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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1905)
stamp might be put to in the hands CHANGE DATE
of an enterprising and economical
LAST SPILE OF PORTAGE
BATVRDÀY. MAY 27, IW,
DRIVEN JUNE J.
HOI LTIOX OF CHOPS.
A few Pointe to Consider:
We buy in ear load lots and direct from the factories No
r'e'' 'lll‘ 11
used—will have the business for our prices and fair dealing deuian l l iat
HFitó< KIFTION KATEb:
Don't Overtook this Whan in N?ed of
LEWIS^& McGEE, Propts.
Dr. Jam*« Withycombe, director
Pronlneit Ceigrcsilonnl Parr,. Headed by
LARGEST STORE IN EASTERN OREGON
of the Oregon Expirimenl »tatiuii.
Vice-President Fnirbanks. Will
who was in I'endleton attending lb*
Complete lit e of Furniture, Carpets, Shades, Lace Curtains, Fortie »,
flood Roads convention, and befire
Do-Carts, Pianos, ¿awing Machinss-ln fact anything that gees »Uh « »'«
JlLMN BÏKD — — — - Maaavrr
Change in the date of opening class Furniture More.
which he delivered an address, is
probably the foremost authority in the Celilo Portage Road has been
“Jim” J. H PARLEY, Ontario, Oregon
With all due respect for the
I the state on th* subject of agricul decided upon, and the formal open
First door north oi Hotel Outari'
great and good man, Judge C. B. ture, io 4 b* has made a close study ing will occur June 3, instead of
Bellinger, whose death last even of farmii g conditions in Eastern as .May 30, as formerly planned. At
ing removed one of the most use well as Westeren Oregon.
a meeting of the committee of the
In speaking to the East Orego Open River Association, this change
ful citizens of the State of Oregon,
this paper is yet glad to aimounce nian of the present needs be said: ’ was determined upon, says the
“The greatest problem that the Telegram.
that such an able an upright man
farmers of Eastern Oregon have to 1 There are two reasons for the new
as Judge Stephen A. Lowell, of
this city, will be candidate to suc face is how to rotate their crops so J date, one being that it was thought
aa to prevent the impoverishment best to hold the exercises on some
ceed Judge Bellinger, at the pro-
of the soil. The continnoui raising other date than Decoration Day
pit time, although Judge Lowell’s
of wheat or other “ingle cereal will The other was that if the opening
sense of propriety would not per- (
eventually deprive the soil of the I is delayed until June 3, the com
mil of such announcement at this necessary organic constituents, and
mittee of Senators ami Representa
'thus cause a decline in the yield. tives from Washington to be pre _
Judge Bellinger has been one While this is being prevented to an sent at the opening of the Expoei.
of the most impartial and fearless extent by the practice of summer lion will attend the opening of itie
men ever to occupy a federal fallowii.g. it could be done much 1 road These two Committees will
position in Oregon and his death more thoroiighlv by the raising of a form a large party and will l.e
at this crisis in the state’s history I different crop and at the same time beaded by Vice President Fair
is most unfoi turi.ite. It will delay some return would l>e derived from I banks.
It will lie an excellent opportuni
the land fraud cases, and in such i the land."
to show the river to the law
the accused and indicted parties
fallow Dr. Withycombs suggests the makers, and it is likely the appro
will have many opportunities to
raising r,f field peas, and states that priations desired for further im
strengthen their straw defenses.
it has been demonstrated in Sher provements to the river will receive
However great the loss which
man comity that they may lie more consideration at their hands
Oregon has sustained in the death grown on the dry wheat land. By
after they see the river and sur-
of Judge Bellinger, it is yet a raising a crop of field peas a farmer rounding country for themselves,
consolation to know that there are may secure forage for stock feeding, Senator Fulton has promised that in
sm Ii men as Judge Lowell avail iiid at the sa ne time the raising of case the date of openin« is postpon
able for the place. No man in the crop will enrich the soil by the ed, he will bring the Congressional
iJregon can show a cleaner record, I addition of th« nitrogen from the party. .
a higher understanding of the law, roots and leaves of the plant. Also,
Most complete stock of Farm Implameiits in Eastern Oregon.
Contractor* Figure on Work.
a higher regard for absolute fair the pons may be harvested and
COOPER WAGONS, RACINE AND FREERONT BUGGIES
ness and justice, or who can rise placed upon the market.
.Mystery surrounds the doings of
AND HACKS, P. & 0 PLOWS, SEEDERS. DISC, DRAG
While alfalfa, according to Dr.
above partisan politics with a more
| Withycombe, will grow upon any the Sumpter Valley railroad. Last
AND SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, AND THE RcCORMICK
elevated and noble purpose, than
land where wheat may be raised, it year with the opening of spring
Judge Lowell, and the East Ore- is not good as a rotation crop for came all kinds of announcements
goninn is delighted to know that the reason that it takes several and plans for the extension of the
Pendleton can present such a man years to obtain a good stand, where road. This spring a deep silence
to succeed the lovable and honest- as the field pea is an annual and hovers around the knowing ones
minded judge who lias just com may be raised one year and wheat and little railroad news is given to
Write for Prices or Call and See ns.
pleted a long and useful life the next.
