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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1905)
«ATURDAY. MAKI H L IW».
.* 1 LIIAN BY KI*
— — Maaagar
Th - i-a-G i n demand appeals tO
. alive of
the large handlers are anxious to
sign the clips fol 1905 delivery.
1 have not known of such general
wool contracting in the past five
“With the demand as strong as
it now is, sheep-breeders are of
fered giltedge prices, and may se
cure a promise from responsible
houses that is the same as money
in the bank, for these contracts
may be negotiated at the banks
and are a basis for loans up to al
most too per cent of the amount
of wool expected to be shorn.”
fl MM of our farmers are prepar
We are sxixry Lu anuotHnre—
ing for spring plowing.
W. D. Patch, of Dead Ox Flat, a
Sheriff Lawrence took his depar
great opponent of Bonding the dis
Saturday for Nebraska to bring
trict, while crossing a piece of thin
county J 11 Slattery, who is
ice a few days ago fell through and
wanted on the charge of the larceny
thereby contracted a bad cold
Water is such a rarity in that sec- : of several horses th« alledged prop
lion that when one comes in con erty of T I. Arnold Governor
tact with it the effects are disas Chamberlin has issued requisition
trous. The ice was like the opposi papers on the Goveuor of Nebraska
tion to bonding the district—to thin for Slattery.—Ontario Democrat.
lo bear much weight.—Vale Gazetle
THE CITY MEAT MARKET
E. A. YOUNG, Proprietor,
Slaughters only the best Beef, Veal, Pork and
My meats are clean, cool and wholesome.
The slaughter house and Market are clean and
It is repored that on account of
disinfected at all times. I invite the public to in
the game laws many fine speci
COLNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS
mens of gam e that would other
The stockholders of the Citizens
spect the premises tor themselves.
wise be sent in lo be added to the
Messrs C F McKinnev and E E Business College are requested to
Puirington filed a petition asking turn their stock in to the under
collection being mounted for the
permission to erect n telephone line signed in order that the atlairs of
Lewis and Clark fair, are not
along the county road from Burns the corporation may be acted upon
T-Bone Steak 2 pounds, cut short....................
forthcoming. The Times-Herald
to I.aiven and from there to Har by the hoard.
Loin, Porterhouse and Rib Steaks, JU. pounds
wishes to state on authority that
H. M. Horton,
ney, thence east to the Malheur
the local association has a permit
county line 1’ermissibn was grant
Round Steak 3 pounds........................................
iro n the state game warden fo r
ed. This is a matter that will meet
Chuck or Shouhler 3L, pounds............................
this pm pose and those who arc
W. F. Nelson, of the firm of Nel with public approval on every hand,
gathering specimens may feel son <t White, that secured the con as it has long been needed.
Brisket & Neck Boil 6 pounds............................
perfectly safe in doing so and for- tract for construction of the Por
A petition to establish a new
I ENDORSED B7
Rib Boil 5 pounds................................................
warding them to the association. tage Railroad, is in Portland, and road district to comprise Drewsey
and I’ine Creek precincts was con SCIENTISTS AS
However, this permission should
Flank Boil 4 pounds...........................................
not be abused and the slaughtei rapidly toward completion ol the sidered by the court. It was found
transportation line that will be that th" tax roll for the year had i PRACTICALLY
Rump Boil 4 pounds...........................................
of game be t arried on simply be
, own' ll and operated by the com already been extended and taxes 1
Bologna Sausage 2 pounds...............................
cause it can be done. The Tim monwealth to connect the upper
computed in accordance wilh the
es-Herald feels that the hunters and lower Columbia River, and af
Beef Sausage 2% pounds.....................................
present boundaries The creation
of this county need not be caution - | ford outlet by water route for the of a new district would greatly Over 500
Price List A
ed upon this matter.
products of the Inland Empire complicate tie pip er distribution Designs,
It is also possible that the im Mr. Nelson said:
of the funds, it was therefore
pression is gained that the associ
‘ Within four or five days the nied.
ation is flooded with tome parti- Celilo incline will be completed,
Thos Howard was employed
< ular specimens and if one he ready for laying steel on the double janitor at a salary of .-*40 (X)
would not send it. This is not I track that extends on piling fora month, his employment to begin
the case. The association wants i distance of 1 100 feet. Dirt work when the county court should deem
the best and the more to select ! lor the entire road is more than half it necesrary.
MONUMENTAL bronze company ,
I done, and we expect to begin lay
Liquor license granted to Sid
from the better the result.
ing of steel between March 5 and Comegys of Narrows precinct.
