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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY.OREGON, APRIL .’*», 1905.
lol R f:\HIBir TO START SOON states that be is short on grains,
grasses, minerals and wood. Tbe «ILL MAKE CHANGE JULY I tors. If the effect of this over CATTLE MARKE I IMPROVING
stocking had stopped here, it
Times-Herald would urge the peo
REV X J. IRWIN TO HAVE CHARGE
would not have been serious, but
1’1 M MIN S, Vi< K P iikw
ple to send in anything in this line
\ (' WELCOME. A skt . C ashikr .
TRANSFER OF LAND FROM LAKEVIEW
AT THE FAIR.
the worst effect of this policy 1 or GOOD PRICES PREVAIL IN MALHEUR
at once or at least before the 8th of
DISTRICT TO BURNS
COUNTY AT PRESENT
May. Several have stated they
of method, which lacked intelli
would furnish such products, but
gent policy) was the keeping out
«a ine Itmnimou« C bolle at I be Exacatlve
OF BURNS, OREGON.
small stockmen and farmers.
Board ind.Coaaty Coarl--Redu*.ed
All tbe Callie on Willow Creek nod up to
Nothing of permanent value was
And Sellini Date of Traaafcriat ol
l’a.seojer Ratea Asked.
Agent) H.x Been Sold--Bu>ers
of local competition and our farm
Records Is Issued.
left to the country by the old pro
Are Wantlox More.
Warrants bougf/t at t/i* rstarktt prie».
At th« regular meeting of the ers should send in tbe best they |
cess. On the contrary, the effect
Through the courtesy of Register
The cattle market is looking up
Lewis and Clark Fair Association n*V»r>lL-— -a
was to drain a vast region of its
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
whether it is aa good as some Farre, we have received a copy of
chief asset by utterly exhausting somewhat in the range sections of |
Df Harney county held at the city other«.
1 »1 li I•'.< ’TOIK
the President’s proclamation chang its wealth of pasturage and leav Eastern Oregon, according to the
hall last Tuesday evening, final ar-
N U. Carpenter,
The wool will not be in readiness ing the land district. The adding
report of H. M. Horton who has [
ing it more specifically a ‘■wilder
C A. Haine«.
J. W. Geary,
H . M. Horton,
rangements were perfected regard for the teams that leave here with
just returned from an extended
of over 5,000.090 acres to the ness” than it was before.
ing the shipment and care of the the first installment of the exhibit,
visit to Portland and points along
Following this destructive poli the railroad
exl.it The plans of installation but will be sent later.
July 1st, 1905, and means a very cy, cattleraising on a sm tiler scale
Mr Horton found that cattle buy
Itxl general arrangement of the
The aggre ers had taken practically every
AUTOMOBILE MAKES ITS FIRST TRIP considerable increase in the busi has been introduced.
displav was decided upon and the
M. A i . rxandkk . P ukhidknt .
E- II. T kbt , Cashier
ness. Not only is this an increase gate in output has not suffered, thing tor sale along the road from
W.M. J omkm . ViuE-PKKHihKNT
U. E. K enyon , Asst. Cashier
trv has forwarded them to
| in the business of the local land but the industry has yielded its Ontario up to Agency valley and at
he general superintendent of the Bend Bulletin Claims it is a Complete office, but will be quite beneficial to
profits to a much larger number
Success in Every Particular
psp -ition for his inspection and
Burns and business men of the
of men. Pastures have been fenc there were $15 to $ It! for yearlings
county, besides a convenience to the
$21 and $22 for two-year-olds, $30
The big auto car for the Bend settlers in the territory annexed, ed and protected by the "rest sys for threes, and $21 and $22 for I
Rev. A J. Irwin was selected to
like charge of Harney county’s
cows 11 mi calves. All the stock on
IntopoHt Paid on Tjino I »epos its.
“Notice is hereby given that tbe as in animate Nature; alfalfa and Willow creek and the Agency had ,
jxliil.it during the fore part of the afternoon at 5:30. In it rode Don
■fair. Rev. Irwin consented rather P. Rea, manager of the aato line, President of the United States, by other forage crops have been been disposed of at these figures
We Solieit Your Banking Business.
