The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, July 16, 1904, Image 2

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    WE HAVE THE GOODS,
WE MAKE THE PRICES,
WE GET THE TRAty
Will George and Herman Ruh
Stauffer and allowed his foot to WATER RIGHTS RESPECTED
up from Lawen yesterday on
were
hang outside the rig when his foot
business.
land
was caught by the wheel which
SATURDAY.JULY IB, 1904.
(Concluded
from
page
1)
drew him foi w ard in such a man­
Call For County Warrants.
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ner as to break it. The young be
taken
up
does
not
detract
in
tne
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
man was brought to this city last least from the feasibility of the; Notice is hereby given that there
Oue Year ..........................................
Saturday night by Clarence Silvied valley project for this valley are funds in the county treasury
Hix Mouths ..
..........................
Three Months ...
Drinkwater where the fracture or that the government has aban­ I for the redemption of all warrants
was reduced and he has since been doned it. They now have men in drawn on the Road, Building and
M anager
at the hospital here under the ibis field looking after certain data Genera! Funds and registered prior
care of physicians. He is report­ and examining various things that March 1, 1904. Interest on the
must be in the hands of the depart­ same will cease from this date,
lion. 1. S. Geer is in receipt of ed doing very well.
ment before a report can be made July 1G, 1901.
a letter from the Lewis and Clark
of
this project. In fact such a pro- I -
J. M. D alton .
MALHEUR
GIVEN
UNI
IL
OCTOBER
1.
fair commission in which the com­
position
as
we
have,
the
large
body
1
Treasurer
Harney
County,
Oregon
mission makes a proposition to I
of vacant land, which is estimated I
Chief
Newell
Said
to
be
Disappointed
pay one half of the cost for the
can be reclaimed for at least half
Notice of Assignment.
Seeming Lack of Interest.
collection of an exhibit from this
the cost of the Malheur project—
county. The people of Harney
To the public: In order to close
If the farmers of Northern Mal­ on account of the larger number of
county should by all means get
heur County want their tracts, as acres susceptible—and the fact that up our general merchandise busi-
up an exhibit covering each and irrigated by the government, they the Pacific Live Stock Co , W. V ness in Burns as speedily as possi-
every resource and product. This will have to get together before Oct. <fc C. M. W. R. Co. and Win Hanley, ble, we the undersigned have
selection should be made judici­ 1 and notify the interior Depart­ practically the only big land con­ made an assignment to David
ously as possible and sent to the ment of their willingness to bear cerns that would be effected are Miller, who will collect all ac­
railroad where it would be taken their proportionate share of the cost ready and willing to enter i .to a counts due the firm and pay all
charge of by the secretary of the of constructing the proposed Mal­ contract with the smaller land own­ debts.
full stock of HaPcluUGPe, machinery, CUagons, C ii
M iller & T hompson .
commission. We are at a disad­ heur reclamation project. This ers and unite in asking the govern­
Hages, Plouus, Cultivators, UJindmills and Pun^
vantage, of course, being so far emphatic statement was made to­ ment to take up the Silvies project,
will
appeal
to
the
officials.
We
from any railroad point, and it day by Chief Engineer Newell, of
Notice of Assighnee.
may expect the proposition to be
on hands at prices to suit the times
will be hard to get our exhibit to the Reclamation Service, who has
taken
up
at
any
time
in
the
near
the load in good condition. Nev­ just returned from Oregon, says the
All persons owing the firm of
future It is bound to come. There
ertheless we should do it and send Oregonian’s Washington Corres­ is no question about its being a go Miller & Thompson are hereby
notified to make immediate settle­
something that will open the eyes pondent.
Mr. Newell visited Vale and On­ some time.
of the people.
The Tinies Herald believes in ment of their account with C. H.
tario, and at both places addressed
Leonard atty, for the Assignee, at
the farmers. To his surprise and keeping this important matter be­ i his office in Burns Oregon.
Cows are now being milked by dissapointment, he failed to find fore the people of this section , and
, i
D avid M iller .
electricity in some parts of Ger­ any live interest in irrigation, or asks that every effort be made to
Assigi ee of Miller & Thompson.
many. The American Consular any particular desire that the gov­ to bring matters in such shape as i
the pro-1
Agent at Gera reports that the ernment should undertake the will be in readiness when
per time comes to act.
method is proving very successful, storage and distribution of the wa­
ONLY
I I < l -. '
ters
of
the
Malheur
River
for
the
as the cows, which have most in­
benefit of present and prospective
Grant County’s Sheep.
terest in the matter, appear to
farmers of that region. On the
prefer the device to hand milking.
IN BURNS.
other hand, he said the formers ap­
Geo Irving, Grant County’s stock
Furthermore, absolute cleanliness peared so busily engaged in har­
inspector, passed through this city “Walk-Over” Shoes
is said to be assured, the milk vesting their present crop as to care
this week enroute to the Logan val­ sold everywhere at
flowing from the udder down nothing about the future, and ap. ley country to look after some
the same price.
through a sterilized rubber tube. parently would not be arroused to scabby sheep reported to be rang­
the importance of irrigation in Mal­ ing in that locality. To the Blue
heur county.
