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The Official Paper ot.Hsrney Oonnty, has the Urfott rirrnlatinn ami ia one of (lie hsst advertising medium in Fast em Oregon. VOL. XIX. pmrWcfalk s - r - ....sss... ah rei ft a r sir y ? ' Ui Ir 0 lb ttl 1 L'JL BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY. ORKliON, MARCH j. ih. -sr . iH LD HELP THE INDIANS from the range country regarding FOREST RESERVE CREATED i lh public for all legitime!.. r TO WHO R( RACKING PLANT 1ESTS AN PPrfOPUTK)N THFJR BENEFIT. IOB Shew isifsstry tt TrsWtsf, T. ISOfi nn allotment of land in icy valley waa mane In Hie the loss which the flookuiaeiers of sontbem Idaho and eastern Oregon ill entitain from the recent atorm Key l orliu. a prominent I man of Boise who has 12,000 a ranging ahout Knna. Notos and w..w. wita i Parma, nUtw that never in the history of the sheep induetry of Idaho has there been auch a disas trous loea aa haa lieen occasioned by the atorm which began laat Sun day. "We are not ao bad off aa aorne of our neighbor." aaid Mr Corhtia today "Fortunately our flock are in the vicinity where it ia poaei- MMN sFis yrr m ii mm . TAIN TIMBCt. aetf J (M We tela klependent upon them for their kg which they have to secure in little town? of Huron, Harney Drewsey. hsnue the non-fullill of the obligation on t!i. ir I ana of this section to srllle op ri'l iiiSe homes for themselves. not possible for the Indian to e use of this claim without ro Itton with the white as thev'ble fnr lis to obtain hav arhinh mm I - J rw mmwmrmm w are feeding This is coating $22 a tn, but 1t is saving us rent very great loss, though the dimcali getting it to the flocks will our loss considerable I know of some owners who will fiuaws lesr their young and feed them, and would devote land in some instances this estimate and strength to several is too low The snowfall waa. un ities of industry whirl) would praredentedly heavy and the cold nre their noma if helped i ba continued every day ainoe the These squawa are susoep-1 storm began Those who thougt of training in pursoits which , that the storm would naaa awav in le welcomed ty them, if the ' a few days, and who made bat little Iwern assigned to persons who ;' preparation, will be the heaviest kl make this work their loving losers "In some instances shearing had Y Indian, like his white broth- already begun, and all those from which the lleeoe had will le a total lots Ia Use. tOtjn Acres--Tas Water featattes flrattat AOewea. I A Washington dispatch ia Bm day's Oregonian say President Rooeeve t, on recommendation of the Forest Service, has signed a proclamation creating the Blue Mountain forest reserve in K attorn Oregon, to embrace 2,fl27,2?0 acres. The reserve as created follows the general Uses of the temporary withdrawal made three year make w'l' llle l-r,,',' of 200,000 a I in th valley of the Hilviea River. pose On the contrary, the timber, water and berhsge mineral and other resources will remain open to the use of the people and the control exercised by the govers&eaB will ha directed toward hrtn the land to the higtmtt in the interest of the vai tries involved. Forested land wi administered with a view to il ing a continuous supply of i COVCt SIXTFEN mWMrEO ACRES IN PMTiAND. " III' K. J WM Rase Casactty el ftes aWres Cat, gaw Tbs J .nrnal ears A treat paok n plsnt for Porland ia asaaied lt meet !vl ,Im, &n.la Mkila tlaa nk. fbitoM .n s n f"n (V fhloaowill build .,. -...... , w WBWSk II lKk.lkl.1 ..I.... .. .1. i. -i iiL i --FT .'"Hiaiiimiiesrsnia.iii ....