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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 5, 1903.
REWARD costume and makeup were superb. LOOKS LIKE HILL-HARRIMAN finding nothing that suited them. MI: WAS STUDYING OREGON
In the scene where the little Indian
went back home. Shortly after
JOHN P DAI.Y, Puss
N. I CARPENTI!!, < ishikh
girl gives up her life to save her
ward they 'met som«one who had
FRANK R. COFFIN, Vi< k P kks
A C. WKLCOM1
EY COUNTY STOCK ASSOCIATION benefactor, she made a most ex OREGON-IDAHO RAILROAD IS VEILED school land to sell and bought two
UEOLOÜICAL SURVEY IN IMIS POR
WILL PAY IT.
IN MYSTERY .
half sections which, it was guaran
TION OF STATE.
The special scenery panted for
teed, had 4,000,000 feet of yellow
the occasion was the most pleasing,
1 pine. The tract is in Harney coun-
OF BURNS, OREGON.
•aS Mataey Declared Eat It led 10 $750 perhaps, of all and was a happy Territory to be Topped It a Rich One. and tj-
Last week ,he purchasers sent Bulletins on trteslan Unter and Petroleum
Corporations, Finns and Individuals Solicited.
Tke AusciatlM Needs More En
surprise to the people of our little
They Evidently Will Keep out Oom-
Supply ol Southeastern Cesatici
word to Messrs. Graves & McCul
ergy sad Revliioa st Law«.
petltort--Won't Admit it.
--Ready For Distribution.
city. The fact that one of our
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
loch to go out and estimate the tim
home boys, Fred Morris, designed
ber on the two tracts, which they
«TOCKIIOI.DSHS:—John D Daly, Frank It (’offlo. N U. Cai | , . -er, R. J.
oeeting of the Harney County and painted it made it more inter
A New York dispatch to the Ore
During the summer of 1902 Pro
Williams, J. W. Ueary, C. Cummin». H . M. Horton, C . A. Haines. ll'm.
Association was held last esting. Fred has good taste and gonian says: Considerable interest did. There was about 20 cords of fessor Israel C. Russell, with two
Jones, Thomas Davis.
ay afternoon at tbe court certainly has a bright future in his attaches to the building of a more
assistants, who were students of
Staff anti County Warrants bouyAt at tAo market yr.'ee.
a barren piece of rocky land. East
. It was called for the pur- line.
or less mysterious railroad north
the University of Michigan, made
This bank is Insured and w ill be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
f arranging for the payment
a rapid reconnaisauce through |x>r-
Among the productions to be from Huntington to Lewiston, Ida
or hold up day or night.
reward due Frank Matney given in the near future by Mr. ho, the financing for which is said number of cruisers in p/ioeville are tions of Southeastern Oregon. His
’t-^aul Blume who were the pro Meade are “Friends,” “Ole Olsen” to have been completed. The New
purpose was to ascertain in what
ng witnesses in the case “Old Kentucky” and “The County York Securities & Trust Company and if these gentlemen had been a locality, if any, the geological con
little sharper they would not have
1. . Emmett Clark and John Fair.” The writer iB familiar with is to be the trustee of a first mort
ditions are favorable for obtaining
been taken so easily.
4 1 were convicted of horse the two latter and can most hearti gage to an amount not exceeding
flowing water by drilling wells. A
preliminary report on the artesian
ly recommend them. Mr. Meade 14,000,000 which will supply the
The Lone Star State.
assessment was ordered in will always be greated by a good funds for building the 180 miles in
basins discovered was published by
' ia suai manner to raise tho house here and the next play is question:
Down in Texas al Yoakum, is a the United States geological survey
t necessary and the gentle- looked forward to with pleasure.
