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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, SEPTEMBER 3, 1904.
that the road will be built next NEW DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
INDIANS ARE OFF TO SCHOOL been an able assistant and it has ARE INVITED 10 PARTICIPATE
N. U. CARPENTER, C ahiimb ,
year, he says that conditions are
JOHN D DAI.Y. I’ iu h
been through him and a few others
A. C. WELCOME, Assr. C ahiiikb .
FRANK R.l OKI IN. Vi< i: P rm
that Dr. Marsden’s teachings have
work this fall practically out of the FILES ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
|AKESTRAW TAKES A LARGE had such wide effect on the tribe. MEETING OF OREGON DEVELOPMENT
AT BOISE, IDAHO
In the first place, the
[NUMBER WITH HIM.
They have confidence in their
white chief who seems to wield a
OF BURNS, ORE ON.
the extension was largely conting
better influence over the tribesmen
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
Harney ' Development Company Hau a
Should Lenrn Somethin! About Interior ol ent, was settled so late that it will Tbe
en and Captain Loney Address than one of their own people.
Capital Stock of $IOO.OOO-Well
Stats Where Real Work of Such
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
known Men Interested.
Ortanlzatlon be Centered.
■ Advantages of Education.
the branch before snowfall. This
THE PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. W
S tockhoi . dbhs
John D. Daly, Frank It. Coffin. N. U. Carpenter, K. J.
being the case, it is thought advisa
Williams, J. W. Geary, C. Cnminins, H . M. Horton, C . A. Haines, ll'in .
Huntington, Oregon, Aug. 27, 1904. ble to postpone the work till next I A news dispatch from Boise says
Supt. Charles D. Rakestraw, of
Jones, Thomas Davis.
Repairs to Building Delays Matter but
Dear Sir:—Have you a Commer season, when the branch can be
the Fort Bidwell Indian Industrial
Will Soon be Completed.
State anti County li/arranti bouyAl at tAe market /trice.
organization in your city, if pushed to completion during good Harney Development company,
School, accompanied by hie daugh
This bank is insured and w ill be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
whose headquarters are to be in
ter, Mias Rita, arrived here Sun - A meeting of the school board not, why not? The Oregon Devel weather. Mr West does not state ,
or hold up day or night.
opment League is desirous^of hav this, howsver, as an ultimate con-1 Boise, were filed yesterday after
day afternoon and on Monday quite was hold Wednesday to perfect
ing an organization in every town elusion, but in his opinion it is noon, The directors for the first
a gathering of I’iutes met the Sup arrangements for opening the pub and city in the state, to work with probably what will be done.
year are to be Thomas Jones, E.
erintendent at Dr. Marsden’s to lic school, but as some of the ma and through, for the purpose of de
W. Yeomans, James H. Wicker
discuss -chool matters. As a result terial with which to repair the build veloping Oregon. Your co-opera
BLUE MOUNTAIN SPRINGS
and Stella Junes, of Boise,
of this visit Prof Rakestraw found
ing had not arrived from the rail tion is desired to attain this end
it necessary to purchase a hack and
and assist us in the work which
The famous Blue Mountain
team with which to take the child road, the meeting adjourned until has been so vigorously started. We Springs, or Thompson hot springs,} The capital stock of the concern
is to be $100,000, divided into 1000
ren to school, leaving Thursday this afternoon.
want to bring capital and people twenty five miles from John Day, j shares of the par value of $100
It was decided to open the school
piorning with 12 and two others will
into our state, and to do this, we at the head of the John Day valley, ’ each. All of this stock is sub !
the coming year on the 19tb
go on horseback.
ask the efforts of every individual were last week bonded to John W. scribed, practically all of it being
Interest I’aiikonTimo Deposits'.
On Monday afternoon Dr. Mars
interested in the upbuilding of thisi Biggs, the well known Burns attor held by Thomas Jones.
den addressed the Indians at some teachers: Prof, A. C. Finn princi rich and great Commonwealth.
ney, for $22,500 Mr. Biggs has tak The objects of the company, as
length in their own language, tell pal; J. C. Bartlett, Misses Julia
Will you individually advise me en an option for sixty days, and expressed in the articles of incor-
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Win. Jones, E. II. Test,
ing them of the -advantages ot giv Greeley, Lena Harkey, Myra Stur if you have such an organization’ has interested Dr. Collins, a weal
' poration are to deal in real estate 1 C, E. Kenyon, H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William J
ing the children an education and
Ar.d if you have one, have them thy physician of Chicago, and a | “in Oregon and elsewhere” to con
Miller, Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
the importance of teaching them grades as they appear above.
send $5 00 to our Secretary-Trea- heavy stockholder in the newly struct and operate drainage, irriga-
The failure of the large steel rods surer, Tom Richardson, Portland,
> pratical work in the industrial de
organized company which has just i tion and power ditcheB, deal in
partment of the institution. He to brace the building to arrive from Oregon, which gives them member recently bought the big Sisson
livestock and build and operate
told them of the interest taken in the railroad has delayed the work ship, as is outlined in the accom ranches in Harney county, In the
telegraph and telephone lines.
