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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1906)
The Official Paper of.Harney Onnty, ,
haa the Urmtt eirrulation and la on of
the foot advertising mediums in Kaslein
; 7h rtm Warn 7otMtrtj
S (-vara an art vf I
'an! Mi.) J
toentr. .'ami Inws
I ha I nlled Stale.
IJURNS. MARNKY COUNTY. ORIt .ON. ! t m
iSK FOR NEW MDS ON MAIL Won have shown such intert In MAl.Hfil)R PROJECT MAY 00 bn matl pul.lir.it i-generallv un- SI:TTI.I:RS RENT Pl'Hl IC I
tbe proposition that tb association
haa already 600 member, ft ia
FTTBR FROM POST OFPICfi DEPART
MENT ON SUBJECT.
aarerl I larerevs Oee Wall Ssrvk
As Aaka Ceaearatl f all Wka
Are Csscsrses la Wetter.
proposed to organic local divieione ACTION THE JESUIT 0 THE
' 'mlf r date .f Jannary 2 the Sec
net Aaaietant Postmaster General
rote I'oetmaaier rrana neionte,
i thia citr, a follow:
Sir: No satisfactory propoaal
living been received in thia oilioe
uder the advertisement of Novem-
fr 25, 1!05, for service from July
. 11HMJ, on the atar route from On
.iriu to Hums, Oregon, another ad-
rthwmat haa thia day lwn issued
r the eervioe in question. The
alter ia brought to your attention
it h instructions that vou endeayor
have a reaaonable and aatiafac
r Lid submitted for tlin servir
mlvertised, and it ia desired that
pfOBeaal shall lie submitted from
i ohm tide resident "on or near the
ouie, a conte ropiatea iy me
erniK ol ttio advertisement i ne
cpartment ia endeavoring to pro
da an expedited service over th pUoUlioili
turns " 'niaric :oui ana n i' hi
savoring to improve the mail fecil-
liii-M for the patron of Kurn nd
he several offices in Harney conn-
I.) ..Hording incraaaed frequency
ir, service lietween Canyon City
liurua. It ia nnosasary tb it
hcpartmeiit ahuuld have tbe
anient oo-operulion ol the poet
asters and other concerned in
i' improving of tbe postal faeili
a to the territory eervi'd by lbene
ntea, mid an earnest effort ahould
innile to eeoure a very eiiliefar
rj prnMaal for I hi- service as ad
r r i ! "
riie second advertisement elates
al Imla will lie received until the
nb of (hi month and that a I ond
110,000 will be required with
eh Lid. The advertiaeniunl calla
lima a week under the follow-
K ethedule: Mav 1 to October 31
eiioh vaar, leave Ontario dally at
i ut, Amva at burn in 30 hour,
uvea Hum daily at tl a ui, ir-
ve at Ontario in III lnura Nov
nber I to April 30, in each year,
..v.- Ontario daily at 0 a m. ar-
al Hum in 36 hour l.aave
urna daily at 0 a m, arrive al On-
..in .'to bnura.
I'iie petitiou and demands of the
"pln hero have had a good effect,
abowu by tb foregoing ltlr.
in each of th town and spread tbe
idea throughout the entire Pan
handle. The di finite object of lb olab
are to find out what kinds of tree
are beat adapted to the region and
hoar they shall be planted, and to
obtain the neceaaary material in
the moat advantageous way. The
forest service baa agreed to send a
competent man to advise th peo
ple on all tbeae point, and when
definite plan for planting ehall
have been made the individual
member will combine and pur
chase their stock in large quanti
ties from the nurserymen
The club idea haa !een followed
for the furtherance of many other
project, but this ia perhaps the
first time that it ha been brought
to the advancement of tree plant
ing. Aa an encouragement to
other aecliona to work in the same
way, tbe forest eervioe at Washing
ton directly offers to furnish e-
They ltsr Besa Peretsteet aa Dree War
0 Saislkr I less II Nsthlsi tetter
were PessiMs at TMs Twae.
