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TIik Official Paper of.Harney ronty. the bMt adverttaing'medluBas'.in Eastern teeeeeeeeee.eeeeee e Oregon. ii.np Lf;i i 'i r d . r ty wj tk & A f w ' "v " "' u "" - r-nw luaaRta-ani ia .a.. i , ah wWrnl Unrrtrg eyoMtttffj : . ew of VOL. XIX. BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OH KOON, P.MXKY 17, H.ECTING OPPORTUNITIES I to .tUnd dr,ce in the noighbor- feENS Keeetrr to LniM-Mmt Men ere Wastiei lelerejetlee. SHOULD TAKE MOOT AC TIVE INTEREST. hood They Infl the children in bed. When they returned about 12 o'clock, tin; little one were gone. An all-night search failed to locate them, bnt in the morning they were found nenr the house in the enow. Irea .1 isih Ceerter, ! Heresy The hoys feet were en badly froeen Bin Timeo-Mereld continues '.0 tve MNfl in(iiiriet regarding (orent Harney Country and par (larly ahout the amount and 'AOier ol VCnv government how located, the dietance HiiniK. croe, etc. nine the nf the present nieiith n inquiries have 1 hie ollioe alone I, twenty- nil answered Thin i not all X. inquiries thai ere receiveo in oit lv any means. The local office reoeivee lettere by the n each mail; the poet mauler vne maiiv sarh week, while the elerv ol tlte local li-V"iypui'iii ne g.-ta iiiiiuireiie in i.'o it In for bin to properly care the immenae correepondence look after hie own luisinees ef- , therefore the correspond, m eglected luring the past two yeare The tee Herald haa aent out nun la of ample copina to every part fhe 1'niced Hlatea in response to ll.-alions, and many of tbeae ),- l.erome Mihacnlicr auice. not ic-mtul "f the sp'ciel iiterite of (treat Koliginus, hut through r interest in the possibilities of i.ti and a desire to learn more its reaoiirosM That many nf mr eople nave neeu lavoraoiy m-ssud ia evidenced ly the an- ncemenl of several of their de finition to come to Il.irney nty to make their home It la to lUte, alio, that tin omce thn t both had to lie amputated at the nnklea The little girl had to have all her toee taken off The reaaon that her feet were not froien waa due to the fact that her brother had put a pair of atockinga on her before they left tlie houae, while he went barefoot in the enow. When found, and asked why they had left home, tbe boy eaid they were "looking for mamma" Montnelier (Idaho) Examiner. TCACIimS' HXawINATWN Notice ia hereby given that I will bold the regular examination of applioante for elate and county papere, at the court houae. Huma. Harney County, Oregon A fol low: FoR STATE VAI-FH. DESTINIES OF EAST OREGON in Prlneville. M reported bv tbe Crook County Journal. In eapport of thie view tbe W- IT IS VAST, BEAimTL AND LITTLE lowing reeolnlmri and preamiuo UNDERSTOOD, were pohliahea Wbereae. the Crook County HtR Orowera' Aeaociation, an organiia- eee tion compoeed of the cattle and beep intereeU of end county, and .listing for the purpoee of eaeiat- ling ia the protection of the range for uch IntereeU and believing the foreet reerrve policy of the govern- by Judge H. A Lowell of Pendleton I ,,( has greatly aaeieled . In tbe at the meeting of the Oregon Devel-! raising and handling of euch ttoafc by ite grating privileges on eooh reeer vra, and believing it for the Jeegt Unl AMeaHee to Oar weeMMM, Mesas see teeelreawei. Tbe