The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, August 03, 1907, Image 1

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The Offlrl.l Pappr of Harney Onnty,
Hie Urtfi-iM oirrulatinii anil ii one of
beM ftlvorl1ftin.fr mpillnmftin Kaatorn '
fnn.
gflje fpme
mefwia
I Yfu . Mernttj tfoanfrg
( Mvort in araa r.f o,4M.H0O nctm of
land, 4,7M3W armi yrt vm-nnl ftiilj..t
to entry und-r tli piMIr land lew! of
the foil-. I Ptatra
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY. OKKUON. AIV.UST S. 1W7
NO. 37
HT FOR OR ADR wide plains of Central Oregon.
Mtmctkffl ill. mo the river will
be easy, it is said, far easier than
is the work along the Columbia ac-
compUehed bj either the 0. R.
;l" P TtlaiHl & Seattle.
Water grades, admitting of
Bet-in. work up The Inng trains of freight, are vers
ONLY TWO CASES OF SCAB
WAI. ORHflON
II CI ASM
ALMOST CLEAN Bill OF
HARNE COUNTY.
de. f r
H
Vt bt Aacaa
lata Svim
' Ionian says:
k railroad war in
fte a contest be
fcg Interesti for
the I nlililcs
om the junction
ith the Colum-
rtor of Oregon.
UjB, say the engin-
flH key to the
OresjOft country, where
itNW mr mtv great in
man already has a survey
up the Deschutes,
on begun
ways wi' Harriman pro
( 'rogflSJL !l bard matter to
ThejH Orepon Trunk
Hd road
attle AiitalistH. has pro
Hthe papr stage
utructioi materials are
Membkttl to commence
WQffm lying well in the
of tfl state is being
Hinc pro-
he the 1' -t to lay track
ihertjaflng water of the
es.
regoniink is popularly
IB Hill hut
jrHta ohtainahle
cd to bi entirely inde
H the Hill orHar
syetsaa There is no
at Mb ' '
, fcft Ill!'-feil Mil). IUIi
H rights already
iregon Trunk.
rent hv i so fat P4
m behind the
iutve fti ambition to
Kil"ail magtia!
i lA now as if tht.v
BP precint
ved fce sacred to Hill,
I
la
'omw a
3eSSJMK III!"
lOT of til'
ltry (nitary to that
This let Mount
itailwa i omimny. J.
HT engineer ll1
tAt-ral WW kh into
vhii'ii made
4UIM Ob ward I'
well Into Cen
wa acL'otupan-
ing gang aim
HB present
of the Mount Hood sur-
fBf the
Bunuon..
ed at Any grades, can
Hsaaily by a track
I into ' Ik-M-hutes
id on pto Eastern Ore
tojth state hound-
oast.
uuiii-Hood road
It kj beh.
ultimate des-
B pleasure
Hr Mount Hood.
OB An iii tinding
Hftreat of the Cas-
mHtrLHiion on the
fVjMJS i commenced,
i arts .hing further
id that i schemes
plying Km interior
stafl ure being so
it that v cuinot travel
ctiou wi nout stumbling
ii. TJB numerous pro
udy S on foot would
i An help the cuii
of a ad to the long
SBB now
re ii not for the
jHp-riinan projects
eed nai'ialil tin gpttl
HiukjW to matei ialize.
Htu tii.
ii help ii
I
tirade is doul
railroads and
ii i' Ue ex
will be fortu-
desirahle to all railroads and such
an entrance into 'entral Oregon
is worth fighting for. The con
test between the three nroieets
alrenrlv in (ho fiolH f,- tha Hou- numbers
chutes grades promises to grow
highly interesting as time passes
llo.knm.irr. Mail Ktcp Off Oaartatlard
ftaafe or (lrt late Treaak--Wc
Have Mt).Mt Shttp
NWI IMCWNH
salai of the e.nmty stock
inspector. The new law int reat
PARl IN PS the dllfie- '. that otlicer very
materinlh and his snlarv is not
sufficient to mstity the time it
reqoirea to do the work propHftr.
Mr. .Shrail)erg will likely go be
fore the commissiiners the next
court with this sujrgestion.
raising the TO i! I MORF. HOMF-MAKFRS difTerrnl theStati
Harney county has in round
300.000 sheep on her
ranges according to the figures
of the state and federal inspect
There is an easv crotwintr of thp ors who have been at work carry-
( olumbia River available at the ' in m,t the Prnv,"on!, of ,hr n,w
mouth of the Deschutes where , diPP'nsr law HunnR th r'as'
abridge can be thrown across I thm" months. All of these have
the forme, stream if desirable to ben (1PPert wltn ,no "WJ"
connect the Oregon Trunk with ,of about 10 hcA(1 and ,n a11 th"'
the Hill lines if the project j8l vast number but two flocks we. ,
taken over bv the Hill interests. I found actually infected with scab.
