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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1905)
eign o am**u
>. h i help to their Brit*
ish brethren in -
near or dl»Umi
The tickets are now made op
sea - it r
nt rescues from
SATURDAY. JULY :l, HO.Ì
the most interesting Presi-
drownin ' -n r « t U recognized by
the board of trade by the presentation dential
campaign the Lnited
HSI'I’J PTION rates
I hese are conveyed by the
king s fo!«!_ti
me -enters and States has ever known sine
( conferred hi igh the proper channels. has begun.
And it is the most
Besides his dispatches and other
things intended for the British embas
Which will it be, Parker and
sies abroad, he is often place i in
charge j.f ; oil sometimes a vanioad Davis or Roosevelt and Fair-
presents .nt by th»* royal fainUy
Nobody knows yet t, but
to relatives an<| friends. He is the cus banks?
todian ot i
When they The Thrice-a- W ee k World will
are bought th» v are taken to a special
n office The rail . tell you promptly, fully and trutli-
way <■«. (
an notified of their fu)ly every movement of a hot and
( . W. Fulton.
imminent tra? ' and make arrange
ments a-■ ; ! r.
The mesenger sees thrilling campaign.
A ..Mi rawford.
that they a¡*
< • t d!?. packed and put newspaper now prints (acts rather
on the rail .
patries them as
F. 1 . Dunbar.
than hopes, and it has always been
C. N. Moor*.
far a Pari-
the British em
ha;/.* of them. He does the effort of The Thrice-a-Week
J. K Whitney
not return empty handed. It may be
World to tell the thing that has
- irney home he has in
? ( . Wolverton that on 1! d
» F. A. Moore
his < harge in addition to documents, happened exactly as it happened.
anothí'i \;üd< ol of gifts
These are Thus you can judge for yourself
taken to ti •• foreign office, whence they
are diHtril.i.tc'1 ro the king and queen and form your opinion.
ami other n ■ id.er of th* royal family
There is also a great war going
urt meet« rhe Thin! Mouday iri for whom they nrc intended.
in the East, where The World
iirrth Monday in October.
On all the ■ journeys which, as may
the messen has a brilliant staff of correspond
J L Hitz be Imavinej. .u. \ari>
L. Band gers are met by representatives of the ents in the field, and their reports
They are Immedi
ately recognized |>y a certain badge are found regularly in the columns
The me: ‘ ip . i know their way about,
of The Thrice-a-Week World.
for all are excellent linguists, but the
The Thrice-a- eek World’s
badge is ........... ary and serves its pur
¡lose. In that, on < rowded platforms, regular subscription price is only
with passengers rushing to the exits,
it hastens identiffcation, and therefore $i.oo per year, and this pays for
saves time for in case of dispatch 156 papers.
We offer this un
bearers it frequently happens that ex-
pedition i: of the utmost importance. equalled newspaper
it is a sit ular fact and worthy of Times-Herald together one year
being recorded here that no matter
how strained have been the relations for $2.50.
between Great Britain and neighbor
The regular subscription pi ice
ing countries ilie iriPSKengere, whether
the two papei s is $ J.
they be s| <•< ial treaty ones or those
« arrying ordinary dispatches, have
m vi-r been interfered with. They have
not however, been without their ad
While n¡» ieng( i > have
roiigli u * ■ then- are Instances on
reioid of their having been shadowed
Every European government has a cer
tain numltcr of HpieH in ris employ
iii<*nt. The king'g mew sengers are well
Nothing is omitted that concerns
aware of this fact, and I it Ls ever ¡»res
1 he interest of buyers and scllri
¡ent with them (luring their journeys
.They nr»* always on the alert when in the live stoc k, grain, provisions
I they meet an affable, loquacious and
cunningly InqiriHltlve 1 man in a rail I produce and financial markets—
way carriage on a foreign railway. The the quotations are comprehensive,
work of foreign messengers is much
easier now than it was during the early and are in every way reliable.
