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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1904)
a fir». c/Ul. <;f■ i<ftuffi <>ü the fi.ld THE first grass
i4bi «Kwy p b..i* of being one of
his In I pr .dut rs in the next year
8ATUBD4Y. JULY 9, I ><O4.
DROVE OF 200
BonJ-fiici: to Pay Shortage.
HL I SCHI PTION KATKb:
Three Months...........................< ...
IN PROM THE RANGE.
1 t i in the much
discussed qu n n cf the shortage
in th aoc ■ mt
ex sheriir of
M aliale I- Riikor c > n»> A’ H. Huntir glon,
has linen •
. , art I ihe jury re
■ -for the plaint if!'in
SCIfOOL SPORTS AND SOCIETY.
■!■:• e iuuty against A.
A newly elected director of the] II. Ii ntii.2 m •
A. I. !.
Pendleton public school, says:
I du not like football and do not Cartwright, H DulTy, J. T. Eyfer
tliii k that it should be «auctioned and J. W. 1 i ■ ■ r. assessing the
T be attorney h
by the board. If tfie boys will play, damages at
C. Green of
let them do it outside of the author
ity of the district, and then th” i'orll. u i .n -Jisiriut Attorney Sam
management will rot be held re- Whit- foi I'. ula ntilT. and John L.
Bponsible for injuriefl received by the Rand, b I, .V ore, William Smith
..• Strayer for the de
I >y ■’
I like the gymnasium, and (Ums:
1 id lliink it is a fine thing for the
When the verdiot liecame gener
h udentB if they are not allowed to
' urprise w . ih ex
overdo themselves in the work. ally Kiiov. '
quai era that the
Under proper management the pressed in
gymnasium is an excellent thing for bond mien in ill civnl case should
the young ‘indent. And I IHfr the be held » e,,m,trf> '•■ tor a defalca-
ihe .i iu.1 of lhe crimi
debating society, but 1 do not like iion v .'I' hii
ax Sheriff limit«
too much Hoeial life aixl too many
night doings. The young pupils, iiigtju th juy ratoroi-il a verdict
both boys and girls, need al) the erf not
It IB I
i lilt the case
eleep they can get while going to
school, and it is not Lest for them will be nppoaleU to the supreme
to be up at social functions throe or oouri., ult o.ojg!| at tlm pressnt writ
ing the n u s try papers have not
more times a week.
This mar, is jiltt right. A tevon been lik'd
able amount of athletic amusement I
in the public schools, as well as in '
i)i j Land Alfalfa.
higher institutioiiH of learning, may j
be well, hut the tendency in both 1
Dry -h.i !
lifa seems sure to be
school« and oolleges, the former a dominant factor in solving the
aping the Litter, is toward too much prxiiilum oi producing more hav,
sport; that is, it is coming to he along
ma le the in tin thing, th” chief ob from year to y.... r, in the North
ject of an education.
<• . i»,lrv
irci.rding to a
The “social life” of young pupils statement of “.Jii.i” White as au
attending common and high schools thority
I'li. dry land alfalfa will
is even worse.
After the days grow on mui.t < f th dry hills .of
study .iii.1 play and work, the place this country,- without irrigation,”
for Hchool children, even tho high aid Mr. White while in town one
school and academy children and ■ lay llii- week. “I sowed a pound
youths, is nt home and nt an early of this drv-laud alfalfa seed late
hour in bed. This may be a little this spring for experiment. Not-
old fir h med, (mt it is a word in j witlmHnding t he se ■ 1 being sown
favor of a fimhon that should never I
loo Fate—after the heavyj’anie were
up .nd is growing
Schools are running entirely too bi tter Hr
! tilt leipatsd. This al
much to formal game contest, juven falfa will
. > n length of four
ile HiiHal functions, and making feet, and two tons of it is worth
creatures out of children that they three-ton» nMirrifatetl or wet land
should lint be.
