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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 5, 1904.
NO. 50.
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SENATOR FULTON VISITS US purpose. Senator Fulton made an VERY HAPPY SOCIAL EYENT than by the people of Burns. 'If COUNTY COURT IN SESSION
spoke
in
high
terms
of
the
refine
­
JOHN D. DAI.Y. Puts
N. V. CARPENTER, C ashmb ,
excellent address from a republican
FRANK R. COFFIN, V ick P hkh
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . C asiiikh .
ment and beauty of our ladies; of
point of view and held his audience
MONDAY CONFERRING well throughout the discourse.
He RECEPTION AND BANQUET TENDERED their excellent appearance and ALL THE OFFICERS ARE PRESENT
general bearing He gave a word
AT SESSION.
CONSTITUENTS.
SENATOR FULTON. •
is not an eloquent, polished speaker,
picture of his impression of this
but one who impresses his hearers
OF BURNS, OREGON.
beautiful valley as he viewed it
with earnestness and forceful logic.
Tax
Roll
for
1403
Exomioed
and
Sheriff
Is
Accounts
of
Corporations, Firms and individuals Solicited.
while
coming
in
from
the
moult-
,
r» the Silvias Irrigation Project
The gentleman is very pleasant to A Most Esjoyable tod Successful Affair
2 beat la the West aad Will Use
Ordered to Collect Delinquent Aller
tains
on
tbe
north;
of
the
impor­
Conducted
by
The
Ladles
of
Büros
meet, amiable and approachable.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
(iivlng Proper Notice.
His Influence to Further It.
--(lue»! Well Pleased.
tance of its development and set­
He made friends with all whom he
S
tockhoi
.
dbhh
John I). Daly, Frank B. Coffin, N. U. Carpenter, R. J.
tlement; of what it could and would
County court convened Wednes­
United States Senator Charles W. met and impressed them as a con­
\\ Ilhams, J. W. Deary, C. Cummins. H . M. Horton, C. A. Haines. IF111.
One of the happiest and most be. Senator Fulton stated that we
scientious servant with a desire to
Jones, Thomas Davie.
day with Judge Levens, Commis­
Fulton, like all others who visit this
serve the people of Oregon to the successful social events in the his­ are not the only people interested
•Statu anti County ‘Warrants bought at tho marttt prico.
great valley, was completely capti­ best of his ability.
tory of Burns was the reception and in the development of this great sioners Miller and Best and other
otlicers
being
present.
Win.
Miller
This
bank
Is insured and will be reimbursed for any loss by burglary
vated by its magnificence. Sena­
and
promising
section,
but
that
it
When seen directly after the banquet tendered Senator Charles
or hold up day or night.
tor Fulton spent last Monday in speaking at his hotel he again ex­ W. Fulton by the ladies last Mon­ was a matter of importance to the has been employed as county attor­
ney
and
is
serving
in
that
capacity
this city meeting the people and in­ pressed his appreciation of the peo­ day afternoon at the I. O. O. F. whole state. He enlarged upon the
importance of irrigation and the at this term. Following business
quiring into our needs and desires. ple of Harney county and of his hall. The affair was conducted in
ultimate result of bringing this had been disposed of up to noon
•'».o-oaooeo os <■><»>«■>♦<■»#«■> <-»ar> nso to *
interest in their welfare. If the
His only regret was his inability to
a
very
elaborate
and
tasteful
man
­
large
body of land under cultiva­ yesterday, the proceeding after that
M. A lbxandkk , 1’ uesidknt .
E. II. T est , Cashier
people desire to enlist his services
W m . J ones , VtCK-l’HBstDKNT.
C. E. K snvox , Asst. Cashier
make a longer stay in order that he in anything of interest or toward ner without a hitch in the arrange­ tion, He assured the banqueters | time will be found on page two:
In the mutter of the delinquent
of hie sincere interest in this section
might visit other portions of the the development of Harney county ments.
The
hall
and
tablas
were
beauti
­
tax
roll for the year 1903, the total
and his earnest desire to serve his
county and get a better idea of its he desires they should write him.
fully
decorated
with
bunting,
flow
­
sum
of the roll aggregates $65,565.-
constituents in the best possible
wonderful resources.
ers
and
vines.
The
table
decora­
87.
It appearing that the sheriff
Senator Fulton was met at Sil-
manner.
ONTARIO »
OREGON •
WORK ON SUMPTER VALLEY.
tions were nice with as mall Ameri­
The distinguished gentleman had collected $60,566 61 and turned
vies by Hon. C. W. I’arrish and
Interest PaidkoniTimeZDeposits».
can Hag tied with red, white and was charmed with his reception the amount over to the treasurer.