Victorian era. That period suggests
The Journal in addition carries
te H ods journeys made by mail coach
day a full and truthful re
Journeys attended with discomfort ami
danger. But now, thanks to the grow i port of tne world
news and pre-
ing amity which marka iDteraattooal
relations many important dispatches.
interest to the average reader.
liHheito tariii d by m> « ngers are in
trusted to the ordinary postal service. The Jouanal’s woman’s page, the
The tendon« v. in fad, is to curtail the
<ost of the • perial messenger service, illustrated •sportlang news page,
and nrently tr< h arrangements were Journal stories and comic pages
made, th« • lb 1 t of which has been to
l> the method of and other good things muke it a
I transnritt inj important documents be- very popular family newspaper,
tw(« 11 London and I’aiis, at any rate.
dean and bright from A to Z and
Hut there will always be special for
eign s'Tvice in»■ . eng» i s who will be year’s end to year’s end.
ns|uhed to make prjiodlcal journeys
Daily, one year by mail, $4;
to Berlin, St. Petersburg, Vienna and
other European capitals.
six months, .$2.25; three months,
READ the market news
The Oregon Daily Journal
•ThmI iH an extremely well groomed
man, isn’t he?”
**Yi*s; bin h( <au t help It; B's be-
* many dr. bslugH down
from his wlf»
Detroit Free PreM.
Ready Mode Met chant Marine.
Japan will not need to worry alsnit
u merchant marine when (big war is
over. She ha cot quite a handsome
nucleus in th»’ 40 blockade runners
Hying the liars of various nations and
tarrying Itu ian supplies, which she
ha raptured ami now anchored wlth-
t.'i her harbor-
lohu W lllliltg, ( h l It
< tn England,
«fully being mined
ave also I htii (Ha
in the north of
DUTIES OF DISPATCJI BEAHEHS
OF THE ENGLISH MONARCH.
Semi-weekly, io . j issues, one
Weekly, $1. The issues of tne
Semi-Weekly and Weekly |ourn-
al also contain the market news
and all of the features of the Daily
The Times-1leral.l clubs with
the journal at the following rates
for both papers:
REVISED table of information
THE NEW YORK WORLD
areful and thorough investiga-
T he fol. tnug table has taren compiled after
actual resource« cl Harney
don of ad record« and atatietiee obtainable and give,
county, every item of which can be proven
Wool clip annually, Harnev county
Sheep ahippe annually
Cattle shipped annually
Horsesand mules shipped annually
Mercbautli.-c -iipi c i into inerchants.
Merchandise shipped direct t*> ranchers
Stock salt ami -ulphur
.Stage freight at 3 cents per pound
l«eayes Burn« ,Jailv
at 6:30 un,. vr;v..6
! ly from Ontario at 5 ,,
The only through ,
transfer route ft ,n j
K* al mri.
The Harney t ouuty Live Stock A bbot iation
will pav Five Huiulred Dollars Reward ivi the
2,100,000 and <• 'ivu rion of ar.v porson or persons who good eating
::,0oo kill. hh-n. ! drive orf any horses, mules or
■5,000 cattle belonging to any member of the A bboc I b - distances along the ,ou|f
tion. I hi- ' ountx court also offers an addl-
t.nra reward of Five Hundred Dollars.
W. B J ohnson . Pres 8.8. WILLIAMS,«
I'.uriih, ' 'legon.
BRANDS .ND P.O ADDRESS OF MEMBERS.
Pawsengerd Ly -t
1 initially, • amj at |1U.
Passenger* by private con voyances, i,5G0
L. Woldenlwrg Jr ,\ge|jt
Mail contract ¡i
jinn Additional Reward.
above I offer
under the same con-
Number of sheep owned in 1 larney county
Number of sheep summered in Harney county
bar on bothoreither
Number of cattle owned in Harnev county
jaw recorded in
G R (js> \ [ x
Tons ot hay grown annually in Harney, over
Harney, Lake and _IATE.N1 Ml.m^^l
Tons of hay grown annuallv, in a radius of 30 mile of Hurns
Horses vented w hen
sold. Horses sold
to pass through this
Aresol land. acre.
section will be re
ment of (Ln
ported in this paper,
rite or ft __ lephone
reponetf, »1 • 1 s w ------
___ penniarmhip n
The I11 - ll< raid. Maiu 3*24. Burna, (>ie.
