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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1905)
tract, and the
intimation is that
WANT MORE RAILROADS.
single blessedness with a Urm at
Henry Hahn, of the Open River
committee of the Portland Cham
of suitors. Of course this land is
ber of Commerce, submitted the fol
not now vei y arable, but the real lowing resolution at the recent
We buy in car load lot« aid direct from the lactorisa—No
r'cli quick [>• lie»
estate agents say that irrigation meeting of the Oregon Development used-will have the bu.iueM for our price, and fairde.ling demand that ue.Houl
plans are on foot which when league:
tached will speedlv
A few Pointe to Consider:
sr B8< Ri PTION KAT Kb:
«ix Month* ,
completed will make all that re
gion blossom like a rose.
ul I. IAN IfXlr
eral exodus of unmarried woiner
from eastern states expected by
The ornamental main entrance | the enterprising Kansas.—Ex.
to the Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion has been completed, and in a
McKiney Wire Marriage
short time the
gates will be torn away and the
II G M< Kinley and
gatekeepers w ill be doing business 1 Warewerem.1r1icd.it the
at the bright new turnstiles
There are twelve turnstiles for They will return to Oregon June
entrance and eight for exit. The '•
capai ity of each entering turn
I he admission price lias
fixed at fifty cents.
the entire exposition
pun base a season ticket tor $20,
what answer to make, the
tor attempted to draw
tl .lie the- til e.
he said, “what
red crayon with
from experienced hands.
like hell," c aine the answer,
Horses Bought and Sold.
Two-year.olds in quantities to suit
I,:/, . </// be seen at the ‘ P” 1 Punch it nd
,)iis desiring' io purchase should inquire
th ,e of V. Il Howell, Assistant to the Gen-
. Manager, who will furnish informa-
- / as io /wires and will sell the same
FRENCH-GLENN LIVE STOCK CO.
Leading Supply House in EasterifOregou.
CHY MEAT MARKET
A. E. YOUNG, Prop».
Kansas has stopped bleeding electne combe have been sold in
long enough to antioum e a si heme the canon» cities of ths Union, and
whcicby it hopes to attract many the demand ia constantly increas
Our agents are rapidly lie
single women to that state, and ing
rich selling these combs
the inducement held out is that
They positively sell on sight. Send
soon after i «aching there they will
Men's siss 35c, ladies'
enter upon the state of matrimony.
’•"c — (half price while we are in-
Theie is considerable unoccupied
trocueing them.) Th» Dr While
land in the southwestern corner of
The Dr \\ bite Electric Comb Co.
that commonwealth and the pro Decatur, 111
position is to give to any single
I’ p-to-dste iob printing al rras.m
woman in the east who will ac
cept it and live on it, a good sized! •*‘1* prices
nost complete stock of Farm Implements in Eastern OrejpiH.
Home Sugar Cured
COOPER WAGONS, RACINE AND FREEJAONT BUGGIES
AND HACKS, P. & 0 PLOWS, SEEDERS. DISC, CRAG
AND SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, AND THE McCORMICR
¡.izWER AND BINDER.
Home made Lard
Beef sold by the
GROCERIES AND RANCH SUPPLIES.
Barbed Wire, Stock Salt, etc.
« Write for Prices or Call and See ns.
ice tor sale, delivered free
E. A. FRASER. Manager.
To all our Subscribers!
The beading Agricultural Journal of the Nation.
lad was surprised that
Ins reier- teresting of these thatharc ever lieen
ence to the pine the picture re- invented in thd I»r White Electric
minded him of should create the Comb, patented Jan 1, W These
excitement it dal
Milton Eagle. wonderful Combs |s>nitivelv cure
There remains doubt as to wheth ¡dandruff, hair foiling out. sick and I
er the statement of the youngster 1 vivous headaches, and when used
with Dr White's Electric Hair
was th - e xpression of a literal
Brush are positively guaranteed
c one eption ot .inartistic criticism.
to make straight limr curly in 25
Thousands of these!
m the h m< s c»t rm al ¡wople in every section of the^United Slates
by an able Corps of CUriters,
1‘he American Farmer is the only Literary Farm Journal published,
Always on hand
t WONDERFUL INVENTION
The plaster paris cast was
moved from the leg of Dr Clark
yesterday and lie will be able to
mingle with his friends on crutches
The many friends of the
doctor are more than pleased that
he is about over his trying ordeal
Oregon for regret that said roads have not been
the purpose of speculating in tim built, and does hereby earnestly re
ber lands, some six or seven years quest the said transportation com
panies to build railway lines and
I fe is about 35 years of age
furnish transportation facilities to
and has been married once before,
the portions of this state now with
having been divorced fiom his
He was convicted of
It is interesting to note that for
t linen ure frequently mado hy the
invention of articles of minor iin-
I’ortnix e. Matiy of the more pop
ular devices nre those designed to
• ■eiietit |H>ople and meet (sipular
conditions, and one of the most in
Netti livery turnouts.
Outing Parties Accommodated.
.Malheur Mercantile Co.
good for 137 admissions, or one complicity in the land frauds last
STRIKE Oil. IN CROOK COLNTV
good for fifty admissions at $12 50 Fall and is now under bonds of
File main entrance, which is at $.|oix>, pending sentence.
Crook county has an oil wi ll
Twentyrsixth and Upshur streets, marriage to Miss Ware will have It is not producing yet, but oil ha»
is readied by all street car lines an important bearing on subse been struck at deph of 300 feet from
and is only fifteen minutes’ ride quent trials for the land frauds, as the surface, and all indications fav
from the heart cf the city. Many the testimony of Ins present wife or a commercial llow, says the .Jour
extra cars will be put on for the is an important factor in future nal.
