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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY.OREGON, APRIL 15, 1905.
ARNEY COUNTY S DISPLAY
le Space Has Been Allotted ia Agricultural
Palace aod Exhibit Mast be Started
To the Railroad Soon.
SHEEP SOLD AT A HIGH FIQLRE.
At an advance of 40 cents per
head over any price paid this year.
M illiamson and Gesner sold to
Ketchum of The Dalles yesterday
over 3000 head of sheep at the high
price of »2.90. This is a record
breaking figure and is the highest
paid for sheep in this county for
The band turned off is made up
of two, three and four-year-old9
and they will be delivered to the
purchaser some place in the vicini
ty of Antelope about May 20 after
they have been sheared. With
wool at the same price as secured
bv Williamson and Gesner last
year for their clip, this band will in
reality net the firm a figure be
tween $4 25 and $4 50 per head.
The sale completed yesterday
was the last and beet deal of the
many which have been made in
this vicinity during the past fort
night J. N. Burgess, who is buy
ing for B. F. Saunders of Salt Lake,
purchased about 12,000 head while
here last week, the sellers being
Wurzweiler & Thompson, M. C.
Nye Morrow & Keenan, C. W
Colby, S. E. Roberts and N. F. Mc-
Coiu. These bands purchased
were composed of yearlingsand two
year olds, and the prices ranged
from $2 to »2.50.—Prineville Jour
I The display being gathered by
HBbe Lewis and Clark Fair Associa
tion of this county for exhibition ¡8
"itapidly assuming shape and has
¿every indication of being fully up
-/to expectations, although the num-
Bber of the bird and animal speci-
Eniens will not be as complete as
■was desired. However, this will
‘¡.not interfere materially with the
«exhibit, as they have a number of
■valuable specimens already in the
Iccilection and may be able to add
I almost all the varieties lacking be-
■fore the taxidermist leaves to put
■the exhibit in place.
I The time is now short to com-
gplete the collections in all départ
ements and the Association desires
all who are interested to make an
[effort to send in specimens at an
(early date. This is not to he ap-
Eplied to any une department but to
all. Of course the bird aod animal
■collection is most urgent at present,
Sas teams will be on hand to trans-
[port the collection to the railroad
in about three weeks and it is the
(desire of the association that these
Romance in the Telegraph.
[specimens be prepared by the taxi-
fdermist personally before it is nec-
leesary for him to follow the ship
It is a wonder that people contin
[nient to the fair grounds and place ue to read novels, as there is not
lit in position.
more sameness in cooking potatoes
The association has had some than there is in foiling the villain
(trouble in securing desirable space and putting the heroine into the
¡in which to make the display and hero's arms. Read the newspapers,
fit has been going rather slow the and don’t skip the telegraph, and
past few weeks getting this matter you will run the gamut of human
The Times-Herald is pleased to
In Pottsville, Pa., the wife of Al
announce that the Fair Commis len Spizdel) brought suit for $10,-
sion at Portland has been most gen (XX) damages from her husband.
erous, considering the urgent de He had always treated her well,
mand upon them for space from but he had promised her before
various sources, and Harney coun marriage that she could keep a ser
ty has been allotted one of the vant and a horse and carriage, and
largest tlaor spaces of any county failed to keep his word. Hence the
in the state. While it was hoped suit. There is more to think of in
to secure a larger space, the asso the disappointment of Mrs. Spizdell
ciation is very well satisfied since than in any sunset scene in a novel.
Apostle John Alexander Dowie
At the time Harney county made has caused discontent in Zion City
application for space in Agricultur bv announcing that God was a man;
al Palace the Fair Board was glad that be had all the attributes of
to award all we asked, but the fair mankind, and was legally wedded
has since assumed such proportions to the Virgin Mary, and that Christ
that additional buildings have been was the result of that union. The
erected to accommodate exhitors, people of Zion City are so shocked
the grounds re-arrangei and in at this blasphemous statement they
fact eo crowded that they realize can’t sleep nights. History repeats
now the lack of more ground. itself: The wife of William Cody
People who do not keep in touch (Buffalo Bill), in fighting his suit
with the Portland papers will hard for divorce, charges that her hus
ly realize the great demand being band wants an heir, and is trying
made for exhibit space from the to force on her the role of a Jose
various states and also foreign phine.
countries. The fair is assuming
The Rev. E L Caler, of Indian
great magnitude and promises to apolis, received a message from the
surpass in many features and at Lord to whip hie wife. A tnessage
tractions at any former world’s of that kind is most imperative, eo
Caler whipped her with a skillet.
