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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1905)
CLIPPLD FROH Siwtll tUMAMKS.
»I’itSi KIPTION RATES:
jll.lAN MY ICI»
Some Distance This Season.
8ATUBDAY. JULY 15, I«».
Oue Year ...............................
KI* Mouth* .......
Don't Overlook this When in Need of
deri-d how he couhl raise $350 Io INDICATIONS POINT TO EXTENSION.
pa', a sight draft due tomorrow
Corvallis & Eastern Certain to Build
— — — — Manager
< hitarlo A rgus :
Died—At her Imine in Hailey.
Idaho. Mrs Amelia BhlgofT, aged 76
y. ars, 1 au»e of death spotted f Ver
E A Fraser, the genial and elon
A 1PIBLTE TO OREOOS.
gated manager of the M. M. Co
To Mr. Jefferson Myers, Presi made a business trip to Vale last
dent Lewis and Clark Exposi
E. It Teat formerly cabbier of
tion, Poi (land, Or.
tbe first National Bank left
MyDtar Mr. Jefferson M\ers: sheep camp yes'. nlay, and will
lo anyone who loves America spemi about two w.tks figuring Up
and believes in her, in her brave I the years profits, and incidenlaliv
calchine lie- "speckled beauties *
past, splendid present and limit
while Harvey bolds the umberelia
less futute, it is a special pleasure
to visit a state like Oregon. Wh it
stiikt s first on the Eastern mind | Vale I >az>tte:
Mr Krank Esterbrook leit yesler-
is your big talk of counties Linn
a»y for bin LoiiP in Portland after
county and Lane county Doug-1
¡clo-iiiii up hi.- busineöH in connec*
las county and Polk county—llar-i
| tion vvilh tbe <» i/.Hte, which papor
*hh ,w »«ecropo* ¿bti'b^n7bau fo77b.rJul
E II Dunham, who was superin
tendent <>f the old Oregon Pacific
railroad [now the Corvallis and
Eastern | arrived in Bend Wedin--
day with Ids non, looking over th»-
country with a view to making in
vestments and engaging in bu.ine-
at some favorable point. Mr D in
ham comes from Ashland where he
baa l»-en residing for several yeir<
He says he knows Mr Hainm ind's
engineer has received orders to pre
pare for a journey along the pro-
jected line of the Corvallis and
Eastern in Eastern Oregon
Hammond is expected to a> . om-
pany his engineer, though that i-
not yet entirely certain. II»; wrote
>V E Guerin, Jr., several w« » k’ Hg >
that lie intei ded to visit Ben i thi-
Mr Dunham also savs he kiio.vs
preperations for an extension of the
Corvallis and Eastern line this
though he does not know how much
of an extension is contemplated.
He believes considerable property
ill this region is now held in the
interest of A B Hammond and that
the Corvallis A Eastern will surely
be extended so as to give this pro
perly a coast outlet
11 is generally understood that
Mr. Hammond’s profits do not come
from Railroad earnings directly but
rather from the busn.ess of his own
along the line upon which he is
able to control ra'es. And his in
terests in this section ar-» said to be
large enough to warrant the build
ing of a railroad 76 miles to protect
him.— Bend Bulletin.
A few Points to Consider.
Webs la car
ad 1 U ual dirret ft ai 6..- la-friee—Ke “•»* rich qafck I'"'1'-'
LEWIS & McGEE. p.
LARGEST STORE IN EASTERN OREGON
Complete Im i.t
u nitur». umpcts. ¿hades, t ac. < art..«*. J?'1;
Do-cart«, Plan s. Sewing Machine, in fact anything that gees with
Horses receive th,
class Furniture ¿torr.
from experienced kírcs
“Jim” J. H. FARLEY, Ontario, Oregon
Elegant ftem l^'
north of Hotel Ontari .
Cutlng Parties flea^
Malli ur Mercantile Co
n al the ■
desii iii i>> purchase shuuhi
o-e of /•'. H lio'fell, Assistant to :h,. ;
,i'iii Mun r^’f, ho will furnish 'of,-.,',
ti u r/x to pi'ice* um! trill sell tht
FRENCH-GLENN LIVE STOCK _ q
Leading Supply Hoose in Eastern Oregon.
v. o-yep.r.olds ¡n <; alititi,
biiG .md ammalb put forward as lrt„ v,.ar- Mr. Eagurbrook will
ptoudly as if they were hops and retire tri m th- m s-paper business
tobacco; the counties that boasl ! after u life limo devoted to it, and
ino.sl of their tall timber and short- wpend Ins lime visiting his children
born cattle, counties with 300 t who liye tn Portland and haye good
cherries on one twig —a twig sev 1 positions, one son being on the staff
en feet long! You never hear
A. E.-YOUNG, Propt.
anything about counties in an Prineville Journal:
Prep, rations w ill soon be under
Eastern state; and no wonder, for
way for tin- Crook county fair which
one i ounty in Oregon is bigger
will be held at the new lair grounds
than two or three New England
of the Central Oregon Livestock
anil Agricultural association during
I he piinciple of federation, of the coming fill. It was thought
local govei niiient ami local pi ide, tor a while that the Portland fair
which is so .strong in our country , would lie a serious biuderance to 11
as a whole, is a special strength in successful exhibit in the city this
.Most contplde slock of Farm Implements in Eastern Oregon.
