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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1905)
<Th* cartai Mnnirij Country
bhe Official Paper of Harney County,
han the largest circulation, and as one of
advertising inaili unie in Eastern
Covers an area of 6,428,800 acres of
land. 4,721,000 acres vut vacant subject
to entry under the } ublic land laws of
the I nitvd Status.
Wl. SIAM) I HI: ENTIRE COST
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DEC EMBER 2, • . .5
possessions as a remembrance of WANTS EXHIBIT KEPI INFACI
his happv school day».
N. I . < AKTEN II It, C aaiiimr ,
WHY THE WOMEN ARE LATE
. I I
\ nt. Pins
How many of us have a ho ik or
A.t WELCOME. A sst . t'Asnun.
relic in our possession, ami h-iw
DAVIS YtOtl.D NOT HAVE IT A Scene iff the Squilbob Household
Explains the Sex's Tardiness
hard it would he for us to part with
PASS TO I DIVIDYM.S.
in a Clear Manner.
it? May we not say that the own
ship, and hence lhe possible reten
"It s just sen-n o'clock,” said
tion, may so exert a moral influence Desires it Remain Properly of ibe County Squilbob. "an.I m > you hate plenty
o! time to dress yourself carefully
on lhe child that is as great and
--Pavilion Satisfacior) Place to
the theater. With this mar
far reaching; that the aesthetic
Q^arrants bought at tAe market price.
gill of ti-:p-, Henrietta, you can
nature of the child is sacrificed at
A Washington dispatch to th-
Ht*t* Superintendent of Instruc
Hurney, Ore. Nov. 2-S, 1905 surely ’. ■■ \ e Uo excuse lor being uu
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
LACK OF TEACHERS IN THIS COUNTY,
the lime when it is the most respon
Oreg'-niaii .-»>•: In an interview
tion Ackerman has in thi* months sive—namely when he has just Julian Byrd, Secret; ry Lewis an I prepared at the last moment, a
Dili IX ”K >li^
11 ai - v. ■ ■ !y eoi-'iti- d Io y our sex.”
■nth Senator Fulton, Secretary | County School Superintendent
Clark Fair A'socl-ition.
issue of the American School Board been promoted from one book to
John I» Daly,
N. U. Carpenter,
"Yes. dear, I u start dressing
Dear sir:—In tho lust issue of
Hitch' "' It renewed Lis declaration Rigby informs the Times-Herald Journal a masterly article review another, «nd every sense is alert in
C . .A. Hainer.
J. W. Geary,
II. M. Horton,
right now," said his helpmeet du
of onwiJingners to authorize con- that there are seven school district* ing the advantages and disadvan happv anticipation of that event The Timee-Herald 1 find an editor tifully.
in this county without schools at
which can never come to him—the
•trnction of the I instills irrigation
this time on account of a lack of tages of the free text-book system possession of a new book—by giv the disposition of till Harney good example in promptness,”
project in eastern Oregon on the teacher*. So fur itH h* knows every i’lie ini|H>rtance of the paper lies in
S'piillioli. kindly. "I'll start
ing him a book which is more or county exhibit, wh-ch presents tlie s
•■x^-onr; %-»•«■> .-»• r> -■»««'. .«sterr .,-*««■> -. t ««-. -#ec^Ota-«
ground that lie has airvany au- available individual holding a cer thi fm-l thai th« system of free
i in now myself. By the way,
less defaced instead of one Hint is
M. A lkxasuek . I' rkhiuknt .
C. E. Kuxios, Cashier
ihorize'l the "gpHi.diture of 12.000,- ’ tificate in th* county is now teach text-book* may lie seriously con-
; .e my shirts?”
AU I desire is that after th« I W
Wit. J ori >
C. YV. P latt , V-t. Vin-hier 1
a delight to the eye.
i-'klofOrr on monev on the KIs- ing mid tie is very oesirous of ti ling sid*r«d by th« next legislature.
