The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, April 08, 1905, Image 1

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    VOL. XVIII.
AND
JURY
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, APRIL S, 1905
RECOMMENDS
We respectfully submit this as HARNEY A LAND OE SUNSHINE return to Hood River. He went
our final report and ask to be dis-
out to the front, Saturday, says the
, charged.
Democrat, accompanied by several
Í AUTHORITIES TO REGULATE ITS
I. M. Davis, Foreman
SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES FOR contractors and with them went
OWN AFFAIRS.
C. S. Johnson
over the extentici: survey from
RAISING FRUIT
E. E. Purington
Tipton to Middle Fork.
O. J. Darst
The contractors are preparing
««aloa Leas Than Three Dava aad bul
Muih Activity Shu*a in the Line of Hartl' bids and have been given ten days
W. E. Smith
One True Bill Returned--Surrest«
cattare and Agrkaltare—Sacttoa to
Joe Clark
■ to file the same. This done ami an
Some laprsveaeal«.
Belar Watched by Railroad«.
R. Hankins, Jr.
acceptance, Mr. West says work
he grand jury empannelled at
With the advent of good weather will at once be put under way.
N I CARPENTER, C isuuk .
A C. WELCOME, Assr. C ahiiiek .
OVER MILLION
AND
HAIp ARES IS
First National Bank
TRANSFERRED
OF BURNS, ORECON.
Ierre Territory added Io th« Bure« land
District From Laketie«- ton«enitnl
For People ol that Section.
À General Hankins Business Transacted.
Warrant óougtlt at tA* marketprtca.
The following Washington dis­
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
patch, under date of March 31, ap­
the people of this section are again
I >1 RFX ’TOUS
That Tkkling in the Throat
ftaal report on Wednesday forenoon,
peared in last Saturday’s Oregon­
The Daily East Oregonian says: active in farm work and improving
N. U. Carpenter,
C. Cummins.
John D. Paly,
.1. W. Geary,
H. M. Horton,
C. A. Haines.
haing in session only a little over Simultaneously with the withdraw­ yaids, gardens and orchard«. The
One minute after taking One ian:
Thomas Davi».
days. It found very little to I al of the Northern Pacific survey­ people are taking an exceptional Minute Cough Cure that tickling I “The President today signed an
ing party from Pendleton the Lew­ interest in horticulture at this par­ in the throat is gone, It acta in the order adding south half of Malheur
gakmand its attention that was of
iston Tribune announces the with­ ticular time which will show results throat—not the stomach, Harin- and Harney Counties to the Burns J
■■Eportanee which, certainly speaks drawal of the O. R. & N. survey­ in a very short time. The fact less—good for children. A L Spof-
I land district. This territory is j
«¡tell for Harney county. It made ing party under engineer Klipel that Harney county must now look t'oid, postmaster at Chester, Mich,
now a part of Lakeview district,but
gtvera' recommendations that are from the Clearwater district tribu­ to her owe resources to supply the ¡says: "Our little girl was uncon­
is found to he more accessible to
of interest to the general public tary to Lewiston.
fruit for home consumption is real­ scious from strangulation during a burns than Lakeview. Residents
■and others of a minor nature.
The question now is: “Is there ized and has caused many to turn ! sudden attack of croup. Three doses of southeastern Oregon asked for ai
It put it up to the city authori­ any significance in these maneu­ their attention to this particular of One Minute Cough Cure half an
. change.
ties to work out the matter of re­ vers? Has any understanding been branch. Those who have made a hour apart speedily cured her. I
“The Land Office had received I !
ONTARIO
OREGON.
gulating certain offenses that are reached by which these great sys­ study of fruit trees consider Har­ cannot praise One Minute Cough many complaints from settlers in
lIntoi1est Paid on Time Deposits.
considered a menace to the moral tems will not invade each other's ney Valiev has exceptional advan­ Cure too much for what it has done extreme Southeastern Oregon be­ ,
welfare of society and the good re­ territory? If not, why this simul­ tages in this respect. They assert i in our family.” It always gives re­
We Solicit Your Banking Business.
cause of tbe long journey they had
pate of the city. This action is, I taneous action in two distant points, that the high altitude is beneficial lief '■¡old by Burns druggists.
to -make to reach the Lakeview
STOCKHOLDERS:
—M. Alexander, Wm. Jones, F. II Test,
perhaps, just as well, for under ex­ and where each company’s survey- n one respect at least: Pests that
Land Office, and when special I c. E. Kenyon, II. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
isting circumstances little could be ore were actually invading territory ftre 8U frequent in lower altitudes
The new law which make« sheep­ Agent H. T Bennett, after investi­
Miller, Frank R. Collin, Thos. Turnbull
Mcomplisbed in the way of perma­ tributary to the other?”
