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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAV 13, 1905
library for high school ary and artistic people of tbe East.
LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT AT FAIR and requires an operator end elee LOOKS BAI) FOR I RUT CROP
The occasion was Davenport,s de
N. U. CARPENTER, C aiiihu ,
JOHN l>. DALY. Pines
trie motor to make it do that. The
A. C. WELCOME, A sst . C àshucr .
parture for tbe Lewis and Clark
C. CUMMINS, V ick Pint»
Record has a typesetter that moves
STUDENTS WILL START FUND FOR Exposition with his birds, horses
FIGURES THAT READ LIKE TRIST of its own volition, chews and WEATHER CONDITIONS HAYE BEEN
and other animals. The event con
smokes tobacco, lies about the
cluded with a barbecue, the first
paper's circulation, handles pro
OF BURNS, ORECON.
held in this section Half a beef
fanity with artistic skill, rustles
Preparing Program For Public Eitertilaaeat was roasted in the true Western
Graia Noi Himaied And Farmers Eipeit
Canori Oliate at Value at Th» Salinai
(luring Last Week of Sckool--Tbe
Average Crop - Ao Unusual Year
style and carved under the white
laduatry la This Couatrv--Show
sweeps out the office. can almost
Preseal Faculty Re-elected.
In Many Respe,is.
Will Last One Month.
oaks of New Jersey by a skilled
^Warrants bouyht at tAa market j^rica.
dance the two-step and has actual
ly threatened to wash the front
The students of the Harney
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Preparation for the livestock ex
The fruit prospects this season at
The Delaware, Lackawanna 4
windows of the otlice—and we’ve
County High School are planning
Western Railroad ran a special
1.. give a public entertainment dur train to the farm, and the leading going ahead steadily under tbe never said a blessed word about Tin- very unfavorable weather of
N. U. Carpenter,
our typesetter.—Cedarville Record. the past two weeks has placed the
li M. Horton,
J. W. Geary.
ing the last week of school for the railroad officials of the D, L i W direction of Superintendent M D
C A. Haines.
crops iu a very unsatisfactory con
j urpose of starting a fund for library and Erie roads attended in a party. Wisdom. It is to be held from
Auto Establishes a Secord
purposes. The entertainment will A programme of spontaneous August 28 to September 29; the
be held at the hall probably on speeches was arranged, and includ first 10 days will be devoted ex The Central Oregon Transporta not been materially damaged.
Thursday night. May 25, and from ed Congressman William Sulzer, of clusively to the horse show, and the tion Company’s 40-horsepower While former years have been cold ■ ,-»o-rvor^ r>or>-coo r.-tirM'MC'.'ssrtsrtsrtoa
during the latter part of April and
M. A i . kxaxpkk . 1‘ bssioknt .
K- •• •?■»».1 »shier _
what can be learned the program New York; Professor M. T. Horna remainder of the timo to cattle, gasoline car made a flying trip be
W m . J oses . V ick -P h *» ii > xst .
U. E. K knvos , Asst, t ashler à
day, curator of the Bronx Zoo; Fred sheep, goats and swine. Besides tween Madras and Prineville Fri the first of May it is quite unusual
will lie quite interesting.
for it to hold on such a length of
Others than the pupils have con Emerson Brooks, the poet; Mar Oregon, breeders of Washington, day afternoon, the distance of 38
time 11s this spring. The cold i
sented to as-ist in this entertain shall P. Wilder, Secretary* Fair California, Idaho and some Cana- I mile« having been traveled in 2
waive has been experienced in the J
ment which will add some good child and Dr. John W. Gardner, dian provinces will make entries, hours and 45 minutes. Ten minutes
whole Eastern Oregon country this
musical numbers at least. The who said that “no man from any says the Journal.
were consumed in making the trip spring, however, and Harney county I
general public has taken a decided part of the United States that had
Superintendent Wisdom in send from the Grime’ ranch into town. is not an exception.
lntei-est Paid on Time Deposit».
interest in the welfare of this new come to New York during the last ing out the premium list, includes “Dewey” Tyler, the chaffeur, drove
The backward spring seems to
We Solieit Your Banking Business.
educational institution and there is 30 years had so impressed himself the following statement:
the automobile in which were Don really be a benefit to the grain
no doubt but they will liberally upon its artistic and political life
“Very few persons have any idea
STOCKHOLDERS: — M Alexander, Wm. Jones, E 11
crops, especially with the amount!
patronize this effort to add to its as Homer Davenport.”