Third, that the sanitary condi trouble ami expense to tVllich the ; “Put the shirt studs in it, will
I’rofiHHOr Aekerman’s article fol
urilh project which he deem, »in- th* vacancies
tions are not observed by the sys citizens and county were oblig' d to I you? Ami -er t>v the way. this
p!e recognition for th* stat* Mt this
1 hi* condition is very unusual
tem of free text-books, as a child I resort that the good effects result dress suit is rather rumpled. 1
111* free text-book question lias
Although h>- had no "ppi.r- arid without a precedent in Harney
is forced to use a book that may ing from its display at Portland must have tossed it around in the
been a mooted one for many years,
iiiiiii . ’u obtain map. and u state- county
II i« certainly to lie de
have been used by one not at all sh i’l tint lie loss by disolving the drawer. Y ou are rather bandy at
m.iii fr- n th* r*<-lnm ition sen iei- plored a» al this season of lb* year
Interest l’aid on I'iim- i»e]>os«itH.
cleanlv or by one afflicted by a exhibit into individual ownership those things, Henrietta — iau'1
-I , m mg th* llil*rslat* ihurai-ler of • very child of school age should against the system have Imeu ad
contagious disease, ami in all pro nor into th« control of . ntsid' par you press it into some sort of
We Solieit You? Banking Business.
th* K Ism.th project. Mr I* niton and could tie in school The ina- vanced from time to time
babilities trajismitte-J by in'-.tiis of ties but that it mav remain a» the
■g uh lo.isted that it was unfair to portalion of .1 few good teacher*
W in. .Jom«, E. II. Test,
the book. It is true that in most property of Harney county ami if
"A ml. » hili- y ou are at it, fix the
C. E. Kinyon. H. Alcxatid'r, Ertate nt Al.n-r Rohlins, William
charge the eo«t of that whole se^ioa absolutely uecesaary Ml this nity to inspect its practical work
schools where lhe system is in
Miller. Frank It Collin. TI i k . Turnbull.
]» irls in my shirt front. Ginger!
project to Oregon
liu*** and the Tintea-Harald hope* ings. hence cannot speak from ex yogue the book» are periodically ered the best place f- r its disposi
2 <je»-' <»•*>-oe«.- <»•<.- ♦ ->«w
perience, so what I shall say on the
Th* Secretary combated this can !>« a compii-had nt uncu.
subjected to a roasting process to -tion lor the present I will be satis- tons."
subject ha* been gleaned from pedu
with tin declaration that tin- 12,-
minimize the danger of contagion,
Mrs. Squilbob flew around with
gogmal literature ami from the re
101,1111.1 whu-h had hewn allotted
but many parents admit that there the Gout.ty Court or citizens gener deft and willing hands, gathering
ports of state sujierintendente of
and i-bargi-d to Oregon represent*,
I is a possibility of a germ or two ally can give it a place that will the masculine apparel together,
Oreg i.'. share in the project Th»
It is a fearful fate to have to en states having the free text-book which may not haye been suili- fully represent lhe growth and re while Squilbob calmly dressed
Ii in i sei I in the intervals of bis rap
entire project ns planned, will cost dure the terrible torture of piler system, and from what my own ciently roasted to make them harm sources of Harney county.
J asi - ek D avis
id lire directions. “Got Illi top
I i" ii .O'-O m,d it is the Secretary's "I can truthfully say,” writes Har- judgment may dictate.
less. Then, again, where the sys
hat? lie asked. “Good. Now
' l he argument usually given in
• 1.1 11 later on to luk> 12000,000 ry Colaon, of Masonville, la , “that
tem is general, many schools would EARLY FEEDINU CAUSED BY SNOW STORM. please fix niy necktie and—why—
of California's nm.iey to complete fo- blind, bleeding, itching anil
entirely neglect to fumigate the
protruding Piles. Bucklvti’a Arnica that it is more economical in that books and ali sanitary precautions
S j ii i I bob gasped in surprise, re
Mr Fulton however, ineisted Halve, is the best cure made.” Also the parents of different families be neglected with deadly results
lates the New York Sun, looked at
thalli w»H unfair to charge ths test for cuts, burns and i. juries, need not necessarily purchase a dif
Summing up the argument for stockmen to begin feeding much the clock hands, which pointed
ferent text-book for each child pas
w hoi* of the present allotment to 25c al Th* City Drug Store.
uud against free text-books, I am earlier thnii is the custom
A General Banking Business Transacted
From eight, and then surveyed the flur-
sing ucees-ively through the same
i i' ll lit I le woman.
Oregon, especially as the land to
rather disposed to be not in favor of reports it is ¡earned that stock «re
grade, as the • line book can be used
"Ginger!" he said, in fine scorn,
I ccdiag Six Ueekt Early.
l>e irrigated under the canals which
the system in stales having stale in fine condition mid < nter winter
"aren't you dressed yet? Well,
this m-'tiey will build lie on Iroth
uniformity in the selection of its q'larters unusually fat
if that isn't just like a woman!”
