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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1903)
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HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, NOVEMBER
Rev. Di M ...m w< i ' . rt .
d oin 007 noy
Harney the first of the week to
people of •Ji _
•jf hlL'peut di
.it we.is "bm—raeq
! assist Rev. Harper in conducting
this county to better their condi
, the religious services there.
OREGONIAN GIVES HARNEY COUNTY tion meets with a slap in the face
'n ' HEM StOPWKl
and cold water by what ii consider
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The City 5fc.it Market will vlose
laid ed) rtioiod to
ed to be the leading paper of Ore
I at 10 o'clock a. in. on Sunday here
id J Io tnief ‘tei
gon, patience ceases to be a vivtae. ivou
i alter and will not be o| ned again
___________ ii. ••• JuSge Brühiger Hors eat of His Wav to uutil Monday morning. Patrons
Following its Usual Colom it Throws Cold
Pirk te l’kor». thb Chalo of
Water oo the Efforts of Our People
¡should bear this in mind.
OPEN LETTER TO TEACHERS.
Te Get a Railroad.
Jeacc Agajes» Him.
WOTE UP AÜAINTS IT HARD sidered an oversight, I but when M. A. MOODY IS ACQUITTED
OF A RAILROAD
FH ANK II
DELEGA! ION EROM
rporatioHS, Finns find Individuals Solicited,
Pfedg* That Railroad Will he Built
Into Harney County,
WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
1 Sheriff Lamb n cejxcd. -a letter
lulin l> hilly, Frank R. Coffin, N U. C.u| i' u. R. .1.
The delegation of prominent1
Hon. Malcolm A. Moody, who ' last nightTrora Win D Miller, dis
“The delegation of Burns citizens '
I, ary, Cummins. H. M. Horton, C. A. Haines, M'm.
Drewsey, Ore., Nov, 21.
which has been here for the past
Jones, Thnni.i- Pavia.
has been on trial before the United trict attorney of Harney county, Burns citizens that has been in1
My Dear Teacher:—
week returned home yesterday
I hope you will excuse the nec States district court on a charge of Oregon, stating that the grand jury Portland for the last four days seek
in' County Warrants bougkt at tkc markst price.
without securiuj any assistance for
ing to induce local railroad men to
the construction of a railroad into essity I am under of addressing enbazzling a letter from the United had adjourned without finding an
>1 and w ill he reimbursed for any loss by burglary
tbe|r town. Th« committee re you in general, and by duplicate or States postoflice belonging to Mrs. indictment igainst Sid Kurtz, and construct a line into Harney coun
or hold up day or night.
presented the ¿.leading business manifold letter. There is much to Margaret L. Conroy, was acquitted requesting that lie bo discharged ty, has gone home,/ays the Journal. I
intyreyta of Burns and Harney do, and I feel the need of getting and exonorated.
from custody. Kurtz was in jail Armed with statistics to prove the I
oounty, and consisted of I. 8. Geer, our exhibit work under way
Before the hearing or the case here for thirty-six days, and no resources of their community and
J. M. Dalton, William Farre. N. U.
Oilier counties are was completed Judge Bellinger or charge 'V«s preferred against him. the value of Harney county from a
Carpenter and ex-Senator Gowan. promptly.
Thby were armed with statistics making great preparations; but dered a verdict of acquittal to he It new Soerr*. lrn»«w woe no eauee ,tra:: slrindpoint, the Burns dele-
showing the amount of business a Harney oounty has certain features returned. Previous to ordernig the whatever for his arrest and deten gat >n visited President A. L. Moh
•¡^rSilroaa would find to do from the that will make our exhibit as good case dropped the Judge took oc tion. Humboldt county is to be ler of the Oregon Railroad A Nnvi-
start arid were confident that a line
casion to pick to pieces the chain of congratulated in that it has otlieei s ; ition company, and President E.
into the Burns
Buxnfl territory would be
1 ■ as any. The time hitherto spent
E Lytle of the Columbia Southern, I
lrighly* “s' irciJeYsfuI. The business in bringing all the educational peo evidence that the prosecution had ■ who do n t monkey along where
did not ple of this county together, has been attempted to prove "by inference" | there is business to do, or make ■ nt aside from assurances that the
men «f Portlapd, however,
-• mi favorablf
iliei _ * ed toward the well spent, and if the teachers and and stated that no evidence had I suoh mialukee ns the Oregon offi matt ; would be given thorough
OF ONTARIO, OREGON.
plan and ther comi miittee «Jeparted schools now go right forward, we been brought out to show there was cials have made—Winnemucca consideration, no definite promises
<>l < '< i|] >< >rut n ms, Filins und Intlit i<luiilr>
shall be in good llhik, and make a any illegal design back of any act
Tho above is clipped from the
1. 8. Geer, a member of the party,
Moody had performed relative to
' 1 .. 1!.Db:RS:—John D. Daly, William Jom.. Frank II.
