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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1907)
Tb" .flicil Vapor of Hnrnej Coimn,
liar the laravM rirrnlalimi nl i. .nr )
the beat Hihrrtirnff milium in Kaatwn
burns, muNn county ori i , -. i"'
fhrrtf Unrtift) gnntifra j
J CMffl Ml HM-I Of ' I't.M"! r I
land. 4,,.'t. I irn J
In rnlry iimlcr lha aalriii land . I
2 the I inl.il "tatM
s or sin i iMmppi r sections.
Harne count alone, one of
the M BO unties comprising his
liriuPK RIPOKTS work atstnci. contains an area of about
IT iiMIIFTi"l) 10,00(1 so uaro miles, as large as
ral of the smaller eastern
Congressmen in the districts
of Philadelphia and New York
are able t.. I --ilk around the bor
ders of their entire districts be
fore breakfast. Here is one vast
LAND BUSINESS FOR YEAR
Bl RNS LAND DISTRICT COVERS HM.
nmnl. Wild La Lcrlall
t 4trtn Pra l.i.a
tile in flntl.r. Ola.
tort Vacaal Oavaraatat laaa Taaa
Orktf Matrkta ( Stato-M.IM.Ma
Acraa Saatod la Eatry.
Register Farre has just com-
Timber and S1
lento son no
45 original Mnstt
8 Aral uo.oo
18 iml. sch. selec'n
2 Nov . , 'n
MM l WOMAN IWOM 1)1 VIII
liH VI M) I'lUMiMI
SMtMill -i Is HANDS IIIRMIl
f IIINO Ol I II VMI--
I 10 Oil
Inspectors in charge C(n)n(v in the district represented I P,e,ed nis verlv report of the Miscellaneous fees
of dipping sheep in by Congressman Ellis havinir a ' lands unappropriated in this dis-
wi Lae1 unihiM ii
llanrtat Brah and M
Eataa. ftorrialt lirata
came in from the border line about
itaht section kit Sat- length.
few day" furlough.
pn in the hem con-
many weeks and as,
was sent in he took
iall announces that
Ooo ai i Jin 1. 1 mo head
e been diptnxl in
thai me i
let leal I. com.
cabies. Only a few
i found to be infected
It and he state) that
leted by the
400 miles in
Andvei. the memlers repre-
rowded districts of
tin easteni cities draw the samel
pay as Congressman Ellis, who
- sent the second district in
Oregon, comprising an area of
In many small congressional!
rkta in the east there have
bean no postoflice changes for 20
Pa, There are no navigable
-. io Indian reservations, no
reclamation projects, no timlvr
lands, no public questions to Lake
up the time of congressmen.
(Aside from their duties at the
sessions of congress, the mem-,
' "" " rx r in manj eastern districts
have absolutely nothing to do ex-
trict. The report was forwarded
to the Department on July 1 and
shows a total of 10.413.506 acres
unappropriated in the district, in
the various counties, as follows
(irand total of collec
Lake Cuaai) Pioneer Deail
I i , th Uigg
word the Hrtl of the w.vk gft
nouncmv the , aid of her broth-
6.357.077 ,r- A- ' Hampton, at Paisley,
15,652 rtH-enlly. DeotMtd was sulfer
relinquished and m from MrU-hf disease and a
'caDt look after the interests of a
tnal ' rs ! handful of pensioners.
During their entire term many !
of them never travel a mile in the
interest of their constituent! ex-1
to ride to Washington to at
tend the si-skiiiIi
Here in Oregon if a member of look ,ike cenU
iHinimi attenrla In bia rlnti. vet " ovr
U he must ride hundreds
of miles i i '.erior in ricke-
.-aneolloH rlurinir th.. vmp in the letter of
various counties was:
This report shows the
territory covered by the Burns
land district and also shows more ningtO go on a visit
Thos, Sprajrue w 'it up
from Dog Mow
.. tvng l A. M' K r medi-
attendance, Mr. Spr
had both his hands badlj burned
as a result of putt il the
thai would have eauseil
the death ( M
id caught tire
from burninn bi u
M Raymond had recently
come irn from 'alii d had
1 1 1 rhorept Oil was in to help
rlurln the week.