Rustem Oremm tnu,n in th ' Both these flocks are quaran-
Iath of the proposed promise to
take on considerable imporeance
by reason of the projected con
struction. Settlers are nourintr
NOTII i rOR PUBUOATIOM
1 m -i. i .rim i .
taraa, Oiania, faja ?t, ir
1(1,1 nl I rna hu rtlri nc
liilrniii i
iipp,., r
TOM RlilURpsov llll ORIOINAI
ROOMPR SPOOFSTS.
U It ap fa linal Peealt fa Aaa ta Oar
lOfulillaa--l Celaeltt Ratri
Saeeltl iM tnl.
II' aami :hr i,.iioinr
Orrami
t H'irn- 'rcf"!i
rl.M r
a aad i mho nitnn
i " fi'ti
nwrn
w I mmi. Raalltrr
tined and restricted to certain
range, while clean flocks are kept
off such range.
S. G. Shraiberg, one of the
into the interior and the reproach federal in8PctrB no has "
that Oregon has the greatest re,n ine nipping operout.n
IkkU- of Innrl iaolfttnrf fmm mil. " this county, was in this city
road facilities in the United , for a few da'8 during ,hp week
States promises to be lifted with-
NOTICK FOR IM I1I.1CAI I0K
1 Mil 1' M V If- 1 tMM.ffl, 1
Kiiraa, or.. Jul. . I " i
Nolle.' Ii hm In iui, thm li.iln A Kink
fit Snrnii urea-M,. h ni."' l.oOri "f hi.tntett
tlofl In tnnk. 111 i i.r.M.f In ill.f.Tt nf
.iiiii, ii. ii, 'mi !,', i riiii in i.
Ill
IIIM'I,'
x
in the next two yean.
Tick. Worae Than Sthl.
Western sheep men, and sheep
raisers of the entire country for
that matter, are now confronted '
by a new enemy, or rather an old ,
enemy who has grown in strength I
in recent yean. We refer to the !
tick, which has come to be re
garded as a more serious menace
to the welfare of the industry
than scabies. Sheepmen every
where relMirt tlmt tieltu nr. ran. I
idly increasing in spite of effort a '
to eradicate the post, and that
unless there is a general move-
iii, lil uirtimcf tii.i . ,ti.. ..it t Iiiini
will be serious losses. ' Indeed ! plai"' limit8 H,,d lH,un,lil
and called at this oftice. He
states that the article in The
Times-Herald of July 6 regard
ing the quarantining of range
was misleading in that it said
the state had been asked for
a ruling on the proposition, when
in fact the local inspectors had
absolute authority to quarantine
range and to enforce it. Section
19 of the Sheep Inspection law
reads
"In all cases where quarantine
of sheep is authorized by pro
visions of this act. the State
Sheep Inspector and his deputies
officials of the United
States Bureau of Animal Indus
try are each and all empowv
to designate and specif; the
of
I'.-rrle
I'm nl Hi.
Ill i, it N ', O.I
ll"li
Rami
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Sura i"
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kill. I.
M ar. already consider
ir it is well known that
ep do imt do as well or
,r much wool as animals
ran the pest
i'lili"' ill R iew.
s U Miii.r, the postmaster at
Paulinai i' i" ttM dt arranging
for the ksjsjance of bond; by
school district Nu. LT to put up
a new school house. Some $1250
i. wanted lor the purpose. Mr.
Miller informs us that the people
of Paulina and vicimn tire making
an etlor! to net a six day mail
-.ervice instead of three days
a week as at present. - Prine
v.llc Journal'
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"it
If you plant but one fruit Irtir
have it tin- beat the boat ia nuar
tun (SSti, 'oti can procure tbe best
l'ir t It it- uluuiili friuii AUain (ieurge
1 1 if cniiipiiiv ii.ki-i- iill rriapoiiaibili
i.v and will rapUoe. All tree war
ranied true to nan
NO I
Btjinj. unablt) to kiv. uur poraunal
nileiiti'ii tu the toll, clion ul tbe au
ouuiiIh tint; iih, tli- Huuit) havt) Imttn
j.l.ic. d will. Mr. ( II l.i wnurd A
ar having flapord siaes Iks dia--iilulinii
ul ciiiiartiitiraliip a prmnpt
iKllli lie Ill of III.- aalni- In rriU. nlfd.
