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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1905)
W05DERFIÌ. COPPER BELI
ior department baa looked upon
with suspicion ami now that the
A letter received by Clarence
land fraud’ have been the subject
of investigation in other parta of Johnson of this city from Lee Miller
Oregon it ie fully exjtected that the of Izee, gives a most glowing ami
special agent who had been quietly wonderful account of the recent
working there for some time, had discoveries in copper ore.
gathering evidence against communication stated that a b<«dy
of copper deposits wae uncovered
■ Hundreds of homesteads and on one of the claims, ami that
i< IHN IHKI)
timber claims could not l>e held if quantities of pure native metal
the law had been complied with were taken from them. One piece
The beet sugar industry has and those who have takon land and
wan described as being two inchm
not grown in the last couple of ami | '«rebased land under this pre in width, and good length and
years, although it has already at carious method, are on the anxious thickness.
Samples from the mines, which
tained very considerable propor-
“Some of the beet limber land in had previously been brought to
lions, last year reached 210,000
the county has ben taken by par town, bail showed indications of
tons, the value of which an)' one ties whom every one knows will
native copper, and when presented
can figure who has to pay grocery turn it over to the sawmill anti rail
at the News office the “expert" of
bills. There are only 1 2 states road company as soon as title is
the force gave the warning to look
engaged in the business, Colora computed, and yet without the aid out for native metal The rock i*
do leading with one-fourth of the of an inspector and actual settlers almost entirely free from oxides,
total pioduct, and with Michigan, are powerless
but whst appeared to be native
“In the range districts, the game meta] was covere«] over with other
ami California furnishing 140,000
tons ot the total output. Idaho is condition has prevailed. All the oxydized metals. It was apparent
the seventh highest in production valuable watering places have been that all that was needed to clear
'homesteaded’' by sheep herders up the mi'tal was application of
with 7500 tons, leading New |
ami cowboys, and then transferred moderate heat, and that factor had.
Y ork, Ohio, Minnesota, Oregon
to the large stock companies and as is now shown, been at work al
and Washington. The relative actual settlers are now seeking in
no great depth below the surface
a. reage value of the crop is also vain for suitable land on which to
As soon as the depth was reached,
interesting. Idaho’s is about an make homes. It is hoped in Grant
the metal began to h I iow in its
average, yielding three-fourths of j county that something comes from
a Ion of sugar per acre. Utah the presence of the special inspec
The scene of the new strike is
shows the highest percentage, its tor
about 15 miles above Izee, and is,
19,100 .1. res producing 25,200
difficult of access. Wagons have
tons of sugar. Ohio, Minnesota, A WOMIEHFUL INVENTION been dragged onto the ground, but
Nebiaska, Colorado and Califor
with all kinds of misfortune. One
by Hamp Officer was turned
nia each gets about a ton of sugar
It is interesting to note that for
per acre. Michigan only gets tunes are frequently made by the completely over in going down a
h ilf a ton, with New York, Wis invention of articles of minor im hill, ami the occupants thrown so
consin, Oregon and Washington portance. Many of the more pop far as to be out of the way of the
a shade belter. The total beet ular devices are those designed to tumbling vehicle. But the boys
packed up and went on, and are
ami sane sugar crop of the United benefit people anil meet popular
now about to reap the reward oi
Slates is only one fifth of its con- '
their pluck and industry.
sumption, to there is plenty ot teresting of these thathas ever been
The property now showing up ho
room for giowtli unless the lands
Comb, patented Jan. I, ’99 These well is owned by Izee and John
can lie more profitably put to
wonderful Combs positively cure Day parties, including the Oil r
other uses, as is the case in most
dandrufT, hair foiling out, sick and boys and E. C. Hacheney. Other
of the states. East Oregonian.
nervous heailaches, and when used parties from town are taking up the i
with Dr. White’s Electric Hair chase, and Mayor J. D. Combs left |
Daily Rovers Brush are positively guaranteed for the front yesterday morning.
E. E. Luce leaves to day. The
Journal-Stoi kman of April 7th to make straight hair curly in 25
«lays limo. Thousands of these fieid is in an entirely new district, I
say -,: “ W. < >. Jenkins and Boharrl
electric combs have l>een sold in and seems to be as extensive as any
it Y ales, of Ontario, Ore., arriv the various cities of the Union, and so far developed in Eastern Oregon.
ed lu-ie yesterday with a string of the demand is constantly increas —Grant County News.
alfalfa-fed heel steers which were ing. Our agents are rapidly be
pleasantly surprised at the recep coming rich selling these combs. BOV EIGHT THOUSAND YEARLINGS.
tion the) met on this market. Mr. They positively sell on sight. Semi
Howard At Stephens, the sheep
Jenkins had 13a steers averaging lor sample. Men’s size 35c, ladies'
1,2<«O pounds that sold at $1.90, 50c — (half price while we are in- buyers, have already bought in the
and 73 head that average 1,242 trocucing them.) The Dr. White neighborhood of 8000 yearlings j
The Dr White Electric Comb Co., | which will he shipped to North I
pounds and brought $5.00. Mr.
Dakota. The price paid is said to <
Yates had 4S head that weighed
average about »2.25.
1,213 pounds and topped the
Howard A Stephens have con
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers
111,11 ket for hay-fed cattle at $5.15.
with tile First National '
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
This w.is the first trip of »best'
who wants to enjoy a good hearty bank of I’endleton for 13,000 bead
gentlemen to South < linalia, but
laugh to send 50c for “Tips to of sheep, formerly owned by E A
they say we will see them again.
