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flrial Pipw ol Hornet C-ctenl . J
i Isrgvet circulation ami it oo ( J
M advertising medium in Ksatern
mjrj i i b g w .mrm
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Ch rtl Mrntt Count rg
r an KTM ol M"",00 aera n(
land. 4,721 .IHWsrre. .t vacant nrt,r. i
In entry muter Hie pi Mir lind law ol
Hit lulled Males
BURNS HAKNKV COUNTY, ORKtHiN, AUGUST tH. If8
AN TOWN P . I. .8 Co rai.ch,-an ideal TilEQRRAT HARNEY COUNTRY
place to camp I can assure you,
fine ohadc. fin mountain stream.
cold water, ph nty of vegetahle and PINE CtOPS IN SPITE OF THE BACK-
. The Date Si
fruit and trout in abundance f.
mile from the new strike and town
it called Dyke I hare visited
the minea, but not being a miner
will not try to describe the quality
of it. In some specimen I could
ee gold with the naked eye.
Mr. Ellis' mine appear to be the
best prospect, he has 18 inches of
lbvel-or(, which the Iwet in fro-ma.il min.
TaHtti hi llrcksr. aVarlai Ftmt Pratt
Alfalfa. Orala at Vrfetakte
needed i ro
de at least
i tlifir shoul-
v i nu.ider-
o attend tii"
r not assume
ers tell roe will go $50 to the ton,
To one who has been cooped up
in an office for a long time and on
ly knows condition of crops and
tne country in general from hear
the coffin was covered with them WILL NOT EFFECT OUR STOCK
She was laid to rest, near s friend
in the Oddfellow's cemetery
Albert h Clay pool was born in PAlKPfl-HOUSE SCAN8AI S CUT NO
Crook County, Ore . June 2H, 1884
After living there a year her par
ents removed to Harney County j
where she pent happy dava among 0taa I lie Stack Seat t Wtalra Marfctt
friends and relatives, until four Accsnilag la C J. MINI. Wk
years ago, when they came to Vale, '
ICE WITH W.
20 other prospect claim as much aay, a ride across the Great Harney
or more In my judgment thare alley is a revelation One can
are 10ti more within a rtdiou. .1 hardly realixe the vast and rapid
mile, of hi. ramp Thia i certain-. obmngM jn ( Mm aUi,
Ira gold bearing mountain, can haj( hoen wltnesaed.
find gold anywhere bat not enough ,,,. (h(i ,. Wn
in .place to justify a mill M" I n mnv un.ctf it also ha.
place, water i -carer, and absolute- Url . lr(,wWk Whn
ly no wood The propactora are . . . - ;.,; r m..
iiiwan es i" i 'mini i i i r- a " biion i iii
ny growing crop nd then think of
llv disci.Med l"""'"""' '" a . iruge ...
the near lulu re Men are here
of the league
f orate ii gen-
Nit and next
mark the he-
Irons all over the county. A man
came here from Hunt, so I am
told started up to visit Ellis' pros
pect, which is a mile from the town
ight, up a very rugged mountain
got to the first bench and sat down
i clean mi thf
r... .... ....... -... I....L k:.u I ....
r . , , j. i" .10 ii" 'in, i niiir n.i . mil iip.i III
n the place of . . .
II "catch the
do KSettrwia Later the
Mt Hrt" dale for
ard. a the hnainea. por
'tally hope to extend the
- a Hoi.lv add very
tb Hk- of it place,
beneHaia) in n sanitary
an annua to the public
idea ft harrcaae- the dan
min so Ite
la Two irin ago wild
and lit out for Rurn think hi
name wa Rrenlon
I would not adviae any one to
come here at thi. time it don't
look good to me The mine it 88
mile from Pueblo, good wagon
road all the way.
Now Mr Editor if you feel di
posed to publish thi. it may eave
some good man or men a long hard
Verv respectfully yours.
the unusual cold weather last Mav,
it is i ndiied remarkable to see o
much fine grain and the abundance
of garden produce
A representative of this (treat
Religious Weekly made a jaunt
across to the eastern part of the
valley during the week and visited
manv farms and ranches while en-
Malheur County, and have resided
Rerlha led a christian life, wa.
of. vtv happy and cheerful dis
position. True to her friends.