A Washington diepateh eaya:
Oregon ia practically aaaured an
other reclamation project, although
not on auch a cle aa at Hart con
templated Ofiioial of the interior
department are working on tbe
Malheur project detail, and while
official announcement has not been
made, the completion of work on
the final lines is almost certain
As adopted, eliminating road
lands and acreage affected by the
Cnrvallie dr Ksatern right of way,
tli Malheur project will embrace
j about 20.U00 acres and coat epproxi
I mately $1,000,000, which sum it ia
i understood is ready for immediate
uae. After eliminating the land
named, and executing th work a
modified, engineers believe that the
cost per acre will he but slightly
above iba last estimate of the bu-
deratood that the company will
posh tbe Mad so aj to stand Its
service n the fob Dav Valley.
Tbe Bnmpfer a It y
with th.O K .v N at Baker t
and f.r a time its track merelv
tended from ibe (gtsON Cit
Sumpler, a dist-i '-0 mile.
I.ater it ws continued in a eouth
weeterly direction from Sumpler,
crossing the divide between Ih
Burnt and Ponder River valley,
and entering Whitney, tb divide
being more than MMO feet above
the level of the sea In UK.,1 the
HI PFRMMS i.mIV-i i.
IRRHUHI I USA,
Msaiart Hill frcmi Miassallrlst si Bit
trsl k emit atafi--l
Art I U liailtt
I ran ltm
t Waahlnglon iipatch I
Portland Journal under teceot elate.
man of tli hooae oonimli oi
Iks landa. haa sj bill to
gram viainu piivilcere to home.
was pushed from llptM R Mtrt , , o ,
arbl laud reg.
Auatln. the W hltncv I ipto. irOja In the
neciion naving oe.-n coosirucieu in ((,,.
IWM and 1904.
The work d.n in the year just A Ku.,,. , .kri) ,
cloeed coat 1125.000, and this was
Thar is considerable area in
Eastern Oregon wbiob will receive
material additions later from irri-l
pert advice whenever a community
shall orgatiiin a club of this kind
anil lii'lieata iLa ilanira to Mlat.liah '
I'ntil all estimates are finished
lb cot cannot b stated with any
certainly, but it is not expected to
in havimd I4.I and at the hiehitat
gation, where to nece..ity for tree j $ v ,t , fortuuu tbat
Planling will he readily appraoal. , .n,,,,, ,,,, do ol (nvo,Te
d. The movement thai baa been I mmM j(( of
tartad by th Texaa people, and , ,
.in umnuii evuailiiil ill ne , j allll,JB
lepartuieni ! agriculture, throogu
it forest Service, are mailers
too Chairman I .ace r 'a lull and n
carried on under the aujerviaion of , iIIiro-j ,, .,, .... ,,.,, , ,
Joseph Barton, who is general sup- ,, ,, ,,,,,, k-i,W ( n
a at I I I si al a i j . .. .1 ,,1 I I,., m a It..... .
"mw'' u hr ,,irved of ,l II, . ,.,
direct the operating and traffic d. hr ;11, ,ri.t ,,,
Prln'n, Idling Ihie new U ,.
ting i. n bad
nm i ii ti i nu hi i p
-1. !! I
off Ibe follow-
I. is ini.-rlted
'i by Ira
I by rV.ee at
worthy to be ooneidered
Tbe New Year baa om with
New Year weather and aleigbing is
gooil and everylio.lv ia enjoying Ibe U t
annua oi in interior ae-
I parlment is fell to be there-ultof
tb persistant work of Senators
Fulton and (leariu They bav
urged its completion on th lines
indicated, if nothing better were
IKMsilde, and tin fact that they
were unit. .1 and so persistent over
M ng f aulioaiby that
bad been arouvsd againai the pro-
pleaaure il afford.
Felix Brkly and W. 1) Baker
ralurued from Burns Saturday
U Olson has opened a photo
graph gallery next door to lb Post
Oflios and is doing some nice
John Oil and wife start for Port
land tomorrow to spend the winter.
The teachers repoit tbe atleu-
I'ldcaa unforiaeen diffcultiee in
tervene, the work should be 00a
meucid soon in earnest.