Judge Miller. The gentleman was
Joseph A. West, chief engineer of
blue
ribbon
were
placed
at
each
That
he
had
allowed
as
the
3
per
certainly formed a good impression
much pleased with his warm recep­ the Sumpter Valley railroad, was
We Solicit Yoar Banking Business.
tion by the people of Harney coun­ in Canyon last Saturday, says the plate. The distinguished visitor of our people. Great credit is due cent rebate on taxes collected prior
STOCKHOLDERS:
—M. Alexander, Win. Jones, E. 11. Test,
ty, their hospitality and sociability. Grant County News. Mr. West was taken completely by surprise the various committies in charge of to March 16 the sum of $1211.74.
C.
E.
Kenyon,
II.
Alexander,
Estate of Abner Robbins, William 4b
While he made a political address bad started on a trip to Burns, go­ when be was escorted to tho door the reception and banquet for its and that the roll disclosed as double
Miller, Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
on Monday evening,Senator Fulton ing from Prairie City to the head of by Hon I. S. Geer and there met fine success. It was, without ex­ and void assessments the sum of '*> <jao oatxjno <a»v ♦ -oaoo -os
oao oaoas' )
said his visit was not of a political the valley and thence through Log­ by a delegation of ladies consisting ception, the most important social $139 39, all of which being credited
1 to said sheriff. And appearing that
nature particularly, but the speech an valley. He did not reach Burns of Mesdames Schwartz. Miller, Car­ affair in the history of our city.
penter
and
Motherhead
who
led
1 the sum of $3647.13 is due and de­
was an incident. He came for the however, as the horse he was riding
linquent, it was ordered that within
him
to
the
other
end
of
the
room
WONDERFUL
INVENTION
A
purpose of seeing the country and became crippled aud he was oblig­
HO
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HOWARD
PRESIDENT
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SEBREE. *•
VICE-PRESIDENT
j ten days after the return of the tax
meeting the people. He had desir­ ed to turn around and come back where they took their positions and
R. A. COWDEN, C ashier
1 . list, October 31, the clerk shall re-
introduced
the
ladies
and
gentle
­
It is interesting to note that for­
ed to make the trip ever Bince h ¡ b |
men who were present.
tunes are frequently made by the | 1 turn the same to the sheriff with a
election but his time was taken up
Harney Cattlemen Will Pool Steck.
Mrs. Marsden presided in a very invention of articles of minor im­ warrant commanding him to sell
with other matters it had been im­
creditable
manner and also acted portance. Many of the more pop- 1 the several articles of personal or
possible.
Cattle growers of Harney County
That his visit will result in ulti­ have begun to think seriously of as toastmaster during the banquet. ular devices are those designed to parcels of real properly upon which
mate good is certain. While he the fact that there is an evident The lady seemed perfectly at ease benefit people and meet popular such taxes are levied in the manner
bad been told of Harney valley, its trust combination of the cattle­ and was the recipie..t of the congra­ conditions, and one of the most in- provided by law.
resources and possibilities, he was buyers that visit that section of the tulations of her many friends and teresting of these thathas 6ver been , Bill of Malheur county for the
A General Banking Business Transacted
surprised and stated that one must state. Many of the different buyers admirers, who were very proud of invented is thd Dr. White Electric trial of the case of State vs. James
CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Comb, patented Jan. 1, ’99 These Colwell, it appearing that the clerk
see Harney Valley to realize what have written to different growers as her.
a magnificent section it was and to ths condition of the stock and the After calling the gathering to order wonderful Combe positively cure of Malheur had failed to affix his
meet its citizens to appreciate them probable price that will be asked, a vocal selection was rendtred and dandruff, hair foiling out, sick and signature and seal, it was ordered
In conversation with a represen­ but it is a significant fact that there Mrs. Thornton Williams made the nervous headaches, and when used continued for the term and returned
tation of The Times-Herald Sen­ is never more than one buyer actu­ welcoming address which was re­ with Dr. White’s Electric Hair | to the clerk of Malheur county.
I). N. Vurieu having completed
ator Fulton said he was glad he ally on the ground at one time, and ceived with applaueo and very fav­ Brush are positively guaranteed
orable
comment.
Mesdames
Farre
curly
in
25,
his
contract on the Island road
to
make
straight
Aiair
<
came. He desired to meet the peo­ he is of course very choice in his
ple nnd discuss eomethings of in- selections and independent as to and Levens then sang a beautiful days time. Thousands of these I and Road Master Clemens report­
OF PHILADELPHIA
duet and The Times-Herald male electric combs have been sold in ing the work in accordance with <
INCORPORATED IS47.
terest to his constituents. He felt price» offered.
quartet then sang '‘The Soldiers the varions cities of the Union, and tho balance due $1,488 was or- >
Issues all forms of sound life insurance at the lowest rales. Dur policies
it his duty to visit this section in
The apparent combination of the
5
guarantee after three payments are made
the demand is constantly increas­ ! dered paid.
order to see conditions regarding buyers has led the growers to talk Farewell.”