The line as projected will con big dry goods firm of which Mr. J. in water supply and irrigation pa
ill be paid tbe amount in the
nect the Northern Pacific at Lewis M. Haller is the head. Mr. Haller per No. 78.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
^.meeting was not as well at-
and Oregon Railroad and Naviga goods said to a friend who was ed on the general geology of the re
as it should have been,
Up-to-date jub printing at reason tion at their junction point, Hunt with him in the palace car, “Here, gion traversed. It will be of par V Accounts ot < ’oi porntioiiH. F ìi - iiim nn<i Imlit Ì.I iih I h i
is too much responsibility able prices.
ington, Or. The new line runs di take one of these Little Early Ris ticular interest to the i>eople of l
8 rOCKIIOLDliRS:—John 1). Daly, William Join -. Frank R «
the officers of the association
“Uncle” Geo. Duncan was a call rectly north and south, apparently ers upon retiring and you will be Idaho and Oregon. In certain in c
e members should take more er at this office Wednesday. He following the Snake River Valley, up early in the morning feeling stances it also serves to supplement X Coffin, Abner Robbins, R. F. Olden, M. Alexander, N. I Carpen- ?
h The officers who do at- went from here to Cow creek where and touching a rich mineral and good.” For the ‘dark brown” tho re|>ort on artesian conditions. X ter, William Miller, E. II. Test, Thos. Turnbull.
id take an interest in the he will visit relatives until after lumber territory.
taste, headache and that logy feel This bulletin, which is No. 217. is X
K. 11. TENT, ( ashler.
of the association do what the holidays.
The question is “Who is backing ing DeWitt’s Little Early Risers entitled. “Notes on the geology of
the road?” Some two months ago are the best pills to use. Sold by Southwestern Idaho and Southeast
insider best for the interest
Messrs Robinson & Johnson when it was first projected, it was
ern Oregon,’’ is now ready for dis
members, but would feel
tribution and may be obtained bv
hould thev know their ac- started 200 head of cattle for their ascribed to E H. Harriman, but
application to the director of the
eet with the approval of the desert ranch the first of this week. the bankers of that interest are not
This stock was just bought from
2 rship. Tbe constitution and
inclined to encourage that belief.
Billie and George Altnow were in geological survey,
HOWARD SEBRII, PMxoaaT
». ». white , V k > P mmm . t
need to be amended in Price Withers and is all young, They say that new lines are being Westfall Wednesday night, on their I). C.
W. R. stases, CAS«,.
stuff and in good condition.
The route followed by Professor
projected, but are not willing to return home from a trip to Willow
<1 < meet the requirements of
Stockmen inform us that the tell just where.
Russel’s party was so planned as to
icies as well as the general
traverse as many as possible of the
of tbe association. In or- range is now in fine condition and
The new road is apparently a
Claud Brittingham, Joe Gilliam
o this it will be oece«sar_v stock doing well. Some who had part of a rather ambitious project and Ed Stallard were in Westfall valleys of Southwestern Idaho and
»jority of the membership their stock on pasture have turned to build a semicircle of railroad, Tuesday night on their way to and Southeastern Oregon, where
them on the range again. If the touching Wenatchee on the north
rich agricultural land is plentiful
ni «sent at a meeting.
and where urtesian conditions are
U association is to continue present weather continues a few and some point in Northern Cali
CALDWELL. IDALi I w
most likely to be present.
TT* lienefit to tbe stockmen of weeks the price of hay will come fornia on the—south. It doesnot
A General Banking Business îr<in*»acte<l
Portions of Canyon and Owyhee
appear that in either direction it ed from Harney County Wednes
county it must have the down.
day, where Mr Nash has beer, counties, Idaho, ami of Malheur
and interest of its members,
In this issue appears an an will serve as part of a new East and
ganizations are a success nouncement of a grand ball at the West trunk line. It is rather a working at road building with John and Harney counties, Oregon, were
t.ausli'vo1 geological' survey of tho
in all communities new hall, just being completed by feeder to the Southern Pacific on E Johnson.
ill1 tey are properly conducted J. r. Owluau ai I’auunc, uu izov.
Good for Children.
region was attempted. The dis
ter and Northern Pacific on the
tml local organization could be 18. We are informed this is a
covery of water supplies was the j
The pleasant to take and harm main eml of the reconuaisance, and
if the stockmen will get large and comfortable building with north.
It is quite possible that Messrs, less One Minute Cough cure gives
and revise certain sections an excellent floor. Mr, Cochran
tho study of geological conditions i
and Harriman are in league immediate relief in all cases of
constitution and add some deserves the good will and patron
was merely an incident.
