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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1907)
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loinl rnpor 01 nnrnoy iouihy,
irfii'fl cir.'.llntlnti n.l in Ml I
niiviTtiniB molitim in Bartara J
aha etrtnl Wrnu frnnttfrq i
in urea o( 6,4M,'"10 nrrc J
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Mil land Imrii 'I
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 7, 1907
THE HI 1 1 III l I'll )M If
BEEF TRUST ROBS THE WEST
For . years the hip: cuttle oim
TF DORS NOT P,ini,'s nf 'Mitral Bftd southeast- MISSISSIPPI VALLEY FaKMEKS OET
lp I'm wreon nave lersisienuv m rr.K ccm tnonr..
preached that those section of
tho staff' were not ailapte.l i.
(arming. They have bewailed UmhiMtiot Py Lwti Price no Etn
Eastern It the nearest to that
objective xint. yet Hill will not
boa until ho has put his road in-
tilM SATURDAY MATINEE I I H
Burn i '
up from Narro
kmmmV' l'..-cnli-i) The
r( MB Into Cntril
Tin Hl(hfl Tit Pram .
Cncr ( ltd.
The Ranch, the Seattle farm
trnim. r n
the coming of the settler ami the
narrowing "f the ranfro. This
fnl-ie lUVMclimo- nl' the enltle hnr.
and utiex- , .. ...... i,..,. linsts i. . f
man iler out of RftTMJ 'a',"r' '" :' ,v,,m ""'"' s:ns "'
ami Malheur county. It has hold Northwest beel prices paid In
hack the settlement of those the trust:
counties f"i ;t leaal years. jw farmers of Mm PaeaV
Miner Rohhins Imill n modern vi nni ,,!, ;,,,t,.,l
. . rail! near Burni about -,,,. but robbed. The eonsum-
o, upon th.' repreeenta- m of beef, oartaaa aad pork in
tion that wheat would Kf.'w there, the Pacific Northwest arc pa-
Ti.' cat I l.in.ti 1 .1 v. heat me; t he liirhe-t pnr lor thete
ring, t;ilked against it and meats that tltev ever paid in the
anted tests waarever the) bJataq ..i tii' country. The)
could, until a! last when the ;l,.,.)mv j,, considerable more than
Rohhins mill v. . ,). ,.jj,., ,,) ,.
really no wheat and so its ,ui(j MfcfJn ,.sl. The lagkal
wheels stood still f or a decad.'. (.l,I.llsi()I1 .i.-rive. from such
A few years aro it was brush- ,,), ti(ins wll!( )h. ti:it ,.
ed up and started and finally nn(.b(rs ,,f these meats are fore-
ML'RDFR WILL OUT
Some fish and hunting stories
k'o first rate after the return of
the aim rods provided one heart
only the one told by the parties
themselves. For instance, some
AT FAIR URlM Mis
to a territory that insures a pro- RKIM1 CARDS ND BAND CONCERT
ntahle investment. This may
bring it into the Harney country
as rapidly as he can bring it
i Tipton a ; i maki
on hi- homestead N
AaenMtfn i Scftlcatarr
Sfttrt urn) liond lie., I ,4r Sfrt ,1
Urdu lw I Mlrrnnmi
II. I in l I
, . v h islet nnd Imer nie
Mi and Ml R and
ttlvea deslrr to thank the
m.inv friends who w I nai
tomber 1 1. there will be a nice ,ini) iymthetic dui i
race program and band conert at ..,,,,, i. ,..,,.,,, ,
i i founds as a divi
anl in celebration of the opening
time ago Asaeaaor lggan re- f ,, , .)
turned from a trip to th.' Happ iir nojodtion has
iy. hawill return to
' w and De
e to rus'i .pfders re.
i lay from
ger Jjf. 'I'.rien at
I lined i.ide up a
and itjpas aboul to
i I Igpniko to re-
of thdprain wua de-
I elck yesieplay
on it w about to
lie ol the
! befog al-
It wa :
m car "Cas-
found plenty of Harney v heal ,.( ,,, rharg.' such prices U'cause
tO grfod. Tie deluded pioneers ( (f , ,, in,.,.,,.ls, r.lW n,;,
round that the cattlemen had ,(.n;l. l(l;;, , . M.,.,,, ,,,
piva.ii- .1 agaJnal rheatgrowing gvi higher price i.;eise the
for i purpoM they did not want fani.,. of the I'a.itic Korthwaal
to see the mairniticent nuu . .,... a, r..,. ---
l,,u',,nc"" i areas ruined. I r ,.,.,.i. n,i nuittnn am h,M,f
I h' week W. .. H'Ml.ler, lor-
to g private car
OJ. I the three
ii which th'' auto-
r. Uarrinian ami
lay been awaiting
ent at Prim -
te last night.
n arrived at
. of ti
. i ilin I '.end
it Ian. i
Bvill. on in .
