The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, September 30, 1905, Image 1

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    VOL. XV111.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY,OREGON, SEPTEMBER 30, 1905.
NO. 45.
MAY GET ARTESIAN WATER | servation, and, th-refore, they have GRASS-FED STOCK IN DEMNAD library. She has placed history SAÜE BRUSH IS VALUABLE
i no greater right in th»t respect out-
, side of the reservation than a citizen
A STRONG FLOW INDICATED AT THE of the state.
FAIR GROUNDS.
“Mr. Baker, the state game ward­
en, wrote me in 1904 that a cer-
tain Colonel Charles White, now
Water Bubbles up in lias Pipe to Withio a deceased, was present at the con­
Few Feet of the Surface, Raising
clusion of the treaty with Warm
Good Sized Ciravel.
Spring Indian«, by which such
rights were reserved to the Indians
In sinking a well for irrigation
but I am unable to find any such
purposes and to keep the track treaty, and it is not claimed in bis
spridkler going nt the new fair letter tb.-xt any such reservation
grounds, a good 11« w of water was was made in the Klamath treaty,
1 urn' at onlv a short depth, The and the Klamath treaty contains
well was dug down some 11 feet no .such reservation.
and then a piece of 2 inch gas pipe
“It is held by numerous author-
driven down in the bottom to a ities both in the state and United
,’n-plb of 21 or 22 feet This piece States courts, that when an Indian
of pine is 10 feet in length and the commits a crime outside of an
water comes to the top with consid­ Indian country he is amenable to
erable force, bringing up gravel al- the (laws of the place where the
most the size of heneggs.
crime is committed.”
When filling the tank of the
sprinkler with a big pump run by
Scbool the Children.
horsepower the water is drawn out
until the pipe stands at some height
A good many papers of the elate
above the surface, but in only a few are publishing extract« from the
minutes the ilow from the pipe new compulsory school attendance
again fills the well and raises the law From eight to fourteen the
water to within about 8 feet of the child is required to attend the en­
suface of the ground While this tire time school is taught in the
is not unusual it seems to be of home district Nor must he work
more force than other wells and for hire, payable tn himselt or any
would indicate a strong flow within other person, during the contin­
a reasonable depth. In fact it has uance of the term and any person
put some of the stockholders of the or firm employing such child may
Harney County Fair Association to be heavilv fined.
studying and considering the ad-
Another provision of the law
visibility of experimenting at some makes it almost impossible for
future time provided satisfactory children up to sixteen to get lawful
arrangments could be made.
employment in any of the better
The association contemplates a lines unless he h s a fairly good
park and will in all likelihood be education in the common branches.
gin work on the grounds earlev This measure puts a high and im­
next spring, putting out trees, seed­ mediate premium on going to school
ing certain portions of the plot to which ought to stir them up to
grass, flowers and shrubs. A flow­ steadier attendance
and better
ing well would add much to such work.
an arrnngment and assist very mat­ Complaints for violation may be
erially in beautifying the place, brought by members of the child
besides simplifying the expensive labor law commission, and are to
matter of irri ating the plot. Such be prosecuted by the district attor­
a well would be worth money to the neys. The school principal or sup­
association and gives encourage­ erintendent must first serve a
ment to the people all over the val­ written notice of the law upon the
ley The experts of the geological parent or guardian responsible for
department of the United States the failure to attend If a suffici­
i.re positive of the existence of ar. ent answer is not returned within
t> <ian water in this valley and the 10 days, civil action may begin.
people should make an attempt to The punishment for the offense is a
secure al least one evperimental fine of not less than $10 nor more
well in order to demonstrate the than $50
fact.
But the wide-awake parent will
The fair association represents be quick to see the great benefits to
some of the most substantial citi­ their own children and to the school
zens of the county who have taken as a whole, and will Btrive to obey
stock and are promoting the fair rather than to seek to evade the
for the purpose of stimulating the law. Other persons, greedy for the
development of the country. To wealth their child’s labor produces
bring the stock and agricultural or angry because thev cannot boss
interests to the front and improve the whole district and everybody in
in both These stockholders do it, ought to be compelled to send
not expect to realize any personal the children to school.—Grant Cou­
benefits from the fair more then nty News
their neighbors who have not taken
stock; these men have sufficient Reo Mountaineer Here Oct. 3rd or 4th.
financial backing to not only make
the fair a success, but also take up
The Times-Herald is in receipt
the promising artesian flow and of a card from Percy Megargel who
bring it to a place where it can be is driving the big 16-horse auto
known definitely wheatber it is across the continent from New
pratical or rather possible to secure York to Portland in which he states
a flow of sufficient force to justify he should arrive in Burns Oct. 3 or
sinking artesian wells.
