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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1903)
BI K N S. i IA R N E Y CO I XT Y. ( > i< EGON, J VN I '
HARNEY COIN IV IRRIGATION pl-t basil, with only one outlet and I out and it is still at work here. p an, and the railr
I through this outlet, a deep canyon : Besides making plat« and sorvey- tion ficilitics that must s o. al pounds nt 13J cents;
on the south, the Silvies River Hows ; ing the country adjiti nt to the site, low, nnd sh< will I' one of ti.% 1 1 ?X)0 pound nt
OIVEN A PROMINENT PLACE IN THE
to Harnev Valin .nd into the parly is also takitig a system most progressive and prosp -rim- 15,000 pounds at
Malheur and Harney lakes. On atic measuremi l,t of all . t'llie water sections of th" country where rolls (MR) pounds at 12
Tvery side eave the outlet .named,, I in the entire country.
Water the Oregon."
son 2<>t> pou nil s at 13 c’i^t
rocks and niountsins extend high gauges have been placed in the
It may be well, how i ver, to state Smith, Si'iMI pounds a» | cents; \
By building a streams and lakes and w ill be kept that th.- plans of th. government E Brown, IS.UÛO i olitili at 1.'
Paul 0« Laat* Writes a Good Description above the valley.
dam across the canyon the valley there and n record regularly t .. n have not reached th t point where cents; R H Brown,
of our Big Reservoir Site and the
p - uih I h
I Valiev in General.
may Le converted into a sea. | , until the government will be there is a sufficient certainty to at 12J.
There are two sites for dams; the j | thoroughly informed as to tin exact justify a rush into the country
At the Eorwardinc Coni pari y
Paul DtLaney in the Oregon site for the upper dam will require amount of water in this sn 'ioi. Hurney County has her advanta warehouse the only sale so far n -
ges already and there is room for
Dail)’ Jouual, gives the Hurney a wall 450 feet nt the base and 1,- and how to u-e it
ported in the clip of J. C. Gordon,
many moro enti rprising, earnest,
Valley iriigation proposition a most
21,000 pound • :it 13 cent
excellent writeup. IL has been level. The lower dam would only with an escape wafer gate, ns is the', home-seeking citizens, but A wild rio Argil".
misinformed, however, in regard to have to be 250 at the base and 150 custom, but the site is o well fa rush into the eountr by tlio-v ex
hs: advantage of the ,
Home things. While tin- five gen- feet nt the top for the same level vor u by i: .tur itiil di.m-'. itililiir.: I’1 cling to I iki
kodol Gives Strength.
tiemen, to whom lie has given all
*'*• <-itl«<-r <■ ti -. dams the a: j is so easy that ad: :n of siifin iei-.t pre-, nt pr.>.-|w< i«(s aioli ■ tlx go>-
thè digestivo orguns to
height and strength will b • built to
the credit for the work, have been
and transfmm all
moat prominent and given much
i Ilio wholesome forni th.it m:n I■.
time toward bringing the matter be
iteli into thè kind of Idood tin i i
In addition to nature's bounteous J By this means the vast area ol merit work" s.owlv
fore the department at Wvisbington.
thè nerves, feeds th.
the county court should have first ' provisions she has placed right at country tu be r, laiim d will lie am
experimental, and it may I <• a tis-Ues. hardens thè mu-eic" ani!
credit. It was the court and the
number of years before anything is recuperate." thè organa of thè votile
city of Burns that nppropt i:>ted timber, a sullicient quantity to season.
Our Price on
ptovided the government de body. Rodo) Dvspepsia Cure curi e
The men of Burns who have tak-;
V - iK money to pay the expenses of the build a dozen such dams, and has
cides to carry on the work Every Indi,' tion, Dv-.u psie. < At.irrh ■ l
delegation, or a part of them at
thing, however, points fuv,.rably to Ihe Stornaci) and all stomachili.-:
» 8’:. .-3
leant. The county court also paid which to begin the building of the project forward, are: I. 8. Geer,
the conclusion that the project will orders Sold by
Can’t be Beat.
for the survey and making plats of i dams. Then fora distance of 30 N. U Carpenter, Dnltoii Biggs,
carried out, and when the lands
the Silvies valley reservoir site.
