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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1905)
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Tbs Oflicial Fafier of Harney County,
Las tbs largest circulation sod is on. ot
ths best advsrtiaing mediums in Fiaste, u
Covers til area of o,42S.Suv acres of
land. 4,721,000 ac>» » vet vacant subject
to entry under the piblic land Ians >4
the United States
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, NOVI.V ;l-!<
Co. dito lor October
HAY. SHEEP AND WlMlI
John Harper damage to
good it may accomplish by beiav
re leg tin
N. I CARPEN I EH. Caeiinm,
placed on display at home This
. ( I M Ml NS. Vie. I rks .
\ I Wl HOME Ae»T.CaaauB.
to foil- -v th- e». i -r- ;> »».th a crop
bridge............................ 20 Oo lii.-al'il
A PkDMINENT CITIZEN OF HARNEY county needs more such men as
Tom Sagers, 11 dais copy-
SHEEP M . VISITS STEIN S«
Jasper Davie-un-elfish, cotiscieut- RAILROAD PROSPECTS MAKINO STIR
for paetute, an c i < ing sntli ient
ing census roll.........
33 00 33 00
ious, public-spirited, always ready
Tom Allen, social depnty
In tins way the
for lit to 15 he.»
circuit court.................. 25 00 25 00
to push anything that is for the
la-as. -. i- 'd sn av»ragt' of $2*1 a.i
Tom Allen, Expenses re-
U.sM PU»« ear Lsals sad Clark bi,play benefit or will tend toward the de-
here, with Ito e x i- o for harvest
turning (ieo Miller . . 90 UO 90 00 as Impressed Wilk our Enormous Raactirs
A General Banking Business Transacted
Wbsrs it Weald de W»»l liuod le
vehipiuent of the county
and sheep are
ilig, anil th<- pt :
And Spleodid Range (irass--Use if
W W Johnson, batrei by
Llac al Oslarlo Io Order to Save
1 he Tiiuee-Heraid would like to
ft4rrrvrj*<r òou^Ài ai
.-oil in excellent
found to pu.t tl
Outside Creamery Butter.
Brldtiet Ike Saaks River.
have other expressions as Mr Davis
Phebe Lackman Witness
condition for future crops This is
t Ham*- . Ore , Nov. 21, l!"t5 suggests.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Senator W. M Way in tn hau re- FOtiielhing that might l»e found
E H. Tert, the Ontario banker.
Juiian Byrd, Sec’y Harney County
turned from a month's trip, most prjfita’»jx >n DI
left Yeet«rday afternoon for his
> At any rale,
W P Robbins, dito......... 86 00 36 00 :
A Disastrous Calamity,
~L«wis and Clark Fair Association.
of « hich was spent i i the hills <»f the experiment ■ ...oi l bo tried
home, after a brief visit to Boise : Albert Altnow, dito
N. V. Carpenter,
__ _ _
17 40 17 40 j
C. A. Haine».
J. W. Geary,
II . M. Horton,
says thq Statesman
He confirms W A Robertson, dito. . . 17 40 17 40 Central and eastern ()-eg»n, says
“1 was over in Harney eoutily,
’ Dear sir:—In the last issue of
It is a disastrous calamity, when
th» statement heretofore published ' Frank Riggs, dito.........
4 20 the Boise Capital News. When Oregon, and wa- impressed with
The Times-Herald 1 noticed that
you lose your health, liecause indi
5 20 seen Lv the Capital News it wasn't th.- i normous ranches that are own
that th» townsita at Ontario has
the Harney county exhibit has been
gestion and constipation have sap
I N Coultburut, dito .
32 60 M oo necessary to ask him what be hid
changed hands, and say» a great
ed there Or»' place 1 Paw con-
returned to Burtts and is awaiting
ped it away. Prompt relief can be .deal of other rent estate is moving John Smyth................... 32 00 32 00 been, doing, for the senator » us
ir> .'Mr> .‘»er>na ex-»««"» ♦•»■Hrxwvxiwv -.’»eg-;-<*♦*■•
t ui.'.l 135,01)-) :». <■>:. ali deeded
It has been
had in Dr King's New Life Pills.
M. A ibumiik . I’ si . mihm
1’. IL K kxvon , Cashier
intimated to me that a project is on
1700 17 00
1 hey build up your digestive or
W m . J ones , V ick l’aKaiiiKMT.
