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SATURDAY. SEPTEM BEK 24, 1904.
Six .Month. .................................................... 1.00
The Times-Herald is pleased to
get some yity ila ti ling reports
from the litigation convention at
Ont a i io.
eveiy particular and the horticul-
tu ,<l exhibits was of such impor
tant e that Governor Chamberlain
wired l’res, Myers, of the Lewis
From 148 to 93 Pounds
ley. Schedules could be rrranged JAS. COLWELL GETS MANSLAUGHTER
that would then place the western
One uf the most remarkable cases
mail in here much earlier than at A Telepbone Message States
of a cold, deep-seated on the lungs,
Prisoner is Insane
present. IL -,v. v-r, it would not
causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs.
materially affect the
Gertrude E Fenner, Marion, Ind.
who was entirely cured by the use
"I had a talk with the U. S mail morning received a ’phone mes-
One Miitite Cough Cure. She
clerk to whom the matter was re- sage from Sheriff Allen ¡it Vale,
"The coughing and strainin"
ferred by the Department,” said stilling that the jury had found
Mr Brown, “This gentleman >id James Colwell, on trial for the «o weakened me that I ran down in
that before he could app >ve of killing of Warren Curtis, guilt} weight from 1-IS to 92 pounds. I
used One Minute Cough Cure Four
such a change th.. line between
of manslaughter, The message bottles of this wonderful remedy
Burn« a nd ('an von shmid he in
further states that Colwell was cured me entirely of the cough,
ere a < d iii 11 d»
stage, and the
insane, losing his mind immediate strengther i-d in bu g« and te-tored
schedui «■ err aiiged in to conform,
ly upon hearing the verdict. It me to my norma) weight, health
He advi i <l,i p Irons al this end
to petition tii- Depart no ut for such was thought only to be temporary In <d strength,” Sold by Burns
an increase, an I m
11 such was ac however. In speaking of the Drug Stores.
complished, other matters coulil be tiial this morning to a representa
Heavy tinderware at greatly re
tive of The Times-Herald, Mr.
adjusted to suit.”
prices—Miller it Thompson.
The Canyon-Burns stage was at Hughet
and Clark Commission, to get it
and -end the whole to St. Louis, one time nn 1 schedule of six times
Tin- speaks well of our sister a week and w is allowed to discon
i u ity and will be a great advcr- tinue, or rather to change to three
tisnienl for the great inland empire times a week without distention
upon the part of th" people here,
of southeastern Oregon.
insomuch as at that time there
was no chance to better our mail
It is with no little pride The service via that route
Since the extension of the Sump
1 tines- Herald learns that
Valley Railroad these condi
Harney county high school open
have changed. This shoul be
ed last Monday morning with an
set forth in our petition to the Post
enrollment far in excess of what
Oflice Department anil also the
was anticipated and under very
other advantages of such a change
favorable circumstances in every
The Times Herald hopes to get this
Prof. Yoder, the principal
petition in circulation immediately,
is more than pleased with the out after securing a little more infor
look and the pupils are enlhusia- mation and being positive of its
tic. The Times-Herald
It is possible that n-itll-
wishes to congratulate the people ing can be nccomplished thi- fall
of Harney county upon their wis owing to the lateness of the season
dom in voting for this institution and the necessary delay in the
and hopes every taxpayer who petition reaching headquarters. A
has children advanced to the high change of schedule is not always
school grades will take advantage desirable in the winter and the fact
I’he high school should that the Sumpter Valley is now
grading an extension this side of
have the support and good will
Tipton with the intention of extend
of all and a lively interest in its
i ing on to Prairie, the Department
welfare will help instructors and
may see fit to wait until this is
made before making change in the
mail schedule. The fact, too, that
present contracts do not expire for
An article in a recent issue of
some time may have a tendency to
the Baker City Democrat which
delay the matter.
reflects on the character of the
men who composed the jury that
NOTICE TO TEACHERS
convicted Geo Miller the second
time for the
To the Teachers of Harney
the argument County:—Teachers institute will
made in the jury room was to the open Wednesday’ evening, October
effect that they “could not afford the .>, and infinite until Saturday
A program has
to find .i different verdict than evening following.