INCORPO; ATL D IH47.
age of the darcing public io that for the building of this road. It Cough, Croup and LaGrippe be
Pressed ns he was for time, how- ■
( ht 11 r | “In i
I hbiihs all forni« of xound lite iii«urain-o ni lini lowe-1 riti.
section and the opening ball will would bring new tonnage to both cause it does not pass immediately ever, Professor Russell was never
guaranteu after three paymentR are inailo
be well patronized and an enjoy
into the stomach, but takes effect theless able to make some extreme- i
I. Automatic extenihal Inaurane» for Ilio faro ot ilio rotiti irt
the position of either in the benefit right in the seat of the trouble. It
ILA paid up polic-y.
ly interesting observations regard- i
111. I amiii or cauli surreiuler vaino.
of the other. It is quito certain draws out the inflaination, heals
Meade the well known and
ing the geology of the district visi
Unexoellod aa a dividenil puyer.
Rev J. K. MacGillivray and Rev. that the two great interests in the
and sooths and cureB permanently ted. The most interesting feature
/ mi ' é .'. s ' t / g irE itr.roiti'. roii /v r/.r
••entertainer, and his com- B, F. Harper took their departure
Northwest are anxious to develop by enabling the lungs to contribute
of the report refers to his study of
f local talent presented Thursday for Silver Creek and
Khorman A lliirmon,
li. Il l’>- indici,
the resources of that territory an pure life-giving and life sustaining
Ilimiiel 1 m . r
the volcanic phenomena, A chap*
• * Land” to a good house other points between here and
II. A, Dillard, l ■■ t 1
much as possible for the sake of ( oxygen to the blood and tissues.
ter on petroleum, which closes the
jrday evening. The pro Prineville where they will hold re
keeping strong new interests out Dr. Armstrong of Delia, Tex., pre
bulletin, is of special economic
gave general satisfaction ligious services. They will also
They will not stand for invasion by scribes it daily and says there is no
superior to what was an- visit points beyond Prineville and
any one else.
better cough remedy made. Sold
Search for |ielroleuni lian been
by many. Mr. Meade expect to reach the Columbia
There is a tremendous new busi by Burns druggists.
carried on in the valley of Snake
a disadvantage as he was River before Christmas. These
ness to be developed in the country
river in Southwestern Idaho and
■’ liar with his local assie- gentlemen have been assisting in a
lying south of the Hill lines and
Furniture cliea|>er than ever be adjacent portions of Oregon, hut
F1 d was unable to oast them series of meetings in this section
north of the Harriman system, and fore in this town. We bought
these attempts have proved failures
e would. Mr. Meade is a with flattering sesults.
the complete harmony that now right and will sell right. Tho very
!c«M in comedy, but was
so far as the discovery of the rnat-
The Times-Herald believes in exists between these two interests nicest in Lace arid Muslin Cur ial sought is concerned.
d to play lead in the ab-
will probably lead to further open tains. Ladies, call and inspect,
a better man. Had he pushing anything th^t is for the
AfTords the js-ople of East and Central Ongon all II.........
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good of the general public. It also ing of this debatable territory. It j We can please you in both style
j| o Irish or “coon” the come-
tlrst cUas modern Bualnerui College. Il ie a home ii.-liluti >i
“I was once,” said a celebrated
believes that things detrimental to is therefore natural to suppose that ] _..J j price. Bureaus, Chiffoniers,
every course involved tri Bimine»« College work
“ 1 have been much stronger
the community should be scored, the new project is certainly not Sideboards, Iron Beds, and in fact
»■ charged elxew here and the method» are I Im same HlirhnG .1-iuttr .1
provided such scoring would result inimical to either Hill or Harri-1 ¡everything in our line.—Burns
Rt any time. Instruction *t Ilia College or bv mail. During II.
Felton as heavy man
bowles of the earth. Crawling
month« the College will conduct a
in remedying the evil; but to raise man.
