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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JUNE 17, 1905.
H ARNEY COUNTY PROSPEROUS
But th-- num m
crease. Despite the removing of
the state bounty from coyote scalps,
TOP more »kin« are received in the Port
land market now than ever before.
One Portland firm bought 12,000
| coyote skins last _ year. _______
view and Klamath Falls are all MITCHELL CASE SET JUNE 20
looking for railroads. Klamath
JOHN D. DALY. Pass
N. V. CARPENTER, ( Asinai«,
A. C. WELCOME. A bat . C¿anisa.
C. CUMMINS, Vics P hks
Falls has the best of the situation
STOCK AND WOOL ARE AT
BIT LAKE HAS HER • SKINNED" ON so far. They have a railroad it DEMURRER OVERRULED BY JLIXIE
might be said, in sight. They have
advanced this far in the game
OF BURNS, OREGON.
through their own efforts. Bend,
Crops Promise to be Best Ever Wlib Very shipped direct to the east by deal-
tte Must Qlie Lake First Piace Oier Capi. according to report in the past, Jury Piaci Belag Drawa la Pretesca al lb<
• PriKnerte f Good
Kelley'* Indiai Pony. But he May
ere in small towns and the total
Attsracv for Defca*e--Aa lautaal
has had at least a dozen railroads
For Many New Settlers.
Improve With Age.
marketed last year was not less
2i4err*w?* itllflll at fÀt atarjrit /tritt.
built into ita corporate limits.
In every community is found in-'
No matter what kind of a curios
A press dispatch from Portland,
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
i 1.50 to $2 apiece. II. Liebes, of
seemingly two or three roads are
dividual« who are continually howl
the firm of H. Liebes 4 Co , said:
ready to jump at it like so many |
ing hard times. It must be their
‘ We receive more coyote furs than , Harnev valley will scare up some cats at a mouse. Burns has been this morning overruled the demurr
N U. Carpenter,
John D Daly,
er of the defense and sustained the
digestive organs are out of order , we aid five « years J ago The price thing to match it, or beat it a little.
H M Horton,
J. W. Geary,
C A. Haines.
under the scrutiny of railroad peo indictment of the federal grand jury
and we would advise them to con- has advanced in the last few years, Corvallis recently boasted of a four ple for many years. Lakeview has
suit a physician or conveniently The skins are used for making legged chicken born near that town been getting rail connections for ¡charging Senator Mitchell with vio
■kick the bucket” for the benefit of sleeping robes and for other purpo- to one of a well known farmer’s fav ! over thirty years Every year just lating the federal statutes in receiv
ing money, while the senator was a
mankind in general
orite hens. Harney people heard
.-*0-<*»•<-><->•«*>--r*» «•>-<■»•«■>♦ o«o-i»«o-v»«*>- ctar-'.TOj
see requiring cheap furs.”
as regular as spring time comes ' member of the law firm of Mitchell
There is no occasion tor hard
of the chicken and went out among
M. A lbxänokb . FassibsHT.
E- H. Tssr. Cashier
The report that l'.l cents had their seedless apple trees looking
4 Tanner, from Frederick A Kribs
W m . J onk *. Vtcx-l’aBaiDSNT.
V. F.. K knvon , Asat. < ashler d
times in Harney county at present
for expediting land claims to patent.
ami when an individual makes such been offered for next year’s wool for a chicken nest that had not been
have rail connections before another
The trial was set for Tuesday,
statement depend on it he ¡ b “ofT clip with one-third of the money rooted up by the big hogs to Bee if year passes by. The year goes by
his base.” It would be something paid down was in circulation on the they could not find a chick with at and its—re-enter the rumored rail June 20.
The jury panel is now being
very unusual if anything should streets of Lakeview Tuesday. In j least four legs. The Times-Herald road.
happen to prevent large crops of speaking with several of our local man was the first to make the dis It is to be doubted if many ot the drawn in the presence of the attor-
Interest Paid on Time 1 deposits.
everything planted and every in i sheepmen about the matter they in covery and now Harney has a four moneyed men of tiiia country favor I nev for the defense, who is accorded
dication points to exceptionally formed us that they knew nothing legged chicken, but their chick is the building of a railroad. They this unusual privilege upon request
W« Solicit Your Banking Business.