that brought in at the first trial,” been arranged that will not only
therefore the num was again con entertain but be instructive to both
parents and teachers, and every
effort will be bent to make this in
A 1 mallei of fact the convict
stitute full of life and value to
ed man’s attorneys state that he
those attending. While we can
had 1 fan trial and they could ask
only urge the parents t attend, we
for no better treatment. The
will say there will bo no excuse
jury w as composed of some of granted in the c.i.-.e of teachers and
most substantial men in the coun the law, regarding the attendance
ty who could not be influenced by of teachers will be slrictiy enforced.
the former verdict nor were they
M. E Iligby, School Supt.
'I’he change of
tie was gt lilted Colwell,
had been so widely discussed that
it w as impossible to get a jury in
1 lai ne\ county and “not
count of <1 great deal of feeling
against the defendants,” as stated
in the ai tide.
The Tinies-Herald does not as
would tend to
but it will defend the
integrity of the
It nun have been pub
of news hut
fished as a matter
the Democrat article looks suspi
a« though it was the des
ire of the '« riter to assist the at-
tornei s who are defending Col
thought he would be cleared of
that no doubt
very surprising to him.
Since being brought back from
the penitentiary last spring, where
Such articles are uncalled
he and George Miller had spent
tw'o years before securing
The Original tireat
trials, Colwell was a model prison
er and gave the officers no trouble
He was allowed the
liberty of the court house square
each day and assisted his jailor,
Tom Howard, in caring for the
lawn and trees. He was quite 1
WE LEAD IN
any former acquaintance and visi
tors that came where he was.
the prisoner will
watched close as he will
The Jewish Creole
The sentence when the verdict
Our Fun Unlimited
¡And are the Ch mpiun Cake
M c KANLASS challenges the
world as the Greatest Sweet
Singer, Violinist, Cornetist,
is manslaughter is from one to
fifteen years in the penitentiary.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
•J P Dickenson was a caller
thia oflice last Monday.
Al Cote was in the
on land business.
city Monday Banjo King, Musical Phenomenon
Comedian and Dancer.
Men and boy’s wool hats cheap—
Miller & Thompson.
guests of relatives in this city this
Mrs Frank Dibble and little son
were over from Silver creek the
first of the week
The city is having many' new
crosswalks laid in various parts of
Several new running
town and have repaired some old
have arrived this week, to be put
in shape for the race meet next
Adam George is selling school
week and every indication points
and the various districts
to a successful week with the
Bee him before placing
horses. The Jockey Club h.is
every thing in readiness and will
Adam George is selling school
spate no effort to make the week
and the various districts
a pleasant one for those in Attend
should see him before placing
I’he track is in good con
dition and there is a p >«sibilitv of
Adam George, Lawen, Oregon is
some fast time being made.
Harry Smith, who has charge preparing to winter »>()() head of
stock—cattle or horses—cheap as
of ground« will make the grand
stand accomodations as comfort
Ike Holland arrived home from
able ¡is possible. Tin charges
to the grounds will be 25 with
Holland and Glady's remained
grand stand free
there to visit friends
LUNfiBERG & DflLTON'5
Where one can find a fine assorcment cf
Fifst Class, Well Appointed House.
Centrally located, well furnished tables, comforta-
rooms. Rates, Meals 25 cents, Rooms 50
cent, Single Beds 2^ cents.
Seasonable goods always on
hand for inspection
Just maka The Cottage yout» headquarter»«
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
FRANK A. COLE, Propt.
