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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1904)
CONVENTION I and its settler* and citizens, that it STOCK ASSOCIATION MEETS duced it recently and many who
will check the settlement of the
country by taking away from the
NOMINATE TICKET FOR settler a large portion of the public
ELECT NEW OFFICERS AND PROPOSE
¡domain that is fit for settlement
I and cultivation which will give an
undue advantage to one while pro
Clerk Very Close, Taking two ving a great hardship to others,
An Interesting Program With Remarks from
Dedde--Conlcsts for Seats
that it will cause interminable dif
Delegates Who Attended National
■veatioa Quite Warm.
ficulties between those interested >
Stock Association Convention.
in the use of the government range/
ocratic convention was | and believing that public property
The regular semi-annual meeting
court house today and i if used by the public at all should of the Harney County Stock Asso
ticket. The meeting | be used by them in common, and ( ciation last Saturday was well at
order by Chairman . that special privileges should be tended and much interest taken in
of the county cehtral graded to none, and thati those the affairs of the organization and
nd after the reading of principles apply to the leasing of; many suggestions made for its im
authorizing the holding the government lands, we, therefore, | provement and future benefit.
declare ourselves unalterable op
New officers were elected as fol
and calling for a con-
posed to lhe government leasing of lows: Presideht W. B. Johnson,
, the chairman announced
the public range.
vice president, John Farre, secre
alions for a temporary
We believe that as representa- ¡ tary Archie McCowan, treasurer
re in order.
tives of the democratic party of this N. U. Carpenter.
ow, Dalton Biggs and J.
in the old Jeffersonian prin
Dr Marsden, who was a delegate
e placed in nomination
ciples of economy in public expenses to
| the recent National Stock Asso
gs declined. A iitand-
, , that labor may "Be more lightly . ciation convention in Portland was
suited in Mr. Foley’s i, ,
. . , ,
19 Julian Bvrd was burdened, that the true test of of- • .called
for a report
ary and Chas Peter’son ¡ fic'als sbould be hone8ty a,ld c«*11-1 duct. Although the doctor did not
. bility, we, therefore, promise the g0 as a delegate from the local or-
The chairman then appointed the | people of Harney county an honest, ganization, but sent by the citizens
just and economical administration for t,jje purpose of looking after our
various coao mi Jees as follows:
' irrigation scheme and to get an au-
Credentials and permanent organ in county aflairs.
; ¿¡ence with Chief Newell of the
ization—S-W Miller, Price Withers
| reclamation service, he nevertheless
took a deep interest in the working
Committee on Order of Business
—Tom Howser, Chas McPheeters. and security of life, liberty and | of the stock meeting, and gave a
property depends on the wise, hon very interesting talk on his obser
est and impartial interpretation of vations. He also took occasion to
Platform and Resolutions—E D
our laws from the bench: That the place himself right as regards land
Baker, Joe Buchanan, W J Cole-
carmine should be worn by one who leasing and also his position toward
Finance— Benton Einbree, John will wisely and impartially per forest reserves. It had been re
form the .duties of his judicial ported Dr. Marsden favored leasing
! „„^Cawlfield, Frank Matney.
That years of service— I H>e grazing lands and also opposed
Upon jbassembling after the noon
and impartial— forest reserves. He made quite
reoeM the committee reports were.
for plain his views on these matters
I N \ disposed «f The temporary organ- i
and is and always has been against
izationYgas made permanent and
leasing the range in any form what
intion proceeded to busi- (
this office Rhould use above all ever. lie approves of the policy of
Centals for seats in three differ questions of parties and partv the government in regard to forest
ent precincts were before the meet- politics and hould rest on the ! reserves so long as the resevres em
credentials bi*h ‘,lane of doing equal and braced only timber and the grazing
¡ing to be; settled. The -------------
committee found that two primaries | exact justice to all: and believing privileges not abused.
