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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1908)
I a IDIDAi I I POM : i iwk
HUMM i:in kin RATMl
. nr l.li,
decided to ask the Prcaident NO MORE CHEAP HREF. "The flrsl ranchei cu1 up were
t Mm in clearing the situ ilm,,wl,Mv the ranchmatt own
Won to sending n larpc nnrl im- 'There willbe no more cheap led the alternate sectione, The
M I . ' A L - - 1 1 I. . ..ill..' ...ill . .
posing fleet to strike orange land is a thin sum own niMwwi,
tli" hearts of those Ian eap cattle and ind
PorBali WO tons of alfalfa MeOowan i Niehola havi
iimotln hay. Call mi or ; i-nntotnors tor ri'lintiiiiHlimi'iiis.
Oh. yea? Evarj man who casta rhed the shores of
a baltot Tuesda) has voted right empta-a."
according to his views Inn
will it suit thr other follow'.'
LOWE'S TMITRI t. NOV. "Id.
BetteT i" careful how you talk
on election da) we have tl
nipt practice law now, you know,
which permits one to onh saw
d and voo
There Will be a lot o( cheat' ! i
molted immediati Ij
becomes known. Many v.
have hen; made i" thi
when the lea II ' pirod the
who insisted on war with a po V with the " "a ne nn Bn" wm9 wn
erof whos,-immense resouro pland." Col. Ike T. Pryor, I nothing for the nmchmanto do
they knew nothing. It v. the Cattle Men's As- bul sell his nlternnte .section
be an object leeson. The i ol Texas eaj In ! i nth- TheC. C. Slaughter ranchei hnve
leeson, said the senator, ws tern Stockman, i people of bee" '"' r much as anjr. The
eeesful even before thi imerica must faa the fun Capital Syndicate has been cm
tuation. Thepreeenthiirhprieein two oj tne sale or a imrt oi
.. tempo-ran thins. Hi liu"1 ' "",,-s- Yo will
It is the result of cutting up of remember that the state sag
into tarn, WM """ " ' B.vnnicara mat re-
nfmui ,nt ,1.., ceived 3. 000.000 aerosol land for
The Times-Herald is in i for beef as a penaltj erectii
of a letter from Mr Lowe man forthel king up of the prair-
the Madison Square The- le and the settling of the new
aire Co., statine hi country.
will be In Burns again on Nov. B Col. Pryor lives in San Anton
end 10. Marly in the week he "' Mil Controls a Commit
wrote tlun WOUld he lure o. II .it the Kansas Cit
on nighl and produci "Ten Stockyards and spends soMe of
in- in a Barroom", but latei his time there each year, says
sent word they v, . Inurnal.
1'h here until ' rhe number ol cattle in Tex-
!th. They will t'lav "A Men well a on tl of all
See them if you want to buy or
NOTICE VOX PUBLICATION MOW01 FOR PUBLICATION.
Ililtn.. Ilrrgnli I I'.Wh 1
More than half of
that land I old for farn
and small ranchca,
"Wonderful changi have I
made. I am si ill a young1 man.
but I have driven e.attle from
i to Montana, when I did
not see a fence or a e! tier's hul
between the Arkansas river and
the Platte. First, we en
Kansas as far east as Weill
'.'II ., Aliprn
i nil penman
utml rhfttftrlcr .f lh lmi!, or tof
rpMOn, i" rii" Alt) mikI t.' ppllpnl,
en-ii mh.lm . .'f prolMI In Hii
I t ton
ICE FOR rri'.l.KATION
Rnrat, Oiofon, Mptomi
II. inner i
I VMIInmeii. Mi II
I iiitcni'nn I" nink' I lnl re i i mr I
iRlilIdh i iiili'i in 111
i lAlmftnt "" ''''
.imiii r Hanklna, l I '
IMIkOtoV. H n '. I hirlrn
' nwenp, nl llnrru. flrtflOfl
n 1 ,i ,i
NOTICK I'oi: l'i III IC TI
Rl, u nlbbard
- nreiC.M). nil
ton and Ellsworth, then I
tain Daisy-" the first nitrl an- decn une. Now when ale
'T aterially at preeent" says m:l" Wiim ml cattle to M
i that the ,.m;. Mr, I. net "Thi big ranches tanahe end them ! rail.
beyond the ,. ,;,i, mall ranche
boundsofdei ghtinper- Portland sine be was here and irn After thi tarn, AW MM) C0MM0.
eir Hallow'en pranks will improved the fanner, will
Tii' utile in ti Dl I I: Bibbard i-l;ick from
atedand the pie, no during fail wi ;' " than the stockmen an his trip to the southern part of
the do not get hold the I
and di dam- :i i i i hiirhev ot-i,,.. thai, n,.. hi hen1 nl line Jeraev eattli
iiiiitik. Orairnn, I I
III r In lien ' l'i nnli ' ' '
i.i Nnlti . CriHiilin ' i. i
tiro of Intpnllm
i .... ,
l Iftltn l'i tinini", nn wltnen".