,im tan i aide trip
on thit trip
hat had not
en ho strin-
n in receiii
Olllll lloV. lie
on. . market
.sped will U'
t will leave
ra and the
the Slirve of
marly of Pendleton, took samp
0 .he! v . hei.i into Hums
from hi.- Earn at " i
iii what was formerly the heart
ol ih, .' m it." Thus is the
ion ot the pioneer
than the farmers of the East
and Middle V getting.
But thi is not so. The HU ROi
All through the
valla) at I he present titm line.
ers ar' receiving a biv' price for
their cuttle. The -lock rnisiliL'
TheEaal Oregonian araU rv
nmktnjmwtf A the ,MH,m,,. ,., th,
., wheal hclt -I Union and
Umatillacu. n ...,.. , , ,,,, ,,. t,.;1
by aetUen as unlit for wheat (..utli . kmi.n of ,,,,.
growing. S(,itei.o.n ikki sam ho
and the ihctum h'Tiunc ft
and unalteralilc. until finally
some diiriii) "itler Imill a cabin
and began growing crop
horn. ..rant I'outilv
The arid lands which are now
an "eye-so"'-" in many sections
of Iragon are daatfoad t" ie aet-
lled upon and made productive.
The gam lh. re The desert
hoi.i 1 1 . tar or
later the idle :ll Iw re
claimed. The mi of actual eat-
t lenient in eastern t iregon
now beginning, A the old aV
will multiply upon ihe desert.
wi stun i ii in t:n mis.
middle retting. At the
nl lime they are onl gi
ting from L' to I OfBtl I pound
for lh. ir beef. Tin- is utid to Ik-
More U.an half what it coeta
i he u to raise the stork.
in. iced under present
oli-lttl. ! oil! their -.t.ick
at a big loss or not market it at
all. Ami et the meat eaters m
Seattle. Tacit. a. I'.irtlunci and
other cities of the Pacific north
west ing unheard of pi
for tin- same beef m the mar-
i something wrong somewhere
w hell piiMlucers of cattle ill the
Worth waa( are only reeejvfof
half of what they are iay;!
: the MiriHiiwipii alle. and ct
Than ad place.- ti,, ,, baai
l.tl to St M'I ceht I r -
t and in the interior, where who comae n tar a wag that
00 fruit ,et appeared, ih pocketed i tw.i th. time
Pecans.- theii in when th.- fa
peat . il" farmer .. uhat tO at an unprofitable heart I-
l.e careless, lit much price, and the con.-unier buyi it
UHton. plac boi ever, that M-r- at a price that niaken meat a I
caution- thould ' kl urs in every household that
wild be or ajtWanai with actual wealth.
the infection of all nhipmei
ot inui ami nuu irees so mai MK H , ,N KVDFNCE
the Introduction of .linen ss will
iM. impos,ii.ie. ounee af pre- Th(. ai,lloula.t.mi.,lt lhat
vention is worth a pound oJ u..,i ,,.,. ...... H,lnvr takmm ,.,.
the Hill North Hank road and
placed on work on the OfOgM
Trunk road now befog graded up
the DeachuU 1 1
Ai a maetfoi of the public throat name light on the recent
ol board Wadaaaday gveafog vfoUofMr. Harriman Into thai
detinile decision was reached iv portion of the 'late and an
pjordfof the entiraeorpaof baaob apaattai of the Corvallis Hu&i-
for the coming year and em nurve
everything i-s non la roadfoaai Mr. Harnman w,.
for the opening o en invitation to visit thk place
Monday, rVof. L ' tajmaond haAaerfogtaothar paagafog i
will be principal and Mis.- Merle gageiiieni.- he had lo forego the
DaltOO waa elected as one of the pleasure until his next tlfo tothe
along ; assistant- who west. It is ne eriliele.-.- tegard-
inguieers are asked to have ner conimct can- n a- mgn meant that tie took tn.
