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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1904)
Attorney Sizemore informs us
is an average crop and new land THE RACE MEET VERY GOOD
the total cost of the trial was a lit
I will produce 14 or 15 tons.
tle over + 1100 to this county which
1 These are figures from the Salt
is much less than was anticipated
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1804.
(Concluded from first page )
Lake valley the soil of which is
on account of the large number of
1 similar to Harney valley with the fared:
Hush, by Richardson. I witne„„ Kubpoelll,ed (roIll here.
8UB8CR11 ■TION KATES:
J average altitude a little higher Humming Bird by Hardman;!
Sleepy Dick, by Bricbcie; Pracpee-
A WJ h|i,(. r„(llll lias |„.,.n litte,|
Three Months .. . .................................. ,75
Mr. Sturtevant also raised cab- tor. by Wilson The start was good ' up ¡|( |fae court h()U(!e for U|e Bchooj
| bage that averaged 240 lbs to the ami Humming Bird 'I
4 V hl AN BY II It
— — — — MaiiMgor
i nn(j books belonging to the office
square rod or 38,400 lbs pi r acre arotlt d the turn but upon 1
These figure should forever dis into the stretch she begun to slack were moved into the new quarters
Through I. S. Geer The Tinies.
pel) the delusion that Harney val- her spied noil the other horses the first of the week. The super-
Herald has learned considerable
closed in and before th«' . post was inteiHlenl will lie at bis office Wed
Iley is not a farming section.
reached Prospector bad passed her I
about the Campbell st stem of dit
\V bile it is a well known fa. t and lludi moved iq> to second | nesdays and Saturdays of each
land farming which is proving
J that the sugar beets of this sec- place The finish was made with I week until November
quite successful on the dry lands
v. liich he can be found at his office
lion have stood 1 much highei the horses in this position, Sleepy
each day of the week. Teachers
of Colorado, Nebraska and West
test than any of he older sugai Dick nosing out on the little mare and patrons of our schools are in-
ern Kansas. While the informa
beet sections of tho United States, right at the wile putting her last. yited to call.
tion so far is somewhat limited it
the farmers have no encourage Time, 51(.
no doubt would be well adapted
Job printing—The Times-Herald
The next race, mile trot or pace
ment to raise them except for
to this section. Mr Campbell
stock feed. Just as soon as a for $100, was for Hartley county
farm . systematically and with a
railroad 1 eat lies us Harney valley
view of conserving the rain wa
will beyond doubt become the llagey; Little Dot, by Phil Smith;
ters in the soil until it shall be suf
most famous beet section of the Lucile, by J. W. Biggs. Lucile
ficient supply to keep crops
took two straight heats with Little
west with possibly a sugar re-
growing through the dry season.
Dot taking second money. It was
littery located here.
a very pretty race and the second
'I’lie following paragraph is
The Times-Herald will take heat quite exciting
quoted from a paper read by 11
this matter up more definitely in favorites fought all round the track
W, Campbell before the Colorado
The Original Great
the near future.
and were hub and hub until near
Realty Association at Deliver re
the finish when Little Dot broke
losing her first place The first
“Water is not held in the spaces
heat was made in 2 5-1 1-5.
of the soil but in a form of a film
Yesterday’s cards consisted of a
The Times-Herald is pleased
around each particle. Therefore,
to announce the arrival of some i’ mile dash for a purse of +150 and
the finer the soil is broken up and
a mile dash for Harney county i
then again made firm the more
L. 1>. II<>y of the Erye, Bruhu saddle horses for a purse of +75.
water it holds, because of the in
Co., of Seattle, is here to buy
creased number of particles and a
account of one of the horses falling 1
sheep and left today for the Stein
consequent increased amount of
dead while going to the post. Tho
Mountain section in company with
entries were- Prospector, by Wil
surface in each cubic inch of soil.
