The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, February 13, 1904, Image 1

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VOL. XVII.
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, FEBRUARY 13, 1904.
TER VALLEY EXTENSION stated that some of the largest COUNTY COURT HOUSE BURNS edyucasiiun. What difference wood
DEATH OF THOMAS PRATHER
it mako to Willie if the shoe last
merchantile firms in Berns were
.JOHN D. DALY, I’m
N. U. (ARPENTER, C amus «,
did
way more when it cum down. Former Harney Valley Pioueer passes
. FRANK R. COFFIN, V ick P ues .
making arrangements to haul their
A. (’. WELCOME, Asar. ('Asmica.
Hu couldn’t sei junk on them bases
It»
Away in Montana
ENT ECCLES REFUSES TO MAKE' freight through this city from FIRE DESTROYS UPPER STORY 0^
Never mind teechin’ Wil|ie sience.
Shaniko
beginning
early
in
the
RASH PROMISES.
BUILDING AT PRINEVILLE.
He won’t need it in basebal, and
spring. Mr. Watts has spent the
The Pioneer, published at Big
OF BURNS, OREGON.
furthermor we doan’t want enny Timber, Montana, in 'its issue of
past three months in the vicinity of
ackrobats
dooin
leeps
4
life
off
the
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
Jan. 21 reports the death of Thomas
a Point to a Long Extension of the Burns where general dif satisfaction
and Effective Work of the Firemen rufe for the benefit of doctors and
with the merchants at Huntington Prompt
Prather
who
was
among
the
first
ad This Ycar--To Confer With
for (
Saved House From Total Destruc |
’
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
hospital students. It's well enufi settlers in this valley and owned a
0. R. & N. at Portland.
¡8 expressed. Three of the business
t Bur
tion*-Records all Saved.
for rich men’s sons, wot has nothin’ stock ranch on Prather creek.
S tockhoi . dbiis :—John D. Daly, Frank R. Coffin, N. U. Carpenter, R. J.
firms which have concluded to
tn.
Williams, J. W. Geary, C. Cummin«, H . M. Horton, C. A. Haines, Win .
President David Eccles of the make the change in shipping routes
Fire, starting from the roof, par­ 2 do but keep gettin well and havin Many of our old timers were well
Jones, Thomas Davis.
*Se"*HNler Valiev Railroad who is are: Voegtly, Miller A Haines, and tially destroyed the second story of relapses. But wot a poor man’s son acquainted with the deceased and
State anti County l/Jarrants bought at the marketfirief.
urns
from Utah and left last Lunaburg A Dalton.
the courthouse at 8 o’clock this wants is how 2 reed his own name will be sorry to learn of his demise.
light fi>r Portland and Hood River
when
lie
sees
it
in
print,
If
Willie;
These three shippeis ar.etamong morning, says the Prineville Jour­
I his bank is Insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
The pioneer gives the following
datimrhera he has large business inter- the heaviest freighters in Burns and nal. The offices on the fust floor shood ever be a mooter man on 11 \ account of his life. It says here-
or hold up day or night.
• con stewhen asked hy a Baker City the change made in bringing their and the county court room were electrick car, they cood rite down sided in Grant county—this being
te. Jemocrat reporter what he intended merchandise by the way of Prine­ not damaged and work will be re­ ennything at a koroner’s inquest as in Grant county at the time:
Mgr®
l^'s Beft8on
th6 wa-v ex" ville means a considerable increase sumed in them as soon as the wa- his evidence and he woodn’t know
Thomas Theodore Prather was
i ensioti of the road into the John of business at this point.—Prine­ ter and dirt can be cleaned ou t. it. So lot this koinmunercashun be born in Clermont, Ohio, on Dec. 21,
)ay gcountry, Canyon City and ville Journal.
warnin to you. Your’s trooly,
The damage to the building will
1843. At the age of 10 months his
•■»ooeo oeo oeo- oer» oer>
nt’ Turns, said:
Mrs. Hennerr B Leathers.
amount to $2000 which is fully cov
parents died of typhoid fever and
M. A i . kxandkr . I’ hkhidknt .
E H. T est , Cashier
ms, QI «i»ever Jo any talking untill I
W m . J ones , V ice -I* hksipent .
C. E. K enyon , Aset. Cashier
he was then cared for by relatives
WAS DISCHARGED FROM ASYLUM. ered by insurance.