He had been the W. 8 Gill, builder of the big ma- Executive order of March 29, 1905, grown for Winter feeding; and, and tbe Ini vers are in tin* market ;
STOCKHOLDERS;—M. Alexander. Win. Jones, E. II Test, • ?
h lioiee of all concerned for some chine, and “Dewey" Tyler, the ha«, pursuant to the provisions of best of all, homes have sprung up for more
1 C. E. Kenvon, II. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
section 2253 of the Revised Statutes over wide areas where, under the
Miller. Frank R Coflin, Thus. Turnbull.
;iu ■ *nd at first was inclined to driver.
Mr. Horton had been told that
The automobile party left Shani- ; of «he United States, and by virtue old system, the shanty of the the buyers were coming on into ■o «•«> <J»«.>
refuse. 1 ut after studying the mat-
<j«e* » <*•«_• v ooono <*•«.» -ono *-»-♦
(-r over and finding that not only
herder and the corral at the ship this county and that C. R l’eter-
he association and his closest half a ton of baggage It was a , rected that tbe boundary lines of ping point were the only signs of son and A. Venator had already
riends desired and urged it, but rough trip through Cow canyon and the Burns and Lakeview land dis- human habitation.
made disposition of their stock on
hat he was also the choice of the the trailer, which does not have tricts, in the State of Oregon, be
Crane Creek. However this was
HOWARD SEBREE, PRESIDENT
W.R SEBREE. VICE-PRESIDENT
At a late convention of the
R A COWDEN, C ashier
lounty court, he finally consented. rubber tiree, was snatched alone 1 changed and reestablished as fol-
only heresav and cannot be verified
Nd other man in Harney county over the rocks in a manner that I lows, which described boundaries Stockgrowers’ Association
The Times-Herald finds there
are many stock in thia county ready
i .old have met with more univer- boded no good for it. But it is shall constitute the Burns land dis-
nl approval than the one selected, now in its own field and it stands trict. and that such lands within dence of the success of the new for the market all of which are in
good shape owing to the moderate
dr Irwin has the confidence and
eepect < f every individual of his can yank the trailer all to pieces within the Lakeview land district the “free range,” against which winter and exceptional fine range
CALDWELL, IDAHO A
b® detatched therefrom and attacli- hot contention still exists tn por since turning the stock out of the V
cquaintance in Harney county— without feeling the strain itself.
lt was a sort of pleasure excur- e(l l0 a|J made a part of the Burns tions of our own state, was cited, feeding corrals It ia to be hoped
Dan, woman and child. They all
district, and the archives, re- wherein a well-known sheepraiser that our stockmen may be able to
;now him as a man of integrity, sion for the builder of the machine.
lublic spirit and energy, One who A leisurely gait was taken and cords, and business pertaining to was running 30,01x3 sheep on the dispose of their Block this season at
CORRKM GNDENCE INVITED
rill conscientiously look to the in- frequent stops were made to view1 such lands transferred from the same ground upon which his pre a reasonable profit and at an early
terests of Harney county. He un- the country and take photographs. land office at Lakeview, Oregon, to decessors failed with 4000. In date. Just what effect the present
investigation of the beef trust will
lerstands her needs as well as her Thursday night was spent at Bol the land office at Burns, Oregon:
“Beginning at a point where the explanation the speaker simply have on prices thia season is not
Rtf L■. .ullages, and who will make a ter’s and most of the next two days
said “alfalfa and management did known at present, but early indica
piidy of conditions and use his were Bpent at Madras. Sunday township line between townships
tions point to better prices on all
jiilents in an intelligent way toward
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE LOMpilNY,
Snake River, ’ thence west along
Of course “management” with livestock—that is to the producer.
K mplishing the objects that from Madras to Bend.