-,.... w., , p"iv iJ-o'". f s neo us or the range will ed. Kvery effort will be the Government to preys etriiction and wasteful ate of imtr etructioa and wasteful Ote vtwuaisua in order to bulfW ---i. a.. . i. easts! Ii properlj fnr the uee of the people ,. tMtkM i ne nroe Mountain reserve would have been created a year ago but for the fact that the paper sud re- a ill relation ihnrvln vara it. lami Around the edge of the . . , ... - . iwsseesion of the Federsl Court at withdrawal small tracts of agricu- p.,ij t. -- . ,...., rortland for use in land frau.l lurt' end school land have been ..;.,. . . .. .. ,, , , trials. More records are still there em teu ami ine noiimieriee are iH, president of the fMny. and a nnmler of his tea, were in Portland teetar- PV and arraoa-emenU were con "Unded that will make Portland th enter on the. 1 which ha been eliminated becauee lose fully 50 per cent of their flooka, of,h etricUiirl nature of ihei, edge Kill l.tilaw)k (4 at Is. am mm sal n ei.al I.. ao drawn as lo eaclode all land Iv-' .u as . " aaliioatfin If, enable lh l'mi.lr,.l ; to act intelligently. Sow that the lieu land law has been repealed. there i no further danger of Rmj selection frsuds on the part of ael- aWill not Ihi driven only ar the Kionty of nuiiiler compel it 'iild we not as a humane peo- since we began to raise aheep biake tin- uplifting of this this slate has such s Hiaiit of the original owners of 'taken the sheepmen, nintry" our loving care, and help them to help them token no time in disaster over- fur no storm length of so late in in equal severity and duration haa ever come the I he aeaaon " Reporta from eastern Oregon are Hppalling The snow was so deep that it was impossibls to haul feed us deal inn philanthropic ( to the rheep. and although the will. Il.iu tmlixi ..I..!... .....I . t - -- -- j "..,. .xm .......... i.,u,.u ". juiin in uav went up lo cenie a Rule pound, fur delivery al feeding lieople and nations j pU.es, this was not a sufficient in ducement lo get the supply neces- y are as children in giving Confidence and may lie robbed it knowing it. ing along the border which haa passed into private ownership un der any public land laws Ths origiusl Blue Mountain withdrawal e- i brace J mors than .1.000.000 acres. A boat 600,000 acres have lieeu left out, so aa to make (be reaerve a compact body of foreet land. Most of the oppoeition raieed againsiinecreauoi.nl th: reserve ,,ent and successful business met at the lime of the withdrawal was f Bun.a n ...,., I ibrno.l. k.r. I-r, "The company ha acquired 1,100 acres on the peninsula. The plant will be modern and com pk'ie It will include extensive stockyards, " and Mr Swift "The object will I to supply the trsde of the Pacific coaal, Alaska and the orient The output will depend on the sbilil) of the country to supply the uifcteriala The capacity of the plant will I '.isjpaiii,., .(aJ0 ,hep anil I.OtKi hogadailv " Mr Nuifl ..! ik. i l... . l i i tiara who o,-t.. Mrnltil.. ,ir.. . .. ... .. . . heen aelscted because nf the , in the Blue Mountain region lit UFTS IN segNT. Ike Schwarl. one of the prnmi- K'. i productive country back of it The company will draw upon therangea of eastern and central Oregnn, Washington. Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Itah for livestock as all kinds Hwift A H thst all Bpl.glle first made has subsided, and the day morning enroute for Portland people of Raatern Oregon are now Three feet of snow for Harney val with few exception,. ..uafUd thai ' v with the thermometer register its establishment is to their inter 'ing d,.Rrw, Mitm Mi Mr eel, particularly since assursnee is! Schwarti This makes it orettv given that the Blue Mountain ,.,! ,, w, people feel as though ' h,Pa". "hose gsnius snd indu.tr - win isr opened lo grstmg ' we were l.les.rd with a special die under mi. h reatnoliona a protect ,nsalion when we consider thai Ibe grating areas b all other foreal our neigblKir in Bear valley aaw Miecial regulations reserves i ne special ri-uulationa ibeir ii,..r. -. A , ; .i.. - ( ii'i.