This director—his name is Smith
k '■ : I ‘
Sr , , huwcu
and bo has five children in school— ib.nit !- o
' this alfalfa early
is just right. Would there were in th'- i pi
1 Ii..- hill land north
more such duectora mid parents.— of town, .1 r |'ii
it as growing
PorlL nd Journal
iilmodt - w di - hop vines. It le
expt ; id tl t within another year
lheiii will I,-' « great dull of this
A movement in under way to H(-
kind of h . -i vn —North Powder
cure from the next legiehitiirentl.it
Hillary law, which shall definitely
establish t lie l uiiipeiiHiilioii of state
Iris opened a restau
officials and do away with the fee
Koth republican «id deni- rant and 6 J rv m ihe rear of tho
He ha i bread, pie cake,
ouratH were pledged by the party Windsor
platform« of the e.alnpaign of 1902,
Steer, 3 1-2 Cents. Cows.
Cent and Bulls 2 Ceots--The Entire
Herd Shipped to Seattle.
The first drove of grass beef ship
ped out this season arrived from
Camas Prairie last evening, and
was sent over the W. <fc C. R. last
night, to Carstine Brothers, of Seat
tle, says the East Oregonian.
Tlie drove consisted of 200 head
of choice range cattle, fat as butter
balls and one of the prettiest bunch
es of beef ever Bent out from this
The cattle belonged to Henry La-
zinka, George Linsner, Jacob Born,
Mossie Brothers and Ralph and
Sam Clark, who combined their
herds and drove in together, mak
ing tho distance of 50 miles in three
days, although the dust and heal
were almost intolerable part of the
The cattle were purchased for
Carstine Brothers, of Seattle, by L.
Stubblefield, tho popular and well
known buyer of this city, at the fol
lowing prices: Steeis, 3], cows. 2},
and bulls 2 cents
This first shipment of grass beef
for 1904 is at least three weeks later
than last year, the first shipment
last year having been made about
June 10 bv the same parties.
These cattle have been on the
best range in Eastern Oregon since
early in the spring, and were in
prime condition and Buffered but
little loss of weight by the three
days' drive in the hottest weather
of the season.
While the'prices are about one-
half a cent lower than last year,
the growers are fairly well satisfied
with the result of the Hale and feel
that the indications are for higher
prices later in the season, as there
is no over production of cattle in
that district. There are fully 1000
head of choice beef cattle in the
Camas pravie district ready for the
market now, and other drives will
follow this ono regularly as the
stuff is needed in tho markets.
The number of cattle left ready
for the market in the Camas prarie
district is about the Rair.n as at
this time last year.
A WONIÌERHL INVENTION
Al is I nt. renting to note that for-
L’. L. Land Oltiee, Burns, Oregon
' 1 u.c s an frequently mads by the
Mav 7, 1904.
I invention of uiticles of minor iu:-
A sufficient contest affidavit havii": , [Mirlaiice. Manv of tin“ more pnp-
lawn tihsl in this office by Grant K -
are III”“'“ designed to
terson, contestant, against Homestead , nlar devices i
entry 1S55, made February 21. 1903, lor : benefit people ■ and meet popular
N>* S\V‘-4- and WL. SE'a Sbclion 17, eendition«, and one of the most in-
Township 25 8., Rang« 28 H., by Jjbby ' teresting of these thathas evnr been
J. Mulloy Conlestee, in which it i.-i al invented is thd Dr. W bite Electric
leged that Libby J. Mulloy has totally
Comb, patented Jan. 1, 99 These
abandoned said entry and lias not resid
ed upon or improved said entry for more wonderful Combs positively cure
than six months next prior hereto, and dandruff, hair foiling out, sick and
there are now noimprovements thereon, nervous headaches, and when used
and that said alleged atiHcnce was not with Dr. White’s Electric Hair
duo to her employment in the Army,
i Brush are po 'lively guaranteed
Navy or Marine Corpsof the U. S., said
parties are hereby notified to appear, to maki straight Lair curly in 2”
Thousands of these j
respond and offer evidence touching said ' Jays tin e,
allegation at 10 o’clock a. in. on June |( jectlie
c<'mbs have been sold in^
15th, 1904 before the Register and Re-' '
. .. ,, - , a. .
the v,;.:ons ett: '- ■ ! tb i nimi, mill
ceiver at the LTnited States Land Olli e
in Burns, Oregon.
lhe demand is constantly inereas-
The said contestant having, in a pre-, ing.
