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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH
i 9 o 5.
A MOVE TO ORGANIZE you, but to that vast brotherhood LARGE FRUIT CONTRACTS
> the region. At Al>< rt
CLIP HEAVY, PRICES HIGH
of cattle-owners which in itself
Paisley, Lake county,
forms one of the state’s greatest
JOHN I> DAI.V. P hus
been made which prove
N. U. CARPENTER, C miihk ,
CUMMINS, V u k P hks
COUNTY CATTLEMEN SEND and most sustaining industries.
A. C. WELCOME, Aasr. C abhibb .
FIFTY CAR LOADS TO BE SHIPPED I of the waters for both
PRODUCERS ENTERIG PROS
H. D. DUNHAM, President.
salt. Most of the land around this
A. K. WIGLE. Secretary.
heavily impregnated body of water
The foregoing letter, which clear
is owned by the Pacific Livestock
OF BURNS, OREGON.
imed That State Federation Alone Will ly defines the position taken in the Jobo Dav Fruit and Produce Componi Het
Company, which concern is a suc Bids for Wool Crop Soon to be Wide and
Be Able to Make Imprento! at
Cloted Deelt With Orowen—Price
Product Pooled--Association Will
The National Meeting.
Are JO aod 35 Cents.
Set Sales Deys Soon.
the embodiment of the ideas given
pany of California. This company
Warranto bought at tho markat prtco.
interested California tnen in reduc
Plaue set on foot by the execu- the executive committee last Sat
As announced in the Grant Coun tion of both salt aud borax, with
Prospects for a heavy wool clip,
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
urday by A. L. Wigle. It will be
ve committee of the Crook County
remembered that the latter was ty News some time since, fruit success so far as the process was a high grade of tleece and high
attlemen’e Association, at a epe- elected a delegate to the Denver growers now have an opportunity concerned, but the haul of more prices were never so bright for the
John 11 Paly.
ial meeting held last Saturday, conveution of the National Live to contract their crops of this sea than 200 miles over bad roads sheepmen of Oregon as thev are this
N. V. Carpenter,
J. W. Gearv,
II . M. Horton,
year. Every indication points to a
ill result before many months in stock Association, and upon bis re son to shippers who will handle all proved too much of a handicap.
they can secure. The John Day
Experimental work has also been prosperous spring with the sheep
state organization of all the coun- turn here he immediately advised
Fruit and Produce Co . of the John done at Summer lake. Lake county. men. Although several weeks earl
y cattle associations and repreeen- that the Crook county cattlemen
Day valley and Portland, is the There work commenced on a dike ier than usual, shearing lias com
tive cattle owners in Oregon, says
name and location of the firm now which was intended to confine the menced in many localities ot East
he Prineville Journal of the 16th toward oroanizing a state associa
M. AlKXAXUKU. l’llKKIIIKST.
in the field. The main offices are saline waters at the head of the hike ern Oregon. Here the wool is run
E. H. T est , Cashier
tion through which some power
W m . J unks . V i < i -1‘ kksuiknt .
C. E. K ksvox , Asst. Cashier
in the Oregonian building, in Port in flood season, until the summer ning very fine, the clip being heavy
The word has gone from the local could be wielded and some recogni
land, and the local offices will be in sun evaporated the water, when the and of a fine grade.
ssociation that such a move has tion of rights be obtained.
John Day and Prairie City. The salt and associated minerals would
In Wallowa, Umatilla, Union,
Mr Wigle drew some very forc
een started, circular letters are
representative of the former is M. be scraped up and refined. Tests Baker and
icing addressed to all the cattle ible conclusions at the Denver con
0. Potter, and of the two latter F. of the water were satisfactory, but counties the seasons is opening
rganization in the state and in- vention, where he saw tbe systema C. Potter.
earlv, while in the interior it is a
ide of a few weeks a date will be'
Interest 1’iud on Time Deposits».
The last named member of the
couple of weeks late In the East
et for r. meeting of various repre- tives from such states that had well firm is at present in the valley se much Nutnt roue other hikes exist
ern section of the sheep country the
We Solicit Your Banking Business.
eutatives from tbe different parts organized cattle organizations In curing contracts, and has already in the great interior country of
Winter was very light. This in
—M. Alexander, Wm. Jones, E. II Test,
f the state for the purpose of par
secured the largest crops of apples are sure to develop when railway creases the texture of the tleece
C. E. Kenyon. H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, W illiam
enting a permanent organization,
— - » 1»
The price calls for 30 cents per box
I'liere is but little sand and grease
Miller. !-■» Frank
IL Cotlin, Thos. —
’h it meeting will be held in this was next to impossible for delegat for green apples and 35 cents for transportation gives a reasonable
in the wool, which insures a high
city either late in the coming sum es from local associations such as red apples. Mr. Potter stipulates market for the product
market value In the lowlands the
mer or early in the fall.
that in case the market, which
is naturally charged with
In the meantime the following way. Measures of vital importance must yet be opened up, will admit
is coarse, but makes up
letter has been addressed to all the to the whole stock region of East of better figures, be will gladly pay
The following paragraphs were in weight what it loses in texture,
HOWARD SEBREE. PRESIDENT
W. R SEBREE. VICE-PRESIDENT
cattle associations in tbe state and ern Oregon were quietly laid on the the advanced price, as he is desi taken from a special to the Portland
R A COWDEN, C ashier
and the latter flaw is removed in
such men interested in the better
rous of building up a permanent Journal from Vale giving an account the scouring mil! says, the Tele
ment of stock conditions as it is be than passing benefit were pigeon business in John Day fruit and pro of the recent term of circuit court. I gram.
lieved will lend their assistance in holed to the grave.