HaasDi h Oi amy.
NO TBI8PAMIMG
tluntiliK IK inrliiddtiii iip.ui my
plaett aiij lining Kurua. TrtMipaaa
ir Mill ti . run ilited
i II VOKOTI.I
NO IRKHI AS-8ING
Noun- ir bcfeliy given that hunt
ing and rlnHiliiig iipi.ii tbe eiiuloaad
luiidauf tin- Aiiiiiicun Laud & Liv?
Stock Co. ih cinotly forbiddeu
Any peroon or peraon- found bunt
ing or tioapaaaii t ill ot) proatcuted any
any quarantine area or tarritorj .
and they are hereby given auth
ority over the same until the pur
pose of such iUarantiii. -dial!
have been effected, and any per
son, penons, Arm or corporation
owning or having in bis or tin A
possession sheep within such
quarantine area, who shall
nut or allow any of such sheep
to go beyond the limits of the
same, without permit from the
official in charge, shall be deem
ed guilty of a misdemeanor and
upon conviction shall be punish
ed by a fine of not less than
$100.00 nor more than $500.00.
and all the officials above named
are hereby clothed with author
ity to control sheep and territory
in quarantine, and to take and
hold possession thereof as pro
vided by the terms of this act.
and for all the purposes thereof."
Mr. Shraiberg also wishes to
impress upon sheepmen the im
portance of their notifying the
proper authorities of any infect
ious disease making its appear
ance in their flocks. If scab is to
be successfully stamped out it
must be handled right and the
co-operation of sheepmen will
hasten this desired end. The
utteiiiion of sheepmen is called
to section 20 of the law :
"It shall be the buty of any
peraon, persons, firm or corpora
tion owning or having in his or
their control any sheep which
have become infected with scab
or any other infectious or con
tagious disease, or which have
been exposed in any manner to
such disease, to immediately re
port the same to the State Sheep -'
Inspector by registered letter,
telegraph, telephone or in person,
within fifteen days after the
said condition has come to his or
her knowledge, and failure to do
so, or any attempt on the part of
person, persons, firm or
, . , .
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IMllUmtTU i iea I
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aaiii "i Man.- - hi. nu i ul SMSSk
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MM fAkaUC KagUlx
MUM I H.I. 't 111 It'ATKlN.
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Secretary Tom Richardson oi
the Stjite iVvelopment 1-oan'U'.
sends us the following sugges
tions that should be acted upon
h ever looster in Harney
ty:
I'he iipreme need of all Ore
gon and particularly your com
munit is more home-makers.
Ilkt Opportunity to secure them
under the most advantageous
conditions is now at band
Several cities, towns and .-ill-ages
in this State will make
a material addition to their pop
ulation as a result of energetic
work done collectively through
mnerciul li.xhes and indi-
viduslly by the citizens in ad-
thousanda of people
back Kast of the low priced 0M
lotiist rates w Inch will ho
i ,t on sale Septemlier 1st and
eo'iliniie until October 31st, to
i 'i-etron, from all innnts in the
United States.
lb. we rates are agreed upon by
all the railroads in the United
States and Canada and are con
trolled by the Trans-Continental
Passenger Association, and Ore
gonians must bear in mind that
the home-maker is being invited
imilar rates to Canada. Cal
ifornia, Washington. ! i
Georgia. Oklahoma and other
States, and the state communit)
to which I e will buy his ticket
is tin .nr that eon.vnce.s him in
advance that their imrticular
' n this great earth i' the .me
in which he should live. We
have on l niie month left bclm.
-tale begins.
