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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1903)
Hit TOWN 01 HEPPNER DESTROYED
•St BS( It f PTION RATE
.il : MN B V It I»
Thr issue -if The
Jim dd is printed on it* big pow ■
After a delay of about
nine months we have suciceded
in getting the gasoline engine fi .
lures and the machinei i works
well, although not thoroughh ad
justed -<» as to work smooth.
Now that we have power we
vv ill, as soon as necessary supplies
can lie received, get the typeset-
i ing imu liine in onici
Times-Herald will then be thè
best and most modern equipped
pi inling plant in the interior. It
< urne oul m a * empiete new
<li< , tlie necessiti)’ tvpv beili”
■ ili l'.ah in thè olili e.
I In- terrible calamity that visit
ed our si-ti r ( ity of I leppm i
,.i-t Sunday evening is, indeed,
ppilling. The great loss i
ami property at our very
in.mv of the vutiins being
known Io our
gloom (o all \i
li c iitfiil llood
Secretary uf State Diinb.u is
sending out circular letters an-
miiim mg that the Union l ire In
in ance I. ’o. of Cliii ago, is nul
iiillimized or licensed to transact
Im mess in Oregon. It is uli.it
is known as a ‘'wild cat” insurance
iiimpany anil people are w.nmd
Itiiiiglit IhiiriiuKlibred Cattle.
IL R. Silz, of
limight the < npentci <\ Shilling
tlioiuughbiml shott-hormd herd
• *f cattle and they have just been
delivered from Ontario.
herd consists of 60 head and are
a* line as t an lie found in the state.
Mr. Sitz is certainly doing (lie
proper thing in improving his
huk .mil his example should be
l< illiiiv ed by others.
I lie Tillies Herald IS pleased
to mite sm h enterprise. Harney
County slock will average up
with any range cattle in the I .
S.. but there is room for improve
ment. therefore Mr. Sitz is to be
\ llararv Count> Hen.
Not long since the Oregonian
printed II pii tute ofn prize egg laid
bi in Oregmi pullet thill weighed
over 3 ounces, was .'!j inches long
mil measured 2 I - II) inelu'H through
the center, Harney count V lias a
m odili I ion (hilt glH'H this our
“lietter.” 11 is now mi ilisplay at
this otliee ami was laid by a fowl
I . Li.ging to Mrs M Fenwick The
pullet I * a crons ladweeu it Brown
I ■ horn timi Black Minori i The
egg weighs over -I ounces measnre*
inelies around oblong and (I;
armimi the centei.
tdeasc note that Harney counti
Li- the piiz.e egg of the slate
A SPANIARD Ml KHI Kl II
J'l-tice Miller and
lived home yesterday evening from
Andrew« when* they » eut I lie fl r« t
the week to hold an inque-t ,,ver
thr body of a Spaniard by the mum
of Salvador Oliveros, who w i
fmmd Sunday morning elint in -he
lustier Etlw J. Catlow waa on
the -ifiu* holding the inquest U) m » ii
th* ir arrival
The l»odv had !»<» n
hurried luit wa« exhumed U|*»a the
.irn\al ot the dt>rt«>r for further ex
Dr Geary inform«
•Irred man wa« alumt
anti had Itern in that locality only
al*»ut a n.onth. He wtM herding
ing horse« for A Marindn Mini the
Iwdy wan found near a corral at
hi« eamp on the mountain not far
tr-»m Wild home Verr little infor
mation could he had. aw there were
no w itne*
tn th«* tired ai'd the
i« not known Tie* young
reported to have l»»»u v»rv
Los? nf Life *¡11 Rca*h Over Three
dred Relief Train if Wrecked
and four l ives Lost.
SPRING IS HERi
PETITION FílK llyL'iP LICENSK
voters <>f Pi;
court to gr
a jieriod of
I G Holloa
C E Holloa
E I. Holloa
The tow n of H- ppm r. Morrow
Il i I
lunty. wii- almost completely
hod horse v.ere -wep* ana’ on l i't t-'.indav evening
up til. m , tnlaiii amt I i • n eloml tmr-t which swept down
j the hillside ill a wall ■'!•> feet high
in Mi i< r and Dr. and 2is> yards » ide. Reaching the
G- ary left lite eoroner’s jury bail l ottou. ol’ the <■ mvon, the liquid av-
nut finished it* work, as one man, alanch - reared its mighty front
f> mile- away was wanted to give over th dooiir d town, amt carried
to de-truct: n nearly every building
. vid« nee.