The Harney county exhibit will He knocked hie mother-in-law
one to be proud of and will certain down, though he had no message
ly attract a vast amount of atten from the Ixird to do it. However,
tion. Our horticultural and agri be trusted that the Lord would rea
cultural display will be limited at lize his provocation.
W A. Kirkham, a Leavenworth
th'' opening of the fair but arrange
ments are being made to add much jeweler, has brought suit for divorce,
to this later in the season. The and his charges have caused all the
products gathered this season will Leavenworth women to drop their
be of the best and of great variety, novels. He says that his wife
covering practically everything drinks, that she beats him and
produced in the county. This can their daughter, and that she sjiends
be advantageously gathered too, $5000 a year on high-balls and
after some members of the associa other extravagances The parties
tion have visited the exposition and are said to be ‘'prominent socially.”
seen what other counties have
Th» Sunshine of Spring
The Times-Herald urges the
The Salve that cures without a
necessity of co-operation of every
citizen of Harney county in this scar is DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve
commendable work, as it will with Cute, Burns, Boils, Brnieee and
out doubt be the means of attract Piles disappear before the use of
ing attention to the recourses and this salve as enow before the sun
possibilities of this promising sec shine of spring 'lies H. M. Mid
tion that it would not otherwise dleton, Tbebes, Ill. save: "I was
receive This is the opportunity of seriously afflicted with a fever sore
our life to start the development of that was • very nainful.
painful. I)e\t ill’s
IT--- 1 Salve cures
Harnev county. It will add wealth. Witch Hazel
population and everything desired less than a week.” Get the genuine
•Sold by Burns' Druggists
Sewing Machines at factory pries
FOR SALE—€lydeadale »tallies,
with freghi added The White,
Blue Diamond and the \ tesar, all 8 years old. weight 1850 pounds
carrying a full guarantee—at the record of 7» per cent colt a, for par
ticulars addreae thia office
Burns Furniture Company store
LASD FRAUD CASES ARE EXPENSIVE.
Some idea of the cost attached to
C. CUMMINS. Vics I’ hkh
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . C ashibm .
land fraud investigations mar WILL RE CONVENE IN JUNE TO HEAR
AUTOMOBILE LINE BETWEEN BEND
be gained from the quarterly re
port of the I’nited States Marshal
just submitted relative to the sums
OF BURNS, ORECON.
already paid out as fees for wit Buiioeis Wound up Weducsda) at Noon and
Eiperiaieat Will be Watched With latcreit
nesses and grand and trial jurors,
By Butlaeis '•!<» tl Tbit Sectloa--
Judge Datil Uoei Home--Proceed
together with traveling expenses
Patilbly • Llae to Buroi.
luge Since Last Saturday.
Warrants bought at tho marketprict
incident to both, for the present
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Establishment of the automobile term of court, says an exchange.
Circuit court adjourned Wednes
line of the Central Oregon Trans
For the quarters ending Decem day at noon and Judge Davis took
portation Company, which will op ber 31, 1904, and March 31, 1905, his departure in the afternoon for
N. Ü. Carpenter,
John D Ihdy,
erate between Crosekeys and Bend, covering the period in question,
C \. II Mines
J. W. Geary,
H. M. llortou,
hie home at Canyon Citv He ex
a distance of 75 miles, covering all witnesses and jurors traveled 123,-
all of the distance between the end 76G miles by rail, which at the rate pects to return here June 5 for the
of the Columbia Southern Railroad of 5 cents a mile, amounted to purpose of hearing the Voegtly di
at Shaniko and Bend, except 18 $0188.30. At the same time, 8528 vorce case which ie set for that date.
miles, ie of the greatest importance miles were traveled by stage and It is possible that other cases will
in development of Central Oregon other private conveyance, for which also be heard at that lime—those
and will be instrumental in much there was an allowance by the Gov on which service was not complete
more rapid population of that sec ernment of 15 cents a mile, or at the close of the present term
Disposition of cases on the docket
tion. The first of the three auto a toial of $1279.20. Both sources
since our last issue as follows:
mobiles fur the service will- go into : aggregate $7467.50.
commission the first of next week
The amount paid out injury fees
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
and the other machines will follow for the past quarter have not yet
J. P. Dickenson vs. J. L. Sitz, ad
soon, says the 1 elegram.
been computed, but for the proceed ministrator of the Syme estate—
We Solicit Your Banking Business.