Il i ;.hm1iu w;is a bn
I It) he lllst i.f the
i Vllen and son Fred
M a isit to I'ortland
Julia Hill has been the
.I her sister, Mrs. Jay
UcmM i he I'-isi Meeh.
uh Burrow gave a par
ty to her youi ft lends at her
evening In honor ol Miss Klo
TIioiih heel i 'sitmn
I'hal pair t halters and collar
N. BROWN & SONS
Studebaker Wao ns, .ttiggiea,
Huckboards, Sleighs and Sleds.
Deering Mowers. Kakes. Hind
era and leaders.
Send in your orders for herring I traa.
Fairbanks-Morse & Co. Gaso
line Engines, Pumps and Irrigat
siaieti lie was ih'tler. Mr. iiam
",4 Po w"s 1' pionrei i ol
2(5y that MCtioa and leaves a wife
.44 an tWo children, He i
employed Mr Sprague to build , ,,, ,,. V . Front Barn
: her Ian. lie Klnm-i ,,, ,,,,,.,. u. .,.lni(., r ,he
mattet e ill be laid before the
I he MTs4in guiltv
here a few years ago and
1R S; quite w. -11 known to inanv liar
great ney coimt people. Mrs. Kiggs
and her son t harles wen- plan
to him im-
irk. all comply -
the law required. '
encoi. n the
f the oounl
in Monda) nioriinii
oinc s;ige brush on the site and
set it on tin- In the afternoon
neighbor's and ai the brush was
still burning decided to do some
clearing herself. Mi Sprague
was busy at (he building about 'A
. .'cli K'k ami -a - he n .ill diHs
not know how In .i , .! ,i
l-ut in some manner her rtothing
caught and he wa uddenly
Hemes. i had to cluwe
her inn d t. en e In catch
ing her but Until) did
found it neeeeaar) to tear otr all
her clothes liefore I Msjeded
ty stage coaches, to look after
sparsely settled districts where
poetofBces arescantily atronized
N mail facilities are
meager and gfad
most remote .ttlement
lee. The she
vacant land than all the other mediately alter HM tth Uf.
land districta in the sUte. gs has th.- gflunlh) of hi
These flgurea will make the many friends here in her l)ereave-
man who says there is very little m,'n'
vacant land left in this section
Harney coun- U.I ill iok im DPSFRT
of vacant government land. Prof. Roliert Wallace of Edm
While this is not all desirable it burgh. Scotland university, an in putting out il lad)
stands to reason that at least a educator of international t, isl) bun
large portion is good agricultural and an authont haul.. !.t but not I
land. science, who i ; t. Hiring t
Harney county ia still the mewt r forth. aareh Ing the back of het i uwi
desirable place in the entire west ;iII,j a delving Into Amet
for the homeseeker and is still in methods with n i ol applyii u
them to the agricultural d
tiguras Ukeu mrn( ,,i s. aid to the
i' rests, a congressman
spend his entire time in
rig the needs of his people
I "und and then not be able to visit half
'i' :' LsJbi .mportant i.ints, for sheer
: I and H. f (j,.
For the reaaon that tutrni
r rath. B are 8man anj eastern
" nusationa are not iireasinir the
demands of western congress
men are too often discredited
and ignored by eastern members.
There need is need of s better
understanding, there is need of
more acquaintance between dif
ferent perta of the country, that
all its vast interests might be
carefully and intelligently dealt
East Oregon ian.
led in the county
11 up t aUiut
mt range m Har-
r precaution Mr.
Tom did u"i n
l until the lad)
when he ' gun I
ton of hit own nil a His
Colorado r si onn w
growth .sh m In. K ii : ilfei
in- ed so much pain Out
ing land suitable for raising till cided to cutm- to tin-1m I i In
excesses 51.48$ 64 35 1 kinda ,,f irram .and there araear- i..ar dressed th. pounds Mon-
in- .. -.i; tin,, of 'ner virgin waie.