('. XV. P latt , Asat. Cashier A
“Yes." said he “I.va been over in obtained from tlie government, in a
veloping c.nsi.terable activity in Al Slinger, dito................ 29 00 29 00
f,s>t to have it located in the pavil
gans, and cure headache, dizziness, real estate circles
II (' Periling,dito ........... 24 00 24 00 the Stein Mountains to superintend country thr.' ¡R the most sparsely
ion al the fair grounds but I do
conati pallori, etc. Guaran
B F Wells, witness State
1 moving B-Itne SOOD sheep from the
ettled in the northwest, seems a
not think that would Im the proper
vs Burke ......................
teed at the citv drug store ; 25c.
Ilin devebip.-d, and especially the I N Coultburt, dito.........
pl see to establish it for the greatest
« 20 summer range to the Payette valley mys.ery not itkely to be solved, for
saa- of the townsite properly, ia due John Smyth, dito.........
«20 where we have our winter feeding they an not tellt.g anyone the :
Iwnefit to theeounty
ONTARIO TOWS SITE SOLD.
« 20 1 pens. We dipped nil of them on rvet. n, '.hat »xas ;<ypted. It is a
to a settled conviction in the minds E J Catlaw, dito.
en some interest in the contrite
Intei'cw't I’aid 011 Time Deposita.
« 20 1 he other side of the liver, bef re I .! Coiin'iy, lying beautifully, with ,
f th - people of Eastern Oregon Al Slinger, dito,..............
ti'in aod preparation of thiscollec
It i» rumored in the cltv th.»t O.
Oscar Fvldt, dito
8 40 crossing into Idaho There isn’t
that th» proposed Ontario-Natron
splendid range grass, on which
We Solicit You” Bankinq Business.
umi I think that the opportunity to C. Wtight,
Joe Cavander, dito
12 60 12 «0
noy scab to speak of nmong sheep, thousands < l' cattle are grazing, yet
railroad, project bv the Harriman W W Johnson dito.........
make it a permanent exhibit of lire
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, V. m. Jones, E. H. Test,
of Grattan P. Wheeler, the New
people i ross southern Oregon ia a George Whiting, dito....
« 20 and the result of the < i.forcem. nt in Burt..«, the thriving county seat, 1 C. E. Kenyon, H Alexander, Estat <»f Abner I» >bl ins, William
eoublv'a resourcrH shot Id not ls>
York capitalist, who is financing sure go
1! t’ Serfling, <lit>............ ti 2 )
«20- of the federal and state rciulati -ns they are using butter made at our
Miller, Frank R. Collin, Thus. Turnbull
allowed to lie lost and I would like
the Ontario-Emmett railroad, has
George Smith, dito .......
«20 has hail a remarkable good effect Pai mu creamery.”
o-oeo-oeo-oee^ oeu- ♦
a.- j »» ^»e<_- . eo
to have an expression oi the wishes
M L Lewin, dito................
bought the townaile of Ontario
6 20 ill the health of the Hocks in this
veying parties, including several
of those who contributed the var from David Wilson,
The consid- men, have been at work through
and neighboring states.
J F Mahon, dito....... ...
ious articles which made up the eration was $30,000—Argus.
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers
“The range is very dry and
display which has brought Harney
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
water scarce everywhere, We
Or»g >n, and there is every indica 1 W J Dunn, juror circuit
HOWARD SEBREE, FRCSIDLUT
W. fl -C ■ :k E, VtCf P ■ SI0ENT
county into prominence with visi
who wants to enjoy a good hearty
For Sale—Five choice lots in
court. . .........................
9 00 were obliged to buy feed all along
R. A CO'AOEN, CAStlltn
tors from the whole world
! Ontario, 40 lota in Lawen, 10 lots
Jacob Wright, dito,......... 12 00 12 00 the trail, consuming 100 tone of laugh to send 50c for “Tips to
I thinlr the proper place to es in Burna; ifiil acres of gixid land a can judge, that the Harriman peo L N Stallard, dito,.......... 16 80 16 80
Agents ” Worth $50 to any per
hay so far this season. Our sheep
son who sells goods for a living.
tablish a permanent exhibit of the part of it natural uieudow 10 miles ple are expecting to build across J M Farrens, dito.......... 16 00 16 00
are in very good condil>■ >11, consid
If not satisfactory your money
county resources ami advantages east of Burns, unimproved; lfill
T J Vickers dito............
9 20 ering the range, but every place 1 back.
Circular for stamp. The
will be tn the City of Burns as the acres near Saddle Butte with pre slate without great delay.