following paragraph are Commencing Wednesday, Feb ruary M, at ! o'clock a m oonlinu iug until Saturday, February 1?, at 4 o'olook p m Wedneeday: Penmanthip, histo-1 thousand people opmenl league The magnificent water power on the Minium, the Wallowa and tbe Grand Round rivera will aome day e turned upon the wheela of a hundred faotnriee, and Oregon'e great industrial com munity will be located aomewbere near thi confluence of tbeae atreama There will lie the Mancheeter of the west Not only will the abundant power command thia result, but the wealth nf forests and minerals in the adjacent mountains, the build ing atone of Union and the marble of Wallowa, supplemented by the wonderful agricultural and horti cultural possibilities of these conn tie, will .naure diversity and per l-eel intervals of all concerned as well as of the stock raiser, farmer and all induatriee that such fores' reaerre policies should be continued thereby protecting the grsss liml-r and watersheds, H is Ihe sense of this aesocation that the goven -ment should without fail create an make permanent tbe Hlue Moun tain reerrve "Resolved by the ssid Associa tion that we are in hearty sympa thy and accord with the govern ment reserve policy." Ofler Cask Prist far Essay. .M...n,u Ia aa ilae t" an rti.iiira tlltirCH-T V itJ VI ! Ulliniiani I the stale da. ne wreK"" cui" ou "c'"r ry, spelling, algebra, reading, school law. Thursday: Written arithmetic. velopes Safety may be predicted similar centers of industry, oommeroe and Theory of leaching, grammar, book-1 population In the Klamath basin In keeping, physics, civil government. l-rnlay. Physiology, geography, mental aiilhmotic, cnmioaition, Physical Geography. Saturday: liotany, plane geo metry, g neral history, English literature, psychology. roK Ot'NTV PAI'RRe Commencing Wednesday, Febru ary M, nt '.1 o'olook a m, and uon- the sotithweet, upon the Dee Chutes in the central portion of the state, upon the Hnake river in tbe south weal end in the great Harney val ley in the enulh Natural condi tions in these several sections, tbe construction of railroads, tbe e tending nf ayatema of irrigation, will ull unite to fulfill in completes! measure a prophecy like this. The don, 11. ant Industry of eastern DEI RAID CATTLE SHIPPI Ks MMUQMHT5 01 STOCK TO 11149 Un CHEAT! D. Mag si Csesstratsr Veervlf ls Can tteer4 se4 niwrl(ki eeet Vat Oet--Sretoei Eiseeee. A recent Kansas C.tv diapatrb. r K olrnce of lh- I tlte rtockyrds in this organirV.i'Mi of nv-t, in defraud I a at elein of overweijili'" nnd bud 'r weights was tiiaohwwd in the trial here of J. I Millet, trefler charged with Berjury Miller's trial ia the llrel ease ol I I 1 weighs end others at the Hinck vaide indn at ml la-t x ar fol lowing an invesligatlon ' I onmiltre of tbe Trailer- I t hange. Millet t- stint ! bei grand jury that indicted Ibe in n that he knew mulling of 1 1 -anee of the nil-tied i r.mk'.l no I tle pra- nii'ii ia Irving to prove that he did A J Judy, pn nit . Iiairman of Ihe finance committee of the Trader- Ktrhange, admitted ci,, on the Stand that he kin'W aK nil the oomMoe; that he profit the theft and wa part n i iw, 1 , a aa MMi 1 m is tiii the ''ant 1 1 farOvMag Mr. r 1 -c rtlf -Hak.r ,-riW-J her t'taaty. NO. m. ceived iniiiirie. concerning tinning until