E. A. FRASER. .Manager.
among us. East Oregonian.
head of the agricultural course in county clerk they have had a num
the O. A. 0 , and also the head of ber of contractors out over the right
Every farmer tn Oregon should
the experiment station for the past of way figuring on construction
semi to the Agricultural Experi seven years. During that time he work all of which has come to
ment Station at Corvallis anil se- has belli hundreds of institutes all naught so far, as ft seems that the
< inc a copy of a pamphlet recent over the slate, from which many contractors have not the temerity
ly published on the subject, good results have come The last to tackle the job.
“Poultry Under Confinement.” one to attend the convention here From the beet information that can
As said in the bulletin, which has the doctor was obliged to jump from be gathered it is believed that some
been published for free distribu one corner of the stale to one al construction work will be in pro
gress this summer, but just how
tion, there seems to he little dan most diagonally opposite.
much has not beer, indicated.—
ger from an over-supply of poul
Prairie City Miner.
try or eggs in the principal mar
Terrific Race with Death.
kets of this st iti-. On the con
"Death was fast approaching,' »>
Up-to-date iob printing at reason
trary. the quantity of poultry and I writes Ralph F. Femadez, of Tam
I'inc Watch Repairing A Spe
eggs imported each year shows pa, Fla., describing his fearful race
that there is room for the expan with death, "as a result of liver
The C B Austnue Jack will stand
sion of the poultry-raising indus trouble ami heart disease, which this season nt the Stone house on
try in Oregon. The purpose of ha<l robbed me of sleep and of all the Stun tier ranch.
I had tried many
the new bulletin is to show the .i interest in life
financial returns from a small flock I'l,n' r,‘"' d"c,,,r" al"1 rtever;‘l
I cine«, but got no ' benefit,
" ‘ I ' be-
gun to use Electric Bitters. So
wonderful was their effect, that in
three days I felt like a new man,
ami today I am cured of all my
troubles ” Guaranteed at Thu City
Drug Store, price 5oc.
Main'.St., Burns, Oiegor.
Horses receive the best cf care
,rom e*Perienced bands.
Elegant Neui livery turncuts.
i W/i Cuting Parties Accommodated.
Horses Bought and Sold.
Malheur Mercantile Co.
Leading Supply House in Eastern Oregou.
GROCERIES AND RANCH SUPPLIES
Barbed Wire, Stock Salt, etc.
J* T ’
1 WONDEREI'!. INVENTION
It is interesting to note that for
tunes are frequently made l>y the
invention of articles of minor im
portance. Many of the more pop
ular devices are those designed to
Iiiigor. Irrigator: Emil Kenk-
benefit |>u«ple and meet )>o|>ular
i< , aged 5 years, got away with conditions, and one of the most in
alout a pint of asphaltum yester- teresting of these tbathas ever been
,i.iy. Il>- He some of it and the invented is tbd Dr. White Eleetrio
ii st adhered to his (ace and hands, Comb, patented Jan. 1, '99 These
lie was .i sight outwardly, and in wonderful Combs ixieitively cure
ternally lie had to lw lubricated dandruff, b ur foiling out. sick ami
with laid before he could cough i ervous In-.idaehes, and when used
the «lose up. A great and persis with Dr. White's Electric Hair
tent experimenter is Emil, but he Brush are positively guaranteed
to make straight hair curly in 25
will likely hereafter cut out as
davs time. Thousands of these
electric combs have been sold in
th* variona cities of the Union, and
If a business man sees tit to the demand is constantly increas
daub his noteheads and envelopes ing. Our agents are rapidly l>e-
with a lubber stamp and thus had c.'inmg rich selling these combs
outsid. is to think there are no They positively sell on sight. Send
for sample Men’s site 35c, ladies’
pi inter. m town he ought to be
,rKV — (half price while we are in-
assaulted, thinks an exchange.
tr,slicing them.) The Dr While
Such a man a* that, when he'
The Dr White Electric Comb Co.,
cornea to die, should have his obi- Decatur, III.
tuary and the usual resolutions of
his lodge punted on a board fence
The Carter House Burlier Shop
with a rubber stamp. \\ hen he at Ontario, l.ee Caidwell proprietor,
has a baby at his home, or a party in on <>f the iuo<i elegant lonnorial
or a daughter married, a full ac parlor« in all Eastern Oregon. Hot
count of the important event and cold baths with a spray bath
Lee's obi time friends
might I h * pt mted on a piece of onneel.d
«Mapping paper and t.i.ked on his are invited to call on him while at
front duoi. Come to think of it.
there is no end of use a rubber * Alfalfa at Geer A t'ummiii«
Our I In»*
id r th
J. St E *
. s tu
Two-year-olds in quantities io tuit.
bll , an be seen atthe“P”t Bauch and
desiring lo purchase should in (pure
/ . O. /•’. II Howell, Assistant to the Gen
ti }[ana<Wr, who will furnish informa-
f, It tt to prices and will sell the same
FRENCH-GLENN LIVE STOCK CO
CITY MEAT MARKET
A. E. YOUNG, Propt.
Always on hand
Home Sugar Cured
Home made Lard
Beef sold by the
ice for sale, delivered free
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