The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, November 08, 1903, Image 2

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SATURDAY
Ml* ER
HUlibCKlPT1ON KATE.«
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Oue Year
Hix Munth«
Three Mouthii
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.71.
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f other of-
JOE WOOLEY JUMPED UPON
I (ices.
Bates, republi­
can, elected governor.
K!. de I ■ .al Democrats re­
cket Governor Garvin.
Kent in ky
Bei kham, demo-
crai, I, cteil governor.
M an*«er
i KCin CUI PI DOIWÌS.
Several subscribers of TT b
■ I of the criminal
v<
Times- He
* ive in tbe
ii
■
ik and .Milain has
southern pmt i tin- county hav.
. I in the circuit
Irceli a.iompl
been Ini'
1
This case was
attending , miri. \S e find tfiat court this «
morning and
called
last
M
they do IK>' y t then mail legular-
was not giv 1 to the jury until
ly and ask " - to find tb< cause .
al. ui 11 <1 k Thursday night
it i« not only tin« paj 1. but other 1
T la lie e
of S week vs Spar­
mail matter that got astray.
r
is I.' ing 11' ard before a jury.
We are
.itisfied the trcuble l -.iimi. .■
toe proceedings:
does not lie in the distributing
E<jl I TV.
office in Burn«, a« there is seldom
Ii iii M : I. 1 v- I red Allen, in-
if any complain's made lien; or at
. .
Hal live injunc­
oline.« m tl. imim diate vicinity.
tion.
Tbe Timi Herald ■. ouid like to
I1 ■ Ji..,«
II M Horton,
help the p. pii- of the isolated paridi.>11 i f t :.l «state. Dem to
section in the -'juthcrn part of the o. 1 r
1
.nnt; answer filed;
county to •
no : tier mad ser­ in , ... t<, ■
. t parts ofthede-
vice, h. lici.i
hi v iliserve it. ft-i. 1. nt
1.- ■.
argued and over-
Carole. p
:. r ■ aril «I age ruled.
drivci « should be repot ted ami
< III.Mi.SA I..
either be u. d< 1 ■, do tin ir work
Stat. \ K E. Clark and Job n
properly or I..- c .barged. Peo­
I. Mil.iii
.hi. horses. Jury re­
pie want theii ni til handled by
in; 1
: 1 ' 1 guilty as charged.
hands and delivered
careful
-'•lling li-
promptly
The Times-Herald pi
ip
Pleads guilty
will investigate the present las
I
eie I ' 1 pay a line of $2’X)
ch to wrv« 100
methods and tri to limi where I in def 1
the fault In '
days in jaiI
Io.
I 1 awford, same
State
| charge Nui a true bill.
A gentleman whose business
State i- T o Murray—not a true
brings him to limns frequently
bill.
and who has been here at inter­
I McDevitt, larceny
State
vals for the past ten or twelve from a
Pleads guilty.
years, remai ked in the presence Sentenced later.
of T’he Tim< II 1 aid man the
. md J Hin-
oilier day that In had never seen
W. J. Si-s in
a plain impiove more rapid than
not guilty. No
t foi
h" iring of this case
this. lie said: “Your people ti..
ill ' k -ly b - continued un­
have improve'
an city advanc­ and :
ed and the iimnlry i 1 general im­ til next term.
proved. The people seem to
COLATI' COURT.
think mole of themselves, their
society and tin ir Iamilies
Von
1 I n d to have the
have a good i. wn, nice accom­
Windy Point clean­
modating, intelligent businessmen,
ed
'
' >n shape for use of
bright i lean ami in lest children.”
ml an iron rail tie
place.I
in.1 t to protect from
The L S. grand jui \ has made stock
Q. th
ind .1 illars reward of
its lilial report Io Judge Bellinger
and has been diet barged. The f 1 .1 1 .r 1 • delivery of the mur-
session lasted 11 days during d ■' f« . .lore Olivera to the
sheriff of this county.
which tunc K> ia e were looked
md I S. Geer ap-
into, So witn< ses examined and
1 1 ' I 1 «I.
't"s to the trriga-
15 bills of indictment o tinned.
I .•' Pendleton and
+'2 in appropriated for their ex-
Artesian water has been found penses.
in Gi anile l<. • . Ii• v !< \ at a <1 p:h
In th. m ilter of the reward for
. r r • -1 > I 1 lai rv Egbert, the
of 200 feet. It is a good flow tl
I t ■ draw his war­
and lias soiled the problem oí
in
payment thereof.
irrigation in that sei lion.