Friday, February 1(5, Oregon la yet and for a decade ry conceivable husineaa anler- sc not represented in the adver- ug columns. All such letters rcNpoiided to encouraging aome, ouraging othors as Ibe case may H'ltl 10 business judginunt of the ler. he Tiiuee-Herald lakee no ured- 0 11- If for this work nor asks pUtldits nf ite patrons and sub- it.xre, for it consider such work Uie with it duty and in keep wilh Its policy thai of develop the Great Hurney Country In work It baa In en ably support and encouraged by the subetan business men of Hums who iv their apprn uition by ihe llb- uulrniiMge ol it advertising union bverv wiui-awaau aim I . a l lilu spirilnl buaiueee anil profe ual man in thie kUtal city is resented in tbe Great Rnligiou raaiy, kVbilr Ibis i duly appteciaUd, i e Times-Herald would like to in mI these same liusiuees men fur r in this must important cause would like to Impress upon them looesaily of taking a personal d aotive part in this movement t has grown beyond tbe few who e taken the mailer in band If it- men could but rva'ne that we going to see more people here king for huiues and opportunities investment during the coming ing and summer months than ve been here on a similar mission the past live years, lliev might lir themselves. at 4 o'clock, p n, FIRST, MSOUNY, ANH yet to come will he Ibe growing of tiiihp ORAM livestock The facile grewih nf al- l :.: I u.. .... 1.. il. nssociaiiiHi nci cuj unci i" m High School pupils throughout the jujv itnl-d that Carl IFrlgkHa state a price of twenty dollars for weighmater. anJ one nf tl,, the best eaaay on the au. eel. under imliclment. hail asked aval In to enter Ihe aaggMna, and I tlOM eo. lie loh! ins,' kwtltad J ml "all ai.oul the i,i(iii, in hi thai had leen arranged to short ami ovarweigb He i i.l there were al r, al i aatab r of men -.: kt a ho were al ii TSat eheii thv b ugbl ontlls the att 1 " Il ' weighed. (Oil al.ili tin V so, I l,v wera overweiglu -d. Hi . -! T. r I 1 I He Ha lo 1 HUTU ll ATI h Weilueeday: Pouniauebip, bisto ry, orlhorgraphy, reading:. Thursday Written arithmetic, tbeorv nf taaehii.g, grainar. phyai ology. Friday Geography, mental ari thmetic, achool law. civil govern ment. PltlMAHV I Kid lio ATg. Wednesday, Penmanship, ortho graphy, arithmetic, reading. Thursday: Art of questioning, theory or teaching, physiology. M K Kigby. School Huperintetident Harney Co A Uriea lis.dy falfa in the valleys, the fattening buuehgrase of llin bills, the el ten sive pasturage upon the government domain, the mild winters, the dry atmosphere, and hitherto eparsely settled condition of ihe country, have made tbe greet eastern coun ties of our commonwealth a para dise for the herdsman and the liockmaster. Tbe pastoral Ufa, however, ha in all the hietory of the race yielded to tbe onflow nf sople, and with tbe incoming of transportation lioee aud tlte immi gration which will promptly follow iu their train, and vaat land hold ings of the livestock companies will lie subdivided suJ 10,000 homes will spring into being The wilder nees of lodav will he the graiu field is daily enacted, in thousands of ir tomorrow homes, ae Death claims, in each 1 Oregon needs people. Either of oue, another victim of consumption , n,r grwil valleys the V, illatuetle Reasons (or Equal Stiffen The