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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY <^1904
ION A SUCCESS
W Held 00 The Court
i Many People for
lumber to the county for road pur
poses the following bids were ac
cepted snrl each of the mills will tie
required to enter "into a contract
with the county as required by the
former order of the court. Burns
Milling Co. to deliver lumber in
curry p ecinct at $18,pcr thousand;
Burns precinct, $15: Lake $2’2 50
Harney Valiev Lumber Co, Poison
Creek, $15; Island $17; Saddle
Butte, $17. A
Harney, $16. Dickenson Bros, Sil-
vies, $15; Crane Creek, $20; Hap
py Valley. $25; Diamond, $27 50.
Each party is required to give a
bond and lumber is to be delivered
in such amounts at the road master
Liquor license granted to Sohu-
Wner Bros.. Homer Winters, C. A.
Haines, J. C. Pete man and John-
■son it Cary
Geer <fc Cummins given contract
Ao furnish coitiii v with 5y kegs of
’’James McDuft'y awarded contract
to furnish the county with 20 cords
Wjuniper wood, o bn delivered on
or before S pt. I t, the wood to be
received and measured by the
eheritf. Price ¡'-1 25 perccrd.
' THINK THEY HAVE MÜRBERER
ARRESTED IN PORTLAND. SUSPECTED
Or KILLING CONN,
Reward, Detectives and
Sheriffs all Over State Have Been
Keeping a Close Watch.
Henry Blackwell has returned DISCUSS (¡RAZING PROBLEY
from Bako county where he deliv
ered s big bunch of cattle.
Mr«. Elma Jones is having an
addition built on the residence pro
pi-rty occupiid by Hev. D^yis.
Geo. Mivuden and his grandfath
er, Ralph Byram, returned to Bear
valley Wedneadny after celebrating
in Ibis city.
■JOHN D. HALT, Pi
1 RANK IL-tNLr fll
GOVERNMENT COMMISSIONERS .MEET
Secretaries Hitchcock and Wilson May At
tend Conference at Denver August
’3, 1 and 5 Next.
N. U. CARPENTER, C abiimb ,
(' WELCOME, A hst . C abiiikr
i Corpo.-sticns, Firms and Individuals Solicited,
V? . WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
i l . .
I > Italy. Prank li. Coflin, N. U. (larpentfr, K. J,
Williams,..’ V. . li.a .. C. Cuumiiiis. II. Al Horton, C. A. Hui lies, D’in
Jones, Tliomny Davis.
Rev.' A J. Irwin took his depar
Louis Videtta-wae arrested Sat
Early next month there will ton
urday afternoon at the corner of ture yesterday for Buck creek , meeting in Denver nt hen'dqurfrli rs I
tStafo unc1 County Warrnntt bouyttt at tAo marAot jorteo.
Front and Washington streets by where he will fill an appointment
i of the National Livestock Associn-
Detectives Snow, Kerringan, Day Sunil.ivi
This bsnk is insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
lion of Western men engngyd iij,the
and Wiener, and it is said that he
or hold up day or night.
Receiver (iowan of the land oilice livestock industry ami the three
ie^Yvanted in oonncciioH
has been on the retired list during members of the coutiiiissiun tip-
of the most sensational murders in the past week, suffering from neu
xercieea were held on the beau-
pointed lu-t spring lij i’r<-sident,
Hie history of the state
at th® co,,rl ^t,u*a-
ralgia He is improving
Roosevelt to inquire into condition* *
On the-4th <!ay of last ífarcm J.
people first assembled in the
the public domain and recon;- " m
C, Conn of L'.ks coimUr dis^pp^Ar-
it court room on the second
moved to the Claud McGee resi mend needed legislation to contfoli^
""■M: of the OOtJrt house, but it was
ed the gravest (ears ot foul play. dence. He informs us C. N. Coch .lands in the arid and semi arid I *
d the building w.. 1 <'•.I ■.
Ilis dead body was found, a mile
1 than one-fifth of the people
The aim of the comniission is to I b
President Geer got ¡.< — 11.1
and a quarter west of Silver Lake residence he vacated
at some amicablo inetimd oi j
the coantglcoi:rt tU ,ul |' Ir■(
Edward Southworth spent a por
on the 21st day of Api H, and the
i .’aitkon TinioHJepoeitt*
the “keep off the
indications pointed -almost unruis- tion of the past week in this sec
takably to murder: Spurred by
s” tigna trtire all removed and
V/3 Soli .it Yo«r Ranking Business.
' DtliA^BMved to roam nt will
the offer of a large reward, detec- ter.,the teleplume lines in this place. lv issueii
announces the meeting ns folic">.:u| i
HOLDERS:—M. Alexander. Win. Jones, E. II. Test,
tives and sheriÍTs all dv r the state He left f ;r Grant county Wednes
the velvety lawn.
II. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
have.been doing their utmost t Io run day morning.
'□ere Wat Bb parade with the ex-
.Miller. Er.-ink R. Collin, Thus. TurnbulK
down the murderers., 'flic < crime
- ■ Jon ofBBgBnrns Band' which
‘‘Uncle” Geo Duncan informs us
was the outgrowth qf it he i sheep lie will take his departure for his • Roosevelt List. December appointed <t
>S BBHBWWngt.h of Second St.
fjpiV*kr-itìCÌ! visitors some very
range war which ha s P'Real in Lake Imine at. Silvi r Lake next Monday. a commission consisting of Hon. \\ *
The Relshaw Orchard.
inly for many months,
which He snyp lie has had n lino visit and ■ A. Richards, Commissioner of the |
mwste. Wt»on arriving at th»
'General Land Q,lU.ce; H ip. (yiilord |
rt iroM^Vresident of the day,
Grunt Belsbaw, Accompanied by has caused the deSrruatMtn of thoiis- a big time in this citv on the 4th.
Tinchot, Chii f Fm-ester. and dbxn, ’
HOWARD SI BREE, PnCMOENT
B. V. WHITE, Vic. PstaicMKT
to'<* l*1P l"nP!“ his wife, arrived here from the and of sheep and avh: :h bAv f
W. R. SERREE, C a . hu «
Mr. and Mrs. E S. Rigby, parents | E. II. Newell, Chief of t.Uq, Jlep irl- |
fatuop.s Belshaw orchard over at
tif Scliool Supl. Rigby, are here | meet of Geological Sut . ey, for th
’lilies to enf ire • the lawV»- •
on account of les Mt Vernon on the m irning of the
' purpose of investigating conditions
J. 0. Conn had iricurrerlAhe en- froi 1 their hmm» in Glendine, Mont,
4th. He brought a load of those
¡existing in arid and sumi-.iriil si.ttis ,
famouB cherries unit this office wa mH.--of th- outlaws, fitid .Ti'i wad
insofar as grazing lamia aud forest
remembered by its old time friend bobevr d to have in hia\p¿:-/ession
reserves are concerned, and to r.e- ,
□dejBHBhe country and >Lwr Chas BelsLaw with a gallon o’1 evidence which might lead to their
CALDWELL, IDAHO |
to the Preaidqn’. before th
arii -t ami convictiona■ On the
L E. Wing, who has been asso
them. • We cert ml .- ■ • * i.-ccir
til ruing of March 4 he left tfts store ciated with Schwartz & Budelimui convening of Congress, in Dijcein- ,
ihdbgg^Bhd prayer by Rev. J such remernbruiici -•
CO. IMo|^BTIie Times-ilei il l
A Cenerai Banking Business fransacted
drive across the vairieK and he since last March, took his depar- her next.
Grant says the fruit crop will ie;
•‘The object of this invesiiq.i in
ture last Tuesday for San Francis-
‘ good this season which means t! |
'DEN E INVITED
lOW. '’■pFitzGerab! then read many customer* in Burns will be I disapp' wince aroused the fonts of Col. lie will probably again return is the formation oi a report to ■• m
his frien is and search was made, • to Alaska
De^^nBon of Indi-peiidane» io Well suppli'd this sell >n.
• result in the draft i og • >1' it bill- for,
h it. ivithcut result, until April 21,
l'*ie male quartet
A. ^Limi and wife have gone to the amicable adj'istm nt f thesjj
when b'» dead body *^sf$ '
I the Island ranch where they will important luatlers.
' W^FNjRF'bute from the south
a short distance fr< . the iii “road
I tie employed during the haying sea-
“The chairman of the < oinmls-1 j
whs introduced i>>
The fhrtnftra over in Umatilla ami a mile and a •JAJ'tflit.
They were acoompnnicd by 1 sion has advised the officers of thisf'
and delivered m.e of c.Gunty have had tor much rf fl Silver Lake Bei
Miss Alice Sweek who will spend association that ¡hey will min!1
'’«HHMBttions it has been tie good thing in the way of rain. -vol'.-',1 with one ciiatuMil*
some time with them
I with the stii<:kni(‘>,i of t he 'A'.’st a-t j *
of the people of lid < Last Supday afl'-rnoon 2 inches iclnrgcd. At first gciiu'b it gi^Jgljf
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. llatniltr.n j the headquarters of the Li' n;u(
'tiMSW^Ben to. Mr Biggs ii u- fell in less tha1 30 minutes, coming have been eu,'pi*»r-d link IjE ¥h|il
ami laughter Alice have gone out Livestock Association, 21 1 Quincy | ‘
oii'i^ii^Mirvery and held his down in torrent«, a- from
cloud committed -uici-i trnt C "'Cfi(í qi
I building. Denver. Colo . on August
diMMi Bl during the 3(1 min- burst. The damage is believed to ver-ligati n estábil-In d gln»tj|'lfef to (hi Portland Company tract of
i3, 4 and 5 1904, for the purpos- of
His voice was ex- be rfcu-i lariible The heavy raiu that he li 1 I been murieren and
Considering these sulji-c* ' and y
¡HlntjddfBlPod and lie couid be was accompanied bv a fierce wind, that the ussaisins^tb-n disposed of
gathering nch informat'-m ph is '■
in’ iBBBKBkti notly for a distance a<d ¿tl Waged growing *rnin very
possible. Secretary J iuh S p W ilson,
4’lio little son of Mr ar.d Mrs
of the Department of Agriculture, i ,
ng to innr the ufler-, Thin section ban enjoyed several
ip.itu: Ulomotis met with an
anrt Hon E A. Hitchcock, Hecre-1 >.