Of abov»- amount
324 acres are in forest reserve and Carey selections.
W. W BROWN, Fife Oicgon.
a splendid peun,
Utter lemeiig, Burns, horses. P(’ on leftsti*
oftl. - ,Hlg j
fillable, assessed .
fie; » at . mine <»n either hip; eaimarks crop
| by prominent I' ubg,. p,, ‘f-g
Non tillable, assessed
• • •
1O°*845 and bplit in left ear, swallow fork anc*
under bit in ritcht.
Improved, not patented
and Boards ofE.l
M Fenwick, Burns, horses, double dot vertic
i leological survey of Silver Creek
Susceptible to irrigation under I
. 336,00o albaroii l.-fr shoulder, cattle, I. on right hip and America. - inl
tw*. underbits in each ear; a’so som
branded bar I on right ribs; earmark, unde sorted aizea -
Carey selections, approved
44,000 half crop in left ear.
Rond Companies Land.
single sample 2.-... \\ |, , I
976,000 ’ nimkH. i o|. .11 left cur, -wallow fork In right a single ring, st
Suaieptibl -to irrigation.
J B Withers, Harney, horses, combined TJP woman, or child.
Tillable bench land above irrigat on liue, over
' i.n left shoulder cuttle, hall Hide cross ou
Amount now covered bv Malheur Lake which would be drained and re*
either hip: earmarks, upperbit in right t ar, un
PENN MEO. SUPPLY CO
derbit in left.
i U r : ih lee River in reservoir
No. 118 S. Fourth Street, PHI!
Water Ea< ¡lilies >¡Ivies River, Silver creek, McCoy creek, Blitzen River, and
Martin Bros.. Burns, cattle, double dot hori
zonal bai on either hip: earmarks, upperbit in
ten smaller -dreams.
light em. sv.allow fork in left, wattle on right
Altitude 1,100 feet-same as Salt Lake Valley.
,aw ; ti!b<> some branded cir< le N on right side
Mean Temperature- 12.
U L >hinp!ei’.reke! r.iirius, horses, 5 on lef
shoulder; • utt!- . • <•!, right Eide and hip; ear
Annual precipitation—12 inches.
< r<>p oil ¡,. hr .m < ;np and under half
Mint rain 2,200 pounds of borax mined and hauled by team from Demo, Ore
crop off left.
gon, to Winnemucca, Nevada, daily, being all that is developed to speak of.
Fred beiiMi••'.!, Bun .., horses, FD on the left
Crops—Wheat, .ate, r>e, barley, alfalfa, sugar beets, hope, potah rs ami all i-huuiilt
i. « attle Fl> on left side earmark, uu-
kinds of hardy fruit-anti vegetables.
der half crop in each ear.
RJ Williams, Riley, horses, < B on the left
thoulder. t att I- > 1’>>n left hip; earmarks, crop
i t! left < tii i nder Im i crop od right, wattle un-
■ lercbii: xlfeo caitle Lran-l- d .-'S, crop and un-
■ it rl-it in left ch !, iiioiei hall crop in right’ also
a 'a- J 1 on h it ni f i o.p arid split in left ear,
under half crop in right.
H II Elliot’ Nai i > ,vs. horses, 1 h combined on
cattl« i combined on left hip; ear
mik, up- ‘ r fclopc or eai h ear wattle on chin
and bell collar.
Alvest* I -miih, Nairows, horses. HHon right
¡eg; cHttle V : fl.. t ariiiai k, under half eropand
abort over slope iii each ear jughandle and
ry «4 writ* toiu
you. get it
P G <mith, Barns, horses, quarter circle S on
right hind h g and left shoulder; cattle, quarter
'•ircle> on either hip; earmarx, crop off right
W. P. Fuller A Co. Portland
■ ar. split in under side of left; two dewlaps.