-iiiiii ss'iiB' I . HT" mall appropriation from the I sary k. stock from the combined 0er"'" Ir' ' Ihe Blue grees Mow Wedneadav morning county would adjust thil oold and stsrvalion. In many lo-' Mou"U'"" have not el Issei. pre- Prairie Miner JiallMl and prove that we the calilies the curca.aea of ilea.! I.m.. rel, but Will he las (leu shortly L. . . . ... of Harney county are awake j are scattered over the ground, giv-1 SleP" 'l be taker, looking to ' ing it the appearance of little hsaps lDe Pw'"iw-nl of a r orest Huper U i duties of a highly civilixed It is the uncivil ted man rould with-liol I his iullu. nc. uimj hIk.uI hotter social con- for all classes I US that It look lilies to de- Lhc nobility of thu lied man. try lo make bun gagalj in ke and self austnining. UtAl'l u Iksctors are Per 14. of snow The lose cannot be determined until after warm weather has come History in-: and the new tallies are made, but it ia not an exaggeration to say that the loss will average from 'lb to 40 per cunt M IMIIUUAD lUI-.MSWN HI visor to have general charge of the ' '' remarkable reoovery of hen i .... ... .. res. rve, togell.ei with the aiuioint- ""l" ' I v. r ..I ancelsjro. .we . is . -rt ment of a full foioe of forest rangers All these officers are now under the classified service, and wil! 1st filled I after examination. A Supervisor ! Ibe subject of much interest to the land ('n is the Isrsest nack. ing and ref.igeraling coin pm kg the world I ...i, K 8wlA, the iiead of ibe concern, ia the . I.h -t on of Ihe lata (leorge F Hwift of founded the businesa and built il up In il present proportions lie ia a man of extreme modesty, stud iously svoids publicity, and al though he lis made frequent trip, t.i Portland in the kmj year, the slatsiiienl given by him last even ing to the Journal is the first au thoritalive oi.s he has mads kg an new. pa per regarding the plans and purpoM. f hi ...n.paiiv in Po.t The puldislied slalmeot that tin roiupany has Is, uglit the I'nion Meat (oiupsny is an error. It is (A PIONEER GONE. I gka Sumnte. Valle K company will not do any oouslruc- sudden death nf Nimrod lion work during the year 11KXJ" ye last Kunduy uft.ri.oiii stuted Joseph Barton, General Pas- hook to this cou.muiiity, aaseiig.-r ugenl for the Suuipler Val le. to a Miner man during his abort stay in Prairie Wednesday afternoon Mr Barton in company medical fraternity and a wide cir cle of friends Ha ear of hie cam "Owing to sever. inHauimaliou oJ ill probably I... d. smnated from the throat and congestion of the also untrue that any other nackina- among the experienced forest offl- .lui. three doctors gave me up to company ia oonueclsd with our curs now in the service die, when as a last resort I was in Portland undertaking, or that lb. i The Foreet Service, In announc- duoed to try lit King's New Die-jU any meal trust," be said ing the creation of the Blue Mouu- livery and I am happy to ear. it ! The company's plant will employ tain reserve, makes a statement of .ved my life" Cures the worst """ mem, the largest number of coughs and oolds, bronshltis. weak euipi.it ea in lungs, hoarseness and lagrippe. wet of Kauai th manafaciui i mgsjtrsifa Isrd, galatiue, bide.. A paekiug plait i n ..-'. loiiulier of com m o the aammVJ Frefh and cured meals form the hu 'k of the output, bul when ibc. . eil of the rnn i .ii simnars eaeonai is redo- me foun of merchan dise will the utmost economy Nothing Is wasted In Ibe 111 of s peck i t . k may be found swia p oiattreese', uislche., butt.. The I oitland plant will lm locat ed on ground lying l-etween mid adjoinu i tin- nghta of way of the Northern Pacific, (Itaal Norilern and 0. I lines aoroaa the loser p. n nla H hen ' b pl.nl be built'"' was askrd W b i ib- railt -ids are ready ' M lb- business, the plant will ha rea.lv waa ihe rtmlj M N I 1 10 Arf.nl.. Ilustlsrs Saleamen. 1'l.ik ami .v.ril.-lv i eantv o erj.n a gixeH hesrly Uuith lo send 'sV for "Tipa lo Agents " W.rth t'st to any per son win. e. giM.la for a living If not satisfactory your money back t ircular for stamp The Mr W i , ., , , tur, III For Srfle KlVe choice lot III Oman.., 10 lots in l.awen, KM. its in Bum. Imi nc re of a.Mid land a part of it natural meadow III miles essl of Huii. iioiuipiov. .1 UK l acre neat Nad.lle Butt. nb pre-1 sent crop of wild gras. .lauding, I ha a bio., snd goad f - Par ra rat etolne. i al Ihi ..III. l"IIN Ii tUI V l-sa f it NttrXft, VwsPsaw. s I A, r "1SW, ( taw. First National Bank OF BURNS. OREGON. k tteieral BaiUni Bhsihcss Tn b.l.l. ) Italy. 