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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1905)
MIST BE ACTUAL SETTLER
th fence around the silent city
SHEEP KILLING GANG CAUGHT
may give it to hnu and b • eceipted
far >ame. Now we wish you to
publish the names of those that
BROKEN UP BY THE NERYE OF A
hav given and am unt given.
Now if you will publish this free
ot charge let me kn w.
Mrs. J. E Haines,
SIsgle Hinded he Arrest, Five -Bad Meo’
And Secure, Necessary Evidence
For Tbelr Conviction.
The Portland Daily Telegram
Chas. Davis, Harney
Mrs. A. M Houser Do. .
telle as follows of the breaking up
and the United States courts. Upon
the re-orgamzation of the Eleventh
Michigan Infantry he i lisle.! as|
A QUICKER MAIL SERVICE
N. U. CARPENTE«, C ashier ,
A. C. WELCOME. A sst . C assi ».
JOHN D DAI.Y. Paas
C. CUMMINS, V ick P kw
private in Compauv A, in March, PETITION ASKING FOR A TWENTY-
1865, and was soon after appointed
FOUR HOUR SCHEDULE.
sergeant major of the regiment. He
J was afterward given the position of
Federal and State Law Are Both Very Clear
■ second lieutenant of Company A, in Department Ignored the Recommendations of
On the Sab|ect*-A Good Law That
Post Masters and Advertí«*» for
He went as far
Will be Better L'aderitood.
Bids L oder old Schedule.
' south as Tennessee, southern part,
tlJarranta itufht at tÀa marital /trita
and was commander on detail duty
A Salem special to the Oregonian
The post office department is
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
1 at Chattanooga until the close of
says: “Actual settlers” are the only I
the war, Than he returned home,
persons to whom the state will
various mail contracts.
8am Graves, I.awen.........
N U. Carpenter,
issue deeds to arid land reclaimed Geo. Buchac.an.Harney,
C. A. Haines.
J. W. Geary,
il. Nt. Horton,
i ticed until 1867. when he came via are let for a period of four years,
.. 2.50 county:
under the provisions of the Carev ; L. w. Shepard,
Silvie»,......... 1 501 The discovery, capture and con New York, Panama, San Francisco and from the circular issued bv
This is the requiruient of Mr. Dickenson, Lawen, ..
2.50 viction of the Edmondson family,
the federal law and the state law. Bailey Hayes Do...............
200 father and two eons, who far years He practiced law and took up min- | there are no changes in the exist
.•»ooerxwr»-*»* o-o««"»-»o«o<■»•«■> <»•«■>
and is one provisions contained in ! C W. Drinkwater Do. .
1.50 have maintained an outlaw strong I ing also. In the outbreak of the ing schedules between here and
M. A luandkr , PuaaiDBKT.
C. E. K un von , Cashier
the form of application which was ! Robt. Coplaud, Westfall
1.00 hold in Wheeler county, from
1 the railroad points.
W m . J onbi , V h ' k -P kxsidsst .
C. W. Piarr, Asst. Cashier
made public by the State Land Mrs. Riley, Do
1 00 whence they have raided ranches ized a company and was commis
Before issuing the circular call-
Ethel Elliott Harney .
150 throughout the county, slaughtered sioned captain by Governor L. F. ; ing for bids the department asked
A man applying for a deed to I Mrs. Geo. James, Do ....
200 sheep and stealing stock at will is Govern He was in the thickest of the post masters along the routes
land reclaimed by an irragation Ida Seward, Boise Idaho .
.50 a remarkable story.
for recommendations tending to
company under the provisions of
Single-handed, a fearless, resolute Lava bed battle one of his men was [ improve the service.
At that ;
the Carey act must make affidavit
M arried —At the Presbyterian man ; who is known to the ranch
Intei'est Paid on Time Deposits.