conditions are a follows: No eaaay shall contain leas titan twelve hundred nor more thin fifteen ords. All essays must be comph le and in Ibe hand ol the tommittee by Apt il the fifteenth Dniions to Ik- h mh icd b May the first LiUi.iluic "ii the tibjrtl n, i ,,llt ,. ,.t 1 Ih- olitameil lice ha ,,pplu .ili,,n 1,1 tOpataasHl the Oregon Kqual Siiffcr.ijjc to reiai 1 Serneil ith St New Yoik. ' 11 bad her lieauty epoiled i iklfi IfiMsUl Hhe writ- ,, , I , ., m , .0 .1 . ore Salve' A q'lick and uie beabr for cute, luirna and sores. 1A at ,, 1 ,t in Onta-i. , ID lot in 1 ,i I- la 10 ttlr 'I land a 1 , ,,t.i. il mllf ., j ,., I 1 1 I llutli- w th pta nip of ell, I graas stall ling baa a I Par lit-nUr .1, I- ol taiin'1 at thia l le Isswiaaa. JOMt l IvAl 1 1 I MM' I'aea ,-rsaj. National Bank OP BURNS. OREGON. A neutral Baiting Bnsiness Traisactfi aMtrrweAr mf4 m Me auraeSSa, WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. I gin :- Jenn l 1 1 I Harne tt M Heetaa, 1 ii"v "r 4iir -oo-r r- -rtr' -W.I. I M A"fa. Wgaasj . Ci a FIRST NATIONAL BANK ONIAHI.' GON. llttM-r.t I 'i.i.l 11 I ItH W Solicit Your Ranking Buningisa. 1101 i" n n, it. k 11 v Miilsr Krank It ' la. ,- -uat.- K II Tea, 1 Willlaai 1 i-tt ,- ea Wsl ' Nntblna I ii, ni-ire denial, d than. meet, modern 4 i5'':4H,,,,'",fi 11, in blood And sys-j .Br IX Ileudqunrters, Preas Department, Stearns Building, Sixth and Mm rison Streets, I'ottl.ind, Oreg-n As Kqual Sulfeiage vill cotne U-- take the mmw) md di lad it laiiglu d Hie cattle at the men wh I u i Judy testified to having p InniuS lea I T,ui least Vl I UMIilta BR 1 1 4 - . m -mm. III'MO IU I I ' I ITS lk lore tbe people ol Oregon as j ... . r , hum V ' i It doiflei lr iuk,i,f' vital questuMi nel June, for udop- . .. . . I ' ! t weight lo Wfilnh he f Hun in 1 1 jet lion al the polls, we jjj believe it shouUI receive its share of attention in the educational in Mfalfa seed, Alsike clover seed tluenic ol the day, ami irapect- TlmoUij si-eil, I ted top aed, Turk- fullv and cordially invite out Co- eyatan alfalfa see!, IC-d clover saad. opetation toward that end. Hon nt Ii as lb King's ll.ey arejusl what . i and liver tron i the Citv guaranti I I ngliah Oat (Meal ""in I in seed rye all) on I ' I' IV IS . I lr. gon : Ik Lm: Star RESTAURANT lad H S'irases. ABAl.' AT AUU HOURft Btskary i'i onntlon A Sfcsully ( Mwrt tfsV. vlblng i' i. i t ,r patron Nowaao at antr raieiettr w a iaaf t . vtee e a a rneti X first Rational Bank t CALDWELL, IDAHO A Ocnml linnkliivr Hualin TraniMctad A OOMUBI I NBsVI PI ! Ii- Sincere!) N'ours, Uebn K Spalding, Chairman Committee l'n l-s.,y i Gaar tV t oinmiii- THE CARILK HOUSE , Hit, f t.NI Vk'lH. 0 Piri'-Proof, Modern, l.ant. KstUa Sa.uo and j $o jerr Jny. AM Outside Rooms- Nenr Depot This modem new I ottl was only m colly opeaed U Ina pol'ln II v t'"iinti pROgda aid tie ala weksMRMt and tourteoul) tni.lt., - Imi m cnaaaclaaa. LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION. Mtksalng hUrlng I I. II tying sold the furniture boat i lis ,1 will ie. tnni hi atttnt to painting ., iinnttiiik' in- I lit it a hai- your ti ktrouaga He wul ,,l of ague and Malaria, tan I rl, (II,. .I , lilt, l.l I Ulnl IllltMlf klllll. ;ed and cored with Km in. Ji.tr This is a pure, tonic medicine of yi ifj iqj J -w - . a --g2 