If cattle buyers come to Harney
. ted making the exhibit. The the people showed so much interest |Sftid t0*,,shiP line lo lhe north- out "alfalfa” would not be able to
score a success of this kind, and
■i.iy r-gret is that Mr. Irwin cannot
Isbiie« all forms of son id I life insnratH e at the I omcm I riin-s. < )ur polivive
guarantee after three puymenta are nuult*
■ontinii» in charge during the en- echool was dismissed and the south, range twenty-four east; alfalfa becomes a possibility upon those paid over in Malheur county,
I. Automatic extended insurance I 1 tlief.icvof the contract.
whole school took a ride in the | thence south along the range line the semi-arid lands only through they can secure all the stock for
I Ire period of the exposition.
A paid up policy.
III. Loan or cash aurtender value.
In the work of installing the ex- auto, For a 10-minut6 ride the helween ranges twenty-three and irrigation. Hence the stockman’s sale at once, no doubt, regardless ol
Unexcelled hr a dividend payer.
I libit Mr. Irwin will have the able children cheerfully walked two twenty-four east to the southwest hope under the changed condi what the price might be later.
/. vi ea T/ g ’ ate /»7 /’o/;/ roll
I is^istance of J. E. Wallace, the
tions that are pressing upon his
O. C. Co. know no competition,
Sherman Ac Harmon,
K. II. Benedict,
I axidermist, who has had charge of that stuck pertained to chariots south, range twenty-four east; business is 111 irrigation and in per the The
I lie natural history bureau and At Forest there was another hour’s
II. A. Dillard, Agent
sonal holdings of land, the grazing
I it hose excellent taste in his work stop. The running time between
of which he can control.
I o far has met with the unstinted
corner of township thirty-three
The homebuilding spirit will
ipp *val of the association and all miles an hour.
range twenty-eight east; press forward—indeed is pressing
1 uesday morning a party of 14
i > have had occasion to view his
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
fork. On account of the serious persons was taken up to Lava is ther.ce south along the range line forward—in support of this hope
natter of transportation it has been land falls and in the afternoon between ranges twenty-eight and and plan. The time will no doubt
1»t ided to defer the mounting of another party was given an excur twenty-nine east to the south come when the small stockraiser
he balance of the larger specimens sion to Wetweather springs. The ' boundary of the Stato of Oregon; will be to the livestock industry
Dr. Miles’ Anti-l'ain PiUYT
mtil the exhibit arrives at Port heavy grades of the Sisemore hills thence east along said boundary what the small farmer is to agri
Aflortl« th«* people of Ea-t an«l < entnd Oregon nil the opport mill) of a
are a most remarkable remedy
tirai c I mmh modern Buaine»M (’«»lleg«*. If in a Louie iriHtitution cot «‘ring
end The elk has been mounted were mounted without a strain and line to the southeast corner of the culture. The term “small” in
every rourae involved in B hmihv m < oil* g»» w»rk
Ita ratea are the same
Ind is a very handsome specimen the entire behavior of the machine State of Oregon; thence north and this connection is, of course a re
backache, nervous or sick head
hr oharged elsewhere and the mHhoda aie lite name
Mliilent-« *'ul mil It it
ache, or any of the distress
at any time. Instruction at the <*ollrge or hv mail. During lite aninmer
nuch admired by all visitors to
ing aches and pains that cause
he taxidermy shop- The force efficiency. Wednesday morning it of the State of Oregon to the place
springing up of homes and school
women so much suffering.
lii* re can be kept busy on birds started on the return trip to Mad of beginning.
As pain is weakening, and
S ummer N ormal S chool
“In pursuance of said Executive houses over a wide region that
led small animals up to the time ras and Bolter’s.
leaves the system in an ex
order, the change of boo- daries has heretofore been given over to hausted condition, it is wrong
t is necessary to start for the ex-
and the transfer of the archives, herds and ilocks and theii home to suffer a moment longer than
)osition city and the deer, antelope upholstered in leather, each having
anJ business pertaining lo less, half-savage caretakers. It
necessary, and you should take
it 1 can be mounted there as easily plenty of room for three persons,
Anti-Pain Pills on first in
means also a diffusion instead of a
is here, liesides saving quite an
of an attack.
concentration of wealth through
tetn in freight and space en route. nominal 55 horse-power, actual 401 effect on July 1, 1905.