ed. tin.. at Iea.sl a jwrtion of j
if the parly, Ever' .te.-, a iiiom tin HLate. lhat he will
rrnnan imys. intereeting a eaaf ul school work at lanat into thai tonttarj
anting trip year both in public and threatened bj Mr. Hil
rtorexpenae higl chool. Every availabk thought to be Should
Htu make Ml. House n, uurn.- ta ueeu reuieu im.s oe uone ii t., . nailer
Bplea.s;int ami and many other- are clamoring of a short time until the road
fate in being shown, for hounen to occup) during 'lie will I., , d through to a
winter, i; certainly shows we connection wuh the short Une
haw- a people who appreciate nntheeai
If ,,.i mi. .l in bell I
lentlnoK ,1 i ,,i in,. I
V11II4.V u..o(i,,i, .inrl oatnialinH his l. . I . r .1 ""f.l '.' f r lellt letlfwl'
' ,... n.,i , ,,.. ln contempiaiion inr , , . , , . ... , ,
friend- wh som- wounderf.,1 M.!tl,,inu, ,lllt w Z arrange Muim
catch.- he had made and recent fnr il aramr RKnuMU ...-., v .
I upon tin return of Mart Bren ... , .., ,i, i (;''" !1
'-"'.-.- OH'I till' I ll 1'M1' 111
tn and Bob George from a hunt- .,r tl d public another will for S;,l,'m xvh",' '"' y'" '"
ing trip to the Stems Mountain, , ,.,.. perhap before fy,. Jn the afoto fair and oM
sect i.m they were lavish in their vv. boma. He will be ebeenl fot
distnl.ution of ".l.rk" among Th-t' w ill he ih.. h.r '""' """' l,n'' ",i,v 1"",vr ''
then frieada. Mat Ugjpa'i illK the afternoon Ifpreaentar --,:""1'"1 Jrad trottini hoi
lish story was tken without rangements an carried oat A
much ipiestion but some of th. haraeai raat with aaaal larl Mw taa Howard, fbrmarl)
old timers who vara traalad to ,,f n. , ,,u. -. f lanxon til. her hu-bau.l
.Matt- .lerk" shook then-head- ,,, ,, t ),.- li;it k ing the Hrs! elective h. nil ol
and were notic.Ml lo .K'casionalK ;t. entries. This nice will be I Grant County, at the MV
1 ll"' meat. balf M,j,, heats two in three and Joaauln Milk r aaa oount) ud
i. mi' Paul wa m the other i,,.,,,,,,,,,. t,, i .,. md Mi Robinaon, fori
day and the laeral hi eat He t ti. .lent ..f Mi v. n n
h pond at home iqualt) matched ' Mine Ml
wuh ti-h and the wily aaaeMor j Mlter than :i ". minut. Springs for the ;,., i I w ..
didn't do a thing bill take ftt middle ! half Both k.di. now I D
nthepoad. Hat had all untried saddle jney. Theyexpeci t alth
ion 10 msh otieoi nissneepcaniis horses, to U id.cn with sl.sk , Inenils in Hie va'ley Im-.
cining over and found ...i.n,. aithoutehaagaof weight
the h.id.r in line wrath. It r ni,., - , jnl,.n(.
1 ' bin and Bob the b. .. th. v eOBH m
"i iii" ounp inn., the mm he and no
t.ra line big mutton had 1(irs,.s ss M. ejewod. Mi
been killed and ax i de parae will betJDand no eatranea
sire t, taa, He wa .n V,. ,i , ln, ,,, , i,
Vited tO help himself 1. 11.1 t lie ,
'' dldaM ,iere
WW. '" taa I" Will Ileal lea l I ROT I
feared that if the n ighl hnnl n ,. ,,l( u,n M.
a in that icinily long 11M
he would haw to quit hi-j.. A ,.,,,.,, nm !,,,.,
i I., liitni.-h another Mock ..-n i.- - t. i. :n .
" "' ""I wmmm mm ft, eel-
i and will Ih- pulled oil
ih,- atne all. i noon, Thi race
will he one worth looking at an
the boreai have aametad hi
I.-., the Poor Indian, or rather and each have some ei
I ih. in. w.-re broaghl in I
from Silvies last win-k by Win. I ..mk Cole'l la.mg stallion.