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract
Covers
were
laid
for
one
hundred
The
petition
of
Jasper
Davis
and
ing.
Our
agents
are
rapidly
be
­
II.
A paid up policy.
.
our irrigation projects and feel the of pooling their stock and sending
Ilf. Loan or cash surrender value.
public pulse on the proposition of out for buyers to come in and bid guests and a more happy or con­ coming rich Belling these combs 16 householders to change the coun­
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
forest reserve—especially the graz­ on the whole lot or any part of it- genial company could not be tound They positively sell on sight. Send ty road was found defective and
IN FA’.STZGM TE BEFORE YOU' INSURE.
failed
to
give
the
court
jurisdiction,
ing privileges
The pooling of the wool clip by in Harney county. The places for sample. Men’s size 35c, ladies’
Sherman & Harmon,
R. II. Benedict,
' Senator Fulton expressed him­ sheepmen in different parts of the were assigned by the ladies without 50c — (half price while we are in- i it was therefore denied.
General Agents.
District .Manager.
MaripiarnjBlilg.,
II. A. Dillard, Agent.
self as unalterably opposed to the west has proved eminently satisfac­ confusion although the prearranged trocucing them.) The I)r. White
I
Portland, Or,
Burns, Or.
Mrs. Leslie Vanderpool is recov­
preposition of leasing the public tory, and the cattlemen are think­ plan was not followed. Senator The Dr. White Electric Comb Co.,
ering from a recent illness at the
range land, but with forest reserves ing strongly of following that plan. Fulton was placed at the head of Decatur, Ill.
i home of her mother in Lakeview.—
he said some means must be found There has been only a few small the table with Mrs Wm Miller at
by which allotments may be equit­ sales of cattle in that section in the his right and Judge Miller at his
THE MONUMENTAL BRONZE , Herald.
able adjusted. He believed the past two years. The going price , left. Mrs. Marsden occupied the COMPANY, of Bridgeport, t’onn.,
Hugh Witzell arrived here Sat­
range in forest reserves should be at present is $13 for yearlings, $20 seat next to Mrs. Miller. The has appointed M. L. Lewis, their
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allotted to herds and flocks domi­ for two-year-olds and $26 for threes. tables were laden with viands of agent for Harney County. This | urday from Tonopah, where he went
ciled in the immediate vicinity These prices and the growers of Har­ various kinds and served most old reliable Company makes all to look for a location. His wife is
During the course kinds of Monuments, Grave Covers. al the home of her parent, Jack
It would not be necessary for the ney county consider ridiculously , charmingly.
Affords the people of Fast and Central Oregon nil the opportunity of a
owner to reside there particularly, low when the fact is considered I the toastmistress offered a toast to Corner posts Vases and Urns, out Hampton of Summer Lake They
first class modern Business College, It is a home institution covering
“
Our
Representatives
in
Congress
”
but his stock should be kept there that beef is still as high as ever.—
every course involved in Business College work
Its rates are the same
of pure refined Zink, which is one will return to Tonopah soon.— Lake
as charged elsewhere and the methods are the same. Students ndmittbd
and called upon Thornton Williams of the elementar)’ or virgin metals, view Examiner.
and taxes should be collected in Prineville Journal.
at any time. Instruction at the College or by mail. During the Hummer
to respond. Mr. Williams responed the same as gold and silver, and is
the county wherein they graze.
months the College will conduct a
in a very interesting manner paying indestructable and cannot be affect­
A heavy Load.
■The gentleman was very favora­
PAIR 0FP1CIAL AT ST LOUIS.
a r.ice tribute to the guest of honor. ed by the climatic 'conditions.
bly impressed with the irrigation
To lift that load off the stomach
possibilities in Harney county and
Iorwis and Clark Exposition ac- . "The pioneer” was responded to by These monuments are cheajier by­
For teachers and other» who desire a reviewing or preparatory course.
take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Il
Mrs.
J.
W.
Geary;
“
Our
Relations
stated it was one of the best, if not, tivities have been transferred to St.
half than any kind of stone,
For apecitnens of pen work, and full information on Business College sub­
digests
what
you
eat.