C. E. Kenyon. H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William
of tbe magnitude of the livestock Elkins.
of moisture that has fallen during
Miller, Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
Robert H. Davis, of Munsey’s industry of the United States. If Tbe machine, which is the largest
11-fulness and efliciency.
the period It has a tendency to |
> -0*0 <-»•*> Co* ♦
The school hr.s been very satis magazine, as toastmaster, establish shown, by the official government of its kind on the Pacific coast, is a hold back the growth until a time I
factory during the past year and ed a new record for brevity, by count, that the horses, mules, cattle j powerful one and is capable of when frost will not be likely to in
Im- gained in prestige with the making his introductory speech one sheep hogs and goats in the United ■ making better time than it did if jure it materially if at all. So far
people of the county in general minute long and limiting the States number over 220,000,000 the roads permitted, but the record farmers are not discouraged and
HOWARD SEBRLC, PRESIDENT
W.R SE BRE E, VlCE-PRESIDE NT
from the start. It has been ably speeches to five. He allowed ! head, and that their value is, ac- 1 -.uaJe between Madras ami this look forward to an average crop at
r . A cowden , C ashier
c inducted under the principalship Davenport seven minutes because cording to the same authority, over [ city is a new one and likely to least The lack of water in the
of Prof. D. W. Yoder, with the of his expressed intention to pay $3,20L>,000,000 (see 12th census of stand for some time to come.— river this spring was at first con
- stance cf I’rof H A. Dillard, for tbe blowout.
tbe United States), the figures Prineville Journal.
sidered a drawback but from pre
the old time educator of this sec-
alone would have very little at
sent indications this will not effect
Such Is Life In The Far West.
ti n. The same gentlemen have
traction or meaning to tbe majority , Klamath Falls ia one of the the growing crop.
1., n enployed to again conduct the
of readers, but when told in addi- 1 latest of Oregon's progressive cities
Rabbitville Corr. Irrigon Irriga- lion thereto, that these animals >
institution for the coming school
to arrange for the construction of a has accompanied the coldest nights
would make a solid column of more high school building. Though few has certainly bad a good effect on
year, much to the satisfaction of all
A General Banking Business Transacted
The City Barber Shop will be than 89 abreast reaching from San
concerned. The Times-Herald has
people are aware of the fact, more the fruit prospects, as the blossoms
not been officially notified of this closed next Wednesday and Thurs Francisco to Boston; or, if placed than a score of Oregon towns have were kepi dry in spite of the falling W
arrangement but understands such day as the proprietor will send bis in single file, a solid procession that high schools that offer courses of moisture and may have prevented
razor to Portland to have it ground. would reach nearly 10 times around study approaching very close to the
to lie the case.
killing the fruit.
Sim Dipp came in over the Ayer the earth; a-..d would require 33 | standard set by the state hoard of
Harney county has a high school
Should it bo found later that the
of which she should be proud. Al- line last Q Q. Q. manufactory here. years to pass a given point march Education.
The people of this tri i bloomed too early, orvhaidists
Pete Peterson went out to the ing constantly at the rate of 20 community are now putting forth
t i ugh it is not yet a year since
will have learned a lesson that will ;<
meeting last Friday night miles per day; or that they would their best efforzs to attract desira
the voters said by their ballot that
prove beneficial hereafter, in that «
we should have an institution where
ble homeeeekets, and it is every they will not allow the trees to start
our young people might have the tle late this Spring, as lie is usually modern palace stock cars over 30,- where found that the possession of as early in the season following
000 miles in length. And further ja good high school is a great ad-
advantage of a higher education at
In every new section such has
Issues all forms of sound life insurance at tho lowest rants. 1 hu policies
Our Sunday schcol is doing fine, that their value exceeds the total [ vantage in work of this kind. Set- ’ been the expirieuce of tho pioneers
guarantee after three payments are made
home, we have more than 40 pupils
1. Automatic extended .insurance for the (ace of the contract
Hardup is now in charge combined value of all the corn, ¡tiers who inquire carefully about I who make the country.
