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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View This Issue
ATnUDAT, JANl'AKYS, INK
On Ver fj.00
Ml Month. ISO
Thru Month T
HI.IAII limn - HMMin
The Timos-IIerild learn from
n reliable source that the people
of Silver Creek have determined
to at least do their part toward
bringing about curly construction
work on the government irriga
tion project over there. The)
prop.w encimg a petition signed slates
character of those making bids
and to see that the provisions of
the law governing the lotting f
contracts are complied with.
The gentleman has been in the
service for over thirty yean and
is therefore a veteran. His duties
take him to all part of the United
States and he is an Irishman that
keeps his eyes open to opportuni
ties and possibilities. !' hen
him tulk of this Great Hatne)
Country and show old timers ad
vantages that they have failed to
realize after residing here for
years, docs one good. He is en
thusiastic over its future and
with positiveness that the
THINK ASSASSIN IS ARRESTED.
Language Reed tirsdnl I,-- The City Drug Store for Chricl-
aons in English, no diagramming, mac presents, il M Horton, pro-
The assassination of Ea-Clov-! Civil Uovemnif nt-lnited States ' prieior
nor Bteaeenbera at Caldwell, Constitution. .
MODS, M1 Saturday night has Hisinry List of topics from
oauwl numb comment and crest- hrtory Outline In Stats c.nrseof
od much feeling against llio (Met lu nn(l OnrOU Evan.
d'Alene miners woo are eonsldered
resiMinsible for the oriu.o. Several
IOauato bete been arrested hut
M, E. HKillY,
LEWI8 6l SMITH
RI.AII OUR BARGAIN LIST:
bveveiv lend owner under the I lari iman railroad s!tem will not
proposed reservoir site obligating hate this field undisputed, bin
themselves to conform to all the "" J J "'" "ns heard MUM H II
requirements exacted by the gov- ne cumitrv nnd is coming in ,if
ernment and praying that the ' ll,c enormous boaiooui that he
mattei be taken up immeduleU . OU will develop here when il
This ( etuitih htpp) rrtuli- ' "",r OfeMttA up
tion and cerlainh has no precedent! Mr McGinniss quoted a prom
- in fin I it will he so unusual ihat "1,n' tinanciei as Matini,' that 00
the T.ernment should becin to twelfth . f the enli-e 00001 pro
ere the moment the petition is duct was raised in I'matilli conn
most of them have been discharg
ed as the oflioers believe thev have
the main man, although it is pos
itive others are implicated The
latest ill velojiinnnts in the case
at hand is In. in the Hoise States
man A special dispatch Ui that
paper from Caldwell states in part
Tic fourth dav of the work nf
the ollicers engaged in running
down the person or persons respon
stlili for the murder of Gof
rnor ("rank Sieunenlierg has eiid
td ith some progress having bent
Tin iiio-t important information
tiaini'il is peri) a pa the reel name
Having sold the furniture husi
neas, C. A Bvrd will now turn his
attention tn painting and paper
hanging and solicits a share of
your patronage lb will also con
duct a cabinet and repair chop
The Oregonian's Annual New
issue seems to have been
gotten up with hltlc regaid tot
in v in. ite 111(01 1n.1t ion in moie than
one respect, 000 especially in re
gard to the total area of unappro
priated government land subject
to cntr It yivrs the total some
thin 0001 1 v. )' ,ihh .1, roe; tin
ma be riht, but if so the Hums
land distru t alone shows more
th 111 one-half the vacant land in
Oregon, The officiel figures' .it
the local laud ollicc show 111 the
awi'i hothood of ten and thrcc
OUOl milium acres of unappro
priated hind 111 this district subject
The fool I - promises tO be
I great activity in the Har
ris Kiuntry. Much work is bc
tnjj planned with a lew towards
oping tl.e moor resources,
t in this state and the Yakima
WCtion of Washington, anil el
the HofUOJ UOUUtl I M 1- 1 .ipablc
of producing more than both of
these sections. He Otyi OH are
advertised most wtdelv in lailroad
unit's and that settlement and
development will couseropidl)
Mi MlflinilhO told a icprcent
alive of this great religious week
ly that he was ijoiiic; to talk ll.it
nrv alles whenever the Oppor
tunity presented itself ami if the
Opportunity lul not come hi
would make It. He i ,1 t-i
pleasant gentleman ami one who
commands attention, then
will do much misstnuon woik.