The Jewish Creole
1’. C. Peterson. Mr. Hoy is buy son, John 1). Lee, by Brisbois; and
This same line, firm condition de
Sleepy Dick, by Hardman. The
creases the size of the pores in the
horses were given in charge of the
soil and thereby increases the
and before Prospector, with
power of capilary attraction and
Our Fun Unlimit d
causes the moisture to move fast is also here after sheep and left Chester Smith up, bad gone 100
And are the Chnipion Cake!
er in the soil to the rootlets which Mondav for the Stein mountain
denly fell, catching the rider’s leg
are taking this moisture most
under him. Ches held the horse
rapidly during extremely heated
mc K a NUASS challenges the
C. II. Brown, a horse buyer from struggling until help reached
It is during these ex
world as the Gre t st Sweet I
treme heated conditions that the from Boise, Idaho, is here want dangerous position. 'I’lie horse
Sieger, Violinist, Cornetist,
plant grows the most rapidly if ing 200 head of range horses. died without ever regaining his Banjo King, Musical Phenomenon
These gentlemen are not giv feet and later investigation by I)r.
there is plenty of available mois
ing out their prices, at least to Burrow showed the animal had Comedian and Dancer.
ture. So it is during the same
newspaper men, but The Times- died from heart failure.
periods of high temperature that
Herald is informed the sheep buy
Lee Caldwell had been training
the plant is d.imaged most if these
ers are offering very satisfactory Prospector and stated that he had
little rootlets cannot find and take
prices and it is l bought many shown no signs of the disease and
in all the moisture that is need-
I thousand head will be sold. This was apparently in fine shape. He ;
will have a tendency to ease the had just remarked to the owner
Mi Geel has written for deli- I
present stringency in money mat that the horse was in shape to
nite information on the subject.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
ters and as soon as cattle begin make the race of his life. When
i'his io the shape of some books
moving briskly times will tin- the rider mounted the horse seemed
writtten by Mr. Campbell which
full of life and spirit and his sud
gives details of his farming
den death was must unexpected.
FRANK A. COLE, Propt.
“I Don’t Know” was the real
Should it appear that the Camp
CAREY ACT YET IN FORCE.
First Glass, Well Appointed House.
Where one can find a fina assortment cf
name of this horse and lie had a
bell system would be as success
ful here as it has pi oven in the
Centrally located, well furnished tables, comforta-
A Salem special the Oregonian
horse i :
above named states, the matter says: Contrary to the general be Wilson did not want the
rooms. Rates, Meals 25 cents, Rooms 50
known here, as he feared other £
will be taken up by men interest lief, the light of the state to select
cent, Single Beds 2? cents.
stables would notenter against him.
ed ir. the development of Harney arid land under the terms of the The horse was 11 years old. Some I
Just make Ths Cottage your headquarters
county and thorough experiments Carey act did not expire by limita speculation as to the cause of his
will be made. The Times-Her tion on August IS, and the applica death was indulged tn before the
Main St., Burns, Oregon
aid will have more to say regard tion of the state for 11,760 acres tc animal was examined by the phy
ing this at a latter date when lie ri claimed by the Squaw Creek sician. Some claimed the horse
i Irrigation Company will yetbecon- had been “doped,” others that.
more is known.
SUMMER DRY GOODS. FURNISHINGS
¡cidered. 1'hnl the right to select Caldwell had given him a ‘'shot”
I land under the Carey act Iris not to make him run, claiming the old
We Have the Fiputation of Carrying the
File record kept by Jake Wel expired and will not expire at any fellow was a “fiend.” The loss of
come for the Government Weath time now fixed is declared in a this valuable horse was a hard
er Bureau shows the precipitation letter received today from Acting blow to Frank Wilson and is de
A brand new stock of prescription drugs,
since last November to have been Secretary of the Interior Thomas plored by all.
more than 15 inches. This re Ryan.
A special race of 350 yards was
strictly f esh and of the best quality and
The Carey net was passed by arranged for the purae and Monte
cord does not include the humidi
more on the way.
ty during the month of May List (’engross in I891 giving to each Cristo was entered in place of
and there is a possibility of more ! state the right to secure 1,000,000 I’rospeotor. Monte took the race
acres of arid land by reclaiming it. with Sleepy Dick a close second.
rain before the end of twelve
Many people who secured contracts
There were four entries in the
with the state for the reclamation saddle horse race: Solo Best, .by
Heretofore this valle) has been | of land believed the terms of the
A full stock of'everything in the drug line.