Oregonian of Nov. 20, and only-
“I believe we would haven
Harney is not an old oounty, and
. bins, l’>. F. Olden, M. Alexander, N. U. Uarpen-
shows another instance of its sin
S S. Williams and road within a year if the local pro
:. E 11. Test, Thos. Turnbull.
cere interests (?) in this section of
child cam<> down from their home, moters could get hold of the money.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
¡^territory. Either tie Oregonian
at Drewst . Sunday. .Mr. Williams The extension of the Columbia
is not in touch with the business many of our schools, I feel confi- . r» , 1 »fci
is th» owner of the Ontario-Burns Southern from Shaniko is the route
dent that we can make a comnjen-' Í|Q3‘,'V' “ • '*
men of Portland, or is strictly an
stage line, He informs ns that tile' most desired, as it would tap a rich
W ‘telWJ, Bunday.
tagonistic ta Ilarnev c runty nnd
Please let me know soon that you •. Au hl Riubardson and wife were roads are \ .-i w b.i.i jn some sections c mtry ami give us direct connec
above here ■ peci.-illy so on Indian tion with deep water Before com
dowu fruni>Hurney Tuesday.
The del(?gsticn of citizens from can—and will—firnish me with
creek, where he :ivs, tiie road ing to Portland we were in Baker
found the business men
BilFChf^'ns over from his
Il I il »01CT
a. ». WHITt, Vic, 'H«> ,»r
Please let us do our besl tp luyel tniirtfli tin (ii&iOh-yfitle Hie first of the , should he - i:i ;• ■ i to run over tho ' City and lalkerl with the Sumpter:
of Portland very favo-albv imin-ss-
w. a. win«, C amus
i hili, the urn I of the travel going Malley railroad people and J. W.|
d tyitb- the statist
liont.-i. president of the electric line,’
I that way thi- time of the year.
dj ipei mlJiH'tii xU nidti"
for railroad traffic and several pro
Mr. Geer says the small railroads
A- S. 8)v:jip, j,ytuiF,t ftd A’w days
J. 0. Bartlett,
Plenty of < ttl" ami no buyers is in Oregon are rimoiiy the best pay
minent men, as well is eommereial
ffio cry I nd from the ranges. In
lkeffes signified a willingness t r
ing lilies in the United States.
some Sei-li'K. at' w otters have bcm
take the matter up at the proper
"We have an annual tonnage of
BEEF CtOINO UP.
.•rtr.D T Q-i H. Voegtly received ft large luaile h-r y, arl:'r>gs nt ll'i, but
time and assist both financially and
UMHJ.OOO |K>unds out of Harney
, - -- r; ')
morally to put us. in better connec
odi io «o<)Mignia«nt/'.of freight via Shanikd owner» me 1-aiding for ♦ lt> Offers
intv,” ho said, “ur 2,200 cars of
C. J. Millis geuyrul livestock, Lby; tirst uf Ufoi week.
tion with Portland and the outside
id,-'ini pounds each. Thu mail con-
l-viicr tl Britikinq Business Ironsacted
world Whether tin
people were agent of the O. R. <(■' N. c c~
ffpm own -s U
- ! alone is worth 410,000,”
City N • t r r o w h I he J uth t of : ! w v • < k 1 ui >1» - Ration .iii a |>ron
sincere in theiv inter- st or not re
\l r. < leer displayed figures regard
Ih it he
Mdiirlay. h- int’u n
mains to be seen. Tho genll inen looking after the livestoclMntor^;„
in: i he products of the county that
nnnnrrli »ter to
bought cows with ci
from Burns did not expect a road
would result in business to the rail-
that H vi-stock busi- ¡ b’rR,>k
ne to Idaho iu ago for F19. Oi.e j
to be built in time for them to re crat, and says t__ ..._ TT._ _
were selling for i”>
turn home on. They merely want iiess of all kinds has been t
*i«Wi ¿ffrí' Mg!
Wool clip, 2,UK),OOit pounds, or
_ irrigation I
ed to show the businuf.» men of good this season.