President A. E. Hammond, of ing quarter they aggregate $11,164-
Recovery of Money Settled and ¿ [
the company, formerly chief engi 65, distributed as follows: Juror
! (’. E. Kenyon. H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William 3
neer of the Columbia Southern fees, $8429 20; witness fees, $5735 -
C. B. Austnus vs. R. R. Sitz—I
Miller, Frank R. Coflin, Thos. Turnbull.
Railroad, accompanied the first 1 45 It is believed the expenses in
Recovery of Money Jury found a j it 0 -oeo
o <-> ♦
o - ♦
machine on its initial trip out front | this direction for the quarter just
verdict for defendant
Shaniko today. The company has ended will scarcely equal the above
Maida K. Austnus 1 nd K R Sitz,
its own road way, constructed on amount on account of the adjourn
administrator of the Austnus estate,
easy grades, and following practi ment of the grand jurv. February
vs C B Austnus—Replevin. Agree
HOWARD SEBREE. PRCBIOINT
W.R SEBREE, VICE-PHE.SIOCNT
cally tte survey that will eventual 13.
ment by counsel that plaintiff’s may
R. A COWDEN, CASHIER
ly be used for the tracks of the
have judgment for possession.
Columbia Southern, when that line
j Maida K Austnus and R R Sitz,
That Tickling In the Throat
ie pushed further into the interior. |
administrators of Ausmus estate,
One of the machines will also be
One minute after taking One vs C B Ausmus—Replevin. Judg-
used for making the trip between Minute Cough Cure that tickling
1 ment for possession against defend
Forest and Prineville.
in the throat is gone. It acts in the ant with costs only by consent of
CALDWELL, IDAHO a
This Spring 40,000 acres of the ! throat—not the stomach. Harm-
140,000 acres to be brought under | less—good for children. A L Spof-
J P Dickenson vs <1 W Luce and
irrigation during the year liy the | fold, postmaster at Chester, Mich,
P L Oard—Promissory Note,
Deschutes Irrigation <fc Power says: “Our little girl was uncon
fault of defendants entered.
Company, is ready for settlement. scious from strangulation during a
’ ment and $ 15 costs.
Several hundred acres of land al sudden attack of croup. Three doses
ready sold and growing first crops of One Minute Cough Cure half an
demonstrate the possibility of the j hour apart speedily cured her. I
Annie Hayes vs (I \V Hayes—
sectiou, and purchasers of land 1 cannot praise One Minute Cough Modification of Decree. Applica
hate bought tracts scattered over Cure too much for what it has done tion fo. modification denied.
the entire area, irrespective of in our family.” It always gives re
Louella Voegtly vs C II Voegtly 11
whether water would he provided lief. sold by Burns druggists.
— Divorce. Set for trial June 5.
laauea all forma of aound life iiwuraiit e at the lowest rates. Our pollciea
in time for thia year.
Nellie Aldrich vs C M Aldrich —
guarantee after three payments are made
Divorce. Dismissed on motion ot
The experiment with this auto Are you going to the Railroad it so do plaintiff’.
not forget the O. C. Co.
I. Automatic extended insurance for the face of the contract
mobile line will be watched with
James Campbell vs J
Do you want to buy your gonils right,
II. A paid up policy.
interest by the people of Harney if eo
Illi. Loan or cash surrender value.
get the prices <>( the (>. C. Co. who
county, as the matter of quicker are the largest buyers, and the closest J Coleman to take testimony Aug I
Unexcelled aa a dividend payer.
transportation haB long been de sellers, best quality.
1 and report at October term.
Mary M Simmons vs H B Sim-
At one time a company was or
mons—Divorce, Motion to strike
ganized in Burns for the purpose of I
jout parts of complaint overruled.
placing a line of automobiles be-J
I tit) days to answer Plaintiff'given
/.VlT.'.sT/G I/’K KEEORE TOW /.VSU/,’/'.
