The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, July 23, 1904, Image 2

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    Call
For Count) Warrant».
i.
WE HAVE THE GOODS,
WE MAKE THE PRICES,
WE GET THE TRAD
Harney valley is just now getting a cure is certain. 11. A. 1 isdale,
before the world and it will only of Summerton, S. C. says, 1 had
Notice is hereby given that there
take a short time to make it vhe piles 20 years and DeWitt’s Salve are funds in the county treasury
cured
me
after
everything
else
A SECOND GOVERNMENT IRTIGATION most famous s* lion in all the west
for the redemption of all warrants
where there can be made homes for failed.” Sold by Burns’ Druggist.
PROJECT IN HARNEY COUNTY
drawn on the Road, Building and
thousands. It needs developing:
General Funds and registered prior
it needs advertising, and push and LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION March 1, 1904. Interest on the
Additional Withdrawal of 300,000 Acres im enterprise to push it to the Iront.
same will cease from this date,
Thursday on Silver Creek-*Only a
It has no rivals in magnitude, re­ To the Honorable County Court
July 16, HMM
Small Portion of it Settled.
sources or possibilities.
of Harney County, Stale of Oregon, j
J. M. D alton .
We,
the
undersigned
petitioners
Treasurer
Harney
County,
Oregon.
Register Fane of the local land
SOME CHICAGO CAPITALISTS HERE residents. taxpayers
ami legal
office in this city on Thursday re­
vote/B of Diamond precinct, said
Notice of Assignment.
ceived a telegram from the Depatt. Looking Over This Section with View county and state most respectful))
A « \ I \
ment at Washington, 1). C., instruct
of Investing in Land.
petition your honorable court to, To the public: In order to close
grant a license to Augustine Gilbert up our general merchandise busi­
ing him to withdraw 15 townships
E 1J. Hill arrived in this city to sell Spirituous, Malt and \ inuous ness in Burns as speedily as possi­
on Silver creek from entry, except
restricted homesteads and an addi­ Thursday night with a party of liquors in less quantities than one ble, we the undersigned have
tional amount from entry of all Chicago capitalists who are here to gallon in said precinct tor a period made an assignment to David
kinds which will be used for reser­ invest money and will spend some of three (3) months, begining on Miller, who will collect all ac­
time looking over various parts of August 20th 1904.
counts due the firm and pay all
voir purposes.
NAMES.
debts.
Z A '• , '
The lands withdrawn are as fol- the county. A part of them have
Thos Sullivan, M Horton, \\ M
M ii . lkk & T hompson .
lows: Townships 26 in ranges 27, gone to the Alkali lake section to
28, 2!); townships 25 in ranges 27, look at some borax deposits and Wyatt, A Short, Joe Jensen, James
28, 29; townships 24, ranges 26, 27, later the whole party will make an M McKissick B Lewis, C R Davis­
pull stock of HarTdLUare’ Machinery, UJacjons, C
28; townships 23, ranges 25, 26, 27; extended tour of the southern part son, E A Henry, John McLean Jas.
Devor,
J
Trobb,
D
C
Mcore,
Dalia
of
the
county.
townships 22, ranges 25 and 26.
They will in all probability in­ Turner, John Hoss, W A Maupin,
Hages, Plocus, Cultivators, Olindmills and Pun
An additional amount of land is al­
real J B Ivy, G A Smyth, A Davis, J E
vest
considerable
money
in
so withdrawn in township 21,range
estate in Harney county- The par- Smith.
on hands at prices to suit the times
25 for reservoir purposes.
Col.
ty
consists
of
II.
C.
Hawkes,
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
on
The area of this second with­
and the 20th day August 1901, the un­
drawal in round numbers is 300,- C. C. Carnahan, C. E. Thomas
II.
W.
McAlister.
dersigned will apply t<> the County
000 acres and an examination of
Court of the State of Oregon for
the records in the local land office
.JOHN G EM BEHLING,
Harney County for the license
BIG
GRAIN
YIELD
discloses the fact that not to ex­
mentioned in the foregoing petition. .Tevveler.
Optician
and
ceed 30,000, exclusive of the Wagon
Knarraver.
A
ugustine G ii . beiit .