and cause so much damage to fruit, men pay part of their taxes in gation, recommended that the low­
'<•00 <*oa> <->•<-■ oao ♦ -^aaoo ■ot'OOO
000 a.»
nent reform by taking such mat­
It has been thought all along by will not material ly interfere in counties into which they take their er end of these counties he added to
ters into the courts. The matter business men, and those in touch Harney valley, at least they will flocks for summer range, is not be­ the Burns land district, a procla­
ia certainly within the power of the with the railroad situation, that be much easier handled than in ing leceived with very much favor mation to that effect was drawn.
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city council to do as they see fit.
these surveying parties were bluffs, sections where they have such a in any of the counties affected. It It was shown that almost all roads
HOWARD SEBREE , PRESIDENT
W.R SE BRE E . VlCE-PHE SIDE NT
'.The reeomendation to make a possibly being made by the North­ etart.
will take probably a thousand dol­ in that section lead to Bums, while yy
R. A COWDEN, CASHIER
naw road district of Drewsey and ern Pacific upon the O. R, dr N.
Another advantage noted by lars a year of taxes from Wheeler travel to Lakeview is at all times
Pine Creek precincts will also meet I and vice versa The withdrawal those with experience is that trees county and as much from Gilliam,
difficult and in winter almost im­ V
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with the approval of the county of the two parties at the same time m$y be planted much closer to­ and turn the same over to Grant I possible.”
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court, as it has already been con- lends color to the conclusion and gether than in a majority of fruit and Crook, which will give nothing
This is a change that has long
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aid ered by tbat body, but since the I Pendleton business men who had sections on account of the great in return. As in the past no effort
been desired by the people living v
CALDWELL, IDAHO
funds for this season s work has al- hoped for fruition from the eurvey- amount of sun shine that blesses will be made by local officials
within the territory transferred. v
- i*adv been apportioned and ar- jng being done out of I'endleton, this particular region. Thia being where sheep front other counties
The matter has been under consid­ V
A General Banking Business Transacted
zinged it will not likely be taken |iave abOut decided that the play the case those contemplating set­ are shot, to punish the shooters —
eration for some time but hail
Up before next ,>anuary.
ja over, the curtain down and lights ting out nn orchard may use the Fossil Journal.
never been put before the authori­ W
CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
■Former grand juries have recom- out jn tbB railroad tneatre of the most favored spot and devote prac­
ties at Washington in such shape V
mended that the fire proof vault in ¡nlauj empire, at least for this sea- tically one-half the amount of land
Cattlemen of this neighborhood as to bring about the desired change
tbe clerk’s office be enlarged suffi- 80n.
for the purpose than is usually are now busy moving their cattle
until Mr. Bennett’s report which
dent to hold all the records. This
At Lewiston the O. R. <Sr N. sur- planted.
to pasture which they have leased was forwarded after his investiga­
■hould have the serious considers- j «-eying crew has marched up the
Experiments in various ways are from Indians at Klamath marsh,
tion here the early pail of last
tion of the court. The safety of; bj|i al](j then marebed down again, lieing put under way. Last season and within the next few weeks
«
month.
these records is of much importance all(j ¡n thjs vicinity the Northern was an exceptionally wet one while thousands of head of cuttle will be
The change adds very materially ‘I
to Harney county and the present paciffc crew has repeated the per- every indication now points this taken from this valley and Summer
to the importance of this land dis­
INCORPORAI Fl> 18,7.
finaneial condition is favorable to j formance.
season being quite the reverse, Lake where they have been fed hay
trict and will he the means of
Issues all form« of -olimi life iuauiaocs ut Iti» ln«e-t rales. Olli policies
making such an improvement at
The O. R. A N. crew which has consequently the farmers are plant­ during the past winter, and moved bringing
yiiaruiitee after three payments are made
much more business to
once 1 he I imes-Herald hopes the been working in the vicinity of ing with a view to determining the to the green meadows of Klamath
I. Automatic extended insurance (or the face of itie contract
this city, The urea that has been fl
II. A paid up policy.
coart will see fit to act upon this Mohler in the Lewiston country, beet method under such conditions. j marsh where the beef cattle of this
Ill
Loan or casti surrender value.
added embraces 5,541,000 acres nf
recommendation at an early date.
has retreated toward Portland, and Since the capacity of the local i section are fattened for market.—
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
land.