A E Y oung. Bums, horses, Y on left leg and
on ugh! shoulder: also lx»ot on
leit slioii i I. t : < attle, rooking chair on left hip;
earmark, right t ar drooped down, left cut slop
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum
ing to«ar.is lo ad on upper side; wattle on lef
sideof neck; all animals dehorned.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
KV Eli Y WHIRL’
< P Rutherford, Burns, cattle, bar 2 on left
side . urmark, uud.-r haif crop right ear; horses
bar 2 on left shoulder.
Thus Wingfield, Burns, horses,® (chainlink)
on leit shoo d r. < attle. same on.left side: mark
crop ott left ear, short overslope In right.
Juhii Craddock. Silvies. horses, S-S on the left
Htereosooj«■ \ pi i.u atu.«
I "boulder < attle, - > on right side; mark, ctop
iorU ,n Ieit’ '>wlap on The Binalleßt stereoi- <>j.
etFect Highly til .
. rent fi..
I W E muth, Bums, cattle, XI on right aide: optical
ors with rich gol<l
. urau .r
Burn», - - - Oregon
i ¥ SEN
G Hudspeth, Burns. < attle, s( iasors on right View* of art (genre;, i t.
Sent everv where prepnid i!
bHIe; mark, crop and split in each ear.
Sim« n l.eu.s. Bums, cattle SL on right side.
1 H;k ' P :i' 1 nndvri.it in h it ear, croi. «nd
under hall crop oil right.
"I’/. H Bum.
w I„r „„ ligtll
Imr ....... hip; mart,
Stenographer and Notary Public
split in ea< h ear. wattle unaer chin.
Burns, horses, reverse Lou
B urns , - O heoon .
' i bt.tir ( attic. i . on left bip. mark, metal tae
in ea<-h ear With full name ami addres
(»dice lu ( itizciib Bunk Building
I r “C "
O' ,.u right .rule, r altl.
Lumber rd-! annually feet
Fuel wood ff“ld annual I, cord:
Fence post- ?o!d annually,
PJ ONEER :
LILIPUT STERIOSCOPE CO.
MfiRSDEN & GEÄRY.
Physicians .mil Surgeons.
J A Williams, \ an, horses, 71 bar on stifle-
cattle, bar 11, on |Hft rii-s; mark, unde.-bit iu left KODOL digests what you eat
car, under slope in right.
' ••mbiuedon left
cleanses, purifies, strengthen!
ci'-. • atth, „ on left side: mark, uuderbit in KODOL
and sweetens the stomach.
right ear, eit split in half lower part lopped
doW n against side of head.
Indigestion, dysrepsla. and
all stomach and bevel troubles.
b.ire’ropm rlxm ear'.'uXil.it intft""
< JJoniKinr, Kiley, cattle, O tar on left uh. KODOL accelerates the action of the gas
niar kb. «»allow fork Hl right car< ,pll, jQ
tric glands and gi. es tone to the
JKcorabined on left hip digestive organs.
.1'11» .nd S m K
KODOL relieves an overu- d stomach
'"Tso. Xlcotnbluerl ■ '
of all nervous s air. gives to
’ • •
■ ■ ■■■ ■>. -h ...niMnerl on the heart a full, free and un’rammsled
' PC' h.lt<r..pln leftr-ar.
the nervous system and
. ,itl.'.".i','" ? •
feeds the brain.
From Huntington Ore
Salt Lake.Denver, Ft
Worth, Omaha, Kan
sas City, St. Louis.
Chicago and East.
(r PhtHlf .Vo. fö
Salt Lake.D< nver.Ft.
Worth. < loialia. Kan
sas City, St. Louis
Chicago and Fast.
PROFESSIONAL ( ARDS
Carefully Picked Men, Generally
Army Ofllerni. Who Ara In
trusted with Hie Ma
< Htice ii|-tairs in Vix gtly Building
Sunday school a
first Sun.Lit of encl
o’clock u 111. I In the
and fourth Sonda1 <
(M EAN anti RIVER SCHEDULE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
lift ice tiret door west of Bank
ATTORNEYS - AT - I.AW
R ihns ,
WiUaaiattr â Yaaihill
Forest Reserve Scrip
b a. tn
4 30 p m
Tuesday Portland Corvallis Tuesday
Thurs A and Way Landing« Thurs Á
C opyrights Ac.