1 time both the post master here
that be is a settler or intends to be parsonage on the evening of Sept. men of Wheeler county as Jesse killed and wounded in this battle,
j and at Ontario recommended a
We Solicit Your Banking Business.
come such. Before he can secure 21; Mr. S. Alberson and Miss Estella Selkirk, but who in reality is said being every fourth man of the en
a deed, he must make proof by his May field were united in marriage, to be a San Francisco detective, tire command The captain was 24-hour sumniei schedule and a
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander. Win. .Jones, E II Test,
own affidavit that he is an actual Bey. Irwin saving the words that arrested the Edmondeons and sec shot at many times, but was not 36-hour winter schedule between ! C. E. Kenvon. H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Rohl ins, William
He manifested Burns and Ontario. The post
Miller, Frank K. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
made them husband and wife. Mr cured their conviction. Yesterday seriously hurt.
<j»v<j»e<j»e -<j»v t'2«ev<jyu»c
this requirment hat- Alberson is foreman at the Alvord they were removed from the county great bravery, courage and coolness, master here further recommended
beuu understood by a large propor ranch anti the young lady of bis jail it Fossil to Salen, where they and this may truly be said of him that should the department not
tion of those who have taken steps choice c.iuie to Harney county two will do penal servitude far three io all of his military career. After llook with favor upon expediting
securing irrigated land, I years ago from south of Kansas years, the maximum sentence for the struggle he returned to his the Ontario-Burns schedule, a
practice and in ISM1 was appointed
there are many, especially those re liity M»>. The young couple left on ! »-beep killing.
HOWARD StaREt, rniaiOCNT
W. R SEBREE. Vier
through line between this place
of the United States land
A A COWDEN,
siding m the East, wh > will prob the 22 inst: for a wedding trip to I Selkirk captured two other mem
| and Tipton with an 18 and 24-hour yy
able fin 1 it inconvenient and ex i be Lewis&Clark fair. They will 1 tiers of the gang, one of whom, Arch office at Burns, and came thither schedule.
pensive t i make their actual set make their h nn»- at the Alyord McKay, is said to have been the in his own covered conveyance tions were ignored by the depart
leader and the most desperate of the Five year*» were spent at this labor,
tlements in order to oomply with ranch
ment and bids are asked for under
McKay broke jail at Fossil, also attending to the practice of
old schedules with separate
and evading the pursuing posse, law, and in 1896 he was elected to
No term of residence is rtquired
Eighth Grade Examination
made his escape from the state. The
and there is nothing in the law to
the 1 liter place
For the benefit of those wishing other man broke jail at Prineville
prevent a man ceasing to be a set
A General Banking Business Transacted
tler as soon as ho secures hisdeed, to enter the nigh ,-ebool, and who
The people of this place and
The storv of the deadly raids on
except that his ceasing to be a set have not passel the ight grade
points are not satis-
tler might lie taken as evidence that examination, I t 1 ho I an eighth sheep ranches in Wheeler county is
l.ike Finding Money.
fled with the present mail faciliti-s
he w; s not an actual bona fide set grade ex.iminati a m the 28—29 ! an old one. For mure than three
years the ranchmen have peen
of this month(S» pt.)
tler wh-tn he mile th’ itiilivit
Finding health is like finding and have repeatedly asked fora
M. E Rigby, County school Supt. preyed upon bv a cold-blooded money—so think those who are quicker service. The schedules
The law does not define an “act
enemy, and frequently when a sick. When you have a eon Uh, recommended by the post master
ual settler.” The Carev act, and
the contract between the state and Speed Program Fair Beginning Oct. Id round-up failed to account for manv cold, sore throat, or chest irritation should have had consideration by
missing sheep they were found after ; better act promptly like W C Bar
the Secretary of the Interior, men
the department as they were en
tedious searching, piled in secluded ber, of Sandy Level, Va
tions bona fide settlers The ordi
He say»: tirely reasonable and just.
Quarter-mile darh, Harnev County ■
“I had a terrible chest trouble,
nary interpretation placed upon
L. Woldenberg Jr. lias been
the term is that one asking for a saddle horses that never won public by the ranchmen’s enemv. Often caused by smoke and coal dust on
money. Purse, $40.
times as many as 300 sheep were my lungs; but, after finding no re- circulating a petition asking the
deed to land reclaimed under the
Quarter-mile dash, tree for all. Pune found killed in a single spot. Num
department to withdraw the dr
! lief in other remedies, I was cured,
Carey act must be in good faith »100.
Ratus $a.oo and $2 50 per day.
j cular asking for bids on the two I
by Dr. King's New Discovery for
making his home upon the land
Half mile dash, tree lor all maidens,
stolen and never accounted for.