The report of the grand jury the Marion crew working toward flouring mill has been increased the ¡■Silver Lake Oregonian.
/A TAsi /t.'I/ i.' HKi-'oith: roti ixm iu:.
The
transferring
of
records,
etc,,
follows:
I the mouth of Birch creek in this demand for good wheat has been a
Sherman A Ihiruioti,
It. II Benedict,
from the Lakeview land office will ; !
General Agents.
Uistiict Manages.
In the Circuit Court of the State of j vicinity, has likewise vanished. A factor in increasing the acreage of Are you going to the Railroad if so do
be done at once nnd the people liv­
Maripiamlllldg.,
II. A, llillard, Agent
Co.
-Oregon, for Harney county.
few stakes marking an imaginary this particular cereal and has open­ not forgot the O.
Portland, Or,
¡turns, Or.
ing in southern Harney and Mal­
In the matter of the final report of line of survey are now all that re­ ed up the possibilitj’ of Harney l
heur counties will timi it much
Egthe grand jury for the April, 1905, main of a dream of branch lines county furnishing sufficient for
more convenient tn attend to hind
A-term of the above court:
that has recently brightened the local demand. This is quite an !
matter.«.
Bfcomes now the grf.nd jury, duly horizon of both Lewiston and item and will leave many dollars
Conditions have changed since
■nil regularly empannelled in the Pendleton,
at home to be distributed among
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the former land districts ivere
above court, and makes this its fin­
the various farmers that has here­
drawn making it necessary to put
al report:
tofore been sent out for this staple.
WILL SHEAR 100,000 SHEEP.
this territory in the Burns land
When
your
head
aches,
there
“» We have been in session three ,
.Should crops be an average this
district i'he benefits to be derived
is
a
storm
in
the
nervous
sys
­
Atlonls the |n <»ple «4 East ami Central Oregon all the op|»<»iimnl\ of a
days. during which time we have
M. B Gwinn, secretary-treasurer season it will demonstrate the pos­
tem. centering in the brain.
from such a change, the mutter of
first (*I> inh iiHi<h*rn B iimiiiohh ('ollrgi*. Il ia a home inatitulion ooveiing
examined all matters brought to i of the Malheur Land A- Livestock sibilities of this section us an agri­
every ronrae involved in BiiaineMA College work
Ita ratea are the Hume
This irritation produces pain roads, stage lines and other con­
am eliHiged ehewhere uinl the metho'la hih the mhiiio
NtuientH mlmithil
our attention, or of which we have Co., was in the city Wednesday. In cultural and horticultural district in the head, and the turbulent
veniences were ail fully shown to
nt anv time. Instruction at the Collage or bv mail. Dining tlo* -ummer
any knowledge, and have returned conversation with tbe Argus editor and be of not only local benefit, nerve current sent to the stom­
months the College wi'.l conduct u
Inspector Bennett and be immedi­
into the above entitled court one he stated that his company would but also a factor toward transpor­ ach causes nausea, vomiting.
This is sick headache, and ately made the recommendation.
true lull of indictment, and one not liegin shearing April 14 at J. H. tation lines being extended into our
ummer
ormal chool
is dangerous, as frequent and
It is a source of satisfaction to
trite bill of indictment.
Seaweard's in Barren vslley, and millet at earlier date than other­ prolonged attacks weaken the
The Times-Herald to find such
■ We have made no examination of when that section was cleared up wise The railroad people are brain, resulting in loss of
prompt
action in this important
tbe tiooks and accounts of the dif- the shearing machines would lie
watching the develepnient of this memory, inflammation, epi-
matter, not only through its inter­
lepsy,
fits,
dizziness,
etc.
fere nt county officials, as such an moved to Road Canyon for the sea- vast isolated section with a view of
Allay this stormy, irritated, est in the welfare of this city, but
exauiination, to be properly made gon. He' stated tbat adding the tapping it should it show a suffi­
aching condition by taking also on account of the numerous
would require more time than is at amount of sheep to be sheared (con- cient tonnage.
Dr. Miles’ Anti-l’ain Pills.
settlers affected Tne Timen-Herald
the disposal of this grand jury.
traded) with those owned by the
The sugar beet industry is an­
1 hey stop the pain by sooth­ does not assume to give credit to
There has been complaint made company would amount to over other tbat is attracting attention of ing, strengthening ami reliev­
any particular individual for this
before this grand jury, that certain 100,000 head.
outside capital The beets raised ing the tension upon the nerves
change It is due to si-veral. wide­
—
not
by
paralyzing
them,
as
misdemeanors, such as gambling,
All of the wool will be delivered in this section have shown a slip* r-
do most headache remedies.
awake men of this city and the earn­
Ind selling intoxicating liquors to to Ontario and in consequence Ed. ' ior quality of saccharine matter
TRISI'II <t DONEGAN, Proprietors
Dr. Miles’ Anti-l’ain Pills do est np|>ealH of the people of the ter
habitual drunkards, has lieen. and Fraser and his brigade of wool This is quite well known to out­ not contain opium, morphine,
rilorv added.