< 1.rolled, a handsome, well furnish
A paid up policy.
III. Loan or eash surrender value.
ed and equipped building all paid of it. The collection last Sabbath wheat end other cereals, potatoes, ¡educational institutions may be must learn conditions and profit l>v I
Unexcelled as a dividend payer.
for. The teachers salaries all paid consisted of 4 copper cents, two hay, cotton, euvar, molasses, tobac counted as desirable residents of experience before they are success
INVESTIGATE HEFOKE »’Oil TNHl'RE.
| any community. Some cities are ful in all they undertake. They
tip to date and money to its credit.
Sherniuii A Harmon,
K- H . Bom-diet,
The attendance next season will deacon took the chips over to Major silver, gold and precious stones, ’ slow in establishing high schools, must have patience and persever
H. A. Dillard, Agent
he perhaps more than double the Fairplay’s faro room and coppered iron, copper, lead, zinc »ml other ' but the people are always proud of ance and the day will come when
present enrollment as public school tbe ace with them. In a few min metals produced annually in the j such an institution when it has be- | they will be rewarded.
Icome a factor in the education of
students are striving for advance
ment at a rapid rate. This has So our Sunday school is going to adequate conception may be form the boys and girls—Oregonian.
purchase a fine library.
ed concerning the magnitude and
Lien an incentive to spur all to
CITIZENS BUSINESS COLLEGE
This is a prohibition town. - But importance of the livestock indus
Wool Reaches 20 vents.
greater efforts and in fact had a
the City Drug Store can squench try of the United States.”
good effect upon the educational
any ordinary thirst at 10 cents per
work throughout the country.
Electric Road for Prineville
buying firms are contracting wool
The people of Burns realize the Our City Council has been petition
in the citv and county for delivery
importance of this institution and ed Ao pass an ordinance prohibiting
Alfords tile people of East suit Central Oregon nil Hie opportuni!) of a
After waiting patiently for more in Shaniko at 20 cents per pound
Is your pulse weak, too slow,
ti,Hi class ......
Business College. It is s home institution covering
will assist in any possible manner tbe drawing of straights and flushes.
every . ourse involved in Business College work
Its rstrn are Ile- sanie
1 than twenty years for outside cap iThisisthe best figure offered fur too last, or does it skip a beat?
HH charged elsewhere mid the methods are tbe saine Hill lent-. admitted
But it wont pass. Our citizens are ital to take the initiative in provid
Do you have shortness of
During the -.mimer
clips so far this season. Even al breath, weak or hungry spells,
opposed to hampering the game.
■eoliths the College will condui t a
Hase Raised the Price in Malheur
fainting,smothering or choking
For glass, nails and salt fish of ! ties for this isolated district, and
spells, palpitation, fluttering,
all kinds call at the City Drug waiting vainly, Prim vi lie business deal of wool is being secured, sheep pains around the heart, in side
A dispatch from Ontario to the Store.
owners as a rule holding with the
men have undertake-! the task of expectation nf receiving lietter and shoulder; or hurt when
Boise .Statesman dated May 8 says:
For teachers and others who 'lenire s reviewiug or |>re|Mramrv .nurse
We have the ornerieet mule in
lying on left side?
For spei-iineiis of pen work, and full ioformation on Business College sub
Tbe government board of engineers, Rabbitville that ever wore a bridle. building a railroad themselves
prices at tne wool sales at Shaniko
Prineville citizens have this week next month.—Prinevill Journal.
A. I’. Davis, D. C. Henny and John Our blacksmith undertook to shoe
symptoms your heart is weak
or diseased, and cannot get
'1' Whistler examined Harper him last Thursday. He got one filed on a water right on tbe Des
better without assistance.
A Creeping Death.
basin reservoir site yesterday and shoe partially on, and then some- chutes river near the mouth of Wil
returned to Ontario today to meet thing happened. Tbe blacksmith low creek, a point where many
Blood poison creeps up towards strengthens weak hearts, and
with the Malheur Water Users’ disappeared skyward waving his j
rarely ever fails to cure heart
be generated at a minimum cost. the heart, causing death. J E.
hammer and cursing and hasn't Another significant move is the step Stearns, Belle Plains, Minn, w'ites disease. Try if, and see how
quickly you will find relief.