He i a friend worth having.
Mliili SCHOOL LITER AR .
Tbe High School Literary -tv
mat again yesterday afternoon
The meeting was called to order by
the president, QOOUJB 'irealey, at
The roll call found all of
with .1 1'ie.ii inlluN i.t Inline seek-'" meinlmrp present Tin mile
era. There is even lutfacathoi of uUn n lai" a"M,,",R wrc r"'1 u,,(l
approved and the following
tiniis were made. President, t or
til Smith, Vice I'rssidoiit, OefOjOOO
Hihhard, Kecratary, Maoii" Win
tors. Treasurer, Lea BoUUM M
Tbe president appoint.'! .loin.
Kayar critic and Olllerd Bood
Marv Seal and (irtrude Harues
much life in real estate, as m.itn
from the outside are negotiating
for ranches .1! tin- time. Anions;
Other important things now antm
paled will tie the actnr work on
'.he railroad, tin- immediate con
struction ol the Silver Creek irri
gation reservou bj the govern
ment reclamation service; the es
tablishment of Jul fuel that artes
lan water can be found in abund
ance at a reasonable depth by the
eoaeuuoj recuuUj formed 10 sink
such wells It is also lioped that
the mattei of the Carey selection
of the Harney Yullev Impiow
mcnl Co. now pending before the
department ma be definitely set
tled before the opening of -pung
so tiiat settlement may no longet
of the man calling himself Thomas
Hi has Hitmitli he i-
Harry Orchard Futther. he has
ailmitleil be was in the f'neur
rJ'AI - until the time of the
:roiihli. Ihera in 1 H'. He wns
living in BoTftl and was a member
f the Iturk' Miners' union
dberlff Botberlend has rdeetleed
him M one he saw several limns in
'Inii MOllefl th" past summer
Wheth-r or not h" had bMO thtire
prior lo last summer, since the year
if the riots, is not known, hut the
bol In' was ihre last summer
Il highly significant, as it thought
he wa OUOOObtuilv conferring
R lib I BUN ui old associates
linn' he has I n since has l.ot
v". In eh Iracsil. hul he come In
Idaho from Bell Lake lb- shipped
ln trunk to t aid will anil then
in Haih . Inllowiiig Ids
trunks here Inter The trunk was
' bf nii'aii- ol the cheek No,
The Timi'- Herald bai do
elded ! make i Itis n liaiyuiii
month timi offer mime hxpi'ih
t I'ltuii ciuiiiiino ratios. Toafl
wIki paj their mibmTiptitHi
om yi'ur in adranov dnriug
this mi nt li w will oeiid 1 he
Twice-a Week Kflpablic l Ht,
LtMiin. mi entire year Froe
.,0S1 Kiisiness propert) on Main St,
lil Wixioti, hnililing Dnxsn fiM.t
an.noo- Hotel, uumnitBnBWroltem.
i'Ter roon MiitUaled a snap.
1 1, ik "i n 1 leal home, 2001800 feet of
grouml, li ': l44, 10 rooms, li'i fruit
trass, barn, iliiclsiB lemse, ninil mill,
10 small ri'iHleneas tell iiswIi.Imh
Imprnviil anil uniiiiiiroTsd ranches
alnri n 1 'lucres. S
nv of UnHie. We also
handle ronr I mrsea, cattle, sheep etc
li 1 in wiiiu 1.. -ill it with ne 1( you
want tn I. in ix iinine 0IW list or sritc us
We have the Gods We make the Prices We tt the Trade.
JOHN DEERE PliOWS
DISC PLOWS SULKY PLOWS
: mill a. 1 June
NOTK'K FOR I'l
'Ml Kll Ull ll'.li nn 11
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ninn, I. . a
In, i.m mim
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Ibl i-n r. h--'
J r,(t, imv.
