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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1903)
BIRNS, HARNEY COUNTY, ORE(i( • N, S
; > : S
f this city for the c n-truction of ANOTHER RAILROAD COMINO and when the road is conti
irrigation works in Nevada arrived
next season through Prairi i
here yesterday. It will be signed i
Canyon, mine owners,
M. FITZGERALD TAL-.
the local people before the end . COOS BAI ROSEBURG AND SALT LAKE and lumbermen will be a
the week and a few days later
handle their business much i
LINE TO BE BUILT.
they will put a small army of men
expeditiously and at better |
and a lot of teams to work on the |
and a leading meichant from
The contract is the first: To Cross Cascades North of Crater Lake territory said yesterday aftero
Blame on Diteli
b Believes. big job.
One Valley ol
Has Personal Spite
of a number of large irrigation
and Extend Through Lake. Harnev
that with the bumpter Vail, \
canals the Federal authorities will
and Malheur Counties.
operation there seemed to I 1
build for the reclamation of the i
necessity for a paper electric .
uT '! am di ¡. .‘ted to answer, tb it,
The construction of the Coos Bay — Baker City Democrat.
arid wastes in Nevada.
in view of this K i
Messrs Warren, Buckman and R°8eljurg A Salt Lake Railroad
the attitude of Se, t
11 ‘hcock, their associates of the local contract- " est ^roni Marshalfield to Empire,
Cards were received in Hunt,
of the'oppositioi» I
n ,-erves. ing firm are to construct a canal at the entrance of Coos Bay and
of the active sup]
that is given i thirty-two miles long, fifty-three : fro,n Myrtle east to Rosebury and ton this week announcing
to Mr Hitchcock Fv the administra feet wide at the cop, twenty-one thence to 8alt Lake *8 to S° ahead, marriage in Portland on July 1-5
of Dr. Edna E. Bishop of Sp. k
tion,'Oregon mav ‘even go so far as ' feet wide at the bottom and four- 8aF*the Oregonian.
Major Kinney, the projector, has \\ ash., and Charles a North. ■
to send to the next n ition 1 repub teen feet deep. It will be capable
lican convention a d.-l yation that of carrying a volume of 1,400 cubic -just returned from New York ‘t to tor of the Huntington Ilei
will refuse to ■upper! Theodore feet of wate^ a second. The canal Coos Bay with the announcement Mr and Mrs. Northev will i
Roosevelt,” said M iltzG.i Id of will start from a point on the that he has raised the capitol need their home in Huntington—H::!-
Burns, lawyer and republican poli Truckee river about thirty miles ed for the purpose. Surveys have ington Heral.l
tician, today, say- th ■ Portland east of Reno and run eastward been made ill the way through, the
Journal. “Yet one v. old I e sur fourteen miles close to the Central plan being to connect with the
FAIR WEEK SPORT PROGRAM.
prised to hearth'' ; ..
expres | Pacific road, and when near Wads Gould system at Salt Lake.
sions to that effect
worth will run southeasterly to the
First day—Maiden race for 11.i
resh Tsjl Mr. FitzGerald w i n ferring es Carson sink, a level, waterless tle Point to Marshelfield, a distance
county saddle horses that m
pecially to the reject n of Knowles tract about sixty miles in diameter.
for public money, purse $75
for register of the LiGrande land
It is figured that fully 300,000
mile dash, IT. . f. .
acres of agricultural land in the Mar hailiel.l to Empire, where ves all, $100.
Cll 7- ‘ Oregon hasi. si.
i at the Truckee and Carson valleys will be
Second Day—One-quarter in
hand of the secretary f the inte I created by this important work ! ter at half tide. The next seciton
for Harney county sad.
rior,” be said. “It
ui- iubb- The government plans to have set-1 is 60 miles from Myrtle Point to
never run for pub
bed in the snubbin. I tb delega- tiers take this land in 80 or 160 | Roseburg, which follows up the
—~ lion, when J. W. K
- . - i. - acre tracts under homestead claims.