'their welfare by the government
panying article issued in the Port proposition, says the Grant Countv
Messrs Jones and Yeomans spent
HOWARD SEBREE. PRESIDENT
W. R SEBREE, VICE-PRESIDENT
and that not to take advantage of
land office. Do this at once, and News.
R. A. COWDEN, CASHIER
the opportunities was doing an in
if you have no organization, will
Dr. Collins and his associates perfecting arrangements for th? or-
justice to their “Uncle Sam” and and be absolutely safe.
you take the matter up at once and have gone back to Chicago for the I ganization of the Harney Develop
Quite a number of pupils from organize? It is imperative that
was|cowardly in not showing appre
purpose of interesting other capital, ment Company.
ciation of their friend,the president. other sections of the county are you act immediately, that your sec forming a stock company and tak
The main object of these people
expected to attend the public school tion will get the benefit of our early
ing oyer the springs, together with i is to drain Malheur Lake, when
CALDWELL, IDAHO *
their lack of energy and progres-
and first work.
the cattle, improvements and range. the proper time arrives. We are
•Iwoess and urged the necessity of possibly be necessary to employ
There will be a meeting of the
It is the intention of the new I informed that this company has
changing their mode of living, another teacher.
Oregon Development League at company to expend at least $25,- arranged with a majority of those
A General Banking Business Transacted
The county high school will also Baker City, September 2nd, at 10
stating that if they continue as now
000 if they lake hold of it, before who own land bordering upon the
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-they could not expect toaccomplsh bring students from various parts o’clock a. m. under the auspices of opening it to the public. A modern,
lake and claiming riparian rights
, anything for the benefit of their of the county and the prospects are the Baker City Development Lea up-to-date hotel of 50 or 75 rooms,
whereby these rights should be set
child ren and that it was useless to
gue for the purpose of enlisting all with hot and cold water in each
tled in court, making a test case,
take an interest in them when they ing school year.
the workers in this section, and lay room, would be erected immediate
tbe eouipany to conduct it, and
weald not take advantage of the
ing before our people just what we ly, also a natatorium Boating,
" irh the J
after establishing such right the
Opening of High School Delayed.
opportunities offered. By continu-
propose doing. An invitation is golfing, bowling and tennis would
contracts provide the company is
ill ver dm*
In® in their present course, they
extended you, and through you, to be made special features in the to receive a major portion of the
V. F. Ptw<*
I K «Sì.’*
We are informed by Judge Level» all residents of your city and ad amusement line
would have no ranches finally.
During his speech Dr. Marsden that the county high school will joining territory to be present at
The new company would
It is understood that the surplu-*
First National Bank
I first national Bank
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
d bowel In
action of 4
il remedy b
ent that br
r 4 ca.
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referred to Miss Rakestraw, call not open next Monday as at first this meeting, men prominent in the only make a summer resort of
water will then be drained off
ing attention to her kindly interest desired owing to the fact that text Development move will be present springs, but also equip it for a sani through Crane Creek gap, the engi
in the little Indian children and books for the various courses are to address us. Will you not bring tarium, for the accomodation of
neers stating the deepest cut would
spoke of her accomplishments; how not here, but have been ordered a good delegation from your sec guests both summer and winter,
be 20 feet and a canal of per
she cared for the little ones and but are expected in time to open tion? Let me hear from you.
and skilled physicians kept in 1 haps 18 miles will be necessary to
that the children were not stolen
Take the matter up at once and charge.
to carry off tbe water.
from the parents, but given into public schools—Sept 19.
push it so that there will he a good
As there is but little doubt that
It is thought that something in
Those living out of town and de representation from your section. the Sumpter Valley road will tap
good hands where they would be
neighborhood of three town
siring information in regard to “Strike While the Iron is Hot” ¡ b tbe John Day valley in the vicinity
can be drained in this man
He also told them that the big studies, courses, etc. should com an old expression, and now is the } of the springs, and a possibility of ner which is practically all made
chief Hudgihu had sent word by municate with the board and get time to strike for the advancement a transcontinental road passing soil that will produce sugar beets to
Prof Rakestraw that al' the children what information they desire in of our section of the slate as the within a few feet of this resort, it is perfection.
come to school. It was his desire time for pupils to enter at tbe begin iron is hot. Do not delay a mo not to be wondered at that those of
While this is a big undertaking
god met with his hearty approval. ning of the school year.
ment. Come to the meeting.
keen foresight are anxious to acquire and some express doubt as to the
... Dr Marsden explained away the
If I can be of any assistance iu this famous resort.
ability to accomplish the scheme,
Wil l. NOT BUILD WAÜON ROAD.
organization or otherwise command
minor objections held by some of
the promoters certainly have con
the older ones of the tribe to school-
Call For County Warrants.
fidence in it anil will no doubt soon
The report comes from Albany,
and bis eloquence evidently won
Yours very Truly,
begin action to establish their
J. H. Aitkin,
the day. He and Capt Louey seem Or , that the project of building a
Notice is hereby given that there rights.