Our agents are rapidly Le
per affidavit, filed Slay 7, 1904 sot forth coming rich idling these combs,
facts which show that after dus dilli-'
positively hi 11 on sight. Send
gence personal service of this notice can ‘
gizH ;;5c Indies'
not be made, it is hereby ordered and
directed that such notice be^ivon by due i'9b<‘
(bait pric: w ilie v
and proper publication.
| trocucing them.) 1 be D. White
W m . F akkk , I The Dr. White Electric Comb Co.,
Register, j Ue(.atur. In .
V ' , ' V.l
We are sole agents for the W B Con
the most oeriect fitting corset m^tde.
Misses and Infant’s Dresses.
□ents Furai oiling Goods
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
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REVISED TABLE O
We still have a large line of ladfe
Shirt Waists, Shirt Waist Suits,K
monits, Dress Skirts and DjJ
Goods to select from
The following table has been compiled afit r careful r .1 thorough
lion of ad records and statistics obtainable and gives actual resource
county, every item of which can bo proven :
Number, t ar ,
Wool clip annually, Harney county. ..
Sheep shippe I annually.........
Cattle shipped annually............................
Horses and mules shipped annually. ...
Merchandise sdipped into merchants........
Merchandise shipped direct to ranchers
Stock salt and sulphur
Stage freight at 3 cents per pound.............
The haying «eison s new on
Buy where you can buy most for your money,
in and Lt us figuri on ' o; r bill and we guarai
send you away gatif fit. i.
Lumber sold annually, feet..........................
Fuel wood sold annuall, cords............................
Fence postH sold annually, ....
rASHENUKIU Ain MAIL.
Passengers by stage annually, 600 at $10.........
Passenger« by private conveyances, 1,800
Number of sheep owned in Harney county.....................
Number of sheep summered in Harm v county.............
Number of cattle owned in Harnev county
Tons ot hay grown annually in Harney, over
Tons of hay grown annually, in a radius of 30 mile of Burna
.... : »0,000
. . 550,000
. . 150,000
AllKA OF LAND IN IIAK.NEY COVXTY.
Area of land, acres ...................
..................... 3,170,480 :X
Of above amount 556,324 acres are in forest re-erie ami Carey «elections.
Improved, not patented.......................
Susceptible In irrigation under IL S. Geological
rvi vi f Silvies Valley
reservoir cast of Silvies River north of Malhi in,L:i <e
Amount susceptible to irrigation weal of .''■¡Ivies River, estima'ed
. 162,240 it
I'lider (J. S Geological survey, vaca I
I urey selections, approved.............................
Road <'ompnnles I.ami.........
Susceptible to irrigation...........
Tillable bench land above lrrigat'on line, ov. i ..
Amount now covered by Malheur Lake which would bo drained and re
claim bv holding up water of Silvias ltiver in ien-i v.iir...........
Water Facilities—Silvios River, Silver creel, McCc.y creek, Blitzeii River, and
ten smaller streams.
Altitude—4,100 feet— same as Salt Lak. Valley.
Annual precipitation— 12 im lit s.
Minerals—2,200 pounds of borax mined and huuletl by team from Denio, Ore
gon, to Winnemucca, Nevada, daily, being all t1 at i levelo id to speak of.
<’rops—Wheat, oats, rye, barley, abalfa, s: _-ar ber t-t, hop«, potatoes and al)
kinds of hardy fruits and vegetab es.