Sour
stomach,
■
with
the
Coast,"
by
Judge
Miller
jects, address
superior to any other project in the Ixtuis. With the arrival at the
more beautiful in design and can­
State In his opinion the project in point of President H. W. Goode, a i was good. He took occasion to not be broken. Mr. Lewis desires belching, gas on stomach and al)
Klamath county was just about large percentage of tbs working [ compare our resources with those all who are contemplating the pur­ disorders of the stomach that are
parallel with that of Silvies valley force will be there. Besides Mr. of Western Oregon and pointed out chase of anything in this line to curable, are instantly relieved and
permanently cured by the use of
with the advantage in our favor if Goode, T. B. Wilcox and J. C. Ains­ - the mutual benefits by close rela­ call on him at the office of Biggs A’
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Storrs,
any. While the reclamation ser- worth, of the executive committee. tionship with the coast, also the Biggs, and see designs sample of 1
a druggist at 297 Mein street. New
I
loyalty
of
Eastern
Oregon
to
the
material and price.
yice of the government has aband-. General Counsel Dan Malarkey will
Britain, Conn, says: “Kodol dys­
oned this project for the present, meet with the official party for the state in general; of its future great­
pepsia cure is giving such universal
ness
and
benefit
to
the
more
thick
­
Senator Fulton assured The Times- purpose of inquiring into tbe legal­
Studebaker Wagons, .Hacks 1 satisfaction and is so surely becom­
Herald that he would certainly ity of all transactions. After the ly settled sections of uur west where
Carriages,
Buggies and Buckboarjls ing the positive relief and subse­
TRISCO A DONEGAN, Proprietor«.
take the matter up immediately reports of Director of Exhibits H. they have the benefit of transporta­
are
arriving
now and selling as fast quent cure for this distressing ail­
With a view to having it pushed to E. Dosch and Director of Concess­ tion and navigation, but need the
completion. Tn this he knew he ions John A. Wakefield have been products of the great inland empire as we can get them in. We have ment, 1 feel that I am always sure
would have the earnest and able beard, action will be taken in the an*I th“ trade of tls people. Judge two ear loads of these goods here to satisfy and gratify my customers
ny recommending it to them. I
Tlxls He®.c3.q.ixeixtexs.
support of the entire Oregon dele­ matter of finally securing desirable Miller pointed out the Importance and in trains. The best stock of
write this to show how well the re­
Wagons
and
Vehicles
ever
brought
exhibits
as
well
as
entertainments
of
bringing
the
now
latent
resources
gation. With such men as these
idealizing the capabilities of this and textures for the “Trail.” With of Eastern Oregon to high develop­ to Burns. Call and look at goods medy is spoken of here ” Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure was discovered
Election to supjtort many thousand the Missouri "Pike” at their dis­ ment and its effect on the coast. even if you do not desire to buy at
the
present
time.
Geer
A
Cummins
after
years of scientific experiments
S people and make homes on every posal. President Goode and his Hon. 1. S. Geer made 3 few remarks
and will positively cure all stomach
when
called
upon.
These
remarks
1160 acres of this of this great staff will be able to select some of
Job printing—The Times-Herald trouble* Sold by Burns Druggists
fvalley. we certainly have bright the most attractive Midway featur­ were in most part personal and en­
livened
things
up
somewhat
Hon.
r prospects for early development.
es extant.
Senator Fulton has the distinc-
Before returning to Portland Mr. A W. Gowan responded to tbe
Gocde
will meet with the United , toast “Our Guest” in a fitting man­
r tion of being the first United States
The Finest of All
States
Government Imard relative ner. Mr. Gowan has known Sena­
I Senator to visit Harney county.
I The people certainly appreciate the to the Government's participation tor Fulton for many years and paid
him high tribute Before resuming
fact and made it a red letter day in the Exposition.
his seat Mr Gowan complimented
in tbe history of our thriving little
the ladies for the excellent manner
city.
Realizing the importance
Tbs little eon of Mr. and Mr» in which they conducted the recep­
and influença of such a distinguish­
For Sale Italy at
A. W. Gowan was quite sick the tion. Hs then called upon Hem tor
ed visitor our people exerted them­
fore part of the week —Herald.
Fulton
selves to make it plsasanl and one
The gentleman reoj>onde<l in a
tn be remembered.
Tboee desiring breed can be ac­ most happy manner expressing his
The political rally in the evening
was held at Tocher’s hall and the commodated by callip* at the resi­ profound appreciation of the recep­
distinguished speaker was greeted dence of Mrs. A. J. Davie on the tion tendered him. He felt highly
bv one of the largest audiences ever wait aide of the block occupied by honored and stated that now hero
had be been more warmly receive.)
RotbdU Broa., Distributers, Portland, Oregon.
‘gathered in this city for a similar Millar A Thompson’» »tore.
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Billiard and Pool Tables
Club Rooms in Connection
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