In cocMMMlioti with lb- I'luatilla
pr. sci in Oregon, the ijor,.iry f '
tbe interior haa withdrawn from
any form of disposition wbatarar,
under tbe public land laws, Willa
mette meridian, 7S0 scree in town-
sbip 6, iange 29, and 7241 acre in
i township 4, range 2U These land
dance gcnl and the ecbool doing ' hh1 in connection with
good work. Tbe scholars aa wall ! tb Cld Springs reservoir site
llhougb the time is not cut dowu j
. . - m. .
as the teachers have benefited by pereoua ll.al have wade eo-
The Town Council met in regu-
Ibat aaked for, tbe new schedule
ar aeeaieu Saturday January ti
Tbe fullowin bualneas was Irans
nforiu to Ibe running time of tb . ,. -.. -,
ail trains and bring us the mail I, Q M hM offl0 fof ,,
early a possible, lite line ne- BUiuiof v,ar W j) Baker, ma) or,
ecu here and Ontario could be u HlUu rworder. R. A Miller
nde one of the inoel profi'.abl in .Murrr TUe u,eu,Urs of tbe new
.stern Oregon by equippiug It l.l)U11(.1, fcr, M D,vil L N Olson,
o,M.rly and looking particularly ! Hmrry Vmty amJ j R. Urewilt will. JUU ','n',u"
the comfort of pissengera and () , Kj-Ul allj M Taylor as 'Bftu"u mllblu
.. i.. .,n,.. ,.r f,.i.f ... of aucb notice
try of lands aiilnu tins withdrawal,
! prior to the preliminary withdraw
al and who have not acquired vest
ed rights thereto, have leeu notifi
ed of the appropriation of their
lauds fur irrigation purposes, and
that tbeii eutiiea will be cancelled
and their improvemenla paid fur
I by the government aa provided in
etciionsH and 11 of the circular of
June ii, I'll', unless sufficient cause
00 dsys from dale
The Portland papers announce
that still another railroad ia head.)
for Portland from the east A press
dispatch from I'enver is published
in which il is slated that David II
Moffatt. who is building a railroad
through Northern Colorado and
Clah to Salt Lake, baa made the
"I intend to extend Ih Dm
Northwcelern Si Pacific Kailroad to
Portland. Or I want to gel up in
to thai aeclioii for the liuilter a
well as for an outlet lo the P
Ooeau. I will begin ti ion
when I am through to I'tah.'
I.ater Mr. Moffatt no.dilied ibis j
Ut in. ni 1 . pulling la the provi.
ion that euoh ware hie plana if tin
otbe' roada invaded bit t
w hid. i th:eat nod.
It i quit, i v ,li.l It. mi the .
Of tl I pspers that t;
hope, un I io ... i . vj.'-ct Moffatl's
territory U be invaded by bo-roads
Moffatt i .i nitb being a
strenuous' railn i d ouild.r and n
he alalia in dill (fiU tl)' in a lively
manner He haa already aooom
pllsh. I f. at- in railroad building
tbat bud liesii pion . po.n-
ble, and has a repuinliou for over
coming every obstacle SbuuUI In
determine to ptiah un to lh cuaat
he will Hod ih lliruey -..Untry in
bis way Although we now have
the aaauraiuu of at least two rail
road into thia aectinu immediately,
we'll make room lor him
little bit ItelfW."
5kkwlag klrlag I .la
bad hi . n i ..iiiiing a
voung woman ( i mm tin
was loo bisbful I. .o...,.. ii,
finally concliid.d to ask lor iv lei
ephoue to many him Ii. calbsl
bt ii. and eanl. I love egg , r,
much and olag : mtr Og ... i
you bsve inst"
Sue answered itnm Ij It4 U
who is line, pl
Richard-, aou .1 f nn
leasing l.i.l. for i
author ng . f tb
caul pul.li. I Ive ibe
mm dialing hi saian
of the . ni. he land' of U
fenialiv I tee; 'a lull n -cite
the an I rogoin
in ur da
rn and the in
;sa;' bj II n-i- . t
It pt BJ f l e
an I Ian
may b laae.l f r el k raisiru,' ,
Under II. neslei I. oi'lieiul anil
it.. , Ph .i li
shall r. eed-
to 3,211" auree lo an) otM
. i- lit! I II Mljl
whose Ian- i
i ibe landr.
Ulated by ibe Seir
I i ir I ,
cording to the grass i ,
who ii th. i i. i.n iii iv laooll .
. i petferm-
el bl lo re-
f w day
I in Ih
back kiti ben a. ng lb fam-
I uteh The killena
I, nt sei
I gO! "ho
J ih hlng tin
' ' i ding ni
JnllN i nt Poo
v .. a l-HS
First National Bank
OF BURNS, ORECON.