\l hil< tle 'e is no direct evidence and human being that lay in its
to impin'.it ■ anvoiie, we nmlerstaml pith, leaving a waste of desolation
there is some very Htrong circum to mark its trail. Tt.e destroying
stantial and tiler" will likely be torrent raced down the narrow
•orge of Willow Creek, inundating
some arrest* made.
as it reached them tiie settlements
■ t Lexington, Ione and Douglas.
Do You Enjoy What You Eat?
Behind it lav nearly’ 2<k) dead,
It you don’t your food dof-n n«»l ilo drowned like rat* in a trap. The
you much good
Kodol DyHppjria -inlib nne-- of the eataS'rophe gave
1‘iir' i* thr remedy that everyone the victim* mi warning, overwhel
-houhl take when there is anything ming them for the main part as
wrong with the -tomach. ! here is
Job printing The Times Herald
no way to maintain the health ami they sat nithin their homes.
I.‘'.-lie Matlock, a young mat,
strength of mind and body except
by nourishment. There ia no wav there, n.as the hero of the day. NOTH E FOR PI BLICATION.
to nourish except through the Will'll the flood lit t eatlie he
IMI Eli 81
stomaeh The stomach must be mount, d a horse ami r , ie at break
kept healthy, pure and sweet or the
ti< lu/th will let down and disease neck *peed down tin' cany ni III
will set up. No appetite, loss of front ofthe rushing waters to noti
strength, nervousness, headache, fy the people of Lexington, a «mall
\ rille! .
• m fipatioii, hud Breath, zour ran- town t.inc mil, - below, lb- had to flitrit-
. ■ ,.| or« ”.«.
«lay til««l in
tliìP -Itti- *I* lu». KWtirn st
itigs. liftimj. indigent ion, dyspepsia
m \o. 1 i. for Hu
go over a rough ami stony road purrliMF- «.! t
ami .ill stmmich troubles are quick
. . ! U M . ait-l
ly enrol l»y the use of Kodol Dys IB- arrived at Lexington just a fen util oil- r ■ di ' t f«»r iu t >v t lint • ih«-
•t ► «»n«- fittiti for
pepsia ('ore Sold by Burns Drug minuter ahead of the II.... I The M/rl< nil h itn ,.ir|M>e<i». an-
lU.i iH’f ore Tilt K . lKi- r nini H-
l* op|e were warned and immediate- - • i\i r ■>!
Hit - H’ Biinu . ort-Roii. •
• ’ -l»ty •»( June, i •«
left fm the hillsides, not having If Dull 1- *
Aitll- -►• K :
\ '■, t»f b’tnith. > >rv
II 1U.-H -ItVll ll»«t '
time to take anything with them. ti«»II ItU-l B- : l - ttlill Ct! ime r I f Ainlr- tb. orcKoii
ADDIIIONAl. I OLAI S.
(I. tK-.I.K «‘I h I l ihm a«h«TM*h o-.
Every person escaped. Init when h I h » v »• »It M-rib. i Inn-1In are repeated io Hie
Th. ir i Ini
■on .»r 1« tore aui«l .".«th
th" llom) h id passed only -wo
W m F arrk . Kciftoter.
lium i'8 were standing,
I lie daily paper* have been filled
G. Grillili was a business visitor
with Jescriptiuii* of the horror ami NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
from Narrows Yesterilay.
Many bodies have
I II Neal was in from Cord a been recovered and hurried, some of
cmipli of days this week
whom Could not be identified—es- ■ with the |*r<- .