4. The card states that the delay
The Times-Herald does not speak has been caused by getting lost in
with ny authority regarding the the mountains and wrecked in gul­
possibility of such a move on the lies A cut of the big machine
part of the Association, but knows converted into a sleeping car is
that such a thing has been in the shown on the card.
minds of some of the heaviest
Mr Megargel will do much to­
ward making the automobile a pra­
stockholders.
ctical and swift mode of travel
regions
Indians Must Have License to Hunt. throughout the mountain
of the west where it is now diffii-
According to an opinion rendered cult to travel His reports on
by Attorney General Crawford in roads and general character of the
reply to a question from Special country will show the preaent short­
Game and Forestery Warden Mont comings of the tnacblbiis now
E. Hutchinson, mi Indian should built and the manifacturers will
have a hunter’s license when bunt­ take advantage of this information
ing off the reeervaeion, but he doe« K> 'n8lt* 8 Pr8‘'cai machine to be
not require a license to bunt or. the u»«d
ordinary roads So far
reservation. In discussing tlw ques- the great drawback has been that
t!-. the attorney general say«:
'be niachir.es are built too low rnak-
* I find nothing in th act giving ">K
inipoisible to make an.
•n I dian auv greater rights than *P<*d on roads that have been worn
any other person, and the state has ‘own and leaving a h.gh rtdge in
right to punish for the violation the center This is a defect easily
of its laws whether the person vio­ overcome when once understood
lating is a white man or an Indian.
For Sale—Fall and Winter ap­
The treaty made between the Kla­
math Indian« and th- United State« ples 75 cents a box, beet varieties.
October 4, 1861 does not reserve to Horse pasture free. Fruit readv
the Indians the r'gh< to hunt or about Sep'.. 20 at the Bel-haw
fii'h ceded lands outside of the re- ranch —Belshaw A Bentley Bru«.
N. U. CARPENTER, C ashier ,
and California biography at the
CUMMINS, V ice I’ kks
A. C. WELCOME. A sst . C ashier .
head of the list. This gives Cal­ i
MONTANA HERD BRINGS BIG PRUE ifornia first place, always, in the TO BE USED FOR MAKING PAPER
IN THE EAST.
AND PERFUMERIES
minds of Californians, and the re­
sult is apparent everywhere.
OF BURNS, OREGON.
When California needs boom­
Baker City Man has Patented Process For
Secretary Owlnn Believes Oriental Trade
Banking Business
ing she does not have to go out I
Will Soon be Supplied Direct by
Extracting an oil front lt--First
begging for funds and men, but
Sheet of Paper Exhibited.
Tbit Range Territory.
fy/arrante bought at the market price.
funds and willing men are forth­
Last May 15, N. E. Imhaus.
Must market stock l>e topped off coming, voluntarily, freely, cheer­
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
with corn or cereal feeding, or has fully and with great enthusiasm. who for years has been the man­
DI H EOTOR =4
ager
for
a
French
syndicate
own
­
N Ü. Carpenter,
good wild grass the nutriment to
C Cummins,
John
D
I'aly,
As a result, when California
ing
the
Flagstaff
mine
near
Bak
­
H . M Mortoti,
J.
W.
Geary,
C.
A.
Maines,
goes
out
in
competition
with
the
finish fattening? The question
Thomas Davis.
er City, patented a process for
had been decided in the negative world, as she is doing at the
extracting
an
oil
from
sage
brush
by the easterners, who for many Lewis and Clark fair and as she
years were accustomed to corn-fed has done at St. Louis, and at which is used as the basis of com­
.-»«■><■» s r* <■»««■> ob o-nirstnEO - obo - •“»•«">r»<»B
stock. It had almost become a numerous notional conventions, mercial perfumeries of high grade.
M. A lbxaxdbb , P resident
C. E. K bnïox , Cashier
w
In
making
this
extraction
a
pulp
proverb that the corn-fed animal she leads, anti gracefully, without
W k . J ones , V ick -P rbiidknt .