A general Baaking BsskoH Traatsaai
WF. WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Dim - i k-
rw- rooo m c -riee -see-' -cieer.
tN a J.aas. i
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
lltttlM I'll.. I ..I. I
Wo Solicit Vouc Banking Ruoinooo
stimkikh im i; m v
I M ,
Miller Krauk II ' olllu. Tb
I on h MOM miniata
tor a blncMi and aj
uvh aa lr King's
N '" Pills. jut what
. and livr
pml.lv id Knglib j
I .ill on j
Ik l.atv I
jk una.- jo - ooa . a
rC-C- C C- s:
wowano at ant
rmeieiHT or a ate -
a a rn
first natiotiiil Bank
A General llnni - llualnr-s Trananctod 9
CUHPRsruMnlNCll INVITtO m
(An AT AULi HOUR
Bakery in connection
A Stuiali t f Mnwl oVoon.
" ' a
1 m n .. in i 11 x
THE CARTER HOUSE.
Fire-Proof, Moilern, I levant.
nfetsa $j.oo and ,s r l.
All Outside RiMim.S" Near Depot
pill" II. I I on, I I , ,,(,'
and .nil leoii'K t.ii.ilf.o A
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
owe o ibe
handling of freight
The proposed increased frequency
the mail via Canyon Cuy will
aae mat a very ueeirauie ouo-
aot, alao, ami vniy materially
un lit tbe patron of the various
l'he Times- Herald gives this pub-
hold overs W J South is the new
marshal. It A Miller was apoint
d Fire Chief for tbe ensuing
I M . Davi and iler ar expect
home from Bums in a few days
Iteeently Cmuiuiaeioner Leu p of
'the Indian oflice detailed Inepectur
Mtl.augliliii of the Indian strvice
, to make an effort lo sscore an
agreement from Indians occupying
Lemhi reservation in Idaho lo re-
L. N . Kialard naa in
it) with the hope that il will be ranch today be aays cattle are do
ken up by some legitimate andjingBue.
eoouaible bidder ibi.l Will till the
.juiieiuents .1 the law in such
alter and who will perform Ibe
my in a mauner that will uot ouly
ve prolllahle lo ibe contractor,
il highly saiiala. toiy lo the pal
and a credit to the country
(lay 4 Caltereon have
building bob aleds all week
A Orta. Tregee-y
from lb "" lu rl "" reetrvalion and
ooosgl lands in aevarally with Ibe
main branch of Ibe tribe of Ban
nock a on ibal lerv
Word was received by the Indian
office loday from McLaughlin that
tbe Indiana bad reached au agree
meni lo remove and bad signed
in lhouaai.de of ,u' re1uet Rs Ur wishes
claiu.a in mMjiL carried into efiecl Tbe removal
ia daily enacted,
huu.es, as llealli
iitruct should not go Leg- one, another victim of oouaumpllun " ueae inoiaus, uumiwring about
ukbeuoue couaidera the proa- or Pneumonia But wheu coughs 50li' " relieve I.embi oouuty.
ciaofabig lucreaae In the travel uud colds are propel ly treated, the "here their presence bas bean a
and from the railioad poiuU and tragedy ia averted. V G Uuutley, uurce of considerable annoyance.
curreapouding iucr...re.lu fieighl. of Oak landou , lud, antes: 'My "
wife had ih . mauuipuou, aud Ipoaeal bar Peasitv.
Orgaau. Tra.Pl..tiai Clak. tbra dortor. gave her up FUoll, I "
she took lit. King's New Discovery
u ague and Malaria, eai. bt rein
ed and cured with Kle trie Hitter-
Tbiaia a pure. Ionic medicine, oi """' I' relating lo miner
especial benefit in malaria, for n ' mU- " H"1"1 P'lttiag
eiert a true curative mlluenea on "f l'"" ' I rtgklel ay I
Ibe diss, driving it entirely out '' '- I "" '
of the a) el. in Ilia Uiinll to Rg ' '-ln.il.
preferred to Quinine, having none
of Ibis drug's bad after-ell. I
B Monday, of Kecrieita Tea, Alfalfa sued. Ilgige clover aad
write: "My brother was very low 'I in I top seed ;
with malarial fever and jaunln -.
till be look Kleotri. Ilittci.. which
aaved bis life At the City Drug '(leer .V
store; price 'eUc, guaranteed. '
aystan alfalfa aessl, rbd
Call un i etamine and get pr,
J ITIWM MM M TKt fa
waooasc ratal, staaa. o.ai
Napton &, Boyd
leal Estate. lira its ludag.
