The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, October 28, 1905, Image 1

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li.» Oihv.al Paper of Hamcy (Jonnty,
L aa the largiti circulation, and in one <4
the I* wt advertising ruediumbin Eastern
Oregon.
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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, OCTOBER
VOL. XVIII.
Cvxers an im-.i of fì,42S,SOO acre« of
lumi. 4,71'1.(W iu les y< t vacant subject
to entry under Ilio | ublic land laws of •
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the United Stat«».
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July
N . V. CARPEN TER, C asrikk ,
■;d .-■ .
f August sufficient
JOHN 1' DALY. 1'iu.s
,Some miles south of Narrows are
' the Union Pocific magnate
A ■ WEI I OJIE, A sst . ( AMUCK
C. CUMMINS. V ick I' hes
[t.> ¡mure .t «’rep
some cliffs which are said to be cov­
“My information is th it Mr
i .!« i'll
Herald would suggest
DESoSIP I ION (IE HARNFY COUNTY BY ered with hieroglyphics stained on COLI MBIA SOUTHERN WILL NOT BE Hammond owns 50 |ier ce .t in the Bld iO 000 ACRE IdACT C ARET SELLA
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arlv
i
_ iiioo * t ibis tract
TION ON MARKET.
AGNES CAWLHELD.
the rock in various colors These
Astoria, and General Hubbard and
EXTENDED THROUGH.
I
l
itei
by
lord
people who may
do not seem to have faded at all.
H E Huntington the other 50 per
-.cor. choice seleclions before a
Il is euppoled lo be the work of the
cent.
A Ninth tirade Studcat ol Ike Might School Aztecs.
“The hesitancy on the part of The (treat Hartley Couutry Dotta'! 'Vati for i gem r.il rush of people comes from
Priimineot Railroad Man Dedarea That D<
(iorernincni aid to Reclaiat Iler
mil-m poin'.s lo-take advantage of
Awarded Firal Prias for Originality,
The climate of Harney County is
Mr Harriman to make extensions
claioa to Exited was Effected b>
Many Fertile Acres.
War rants òct/gAi at tÀe market price.
Thoughl aad I.«proxies.
th
opportunity. I lint they will
Neccaaity,
Not
Seatimeat.
himself is due to the fact that if he
moderate neither loo warin nor too
iime there is no question. The;
were to make the Corvallis or the
cold to he healthful
It is rather
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
The Times Herald is authorized
The Hart.ey County Fair Aasoci-
"E II Marriman has an option Astoria road hie own and a part of
Tin.-s-He: aid is in receipt of nine
<lry and we have no really severe
to announce that a por: 1 .1 of tin- I .-It,
1 >1 RFXJTO LiW
f i- quir.- this week regard­
alion offered 1 prize for the most storms.
on the Corvallis A Eastern railway, the ORAN or the Southern Pac- fine body of land seb'Ct.-d bv the'
N. U. Carpenter,
C. Cummins,
John
H
Daly,
ing
the
p.s.-ib,
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of
securing
concise ami original essay descrip­
The soil of Harney County is and can take over the Astoria <k cific, he would have to apply the Portland Ditch Company undei
H
. M. Horton,
C.
A.
Haines.
J.
XV.
Geary,
tive of Harney county, written by very fertile
It is often sai-l we Columbia River road whenever be common point rate to all tonnage the Carey Act. is ready to be talo n homes here ail of whom deBire land
Thomas Davis.
that
can
be
or
is
irrigated.
Accor
­
a high school student. The judges have the liest roads of any county wants it.
hauled over either road, which up by home seekers
Mr W E
ding to a Washington press dis­
awarded first prize to Agues, the in Oregon Our greatest drawback
“The Columbia & Southern will would mean that he would simply Buike who his been in charge of
H-yeor->ld daughter of Mr and is the lack of a railroad. The Wil not lie extended southward.
add to his haul without increasing the work made the stat- mei t I -t patch of Inst week this project has
.-»«->.-»•«-> -"»SO O» O ■<»•<« 40« r.-HC •uri»«'*’"»**'»
Mis J. (> C iwlfield, of this «•ily. lamette Valley ami Cascade Mount
“If the Harriman interests tra­ his receipts on freight originating Tuesday morning This was one been recommended by the Govern­
1 . K« won , Cashier
M. A lsxamikk , 1* b «: mi > knt
ment
Reclamation
Service
and
this
She ent «red the high school last am Military Road goes through the verse central Oregon, with a road of in the territory rerved exclusively of the first contracts to be approved
(’. \V. l’l . ait , Aunt. Cashier
W m . Josas, VicE-t*HKaiUKKT.