\\ D I.
. .ranted permission
t
a 'i '
'. phone lines along
The theft of $ 1 50 from a nen s- th
'lint 1
1«
I his to not pre­
p.iper otlice at Oregon L’rty is vent otli r ■ ’ opanies or persons
proof positive of unprecedented
lines and provides
ami uncipi dcil pi « «pei iti in Ore­ th.11 poll" -li .11 not be set so as to
gon
’Fl'll „1 Illi.
1I1 !' public highway.
Morton and three
childr. n taken as ounty charges.
TUSDAV S ELECTIONS
It .1'] 1
that Mrs Morton can
lu
ll.
In
.1'
furnished suitable
T he ic-ulf el the slate ami mu­
r< .
tie .lud.'' authorized to
nicipal elei
ns held last lTic«d.n
tarter* and sup-
has not b. in reieived here com­
pi ' ■ 1
pr .vi«:eiis, provided it
plete. Enough is known id the
can 1"' 'I 1
P>r less expense than
moie important plains to make it under thi present contract.
sure of the I. low mg :
tieoige M, < 1< I nd. democrat,
I HE ATmVHON CONGRESS.
defeateil M \ a Eoa foi re-elei
tion by a plmahti of <>3,017.
I. 8. G
Senator <iowan. N.
.d J M. Dalton left
Compii l'l’.i I 1 iw ai d M < il out ( ; 1 '
: \ .1 mi 08 City
and t'hailcs \ . I am s. president
f
I'.
1
'
t
•
ittend the meet-
of the b> aid of aitici men, 1 mining
Iri . ition Associa-
for re-election on the democratic
.1 in that city
til ket, tick .lit d then filo >11 oppo
1 nt n
11
Wm Farre left
nents bi cicli lai gei pluralities.
tl ,s ....
11 1 Ontario bound on
Demon at* . ceti d all their candi­
m. 11 :
11
Dalton Biggs
dati s exi t pt m om borough.
a . I Dr Mai-bn who were also
Nt
I
llames, republican,
supieme judge
<>v< 1 Sullivan,
denioii.it; tern.mulct republican
St.itl' til ket .1'1 ti ll
Geo. 'C.‘Duncan arrived
Thursday evening with someth
over 400 catfish which lm bn .
from the Chewaucan
George had 11 hard time t
and bring the fish .but w i-
i
tnined not to be out dom
was his fourth attempt’to gm
and he lost only a few in th
drive across the desert and tl
the rocks
Opinions differ as to tin nd i
bility of planting catfish in >
River, some claiming they w 1
kill all the other fish tn tin tr
People who claim to know say
is not the case, however. “IT
George says he is positive th
not destroy other fish as tmi.
other kinds are seen mid ejiigh'.
the Chewaucan where th
thousands of catfish.
Y’ou and each of y<
it
Rumors are again in the a
the extentiou of the (' rvali
Eastern over the Cascadi -
I;
reported that four sawmills
the mountains are engaged in 1
ing out ties for the propim d \
sion, and that they are I < .1 .
along the route to be traver
miles. It is also report. I
some of the officials of th 1
have been milking inv. tn
along the route. The roa.il ■«
several years ago graded f<
miles east of the crest of tl
cades, and the short tunnel
ary near the summit was half
pleted at the time Everyt:
being put in readiness, it is - .
advance at short notin
\
which seems almost too g. I
true. But it is the natm 1 t1
for the owners of that roil t
It would bring them a vast n.
of new business, and pr. b ,
largely on the investment. A
would be of great lienetit
<i _ .
.* e det uned on business country, and the central Will 1:
1 1 »
1 '
*1 I. to attend
valley.—Statesman.
Th
I - 'iitatives will do
ill
1 - I " to advance the
A Scientific
cn .