L I' W
. lit t-l&-jr Hi nMe4MMaaNBaMraW9r4
sua RsfB W
WANTE.') Agel.la. II.
Haleauien, Clerks and everybody
who wants to enjoy a good hearty
laugh lo send 'c for "Tip lo
Ageols " Worth I 0 lo any per
aou who sella gooda (nt a living.
If not aaliefactory your in
back Circular for stamp
Dr WbiUi electric Comb Co , l
IxKiking for aoapa Sea .-. I. a 1
A Bu Jeliuai.'s ad.
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
E. N. NELSON
H..S...... M, TBI- II l
Watchmaker and Optician. " TWL
Second door north of post office. mJsm X2a.lav
awta at a
xrrLG, Oxearon vvine5. Liquors anu v-tjfars.
liilliarcl anil Pool i ubk.
York, at one tim,- had her heaun
e. :. .. .j r ... .1 i lor roiiruuiiillon eoo.hi. and cold
. ... r .. ... iu io. u,e ,.lu.o,a - - ' .pulled will. kli. Iroubl hbe writ-
the eparacly luuuied aSOtl I cutad her and today .he IS J
. l in Olegon There uae h.-tn rl1 '"' u' U "" l ,.
8lnktu ' I,UB "' ' (" 'lo"
for years, but nothing sun i i
it, UOtll I Uer.J BU k.rli- An
A n ui. k and aura bealer
. sortM-. i
ibe Cuy Drug 6
IMC IRUaUM HAS MTE NfcOS.
van I Zed on the liie.r
Ulne tu Teaae what is It t.ua...n .e.- al Mle .nd
tree planting mil The ..:, .... ol , ' uu ' "" ' Dru I
jeorgauiaiion sullicmn ' '' in ire
I I'urpoee.. It h Rfoaad aae
esful to the pollil wheie In . For Sale Five cin-lce laM VI
iraliot. of the national forealrv Ontario, -tu lots in Lawou, lu lota
rvjoa haa been secured. in I turns; loU aci. - I go.d Und a Huri.r. lb luntt
v t tr.uers' cot.greas naa uelo in 1"'- of il aallltal gieadoe lu miie. Byi luttV heoiue coiioected with
iowii of this 'I. i..e di.iiict last i of Bums, um.oproved, 10u (h. tHitaide aorio m another year
uuimer, al wnich iher. alUuaea a " . .ar oaaoie null.- WHO pre- through I h uulpl. r Vaili y Ka.;-
nester trom the deparlmcnl of , eui . rop ol wild grum ii.n.li..g. fu-j. huh is now heiuiin for
ucullure The suggestion was 00 a houee end good Li.oe. Par- Canyon C;ly, on tbe John Day
e thai the people organise a titulars can be ublaiue-l at this Kiver. likewise fur Prairie Citv
fur the puipoae of establish-! oftjoe. say the Telegram
rovea of trees on then (anus. Duimg l!o the Hompter Valley
region is naturally treeless, l-k Dul Uot tbe aafely Incu- buju goj mliun o( roj D(1
here is every reaaon lo Ulieve oalor, now it runs without a lamp. ' Mjded lh-l re,ioui- or
certain aueoio ul ireee will i NV ' s"'"' 'l it, huru Lr.i ;.;.. miu, o...o
w if tney are propetiy piauled Oregon. u OD4,ratiou WLl tue ,;.,,
oared for The people of tbe Job priuting The Times-Herald to be undertaken this year bav not
HAS M SUBSTITUTE
A Cream of Tartar Pawdar,
free from alum er price -
aovsi, asjuno eewoca oo., aaw veaa.
j The Finest of All 4
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
l.r Sale Vol; a!
Hotel Burns Bar
A ents, Burns, Orm.
ii(;..0l.wniui.t . i a
Blacksuii thing uni
Club Rooms in Couinxtion.
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'"TSR&W THE TIMES-HERALD.
Burns. Oregjon Job Printing.