Judge De Haven in overruling
large ones; the horse and the mule I of the report, but that they believed mounted and on 'exhibit. The ex- own large tracts of laod, valued on-
market was never better and prices I it to be the concoction of some i tra legs of the freak are fastened to ! ly for stock raising; they raise stock the demurrer said:
1 C. E. Kenyon. H. Alexander. Estate of Abner Robbins. William J
the body just back of the natural and sell it for as good a price as if
are higher than for several years;
Miller. Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
pair and are a trifle shorter—made we hail a railroad; the lands now the ii dictuient are to its form. It
th-- percentage of the lamb crop is
♦ <»• *>*_»-o♦
above the average; the tange the
Orvil Rusk, the shearing plant
have a small value; the taxes on it
best it has been for several years, humorist, while taking his horses the Harney chickens have to scratch are low; railroads will increase the substantially charges the offense
wool im i have received the highest to pasture la»* Sunday morning was for themselves—and a little smaller value of all lands; the producing conformably to the statute.''
Senator Mitchell's attorney tiled
price for their wool; sheep are run over by the hind wheels of bad The chicken came so near being qualities remain the same; the tax
H oward stance. eassiosNT
w. a scbrcc , vics - prssiosnt
exception. Mitchell was then
eomniandiiig top prices, and cattle - luck, sustaining a severe injury of
es would he greater, and the large
R. A COWOCN, CASHI«»
market is better than for the pre- the left leg He was taken to the >f life and was mounted by the tax- ■ stock raiser would make lees money. <
vious two years. To be sure very emergency hospital for treatment idermist Perhaps if we were to No mm works contrary to his own his attorney he pleaded not guilty.
few cattle have been moved, but ! where sand paper, axle grease and tell that Charley Snider of Lake- j interests, and it may not be possi
A wise editor says: “A man
buyers will finally be in the field AAA was vigorously applied by the view owns a sorrel gelding 37 years ble that certain portions of Oregon
us the other day that we did
offering very good prices.
entire force. He is now resting
have not been tapped by failroads
Hurney county people are pros easily,—Cor. to Lakeview Herald. every year, either The Times-Her because of the contrary influence not publish all the things that hap
ald man or some one dee his equal i of its moneyed stockmen—Lake pened. We should say not. In
perous and will continue so Many
would dig up "Old Colonel’s” fath view Herald
A General Banking Business Transacted
new people will be within its bord
the first place there is somebody
making repairs on the ’phone lines er.—Lakeview Examiner
ers before snow flies again and
depending on us for a living,
that had been knocked out by an
No, brother, we’re stumped.
much of the vacant land be taken
Post Master Kelley's Salary Raised.
we print all that happens
electrical storm a few days before. Harney must bow to Lake’s 37-
up under the various land laws by
would soon be with the angels.
He started for Canyon Thursday, year-old gelding that raiies a colt
actual settlers who come to stay
In older t.i please the people we
bringing up the rear of the big loads every year Possibly Capt. Kel
and make their homes with us.
peared a list of postolficea in Oregon must print only the nice things
of fair visitors that wen going out. ley’s old Indian pony that he cap
With so much railroad talk it is
where the salaries had been raised
tured at the Lava Beds buttle on and among them was Burns which said of them and leave the rest to
h irdlv possible for one to miss this
gossip. Yet it’s a fact, we don’t
great county should it penetrate Particulars of Death of Howard Porter. the 17th of January. 1S72, may do was raised from $1200 to <1300.
publish all the news. If we did,
the interior at all. Better be look
TRIHCH A DONEGAN, Proprietor«
Post Master Kelly report* a very
Howard, the fiv« year-old son
material increase in the poetoftice wouldn’t it make spicy reading?
ing for good times than brooding
over past matters and looking at of O. W, Porter, while playing on Imw old this Indian pony is as he business during the three months But it would be for one week on
ly; the next week you would read
the porch of Robert Wo-i-l’s resi has only been ij the possession of be has been in ofliee.
the wrong side of things
dence lrst Tuesday afternoon, acci- white men for 33 t ears. We shall
The money order business during our obituary—in some other pap
make special inquiry about the the past few days has been tied up er. All the news is all right
Captain Takes Exceptions.