Agents." Worth $50 to any per Rugg, but the price paid for this
son who Hells goods for a living. lot is not given.— Pilot Rock Rec-
Senaloi Mitchell’s <lefeii.se will If not satisfactory your money
be abl) conducted, as his chief hack. Circular lor stamp. The
Dr. White electric Comb Co., Deca
J B Huntington, of Portland,
attorney Judge Alfreds. Bennett, tur, 111.
father of our city, was registered at
of'I’lie I >.dies, Oregon, although
the Gate City Hotel, Sunday,—
content to spend his life obscurely
in a small town, is the peer of any
lawyei in the United States in a
trial before a jury. In cases
SEMI ANNUAL STATEMENT OE TREASURER
against railroads for damages for
(Continued from page three.)
injuries to trammen and other* lie
has met ami vanquished the ablest
attorney the great corporations
louhl command. He secured the
highest sum ever awarded in the
United States for the loss of a To balance in fund September 30, 19..4
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single life in a jury trial and the Received from sheriff, taxes sundry yearn
decision stood the test of the high
est courts. As these trials will
attract national attention, Judge By ain’t of Oct. Apportionment transféré«! to
credit nt districts
Bennett will cam a national repu
tation .uni the government will
♦ 7,645 69
know that it has a contest on be
COt'NIY' libili SCIIOOI FUND.
fore the case* are ended. The
judge is a democrat ami heme
♦ 4,387 63
Received from Sheriff, taxes of 1901
politic.il honors have not cometo
To balance ........
♦ 4.387 63
him in the overwhelmingly repub
bi h i » i \ g n \i>
lie .m stale of Oregon, hut lie is
easily .1 commanding figure 111 his
To balance in fund September 30th 1904
chosen prof« hi . Boise News. Received from sheriff. taxes sundry year*, cash
Rec d from sheriff. taxed year 190-1, In building
warrant*. Brin and Int.................
A ejiecial agent of the interior By
tin t paid for Build warrante l’rin and Int
department line been at work in By Am t I tiled I redeemed on taxe«, l’rin A Int
tirant coii’itv for the past month
I 4-3 UN
and t v. ral hundred settlers who
have t.ik.n hmiicnteada and limiter
claim for speculative purported,
t .|H'cinll) along the line of the pro-
p -e.l Sumpter Valley road are
♦ •I 375 x.l
now wondering where the lightning
I 5IS 99
is to strike drat.
A I Irani county man who wan in
♦ 10.812 x’>
Pendleton the other day, »peaking
of the matter to the East Oregonian,
9.6« »x so
“For the psdt two veara in parta
of tirant county stockmen ami
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sawmill < nips« ir» have l>eeu ac
« I.2X.5 < ni
quiring Valualtle range ami limiter
lande by methode which the inter-
(Continue.I on pape live)
feel that KodoICore deserts all the
cooameodation that can l«e gi'-n
Your food id uet be properly di- as it saved the lite of our little gii
gf-Hted and *»»imil»ted to lie of any I when she was three years old. Sh«
value to you. If your stomach is 'is now s.x ws have kept it t r hf
weak or «liaeabe«! take Kodol Dy»- constantly, but of course she onh
pepuia Cure It digest» what tou takes it now when anything «iisa-
eat and given the »tomach a rent, grees with her.” Sold by Burns
Oi»e Your Stomach A Rest.
Li VER Y, FEED AND SALE
BRENTON AfCILBERT, Propts.
Main'St., Burn««, «jr,^,in
enabling it to recuperate, take on Druggists.
new life and grow etrong again.
Kodol cure» «our *toinacb. ga*. blo
Men’» wear cleaned and repaire«!
ating, heart palpitation anil all dig by piece or month at the Hill re.-i-
estive disorders. L. A. Sopher. of
Little Rock, Ky , writes uh : “We
Horses receive the best of Ur,
from experienced hands.
flea Livery turnouts.
Cuting Parties Accommodated.
Horses Bought and Sold.
Malheur Mercantile Co
1 Two year-olds in quantities
Im ,, ¡in he seen at the P Punch 'nd
. ms desiring to purchase should inip
11 If well, Assistant to the G
nt Manager, nho will furnish infonna
■ m as to prices anil will sell the same.
FRENCH-GLENN LIVE STOCK CO.
Leading Supply House in Eastern Oregou.
CITY MEAT MARKET
E. YOUNG, Pfopt.
Always on hand
I r.- in - uak 2 pounds, cut short.....................
i.tiii!. Porterhouse and rib steak,
ind • ....................................
Chuck or shoulder 3*o pounds........
Brisket andjieck boil 6 pounds........................
Rib boil 5 pounds ............................................
Flank boil 4 pounds...........................................
Rump boil 4 pounds...........................................
Bologna sausage 2 pounds.................................
Beef sausage 21.,. pounds........7..........................
Most complete stock of Farm Implements in Eastern Orejfoi«.
COOPER WAGONS, RACINE AND FREEflONT BUGGIES
AND HACKS, P. & 0 PLOWS, SEEDERS. DISC, DRAG
AND SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, AND THE IMcCORMICK
(LOWER AND BINDER.
GROCERIES AND RANCH SUPPLIES.
Barbed Wire, Stock Salt, Etc.
Write for Prices or Call and See ns.
E. A. FRASER, Manager.
Will deliver all products. Ice
for sale delivered to any part of
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