these big Western states. We of 'y.-ar, but the conclusion lias been
Heme Sugar Cured
COOPE. WHif NS, RACiNF RND FREFMCfdT BUGGIES
the L i t have thought of Oregon reached that the late date nt which
AND HACKS, P. & 0 PLOWS, SFEDER". DISC. DRAG
mostly as a big place full of lum the local fair will be held will as
SOME LAIE CATTLE DEALS
ANP SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, AND THE McCORMICR
ber and rain. Rain! It doesn’t
Home made Lard
¡TOWER AND BINDER.
rain any more than it does in New all of those who will attend the ex
Love Baiiev, of Paulina, was in 9
England, and it doesn’t snow at position in Portland will have re the city on a business trip during
tained home by that time. The
all! 1'igs grow here and bamboo
Beef sold by the
board of directors will make an ef
beside the mu ivalled apples amt
fort to give the county the largest that numerous sales of cattie had
< bellies and prunes and all oilier
nod most c implete display that has been made in the Paulina district
fruits, and glass standing over my • ver been seen in Central Oregon during the past few weeks. He
V rite for Prices or Call and See us.
E. A. FRASER. Manager.
The new grounds, including a new
N’otir minerals are all right — race track and new buildings, will olds and yearlings of lieber Bros, of
the vegetables and the animals aid materially in the success of the Klamath Falls, receiving $22 for
the former and $16 for the latter,
— it is a place with the three king undertaking
cattle will be delivered this
doms at command; and what’s <hitario Itenioerat •
rb,< I HE MAIN AND THE WOiE
Silver Lake. E E Laughlin
mon- with the great ocean of
V It Staples and his unde, J K
also sold about 200 head to the
our coming commerce at your ; Locked, returned yesterday morn-
fit in, receiving $28 per head for I-
like th-- Marlin .C2 repeater, T-r either t »r»
shore. All you want is people
1 ing from the fair.
shooting or small game, b'-ause it has Marlin accuracy. If you :
year-olds which were in tbe bunch
and if they don’t come they show
means everything. The Solid Top, with its wall of metal al ".'a , 1.
•J C IIunter of Ag r-ncy Valley de- \V C Congletnn and Fred Powell
tween you ami the cartridge, and fit« Side Eject--r .'.
an ignorance not common in iiveded tht.. car load of range hors- made sales of two hupchee, the
original Marlin features, which make it tho s.-.fi-.-t ■ •
handle as M ull as the surest. It shouts short, long .
A met ica.
<•« for bhipineot boro thin week re- former to Burgess the latter to Mc
lor.g-rifle cartridges without any change.
I'd like to come myself.
«•♦•iving |7."» per hoad
Tii • Mariin 16-gauge Shotguns are the smallest and lightest re
Gill — Prineville Journal
peating guns manufactured. A new, well balauced gnu of great
Carl Krgtly and wife camo in
ClIAHI.O'l I I Pl KKIXS (ill.VIAN
accuracy. Handles stiiT loads safely and well.
•Saturday from Watson and took
Prof. Dillard of Burns, Oregon • Jeweler.
H r.L- - a’,out any pa rtieular repeating rifle ar shotgun
)■ d* ,ou bare. (-ur latest Catalogue—Mu illu.drat ians—
th» ir (h partur» for Portland to at- with his wile ami family, re visit
O -I . ¡-y,ou ‘ r.aok, ihat tell'-- whut MAKLiXS are
doing the world over, free for 3 stunt]. poslaye.
1 tend tho lai 1.
iug 0 II Stoughton and family. Line Watch Repairing A Spe
HIE Ml «CHANT S “SNAP.”
THE MARLIN HRB ARHS CO
4 j WHIow St
Mrs Tho* Jones and children re- Mrs Dillard and Mrs Stoughton are cialty.
“N i s,’ remarked the country 1 turned to their hotn-'in Boise Sat- sisters Prof. Dillard has been suf
fering with rheumatism for some
iiM *i liant to a im w sp.iper reporter. urd'iy after i pleasant visit with
lime, and early this week went on
“I certainly have a snap. The r,,l:<tiv. and friend., in Ontario
to Portland for medical treatment
wholesale houses semi me duns
Arti •- ui Inc Tporatiuu ware leaving bis wife and children in
every month and diaw on me al til’d -aturd.o tor the Bank of Jor Dufur until his return
sight, hut if I send a bill to a farm dan Valley with a capital stock cf was for some years connected with
||, inci'ip.irators are J. the Prineville Review ns editor and
er he ci■ 'H - in w e.ii ing arid quits $26,000
trading at my store
While I am R. Blaeknby and L Adam, of this proprietor. He will return to Burns
hard up I. a ic,uly money many of city, and Fred .1 Palmer, of Jordnn to resume his work in the school
Prominent stockmen of room,— Dufur Dispatch
those who owe me are Bending \ alley
Jordan Valley will also lie interest
cash in advance to the mail order
'd m the new institution.