The pill that will, will fill the
bill, without a gripe. To cleanse
the liver, without a quiver, take one
at night. DeWitt’s Little Early
Risers are small, easy to take,easy
and gentle in eJTect, yet they are
so certain in results that no one
who uses them is disappointed. Eor
quick relief from biliousness Bick
headache, torpid liver, jaundice,
dizzinesH and all troubles arising
from an inactive, Hiuggi h liver,
to the enactment of such a law. A
I' p-to-dii1 '• ”>'■ printing at reason Early Risers are uni qualii-il Sold
flat Hillary bill was introduced al able prices.
by Burns’ Druggists.
the lust regular session and was
supported by nil of fhe democratic
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers,
members nod many of the republi
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
cans, but failed to Ire come n law.
W tu n I. liter« wS" aubaiitted tn the who wants to enjoy a good hearty i A ’
Under the existing system the electora of Uiu l. -, . I tlu Inni general
laugh to send 50c for “Tips to!
emolument of the state officials are election a r ■. mr it by law, an initia
i I ■ it Option Liquor Agents.” Worth $50 to any per
very Urge and fur in excess of the tive |jeü’i<«l
son who sells good h for a living.
value of t he services rendered The
,n tl <■.’ Itb'lav of .fune, If not satisfactory your money
secretary of Hate’s oilice is popular- I
Circular for stamp. The
ly reputed to be worth from $li.OTt) e«<4 k.iD » * .4 «¿AbiklUjiOrwgsn,
They are Right diu s
Dr. White electric Comb Co., Deca
to $20.000 n year, ami other ofltclaig 'Od canv^i ’
i : »'ten for said law ;
And, wl»>'t' as, , » «eiertwined and tur, 111.
of the Htate government receive
— i-. ’ A-fl * tq V.r
',h “ canvass that
compensation that ih nearly ,,r|(
tlieri W'le ..¿6v„tv. ca.-t/o, said Local
quite Hi exce««ive — Portland Jmir- > ' »|,tT
1 * |u
■ l* 1 liv, Iflid <”19.4 Votes
ca ts r
- ”le, : nd Hint the
i so el Inu A-e-.iv.il' ah eftirinative major-
, ¡'y ot .......... al aaaibui of cUucLivu votes
Judge (. .ode of Virginia tells ”1 ea l ih-’i .‘ii .a.! it't’ ,1 to Is- coiinhxl
I miller ti e I \ N . a ■' of 1 iw ;
an inte view In* had with Judah
Now. Tbv- 'I'ur L. Geo. E. t'hainlier-
Benjamin when the latter wan Co :
“I And Thedford'» BUrk-Dn»tight
■ e State of Oregon.
a »nod nw'dicine for liumr
reiary i>f war.
i mi |
llcnved miv -on after he had up nt
U 'J of an Act eu
It is all ti e n <»d-
are n lawyer, are you*not?” ask'd title! • In
ini',iin.: effective the
klwe I take'-MRS. < AKOUNB
d .p ■ o.iJnin pniviaion» of
If your liver dowi not act r»v<?-
ed iii tie allirniative, whereupon Sellimi l id A r.i .- l\ vi li e Constiti! ■
nlurlv go to your drutfRist and
lion et the
> - ' • gon, io ____
situ re a |uu kag<< of Tnedford’h
the secretary asked ‘‘What do you
j iug eh« ti'i.n ili -re., dei ami [nwvUiìng
bIa< k«Draught and take a d< -w*
e ill- aider
iler a i large feetT
fee?” "Well, lip
* | t n *l e
- ' \
tonight. lliis preat family
•f.H oi the provision«
medicine frees the ooefltipated
in the mountains, where I live, if n|e((jd«'A t.T' \
vol Erbrr.a y 24.I9Û3,
bowvb. stir» up the torpid liver
lawyer gits $5<Mi he thinks he has
and cause« a licalihy sa'crrl.on
. ) <
? H hv ( it«’ oí Orison,
«true k it rich,” replieii G oh I«'
Thedford's Black - l»rnnffht
ami tierlure that the
will cleanae the Iwwdi of im
u ht»4e tuttMÓri •( ret w» c«-*t I« tlw State
purities and strergthrn the kid*
‘ EXTRAS AIA AYS
and then 1 nnii! :'*K<>w tny practice <•( < »re^tì for /.»»- f. tl Option Liquor
nev«. A torpid liver invites
Ibis; If a client itotnea te j I uv w;. 4 ; I.