Along
with
other
counties
of
Road land, has been appropriated
Fine Watch Repairing A Spe­
—the rest is all vacant government the state Harney will have one of
cialty.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
land.
the largest grain yields in her his­
This particular project is one tory, It will he even better than
To all whom it may concern:
that has ever appealed to those in many portions of the state
who have taken the pains to exam­ where frost has materially injured Take notice that by an order of the ONLV EXCLUSIV»
Hon. the County Court of the State i
ine it and has many advantages,
what was very promising crops. of Oregon for Harney County of
chief among them is the fact that
IN HURNS.
only a small strip along the creek The seasan has been very pecu­ date the 19th day of July 1904 the
has been appropriated and is de­ liar for this section bnt has been a Last Will and Testiment of \V. N. | “Walk-Over” Shoes
void of many complications that benefit to growing crops. People Jorgensen was admitted to Probate) sold everywhere at
are a drawback to other localities. who have been making a study of and Letters Testamentary issued I the same price.
There are no conflicting water rights farming are learning by exper­ to the undersigned Executor of
to interfere with the government ience and are now well enough said Will. All persons having
taking tip the proposition at once acquainted with climatic condi­ claims against the deceased will
and proceed with all possible speed tions that in future there will be present the same to me at mv office ALL THE LATEST
to completion. The land Is just no such thing- as failure of crops. in the City of Burns, Oregon, duly
STYLES.
what the irrigation act applies to— Grain now is looking fine and verified as by law provided within
6
mouths
from
the
expiration
of
BOOT and SHOE
practically all vacant land.
with the presen. weather is mak­
the publication of this Notice viz I I
The water supply is adequate,
ing a rapid growth.
Repairing.
weeks from the date hereof
according to those who are familiar
Dated July 23rd 1901.
with it and there is more actual va­
HE WAS TOO LATE.
W. L. Marsden,
cant government land susceptible
First Nationa
Executor. 1 Opposit Bank.
Your Potronage Solicited. Q|ff£R &
under the proposed reservoir site,
W.
E.
Burke,
of
the
Portland
Co.
considering the size, than any other
which has a 10,000 acre tract in
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
in the state.
vuJULuu .
n rr. nrown was a hUBIliêss vig­ »
Il TATO IUTKADCAT
flR^ry it will lie taken
up 1,'arey act, spout several days the
itor
from
Diamond.
past week in tlm Silver creek sec­
at once.
L. W. Sheppard was among our
This makes a total of 840,000 tion with a surveyor looking over
business
visitors yesterday.
the
field
with
a
view
to
asking
for
acres of land withdrawn within a
a
second
contract.
radius of 36 miles of Burns. That
Ed Laughlin and family were ov­
Where one can find a fine assortme
Mr. Burke found an excellent er from their home in Crook county
distance will cover lhe outside lines
of lhe withdrawal, including the project and several very desirable this week.
two reservoir sites. The land sus­ tracts, lie was quite enthusiastic
B. F. Ausmus and Sam Graves
ceptible to irrigated under the Sil- over the proposition and would
were
up from Lawen this week on
vies reservoir ¿site being 540,(XX) likely have applied for a withdrawal
land
business.
acres, the Silver creek site 300,(XX). but iinds the government has head­
The latter takes practically all the ed him oil'and withdrawn 15 town­ Mrs. C. A. Byrd will take orders for
Tailor Made suits. Call at the millinery '
land from Upper Silver creek to ships in that vicinity. Mr. Burke store
and see samples.
Harney lake adjacent to the stream. says there is no question of water
R.
M Everett, one of the substan­
Those figures would certainly there and that there are numerous
tial
citizens
of Harney, was a busi­
stagger any one not familiar with reservoir site-' where water can be
SUMMER DRY GOODS, fURNISfllNGS
ness
visitor
to our city one day
stored.
this section and in fact there are
this week.
many living in our midst that do
We Have the Reputation of Carrying the
Examining
Our
Fish
and
Streams.
Just received a
not seem to realize the enormity of
plique Trimmings
it or to consider what it would
mean to have it all under an irriga­
A party of young men consisting Laces and Ribbons.—Lunaburg A
tion system and put in condition i of J. O. Snyder, E. ('. Starks and Dalton.
Our Cash Prices are lowest
for cultivation. Think of the num­ E. 1. Mortis, from Sanford Univer­
Roy Bunyard ami wife
sity, are at present in this vicinity the city one day this week
ber of homes it would make!
luitabeeg ¿c zo a lt
The. Sil vies yalley project has i in the capacity of assistants to the says he is into the hav field
been pushed to the foreground I' S Fish Commission, looking af­ deep just at present.
a sHa:tttt:«: ::?::nna:t:t:;:i
only on account of its largeness ter the fish of these upper streams.
and because more land was suscept-
Mr Snyder informs a reporter of Geo. Mickey, agent for the Or<-
ibre to irrigation under it. The thia great religious that they are gon Nursery Co . has returned from
BATS. CAPS. SHOES,
Silver creek project has not been securing dnta and specimens from a canvassing trip to the northern
part
of
lhe
county.
neglected through lack of merit, all the streams of this section. The
TIES, UNDERWEAR.
rn i xpeci ¡1,4 a lot if fl
i oit R ent oh H ai . k —A saloon
but because it was not thought the fish taken from the streams are
SHIRTS, CUFFS, and
government would act favorably preserved in alcohol and are in and fixtures for rent or sale at a
Watches aod some if 1
upon the two projects in this county. jierfect condition when wanted for reasonable price and terms. For
COLLARS, Etc., Etc..