alone
will
attact
many.
month ami 1« in th« ninth inili«! northern end of Harney County by : tbeir own construction, it will be by those roads.
in Oregon and contains some of the
After witnessing the dilatory me­
“Nevertheless I believe lie will very best agricultural land in tin
Burns. The Oregon Central Mili­ tin Corvallis line that will be built
Tlia • -ay follows:
thods of the Government Reclama- i
extend the Corvallis line onward to whole of Eastern Oregon
Harney County is in the som h tary Road goes through the south­ onward to Ontario.”
lion Service The Times-Herald long
It is ern end of the County.
The foregoing statement made Ontario and open the interior of
eastern
purl of Oregon
The proposed plan of irrigation
relief from that
OREGON
has considered
ONTARIO p
The natural resources of Harney yesterday by one of the best inform­ • Oregon.
liouiid'd on the north by (Irani
has been approved by the govern­
developieg
the
source
toward
“If the Corvallis line be extend- ment and is ready lor inepiictiou
and Crook Counties, mi th«- weal by Courtly are forests of pine and fir ed railroad men of the west, who >
Intefe^t Paid on Time l)epofitn.
country out of
Harney
Crook and Lake Counties, on the which grow on the mountains in has been in a position to learn the > ed, as 1 am certain it will be, a by tile state engineer. Mr Burke Groat
placed ils hopes
We Soiled Your Banking Business.
S'.iilh I'jr Nevada, and on the east the north eastern part of the Coun- facts relating to building plans branch would be built northward guarantees m«>re water per acre the question and
in
the
efforts
<.f
private
enterprises
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Wm Jones, E. II. Test,
tiy M ilh’-ur County
It ih the ly. Wild hay which grows where His .pinion is regarded as worthy from the western slope of the Cas­ than the contract speciti ■», there is
that seemed to realize the advan­ I C. E. Kenyon, II. Alexander, Estât
f X!-n t Robbing, William
large-' County in Or. gon. It ia , the land is flooded every year and of acceptance and his statement of cades to Portland, probaldv through no question of its approval by th,,
tages ami possibilities here. It
Miller,
Frank
It.
Collin,
Thos.
Turnbull.
al
full
Silverton
or
some
point
near
that
anything
as
fact
is
taken
ab.mt one hundred and fifty miles minerals gold silver in the south­
state official.
would not sanction any “wild eat’’ v - usvjm . <_»••_- J su- -js*_-a ■• <_*» .»•*_■ .-«a.
long and sixty four miles wide, ern part of the County at Pueblo value, says the Portland Journal town.
The Portland Company has liven
scheme
that did not seem feasible,
“Take the map and study the one of the conscientious concerns to
“I happen to know just why Mr
having un area of alioul nine thou­ and chalk in the north eastern pail
but
is
ready
at all times to lend a
Harriman doesn't extend the CoJ- geography of the state and you will take hold of the reclamation of our
sand and six hundre.l square miles I of the County.
helping hand where the pYomoters
see
that
the
Corvallis
extension,
as
unibia
Southern
—
it
’
s
because
he
Tiie products of Harney County
its altitude IS almut four thousand
arid land and it is entitled to much
show a disposition to carry out tho
h
HOWARD SEBREE. PMCSIuL".»
W. H StLREE.ViCi *» «SIDENT
are cattle, horses, sheep, grain— knows th .1 the ,grades are almost I have indicated, would give an al­ credit for its persistant« uuder ad­
two hundred feel.
terms of the contract according to »j
R. A COWDEN, CASHIER
The principal mountain» of Har­ chiefly barley and wheat—alfalfa, prohibitive 011 Inat line and that most airline'.between Portland and verse circumstances. Tiie pumping
the provisions of the act in good
ney Comity aie Steins Mountains. potatoes, fruit, ami nearly all kimls the Corvallis & Eastern can be Ontario, with 30 to 40 miles less plants are a success, but the com­
faith.
built
to
Ontario
from
Idanha,
the
distance
and
lighter
grades
than
They are in the southern pait of of garden vegetables.
pany will not stop at its present in­
pr.
nt
western
terminus,
crossing
inai
i)
are
now
encountered
on
the
1
The
chief
industries
of
ilarnev
the County They are about nine
vestigations of the water supply.