2 20 have been I could see that they ere
Such a road, says Mr. Test, as J H Gard dito.................. 2 20
Hr, Whitl electric Comb Co., Deca
county seat, and to further this sent crop of wild grass standing,
Robl Drinkwater dito ... l:i 20 13 20 shrinking pretty fast, and further
project I will donate $1 00 and if has a house and good fenct se I’ar- that projected eastward from Na C W Drinkwater dito
15 00 15 00 delay in moving our lln.-ks might tur, Ill.
every man in the county will do
cal, bt, obtained ut this tron, on the Southern Pacific, J J Hein»»....................... 17 00 17 (X)
A General Banking Business Transacted
have been exp. nsive.
would join the Short Line sotne-
likewise it will provide a fund of ,,(|-lce
wh re in the 12 miles of track on
over $1(XM) which would be ample:
2 1 »
2 20 ber» of sheep shipped out of the
the Oregon «ide of the Snake river, J W Ward dito................
enough to install the collection in I
2 20 state this year, yet I b.-lieve there
Up-to-date job printing at reason
O. W. Porter li ft for Baker City ' betwe-n Parma and Payette, as it J W S iverdito . ..........
By so adjusting it,
16 60 l«tU) will be •. greater demand for ha( I able prices.
Thursday evening to settle up the would save an expensive bridge T J Shields, dito........
Walter Gray dito............ 18 00 18 00
this will be provided an accessible
than usual on account of the feed
estate of Clare Moure who has now over the Snake, nntl the Ontario Newell Hall dito..............
1« 00 16 00
means of showing to outside peo
'reached his majority. Mr Porter people are confident that place R J Willlama dito.......... 16 00 KiUO ing season beginning so much ! The Lone Star
ple who may be seeking wJstarn
bus been Mr M» ore’s guardian for would be the junction point, being Alfred Johnson, dito
17 40 17 40 ! earlier than usual, - that th ■ n >» '
hotu*s a ready exhibition of what
15 00 15 00 consumption will exceed that of
the past ten van—Huntington ing the most prominent place in Lloyd Johnson, dito
are the natural and cultivated re-:
J A William« dito ....... 20 00 20 00 last year Feeders are contracting |
Chi? a George, Proprietor.
source» of Harney valley and coun
Alva Springer dito.......... 17 20 17 20
Co . Main and B Streets.
The proposed road would traverse James Gibson dito.......... 13 20 13 20 hay in the stack at $3 75 to $4.25 n I
ton. This is hardly enough to) ME415 AT AUU HOURS
$3$.OO REWARD $25.00. a very rich country, which up to John Parker dito............
If the foregoing proposition is
2 20 make hay raising profitable to the •
the present time has been used al J P Wither« di:©............
not acceptable to tlie residents of
16 60 1« (>0, farinerf}, and [ look for higher Bs.kery in eonneetion
Notice is hereby given that hunt most exclusively as a cattle range, H Dixon dito..................
the county seat 1 am in favor of
Fred Lunabergdilo......... 16 20 16 20 prices before spring, especially- if
RaUs $2.oo and $2 50 par day.
ing and shooting upon the enclosed owing to the entire lack of trans-
A Specialty of Short Orders.
locating the exhibit at Harney City
John Hipsman dito........ 16 80 16 80 tin winter should be ii all severe
lamia of the American Land
Live ' portation facilities.
Table furnihliid with everything
B F Campbell dito.........
which having theeounty name and
Al? Outside Rooms—Neyr Depot
“The outlook for continued high1
Stock Co located tn townships 39
W C Brown dito..............
the market ail‘>rdn Your patron-
older location than Burns could
SCHEDILE OF EXPENDITURES.
D N Varien dito..............
2 20 ’
,V 40 S Range 35 E and township
This modern new I ntel was only lennlly opened to the
readily make it a means of mater
John Wintermier dito....
2 20 good, but 1 believe the clip next
39 8, R 30 E W M, Harney Co
public. Harney County people v. bl be always welcome
ial benefit lo t*”* v«dl®y
.Showing, as by law required, the Antone Egli dito............
2 20 season will bi considerably tieluw
'Oregon (better known as the Trout
courteously cared for. A first < la-. bat in connection.
2 2o ■ anticipation >.
amount of claims presented, filed and re H Richardson dito.........
ot llatney. To further the latter
Creek and Colony Ranches,) is corded against the County of Harney ( ha« Johnson dito..........
idea I will donate the sum of $2
My reason» for this are that the
strictly forbidden. Any person or , State of Oregon, and the amount allowed Charles Davis dito.........
lint will give either propcsitior. my
are starting into the winter
persons found bunting or trespass >at ¡the regular Nov., 1905, term of the
heartv support. I«et us lieiir from
Fred Otley dito * .
condition, and they
ing with a gun in their poseesion
John Heinz dito..............
