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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, JANUARY 23, 1904.
TTLE GROWERS ORGANIZE weilder of Prineville, R. M. Stan- DEATH OF
1ATI0N FORMED TO PROTECT
-■ Market Will Be Established at Port
land-William Hanley Made Presl-
deat of Organization.
fard of Pendleton and William
Jones of West Fall, Malheur county;
legislation, J. L. Sitz of Harney
county. F. W. Metcalfe of Ontario
and Pierce Mays of Portland. A
sanitary committee is also^provided
for by the by-laws, but it was not
considered necessary to appoint it
A board of control, consisting of
the president, secretary and three
members of the executive commit
tee. is to direct the policy of the
association. The board is Presi
dent William Hanley, Secretary
Grant Maye and John Caviness, of
Union County; W. L. Gibson, of
Ontario, and Geo W. Owens of Ash
land. The other officers of the
association are: William Metcalfe,
of Ontario, first vice-president; C
F. Fulton, of Wasco, second vice-
president. and II. M. Stanford of
MONAHAN of their journey Charles handed the A K Richardson assisting
reins to the doctor, while he lit his same...............................
J H Loggan same.............
pipe. The party reached a steep J C Welcome & Son hob
hill, which the road descended. bles and belt for Egbert
FOR OVER 18 YEARS.
Kept Her Secret Until Death Revealed Iler
Sex-Posed as a Cow Boy and
Rode Ihe Range.
JOHN D DAI.Y, I’ hks
FRANK R.COFFIN, Vier: I’m s
First National Bank
Here the snow had melted and and leather for pump .
frozen until the whole broad ex G W Clevenger burial of
OF BURNS, OREGON.
panse was one glare of ice. But — Moore indigent un
der contract.................. 50 00 50 00
(he doctor was confident, the team Pacific States Tel & Tel
Accounts oi Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
ambitious, and when the sleigh be
Co messages and rental
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
for Dee and Jan........... 27 90 27 90
gan crowding both horses jumped
D. Daly. Frank K. Coffin, N U. Carpenter, K. J.
into a wild run. The doctor mount
Williams, J. W. Geary, C. Cummins, H . M Horton, C. A. Haines, Win.
ed to his feet in his efforts to con prisoners up to and in
cluding Jan 5, *04....... 104 50 104 50
lunes, Thomns Davis.
trol them; and a‘beautiful contest I Mrs 11 E Smith board for
Stat» anti County Warrants bought at the market price.
it was Charles says the pace the Mrs Rhodes six weeks . 36 00 36 00
team cut out was furious, and had l.unaburg 4 Dalton sup
This bank Is insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
plies for county poor... 15 05 15 05
or hold up day or night.
never been equaled on the road.
Chunks of ice wer-- thrown from the
and reburying Salvador
flying heels of the team and the i Olveras for Marsden . 15 00 Contili
swift-moving runners. A sudden Glass & Prudhome book
lurch or slight turn to right or left dup. tax receipts......... 7 50 7 50
would have sent the occupants of J P Farr* guarding jail
• .-»ooao <»•«->
.-»•<-> r»er> ra«r> <■»•«■> owo-w
Il nights....................... 33 00 33 00
• JOHN D DALY, I’ iii - sidknt .
M. ALEXANDER, ViCK-Pnmimtirr. i
the sleigh sprawling to the ground Brancroft
Whitney & Co
But no such turns were permitted
vol 42 Ore Report.........
If the doctor could not check the H C Smith 43 days livery
team he could guide and hold them at $4 per day $26 deduct
ed on acet of Alberson’s
Bveady. This he did until the bot claim
OF ONTARIO, OREGON. J
for use of a horse 172 00 146 00 ;
tom of the hill was reached and the T G Johnson serving sub
Aecotints of Corporations, Firms and Individuals 5
ascent made half way up the next poena State vs Dicken
one, when the spent team was son ................................. 4 00 4 00 ,
brought to a more civilized pace. Schubener Bros for 1 rifle
Here the doctor surrendered the and 1 pistol by Saxton 26 50 Contili
Schubener Bros board and
rein with the firm conviction that lodging for Saxton....... 8 00 8 00 ' ter, William Miller, E. II Test, 'l'hos. Turnbull.
he had broken the record.
Schubener Bros board and
II. is understood that he deduct lodging for Ankeney al
oev- ♦ -oaoo o*
ed $1 50 from his fares when he lowed Nov..................... 5 00 Disal’d
Hopkins A Garrett truss
paid I hem, doutless feeling that an
and belt for Co charge
expert is worthy of his hire.
Burns-Diamond Stage Co
■The first attempt that has ever
The story of the life of Joe Mon
ger, made to organize the Oregon
ahan, given to us by Fred Palmer
Bttle industry was peifected yee-
of Jordan Valley, sounds like a
Kday morning by those Oregon
romance. He passed from this
■ttlemen who have been attending
earth at the home of Barney Mal
Be livestock convention, when they
loy, on Sucker Creek, Jan 5, 1904.