A Egli and family have moved
into their residence in this city for
L. Woldenberg Jr. took his de
parture Friday morning for the
railroad to be absent a short time.
d in v
Sept. 28’29, Oct. 1
Clough’s Clydesdale stallion at
Lewis it Garrett’s barn during the
.1 F Klink wan making repairs
on the local telephone exchange in
this city this week
M’KANLASS QEER & CUMMINS, g
cheerful and talked quite freely to
C M Foster, the civil engineer of
The many friend« and patrons of I
county, is over in thi« sec
lor and this one, especially, was J II McMullen will be plt-nsid to
after some work for
written by some one who knows i learn lie has done an « xeeptionally
nothing about the case and is an tine business during hi
Drewsey and has now started for
C S Johnson was over from Cai
injustice to Harney county.
the east to visit his old home and amity last Sunday having, brought
also to take in the fair at St Louis, hi.« daughter, Amanda, over to en
PROPOSED CHANGE IN MAIL SERVICE. 1 where he will also attend the ar- ter the highschool.
nual convention of photographers
E B. \\ aters, James Donegan
To be of Much Benefit Would Cause These conventions are very instruc and Tom Anderson have returned
tive, as some of the finest photo
Change in V. S Schedule
from tln-ir vacation in the moun
graphers in the world exbib t their
They had a great time and
Consid table has been said dur- work and experts give demonstra
and caught all the fish in the creeks
p-g th past week «tient the pro tions These picture tak'-rs will up there.
post d change ill the mail service of also attend ttie art palace in after-'
Fred Oakerman was over from
this siction ns outlined in our last noons on the fair ground« where
Silver creek home a day or two
In conversation with Ben
Mr Oakerman is just
Thia trip will be this week
Brown who arrived home last Sun art masters
very coin for table
day fi om San Francisco. The I quite beneficial to Mac and his completing a
on his ranch
Times Herald secured more infor many customers will lie •etter served
mation on the matter and aacer than ever upon liis return thia fall
C B Ausmus informs US that in
tained what would probably be the
some manner the report had Rained
beat plan in order to accomplish
Eugene Hemhret e, son of Mr and circulation that hia late uncle, B
■uch a change.
Hembree, and t former F Anatuua, had died at his ('row
It found that in order that this
nropo-ed change would be of real resilient of thi- co •unty »aa mar- Camp ram h and wm r lone at the
He wishes The
lienefit « -uld necessitate a change ried at Great Falls, . M nt.. on Aug. lime of hl* death
of aeli' dule not only of the Canyon- 21 to Miss Barbara V al io. (iene'a Times-Herald to correct thin as the
Burns stage line, but also the run many old time friend* here wish old gentleman died at the home of
Ills nephew al l.awen.
ning of trains on the bumpier Val- him succisa and happiness.
f Of every description, see
the charge and was so hopeful
S' W B Parker
m aa th
Main St., Burns, Oregon
HEW TRIMMINGS, LUCES and RP F O.'iS
SUMMER DRY GOODS. FURNISHINGS
We Have the Fijatafion of Carrying the
bra id new stock of prescription drugs,
trictly f esh and of the best quality and
intT. 0:1 the way.
A spier vid lot of the
FINEST (ANDIES AND GUMS.
A full stock ofjeveryth'ng in the drug line.
THF CITY DRUG STORE.
I m x /. gï 4 a lot if fue
Watzes ait s id ? if tb?
Latest C rations ip Jewels.
Beter ep 1 oiP eqe op this
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
BULLS FOR SALE
‘ . R SITZ, Lawen, Oregon
Breeder oi Pure Bates Short Horn Cattle
Jeweler and Optician.
Bulls ready for service, the get of
Waterloo Prince 174,184
Certified copy of pedigree
«iven with each purchase.
W i n I im I
Net kt »I DicMlatien oi Cv-PirtwraUp.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Notice is hereby given that the
■ * I........ rs p h, r. tofore existing
•tw. i 'It-i
\| Dibble and N
A Dibble, ii-oier the name of |>e||
Dibble i« this day dissolved.
Dated Sept. .3,
signed M r « C. M D irrik
N A. DiRRt.R
By M r « C M DlBBt K
BRENTON 4. BE9DUCO, Pror
Main St., Puri «, Oreyon.
l’<-<»p • tr n the c.iuntr} will find
th»- ( uttage ,< mt-.- homslihe pl see, F me \\ atch Repairing A
to stop while in the city.
Horses receive the best cf care
from experienced bards.
I ivory tarnoots.
Outing Parties ficcommodated.
Horses Bought and Sold.