Rales to Oregon from Kansas
imalia. St. Paul. Minnea
polis, and all the great Missouri
Valle.s and west of there, is
$25.00. with a reduction of $2.50
on each ticket east of Umatilla:
I. b.uis, $30.00; New York
"SUNi, and a pnHirtionate rate
from any other point, large or
small, but this ticket must be
bought to your station, and not
to 1'iiitland or some other city.
a iioukiat, jf yoU 4.x,K.,t thein t come to
you. and it devolves upon the
readers of this paper to see that
every letter that goes out of the
post office carries with it correct
iiifoniiutiuii relative to these
rates. Qat all the facts from
your local ate
Oct together from 10 U 50 ait
ie citieiir. raie a little fund
for the publication of small leaf
let giving the importance facts
relative to your community, along
with these rates, and have the
1. .,!;. i ., !,k'ht tb:,! it BJSJBjU not
add to the cost age of
a letti i and have a copy of it
put in .ii . letter written by
H .in . - - man Sjf ( MaM
Several inn
.11 Oil
Jan. a. II
ITHI.Ii l ON
A'la
Ii
real
tin ..
innouncing the di tails
about ih in ii' Rations and
are asking that tin. write to
their lei.itivcs and friends at
a distance ami tell them how
cheap!) the) can come to Oregon.
Oct jrour commercial h.
of oiii business men
to offer a prize to the Uvs and
girls whn will write the greatest
numlier .t ! r who will
get actual results In bringing an
other fen ,i- into the community.
The work of advertising these,
cnlonist rates is up to each com
munitx and each individual. If
we could .nl, I a hundred thousand
to the population of Oregon in
me next year it would mean
many millions Of dollars of addi
tional wealth to the State.
The school population of one
district in Tillamook county was
doubled in six months through
the correspondence ot the pupils.
('o.vallis caused the sale of
Won.oon worth of land through
advertising in well-known agri
cultural axrs in the oliler states.
I'he Oregon Development league
1 1 ov.r lrt, 000 inquiries
tiom people wantina to know
about Oregon i nming lands.
Then ll m intense desire U!
come to -.be Pacific Northwest on
the mrt of the people of the
United States and this is par
ticularly true of Oregon. Make'
it intensly true of your commun-j
ity. See your local agent and
find out the exact rate. Get
more particulars -post others
put up attractive notices in the I
ist olliiec and into other public
places yet the new-comers to I
write to their old papers, and
as an inducement to do this, let1
them understand that they can
compete f.u the eighty przies, or
a i..t .1 oi :snni. osfarad bg Hm
Portland Commercial Club.
Nothing means so much to
Oregon as the colonist rates,
and when nu r end this remem
ber that there is only one month
in which to get in advance work.
. v. , mind the beat. Don't
allow that ti lino to keep you
from dome vour duty
n w home makei ma) bVf MM
thing ou want to
1'iVI KM IIAKDSON,
Secretary, Oregon
Develnpiiienf league
t ttu: pmimi
k
Big Reductions in Prices
to reduce our stink sj
Muslin Underwear
Shirt Waistes
Kimonas and
Summer Dress Goods
New Line ofSorosin Skirts just in
We have secured tbe sole agency for the Hale of
CARHARTTS CLOTHING
If you want
GOOD GOODS
Wc can Supply mmi
KROWN & SON!
I W I a
i i o Ha.iwa
J.W.BROWN & SON
Contractors and Builders
Call and sat Eatlmatea, Plans mid Price If
you hava work In our llm-
Mhop o. mrtiar aiitilli at tha lwla a llaifuli . .
:
I lie
THE BREWERY SALOON
I again upon lu ilia pul'lii al ilia
nil an llali n la ailantlaii In an
ajauafal i nlilli' tu drop In niaar lliai,
I ilia
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BEER ALWAY8 0N TAP
WINES, LIQUORS. CIOARS
Tlia llivwrry ami ' wutka ara un.l. . il. uianag.-iiMi.l l i ami
aiiarlanvai I wrn ami la liuiilug oul a Aral . U
Your Patronage So'icited.
HARNEY VAII.HY MEWING (llM.ANY.
James Hicks, Manager
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Seal lialf wlial win-
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RE8TAURANT
Clilua '.."in.-, rriijuirtor.
0 Mam ami H MSSSaV
MBAU8 AT AULt HOURS
Bakery in eonneetion
A Sfccislly if Satrl Oresrt.
'!'' I.- fiw Us i iiii svefytMaf
tli uiarkft sflbrds V ur i
tbroughuut ta mini'
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TR1HCII A IK) MM AN, 1'ioUtoc..
Bunii, - Oregon.
Jlatlco TtLlm ZsCamd.q.ijLa.rtexaL
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms In Connection.
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m.Ii. i FOB i L'BLK .TIOK
iNutlte is lirit
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BANKING
BY MAIL
You may keep an Account with ua in
PORTLAND, OREGON
And your Neighbor Knows Nothing of It.
CHA8. WILSON,
uuiimi NOMiaaaeaai -
Mill .. ink .
