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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY. OREGON, JUNE
I standing. More res; wet for the THE
VALLEY EXTENSION had taken place here, and he called MAN KILLED AT BAKER CITY
ON THE GROUND.
Torts aag Outfit Will Arrive in a Few Days
—Work Will be Pushed Through
To the John Day.
Work on the extension of the
Sumpter Valley Railroad will be-
gin in a few days. ‘Mr. Archie
Bowman, manuger of the Utah Coll
ar Ot ’’ struction Company, has arrived in
Bon» J Baker City and his outfit of graders’
tools, machinery and supplies is
now being loaded on the Short Line
road and will arrive here in a day
or two and will be immediately
tram -shipped over the Sumpter Val
ley to the front. A large force of
men will be engaged and the exten
sion <«he line from a point near
Tipton Ito the John Day country
will be'pushed vigorously this sea
It was learned from an official of
the Sumpter Valley that it is thiir
intention to thoroughly cover this
field.-—Baker City Democrat.
attention to the fact that a large
portion of this laud which was to
Im reclaimed was tributary to
Prineville and that its settlement
must necessarily make money for
the local business men.
“It is the duty of every citizen
to lend a helping hand,” he argued
“for every ten added to the popula-
tionn not only adds wealth to
Prineville, but to Crook county and
the state at large.’’
He is also quoted as saying he
had been through Malheur, Harney
and Umatilla counties whJYe irriga
tion was in progress, but had seen
no place in the state where the pos
sibilities were as great as those
embraced within the limits of
Now this may be so in ■regarc to
the irrigation business, but if Gov.
Chamberland has visited Harney
county in the past 21 years he ev
idently traveled “incog” for there
are several here who know him and
they have failed to see him.
Jack Halstead, Saloon Man, Shot Down on
Street by so 0. R. & N. Fireman
By name of Leg.
rights of settlers was to be insisted
on with herders. Little clearings
wero to he avoided as much ns pos
sible, and the hostility felt by the
people of the summer range district
and «long the trails leading to it,
quelled by good acts as much as
possible. Such, in part, was the in
tended program for the summer.
JOHN D. DALY. PR :s
I BANK R.COFFIN, V ick 1’ kkr
N. V. CARPENTER, C ahhikr ,
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . C ashirr .
OF BURNS, OREGON.
GROWERS TECEIVE FAR MORE THAN
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
Values Have Not Been so Hight for Twelve
Years--The Highest Price Realized
Was 17 3-8 Cents.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
.'T ockiioi . uehs John D. Daly, Frank R. Coffin, N. U. Carpenter, R. J.
Williams, J. W. Geary, C. Cummins. H. M. Horton, C. A. Haines, H'in.
Jones, Thomas Davis.
Lewellyn Legg, an O. R. & N.
. I he Burns Druggists
Aepecial from Shaniko to the!
fireman ehot and killed Jack
ask the readers of this paper to test Oregonian to the banner wool sale ■
Halsted. one of the proprietors of
•Stat» anti County li^arrants touytit at th» marhtprion.
the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. of the season was held at this place I
the Nugget saloon, about 9:30 last
This bank is insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
Those persons who have used it today. The prices realized were
Thursday evening at Baker City.
or hold up day or night.
and who have been cured by it, do
the highest paid for Eastern Oregon
Halsied was shot in the region of
not hesitate ta recommend it to
the heart. He walked about 40
their friends. Kodol digests what wools since 1892 One and aquar-;
feet to ths door of his saloon, where
I you eat, cures indigestion’ dyspep ter million pounds were sold, The
he fell dead.
choice fine wools brought on an
E. II. T est , Cashier
M. A lexandre . P hksident .
Just before the shooting Legg en sia and all stomach troubles. In
C. E. K enyon , Asst. Cashier
W m . J ones , V ick -1' hkhiuknt .
creases strength by enabling the average from 16 to 17 cents.
tered the restaurant of Mrs. Laura
The highest price realized was
Lahey, a few doors up the street stomach and digestive organs to
17| cents, paid for the Thomas
from the Nugget saloon. Legg got
nutriment contained in the food. Brogan clip. The famous Baldwin |
into an altercation with Mrs Lahey.