C. W. P latt , Asst. Cashier fl
is formed from which paper of
will kill in far better conditio, effort, without friction.
than the one coming from grass,
It is because Californians know good quality is made. Mr.
giving less waste and more meat
and love California. They are Imhaus’ letters patent promise to
A recent test was made on a
be exceedingly valuable and if
OREGON
ONTARIO,
band fed in the Big Horn basin of California lore in babyhood, they he puts either one or both pro­
are
taught
California
heroism
and
Montana to determine wliat grass
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
5
ducts on the market there will
would do Care was taken with history in boyhood and young
be
a
1
revolution
in
commercial
We Solieit Your Banking Business.
a
this stock to prevent it getting any I manhood, and have California
circles, . Everybody knows that
methods
and
California
instilled
STOCKHOLDERS:—M. Alexander, Wm. Jones, E. II Test, 1
cereal, and after it was taken from
C. I E. Kenyon, H. Alexander, Estate of Abner Robbins, William I
the range it was fed for some time [ into their growing minds, while they pay a very high price per
Miller, Frank R. Coffin, Thos. Turnbull.
on a well-matured hay cut from they are forming habits and com­ ounce for high grade perfumery
and
that
the
products
they
buy
oeooe
wild grass of that district. When I ing to manhood.
the stock was taken to Chicago it
The fruits of this training are are not all essence o' the scent
brought a price among the top- that a Californian always stands named on the bottle. Only a
nolcbers of the corn-fed country up boldly and enthusiastically drop or two of violet for instance
HOWARD SEBREE, P resident
w . R. SEBREE, V ice p zbident
and caused a seDsation. Expert for his state wherever ne may be is put in an ounce of some base
R. A. COWDEN, C ashier
Ä
market men would not at first be- —Eart Oregonian.
oil to make a violet perfume. V
lieve that the animals were fed ex-
This base oil itself is very rare V
clusively on grass, and when so in-
and valuable and this is what Mr. M/
Like Finding Money.
formed were incredulous until the
Imhaus has secured.
V
proof was offered. Care was exer­
A
The
commercial
world
knows
Finding health is like finding
cised to determine how the beef
that paper of all grades is getting
CALDWELL, IDAHO A
Killed, as compared with the corn money—so think those who are
tX
to be a valuable commodity and V
product, and the dressed carcasses sick. When you have a cough,
A
V
▼
A Menerai
1 ransueteu
i-
General oanKing
Banking Business Transacted
carried as high a proportion of cold, Bore throat, or chest irritation, that the material from which it is v
hotter
act
promptly
like
W
C
Bar
­
made
is
growing
scarcer
every
S/
CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
meat as would have been found on
the animals direct from the cm ber, of .Sandy Level, Va. He says: year. Wood pulp is becoming a
"I had a terrible chest trouble, scarce article in the United States
fields.
caused
by smoke and coal dust on on account of the rapid destruction
Secretary J H Gwinn of the
my lungs; but, after finding no re­ of the kind of trees from which it
National Livestock association,
lief in other remedies, I was cured,
commenting on this fact yesterday
is composed. As a result com­
by Dr. King’s New Discovery for
said that the virtues of grass feed­
Consumption, Coughs and Colds ” mon newspaper has advanced at a
ing, when done scientifically were
Greatest sale of any cough or lung high percentage during the past
not appreciated. He thought that
medicine in the World. At the two years.
the time would come when much
The first sheet of paper ever
City Drug Store; 50c and $1 00;
of the good beef of the west would guaranteed Trial bottle free.
made from sage brush is now on
be topped off with grass.
exhibition in the First National
Eighth Grade Examination
“Boise basin and the Ontario
Bank in Baker City. This is of a
country are becoming great feeding
yellowish
tinge but there is a sam­
For the benefit of those wishing
grounds,” said Mr. Gwinn “The
ple
in
Paris
that is pure white
extensive reclamation work done to enter the high school, and who
and
of
good
quality.
have
not
passed
the
eight
grade
there insures a vast production of
examination.
1
will
hold
an
eighth
Whether
the
production of the
forage and feed in general Cli-
grade
examination
on
the
28
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perfumery
oil
and
the manifacture
mate favors the work There is no
of the paper as a by-product
reason why the coast and oriental of this month(Sept.)