(teurgo V Lt igliloii lidH returned L'ibv dkininishiu^ lhe per capita
side» of the state line
If all the
text-books, but would strongly in
It is a! i a matter ol gratifica
land to lie irrigated with this
cline towurd its adoption in all tion to learn that h.iv is quite plen
The I.on2 Star
said over in col> - quently the aggregate expen.-e
*2,000.000 expenditure were Ore- near
cases in which text-books are adop tiful and the local stockmen antici
le»* ' that section sheepmen were having lo the district is diminished. Again
gon land, there would —
ted in any other niunmr. It is pate no bad results from the earlj
' - that the state or districts will he
ground for objection, but the fact! to feed from a mouth to six weeks
only fair to say, however, that sb feeding and all iveio in leidii -ss
Chil e i i'org. , Proprietor.
IS this money will I"- »i>.-nt for the earlier than last year and that al- abl- to purchase I ioo U h at whole far as 1 know no state or district for storms Of course tho snow
Alli RICAN PLAN
Cor. Main and B streets.
reclamation of Ca'iforiiiii as well as readv nearly all th* hay in the sale rates, thereby reducing the per has returned to the old method may not lay on as th-- ground was
ONT ARIO, OREGON.
MERuS AT AbU HOURS
Oregon laud, and on tin» basis the Payette valley had been bought up. capita expense, and that book com after adopting the free text book not. frozen to any depth
Senator insists that part of the al- Mr Leighton said hu commenced
system, which is a sliong argu should disappear it will be a great
B ikery in connection
Intmeiit should be charged to Cali feeding his lanil-s on the 10th of, a reduction, owing to the fact that ment in its favor.
benefit to both stockmen and farm
A Specialty of Short Orders.
(lie- thing thul l*‘*' state or district is a responsible
the present month
Ratus $2.oo and $2 50 per day.
ets ami that amount of moisture
-le furii- lied with everything
Late lliia evt iiing the Serial- r is helping out the >h- pineu there, P*rty and that fewer losses will be
Torture of a Preacher.
will be stored for next season.
the market .■ fiords
oil, -s tliht the incurred
»tMnir- I facta from lhe K ■ l.iinalion said Mr Lt-
Second, th-- free text book sys-
The story of the torture of Rev
ip; r country
Service which will establiali the in •beeptn
This modern new Intel was only recently opened to the
leralate character uf the Klamath were n< bringing tin....... rds down tern tend- greatly to make school O D Moore, pastor of the Baptist
public. Harney Count, people will be always welcome
project and tomorrow will renew his to th" v Iley lor wi nter f. ling ,>s work umr-' tlficient. as it enables church, of Harpersville. N. Y will
and courteously earn! for. A first < lass bar in connection.
interest you. He says “I suffered
■ s- - uring
urgumeut before the secretary in they usually do, hill
the hop* of having the allot ment fee.t
necessary iaaiks, thus euabling c >ugb, resulting from the grip. I ach and liver trouble, but at last I
divided an that part of Oregon a re- - laiighti -i said th it probablv con
them to begin work uuinediately. had to sleep sitting up in bed
I won, and cured my diseaer», by the
strii-ted fund can be used lor build ■idernble corn would fi« shipped in
t-ied many remedies, without re use of Electric Bitters
for b ed later in the winter. Hay
ing the Cuiatillu project
to all, and F ’ ;...
Mr. Hitchcock is more deter- is elling for I I a ton generally.
neglect or may not lie able to sup Discovery for consumption, Coughs don't intend in the future to be
mil < d than ever before to put aside but he tried to purchase two or
ply their children at the first.
and Colds, which entirely cured my without them in the house. They I fe I
the Malli- lir |>roj'ct, I'Ccauss uf lhe three small lots of hay and could
wl in uui,: STEVENS
Moreover, by bavin« books for cough and saved me from consump are certainly a wonderful medicine. •y ’. I 1 S ' .a si bit
Bull's-T yes iu;il bringing
liooaTou N am - on .
attitude tak< 1 b, the wagon road not secure it for less than $ I 50.—
I M n C ahiam B o TD
.. . a .i yi. . All rctjiiibits firearm vir-
distribution at ali times many more tion.” A grand cure for diseased I-1 have cured such a bad case a- j
ii our famous hue cf
landowuera, and for other reaaoua Boise Statesman.
