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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1905)
ULD PLANT MORE TREES > prizes.and their hearty co-operation
is assured. The National Livestock
, Association has appropriated 12,500
STY DEPARTMENT BUSY IN THE ! McLaughlin Brothers of kan-a-
' City $2,500; the Percheron Hon-ej
Registry Association $2 000 for pre-
miums on Percheron horses, the
nment Actively l.o|a,e<l in Promoting
American Shorthorn Breeders Asso
Tree Plnnting in the Arid and
$3,000 for piemiums on
I shorthorns, and the American
e agents of the bureau of for- Hereford
$1.000 for premiums on Hereford
r detailed to investigate planted
I tin prepared to furnish my customers with the usual
I cattle This, with the $40.000 ap
es and natural timber in the
high class goods and invite the public to call when desiring
propriated from the Exposition
irn half of the two Dakotas and
funds for the purpose, brings the
estern third of Minnesota, have
total of prizo money up to
pleted their work. The results
$51,000. The premiums offered by
/ G na I a nice the Goods and Prices
heir investigations will be em
the Lewis and Clark Fair manage
ed in a report which will be
Watches, Fancy Clocks, Jewelry of all kinds,
ment are divided as follows:
fished as soon as the data col-
Ebony ware, Cut Glass. Handprinted China at
For horses............. ............. $12,000
lost. Take a peep at my windows.
Kd can be tabulated and definite
For cattle............... .. ... 16 500
For sheep and goats........... 6.500
hr ughout the region investigat-
For swine............................. 3.500
good deal of tree planting has
For poultry and pets.......... 1.500
done to meet the requirements
The American Angora Goat
e timber culture act or for pro-
Association, whose annual shows at
Ive purposes. Local benefits
Kansas City have attracted a great
p been gained by this planting,
' deal of attention, both among rais-
a study of the results gives a
' era of goats and among people gen.
basis of suggestions looking
' erally, who have watched the pro
grda still better results in the
gress of the comparatively new in
The species most generally
dustry of goat raising, will hold its
______id are those which grow natural-
annual show this year for the first,
Ivln the river bottoms of the re
time west of Kansas City. The /
gion. together with some which
show at the Lewis and Clark Expo
bare been introduced from Europe. sition will be the greatest goat show
... Represents the,...
Tfeey are cottonwood, boxelder, ever held.
a8*’> s'lver maple, white wil
Home Insurance Co., of New York,
While the interest in the stock
low, and white elm. These trees show lias been general through the
Liverpool, London & Globe,
h»»e some admirable qualities, but United States, and a generous par
art in some respects unsuited to the ticipation by all the large stock
Fire Assurance Co , Philadelphia.
raisers of the union is nseured, the
OFFICE WITH HlUflS & UIOOS.
Bu, ns. Oregon.
Tl ie ideal tree for planting on the show will especially interest eastern
Corner South of Lunabui-g & Dalton's.
prairies is one which ii able to re visitors to the fair on account of the
sist extremes of drought and tem fact that at the Exposition, the
perature. is free from insect enemies, stockraisers of the Oregon country
The Burns Furniture Company
makes rapid growth, and is at the will be more generally represented have recently added some new and
same time valuable for both protec- I than ever before. The value of the attractive designs to their stock of
live and commercial uses. Some livestock in 1904 in the state of iron beds, and at prices that are
of ah'- conifeis of evergreens have Oregon was nearly $34,000,000 sure
to appeal to the house furnish
SUC f SSORS^TOJUPKEK à WILSON
there characteristic» in a high de There were almost 125,000 dairy er.
C all and inspect.
gree, and enough planting of certain cows in the state, almost 300,000
species of pine, spruce and larch horses and mules, over 3,000 000
has been done to prove their super sheep and lambs, and almost 300,-
iority The future planting in this 000 swine
It is interesting to note that for
section the bureau will probably
Mines and Mining
tunes are frequently made by the
»ecoiuu.enJ the substitution to a
No longer “Mt Pitt”
invention of articles of minor im
large extent of cone-bearing itevo
ALL WORK CU A t
for Bome of the species which haye
The high pile of dirt, stone and portance. Many of the more pop
been in common use.
timber, known as Mt. I’itt for so ular devices are those designed to
P avkttk , I daho .