9 00 are not apt to receive the feed ami
others at once.
on above deecrihed property will io whom issri-ai am ' t clm ' u vm ’ v al ’ wi :
Fted Otley Jr dito............
J aspkk D avis .
attention necessary to bring them
be prosecuted to the full extent of
H S Bower dito................
B \V Hamilton, salary as
the law. A reward of $25 is here
Tom Howiwr dito..........
st<x-k in qiector, etc .. 122 92 122
Tlie 'i imes-Herald appreciates the
2 20 Sheep should be kept fat and
Garland McGee dito........
by oflerad for evidence that will Bancroft, Whiling Co Ore
H o UHTOM N AFTON.
privilege of publishing the forego
,I >• 'M C arias Burn qjr
2 20 strong in order to yield a full ileece,
Geo A. Smyth Jr. dito. .
lead to their arrest and conviction.) gon Digest................... 11 00
t> 80 and the thinner they are the l.-s
W H Mayfield dito
ing letter, as 1» gives an opportuni
A merican L and & L ive S tock C o ,
ty Incorrect a mistaken idea that
James Burke to Burns 25 00 25 (X Richard Smith dito........ 14 00 14 00 yield of wool will lie secured at
B y E B. Iht.L R anch M anagkk
II C Bertling, -Asst, dito 18 25 18 21 Charles Riggs dito..........
has evidently gone out. It seeui-»
Chas Voigtly dito..........
8 20 shearing time. In my opinion it.
to hi» th« impression of Mr Davis,
00 is a short-sit« d policy on the pur'
F H. Rieder, land »gent of the
Ini of O Hughes............
and |*erhape many others, that the
00 of ilockmasters to give their Hrg. p |
Willamette Valley ‘and Caacade J F Mnhon, use of team
« 20 just enough feed to tide them ovet ;
Hull Hotchkiss dito........
local Fair Association was allowing
Mines and Mining.
Mountain Wagon Road company,:
« 50 the winter There is more money in |
the magnificent exhibit that was and famiivi are in the city for a few J F Mahon, rebate on
Al Cote dito...................
returned from the Lewis and Clark
J. S. A.
k ecping thi-rn in ns g<>< d condition |
Cal Parker, dito
days. Mr Rieder cam« over from Chas S Mooie, printing
to be installed in the pavilion at
George Waters dito.........
Canyon City where be had been i brief, State vs Miller 44 7« 44
the fair grounds for a selfish pur
8 20 than to just feed ent.ugh to go
P C Peterson dito ...........
cheeking up the nompany’t busi Sol Schubner, meals for
O ntario , Olmeto».
pose and people would be chargrd
A Dunn dito................... 22 2o 22 20 through the season.
Most of the autnmer be has
Ontario odi. < : Ne» IVilson Bl ick.
an admission to view it. Such is
«pent at Burns. He Raid when he
C G Smith dito................
Andrens inquest......... 17 25 17
mH the ease
W E Trisch dito..............
2 20 San Luis valley, Ctdifurnin, having
left there, two creWHof railroad sur M schubner, jury dito.
1 00. 1
The writer, as secretary of the
In that I
2 20 1 sold to a feeder there.
veyors hud left Ontario and were q-j ijuto, jito 4 mileage 200
local Lewie end Clark Association,
Country they have been raising
surveying a Jiuewestward, One ('has Turner, ilito..........
(Continued on page two.)
conferred with the county court con
was a Union Pacific party, the other G. Loreuzana. dito...........
cerning the disposition of the ex
from the Coryallis <fc Eastern. Both | Ed Jackson dito..............
hibit and during the conference it
Al Slinger witness An-
Alfalfa at Geer »t Cummin«.
are hutrying work as fast as possi
I drew« inquest............... 2 00
was suggeeted by the writer that it
TRISOII dr DONEGAN, Proprietors.
ble and lefs their respective stations 1 N Coultlnirst, dito.......
