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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1907)
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to entry under the pn '
2 tha fnltiit Mat-a. I
res of fa:-
I'l Bmi Uailnc Hire
ItittrMtlTU Reading of
IT VIOLATES THE POSTAI I IWI IN
PRESS BUREAU WORk
CLIMATE way to lose tin- money they paid FOREST SERVICE TOOT HORN
to the company.
Thai these suits will be brought
innounced today by (.
imberlaJn and United
District Attorney W. C.
Rt M ting of settlers
i his pin. I .nvernor
i lain will have a suit
brought for th purpose of ean-
cellirR the eotttrad under which
the Columhin Sunt hern Cnmnanv
'..-August Sun et ,()nihl(,i atj()n pnter.
V prehistoric prise. Attorney Bristol will
pal Oregon of bring a suit to cancel the patent
L is an excerpt : already issued so far as it con-
Bof the interior veys land lot the reclamation of
jBce the bed of which no water has been suppli-
18 been proven be- ed. These two suits will accom-
U NHN Bl I ll MH
Faraatry DtfarKatat Stadf Oat Prtfrti
Katt.rlal. Baeiitlai ItMlt -Par
Rtatat Raa"v ae 0ala.
ites a faecin
The following appears as a
special from Washington under
date of August lti to th
city tii , week looking
King is looking
len store during
ajjjj ;i of John (iomh.-rling.
1 I. Hi' ii- nimI Rnlidl
tension of B. M against
Um immediate building of the
v VNY CRI v S Or SVRVrVORS 0 THI ft, for it unul.l Ih
Gtftl Al.LIS A EASTFKY easier to trvl men to deliver ma-
tiTials and RUppliea for thu work
that- I'm- sun other one of the
1 the i.ok.itaa. mt narriaiaa CMm tkii central OreeXMl routes tinder con -
Baalc l Wkkh ta Brat Cratral
r-ntaai al tar Stale
l by tin investign
'. Thomas Condon,
d other noted geo
Mr. II ell. That
been equally as well
bones of these ani
msIch c .lining the
nt at the plants of
belonging to the
been made and it is
matter of surprise
B or excavators
foaadl remains of a
oad faced ox
plish two ends, first get rid of
the insolvent Columbia Southern
Irrigating Company and its bond
holders; and. second reduce the
area of patented lands to the
quantity that the water will cov
in its efforts to boom its own
activities the forest Barrios of
the United States has been led.
according to some of the Ii
officers of the government
violate the postal laws, anil hi
been the cause of other- violat
ing them. The head of the
est service. Forester Gilford Pin
chot, is alive to the importance
of having the favorable MMoJ
.1. W Bref ,, Son and
tie now at
! ;,: residence
buildii i i
for (he Hq
I MtddOR and II I
chef accompanied by their
tie iH'inn adill 80 the
Cenl rel I '" wren, and
. rowing that the i
to that region by Julius
. it. head of the main-
Mid o-nttion depart
J P O'Brien, general
manager, and W. W. Cotlon.
I nttorncy of the Harriman
will result in the beginning
of construction work within the
i) days, says the Journal
trews of surveyors have been
sent into the field from several
e,. nus assurmguie remaining the foreatry service called to the ,V( er ' Irom their rai , PCtions. A . r.w equipped for
seiners a regular supply, rail- 'attention of thp public and it ..., ' ". were u,- two monthv fu.ld work wa
ureof the company to provide '.... tl,of f,, ., . ,. to mak. an Droofa on then - J ,,., th.. hiiu fr.,m n.
the (uantity necessary is the l
8is for the two suits.
