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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1903)
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COUNTY, OREGON, SI i
CENTER aided in c»mf
mother in her la-
HE O R. & N. PROJECT MAY SOO.N ceremonies at th
BE CARRIED OCT.
Adkins, of H ;
attendant« at tin
onfere.ee Expected t. Result In Somelbing
Defluite--H.rriman Lines Give
Dead Chief Stelen.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LAND OFFICERS AT LAKEVIEW MUST
President Gave ia ta Dviegatioa ia Oregon
City Case, But Will Tara The m
Dowa on Brattala.
A Great Fa 111
patch to the in
termoui'tuiii e j
pv. 1-.— nu
I ra ttain, of th,
today that the
read in lai
Calf, the hono
II ar a summary
lead.r of the I
In, la fi
been stolen iron
Calf died in V. a
years of age. In the c
he was the great war
tribe, but when the whi
L nt il th
•er, Rn-( t Mohler, it is ascertained, went to
°« rigf i
ear, lew York to meet Harriman, who
egation to prote-‘ :'r fil
Burna, hwi as just returned
ing of lands o-i tl.< ir rc
) on iff- r
i’ey. hou» fter the operation performed on stockmen.
B on leftrj,
ialf cn/, im for appendicitis.
e bra» .i«-
were placi d in an
»<ler ha •'
ha, crop ¿s
but th summar
xtension would be to permit the
foot agency l uildi .
1 comaijH larriman lines to invade the turn
m each tn
er districts ar.d by a direct east
ward route avoid the present round ]
Indians went to be 11
bout way of backhauling to north
I see that all was well
rn points. It is expected that th
I mains, and t a st ngth( tiie I k
onference between Harriman and
. against a
lohler will result in something déf
| found tin
aite that will interest the northern
open. Si uno c
Sting hi. oliice on
|the body has I
1 by A. \V Machen,
There are a number of O. R. it N'.
' hunters. The
riniti.di1’ i of the
onstruction projects on foot and it]
i the I - - dli .• l)f -
3 thought that Harriman nt thej
I cover the bed,-
charged with hav-
.resent conference will decide wliatl
y lookout for ‘ex
re feasible. The construction of J chief.
having collected a
he Columbia Southern has been
oft ’ from various
»ending since the magnate retired
er or n ’ he, like
o Europe. During^his absence a
40 per cent is not
1 he Unite
omprehensive report on the coun-
rate, Bratt a in’s
ry the contemplated extension horse profit
rould tap has been prepared and
he substance of ^that report was when other ;
abled to Harriman
lit - P
There is hardly any doubt, ac- purposi; , an 1
ording to reports from the same
¡ourse, but what the Columbia profier for us t< con»ide
Southern will eventually be built, wise to do in •• rd
rk Whittlesey, recently dismiss
.nd the northerners are provoked at not be too seri<.
, is another perton who could a
he delay, for they realize that the dustry ns great
e anfold, if he were so disposed.
levelopment of the country has and interesting. A
1 he Oregonian coi r- spondent bas
>een retarded and that another sea
■ii informed repeatedly bv olli-
¡on must elapse before active oper-
who know, that Brattain can
'ft tide itions can be commenced.
t be retained in oflii either with
Those who claim to be on the in-
without the indor-inent of the
hor*- ùde also s.ate that there is a prop- ! and substituti ins r
isition ou foot to run a line from ciated this st. >ck tr
Bellingham Bay to Spokane. Il half. But th,
.hie is done it will mean a great
:ut-off as a short route to Puget
tie, hr Sound.
This road, if built, would
hirst*, >pen up new tereitory and one that
I more than t«
;ould ably support the railway, but
Him i .be fact that it would lie in
mor, . dollars at
i ms. i>‘ »r less direct competition with th,
Treat Northern may have a deterr was at th.
ng effect on its being built.