H&a had over 24 years experience as
be placed in the court house but the
Ho there!—If you want to «ell
with 100 days’ provisions. Mr ! Geo Drye, dito............
plan could not lie considered as the
1 50 your property why don’t you list
Rieder stated that the Wagon Road Ii Brown, dito..............
rooms there air all occupied
The company had offered free right of Camille ( lark, dito
1 50 it with Smith & Lewie? They »»ill
I L T J 11« Rotenberg,
mon }w» r«v ««r»n
possibility ofx securing a suitable
see ten buyers to your one. They
wav over its grant of bci.l- through
building in the central portion of
will find you a buyer for your ranch
the state and both corps of engi I) Jameson, justice in
Wines. Liquors and Cigars
this city was out of the question,
neers have shown a disposition to
4 62 or city property, your horses, cat
State V» Burke.............
except tem|»orory quarters, and this
J Pod Tables
tle or sheep Call and get ac
take advantage of the fact, the re- M L Liwis, witness State
loo at a Ctvn.-lderable rent with dan
620 quainted with them—the
mil Iwing that l>oth are working ! v’ Garred....................
The Finest of All
ger from fire ami a p rthibitiye ii.- ,
| Ham Wingfield, dito .. . II 50 11 50 string always hangs out. Main St
Citib Rooms in Connection
¡toward the west within a short dis
tance of each other, and within the Mrs. I- E' M i G ee ilito
9 70 Burns. Oregon
The pavilion was tiien tendered
boundaries of the ¿rant —Prine Chas Aldrich, dito. .
11 00 11 00
for the purpose, free < f charge I he ville Jonrnal
Cha- Gar.-cil, ilito
Having sold the flirnitur» bu-i-
exhibit max lie insta I d there »nd
31 50 31 50
Mi-» Byram, dito .......
L«> Dbuwu J b 1
W l> Bauer, justice, State
remain ju*l as long ns the la-wis
4 70 attention to painting and paper
vs Lamb ........
Vu'! k lad to furnisli
and Clark association aim the court
: tilEiKk tillJ
hanging »nd solicits a share of
R B Carey, constable
ar« so inclined
The buihJuig wan
He will nUo con
State vs lattub. ......... 10 00 1000 your patronage
offered simply IO save exp« i
C E MiThveters, care »nd
duct a cabinet and repair aleip.
may t>e a permanent hot»« for the
keep <4 county poor. ..
exhibit if so desited
II W Welcome A Co drugs
Agents. Burns, 0-e
5on Lost /Io her.
for county poor............ 86 50 86 50
The building will not l>e open to
Marsjeu A < teary atten-
r<r Rothci J l’.r< s , Distributers, Portland, Gregor
the public every d >» ■ ■■» that wou d
i’rico Lint .
450 00 450 00
“Consuiptmn runs in our family,
Ivquire a constant attendant, ami
To a::}-ins deslriag
Harney County New»
and through it I lost mv M -her.”
On certain days
writes E B R-i.i, of Hnrmonv, M •
each week the build.t.g »ill be in
40 65 40 65
. ‘For the past five years, however,
Il 1-. Thompson, board of
cnarge <»f some resp nstblr person
prisoners........... .... 20 00 20 00 I oo the slightest sign of a Cough or
end on such days tin general pub
is made of Grape
11 E Tbomiwon. dito.. . 2000
lic uiav visit it and view the ex
11 F Tbompeoa. dito...... 55 25 55 25 Discovery for CotiHiiniplion. which
hibit This does not tut an that it
Mrs M. Griffin, 4 days at
has saved me from serious lung
will be closed all other days, how
teachers Ex....... ...
trouble.” Hie mother's death was
A J Ira u, dito............
ever The keys will l»e given to s
monumental bronze company ,
a sad loss for Mr Reid, but he
reliable person at any tin, • they
learned that lung trouble must not
j Stli grade Ex...........
may wish to lake a friend
be neglected, and how to cure it.
Pacific Slates Tele A T-i
Mr. Davis is one of the few pub
Co, Telephone »aretce
Quickest relief and cure for c.ughs
lie spirited and loyal citizens who
and colds Price 50c and $1.00;
I'aeitic States Tele & Tel
gave valuable assistance toward se
at citv drug store
Co, dito for September
curing '.hie inaginfici-ut display at.d
I Trial bottle free.
Pacitic States Tele & T»l
it is a pleasure to note that be is
make permanent exhibit still interested and appreciates the HOPF: HAS CAUSED ACTIVITY
First National Bank
OF BURhsS, OREGON.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Misnal Bank I «
CALDWELL, IDAHO ‘
THE CARTER HOUSE.
LIVERY BARN iN CONNECTION.
Napton ¿i ¡Boyd
E. N. NELSON
Watchmaker and Optician
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
Second door north of post office.
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
Makes the food
Hotel Burns Bar
THE TIMES4: HÂLD