Bgunited the Oregon Calllegrow-
Strange to say, his identity was
m ’ h Association, says the Sunday’s
not discovered until the time of bis
Oregonian. They were forced to be-
death. We are speaking of him as
i|n their werk late in the week on
a man, as he was known as one of
■count of the business of the other
the boys on the range Joe Mona
■soeiatious earlier, but the biggest
han was a woman. Who knows
eattlegrowers in this part of the
what hidden secrets lie back of her
Country, who are interested and at
life to have caused her to side track
•lie head of the new organization,
herself from the Sunnyside of life—
nean to make it a go.
perchance from a happy home, fath
A Prominent Young Man Dead.
■ The Cattlegrowers’ Association
er, mother, brother and sisterB, and
B a direct outgrowth of the Nation
At the home of Mrs Wilhelmina friends—and pose as a cowboy and
al Livestock Convention and con Schmidt, ir. Bear valley, yesterday ride the ranges. Perhaps Iter death
fide™ itself as yet no stronger than morning occured the death of her may reveal the secrets of the form
|n infant in arms. But the officer« son, Oscar Schmidt
er life of this child of the plains
Ind the board of control, as well as
On the 21st of December, 1903, Up to the time of her death she
Ihe various committees were pick- the young man was taken ill with had lived in the Sucker creek
id from the most cative and suc- a hemorrhage of the lungs, which country 17 or 18 years. She own
lessful men in the business, and it is said was the result of lifting a ed a ranch there and had accumu
■attlemen are noted for not letting heavy hay rack from a wagon, lated some 70 or 80 bead of caitie.
Ihe bunch grass grow under their While ho bad been in frail health This was her headquarters Dur
fare for A G Ankeney..
all his life, he had not previously ing this time she engaged in various
W W. ’frown, the Fife sheep C 11 Leonard 4 days coun
I The activity of the association exhibited any sign of a serious lung pursuits—worked in the mines, man, was in Prineville the first of ty examination of teach
ers ................................... 12 00 12 00
|vas hinted at yesterday afternoon trouble. Dr. Ashford had been al herded sheep for Mr. Palmer for the week, on his way to Portland Phobe Geary same........... 12 00 12
it the meeting of the executive most constantly by his side since two years. Many here were well to attend ihe national livestock as Schwartz a Budehnan sup
ommiltee, which contains a meni- his first illness, and everything acquainted with “Joe,” as sb« was sociation, which cor.venes this plies for county poor... 22 85 22 85
er from nearly every county in possible was done to restore the familiarly called on the ranges, all week. Mr. Brown says he has suf H W Welcome A Co sup
plies for county officers
the state, is to be confined at pre young man’s health.
of whom speak in the highest terms ficient hay to winter his sheep and II M Horton lime and 10 30 10 30
sent to issues that can be handled
He will be brought to this city of her. Although her peculiarities is not therefore worried over the truss for county poor
readily. Bigger propositions like today and will be laid to rest to- at times roused Suspicion her iden shortage of range grass. — Prineville Lee Wilson work on road 17 00 17 00
schemes for packinghouses, the morrow at 12 o’clock in the Odd tity was nover revealed until the Review
Upton Worthington3 days
attendance as grand
forest reserve and grazing questions Fellows cemetery in this city under shadow of death cast its vail over
kill be left alone until the next the auspices of Hobah lodge No 22. the prostrate form of Joe Monohan
SCHEDULE OF EXPENDITURES.
Robert Bowling same
J-egular meeting which is to lake I. O. O. F., of this city of which be and her spirit was wafted over the
Ross E Moores A Co legal
place in Portland in about two is a member.— Blue Mt. Eagle.
divide—perhaps to dear ones who Showing, as by law required, the amount blanks........................... 22 50 22 50
have preceded her. It is sad, in of claims presented, Hlexl ami recorded The Irwin Hodson Co reg
Questions that will be taken up
deed, for one to die away from against the County of Harney, State of istration supplies......... 129 00 129 00
THE CATTLE OUTLOOK.
Oregon, and the amount allowed at the Lewis & McIIargue for
Immediately are those connected
home among strangers, without January term of County Court, 11104: team and driver.........
The cattle outlook for the com having had the hand of a ’loving
kith the preliminary organization,
Pacific I.ive Stock Co work
a ( m ’ t . ULM’n. ai .’ w ’ b .
ro let all the cattlegrowers in the ing season is better than a few mother or a sister to soothe their TO WHOM ISSUED.
on roads......................... 55 00 55 (M)
Pacific Live Stock Co lum
Mate into the organization, stopping months ago. and from present indi aching brow.