Three-eighth mile dash, fr< for
jected for register
p- pie of | All the water desired is to be sup then g . s through the coast range
Harney, Malheur, G. ■
' Baker plied by the government from the to Roseburg. From that city the
Three-fourth mile heats, 2 in • •
county are utterii
lo;..I protests canal at the rate of $2 per acre an line runs up the north fork of the
against the insult th-.' \.a-offered nually. The proposed reclaimed | Uni] qua river, crossing the Cascade trot or pace, for 2-yoar-old- . ft. ■
to our senator and r
..tatives. district should, in the opinion of range north of Crater Lake, and ex-
Third Day—One-half mile d .
“Y qu will uixi
t the the authorities, easily support a ten.l tliri'ugh Lake, Harney and
free for all, $150.
people in South.
in Oregon population of 55,000.
Three-fourths mile heat, trot I .
are simply furiou- t
About 1,700 men are to be em western corner of Idaho, whence it pace, for horses bred in
!IV=D the present admi:
They ployed at $2.25 a day of ten hours, pas-. s around the end of Salt Lake
are against the for.
policy. and they will be supplied with
I personally am ag i
forest board at the tate of 25 cents a conn.'. t with the Rio Grande West-
Fourth Day—Base ball,
-t westerly of the Gould
reserve policy, but i .m
.port meal. For this work the contract n ili.
City vs, Burns, for cup.
ing it if Carried out
rational ors have taken the name of C. A
V st of the Cascades this line ball, Cat yon City vs. Burns. Pu
h I Warren A- Co.
. ts . lines, believe the p
In digging the
$25. Gun club shoot $50.
.artment are canal there will have t_
°F the finest timber
of the interior
Fifth Day—One-half mile h .
wrs wrong. Furtlferi
tunnels, one 400 feet, one 900 feet 'a l' in Oregon, including the only 2 in 3, free for all, $125
it Mr. Hitch- and one 1,400 feet.
Rop«, belieyc, general 1\
Three-fourths mile heats, trot
v l ich 1
on Coos Bay. This tim-
b eision after!
sock has render.
free to all. $125.
l er i - i re valuable than sugar or
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
decision in favor <
Sixth Day—Three-fourths n.
lions and agaii
dash free for all $150
Liquor license granted to Chas. ' .-I. and doors. The road will find
h in hi- good
They do not havt
Relay race $100.
th common Rigdon to sell liquor in Wild Horse a good timber trade already devel
Day- consolation pur-
precinct for a period of 3 months
Conditions—All the above c\
“I nm firm'v co
are free for all unless other1',
ui hatred for until the said Rigdon filed his bond S ■ th Afri a an 1 Honolulu. In the
Hitchcock has p
In all rac<.-, five t-
in opposing as by law required.
bis state, deligi.
three to start, but '
make for the i Sam Graves appointed road sup
Measures that wen
Association reserves tin- r
> alth, that to ervisor of district 9.
tood of this cornu.
hold a less number than five '
: 1' .fi
Neal McMahon appointed road when it inters the Cascades. In
¡ontinue him in h
by reducing the purse in pro]
at • Oregon's supervisor of district 3 to succeed
olio means to eli
tion to the horses entered All .
■hances for recogi i’ : in any mat Henry Goodlow, resigned.
tries to close at 8 o’clock -harp :
hs authority. | C. Thornburg having resigned as when completed through to Salt
er that comes un
evening before the race Calif i
i lin i on the supervisor of district 1, J. P. Cav
“Back of all bi
tra'l. in lumber and fruit to the nia Jocky Club rules to gov. m
' . mv ! ender was appointed.
>art of Mr. IL
Eastern Oregon being chiefly races, except weights Nil a
en idea of A.
W. E. Alherson appointed super
.pin'on, is the n
level, open country, this part of the horses to carry not les- th .
it of the de- visor of road district 15.
L Green, special
pounds, Troting or paein,'
Marsden <t Geary awarded con line will be cheap to build.
lartment, in who:
will be governed according l.
and upon tract as county physicians for a
daces implicit' f
Troting Asso'-iati. ,■ r
beginning of the o]>ening of south-
year ending Sept. 30, 1904.
