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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER i, 1904.
SURVEYORS STILL AT WORK for use of schools nor for repairs or THE RACE MEET VERY GOOD
furnishing schoolhouses, nor iu pay
JOHN I» DALY. Piu s
dace. It takes study and system
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . C ashier .
I FRANK R.COFFIN, V ice C ues
atic work to make good crops in
PUSHING ON TOWARD BURNS, THE issued by the diet.—(Code, section HEAVY TRACK AN IMPEDIMENT TO
ED IN THIS SECTION any country, and therefore few have
made a complete success so far.
In connection with the above I
The matter of furnishing flour for
OF BURNS, OREGON.
have written to State Superinten
the local consumption is quite an
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited.
was dent J. H. Ackerman, who indorses No Races Monday on Account ol Downpour
Better Prices Later With item and is now commanding seri The Sampler Valley Railroad Company
--Attendance not up Io Former
Instrumental in Opening the Blue
Buyers in The
ous attention of farmere of Harney
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Years--Some (food Cards.
Mountain Forest Reserve.
to enforce the law to the letter.
EMart Made to Get Them.
county who have been in the habit
S tock not.DKKs
lohn D. Daly, Frank R. Cotliu, N. U. Carpenter, R. J.
Regarding the above I will say,
of paying out hard cash for the pro
An almost continuous downpour
Williams, J. W. Geury, C. Cummins, II. M. Horton, C. A. Haines. Win .
The Times-Herald has been duct of some other section. The
for the protection of our schools 1
Jones, Thomas Davis.
ad with inquiries during the success of this season can be follow pter Valley railway, was out to Tip intend to hold trustees responsible of ram Sunday and Monday pre
State and County Warrant]
at it. market price.
vented the races beginning on the
week in regard to the cattle situ
ed each succeeding year with like ton Wednesday, beyond which for all money apportioned, and to date scheduled. As a consequence
for any loss by burglary
ation Particulars have been ask results, if the ground is properly point he has a couple of surveying strictly enforce the law in support
or hold up day or night.
ed regarding the supposed buyers’ cultivated.
crews in the field, carefully select of the salary and interests of our advertised.
trust and if it were possible to get
The gentleman who made above ing a route to John Day country, teachers.
The racing has been very good
outside buyers in here, if the pros remark states that our foothill land
If any repairs, furnishings or
and endeavoring to find a feasible
owing to the rains the track is • ■'M*>owo owo-
pects wera favorable for a better is certainly the best for wheat
owo-owo -r»«r> r»o»
grade into the Quartzburg mining other features are necessary special heavy and the time made corres
price later, etc. Others have asked growing—especially winter wheat—
X M. A lexander , P hksident .
F IL T est , Cashier
district. Mr. West announces to
C. E. K enyon , Asst. Cashier ’
pondingly slow. The attendance " W m . J ones , V ick -P hehidknt .
if it would be business to sell al the and backs his judgment with many
the Sumpter Miner that no exten
prevailing prices now offered ’’atner instances and statistics that show
School Superintendent. has been smaller than in former
sion will be built beyond Tipton
years, and the conflicting dates of
than carry the stock over.
the advantages of these rolling or this year.
other meetings has prevented a
Just why these men have asked
Horse Heaven on the John Day.
It was largely, if not mainly,
large number of fast horses from I
for such information The Times-
lnterest PaidvonlTimo* OREGON.
The fact that fruit grown on the through the personal efforts of Chief
being here to compete for the
SlPf[ Herald does not know. 1 bis great bench land almost always escapes
Engineer West that the recent
The discovery by the driver of purses.
Steenf.- religious weekly is no better posted the heavy spring frosts shows one
withdrawal of a large area ot timber Kitchen’s California mine stage of
Tuesday afternoon the firstrace
on the cattle market than a majori advantage; the thaws and freezes
We Solicit Yost* Banking Business.
land was ordered from the Blue a caynse with saddle turned and j mile and repeat was quite inter
ty of these individuals and in fact of winter that proye detrimental to
Mountain forest reserve Mr. West bridle with broken reins, has called esting.
'•• h J| not so well.
