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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1905)
OOo acres of land yet subject to
entry under the public land laws
'and that Harney \ alley is the
largest l.w. o'.j <4 land in the
Well, we could give them a few
things to ponder over if the legis
lators should visit us and also
open their ey« s to'the pcssibili ■ -
of a portion of the state that the)
know nothing about.
TME CITY CHARTER
Although the writer has not seen
it. be is informed that a new char
ter for Burns has he-n gotten up anil
HCBKi’R! ITION KATKb.
one of our councihnen has been cir
culating it around among the busi-
n< men with a petition attached
ask'n ? our representatives in I till)
legislature to have it pis-i td. We
•lI LIAN HYICI»
— — Maeeger
know nothing of the merits of thia
proposed new charter and will
There is one junketing flip,
1 ben fore make no oommant. F
which the East Oregonian believe?
LAST) IS RESTOREO TO ENTRY. nterpr tati nt f the |
would pay the state of Oregon.
ter by our city dads and city attor
That is to send the entire legisla Cary Selection of Wright's Point ney it is evident that some men are •n
much mistaken or the charter is
ture from Salem to the Eastern
defective and n < <ls either to be
Oregon counties, to learn of at tu-
It has Ins'll our policy and endeavor for the past eight years to deal fair with our competitor as well as out 88
The Tiiii'-H-lli mid is informed amended or a new one passed
al conditions and needs there, to
customer—to maintain prices at a reasonable living prolit—to do business on the. "live and let live plan —to
l b« Times-Herald does not ques-|
become acquainted with the ways by reci-iver Farre of the local bind
give our customers the very best value for the money, and do ig ■' 1. >w nor have we believed in cutting prices
of the natives and to become im
I -. to criti ;i«« 1 heir
bued with the knowledge and un been withdrawn by the Wrights’
below a legit ¡mate basis, but since cutting is the fashion, ire pi p«>
olead. < hir expenses are as light asany
I’oint Improvement Co uh a Cary . te, but thei
em* to be ooueid»
derstanding that both sides of the
-eledion three yearn ago, had been arable friction and the general pub
other firm in Harney county. We can buy just as cheap a.* 11 \ other , rm in Hurney county. 1 herefore we
Cascades are pait of the same
> restored to entry. This in oih of lic is in the «lark regarding th«« pre- j
commonwealth. It is a fact, how the finebt bodies of land in this sent statue of affaire It has been ’
can not nor will not be undersold by any one. \\ e have tried 1 it«« pr< ...ium plan and found it unsatisfactory. $5 s?
ever humiliating it may be to ad valley mid will make excellent q nt« evident for Home time that
We believe it better to give our customers full value for the mou y at the time the purchase is made. It is the
mit it that there is actually more homes for people who take advan
- should be made in the pn-
man with the hard, cold cash that we are after. We give here some prices at which we are going to sell tor • ; <h
misunderstanding of the situation tage of it The land is suitable for sent charter ai d it should have 1, en ’
in Eastern Oregon among the agriculture and i? exceptionally i taken up at an earlier date
ami for cash only, To those whose accounts are satisfactory we will extend credit at regular price«, as usual.
So. 1,n who have bee . approached j
Western Oregon members, than | well situuted regarding water, range
We an* here for business, and if prices are an inducement we will have it,
among people of a distant state, ' and protected to some extent from to sign the petition o j. ct to cer
on many questions. If the indi frost by the Wrights’ I’oint.
Flour $1.65 or two sacks for-................................... $3
Farming land is becoming quite ; ter The taxpayers would like to I
vidual members do not have the
time to visit the different part? of
md what changes are proposed. 1
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Golden Star, Diamond C and other Savon soap for
the state and learn of its vast ex few years, since it has bi i'ii demon ,
Htrated that line cr< pH can be raised Tb" people are certainly entitled
Corn and tomatoes
“ per case............ 3 25
merly ioc novv per bar......................................
panse, its immense problems, its
every year People have begun to I l i thia much consideration and it
Men’s snow excluders per pair................................ I 50
Lima, Bayo and small white beans 12 lbs............... I 00
pressing industrial needs and its
realize that this section ¡ h well ad would have been proper to have i
Women’s snow excluders per pair.......................... I OO
educational demands,then it would apted to agriculture and that by i called a mass meeting of the pro
Cream of Wheat, per package................................. 25c
pay the state at large to send properly tilling the soil crops are a 1 perty owners to have paHHed upon
Over coats will go at 20 per cent discount.
Java and Mocha and Caracola Roast coffee former
them, in a body, to be piloted success. Hurney is not only The it. This is a matter of importar.ee
Dress goods, fasinators and other woolens will be sold
ly 3 lbs now 4 lbs................................................ I oo
through the Eastern Oregon coun Cow county, but will also compare to those who keep up the city ex- [
at wonderfully reduced prices.