The grand jury returned 13 true
It is expected that the executive
In consequence, Mr Wigle saw
bringing the prospective organiza
Among the contracts closed last bills of indictment and one not-true committee of the Wool-growers’
the need of an organization in this week are those for the D
tion to a successful beginning:
B. Rine- bill. Twelve of the thirteen indict Association will meet in a week
Prineville, Or., March 14, 1905. state which, if thoroughly organiz hart. Dan Fisk and B. C. Trow- ments returned were against saloon or so and fix tbe dates for tbe an
— Dear Sir: At a meeting held in ed,
' would be capable of exerting as bridge crops. But Mr. 1’otter is keepers violating Ilia gambling law nual wool sales when the
this city by the executive commit much power as those in the states still at work securing contracts, by permitting games of chance to clips will be pooled and sold to the
A General Banking Business Transacted
tee of the Crook County Cattlemen’s 1 of Texas, Colorado and other dis and says he will treat all growers be run within their establishments. highest bidder. This custom Ims
Association, steps were taken to- 1 tricts where the cattle industry is exactly alike, giving the small Every saloonkeeper in the county been in force in Oregon for several
wards the perfecting of a state or- 1 aiming the first, and the ideas which growers the same price and terms was indicted, with the exception of vears and has met with general ap
| gmization which shall embody all he
' advanced to the Crook County as the larger ones. What he is an the proprietors of the Hotel Ontario
proval. Tht sales places are Shan
’s Association a few weeks
the local cattle associations and Cattlemen
xious to do, and what he must do bar ami the saloon at Beulah. Ten iko. Pen lleton, Heppnor, nn I II ik
representative cattle-growers, not 1 ago to the executiye committee 'ast if the plan is to succeed, is to se of the twelve saloonkeepers indict or City. Shaniko Ims for several
members of any such organizations, week are embraced in lhe above cure enough contracts to guarantee ed entered a plea a( guilty and years held the record f ir wool sales,
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
in the State of Oregon. But we quoted letter.
a business upon which the firm can were fined $50 each The other two both as to price and number of
think this larger organization
arrange the all impostant subjects have not yet been arraigned.
pounds. There are generally two
, market and transportation On
INCORPORA M l) IN47.
should he composed so far as prac men that the move wbi:h has been of
M. J. Jenkins against Morris sales days fixed for each place, the
IsHtieM all form* of Hound life insurance at the lowest rates. Our policies
ticable of county organizations. In made will be of great benifit to Monday Mr. Potter closes contracts Fitzgerald, default and decree of first being in May mid the second
•guarantee after three payment* are made
counties where cattle associations every cattle owner in the state and with every grower between John foreclosure and $300 attorney's fees about the middle of June
I. \utoiiiatic extended insurance for the face of the contract
II. A paid up policy.
do not exist, we urge that they be the latter are as a result much elat Day and Mt. Vernon. He says he for plaintiff.
The finest grade of wool comes
III. Loan or cash surrender value.
formed at once in order to bring ed over the prospects in view.
has now 38 car-loads of fruit under
from Shaniko, where the ranges are
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
this greater body to a speedy and
contract, and believes he will ship
The snow is gradually disappear high and free from sand, the lleece
/.VI’£.ST/G’.I7’£ III'FORK FOB l\’*IRI\
ing to be held in this city for the 50 car-loads from the
valley.— i ing tbe warm, sunny days are hav- being of n very fine and pure teisj
Sherman it Harmon,
R. II Benedict,
This move has been inaugurated purpose of permantly organizating Grant County News
ii ng considerable effect, but as yet i tore. Last year when prices rang
II. A. Dillard, Agent
because it is felt that only through a state association will be no the
no rush of water baB swelled the ed from 12 to 16 cents at Pendleton
the power wielded by a state organ schedule before early Fall. In ot
river to any extent.
wool sold at Shaniko brought from
ization along the lines advanced her words, the date will be fixed for
LI to 20 cents. Shaniko also has
by the executive committee of the such a time as will not interfere
heaviest sali'B, as it is tbe ter
experiment that will be
if so get the prices of the <1. C. < 'o. who minus of the railroad which taps
Crook County Cattlemen’s Associa with tho harvest season or the Fall watched with interest by
are the largest buyers, anil the closest
tion will it be possible in the future round-ups.