I be official. Everv liumM fami. I ' '"' folkiWIllg
il . ..titled ,fr,,mhi report of the businei D
public serviea, that it of tn for thc P"t year is
... .... rV tiit iint -
. und in this "' "-.
with its multi-
Jl'LY 1 TO SKPT .). 190ti.
ikmy them is known
1 1 mi Intend to bin hi Adam
(tiNiigr. lb' anil fiiriii.li vmi iUii.
Analimia, doors eladeat and
Ml ImmiI half what win
do wa for marl i "-! Ad.lrraa him
lion. C W I'urrishand daugh-
Hl II u'iie . t.Nik their de-
(Mirture Sunday afternoon for
' iron I H Mi I'airish could
get ' 1. 1 from his ill
I decided to go out to
I mad If his health
does not improve he proposes re-
turning to Portland again. His
man) fm nil hoM' for sa'd
lbc lust Mar
M. In ami i
MBAU8 AT Uti HOURS
BaWary in eunneetion
k Seaisll) sf Skerl Oresn.
I t ltd avarf tiling
tl in ' ' Vuur patron
i place an Irrii
farm and demonstrate
do before a pa
what it will
Complete line of
Dry G(K)ds, Furnishings
Clothing, (Mts, Shoes
Contractors and Builders
Cnll ami get Estimates, I'iaiirt in lrlcA
you have vork m linie
THE BREWERY SALOON
again often In In
BN1 a IMODOMllotl 10
as several corrals
ipossible io diain-
-.- veil make fgej
itIIMIS Mil Ol I'll tl
91 original 1S.U84.96
26 final 3.727.70
Timber and Stone
62 entries 9.515.96
62original 11.752 26
13 final 2,673 55
2 sales isolated tracts
5 state indem. selec.
1 sup mineral 3. 10
OCT. 1 TO DBC
II iissii aa ! m m iSai
Most of the sheep men who are 8 "iuUtkms
taking their flocks into the mm
Mountain Nutional Forest 'xel .
a .satisfied with the allot- 2tS
i JtAau K-i3nnJ 4.876.54
I11VI1U9 aiiu mnmuuui'n v. ..... Itv
Morrow county sheepmen claim
that ti ilia county flock-
t.AA.M ui-tj iruttmir t h lllili'a
n :: i r Mr ..
aa oriKinai O..UO.W
9 f.nal 1.711.98
2 mining applica.
1 idem, act selec
3 Nor. Pac selec.
Timber and Stone
40 entries 6,112.49
tain kinds of alfalfa which I M UNn a
cally unknown in this coun- inspsctkn Immsms) m
try which withstand the frosl that I he burn w inotdaSl
of high altitudes and which I am except in a few pi. do.
sure would thrive in Colorado n Mr. Sprague will suf
without irrigation. lasting or p ' "h
"If authorities would jury. He will be laid up foi
go into the matter thoroughly, weeks, howwer. Tom '
Colorado would become one of
th.. lrtwatMit MOTH'iillnnil aBaass Such lleoiii s m k i i ominelid-
fl! Ms! would indue, able and it was most t
'an enormous iminignition In that a man of his m .
I Dassing through the id was present.
district 1 wa.i -.iruck with the 1 1. ere i.- not the least d"iibi
similarity the Mai to that at th. young lud wool.
the UX of th.- Andes mountains ed to death.
in South America, when
ajtjntMl iMMSSi Iih'I Smith wh I t two
-1 ii -.I auta
thataUuy eompan) in England Wilson,
i, a, n Mi. i. day He i ebl round
of bul i- still
,',.,. ,.. , ,. ,,i iK accomimnicd him lion
iiiwi '' m .-B.-
grains, which ail mean an
ntOUS gait) l" the ana. -i
. M rj
.ml an H . Ilali.'li 1. .lri,,.l Uii
Hfuml i ill' I ' 'li i in ni.ki ii
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
WINFS, LIQUORS, CIOAR8
. i ii hi . Mini an I iHll M fl I
Your Patronage So'icited.