Messrs. Gwinn usd Andel eon, •SO curloarls
Just at ths present tuotuekit eaet-
that city the pdvan g - an i op
member» of the Malheur Land and
Welh-rs »hipped, 50,000 head;
Mr. and“ Hirt». D. A (‘awlfield,
prices are slumped oft and a»
portunity they had of reaping great
Livestock Company, iieoently iii- weight 7,500,000 pounds.
benefits should they be instrumen feed in the west is very high, it htht ncoempanUd by thdir granddaugh corpoiuteri) en route to Boise City,
Ctilllo slnpiH'd, 110,000 head ;
INCORPOI A . I)
tal in getting thi» gn-nt inland em had a quieting effect on the huqfo ter. Mies Enid UuWltield, left stopped oVer in Vw* Monday night ■ weight, 30,000,090 pounds.
I hM I |l ‘ 1111 I I i uiiid I life iiiHiiranco at tho l<»wo t rah
pire topped by a road from that markets. Very few ranchers havop fm Llimvui laalsrcuumg.—Caldwell ¡These gentlemen wars returning
Merchandise, etc., 5,(MX),(MR) lbs.
till * thi*»*» payment!) are m ule
commenced to feed yet. By th^
| from Road cauyen, where the> had
» t ic extended iiiHiirance for tha face oi I lie iff>n! ict
Paxsi ngers, 2,400 by »luge: 600
A | •; aid np policy.
Does tlfo* Oregonian express the
Henry BJackwell and others are ' j beun to innpeei. lh< r Hocks and ad-1 by private (onveyauce, l,SO0.
111. I ,01 hi "I a th Hitrrender value.
filing about odd head of Grant
'£ sentimeana views of the business prices will be away up again.
! just mutters of the <>mpany. The, There are 1100,<MK» «beep raised in
Unexcelled a« a dividend payer.
In Oregon there is a better con county cattle, mostly fat bow», near
men of that city? If the expres
/\ . /;>i7G I / a : iir.b'oRi; »on /.vsf /;/
i intereets of thr- company in Mal Hurney county ami 550,(MX) sjiend
sions made to our citizens are sin dition of affairs than in most of the Baker City. The stock is to be heur, Grant and Harney counties., the summer on the ranges The
Sherman .. ii.trmon,
R. II B'-noliut,
cere, it does not by any means. western states. Last winter was shipped to other markets.
cattle owner! in the county number
II. A. Pillard, V -ni
The Oregonian has always been in an easy one nnd this spring and
l’tiriiri Or. <
Henry Welcome is nursing an
different to the wants and interests summer flocks and herds increased utily wound on hie forehead earned
From itcrsonal ekperiBiice 1 testily I
of this section including Lake coun rapidly.
by a jug falling from a shelf in the that DeWitt’s Little Burly Risers are; I. S. Geer, .I M Dalton, Wm,
ty. It never lets an opportunity
Welcome Pharmacy last Tuesday ■ire unequalled aS a liver pill They i Farre, N. ('.Carpenter nnd former
go by to give us a slap or throw are just at the present ordering morning and striking him. It cut
are rightly mitt, d bee.
thov Sjnator Gowan Mr. Geer is n
cold water on snv project that was
do < uisin of ex-Governor T I Geer.
give strength and
of importance to us. The people of of the eastern market, but these
Anticipating a visit from the
Harney county should resent this conditions for known reasons will
!■ urniture cheaper than ever be-1
ton, Boerne, Tex Tbousands of
with vigor. The business men of soon change and sufficient stock Grand .Matron the ladies of the
iu this town, Wo bought (
people are uning tl
Portland should call it down. Such will be shipped out of here to ease ! Eastern Star lodge of this city pre-
and will sell right, The very
articles make people “sore” and up the extraordinary state of things papared an elegant lunch for the
: 1.1 l Mini (’entrai Oregon nil the o|»|*< liuti • - f a
they are so pleas nt and effectual, nicest in Lace and M iir I iii Cur
meeting last Monday night. Later
does not tend to bring us in closer j
i in« ■ (
It in a fioiiin inntit'iti - h
They cure bilious less torpid liver, tains. Ladies, rail anti inspect,
a telephone message announced
business relations. We realize our
\« ‘l in BiiMini’MH (’olleg'* work I( h inti ■ an* tl»» ■ un -
*ie niel th<* methfxln are tho Niinm. Htu lents lulimthd
the lady could not get here and
peculiar situation in regard to rail fe.il
Genera) traffic over the road in “Henan” Miller insisted that the lion, etc. They 11 not purge and nnd price. Bureaus, ChifFunitTR,
' i h • njij al the < 'ollege or hy mail. I >m iit/ 11 '• »iiinwr
roads. We are compelled at this
A lit COllthlut il
weaken,but clean ■ and strengthen. Ndeboard», Iron Beds, ami in fiv-t
time to ship- our goads over the all departments continues almost “big eat” take place anyway. He
everything in our line—Burns
by Burns druggists.
said it was the only part of the pro
Harriman line» or their feeders,
gram which gave him a show to
which of course accounts for the mer rates.
ct r >•
I ' p-to-date job printing at reason
display his talents and proposed
railroad people I eing somewhat in
ed that they find it not an easy doing bis duty. It was a very en
To all that it may concern:
Perhaps this will not always he so. matter to supply an equipment to joyable meeting and although dis-
Cured of Piven After 40 Yearn.