Consumption, Coughs and Colds ” contracts mentioned. Every pat-
at the time he makes the affidavit puree, »100.
One mile trot or pace, be,t 2 out of 3
About a month ago Bob Edmonil- 1 Greatest sale of any cough or lung | ron of this post office, as well as
At least Oregon has one good law
heats, for horses bred and raised in son went into the woods and did
This modern new hotel was only recently opened to the
I medicine in the World. z\t the the offices between here and the
in the above and yet it might be Harney county. Purse, »100.
not return. Little thinking hie I City Drug Store; 50c and $100; railroad will gladly sign this peti
public. Harney County people will be always welt»»ine
better. It should have been made
brother had been marched to jail a' ! guaranteed
Trial bottle free.
and courteously cared for. A first class bar in connection.
so strong that the “actual settler”
Three-eighths mile dash, for Harney the point of Selkirk's gun, Jim; the
county and city officers, have al-1
part could not be questioned Such county saddle horses. Pune, »50.
11 aving sold the furniture busi
other brother, accompanied Selkirk
ready signed the petition.
was the intention of the law in the
Tnree-eighlh mile dash, free for all
to a secluded spot, where he met ness, C. A. Byrd will now turn bis
The petition sets forth the fact I
first, place and as such it should be Purse, »100.
attention to painting and paper
Three-utile novelty race; walk first his brother’s fate A few days lat- j hanging and solicits a share of that this section is being rapidly
mile, trot second mil», run third mile. • r McKay and another man, who i your patronage
He will also con settled tip and that the population1
There is not the least doubt but
bad made the Edmondson duct a cabinet and repair shop.
will more than double during the |
land grabbers interpreted the Carey
home their etrongnold, and who
Act differently and thought they
term of the contract. It should'
had been leaders of the band found
DOC SURELY REASONED,
D on C ahuín B oyd
saw an opportunity to make a big
have the consideration of the de
saddle horses. Purse, »50.
Fucv« lu tk« Cane Certainly Seemed to
haul in the land business but they
partment and if inves.igated our
Half mile dash, free for all. Purse, Winchester, and they too, were
Strengthen This Man’,
now find themselves "up agains it ” »100.
demand fora quicker service will
taken to jail.
Many people were not favorably
One mile trot or pace, best 2 out of 3
When trials came at Fossil last
certainly be granted
"1 see,” salt! the St latuls mau, ’’tba’
impressed with the Carey act in the beats, 2:50 class, free for all Purse
tbv question of whether animals think
first place and with good cause. »150.
Half-mile dash, tor ponies under 14Jt crimes to have been committed by or not U now being much dlacussed in mitting the mail under the pi esent 0
Now, however, it will be better un
bands high, ridden by boys under 14 thi-* band of desperadoes, notably the papers."
"And which side do you take?” was I schedule that should not be per •• J
derstood and perhaps be given years of age. Purse. 20.
the slaughter of Tom Fitzgerald's asked, says the Chicago bally News.
mitted, a» it very seriously inter
more universal support. The re
sheep. In sentencing them, the
"I know they think. When I was a
with the transaction of busi
quirements, or rather conditions
boy I went after harvest apples once,
Four anti a half furlongs, free for »11 judge stated that they should get and the farmer's dog drove me up a tree ness, resulting in some instances
laid down by the state land board
.30 years, instead of the tnaxium of and kept me there tor five hours ”
I’ aykttk , huno.
|O xtauo , fiarnos.
I Purse, »150.
are not too rigid. They are just in
‘ But that doesn't prove that he had 1 to great injury and loss to indiv id-
One mile trot or pace, best 2 out of 3 I three years provided under the law
Ontario offii'o New Wilson Brick
uals. “Uncle Nam” owes us bet-
1 heats, free for all Puree »150.