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
and was burned so badly* that death matter and let you know Inter.
on account of being out of the nec when its about the other fellow.”
Billiard and Pool t ables
essary blanks. An order was sent |
The Salvation Army hoys left for j resulted in a short time.
The accident came with appalling RAILROAD AGREEMENT NOT SAME. several weeks ago for more but they
Weiser Tuesday morning. It is
Notice of Sale of Stale Lands.
Club Rooms in Connection.
have not put in an appearance
rumored that during their stay suddenness: in the bright sunshine
they’ created more havoc in femi
Notice is hereby given, that ow
tions existing in the present con
Said the groceryman to the ing to the creation of the Wallowa
nine hearts than in the camp of the panied his mother down town, run struction agreement lietween ffill
enefny of mankind.— Harney Coun ning and prattling as childern will and Harriman, from those observed butcherman, says an exchange: and Chesnininius Forest Reeervea,
—stopping to greet his friends with
“It is really a sin that you buy the State of Oregon has now avail
childish speech and laughter. There prior to the recent differences and your salt on the whole sale plan able for indemnity or lieu selections
reconciliation, is attested by the
Weiser, June 10.—Editor The was no premonition that it was for
Of P hiladelphia
fact that Northern Pacific survey- and don’t give me a chance to a limited amount of valid base
Tinies Herald- Since my return to
ore are still in die field on the
rale» < >111 ,.«.Iivi. »
Weiser I have received the accom- |
north bank of the Columbia river. back to the grocery store and j bidders. The State Land Board
guarantee attar three payment* are mad»
pmying report, published in the lips would be still forever. On their
1. Automatic extended ineurance tor the tace ot the contract
return, the little lad stopped to visit Under the old arrangement it would quickly an order sent for a few will receive sealed bids until 2
II A paid up policy.
Harney County News. 1 desire to
III l.oau or caah aurrender value.
| “Aunty Woods,” ami while Mr. and not have been possible for the choice hams for the family use o’clock 1*. M . June 27, 1U05
sav that I am readv to return to
Unexcelled ae a dividend payer
. Miss Woods were busy indoors the Northern to do work of this char and a box of fish for Lent. Said
Burns at any time and give any in
Z.VFK.ST/UATK BKFOKE f oil Z.VS/'ZZZ-
accident occured. The boiler bad acter without committing a breach the clothing man to the hardware by 11 certified cheek or draft pay
formation regarding myself that
Nhermar A Harmon,
R. M Itemvilct,
been placed on the porch and cov of faith, but not only are surveys man: “You certainly don’t do able to the Clerk of the State Land
may be needed.
ered and it is supposed that little going ahead in this district, but it right when you get a suit of an Board for one-fifth of the price
IL A. Dillard, Agent.
If an v such report as the one Howard sat down on the lid which is believed Harriman engineers |
oflered, together with an applica
published is giing abouti can truly gave wav and caused him to fall in are running lines south of the Col--
tion, in due form, to purchase the
in sight.” But the clothier want tract which the bidder and appli
sav tint it is without foundation,
Dr. McCusker was called at once, umbia, also. This change in the
and if the matter is carefully look aud a message sent Dr Numbers, situation is pleasing to Portl nd to ed a new steel range, and it came cant wishes to have selected. A
as his neighbors know, in a box check payable to the Receiver of
ed into I fiel confident that it would I of Weiser, who came down on the the people of Oregon.
v* The Finest of All «.<
result in the fact thaï we (the Sal five o’clock train All that was
It has long been the complaint of, that he tried to hide in the barn . U. 8. Land Otfice for an amount
vation Army boys) behaved as gen possible wa« done to eave the little those interested in the advancement and marked Gee, Hawjiuck & Co, equal to 12 00 for each DM) acres,
tlemen during our stay in your city boy but the burn was s-> deep and of Oregon that there were not The business men then called a j or fractional part thereof, anil a
the shock so great that nothingcould enough railroads in the elate, and meeting to see where the trouble non-mineral affidavit must also'
Oi.of H ei . i e ’ ath , Capt. prevail, and the bright little life that the agreement between the lay, and they all agreed ’twas the accompany each bid No bill fori
hr Sale Oily at]
went out, bringing sorrow and des Hill and Harriman interests work editor and not the devil to pay less than ♦51X1 per acre will lie con 1
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
ed against the development along Why don’t he roast the depart sidere-1, and the right to reject any
olation to many hearts
that line There ire vast interior ment stores aud the peddling and all bids 1» reae-veti.