The company had
for the reclamation
country affords the best medium Qeesn. tr,,j( t,,WHrd Hogg Peas
for this publicity. Ever since Mr. and Mrs. Grant Thomp-! Keeks aim. Another
the forest and i Flov. were a direction southeast
lion Construction camps
eonld 1. nupplied from theShani
k" terminue of Ihe t'olumbia
Southern Mid the Inanah end of
tin i latere
ilem il tral Oregon
say the) must hae a railroad by
the tune the cropping season ar
rives for grain net year, in or
dor to determ ,iestirn of
o lie "Ml t" The C. E.
mute would v'ie t i U coiint a
railroad quicker than any other
sin '. I til
In the tc.eantime. many inter-!
persons are watching the
sjvjgNMOJ HM Nelson syndicate
that is promoting a railroad up
the Deschutes river, admitted to
le the In -t nmie for a railroad
several KTatl'' '"," c'",rBl 'rgon. It is1
i-n'w. tix.W !a,u ",,nerg i nam man pro-,
from that J,(',,'(' tension fntm the Wil-
i n'Nimri,. nwn.nn nf
of 27.000! : "w n:u. w- ...i ...;n i.l . , lamctte valles into central Ore-
acres and some time ago report-L j v j:... . ', ' - - a .i.:i gon will al. 1h governed bv the
laineo as one oi ine aiijuinui in a sum i i ii i ne were iwm H' urmurmvvwt uu- nuiiiiiiii n inun . -
ed 12.000 acres reclaimed. The
state certified this as reclaimed
nt years many Ids-iand the government issued a
autiful palm leave
with a lux-
ts ami flow-
patent to the state. The compa
ny has already made contracts
with settlers for the sale of most
of the 87,000 acres at an average
of $10 an acre. At the time this
was done the gate had no regu
lar engineer, no wrater measure-
nowlton tell menl had la-en made and the
in einimmiti actual quantity of water availa-
wa h mt a
nt T. Wliist-
i i. of the Reclamation Service,
. Mow of Tu-
re l.xikinn gradesover the summit
U. . tiaa LtK.mil II . .. I .., i.u until 1 lit CttnlllL.i itil..
duties of which has been to keei. . inter while th. the IVineville country and today l,"M "n:",l!,i that vta th!
the newspapers of the countn chil I bool started from that point toward
well supplied with literature fa . , Sisters, in the foothills of the
east slopes oi me caacaae. n
poor pnect of compe-
Big Reductions in Prices
to reduce otir stock of
Summer Dress Goods
New Line of Soros is Skirts just in
We have secured the sole agency for the tale (
If you want
We can Supply JM
N. BROWN & SONS
here and bt
and w I
n a rim.
ne turn tin
u that gncii n
of heaut:''n! l
orable to the sen'ice. At first
the literature consisted mainly of
news matter, pure and simple.
and it formed a iortion of the
JII.. l4 .. -- ...,. I... ,1...
"""V. fr'nl ' "C
WMningtoncorresix.n.ie,,' to n lf next ,,,
mKr connections, and Mr,
Pinche iprise in fm
ing it was appi't iated.
gross it will in remembered there
eras an att; ! on th
UiiH-h .i uinio.
minent western senators and n -
presentatives joined. The at-
n that he will U
1 staff left here
. bj i av of Can-
is now apparent that a thorough
reconaissance is to be made .1
the country from Detroit to
Prineville and probably further
When the high officials of the
system returned from the Mad
ras trip it was rcNirted from an
undeniably good authority that
r 1 1
If yen plant aei sea fruit in
have 11 IBM I--' th lal la non
I i.u 1 an Bteawethi aaajl
(r tin- alntii.li from Ailain ( Jtmrga
Hi- . Dtiipant 'tkn all rraHiniiliili
tv ami will r-iUir. All trM war-
raatad trti la aataae.
j. w. noi
fiL- tiaa eye
mah .r the nntnt at which .- .
... self, hut man
ohanbla Southern d
la but 70 cubic feet per
In . i-.iii
M is irri-
- a !
ants W mi.-. is t, ore nmmrent
basalt at i" "iiii(l uae of
la soils, and the water, the ..ui.nlv will fall
red produce Bhorl of beinir suflcisnt for the
vegetables, irrigiuile patented land.
mon to lom- 'It. nave gone
climate bgg upon the land and have actually
of. Condon, n. here, uuinbfr
he Coaciiii 15 and placed
from the in-l water uiHin about 1500 acres of
land. Then farms are hut part-ib
1 iL in lomiin 10
mil ii. !
nt and tue
1 one scene
id gives off
bowiii" to the
mile strip of
this range at
id fold and
ids of acres
ly uiin nun and they will
each year increase their cultivat-
.ll HUM 'I' li. i . ,il II. il .in Wi.llt l.tt
. ... .11. . '' ' 1 1 1 . .... . FlfV. iiici 1
irrigating Company and its pre
decessors have collected from
purchasers ubout $115,000 and
hold notes for some $80,000
THERI WIKI (IIMI.Kn
Some peiipji- .'saying "1 told
you so" regurdinj tlie frost that
I In -ectioii the other
night and del B08M damage to
imtatoes, corn, and other garden
truck. From ii-poii received at
lice the frost was only in
spots and then it was not severe
in many instances and the dam
age is slight.