Think of l,(XX),0O9 acres of level examination nt the labrat.iries further particulars apply to
IN FACT FURNISHING OF ALL KINDS
latest Creations m Jew!
L. N. Olson, Drewsev, Ore.
land in one body within the borders Even the food, etc. is preserved so
of one county being withdrawn for that every nature of the specimen
All are Reduced
Mrs. G. W. Waters has betn quite
Bet er keep i^our eijeon'.
irrigation purposes by the govern­ may be determined
seriously ill for some time past.
These nssistants make accurate The lady is reported improving at
ment. Do people on the outside
and in the crowded states of the examination of the streams and this time which is good news to her
space.
east realize what we have here? It lakes, determine the teuqierature, many friends.
is an empire within itself. It des­ volume and general character of
G-ezxx’toexiizxg’,
tined to be the greatest mid most the streams. They also take pho­ Geo. Maupin is here from his
Jeweler and Optician.
tographs of the various streams, in­ home on the Owyhee, having
productive valley in the west.
brought
in
a
load
of
freight
for
our
vestigate
all
vegitation
surround
­
The fact that the government has
made this second and additional ing them and get specimens of ev­ merchants. He will spend a few
Special Prices on Bi*Grocery Orders.
withdraw! shows that lhe officers erything connected with the waler days here looking after souse busi­
ness affairs
in charge of the reclamation depart­ such as frogs, snakes, etc.
Ed Howard is over from bis
The young men are at present
ment have confidence in it and
Buy none but the beat stock
it is not reasonable to suppose that along the banks of Silvies river ad­ home near Drewsev under the care
which is always the ceeapest
to Bums and it is possible of a physician. Ed is looking quite
this vast area of land will be held jacent
.
up for any length of time without The Times-Herald will have the bad, but Dr. Marsden says it is on­
privilege of giving its readers some ly a scheme to get out of putting
quick results.
Both reservoir s tes are in close interesting data regarding the local .up hay.
proximity and can be used together. fish in its next issue
Growers of Reliable Nursery Stock
Grover Jameson arrived home
Water from either can bo run into
I this week from Crook county. He
SALEM, OREGON.
the territory of the other. The two
had been touring the interior towns
projects cover all the streams that
We gmtr.nl« all nursery stock true to label .nd in good
I as a member of the Meade-Harvey
BRENTON <fc BERDUCO, Prop»
feed the big lakes on the north and i Pile* upon top of pile* of people theatrical company. Tney played
place
free
of
cost
-
with the conservation of the surplus | have the Piles, and DeWitt's Witch i Bend last week and decided to
Main St., iioree.ftT*
water these lakes, which have no Hazel Salve cure« them. There) camp there for the balance of this
Horses receive th*
V T"ir\v
*-«l- CUUte.i. \„lh
outlet, will soon recced, leaving are many different kinds of Piles' j ! month and Grover decided to run
inkima. \\ phingtcHi Stock fn» th;« -- *• »
from experienced hand»
many more townships now covered but if you get the genuine and j home on a visit to bis mother. He
V.kim.
by water, to lie brought under cul­ original Witch Hazel Salve made says they have l>een playing to
Elegant Hem Liver»
hy E. C. DeWitt A- Co. of Chicago, I good houses
CEO.
MICKEY,
Acent
tivation.
Outing
Parties 4 commaR1*
i< orrespondence solicited,
’
MILLION ACRES WITHDRAWN
Ì
■
■ '■
SHOE STORE
None Better.
James Smith
a
«4.
Miller & Thompson Stock
Great Reductions.
EVERYTHING
Seasonable goods always
All Goods Must be Sold.
hand for inspection
NOW
BEST ASSORTMENT
BEST QUALITY
$20 SUITS NOW $15
-
_ .
:
Others in proportion
I
DO IT NOW
Call and see the Suits
The Price will Please.
••
OREGON NURSERY CO
stable .
Burns, Oregon.
Horses Bought and 5*