Furre They have not only given are <>nca thrown open for settle
Religious Sen k ee.
The Times-Herald, as well as ali ney Valley through which the
time but tin ir mi i ey to th ment it will be ample time for
our citizens, appreciates the good |
work, and th. y are n nv delighted those -i i'ki ^ home' to tile th. ir
Services at Christian Science
work of th" delegation, yet injus to be reclaimed.
I... I< pr< -porous claims
11 ill every Sunday at I I a in and
The land to be reclaimed lies out
tice to all concerned, we desire to
A rush at this time would prove 8 p in. Service \\ cdnesd.l i < veli-
The great ab. i mle that th have
make this statement so that al) south ot Burns, the first point of
| dis appointing.
inrs at 8. Subject lor Sunday,
may receive just credit. The coun
•lune 28, "I'bri tian Science "
ty court appropriated $223 (G to from the res< rvoir being situated sider.s that‘ nothing would g -w' ,
ONTARIO WOOL SALES.
ward the expenses of the delegates in the Northwest corner of Harney in Harnev X alloy; that it was us<-
I’ v A .1 1 rwi’i will pleat li at
to Portland. $266.10 for the survey
Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
The wool market at tie- pi.. ■ nl
of the reservoir site and $90 for of Burns. Then on south to the expense that will not p:o Inc.' pro
month at II a. tn. and . :30 p. in.
making the platu. The city council mountains, that loom up smoky per results But a few of th i n lime to- inbb tic great Aim real: Sabbath school every
gave $108 toward expenses of the and dim in the distance, lies the at terprising citizens of Bum- have game of pole r. I he buyers are p. m.
present unoccupied lands which atriad' liemonstrat-d th falsity of( "ealiii;.- f.om 10 to 13 emts and this
delegates to Portland.
Sunday school nt Harm y the
Following is Mr. DeLaney’s are to be reclaimed. They foot up this stat •menl. 1 hey cum he.e ' figure th "+mv. rs are loth to ac pt.
undei the general ;.i a that nothing „
.n ' ibont 2.500,1100 | linds lit.si Sunday of i aeh month it Ht
o clock a in. < >n the st (hind, t bird
The government is hard at work I these there are 19,000 acres of In would grow < xeept native meadow ;of wool . fieri d for sale in the ( hi
fourth Sunday f each month
also com.' with i tario m o !• t this vein, the largest
on the Hurney Valley irrigation dian allotment ’.and; C-irev sclec-
this id" -
It h ' l" n stated so | amount in ’ he history of tin city. at 3 o'clock p in. l’rcachin;r si-r
project and the appearances are
<>fi< n by outsiders tin t th ■ pi-oplo The IniYt
buyi r- sct
p. ii(h lit in vice » very second, Sunday at 8 p n .
that 274,2-10 acres of th" best land selections, not approved, 6.’>,(cs)
ititmic ai;<l think that the
At the Presbyterian church
now lying idle in Harney Valley lucres; road bind, I l.tHrtt Ui es; ap
will be reel timed so soon a the propriated lands, 95,000 acres: va situation efiiiscientii 1V believt* J growers will yivbl I'» I ho terms Burns, Rev. A. .J. Irwin pastor
that nothing will grow hem A 'nt. • cd (In id . If this will btt true I vine services the lhit>1 ; ,id telirlI.
slow, hut certain process of th« gov riant lands,-12,2 10 aer. s. The va
visit t > the homt s of I. S. Geer H.,or not reinnins to be seen.