He accused her, so she says, of say Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant Sheep At Land Company’s clip of i
175,000 pounds brought 17j cents.
ing that he had been working and palatable.
A clip i f choice cross-bred Lincoln '
against her and driving away cus
was bid in at 19 cents. Among
We Solieit^Yoer Banking Business.
tomers. While Mrs. Lahey and
the largest lots sold today were
j Legg were disputing, Halsted came
STOCKHOLDERS;—M. Alexander. Win. Jones, E. II. Test,
A Co. Viillis family who went
CAN T AGREE ON BOUNDARY.
those of George A. Young & Son,
I in and ordered his supper, which Fort Dodge, Kan., last spring,
C. E. Kenyon, H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
Miller, Frank R. Collin, Titos. Turnbull.
the woman prepared and placed on write that last month the ground Reeder & Fisher, It II. Hinton and
The committee of sheepmen con- the counter.
Little it McRae. The principal
was frozen several feet deep, and
sisting of Murdo Finlayson, John
buyers were Whitman, Farnsworth
Legg, according to Mrs. Lahey,
BONTA FLOATS PROJECT.
McLennan and Pat Radisan, of A ii - continued to dispute with her, final they are coming back .0 Oregon.
it Thayer, who purchased 600.000
Moro O' -erver: Mrs J. B Mow pounds; Koshlaud Bros., C. S.
A »reject involving the expendi telope and vicinity, which went to ly callinc her »1 vile name. She or
has about the largest collection Moses, Halowell it Don nel I ami the
ture »f ■f 5,000,000 has been floated
dered him out of the house and
B. F. WHITE, Vic, P
Howers in Sherman eounty Botanh Mills, each of home bought
|KKihidelphia by Colonel J. W
took hold of him and made him
W. R. SEBREE, Carats
BMtta. of Bake.- City. The enter southern part of the county regard leave As Legg went out lie turned aud she finds strong tar soapsuds about 150,000 pounds; Hecht, Lie-
^^Hcovers the building of an elec ing tiie establishment, of range it 'he door and said he could do good to keep aphis off tier roses If btnan it Co., I udd it Root, Eise-
lines for the summer, has returned h”r up or any of her—friends, at. the iliis don’t do try sulpber.
inann Bros, and Alex. Livingston
tric line from Bakar City to the
having failed to make any -amt- time pointing to Halsted.
Tl. ■ story about Professor French secured lesser amounts.
^^B du Wonder mine, near Prairie
The advantages of the sealed bid
City. The road opens up a country satisfactory arrangements, says the Mrs Lahay says that Halsted start of the Weston Normal school being
of selling were demonstrated
'd after Legg, running up the street. rotten-egged by brickyard workmen
has many mines in various
disposal of all lots
She followed, trying to prevent because of n alleged insulting re
MP^es development, and is heav
committee of cattlemen, and the ! Halsted from fighting with Legg.
mark concerning th* tn, is denied offered, and this is again shown to
ily ti mbered and well watered.
A General Banking Business Transacted
by all concerned, and seems to have be the most satisfactory method.
The power will be secured from
The prices paid are from 1 to 2
^■waters of the Powder and John lands thoroughly discusiied, but the latter drep a gun and shot him been a whole-cloth canard.
cents above the expectations of the
Day rivers, work of surveying al no conclusive action was taken, the L gg says that the row started in
Indians held an interesting pot
ready having bean done for the sheepmen claiming that the cattle the restaurant. That the woman latch at Thorn Hollow, Umatilla groweis, and they are correspond
Mfc. It is the purpose of the pro owners demanded more than the tie« w a bottle of catsup at him and countv, the other day, in memory ingly elated, 'i'be 6,000,00*) pounds
mpters of the line to build through sheepmen could concede. No other :l.ilst«-d hit him with a chair, after- of a well-known Indian who corn- of wools tributary to this point are
4u th central Oregon and tap the date was set for a future meeting '■ -ds firing him out on the street, mitted suicide recently. An old famous for their quality and staple, s;
wmuthern Pacific at some point in to adjust matters and the herds where he knocked him down Legg Indian delivered -un tioquent ad and this season’s clip is superior to
■evada. The company is composed of both cattle and sheet, will '■ e sa;. that he got up and shot Hal- dress, and a fine feast was ¿njoyed any offered during recor.t years.