That there are contemplated im
Mr. and M
provements is evidenced by the fact
.bat over 70 locomotives have been yesterd IV fr<
ordered from the Baltimore Loco brought
motive Works by the Harriman receive ti:
W. H. Cecil's Mother Dead.
A correspondent from Cecil. Ore
Hit FIRST RANK
Report of the condition of the'
A special from San Francisco t<
he Oregonian, says:
1 either- fficial sources it is learned that
larriman has taken up the prop
sition of extending the O II A- N.
ine into Central Oregon and h i -
atimated that this will be his next
tn portant move on the Pacific ,.i=t
'he news leaked out through the
ecent mysterious departure of A
,. Mohler, president of the O. R. A-
T hip; (T»-™
THE HLEASlkE OF EATI
gon, writes the following to th
Mrs Mary Ellen Cecil died at Per*.us
her home on .Willow creek in M '■ dj-.p p- »
row county, Oreg, : Sunday 'ep
tember 6. She war born in Illin -
jn December 2, 11828. While there
vbe was united in marriage to
William Y. Cecil >n decern ber 11,
1847, whose death occured -■. ■
years ago. Soon ifter their mar
riage they moved to Missouri and
in 1862 crossed the plains and
tied on tbe site of the p- - nth i.-
stead on Willow creek.
Mrs Cecil was one of tbe best
known women in tbe state. Lav .
lived with her hu-fai. l n th
“immigrant" trial for >ver 4<I year-
every traveler who cro? - J th
«tale, will rentn her her kin L
face and of baring partaken
always generoo- t «pilality
was the mother t»f nine ch .dr
six of whom Bur-rive her. 1
are, James, ofHp kane. Wash Wm
H. of Burns, Or-■ Vvth.
Winfred, of Cec I. Oregon, Mr-
A Rhea, of He.
r Oreg i a 1
Mrs J. Robisor
of Walla W
Wash. AllirfU. . »»..¡.tJao
with tbeir familie-
W by I
CHARGE OF GRAFT STRONG
at Bum» in the State of Oregon, at the t-lvse ,»t
buslnesa, Sept. 9, 1908.
S 10 IRRIGATION
s and Ditcouut»..
I' s. Bone'» to secure circulation
Premiums on U. 8. Bends
B pemption Fund.
Real Estate, Furniture ami fixtures
•i'j ami tine from Banks
Capital stock paid in
Nn' h al Batik Notes
N. I T ’ARPENTER. C asuib ,
A. C. WELCOME, A sst , C anhirr .
V Mosev I’aid
In ihe State
Xcxt Tea Tears.
’rations. Firms and Individuals Solicited.
WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
lohn l> Daly, Frank R. Coffin. N. Ü. Carpenter, R. J.
C Cummins, H M. Horton, C. A. Haine». Win.
■nty Warrants bony At at tAt mar Ast prist.
l \TE OF OREGON,»
«•I STY or H ARNEY, i •*
I. N. r. t'arpenter, (’ashler of the
anie.t bank, «lo Boh-mnly awcar that th«- n
in'.euieut i» true to the l»v»t of my k •••
N. I’, < ARl’ENTEIt, ( .:
H. M. H orton
J. W. G eary ,
I’tfG ribetl and »worn to before mo this nth
of Se] pt. 1908.
A. W. Gow as
Notary Public for Ort
i and w ill be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
or bold up day or night.
' i mates
c JOHN I» DALY,
P resident .
OF ONTARIO » OREGON •
A Distressing Accident.
'oi ponitioiiH. FirniH and Individuali*
■ d ¡Kill'd.
Little Roy Cowles, the 7-year-olJ of
- in of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cowl,
was caught in the tuinbling'rod of
J W. Hamiltons thrasher yester
day afternoon, while the machine
was i at work i in Ira G. Bove 's
fn 1 I neat town
town, and terribly brui--
e I and beaten up.
a At the hour of
doing to press the little fellow i-
still alive and may ' possibly pull
hrough. He was standing near in
the rod gazing up at . the feeder ami
his clothing in some way caught i,
the rod and be/an winding up.
