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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1904)
CLOSING OUT SALE
We have inaugurated a closing-out sale, for CASH ONLY, beginning January 1st, 1904, on all lines of Dy Goods, Cloth
ing, Overcoats, Shoes, Underwear. Shirts, Hats, etc. We have one of the best lines of Groceries in Burns, and will sell
them to to you at reduced prices. Call and be convinced.
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COINTV COURT DOINGS.
Died—At Drewsey Oregon Janu
schools to be admitted for it) cents
chief of the reclamation service,
11. 1904 Sarah, beloved wife
1 to recommend some one scheme
for adoption by the Government
of the peace for Wild Horses pre from a member of the Club which
Mrs. NVarii was born in M < ouri
SATURDAY. JANI AKY 1«., 1904
It seems to me that it would be
cinct to serve until his successor is will give our readers an understand- | Nov 21, 1SGG noil came m (> • •».
• < ! >ui Evil and Winter Dry
\V • hu
better to let the people suggest
when quite young. Was tn.‘It din
elected. Al ••>, under the same con ing of ite obji-ct8:
h e Skirts, Waists, Fasc-i.
marriage to J. W Ward ir. 1883
several alternative schemes, and ditions, the following were appoint
M’BSCKl PTION KATEN
To the Editor:—The far-seeing' Besides hef husband she I -aves. h
Musiins, Calicos, ready
then let the government select the ed: T. J. Shields for Curry pre
object of the Ladies’ Afternoon Club family of eight children, six bovs
■ .j \ tiling that is carried in an
most feasible. It is not to be ex cinct, Erank .Metchan Sil vies and
is to start a library; the privileges and two girl . She also has two
Store. We carry the
I, ani i:
pected that the people of any one A. A. Cowing Poison Creek.
at present, are granted only to those broth rs, residents of this p
section will recommend an en
.1 LIAN BYRD
In the mutter of the petition of who become members of the Library |ters
Mrs ,| p Gearhart, Mi W. H
terprise in another section i J. L Turner and 24 others for a Annex.
Gen. hart and Mrs H J. Cl. ..
preference to their own. Nor county road from Burns to Crow
We realize this is a slow way of
Mrs Ward was a kind ehari'able
The National Livestock Asso I
have the people in general the re Camp, the court ordered the board establishing n large library, but a woman an affectionate mother and
ciation is controlled absolutely by
quisite technical knowledge to of road viewers, E M Jordan sur foundation, nt least, can be laid. a good neighbor and leayes many
warm friends to mourn her untime
big concerns there is no question
i th county. This
judge of the relative merits of dif veyor arid Chas Frye and Peter Among the I inks now in the library ly death.
Of Dre-f (
Every expression of note comes
“Dear is the spot where Christ is aiimitt-d
ferent enterprises; that is for the Clemens, to meet in Burns on Janu are several given by ladies who
from men who are either cattle or
Cat/ and see our
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government Engineers to judge ary 25 at 9 o’clock a in or within have been quick to realize the im
sheep kings in their respective
And sweet the strains of Angels
after they have made a propel ex five days thereafter and proceed to portance of this movement. In this
localities, or connected with cor
survey, view and lav cat said roi l. connection il is a : leasur to make
amination on the ground.
G! Why should we in anguish
porations controling millions of
special mention i Grandma” Has
“The Harney Valley scheme is
kell who, dt- pit- ut-r age, shows an
She is not lost mit gone be
advocated for the purpose of
interest in all progressive move- ■
There is never a proposition
J growing hay, but the farmers tes- Tlx- I r a-un-r w as ord.
men's » h eh would reti-et credit
advanced in the interest of the
j lily from long practical experience in outstanding iiiirriial
upon 1 ven a mueti young- r womnr.
small plan, or is lie given any
I that, under irrigation, this land w ill ".m<.mil of cash naw in
' Iv- 1 how" iv m i-'v- n iiy tr-r.
show whatever in matters pertain
given that on the
1 raise good crops of wheat, oats, fund.
Tin- L'idi>~' Afternoon (Hub has I
190" by or
ing lo range or other qtt stioiis of
All raod supervisors who failed made provi-ton fa- I be disposition |
I barley and alfalfa besides all or-
to make reports nt this term order of till the li rare books should ihe
¡dinary vegetables. The cattle
During the convention of lite
ed to file their reports anil return club la- discontinued. The c.irried | State of Oregon, for Harnev County
man is interested in irrigation be
their books to the clerk at or be motion reads thus: “Should 1 he of that date duly rendered ami enter
past week in Portland the tenden
cause lie sees that sooner or later fore the next regular term.