has I k
e^4*ml the whole
colda, biliousness, chills and
fever and all manner <*f sick-
tit agalnat «aiti I aku I
I charge him a good ; nnìubrr
my < I
mws andcxaitiigion. Weak kid
If he corne» »round toi
neys result in Bright's disease
umi thal «UÌ4 I
o . u n Liquor Law
which claims as many victims
bother me 1 charge him h refrevher. I rfinvÌNtHÌ an t.f
nth» majority <4 the
If lit ,-..no - t<> lia»« «orne work |
parkRtf** <4 Theilford's B“ k
»‘tal ipv ’ •
- rii«t on Rìid
Praught should aiwax 4
<1 in«, on the caee i charge bim n ( moiHiirt*
i »•ntitlò io Ix» rounted
in the bouse
reminder ami when the case i« con- under |hv rn»v«!*»onv <4 hw, ami thai
••! »»rd TV
Drauirht fair liver
*»id i-.»ral <•! 'I.m l iquor U* »hall Ite
cludt d I charge him a finisher
Rtaints and four«1
!»■« I» In fot! f rr. n ! 1 effe t a« thè
u*- WUXI AM <
III» >f t':<- lite
il troni tlie
>•»*.“( tlib Pv <$.i 3riTi«b. ì TN I
A I matiila tanchvr Ibid «<KU»
t ’•atóOi ttd«24th
land which is underlaid by A hard-i ì dar
pan of several ¡nebee thick
I n-1 1 (Signed) »(*
i .„ÇllibKI AIS,
éA .frvie'N Oregon
der this the «oil i« rich «nd <i<-«p I
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
CeUta at rd
while on lop it is »hallow and badlv
I. in ’S BAK,
mixed with alkali. He pul charge»
■r. tary «4 stale.
of dynamite in thi« hurdp*u and i
. ÿ L y
CITY SWEAT MARKET.
. i 'J j «1 JI rCE, Prop’s.
GN a SAU; . iE.
Home Sugar Cured
Home Made ward
Beef sold by thy quartcr'and
cut up to .suit the customer.
Gag Material from
McCORMiCK MOWER and
« th. . rice
and Sihingie Mill.
All kin.is of dry 1 umb t — Rou( h and Suifaced—always
hand. Rust c, Flooring, Vov t n..- Stair Railing, Wnw
Stool, etc. Also first lass Suw d S”ing’es.
A K .RICHARDSON,
lonN Me AJLLEN
•á¿ W to - uaìt püoimmhjb
<t «■ ! < ¡mil inipr^ved photography In
use to be* had. ¡’rofi Paticls, Artist’» I’roof and
I ‘ .Ki ! in procès«
l’L.ol S linished ui. vp-tiedak
For a Big Machir • and little Money
FOLEY, ■'gt. in Murns
broke it up after which he areih-d (
the land to alfalfa.
He uow hae
Jol> printing— i He Fimes-Ilerald
stjle upon pp¡k allori. Ä4
trv»m tbt nmallest
lovket pkture up io ;n B y t-y fiq^lied in AriMo
Platino or on any of the Afoencsh pap-rs.
ry opposite First N.iio a! Ba ik ‘
Gives all the loca news
Piccolo*and Banci Supplier
s- l <w
JOHN P. »TWATTOB,
Stt.sis,*ft.«ilf Hll .» .
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