ib a light shower afid * refreshing showers during the past oi .lv had l>e. o searched and papers ■ cident the first of the week by get-
tary of the Department of tile In-Q
»reeze which lasted 1 week, but Ibf only trouble has been I were missing from f ’ gy^ftf 1t> ^ng his foot caught in a hay rake.
time. The various' not enough has fallen. Il has been eluding a privite nier.i'Nffii^Ihni ! He was able to be about, on crutch terior, have been invited to be pre
¡sent, and have indienh d that they
lite interesting and very beneficial to crop« and the 1 book in which ho was supposed to es tbc^tjay of the 4th.
will attend if oflicial duti: . h that .
>sts were waged.
range^.iut more would lw le tter.
time will permit llcir leaving
1 in the evening was 1
Louis Videtta, wlm i<$| inrreale^ | strides to the front in the past few Washington flmi. ■ (
NEW OFFICEKJ SWORN IN.
Saturday, is nlmfit’28 y«ir> of litfo,
I the fore part of the
and is said to have come recently in Hie future will sen five times as lands comiuitI<-<• of f.» f- : c>, and
from Lake ■ count».- lj& will be much change. Railroads are pro lion. J. I1'. Laci-y. i-h'irrmm of fir I
taken back there tlUr -nbirniiig by jected into this section from cverv public lands cwmmi .■<' " (
»ter, after v-e older
point of the compns and they will Hou«e. have li-ell lliviu 1 t
an 1 ilicer.—Portl ' 1 Journal
»ed our visiting and
also, as well ns other prominent
land some piano giv.
■ rn Oregon.
, Brown A' Sons an 1
“There are no qurstions th if are
leering Mowing Ma
H. B Sirtith arrived here from
of greater imp >rlnncv Io firn flock ■
lay by the 8. <tr B.
h's home in Spokane this week to
men than thus') of g zing on the
wn, the crowd tinned
look after some business affairs con
public lands and forest, reserve ,
dancers had everv-
nected with th» Abner Robbins es
and it is desirable th i‘ <•>□>(■ unit
tate. Mr . Smith likes his new lo
action shall be made upon <n
•as very orderly 11 nd
cation very much and says business
nt a very . nilv «Lit. P^r’
lured during the d -y
is brisk in Spokane. He wiD lie
them rea«niin you are -‘tn -
ider the inlluence of
here for a week or so and may
have to visit Drewsev Is-fore re
"Myidenee but aside
am in teres led in th»“s m'’’,',r tn |
Horton burnirg his
attend this meetir g ami we w« o|d I
A DONEGAN, Proprietors
rerely theie were no
a group picture of this years’ grad a«k that you nobfv th* secret n r I
uating class of the‘Monmouth Nor this association imni*d':i,c! • -.I-. 1» t
K|e were here from a
The good n a tu red er or not this request can tie t im
Kke in the sights and
appear* plied with and the name nnrl ad-
Bk the exercises, some
looking dresses of th’> ’ wh • will bn lure'
Bey, Harney, Lawen,
rea1 pleasant sanwiched in l>etweeo
Bey, Diamond and other
Our stock of iron be ! • is now
two bander tpe young ladies W b
Although the commilee
are informed Rud has been employ complete and al v -ry r<;«' fi ibl<
Bd not contemplate such
ed as one or the assistan's in our prices. Cnli mi ! s--e our f bling
ifd and had only a smtftl
public school here for the coming beds, steel cour’he . etc —-Itiirni
nnds, the people seemed
pd with the entertain-
fces-Hernld hopes our
ration may be a much
ra it feels th» people de-
Iter entertainment and
sss men can ad'ord to
• MtebraUan last Monday nrs
ceas bayuu fl anticipation and
it tended by 01m of the largest
Out! is eva^galhen d in this city
urns .similaFOdcasion. The wea-
idft ^Ofibon was ideal ni]d
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