ed the undersigned u is npp n‘e l
cy lias been, according lo news
Ladies Afternoon Uliil> be discon-,
lie must raise fodder and must
Special Admir.i'trator of the E-
paper reports to advance policies
Final settlement with the road tinned, all books in the Ladies’ Li
grade up bis cattle. I le cannot do
of W N Jorgi nsen. deci ased
entirely detrimental to the smaller
master approved and report accept brary shall be given lo the public
creditorstake notice and p-rs-m-
this without irrigation; m fact ir
ed. As the court decided not to schools." So wo see that much
stockman, and the most danger
rigation is a necessety, for the appoint a road master, Pelt r Clem- good will result from this move I having claims against said estate, [
ous and detrimen’al of these is the
only natural product of the coun ens was appointed as a member of meat even if it should cease from 'are hereby notified to deliver them
proposal to sell glazing lands di
with the proper vouchers, duly |
try is butichgrass. The only land I the board of road viewers.
rapid growth for a time, The minds
rect to the stockmen. It appears
I verified as required by law to me
which now raises hay is the bot
In the matter of selecting a com - of our boys and girls are eagerly I at mv residence at Burns, Oregon
that they desire anything to gel
toms along the sti earns, which are
ty newspaper, it appearing to the reaching out fi r food other than the within six months from the expira
possession of the land.
overflowed by the freshets, and, court that The Times-Herald has work a-day text book
have tried various plans, at first
tion of the full period of publication
“We tire beginning to r alize that
¡therefore, naturally irrigated. But the largest circulation of any new--
of this notice, the first, publication!
holding the land or range on their
ÜBULGÜ zi , OGLXd-S,
this is wasteful irrigation, for the paper published in the county, it as a child readies the mysterious being on I he 19tlr day of Di mil ■ r
muscle; next, finding settlement
surplus water in some sections is was selected as the county official merging into manhood and woman 1903, ami being published tor four
advancing and the land being tak
so great that it prevents the low paper.
i weeks or five publie 'lions
en by home seekers in spite of
the found.'itions of his taste for real
lands from dry ing up in time to cut
Claim of II. M. Horton for jury or false jewels of literature.”—State
them, the big concernr secured
the hay in the fall. NVe want to fees dissallowed.
Sin-eiaI <1 '. i -
the w atering places and in some
use this surplus water by storing
Complete line on hand.
Sheriff icquested to file a bond
Therefore we hope to si e 11 large |
instances fencing large tracts of
it and diverting it acros the arid of $20,01)0 before receiving the tn x
number of school children present!
government land in orilei to hold
Notice is hereby given th.-at tlw
to hear many things they have not
the range for their own use; re-
••There are 10,000 square miles
cently an attempt was made to
On account, of the death of Mrs,
in Harney county , and a great
between J. J. Tllpker ai d
get a bill through congress to
Brock, sister of Coaiinissi ner
Wilson, under the firm
part of this is almost level land in
Miller, upon motion of Commis
lease the public range, This met
Tupker & Wilson, h is I
! Harney Valley, surrounding Mal sioner Williams the court look a
C. E Kenyon, assistant cashier solved by mutual consent, J. J.
with such a storm of dissaproval
heur and Harney Lakes, which recess out of respect of the associ of the Eirst National Bunk of On
that it was finally giyen up.
are fed by Silvies River from the ate, on Monday until Tuesday af tario, has leased the G. E. Cure! Tupker retiring from 'he tmsim
Should a law be passed allow
J. J. Tupker.
north and Blitzen River from the ternoon.
residence ami with his family is
ing stockmen the privilege of buy- |
Galvanized Pipe, Bl c k Pipe, Stova Pipe,
L. B. Carroll accepted as a coun new occupying the same.—Argus.
ing t inge land it would prove'
streams. The valley supports a ty charge.
Pipe Fictir-gs -All k nds.
disastrous to the West and for
Fresh bread and doughnuts
population of not over 4000. In
every d.-iyat Mrs Robbins’.
ever doom settlement.
RIFLtES, ?HO ■ CU
-OYCU” , AMMUNITION
Everything is in the name when
fad, much of the overflow land .s > district 10, made his report and
of nil kinds for all of fi rm
remain in its present stale and
it eomes tn Witch Hazel Salve, )»
hay land, which does not return same was accepted.
H n '- o' C
even worse for all time to come
<-igi gs, H anting
E C. DeWitt
... v Co
over $4 an acre a year. It does
• • • <s •
Judges and clerk of election ap
Small stockmen would simply be
.., . »
■'•as; s, Ete., Efe.
not seem right that a sea of water pointed in the various precincts.
compelled to retire fiom business
|8alvefrom NN itch H >z- I ihatisii|
should go to w aste anil an empire
- i . inc hardware
J. zN Vest appointed stock in
as they w ould be crowded out by
specific for piles. For blind. Id, ed
ol land lie idle, supporing such a spector for the ensuing year.