0 Main. '" sey4r at Ms rsV. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. Dim isxmiaa. J v, Taowts is n ii 1 rtmr - -.-tar -tao -oa M v atsawaa, t , i asatss w Joiss. Vi. -.r . FIRST NATIONAL BANK ONTARIO, OREGON J lllllMYV.1 1111.1 on W Solicit Your Banking tiuminmmn. 1 ii K IL H IH i; t V R Kenvon. II ,- io. 1. 1 Miller. Frank It t'odln i' II Tt. William ' s -vaatw-, -vawa,- e C--C--fCsi. v Mowaeo iiimi ....? v m smagt a a cowoir. osarr first IMiotti Bank CAtOWELL, IDAHO A Oencml BmHettelg Bu rmiaKtd aii'KiM (..';. i-N. ,i,i. .. j Tht l.at Mir RE8TAURANT . Mam ami II Hlreets. MHOl.H AT AUh HOURS Bakary in nntior A SfXiiky ( Nher I Or tan - i.n tblng Table for . . Ii. will. tl.a maiket IbfsJt ..or age so pad.. o THE CARTER HOUSE. Att nc ti M ONTARIO, 0 I IN, Firt-PnMif. Modern, Elegant. WuttH Sjoo and i 50 pvr day. All Outside Rooms Near Depot Tbi. iii.hIi-m. ... -w I oiel rngg . .1 I., ihe piil.li. . II. no. v Imihh, me ami .i.inlr.,.,.1) , ...,-, I ,, . LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION. to purposes and it benefits The following et tracts are made from any packing boar 1 City and Omaha apparently in good health linegys bad left In home in Xy a few day before in cm.. liih bis son Charles, lo visit vita station agent YV A. King, kl holding over at Wngon ie started on Ins return Sun raiag and arrived al the W . 'uteior Canyan City. He ex plained that this was the first year (but the company had paid taxes place on Siivsr creek about In Grant County sud aa it was ibe llock in the afternoon After comnanv's first offense be ..i,l g in pultl. g his team in the to look over the tax roll and see the entered the bouse and in- charge He left Baker City and came to the terminus of the road in a spe cial train "Th. road haa beeu that he was a little chilly. est invited him into the par trts there was a good lire is k did and converted a few tept open this winter with great win. (iran.luia Mutter. just sealed himself upon a difficulty" aaya Mr Barton, it re quiring three and four engines to sud turning to h thel Best, keep the road free from snow and r.l that -he hud grown s fri-oueutly it has mej nail more engines on a train than they had i.asseuaers on it lie hardly knew her. With head fell back and Uraud- that report "Tbs Blue Mountain reaerve con tains numerous headwaters of the John Day. 1 matilla. Malheur Sil ' vies and other riyers, which have imp. runt bearings upon the work I of the Ket'latuaiion Kervioe in that ! stale The sui-oees of the widely separated Uuaatiila, Malheur and iiver Craak irrigation projects de pends in a large measure upon con servation of the water supply with iu tLe great drainage area embraced iu this reserve The creation ol the reaerve will have a direct effect iu bringing alioul the agricultural de velopment of a great portion of the stale lying east of the Cascade Mountains, which needs ouly irri- h.ppened when ''" to develop fertility of mil- ions 01 acres j lie laud in Ibe mountain regions embraced in the Guaranteed at The City I'rug Store, The largs number u( a. ires required AUcand II is. trial bottle free YVANTKI): It) men in each slate to travel, post signs, adv. 'Use ' ami Ie.. ve sample of our goods. month Salary t.ftOO SUP III. per month "J i0 will l . ,.ou. ........ I v ......,..- J ... Dnvn ' -- .. .....iaa. auisiil,.,,,, .,.., .. ... i i'l... - PLVCo. Iept. VV (h.csgo, lutler noticed something bul as they determined to keep the foret ' will l carefully pa one uasieimu to bis side roud open ileepite the snow neither ted if he were sick but the co-i or xpense was spared. 11 n.au psated uwa iuimedi- iilhout anotl . 