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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1904)
RN PEOPLE ARE
TO THE WEST
LAND been most powerful at periods of STARTED TOWARD INTERIOR
I about 20 to 30 years apart. It is
i to be greater during 1904, relatively
FLOCK-1 HPt,ak>n(?> than was the great over-
! flow °f population into the central
Mississippi valley years ago.
eat Movement of Population I
Should Report to Health Officer.
ANOTHER RAILROAD PROJECTED TO
TAP CENTRAL OREGON.
No Time Will be Lost Io , Beglnnlsg (treat
Southern--Tap Valuable Wheat and
Dr. Marsden, county health offi
cer, says people are negligent iu re
A recent special to the Oregon
nishing demand for land porting births, deothe, etc. to his
from The Dalles, says: The
hwest will be more keen office and seem ignorant of the law
and speculations which
than ever. The funda- in respect to such duties. This1 have been current here for the
1 matter is important and should be
is for this demand is not
I attended to. The neglect is parti past six months concerning the
cularly noticed in the remote parts building of a railroad from this
age citizen in the west ■ of the couty where it is possible the city to Dufer and south of that
rest thinks the movement | matter is not understood. We give point, its projectors, plains and
route have today been confirmed
ion into his district a below a section of the state law:
Section 12 It shall be the duty by the announcement that such a
at he should make the
de has faith in bis coun- of every physician, midwife, or head road is not only under contempla
lls to grasp the whole of a family, under whose charge tion but is a practical certainty.
any birth occurs, to report the same
Its incorporators have secured the
udii Farmer points out to the county or city health officer , necessary right of way and filed
th about the matter (as? the case may be.) before the
the required articles of incorpora
s briefly summarized: last day of the month in which
which constitute them a rail-,
The ¿hoice agricultural lands , 8aid birth occurs. . Every physician, |
company whose work will
! central Mississippi valley • midwife, nurse, or head of a family,'
Ti- reached extraordinarily high j under whose charge any death oc-| be inaugurated within the next ten
fiome Illinois farmers have curs, must report the same to the ’ days.
at $200 per acre land that they county or city health officer; within | Under the name of the Great
iveUH “took up” as a free gift forty-eight hours, or as soon there- Southern Railroad Company, the
T the homestead act—farming “iter as practicable. Every physi- following officers have declared
only, in central Illinois, which , cian, or other person, under whose their intention to build and
reaahed this figure because charge any infectious or epidemic operate such a road: John Hem
ing pays good interest on that disease occurs, must report the rick, of Seattle, president; W. F.
ation,not because of proximity same to the county or city health Nelson, of Seattle, vice-president;
lis ties. Kin Iowa, indeed all I officer immediately. Any under Julius M. Meier, of Portland, sec
ugb tbe central valleys, land taker. head of family, or other per
retary, and J. G. Heinrich, of
have also arisen enormously. son shall not bury, cremate, or
treasurer. The capital
Fanning in the central west cause to be cremated or buried, thei '
,OO°, >s fully paid up in
r ttable, so t
vances in land values cirtificate is properly filed out and Icas'1 and bonds have been sold
nstant’y expected, thatjsenl
irge means are buying I cou
al lands and operating |-—
large scale. Farming
as fashionable as it ¡8 j
¡but in the central we t'
requires more and more:
lys flood latereat.
thousands of farmers
or o®ers who would like to go
r*nin*but who cannot aff-rd
» ,y from $50 to $200 per acre i
ind, (recasting about for good |
s thmeun he nought at moder- i
>ricesr The great, mnjiritv of
such lands local- J
iVEc 1 p iheTjestern
MI" want and
s or tin- Canadian northwest,
ev prefer the inspiring
I the social conditions of
ittle privation is now re
settlers who move into
lands. Almost every
The^Publie School Building in Burns.
regions is within con-
This building is £now in need of repair and as it is not large
1> of railroad transpor-
enough to accommodate out growing schools the taxpayers are now
n any section the mails,
considering the proposition of bonding and erecting an eight-room
relies, etc, are at all de-
are rapidlv brought to brick or stone. A mass meeting will be held at the court bouse next
population increases. Saturday afternoon to consider the matter.
s, Orange Judd Far
emphasize that it is or cremation is to occur. It ehall The Dalles. The company is in
lop homes and farms be unlawful for the transportation corporated under the laws of the
Jtper lands of the west of the remains of any person having State of Washington. President
est, compared to the i died, the cause of death being di- Hemrich, of the Washington
ffered by the early set- i ■ rectly or indirectly due to an infec- Trust Company, of Seattle, is the
I tious disease, except as the State
trustee of the property for the
Th. than who can sell out in Board of Hea]th mft* direct AnV
benefit of the boddholders. Mr.
est at from $50 to $200 I Peraon violating any section of this
Meier, of the Meier & Frank
Snd buy lands in the act, or any part thereof, shall be
Company, of Portland, presuma
Mins at from $3 to $25 per guilty of a misdemeanor, and be
bly represents himself and New
much disposed to do
York capitalists. The trustees
had no taste of the
the road embrace the four
fit accruing from the
above named also Hon.
ase in the value of
In the United States Supreme
i profits. He ra still
more acres for himself Court an opinion was delivered in
A ’phone message from Portland
¡ren. If he can sell the merger case of the Northern
(>'• .‘hi« el
that the Mitchell republican
i that will enable him Securities Company vs. the United
10 acres or more for States in favor of the Government’s ticket was successful in the pri-
inti1 y for
f of bis family, and contention that the merger was il maries in Multnomah county by a
bug capital left, he is legal, The opinion of the court large majority. What bearing this
was handed down by Justice Har will have on the congressional can
Is posed to do so.