James Buckland; Respond, by
credited by government statistics act provided for a limitation of ten
Stewart; Pat, by Thornburg;
with but 8 inches of precipitation years in its operation, and such
I n) < x*eclii a lot if fite
Barbwire, by Lute Mace. Respond
per annum. The past season was declared to be its provisions was almost left at the post blit his
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
would indicate a most favorable when the State Legislature passed rider decided to give the other
aod s id f tte
change in climatic conditions a law in I'.Htl accepting the grant horses a chase anywav, but he was
C eations Jewell J.
which will certainly be of benefit made by the Carey act. The same at no time near the money. Solo
to the farmers of this country. view was at first entertained by Best came under the wire first with
Bet er i-
eye on ibis
Such conditions are encouraging. officers of the State Land Depart Barbwire second. This race was
ment. but when the Squaw Creek played quite freely bv local sports
Irrigation Company tiled an appli who were willing to back their
SUGAR BEETS 21 TONS PER ACRE cation for a contract for the recla
R SITZ, Lawen, Oregon
mation of 11,766 acres of land in
The attendance yesterd y was
Joe Sturici ant Raises an Excellent Criaik county, northwest of Bend, greatly increased and today shows
Crop-■-Cabbage Over N Tons.
Clerk G. G. Brown began to inves evidence of a record breaker. A
Jeweler nod Optician.
tigate the status of the law.
large crowd attended th? dance
Bulls ready fur service, the get of
One of the finest crops of sugar
last night which was a decided
beets ever beheld was raised by
CAI TIE SAIE IN GRANT.
Joe Sturtevant al his mill just
al'.-vv th'* citv which is conclu
COLWELL GETS SIX YEAR.
It N and R 1< Stanfield arrivati
Certified copy of pedigree
sive • t i<L nee that Harney valley in thia city last Saturday from!
given with each purchase.
The Times-Herald learns that
ixx.li adapted to the growing of Pendleton taking their departure
the following morning for the I zee James Uni well was sentenced to six
Vulke «I t)i<M>lil><>« •! Ce-Partaenbip.
where they have purchas years imprisonment in the peni
Tl.e Times-Herald has been
much interested in this industry ed a fine hand of steers. which they tentiary as a result of the verdict oil Notice i« hereby given that the
ami is much pleased to find the will drive to their Butter creek manslaughter for the killing of > parinership heretofore existing
b'-tw-en Mi-C. M Dibble ami N
experiment such a success. At ranches and feed for the winter
market. It is understood that they
Those who have returned from .A. Dibble, iimler the name of Dell
the rate usually paid per ton for
paid *2 60 per hundred for the A ale state that the utifortun tc
sugar beets this crop would give btouth Fork cattle, but their band ■nan was still insane when taken to! Dibble is this day dieeolvsd.
BRENTON <fc BERDUCO, Propt».
Datt 1 Sept .3. 1904.
raiser about $S| per acre this is one of the I est ever driven from Salem by Sheriff Lawrence. Sher
signed Mas. U M D ir «! f
Main St., Burrs, Oregon.
iff Allen states that Colwell lost his
that part of the cotiutv
N A. DtBRI.E
Horses receive the best cf ca*
JOHN GEI BERLIN«
The beets weighed 41,600 lbs
The Stanfield are aueceasful reason before the verdict of the
I'v M r *. <’ M D ifbi w .
per acre and sugar factories pay cattle feeders and shipper« and fat jurv was made known and was Un- i
from expert need hands.
$1 per ton for the product. By ten thousand« of head each year der the impr.s-ioii that he had t>een
People from tie country will find
Elegant Kctu I ¡very *■ 'nooft-
consulting statistics of the sugar for not only Pacific coast hut east cleared of the charge and was a the Collage i nic» homelike place Fine Watch Repairing A Spe
Outing Parties Rcccmmodated.
beet industry we find that 18 tons ern markets also—Blue Mt Eagle free man.
to stop while in I he city.
GEER & CUMMINS.
WE LEAD IN
Sept. 28=29, Oct. I
™E OVERLAND HOTEL
LUNfiBERG & DflLTON'5
Seasonable goods always on
hand for inspection
NEW TRIMMINGS, LACES and RIBBONS
FINEST (ANDIES AND GUMS.
THF CITY DRUG STORE.
BULLS FOR SALE
Breeder of Pure Bates Short Horn Cattle.
Waterloo Prince 174,184
Horses Bought and Sold