\\ ANTED— Agents, Hustlers
thousand and two hundred feel 1 Conn'.y are stock raising and farm­ the Ca.-cade range of mountains, line of the O It «V N through i the Other plans are being considered to
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
ami maximum grade that would Blue mountains.
above sea level ami about five thou­ ing
inake the pi-oj. < t one of the safest
“Railroad men must obey the in the state. Mr Burke may put a who wants to enjoy a good hearty
The manufactories are four saw be i iicoimtered would be 2 per cent
sand t.‘«t above the plat<-aii on
which it stands They are one of mills, one flour mill, two breweries, on tho western side of the range command of the engineer who sur- power plant in tho mountains and laugh to send 50c for “Tips to
A General Bankin;, Bu iness Transacted
Agents.” Worth $50 tn any per­
the liighest mountain ranges in an electric light plant, two soda- and I I per cent on the eastern side veys the lines. It is not the opera­ operate his pumps by electricity
correspondence : invited
‘ 1'here is no mystery in his alti­ tor in Wall street, but the rough-
Easteri. Oregon. These mountains water works and a borax works in
The problem of irrigating that son who sells goods tor a living
If not satisfactory your money
tude
toward
the
Columbia
South
­
dressed
and
scientific
surveyor,
when their tops are snow clad are the southern part of the County.
tract does not depend upon other
bnck
Circular for stamp. The
very picturesque ami beautiful. The trade of 11 irney County is car­ ern. It is not a matter of feeling who determines where railroads facilities, however, t hat lias been
Dr. White electric Comb Co., Deca­
nor
of
am
thing
else
than
mere
to
­
shall
run.
And
they
are
the
fel
­
ried
on
in
freight
wagons
in
the
settled t 1 the entire satisfaction
There are other iiuiuntaiiiH
The principal city of Harney pography of the country and eco­ lows who have issued the ukase promoters anil the reclamation of tur, 111.
north riiwlern part of the County
that central Oregon must be enter­ the land is an absolute certainty
hut they are n*»t. no high aa Stein *» 1 Comity is Burns. It is in the north nomy of operation.
“The Columbia Southern now ed via the Corvallis extension rath­ In fact the company is .'■> certain
Alfalfa al (leer A Cummins
Mountain. Th«v an a spur of the ■ .central part of th« county. It is
runs
from
Biggs
on
the
Cc
’
urn
bi
a
United
er
than
via
the
Columbia
Southern
.the
Comity
seal
aixl
has
a
_____
that it is ready to guaianl.'.- wilt '
Bln» Mountain* ’there are sever- ■
AfttRIGAN PLAN
An
placea
riv
-r
southward
to
Shaniko.
over
prohibitive
grades.
”
,,
States
Land
Office.
Other
in
abundance
to
prospective
pur-
||ie
Lt,tic
Star
I mountain peaks in ddl'ient
ONTARIO, OREGON.
It is understood that the Harri­ chasers. This land will be sold in
places ova r the County for example: : are Narrows almut thirty miles ordinary freight engine can pull
about
only
-ix
or
seven
loaded
care,
1m-
man
interests
may
select
the
pass
;
south
of
Burns
and
Lawen
K.O acre tracts or less, with a small
Habl Mt in th« th siulhern part.
nginea railroad hauling the im- farther south through the Cascades payment down and the balance 011
China George, Proprietor.
,.f lb*- 1‘uiiiil« ami Jump* r Mt in t twenty mites south of Burns
Cor. Main and B Streets.
| There is a daily mail between , Iimr.se traffic that will «levelop ill counectlug wUh the Southern Paci­ easy terms. Purchasers i re to pay
the western part of the I ounty.
Rates $2.oo and $2 50 per day.
central
Oregon
over
grades
that
en
­
Burns
and
Ontario
and
mail
thre«*
fic
near
Albany,
but
The
Journal
s
an annual maintainance fie of a MBAliS AT fl Lt Lt HOURS
Ilarnev Valiev is the principal
valley • Harney County. It is in times a week lietween the following tail such heavv expense for motive informant inclinnl to the belief nominal sum per aero and upon the
Bakery in eonneetion
ml Canyun City, power and such slow running time. that the entrance would be in the last payment of tin purchase price
the i! <h central part of tin- Conn- places Burns
This modern new hotel was only recently opened to the
“The country traversed by the manner set forth in his statement of $ 10 per aero the purchaser has
tv anti has an area of about one ' Burns and Prineville, Burn* anil
A Specially of Short Orders.