Notice i r bet«*by g:i ven, that the
There are other railroad people and
are Matron the members had a good andersign-ed, Innt’ W biting, was on
there are other places in which to
Mr ( Haney, of Geneva O , had
turning out cars and engines an time. Mr. and Mr». Thornton the 10th dai i»f O( t. I HM duly
buy goods Uiba: Portland. If the
pih - for 10 year» Doctors and
fast as they can make them.
wholesalers of that place do not see
estete of 1àrrtrtL 'JL’ \ (eClintock de- dollars could do him no lasting
fit to help tbeir < wn territory in the
ceased, a nd fill pe:rsons. having g<, I DeWitt’s Witch Hazel salve
The Portland Journal’» special
woy of development, they deserve
Married—Last Monday evening claims agiMoat «aid Ei• tate, are here- 1 iir»-<l him permanently. Invalu
losing iL Arab'id fr, ni th- west Washington correspondent say» the at the study of Rev. Father Doyle,
by requin3d tu preterì>t th-iu, vr-rifi-
would mean at least four times secretary of the interior baa approv Mr G A. Rem bold and Miss Jennie
as by 1 iw requi ce d, to me w th- i 1 »rations, eczema, tetter, salt
more Lavines» to the jobbers there ed the selection of the Dalles Mili Racine, Father Doyle p-ri'.ruiing
it.» irorn smd i*Hh day rheum, and all other skin disease»
! in six nir riitrjí
Instead of fur- tary Road Company of 25,243 acres the ceremony in the presence of
than at prt»
I. .'ik for the num« DeWitt oil the
W, ¡V. Burnì», Oregon.
nishing good» for 3000 people in in the Burns land district.
Miss Maud Ragon. Miss Dolorae
pack — all ollprr» are cheap
y ntion to all kinds of
they would have
Racine and F. S. Rieder The con
worthle-s counterfeits. Hold by
A Remarkable Case.
J Transfer Business.
the bu“inefO »f 80,<MX) at least in a
tracting parties are well known and
few short twar
One of the most remarkable case» popular young people of this city,
r»s use 'phene fOwin 324.
Our porwibiLt.» f r U ivernuient of a oold, deep-seated on the lungs, and while such a thing was antici
aid in ifrilal n has never been causing pneumonia, is that,of Mrs. pated by their frauds it was never-
favora^'y^nte: tium. ! it. ■ r):-g>- Gertrude E Fawner Marion, Ind., theieie • sirprise The bride baa
iUNTER , DELIVE
nian. 4ftwith- ending the fact that who was entirely cured by the use been a resident of thia <
alliri W*" who are familiar with of One Miuute Cough Cure She childhood and is adm'
the/»Band ,h «it ..it: ¡! :r
says: “The coughing nd st.*aiiiing large circle of friend f
-ed» it tAliju the u.
- ■ pr - so weakened me that 1 ran down in disposition and man-- ac mpiiah
tl can 1« weight from 148 tot 2 pounds. I menta. Mr. RemboU is a - crated
Isr Sak Huiy <t
rtMfififor the at nount »eccel tried a numtwr jf rec uediee to no with Hon. C. W. Parriaii in the
s»ry to put i '.be r ler voir tyilem avail until I umh
i I Or
Minute practice of law and holds a high
than any Mh
n. Oregon. The Cough Cura. Four buttles of this place as an attorney in thia state
Il A DONKGAN. Proprietor-
f-regDOÍaw ¿ h i -
er dracovered wonderful remedy cured me entire Mr. and Mrs. Remboid went at
'at- It arc
be people here ly of the cough, strengthened my ones to their h >a>«, the Win Gowan
that il is" b-' imi ti •ronco on thè lung* and restored me to tuy nr»r- residence, and will be "at home to
fl-jentr Barns, Ore.
Mt A of (hat pa¡- r ut direct oppo mal weight, health and Mrength.” all their friends. We wish the
might be con- ;Sold by Burns druggists.
Mti«. 8»' “
young people every blessing of life.
Tir$t national Bank
I UAL LIFE INSURflhCE
<S BUSINESS COLLEGE
The Finest of All
z how rbat d spldd ti)p 6 i
lotei Burns Bar