This impartant find has been
season. 'I'lie Exposition will be prosecution.
made on Haystack plains, between
ready in every department to open
Prineville and Crosskeys, in the well
MATTHEWS LOST HIS JOB.
recently bonded by Archie Mason,
the local contractor.
A recent dispatch from Washing
'I'lie Colorado experiment sta
is in the city arranging for casing
ton says: Walter F. Matthews of
for deeper boring, and gave a brief
tion at Fort Collins has been dis
Portland, United States marshal for
for semi-arid the district of Oregon lias been re outline of the strike
“Our drill is below the 300 point
lands. This variety is called the moved by order of the president.
and has entered oil sand. We have
durum, and it is claimed for it It is understood this action was
penetrated 25 or 30 feet of hardpan,
that it will yield good c rops on takt n nt the instance of the govern
hut have not yet gone into rock
lands of the kind designated. The ment’s attorney in Oregon, who.it
formation. Shale was
authorities of the experiment sta is said, believed Mi. Matthews has
giving the best oil indication, and
tion are so well satisfied on that not been acting sufficiently in har when we entered the oil sand we
point that they pure based a large mony with the prosecution of the were aide to secure small quantities
laud fraud cases now being con
quantity of seed and distributed it
of what appeared to be good oil, I
ducted in Oregon
all over the state at the ac tual
brought some of it to thia city fir
t.'liarles .1 Reed has been appoint
cost, from 25 to 100 pounds being
analysis, and will soon have all the
ed to succeed Mr Matthews
U3ual tests completed
I am in-
sent to each farmer supplied. I’lie
Reed is local agent of the Mutual
railway companies carried the Life Insurance company in Port formed that it has all the charac
teristics of a good illuminating oil.'
wheat free, and through them it land.
Haystack is a farming communi
lias been placed in the hands of
ty bordering the Deschutes gorge
farmers in every portion of the
Terrific Race with Death.
There had never been auv explora
As a result the experiment
“Death was fast approaching," tion in that immediate district for
station will learn what can be ilC- writes Ralph F. I'ernndez, of Tam
oil, hut further to the east, in the
< omplislicd with it under all Ihe pa, Fla., describing his fearful race
vicinity of Lookout mountain, where
v.11 ing conditions presented in the with death, “as 11 result of liver there has been considerable excite
trouble and heart disease, which ment over cinnabar there are
had robbed mu of sleep and of all eral locations of oil claims
interest in life
I had tried many
Mr Mason learned of the
It is said that a member of the different doctors and several medi
while building the automobile
Millon School Board will be more cines, lint got no benefit, until 1 be
between t’rosskeys mid Bend,
careful in the future how he ques gun to use Electric» Ritters
So was informed that a farmer in
tions the pupils in the schools lie wonderful was their effect, that in
ing to get water for domestic
visits. The other day, while at Hirer days I felt like a new man, pokes had sunk a well to ic depth of
tending a primary class hi geog mid today I am cured of nil my 2(tl feet and that natural gas was
raphy, the teacher asked a boy 1 roubles ’’ Guaranteed nt The City Issuing from the working with much
I Drug Store, price 5oc.
what a volcano was.
force. This gas had been tested
with llame and burned iiicelv
youngster did not seem to know
cd one on the
Main.St.,’ Burns, Oiegor.
Horses receive the btst’cf Mr,
Willamette river family and came to
to the government Peninsula.
expect to be in
LEWIS’& McGEE, Propts.
LARGEST STORE IN EASTERN OREGON
Mi’s W:re is the daughter of
persons per the late Joel Ware, of Eugene. upon and developed, and
second, or even more in a rush. She was born in Eugene about
“Whereas, It is absolutely essen
It is safe to figure that 500 per 2b years ago anil, upon the death tial to the interests of this state and
may pass through these of her father, who was a well- to all parts and portions thereof
gates in a minute. Each turn known Oregon pioneer, about that such transportation facilities
stile record« the number of people three yea’s ago, succeeded him as be furnished at once, ami
“Whereas, On several occasion«
passing through, so that at the United States Commissioner at
end of a day the total attendance' Eugene. She has been a promi direct statements have been made
that new roads would be built
may be figured up quite readily. nent figure in I he ( Iregon lami
extended into the interior of
1 here are three other entrances I fraud cases, but was acquiteli in
state, as well as to the coast
one at 1 wenty-eighth street, near I the Federal Court at the time of
lions thereof; now, therefore, be it
the Museum of Arts, one at the [the famous trial of the conspira-
“Resolved, That the Oregon De
American Inn and the other at the tors last fall.
northeast corner of the grounds,
Horace G McKinley is a mem- membejs from all parts of the state
which will admit visitors coming •»er of a prominent Wisconsin of Oregon, does hereby express its
•‘Whereas, Practically all of the
aiiroad ayatoma o|*erating in thia Complete lire ot Furniture, Carpet*, Shade*. L.Ce Curtains, Furtie
Do-Cart*, Piano*. Sew in« Machines-In tact anything that gee* with a frat
date are under one control and one
“Whereas. For a number of years
“Jim” J. H FARLEY, Ontario, Oregon
past but little additional mileage
First door north of Hotel Outari
lias been built in thia state, and
“Whereas. A large portion of this
state ia now without proper trans
portation facilities, and
‘ Whereas, Said portions of said
state have great natural resources
and large bodies of unoccupied
lands, which only need transporta
tion facilities i>; order to lie settled
stile is about forty
livery , feed and sale
Il fids a p sition of its own and has taken the leading place
' 111 burner or stockman and his family something to
think ab.ini aside from the humdrurn of routine duties.
For the next three months, we offer this paper free with
r for $2.00
This offer is made to all new subscribers, and all old ones who pay up all arrear- and r n w
between now and April 1, iqo 5.
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