___ un ready to act. We do not believe
County Clerk J. J. Smith had
Sheriff Lawrence, who left Vale until be was 16 years old, when in
n giving the public a lot of hot air Ad Gared Refused Admission and Will been in the building only a few
week
or so ago for Nebraska to 1859, with an uncle he journej-ed
a
_ ^hont what may or may not be dona.
minutes when the blaze was dis- bring back one J. II. Slattery, held by oxteam overland to Douglas
Be Tried for Murder.
is D>v firm be.ief, from the inves-
covered. A fire had beon .-tarted on a charge of horse-stealing, and county, Oregon Here he remain­
OREGON '
ONTARIO »
¡gallon we have already made, that
Santa Rosa, February 3.—Sheriff in the county court room stove and wanted here, arrived home Sunday, ed until 1862 when he enlisted in
""he Country south and west of Frank Grace returned to this city Mr Smith had just built a lire in
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Co. C, First Oregon cavalry and
,, Whiwey, including the valleys in this morning with murderer Ander­ the clerk’s office when the smell of haying failed 10 get his man. Slat­ remained with his company until
tery was arrested jointly with one
We Solieit Yoer Banking Business.
p/^thicb are situated Prairie City,
son Garred in his custody. The smoke led to the discover of the of our citizens here. However discharged. Mr. Prather then re­
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Win. Jones, E. H. Test,
1 f.nvJMiyon City and Burn«, is very Sherifl took Garred, who prior to burning roof which had been set on
turned to Douglas cour.ty and for a
c. E. Kenyon, II. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
Eirich in natural resources of all kinds his killing of former Sheriff Mc­ fire, it is thought by the sparks through some technicality of the year followed agriculture and cattle
Miller, Frank R. Collin, Thos. Turnbull.
Vri>nd would pay well to develop« for Kinnon of Oregon last year, was an from the chimney. A 40 mile gale law the requisition papers were not raising. He then sold out and re­
honored
by
Nebraska,
and
the
pris
­
" ‘'j i transportation line, at least it escape from Ukiah asylum, back was blowing at the time and the
turned to Ohio After eighteen
ii(j ¿would seem that the country would to thatl'nstitution. The authorities flames were given a draft. Only oner was turned loose. There is yet months spent in the scenes of his
len ( i«uppei I a road in a few years, refused to admit him and gave him the prompt, and effective work of a wny out of this matter. It is high youth he again set out for Oregon
her GThe further extension of our road his discharge papers, holding that the tire companies saved the build­ time this matter of horse-stealing 1 going by way of the Isthmus of
was put a stop to. It has been go­
will iepend somewhat upon circum-
he was not a fit inmate for the asy­ ing and those across the street from ing on from year to year in Mal­ Panama He engaged in buying
itanaes and the arrangements we lum. Grace accordingly rearrested total destruction
HOWARD SEBREE, PMUOIUV
». •. WHITE, V ici P rikochv
heur and Harney counties unabated, j cattle and selling them in the fall
ban jpake with connecting lines for
W. R. SEBREE, C ashisr
Both fire companies were soon on A vigorous campaign should be in-1 in Washington and California
Garred for the murder of McKinnon
,he olehange of business.”
Later he engaged in the manufac­
and kept him in the jail at Ukiah the ground and inside of 35 min­
Frlrn one who is close to head- over night, To-day the discharge utes the flames were extinguished. augurated against these jackals. ture of buckskin gloves but in this
» 0 (a
luarlers"
it is learned that the papers were filed in court, Garred Almost all of the second story was Comparatively few of these offend­ venture he lost money so he again
iuar|<
iter
Valley
people have con- will be tried regularly for murder. wiped up, but with systematic ers have been captured and brought. turned his attention to cattle rais­
Epump
.emplated building about one hun- —Press dispatch to the San Fran- work the firemen confined the to justice. Bring Slattery back, ing. He recouped his financial
and let him and those with whom
.1 retail nd ten miles of exlenson ibis cisco Examiner.
flames to the upper floor.
CALDWELL, IDAHO
he is accused, have an impartial j losses and in 1872 removed to
_ year It is known lhat they have
As soon as the fire was discover­ trial. If they are innocent, so j Grant county, Oregon. On Feb.
J most of the material on hand and
ed all books and records in all the much the better If they are guilty, 22, 1872, he was united in mar­
A General Banking Business Transacted
A Cure For Eczema
"
{j; ahave the equipment here with which
offices ivere put into the fire proof let them suffer the penalty of the riage to Miss Lucinda Jane Marri-
|| otjloojferate the extended road. The
My baby had Eczema so ba<> safes and so far as known, nothing
I man of Jackson county, Ore , and
revolution in traffic matters that that its head was a solid mass of of value has been lost. While the law.—Vale Gazette.
the fruits of this union were a
would occur with the completion of scabs, and its hair all came out I fireman were fighting the flames
daughter,
Kate, now the wife of A.
Some Winter.
1 this •xtention is apparent to the tried many remedies but none from the outside, the county clerk,
J. Bryant of this citv, and a son
most casual observer. A vast em- seemed to do any permanent good sheriff and deputies, with the as­
'.ZNZS/S.
The past week the weather has William Thomas Prather.