I wh,. caught lh. in in the .ii..ld U. ; . ill make an .v
act of killit.e. deal without Ii- hihiiion. II, hi ,,,i,ue favor
aivaa i with the grand tand and
iagaad line in. p.-.. I. m.le- will make ln,, t,,,,, U,.,
fault of payment of arhiehtho) ai hibitfon.
w.re lodged in jail. Chief LoUM ..,, ,,,n prioi
pon 'phoaadDr, Maradaa will i.. Indlvi
i I or,- -traight. ,hial who t.a. through the
and ..!' iiownthat nata n ..nip"
hand hail obtained om wiIMh-ui
licenae with me undersUndiiig lMt,.,
thai it would be g.xxl for the .,, , ur,; v II Is
four ..f them Whereupon the en enjoyable f Iat Lent Stir
line- were remit!..! and the,.laU. ilence and nothing
bla.ik.'U-d brave- jfiven gwid doing l.wrbo.l
Big Reductions in Prices
to t.'.lit. our st.H'W of
Summer Dress (roods
New Line of Sonmn Skirt njunt in
hi. ... i . . i i
i ..me si'iumi ine noie nirency ior inr mmmm
left Wnlnt dn I g 4 mi 4 urnrivi it mn iarn
I VKII VK1 IMJAIIIllIXIf
If ou want
e run Supply .011
N. BROWN & SONS
hcep foi him to herd.
10 S IN TKtHBLF.
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. 1 1 VOKUTI.N
J. W. BROWN & SON
Contractors and Builders
Cnll mid ai liatlnintca, I'lnne mid lrke. If
Mm haw- rk In our line
,,,,,,. . - 1 , . - . 1 i ' ' . 1. ' '1
Ml li:i Mi
nit! nn. I heeiinc It
lendi "f ii.- I I III vi
Ii (', i, in.'l ,
ln at 1 mm "i r 1
Ing ,,. ti, - uinleg ill .
I., the mil ' the 1
1 1 .
1 ti Mo ., 1 1
.iii. .ai I. 1 1 11,. ii- 1
..no.' " I ' t Ii. .
I I . . . I will, Mr I II I
r luviiig .
I lie I .ln. .1 prull
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MaiiiI'I s A 1 . 1 .
THE BREWERY SALOON
Ith. al lli
. I.. .1.1 liiiiv . ialogara ainl ll
mm:. 1 tu .lrii. In malt I ) .ailii wleMB al KfltJM
j BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
WINta, LIQUORS, OIOAR8
Ii it it .. iin-li r tin' iniiatfiiitil
Your Patronage 8oMcited.
j BARNEY Vtll.iy BBEWINC COaTlll
T. E. Jenkins, Manager
.' I I.. 111. ike the
MKAI ANU PIKM1NAI
J. '. I I. email u nm his
J. A. Maddux whs u l.n.-in. ...-
lkd. His talk
led lhat he
as to the ra
the advantage ol good icnoola
)it Monday or
Maaad in his
OT two dass.
o south about
to durniR the
Curds an 0111 aniioiineinu the
ilies of inter- IKU li;iv,. ,,f oiu,- Alu.-. dauifh-
,M.. and Mis. C. P. Ruth
erford, 10 Mr l.Kwcllyn Faus
at Portland Auguet 2H. The
brklt i). 1- nan Wandain Hunt-
inirlon where she has lived for
asserted by I
with tluiOaagan Tranklinetaat
ad from .ad a.-.
the) hav. Hniahed thai
hutea river will be lined
ll it nall. 1.. :. fact that Hill is
shh .1 on their way. (Irant Conn
m. 1 faaag v Faakaav
wboae advert isiiment apiearM in
The Examiner, have .hanged
ad. with offices in
i.w and Hun -ad of
I'.urti-. alone, which indicates
thai llii'M' eenllemeli have imii-
ed an office in A""1,
will i.keiy b. m b) Mi ,'"",, '" ""' 'iy.
Vouiik. while Mr. Faulkner lakes .ni.i i.rilbi. was ainoi.R the
.an af th"' I 1 ., . , ..
met. aie ai.l Hicient during th
in their profession. Iakeviev . . w ,. .. , ...