The relay race is five tim< - n
C. G. Frye appointed a member
ets without quest:
the track; five horses; chai
r Green re- of
. the county board of road viewers < >a*t t > the California line and
horses each lime around rid
k that, be-
M. L. Lewis appointed constable north to Alsea Bay will gather in
■orted to Mr. Hii
change own rig; saddle and 1.1 >
: Burns precinct.
ause juniper trees •w on certain for
«eperate; saddle cii.chid v.i'.l,
dietrict.they i The clerk ordered to draw his products of the whole coast strip,
inda in the Deech u
go; choice of bits. Entram.
ild be classed warrant in part payment for work .m l biing it to market in Portland
ere not arid, but
ten per cent of purse Money ■
nyone ] osle.l of
i J. T. Barnes on road contract at
• tf I. nly as eetni-arid.
races to be divided a- foie.
ions, knows such
pon Western c
times and such amounts as
First money 70 ]>er cent,
• ■ grows only . the
county judge shall direct. Such
ell that the junip*
30 [>er cent. T in- A-
many of the ; applications should lie approved by by 1 k f communication with the
n arid lands. A
tion reserves the right to ch
.. 'idations of the
atements and r
any of the above races in th' i-v. .
quite as in-
George A Smyth appointed sup by rail, it would experience rapid
Ir. Green have 1
their not filling, also V. | -tj.
ttb inent and development.
of road district 12 to succeed
lligent as that ti
any and all of the program on AO
; irticularly A. T. Clark, deceased.
“We of Oregon
count of inclement weather
-—- ■ f Southeastern I <
Final settlement with F. C. Dib
: >n, have a
•levanee. and we a- not going to ble on his road contract deferred
> print. We until
the work :s examined by the
seitate to zay r
Furniture cheaper than • v<r I
ve reward will be paid to
'e just now kick n. and propose : road master and his report received anyone who finds horses on the fore in this town. We l>-
> keep kicking ur.
•I. E Johnson awarded contracts range ar.d will place them at some right and will sell right 'l l, v>
ares the cabinet
to grade and pul in bridges on parts convenient place where I can get nicest in Lace and Muslin Ct.
>ke highly of of
i the Lawen-Narrowa road and the them, branded as follows:
R E on tains. Ladies, call and ii-p
well. Savage Fenwick land.
Lawen-Narruws left stifle, or figure 5 backwards on We can please you in I < th
for 12498 and Fenwick lane leC
><1 Lippincott, t!
* ‘>f»er head will be paid. and price Bureaus, Chill
he irrigation • l 15*3.
nt out to lo-.k it
Sideboards. Iron Beds, ai.l in
O. O. Dutcher,
* arid lar.ds this
Burna, Oregon II. everything in our line.— Io
“We hope for g
’ cr Valica FxtcasiM «ari.
From J. H Sean card's ranch in
< The I ..
only and Mai
county has Barren A alley, one sorrel race mare
• rinter dent LaW'-rsnce of the
white strip down nose, «• ar on i »o,
uc'ion work on th* Sumpter
n left hip, a
~ Vai ■ extension wa<* in the city
Mt. eerving In
with bar beneath on nghl hip and
i .i a* 1 report'd that work
vented with same on right shoalder.
g rushed a* fast as men
I will pay a suitable reward for in*
y could do it The Hum-
Far Salt <•’
for ata tion as to her whereabouts.
e reacte d before cold
S id A. K kktz .C rd,Oregon.
th> r aeta io and traina will he
g In the new town thia win-
Th- San Frat
at »t'-.-k- ter Thi« nvans that the minea in
Quarteburg and Susanvilk
t- will he able to work to
<''er advantage than ever
th hist'.ry of tbe«e camp«
Ccrporatit. s. i in:;
and Individuals Solicited.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
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•' " 'I h' ' t’ninn li- il M Horton, C. A. Haines. It'ni.
■■■^arranh òong/tt at the ruarket /»rtC9.
or bold up day or night.
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