Which were many and who imoirn
her early demise Patient until
the last, clinging so tenaciously to
life until sha knew there was mi
hope, then calmly resigned
J C Millis. Ii restock agent for
the Harrin.an linos, ha been mak
ing an investigation on the effect of
the packing-house aoandala on the
market for Oregon cattle, .ay. the
Oregoiiisn e h. found that the
effect ban not bean noticeable, nor
doaa he believe it will ha.
ado ha bean
'I tkinV ikkiiIi
ma.l.i aLtnl m am 1 1
at siit ear at t.-l aipsi4 In At L r. aas i m
rem. vv nr iiwi e e i iti tin , ailiinuig .. -i,.
. ... . , Mr Milli "I think the packing
he would U consigned to her He- , ... . , ,
. , , , , house could have bean controlled
deemer. The parent and fannlv , . , . ,, .... .
I with lea. public outcry When the
null i in- inr-ji.--i riuiHiiii n
into three cli. --. nnnual. biennial
and pari nnl nd thin gives var
um method lo eradicate them
Hut nothing i- -" . M.'iii.iil as a
proper ritntnn ol .rcpn A stsn.
which pnttlde far one or more
year In eullivaWd krafal and one
or inori .-.:i- BVgkj( on each field in
flye to mi i ii cnrit will clear the
Weld-of nio-l ttaatik, increase the W
net im OflM pt r Here and tend lo
increac the f.rtilitv pf ttie soil
I tntltitton " ng n mall
gram in ana in I inM weedy
land . diveisiiied I ii i. iing means a
disapftearance of the need, lee
work and MOM pnieriiv for the
y Howaao acancr
eais.etNT w a aiaatt. v.or r iocnt
a a co wot si, ciiwn.
first national Bank
V A General Banking Bunlnemi Trnnnacted
S. COHHESPONDRNCR INVIT8D
1 he Fed ,.l lb World .
boat of friend..
broad terms i
government put. it stamp upon
neat it stand for quality, jutt the
ame aa it. stamp on the graanback.
I l not think the disalitturet will
h.vc any permanent effect on the
sale of ptcking-houee product, a
American good, ara too good lo It
alleeted by sentiment or prejudice
dry farming consists in the rotation v..ite must have meat to eat. and
of crop and surface cultivation to Lk kgl OTMl j. tht made from
conserve the moisture Thare is ...i..n ----- ru.n.i .... ...i.,..
route Nowhere was found n aO-1 "" patent on it i I is no secret and Pnr
solute failure in crops, regardlee
of turrounding condition (train
ha been raised under adverse con
ditions, yet it has made a crop.
We need farmer who know how
and will give the aeed a cli:i
then we will b'cnrae famous
Th. Welcomeville section has
produced well this year without ir
rigation rind those people are going
to have h place at the fair this fall
and will show up well They mav
not take am premium bul they'll
.boa Miaaourian that Harney val
ley will produce right in the a nd
The arteeian well on W. E
it i. not a mw system, the fact of .The d,m,nd for Oracon cattle
retention of moisture If cultivation ,a. not fallen off in the laaat, and
being aa old aa the bill. The on- the agitation doaa not effect range
ly novelty about It in thia country caUe. fat be.,,,, D0W gfroln u
being that some of our husbandmen (rPgon ranges lo the wester., mar
are enlarging the area of produc- krt. wnu, only young cattle that
lion by encroaching upon lauds be fed for a year or Iwo ou the
whioh have hitherto been deemed intermediate range ara being sold
unlit for the raiaing ni . .op. owing jn lh ,M Nol , ,jg, u,inad
lo lack of rainfall. Th. ordinary f hwf C(U8 hM nftffd (o ,
wheat farmer might get a pa.tial flMp ffcl1 thia year, aa tha
crop from some of the I. ...Is once ,.-,., ,. . t,... fr ... ,
liccHitsr Jlic Im slink commia
sion houses nf I'hii'iigo and Oma-
I hardly known here. ' "r not contcni witn a rea-
tatens to lake tonable profit but having the pro- I Burke's Carev segregation contin
e rardjH Vox lail in get- duicrs undct thru tliitnbs were i ues to How, although not strong
er aaait o'm from the able to charge outrageous mm- This well is worth seeing, especial
in two or three year, bul by the
amp... ii .ys.ein. Mt-caiiau, a targe j,rii1(l
crop can ne laten every aecon.i
the weal l in. were find it more
to turn off their young
for tba eaetern packing
siul Ibe lock doea not
eork hard at
itMir. to ullow
and the seed
farmers, those who wear out our
lands and do bul little good fo. the
coiuu. unity or themeelve. What
wner mission., fcr selling the (at tlcxk ly if one will aludy urroundinge w" 0a '" "rr" '" " """""'
pe.lt ol western ranchmen, ibe l..tter d can see ibe i.sihiliUet of lb. "' ,nm'- ' '"" M"" '" -"r.ing
liilensive cultivation anil illvemifi
In other words we want
farmer who nil! do more work with
their brains and more with their
W. are not preaching for wheat ,,. ,u dlilM1,ion toT , v,,r or
ac, aa it ia fatlanao in Montana,
Colorado, Idaho and other stales
li the lime the young cattle ara
ready next spring the present out
ery will have beau forgotten."