llnrrT i m IiI
il linrn.. iirni lipnnln liellwn, nl Siilli
H I M'HK. K'Xl-l. I
'I' I.i'1 h
K- tv.. mbi that
the lav ;':.' Mm Ml Hal
any i I and
should i ted.
m im ism i uinik
Th. ever , , water ward,- , II .
man that count) bj ih. rd of
to im- Fish Commit
bant who ;.
le opplys to m
uuui n cmen are um '"I1 to uie aoarnem partoi
will doit ' will be more ttieeountj and thiiweji ttart
and mus; ed a intit, to Huntington i" meet
which .. ioped from Port-
u. ch a section of ,!ni1' '" Biat point Then will be
iand will take rare ofS0or40 btogght in from tne railroad b)
head i When the land rtagee ao ae bo an
. turn, d inte a farm It will take '"'"" ''''"- ' onditi. i. li
' saat twice as man. '" BJbbard, came wWj tl
owing some other pro tie from Portland and wil taka
duets, imt the farmer cannot at- l'i' his permanent residenci ere,
ford t. cattle for the old This i oii ol tl ii
ittle at a pro- toward itnt
QEER & CI
New Simp Opposite the first N
mild not be dam It thi
with tile 11
is important that '
1 placed III tl
nform to the law.
that even tl inty
A 'phone meeaage ft
oiMedfordmaj continue to do McKinneyA Purington m
hii.-im renins annoui
sage of law
VUMs that .M- ittn-il may license
nion nam. d Wil-.
ft hand eomplotels
charter pro- from thearmbygattiagrit cauffhl
in the planer. Dr. Griffith went
nijflit and found al
in iiarney eouir .uni
of how the mould meet with the a
ihe fact :i"' We want the n
more than quar- "ul ' i;,,, batter li
s million .I-. ..id home,
the Port Worth
Beautiful white- wak-mm CAU
ind the Notice is .
: with the " '
I, ere bad I II ,r' ' "'
:,;, ., calves Harney c u trranl
Inter. m tin
Dated at Bn I
man', ha Mai dt Of Oeloix
entin Taka a ranch M. Jami
ondrad thoaaaad acre., for Tiaasajrar Bansm Caunt: Oil
' o Us S0,
Me one else. Tile '! oll ITS SUffl
ill hasn rai.eh '"- MailZaa I'ile Itemed'
half as keg aakakdtM- briaaitattsi arith tkaftrat agsjU.
ourse a corresuond- i;l""" (iunrantoed, I'r.
" . .1 i.
Tli S..," i.i " i.. ; addll
Deem Line o( Hiding Plows. Isliyht In mpis
nod ('.m.n l full .' ;;cniiine merit, sad
shown its met to,
It has am na its neht to be
lass I. inn tool It Is
ritioal tarmcr nod be a nionoy
uiii. "If It's a Deere-It's Rihf
and t , me opt atOf nnd team
ai niu! .. ,i tonjfuelcis plow a tongue
all . but one I tupplii d
light ci It that " The Stun 1 1 th
simple-it riding plow built, anyone who oan hook nj
It illy, It i'
sesses many not found on other til.
illustrate and discriln them,
.ad all the iufoniiatioti you want
about thiii saperioi impleaaat
C. H. VOEGTLY
'to v ''WivJui
Vuor i.i... uc BsUehai
m range catth
rto O in llle
ne . Ore
u eieonie man
Fred Haines, H..
the I by thi tegia- underneath and removei
hit.:: thumb seemed i
Accordini ion the
Twi places in
witi i. All
-plit and he left that B
that will hi
h- moved when hi
M.. d Ih.- Work Merc.
land TeleflTSjn mis dts ef-
ftctive ir thisi ldden. He onh. too
OSCAW sv i :
parent- bj this I I
and his frit
unite likely make us tdiort
fruit lor the winter. Ontheoth'
ever, it wou ;
mtj Pruil napeetor Leon
:ilili ,v. he lleii- nl. -Lfil.. -il .. .in th.. i ..!.'... I.. '
." iiiiiiii iii.ui i;. orum
um hi in
anj other ivsult o I'ruit
tfrowmt. he pour tn
me wiioie oi-iwav. nils ore
nil., rent people from Lus-
passed awaj , Ih
nounosd his Nines t. h
in this cltj and tl.
,1 l:. i .i . i i
""J leuii.eu inai lie ii...
Call on The
HARNEY COUNTY IMPLEMENT &
J. I. Case Plows
Sanders Disc Plows
Star Wind Mills
Ib Harney Saw Mill
L. R. BUNYARD, Propt.
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding
Finishing Lumber, Shingl
U LL TO BAKNB1 GOOD ROAD
n orsaa ii. d. Askfaraaa, Han
The Most Popular House
Headquarters for Traveling!