public. Harney County people will be always welcome
Columbia
Southern
is
formed
of
a
Diamond
and
Burns
and
Crane
only tho actual expense of supply­
thousand eight hundred square;
Table furnished with everything
and courteously cared for A fir t ■ la bar in connection.
succession
of
high
ridges
running
i
Creek
The
population
of
Harney
tulle«. Most of this land is Inzell |
Ho there!—If you want to sell ing water for irrigating purposes to tho market affords Your patron-
eastward a d westward, with deep your property why don’t you list keep up. Water is to lie furnished ag,. solicited.
up in ranches bill from five bun. I County is about four thousand
Ilarnev County has good educa­ valleys between. To go southward it with Smith & Lewis? They HÌI1
dreil to »even hundred acres lie
tional
advantages
There
are across such a country means that see ten buyers to your one. They
vacant This ia chiefly unirrigat. il
many
public
Bchoo's
all
over
the
you must climb ridge after ridge will find you a buyer for your ranch
land but it has >.< 11 proven that
County.
Buri
s
has
a
good
public
ami bear enormous expense of op­ or city property, your horses, cat­
crops of various kinds can tie rais-
KA
. 1 her* successfully. Very little school with about one hundred and «■ration.
tle or sheep Call and get ac­
“For instance, the reason J antee quainted with them—the latch
irrigation ia uw-sary any place in seventy five pupils. Wo also have
the valley. S mm of the smaller a very good high school with atten- J Hill comes down the north bank string always Langs out. Main St
[I' i C ahi . ob Born
of the Columbia is to have the ad-
Burns, Oregon.
valleys of Harney County are Cat- dauce of about forty.
There are eighteen precincts in vantage of lighter grades than he
of
low valley ill the soullmrli part
|
Harney County and about nine encounters in crossing the Cascade
th. County and Diamond valley in
Don’t Borrow Trouble.
hundred voters. The officers are mountains in going to the sound.
th. . iitenril part of tlm County.
Commissioners, and when all has been said about
Clerk,
Treasurer,
rim principal streams of Harney
It is a bad habit to borrow any­
Sillier the north bank plan, the only real
Ctmr.ly are Hilviea River and Dun­ three in number. Assessor,
thing,
but the worst thing you can
motive that remains, after the pro­
in r ami Blilzen River. The Sil- inteiident and Stock Inspector.
possibly
borrow, is trouble. When
cess of elirnin. tion has been carried
vita River is in the northe'n part
sick, sore, heavv, weary and worn-
out, is the easy grade.
Naw Cure For Cancer.
of the County and flows south into
“Mr Harriman never will extend out by the pains and poisons of dy-
Malheur 1. ike
It ia about »evenly
now th. Columbia Southern because he pepsia, biliousness, Bright’s disease
surface
cancers
aro
P atctte , I daho .
All
OtTAHlO, Ouano*.
five niiiea lol g
Dunner and Blit­
and similar internal disorders,
knows
that
it
would
be
bad
rail
­
known
to
lie
curable,
by
llucklen
a
Sea
Wilson
Brick.
zeu River riws in the aouthern part
road judgment, but I am informed don’t sit down and brood over your
of the County and tlowa north into Arnica Salve Jas. Walters, of
symptons, but fly for relief to Elec­
that
he wants to extend the Cor­
Duffield, Va., writes. “1 had a can­
Malheur Lake. It is about fifty
cer on my lip for years that seemed vallis it Eastern because thereby he tric Bitters. Here you will find 1
tulles long. Silver I reek in the
incurable, till Bucklen’s Arnica would g“t into centra) Oregon from sure and permanent forgetfulness
north-weal« ru part of the County
Salve healed it. and now it is per­ western Oregon al the minimum of of all your troubles, and your body­
and Trout Cree k in the south east­
grades and attain the object aimed will not be burdened by a load of
ern part of the County are smaller fectly well.” Guarantee«! cure for
at with less expense of operation debt disease. At the city drug
•treama of Harm y County. There cuts ami burns. 25c at the city
TRISCII Jit DONEGAN, Proprietors.
“It has been proved by the engi- store. Price 50c. Guaranteed.
are many smaller atreama all over drug store.
ueers that the Corvallis
Eastern
the County.