If taken as directed you may
have entire confidence in their
It is planned for the most of the hors-power. Its tires are of solid
the stock industry, and eventually
city of Washington, District of
ixliibit to leave here about Maj* 8, rubber, the weight being too great
an end to the disgraceful warfare effectiveness, as well as in the
fact that they will leave no dis
¡Columbia, thia 3d day of April, A
provided it will meet with the ap- for pneumatics,— Bend Bulletin.
waged between rival elements agreeable after-effects.
[iroval of the I’, L. 8. Co. who fur-
They contain no morphine,
upon the open ranges.—Oregon
"By the President.
CATTLE DIE OF POISON.
hished the teams to transport the
opium, chloral, cocaine or other
TRIS«,'ll *V DONEGAN, Proprietors
“J. H FIMPLE,
display to the railroad.
••for ft long time I have »»jff*re<1
Reports are coming in from the
l he association also took up the
<r< itiy with »p*ll» of ba« karhe. that
eral Lend Office ”
M*ni*.<it mure than I <*an endur«*.
Ar** you going to Hie Railroad if no do
amtter of transportation over the Camas Prairie country south of
Th» Me Htta< ka r«»m* on every month,
and ia?*t two or three dayw
riot forget the O. ('. Co.
|x irions stage linss In view of the here that a numtier of cattle have ■ CHANOE IN STOCK!AISINO METHOD
never been able to <et anythin« that
tiiat all railroads have made been poisoned while being driven lo
The Carter House Bar«*er Shop >>«*r tn The iim .- of J m Mil»«’ Anti I Pain
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
1*11». and they alwaya relieve me In a
«•■iticed rates to visitors to the fair, the summer ranges, says a Pendle
Men representing the livestock at Ontario, l-ee Caldwell proprietor, rhort t:,.e My »inter, who aufTerw
the aam«* way. haa ue»<! them with
pt was considered the stage com ton dispatch. J. I). Ingram was interests of the great range dis is one of the moat elegant tonsorial th*
Billiard and Pool Tables.
721 H Michigan Rt , South Bend. Ind.
panies would likely do the same. driying his cattle over the road a tricts foresee in the near future a parlors tn all Eastern Oregon. Hot
Dr. MJ««* Antl-Paln Pills are «old by
your druggist. who will querent«« that
Club Rooms in Connection
*1 h» people of Harney county have few days ago and lost four. After radical change in stockgrowing and cold baths with a spray bath the
first package will benefit.
h« will return vouf mon«/.
t iken up the work of gathering an being infected by the poison the
I connected Lee's old time friends fills
25 doses. 25 cents. Never sold In bulk.
methods. While the freerange
are invited to call on him while at Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind
exhibit with much enthusiasm and blood dries up in the veins imme
* uld be given everv advantage in diately.
Mr. Ingram resorted to the old settlement, has I .*en immensely
the way of transi*ortation to visit
t'ne fair. On account of this en remedy of docking the animals profitable to a few. it is held, with
ergetic work the association felt it when they first became stricken, reason, that the re? tided range,
The Finest of All
due the people to secure reduced and out of 36 effected and docked under conditions of intelligent fen
rates during the period of the fair only four died An examination of cing, a protected pasturage and
and has therefore asked the stage the dead showed that the jugular forage crops grown under irriga
paniee to consider the matter veins were perfectly dry when open- tion, will be equal!) profitable to
Th'- was a very considerate move (e.i immediately after the animals the many. The < iffeimic will
' the part of the association that fell.
lie in wider distribution ol w rally
F»r Sale Oal) it’
No indications can be found to through the medium of the stock
■ uld fie appreciated by the pub-
It is not known whether any show whether the poison is a weed industry, cartied on by those who
thing can he accomplished in the or has been placed on tbe grass
are known to the trade as ‘sm ill
w*y of rates or not or what con-
” >n« if anv will be made
The Joukms Bros -heepsbearing
The great ranges ha ,. been re
I * Part of the exhibit now most plant will start the season's work
overstocked by Eastern
Agents, Bunns, Ore
■- king i, in the agricultural and on May 10. For particulars and
a result m many in
•tural line Mr. Geer cbair- price« address Jenkin« Bro«, Smith.
stances of enormous lost to ini es-
inan )f the bureau of produce, Oregon.
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