Mrs. ELLA MAKT'If HnJ
" v.- v .. ..v, v
77ff Up-to-Date Pharmacy
Tin plu,, ui ,, p i i UIH lliHt
M: WANT rOUl TRADE
(ourtcHfi and Accuracy our Motto
Headquarters for School Applies
um mi mint in tin druv in ncltuut
inn- li n, iu ,i, 7 it mi hand u, 'It In nliul
lu tn t it l,n nuu.
axTr :o:Ee"crGr stoee.
H. M. HQPTON, Fropt.
. v . ..
BURNS LIVERY AN
moat svervone '' tnc"' 'll tho eouli
eaa detect the smell of coal oil, the kidneys to perform theii
and uly thing to dp with ual functions am
tin- dou.-ed appleais tnsend them ... i-i-i. ...
to th, ,.,..., :,i,rv ' " " " " "" '""nime
Ths v. riii-r "'l'oL hit" lv a '-.i. ,
in- Kiuiii-i iiulioiii UK" anu waa
worm) apples. Had be
ii it in time be would have
tin- i'ruit inspect!
one of .
many friend Ri
lalla. tin. lune 6, i -
IP wai the .,ud
A. s. Swain anil hud n
ad in this count) sineechiidl
He leave.- heside.s hi.- oan i.i .
!'' Sisters, M:- Julian B
ll to the AliaeulidalMrs. Sain Ml h , -luad Misses
Helene and ! i Swain
MikaJi. KcMue.sitd Ibc Visit
d from Kahspell, Mont..
the Atlantic fleet land a brother, Albert,
wai em to J the request his untimeh end.
'-a. v.. .t.-melU made the I'reshvterian ehmeh i
11 " addn United 'w morning at li i
Suites Senator Dixon. Mr. Dix- Hev. A. J. Irwin. I
own at I
ington Ism on Um Beat
started on it. voyage around the
the Hum., camati
E. llollida an, I M P. Id, I.
worm tnat tie-seutimetitot many lidav of Louisiana. Mo
poopWOi Japan was likely to here Wed,,,, day to mak, final
oruij- on war.
"This sentiment wa-s not shared Both
proof on their timber -
are favorable nm,i-.. .. ,1
by the ruler and bis eonsellor.s, adth the Harney country and
but it was so great they could likely invest in more ,..'.! .-i..i..
8oon. Tiles have returneil hnnui
make no headway aKainst it.
Then it was tiwt the Emperor again.
BIGGS STOCK FARM
One mile north of IlurnK
l am breeding Btaadard Hied Horse., tod Poland China
Hogs. My breeding stock is ot the best both ui ,, bn
individually. f) youne -t. ' .. f(
prices at all times, i guaraatae avarj animal ex-
enied. i have young pitfs for sale tha ill be
' deliver) in August and Beptembi
No. 1. One -1 year old stallion by Dazzler 2:3
be by I lipid 2:18 (a full brother to Sidney Dilloi
u Dillon l:58i.) He is lit t ,-uee or head .
but you can see him trot al any tim. al the I air
and then see his speed. (J.xxl sie, style and ac
tion. '. 3-year-old lilly well bred her Dam being o
umi :toj. en stynsn rooiI action and will ma.
eiioice urtver or Hrood mare.
i. a On.. P-ii-L.... ...Ml :.-u l.
w.. . , nv, .).,, kiii weiiri DCLWe.i, HMl A
lbs and due to farrow In August by my iuT
Harney Ideal. No i!27.
All the above ;ue in good condition and Nos. 1 ft 2n
fat use and will be priced right if taken soon.
No. 4. One saddle horse, a little old bul I -ervice ihiv
id. and will make a good pack horse and a fair saddler
V r. A o , i .,. ..
u n -year-oiu ony nily, gentle to ride or d
nice for a child or email pataon. Also ohaa
HAttBY, PBMWIOKi JACKSON.
:' 1IKY (iOODS, I LRNISMINUS, SHOHS, HATS AND CAPS
Fruit Vege tibles. Soft Drinks. Confec
tionery, Cigars and Tobacco.
& IUI USB
Special Alitiiiciofl (id
to lunduui'ig lumrai
NliH ANU ACCIKAII IIAV Kill
IN CUNNEC1MIN Wild BAKN
BUR VS MILL!
Rough and Dressei
Rustic, Flooring, i
GREElN RIVER WHISKEY l Neare Sawmill to Bur
Lumber Yard in li
The Whiskey Without a Headache
JIS C. a Wmskey l)u.s ixvo usvd lor the pa,
0 years iota U. g. hispHals, Army u ,s,n
aceouai ... n, ,,. HajBOy main hs all
li.l.lnli. ahiialiil r .. ""
" F-y " '- lumiiy use us u tonic aim
J. W. BIGGS, Burns, Oregon.
o'er in -., I,
THE BURNS HOrEL BAR SOLE AGENT
HENRY RICHARDSON, Proprietor
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
Club Rooms in Connection
Courteous aiulMilitrJntf liui. 'iViuleis
EVERYTHING 1 IKST-CI.ASS
K. J. Alt k i. NON,
The old favorite I amil
; HOMH COOKING. I
Feed Barn in toi
SOU i H BURNS, ORC(i' ' -
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