Mr. Porter had gone out to
Certificates of sale or deed will not I
C. T Miller is again in the citv sheep camps beyond Burn* and F. districts of Oregon w hich would be fakirs and stand by them who pa
issued until the lands have la-eii
8. Babb went out Tuesday to carry most productive if supplied with tronize him and give him his daily
patented to the Slate No
Agents, Burns. Ore
Ike Blevens and wife have re him the sad message.
bread. So they drew up a con more than 320 acres will be sold to
are »till lacking, and every effort
turned to their ranch on the Och-
tract long and strong for the edi any one person
Rotici d Bro«., Distributers, Portland, <»r« j£<.n
oco from a visit of several weeks in ily residence at < i ven o clock yes that has been put forth to secure tor to persue. and waited on him
Burns and Harney county.—Prine terday morning. Rev Rigg» and ’.hem has failed Ii is this that with aspect grim, as he solemnly addressed to G. G Brown. Clerk of i ---------------------------- -- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
Rev. Bent conducted th-- services. has lieen mid i» tieii g complained
dug for news, but the editor laugh Stale Land Board, Salenr., Oregon,
A large concouree of relative* of.
Mr. C P. Rutherford left this and friends of the faiuilv f--lowed
But the fact thi 1 he new agree- ed a big horse laugh, till the gang and marked "Application and Bid
morning for Pleasant \ alley, to the remains of the little *>oe to their m»nt Ie-tween the . lereat« :ip|>ear» ail took to the woods, for ’twas bi purchase Indemnity Lands ’
The necessary blanks can be had
look over the timber of the Oregon last resting place in th* city < • in- to leave each road at liberty to written on axle grease letter
writing the Clerk of the State
Commercial Company, with a view
i held as a heads that came with a bill of
build its own territ*
of putting in a bid for logging two
The boeine»» hou»e* of Hunting token of l-etter comii
million fret of logs thia season.— ton closed during th I-nr if *-rvi- countered in the fo ur, e and those
A Pad Scare
Huntington Herat I.
ce», out of respect t-> th ■ departed. who are working h.-ir<l for th«- un-
No Secret About If.
building of the st i'<- lielii ve that
R I. Haines, of the firm of Haires —Huntington Herald
Some day you will get a bad
they can no«« «ee de giit eh»- d —
4 Nelson, has returned from a trip
it in no secret, that for Cute.
when you feel a pain in your
to 'he Stein« Mountain section.
Burna, I'lcera. Fever Sores, Sore
WANTED— Aj. nt
bowels, and fear appendicitis Safe
Mr Haines jg well pleased with that Salesmen, Clerk a . f-V’i
Fyes, Boils, etc , nothing it a«- ef
ty lie« in Dr King's New Life Pills
portion of Harney county and says whowant*toenj.>i
fective as Um klen s Arnica Salve.
a sure cure, for all bowel and stom
we have or.e of the finest stock laugh to serai
"It didnt take long to cure a bad
ach diaeaaa, .uch as beadaeh, bil-
countries in the world
sore I bad, and it is all O. K. for
Agent» " Worth
mis. tbs' -ope eyes.” writes 1» I. Gregory, of lousne.s coatireneaa, etc Guaran
It is rsl.mated by dealers in furs son who sells good* for :»
a-ils it, bat II >pa. Tex. 25c at the City Drug teed at the City Drug Store, only
that the specie» of wolf known as If not satisfactory j-'ur
25c Try them.
waiting for Store.
the Oregon coyote la being killed at l>ack. Circular f >r stamp.
the shipthat never came
the rate of 15,000 annually in this Dr. White electric Comb C >.
Job printing—The Time. Herald
Burns. Bend, Prineville, Lake
Alfalfa at Garr 4 Camtuin*
state »ays the Portland Journal tur, Ilf.
HARNEY IS HARD TO BEAT
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