Three horses were entered:
winter wheat on the lower level went to Washington on such a mis attention to the fact that horse hea Monte Christo, by Lee Caldwell;
Buyers are now writing here for lands does not effect the bench land,
sion, presenting to the administra ven is not over 100 miles from Humming Bird, by Geo. Brisbois;
information and asking for prices. in that the water does not collect
tion the fact that the withdrawal of Sumpter The last cayuse is ques Gray Dandy, by Henry Richard
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Wm. Jones, E. H. Test, ’
They are given the prevailing prices on the surface to freeze and kill out
C. E. Kenyon, II. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William >
a tremendous acreage made impos tion, which from the nature of its son. Gray Dandy took the first
and there i- 11 a pUBBllHIlfcjr Ul
some the grain. He gave as instances
Miller, Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
sible the extension of the Sumpter equipment belonged apparently to two brats, Humming Bird Becond.
1-Ajj coming this month, although this
the wheat, lands of the upper Col Valley railway through the John a range rider, bears evidence of hav Time, 25 25.5. There was a kick
J PURI is not definite and cattle raisers are umbia where most of the wheat Day country and on to Burns, the ing been out in tile woods for per-1 made by the rider of Humming Bird
HOWARD SEBREE, PRESIDENT
W. R SEBREE, VICE-PRESIDENT
¡AM nil asked not ito depend upon it. If grown in Oregon is raised and terminal point named in the com hapB a month. No range riders are | after the first heat, claiming foul,
R. A COWDEN, C ashier
any buyers do come we will certain where crops never fail.
pany’s articles of incorporation. nearer Sumpter than the Grand j but the judges did not see it that V
ly give our readers such informa The altitude, of course, is some The Oregon congressional delegation
Rounde valley, so that the presump way.
tion at the earliest possible moment. what lower, but nevertheless they
heard Mr. West’s plea and offered to tion is strong that the lost equine is j The socond race, | mile dash for V
We fine that some are awaiting have frosts with almost the same use its influence with the department
far from home.
< o.pj the return of Wm. Hanley as the ■ regularity as here and with more of the interior, provided the rail Sam Stott relat?s to the Sumpter
run for the money. The riders
’»•••J report is current that he will raise disastrous results.
Vegetation way company could and would give Miner a weird and wonderful tale of were vaqueroes with big saddles V
the prestnt price $1 per head upon grown in the higher altitudes assurances that the John Day and a horse heaven on the middle fork
Upon investigation stand harder frosts because of the Burns extension would be built.
A General Banking Business Transacted
of the John Day river. Stampede- The boys sat down in the saddles,
The Times Herald finds no authori-1 general nature of things. TbiB is a Mr West evidently made good, be
ed horses from all parts of Oregon, i gave the horses their heads and
«R^Kfich a statement.
well known fact.
cause it is a matter of record that said Stott, head invariably for the quirted from the word go. No kick
Other bi.v-r- claim that the P.
Men who have been making a all the members of the Oregon dele country. Lost cayuces are found was coming after this race for the
L.8.OC [prices are not justified by scientific study of the soil and cli gation exerted their influence to without fail, and the attractions of]
let and that the company matic conditions of this valley ail ward bringing about the throwing the place to homeless horses is al riders didn't try any foul play.
^only a few choice bunches. agree on this and some experiments open of various townships describ most canny. Sfolt saftt that was Five horses entered: Respond, by
W. M Stewart; Foxy Jim, by Clay
> assert that the P. L. S are now being made in a small way ed by Mr. West.
because horse heaven is located on Clemens; Big Bill, by I! Ricliar-
n advantage in that they that shows every indication of veri
Sternnous opposition to Mr. Wests the Middle Fork. He pointed out son; For Sale, by Harry McClain;
the stock tc market more fying these theories.
petition was met with from Secre that paleontologists from dozens of; Pat, by Lee Thornburg. Foxy Jim
nd get the stuff there in
The Times-Herald is confident tary Hitchcock, who, according to big eastern universities have visit won, I’at second.