M. E Rigby, County school Supt. shall become a regular industry
trade should not he supplied by
this territory direct, instead of first
depends upon whether the cost
Up-to-date job printing at reason­ of production can be reduced. If
shipping to the east, slaughtering
and dressing there and receiving able prices.
the problem can be met and mas­
the meat here again, as is often the
tered farmers will be planting
Having sold the furniture busi­
rule. When the demand for high­
sage brush in their irrigated fields,
D on C arlos B oyd
llOUHTOM Ninos.
grade meats in this region grows ness, C. A. Byrd will now turn his according to the Baker City
attention
to
painting
and
paper
sufficientlv I do not doubt that
Democrat.
packing establishments of great hanging and solicits a share of
size will spring up and the west your patronage. He will also con­
duct a cabinet and repair shop.
Bought Stock Ranch,
will then ship little livestock east ”
—Portland Journal
Speed Program Fair Beginning Oct. 16.
Hon. C. W. Parrish and sons
Real
Mines and Minir.g.
have
bought the John Hyde place,
FIRST DAY.
AN EXAMPLE FOR OREGON.
Quarter-mile dash, Harney County on the South Fork. The ranch
In California’s educational ex­ saddle horses that never won public consists of two farms with good
money. Purse, $40.
hayland, pasture and outside range.
hibit at the Lewis and Clark fair Quartcr-mile dash, free lor all. Purse
P ayette , I daho .
O ntario , O rroon .
About 150 head of cattle were also
is shown a specimen of the vir­ »100.
Ontario
office:
New
Wilson
Brick.
included in the d"al. It is the in­
culating state libraries which are Half mile dash, tree for all maidens,
tention of the new owners to make
puree, »100.
now in use in the Golden state.
One mile trot or pace, beet 2 out of 3 their residence there in the future,
Oregon might take a needed heats, for horses bred and raised in although Judge Parrish will not
lesson from this portion of the ex­ Harney county. Purse, »100.
discontinue his law practice. Mr.
SECOND DAY.
hibit .
Three-eighths mile dash, for Harney Hyde and family .' ill go into the
The California library consists county saddle horses. Purse, »50.
Willamette valley for the winter at
of about 125 books, state history Tnree-eighth mile dash, free for all least, driving through by way of
TRISCII A DONEGAN, Proprietors.
predominating in the collection. Purse, »100.
Prineville.
—
Grant
County
News
Three-mile novelty race; walk first
Next in importance in subject mile, trot se< >nd mile, run third mile,
comes the biography of great l’urse, »50.
Job printing—The Times Herald
XJZ cl I cq Tlxls ZZescd.C|.VL2Lrt©rs.
THIRD DAY.
Californians, then comes natural
history of California, and nature Half-mile dash, for Harney County
and Cigars.
bor es. Purse, »50.
studies for young folks, and then saddle
Half mile dash, free for all. Purse,
Billiard
Tables.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
a general collection of useful and »100.
One
mile
trot
or
pace,
beet
2
out
of
3
entertaining volumes intemli d to
Rooms in Connection
instruct and amuse people of all beats, 2:50 class, free for all Purse
»150.
ages
Halt-mih- da-h, for ponies under 14J4
The state of Oregon, as te , „and* high, ridden by boys under 14
The Finest of All
has nothing of this kind. If you rear« of age. Puree. 20.
FOURTH DAY.
m-ntion a library, people say, “O
there are no literarv people here Four and a half furlongs, free for all
Purse, »150.
to use a library ” Literary peo­ Om- mil- trot or pace, beat 2 out of 3
ple do not patronize public lib­ heats, free for all. Puree »150.
F»r Sale Only at
raries, to any extent They Five-mil« dash, for Harney County
saddle horses, l’urse »75.
choose and buy their own books.
FIFTH DAY.
The masses use libraries, and Five-eigbths-mile dash, free for all.
public libraries should be so Purse, »150.
chosen as to be most profitable One mile ir it or pace, ls;st 2 out of 3
heats, slow race, change drivers,
A ■'ents, 8urns, Ore.
Absolutely Pure
and entertaining to the masses.
l’urse »25
AMS
W
SUBSTITUTE
California has shown excellent Te -mil- relsy race, u-t nee 5 «iddle
f**Roth>>i I Br< •., Distributer«. Portland, On gon.
judgement in classifying uer state horses, change as please. Puree, »100.
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