! l rot3 and SHOTGUNS. H.
children will attend school for conditions of Throat and Lungs. mine.” .Sold under guarantee to I
y h 1 • 1.; I i.tn ., the tua;k when shooting
In disi'Ussing this matter, he shows
N S ?
< twi'ierable fe ling, exhibiting »a-
Having sold the furniture bust-
Ask your dealer anti in-1 Send 4 cents Postage io«
ra ri' i 'c illustrated
and $1 00, guaranteed. Trial bot Drug Store, at 50c u buttle, Try
sKt un our jm .'¡i i . If new
p isl hostility Inward C E 8 Wood ....... C A Byrd will now turn bis -I' - t i g . iin in school economy.
b I I VI. NS book; de-
you cannot t ’4a?n the s f r-s entire output, all
io my mind the lietler euicincy tle free.
STEVJ'.NS, v-e fcWp «11-
th»ir Portland representative, whom attention to painting ami paper
reit, e- rcis prepaid 11.trulhonie «over design
argument for free books is the
he aci-uaes of deliberate misrepre hanging and aolicita a share of
ujm n rer.t-i; t of’-ri. r-
I y A- B. I rosL_______
For Sale—Five choice lots in
strongest o.ne that can be urged in
••i I LAN 1'-- I hi N i : —that n<*w and attractive
He will also con
sentation. The secretary shows, your patronage
] .? ic ut our», Li.t wiii keep you ^uc.-.dnguQtil you
Ontario, 40 lots in Laweti, 10 b 'e
t,--! it. 1 ry your luck th e evenings. It's tree.
its favor, and the one moat general
Send f r it.
by his actions, that lie is more de- j duct a cabinet and repair shop
in the minds of its friends for its
The Pendleton Tribune of Nov. in .Burns; 160 acres of good land a
j. STEVI.HS ASMS AH3 TOOL CO.
loruiincd than ever before to hold
P. O. BOX AOBI
retention wherever adopted.
23 gives the following from its part of it natural meadow 10 miler ■
up thi- project until lhe wagon ;
east of Burns, unimproved; 1601 ► CHIOCPCE FALI.8, MA8B. U.S. A.
Third, that in states not Laving Athena correspondent:
O ntario , Onaooit.
road people come to lhe terms
state uniformity in the adoption of
The marriage of George F. Gib acres near Saddle Butte with pre- |
Ontario office: New Wilson Brick.
which he iui|M>»es. He does not
Notice is hereby given that hunt text-books used in schools the bur son, of Burns, Ore , and Mamie sent crop of wild grass standing, i
sxp< cl them to do *0 immediately,
ing and shooting Upon the enclosed den rests upon the parents who McFadden of Athena, took place has a bouse and good fence Par- I
V*t b- in unwilling t" divert money
lauds of lhe American Land A Live change from one couuty to another | yesterday a* the Golden Rule ticnlars can ire obtained at this.
from ths Malheur allotment for use
Slock Co located in townships 39 and from one district to another, ’ Hotel. Rev N. H Brooks officiat office.
on other works in Oregon. If he
<!t AO S Bang« 35 E and tswnship as lhe case may be, and probably ing. The bride is a moBt estima
would do this, lie would have am-
are compelled to purchase one or ble young ladv who has resided in
|'le money to build lhe Umatilla 39 8, R 36 E W M, Harney Co
Oregon (better known as the Trout more new books when lhe book al- Athena since childhood and where
prvj' Ct, irrespn live of the disposi
TRISCII A DONEGAN, Proprietors.
Creek and Colony Ranches,) is readv in the hands of the pupil will she enjoys the friendship of all who
H»i had oner 34 yeari exp.- iene« as
tion he may make of Klamath, but
know her. Several of her friends
strictly forbidden. Any person or
I-- secretary is firm on tins peint
persons found hunting or trespass child's educational progress is con accompanied the couple to Pendle-
and, while he retains this |n>sition,
j ton and were present at the cere
ing with a gun in their posession cerned.
llw *2,MO,UOO allotment remains
The principal argument io oppo mony.
The groom lias resided
on above described property will
tort! up ami cannot I-« expended for
tie prosecuted to the full extent of sition to the free text-book system several years in Harney county
the b< nellt of Oreg' n or any other
where he is successfully conduct
A reward of «25 it here ar* iu the main as follows:
First, the school district has per ing lhe business of ramming and
by offered for evidence that will
The couple will
lead to their arrest snd e-uivicli.'i formed it, whole responsibility atockraising
I toping Couple Arri - ed at Austin.