1 w. rd I 1,. f his -l.iaii. was iie.irt 'sol-' A Ji.ieat.fk weaaer kite Ik 1 uiui 1 1 K Thoi 1. It the hotly lo ilurn sod lb. took plaice fi mi the famil ICe lueSUHN l.Hernoo... lllu bt-iiig conducted bv lli llll od Cniiiegys wa born in ri Mav 1. 1S-I3 He crotsed M in 1852 to Lan- ciunly, lrug St...- and rto married to S.irilda BOI I Moved lo in'y in l,o and t M . lilt 1SS7 ah. re he h.d 1 the tiice of his death - 1, IH, I'.MHi Med was an 1 with BMMjj I'lieiids ll.ruugh alut . Il ieuvce besidat iw, three sons, C'l.arle., Fay 1 ..lid one daughter, Mrs urea O.at stand to its ondil make Bucklen.a Arnica Slve a scientific wuii.br It cured K K irui.su mi uovsmuient expense at all times to prevent disastrous Aim, and all other poeeibie efforts will to) made to sustain acid regulato stream How to those regions. Wiiile the tract thus reaervad for 1 tie application of scientific principle ... ooneerving and uiilia- ? mmVV ' M BeB f ataMaW mAW Hi for ti.i plant ia partly due to the extensive ereaiieeded lor slock 1 ysrds The company's buyers will ' sully in Ihe held, and con-1 Is of sharp, hogs and call. 11. ' .rllan.l It Is said there will bs geuull.e OOUUetltlon in buying on lite ranges ami farms, and tot this reason Ihe plant will be good thing for Ibe ranchmen. (sniied mels and all the by-pro ' du. is of the pack lug house will be I tun.xl out of the rortland plant. will be great quautiiiea of no, box lumber and printing uaad, in BfcFlrrwi,?'Bi 1- a -H ' J H Mr.l MI1I3 M p '. iiimi. !to.q ' MiTr-rriniiiiiajinnmai. - Mfm 11. ie W K .A apton &. Boyd j leal bilk. Mines il Mia... am s - 11 ss .." it I J X fssews. lu.MU, llM. A " '' BT DululniAa N., II il 1 Hill 1 .J i- aravass asms asi. root, cow se a aNa99V9999- MavO'OMMm E. N. NELSON Hm .... 1 ,.. .. Mulford, Ueiuri r for ihe Patrons of '"K 'tlo will b made to con Husbandry, Waynesboro. Fa, of a dwct directly t. ward the develop t pile ! heal '"ent of Hber regions, tbiy will iu lllHtre--lli).' c.i the woi.il Murn- So.rs, Soil- I' leers no sense be withdrawn from use by cm- bun... Chilblain.- and salt rheum ioly '.'oc at Th Cily WlLsUsfl H DUNIWAY CsMWIlTE tH STATE HW IU si smiins a., sst a. n "The state priei.-r sb.jt.ld aveld aw aaeeeaary espeadiurnaaad givsa s)wi. deal Ut Uxprr, I'bhuial ueipul tors hav uu butiuuas U. sesssr nag Uis otlke sad ... lifl.t 1. . d.visi'jo of II ui.,l. .... 1,1. I , . I. si. eatauasit .1, buiu. lit adssit.1 uisjas u ..... la a i.iai.. u.., s m ' -oian Watchmaker and Optician. Second door north of post office. Oiogfon. 'lb- I'mi..---1 1, mill will inski tbi- .1 LsirfMin 01 nilli in Ihe i,iv ul sUOr. . I IHU) .... lunged to give i.. -'. n,i-Wr. ki- Si I.ui . ill wi, aireur and on.- rmif in advance lo Tie 'I. .1.1 N. subscib- ersuhnpiij 1.. udvanec will also receive ibis great oa'.ioi.ul semi- week I V 1.. -p.ip. r unit family aines, all of this county, loagaaiue m ihe I nit. d Hiatos. other, l'retle Couiegyt h' ltt" Ppere one year for 2 Eugene, Oregon .or uns uonu,. oi.Jy. LUNti LOSS 10 StlttHMfcN. Boise Cupital News says: are begin ing lo U leceived Street halt at greatly reduced prices at Mrs. C. A. Byrd't. Job prriuting -The Times-Heald 7OY4L Makes delicious hot biscuit, griddle cakes, rolls and muffins. J The Finest of All MARYLAND CLUB WHISKY far Stic ail al Hotel Burns Bar Aients, toums, Ore .07" K..iici j v.i iii-iriboters, Farii THE CAPITAL SALOON, 1 itlscii a no pritima. Burns, - Oregon. Wine Liquors and Cijcarg. liillianl and Cool Tables. Club Rooms In Connection. Aa cream at tartar jpowaag. awai. asama svwosa 00.. aaw rwaa. CHA8. WILSON. ummn S BTmin KBmm.1 jMbjmramM fliCTICiUTH l Ol Umvm 1 mn aVswuUful Bavivot.a Itoatow. (f m Osrvi.i succntoa io.aruoa 4 ai. n i M Main St., BlttcLsiaithifls uA Horssaaeiag. Wagon Work. ALL WORK GUAR ANTEED. Burns. Oregon j mmJKKMXf,t''mrt I L LLVIS Ml (Ud U rargaa PARIIcULAKS and PIHCES It Mjrtta dstai a INIUKM4TI0N. SettoaaMaaa DESIGNS. - mm-wm THE TIMES-HERALD. Job Printing.