In the neat future The Times- it). Steel rails for the
I lerald will publish a list of speci been shipped, and are Homewhore
E A f raser will soon commence
mens on hand together with the between the Missouri River and the erection of a brick business
name of the party furnishing it. Celilo nt present. The rails are of block, 50x IGO, on his property at
This will lie done for the purpose 1.1 pounds weight, and were pur- the corner of Oregon street and
of showing the progress and to chased from the Illinois Steel Com Idaho avenue to Be used By’ the M
M Co. an an implement house
stimulate those in the field to re pany.
“I do not think that we will have T he Building Mrs Shell,y occupies,
It should also lie remembered any difficulty in completing the which is on the site where the new
that the ollit-i departments m-f'l Portage Railroad as specified in the building is to he situated, will be
■ ntriict, May 15, the contract being removed to in r property farther
attention ami should not be tteg-
penalized as a guarantee of comple north in the same Idock.
HE ALSO HAS A LINE OF
tion by that time. Work was held Fraser will go to Boise this after
At old Jorgensen Stand
up on the lower end of the road noon where he will have the plans
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
Senate bill No, 125, by Senator peiiitiii" the action of tho legisla and specifications for his new Build
Waller M. Pierce, providing for ture, when it was believed that an ing drafted By an iircliitect—Ontar
the compulsory education of Ind appropriation would be forthcoming io I temocrat.
ian < luldien, yesterday became a for extension of the road to the
Dalles. Wo nr« now going ahead
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
law. T his is one of the mileposts
under th" original plans as specified
of progress marking theupwaid in the contract, for construction of
Hee Schwartz A Biidlemnn's ad
tendancy of tin- Indian, If the the terminal at the Big Eddy.
All kinds of F^esh Vegetables in Season,
The spring flight of birds llliH
white and mixed-blood llldilllb
Corner Main and B Sts.
“We have been favored with par
who carry whiskey to the reset- ticularly fine weather for prosecut begun mid soon all varieties that
cation and supply the Indians with ing the work, and have endeavored frequent this section during the
Pork, Bologna, Veinna and
the stuff in this city, could now be to take advantage of it. About UNI season will be numerous.
'fho rehearsals of the comic op-
reached by law, the llni.itill.is men are now employed in the work,
Livtr Sausages a specialty
would be an especially favored mid n great deal of dirt is being era, The Mikado, are becoming
tribe. Their general financial scraped and has been already, as I more interesting and the public
condition is good, many of them have stated No time will be lost may look forward to a rare treat I
farm their own lands and if they in pushing forward the work to when it is put on the boards.
completion at the earliest possible
E Mi l’heetcrs and John Sweek
are encouraged in education ami
left the first of the week for Narrows
R. R. SITZ, l.awen, Oregon
morals, their <ondition will be
to spend a few days among the
Your Patronage Solicited.
(airly satisfactory. The govern
Sumpier V allei lixlcnslon to Proceed al Once. birds mid In Ip supply the taxider
nient needs the 10 operation of all
mist. They expect to return Mon
good citizens in protecting the
A tmip of the »Sumpter Valley day,
Bulls ready for service, the get of
Indians. l..i t Oregonian.
railroad twenty mile extention has
I.ittle Esther FitzGerald fell ell
been tiled in ths United »States
the porch at her home one day this
land office at La Grande.
Wool on Sheep. Mone) in Bunk
week mid severely bruised her
i'hie move means that grading
Certified copy of pedigree
shoulder. It was at first thought
FRANK Ai COLE, Propt.
work oh the extension from Tipton
given with each purchase
“The year 1905 piomiscs iiiiex- will begin as soon as snow diaap-
First Class, Well
Innately it was not the case.
ainplvil prospcrily for catllt and pcars.
shrepiiKii through! the Inl.ind
t'. ¡dwell arriv-
I he e\tension will be onward to
Centrally located, Well furnished tables,
Finpii e,” N.nd (. J . Milh.% live- (he Hyn.mil <d Dixie mountain in eil here T hursday morning from
Ontario and me guests of their
stock agent of (he Oregon IU11I- (irant count
Grading gangs and equipment daughter Mrs J T Garrett. Mr
road A’ N avigation company.
BATES: Meals 25 cents: Rooms 5H cents.
Caldwell com»' over on business and
“People in this part ot the state will arrive here in a few days.
Single Beds 25 cents.
I'hen ihiiigs will hustle. — Baker will return the latter part of next
probably believe that the pail win
Stop at th3 Overland
ter has been disastrous to the (’it v Ih'liiocrat.