Mountain Eagle, Mr Irving stated
MONEV IN EGGS.
be found twenty-neven bands of ALL TUI: LATEST
Oregon Agricultural College
sheep afflicted with the scab thus
Just at the present time eggs
STYLES.
far this season of which twenty-
seem to be as scarce in the mar­
The Oregon Agricultural College three bands belonged to sheepmen BOOT and SHOE
ket as they were in the winter
at Corvallis, is the largest wealth­ on the John Day river. In each in­
Repairing.
ami early spring. The writer has iest and best supplied institution of
stance the owners have been busy
made inquiries almost daily the higher learning in the northwest.
dipping their sheep since shearing
past week at the various stores There are 33 instructors, 500 gradu­
and will soon be ready to drive to
but has not been able to get an ates, and 530 students. Tuition is summer range in the mountains.— Opposti First Nations
Your Potronage Solicited
free; board $2.75 per week and Blue Mountain Eagle.
egg-
An interesting item was called books cost about $10 per year. Ac­
to our attention yesterday by one cepts students from high schools
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
c
of our leading merchants who was and colleges; also affords a sub­
making out an account for a far­ freshmen department which is also
Hon. C. W. Parrish and L. A
mer. This farmer doesnot make free to students well advanced in Jackson are enjoying a few days’
a business of chickens but merely the eighth grade of public schools sport trout fishing on Emigrant.
sells what he does not use and he Course in pharmacy, agriculture, '' L. W. Shepard, Walter Cross and
Where one can find a fine assortments
mechanism, electricity, household
had been credited with something
J. O. Darst, all came down from
science, mining,
book-keeping,
Trout creek Tuesday afternoon
over Joo dozen eggs in the past
stenography ami typewriting gratis;
19 months that averaged him a reasonable charges in vocal and in­ Mrs. C. A Byrd will take orders for
little over 28J't cents per dozen strumental music. Every county Tailor Made suits. Call at the millinery
receiving $143.30 for the eggs he in Oregon is represented in this store and see samples.
Mrs Tom Allen and son Fred
had brought in. Almost one half college The fact that the majority
of the above number had been of the students are wholly or in arrived home Wednesday evening
brought in during the past 7 part self supporting is ample evi­ from a visit to Portland and other
dence that the Oregon Agricultural points.
months.
Just received a nice lot of ap-
This item will certainly open College has placed a scientific and
SUMMER DRY GOOD?, FURNISHINGS
plique
Trimmings and Madalions
literary
education
within
easy
the eyes of some of our people
We Have the reputation of Carrying the
and show them the possibili­ reach of every ambitious boy and Laces and Ribbons.— I.unabtirg &
girl. Send for catalogue.
Dalton.
ties of the chicken business in this
Registrar J. B. Horner will be at
W. J. Coleman and wife took
vicinity. It one would take up the Burns Hotel next Monday
As well as the
their
departure last Thursday morn­
such .1 business and properly equip afternoon to examine applicants
ing for a few weeks’ outing in the
Our
Cash
Prices
are
lowest
.1 park a small fortune could be and to meet others who may be in­
mountains
made. So far we have heard of terested in the college.
Prices liotuer Than Ever before.
I or R ent oh S ale —A saloon
no spring chickens being market­
and
fixtures
for
rent
or
sale
at
a
ed here this season, ami inciden­
smithloi . eman
LV1TABERG- de ZD-2Ù-UI0
reasonable price and terms. F
tally we might say, that the man­
further particulars apply to
Tuesday evening at the parlor of
ager of this great religious week-
L. N. Olson, Drewsev.Ore.
•his city oc
—ly is—on—rirr—same—order—as a the Elkhorn L.ool
■ATS. CAPS. SHOES.
John Budelman arrived home
methodist preacher when it comes curree the marriage of C. R. Smith,
last evening via Prineville from a
TIES, UNDERWEAR.
to chicken and there are many of Burns, ami Miss Lillian Coleman,
of John day, County Judge Mo- visit to his family in Portland
others in Burns just like him.
SHIRTS. CUFFS, and
Haley preforming the ceremony in John reports his wife and son en­
lip expect ¡¡,4 lot
the presence of a few friends Mr. joying good health.
COLLARS.
Etc..
Etc.
BELSHAW BROUGHT BINGS.
and Mrs. Smith took their departure
Chester Smith and bride arrived
Watches
IN FACT FURNISHING OF ALL
Wednesday morning for Burns home last Wednesday evening. A
Chas. Ilelshaw arrived here the where they will make their future
All are Reduced
reception was given at the home of
other day with a load of cherries home —Blue Mt Fade.
l,ee Caldwell the same evening in
from his famous orchard on the
their honor and many of ibeir
Bet er
eye
Piles Upon Top of Piles
John Day. He visited the sanc­
young friends called to offer con­
tum of this great religious, as is
gratulations
The Burns Band
space.
