t it a point to put our irrigation pro-
but not until the road now partly
> iecAs to the front. Here’s what
constructed up the Mnlhetir River
«■i. i, Judge William Miller, District is completed and in operation, will
that part of Oregon be fully appri-
Attorney for hhe Ninth Judicial
by the rest of the state.”
^'¿■■ ¡District of Oregon, is here from
\ ISi r
Cur Prices on
We can Save You Ploney
Our Price on
Can’t be Beat.
A large stock of Black Leaf
Sheep Dip Always on Hand
Gei our Price on Barb Wire
We positively guarantee that
we can and will supply gro
ceries cheaper than any one
C regi> n Po r w< t rd 111 £ Co
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
MR- A JORDAN, Propri, lor. Iti RN .OREGON
Special Accommodatijns for Traveling Men.
This hotel i- cen'rallv b eiiled and limb r tlm mamii’eiiici t of an
Thu I »i iiI<1 ii»«* In I •■» n thoroughly renovated
Tin »lilting h ititi i it; » hnrgo of polite, ricconi-
mid is well fumislie.l
Tlie t:ihh-» jir«1 f’irni h» «I with the l»»i-t.
B ai ; I n C onnection .
b 1KST Cl.Al
JollN l> DALY. I’m -
I It \NK It. < .iKEIN, Vi<. I’m.-
First National Bank
or* b < <« ', o ' cox
lamini: oí .orpoi
linn- ;tnd Ii i .ititinal- Solicited.
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