Vice-President. are funds in the county treasury
to have had considerable trouble in wagon road from Detroit, the term
Convincing some members of the inus of tbe Corvallis & Eastern
The Times-Herald acknowledges for the redemption of all warrants
From 148 to 91 Pounds.
tribe that it was to the advantage of Railroad, across tbe Cascade Moun receipt of the above circular letter drawn on the Road, Building and
One of the most remarkable cases
the children, but objections were tains by way of Minto Pass, which on the evening of the 31, which of General Funds and registered prior
*11 overcome and although all the the County Courts of Marion and course gave us no time to make March 1, 1904. Interest on tbe of a cold, deep-seated on tbe lungs,
children were not sent, another Linn Counties have been consider arrangements to go to Baker City same will cease from this date, causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs.
Gertrude E Fenner, Marion, Ind
year will no doubt see all of a ing for some time, has been finally to attend the meeting.
1 July 1C, 1904.
The plan proposed
who was entirely cured by the use
bool age at school.
We will state that we have a
J. M. D alton .
| Supt. Rakestraw informs The was to build the road along the sur Board of Trade in this city, but Treasurer Harney County, Oregon. of One Minute Cough Cure. She
says: “The coughing and strainine
es-Herald that the children will vey of the C. A E. railroad, using “we’re from Missouri” and must
not return during vacation next the grade which it lias constructed know something about this Devel
Capt. J. M. McIntire passed so weakened me that I ran down in
season. Although the school work for several miles, to the summit of opment League business before we i through town Monday with thirty weight from 14* to 92 pounds I
Will be closed for a time they will the mountains; then to turn south send our V.
The people of this mules, on his wav from the P ranch used One Minute Cough Cure. Four
continue the industrial work and ward for a distance of about eight section are in for developing Oregon in Harney county to Grant« Pass bottles of this wonderful remedy
- the boys will care for the gardens miles, and strike the Willamette ¡and if some of these enthusiasts The rnules were purchased from cured me entirely of the cough,
and crops of the farm. They are A alley A < ascade Mountain wagon | ^at are raising so much smoke the P ranch and are to bejused for strengthened my lungs and restored
given good clothing and fed by the road at Big Lake, or the Metoles wil| vigit Harney Valley they will freighting at the Bmelter of a cop me to my normal weight, health
government and are much better River-
find a practically undiscovered per mine near Grants Pass. The and strength.” Sold by Burns
County Judges Scott, of Marion, country—to them at any rate— mules were all of more than ordi Drug Stores.
provided for than in their own
Camps, therefore the vacation per- and Stewart, of Linn, after several (hat needs developing. It is evi- nary size. Tbe tallest one measur
iud will be to their advantage in consultations and considerable in- dPnt that these fellows at the head ed 17 hands and 3 inches and the
Our stock of iron l>e<ls is now
smallest one was 8 trifle over 15
^Bbat respect besides the practical vest.gation, have found tbe plan I of this work are not much acquaint- hands high. Taken all in all they complete and at very resonable
.farm work will give them an op- not good for several reasons. In e(] with that portion of Oregon that, were as fine a bunch of animals as prices. Call and see our folding
■portunity to learn to take care of the first place the expence of con- nee<]g development. They should could be found. These mu es go beds, steel couches, etc.— Burns
■their own farm lands in this valley. ■tructing the road would be too visit this eection and find what we to show that Oregon raises stock Furniture Co
Although Dr. Marsden has been great for the actual benefit to be I have and incidentally find out just that is second to none.—Lakeview
Job printing—The Times-Herald
■“jollied" by his friends—including derived from it. It was thought | how long it takes to get in here, Herald.
lithe writer—about being the white
then invitations to attend such
l| chief of the I’iutes, it is neverlhe- that the road could be built, since ; meetings would be forwarded in
.** The Finest of All
|| less fortunate for the poor, ignorant. the C. A E bad kindly offered the time for us to participate.
■ superstitious Indian to have a sin-
■ cere friend who understands them, but Judge Stewart says investiga NOT LIKELY COME FURTHER THIS YEAR.
I their traditions and beliefs, to take tion disclosed that amount would
I an interest in them. We belieye not build half of the In idges requir-1 Tipton Will b« Termins« of Sumpter Valley
Railroad Until Neil SantUKr.
I that the credit for sending these I ed. There is now 1 o wagon road
Fer Sale Oily at
| Indian children to school is largely along the North Sanliam farther
Joseph Went, chief engineer of
| due Dr. Maraden, who has taught up tbsn Niagara To give the pro
them that the while man is no posed road connection with the Val the Sumpter Valley, panned through
longer their foe and enemy and has ley by wagon road a new road to Tipton thin morning, says the
largely overcome their prejudices would have to l>e constructed from Sumpter Miner of August 22. Mr.
against the pale face and hie mode Niagara to Detroit, which would be Went does not think it probable
a difficult and exfiensive task, on that work on the John Day exten
Capt. Ixiuey, who by the way, is account of the narrowness of the sion will be undertaken this fall.
Rottici J Bros . Distributers. Portland. Oregon.
While be expresses no doubt but
a very intelligent old fellow, has canyon of tbe Santiaui.
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