$600 will take 160 acres of good
Imuses. If 1 contribute money to
10 miles East of Burns ft
any cause people say 1 am bidding
was a choice claim five years ago.
for trade; d 1 don’t they say I .mi
leave lor Poitbind mid will spend I See Lewis.
a bug. l'.very day I am expected
| several weeks visiting the fair.
to dig up for anything that comes
Strawberries, of home production
along, from a i.illle tnket to a
been ofb red for sale on onr
i hull h fund, by people who say I
for olt cents per gallon.
ought to do this because they do
I’liis is an unusually low price for
pail of their trailing here. Hut
I« rm - in this country as ordinari
mv fiiem, Montgomery Waul
ly they bring about 75 cents.
ncithci but s i utile tn kets nor helps
Every pain in the breast, dif
The apple crop in tliti up|>er
the i him li fund, .uni yet he gets
ficult breathing, palpitation,
vallev was bitten by
fluttering or dizzy spell means
tin- cash in advance business, and
frost« in I now it is Is coming ap-
that your heart is straining it
if I were to vircul.itc a subscr ip
p.iietii tlrit the usual abundant
self in its effort to keep in
The heading Agricultural Journal of the Nation
tion piper among the city whole eiops W 11.,' ah rti ned materially
motion. This is dangerous.
sale Imuses where we trade l'«i I In-C M C.oiler orchard which
Some sudden strain from over
by an able Corps of CUriters
exertion or excitement will,
gi t the hoi sc laugh proper. If I rnrelv tails t i pr luce abundantly
completely exhaust the nerves,
sell a pair of pants I must treat the tin- war will prove almost a total
The Am. rican Farmer is the only Literary Farm Journal published
It ti ls -, „■
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or rupture the walls or arteries
family to candy and cigars; If 1 failure.
of the heart, and it will stop.
Relieve this terrible strain at I
buy a load of potatoes I must do
with Dr. Miles’ Heart
the same, t ustomers who are
It invigorates and
able to pay hang on to their money
strengthens the heart nerves
The latent newe from PariR, i<*
and muscles, stimulates the
w hile I p iv ten per cent at ihr
that they h AVc ili*c<»vrrt‘t 1 n ilia-
heart action, ami relieves the
bank to gi t ready cash
I have a ui.m I . tire f : . t sumption
Ifvou pain and misery.
big ••I 'i
-s during li.ud tiuicaaiid tear < tnauiup’i in >r |n • i.monia. it
Take no chances ; make your
< l ops from people who arc will, howt vi'i. Le l>esl tor voti to heart strong and vigorous with
Dr. Miles’ Heart Cure.
willing to tiade with me providing take that groat r <*u,‘dv im iitmned
CITY MEAT MARKET’
Always on h- nd
GROCERIES ANO RANCH SUPPLIES.
Barbed Wire, Stock Salt, Ztc.
¡ice for sale, deliver
loall our Subscribers
T H E
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For the next three months, we offer this paper free with
I can dupli, ite , .Hal.'gut- htiuse
pi ices and wait until .1
hit m\ in >nc\
My » ili - Hi lgII
tisi In ax y w In n I sell sugar ami
too light w hen I buy b ilter. l'm
a thief, a liar and gl (iter. Il I
smile I am a » dtsoapv hy piu i ite,
if I don't I am a grump
Is «eit.unly a snap.
he looks over * i o,o< >0 ' worth of
book ava ■unts, di go.ul, and w in A
bv M 1 MeGt
>l Vanlt or, Tenn
"I hail a cough. f >r fourteen vears.
Nothing li. ip.,1 ui until I lib'll Dr
King • New D
, fir Contunip-
tion, Cough, iud Colii- which gave
Instant reh. f. ai>J vile, ted a |M*rma-
nent ” Cnripialled quick cure for
Throat aid Lung Troubles At
Citi Dtllg Store pr i-e •<V' ind$l.
guaranteed Trial Bottle free
I .iiff.-rv,! IrrrlMv with heart .It,-
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thr X r.v ..it tnr.
with hl* nteiliciim hr .av.- : < > ni.u.
Inn a hnlali oT ntr. Rom., tunr I. (...
thi, a VI
V'u", of St I. ‘u. wa.
In our t. «rn
Ik aaw ntv c. n.lltlon
and rr“.n»wi-nd..l t'r Vtit,«’ Hoar,
Ourr to tn.- 1 (lrr it lift’.. ..tt. ' Tt. -t
until my r> turn p .m Memphis ahm
I «uwlu.l I t.. try It an.l . n pier .,I
t ro bolt . , ol n-r
rutiier*, ill.- M-
Dr M lot* Hyart Cura la »o'J by
your tfruoo o who
“ miarantra that
too «nt e it • r.
If It U ,
ha w I ref, n , your more.
Miles Medical Co . Elkhart. Ind
his oner is made to all new subscribers, and all old ones who pay up all arrears
't now ,tnd April i. 10^5.