I hiiwi<*. ■nHlIeil ■ VU
I bii 'I e in lie sihi .- i
Thus Bain ami wife were in the | pecially children—there being 2(1 I i thnb«*r
m <» u , N« \ h <I h .. .1 » a»lm
babies among the list unidentified. tended to nil the e Public ¡.n
city ycHterday from Harney.
| \HMIlNt I, I
E*i Min J
One relief train whieh leit Pei - i count v of' n . -Title of 1
Rollimi Hankins Jr. was in t)ie
illeton for the terrible scene went f-»r the purcha-c • -.1 thr
i l • f > E' 4 • I f ' l ■ ' 11 ri
I So. •»
city Thursday from Happy valley.
through a bridge ami four men lost I itniige N - .11 W M
>llou » IlH t 1.1-
Dnin Hay link« large ami small their lives. The part of the train | ila limiter - r »to
tool i.. • -
in stock now. Price* ami terms tn that had crossed the bridge pro I before the L-
• nt Bur hk . on .■•••
suit the times. Geer A Cummins ceeded on after the accident.
i lune, i'.HKJ.
lie nnni- n hm m
A letter to thi* office from J. II. Ritej, Or., il I .
E. (>. Jackson is Hick at (¡co.
[ Allen and Jo»vp T Un
\n> n«i«l ni 1 i<
Stane.lift's home above town, suff Anib rson. dated at Heppner the | alMive-dtx-
ril. I latida
iheir rlainiM it
ering from what uppeiirH to bo I Hitli states that it is not in the
glisli language to describe thi
i rihle scenes that confront the
Scott Hayes was in the city y es
t< rdav ami reports ilia step-son,
i tie, horses nmi human being, s arc
Harry Buck, as being up again
found hurried together 15 and 2(1
after quite a sever« attack of sear-
leet under debris, (lie body was
touml It.', mile« below Heppner.
Mrs Perry Chamller and little
Relief trams were immediately
oh uf John l)ay, aceoinpanied Dr. ..«ent from Portland.
Br.m ntmi iiver yesterday and will Pet dletoii ami Walla Walla It
spend i fi w ueek witli her sister, »i.l t ike many days to «dear away
Mrs \\ m Earre.
the pile* of wreckage ami ascertain
Next S.iturduv evening (he Geor- tile exact number ofthe dead. At
gia Harper Co., »ill open their en- At this time reports contlct a,.d il
: igement in this city People of, i* impossible to give a correct list.
tills sei t'oii are anxious to see this
troup a * they are the lm.*t theatrical
NOTICE EOI: B i D^
trnllp ever to visit the interior.
fin - long - iijoyc-l the enviable
v i utatmi of handling the very
I,,..i .Lugs, meilicines. toilet
artn .. -. i*amlie*. nuts, cigars,
tobai-i - pi-rfum' and every
thing usually carried by a first
class drug store. And also for 4
selling at a reasonable profit. 4
Your Doctor'* prescriptions 4
compounded with the most 4
exactmg care, by -killlul phar
macists <>f long experience
Your subscription taken for
.ny p. tioilical published.
t n furnish you with any
musical instrument from a
,h wsharp to a Piano.
Don't forget to call when in
the city whether you wish to
purchase anything in our line
or not. You tire always wel
; Spring Goods Arri>
■? H. M. HORTON, Propt.
We would be most happy to show our friends
our goods and quote prices. Our stock is l^ing g*‘
almost daily with new, fresh goods. Out grw,.^
best. We can fill your spring order in al) ]jnM "?»
list and see what we can do.
Do von Need?
Oliver Chilled Plows, Oliver Steel Plows,
Sulky Plows, Canton Walking and Sulky Pjc.
Island Plows of all kinds.
Sup ; ion Disc Drills—prize utinners.
Disc Harrotus, Cultivators and Garde
Planet Jn. Seeders, Cultiva
P JUST WHAT YOU WANT
I tiike pleasure iu announc
ing to the people of this sec
tion th.it I have a new line of
Spring anr! Slitnmcr 1/JoolcilI,
ri plete with artistic designs,
latest » in* and most
b ..utiful colorings. Our <Sc-
Icctions; the tasty and subdu
ed elli i ts so popular with care
ful dressers. Our OficctaHies;
llltl t styles and perfeel tit;
I i-t workmanship and finest
quality at lowest prices
cmiy call soh'citcet.
I RIEDRICH, THE TAILOR.
We buy these goods by the car load anil maktf
to suit the times. Please call and examine •
even if you do not desire to buy, as we haven-
good things to show you. We will soon haver
GEER & CUMMINS. Burnii
Em ti E isk , Proprietor.
’ . >A"/<
ll.rji f'l.-l hl . u
■ au.l . ..lì' il.. <f x/uirr «/ the iHttnimiye
MR ( I TTING, SHAVING.