The second sale will be held on
Oi Bilker City mining men.—Grant ranged this summer in the disput 't<-d after he was knocked down.
by many “Boston visitors.
I June 14, when it is expected that
Issues all forme of solimi life insurance ut the lowe-t rates. Our policies
Leg went to his room in the Col
giiurimtee after three payments aro made
Mrs Elsie Hughes walked from double the amount sold today will
Whether any trouble will arise umbia Hotel, where he was arrested
I. AutomiMie extended insurance for tlm face of the contract.
The Dalles to Monument, 200 miles, be offered. The date fixed for the
II A paid up policy.
■ATE BOARD INSPECTS CAREY SELECTION from the failure to mak<- p rma- by Policeman Boyd, and placed in
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
in 15 days, carrying a 7-months last sealed bid sale is July 1.
nent boundary lines, within which the County Jail.
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
■Governor Chamberlain and the the sheepmen and cattlemen would
Legg’s story about the shooting child. She had been deserted by
/.YI’A’VrjG'.lTA' «A'FOA'/-; I’OII’ /.VSt/i/i.
Other members of the state land be compelled to range their stock, is in a measure corroborated by the her busband and was making her
THE MONUMENTAL BRONZE
Sherman A Harmon,
R. II Benedict,
tpard visited the Deschutes section is a question which the coming condition of things iti the restau wav to Whitney, in Baker county, COMPANY, of Bridgeport, Conn.,
II. A. Dillard, Agent.
Present in rant. Catsup is spattered over the but at Monument money for her has appointed M. I.. Lewis, their
■pit week to inspect the work of the summer will answer
oom panics who have contracted to dications point toward disturbances wall and dishes are broken, also a stage fare was made lip.
agent for Harney County. This
gMlaim several thousand acres of which will result in serious losses chair. Ltgg has a cut on the back
West Wood correspondence of , old reliable Company makes all
before fall hsHTcome.
land under the Carey act.
of his head and a large lump on the Corvallis Gazette: With trout kinds of Monuments, Grave Covers.
■The lioard found the work very
the forehead as evidence of assault in the creek within a few feet I Corner posts Vases and Urns, out
•atisfactory and expressed them- Ali Ita Gets What's Coming to Him.
Mrs. Lahey was formerly Laura the cook stove and strawberries in of pure refined Zink, which is mu.
«elves quite freely on the project as
I Goodman and is well known here. abundance in the adjoining fields, a of the elementary or virgin metals,
being one of the greatest enterprises
neighborhood of fine people and the same as gold and silver, and is
in the state and enlarged on the j was fined $20 for conducting a lot-
Timber Lands are to be Sold August I.
this beautiful weather to live in, do indestructnble and cannot be affect
benefits to be derived from the re I tery in the north end of this city.
you wonder when I say we are ed by the climatic cm litions.
Afford« the people of East find ('entinl Oreg hi nil the opportunity of a
clamation of the big tracts and Municipal Judg Hog >■ pa-z ed l en
iirst cla«H modern BuHine«« College« It i« h home institution covering
Nearly 60 000 acres of govern having a very fine time.
These monument« are cheaper by
every c(>tir«e involved in Biinine«« College work. It» rate« are the name
what it meant to Crook county and ience this morning. It was paid, ment timber land will be thrown
a« olmrged elsewhere ami the method« me the same. Htudent« admitted
Pendleton academy has over half than any kind of stone,
says the Portland Journal.
nt any time, instruction nt the College or hv mail. During the «timiner
open fo the pubii*' in the Gronde
more beautiful in design and can
month« the College will conduct a
“Ab Ha, stand up,” cried Bailiff ; Rondo Indian reservation August 1. 1,500 botanical specimens includ
Wlf the people of Harney county
not be broken. Mr. Lewis desires
OOu'd or would only realize the Goltz.
The sales will be made to the high-
flower and Jhrub, the collection all who are contemplating the pur
“Ah Ha,” sai<l Ali Ha.
magnitude of such enterprises it
esi. bidder, and each purchaser will
chase of anything in this line to
wbnld not devolve upon a few to
tin limited to 100 acres. The offici-
For teacher* and others who desire a reviewing or preparatory course.
call on him at the office of Biggs At
For specimens of pen work, and full information on Bu«int*sH College «ob
try to work out similar projects I Deputy City Attorney Fitzgerald of I als of the Oregon Citv land office tution by William C. Cusick, n Bigg», and see designs sample of
pioneer botanist of Union Oregon,
here. This valley cannot always the celestial.
have reeeivad notification that the
material and get prices
“Ah Ha,” said Ah Ha.