Othei interesting remarks were
were held in Alvord precinct one e. ’ that . all of these qualifications
bf W'JS Albesson, the central com- | requirements are centered in and made by J. L. Sitz and President
n, and others at the regu- possessed by the present, able, M. Feiwvick who were also dele
g place, and one by W II honest, impartial and capable in gates.
nd others at the Alvord cumbent of that office in this dis The following amendment to thff
he committee recommend trict. The Hon Morton D. Clifford constitution was proposed:
“Sec 1 Article III shall be amend
ed the bating of Mr Amberson's del be it therefore.
to read as follows: The officers
egation claiming the other irregular
s ratified bv the conven- to the people of this county and of this association shall be a presi
!» They also recommended that district, irrespective of party affilia dent, vice-presinent, secretary, trea
the coc»e ntion investigate the cre- tion, the Hon Morton. D. Clifford surer and .tn executive committee.
debttato and minutes of the primary as a capable, impartial and efficient The latter to consist of the presi
h.ldin Callow precinct. It was officer and instruct the delegates to dent, vice-president, secrotary and
to be irregular and upon a our State Cenvention to vote for . three members of the association.
Sec 2, Article I shall be amend-
(¡¡Which resulted in 21 for and him at the State Convention to as-
it seating the delegates the semble in Portland on April 19 1904, O(1 p, read as follows: The executive
rulpd them not entitled and pledge to him our heart v and I committee shall meet at the call of
to the fact that many resi-
committees nominations for various
“Sec. 3 Article I shall be expung
Pueblo precinct were called
county officers was taken up.
from the constitution.”
on court duty, no primary
For clerk Frank Rieder and Sam
• in that precinct. These
Id a meeting in this city Mothershead were before the con waR unamously adopted and a copy
vention. The first ballot stood, ►of which was ordered given to each
y and signed a petition ask-
nvention to seat a delega Rieder 27, Mothershead 28, blank 1. of the political party delegations to
Second ballot Rieder 26, Mothers the state and district conventions.
ted by them. Ed J Cat
head 30, (¡lank 1. Mothershead de
Newt Hoover was elected as a
an eloquent plea in behalf
clared the nominee, 2!) being a ma delegate to the State Cattle Growers
legation and lively debate
jority of the convention.
I Association which meets in Port
between that gentleman
A. K. Richardson was nominated land on April 16.
. Sizemore, who opposed
for sheriff his opponent being Henry
lhe delegation on the ground
Hichardson. The ballot standing
AT THE OPERA HOUSE.
‘proceedings were irregular |
31 to 26,
bsome of the jietitioners had
J. M. Dalton was the unanimous
kted in the primary in this
Tonight Meade’s Comedy and
choice for treasurer.
, It was finally put to a vote
Dratnaic Company play the comedy
Byron Terrill and Thos Curl_were
suited in 26 for and 31
bill Old Kentucky by special re
the aspirants for assessor. The re
Beating the delegation,
quest of many of the laugh lovers
sult waB Terrill 32, Curl 26.
tinmiitee on resolutions re-
who are attending court from dif
There were three unities before
W fl RE
ferent parts of the county.
the convention for commissioner:
iv County with all its vast
The play Fatal Wedding w ■ are
Davis of Harney, W. I).
B and natural wealth lieing
informed is still under way and has
Baker of Drewsey, and Chas. Mc
; in that portion of lhe
been postponed for another week
Kenzie of Narrows. Joe Barnes
known as "the semi-arid
owing to the fact that it requires
■posessing soil that is sus- was also placed in nomination but more studv and re he real than any
and capable of producing declined. Mr. Baker was the choice play Mr. Meade has put on in Burns
itly fruits, vegetables and on the first ballot the vote standing, during the past winter—It is the
iral products of all kinds if Davis 9, Baker 41, McKenzie 9.
late« and greatest success in New
The present popular and efficient
► irrigated and placed under
school superintendent, J. C. Bart York and lhe east and the people of
ficent use of water, and
Burnsand vicinity will witness one
lett, was nominated for the same
| it to l>e one of lhe most
of the most beautiful and interest
position he has so ably filled the
ing dramas ever produced on any
sent 'regions in the West if past four year«.
stage. There is plenty of comedy
irnment should undertake
Dr. Volp was nominated for the
—good sentiment a great moral
ry through to successful office of coroner.
ion the several cotitcmpla-
The place of surveyor was ten lesson to humanity and an enter
ects of irrigation, we, there- dered to the manager of this great tainment which will live in the
zrtily endorse the action of religious weekly, but he could not memory of all who attend as some
ional Government in its ef- raife the wherewith for entrance fee thing never to be forgotten.
and was therefore shut out.