1. 1 III. t'llli .XL III lit' till
I K Hill,
li.iiieh Maiutgxr.
: 1. 1 I
t ,i 1 ' "url ul tin-
.iity.
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III lllilllM-
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N ,ii. Mi tlil Ilia Ad-
iiiiiiimii ii.u ... tin- hImi. i iiLiiIhlI aatata
i her linal afcoiiiit, ml tliat tiie sig'iwl thin territory for the tall
Htmorabl. J. P. iwiur, Judge of iu . inspection and expect to begin
.otters a water uov ""'i""1 (,,,l"t ll,4JH et "' 6ttl I tbia duty about Aiurust 15. lie
olumbia to the ,' of Au"""1' "W7, "1' T1." Go",,ty insisUs upon sheepmen observing
corporaium, to conceal tat- ex- ,
istentf of audi disease, or to will- J,'
fully or maliciously obstruct or .
hinder the inspector or his deput- '.'.'
ies in the discharge of his or S.
their duties shall be deemeil '.
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.. II..0UV1HLUIIU. Hliu .Hunt nui'jru
uiti'iider to n fine, upon convict
ion, of not le.ss titan lUO.OO nor
mote than $5O0.uu. "
Mr. SchraiberK has been as
4
Fer cent
nterest
W rile lor our booklet ou
fvaullful
0al.na.
Ua raaaa
HOTH I ' 0U PI BJ i ATIO
u ma ma l.AKK UMHR
July j Wl7
Ovajr
i U4.1C aiii a fual uiihi inaaca inir
Htuakiag by mall ayalctn a m.
SAVINUS BANK OPTHG
Title Guarantee & Trust Company I
I J ij Blaibniilriiuj and
(ijtK&j ALL WORK OUAR-
Main St., Bums, Oroajon
A I. L LEWIS
V ICTTtl isB
litcnuuiinp in pAR,a!UKS
Snij Htr
If M Lial M
Olrtiulauu.
and PRICES
! MJISM italf IS
INFUKMATION.
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H ii tu Ii
ioat impossible
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...... ..... v"'tir-.... .'a ti time .ud ' the lttw in V respt and will
Ion by any other (ur , burinj oi Hid aucuuui that is done so far as possible.
ot the t.olum- All ptKtuiia objatAias u ai.i account bhoulu any sheep, now conaider-
trom Shanikoi" b.reby uuiiticd tu aupeur at aaid ed clean, trespass upon this
t.u,e .ud place aud ni. '" " rantfe those responsible will get
AC 1 1 VI OhPOMIOMV Ot I Iii. St All OI OKI KN
Pays 4 per cent on Savings Accounts
" 4 CertirtcatesoilJeiJo.it
" 3
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Jav,Avn eai ay
"uwMKjwNTrroMPAay.
Sstiai luiisai
DESIGNS.
by reason of the
the country.
the Deschutes.
be found to thel
111 lulu
li.ilu.l at liuriia, Orutj.m Una atlal day
uf June, l'.J7.
Mam ha J. Hum-AMU,
Admix. Kat. Tbua. ttuward, Uac'd.
into trouble and be put to con
siderable expense to dip again.
Another matter that he con-
llu u.ii. u.r iui:oiiuj iiua.. u. i-ru. t ' J. Thorbum Ross, President
.lul.i'u .l.j.,1 Ml.. I i 11 I I I Va . II... I . .
lil.lHUIlllllUUK" '" ' .,... , v.. .. ......
laud. Ill Waller H i i. Mall'.-A-
Caapa. Jatuta f i.carbarl, Muaea trlua, ajl
ul Vau. Oraauu
.a. lam, KaUtr
See U. W.
of Imuleuiii
Clevouger'e fiue hue
Accounts Subject to t'heck
George H. Hill, Vice President
1 . T. Burkhart, Treasurer John K. Aitchison, Secretary
Chas. H. Kopf, Asst. Treasurer
240-244 Wabhhiylon St., Cor. Second
PORTLAND, ORFGON
r M1 ' Xa atataam4ttana- mfmmim ,
l Ol-xe Orearon Hotel 1
AH Kl'Nd, Manager
tit..laaa4ciiuiiicHtaUoua illi uaat, aleau Mad cuuifuiU
rooiu. lum mvitaa liu frtaiida to atop aiih tnuj wliau U.
ui-M. Tablaa.wall furuiabed Uaaia St ca.nl.
lWiaV, aa-w l.i aaJajXaaWWaawataajalaapSJjai