Issues all f.irms ol sound life insurance at the lowest rales. ()ur policies
dition an account of their that enough wheat can be raised by reliable information, was forced to ed the place and made startling
guarantee after three payments are made
Wednesday’s card consisted of a
ure en route. The Times- next year to supply the local mar accede to the delegation’s demand discoveries, bearing out the horso
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract.
II A paid up policy.
nds that the company has ket with Hour and hopes our land by President Roosevelt himself, heaven theory. Fossilized remains ! g mile dash free for all for a purse
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
onsiderable stock and are owners will get to work. There is whose evident desire was to placate of three and twotoed horses were of $125, and a .J mile dash for Har
Unexcelled as a dividend payor.
|he market for more. This no danger of flooding the market the people of Oregon and pour balm found. This means that prehistoric ney county maidens for a purse of
INVESTIGATE HEFOIIE 1011 I NSV It I'.
foifo fopaying $13 for yearlings. $20 and reducing the price of grain. upon many political wounds inflict horseH inhabited the spot many $75.
Sherman A Harmon,
R. IL Benedict,
In the first race there were four
for tiros and $2(5 for threes. These We never have had too much grain ed on influential Webfoot republca- millions of years ago. Horses, it
II. A. Dillard, Agent
^TBill continue for the next and are not likely to for some time. ns by the honorable secretary of the will be remembered, began life some entriep: Baby May, bv Frank Hard
man; Humming Bird, by Brisbois,
nHse or until the company Good prices will prevail.
interior, whose bitter policy against few million before history began to Prospector, by Frank Wilson, Gray
Oregon and Oregonions is undoubt be written, with three toes, instead Dandy, by H. Richardson, The
¡that date the company will
due to the feud existing be of hoofs. A million or so years
the market as this will be A WONDERFUL INVENTION. tween himself and Congressman later they eveloped into two-toed horses got away badly and Gray
Dandy was left at the post. Baby
diive for the season.
brutes. The hoof age is compartiv- May came under the wire first with
o are willing to take the
Mr. We3t enlisted the support of ely recent. In the light of Stott’H
ices should therefore gather tunes are frequently made by the Gifl’ord Pinchot, chief of the forestry hypothesis, the cayuse found yes Humming Bird a close second.
k before the time expires, invention of articles of minor im division of the Interior department terday was undoubtedly headed for Time, 38|. Some dissatisfiction
apparent combination of portance. Many of the more pop whose representations, and the rep the middle fork, perhaps to visit the was expressed at the fesult of this
Affords the people of Rast and Central Oregon all the opportunity of n
ay interfere with prices to ular devices are those designed to resentations of Mr. West to the grave of his two-toed ancestors of race on account of the start but the
lirst class modern Business College, Il is H home institution covering
extent but if the sellers
every course involved in Business College work
Ils rail s ate the s unn
Oregon delegation, resulted in Pres the Fliocene age. Being hamperd
as charged elsewhere and the methods are the same. Student 4 admitted
combine and will stand by conditions, and one of the most in ident Roosevelt taking the matter with a saddle on his belly instead horses came under the wire. Con
nt any time. Instruction nt the College or liv mail. During the summer
siderable money was placed on
ement the buyers’ trust teresting of these thathas ever been out of the hands of Secretary Hitch of back, he failed to make good.
months the College will condui t a
terfere in the least. The
cock and ordering a big area of land
The animal is emacitated, docile, ' course they were sore.
to get the market price is Comb> Panted Jan. 1, ’99 These
restored to entry in the Blue Moun friendless and forlorn. Hie color
The second race was another one
igate, pool the stock and I w°nderfo1 Combs positively cure
is light bay. He has been turned for blood. Three horses were enter
For teachers anil others who desire a reviewing or preparatory course.
r for , buyers.
dandruff, ’ hair foiling 6 out, ’ sick
and tain reserve.
For specimens of pen work, and full information on llilsinesH College sub
Mr. West says that the area so out to pasture to recuperate and ed: Sullivan, by Clay Clemens;
are at least 10,000 head of ,iervoU8
restored was not so Urge as that await the advent of an owner.