Ira Ruble, Road Master’s
18 49 18 49
kt nothing less that 1000 members. cations there will be a great de
Could the secrets of this lady be voucher No. 59.1...........I $ 56 25 $ 25 ber sold to county
Is the first determination. It is to mand for stock of all kinds, but it revealed no doubt it would furnish
N Brow n A Sons mclro for
be the duty of all members to boom is possible the prevailing prices will material for n great romance about James Smith, same, 63.
county ........................ 24 15 24 15
20 25 20 25
Ihe association and a large measure not equal those that have been paid the life and adventures of Joo Mon Peter Clemens, same, 61 a 900 9 00 Harney Co. News printing
If its success will have to come growers during a few years pre ahan, who now sleeps beneath the Peter Clemens, same, 61 b 81 00 81 00 for county...................... 21 00 21 00
151X1 1500 [ Tlie Times-Herald same. .
Loin their efforts, but the hard vious to 1903. This is certainly range. She was about 40 or 45 Peter Clemens, same, 65
Dave Turner, same, 60 . . .
5 63 Cal Geer rebate on taxes
fork of looking up and informing encouraging to growers since it is years of age.
for 1902 for using wide
Chas Frye, same, 67
18 00 18 00
111 the cattlemen in the state of the far better to have a large demand
Joe Monahan, was buried on E J Dorman, same, 56... 14 62 14 62 tired wagon.................. 4 (X) Disal’d
lurpose of the association will fall for cattle at fair prices than to ex Sucker creek by her many friends. John E Johnson see journ
W L Marsden holding in
12 26 12 26
quest John Cardwell
In Grant Mays, of the Dalles, the perience many jears like the past —Vale Gazette.
al entry............................ 1188
60 1188 60
Harry C Smith juror at
W L Jones Road Mastet’s
Ecretary. It is up to him to carry year when there was no opportunity
voucher No. 66............
me business through, so think the to dispose of anything unless it Cured After Suffering 10 Years.
U S Reynolds, same, 65.
2 50 W C Byrd same..............
ixecutiye committee, and they was in prime condition for beef.
M II Brenton same.........
W P Robbins services in
Those who have handled cattle
lave confidence in his ability. He
B. F. Aare, Supt Miami Cycle A
Road Dist. 7.................. 121 75 121 75 J J Tupker same..............
is given carte blanche to carry the during past seasons are already in Mfg. Co. Middleton, O. suffered for H C Corbin, same, Dist. 6 150 55 150 55 E H King same................
Geo D Ilagey same.........
ksociation through its troublesome receipt of inquiries from eastern ten years with dyspepsia He spent C E McPheeters care1 and
(Continued on pago two.)
khildhood and the executive com buyers regarding the cattle outlook, hundreds of dollars for medicine keep of county poor, in
cluding Jan. 12, ’04 . 347 91 327 91
which is interpreted by some to in and with doctors without receiving Illume
mittee is ready to foot the bills.
<k Matney, reward
Just One fllnute.
I The ultimate object of the asso- dicate a greater demand and better any permanent benefit. He says for arrest and conviction
Bation is to protect the general in-
“One night while f?eling exception of Clark and Milam for
One Minute Cough Cure gives
Brests of cattlemen, to have com- coming year.— Blue Mt. Engle,
ally bad I was about to throw down stealing stock................ 250 00 250 00
Sol Alberson services and
relief in one minute, because it kills
Bitlees that will be able to speak
the evening paper when I saw an expenses assisting Sax
tlie microbe which tickles the mu
Br the cattle industry to the rail
A Vest-Pocket Doctor.
item in the paper regarding the ton in search for Egbert 15 00 15 00
membrane, causing the cough,
Bads, the legislature and the
merits of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Sheriff Humboldt county,
the same time clears the
Never in the way, no trouble to I concluded to try it and while I
Bickers. The first thing that it
Nev. 36 days board for
draws out the inflmnation
■ 11 do is to establish an open mar- carry, easy to take, pleasant and had no faith in it 1 fell better aft<-r
and sooths the affected
Bl at Portland and handle it in a never failing in results are DeWitt’s the second dose.. After using two
jail 34 nights................ 102 00 102 00
Banner that will give the smaller Little Early Risers. A vile ofj bottles I am stronger and better II E Felton, same, 5 days 15 00 15 00 parts, One Minute Cough Cure
■ rehasers of cattle an equal ad- these little pille in the vest pocket than I have been in years, and I Ed Snuffer same 11 night* 33 00 33 00 strengthens the lungs, wards off
pneumonia a Ad is a harmless and
■nt-rge with the bigger institutions. is a certain guarantee against head recommend Kodal Dyspepsia Cure Duke Young bal due on
failing cure in all curable
Bn- cattlemen feel bound to no ache, biliousness, torpid liver and to my friends and acquaintances trip to Winnemucca and
Coughs, Colds, and Croup.