H marked improvsmer.' and
There is no probability that the
down a ladder, and feeling that
a howl about a matter when the
iis part well. Jake Wei-
only result would be to make ene Santa Fe will reach up|>er Califor-
the temperature was every mo
'“•Mr. lister looked evei v mies, with the exception of a little nia or Oregon within the next four NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
part. Mr. Welcome »ith
satisfaction, it believes silence is years This statement is made on
miner who was accompaning me:
*:iore practice would appear better.
official authority. The road has
To all that it may concern:
••It’s getting very hot down
Notice is hereby given, that the here, how far is it, do you think,
Ex Senator Gowan arrived home , 8oneahe»'1 ?Dd MfCured ^North-
-.obbins as Miss Spriggins
ern California beginning,
of undersigned, Ione Whiting, was on
to the infernal region«?”
■ided hit. She bad a good Saturday from Portland and other |
the 10th day of Oct. 1903 duly
•* ‘I don’t know exactly,’ he re
)j >n of her part and plaved
. - : fnr
for the sake of keeping them from appointed Administratrix of the
Mly. Ionella and Eddie mg the irrigation convention at
‘but if you let go you will
falling into the hands of E II. Har estate of Frank W. McClintock de
L as “the terrible kids'*■
were Pendleton. Senator Gowan also
in about two minute«.’ ”
riman, who would in that case have ceased, and all persons, having
after the ice was broken visitei^gorest Grove where bis son
| made very difficult the final plans claims against said Estate, are here
J I Frank Mogan as Kidder Frank is attending the Pacific Uni of the Santa Fe.
by required to present them, verifi
hearts of all the young
Don't y. u think one of those fine
ed as by law required, to me with
ten be shot the wills:
fountain pens or a hand
One Hundred Dollars ■ Box
Byrd played Cyru- the spent an afternoon with the State
y .Id pen and holder
of Oct. 1903, at Burn», Oregon.
f itter than waaKspected. Teachers’ Association at Baker is the value H A. Tiedale, Rum
would make your frier d of sweet- Prompt attention to all kinds of
of confidence prevented City while enroute home. He says merton, 8. C., places on DeWitt's
heart an appropriate Christmas
and Transfor Business
earing to a better advent it was one of the most successful Witch Hazel salve. He «ays: “I
Administratrix present. (Horton k'-eps'eta.)
had the pile« for 20 years. I tried
's Hoo. Patrick McFaddle meetings ever held in the state.
For ru-*h orders us« ’phons LTluin : "
jVhted by the aana«- - of
While sitting in the clerk’s office many doctors and medicines, but
Patrjoizo bouses rbat d spivi u
raligeous weekly, did not at tbe court house the other dav all failed except DeWitt’s Witch
j'O'.’H > ¡'¡■'t
The Finest of All
pit reputation as a come- and during a lull in th« conversa Haxel with antiseptics and emol
jnit went very well It is tion, tbe croaking of a frog was dis lients, relieve* and permanently
’ a long suffering ;
tinctly beard. At this time of year cure« blind, bleeding, itching and
,z »that be has ratir- 1 from it was quite unusual and caused protruding pile«, sores.cuts, bruise«
for the present and will Dist. Atty. Miller to investigate It eczema. salt rheum at. i all «kin
¡5 sen at rare intervals in will be startling to ¡earn that be diseases. Bold by Burns Druggists
1 st Sale Oalv at
ar haps in some benefr- found a petrified frog that Clerk
own stock sk<>.
V - F. eder had in bis collection had
LssX Pirate«' Work
decide. MiseCla- Swain beyond a doubt begun to croak.
TRIS« II A DONEGAN, Propri.
« 4ary Uster in be r usual Judge Miller is now figuring just
In a recent issue the Prineville
' a Her workraee-i.* 1 to bow loog Mr. Frog had been turned Review ears: I^at year two East
general approval Miso to stone Ths cause of his awak ern gentleman came out to Oregon
Agents, 8urns, Ore
es as Winona, ab- Indian ening is accounted for by the balmy looking for land« to buy. They
XÆalzc Tlxia ZCee.dLq.X3.® rt ir.~.
•soeptionally g--l Her «pro.
have bad recently. hunted all over Central Oregon and.
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