A meuic an L and <E L ive Sr<>< k to. when i: Iris provided each and leave in a few days for Burns,
I within its jurisdiction which place will be their flit lit
B y K B. Hu t .B am •« M anager . ; every •
Looking down tin mur le of a
»chool sites, school houses and borne
revolver aa long as v ur arm is n< t
g io<! te. h'-’.» and all that |>ertaios
a pleasant sensati" when eloping
IL> iher-!—If yon want i - p ¡1
to good schools exe-pt books, and
For Sale Only al
with your l•eet girl
th >t it -■ the duty of lhe pirents to your properly why don't jolt list
• uch » 1 i. the experience of D M
■11 b: "lad to furnisli
A MATTER OF HEALTH bear th- urden ol furoishing the it with Smith A- Lewis? Th - ' ll
SCIENTISTS AS 5
liilier al Awim
-; that a great principle see len buyers to your oi.e. They
breakfast ta*- '• I»1 H
«hen the parent is not will find you h buyer for your ranch
He bad I fl th* Wh ' H r-
t . f-e! his responsibility in or city pr- jierty. y oir hursi s, cat-
SO III -I
II, M-ilheur i ouu-
ranch near Wes
•h it he will Ion- interest and fail to lie or sheep Csli mid get t ac-
t- with Anni
fulli appreciate that for which he quainted with them—the
, Sc. >cl 1er
year- »Id daughter of C ’ K I
-Price LfM <t
has male :-■■ sacrifice All are string a|....ys hangs out. M;im St
To anyone dcslriii^
«nd after riding fot
willing t -
nc.-de. however, that it Buri s, Oregon
night«, they stopp'd
is tl.i dti'v f the district to furnish
Austin, not dr*.1
indigo: ' ciiildri n
WANTED— Agents, Hurt , r-
father ami an »>
SUC' E«SOR TO.WILSON 4 A r T N.
b i>s-. id iii -t states have made Sah --lien. Clerk? and everybody
-in m n- : to legislative enact- in . a.uits to enjoy a good hearty
Sec bis Haad'ome
i khcr If
t O 1 homat*.
laugh to send 5Uc for “ Tips t<
from Maiiieur county,
Second, ii.,’. the system deprives Ageule ” Worth $50 to any per
burn leached Aust 11
lhe child -if a sen-v of ownership, son who -ells g.xids for a living.
midnight Friday i-lg
MONUMENTAL BRONZE COMPANY,
one of .he civic virtue* that should > If not satisfactory your money
k> mi to
presence was not nix
becult.iated early; that he will back
the runaway p*ir ui
n it t
the same nt c«»*tty of caring Dr. Whit* electric Comb Co., Deca
seated st the break!
for . property of lhe diainct as tur, III.
i a com-
fill win; morning, »
A Cream of Tartar Powder,
he would of h.s own, and that of
free from alum or phon*
111 a nd, “Hands up,"
bis own book he may retain poaes-
Up-to-date iub printing at reagon-
sloping joum« v I" sn abrupt ini’.
eion and prize the highest of hisable prices.
bakino povrots co., etw veaw
M Kilburn started homeward at
DISCUSSES FREE TEXT BOOKS
the Sumpter valley tr -.in steamed
out < f h' i. ; teriu u* Sunday
irti kl.AMATtt PROJECT (AKES 01 if •firm on,
■ Mr Miller STATE SI PI KINTENDENT ACKERMAN
>ha -kb d bau 1 and fo <m the road
GIVES HIS VIEWS.
to Vab 41 -r<* hr WH 1 be called to
arinwer to a more -♦
Scirei.r, Hilihcack Refuto I. M.kc Cali- than |. addy be < \
r - n.-glutei Does not Lalircly Approve of The System
iaraia Start Irritali«. Allvtmcal
could 1» it . u tji of . ch 1- affair.
Although Would be Benefit Inder
Ailko.|k Recebe. Beteln.
Certa io Conditions.
First National Bank
OF BURNS, ORECON.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
THE CARTER HOUSE.
All Outside Rooms— Near Depot
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION.
Napton & Boyd
Mines and Mining.
E. N. NELSON
Watchmaker and Optician
Second door north of post office.
The Finest of All
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Bilhard c .1 Pool t ables.
Club Rooms in Co «inaction«''
Hotel Burns Bar
! Main St.,