Piles upon top of piles of people serenaded them and all was fun
his custom anti left a twig less
than 11 inches long from which have the Piles, ami DeWitt’s Witch and good humor. Refreshments
we took 128 cherries of the Bing Hazel Salve cures them. Then- were served. Mr. and Mrs. Smith
variety. It was impossible to are many different kinds of Piles' are now at home at the W. J. Cole­
Jeweler and Optician.
but if you get the genuine and man residence.
Special
Prices
on
Big
Grocery
Orders.
save them they looked good
original Witch Hazel Salve made
Indian Charlie and Capt. Louie
and tasted better. Come again
by E C. DeWitt
Co. of Chicago,
••Lucie’’ Charles, but make it a a cure is certain. H. A. Tisdale, have each written letters to Dr.
Marsden from Fort Bidwell, stating
Cloud hur-t caused considerable
whole limb.
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
i of Summerton, S. C says, “I had
From observation of orchards piles 20 years and DeWitt’s Salve they have had a big time there dur­ damage in the country northwest of
Burn’- Orr .
11. 1904.
» *•
liven that In compt.enee
in this city and surrounding vic­ | cured me after everything else ing the 4th of July festivities and thia count;, the past week. Hep- with the
provision, of the act of Congree. of
are
loud
in
their
praises
of
Prof
fortheeale oftlm
pit- w-i« again visited by a cloud ¿¡J"* E,
inity we predict that it will not failed.” Sold bv Burns’Druggist.
States of California. Oregon,
Rakestraw superintendent of the >urst. no lives were lost but much her >ao<l> In the
"••h-ogton Territory.” aaexten-1-
In- more than two seasons before
7’t‘? i'll*1,*kPn?li<' f"’1
’ t
’ of •'->e
Indian sehixfl at that place They '1
1 ■ t->-rope. A portion ofthe
S’
of T,com* co'intv f
Harney valley cherries will be on
P
ha« this lay til I
The large irrigating ditch being I state they have met many ludiai «
offlee hlt eworn sutement No ¿9 for
wn . Mitchell was destroyed on ¡» thia
Growers of Reliabl Nu-scry SVck
the market here and enough constructed bv Byram brothers to
purchase of the XUNW'., SW>. NE . si
i there from various sections, had a I he nigh: t Julv 11, and two peo­ ths
„•
V*11 !>o ' in ^ownship No'i: s
almost to supply the local demand. take water from the head of Rear I big dance, the school boys played
IhTTf'th.0« ra
'V **■'
wil1 olTer t’1’00* >'»
SALEM, OREGON.
ple w re d wned. Some 28 build- >U tYmter
mon‘ ' «'“«We lor
creek is nearly completed. They ball for a $40 purse and they also
!** wiber.or stone than for agricultural pur-
in.; - r- carried away Mitchell poaea. and to establish his claim tn «.1.1 i,„.t
4e guarantee ni! nursery stuck true to lattei nnd in g
leg broken .
hot>e to have it finished early this participated in some horse racing
-S’"1'iro< «“• o'Sre
is th
m ty seat of Wheeler coun­ if I™
°" WidD“d»r.«th lay
order when delivered, else we will refund Money <* ""
fall and by next season have sever A most interesting feature was a
ty and has about 200 inhabitants.
: "»»am Ro.mon t, of
place free of cost.
Sonii™ Wsehington. Jacobi.. Metcalf.’of
Elbert, the lO-ycar old son of al hundred acres added to their 1 barbecue for the Indians on the 4th
From
Grant
county
patters
we
learn
meadow
end
grain
crops
—
Blue
/ ir pries at Salem, Oregon. Loa Angles California, Nenb
Mr. and Mrs. Adam George, had
'
* 1 “ Brt,n °* T«omi
| and Ixiuie says they had “lots nf| that
-loud bursts have occur­
ypey Haiming adrereely the
the misfortune to break his right Mt. Eagla.
v-
, t-
-hir gton. Stock for thia section brought fro,a
grub." Thev had numerous big red in th- northern part of that
'bod lands arereqn.-.te.i tofli- the.r
North hkimi.
New sytles Roval Worcester Cor­ talks with tbe big chiefs and exj>ecl county, but without any material dM~J.tr i^Bf*
leg below the knee last Saturday.
Fanns. Register
I to La home now in a few davs
lie was driving a team for Mrs. sets at Brown’s.
damage
SHOE STORE
None Petter.
James Smith
GEER & CUMMINS.
EVERYTHING
Miller & Thompson Stock
1
Seasonable goods always ol
Great Reductions.
All Goods Must be Sold.
hand for inspection I
Buy Your
MEW TRIMMINGS, LACES and RlBBOll
GROCERIES
BEST ASSORTMENT
NOW
BEST QUALITY
$20 SUITS NOW $15
Others in proportion
a
of fid
and some of tq
latest Creations io Jewels I
kep qodi
ootbM
DO IT NOW
Call and see the Suits
The Price will Please.
OREGON NURSERY CO.
’
cited,
GEO- MICKEY, Agent.
Burns, ("F