Portlpire jo the southwest of Baker City until I used DeWitt’s Witch Hazel sistance offered, gathered up the
(for
ten
years
he
continued
in
• •••only «wails transportation facilities Salve. The Eczema is cured, the books and papers and carried out been the most disagreeable of the
winter. The wind has been blow­ Grant county and was successful in
to ma ike it one of the richest coun- scabs are gone and the little one’s the furniture.
ing at. it rapid rate giving us a the business of raising cattle and
iin the world from every view scalp is perfectly clean and healthy,
INCORPORATED I847
little snow here in the valley and I horses. In 1882 he moved to Mon­
mines, agriculture, stock, and its hair growing beautifully
Issues
all
forme
of
sound
life
insurance
at
tholowe
t rates. Our policies
Western Ways.
more in the mountains. The ther- tana and located on a ranch about
guarantee after three payments are made
r. fruit, all can only be devel- again. I cannot give too much
seven
miles
west
of
this
city.
Here
Mrs. R. F. Claypool was a West­ inotnetor registered 3 below Tues­
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract.
their fullest extent by a praise to DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
II. A paid up policy.
fall visitor Friday of last week.
day morning the coldest yet record­ he engaged in sheep raising until
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
Salve.—Frank Farmer, Bluff City,
1900 when he engaged in cattle
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
John Daly passed through West­ ed this winter.
iiein Portland Mr. Eccles will Kv. In buying Witch Hazel Salve
puna
raising. He was a hard worker
INVESTIGATE
BEFORE L’OIF INSURE.
1 the
conference with President A. look out for counterfeits. DeWitt’s fall on his road home Friday.
and conservative in his dealings
in <lif
An
Early
Riser.
Sherman
&
Harmon,
R. Il Bonediet,
iler,
of
the
O.
R.
A
N.
and
it
l'r*(l(ia^^K— ----------- ----
is the original and the only one
Al Weatherly and Carl Iiiley, of
General Agents.
District Manager.
through which characteristics he
: os'i is faif to presume that the two presi- containing pure Witch Hazel. The Drewsey were in Westfall Saturday
Marrpiamjlldg.,
II. A. Dillard, Agent.
succeeded
in
accumulating
a
com
­
A strong, healthy, active consti­
Portland, Or,
Burns, Or.
:'i>. dentilwill arrive at some under- name E. C. DeWitt A Co., is on evening on their way home from a
tution depends largely on the con­ petency, and was considered one of
0PE standing as to interchange of busi- every box. Sold by Burns drug­ trip to Nevada.
dition of the liver. The famous lit the wealthy men of this county.
J>! Vness ill southeastern Oregon via gists.
Wm. Altnow, of Drewsey was a tie pills known as DeWitt’s Little
v Baker City. The public has confi­
China New Year.
caller
at Our Western Wavs oilice Early Risers not only cleanse the
dence that the people who opened
WERE REFUSED BONDS.
one day last week. Mr. Altnow is system but they strengthen the ac­
up the mining camps contiguous to
China Tom pai
one of the leading stockmen of the tion of the liver and reduild the tis­
Sumpter and put a large timber
...AND...
visit
the other day and informed
Geo T. Miller ar.d James Colwell, Otis Valiev,
sues supporting that organ. Little
eat. field In the market will carry oh the
us
China
New
Yeat
would
begin
Early Risers are easy to act, they tomorrow, Feb. 14
good work and in the near future who were brought to Burns a few
at midnight,
weeks ago from the penitentiary for
Relief in One flinute.
s, i
neaver gripe and yet they are abso­
o
S
>
d
rich
John
Day
and
Harney
great
religious
He
desired
that
the
I stoi—
lutely certain to produce results
Affords the (people of East and Central Oregon nil the opportunity of a
counties
as contributors to the a new trial for the murder of Warren
L_
inform
the
public
that
on
Tuesday,
One
Minute
Cough
Cure
dyspes
gives
Curtis, March 22, 1902 and who
first class modern Bu»inei>s College. It is a fiume institution covering
that are satisfactory in all cases. Feb H>, at 3 o'clock p. in. the China­
bowel • worii's markets.
every course involved in Bueine»» Collego work
II» rate» are flu* num»
have been trying to get out on relief jn one minute, because it kills Sold by Burns Druggists.
men would fire off 1 00,(XX),(XX) fire
tion ot
as charged elsewhere and the method» are the same, tit 11 loot» ndmittbd
the microlte which tickles the mu-
bonds,
will
have
to
remain
in
jail
ves tot
It Rains Mud.
nt any time, Instruction nt the College or bv mail. During the Hummer
crackers and that horserne < should
until circuit court meets in Burn» C.OU9 membrane, causing the cough,
month» the College will conduct a
There is a little paper published be careful not to hitch their teams
orksd
lenomena which seems to next April, according to a decision | and nt the same time clears the in the state penitentiary of Min­ in the vicinity.
trail
¡.every one and is ns yet lin­ rendered by Judge Clifford early phlegm, draws out the inflamma­ nesota Prison Mirror, which pro­
ummer
ormal chool
un
This matter is given for the pur­
tion and heals and soothes the af­
» «TX bi
ed. oveured here Thursday, this week
pose of warning people who have
For teacher» and others who «lesire a reviewing or propaialory course.