we tar menaced with
. aatd aevi -ul Here much
ho- I n practi
toward gi Hint: rid of the
k it. done will)
Guina a formet I'endletun man it
in the nty lor the putpoae ol plac
ing a block of stock in the Co-op-erativc
Livestock aK.ati.tn with
Itenelit of Mock grower it atrong-
a di- ,li.,,n,.,l .n ik-.i ntM.n ' vttt i-ountr v hi r roiindi ue it When
. ,"-" w.fc ..... . -- .
house .uf lames na aaea oom. lomal.tes, cucumlwra. I
H'iuan sol every variety ui vaga
tablee thriving in that section on
dry land and then consider what
the aame soil sill produce with ir
rigation it certainly will add lo hi
faith in the future of thi crrat ear-
raaiaaaad b) all doing The new organizati.tn for the liol,
It was worth while to make the
ly recommended bj the National trip for lite pleasure of a two hour ' wbo woul,, O00'' d'I a well at a great deal ol trouble.
Igrowcr ataociation. The viail in Judge Rector', orchard ,t coat of a couple or i.umlre.i ,.,iiara. t, timatad by lb alaiiou
vli. i sidewalks canitul atok ol the a.aociatioa is Crow Camp Hera ia found variet- !" gtaoline engine to do floials that wda cauae the loss
The Mmnaaola agricultural ex
Karu.ers who will raise les riment .lalion haa iaauad a vary
inatru. live bulletin in responce to
uuiuerou tfoiuiriaa from farmer
crop. In 'lllng gr.M-ery store,
and mure in their fields Farmer.
of troubles thai .ol.l.. I I Wolfe
of Rear tirot. I,. ,,. M usefulness,
cam when he began taking Klec
tric Hittei "Two ysar. ago Kid
ney trouble catieil m great uf
fering. which I nould i.pvrr have
stirvned lotd I not taken Electric
Hitters Miller- I hey also cured
me of Iteneral IMtllltJ " Sure
cure for nil Hion.ach, l.lver and
Kidney complaints, l. ion diseases.
headache. Mi no-- and Weakness
or hodiiv decline. Price
iMitrantecd st the City Drug Htore
The Tim.'" Herald will make
this a bargain month in the way of
subscription- ami has arranged
to give the Semi W'..sl St l.otiia
Republic fret, to all who pay up
arrears and one year in advance to
The Times-Herald. New aubaoib
era who psv in advance will also
receive tin- M imlloi.nl aemi
weekly Mar.paptt ami tamilv
tnagaine in the I . . . t . I Stales
The In.. pai on- ear for '2
for Ihi- uioiitl. i nlj
(lalveston's -s Wall
makes life now a safe in that city
as on the bigbeat upland E W
(load hs, a I. . realdet on Hulton St ,
ill Waco. Tex, iiei.ls no sea Wall
for aafel) He write-. "I have
used Hi Kiiig- Se IliTovsrv for
Consumption the p-i live yeara
ami llkeepe i" trail am! ai'e Me
foi. that time I I .id a cough which
for oi Ii ol lieeu growing worse
Now it'- gone " Cures chronic
cough-. 1. 1 li.ippe, .roup, Whoop
ing cough and prevents pneumonia
Pleasant to take Kve.y bottle
THE CARTER HOUSE.