Be and are powerful to aid whom of all the ills resulting from consti suffering with stomach trouble.”
Ijiwen............................ 47 25 47 25 One Minute Cough Cure is easy to
Bey please. As President William pation. They tonic and strengthen Sold by Burns druggists
Seth Bower A Co nails for
take harmless and good alike for
Ban ley, of Burns, sayB: “We will the liver. Sold by Burns druggists.!
and old. Sold by Burns
Ive the little fellows a chance, and
M II Brenton guarding
ER. MARSDEN, EXPERT DRIVER.
B them understand that they can NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR.
Peter Clemens paid out
By directly from us readily.”
Dr. Marsden, the genial Burns for filing saws, etc........ 5 25 5 25
J. U. Dodson came over from I
I Several committees were appoint
To all whom it may concern: physician, was the unintentional Electric Light A Power
Adel and Spent Sunday and Mon-
■ yesterday by the executive Notice is hereby given that the un hero of a record-breaking ride down Co lights for Nov. and
day in Lakeview. While here he
Bmmiitee from among their own dersigned was on the 19th day of one of the hills this side of Whit Dec. lamps and repairs 47 30 47 90 completed the purchase of the
lembers as provided in the by- I Dec. 1903, by the County Court of ney. Others enjoyed (’) the sen Jasper Davis^drawingjury
Boyd ranch in South Warner from
Iws of the association. Perfect Harney County Oregon, duly ap sation and noveltv of the steep de list for Harney precinct
Mrs. Edward Gray. Consideration
300 •3,0 X).—Lakeview Examiner.
karimity existed during the ap- pointed as Executor, with will an- scent, but the doctor was reinsman,
Lintment of these committees, the (I)exed, ,,f the estate of Jorgen Jor-
says the Grant county News
Bject of every one being to give all KenRen deceased, and all persons
The Burns contingency wns too
The Finest of All
Bria of the etale representation, having claims against said estate strong numerically to find co-.yey
laturally, however, Eastern and are hereby notified to present the ance in the regular transportation
buthern Oregon have received the same duly verified as by law service Io Whitney, and Cha.« Par
■ Ik of the appointments, the cattle required, to the undersigned, at rish took over a crowd consi«t«ng of
Idustry being much more promi- Burns, Oregon, or to George Hayes Dr. Marsden, Win Hanley arid
knt there than in the vallgy.
Atty, at Law at Burns, Oregon, wife, Mel Fenwick, H B Smith
F»r Sale Holy at
| The committees are as follows: within six months of this date.
and Eddie Egli from Canyon City
lockyards, W. L. Gibson, of Mai
C H. VotOTT.T.
Enough snow had fallen to make
Pur,. 8. W. Kilgore, of Klamath
Executor with will annexed of sleighingjgood from Prairie City on.
nd George W. Hunt of Portland; the Estate of Jorgen Jorgenson de and the hack was exchanged for a
knsportation, R M Stanford of ceased.
sleigh at that place.
Undleton, John Pelton of Ashland
The party fared well and mude
fluents, Burns, Ore
nd Joe Combo of John Day. Grant
Up-to-date job printing at reason good time, drawn hr a .mettlesome
r»onty; finam-e. William Wurti- able prices.
• pan of horses On the latter pa-* i
^■'Pothci 1 Bro* , Distributers. Portland, Oregon
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
Hotel Burns Bar
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
S. F. WHITE, Vice P>il»iMHT
HOWARD SEBREE, PntMoesT
W. R. SEBREE, C.SHitn
first national Bank
A General Banking Business Transacted
ä ä ä
/ z . A -.
i PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
Issues all forms of sound life insurance at the lose I rates, t liir policies
guarantee after three payments are made
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the con tract.
11. A paid up policy.
III. Ixzan or cash surrender value.
Unexcelled a« a dividend payer.
INVESTIdATE ttEFOIlE 1’011' IWHE.
It. II Benedict,
II. A. Dillard, Agent.
Sherman 4 Harmon,
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
AITonla the people of East rix I Cential Oregon nil the opportunity of n
first class modern BusinesH College. It is 11 home institution covering
every course involved in Business College work
Ils rales arc the same
11s charged ehewliero and the methods me the same Students nd mi I ted
nt any time. Instruction nt the College 01 bv mail. During the summer
months the College will conduct a
S ummer N ormal S chool
For teaobers nod other* who dem re a reviewing or preparatory course
For Rpeciinens of pen work, and full informiition on IhisinesH College sub
Zxzr. : el Eeigr-b-sr, r’xin..,
Prompt attention to all kinds of Graying
and Transfer Business.
For rush orders use ’phons main 324
PaiLi/iza bouses chat d splay th? Gœeo fiaej.'
A. L. HUNTER,
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TRISCH <tr DONKGAN. Proprietors