I until the first day of next term to |
tween this city and Prineville to 1
Sherman de Harmon,
It. II Benedict,
connect with a line from Shaniko
Jennie Devine vs J D Billingsley .
After looking over the line to be j
■—Suit to Quiet title. Judgment |
traversed and considering the road
work necessary to make it a practi
If you cannot, it is due to an and decree on mandate
cal business proposition duringall irritated or congested state of
AH oii I m the people of Eaat and Central Oregon all the oppmIiimi\ of a
tirat clan« modern B iimiivmm College. It in a home iriNtitution covering
seasons of the year, it was found a the brain, which will soon dc- Victory White Bronze Monuments
vclope into nervous prostration.
every courae involved in B iimiih * nh ( ollege work
I im ralea aic the «ume
much larger undertaking than was
uh rliHtged elsewhere ami the methoda are the name
Hln lent* admitted
Nature demands sleep, and
at any lime
liiBtruetion at the College or by mail. Dilling llo* oimmer
anticipated at first and there it is as important as food: it
fore it was dropped for the time is a part of her building and just r.ceived notice from The
sustaining process. This p< riod Monumental Bronze Co, of Bridge
being, This, however does not
unconsciousness relaxes the port, Coni:, that \\ bite Bronze has
mean that the plan has been aban
mental and physical strain, and been awarded two medals, viz:
doned There are many who con allows nature to restore ex
Fo» ifHcher« »nd others who *lei«ire m reviewing or prepHintori < our*r
('lass No 194, Art Work in Zink
For npeeimeiiM of pen work, and full Information on B umìiihmh College mile
tend it is practical and some are hausted vitality.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine brings and flash No 221) Marble, Stone arid
ready to put mouey into a trial of
TZ. ZBig-'by, IF’xixi..,
was in direct
More direct and quicker service soothes the irritation and re
moves the congestion.
competition with the great Marble
between here and Portland is al
It is also a nerve builder; it
most a necMeity The inconven- nourishes anti strengthens ev and Granite Quarries of th" world
iences encountered in reaching ery nerve in your body, and and won all the honors. Such site-
Harney county has alway» been a creates energy in all the organs. cess speaks volumm* fo* White
Nothing will give strength
Bronze as the only Monument»
drawback to its development, be
TRISCII A DONEGAN, Proprietors.
and vitality as surely and without a competitor.
sides seriously interferes with l>i si quickly as Dr. Miles' Nervine.
•‘During the past winter I hud two
nes« Since th» railroads are in atta<
which bit me
very weak, and in bad condition.
dependent an I show lit it— inclina wrs
The Carter H oum Barber 8 bop
so nervous I could not ►bep. My
after trying difTeient remedies,
IUC cl I zq Tlxic Hc©,d.q.xxa.xtcxo.
tion to build, we should take the wife,
at Ontario, Lee < ahi well proprietor,
went for a doctor.
The doctor was
and a neighbor recommended Dr.
is one of the most elegant ton-orial
next best means to put ' orselves in out.
und site brought borne
f L. <1 not slept for some time,
closer touch with the < ntside world a tmd botth
parlors tn all Eastern Oie-gon. Hot
h I t*rr. le pal-
in my !• -<1
taking a few done* <f Nervine
The railroad people certainly t After
ami cold blithe with a spray bath
‘e pein was not so severe, and I
I am now taking the second
realize this a great section and also slept.
Lee’s old time friends
bottle, and r»m wrv m .
M SMITH. Underhill Vt.
known that sufficient tonnage could
are invited to call on him while at
Dr Miles* Neevina Is »o’d by your
be secured to justify the building of druggist. *>ho will guarantee that tha Ontario
tint bottle will benefit
If It fails, ho
a road : but lb" po ' erful combina will refund your money
Heating stoves at Voegtly’«
tions are looking t -where just at
Voegtly for testing stoves.
present where inva- >n is threatened
They cotirider t >is section a
cinch and that it a
The Finest of All
pleasure In thit
about right W"
but wait for the
until some turn i
I Of e
of the big raiiro
will give tberu »1
is possibly at 1
Far Sale Daly at]
the meantime we should h< Ip our
selves as much as p< - m ‘'I»
If an autoruoblb line can !>•
made a success in the Bend «ection
at all seasons of the year there a
Agents, Burns, Ore
little doubt but Burns will also be
oonnactod with th- outside in a
similar manner by ueit year
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