A 1 good Blended Roast coffee formerly 4 lbs novv
ties, to permit them to see for well with other sections in fruit, ponses.
(»rent bargains in shoes and other lines—nearly every
?.. I 00
While dealing with this matter1
themselves the immensity of Ore grain and vegetables.
thing will be reduced.
. .. 50c
Coal oil per single gallon............
I The Times-Herald wishes to re-1
gon and the manifold variety of
Get our quotations on other goods.
“ Head Light, per case... .
• ■ • 5 00
I mind the people that the city elec- j
its needs—East Oregonian.
TAX ON GRAZING SHEEP.
lion will be held the first of next
Now, you’re shoutin’, If the
month and tiiat good men should
people of Eastern and Southern
A bill to protect raisers of cattle
lie selected to fill the vacancies
Oregon displayed as much ignor introduced by Representative Sitz
Thanking yon for past favors and soliciting yoyr business, we tire
They should lie sebeted from the
ance regarding the western part baa been reported favorably by the
heavy properly holders—men who
of the state as those living there house committee. Mr Sitz, is cer
are vitally interested in conducting
show toward this section, it would tainly making good nt this session the affairs of the municipality. Ill
be time, indeed, to insist on learn and showing his sincerity in all his seems these men have been shirk
ing something of Oregon, ll.ir
ing their duty.
A special to the Oregeniun under
ney county embraces about one-
The Turn s-Herald takes no stock ■
late of Jan. 31, says:
I in the factional fights
ninth of the state, yet is compara
It doe* not
To tax outside livestock that
' approve of it and would tint) ita in-
tively unknown outside of hei
came into Oregon for Summer range
own representatives and even they a bill of Repi ' sentalive Sitz passed fluence to drop such strife and y
don’t always seem to be acquaint the House this morning. It pro
ed with us.
vides that all beep driven into the
By traveling along the railroad state lor pasturage shall lie taxed ed that this great religious npprov- H
e and that is confining the ballot to
which runs along the extreme 2(1 cents a head, ami 5 cents 11 head
ui' ii who pay the taxes. The pro xt
bonier of the state some it people shall lai paid for each county
perty owners should have complete H
say they have visited Eastern through wliieh the sheep are driven
control of the city affairs and
Oregon and are quite familiar The stock inspectors are to collect say who hollhl hold the offices.
with its resources, etc., when in the taxes, their wages while so em The matter of passing ordinances
ployed to be also charged against
fact they have seen none of it
should also he more fully consider
. Ifail orders receive prompt attention.
the slu rp
high class goods and invite the public to call when desiring
or at least that part that is capa-
ed and time taken to studv the ef
If the tax i not paid, the stock
ble of great development, where
inspectors shillI take possession of
with proper aid and advertising the sheep and publish notice could repeal about three-fourths of
thousands of prosperous homes \\ ilhin ten days the owner may re the present ordinances and enforce
/ Guarantee the Goods and Prices
could be made. It would even deem them by paying the taxes and those left
Solid (»old Watches, Fancy Clocks, Jewelry of all kinds. |
Silverware, Ebonyware, Cut Glass. Handpainted China at |
rival the Willamette Valley in all expenses
¡'be stock inspectors
A cranky safe lock nt the land 1
Cost, Take a peep at my windows.
productiveness if experienced far are to order deported from the state
office hns been fixed so it will not I *!
mers were to take up the matter any diseased or unhealthy sheep
trouble the office is lignin. When 1
of tilling the soil. By not becom For each day il at the sheep are
1 Receiver (lowati returned home hei
ing acquainted with this vast in detained after the order is presented
started to open the safe, which had
land portion of Oregon legislators, he may be forced to pay a fine of been closed since his departure I
Pork, Bologna, Veinna ami
and business men as well, are re
but found the combination he had 1
Liver Sausages a sp daily
In urging the passage of the bill, J
tarding it» development. They
and the one that locked the safe
aie estringing the people and Sitz declared that thousands of did not agree After using every
sheep were driven into Malbeur
causing business to go elsewhere
persuasion he knew of, Frank Jor- I
and Harney counties every year
k*. R. SITZ, Lawen, Oregon
than where it rightfully belongs.