This cold wave wa.s not tonfin-
was termed I
as adn. 1
M. . I'm., bwu .1 in.
aeasion the matter was hit n
shape of a tlrawn battle with In
dications that it would be Mate
ed at the next session of 1
Anticipating the coming
diet the press bureau of the
est service has been handing aiL
torsalaaa well aa news t in.
newspaper correspondents sine
the close of the last aeasion of
An item announcing
lermii has been granted J
paaeure nis cow m a
1 itaric ahouM the
i conditions and
ie be somewhat
the belli I tllii fall.
I present time, if is said.
is so great a scan it of
and the difficulties and de-
iga- layi in const ruction ma-
hvered are so discoiirag-
tha railroad builders
1 who are going slow in the inaugura-
I oi an., DOW construction pro-
K unalili' to kivi- niir (Mirsoiisl
UltMill "li til the Colli ill ( ill" 0-
i. and oounta ilus u ha
en no ,, .. ,,i, , 1
.ing laaesd ataea ike ii-
1 1 -lip a if..inpl
. , W'n I aaltn 1111 lit 1 I th nmin ia ripii'trt.
M SA '"4,M
J.W.BROWN & SON
Contractors and Builders
Call and get fiatlmatca, PI
you have work In on
MMfOM flOTMr anutli al liia ll a
THE BREWERY oalOON
I aala'utwa to B8S BahM al ilia
fkc Use Slar
0 Main an-l It MrooU.
Menus at rtuii HOURS
Bakery in eonneetion.
Ta d with everything
tho insrki t all BJ patron-
gi to 11 lit I
aii-l an Invltalii n la ailamla.1 to all ull lima iialoiuani an I th
gaurral u. Mir In itrop In tnaWa lliainaaltaa at Imaa
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
WINEO, LIQUORS, CICAR8
Tha Mrawary ainl Hiala wuraa ara nmlfr ih uiauaauiiit t aaa aad
aiiarlanca I nirn ami la lurnlag out a flrl i la i 'In. i
Your Patronage So'icited.
HARNEY VALLEY BREWING COMPAJT.
James Hicks, Manager
an editorial to this effect luu
been attached to each news item
given to the newHpaH-r corn -pondenu.
Not relishing having ready
made opinions dished out to them
the editorial paftkai oi
items have been blue-pc-m hid.
or, more frequently, the entire
otltnng has been consigned to
the waste basket by nun
respondents, and the f ...
edtoHamev valley alone, how- , Jir, T 7 r
.... , overtime to get up literature
ever, as Monday 1 papers from uaan kl, UtlT. .. K
forest reserve has bee accomnam- N
ed by a long disquisition apoi "
tne benencieiii oi the tmr ... i.ai.-i ..
granting such privilege. A- r lUieilj fnrl.idd.1,
ing to the press bureau, the tor- Ao7 P" ' "" "' """'
est service, in every act it H-r- "''''" will i.rnroaeouud
forms, ia adding comfort and ' flee lee
money to the lives and p ' ' .""
of the UmighUnl wesu-mers and Ktt"' n .
IN TKUllll 1
t Will '
the outside give accounts of dam
age by frost throughout the
noithwefl even in much lower'
seen but little of it in prim
In order that the press bureau
might collect all ot the items
I'tinted without subscribing to
m Baaeanoaai er a clipping bu
reau, it ha ly alUci
the itums t'lirniahrl iku m.m
but it I.S.I.; lie unusual ;!.. .,. .....
nt 01 , 'I '"" might be readily detached, with
puiuei, iicin.u ..ccuuii o. .iiij iniuns. tnj ,.
purchased from K. H DeArmond
erect a ho
, on the
ki The buildinga
ungs will be
. 1 they will
improve and beau
It is stated
that o. led in
I . stone tor
the bu ' tab l
You may keep an Account with ua in
And your Neighbor Known Nothing of it.