1 • r -
■ turn at the meet*
fi. tier prepared to
Kodol Dyspepeia Cure
' I, *t we have than the stomach that which it «
ng in Portland to do for itself, even n
In
i lent they will ac­ slightly disordered or . i.
ini T
the country in Kodol Drs|>ep«ia Cun -
tl..- v
n and recotn-
natural juces of digeetion
vert tuent
the work of the stomach,
Full supply
, HOHE-riADE
Special attention given lai :
cut up to
Free Delive«
term
you may have, why an <
not be granted by «ai
the sale of the followi
real estate situated in
< f Harney and stat 1
the
utli West Quinter,
arter and th? North
ter of the South Eas
«T
dliftöS Ot
II
tion now
(
ADMINISTRATOR
ot Allen T I’. Clark, i!n
ule are hereby requir
it them,with tin pn u
bin six months from 1
notice, to the un
ARUv
TCUO
A e r> mo to r
uj i n a
Aerincvcr
Take notice that by
County Court of the
for Harney County th
was duly appointed tl.
inker 11)03, An
Galvanized P'p.
Pipe 1
Pt pLl 1 ■ -,
:¿G »
Hunti
Ceps,
V
>
Hiv r Chit
Administratrix with
n< xed.
WINTER
Of all the choice v
ripe and ready to 11
to supply Harney,
Grant counties.
Come one and all
fruit for the winter-
e Count
•: may
1-
Bring you packing : .
camping outfit and I' 1
dno’t forget the CASH.
Price per bushel, for
apples in the orchard, 5
D. B. RINEHAR
ird ii
Op. n a
An e:
r
's
JOHN GEM BEK Lt .
.Jeweler,
Opt:
Enirrax
10 CUR
c w id
Goods
iient of our Fall at
ly made Skirts,
- Lace». Mus.ii,-.
everything that i
«tore. We carry
ORTMENT
QUALITY
■.
IrnictaLcn
Galvaniz d, Black at
Tiniuatc
MOKE RAILROAD Rl MOR n
the nervous tension, wlni
per than ever be-
tlamed muscles of thst 1 rg •
1
th • town
We bought
allowed to rest and ’ .*!
h
l Wl
'
-
right
The very
Dyspepeia Cure digest«
I Muslin Cur- eat and enables the «'
« - ill and inspect.
digestive organ* to tran-
i >11 both style
|
pri
it rur. Chiffoniers, food into rich red blood
i
I' d«, and in fact Burns druggists
San 1 T.imi-io Slnritz. uni.
.tir line.—Burns
labor, rv i let tul mayor; demi*- 1 Furniture t
lhed—Al the borne fl..
Oliis - Het i 11.. i « pi. ■' i an fot
govcuiiii i.r Pom lobnsi'iijdem-
iKiat, b\ IJ«,.»..«.. Majmiti i’ll
joint bal;'t in 1 gislature tor le­
cititi o • 11
i. pl u i d at ..« i ut
of total ot 14;
ivi. «1; Christian n
kt.own, and to all ui
of Ralph Brown Dec*
PLANTED CA1HSI1.
u.
Mat y lami Wai livid, .kinoi rat.
vivi teil gi'i * i noi. I he dem .'iT.lt«
elei t sul'st..■•: o ■ > i |.. i t\ legi«l ,
tur e, iiism ing d<?nu>cr«itic siiccvs
soi to Si naloi M a l 'oin.is.
Oregon, for
In tbe matter ol ’ .1
tate of Ralph B
Deceased.
To Edith Middk
Joe Wooley, for many yeat
leading citizen of Granite G
county, has sold out his ■
business in that town an I 1
bin'family to Baker City. wl.
will hereafter reside, says th 1
ocrat.
That is, he will reside in tl
city and be an honored ami n ;•
in t>
ed citizen, provided he «1
Irwi
have any experi nces like 1.
on last Wednesday night
Late that evening Joe w .
ing his way homeward wl.
attention was attract« 1 toward
it filter­
beauty of the rn
age of a
ed its rays th rot
rhich
h-
grove of trees
was passing
He stopped to take in th«
tifuEsight.'and leaned up . . <
giant cottonwood so as to r t .
same time.
He wasjiot in that position
until’an aged4 man armed
heavy stick approached an I
formed him that it was against
peace andjdignity of Bai:
for him to loiter there.
T<
Joe started to explain,
old gentleman grew wrath v
made_for him
raised.
Then began a race arem
iree which would have
pair of circus horses in the
Joe kept for enough ahead 1
out of reach’of the stick, md
ly dodged the irite old genl
In speaking of the all:;
ward Mr. Wooley stated th
had had a gun with him in
babilities’he would, have I
shot at.hie assailant.
Up in.Grant county Jo«' "
1
marshal and constable, and
allowed a revolver for each .
but when he resigned his .
positions he shed his firearni.-
consequently he was unarmed
he had the'above experience
Mon ' v : ick