NEAT BATH ROOM
MILLER & THOMPSO
They will Live something to nay next week
f-ria* ft <nul fit In (lute.
The best piace io trade in Eastern Oregon
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STAI
LEWIS <t DIBBLE, Propts.
Notino i* herebv given tliat sealed
l een used in this county for l 'i bid* will be rei eived unti! I liurs-
years nml some of the oldest ones duv. Ju'v 2. ItMI.:, at 2 o’cloek I’
are still in use doing ns good work M . nt whieb timo said bilie »ili Ile
ns anV new Machines
Full line of npeiied and considereil by thè
exliaslor the-e niachiiie* always , Court, for thè completion of thè
work oli thè Liimpshire Lane road,
on hand < iei r >(• ('ummins.
according to tlie speciticatiiiiis now
Geo Ihinsmore arriyeil frolli thè
on file in thè olliee of thè Connii
l'.i-t la«l Saturdny evening where
The Court reserves thè
he li lai been calli <1 some lime ago
righi to rejeet i.ny ami all liiilii.
to tlie siekbeil of bis imither. He
Dnted this l 'tth day of J uii - llHi:t
reporta thè lady itnproving, bui imi
E S lìieder. Countv Clerk
yel fullv recovered George was
Iti \\ (' MvKinm v, Deinitv
nci’oin pani ed hoine
Orrmi, <f Mimi, ami Invili have
Mr and Mrs. Anderson I. Hunt
girne lo thè Mckinuev saw null to
er, who rei'enllv moved over to
w<>rk ibis «uimner.
Bend from Burns, thi* week gut a
Mr*. Il E Tompson arrived lot niton on the tint where tin Owl’*
Imi,... Mondai evi llillR from Port- Riwist waa sitmitoil am) enclosed a
laud where she attended the O. E. ca-v collage which they will <
S Grand Lodge
Die ladv hast- this summer. — Ben.l Bn let in
em I home mi account of the illiv
If votl want to show
of I,, r hU'Liu i
'1rs ('. Il Voci
' In the Iwst advantagi
imi 'Ir- \ \t Gowan have a
| clothes made right hen
I h 'n.' Mra Marsden
I rich’s, the Tailor
vi ting in Canyon t'iti and M
Cushing stopp'd at
visit a sister.
O- ii . i rm Mowers ami R ike- h.iv
\V N Jorgeneon clo^t tl up
pl.wc of biHinni* and took hi.« de
parture thi* morning tor t husgo,
where he go» a to ron«uH «|*rialiet?«
in regard to hi« leg which ha« given
him much psin for the pi-*! it
or four years Air. Jorgenson
been in bUfBiitenn here for tn
yearn and hi« friend« hope the
can t*e cured without amputat
However, i* it i« neer««ari
hare it taken otT Should
tlw* phv<t< ian« in Uhicig«’
to treat tom
Special allenti1! ■
to iranscient ciuti* and
Our P < ; are Positively the Low
est. Our Stocks New and Fresh
and Complete to ?
tail. Some of our Leaders are
John Deere Piows
Big 4 Mowers
Harvesters & Binders
’’ridge & Beach Steel
Ranges and Cook Stove
WaniR G iin 6c Glidden Barb Wire
i lacks ai'd Buggies
Disc Harrows. Sulky Plows
Horses kept by b -
meek or in on th.
Your patronage «'I
South Main St
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLE
trt.ml. Ill,- H'oph'of East and Central Oregon nil II.......
|H-' • 1
.. ............. I »liege. It la n ''ome imtitnti»«H
every eonrse mvolveil in Business Colle«!- work
Ita ratea a»1*
a- elinrired ehew here and tin* nietluxU are the Mine. .Htu leaU *
at any time. luMruetion nt the College or bv mail. PiiriM*^
n onths fho College vvi’.l conduct a
N ormal S chool
’e.b er< and others who dosiro a reviewing or preptrtt0^
b--f -piH ¡mens of .ten work, and full informnlinn on Bnsinerttflft
Get our prices before buying
W e have no ol d ^lock to wort
art' new and
» 11« I
He’s not a?"
some of those gf***
Malheur \¡ rcanlilt
tn the line of
Fruit, Fred and
t .1 ? ! u ti by
Vx.W. E. HUSTO