Fire-Proof, Modern, Elegant.
Rates Sa.oo and 9 j 50 per day.
AM Outside Rooms Near Depot
Thia modem new Intel wa only recently opened lo the
public. II nnc County
and courtcouslv tair.l lor
people will he alvy.tv
A hi -t l.i-v Imi in
1 m. i-ili. -n
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
iHtnisnta Nrn.s. P I .... V
Napton &. Boyd
Real Estile. inn and Si aim.
I'omi, Iimi.o 'seao. W
itiilsrlo gflaj NswMilaoiill.uk
who will think lest of wheat and aa tu the lat method of rradiuat
in 01. of vegetable, clover, alfalfa, ng oertaiu common waada which guaranteed i The City Ihug Htore
Iruit tree, and orchards h.rmer uaT, ivf(n ,u, M,icllturi.f.
Ill S p) I
1 given tl
K. in I . iiilu r itl the . 1 hi 1 n.in
minitiee has , , .,-,,,, ,,u' 1' certainly look gocd lo
. win tic fsiamisnco in an wie iaric . -. ,
i.i .1 to bj mat- man up an ap e tree when it
pill King irnicr 01 iitr umiui) ,
the league us tllnnnn noarlv i.iit-.baK ol les of pple. pears, plum- la-aches
- - r "t ..-... ...
naming ol w,ub Im already been aulmrih- apriooU, prune. and oil.
er irun. Juuge necior aiaia tie
lias about a hall crop this aeaaon,
. .n. b IMJ .-xlua- , .1 tliu .'futllfrc
-ld-n.phlet aeveral H--K " -,-..., ui, fif rlp,mil0, j mUy yi),r,
,1 wbkSwill t printed and ,hc "vln ,nade to lhe h'ro'- Judge Rector baa trea. baariug from
paaaaflriveit.-ii.g Rurn r will be the different between ,Le ., of three up to ten year-,
tmy&iitr There i. the exorbitan charge heretofore wttb a very promising oung ot-
Bfe-. riottve u.at- maintained and the cost of band- chard of three yeart coming oc.
ffiHLir! I. pamphlet hi slucli wiii lie llo limine at The laltt-i i-o-ti-of ail Ihe late
itum up an altraclive which the cgrporation will give to varieties of fruit and the Ireea ara
it patron. " rV healthy The thriftinaaa
The immediate cauae of the of the tree in thia country it what
Uu.g fn ibe opporlun
of '.hi section
it once get in
1 people uilei
Brian wells and
ie or mure to
Ml 11 baa nol
tied as lu what
wis pumping, than to haul water hundred- of thousand of dollar
tear man.) year out at a coal of ajfjgjejle lo the farmer of M.nue
To dollar- per month heM unwelcome intruder
To show that we are not e,.ger.t , u(in k, tx mor, ,,, 0
ing. we will ,kji..i to farmer. U- gfow ,.,, bbi luy inm baa.ny
twin, The Halle, and Pendleton, upon the moi.tura and ferl'lil of
irtto.'SOinileeeoulhof the Colum- tb .oil and laal. hut imK toaat.
bia, who have paid a much aa 75 .y reduca vary materially tb
per month fo. water hauling for the market value of Ibeciop
laal aix, eight or ten years And The reporta of tha elate grain In
yet thai man could dig a well with aagadjg. ,JBprtuienl are .muted lo
pumping machinery for Irs tbau iDOw that for two year, the aver
1800. Aaide from the saving, be ,,. j, hage of wheal at the elava
could irrigate from two to five acre m,, about IM ounce par buahe).