«•main as it is and used only for a
lands will be sold on that date. ,
stock range It has too much good,, The evidence was then produced, ami are daily expecting a list of the botanist residing and following the
A S rong flea t.
rich level land on which to grow proving the defendant guilty of properties from Washington. Ali 1 profession in eastern Oregon, for
is assured by perfect dig'-.-tion.
sugar beets, cereals, fruit and farm
the lands m th« reservation that
Moro Observer: The outlook for Indigestion swells the stomach and
ing in general, which only needs ing a lotery.
not be”« allotted to the Indians in
puffs it up against the heart. This
water to make it one of the greatest
severally, will go to the highest the largest grain crop in the history
shortness of breath, palpita
vallevs in the west.
bidder without reserve There are' of this county is the verdict of far
the heart ami general weak
“Ah Ha,” said Ah Ha.
HGovernor Chamberlain and the
two whole townships and some' mers from ali sections. H< turdav ness, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cur*'«
TRLSCII <<r DONEGAN, Proprietor».
“Here is your receipt,” said Clerk fractiobol tracts, and it is nearly I a large number of then, were in
bombers of the board were given a
indigestion, relieves the stomach,
SbCeption at Prineville and the gov-
all desirable timber land. The town trailing, ami every one of them takes the strain off the heart, and
“Ab Ha.” said Ah Ha
Ornor is quoted in the Journal as
Gr,nd Rondo reservation takes up' with whom we spoke wr « enthusi restores41 to a full performance of
“You can go now,” said Assist the southwest oilset in Yainbill , astic over the flattering prospect«.
its function naturally. Kodol in
■ “I venture to predict that within i
c >unty. 11 nd io bounded on two sides The soil contains yet plenty of creases the strength by enabling
less than 18 months lands which
I v Sili.'imook county, anb on tbe
sown grain a big crop, and with a lite stomach and digestive organs Wines
“Ha Ha,” said the spectators.
have heretofore been considered
s mth by Polk. It is only a short little rain in June the spring sown to digest, assimi'ate and appropri
I worthless will be found covered
distance from the .Sheridan branch will be equal to it
ate to trie blood and tissues all of
of the Southern Pacific railroad.
■ with settlers, and two years from
the food nutriment Tones the
Our stock of iron bed« is now
"now one will see one of the most
Up-to-date iob printing at reason stomach and digestive organs. Sold
magnificent tracts the eye has over complete and at very resonable
Problems of Sheepmen
by Burns druggists
prices. Call and see our folding
“From the Bend to the Agency beds, steel couches, etc.— Burns
- patch from Pendleton to
Plains is this work going on. and Furniture Co
' -m An-Review says that
The Finest of All
there is no question but that the
-priug of hope that the
W. O Minor sold a
population of this county will be
uMere of Central Oregon
more than doubled in less than 10 cow. calf and a yeaaling
be lose : .evidence tuts sum
From a community of Peel at Spokane. T..
zeprnen vn drive south and
straggling bouses a few yeari ago. was ♦¡">00 for the it. x.
dh<*n«t into Grant and other I
Crook county has grown into one of very finectttle anc v. ill
F»r Sale Only al
c r ties '.bi« no-ith n>< re appre-
the strongest sections in the state part of Mr Piel’» show I
and on every hillside and in every
,n ever. Th” grass out-1
< h .s t.enn promising nil spring.
valley a steady and thrifty yeoman
j«tn rzegoti to
I rang . in fact, is go<><l—letter
ry is struggling to develop the la
for several «otwons Block-
r that no often
r». Iszth outside and .0 ths rum
Governor Chamberlain said that
Aients, Burns, Ore.
r jf part ui the
-r r-.iige district, appeared to,
the state land board was surprised
i ,'othci I Bros . Distributers. Portland Oregon
ve e -tie to a wrt of tacit under- |
at th* wonderful changes which
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