Hush, by Richardson and Monte
this section ready for mar- witb Ur " bite’s Electric Hair
petitioned for by him aud recom
by Lee Caldwell. They
mended by Mr, Pinchot. There is
Studebaker Wagons, 'Hacks,
ail be sold at the market 10 mak” straight hair curly tn 25
¡days time. Thousands of these reason, however, to believe that Carriages, Buggies and Buckboards and it was close all the way around
when the present temporary Blue
mes-Herald has no means electric combs have been sold in Mountain forest reserve is finally are arriving now and selling as fast the turn but upon coming into the
Dg what the price will
—. *-be varions cities of the Union, and made permanent, other tracts will as we can get them in. We have stretch Hush moved up to first
i the demand is constantly increas-
two car loads of these goods here place and held it to the finish with
__^ing therefore will not ven-
be eliminated therefrom, so that
in trains. The best stock of Sullivan a close second. Time, 54i
any advice as to holding stock. "Ifc’
coming rich selling these combs I the original petition of Sumpter Wagons and Vehicles ever brought
A match race between Gray
|Bnlv would not advise hold
They positively sell on sight. Send
to Burns. Call and look at goods Dandy and Baby May was the first
TRISCH A DONEGAN, Proprietors.
ing stuff, feeding 15 hay and bor
for sample. Men’s size 35c, ladies’ I granted.
even if you do not desire to buy at race Thursday. The distance was
rowing money at 10 percent.
j 50c — (half price while we are in-
the present time. Geer A Cummins. i mil« and the stakes amounted to
WILL ENFORCE THE LAW TO THE LETTER.
$120 aside. Both horses had many
IN MORE THAN IRRIGATION /"»cueing them.) The Dr While
I The Dr. \\ bite Electric Comb Co.,
Rememlier Browns Profit Shar backers and considerable money
Make Tlxis Kead.q_uaiteie.
To the trustees of the various
■alley Will Produce With only
Plan. Secure your coupon with changed hands. Baby May came
school Districts of Harney County:
under the wire first.
Unfall if Properly Tilled.
1 Upon investigation I find that at every cash purchase.
The regular card consisted of a
THE: MONUMENTAL BRONZE least two thirds of the school dis
j mile dash free for ail for a purse
at this country lacks i- COMPANY, of Bridgeport, Conn., tricts of this county haye been in
If you want a good watch or
of $150. The following horses en-
lltivation instead of lack ofj has appointed M. L. Lewis, their the habit of using money apportion Jewelry see Haines A Nelson at the
(Continued on page two.)
Jon, 'said a prominent man agent for Harney County. This ed from the countr and state funds old Jorgenson stand.
■aeetion to The Times-Herald old reliable Company makes all for repairing, furnishing school
lher day. The gentleman has kinds of Monuments, Grave Covers, buildings and placing in order
■perience in cultivating drv Corner posts Vases and Urns, out »chool grounds, thereby, not onlv
The Finest of All
, it :
land has great confidence in of pure refined Zink, which is one shortening the term of their school,
I ttú rt
Lv valley as an agricultural of the elementary or virgin metals, but lessening the salary of their
He also considers the the same as gold and silver, and is teachers to trustees of such di-tricts
farming lands of the valley , indestructable and cannot be ntT-ct- I will quote school law “Sec —32
tt open to entry and that men ed by the climatic conditions. In all districts at least 85 per cent
Understand farming would io These monuments are cheaper by tax of the amount recieveil from
Far Sale Oaly at
H time, demonstrate the fact half than any kind of stone, the five mill school tax and the ir
I proper cultivation the soil of more beautiful in design and can reducible school fund »hall be
lection could be made to re- not be broken .Mr. Lewi? desires applied on the teachers’ salaries, |
nfficient moisture to insure » al! who are contemplating the pur and ro part of said 85 per cent «hall
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chase of anything in this line to be applied for fuel, already pre
Crop every season,
Aqents, Burns, Ore.
'course farming is in its infan- call on him at the office of Biggs A pared for use, expense of lawsuits,
I yet here and land owners Biggv, and -ee designs sample of chalk, brooms, blackboards, erasers,
lid Bros., Distributers, Portland, Oreg, n
stoves, or other apparatus necessary
taken very little interest in material and get prices.
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