Selkirk got the $1000 reward of-
,i ’’Hold on The farmer was away from ' ter mail service and our demand
The land laws of the United
Five-mile dash, for Harney t ounty
fared bv the Oregon W »»»growers home and didn't return until sundown,
States have needed “fixing” far Saddle liorsee. Purse »75.
association, and at their meetim* to and then he took me down out of the is just. Copies of this petition
In fact they have in
tree and gave me fhe walloping of my
FIFTH day ,
morrow they will levy an assess life In the first plate, the dog knew should be sent to every post office
vited graft from the start and all
Five-eigbtb -u. . dash, free for all. ment to raise this amount
He is that his master waa gone; In the second along the line. Make the depart
but few who were able have taken Purse, »150.
still living in Wheeler county, kef p- he knew that he wouldn’t be back until ment know we all demand quic k
One mile tr>>» or pace, l>e»t 2 out of 3
tundown thirdly, he knew 'hat If h-
adv intage of it
Big holdings have
ing eye, open for further violations came back and found me I'd got a htd- er mail scrviie.
been acquired through this method i.e.its, slow n» •• change driven.
TRIHCH dr DONEGAN, Proprietors
ng, lastly if li wasn’t all reasoned out,
of the law
en I in such a manner that it w uld Puree J25
Ten-in.le relay ra must use 5 saddle
be hard to convict them
Ir-.-. 4l’^h CAPTAIN HARRISON KELLEY '»ours to bite a tramp who was stealing
turnips farther down the road” I still
If a * Teddv” Roosevelt had ’ *-*•:
have one mure reason."
at .| e helm 20 years ag > “actual
"And that Is*"
The following biographical sketch
That three months later, when I met
»•■•tier»” would tie occupying manv
»if the late Ha.nson K«llev »1« that dog on the steps of the meeting
acr*s that are now belli by the big
taken f'om ft.e hi.tory f II it* *-v house of a .Sunday he bolted for h».ni-
and "ibrr Ev.t.rn O -gon c »umir. like a streak of greased lightning
Would be have done that If he had nt
published *»y the Western Hlelorit- thought I had a brickbat under my
Barney Cenetery to be Fenced
al PuMiebitig Co, tn 1902
UNDER CAREY LAW.
OF BURNS, ORECON.
A General Banking Business Transacted
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Tirsi Rational Bank s
CALDWELL, IDAHO *
THE CARTER HOUSE.
All Outside Rooms—Near Depot
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
Napton & Boyd
Mines and Mining.
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
X/Eculso Tlxle ZZeeid.q.ixsirtoi£3.
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection
A MATTER OF HEALTH
Otis Creek. S-p’ 15, 0.»
Manager Timer-Herald: — Me
have been preparing to build a
1 nee around the cemetery at H»r-
1» . and have through contribu-
Inu . and other means raised near!)
enough money to build the fence
Now we wish you to make mention
th’ ugh your columa that I am
going away for the benefit of my
health and far the purpose of
sch -ling toy little daughter Ethel
ami will not return for some lime.
The funds will be left with mr
husband and any one wishing to
( re any thing toward» completing
Mr Kelley was bom In St Joseph
county Michigan, on N ven,her 2
1838 Iwi* g h
son of Harrism
and Nancy ( E lgar) Kelley, natives
I respectively, of Virginia and Ken
fought in the Revniun n
subject attended sc h< a, I it. M 1» git.
then went tn the Baptist I'mvetedy
at Hilledaie. afterward graduating
from the lew department of ib*
Slate University of Michigan St
Ann Arbor Thi» eras 186H
commenced th» practice of law h
Sturgis, Michigan, and »»■ adonu
•d vo the »opteme eenrt of the »late
India Quake Eatended to Baltimore.
The seismograph at Johns Hopkins
university, which Is the Instrument
nwd for Indl.atlng th** extent of earth
quake In all pa
parte of the world, was
n<M by l>r Harry Heldlng Reid
f ay. April lu and It was
that i be I Mg quake m India
«&a faubfuily r* glater*-d T be tremor
in Bai timor»- due to this quake In India
ta'wl fvo hour« although the earth-
quake itn*lf waa »0er In a few minutes
was due 10 »be fact that certain
rting ware* 'ravel more rapt IIy
than others, an’ 'he tremor is there
for* spread oyer * onstderatdy mor»
time the forth
away from the seat
of the orlr nal ( lake the particular
place In quee»,.*n happens to fie—Bal
The Finest of All
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
1er Sak Daly at
Hotel Burns Bar
A ents, purns, O
Rothoi i Hr»»
Distributer» Portland, Or g n