In the past the timber values of long, will hereafter
.»lied Mt benefit people and meet popular
tree- was a secondary consideration. McLoughlin, the name given it over ““■»litioiis, and one of the most in
Tn were planted for their pro- a half century ago, in commemora teresting of these ih«th»a
live value and for ornament. tion of Dr. McLoughlin, the head of invented is thd Dr. White Electric
But by a proper choice of trees a the Hudson Bay Company who did Comb, patented Jan. 1, ’99 These
■rect profit can also be reaped. A so much for the first settlers of Ore wonderful Combs positively cure
ecfes which meets commercial gon and the whole Northwest as dandruff, hair fulling out. sick and
quirements will, in most cases, well, says the Jacksonville Times nervous headaches, and when used
iswer all other demands. This At least the legislature has passed with Dr. White’s Eleitric Hair
I’ati nls receive every attention witcnpiaccd
Iditional commercial benefit in the joint resolution to that effect Brush are positively guaranteed
e6 planting I be bureau will tm- I introduced by Representative Smith to mike straight hair curly in 25
under our care. G rid comfortabl r< oms.
days time. Thousands of these
. of Josephine.
hasize in its forthcoming report
Mt. McLoughlin is about 9000
Flie region examined is prairie
Surgical and medí, al cases.'¡Terms reasonable
Rates $2.00 and $2 50 per day.
and, very fertile, and for the most I j feet above the sea level and has a the various cities of the Union, and
the demand is constantly increas
part devoted to profitable farming i prominent place on government
Pleasant Quarters provided for
Our agents are rapidly be
All Outside Rooms—Near Depot
But the hot, dry winds from the maps, where it was put down as Mt
coming rich selling these combs
southwest are very injurious in Pitt through the interest of federal
This modern new hotel was only recently opened to the
They positively sell on sight. Send
summer, while the crops are ma geographers. It is located in the
public. Harney County people will be always welcome
EXPERIENCED NURSBS in ATTENDANCE
for sample. Men’s size 35c, ladies’
turing; in the long winters the 'Cascade range, at the extreme east
and courteously cared for, A first-class bar in connection.
piercing cold winds from the north ern boundary of Jackson county,
( has. E. McPheetrrs, Propt.
trocucing them.) The Dr. White
LIVRY BARN IN CONNECTION
west are a menace to liveseock as and is in the forest reserve.
The Dr. White Elei tric Comb Co.,
Bu ins, Orego. .
well as a source of great discomfort.
Shortage of Horses.
Hence windbreaks along the south,
west and north sides of farms,
Willis Fish, of Baker City, lias
Sewing Machines at factory price
buildings and inclosures contribute
visiting in town this week with freight • dded. The White. ♦
largely to the welfare of farm life.
It is of the first importance that He states ho has been over into Blue Diamond and lie Vassar, all ♦
carrying a full guarantee—at the ♦
the kinds of trees composing these
Burns Furniture Company store
windbreaks should be those which
5AM BAILEY, proprietor,
¡two carloads of horses. It is his
HORTON & SAYER, Propio.
will most quickly reach the size
Up-to-date job printing at reason
fine Wines, Liquors and Ciqats
demanded to furnish efficient pro opinion that the horse market will able prices.
tection, and at the same time per | be in first-clr.se shape this coming
Adepts for A’arqhpd Club Whisky
manently hold their ground and i season.
perform their office. In addition,
5 IN CONNECTION
EVERYTHING FUST CI.Í1SS. *
they should yield good commercial , ber of horse buyers at Baker City
returns. The careful consideration and the trouble with them is to find
Courteous and oblidio^ Mixolo^ct?.
which the bureau has given to this horses sufficient to fill the orders. |
Nearest Suwmill to Burns. Good koad.
side of the question should make The Japanese government has
its recommendations of great value placed orders for 100.(100 head and |
Lumber Yard in Burns.
to the farmers of the extensive this government is also after sever
"I Snd Tb*dtnrtt'<Hliu-k-I>-»i>rllt
al thousand head.
a Ifnod tEHdietae f«r !i-«»r d
It ctir^d my -on after b»- h?.d ap^nt
There are now demands for j
1100 with doctors. Itisallt <• med
icine I take.”—MRS < APOLINK
MARTIN. Parkersburg. W Va.