Tho city election will be held Both 11 these l.uii s are first class nurses and have always
stockmen in I’.astcin Oregon ami
given, and will continue to give, entire satisfaction. All the
Washington ami the whole of Id HIGH SCHIMM LITERARY SOCIETY. next Tuesday. Two councilnien
I mayor, recorder, treasurer and mar rooms are furnished with hospital furniture and no pains
aho, because the weather has been
shal me to be elected. So far no will be spared to give patients the best comfort and care.
severe. Smh an impiession is
file Harney County High School tickets have been nominated al
based on ignoi am e of the i midi i . .iterarv Society met yesterday
No physician or surgeon hits charge of this
though the names of several fortlie
tions in the Inland Empire.
ifternoon from 2 too .”30 I’ M various positions are spoken of.
Sanatoriuni—the patients employ the phy
“Whenever hay is pleniitul liter the President called the meet
sician of their choice.
Rev R F Peake. of John Day,
Of drugs, medicines, druggists sundries,
livestoi k there is i .iriicd safely ing to order the roll call and min
perfumes, stationery, books, school sup
Situated in South Burns
through the severest winters. The uti were read, Frank T hompson
plies, etc., ever brought to Burns. The
haystack is the stockman's insm was appointed at critic The pro old friend Chas Itetehaw. Rev
finest wines and liquors for medicinal
ance policy, and the tloi k owners gram for the afternoon exercise Peake will conduct meetings in
purposes always on hand.
bail laid in sin h a liberal store of c 'tisialed of
>'iig bv School, Kentucky Home thia city for an indefinite period,
that variety of food that they were
Alice Hamilton beginning Monday evening at the
able to get through the haul
Debate Resolve that the Greeks
Ulik DOCTorS PRESCRIPTION «VEN SPECIAL iTTENTION.
months without applet table losses. were more civili/ed than the Egvp-
Messrs <’ F McKinney and J, E
Some losses always occur in ti >us w> re Yllirimitive were Mary Wallace, who left lu re last Satur-
th«- wm er. But tliev have been1 Neal, Ned Smith, Harry Ruck, day for the Alvord ranch to secure
at a nuuimutn this year, and the 1 Frankie King Negative Henry the elk tendered the Lewis ar.d
H. M. HORTON. Propt.
situation otlieiwise is sinh »IS
as to I telton, Floy Thompson, Ilarry I Clark Fair A sm x-iation
issiiic good times to those engag \\ itliera, Ada Neal, Willie < iuu Id Gilcrest of th" I’ I.. S t'o. had a
ed in that mdii'ti \
Judges decided in favor of the run away oi> the Juniper grade.
The team got ft ightened at a snow
Prues ate medium. This in negative.
drift and threw the rig off the grade
Hong bv the School,
illites owners to sell and buyers
■o buy, and causes a libeial move 1 at '1 the - ih . i ... mi. white you Mai The buckboard was completely
Myra King wrecked, but fortunately the occu
I« here to slay and don’tlorgrt it.
ment of livestoi k.
Carl Koch pants escaped seiaius injurv, al
Uennmbor hi tu when you have
though somewhat bruised Tliey
iliagr.apliy of Geo \\ ashington
on a high title of piovpentv this
ex Otlxex I^xxxs
Emma Multeri **dked on to tie- Mann I ake ranch
Ptob.iblv mm <■ wool has (Ì
•ng By School,
The gentlrmrn are expected home
tl»v remember that the
been contracted (or the 190$» hp
Home Sweet Home thte evening Hint'
than ever bclote in the history of I Several visitors were present did not accompany the party as
M ill tie a home for all.
the industry in the northwest.| who were welcomed bv the Societv 1 state,! in .ur last issue.
MY PRICES ARE:
FOR CASH ONLY.
Will deliver all products after March 15.
Ice for sale and delivered to any part of
W. E. HUSTON
Haines & Nelson
Bctaata and Opticians
Tropical and Domestic
Fruits when in Season.
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Hats, Shirts, Clothing,
Burns Meat Market.
GIVE HIM A CALL.
KAISER & FELTON, Propts.
BEEF BOUGHT AND
BILLS FOR SALE
SOLD BY QUARTER.
Breeder of Pure Bates Short Horn Cattle.
Waterloo Prince I 74,184
THE OVERLAND HOTEL
THE BURN? SANATORIUM
MESDAMES FRY & RUSSELL
We will tell you about the new :
Spring and Summer Dry Goods <»
that are arriving next time, but at $
present we want to show you some J
new things in Spring Hats for both :
straw and felt, lor gentlemen and
Spring C aps for the Ladies. You
should also ¡(‘member that we are
again carrying Butterick Patterns.
Uurr £ Dalton.
The Largest and Most Complete Stock t
Agents for Any Periodical Published.
THF CITY DRUG STORE.