Mr. Davis said the Malheur ir returned yet. The hammer came
l-eing taken to acquire Steelhead that a friend dreadfully injured his
“About January lit, 1902, I toolc
rigation project was feasible. He down Friday afternoon.
hand, which swelled up like blood down with wpHkncM.-i and drnpay,
TRISUH A DONEGAN, Proprietors
I waa tokl
- -timaled the cost at $40 an acre,
We would not like to say that
by niv family physician that my raw
The people interested in the en poisoning. Bticklen’s Arnica Salve was Lot*•!♦ s My neiKhbora and fam
ii lulling building of tbe reservoir, our milkman actually waters bis
drew out the poison, healed the ily had given mo up to di»«. My
terprise are following instructions
limbs and body w»*re awollen to one-
constructions of the laterals and milk, but we found a fish in our
wound, and saved his life Best third Lirgcr than normal size, and
from Archie Mason, the contractor,
water had collected ar-cirtd my heart.
Z- z I cl I xq Tlxio TZesud.q_\XcXxtcxs5.
maintenance of the system 10 years milk pitcher yesterday and it cer
For at least three rnon’I.M I Lad to ait
who staled some tim’ *g-> that if in tbe world for burns and sores propped up In bed to k* • n from «moth
In his opinion the road company
I «ent for five bottle« of I>r.
There will be a candy pulling at I our citizens would build the firs’
Mihs’ Heart Cure, and by tho time I
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
n lid sign up its land.
had taken them all I was entirely
1 f* • I la tter than I have for
The remarks of Davis were a Summebottom’s tomorrow
twenty year«, and I am allo to do
The C B Ausmun Jack will stand any
Billiard and Pool Tables
w'»rk on tny farm. My
• irprise to tbe directors, as thou Each guest is requested to take a from Des( hutes, st cure or guaran- this aeason at the Stone house on attending physician told rnc that If It
1 would r.->w be In my grave.”
Club Rooms in Connection
sands of acres of lmd is already pint of molasses—the 10-cenl kind, tee right of wav and acquire getier- the Stauffer ranch.
I. T. CURD, Wilmore. k’y
ating stations, Eastern capital
signed at $30, and tbe work will tor a<»le at the City Drug Store
Dr. MI’es* Heart Cure 1« sold by
would lie glad to step in and build
your druaq • t, who will puarant • that
have to be done over.
the first Dottle will benefit. If it fails
the road from The Dulles to Prine Eggs. Timothy Head at the Citv ho will refund your money.
Cleared for Action.
Mr. Whistler asked if in the
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
When tbe body is cleared for ac ville and equip it.
"pinion of tbe directors $40 per
acre was considered a reasonable tion, by Dr King,» New Life Pills,
of (and as some rust It t « Lave tbe mat
» tm They answered in the affir I yon can tell it by the bloom l .
ter it. charge there <10 reason to
mative. Most of the directors re- . health on the cheeks: the bright
v* The Finest of All
doubt that it will he ) it will be one
|- rteii the farmers will sign up ness of the eyes, the firmness of the
of the longest systems in th* world,
Jan 1. The deal will soon be closed llesh and muscles: the buoyancy of
and can Le operated as rle-ap or
the mind. Try them. At the City
with the government.
cheaper than the P< and General
Drug Store, 25 cents
Electric system I
fir*-’ ■ "-t "ill
HOMER DAVENPORT SAYS GOOD BYE
WANTED— Age nta, Hustler*
Far Sale »ah at
Prepares to Bring His Entire Collection
who wants to enjoy a good hearty
of Birds and Animals to Eair.
laugh to send 50c for “Tips to Onr« are Not so Bad a- The Record a
A Newark, N J. Special to the Agents ” Worth $50 to any per
The Alturas New Era bai in
Or»g nian say»: Hom-r Daten- son who sells goods for a living
stalled a Simple« typesetter, which
port • Grewell barbecue, held at If not satisfactory your money
fluents, Burns, Ore
is » "dandy,” ar.d devotee 3j col
t..e Davenport farm at Morris back. Circular for stamp. The
umns to telling si-oat its typesetter
« today, was attended by over Dr. White electric Comb Co. Deca
p. ,* I,
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Tbe Era's typesetter only sets type,
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