Thin will Im rifii now mjb 1
eribun hipI i1iI niiis. win 1
now during tlio inntii li
Tbe Time. Herald, bite Hi
public and Weeklj ininti i
mm ynv forfA.Ofl it paid i
Married A 8 (MbaOO and Mary
K I'arker wer united in the holy
benei of uedleob al J A Oard'a,
the home nf the hridr'e parents
Kriilm Orcein her '.". Iliti.1, at
1, p m QO Hendrioks,
1 ! I.awi-ii. ntlicial
iiij Several friends am! relatives
01 lo. - ol ami all jo full) p..r
1 1 1 1 1 -i in an excellent wadding
nlnch was served minis.
diatelv after the cersniony and
0 0 Hendricks.
The prn grain
Song by School
I'nliate: Id -
wITHDKAUN ' nk IRgNlATION PKOJbCl
Thurudev the local land
oflu cd telegraphi; iaco
tiiMii fioin Washington to with
draw from ootrj townehipe 21, 22
and 2 1. in- I louruehipe
22 and -'.i. iu"nr Thh tlait
w withdrawn (or the purpooa of
t.ikn; up an irrigOttOO pTOJOCt h
umeni and shows we are
not t-inn enthelv overlooked in
This tiact ik situated south and
i Droureof mi the Booth
Koik nf tin Malheur River. The
hrst three lOUOthJOl MO in this
county the latter two in Malheur
county, ROOI Riverside.
An examination of the phj
the l.ind utliic shown almost ttie
entire tract is still vacant and it is
leu mil from people acquainted
witn the section that it is an ideal
inigeUon project and can be i -claimed
at a vers moderate cost
l: was not eooerallj known thoi
the icclainatiun engineer! were at
work on this project and the)
were repeatedly mistaken for rail
road surveyors. Tnis accounts
for the 1 uniiirii that were circulat
ed a few weeks ago to the effect
t: the railroad would pa
that fork of the MuDieui and enter
this valley through a pass from
for tin afi. r noon
. Mvra Kiiik
i Mors lleautilul than An At
Urinative, Julia Hill, Merle I'ultnii
ami Ni-il Smith Negativi Isaac
lurdaii. Maliel Cross and I'ouglas
Hawley The )odm ib'tldi-d in
favor of ihr aftirmative
Ssjng by School Hweet
Heading ( artil tj
Ciiaraotar Hkelch Agues Qowlleld
Quartet! Henry Halton. CM
Krank ThoeMOOO Oud HuUM -iiin I
.,iun Mamia Wnitt-rs
Willie (iould. John v
lowoe ii- Hppniuti'il in
imojrom fr aajtt Kridav
- i .
adjourned at .'!."."i Vlaitora are
alwuys noieeou and m would he
glad lo see more praeanl
iliei-luiS UOieb are held i
CALL I'OU COLNTV WAWMNTS
The Titn.'s ll. tnl.l. tin' il
public and nu am of 1 li
li in paporo one yeat For
fjt.0011 paid thk month Tie
s-ini Weeklj rregfoti Journal
of Portland, the w.'ki
I'rani'isiii iSxnminer, Thrk e
I U I'i'k .w 'I nil, ni Id.
DO IT NOW.
-1i ill pill
11 . . m lla,
I 1 i..k.
Harrows of Every Description
In fact Farming Implements of all Kinds.
In various Patterns, Sizes and Prices.
Doors, Windows, disss. Paints, Oil, Varnish, Etc.
CEER & CUMMINS, Burns, Ore.
aBi&- .. .,!-
NOTICE FOR PUBUOATIOK
1 MTIPSi 1 III I
llama Orrtnii, lifrvmSSI I lfOf I
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..1 Ritrraiai 'ufhiu ( ..ui ' oraeun. hum. .I
nlliin i" tn.,k t ""I in li li
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II I hniiiU I
usre. Ilii In
hrt "t Jl'ii .
air wllni . In lilnw
III. . urn til.' Ir trrlMtl.itt ii. I r.-lmii.. 1..1 .. mi..
In.. I eluU It h'i .nl. Itiini'i Unti.-ii
. ... IIU) 1 11 v .1 ol llU. i.i.l. , on.