Ht could have a garden, ha could Thia dockage ia largely due lo the
1 j ..,..,.,,..,. f,. ...,. i.ii. t out fruit trees, he could Iteauti-
movement by the producer ol cauae (omuieut irom every iaitor
J I m ...... . . . ffW III. UII. . Mill. I.MT.. ..
the w eat w a the raising of rate t
by the commiavion firm, the fol
lowiu liure. tbowing a few of
the inflated pr.
l) theep or hog, single or
double deck cars, an in. i
from the oulaide If all would take
an interest in horticulture and give
their tree the proia-r care, it would
be but a abort time before we would.!
have an abundance of fruit
The fair thi fall .bould be a uc-
ceae and will be of great benefit
ti ottered other 2 per car. grower will but make exhibits
that we have On cattle an increase was ef- They thou Id do aa tba welfare of
artesian water fectrd l means of a minimum of the country demand it The Kai'
I mat the guv- $(u per car, w licrca. formerly Aaaociatiou will do it part if
people will but aselst
1 p'l 1 ..1
After the new chaigca bad
been put uiio effect In the com-
inikbion men protest were made
una have gone no minimum wa ealahliahrd.
On mixed CM load- of livestock
I gio.ogin.l lu. mitmt raDJ,clt ,rom 2 lo g
1. in. aasernou
ia ai. arleaian
, if properly en
id 11. ii.. will guar
ent lo aiuk an
to a reaaonable aeveral dittci cut time i COsxV
mitteea from the uuoui livestock
Bpreseiii.uive- at organization, bul without avail.
gallon ' on glass 'The action of lite
u. tl,.- first week wj iauM. 4 rcciuilioii in coat, it i.
Thi) l..agu will smU .,( n.arlv 4 J(Jo.sDO every
...... ,,, rf
with possibly year in tin-cost of pioduci
roui this place Pendleton Tribune.
inU'-rt w il 1 I..
A Mtr Sulved
fy hi. ground., with lawn and A Hie annual wheat crop of
ahade tree and have a place to live Minnesota it about 'JOO.OtNi,"'
in resembling a borne. A it i bushel., a dockage of one pound
now he and his family are not "liv- per bu.hel mean a lot of '3)0,000
ing " The v ar. only (looping uu-' 000 pound per year. Tba eeti
til the land i worn out, or until male of tha graiu impaction de-
. clu. .! u.ll tl.M..l.,.te 'll.i. (I.uu ... ... a - I. . ...
I .... j . ... ,, papv ym - n- y ari..ii 10 wou.u ij.awv .i i.i'iir ti.w.i
W 'Hit that.
Hail ibe land Iteeq free of weed.
There is a rumor of a great strike .ays the bulletin, tha same amount
the in copper on the Lower Kilvie riv- of plant food, moitture and labor
er 1 here is a large Ual) of ore in would btve produced over 8.000,.
tight sod the average i from five UOO bu.hel of wheat, or the
Weill oi ciBIKIilc ti ce.Mjl lo twenty per . ent i'hiiimi, Citv equivalent in other grain On thi
capital It lot -re-ted ami BveWa long basis, waad. coal the Minueeota far
I In friend of Mis A I berth a we mat hear of sometl,,.,' -uipri no ir atto.il MvfOOUlQO annually, or
Clajpooi Were grieved to learn of ing in the on n.g line i, annual rent of about cents ou
Price .'a i.'
and (!. I. nil Lnllle
The Harney S,w Mill. Roy fj -yard
p.. pin i.i. g irsdv fol tha
seaaon work Order-.f an .1
rm Ih IiIoiI at any lime All
kind" ol .In m I and ro'igh IlimUr
ou band. al. . -liingli'- U.hmI road
Write '..i pin on large nr -mall
Having -old Ho- lu fg luiai-
II..., 0 A 1 1 r I ii now turn hi
attention lo painting and paper
hanging and soli, it a share of
your pal.onage He will alao Mil
duct a i tbil ' tod i' pair ahup.
t all and Ml Mr- llallie Hastle
just east ol (lo- ii, d- i and .elect
your millinery and hat.- it in mined
The Lmc Star
. lo. I'roprlekaf.
MB A US AT ALU HOURS
Bnkary in tonnattion
A SfKiill if Skarl RfJert.
Ta'!- if with tl r thing
the ma. Li i illonl- Voiir patron
age -oil. Ill ll
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TRIMCII A HOV'Ki.AS, Proprlett.rs
Burns, - Oregon.