saaaeaRaRRMfRRfaRaRassRaRSjsasRRRRaei aaRaPaa x J a rsTaRaii' 4fV ii ' ' ' ' ' " aataJiV ru r mmmmmmmmmm aRaaavK ' g- S ij PBAsBRaRaRanaal Im aat f -"' mm. I T& J ,77i! : Mi tV i ..l, .In. oini a lr --' mr i l tWinMg II .. -.. im-m w- I I v ar tatw. ataaaaa. fS IfatRrt- ffl- Men H iieea Itkek. J -m ' fw or Pneumonia Hut wl.iu coughs and colds are properly treated, the tragedy is averted. I (J. Uuutley, of Oakleiidou Ind, aritae: "My wife had the oouaumptiou, and three dcolors gave her up. Finally he look Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, cough and colds, which cured ber, and today aha is well and strong" it kills the germs of all diseases. One doe relieves Guaranteed at 50c and $1.00 by the City Drug Store. Trie! bottle free. Job printing The Times-Herald If the letters uf inquiry averag L more thau hftv each weak at uartiuurg euroute u le uro.eni lime, could be prompt-1 ' Wua sat lLagie. aud fully answered, giving e oh ke careful and pniinulur attenu n je them, giving detailed infoima- in and setting f,,r: Imoi dilions as ley really exist at mi i.inr, u Liuld help ton .ml t'.e desired re lit very materially Tbe exhibit th.- Lewis aud (Mark fair, togeth er ith the Ueecriptiso pumphlela il in connection, nave sccom- lisin-d mure right now than waa MM d tor by ite promoteis and ilie til effect of It cannot be expected br some inn- yel i tin iiiuro.ui L-tivily is also ieH,nslble for much the atteiiiiou. Thir, l.owevir, be lt , nrined particulurlv lo tin sur- liunding stales tol the immediate surinweei. ia nil'- int. io'd as n llunit bill to bring llo iu utter to the llleoliuo of our husineaa men wh pill cartaiuh Is b W lined by the lllemenl and develoinnent of Ibis unty. Were Utokiag rur Maatau." A I i Ifcl , ... ma ii.m -- -- f.tk.' ft II I lllllll BUM Y 1. Ill- I, lll'lll 1,11 Irly, in thin uouuly A couple liv tig there have two children, a boy If six and a girl of two yoajs- A IU nights ago tbe paltmlo decided or the Harney, properly devel5ped, can support in comfort tbe entire population of tbe aiale today The crowded east needs Oregon; needs its vacant, fertile acres fur the over How of population there. There are couuliee in that por tion of tbe slate denominated eeet ern Oregon, containing an aggre gate of 65,0X1 square miles, iu wbtcb reside leas than 1. 50,(100 people One of tbeae counties is larger than Ibe entire a lata of Maaaaehu a its, another extends over greater area than all of Vermont, while Julius Wioks aod C. D. Pose ar- tner0 Bf tW(J tuotmi mmCh of wbjcb ! rived in the oily Wedueadey from XOBWj j (I(wlt jn lUut Rhode i rt .. .. teaalr) la rVeeperee ( l.a I r it Uii. ol 'i I Cigar company, who baa just M - especial benefit in malaria, for i'. eserts a true curathre influenoe on tbe dieaaae, driving H entirely out of lite s atem ll is much lo l nf.,.H l tio.i.ii.. I,.vii, him. tun... I from a trip to Ibe nlein.., of ibis drug's bail after-effects. K H Muudav, of lleiirii lla Tea , writes: "My brother was very low with malarial fever and j.iuiei ll ug l'r t I Hum., tal that tin ggejoti ' 4i in ruth i , ,. union a n is till be look Kle.t... Itintrs.wbi.i. ' " ' H a.ead Li. life Al tlte C.lv Drua- " K-"-'"ll '" evwgnar. slore, price aOc, guaranteed sighing is M as haataf aaa al .aaTlSar. t w r J SIMM AaeU AM II e. e ae - pleasure!, lr