Sundays of each monti nt 11 i tn
ernment can accomplish it
A cant land" and Indian allotm, ::'s
■ E. 1 liomp m, John R. Ribinson
i he In pm« ! know the ravage and 7:30 p m. hab 'alh cl.... I nt
party of surveyors from the geolog j which come practically under the
and a ."core of others in Burns will , of th •('•rui in Montana and guess 111 n m. every Sabbath morning
ical department of government, con I same head and which are subject
refute this idea at on,
Or if one sono I hilig of tbe eons, «planee on
sisting of nine men. began work to nc<|itisilio:l under the govern
I’reaehiliit servii.'H at ti e baptist
doubts, a driv through Hur- j ' thè price of
realize church every 1st and 2nd ¡und.il
about the first.of June and ire sur ment land laws, give a total T 1 26,-
net va!|. ; will d P"1 the most seep jthntthe Iosa of a million or more
vey ing, staking and mappii.g tin 24<l acres.
morning and i Vi ning Snudai
tical ideas on this point.
. sin ep frolli th.- western market sch<'III i v r\ Sm,day .,t 1 I a. in
Tl.e present work bv the c v. ri -
bed and da n of th- contemplated
All of the hardier fruit-, and ! m«'an- inU' li to the iir’gri tpito out
reservoir that is to hold th w iter meat is on the sam<'ground already
prayer meeting everi Thur-dny
every fruit grown in Oreg, n JX.t of wool. The >
: ipi' tiilions "Venil'l!
which is to supply tlioiisamls of surveyed and mapped out hi I och I
Wfo't. the iriigation j may l.o found yilding -xti.ordi • htiv b- en -t rotig a .
people, and start and k cp v, geta enterptise
nary results in the town <1 Burns, I pr. v. i,il.g silice tic- ■ tm'lli i rowers
ItrR ' . W T . NAoi-MUN 1
tion growing on nearly 3‘><>.(>tli) association met at I'mlLind Li
i he vegetables I; re iqual both in hope for n still stronger upward
acres of ground. Ar utml :m oidon November a request w.-.s made ot
■- production and quality an.,' grown temi« ticv.
circle, 15 miles in length .-m i tivi the r> pre-entaiive- of dift rent
I li • sitnation is if th- buyer-' a
miles in width white tl i. - ¡1 mt in tions of Eastern Oregon tu furnish elsewhere i i the world. Harney
the brei'Ze at interval- on the moun plats and data as to what thay had Valley promise- to rival tin. famous can m ike th. gl'invi I " belìi Ve lllllt o
ri e tliey will
tain sides indieatin/ th" high in their representative sections, In Hood River country in tin product- th, market will noi
if, il h iwever, thè grow- ©
water mark of tin- ,■ -i.t, ui) Lit, d this work Harney County was in tion of . trawl, rrics, tieare no g n t .............
the lead. All other counties in | longer experiments: the living evi 1 r.< old awhile, they h"p • lo re o*
Cloudv d i vs pref.-i n d f. i *
A valley now containing a popu Eastern Oregon yielded tint palm dence is pre.-i lit, ti to the visitor . ¿ve a Ix-tter price.
lation of about ■*>< > p<r-' is, when
•pelei) vesterdav. Thnr-div morn-
In this work it is
I teat) ti fill ...... low gt • ■■■ ■ aioi - it t'
Il 'Vi'hoUt in galion, to a
ing «ith a go ni repres'i tali.m of a
and horses range, i tn I,- c.'iiv it- property metuion the untiring ef
Id.* Crops have been luir- btivers and grotti r~ preu nt. Tin. a
I list antni.lot's preci t s i ■<
forts of live prominent citiz, ns of
ed into a vast sea ,,j
II'.il. i l'Iliel t of mi
Tiiis hotel is ci ntrnlll locat'd
.» number eng u/’tl in th»- I.idding w.. - l.risk and nliout 320,- a exten iv. ly. I'ir st ela - woi k
Burns, These men kti"W what
to build up and populan a
© experienced I li dio-d.