Wm Psss. Ri -
l'. .It iriiititiK si n
Burns Meat Market
S I. .MOWN
Nut ice is hereby given that there
are funds in the county treasury
roOUmntieO of all warrants
1 d prior lo Nov 20, 1M0.1
il mi the same will osase
tr.nii lull 'I. ile .lanuurv I'.KHi
.1 M DUMoU,
Treasurer Harm v Connly tlregou
BEST COUNTRV Oft EARTH
VS L. Mi IJinniss, an attache
ol the Asst i'ost Master General
I'rtlllon of Jasjier DUvia and
others for a county road granlnl
1'lalt Handull swarded eontruct
to eipert the county records for the
two years ending July 1. IS
li u Huuiiituii leoupetuted
Jury list for the year drawn.
IVtition of h tad Iluines and
others for s county road tiled ami
tin hoard of road viewers ordered
lo survey same and report at the
next regular term
Annual report of Hoad Muster
Varieu of Ihstrict No I, approved
3(J'J.":i appropriated frOOJ tin
general fund to cover the deficit ol
the Lewis aud Clark exhibition.
The petitiou of W I) Haker and
others to form a road district to he
composed of Dreweey unci l'iut
Creek precincts aud the appoint
ment of Felix Harkley as road
master wus denied The court look
office at Washington, spent yes- tue Krouud that it would cause
tcrday iu this city, leaving this
morning for Ontario. Mr. Mc
(iiuuiaa wus here foi the purpose
of looking tutu the various mail
OMftrOSta aud invesliguting the af re-HppoiulHl in Lhsl N
considerable expense and tt . r . i
iieceasilate a higher tax levy .
Jauios Gilbert sppouiiud road
master in Dist No 1, and Newi
Advertised letters for the 15
days ending Jan ist u,
llli.. I' K
kwol II '
Coo I' rod
Dickcnaon Mia L II (Curds 21
ll Mi j.nnes
1 i.m. O H Cord '
I lendi ui.- M 1 1
Lun Mi-. Rcd.i
M igle J It.
WUace M T.
1 Wi 1 moie,
I lulllll US Ull EXAMINATION
1 -lA IKS
I'hret 1 vaoiiuulious, annually,
111 llaruey e unit , us follows
Kebruury 1, -J, ltKJti.
Mav 1.1- ltHMJ.
Sepl.-mi,. .. M, IMt
Thursdays Am hint lie, writing,
iii.-tory uud civil goveruuinut.
i-fiduvd (iruinur. I'hysiology,
Uaograpb) aud spelling.
:; . sufitt t-;s Of yt'KsnuNK.
WuesliuiiK 111 liit lolloping oub-
jeetb will he lukeu from the lulluw
lioogruphy Slate Cnursu of
Study tin i-oiiree print in Krje's
11U of geography, map tjues-
iiiiiih in both course uud line print
nf Frye's Klein mis of Geography
Spelling Highly per ceut, from
miscellaneous test words iu Heed's
Word Lessons, aud twenty 001
ee.it from manuscripts.
YVrith.g Specimens uf peiimau
ship as indicated in copied matter
and from manuscripts.
H ' '1
m is ' j
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it ' 1 1 'I
'Clothes art- !('. women,"
said Bnithcr Uill the othvr
day "iiome fit while
others won't, sol want
the " maid "-to- measure
mid NOT tin RI-ADY-MAOl
". t NT."
Earnej County Bank.
' Authorized Capital. &MM
Burns, Harney County, Oregon.
LEON M IU. OWN OMkhS " )....
Tvvont v-oiii" N -I i- 11 1 ljinr Vuniy.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BU8INE88.
t 'orresponilmiti I 'iiiilon-l'arls A Ameri. un llsnk, Sun I rain'iscu, Cat..
first st,..ii;il II .10 . I'urllaad, rc, I irt Natiousl Hank, I'slitwell,
North uf I'ost Office oh Nam Si.
iicr Saiu agip
B4 f in mi
JOHNSON & l ELTON. P opt
. 0 .--cBBiti-
1 nut p.i l rotate
THE OVERLAND I10TEI
.;.:......; :...:.. :
Lunaburg I Data's
FALL AM) WIMLKfiOODSARE NOW IN.