HARKEY VAII.FY UEWINC COMPiR.
lames Hicks, Manager
"I :ri at
Ul ill OKIOXlN TK min trouble aoema to eome
from complication from the con-
K. Kllis of ' fnion of getting started and a
uts just returned to; lai u-r-utding of;
oia The range former-,
uied have been cut up and
effort I.- find out priority rig hu have not been re-
and wan j aay the sheepmen,
legisui ion. and to) Another complication cornea for
reason that formerly the
' ll'h ."Ul I luul tlu. l.u'iir ulti.
-on of con- tudea early 'in the aeaaon and 3 c0""""""
worked up on the snow capped
peaks later fsj the season as the
sno l.-a.es. The way it i
LOCAL AND PhKMmi
JANUARY 1 TO MARCH 31. 1907.
gleaiied from a
, lower alti-
. ...d and the sheep al-
loUsl Ii mountains are
-- - ...
and I the stockmen think that in time ol original
nai rwl in .u: 1! L. , ., 5 final
C"ej '.linie' '" w- v-1..wv..j u.
n. '.y :
trial life of
4 excesses 16.06
107 original IMM II
12 final entries
Timber and Stone -84
Desert land entries
M Ind. Sch selec
J.ili printii t Tka 'I'm,
We're having fine growing
2 00 weather.
('reparations are being
throughout the eottl Rm
162 00 harvest sea
Hem. I.'iigisia the city at
present under the tree
Miss Veva. dau, I Mr.
600.00 and Mrs Vic OsMtd af '
It llll' I
840.00 f,,r 1,, -
2,396.39 . (.u. All Mess ar.
You HM) Raga an Account with Ml In
'PORTLAND. OR lit j ON Mam at..
Ami wtii Nciglilwr Kirnvvs Nothing of it.
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TKIm 11 I DOM I v
Burns. - Oregon.
Teclc Z1l10 HoaLd.-u.avrta)XMi.
Wiie5 Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms in Connection.
uoniMlO.auio. t. 1 a
Black sin il hi n and
ALL WORK GUAR
ANTEED. auma. Or oi or
Ljj PmmmmmmmmmmBmi 1
Maao to covei
. out ilt
for a few mile,
raat bulk of the
reached b stage
j- between in many
M. B. Hayeb wa. in the city 3 nwng gfp
Monday on some business before ' ""' b"c
j.robaie court He informs J
iierald that himself otoa tracta 80.00
and family have just returned forracseM w.uo
from Malheur county where they
a I : end
30 w lmi. da . accomj i
Mr. A. M. nyi'i wi, arriv-
100 00 Mr. Rutherford and fan
4'(M) ,,, ok county
2.00 '' '
114.0(J H. N. Measner, one of our
$38,02.1 Kansas, was in from his honuv
AMUL 1 TO JUNE 30, 1907. stead a few days during the
Homestead uk. Mr. Measlier lias some
were called on account of the siisceuaneous lees
of his father-in-law
l V I'l'jviuuil Tho manv Total
Mends of Mr. (laypool are glad
. i .u. k ia . th mut r nomesu-aito wee
reeuverv again with every proa- 14 original 22.616.57 2.283.12 fine standard bred horses w huh
Z?"LJ, LJJZZ 3 final 480.00 1800 he will have in Mdineas for th.
.,, i,..;. it h l adverse claim 10. 00 fan-this tall
i vinos iunk or i in:
Title Guaranteed Trusi Company
ACIIM Ulhi-IIOk Ol llll hIAII "I MWMlON
I , -lit
a ibjecl to i'li
burn Rosi H Hill, Vice President
I I Burl lohn I- Ail. I. on, Secretary
Cbaa II Ko,t, A-,.
i40-J44 VVaahiiiMlon St.. Cor. Second
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I!WUH " PAKTICILAKS
IJouLiJiit MT JM JTIIW
tToo jaf"TMr;. d PRICES
MeeJaae. ' 1 c" ' ' ssjeiM Mnartnj
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