The machine was
running at full
pi. d. and before one could hnrilli
i alizo it the boy was jerked oil’bi
Tiie rod where he was caught
was about two feet from the groiin I
and he wag whirled rapidly arom.
it, -Diking the ground each time
lie went under. The machine was
stopped just as soon as it Could be
done and the boy torn loose from
I he rod. Dr. Roberts and J. V.
W truer took the lad in charge, set
bis broken left leg and dressed lr
head. It is not known definitely
whether he is hurt much internal!
or not —Long Creek Light.
. |.i| HI RS —John 1>. Daly, William Jones, Frank tt
•bin.-. 1!. F. Olden, M. Alexander, N. IJ. Carpea-
•r. 1'1 II. Test, Thoa. Turnbull.
K II. TENT, (tabler.
•'' ■ y adopted by the
r I im i t following out
■ I ihe irrigation law,
t lie contribution of
• • Xj> luleil within
1 ■ o xi 10 years nod
into the general
ill, of course, to bo
tia, Nevada and
,1 territories badly in
in, but which thinu-
little toward the
I be tola) irrigation
-Hl,(lilted, is ;f lt;,‘J'.t|,-
. 11 1,000,000 In ex-
: .'I- 11 iii fie of the
M . e than half I hi,
mtributed lag. year
first Rational Bank
•r>il Bcinkinq Business Irdnsacted
ilU/IL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. |
1. I lifo iiiaumnre at tho lowed rate» Our pulici«e
’ tin <*<* paynu^itH are made
'i<!< I iiiMtirarin* for the face of the contract.
A pai.i up policy.
< ash Hiirrender value.
I in-xeelled a« a dividend payer.
/ i / g 1 / a ; hkfoke roir iwiik .
The people of Burns preft i a
It. II. Benedict.
II. A. Dillard, Agent
W. R. SCBRte, C«.H„.
a ting Cured.
town clock to a circulating libra:
believing they can have a In
time with the former than v
Ihe Times-Herald complain
that thereHs too much credit t
M. ALEXANDER, V ici -P rbmidknt .
1ST NATIONAL BANK
i nongli, but its different in I. ,
ei n Oregon__ Telegram.
>ER NEW MANAGEMENT
THE GENUINE VS. COI Nil RI 111
Ul’AS. Proprietor. BIJKNH, OREGON.
The genuine ia llw.iye belter
'ounterieit but the truth of
iiuent la never more forcibly r<
or more thoroughly appreci;
:*iri when you compare t H r genn
itta Witch Hazel > dvt> with
tutea that are on the mark* t W
I^<lbetter. of Khrevenport La., f . j
After using nutn«*r**iiN other r**m«
without benefit, one b«>i x of
¡ah Darei Salve enre.i m<*
ri.bleeding, itching and pr-.trini ,
Do rsu>e«ly is ,'|oal to DeU
W Ii Hazel Helve 'old l>> I’or.
c is inter-
lion r D gu
smodatijns for Traveling Men.
I, < ati'd and under thè msnagomelit nf un
The building ha« lH.cn thoroughly reiiovsted
TI . -lining room ih in chnrge of polite, sccohi -
ibi,« are fiir11i h lieti with thè liest.
B ak I n C onnection
nrniture ehoiip.-r than .-ve
thi « town. W>- b.
¡ht mid wilII sell right. Tin
‘ rt in La ce and Muslin
Ledi e®, call and in
you in both
•1 price. Bureaus, Chi fib
dvlyoarda. Iron Beds, and in
ylhing in our line—|
•, ned to the public and tu« desire eur old
<,stornerà to stop tuilh usât the old stand
of Public Patronage Solicit'd
. CAPITAL SALOON,
Il l DONEGAN, Proprietor.