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms In Connection.
aucciaaoa ro.wutoa ia8M88
ALL WORK GUAR
ANTEED. Burns, Oregon
her dratii Kridav morning, Auguat
10, after a lingering illm at of the
Alberlha'a health Ugan lo fail
two yeara ago l.aat year iu cow
ntiH-kiiiru pa"y with her parent the went lo
Aruou. After remaiuing thare
leu month, they relumed borne,
where ahe wa u constant sufferer
until death .sine aa u relief
t'H) Minei every acre aaaded to small grain
If o ibis it added tba coat of fight-
$$M WIIWAkU fS-Oo. '". lota of fertility and
inoiaiure, atrain ou machinery, X-
of 1 he Haruev
Noli. ,- In m liy giyen Ibatbunt
ing and thooting upon (lie encloaed
.land of the Aim in, in l.jnd bV Live
Stock Co totaled 111 katjnthlp 'i'J
j a 40 h I', mge H K and t.o.l.i,
1 it :its k v m n,.,i.,. i,
The fuueral arrvioe were he!4 at .. .. ,, . .it.
"" Oregon (la-llcr known a- the Trout
Creek and Colony Handles,) la
strictly forbidden Any person or
ll.t Methodist cbuu'b iu ale, HV
H J Milligan conducting the eerv
U.. - ' " -----a ' p 44:il... -. '-'
HOW IU .CI O Oil liril'lll .IMV.. IPDf AhVW .HIIII..II 1P Mi'lU.IIH' m f
..,! I. f.lOl.ll III..,. ..Of 1,1 lu.llU.ll.
of biliouent-se mid habitual coitall- ed with lie early life of the daveaa- ,,
' lug with a gun 111 their pOUlgaion
K. patiuu was a utvalerv that lr. ed, and spoke most palheiically of, , , . ...
., . . on aim. I. -.11I..1I p. pc.rly will
88 Caatf. King s New l.iir Pills solved forber. I be choir saug her favorite ..i...i ,.. !. r..n I
me," write John N I'l.a-ant. of hymns, oue of them. "Out Ba-' u,B BW. a reward of V is bere-
v. Aug 4 (To Magnolia fud The only pill membered by What 1 Have Hone," by ottered for evidence that will
the benefit of my that are. guaranteed to gite perfect being the laal oue ever played by , laad to their arreal and conviction
people of Haruey satisfaction to everybody or money bar. AaH.ui.AsLa.MiuVl.lv: Kto. a Co,
1 will try lo dis- refunded Only 2rc at City I'rug A beautiful casket ol white bora! H. K H Jin 1 Ka.m 11 Manaokk
41 of tbia cu.iutrj Store the remains to their laat reeling -
re are at present place, rrieuu gave nowera at lo- Uu-lo-aate lob nrlntintr al reason
, .. I .. .. . u, ... . , , . .. .1 . ' .
reek ou one u 1 tin- .-ee ueer una 1 umniii..- ud ; aeu 01 gnei anu aympaiuy, auu 1 able uiicea.
tia coat of twine to tie up the weed,
Ireight charge for shipping waad
aeedt, etc., tba lata ia increased
10, 'ukm4.Iv, and tba buainea man
win. would keep out of tha bank
ruptcy court mutt figure coal of
production and marketing duwn lo
the smallest iuiii in jual this man
ner The aveiagr dockage, however
doaa not fully cover tba matter of
lose The bulletin citee oue in
stance lu which the farmer was
j dockao 28 pound lo the buebel,
and another waa docked IU pound
i" lb buahe 1, both of them beoauee
of wild oau io their grain Thia
is a heavier tax tbau any butlneea
can eland aud proapar.
The bulletin describes the various
oiti mon weed, which are divided
81. .. c. tm tasVtV8xv8
uii 1 '.1 aa
t. tTavaaa aau anu tool Mu
urutu 1 11.,, csa
E-uOL.i) IT W liTTXI AUD
LUatriciJw If ITIII
Oswr aoo Hl "a lar
ssawurut Bwrsoa ktai
s.m.i .. 11 a.
1. L LEWIS
HUIka flaw It fatit.
It M.rtNU awirigf
j The Finest of All .
MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY
Far Sate (Wj ai;
A-jcnta, Burns, Ore.
'Kolhci d Br , Distributer, fort land, Oi
JOB PRINTING-THE TIME8-HCRALD