the great interior. In Pendleton
Oregon sheep-raisers is being made sellers, best uiialitv,
to exert any considerable and ap
where there are better transporta
preciable influence either in legis
Fresh choice creamesy better— tion facilities and the sheep are
north of Echo. In a few days
lative halls or in the National Live
wei ght—75 a roll nt the City within range of the market, two
LaFontaine will commence lamb
stock Association. The need of To cure constipation and Liver
Aft'ord* the people of East and Central Oregon all the opportunil\ of a
sales days are named, but in Shan
ing a band of 7000 ewes, the time
tirst clans modern BiiHiness College. It is a home institution covering
such an organization, through which troubles by gently moving the bow
every course involved in Business College work
IfH rates are flit* hmido
being almost two months in ad Job printing—The Times-Herald iko where the distance from tbe
the needs of Oregon cattle interests els and acting as a tonic to the liv
as charged elsewhere ami the methods are the same. Htu lent* admitted
railroad is so great, there is gener
at any lim*-. Instruction al the College or hy mail. During the -n miner
could be voiced, was most strongly er, take Little Early Risers. These
luonths the College will conduct a
ally only one sales day, late in
In the Chicago nnrket February
felt at the annual convention of the Famous Little Pills are mild, plea
lambs are worth $1 per h»nd more
latter body, held in Denver the sant and harmless, . but effective
and sure. Their universal use for that: April lambs in the fill, the
first of the present year.
E oi teachers and others who desire a reviewing or prepmatory <-oirne
It is the intention of the Crook j many years is a strong guarantee
For rperimens of pen work, and full information on Bii dne-s C«»ll>*ce sub-
making them more valmiCo It is
County Cattlemen's Association,! ! of their popularity and usefulness.
to secure this additional price 'lint
therefore, to form into a solid unit ^»’Id by Burns Druggists,
ZLzC. 33. TSig-To^, T^rirx.
the experiment is being tried
all the cattle interests in this state,
The only obstacle to such early
hut the preliminary steps which 1 Victory Whit« Bronze Monument.«.
lambing is the dang-r of losses
have already been taken must first I
through inclement weather. This
be broached to ths cutie owners
The local agent, M. L. Lewis, has is being guarded aiziiii-tu, the pre
generally for the purpose of Just received notice from The
terit case by having additional men
securing unbiased and alvanta- Monumental Bronze Co, of Bridge
to care for the band, and extra »lied
TRISCII .<r DONEGAN, Proprietors.
i It : ¿atriubine "I spring
genus opinions If the answers port, Conn, that \\ hite Bronze has
room. Should the present mild
sent to this association in response been awarded two medals, viz:
weather continue the e»u cess of the
to these letters prove to lie favora ■Claes No IfM, Ari Work in Zink
LaFontaine early lambing will l>e
ble, then arrangements will be and elass No 220 Marble, Stone and
ZxZZculcc Ttiir? T-Zosxd.ci.-CLQ.rtcr©.
a-siired — Heppner Times
made fora meeting of lhe iepresen- Metal Mor uments
tatives from the different sections
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
White Bronze was in direct
Isterior ii Kkh la Salt and Bora*.
of the stale to be held in Prineville | competition with the great Marble
Billiard and Pool Tables
during tbe summer or fall, at which and Granite (juarriea of the world
The following appeared in last
time a permanent organization will and won all the honors. Such suc- Saturday's Portland Journal under
Club Rooms in Connection
' cess speaks volutnns fo' White a Burns date line While it is not
We should like to have you talk Bronze as the only Monuments altogether accural' in every state-
this matter freely before all cattle without a competitor.
merit, it never!liel. « gives publicity
growers in your vicinity and then
to some of our uiid- eloped resourc-
write us as soon as possible tbe
ea which will at no iislaiit date at-
That Tkkling in the Throat
consensus of opinion prevailing,
I tract considerable a ention.
whether adverse or otherwise, and
One minute after taking One
Production of Iso «X al Lake Al
•* The Finest of All **
any suggestions which may come Minute Cough Cure that tickling vord, winch ia tn t ie basin of the
to mind. It is proposed to carry in tbe throat is gone. It acta in the Dander and Blitz ■ , near tbie city,
this matter through to an early throat—not the stomach. Harm has liecome a pr.nii a nt i'.duetry.
auoces«, with th» end in view of less—good for children. A I. Spof- California operat or» •i <re d-velopen
gaining for Oregon cattlemen and foid, postmaster at Chester, Mich the reduction work until they have
tneir interests a position of power says: “Our little girl was uncon a large lonnabe, which is baulvd
F#r Sale Only al
proportional to the magnitude of scious from strangulation during a IGO mile* t Winnemuce s Nev. and
the industry in which they are en sudden attack of croup. Three doses thence taken by rail t Maw Fran-
gaged and the vast wealth which of One Minute Cough f.
Cure half an cieco. The .titerlor Inkeeof Ha u y
they represent, Both these should hour apart spe*dily cured her I an>l Malheur offer a 1.
be more fully recognized in the cannot praise One Minute Cough >f saline products ami aaaurance ia
future tnan they have been in tbe Cure too much for wbat it has dooe given by tboee familiar with the
Agents, Burns, Ore
past. An immediate reply will be in our family.” It always gives re country that extensive salt and
of resultant benefit, not alone to lief Buld by Burns druggists.
borax works will be eslai-liabe-1 in
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