The parties appeared by brief, fected parts. One Minute Cough pounds the following question:
wer of rain came up in the
tea
ins.
For
«peelmen» of pen work, ami full information on Busin«»« College aub-
“
Why
is
it
from
the
first
con
­
remai
n which proved to be not Weatherford <£• Wyatt for Miller 1 Cure strengthens the lungs, wards
jecte. ndilre»»
itekp»
ception
of
our
paper
until
the
pre
­
and
Colwell
and
Wm.
Miller
for
off pneumonia and is a harmless
glvint
it drops of mud. Windows
Have You indigestion.
it thaï
and never failing cure in all cura- sent time we have never had an
M. 33.
T’xirx.,
ewalks were spattered with State of Oregon.
Judge Clifford, in refusing the de­ | ble cases of Coughs, Colds and | editor to sojourn in our midst?
d the apperence of hats
If you have Indigestion. Kodot1
ExiirxS, Oxogforx.
lend the impression that fendants bail, said: “My opinion Croup One Minute Cough Cure is , Other professions have been well Dyspepsia Cure will euro you. Il
Of preachers we ha» cured thousands. It is curing
men had been standing on is that under sec. 1494 of Bilfinger pleasant to take, harmless and represented.
eads. The fact that trains ; and Cotton’s code when the pr<>of of good alike for young and old. Sold have had enough to furnish sub­ people every day—every hour. You j
Ig from both the east and the . presumption of guilt is evident or hy Burns druggists.
sistence to an African chief for a owe it to yourself to give it a trial i
ere covered with the sub­ , strong, and the party is charged
year; doctors in sufficient numbers You will continue to suffer untill |
Ährest.
demonstrates that this I with murder in any degree the de­
to depopulate a state and enough you do try it Then- is no other j
fendant» are not entitled to bail.”
trick of the elements is not
comdinntion of digestants that di- i
Deer Teecher—I am »endin' our l i.versto establish a good sized ge«t and rebuild at the same time.
r* local. Various theories — Blue Mt. eagle.
colony
in
Hades.
But
editors
—
Willie with a inclosed exkuse for
Kodol doos both Kodol cure»/ Prompt attention to all kinds of Draying
en’advanced as to its cause. |
An Elopement.
I his absent» during the time ho wuz 1 not one.”
strengthens and rebuilds. Sold by
prevailing idea seems to be 1
Editors are too honest.
and Transfer Business.
ere has been a volcanic erup- ; - Last Saturday evening the boy away from skool, which will explane
Burns Druggist«
why
he
wuz
not
there.
It
is
a»
For
rush
orders
use ’phone cnain 324
tnewbere.
Russell wlio was serving a 12 days’ much your fait as Willie's that he
ever the only thing of thia I sentence in the county jail for
patronize bouses chat d splat) the “Green Flag.
known to occur recently is breaking in a bouse at Lawen, made wasn't to skool You told him that
The Finest of All
¡»patches from Amsterdam his escape and has not been seen anything that fell for anny distant»
that the volcano Morapi in • by the officers since. It nccured wood inkrease in wait, a» it desend
deliveryman
nd of Java, is in a state of just before the prisoners were lock- ed and Willie put a pare of kail­
1 and pouring forth hot ed in the cells for the night. The in the front yard under the bai
nd ashes, but we do not pro officers had intended to send the window, and went op on the roof to
Far Sale Oaly al
l»e sufficiently advanced in boy ont on the stage Monday, so he let a ahoeinaki r’s last fall, and sea
ence to judge the feasibility raved the county the expense of his bow much it wood way at the bot­
tom, and fell off hisself and frack-
x planation on this scale — board and stage fare
tured his spinal column ju«t l-elow
ng ton Herald.
TRISCO A DONEGAN, Proprietor».
the kitchun-window. He was lade
First Church Christ Scientist, npp for 3 weak» and 2 day» Now
EH1HT TO COME THIS W AY.
services Sunday 3 p m, at the par­ if you don't stop such ncneei
lors of the Cottage Hot»-| Prayer your leeching, I will I»
ZsÆcilze Tlxls Headquaitois
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 loreport the nfftre
First National Bank
ne
li
* I
e
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
I
I
I.
• first Rational Bank
PENN MUTUAL. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF PHUflDELPHIfl
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
S
N
S
GENERAL DELIVERY
and Trucking
A. L. HUNTER,
Hotel Burns Bar
Agents, Burns, One
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
Bums,
Oregon.