STOCKMEN SHOW INTEREST IN MATTER.
If your liver does not act reg
the Eastern Oregon range, and this
ularly go to your druggist and
LEWIS & McGEE, Propts
Leading Associations and Firms Contribute : would prove a great benefit to the
secure a package of Thedford a
To Priies for Show at Lewis and Clark.
cattle interests, as the ranges are
tonight. Thia great family
H. E. THOMPSON, Propt.
New and Elegant Livery Turnouts Complete. Fresh l earns
greatly overcrowded and the reiuov-
medicine frees ft.»- constipated
towels. stir« up tin» torpid liver
Reasonable Rates, Good Clean Meals, Comfortable
Horn, ■» boarded by the day, «wk or
Interest in the livestock show to > al of the hor«es would greatly l>ene-
and causes a he.uihy accretion
Rooms, Courteous Treatment.
t>e held in connection with the :ifit the cattlemen — Prairie City
Thedford’s L; • it - Draught
I.-wis and Clark Exposition, which . ■ Miner.
will cleanse tlx Dwela of im-
Special accommodations for Commercial Men Special Accommodations for th-
puritiea and str zth*n th* kid
will he held in Portland from Jun*!
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers,
1 to Oct. 15 next, is increasing,
Gar. First and B Sts., Bums. Oregon.
>r of «ici
fever and all rr;
daily, and the inducement of over Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
'"it) in prixe«, which is offered
It in B
FI’.Sl (TASS IN EVERY PAKTII’I j LAR
to -■ ■ kra'sers. is certain to attract laugh to eer.d 50c for “Tips to
a’ the hading stockmen of the Agents.” Worth $50 to any per
Your Patrona e Solicited
son who eelle goods for a living
c ritrv to the Exposition.
I' • managers of the Eastern If not satisfactory your money
i - Fair have decided to hold
till II’ III lull 1’IIIHOIiRAPHt.R.
---------------------------------------------y • u
the in rse sbuw from August 23 to Dr. White electric Cvtub Co.. Deca
>• i timber 3, and the «hows of cat tur, Ill.
All the latest styles and improved photography In
tle. swine, sheep and goats from
use to be had
Proti * Panels, Artist’s Proof and
Paul DeLaney, fc rmerly of the
"ept'inler 19 to Septeiutier 29
Photos tinished in up-to-date
The ther dates will be announced
SADDLES and HARNESS
st)i* tipixi appln ation. Ail «iz.es from the smallest
arrangement« for the pu lication
Bridles, Spurs, Whips, Rohes: Ropes, I tc.
The leading stozkraisers’ asso- hie new novel, “The Sheepberu-r.
Platino or on any of the American papers
>' i i < f the country have shown Mr. DeLanev is a brilliant writer
If tour «ii«k are .ding tn an\ way conic and get some
<GH«ry vpp »He Fir t Ns'to si Hank.
- ' urrs,
t‘ * r ' iere«t in th* Exposition's ar.d has bad many former eucce.--
Srnmly .st.a K Remedies; < «all cure, hnitin
•oterpnae by contributing gener- es in the literary world—Re
Alvo poultry I ixm I
Address, Burns. Orc,
onely to the fund set aside for Journal.
ANYTHING IN MY LINE.
GEER & CUMMINS
WE LEAD IN
> M. L. I EWIS
WILSON & ASHTON
Napton L Boyd
Harney County Hospital
THE CARTER HOUSE
THE HOTEL BURNS BAR. i
BURNS MILLING CO
and Dressed Lumber,
: Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
The White Front Livery Stable
THE BURNS HOTEL
HOPKINS &. GARRETT