'e arc now able to how you a larj:- ; tit nore
complete stock than ever before. )ur pHcee are
as low as they can bt sold. Our lines in
DRES5 OOODS and TRIMMINGS
comprises the newest and most Lantlful
thinyjs out. Wet! have also a Mtt !ine of
jf "i 1 JfeaauiA
FRANK . B, Piejpt
Final does, Weil
Apt nted Houao
CeulialH I i i.l..-,
ftATtS: ltal IS uitt; Kooms SP uuin,
Siufle led) 25 ceaH.
Stoo ut the Overlnnd
Bufni, 0 -
ihe Largest and Host Complete Stod t
RAiM C0A1S, CLOAKS. JACKETS, ft
for ropy of their booklet
"Brother ItiU. iiu-tt.oo-
i ,' or call on u.
V. bat kmim "inakV hbI
nun n" rulaiiit id ill
CAki. lusi.l'll oc 00 oauut
Ui .iil. si, hIiilIi v
I I lln- lll.ill ttlio
lifcaa t.. Ik; v. lII il, cd.
HimdrcOi uf il.c Very Utet
SlylCi Of Uilki Iu CttlMMC fluUl
We are Carl Joseph 4
Co. 'i exclusive agents
Hagey, Feowick & Jackson.
ui luu uf
liaVBBBBBBBfJ gBMBUp k .V 3 ir M 0. W-
mbJfcb' TNM TN BUSTCR NMWN STOCKINC
I 't drugs, madidiMt, druggists
ftttntt, stationery, books, icho
plan itc, ever brouRht to Burns ,
tsl u inca and Uqnon foi m
put poses always on hand.
Agents for Any Periodical Publish j.
wiiii iHiiiors.rmiiiPTitifi WVB m i mws
H. M. HORTO, ;
SwBSBV Sk BV Bk .A. . ,. . . .
- - - ' -o -o -V'U'0 oa.o.
I BURNS LIVERY AND FfcfcD STABLE
Mt MBfaatiullyiluvlU tin ituUlii to call on as unit Mr our r
uiul K.ti in I- Kuaranls salislaottiai t ' urr bum t.
Inili.l ii. iiarlmslnssi and aiopaaa tn di. it ni.
LOW PRICES -SQUARE DEALING.
uooaaaeaaoaioaBuiaaeuuoeaioaii niuwoir mi::.;,:
G. W..Clevenger & Co.
FtRNITlIRE, PIANOS, UNDERTAKING.
CaIIPETS. MAHINQSoALL PAPER, (iOCARTS. MATfKiiSSiiS,
KEHUGEKAIORS, KlILDINU and CARPET PaPLK, ROOHNG.
Our Stock is complete in Every Particular
Boa in- lirst Riid pat prices. Main Si , BufUtj Oregon
ucwia a g Altai n i
Sirciil ui ,
lo transi i'
freight U unit.
foixt.s k, ,
Ol Iff II Ih.
urs i cla '.i.ki hkmjk
liny 'i ,
OU h Uld
us. J'ssaUl I
RAW. HIPln7T9ffKrW.l 1 i
- j "liaua"wJaiMiuHtd
General Merchandise! I Fit: flUltl BURlNb BHR. I
was never more complete, j
lust rtc ivuo Irfali luu ui
II. uiiiiurmrs fur
Christmas Ms. !
5AM BAIUY. proprietor.
Fine Wines, Liquors apd Cigars
flints for Maryland Club Wbiskij.
CLUB ROOMS IN CONHfcCTION EVERYTHING flSSl
Courtsuus and ubhgiog Mixolojt';
Special :!e?.ion Given
to Conducting Fnnerals
NHH AND ACOHiTE U SCaLLS
IN UINNLCIION Willi
BURNS MILLING CO.
HORTON d. 8AYER, Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Cood Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.