Jan was called in ami a hammer'
from Idaho, Nevada ami California
was brought into plav that knock- •
They fail to appreciate what a
I'lmir owners are Italians, who pay
magnificent state they have .mil no taxes, -pend no money in the | eil the combination out in short or
Your Patronage Solicited.
what could be accomplished by community, but because of the dlff- 1 der—in fact it didn't last a full
recognizing the interests .md eienci« in season in the states are round This lock has been giving
rights of the citizens who are able to put their sheep upon the trouble for many months and a new
safe hull '« en ordered which is now
handicapped by isolation, but who best pastures on the range.
at the railroad The broken lock
The bill went through with but on the old one can be replaced for
loyally support every move to
Certified copy of pedigree
bettei conditions on the w estern one or two dissenting votes, The a small sum.
given with each purchase
side of the* Cascades. They lake provisions of the measure do not
apply to sheep brought into the
A marriage license bus been is
pains to acquaint themselves of
•tat for «inter teed ing during sued to Star Buckland and Mira
FR Y -K z*-. C(/t
the* conditions and needs of that
N'oveuil er, Peeember, January and Matti« Bennett. The Times-Her-
part of the state as well as theii j
I b r-i rum y. or to stock lieing ship|>ed
d is informed the < remonv will
Fi st Cl ss, W.- II
Yi-.<, >• would be light ami to u.arkit.
lie erf'in d t.'i'i rrow evening at
Ap p o ■ n b d H US 3
would accomplish moie for the
Conduced b :
their home in Il in v. Star having
Cent» ty hx-aied. Well Inrni.bed tablee,
amount of lime and money than
I hert'i'V w .ritall |H>rrotu, .mt to tilted up 1 1 ■ hole cottage where
the whole 40 days spent in thi emplio or hurl. «r. one l’ink Becker, they will bo married and begin
HATE>: Meals 25 yen’s: Rooms 50 ceni«,
In minor, -l xte.si-y, are of age, who housekeeping immediately*. The Both <>f'he 'It t"S are tirst class nurses and have always
When people visit the Lewi* I'f' his home mihoiit my know Contracting p irtli - are both well
Siegle Beds 25 cents.
¿iven, and vill,.’
n e to pve, entire satisfaction. All the
and Clark fail this year and ask ledge and 1 .in- nt
I shall collect known, ha ing lived in thia county
StOD at thj Overlord
1 ’H -in,
Novem all their lives The bride-elect is a rooms ur furnished with hospital furmtur and no pains
the people of Western (begun 1 no
daughter of Mr and Mrs Jason
what they know of the great ber 1st 1904
Bennett, the groom is a son of J
stretch of country south of tlu
I Westfall, Malheur County, Oregon. C. BuckUml The Times-Herald
i.ulio„d line .md east of the* < as
Sanatorium-—the patients employ the phy
Geer ACuniiniiis have received an wishes the happy couple a urosper-
cades it would be interesting, or
sician of their choice
rather more amusing, to hear
water m ts, wine sets, vases, etc
For sale—A modern live room
what they have to say. Do they
These goods are the tine.it ev *r dis dwelling, in centre of full block, all
know that the best fiuit, vegeta
Of drugs, medicines, druggists sundries
played in this city and must be fenced g od out build'ngs A snap
bles and grain in Oregon arc
perfumes, stationery, books, scho<1 »ur-
if taken ,| i'i k
s.,. y| ,
I a -
seen tolie appreciated.
raised in that section, that it is an
plies, etc., ever broueht to Burn<. T e
absolutely new country where the
tmest Wines and liquors for m-dicinal
soil has not been worn out and the comdar vri \ i: ST YTEMl .N 1’ OF KINDI LION OF N a I'lONAl. BANKS OF OREGON WITH CAPITAL
always on ha d.
AND NOVEMBER 17. l'.Hf.’l.
pests that are so discouraging in
the older settled communities are
»»S < ki hol
unknown? Do they know that of
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N ot 1
'M X«T IT.
L NM N ot
all the cow counties in the state
a a «ri »>
UU ' •’
Harney is tiik cow county with * tt»l
over one-third of the cattle in the
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state to her < redir ?
I 1.74. ♦>
That this county alone has (.Jit.-1
HATL’KDA V. FEBRIAKY 4, 1!M>..
War Has Been Declared
Not with Russia or Japan, but
WAR ON PRICES!
Now is your opportunity—~you could not secure such prices during the Summer season.
Haines & Nelson
mUrs aid Opticians
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
At old Jorgensen Stand
Burns Meat Market
KAISER & FELTON, Propts.
BILLS FOR SALE
BEEF BOUGHT ANU
SOLD BY QUARTER.
Breeder oi Pure Bates Short Horn Cattle.
Bulls ready for service, the get of
Waterloo Prince 174,184
THE BURN? SANATORIUM
MESDAMES FRY & RUSSELL.
[he Largest and Most Complete Stock 5
See Premium offer on Page Four.
Uents for Any Periodical Published
THF city drug storf .