I lc buildiim l¡:.
pound- a eri di i .»-< d i.f nt
territory 30 mile- ■ - .. 1 j ■. ' i they had. They had l,.-< n study
nii.1 is well furnish' i
I lie ilinin ■ room
■ of | olile, neeom-
of which l ow I
'll-., ing tlx
problem for ye irs. I In v
mo t.iling waiter
The, t:d,I' nr< fuiei l e,] tilt thè l'est.
ch enormous P' r punii-l
In thè M M ( n, V i rt -
and the r population o| which i- kn--w what Wealth w.r- Ind b n i:
umi-e, wh«1 ic Ih* r. is l
principally j.o kra it'its and
- the dry, i ut fertile soil of c«-tl i.
|.lM"l,isH) jioHnd". th" foi h»w inff
hens. A : territory larger than portions «4 Harney V.dlei, They
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M X X X
many counties and alm st ns 1 irge
PTTKNTW KITIN • '
150,1)11) ponil i", at 14 ret
as many states is llot- t,. 1 h > re country w..." lying in w.i-t•■. wliicli
R. C. ( h ioti win,
claimed under the in v jrr,u ■> ’ :<-1» with water thrown upon it would
Kil : I’ tn. H
brim, to this countrv a got i ciliz a
Il lt,< YMIIMC,
As a res- voir it"
ter:i "nip and support it: a .di. nth '
I « ’ VHIIU.H
would milk,' itself knii.rn to Ihe
tory to lie recl i iu d n > l> Her .-
nutsiil • « irld if it oi v had
lections could I » made
other point n Orr-mn coi. i - . Ir y. t'ortmir
l li -
ttn local fti ¡ids
a reiwrvi'ir lie c i,- -ticti 1
Jim Dumps wir father of a laia
sniall a cost, nnd at ii" ■ . | i t mnl orga.-iiz- .1 .in :
Who, by her brightness, led her
in Oregon could -iri-l .ml n -I, a paign. Tin y knew »
The teacher asked Miss
t< rrttory have l>eeii found in <»: <• and deter mi ind to
Dum; i tbs question :
I mh IV lob«' i<i dined
• I r :i th'.'se in' •'-t, d in irrigation, and
“How can you bes’ assist
alm to the n prewiilat.vee ut I,
C,mt. A level ) till il
••By eating 'Force.”' When
stretching out ..i far a tie eye ■ an goV'-iniuerit at V ashing*
told to him,
see, that Oi .y t . 1« w ater to bring
a. "f ■ onn
Imtuedi Ui ly aftei the nn-et: / t
»n't. 'ofj>r co.
T!> s story tickled •'Sunny J:tn.”
from il anfthit g• I tc.il^g- .a , < i Portland thee empli.y. d a <1
that, touy in abu I
A natural uni plm ! him in th,
KODOL tsti wfcat you eat
basin 30 on i -- ;•
sn.-rounjed In though til snow was ■
rock-eibb«" ni . t "i
al every : deep at thi
and sweetens th
p.iint save one, n here b th Ctill- work wm
•truclmn of a few f. e of wall early unti
ftil sfotr.avh ahG bo*<
: od time,
enongh Writ« r can I e r strain« It 6- -■pa«*" of 6*
the action of the gas
used »he, needed to turn tlx ar ' •ut lii rep ■
ring d i1»
tric (lands and (I ves tone to the
valley brl aw into a vast gtrd«e and map*
■>n rii- f
KODOL relieves an overworked stomach
The peopl of Burt
m that the Harn»
nervous »tr... i (!-*•! tj
cf ¿c ;d health.
nature did the irdt,alory w
the heart a fuel . free and untrammaltd
a lion. nour«shea the nervous system and
that it aa r need, 1 a foe 6-, -h.
feeds tiia brain.
lonchea b" Hie gov»rnin,-rit t co
¡1 the wonderful remedy that it
ml I in ! i y h I naie d
pb-te lb.‘ j » .
A large stock of Bl;>ck Leaf
Dip Always on Hand.
im cur nice cn
i/Ve positively guarantee that
we can and will supply gro-
Ccries cheaper than ny one
Bev **!f And Haattb
t>n< take tr v
Silvies f i||ev, ;l
vies Rive- flor
* .-;•• '.ry I- ¡
tains bey und
f II »ri
to ib« cot. L
fo » í** ;
i - — r <r.in< •Qfrany tick ; pit >*l!
A,.i Wak people stronf by (iv,r < to
bedtet all of the non Jtment inai la
u 4 in the food th * / «at«