I the foregoing reasons lan, and it upheld the decree of didates in the second district, we
warrant the present the Circuit Court for the District do not know. However it is con
le present activity in of Minnesota in every particular. sidered by some as being sign ficant.
Four of the Justices dissented
e market throughout
the five constituting the ma On page two we have given the
Igether they farm rea-
The division in the court apportionment of delegates to the
i incontrovertible, but
to a difference of opinion republican conventien as one at
Farmer calls atten- as to the right of Federal control large and one for every 15 votes or
acontrollable impulse of state corporations. The major major fraction. This is an error.
I that has got control ity opinion proceeded on the theory We have since been informed that
tie’s minds. They are that Congress has a right, under the apportionment was fixed at 10
trm" onto the newer the Constitution, to control inter or fraction of 5 instead of 15.
The lecture by Rev. A. J. Irwin
lands. This move- state commerce, no matter by
ilation promises to be whom conducted, while the min at the college last night was pro
this season than ever ority or dissenting opinion was nounced one of the best ever listen
based on the theory that in the
fever to migrate and present case the effort to regulate ed to in Burns. Rev Irwin pre
iw land has occurred the ownership is not interstate sented his subject in a most inter
every decade, but has traffic.
Every stockman in the county
should attend the regular meetihg
of the Harney County Livestock
Association to be held on Saturday
April 2d at the County Court
H oubo . Some interesting remarks
will be made on subjects of inter
est to all.
One of the most remarkable cas
es of a cold, deep-seated on the
lungs, causing pneumonia, is that
of Mrs. Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion
Ind. who was entirely cured l>y the
use of One Minute Cough Cure
She says:“The coughing'and'strain-
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers, ing so weakened me that I ran V
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody. down in weight from 14S to 92
Home Insurance Co,, of New York,
who wants to enjoy a good hearty pounds. 1 tried a number of rem
laugh to send 50c for “Tips to edies to no avail until I used One
Liverpool, London & Globe,
Agents.” Worth $50 to any per Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles
Fire Assurance Co , Philadelphia.
son who sells goods for a living. | of this wounderful remedy cur <1 |
If not satisfactory your money me entirely of the cough, strength
OFFICE WITH MOOS & BIGGS.
Bu ns, Oregon.
back. Circular for stamp. The ened my lungs ami restored me to
' orner South of Lunaburg & Dalton’s.
Dr. White electric Comb Co., Deca i my normal weight, health and
WILSON & ASHTON,
THE CARTER HOURE.
Rates $2.00 and $2 50 per day.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
All Outside Rooms— Near Depot
This modern new hotel was only recently opened to the
public. Harney County people will be always welcome
and courteously cared for. A first-class bar in connection.
Harney County Hospital
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION
Having newly furnished several comfortable rooms
for the occupance of private patients, 1 desire to an
nounce that I am ready to receive stugical or medical
cases on reasonable terms.
Pleasant Quarters provided for
T. H. Curl, Proprietor.
Been Rearranged and Centrally lacerated.
COURTEOUS T ^EATiDENT
A Portion of the Public Patronage
Solicited. Give us a Ca i
Clias. E. McPheeters, Propt.
CLtHAE, COfflFORTABUE ROOMS
URNS MILLING CO
HORTON & IAYPR, Propts.
i Rough and Dressed Lumber,
i RU,,io, Flooring, Moulding »
THE HOTEL BURNS BAR.
æS®®®®®®®® S®® 5 «
S M. L.
Colds Cause Pneumonia.
SAM BAILEY, proprietor.
Fioe Wipes, Liquors and Ciq-us
Aqepts for Maryland Cub Wbiskq
CLUB ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
EVERYTHING FI-ST-Cl ASS.
Courteous and oblitjiixf Mixologists.
i Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good Road
Lumber Yard in Burns.
LONE STAR CAFE.
DON'T NEGLECT YOUR HEALTH-
Spring is near at hand and we desire to
inform ihe public that we have one of the
BEST BLOOD PURIFIERS
The Place to Dine
on the market, which is now displayed
If you are in
in our south window,
need of a Spring Medicine or blood puri
fier just step in and ask for a bottle of
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
35 cents and up
OYSTERS,'FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.
Dining Room for Families.
We Cat* t to AIL
REDFORD BROS. Propts.,
Cor second a Burns,
o sts. Oreg.-n.
VEGETABLE EXTRACT of SARSAPRILLA
With or Without Potasium Iodide.
THE WELCOME PHARMACY.
I CITY GROCERY STORE <
E. B. REED 4 SONS, Propls.
| STAPLE AND FANCY GROCEPFS.1
Finest and Most Complete Line of
Confectionery in the whole Interior
Tobacco and Cigars.
Tropical Fruits when in season.
Wagon Work and Horseshoeing.
All Work Guarantted.
to At the Old Stand.
THE STAR SALOON
THE BARTLETT HOTEL.
W W. JOHNSON & CO., Propts.
The bar is supplied with none but the very
best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Experienced and courteous Mixologists.
I-arge well furnished house. Good large comfortable room* and lied« and
well furnished tables. This is the pioneer hotel of I'n-wx-y, but having
recently been destroyed by fire, a new bnilding much larger and more
convenient has been erected. Everything new and neat.
Stop at the Bartlett
FEED BARN IN CONNECTION.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection.
ve never been undersold for Cash and never will be.
sr than any other interior house in Oregon
Anything you may want In our complete lines.-—See ad on another page.
Give us a call and we will fit you out
We do not contemplate retiring from business, but will give you more and better bargains for