Harney val- Hot-Breads Light and Sweet aresaaae wlta ROYAL BAKING POWDER rol ilATE icNATOt e. e sea i i -w I oiisoorn raixa, autaa. u. a a. j VrWLMf not I'aiwrta, I Napton & Boyd Icll Estate. lines and Hieing. E. N. NELSON ' 14 (' , Hlale Hetiator John L. lla ml is now iu Portland It is expected on j aVl -4...... bWhama ia. aa tmmmml aleRa I aa will announce bit cand.de. t W tChmKG X And ODtlCian. Second door north of post offices Island aud Connecticut combined, and two others, each as large as electiou ie a republican stale sens Delaware, while tbe sioaJUet of lor. It baa been intimated that be them all contains TUtj square miles ; might aapire fur congressional bon All tli stale will welcome tboea or but all speculation iu tin r. who come law-abiding. luU-lligent, ' gard may be put at feel, since In piogreaaive, industrious, God-fear ' has stated lo his friends thai if Ic ing, willing U) make tbe sacrifice, 'announced bimeelf for anv off hJLXTJJB. Oxouon. I hear lh- i,,.rdena and assume ihe raflpuusibililiee atlenduiit upon Oiaiiileiiiing lite umeaic of Ibe Pur iUn u id ( uvaller as then fathers haye pi, mi, d it here Tbe) Keenest Reserve would be for tbe renatorsbip liukt-r 1'ily Demot rel. VVANIK: Agenl-, liualler Balesun n, Clerks ami M who wan U t" enjoy a good hearty laugh to .-end .5Hi' l.i Agei.i. W .ill, fb lo ana , gga alio a 1..-. gtaai Cm a living If i, ,- your i.i -Hi v back Circular tor s'.suip l I . . .. Hti-4ynaa.iei way ba w about laconvaaianna avaa by namaan wltb delicate abjeatioo avat ! sc ta u. inas I plan of the agricultural de partment lo charge a small fee, only u nominal suui, li.av not meet with universal approval frcui urs of the i)f While electric Con ranges, leal there Is a marked dif- tur. 111 ference in the manner ,n which auch pfi.poi-ed paisaf on ibe part of Vet Kelssy, of Kna-eite, gig the govcruu.ei.t is met by uloc-ktneu the ciiy yeetrrdav. la n.g ani --'e to , now from that of a few years since the Narrows. Ii tlity, an After much discussion and wordy buaine- Mr. Kel-ay ft.ruitrly ft - war, the stockmen best informed sided nenr feMef t'r.tk and is known are said lo look upon a cbargeofajto many people ol 1......1 ,oiintj, small fee for the use of government He was accompanied by Nale Try on, reserve ranges as the most beuefi-la beepmau of Wslloeu county. The Finest of All ji MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY ror Sak wait M Hotel Burns Bar A int, Burns, Ore. mm jcial measure applied to tbe use of public laud in a vory loug period. This ie tbe view adopted by tbe Crook County Slock Urower' At- good homestead, see sooiatiou al a meetiug recenUv held' the surveyor Biuu Ml Kagie If you wish to be located ou a P. M Jordan, CHAS. WILSON. gejgeigiaag Ijjgn MR 1 1 ' M HlatckmitbiiaK kui MoissiHJciif. Wagon Work. I,U, ALUWUrtRUUAR- AN TEED. Burns. Oregon f 1 1 Main St.. - - THE CAPITAL SALOON, ru ii BUrHl, OltfCae. V3C TTZLmM XXsMl.smJrtTa, Wines Liquors iiinl Cijcars. Billiard i Pool Tables. Club Rooms In Connection 1. 1 urn tat to Riai.it (gfakik I'VKllCULAlfS aod PRICES Is Mtatl fcjfcinf. INIOKHATION. laMtaSaaa UESMINS. BMUD IT V HTTU Alt KSITtlTIAl ijdbaULUUIlAl MSJlrKlgM T 1TIII truer ROT ,jn f?( tw..i anuiHwi V; ' eNk.e tiai !'' H I I Cervutai. VRRRRRRl THE TIIYIES-HtRALD. Job Printing.