Anyone sending a sket *-»w»nd d* - rir " ”
; wattle; horses. 44 on le.t Btitfe
h ear’ ljeI1 quietly
ascertain our opinion free'« I* * H ' aa
invention is prob al.) y pntentablc. r u.g ...
. 'h";1 i.‘;r,k;,o^ya.!^™v- s t4ousstrletlyeonndenti.il
. IUndt»-' xcc- ?i>*eB««
•ent free. <>l<le«t « r . iicv f* r s<*iu Me
Patents taken through Munn n (. ■: t '
»prclal notkf, without
n in the
I iu es. h ear
gh ' abo !wo “nderblta
A handsomely ¡IMstratM week'v Tor.cy’
vulation of an▼ selenitic ' r
•Mar: four months. |1. s. i
&Co. ¿35 3S,fh<!
””? New York
> -- . v
•■»WW brand cirri, v al», p
• b on left .boulder,
A N.H oar ,
K ■’‘’«■«•Mer Bur»,. .»1. <m
Huntington. Oregon K.H Meo«. hnrn,
nip. mark crup .. it .eft up,*, bll |, rlfb|
A I. CRAIG.
Gen Pass Ag t. Portland. Oregon b..r».., «me |en .bouhter,
A I MOHLER Prwi.Ient
.7^:*" - »
* MAXES PROPER DICT
tieiieral l'ra« tu e . I Medicine ai d
Ottica anti Residence at Ruriis Hotel
. V on
I 20 a m
il VACUUM lb
Oregon City, Dayton
and W ay-Landings
Rurns Drop i«t«.
j left .’LuiJS1'
b a m
I’raclict» in all the court* of Ore.
Collretiona promptly made.
Alli practice In the courts of Harner an>l
pcting »’very I'll tirada V
• rant countiea and tn the supreme court ol the
Ph«» p • t r will prmch at •late, and aleu lu I', s land offir«
• k tl third Sunday of
»nd H \ an the hh Sun-
11. I a -onat-ii.
ATT o HNI V-AT-I AW,
h< i 1 •»! »•
lb \ \
Careful attention given to Colivi
liona and Real Estate matter«
I u* Inaurane«'
rtwane sat/ hr t C FeVtn 4 C«. COIUM
horae», OR on left «title
bineSPm"1."'",'; hi,s t ;;?,!’
•houMer*rt'X*rr"''"- •■•*"*•• ’«r <’ "" "‘«l.ft
U. A KiMBuLn
t W. P awkimm
A t tor nay s-a t- Law.
10 a tn.
Barna (and Cany«»n (’ity. «Oregon.
I p. tu.
to start a
Biggs & Biggs
Bottl.« ontr. st.00 sue koldlnt 2X tltnas tbs M
■txt, which Mlis tor 50a.
All «ailing dates sub-
ject to change.
For San Francisco
every 5 days.
a i< bed lo the home service
reign cta it •• me sengem are
lly plckt'd men generally from
officer h educntthl and with char
for Int crllv
I he salary at
I to the ¡«»at i»i from £250 to
ami the» are allowed one ¡H»und
personal expenses. Alto
cost to the country In
U the wonderful remedy that Is
making so many s'..-kpeople well
s-wa and weak people strong by giving to their
bodies all of the nourishment that Is con
tained In the food they eat.
■ ■■■ .i n -
W astbu — TarrrwoaTHY mbs
«■ ■t’t to travtFand aiTerti«e for old
».labliabed Shouse of solid fiocamal
Salary |7'ii a year and rx
pan... ail payable in cash No eBovas
nag rv«(uirad Give refaraneea sa l en
■■l >.e »elf addretavd ••amped tavv'ope
Addr».« Manager 355 Caitoa Bld<