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TRIHCII A liUNKOAN, Proprietors.
Burns, - - Oregon.
WrIU fur our booklet on
Wine5 Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooms In Connection.
I acla Mau'a foal tHTkc itiakaa mil
tUiikin by mail ltm a 8888881
JIT W ICTTEIAII
kiommii jt chuflm Tim
ikiCTiciiiTH B UY
MaMiii Par 1T8IE
Attorney. l);titon Higgs is home
from Austin, Ore, where he ac
ootnpanied his wife and two sons.
"The foreat service will b
to see a marked cop.v al I
per in which t!.
al auuears. if vou mm it Bv
the mountai purJng the at
brought ing made foi th ittla 011 the wrapier lht. u.
C? j .1 a- I, I'. 11-'. nA1l -.lit . ..
- an iiuhc mat ed without a tmn "
ii irou to
r . t
'iiiK in I'uriiidiieri upon my
tdjoiuiag Uurtig. Trpaan-
f Will lv plurtl lih ll
C. li VOUOTLY.
Law officers of the government
to whoae attention this natter
has been called, say there is no
thing in the law to authoriia tha
transmission of newapapera be
cause they conuin a notice of
some matter which has its source
in that office. It is the oi
of the law officers also that the
to huild te Adam newspaper which may comply
lienim IK-will furnish you plaits, with the requests of the foreet
SAVINGS BANK OI INK
Title Guarantee & Trust Company
ACIIM DbKiSllOUV OI Mil slAll OI DPI HON
Fays 4 per cent on S
1 I lejOit
" :i Accounts I heck
1 1 Kill, Vice I'rwaideat
turk) John I. A ti in. on, Secretary
1 I A -1 I i a -
241' -244 Washington St., Cor. Second
lava. Liat a
I. L LtWIS
iU la glai la fareial
Ta a v
ilii'llii:iitlliiiri iln.ilH. wiliihiMlit unrl SerVh',' IllJiv onu.ilti',i.rl i I,., ,.nl,..,l
lived up-, tnurtull. tor ,,iu)Ul imlf what win- upon to Day the 2300 uenali
ve made !dow formerly coal. Addreaa hi in I scribed for tha ihWsd h 'f the
1 franking privilege.
a fair 11 l.uwun
k-px M : I I ' '4P
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i 35rBaCl JaasEdaeiHr iaeaer)
The Burns Flouring Mill
ST. FitANCIS ACADKMY
Boarding and Day School
conducted b the Staler ol St I rdin.i
BAKU en Y, omeoon
Institution ott'ura Mtculinr advai.Ug. ,. to jrouog UUiaa aTho with to
' auliJ, uaaiul, aii'l retluad eduiaiii.ii lu.lni.tiou ia given ia
all bruufhea baliU(iug to a tboruiinb h.ugli.1. c.luiitli .n, beaiili a lesaoua
uohu, guitar, baujo, autl uiau.b.lii , Ibu Uugungua , uniting
I, (aaiel, water uolura, au4 crayon all ainla ol uljm ami orua
. uvudiework; tbi.i tbauil, typewi uiug autl bookkaaaiag.
I uuder twelve yaara of age are admitted
studiaa will b raeumed Tuaaday, Sa t. . 1U07.
or parttkulara aeitd tor proapcttu or apply at itie Acattamy
JOB STURTBVHNT, Propt.
! MODERN K0I.LEII MILL PROCESS IS I SED
fully mjuttttU in every tartn-ului- unit a
uufflcient capacity tu supply the country
for a ran i us of ivu miles in bread ttnm
FLOUR, ROLLED BARLEY, CHOP, AND
All kiifc of Mill Feed always oo Hind j
TU VEIT HHBT liaaET PUCE PAH Ful kvell MlUUe 1IUT
CUSTOM WORK DONE
Good Seed Wheat for Sale I