On Saturday night April 16 the
provide a sufficient reser-
W, J. Coleman, J. W. Buchanan
will play the comedy
and W. E. Trisch were selected as
ar arid lands, and recom- delegates to the state and district drama ‘Tn Arizona”—This play
has been revised and a new act
lie diligent prosecution of conventions without opposition.
The precinct officers and central added which makes an entirely new
rk by the Government:
committeemen were then selected
icr, believing that the leas- by the delegate* from each precinct play and one of the best in the com
he public range is contrary The Times Herald has not space to pany’s repretoire. Thi* bill needs
no comment. The company pro-
•e°t interests of this county give these this ¡»sue.
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers,
did not take advantage of the op- Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
portunity can now have the plea who wants to enjoy a good hearty
sure of witnessing this very popu i laugh to send 50c for ‘‘Tips to
Agents.” Worth #50 to any per
lar and interesting comedy drama. son who sells goods for a living
Space is reserved for all who wish | If not satisfactory your money
to furnish private chairs. Perform back. Circular for stamp. The
ance will positively begin al 8:45 I Dr. While electric Comb Co., Deca-
sharp. Children 25 cents, 50 cents. | tur, 111.
... Represents the....
Home Insurance Co., of 'New York,
HUSTON ’S IS THE PLACE
Liverpool, London & G’obe,
Fire Assurance Co., Philadelphia.
Tropical and Domestic
Fruits when in Season.
Provisions and Feed a Specialty.
He is Prepared to fill orders
for Anything in his Linej
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Comer South <4 Lunaburg & Dalton's.
WILSON &. ASHTON,
THE CARTER HOUSE.
Rates $2.00 and $2 50 per day.
All Outside Rooms— Near Depot
EXPERIENCED NURSES in
BURNS MILLING CO.
HORTON 4. SAYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Been Rearranged and Centrally Lroeeted.
REASOJMRBL1E rates ,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Good Road.
CL1HAE, COmpORTABUE ROOMS
Lumber Yard in Burns.
A Portion of the Public Patronage
Solicited. Give us a Call.
DON'T NEGLECT YOUR HEALTH.
Spring is near at hand and we desire to
inform the public that we have one of the
THE HOTEL BURNS BAR
W BAILEY, proprietor,
pipe Wipes, liquors and Cigars
Adepts for A’arqlapd Club Whisky.
EVERYTHING fl-ST CLASS.
VEGETABLE EXTRACT of SARSAPRILLA
♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦■*%-
CITY GROCERY STORE j
E B. REED & SONS, Propts.
I STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
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 Guaranteed.
At the Old Stand.
THE STAR SALOON.
THE BARTLETT HOTEL.
W. W. JOHNSON & CO., Propt».
The bar is supplied with none but the very
best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Experienced and courteous Mixologists.
lArge well furni*hed bonne. Good large comfortsbl* room* And lied, arid
well fnrnialied tables. Thia i* the pioneer hotel of l»r< w.ey, hut having
recently been destroyed by fire, a new building lwo< h larger and more
convenient has been «reeled. Everything new and neat.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection
Stop at the Bartlett
FEED BARN IN CONNECTION.
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Ve have never been undersold for Cash and never will be.
heaper than any other interior house in Oregon
FT ATVTTj than anyone.
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
With or Without 1'otasium ladide.
THE WELCOME PHARMACY.
Courteous and obliqind Mixologist?.
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
T. H. Curl, Proprietor.
Chas. E. McPheeters, Propt.
CLUB ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Pleasant Quarters provided for
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
Having newly furnished several comfortable rooms
for the occupance of private patients, 1 desire to an
nounce that 1 am ready to receive surgical or medical
caseson reasonable terms.
Thia modern new hotel was only recently opened to the
public. Harney County people will be always welcome
and courteously cared for.¿2 A tirst-class bar in connection.
Harney County Hospital :
Bu nt, Oregon.
OFFICE WITH BIGGS ä BIGGS.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
All kinds of Fresh Vegetables in Season,
M. L. LEWIS