Js being committed within the cor- stevedores are figuring on a busy side pci pie who are looking for chloral,cocaine or similar drugs
“Sink headache 1« hereditary In my
¿»orate limits of the city of Burns, season —Ontario Argus.
such sections As indy one test family My father nufl ' -I
great
Sewing Machines nt factory price
end for many year» J !■ \e had
■ We have made no investigation of
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has ts-en rna.le of tl,i« particular deal,
RpeiH that were so wv»-r* that I wai
with
freight ndded. The White
unable to attend to my tnuHnoM affaire
■ these charges for the reason that we Vktory White Bronze Monuments product it i« natural that lhese peo
for a day or fo at a tine . During a
Blue Diamond nnd the X assar, all
very «ever*» attack of headache. I took
■ believe it to be the duty of the city
pie want further tests in order to J>r Mik-«* Antl-Paln J’ i II r a» <1 thv-y
carrying a full guarantee—at the
relieved me ulrnoet Immediately Hinco
■ of Burns to regulate and prohibit
Tha local agent, M. L Lewis, has find if such a percentage can l>e then
I take them when I f*-A I tlie »pell
Burns Furniture Company store
coming
on
and
it
«top*
It
at
once
I such misdemeanors; and for the just received notice from The relied upon a« the regular order of
JOHN J V ER I MS’
Pres. fl. B. Eng Co.. South Bend. Ind.
l>o you want to buy your go«»!« right, 1
further reason that the Honorable Monumental Bronze Co, of Bridge- things or not
Dr. Mile«* Anti-Pain Pill« are «old by
if no g»*t th« price« of the <>. < '. < ‘o. who
your
druggist.
who
will
guarantee
that
Chancey Cummins, mayor of the port. Conn, that M hite Bronze has
The Times-Herald would urge the ftr»t package will benefit. If it are the larg»**t buyer«, and the cloeeet
fall« he will return your money.
town of’Burns, has lieen before this l*en «’»rded two medals, viz: the importance of this particular 25
«••Iler«, b< «t qiialitv
doses. 25 cent«. Never «old In bulk.
grand jury, and informs us thsl the, Class No 194. Art Work in Zink branch of husband y. Each should Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Alfalfa at Ge*r *V ('iiminina
present city council of the town of ‘“J
»OMarble, Stone and make an effort to prow some sugar
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Metal
Monuments
beets this season
\ close watch
Burn«, will use every means tn its
White Bronze was in direct should be kept on . .ndilions, soil,
power to regulate arid prohibit the
competition with the great Marble the amount of water, etc . in order
offenses complained of.
The Finest of All •<
We desire to recommend to the and Granite Quarries of the world to determine Ih- f>e«t results after
county court that the voting pre- and won all the honors. Such suc­ the season is over hi I tests made
■ .nets < f Drewsey and Pine Creek cess speaks volutnn« fo» White from various set i us. Fbe far­
aid
■e set off into a road district, and a Bronze as the only Monuments mers of Harriet ■ . inly n
very material!« in l.r.nging a*>out
ipervnor l>e appointed to look af­ without a competitor.
desired cha .gi« in this gr< al isolal-
ter tbe mads in said district.
Far Sale Italy aL
We find that tbe vault in tbe
The Carter House Barber ‘"¡bop ed section if they will Iml just get
erk's office is too small to hold all at Ontario, f^e Caldwell proprietor, to work
the records, and also find that tbe is one of the most elegant tonsorial
St'll'TLR VALUT HifN'MIS
< oncrete floor io the county jail is parlors in all Eastern Oregon. Hot
in l.ad condition, end that there is and cold baths with a spray bath
Chief Engineer Joseph A. Wert,
flqents, Burns, Ore.
need of a waler closet in the county connected Lae a old time friend»
of
the Sumpter Valiev railroad,
to
call
on
hitn
ahilo
at
are
invited
. til. to ell of which we call the at
«as io Halter City Monday on hie
Kutbci'd Broa , Distributer» Portland, Oregon
Ontario
lection of the county court.
this term of court banded in its
railroad bllfp ends as usual .
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