Galvanized, Bieck and Sm
concerns that have capital. Tile
ing, itching and protruding Piles,
"• —Doors, Wind ms, Glass,
handful of people, when by any
government would have no occa
Newt Hoover appointed super
thing like economical methods of
skin diseases DeWitt's Salve has
sion for a reclamation fund and
visor of road district No 2 He
Oliv i vhilleJ ’ L avs ,
irrigation it would support 25,000
' ’ V. s. Ci »ng Plow s,
no equal. This has given rise to
was required to furnish a bond in
the homestead law would heal
to 30,000 people.”
numerous worthless counterfeits.,
:sc ; ril s and Har-
th'1 sum of $2500 Peter Clemens
v.'ti rs- ail kinds
The law giving every citizen of |
sold by Burns druggists
the United States the privilege to I
The Times Herald was selcct-
Semi-annual report of the county
ide on t6o acres of land and make ed as the county official paper at
a home would just as well be re- the recent term of court without clerk examined and approved
pealed, as then- would be no land opposition, Alllb'Ugh tliei i w ere
In the m.tiler of the proposition
for him lo lile on.
no blowing of trumpets or noise of (¡rant Thornburg t > attempt to 0 MOPKINS & GARRETT
The delegation from Harney imide The I’imes-1 li raids sub- collect the am unit dm- the county • O nr< stil'. it the old stand ami
witli the j scription list has advanced quite from J C. Wooley on the judgment • (I still making those fm< -addles
idea of se.an ing am benefit from materially for the past six months in the case of Harney County vs A 4 that have become so popular
the organization, but mainly for Illi fact it has been remarkable. Gillings, et als for 50 per cent of
with the riders of this section.
the purpose of getting inside in Its subscription books are always the amount collected and to pay
Write 'hem for anything in
ail costs on the writ issued to the 4
the line of h.irmss, saddles,
formation in the schemes of the 'open 'o those interested and its
She'dal a it nH<m given, e
sheriff of G rant count , and hold
chaps, bridle- ete. if not con
corporations in order to be in a advertising columns speak well
un ¡• ul custom und
the county harmless co account,
Jeweler. ■ Optician
venient to call.
bettei position to foil their selfish for the confidence of the business
same was accept d and clerk or
I'll, v are Die -o|e agents in
and rotten work. The Tiint-s- men. The people of this county
dered to issue an exe.-u'ion.
this county for Security Stock
Hernld is pleased to know that appreciate the efforts of the man
Horst s K-ept by the dun,
the delegates were sent from this agement tn making it bright and
OPPOSITE Till P.
county and much good will 1)0 up to date as a local paper there A LECTURE ON OREGON HISTORV
ii.bl CLASS LIVERY TLRMHJTS. »
fore subsiTiptii.ns have been
l adies' Afternoon Cl uh Library c«Bd
Just Rece ved
Fall and ict r Goods
L ANG S.
( OK STOVES
rOR OR STOVES,
r X STOVES.
A PRÍ VE D
Ae: motor Wtindmills",
A erm tor Pumps,
Ir igat on “>umps,
BURNS LIVERY Af
Benefit by Mon. C. W
Hi Maisdcn certainly has the
gratitude of the people of this
section for the energetic manner
in which he presented sur irriga-
lion scheme in an interview in the
Oregonian of June n, and also
for the litmli words in regard to
railroad possibilities, lie showed
plainly that he had the subject
wellm hand, as w ell as being
backed up by convincing facts.
The doctor also puts the railroad
proposition before the people of
Portland in a most practical man
ner. He says in part, of our irri
gat ion scheme:
‘•The people of Oregon have
been asked by Mr. Newell, the
Stories about railroads to be
Imilt Inland Empire next year are
nmnetoiis, says an exchange.
These reports have been circulat
ed foi the last fifteen yeai- Why
some of these roads have not
been constructed is a mystery,
they are needed mil would pay
dividends. Some day they will
be buril, and it is not improbable
that next year will see the work
inaugurated. Long Cicek Light
"An Old H it Well Worn, but Í
Still New." is the subject i lh'sen by I
lion. C NV. Parrish for n I ■ tore to| $
lie iL-liv- red next N\ . dues.lay < veil Î
ing, J hi 2D. at the Bap'ist church
for the le'nefit of the I.ibrirv Aiu x
to the La.li< Afternoon < ml. It
is a most <!< s>- ving cau-. tnc* sure Í
to be inte'esting a I instructive to I
all who iiltcnd the lecture Mr
Parrish ia an eloqu-mt r- e .Iter, be <*
sides, being a Native S m, has his
auJ.jvct wei. ir hand
He ha< al-'
wave taken great intcroet in the
early history of Oregon To the
One of those tine meals at the echo >| childrei , . specially, will thia
• Cafe de Meade" of an evening will subject l»e of gr»at Lenetit and it lias
t>e. n arranged for all pupils of the
make you feel like a nee man.
'I :il und y ruin always
YOU KNOW TBI OLD SAYING
“AN III Nit »F lUHtNTAliYL IS »«Bill A POIND 01 URL.
• irm- O: • gnu.
Therefore do noi wait until you have become bedfast
.ketoyom c< million. Get vour cold and
cough inedu nes and have them on band—for now is the
season when \ oil are liab'e to take cold at any time. So
when von feel a cold coming on it is well to be prepared,
which ma» sive tow a great dcat of trouble and expense.
NN e ke p everything in the line of propretary medicine s
as well a- everything in the line iff drugs and m'vdic in, s for
Your Hector’s Prescriptions will Re-
ceix. The 3 st careful Attention.
The City Drug Store.
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
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