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Having sold the furniture busi­
Up-to-date iob printing at i< neon may be extended from Idanha, the
The principal lakes of Harney
terminus on the western slope of ness, C. A. Byrd will now turn his
County are Harney 1 and Malheur able prices.
the Cascades, to the summit of the attention to painting and paper
Lakes. They are in the central
mountains through the Minto pass, hanging and solicits a share of
Les
Vanderbool
ami
wife
ariived
Malheur
is
part of the County
between
the Three Sistern and your patronage. He will also con­
the larger and there is much swamp here from l’rinville Monday where
Mount Jefferson, with a maximum duct a cabinet and repair shop.
they
have
resided
fir
the
p:i-t
year.
land atmul it These swamp* ars
grade of 2 per cent; cross the
covered with tul. sai <1 oilier swamp Th- v were called here by the quite
N Brown A- Sons sell Gol<l< n
V
u-
.1.
rf
»'I
’
s
mountains and go down the east­
serious ill««« e* of Mrs
grasses
Gate
Coffee.
ern
-Io;
with
a
maximum
grade
Hurney Lake is a v ry leu titi I in >tber, Mrs Venator.—Lakeview
f 14 t* Il per cent until the great
Herald
like. Il has -amiv s! r«s like that
¿fe
t«.i" . ..f t .-ntrai Oregon is reached.
..I’ th- sea sh >r"
Th water in it is
1er '. ale Only at
w lo 1 th. r id would run in
BETTER AND
ENDOKSED BY
• lit. It i- about tike, n mil«-» I. Iiy
. . 1 I .. I <-om i t • Ontario.
V
« ill be ’’lad to furnish
and four mile* wide.
SCIENTISTS AS
11 1| .1 h'-ur n er .0 I
If smue vnu iprisi«.,.
cilii. .
lie • a- ern ter.iiious
mCTICALLY
wouiU pul " en. ill ■«•mi V >11 'll
1 < load Would tie beltei
Harney Lake wmt in. I
let» I
f mu i ralegic poiot of view than
STONE
IadestnicUùie
■ v. Hooking 1 i f -i
1
mk«
mbia Southern. t<>o. for
th« <
Send for
Over 500
f <1. r> could tw built north au.l
Il Price Liat *
Beautiful
1 yerve
-ou
■
from
th*
main
line
to
Tn anyone desiring
H
V
Circulara.
Designs.
v-r. < m r of the 5fi,(tOi’. •q 11 a re
md-« of <-ou:itry in «he 1 central
p
nt of tic state tba. now has toi
igt
SUC'E*SOR TOZWllSO J 4 A r.T N
rail titles
S;e ! is H andarne
i at Mr Hartiinan is io
J f
I
'
O
i
Hi
-,
r
the
Corvallis
a p. »l
till
A Hi- ■ >r. a' anv time he elects
K .
>n » ho owns th - lo.iii
Mr H
K
MONUMENTAL bronze company
i > tu .Mr II irnman in
s in -
SUSaZfO&T. CQBJt.
nnn.e - írsete of redwood in Cal­
I
t ><n
u.d m t'rntier lands in other
ut Atal­
av
M.Jmu
1.
.
<r.d not only would find
udara
W.Ì
heur river is one t f th«
:t t in- advantage to sell the Cor­
vim
lor
i*.
many
that should attract
vaili» A Eastern line to him, bitt
Faasil hill, a part of lK»g Mountain,
also
to dispose of the stock in the(
is named so because -. ocks ol cur-
I HE PRIZE WINNING ESSAY iou- i.rmatit.ti ar«- fountl there. CORV ALLIS & EASTERN “IT” i Astoria A Columbia River r ad to NOW READY FOR SETTLERS during th mm.tbs
First National Bank
OF BURNS, OREGON.
A General Banking Business Transacted
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
à
I
««Ci
CALDWEI L, IDAHO A
i
X
/
THE CARTER HOUSE.
RESTAURANT
Fire-Proof, Modern,
Elegant.
AH Outside Rooms—Near Depot
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
Napton «... Boyd
Reserved for the
Ontario, Oregon
Real Estate.
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
Burns,
Che Finest of All
Mines and Mining.
- -
Oregon.
ZMZa.l’re Tlxis HGSud.q.xxe,rtex®.
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard a d Pool Tables
Club Rooms in Conn ction.'
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
Royal
Hotel Burns Oar
Baking
Powder
is made of Grape
Cream of Tartar.
Absolutely Pure.
Makes the food
more Wholesome
and Delicious.
i'A ÎT1CULARS
and PRICES
' 1ATI0N.
Blacksmithing and
Horsshoeing.
Wagon Work.
ALL WORXCUAR
AÍ4TEED.
Burns, Oregon
THE TIMES-HERALD
Job Printing.