' ol 1 be Vale-
IJurn.i Mlatfe line waa in the at)
,. e ,. .., v 1 , a few ilayii thin week looking
Prof. 1. VV. oder prineiial ,, . ,,
alt.-. I. I I ,
of the Han inly linh
Behool at Hums, paaaed through H. A d laiiul.
town Thursday niKht of last '.rani were in from
weak on his way to hi work the W
1 .nl the summer in the val- day t I on Ian.!
Ie, his old home, and attended
invention at Sal
em, Wlllcn lie pi
held In the utat. ,,
I'ioI 1 udei is a bi man in e.i
I' ... ,M
ingiog 1 he Harnev "-" ''
eou.it hii .1 into froii
ranks of higher ...sin of Xh" ,,li,tt41 ' A4mQ"?M
learning. Incident aould " "",""-
lik. lose, a county high achoi all tree, aar-
, . . . r o.tr.l true to na u. 1
county. Grant Count
. blaa ' .'. I'i
gala Hi") H si.
MEWLS AT ALU HOURS
Bakery in eonnautixri
A Seuiillj (Mmrl 8rir
fable fan lliliK
tl, iimik. I
,!n it,-. I
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
1 a vn, raariahaa.
Brim:, - Oregon.
lLI'zo Xlo Ho4xd.q.iartoxaa.
Wi lei Liquors and Cigars.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
Club Rooiflf in Connection.
tllia pla. e and I lo.ible
Uul I .
Rffl&w 'tn ;.a "
ill. Ifbll ' '
a .1 ui .I...
j. ltVLNtAKH iuwi, w. 1
eg iV dmtkmmmmm p
I -mmmr. ' agw
I. L LEWIS
ft ill he (11 i fareita
I aojfoai aaarlag
the past foiu having mteresteU in that mad and IB-
taught one tarn of lehool here, kaada invading aaatcal Oregon
.. .,..,,,, m iMioular vuunir we may expect much activii.v in
....... .- - , , .. o -
irrigation mftn Qf j Grande. They will railroad building at onoe and it
10 "' '" be at home in La (irande after will mean two roads for neither
Mnber 10. vj.,,,,,,,,,1,.., 10, h Huiitimrton are quitters. The Harriman in-
Herald. uiests fiave some advantage so
pger lin. Inn- ii a& me uescuuies seviioii uo
Jobprinting TheTimea-Herald "a' Corvallia &
Hagey called up friends
ihe phone in thus city from
. Hav We.ine.sd,, ing
and stated that with the ex
lion of the Pun 1 boi.ses all the
re participating la the John
Day program will come here for ;
fair week. With the horses now
in sight this will make a tin.
string and insure agajg of thei
best speed events ever pulled off
in the interior.
Dell Dibble came over from his I
Silver Creek home last Satunl.
ST. FJkANCIS ACADEMY
Hoarding and lay School
Con Jul UJ l llwr Sislem ol SI. I raiici
BA10SW CUV, ORBQON
'ii. 1. iii.nuiu,.., .,11, 1. pui-iiiiitr eiraaUaw '" '"": I ;' '"
. . .1 .0. I nlo.cil , l.i.l.u. ll.... 1. k.
II br-iu, l,' buluutilug tu ttiuruugl. Kugll.l, uJu.itll.il,, '
(Ml i.uuu. violin, gmltti, l.ai.i,-, .tn. I umi.tluliii . ll.ti Uiigiugur j ..luting
in ill, iiwtt:l, us), 1 ...!.i., uu4 iiyn ; all kui.U ui pUiu UM " "'
mciiitl iiiwiuii,.ik , thortkmd, iiM.riiiij)$ aini bookkntplatf.
Ho), unilur twelve ytmn u( g mm ItJuiilUxl
siuilii n Mill tm rvmiin, ,1 fUBnUj 1UU7.
or parlLuUri cuJ lor prupc.tu or apply t (be A.at.n
The Burns Flouring Mill j
J I 1 STURTBVANT, Propt.
vim, 1 in i.n 111 inn nnt Kill ?
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i,u mul of
ill) to HUftpiy the 1,, tint:
" lOO mttr.s i)i hf(iii utiijj
HOUR, ROLLED BARLEY, CHOP, AND
Alt Kiuds of Mill Fed always ou Maud
1111 m nitatii MAkki 1 ma vm m mm mum iiur
CUSTOM WORK DONE
fru4 QaaJ lAlhAat fnr AaIa !